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See "Outcasts of a Great City," JMTmday Night, April 6th. A Great Show!
IHas it been demonstrated that
Craig's photographs excel all.
i ne Marietta newsman.
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Is coming onap ace. , You
will need somo seasonable
Always some place to pur
chase; some, of course, bet
ter than others. ,Wo belong
to that class. People are
Into our store daily who say
they always got full value
when they traded with us.
Kneo Pant Suits 82.50 to
tO.OO; Boys' Suits 5.00 to
S12.00; Men's Suits J7.00 to
$18.00. Dave the lower
priced goods if you want
them, but prefer to put our
best foot forward up-to-date
tailoring and satisfac
tion guaranteed in goods,
fit and workmanship.
I 188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
Just received a choice selection of
Shirt Waist Sets, Belts, Sterling Silver
Souvenir Spoons and other Novel
ties suitable for
Easter and Wedding Presents.
Why is it that these goods we sell so low
In 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.
Charles - Blurne,
Bank Block. - - Putnam St
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. Biree &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 'W bicycles"?
Do you expect to purchase one for
thiB season ? " 'If so, call and see
whatwe can do for you. If wo
can not give you satisf, iction -in
wheel and price we don't want to
make the sale. We have tho beBt
makes on the market and wo know
it will be to your interest to "see"
us before purchasing, at Rodick
Koerner & Richardson
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1880
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Miss Ilalla Sktvtugton is .homo
from'Plttsburji on ti brief visit.
L. E. Smlth.of tho Bellcvuo hotel,
is at Mlddlobourne, W. Va., at tho bed
side of his brother, who is ill.
Mrs. O. J. Stowu nnd daughter
Josephino, of Iioverly, aro in tho city,
tho guests of Mrs. Stowe's ,parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. VnnMetre.
B. V. Richardson, local editor
the Times, is ablo to bo out after
lilnrsg of several days with an .attack
- erlppfei " Ml 0- VA fft iful
buslnoss at Slstorsyillo nnUcwillleavti
f6r that town Mbnflay. fffi jr f,
George Day, tho Columbus gam-
bier who robbed Charles Dyo, of this
city, was bound over to court in tho
sum of $300.
Miss Harriet Hobby returned last
night fjtom St Cloud, Minn., and, wo
understand, will reside in Marietta,
Mrs. T. II. Kelly, of Cincinnati,
died at her homo Thursday night, sud
denly. Mr. Kelly, son of P. H. Kelly,
of Waterford, and a graduato of Mari
etta College, is well known in Mari
etta, and his friends are pained to
know of liissovere loss.
William Bules and George Spraguo,
who live a short distance west of the
city, engaged in a fight in tho saloon
of Kennedy & Rompe on Putnam street
Friday. They were locked up by Of
ficers Posey and Latterner.
A. O. Jones, of Zanesvllle, was in
the city on business Friday.
The addresB of A. D. Follett, of
this city, doUvered before the Mus
kingum county Historical Society
Thursday is highly praised by the
Don't forgot "Outcasts of a great
City" Monday night '
Mr. and Mrs. B. Albrochtwore sub
jected to a wotting Friday whilo driv
ing to Marietta from their home about
four miles up tho Muskingum. Their
hofse became unmanageable and
dragged tho buggy into the river be
fore it could be controlled.
The Thorniley building on Greene
street has been sold by J. A. Plumer &
Son to J. S.Goebel for $0,500. The
building has a frontage of 27 feet and
00 feet in depth.
Greater bargains than ever before
in millinery goods at Bee Hiye Store.
H. N. Dyar leaves today for Mar
ion on a visit o5 a few days with rela
Tho Hall & Moore assignee's sale
will occur today, afi 1 o'clock p. tn.r up
on the premises, West Side.
The- Womans Christian Temper
ance Union of Washington county will
hold thoir annual convention in tho M.
E. church, corner of Third and Wooster
streets, on. April -3d and 24th. Mrs.
Law, a national organizer, will bo
present during the entiro convention,
delivering lectures on both evenings.
A son was born Friday, April 3d,
to Mr. and Mrs. William Corner, Mar
Tho residoncq-of Mr. F. S. Shuriek,
on Fourth street, is being remodelod
and extensively repaired.
Mr.VV. E. Caskey and family left
Friday for Circleyille to attend the
funeral of his brothor,"who was killed
a few days ago in a mine explosion in
Sunrise prayer meeting at the Gil
man Aye. M. E. Church, Easter morn
ing at 0 o'clock.
