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The Marietta. Leader.
lr-. (Dally and Weekly.)
THE LEADER PUBLISHING CO.
II. V. SPKKLMAN,
- No. 3.
THUUSDAY, AUQUSX 22, 1001.
Subscription Rates for Dally.
Dollverrd by cnrrlor, ton routs per week
or Wit, 00 pur year 1C pnlil In mlvniico. lly
moll Innlilo Washington nullity, 1.00 por
yuitr, llv nmll oulnlrto Washington county
St,G0 per jrnr,
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We will coiiHlilcr It reeront favor If sub.
orlberH will report any failure to get tlielt
Loader, or any ciirulessnoHa on the pari of
Hubscrlberx will plcaso notpnytlio cm.
rlera unless tlio currier punches Ills credit
tag 'n KUbsei liter's presence,
Tliu Dally Leader Is uu salo at the fol
lowing places i
Sialic tta-KuBt Side.
Ktarlettit Hunk Store 177 Front St.
Scott .V: Ward ".JUL l'utniiiit St.
Merchants' Delivery Co Tiber Way.
Union Depot Kews Stand,
Mnrletln West Side.
O. It, lliichauau's Cor, Mnplonnd Olluinu
. , Republican Ticket.
!l For Governor,
.j GEORGE K. NASH, Franklin,
.f , Lieutenant Governor,
I CAUL L.NIl'PEUT, Hamilton.
JAMES L. PIUCE, Allen.
I Attorney Genera
. JOHN'm. SHEETS, Putnam.
' Clerk Supremo Court,
LAWSON E. EMERSON, Delmont.
, State Treasurer,
ISAAC B. CAMERON, Columbiana.
Member Board Public Works,
W. G. JOHNSON, Summit.
i tiiaio senator,
DAVID II. MOORE, of Athens.
Common Pleas Judge,
, J. M. WOOD, of Athens.
, , COUNTY.
( . . Representative,
. j, ' C. C. MIDDLESWART.
1 Clerk of Courts.
ELMER E. TROTTER.
F. F. DANA.
j I . L. J. CUTTER.
4 i . infirmary Director,
ii It. E. HULL.
I , :'. Surveyor, '
J'ni I I ARTHUR COLE.
Sil( r DR. J. B. McCLURE.
Tlio Sub-Treasurer has been notified
to call in all the $1,000 notes. Still,
most of us will not bo disturbed.
Bet'.cr water is piomlscd the Con
ares'smen this winter in Washington.
But wliy this trouble? It was good
enough to wnsh with before.
"-At Mud Sock, Gallia county, two op
posing ice cream factions operate ev
ery Saturday night. The opposing
fotces run wagons through the coun
try and bring all who will como free
of charge. It is a great scheme and
works like a charm. Last Saturday
evening five hundred people took
' their cream at Mud Sock.
Hon. William C. Whitney, cx-sccrc-tary
of the navy, was the central fig
ure in a ptetty iucltient at Saratoga,
Sunday. Tito Salvation Army was giv
ing its usual out-of-door service near
the piazza of the United States hotel.
Mr. Whitney was sitting on the plazzi
in company with Senator Gorman,
Henry Wattersou and August Belmont
and listened to the prayer, the address
and tlio particularly sweet voice in
faoilg. Then tho lassies passed the
tambourines for tho collection. Mr.
Whitney's contribution was two $20
bills. When tho tambourines were
returned and the leader caught bight
of'tho two twenties, he exclaimed,
"Glory to God! Let us pray." Tho lit
tle band knelt and thero was special
bupplication for the one who had been
1.0 touched by tlio Spirit a t"o givo not
twenty, but foity-fold. No ono could
tell by Mr. Whitney's, face what bib
emotions were, but at tho close of the
prayer to which he listened Intently,
hojurosp and went to his cottage.
When 'the Salvationists learned the
Identity of their benefactor, there
wero moro prayers, this time for the
"Hon. Mr. Whitney."
IJUYAN TURNED DOWN.
A dispatch from Omaha says:
W. J. Bryan's advico has been re
jected by tho Democratic organization
hot originated In Douglas county In
tho beglnulg of his political career,
and the body that has stood by him
through all his battles. The Jnck
sontan club of Omaha has refused to
listen to tho wishes of tho fortnei
Democratic leader In tho matter of ex
tending nn invitation to David Bon
net Hill to attend tho big political
blow-out to bo given by1 tho club on
Soptember 7 in Omaha.
President Qllbcrt, of tho Jackson-
Inns, has started for Now York to con
vey to Mr. Hill personally tho invi
tation of tho Jacksonlana' organiza
tion to be tho star speaker on this oc
casion. Bryan wns Invltotl to bo olio of tho
speakers and consented. Then ho was
asked to sign personally the Invita
tion to Mr. Hill. He said his Invita
tions to Mr. Hill wero worn out somo
time In 1S9G.
