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SCHUBERT iSYMPHONY CLUB and Lady Quartette Auditorium To-night.
-TIWWI - ' r ST -'--'Sr."'"; 'V V, rtf ""y
Has it been demonstrated that
Oraig's photographs excel all.
The Marietta Picture Man.
Ib coming' onap aco. You
will need somo seasonable
clothing. Thero ,
Always somo place to pur
chase; some, of course, bet
ter thai others. We belong
to that class. People are
Into our storo daily who say
they always got full valuo
when they traded with us,
Knee Pant Suits $2.60 to
$0.00; Boys' Suits $5.00 to
$12.00; Men's Suits $7.00 to
$18.00. ftavo the lower
priced goods if you -wont
them, but prefer to put our
best foot forward up-to-date
tailoring and satisfac
tion guaranteed in goods,
fit and workmanship.
188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
and from this on wo will
give 100 engraved Can
ine Cards and plate for
$1,00. This offer
In from this on." No lady in Mariatto
lw need bo without nice cards,
"I -rice now is as cheat) as nrlnt-
I 116 ed cards. Engrayed cards nev
er co out of style. What was
is pood stylo for
all time. You can
secure this bar
gain in cards
fijf The Marietta Book Store,
" ,177 Front Street,
not only to-day but
In everything else wo carry a fine
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. H. 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.
Are you interested in bicycles ?
Do you expect to purchase one for
this season? If so, call' and see
what -wo can do for you. If we
can not give you satisfaction in
wheel and price we don't want to
make the sale. We have the best
makes on the market and we know
it will be to your interest to "see"
us before purchasing, at Eodick
Koerner & Richardson
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESDAY, APRIL I, I BOO
PERSONAL AND L0GAL.
Well, hero we nro this morning in
to'tho month of April Now let us
have somo othcral mildness.
-i-Tho Schubert Symphony Club and
Lady Quartette will arrlvo by the C. &
M. this morning.
Prof. W. G. Beach has rented tho
Louis Mouser houso on uppor Fourth
St., and will movo in at once.
Mr. B. Turnoy Keyes, ofColumbus
is circulating among friends in tho city
for a few days.
Mr. Clark, an oil man who has been
living on uppor Fourth St. hds pur
chased the Preston Doan property on
Sixth street of J. II. MeCullongh and
will movo into it at once.
Dr. Fred Sturgiss expects to locate
at Iluntlngton, W. Va. In a sbort time
for the practice of medicine.
Now is tho time to buy your Easter
millinery. Grand opening Tuesday,
Wednesday'and Thursday at Beo Hive
Theodore Boyd, syndicato cor
respondent from FarkersbUf g, was in
Marietta yesterday; and ho spoko in
favorablo terms of Marietta and her
Miss Botsy Danlols, who sinco 1821
has lived in Marietta, dlod Tuesday
morning, at the ago of 87 years. She
had been almost a life-long member of
tho Methodist Eniscopal church. Her
funeral will occur this afternoon at
o'clock, from her late home.
Married, in this city, Tuesday, the
31st, by tho Rev. Mr. Stewart, Mr. Ed
ward F. Ferguson, of Watertown, and
Mrs. Mary E. Dickey, of Ormiston.
The wedding occurred at the home of
M. T. Dawson.
Advance sales indieato that there
will bo a large attendance at the con
cert this evening.
To those persons who like to see a
man with a moustache, Mr. Max Rau,
of the Buckeye Clothing Store, is not
so handsome as ho was. If not so good
looking, ho knows more than ho did
especially about tho combustibility of
natural gas, particularly when it is
confined in a big barrel stove. In
studying the philosophy of tho ignition
yesterday morning. Max got his face
pretty well into tho stovo door, so ho
could seo good, and applied a match
! ! Well, his face no longer
,wears that fascinating black mous
tache, and his oyelids are bald, and
sigh for hair inyiff orator. Tho front of
his clothes will have to take a nap to
look natural, and his left hand is rid
ing in a sling.
It will pay you to visit tho Bee
Ilivo Storo Tuesday, Wednesday or
C. J. VanValey is back to his post
at tho Union Ticket Office. E. E. Hart,
who has been doing duty there, will go
to Utley nnd take care of tho T. & C.
Mrs. Theo. F. Davis entertained
tho Duplicate Whist Club yesterday
Greater bargains than ever before
in millinery goods at Beo Iliye Store.
