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thinking' of gettinff your
If so, of course you want thu
Most Natural Expression,
And a "Spkakiso" LikeneAs.
In short THE BEST, which everybody
knows is made by
The Marietta Picture Man.
When your purchases at my store
amount to $3 you are entitled to an
ordor on J. W. King, the Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with $1.50 you will receive Six of
King's Best Finished Cabinets and Ono
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount
This offer is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it
Till JEWELER I
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
"BELLE OF THE BALL."
Would not have been
half so charming if
she had not been
wise as well as
The reason is easy
to find: Rare Per
fumes lend added
charm to beauty and
the above young lady
was posted. Backed
up her judgment,
too, by supplying her
"perfume wants" at
the right place;
PUTNAM STREET DRUG STORE.
The "Belles" all
know our stock of
"society odors" is
One thing is cer
tainyou may forget
US, but the remem
brance of our DEI.I
cati:, bake and last
ing perfumes will
linger longer with
you than the mora
ory of the ''last roso
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, Gc per
All papers delivered upon ar
rival, promptly; also all Monthly
It Magazines and Weekly Periodi
Bicycle livery the best in the
city, rates moderate, and plenty
Guns for rent.
G. H. Eells, Jr., Agf.
GEO. STBECKEB. HKNRY STUECKEn
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and 01
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Doners in the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF GOST.
Before buying a vehicle, don't
fail to call on the undersigned, as
he can save you considerable
money on any purchase.
Half dozen Spring WagonB and
Oil Buckboards of Bay's own
make, also a lot of lumber wagons
will sell at a bargain.
THOS. C. BAY,
315-17-10 Second St, MARIETTA, 0.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7, ISB8
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kemp will enter
tain the United Brethren Church social
at their home, No. 754 Greene Btreot,
Thursday evening, October 8th. A
cordial invitation to all.
Evangelist Roller is expected to be
hero Sunday, October .lth, to assist in
conducting a series of revival meetings
at the Gorman M. E. 'Church.
The first foot ball game of the sea
son will be played on the College Ath
letic grounds next Friday betweenctlie
elevens of Marietta and.,Ohio Univer
sity, oi innons. J. no jimcna uuys ure
said to have improved greatly since
last year and are expected towput up a
good game. , f
' Mrs7Talbot, Wooster street! is vis"
iting her sister, Mrs. Caleb Thorniley,
at Sand Hill. ,
Miss May mo Hurley, of Bradford,
Pa., is visiting friendB in the city.
The neatness and despatch with
which Council transacted its business
last night in time for the show at the
Auditorium opened the eyes oi every
A reception will bo given at the
College Friday evening to the members
of the visiting football team. All
friends of the institution are invited.
Captain H. E. Ritchie, late of the
wharfboat, has taken rooms on Greene
street. He will continue to reside in
Marietta during the winter before en
gaging Jn other business.
Tommy Thomas will pitch today's
game for Marietta against Pittsburg
and the contest will be for blood. It
will be the last of the season and
should bo witnessed by a largo crowd.
Tompkins' Black Crook company
was grcoted with a large and fine aud
ience at tho Auditorium Tuesday eve
ning. The penormanco gave general
satisfaction, though a song or two
might have been left out without im
pairing the entertainment. Tho
scenery was'magniflcent and the danc
Tho Parkersburg Journal says : "A
tourist from Saginaw, Mich., arrived
here yesterday in one of the prettiest
sail boats that has ever been seen on
these waters. It is a two masted
schooner 26 feet long with an 8 foot
beam. It is decked over and has a
cabin large enough for the accomoda
tion of two men. The man in charge
of it is en route to the Gulf of Mexico
and reached hero through tho lakes and
tho Ohio canal connecting with the
Muskingum river'and then dqwn tho
Muskingum and ' Ohio rivers. The
owner of the boa't made an effort to
trade or sell the boat here, but was un
ablo to dispose of it"
A telephone message was received
here Saturday night by tho officers
stating that Evert Burchatt, who a-us
arrested and held hete for tho officers
at Cambridge, 0., had escaped from
custody at Marietta. He was being
taken to Cambridge on the charge of
highway robbery. Parkersburg Jour
nal. Rey. II. J. Taylor, of Pugot Sound,
is expected to arrive here with his
family tomorrow and in future will re -
side in Marietta,
Mr. T. J. Connor, of this county,
has been commissioned by Governor
Bushnell as Associate Delegate to the
Farmers' National Congress to be held
at Indianapolis, Ind.,Nov. 10th to 13th.
The Trl-County Fair, which was
postponed on account of bad weather,
is being held at Beverly this week. A
number of Mariettians will go up to
day to attend the exhibition.
