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We havo a fino business location, al ready fitted up for operation, and it is located right in tho heart of tho city. Also nearly 100 lots in fine location, out of high water, for 8250 to $400, and resideiieo properties of nil kinds all over tho cit Call and see us at rooms, Mills Building, or call us up bv either phono, No. 454. Hoffman & Palmer. Room 6, Milts Sulldine. pnoi'Riin'OKS of The Marietta Tank Co., GREENE STREET, At which point wo build TANKS, RIG STUFF, CONDUCTORS and OIL WELLSUPPLIES. Tanks set in any field by our own men. Also Building Material Of all kinds, at our planing niills, in Norwood and in Williamstown. Ofllco ovor First National Hank until May 1st, lOOl. After that ilato Uoom 1, Knox-Snvngo Jiuildlng, (adjoining Post Oillco building, Putnam street Phono 231. NOTARY PUBLIC. 'PHONE 402. DEALER IN REAL ESTATE AND OIL PROPERTIES, OTTO UUILDING, 122 PUTNAM ST. MARIETTA, OHIO. ED. FLANDERS General Insurance AND Real Estate, Room 2 Hagan Block. HANNOLD & HART, SPECIALS FOR 10 DAYS. Lot 35x90, above high water, price ?1,000. Lot 45x90, above high water, prico $700. Lot 57x100, valuable business loca tion near Putnam street, a bargain. Lot 54x150, In Norwood, fine location, $500. 2 Lots In Williamstown. 45x110, ?S00. Block of 19 lots, good Investment. Now 6 room house, lot 50x150, $1450. 5E5H5P5ESH5H5H5E5ciS W. o. WAV, lJ.G.llKHllIAM, I'res't. Vice I'ms'l. CIIAS. II. NK1VTOS, Tiens. THE DIME SAYINGS SOCIETY, MARIETTA, OHIO. MONEY LOANED on rtoal Estato, Government, or Municipal Bonds. 25H5E5H5HSH5BSH5E5ES DON'T BE FOOLED! Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Madlion MedU cine Co., Madlion. WlJ. It keeps you well. Our trade mark rut on each package. Price, 38 cents. Never sold INCQKFOniTrOIMl tUtC. Alk yOUf dfUgsUt. Butts McGfliiM FRANK PANHORST ?Hal of the pennies and the pounds will take care of themselves." Large things are but tin aggre gation of small CA! things. If -we take care of the small things we are in effect taking care of the large things which the small tilings combine to make. That is the philosophy of the old finan ci.il proverb, and its application is ns broad as human lift;. Take care of what you eat, when you eat, and how you eat, mid your stomach' will take care of itself. But who takes care of such trivial things? That is why, someday, the majority of people; have to take care of the stomach. Wheal that day comes, there is no aid so effec tive in undoing the results of past care lessness as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medicaid Discovery. It strengthens the stomach, and restores the organs of digestion and' nutrition to a condition of healthy ac tivity. It cures biliousness, heartburn, flatulence, indigestion, palpitation, diz ziness, cold extremities, and a score of other ailments which are but the symp toms of disorder in the stomach and its allied organs. If you are sick you can consult Dr. R. V. Tierce, Buffalo, N. Y., by letter, free of charge. Each letter is treated as sacredly confidential, nnd an answer is promptly sent in a plain envelope witn out printing or advertising upon it. '' t wai Irdffijted with Very frequSht headaches, often accompanied by severe vomiting," writer Miss Mary Uelle Snmmrrton. of San Diego, Duval Co., Texai. " My bowels were irregular and my stomach and liver seemed continually out of order. Often I could eat almost nothing, and sometimes absolutely nothing for twenty four hours at a time. I was entirely unfit for work, and mv whole system seemed so run-down that I feared o severe sick spell and was very much discouraged. I was advised to try Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery nnd aid so wltli such satisfactory results that before finish ing the third bottle I felt perfectly nble to under take the duties attending public school life, and contracted to do so. I most hcarlllv advise those suffering with indigestion, and Us attendant evils, to give this great medicine a fair trial " Use onlv Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets with "Gofileu Medical Discovery " .when a laxative is needed. Paint Neglect Costs Money. Jinny who care Iittlo for appearances aro equally regardless of the prescrta tlvo value of paint. Such economy brings an actual loss. A poorly pro tected building suffers more damage in one year than it should in ten. Good paint is always worth twice its cost. It is worth its cost as a bcauti fier, and it is worth still moro for tho protection it affords. Wo handlo nothing in paints that is not of the most worthy quality, and our prices will appeal to all who seek real economy. W. H. STYER, DRUGGIST, :: 210 Front Street. PLUE3BERS. Oils anil Steam Fitters. 