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COOL'S BIG STOCK CO:, AUDITORIUM NEXT WEEK, 10, 30 and 30 Cts.
Arc Craig's photographs so far
ahead of ovory thine else in that
Ho has tbo largest unci best
equipped studio in Koulh-east-
combination' of natural ability
and long and extensive export
Ills studio is conveniently lo
cated on Front street on the
The Marietta Picture Man.
Owing to-a turn of affairs which
wo do not deem necessary to state
publicly we khave 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 lo w price. These
- goods 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 I
B. EVELEIGH, Agt.
See Samplo in Diamond Panta Co's Window.
We invite you to call and inspect our
new Spring Wall Papers which are arriv
ing almost daily.
We 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. Birge & 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.
"Curbstone Agents" wo are
called and yet we live. Some well
meaning but misguided rivals (?)
say we are selling '95 wheels. We
havo the Jbest on "th'o market, all
'90 lines, and will be pleased to
quote you prices'. Oomo and boo
what've can do for you, at Eodick
Koerner & Richardson
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Lois of new millinery goods just
received at the Boo Ilivt.
Mr. II. C, Lomert, representing tho
Contral'Ohio Paper Co., was in tho city
yesterday, lie says Mr. Thomas is re
covering from tho lover, and will bo
out"nnd about in a few weeks.
Charles Mortimer, leading man
with Corse Peyton last season, is with
Cool's Uig Stock Co.
Miss Margaret Caywood arrived in
tho city from Cincinnati where she has
been in tho training school for nurses
for the past two years. She graduated
from that institution and roceiyed her
diploma and is now a full Hedged nurse.
Miss Caywood has several flattering
offers but is undecided as to whero she
will locate. She will take a much
needed rest beforo locating anywhere.
A social will beglyon in the lecturo
room of tho Oilman Ave. M. E. Church,
"March 27th, by tho Epworth League,
entitled "Tho Mystic Seven.". Admis
sion 10c. All invited.
Mrs. Dr. Curtis, who' has been in
Now York six wcoks past, is expected
Common Pleas Court adjourned Fri
day to Monday morning.
In Common Pleas Court Friday
Mrs. Emma Glass, nco Ong, was grant
ed a divorce from Alex Glass, on the
ground of willful absence for a period
of more than three years.
Cool's Big Stock Co. Auditorium,
next week. Nothing cheap but the
prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
License to wed was issued Friday
to Mr. Irvln W. Adamson and Louvina
J. Pool, both of Hohman, Ludlow
Tho bicycle riders are becoming
unanimous on the claim that railroads
ought to carry'wheols free, as baggage,
especially when tho passenger has no
other baggage. If a woman can carry
tt hundred pound trunk without ques
tion it -would seem only right to allow
a man to carry a twonty-fiyo pound
wheel. Beside, if the railroads only
knew it, they could probably make
money by luring the riders into remote
parts of tho state on a promise of free
transportation of wheels, then letting
them strugglo for a day or two with
the vile roads in some parts of the
country. After that expedience the
wheelman will be sure to pay their
faro home. Brooklyn Eagle.
Koerner & Richardson sold to Mr.
Print Clark a Sterling Expert bicycle
W. A. Sayre, tho iconfectione-, put
In a new soda fountain to further add
to the attractions of his establishment
Mr. and Mrs. Paris Allen, of Selma,
California, who haye been visiting
friends and relatives in this city, left
Thursday 'night for Indiana, where
thoy will visit.
Special sale for a few days only of
laces, embroideries, towels, tablecloths
and napkins at Bee Hivo Store.
The C. & M. posted notices along
their Hue yestefday drawn under Sec
tion 0S7J of tho Revised Statutes which
makes all persons Hablo to a fine of
from $5 to $25 to drive any vehicle on
or between the rails or along tho road
way of uny steum railroad, unless com
pelled by necessity. These notices
give warning that all violaters will bo
punished. Cambridge Sun.
A now lino of ladies shirt waists
just in at Bee Hive Store.
The old steamer Ida Smith, that
plied between here and Syracuse soyer
al years ago, and later being taken to
Marietta, near which point she caught
Are and was partially destroyed, has
been rebuilt at tho Point Pleasant
docks and was at this city Wednesday
and moored to Stephen's, coal float
whero her machinory will be renovated
and her repairs completed. She is a
better craft than over and tho property
of Capt. John Gordon, of this city, lie
will perhaps put her In a trade out of
this city. Gallipolis Journal.
George'' Eyssen's now house on
Fairview Jleights is ready for tho var
nish, and Mr. Eysson expects to move
into tho property week after next
Miss Alma Baum, Mr. Edward
Young and Mr. J. E. Flanders havo
purchased Sunol bikes from Hagan &
A special car will bo attached to
tho Ohio River train this afternoon, to
accommodate tho delegation from this
city who go to 'Wheeling to meet tho
Congressional Committee. Fare $1.35.
