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The Marietta Leader.
DAILY AMD WEEKLY.)
tTHB LEADER. PUBLISHING CO.
4 Babscriptton Ratetyfor Daily.
5B "! 1.
Dellvereilfcjr-cnrrler, tan cent pr week,'
or 85.00 per year If pnld In mVvmico. IJjr
mnll Innlclo Washington county, 8 1 00 per
year, jilv mall outside Wnslitngton county
B I. CO per year, L.u
(Te trttl consider It a great favor If uD
acrlbers "will report any failure (o get their
tender, or any cnrelessircss on tho part of
Subscribers will pleaiie not pay the car.
rtera unless the carrier punches his credit
tag In Mibscrther'a presence.
The Unlly Lender in on sale at tho fol
1 owing places i
Gates' Hook Store IROProntSt
Scott & Ward 831 l'titnntnbt.
Merchants' Delivery Co Tiber Way.
Union Depot News fetnnd,
. Marietta West Side.
C. 11. UnchanniPs, Cor, Maple and Ufrmnn
i 'For Governor,
I , GEORGE K. NASH, of Frenklbi.
, For Lieutenant Governor,
CARL L. NIPPERT, of Hamilton.
', 'For Supremo Judge,
JAMES L. PRICE, of Allen.
For Attorney General,
' JOHN M. SHEETS, of Putnam.
For 'Clerk of Supreme Court,
LAWSON E. EMERSON, of Bolmont,
For State Treasurer,
.ISAAC B. CAMERON, of Columbiana.
For Momuer Board of Public Works,
IW. 3. JOHNSON, of Summit.
DAVID H. MOORE, of Athens.
Common Pleas Judge,
J. M. WOOD, of Athens.
C. C. MIDDLESWART.
'- Clerk of Courts,
i ORLANDO TROTTER.
F. F. DANA.
L. J. CUTTER.
R. E. HULL.
DR. J. B. McCLURE.
As Chairman of the Oem&cratlc State Ex
' , ecotlrO'Commilleo.
The Democratic 'State Central Com
mittee met at Columbus and organized
by olectlng W. J. Frye, of Flndlay,
.Chalrmafa; Harry (PftyerJ of Clevoland,
Secretary; Lewis ,fJ. Bernard, of Cln
Tho following jt(llctf2ecutlvo Com
mittee was selected':
M. A. Dougherty, Lancaster, Chair
W. L. Flnley, Kenton.
TC D. Crltes, Lima.
j. W. Stage, Cleveland.
Lewis G. Bernard, Cincinnati.
Negly D". Cochran, Toledo.
G. A. Saltzgaber, Van Wort.
Volney J. Dalil, Washington C. H.
W. H. WHl'f ms, Columbus.
E. A. Rowley, Norwalk.
John J. Molter, Sandusky.
It Is thought that Judge Ditty, of
Hillsboro, will be made Secretary, and
W. H. Williams, of Columbus, Treas
urer of tho Committee.
Ethel Bell "Burr.
The infant child of Mr. and "Mrs
George Burr died at the home of Its par
eats Sunday. The funeral will "be "held
Tuesday morning at nine o'clock Irom
tholiouso, No, 124 Musklnpum street.
J. Curtis Edmonds,
Mr. J. Curtis Edmonds died at hi3
home, 109 Maple street, Monday after
noon at 3:30 p. m. after -a sickness of
nearly .two years with consumption.
He was born at BloomfielU, O., in
1869, and was In his thirty-second j ear.
Ho leaves besides his iwlfe .and two
two children to mourn Jils loss aifath
er, brother and sister. He was well
known in the city and had many
friends. The funeral services will be
held at the house "Wednesday nftei
noonat 2 p. m. and burial will be
made In Oak Grove.
Uy Associated Press.
Eldorado, Kan., July 22. Se en wo
men, headed by Airs. M. T. Groer,
president of the local W. C. T. U., en
tered a "joint" run by Busch In a tent
in the center of the town. They de
molished the bottled beer and took sam
ples of the liquor do .the sheriff, who
later ordered the 'ijolntlsts" to quit.