210 Greene Street. Klertrirlaiis Marietta, Ohio It's up to You. The blush of the wild rose will tlngi the uncultivated flush of your complex ion and tho soul of health will lie In tho shade of your existence, cooling tho hot fevers of your blood that are burning to burst their confines and grapple with you in the grip of death If you take Cranberry Tone the one easy way of pulling out of the dumps. I could fill this papor with- testimonials telling of Crnn-berry-Tono cures but you are not In terested In tho affairs of others. Now let's get together, bo honest, tell mo how many bottles of spring wash you havo guzzled? How many beautiful little pills have stuck in your throat until coasted down on a gag? Now don't look coy, but tell me, do you foel better? No, of course not, and you'vo coughed up from $5 to $2 to help buy a horse for a patent medicine fakir. Say, Cranberry Tone Is tho only real ly, truly remedy for .that dreamy, drowsy, lazy languor that saps tho snap of Hfo away, caused by n pathetic liver, indolent kidneys and supino bluod. Braco up be a man. Cheer up bo a woio&n. And tako Cranberry Tone. Prico 75c a bottle, 3 bottles $2.00. Prepared by Yours for business, , WILL S. RICHARDSON. The Cut Rate Druggist. 127 Greonq street. t Phono 53. Fine Weather Is again with us. Sweet and jucy tropical fruits never tasted better than they do now. They are a luxury in every thing but in price if bought from JOHN JACOBS. Two store?, Front street and cor ner of Jail lot. Marietta phono I 4 Bell phone 637. "TAKE Hart Snarl S M The Marietta Daily Leader. FJIIDAY, MAY 3, 1901. NEWS NUGGETS. Personal Paracraohs and Pertinent Points. Mr. Hlchard Pinny, of wns a business visitor in Lelth, o., Marietta Thursday. Mr. Daniel Ludwlg, of Dyc was a caller In tho city and visited the Leader Thursday. Miss Besslo Brlghnm left the city Thursday for Athens to be the geust of lrlcnds for somo time. , Miss Laura WHUJiig returned to tho city Thursday after a brief visit nt her home in Lowell. Mr. Robcit C. Work, who is now located nt Sardls, was a business visi tor In the city Thuisdny. Thos. Congleton, who has been visiting relatives In this section for two weeks, returned Thursday to Fiora, Illinois. Mr. II. M. I'ape. who has accepted tho position of general manager of the Pcoplo's Telephone Company, at But ler, Pa., expects to leave soon to enter upon his duties. Mr. Edward Papc, who is just home from an extended trip through the South and West, as a result of which his health Is much Improved, expects to engage In tho poultry busi ness In Marietta at nn early nay. Miss Myra Sloano arrived home Thursday from a two weeks' trip to Washington, New York and points In the East. Miss Sloano accompanledj the Marietta teachers on their excur sion but remained until Wednesday visiting friends, Rev. A. J. Hawk advises the Lead-1 or that tho Oilman Avenue M. -E. Church building will in all probability be ready for occupancy one week from next Sunday. The Improvements to the building have added greatly not only to its appearance but also to 1U convenience. Miss Emma Wilhelm, who has been spending tho pabt eighteen months in New York, returned to the' city Thursday afternoon. Miss Wil helm spent tho larger part of this time in the Adirondack Mountains in order to regain hea'th in that Invigorating atmosphere. She returns much hn- provcti. f)f My lover built a house lor me ami tried to warm It with his naming heart. It did not work as you will see until he got me Rocky Mountain, Tea. Sue. Ask your druggist. SEVERAL APPOINTMENTS Have Just Been Announced by Governor Nash, Special to the Leader. Columbus, O., May 2. Governoi Nash 1ms mado several minor appoint ments. The only ono in which there was any contest was member of the board of control of the stato agricul tural experiment station. James T. Robinson, of Seneca county, was a can didato for re-appointment and the fai mer's organizations of the state urged the appointment of R. O. 