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W'TA-W-'nrrv w--... ij. Wrj,j . . y-Tsg'''"?-'"- -- Pipffi.aTrrT: dP J ' ...z::..':-:r. '" a ''TTTTJWWgvpt.n.' JS:M(Ji ... .ara U l wit i-'. y 1 , i h It f. The Marietta Leader (Daily arid Weekly.) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28, 1901, GHAN6 S IH Officials of B, & 0. Road Stili Continue. Although-thcro la an, understanding that there arc to bo no wholesale dln-' churgeSjOl Baltimore & Ohio employes iiiuTeifstho new. 'Management, yet It woujd appear 'ad If there was some thing going on which has started many of tlie officials to guessing whoro they ato .at. Tho resignation ' of Suserln tendent Graham, of the Corindllsvtllo division, and Mechanical Superintend ent T. N. Barr conic In continuity, and. tiro, taken as "something In, the wind " Mr. Barr resigns to go with tho Erie "railroad under President F. D. Underwood, who left the Baltimore & Ohio to take chargo of tho affairs of tho Eric, system. On the Baltimore & Ohio, President Lorco has taken his closb friends with him to fill tho most Important posi tions, lie was always close to G. h. Potter, L. 0. Haas and others who are to fill high positions." with the Bal timore &' Ohio. Substantial proof 'of the fact that It Is tho Intention of tho men now at the head of tho Baltlmoro & Ohio to be aggressive and progressive Is appar ent In tho policy which President L. F. Lorec is pursuing. President Loreo has sanctjoncd tho plans prepared by tho Baltimore & Ohio and Pittsburg & Western civil engineers some months ago, and the work will bo pushed to completion without delay. Many im portant contracts have been let for im provements on the main lino and on tho Pittsburg division, and an order for $3,000,000 worth of new equipment will bo given out this year. Between 'Wheeling and Benwood some sweeping changes are contem plated. Th6 loop and bridge arc to bo eliminated, and a direct line via the Ohio' River Railroad established. The Baltlmoro & Ohio is now practically In control of the Ohio River railroad, and it1 is to be mado part of tho through car line between Pittsburg and Cincinnati and St. Louis. Nominated for Municipal Of ficers of Beipre, Special to the Lcadrr. Beipre, O., Sept. 21. At a well at tended meeting held at tho City Hall thl3 evening tho following ticket wa3 nominated, to bo voted on at the coming municipal election, which will take place October 22nd. For Mayor, F. L. Murphy. For Clerk, J. B. Waterman. .For Marshal, Joseph Sharp. For Councllmcn, T. S. Abbott, W. S. Hazelrlgg, J. C. O'Ncil, E. J. Mill er and William IIpwc. This will bo tho first municipal election in the history of Beipre, which was but recently Incorporated. Tho contest for tho nomination for Mayor was quite spirited. Tho vote stood: F. L. Murphy G9; J. N. Stum, 39. Tho mimical Campbell's arc with tho Bronron Company at tho Auditor iums Monday night. . CL Day of Cincinnati Shoot Was interesting, Special to tiie Leader. Cincinnati, O., Sspt. 27. The third and last day's shoot of tho fall tourn ament slvcn under tho auspices of the Cincinnati Gun Club wan of great In terest -inrt vnS largely attended. Ira Post, of Spcnccrvilre, O., carried off flrat honors, breaking ulncty-fivo out of a possible hundred. Following aro tho, 'scores' recorded in favor of the shots from Marietta and St.Marys: F. B. Mallory.. .... SI J. F. Mallory 89 Li. f. Mallory ... .,...87 Charles Bailey 87 John Speary 8'2 Peter Schltchcr, Jr ' SG When doctors fail try,.Burdock Blood Bitters. Cures dyspepslu.coustipation; Invigorates tho whole