Thoro will bo an egg hunt at the
United Brethren Church, corner of
Wooster and Mulberry streets, Satur
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock. The chil
dren are all invited to come.
There are several cases of measles
at Cutler, this county. In one family
there aro three cases of scarlet fever.
The latter is quarantined. f
The monthly business meeting of
the "Y" society will bo held Saturday
afternoon at half-past three, in the
High School building.
Now is the time to buy your Easter
millinery. Grand opening Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday at Boo Hive
t H, II. Kramer, of New York, rep
resenting tho Majestic bicycle, was in
tho city Friday and gaye an cxhibtion
of expert riding.
Tickets for tho Congregational
Church Choir Concert April 10th will
bo put on sale at the Colonial Book
Store and tho Corner Drug Store to-
uay. rrice so cents. - , I J
c-The, Graf tqn accojunjodation on the
B. & uv winery ,1011; i-aruorsDtrrg
Friday morning, was'wreck'e'd about 8
o'clock on Silyer Run grade, by, run
ning into a large rocrc. Engineer
Lucas and Fireman Dunnington both
jumped, tho latter escaping without a
scratch. Lucas did not fare so well,
receiving a deep gash fivo inches long
on his forehead and ii'lo of the head
and many othor bruises.
William Barnes, with his family
and. household effects, arrived in Mari
etta Friday and will reside hero per
manently, Everything bright and new in
millinery goods with prices at the bot
tom, quality at the top, at the Bee
1'arkersburg young ladios who go
to Marietta to tho theater should re
mombcr that thero is a new law just
passed by tho Ohio legislature making
It an offenso punishable by a lino of
from t2 to $10 for any lady to wear in
an Ohio theater a hat largo onough to
obstruct tho view of tho person sitting
bohind her. But tho manager of the
theater has to pay it. Sentinel.
Tho stoamers Keystone State and
Ruth will bo up today for Pittsburg.
Tho Ben Hur passed "down last
night with a good trip of miscellane
ous freight ,
Mr. Ed. Young has resigned his po
sition with W. N. Payno and next
Monday will enter tho employ of J. E.
Leonard, tho jowlor.
,irf-D,r,,U Lambert, ot Chester lull, ar
rived Hero FrlUav anu 'as''aoon ns ho
camflnd,a eujlal) jihoiJsejfWill retnovo
Mr. H. L. Wefs leavl twlth his
family next,Monday forDayton, Ohio,
where ho has., purchased nn in
terest in a drug store and where they
will reside. Mr. Weis' many friends
in Marietta wish him a full measure of
Walter Wigton & Co. vs. S. Duncan
Kerns is tho titlo of an attachment
suit filed in Common Pleas Court March
31st The amount claimed is $1175 with
The regular meeting of Marietta
Commandery, No.(50, Knight Templar,
was held last night. N
people to eat
is made for tho bes
First M. E. Church, Corner Wooster
and Third streets Service at 10:80 A.
M., conducted by the Sunday School,
assisted by the choir.
2. Processional Come All .Ye Faith
ful. 3. Invocation.
4. Anthem To Deura.
G. Interesting exercises by the Infant
Department with over 100 scholars
and 10 teachers, showing the methods
of instruction and results.
7. Songs, recitations' and beautiful
Ribbon Drill by intermediate depart
ment. 8. Music, addresses and reports by
tho senior department and oQicors of
Unitarian Church Morning subject:
"Paul's Easter Hope."
Special music. Anthem "Golden
Harp3 aro Sounding," Thos. G. Shop-
Solo, Mrs. Willis Morris. Offertory
"The Day of Resurrection," Max Vog
Evening subject: "Is Christ Risen
Special music. Ascription. Anthem
"Christ Our Passover," Schilling.
Solo, Mrs. W. II. Ebingor. Anthem
"Ho Is Risen," Joseph Surdo.
Choir: Mrs. W. H. Ebinger. Mrs. Wil
lis Morris, Mrs. Flanders, Miss Knox,
Messrs. Beach, Curtis, Croqks and Han
cock. Orchestral accompaniment morning
and evening: Mr. Theis, violin; Mr.
Wehrs, cello; Mr. Brcnan, oboe; Mr.
Witlig, flute; Mr. Bunch, cornet; Mrs.
