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DISEASES AND DEATH.
THE SEASON IS NOW OPEN.
Some Affections That Have the Ef
fect of Prolonging Life.
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If you want to be in line you want to buy a fine buggy of
the Ohio Valfey Wagon Co. We have one of the finest lots
of Buggies, Phaetons and Surreys that has ever come to
We handle the famous Columbus Buggy Co.'s work
which was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition
in J 900. We have a line of other high and medium grade
work and manufacture one of the best farm wagons that there
is on the market. Also grocery and delivery wagons' of all
You will not make any mistake in buying of The Ohio
.Valley Wagon Co. We make the best buck wagon that is
on the market. Call at our sales room opp. Union Depot and
see our fine stook.
The (Mo Valley Wagon Co,
We receive a car of bananas
every week. We are going
to sell them at 5 and 10 cents
per do2en. The best lemons
at 15c oer dozen; 2 dozen for
25c We get our goods by
the car lots. We sell cheaper
than any fruit stand in town.
All fruit stands in town buy
their fruits from us. Just call
and see our prices. Pine ap
ples 10c apiece. Oranges 20
cents per doz. We would be
pleased to have you call and
see us ! We have three of
the biggest fruit stands in the
city, No. 8 Tiber Way, But
ler street; Putnam street, be
low the Post office; Corner
Green and Ohio.
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W. H. EBIKGER, J. S. H. TORNER.
President. Yice President.
S. L AHGLE. Cashier.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
. MARIETTA. OHIO.
Began Business August 1, 1899
Foreign and Domestic
an si Sold.
T'.Trt nnw A-iTrim trltme i,M, rttf,.
, j r ,, -j- wiriu uiuoua, nivu uivj j
vuier, gas, naru nnisii mantles, etc., on
"v est Side, ?1100 each. Terms, $200
cash, balance $15.00 per month.
A 5-room house and lot 45x180 ft.
on Fourth street, near Montgomery
Four lots at the head of Fourth
street, $300 each.
Several lots on Ninth street, from
3100 to $150.
Also a good fi-room house with sum
mer kitchen, cistern, well, etc., and
large lot for rent In the upper part of
the city, $15.C0 per month.
Carpet cleaning and carpet
laying, furniture packed and
cleaned. Work of all kinds
George W. Curtis,
724 Second Street.
G. W. WINCHELL,
Groceries a lid General Produce,
Restaurant in Connection,
Meals atall Hours
If, Boll Phono, Willinmstown, iB.
pi ,) Cor, Ferry Street nuil Railroad Aysuue, Wll
ffiji , llumstown, YY. Yu.
I am a candidate for re-election as
Representative for Washington county,
subject to the decision of the Republi
can nominating: Convention.
C. C. MIDDLESWART.
Editor of Leader Please announce
that I am a candidate for the Repub
lican nomination for Representative.
JOHN H. RILEY.
Editor Leader: Please announce mo
as a candidate for the office of Treas
urer of Washington County, subject to
the decision of the Republican County
Convention. S. A. COFFMAN.
Editor Leader: Please announce mj
name as a candidate for the ofllce 01
County Treasurer, subject to the will
of the coming Republican conveutlou.
GEORGE M. COOKE.
Editor Leader: Please announce
that I am a candidate for Treasurer of
Washington county, subject to the will
of the Republican nominating Conven
tion. D. 0. THOMPSON,
Please announce that I am a candi
date for Treasurer, subject to the decls
ion of the Washington county Republi
J. F. WAGNER,
Editor Leader Please announce the
name of F. F. Dana as a candidate
for Treasurer at the coming county
convention subject to Republicans of
CLERK OF COURTS.
Editor Leader: PlcaBe announce
that I will be a candidate for re-election
for the office of Clerk of Courts
subject to the will of the coming Re
publican County Convention.
Editor Leader: Please announce
that 1 am a candidate for Commlssion
v of Washington County, subject to
the decision of the Republican Conven
tion. M. McMILMN.
Editor Leader: Please announce
"ha: : will be a candidate for the oue
ot 7oi:itT Commissioner of Washing
ton county subject to the decision of
the Republican nominating convention.
