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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1800
Very Best Makes,
InJargo variety, at
diaries - 331ume,
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
LOWEST prices do not tail to
join the procession.
i Remember the place, at
ll. W. Dysle & Co.,
Wholesale, , Retail,
128 Front Street.
will buy more good looks in
clothes from us than any
IIGHERor LOWER if you like
Tailor-Made. If they don't
fit don't take 'em.
i. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street,
Next to Candy Store over arch.
Yfo hove several great bargains in
lecond hand wheels. '03, '04 and '05
heels at from 830 to 575. If you want
In old wheel or a new one let us talk
mih you. We handle the Fowler,
Sterling and Tomplo lines. Best on the
aarkot At Rodlck Hardware Co.
toerner & Richardson
MASON & MILLS,
1 Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satia--
K' faction Guaranteed.
PERSONAL AND LOCAL. -
At a special meeting of tho Ameri
can Union Lodge No. 1, F. & A. M., to
bo hold nest Monday evening, tho
Third Degreo will bo confered upon
three candidates. District tecturer J.
C. Preston, will bo present in his offi
cial capacity. The meeting will close
A Sistersvlllo special of Wednesday
says: Last evening Chief of Police
King arrested Erin Duck on a request
from tho sheriff of Wood county, Ohio,
whero Duck Is wanted on a charge of
bastardy, attempting to produce abor
tion, and jail breaking. Duck comes
from Breden, Ohio, fs 20 years old, and
married. lie has secured an attornoy.
and will not go back without a requi
sition. Drummer Bailey, of Galllpollsj-who
invested $300 in an oil lease while on a
spree, and when he had sobered up
missed his money, but did not know
what had become of it until several
months afterwards, when ho was pre
sented with a check for $7500 as his
share of the oil off tho lease, was in
town to day. Ho informs us that after
his adventure, he went home and
ioined tho Good Templars. He says ho
was offered and refused $20,000 for his
interest in tho lease. Sentinel.
John Nachtlgal, who has been em
ployed by tho Marietta Transfer Co ,
has accepted a position with the tele
phono company, and will assume his
new duties Friday. t
Miss Lucretia Scott isatBelpre, tho
guest of her sister, Mrs. Bussel O'Neal.
The steamer C. C. Martin, which
was sunk in tho Kanawha river, while
racing, has beed raised, and will be
docked at Partergburg for repairs.
The U. S. Light steamer, Golden
Rod, passed up the river Wednesday..
General A. J. Warner is in New
York City on business.
Tho new L. A. W. Club at Parkers
burg, now numbers fifty members, and
will make a strong bid for the West
Virginia State meet in July.
Wednesday, E R. Alderman pur
chased the property known as tho Col
lege President's Mansion on Fifth
street, and will convert it into two fine
residences at once.
I A. S. Lee, of Dexter City, is an ap
plicant for the prlncipalship of tho Ra-
venswood, W. Va., schools. Mr. Leo is
one of the foremost teachers of Noble
nnnntv. nnd we hone ho mav be success'
ful in his aspirations. Noble County
Captain J. B. Haight has improved
his restaurant by raising tho floor of
tho dining. room to a level with tho
Tho case of O. M. Willis vs. John
Wilking, Jr., to recover $50 alleged to
bo due on account, will bo tried before
'Squire Guyton to day.
Mr. F. M. Payne, of Frost, has ac
cepted a position in tho U. S. Express
office here, and will begin his work
Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock,
Rev. Theime, at tho parsonage, per
formed tho ceremony which united in
marriage Mr. Geo. C. Baum, and Miss
Maggie C. Withrow. The groom is, a
son of Conrad Baum, and member of
the firm orRech & Baum, the bride be
ing a well known and 'popular young
lady. The happy couplo will reside at
515, Sixth street Their multitude of
friends are extanding congratulations.
Tho Z. & O. wiJI- seU excursion tick
ets to Zanesvllle at One Fare for tho
round trip on May 4, the occasion being
Adam "Forepaws" and Sells' Bros.
Great Combination Shows in that city
on that day. Everybody should go.
Marlon Adams, of Fifteen, entered
tie Ohio Valley Business College on
Hon. W. B. McGill is .homo from
Columbus, and was in the city Wednes
day. Tho contract for the erection of tho
new bridge to bo placed across tho C.
