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Marietta Headquarters for
Eastman Kodak Go.
We handle all slzesvl Kodaks
Toning Outfits, etc.
Printing and Finishing done
The Mariettajicture P(lan.
iirj,. 1 M
yho Largest Picture and the Smallest'
Camera Combined for J5.00.
For Sale by
TIIIJ JliWELER ! .
0 Putnam sticet, Marietta, Ohio.
two More Samples Left.
ie ladies' Liberty, hstSlOO, now $03 50
le gents' Viking,. " 5100, " S70.00
'e also received last night
Scllpse, $100 list, which will go at $50.
e gents' Kankakee, list $00, will go
e ladies' Dutchess, listj $00, will go at
ree Juvenile wheels at $25.00.
ow is the chance to get a wheel at
e right price.
Big Four Cycle Co.,
119 Front 6treot.
(C. Saner. R. E. Race. J. M. Williams.
las in our favor, the jury was
made up of
it twelve but hundreds of them,
and they were unanimous.,,
Our new soda drink
waB on trial, the verdict was one
short word "delicious."
hitnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Closing' Out Sale!
R.ere is your chance to get a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
One GentB' wheel, list 4S5.00,
for $50.00. f , " O
One Ladies' wheel, list $85.00,
One Gents' wheel, ljst $75.00,
AN. R. Koerner.
SKO, SIBECBEK. HKNnT STREOKKB
GEO. STREC,KEr? & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smcrte Stacks and
DhA -Rmanders. Special attention given to
p -" . v. .. i . rtii flaM. Tr ainrt
pairing uoueio ui mo "". :: "i,v
no nuv m wva .- - . ...
Hve us a trials know, we can j4easeyou.
Ice and works on West Side,
MARIETTA. DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY. JULY 21, 1800
4 PERSONAL aM LOCAL.
Ibc hearing on the application to
require a bond of tho exocutors of the
estate of John Schneider, deceased,
was begun in Probate Court Monday
and continued to Wednesday. Tho
caso, involves tho legal point as to
whether tho widow, under tho will, is
entitled to tho iucomo from tho per
sonal property left by tho deceased,
which Is very large.
Mr. W. A. Eaton, of M.icksburg,
was in tho city on.tmalness Monday.
n 'n fltt. ,t AHinna K.nd In tllo
city M6niay,'V$gistored at the 130110-
VUl'-A JP i; jt . t$m ft
Tho regular meowing of American
Union Lodge No 1, P. & 'a. il!; V&s
held Monday night.
Tho Diamond Pants Factory is
shut down this week to giye tho em
ployes a week's vacation.
Miss Martha Hall, of West Virgin
la, and Miss Clara Rein, Fifth street,
entered tho Ohio Valley Business Col
Tho Steamer Barnsdall is on tho
dock below Parlcersburg undergoing
Harmar Lodge No. 390 meets to
night. There will bo work in one or
more of tho degrees
Misses Mary and Carrie Baker will
leave this morninir for Cleveland, to
attend the centennial celebration of
that city. )
The Rev. T. J. ViUars, who is lo
cated at Rochester, N. Y., a former
Willlamstown boy, preached Sunday
at his old homo across the river. Mr.
Villers is an able young man, and he
preached a vory strong sermon to his
Miss Lucy .Leonard, after a ten
days visit to her mother, left yesterday
afternoon for Chicago, where she Is
employed as priyato secretary to her
uncle, Mr. A, W. Hay ward, who will
be remembered pleasantly as the pro
prietor of the White House during the
World's "Fair. Mr. Hay ward is in the
wholesale boot and shoe business in
Chicago. At present ho is spending a
season on tho Pacific coast.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hathaway will
attend the centennial exercises at
Chilllcotho this week.
James Rico, James McCormick,
Thomas Fulkerson and Judson Cassidy
were before Mayor Melsenhelder Mon
day on the charge of drunkenness and
disorderly conduct and were fined $2
and costs each.
