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thinking of getting your
bo, of course you wont the
Best Finish, ,
hd a "Spkakiso" Likeness.
short THE BEST, which everybody
knows is made by '
The Marietta Picture Irian.
When your purchases at my store
lount to 3 you are entitled to an
lor o'n J. W. King, the Photographer,
presentation of which, together
th $1.50 you will receive Six of
lag's Best Finished Cabinets and One
el Engraving Photograph on an
lia Tint Mount
.'his offer is for a Limited Time.
ke advantage of it
THE JEWELER I - r
Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
k fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
ce at $55,00. ?15.00 down, 53.75 per
ok for 4 weeks and $2.50 per week
reafter until paid lor. Speculations:
26 Inch frame, Birmingham seamless
linn-. Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
od. enameled or nlcklod handle bars,
tsh maroon or black. Bearings oil
tapered and dust proof.
here are no stampings or castings
this wheel; It is strictly nign graae,
-ranted to bo perfect in every re
let and stands the tost
BIG FOUR CYCLE CO.,
Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
And Most Others
w well the charm of soft, white
ds and a fair complexion.
s Easy to keep the complexion
t if you use right soap.
e'yo made toilet soaps a study, and
eye wo know good soap when we
Ihose who buy "complexion" and
fcr kinds HEiti:, aro suro to get their
ley's worth, and a well sorted stock
ith us you got just what you pay
"honest soaps at safe prices every
inarn Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
krietta News Stand,
216 Front Street.
Papers for all. The campaign is
read and become enlightened.
Jincipnati Commercial Tribune,
ly, 10c per week.
Pittsburg Commercial Gazette,
ly, 6c per week.
Pittsburg Post, daily, 6c per
ill papers delivered upon ar-
al, promptly; also all Monthly
icazines and Weekly Periodi-
Bicycle livery the best in the
y, rates moderate, and plenty
Quns for rent.
. H. Eells, Jr., Agt.
a. fa. &mm s
Livery, Feed and
DR. THIRD AND OHUROH STREET
hmi kept by tka Dy, Weak or Month.
ProsDt Attention (Uvea to Funerals.
irrlage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will recolvo
Marietta ... ohio
Examination of Teachers
Washington Cauntv will be held from S A.
L until si', M. at the Marietta High School,
, tha cAis-inri RatiirrtftV nt Aorh month ATMnt.
'Vsuory, July and August.
J7 7 MARTIN R.'AMDBEWS,
pept, 19, 'to. v res. bo oi examiners.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, SEPT. 32. 1896
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
5lr. Ndrwnl 'Morris rem6vcd his
amjly from Caldwoll to this city Mon
day and will reside on the West Side.
-Engine Na 03 broke down on the
B. & O...S. W, at Constitution last
night and No. 183 came up on the
freight run and took out the passenger
train at 11:20. No. 183 weighs 00 tons
and is dnofof the heaviest locomotives
on the road.
Gas escaping in the rig of the Lat-J
possible destruction of the rig. He
threw his .coat afyjut Ihe fianie nn
The McKinloy Club met last even
ing and perfected arrangement for tho
Dblliver meeting this evening at the
Auditorium. Committees were appoint
ed to look after decoration, also to make
arrangements for going to Canton In a
body. It is hoped other clubs in tho
county will join in tho pilgrimage to
Through Geo. B. Sunderland the
sale of the Central House was affected
Saturday. Mr. Wm. Blohm is the pur
chaser and ho will take possession at
once. Mrs. Reese, we understand, will
probably go to Chicago to live. Tho
consideration of sale was $6,500.