L. J. CUTTER.
Kindly announce that the under
signed is a candidate for the nomina
tion of County Commissioner subject
to the decision ot the Republican
County Convention to be held June 18,
Editor Leader: Please announce the
name of Mat. Augensteln, of Adams
Township, as a candidate for County
Commlsssloner, subject to the decision
of the coming Republican County Con
Editor Leader Pleaso announce my
name as a candidate for the efflec n(
Infirmary Director from the FourtO
Ward subject to the will of the coming
Republican County Convention.
Editor Leader: Please announce
that I will be a candidate for Infirmary
3 'i lector of Washington county at the
November election, subject to the do
clslon of the Republican Convention.
R. E. HULL, Fairfield Township.
"C.lNliAllDTS ilo nil claimed for them
and jro a truly wonderful medicine, I hare of ten
tmljeri fur a medicine plcubnm lo tukeand at last
have found It In Cunc.irets. Hlnco taking tticni, m
blood has beeiHiiiritletl and inr complexion hax Im
proved womlerfullr ami 1 leul much better In crerf
nay," Mtts.dAl.Lii: i:. bULLAiis. Irjttrcll.Teuu.
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do
Oood, NercrSlcKen. Weaken. or Gripe. 10c,2Jc,M)c.
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Uft.Tfl.RAP Sold and guaranteed br all drug-
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SuriirlHlnu; Amtcpiloim 1y Mcrilcnl
AutlMirltlrn ConeornliiK Supimim- ''
cilly ljplrlmi-iilnl IMiynlenl
One of the latest medical theories
is that certain tllsenses ward oft
death. JSheimiutlc people, for (n
Maiire. nre said rarely to till young.
Why. the medical men are unable ,to
rn but it Is probable that the bipod
nc(iilre.s some property which is fatal
to the germs of other diseases. A doc
tor of experience has noticed the fact
Hint in ti family of five or six broth
ers iml .sisters, one of whom is rheu
matic, that' one will outlive the oth
ers, as u rule. If gout can be kept
away from the heart and confined-to
the big toe the patient is likely to
live to be !)() or 100 years old. It is
said that this is due to the fact that
the disease purifies the blood. -
If one hits an nttaek of smallpox
nml lives through it, he stands an
excellent chance of attaining n ripe
old age. In a census of aged people
taken ninny years ago it was found
Hint a large percentage of them were
pock-marked. Tills led nn cmlucni
physician to make a calculation which
proicil that there were twice as ninny
poek-niiirked people over SO years old
a, there would haie been had not the
smallpox exercised n preset-! at ivc' in
fluence. He accounted for this curious
fact li.v concluding' that the smallpox
microbe frightens away all other nii
rrohes. just as nils frighten away
mice rrmii a house.
Deafness is said to ham the proper
ty of adding to the victim's age. Now
niut then a deaf man is run over lu
n city street, but when deaf people
prudently pitch their tents in the
country their chances of a long life
arc extremely good. The true ex
planation of this is declared to lie
the fact that deafness saves people a
lot oT norry over small matters and
from the near and tear of noises.
Bronchitis often shorten, life, but
in some eases it has the opposite ef
fect. A large number of the old peo
ple one meets cough all the year
round with chronic, bronchitis. One
would think to listen to them that
they must cough theinselics to death
soon, but that is not so. The cough
ing helps the heart to circulate the
hlood, and. in fact, gives exercise to
many of the organs. Onl.i for this
daily exercise many old people's
ii'cchnnlsiu nould get fatally clogged.
Beside, a man with bronchitis will
not sit in a draught, he win avoid
getting wet and will not stay out half
the night losing bis sleep and "painty
ing the town" with the "boys." j
Perhaps the,niost surprising asser
tion is that disease in parents often
confers long life on children. The
contrary is believed, popularly, and
no doubt there is some ground for
the belief. Sonic time ago the Brit
ish Medical association imestigated
the subject of old ngc. Taking nil)
people aged from SO to 00 years, they
inquired Into their family history.
