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H. Souvenir Can of Baker's Cocoa Free at Otto Bros. Friday and Saturday This Week!
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lURIETTA. DAILY LEADER
rci Established usi.
ji 4nOBB m. cooke, - bditoh.
mmU W. LAN8UiV, ASdOCIATK.
,'PBbltehod overy day xcopt Sunday, at the
Leader Building, rutnam Street and
niusKiugum a venue.
SATURDAY. APRIL 20, 1806
We will consider It a groat favor If
ftubacrlbors will report any failure
tqret tholr Lendor, orany oaroloss
ness on the part of the carrier
Subsorlbers will please nut pay
the carriers unless the carrier
punches his credit tag In subscrib
" Of tho United State.
ltcpiibllcnn State Ticket.
JPor Secretary of State.
GHAHLES KINNEY, ol Scioto Co.
JTor Judiro of tho Supremo Court,
MAK3UALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co.
3?ot Food and Dairy Commissioner,
tnavDITT1 llT.AnrnTTRV nt llnlmnnt. Pft
I For Member Board of Public Works.
. FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co.
Tor Congress, 15th District,
II. C. VAN V00KHIS, of MitsUn:
i Editor Leadeh: riease announce the name
of Georgo A. Shapley, of Grandvlow, as a can
didate for the office ot Sheriff, Mibjcct to the
will of Convention. His Fim.Nns
.Editor Ieadeh: Plerso state in the Leader
that Christopher J. Pfaff, of Adams township,
. will be a candidate before tho county conven
1 tlon for the office of Sheriff. Votchs.
Emion Lkadku: Will you Itlndly an
jiounco that tho undersigned will be a candi
date for tho omco of Sheilff, subject to thowlll
of tho Republican convention to be held In
May. Jons S. McCalusteii.
Editor Leader: Please announco in
your paper that tho undersigned will be a
candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing
ton County, subject to tho will of the Republi
can County convention to be held May SGth.
.Editoh Leader: Please announce that the
undersigned will be a candidate for Sheriff,
snbject to the will of the Republican county
convention, MayiCth. Koscoe Wolctt.
.Editoh Leader: The county west of the
Muskingum river not having had a Sheriff for
twenty-live years, we thlnlc it In order to an
nounce the name of G. R. Goddard, for the
office, subject to the vote of the delegates in
Kepubllcan county convention May 2Cth.
FAMOUS FOR THEIR SIZE.
JTredcrlca Ahrcoei, a German woman
rtvlio lived in Paris, weighed 350 pounds
(When only four years old 'and 450
j pounds at 20 years of age Mr. Laurent
tells of a Parisian boy who weighed 10-i
pounds at the age of four.
' A man named Essex, who died in the
reign of George Ilf., weighed 61G
pounds, lie died when 30 years old, and
tthe stairway and the side of the house
lad to be taken out to removehim. He
was lowered into the grave by an en
gine. An Essex grocer named Bright lived
to be 20 years old and 'weighed at the
time, of his death 010 pounds. Philip
3Jason, of JlcJiimouthshire, is reported
to have the following surprising di
mensions: Wrist, 11 inches; waist, 72
i inches; calf, 25 inches, and chest, CO
In the "Philosophical Transactions"
;for 1813 there is a description of a girl
(j of four years v ho weighed 25G pounds.
,'' ,Dr. Ellison tells of a child who died
t ( -vrnen one year oiu ana weigueu .u
ti 'pounds. A Air. Pell, of Lincolnsmre.
'tipped the scales at 500 pounds ami is
jsaid to have been buried in three cof
1 j iins.
' In the DictLonairc des Sciences Med-
jicales there is an account of Marie
. Francoise Clay, a Parisian beggar, who
J idled in 1S0G. Her waist measured C2
inches and her head was almost hidden
by her enormous shoulders. She had
' ' .to sleep almost upright, being afraid
( ,to lie down for fear of suffocating.
J Lovelace Love, an Irishman, had a
j ' coffin seven feet long, four feet broad
, and 34 feet deep. Benjamin Bower
.weighed only 470 pounds. Gunz, aGer-
' anan writer, mentions a young, sylph-
"i Oike lady of his acquaintance, who
1 S.veiehed 402 pounds. Dorothy Collier,
I So. north o England mat) on, tipped tho
scales at only i&6 pounds.