Train loaves Willititnstown at 2:40
Miss Flora Smith, of Hart street,
has accepted a position in Hutchison's
Fred Israel is in Athens on busi
ness. Hum Roland, for a drunk and dis
orderly yesterday drew in tho Mayor's
court (80 and costs.
Mrs. J. Q. Hathaway, of Chillico
tho, is tho guest of Mrs. J. I, Reokard,
Any lady nni gentleman, or two
ladleswjll bo admitted vltb, 'one 80c
Tickoth purchased, ht( Marietta Book
Store before 0 p.JmV Monday. .
ELECTRIC SfREET RAILWAY.
It Begins to Appeal as Though it will
Two lilcig Submitted Yeifcrdny, 11ml
Opened lit Noon."
Tho peoplojs desiro for an electric
street rnilway seems to bo approaching
a realization. In rcsponso to the ad
vertisement for bids there were two
In some respects tho two exactly
agreorln others thoy are at variations.
As will be noted Mr. Davis brings into
his bid the matter of tho street-lighting
whieh'wo think, is foreign to 'tho
case, and cannot, so far as this clause
is concerned be considered without
duo notice, so that any bidders may
como in on the ground floor.
In tho bid of Gracey, Kaiser &
Moore are two items which are in their
favor, ylz: those which refer to tho
currying of the school children und la
borers at half fare, tho latter at cer
tain hours of tho day, to be designated
by tho Council. Notice of application
for extension to West Sido and East
End have been formally glyen.
The matter'will come beforo Council
at its regular meeting Tuesday night.
lo the Honorable. The City Council of the City
oj juarieua, uuo:
We, the undersigned, hereby propose
to construct and maintain an electric
street railroad, to be known as Route
No. 2, under and according to tho pro-
Visions ana conaitions contained in mo
ordinance establishing said route.
passed Feb. j25th, 1S90, over tho follow
ing streets in said city 01 Marietta, to
wn: becond street, from Uhio to the
intersection of Second and Front
streets, Second from Front to Mont
gomery. Montgomery streot from Sec
ond to Fifth, Fifth streot from Mont
gomery to Putnam, Greene, street from
Fourth to Second; also if consent of
abutting property owners can be ob
tained therefor, on Putnam street from
Fifth to Fourth, and Fourth street
from Putnam to Greene.
And we hereby agree lo carry pass
engers on said railway, during the
period of said franchise, at tho follow
ing rates, to-wit: Single fares, five
cents; commutation tickets or fares,
six for twenty-fivo cents, or 25 for one
dollar; school children, under sixteen
years of age, two fares for five cents,
when going to or returning from
school; for tho benefit of working peo-
Ele, two fares for five cents,, for one
our in the morning, and one hour in
the evening, the time to be specified by
the City Council; said special fares for
school children, and for said two hours
to be upon tickets to be furnished for
that purpose; cnnaren irom lour to
eight years of age, half fare; children
under four years, when accompanied
by older person, free; policemen in uni
form, free; said rates of fare to coyer
said entire route, and also any exten
sion thereof that may hereafter be con
A. L. Gbacey,
Marietta, O., March 20, 1806.
To the Common Council of the City of Mai I
Gentlemen I desiro for myself and
associates to submit the following bid
for construction of street railway route
No. 2, in this city, and agreo hereby to
comply with the terms of an orninanco
establishing routo No. 2, and will carry
passengers at tho following rates: For
one passenger oyer six years old, one
continuous trip, five cents: will sell six
tickets for twenty-five cents, 25 tickets
for $1; children under six years one
All bids herein made will incluee
hauling a passenger oyer tho now routo
as well as transfers to 'the old streot
railway.llne, which will bo changed to
an eleotrie system, giving tho passen
ger the benefit of the whole track of
both lines in pne continuous trip.
1 herewith tender bona in tne sum 01
$1000, as required under said ordinance.
1 desire also for myself and associates
to again apply to your honorable body
for the purchase of tho city electric
light plant; also for a franchise for in
candescent and arc lighting and for ex
tensions of the present street railway
routo No. 1, which extensions will ex
tend ut) tho Ohio about ono mile and
about one mile over in West Marietta;
uuu us uu ujci iur uiu city uiuuwiu
light plant wo will'pay tho sum df $15,
000, in cash, provided tho city give a 10
year contract for as, many as 120 lights
at $05 per light.
Tho undersigned bidders have con
tracted to purchase the old Street Rail
way Lino, and, if this application and
offer is considered end complied with,
an agreement will bo entered into to
change the present line into an electric
system of the first-class,, using not less
than 00 pound Johnston girder rail,
which, when completed, will giyo to
the city a complete and entirely satis
factory streot railway service; as it
will be the aim to build such exten
sions as will be necessary and will
serve the public best.
