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Aro prjiig's photographs uso far
ahead of cvorythlnjrclsoln that
IIo has tho largest and best
ou, studio in SoutU-cast-
Ho has exceptional skill a
combination of natural ability
7 and long and extensive experi
Ilia studio- is conveniently lo
cated on Front street on the
CTo'apfi floor. $ boO't
The Marietta Picture Man.
Owing to a turn of affairs which
we do not deem necessary to state
publicly we have concluded' to
continue in the Clothing business
in Marietta, and have a full and
fresh line of reasonable goods ar
riving daily which will be put on
market at a very low price. These
nrnnrlR consist of Men's, Boys' and
Ohildrens Suits, Hats, Gaps and
Gents Furnishings and we guar
antee all our customers good
goods and full value for every
dollar spent with us.
188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
The BEN HUR
A Strictly High Grade Wheel !
B. EVELEIGH, Agt.
See Sample In Diamond Pants Co'a Window.
We invite- you to call and inspect o
new Spring Wall Papers which -are arriv
ing almost daily.
Wo have the reputation of introducing
the very latest designs and colorings made
by the leading factories of the United
States, and which consists of the celebrated
makes of M. II. Birgc & Sons., The Robert
Grams Co., Warren, Fuller & Co., Wm.
Campbell & Co,, and many others.
Prices lower than ever, at 5 cents and
upwards. A lot of remnants at your own
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
ureatest Bargain in
the wheel line ever of
fered in Marietta.
Call, see the Tem
ple Special, at Rodick
Hardware Go's Store.
Koerner & Richardson
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
ff SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
-W. II. MeWUllains, who for Bovcral
weeks has been in this 'city, will leave
today for Columbus to visit friends.
Rov. O. W. BurnB,Presidin(r Elder,
will hold quarterly mooting at Oilman
Avenue M. E. church on Saturday and
- Mis3 Kldd, assistant of tho child
ren's homo, lias resigned and will re
turn to h'or homo near Marietta about
April 1, taklnjr Ross Hess, ono of the
boys of tho homo, with her. Cam
A..U nil. u. miuij ..uu.vnuu "u
died of a broken hcajrC'J&tirM'.pclts. afjr
thokUlin of hqtj son, Mlfca .Plckettr
Asn'Malc, was filed foi'Tro'bato l-YlQi
"' John B. Nowton dieOit his homo
in Rock Island, I1L, March Gth, after a
lingering illness. Tho deceased was
tho oldest son of tho lato A. S. Nowton
of near Beverly, and a brother of Mrs.
O. II. P. Scott IIo was an old soldier,
having served in the O. V. C. until tho
close of tho war. Ho leaves a wifo and
four children. Boverly Advance.
Marshal Pari in is still confined to
the house with tho grippe, Peto Lat
tornor serving on tho regular force in
the tneantimo'to supply tho vacancy,
Two of tho Phillips lots, on tho
corner of Washington and Eighth
streets, have been purchased by Fred
Blume, who expects to erect a dwell
ing houso on each in tho near future.
Mrs. J. M. Harper returned Friday
from Reinersyille, Morgan county,
where she was! called a few days ago
by the illness of her mother.
Mrs. A. D. Follott srffered a sovero
sprain of the arm Thursday evening by
an accidental fall.
Tho Big Four Cyclo Show is a big
success. Don't fail to attend today.
Following are tho names of tho
gentleman appointed by President Fol
lett, of tho Board of Trade, to go as
delegates to Wheeling to( meet tho
House Rivers and Harbors Committee:
T. D. Dale, A. D. Follott, Capt. M. F.
Noll, Capt J. M. Gamble, Capt. W. E.
Roe, Capt. M. G. Knox, Capt. S. D.
Davis, D. B. Torpy, W. J. Cram, J. H.
Grafton. Ji. D. Alderman, B. J. McKin
ney, Geo. M. Cooke, C. L. Flanders,
Wm. II. Styer, Wm. M. Morse, Nelson
Moore, T. F. Davis, W. A. Sniffen, A.
N. Dyer, Charles R. EUston, Henry
Streeker, W.S.. Pattin, T. W. Moore,
James W. Nye, L. S. Milne,
Smith, S. J. Hathaway and
Messrs. W. A. Sniffen, D. S. Milne
and W. R. Grimes have been appointed
as a finance committee of tho Board of
Trade to securo the funds necessary
for tbo proper entertainment of the
Rivers and Harbors Committeo when it
Born, Wednesday, March 11th, to
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Robinson, Beycrly,
In Mayor's court Friday Georgo
Hastings was fined $5 and costs for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct
Hiram Dickey was found in an intoxi
cated condition and locked up.