' , . NEW THINGS IN MEDICINE.
tt A report comes from London that a
"bacteriologist named Czajikowski has
discovered a microbe which may bo the
'cause of roeasels. He found it in the
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j I blood of a patient that was suilenng
!! JErgm the disease.
will be shocked to read tho, report of
(the superintendent of tho Burglill
'asylum, England, ne states that the
Jinstitution contains more inmates with
"cider history" than oil other classes
of patients combined.
A curious fact has been observed in
the case of a man who died of delirium
tremens. It was ascertained that the
jEkull contained alcoholic vapor. A
ismall opening made in tho skull soon
jafter death permite tho vapor to es
,cape, when it can be ignited, and burns
Jwith a bluish flame.
The, Berlin Pharmaceutical (society
(has established a central office for ex
rtending tho world's knowledge of pol
sonous and healing plants, and they
jcxpect to receive, reports from all parts
of tho world on "botanic, chemlc and'
ipharmaoolo&lcal discoveries in plants
ot a healing or poisonous nature."
A brand-new 'disease hsa just been.
jreportcd from England. They call it
Bcnimpox. It is found among footbollj
. players, and the first outbreak of itoc-
t; tenrred ntnonfj the players oi WeUtag-
" .lion college. It is a form of skin dis-
""' lease, and the college medical officer!
' paamea it football impetigo. Ihc isr
' Jse-uBnaUyatiackB the face and eoiae
IN THE OIL FIELDS.
There aro no new developments at
tho Thompson well on tho Rlleyfarm
at Cutler further than stated in Fri
day's Leader. It is now thought tho
oil was struck in the Big Injun sand,
though homo experienced operators
think it is a strayi Tankage is being
erected and as soon as a packer is re
ceived tho woll will bo drilled in. It is
still flowing salt water and oil and exj,
Messrs. C. E. Thompson, of Toledo,
and Ed Clark, of llucyrus, two of tho
gentloraon interested in the lease, are
in the city and will remain several
days. It is their first experience in the
bil business. - m
Ever since wo Inadvertently publish
ed a poem in which we stated that o
had a tired fooling, our mail has been
composed chiefly of patent medicine
circulars of nostrums guaranteed to
drive it away. As we had seveial
friends who havo beeif drilling dry
holes in West Virginia all winter, and
havo the diseasj badly, wo shipped the
entire bundle to them, and expect a
shower of blessings to 'fall upon us.
Wc feci as happy ocr our deed as the
good man who has jnst shipped an
uls,tcr to the missionaries for use on
the negroes in Ashantee.
Tho company owning the late Jacobs-,
burg well do not intend abandoning
their territory without one more at
tempt to woo fickle jade. Fortune, in oil.
They have made a new location not
far from Businessbuig, on the classic
waters of Pipe creek and vt ill begiu
worl: as soon as the rig can bo rebuilt
on the now location. Somo oil was
found in tho well drilled on the Tip
Warren place and it is possible that a
pool exists nearby. Since tho Roger
son strike back of Moundsvillo oper
ators are loath to abandon any terri
tory in that section. Tho new Busi
nessburg well is not over four miles
on an air line.
- The' rig builders begin work today
for tho well on the Jackson farm south
of town. Leasing is very active in
that region and far larger sums arc be
ing paid for them than any reason
W. L. Mellon's leases at Beallsville
are all being returned and as our es
teemed Beallsyille correspondent re
marks, "there is something rotten in
Denmark." We rather think that it
must be that there is no oil there.
Two contractors, two crews of men
rigging up, two strings of tools on the
ground and the constable on hand to
keep order, was the lively state of af
fairs on IIcuscl No. 7 a day or so. It
seems that in some way, two parties
had gotten claims on tho contract and
the chances are that a fully developed
law suit will result.
Galey Bros. & Sparks have shot their
No. 1 on the Calcbaugh but haye not
put it to pumping yet The same com
pany have the 10 inch casing in their
No. 4 on the same lease.
At Crooked Tree in Noble county
Dillon & Williams havo what promises
to be a paying producer. With one bit
in the sand the well began to flow and
the excitement is high in that region.
On the Wells tract in Wetzel county,
the Kanawha Oil Co. have just finished
a dry hole somo little distance from
their venture of last winter. On Little
Fishing creek a small well has been
found on the Cook farm.
