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thinking of getting1 your
If so, of course youynnt the
latest Style, j
Best Finish, -Most
And a ''sWakino" Likeness.
In short TUE BEST, which everybody
knows Is made by
The MarietfrPicturW Wan,
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 15.00.
For Sale by
THE JEWELER !
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
Bike at $55,00. J15.00 down, $3.75 per
week for 4 weeks and 82.50 per week
thereafter until paid for. Specifiations:
24, 20 inch frame, Birmingham seamless
tubing, "'Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nickled handlo bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oii
tempered and dust proof.
There are no stampings or castings
on this wheel; it is strictly high grade,
warranted to be perfect in every re
spect and stands the test.
BIG FOUR CYCLE CO.,
119 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.
Wo'ye made "toilet soaps a study, and
believe we know good soap when we
Those who buy "comolexion" and
other kinds here, are sure to get their
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to choose from.
With us you get just what vou pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices every
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
We have a few more of those good
wheol (SUNOL) for sale yet- Also sev
eral good second-hand wheels at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and other NEW
WHEELS 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 SHOP is running full
time and doing first class work at a
reasonable price. We are putting in
all the latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad the break, cuts or
tears in, tire can be easily repaired on
We have made arrangements with
out1 Ei'EBT repair jnnn for steady work
the year around. 'Give him a-chance to
showyou how well he can repair-your-
wheejK 4 , j i'
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opposite Union 'Depot,
Telephone 1 18. 229 Second street
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO. tf. SUNDERLAND, 231 SECOND STIIEET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses ou feest Side, from J700 to
8 000. i
' s Vacant lots pnvVont street, $150 to (CO.
6 Lots on Eighth and Washington, 8300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, tsoo to 400.
80 Lots tor sale on Weekly pr Nonthly pay
ments. toLc tor Bala In the Ohio Valley sub-dlvi-
V. ,ulises near Boiler Works' at atargaln.
U Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House ol 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 toet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, I8Q6
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Miss Daisy Goldsmith has been
Visiting friends at Parkersburg.
The Park concert Wednesday eve
ning brought out the usual largo crowd
of music lovers and was one of the best
of the season.
Mrs. Eleanoi Harris, who has been
the guest of her mother; Mrs. Rhodes,
leaves today for St Louis.
Tho Caldwell Fair will be held
Sept 15th, 10th and 17th.
Sam NufUvho while drunk raised
a biertiwon the WeBt Sldo Mondav
cvenineJand ElrfickQeveral ndonreJLMa&
sufficiently sdW(frcdl1jprftisw,ei)p Mayor
( O . ' fc
clsonholder; Wednesday. vj99; ivas
nneu eiu ana costs lor 1113 mn. r
Warren McGce, who was reared in
thii county, died Augdst 14th at his
home at Assumption, Ills.
Mrs. Edward Heath, of Kansas, is
the guest of her parents here.
Miss Anna Preston has returned
from her studies at the University of
Michigan, where she recently grad
uated in medicine.
The engagement is announced of
Miss Clara Bosworth, daughter of Col.
D. P. Bosworth, this city, to Dr. Per-
clval Williams, of tho Post Graduate
Hospital, New York.
Special sale all this week at Bee
--The McKinley Glee Club will meet
tonight for rehearsal at the office of
J. C. Brenan, Putnam street
Mrs. James F. Foreman left Wed
nesday for KnoxyiUe, Tcnn., on a visit
to her son Charles.
Tho Lobdell Bicycle Club will send
a large delegation to Zanesyllle Labor
Day, Monday, Sept. 7th. Quito a
number of the boys will participate in
the big bicycle races, and expect to
bring home some of the handsomest
trophies. The 7. & O. R. it. will give
the boys ajspecial car for themselves,
and a baggage car for their wheels.
The low rate of $1.00 with cpecial re
turn train will attract a large number
outside of the club.
Mr. John Kuehn, father of the late
Father Kuehn, of this city, died at Chi
cago Tuesday, Sept. 1st, at the ad
vanced age of 90 years. The remains
will be brought hero Friday for burial.
G. B. Sunderland, the real-estate
man, sold the John Hamilton property,
on Second street below Washington,
yesterday, to Mr. J. S. Johnston, of
Fairmount, W. Va., for the sum of
$7,000. This property is one of the
finest and most complete in Marietta!
and Mr. Johnston is peculiarly fortu
nate In securing it, as Marietta is in se
curing Mr. Johnston.
Mrs. Effie Geddes and son; of
Lowell, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Bacher, West Side.
Special prices all this week on
shirtwaists, hosiery, underwear, tow
els and toweling at Bee Hive.
