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Roy. C. B. Shear, formerly tho Con
gregational pastor ut Cornervllle, loft
Saturday for Bowling Green, Ohio, tho
sceno of his new labors.
Born, Saturday, May 2d, a son to
Mr. and Mrs. James Ancell, Sixth
Two lots on Falrvlcw Hoights were
sold Saturday to Sarah H. Mollor and
J. P. McConnell. ,
-Auditor W. A. Patterson was' at
fe&JcfavilfeS S&VufdEv attendlnir ltho
y t' ' roe briB sa5nonthov4i8rowM'oilf,pbTiUt7:3o
Miss Myra;SfoUi lefl-jsaturdayt im
inctnnatlon a yIsltto her brother,
Very Best Makes,
In large variety, at
Charles - Bhame9
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
f you want nice papers at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
. W. Dysle & Co.,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY, MAY 4, I BOG
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
4Mrs. E. W. Richardson and little
sort leave this morning for St. Paul,
Minn, on a visit to relatives.
A male occupant of one of the West
Side shantyboats, too drunk to give his
name was locked up Saturday night
and will bo interviewed by the Mayor
Mr. Lou Zentz and bride relumed
on the Virginia last night from their
For Bevcral hours Saturday night
the friends and relatives ton-voar-old
Mrs. M, E. Ford, of Galveston,
Tex-., who has been spending the Win
ter with relathes in this city, left for
homo Saturday, accompanied as far as
Cincinnati by her cousin, 'Miss Jennie
Gallagher. 1 ,
Miss Ora Rose, of Pittsburg, is the
guest of Miss Clara Hamilton, Second
street. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. William Glass, bf
Beverly, were truosts Sunday of their
daughter Mrs. W. F. Robertson, West
Tho first rehearsal fortho comic
opera, "Pinafore," to bo given by tlio
Marietta Gloe Club, under the leader
ship of Chas. N. Adams, will bo hold
,onlght,at the Board of Trade rooms.
Mlfose wild tdlte part are requested
BQntlemen at 7:45. Iro-
WJLMAfll O'COJCNELl. HKADLEY.
138 front Street.
Vill buy more good looks in
clothes from ustliarvany
VIGHERor LOWER if you like
Tailor-Made. If they don't
fit don't take 'em.
(V. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street, .
Next to Candy Store over arch.
We have several great bargains in
second hand -wheels. ' '03, '01 and '95
wheels at fronreso to 75. If you want
an old wheel or a now one let ub talk
with you. We handle the Fowfe:
Sterling and Temple llnes.Ut g'he
market At Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner l Richardson
MASON & MILLS,
Second St opp. Union Depot "
Neat Stylish "Work. Sati
' faction Guaranteed.
Seevers, daughter. olE Captain
1,- of Willianastown, were very
muc)i osorcjsed oyer, young- lady's dis-'
appearance. She had come to Marietta
to visit at John Schnauffer's and start
ing to go home in the evening found
tho ferryboat on the West Virginia
side and thought it had, stopped run
ning for the night Expecting that
she would not bo able to get home un
til morning she went to Mrs. Harvey's
on Third street, where she was found
about midnight after a systematic
search of several hours by the police
and friends interested.
There will be a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the Athens State
Hospital today, to close up some un
The Cecilia Club will meet this
afternoon at Mrs. Chas. Hi Turner's,
Fifth street. It is to be the last meet
ing' of the season, and a "Grieg'' pro
gramme will be rendered. (
A certain young lady in this county
is today wearing a bicycle chain lock
as a necklace, or has resorted to the
file to remoyo it Sunday a well known
young man of the city rode his bike in
to'tho country and called upon a young
lady friend. During their conversa
tion he playfully threw the chain of
his bicycle lock about, her neck and
ockedtt. The'lncident was forgotten
before he terminated his call and he
camhome minus his lock with the
key1 in his pocket. His consternation
is easier imagined than described when
he discovered the loss of the chain and
remembered the predicament in which
ho had left the young lady. Ho will
send out the key by special messenger
Prof. M. R. Andrews was at Lower
Salem Saturday holding an examina
tion of applicants for teacher's certifi
cates. The class numbered 23. Exam
inations were also held at' Marietta
and Barlow. .