In the Cow Run pool back of MoundE
ville, Johnson, Dorsey & Co. have com
menced to spud on the Otto farm and
thcMcCarty venture is well under way.
The Standard have almost completed
their pipe line from the Moundsvillo
field to Glendalo and shipments will be
gin thisweek. Woodsfield Spirit
First M. E. Church. The Odd Fel
lows of Marietta and Gnttenburg
Lodges will attend the 10:30 a. m. ser
vice, and the pastor will deliver a ser
mon appropriate for the occasion. At
7 p. m. a class of probationers will be
received into full membership and an
address delivered by the pastor. Spec
ial music. The public invited.
Unitarian. Morning subject: "Our
Discouragements Frequently the
Strongest Reason Why We Should Not
Falter." Evening: "The Uonest Man
on the Other Side of the Question."
Services as usual at the Presbyterian
Church. Morning subject: "The Les
sons of Spring." Evening: "The Best
Baptist Morning, "In the Begin
ning God." Evening, "What Should
German M. E. Morning, "Religious
Worship." Evening,' "David and Me
phlbosheth." The County School Examiners will
meet in the public school building tho
25th inst., for the examination of ap
plicants for certificates. Beverly Dis
patch. A big row occurred at Waverly
Thursday as a result of a competitive
war being waged between tho speak
easy proprietors. Three oil men, said
to have been acting under the direction
of a speakeasy proprietor, smashed tho
windows in the drugstore of C. A.
Selgfrled, who promptly attacked the
two and drove them away, inflicting
upon one of them several severe
Try Superior Sugar Corn If you wont
Damaging Testimony Offered by
Cocaine tfound in the Stomach of the
Mart Stnltln on tlio Vnlino of tho fsnmo Na
ture as tho Soil Where tho Ilmty Wan
Dlncovcrcd How tho Shoo Wuro
Filially 'lraccil to OrecncnUlo.
Newport. Kv., April 21 Friday morning
tho cross-oxamlnitlon of Allen Johnson con
tinued. Tho dcrenis failed to brcaK down tho
testimony wherein Jho colored porter said
that Pearl Uryan was nt WalllnRlord's saloon
with Jackson on thunlRhl'bcforo tho murdar,
Mrs. Hryan was recalled umlspoWent Pearl's
confiding ntturo and Inexperience In tho ways
of tho world.
TBo prdseoution put I. D. Poocl;, tho Now
port shoo dealer, on tho stand I'oosk stated
thtt ho merely Itnew Scott JicUson whsn he
saw him. "I was prosent In Col. Diction's of
llco Tobruary 0 and hoard bcotl Jackson say,
'Shall I toll It th my own words?"
"I object," exclJlmed Col. Crawford. "I
supposo wo nro now to hear a supposed con
fession. It must llrst bo shown thnl such a
confession as voluntary. 1 can show j ou tho
section In tho first drccnlcaf "
Tho book was sent for, and handed to Attor
ney Crawford. When ho found Section SI9 ho
read In subtnnco. "i:ldonce must bo ad
dressed to the JuiUo to prove lint confession
Inn third party's presence was m.ido without
Thocourtrulcd th-it tho prosecution mlsht
go ahead with Us questions, It hol'U 'ho pro
sumption that the conditions under which the
confession was made were proper
Crawford filed an exception and tho testi
mony proceeded . x
"j-cott Jackson was brought In and Chief
Doltsch nsltod Mr. Ivucgrl it ho know who
Jackson was He said: "Vos, tint Is tho man
who brought me a vallso and asked me not to
rlvo It to any ono, Jackson said he knew
Kuegcl. and admitted lyivln; left tho allso In
"Kuegcl Identified tho valise. Then Jackson
was asked about It, and said. 'Yes, tint Is
Pearl Uryan's vallso. Sho brought it with her.
faho had her clothes In It '
Ucltsch put tho vallso on Jackson's knee.
Ho told Jackson to oron tho vallso and put his
hand In It Jackson hesitated, but ho opened
tho allso and put his hand In It
" 'What aro those stains?"
"'They look like bloodstains,' answorcd
" 'Aro they bloodstains5' asked Deltsch.
" 'Yes, they nro,' ho icplled.
"'Was Pearl Uryan's head In tint tallse?'
