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The Pocket Kodak
Not a toy A r erfect Instrument Willi a Hup lens.
It Is the best cim-r for the monev In tlie
market. Can be reloaded In day light
Number of exposures unllmitod without re
sorting to dark rooms.
Tor Sale by
The Marietta Picture Rlan,
The Largest Picture und the Smallest
Camera Combined for $5.00.
For Sale by
' tiii: ji:wcr.i:it i
120 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 Ooats 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 tflveral great bargains in
second hand wheels. '03, '04 und '05
wheels at from 30 to $75. If you want
an old wheel o.- a new one let us talk
with you. We handle the Fowler,
Sterling and '.'emplo lines. Best on the
market Atflodlck Hardware Co.
Koerner & Richardson
The Weather Man Says:
"HOT TOMORROW" t
Ho may bo 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
Delicious, cool drinks, and the finest
fruit flavors that our money can buy.
One glass or several of our Soda, Water,
served with pure fruit juices, will help
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
134 Futparn St., - Marlotta, Ohio
GEO, STIIECKEII. HKKrtT STHECKEH
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers ot Marine, Stationary and OH
well Hollers. Oil Tanks. Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Bpectal attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none out me uesi. uiecuauics iu iui uuu.
Give us a trial we know we can please you,
Office and works on West Side,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1306
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Mr. William Cain, Clerk In the Au
ditors office, tendered his resignation
on Saturday, last. Ills successor has
not yet been appointed.
Mr. Hal. J. Porterfield is in the
Mr. Joseph Perdow, o' Homestead'
Pa.,' passed through the city a few
days ago with two fine teams of heavy
horses which ho will put to work in
the oil fields heieabouts.
The secret societies of the College
banqueted last night. All report great
i 'At 7:30, .a. m, , Wednesday, Mr.
Michael Hannen and 'Miss Kate
Schmidt wore united In marriage at
St. Marys' Catholic church, nono but
the near relatives and intimate friends
witnessing the ceremony. An elegant
wedding repast was served at the
home of the bride's parents on Sixth
street and the happy couple received
their friends. Mr. Hannen is a mem
ber of the oil firm of Hannen Brothers
and one of the best known operators
in this field. The bride is a charming
young lady and dee,vedly popular
throughout a wide circle of acquaint
ances. The Leader joins in the show
er of congratulations.
Work on the Greene street paving
was resumed Wednesday in accordance
with the action of Council' Tuesday
Henry O'BlenneBS, of Athens, was
in the city on business Wednesday.
A temporary structure is being
erected on the Ice Harbor lot to be
used as an otllce by Lock'keeper Savage
until the U. S.( government acquires a
satisfactory title to enough land upon
which to build the handsome new
brick building contemplated as the
Big bargains in millinery goods,
and shirt waists. Also full lino of
gents' shirtb, socks, suspenders and un
derwear at Bee Hive.
Dudley Ferguson has severed his
connection with the St. Cloud hotel, of
which he has been night clerk, and his
position will be filled in future by
Rev. and Mrs. E. E Rodgcrs", of
Zancsville, arrived on the Lorena
Wednesday morning and will be the
guests of friends during Commence
ment. Miss Nellie Dye left Wednesday on
a Visit to friends at Waterford.
With their usual generosity,1 the
ever-popular Buckeyo Clothin Company
have offered a free choice of the best
hat in their store to the first player of
the Marietta nine who bats out a clean
home run. And the , boys are all
dreaming of that hat.
w Speciale sale of towelh, toweling,
table-cloth goods, hosiery, gloves and
silk mitts, Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday at Bee Hive. '
James Johnston, an employe at
Leideckor's Tool Works was seriously
scalded Wednesday morning about 7:30.
As he was passing an escape pipe, a
steam hammer was started, and the
escaping steam and boiling hot water
which had condensed in the pipe struck
him in the back. He was removed to
his home on the West Side and his in
juries found to be very painful and
serious, though not necessarily danger
ous. Earl Vincent, the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. D. V. Grimes, Cutler, Ohio,
died Thursday, June 11, aged 11 mos.
and 8 days. The funeral held at De
catur Chapel, Friday afternoon con
ducted by Rev. C. G. Russel, was well
attended by a large number of relatives
and friends of the family.
