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bat received. A largo invoice of
ames and picture mouldings ol the
test patterns and roost beautiful do-
frns. Odd sizes mado to order.
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THi; JEWELER I
Deals in everything to be found In a first'
ss Jewelry Store.
lie loll tho Quad Camera!
iFine White and Fancy Ducking
trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
Kentucky Tow Linen's.
suits; from $4.50 to $800 per
Fine Black and Blue
jrges, Drapes and Alpacas
Ooats and Vests from $2.00 to
ft.00. The only garments for
lfort during this hot summer
ither. Call and see them at
0. Brown & Co.,
Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch, -
le have several great bargains in
ad hand wheels. '03, '04 and '05
lelat from $30 to $76. If you want
bid wheel or a new one let us talk
you. We handle the Fowler,
pling and Temple lines. Best on the
rket At Rodick Hardware Co.
wrner & Richardson
ie Weather Man Says:
'HOT TOMORROW '
He may be correct in his prediction
ne may not, dud u it is not or even
taderately warm don't forget .tHSrl is
InlnpRfl n.t nllr w r s
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SODA FOUNTAIN. & 1
Delicious, cool drinks, and the finest
Eit Uayors tnat our money can buy.
o glass or several of our Soda Water,
ved witn pure iruit juices, Will Help
l tnrougn tne aay wonaer tuny, at me
'utnam Street Drug Store,
1 Putnam St., - Marietta, Ohio
Fourth of July Excursion.
rheT. & O. O. E. K.B. will authorize the
lie of excursion tickets between all stations
L Its lino and all stations on 0. 0. lines, July
I and 4th, good returning up to andlnclud-
; July 8th, at one fare for tne round trip.
The best is none .too good,
trior" sugar corn.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESDAY, MAY 30, 1890
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
The case of Ohio vs. Wllllaai Hart,
of Beverly, who is charged with steal
ing corn, was taken from Mayor Mil
ler's to 'Squire Hoy word's court on a
change of rcnuo nnd will bo heard Fri
day. Saturday evening 'Squire B. E.
Guyton performed tho ceremony which
united in marriago Mr. William Slack
and .Miss Clara Spindler. At the Pro
bate Judge's office Monday tho same
officer made happy tho hearts of John
T. Hleltinbottnm and Miss Harriot
medwrBBy! cfiniSrf1be6YfH .tiin.61y
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trVaUormrPr,d1lfBr:WP.t?u,0BHefitbfWer friend, Miss 'Houigo
MartiYestc,E ct aitried gomroon.
i'leas uourt Aionuny, tne jury returned
In fayor of tho plaintiff -for $150.80.
Tho plat for the Choral Society is
now open, at tho Marietta Book Store.
Tickets 50 cents and 25 cents. No ex
tra charge for reserved seats.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCormick, of
Lima, spent Sunday in this city with
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Deeron and" left
Monday for Mncksburg.
E. E. Hummiston and Wm. Win
don, of Macksburg, were in the city on
A social dance was held Monday
evening at Wehrs Hall, Front street
In 'Squire Guyton's court Monday
Mrs. Rosa Hunter mado complaint
against Miss Mattie Weinheimer, of
tho West Side schools, for whipping a
daughter of the former. Miss Wein
heimer appeared before the Justice
and waived examination.
Deputy" U. S. Marshal W. E. Mason
was in the city Monday on business.
Watson Bayliss and Alex Bergy,
charged with robbing the Lundyillo
postoffice, will be taken to Columbus
this morning to await the action of the
U. S. grand jury.
Ed. Mellln, recently arrested on an
old charge of selling liquor in Jackson,
county, W. Va.t without having paid
tho special government tax, .will be,
taken to'Parkersbur'g on. a1 bench war
rant lotrlal " "
The Steamer Hudson passed up
the Ohio with a good trip Monday
night, being several hour's late on ac
count of low water5. Unless heavy
rains aro soon forthcoming the big
boats will be compelled to tie up.
