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Would You Go
To a blacksmith shop to buy a fine
watch oven If thoy offered to "make
Would you go for a line photograph
where thoro la alack of skill, taste and
progressiva enterprise"? Where tho
facilities are 'scant and the apparatus
old and out-of-date?
The largest, most modern and com
plete gallery in South-eastern Ohio
where thoroughly up-to-date work Is
produced is owned and operated by
The Marietta Pjcture Man.
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 85.00.
For Sale by
THE JEWELEIt t
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
Hike at $55,00. 515.00 down, $3.75 per
week for 4 weelre and $2.50 per week
thereafter until paid for. Speciflations:
24, 20 inch frame, Blrminghp seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood enameled or nickled handle bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oil
tompered and dust proof.
There are no stampings or castings
on this wheel; it is strictly high grade,
warranted to bo perfect in every re
spect and stands the test.
BIG FOUR CYCLE CO.,
110 Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
And Most Others
Know well the charm of soft, white
hands and a fair complexion.
It's Easy to keep the complexion
right, if you use right soap.
We've made toilet soaps a study, and
belieye we know good soap when wo
Those who buy "complexion" and
other kinds uEitu, are sure to get their
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to choose from.
With us you got just what you pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices every
. Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
We havo a few more of those good
wheel (SUNOL) for sale yet. Also sev
eral good second-hand wheels at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and other NEW
WIIEELS in the Livery are all in first
class order and well taken care of.
When you want to take a ride come and
Our REPAIR SIIOP is running, full
tlmo and doing first class work at a
reasonable price. We aro putting In
all the latest machines for repair work.
.No matter how bad tho break, cuts or
tears in tiro can be easily repaired on
Wo havo mado arrangements with"
our expeht repair pan for steady work
the year around. Oiye him a chance to
show you how wpll he can repair your
HAGAN & SCHAD
Opposite Union Depot,
229 Second street
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1806
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Miss Irene Cooke is in Beverly,
guest of Miss Applegute.
Fireman George W. Thompson, ho
is still at the Bolpre Hotel, continues to
Improve and is now considered out of
danger. He will be romoved to his
home as soon as ho is able to travel.
James Donuegan was taken v in
charge by the police Wcdncsdaytind is
now in the city prison suffering with
delirium tremens. .Su
There aro now twenty counties in
northwestern Ohio that aro producing
mpre qrx less crude oil. Thoy are as
follows: Wood, Hancock, Allen, Ahg-lafe.-
Sandusky, Lucas, Mercer, Van
wort, Wyandot, Soncca, Ottawa, Har
din, Henry, Putnam, Shelby, Paulding,
Williams, Logan and Marion.'
The Street Committee, Paving
Committee, Commissioner and Engi
neer visited Wooster Btreet at its inter
section with Second, yesterday, with a
view to abating tho flooding of tho
streets at tho place mentioned. They
decided to havo the Engineer prepare
estimates for a brick sewer four feet in
diameter, running from Second down
Wooster to Front, thence diagonally
across the Park into the Muskingum
The Sunday School excursionists
from McConnesville came in Wednes
day in nine coaches over the Z. & O. R.
and passed the day in an enjoyable
manner. During the dinner hour they
were treated to a delightful concert in
Muskingum Park by Arnold's band and
at one o'clock they wore entertained
by an exhibition run of tho fire de
psrtment The run was a failure.
One of the horses, "Kit,-" fell at tho
corner of Putnam and Front streets
and lost considerable time getting on
her feet When an attempt was made
to. make the coupling aboye Scammel
street, the hose caught in running out
of the wagon, throwing two firemen
down and tho run really ended in a
fizzle, though not by fault of any of
the firemen. Tho excursionists re
turned by special train at six p. m.
"Dick" Finch, tho baggage master
who was in the baggage-car of tho
wrecked passenger train, escaped, it
was thought at the time, with several
bruises and a severe shaking up, and
continued to perform his duties on the
road. However, when ho came in Sun
day night from his run on train No. 4,
he was seized with a fainting fit just
after he left the train and was com
pelled to spend tho night at the depot
in Parkersburg, being unable to bo ro
moved to his boarding place. Today
he was still in a precarious condition.
He1 has sustained no visible wounds,
but suffers intensely. It seems to bo a
case of complete and gcnoral collapse,
his nervous system being shattered by
the shock and the succeeding reaction.
Tho game at tho ballpark Wednes
day between the Mariettas and the
McConnelsvllle Reds, was about as bad
an exhibition of the sport as was ever
seen on the Marietta grounds. The
score was something like SI to it in fa
yor of Marietta.
The Headquarters of the Republi
can County Executive Committee will
bo opened In the Colonial Block this
morning and will be in charge of Mr.
