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; PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Miss Blanche Simmons, who for
two yours has boen employed ,!n tho of
fice of Recorder 'Athoy, has resigned
Tho movement to ralso?350 by sub
scription for free park concorts this
summer is well under way and most
citizens approached aro donating lib
erally toward the worthy object.
Johu Gorman left Friday fori
..Wheeling1 on business.
Very Best Makes,
In large variety, at
Charlies - Blume,
i? Join the throng that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
lowest pbices do not fail to
join the procession.
Kemember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1890
ents on upper. fcefcondi
many friends tire oxten
V f: -
Will buy more good looks in
clothes from us than any
HIGHER or 'LOWER if you like
Tailor-Made. If they don't
fit don't take 'em.
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front street,
Next to Candy Store over arch.
We have several great 'bargains in
second hand wheels. '03, .'bi and 'OS
wheels ot'from ?30to'75. If youwant
an old wheel or
Sterling and Temple Jlnes.-Be'st othe.
morUot At Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner & Richardson
Geo. B. Sunderland sold two lots in
tho Ohio Valley subdivision yesterday
to tho water works Trustees; also two
lots to R. S. Gatrell in the East End
Lieut, and Mrs. Lewis Lucas ar
rived here on a yislt to the former's
mother, West Side.
Miss Efflo Green, of Grand Rapids,
Mich., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Race, Greeno street.
The D. U. fraternity of tho College
entertained at their hall on Front
street last night by giving a swell ban
quet to," their frjonds. .
..George A Shapjey, of . Grandview,
and Chris. Pfafl, of Adams, both candi
dates for tho Republican nomination
for Sheriff, were in the city Friday,
. Mr. Eugene E. Wanerr, of Zanes
vllle, was in tho city Friday.
In Mayor's court Friday morning
Edward Larmer was fined $3 and costs;,
amounting to $10.25, for drunkenness
and disorderly conduct. He paid tho
assessment and was discharged.
Ireland & Hughes have filed suit
in. Common Pleas court to recover on a
note of P. Kerwin for $1,000, subject to
endorsement of $351.
1 ' -5Vedn,esday morningthe no vt, Zanes-vllle-Pittsburg
packet Lorena, :and the
little Marietta-Beverly steamer Sonoma
pulled out of Coal Run on the down
trip with the Sonoma slightly in the
rear., The "mockingbird" whistle of
the Lorena sent the Sonoma a chal
lenging blast to.come on and a pretty
race for two miles was the result. The
Sonoma was too swift for her elegant
rival and passed her neatly.
Married, by J. M. Cochran, April
39, at his home on Harmar Hill, Mr,
Frank Matehet' and Miss-Effie Pinker
,ton, both of Marietta.' t. , -
Jasper Llsk, as, attorney for Louisa
Pugh, has filed suit in Common Pleas
Court against Jesse D. Holmes for al
leged breach of-promise. The plaintiff
recites in her petition that she became
engaged to the defendant in April,
1S95, since which time she has stood
ready and willing to marry him, but
that he has refused and still refuses to
fulfill the contract. She therefore
prays that she may be awarded $3,000
A half dozen or more attachment
sultshave.been filed in 'Squire Guy ton's
court against Post & Calhoun to recov
er money alleged to bo due for board
ing, labor, materials,1 etc.
Mrs. Frank Payne, of Frost, Ohio,
arrived in Marietta Thursday and will
reside with her husband, who.has en
tered the employ of the United States
Hon. A. D. Follett was at Parkers
burg Friday attending the funeral of
Hon. John A. Hutchison.
t The College property on Fifth St,
opposite mound cemetery, reported in
Thurday's Leader as having been sold
to Mr. E. ,R. Alderman, was not sold as
stated, but is still on the market in the
hands of Ward & Stone, real estate
agents. The lot is, 120x220 feet and
the location one' of the nicest in the
city, The terms of sale are easy.
The new meeting house of Che Lib
erty Baptist Church, at Fifteen, Ohio,
is to boidedicated Sabbath; May 3, 1600,
Elder N. Cofer. of Parkersburg, W. Va.,
to preach on the occasion. All are
kindly invited. Services at '10:80 a. m.
Mr. and Mra S. R, VanMetre aro
taking an outing on their farm near
" Dr. C. W. Eddy returned last eve
ning from Columbus, having registered'
the diplomas. of twenty-five physicians
of this city ard surrounding county.
