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r ' 3 'ft Ml -i Up ,; ,'v . o Date Photography lo s always made crjsf) rfoo-te y'1 w.uc ThB.Marietta Picture Man. Get ready for 1806, with your new set of s, New Fresh Stock of the best line manufactured. You -need a new diary, our stock is yet complete. Bargain's in a few of the Xrnas Goods left over if bought soon. Marietta Book Store, Register Building. - Wall Papers! We invite you to call and inspect our new Spring Wall Papers which are arriv ing almost daily. We have the reputation of introducing the very latest designs and colorings mfde by the leading factories of the United States, and which consists of the celebrated makes of M. H. Dirge & Sons., The Robert Grams Co,, Warren, Fuller & Co., Wm. Campbell & Co , and many others. Prices lower than ever, at 5 cents and upwards. A lot of remnants at your own price. ' ' J. W: Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, 128 Front Street. Wholesale, Retail. Admired By All Is the new (9G a L 99 The frame tells the name! Highest of all High Grades. Finest finished Bicycle in the world. Look at it and see a bicy cle that is up to date in every re spect. On exhibition in the win dow of the Diamond Pants Co., Second. Street. 1 Speca Announcement: Two second-hand high grade wheels for sale at a bargain. Gall 'pn or address us. P. O. Box 774. Koerner & Richardson Ch.arles - IBlxime, JEWELER. UanU Block. - - Putnam St t A 6737 Choico Stock of Useful and Ornamental Goads. "Prompt and Personal Attention given to Repairing, Store closes at a p. m, except Saturday, ittaA&tf r f'' ' '-firw7 a Bill Book m w MARIETTA DAILY LEADER WEDNESDAY. FEB. 10. 1800 PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Little Trlxic. Mr. M. S. Islierwood is another of tlio many Gtstersvillians who will re move to this city. ' Nelson Reed, of Elba, who was ad judged Insane in Probate Court Monday was taken to the Athens Stuto Hospital Tuesday morning. The VI. V. M. S. of thoM. E. church will give an entertainment Thursday evening. t PliSari!f5tff8illfrf5PfdfyfWl'JuPi,?j fftJ?rStA? the bildB udreJljothlppiTrijipaajl. 'jyfj QjJj gppeareil before Council and explained John Welch, of Briggs, was""fined thaVVhe shortages Co'rrplulned'ofidri tho tSnnd costs bv tbn Mavor for disorder- supply bf natural gas 'for the' el6dtric by tho Mayor ly conduct while attending a funeral in this city recently. r-Chairmau I, R. Rose, of the Repub lican Executive Committee, was in tho city Tuesday. Mr. Charles Langenberg, of Bever ly, was a business visitor in tho city Tuesday. , Captain George B. Bartlott, of Wa terford, was in tho city Tuesday on a business trip. t A son was born Tuesday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kispert, Sixth street. . ir-AY'a,:o pleased to note the unmis takable favor with which the public has received the new drawing room car on the T. & O. C. Extension rrilway and tho continued patronage which is accorded it. Tho car came In Monday with fourteen passengers and the gen eral average is almost up to that figure. " Tho damage suit of Catharine Dauber ys. Jacob Ludwig was argued at length in1 Common Pleas Court Tuesday. Tho case was given to the jury in tho afternoon, but up to mid night a verdict had not been reached. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Van Metre re turned Tuesday from a visit to the lnt ter's mother, Mrs. Julia Applegate, of Beverly. Hon. Chris. McKce if Caldwell, was a business visitor in tho city Tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Couch and Mrs. E. B. Dyer returned' Tuesday to their homes in Charleston, W. Va., 'having been called hero by the illness of their Hith er, Rev. J. B. MoM aster. Traveling Passenger Agent Larra 'bee, of tho B. & O. S. W., was in U13 city on business Tuesday. Mr. Thomas Fleming left for Van Wert to attend the funoral of his sister, which will bo hold on Thursday. Miss Edyth Johnston loft over tho T. & O. C. Extension Tuesday after noon'for St. Louis. Mrs. Jennie Cavett wife of R. J. Cavett of Van Wert, Ohio, died at San Antonio, Tex.,Teb. 10th, wheroshehad gone for her health. She was former ly of Washington County and a sister of Thomas Fleming. Mr. B. Eveleigh has taken the agency for tho Bon Hur bicycle, and in a day or two ho will have a sample wheel in the window of tho Diamond Pants Co., Second street. Mrs. Ibaac Spaulding, who several years ago had a stroko of paralysis, and who since has been an