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CO.," AUDITORIUM, NOVEMBER 19TH,
' thinking of getting your
If bo, of courao you vunt the
Most Natural Expression,
And n, "Speaking" Eilconoss.
In short THE BEST, which everybody
knows is made by
The Marietta Picture Man.
When your purchasos at my store
amount to $3 you aro entitled to an
order on J. W. King, tho Photographer,
on presentation of . which, together
with S1.G0 you will rocelvo Six of
King's Best B Inished Cabinets and Ono
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount
This offer Is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it
THIS JEWELER I
129 Putnam strcot, Marietta, Ohio.
"BELLE OF THE BALL."
Would not have been
half so charming if
she had not been
wise as woll 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
tho right place;
-PUTNAM STREET DRUG STORE.
The "Belles" all
know our stock of
"society odors" is
Ono thing is cer
tainyou may forgot
us, but tho remonv
branco of our deli
cate, UAitnnnd last
ing porfumes will
linger longer with
you than tho mem
ory of the "last rose
Putnam Street Pharmacy
134 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. Stmsckeh. ihciwy STmtcuKn
GEO. STREGKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ol
Woll Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoko Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
renin lng Boilers In the oil Holds. We employ
none but tlio best mechanics In this line.
Give ns a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
' GARDLESS OF COST.
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 Wagons and
Oil Buckboards of Bay's own
make, also a lot of lumber wagons
will sell at a bargain.
THOS. C. BAY,
215-17-10 Second St. MARIETTA, 0.
Examination of Teachers
ofWashlngtott County will be held from 8 A,
M. nntll 81'. M. at the Marietta High School,
Jn the second Saturday of each month ezcopt
oannary, July and August.
MAB1IM B. AlTOBZWS,
Sept. 10,,'M. Pres. B'd of Examiners,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY, NOV. 14. I BOO
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Tho Marietta Shrincrs who attend
ed tho special meeting at Wheeling
Thursday night, returned homo Friday.
Messrs. Chancellor andVan Winkle,
of Parkersburg, wero la tho city on
' Miss Nelly rcturnod homo to Park
ersburg Friday, nftor a pleasant visit
with Mrs. W. E. Grimes.
Mr. Maurice It. Costo leaves Sunday
for Moundsvlllc, W. Va., where ho will
sing at tho concert of tho Ladies' Man
dolin and Guitar Club of that city,
Auditor W. A. Patterson loft yes
terday morning for Macon, Ills., to be
gono ten days, visiting rolatives.
C. E. Trcsch, tho popular watch
maker at Atkln's jewelry store, has re
signed his position to accept a similar
ono with D. B. Anderson, Marietta.
Mr. Treseh has made a host of friends
In thiseity, who will bo sorry to see ,
him leave Cambridge. lie is a gentle'
man and a mechanic of tho first num
ber. Cambridge Sun.
In a conversation which tho Leader
had with Engineer Folk ol just previous
to his leaving this city, ho stated that
ho would return here nest week in
company with Mr. Jutte, the promoter
ol tho Ohio River bridge scheme, and
would then havo his plans in definite
shape. It is the desire of tho promoters
that tho enterprise receive encourage
ment from tho local railroads so that it
may be built with tho end In view of
ono day carrying a north and south
road into West Virginia. Failing to
recoiyo tho co-operation of tho roads
entering this city tho bridge will, ac
cording to the statement of Mr. Felkel,
bo built for highway travel and electric
road purposes. The building of an
electric lino from Marietta to Parkers
burg is contemplated by Mr. Jutte.
Mr. Felkel hinted that tho good will of
the city would bo necessary for tho
furtherance of tho schemo in tho be
ginning, and after that something
Mr. Fred Clark, who has been cm
ployed at Anderson's jewelry store,
this city, will go into business for him
self at lleverlp, where he is well
Ily tho death of JJudge do Steiguer
thero was a vacancy in the Judgeship
of this district, which was filled by the
appointment of Judge elect J. M. Wood,
who took the oath of office on last Sat
urday and on Monday opened court
with ,Jha easo and graco of an old
Judge. Athens Journal.
Common Pleas Cou.rt for the Oc.
tober term will resume business at the
old stand Novomber 2Sd.
