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't Best Finish,
' Most Natural Expression,
1 And a "SrEAKitfo" Likeness.
Tn nVinrt. THti BEST, which evcrvbodv
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When your purchases at my store
amount to 83 you are entitled to an
order on J. W. King, the Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with 11.60 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 t . ,
120 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio,
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
Bike at 155,00. $15.00 down, 83.75 per
week for 4 weeks and $2.60 per week
thereafter until paid for. Speculations:
24, 20 inch frame, Birmingham seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nickled 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 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
believe we know good soap when we
Those who buy "complexion" and
other kinds herb, are sure to get their
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to choose from.
With us you get just what you pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices every
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Marietta News Stand,
216 Front Street.
Papers for all. The campaign is
on; read and become enlightened.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune,
daily, 10c per week.
Pittsburg Commercial Gazette,
daily, 6c per week.
Pittsburg Post, daily, 6c per
All papers delivered upon ar
rival, promptly; also all Monthly
Magazines and Weekly Periodi
cals. Bicycle livery the best in the
city, rates' moderate, and plenty
G. H. Eells, Jr., Agt.
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Lively, Feed and
V COB. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
, loriu kept by the Day, Week or Montk,
Preast Attention Given to Funerals.
' Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or.
dors by telephone will receive
MARIETTA? - - - OHIO
Notice of Appointment.
Assignment ot Eam'l Sulzbacher.
The undersigned bas been duly appointed
and qualified as 'Assignee In trust, tor tbe
beneutrbrtbe creditors of Sam'I Sulzbacher of
V mediate payment, and creditors will present
," t.utA1- tn lhn undanlmied.-for allowance.
Dated this 0th day ot Sept. A. D, 1990. ,
8ept.lltD.fWKS. UBAB. A. UVUX.T,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
FRIDAY. SEPT. 18, 1800
Hon. T. F. Davis returned Thurs
day from Canton, where ho called on
Major McKinloy and paid his respects
to the tiext President. The Senator
looks upon the political situation as
growing brighter dally and is working
enthusiastically in the Republican
cause, notwithstanding lying reports,
which have been purposoly circulated,
to the effect that ho is for free elver.
Poor old Parkorsburg is certainly
in a bad way. Late last night a mon
ster rattlesnake with nine rattles was
kiHocLlnjfrifrit-otl thb Court; (Jibuti i in
nature ''letting in tbe jungle."
-The latest r6p6rt from the bedside'
of W. 11. Gaitree, at Columbus, con
veyed intelligence that he was slightly
improved, and if his condition will
permit Re will bo brought to Marietta
Shortstop Griffin, who has been
playing right field for the past few
gumes, will leavo Saturday for his
home' at Barnesville. His place will be
filled by Fred Frank, of the Buckshoes.
The Marietta-Paris game Thursday
was close and exciting and required
eleven innings to determine the result.
In the eleventh Paris hit out the win
ning run, the final result being 9 to 8.
Pdrcell pitched a fine game and a win
ning one for Marietta, but several cost
ly infield errors gave'the victory to tho
Blue Grass champions. Clausen was
in the box for Paris and was well sup
ported in the field. The outfield work
of both nines was good. The second
game will be played today.
Tho Choral Society annual business
meeting was held last evening and the
following officers were elected: J. A.
Vandervoort, President; C. R. Stevens,
Vice President; J. E. Gooble, A. W.
Hutchison, A. N. Dyer, J. F. Jones,
Executive Committee. The Society
will resume practice next Thursday
evening and will rehearso tho oratoria
Mr. Leo A. Ziegler 'and bride left
Thursday morning on their bridal tour.
They will visit Mr. Ziegler's sister at
JonesviUe, Wis., before their return.