Respectf allys ubmitted,
Signed T. O. M. Davis,
For himself and associates.
Try Superior Canned Corn and "Ye
Oldon Time Hominy." Both tho very
, Mercbnnt Tailor Assign.
Woosteii, O., March 20. noolzel Sj
Kaltwasser, tho merchant tailors, of
this city, Thursday evening made an
assignment to L. R. Critchueld, jr.
To Pension School-Ttachers.
iColumdus, O., Marcli 20. Senator
Plumor's bill to pension schoolteachers
in Cincinatl passed tlio upper house
Friday by a unanimous vote.
Tobacco liarn and Contents Ham
GKonauTO-wN, Ky., March 20. The
tobacco barn of Wm. Hogan, near Cen.'
terville, together with its contents, 80,'
000 pqunds of tobacco, was destroyed
by flro. There was no insuranco on
tho tobacco. The barn, which cost
SL00O. wns partially Insured.
If ypu need on ennino of anv" kind.
steam, gasoline, kerosene oil, send for
ireo illustrated circular to Uiias. l
Wiixaud & Co., 107 Canal St., Chicago.
The World's Fair Tests
, showed no. baking powder.
go pur' or so 'great Im'tmr
ttmimg pvwtw tm tmm
Htai Saved His Life
covery in the nick of
time. Hundreds of
have had the pro.
gress of the disease
stopped, and have
been brought back to
life nnd health by.the
Discovery" of Dr.
. - fierce.
Years ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, now chief
consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute of Buffalo, N. Y.,
recognizing the fact that consumption was
essentially a germ disease, and that a rem
edy Which would drive the germs and their
poisons from the blood would cure consump
tion, at last found a medicine which cured g3
per cent, of all cases, if taken in the earlier
stages of the disease.
The tissues of the lungS being irritated by
the germs and poisons in the blood circulat
ing through them, the germs find lodgment
there, and the lungs begin to break down.
Soon the general health begins to fail, and
the person feels languid, weak, faint, drowsy
This is the time to take Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery: it drives the germs
and poisons from the blood, and has a sooth
ing effect upon the dry cough. In cases of
bronchitis the "Discovery 'I is invaluable.
amount and quality of the blood, thus invig-
w.ui, mcmwi uiecovery increases ine
orating and fortlfvi
trthe system acrainstdla-
ease ana bunas u
wholesome uesu and
strength after wasting diseases, as fevers
pneumonia, grip and other debilitating af
fections. , 1
JNO. M. Hitc, of Au
dubon, A udubon Co ,1a ,
says : "I took a. eere
cold whicli settled on my
lungs and chest, and I
suffered intensely with
it. I tried several of
our best physicians here
nnd tilery gave up nil
jiuiro 01 ray recoe:
have to die.
cough and spit blood
for hours, and I was pale
discouraged when I be- TW
gan me use 01 tne 'Sis- T M H,T v.n
covery,1 but I soon got J" M HI ' CSQ
better. It has been five years since I took it and
have had no return of that trouble since."
First M. n. Church Morning topic:
"How to Test God and His Truth."
Evening topic: "What Destroys tho
Nation." Special music. The public
Unitarian Church The pulpit will
bo occupied both morning and evening
by tho Key. J." R. Carpenter, pastor of
tho Universallst Church of Belpre
Subjects: Morning, "Tho Heaven We
Hope For." Evening, "Tho Samaritan
Gilrnan Ave. M. E. Church Morning
subject: "The Flight of the Hireling."
Evening subject: "Instability." Sub
ject for League meeting, at U p m,,
"Temptation to Presumption." Miss
Inez Preston, leader.
At the Presbyterian Church the usual
services. Subject In the morning: "The
Essentials of Christianity." In tho
evening, tho concluding sermon of tho
series on "Our Present Municipal
Problem, Tho ConHrol of tho Saloon
German St. Luke's Church, Corner
Fourth and Scammel streets. Public
examination of tho catechisms. Ser
vices begin at 10.30, sun time, Every
First Congregational Church, Morn
ing Subject "the reign of law". Even
ing, Lovest thou me?
Curo J'or Ilcmluclic.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Electric Bitters has proved to be
tho very best It effects a permanent
cure and the most dreaded habitual
sick headaches yiold to its influence.
Wo urge all whoaro afflicted to procure
a bottle, and give this remedy a fair
trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric Bitters cures by giving the
needed tonio to the bowels, nnd few
cases long resist the use of this medi
cine. Try it once. Fifty cents and
$1.00 at W. H. Sty'er's Drugstore.
Stehlo's Addition 25 acres, platted, easy of
access by trolley or otherwise. Lots CO by 150
leet, streets 60 feet wide.
