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Along the Lino of Hand Cutnoros,
. HlUhoBULL'8 EYE
And And It the most perfect, ana complete
camera lor the money on the market The '00
Eattern on hand.
EVE LOPING and FINISHING for amateurs.
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The Marietta Picture Man.
7, j "n
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1800,
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for $5.00.
For Sale by
THE JEWELER I
129 Putnam' street, Marietta, Ohio.
Fine White and Fancy Ducking
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, Drapes and Alpacas
For Coats and Vests from $2.00 to
$10.00. The only garments for
I comfort during this hob summer
weather. Call and see them at
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch.
ZZxassifijiJnHidSSz- " '
We have several great bargains in
second hand 'wheels. '03, '04 and '95
wheels at from 830 to $75. If you want
an old wheel or a new one let us talk
with you. We handle the Fowler,
Sterling and Temple lines. Best on the
market At Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner & Richardson
1 yjtjBy Km j X.iS-
The Weather Man Says:
'HOT TOMORROW' '
He may bo correct in his predjction
or ne may noi, dui u it is not or, eyen
moderately warm aon't xorget mere
coolnepa at our
Delicious, cool drinks, and the finest
irmt uayors tnat our money can Duy.
One class or several of our Soda Water.
served, with pure fruit juices, will heVp
you tnrougn tne aay wpnaoriuuy, at tne
Putnam Street Drug Store,
124 Putnam Si, - Marietta, Ohio
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio,
Surveys and Oonstrnctiont Hallways,
Bridges, Foundations, SjcwkbAoh.
The "besfls none too good,
A caso of diphtheria is in the fam
ily, of Rov. M. W.Acton. A little six-
year-bld daughter is tho sufferer.
Reserved scats for Pinafore, next
Thursday and Friday evenings, aro on
ta'o and selling rapidly at tho Mariotta
Among those who loft Monday
afternoon for Columbus to appear as
witnesses before tho United States
Grand Jury wore G. J. Pringle, Clyde
Barnes, Charles Barnes, David Carpen
ter. Thomas Slreckor and J. A. Stow-
ft!& tyW?, hA' WS?i TE
aiso a memuer oi-me party.
"J tAJSuTjdaygSphjool Institute undcr(
tho auspices of tho Mariotta Associa
tion will be held with tho Lower Salom
Baptist church Tuesday and Wednes
day, June 0th and 10th. A full pro
gram has been arranged and active
and successful Sunday School workers
will be present to participate in the
exercises. A cordial welcome to all to
attend the sessions.
Tonight Prof. C. Ford will lecture
on tho "Secret of Success" at the Gil-
man avenue M. E. church. The lec
ture will bo illustrated with a phono
graphic concert on the latest and best
auditorial phonograph of Edison's.
Tho finest selections will be rendered.
Miss Pearl Mason, West Side, is
spending a few days with relatives at
Robert Mills was at Parkersburg
Monday on a business trip
Mrs. W. L. Nsubeck is spending a
few days,at Columbus the guest of her
brother, Milt Cooke,' traveling agent
for tho Tracey Wells Company.
' Mrs. Tom Huffman arrived from
the west Saturday and is the guest of
her mother Mrs. Lee, West Side.
Mrs. T. J. Deeren is visiting friends
and relatives at Lowell.
Mr. and Mrs. Madison Clinc, of
Lundville, were in the city Monday,
en route to Columbus to appear as wit
nesses before the U. S. grand jury.
U. S. Commissioner B. B. Guyton
and Sheriff W. P. Dye left Monday lor
Columbus on a business trip.
Mr. Josiah Burchett, of Watertown
returned to his homo Friday, after
spending seyeral days with Mrs. L J.
Cutter, in this city. Mr. Burchott has
passed his SOth birthday and bears his
Miss Flora Burchett, of Watertown,
returned to her homo Monday, after
spending seyeral days with friends in
Wm. Smart, of Reedyille, has been
in thCTSlty since Saturday, the guest
of his cousin, Mrs. J. M. Mason, West
Mr. Charles Elston.wlll removo to
day into the Wendelken house on the
corner of Fourth and Washington
A marriage license was issued
Monday to Edward F. Wendelken and
Millie Fairbanks, both of Marietta.