Roy Stonestreet, aged 10 years,
was arraigned before Probate Judge
Rood Wednesday on the charge of tru
ancy. The case was continued in
definitely, the boy giving bond for his
good behayior in "future. It was his
mother, Vesta Stonestreet, who filed
an assault and battery complaint
against Prof. John A. Stone, of the
West Side schools.
Mr. Andrew Unger, of New Mata
moras, was in tho city Wednesday pay
ing taxes for a largo number of people
in his section of tho county.
The severe storm of Tuesday after
noon uprooted a splepdld large maple
Bhade tree in front of the premises of
A. S. Hall, 001 Knox street
'Squire B. E. Guyton received Wed
nesday morning a telegram announc
ing the death- of Mr. WilliamEckle
berry at his homo at Trail Run, Monroe
county. Tho deceased, was the fathor
of Mr. Thomas Ecktoberry, of this city,
and a brother-in-law of Mr. J. L. Guy
ton. Ha-vasn.boutAb0 years of age
and a prominent member of the Bap
tist church, having beon one of the
pioneers in establishing that organi
zation in "Monroe county. Funeral
Miss Kato C. Heslop, of Lawrence
township, and Oscar D. Haskins, of
Salem township, were united, in mar
riago on Wednesday, Juno 17th, by
Rev, A. D. McCormlck. The ceremony
was performed at tho residence of tho
officiating clergyman in this city. Tho
young couple have tho congratulations
of a host of friends.
Big bargains in gents' shirts,
socks, suspenders 'and underwear at
T-Tho Commencement of the Acade
mies was held at 2:80 Tuesday after
noon, the address, which was an able
one, being delivered by Rev. H. M.
Ladd, D. D., of Cleveland, In Andrews
Hall at 7:30 p. m. a brilliant oration
was delivered beforo the Lltorary So
cieties by Rev. B. T. Lee, D. D., of
Mr. Jacob Sudor and Mr. Fred
Becker, tho rig bulltfcrs, returned from
Matamoras, O., Tuesday evening, vv here
they have been putting up several rigs
on the DeLong farm in Ludlow Tp.
There are prospects for a good deal of
drilling there. '
A telegram was recolved Tuesday
night from a Cincinnati nine, asking if
a game could bo arranged hero for
next Sunday, Nit. '-
Special sale uf millinery goods and
ladles' shirt waists at Bee Illye.
Mr. John C. Hughes', of tho firm of
Hughes Bros., Pa., has urrlved In Mari
etta with his family and will reside
here in the future. Ho will be associ
ated with his brother, J. W. Hughes,
in the management of the new Mariet
ta Boiler Works
James W. Hughes left Tuesday on
a business trip to Butler, Pa.
The following appointments of
teaahers for the term beginning next
September were made Tuesday by the
Township Board of Education: Sub.
Dist No. S, ErankG. Mitchell; No. 0,
Miss Emma Wilson; No. 7, Miss Oella
Warren; No. 8, N. ,E. Kldd; No. 9,
Frank L. Harsha; No. 10, Miss Hattie
Do Witt; No. 11, Thomas McDermott;
No. 15, Miss Anna Williams. Miss
Mary Jessie Olds was re-elected assist
ant in the Township H,igh School for
the next year.
At the meeting of the Third Street
Improvement Association held at the
City Hall Wednesday night it was de
cided to recommend that the Jones
brick be used. The Street committee
of Council was present at the meeting
and the vote of the property owners
being unanimous, the committee will
certainly report in favor of Jones'
brick. The brick are all right, those
on Front street have conclusively
proven that fact. Mr. Jones received
within tho past two weeks an official
bronze World's Fair medal awarded
him for his display of brick at Chicago.
Work on the.new house of Prof. II,
B. Smith was begun Tuesday; the
ground having been staked oft'. The
building Is to contain seven rooms,
and is to bo put up by J. D. Hanna.
It will be pushed rapidly tocompletion.
Dr. Jos. Blickensderfer, of New
Philadelphia, class of '80, arrived in
the city last evening.
Tho High School orchestra will
furnish the music for tho commence
ment of Lowell High School, to be
held Friday evening, June 20th, in
Lowell Baptist church. ,
Editor E. S. Wilson, of the Ironton
Register, is in the city, attending com
mencement. Dr. T. S. Ward has rented an of
fice for the practice of his profession
dentistry in the Law Building, Put
nam street. The firm of Ferguson it
Ward has been dissolved.
