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'iMlCSflMNlPjiftt ') u ;s . niiMiMWi'WHAii iiliiiiww i'rffiiigijhiiilw,Wiftta,,WHtilffii)il I ?0 !' f I THE SEASON If you want to be in line you want to buy a fine buggy of the Ohio Valley Wagon Co. We have one of the finest lots of Buggies, Phaetons and Surreys that has ever come to Marietta. We handle the famous Columbus Buggy Co.'s work which was awarded the Gold Medal at the Paris Exposition In 1900. 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 kinds. 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 Ohio Valley Wagon Co, ANANAS ! We receive a car of bananas every week. We are going to sell them at 5 and 10 cents per dozen. The best lemons at 15c per 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. Telephone 309. A.C. t W. B. EBINGER, J. S. H. TORNER, President. Vice President. S. L. ANGLE. Cashier. GERMAN NATIONAL BANK, MARIETTA. OHIO. Began Business August 1, 1899 Capital, Surplus $100,000 $7,500 Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Solid. FOR SALE. Two new 4-room houses, with city vatcr, gas, hard finish mantles, etc., on AN est Side, ?1100 each. Terms, ?200 cash, balance $13.00 per month. A 5-rooin house and lot 45x180 ft. on Fou: 'h street, near Montgomery street, ?2,000. Four lots at the head of Fourth street, $300 each. Several lota on Ninth street, from $100 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. J, A, j Ward-NIcholn Block. Carpet cleaning and carpet laying, furniture packed and cleaned. Work of all kinds done promptly. George W. Curtis, Manager. 724 Second Street. Mch. 19-tf. Marietta Phone No. 235. G. W. WINGHELL, Groceries and General Produce, Restaurant in Connection, Meals at all Hours Bell Phono, Wllliauistown, 48. C or. Ferry Stroot anil Railroad Avenue, Wll lUuwlowu, W. V. Piier Son IS NOW OPEN. Announcements, REPRESENTATIVE. I am a candidate for re-election as Representative for Waebinaton 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. COUNTY TREASURER. Editor Leader: Please announce me as a candidate for the office of Treas urer of Washington County, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. S. A. COPPMAN. Editor Leader: Please announce my name as a candidate for the office 01 County Treasurer, subject to the will of the coming Republican convention 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. O. THOMPSON, Barlow Township. Please announce that I am a candi date for Treasurer, subject to tho decls Ion of the Washington county Republi can convention. J. P. WAGNER, Beverly, O. Editor Leader Please announce the name of P. F. Dana as a candidate for Treasurer at the coming count convention subject to Republicans ol Washington county. NEWPORT REPUBLICANS. CLERK OF COURTS. Editor Leader: Pleaso announce that I will bo a candidate for re-election for the office of Clerk of Courts subject to the will of the coming Re publican County Convention. ORLANDO TROTTER. COl'NTY COMMISSIONER. Editor Leader Please announce that 1 am a candidate for Commission- of Washington County, subject to ttie decision of the Republican Conven tion. M. McMILLIN. ICdltor Leader: Please announce na: : will be a candidate for the offlVe 3t "oi'.'tr roiMi.issioner of WashiCR tiD 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 of the Republican County Convention to be held June 18, 11)01. BERNARD ROD1CK. Editor Leader: Please announce the name of Mat. Augensteln, of Adams Township, as a candidate for County Commissioner, subject to the decision of the coming Republican County Con 's ention. INFIRMARY DIRECTOR. Editor Leader Pleaso announce my name as a candidate for tho cfflco o' Infirmary Director from the Fourtn Ward subject to the will of the coming Republican County Convention. FRED KOERNER. Editor Leader- Please announce that I will bo a candidate for Infirmary T'liectoi of Washington county at tho Not ember election, subject to tho de cision of the Republican Convention. R E HULL, Fairfield Township. NERVITA PILLS Restore Vitality, Lost'lgor md Manhood Cure Impotoncy, Night Emissions, Loss of Mem. ory, nil wustlm; diseases. alio IToctsof solf-iiljuso or 6 PILLS 50 CTS. oxcoss nnd Indiscretion. A nerve tonic and blood builder. Brines tho nine clow to nolo cheeks and restores tho llro or joutli. liy mall ,fiOc wor Ikii. 6 boxes for $2.50, with our bankable gaurantee to cure or refund the money paid, bond for circular and cpyot our bunkaulu t'uuruuteo bond. NervitaTablets