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thinking of gutting your
If bo, of course you want the
Latest Style, ' ' "''
Most Natural Expression,
And a "Spkakino" Likeness.
In Bhort TIJE BEST, which everybody
ltnows'is made by
When your purchases at my store
amount to ?9 you are entitled to an
order on J. W. King, the Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with tl.BO you will receive Six of
King's Best Finished Cabinets and One
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount
This offer is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it
THE JEWELER I
129 Putnam 'street, Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
ntlro at sss.no. S15.00 down. J3.75 per
week for 4 weeks and J2.B0 per week
thereafter until paid for. Speclfiations:
24, 26 inch frame, Birmingham seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nlckled handle bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oil
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
irnnw 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
belieyo we know good Boap when we
Those who buy "comolexion" and(
other kinds hkiie, are sure to get their
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to choose from.
With us you get just wkat you pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices every
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
We have 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
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 dolnr first class work at a
reasonable price. Wo are putting In
all the latest machines for repair work.
No mattor how bad tho break, cuts or
tears in tire can be easily repaired on
Wo have made arrangements with
our expert repairman for steady work
tho year around. Glyo him a chance to
show you how well he can repair your
HAGAN & SCHAD,
' H sopposlteUniotr Depot,' ,,
Telephone 1 18. 229 Seconi'str'eet
I I UAftifttflTil
y. amm s
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND OIIUROH STREET
Horses kept by the Day, Week or Month,
Prompt Attention Often to Funerals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY. SEPT. 1 4, 1896
PERnOSaI. A-n'U ImOaL-.-
Mrs. Wra. Hscherv who has been
visiting' relatives at Columbus the .Inst
twrf months, returned home Saturday
Dr. E. P. Cooko, of Athens, is the
guest of relativesln the cltyv
Billy 'Pfeiffer received a serious cut
in the thigh Saturday night by an acci
dental fall onto a pjeco of broken glass.
An artery was severed and the wound
bled copiously. The out was sown up
by Dr. B. V! Hart. '
Mrs. Nellie Cunningham, formerly
(3feV9iVahalJ whftfor ten(yiars pjts;
has been a teacher in the Athe.
p's Home, left Athens, -two through trains, oachfdayo between
elenarlilontnnii, tLmeefcfMarietta and Columbus,t leavlngja't'9 tt
a gentleman w
Dr. A. R. Johnstone, of Chicago, is
in tho city. He. Is an, old friend of Dr.
Tho last game of tho Marietta-Par k
ersburg series was played here Satur
day afternoon and was won by the
homo team by a score of 10 to 8. Hits
Marietta 10 ; Parkersburg 7. Errors
Marietta 6 j Parkersburg C. Batter
ies Purcell and Haddox; Whissen and
Hunt. The game was not well played,
though very close in the last innings.
In tho first two innings the score was
0 to 0 In favor of Parkersburg, but the
Marietta boys got down to business
nnd won out by good and timely bat
ting. ' Of the fourtee'n games between"
the two nines, Marietta has, .won eight
and Parkersburg six. The showing
made by the home team is very credit
able considering its crippled condition
the past week.
In absence of Rev. Mr. Uenry .Tend,
pastor of the German M. E. Church,
who is attending conference at New
port, Ky., his son, Mr. Gustav Jend,
took his father's place Sunday evening.
Mr. Jend held an able discourse and
had us his .subject James 1:1-21.
Miss Maria IJuell will leave this
morning for Delaware, to join the
Smith Sisters on a concert tour in Texas
and the Dakotas.
The College House on Fifth street,
between Putnam aad Scammel, will be
used this year for a boarding house and
dormltorv for yonng men. It will bo
overhauled and completely rafurnishod
and made a pleasant homo for the oc
cupants. Mrs. C. F. Flanegin, of Pom
eroy, will be the matron of tho house.
Geortro 15. Sunderland aold the
Fred Coleman property on Saturday,
to John Hamilton, for tho sum of $4200.
Possession is to be given within o0
days. We understand that Mr. Cole"
man will probably go into business t
Tho sawmill bout C. II. Woods,
which sank a few weoks ago, while
tied to the bank, has been repaired
and resumed work.
Dolly Spanker, owned at Ravens
wood, was beaten last week by Lauras
owned by P. S. Hale, Belpre.
