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Alone the Lino of Hand Cameras, wo
Hit the BULL'S EYE
And And it tbo most perfect, and complete
camera for the money on the market. The 'Oil
pattern on hand.
' DEVELOPING and FINISHING for amateurs.
The Marietta Picture Man.
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for J5.00.
For Sale by
THE JEWELER I
120 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Fine White and FancyDucking
for trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
Kentucky Tow Linens.
For suits; from $4.50 to $8.00 per
Fine Black and Blue
Serges, Drapss and Alpacas
For Coats and Vests from $?.00 to
$10.00. The only garments for
comfort during this hot summer
weather. Call and see them at
A. 0. Brown & Co:,
220 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch.
J3 1 C Y C LBS.
Wo have several irreat bargains in
second hand wheels. '1)3, '94 and '05
wheels at from S30 to 875. If you want
an old wheel or a new one let us talk
with you. Wo handle the Fowler,
Sterling and Temple lines. Best on the
market At Rodiclc nardwaro Co.
Koerner & Richardson
Tho Weather Man Says;
IIo may bo correct in his prediction
or ho may not, but if it is hot or oven
modortitoly warm don't forgot there is
ooolness at our
Delicious, cool drinks, and tho finest
fruit flavors that our mopey can buy,
Ono glass or soveral of our Sodu Water,
served wVh pure fruit juices, will hcl
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
124 Putnam St., - Muriotta, Ohio
W. P. MASON, ,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio,
Surveys aud Constructionj Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Sewerage.
Tho best is nono too good,
perlor" sugar corn.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, MAY 38, IQSd
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Edw. Cllne, whose wheel was
stolen over a month ngo, recovered it
several days ago at Jllllgrove, Morgan
county, where tho machine had been
sold by a tramp. The bloyele .was
stolon at night from Mr.' Cline's front
At Kenton, O., Juno 10th and 11th,
tho Ohio Association of Ex-Prisoners
of War will hold a reunion in honor of
the sixteenth anniversary of tho or
Wm. Beaumont, of the College, is
spending a few days with friends at
Miss Grace Laner will arrive today
from Cleveland and bo the guest of
Miss Salllo Knox.
George Hopp, of Sharon, Pa., is in
"tho city visiting friends.
All'members of tho Choral Society
are requested to attend rehearsal i o
night at 7 o'clock and report regarding
tickets. Also to return copies of
The Star Fishing Club dance at the
Odd Fellows Hall, West Side, to bo
given Friday evening gives promise of
being a very successful affair.
Mr. William Wollbrook, of Elwood.
Ind., and Miss Rowena Schuff, daugh
ter of John Sehuff, Fultonburg, were
married Wednesday evening at the
bride's home. Tho happy couplo will
leave today for their future homo at
For shirts, socks, suspenders, un
derwear, hosierv and silk mitts, towels,
toweling, tablecoth goods' and napkins
go to tho Bee Hive.
The Rev. C. K. Fankhauser and
Miss Katherine E. Gllnes were married
last uight at tho brides home on
Fourth street. The ceremony was per
formed by Rev. Dr. Dickinson, in tho
presence of immediate, friends. The
young preacher and his new brido have
hosts of friends who will wish them a
long life and a happy one. They will
go to Avon, Conn., where Mr. Fank
hauser is pastor of a church.
Born, in this city, Wednesday,
May 27th, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Holtz,
a fine baby girl.
Auditor W. A. Patterson was at
Cambrifige Wednesday, participating
in the appraisement of the C. & M.
The case of Ohio vs. Samuel Cas
key, charged with threatening to shoot
was tried in Common Pleas court
Wednesday. The jury brought in a
verdict for tha defendant.
A freight car on the C. & M. was
derailed at Hobby's Hill Tuesday
night, causing a delay of several hours
to passenger trains.
Lowest prices guaranteed, not for
one day only, but for every day in the
year. S. R. Van Metre & Co.
If any member of the 25th O. V. I.
in this county desires a photograph of
the late Col. W. P. Richardson, he can
procu-te the same without cost, by ap
plying by letter or in person to R. W.
In 'Squire Hart's court Tuesday
Frederick Bodmar was bound over in
the sum os $100 for malicious slander
against Mary Kavaleski, on complaint
of Margaret Pitts.
W. H. Hart, real estate agent, has
sold to Thomas Clsler a lot in the East
End, belonging to Col. T. W. Moore.
Strawberries will be served at the
G. A. R. social this evening, on the
West Side, as well as ice cream. Come
and enjoy a pleasant evening.
Reserved seats for Pinafore which
is to bo givou June 4th and 5th will be
on sale at the Marietta Book Store on
Monday morning, Juno 1st.
