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JJumt of exposures unlimited without re
sorting to dark rooms.
' For Sale by
The Marietta Picture
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, JUNE II, I COO
PERSONAL -Ni LOCAL.
The largest Picture and tho Smallest
Camera Combined for 55.00.
For Sale by
tiu: JEWCLEK I
120 JTutnam ' street, Marietta,
ine White and Fancy Ducking
for trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
Kentucky, Tow Linens.
suits; from $4.50 to $8.00 per
Fine Black and Blue
Surges, Drapes and Alpacas
Fc Coats and Vests from $2.00 to
$1(.00. The only garments for
cohfort during this hot summer
wuther. Call and see them at
fl. 0. Brown & Co.,
22J Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch.
Ve have several great bargains in
sejond hand wheels. '03
w eels at from 830 to $75. If you want
ai old wheel or a new one let us talk
w.th you. We handle tho Fowler,
Sterling and Temple lines. Best on the
mirkot. At Rodick Hardware Co.
Kperner & Richardson
The Weather Man Says:
Ho may bo correct in his prediction
or he may not, but if it is hot or oven
moderately warm don't forget there is
coolness at our
Delicious, cool drinks, and the finest
fruit flavors that our money can buy.
Ope glass or soveral of our Soda Water,
served with pure fruit juices, will help
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
124 Putnam St., - Marietta, Ohio
GEO. STRECKEH. IUCN11Y STHEOKIR
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
;..u iiniiBT-H. on Tanks. Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil llelds. We employ
none but tho best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial wo know we can please you,
Office and works on West Side.
Rev. Thos. D. Uenshaw is visiting
friends in the city, his wife, Mrs. Lin
nle Uenshaw, having been tho guestcof
her mother on'the West Side" for sev
'Tho wedding of Mr. Herman Mis
nor and Miss Blanche Lord occurred
Wednesday, as previously announced,
Rov. Dr. Dickinson officiating. Only
tho near relatives and intimate friends
were present. Tho house was beauti
fully decorated with lillies and Juno
roses. After tho ceremony tho happy
couple loft for the homo of the groom
utNihga'raJ,all6, yherq hoywlll ro
side .Tb6blosslniTS and congrntula
tlons of a multitude of friends go with
thorn. '' ' 'l
Dr.'lflanton, of Cleveland, wns in
the citv Wednesday, attending tho
Wodding of his' friend, Mr. Herman
Mlsncr, of Niagara Palls.
P. B. Porter, who is in the employ
of the Marietta Plumbing Company, is
suffering from a painful wound caused
by running a nail through his foot.
Louis Luchs was confined to his
bed Wednesday by an attack of illness.
The Lobdell base ball team will
cross bats with Corning next Sunday
at that place, taking the T. & O. C. E.
Tho Lobdell-McConnelsvillo game
will bo called at 2:30 this afternoon.
a . 4
The usual Commencement ball will
not be held this year on account of a
lack of sufficient accommodations.
Misses Bessie Cole and Florence
Trevor, of Harkersburg, were in the
city Wednesday, enroute to tho Dana
farm near Beverly, on a visit of several
Mrs. S. Luchs and daughter, Mrs.
H. Blume, and three children, arrived
Wednesday and are visiting the fam
ilies of Morris and Louis Luchs.
Mr. Henry C. Meuser, of Massilon,
is in the city, at the home 'of his father
Mr. William Meuser, Thir'd street,
nenry .is taking a much needed short
rest from his business, which is very
Mrs. Stockman, of Lawrencoburg,
Ind., is in the city, the guest of Captain
Horatio Booth and family, Fourth
The base ball subscription paper is
closed up and the foreign players noti
fied by telegraph to come on at once.
They will arrive the last of the week
and active practice will begin immedi
ately. It is not unlikely that Francis,'
Collins and Thomas, of the old team,
will be signed a little later in the sea
son. Friday, June 12th at 11:25 P, M., a
special Pullman sleeping car will leave
Marietta on the B. & O. S. W. for Cin
cinnati and St. Louis. Parties desir
ous of attending the 'Spring meeting
at Cincinnati and Republican National
Convention at St. Louis can learn par
ticulars in reference to special rates
by calling on O. M. Payne, Ticket Agt.,
Union Depot. . f
Mr. William Streeker, of Fairy iew
Heights, has sold eight of his lots, on
the Hill six to. G. C. Hawkins, one to
Mr. Elston and one to Mr. Fischer.
