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thinking of getting your
If bo, of course you want the
f Latest Style. ' ?,.
1 Best Finish,
DSost Natural Expression,
And a "Spkakiso" Likeness.
In short TUB BEST, which everybody
knowB Is made by
The Marietta Picture Man.
your purchases iafc my store
to $3 you are entitles to! A'
order on J. W. King, the Pnotograpner,
on presentation of which, together
with 81.50 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, umu.
Look At This!
A Ann Ladv's or Gent's Syracuse
Bike at 855,00. 815.00 down, 83.75 per
week for 4 weeks ana ?a.ou per ween
tt,.raii(tiF unlit naidfor. SDeclfiations:
24, 20 inch frame. Birmingham seamless
tubing, vim or oi. urea, vy;"' "
wood, enameled or nlekled handlo bars,
finish maroon or Diacit. jjeurjugo un
tempered and dust proof.
There aro 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, umo.
And Most Others
Know well the charm of soft, white
K hands and a fair complexion.
It's Easv to keep the complexion
right, if you use right soap.
We're made toilet soaps a study, and
believe wo know good soap when wo
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 you pay
for;"honest soaps at safe prices every
I Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Marietta News Stand,
216 Front Street.
Papers for all. The campaign iB
on; read and become enlightened.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune,
daily, 10c per week.
Pittsburg Commercial Gazette,
daily, 6c per week.
Pittsburg Post, daily, Gc per
All papers delivered upon ar
rival, promptly; also all Monthly
Magazines and Weekly Periodi
Bicycle livery the best in the
city, rates -moderate," and plenty
of wlfeels. ,
G. H. Eelis, Jr., Agt.
a. jj. warn s
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH 8TREET
Bones kept by the Dty, WeeSc or Month.
Prompt Attention (liven to Funerals.
Carriage can lo ordered to tnd from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - OHIO
Examination of Teachers
of Washington County will ba held from 8 A.
M. until af.M, at the Marietta High School,
on the second Saturday of each month except
Sept, io. ). Pres, B'fl of Examiner,!
MARIETTA DAILY, LEADER
MONDAY, SEPT. 91. i8B
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
The steamer Andy Hatcher, ivhleh
was snagged a few days ago below
Wheeling, was turned over to the in
surance companies for repairs. She
passed down tho Ohio Sunday to go on
,thedock at,Pt Pleasant-.,
. Mrs. Heury Shaw, of Belpre, and
P'rof. C. N. Adams, of this c'ty, will
take leading roles in tho nratlo,
"Daughter of Jatrus", to be given at
Parkorsburg tinder tho direction; of C.
Dan. O'Day, of the Standard Oil
Co., Now York City, Is registered at
Don't forget the big Dolliver meet
ing Tuesday evening. Make arrange
ments to attend sure or you will miss
an address by one of themost eloquent
speakers in the country ,n -,j -v..
Just receiving a new line of fall
millinery, at Be"e HlvejStofe.
Unas. Williams, ot unlcago, arrtvoa
in tho city Saturday on a visit to his
step-father, Capt. J. E, Galtree.
One of the men arrested by tho
police Friday on a telephone message
from Parkersburg, will be taken to
Caldwell today by Marshal Parlln and
the other to Parkersburg as soon as
tho necessary requisition is granted.
News was received Sunday of a whole
sale jail delivery at Athens, in which
six prisoners gained their ficedom. Tho
polico are on the lookout for them.
Big bargains In gent's .working
Bhirts at Beo Hive.
At the re-unlon ot the Army of
West Virginia at Gallipolis the follow-"
log officers wore elected : President
Gen. W. II. Powell ; , Vice-Presidents,
D. H. Duval, Van H. Bukey, B. M.
Skummer, John L. Vance, G. J. Walker,
J. B.Warwick, R. D. Curtis, J. C. Bishop.
J. U Botsford, W. S. Wilson, W. G,
Fuller, J. tG. Downtain, E. S. Wilson,
W. C. Starr, Charles Townsend; Secre
tary, P. F. Zeise. An Interesting fea
ture of Friday's session was the meet
ing of the Thirtysixth Ohio One hun
dred veteranB were present A vote
for President was proposed and Mc
Kinloy received 100 votes.
Miss Clara Hamilton returned home
Saturday from a visit to friends at
A big damage suit was filed at
Parkersburg Saturday. The style of
the suit is Williams Dils vs. the O. R.