Mr. Eli Miller and little Roy are
spending a few weeks at their country
Norman Cooper, who has been so
low for three months and two weeks
with typhoid fever, is still confined to
The Aeolian Mandolin and Guitar
Club, under the direction of. Mr. H. L.
Theis will give a concert at tho Bethel
M. E. Church Saturday eyenlng, June
, Harmar Lodge No. 390, F. and A.
M., meets tonight for work in the sec
Chris. Geren, while working at the
corner of Fourth .and Sacra Via on
Monday, was relieved of his watch by
au unknown thief. The ticker was
taken from the pocket .of i his vest,
which was hanging upon a fence. The
watch had a chain with a boot charm.
W. B. Loomls and W. T. Harness
have been reappointed members of the
Board of Deputy Supervisors of Elec
tions to succeed themselves.
Work on the new boiler works
plant is advancing rapidly under tho
personal supervision, of Superintendent
J. M. Hughes. A consignment of'boil-
ers has been recoiyed from .the works
at Butler and are ready for the jrnrket.
It is oxpected that beforo they are ex
hausted the plant here, will bo in full
The goyernment inspectors will ar
rive here today from Wheeling to in
spect the new boat Gat'herineDavis.
Tho Bteamer is pronounced by local
iudtre be one of the finest ever
The Parkersburfr professional team
will cross bats with the Lobdells in
this city next Thursday. Reynolds
will pitch for tho local team.
William Wallace, ,of Parkersburg,
attempted to assume ownership of the
Union Depot Monday afternoon and
was locked up for drunkenness by
Officer Posey. The Mayor will see him
Mrs. W. W. Mills expect to leave
next Monday for Block Island, -where
she has taken ft cottage for the sum
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Way leaye to-
day for Columbus on a brief visit.
Remember Dr. Ford's entertain
ment at tho Gliman avenue M. E.
A noticcablo featiiro of Memorial
Day oxerciscs was the parado or the
Boys Brigade of the Harmar Congrega
tional church. Tho Brigade was or
ganized by the late Rov. Silas Smith
and upon arriving at. the cemetery
with Buell Post each of the boys
placed a handsome floral tribute upon
Mr. Smith's grave.
A young man named Albright, who
lives in tho Drake house abovb Devol's
Dam, was driving homo from town
Saturday eyoning when tho horse be
camo frightonod and kicked Albright
out of tho buggy. Tho young man was
badly bruised up, but no bones were
broken. - '
." 44T1W committee df gentlemen who
havcintorestedtthemselvesiin tho for-
matibbt"bf "a, ljse- ball club for tho com-.'
ing season met Monday night and for
mulated plans for tho work. Subscript
tlon papers to raiso the necessary funds
will be started immediately and if the
business men and citizens generally re
spond with their usual generosity tho
perfection of the project will be a mat
tor of but a fow weeks.
Tho Marietta public aro decent.
Saturday, when young Briant, of Park
ersburg, finished first in the novice
race, 2,000 Marietta people cheered
him. Tho Parkersburg Journal, how
ever, in its write up of tho event, gives
tho impression that the Journal won
tho race and shames the plucky rider
it tries to honor by a dirty fling at Ma
rietta and the local riders. Tho Jour
nal's jealousy grows daily more palu
ful to its friends. For the purpose of
setting straight the Journal ignoramus,
who by his notice of Briant's winnings
proves himself a novice in cyeling af
fairs, we may state that the only place
Briant secured in all the seven events
was in the novice. He violated in that
race a well known rulethakbut for the
leniency of the Marietta, officials con
ducting the meet would have disquali-
ed him. He made a good showing,
but when he got out of the novice into
the bunch of racers he was lost sight
of. Ogle, of this city, carried off $85
worth of prizes and the championship
A serious accident occurred at the
new boiler works Monday afternoon
whereby S. F. Powell, of Butler, Pa.,
one of the men engaged in putting up
the structural iron work, was painfully
injured. He fell from a swinging scaf
fold to the ground a distance of about
twelve feet, alighting on his right foot
so heavily as to crush the bones in his
ankle, causing a compound and lacer
ated fracture. He was taken to the
home of William Crum, where his in
juries received the attention of a sur
Monday forenoon as Mr. M. M.