Z. N. Cooke is here from Cincinnati
yisiting friends during the Commence
ment A tramp who has been working
the wire coat-hanger business in the
city, Frank Collins by name, for a sec
ond "drunk and disorderly" within a
week, drew a fine before Mayor Meis
enhelder yesterday, of $10 and costs;
also added to that was a sentence to
the dungeon for 10 days, and 20 days
work on the street.
Born, at Vincent on the 10th
inst. to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Liebrand,
a daughter. Weight 10 pounds.
Big bargains in ladies' shirtwaists,
silk mitts and millinery goods Thursday,-Friday
and Saturday at Bee Hive.
Cyclone Frank, the trotter, has
been sold by B. F. Wood to a sporting
man in Parkersburg.
Lacked Seven Teara ot a Century.
Cin&nnati, Juno 10, Henry Von
Martels, for many years the official In
terpreter of tho police court in this
city, and a German pioneer, died at his
home on Baymiller street Tuesday
morning, at the ago of 03 years. He
was a soldier in the German army at
ono'timc, and was colonel of a famoui
German regiment He was highly edu
cated, speaking a number of languages
Miners to Confer.
Columdus, O., Juno 15. An import
ant conference between coal operators
and miners will bo held hero Tuesday
in reference to the mining situation in
the Sunday Cicek Valley,
. .Applloil the Torch. . ..
Fostoi'ia, C-., June, I6y Twq .large;
Jjarns qw'rjotl, by Andrew Herbert,
pear this city were burned, tho 'work
of an incendiary The loss -was, 83,500;
Insurance, S1,G00. , . -,
Chas. IS, nood, Broker and Manu
facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, cer
tifies that Dr. King's Now Discovery
has no equal as u Cough remedy- J
D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel, Ft.
Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was cured
of a Cough of two years standing,
caused by La Grippe, bv Dr. King's
Now Discovery. B. F. Merrill, Hald
winsville, Mass.. says that ho has used
and rocommended it and never knew it
to fall and would rather have it than
any doctor, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th St, Chica
go, always keeps it at hand and has no
fear of Croup, because it instantly re
lieves. Free Trial Bottles at Vt. n.
Styer's Drug Store.
That hideous and deathly
demon of sickness constipa
tion, is an easy enough thing to cure if
you take the right medicine. Constipa
tlon is one of the commonest things in the
world. It is really one of the moft seri
ous things. Fully niue-tcntli9 of all the
ordinary sickness of mankind is due to
this one cause. If you place an obstruc
tion in the gutter, it will stop the flow of
water, and gradually a mass of poison
ous, putrefying matter will accumulate.
That is exactly what happens in the
digestive organs when constipation be
gins. Poisonous matter accumulates and
is forced into the blood. It goes all over
the body and causes all sorts of symp
toms. A few of these are dizziness, flatu
lence, heartburn, palpitation, headaches,
loss of appetite, loss of sleep, foul breath,
distress alter eating, biliousness and erup
tions of the skin. These things are un
pleasant, but they are not senous. The
serious things come afterward. Doctor
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are for the cure
of constipation. They are tiny, sugar
coated granules, easy to take, mild and
efficient in their action. One is a gentle
laxative, two a mild cathartic. There is
nothing else in the world like them.
There is nothing that takes their place.
There is nothing " just as good," although
lieing and unscrupulous druggists may
sometimes tell you so for their own profit.
Do you want to lose your health so that
the druggist can get rich?
Peoole's Common Sense
Medical Aduser, In plain Ca
Slish, or Medicine Simplified by
..V. Pierce. M. D .Chief Consult-
Inz Physician to the Invalids' Ho
tel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y 1008 pages, Illustrated
68o ooo copies sold at $i 50. Now
sent, paper-bound, absolutely
fkce on receipt ui zi uue-tem
Slumps lu puy iui iiiuiiiuk
Address the Author, as ftbo
pitoaiSASuin roit vakk conckht.