R. R. Co., for $25,000, and it is brought
by V. B. Archer and C. T. Caldwell, at
torneys for the plaintiff. The suit
arises out of the injuries received by
Cant Dils when his train of which he
was conductor, was run into by the
yard engine in February last. The
Buit is brought to October rules.
For underwear, hosiery, gloves,
shirts, suspenders and neckwear go to
the Beo Hive.
In Circuit Court last Friday the
case of Mrs. Mary Diddle vs. W. A.
Hall tvus won by the latter. The case
involves the possession ol the Hall
property on Sixth street aboye Tupper.
The Circuit Court affirms the decision
of tho Common Pleas Court.
The Steamer Lexington got out of
tho Muskingum river Sunday morning
and will resume' trips between New
Matamoras and Wheeling.
A number of the Wheelmen of the
city enjoyed a delightful run to Water-
town Sunday and report the roads in
fine condition for cycling.
The many friends of Mrs. W. D.
Devol were shocked Saturday to hear
of her sudden death, which was caused
by paralysis. She had been to this city
a short time before being stricken and
at the time the grim reaper overtook
her was preparing to attend a meeting
of the Muskingum Farmers' Club. Mrs.
Devol's maiden name was Marshall and
she was born in this city in-1838, her
father being John Marshall. She was
widely know as an estimable woman.
Besides her husband she leaves two
daughters, Mrs. C. P. Dyar and Mrs. H.
G. Chamberlain. Funeral at 2 p. m.
Monday from the residence.
Mr. G. A. Palmer, who has been
with the Oil Well Supply Co., this city,
has engaged with tho Marietta Boiler
Works, and will go on duty today
Mr. Palmer will have charge of the
Saturday morning for their home in
Annlston, Ala., after a visit of soveral
months in this city. They were accom
panied by Jacob Mueller as far as Cin
cinnati, where they were joined by
Russelwood won the 2:20 trot at
Chillicothe last week In five heats. The
horse will be at Columbus this week.
F.. S. Alderman is'suffering from a
fracture of one of the bones of his left
hand received by an accidental fall
Mrs. Gottlob Meister, Fultonburg,
is suffering from bad burns of the
hands, received oa few days ago by an
explosion of natural gas.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blumo and
Miss Carrie Perdew, of Tunnel, left
Saturday for Pittsburg.
Messrs. J. J, Loldecker and G. A.
Schaffner, of tho Marietta Boiler
Works, aro here from Butler, Pa., to
wltnesB tho starting of the works.
C. C, Henklng nrrlved Saturday to
Special sale of towel, toweling
gent's shirts, sox, suspenders and un
derwear for ladles', gents' and children
The third game of the Marietta
Purls, Ky,, series was called Saturday
at the end it the seventh,lnnlng on ac
count of darkness, with the score 5 to 4
in favor of Marietta. Taylor was In
the box for Marietta and Speer ior
Paris. The game was a pretty contest
and was an open race until the finish
Of the five games played Marietta won
has won four and Paris one.
The dedication of the new Baptist
church at New Matamoras will occur
Sunday, Oct 4th. The sermon will bo
preached by Rev. George E. Leonard,
Mrs. E. J. Morrison returned homo
to Mineral Point Saturday, after a
visit with relotlves at Cutler.
Mr. ana iurs. j.w. rnorniloy re
turned Saturday from an outing at
Cape May. " '
'DeDiitv U. S. Marshal W. E. Mason
fit Cqlqnjbus, spent Saturday and Sun
day in tne city,
Mrs. Sophia Patterson ajid son, W.
A. Pattorson, .returned Saturday from
an or ting at Atlantic Cjty.
Manager Verne Bovle, of the foot
ball team, came in Saturday to resume
his work In College. Tho boys are out
on the field for practice every evening
and Coach Manley states that the
material for a team this year is good.
The burial of Mrs. W. D. Devol
will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock
at Walnut Hill Park.
The Republican meeting at Water-
town Saturday evening, addressed by
Hon! H. D. Davis," o'f Hillsboro, was one
of tho largest yet held and character
ized "by great enthusiasm. Mr. Davis'
speech is highly spoken of by all who
Mrs. C. L. Bailey and son are visit
ing friends at Akron.
Rev. and Mrs. E. R Keuchen left
Saturday for Harriettsville.
Supt Danley, of the Eloctric Com
pany, left for Columbus Saturday on
Marriage licenses were issued Sat
urday to S.Tiennett Hoon and Estella
P. Pryor, both of Watertown; C. H.
Day and Mary Pride, both of Belpre,
and Jas Bell and Lida Carpenter, both
of this city.