Real Estate Agent G. B. Sunder
land sold tho Mrs. C. Chapman prop
erty Monday to E. J. Rockard for tho
sum of $1,700.
Don't forget the concert to bo given
under tho auspices Of tho Knights of
Pythias this evening.
Tho infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Chase. Shepard died Tuesday
morning of erysipeles.
Mrs. M. F. Bartlott is at the homo
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B' F.
Everything bright and new In
millinery goods with prices at the bot
tom, .quality at tho top, at tho Beo
Try Superior Canned Corn and "Ye
Olden Time Hominy." Both the very
IN THE OIL FIELD.
Back of St. Marys Saturday Barns
dall and Mallory got a small well on
Whisky run. It is located in tho neigh
borhood of tho small well recently drill
ed by Nesbitt & Co. but the Barnsdall
and Mallory well is quite a disappoint
ment ns many were exporting it to
show a valuable pool.
In what is known as tho Athey flold
near WHliamstown, tho Dayldson Oil
Company have located Nos. 3 and 3 on
tho McTaggart farm, which adjoins
the Yates Oil Company's well on tho
Athey farm. The No. 1 MoTaggert is
doing between 10 and 13 barrels a day.
It is understood quite a good bit of
drilling will be done lnthls neighbor
hood when tho roads get good.
Tho well of Baer & Alford on tho D.
Ogdin farm is holding up to at about 75
barrels a day.
Your Boy Wont Llyo a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mass,, was told by tho
doctors. His son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and bo
spent threo hundred and seyenty-fiyo
dollars -with doctors, who finally gavo
him up, saying: "Your boywont live a
month." Ho tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health nnd enabled him to go
to work, a perfectly well man. Ho says
ho owes his present good health to the
use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and
known it to ba the best in the world
for Lunjr trouble. Trial. Bottles Free
Council mot Tuesday ovbnlng
nlno members present.
Minutes of last meeting wero
On request of Graccy, Kaiser &
Mooro tho matter of granting tho
franchise for an clccMc car lino was
postponod ono wcok in order to givo
nioro tlmo to sccuro rights of way on
Duildiug permits wero grantod to C.
M. Coffman on Fort street, Dodrick
Papo on Sevonth strcot and Jacob
Godol on Seventh streot.
A resolution was passed regarding
tho serving of a notice on property
owners on certain trcots to connect
with sower, exempting tho portions of
certain streets from tho notice.
An ordinance was passed establish
ing ths grade on Fourth strcot from
Ohio to Montgomery, preparatory to
the improvement of the strcot.
Tho plat of Valley View Addition,
presented by Mills & McLaren, waB
Tho voting places for the cominc
election wero named as follows: First
Ward, Morgenstern's shop; Second
Ward, Dyo Bros, building on Grebno
streot; Third Ward, City Hall; Fourth
Ward, Albrecht's barber shop; Fifth
Ward, Remley's shoo store; Sixth Ward,
Munsoy's barber shop.
A petition from tho property owners
requesting a crossing on Fifth street,
between Woostor and Washington,
was referred to tho Street committee.
Tho matter of condemning proporty
to widen Mulberry streot was referred
to Street committee.
After allowing the usual, number of
bills Council adjourned.
Watorford and Beverly.
Mr. Jewott, father of Rov. Jewett, of
this circuit, died Sunday night.
Tho remains of M. L Dixon wero
brought from tho Infirmary Monday
and Interred at Beverly
Len. Morey had his hand badly torn
by being caught in the engino of
Moroy'b saw-mill, last Saturday.
Mrs. Robt. Morey was thrown from
a horse ono day last week and was
quite severely injured.
Chas. Buchanan is paying fancy
prices for puro bred poultry, this week.
Mrs.' Lizzie Brookaw, of Round Bot
tom, moved to Coal Run Tuesday.
Art Crawford, of Coal Run, Is suffer
ing with gangrene In his feet.
Ell Greene sold interest in his
portable mill, last week.
Mrs. Jane Stump is lying dangerous
ly ill at her father's, Mr. Bebout, west
Tho siding on tho Boverly bridge
has been repaired, so when ono gots
top heavy thero is no dangor of his go
Miss Lucy Hardin, of Coal Run, vis
ited her aunt, Emily Stewart, last Sat
urday. C. F. Shlnn has gone to tho oil field
at Elba and Warner, this week, so you
can look for somo genuine (?) oil news.