, Presbyterian Morning, "The Faith
ful Witness." Evening, "Jesus Christ
and Modern Rationalism." '
German St Lukes Full festive ser
vice in the morning with confession
nnd holy communion. In the eyening
church extension celebration of tho
Gllman avenue M. E. Morning,
"Consolation1 of Immortality." The
Knight Templars will visit tho church
In a body. Evening Sabbath School
Missionary service. Epworth League
sunriso prayer meeting at 0 a. m.
Subject "Christ as a Biblei Student."
First Congregational Morning, 'The
Resurrection." Evening A Bpecial
Easter service by the Sunday School.
The following musical program will be
"Offertgire," organ, Salome.
"Praise the Lord," choir, Mozart
"Christ our Passover," choir, 'Shil
ling. "Peace I Leave With You," choir,
"Adyent March," organ, Pearson.
"Lauctus," organ, Gunod.
"Te Deum," choir, Buck.
"They Have Taken Away My Lord,"
"Christ Our Passover," choir, Gil
christ. "Postlude," organ, Lemaigre.
Harmar Congregational For the
morning service a special program has
been proparedby members of the Sun
day School, consisting, of music.
Vetsitations. respbnbes, etc. In tho eye-
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inn puaiur win pruuuu
nacklen'nAra ca Salvo.
Tub Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcors, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tottor, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and poultlvoly cures Files
or no pay required. It Js guarantoed to
?lvo perfect satisfaotlon, or tnone.v ro
unded. Price 25 cents per box.
For salo bv W. H. Styer.
August Ilandschumachcr, of Warner,
and Minnie V. Law, of Liberty town
ship. The World's Fair Tests
showed ao baking powder
t0 part or so great la Jkmv
0mtmgpow0rs tks RoyML
Who wins Jn the
race? Is it aside man? 1
Is it a man who to
weak? Is it a man '
An athlete trains, for
leverv race. The best
it .. . - .
athletes train all the
time. They are always
in perfect condition.
It is pretty safe to say
that the best man will,
always win. The man
who is strong and in
the best condition will
surely distance his
In the race for suc
cess, the best man will
vin if he takes care of
hlniself. He cannot
win if he neglects his
physical condition. It
doesn't make any dif
ference how smart he
- I TT lain UaiIh JmmI
V Ktrnncr. lip will never
finish the race. He must look first for a
clcarj Ticalthy, strong body, because the
billy .trfakes and supports the brain. If the
hqarrpumpsjmpurc blood into the brain,
you cannot expect tueoman to oe ciear
Vheaaed,1 you cannot 'exlpeCt him to accomV
puu luubui 1, u mail', uiuuu iix fu.w u..
rich, there can'not be -muck the matter with
him. If It isn't purc'ind rich, ,he may have
almost any disease under the sun, and Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cure it. It doesn't make any difference
wha- form the disease takes, or by what
name it is called. Nearly all diseases
spring; from impure blood. If you make
the blood pure, you remove the cause and
cure the disease. That's common sense
and medical sense and scientific sense.
' You might learn a thousand valuable
lessons about preserving your health by
reading ur. ncrce-e common
Sense Medical Adviser. It Is
1 grand booc and the present
:dition is absolutely free to
all who send si one-cent
stamns to cover cost of mail
ing only. It contairis 1008
pages and over 300 engrav
ings. 680,000 cloth-bound cop
ies have been sold at $t.so
rnrlt. This free edition is
stroncr manilla paper covrs, otherwise
it is just the same. Address World's Dis
pensary Medical Association, uuuaiu, . 1.
and from this on wo will
glvo 100 engraved Call
incr Cards and nlato for
51,00. 'mis oner
from this on. No lady in Marlatte
need be without nice cards,
TI ft price now Is as cheap as print
I 116 cd cards. Engrayed cards nev
er go out of style. What was
gain in cards
is good stylo for
all time. You can
secure this bar-
(jf The Marietta Book Store,
" 177 Front Street,
not only to-day but
In everything else wo carry a fine
MASON & MILLS,
Second St opp. Union Depot
Neat, Stylish Work. Satis-, .
W. P. MASON,
, CIVIL ENGINEER,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Surveys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
jayDK.'W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 13
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
t"DB. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
I2TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of tho eye
and flttinR of glasses. Law Building Putnam
tSGeo. W. Curtis, 721 Second street, does
all kinds ot cleaning and hauling. Drop a
postal to him.
t3?"FOR SALE. A line young yolto of Oxen,
8 years old, good color. Address J. W. Dyar,
Rainbow, Washington Co.