Hon. H. C. VanVoorhis addressed a
magnificent outpouring of Republicans
at Lowell Tuesday evening.
The dead body of Morgan Johnson,
who resides on Blonnerhassett Island,
was found floating in tho Ohio river be
low Parkersburg Tuesday. The cause
of his drowning is unknown.
Mr. and Mrs. James W. Howarth,
of Glen Riddle, Pa., are in the city, tho
guests of Mrs. Marshall, Fairviow
Heights. Mrs. Howarth is Mrs. Mar
shall's sister, and it has been twenty
years since she was in Marietta. Mr.
Howarth is an enthusiastic antiquar.
Tho work of erecting poles for the
electric railroad on Front street is
W, S. Gracey left Tuesday on a
business trip through the east.
"Smllor" Lasure left Tuesday to
ateend the races at Lexington, Ky.
I' 1 . i',r veil
l-5-Miss Edith Spoffordr of Washing
ton, D. C, is the guest "oflss Gr'ace
Mrs. yf, B. McQftl and children are
visiting relatives at'L'eriox, ToWeL'
Parkersburg defeated Pittsburg
Tuesday by a score of.6 to 4. Hastings
was batted out of the box and Collins
The Cincinnati Reds leave oyer the
Z. & O. this morning for Zanesyille,
where they will play today.
The funeral of D. P. Pugh, who
died at tho Athens State Hospital, will
take place from tho Harmar Congrega
tional church at 0:80 this morning.
Interment at Oak Groye cemetery.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ewart en
tertained the Senior club Monday evening.
Mrs. O J. Shannon, Mi D.t who has
been in Marietta several weeks, left
Tuesday for Slstersvllle, where she
will permanently locate.
C. J. Ford,' tho well known oil
man, was found dead in his bed at the
Bellevue Hotel Tuesday morning about
10:30 o'clock. Tho supposition is that
he died of heart disease, as he hnd re
tired the evening before in" his usual
health. When discovered the body
was cold, with no visible signs of the
cause of death. The remains were
prepared for burial and the dead man's
brother, I)r. William Ford, of Brook
lyn, N. Y was tolegrophed for in
structions. Mr. Ford was about 40
years of age and well known through
out tho oil fields of Pennsylvania, Ohio
and West Virginia. He had recently
been making his headquarters at Park
ersburg and cameyup from that city on
a business! trip MotfdayJievcalrfff'. ? t
John ti. Locke, of Cambridgejwap
in the city" Tuesday on.his wny.tpt Jfdw
Matamoras, where ho addressed n fine
meeting Tuesday evening.
Tho public 'of Marietta and sur
rounding towns are invited to call at
John E. Leonhardt's, the popular
Front street jeweler, and see the fa
mous World's Fair safe made at Cin
cinnati for the U. S. Commission by
Moslor, Bahmann & Co.
The Barlow M. E. Aid Society will
give a social at D. A. Dunsmoor's
Thursday evening, Oct. 15. All in
vited. Electric Bitters.
Electric Bitters is a medicino suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed, when, the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and tho
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicino will act
more surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. fiOc and SI. 00 per bottlo at
Styer's Drug Store.
Cincinnati 7, Marietta 3.
The game with tho Cincinnati Reds
Tuesday aftornoon was an exhibition
of good ball playing and drew a fair
sized crowd, although there was con
siderable grumbling at the price
charged. Blough pitched for Marietta
and put up a good gamo, considering
the calibre of his opponents. Ehret
pitched for the visitors, who played an
errorless fielding game, else tho score
would have been much closer than it
Some of the mombers of tho home
team who are young in the business
were more or less afflicted with nerv
ousness, especially Gilligan, who made
two costly errors in the opening of the
game. Errors by Williams, Collins
and Blough were made on hard chances
and were excusable.
The Reds are a handsome and good
natured set of fellows.
MARIETTA. All H
Hutchins, 3b 5 0
Shires, lb 5 1
McCammon, If 1....4 0
Williams, 2b 4 1
Collins, rf 4 0
Brown, cf 4 0
Gilligan, ss 4 0
Donahue, c 8 0 1
Blough, p 4 0 a
Totals 37 2 11
CINCINNATI. AU 11
uouiuay, ii o i
MoPhno V.Yy .1 (I
1 Miller rf 4 8
Vaughn, lb 4 0
Smith, ss 4 1
Irwin, 3b 4
Gray, c 3
Dwyer, of 3
Ehret, p 3
Score by innings:
Marietta 0 0 0
Cincinnati 1 0 4
0 0 2 0 0 02
0 0 10 1 7
Earnud Runs Marietta 2. Cin
cinnati 2. Two base hits Gilli
gan, Blough, Holliday, Miller,
Vaughn 2, Irwin. Home runs, Ir
win nnd Shires. Wild Pitch, Blough 1.