invalid, died at 10 o'clock Tuesday night, at her homo on tho West Side. The funeral will occur Thursday afternoon. An alarm from box 13 shortly after noon Tuesday called tho fire depart ment to the Labellc hotel, corner Sec ond and Ohio streets. The joists in tho second floor oyertho office had caught fire from tho flue and were burned about half way across tho room. Tho blaze was easily extinguished, with only a fow dollars damage. The de partment made an exceptionally fast run. Mr. M. E. Detler, wifo and two children, of Bradford, Pa., arrived in the city Tuesday evening. Joseph Crossloy, a well known oil man of Maeksburg, suffered a stroko of paralysis Tuesday af tornoon. His on tiro right side was affected, so that ho could neithrr speak nor swallow. The Silver Star boys and a largo number of their friends had a great time last night, at Odd Fellows HalL Tho maskers were many, and tho fun they created was intense. Mr. Henry G. Bohl, who for a fow weeks has been ill and confined to tho house, expects to about in a few days. His doctor thinks ho can venture out next week. Mr. Elon Pennqck, a highly rc spoctod citizen of Fairfield township, died Feb. 14th, aged C5 years. ' Ho was burled in Layman cemetery. Attorneys J. C. Bronau and James Ross have been appointed by tho court to defend Asa Male, who was indicted for murder in tho second degree for tho killing of Michael Plckott. Henry Go rite, of Cincinnati, is a guest at the Bollevue Hotel, Uuclclcu'sAru en Salvo, Tub Best Saiwe in the world for Outs, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt Rhnum. Favor Sores. Totter. Ohannod Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hkln Eruptions, and positively cures Piles or no,pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfeot satisfaction, or inono.v re funded, Price 25 conts per box. For sale by W. H. Styer. Council Proceedings. Council met in regular session Tues day evening with olght me"inbar3 presJ ent. An ordinance establishing a stteot passenger railway to bo known as Route No. 2, requiring the completion of an electric aall'way lino within one year, was rend by the Solicitor. Upon motion the ordinance was referred to a commitreo of the whole, to meet Thursday afternoon at 3 p. in, A petition from' Kaiser, Gracey and Moore, requesting extension of pro posed street railway route No. 3 to in clude the West Side and "Texas" was referred to Council as a commltteo of tho whole. Tho matter of a sidewalk from tho railroad bridge to Front street was re nr mm Itlna nnil finlfstltnw wv,ViT,Uigiu), uuuvjuj,,,,, 'quia 01 MunngonReed, vo& thisiiMyoji Qps Cof ( plant boilers is due to tho fact that the, supply plpo from regulator on rear of city lot is too small. Upon motion tho Gas Co. was authorized to enlarge the pipe in order to furnish a sufficient sup ply of gas, tho work to be done at the company's expense. ' Tho report of tho Mayor for the month of January showed fines and costs collected to tho amount of S81; paid to the city $01.35; fines and costs worked out, S10; cash paid to city, $3S.3.-i. Tho Janitor's report for January. showed receipts for rent of City Hall for month 518 3, balance duo this date S118.50. FEED UPON SALT WATER. Counties r.lvhlgr Things) Thut Exist In the Depths of tho Ocean? The salts of the Hca have fed through out all time countless things which huo thronged its waters mid whose re mains now form the rocks of the con tinents or He spread in beds of unknown thickness over dG.OOO.OOO square miles of tho 143,000,000 square miles of the ocean's floor; they have lent the substance to build tile fringing reefs of tho land and all tho coral islands of tho sea, and there are at present, on the basis of an average salinity of Sy2 per cent., in tho 200,700,000 cubic miles of water which makes up the, oceans, 90,000,000.000,000.000 tons, or 10, 173,000 cubic miles of salt. This is sufficient to cover the areas of all tho lands of the earth with a uniform layer Df salt to a depth of 1,000 feet. It seems, says Popular Scienco Monthly, that the sea was made salt in the beginning as a part of tho grand design of the Creator to provide for tho cystem of evolution which bus been go ing on since the creation. Many dis tinct species of living organisms live in tho sea as a result of its salinity, and their remains have largely contributed to the growth of continents. Tho three groat factors in accounting for the sys tem of currents in the ocean, by which it becomes the