Mrs. Alice Hogan is expected to re
turn home today from Chicago, where
she has been yislting her daughter,
Mr. George H. Eells arrived with
his bride from Leavenworth, Kansas,
at 0:40 Saturday evening. The happy
couple will reside at Mrs. Robert
Gates', Fourth street, where they have
a suite of rooms. George was busy all
day Sunday receiving the congratula
tions and best wishes of bis numerous
Ralph Hill', tho young son of Mr.
L. P. Hill, of the Oil Well Supply Com
pany, fell from a horse at Vincent Sat
urday and was seriously injured. His
collar bone was broken, his head badly
bruised and it is feared that he sus
tained internal injuries. He was
brought to Marietta on tho noon train
and taken to his parent's home on
Second street The latest report we
have is that the boy is getting along
It Is remarkable the number of bi
cycles that have been sold in Marietta
so far this season. A, D. Alderman,
who is the pioneer dealer here and who
has sold wheels for twelve years, re
ports an unprecedented sale, more
than any other dealer, having sold and
delivered over jfifty in thiselty and
surroundingcountry. Ha is peculiarly
JotfUnftteMhe MteiU pwjdkfa.Mv-
t 1riVtneClerMrtand-,Remiflgton, wicteV,
Telegram and Muskingum, ail well
$n3Vn meswKtibh $Mive.flven the
bestjbf satisfaction in past years. A
purchaser of one of these makes feels
that he Is running no risk and that'
when he buys ho has a guarantee back
of .the purchase. '.Che Muskingum Has
proven what was expected it would,
that a high grade wheel could be sold
for thepy ice of low grades when pur
chased in large quantities and bought
for cash. Mr. Alderman was particu
larly fortnnato in tho scheme and .has
sold more of these popular wheals than
have beon-soldof any other make.
His salesrooms are. with Nye's Repair
Shop, Greene street, and purchasers
should take a. look at the lines there
TfcfwHtytlitf' ' '
M f,r nnn!
A monster catfish was caught on a'
polo and line at Dovol's Dam Saturday
night by Charles' Weyrlch, John Ger
hart and Dan Gerhart. The fish
weighed SO pounds and was lour feet
in longth. It was a foot wide and its
mouth 5)x7 inches in dimensions.
Tho members of Lobdell Cycling
Club are urgently requested to attend
the regular meeting at the boat house
this evening. Recent complaints of
reckless and unlawful riding by wheel
men both insido and outside the club
jeopardized the rights heretofore a'c
corded riders and well defined action .is
necessary to be taken at once.
Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Lund loft for
Macksburg Saturday being summoned
to the bedside of tho former's mother,
who is very ill.
At the First Congregational church
Sunday morning a collection of $04 was
taken up for the American Missionary
Association, and in the evening tho
Harmar Congregational church de
voted its attention to tho same subject
and raised $75, and one of the members
pledged $50 additional. A young lady
teacher, Miss Weldon, is here in tho in
terest of tho Association and gavo an
excellent talk.to the churches named.
Tho new time card of the Ohio
Rive railroad w'lll bring the south
bound at 9 a. m.. 3:07, p. m. and 7:85 p.
m; north bound 7:32 a. m., 12:32 a. m.
m., Eastern time, or one
by Central Standard or
Marietta railroad time.
Tho enthusiastic republicans of Kentucky
think IthftB the first pnvprnnr olnntnrl Vit-
thctf'JJaVt? Is entitled to tho presidential
nomination. "Gov. 7Hradlty "'l3uil'"Ken-
,uiCKuin y Dirm, well jn tho fifth .decode
or life. Ho was an active nolltlclan.be.
l-faro-ho js-ns old enoueh to vote. When
1C years of atre. he' !nlldtKl In tho ilnlnn
hosihyjt buf was brought iback from the
camp by his father. At 17 he tvoa admitted
to tho practice of law by a special act of
tho statorleglslature. For nearly 30 years
ho has been a loader of Kentucky republic
ans, who was not discouraged by constant
defeats. His election to the governor
ship last year was a surprise to the nation.1
and 4:17 p.
Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manu
facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, cer
tifies that Dr. King's New Discovery
has no enual ns a Cough remedv. J.
D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel. Ft.
Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was cured
of a Cough of two years standing.
caused by La Grippe, bv Dr. King's
New Discovery. B. F. Merrill. Bald-
)vlpsvjlle, Mass., says tliaf'ha has 'used
nna recommenuea it ana never Knew it
to fall and would rather have it than
any doctor, because It always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th St, Chica
go, always keeps It at hand nnd has no
fear of Croup, because It instantly re
lieves. Free Trial Bottles at W. H.
Styer's Drug Store.
Seven room House, In good repilr, lot 40 by
180, good barn. Between Warren and Mont
gomery, on Third. Price 81,050.-A bargain.
Nine-room house with modern appointments,
lot 15 by ISO. Wooster street between Tront
and Second. Price 12,000.
Three-room house on Ohio St., renting for $7
per month. Price S050. Easy terms.
C, A. LUDEy, Rooms, Mills Building,
Ot Putnam Street.
Col. T. W. Moore has beon suffering
several days with an inflamed knee
which is causing him to resort to the
use of crutches.
D. B. Anderson has been ill several
days with a bilious attack.
Miss Edith Knowles, of Hockmg
port, Is tho guest of Mrs. Knowles,
Joseph Farnsworth, of Emerson
Hoights, was arrested by Officer Posey
Saturday night and locked up, charged
with abusing his family while drunk.
Mr. F. A. Wheeler, Mrs. Clara Put
nam and Mrs. Sarah Lovell loft on tho
steamer Virginia for Cincinnati, where
they will visit relatives.
Robort Moore, agent of the United
States Express Co. at Athens, was in
the city Sunday 'visiting his parents.
The late John' A. Hutchison, of
Parkers'aurg, carried $31,000 insurance
on his lffc. As a part of his estate
there is also due $25,000 from a case
now in U. S. court
Saturday morning Miss Allle Mc
Kee, one of the tolephone operators
at Farkersburg, received a severe elec
trical shock from the switchboard.
She was unconscious for some time.
Mrs. Kate Fischer, Second street,
expects to, leave tomorrow for Colum
bus to visit friends.
We understand tnat W. J. Cram
will build a fine house on the tract
above Unlonville bought of Israel Do
yol some time since.
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 btreet
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.
tilth street $800, 2,000, 3,000.
Sixth street $1,800, 2.000, 2,500.
Warren street $700, 800, 000, 1,100, 2,000
I Finellrick nouse, $4,200, lot 180 by
II Good Houses on West Side, from
370016 SjuO.' ' '
5 vacant lots on iront street, $450 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 tho Ohio Valley
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a
3 Three-story business houses on
Front street nt bargains.
t 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
from 50 cents up; all sizes
from 32 to 44 inch bust.
Good material, good work
manship', good style--CoThe
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.
172 FRONT STREET.
Time Now to Think or Changing trom the Heavy to the Light
Spring Weights. We've Anticipated your Thoughts here, you ali
know our Reputation in these Matters. We've Prepared to Equip
you with Spring and Summer Hosiery and Underwear in a most sat-
0P"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 11
r Putnam St., between Front and Second.
Ejrrpt and India Weary of-Englund.
It is only, however, a question of
time when the Ideal oiltcome of Eng
land's notion of free tra'de will have
been reached in India, when, namely,
almost all manufactured articles will
be Imported from Great Brltlan, and
the whole labor of the enormous popu
lation from the Himalayas to Ceylon
will be applied to the production of
food staples and raw materiala That
Is not England's ylew of what consti
tutes civilization at home, but it is the
kind of civilization which she would
like to promote in her dependencies.
Unquestionably, there is peaco and
therei.is order under British rule in
Indiawbututhe "Brllish" rulers are'dis'-
iitna, mnc me. mass pi. me.peppiA.wpHi.q
ftoefcrBto work out--the problems o
social exfsto,ocfla iOadhoJr:.ipwiJ5?ao
'X'ney navai inojsamo rjgnt-io sucn a
preference.that all other peoples have.