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'. March "The Everett" Bellstadt
2. Overture "Barber of Seville"... .Rossini
1. Walts'-UnderPalmsandrioweis" S:asny
4. American rantala "Gems ot Stephen
Footer . . .Totnnl
1. Overture "Jolly Felkms" (Students
2. New i lower Song "Heaits and Flowers"
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8 Medley Overture ' A Base lilt" (New)
I. Maich 'Hamllu Klfles" Hall
Iliicklcn'KArii ca Salvo.
Thk Best Saiwk In the world tor
Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Mores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively euros Piles
or no pay requirod. It is guaranteed to
give porlect satisfaction, or mone.v ro
tundod. Price 25 cents pur box.
For sale by W. H. Stver.
"I was troubled with that dreadful
disease called dropsy; swollen from
head to foot Burdock Blood Bitters
has completely cuted me. Is is a most
wonderful medicine." Joseph Herick,
Ono Fare tor tho Round Trip to
On account of the Democratic Convention
July 7. Leae Marietta In Parloi Car of T. &.
C. E. R. K. at 2-101. M, change to 13. &0.
sleeper atT. &. O. C. Depot at Columbus,
arrive Chicago without change 7 10 a. m.
Same time and accomodations retaining.
Same limits at other lines.
One dose of Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild
Strawberry will check nny case of di
arrhiua if taken at the start.
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO B. 8UJ.DKnLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from ?700to
5 Vacant lots on Front street, $150 to CO.
DLots on Eighth and Washington, 300 to
2 Lots on Warren and Eichth. 300 to 400.
M Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 10 Lots for sale In tho 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 rront street below Wooster.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 00x120 feet lo
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, (2,300,
Rjy-Marletta parties are asked to make
Pleasant lilll farm a resort. Supper furnish'
ed. Large parties please notify, Mrs. Henry
33TDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
3TDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 1J
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
S3TDr. E. F. EDDy, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
(3TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases or the eye
and fitting of glasses, Law Building Putnam
JSTTandem for rent. The Big Four Cycle
Co has a brand new Viking Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
f2TF0R SALE. Boarding house, 18 Roomi,
corner of Third and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
Collego property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations la the city.
Almost any kind of property for sdlo, In 'the
city iir country. Waud & Stone.
, 2 S Second Street.
FOR BALE A new 0 room house With
all modern Improvements on Hart" St , tltoo.
A now 8 room house on West Side. J820O. A
new 0 room house on West Side, 1SOO. Two
business blocks on Front st J55 0 and $6000
Lots In Muskingum Park addition from $175
to ?300 on monthly payments. Three new
bouses at S700 each.
J. A. PLUUZH &, SON.
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
Four or five blocks ranging from 125 to 300
acres each near Dig Run and Briscoe wells
that 1 want drilled.
Also for sale 1 farm of 125 acres on Ohio
Rl er 4 miles north of Parkersburc. l farm of
100 acres on Ohio River 5 miles north of Park
ersburg, both tracts garden and melon land.
Also th,e New Port and Vancluse Terry, Fran
chise, boats and B', acres land on W. Va. side
all upon reasonable terms. Address,
S.S.STONE, Vienna, W.Va., on O, R. R,
Cheapness and Beauty!
A Great Shirt
In order to reduce our stock of Laundered
Shirt Waists we will give you the following
special low prices:
One lot of Shirt Waists with detachable col
lars, that formerly sold for $ 1 .50,
SALE PRICE $1.00.
One lot of Shirt Waists with detachable and
undetachable collars, formerly sold for $ 1 .00,
SALE PRICE 75 cts.
One lot of Shirt Waists with undetachable
collars, that we've sold for 75 cents,
SPECIAL PRICE 50 cts.
One lot Shirt Waists that has sold for 50 cts.
THIS SPECIAL SALE PRICE 38 cts.
Now is the time to buy while the styles and
sizes are yet unbroken.
A LITTLE MONEY goes a long way in our
DRESS GOODS STOCK just now.
The Fashion Sheets, Magazines, Designer
and Patterns of the Standard Publication is
now ready for distribution.
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papers at very
lowest prices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. DysleSLCo.,
128 Front Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nafl Bank,
TRONT S.T. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
Is our stock of Mantels and Tile.
Also Fir.eplace 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. 4
H. A. Wagner & Bro.s 404 Third st
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.
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis