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"GYPSY GERMAN," AUDITORIUM, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER HTH.
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The Marietta Pict&reiGrajs
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, NOV. 10, 1800
The Colloge football team relumed
from Cattlotlsburg, Ky., Monday.
Tho crowd which went from this
city to parkersburg last night was ono
of tho most orderly for lis slzo hat over
participated in a political jollification.
The absonco of intoxication was par
Work on the electric street railway
is progressing steadily and tho lino
lomplotcd to Montgomery street
Second street is also ncarlng complo-
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days. , Tho power house
When your purchases at my 6tore
amount to $3 you are ontltled to an
order on J. W. King, tho Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with $1.50 you will receive Six of
King's Best I inished Cabinets and Ono
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount
This offer is for a Limited Time.
Tako advantage of it.
TUB JEWELER I
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
"BELLE OF THE BALL."
Would not hayo been
half so chaVmlng if
she had not been
wise as well as
The reason is easy
to find: Karo Per
lumes lend added
charm to beauty and
tho above young lady
was posted. Backed
up her judgment,
too. by supplying her
"perfume wants" at
tho right placoj
PUTNAM STREET DRUG STORE.
The "Bolles" all
know our stock of
"society odors" i
Ono thiutr is cer
tain you may forget
us, but the remem
brance of OUr DELI
CATE, hare and last
ing! perfumes will
linger longer with
you than the mem
ory of tho "last rose
Putnam Street" Pharmacy
124 Putnam St, Marietta, Ohio.
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St., Marietta, 0
GEO, STIIECBXR. HURRY STIUXHIB
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ot
Well Boilers, OH Tanks, Smoke Stacks ana
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repaU tag Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this lino.
Give ns a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF GOSTJ"
Before buvinc a. vehicle, don-1
.. i 'i - . 'i
fail to call on the undersigned, as
he can save you considerable
money on any purchase.
Half dozen Spring Wagons 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.
Examination of Teachers
of Washington County will be held, from 8 A.
M. until 8 r. M. at the Marietta High School,
n the second Saturday ot each month except
oanuary, July and August.
MABMN It. ANDREWS, .
Sept, 10, '0?. Pres. B'd of Examiners.
tion and .Superintendent Danloy in
forms us that ho expects to have every'
thing in working order tho first of
December. It is possiblo that tho sec
ond division of tho olectrlc road will
not bo finished bsforo spring.
Mrs. Clara'Putnam entertained tho
Junior Club very delightfully last ovo-nlng,
Hon. J. Ktissoll Trotter, State Surf
orlntcnddnt of Freo Schools-elect, of W.
"Va., is in tho city, shaking hands with
old friends. He of course, is feeling good
over his recent success in tho political
world, having just been elected to tho
offlco mentioned above. Mr. Trotter
will be remembered as having attend
ed Marietta College for a while.
Gypsy Germanat tho Auditorium
Miss Mary Frawney, nged 17,
daughter of Anthony Frawney, of
Llttlo Hocking, died Monday of brain
and lung trouble.
W. E. Mason, Traveling Deputy U.
S. Marshal, left -Monday for Cincinnati
on a business trip.
I. R. Rose, of Coal Run, was in the
city Monday and left for Columbus to
attend tho meeting of tho Board of
Managers of the penitentiary.
A lively scrap occurred Monday
oyening on Lower Front street between
Charles Porter and J. R. Carrothers.
Tho latter had been drinking and was
locked up. Tho troublo started in
Frank's Cafo and eyo witnesses state
that Porter was not to blame.
Mr. H. A. Toboy received a letter
tho past wpok from Mr. Frank M. Gil
man a former Hallowell boy and son of
Moses U. Gllman. His home is at New
ell's Run, Washington county, Ohio.
Mr. Oilman retains a strong lovoforhis
natlyo st,ite and city and says he never
felt so proud of Maine as when he heard
tho result of September's election. Ho
says it gave the Bryan causo a great
set back there, and that Ohio is good
for 50,000 majority for McKinley.
