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remedy for sick and nervous
headache. Recommended by
physicians. Prepared and
Beagle & ."L.ytle.
Druqgfcts. Onp. Court House.
0J W. (J. WAV, W It .STYICK,
SJ i-rcK't. Vlro lrH'l.
G1IAS. II NI'.WTON, Tronn.
DIME SAYINGS SOCIETY,
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MONEY LOANED on Real f
LEstuto, Govornmont, or (i
Municipal Bonds. n
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Bml Estate jur sun.
Coffman & Palmer Room G, Mills
Building, Phono No. 454, have for sale
2 good lots In Norwood, $500 each,
somo good lots on Virginia Avenue,
250 to $400 each. A modern brick
plan't $G,000.00 or will trade for other
property. A modern 8-room house In
flno location out of high .water on
West Side, $3,300.00. A lot on Post
fctreet, 23x70 to lease, also several good,
uuaiiHiia ijiul'ks aim line residence
property In all parts of the city from
51,000.00 to $12,000. Come and see us
of Phone us before you buy.
Coffman & Palmer,
Room G, Mui3 Building.
A now five room house on Matthews
street, $1200. Two new four room
houses on Wayne street, $1000 each.
A new three room house with water
and gas on Eighth street, $700. A flno
eight room house with all modern con
veniences on Scammel street near Sec
ond $4500. A seven, room house on
Putnam Avenue, $2100. Several fine
lots on the West Side, $500 each.
Real Estate Agent,
Offers the following bargains in
city property. Ten houses, 3, 4 and 6
rooms, size of lots from 20x90 feet to
45x180 feet, prices from $650 to $1100.
Eighteen houses, 5, G and 7 rooms,
size of lots 40x90 to 45x180, prices
from $900 to $3000. Twelve houses, 8,
9, 10, 11 and 12 rooms, size of lots 45
by 180 feet to G0xl80 feet. Prices
from $1800 to $S000. These properties
are in all parts of the city. We also
have some good farms for sale. Call
on or address. PRANK PANHORST,
No. 122 Putnam street. Marietta.
Ohio. Phone 102.
Goo. II. Sumlorland, IIenliiartai-H for
Ileal KHtnto, opposite Union Depot, Dlurl
tstta, can accomodate any ptospectlve pur
chaser In anythlnc ho wants whether city
property or farm land. Good residence prop
erty In all parts of Marietta for sale at bar
gains. Iluslness locations and farm property
of all kinds, have 100 lots wblch I can offer
on the Installment plan at most favorable
prices. If you want to buy or se.l or exchange
real estate you should not miss calling on
Sunderland. He can give you exactly' what
you want and make the terms to suit the pur
rhaser ""'"tihnue': Office. 47 residence. 238.
A lot 63x180 on Front street, between
Washington and Sacra Via.
A double house on Front street, lot
35 by 90. A six room house on Second,
lot 45x180. A six room house on Fourth
etreot, lot 45x180.
One slnglo and one double house on
Fifth street, lot 65x180.
Ono four room house on Montgom
ery, lot 45x180. Also other city proper
ty. Inquire at Sheriff's office.
REMOVAL OF OFFICE.
I havo moved my office from No. 125
Putnam street to the opposite sido of
tho street, No. 138 Putnam street, oh
the ground floor, where I shall contin
ue to offer bargains In real estate, and
to write first-class life, fire, marine,
live stock and all other kinds of in
surance If you havo real estate to
poll, I will find a purchaser for It; If
you want to buy, I have property that
will suit you.
HANNOLD & HART,
Real Estate Hustlers.
Office: Corner Front and Putnam Bts.
Wntoh tins' Spa o lor Speoials.
Fifty Lots in Williamstown
Now Modern 5 room House Up
per Front Street, $1,500. A poi d
43 acre farm, crop, 2 hones, 1
cow, 1 hog, new farm implements,
good timber, Qouso'and Barn etc ,
will trade for city property.
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CON1AININO NEITHER ALCOHOL
Diseaso with Medicine.
If the medicine is not right,
he can not conquer disease.