Call at room l, Law Building to see plat,
learn prices and terms,
J. D. Paynk, Special Ant.,
R. STEnLE, Marietta, O.
3?"Lett at some storo or bank lu the city, a
box of ono doz. collars marked C. Tho Under
will confer favor by leaving at Leader Offlco.
J6J" WANTKD. A good Dining room and
CountcrQlrl, Immediately. Apply atOaltree's
restaurant, Union Depot. 2t.
tTho Donsmore typewriter may be had of
r W Tornor, this city, solo agent for Washing
ton county. e o d
jjfcjy Georgo W Curtis wlBb.cs to state that
lio Is mepared to do cleaning about nrcmHes,
and will do the work propcily and cheaply.
Address 721 Second street.
ttjy Foil SALE. Entire east half of Block
13, West Side Marietta, 100 feet on Knox St ,
120 on Franklin, and 120 on Pearl St. Will sell
as a whole, Inquire of Dr. S. M.Hart, Wlttllg
building, Front street.
sarDn.W. M. HAKT, Dentist. -Office 1!
Putnam St., between Front and Second..
gasron. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
tarDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
STFOlt SALE Entire Waul pinporty on
Sctond St. near Vutimm, 00i.l0 ft , JM, now
routine for oy or f 600 p?r year. Will bo sold as
awholoor In uaus. Good butincss fronton
I'utnmn St. NoWcircM-room llbuBO on Front
street, !5C0. Desirable halt lot on Second St.,
below Wooster, Thlrtcon lino building lots In
Campus Martlue, from tfOj to f 1 00, on easy
torms. All kinds of real estate bought and sold.
J. A. Flumeu & Son,
Cor. Putnam and Second Sts.
10 Housog. and lot on monthly payment.
i Mew Houses tSlO each.
j Farms to exchange for City property,
One six; Roomed House, ,600. Many other
ry, It HT
Houses and lo for sale.i -
WARD ft STONE, m Second St.
elegant Garnitures described in fashion articles
are to be found only in the GreatCities. If -you
have that idea', and are induced by this adver
tisement to look at the splendid line of fine
Dress Trimmings we are now showing, our ob
Spangled Bands in Persian and Dresden color
schemes, Brilliant Jet
tirely new designs, Jet Bands on silk net foun
dation and a variety narrow Trimmings show
ing Roman Pearls, Rhinestones or Turquoise.
Buttons to Match. Batiste Bands, richly em
broidered and all the new ideas in Laces and
Insertions. If you are interested in Trimmings
let us show you our stock.
S. R. TURNER & CO
Is the best salesman on earth. A
low prices on everything we bell
variations in our methods it's our constant endeavor to place relia
ble merchandise of all kinds so-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 Jaccjuard weaves, all
qualities, at lowest prices.
Headquarters for Black Goods.
All wool Serges, Henriettas, Erocades, Crepons and Mohair novelties.
NEW WASH GOODS.
New embroideries, new laces in lact each department is filled
with choice new goods. Call and see us.
A full supply of the popular Standard 'publications can be found
at our storo at all times. A large stock of up-to-date and stylish
patterns just received.
172 FKONT STREET.
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Down Go the Bicycles.
We have decided to give
We will sell wheels on 10
reacn ot all. We guarantee every wneei we sell.
This is Gash only.
Hagan & Schad,
229 Second Street, -
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Special "Values Fox This "Week.
Keeping everlastingly at it, seeking the best goods for tho least
price, bound to ljave, determined not to rest till we found them,
that's how wo came by these Linens; it is the only way under the
sun that they could be had at the price.
72-inch All Linen Cream Damask at
50c per yard, worth 75c.
(11-inch All Linen Bleached Damash
at 50c per yard, worth 05c.
. 70-inch All Linen Bleached Damask,
very fine, at 80o per yard, worth ?1.25
Turkish Towols at 5c.
Cotton Ton ols at 4 for 25c.
Linen Towols at IP, ,12, 15, 20 and
?5c. Special values. '
A glance at these pripes will convince you that our hard work was
not in vain. There is money's worth hero that you Jmvo. not, met
T 1 iL! 11 . 1 till
Wholesale. 119aiid 121j,rJTNAM, stbkkt.
You have an i repres
sion that the rich and
ject is attained.
We will not urge
you to buy, but
we do want you
to SEE these
and know that
there is one
store in Marietta
where you can
find this class of
Passementeries in en
fact we never lose sight of.
make this store so popular,
all a chance to get a wheel
profit. This brings them in
- Opp. Union Depot.
All Linen Bleached Crush at 5c per yd.
All Linen Bleached Crash, heavy, at
8c per yard.
Extra Heavy Bamsley Crash at" 10c
per yard, worth 12Jc.
54-lnch Turkey Bed
Damask at IGo
Extra Size Crochet Quilts at 70c.
Extra SIzo Marsellls Pattern Quilt at
fl.00 worth $1.25.
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