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Just received. A largo Invoice of
frames and picture mouldings of tho
latest pntterns and most beautiful de
signs. Odd sizes made to order.
The Marietta Picture Man.
thk jeweler !
Deals In everything to be found In a first
class Jewelry Store.
Ho sells tho Quad Cnmeril !
Join the thiong tliat is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice paper.-) at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Will buy more good looks in
clothes from us than any
HIGHER or LOWER if you like
Tailor-Made. If they don't
fit don't take 'em.
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street,
Next to Candy Store over arch.
Wo have several great bargains in
second hand 'wheels. 'OS, '04 and '05
wheels at from (30 to $75. If you want
an old wheel or a new one let us talk
with you. We handle tho Fowler,
Sterling and Temple lines. Best on tho
market At Itodick Hardware Cp.
Koerner & Richardson
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, I80O
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
William Streeker and John Slamak
or are putting a road thrbugh their
lands from Fairvlcw Heights to Mr.
Streckor's; and thoy will plat tho same
into town lots and placo thom upon tho
Mr. J. P. Harris, of Ottawa, Lan.,
was a few days since chosen by tho Re
publicans of tho Second District of
Kansas, to bo their candidato for Con
gress, after a hard fought contest of
113 ballots. Mr. Harris is an own
cousin of Captain William Harris, of
this city, and is a prominent farmer
Dr. S. C. Hardy has a pot in the
shape of a tortoise that has taken un
its abode in his office. Tho pot is a
quiet littlo'box of bones, and it is tho
Doctor's delight to show off the many
accomplishments acquired by it. Tho
thing follows the Doctor about tho of
flee, and on the Doctor's appearance it
will come to him with every nerve
athrlll, wagging its tail and licking its
master's hands with delight. The
Doctor has taught the tortoise to stand
on its tail, and it can almost say papa.
In tho case of the complaint against
Peter Latterner, growing out of tho
trouble which occurred Saturday near
Steohr's saloon and during which Lat
terner struck Frank Albrecht, a num
ber of witnesses have been sub
poenaed and the trial will probably bo
held before the Mayor today.
J. W. Hughes has rented the Ber
nard Rodick house on Second street,
below Wooster, and will move into the
same in a day or two.
Mrs. M. F. Fast, of Allegheny, and
M. A. Parker, of Beverly, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dearth, West Side.
Mr. P. Palmer, of Whipple, and
Moses Palmer, his son, of Wheeling,
were in'Marietta yesterday on business.
C Attorney R. A. Underwood, of the
law firm of Ludey & Underwood, was
at Vincent Tuesday on business.
The little Wildermuth child, men
tion of whose illness has been made, if
improving. The child is sick with
A handsome new flag, 10x17 feot in
size, has been purchased for the city
in accordances with the recommenda
tion of Mayor Meisenhelder. A flag
polo 30 feet high will be erected and it
is expected that Old Glory will be fly
ing over tho Hall by Decoration Day.
H. I. and J. M. Wendelken, who
were called hero by tho death of their
mother, will return home to Ports
mouth this morning. Their wives will
remain here for several days visiting
Mrs. T. J. Lockwood and daugh
ters, Misses Lola and Jcannette, will
leave this morning for Burlington,
Kansas, on an extended visit
The employes of tho City Hall
have challenged tho Court House fol
lows to a game of baso ball at any dato
upon which the latter can screw their
courage up to tho point necessary for
tho contest, O'Neal and Hancock will
constitute tho battery for tho City Hall
and it is expected that Steen and Rood
will play tho samo positions for tho
In Probate Court Tuesday a mar
riage license was issued to Joseph
Blower and Mary M. Eddy, both of
In Mayor's Court Tuesday Daniel
Lauer was fined $5 and costs for fight
ing. Mr. a'nd Mrs. I. L. Deyol. of Bever
ly, were in the city Tuesday onroute
home from Cairo, W. Va., where they
have been visiting friends.
John Stackhouse, Jr., was arrested
Tuesday for non-support of a minor
child on complaint of his wife, Nellie
Stackhouse. He will have a hearing
before 'Squire B. E. Guyton.
Mrs. D. Fischer, who has been in
this city visiting her mother, Mrs.
Bechtoll, left Monday night for her
home at New Orleans.
Supt. N. W. Musgrove, of the Utley
mines, passed through the city Mon
day night enroute to Clarksburg,
whither he was called by the death of
The will of Jonathan Treadaway,
of Lawrence township, was filed, for
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wendelken
left at 11:25 Tuesday night for their
home at Colorado Springs, Colo.
Bethel M. E. Social will be enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Torbert,
Saturday afternoon and evening, May
The Wesleyan Methodist Church
will hold sacred meetings at the Fair
Grounds, as they did last year, com
mencing soon, Elder J. E. Artis, gener
The Universalist social of Fair
field will meet with Mrs. James Camp
bell, May 23d, afternoon and evening.