Mattie, the Infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Cook, North Hart street,
died Tuesday evening of membranous
St Mary's Parochial School will be
dedicated Sunday next There will
probably be a large number of visitors.
Knights of St George from Zanesville
and Parkersburg are expected to at
tend. At the parsonage of tho First M.
E. church Tuesday evening Mr. George
D. Wagner and Miss Carrie Milam, both
of this city, were united in marriage
by Rev. M. W. Acton.
A McKinley Club with 898 mem
bers has been organized at Cambridge.
Mr. Joseph M. Garvin, a highly re
spected citizen of Qualey, died August
19th, aged 04 years. He leaves a wife,
one son, J. E. Garvin, of Qualey, and
two daughters, Mrs. John Welch, of
Frost, and Mrs. K. D. Ellenwood, of
Moore's Junction. Mr. Garvin was
honest and upright in all his dealings
and will bo greatly missed in his neigh
Miss Kirk, of Woodsfield, is in the
city, at Mr. C. A. Ludey's, Second
We have it upon Democratic author
ity that Jay Belford, of Marietta, for
merly of Caldwell, and a nephew of
Postmaster Blbbetts Belford, has bolted
Bryan and the Chicago platform and
declared for sound money. Jay is
right in his declarations, but would
better himself by openly declaring for
McKinley. -Noblo Rep.
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t -T-bpecuu saie oi cents wonting.
shirts all this week at Bee Hive. A
iGeprgevO'Neal, of Mercer county, Is;
visiting Joe O'Neal, Fourth 'street
By a very, very close decision at
the home plate in the ninth inning
Parkersburg won a game from Cam
bridge Monday, their first from the
Guernsey county boys. Parkersburg
people were scarcely through jollifying
when Cambridge got down to business
on Tuesday and won tho next game 9
to S. Then, to add to tho sadness of
the series, Sadie Llewellyn went in the
box for Cambridge Wednesday and shut
Parkersburg out without a run, tho
score being 5 to 0. A dread silence
revorberates throughout sporting
circles in tho Kanawha Valley.
The races at the Fair thin week
will be the greatest attraction of the
Mr. David Reed, of Barlow, was in
tho city Wednesday looking for a horse
which was stolen at a political meeting
at Barlow Tuesday evoning. Tho ani
mal is a young sorrel maro and a pacer.
When taken it was hitched to a light
cart. No trace of the thief 'has boon
Zeko H. Bahlman has returned
from a visit at Columbus.
Mrs. John M. Landon is homo from
Greenville, Pa., where she has been
The transfer companies of tho city
are extremely busy at present and it is
difficult to procure teams without en
gaging them in advance.
Special opening of pattern hats at
Bee Hlvo Store.
j-t-PauFGage, bT Eureka,) is visiting
fiends' In' the city? The football
lovers of'the city 'will regret to-jlearn
tnni 'Mr. Gage, whoi wag a tower of
strengthen the team last year, will.
not be in College this fall.
Tho reunion of the 77th O. V. I.
will be held in Buell Post hall today
at 10 a. m. Forenoon meeting
will bo a meeting of the old comrades.
At 1:30 p. m. business meeting and
election of officers for ensuing year.
Supper given to members at Hotel Yale
this evening. Open camp fire
will be held in parlors of Hotel Yale to
which all soldiers are cordially invited.
A curiosity in the shape of a cherry
tree is noticeable near Weldner's
blacksmith shop on Second street.
One branch of the tree is in full bloom
while the others are as barren as usual
at this time of year.
Tho body of John F. Fast, who was
well known hero several years 3go,
was brought to his old home at Beverly
for burial Wednesday. He died from a
surgical operation performed in Chic
ago. Don't forget tho races at tho county
Fair. There are horses here with
records under 2:10.
Tho Order of tho Eastorn Star will
meet in the Chapter room at seven
o'clock Saturday evening to undergo
inspection by tho Grand Worthy Mat
ron of the State, Mrs. Gertrude B.
Williams. A large attendance is ur
Don't miss seeing the pattorn hats
today at Bee Hive.
Leidecker's Tool Works will closo
today to allow tho employes to attend
Mrs. H. C. Rodgers, of Watertown,
is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. L.
If you wish to spend a pleasant
afternoon, take in the excursion to be
given by the Unitarian church and
Sunday School next Monday afternoon.
The boat leaves the foot of Front
street at 1 p. m. sharp, going, if water
permits, to Blennerhassett. In case
there is not sufficient water to take
this trip, the boat will go up tho Mus
kingum. Fill your basket with good
things and go out for a jolly time. On
the return trip tho boat will land in
Marietta by nine o'clock at the very
Mrs. Mary Roney and daughter,
Mrs. Oliver Again, and sons James and
Frank, were called to Parkersburg
Wednesday by the illness of Mrs.