A marriage licenso was issued Fri
day to John Cordray, of Boverly, and
Lizzie Spoars, of Waterford.
A 12-inch valve in the pumping
main at tho Water Works station was
broken Friday morning, but another
valvo being on hand the break was re
paired in about six hours. Shortly
after the new valvo was put in place
the sido of tho main burst. Tho
second break will be repaired today.
Married by the Rev. Mr. Acton,
March 11th, Mr. Edward Anderson and
Miss Tillie Miller, both of Tunnel.
They will reside at Tunnel for tho
Chief Clerk Bradford, of tho rail
way mail service, has, among others,
mado tho following assignments of
moil weighers, to report at Columbus
on tho 21st. B. & b. S. W., Marietta
Branch, Henry Cook, Utloy; T. & O. C,
iL. J. Hcadly, Gloustcr.
Messrs. H. J. and J. M. Wendel
kon, of Portsmouth, who hayo been
visiting friends, returned homo yester
Dr. John P. Dodge, ono of tho
prominent residents of tho west ond of
the county, has opened an office for tho
practice of medicino in Beverly, ne
has been absent for several months
taking a post-graduate course.
Application was mado in Probate
Court a day or two ago for licenso to
wed for a girl only 15 years of ago.
Tho application was, of couj-so, refused
though tho father of tho girl was pres
ent and "didn't seo what tho law Jiad
to. do with
Deputy Revenue Collector W. L.
Finloy, of Caldwell, vras in tho city
Friday on official business
, F, R. Rose, tho oil man, was fined
?5 and costs at Parkorsburg Friday for
engaging in a quarrel with J. L. Jluek
ley. Mr. M. M. Rose was at Zanesville
IVIday reproeonting this county at tho
mooting' of the Fifteenth District Com
mittee. Tho combination drawing-room
and Bleeping car on the T. & O. C. Ex.
rnilnav la meeting with treneral favor
in the eyes of the traveling public.
C. J. Best left Friday on a business
trip to Columbus.
Tho Big Four Cyclo Show will bo
enlivened this evening by first class
music. Don't fail to attend.
A, W. Richards, ono of tho lending
morchants of Zanosvillc, is in tho city.
Miss Katlo Fitzsimmons, tho hero4
ino of tho Rosabel wreck, who tore top
hor silk underskirt to make bandages
for tho wounded, has been presented
with an elegant now silk skirt by tho
appreciative trainmen of tho B. & O.
From a letter written by Rov. J.
Gunderman, of Dlmondalc, Mich,, wo
are permitted to make this extract: "I
havo'no hesitation in recommending
Dr. Ktritr's Now Dlscoverv. at tho re
sults, worb'almcs't rfarvelous in'the caso
of my wife. While I was pastor of tho
Baptist Church at Rives ..lunctijm sho
ivns brought down" with Pneumonia
succeedingXa Grippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last for hours
with little interruption and it seemed
as if sho could not survivo them. A
friend recommended Dr. King's Now
Discovery; it was quick in its work
and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at W. H. Styer's
Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1. 00.
An Aged Woinnn Humeri to Death at
Eli.knhoiio, W. Va., March 13 At an
early hour this morning tho residenco
of Jamos M, Hall was discovered to bo
fire. Tho aged mother of Mr. nail,
who was making her homo with htm,
was suffocated and burned to death be
fore she could be rescued from tho
burning building. v
From tho dwelling house tho ilames
attacked a'large store adjoining, also
owned by Hall, and it was likewise de
stroyed with all its contents. The
property loss is pjaced at 15,000.
The fire was caused by natural gas.
The gas fittings were imperfect, and
tho escaping gas filled the house, final
ly coming in contact with a living
ilame. It was ignited, and an explos
ion setting tho houso afire at onco fol
lowed. Heroic efforts were made to
rescuo tho aged Mrs. Hall, but all
efforts were fruitloss.
At ono time it was feared tho flames
would absorb tho entire town, but tho
fight mado against their spreading was
sufficient to keep them within0 tho
bounds of tho property mentioned.
Chas. P. WiLLAitD & Co., 107 Canal
St, Chicago, make and handle every
thing in the way of small steam launch
es and yachts, and boilers, engines and
machinery for same. Catalogue sent
lilds for Stone.
