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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY, JUNE I, 1880
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
B E. Stoohr, Jr.. nrrlved In the
city Saturday night from Ilot Springs,
Arkansas. Hon did not got hero in
time for tho bike races, a fact tvhlch ho
and his frionds greatly regretted. At
tho faces there was a general express
ion of wonder and speculation at what
Ben might bo ablo to do against Mund
Tho Lobdell Base Ball Club went
up to distersVllle Saturday morning to
pit thomselVos against tho local club of
tho i'Oll Clty1! and our boys found the
West Virginians ,to bo too much foe
of 13 to S, SUterqv illbf gottlnff 'the bjg
figures in both gamqs. Tho Sisters
vlllo people treated tho Marietta boys
very nicely and travo them a good time.
Tho following constituted tho Marietta
opntingent: Theis, Seamon, O'Neil,
SchlicHer, Peters, -Theis, McCnllister,
Garry, Gerhart, Klintwprth, Reynolds,
Benjamin Rumblo vas locked up
by Marshal Parlln Satufday for being
An alarm from box Si Sunday eve
ning called tho firo department to the
house on Fourth street owned by S. It,
Turner and recently occupied by
'Squire B. E. Guy ton. There was no
fire, tho alarm being occasioned by tho
smoke from some burning paper in a
firo place, the flue of which had no
During tho Memorial Day exercises
Saturday a handsome floral wreath
was placed on tho grave of Muj. E. 0.
Dawes by Buell Post G. A. R. Tho
wreath was ordered from Fisher's
greenhouse by an Illinois Comrado of
Major Dawes and was accompanied by
a beautiful poetic memorial 'on satin"
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The Larcrest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 85.00.
For Sale by
Star of the Diamond Race
THE JKWELER t
Putnam street, Marietta,
Fine "Vllite and Fancy Dudking
for trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
per pair. " "
Kentucky Tow Linens.-
For suits; from $4.50 to $8.00 per
Fine Black and Blue
Serges, Drapes and Alpacas
For Coats and Vests from $2.00 to
$10.Q0. The only garnients for
comfort during this hot summer
weather. Call and see them at
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street, - Marietta.vOhio
Next to Candy Store over arch -
-jMa- ini'-TT'-wi - .t
We have several great bargains in
second hand, wheels. '03, '04 und 05
wheels at from $30 to $75. 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 Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner & Richardson
Tho Weather Man Says:
Ho may be correct in his predlotion
or ho may not, out 11 it. ib hoi ir ovou
moderately warm don't forgot there Is
coolness at our vs ' -i
SODA FOUNTAIN. ,
Delicious, cool drinks, and tho finest
fruit flavors tnat our money can ouy.
rtnn crlnaa or sovernlof our Soda Water,
served with puro fruit juices, will help
you through the day wonderfully, at tho
.Putnam Street Drug Store,
13 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio
W. P. .MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Surreys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, FoundatloBi, Sxwxbaob.
Dudley P. Rood, of Chicago, it in.
tho city, tho 'guest of his brother,
Judgo D. Ri Rood, Putnam street.
Mr. Harvey, tho oil operator, is
back from Chicago, "his home.
B. E. Stoehr is projecting .a very
fine House on his premises, corner of
Fifths and Warren. Tho house lis a
large one and it is to be brick veneer.
It will bo,a handsome improvement for
tho upper end of town.
Mes'srs. W. M. Morse, Frank Morso
and Charles T. Mcllyar, of this city,
-went over to Buckeye Park Saturday
to witness tho collision of the two sup
erannuated locomotives. They say it
was a thrilling sight and onev worrh
Mrs. Bird Hamilton, of St. Marys,
W. Va., was in the city Saturday, at
tending tho race meet and visiting rel
atives. Messrs. D..W. Ellenwood and J. A.
Skinner returned Sunday from Cincin
nati, where they were attending the
meeting of tho Grand Lodge, Knights
Business increasing, every day.
Our goo'd servicable goods and tho ex
tremely low cash prices tell the story.
S. R. Van Metro & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Greene, of
Chicago, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
James McClure. Mr. and Mrs. Greeno
have been at Kewport, visitinjr Mr.
Frank Weber is getting on nicely
with his new houses on Second street
above Greene. One of them is enclosed
with the sheathing'and it 'promises to
be a very handsome and ornate struc
ture. Born, Saturday, May 30th, to Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Preston, West Side, a
nine pound son.
A Sterling bicycle owned by Mr.
