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Ths Marietta Leader
UAILY AND VEEK1.X.)
ffljn LEADER PUBLISHING CO. .
II. V. BPEELMAN,
EDITOR.
Telephone - -
No. 3.
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SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1901.
Subscription Rates for Dally.
Delivered by cnrrlcr, tenocnts per neck
or 85.00 per yenr if paid In niHnnec, lJy
mall Innlde Washington county, 84.00 per
year. Hf mnll auUltle Washington connty
S1.C0 per yenr, wet
TO SUI1SCKII1EI15.
We will consider It n KTcnt fnvorif guD.
tcribcra will report any fnllure to get tlieli
tender, or any cnrclene on the part of
the carrier.
Subscribers will please not pay the car.
rlerannless the carrier punches his credit
tag In subscriber's presence.
The Dnlly Lender is on sale nt the fol
lowing places I
Marietta East bide.
Qntes' Hook Store 18!) Tront St
Scott Ward 331 Putnam St.
Merchants' Delivery Co Tiber May,
Union Depot News Stand,
A
Marietta West Side.
, It, Buchanan's, Cor, Maple and Uilmnn
Republican ticket.
For Governor.
GEORGE K. NASH, of Franklin.
For Lieutenant Governor,
. CARL L. NIPPERT, of Hamilton.
For Supreme Judge,
JAMES L. PRICE, of Allen.
For Attorney General,
JOHN M. SHEETS, of Putnam.
For Clerk of Supreme Court,
LAWS0N E. EMERSON, of Belmont
For State Treasurer,
ISAAx"" B. CAMERON, of Columbiana.
For Member Board of Public Works,
W. G. JOHNSON, of Summit.
DISTRICT.
State Senator,
DAVItl H. MOORE, of Athens.
Common Pleas Judge,
J. M. WOOD, of Athens.
COUNTY.
Representative,
C. C. MIDDLESWART.
Clerk of Courts,
ORLANDO TROTTER.
Treasurer,
F. F. DANA.
5 Commissioner,
j L. J. CUTTER.
Infirmary Director,
R. E. HULL,
r ' Surveyor,
ARTHUR COLE.
Coroner, "
DR. J. B. McCLURE.
Two thousand words were employed
by the Ohio Democrats in saying
NOTHING.
The quietude of Wolferfs Roost has
at last been broken David Bennett
Hill's smile was both loud and long.
to'
A New York hospital interne lost his
job because he kissed a pretty nurse.
His taste was good, but his judgment
bad. i .-
fiank Monnett sold his political
hlrthrlght for a mess of mighty poor
pottage, but up to date ho has failed to
cu'kcl even that.
Another thousand of horses wer ship
ped from New Orleans Saturday, bound
for the Boer war. England's South Af
rican headquarters are still In the sad
dle. Zion Dowie expects to receive $15,
000,000 from leases of lots in his Zion
City. It is evident that his love for the
prophets is not confined to the minor
profits.
It is a question whether Porto Rico
is as anxious for free tiade with the
United States as sho is for that ?2,000,
000 belonging to her now in Uncle
Sam's treasury.
Tho Vienna Post is agitating the
much-discussed European leagup
against American Importations. The
Post should wait for the latest Euro
pean crop reports.
General Gomez may have had his
doubts about the sincerity of the Am
erican people before he came to this
country, but ho has none now if we
may believe what he says.
It may bo true that all that appears
In the dally newspapers about tho big
men ot,l"hls cduntry has foundation in
fact, but wo are under tho impression
that much they read about themselves
is rather startling news to therri.
Morgan's Purchase.
By Associated Press.
Valparlso, Chill, July IS. J.- Pier
pont Morgan bought the Chilean sec
tion of the Trans-Andean railroad for
ninety thousand pounds sterling.
Draft From Pat Crowe.
By Associated Press.
St. Joseph, Mo., July 13. A. W.
Brewster, an attorney of this city, re
ceived a draft for $250 sent hlra hy
"Pat" Crowe, from Johannesburg.
South Africa. Tho amount sent to the
attorney was to pay an attorney fee
Crpwo had been owing for a number of
years. Crowe's name is connected by
allegation with tho kidnapping of the
young son of Edward Cudahy.the pack
er.
Entered Detroit.
By Associated Press.
Toledo, O., July 13. The Pennsyl
vania Line has finally secured an en
trance to Detroit find within 30 days
Pennsylvania trains will be running in
to that city from Toledo. Mileage ar
rangements will be effected between the
Pennsylvania and the Vanderbilts
whereby the Pennsylvania is to use
the Michigan Central tracks from the
Michigan state line to Detroit and also
to the Detroit terminals of the Michi
gan Central.
Motor Paced Race.
By Associated Press.
New Yoik, July 13. In the motor
paced race of an hour's duration on the
Manhattan Beach" cycle track this af
ternoon, Harry Elkes easily defeated
"Bobby" Walthour, Jimmy Michael and
two other competitors in the race. At
the finish Elkes led by three and a half
laps. Walthour took second honor by
three feet from Michaels.
Victory at Last.