Tho club exerted all posslblo pres
sure on Bryan, but ho refused to re
cede. Then It waB decided to havo
Hill anyway. It has boon understood
that ho will come.
Admiral Ccrvcra declines to say
anything about tho Sampson-Schley
controversy. The old Spanish sailor
can hold his tongue which Is a great
Raised Over the Nomination
of Chris McKee.
Special to tho Leader.
Caldwell, O., Aug. 21. The Demo
crats of this county wero never before
so badly torn up as they arc tonight
over tho proceedings and tho result
of tho county and joint representative
Tho Interest centered in tho repre
sentative convention, as tho county
convention Is a mere matter of form,
the nominees being doomed to defeat.
It was felt, however, that if harmony
prevailed at thdrcpresentatlveconven
tlon and a strong candidate was nam
ed who was satisfactory to every one,
he would stand a fair chance of elec
tion owing to the Republican contro
versy between Morgan and Noble.
Somo of the shrewdest of the Noblo
county leaders like C. W. Young nn,d
Joe Ryan believed It to bo good poll
tics to select tho nominee from Mor
gan nnd thus make a play for the
voles of tho dissatisfied Morgan coun
ty Republicans. They were backed by
the half dozen Morgan county people
This game wns Bpolled, however, by
J. W. Blgley and John Schulcr, who
placed themselves behind the candid
acy of J. A. Okcy. In ho Noblo coun
ty caucus Okcy won out easily over
the Hon. Chris McKcc.tho present No
blo county representative, by a vote
of 13 to 0.
When tho joint convention met In
temporary session with Dr. Williams
chairman, and J. W. Blgley, secretary,
the Noble county delegates being In a
large majority, put forward a resolu
tion that only the delegates present
should be allowed to vote. The
Young-Ryan people and. tho Morgan
county half dozen threatened to bolt
at this, and it was evident that the
convention would bo left without a
quorum in case of its adoption. Fi
nally tho committees wero appointed
and tlio convention took a recess. Up
on reassembling J. A. Okcy made a
speech announcing his withdrawal af
ter characterizing those who were
opposing him as "slimy vipers," and
charging that had bolted the ticket in
1S90 and 1908. He favored the nomin
ation of Chris McKee.
This left tho Kennedy forces in a
minority and no candidates were pre
sented. Somebody moved that Mc
Kco be nominated by acclamation and
tlio thing was tlone by two or three
voting "aye" and delegate Ellas Starr
vociferously shouting his objection.
Ho got up and stated that ho was in
favor of Okcy, the caucus nomtnce.and
that McKco was no good. It was a
funny affair from tho standpoint of
an outsider. There was no permanent
organization, no commlttco reports
received or ncccptcd, no names of can
didates presented. In fact the conven
tion had none of the convention ear
marks except the usual Democratic
Being Recovered From Ill
Py Associated Prosa.
Padueah, Ky., Aug. 21. Tho United
Statca snag boat Woodruff tills after
noon righted tho wreck of tho City of
Golconda, ( leaving her with tho top
of her hurricane roof above water and
not far from tho bank. She Is a- bad
It Is thought tho remainder of tho
bodies will bo recovered tomorrow.
Thoso found to date aro Mrs. Dave
Adnms, Misses Trlxlo James, Lizzie
Graham, Lucy Barnctt, Mrs. W. A.
Hogau and two children, Ira and Lu
cille, and Mr. Watts Davis, Jno. Mcc
luin, a peddler of Padueah, is added to
tho lift of dead.
Fast Train Wrecked.
By Associated Press ,
Jacksonville, 111., Aug. 21. Tho
Chicago and Alton fast train to Kan
sas City was wrecked at midnight at
Prentlco siding near hero by running
Into a freight. SovcroUratnmen wore
killed and Injured, but It is thought
tho passengers escaped with minor in
"DEM GOO GOO EYES."
Odd Blunder Aliikes a-Peck of
Tho man, woman or child, who
makes or cvn mentions "goo goo" cyos
In or around tho Tacoma News ofllco
Is In danger of great bodily harm. At
few days ago tho political writer had
occasion to discuss that nover ending
subject, tho senatorial nsplrntlons of
Banker Ankony, and in a fine burst of
feeling announced that tho railroad
lobbyists had mado "goo goo" eyes at
tho Walla Wnlla banker. Tho politi
cal reporter, having finished his story,
wrote n ncaro head and sent tho copy
Into tho "head" alloy. Hero aro tho
words of the copy for the top lino of
made goo-goo eyes
Now, tho man 111 tho "head" alley
wouldn't know a pair of "goo goo"
eyes, if, with light divine, they looked
at him from tho sweetest fnco of the
fairest In all tho land. Tho "head"
alley man came from New York -Long
Island, WO'vo Hlnco learned so ho fol
lowed the copy na It looked to him
and set up this lino:
MADE 900,000 EYES. '
Then copy and head went to The
News proof reader, also from Now
York Brooklyn, to be exact and he
read tho proof, remarking to tho copy
holder, "Well, If they're making that
many cys at Ankony he'll be the next
And tho copy holder being from
Ptiyallup and never having "worked
with Dana on the Now York Sun,"
simply said "Yes."