Mrs. M. R. Malster is yisitlng her
daughter at Washington C. H., this
Fred Callahan, who has been haying
a siege of typhoid fever in Missouri,
will bo ablo to come home in a few
II. A. Staley and Alex. Clark, two
old residents of Boverly, aro very 111 at
Tho river is finding tho low grounds.
If leasing land and talk'ng "oil" will
sink a well, then Wolf Creek will soon
be tested. In the meantime, however,
wo must not neglect stating that
preparations are, being made to drill at
Tho Z. & O. work train is graveling
tho road bed from the pit below here
to Swifts, Tho high trestlo at the
mouth of Wolf Creek is nearly com
pleted, that Is the fill.
Schools at Beverly aro having their
Spring vacation this week.
The usual number of remoyals will
occxir on the First inst. in Beyerly.
Jesse Stewart, a deaf mute, has open
ed up a harness shop at Coal Run. He
is a good workman and deserves pa
tronage. Watorford township.has three tickets
in ttw field this year Populist, Demo
cratic and Republican, and tho main
hustlo seems to be for Assessor. Re
spective candidates aro Ed. Leget, Jno.
Malster and W. W. Allison. In Bover
ly tho contest is for Marshal; F. S.
Beebo vs. L. Fowlor.
A brick walk to the Beverly ceme
tery is being planned and nearly all of
tho necessary funds have been sub
scribed. C. F. S.
nucliIon'aArii ca Halve.
Tn Best Salve In tho world for
Cuts, Brulsos, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rhautn, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay roqulred. It Is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or mono.v re
iundod. Prlco i cents per box.
For sale by W. H. Styer.
Clerk in Jewelry store Gold rings?
Yes Blr, step thisTvny please. Eighteen
Mulvanoy "No sir, 'oi'vo been altln
onions av ut's anny o' yuro blzness."
The World's Fair Test's
showed no baking powder
so pare or so great In lew
amtiig power i'tht Royal
when you have eat
en heartily, you
should take one
only of Doctor
and 11 v.
ulatinjr, ns well
effect of these A
cq granules. '
. If you feel W
or debilitated ;
if vou've nn .in.
fttit! flllrl frcrM1Alt lia.fl.AllBII n AtlMmitMttm
a furred or coated tongue it proves thai
you're btltous. In that case you should
use the "Pellets." They are anti-bilious
granules, which act in a prompt and natural
way, without griping.
BEST PILLS FOR THB LIVER.
ROBERT MANSON, Of
West Rye, Rockingham
Co, N, H writes:
"Three years ago I
commenced taking Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medi
cal Discovery; I
weighed 140 pounds,
and now I weigh 175
Foundb, so you Bee how
have gained in health
and weight. Doctor
Pierce's Pellets are the
best pills I ever took
for the liver. All my
friends say they do
them the most good."
of JVa i6r Summit Ave,
nue, Philltpsburgh, JV. '
writes: "There is noth-
ing. can compare
mm r. rierce's Pleas
ant Pellets, as Liver Pills.
They hae done more
good than any other med
icine I have ever taken."
Mr. 8. Baker, Sn.
Just received a choice selection of
Shirt Waist Sets, Belts, Sterling Silver
Souvenir Spoons nnd other Novol-
ties suitable for
Easter and Wedding Presents.
Why is it that these goods wo sell so low
And give our friends this splendid show?
Wo buy for cash and sell for cash,
Expenses small, stock always fresh;
And business done with cleverness.
This must succeed in every clime,
More proper in our present time. -
diaries - 31xim.e,
Bank Block. - - Putnam St
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio,
Surveys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewehaoe.
3SDn. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St.. between Front and Second.
S3ETDR. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office
Front otrsot, opposite Soldiers Monument.
SSTDK. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eyo
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
SSrrOR SALE. A fine young yolco of Oxen,
8 years old, good color. Address J. W. Dyar,
Rainbow, Washington Co.
S3TE ASTER OPENING at Llzzla BIszantz &
Company's, March 31st, April 1st and 2nd,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
EafMILLINERY OPENING.-Mlss A. B.
Henntng will have an Easter Display of Pat
tern Hats nnd Bonnets, Wednesday and Thurs
day, April 1st and 2nd.
tXL. K. HANNEN will havo an Easter Dis
play of Millinery on Wednesday and Thursday,
April 1st and 2nd. Ladies Invited.