.. Fprjten long yea.o I was a sufferer
wrcnJtianey ayspepsia ana rneuma
tism disease. I treated with many Co
lumbus doctors; took patent medicine.
No results whatever until I discovered
and took ONE bottle of DENN'S
SURE, SAFE and SPEEDY CURE. In
three days I threw aown my crutches.
Ordinary cases cured in one day.
Only 25 and 75 ceDts at A. J. Rich
vds and W. H. Styi Sample fre
ELECTED OFFICERS
Did the Trades aud Labor Assembly at a
Large Meeting.
The Marietta Trades and Labor As
sembly hald a long meeting on Friday
night and .besides transacting much
other important business, elected of
ficers. The attendance was large.
Several of the old officers who were re
elected found It ncessary to dcllne ow
ing to thler time being taken up by
other work.v The following officers
were elected: -
President A. Metcalf.
Vice President F. G. Henry.
General Secretary J. T. Jones.
Recording Secretary F. C. Gorrel.
Treasurer Robert Fisher.
Guide C. A. Dole.
Guardian F. Weisenhal.
Trustees P. Willis, J. B. Seevers,
A. Klein.
The retiring offhers are:
President J. B. Seevers.
Vice President F. W. Custer.
General Secretary J. L. Toller.
Treasurer W. H. Wagner.
Guide Robert Lawless.
Guardian Fred Schllcher.
Trustees-rFrank Henry, Edward
Bowel's, Robert Fisher.
Summer Coughs.
The best results are found by those
who use Bunsen's Pine Tar Cough
Honey. One dose gives ease and rest.
This is a new dlscoery and the only
Cough remedy sold on a positive guar
anteeNo Cure, No Pay. Price 25 and
50 cents.
For sale by the Klrby Di ug Company.
(C)
Common Pleas Court-
Wm. Welstock has filed a suit for
damage against the Marietta Transfer
Co. He was an employe of the comp
any and alleges carelessness on the
part of the company as the cause of an
accident last winter, from which he is
still buffeting. He estimates his dam
age and medical attendance at $0,008.75
Jas. S. Claik has brought double ac
tion against Jos. II. Riggs. The first
Is non-fulfillment of contract, tho sec
ond for damages. Plaintiff bought 273
barrels of apples from defendant. The
apples were not as they wcro repre
sented to be, bo he claims, and the
plaintiff also prays for $200 damages.
Caroline Kellner et al vs. The City
Council, for a temporary restraining
injunction and to keep the health au
thorities from building a permanent
pest'houso on stone quarry lot and
from enlarging tho tent and carelessly
throwing bath water. The injunction
was granted, except that some ceitaln
Inmates of tho pest tent should remain
unll cured.
Geo. W. Davis has filed suit against
Leroy Hfll for tWQ damages because
Hill Is said to havo said, "You stole a
sheep from Jas. Runklcs and'ate it."
They Work White You Sleep.
While your mind and body rest Cas
carets Candy Cathartic repair your
digestion, your liver, your bowels,
put them in perfect order. Genuine
tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold
in bulk. All druggists, ioc
PATRiOTfC PIGNfC
To be
Given
a) Buckeye-Eureka Park,
July 18th.
Arningements arc about completed
for the Patriotic Picnic to be given at
Buckeye-Eureka Park by Dawes Camp
Sons of Veterans next Thursday, July
ISth.
The steadier Sonoma will make three
trips and will lcavevtho wharf at nlno
o'clock a. m. and nt one nnd six o'clock
p. m. Fare for round trip, 25 cents,
Including admission. Refreshments on
the grounds. Everybody iuvlted.
PROGRAM.
10:00 a. m. Sabre contest nnd drill.
10:30 a. m. Potato and sack races.
11:00 a. m. Glove contest between
Capt. J. C. Beach nnd Lieut. James
McKenna.
12:00 o'clock Ball game Sons of Vet
erans ersus Company B., O N. G.
4:00 p. m. Ball game Marietta ver
sus Sand Hill.
0:00 p. m. Glove contest between
members of Company B.
Dancing from 4 till 10 p. m.
Good music all day.
Steamer on return trips will leave
park at 7 and 10 p. m.
Educate Vonr Bowels With Cascaretf.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever.
10c,E5c. JI C. c. C. fall, drupgistsrefuna money.
Run on a Bank.
By Associated Press.
Peru, Ind., July 13. The excitement
has somewhat 'abated in the runs, on
the Loan and Savings Institution.
Twenty thousand dollars was paid out
up to 2 o'clock and the Institution real
ized upon collateral to the amount of
$50,000, which gave assurance that it
was meeting all demands. The crush
was so great that many women In the
line fainted.
Water melons on ice at the Flag Gro
ceries. Home grown potatoes 20c, 25c.
and 30 cents a peck.
River News.
The l h er continues falling slowly at
this point. The large packets are still
running but it is doubtful if they can
pass farther up the river than Wheel
ing. Today's boats are: Virginia for Cin
cinnati, 4 p. m. Lorena for Zanesvllle,
12 noon.
The Pa-Zi Laundry calls for and de
livers family washings 'onFairview
Heights, Norwood and Wllllainstown.
Give us a trial.