Mrs. Julia King is critically 111 at
her home on Hart street.
W. G. Miller left Monday for St
Louis to attend tho Populist conven
Mrs. C. J. Best is homo from a visit
to friends in Columbus and Detroit.
Miss Winifred Dalo is visiting rela
tives at Iron ton.
Ephraim Ulteland, West Side, was
arrested and locked up Monday on the
charge of assault and battery upon his
14-year-old stepdaughter. He will have
a hearing before 'Squire Guyton today.
Georgo Gear, of Chicago, is In tho
city, theguestof his parents Rev. and
Mrs. Geo. R. Gear.
The three-weeks-old infant of Geo.
Bodemar, West 'Side, died Sunday
Miss Linsey, Messrs Fred Hull and
Edward Geren, of PittVburg, who were
thg guests of Miss Jessie Davis over
Sunday, returned homo yesterday.
Col. T. W. Moore, who has been ill
for several months, has taken a turn
for the worse and is again confined to
Mrs. Thorp,' mother of Mrs. F. L.
Reed, who has been visitidg Mrs. Reed,
will return to her home today.
Frit. Mueller, of thoZeituntr office,
Is carrying his finger in a sling, having
caught his digit In a job press.
John Blckert and family leave this
morning for Cleveland on tho C. & M.
Miss Hotehkiss, who 4ias been a
guest at Theo. F. Davis', Fourth street,
leaves today for her homo in Cleveland.
Miss Hnttie Bennett leaves today
for Annlston, Ala., on a visit to the
family of Louis Mueller.
Mrs. Gecrgo Knox and Mrs. Dud
ley Sharp will be among tho C & M.
excursionists to Cleveland this morn
ing. Lou Glincs leaves on the Keystone
State today for Cincinnati.
Wm. Meacrle leaves avor thd C. &
M. thtsunorning on a business trsjpjip
Tho hearing in tho lunrfcy case
against Archimedes Calvert, of Warren
I township, will bo held at 8 o'clock this
mornlnp. When laicen into custoay,
Mr. Calyert had on his person a revol
ver and several knives. Ho thinks that
his neighbors aro' trying to kill him,
which accounts for his .being armed.
Tho complaint was filed by Mr Sproprue,
whp also lives in Warren township.
Dr. Mullin, who was adjudged in
sane and placed in tho county jail pond
ing a reply to the application for his
admission to tho Athons Stato Hospital,
became violent and stirred up the pris
oners in jail in a lively manner. That
it is necessary to confine &ane and in
sane persons in the same room is one
more argument for a new jail.
Col. Harry D. knot, of Governor
BuBhnell's staff, leaves for Cleveland
todayHo attend the Stato Encampment
of tho Ohio National Guard. ISM
Misses Ryan and Lawrence, who
have been the guests of Miss Edith
Mills, leave today for their homo at St.
Mrs. Wra. Streckerloftyestorday to
attend tho centennial celebration at
Tho game today between Logan
and Marietta should be a (rood one, as
tho visiting team Is very strong. Um
pire Miller, Of Athens, will officiate.
Augusta R. D. Dodge, Fo. 272, I. O.
O. F. vlll picnic at Blennerhassett
Island Wednesday, July 29th,. AV
rangements hayo becu made with the
Steamer Sonoma to leave the Putnam
srept..land(ng at 8 o'clock. Hound
. . '...J.,.. ,,C ii.-i i-
tripf-iticludlbg admission to tho island,
33c, childfpi'a ticket 20c. Good music
has been engaged.
Mrs. J. B. Haight, Mrs. J.l. Thels
and Mrs C. W. Knox, of this city, and
Mrs. Frank Barnes, of Charleston, W.