"'Yes. it must havo been, but I am not cer
tiln,' Jackson answered
i"DId sou leave the valise at the saloon?'
" 'No. Walling did,' answered Jackson
"What , became of her clothes? ' asked
"I mado sovcral trips to tho river and dis
posed of them," Jackson replied.
"What became of the head? ' Col, Deltsch
"'Was cut up in pieces and then thrown
away,' the prisoner answered
"At that time." Poock continued, "I was
called out of tho office."
Toock then ldedtllled Pearl Uryan's vallso
as the one which was on Jackson's kneo during
this conversation. Tho bloody satchel was
again handed to the jury for Identification In
this connection and passed from man to man
Poock took up.the famous clow of tho little
cloth-topped shoos, "I havo been In tho boot
and shoo business slnco 1877," ho began. "I
formerly traolcd for wholesalers, but have
been In the retail business for three sears for
The dead girl's shoe3 wero handed to tho
witness, and ho continued: "I first saw thoso
shoes in a room adjoining White's morgue,
In Nowport, with tho other articles found
with tb.c body. Tbeso arc tho rubbers I saw
"Wo retailers soil very few of thoso
shoes so narrow and small. Thero Is a Trench
system of marks, and this shoo Is stamped in
that system S:-ll. Thero is also a stock num
ber, 62,438, In tho Bhoos. Thero Is also a re
tailer's stamp, Louis & Hays, Grconcastlo,
"Where wero those shoes made?" asked At
"At Portsmouth, O . by Drow, Selby & Co.
The rubbers wero mado in Willlamsport, Pa."
Air. Poock," asked CoL Crawford, In cross-
examination, "how did you first como to go to
Col. Deltsch's offlco?"
"Through Interest I havo taken a deep In
terest In this case. I had gono to Portsmouth
and found that tho shoes wero mado thero."
"Isn't It possible," asked Crawford, "that
you may be mistaken as to what took placo In
Col Deltsch's office?"
"No, I don't think I can ever forget that
scene. It can never be wiped out of my mem
ory." "Aren't you anxious that Jackson bo con
victed?" Crawford asked qulzzlcalls-.
"No I went to Portsmouth at tho Instance
ot the county authorities. I have been to
Grccncastlo once; but I had been to Lafayette
to see my brother and dropped down that far."
Dr. W. II. Crane, of Cincinnati, then stood
up and was sworn. IIo testified that tho stom
ach of Pearl Uryan was brought to him for
analysis. Tho doctor stated ho mado a num
ber of tests which corroborated each other,
and showed cocalno present In tho stomach.
IIo tasted tho crystals, and his tongue was
numbed. He tried it ou tho cyo of a rabbit;
the cornea was .enlarged, and touched the
cornea sovcral times with a match without
sensation. Ordinarily tho cornea is extremely
sensitive to tho least touch.".
"In the portion of tho stomach I analyzed I
found one and a half grains of cccalne I
think it entered the system through the
mouth. Tho membrana of the stomach, how
ever, sometimes civc3 off a little- cocalno
If given by a hypodermic lnjectioa
The arsenic and mercury came from
tho embalming fluid, I am sure. They
could not havo been taken In by tho mouth.
Tho cocaine could not havo como from tho em
balming fluid Thero wero raoro, than two
grains of cocalno In tho stomach. I recall only
two Instances In which cocalno was introduced
to produco criminal operations. Iioth failed
They are the only ones I know of la
Thero was no trace of chloroform; tho em
balming fluid would destroy that, however.
Dr. William 'Dickoro, tho chemist who ana
lyzed tho mud stains on Jackson's trousers,
testified that ho found the mud to bo Identical
in nature with that at the spot where the tody
was found. ,
At the afternoon session Dr. Dickoro stated
that ho also analyzed, tho mud stains on tho
Inside of tho valise and found them Jlkowlso
to bo of the eamti character as tho soil on the
XOcko larni. ,
shown to the witness. Much to Jackson's de
light Prof. Dickoro said ho found no traces of
blood spots on It Col. Nelson said ho would
show that tho gases and refuse In tho fewer
would sweep away all blood stains, and as lied
the witness what tho effect of sewer gases and
refuso would havo on the coat
"It would dissolve tho blood, tho sower water
would wash out the blood, I think."
Court adjourned at 12:05 until 2 p. m.