system. Twenty Hounds. By Assoqiaieq rross. San Francisco, Sept. 27. Joo Walcot gets tlio -decision In tjto . ypth round over Gardner. Haw Ane Yoar Ktdnvya DrOtobj' mjrarai'pm. pure all kid per llli. flam. REciPEdqifr -, , j 1-L .A. as the Keynote of ptesj&nf Up Kinley's Last Public IJlerance . Special to the Loador. . WashiiiBton, D. C, Sept. 27. Reci procity wnslho koy-n'ot of iho last public utterance of William McKlnley. Rrclprocity la the topic, that has al- l cady engaged tho earnest attention of j President Roosevelt hnd his cabinet. Modification of tho tariff along con servative lines Is admittedly tho great and growing economic question for both Congress and the dominant party it represents. Tho lato Chief Magis trate demonstrated in his farewell ro niurk3 at Buffalo that ho had devoted long study and deep thought to the outlines of a policy that, at first blush, seems repugnant to Republican doctrine. But a careful consideration of tho matter will dlscloso that modi fication of duties is tho logical out come of a' tariff for the protection of infant imlustiy. That Mr. McKlnley had reached the conclusion that a new system of tariffs, framed on tho glvo and lake principle, had become a nc cc3sily was plainly manifested in his last words of advlco to his party and his country. Since Mr. Roosevelt voluntarily of fered to follow in tho footsteps of hit) predecessor and to carry tho McKln ley policies to completion, tho reci procity question Is naturally taking prccedciico in the deliberative coun cils at tho White House. And there' is no doubt uiat it will be presented to tho coming Congress, in concrete form at tho proper time. While in a general way tho policy of which tho celebrated Plumed Knight of the Pino Tree Stato was tho father and adovl cato Is not complicated, it will require careful nandlir.g. That there will bo opposition to the reduction of. duties from certain portions of the country and from thos-e Industries which do not yet feel able, or at least inclined, lo forego tho benefits of protection, thci o is not the slightest doubt. In a sense, tho change contemplated is radical. But Republican leaders are confident that, with tho exercise of good judgment, reciprocity treaties can bo so arranged that no hardship will be imposed upon enterprises still1 in need of a safeguard against the Tufncu3 competition of underpaid foreign labor. ' Mr. Roosevelt has long been a deep 'student of economic 'prob lems and will, it Is stated by thoso who have conferred with him, devoto his oilorls to tho formulation of a plan which will find expression in his com ing message to Congress. The prosperous state of tho country is reflected In tho reports from the Ticasury and in the information con veyed to the President by Secretary Gage. Before proceeding' westward, to lcsumo his vacation which wa3 in ter) uptcd by the lamentable tragedy at Buffalo, Mr. Gage explained at tho While House his arrangements to re lievo tho money market by tho pur chase of bonds and tho increase of Gcivernnx-nt deposes in tho national banks. Mr. Roosevelt expressed him self as pleased with the stops taken and fully approved the plans of tho secretary to meet exigencies that may develop during his absence. Since September 1st, tho available cash bal ance in the Treasury has increased ?8,00O.OU0, the amount now being held ?lS8,0O0.000. Up to September 23rd, tho surplus was ucai'ly $9,000,000 for that period alone, and since July 1st, it has grown to bo over $11,000,000. For tho fcamo period of 1S00, tho sur plus amounted to only $2,500,000. It will be