In Probate Court Friday E. G,
Chamberlain resigned as Administrator
of the' estate of Jacob Ilortdcrschot, de
ceased, and .Mrs. Alia A. -West and
George Harsba were appointed in bis
stead, their bond being fixed' at $80,000.
The ontiro estate is expected tosottlo
up over $150,000. Win. W. West, George
Xi. Uendershot and George W. Harness
aro tho appraisers.
Application was made Friday for
tho admission to tho Gnlltpolls. Hospital
for Epileptics of Gabrlol Y. Palmer,
aged G5 years, of Barlow township.
Mr. .E. A. Dye, of McConnolsville,
was in the city on business Friday.
Teachers' certificates were granted
at tho examination at Beverly, April
20, as follows; Two years: Nettle Black
burn, WyW. Jones., One y ear; Linnlo
uvprth, Edna, tymunhroyyrylnger,,1
Florence, Pierce, Ida' Shinn, Berriico
Stevenson, Ota Woodford, C. A. Cun
ningham, James Shoop.
An effort is being made to obtain
funds by subscription sufficient to drill
a test oil well in th6 Wolf Creole terri
tory. About $800 has been subscribed
by those who are anxious to see what
there is-in this territory. Beverly Ad
vance. Tho Malta Register has been re
vived by James M. Rusk, the proprietor
of the McConnelsville Herald.
There will be a special meeting of
American Union Lodge No. 1 Monday
evening of next week, May 4. The
Third Degree will be conferred upon
three candldates,-and after the meet
ing refreshments will be 'served. A
largo attendance is expected.
W. R. Grimes was at Parkersburg
Mrs. Burt Heidrick was the guest
of friends at Parkersburg Friday.
A number of ladies from New Mat
amoras were In the city Friday evening,
and wero organized into a lodge of
Daughters of Rebekah at the I. O. O. F.
Hall; West Side.
Mrs. Lucy Cole returned Friday
evening from a brief yislt at Athens.
Harry. Hart has resigned his po
sition the C. & O. railway "offices at
Cincinnati and returned home Friday
The new'carved-mahogany fixtures
for the saloon to be opened on lower
Front street in a few days - have ar
rived and are said to be tho finest in
the Ohio Valley between Pittsburg and
The skeleton in
many a household Is
the peculiar weak
ness of the wife and
mother, or of the
wife who 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
tuis condition oi at
fairs Is that It is entirely needless. There Is
no reason in the world why every woman
in the world should not be 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 bo
.distasteful to everv modest woman. Thcv.
are generally as unnecessary" as' they are ab-
t,nrrin't.'I' 'Dr. TMprraTTnwnriM'PfHnHTiHrm-
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(.curcs.poBityyeiy, perfectly, permanently, nil
.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 all
ments, adapted to her delicate organization
by a regularly graduated physician an ex
perienced and skilled specialist in these
maladies. It cannot do harm 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. Fierce'!
great universal doctor cook:
'The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." It is the most
comprehensive medical work in
one volume In the-Engllsh lan
guage. It contains looS pages,
fully illustrated. 680,000 copies
have been sold at $1.30 each
bound in cloth. The profits are
now used in printing half-a-mill-ion
fret eonleabound in stroncr
manllla tracer covers. To ret one von have onlv
to send n one-cent stamps (to pay cost of mail-
of one. They are uoing on rapidly.
a new; one let us tallN
We handle the Fowler,
MASON & MILLS,
Second St opp. UnloffDepot
If eat Stylish "Work". ' Satia-'
Mrs. T. W. Harvey came in from
Chicago last evening.
Carl Brenan has resumed his post
in Richards' Pharmacy after spending
a few days in the country,
Little Pauline .Peddinghaus, infant
daughter of Mr- and' Mrs. ;L. Xi Ppd
dinghaus, died Friday morning, the 1st
instant, of lung fever, at the ago of
seyen months. The funeral will occur
at tho homo today at 4:30 o'clock.