Banns wore published Sunday at
St. John's Catholic Church, Church
town, announcing the approaching
marriage of Philip McDermott and
An exciting boat race occurred yes
terday afternoon between the steam
boats "Valley Belle and Catharine Da
vis on tho return trip from tho Island
about 5:30 o'clock. Both boats pulled
out from the Island together and start
ed for town. Tho Valley Belle had tho
lead through the narrows at tho head
of the Island, but as soonasdoep water
was reached, both boats pui on full
head of steam and tho race began in
earnest. The passengers on both boats
wcro much excited and took a great
Interest in the race. The Catharine
Davis, which is a larger boat, also
proved to be a much faster one, for al
though a short distance behind when
the race started, she passed the Valley
Belle and led by several lengths when
she reached the wharf. Sentinel.
Mr. John Kaiser left Monday for
Pittsburg on a business trip.
Misses lary and Laura Best re
turned Monday evening from a ten
days' visit at Pittsburg with their sis
ter, Mrs. Geofo H. Ede.
At a business meeting of tho Mc
Ktnley and Hobart Club Monday night
a Committee of five was appointed to
make arrangements for the contem
plated trip of the Club to Canton to
visit Major McKinley.
Hon. C. S. Dana addressed a rous
ing Republican meeting at Newport
Monday evening. Clerk L. E. MeVay,
of this city, was one of those present.
Harry Hill, charged with tho mur
der of Albert Dawson, was conv'.cted
of second degree murder nt Parkers
burg Saturday. Ho will got from five
to eighteen years in the penitentiary.
Mr. Robert J. Danley, whose criti
cal illness was mentioned in the Leader
a few days ago, died Sunday night at
his home in Palmer township. Ho was
82 years of ago and one of the best
known pioneers of tho county. He
was the last of a family of five sons
and four daughters reared by John
Danley, who camo from Virginia to
Marietta in 1797. The deceased was a
man of sterling character and a highly
respected citizen. Funeral Tuesday at
10 a. m. from the residence. Interment
in tho family cemetery.
Mr. J. V. Dayton and son W. L.
Dayton were called to Columbus Mon
day by the death of the former's wife
who recently suffered a stroke of
Mrs. J. M. Mapon, West Side, Is
seriously ill of pleurisy.
Twin daughters were born last
week to Mr. and Mrs. Androw Pinker
ton, Locust Fork.
Mr. A. V. Humphrey, proprietor of
the electric light plant at Beyerly, was
in. tho city on business Monday.
Hagan & Scbad received Monday
a car load of gas heating stoves, which
were purchased at a bankrupt sale at
very low prices and will bo sold at cor
Miss- Alico Middleswart, of Lower
Nor.t, is.yisfrjends in tecityj
t-MY. yvilf ,Schlauba?h ha bepft In
Pittsburg since Saturday on business.
A Woman's Home benefit gqme vU
he played at the ball park Friday after
noon by two nines made up from the
business men of tho city. Tho contest
will bo a close one and as the profits
of the game will go entirely to the
Home a largo attendance is expected.
Little Johnny Thompson was run
over on Fourth street and badly bruised
Monday by Constable J. II. Dye. Tho
accidont was unavoidable.
Miss Llnnle Laphatn leaves this
morning on a visit to friends and rela
tives at Cincinnati.
i Mr. Geo. Summers and Dr. Muhle
man drovo up from Parkersburg last
evening with the Misses Snodgrass and
Lowry. ' '
Brick laying on tho 'now power
house of tho Marietta Electric Company
began Monday morning.
Mr.' Charles Pierce, of Elgin, Ills.,
Is tlie guest of his father, William
Mr. J. J. Schmidt, 730Greonostreot,
suffered a slight paralytic stroko .Sun
day afternoon. Mr. Schmidt is about
80 years of age. v
The concert which was to have
been given by the Cecilia Club forthe
benefit of tho Woman's Homo lifts boon
Tho directors of the Washington
County Fair will meet October 3rd. to
settlo up tho business of the year. The
premiums awarded, amounting to near
ly 500, jvlll be paid in full.
Mr. Charles Oolc, whbA. With- his
ntir ur .. .-.-,-.- t-
the city, returned
Monday. Mrs. Cole and 'children will
remain -here some timer
Mr. Fred (Koerner has been ill with
an attack of fever.