Ico cream in the evening.
Miss Holen Chamborlaln arrived
from Boston Tuesday, having been
called homo by tho illncES of her
President Eaton, of the Belolt Col
lege, is one of the distinguished visitors
now in our city to attend tho Congrega
tional Centennial. He Is the guest of
Mr. J. D, Kingsbury, of Wilkes
barre, Pa., is tho guest of friends in
Mr. and Mrs. Hayes and daughter,
of Butler, Pa., are guests of tho family
of W. G. Hayes, Second strpet.
Mr. M. V. Penwell Is seriously ill.
Mrs. William Wildermuth, Wash
ington street, is confined to her room
Attention is called to the meeting
oMhe Board of Trade which is called
for Thursday evening for tho purpose
of taking action in the matter of tho
proposed now Court Uouso and Jail.
A largo attendance Is desired.
Miss Emma Phillips is ill, threat
ened with a fever.
Mr. J. M. Hasty is building a frame
structure in the rear of his house.
Thomas Ewart is at Chicago, the
guest of his brother, who Is quite ill.
Edward Hardy, of Lower Salem,
was in the city yesterday.
Tho Sunday School of the German
Lutheran Church will give a social at
tho homo of Mr. Ed. Wcls, Second
Street, Thursday evening. Ice cream
and calco will be served. In connection
with tho social an "art gallery" will be
giyen, to which an additional feo of
five cents will be charged.
To a party of railroad officials Mon
day Vice President Peabody made the
unqualified statement that Marietta ac
cording to its size, is the best town on
tho lino of the B. & O. S. W. Railway,
and that it is growing faster in business
and population than any other city of
whatever size. Coming from such a
source, these words are indeed high'y
The Corning baseball team will
meet the Marietta College nine in this
city next Friday at two o'clock P. M.
era tho College Athletic field. The
Corning team is a good one, haying de
feated Nelsonyille, and the gamo is cer
tain to be interesting.
Prof. John F. Berry and family, of
Oberlin, Ohio, aro visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Berry, Front street
Tho meeting of the State Association
opened Monday ovoning. Tho lato
trains Monday evening brought in large
delegations of distinguished personages
to attond tho 44th annual meeting of tho
State Association of Congregational
churches and tho Centennial of Congre
gationalism west of tho Alleghonies.
The services at the First church, Front
streot, were opened by the singing of the
Centennial Hymn, followed by prayer
by Rev. Dr. William Kincaid.
Tho address of welcome by President
John W. Simpson was remarkable for
its wit and eloquonce. no welcomed
the visitors to our homes, our churches
and all we have, and on behalf of Mari
otta, on behalf of her Congregational
churches and on behalf of Marietta Col
lege. Rev. Wm. G. Ballontine, D. D , Presi
dent of Oberlin College, responded in a
feeling manner. He telt as though he
had no nneu of a welcome here, but
rathor had a right to welcomo others, as
he was educated hero and considered
himself a Marietta boy. Ho proceeded
with his sermon, taking his text from
Matthew xxvlii, 8-10. His ntldrcs? was
an explanation and defense of tho Con
groc'tlonal form of church govorntnont.
Dwelling upon tho character of tho Pil
grim Fnthers and their lreedom of roli
glous boliof, ho assorted that they laid
tho loundatlon of religious unci political
liberty throughout the world. He bo
lioveil in freedom of spiritual thought ;
every man must determine his belief
according to his own light.
Ho praised the Salvation Army for tho
good It has done, but declared there is
no more need of a Protestant Popo than
a Rrman ono.
Dr. Wm. Kincaid of New York and
Dr. S. P. Fay of Boston conducted the
solomn communion services assisted by
tho following deacons : Browning of Mr.
Vernon : Gaylord Thompson, Medina ;
Mr. Mellon, Cleveland: Justin Snow.
Cleveland; H. E. Conner, Aki on ; Mr.
Sturgos, Mansfield; T. D. Biscoe, Mari
otta; R. B Hart, Marietta.
Following is Wednesday's program:
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 13.
(3) Reports of Standing Committees.
Devotional Half Hour.
Ohio Home Missionary Society Report
of Board of Directors.
Necrology, - - Rev. J G. Frazer
Narrative of the State of Religion,
Rev. J. G. Frazer
Congregationalism Previous to 1S00.
Trof. Frame H. Foster, D. D Oak-
Internal Development of Com
allsm, Rev. Alonzo H. Quint, D. D
Educational work of Congregational
Ism, l'res. Charles F.Thvting, D. D
Foreign Missionary Work of Congrega
tionalism, Rev. Delavan L. Leonard,
D. D , Oberlin.
American Missionary Association.
