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Are You
thinking of fettlnp; your
picture talton?
If so, of course you want tho
f Latest Style,
If Hp.s Finish.
Most Natural Expression,
And n "Spkakino" Likeness.
In short THE BEST, which everybody
h knows is made hv
The Marietta Picture Man.
When your purchases at my store
amount to S3 you are entitled to an
order on J. W. King, tho Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with Sl.50 you will receive Six of
King's Best Finished Cabinets and One
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
, India Tint Mount
This offer is for a Limited Time.
1 Take advantage of it
t29 Putnam street. Marietta. Ohio.
Look At this!
Bike at S55.00. flfi.00 down, $3.75 per
1 nfAnl. trv A wonlD find R9..fl0 nnr WfiP.k
thereafter until paid for. Speciflations:
24, 20 inch frame, Birmingham seamless
wood, enameled or nickled handlo bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oil
tempered and dust proof.
There aro no stampings or castings
am l(e mliaal H Jo efrlntlv hlfTii irrnrln.
uu bam "uvi.ii . " M..w-j U.D.. a..n ,
warranted to be perfect in every re
spect arm sianus inc icsu
llO Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
IWould not have been
Ihalf so charming if
she had not been
Iwise as well as
The reason is easy
to find: Earo Per
fumes lend added
charm to beauty and
the above youog lady
was posted. Hacked
up her judgment,
too, by supplying her
"periume wants- at
the right place;
The "Belles" all
know our stock of
"society odors" is
most complete.
One thing is cer
tain you may forget
us, but the remem
brance of our DELI
CATE, babb and LAST
ING perfumes will
linger longer with
you than the mem
ory of the "last rose
of summer."
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Marietta News Stand,
216 Front Street.
Papers for all. The campaign is
on; read and become enlightened.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune,
daily, 10c per week.
Pittsburg Commercial Gazette
'daily, 6c per week.
Pittsburg Post, daily, Gc per
i week.
All papers delivered upon ar-
1 rival, promptly; also all Monthly
Magazines and Weekly Periodi
Bicycle livery tho best in the
city, rates moderate, and plenty
of wheels.
Guns for rent.
G. H. EeJIs, Jr., Agt
J. L
a. K. amm.i
Livery: Feed and
b Coin QfoVtloo
ItarCwJkW MVMlMAVkli
COB. THIRD And ohukoh street
lorsss kept by the Dy, Wert or Mpntta.
Prompt Attention QWtiti Pumli.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all pbrts of the city. Or-
dors by telephone will receive
prompt attention.
Examination of Teachers
fe.nf Washington County will be held from 8 A.
ill' oTa oin', Saturday of each month except
January, July ana August, ,
Sept, 10, 'W. Prea. B'd of Examiners, '
Bourko Cockran will speak in
Wheeling this Thursday afternoon. lie
was to have spoken Wednesday night,
but was dolayed,by a wreck on tho B.
& O. railroad.
The nest games in Marietta will be
Friday and Saturday of this week,
when Parkeraburg will bo here to cross
bats with the locals. Both games
promise to be interesting, as Parkers-
burg has strengthened for the series,
Mr. Sandy Blue, of Constitution,
and Miss Kate Osterle, of this city, will
bo united in marriage this evenjug at
the homo of the bride on npper,Fourth
strenL ' h 5;
For underwear of all kinds go to
the Bee Hive.
F. C. Audibert left Wednesday for
Cleveland on business.
Dean Daugherty, of St. Louis, is
the guest of W. W. McCoy, West Side,
for a few days.
John C. King, of Sistersvllle, was
locked up by Constable J. H. Dye
Wednesday night on a warrant charg
ing him with bastardy. The com
plainant 's Mary Withrow, Greene
A number of trap-shooters from tho
Columbian Gun Club, this city, are
making arrangements to attend the
tournament at Fairmount Oct. Sth and
Ironton Oct. 21st
Russelwood was taken Wednesday
to Lexington, Ky., where ho is entered
in tho 2:10 and 2:17 trotting races on
Tuesday of nest week.