So tho head went In and was print
ed in two editions before it attract
ed the attention of tho "old man."
And maybo ho didn't ralso tho roof!
After the press had been stopped and
tho error corrected the argus eyed
editor bounced tho goo goo eyed print
er, laid off the four eyed proofreader,
roasted the blear eyed political writer
and then went out and' filled up on
Million Dollars in Bank-Notes
Sold for Junk.
By Associated Press.
San Francisco, Aug. 21. Tho gov
ernment secret service officer tonight
visited Now Brunswick, N. J., and ob
tained possession of tho plates and!
nearly ?200,000-(facc value)- of notes'
of the old State bank of New Bruns
wick. The notes aro not reprinted
from tho old plates but were genuine
ly printed thirty years ago by tlio
bank itself, but wero never signed by
the President nnd Cashier.
Lax methods in winding up the af
fairs of the bank twenty-eight years
ago socms responsible for the alleged
big swindle in other states with bank
notes as a basis.
The bank wont Into liquidation
somo years ago. Colonel John A.
Newell, at that time appointed lecel
vcr, wound uf the uffalrs of tho in
stitution. Ho since- died. In tho
course of his operations he sold old
note plates to Adam Ludwlg, a junk
dealer of Now Brunswick. The sale
was as old metal.
Tho junk dealer also bought wasto
paper and all Junk out of the old
bank. In tho wasto paper ho found
about a half million dollar's worth of
notes. These original sheets wero un
cut and unsigned. These no'.i a he
gave or sold to Jacob Welgel, who col
lected coins and old notes. Weigel
kept them somo years and then be
gun to dispose of them to coin deal
ers. Ho received nominal sums for his
sales. Among others he sold a largo
amount to Greenburg and Smith. Tho
San Francisco plates remained in tho
possession of the junk dealer. To
night secret service agents saw Wel
gel. They wero satisfied with his ox
plnntlon. Ho gave them what he had
remaining of the notes except thoso
kept for his collection. Ho was not
Tho Ludwlg junk man turned over
Common Pleas Court.
Three, new casc-s wero entered In
Common Picas Court Wednesday. The
caso of tho Eureka Torpedo Co,
against Keevcr & Dyar is for the col
lection of a nolo amounting to $',112.08.
Tho caso of Mary A. Williams vs,
Jno. Davis Is an appeal to tho court
from -Squiro McDcrmott'o court nnd lu
for ?00 damages to furniture In a
leased house of Alary A. Williams.
L. W. Kllcnwood vs. Hiram Hom
ing and Wallace Doming. Tho plain
tiff sues for $341.55 with Interest from
the 27th of July, I88G, at six per cent.
Another Nenro Lynched.
By Associated Press.
Charlotte, N. C Aug. 21. Luko
Hough, a negro, was hanged near
Wndsboro, N. C, tonight by citizens.
His body was ihon riddled wtlh bul
lets. His crime was criminal assault
on Miss Lena Keith today. Ho admit
ted his guilt.
$1.50, $2.50 and $3.50
J Special Sale, this w&ek, of Boys' Suits,
ages IU li, IZ, ij, 1 tsiu ij. q4. ones
for $1.50! $3.50 ones for $2.50 1 $5 and
$5.50 ones for $3,501 We MUST 'close
out all odd lots Regardless of Cost !
to make room for new goods.
S. R. VAN METRE SL CO.
-v G i L
Of Oxfords and Slippers at
cost. Some beauties left.
Theis Shoe Co,,
TV o aro particularly
anxious that you investi
gate tho character of our
sorvico to tho ond that you
may becomo n pormnnont
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
HTmViHx.. j-... .
iK-tfraWlT' . iVr 'hr'H III t
KEEPING is part of our work.
BATTERIES Wo will nttond to
IN ORDER thoso in your houso
for n modcrato sum.
By giving batteries regular and skill
ful attention thoir usefulness is increas
ed nnd also that of tho
FANS OR ANNUNCIATORS
which thoy opornto, Sond us a messngo
whon your batteries nro weakening or
givo us tho job of looking nftor them
B. S. SPRAGUE,
Electric and blasting supplies. Phones,
399, No. 101 Putnam street.
Cur. 3rd. and Mnlthowa sU. MurleUu, 0.
A spocinlty mndo of high-class, out-door
work. Orayon enlargements complete
with framoj 1 nnd up. All work guar
anteed. Picture Framing to order.