In the Supreme Court of Ohio Tues
day the decision of the Circuit Court in
the matter of Elizabeth Reppert vs.
the B. & O. S. W. railroad was affirmed.
This gives judgment to Miss Reppert
in the sum of ten thousand dollars.
Tho damage sustained by plaintiff 'was
the loss of a limb at a street crossing
in the then Villago of Harmar, now
Mrs. Beman Q.' Dawes and chil
dren will spend the summer in Mari
etta with relatives.
Mr. Prank Smith, Fourth street,
will move today into his old home on
Knox street. Mr. Smith's mother will
leavo today on the steamer Virginia,
for an extended visit with relatives in
. Tho -Leader is indebted to Mr.
Enoch Hugglns for some raspberries of
the "Gregg" variety very fine berries.
Complaint comes to this office con
cerning tho throwing of paper and
other rubbish in Muskingum Park. It
should bo the pride of everyone, es
pecially those who frequent tho Park,
to keep the place clean.
See Adv. of Mrs. 0. W. HoUz. and
bear her in mind when you are can
ning your fruits for winter.
Dr. O. M. Willis was at Barlow
Tuesday assisting Dr. Athey in an
operation for. tho removal, of a, malig
nant tumor of tho breast of n lady re
siding In that village.
The amount desired by' the Coim
iniUee that has b'een soliciting iiub
Eqrlptlons to put tho new paid baseball
team on its leot nas rjeen- so nearly ac
quired that tho club is now a certain
ty. The now uniforms which have
been ordered will bo here Saturday.
Roynolds, of this city, has been signed
as ono of the pitchers and six of the
rogular team will bo given trials for
positions on tho paid nine. Dick Mc
Caramon and Will McLaren will fill
their old positions in left and center
flold respectively. l
The Barlow Presbyterian sociul
will be entertained by Miss Llzzlo and
Jennie Qulnn, at their homo In Palmer,
Juno 2Mb, all day and eyerilng. Din
ner at'l o'clock.
Miss Blanche Marshal, of Kansas
City, Mo., arrived Tuesday evening
and will bo tho guest of her cousin(
Mrs. Dr. Willis.
Mrs. J. W. McKlnlej,. of Washing
ton City, is tho guest of her father, E.
Pnrkersburg papers of Wednesday
evening contain an account of a brutal
assault raado by three toughs of that
city upon Harry Aslett, a Mariettu
young man who Is crippled. Accord
ing to the Sentinel Aslett "was swiped
good and hard" by Art Smoot and
Baker and Catcher Anderson, of the
Pnrkersburg ball team. He was at
tacked because he had participated in
tho unmerciful guyijig tho Parkers
burg quitters rocofyed hero when they
threw up a lost game several days ago.
Richard Fouraker raised a disturb
ance last night at the merry-go-round
and was' arrested for drunkenness and
r-A ski,n game man who knows his
business got in uls work on a crowd of
innocents on Front street Wednesday
night and as a result is a hundred or
more dollars ahead. He first worked
the old "soap game" on several persons
and transferred a nice little s,um of
money from their pockets to his. Ho
then moved to another location and
after a crowd had gathered worked 15
or 20 fallows who were looking for
something for nothing snaps in a most
artistic manner. Requesting the loan
of a dollar "to do what lie pleased
with" he was promptly handed one by
a stool pigeon, and after fingering it
for awhile returned it to tho owner
with another dollar as interest He
then asked for 10 men to loan him a
dollar "to do what he pleased with"
and those anxious to profit by the
scheme before the trap was sprung al
most fell over themselves handing up
the money. The fakir quietly put the
money in his pocket, lit a cigar and re
paired to his hotel.
Harmar lodge No. 115, I. O. O. F-,
will have worlc in the Initiatory de
Mr. Enoch Summers, manager,
captain and third baseman of the Gal
lipolls club, ,has been playing ball for
the last twenty-five years and is forty
two years of age. He has been mar
rjed three times and as many times di
vorced, but is not yet daunted by mat
rimonial ventures and is at present
looking for his fourth wife Sentinel.
Messrs. O. D. Russell and H. B.
Robertson, of Pomeroy, are in the city
in the interest of the bicycle races to
be held in that city July 4 th.
E. G. McClure, of Washington, Pa.,
is in the city on business.
Marshal James Parlln was at Park
ersburg Wednesday endeavoring to lo
cate the bicycle stolen recently from
Charles Hoist, this city. Ho was un
able to get any trace of tho machine.