Tho lithographs for Tompkins
Black Crook Company, which will ap
pear at the Auditorium next Tuesday
eyening, were posted Wednesday.
--John Harris, of St. Louis, at pres
ent a conductor on tho L. & N. By., is
visiting relatives in the city.
George Moore left Wednesday for
Pittsburg on business.
The grandest spectacular attraction
now touring the country, at the Audi
torium October Cth.
A sad accident occurred Wednes
day in upper West Marietta by which
Androw J. Pinkerton lost his life by
being struck by the southbound pass
enger train on the K. & O. R. Ry. The
engineer saw him and whistled and
rang the boll frequently to give warn
ing, but Mr. Pinkerton seemed not to
hear nor pay attention to the signal
until the train was fairly upon him,
when he stepped to one side. He was
struck 'and thrown into the ditch at
the side of the track, Tho tram was
stopped and the injured man taken to
tho homo of his son, jvith whom ho re
sided, but his back had been broken
and his hip crushed, and he died in
about two hours. Mr. Pinkerton was
about 70 years of age and one of our
most highly respected citizens.
TheSBeo Hive Store will show a
full line of the latest millinery on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Utiicer Posey, who has ueen con
fined to the house by illness, has re
covered sufficiently to bo able to be on
tho streets.
The rains of tho post few dayshaye
been of a somewhat general nature
and both the Ohio and Muskingum
riyors have started on a good rise.
River men arc correspondingly hapoy.
James Busbong, a brakeman on
the B. & O., was killed at Walker Sta
tion Wednesday morning by being
struck in the breast by a push-polo
wh'ch broke while in use.
The Cincinnati Reds will play here
next Tuesday and the Pittsburgs on
Wednesday. Both teams will be the
regular league organizations of the
two cities and as one or the other has
been the favorite of nearly every
"fan" in the city they will undoubted
ly draw good crowds.
Tho following is a list of M. E.
appo'ntments made at London for tho
Marietta District : G. W. Burns, Pre
siding Elder (P. O., AtheiJs, O.) ; Ames
vllle,A. E. Harrison; Athens, D. ,C.
Thomas; Athens, R. T. Stimmel; Bar
low, J. L. Landsittle ; Bartlett, G. F.
SlmmB ; Belpre, F. M. Evans ; Chester
Hill, P. H. Chappelear ; Coolville, A.
R. Henderson ; Downington, F. B.
Cheadle ; Greysville, A. E. McCullough ;
Jersoyville, C. M. Haas ; Jobs, P. Y.
Drumm ; Lawrence, J. 8. Toumine ;
Lell, William Benzing ; Marietta, First,
M. W. Acton, Gil in an Avenue, F. R.
Crooks ; Mansfield, L. G. Matheny
McAtthur, J. A. Wright ; Murray and
Buchtel, W. Rogers ; Nolsonville, B. A.
Stnbblns; Waterford, W. J. 'JoWetl;
Zaleski, (W. A. McElpatriok). . . 4
Members of the McKinley Club,
turn out and go to Parkersbprg to-
inorroV at 10:10 o'clock. A special
return train will get back to Marietta
at 4:80 o'clock.
Manager Peabody of the B. & O.
S. W. Railroad has ordered a special
tiain put on Friday to accomodate those
wanting to go down to hear
Cockran and Cowan at Parkersburg
This applies to the return train only, j
and it wJU leave Parkersburg- about 4
o'clock, giving sufficient time for tho
people to hear Garfield in Marietta
Friday qvoning.
Fall,, opening of millinery goods
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week at Bee Hive Store.
Choral Society rehearsal at 7
6'clock sharp, in Andrews Hall.
A special meeting of Council was
hold last night to allow an estimate for
Contractor Berry, on the Third street
paving job.
Sixty people in Tomkin's Black
Crook Company. Auditorium, October
0 th.