Tho 7-year-old son of Jacob Schaad
died at Watertown the 10th Inst, of
Mr. G. W. Miles, of Butler, Pa.,
has purchased a lot in Knox's Addition,
and will build a residence at once.
Catcher Dick Collins, who played
on the local nine two years ago, and
who is a general favorite with the Mari
etta public, has been signed to play
hero for the rest of the season and will
arrive from New Straitsvillo today.
The first of a series of three games with
the Zanesvllle Buckshoes will bo played
at the ball park this afternoon. The
Marietta nine will go to Cambridge
Thursday for three games and expect
to get two of the series.
The Portsmouth-Uhillicothe game
at Blennorhassett Sunday resulted in a
score of 0 to 7 in fayor of tho former.
Taylor and Williams, of tho Marietta
nine, played with Chillicothe.
Mr. N. H. Booth, of the Oil Well
Supply Company's store, is enjoying
his vacation and will leave Wednesday
on a visit to friends at Pittsburg.
Mrs. C. W. Richards returned Sat
urday from a visit to friends at Coshoc
ton. Cambridge finished up tho demoli
tion of the Parkersburg baseball nine
Saturday by shutting them out to tho
tune of 5 to 0. Gaston pitched for Cam
bridge. Mr. C. P. Dyar was advertised to
address tho Republican meeting at
Watertown Saturday evening, but was
prevented filling the appointment on
account of the death of Mrs. W. D.
Devol. Tho vacancy was, filled by W.
n. nenning, Jr.
Another break, and ono which
gives the officers even more concern
than the first one, occurred Sunday
morning at the Ice Harbor lock. The
immense hole under the upper end of
the floor had been fijlod with gravel
and stone until it was thought safe to
turn on the head necessary for lockages.
The dredgeboat Malta and fleet were
locked through Saturday and the
steamer Lexington Sunddy morning.
The latter boat was hardly out of the
lock and the lowor gates closed when
the pressure started a washout directly
under the West wall of the structure
and tho water began boiling through
the gaping holes iu the floor at an
alarming rate. Tho(lock was filled and
the pressure removed before any addi
tional damage was done, but the sec
ond break will bo ono very difficult to
repair and there Is a possibility that
navigation will bo shut off for several
months to come.
Mrs. Christina Brown will move
into her cozy now house on the sido of
Harmar Hill, opposite the head of
Maple street Tho outlook from Mrs.
Brown's new houao Is almost unex
celled." Uucklen'aArn ca Salvo,
Tub Best Salve In the world for
Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rhouro, Fover Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively ourea Piles
or no pay required.- It la guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Prlco 25 cents per box,
For sale by W, Hs Styor.
THE TALK OF THE CITY.
It'is of Interest to Our Readers Be
cause It Refers to Marietta People.
It's astonishing how good news will
spread. From every ward and strcot
wo hoar of our people talking about
thp workings of the llttlo conqueror.
Merit and honorable methods receive
their just reward. So many cases are
cropping up that it is next to impossi
ble to inyestigato them all, but we
havo taken a few In hand and glvo
them publicity for the benefit of our
readors. Our representative obtained
tho following statement of facts in a
personal interview. They aro truo In
every particular and no stronger evi
dence can be obtained than home en
dorsement: Mrs. Philip Suder, Greene's Road, be
yond the city limits, says: "I have had
tho rheumatism for the past 4 years so
severe that I was helpless. About all'
I could do was to sit in a wheeled chair
and keep my eye on the children. Jf a
mnrilnlriR nnnlrl hn fnnn1 flmf wn1f1
cure me il would have a great reputa
tion about here. asiny sickness is
known to overyono and I havo been
treated by all the doctors around here:
,sent away for medicines; was at Mt.
Clemens, Mich., but still I am helpless.
My husband still knowing tho nature
of my sickness is always on tho hunt
for anything that is likely to help me.
He got a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at
W. H. Styer's drug store on t ront 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 ot 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 GO cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
A Remarkable Old Lady.
Mrs. Elizabeth Emerson Le Retilley
and daughter, Mrs. Buchwalter, and
two little sons are visiting their cousin,
Mrs. E. S. Bailey.
Mrs. Le Retilley is the daughter of
Timothy Emerson, brother of the late
Caleb Emerson, of this city ; she lives
near Chillicothe, and is quiCe a traveler
for one of her years having passed her
eighty-eighth birthday. She rcmem
bars quite well when her father's fam
ily moved from New Hampshire to Ohio
in 181S. "The journey was made in a
baggage wagon bought of General
Hull, who then lived In Newton, MaES.,
and was one he brought home from
Detroit after his inglorius surrender in
Tom AVutson la Denver.