The Finch property on tho corner
of Market and Franklin streets, West
Side, has been purchased by the Eure
ka Investment Company, who will 're
pair the old building and erect two
new ones on tho lot at once. The Com
pany is composed of C. J. Vanvaley,
F. B. Alexander, & E. Finch, H. E
Mr. Frank Colbert, of the Oil Well
Supply Store at Sistersville, and Book
keepcr.Mitchell, of the National Sup
ply Company, Waverly, spent Sunday
in the city,
Mr. Henry Shaw leaves in a few
days to work in the Oil Well Supply
Company's store at Corning.
Two car-loads of the structural
iron for the new boiler works plant
have arrived and four others are now
in transit. The men who will erect
the structure aro here awaiting the ar
rival of the material and iwill go to
work at once when it is all in. The
main building is under contract to be
completed by June '4th.
Mrs. W. H. Cole was called to
Whipple Monday by the serious illness
of her aunt, Mrs. Hazen, who is far
advanced in years.
Wednesday, May 30th, the ladies
of C. B. Gates Woman's Relief Corps
will give an excursion to Blennerhas
set on the Steamer Barnsdall.
Sunday afternoon the dwelling
house of Willard Hall, near Salem,
was destroyed by fire of unknown
origin. A large part of the household
furniture was saved. The loss on the
building was about 31,000. with no in
surance. Tho dedication of tho New Mata
moras Baptist church will occur June
Tho ?000 Estey piano which ar
rlved'on tho B. & O. yesterday will be
used at tho Choral Society concert on
Friday evening. It Is furnished by the
Stevens Organ Company.
Warrants have been Issued in May
or's court for the arrest of Moses
Schuman and Sid Geren on the charge
of disorderly conduct.
The front of Mrs. Emma Wolfram's
building on lower Front street will be
torn down anda new one put in ex-
actiyMnnitirtpttiat jflMWf atri
t j. .fcta. JM. .., , . m r n rf.
f Curtis lefft,Tuelay&pr Po
,atte"nd we weddlrJffofS
Singer and Mr.Dan Brlggs
A 10 4 pound son was born Tuesday
morning, May 10, to Mr. and Mrs. Levi
Bartlett, abovefthe city.
Dr. and Mrs. Chas, S
the Keystone State for
Hart loft on
attend the May Festival.
Why is our business continually
growing? Because you find our stock
and prices just what we advertise, and
customers approve our way of doing
"business. , S. R.V.4nMetbe &Co.
The youcg son of Mr. and Mrs.,
John X'aue'r is ill of pneumonia, Y
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The wheelmen of the city; aroen
torlng with zest into the lantern par-
ado to occur Thursday evonlng, tho oc
casion of tho visit to Marietta of the
West Virginia Editorial Association.
Tho parade 'will -form at ,tho Boot
Houso on Front street at-dusk and pro
ceed down Front to Greene, thenco to
Second and north on Second, from
thenco following those streets which
are in the best, riding condition. The,
lady riders of the city ore especially
urged to take part in4 the parade.
Lanterm and the necessary appliances
for attaching them to the wheels will
bo supplied at tho boat house.
AlonzoScott leaves today on a trip
to Columbus and other, cities in tho in
terest of tho Diamond Race Meet to, bo
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AHee Altnct PnllnMfrfaA n frinTiwrtfui-rTf.
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(JinxK. rora Jnat city-sne will -return
to ncr-nome at vosntngton ttfMH yp
Robert, tho six-year-old son of Mr,
and Mrs, Robert Nelson, is suffering
from a broken arm, received Sunday
by a fall from a tree.
Born, May 3d, at Louisville, Kas.,
to Mr. and Mrs. L. E. McProud, a son;
grundson to Mrs. Dorothy Brill, Bart
lett. Mrs. John S. Naylor and son, of
Wheeling, are guests of her brother,
M. K. Wendclken, Fourth street.
The" friends of Mr. Charles W.