Thero are too many just such eastern
men as Mr. Gil in an. in. tho westforBry
anism to have any chance there. Hal
lowell (Mo.) News.
Tho funeral of George Ilanna oc
curred Tuesday, tho romains bolng
taken to Tunnel for Interment.
The Thanksgiving Day game of
football will be played in Marietta with
Ohio Wesleyan University of Delaware
and promises to bo tho leading event
of tho seuson in football circles. In
quirles have been received for a rato on
ono hundred tickets from Delaware
nnd a large crowd of rooters from that
place will no doubt bo in attendance
Tho Marietta Band did not accom
pany the excursionists to Parkersburg
last evening as It was Impossible to
raise tho necessary funds. The many
subscription papers circulated during
tho campaign have somewhat reduced
the usual bcnevolenco of the Marietta
Fivo hundred people from this city,
among them a largo number of ladles,
went down to Parkersburg Monday
night on a special train of ten coaches
to attend tho Republican jollification.
The demonstration was a failure, tho
Marietta contingent boing about tho
only creditable feature of the parade.
The crowd returned home about 11
o'clock considerably disgusted witty the
trip. During tho past month Marietta
has furnished threo magnificent dele
gations to Parkersburg, tho two previ
ous ones being on the days of tho
Bryan and Cockran meetings, in ex
change we lmve had rosy promises
without stint of Parkersburg crowds
but thoy have always failed to mater
ialize. Parkersburg is evidently un
able to shako off her gravoyard en
vironment and Marietta people have al
most come to tho conclusion that she Is
beyond tho influences of enllghtment.
Don't miss Tho Gypsy Gorman at
tho Auditorium Wednesday night
Hon. W. B. McGlll, of Dunham
was. inftho1 city Monday. . il :tf
" Miss Kutlo Grub has returned from
a visit to friends at Pittsburg.
Tho Stato Board of Health has held
that inembra'neous croup is practically
a form of diphtheria and must bo quar
antined against the same as other con
tagious diseases. The local board will
take noto of the regulation at once and
enforce quarantine regulations against
all cases of tho disease. Thero have
been several deaths from this cause re
-cently and an epidemic, of diphtheria is
not among tho impossibilities. The
local board should receivo tho assist
ance of tho public goneially In its
.stops for the preservation of the public
Regular meeting Buell W. R. 0.
Tuesday evening at 0:80.
Mr. L. R. Vance, who has been em
ployed for soyoral months in the, dry
goods storo of Charles Jones, has re
signed his position and will leavo thin
afternoon for Warren, -Ohio, whore ho
will reside in future. Mr. Vanco will
havo chaigo of tho dress goods depart
ment of Smith, Donnlson & Cimpany's
storo at Warren.
Mr. T. H. Sugdon has resigned, his
position as TroasUrer oJE tho Harmar
Congregational church and his suc
cessor will bo olected Wednesday eve
ning. Messrs. Hardy, Henry, Brnnan and
Garrison, of tho City Council, nnd City
Solicitor 0. W. Richards loft Monday
to attond tho meeting of tho Ohio Vat
ley Improvement Association at Pitts
burg tbaa$ "Messrs. R. C. Dawep and
M. E. Nollixrho are taomborsp ,f;ho
Alssdclatlon, nro alsorinnttondanco. '
Mr. Julius A. Payne, cornor Second
and Washington strcots, had the mis
fortuno to break his left leg Monday
aftornoon at 4 o'clock. He was trying
to get some scantling out of a lumber
pile, when tho pile fell over onto him,
with tho result as mentioned above
Both bones of the lower leg, about
midway betwoon kneo nnd ankle, were
broken, making a comminuted frac
ture. 'Squire Guyton guessed within 8 of
tho actual official Republican plurality
in Washington county. Ho guessed
800, and tho count was 808.
Tho Junior Class of the Township
High School will give a Social and Art
Exhibition at tho High School Friday
evoning, November 13th.