Howard Haddow. Three rooms have
been secured and will be kept open
during the ontiro campaign.
J. R. Thompson, assistant operator
at the Western Union, leaves this morn
ing for Eaton, his former home, where
he will remain about a week.
Lynch M. E. church will hold a
festival Wednesday evening, August
20th, at the church. Everybody in
vited. D. H. Buell returned yesterday
from New York.
Everybody is invited to uttend the
meeting of the Democratic Club at
Marshal Hall Friday night, and hear
the "eloquent Republicans tell why
they are for Bryan and free silver."
The member of tho Marietto club
having tho most stolen bases to his
credit In tho next seven games will be
presented with a fine pair of trousers
by the Buckeye Clothing Company.
TheGerman Lutheran church will
picnic at Fountain Park today, the
train leaving at nine o'clock.
A large number of old soldiers and
their friends will go up to Stowo's
grovo on the Catherine Davis tonight
to attend the social.
Mr. George W. Summers, Miss
Summers and Miss Scrogin, of. Parkers
burg, were in tho city, last night, 'reg
istered ai the Bellevue.
Messrs. M. R. WoWI and Loo Wolff,
of Wheeling, are in the city on busi
ness. Dr. E. P. Cooke, of Athens, Is the
guest of his mother, Mrs. Susan Cooko.
Tho gradually lessening interest
excited by a silver discussion on tho
streets is noticeable. Tho average
business man appears to havo become
disgusted and annoyed with the cease
less rot and tho opinion is gaining
ground that tho free coinage move
ment is hanging itself.
r-The Washington County Populist
convention will bo held at Fountain
Park on Saturday, August 20th. Tho
Democratic organ, tho Times, will pub
lish tho call next week.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of tho
United Brethren church, corner of
Wooster and Mulberry streets, will
glyo a social in their church on Friday
evening, Aug. 21st.
Tho steamer Catherine Dayis has
been secured to raise tho sunken
saw mill steamer C. H. Woods.
Prof. Barnes will lecture before tho
Normal Instituto this evening on the
subject, "Creation's Masterpiece."
Miss Laura Tracewell, of Parkers
burg, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Hon. E. W. Doty and daughter, are
visiting friends in the city.
H. P. Shoets and daughter, Miss
Bertha, of Newport, left Wednesday
.for Niagara Falls. '
Prof. M. R. Andrews Is home from
Tennessee, where he has been for th'o
past three weeks studying tho historV
of the state.
Miss Mtnnio O'Blcnness, of Bel pre,
was the guest of friends in the city
A jolly party of excursionists from
McConnolsville who came down on the
Lorena Wednesday morning was com
posed of Mr. and MVs. W. E. Fanell,
Misses Maud Cochran, Mabel Jones,
Fannie Hawkins, Edith Porter, Ward
and Harper and Messrs. George Scott,
Harry Sharpe, John Irwin, Joe Bush,
Will Settler and Dale Alderman. The
party returned homo on the 'A. & 0. R.
special at six o'clock.
Our Beverly correspondent writes
us that by an error in his last communi
cation he was made to say thoro were
30 vacant houses in Beverly, whereas
he should havo said "soveral". He
states that there is no such number as
thirty unoccupied houses in tho town,
which has recently taken on a substan
Wesley Hooper romoved Wednes
day into tho Leo property on Maple
street . .:
Miss Nettie Bahlman, who has been
visiting hor parents on the West Side
for the past month, expects to leave
next Friday to her duties at Lincoln,
Neb., where sho is employed.
Civil Engineer Edmund Moeser,- of
tho U. S. Engineer office, anesville,
was in the city on business Wednesday.
Mrs. Celia Jone'i and Miss Clara
Fouts, of McConnelsvllle, were guests
of Mrs. Lizzie Sayro and other relatives
We are pleased to stato that Prof.
Joseph Manley has reconsidered his
determination to sever his connection
with Marietta College and will not go
to Normal, Ills., as ho stated. A tele
gram to this effect was received by the
College Trustees Wednesday forenoon.
William Grass was fined $10 and
costs by Mayor Mcisenheldor Wednes
day for drunkenness and disorderly
Iluclcluii'NArti en Salve.
Thk Best Salve in tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
Rive perlect satisfaction, or monev re
funded. Price 25 cents per box..
For wale bv W. 11. Stver.
Miss Dora Mason, of Straight Run,
and Miss Mary Tanner are attending
Normal School at Marietta.
Miss Maud Ilamor is visiting relatives
at Crooked Tree.
Little Johnny Rummer and sister
Hallie, of Marietta, who have been
spending some time visiting relatives
in tho neighborhood of Hackney, in
company with their cousin, Miss Myrtle
Morris, of Hackney, on their return
stopped over night with their uncle, W.