Mr. Z.'s trunk was a brilliant sight
when loaded on the train, being
adorned with every sort of parapher
nalia know to the irrepressible spirits
of the friends who always contrive to
make it uncomfortable for a newly
married couple. His co-laborers in the
express business had pasted the trunk
with, every variety of label known to
the companies and on all sides there
stared out in bold lettering: "Frag
ile," "Rush," "Glass Handle with
care," "C. O. D," and a dozen other
admonitions equally ridiculous. The
trunk also bcro its full completement
of old shoes, horseshoes, etc., and by
the time every express messenger be
tween here and Jonesville gets a
whack at it it will certainly bo a curi
osity worth preserving.
Mr. Sig Marcus, of Parkersburg,
was in the city Thursday.
Henry Needham, of Brooklyn, is
visiting the family of J. F. Wehrs.
F. L. Gunther, of New York City,
is the guest of his aunt, Mrs. J. P.
Frank Morse and J. C. Brenan have
returned from an outing at Mackinac
Arrangements have been made fo:
the interment of the remains of Mrs.
Phoebe Sibley at Racine, Meigs
county. Brief services will be held at
the residence of Judge Sibley on
Fpurth street and the friends will
leave over the Ohio River road. Mrs.
Sibley was 82 years of ago and widely
known as an estimable woman.
The vacancy caused by tho resig
nation of James Dye as baggage-master
at the union depot, has been filled
by tho appointment of F. M. Payne,
formerly driver for the U. S. Express
Agent Adams, of the C. & M. Ry.,
was at Caldwell on business Thursday.
He reports the fair at that nlace in full
swing, with fakirs in unlimited num
bers. Mr. William Grass, a well known
citizen, died at his home on Second
street Thursday morning. Ho leaves a
wife and several grown children. The
funeral will occur today at three p. m.
from the residence.
Edward Schlemmer, aged 18,
pi typhoid feyer edpesdaynigh
the home of his brother Nlnhnlrfr.
Fifth' street.' He way th s3n of Jacob
'Schfeminer and was tin employe at P.
'j. Donndly'a restaurant. Te funeral
will take place today, interment being
made in the Cow Run cemetery.
Walter Baltz, the 4-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Baltz, of Bellaire, who
have been visiting frfends at Little
Eight Mile, died Thursday of mem
branous croup. The remains will be
taken to his homo at Bellaire today for
Marietta Command ery No. BO, K,
T held a drill meeting last night
preparatory to going to Dayton next
month. A large number of tho mem
bers of the order in this city are mak.
ing preparations to go and tho Mari
etta Comtnandery is expected to make
a fln BtinwlTifr. "
Wednesday evening- Miss Adelaide
Kortrccht entertained u select party at
her home on Gliuan avenue in honor
of Miss Alice Garry, of Pittsburg.
L. C. Maxwell, proprietor of tho
Stockade Cash Store, has purchased
the stock and good will of V. W. Hans
and will take possession on M6uday.
Tho Senior class in College nas or
ganized by eleet'ng the follow officers:
President, R. C. Coburn; Vico President.
J. G. Godtnan; Secretary and Treasurer,
C. C. Evans; Field Captain, E. G Good
no; Historian, J. W. Crooks, and Poet,
Ed. Shafer, oi McConnolsyllle was.
tn tue city Thursday looking on at tho
;-ni5anfesvillo; defeated Barpcsvttta
Thursday by,a' scorj of 10. to, ,fij At
Cambridge tho Parkersburg .toamtflult
tho field with thescore 1-to.l tlieip
plro giving the gameto Cambridge 0.
The wedding of Mr. Raymond M.
Beaglo and Miss Clara J. Theis oc
curred Thursday evening, at tho homo
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Theis, Second street. The Rev.
Mr. Thleme, of St Lucas church, per
formed tho ceremony in tho presence
of relatives and a few intimate friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Beagle left on the 11:25
train for Cincinnati, where they will
remain a week or ten days. Mr. Bea
gle is a young man of sterling qualities
and is a first-class pharmacist He has
been in the employ of A. J. -Richards
for several years. His bride has been
the efficient cashier in the dry goods
store of S. R. Turner & Co., and is a
popular young lady. Their many
friends will wish Mr. and Mrs.. Ray
mond Beagle much happiness. .
