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thinking: of gettiuK your
If so, of course you want the
Most Nalnral Expression,
And n "SpeAking" Likeness.
In short THE BEST, which everybody
., . knows is mado by
The Marietta Piptpreffrtaiv
MARIETTA DAJLY LEADER
FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
When your purchases at my storo
amount to $3 you aro entitled to an
'order on J. W. King, the Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with tl.50 you will recelvo Six of.
King's Best B IniBhed Cabinets and One
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount.
This 'Offer is for a Limited Time.
Tako advantage of it.
Till: JEWELER t
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
"BELLE OF THE BALL."
Would not have-been !
half so charming if
sho had not boen
wish as well as
The reason is easy
to find: Rare Per- t
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.
Tho "Belles" all
know our stock of
"society odors" is
One thing is cer
tainyou may forgot
us, but the remem
branco of our deli
cate, b-Vee and LAST
ING perfumes will
linger loncer with
yon than tho mem
ory of the "last roso
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,
GEO. SXRECKEIU HKNBY STRBCKIH
GEO. STREGKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and 01
Well Boilers, Oil Tanlts, Smolio Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none but tno best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial wo know we can please you.
Offlco and works on West Side.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
' Before buying a vehicle, 'don't1
fail to call on the undersigned, as
he can save you considerable
money on any purchase.
Half dozen Spring Wagons and
Oil Backboards 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, O.
Examination 'of Teachers
of Washington County will be held from 8 A.
M. until 8l. M. at the Marietta High School,
n the second Saturday of each month except
oanuary, July and August.
, MAIWIH K. ANDRBWS, ,
Sept. 10, 'HO. Pres.B'd of Examiners,
Mrs. S. M. Campbell entertained a
number of frlonds 'Thursday at dinnor
al her home on South Third street.
Ex-Treasurer E. W. Schoflold, of
Iro.iton, is in tho city, tho guest of
Capt J. U. Hovey, and looking ,af tor
The funeral of Abraham Rcch,
who died Wednesday, will tako place
today at 10 a. m.
At tho Congregational parsonago
Wednesday evening Rov. C. E. Dickin
son performed' tho ceremony which
"-Mr. and Mrs. Lou R. "Vance, form
erly of Marietta, aro visiting Mr.
Vance's parents in this olty. Thoy
will leave next week for Warren, whoro
Mr. Vance has accepted a dress depart
ment position in Smith, Dennison &
Co's largo storo. Wo are glad to learn
of his success in his choson business.
A pair of mules belonging to Ezra
Walker, of Little Hocking, got loose on
Tuesday night last and got on tho rail
rood near the west end of tho bridge.
The fast train, going cast about 11
o'clock, struck them and carried them
clear across the bridgo and dumped
them on the east side.
A gentleman from Bollairo has
about completed arrangements by
which ho is to purchaso tho stock of
clothing of Mr. Sam Sulzbachcr, and
dispose of it in the store-room occupied
by Mr. Sulzbacher.
Officer Posey leaves today on a
hunting trip to Torch, O., and tho
members of tho forco aro smacking
their lips in anticipation of the largo
amount of savory game which he will
brintr homo with him, no matter what
Mrs. Samuel Malonoy died WedncS'
day evening at her homo at tho corner
of Eighth and Washington streets, of
diseases incident to old aire. Sho was
83 years old and leaves a husband and
one daughter, tho latter being Mrs.
John Lconhardt. Funeral Saturday at
2:80 o'clock p. in.
Some timo ago Marshal Parlin lQcat
ed Eyerett and George Uarker, the two
boys under indictment in this county
for stealingubieycles, at Huntington,
Arkansas, where they were living with
relatives. It will bo remembered that
they are two ,of four prisoners who
broke jail last summer by digging tholr
way through a solid brick wall. Mar
shal Parlin has been in communication
with tho officers at Huntington and on
Thursday Everett, for tvhoso conviction
thero is a reward offered of S25, was
placed under arrest. A telegram re
ceived states that Georgo also will
soon be in custody. Prosecuting At
torney Preston will secure tho neces'
sary requisition papers and Sheriff Dyo
will tro-to Arkansas to brinff back tho
Mrs. Mary 15. Fearing, widow of tho
late Silas Fearing, died Thursday
morning of diseases incident to old age.