Five hundred people had gathered. The
"Jointlst" In another part of the town
loaded his stock into a wagon and disappeared.
Victim is Claimed by tiie 'Ohio
Another lite Is claimed by the Mud
dy waters of tho Ohio river. Thomas
Roberts, accompanied by Mrs. McGoV
crn and children started out with two
Johnboats to get some coal from a
barge that had been sunk just below
the mouth of Big Run. Ho had gotten
his coal and started back. When about
to tho mouth of Big Run his boat began
He cut McGovern's boat loose
and then started for the Ohio shore,
thinking lie could make it before the
boat went down. When within about
75 yards of tho Argand landing his boat
sank. He, being a good swimmer, start
ed for shore, but could not make irand
went down before help could reach
him. Efforts wcro at once made to re
cover his body. Three shots of dyna
mite were put off, but to no avail and
nt tho hour of.golng to press his body
liad not been found. i
Ho was an employe of tho Marietta
Stone Co. at Mile Run and a single
man about 25 years of age. The de
ceased leaves besides his parents, six
brothers and. two sisters, who reside at
"Witlriid NOW for your Fall Suit and Overcoat. Our samples are Iiere for
custom workand also'Hart, Schaffner k Marx's ''Best in tlie World1' ready
made. If you need anything for present use in suits, odd pant,s, 3hir,tj5,or any
thing else in our line, you can buy them from u$ this month at, lpjpej; cejnfc.
less than in any other house in this city. ' ' ' '
We are selling Children's Suits at less than cost to manufacture.
S. R. VAN METRE & CO.
Mrs. Kruger Biried.
By Associated Press.
Pretoria, July 21 Mrs. Kruger, wife
of former President Kruger, was buried
here this afternoon.
KRUGER DEPRESSES. "'
By Associated Press.
Amsterdam, July 22. Former Presi
dent Kruger Is very much depressed
over the death of his wife, lint Ms
health is unaffected.
"Cleveland and Bryan are huth "has
"beens," but Bryan thinks it pretty
bard that he Is also a "never-wuzzer."
"Whatever may be said of Mnclay or
nnjboqy else the fact remains that Ad
miral Schley was the real hero of Santiago.
Merely because Senator Hanna spent
an liouii-m the President's stables the
other cluy is no evidence that he is be
ing groomed for 1904.
Andicv Carnegie has offeied Ports
mouth S&J.OOO for a free library build
ing, contingent upon the city providing
a site ana pledging Itself to maintain
tho Hbraiy nt a C03t of not less than
$3,CU() a jtsr.
By Associated Press. '
-Kort Sill, O. T, July 22. Great dis
order and distress wll lfollow the Kio
wa-Comanche opening August 6. Fully
150jM)0 people ano registered for a
chance to secure ono of the 13,000
claims to be awarded by lottery when
the registration booths close July 26.
Thousands are new on the reservation
who are neither tnodhanics nor artis-
lans and have little or no money, and
announce their Intention of .locating
around Dawson if they ifail tiD win a
Makers Demand Less Hours
By Associated Press. , ,
New York, July 22. It wis announc
ed at the Garment Makers', strikers'
headquarters today that 67,000 men.and
women arc now on fit strike In ftew
York, Brooklyn, Brownsville and New
ark. The demands of the striker.are
that they work no longer -than 5;D,hours
a week and receive thirty per cent in
crease In wages. There -was .consider
able disorder during the afternoon.gen
erally as a resnlt,f4hefforts.af strik
ers to Induce workers 1o quit ..
Of Oxfords and' Slipper
cost. Some beauties left.
Theis Shoe Co.,
r It'.1 '
The policy of this Bank
is to conduct its business
along the most conservative
lines; to restrict its opera
tions to Jffutimate enter
prises; to eliminate all
speculative venture. :: :: ::
?The Morso Electric Belt, Nature's Vitalizer, builds up and'strongthous.rrolibvea
ana cures Rhoumntism, Paralysis Liver, Kidney, Lame Back, Constipation,.
mir . uu " -Nervous uiseases.
