Newspaper Page Text
The Pocket Kodak
Notatov A rerfect Instrument with a llnlens
alt Is tlie best ciinppi for the monev In the
A market. Can bo reloaded In daylight.
Number of exposures unlimited without re
sorting to dark rooms.
For Sale by
The Marietta- Picture Man.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY. JUNE 10, IQ80
PERSONAL AMD LOCAL
'The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for ?5.00.
for Sale by
TIIK JEWLLEIt 1
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 $S.OO 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. Oall and see them at
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch.
. "W laJfJS m . .tw.wam-w-.- JV"f-frtV .,
r -T " --TL: M.irT t - - ---- - .-.- z.-a
-wjsLiau?--fccJft ssft "
Wo have several great bargains in
second hand wheels. '93, '94 and '95
wheels at from $30 to ?75. If you want
an old wheel or a new one lot us talk
with you. We handle the Fowler,
Sterling and Temple lines. ReEt on the
market At Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner & Richardson
The Weather Man Saysi
TT mav bo correct in his predictiSn
or he may not, but if it,is hot or even
moderately warm don't forgot there is
coolness at our - ,
Delicious, cool drinks, and the finest
fruit flavors that our money can buy.
Ono glass or sovoral of our Soda Water,
served with pure fruit juices, will holp
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
134 Putnam St., Murletta, Ohio
GEO. STJIECKEB. HENRY BXRECEKR
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repahlng Boilers In the oil netds. "We employ
none but the best mechanics In this J ne.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
Bcnj Nye died at) his homo on
Scammcl street at about 12:30 last
night. Ua had been 111 but a short
Mr. and Mrs. V W. Vincent, of
Vincent, were Itl the city Sunday, the
guests of relatives.
The management of tho Fourth of
July celebration has secured Schllcher's
band for. the occasion.
Mr. Arthur Wagner loft Saturday
morning for Cincinnati, where he has
accepted a position as druggist with
thp firm of Wm. II. Adderly & Co, ..
Mrs. T. Remloy-returocd homo to
Columbus Saturday, after "'a pleasant
visit with her 'parents, 'Mr- h&fLMr$
Murray tycMillcn. r ,
L P. Hill, of the Oil We'll Supply
Company, expects to leave today for a
four week's outing at the seashore.
B. J. Iiobdcll Is in New York on a
"Cooney" Coon was locked up by
Marshal Parlln Sunday, charged with
disorderly conduct. Ho threatened to
strike his mother with a brick
A man from Waverly, who refused
to giye his name, is In tho city prison,
having been arrested Sunday for
Mrs. Susan Cook returned last
night from a visit to Athens,, accomp
anied by her son, Dr. E. V. Cooke.
Tho B. & O. S. W. paycar came in
Sunday, having on board a number of
officials of the road.
Miss Sarah Warren, Third street, is
seriously ill with erysipelas.
A cave-in at the tunnel at Blshop
ville, on the T. & O. C. Ex. railroad,
caused a transfer of passengers Sunday
The T. & O. C. Ex. brought in a
number of colored peoplo Sunday to
attend tho meeting at the Fair Ground.
Earl Chapin and Ross Toler en
gaged in a fight on Butler street Satur
day night and were arrested by Officer
Wellbrook. They will have a hearing
Mrs. Frank Biszantz and three
children and Miss Lizzie Bis:anU left
at'll:25 Friday night for St. 'Louis, Mo ,
to visit relatives for tho next ten days.
Mr. E. R. Ruhrah, Division Freight
Agent of the B. & O. S. W., with head
quarters at Chillicothe, is In tho city
At Constitution Friday a house
owned by Tunis Middleswart and oc
cupied by Henry Cass&y, with his
family, was destroyed by fire, together
with all Mr. Cassidy's household goods
and personal effects. Ono hundred
dollars in money was burned. There
was no insurance on cither house or
contents. The origin of the fire is un
known. Mr. J. M. White has bpen selected
to manage the now Marietta base ball
team and Mr. Willis Morris Treasurer
of the organization.
In Mayor's court Friday Charles
Carpenter was fined ?10 and costs and
sentenced to 20 days Imprisonment for
drunkenness. Charles Kemp drw a
prize of S2 and costs for a plain drunk.