JO? ROOM FOR RENT. Front room with
natural gas and use of bath room. 418 Mus
tWANTED A good, competent girl to do
.general housework in a small family. Must
be able to give good reference. Apply at 227
Ifcjy-FoU 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 ot Dr. S. M.Hart, Wittlig
building, Front street.
t-FOR SALE. A new 4 roomed house
$1200. A fine business front on Greene St. and
good business front on Putnam St House and
lot on Seventh St. above Greenn ?900. Six de
sirable building lots on upper Front St. $100
each. Campus Martlus lots from J700 to 4120O.
Some ot thellnest building locations in the
city, on easy terms. Houses on the West 8ide
at i 000. ? 1100, 1500, $1800, tmo and J3000. Fine
brick house on Fourth St. near Putnam St.
J. A. Plumeh & Son,
Corner Putnam and Second,
' t ' FOR SALE.
10 Houses and iot on monthly payment.
2 New Houses J8S0 each
Farms to exchange ipv City rWPrty y
One Six Robmed Housf, $t,5J0;J Magfother
WARD & STONE, 235 Second S.
' Fa I rv low Holuhts.
Stehle's Addition 23 acres, platted, easy of
access by trolley or otherwise. Lots 10 by 160
feet, streets 84 feet wide. ,
Call at room E, Law Building to see plat,
learn prices and terms.
J. D. Payne, Special Agt.,
It. Steiile, Marietta, O.
Coo. B.Sunderland, Dealer In Real
Estate and Patents
1 Fine Corner Lot on Warren and Eighth
Fine Building LotsVm corner of Eighth and
Washington, Priced at Bargains, from 1300
s Finn vacant lots on Front street from 1500 to
$5)0. Terms good.
1 Lot on Front, below Wooster, HMO.
1 Lot on Scammel, above Fourth, 11810.
0 Houses on West Bide at a bargain,
8 " . near Boiler Plant.
1 Good Business House on Front street
Those Graduation Gowns
Were thoUCTht Of Whfill
the appropriate material for such use are gath
ered here in large variety.
Silks and Silk and. Wool Fabrics at modest
pletion of the Gown are here in full assortment.
Just the Fan you wantfor the occasion is here
and the proper Gloves. Long White Kid Gloves
at $ 1 ,00 a pair. This is the place to find what
you want, and make your money go the
S; R. TURNER & CO.
Pont 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
fore. 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 19th Century make
it possible for these queenly fabrics to come
witnin'tne reach ot all.
Here are four lots which will agreeably
One lot Printed Warp Silk, $ 1 .00.
Taffeta Silk, .75..
Figured Silk, .40.
The Fashion Sheets, Patterns and other pub
lications of the Standard Fashion Co. for April
are now here and being distributed.
How is this? A Good Strong 26 Wheel for $35.00, guaranteed.
For the past week or ten days we have been receiving and opening
up' the'largest and finest line Bicycle Sundries ever shown in this city.
Almost every thing irom tho small spring for a M. & W. valve to a
hiffhff rade wheel at bottomjprices. See our windows.
"ia:A.a-jL3sr sc sohad,
Opposite Union Depot.
Telephone No. 118.
Special Easter Sale
- This Week
0ptnew lino isrcompleto with'all the
)vcltles of tlio;K,eason in Silk, "Velvet
LU VjIUIU. YU Will JUUKO E3UUC1UI D
Wd Will make spccial'prices
during ttfiSTVveelr. Call before tin
sortment is broken. " r
5 Hook Lacing and Button Kid Glove,
for this week only, 50 cents per pair;
worth 75 cents.
We want to see you at our store during this week. There are many
- things not mentioned herethat will interest you.
Wholesale, 119 and 121 putnam street. Ketail
Wfi WP.rpt huvino" and nil
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prices, softly draping
wool stuff at still more
modest prices; Dotted
Swisses in white and col
ors, and Fine Imported
Organdiesin various del
Mousseline e Soie?l
Ghiffon, Crape De Chine
and all the other dainty
requisites for the com
229 Second Street.
"AlUtbe'new styles and shapes aro
here and, best of all, wo can savo you
rnoney oni thorn. - v.i,i t&- ,
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We have thorn. Graceful, pretty, in
expensive. In a few words you h.ve
the story of our SILK WAISTS. Call
and see them.
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