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The Pocket Kodak
Not a toy, A perfect Instrument with a flnol ens.
It is the best camera for the money In the
market. Can ba reloaded Jn daylight. ,
Number of exposures unllmltei without re
sorting to dark roams.
For Sale by
The Marietta Picture Man.
The Largest Picturo and the Smallest
Camera Combined for' (5.00.
For Sale by
THE JKWELEB I
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio,
Fine White and Fancy Ducking
for trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
Kentucky Tow Linens.
LTor 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
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.
We have several great bargains in
second hand wheels. '03, '94 and '95
wheels at from ?30 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
The Weather Man Says:
Ho may be correct in his prediction
or he may not, but if it is hot or even
moderately warm don't forget there is
coolness at our ,
f f A v-r itw.
i1 ' ...
Delicious, cool drinks, and the unesVUtj
fruit Mayors that our money can ouy.
Ono gloss or several of bur Soda Water,
served with pure fruit juiqos, will help
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,'
124 Putnam St, Marietta, Ohio
To connect with Sunday.' trains ol the Ohio
Central Llnoa at P&los, the Ti & O. O, Ex. II.
n. will run Its trains Nos.'l and I, leaving Ma
rietta at 9 o'clock a. m. and arriving at :5
a. si. dally, commencing Sunday, May, Sith.
This Is made necessary in order to avoid delay
of through buslnessrom the Ohio "Central
LTJntil further notice, the rate Of fare between
all T. & O. O. Ex. stations ot Buadaya will 'he
oae fare for the round trip. ' '
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
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SATURDAY. JUNE 6, 1890
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Fans! Funsl Fnns at Jones', 172'
Another bicycle was stolen Friday
evening from nasty's yard on Front
street .The wheel was a Rambler,
numbered either 5030 or 7042 and be
longed to Charles H'olz. The reglar L.
A. W. reward of ?25 will be paid for
the capture of the thief.
An Uncle Tom show under canvas
is one of the latest amusements to
strike the city.
Miss Agnes Cadwallader enter
tained a number of friends last even
ing at her home on Putnam street.
Friday forenoon the jury in ""the
- AtiB Wi&Qhio , lsT'l QA& S'fllale
triediqn the charge of
f Kprnnd dnrrrArt
VMrirn nf rfin.si .? r
mnrflerf-returncdM vdrdlct' "of assault
andaVterjafUrtbe.ipgut almost. 24.
hours. This will no doubt end the
case. M&lo had been tried once bo fore,
but the jury disagreed. Two of the
State's chief witnesses are' now dead,
Mrs. Picket, mother of the murdered
man, and an aged gentleman who also
was an eye witness. '
Bargains in towels, toweling, table
cloth goods and napkins at Bee Hive.
The committeo who are soliciting
subscriptions to put Marietta's now
paid base ball team on its feet are
meeting -vith fair treatment and ex
pect to. haye the necessary amount
subscribed before tomorrow. The now
uniforms will be ordered immediately
and the club will bo in shape to open
.the season June 15th. Then if Ka
nawhaville is still indisposed1 to accept
the inevitable she can haye another
dose of Marietta bitters.
The postofflce at Reno was burg
larized Thursday night by unknown
parties, making the second time that
the office has been broken into during
the past year: Mr.. Rufus Kester
is postmaster and the office is located
in his store.' U. Commissioner Guy
ton, Deputy Sheftff McCallister and
Detective George Wendelken went out
to Reno Friday with a bloodhound and
secured' a valuable clue.
An Odd lot of Shirt Waists at
Jones' this week. 25c.
.-rIn -'Squire Guyton's court Friday
Mrs. iVesta ''Stonestreet filed ani affi
davit charging Prof. John A. Stone,
Principal of the West.Side Schools, with
assault and battery. It is alleged, that
Prof. Stone chastised' Roy Stonestreet,
a ten-year-old boy with undue severity.,
George Ammon was tried in Com
mon Pleas Court Friday on the charge
of petit larceny and found not guilty.
r-In Mayor 'Meisenhelder's court
Friday Frank May was assessed ?5 and
costs for disorderly conduct
The Commencement under the Box
well "Law will ba held in Mho H'itfh
School this morning at 10:30. There
are forty-seven graduates, half of
whom come from Salem township.