'Hinsdale, of Medina county. Tho governor re-appointed Mr. Robinson. He has served but one term. ' The other appointments weie as fol lows: Sarah M. E. Battels, of Summit county, was appointed ono of the vis itors to the Soldiers and Sailors Orph ans' home. Henry C. Ranney, of Cuyahoga county, and William Howard Neif, of Hamilton county, were re-appointed members of the board of state chaii ties. Edwin Orton, of Franklin county, appointed to fill tho vacancy In the of fico of stato geologist, caused by tin death of his father, Edward Orton, Sr., was today rc-appolnted for a full term Hon. Selwyn N. Owen of Franklin county, was rc-appolnted a member of tho stato board of arbitration. A. F. Emlnger, Franklin county; L. P. Bethel, Portage county; O. N. Helso, Hamilton county, M. H. Fletcher, Hamilton county; W. A. Price, Cuya hoga county, wcro appointed on tho stato dental board. This Is the old board'nnd It Is rc-appolnted on the ie quest of 100 dentists o ' the state, thero being no opposition to it. Pa-Zi laundry does washing and ir oning. Glove Gleanar. Ladles, clean your kid gloves with LaBollo Glovo Cleaner, for sale only by Otto Bros., headquarters for dressed and undressed kid gloves. All the lead ing shades. Gloves fitted and warrant ed. IISTJECTOKS. We sell the Garfield, and guarantee them to give satis faction. The Marietta Mfg. Co. TRAGEDY CLEARED After Many Years by Establishing Identity of Dead Man, Special to the Leader. Ottawa, Ohio, May 2. Two and one half years after n sonsatlonal tragedy occurred in this county a photograph of a man killed In tho affair ha3 cleared up a mystery and established the Identity of a noted crook. In the hope of gaining a clue to the Identity of some tough characters he now has in keeping, Sheriff Miller sent out to the different police departments over tho country photographs of his "birds," and among them he placed tho photograph of an unknown man who was killed at Cascade, this coun ty, In 1S9S. One night in September of that year two men tried to gain entrance to the homo of Henry Meyers, a bachelor farmer, for the purpose of burglary. As they came trough the door Myers fired with an old rifle loaded with shot, and the foremost burglar dropped dead, with his revolver by his side. The second man grabbed the gun and splintered tho stock over Myers' head, and then ran. No cluo to tho iden tity of the dead man was ever discov ered until today. In response to the picture sent out, Sheriff Miller received a lettri from Chief of Police Ramsey, of Flndliiy, saying that he had positive proof that the dead man was John Beach, a noted crook, who had done tlmo in Allegheny, and for whom war rants v. ere got t out. Chief Ramsey also says ho knows who the man was with Hearti at Cascade, and is now working on a clue that will soon land him behind tho bars. State of Ohio, City of Toledo. Lucas County, ss. Frank J . Cheney makes oath that he Is the bPiiloi- partner of tho firm of V. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In tha city of Toledo, County and Stato afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case o Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before mo and subscribed in m presence, this Ctli day of De cember. A. D. 1S8C. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. .1. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Solrl by diugglsts, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. DIED FROM GRIEF Just One Week After Wife. Burial of Special to the Leader. Bowling Green, O., May 2. Just one week after tho lnteitnent of his wife, S. C. Dimick died from grief. He hail recently sold hi'j farm with the intention- of moving back to New Hampshire where he and his wife pas sed their childhood days. A few days before the time set for their departure Mis. Dimick took sick and died. Her funeral was held and upon returning to the home of his son Mr. Dimick was taken ill. He said that he had planned everything for his wife's comfort and pleasure and now that she was gone he had no desire to live longer. He sank steadily, de spite the constant attendance of a physician and died a week later. His death Is ascribed to grief over the loss of his wife. Appeals to the rason of thinking peo ple. The world is weary of substitu tlon, therefore see that yon get Rocky Mountain -Tea made by Madison Medi cine Co. 35c. , Ask your druggist. NEARING A CENTURY Harvey Demming, Aged 98 Years, Walks to Marietta. A most wonderful example