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A rollnblo remedy for coughs,
colcltf, honrsoncBS, lnryngcal nnd
bronchial inflnmmatioD, loss of
voice, rnwnosa nnd soreness rosult
injr from dryness of tho thront
nnd nir pnssngo or from clearing
Propnrcd nnd sold only by
BEAGLE & LYTLE,
Cor. 2nd nnd Putnam St.
GEORGE B. SUNDERLAND,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Has for salo or rent business or resi
dence property In tho city suburbs. If
you wish to buy, sell or rent call on
Mr. Sunderland. Valuable farms for
Bale on easy terms. Also lots or resi
dences In Norwood, Rathbone, Glass
Plant, Falrvlow Heights or Mt Ever
ett additions. Ofllco on Second street,
opposite Union Depot.
Eil Estate For Si.
CofTraan & Palmer Room 6, Mills
Building, Phone No. 454, have for sale
2 good lots in Norwood, $500 each',
some good lota on Virginia Avenue,
$250 to $400 each. A modern brick
plant $C,000 00 or will trade for other
property. A modern 8-room house in
fine location out of high water on
West Side, $3,300.00. A lot on P.ost
street, 23x70 to lease, also several good
business blocks and fine realdence
property in all "parts of the city from
$1,000.00 to $12,000. Corro and see us
of Phone us before you buy.
Goffman & Palmer,
Room 6, Miiis Building.
Two now 4 room houses, piped for gas
lights nnd fires and city wator, tile
hearths nnd mnntles, finished in onk,
located on Fort" streot, West Side.
S1.100 each. $200 cash nnd bnlanco 815
An 8 room house and lot 45x00 feet on
Mnplo streot, 81,400.
A3 room houso with gas and city
wnter, on Eighth stroet, 8700. Terms,
8150 ensh, balance 812.00 per month.
Several lots opposito Marion street
school nt $300 each.
A fine lot corner Fourth nnd Mnrion
OTTO BUILDING, 122 PUTNAM ST.
MARIETTA, OHIO. -
138 Putnam Street.
HANNOLD & HART,
Hnve tho following specials:
143 acre farm on Big Muskingum.
1 10 acre oil fnrm on Little Musking
um. 1 houso nnd 1 ncros gnrdon land, nenr
1 now 7 room houso on pike, easy
1 10 acre trnct in Willinmstown.
W, O. WAY, E.G.IIU1GIIAM,
I'res't. Vice I'rca't.
OIIAS. II. NKWION, Treaa.
DIME SAVINGS SOCIETY,
MARIETTA, OHIO. jjj
MONEY LOANED on Real N
Estate, Qovarnmant, or pi
Municipal Bonds. n
Dont Be Fooledi
Take the genuine, original
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wit. It
kcepa you well. Our trade
mark cut on each package.
Price, 33 cents. Ntver aoU
In bulk. Accent no aubitl.
NeoaroNMsotoa tute. Ask your druggUt.
Ym. a. ijx I
what a difference
in the suffering at
time of childbirth
wlif 11 Dr. R. V. Tierce's medicines ore
used," writes Mrs. Kdmon Jacobs, of
Bargersvillc, Johnson Comity, In J. "1 imd
not heard of I)r. Pierce's mcdlclnca three
yeari no when I was conrmed, so had to suffer
almost death Ilctbre liaby was born I could not
be on uiy feet without two persona holding rue.
xne Daoy was
nine and three
and Tor some
weeks after hU
birth I suffered
severe piln. Last
fall, following the
advice of a neigh,
bor, my husband
bought me Doctor
which I took dur
ing the winter,
and In March,
1898, 1 gave birth
to a baby boy
weighing ten and
pounds. I was
only in labor two
Hours aim mil uu
my feet without
lieln until thirty
" The aivlct of a tKtjMnr."
minutes before my baby was born He is now
three months old and weighs nineteen pounds
I know It was Dr. Pierce s medicine that saved
mefromsuITerlng. I advise all women to take
Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription, also his
Tleasaiit Pellets' If necessary."
"Following the advice of a neighbor."
What c weiVht of confirmatory evidence
there Is in those six words. The neighbor
had tried the "Favorite Prescription " and
recommended it. Mrs. Jacobs has also
tried it and proved its wonderful properties
and now she recommends it. Beside such
testimony as this its maker's words are un
important. Mrs Jacobs' experience Is a
fact. Her neighbor's experience is a fact.
The written experiences of 250,000 othet
women are facts. There Is no theory about
it. There can be no question about it. In
every neighborhood in this broad land
there are women who have b en cured by
the "Kavontr Prescription." It has cured
more cases of female complaint than all
other medicines for worm n combined It
is the only medicine of its kind invented by
a skilled specialist in medicine a regularly
graduated physician of more than thitty
yeais' actual experience.