The address to the graduates will be
given by the Rev. Geo. R. Gear.
For millinery goods it always pays
to visit the Bee Hive.
Frank McKenna, a 13 year old boy
living on upper Third street, had the
misfortune, to fall from a bicycle
Thursday night and broke his arm.
O. J.. Fuller has'; returned .from
Canton, where He. attended the con
vention of the Undertakers' Associa
tion. The first of the free park concerts
will be given' in Muskingum Park
Thursday evening, Juno 18th.
A large number of horses are in
training at the Fair Grounds for the
races July 4th and are showing up in
good form. The horses are worked out
regularly on Tuesdays and Fridays of
Mr. Geo. P. Slocomb, Sixth street,,
has improved his house very much by
paint. It is pure white set off with
green blinds, and it looks very pretty.
. Special sale of Corsets at Jones'.
$1.00 corsets for 75c.
The regular monthly meeting of
the "Y" society will be held 'in the
High School building, Saturday after
noon at half past threo o'clock.
Owing to a misunderstanding in
regard to time of the .Sonoma, only six
members of the Senior class, of Mariet
ta College, came up to this place last
Saturday evening, quite a number be
ing left They were met at the boot
by Rey. Mr. Beaumont who escorted
them to the church, where the young
ladies had prepared a light repast, con
sisting of cako and cream. Here the
evening was spent very pleasantly in a
social manner. On Sunday evening
the members of the class repaired to
.fmfn JAVmA nf"Rov. Tl(atininnlfnrnt.
1 T . J v. " TT IBf'l'W",4
mmmvu nliu u
, ,.--n wf ;
W . . .Vf4t7."EC.S: .. TJ'. -'-?
was inscribed "faenona, uiafis oz'OO,
in turn to be presented to a child, which
thoy had named, whonit became older.
The young men ar,e loud in their praise
of the hospitality extended them by
our people and of the enjoyable time
they spent here.- The onjy regretable
occurrence in connection with their
ylsit was tho taking 111 of Mr, Beau
mont, very suddenly Saturday evening
of cholera morbus, preventing him from
preaching Sunday. Beverly Dispatch.
Beady trimmed hats for Ladies,
Misses aud Children cheaper than ever.
a( Bee Hire.
Read Jones' Add. this week.
' ! Harjey Brdwri, 'of Dunham,. ,yvns
appointed penitentiary guard Wednes
day from this county, in place of John
Shramm, of Salem, tho present incum
bent Graduates at tho Boxwell Com
mencement, Marietta, Juno 0th: Car
rie P. Lauer, Agnes Vicke.-s, Ella N.
Willis, Maud Henry, Hallle Lucas,
Sheila Barnes, Stella Bloomingdale,
Maggie Chandler, Ora Ellen wood, Sibyl,
Graham, Myrtlo Hill, Emma Hass, Mat
tie Howell. May E. Kidd, Sadio Kim
mick, May Monbury, Bertha Pierce,
Blanche Pepper, Lessie Stanley, An
netto Schrader, Cora Whetstone, Ber
tha Wilson, Nellie Zimmer, John Ball
way, Oscar Barnett, B. W, Chandler,
Edward Hennemany Charles Weeks,
Foster Rose, Harold Nulton, Fred
.TacHson, Dunn; Brooks, Thomas Do
Tonrr. Prnnlf Tri. Tl'nrr. T.vmfin firmlinr
Jjdtt. GrcenYee$ Jyram Har'twjg.A'-
tour; , naroy, um uarisuorn.rMynaft
mors' Ironsf George ' Holland, "ChnrleB'
Kelly, ,",E$ward; Moranstcrn, Invin
Magee, Herman., Muellertfl, vunence,
Mayle. ';. .
Lace Curtains -and Curtain Poles.
Special prices this week at Jones'.
Benjamin Minger. serving two
years from Washington county on file
chargo of perjury in the United States
courts here, who has been in the prison
hospital for so long, underwent a criti
cal operation in the hospital yesterday.