Basos on balls, Blough 3, Ehret 1.
Struck out by Blough 1, Ehret S.
Left on bases Marietta 8, Cincinnati
S. Umpire, Alderman.
ISucklou'vArn ca Halve.
Tun Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rhoura, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
giye perfect satisfaction, or inonev re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For Bale bv W. H. Htyer.
Assignments have been made for the
coming week as follows:
October 7th, Wednesday, R. S. Gage
at Centennial School House.
October 7th, Wednesday, Hon. II, C.
VanVoorhis at Cutler.
October 8th, Thursday, R. S. Gage
and B. E. Guyton at Doop's School
October 8th, Thursdny, Hon. H. C.
VftnVDorhis at Murnhv's. L ' . ,
jfbctf ber 5th, Friday. R. S? Gage ana
Usrti. Mtyion at iteas uun;
October Oth, Friday, Hon, H', C. Van
Voorhls at Watertov, n. "r
C. & M. Excursions.
On account of tho Republican Rally,
Senator R. G. Horr speaker, at Cald
well, Oct. 8, tho C. & M. Ry. will sell
excursion tickets from all stations
Cambridge to Marietta inclusive at one
fare for the round trip. Tickets good
for ono day only.
On ancount of Lodge Free and ac
cepted Masons of Ohio at Cincinnati
the C. & M. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Oct 10 at ono f tiro for tho round
trip. Tickets good returning until
Half Fare Hates to Ueverly.
Via Z. & O.R. Ry. Oct. Oth, 7th and 8th ac
count of Trl-Couuty Fair. Good Races. Bal
loon ascensions. Bicycle parachute leap, &c.
Tickets good returning until October oth,
Some Opinions and Advics from a
Like every city and town in our Re
public, Marietta furnishes its share of
veterans who fought for Old Glory
during the late unpleasantness, and
who, despite their valor whon facing a
foe on tho Hold found themselves wag
ing war on a concealed enemy oyer
since, ahd perfectly powerless and un
able to dislodge it from its position.
How ti effect a dlslodgcment is clearly
given in tho statement that follows,
made by 'Squire M. U. Hart, whoso of
fice, we need scarcely remind our read
ers, is just opposite tho depot. Our
citizens have now the unavoidable
question to answer, whose opinion can
1 depend upon the more, a representa
tive resident of Marietta or some news
paper statement made by some one liv
ing hundreds of miles away who say
remedy 'sp-and-so cure'd him? Read
tliis'1 atfd ttt'eli Quietly 'andpcooly au
sVfeYu the question men,tally. ,Tje
'SQUlre1 says: ',,'Ktnce I was,q,"tbo army,
fftrfe'rnDer of Reg. 148? C6. K., Ohio; I'
never had the health I bad 'before! 1
enlisted My kidneys were effected
and at times I had been anything but
a well man, some of the symptoms
showing plainly that my kidneys were
not right, such as dull pains in the
loins: tho back tiring out, and irregu
larity at times in the secretions of tho
kidneys: aggravated pain when I
caught cold. I got a box of Doan's
Kidney Pills at W. H. Styer's place on
Front St, and I appreciate the results
received. The remedy acts direct on
tho kidneys and has no bad effect on
the system while using it and it does
not take long to make a noticeable
improvement I endorse the claims
made for Doan's Kidney Pills."
Doan's Kidney Pills are sold by all
dealers. Price 50 cents per box, or 0
boxes for S2.50. Sent by mail on re
ceipt of price. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
Farmers Want Cboap Sloncy.
The advocates of free coinogo in tho
west and south "don't take any stock"
in Bryan's occasional assertion that be
"contends" that tho adoption of this
policy would put up tho prico of silver
to $1.39. Indeed they would loso all
interest in the agitation if they sup
posed that the silver dollar under free
coinage was to be worth as much, as
tho gold dollar is now. Tho real senti
ments of those people arc clearly ex
pressed by James Kitchen, an extensive
farmer and stockman of Grayson, Ky.,
;who, when asked tho other day why lie
was for free silver, made this reply:
"I am for free silver becaupo 1 am in
debt, and If wo got froo coinage I can pay
my debts with ono-half of what It now
costs under our present money rtandaid.
And another reason, I employ laborers on
my farm. They ore tho creditors. I am
tho debtor. Under froo coinage I can pay
them with ono-half It costs mo now, foi It
will ralso the price of products, and I can
hire my farm help for GO cent3 a day and
pay them In bacon at 15 cents a pound."