Seo the Gypsy Minstrel, tho Gypsy
Poacher and the Gypsy Apprentice 'in
The Gypsy German Wednesday night.
Mr. Conrad Baum leaves today for
Buffalo, N. Y., where ho will attend
the colobratlon of the 50th anniversary
of Odd Fellowship in that city and
visit friends for two weeks. Mr. Baum
has been a member of tho lodge at
Buffalo for 20 years.
Mrs. Charles Cornell and children
loft Monday for tholr homo at Athens
after a visit here with her sister, Mrs.
W. L. Flnley, of Caldwell, Is in tho
city on business.
In Probato Court Monday a itran-
scrlpt from tho court of 'Squire De-
Long, of Macksburg, was filed in tho
case of Ohio vs. John Wolford. The
defendant was bound oyer on a peace
warrant sworn out by C. V. Radenbach.
There will be services at the
Wdtertown M. 'E. church Thanksgiv
ing morning at 10 o'clock, after which
thero will bo a social at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ferguson. Dinner
at 1 p. m. Evening outortainment also.
All arc invited.
The Tunnol. M. E. social will meet
at tho church Thanksgiving afternoon
and evening. A cordial invitation is
extorded to all.
Tho Parkersburg Journal has tho
following account of tho shooting of
young John Temple, which has beon
mentioned in tho Leader: Friday,
while hunting below Belpro, John
Templor, aged 14, met with a very
dangerous accidont which may cost
him his. life. Ho was handing his load
ed trun across a creek to his brother
who was hunting with him when it
was accidentally discharged, tho con
tents of which onterod his loft shoulder.
Tho shot shattered tho snouloer in a
horrible manner, almost tearing it off.
Nearly all of tho shot remained in the
wound, but a few passed clear through
tho shoulder. Thero is now but little
hope of tho injured boy's recoyery.
John Kaiser, of tho National Sup
ply Store, was in Parkersburg on busi
Mrs.Rolston andMlss GracoRolston,
of Marietta, arrived this afternoon nnd
will be guests of Mrs. A. B. Whlto for
a few days. Parkersburg Journal.
Veacb & Co's well on the Than
houser lease in tho Hendershot field
was shot Sunday and Is showing up for
at least a 70 barrel well. This Is by
far tho best well that has been dritled
in tho now field.
Sunday night the town of Spencer,
W. Va., county seat of Koano county,
was visited by a disastrous conflagra
tion. Thlrtynino stores and dwelling
houses were destroyed, many of thorn
with their contents. Among tho busi
ness places destroyed wero tho follow
ing: Tho Spencer Bank, Chapman
hotel, Chamber's hotel, Hoyt Ben
nett's cigar store, Chapman's drug
store, Gi es' harness store, Rudmun fc
Mcintosh's hardware store, Parson's
drug store. Lewellen's goneral store,
Simmon's grocery, Ltiwo's general
sitfroV school. 'house, .photograph' gal
lory, R. A. CaBto's restaurant, -iG. N.
Casto's restaurant, Spencer livery
stable, Frank Goff's store.
1 jr, h
The book of
woman's life is di
vided into three
the time -when a
Y young girl passes
A into womanhood
turning the leaf as
we may say bet
1 ween the first and
II second chapters of
her existence a
nine ca.c unu
will double her
chances of future
save many hours
Every young -woman
an intelligent un
derstanding of hot
own physical make-up. Ilalf-knowlcdgu
which is little better than pure Ignorance,
opens the way to an untold amount of pain
r, Pewwolhen realize the innuendo exerted
on their bodily nnd mental well-being by
the Special organism of their sex. . Itia hard
for them to believe that the little drain
which goes on from day to day is sufficient
to sap away the very life forces. Yet it is so.