The funoral will tako place from tho
residence at 0:30 o'clock Saturday
A number of members of tho local
lodge of Masons will attend tho open
ing of tho new Masonic Tomplo at
Tho initiatory degreo was conferred
ut tho regular meeting of Guttenberg
Lodge No. 310 Thursday evening.
A new plate glass window has
been put in tho front of Chas. Jones'
storo to replace the one recently
broken by a missile thrown by some
Miss Sadio Neill entertained a
number of her friends at her home on
Muskingum avenue Wednesday even
ing. Those present were Misses Ellis,
Osterle, Athey, Lapham, Ogle, Bunch
and Batton. A very en jeyablo evening
Mrs. Fredoricka Pfeiffer, widow of
the lato Jacob M. Pfeiffer, died at her
homo Thursday morning, tho 18th,
after an illness of oyer four years of
paralysis. Tho age of the deceased
was eighty-four years, anil she was
a native of Germany. Sho leaves
seven children and a host of friends
to mourn her loss.
Miss Hopo Wllhelm is suffering
from nn attack of diphtheria and the
house has been quarantined.
Capt Mack Gamble, who has been
out of tho steamboat business for some
-time, is reported to be making plans
for a now packet for he Wheeling!
Louisville trado. Parkersburg Jour
Supt A. C. Campbell, of tho Ameri
can Telephone & Telegraph Company,
New York, Is in tho city.
Mr. Frceland C. Wilson died of
Brlght's disease Thursday morning at
the Bradford House, this city, where he
had been making his home. The de
ceased was 78 years of ago and has rela
tives at Warner, whero tho remains
will bo shipped for burial.
Among tho local Shrinors who loft
Thursday to attend tho special meet
ing at Wheeling were : Messrs. Law
rence Largoy, 0. S. Colt, F. C. Audlbort,
G, M. Payne, I. J. Ellis, T. H. Sugden,
E. B, Morrison, W. M. Morse and Henry
Died, Wednesday, Novembor llth,
at his homo near Cutler, Mr. William
Smith, after an illness of sevoral weeks.
Ho will bo burled with Masonic honors.
Tho Queen City is tho euphonious
name by which tho now Cincinnati
packot will bo known, and In tho selec
tion of Cincinnati Is a second time
honored. When the construction of
tho boat was, of necessity, given to tho
Cincinnati marine ways it was thought
bv rivormon that in choosing a namo
the Smoky City would bo considered.
Tho namo is a pretty one, however, and
tho officers of tho company say they
will not forgot Pittsburg when they
bulid another boat Pittsburg Post
Mr. Fred Kraft has removed his
family from Newport to this eity.
Mr. W. J. Bay, of this city, has re
ceived from' the Star Soan.com nan v. of
ZoncsvillOjiOhiop a- prlzei of: $25 - as one J
of tljo successful readers ot.n prizo
Tho following officers wero elected
at tho annual meeting of tho Trustees
of tho Woman's Home : President Mrs.
T. D. Dale ; Vice President, Mrs. J. D.
Cadwallader ; Secretary, Mrs. J. P.
Laing; Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.
E. J. Lobdell; Treasurer, Miss Buchan
an. Tho Consulting Trustees, Messrs.
J. D. Cadwallader, S. J. Hathaway and
R. C. Dawes, wero continued.
Tho proposition is made forasorics
of Sunday afternoon sacred concerts in
tho Auditorium for tho coming winter
and the Marietta band will consider
the matter at their next meeting Mon
day night Should tho project be car
riod out season tlcltots at a nominal
price will bo issued.
Marietta Council No. 1544, Royal
Arcanum, will meet Saturday eyonincr.
An address will bo delivered by A. D.
Regular mcotlng of C. B. Gates
Post W. R. C. tonight
Hon. Aug. M. Campbell and Messrs.
M. F. and T. S. Bly, of St. MaryB, W.
Va., wero in the city on business Thursday.
A steam bending press at the Chair
Factory exploded Thursday afternoon
with tremendous force. Tho force of
tho explosion expended itself down'
ward, and a hole was mado in the two
inch floor, beside two 4x0 scantling
supporting tho floor lolng broken. The
machine is practically destioycd.
At tho regular meeting of Buell
Post G. A. R. Thursday, Nov. 5th, a
vote of thanks was tendered tho Mayor,
Council an,d Janitor for tho uso of tho
basement during the time election re
turns wero being received in tho Audi
torium. Buell Post is trying to ac
cumulate funds to carry it to tho next
grand encampment at Buffalo, N. Y.,
and the courtesies of these gentlemen
enabled them to realize handsomely
from serving luncheon in the basement
of tho city building.