a long time beforo Wash ington thoroughly accustoni3 Itself to the hws of President McKlnley. Whilo grief is still keen and will not bo thoroughly effaced during this genera tion, all nsc graillled with the digni ty and sympathetic forbearance of the new Executive, who has taken tho rolna of tfuvcram-int uudor cxtraoi'dl nuiy t nlllons. Republicans aro couviui'U'l that they have a strong man who has stopped Into the breach to (omjlctc tho work so well develop ed by the statesman who twlcp led them to victory and endowed tho na tion with prospcrlt . Mr. Roosevelt has in a very few days dcmoustiated that lie Is to be a working President. An'd ho has dis carded hia alleged BtrcmiousucsH as easily and naturally an ho laid asido' the uniform of war when pcaco had conic. Tho famous Nov Yorker, of course, will not completely lose his, in dividuality in tho great oflico to which he va3 so suddenly elevated. It would be u physical impossibility for Theo dore Roosevelt to do that, and, in truth, r.ono would' wish him to sup prcE3 tho Amcilcan vim that led him into battle for his country's honor,- that nuuto l-.lm triumphant in hl3 con test for tho Govcrndrahip of tho Em pire Stato after one of' tho fiercest struggle! of its political lilst6ry, arid that has spiead his namo throughout the country as an exponent of lioiK&t, uncohipromtstng knit vigorous pat riotism. ' S'dmo'KaVo- bde'h rnb'vcil'to criticise MV. Roosovelt mildly and re gretfully, for dismissing Iho itten pro vldcil as' a h'ddy-fe'tiard for tho Presi dent. The hew Ch'ref- faaglstratd, lils f fiends defcitTro, Is" fully nolo to take cai'o bf'himSotf'ln ah orrfcrgchcy and espionage- Is 'nlis"bhitcly dls'ta'ste'fui to him. During llls'walks rind his horse back rldco ho desires 'to bo alono and' insists that lie Shall "bo iihndcompari-i led. ' Tho notoriously pcssinilstlcprcsshas i'been 'dealing harshly with Cotamanden Scaton Schroeder, Insinuating that his duties as 'tho Governor of the Island of Guam, erne of America's newest possessions', had not Ticcn sat isfactorily performed end that lio would not bo continued at that post. Notwithstanding, Scccrctary Long' has Issued orders to Commander Schroe der to return to tho Island as' tho head o Its goVornmcnt. Officials of the Navy Department state briefly, 'when asked abtiut the1 case, that tho Secre tary's order Is a complefo refutation of tho l'umors that Mr. Long was dis pleased with S.chroc'dcr for' enforcing' the discipline of his command. Tho sititatlon In the faraway island de manded extraordinary treatment arid; Commander Schroeder was equal 'to tho occasion, although ho has been re warded by vituperation from certain quarters for tho performance of an un pleasant duty. Perhaps nothing has given moro genuine satisfaction to' thoso who have uu$incss at the Whlto House Irre spective of patty affiliations, than tho retention of Mr. dcorgo B. Cbrteloyu by President Roosovelt as his" secre tary, Mr. Cortolyou having acted In that capacity for tho lato President. As Mr. Roosoveit had his own secre tary, who had long been confident-' lally associated with him at Albany and elsewhere, It was prophesied that Mr. Cortolyou .would not bo retained; but.Mr. Roosevelt paid a. delicate trih uto to tiio departed "Chief Magistrate by tho rc-appolritmcnt. Mr. Cprtel you Avon Mr. ilcKinley's affection by his fi'dc'H'ty an4 'his Intlofatlka'bll'lty. To tho .lao. Exo'eutfvo ho was ,rnb''re, than a mcra6fliciaf assistant;" ho. was' u nivuu, vyuii'.iuiyii iiuu -uaiuifj uu- viser. ' It- lias- b'cen 'salcf th'dt Mfi CoV tclyou would hayo ovcTntually suc ceeded to a cabinet position, had Mr. MeKinloy lived. Tho doVo'tlon of the Secretary to the President at Buffalo is ono of tho hcatniful chapters 'of that story of i cars'.' All heroes do not win .commissions or wear shoulder straps. Ladles admitted frco Monday 'night to tho Bronson Cdmpahy show if ac companied by a paid 30 e'ent ticket. RUSSIAN Wiieat Outlook is Very Prom ising, Special to the Leader. St, Petersburg, Sept. 27. A report issiiod by tii'o minister of finance, M. 