Catcher Dick Collins, who has been
signed to play tho rest of tho season
with Marietta, arrived from Now
Straitsvlllo Monday evening and will
be out with the team to warm up this
A rehearsal of the Choral Socioty
will be held at tho Auditorium Thurs
day evening at seyen o'clock.
Miss Mary Hancock, Miss Elizabeth
Sleigh, Miss Florence Dye, Mr. Will
Brlgham, Mr. Eugeno Mlnshall and
Mr. Guy Hulbert composed a jolly boat
ing party that enjoyed a trip up the
Muskingum Monday afternoon.
Born, Monday, Sept. 21, to Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Smith, West Side, a daugh
ter. Paris defeated Parkersburg Mon
day by a score of 7 to 4. A number of
Mariottlans went down to soothe gamer
A big landslide at Tunnel No. 4 on
tho C. & M. delayed trains several hours
Tho work on the sewers is progress
ing satisfactorily. Tho Contractor
uses water to settlo the dirt in the
trenches and puts every shovelful back.
Mrs. George Eells leaves today to
visit friends at Columbus.
Mrs. W. V. Van Metro returned
Monday from a visit to her mother at
W. li. Gaitree, who came home ill
from Columbus a few days ago, left
Monday morning for Columbus.
Mr. "and Mrs. Robert Palmer have
returned homo to Washington C. H.,
after a pleasant visit here with Mr. and
Mrs. R. C. Dawes.
, Commissioner C. M. Grubb came
down from Beyerly Monday.
The J. C. Hopkins No. 2 will enter
tho Marietta-Wheeling trade, leaving
this city on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Messrs. W. M. Dearth, C. H. Stead
man and J. B. Schnaufer left Monday
morning on a business trip through
Born, Monday, Sept 21st, to Mr.
and Mrs. William Hale, West Side, a
J. A. Plumer & Son sold one of tho
Ryan lots on the corner of Fourth and
Montgomery streets, to Lloyd E.
Smith, who will erect a fine residence
on the lot at once. Consideration 5S50.
The Little Missionaries of St.
Luke's Episcopal Church will giye a
pound social Wednesday evening, at
seven o'clock, in the Sunday School
rooms. There will be music and light
C. M. Anderson had a hearing be
fore 'Squire B. E. Guyton Monday on
the charge of assault and battery upon
Farnum Abbott. He was bound over
to Court in tho sum of $100, which bond
ho gavo.nnd was released from custody.
The gem of a house belonging to
Miss Eva Eels, on White's road," near
Putnam and Fifth streets, has been
rented to Mrs. He'nry Leonard, of
Pleasant Hill Farm, who will takoi pos
session Oct. 1st. Pleasure parties are
still made welcome by the hostess.
Burdock Blood Bitters is nature's
true remedy for constipation and kin
dred ills. It acts directly on the bow
els, the liver, tho skin, and while
cleansing the bloo'd imparts 'strength
to the digestive organs.'
Tuesday evening, at tho Auditorium,
non. V. B. Dolliver.
Wednesday evening, at Northland
school house, R. C. Dawea
Wednesdays evenipgl at Tick Ridge
school housed W.H.1- Deeper and D.1 "H.
Merrill. it f-tta. O H0TI
""Thursday, veiling, at Kfng'sEHobl'
jioudc, x ni uuuprivuuu uuuvroruauu.
Fridayl evening, at Knob's school
dlouse, R. S. Gage and B. E. Guyton.
Friday evonlng, at Mile Run, Col J.
H. Riley and W. H. Leepor.
Two Lives S lived.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, I1L, was told by her doctors sho
had Consumption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles of Dr.
King's New Discovery completely cured
her and she says It saved her life. Mr.
Thos. Eggors, 180 Florida St, San
Francisco, suffered from a dreadful
cold, approaching Consumption, tried
without result everything olso then
bought one bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery and in two weoks was cured.
Ho is naturally thankful. It is such
results, 'of which these 'are samples,
that prove the wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in Coughs and Colds.