Married, in this city Thursday
afternoon, Novembor 12th, by tho Rev.
Mr. F. R. Crooks, Mr. G. E. Sonnan
stine, of McConnelsvllle, and Miss Lona
McCleary, of Marietta.
Mr. Henry Otterboln left Thursday
for Cincinnati, aftor a rest of a week
on account of illness. Mr. Otterbein is
in tho storo of tho Marietta Chair Co.,
Walter Close, aged 10, son of Peter
Close, of Mill Creek, had the misfortune
to accidentally shoot himself Thursday
afternoon while out hunting. In at
tempting to get over a fence while
carrying his gun, a double barrel
breech-loading shot gun, in some man
ner tho gun struck a rail so that tho
weapon was discharged. The load en
tered his left shoulder, tearing the flesh
and shattering tho end of the collar
bone. Dr. Willis, of this city, dressed
the boys hurts, which are severe. Tho
lad will bo extremely fortunate if tho
arm is saved.
Engineer Felkel, who has boen
making the survey for tho proposed
Ohio river bridge, will complete his
preliminary work and leavo today.
He expects to return in about one
week with tho matter in such a shape
that the scheme may assume definite
A select dance was given last eve
ning at Wehrs' Hall on Front street
and was highly enjoyed by tho young
Mrs. Dr. Sam Hart left Thursday
ovenlng on a visit to frlonds In Now
York and Boston.
Sixteen telegraph operators met
Thursday evening at tho Trades and
Labor Hall and organized a local
branch of tho Order Railroad Teleg
raphers. Grand Chief Powell was
present and delivered an Interesting
address. Officers were elected as fol-
lows DlcWasorT, Chief f F. Si Payne
1st Asslssant Chief; Chas. Jordan, 2d
Assistant Chief; E. W. Williamson,
Secretary and Treasurer; H. B. Wil
liams, Marshal; S. S. Dyar, Inside
Sentinel; G. R. Vanvaloy, Outsido Sent
inel; P. Costollo, Past Grand Chief.
But so Different. It's Proof
That Counts and That's What
Marietta People Want.
There aro many of them.
Road about them every day.
Do you believe all you read?
Wo think not.
Whyb Well, perhaps you know dif
ferent. Hard to endorse a statement in Ma
rietta, Of a man in St. Louis.
Bad backs aro numerous.
So aro Kidney cures.
But do thoy cure?
That's tho all-Important question.
Claim is one thing proof is another.
Claim means what tho manufacturer
lt Proof, means what tho peoplqsayf -,
.The people say, ,44 , . lo ,
Dodn's Kidney Pills cure Kidney ills.
Who aro tho people?
Why Marietta people What other
endorsement is proof?
Mr. J. W. White, of No. 301 Wash
ington St., 6ays: "My kidneys hayo
been my weak point all my lifo and
my occupation, a painter, is hard on
theso organs. I havo had a number of
attacks of kidney trouble but tho last
one was very severe and I was forced
to do something to got relief. I got a
box of Doan's Kidnoy Pills at W. H.
Styor's drug storo on Front St Mv
back was in such a condition I could
hardly got around. It felt as if un
jointed, when 1 stooped or lifted any
thing. After I had taken ono box all
signs of the disorder disappeared. I
found Doan's Kidnoy Pills very easy to
tako and endorse them as such."
Doan's Kidney Pills aro for sale by
all dealers or sent by mail on receipt
of price. 50 cents per box, 0 boxes for
$2.50. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N.
Y., sole agents for tho United States.
On account of tho Cleveland Horse
Show Nov. 17th to 21st. inclusive, tho
C. & M. Ry. will sell excursion tickets
toCloveJand, O., Noy. 17th, 18th, 10th
and 20th. at ono fare for tho round trip.
Tickets good returning to and includ-
including Noy. 21st.