& M. railroad at tho west end of North
street was awarded to the Bellefont
ain Brldgo and Iron Co., of Bellefont
ain, Ohio, for $1,095. The substructure
was lot to Garroison & Son, of Harri
ettsville, at $3.45 a perch. There were
in all nine bids for the construction of
the bridge, ranging in price from $1,705
to 82,000. Noble County Republican.
In 'Squire Palmer's court Wednes
day, Daniel Nolan, of Ccdaryillo, was
fined $1 and costs for assault and bat
tery. Prof. Jas. MadiSon Chapman," who
gives a reading in this city this even
ing, is highly recommended from every
source. Rev." E. D. Morris, President
of Lane Seminary, Cincinnati, says:
Prof. J. M. Chapman, formerly of Wa
bash College, has been engaged as a
frtnlrlnTif. tnafrnotnr in nulnlt elocution
'In thin innHtiitinrn'nr the current vn'ar.
This engagement was made after he
had for two previous years given tem
porary instruction in the seminary.
While here Prof. Chapman gave three
public readings in the chapel, which
wore highly appreciated by those who
heard them. I am confident that his
readings would be listened to with
pleasure and profit elsewhere, and, feel
no hesitancy in I commending him
warmly to public notice.
Tho Zanesvllle-Plttsburjj packet
Lorena arrived from Zanesvillo Wed
nesday morning, and left for Pittsburg
with a good trip.
Supt. Mnsgrave, of the Marietta Run
Coal & Coke Co., at Unley, wns In the
city on business, Wednesday.
Mrs. Charles Dceren, of Canal' Do"
vor, Is the guest of tho family of J. T.
Deeren, Third slreot.
Tho well on Peter Ellison's farm at
Crooked Tree, Noble county, Is still
flowing, and attracting considerable
Interest Several new holes aro going
down, and leasing In that section is
very active. One person was paid $800
bonus for a lease on 14 acres close to
tho Ellison well.
Born, Tuesday, April 28th, to Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Moses, Fifth street, a
Special meeting of C. B. Gates Wo
man's Relief Corps this evening. A full
ubmuuuuu; 10 ucanvui
The contract for tho slate roof and
galvanized iron work of the now boiler
works buildings, has been awarded to
Rech & Baum, of this city.
A son was born Wednesday morn
ing, Vprll 20th., to Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Close, north of tho city.
Mr. Samuel Bailey, of Beverly, was
a business visitor in the city Wednes
day. Manager Soipel has booked Ellen
Beach Yaw for the Auditorium, Tues
day, May 12th. Miss Yaw is said to be
the greatest soprano singer in tho
Hon. R. C. Dawes received from
Governor Bushnell on Wednesday his
commission as a member of the Com
mission to prepare for the Ohio centen
nial celebration in 1003.
Mrs. E. G. Waters returned Wed
nesday from a visit of two weeks a t
Columbus with her son, I. R. Waters.
Miss Florence Dale, who has been
confined to her room by illness for sev
eral days, is reported somewhat im
proved. Norman Cooper is reported to have
been not so well. Do is still confined
'to his bed.
Mr. W. B. Briggs, of Rlx Mills,
Muskingum county, was in tho city
Wednesday on his way to visit his son
near Friendly, W. Va.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at 421
Fifth St., Thursday Xpril 30th, at 2:30
p. m. Important business; the members
are requested to be present.
Tho Washington County Fair Asso
ciation will begin to pay premiums
awarded at the last exhibition May 1st.
Persons entitled to tho same will call
at the office of J. C. Brenan, Secretary,
James Bird has returned from Col
umbus, where he spent three days vis
iting the public schools.
The private car of tho B. & O. S. W.
officials, came In last evening, contain
W. W. Peabody, Sr., I. G. Rawn, D. D.
Carrolton, and W. W. Peabody, Jr.
T. D. Dale, representing the United
Terminal Co , was in conference with
these gentlemen in reference to the
contemplated improvements of the Ter
minal property, including the boiler
work's switch. They also took up tho
sidewalk matter, which was refered to
the bridge committee at the'last couu
cil meeting. The angle in the sidewalk
will be arranged satisfactorily; also the
approaches at either end of the bridge.
The electric bells for the crossings at
Oilman Avenue and Franklin street, on
tho West Side, haye arrived. Tho off!'
cials seemed anxious to do all they
could to pleaso our citiees, and facili
tate the business of onr city.
W. W. Boyd returned last oyoning
from a business trip to Cutler.
Oliver Spears, ' of Sistersville, was
arrested on Greene street Wednesday
night for striking an oil man named
D. D. Anderson, whom Spears claimed
owed him a board bill. He was ar
raigned before 'Squire Guyton, and
fined $5 and costs.