Va., will leave on the Keystone today
on an excursion ttlp to Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Benj F. Streckcrand
Mr. and Mrs. J. ,V. Dysle will leaye
this morning for Cleveland, whore they
will take possago for Detroit and go
from thence to Duluth by water. Tho
party expects to do the trip right and
will be gone about a month.
Mr. W. H. Pape. of Frtmklln, Pa.,
has been employed by the Marietta
Electric Company as superintendent of
the new incandescent light plant nod
electric street railway. Mr. Pape is a
man with 12 years experience in the
electrical business and has recently
been filling the position of superinten
dent of the electric road at Franklin.
Wm. Reese, of Newport, one of the
old time People's Party men of Wash
ington county, left Sunday night for
St Louis to attend the Populist Con
vention as a delegate. Mr. Reese is
still a greenbacker and has little uso
for either gold-bugs or sllverites. Ho
is opposed to indorsing the Chicago
ticket and platform.
S. H. Taylor, of Oil City, Pa., Is in
tha city looking after his interests in
the Warner Oil Co.
The many frionds of Miss Jessie
Morgan were shocked Monday to learn
of her death, which occurred Sunday
evening at the Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
Sanitarium. She had been ill for some
time and had gone to Mt Clemens in
the hope of improving her health, but
was attacked ty a complication oi
diseases, chiefly pulmonary, to which
she succumbed. Her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Morgan were at hes bedside
when death came. Miss Morgan was
one of Marietta's brightest and most
popular daughters and her untimely
end casts a shadow over a wide circle
of friends. The remains will arrive
over the T. & O. C. Ex. at noon today.
Richard Bayless, who lived on Big
Run, several miles east of this city.met
death In a peculiar and shocking man
ner Sunday. He had gone to an oil
tank on his farm, presumably with the
intention of inspecting its contents.
When he was found by his wife a short
time afterward, he was lying with his
face over- the hole in the top of the
tank and life was extinct Tho only
reasonable assumption is that he was
suffocated. Tho deceased was a young
man and leaves a family.
IlacKlcn'aArn ca Halve.
Thb Best Salvk In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or monov re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv W. H. Stver.
There is no other remedy on earth so
simple, so effectual, so natural, in the
cure of summer complaint in all its
forms, as Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild
Burdock Blood Bitters never fails to
cure all impurities of the blood, from a
common-pimple to the worst scrofula
RpPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL HANK OF MARIETTA,
AT Maiuetta. in the State of Ohio, at the
close of business, July 11th, 1800.
Loans and discounts :
ONerdratts, secured and unsecured,
U. S. Honds to secure circulation.
Premiums on TJ. S. 13onds ....
btocks, securities, etc
llankiug house, furniture and fix
tures , ,
Due from National Banks (not Re
sen e Agents) ,
Due from State Hanks and bankers
Due from appro ed reser e agents, .
unecKS ana oiner cusa ueins ,...
Notes or other National Hanks
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents.. ., ,
LAW FBI. MONEY RESERVE IK liANK.ViZ
specie-. Htf xri '' ""
L.eg.u render noios,.i-w i.t; ii.wu-tu
Jteijenrptlon fundswlth'TJf SwTreas
f urer (6 per cent, of circulation) .
' ffiat ., ,.
a. i.y. Jt.jE8io4io. i?
Capital stock paid In . . , . .
:Mirmu mnu... ,
Uncmlded profits, less expenses and
National Dank notes outstanding
Due to other National Hanks ,, , .
Due to State Hanks and bankers
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit. ,,
4 51S 13
TOTAT, , $101,010 83
STATE OF OHIO, COUNTY OF WASIHNGTOK, bS"
I, D. M. Iloorn, Caahler of the aboe named
bank, do-solemnly sw oar that the atwo state
ment Is true to tho best of ray knowledge and
E. M. UooTif, Cashier,
Subscribed and sworu to before me this 20th
day of July, isoo.
J, C. HltKNAN,
Notary Public, In and for AVasbington Co , O.