Tho Leader Office has a well select
ed line of Knight Tomplar cards in
stock. If you aro a Knight, and going
to Dayton in October, come in and
hayo your cards printed In season.
Tho Trl-County Fair at Beverly has
been postponed to Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday of next week Oeto
tober G, 7 and 8. All races and other,
attractions hold over.
Every member of the McKinley
ClubHs desired to meet at the Court
House, at 0:4b p. trf. sharp on Friday to
attend the Garfield meeting. All mem
bers in uniform wlll',t)6 presented with
a handsome lantern free of charge.
Three grand balletts, two famous
premieres in Tomkin's Black Crook
In Probato Court Wednesday a mar
riage license was granted to Mr. Christ
Clohs and MIsb Ella All cock, both of
this city.
For the occasion of the big Cock-ran-Cowan
meeting nt Parkersburg on
Friday tho B. & O. S. W. Ry. will make
a rato of 45 cents for the round trip,
rnnning trains direct to tho speaker's
stand. Tho McKinley .Club will make
arrangements to go down in a body
and indications point to a very large
attendance from this city. Bourke
Cockran is one of tho most famous ora
tors of the United States and as a plat
form attraction is much superior to
Bryan, whose sails ho has ably deflated
before now.
Miss LUlie Lancaster, the night
telephone operator, has been ill since
Sunday morning with inflammatory
rheumatism. Saturday she was troubled
with intense pain which grew worse
toward evening and during the night.
Her illness, we aro glad to state, is not
of a serious naturo though very pain
ful. Her place at present is being
filled by Miss Clara Smith.
Hon. Charles A. Lelani has
been asked by tho Republican com
mittees of Guernsey and Washington
counties for a portion of his timo this
fall. He will speak at Cumberland on
next Tuesday evening, Oct. 0. He goes
to Marietta Monday evening, Oct 12th,
Dunham tho evening of the 13th, and
Brown's Mills on the evening of the
14th. Ho will also speak in that
county on the 15th and 10th, but has
not yet been notified of the places.
Mr. Lolnnd is one of the best stump
speakers in southeastern Ohio, and his
services nre in demand from all sec
tions, but outsldo of the meetings men
tioned ho has not as yet consented to
give any timo outside of the county.
Caldwell Journal.
Miss Stella Young, of Swazey, Mon
roe county, is yisiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Young, Fourth street.
The fate of the lapel button that
has sprung up in such countless num
bers and styles of late, is trembling in
tho balance that is, tho numerous
kinds bearing obscene and lascivious
inscriptions, which are being sold by
the thousands all over the country.
The mayor of Columbus has started
the campaign against these objection
able little moral corrupters by order
ing the police to arrest any and all
dealers found selling them. There is
no special law governing the case, but
the offenders will be prosecuted under
the law prohibiting the sale of obscene
Prof, and Mrs. Chamberlain will
entertain the members of the faculty
of the two Colleges this evening.
Miss Kit Smith is visiting friends
at Chlllicothe.
Mrs. It F. Barnes will return homo
to Charleston today, after a visit with
friends and relatives here for several
It will' pay you to visit the Beo
Hive Store Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday. Republican Mootlnes.
Thursday afternoon, Oct. 1st, Lay
man, J as. R. Garfield ; evening, Bar
low, Jus. R. Garfield.
Friday afternoon, Lower Salem, Jas.
R. Garfield ; evening, Marietta, at
Auditorium, James R. Garfield. Friday
evening, Belpre, T, H. Anderson.
Saturday afternoon, Centre Belpre,
Jas. R. Garfield ; evening, Newport
Village, T, U. Anderson.
On Monday, October 6th, H. C. Van-
Voorhis iwill speak to the McKinley
Club, at the Court House.
The Ideal Panacea.