'Do Wittc, sIioVb that the winter grain crop In Uro. south western provinces Is excellent htyl that it is abovo the medium, in " Finland! Tho winter crop is orily 'mcdt.corb in southeastern Russia arid fn tho Viplga provinces. The spring graiii crop, is everywhere woiBQ than the winter crop, on ac count of tho drought. Takc3 the burn out; heals tho wound, cures tho pain. Dr. Thomas' Eclcctrlo Oil, the household Verncdy. " Prospectors Reported Drowned. j y Associated Press. San Antonio, Tux., Sept. 27. A re port from Presidio county, near the Rio Graiido river, say3 that on Sep tember 25 thirteen men prospecting for clnlbar In Alamahto Creek lost their Uvea In Hoods causod by a wa-. icrspoui or a ciouuuurst. tiio men, were asleep in a ravihewben a cloud burst several miles up tho river and a wall of wattr twenty feet high tuahed down tho channel of tho ra vine, sweeping over tho men. All wcro drowned. - - EdacatoYoar Bow6U"Wlth CaiearetC Candy 'Cathartic, curo'coaslipatloa forerer. t0o,S3o. JtC.O.O.tall.dfuoKl5tBrtMUDanoDCl. Special to tho Leader.' ' EJvnnsvillo, Ind.,'Scpt. 27. Miss Vic toria Ludlow has filed suit against Ed ward McKIhzIe. Miss Ludlow alleges sho was coaxctt Into' 'the roofrt liack of McRlnijc'fe store and there McKinzlo trixd to hug her. She demands $10, 000 damages. .' u ' ' ? t . . ,..,7rT;. in . . I.OU.U., nni til.lMATlO i NotliltiKilMtt n local rnmotlf or elmiiffo of cllhinto will euro CATARRH. I'fti ppCclltcM Ely's Cream Balm ATARRH Jl,! nulokly Al)SorIcV Gfros Relief ulorich. Uixmfiumicipnnsos inn nneni rnssi AllnjH Infliunm Nncnl l'nssnBPS. nva inlliunintitlnn Henls nnd. 1'rotpctd tho Ipmlirnnp. ltpstorcs tho Senses of Tnslo nml Smell. NrvMorcitrr, No Injurlnns ilrmr. Itptfii Inr Size, Ml couts ; Family 8izo,f l'UInt Drufisfslf :i,Y ljUOTilEttS. &( W.nrron Street, Kow York. Catarrh I Catarrhl Catarrjh.. All druggists aro authorized by thq manufacturers of Bunscna' Cream, Ca tarrhal to refund tho money if It falls' to euro any case of Nasal Catarrh, Ca tarrhal Deafness or Catarrh of tho Head, no matter of how long staudlns Ono application gives caso and rosti Contnins no mercury or other Injurious, drug. Bunscn's Cream Catarrhal is a now discovery and Is tho only Catarrh remedy oold on a pdsitivo guarantee. No Cure, No pay. Crleo GO cents. For salo by tho Klrby Drug Company. (C) ' The Branson Company arc hero for three nights only, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Prices 10, 20 and 30. cents. For Good Government. The committee appointed by the citizens' meeting at the Court Room a few weeks ago have prepared a plat form for tho oruanizatlon of a Good Government League. A meeting is therefore called for next Moday eve ning to bo held in Andrews Hall. All interested in good government for our city both men and .women should ar- rrango to attend. The meeting will be gin at half past seven. (Signed.) V. BOYBR, Chairman of former meeting. It's folly to suffer from that horrible plaguo of tho night, itching piles. Doan's Ointment cures, quickly and permanently. At any drug store, &0 cents. Now