Ho has been ill of a disease' that puz
zledthe physicians until. recently it has
been decided that he had-purulent
pleuritis. It was recently discovered
also that Minger has his heart on tho
right side Instead of the left side, as in
the .case of other mortals. It was de
cided to tap the pleural cavity yester
day, and when this was done by Drs.
Wagenhals and Tharp, seven quarts of
pus were taken from the left pleural
cavity. Whether the large amount of
foreign matter in tho left pleural cav
ity is responsible for the displacement
of the heart is not yet determined.
State Journal. Minger was convicted
for perjury in defense of Henry Bel
ford, convicted of the robbery of tho
postoffice at Cochransville, Jlonroe
county, being the first of the notorious
"Fort Sidney Gang" sent up. Both
convictions were secured through evi
dence secured by Sheriff Reynolds, of
St. Marys, and U. S. Commissioner
Guy ton, of this city. ''
j Just received a new lot of shirt
waists, ladies' ties, collars and cuffs' at
Miss Sadio Pattin, a highly esteemed
young lady of Macksburg, was mar
ried at noon Wednesday to Mr. C. F.
Shotwell, a well and favorably knowp
young man of Dell Roy, Ohio. The
weddirig took ploce at.the home of tho
bride's parents in Macksburg,- Rev.
Welch officiating. Among thosethat
attended were the greater part 61 tho
class of '95 of the Macksburg High
School, of which Miss Pattin was .a
member. The class presented tho
bride a beautiful chair. Mr; John W.
Fischer and Miss Blanche Widdows
were groomsman and bridesmaid. Aft
er numerous congratulations and good
wishes for their future welefare, the
guests were invited to a sumptuous re
past, which no pains had been spared
to prepare. Those present besides the
family were: Rev. and Mrs. D. S.
Welch, Supt. and Mrs. F. P. Wheeler,
Misses Blanche Widdows, Maude Ath-'
orton, "Nellie Burton', Nellie Scarberry,
Lizzie Ayers, Nellie Neptiipe, Rosa'
Cain, Icy Mosley, of Dexter City, and
Messrs. John W. Fischer and W. E.
A large assortment of ParasoU at
Jones', prices away down.-
Friday evening's production of
Pinafore does not. need detailed -description
after what has been said be
fore. The audience .was not bo large
as on the proceeding eyening, but was
eyen more enthusiastic in its concep
tion of the beauties of the opera. The
parts throughout were 'better carried
than at the,, Thursday evening produc
tion, Mr. Israel's improvement being
remarkable. .His voice is delightful
for its purity and -sweetness and he
sang with much greater freedom and
strength than on the night before.
Miss Marie Buell more than duplicated
her previous superb performance.
Miss Wehrs and Miss Helen Buell were
perfect and the audience was not slow
in expressing approval of their efforts.
The magnificent voices of Messrs.
Adams and Coste were received with
vociferous applause. Major Hancock
and Claude Clemenger did their horn
pipe to the keen delight of everybody
present and the chorus and orchestra
were perfection itself. The opinion
generally expressed is that tho., entire
performance was; greatly superior to
that on-theHmtial evening1 LandJ taken
as a whole one of the mpsb zquis('
ever, riven bv Marietta tale.
Borry to state that Ifrom
I Standpoint, Mr. Adams, tho mtffingeiW
is a loserj an nis urews swBt HifSES a.
For laces, embroideries;
tains, handkerchiefs, boisery, gloves
and underwear and silk mits it wlU'pay
you to visit tho Bee Hive.
BadUoB'aJLra cm sjUvc,
Tub Best Salve in the world for
Outs, Bruises, Bores, Uloers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Bkin
Eruptions, and positively cures Files
or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to
'rive 'perfect satisfaction, or money re-
runaeo. rnvo o cents per oo.
For ale by Vf? H, Styer.
A man's life may
be saved in many
ways. A man may
commit suicide in a
great many ways.
through the head
is quicker, but it
is no more certain
than neglecting his
health. If a woman
saw her husband
with 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
people do not know how it starts. Thou
sands of people are ,on the road to con
suniotion and don't know it When
ever there is'loss'of flesh paleness j
,$vasung away-:iooK -out. consumption
j-easUyijEndsja-foot-hotd 'in! .a weakened
JW-Mv: "Low. vitnlltv?" imnure. tor noor
DlVIVliAJUha. US kUlJIa WUU V -
fiori. '! 3
' Takeri'ni? -time? "Dr. Pierce's Golden.
jueuicai tiscovery win prevent iuc uc
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 allblood
diseases, no matter in what part or how
they manifest themselves.
