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Buckshoes, All Professionals, of Zanesyille, Friday and Saturday. See Them.
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Marietta Headquarters for
Eastman Kpflak Co.
, . We handle all sizes if Koditks
A- ' Paper. ,
Priming Outfits. '
Toning Outfits, etc.
u Printing andVinishlng done
i " for Amateurs.
k ThBiMarietta Picture Man.
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The Largest Picture' and the Smallest
Camera Combined for ?5.00.
For Sale by
Tin! jkwklek 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
comfort during this hot summer
weather. Call and see them at
I A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch,
We have several great bargaimi in
second hand wheels. '03, '04 and '05
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 Rodlck Hardware Co.
The Weather Man Says:
no may bo correct in his prediction
or he may not, but if it is hot or oven
moderately warm don't forgot there is
coolness at our '
Delicious, cool drinks, and tho finest
fruit flavors that our money can buy.
One glass or several of our Soda Water,
served with puro fruit juices, will hqlp
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
124 Putnam St, - Murletta, Ohio
GEO, SinECKEH. IlKNRT STHECKIR
GEO. STRECKER & CO., -
Manufacturers ot Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks. Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers in tte oil fields. .- We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
atve us a trial we know we can please you.
Offlce ana worna on yy eav djuo. ,
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
THURSDAY, JUNE 35, ,1804
PERSONAL-AND LOCAL '
In 'Squire Quyton's court Wednes
day Dosla Hopkins was arraigned on
the charge of stealing a mileage book
from Wm. Schlaubacli, the Ticket
Broker. Upon her paying for the book
the cuse was dismissed.
A washout below Lowell dolqyed
tho southbound morning train on the
'A. & O. R. about two hours Wednes
day. Miss Fannie Putnam left Wednes
day on a visit to ft lends at Cambridge.
s t .' i ' ; j. if i
Messrs.' a C. Evans, T. 7. Jones
and W. H. Wqlfe left Wodnesdaytto at
tend u meeting of the College Y. M. C.
A. ht Norihflcld Mass. '' '-'
Miss Stella Harper i tho guest of
relatives at llelnersvllle, Morgan
A very protty wedding took place
last night at the home of the bride's
parents at 225 Second street, in tho
presence of the immediate relatives
only, the contracting parties being
Miss Ella Theis and Harry D. E. Athoy,
both of this city. Rev. Keutchen.of the
German St. Paul church officiated.
The Union barber shops of the city
will close at 12:30, standard time, July
Fourth, and remain closed the balance
of tho day.
Chas. F. Henry, who was taken
suddenly ill Monday night, is consider
ably Improved. ,
Big bargains in- ribbons, hats and
flowers Thursday, Frid.y and Satur
day at Bee Hive. ,
Mrs. N. C. Curtis was struck on the
head Wednesday morning by a piece of
falljng plastering several feet square.
She received two painful scalp wounds,
but was not seriously injured.
The heavy storms of yesterday
afternoon, caused tho railroads much
damage and almost suspended straflic.
The C. & M., Z. & O. R. and Ohio
River all suffered by numerous wash
outs. -An exciting accident occurred on
lower Front street Wednesday morn
ing, caused by a Marietta Transfer
team running away. The heavy trans
fer wagon came in contact with Mr.
Charles Otto's buggy, in which were
seated four children, all of whom' were
thrown out. The buggy was smashed,
but by great good luck none of the
children were seriously injured.
George Alford, whose arrest for en
tering the home of Frank Radenbach
and assaulting that gentleman and his
wife was detailed in Wednesday's
Leader, was released by Mayor Meisen-
helder Tuesday night and skipped. In
justification of the Mayor's action it
should be stated that a number of well
known citizens went to his home late
in the night, and wakening him from
sleep, stated that Alford was locked up
for drunkenness' and raising a row,
carefully refraining from giving tho
Mayor information as to the true na
ture of his offense. They agreed to
stand good for his appearance the next
morning and his release was granted.
Alford and another of the trio who had
not been apprehended immediately left
the city. Joe Magnier, Alford's book
keeper, who was in the party, was .ar
rested and upon a plea of guilty of
drunkenness was fined $40 and costs
Wednesday afternoon. Alford's at
torney entered a plea of guilty for him
and the Mayor fixed his fine at $50.
Mr. Radenbach refused to file an affi
davit against the men for assault and
battery and unless Mrs. Radenbach's
condition becomes serious nothing fur
ther will be done.
Special sale of millinery goods
Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Bee
The neighborhood of Moss Run
was visited by a disastrous cloudburst
Wednesday aqd great damage to crops
and buildings along the creek resulted.