BIcrclinnt and Family Murdered,
I Plata, Md.? April 24. A well
known merchant and family of Hill
Top were most brutally murdered at a
late hour Thursday night. Mrs. Cock
ing and sister, Miss Daisy Miller, arp
dead. Mr. Cocking was gagged and
thrown in the cellar, and when found
was unconscious. If the murderers
aro caught a lynching will take place,
as the people are in the highest pitch
in exchange for coupons with
C howl no:
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w Fine Pastel Fac-slmlles. Landscape and
Q Figures, slzo 20x21 inches, 12 subjects.
n Oeautllul Venetian Scenes, Works of Art
eizo 20x30 inches, 4 subjects. ,
Magnificent Water. Color Gfavures, after fa-
q tnous artists, slzo 22x28 inches, 4 subjects.
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iSUcnKxcciiCMnort qj jinnavi
Irf have necerbftnrn
O leenoffercd, Kxetpt Througli Dealert, atvery
any htmc,anl tobe afijircc iated mutt be eeeiu
Coupons oxplnlu liow to socuro tlio Above,
One Coupon in each S cent (3 ounce) Paclage.
'Two Coupons 'rt each 10 cent (1 otilirt) Jtclagc
"Mall Pouch Tobacco Is sold by all dealers.
I'lickiiRes nomonmlc) containing; no coupons
:xmanauon nmcio tin iirm. M3 Dunn rrnn.
Pin ml. D.. Tl,.i,.nn On Ull,nll 17 II.
I IIU fJIUUJI UIUJ IVUdLli'J UV,. UllUGIUU1, Yf, Vd,
Mo Coupons cschansed nftcr July J, 1807
1'or 1'rro SIHcr.
OiiAM) ltAl'Itis, Jlicli., April 21. At
the Kent county democratic convention
Thursday the jrc:(t fight was upon the
money question, nnd the following
resolution was finally adopted: That
our. delegate1) elected by this conven
tion to attend the state democratic
convention to bo 'held at Detroit April
,23 nro hereby instructed to voto for
and support for-delegates at such con
vention to attend tho national demo
cratic convention to bo held nt Chicajro,
only such persons as nro in favor oi
tho freo and unlimited coinage of silvei
at the ratio of 10 to 1.
IlKUSsr.i.s, Aug. 21, The meeting ol
bi-metallists called to discuss means of
bringing about international negotia
tions on tho subject of currency, sep
arated Thursday after forming itscl
into n committcu pledged to continue
tho efforts toward securing interna- '
tional bi-metallism. '
Clcnrivntor Defeats Do Oro.
PiTTSliuiton, April 24. Win. II. Clear
water, of Pittsburgh, defeated Alfred
Do Oro Thursday night by a score of
201 to ITS in tho first game for tho
world's pool championship. They are
to play COO points, 200 each night, for a
purse and $300 a side. ' j
From a lotter written by Rev. J7
Qunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., wo
are permitted to make this extract: "I
have no hesitation in recommending
Dr. King's iew Discovery, as the re
sults were almost marvelous in the case
of my wife. Whilo I was pastor of the
Uaptist Church at Hives Junction sho
was brought down with Pneumonia
succoedine; La Grippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last for hours j
witn little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survlvo them.- A
friend recommended-Dr. King's Now
DjscoVery; it was quick in its work
and "highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles free at W. II. Styer's
Drug Store. Regular si?e 50e. and SI. 00.
jiroivn nominated in mo sirrn District.
Wir.MiNOTo:;, O., April 24. On tho
402d ballot, Hon. Seth W. Brown, of
Warren county, was nominated for re
publican congressman from tho Sixth
district to succeed Hon. George W. Iln
lick. When the convention assembled
at 7 p. m. it was manifest that tho end
of the deadlock had come, nnd when on
tho 401st ballot Greeno county cast its
80 votes for Brown it was settled on
the next ballot. Tho counties as they
were called ratified tho choice of Greene
county and finally made tho vote unan-
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed, when tho languid ex
hausted, feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and tlib
need of a, tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt uso of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicine will net
more surely in counteracting and free
ing tho system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Hitters. fiOc and $1.00 per bottle at
Styer's Drug Store.
IT IS A SIFERB T0NIG and
exerts a wonderful influence in
strengthening her system by
driving through the proper chan
nel ail impurities. Health and
strenotli are Guaranteed to result
irom Its use.