great heat distributor of the globe, nio changes of tempera ture, the wjnds and salinity. The last mentioned becomes an important fac tor through the immediate and essen tial differences of specific gravity and consequent differences of level that it produces in different parts of the ocean through the action of caporation and lamfall. rrorocntlon for a Lnwault. There is a story told of a ery emi nent lawyer now no longer with lis, who once; while endeavoring to dis suade a friend from going to law, wns asked what ho would himself consider i.uflicient ground forre&ortingtolitigai tion. "'My dear fellow," he replied, "I do not say that under no coneeh ablo circumstances would I take proceed ings against anyone,-but I do say that if this moment you deliberately upset my ink on tho table, chucked my wife out of the window, threw that volume of reports at the bust of Dickens, 'made hay' with' my furniture and Anally tweaked my nose, I should, no doubt, use my best endeavors to kick you down stairs; but once rid of you, either by force or persuasion, no power on earth should induce me to bring an action against you." Associates of tho Shark. A small fish called the pilot is nearly always found With the man-eating shark. Each shark is, accompanied by from Ihc to seven (always by an odd number, it is claimed) of these little vassals, and while his sharkship seems to be incessantly looking for something wherewith to satisfy his voracious ap petite ho neier eats these little pilots, though they keep very close to him. Another frequent associate of tho shark is the remorn, or sucker flsh. Nature hasprovided itwitha large.clrcular disk on tho top of its head. By means of this "sucker" it attaches itself to tho under surface' of the shnrlc und is car lied by it wherever it goes. sonuY nn sfoke. She This wlno is over 60 years old. He Bottlo it yourself? N. Y. Her old. 1 The World's Fair Tests showed no baking powder so pure or so great in teav lining power as tho Royal. A WOMAN TRAVELER. St Ins Itlngr.ley Accomplished Mnch During llrr Journoy In Africa. Miss Kingslcy has explored the Came roon!) region, West Africa, and her nd enturcs proed both interesting and exciting. During 11 canoe journey up the Ogowe rier the canoe was upset nearly n. ilocn times and Aie intrepid lady explorer and her party of nutUcH were thrown into the water. But perhaps the most tllsagiceablc experience was encduntere'd In tho Fnngwo country. 'The Tangwes arc cannibals, and nro one of'thc few tribes hi Africa which cat their own (lend., The people were friendly toward Miss Kingsiey, hut oho had great tioublo In preventing them from killing and eating some of her servants. She did not come across one burial place in the Fawrwe country, but she found that in ruofct'qf the nultvemud huts pieces of.' Tilinuin Immiipr' iv6rfr'U,W Unf. InA , jib civilied Ix'Op'IcfKCep f resri irica't and-' other VatiibfcsMli HciHttrdes. 6hWc' occasion w'Hen-Miss KlngsIhy'Wab tllrn-J ing out tho echitcnts of a saclJ to try arid find out thoiorigin of a sickening smell, hands, feet, cj cs and other hu inan remains tumbled out on the 'grouud. Although Uiit remarkable lady slept often in the open air, was drenched with rain irmny times, and experienced almost very inriety of tcnipcratui", she oujoyd exce'ient health, and in tends lo leturn to West Africa in a. few wcckV time. ' ' AMUSING TRICK. With Which to Entertain at Little, Ex pense. A neat trick.'nffordlng considerable nmu-scrnent at little expense, dan be prouueed by causing n candle to burn while almost immersed in a tumbler of water. Tho experiment is as follows: Inseit a nail not too heavy in tho lower end of a short candle to older to make that end heavier, and p'ace the whole in aglnss containing enough water to reach the upper end o" tho candle without -wetting the wick. At first thought nothing seems stranger than to expect a candle to" be entirely consumed in such a situa tion; but it is simple enough. As tho candle burns it grows lighter and light er, and rises grndually ns it diminishes in length, so that the lighted end always remains above tho surface of the water. Moreover, tho outside of the candle, being coolcdwlll melt much more slow ly than usual, and tho ilnmo will make a little hollow in the center. This hol low place also helps in making the can dle float, and preserves tho wick from contact with the water. Thus tho can dle will continue to burn in its strange candlestick until the wick is entirely consumed. Your Eoy Wont Ulvo a Month, So Mr. Oilman Brown, of :U Mill St, South Gardner, Mass., was told by the doctors. Ills son had Lung trouble, following Typhoid Malaria, and he spent three hundred and sevnty-flvo dollars with doctors, who Anally gave him up. saying: ''Your boy wont live a month." Ho tried Dr. King's JCow Discovery and a fow bottles restored him to health and enabled him to go to work a perfectly well nrin. He sayj, he owes his present good health to tho use of Dr. King's Kow Discovery, and knows it to be tho bet in tho world for Lung trouble. Trial llottles Free at II. istyer's Drug More. A large assortment in stock. Keys fitted by an expert lock smith af Salzmi Machine Successor to D. P. Adams. W. P. MASON, GIVITL. ENGINEER, Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio. Surveys and Construction; Railways, Urldges, Foundations, SnwimAGi;. "P. USINESS LOCALS. C3TFOR SALE A bran new bicycle ,'Road ldne." Will soil at a great bargain. Address 7 Third street. Oeoime Wenuei.ken. 2TFOII SALE A convenient elfibt-room house, rlunibed for water and gas. Inquire at 52S Klfth fctreet, between Woosier and Wash ington. 86iyTO KENT A New House or S rooms In High School Lane. Apply at 181 Fifth St. f References required. ii t jayThoDnnaraoro typewriter may be had of FiW Tornor, this city, sola agent lor Washing. top county. e o d teff-poR SALE. Entire east half of Clock ISfWest'SWeriailctla, 100 feet on Knox St, 120 on Franklin, and 120 on Peail ht. Will sell as n wholo. Inquire of Dr. S. M.Hart, Wlttlig building, Front street. I3TDR. W. M. HART. DltSTIST. Ofllca 12 I'utnara St., between P.ont ond Second. JDB. r P, Enny, Dentist. Offlca 804 Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument, tarDir. GALLAGHER DIsease3 of the eye and fitting of glasses. Law Ilulldlng Putnam street. B-FOR SALE A fine residence on Sixth street below Wooster. Good house and lot on Hart street f 500. Desirable residence on Fourth street be twoen Putnam and Scammol streets. Good business fronts on Putnam and Second streets. Also a comfortable 10-room house on Wash ington street (or rent in a few days. It. . J. At PLUMEB & SON. IL Y u Shop. 11 Former El Greater than ever is the attractiveness of our stock of BLACK GOODS. The Fashion Authorities say "Black Goods" and every lady wants a good Black Dress. We ae showing a complete line of plain fabrics and j:;,r 'Elegant' .NoyQlies In Crepons and Mohair Effects. The beauty of" these new fabrics is irresistable and the prices beckon you to buy. The Richest of Trimmings Are shown in connection with these beautiful fabrics. All the new things you read about are here. Come and see them. 9 S. R. TURNER & GO: A Good All lady customers who purchase of us at any one time, goods amounting to $2.00 or over will be presented with one copy of the Standard Delineator for the month in which such purchase may be made. This is no ANTIQUATED publication that has been on the market for a half century or more and which is being rapidly relegated to the past for want of patronage, but is the finest monthly fashion magazine published in the United States". Each issue contains four hand some, colored lithographic plates illustrating the latest styles, specially designed, showing the popular materials and combination of col ors, and in addition, some sixty or seventy il lustrations of garments never before published which will be fully described. A full assortment of those popular patterns will be found in our stock at all times. .CHAS, 172 FRONT 'LATEST Improved Welsbach Incandescent Gas Light. FOR ARTIFICIAL kS AND Consumes only one-half as much gives twice as much L. D. DEVOL'S, Agent. . V Flour, Ilay, Straw, Corn, Oats, Mill time, wholesale and retail, i, Telephone Yes, we know we can say that for we have them and in a nicer variety ot styles than any one else in this part ot the state Our whole time and room is given to mantol grates and tile. We have been in this business for ovor five years and have made it our most careful study. Our prices are no guess prices but actual cost with merely a living profit. .Come and see our line; we like to show you our goods and can save you at least 20 per cent, in this line. Just give us a call and he convinced. H. A. Wagner & Bro,. 404, Third st 1 SiiasssI! I hsng! STEEET. gas as ordinary tip burners and light. See them at Feed, &c, fcc, on hand all tho at No. 139 Front street, No. 10G. Oil GAS. jl a ..3S " aacs?'.