If the druggist does his duty
the medicine will be right, and
your doctor will stand a fair
chance of winning the vic
tory. You can help your doctor
by having your prescriptions
PUTNAM STREET DRUG STORE,
No. 124 PUTNAM STREET.
Your Own Home Doctor
First, Last and All the Time.
Of Impllct faith we off hear tell,
But confidence makes no one well.
With nurses' care and doctors' skill
A life is saved when faith might kill.
A peddled book, an almanac,
Cheap advice from a traveling quack,
By accident a cure may make
Or kil by some tom-fool mistake.
Your own physician first call in
And pin your faith smack-dab to him.
Pin it there with the spike of hope,
Drive It home with a ten spot note.
If your homo physician's skill Is spent,
You might as well put up your tent,
Vamoose, skedaddle, take a sneak,
And call upon dear old St. Peto
How can a hook, an almanac,
A corner fakir, fiddling quack,
Make a cure, when a graduate
Must bow to the Inevitable fate ? '
Bo wise In tho choice of your physi
cian; he Is your greatest benefactor;
and bo not otherwise in the selection
of your druggist.
Yours for business,
127 Greene street. Phone 53.
WILL S. RICHARDSON,
Tho Cut-Rate Druggist.
Tho Sliito l)yo WnrkH
Has removed to No. 4 Tiber Way,
Riley Block, where they will be more
thoroughly equipped than ever to han
dle all kinds of wearing apparel, car
pets, rugs, and tapestries. Four years
of successful operation and growing
trade in Marietta testify to tho quality
of their work. Ladles' Ball and Eve
ning Dresses dry cleaned quickly and
thoroughly without odor or shrinkage.
Gentlemen's fine suits cleaned most
succesfully. Clothing of all descrip
tions dyed In any desired shade.
Pressing and repairing on short notice.
NO. 4, TIBER WAY.
Sept 1, till Jan. 1, 1901.
The Marietta Daily Leader.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1900.
FRUITS AND CONFEGTIONERY.
Concord Grancs. 8 lb. baskets at lOo
Bananas, fi and 10c por doz.
All kinds of Fancy Fruits.
Candy 10 to 50o por pound.
Nutsof ovcry description.
Caullflowor and Etrc Plant. Fresh
supply ovory week.
232 Front streot, Mariotta, Ohio.
BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIG
... MANyPAOTUHED BY ...
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
HTiVOTE THE NAME.
Get your tickets for tho High School
Lyceum course. Six high grade enter
tainments for $1.00 or $1.60 including
reserved Beats. Holders of season tick
ets may lia'vo their teats reserved to
morrow and Monday at the Corner
Personal Paragraphs and Pertinent
"SI Plunkard" at tho Auditorium,
Mr. U Levan left yesterday for hjs
homo at Parkcrjburg to vote.
Dr. Ballard returned yesterday
from a business visit to Parkersburg.
Attorney A D. Foltett vti5 a bu-il-
noss visitor at Parkprsburs yesterday
'Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCalllster
returned to Columbus yesterday after
Mrs. Emma Ranger moved yester
day from 712 Front to 813 Second
Messrs 11. C. and O. B. Vincent
v.ere at Vincent yesterday to cast the i
votes at home.
Charles McCluro returned to Cin
cinnati yesterday to resume his studies
Tho friends of Mr. D. S. Nye will
bo sorry to learn that his condition
shows no change for the better.
'Mr. L. L. Peddlnghaus left yester
day afternoon for New York to buy a
stock of jewelry for the holiday trade.
Mr. George Ermllch left yestenUy
morning for Cincinnati, where he ha3
accepted a position in a milltarv band
Mr. Henry B'ckcrt moved hid
household goods yesterday from Meigs
street to the corner of Front and
JMiss Amelia Gross, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. William
Blohm, leturncd to her home at New
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Barthalow,
who made a bhort visit with Mr. and
Mrs. G"orge Blake, returned to Colum
bus yestoiday afternoon.
Don't fall to see tho Burlesque
street parade made by the J. C. Lewis'
Si Plunkard Company's hand today at
2:30, p. m., on Front street.