Drugs nnd sundries hero nro just the
kind you would select woro jou ns
thoroughly posted ns we nro. Our nim
is to mnko this storo peculinr in one
respect, to offer absolutely tho best of
everything, noinatter whnt trouble or
expense is required to get jt..-
Tho benefit of nil the -experience wo
hnve trained in 35 years of careful buying
may bo yours without extra cost.
W. H, STYER,
240 Front Street,
The Sifett, Sorest tot Only
BEIIABLB French UEMEOVC
fries St 00 per box. Pink wrapper,
furlm trpnnlh. 9 fin n.p hny hi.
mall, postpaid Address Dk. Moreau & Co.,
Brown Bios.' Hide., S. Clinton St., Chicago, 111.
Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A. J.
Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio.
Bombastic flowery shower of words to
coer long prices on short stock.
2000 lbs. Rock Candy 12c lb
100 Electric Trusses (for 10 days only)
1000 Bollcdona Piaster. .15c, or 2 for 23c
One Minute Cough Cure 10c
Armour's Extract of Beef 40c
Diamond Dyes 7c
Perfection Dyes 7c
Cashmero Bouquet Soap ?3o
Poai's.Unscentcd Soap 12c
Cuticura Soap...- 20c
Rippcy's Fosmoline 35c lb
Lightning Hot Drops 10c
Whnt is the cheapest thing nt n bnr
A mnn waiting on his wife.
Malted Milk 38c nnd 75c
Mellen's Food 38c nnd 58c
Hull's Cntnrrh Cure 00c
Follon's Syrup Hvpophosphites. . . .81.10
Godfrey's Cordial 5c
Pinkhnm's Compound 75c
Pnbst Malt Extract t 10c
Bohemian Mnlt Extract. . ". 15c
Hand's Colic Cure .'. . 18c
Mennen's Talcum Pow dor v 18c
Doan's Kidney Pills 39c
Barker's Condition Powders 12c
Foutz's Condition Powders 12c
Gomboult's Cough Balsam $1.10
Whnt will go up n chimney down nnd
won't go down n chimney up?
Williams' Shaving Soap 5c
Colgate's Shaving Sonp, 5c
Cuticura Ointment 40c
Mnlvina Cream 40c
Chamois skin vests nnd chest protec
tors nt cost, to mnko room for my spring
stock of tooth picks.
A bargain in postngo stnmpsj 13 2ct
stamps for a cont nnd a quarter.
Goods delivered to any part of tho
Yours for business,
Phono 63. Tho Cut-Rato Druggist
127 Greeno Streot
Cents 15 Cents
Choice California oranges,
large jumbo bananas, fancy
California seedless lemons. ,
CENTS 15 CENTS
Best homemade candy, fresh
mixed nuts, Almira, grapes.
232 Front street.
Marietta phone 537.
The Marietta Daily Leader.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12
Personal Paragraphs and Pertinent
Points. : ,-
W. O. Paterson, jr., was in town
on business yesterday.
J. M. Thomas, of Lowell, was a
Marietta visitor yesterday.
Deputy Sheriff Owen spent Sun
day at his home In Lowell. ,
A daughter was born Sunday to
Dr. and Mrs. G. F. Hutchison.
W. D. Pehwell has returned aftor
a vi3lt with his brother at St. Marys.
J. G. Wiley, of Middle Creek, was
a ibiuiness visitor In tho city Monday.
Edwold Drumm, who h?ja been vis
iting at Lowcil.oame home yesterdav.
'Miss Irene Cooper left Monday for
Now York to attend tho Spring open
Mr. M. P. Patten, of
s visiting his daughter on Falrvicw
Mr). Will Richardson hla3 4regaln
ed her uual health after a week''s1-at-ta'ck
of the grip. -
Mr. John Kaiser left for TolelJoVp.,
yesterday afternoon, having ueenJcall-
MiSs Jennie Gross 'has recovered
from a week's struggle with" that fa
miliar malady the grip. k ,
Mr. ai. S. liber wood -wont to
Pltthurg yesterday to look after ,bus
in&ss affairs for several days'.
The Retail Clerks Union will hold
their regular meeting Wednesday eve
ning after which they will banquet at
the 'Norwood. "y
Mr. W. E. Hupp, who has been vis
iting his 'brother, Chas. HupD. on Fair
view Heights, returned to his homeTln
Salem, W. Va., yesterday. v
In our Triday's issue the letter
from Australia, written by MrW. F.
Epler, to his sister. "Mrs. L Cowell,"
should have read "Mrs. Laura M. 'Bol
ton." C ,
Wm. SohafEer casscd through. Urn
city yesterday en route from Salem,' W.