Tho fire department wcntout on a
fruitless chase last night, caused by
the inexplicable action of tho alarm
system. The big bell in the Baptist
church steeple rang 41, then 21, wind
ing up with a miscellaneous assort
ment of box numbers. The registering
aparatus at headquarters indicated box
S. Tho wagon went to boxes 41 and
34, but' could find nothing, and it is
presumed the alarm was caused by
electrical disturbance in the atmos
phere. Miss Blanche Shaw, of Vincent,
was tho guest of relatives in tho city
A Leader man yisited the bicycle
store of the Big Four Cycle Co. last
evening and saw two wheels that are
truly a revelation, in the possibilities
of fine wheel production. The bikes
referred to are two "Vikings" just in,
and sold to Mr. and Mra E.'J.'Lobdel',
this city. The wheels are superfine',
and are up-to-date in every, point;
fitted with pneumatic raddle, "Vim"
tires and the unique Lobdell .hickory
handlebar, adjustable. The' wheels
are enameled in ..Brewster grebn. and
are tastefully decorated by hand.
They are indeed sumptuous and fit for
Royalty itself. Not only were these
two fine wheels in evidence', but the
concern has on Its display floor such'
high-class wheels as the Stearns.
Eclipse, Patee, Liberty and the world-
boater, The Stormer, which sells for
$45. The quick sales of the Big Four
do not permit a wheel to become shop
wornthe only wheels that are worn
in tho least are those which riders of
good judgment have left In their
crowded but well ordered repair shop,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Geo.'B. Sunderland, 233 Second Street,
Opposite Union Depot
7 Houses on Front street $1,250, 1,700,
1,800, 2,000, 2,500. 3.000.
Second"street $1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street
Third street, 0 Houses, $1,000, 1,200,
1,500, 1,800, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street $1,000, 1,800, 2,300, 5,000.
Fifth Street $800, 2,000, 3,000.
Sixth street $1,800, 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, $450 to
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington,
$300 to .400,
2 Lots on Wdrren and Eighth, $300 to
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Month
50 Lots' for sale in tho Ohio Valley
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a
3 Tnree-story business nouses on
Front street at bargains.
. 1 Fine Lot 'on Front' "street "below
1 Fine Lot on Scammel street above
Geo. B. Sunderland, Marietta, O.
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 line in the city. Prices
from 50 cents up; all sizes
from 32 to 44 inch bust;
Good material, good'wdrk
manship, gopd sty fe- -Come
ana see them.
'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.
1 R. TURNER & GO.
172 FEONT STREET.
KHOWjshtegJtpjWmjitjJ or possibly re-enameled
plbyedTTn tHe offfce"of1 Reglstfajonr
o DJ. thaBol. In
" Walter Schramm, 'thoiftoyear-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schramm,
Lower Salem, died at 10 o'clock Frldoy
Mr. JFlnley Porter and Murray Mc
Mlllin, Jr,, returned Friday nfternoon
from Long Island.
A son was born Friday afternoon,
May 1st, to Mr. and Mrs. Q F. Strecker,
Miss May Riley came up from
Parkersburg Friday to spend Sunday
Miss Jan&.iApplegato,-of Beyorly,
visited frfepds here ' yesterday. She
-was oil her wav to Athens to visit Dr.
and" Mrs. E'P. Cooke I
r-rf" 1 '3
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, .Marietta, Ohio.
Surveys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
tSrDR.W. M. HART, DENTIST. Offlce 12
Pnt'nam St., between Front and Second.
GSrDB, E. V. Eddv, Dentist, Offlce
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
B-Funhshed room to rent. Also a good
barn to rent. Enquire at 311 Greene street.
ISr-DR. GALLAQ HER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
I-WANTED A good girl at the Bruns
wick restaurant. J. B. Haight.
Time Now to Tiiink op Changing proji the Heavx to the Light
Spring Weights. We've Anticipated your Thoughts here, you Au&"r
know our Reputation in these Matters. We've .Prepared to Equip
youiWith Spring and Sujijier Hosiery and Underwear in a most sat'-,
1 lot Children's Fast Black 10c;
3 for 25c.
1 lot Children's regular made,
seamless, Blacks and Tans 15c, 2
Xadies' full regular made, seam
less, Blacks and Tans Sc to 75c
1 lot Ladies' Swiss jRibbed Vests
G for 25c.
.1 lot Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests
Egyptian Yarn, 15c, 2 for 25c.
1 lot Ladies' Comb,e,d. Egyptian
Yarn, 25c, 5 for $1.00.
' .'Clean, honest, reliable stuff at lowest prices is what intelligent buy
ers are looking-for. We keep none other. Want you to inspect the
stock by the clear white light of day; by this truth telling 'light you
can make your selection icith the utmost satisfaction.