Jacob Pfaff had on exhibition Jn
his window last evening anight-blooming
cereus. It was a noble blossom,
and idelightfully fragrant. It was
viewed by a large number of people
who were charmed with tho qualities
of the rare cactus.
Geo. B: Sunderland sold to I. R.
Rose yesterday the E. W. Jones prop
erty on Second street, for tho sum of
81,800. We take it that Mr. Rose is
coming to Marietta to live.
There will be a social held- at
Fourth street Presbyterian church this
evening. Ice cream and cake served.
H. E. Moore, of Sunbury, Pa., is in
the city, the guest of his brother W.
L. Moore, West Side.
Mr. C. C. Bennett, son of W. P.
Bennnett, is in the city, the guest of
his parents. Mr. Bennett is located at
Ridtrewav. Pa.. anJ follows nhotorr-
Regular meeting of J. E. McCoy
Lodge, No. 2K0, I. O. O. F., Friday eve
ning, Sept. 18th. A full attendance
The U. B. social, of Dunham, will
be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Christopher, Saturday evening, Sept.
20th. Ice cream and cake vi be
served. Proceeds for benefit of new
church. All invited.
Hon. C. S. Dana and W. H. Hen.
ning, Jr,, spoke to a crowded house at
Deming school house Thursday eve
ning. Mayor H. D. Davis, of Hillsboro,
O., and 'Squire B. E. Guyton, of this
city, addressed a rousing Republican
meeting at Newell's Run Thursday
evening and were enthusiastically re
ceived. At Sand Hill Judge Cutter and
D. H. Merrill also addressed a large
The Welles Democratic Club meet
ing at the Court House Thursday eve
ning was well attended by the curious
and others, but was remarkably devoid
of enthusiasm, the speaker haying evi
dently left his stock of eloquence at
home. A great deal more interest was
manifested later in the evening in an
argument on the street corner in front
of the Court House.
Dr. O. M. Willis is building a house
on Wayne street near the Pike. The
foundation is up.
Resolutions of Respect.
Wiikkeas, The great and supreme
Ruler of tbe universe did on the 5th
day of August, 1800, remove from
among us our esteemed brother, Wil
liam F. Qulnn; and
Wheiieas, The long and intimate re
lation held with him in the faithful
discharge of his duties as a member of
Bartlott Lodge, No. 20p, F. and A. M.,
makes it eminently befitting that wo
record out appreciation of him; there
fore Resolved, That the wisdom and
ability which he has exercised 'in our
order by service and counsel ;111 be
held in grateful remembrance: '
RESoriVb, Thatthej sudden removal
of this brother f rom"our-mldst leaves a
vftcpnoy and.a shadow that i)l be
debplYj'rcyizfid by all tho membJA-sand
irtjincjfc ofujj order, and will prove a
serious loss to the community and pub-llc,v-.
" " f' ,f .;adcHt
Rkbolvkd, That with deep sympathy
with the bereaved relatives of the de
ceased we express our hope that even
so great a loss to us all may be over
ruled for f,lood by Him who ddeth all
things well. s
REsor.VEi), That a copy of these res
olutions be spread upon tho records
of the Lodge, a copy printed in tho lo
cal papers and a copy forwarded to tbe
J. A Monnow,
N. M. Revnolks,
No country can prosper thathabitual
ly tells lies. If the United States stamps
the He "This ia one dollar" on pieces of
,sllvcr worth 53 cents, it will have token
'the first step away from the straight
path of national truth and honor.
THE TALK OF THE CITY.
It is of Interest to Our Readers Be
cause It Refers to Marietta'People.
It's astonishing how good nliws will
spread. From every ward ami street
we hear of "our people talking about
the workings of tho little conqueror.