It must become more and more plain,
as tho campaign proceeds, that this is
tho motive and must bo thercsultof the
free coinage agitation. Thoquestionat
Issue will thus finally resolve itself into
tho larger question, whether the Amer
ican pcoplo still believe that honesty is
tho best policy.
. BUSINESS LOCALS.
JSTWANTED Ladles or Gents-1 neat
ladles or gents until Christmas. Salary 81.00
per day. Address,
E. Hendersuot, Gen'IDel., City.
JK-ROOMS TOR RENT. Two large nice
ly furnl3hed rooms for rent. Inquire 521
Fourth street. tf.
3TFOR RENT. Two large desirable fur
nished rooms. Inquire 45 Second street.
S3TFOR SALE. East End Building Lots.
153 Lots ranging In price from 810 to 8375.
Terms to suit. J. L. Guyton,
Room 10, Law Building.
yB. F. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. 09. tl.Janl.'OB.
JIoney to Loan. Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
K?-CHAS. S. HART, SI. D., office and resi
dence No. S00 Putnam street. Telephone 200.
fiVDR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Uulldlng, rooms 7 and 8.
tr-DR. C. V. DVE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
J3TDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office IX
Putnam St.. betweetf Front and Second.
3T"Dn. E. F. Enny, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
J35TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
KST8, M. HART, Dentist. Office over Wltt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
0a.m. to Dp. m.
jgTKon Sale. Desirable building lots on
Front street near Washington, $1000. A good
building lot on Fourth street, $S50. A 7 room
house with lot 05xlS 12200. Business frontage
on Second street below Putnam at 8100 per ft.
An 8 room house on Third street above Putnam
12703. Cheap building lots in Putnam Place
and Falrvlew Heights.
J. A. PI.DMEB & SON.
sub-division ana six tjcresaioiumg ooni. nao
nt low tirldirifid easv't'rms; J "' 'ji
30 Reslilenp-operlieyin the cit'fot'Sale
on easyiteriDBOf . .? f "
Farm In Decatunownshlp for sa'e or ex
change., Farm In Wood Co., W. Va.for safe
Two new houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and see us If wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil leases for sale.
WARD & STONE.
Hi Second Street.
Real Estate for Salo.
GEO. B. SDNnEDLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
TOSITE UNION DEPOT.
T Houses on Front street ?1,700, 1,800, 2,000,
' Second street 11,700, J.OOO.
12 Room House below Butler street 13,600.
Third Btreet. 6 Houses, J1.000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street 11,000, 1,800, 2.C00, 5,000,
Fifth street tsoo. 2,oo). 3,030.
Sixth street 11,800, 2 000, 2,(00.
Warren street 1700, 600, 000, 1,100.
J Fine Brick House, U.S00, lot 1E0 by ISO.
A Hint to Busy People
Save yourself as much as you can. Some
things you can buy ready made. For instance,'
Outinp; or Flannelette NightGowns. WehaveL
them for Children at 50c, for Misses at 75c,
for Ladies at 75c and $1.00, and Night Shirts
SEPARATE SKIRTS Convenient to wear
with any waist--well made of black fancy
Mohair, at $2.00 and $3.00.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
THE THREE PRIZES
Now on exhibition in our show window will be
given away the 31st inst. to the ones making
the THREE NEAREST GUESSES on the num
ber of WHITE DOTS on piece of goods in sight.
First Prize is a Black Silk Dress Pattern,
Second Prize a Ladies' Fine Beaver Jacket,
Third Prize a pair of Large Wool Blankets,
For every fifty cents worth of goods pur
chased of us for CASH, you are entitled to One
Names of the parties who get the prizes will
be published in the city papers.
This is no HUMBUG, but a SURE THING.
Try your luck.
w- -w W -JR- W w WV&W -?i- -?S- W
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,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
Personal; attention civoh to com-
rf potfridlrirj of Prescriptions.
j I Hi
We have been and are now very busy, but
will always take time and pleasure in showing
you the nicest and most complete line of
Mantels, Tile and Fire-plaGe Trimmings
For Gas or Coal. Give us a call and let us show
our goods to you. See our gas fire-backs.
H, A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third Street, Marietta, Ohio.
for Men at75c and $1.00.
There is solid comfort in
the wearing of these soft,
It will not payyou to make -when
you' can buy at so
near cost of materials. A
new lot at 60cts. and up.
WSP-flf1 3iSw if? -w 'Hf'iSf -v?- w- Jiv
Who wants a good
Second-Hani 6 H. P. All Steel
Tubular Boiler, or a 2 H P.
Gas Engine, cheap?
Address or call on
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
??? if? 4k- W ?! W 'S? -TiviV ( V,?W
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Sati-
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