Three sizes, 83.00, 85.00, $7.00. As good ns the best-none better.
-A.. CT. BIOHAE,DS PHARMACIST.
Opposite Bellevuo Hotel, Front street.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK
Proves to be an Indiana ftook
The Louisville Courier-Journal sayfl
that the protective tariff has been used
as an Instrument with which to jolly
the farmer. And the place where the
jolly has taken particular effect is in
the farmer's Lank account.
According to tho news lepoits the
Ellis Glen case at Parkersburg is draw
ing to a closo, and thopeople are thank
ful for It. The affair has giown to be
exceeding tiresome, although some--what
Interesting, and tho public will be
filad to know'as to whether the defend
,ant is "he." "she," or "it."
Hon. I, W. EllenuoQd, Grat.J Chiin
collor of Ohio Knights of Pjthlas tells
the Leader that tho semi-anmnl re
ports cf 'iOi o&the 720 Lodgei, '.hus far
received, i-how a gain in memboishlp
of eighteen hundred as compared with,
The Ou't Is in a flourishing ron'll
iion, tha membership In Ohio now num.
herlng In tl.e neighborhood of f-lxt-five
rJk - V
Happened to Fred WfMeIN at Put-In-Bay
Mr. Fred Wendelken left Friday foi
Cleveland In good health. Yesterday
lis parents received a mpssage Baying
that ho was Injured In a swing at Putin-Bay.
It was learned later that ha
.was Injured so that his legs were par
alyzed, and that an operation might be
necessary to restore them to their use
Mrs. Wendelken JeffJFriday for Cleve
landwberehe.lies in sihoepital. " '
By Associated Press.
Goshen, ltrtl., July 22. Irene (Can
ning, supposed heiress to $200,OBD, is
no longer a mystery. She was identifi
ed today as Kate Kanning, a young
book agent of East Barre, Vermont,
where her parents reside. She Jeft
East Barre last winter. When asked
today If her name was Kate she broke
donjj and went into lijsterks.
Naval History Discuss by
Changes May be Made in Army
By Associated Press
Manila, July 22. Tho conference be
tween Adjutant General Corbln and
General Chaffee will probably result in
radical economical and administrative
reforms in army occupation. It is es
timated that tho total cost of main
taining tho American array in tho Phil
ippines can bb reduced by sixty percent
in cost in one year. Tho principal
chango will bo a reduction in tho pres
ent force of between 20,000 and 30,000
men. Tho abolishment of tho present
army districts is contemplated and
three brigades with permanent head
quarters at Manila, Dagupan and Hol
lo or Cebu will he Instituted in their
stead. Troops will be concentrated at
tho three points selected, abandoning
all minor posts. These changes will re
sult in enormous savings In the trans
portation of supplies and the paying of
rental for barracks for soldiers.
By Associated Press.
Boston, July 22. Referring to .Mac
lay's naval history, Rear Admiral
Sampson in an interview today, bald
"In one way, possibly, am I responsible
for statements made in the hlstoiy. I
was commanden in chief of tho squad
ron and responsible so far as reading
proofs goes. If the lilstorian hab tak
en facts from my ofucial reports to the
navy department, that is all well and
good. I stand by my first lepoife and
official communications. I would wel
como an investigation of this whole
matter by congress or by the na y de
partment," he bald, "but I bee no hope
of its being taken up."
"Schley's first statement regaidin"
tho battle of Santiago," continued tho
Admiral, "is moderately conect. In
terviews given out some time after
waids are not at all conect. They are
entirely different from his first ac
counts and were written In a different
HOW TO KEEP COOL.
Buy a gas range? Yes if you get a "Jew ell" such as wo sell make's
less heat, less grease, less work than any range on the market.