Here is the result:
There was cancer in -It families;
consumption in 0," families; gout in
TM families; rheumatism in SO fami
lies; insanity in 1,1 families; apo
plexy and paralysis in I'.' families.
I bus tliere was a history of dead
ly diseases in the families of 2."H of
the old people In 47 more families
there was liken isc some grnie dis
ease. And only If) fnmilie.s were free,
or said to be free, from those mala
dies uhich usuall,! are supposed, to be
IIoiih'm ot! Itonlly.
It is rumored in (Ireat llrltnlii that
n ro.ial resilience is to be built in Ire
land i the king. (Jueen Victoria, after'
her lisit lo Ireland last year, is said
to bale expressed a desire that in fu
ture some member of her family should
x is.it Ireland every ,enr. and King Ed
ward is known to be intent on carry
ing out ei cry wMi of his mother, as
far as known to him. It is considered
probable that the king's onh brother,
Ihe duke of C'oniiniiglit, with the ilueh-
!'.. u ill spend a part of everj year
there, as they tire great l, attached to
the Irish people. The Irish return the
ft cling, especially as the duke bears
nn Irish title. They will haic Clar
ence house asa London residence. The
duke of Fife and the duchess (Princess
Loiii.se of Wales) prefur Scotland, as a
rule, but a ro,nl residence in Loudon
Mill be assigned to them. The duchess
is not strong, anil tlnds greater chnrni,
it is saitl, in :i ijuiet home life than in
sociel,!. rather, mother and' the little
Ladies Dull' are often to be seen at
Brighton in a quiet part of the bench,
pla.iing iiitli pebbles, spades and pails,
like the most commonplace of cltiens.
-V. V. Tribune.
Cirrnt IIiinIiiii t'limil M'hi'iiir,
All Aiiiei'leun eiiiiieci' iiiimed Wil
son and two liussluu military en
mincers named ONrhtseliiirskl and
tSarahowslcl lime npiillcil to the iius
hiaii government for a eoiiecsslou for
const nii'tliif,' and maintaining a nil!,)
canal between the Caspian t,i'i ami
the llliiek sen, says a St. J'etersbnrg
corri'siiontlent. Aeeorilln to the
plans the eanal is to be AGO kilo
meters In length and to cost 300,000,
000 rubles. The minister of ilnanco
has gone into the seheiuo and re'
ferred it to the minister of coininuiii
eations, who will lime to jjlve his eon
bent before the i-oiices.sion ean be
granted..V. Y. Sun.
How much easier It is to be patient
with your own mistakes than it M
with the mistakes of others, isomer-'
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It aims to maintain its estab
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136 Front St. Marietta, O,
"And, tho nights shall bo filled, with
And the cares that infest the day
Shall fold up their tents like the Arabs,
And as silently steal away."
Longfellow knew the soothing jiowcr
of music; ho knew its grand influence
for good. A home without a piano or
music of some sort doesn't seem cpuito
a home: something seems to bo wanting.
It's easy enough to have music in tho
house nowadays, Pocket your doubts,
and como to us. We'll soon show you
Schneider & Alden,
Music and Picture Dealers.
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N . OINOINNATI, O.
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ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office 227 Pu'-nani Street,
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rJ Attornoy and Counselor at Law.
Offlco on Putnam St.
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J. C. BKKN.VN. C. C. MIDDLKSWART
IIKII.NAN A: .MlI)l)l.i:sVAItT,
Attortifvs at Law.
Dnis IluildliiR, Marietta, Ohio.
W, K, SYKIIS, luwi er nml Notary
Stenographer ill Ollicn, II I lis lliiilding,
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; Attorney at Lv,
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Attornr7 t Law,
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Price, 33 cents. Never o!d
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Pjnest Ice Cream and lees.
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MISS JOSEPHINE J. NIKON,
Who for tho past 11 years has been in
charge of tho Optical Department In D.
B. Anderson's jewelry store, will no'v
bo found at Hutchinson's Bargain
Storo. Sho will contlnuo to glvo tho
same careful attention to Touting and
Fitting eyes, and adjusting frames.
Also repairing spectacles, Jewelry and
clocks. Engraving doilo on short no
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