The weakness, exhaustion, melancholy ; the
periodical prostration and sometimes almost
torture has no other cause, two-thirds of the
time, than the abnormal unhealthy condi
tion of the generative organs. Strangely
enougn even aoctors oiten tau to recognize
the trutbr For thl9 condition there is no
other remedy in the world so helpful and
tertaln as Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
ft restores health and vigor to the feminine
functions and renewed vitality to the entire
body. It heals inflammation, stops dis
charges, strengthens the ligaments and
builds up the internal tissues which cannot
be reached by "local treatment" It is of
inestimable value to young women and 1 )
prospective mothers, greatly lessening the
pains ana penis ot ctuiaoinu it taken uur-
SPECIAL RUG SALE!
ing pregnancy. During the
me" it is 1
T O-AmAtn . . j.4 tt..t ltrt.K Y?KAnlA,a fnM
tnon Sense Medical Adviser," has 1008. pages,
profusely Illustrated. Over 00 pages are de
voted to woman's diseases with suggestions for
home-treatment. It will be sent free by World's
Dispensary Medical Association, 663 Main Street,
Buffalo, N. Y., on receipt of 31 one-ceut stamps
to cover cost of ualUn? onlv.
We have just placed on sale 50 JAVANESE'
WILTON RUGS, 54 inches long, 27 inches
wide, bought under price, and
will go at $1.25 each. The
usual price of such rugs is
$ 1.75 to $2.00. n,
There are unusual
tibns.in.our Curtain Depart
ment, especially in- the line of
Portieres. Chenille, Derby
and Tapestry Portieres in new
styles and at new prices.
Fresh lot of Drapery .Goods by the yaVd. Up
holstering materials in larger variety than ever.
and cheaper than ever.
Down Sofa Cushions from 30 cents to 85
cents, andno end of pretty stuffs to cover them,
Curtain Loops, Rug Fring s and all kinds of
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Electricity is the Wonder
of the 19th Century. (
Wo are now prepared to do all kinds
of wiring, from a doorbell to an Incan
descent light plant. Wo solicit a part
of your patronage.
You will always find us ready to
130 Putnam St,
Oct. 19, 1 mo.
JJgyj. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND
SUROEON. Offlco and residence CO" Sixth
street. Phono No. 211. Oct21th-lm.
JfiyWANTED Two gentlemen to board
and room, (only ono room). Inquho of Mrs.
Henry Leonard, 'White's Road, near Putnam,
between Fifth and Sixth.
Dress Goods Buyers
Have no trouble making a choice from our im
mense stock. Here can be seen all the latest
weaves and designs, representingthe most re
liable Domestic, English and French makers
and dyers. No SHODDY GOODS to offer you
at any price.
A good line of one pattern lengths for 75c,
85c and $ 1 .00 per yard that are receiving at
tention. Look at our Job lot of Dress Goods
selling for 10c per yard.
E2TW ANTED To rent, by man and wife.
Vn o or threo unfurnished rooms below Wooster
Street for light housekeeping.
it J. A. Plumes & Son.
for rent. 425 Second
J37B. P. Hart M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. 09. tl Janl.'OS.
WB-CHAS. S. HART, M. D , offlco and resi
dence No. BOO Putnam street. Telephone 209.
MTDR. T. S. WARD, Dentist. Office In
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
C&"DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, o or Wets' Grocery.
Just Received a Desirable
Assortment of Ladies' Capes and Jackets for
less price than asked by any other house in the
Bed Oomforts, Our Own Make,
Large sizes, and made of the best material.
10 and 1 1 quarters, all shades, very cheap.
tSf'DR. W. M. HART, DKNTIBT. Offlco 1
Putnam "St., between Front and Second.
SWDn. E. f. EDcy, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
e"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and nttlnp; of glasses. Law Duildlnp Putnam
cars. M. HART, Dentist. Offlco over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
0 a. m. to Cp. in.
The popular Standard Publications for Dec
ember have arrived, and the fashion sheets for
country subscribers have been mailed.
1 72 Front Street.
55?"Money to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
O0-FOR SALE. A now house ot 0 rooms
with all conveniences on Sixth street, t Soo.