Holz, the Front street queonswaro
merchant, were shocked to hear of his
deatn, winch occurred luesday morn
ing at his home on Fifth street. His
demise was duo to lung trouble, from
which he had been a sufferer for sev
eral years. Ho became unusually weak
while going home on a car Monday
evening, and grew worse rapidly until
his death. Mr1. Holz was a native of
Marietta and. had spent most of his life
here. He was 31 years of age and
leaves a wife and one child. He bore
an enviable reputation among those
with whom he come in contact and his
untimely death is keenly felt. Funer
al Thursday at 2 p. m., from the resi
dence, 021 Fifth street.
James Skipton and son Luther laft
Thursday morning to spend a month
visiting relatives in Iowa.
t Thetpaternity case of Vesta Sher
wood ys. Charles Petrle was, tried in
Common Pleas Court Tuesday and the
opening arguments made. It will go
to the jury this morning.
At 11:30 Tuesday night an alarm
from box 51 called the fire department
to the residence of, Oliver Agin, 107
Maplo street. The fire had been burn
ing several minutes when the depart
ment arrived and the flames were play
ing havoc in the upstairs portion of the
house. The blaze reached tho attic
and roof and was subdued with some
difficulty. The house is owned by Mrs.
'Rome Hart and is fully .insured. Tho
loss will amount to probably S200. The
origin of tho firo is a mystery, Mr.
and Mrs. Agin not being at home, hav
ing started for Cincinnati to attend tho
Messrs. Bibbee, of Elba, and P.
Schllcher, Jr., of this city, left at 11;35
last night for Cincinnati to participate
in the big shooting tournament in that
city and attend the May Festival.
A son was born Tuesday evening,
May 10th, to Mr. and Mrs.
Dobbins, Third street.
In Common Pleas Court
the case of Jacob Henderhan
Ham Covey, for ?1000 damages for false
arrest, was tried to a jury and a ver
dict rendered in favor of the defend
ant. Our Advertisements in the Leader
pay us and benefit our customers.
Read them! S. R. VanMethe & Co.
Word has been received in this city
vnnounclng the death of our former
highly esteemed townsman
His death occurred
Monday, .tho ISth, at Plainfleld, N. J
at the age of 82 years. His ' sister, Mr.
Allen, west sido, survives him here.
All of Captain Benedict's family live in
the east. He was born at Belpre, and
spent all but thoJast ten years of his
life In Washington county. He and
his wife visited Marietta only a fow
months ago, Captain Benedict express
ing himself at the time that It would
probably be his last visit.
These fine showers ought to make
great strawberries, which ought to
exceed those raised at Barnesyille,
which they claim are so large that it
only takes eleven to fill a half-bushel
measure, so Barnesvillers claim.
There will be an ice cream festival
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Price, on Friday evening, May 20th, for
the benefit of Warren Presbyterian
Church. A most cordial invitation is
extendedTfallr- "' etf j xui-tvao o
' Mlltona3rdeneivritr1soh,"of Califor
The crap garaennntloned Tasihay:!
ing occurred over Curry & Hdldren's
stable, happened to be going on 'in a
stall in tho extreme rear of the build
ing, and was wholly unknown to any
one aboutUhe stable.
E. C. Shedd is home .from Princeton,
Pr. Boyd and his two daugetersleft
yesterday for Washington 0. H., where
they will remain several weeks.
I. H. Ellis has purchased from
Gracy &, Kaiser a lot between the site
ofi, hili former residence and that of
Willis Morris. The price paid was
(500, Mr. Ellis expects to build a
fln', duelling on the lot at once.
