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"GILBERT COMIC OPERA CO.," A.UDITOROTM, NOVEMBER 19TH.
thinking of gcttlop your
If so, of coursa you Want the
Most Natural Expression,
And a "SrEAKiNo" tiikoncss.
In short THE BEST, which ovorybody
knows is'rrmdo by
The Marietta Picture Man.
Here's a'Corto' Sire
When your purchases at my store
amount to $3 you aro entitled to an
order on J. V. King, tho Photographer,
op presentation of which, together
with,' fl.50 you will rocelvo Six of
King's Best Finished Cabln6ts and One
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount
This offer Is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it
TUK JEWELEK t
120 Putnam street, Marietta,' Ohio.
Hot Water Bottles.
We don't claim that the Es
uuimo uses a hot -water bottle
but he would if we were run
ning a drug store in Green
land; because wo would call
his attention to our complete
line of these goods nt bottom
prices. We are liable to have
some Arctic weather this
winter cold enough to make
people think they're on an
iceberg. It will oo a good
time then to think of our hot
.Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St. Marietta, Ohio.
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 01110 51,
GEO. STRECKER. HKNRY STREOKKB
GEO. STREGKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ol
Well Hollers, oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers in the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know wo 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 tho 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,
315-17-19 Becond St. MAMETTAj O.
Examination of Teachers
of Washington County will be held from 8 A.
M. until ST. M. at the Marietta High School,
Jn the second Saturday of each month except
oanuary, July and August.
MAR IN It. A NDI1EWS,
Sept. 10, 'W. Prea. B'J of Examiners.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, NOV. 17. I8SG
Monday morning a dwelling houso
at Vincent, owned ty S. F. Hayes and
occupied by II. B. Fatvcott, was totally
destroyed by firo tog-other with all its
contents. Tho cause of tho firo is sup
posed to have boon tho blowing out of
tho natural gas regulator while nobody
was at home.- There was no insurance.
Miss Efllo Eyans, of Paris, France,
arrived in tho city Monday evening
nnd is tho guest of Mrs. James Creel
man. Monday foronoon a man named
Frank Edwards had a narrow escape
from instant death on tho Butler street
trestle. IIo was very drunk and was
standing near Singer's barber shop
when the switching engine passed,
drawing a number of loaded cars.
With a deliborateness that appeared to
bo an attempt at suicide ho sprang
under one of tho cars, grabbing an iron
rod, and was dragged across the trestle
to Second street When taken from
his horrible position he was in a half-
conscious condition and appeared to bo
seriously injured. Ho was taken to
the City Hall and given medical atten
tion, but up to a late tour last night
was in great pain, with evidence of in
ternal injuries and hemorrhage. Ho
is a stranger in the city.
Horn, in Housfon, Texas, Novem
ber 11th, to Mr. and Mrs. Laurence
Kenner, a daughter, granddaughter to
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hazen, Lower Salem,
Mr. J. H. Uhl and family, of "Wil
liamstown, leave oyer tho Z. & O. It.
this morning for Hutchison, Kas.
Deputy Sheriff John S. MeCallistor
was at Coal Run Monday and arrested
Otto Deoring, who was indicted by tho
last grand jury for injuring telegraph
lines. He will be tried at tho present
term of court, together with James
Popponger, who was indicted for tho
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo M. Wood
bridgo ontertained a small party of
friends last evening in honor of Mrs.
bands, of Parkersburg, who is the
guost of Mrs. Miriam Loomis.
Tho Unitod States lighthouse tend
er. Golden Rod, arrived at tho wharf
Saturday, and all day yestorday was
tho center of all eyes. It is probably
tho trimmest craft on Western waters.
Tho boat visits tho 531 lights between
Pittsburg and Cairo four times a year,
paying the keepers and keeping up tho
supplies. Capt. Georgo A. Vandergrift
commands the boat and on this trip
has as his guest Commander B. S. Rich
ards, tho newly-appointed inspector of
lights in this district. Pittsburg
Mrs. Daniel Kolley will entertain
at cards Friday ovoning, in honor of
her sister, Miss Minnio Nelson, of Con
Mr. W. S. Hayes, General Manager
of tho Loidceker Tool Company, has
resigned his position, haying sold his
stock and ceased to bo identified with
"Mascot" up to Date, Auditorium,
Mrs. C. It. Hovoy, Third street, re
ceived a telegram on Monday notify
ing her of tho death of her father, Mr.
