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THE BULL'S EYE
'Is easy to carry.
Is easy to use.
Is simple in construction.
Can bo loaded in daylight as often ns
For sale by
The Marietta Picture Man.
tSTWe will finish pictures or furnish
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for ?3.00.
For Sale by
T1IK JKWKLEU 1
139 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Two More Samples Left.
One ladies' Liberty, hstSlOO, now S03.50
One gents' Viking', " S100, " S70.00
We also received last night
3 Eclipse, $100 list, which will go at $50.
One gents' Kankakee, list ?00, will go
One ladies' Dutchess, list SCO, will go at
Three Juvenile wheels at J25.00.
Now is the chance to get a wheel at
the right price.
Big Four Cycle Co.,
110 Front street.
J. C. Saner. R. E. Race. J. M, Williams.
- SODA WATER
Is a "Boon to tho hot, tirod, thirsty wo
man who worries through many visits
to many stores on a hot day in search
of what she wants. There should be
rests between these visits, and tho rest
ing should be done at our Soda Foun
tain. , , ,
IRON-TONE and fruit syrups drinks
are wonderfully refreshing to tired
people on a hot day.
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Closing Out Sale!
Here is your chance to get a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
One Gents' wheel, list $85.00,
One Ladies' wheel list '$85.00,
One Gents' wheel, list $75.00,
W. R. Koerner.
GEO. STIUCCKEJl. niCNBY STJ1ECKKB
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marino, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers. Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
recall-tag Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none but tbe best mechanics In this line.
j Give us a trial we know we can please yon,
Office and works on West Bide.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1890
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Lawrence Bucll, of Detroit, Mich.(
la tho guefet of i his mother, Mr?. E. W.
Mrs. .1. T. Buchert and children
left Monday for I'lketon to visit rela
tives. MiiS Kato Minshall left Monday
for Danville, Ills,
Cnro should bo taken to provldo so
far as possible against diseases that
may result from tho decaying vegeta
tion caused by the high water. Lime
plentifully sprinkled and the burning
of tar will gfa' far toward neutralizing
the bad stench
:.Dr.Georgelt. Gear leaves today
for 6ranvlllo, where "he will spend a
few days with friends.
John W. Crooks Is home from a
visit of soveral weeks at Coolville.
American Union Lodge No. 1, F. &
A. M., held a special meeting last night
and conferred the Master Degree on
News is received of tho death at
Ravonswood, W. Va., of Mi's Lucy W.
Davis, wife of James Davis. The de
ceased was a native of Washington
county and has many friends here who
will mourn her death. She was ill but
a short time.
State Schoul Commissioner Corson
will address the Normal Institute next
Marshal James Parlin was at Bel
pro Monday serving rlnpers in the at
tachment suit of the Oil Well Supply
Company vs. Alfred Howe and C. R.
Devel. The property attached con
sists of a complete rig, boiler, engine,
tank, tools, etc.
Miss Flora Richardson returned
home to New Natamoras Monday, after
a visit with friends in this city.
Amos Brown, engineer at Leideck
er's Tool Works, was struck on the
chin by a flying piece of Iron Monday,
and received a serious gash, which was
sewn up by Dr. Cotton.
A red cow has been straying on
.Montgomery street near Elston's saw
mill for several days and appears to
hajc no owner.
A marriage license has been issued
to Russel Hildebrrnd and Jessie Polton
both of Marietta.
E. T. