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Free; at Otto Bros: Friday and Saturday, a Cup of WALTER BAKtR'S Delicious COCOA and a Beautiful Book of Recipes;
You are a difficult subject,
You have trled'oMier places and failed,
You nbyerhadagood photograph go to
Craig's for pictures and you will
run no risk in getting the best results.
The Marietta Picture Man.
Whew, but it has been hot I
How you have sweltered!
What do you do it for? "Wo
have just what you need in
the way of Spring Clothing.
Our stock of Spring and Sum
mer Underwear. Shirts, etc.,
and Straw Hats is as complete
.1 one as you ever saw. Prices
did you say ? Well they are
right ; none lower any where.
Did you see that nobby suit
go by just now V That was
the work of our tailors. They
know their business.
188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
Just received a choice selection of
Shirt Waist Bets, Belts. Sterling Silver
Souvenir Spoons and other Novel
ties suitable for
Easter and Wedding Presents.
Why is it that these goods we sell so low
And give our friends this splendid show?
We buy for cash and sell for cash,
Expenses small, stock always fresh;
And business done with cleverness.
This must succeed in every clime,
More proper in our present time.
Charles - JEttxuxie,
Bank Block. - - JPutnam St
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
People to try our
Latest Improved Foun
tain. Good Soda, at
J. W. Dysle&Co.,
Wholesale, " Retail.
128 Front Street.
THURSDAY. APRIL 23. 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Wo hare several great bargains in
second hand wheels, '03, '04 and '05
wheels at from $ SO to $75. If you want
an old wheel or a new one let us talk
with 'you. Wo handle the Fowler,
Sterling and Tcmplo lines. Best on the
market At Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner & Ripard$oi
Attorney Jay Belford was at
Macksburg Wodnesday on legal busi
A number of the eastern capital
ists interested in Itho proposed oil re
finery roturned home Wednesday. A
proposition will be drawnup immedi
ately and 'formally submitted to the
people of Marietta.
i Choral Society rehenrsal tonight.
Ladies at 7 o'clock and gcntlomon at
7M5. All lady singers of the city in
vited to assist in the May concert
Call at Wohrs & Son's on Friday
and Saturday, and try a delicious cup Of
Walter Baker & Co's. Cocoa. Served
There will bo a social at Chas.
Cochran's, in Dunham tovnshlp, on
Saturday, May 2d, afternoon and even
ing. Proceeds to go toward the erec
tion of the new U. B. church. ' All in
vited. The case of the Village of Macks
burg vs. 0. S. Gilchrist, who was ar
rested on the charge of assault and
battery for belaboring W. H. Phipps
with a blacksurfko whip, was triod to a
jury Wednesday. A verdict of not
guilty was returned, tho testimony
showing that Phipps while intoxicated
had applied vile and insulting epithets
to Mr. Gilchrist
Miss Bissinger returned home
Wednesday from Wheeling, where she
attended the wedding of Albert Luchs.
William A. Day is a purchaser of a
bran new Swell Special bicycle from
Will Schlaubach, acont.
W. G. Cunningham, tho popular
traveling salesman, is in the city.
Mr. Josephy, of tho Buckeye Cloth
ing Company, returned yesterday from
Constable J. H. Dye was at Elba
Wednesday serving writs of attach
mentvon a number of oil wells belong
ing to F. R. Rose & Co.
Tho Y. P. C. E. society of the" U.
B. church will give an ice cream social
at their, church, corner of Sixth and
Wooster streets, Thursday evening,
April 23d. All are invited;
The launching Wednesday after
noon of Capt. Steve Davis' new boat,
"Catherine Dayls," was witnessed by
quite a largo number of people.
Promptly at 2 o'clock the pins were
knocked from under the hull and tho
craft made a quick shoot down into tho
MuBkingum and became an amphibean.,
The soapy ways smoked like a battle,
and it was a royal sight to see the
shapely big hull glide into its element
and there ride as buoyant as a duck.
Into tb Is boat of Capt. Davis' has been
put the finest timber ever brought to
the city; we refer especially to tho fine
fir plank stuff soventy feet in lengih,
and brought all the way from tho
State of? Washington. We trust that
tho "Catherine Davis" may always
have as smooth sailing as was her
B. F. Ranger loft Wednesday on a
business trip to Nevada, Mo.
Died, Wednesday, April 22d, at the
County Infirmary, Charles Mcintosh,
aged 20 years. Ho had been ill for a
W. E. Caskey returned from tho
west1 Wednesday, haying been engaged
settling up the affairs of his brother,
who was killed recently by an explos
ion of dynamite at Cripple Creek, Col.
Mrs. E. E. Edgell, of Newport, is
visiting her brother, J. C. Beach, of
the West Side.
Before 'Squiro Guyton Wednesday
Louis Smith, of Coal Run, was ar
raigned on the charge of cruelty to an
imals. The charge was filed by the S,
P. C. A. and the offense consisted of
killing a dog. Tho defendant pleaded
guilty and was fined'$5 and costs and
sentenced to ten days In jail. The jail
sentenco is to bo remitted during good
behavior upon payment of fine and
James R. Hall was in Macksburg
yesterday, on business.
The dance given Tuesday evening
by the Lobdell base ball club was suc
cessful from both a social and financial
In 'SqUiro Guyton's court Wednes
day attachment bults were brought
against F. R. Rose & Co. by a number
of workmen. Tho amount alleged to
bo due is S272.69.
Raynald Lodge Jt of P. will have
work in the Knight's Rank at tho
meeting to bo held this evening.
Tho remains of Enos D. narden
wero buried Wednesday, tho funeral
havlncr been held Tuesday afternoon.
Interment was delayed on account of
the lato arrival of a sister of tho de
ceased. Colonel TomplcinB, a prominent at
torney of Fairfield, Ills., who was the
guest of friends in tho city a few
days this week, left for his homo on
Tho affidavit of Dr. W. W. Warren
was filed in Probate Court Wednesday
attesting tho recurronco of insanity of
Dora Rowland, of Newport township,
and application will bo mado for her
readmlssion o tlo Athens State IIos
pltftt She lias twice beforp been at
Atkenq for treatment, first in 1888 and
Bessie Nowoll, tho varloty girl
who was recontly burned at thoColum-'
bin thcatro at SIstcrsvllle. died in the
hospital at Wheeling froi4 tho effect
of her injuries.
At the corner of Front and Mont
gomery streets Tuesday night a biiggy
being driven by Chick Wilson was
overturned and badly smashed. Wilson
was thrown out 'and one of his ears
badly lacerated by coming In contact
with tho bricks of tho street paving.
Tho buggy was the proporty of Leo
Telegraphic despatches rotate tlie
arrest of tho Mayor and Council at
Nelsonvllle, O., beeauso they did not
appoint an bid soldier on tho pollco
force in pursuance of tho law passed
March 3rd. Wo have not seon the law
in full yet, but as wo remember the ex
tract it provides that preference bo
given tho soldier where fitness and all
things else are equal if there be an ap
plication. It applies to appointive of
fices and a violation is claimed in the
Mrs. James Creelman will return
homo from New York to-morrow.
Miss Nettio Elchmlller left tho
homoof her mother in Watertown
township Tuesday night and walked
to this city, a distance of 10' miles.
Early Wednesday morning sho pur
chased a ticket to Cincinnati and left
on the 0 o'clock B. & 0. S. W. train.
Miss Elchmillor is mentally unbal
anced, which explains her actions.
Sho was committed to Longvlew Hos
pital in 1803 and again on. January of
this year. H6r mother went to Car
thago last month and brought her
home. Wednesday morning as soon as
her disappearance was discovered her
brother camo to Marietta and wired
the authorities at Chlllicothe, who
took her in charge. She will bo
brought back hero to await process by
whichJsho may bo admitted to the Hos
pital at Athens.
Mrs. H. H. Lauck, of Newells Run,
has been very ill for tho past few days.
S. B. Kirby, tho well-known egg
dealer and commission merchant of
Marietta, was in the city yesterday.
Zanosvllle Times Recorder.
Master Roy Miller celebrated his
fifth birthday by giving a party to a
number of his little friends. Those
present wero little Miss Corlno Bohl,
Mary Hutchman, Cora Ledy, Mable
Boyle, Mildred Putnam, Florence
Storck, Winifred Jackson, Lucy Pat
terson, MammloMcCune, Hazel Crooks,
Zella Parlin, Mable and Margaret
Moore, May Boswbrth, Persie Rowe,
Clifford Grass, Royal Remloy, Marie
Haddox, Raymond Moore,- Roy Hennis,
and Mable Kelloy. Master Roy receiv
ed a number of handsomo presents.
Miss Dollie Cooper acted as governess
for the little ones.
Tho County Convention of the W.
C. T. U. will convene this afternoon at
1:30 p. m. in the First M. E. church.
An interesting program has been pre
pared. Mrs. Law will deliver an ad
dress on Thursday and Friday even
ings. The public are cordially invited
to all the meetings.
Tho young men of the German M.