Tho following bids have been receiv
ed at tho office of Engineer Moescr, of
tho Muskingum river improvement, for
furnishing stone curbing to be used in
the lacing on tne canal Dame at .nicion
nelsville: Willinm Northrupt, McCon
nelsvillc, 35c per cubic yard; Frank
Northrupt, McConnelsyille, 30c cubic
yard; Consolidated Stone, Sand and
Clay company, Columbus, 3f)c cubic
ya'rd; J. F. Fouts, Durant, 40c cubic
yard; Funk Bros., Eaglesport, 50c cu
bic yard; E. A. Patterson, Cedar Run,
51c cubic yard; Milton Fouts, Durant,
02c cubic yard; C. S. Wincholl, Philo,
00c cubic yard; II. C. Lucas, Durant.
00c cubic yard; John Davis and J. L.
Benjamin, McConnelsville, 51.25 'cubic
yard;' J. E. Burns, Cedar Run, S1.C0
Hncklcn'tiAru ca Salvo
Tub Best Salve in tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt
Kheum, FovOr Sores, Tettor, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively euros ..Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
givo perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by W. H. Styer.
At the Presbyterian Church the sul)
ject in tho morning will bo "Personal
Force." In tho evening, "Our Present
Municipal Problem The Preservation
of tho Sabbath.
Unitarian Church Morning subject,
"Unlyersalist and Unitarian." Even
'ing: "Tho Old Question: When Does a
a Man's Right to Eat and drink What
Ho pleases end?"
First "M. E. Church Quarterly meet
ing, sermon nud sacrament by Rev.
Geo. Burns, at 10:30 a. m. Sermon by
pastor at 7 p. m., on "Lawlessness Its
Cause and Cure." Public inyited.
Electric Bitters is aa medicino suited
for any season, but perhaps moro gen
erally needed, when tho languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when tho
liver is torpid and sluggish and tho
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of. this medicino has
often averted lbng and perhaps fatal
bilious fovors. No medicino will act
moro suroly in counteracting and free
ing tho system from tho malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. 50c and 81.00 por bottlo at
Styer's Drup; Store.
Edward Anderson, of Tunnel, and
Tillio Miller, of Marietta.
Rudolph Fensternaker, 00, of Utley,
and Catherine Taylor, 65, Wesloy Tp.
Fred Beaycr and Anna Gerhard t,
botli of Whipple.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
ahow Royal Baking Powder
.mMriw to mil others.
MissMBry O'Neal 'is ill of
A Sample Package (4 to 7 dosc) ol
To any ant sending name ind address to
us on a postal card. f ,, , ,
ONCE USED THEY -j
ARE ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
Hence, our object in sending them out
m. ON TRIAL. .
They absolutely cure Sick Headache, Bil
iousness, Constipation, Coated Tongue, Poor
Appetite, Dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Don't accept some substitute said to be
"just as good."
The substitute costs the dealer less.
It costs you ABOUT the same.
HIS profit is in the "just as good."
WHERE IS YOURS?
Address for Free Sample,
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
No. 663 Mala St, BUFFALO, IV. V.
This is the
No office complete without one.
"We have another gross com
ing. The first C dozen went in 3
A quick, sharp blow cuts, drives
and clinches the staple and feeds
the next one. ,
Machine - $1.50
Staples per box of 9Gdoz .50
Marietta Book Store.
KfTTOR SALK. House and X.ot, 65 by 113
ft. Inquire at CO" Smith street. Gas and good
elsterni Kd. Smito.
S3?"The Densmore typewriter may bo had of
r W Torner, this city, solo agent for Washing,
ton county. e o d
J5gy FOR SALE Entire east half of Block
13, West Side Marlotta, 100 feet on Knox St ,
120 on Franklin, and 120 on Pe'arl St. Will sell
as a whole. Inquire of Dr. S. M.IIart, Wlttlig
building, Front street.
JSDK. W. M. HART, Dehtibt. Office 11
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
3T"DK, E. P. KDDy, DentlBV. Office 801
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
S3TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of tbe eye
and ilttlug of glasses. Law Building Putnam
3TFOR SALE Thirteen of the most desir
able lots in Campus Martins on good terms.
Two houses on Third Street below Wooster at
2,000 and 1,000. Houso on Franklin street
$1,100. Two residences on rront street near
Wooster. Business block on Front street below
Butler with 20 feet front, ?0000.
All kinds of real estato bought and sold.
J. A. PLUMER & SON,
- Cor. Putnam and Second Sts.