Rose was driving up Putnam street in
a livery rig belonging to Curry & Hol
dren, the horse was frightened by the
front wheel coming off the buggy and
ran away up Third street. Tho vehi
chle was mashed against a tree in front
of S. J. Hathaway's residence and the
horse, breaking loose, ran up to Seam
mel street Mr. Rose escaped from tho
buggy without injury.
Harry Gottlieb, of Chicago, is in
the city, the guest of Probate Judge D.
A man's life may
be saved in many
as. A man may
commit suicide in a
freat many ways,
through the head
is quicker, but it
is no more certain
than neglecting his
health. If a woman
saw her husband
v,ith a pistol to his
head, she would
take prompt and
to save him : but
the same woman might see her husband
on the down-grade to disease and death
without seeing the seriousness of it. One
sixth of all the people who die, die of
consumption. Consumption doesn't come
all at once. It is insidious. The seeds
of it are'seemingly insignificant. Most
Deonle' do not know how it starts. Thou-
j sands of tpeoplc are on the road to con
sumption and dpu't know it.4 When
ever ihire is loss of flesh naleness
rvastinJ(away look out. Consumption
teasily finds a fooV-hold in a weakened
body, ijjw vitality, impure or poor
blood, imperfect digestion, nervousness,
sleeplessness all these lead to consump
tion. Taken in time, Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery will prevent the de
velopment of the disease. Taken accord
ing to directions, it will positively and
perfectly cure ninety-eight per cent, of
all cases of consumption, whether in
cipient or fully developed. Consumption
is a disease of the blood. The "Golden
Medical Discovery" is a cure for all blood
diseases, no matter in what part or how
they manifest themselves.
It you want to know all about it, and
what it has done for other people, -send
twenty-one (21) one-cent stamps to cover
the cost of mailing only for a FREE copy
of Dr. Pierce's great 1008 page work,
" Common Sense Medical Adviser."
Every family should have a copy of this
book for ready reference. World's Dispen
sary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
THE PARASOL SEASON
Is here and we arfe here with an attractive stock
both as regard styles and
prices. There is suffic
ient variety to meet the
tastes and needs of all.
Most of them are black
or white; a few are fancy
styles in colors. Some
are trimmed with ruffles
.of, the sarne, some with
the little folks,
and you know there is nothing that makes a
little girl quite as happy as a pretty Parasol.
Very modest prices for these little Parasols.
SUN UMBRELLAS. --A much larger and
finer assortment than you will find anywhere
else, "and prices all in your favor. No charge
for marking your name in Umbrellas bought
S. R.TURNER & CO..
A POST OFFICE TIME TABLE.o
A letter from Cairo, Egypt, will be
received in New Torlc in 15 days.
From New York to Aocra, in Africa,
involves 35 days of sea voyage.
In 13 days a letter mailed in New
York will bo delivered in Gibraltar.
Tho mall route from Now York to
Africa, via Panama, is 37 days' long.
The shortest mail route between New
York and Algiers demands 13 days.
"From Delagoa Bay, in Africa, a let
ter requires 45 days to reach New York.
Thirty days are required for mail to
travel between New York and Bushire.
Thirty days aro required for mail to
tf-avel .between Now York and Calcutta.
From Penang to New York a letter
requires 35 days to make the journey.
Only two days aro needed for a let
ter to travel between Halifax and New
A letter posted in Constantinople will
be delivered in New York two weelcs
Only 11 days are required to send a
letter from New York to Brindisi, in
Fourteen days are required for a let
ter to travel from New York to Athens,
via London. , " ,
From Now York to the mouth of the
Congo river the mail route requires 53
Mail from Now York city to tho Ger
man Cameroons will bo delivered in 44
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.