of physi cal manhood Is represented In Mr. Harvey Demming, whoso homo Is near Constitution, this county. Mr. Demming Is ninety-eight yenr3 of age and is in excellent health, As evidenco of his strength and vigor it may be said that he walked to Marietta from his homo Thursday morning, the distance being six miles, and that the journey did not seem to tire him in the least. Ho arrived here at an early hour, transacted what business he had to do. and returned home tho same way ho camo. Railroads to him arc useless. , Mr. Demming Is said to bo the old est man in AVoshlngton county, and he stands a good chance to pass the cen tury murk. How Are Your Kidney f Dr. Hobbs' 8parnrm Pills euro nil klitnor Ul. Hanj" pla free. Add. tjtorllnK Iteioedr Co., Chicago or N. , Appointed Instructress. Miss Iva McCrea, of this city, has been appointed to tho position of in structress In elocution and oratory in tho Ladles' Seminary at Duckhannon, W. Va. Miss McCrea possesses marked ability In her chosen lino of work and has thorougly quallflcd herself for the duties which sho will undertake. She will go to Buckhannon at tho opening I of the Fall terra, September 1st. LOOK If you wnut tho Greatest Bni gain ever offered in a Magnificent, Everett Baby . Grand Piano. BETTER SEE US AT ONCE. Tho Everett is recognized all over tho world as a high grade piano. It ii the instrument used by the famous Ilussiau Pianist, Ossip Grabrilowitsoli, during his recent concert tour in America This instrument has been used only by Mr. Stevens in his studio nnd is practically new. It will be sold at wholesale price or less, if sold within the next 30 days. Here is a chance which may not recur in a life time. it: mm w m :m co. CARPET OF ALL KINDS. Over 300 new and beautiful patterns to select from. Look over our line and get our prices before buying. er & TJlarhane, 203 Second street, lliiey Slock. H ( Rubber Tires for Carnages. sj We have recently received a large shipment of f ES Rubber tires for carnages and can supply them on 5 j short notice. We guarantee all tires to be first E quality and prices as low as the lowest. We also E repair vehicle tires. Call and get prices. I The Big Foiar Cycle Co. I HL WELL MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING REQUIRED FOR Oil and Gas Wells, Pipe Lines, Refineries, Steam, Gas and Water. MARIETTA, O. PITTSBURG, BRADFORD OIL CITY, PA. SLHQ. TIEL'IEj -(feBr-aA ACM MARIETTA, OHIO, Manufacturers of Paving, Large stock constantly on promptly. Phone 405. Works located at Norwood or Eas Marietta. THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY. Loans monoy on diamonds, watches, jewelry, etc. liuy 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 seo us. Goods called for and delivered. THE AMERICAN LOAN CO., E. IIknslky, Mgr., Ill FrontSt., Phone 381. Hot r DENTIST, OTTO BLOCK Putnam Street. J. R. GLEASON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon. HOMEOPATHIC. No. 507 Fort Street, Marietta. Ohio, SPECIALTIES: Diseases or Skin. Diseases of Eyes. Fitting Glasses. Sent. 14, 1900. HERE! F. SUPPLY BRICK COMPANY, Pressed and hand, and Common Brick, brick delivered DON'T TOBACCO SPIT and SMOKE YourLifeawavt You can be cured of any form of tobacco usIdk easily, lie mado well, stroug, magnetic, full nt new life and vigor by taking NO-TO-DAC, that makes weak men strong. Many gain ten pounds in ten days. Over 500,000 cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed, nook let and advice l'RKIJ. Address STBRLINU RSMUDV CO., Chicago or New York. 437 I.lVi: MUX WANTKI). They CURE DANDItUFF. HAIR FALLING, HEADACHE, etc., yet cos'3 the same as an ORDINARY comb. What's that? Why, Dr. White's Elec tric Oomb. The only natoneted Comb In tho world. Pooplo, everywhere ii has been introduced, are WILD with delight. You simply comb your hair each day, and tho comb does tho rest. This wonderful comb Is simply un breakable and It Is mado so that It la ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to brook or cut the hair. Sold on a written guarantee to glvo PERFECT satisfac tion In EVERY respect. Sond Stamps for one. Ladles' sizo 60c Gents' elza 35c. Live men and women wanted ev erywhere to introduco this article. Sells on sight. Agents aro wild with success. (Seo want column of this paper.) Address D. N. Rose, Gen. Mfr.. Decatur, 111. Dec, 18, lyear-D & W, " . 4 Si , . iu It&V- mi' &. , .'A . ..