Lou Harris was stolen from the Lob
dell Club House Saturday night by an
unknown party. The police were no
tified immediately, but could npt lo.
cato the wheel or tho thlof. Sunday
morning Mr. Dyson, who lives on tho
West Side, was surprised to find a
strange bicycle in his front yard and
took the machine at once to police
headquarters, where it was Identified
as Mr. Harris' property.
At a meeting of the Board of Edu
cation of New Matamoras on last Sat
uaday evening, W. E. Sykes, of tho
College, was elected Superintendent for
the ensuing year.
The rendition of the opera, "Pina
fore" by tho Marietta Glee Club nest
Thursday and Friday evenings at tho
Auditorium, promises to be tho event
of the season. Under the able direction
of Mr.'C N. Adams tho cast and chorus
have attained a dogreo of excellence sol-'
dom gottenby amateurs, both in singing
and acting. Mr. Adams's entertainments
always aro successful, as all testify who
have attended them;, .and this opera
will prove, ho exception. We predict
that the Auditorium will be crowded.
Reserved seats will be placed on sale
this monday morning, at tho Marietta
Book Store. 'Prices', 25, 60 and 75 cents.
Box seats one dollar.
First, last and all the time for
good honest goods at reliable prices.
S. R. VanMetro & Co.
On Sunday evening, May 10th, Mr.
Frank Theis and Miss Nellie Parrish,
both of this city, wero united in mar
riage by Rev. F. R. Crooks at tho M. E.
parsonage, West Side. Tho happy
oyent first became known to tho friends
and relatives of tho young couple three
woeks after it occurjeilf andMwas J&
great surprise, having been a well kept
secret during that time. Mr. Theis is
dvaluetl employe of the Loader office,
but wo confoss our ignoranco of tho
wedding until Sunday evening. Both
bride and groom are well known and
deservedly popular throughout a wide
circle of friends and acquaintances, and
although wo can scarcely forgive Mr.
Theis fortho trick played upon us, tho
Leader nevertheless joins heartily in
tho shower of congratulations with best
wishes that the newly wodded pair
may enjoy a long life of prosperity and
Mrs. William Harris andTtchlldre9,:,
1 5 Lou i si aio at,.'rs. O. R,. Rhade's.i
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Musltinpum avenues 'i 'f J.
Never mind what others say.
f Come to us1 before you buy.
S. R. Van Metro & Co.
The Ideal Panacea,
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chlca
po, says: "I regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, "Colds and Lung Complaints,
haying used it in my family for tho
last,five years, o the exclusion of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions.!' Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: '"I have been a Minister of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years
or more, and have never found any
thing so beneficial, or that gave mo
such speedy relief as Dr. King's Now
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough
Remedy now. Trial Bottles Free at
W. H. Styer's Drug Store.
THE INDUSTRIAL EDITION.
A Corset Store.
The Register's Souvenir oT Mnrlet
ta Soon to be on the Press.
Mr. J. L. Fehr, the compiler of the
Marietta Industrial Edition of the Reg
ister, has secured the services of Mr. E.
Finley Kitson, late of tho Sistersvlllo
Daily Drill, who will deyote his time to
the preparation of sketches and other
matters of interest in connection with
It is proposed by those havingharge
to make the Marietta edition superior
to all previous attempts of its kind; and
business concerns having a prfde in the
present Importance, and likewise, the
future development of the city, will
oblige the public generally by giving
prompt response to the demands made
upon them for representation in those
columns. The Marietta Industrial edi
tion of the Register will greatly en
large the opening of our gates to man
facturing and various industrial enter
prises, and it solicits the aid of all as
suring a mutual benefit.
S25 REWARD !
The Ohio Division League of Ameri
can Wheelmen will pay a reward of S25
to anyone who will furnish evidence
that will 'lead to the detection and
bringing to justice of the person who
stole the wheel of Mr. Louis Harris
from tho club house of the Lobdell Cy
cling Club, on the night of May 30th,
payable on the conviction and sentence
of tho thief, and upon presentation of
evidonce of the facts satisfactory to the
undersigned and to the executive com
mittee of the Ohio Division,
Ciias. F. Henrv, Rep. 21st Dist.
Ohio Dlv. L. A. W.
Columbus, Wheeling and Marietta
Hrlanf, or l'nrkornlmri;, Won the Novlco
unci OrIo the County Champlonsnlp.