Lockkeeper Savago is busily at
work attempting to stop the leak un
der the ice harbor lock. If ha is suc
cessful the floor will bo ropalred with
A. L. Hoyt has been making free
silver speeches in Letart Falls, this
state, and claiming to be a Democratic
candidate for Prosecuting Attorney of
Wood county, W. Va. Hoyt is a fraud.
He formerly lived at Beverly and is tho
person who several years ago had a
penchant for engaging himself to
young ladles while having a wife and
children at home. His escapade at
Pomeroy inspired Hon. D. D. Taylor's
married masher law.
E. S. Smith, a Warron, Pa., oil op
erator, is in the city on business.
Cambridge, with Armstrong in the
pitcher's box, defeated Zanesvillo 8 to 4
in a twelve-inning game Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hannen left for
Cincinnati on the excursion over the
Ohio River road Satnrday.
Capt. C. E. Verges, of Lowell, was
a business visitor in tho city Saturday.
A son was born Saturday, Sept
12th, to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hurt, Sec
Herbert Sloan left Satuiday for
Cincinnati to pursue his studies at the
Electic Medical Collego
Miss Laura McGee, who has been
visiting Miss Nellie Purdy, Third
street, returned Saturday to her home
Misses Uulda Zlmmer and Maggie
Eyeleigh left Saturday ,fpr Cincinnati
on an extended visit to jfriends In that
0 'MY.-'T.'ii. Ne'wlty ankllttWreW
died't Ms homoSundSy evOjOngxqf
cancer 01 tne siomacn, ue1 leaves u
family and was about 50 years of age.
The remains will be taken to Coal Run
today for burial.
Catcher Sam Taylor, of tho Mari
etta nine, was released Saturday and
Haddox, of Sistersvllle, signed In his
place. "Reddy" Gllllgan also has beon
signed to play right field for tho homo
team. There will be some hot games
here this week three with liarnes
vlllonnd three with Paris, Ky, The
latter wants revenge for that 10 to 0
Miss Bertha Cutter is visiting
friends at Cumberland, Guernsey
Mrs. S. S. "Knowles nnd daughter,
who have been spending the summer
at the Dana Farmt below Beverly, have
Mr. and Mrs., P. C, Fisher are air
sent on a visit to relatives at Ports
mouth and Newport, Ky.
, J. P. Reed( of Sharon, Pa., has been
the guest of his ssn, Mr. L. F. Keed, of
the River Oas Company.
A heavy rain passed over the east
ern portion of the county Saturday
night and.conslderable drift was run
ning Sunday morning. No damage,
however, is yet reported.
The T. & O. a Ex. By. will not
change time today as advertised, on ac
count of the great pressure brought to
bear bv the natrons of the road. The
-manngementhas , decided. ito-poptinue
the present splendid train -.sery ice 'of
nil. otad Slltfm m., with: an'f elegant
car through to Toledo 'without chanee
on the latter train. l
Tho Third street paving is boing
delayed slightly on account of tho non
arrival of the 13-ton steam roller,
which has beon shipped for several
Conductor Uriah Campboll, of the
B. & O. S. W., was at Hamden on busi
At the Ravenswood fair lost week
C A. Sigafried, of Waverly, who was
running a stand on the grounds, was
mobbed by a gang of toughs and nearly
killed. One of the gang claimed that
Sigafried owed him eight dollars, but
Sjgafrled'.said that ho had paid 'him
and relusert to pay ine secona time.
Tho fellow loft, but came back in a
short time'wlth a number of his friends.
They jumped onto Sigafried with clubs,
etc, and as a result he is now lying at
the point. of death from having his
forehead crushed in with a club. His
assailants aro all under arrest.
The twelve-year-old son of Honry
Edwards, at Sistersvllle, mot with a
fatal accident last Friday. He went
up to the well, which his father was
runnintr on the J. Russell farm, about
two miles north of the city, with his
father's supper. In going through the
engine room ho slipped and fell In the
fly-wheel of the engine, which tore him
limb from limb.
The social of the Beech Grove Pres
byterian church, of Hills, will bo held
at the home Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cay
wood Friduy evening Sept. 18th. All
ate cordially invited. -VA&
A number of little folks were de
lightfully entertained at tho home of
Miss Emma Mueller Saturday after
noon in honor of Miss Dorothy Mueller,
of Annlston, Ala. Those present were
Mabel Moore, Nola lloU, Carol Boyd,
Gladys Alderman, Margaret Moore,
Milton Roeser, Helen James, Willie
Lanslev, Katheria Kelly, Dorothy
Mueller, Helen Becker, and Blargart
Chief Dispatcher Plumly, Super
visor Riggs and Civil Engineer Torcher,
of the . fc O. S. W., were in the city
Deputy U. S. Marshal W. E. Mason
vim down from Columbus over Sunday.