JdmoK L. Francis, Alderman, Chica
go, "Says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Loughs, Uolds ana Lmug complaints,
haying used it in my family forthe
last five years, to the exclusion of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions." Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a Minister of the,
Mothodlst Episcopal Church for 50 years
or more, and have neyer found any
thing so beneficial, or that gave me
such speedy relief as Dr. King's New
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough
Remedy now. Trial Bottles Free nt
W. H. Styer'a Drug Store
Anything from a fountain pen to a
Stelnway piano can be obtained by
trading with merchants giving away
Periodical Tickee.
The happiness 01
married life depends
on the wife's health
oftener thanon any
other one considera
tion. .An ailing wo
man 19 a source of
discontent to herself
and a burden and
drag upon her hus
band. Women by
talcing more interest
in their own phys
ical condition would
lay the best founda
tion formarrled hap
pincffT and every
other happiness.
More than half the
suffering which bids
the energies and sours the disposition cf
women is directly traceable to some disor
der of the organs distinctly feminine. There
is no real need of such troubles ; they arc
invariably cured by Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, which reaches and strengthens
the internal generative organs as no other
treatment can possibly do. I)y restoring
health and strength to this most, important
part-of the feminine constitution, the "Fa
vorite Prescription " gives new tone and en
ergy to all the rest of the body.
One of the most deeply interesting and
truly educative books ever written is the
"People's Common Sense Medical Ad
viser," by Dr. R. V. Pierce, Chief Consult
ing Physician of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Thii
splendid volume of 100S pages, includes
ninety pages on the subject of diseases pe
culiar to women, with directions for horns
treatment, rendering unnecessary the em
barrassing "examinations," and generally
useless ''local treatment," so dreaded by
modest women. The book contains the
most comprehensive explanation of human
physiology and the rational principles of
hygiene ever pnblished. Illustrated with
over 300 engravings a complete medical
library in one volume. No other medlqal
book In the English language ever had such
an enormous sale. 680,000 copies were sold
at Si-5 each. Dr. Pierce is now distrib
uting a new free edition of half a million
copies. A copy will be sent absolutely free
to anyone who will send to the world's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
N. V., ai one-cent stamps to pay cost of
mailing only. The present edition is in all
respects the same as that sold at $1.50 ex
cept only that it is hound in strong inanilla
caner covers instead of cloth.
You can now get all your papers and
magazines free by saving Periodical
Tickets which are given away by the
leading merchants in each lino of bus
iness in Marietta. -
Edward South, whose place of residence Is
unknown, will take notice that on the 25th day
of September, imhi. Mapfiie South filed her
petition In the Common Pleas Court, of Wash
ington Couuty, Ohio, where said cause Is now
pending, being case No. 8M1O, praying for a
divorce from said Ednard South on the
ground of adultery. Said cause will be for
earing on and after Novomber Cth, 18'U. by
which said date said defendant U required to
answer or said dlvoice will be granted.
JiIacgii: Soutii.
B. E. Quyton. Attorney.
October 1st 1MI0 (wks.
CSr-FOUSALE-Ono lino upright Haines
Dros.' piano, style i$; been In use 3 years.
Cheap for cash. Address Box SOT.
Wed 8t
"FOIi SALE East End Building Lots.
153 Lots ranging In price from ?10 to 1375.
Terms to suit. J. L. Cuvton,
Room 10, Law Building.
tFOR RENT. New House of 5 rooms on
nigh School Lane nt 83 a month. Enquire at
229 Fourth street. . Oct. Ist-Sts.
Egy-ROOM FOR RENT A nice room con
venient for light odlce and sleeping room tor
one or more gentlemen, on Putnam street.
For particulars apply to Theo. P. Davis.
Wed 2t
iQ5"L ADIES. If you have a dress to make,
or one to cut and fit, take It to the I, O. O. F.
building. West Fide. All work guaranteed to
give satisfaction. R S. Hueckeniudoe.
SJ" WANTED. Four neat Ladles or Gents
until Xmas. Salary 81.00 per day. Address
Sept. 29th-3ts. Gen'l Del'y, City.