At the Decoration Day exercises at
tho Auditorium Saturday evening
music will be furnished by the College
Ed. Jenks was fined 52 anil costs
by tho Mayor Wednesday for drunken
ness. Stovo West, who was locked up
Tuesday night, drew a prizo of 55 and
The flag staff on tho City Hall was
erected Wednesday and old glory will
float from it hereafter.
Greater bargains than ovor before
can bo found at Itco Hive Store.
A lottery in which a ,2:20 pacing
horse was disposed of at Pittsburg last
week, found two ticket holders in this
valley. Mr. Charles Beckwith, of tho
Lorena, and Mr. Hariy Thomas, of the
Thomas Bros.'s Livery of Malta. Mr.
Beckwith had his usual luck and is tho
possessor of tho 2 20 i pacer. Mr.
Thomas says ho had his ''usual luck"
also. McCounelsvillo Herald.
-Tho Republicans of Noblo county
linyo nominated tho following ticket:
Probata Judge, M. II. Archer; recorder,
J. D. Newton; prosecuting attorney, A.
M. Morris; commissioner, E, C. Brown;
iuflrmary director, Sylvester Reed;
survoyor, Gporgo II. Wilson. '
4Tho proposed now eloctricllight
plant would giyo us capacity for 40
moro lights instead of ten us stated in
our roport of Council proceedings. Tlio
estimate included figures for 10 now
lamps for immediate use.
Careful economical Clothing buy
ers deal with us. Value received guar
anteed on everytiurchase.
S. R. Van Metro & Co.
Capt. Chaa. ,V. Knox, of the Key.
stone State, came down in advance of
tlio steamer Tuesday to look af tor bus
iness matters. t '
Now millinery goods just In at
Mr. W. E. Sayre is in Cincinnati
attending tho meeting of tho Grand
Lodge, Knights of Pythias.
Mr. Miles Wilson, of Lowell, was
in tho city on business Tuesday.
Tho U. S. propellor Vega, in charge
of Mato Mart Sulllyan, came down tho
Dr. G. W. Mason, of Stafford, Ohio,
is the guest of his son, City Engineer
W. P. Mason.
Mr. John Becker, tho contractor
will begin work on tho roof of tho
main building of the Boiler Works
The Third Street Improvement As
sociation meets every Wednesday even
ing at.tho Council Chamber. All Third
street lot owners are free to attond.
The object of the Association is to look
after tho interests of Third street, and
do whatever such an advisory com
mittee can do to aid" the Council in se
curing the best materials and best re
sults in improving tho street.
New lot of hats and flowers just
received at Bee Hive.
Attorney H. F. Kraft left over tho
Z. & O. this morning for Columbus, to
attend Supremo Court
Tho New Matamoras Baptist
Church will be dedicated Sabbath,
June 7th. Sermon by George E. Leon
ard, of Granville, O.
At 3:23 yesterday afternoon the
stars and stripes were given to the
breeze at the top of the City Building.
Joseph Post, the well known Pitts
burg oil operator, is in the city on bus
No fakir schemes, and no presents
necessary to sell our goods. Honest
goods and honest prices with us. ..-
S. R. VanJUetre & Co.
At the residence of.M. Hugo Torner,
Fifth street, at high noon Wednesday,
the 27tb, occurred the wedding of Mr.
Robert J. Mechllng, a prominent
young man of Sistersville, and Miss
Lulu Dye, of,Nowport The ceremony
was solemnized by Dr. C. E. Dickin
son, and was performed in the presence
of about 25 relatives and friends. Miss
Ida McLaren was bridesmaid and Dr.
V. C. Dye acted as best man.
After the ceremony and congratula
tions an elaborate breakfast was
served. Later, amid a shower of rice
and old shoes,, tho nowly-married
couple left over the Ohio River road
for Pittsburg and Butler. They will
return to Sistersville to make their
home. Mr. Meehling is Superintend
ent of tho Henry Oil Co. at Sistersville.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Meehling will wish them much joy.
IliicKlcn'vArn en halve.
The Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns,, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
?:ive perfect satisfaction, or money' ro
unded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv W. H. Styer.
This city was the scene of seyeral
weddings Wednesday: among the pret
tiest of these interesting events was
that which made Mr. Eugene W. Jones
and Miss Effie Green, both of Grand
The wedding occurred at 7:30 a. m.,
at tho home of Mr. Ralph Race, Greene
street Mr, and Mrs. Race being long
time friends of the brido and groom.
The Rev. Mr. Roe performed the cere
mony, and Miss Jones and Mr. Alder
seryed as bridesmaid and groomsman.