EXTRA STRENGTH tvnr Trtw t inffrl liuiutumis (Buna iHtm.itl.l. n.anl,. Positively Guaranteed enro for Loss of Power, Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs, Paiosls, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra tion, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and the Results of Excosiive Uso of Touncco, Opium i Lfauor. Bv mall In plain nacknee. Sl.i iUU man box, O for $6.00 with our bankable eruiin antes bond to cure la SO days or refund money paid. Addross HER VITA MEDICAL CO. Clinton & Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, ILfe Sold By JJe&glo ,& Lytle and A. J Richards, Druggists, Marietta, Ohio. 1 fv3 i rife si& Ms Memorial. Tho Board of Managers of tho Worn, an's Homo desire to express to tho family nnd tho public their realization of tho great loss they have sustained In tho death of their friend, Mr. E. R. Alderman. It Is but n Just trlbuto to the mem ory of tho deceased to say that in "e grcttlng his removal from our midst wo mourn for one who was worthy our respect and regard; for one whoso no ble character prompted him to bo over ready to proffer tho hand of aid and tho voice of sympathy to tho needy and distressed. t Mr. AlUerman has been a momber of (he Board of Trustees slnco the foun dailon of tho Home, and during all these years ho hn3 been one of tho most trusty and valued advisers of the Board of Managers and has ever labor ed for the welfare and prosperity of the Institution. Whether In darkness or sunshlno Ins judgment was appealed to, words of cheer, encouragement and wise counsel were over freely given. To the bereaved family, In this sad hour of deep affliction, we tender our heai tfelt sympathy. EVA B. CRAIG, Sectctary of the Board of Managers of Woman's Home. K. C. P. Kay's Celery Powders cure headacho INSTANTLY. Guaranteed. Your money back if they don't. Unlike other headache powders, they are per fectly harmless; depending on .the curative properties of CELERY, which acts direct on the nerves. Man. ufactured by Klrby Drug Company, For sale by all druggists. May 21-tt- MAYOR FLEISCHMANN Sells a Hores in New York for Thirty Thousand Dollars. Special to the Leader. Now York, June 13. The great run ning stallion Halma, owned by Julius Flclschmann, mayor of Cincinnati, has been sold to a European for something like $30,000. It is believed that the buyer Is Jean de Reszske, the famous tenor, and that Halma is destined for service In De Reszske's stud in Poland. Halma Is considered one of the best horses that ever lived. He is by Han over, son of Hindoo. His dam was Ju lia L., u Longfellow mnie. He was bred by the late Byron McClelland. In the Phoenix hotel stakes he covered a mile and a furlong in 1:52V and in the Latonia derby, with 157 pounds, he made a mile and a half in 2:34. Hal ma developed a bad leg as a four-year-old and had to be retired to the stud. A woman in Idaho got a divorce from her husband because he would not take her to the Paris Exposition. He testified In court that he was afraid ot water and that he was afraid to get into a bathtub even, he got so seasick. That man has indigestion just as a good many others we know and should take Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Get icat CURTIS & HUTCHMAN, CHARLES R. BUCHANAN The Bride was Pretty and Wealthy By Associated Press. Chicago, June 12. The yealthiest womanln her own name in Indianapo lis was married here this afternoon. She was tho young and pretty daugh ter of the' late Mason J. Osgood, a piomlnent dealer in real estate who died a few months ngo without leaving a will. The bride of today, Miss Id. M. Osgood, In her entire estate, has $500,000. The bridegroom, Clarence Stanley, also a lesldent of Indianapo lis, was a salesman for a wholesale paint houso In that city. The cere mony was porfoimed at the home of a f i lend of the bride's family, Mrs. B. F. Tllden, and was attended by several i datives of tho bride. Everybody liable to Itching piles. Rich and poor, old and young tertlble the torture they suffer. Only one sure cure; Doan's Ointment. Absolutely sate; cant' fail. i.ivu .mi:n im'i:i. They CURE DANDRUFF, HAIB FALLING, HEADACHE, etc., yet cosy the same as an ORDINARY comb What's that? Why, Dr. White's Elec tric Comb. The only Dateneted ComL In tho world. People, everywhere l, has been Introduced, are WILD with delight. You simply comb your hair each day, and the comb does the rest This wonderful comb is simply un