Must be strong and neverffiave a.lam
Sack DR. RANKIN'S4KIDNBY TAB
LETS stop the pain at once and cure
permanently. Sold hy,,BeagIp & Ly
tic and A. J. Richards'; druggists, Mari
etta. Ohio -?
MARIETTA,
ONE WAV O s',
Monday, July 22nd.
I Have a
Straightforward
Proposition
to make every man, woman
and child in this community :
Do you want to see a First-
Class Big Show for a small
sum oi money? K so do
not fail to be on hand show
day to s,ee the W. H. Harris'
World's Famous NickeH
Plate Shows. I will give
you more lor your money
than all other shows,
J
vm-v-v WVVVV
About the Cost of the Lot
Is the price wo have on about twenty
houses In Marietta. They aro special
Values and won't last long. Modern
houses sold on easy terms, and no mat
ter how warm the weather, we havo
time to show tho prospective purchas
ers what they have been looking for.
This is the best possible timo of the
year to Invest In Marietta real estate,
and wo can always And time to trea,
you right. Remember the name.
TIEIIEi
Marietta Real Estate Exciiange,
City BlMtrls mil., Froat'Je njtlar Stf.
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! AS USUAL I
' .'
j After the 4th of July we have sorted up our stock and are now ready to give $
our customers REAL BARGAINS. We have many lots of. one, two and three
4 suits of akihd that we are going to CLOSE OUT, some at half price and air at
t greatly reduced prices. ' ' :
If you are a big man or a little man and "want a Coat and Vest come and see $
4 us. We have an unusually large stock of Men's Shirts. We make 'special prices
on them. Straw Hats and Linen Suits less than half price. . , r, t
$ Just drop in, please, and see if we haven't something you can use at a very $-
little price.
S. XL. VAN METRE & CO.
. ITS.,
FOUNDATION
This Bank has a paid up
Capital of $100,000; It also
has a Surplus Fund of $ J 0,500;
Then in addition to all this, it
has a body of Stockholders
whose individual liability
amounts to $100,000 more.
GERMM NATIONAL BANK,
MARIETTA. OHIO.
: NOVELTIES :
IN SHOES,
are
Next
Theis Shoe Co.,
Putnam Street.
DON'T through the 'phone, or
TALK press tho button expect-
BACK nig the bell to ring, or o
to sleep feeling securo from burglars un
less you know the
Electrical Apparatus
is in perfect working order.
If it isn't send word hero and an
Experienced Electrician
supplied with tho best material, will ru
spond nnd quickly miiko all necessary
repairs. No! Charges are not high.
Elcctrio and blasting supplies. Phones,
399, No. l01 Putnam street.
, Danger in Delay.
Don't delay when tho first symptoms
of Kidney troubles appear. Ask your
druggist for a box of DeBelPs Kidney
Pills, prepared expressly for all kidney
troubles such as Lumbago, Backache
and all urinary troubles. A week's
trial will oftimes euro mild cases. Take
a box or two and your kidney trouble
will disappear. Sold on a posltivo guar
anteeNo Cure, No Pay. Price 25
cents per box.
For sale by the Klrby Drug Company.
(C)
Shamrock II Won,
By Associated Press.
Ilathesay, Firth of Clyde, July 13.
Shamrock 11 won the raco today and
finished six 'minutes before tho old
boat. .... , .. .i.LfiLiJiiJfMi,
Just received, aud the
beauties.
Will jou look at them?
to Otto BroF.
The Morse Electric Belt, Nature's Vitalizer, builds up and strengthens, relieves
and cures Rheumatism, Paralysis Liver, Kidney, Lame Back, Constipation,
Stomach and all Nervous Diseases. .MMK
Three sizes, $3.00, 85.00, $7.00. As good as the. test none better. ,QMB
.A., jr. ie,IOEE.IDS, PHARMACIST.
Opposite Hellevue Hotel, Front street. .
HOW TO KEEP COOL.
Buy a gas range? Yes if you get a "Jewell" such as we sell makes
less heat, less grease, less work than any range on the market. i
Next get one of our tile lined refrigerators large 6tock to select
from at the general hardware store of
J". SEYLER & BRO,
158 and 160 Front Street.
w We are now located in our private dental parlors
feat BeUevue hotel where we will remain during the
construotyon of the new First National Bank Build
'sing. As heretofore we will spare no pains or expense
Ij&to please our patients and give them high class
dentistry at reasonable prices.
After the new bank building is completed we
jwill again be in our old location with ope or the
j?best equipped and finest Dental Offices in Ohio.
4iWe kindly ask our friends to assist in announcing
this change. Remember all our vork guaranteed.
OHIO DENTAL CO.,
$fa Both Phones. J. P. EECKER, D. D. S., Mgr.
S Hours 8 a. m. to 8.00 p,
:& Reception Room, Hotel Parlor,
Iron Frame Eccentric Pumps Powers
... arxk
Strong and Easy Running.
Ajax Iron Sucker Rods, Wooden Sucker Rods. Iron Pull or Sur
face Rods and Shackle Work of Every Description, Jor TumSur
Weils. Write for prices. ping
OIL WELL SUPPLY CO.
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