Tho Board of Trado is proceeding
systematically to secure the naming of
one of the now U. S. gunboatB Mariet
ta In honor of the first settlement of
the Northwest territory at this point.
Strong letters favoring such action
have been written to the Secretary of
War by Judge Harmon, Hon. C. H.
Grosvenor, Senator Sherman, ex-Gov.
McKinley and other prominent men
and the prospects that Marietta will
soon be represented in Undo Sam's
floating armament are flattering.
John Gowdy and Clarence Woodin
were arrested Saturday on the charge
of petit larceny. It was alleged that
they stole a watch belonging tb Chris.
In tho case of Dr. Stanley vs.
Louisa Stanley, tried before 'Squire
Guyton Saturday, judgment was ren
dered for the defendant.
Walter McCabe,- Horry Smith and
Line. Rowland were fined $2 and costs
each, by Mayor Moisenholder, Satur
day, for drunkenness and disorderly
Tho funeral of Mrs. Francis E.
Smith, who died Friday night, took
place Sunday afternoon from tho resi
dence on Ohio street Mrs. Smith was
45 years of age.
Frank Kelly, of Parkersburg, and
Vernon Kelly, of Beverly, were in the
2ft' tho Democratic rna.ssfconven.tion
Snturdttv thai following delegate's' and
alternates were selected to the State
contention:. Delegates W. II. Smith
II. F. Tobey. L. W. ullomvood, Thos.
Cleary, Charles Richardson, Alia Win
sor and W. D. DoyoL Alternates
John Gagp, n. F. Kraft, C. A. Ludey,
James Dunbar, E. O. Twiggs, W. T,
Smith and C. W. Oakes.
The audience which greeted Pina
fore at tho Adams, benefit Saturday
evening was not as largo as was ox
pected, but attested its appreciation as
on,former occassions. Mr' Adams net
ted' a small sura from the fintortaln-
A Cincinnati battery has been
signed for tho new Marietta pald'team.
Tho base ball gamq at Corning yes
terdny was closely contested, but the"
Marietta team lost. Tho score at the
end of the ninth inning stood: Corning
G, Lobdolls 4.
Miss Giddlngs, of Boston, spoke to
quite a largo gathering of ladies Satur
day, at tho homo of Dr. U. N. Curtis,
on tho subject of Physical Culture.
Tho speaker has a charming manner
and greatly enthused her Jiearers. We
understand Miss Giddlngs will orga
nize a class. r
The Auditorium was packed to its
utmost capacity Sunday morning, the
occasion of tho annual baccalaureate
service of Marietta College. Tho Invo
cation was pronounced by Dr. Simpson
and followed by responslvo reading,
led by Rov. Mr. Coll. A scripture les
ion read from the 20th chapter of Mat
thew was read by Rev. Mr. Smith and
prayer was' offered by Rev. Mr. Roe.
The baccalaureate sermon, "Tho Mis
sion of Edc.ttton," was a magnificent
effort on tho part of Dr. Simpson and
pronounced one of the most eloquent
and logical ever heard In Marietta. A
brief prayer was offered by Rov. Mr.
Acton and Rey. Mr. Smith pronounced
the benediction. Tho service was en
hanced In effect by the splendid sing
inir of a number of hymns and an-
TO KIDNEY SUFFERERS.
Mr. II, C, Cooke and family," of
Greenfield, aro visiting Mr. Cooke's
folks at Gravel Bank.
llucklcn'ttArn en, salvo.
The Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions," and positively cureB Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or monov rp
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv W. H. St ver.
Charities and Corrections.
Grand Rapids, Micij.,
June 0, 1S90.
Editoh Lradek: Grand Rapids has
87 miles of sewers and 10 miles of
paved streets, asphalt! brick and cedav
block, all laid in cement foundation.
Tho electric street lights are qn high
towers. On each of these towers are
several powerful, arc lights, but they
do not compare with our system of arc
lights at street intersections.
In the interest of cheap telephone
seryicc a private company has been or
ganized, and they are already a formi
dable rival of the old Bell Company,
and have nearly as many customers ut
20 per year for each phone.
They have 89 churches, but the most
remarkable features of life in this city
aro the two Ladies' clubs-the St
Cecilia with 500 members and he
Ladies' Literary Club with 500 mem
bers, and 100 ladies on the waiting list,
and buildings worth 59,000."" Ono is led
to ask what is the effect of all this
club,life on the social life of tho city?
A gentleman said to mo that tho ladies
had much better" give more attention
to their homes and keep their children
off the streots. Rut this does not an
swer the question. On the whole,
club lifo so generally indulged inj
must have a refining and elevating in
fluence. It must broaden peoples'
views of life and be beneficial.
Tho National Conference of Chari
ties and Corrections is drawing to a
close. Many camo supposing their
methods were tho best and are going
away with different ideas, having run
against new methods which surpass
their own both in economy and effici
ency, it is nara to cnango some peo
plo. Take the dependent child pro
blem for instance. A superintendent
of an institution having a hundred or
more children, numerous employes and
elegant buildings, will not admit that
the best place for a child is in a private
family. The glamour of being at tho
head of a big institution is too entic
ing and tho salary too large to allow
of hazarding tho chance of redulng
the numbers of children down to 30 or
40 by. placing them out rapidly, in fam
ilies, and consequently reducing the
salary. The latest and most approved
method is to place the children as rap
Idly as possible. Tho Michigan school
keeps children on an average of 0
months (and the Minnesota school 7K
months, and tlie children nre visited
each year in -their foster homes. There
were numerous other questions which
engaged tho attention of the Confer
ence, such as the Management of Coun
ty and Municipal Charities, Juvenile
Reformatories, tho Tramp Problem,
Treatment of Prisoners, Associated
Charities in Cities, etc. Some of tho
brightest men and women in tho Coun
try, engaged m working out these
various problems, were present and
participated In tho discussion. Tho In
fluence of the Conference .cannot help
but be of vast benefit
The committee on time and place of
next meeting, of which Judge 'Follett
is ctiairrifanrop'orted lb, favor'otiNew
Orleans, but whon the report was'pro-
sentod an amendment was made tub-
stlttitlng Toronto, Canada for New
Orleans, and adopted. So, for tho first
tlrao In tho history of tho Conference
its meetings will be held In Canada.
S J. II.
Did You Ever
Trv Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, got a bottlo
nowind get relief. This medicine, has
been found to bn perfectly adapted to
tho relief and euro of all Female Com
plaints, osorting a wonderful direct in
lluonco iu giving stiongth and tone to
tho organs. i you havo Loss of Appo
tlte, Constipation, Headache, Fainting
Spoils, or aio Norvous, Sleepless, Ex
citable, Melancholy or troubled with
Diziy Spells, Eloctrlo Bitters is the
mediclno you need. Health and
Strength aro guaranteed by its use.
Fifty cents and $1,00 at W. H. Styor's
(Drugstore, ,y. jfcy
If you suffer with kidney disease or
any ailment arising from an improper
uctlon of the kidneys or urinary or
gans, this offer we make to tho people
of Marietta should interest you. In
tho advancement of medical science,
the kidneys, being almost tho organs
of the greatest importance to human
health, have not been neglected, and
in placing befoio you such a euro as
Doan's Kidney Pills, tlie nroprietors
recognize how far so many statements
of tho makers of similar preparations
have fallen short of their claims, being
convinced that no lemedy for kidney
complaints in existence equals Doan's
Kidney Pills for such ailments;
strengthened in those convictions by
letters that are daily received of the
work they aro doing for mankind's
benefit old backs and young backs are
being constantly freed from never
ceasing aches, and many a lame and
shattered one, stooped and contracted,
is strengthened, invigorated and in
fused with new life. With such a med
icine, an offer of this kind can be made
without hesitancy, for while wo lose
the box we give to you, wo make a
friend that assists us In tho sale of
ONE FULL BOX
of Doan's Kidney Pills will be given
away free to every person suffering
with kidney ailments at the under
signed address. First come, first serv
ed, and only this one chance offered.
Remember this is not a sample box,
but a regular size box of Doan's Kid
ney Pills, which retails at 50 cents.
For those in the country who can not
call in time, a full box will be mailed
on receipt of five cents in either coin
or stamps, to defray expense of postage
nnd mailing, in response to all letters
received up to and including Juno 2nd.