E, Church, corner Third and Wooster
streets, will give a social this ThurS'
day evening, at tho church. Every
body cordially Invited.
Frank Rowland, pf Bell's Run,
says that he don't care if you do
"Hello, Pap!" at him now, for it is a
bouncing big girl and weighs ten
Wallace Ritchie, who lives west of
tho city about a mile and a half back
of tho residence of Col. T. W. loore,
was arrested by Marshal Parlin Wed
nesday afternoon on the charge of
stealing chickens. Ho was brought to
this city and lodged in jail to await a
hearing which willjrobably .occur Sat
urday. During tho last few weeks a
largo number of fowls have mysteri
ously disappeared from that neighbor
hood and Ritchie's arrest results from
suspicion fastening upon him. Whon
the arrest was made tho officer discov
ered a barrel and a large basket full of
freshly picked feathers at Ritchie's
house. Tho suspected man was reJ
leased only last December from tho
penitentiary at Moundsvllle, W. Va.,
where he was serving time for robbing
a store at Lebanon.
Hon. M. D. Follott left Wednesday
night for Washington city to meet with
tho Committee of International Law of
tho American Bar Assocla'tion, of
which ho is a member, to formulate a
report 'upon tho question of tho estab
lishment of an international court
James M. Hughes returned from
Butler, Pa., Wednesday evening. Ho
was accompanied by Mrs. Hughes and
their son, who will mike their homo
hero permanently in future.
t Charleys Fulkerson was arrested by
Marshal' Farjin Wednesday -tor drunk
enness. Tho Mayor listened to his
plea for an attorney and allowed him
to go out to hunt one. It is presumed
that ho is haying some difficulty in se
curing counsel, as ho hasn't showed up
H. F. Bole, a well known manu
facturer of oil well tools and supplies,
of Butler, Pa., is in tho city and will
romain hero two or three days. It is
within tho rango of possibility that his
plant may be removed tb Marietta.
The Y. P. 0, E. society of tho U.
B. church will giyo an ice cream social
at their church, corner of Sixth and
Wooster. ptrepls, Thfuriiday evening,
Aprils. AlHrolaTlted "
THg STAR 6P HC-pg.
"I had lost all
hope and gone to
!my father's to die,"
I said Mrs. Moug
I Evans, of Mound,
1 coryell Co., Texas.
"I cave birth to a
I baby a year ago, the
5111 ot June last,"
she adds, "and
seemed to do very
I wcu lor o or 9 aays,
1 and then I began to
feel very bad, try
I feet began to swell,
1 tny stomach was all
wronprnnd I seemed
1 to suffer with every
thing that could fie
borne. 1 was in bed
I 5 months and there
I was not a day that it
seemed 1 coma live.
IWe had the best
doctors that out
I country afforded. 1
! Every one that saw
I me tlioutrlit that I
(would never get
..-n11 T I, ail n.lni..
tion and pain in the heart, terrible pain in
my right side just under the ribs, terrible
headaches all the time ; a bearing down
sensation j a distressed feeling in my stom
ach all the time ; could hardly eat anything
nnd it looked as If I would starve. All the
time I would take such weak trembling
spells, and it seemed as if I could not stand
it. There were six doctors treating me
when I commenced taking your medicine.
I had lost all hope and gone to my father's
to die. I commenced taLing Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery and his 'Fa
vorite Prescription' together, and I took
them regularly until 1 felt as if life was
worth living again."
"I weigh more than I have weighed for
ten years. My friends say that I look better
than they ever saw me. The first two bot
tles did me more good than all the medicine
I had taken. My stomach has never hurt
me since. I can cat anything I want and as
much as I want, if you want to use this in
favor of your medicine, I am a living wit
ness to testify to it, and will, to anybody
who wants to know further of my case."
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.'
Geo. B. Sunderland, 233 Second Street,
Opposite Union Depot.
7 Houses on Front street $1,250, 1,700,
1,800, 2,000, 2,500. 3.000.
Second street SI. 700. 2.000.
12 Room House bolow Butler street
Third street, 0 Houses, $1,000, 1,200,
1,500, 1.S00, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street ?1,000, 1,800,2,300, 5,000
Fifth street $S00, 2,000, 3,000.
Sixth street S1.800. 2.000. 2.500.
Warren street S700, 800, 000, 1,100, 2,000
1 Fine Brick House, $4,200, lot ISO by
11 Good Houses on West Side, from
8700 to 3,000.
5 Vacant lots on Front street, $450 to
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington,
$300 to 400,
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, $300 to
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Month
50 Lots for sale in tho Ohio Valley
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a
3 Three-story business houses on
Front street at bargains.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below
1 Fine Lot on Scammcl street above
Geo.,B. Sunderland, Marietta, O.
Avoid the hurry and worry, the wear and tear
of life as far as you can. Buy your Wrappers
ready to wear. We show the
largest line in the city. Prices
from 50 cents up; all sizes
from 32 'to 44 inch bust.
Good material, good work
manship, good style--Come
and see them.
Take a look through our
The best 50 cent waist, the
best 75 cent waist, the best
dollar waist and the best
values in the finer goods.
All the new ideas in Collars and Ties.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
'QUE'ujl for 5vilUiJff
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Survoys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Seweraob.
'Tis Neat and Comfortable !
This store is Ilead quarters for Shirt Waists, and "Wrappers. Got
a royal' stock for you to select from. The best is never loo good for
our public, and we've got the best of each kind, and nearly all other
Good Time to Buy Now!
The Detachbles and Non-Detachable Shirt Waists from 50c to $1.50,
and a Lovely Line of the Misses Shirt Waist.
N. B. Beginning with this issue, we will give away to tho person
or persons presenting this Coupon at our Store, one of the Standard
Patterns described in tho Coupon below.
172 FEONT STREET.
No. 1. COUPON No. 1.
Upon tho purchase of goods to tho amount of one
dollar or more and the presentation of this coupon
you will be entitled to our standard Shirt Waist
Pattern No. 2957 for May.
CIIAS. JONES, 172 Front St.
ESDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
tSTDH. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office 80
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument,
S3TDR. GALLAGHER Disease? ot the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
-MILLINER OPENING.-Miss A. I!.
Henrilng will have a Summer display or Pat
tern Hats Thursday and Friday, April 23 and
FOR SALE A good horse and express
wagon at a bargain. Will sell one or both.
Call on or address Fred Moser, C20 sth street.
Apr 10 l-wk
3TFOR SALE. A first class building lot
40x180 located on Third St. betv e'en Washing
.ton arid Warren Sts. Enqulro at llflyj Put
J3TOR SALEEntire east hall of Block
13, West Side Marietta, 100 feet on Knox St.,
120 on Franklin, and 120 on Pearl St. Will sell
as a whole or In lots to suit. Inquire of Dr. S.
M. Hart, Wlttllg building, Front st,reot.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRUITS.
We will from now on handle one car-load of
Bananas each week. Port Llraon Ilananas,
the finest and best Savored Dananas in the
market. 8peclal prices by the bunch. Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit store., Putnam street,
Marietta, Ohio. Telephone 179.
tSTTOR SALE. Boarding house, IS'Pooms,
corner of Third and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
College property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations tothe city.
Almost any kind of property for sale, In the
city or country. Wabd & Stone,
25 Second Street.
roil SALE. An 8 roomed bouse on Third
Street near Putnam, Kiooo, A good business
block on Fronl, below Butler. Business fronts
on Second between Putuam and Greene from
t50 to 100 per foot. Two residences on Wash
ington near Third. $25,000 and (3000- Building
iut on nun near wooster. ana one on wusn
lngton strent. A large 8 roomed brick resi
dence on Third Street, with full city lot 3500.
Lots on upper Front J300. A o roomed house
on Washington Street,
J, A Plumeii & Son,
Corner Putnam and Second.
1 or 6 blocks' ranging from 125 to 800 acres
each near Big Run and Briscoe wells that I
Also for sale 1 farm of lis acres on Ohio
River miles north of Parkersburg. 1 farm of
100 acres on Ohio River B miles north of Park
ersburg, both tracts garden and melon land.
Also the New Port and Vancluse Ferry, Fran
cblae, boats and Stf acres land onW.Va. side
all upon reasonable terms. Address,
S. S. Stoke, Vienna, W, Va., on O, R. R.
0 0) c
Wall Paper Cleaner!
A perfect compound for cleaning Wall Paper,
Kalsomine and Frescoes. Removes all
smoke, dust, etc., and makes the
paper bright as new. Con
tains no Poison.
Sold Only at
Putnam Street Drug Store.
Burpee's Seed Grow
and true to name Just What You Want. Large Stock of
Burpee's Vegetable and Flower Seeds and Bulbs at
L. D. DEVOL'S,
Call for Catalogue.
, Phone No. 106.
March 8, Wed & Sat & Wk
139 Front Street,
Is our stock of (Mantels and Tile.
Also Fireplace Trimmings.
We have now the most complete
line in this part of Ohio. Just call in
ahd see, and let us show you our
line and quote prices.
H. A. Wagner & Bro.s 404 Bird st
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