It you want to know all about it, and
what if has done for other people, send
twenty-one (21) one-cent stamps to cover,
the cost of mailing only for a frbb copy
of Dr., Pierce's great 1008 page work,'
- " Common Sense Medical Adviser.V
..Every family should have a copy of this
book for ready, reference. World's Dispen
sary, Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V.
San Francisco municipal officers have
uccreed that no bicycle rider shall carry
on his wheel a child under six years of
Cycles are used in largo numbers in
Johannesburg, South Africa. It is said
there are 4,000 in uso by all classes in
Arthur Zimmerman, the champion
racer, announces tliat ho will not ride
this year except for pastime, having
accepted-a position as cycling editor on
a city paper.
Washington leads all the cities in this
country in bicyle riding, on aocountof
its excellent streets. In fact, it might
be said with truth thateverybody rides,
young and old, rich an d poor.'
- A, now uso for the bicycle has been
discovered in the Now York state' ro
formatory at Elmira,i which is much
commended by the-general superintend
ent. The .captain of the watch makes
his rounds within the. prison proper
through tho main corridors on a cycle,
't. All hopes of getting any satlsf action
for the murder in Armenia of Lenz, the
American bicycle tourist, have been
abandoned The apathy of the Turkish
officials, or their open opposition, has
hampered inquiry until, the American
investigators have lef t'lndespair.
Real Estate for Sale.
OEO. 11. SDKDEBIASD, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE' UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street $1,700, 1,600, 2,000,
Second street ?1,700, 3,000.
12 Room House below llutler street 13,000.
Third street, fl Houses, 1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 8,000. .
Fourth street $1,000. 1,800, 2,300, 5,000.
Fifth street JS00, 2,003. 3,030.
Sixth street $1,800, 2.000, 2,500.
Warren street 8700, boo, 900, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, f,200, lot ISO by ISO.
ear For the nest; 80'' days Fleming the new
Photographer, will make First Class Photo
graphs at J1.00 per Dozen. Guaranteed not to
Fade. (Babies are not Included.) Go and see
them they are Fine. 2 w. & 1 d. .
JFOR RENT. A furnished room at No.
1E0 Gllman Ave.
Igy-FOR RENT Shoe store In Wellsvllle,
O. Best location In the town.
Jtgy-Marletta parties are ask.e tom,ako
Pleas'aSt'Hlil farm a resort. Supper furnish
ed., targe parties please notify. Mrs, Henr
J3TI100. worth of remnants left, being sold
very cheap at auction on Front sweet.
"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St. , between Front and Second .
yDn. E. P. EDny, Dentist: Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
CBDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
narc. W. Carpenter, Fainter' and Taper
Hanger. Especial attention to plastic worlt.
Leave orders at Dysle's Drug Store
aged 11 years.
Tues. Jnne, 2-lwk.
A good home for an orphan
F. J. Cutter, Gdn,
ZSTVTe want a salesman to sell on commls'
slou to the retaU stores. Dry Goods supplies
as a side line. G. T. H.'Schiuhm, Thlla., Pa.
TFOR SALE A new bouse, eight rooms,
good location, water and gas. Cheap. M. H,
Hart, Real Estate Agent, 233 Second St.
HEADQUARTERS FOR, FRUITS,
We will fofii eSw &n handle one iartfoai ot-
ananas etebL.weekPortj,Llni9n Bana,pa0,'
utest .iroprea 'jranouas- in- me
Store., Putnam, street,
-' Telephone i7v.'
jj tTFORSALE.' Boarding house, 18it0om4,
corner $l'Tlllrtt:'aDfffOhlo, 8t. 'Easyftenns.
College properly on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetory. WO by 230 feet, one of thff nicest lo
cations In the city.