! The trains and boats took several
hundred people from this city to Par
kersburg Wednesday to see Buffalo
Bill's Wild West Show. Tho much ad
vertised gang of thieves, and pickpock
ets were along with he aggregation,
and got in their work in the usual skill
ful manner. Many victims lost money,
and valuables but they 'may be some
what consoled by tho fact that two of
tho gang were caught and jailed.
C. R. Stevens leases today for an
extended visit through northern Ohio.
Tho wedding of a well known
young man now In Lane Seminary, and
a popular lady of the third ward, is
due to take place the first week in June.
Choral Society will bo on Friday
evening of this week, instead of Thurs
day, owing to the entertainment In
Andrew's Hall. $
The skeleton in
many a household is
the peculiar weaL
tiess of the wife and
mother, or of the
wife wh6 ought to be
a mother and is not
Happiness is de
stroyed by the pres
ence of the secret
sickness that may
lurk like a grinning
death among the
homes. The most
terrible thing about
this condition of af
fairs Is that It is entirely needless. There is
no reason in the world why every woman
in the world should not he strong and health
ful and capable of fulfilling her whole duty
as. a wife and mother. Many women go on
month after month, and year after year, be
coming weaker and weaker, because of a
very natural hesitancy they feel In consult
ing a.physician. They know that if they go
to a doctor for treatment, the first thing he
will Insist on will be "examination" and
"local treatment." This must of course be
distasteful to every modest woman. They
are generally as unnecessary' as they are ab
horrent. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
cures positively, perfectly, permanently, all
varieties of "female weakness" and dis
ease. It is designed to do this one thing,
and it does it. It is the only medicine now
before the public for woman's peculiar ail
ments, adapted to her delicate, organization
bv a. ieerularlv graduated ohvsician an ex
perienced and skilled specialist in these
maiaaies. it cannot uo iiarm in any condi
tion of the system. Its sales exceed the
combined sales of all other medicines for
Every woman will be healthier and happier for
louowing me inenaiy, practical
counsel contained in Dr. rierce's
Kreat unhersal doctor book:
''The rcople's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." It is the most
comprehensive medical work in
one volume in the English lan
gunge. It contains 100S pages,
fully illustrated. 680000 copies
have been sold at $1.50 each
bound in cloth. The profits are
now used in printing half-a-mlll-ion
ftee conies bound In stronff
manllla paper covers. To get one you have only
to send 21 one-cent stamps ( to pay cost of mail
ing only), to World's Dispensary Medical Associ
ation, No. 66t Main Street, Buffalo, N. V. Send
promptly before all are given away if in want
0 one. Thev are tfoing off rapidly.
Avoid the hurry and worry, the wear and tear
of life as far as you can, Buy your Wrappers
ready to wear. We show the
largest ifie in the city. Prices
from 50 cents up; all sizes
from 32 to 44 inch bust.
Good material, good work
manship, good style--Come
and see them.
Take a look through our
The best 50 cent waist, the
best 75 cent waist, the best
dollar waist and the best
values in the finer goods.
All the new ideas in Collars and Ties.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The Discovery Saved Hla Life.
Mr. G. Cailouetto, Druggist, Beavers
vllle, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life. Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all the physi
cians for miles about, but of no avail
and was given up and told I could not
live. Having Dr. King's New Discov
ery in my store 'I sent for a bottle and
began Its use and from tho first dose
began to get better, and after using
three bottles was up' and about again.
It is worth its weight in gold. We
wont keep store or houso without it."
Get a free tria) at W. II. Styer's Drug
For stand privileges at FairGrpunds where
the big picnic will be held, July 4, address J, O.
Smith) Charles St., Marietta, O., o'r IC. I,
Wagner, Wllllamitowni W, Va. Refreshment
stand privilege reserved.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Geo. B. Sunderland. 233 Second Street,
Opposite Union Depot.
7 Ho&ses on Front street $1,250, 1,700,
1,800, 2,000, 2,500, 3.000.
Second street S1.700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street
Third street, 6 Houses. $1,000, 1,200,
1,500, 1,800, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street $1,000, 1,800,2,800, 5,000.
Fifth street $800, 2,000, 8,000.
Sixth street $1,S00, 2,000, 2,500.
Warren street $700, 800, 000, 1,100, 2,000
1 Fine Brick House, $4,200, lot 180 by
11 Good Houses on West Side, from
$700 to 3,000.