Prosecuting Attorney J. C. Preston
is preparing the requisiiion papers for
tho return of Everett and George
Barker to this state from Arkansas, to
be tried on the charge of stealing bi
cycles. There is a reward of S25 offered
by tho Ohio L A. W. for tho conviction
of tho former.
Tho B. & 0. S. W. paycar mado its
welcome trip to Mariotta on Friday.
Two laborers In the sewer trench
on Franklin streot narrowly escaped
injury from a cave-in Friday, Both
men were burled up to thoir arm pits,
but luckily neither received irjuries of
Mr. Bishop, manager of tho circu
lation department oi the Cincinnati
Commercial Tribune, was in tho city
Friday. The agency for tho C. T. has
been transferred toJ3eorgo H. Eells, Jr.,
but Tribunes will continue to be
handled by Newsdealer Johnston as
Mr. George n. Eells returned Friday
night to Albany, K. Y,, after a brief
visit to rolatives in Marietta.
A four-year-old child named Van
Woy died of membraneous croup Fri
day on a houseboat below this city.
A Marietta citizen who returncdFri
day from Pittsburg informs us that the
fires of industry lighted along the Ohio
binco McKlnley's election give out a
smoko so dense that it is dangerous for
boats to run af tor dark.
Tho Mariotta Collego football team
will meet tho 0. U. eleven for tho sec
ond time this season at Athens today.
James II. Dyo has returned from
Logan, accompanied by his uncle, Dr.
J. II. Dye, whoso health is somewhat
In 'Squlro Guyton'scourta warrant
has been issued for tho arrest of Wat
son Yerlan, of Coal Run. on tho charge
of non-support of minor child.
Mr. Frederick Smith, of Inde
pendence township, was taken to 'tho
Athens Stato Hospital by Deputy
Sheriff McCallistor Friday. Ho was
adjudged insane in Probate Court sev
eral days ago.
A pleasant social danco was given
last evening nt tho Knights of St
George Hall on Front street
Miss Jcsslo Charton la expocted to
arrlvo from Charleston, W. Va., today
on a visit to Miss Clara Hamilton.
Mr. C. A. Rech was called hore
from Cambridge by tho death of his
brother, Abraham Rech.
Miss Addio Curtis and Mrs. Stern
bergcr returned to Little Hocking Fri
day after a visit to friendB in this city.
Mrs. Fred Kelly arrived Friday
evening from Augusta, Ga., on a visit
to her father, Mr. Aaron Flanders.
Dr. A. K. Smith, of Logan, O., was
tho guest of Sheriff Dyo Friday.
Tho Republicans of Boyorlv and
Waterfor'd township will hold a big
There are only twelve applicants
in tho field at present fighting for Post
master Ball's shoes, and it is said that
woods aro full of "dark horses", Boy
Miss Carrie Jackson, of Beverly,
Is visiting tho family of Goo. D. Clark,
The following Is taken from tho
Kansas City Journal : "Miss Virginia
Ve Dodge, of Ohio, has been appointed
by tho Republican national executive
coinmittuo to address the various clubs,
societies and organizations of women
in Colorado and Utah upon tho condi
tions of women in freo silvor countries.
Miss Dodge is personally known to Mr.
McKlnlcy, upon whose recommenda
tion she has beon assigned to this work.
Sho Is the only woman speaker sent
out, an exception having been mado in
her favor, she having lived previously
lQ ths ,n Mux,CO( amJ wHUen exten
sivoly upon tho environments and op
portunities of Spanish - American
women. Some of this literature is pro
pared for campaign purposes, to bo
disti tbuted In thoso stateswliero women
vote and are entitled to be presidential
electors. She will remain uutil Novem
In Tho Oil Fields.
Pennsylvania 1 30
North Lima CO
South Lima 01
The Murphy Oil Co. has brought In
another excellent well. It is tho Hard
man 37 on Davis Run which came in
the first of the week and starts of at a
500 barrel gait. It is the best well yet
drilled on that farm and really tho
biggest well in tho field It has caused
quite an excitement in that vicinity
and wells will go down thick and fast
all around it.
J. L. Simpson, tho contractor, came
in from Plum Run this week, wliero he
recontly drilled a vt ell on tho Hard-man-Livingstone
tract, good for some
thing like 500 barrels and is tho best
well in thut field.