10 Houses and lot on monthly payment.
2 New Houses tsso each.
Farms to exchange for City property.
One Six Roomed House, 11,500. Many other
Houses and lots for sale.
WARD & STONE, 235 Second St.
, G. U. SUNDERLAND,
Real Estato and Patent Office, Opposite Union
' r Depot, Marietta, Ohio. .
Four houses, J3C0, $000, COO and 5S00.
Good City Property for Sale at a Bargain.
Three New Houses on Third street,, two of
them with allonodern Improvements. Prices
as follows! i.0C0, S-'OO, S2.000.
Two Houses on Sixth street. Prices, $1,000
Two llousos on West Side, (Both New,) Out
of High Water. Prices, ?2,200. $1,300.
Farm for Sale,
Call and sac me before buying.
GEO 11. SUHDEULAND.
On Thursday March 10th, Tho C. & M. Ry.
will give another of Its popular low rato ex
cursions from all stations on the line to Clove
Tickets will be good going on train No. 12,
which starts from Marietta at 0:25 a. m. ana
good returning any date to and including Mon
day March SJrd.i
Hero Is a chance to transact business also
seethe various entertainments gtven In tho
Forest City .at this season of the year and re
turn home mach wiser and UtUe If any poorer.
For lull particulars call on O. & M. or Ad
dress E. W. PAOEj Q.'P. A.. Cambridge, O,
France, England and Germany have, in the'rf
past, held supremacy as manufacturers of
Dress Goods, but they are now fairly rivaled
by America. In ample proof of this assertion,'
let us show you the splendid line of
them not simply because they are American,
but because the styles and prices command
your approval, and because you know, from
experience, that they are unequaled for wear.
Come and see the New "Jamestowns,"
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Is the best salesman on earth. A fact we never lose sight of. The
low prices on everything we sell make this store so popular. No
variations in our methods it's our constant endeavor to place relia
ble merchandise of all kinds 60 low as not only to retain the enviable
patronage we enjoy, but add new friends to the list each day.
Novelties in Dress Goods.
Everything that is new and pretty, all this season's choicest textures
and newest shades. Mohairs in plain and Jacquard weaves, nil
qualities, at lowest prices.
Headquarters for Black Goods. -
All wool Serges, Henriettas, Drocades, Orepons and Mohair novelties.
NEW WASH GOODS.
New embroideries, now laces in fact each department is filled
with choice new goods. Call and see us.
A full supply of tho popular Standard publications can bo found
at our store at all times. A large stock of up-to-date and stylish
patterns just received.
172 FRONT STREET.
.it. Alt. .&M. 4e. 4,11. Ale. 4V. 4V. 4V. 4lg. 411. 41
Down Gro the Bicycles.
We have decided to give all a chance to get a wheel.
"We will sell wheels on 10 profit. This brings them in
reach of all. Wo guarantee every wheel we sell.
This is Cash only.
Hagan & Schad,
229 Second Street, - - Opp. Union Depot.
Special "Values For This "Week.
Keeping everlastingly at it, seeking the best goods for tho least
prfce, bound to have, determined not to rest till we found them,
that's how wo came by these Linensit is the only way under tho
sun that they could be had at the price.
72-lnch All Linen Cream Damask at
GOc per yard, Yorth 75c.
(M-Inch All Llnon 'Bleached 'Damask
at G0c peryard, worth 05c.
70-inch All Linen Uloached Damask,
very fine, at bOc por yard, worth $l.'-'5.
Turkish Towels at 5c. t ,
Cotton Towels at 4 for 25c.
Linen Towols nt 10, 12, 15, 20 and
25c. Special values.
A glance at these prices, will convince you that our hard work Was
not in vain. There is money's worth hero that you have not mot
Wholesale. 119 and 121 putnam street. Retail
We have just Opened.
Here they are, more than
a thousand yards. You
liked them and bought
them last Fall you will
like them, better this
Spring. t is with pride
and pleasure that we
place them before you.
We are sure you will buy
(.411. Hi- 4V. ! ' 't. 4lt. 40- 411. iK- -Mi- ;SMite-
All Linen Bleached Crash at Go por yd.
All Linon Bleached Crash, hoavy, at
Sc per yard.
Extra' Heavy liamsley Crash at 10c
por yard, worth Viytc.
ft-i-inch Turkey Hed Damask at 15c
Extra Siza Crochot Quilts at 75c.
Extra Sizo Mnrseills Pattern Quilt at
51.00 worth $1.25.