Coupie 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 ball rolling,
Kindly note the fol-
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 20 in. Were
$1.00 a yard, for this occasion 79c.
Waqh 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.
David Schaffer was fined $2 and
costs Monday morning for drunken
ness. At St. Marys Catholic church last
Sunday were published the bans of
Michael Hannen and Miss Kate Smith.
The wedding Is to occur June 17th.
The building committee of the
Presbyterian church decided Monday
to finally accept the bid of Thomas F.
and D. O. Jones, of Columbus, for thi
erection of the magnificent edifice at
the corner of Fourth and Wooster
streets. Tlio total cost of the church
will be about $10,000, and it is to be
completed before January 1st of next
year. The plans were drawn by Arch
itect W. R. Brown, of Cincinnati.
The case of the State against
Harry Lindsay, indicted for assault and
battery, occupied the entire day in
Common Pleas Court Monday and was
not given to the jury until late in the
evening. It will be remembered that
Lindsay about a year -ago struck a man
named O'Connor with a brick.
ft wora was received nero yesterday
ot tne sinning 01 tne tow boat ironsides
on Sandy Bar, near Belleyllle, eighteon
miles below Parkersburg, W. Va., on
Saturday night Tho boat .was en
route to Pittsburg from St Louis with
a tow of emDties. She earried a crew
o'f-thlrty-thrso men,,.aHof.whohi Were
teaved. It. was atLnrA-rcpacfeOufll
fcP'jwMMPaf1 Twejfo VjlU
r 1 . t . ttw Mr . inn o . 1 . . 1 .
ajspatcnes suuammt suctxanbOin jive.
of Pittsburg, and has been running in
the Pittsburg and New Orleans trade
for twenty-five years. Sho was built
at Pittsburg1 in 1869. The dimensions
aro 154 loot long by 30 feet wide. She
is yalued at $21,000. There is no
For Tho PudIIc Good.
In another part of this paper appears an ad
vertisement worthy the reading, as It's for the
public pood. It tells of a Free distribution of
Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy for Kidney Ills.
Read It, and call at Wm. H. Styer's, Druggist,
Ho. 21 1 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
It Means You.
F.-ervbodv w 1th a bad buck, a lame, weak or
aching one, should take advantage of the Freo
distribution of Doan's Kidney Pills. Kead
about It in today's Issue of this piper, and call
at Wm H. Styer's, Daugglst, No. aiOTront
Street, Marietta, Ohio.
If you have any trouble with your back. If It
aches. Is lame or weak, the cause nine times
out of ten Is from the kidneys Read about
the freo distribution of Doan's Kidney Pills In
this paper, and call at Wm. H. Styer's, Drug
gist, No. 240 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
Tho A B C Of It.
A kidney education Btart3 with: Back ache
means kidney ache, lame back means lame
itlddnva. weak back means weak kidneys, cure
means Doan's Kidney Pills. Read about the
free distribution In this paper, and call at Wm.
H. Styer. Druggist, No. 210 Froqt fetreet, Ma
PAKASOLS 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 for Bargains,
. CHL'S. JONES,
172 FKONT STREET.
i&TDR.Yf. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 11
Putnam St.; between Front and Second
fSTDn. E. P. EDDy, Dentist Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
fST DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and Cuing ot glasses. Law Building Putnam
CSTFOH RENT.-FIve Room Dwelling
House in Qlendale. Inquire of Jacob Gedel,
the milk man. Tues-3t.
eyWANIED, A good home for an orphan
girl aged 11 years. F. J. Cutter, Gdn.
Tues. June 2-lwk.
ISTVfe want a salesman t9 sell on commis
sion to the retail stores. Dry Goods supplies
as a side llne ,G. T. H. ScnnAMM, Phlla., Pa.