The oil business is beginning to look
up all along tho lino and promises to
be better this winter than ever. West
Another good producing woll has
been added to the list in tho Ilcnder
This lute addition to tho producers
is the Uostctter & Tannantvtull, about
three-quarters of a mile southeast of
Kelly & Mobloy's Ilcndershot No. 1.
It was drilled in yesterday and parties
who saw it estimated it at T5 barrels.
This gives a big extension to tho field;
Thero is no doubt that the entire
field will be devoloped promptly, for
tho reason that leases are owned by
numerous parties, none of whom have
very largo holdings. Locations havo
been made for a number of new wells
and work is under way inside and out
side defined limits. Sentinel.
Tho Idoal Panacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chica
go, says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
haying used it in my family for the
last Ave years, to the exclusion of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a Minister of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church for SO years
or more, and have never found anything-
so beneficial, or that gave mo
such speedy relief as Dr. King's Now
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough
Itemedy now. Trial Bottles Free at
W. II. Styer's Drug Store
German M. 13. Church. Morning sub
ject: "Building tho Temple." Evening
subject : "Jesus our Friend.
First M. E. Church. Preaching by
tho pastor at 10:80 a. m., and 7 p. m.
Special music. The public Invited.
Gilman Avenue M. E. Church. Morn
ing : "Tho Clay and tho Potter." Eve
ning: "Wees of Armenia."
Unitarian Church. Morning subject :
"Dogmatist and Doubter". Evening :
"Religious and Secular". Young
people's mooting in the vestry at six
o'clock. Everybody mado wolcome.
First Congregational Church Morn
ing subject : "Weeping". Evening i
'By Their Fruits Shall ye Know Them".
Ilarmar Congregational Church.
Tho pastor will conduct tho services as
usual Sunday morning at 10:80 and eve
ning at 7. Sunday School at 0:15 a. ro.
Y. P. S. C. E. meeting at 0 p. m.
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, of Worthington,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "Von havo a valu
ablo prescription in Electric Bitters,
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
as a general system tonlo it has no
equal." Mrs. Annio Stohle, 2025 Cot
tage Grovo Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which nover left her
nnd felt tfred and weary, but six bot
tles of Electric Bittors restored her
health and renewed her strength
Price 50 cents and 11.00. Goa Bottle
at W. H. Htyers Drug Store.
The book of
woman's life is di
vided into three
the time when n
V youngf clrl passes
A into womanhood
turning the leaf as
we may say bet.
I lwecn the first and
second chapters of
her existence a
utwc care anu
will double her
chances of future
save many hours
Every young wo
man should have
an intelligent tin.
dcratnndlnir of lief
own physical make-up. Half-knowledge
which is little better than pure ignorance,
opens the way to an untold amount of pain
Pew women realize the influence exerted
on their bodily hnd mental well-being by
the special organism of their sex. It is 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
enough even doctors often fall to recognize
the truth, For this condition there is no
other remedy in the world so helpful and
tcrtainas Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
Zt 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 i9 of
inestimable value to young women and 1
prospective mothers, greatly lessening the
pains and perils of childbirth if taken dur
ing pregnancy. During the "change of
life" it Is Invaluable.
Dr. Pierce's great book, "The People's Com
mon Sense Medical Adviser," has joo3 pages,
profusely illustrated. Over oo pages are de
nted 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 ouc-cent stamps
to cover cost of mnlline cnlv.
JUncliIcirArn en Salve.
Best Saiyvk In
tho world for
Rhoum. Fevor Soros. Totter. Channel!
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Kruptlous, and positively cureu Piles
or no pav lequired. It in guaranteed to
glvo porfect satisfaction, orniono.vro
luuded. Vrico So conts por box.
For sale bv W. R. Ssvnr.
When buying canned corn, demand
"Superior" brand, and you will enjoy
tho best 1
Electricity is the Wonder
rof the 19th Century.
We ate now prepared to do all Uind3
of wiring, from a doorbell to an incan
descent light plant. We solicit a part
of your patronage.
You will always find us ready to
ISO Putnam St, Marietta, Ohio.