Froo trial bottles at W. H. Styor's Drug
Store. Regular size 50c. and 1.00.
Disease Is like a
railroad train. It
has a regular way of
coming and going
and keeps on stead
ily along; a certain
track. You can al
most always tell how
a disease starts, and
where it will prob
ably end. It won't
go out of its way
to oblige you any
more than a locomo
tive will. Disease
usually begins when
the appetite gives
out that's the first
Then the stomach
and nutntivc organs
fail to supply good
blood. The clrcula.
tlon crrnwfl Tioor. thin
and tainted. Instead of carryihgnonrlshment
to the different parts of the body it carries
poison, which settles at some point and eats
swavtne tissues. AcenrdinrrtnWhprp it apt.
tics it is called liver or kidnev or skin'HU.
f.aCfAnrnfll1lfTtTAl',a rnmn A. on-
sumption if ifSettles on the lungs. It is all
onrCTouDiQ : immea oiooa : clear out this
ftMlAv1tf471Mt,.:irt7ft..t Ua .1.......... Jt. t.t.
'Vert iiHuca wiiu iii:u
bloodj 'nd the disease is stopped; side,-,
'tracked ; it can't go any further. No matter
wnai toe name oi a disease is it it's a Dlooa
disease, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery will cure it by driving the poison out
of the circulation and creating a new sup
ply, of healthy, red, life-giving blood to re
vive and nourish the wasted tissues. It
puts the digestion in order, invigorates the
blood-making organs and builds firm
healthy flesh. Consumption is a blood
disease. Don't believe it can't he cured 1
It is cured every day by Dr. Pierce's Golden
DcarStn1 cannot say enough for your " Gol
den Medical Discovery." For twoyears my little
boy suffered vrith lung trouble first taking la
grlppe; second Intermittent fever: third, lung
trouble. For two years he coughed. The phy
sician could do no good and I thought he must
die. I was told to try Dr. Pierce's Coldcn Med
ical Discovery. I did, and before he had taken
one bottle he began to mend and could eat a
little. When he had taken four bottles he was
well and cow is as stout as before.
Proctor, Morgan Co , Ma.
Tom So tho heiress refused Jack?
Harry Yes; but lie has himself to
blame, no was going through the
"only girl" formula, but ho forgot him
self and told her sho was the richest
girl he ever loved. Tit-Bits.
He Ton my soul, Miss Amy, I never
proposed to a girl before!
She Ibelievoyou; and, for your own
sake, I'll see that you never do it again!
Dr. Fowler's Ext of Wild Strawberry
has been used for forty years and has
never yet failed to cure a case of diar
rhoea, dysentery, or summer complaint
in any of its various forms.
lte?KOR RENT. HmiSfi of n rnnmsi nn TVnnt
and Washington streets. Suitable tor two
iamnics. inquire of T. F. Daus, lis rourth
JSflELP WANTED Kitchen and dining
room girls at Galtre t naurant. Union
JCgy-WANTED-Salesladlestosell the Eco
nomical Egg Beater and Cream Wblpper. Sells
at 25 cents Profits large. Beats an egg In
half a minute, whips pint cream In two min
utes. Sample by mail 25 cents. Western Spe
cialty Co , First National Bank Buildiug. Alle
gheny, Pa Sept. 19th-4ts
"Sunshine Kindergarten, now open at my
home, No 321 Third sticet Children talten
from 3 to 0 years ot age. Term : $2.03 per
month. Opens every morning at half-past
eight o'clock, standard time
Sept.l5th-2whs. Miss Emma Mueller.
OT-LADIES. we hav e opened our sew ing
room in tho I. O. O. F. Building, West Side,
and aro prepared to do all kinds of sewing in
cluding Dressmaking, Family sewing, Chil
dren's clothes, &c. Give us a trial and w o will
guarantee satisfaction ,
Sept.5th-eod.lni. It S. BRECKENitmGE.