The house was a. bower af roses, and
looked like a dream. i
After tho marriage a wedding break
fast was enjoyed at tho Bellovue.
Later, with plenty of rice and good
wishes, Mr. and Mrs. Jones left for
Cleveland and Grand Rapids. They
will resido at tho latter placo where
Mr. Jones has extensivo business in
terests. Ladles' and gents' wheels
I'our, 119, Front street.
for rent at liljj
The story of tho Reformation was
continued Tnes'dny at tho Auditorium.
A select audience was jn attendance,
and appreciative as well. As before,
tho entertainment was highly
edifying and on joyable, tho local talent
in tho cast acquitted thotnselveo woll,
tho choruses being particularly pleas
ing. Tho stcreoptican views assisted
materially in tho iuterprotation of tho
theme, and wero aptly explained by
Mrs. Monroe. Groat credit is duo Mrs.
Mayer, who instructed tho performers
in tho ontertaininent . ,
Tho Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chica
go, says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery ' as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, "Colds and Lung Complaints,
haying used It in ray family for the
last five years, to tho exclusion, of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions." Rov. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I'havo beon u Minister of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years
or more, and have never found any
thing so beneficial, or that gave mo
such speody relief as Dr. King's Now
Discovery." Try this Ideal ' Cough
Remedy now. Trial Bottles Tree nt
W. n. Oyer's Drug Store.
was the anci
ent hero con
demned by the
oda to push a big
)oulckr uo hill
forever, lest it should
roll down and crush
him. When the myth-mak.
ei9 got up that story they
must have been thlnkine of
dyspepsia; for there is certainly no other
trouble on earth that keeps you so ever
lastingly struggling against being crushed
into utter despair. Anything that cures
dyspepsia lifts about half the weight of
misery that crushes mankind;, and wo
mankind. The trouble with most of the .so-called
dyspepsia cures, is that they don't cure.
They give only temporary relief. Indiges
tion usually extends all through the diges
tive tract, from the stomach clear down to
the large intestine ; the liver too is frequent
ly involved in the trouble being torpid and
inactive. For a thorough, radical, per
manent cure you must have the whole di
gestive organism 6Ct right. Not violently
stirred up, but regulated. Doctor Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets will do it. They stimu
late the digestive juices of the stomach ;
invigorate the liver and help it to actively
secrete the bile ; and act gently on the
bowel9 to promote a regular healthy move
ment. This means a complete and last
ing cure of digestive troubles.
The " Pellets " are not a severe cathartic.
They act on the bowels naturally and com
fortably though surely. The dose can be
regulated to your needs, and when the
"Pellets" have done their work they can
be discontinued. You don't become a
slave to their use, as with other pills. If
the druggist suggestions griping pill that
gives him more profit, think what will
Vestertln) 'g Ganieo nucl
Standing of the
Cleveland , 11
New York 5
St. Louis 0
Louisville '. 7
W. L. Pr.
Cincinnati 22 11 007
Cleveland 10 10 055
Boston 19 12. . . N . . .013
Baltimore lit 13 504
Pittsburg 10 12 571
Philadelphia 18 14 503
Chicago 17 15 515
Washington ..'.... .14 17 452
Brooklyn 14 17 453
New York 12 20 375
St. Louis 11 21 344
Louisville 7 25 210
A Rare Opportunity.
The College residence property, on Fifth
street, opposite Mouna Cemetery, Is offered for
sale by Ward & Stone as agents, for a Bhort
time only. The location Is ono of choicest In
the city. Size of lot 120x220 feet. Terms made
May 2 tf.
Pittsburg Cincinnati I.lno ot Steamer.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, eexy Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons: going down,
every Tuesday, Thuisday and Sunday evenings
Jas. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
Tor further information write or call on 'Jas.
B. Halght, Passenger Agt., No. 251 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 31.
Stehle's Addition: J5 acres platted. Easy of
access by Trolley or othen ise Lots 50 by HO
feet; Streets 0 feet w lde. C'allatioomS, Law
Building; see plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal In Ohio as a hilltop Uew, 10 minutes'
i nil: from the business part of tho CHy. Alo
other City property for sale cheap Call at
Koom 5, Law liulldlns.
.1. 1). Paysb. Special Agent,
It. Steiilu, Marietta, O.
JS'-DR. W. M. riAUT, rTmtT OHco 12
Putnam at., between Tront and ecra X
VSDR. E p. EiiDy, Dentin oaica
Front street, oppoelta Soldlera Monument.