Nathan Fawcott, which occurred at
Tin Cup, Colorado. No details were
given, but tho remains will probably
bo brought to Mariotta for burial.
Several years ago Mr. Fawcott was
closely identified with tho business in
terests of Marietta and was ono of the
best known citizens of the city. His
death will bo learned of with deep re
gret by a host of friends. His ago was
Messrs. C. C. Lyman and Henry G.
Bohl, of this city, have been chosen to
serve on the United States Grand Jury
which meets at Columbus December 1.
The members of tho Lobdell Cy
cling Club aro requested to meet at tho
club room Sunday ovening at 0:80 and
attend tho meeting at tho M. E. church
in a body.
At tho weekly meeting of the Lob-
doll Cycling Club a resolution was
passed, giving tho use of tho club room
ono night each week to any lady ey
clists who would become members of
tho National L. A. W.
At Akron an interesting character
exercised his election privileges at tho
late election. It was John Darr, aged
80 years, who walked two miles to tho
polls. When a resident of Nilcs, O., ho
made tho cradle in which was rocked
William McKinley in his Infancy.
Mr. Harry Ogle has accepted a po
sition os shipping clerk in tho office of
the Leidecker Tool Company. -
It is reported that there is a deal on
between Capt. Booth and Fisher &
Green to trade tho. Marietta wharf
boat for tho steamer Argand. Capt,
Booth imrchased tho wharf boat short
ly after selling tho Liberty, but has
not been satisfied with being off the
river, notwithstanding tho faot that
the wharfboat is a paying institution.
Mrs. J. H. Gray loft with her child
ren Monday morning to join her hus
band at Franklin, Mass., where ho has
boon employed for tho past year.
The 6how that pleased them all
last season, "Mascot" up to Date, at
the Auditorium Noyember 10th.
Saturday's Portsmouth Times con
tained an interview with J. L, Larrl
beo, traveling passenger agent of tho
B. &.O. S. W., from which wo tako the
following, Which will bo news to many
people hero: "Mr. Larribeo further
said that numerous excursions would
bo run next year to Blonnerhassctt
Island. Tho owner, Colonel Gordon, is
going to put a half mllo raco track on
tho island, no will enclose It and have
races spring and fall. In the summer
bnso ball will hold carnival in tho
center portion and football will also
be a feature."
Reserved seats for "Mascot" at tho
Mariotta Book Store, Tuesday morn
ing. A telegram was received Monday
from tho Manager of tho Ohio Stato
University football team at Columbus
cancelling the game which was to havo
been played with Mariotta next Satur
day. Tho homo team and tho "root
ers" aro much disappointed, as tho
gamo was looked forward to with
groat interest Tho W. & J. want to
play Mariotta on the former's grounds
Saturday, but it is not yot definitely
settled whether tho gamo will bo
Monday aftornoon there come to
this eity from Parkersburg a young
couplo named Charles Taylor and
Laura VanMetre. Tho young lady was
but 10 j'oars of ago and the daughtor of
D. S. VanMetre. After procuring a
marriage license the couplo wcro
united in tho holy bonds in the office
of Probata Judge Rood by 'Squire B.
Judge W. B. Loomis was at Park
ersburg on business Monday.
Timothy Davis, tho veteran fisher
man who passed through this city a
few days ago trundling a wheelbarrow
to Wheeling as tho result of an elec
tion bet, is better off financially than
ho would havo beon had Bryan been
elected. Upon his arrival at Wheeling
ho was met by a big crowd who had
heard of his coming and was presented
with $100 in cold cash as a memento of
Tho Senior class of tho Collego will
banquet Wednesday evening at Braun's
Laugh, yes, you must, if you go
and soo "Mascot". '
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, of Worthington,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You havo a valu
able prescription in Electric Bitters,
and T can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
as a general system tonic it has no
equal."' Mrs. Annie Stohlo, 2G2.J Cot
tage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left her
and felt tired and weary, but six bot
tles of Electric Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strongth
Prieo 50 cents and $1.00. Gc.pa Bottlo
at W. U. Styer's Drug Store.
Would-bo VVhlto Cappors.