Prof. M. R. Andrews will go to
Beallsville Saturday to address the
graduating class of the High'School at
Mr. Chris. Weinstock, an aged gen
tleman living at Moss Run, this
county, fell out of bed a few days ago
and sustained a fracture of the hip
" The petit jury for the May term of
Common Pleas Court was discharged
The members of Elk. Eyo Encamp
ment, I. O. O. F., enjoyed a delightful
banquet, Wednesday evening.
Mr. Kent Loomis, the able night
editor of the Cincinnati Tribune, will
continue in that position after the con
solidation of the Tribuno and Com
mercial Gazette, which takes place
next Monday. The Tribune plant will
be moved to the Commercial Gazette
New Wash Stuffs!
Doctors are often handicapped by the
mere fact that when Ucating the diseases of
women, they suggest and insist on " exam
inations" and "local treatment." A great
many of them do not know that this is abso
lutely unnecessary, Many a woman ha;
been thrown into a dangerous state of ner
vous excitement by the mere suggestion of
such treatment. Many women lie to the
doctor. That sounds hard, but it is un
doubtedly true. They know that if they
admit certain symptoms that the doctor
will inevitably insist on an "examination,"
They do not give him all the facts in the
case, and so he works in the dark. Quite
often the doctor is tq'buSy and too hurried
to make the necessary effort to obtain the
facts.. He frequently treats symptoms for
what they appear laif on the surface, when
the real cause and thcircal sicknessis deeper
and more dangerous. A derangement of
the distinctly feminine organs will derange
the whole body. The woman herself may
not know exactly what is the matter with
her, but whenever she is sick, there arc two
things she should look out for first. One is
what is called "female weakness;" the
other is constipation, for these two things
frequently go' together. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription is designed for the euro
of diseases and disorders of women, audit
does curs -t-, it Jio soi jfartnincr its
healing mission for 30 years, and tens of
thousands of women have been made happy
by it.4 Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are for
constipation, and contingent ills. Druggists
sell them, but sometimes in well meaning
ignorance, they will try to sell you some
thing else. There is nothing "just the
same" or "just as good." The druggist
who tells you there is, is either mistaken
'If you care to know more about your own body,
send a: one-cent stamps to cover cost of mailing
only, and you will receive absolutely free a copy
of Dr. Pierce's i.ooS page book, "Common Sens
Medical Adiiser." Address, World's Dispensan
Medical Association. Buffalo, N. Y.
Tnnv itccooMZCD iikk.
You will have to come often, if you see all the
pretty goods that pass through
our hands. Some of them are
only here a few days.
Just now we are showing a
particularly attractive line of
Batistes, plain, striped and fan
cy. There are new Dimities,
new Lawns and Organdies
some of them in Dresden styles.
WHITE GOODS. A stock
vastly superior to any other in
variety and price attractions. Elegant wide
Embroidered Flouncings at half the prices you
expect to pay for such goods.
LACES A fresh, new lot of the sorts that are
most desirable. No trouble now to find wha
An Extremely Interesting Bit of News
For Sharp Shoppers.
Two cows met a "bloomer girl" on a
"What sort of a creature is this?" said
one. "It looks something Jiko a man."
"Nothing of tho kind," said the sec
ond. "It's only one of those 'new
"How do you know?" asked the first
"Because she has crossed a field to
avoid meeting us." Chicago Record.
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 sort 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 stork; we are willing that
5 Dozen Corsets,
this sale 75 cents.
of different makes, formerally sold for $1.00, for
Ladies' Undervests, both long and short sleeves, from 5c to 50c.
500 yards of India Dimities, that weio 10c, for this sale Sc per yard.
1000 yards of Wash Goods, that formally sold for 10, 12, 15 and
20c,-for this sale 5c per yard.
Parasols a beautiful line of color
ed and white, Ladies and Children's at
For Tho PudIIc Good.
In another pait 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,
ltead it. and call at Win. II. Styer's, Druguist,
No 21 Front Street, M arietta, Ohio.
It Means You.
Everybody with a bad back, a lame, weak or
aching one, should take advantage ot the Free
distribution of Doan's Kidney Pill'! Head
about it in today's issue of this paper, and call
at Wm. II. Styer's. Dauggist. No. 210 Front
Street, Marietta, Ohio.
If you have any trouble with your back, if it
nfhps. islamo or weak, the cause nine times
out of ten-Is from tho kidneys. Head about
the fiee distribution of Doan's Kidney Pills In
this paper, and call at Wm. H Styer's, Drug
gist, No. 210 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
The A B C Of It.