A. T. Nyk,
, D. I), TOBPY,
B. F. SntEOKEIt,
When a little one is
expected in the family how
lovingly the parents -plan
together for its future well-
fare. They sometimes even forecast ita
education, nnd career. Docs this seem
too early to anticipate while the child is
yet unborn? It isn't. The chlltlls des
tiny has already been partly mapped out
by Nature according to the disposition
mm jiuuiuj ui inu jiurcnis, ineuestpiau
a mother can make for the future happi
ness oi ucr unuorn cmiu is to maintain
her own cheerfulness and health while
Her child's utulev eloped being is (still a
part of hers. Her health at this critical
period is of .tremendous consequence to
the little Oite's whole future existence.
Everv prospective mother will find direct
(nourishment, comfort and sustaining
streugjuij .in ut. ncrce's i-aorue .pre
scription. It will maintain her vitality
both bodily and mental: shorten the peri
od of confinement and make labor easy and
almost painless. It imparts strength and
ciasuuuy iu uic uruns cuiiLcriicu in par
turition, invests the mother with recuper
ative energy against any nfter period of
weakness and depression, and aids in the
secretion of healthy nourishment for the
child. It is the unfailing cure of all " fe
Dear Doctor .Your " Faorite Prescription," la
the best medicine to take before confinement
that can be found It prcned so with me I
never suffered so little with any of my children
as I did with my lnst, and she is the healthiest we
.have When I Dcpm jour treatment I could not
stand on my feet long enough to wash my dishes
without suiferjnR almost death ; now I do all ray
housework, washing, cooking, sewing, and every,
thing for my family.
I Oaklev Ovrrton Co.. Tenn.
Mr. Thomas Palmer, one of the
oldest and most w idely known residents
of this county, died Monday, July 20th,
at his home in Feaiing township He
had been alllicted with cancer for tho
past three years and had been confined
to the house for six months prior to his
death. He was about 72 years of age
and leaves a wife and nine children, all
grown. He was the father of John P.,
Gifford A. nnd S Palmer and Mrs. E. S.
Chapman, of this city, and Mrs. R. T.
Miller, Reno. During his long life Mr.
Palmer was noted for his (uprightness
and Christian spirit He leaves a mul
titude of friends who will sincerely re
gcet his death.
The new parlor car line on the
Ohio River road went into operation
Geo. Henry, of the Henry Oil Co. of
Chicago, is in the city.
JSWANTKD Two furnished rooms, one
suitable for office and one for bed room Front
street prefened ROOMS, Leader Office.
botforsale A family horse, six years
old. Dark Bay. Also for rent, a barn with
four stalls Call at 310 front street
tSTaudem for rent. The Big Four Cycle
Co has a brand new Viking Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
narCHAS. S. HART, M. D , office and resi
dence No. "100 Putnam street. Telephone 209
K3-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
CSTDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio
Office 2')2 Front Street, over Weis' Grocery.
J"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St.. between Front and Sncond
ESTDn e, P. EDoy, Dentist Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
Gas administered. '
fTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
B9TS M. HART.JJentist. Office over AVitt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St Hours from
0 a. m; to 5 p m.
tayiOR SALE. Four young saddle horses,
Iso good drivers, single or double. Perfectly
sound, kind and gentle. Also a farm. Inquire
at 824 Third street.
S37TOR SALE College property on Fifth
astreet, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In "Emerson Heights' Sub-division
and six acres adjoining corp. line at low
prices. Several residence properties In the
city for sale, Term,s made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Call and see
us when looking for property,
WAnn & Stone,
25 Second Street.
TOR SALiE An R room uouse on Third bt ,
j5000 on monthly payments. Three new houses
1700 each Seeral lots 'In Streckers Subdivi
sion froni '5 to J200. A business room on Put
nam St. $4200. The Meijser Tannery property
on Second St. lot 110x180 ft $5000 will be sold as
a whole or In Btrlps, on paved street and good
location for business blocks
J. A PMJMEIt & SON,
Cor. Putnira and Second Streets
Ep worth League Picnic at Fountain
Park July 23d.