York Patterns, Tho Vory latest. Lizzie Biszantz Wells, 145 Front Street. REALISING o that keeping everlastingly -j. Ml teiii;,-i!i: ' .5' :-' ' of good goods. and low prices Eemember the. Millinery. Marion Corner Store. -Whe- 't L. M. LUCHS. MaLnocger. An EVERTfUL EVENT. . ; , Speainl.EuRaccment for ' Thrco Nights commencing MOHDAYJeit 30. B Bronson 9- Headed by tho well known Harry and Mno C!ody Langdon. A suporb .or ganization of 2T nmiiuiment eour tiors, I'Deludintj thoir xyn Oporn tiu. Orchestra. Oppning in that grand now production, " MA Koyal Spy." Spocltxl Frco ! Mr. yill O. Millard, tho world's g'roatcst cyclist, will glvo ono of Ills marvelous performances" at 11:30 o'clock, Monday, at tho Marietta Book Store. Prices for this extraordinary ontor- taimucnt will bo 10, iiOnnUiSO conts, nnd as, a treat for tho Indies, on Monday night ovory Indy accompanied by n paid 30 cent ticket will bo admitted free. Ad vnnco salo opens nt tho Mariolta Book Storo Saturday, Sept. 23th. x Baskets of Fresh Concprd Grapes for . .Saturday's trade. 15 Cerits Eer Baskpt (ten Epjinds,) Also a ' large stock of ' FRESH BANANA r Cor 2nd & Putnam. HAYFCVCR' US ,,iiVTOnniig. success, , we. aiioisfcitTngjighttQilm-texi One ThQusanl i . '" VI.1 I"1 M ; "" " ' - Colonial ; Book : Stores. Wohltvo somo nCtrnetfvo Stationery, Books and Picture! vory much below rojtulnr, prlcps, inordorto olonn out and nrnko roonnJoritUp ,. now feobcJs'whieh wlll'soon begin' to'ar'rlvov ' - - Decorations for tho Carnival; In Purplb.ftnd W,hl(o, No'j; Bboka ; J constuntly hrrivintr. Porlodlctxls, Ma.c.rlno8, otc. Opon six days" " and-evonlng, closed SUnOhys'.'', '( ." ' ' ."?' '-r- 153 Colonial Black,, Front Si., J. L VAN DERVOORT, Propj MARIETTA, O'. ' OUR, Baking Powder Wo bollovo that housowlvos wnnt to uso puro cronm tartar and sodri Ilnkinp; Powder, Wo bcjlovo thqy profor to find a rollablo Powdor tliat thoy can iiso now nnd for years "to corho With certainty that it will nlwaysbo Jiuro and uniform in rosults.. Wo proparo this powder nt .fronu. nt intorvalg, to , in.suro frpshncss, andf wo gunrnntoo its absoluto purity. You will And satisfaction In usincr a powder that's nlwnj-s alike in leavoning jiowor, nnd that's, as pure and whloo- somo as mo nqur itscir..., 40 cpnts abound. W. H. STYER, DRUGGIST, ':: .: 240 Fronttroot, Rumsey Pumps. Buckeye Pumps. . 'Meyers-Pumps. . Anti-Freezing Well Pumps. Pump Supplies at P. S. Win, Parrish, a practical numn man. mav bo found at ho shon it :.,i a.i'i ' at mi times. Ice and, Preserving Company, Manufacturers oi tfisiilled water ico, liygienically pure. Factory and oflico Oor. Third and Butler, Sts. (Open at all times.). Both phones, Nos. 72. L. C. BBJUIH, Prp3. jm. B. EXSSEN, Sec. "wH.HARRINGTOHaBager. , Attornpondlmrfonr.weknln IhnKnst lenrnlim thATU6v"HRit' (A5'lorIhir.I In'M'lTaw ri-ady to mnko radios' Tailor oiiiiio suits, etc., wiiuouc utunff. tit nnd workmHiiplilp (?anratiteod. All In iIIoh nrninvitikl tocomo at)d inspect our ilntost Hao of samples. ' ' '' Yourofor business. , VIENNA LADIES' TAILOR. iQ, Front Strcnt, opp. Colonial Block, Marietta, Ohfo. Y Millinery, Underwear, Outings, ' Ginghams, Prints and other new goods .lust in at JNJanon Corner Store, Third and Marion. J.W.DOUDNA, Funeral Director and Embalmor Prompt attention' to calls City o Country Day or Night. Lady Assist ant when needed. Riley Block. No. Tiber Way between Front and Second streets, Marietta, uuio. mono 2U5. Sold by All Newsdealers FURNISHES MONTHLY To all lovers of Song and Miislc a vast volume oi HEW choice .compositions by the world's famous authors. 