At eight o'clock in the evening -the
Little Muskingum.jvns full of floating
debris of all kinds, oil derricks, fences
and small buildings. A grocery store,
surrounded by boxes of groceries and
dry goods, was floating in the muddy
water. It could not bo learned to
whom tho store belonged.
Misses Mary E. Stacy and Jessie
Wood, of Rainbow, aro visiting frionds
Edward M. Matthews, son of ex
Auditor Matthews, of Macksburg, was
taken to tho Athens State Hospital, for
the Insane Wednesday.
A McConnelsville party composed
of Mr. and Mrs. Irv. Travis, Misses
Jennie and Annie Hall, "G, P. "DeshTo"r1"and Ro'saBurnorJner, pfjMarjetUu
infl Ttn!n Aldoomnn tvarn avnieinnic4c I 1TnMH Ttr 17 A (Vi'mt hni)' TP1 In TPK
and Dale Alderman, were excursionists
on-uio j-iorena lor, x insuurgj veunes
Mrs. W. S. Pluraor and O. B. Gard
left Wednesday for Athens on a visit to
Misses Grace and Louise Turnjr
returned homo to Chicago Wednesday,
having been tho guests of Mrs. S. R.
Turner, this city, for seyeral weeks.
Fire destroyed the barn of Stephen
Torapson, near Little Muskingum.
Wednesday morning. Cause unknown.
W. E. Eolls, who arrived in tho city
Tuesdoy night, leaves today for El
Paso, Texas, where lie will be employ
ed fn a smelting works.
Bargains in towels, toweling, table
cloth goods, hosiery, gloves, silk mitts,
and underwear at Bee Hiye.
In 'Squire Quyton's court Wednes
day evening Frank Kadenbach filed
charges of assault and battery against
Magnlcr and Alford, two of the men
who assaulted him and his wife. .Tho
defendants' nttorn&y was pre'sont and
upon ngrecmontdf all parties Magnlcr
and Alford were fined ?fi and costs
each. This result was, of" course,
brought about by a compromise, but
tho nature of it cannot be learned.
Special shirtwaist sale at lleo Hive
Friday and Saturday.
News is received of tho death, at
Annlston, Ala., Tuesday, of tho infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueller,
formerly of this city.
Our Reporter called at the sales
room of thojlig Four Cycle Co Tuesday
evening to Inquire,. Into tne matter of
6uf prices which have, been filling' our
cjty papers, sto'ting that the slump in
p'rices had arrived, and found that this
method was pursued by somo agents
to dispose of, somo undesirable stock
which has been hanging on the!'-hands
for the past few months, and which
they would dispose of at almost any
price. The Hlg Four has sold over a
hundred wheels and lead in oriccs.
They own the finest tandem in the city
which rents at the reasonable rate of
25 eints 'tin hour. They report busi
ness good having sold 4 bicycles Satur-
day and one Monday.
The Episcop.il Social will be enter
tained th's Thursday evening at the
Church Parlors All cordially invited.
Harvey Curtis, aged 70 years, died
Monday night n'om tho effects of pa
ralys's, with which he was stricken
Sunday. He was a well known citi
zen of Stafford, Monroe county, and
the father of Mrs. John Singer, Mrs.
Wm. Jackson and J. W. Curtis, of this
city. He was here on a visit at the
time of his death. The remains were
taken to Stafford for burial Tuesday.
R. Lanum, of the First Ward, has
been appointed a special policeman by
Reduced prices on shirtwaists Fri
day and Saturday at Bee Hiye.
It is seldom that a day passes of
late which does not witness one or
more runaways caused by leaving
horses untied on the streets.' ' Thero is
a law against this gangerous' practice
and the safety of the public demands
its literal enforcement. r
The unfortunate disturbance at
Frank Radenbach's Tuesday night,
caused by a number of men mistaking
Mr. Radenbach's home for a disreput
able place, only serves to emphasize
tho fact that rooms on Front street, in
the very heart of the city, ate being
rented for immoral purposes. The
owners of such rooms must, from a
moral standpoint, bear a largo re
sponsibility of the disgraceful occur
rence of Tuesday night. ,
The main oil line of the Buckeye
Pipe Line Company was broken back
of St Marys Wednesday night by a
landslide caused by the terrific rain
storm. Route Agent Wilson, i of tho U. S.
Express Co., is in the city on business.
The night clerkship at the Belle
vuo Hotel, made vacant by tho resigna
tion of Lester Harris, is being ably
filled by Harry Morse.
Edward Triplett, , of Waverly, W.