Oct. 13, 1 mo.
gyj. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND
SUItGEON. Oftlco and resldenco 607 Sixth
streot. Phono No. 211. 0ct.24th-Im.
J5J-LOST. In Marietta or on road from
Marietta to Barlow, a brocho shawl. Tho Und
er will be rowardea on leaving It at Leader
office or returning to Mrs. Robt. Graham, Bar
? WANTED Two gentlemen to board
and room, (only one room). Inquiro of Mrs.
Henry Leonard, White's Road,near Putnam,
between Fifth and Sixth.
3?B. F. Hart M. D Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. L9. tl Janl.'OiS.
KB-CHAS. S. HART, M. D., office and resl
denco No. SOO Putnam street. Telephono 209.
KJ-DIt. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
t3?-DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Offlco 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery. ,
t57DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. OfTce 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
EETDn. E. V. EDDy, Dentist. Office R04
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
E5r"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of tho eye
and flttlaK of glasses. Law Building Putnam
Bars. M. HART, Dentlsl. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Tront St. Hours from
0 a. m. to C p. m.
t39MorreY to Loan. Apply, at Room 8,
MllU Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts,
.K-FOR SALE. A new house of (1 rooms
with all conveniences on Sixth street, $ 800.
A good lot 45x180 feot on Fourth street, $1000.
Some beautiful front lots on Falrviow Heights.
A good 8 room house on Third street, nbo e
Putnam. $3300. A largo 10 room houso on Wost
Side, S2S03. Some good lots in Putnam Place
Addition from.1100 to 8300.
J. A. plumkh & Son.
Mills Building, Corner Putnam andbecosd
OB-FOR SALE. 23 Lots on Emerson Heights
sub division and six acres adjoining Corp. line
at low prices and easy terras.
20 Residence properties in the city for sale
on easy terms
Farm in Decatur township for salo or ex.
change. Farm In Wood Co., W. Va , for salo
Two new houses on Wost Sldo on easy terms.
Call and see us It wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil leas es for sale.
Ward & Stoke,
2 5 Second Street.
Roal Estate tor Sale.
OEO. B. SUNDEItLAND, 31 SECOND STHEET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from ITOOto
s Vacant lots on Front street, ?150 to EM).
B Lots on Eighth and Washington, 1300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, 300 to 100.
to Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
10 Lots for sale In the Ohio Valley sub divi
sion 11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
3 Tbree-Btory business houses on Front St.
at bargains. '
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of T Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lot
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a liargaln, 12.800.
Warm Underwear for Ladies, Misses, Infants,
Men and B:ys--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'
ml Mm Wii
nim ' '"""" tr-r ,5-p Ills?
"best Egyptian jersey"1-3
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 goodu in stock. Also
Yysilanti. Equestrienne Tights, Abdominal
Bands and Chest Protectors.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
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.
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 materia).
10 and 1 1 quarters, all shades, very cheap.
T.he popular Standard Publications for Dec
ember have arrived, and the fashion sheets for
country subscribers have been mailed.
1 72 Front Street.
"We are daily receiving new invoices of Cloaks and Jackets. "We
can show you the latest styles in Eough 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 Cape, trimmed very
stylish; special price, $6.50.
Wo are offering some values in this department that are worthy
of your attention. See the following:
Children's Union Suits, Egyptian
Cotton, all sizes, 25c por suit.
Children's Union Suits, extra hea
vy, fleece lined, all sizes, 50c.
Ladies' Union Suits, Egyptian Cot
ton, floeco lined, 50c per suit;
a heavier quality at 75c.
We also carry a full line of tho
for Ladies in Cotton, Merino and
Vests in all sizes.
119 and 121 Putnam St.,
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. Good warm
heavy Shirts and
Drawers for Men at 25c
Ladies' Covert Cloth Jacket,
brown mix only.
Ladies' Kersey Cape, black and
tan, trimmed with velvet and
buttons; special price $5.00.
Ladies' Cheviot Oape, black only,
trimmed in braid, $5.00.
Boys' fleece lined shirts and draw
ers, Ecru and (jtroy at 50c each
Men's fleece lined shirts and draw
ers, Ecru and Grey, 50c each
1 lot Grey Merino shirts, 35c each
well known Onieta Union Suits
Wool. Also Children's. Nazareth