For this occasion the T. & O. C. Ex. R. R.
will sell tickets from all stations to Fountain
Fark and return at one rare for the round trip.
A good prsgramme has been arranged, copy or
which can be secured from Secretary. All
who go will undoubtedly hao a good timd.
iAnotlior JjHfrato excursion to Cleveland, O ,
MaahftC.ak. Rri, Tuetday, July 21st, good
I returning to and Including Saturday, July 25.
uranaopeniuR oi mo ueveiaua centennial
Celefiratlon the 22nd, big days attendant upon
same the 23d and 24th Watch for hand bills
and posters showing surprisingly low rate
from all C. &. M, Ry. points and time of the ex
cursion train. E. W. Pace, G. P A
A great many people In this section are plan
ning to take a vacation trip during the sum
mer months and before deciding definitely as
to same they should confer with the ticket
agent of the Cleveland & Marietta Railway,
and learn the advantages offered by that com
pany to tourjsts for a trip up the Great Lakes
to Put-In Bay, Detroit. Oakland, Mackinac Is
land, Sault Ste. Mario, Ashland or Duluth.
These points are reached by the many mag
nificent steamers from Cleveland Insuring a
safo, pleasant Journey and at very low rates.
To business men desiring a vacation for rest
nothing can be offered to compare with a trip
to Duluth and back. These trips 'combine rest,
health and pleasure and are enjoyable for all.
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How to Dress Wei! and
Subscribe for THE DELINEATOR, the best
complete stock of the Butterick Patterns.
Don't forget our closing-out sale of Shirt
Waists wonderfully cheap.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
THE lETJRST OIP THE
You'll be surprised what a lot of Summer Underwear a Dollar will
buy. It's a price cut all along the line.
FIRST LOT Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest 20 for $1.00 or 5 cents each.
SECOND LOT Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest, good quality, 16 for $1.00
or 6 cents each.
THIRD LOT Extra quality, tape finish, 10 for $1.00 or 10 cents
each, and so on through our stock.
The same in our Hosiery Department:
FIRST LOT Children's and Misses' Black Ribbed, full fashioned
and guaranteed fast black, 19 cents per pair or 3 pair for 50
cents; all sizes, regular price 25 cents per pair.
SECOND LOT Ladies' Black Lisle Thread Hose, full regular made,
38 cents a pair or 2 pair for 75 cents; retail anywhere for 50
cents per pair.
BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY.
The Standard Fashion Sheets and Publications for August are now
in and ready for distribution.
Just received for sale on commission a lot of first-class
Sewing Machines very cheap, for cash.
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the tluong 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.
Tho Low Prices have kept Otto Bros.' Store crowded during tho past
weeks JULY SALES.
We commence another six months' business and with it our "Mid-
snmmer Clearance Sale. Low Prices will be the main
feature during this sale. Specials to start with.
Shirt Waist, Justine, at
39c and 69 cts worth
50c and $1.00.
1 1 1
Ladies' Black Hose, extra
fine, Hcmsdorf dye, 2c,
our 35c goods.
Lot of Corsets at 50 cents,
regular dollar goods.
Tho great Kloth for
Call and bo convinced of tho offering that wo aro
making during this month.
, Wholesale-and Retail.
119 and 121 Putnam St, . v Marietta, O.
of all the fashion
thus get at the foun
tain head of fashion
then come here for
your Dress Goods
and Trimmings and
thus get at the foun
tain head of high
grade and stylish
Fashion Sheets are
now ready, and a
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
Men's and Boys' Sweaters
29 cents in Black, Blue
White Quilts at 79 cents,
Men's Shirts, home-made,
37 cents worth 50 cents.
at y price.
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Polishing nnd Cleaning,
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