S. Reener, of this place.
Mrs. Ann Mason, of Bellaire. Ohio,
ivas called hero by the sudden death of
her father, Mr. Smith.
Mrs. Dr. Rebout, of Wheeling, W.
Va., and son and daughter, Guy and
Ada, are visiting Mrs. Rebout's parents
Miss Jessie Delong, of Macksburg,
after visiting rolatives here for several
days, in company with her cousin, Miss
Maggie Newton, of this place, spent a
very pleasant week in Beverly with
Miss Delong's sister.
Mr. Charles Smith of this place was
taken suddenly ill Tuesday evening,
and all that medical skill could do was
done, but of no avail. Ho suffered In
tensely until two o'clock Thursday
night, when he died. He was 74 years
of age and leaves a wifo and several
children, all of whom are married, ex
cept Lewis, who is still with bis mother.
The funeral was conducted by Rev.
Kyle, of Lowell, at tho Christian Church,
and his remains were then taken to
the cemetery ,at Lowell for, .interment.
Mrs. Florence Scott, of Nelsonvllle,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Larey, here.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebo Thomas, of Junction
City, III., was told by her doctors she
had Consumption and that there- was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr.
King's Now Discovery completely cured
hor and sho Bays it saved hor'llfe. Mr.
Thos. Eggers, 139 Flo.-lda St, San
Francisco, suffered from a dreadful
cold, approaching Consumption, triod
without result everything else then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's Now
Discovery and In two weeks was cured.
Ho is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of which these aro samples,
that prove tho wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in Coughs and Colds.
Freo trial bottles at.W. H. Styer's Drug
Store. Regular size SOc. and.tl.00.
who are supposed
to represent great
(strength and perfect
health, arc likely to
die of consumption.
isn't always health.
Disease will develop
rapidly once let the
genus of consume,
tlon get into i man's
system, and it will
kill him certainly on d
surely if he doesn't
tafce the proper
measures to get rid
of it Exercise and
work and dlctincr and
all that sort of thing
are good enough in
their way, but con
sumotion is one of
the.things that they won't cure. The bacil
lus of consumption Is a living organism. It
Is Infinitesimal, but it is alive. The only
way to get rid of it is to kill it If it isn't
killed, it will develop and multiply. Gernu
are wonderfully prolific. In the quickest
imaginable time, one becomes a thoasand,
and a thousand a million. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery is a eerm hunter
and a germ killer. Wherever a disease germ
lurks tin the body, the" Discovery" will
find it will render it harmless. It doesn't
make any difference what you call your dis
ease, or what kind of &;frmitis. Allgenni
circulate in the blood. The "Golden Med
ical Discovery" purifies the blood purges
it of germs enriches it with life-giving
Properties. N It not only kills disease, but it
uilds up health. It is a tonic, a nervine,
or nerve-food, or invigorator and blood-purifier,
all in one bottle.
If yon want to know all or the facts about
this wonderful remedy if you want to
know all about the human body, and human
health, and sickness ana now
to get rid of it, send for Dr.
Pierce's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser, a standard med
ical work of 1008 pagts, pro
fusely illustrated, which will
be sent free on receipt of 21
one-cent stamps to cover cost
of mailing only. This work
is a complete family doctor
book and should be read by
both young and old. The profits on the stle"
of 6S0.000 copies at $1.50 has rendered possi
ble this free edition. Address, World's D.8
"aensatv Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Miss Florence Hill will remain in
Marietta with the view of teaching
Strict attention applied to Thematic
Practical Method ; Touch and Tech
Nic ; proper gi-adlng in the selection of
compositions, and adaptability to, and
cultivation of individual taste. One
hour lessons, one dollar. Aug.l4-8ts.
Thousands of people are subject to
bowel trouble in some of its various
forms. Dr. Fowler's Est. of WildStraw
berry is an unfailing remedy in all such
fejy-The Cle eland & Marietta Ry. Com
pany will offer for sale at Its depot at Mari
etta at 11 o'c'ock a. m. Saturday, Aug. 22d, un
claimed freight as heretofore 'advertised, by
poster. E. W.Pace, G. T. A.
r-FOR SALE House and Lot. 1.5x113
feet. Fheroom House. Will sell the same
507 Smith Street.
JEaSfTor salo or rent Pleasant Hill farm,
four miles northeast of Marietta. Address
Henry Leonard, Marietta, O.
"FOK SALE. A good Draft and Carriage
Horse, 6 years old, gentle and well broke. Al
bo a fine two year colt. J. W. DYAn,
Halnbow. or at Willow Farm.
ESfTwo furnished rooms for rent. Apply
at 125 Second street.
I-GIRL WANTED. Wanted, girl for gen
eral housework. MRS. W. G. WAV,
No. 2J0 Third stieet.