Roney's son Robert, who was attacked
by a hemorrhage and reported to be in
a critical condition.
Just receiving a lot of pattern hats
which can be seen today at Bee Hive.
Owing to bad connections on the
Ohio River road the Marietta baseball
team did not arrive at Barnesylllo Wed
nesday until 3:15 p. m. and were com
pelled to go directly from the train to
the ball grounds. After going against
Pastorius and being given the worst of
it in umpiring they were defeated by a
score of 6 to 7. But 7 innings were
played. Blough and Donahue com
posed tho battery and did good work.
The Mariettas will play at Barnesyille
again today and then go to Zanesville
for a series of three games with the
Next to tho races tho chief feature
at the Fair this afternoon will be the
balloon ascension and parachute leap.
The steamer Liberty went on tho
dock at Parkersburg Wednesday.
The Parkersburg Journal says :
"Deputy U. S. Marshal Granville Stout
arrived this morning from Wayerly with
a prisoner charged with selling liquor
without a government license and
lodged him in jail to await a hearing,
which will take place before U. S. Com
missioner John F. Laird, tomorrow.
The fellow refused, to give his name.
A lively scrap took placo on lower
Frojjt k&tree"la&tP tight and several
lcnoclc-downi blpwp were fleliye'red
r-'Uudging from he largfrumber of'
horses entered the races at tue Fair
this week w'ilf be of unusual interest.
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed, wliqn the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and Isluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt uso of th,is medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicino will act
moro suroly in counteracting and free
ing tho system from tho malarial
poison. Headache, indigestion. Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Illttors. BOc nnd II. Q0 per bottle at
Styer's Drug Store.
Dr. Thomas' Eclectric OU has cured
hundreds of cases of deafness that were
supposed to be incurable. It never
falls to cure earache. ,
Men are often
wiser than they act
They know how to
be happy but some
times tney are mis
erable. They know
there is no happiness
worth the name with
out health ; yet they
neglect health. They
allow dyspepsia and
biliousness and con
attention to tret
a hold on them and make life wretched.
Those three complaints usually come to
gether. Constipation affects the stomach
and liver. That brings on bilious attacks
and indigestion, headaches, nausea, dizzi
ness, queer sensations of weakness and pal
pitation Your nerves are unstrung, your
system is sluggish. You lose ambition.
The fact is your whole constitution is being
slowly undermined. What you need is Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
They cure constitution, dyspepsia and bil
iousness in the offly sure, permanent way.
There is nothing violent or irritating about
them, they Work mildly though quickly.
They torie and strengthen the bowclsJto
arry on their functions naturally. They
gently stimulate the, flow, of bile from the
liver and the digestive julcea of the stom
'acH?' You don't become a slave to their,
use asiwtth other pills. They make you t6
.ular nnd,then you can leave them.' That is
' the difference between Dr. Pierce's Pleasant
Pellets and the something "just as good,"
which a sharp druggist tries to substitute.
Don't let him do so with you.
If you want to keep your health and strength
without consulting the doctor so often, the best
ming you can ao is to wnic
to the World's Dispensary
Medical Association, Buf
falo, N. Y., for a. copy of
Dr. Pierce'sereat book, the
"People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser." Sendai
one .cent stamps to cover
cost of mailing only. It is
a large book of 1008 pages,
with over 300 illustrations.
It Is the same book of which
63o,ooo copies were sold at
fi.50 each. The' only dif
ference is la the binding,
is of stron ir manilla naner.
There Is no other such complete 'family doctor
book in the English language. It i a. veritable
medical library, complete in one volume. Send
kow before all are given away. They are going
off rapidly, therefore, do not delay sending tm
mrdtaUly If in want of one. The above generous
offer is limited to 500,000 copies.
"The Stamp of the Government."
"It is true," confesses '.he silver men,
"thut the bullion value of the metal in
a silver dollar is only 53 cents. But put
the government stamp on it by free
coinage and you will raiso the value of
it to 100 cents."
Senator John P. Jones, of Nevada,
one of lho most conspicuous and most
ublo of all the silver advocates, speak
ing on April 1, 1S74, said: "The value
of gold is not affected by the stamp of
Everyone who has considered the
subject knows that this latter state
ment is true. The metal in a gold dol
lar is worth exactly 100 cents, whether
it be stamped by the governnientornot
Molt the dollar and run it into any other
form md its alue remains unchanged.
If the stamp of the go eminent does
not change the value of one metal, is it
reasonable to suppose it would change
that of another? Can it do any more
for silver than it does for gold? No.