G. R. PYNE,
Colonial Block. Marietta, o.
limo lirull.lialnir C'AHUAlir.TN unilui
a wild anil (ttuclho luxatlvo lliuy uro hluiply won
derful. My iU"Kl'tur uml 1 "fro lioilicruil null
vlck stomiicli and uur lirt'iith wus V(ry tmrt Aftur
taklnte a low Uohuh of CatcuroU no liavu Improved
nonilorfuUr Tlmy itru n frrcut liolp In tlio family."
1137 Itltiouuuubu St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
Plcasnnt. l'.ilataWn, I'ntcnt, Taetn flood. T)o
Good, Heror Blckou. Wcakon, or Grlpu, 10c, SOc, Ulc.
i ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Blcrll.n Kmrij Copr, llilturo, Monlrf.l, K Y.rl. 316
Ufl Tfl Kin Bold and miorantned by nil drug-
k . ""idy
O r& E A I Sri
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M J0 CATHARTIC l
TRADE MAftM RlOISTf t0'
SfE nro now located in our privalo dental parlors at BELLEVUE
WW HOTEL whoro wo will remain during tlio construction of tho now
First National Dank Building. As heretofore wo will spare no pains or
oxponso to plcaso our pnticnts and givo thorn high olnss dontistry at reas
After tho now bank building is completed wo will again bo in ourjol'd
location with ono of tko beat equipped nnd finest Dental Olllees in Ohio.
Wo kindly nsk our friends to assist in announcing this chnngol Roincm
ber nil our work guaranteed.
OHIO v DENTAL v CO.
Hours 8 n. m. to 8
Reception Room Hotel Parlor.
A. J. RiCHARJSS,
101 Front St., Opposite Dollovuo Ilotol.,
If you don't getaone of our gas ranges this , summgr.
You'll' iTrii&sMtn.e;lle'at' if you, do. "We have a great range
of ranges at a great range of prices. See them at"6ur
great double front hardware store.
J. SEYLER & BRO.
158 and 160 Front Street.
Iron frame Eccentric Pumping Powers.
A inv Tmn Kiiplrm' l?nrls
Pully or face Ends and Shackle Work of evii
tioii, for Pump Wells. Write for prices.
Pioneer Dairy and Produce Go.
At No. 214 Scammel street
has for sale, the finest Jersey
milk, cream, butter milk, skim
milk, our milk, cottage
cheese, and Dairy Butter,
Marietta Phone No. 290.
The D. &. C, the Coast Line to Mackinac.
Spoiul your outing on tho Great
Laltcs, visiting PIcturesquo Mackinac,
lin luili nf tlin Inliiiul sons, wltnri. rrwl
lireczc3 blow anil bluelc Iiusb blto. Send
2c. for Illustrated pamphlet.
AlldreHS A. A. Sclmiltz. G. P. A.
The Right Remedy,
Your druggist will refund your
monoy 1! llunsen's Pino Tar Cough
Honoy falls to euro. Ono doso br'nga
relief. Tako n bottle and your Cough
or CoW will disappear. This lb a now
discovery and tlio only cough remedy
Bold on n positive sup.rautop No
Cnro, No Pay,
For sale by tlio KIrby Drug Company.
J. P. BECKED, D. D. S Mgr.
p. m., oxcopt Sunday.
Lady in nttondnnco.
Easy Running. U
"Book ol the Pan-Anwitan."
Tho Lake Slioro & Mlclflgan South
ern Kailwuy has Issued .t iutcrcstlnW
and useful book of tho1 Exposition
with maps of Uuffulo, tlo grounds,
Nlngnrii Falls and vicinity, descrip
tive matter, etc. Sent free by writ
ing to A. .1. Smith, G. Pi & T. A
Cleveland, O. y
(103) Aug. 1, 10, 10 & M.
Victory nt Lnat.l
For ton lonjt yea.-a I was la enfforor
with kidney dyspepsia ana rheuma
tism disease. I treated with' many Co-i
lumhus doctors; took patentiinedlclne.
No results whatever until I tlacGverea
nnd took ONE bottle of toENN'8
SURE, SAFE and SPEEDY quilE. IA
three days I throw down my prutches;
Ordinary casea cured In one day.
Only 25 and 76 cents fit A. f, Rlch
trds and W. It Btjiru. BaW,e4 Xr.
By Prof. Lawrence II. KcnnorA Ills
touch 1b llfo. Como and bo tured.
lUioumntlsm nnd nervous dlseaffw a
specialty. Correcting bad habits. CI- ,
garottes, Morphine hablta cured. Ojtlca ,
l......n O .....If 14 n rt O .1.1,11 D v'... I
uumn o mini xu .... U..bM u i',iiit."
Corncr Fourth nnd Grceno streets, riqxt
door to Ohio Installment Company.
July int. twA jm
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