Two Thousand People In At-
The Diamond Raco Meet held at the
Fair Grounds Saturday under the
auspices of the Lobdell Cycling Club
was tho most successful ever given intho
pity,v Tho weather ws deightful and
t,hB track In nxnp.llnnt nnnilltlon. The
-crcjwd bf spectators, present ,numbered
oVelf'SdOO'andi unauimonsly 'votedrthe
'raci tb be tho cleanest and fbest over
i'sWiPon tthc Marietta- aek, Ililio star
ridoj;)f the meet was Fred Mundhenk,
of Columbus, who wou four straight
events grandly and carried homo with
him $160 worth of unset diamonds.
His chief opponent was Harry Ogle, of
this city, who pushed tho Columbus
man in for a fast finish in every event
Marietta people missed the red head of
Bennio Stoehr, who has been the local
champion for the past two years, but
Ogle defended the home cause manful
ly and made a brilliant showing. He
was outclassed by Mundhenk, who re
cently lowered the Intercollegiate two
mile record and is coming out as one
of the fastest men in the State.
' Tho novice was won easily by Charles
Briant, of Parkersburg, C. Bens, Co
lumbus, Walter Knox, Marietta, and
Frank Morris, finishing second, third
and fourth respectively. Time 2:31.
The county championship was won
by Horry Ogle in 2:41, Walter Knox
taking second, E. R. Koerner third and
Charles Darrow fourth. This beiug
Ogle's second winning of this race he is
entitled to ownership of the champ
ionship cup. Darrow's rear tire burst
od in the final spurt and wound Itself
up in the hub, but he was not thrown.
There being 18 starters in tho third
event, the half mile opeu, it was run in
two heats and a final, Mundhenk, Ogle,
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. " 7 '
' The Equipoise' Waist1,' Ferns'
Good Sense, The Chicago, The
Jackson, Summer Corsets, all
the best makes. This is the
r place to buy corsets.
N. B. The Butterick Pat
terns and Fashion Publications
for June are here.
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.
Ooupie this with the extreme moderation of our prifies and you
have a two-fold incentive. Our large patronage is proof conclusive
that you are quick to see these things.
ODD ENDS OF THE WORLD.
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'New line of summer shirts and a
big lot oi.MiiU We closed out at manu
facturer's prices, just received.
" ..ry S. R. VanMetre
Laplanders often skaie a dlstance'of
150 miles a day.
The total estimated area or German
Africa is 000,000 square miles.
The pearl fishery discovered ofi! the
south coast of India is very rich.
In Johannesburg there ia a bar to
every 250 of tho whito population.
The watermelon grows wild all over
Africa. It was cultivated in Egypt
B. C. 2500.
At last accounts potatoes wero Bell
ing in some of the Alaska mining re
gions for $100 a sack.
Venezuela has 300,000,000 acren of
forest, in which grow all tho varieties
of ebony, as well as rosewood, satin
wood and mahogany.
Tho Fiji islands boost o flvo regular
newspapers, four of which ore printed
in English, and one, No, Mata, In tho
vernacular of tho natives.
Dominican nuns at King 'William's
Town in Capo Colony, where th'sy havo
a farm, do their own outdoor work.
They plow and hoe, havo built their
own buUdlngs, clo tho carpentry anu on
the blacksmith work, besides teaching
tho boys and girls in theirschool.
AS THE CROW FLIES.
Between tho Eternal City and our na
tional capital lio 4,305 miles of ocean
Tho distance over land and sea from
Washington to Amsterdam is '3,555
miles. f i r
To travfeK from Now York tb Dover
Involves tho crossing' oJ! 3,160 knots of
ocean., . J ,-
From Warsaw, thq capital of; ancient
Poland, to our capital tho distance is
4,010 miles. ' '
iTcmShanghai, China,, toJVashington
tho distance by tho nearest .-outo is
A Valuable prescription.
Editor Morrison, of Worthlngton,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You havo a valu
able prescription in Electric Bitters,
and I can cheerfully recommend it for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
us a general system tonla it has no
equal" Mrs. Annie Stehle, 3025 Cot
tage drove Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left her
and felt tired, and weary, but six bot
tles of Electrics Bitters .restored, her
health and renewed her strength.
Price CO cents and (L0Q. Oet a Bottle
at W. H, BtyeVs Druj? Store.
Geo; Foster, of Wheeling, and Wm,
BayJ Ironton, finishing in the order
.named. Ogle won the first' heat in
1:11 H and Mundhenk took the second
in 1:10. The time for the final was
1:11. In the second heat Biyand
Fletcher, of Columbus, collided, and
tho latter was seriously bruised.
The mile open was paced by a tan
dem and won by Mundhenk, with
Hedges, of Columbus, Ogle and Arthur
Foster finishing in the order named.