Next get one of our tilo lined refrigerators large stock to select:
from at the general hardware store of
J. 8EYLER &c BRO.
158 and 160 Front Street.
We are now located in our private dental parlors $k
at Bellevue hotel where we will remain durinp the
construction of the new First National Bank BuH3T "W '
inB- -Ab heretofore we will spare no pains or expense fc
to please our, patients and give them liigh class M.
dentistry at reasonable prices. j
k. After the new babk building is completed we ff
pvill again bo in our old location with one or tile
best equipped and finest Dental Offices in Ohio,
fe klndly ask our friends to assist in announcing"
Pthis change. Remember all our vork guaranteed'. $k
amo DEicrTA.i, co,l
5ks Both Phones. .t.P.PRnirm? n r o r ilfc
. .., . jj, 0 ,gr, j-k-
DESIGN AND QUALITY
Prieo right, too.' And whore wo do tho
work of putting in or
bolls, wires, (etc.) there'll bo no fault to
find with that. Workmen nro rot ex-
perimentnhstfi but competent nnu skill
iul. Know what to do, how io do it
and have tho material to do it with.
Get estimates -before placing orders
elsewhere. We can quote low figures.
Hours 8 a. m. to 8.00 p. m., except Sunday.
$gW reception Itoom, Hotel Parlor. Lady in attendance.
Iron Frame Eccentric Pimpi Fores.
Electric and blasting bupphea. Phones,
339, No. 101 j Putnam street.
Will buy a new slxroom house near
Washington street. Full half city
lot. Everything first class. Bal.
ance payable ?10.00 a month. The
best offer wo over had.
Several more Just as good. Come
and seo us Lnd talk the matter
Marietta Real Estate Exchange,
HDRY SAVAGE, Manager.
City Electric Buildings L
Cor 3rd. and Miittlinwn nt. MnrioUa.O
A specialty made of liigh-clnss, out door
work. Crayon enlargements complote
with frame, 83 nnd up. All work guar
anteed. Picturo Framing to older, -
" G. R. PYNE,
Colonial Block. MarldUu.
4 16 !.
Strong and Easy Running.
n Ajax Iron Sucker Rod, Wooden Sucker Tln,U
litre ifflf H nnrl Klinnl.U MT I- .. n . T . "" ul
Wells. WrifoJor priced ' '" r tumSur,
Iron Pull or Sur-
.ljr wtte had lniplm on lierfnce, but
8lie hat been taUliiK CASCAUhl's ana tliey
huyo ll dlsappcari-d I liad been troubled
wltlt coustlintlon (or some time but after tsk.
Inn the llrM Cascartt I uaio had no trouble
with this ailment. We cannot apeak toohlrh
Jy of Cascarefs." TltU) WAlirnAN,
570J Oerauutown ac , I'nllajloliihla, Pa
TRADI MARK B3lTIO
PtacYit InlKla U&. ni j-t -
flood, Werer Sicken Weaken, or OHijo. We, 2Sc. Wc!
V CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
ttr. timUt lf"7, He.,., MMir,i. .. 14, ju
as a f$t&A&. t)-Wfe
uut tho nice HAMMOCKS nro to be found nth, '"' nooKS "r
Front and' Dutler'streeie, W6lTflilflr. Bold and numine
- J t 1
ranteed br all dru.
C 91 'I f I.HAhn I IA.t
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Colonial Book Store -
The coolest thing about them being tho PRinp ,,! t i ,
n shady nook, also renilires n book. With tht . LninmAXh,e i i ! llVn l? zmo- But
ar cd assortment of Siimmtm, n, . 1 ' vVt. ", ll?V npt-'k. will bo found n nrp nn,i
Ska Snonn, tho Moun Cains, and the Woc Z Now !! U ft'pna of tho
' -"lV I'BiJio, ijun rcgujnr SIOCK. o"i "'""" jinuo UIKJUH,
153 Colonial Block, "
EL VAN DERVOORT, Frup'
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