A' carpenter named Chapman en
gaged In an altercation with George
Abbott near the Nott House Saturday
night and in the- scrimmage that fol
lowed both combatants tumbled over
the river bank. Chapman's face was
considerably bruised and cut
Mr. Elmer Fairbanks, brakeman
on the Z. & O. R., leaves today for
Bellefontaine to attend tho funeral of
the wifo of his brother.
Dr. Jacob Bohl, West Side, is able
to ride out after being confined to his
bed for three weeks by impaction and
inflammation of the bowels.
Tho village of Belpre is putting on
airs by having Its houses numbered in
true city style. It is said that a num
ber of silyerites In the town refused to
nmnlov the artist dolncr the work be
cause he used gold leaf In making the
Mrs. C. SrLund and Mrs. C. H.
Lund, who have been guests of the
former's son, Treasurer G. J. Lund, re
turned to Macksburg Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Hawks, Jr., of
Duluth, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.
Tho pay-car came In over the B. &
O. S. W. Sunday.
John L. Locke, of Cambridge, at
Marietta, Monday evening.
John L. Locke at Macksburg, Tues
day evening. ,
II, B.JDavls, the Mayorof Htllsbpro,
will be in, this county, next I week, to
Hoomo campalgn-wgrfcin tljo Interest
of bo'nnd money nndrbtectlon.
.... , m. r. . ---i3j, . I.V.
Awuarjowpuupsuny uypjuus, iv 1 .-
low andiRfSQDaiyeC l '
At Cutler, Tuesday oyening, J. H.
Riley and R. A. Underwood.
Sond your address to II. E. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and get a free iramplo
box of Dr. King's New Llfo Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and aro
particularly effective in the euro of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been p'roved Invaluable. They aro
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
eyerv deleterious substance and to bo
nurelv vegetable. Thev do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
stomach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Kegular size 20c. per oox,
Sold by W. H. Styer, Druggist
Stops Tinkering With a Job and
Finishes in a Week What He
Had Been Experimenting on
For Ten Years.
Before the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers became a powerful or
ganization, before stationary engineers
in some states required to pass exam
inations as to fitness for important
positions an engineer and fireman and
man of all work was forced to bank
his faro und stop his engine on account
of pounding. Ho tinkered at it for a
day or two but the trouble was as bad
as ever when ho started her up again
with the same result. Finally his em
ployer was forced to call in a more
competent uuthorityand a sort of Jack-
of-jul-trades was engaged. He poked
ttiuuuu iur HUH uu I4UUT Ur bU, UlllSD-
ed a nit or two, cased some part ,that
showed friction and said "she'll so."
She did go much to the astonishment
ot the onlookers and the tinker was
asked to make out his tilll."' 'It read as
Fixing engine $ 50
Knowing how 10 00
Total $10 50
This anecdote has nothing earthly
to do with Mr. A. L. Carter, the en
gineer at Zolar's brickyard. We mere
ly introduce him in this manner so
that his evidence will proyo that for
fifty cents any citizen of Marietta who
ha been tinkering with hlB kidneys
can get them properly fixed. Know
ing how will surely cost tho time and
trouble involved in reading his state
ment He says:
"Army life may have had something
to do with the attacks of kidney com
plaint I am subject to. I enlisted in
the Ohio Reg. 30, Co. H., and it is pos
sible that the cause may be traced to
the hardships endured. Whatever the
cause there is one thing sure I have
suffered any amount of misery at
times, my bck aching for days at a
time and along with it there was a dis
tressing urinary weakness. Tho secre
tions scalded and inconvenienced me
at night. I have taken lots of medi
cines for it in my time, some may have
helped me when taking them and some
may have helped for a Bhort time after
but I never got anything to do the
work of Doan's Kidney Pills. I got a
box at W. H. Styer's tho druggist on
Front street Tney are a 81 article.
The good promises to bo lasting. I
advise their use to any suffering from
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers. Price 50 cents per box. or
sent by mail on receipt of price. Fos-tcr-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y., solo
agents for the United States.