Merit aud honorable methods receive
their just retvatd. So manv cases nre
I cropping up that it is next to ltnpossl-
iiia iu iuyrawUlu mem nil, oui we
have taken a few In hand and give
them publicity for tho benefit of our
readers. Our representative obtained
tbe following statement of facts in a
personal interview. They are true in
every particular and no stronger evi
dence can be obtained than home en
dorsement: Mrs. Philln Sutler. Groyne's Itond. ho-
'sand the city limits, says: "I" have had
the rheumatism for the past 4 years so
severe, that I was helnless. About nil
X could do was to sit in, a wheeled chair
uuu ttuuy my eye ou mo cuuuren. it a
'medicine could be found that' would
cure me It would Have a great reputa
tion hdoiu nere, us my sickness is
known to everyone and I have been
treated by all the doctors around here:
sent away for medicines; was at Mt.
Clemens, Mich., but still I am holpless.
.My nusoana sun itnowlug the nature
ol my sickness is always on the hunt
for anything that is likely to help me.
He pot a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at
W, II. Styer's drug store on front St.
I did not take them with the expecta
tion of them curing my rheumatism
but to relieve my aching back. They
did this as well as correct other symp
toms of kidney complaint. I think
Doan's Kidney Pills a splendid remedy
for the kidneys and recommend their
use to anyone suffering."
Doan's KIdnev Pills are for sale by
all dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for'the'tlnlted Statos."
SAtfc OF CnY BONDS.
OlKlCE OBTnE ClTYCLEHK. I
Marietta, Onto, September ll, 1800. f
Sealed proposals will be received at the orace
of the City Clerk of the City of .Marietta, Ohio,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER (!, 1S06,
at 12 o'clock, noon, central Btandard time, for
the purchase of thirty bonds (numbered from
1 to 40 consecuthely and Inclusive), of the Citv
of Marietta, Ohkvbearlng date the 1st day o'f
October, Hflti, redeemable at the pleasure of
the City Council of said City at any time after
ten years from their date, and maturing on
the 1st day of October, imii, and each being for
the sum of rO0, bearing Interest at the rate of
5 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually:
principal and Interest pavable at the agency of
said Uty In the City of Now York. In lawful
gold coin of the United States of the present
standard of weight and fineness
These bonds ore to be known as "Paving
Douds-Pecond Issue," issued under tbe pro
visions of an ordinance, passed September 2,
189(1. entitled, "An Oidtnanco providing for
the issue and sale of negotiable coupon bonds
of the City of Marietta, Ohio, to the aggregate
amount of Jlf.OOO foi street paving purposes In
the streets and alleys of said Uty,
Said bonds will be sold to the highest bidder
for not less than their par value.
Bidders are required to state the numbers of
the bondH bid for and the gross amount they
will pay for the bonds bid for, together with
the payment of accrued lntei est to tho date ot
transfer of the bonds.
The right to l eject any or all bids Is re
served. Proposals must be seiled and endorsed
"Bids for Paving Donds Second Issue "
By order of City Council.
CAUL BECKER. City Clerlt.
SyWanted, a house having from tlve to
seven rooms, between Washington and Put
nam streets. Address Mrs. Henry Leonard
JSTGeo. Curtis, teamster, carelully attends
to all work Intrusted to him. Address "il Sec
ond street, city.
S7"B. F. Hart M. D Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllce and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. G!. tl.Janl.'OO.
"MoNEr to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
Kir-CHAS. s. HART, M, D., office and resi
dence No. BOO Putnam street. Telephone 209.
VDR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
S"DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 29J Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
laTDR.W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office IS
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
erDB. E. F. EDDy, Dentist. Office 804
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
0TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting ot glasses. Law Building Putnam
aars. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Stoie, Front St. Hours from
o a. m. to 5 p. m.
S2f"Sunshlne Kindergarten, now open at my
home. No. 824 Third street. Children taken
from 3 to 0 years of age. Term : $J.03 per
month. Opens every morning at half-past
eight o'clock, standard time.
Sept.l5th-2wks. Miss Emma Mueller.
LADIES. We havo 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, &c. Give us n trial and w e will
guarantee satisfaction. .
Sept.cth-eod.lm. H. S. BnECKENniDGE.