HerO. P. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence No. 810 Front street. Te
lephone No. 01 tl.Janl.'OO.
B"Money to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Building, Cor. 2Dd and Putnam Sts.
ear-CHAS. S. HART, M. D., office and resi
dence No. 100 Putnam street. Telephone 209.
X8F-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist. Office In
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
53TDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio
Office 292 Front Street, over Weis' Grocery.
EB"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. OfflCO 1!
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
Dr. E. F. EDDy, Dentist. Office 804
Front sweet, opposite Soldiers Monument.
J3TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting ol glasses. Law Building Putnam
B5TS. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Wltt
lig's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
53y"Kon Sale. Deslrablo building lots on
Front etreet near Washington, $1000. A good
building lot on Fourth street, $356. A 7 room
house with lot 95ilS, t2200. Business frontage
on Second street below Putnam at 9100 per ft.
An 8 room house on Third street above Putnam
J2700. Cheap building lots in Putnam Place
and Falrvlew Heights.
J. A. Plumeh & SON..
2TKOR" SALE'College properly on Fifth
'await, crtibSUUnnliWd cemetery, 'oneasy
tt'fiilJ.io l,o tain "Eiierson Heights" SUb-dlvl.
slon and six acres adjoining! corp. line! at low,
prices. Several resident propertletUn .the
city for eale. Terms made easy. Farm in De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, 4 and 0 rooms
Call and see us when looking for property.
WAim & Stone,
2'S Second Street.
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO. U. SCNDEHLAHD, 231 SECOND SWEET, OP
POSIIE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from ;oo to
5 Vacant lots on Front street, 150 to if o.
, fiLots on Klgbtb and Washington, $300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, J30Q to 400,
60 Lots lor sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. to Lots tor sale In the Ohio Valley sub divi
sion 11 Houses near Holler Works at a bargain.
S Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House oi 7 ltooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second atreot on Montgomery at
a Dargaln, 12,800. ' jj
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.
im mi tf&igt'jmiw&. u a niMmw&ftM
m wwiAMmmi . i mxmrm m
tenck 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!
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 JOMES, AGENT,
172 Front Street. 6
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 GOODS1
You will find on tho counters Saturday morning in the Dress Goods
Department what we think and are suro you will say is the greatest
lino of suitings ever offered at 50 Centx a Yard.
13oucle Effects, Jacquards, Fancy Mixtures, Imported Diagonal
Serges, &c, all fifty cents a yard.
A magnificent collection of finer
Dress Goods, beginning with tho 50c
price up'to fliGO per yard.
i W&call.spoqial attention to o.ur.litiej
otJnjgn;c,4?.ss.avoiues ai si.uu ana i.
jflSjflec yard. These must e deen to be
. . , "T - '. .. . ..Y . A J
NOVELTY DRESS PATTERNS.
Our collodion of exclusive designs
is larger and tho prices lower than ever.
Remember these patterns aro kxcmj
sive designs and cannot bo 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 bo seen at our counters. Fancy
Mack Goods from 20c to $2.50 por yard.
Ask to see our lino of 48 Inch Black
Novelties at 75c per yard, worth SI. 00.
119 anda21 Putnam St
of all sorts
vJFw- "4f -nr ? '! 9?7tW w
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler,Sts. Marietta, O.
71? w !? fc vS- 'A- ?-? ' 9iRf?
Fashion predicts ths wflll,-bo a, big
Velvet season. We can supply you.
With a lino of velvets that can not bo
bgualedJat 'the prices. Velveteens at
35 and sVer yard. Silk Velvets, 8
inches wide, at 74c, S1.00 and 81.25 per
yard. Corduroy's, 27 inches wide, at
85c and $1.00 per ynrd. Imperial Vel
ours, 27 inches wide, for capes black
only -81. DO to ?2.75 per ynrd.
We aro showing all the new effects
In Dress Trimmings. Ask to pee them.
We have onlarged our Dress Goods De
partment and ask you to"call and look
.i' J .