Mr. John K. Payne, '98, of Mariet
ta College, of Knoxville, Tenn., came
in yesterday morning from Boston,
and will remain several days.
Tho receipts for the Auditorium
for tho month of October wert $480,
the largest monthly rental since It
was remodled about six years ago.
Mra. M. L. Williamson returned
ycstercij afternoon from an exU'tuhl
visit at Bartlett. She was accompa
nled by her mother, Mrs. A. J. Dun-
Mr. A .B. White, the Republican
candidate for Governor of West Vir
ginia, returned to Parkersburg at noon
yesterday after a short business visit
mo uiiy uransier uo. Drought a
stationary boiler for the Muskingum
Valley Fertilizer Co., from Pomeroy
arriving yesterday after being on the
road four days.
Messrs. R. K. and J. B. Thorniley
left yesterday for Columbus from
where they expect to go to Murphy,
North Carolina, to remain about three
weeks on business.
Both Police and Firemen are sell
ing tickets for balls for their respect
ive departments and it Is understood
that in the near future, the gentlemen
of the Marietta Electric Department
will Isuue tickets for a grand banquet
to bo given at their new power house.
Their object is to raise funds to pur
chase periodicals and religious tracts
to be presented to the Police and Fire
men to raise their moral and religious
standard to the plane of the Electric
Department. The tickets .will be $5.00
Three River Thieves Who Were Locked
Up In the Cily Prison.
(Marshal .1. If. Dye canturod .Tamos
KIndIo and Edward Wilson, of Bev
erly, and Archie Perkins, of West Vir
ginia, three badly wanted Junk thieves
near the Bellovuo vesterdav mnrninir
and placed them in the city prison.
During the absence of officer Wrlcht
who was pent on an errand by the
Mayor, and scarcely two hours after
being shut up, they were missed from
io cell. Upon examination it was
found that they had broken a hole
about a foot snuare thrniiD-h thr.
floor and to havo dropped into the
dungeon liplow. Then by prying a
board off a door, they were able to
ako good their ecape.
Marshal DyB Wa notified and start
ed In pursuit, but failed to recapture
them. rhey wcro.-een cnlnir tlirnnirii
Oak Grove cemetery and toward Duel:
Creel; bridge, and It Is supposed they
crossed the rher at Waverly.
The Pittsburg Safety Water
Column, the safest of all safe
guards, sold by The Marietta
Call at the Up-Town
Newsstand for your
Ladies' Homo Journal.
Argosy, Aiuslecs,'Succoss, &c.
Wo also gut dnily Hearst's Chio
ngo American, Chicago Tribuno,
and Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Wheel
ing and Columbus papers.
Chicago Sunday Papers at 7 p. m.
S00TT S? WARD,
231 Putnam Streot.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for iinv P.1.P nt f'ltnrrl, Hint ,-.
not ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
!'. J. I'UHNEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Wo. the lllidnvsljrnoil Vinvo lmnu.n v
J. Cheney for tho last 1." years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
liUFlne'-s transaction., nml nnmminiitr
able to carry out any obligations made
uy inuir iirm.
WM & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Waldlnir. Ktnnnn "VTnrvin wimin.
sale niugRlm, Toledo," 0.
Hall - Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, actlnc directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Who are suffering from a s vere attack of over confidence
in the elect on of McKinley, will find instant relief by using
We will sell you any piano or organ in our large stock at
regular price, to be paid for immediately after election. If
McKinley is elected, you pay us regular net price either in
gold or silver. If Bryan is elected, we will take 60 per cent,
of the price, dollar for dollar, if paid in gold; or two dollars
for one if paid in silver.
This formula has been trfed by one good Republican and
he bears witness that he is relieved by a growing desire for
Going to CleY3land.
The Mariotta fool ball team is
scheduled tl play the Western Reserve
eleven at Cleveland on next Saturday,
and tho boys aie getting in shape for
the ecnt, which is most likely to
prove ery interesting.