Z&-B. F. Hart M. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. C9. tl.Janl.16.
J3"MONEV TO Loan. Apply at Room 8,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
B3TCHAS. S. HART, M. D., office and resl.
dence No. 30G Putnam street. Telephone 209.
SP-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
Office in
t"DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Strift, over Weis' Grocery.
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
t3TDB. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office 804
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
Gas administered.
"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
BSr 8. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
erFon Sale -Desirablo building lots on
Front street near Washington, 1C00. A good
building lot on Fourth street, J8M. A 7 room
house with lot 05xlS 12200. Business frontage
on Second street below Putnam at J100 per ft.
An 8 room house on Third street above Putnam
$2700. Cheap building lots in Putnam Place
and FairYicw Heights.
K3-FOR S ALE.-25 Lots on Emerson Heights
sub division and six acres adjoining Corp. line
at low prices and easy terms.
20 Residence properties in the city for sale
on easy terms
Farm iri Decatur, township for sale-r ex
change. Farm in Wood Co., W. Va ,' for sale
or exchange.
Two new houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and sjp us if wanting to purchase pro
perty. OH loases for sale,
Waud & Stone,
25 Sticond Street.
Real Estate for Sale.
11 Good Hous.es on West side, from 1700 to
s Vacant lots on Front street, $150 to ISO.
5 Lota on Eighth and Washington, S300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, 8300 to 100.-
60 Lota lor sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 10 Lots tor sale In the Ohio Valley sub-dlvl-slon
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
3 Three-story business houses on Front St.
at bargains.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of T Rooms and'lot ooxlM feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, I,800.
W vl'
LEADERSHIP-Positm, Unanestionefl !
This position was not secured in a day or a
year. It took many years of work and study,
the aim being for the constant betterment of
the store, improving the service, keeping prices
down and quality up.
We are not resting from our labors. We are
attractive assortmentof medium price stuffs
50 and 60 cents per yard.
"Ail The
Woman's eye in the new, beautiful, select, stylish and seasonable
Dress Goods can be seen and bought in our large Dress Goods De
partment. Without question we have the best assorted stock of popular-style
and popular-priced fabrics both foreign and domestic
makes in the country.
Cheviots rough-faced shaggy yarn goods will be much in evidence
this season. Tie Kitt or "Nub Yarn" figures and stripes are the new
creation for Fall and Winter wear. Shaggy roughness and beauty
are combined in the "Nub" effect
predominating style. You should see the ones we offer at 50c, 75c
and $1.00 before making your purchase elsewhere.
Ladies' Jackets and Capes Entirely
New Stock and at the Lowest
Possible Cash Prices.
Always use the Standard Patterns, they are the best and cost you
less than any other
172 Front Street,
20 Per Cent
This is What We Are
Giving OFF on
For 30 Days, as our
Stock is too large
and must be
J. W. Dysle& Co.,
128 Front Street.
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
Parssnal attention given' to com.
pounding of Prescriptions.
We have been and are. now very busy, but
will always take time and pleasure in showing
you the nicest and most complete line of
Mantels, Tile and Fire-place Trimmings
For Gas or Coal. Give us a call and let us show
our goods to you. See our gas fire-backs.
-' H. A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third Street.
working harder than ever, arid
have the satisfaction of seeing
in the rapid increase of our
business proof that we are
giving a better service thaq
Are the centre of interest just
now. and here you notice a
marked advance overall form
er seasons a wider range in
the direction of fine fabrics,
and a much larger and more
3 j
or "Mohair Ourl" and will be the
Marietta, Ohio
Who wants a p;ood
Second-Hand 6 H. P. All Steel
Tubular Boiler, or a 2 H P.
Gas Engine, cheap?
Address or call on
Machine "Works,
Third and Butlor Sts.
Marietta, O.
71? WWW
Second, St. opp. Union Depot,;
' Neat Stylish Work. Satis
faction Guaranteed;
Marietta, Ohio.
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