ZSTTOR SALE. A now 1 room house In
Glendale, 8S00. A new 5 room house near
Chair Factory, $1200. A business room on
Front street above Greene with frontage of 10
feet, J3200. A new 5 room house on Ohio street
near Fourth, $1850. A house and lot 90x180 ft.
on Second street between Putnam and Scam
mel streetst $5000. Cheap lots In Putnam
Place on.eqsy terms.
J. A. PLUMEU & SOnV
J3P"FOR SALE. College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots in "Emerson Heights" Sub dlvi'.
slon 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
II ouses on monthly payments, 1 and o rooms
Call and see us when looking for property.
WAHD & Stone,
2' 5 Second Street,
Roal Estate for Sale.
GEO, B, SUNDERLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
T Houses on Front street 81,700, 1,800, 2,000,
2,600, 8,000. '
Second street 11,700. 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street tt.COO.
Third street, 6 Houses, 11,000. 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 1,000, 8,000. l ""
Fourtb street (1,000, 1,800, 2,800, 8,000.
Fifth street tsoo, 2,000, 8,030.
Sixth street 1,00, 2.000, 2,500.
1 ?lne Btloit Howe, ,96,)ot iso by 180.
Two brands of Black Goods are world-renowned
"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 thiasplendid line
of Black Goods. Do not fail to see them.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
New Autumn Goods!
The latest novelties and standard staple
goods for Fall and Winter are coming in daily.
Styles to Please All Tastes.
Prices Exceeding Low.
Such combination of new styles, novel ef
fects; much to see, and good money's worth,
is seldom met with. Those who want exclu
sive styles can get them here. Those who must
be satisfied with less expensive goods can get
The New Stock includes
New High-Class Novelties,
The Finest Ladies' Cloths,
French and Scotch Novelty Suitings,
Ever Popular Black Goods,
Big Range of New Plaids,
Goods Suitable for School Dresses.
Standard Patterns are the Patterns to Use,
You can get them at
CHAS JONES, AGENT,
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.
SPECIAL IN DRESS GOODS!
You will find on the counters Saturday morning in tho Dress Goods
Department what we think and are 6ure you will say is tho greatest
line of suitings over offered at 50 Cents a Yard.
Bouclo Effects, Jacquards, Fancy Mixtures, Imported Diagonal
Serges, &c, all fifty cents a yard.
A magnificent collection of finer
Dress Goods, beginning with the COc
price up to 1 1.50 per yard.
r We ca'll special attention to our line
bi'h'igh-class Novelties at'Sl.OO and SL
25 per yard.' '; These must bo se6n to be
appreciated! uu" lr n
NOVELTY DRESS PATTERNS.
Our collection of excluslvo designs
is larger and the prices lower than ever.
Remember these patterns are exclu
siyu designs and cannot 1o found else
where in this city. ,
BLACK PRESS GOODS.
No houso in this part of Ohio is
showing the line of Black Dress Goods
to be seen at our counters. Fancy
Black Goods from 20c to f2.50 per yard.
Ask to see our lino of 48 inch Black
Novelties at 75c per yard, worth $1.00.
119 and 121 Putnam St.
gree not attained
by any others.
makes of Black
Goods are here
because it is the
policy of this store
tp have -the best,
'arid' 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. Marietta, O.
" WlS" w W WW W WW WWVfF
Fashion predicts this will be a big
Velvet season. We can supply you
wth,a line of velvets that can not bo
egualed at the prices, Velvetqcns at
85 ond 50c per yard. Silk Velvets, 18
inches wide, at 75c, 81.0
at 75c,( 81.00 ond $1.25 per
urnv'fl. 27 inphea'WYilo. nt
yard. Corduroy's, 27 inches'"wTde, at
85c and 51.00 per yard. Imperial Vel
ours, 27 inches wide, for capes black
only $1.09 to $2.75 per yard.
We are showing all tho now effects
in Dress Trimmings. Ask to Gee them.
Wo have enlarged our Dress Goods De
partment and ask you to call and look