One week from Saturday the boys
are to meet Kenyon on the gridiron,
and this, tco, piomlses to bo a hard
fight. It will bo intere-tlng to know
that the Western Reserve and Kenyon
teams played a tie game last Saturday,
with the score 0 to 0.
Victory lit I.nsl.
For ten long yeare I was a sufferer
with kidney dyspep-iia and rheuma
tism disease. I treated with many Co
lumbus doctors; took patent medicine.
No results whatever until I discovered
and took ONE bottle of DENN'S
SURE, SAFE and SPEEDY CURE. In
three days I threw down my crutches.
Ordinary cases cured in one day.
Orly 25 and 75 cents at A. J. Rich
ards and W. H. Sty'i s. Samples free.
Acme Brick Go.
The stockholders of tho Acme Brick
Company held their annual meeting
Monday night In the office of Campbell
& Clark and elected tho following
Board of Directors for the ensuing
year: E. Clark, Jr., X. Moore, h. D.
Shryock, W. H. Eblnger, J. M. Wil
liams, D. S. Boyle, W. H. H. Jett,
Charles Mcrydith and A. I-. Gracey.
The board elected E. Clark, Jr., Pres.
D. S. Boyle, Vice Pros., and Ella J.
I-ee, Sec'y and Treas.
Genesseo Pure Food Co., he Roy, X. Y.
Dear Sirs Some days slnco a pack
ago of your GRAIX-0 preparation was
left at my office. I took It homo and
gave It a trial, and I have to say I was
very much pleased with it, as a sub
stitute for coffee. We hare always
used the best Java and Mocha in our
family, but I am free to say, I like the
GRAIN-0 as well js the best coffee I
1 A. C. JACKSON, M. D.
All persons desiring Unitarian lite"
aturo may obtain the same bv address
ing Miss Cella Palmer, 10GV. Seconl
street, or Miss Mattle Monroe, 407
"This is too much, John, I won't
stand it any longer. Tomorrow I leave
for my mother's, unless you get me
more Rocky Mountain Tea." Sensible
Ask your druggist.
This afternoon at 3 o'clock tho an
nual meeting of tho Board ofManagers
of tho Womens Home will be held at
the residenco of Mrs Laing.
Cures dizzy spells, tired feeling,
stomach, kidney, and liver troubles.
Keeps you well all the year. Rocky
Mountain Tea taken this month. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
Wtmturn lliiti-s lti'iliici'cl,
Greatly reduced1 one-way and round
trip second class rates will be In effect
from Chicago via Wisclnsin Central
Railway, to points in Minnesota.North
Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon,
Washington, and British Columbia
each Tuesday during October and No
vember. For detailed Information inquire of
nearest ticket agent, or address
Jas. C. Pond, Gen. Pass Agent,
Oct. 17 Wed, Sat Wkly.
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Will the Times please copy ?
IK TJ IDT T IE IR, !S!
Carries a full line of Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition,
Hunting Coats, Vests, Cartridge Belts and everything you
need for the hunting season.
Give us a call.
The Big Four Cycle Co.,
Both 'Phones, No. 156
No. 1 Front Street. Marietta, Ohio.
BAKER & UHRHANE,
Window Shades, Etc.
Lowest prices in the city.
We also make a specialty of fine upholstering,
on all kinds of work cheerfully furnished
203 Second street, Riley Block.
Jl I VRNi
A GOOD TIME
To purchase an umbrella is
before it rains, so as to be
sure and have one when it
Is a few dollars invested in an
umbrella compared to a ruined
frock or suit? We have
natural wood, thorn, pearl,
ivory and sterling silver
handles, with a fine silk cover,
at prices that are sure to sell
PIONEER JEWELRY STORE,
D. U. ANDERSON & CO.
To the Ladles.
Wo havo just received 1000 pairs of
high grade Fall samples of Ladles,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, and will
sell them at very low prices. Stop and
look at them. Thels Shoo Co., Put
nam Street. Wed.Oct. 11-tf.
High School Lyceum tickets are go
ing 'with a rush.
Special sale of Millinery Goods now
joins on at the 3eo Hlvo, 16S Front