breakable and It Is made so that It Is ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to break or cut the hair. Sold on a written guarantee to give PERFECT satisfac tion In EVERY respect. Send stamps for one. Ladles' size 50c. Gents' size 35c. Live men and women wanted ev erywhere to Introduce this article Sells on sight. Agents are wild with success. (Seo want column of thlf. paper.) Address D. N. Rose, Gen. Mgr Decatur, 111. Dec. 18, lyear-D & V.' Common Pleas Court, Tho case of Catharine Wngner et al' vs. Frederick Rodnkcr et al Ik being tried in common pleas court. The cnte will tnko the greater part of three days. The jury Is composed of h. De vino, Thomas Clcary, J. D. . Varner, Henry C. Posey, Samuel Boston, Mack Gamble, Jacob Thels, Geo. Schad, E. G Drigham, It. D. Coojte, Ray M. Beagle nnd Clias. Streckcr. "And tho nights shall bo filled with music, And tho enros that infest tho day Shall fold up thoir tents like tho Arabs, And as silently steal nwny." Longfollow know tho soothing powor of music; ho know Its grand inilucnco for good. A ljomo without a piano or music of some sort doesn't seem quito n homo: somothing scorns to bo wanting. It's easy enough to hnvo music in tho house nowadays. Pockot your doubts, and come to us. We'll soon show you the way. Schneider & Alden, Music and Picture Dealers, 232 FRONT STREET. New Matamoras. Mr. Ed. Humphrey and Harry Den how, of New Martinsville, wero here Sunday visiting friends. Misses May and Pearl Calvert, of Sls torsville, visited at Mr. R. H. Cunning ham's of Main street, the early part of the weel;. Rev. Zachary, of Kentucky, Is hold ing a series of protracted meetings this .week at Bradfield's Hall. Misses Amelia Gross and Nlnna Ma chetanz were shopping in Sistersville, Wednesday. Mr. Eugene Martin, who has been visiting his grandfather, Dr. F. P. Martin, of Proctor, returned home Tuesday. Mr. J. D. McMunn was at Wheeling, Thursday, to see his brother, Phil, who has been quite ill. A surprise party was given for Rev. Lamme, the German Methodist minis ter, south of town, Tuesday, by his church members. About forty people were piesent and quite an enjoyable time was bad. Miss Ada Finney, of New Martins ville, spent Sunday at home. Miss Flora Richardson is visiting her brother, W. S. Richardson, of Marietta. Born to Rev. and Mrs. Dixon, a daughter, June 10th. Born, to Mr! and Mrs. J. Young, a daughter, Juno 10th. A birthday party was given by MI n'a Gross, to eighteen of her friends, in honor of her eleventh birthday, Tues day afternoon, from 2 until 4:30. Quite an enjoyable time wns had by the young people. Among those who have arrived in the city to attend the May-Work wed ding are: Mr. and Mrs. L. Small, of Woodsfield, 0., Miss Mnry Conley, of Now Cumberland, W. Va., Miss Edith Mills, ot Marietta, Miss Charlotte Work and Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Logan, 0. Mis. William Cochran, of Martin's Ferry, came down Wednesday to at tend the W. C. T. U. Convention. Tho W. C. T. V Convention is being held in the M. E. Church here Thurs day and Friday. A game of base hall wns played hero Thursday, between Newport and Mat amoras. COMING t IlBStl'i rO-People-70 Performances at 2 and 8 V. M. 2.")0--Admis3ion Redueeil--2rc. HARRISON BRO New and Ancient South Funny comedinns, Sweetest Singers, STRICTLY REFINED: Grotoscjup dances of colored race. Parade at Noon. Cake Walk on Street, ? MONDAY, JUNE 17. Parade halts at St. Uloud Hotel, whore men nnu womon, in lull dress, givo n sample of tho 'Madibon Square cake walk. Hear Cathedral Church Choir. R2Show Grounds, Ice llarboi Lot. Wall Paper If it is Wall Paper you want, our Now Wall Papar Department, find the la rev at stock in the Latest Designs and Color ings evet shown in the City. Bought direct from New York and Philadelphia mills at prices to suit everybody. The Marietta Paint & Color Co. 182 FRONT AWNINGS AND DBOP CURTAINS. We hdvo IN STOOK adjustable Awn ings and Drop Curtains that will fit all Windows, Doom and Porches. Can bo put up on one day's notice. Also tke ordeis for all styles of Store Awnings, Tent3, Curtains,, and Canvas Covering?. HAG AN & SCHAIX 249251 Second St. Opp. Union J. W. OOUDMA, Funoral Director and Embalmor. Prompt attention In ciilU City or Country, Day or Night. Lads Assistant whim niwricd, Rllcj Block, No. 1 Tlbcr-way between Front uml Second streots, Miuiettn, Ohio. Phono 29". IP. J. CUTTER, (Ex-Probate Judge.) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC. Offlce 227 Putnam Street. 3 Doors Above Court pouse Dit. (i. w. eiibi. Offlcn No. 304 Front Stroot, OpposltoSoldlorB'Mominient. Uosldonor No. 618 rurth Street. Tele; hone connection. UNDERWOOD A IjUDEY. Attorneys At Law. Corner Secon J and Putnam btro:s Rooms No. 7 and !), Marietta. Obi TABEZ BELFORU, Attornoy and Counselor at L.iw. Ofllce on Putnam St. WAY & HANCOCK, Attornoys-At-Lnw. Room 20, third floor St. Clair Building. J, C. BRKNAN. C. C. MIDDLESWART 1IUKNAN & MIUlLi:WAUT. Attornova at Law. Davis Building, Marietta, Ohio. W. i:. SYKKS, I.uwjer mill Notnr Stenographer in OHice, Mills Hulldimr, Mnriettu, Ohio. T D AAI?ri De.Uer in Ilea J. r. WrtnU, Estati and Gen eral Loan Agent. Ward-Nichols llloclt. SJ. HATHAWAY, . Attorney at I,ctw. ovoi Leador Offlce. Cor. Float and Pmn COEN & WILSON, Altorni-jH at I,u, Rooms 2.1 and 2Ti St. Cla Building, Putnam Street, Marietta, Ohio. CHABLKH W. KIOUAEDS, Attorney at Ltw, Officoon I'ntram direct. Marietta, G. W. STRECKBR, Kf00Tc Knox Savage liulldlng, Putnam S trust. Marl etta Onto. NTEAIOLLLTI Attorneys at Lt. Oder In Lnw llulldlntr. BARER and CONFECTIONER, 112 Putnam Street Finest Ice Cream and Ices. Cators to Parties and Clnbn BUY THE GENU.NE YRUP OF FIQS ... MANUFACTURED BY ... CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. IE-NOTE THE XAME. Don't Be Fooledi Take the genuine, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Made only by Aladlaon MedU cine Co., Madison. VVU. It keeps you well. Our trade, mark cut on each package. Price, 35 cents. Never sold In bulk. Accept no substl iHconpoR.Tioi.n uue. ask your aruEeui. itrKv ur .sTV Reward will be paid for flL tr m B nny case of Nasal Catarrh, feH Catarrh of Head or Ca ll . V tnrrhal deafness that can- . not be permanently cured - by DUNSKNS CREAM CATARRHAL. Cures catarrh easily nnd pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes and heals the membrane. Containa no murcury nor other injurious drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gives Instant relief. Regular size, fifty cents, hntn plo and full directions free on request by C. W. llecgs, Sons & Co,, Chicago, HI. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT nnd SMOKE Your Llfenwnvl You can be cured of any form of tobacco uslnit easily, be made well, strong, magnetic, full of new life and lgor by taking NO-TO-DAO, that makes weak men strong. Many pain ten pounds in ten days. Over BOO.OOO cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Book, let and advice 1'UIJI!. Address STURLINQ 1UIMUDY CO., Culcago or MeK York. U7 ,, ., JACOB PFUFF. and Paints. it will pay you to visit wherej you will STREET. Marietta, Ohio. Dopot. I"1 ' trtt irr-,. ., ,. ,,--.. r-.. fU W.O.WAT, K. O. UKIOIIAM, Pres't. Vice 1'ren'l. r CIIAS. H NKWTON, Treaa. THE DIME SAVINGS SOCIETY, MARIETTA, OHIO. MONEY LOANED on Roal In Eetato, Govornmont, or in municipal Bonds. Gi5E5E5E5H5E5HSHSH5H5H5H -VIA- B. & 0. S.W. TO ANNUAL MEETING UNITED SOqiETi' OF CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR, AT CINCINNATI OHIO, 6th to JOlh, July 1901, TICKETS WILL BE SOLD From all points nioro thnn 150 miles distant from Cincinnati, July 5th, Gth and 7th, and on July 8th from nil points 350 miles or less distant from Cincin nati. Tickets will bo good returning to July 14th, with privilege of oxtonsion to nnd including August Hist, 1001. B. & O. S-W. Trains land you at Central Union Station, within a fow minutes walk of all the principal hotels and business housed. Tho Train Ser vice is unexcelled, and the Road Bed finest on earth. Illustrated Guide to Cincinnati con taining full particulars and Map of tho City will lie furnished on application to any Ticket Agent, or by addressing o. p. Mccarty, General Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, O. -VIA- B.&G.5- ..TO., FIFTH International Convention pwortii League J .AT... San Francisco California, July I8.fi to 21st, I90J, TIOKIITS WHJ, Hi: t)OM) July 5th to 12th inclusive; nlbo on July l.'tth for biicli trains as deliver passen gers to western lines nt St. Louis, Ileardstown or other B. & O. S-W. Junc tion mints on the same day. Before purchasing tickets via any. other lino consult Agents B. (; O. S-W. It. H. for full particulars regarding stop, overs nnd other accommodations. Com plete folder can bo secured on applica tion, O. P. McCARTY, Oenornl Passengor Agent. CINCINNATI, O. P fl m i. 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