Kff-HOOM FOR RENT. Front room with
natural gas and use of bath room. 418 Mus
tSTWANTED A good, competent girl to do
general housework in a small family. Must
be ablo to give good reference. Apply at 227
jgy-roR 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, Wittllg
building, Front street.
BOTFOR SALE Two business fronts on
Greene street. New '8 room houso on upper
Front street, $J,200. Two houses on Front
street below Washington, 12000, one-thiid down
and rest on long time. Desirable lots on'Sev-
enth and Eighth streets, $200 and 300, on easy
terms. Twenty aero farm within one mile o'
tho city, on easy terms. Housas and lots in all
parts of the city from $750 upwards.
J. A. Pi.umeu Son,
Corner Putnam and Second.
10 Houses and lot on moDthly payment.
2 New Houses ?S50 each.
Farms to exchange for City property.
One Six Roomed House, CI,CO0. Many other
Houses and lots for sale.
WARD & STONE, 235 Second St.
Stehle's Addition-25 acres, platted, easy ol
access by trolley or otherwise. Lots JO by 150
feet, streets 80 feet wide.
Call at room E, Law Building to see plat,
learn prices and terms.
J, D. Payne, Special Act.,
R. Stkiile, Marietta, O.
Coo. B.Sunderland, Dealer In Real
Estate and Patents
1 Fine Corner Lot on Warren and Eighth
Fine Building Lots on corner of Eighth and
Washington, priced at Bargains, from (3C0
Viutfwr An W&0GI
5 Fine vacant lots on Front street from ?500 to
10, Terms good.
l Lot on Front, below Wooster, licco.
1 Lot on Scammel, above Fourth. tl650,
0 Houses on West Side at a bargain.
8 " near Boiler Plant.
1 Good Business Bouse on Front street.
For Girls' Dresses buy "JAMEST0WNS." No Dress Fabric
Ar vetM . n,dai-B2P
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Oont Worry About Venezuela
Think of the Great Slaughter Sale of Dress
Goods at JONES' DRY GOODS STORE.
When apples grow on rose bushes you may
have "Another Chance Like This," but not be
These Goods and good Bread and Butter are
alike "STAPLE and POPULAR."
We invite your inspection of our different de
partments, which are overloaded with this
seasons choicest goods.
Special Silk Exhibit.
Dame fashion has decreed that silks shall be
more popular than ever. Price and the wonder
ful progressiveness of this 1 9th Century make
it possible for these queenly fabrics to come
within the reach of all.
Here are four lots which will agreeably
One lot Printed Warp Silk, $ 1 .00.
" Taffeta Silk, .75.
Figured Silk, .40. .
Kiakia Silk, .25.
The Fashion Sheets, Patterns and other pub
lications of the Standard Fashion Co. for April
are now here and being distributed.
A perfect compound for cleaning Wall Paper,
Kalsomine and Frescoes. Removes all
smoke, dust, etc.; and makes the
paper bright as new. Con
tains no Poison.
Sold Only at
Putnam Street Drug Store
Tile. Yes, Tile.
We have just received the largest shipment of Tile ever brought
to tliis city. A great variety of colors, all varieties and styles.
We can lurnish you a Fine Tile Hearth nearly as cheap as the old
style Brick hearth can be laid.
The Fireplace is the first consideration in the beauty and comfort
of a new house. It will be to your bost intest to seo our
Mantels, Tiles and Grates,
In fact all tho Fireplace Trimmings.
Give us a call, and we will take great pleasuro in showing you our
line. It is most complete in every respect.
H. A. Wagner & Bro,. 404 Third st
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FEONT BT. MARIETTA, O
PreH! atUnUaK plvan ta t'.m
pauaiiij at PrasarlfiUfl-s,
known equals them
for wear, and when
you see them you. will
agree with us that
they are unsurpassed
for beauty and style.
A complete stock now
Of course, we have
all the cheaper Dress
Stuffs and in LARGER
variety than ynu will
see them anywhere.
You will hardly
have a Dress Goods
si want that we cannot
Tonsorial Art Palace.
Citizens Nat. Bank Building.
Finest outfit In the city.
Four chairs, and all conveniences.
Ladles' Hatr-cuttlng and Shampooing
I Specialty. ,.
CONRAD BAUM Proprietor.
aVW. a, Styer's Drug Store.