Va., to St. Marys, to which place he
has Ibeen transferred by the Vl Si Oil
company. s jf
Wo cannot celebrate tho blrthUay
of our 'Mtrtyrod PreuMent in-l-ambre
appropriate manner than by commenc
ing tho day by reading his famous'Get
tyaburg address. J
Mr. Valmor Racer, who, for thV
past week, has been suffering from
pneumonia at his home, situated above
Reno, is rapidly recovorlng and will
soon bo able to leave his room.
Rev. W. R. Blp'okmer -went to
Ooolvllle to iai-idibt Rev. E. R. Wil
liams in tho special services which
are being held at the Congregational
church of that village this -week.
Mr. H. H. iMinch states uiat there
aro several-athletic young ladies In the
vicinity of Lowell, Who, on a. wager,
won two pounds of candy by climbing
to the toD of an 80 foot derrick. The
ladl&s do not live at Lowell.
Judgo Hiram L. Sibley left yester
day for Logan, where circuit court con
venes this iweek. -By the retirement of
Judge Russel, whose term expired on
last Saturday, Judge Sibley, by virtue
of his senior service, becomes presid
ing judge for tho next two years. The
court at present is composed of judige
Sibley, Jones and Oherelngton.
Of Real Estate and Oil Leases In Wash
J. W. Williams, trustee, to Samue'
Turner; real estate. Consideration,
Ralph E. Race, to Wm. M. McFad
don; real estate. Consideration, $1600
IHarry M. Kllntworth, to William
Kllntworth; real estate. Considora
Anion Thomas, to Pearl F. Thomas;
real estate. Consideration, fc26.
Mattie E. Watklns. to V. W. Hass;
real estate. Consideration, $2,000.
Martha E. Watklns, to V. W. Hass;
real estate. Consideration, $1950.
Mhrtha D, Watklns, to V. W. Haas;
real estate. Consideration, $1,000,
Harry D. Knox to Marietta Ico and
Storage Co.; real estate. Considera
tion, $1. i
Two Men Drown,
By Associated Press.
Eransville, Ind. Fob. 11 Two men
woro drowned In tho Ohio river just
below hero today, Tho men were In
a skiff and were crossing tho river from
tho Kentucky side, when tho boat cap
sized nd they were thrown 'into the
For engine repairing, iron
and brass castings call on The
Marietta Mfg. Co., Foundry
and Machine Shop, West Side,
55!iS?JBBittfcwiTf III IBj 1 iB
FORMER MARIETTA BOY
Is Chas. T, Lewis Whose Family
Poisoned at Toledo.
The famllv of Chax T. Lewis, of
Toledo, an account of whose sickness
hy arsenical polsonirs appeared In
Sunday' edition of t.:e Leader, will
recover, although for a time it -was
feaicd tht .-cr'nus re- ulte would fol
low the absorption of the poison into
pollen into the unfortunate peoples'
the unfortiin'ate people's systems.
Mr. I.ciwi.. was born nnd reared 'a
this cit and was graduated from Ma
rietta college Later r o filled the posi
tion of fishier of the C.Uwcll bank
and ultimately IccntoJ in Toledo,
where he took up the practice of law
and achieved an envlabld reputation
In his prefesaion.
A ltei, Miss Ella M.. and the moth
er of Mr. Lewi?, Mra. Nancy M. Lew
is, re-ddo at 520, Fifth street, thi3 city.
To the Mrletta friends, to whom the
news of the noisoning was communi
cated, it i a pleasure to stite that both
Mr. Lewi and tho members of his
household will lecover from the effects
of tho poiconlng, which is attributed to
tho canned bullion of which all par
Cntnrrh Cannot bo Uuroil
With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they
cannot reoch tho seat of the disease.
' Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure It you
must tako Internal remedies. Hall's
Catanh Curo is taken intermlly, an!
acts directly on the blood and mucous
Mitfaee3 Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of tho 1e:t phjslcian3 In this coun
try for ears, and Is a regular prescrip
tion. It Is composed of the best ton
ics known, combined with tho best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combi
nation of tho two lnsredients Is what
produces such -wonderful results In
curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho (best.
Mr. Elroy Devol.
Mr. Elroy Devol died at the homo of
Wllliard Thornily yejterday morning
at 8 o'clock.
Mr. Devol was a native of Washing
ton county, halng been born near
Lowell 70 years ago.
His death was duo to paralysis.
Funeral services will bo held at the
home of Mrs. Thornliy up tho Newporr
pike at 8 o'clock this morning.
The remains will afterward be taken
to Beverly for Interment
Everybody's liable to itching piles.