Dejjveh, Col., Sept. 10. Hon. Tom
Wutson, of Georgia, populist candidate
for tho vice presidency, arrived here
Friday morning. lie was taken in
charge by ex-Gov. Waite Mr. Watson
declined to be interviewed. His voice
is almost gone and his throat'hore. He
mado a speech at tho Coliseum hall
BSf WANTED Salesladies to sell the Eco
nomical Egg Beater and Cream Vhippcr. Sells
at 25 cents. Profits large, Beats an egg In
half a minute, v. hips pint cream In two min
utes. Sample by mall 25 cents. Western Spe
cialty Co , First National Bank Building. Alle
gheny, Pa. Sept. inth-lts
S27"Sunshine Kindergarten, now open at my
home, No 321 Third stieet. Children taken
from 3 to 0 years of age. Term : f 2.00 per
month. Opens every morning at half past
eight o'clock, standard time.
Sept.l5th-2wks. Miss Emma Mueller.
JESf-LjADfES. 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 dewing, Chil
dren's clothes, S.c. Give us a trial and w e will
Sept.5th-cod.lm. R S. BnECKENitmaE.
S2f B. F. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. 68. tl Janl.'OB.
"Monev to Loan. Apply at Room 8,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
OB-CHAS. S. HART, M. D , office and resl
dence No. 80B Putnam street. Telephone 209.
DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
t-DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 .Front Street, over Weis' Grocery.
E9DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Offlce 1J
Putnam St., betwefn Front and Second.
(SDn. E. P. EDny, Dentist. Offlce
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
tSTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases or the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
B-S. M. HART, Dentist. Offlce o er Witt
lig's Jewelry Sto-e, Front St. Hours from
0 a. m. to' 5 p. m.
M3"F0R SALE. A new 4 room hoase in
Glendale, 1800. A new 5 room house near
Chair ractory, 8120O. A business room on
Front street above Greene with frontage' of 10
feet, W200. A 'new 6 room house on Ohi&'street
near Fourth, 13M. a house 'and lot' flOxlSO ft."
on Second street between Putnam and Scann
inel streets, &5000. Cheap lots in Putnam
Place on easy terms.
J. A. Pi.umkh & Son,
FOR SALE. College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In 'Emerson Heights" Sub divi
sion and six acres adjoining corp. lln) at low
prices. Stweral residence properties in the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Three new
nouses on monthly payments, 4 and U rooms
Call and see us when looking for property.
Wxnn & Stone.
2(B Second Street.
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO, U. SUNDE11LAND, 231 SECOND STIIEET, OP
POSITE DNION DEPOT,
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1,800, 2,000,
Second street $1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below llutler street 13,600.
Third street, 0 Houses, (1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 8,000.
Tourth street ll.OOJ. 1,600, 2,800, 8,000.
Fifth street $soo, 2,000, s.ooo.
Sixth street 11,800, 2.000, 2,500. 4
Warren street 1700, 800, 900, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, 11,200, lot 160 by 180.
NEWNESS AND ELEGANCE
Novelties--mostly rough or tufted fabrics are
the rule this Season. The finest are here and
the medium priced and the cheaper every
style and grade except trash.
IF I BilB M
terick Pattern No. 8671 is here illustrated.'
The October Patterns are particularly attract
ive. If you are wise you will not risk cutting
good materials by the cheap imitations of the
S. R. TURNER & CO.
New Autumn Goods!
Thelatest novelties and standard staple
goodj 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 mus.t
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, J
Big Range of New Plaids,
Goods Suitable for School Dresses;
Standard Patterns are the Patterns to Use,
You can get them at f
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.
A. J. RICHARDS,
ifoxt door to Firs,t Nat'Ba.nic,
FRON1' ST. 'MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com-
pounding of Prescriptions.
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold I
That is a good sentiment, and is it not ood business to
attend to your needs in tho Mantel and Grate Lino at
this time ?
It is our pleasure to announce that right noxo we aro equipped with
the biggest and best selected stock of Tiles and Mantels ever brought
tdMariotta. Every word of this is truo and you can verify it bj
calling on us jat 404 Third Street.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.
b an s a n.d
any o t h e i"
view of a new
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler'Sts. Marietta, O.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp.1 Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work,