Va , and Rosa Bumbardner, of this
city, were married Wednesday, June
24th, by Rev. Dr. Boyd.
Mr. Frank Spies and Miss Mary
Wright were married last evening.
An oil deal of considerable pro
portions, in which Col. J. II. Riley
transferred the leases on 20,000 of West
Virginia oil lands to the Henry Oil Co.,
of Chicago, has been consumated and
active development of the tract will
begin at once.
Don't miss the special sale Thurs
day, Friday and Satyrday at Bee Hiye,
To the Ladles. .
Mrs. Crocker, whom all tho ladles
know eo well and favorably, will be at
Mrs. Dye's Thursday and Friday of this
week with a finer selection, pf Hair
Goods than usual, and in addition
something entirely new. Switches
with no stems, cords or strings. Bangs
with no lace net or wire. Also a Hair
Tonic and Dandruff cure.
Andrew M. Tice and Josephine Needs,
both of Newport township.
George W. Blazer and Efllo C. Snyd
er, both of Lundvllle.
Charles H. Blume and May Lan
caster, both of Marietta.
Wirt Ball, of Burning Springs, W.
Va., and Belle Morey, of Marietta.
James Hamilton, of Pittsburg, and
Nellie L. Drumm, of Marietta.. "
Edward Trinldtt. of Waverlv;lW. Va
'A they and"
Vihfli nf "Mnrlftt.tn.
fri. uJ:.,"'.,.,.i x)tAv-i.l T,'l.
George Hendricks, of Belmont, W.
Va., and Rosa Addlcspo'rger, of Mari
etta. Your Boy Wont Live a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of 31 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by the
doctors. Ills son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent threo hundred and soventy-fiyo
dollars with doctors, who finally cavo
him up, saying: ''Your boy wont live a
month." 110 tried Dr. King's .New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health ana enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. Ho says
he owes his present good health to tho
use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and
knows It to bo the best in tho world
for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free
at W. H. btyer's Drug Store
The advantage of
a policeman over a
burglar, is that the of
ficer has the law on
his side. Health has
the same advantage
over disease. The
Law of Nature is for
Deonle to be healthv.
When they arc sick,
Nature Ileitis to cure
them, Nature's law
is the guide for cur
ing sick people.
There li no way but
Nature's way. What
the doctors call man j
Nature cures in one
way; by nourishing
the whole body with
c-nnd. mire. rich, red
blood. That !) Nature's way of curing
scrofula, erysipelas, kidney and "liver com
plaint," conumption and every form of
eruptive and wasting disease. When you
wantto;help Nature with medicine the med.
icine must work the same way as Nature
works', then it has the laws of 'Nature on its
side to make it powerful. That is the
secretiof Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery's wonderful cures. It assists Nature
according to her own laws it is on Nature's
clfln n.,r1 XTaft.vA ln1- If . it Itt.nnrta Mrtttt
power tb the nutritive and blood making or
gans to create a large quantity ot iresn, rca,
healthv blood which drives cverv germ of
disease out of the system and builds up
strong healthy tissues and soltd flesh. The
" Discovery " comnletelv clears away every
form of blood disease from the tystem ; It
even cures consumption. It is the only true
radical cure for that disease; facts and testi
mony to prove It.
" I would like to tell the whole world what your
'Golden Medical Discovery' lias done for me.
The doctor, who is considered nn expert on lung
troubles, told me I had consumption He said
both my lungs u ere disc&ccd and I could not live
long. I felt dovin hearted for I have dear little
children to live for. I just went to him to get his
opinion. I mi glad I did for now I know what
our medicine will do Vhen I started on the
second bottle I was better in every v. ay and w as
able to take a walk on every fine day. I cnjo cd
my sleep, my appetite wcreood, and by the time
I had hntshed the second uoi
ottle I beiran to feel
like a new woman
a third bottle and
I BtiU had a couch, so I got
a third bottle and by the time it was half gone I
was completely cured.'
(Mrs.) J-ai-J cAi(A&C
77 Mary St., Hamilton, Out.. Can.
"Dr. Fowler's Ext oi Wild Straw
berry is considered a necessity in ohr
house. It is an excellent remedy for
summer complaints, especially 'with
children." Wm.. Reid, 00 College St.,
uultalo, in. Y.
The Packers of Superior Canned Corn
have had 20 years experience in the
Ecema of the scalp or Scald Head,
even in its most severe form Is never
failingly cured by Doan's Ointment,
the surest specific for all itchiness of
Real Estato for Sale,
GEO 11. SUrDMU.AND, 211 SECOND STHE1T, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from 1 700 to
6 Vacant lots oa Front street. $450 to t 0
5 Lots on Klghth and Washlncton, $100 to
2 Lots on Warien and Eighth, 100 to 100.
CO Lots tor -ale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 0 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.
i i' in? i.ot on i ront street Deiow wooster.