Nature intended that
every woman should
look forward to the com
ing of her baby with joy
and hope, unclouded by
anxiety. Almost pain
less parturition is' quite
the usual thing among
Even in our own country
it occasionally htfppens
with omen in robust
health and good condi
tion. It ought to be the
rule instead of the excep
tion ; and it is a fact that
a very large proportion
of the usual palu and suf
fering may be avoided by
ilooklngWter Jhe mother'Sfgeneral health,
nf Tlr. Pipree'a Iiavnritp Prpsrrimion.
iaa-pnnrM the svstcm for MeTfverv "S- im
parting tne organic strengm ana elasticity,
which the mother specially needs shortens
the time of labor and of confinement ; pro
motes the secretion of abundant nourish
ment .for the child and fortifies the entire
constitution against the after period of de
pression 'and weakness. It's use should
begin,ln the early months of gestation the
earlier the better.
Mrs. Frbd Hunt, of Glemnlk, Schenectady Co ,
ft. y says I, " I read about Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription being so good for a woman with
child, so I1 got two bottles last September, and
December 13th, I had a twelve-pound baby girl.
When I was confined I was not sick in any way.
I did not suner any pain, and when the child
was born I walked Into another room and went
to bed. t never had an arte:' pain or any other
This Is the eltrhth child and the larcest
of them all. I suffered everything that flesh
could suffer with the other babies. I always had
a doctor and then he could not help me ery
much, but this time my mother and my husband
were alone with me. My baby ws only seven
days old when I got up and dressed and left my
room and stayed up all day."
TheUJnlversalist Social of Water
town will be entertained by Mrs. J. L.
Schweikert, at their Hall on the even
ing of May SOthr Ice-cream will be
There will be an1 ice-cream and
strawberry festival at the Lynch M.
E. Church, Friday evening, May 22nd.
All are cordially invited.
Geo B Sunderland has sold a lot
in the east end subdivision to the trus
tees ofMthe U. B. Church, who will
commence building at once. Mr. Sun
derland also sold a lot to Mrs C. A.
The Rochester Oil Co , capitalized
at $15,00o, with headquarters at Lewib
yllle, O., has mado application for a
charter. The company has been op
crating at Fifteen, and expect to put
down several more wells at once. Mr.
L. E. Stegner, a prominent member of
the company, was in the city Tuesday.
, The ladies of Gilman Avenue M.
E. Church will hold a strawberry festi
val onv Thursday evening, in the lec
ture ooms. Ice-cream and cake will
be served. All welcome, with a spec
ial Invitation to the riders and their
friends fn'the bicycle parade.
There will bo a social at the home
of William Gates (near the Children's
Homo)on Thursday evening, May 21st.
Ice cream and cake will'be served. All
are cordially invited.
Mrs. John H. Flagg, Mrs. W. M.
Dennison, Miss Nellie Flagg, and Mr.
Frank Flagg, of Pittsburg, and Mr.
Stacker Williams, of Newark, were in
the city Tuesday in attendance at the
funeral of Miss Sarah Thurlow.
D Two 'good girls can obtain em
ployment by calling at the Brunswick
Restaurant, Front street.
We sell at our advertised prices to
all customers who come to us nfter
looking at the " off for one day only"
prices. S. R. VanMethe & Co.
Ladles' and gents' wheels for rent at Blgv
touruiVi ront street.
Stehle's Addition: S5 acres platted., Easy of
access by Trolley or otherwise Lots 60 by 180
leet; Streets 60 feet wide Call at room 5, Law
iiulldlng, see plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal In Ohio as a hilltop ilew, 10 minutes'
walk from the business part of the City. Alsq
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Room 5, Law Building.
.1. D. Payne, Special Agent,
R. Stehle, Marietta, O.
,t"Dn. W. M.- HART, DENTIST. Offlce II
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
ta7DB. B P. EDDy, Dentist. Offlce 804
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
JSTDXl. GALLAGHERj-Dlseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
3jr-FOR SALE: Torty Lots In Phillips'
subdivision, located on Eighth street, between
Warren and Washington. Prices from 1150 to
1300 in monthly payments.
jff-rOR RENT New house of Blx rooms,
water and gas. Garden and fruit. Inquire-at
i30 Fifth street.