Almost any kind of property for sale, In the
city or country. Wabd & Stoke,
, 2." s Second Street.
eSTFORSALE An (j-room house With all
modern Improvements on Third street be
tween Scammel and Putnam streets, tsaoo. A
new B-room house on Sixth street-near' Fat
m. 19900. -A.R.mnm hnuAA. 1300. Kama busi
ness property In Beverly to exchange for farni
land or Marietta properly. Good building,
lots from xw to-iwo on monthly payments.
Three business blocks on Front street. -r
J. A. Plumb & SON,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
June is here and in a few swift days w;e will
be in the midst of Commencement with its
odor of roses, its flutter of fans and
flutter of hearts. The Fans that
flutter will, most of them, havecome
from Turner's. Assuredly, nowhere
else may be found such a gathering
of prettiness in Fans. Very modest
prices for these dainty creations in
sillc, satin, gauze or feathers.
There are certain other things you must have
for the various social events of the Commence
ment Season--Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons,
Ties, Belts Fine Hoseand you will naturally
qome tojthe stiore Where the largest assortments
ashown andihe best money's worth is given. :
ypc Summer corset will contribute mucrTto
your comfort. We are just receiving fresh ad
ditions to the corset stock and have just the
one you want.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
An Extremely Interesting Bit of News
For Sharp Shoppers.
Most of us know that the end of the season is four weeks away; it
means more to us than to you. We have taken a Bort of prelimin
ary census of the store's stock; here and there we find a few dozen
or a few pieces of goods that are the tag ends of large lots gone before.
Maybe you trust your own judgment more than our advertisement;
then make a tour of investigation to the stoke; we are willing that
5 Dozen Corsets, of different makes, formerally sold for $1.00, for
this sale 75 cents.
Ladies' Undervests, both long and short sleeves, from 5c to 50c.
500 yards of India Dimities, that were 10c, fortius sale 8c per yard.
1000 yards of Wash Goods,
20c, for this sale 5c per yard.
Parasols: Parasols: Just the thing for a nice' graduation present;
and the Fans to keep up the breeze. A large assortment of both, and
prices away down, which an inspection will prove. ;
Shirt Waists from 50c
equaled; inspect them.
An Odd Lot Shirt Waists: Good dark patterns, just a'-Jitlle out of
style but must be sold, for only 25c.
Another similar lot" but light colors, for this sale 10c apiece.
Buynow, before the sizes and styles" are broken. ' ,' " " ' " :
Eespectfully, ' "
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at
lowest prices do not fail
join the procession.
Remeriiber the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Contemplating some extensive improvements, in the near future, we
find our stock must be reduced before we commence operations.
We have decided to inaugurate an
All 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: ( .
Regular price 10 and lSJc,
' Salo price 6c per yard.
pVV'tfifpier price vii ahdl5c,c .
yL& 'L-i kT PB,n P"co;mio per yaru
'DlU5SflUJ(jnAMS, i i , " o i
Sale" prico 8c por yard-
32-INCH PEItCALKS, "
, Sale prico 7c per yard,
Monday Morning, Juno '1st, we place on sale 1000 yards Indigo-"Blue
Print at 3cents per yard. 10 yards to each customer. ''
119 and 121, Putnam' St.,.
formally sold for 10, 12, 15 and
For style and. fit they are un-
Marietta Planing 11
The entire plant of the Marietta
Planing Mill Company will be
sold at private sale.' .
F.S, Coleman, Assignee.
Fourth of July Excursion.
The T. & O. 0. E. R. R. will authorlM the
sale of excursion, tickets between all stations
on Its line and all stations on C. C. lines, July
3rd and 1th, good returning up -to and lncluu-
Regular price 12Kc,
Sale prlce7c pen yard.
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TlTHKIsn BATHITOWKLH. EXTRA SIZE,-'. ' aJft
h-e yd. b..iv..,j lfFcenUffloraWiW'flSdfcd
-; roown wAji!frfiota-. ." w? AS? iM;
'ii !, a! ' t -i !, .i i Vs
"rrj"-. n n.. t- .mt... j
Regular price' WWrftrafeeTWo?'. ci&&h
Sale prlca,115e,cjfor'25c. wUoSerf
1 - V -V
White Quilts, Makseilles. pattern,
Extra Size, Regular price 51.25,
For. this Salo'08c.
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