1 House of 7 Rooms and lot 90x120 feet lo
cated cloe to Second street on Montgomery at
a uargain, tz.iftu.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice Is hereby given that the hartnershlp
heretofore existing between J. K. Ferguson
and T. S Ward, doing business as Ferguson &.
Ward, Dentists, Is this day dissolved bv
mutual consent. Ke'ounts pro and con will
be for settlement with J. K. Ferguson, 171
J. Iv. rencDSON,
T. S. Ward
Marietta, Ohio June 2J, 1M)G.
JKiyMarletta parties are asked to make
Pleasant Hill farm a resort. Supper furnish"
ed. Large parties please notify. Mrs Henry
Leonard, Stanleys Hie
JSP-Three Pleasant Furnished rooms
Bent at 521 Fran'illn St , June 23, 1SSG.
iFfrllame.s Comblnallan Safe, 32x12, for sale
at Marietta Planing Mill. F. S. Coleman,
31J Fourth street.
S3TTandem for rent. The Big Four Cycle
Co has a brand new Viking Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
STFOR SALE. Boarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner ofThlrd and Ohio Sts. Tiasy terms.
f dlege property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Ce netery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations In the city.
Almost any kind of property for sale, In the
city or country. wahd &. stone,
2?5 Second Street.
narFOR SALIJ An 8 room brick house on
Eighth St II '00 A desirable building lot on
Scammel St near Fifth J1C00. Two fine build
ing loth on Front St. below Washington. J1050
each. A desirable farm within two miles of
the city, 25 .acres and brick house, $5500 A
large number of building lots In all pirts of
the city on monthly payments.
J. A. plduih i. Son,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets
2SP-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist, Offlce in
Law Building, roomb 7 and 8.
fSBf-DR. C. v. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Offlce 202 Front Street, oer Weis' Grocery.
JJ3TDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. OfflCfl 1!
Putnam St., between Front and Second
, fSrpn. E. P. EDDy, Dentist. Offlce 804
Front'street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
EBTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and ilt ting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
Fout Or five blocks ranclnc from 1S5 toSOO
acres each near Illg Run and Briscoe wellsj
that I want dt Hied 1
Also for sale 1 farm of 125 acres on Ohio
Rl er 4 miles north of Parkorsburg. 1 farm of
100 acres on Ohio River 5 mile, north of Park
ersburg, both tracts garden and melon land.
Also the New Port and Vancluse Ferry. Fran
chise, boats and 8tf acres land on W. Va. side
all upon reisonable terms Address,
S.S.bTONE, Vienna, W.Va., on O. R. R.
The contractors of the city to know
that tho undersigned, A. C. Wendel
ken, Sci en Manufacturer, turns Angle Blocks,
Flint Blocks and all kinds of Moulding Angle
Blocks. Also Scfuaro Turning. Glo him a
call; he can and will saeypu 2) per cent, on
all work, ,
A. 0. VENUEUiEN,
Dly 1 1 Cor1. Mulberry & Poplar Sts.
The question, which interests all, is how to
keep coo! when the mercury is above ninety."
A serone mind helps and seasonable clothing
helps. Every thing requisite for comfortable
dressing is here, and the prices contribute to
your serenity of mind.
rival of DIMITY SHIRT WAISTS in Persian
Styles, with separable White Linen Collars,
extremely stylish. Come and see them.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
A Great Shirt Waist Special !
In order to reduce
Shirt Waists we will
special low prices:
One lot of Shirt Waists with detachable col
lars, that formerly sold for $ 1 .50,
SALE PRICE $1.00.
One lot of Shirt Waists with detachable and
undetachablecol!ars,formerlysoldfor$ 1 .00,
SALE PRICE 75 cts.
One lot of Shirt Waists with undetachable
collars, that we've sold for 75 cents,
f 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 for
July are 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. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satin
You are cordially invited to call
and see our line of
Mantels, Tile and Grates.
Yours most respectfully,
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third St., Marietta, Ohio
Thin Underwear and
Hosiery, Fans and Par
asols in much better
assortment than else
where. SPECIAL Fresh ar
our stock of Laundered
give you the. following
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
W W ?( -sSs- w W" ifr flv &"$$ ww
A. d. RICHARDS,
Nex door to first Nat'l Bank, '
FRONT, ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal olfaction glvon' to com
pounding of Proscriptions.