3TFOR,SiALETl new house, eight rooms,
good location," water aid "gas.. CJwPiM. H.
jftff . RQSV.EstotaAgent, 233 Second ay
Bncklan'iArn ca 8alyo.
Tna Best Salve In the world for
Oats, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pur required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or monov re
funded. Price 26 cents per box.
For ssle by W. B. Styer.
Ladle' sad sent' wheels
FooTj 118, Front stTMt
for rent at Big
..ift t i.i.r' iVv"
JiVf !WAj)QAHvj!HaronmmTSh,- ,v,
Bananas. enclmweeV Fort Llmont nananas,
the finest and best flavored Bosauas In the
market: Bpeclalprlces by the 11011011. Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit store., Putnam street,
Marietta, Ohio. Telephone 179.
3TFOR SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner ot Third and Ohio Sts. 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 ot property for sale, In the
city or country. Wabd & Store,
3 S Second Street.
Sf f OR SALE An 8 room bouse with all
modern Improvements on Third street be
tween Soammel and Putnam streets, $3300. A
new 6-room bouse on Sixth street near Put
nam, 12200. A 8-room honee, 8300. Some husl
nes nronertv In Beverlv to exch&nse for farm
land .or Marietta property. Good building
Lotsirojn two to xun on monthly payments,
Three, business blocks on Front street.
; k J. A. Pluxxb & BOS.
Cor. Putnam, and Bwond streets.
Real Estate for Sale.
CEO D. SUNDEItLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street $1,700, 1,800, 2,000,
Second street (1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street 13,600.
Third street, 6 Houses, tl.ooo, 1,200, 1,500,
1,600, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street 11,000, 1,800, 2,800, 5,000.
Fifth street soo, 2,003. 8,030.
Sixth street Jl.ROO, 2 000, 2,500.
Warren street J700, 800, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, 34.200, lot ISO by 180.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from $700 to
0 vacant, loir, on rTont street. ?u to ecu.
5 Lots on Eighth and Washlncton, (300 to
2 Lots on "Warren and Eighth, (300 to 400.
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. to Lots for sale In the Ohio Valley sub divi
sion 11 Houses near Boiler Works at a bargain.
3 Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, S2.80O.
Marietta Planing Mill
The entire plant of the Marietta
Planing Mill Company will be
sold at private sale.
F. S. Coleman, Assignee.
Fourth of July Excursion.
TheT. & O. C. E. R. R. will authorise the
sale of excursion tickets between all stations
on Its line and all stations on O. O. lines, July
3rd and 4th, good returning up to and Includ
ing July Ctb, at one fare for the round trip.
Contemplating some extensive improvements, in the near future, wo
find our stock must be reduced before we commence operations.
We have decided to inaugurate am,,
4ll"surplus stock and all goods coming in the way of our improve
ments must be sold before we commence operations.
This week we place on sale the following bargains:
pKinted Oroandies,soH 3 Kw itf.i o:
! - r,i '. ,SatePr":o ffc perytfm.
n una. Jituj -ijuui no? 'j; 61 iiu
ttfNTBP.-PlMITIEB AND JACONETS,
3 Former price 12 and 15c,
Bale price loo per yara.
Regular price 12c,
Sale price 8c per yard.
Former price 10c,
Sale price 7c per yard.
DviReffulan nrice ,12tc
.... .r . hal nrlce"7c Vier vardf
-ui.u.j a ffifTi"- h$auzf lai. OtO)'
uir; io." iTThTiu j aili j
Turkisii Bath Tow r.r.s. extra bizkj
"15 cents, 2 for !5a
A Bargain. "
Ladies' Swiss Emu. Hdkfs.,
Regular price 20 and 25c,
Sale price 15c, 2 for 25c
WniTE Quilts, Marseilles pattern,
Extra Size, Regular price $1.25.
For this Sale OSc
Monday Morning, June lBt, we place on sale 1000 yarda Indigo Blue
Print at 3 cents per yard. 10 yards to each customer.
119 and 121 Putnam St.,