When buylntr canned corn, demand
"Superior" brand, and you will onjoy
toe best I
Warm Underwear for Ladies, Misses, Infants,
Men and Boys--by far the largest stock in the
City. You find what you want here and we
make your Underwear money go as far as it
would in any store in the country. Ladies'
Vests at 1 5c, 25c, 50c
and on up. Unques
tionably our 25c and
50 cents. Vests and
Drawers are superior
to any in the City for
the prices. Qood warrn
heavy Shirts and
"best Egyptian jersey" Drawers for Men at 25c
a pair . Ladies' Union Suits in all styles and
prices, Misses' Union Suits at 25c, 40c, 50c
Besides the cheap and medium priced Un
derwear we keep a full line of high grade. We
are agents for the famous YPSILANTI UNION,
SUITS and have these goodw in stock. Also
Yysilanti. Equestrienne Tights, Abdominal
Bands and Chest Protectors.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Electricity is the Wonder
of the 19th Century.
We aro 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
ISO Putnam St, Marietta, Ohio.
Oct. 10, 1 mo.
ESg-J. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND
SURQEON. Offlco ana residence B07 Sixth
street. Phone No. 211. Oct24th-lm.
t27"LOST. la Marietta or on road from
Marietta to ISarlovr, a broche shawl. Tho find
er will bo rowarded on leavirig It at Leader
office or returning to Mrs. Robt. Graham, liar
tST-LOST. October IStb, Persian shawl,
mixed red. yellow and green with dark center.
Suitable reward It returned to Hutchinson's
Bargain Store. Wed3ts
Dress Goods Buyers
Have no trouble making a choice from our inr
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.
Just Received a Desirable
Assortment of Ladies' Capes and Jackets for
less price than asked by any other house in the
Bed Comforts, Our Own Make,
Large sizes, and made of the best material.
10 and 1 1 quarters, all shades, very cheap.
JtgyWANTED Two gentlemen to board
and room, (only ono room). Inquire of Mrs.
Henry Leonard, Whlto's'Road, near Putnam,
between Fifth and Sixth.
KBTurnlshed rooms for rent,
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, 'of Worthlngton,
Iiid., "Sun,' writes: "You hatro a valu
able prescription in Electric Bitt6rs.
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
as a general system tonic it has no
oqual." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2025 Cot
tage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left hor
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles of Eleotric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength
Price 60 cents and tl.OO. Gea Bottle
at W. H, Styor's Prug Store.
tsrn. F. Hart M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Offlco and Residence No. 810 Front street. Te
lephone No. CO. tl.Janl.'OO.
KB-CHAS. S. HART, M. D., offlco and rest.
dence No. BOO Putnam street. Telephone 209.
DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Bonding, rooms 7 and 8.
tSTim. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Offlco 202 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
The popular Standard Publications for Dec
ember have arrived, and the. fashion sheets for
country subscribers have been mailed.
1 72 Front Street.
In your pocket if you'buy
JSDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
S3TDB. E. P. Enny, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
tS" DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
bsb-S. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front S. Hours from
0 a. m. to 5 p. ni.
CBMoney to Loan. Apply at Room 8,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam 8ts.
S5ST-FOR SALE. A new house of 0 rooms
with all conveniences on Sixth street, 8.8U0,
A good lot 15x160 feet on Fourth street, J 1C00.
Some beautiful front lots on Fairvlew Heights.
A good 8 room house on Third street, above
Putnam, J3300. A lnrge 10 room house on West
Side, ?2S0O. Some good lots la Putnam Place
Addltlon'from I10O to $300.
J. A. Plum En & son.
Mills Building, Corner Putnam and Second
mrFORSALE. 25 Lots on Emerson Holahts'
ub-aivision ana six acres aa joining Corp. line
jn low prices ana easy terms.
20 Resldenco properties in tho city for sale
on easy terms.
Farm In Decatur township for sale or ex
change. Farm In Wood Co., W. Va , for sale
Two new houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and see us if wanting tq purchase pro
perty. Oil leases for sale.
WAnn & Ptone,
2! 5 Second Street.
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO. H. SUNDEJtLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1,800, 2.000,
Second street 1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street (3.G0O.
Third street, o Houses, fl,00Q, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street 11,000, 1,800, 2,300, B,000.
Fifth street tsoo, 2,000, 3,ooo.
Sixth street ?l,soo, 2.000, 2,600.
Warren street 1700, 00, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, f 1,100, lot 180 by 180.
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
12S Front Street.
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Who wants a good
Second-Hand 6 H. P. All Steel
Tubular Boiler, or a 2 H P.
Gas Engine, cheap?
Address or call on
Third and Butler Sts.
We gl70 Periodical tickets.
A. d. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention glt?en to com-
pounding of Prescriptions,
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Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
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 Stree. Marietta, Ohio,