Cheapness and Beauty!
4 yo yrfchz W
A large new lot Printed
Warp Ribbons in Dresden
and Persian styles which
we bought under price,
and you get the benefit of
the purchase. Come and
N. B. The Butterick Pat
terns and Fashion Publi
cations for July are here.
An Extremely Interesting Bit of News
For Sharp Shoppers.
Friday, May 29th. at Wm. H. Styer's,
Druggist. No. 240 Front Street. Mari
the day rsfcroitr: the wake.
Most of us know that the end of the season is four weeks away; it
means more to us than to you. We havo 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 fag ends of large lots gone before.
Maybe you trust your own judgment more than our adveitisement;
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.
Pat Now, min' phin yez see th trea
shtartin t' fall, yank me up out av
har-rm's way. Judge.
During the last two centuries the
wealth of Great Dritain has increased
The amount of gold actually in cir
culation in England Is estimated to bo
110,000,000 pounds sterling, or about
Tlie annual increase of tho German,
nation during tho last five years, has
been more than fivo times as much as
that of the French.
The feminine clement is terribly In
excess In 'Germany, the women exceed
ing tho men by more than 1,000,000,
according' to the latest statistics.
A German statistician makes the
startling assertion that there are in
Bulgaria 3,883 centenarians, or ono to
eery 1,000 inhabitants. If these fig
ures are correct Bulgaria holds tho rec
ord for long-lived citizens.
Ladies' Undervests, both long and short sleeves, from 5c to 50c.
500 yards of India Dimities, that were 10c, for this sale 8c per yard.
1000 yards of Wash Goods, that formally sold for 10, m, 15 and
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.
For style and fit they aro un-
An Odd Lot Shirt Waists: Good dark patterns, just a little out of
style but must be sold, for only 25c.
Another similar lot but "light colors, for this sale 10c apiece.
Buy now, before the sizes and styles are broken.
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO. B. SUNDERLAND, 231 SECOND STUEET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 nouses on Front street Jl.'TO, 1,800, 2,000,
Second street $1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below But'er street J3.C00.
Third street, 0 Houses, 1,000, 1.200, 1,500,
l,f00, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street !,0f0, 1,600, 2.E0O, 5,000.
Fifth street $300, 2,000, 3,00
Sixth street ?1,Cj0. 2 000, 2 500.
Warron street JI00, .00, 000, 1,100.
I Tine Brick House, $1,200, lot 160 by 160.
ftgfMarletta parties are asked to make
Pleasant Hill farm a resort. Supper furnish
ed. Large parties please notify. Mrs. Henry
If you want nice papers at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
Dysle & Co.,
12S Front Street.
tSTDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office S92 Front Street, oer Wcls' Grocery.
fsritn. W. M. HART, DENTIST, orace 12
putuam'st., between Front and Second.
ISt-dh. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Offlco
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
B2TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
tSTTOR SALE. Hoarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner ot Third and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
College property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 2S0 feet, ono of the nicest lo
cations In the city,
Almost any hind of property for sale, in the
city or country. WAnu & Stone,
2 5 Second Street.
BB-KOR BALE. The Meuser Tannery prop
tv on fc'econd fat near Greene, lot (lOxlbO feet,
Will be sold as n whole or In parts, JSOC0. A
new and modem residence on Sixth St., below
v ooster, $2000. Some good farm lana to traao
for city property. A good 8 room house with
all conveniences on Scammel St , near Third,
fiocu. 100 lots in Muskingum Parle from (17S
to (300, on monthly payments. Houses nill be
erected tor all parties paying cash for lots.
J. A. PLDMKH & SON,
Cor, Putnam and Second Streets.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Kat'l Rank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Porsonal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
An extra fine river bottom farm
of 140 acres in Washington Court;
ty is for sale. Good location, on
R, R. which has station complete
with Western Union Telegraph on
line of premises, shipping facilities
A No. 1, has orchard of 900 bear
ing peach and 300 apple trees (4
years old,) house and out-buildings.
A rare opportunity for
someone. For further informa
tion call on or address E. W.
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
Is our stock of Mantels and Tile.
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
V. ' ' "'"