54 Pages "of Piano Jilaslc Half Vocal, Hall Iiutrumi ntal 21 Complete Pieces lor Piano BlHgjlj g Once a Month for 10 Cents. Yearly Subscription, $1.00. If bought in .ny. mutlc Itore nt one-bull on, would coat 89.25. a lavineol (5.15 monthly. In one year ypU get nearly 600 Pages of Music, 'comprising 252 Complete .Pieces for the Piano. ' " " , If rpu caonot pet a eppy from your News dealer, tend to'us.&ml 'we will mull you a sample yree. , , J. W. PEPPER, Publisher, Elchtha'LocLmtStg., fhllndelphU, p,,' Election Proclamation. Tho electors .of. tho Second Ward of tho City of Marietta. Ohio, will tak'j notice that a special ejection will ho hold at tho usnial vo'tlnc places in said ward on Saturday (he 28th day of Sep. tcmber, iD01r be.twoon tho hours of 5-ao A. M. nnd (!:30 l. M at which election a Counclman will ho chosen to nil tho vacancy caused by tho resignation of L, J. Cutter. Mado. at Marietta, Ohio, this 18th day, of September, A. D. 1901. September 19-EGTMts. (Seal.") W. B, SYKES, Mayor. i.i prlcos, and articles In" jptt:r,:e5 - s 0 S"Watbh Hazel, FULL PINTS 25c, a AT BEAGLE & LYTLE'S, : DRUG- STORE. H . i. .. , : S.)t aeRH9iaanHO0aaeBBaiiB4aS GEORGE B SUNDERLp; f. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,? iK. . ' Has for salo or rent business ori-resl' 'denco property In tho city suburbs. vJIj ou wish to buy, sell, or ,rent ca :,o;t Mr. Sunderland. Valuable farms &. jalo on easy tdrms.. Also lots. or. no denecs in Norwood, Rathbono, Qlasi Plant, Falrview Heights or lt, Evpr ott additions. Oflico on Second, street, opjiosjto Union Depot ;, - MORIOIIMIDE. Wo havo mado arrangemon'ts "where by wo havo secured' ''tho exclusive salo of "Morning' Sido,' Addition". 'dn6 of the most desirable, plqcpa .ini'ttifl City for a fllno reaidcdc No,,dust,' ,, no smoke, and! codttuiitr lots 'to -fe'fit. front, plciity of room to build a.'flno i.iiKo nouso or iwo smauci: nouses. Arid just thing nbout It. Thesdilots have n fino.v4ow of tjio OhloUlyor, are all out of liigh Svajtcr.'and aro go ing at ?2G0 and $300 Jdollars. , (Yds,' and thoy are near tho. .eat1 lino tool) Conjo, and sco us. . .. ',' Both phones 454, Room C Mills1 Bldg. (OFFMAH. &:kLMER. REAL ESTATE, LOANS and . HiSURAHCE. 1 V Tr. t !fr -yi'-f ,iMi4iiiJfii jLi tivii.r MiIIs.BIIdlnJ";,-; a tmwtwwm i uvyiii nun nir , ( .V. ...... " OnoNowModorn IIouso Prpnt SJtrc'oti C Rooms, bath etc., lot '15S1S0. Must' bo sold. Bargain $2,150,00 ' "' Two Now IIousos upper 3rd St. Modern and will bo sold cheap.' Several Good farms for salo or trbdo. Wo havo IIousss nnd lots for salo any--whore. ...'?. -,. ...... . . v oomo iirst ciaes uargains. Wo havo both telephones. .....i. ... NOTARY PUBLIC. ;PH0HilS02 ' y ' -ji ' ?, DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OIL PROPERTIES, ;W OTTO BUILDING, 122 PUTNAM MARIETTA, OHIO. ED. FLANDERSj General Insurance .. ' -AND.- ' ;- Rbal Estate"- Room 2 Hag-an Block. "'"' FOR SALE: ,; , Stop v PaLying RenS: ' Why pay roiit when ypu can buy (you a Homo ou payments Rightly moro than ' you aro now paying lot rent. Wo.liavo several houses from 81,000 to $l,'20O Uiiit wo can sell for S100 cash nnd tho balance 5H.00 m.t month. Tho longer you Colay tho longer you will bo in getting your own homo. Call'and sco.usrynra-Jfcholsjjqck. . J. A. Plumer & Sol .f Pon't Be Fooled? Tke the cenvln, $tt?fc ROCtSY MO.V.TtSA Mado only Uy.MaOjKin Ak). cliie' Co.. 'MadlionrWli.lir Veeprijioa. well,. Qt:tr(l. mtrk cut on each : rxckwr.' Price, 3$ ctttti.' Hvr iol4 In . bulk. . 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