PARKEItSBURG, W. VA., Nov. 10. A
daring attempt at whitecapping oc
curred just below this city last night
and was luckily frustrated and tho
would-bo white cappers arrested and
safely landed in jail.
Tho names of the parties accused aro
Franlc Lawson, Lloyd Wolf, Luke Mc
Connell, Ellis Sams, and Richard Light
ner, that of their intended victim is
J. L. Fletcher, who resides near Blen
nerhassett P. O., and on tho O. R. R.
Saturday night a bunch of withes
was loft at Fletcher's house, accompan
ied by an anonymous note, stating
briefly that Fletcher must go to work
at once, or intimating that they, tho
mysterious writors of tho note, would
roturn and use tho withes upon his
Last night, at about 10 o'cloek, tho
above named men, all of South Side,
went to Fletcher's home, presumably
with intent to carry out thoir threat of
tho night before, if, as is strongly sus
pected, they or ono or more of them,
aro tho writers of tho anonymous and
threatening notico of the night before.
Ono of them was armed with a heavy
club, about three feet long and they
pounded on the door, nearly battering
it in, in their efforts to sccuro an en
trance. Fletcher was badly frightened
and refused to open tho door. Matters
were assuming a critical aspect, when,
fortunately, two of tho Johnsons
young men of that neighborhood, ap
peared on tho scene and proceeded to
take a hand. They soon put tho would-
ba white-cappers to flight.
Chas. Taylor! of Parkersburg, and
Laura Van Metre, of Marietta.
Georgo Whiston, of Sistersville, and
Nora B. Morty, of Marietta.
Arthur L. Mumford and Rotta Gib
son, both of Mariotta.
Cornelius Johnson and Carrie Mur
phy, both of Marietta.
Joseph B. Breckonridge, of Palmer
township, and Elizabeth Bipple, of
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chica
go, says: "I regard Dr. King's Now
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
haying used it in my family for tho
last five years, to tho exclusion of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I havo beon a Minister of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years
or more, and havo never found any
thing so beneficial, or that crave mo
such speedy relief as Dr. King's New
uiscovery. xry mis meal uough
Remedy now. Trial Bottles .Free at
W. H. tjtyor'a Drug Store
Knights of old crusaders who went to
conquer the world, could not hope to
succeed unless they were in virile, hearty
health. A man cannot face difficulties if
his stomach isn't in good dder. Dis
ordered digestion will make a sluggish
coward out of any man. It makes his
mind stagnant, and he cannot think
quickly enough to accomplish anything.
It makes his movements slow, and takes
all of the snap out of him. Every man
in business in America has a fight on his
hands just as tnuch as ever had beltei
knight. It is a matter of life and death,
just the same with him as it was with the
crusader. Indigestion and all the ills
that go with it, most frequently start in
constipation. That keeps all sorts of im
purities in the body, forces them into the
blood, and so deranges the whole system.
Constipation is one of the commonest
ills, and to it are traceable most of the
disorders that make people sick. Once
it gets a firm -hold on a man, it is most
difficult to overcome it. Temporary re
lief can be obtained in a thousand ways.
There are medicines on the market that
will help as long as you take them.
There is only one remedy that is a real
remedy that you don't have to keep on
taking forever. That is Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. The "Pellets" are
tiny, sugar-coated granules, mild and
efficient in their action. They effect a
permanent cure. You don't become a
slave to their use, as with other pills.
If you will send 21 one-cent stamps to cover
cost of mailing only, we will send ou free the
most useful medical book extant. This is Dr.
at the regular price. $i.w per copy. Address,
World's Dispensary Medical Association. No. 661
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
The Washington County Farmers'
Institute will bo held at Lower Salem,
Doc. 7th and Sth. A fine program is
arranged and good speakers will at
tend. Corno everybody.
By order of Executive Committee.
Electricity is the Wonder
' of the 19th Century.
We are now prepared to do all kinds
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.,
Oct. 10, 1 mo.
tt3yJ. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND
SUKGEON. Office and lcsidence E07 Sixth
street. Phono No. 211. Oct 21th-lni.
tSfLOST. In Marietta or on road from
Marietta to Barlow, a broche shawl. The find
er win be rewarded on lealng It at Leader
offlco or returning to Mrs. P.obt. Graham, Bar
aSiyWANTED Two gentlemen to board
and room, (only one room), Inqulro of Mrs.