The half mile flying start was won
in "1:13, Mundhenk, Ogle, Arthur
Foster and Hedges taking places as
In the mile invitation also the Colum
bus "cvclono had things all his own
way, taking first easily in 2:24. Hedges
finished scc'ond and Zinsmeister, of
The five mile handicap prizes were
taken by George Foster, John Hedges,
Joseph Fostgr and T. C Fowler, of
Zanesville, respectfully. Time 14:20.
E. C, Johnson, the scratch man, caught
the bunch and made a fine sprint for
tho lead, but was unable to hold out
Tho races throughout were char
acterized by gentlemanly conduct of
the contestants and good honest riding.
Financially, tho Cycling Club is a neat
sum ahead. .
Just a few Specials to keep the ball rolling. Kindly.note the following:
A Muilin Special, Bleached.
Full yard wide, soft, fine, even
thread finished for the needle; price
by the yard or piece 5c.
A Bed-spread. Special. 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
A Silk Special. A dozen styles
of rich Persian patterns, all pret-'
ty designs, width 20fjin. 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 tp offer it for 19c per box or
7c a 'cake.
Ladies' ana gents' wheels
Four, 110, Front street.
lor rent at Big
PARASOLS Just received a new lot and at the very lowest
The Jackson Corset Waist we keep in stock always; its just what
you need for comfort.
Yours lor Bargains,
172 FRONT STREET.
rittaburg Cincinnati Lino of Steamers.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons; golngdown,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
J as. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information write or call on Jas.
B. Halgnt, Passenger Agt , No. 251 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
Stehle's Addition; !5 acres platted. Easy of
access by Trolley or otherwise. Lots 60 by 0
feet; Streets so feet wide. Call at room 5, Law
Building; see plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal In Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 minutes'
wnlk from tho business Dart of the City. Also
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Room 5, Law Building.
J. D. Payne. Special Agent,
R. Steiile, Marietta, O.
Real Estate for Sale.
OEO. B. SUNDEKLAND, 231 SECOJ.D STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1,800, 2,000,
Second Btre.it S1.700. 2.000.
12 Room Hoo.se below Butler street J3.G0O.
Third street, 0 Houses, (1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street tl.OOO, 1,800, 2,800, 5,000.
Fifth street 8300, 2,003, 3.OJ0.
Sixth street 51.R00.2 000, 2,500.
Warren street $700, 800, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House. 14.200. lot 180 by ISO.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from l7C0to
0 vacant ioib on JTont street, tiau to sdu.
b Lots on Eighth and Washington, 7300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, S300 to 100.
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 10 Lots for sale In the Ohio Valley sub divi
sion. 11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
8 Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Woostei1.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, 2,300.
E"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., hatween Front and Sedond.
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t2TDn. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Office 801
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
fSTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses, Law Building Putnam
3T We want a Salesman to sell kon commls-
elnn tn thn rptni stnrna. DrV Goods iunnlles
as a side lino. G, T. H. ScnrtAMWj Phila., PaT
HEADQUARTERS. FOR FRUITS,
Wo (11 frouvnow on handle one car-load of
B,inanas each week. Port Llmon ' Bananas,
the finest and best flavored Bananas In tho
market. Special prices by tho bunch. Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit ftore., Putnam street,
Marietta, Ohio. Telephone 179
A. J. RICHARDS,
. Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal ,Dttontlon given lo com
pounding of Proscriptions.
The entire plalitfof the Marietta
Planing Mill Company will be
sold at private sale.
' F. S. Coleman, Assignee.
May 25-2 wks.
Fourth of July Excursion.
The T. & O. C. E. R. R. will authorize the
sale of excursion tickets between all stations
on Its line and all stations on O. C. lines, July
3rd and 1th, good returning up to and includ
ing July 6th, at one fare for the lound trip.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
taTFOR SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner of Third and Ohio Bts. Easy terms.
College property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery, 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations In the city.
Almost any kind of property for sale, In the
city or country. IJvabd & Stone,
. S'5 Second Street. ,
rSTFOR 8ALE An 8 room house with an
modern improvements on Third street be
tween Scammel and Putnam streets, 13300. A
new 5-room house on Birth street near Put
nam, $2200. A 8-room house, 1300. Some busi
ness property In Beverly to exchange tor farm
land or Marietta property. Good building
lots from N0O to tioo on 'monthly paymenu.
Three businew blocks on Front street
ii J.A. PLutucK & Son.
,Cor, Putnam and Second Street.
Is our stock of Mantels and
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& Brb.A
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