A kidney education starts with: Back ache
means kidney ache.Mame back means lame
kiddeys. weak back means weak kidneys, cure
moans Doan's Kidney rills. Head about the
free distribution in this paper, and call at Wm.
H, Styer. Druggist, No.,--21u Front Street, Ma
Pakasols: 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 to $1.25. For style and fit they are un
equaled; inspect them.
An Odd Lot Shirt Waists: Good dark patterns, just a little out of
style but must be sold, for oniy 25c.
Another similar lot but light colors, for this sale 10c apiece.
Buy now, before the sizes and styles are broken.
172 FRONT STREET.
PAnKEiisiiuno, June 9. An accident
hannoned this morning on a farm of
Judge John J. Jackson, which lies
about five miles from town on the back
Williarastown road, whereby a 'derrick
workman was killed and two others
w'ero injured, but not very badly. An
oil derrick was being erected and it
was' partly constructed. A builder
from the neighborhood of Mannington
by the name of E. G. Cordray, was at
work In tho derrick about 18 feet from
tho floor with Will Headley and an
other workman whose name wo do not
know assisting him. There was a
cross-board in tbo derrick on which
two of tho men were standing, when
Headloy walked out onto the same
board and the woight of tho tree was
more than tho board would sustain
and It broke, participating them all to
tho ground. Cordray fell ojx .the out
side., strik'tnir on. the "back o'f'lils head
ind producing co3cugsioi offtfie brain
causing his death in about a half hour
afterwards; Headley fell on the1 insldo
of tho derrick and was hurt pretty
badly, but not seriously. The un
known party received no injuries
worth speaking of.
Curo l'or Ileiiiluclie.
As a remedy for all forms of Head
ache Eloctric Bitters has! proved to bo
the very best. It effects a permanent
euro aud tho most dreaded habitual
sick headu'ehes yield to Its intluonco.
Wo urge oil who are allllctou toprocuro
a bottle, nud give this remedy a fair
trial. In cases of habitual constipation
Electric BJtters cures by giving tho
needed tonic to tho bowels, and few
cases long resist tho use of this medi
cine. Try It once. Fifty cents and
S1.00 at W. H. Styer's Drug Store,
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO D. SUNnEItLAND, 231 SECOND STI1EET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1.RO0, 2.C00,
Second street SI.700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street U3,0C0.
Third street, 0 Houses, $1,00C, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourtn street gi,inu, i,nju, z,ow, o,wv.
Fifth street 8S00. 2,003. 3,000.
Sixth street J1.S00, 2.000, 2,500.
Warren street 700, S00, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, 1,200, lot ISO by ISO.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
Marietta Planing Mill
SSTFon Rent. Two large convenient lur
nished rooms on first floor, 425 Second St.
fSTFOR RENT. A furnished room at No,
ISO Gllraan Ave.
ISTW ANTED. A good girl. Best of wages
to the right person. Address,
Box 27, Marietta, O,
June 10, 2t.
If you want nice papers at
lowkst prices do not fail
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
Dysie & Co.,
128 Front Street.
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. O. E. R. R. will authorize the
sale of excursion tickets between hll'statlons
on Us line and all stations on C. C. lines, July
3rd and 4lh. good returning up to and includ
ing July Cth, at one fare for the round trip.
jeyMarietta parties are asked to make
Pleasant IUU farm a resort. Supper furnish'
ed. Large parties please notify, Mrs. Henry
taHDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
3&"Dli.''E. P.'; 3EpnycDentlst. Office E01
Front sweet, opposite Solders Monument.
JSTDRJ OALljaHER-46iseases of the oye
and fitting of glasses. La Building Putnam
2TF0R SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner ot Third and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
CollesepropertyonJ'llth St. opposite Mound
Oemotery. 120 by 230 foet, one of the nicest lo
cations lu the city. .
Almost any kind ot property for sale, In the
city of country. Waud & Stone,
2 5 Second Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal ottontion glvon to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
ftlASON & WILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
Complete in c
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t'Vr- fl ale l
, ;i hw. jiu
EETFOR SALE A new room bouse HC0,
A business front of 10 ft onGreeno bt. near
rront. cheap. A lino brick residence with 20
acres ot land and all Improvements, within'
two miles nf city, JOCOO. We have 100 lots In
Muskingum Park addition at from 8115 to (300
on mohthly payments. We will erect houses
for all patties paying cash for lots. A busi
ness block for tsjop, ,now renting tor t750 a
J. A. Plumeu &, Son, ,
Cor, Putnam and Second Streets.
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 & Bro.s 404 Third st