Congregational Sunday School and Pub
Earlv History of C
Early History of Congregationalism In
Ohio, Rev. Cornelius E. Dickinson, D.
8:00. History of Ohio State Association,
Rev. James Brand, D. D. Oberlin.
8:30. Luncheon In Andrews Hall and Remin
iscences. It is intended that tho Wednesday
evening session shall close promptly at
8:30 after which the Ladies invito the
guests from abroad and friends in tho
city to a social reception in Andrews
Killed In the Mine.
Caldwell, O., May 11. Yesterday
afternoon at the Glenwood coal mines,
north of this place, Jas. McMlllen, tho
mine boss, went down in the mine to
see that everything was right. By an
explosion of gas he was so fearfully
burned that he died this morning.
Your Boy Wont Live a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 84 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by the
doctors. UIb son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent three hundred and seventy-five
dollars with doctors, who finally gave
him up, saying: "Your boy wont llvo a
month." Ho tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. Ho says
he owes his present good health to the
ubo of Dr. King's New Discovery, and
knows it to be the best in the world
for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free
at W.'H. Btye'r's Drug Store.
SHOT IN THE LEG.
John Cherry Gets n Hull From a Weapon
In the IIiiikIs of 'Squire Ituckmnn.
Tuesday night John Cherry wont In
to the LaBelle saloon, Ohio streot, and
demanded some drink. Tho bar-tender,
S. C. Ruckuian, refused to sell Cherry
the drinks, telling htm that ho had had
enough liquor. Cherry, mad with
anger, left the room, and went outside
and returned with a brick in each
hand. With a threat and an oath,
Cherry went at Ruekman, and that
worthy saw him coming and grabbed
up a revolver and without aim fired.
The ball struck Cherry in tho thigh,
and he turned and loft tho saloon. Ho
walked up Second and turned down
Greene, to Dixon's tailor shop, where
ho fell In a faint. Ho was taken into
the shop and later homo whero Dr.
Frank Hart ationded him. Tho shot
Is not thought to be a serious one.
Ruekman called for tho police, and
delivered himself over to the law. Ho
was held for S1.000, which he failed to
find Tuesday night, and the Mayor was
forced to lock him up.
Ilurlclcu'aiArn ca salvo
The Bkst Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fovor Hores, Tettor, Chapped
Hands, CuilblalnB, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and posltivoly cures Piles
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by W. H. Styor.
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Surreys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
For stand privileges at Fair Grounds where
the big picnic will be held, July 4, address J. O.
Smith, Charles St., Marietta, O., or K. II.
Wagner, Wllllamstown. W. Va. Refreshment
stand privilege reserved.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Geo. B. Sunderland, 233 Second Street,
Opposite Union Depot
7 Houses on Front street $1,250, 1,700,
1,800, 2,000, 2,500, 3,000.
Second street $1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler streot
Third street, 0 Houses, $1,000, 1,200,
1,500, 1.S00, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street $1,000. 1,800,2,300, 5,000.
Fifth street $S00, 2,000, 8,000.
Sixth street $1,800, 2,000, 2,500.
Warren street S700, 800, 000, 1,100, 2,000
I Fine Brick House, $4,200, lot ISO by
II Good Houses on West Side, from
$700 to 3,000.
5 Vacant lots on Front street, $450 to
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington,
$300 to 400,
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, $300 to
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Month
50 Lots for sale in tho Ohio Valley
11 Houses near Boiler Works at a
3 Three-story business houses on
Front street at bargains.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below
1 Fine Lot on Scammel streot above
Geo. B, Sunderland, Marietta, O.
"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
Dr. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
S35TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
3TLOST A pair of :"SpeticIcs" In black
case, between Muskingum river bridge and
Reno. Finder please leave V. R. Brenan's.
fSTOR SALE.-Entlre east half of Block
IS, West Side Marietta, 100 feet on Knox St.,
120 on Franklin, and 120 on Pearl St. Will sell
as a v hole or In lots to suit. Inquire of Dr. S,
M. Hart, Wittllg building, Front street.
EeWANTED. A first-class piano case
maker, also a nrst-class finisher. Address
J. T. Brown,
The Golden Rod Piano Co ,
HEADQUARTERS FOR 1 RUITS.
We will lrom now on handle one car-load of
Bananas each week. Port Llmon Bananas,
the finest and best flavored Bananas In the
market. Special prices by the bunch. Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit store., Putnam street,
Marietta, Ohio. Telephone 19.
fSFOR SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner of Third and Ohio 6ts. Easy terms.
College property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations Id the city.