Egystrayed, water spaniel pup, white on
hind feet and on breast. First missed Tues
day evening, rinder please notify Dlclt Mason,
515 Second street and receive reward.
Bjjy-Deslrable furnished room for rant,
5SVanted, a house having from five to
seven rooms, between Washington and Tut
uam streets. Address Mrs. Henry Leonard
57Geo. Curtis, teamster, carefully attend
to all work intrusted to him. Address 721 Sec
ond street, city.
SSTIl. F. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 810 Front street. Te
lephone No. 09. tl.Janl.'OB.
S5?"Money to Loan. Apply at Room
t Mills Building, Cor.2nd and Putnam Sts.
BOrCHAS. S. HART, M. D., office and resl
dence No. 800 Putnam street. Telephone 209.
OBfDR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
tDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 202 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
yDR.W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
SDR. E. F. EDny, Dentist. Office 801
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
ears. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
Da. m. to 6p.m.
J3"LADIES. We have opened our sewing
room In the I. O. O. F. Building, West Side,
and are prepared to do all kinds of sewing In
cluding Dressmaking, Family sewing, Chil
dren's clothes, .S.C. Give us a trial and we will
Sept.5th-eod,lm. R. S. IlnECKENmDGE.
Xgy-FOR SALE. A new I room house in
Glendale, $00. A new 5 room house near
Chair Factory, $1200. A business room on
Front street above Greene with frontage of 10
feet, 83200. A new 5 room house on Ohio street
near Fourth, f 1850. A house and lot 90x160 ft.
on Second street between Putnam and Scam
mel streets, J5003. Cheap lots in Putnam
Place on easy terms.
J. A. Pi.usiEn & Son.
S3TF0R 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. for sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, 4 and a rooms
Call and Eee us when lopkipg for property.
-i WAnn A-'Stonk,
a wo-" 2 a -Second Street.
Real Estate lor Sale. Hi
OKpl.iBVNDEBMNp.Spl SECOND STREET, OP
' t.j,- j;OS JJlflON DEPOT. "
7 Houses on rront street J1.700, 1,800, 2.000,
Second street 11,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street 13,000.
Third street, U Houses, (1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1.SO0, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street $1,000, 1,600, 2,800, 5,000
Fifth Street S00, 2,000. 8,030.
Sixth street l,Roo, 2 000, 2,500.
Warren street 1700,1800, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, 4,200, lot 180 by ISO. '
Literary Note from the Century Co,
Marlon Crawford has written a new
story specially for The Century. It is
called "A Rose of Yesterday," and it
will begin in the November number
and run for six months. Tho story
opens in Lucerne, and whilo it is en
tirely separate in interest, some of U19
personages that appear in it will be
familiar to readers of "Don Orslno." It
j is wholly romantic in character.
Two brands of Black Goods are wdrldrre
nowned "PRIESTLEY'S" and "GOLD MED
AL." Rich lustre, deep dye. superior finish and
elegant style characterize these makes in a de
invite you to look at two or three pieces of these
elegant Black Goods, but a stock such as you
would see in a great city.
The richest and most stylish TRIMMINGS
are shown in connection with this splendid line
of Black Goods. Do not fail to see them.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
1500 Standard Fashion Sheets for October to be distributed to our
city.and country customers FREE of charge. Those residing in city
can obtain them by calling at the store, and those residing outside of
city can obtain them by addressing us on a postal, absolutely "with
Owing to the greatly increased demand for the publications of tho
Standard Fashion Company we were obliged to send for a much
larger supply than usual aD(l are now in a position to meet all'dmand.
The latest fall patterns Standard Monthly Magazines and Standard
Designers are all here. The Designer has again bean enlarged and
greatly improved, making it undoubtedly the best book of the kind
in the United States.
Use Standard Patterns and No Others.
All numbers constantly in stock and mail orders promptly filled,
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,
Noxt door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONTS i ks MARlfcTA, Q
personal atenflqp given jto com
, pounding QPrescrlplont
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold 1
That is a- good sentiment, and is it not good business to
attend to your needs in tho Mantel and Grate 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 over brought
to Marietta. Every word of this
calling on us at 404 Third Street. '
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.
gree not attained
by any other a.
makes of Black
Goods are here
because it vis the
Dolicv of this store
.i.VAo, Have' the best,
and because it is
the policy of the
place them where
fine goods are
sold. We do not
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
MASON & MILLS,
.fBec-ondj St. opp. Union Depot.
' Noat Stylish .Work. - iSatis-
r faction Guaranteed.
(l j i
is true and you can 'verify it'b