A good lot 15x180 feet on Fourth street, 81C00.
Somo beautiful front lots on Falrvlow Heights.
A good 8 room house on Third street, above
Putnam, J33CK). A large 10 room house on West
Side, ?280). Some good lots In Putnam Place
Addition from 3100 to 300.
J. A. PMJMKn & Son.
Mills Building, Corner Putnam and Second
Tho Ideal Panacea,
James L. Francis, Alderman
I regard Dr. King's Kew
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea lor
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
haying used it in my family for the
last fivo years, to the exclusion of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions." , , T
Rev. John Burgus, Keohuk, Iowa,
writes: "I havo been a Mlnistor of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years
or more, and havo nover found any
thing bo beneficial, or that gave mo
such speedy relief as Dr. King's Now
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough
Kemedy now. Trial Bottles Free at
W. II. cityer's Drug Storo
When buying canned corn, demand
"Superior" brand, and you will enjoy
the best 1 "
aFORSALE. 25 Lots on Emorson Heights
sub division and six acres adjoining Corp. line
at low prices and easy terms.
20 Residence propeitles In the city for sale
on easy terms
Tarm In Decatur township for sale or ex
change. Tarm In Wood Co., W. Va , for sale
Two new houses on West Sldo on easy terms.
Call and seo us If wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil leases for sale.
Waiid & Stone,
2c 6 Second Street.
Roal Estate for Salo.
OEO. B. SONHEnUlND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
1 POSITE UNION DEPOT.
liaodflo.uses,on Yest Side, from,,'to
's Vacant lotatm Front streetr150 to iu.
,6 Lots on Eighth, and Washington, 1500 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, 1300 to 400.
60 Lots iqrpale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 10 Lots for sale In the Ohio Valley sub-division
11 Houses near Holler Works a', a bargain.
s Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of T Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo'
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, 12.800.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Anson S. De Puy, Deceased.
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Executrix of the Will ot Anson 8.
De Puy, late of Washington County, Ohio, de
ceased. Dated this 2d day of November, A. D. 1S03.
NOV.10th-3wUS MARTHA J. DE PUY.
'On account of tho Cleveland ETorso
Show Nov. 17th to 31st, Inclusive, the
C. & M. By. will sell excursion tickets
to Cleveland, O., Noy. 17th, 18th, 10th
and 30th, at one fare for the round trip.
Tickets good returning to and includ-
lncluding Noy. Qlst
CAPES and JACKETS
We are daily receiving new invoices of Oloaks and Jackets. We
can show you the latest styles in Hough and Plain Oloths. We call
your special attention to the following:
Ladies' Kersey Jackets, very sty
lish, at $7.50.
Ladies' Astrachan Jacket, new,
just received, at $7.50.
Ladies' Plnsh Oape, trimmed very
stylish; special price, $6.50.
Ladies' Cover t Oloth Jacket,
brown mix only.
Ladies' Kersey Capo, black and
tan, trimmed with velvet and
buttons; special price $5.00.
Ladies' Cheviot Oape, black only,
trimmed in braid, $5.00.
We are offering some values in this department that are worthy
of ypur" attention. eo the. following:
Children's Union Suits, Egyptian
Cotton, all sizes, 25c per suit.
.Children's Union Suits, extra hea
vy, fleece lined, all sizes, 50c,
Ladies' Union Suits, Egyptian Cot
ton, fleece lined, 50c per suit;
a heavier ouality at 75c.
Boys' fleece lined shirts prid draw-1
ers, Ecru and Grey at 50c each
Men's fleece lined shirts and draw
ers, Ecru and Grey, 50c each
1 lotGrey Merino shirts, 35o each
Wo also carry a full line of the well known Ometa Union Suits
for Ladies in Cotton, Merino and Wool. Also Children's Nazareth
Vests in all sizes.
Wholesale and Ketail.
119 and 121 Putnam St.,
if i ,1