Almost any kind of property for sale, In the
city or country. Wabd & Stone,
2:5 Second Street.
t"FOR SALE. A fine lot on corner of SecJ
ond and Scammel Streets, one of tho finest lots
In the city. A good house with all convenien
ces on Scammel near Third Street, J2000. A
good business front on Second Street near Put
nam, 8J00O. The Meuser Tannery lot on Sec
ond Street, 00x160 feet, JJ000. A line brick resi
dence on Second Street, above Scammel. J5000.
Some good building lots from $300 to 1500 on
easy terms. AH kinds of residence and busi
ness property at reasonable prices.
J. A. Plumeu & SON.
Cor. Putnam & Second Streets.
FOR SALE House and lot on Front
St. below Sacra Via. 11800. Fine building lot
on Scammel near Fifth, J900. A seven-room
house on Front St. near Wooster, (1600. De
sirable lot on West Side, (600. One-quarter In
terest In a flour mill, paying good dividends.
A brick house and store for rent. Several line
residences at 1 1000, J1500, 15000 and (COOO. A six
room house renting for 815 per month, J 1200.
A new eight room house on Third St., tfooo.
Oood building lots from (250 to MOO. A i0-acre
bottom farm two miles up the Muskingum.
J. A. PlUMEB & SON,
Corner Putnam and Second.
A Rare Opportunity.
College residence property,
ormoslte Mound Cemetery. Is
for a short
sale oy uora s atone as agents,
.- l !.- . ..- .. .
The location is one of choicest in
Size of lot 120x220 feet. Terms made
The fact that you have seen our Shirt Waists
once does not count. This store is a great dis
tributing center. There is a constant gather-
or higher, you may feel sure that every cent
of the value is there.
Percales and all other stuffs for shirt waists,
in much larger variety than you willfind them
If you propose to make your shirt waists and
wish to be sure of correct style and fit, use the
S. R, TURNER & CO.
We wish to call your attention particularly to our leautiful line
of new Spring and Summer Dress Goods. Having purchased them
much later than is our custom we are able to give you the very
latest styles, in fact the very newest patterns that are made.
From among the many we have chosen the following
These aro goods that are known
to bo one of the best wash material
that is made.
Imported India dimities we have
five styles, those that will suit the
most fastidious and prices that will
suit the pocket book. 25c per yard,
formerly sold for 35c.
Domestic printed warp dimities
20 different styles to select from at
only 10c per yard.
Fancy Rimsons We have a large stock and a profusion of styles
to select from styles to match the above described goods.
Parasols The very latest, those that you can take from the
handle and wash with perfect safety.
Call and inspect these Special Bargains, we think it will pay, it
costs you nothing to see them.
172 FRONT STEEET.
No. 2. COUPOjNT jSTo. 2.
Upon tho purchase of goods to tho amount of one
dollar or more and the presentation of this coupon
you will bo entitled to your choice of any of tho
Standard Skirt Pattern.
CHAS. JONES, 172 Front St.
Do You Want a Good Lamp?
If so, see Charles Holtz on Front Street near Putnam. He also will
show you by far the Best Selected stock of Queensware in Marietta.
Charles Holtz, the queensware man.
That's the Way It Goes.
With a carload of Doors and Sash at the Z. & O. to be unloaded at
once, and the B. & O. kicking about a carload of Nails and the 0. &
M. with a car of Lime. Then to top it all in comes a car loaded with
Screen Doors and Windows and a dozen or more local shipments of
Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries, Hose, Poultry Wire and other goods.
Haifa dozen contractors hollowing about the Roofs and Spouting they
must have done to-day, and as many women that want their sink re
paired or lawn mower sharpened. Then come all the boys and girls
with their wheels to be repaired, cleaned or enameled and the store
full of customers. Although we have five men in the tin shop, one
expert bicycle repair man in our new repair shop, three men in the
store, a drayman and a book-keeper, still we are rushed.
Knowing we have all this to do the Editor wants to know if we
can write something for an ad., all we can do this week Mr. Editor is
to say "we are too busy." Call and see us.
iaiA.a-A.3sr &c sohad,
229 Second Street,
Telephone 118. Opp. Union Depot.
Is our stock of Mantels and Tile.
Also Fireplace Trimmings.
We have now the most complete
line in this part of Ohio. Just call in
and see, and let us show you our
line and quote prices.
H. A. Wagner & Bro.s 404 Third st
ering in, and flowing
out. If the one you
wanted was lacking
last week, you are
likely to find it this
week. Frequent addi
tions keep the Stock
fresh and attractive.
We believe we have
thebest50 cent Shirt
Waists in the city.
Whatever the price
may be, 75 cents, $ I ,
wash fabric with a
effect broken with a
JO in. wide and 15 cts
Another new and desirable fabric,
having the appearance of those real
persian silks. They are 30 in. wide
and only 12Jc per yard.
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