Jly vrlfo vas bedridden for eighteen months,
alter using BRADriELD'S TEMALE KEGU
LAV Olt lor two months, is uettlnu well.
J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Arfc.
UIUDriELD 'BEGULAT0R CO., ATLANTA, OA.
Sold by all Druggists at 31.00 per bottle.
AH Bran, Nickel Plated and Burns
A beautiful, thoroughly made and
finely finished Blcycla Lamp, Jolt and
Brat to any pan of th ootmtrr (nprtn prapald)
en receipt of pno,tl.D0. MaVto yoo ca buy Is
el jottt local dealer lor a little ! oak hlmj
THE PUCE ft TERRY MFG. CO.,
Z7 Ciaira St., Haw TQtk.
it on coumn, "4 o.-. Vmpty vag as tco cou)on. J , all Erodes of Summer Uhclorwear, prices rock
ntlhexnlanationhmctog;t t7irm, Mallodon request. Ol lOUtllS', Boys' and Olllldreil S Suits. SCO
RE I if! ATP WOMEN
rvtw.....2M Ar& B
Jil; j "SKki Vc5&
' il I I mj
the Ulotlnng lino for Spring wear. " Tho
. place to buy good goods at uiy prices is whero
thoy carry a largo stock -bought for cash at joblertf
prices. The lOld ReliahW is that plnceT Look arodnd at all
tho ten cent stores, and thoh come to us, and if oilrs nro ndt at least
10 cheaper and better dhnn. any and all others you can have ours for
It does not take premiums to soil our goods. See, our -Men's All
Wool Oassimero Suits at $5.00 to $10.00, and" our All Wool Olay '
Worsteds at. $0.50 to $14.00. Nothing you can find will begin to-com
vare xoith them! Nice line of Sti'aw Ilats at loweflt cash tmceR: nnrT
S. R. Van Metre &Go.,
Wholesale! Tho OIU Reliable Gash Clothiers. Retail
.Ladies .Spring liapesi
The svvellesS: arrd
riv-m it! -i i4- ! ic
- JM&iu.vwi. Mild
Velvet Capes; Beaded, Lace and Rib
bon trimmed, si lie lined throughout
$4.00 and up.
Ladies' Spring Capes made of all-wool
Broadcloth, braid and button trimmed,
straps of same material, latest style,
colors are black, navy and tan, at any
price you want.
Jenvey & Allen,
Colonial Book Store.
Gratified with the result of our four months'
business, more than pleased with 'the cordial
reception given us, and naturally ambitious -to
extend our trade, we shall spare no "
pains to popularize our businesss in
STOCK, PRICES, ETC.
Our present seasonable offering is
In large variety, and splendid quality; and the
Reading, that goeswith them. ,
Having had an unusually large trade in Visit
ing Cards. We are prepared to offer plate
and 100 cards, finely engraved, for $1.00
A beautiful line of Reward and S. S. Cards,
new and attractive.
J. E. VANDERVOORT. - C. E. GLINES.
153 Colonial Block.
Do You Want a Good Lamp?
If so, see Charles Holtz on Front Street near Putnam. Ho also will
show you by far tho Best Selected stock of Queonswaro in Marietta.
Charles Holtz; the QUEENSWARE man.
Mu i. i . . .IT"
How is this? A Good Strong 26 Wheel for $35.00, guaranteed.
"For the past week or ten days wo have been receiving and opening
up the largest and finest line Bicycle Sundries ever shown in this city.'
Almost every thing Irom the small spring for a M. & "W. valve to a
high grade wheel at bottom prices. See our windows.
JE3lA.G-JiJN &c SQiHLAJD,
v Opposite Union Depot.
Telephone No. 118. ' 229 Second Street.1
To Arrive Soon: 'fl
CAR LOAD' ,T
Buggies, Farm Wagons and
In the meantime if you want a Single Eig, come and give us spoojal
order for it '
NYE HARDWARE CO.,. .-'-
170 Front Str., SOLE AGENTS, Marietta, o'kn
Is interested now in somethinc in'
r - i- -
bottom. Immense stock
us before you buy 1 t !
Mwwauaucim aycjg-TOgggnCT TiwjAvxxsai-rumjaivtuiAjviiuzmutJln
st stylish Capes
rnnAr,v CJ:il,r "-.,
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