Rich and poor, old and young terri
ble tho torture they suffer. Only one
sure cure. Doan's Ointment. Abso
lutely safe; can't fall.
Mrs, Clara B. Edmonds.
Mrs. Clara B. Edmunds, the wlfo of
William Edmonds, died at her home in
Wllllametown Sunday morning of
hemorrhage of the stomach.
Tho deceased (Was a native of Penn
sylvania. She leaves beside her hus
band six children to mourn her death.
Tho funeral services were held at
1 p. m. Monday in the Meth'odist
church and tho Interment took placo
in tho Wllllamstown cemetery.
Great tonic, braces body and brain,
drives away all Impurities from your
system. Makes you well. Keeps you
well. Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
W. C. T. U,
With marked attention a very largp
and appreciative audience in tho Audi
torium Sunday afternoon listened to
Rev. Ellen R. King's pure, practical,
stirring address, tho substance of
which was n Tollgious appeal for tem
PRESS SUPT. W. C. T. U.
Children never cry very loud for it,
but they xlo like Dr. Oaldiwoll's Syrup
CURTIS & HUTCHMAN,
OHARLBS It BUCHANAN.
THE GOOD NEWS SPREADS
And our business grows larger, aud the prices smaller, every day.
People come here from all parts of the city. Whenever they
need anything in our line they think of us. We have furnished
many cosy homes during our one year in business. We have done
it to the owner's satisfaction, and we can do the same thing for you.
We have everything in the line of
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Baker & Ularliaiie,
203 Sijconri street, lliley Block.
MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING REQUIRED FOR
Oil and Gas Wells, Pipe Lines, Refineries,
Steam, Gas and Water.
PITTSBURG, BRADFORD OIL CITY, PA.
.Pjsj.. TZEEL3EE3 -qgrA
ACIE BRICK COMPANY,
Manufacturers of Paving,
Large stock constantly on
Phone 405. Works located
GET IN LINE
And have some of our decoration put
In jour homes. Spring will soon be
here and we will be rushed with work
If you want any thing in our line now
is tho time to have it done before tha
rush. Wo do any and all kinds of
Frescoing, Painting, Paper Hanging,
etc. We aro agents for sheet steel
signs, any size or design you want.
They cost you less than wood signs and
last longer. We carry sample signs, If
you want anything In that line we
would bo pleased to quote you prices
on same. Wo also carry a nice line of
room mouldinrs nnd lincrusta walton.
Office and Shop, Plko Street. Phones
Marietta Decorative Companyi
B. EVELEIGH, Mgr.
J. R. GLEASON, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
No. 507 Fort Street, Marietta. Ohio.
Diseases or Skin.
Diseases of Eyes.
Sept 14, 1000.
A. E. MASTEN & CO.
S0O Fourth Ave., Pittsburg, Pa. '
STOCKS, OOTIDS. O.DAIN & COTTON.
Haw Torlc Sto;i tictnige, Chicipi Soul ef Trait,
rmstiurg not ituusge. uian buck ucnuge.
For $10 CASH and $10 per
month. Who cannot afford to own
a good piano on such terms? WE
GUARANTEE EVERY PIANO
WE SELL, and are right here to
make good our guaranty. WE
HAVE A FULL LIME OF all
kinds of small instruments, strings
and furnishings, as well as the
largest stock of HIGH GRADE
Pianos and Organs ever shown in
this city. Come and see us.
Factory and Office, Gilman Ave.
Ware Rooms, 217 Second St,, Opp. Union Depot.
Pressed and Common Brick,
hand, and brick delivered
at Norwood or Eas
THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY.
Loans money on diamonds, watches,
jewelry, etc. Buy and sell new and
second hand goods. Second hand shoos
and clothing bought and sold,
If you want money, want to sell
or buy anything see us. Goods called
for and delivered.
THE AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
E. Hensley, Mgr., Ill FrontSt., Phono
WILD WITH li:UUlIT,
They CURE DANDRUFF. HAIR
FALLING, HEADACHE, etc., yet coa3
tho same as an ORDINARY comb.
What's that? Why. Dr. White's Elec
tric Comb. The only pateneted Comb
In tho world. People, everywhere it
has been Introduced, are WILD with,
delight You 6lmply comb your hair
each day, and tho comb does tho rest
This wonderful comb Is simply un
breakable and it is made so that it is
ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to break
or cut tho hair. Sold oa a written
guaranteo to give PERFECT satisfac
tion in EVERY respect Send stamps
for one. Ladles' size 60c. Gents' ejzo
35c Llvo men and women wanted ev
erywhere to Introduce this article.
Sells on sight Agents are wild with
success. (See want column of this
paper.) Address D. N. Rose, Gen. Msr.,
Dec. 18, lyear-D & W,