This may be said of the Egyptians also.
It is true that the land tax Is much
lower in Egypt today than it was be
fore the British occupation; that the
interest on the public debt is promptly
paid, and the national securities in tho
hands of foreign bondholders are worth
seyeral times what was paid for them.
Nevertheless, all intelligent Egyptians,
while recognizing the value of the
temporary service rendered by Great
'Britain, are of the opinion that the
occupation should now end, and that
opinion is shared by almost every civil
ized country except England. In
North American, Be view for May.
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Surveysand Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
1 lot Obildren's Fast Elack 10c;
3 for 25c.
1 lot Children's regular made,
seamless, Blacl-s and Tans 15c, 2
Ladies' full regular made, seam
less, Blacks, and Tans Scvto-75c
UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT "
1 lot Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests",
6 for 25c.
1 lot Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vests
Egyptian Yarn, 15c, 2 for 25c. '
1 lot Ladies' Combed 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 toith the tctinost satisfaction.
"vr r-i i nTTTiii'xT tvt n .3r
X U. . UUUi WIN A"NU.
Upon the purchase of goods to the amount of one
dollar or more and tho presentation of this couroN
you will be entitled to your choice of any of the
Standard Skirt Pattern.
CHAS. JONES, 173 Front St.
i, fW'V''v.','' r4
fSTDn. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office 804
Front Btreet, opposite Soldiers Monument.
fSTDIt. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting ol glasses. Law Building Putnam
tSS WANTED A good girl at the Bruns
wick restaurant, J. B. Haight.
jyFOR SALE. Entire east half of Block
19, West Side Marietta, 100 feet 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, Wlttllg building, Front street.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRUITS.
We will from now on handle one oar-load of
Bananas each week. Port Llmon Bananas,
the 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 170.
Wall Paper Cleaner I
A perfect compound for cleaning Wall-Paper,
Kalsomirie 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.
iSTTOJt SAL'fer Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
cornet dfThlM3jntOnlo'.St's. 'EasyMttrffis,
'floljegejgiiejtfy QuiElttitBt.f opposite jMound
V.iL:.nUUAH ' -
TOB3ffBM3;t. .aaL..t JzeA. .- wH
eiae'se I oi
2!5 Second Street.
FOR SALE House and lot on Front
St. below Sacra Via. 11600. Fine building lot
on Scammel near Fifth, tooo. A seven-room
house on front St. near Wooster, (1800. De
sirable lot on West Side, (800. One-quarter In
terest In a flour mill, paying good dividends.
A brick house and Btore for rent. Several tine
residences at 11000, tisoo, tsooo and 60O0. a six
room house renting for 115 per month, 11200.
A new eight room house on Third St., (2000.
Good building lots from mo to H0O. A 40-acre
bottom farm two miles up the Mnsklngum.
J. A. PLUiiEn & son,
Corner Putnam and Second.
U. S. Engineer Office, 83 Main St., Zanes
vllle. O., April 17, lsso. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, for tarnishing and delivering 'lis
tons, more or less. Run of Mine Cosl, f ornse
on Muskingum River, O., will be received here
until 1 P. m. , 'central time. May 27," 1896, In
formation fntaiahed by Edmund Moeeer,. Asst.
Engr. -w, H. Hener, Maj.i Sugrs.
Apriisr.et.' - "
Do You Want a Good Lamp?,
If bo, see Charles Holtz on Front Street near Putnam. Ho also will
show you by far the Best Selected stock of Queenswaro In Marietta.
Charles Holtz, the queensware man.
ei ' silk ji; bstai t
yk s nidi ; k ja I J 1 Mtm'l , -oIloOsW- as
t -si i an-'oli : 1 tfctf .St
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tib "S'tlcaiclii la swoai .ao
1S I.5tjJjnoa I.s i VuO viQC
is our stock of Mantels and
Also Fireplace Trimmings.
We have now the most complete
line 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 Third s,