J37"Money to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
KS-CHAS. S. HART, M. D., office and resi
dence No. 300 Putnam street. Telephone 209.
BF-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist. OQcein
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
SfDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 202 Front Street, over Wels" Grocery.
t3fDR. W. M. HART, Dentist. Office 1
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
WDn. E. P. KDDV. Dentist. Offirn 80
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
t&rnil. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
HT3. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. m. to-5p. m.
ISyFOR RENT. Six new rooms on Sev
enth street, between Butler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J. Gedel
or at the residence.
tSyFurnlshed Rooms for rent, opposite
Union Depot. Inquire at
Aug.10.-3ts. 'No. 227 Second Street.
t3?"FOR SALE. College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In "Emerson nelghts"Subdlvl.
slon and six acres adjoining corp. line at low
prices. Several residence piopertles In the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, 4 and u rooms.
Call and see us w hen looking for property.
WAnD & Stone,
2S5 Second Street.
BB-FOR SALE. A good 0 room house with
full city lot near Boiler Works, J2.000. A B
room house on West Side, 1030. Four lots on
Wes Side at ?3J0 each. A 5 room house on
Third street, gl,10O. A 3-story business block
pn Front street, near Butler, 15,000. Soveral
lots frpm 100 to' $300 on monthly payments.
E5PFOR SALE A now 6 room house in east
end M10O, A 6 room house on Greene street,
(7(0, tetuis easy, A 0 room house on Third
street, near Warren, $1W0. A tine building lot
4SxlS0 on Second street near Scammel. A
newsroom house with water and gas. 9700.
Persons having i roperty to sell from $000 to
J1S00 will do well to leave same with us.
J. A. 1'LUIIEH & SON,
Real Estnto for Salo.
GEO, n, SUNDERLAND, 231 SECOND ST11EET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from (700 to
E Vacant lots on Front street, 450 to (CO.
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington, fsoo to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, 8300 to 400.
r0 Lots for sale pn Weekly or Monthly paj
ments. 10 Lots for salo In the Ohio Valloy sub-division.
11 Houses near Roller Works at a bargain.
8 Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, 2,100. ,
ilfffiWJ I IHn
MODERN Ideas oi
HEALTHFUL Drco are PERFECTED In
DON'T TAKE ANY SUBSTITUTES.'
Tape-fastened Buttons. Cord-cd&o Dutton
Holes. Clamp HiicKIo nt Hip securely holds
Hoso Supporters. Shapo peimlts full expan
sion nf limps. Ghes satisfaction. Bo sur
your Waist 13 stamped " Ooon Sense."
Children's Hisses' Youn Ladles' Ladles'
5 to 50c. E0to$l. 75c to $1. $1. to $2.
Quality and finish unequalled.
WE RECOMMEND THEM.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The Standard Fashion Patterns
For September have just arrived. They are without doubt the most
popular in the market, as is clearly demonstrated by the present and
rapidly growing demand for them in all sections of the country.
The immense production of this Company enables them to reduce
the price of patterns below all competitors, which they are doing, as
you will see by comparing the following prices of Standard patterns
Ladies' Costumes, Tea Gowns, etc.,
Ladies' Skirts, Basques, Jackets, etc,
Misses' and Girls' Costumes,
Misses' Jackets, Basques and Skirts,
Children's Jackets, etc.
HAVE YOU SEEN
The Standard Designer ?
The most beautiful Fashion Magazine published ; containing Four
handsome Colored Plates each month.
Price 1 0 Ctc. a Month. Only $ 1 a Year.
That's why millions of them are sold.
172 FKONT STREET.
Join the thioug that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
lowest trices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l llank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
In Times or Heat Prepare tor Cold I
That is a good sentiment, and is it not good business to
attend to your needs in the Mantel and Qrato Line at
this time ?
It is our pleasure to announce that right now wo aro equipped with
the biggest and best selected stock of Tiles and Mantels ever brought
to Marietta. Every word of this is true and you can verify it by
calling on us at 40 Third Street.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.
or Waist that you pre
fer is here. We keep
all the well known and
line, 4 in Hand, Model
Form, Kabo, Thomp
son's Glove Fitting, "R
& G," Royal Worcester,
Her Majesty, "P. N.",
Bail's. Schilling's; The
Jackson Waist, Chica
go &Waist, The Equi
poise Waist, Ferris'
Good Sense. We do
notlmention all, only
Misses' and Chil
dren's Corsets and
Waists all the best
Price List of Price List of
Standard Patterns "other" Patterns
25 cents 40(to 50 cents
20 " 25 to 35 "
20 " 25 to SO "
15 " 20 to 25 '
15 " 20 to 25 "
10 " 15 to 20 "
5 " 10 to 15 "
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and llutler Sts. Marietta, O.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish "Work. Satis