The stamp of all the governments in
tho world cannot make 53 cents' worth
of silver worth 100 cents any more
than they can make a silk purse outof a
tow's ear. Exchange.
Mr. Bryan says railroad rates have
not been reduced to keep pace wiUi
falling prices. In 1S73 it cost 33.5 cents
to take a bushel of wheat from Chicago
to the seaboard by rail, and in 1895 it
cost 12.17 cents. Even Mr. Bryan will
not assert that average prices aro less
than half and only a little more, than a
third of what they were in 1872. How
a mere fact will overthrow a whirlwind
jgyWanted, a house having from flve to
saven rooms, between Washington and Put"
nam streets. Address Mrs. Henry Leonard'
SSGeo. Curtis, teamster, carefully attends
to all work intrusted to him. Address 721 Sec
ond street, city.
JKiy Mrs. O. J. Shannon, M. D., 202 Scammel
street, near Second. Diseases peculiar to
women and testing eyes and lilting glasses a
BSfROOM FOR RENT. Lady preferred.
Inquire at corner of Fifth and Putnam, Lower
t3ff-B. F. Hart M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. ca. tl.Janl.'OO.
t"FOR SALE. House and Lot. 05x113
feet. Five room House. Will sell the same
cheap. Inquire En. Ssinn,
507 Smith Street.
Cgy"For sale or rent Pleasant Hill farm
four miles northeast of Marietta. Address
Henry Leonard, Marietta, O.
3F"Money to Loan. Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts,
ear-CHAS. S. HART, M. D., office and resi
dence No. ROfl Putnam street. Telephone 209.
DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law 13 adding, rooms 7 and 8.
J2TDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 2(12 Front Street, over Wols' Grocery.
TDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
"DB. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office 801
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
tefcDR. GALLAGHER-Dlseases of the eye
and fitting of gla&es. Law.BnUdingutnam
streeti ,rl' "rnv?c ' ' t
bco-8. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt-.1
llg'a Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours, from
9 a. m. to Sp. in.
Jgy FOR SALE. A business room on Front
street above Greene, with lot 16x180 ft, at (200
per foot. A six .room house on Third street
with lot 45x180 ft. at JUOO. A large business
room for rent House and lot on the corner of
Eighth and Warren streets, 51000. An eight
room house on Third street above Putnam
3000. Several lots from 8100 to 1300 on month
J. A. PHJIIEH & SON.
J3TOR SALE. College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots in "Emerson Heights" Sub-division
and six acres adjoining corp, line at low
prices. Several residence properties In the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. tor sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, I and 0 rooms.
Call and see us when looking for property,
- Ward & Stone,
2ts Second Street.
gat . vM
HEAPS AND HEAPS OF
New Dress Stuffs!
They are on every side
towns." A new basque-waist, one of the But
terick Patterns for September, is here pictured.
The Butterick Publications are the fountain
head of fashion information, and this store is
the fountainhead of stylish materials.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Often effects the sale of goods; but we prefer to submit facts rather
than bluster to people whose trade we seek.
It is a fact that we are selling goods cheaper than any competitor;
we do not mean to say this in a blustering or blowing way. All we
ask is your careful inspection of
Cream Bleached Damasks
The Scotch make, fills the hand;
made of pure ilax and will bleach
in two or three washings. We
bought them cheap and you're go
ing to get the benefit.
Those Fabric Gloves, Fast
They don't go fast enough, we're
clean up at One Half Price.
New Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and you should visit the
store each day and see the pretty new goods; and don'tforget that all
summer goods are being closed out at greatly reduced prices.
Standard Patterns are in the Lead.
172 FRONT STREET.
20 Per Cent
This is What We Are
Giving OFF on
For 30 Days, as our
Stock is too large
and must be
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
n Next door to First Nat'l Bank, "
!FRONaST. " ' MARIETTA, O
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Personal attention given Jo com
pounding of Prescriptions. ''l'J'
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold I
That is a good sentiment, and is if not good business to
attend to your needs iii tho Mantel and Grate Line at
this time ?
It is our pleasure to announce that right noio we 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 404 Third Street.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.
as you enter the store.
More bulk, more
yards, more beau
ty, more style and
more price attrac-
more than may be"
else in the city. A
tractive line of
at 50 and 60c per
yard. Ask to see
the new "James-
our goods and that will be proof
26 and 28 inch for' men and wo
men; you know a good umbrella
when you see it. We cordially
invite your inspection of the same.
They'll shed rain as a duck sheds
water and are the kind to buy.
Black and Fancy Stockings
going to sell them this week to
ile. iSt'SM- ! ! && !? &' &' ' -s'
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For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
MASON & MILLS,
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T)dd. Union Deriot,
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