No.2. COUPON No. 2.
Upon tho purchase of goods to the amount of one
dollar or more and the presentation of -this courox
you will be entitled to your choice of any of the
Standard Skjrt Pattern.
CHAS. JONES, 172 Front St.
Wall Paper Cleaner!
TFOR SALE. Entire east half of Block
13, West Side .Marietta, 100 feel; on Knox St.,
120 on Franklin; and 120 on Pearl St, Will sell
as a whole or In lots to suit. Inquire of Dr. S,
,M, Hart, WlttUg building, Front street.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRUITS.
We will from now on handle one car-load of
Bananas each .week. Fort Llmon Bananas,
tbe finest and best flavored Bananas In the
market.- Special prices by the bunch. Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit store., Putnam street,
Marietta, Ohio. ' Telephone 179.
f37F0R 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 tbe nicest lo
cations in tbe city.
Almost any kind of property for Bale, in tbe
city or country. Waiid & Stone, .
2r5 Second Street v
iocs b '
jnt.1 V. Ill:
Henry Myers, of Lebanon, Monroe
county, and Libby Adams, of Wingotts
Daniel Fauss, of Marietta, and Emma
Schramm, of Salem township,.
The Discovery Saved His Life.
Mr: G. Cailouette, Druggist, Beavers
vllle, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovery I owe my life; Was taken
with La Grippe and tried Ull 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 lta'nso and from the first ddse
began to get better, and after' using
three bottles was up and about again.
It'is worth its weight in gold. Wo
wont keep storo 'or 'house without it"
Get.'afree trial at W. H, Styer'B Djug.
Bwre. ' ,
FOR SALE House and lot on Front
St, below Sacra Via. 11800. Fine bulldinit lot
on Scammel near Fifth, 1900. A seven-room
bouse on Front St. neat: Wooster, 11800.. De
sirable lot on West StdV,'J509'.Oneiuiirter In-
tereatln a (lour mlllftyiuffigOodCiltrkMbttS
Abricic nouse ana store iorrento-;-oflriU Dps
residences at liooo, W&WvatalwV fAMj;
room, house renUnpfor 415' pstTmonw, ti0
Anew.eight room qbuse tin Third BfMOD;
Good building lots from 250 to $100. JL 40-acte
bottom farm two miles up the Muskingum
J. A. PLUlISll & SON,
Corner Putnam and Second.
tSTMrs. Hnery Leonard's Saratoga Chips
will be brought to Schramm's Bakery twice a
week, Tuesday and Friday, during the sum
mer months, beginning with Friday, May 1st.
Pleasant Hill farm is. again opened as a pleas
ure resort during the summer, ending with
Sept. 1st. Large parties will need to give two
days notice. If going without notice they are
requested to take their meats and deserts with
them. For particulars address Mrs. II. Leon
ard, Stanleyville, O., or Schramm's Bakery.
U. B. Engineer Offlce, 83 Main St., Zanes
ville. O.. April 2T, 1S98. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, for furnishing and delivering '415
tons, more or less. Run of Mine Coal, for use
on Muskingum RlVer, O., will be received here
until i il. ill..-ffmnT.iA. ziTnn hint. V7 iww
April 27, ot
A perfect compound for cleaning Wall Paper..;.
Kalsomine and Frescoes. Removes all 'rn
5 smoke, deist, etc., and makes the
paper bright as new. Con
tains no Poison.
Sold-Only at ' .
Putnam Street Drug Store.
Silks! Silksl Silks!
Speca Safe Commencing Monday
i Mornihg.uMayM, 1896.,
On this dajFT-PJayce on Saiea-Jine ofrSilks
Plain and Printed China, Swivel Silk.' Crepe5 J
Silk, Kai Kai Silks, etc. We call special atten-"
tion to the following: '
27 inch Swivel Silk at 25c; former rice 50c.
27 inch Orepe Silk at 25c; former price 50o. ,
27 inch Jap Silk at 50c; former price 75c.
Printed Ohina Silk at 17, 25 and 35c; former price 25, 35and50c.
Plain and Fancy White Silk for Graduating Dresses at special prices.
Call and look through our stock before purchasing your Silks. p-
119 "and 121 putnam street. ' JRe(ail.f
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