El tSTFOR SALE. Entire east halt of Block
13, West Side Marietta, 100 feet on Knox St.,
120 on Franklin, and 20 on Pearl St. Will sell
as a whole or In lots to suit. Inquire of Dr. S.
M, Hart, WlttUg building, Front street.
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i ..flavored. rHanauas Jn .the
irices'pytna bunch:' can 'at
uii-'store,,-' rninnru vsu-eaw
iW .01 "l Telephone 178.
tyiTOR SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner, of Third 'and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
College property on, Filth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations in the city.
i lmost any kind of property for, sale, In the
city or country. Ward & Stone,
2! 5 Second Street.
t3ff-FOR SALE A fine lot on corner of Sec
ond and Scammel streets lone of the finest
lots in the city, A good house with all con
veniences on Scammel near Third street,
(2000. A good business front on Second near
Putnam, J30CO. The Meuser property on Sec
ond street, OOzlSO feet, tiOCO. A Qua brick resi
dence on Second street, above Scammel, 16000.
Borne good building, lots from 30 to 1500 on
easy terms. All kinds of residence and busl
nessiroperty at reasonable prices.
Cor. Putnam Second Streets.
A Corset Store.
S. R. TURNER & CO
Our Silk Waists
Not only 'look well but they are also made to wear well. Dresden
Patterns prettier than any foreign fabric, in fact we cannot say
enough in their favor. Made in dress-maker style, boned and lined
Misses' Lau-ndeked Waists of stand
ard material with attached collars and
cuffs, a choice lino of patterns, at 50 cts.
Ladies' Laundehi.d Waists of stand
ard percales, desirable stripes and fig
ures, 50 and 75 cts.
Fancv Waists, collars either attached
or detached, at $1.00 and $1.25.
Another lot of Domestic Dimities just opened; so while shopping
for something that will make a cool and comfortable suit call in and
look through those beautiful summer dress goods, in all the very
newest weaves, printed warp, Dresden and Persian patterns.
ThesStandard Designer, IFagazine, and Fashion Sheets and Pat
terns for June are now being distributed. Oall and get the June '
Fashion Sheet free.
' 172 FRONT STREET.
W O mm
No. 3. COUPON" No. 3.
Upon tho purchase of goods to the amount of one
dollar or more and the presentation of this courox
you will bo entitled to your choicq of any of the
Standard Skirt Pattern.
. 2 Yours Respectfully,
v i , jiin.3.
4 W'&Ws'Vw,. r4
Do You Want a Good Lamp?
If so, see Charles Holtz on Front Street near Putnam. He also will
'show you by far tho Best Selected stock of Queensware in Marietta.
Charles Holtz, the-queensware man.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
H j' tent ziivtuBl etsiU a
Is our stock
Also Fireplace Trimmings.
We have now the most complete
line in this part of Qhio. Just call in
and see, and let us show you our
line and quote prices.
H. A.r Wagner &
Ten to one you will find your
favorite Corset or Corset Waist
In our stock. Ours is the only
complete stock of Corsets in
the city. All the popular kinds ,
The best 50 cent, corset you
ever saw and the best for 75
cents. - ' "
The Equipoise Wajst, Ferris'
Good Sense, The Chicago, The
Jackson, Summer Corsets, all
the ' best makes. This is the
place to buy corsets.
N. B. The Butterick Pat
terns and Fashion Publications
for June are here.
Children's Batuhigoan, short and
long sleeves, 15 to 25c; the finest goods
Misses' Ribbed Vests, ecru and
white, long and short sleeves, 5c to 50a
Ladies' Undervests, balbriggan and
swiss ribbed, flc. to $1.00; these are
choice combed Egyptian Yarns.
nuwio, K-.S rromoi.
A Full Line in Stock at
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio,
Surveys and Construction j Railways,
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