5 Vacant lots on Front street, ?430 to
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington,
$300 to 400,
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth$300 to
"50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Month
50 Lots for sale in the Ohio Valley
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a
3 Three-story business houses on
Front street at barpains.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below
1 Fine Lot on Scamrael street above
Geo. B. Sunderland, Marietta, O.
w. p! mason,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Surveys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
t"L03T Cup of bicycle lamp Finder
please leave at Leader office.
SOB-WANTED Cook and dishwasher at
35DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office IS
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
"Db E. I. KDDy, Dentist. Offlce 804
Front Btreet, opposite Soldiers Monument.
SSTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of tho eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
KJTFor sale at a Bargain Double Carriage
and Coach Harness. May be seen at Curry &
Holdren's livery stable.
I WANTED A good girl at the BrunS'
wick restaurant. J. B. Haight.
E3?"FOR SALE. A first class building lot
40x160 located on Third St. betweerFWashing
ton aDd Warren Sts. Enquire at 110; Put
SffTOR 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 v. hole or in lots to suit. Inquire of Dr. S.
M. Hart, Wlttlig building, rront street.
HEADQ DARTERS FOR FRUITS.
We will from now on handle one car-load of
liananas eacn weeic. fort Limon uiananas,
the finest and best Savored Bananas In the
market. Special prices by the bunch. Call at
.peter mocks ruu store., t'lunam street,
Mailetta, Ohio. Telephone 170.
J2TFOR SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner of Third and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
College property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations in the city.
Almost any hind of property for sale, in the
city or country. Ward & Stone,
2'S Second Street.
CSyMrs. Hnery Leonard's Saratoga Chips
will be brought to Schramm's Bakery twice a
week, Tuesday and Friday, during the Bum
mer months, beginning with Friday, May 1st.
Pleasant Hill farm Is again opened as a pleas
ure resort during the summer, eadlng with
Sept. 1st, Large parties will need to give two
days notice. It going without notice they are
requested to take their meat? and deserts with
them. For particulars address Mrs. H. Leon
ard, Stanleyville, O., or Schramm's Bakery.
taTFOR SALE. A fine building lot on Fifth
street. (1700. One of the finest corners In the
city, tsooo. A new 2-story business block on
Front St., tflooo. The Ward property on Sec
ond St., 90x110 1U. and ore of the finest loca
tions In the city, 18500. A new 8 roomed house
on Third St., ftooo. An 8-roomed house on
Wooster St., JitOO. A B roomed brick residence
on Fourth St , near Putnam, Slow. A good
grocery stand and business In Marietta. A
fine building lot on Washington St.,, .near
J. A. PMJMBH SON,
1 Corner Putnam and Second.
' 172 FRONT STREET.
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Time Now to Think of Changing ntOM the IIeavy to the Light
Spring Weights. We'te Anticiaated your Thoughts here, you all
know our Reputation in these Matters. We've Prepared to Equip
you with Spring and Summer Hosiery and Underwear in a most sat
1 lot Children's Fast Black 10c;
3 for 25c.
1 lot Children's regular made,
seamless, Blaclfs and Tans 15c, 2
Ladies' full regular made, seam
less, Blacks and Tans Sc to 75c
1 lot'Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest?
6 for 25c.
1 lot Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests
Egyptian Yarn, 15c, 2 for 25c.
1 lot Ladies' Combed Egyptian
Yarn, 25o, 5 for $1.00.
Clean, hones, reliable stvff at lowest prices is what intelligent buy
ers are looking for. We keep none other. Want you to inspect the
stock iy the clear white light of day; by this truth telling light you
can make your selection with the utmost satisfaction.
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Upon tho purchase of goods to the amount of one
dollar or more and the presentation of this couroN
you will bo entitled to your choice of any of the
Standard Skirt Pattern.
. 2 Yours Respectfully,
2 H . CHAS. JONES, 1T2 Front St.
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Wall Paper Cleaner!
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 Stpre.
Do You Want a Good Lamp?
If so, see Charles Holtz on Front Street near Putnam. He also will
show you by far tho Best Selected stock of Queensware in Marietta.
Charles Holtz, the queensware man.
, Is our stock of Mantels and Tile.
Also Fireplace Trimmings.
We have now the most complete
litfe in this part of Ohio. Just 'call in
and see, and let us show you our
line and quote prices!
H. A- Wagner &, Bro. 404 th st