S5TDR. GALLAaiinR Dl.ease3 of tho oyo.
and lltttaR of glasses. Law Building Putnam
ST Wo Want a salesman to sell on commis
sion to tho totall stores. Dry Ooods supplies
as a '.Ida line. G. T. II. Schuamm. l'hlla., Pa,
EiCSSFOIlSALU.-Imtlro cost talf of Blooit
If, We.st Side Marietta, 10Q feet on Knot St.,
123 on rronltlln, and 120 on Pearl St. Will sell
as a v. nolo or In lots tb milt. Inquire of Dr. S.
M. Hart, Wittllg building, Front street
HEADQOAUTEnB FOR FRUITS.
Wo will from now on handle ono car-load of
Pan-mas each weelr. Port Wmon Uananai',
the tlncst aud best flavored Bananas lu tho
market, bpoclal prices by the bunch, Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit store., Putnam street,
Marietta, Ohio. Telephone 17l,
(STFOK SALE Boarding house, is Rooms,
corner of Third and Ohio Sts. Kasy terms.
Collego properly oa Film St opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 830 feet, ouo cf the nicest lo
cations in tlio city,
Almostrany hind of propei ty for rale, in the
city or couutry. Waiii & Stoho,
2 5 Second Streot.
tSfOR SALE An 8,room house with all
modern Improvements on Third street be
tweeffScammel and Pntnara stieets, '-305. A
now frroom house on Sixth street near Put
nam, 12200. A 3 room house, 83UO. Some busi
ness property In Beverly to exchange for farm
land or Marietta property. Good building
lots from JiOO to isoo on monthly payments,
Three business blocks on Front street.
J. A PLUMKlt & SON,
Cor, Putnam and Second Streets.
tifwlmW 'r Vt Sm
A Corset Store.
S. R. TURNER &.CO
Arrayed in Her Brightest Garb
Finds a parallel in every section of the store. There's a bright, crisp
newness about the stock, very pleasing to prospective buyers.
Couple this with the extreme moderation of our prices and you
have a two-fold incentive. Our large patronage is proof conclusive
that you are quick to see these things.
Just a few Specials to keep the
A JTuilin Special, Bleached.
Full yard wide, soft, fine, even
thread finished for the needle; price
by the yard or piece 5c.
A Bed-spread Spiecial Full
double bed size, heavy crochet in
Marseilles Patterns. You've paid
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50 for no better;
these you can have for 75c, $1.00
Just received a
The Jackson Corset Waist we keep in stock always:
you need for comfort.
Yours for Bargains,
172 FRONT STEEET.
Real Estate for Sale.
GFO U. SUNDEW.AND, 231 SECOND STIttET, OP
I'OSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street 81,700, 1.S00, 2.C00,
Second street $1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below llutler street S-I.GCO.
Third street, 0 Houses, ?1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1.S00, 2,000, !!,CO0.
Tourth street Sl.OfO, 1,600, 2,S00, 5,000
Fifth street SiOO. 2,00). !!,0)0.
blxth street ?!,S00, 2.000, 2,500.
Warren street J700, 600, 1100, 1,100
1 Fine Brick House, 4,200, lot 160 by ISO.
11 Good Houses on Wcht Side, from $700 to
f Vacant lots oa Front street. $150 to 1 50
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington, S300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, SWO to 100.
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly piy
io Lots forbalo In tho Ohio Valley sub divi
sion 11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
a Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Tiont street below Woo iter.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second stroet on liontgomery at
a Bargain, ?2,SC0.
A. d. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'f Bank,
FRONTS'!'. MARIETTA, O
Pcs'SohrJ aitsattan glyan ts com
(saur.cSinn o5 FYoJcripiiccis.
jBSmcnwajniijij.iawwgmftwMeBWWii n iBCTInn,in':'rCTgygairtT
Complete in y
Is our stock of Mantels and Tile.
' ' Also Fireplac9r 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
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
The Equipoise Waist, Ferris'
Good Sense, The Chicago, The
Jackson, Summer Corsets, ail
the best makes. This is the
piace io Duy corsens.
N. B. The Butterick Pat
terns and Fashion Publications
for June are here.
Kindly note tho fol-
A Silk Special. A dozen styles
of rich Persian patterns, all pret
ty designs, width 20 in. Were
$1 00 a yard, for this occasion 79c.
Wash Goods. A. beautiful stock
and all the new styles.
Cosmo Buttermilk Soap. We're
going to offer it for 19c per box or
7c a cake.
now lot and at the very lowest
its just what
The entire plant of the Marietta
Planing Mill Company will be
sold at private sale.
F. S. Coloman, Assignee.
'M & HILL!
Second St. opp. Union Dopot.
Neat Slyjish Work. Satis
Marietta Plaiiinfi Mill.