Henry Leonard, Whlte's.Koad, near Putnam,
between Fifth and Sixth.
CST B, P. Hart M. D., Physician and Surgeon
Ofllco and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. 00. tl.Janl.'OO.
a-CHAS. S. HART, M. D., ofllco and resi
dence No. SOO Putnam streot. Ttlephono 209.
33DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist. Office In
Law Hnlldlng, rooms 7 and 8.
tSTDli. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
EST'DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between rront and Second.
tSTOa. E. F. EDDy, Dentist. Office 801
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
tSDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and nttlng of glasses. Law Building Putnam
KO-3. M. HART, Dentist. Offico over Wltt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
C3TMONEY to Loan. Apply at Room 8,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
SFOR SALE. A new house of n rnnma
with all conveniences on Sixth street, 8 800.
A good lot 15x180 feet on Fourth street. Sicon.
Some beautiful front lots on Talrvlew Heights.
A good 8 room house on Third street, above
Putnam. $3300. A Inrrrn 10 rnn hnnaann Wrtat.
Side, $2809. Some good lots in Putnam Place
Addition from 8100 to S300.
J. A. PLtrjinn & son.
Mills Building, C:rner Putnam and Second
KBTORSALE. 23 Lotson Emerson Heights
sub-division and six acres adjoining Corp. line
at low prices and easy terms.
20 Rosidence 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 now houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and see us If wanting to purchase pro
perty, oil lo ises for sale.
Waiid & Stone,
2'S Second Street.
Real Estato forSalo.
CEO. D. BDNDERtUND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE ONION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from 700 to
6 Vacant lots on Front street, f 150 to $50.
BLots on Elchth and Washington. .'!M tn
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, 1300 to 100.
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or ilonthlv nav.
10 Lots for sale m the Ohio Valley sub-dlrl-slon
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
8 Three-storv buslnegs hnusAa nn BVnnt. st
i iine loi on Tont street below wooster.
1 Hmifla of T Rnrnn ftnil Int. (Wr19ft taut. 1.
cated close to Second street on Montgomery a
a Bargain, (2.800.
Sense Medical Adviser. In
plain English ; a book or ioos pages, profusely
illustrated, the great expense of preparing which
has been covered bv the sale of 6S0.000 conies
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
wouiu m any store in
"best Egyptian JERSEY"11"
vua : i wrf
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 good in stock. Also
Yysilanti. Equestrienne Tights, Abdominal
Bands and Chest Protectors.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The largest assortment we ever had in stock
for Men, Boys, Ladies, Misses and children,
Prices lower than at any former time and
there is no reason why everyone should
not have a necessary supply.
Made by ourselves of
the best calico. The
A great quantity of every description awaiting
customers at lowest prices.
SEE OUR UDES' WRAPS.
1 72 Front Street.
We aro daily receiving new invoices of Cloaks and Jackets. We
can show you tho latest styles in Hough and Plain Cloths. We call
your special attention to tho following:
Ladies' Kersey Jackets, very sty
lish, at $7.50.
Ladies' Astrnclian Jacket, new,
just received, at $7.50.
Ladies' Plnsh Oape, trimmed very
stylish; special price, $6.50.
Wo aro offering some values in this department that are worthy
of your attention. See tho following:
Children's Union Suits, Egyptian
Cotton, all sizes, 25c per suit.
Children's Union Suits, extra hea
vy, lleece lined, all sizes, 50c.
Ladies' Union Suits, Egyptian Cot
ton', ileece 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.,
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. Good warm
heavy Shirts and
Drawers for Men at 25r.
good clean cotton and
price is selling them.
Ladies' Covert Cloth Jacket,
brown mix only.
Ladies' Kersey Cape, black and
tan, trimmed with velvet and
buttons; special price $5.00.
Ladies' Cheviot Cape, black only,
trimmed in braid, $5.00.
Boys' fleece lined shirts and draw
ers, Ecru and Grey at 50c each
Men's lleece lined shirts and draw
ers, Ecru and Grey, 50c each
1 lot Grey Merino shirts, 35c each
well known Oniota Union Suits
Wool. Also Children's Nazareth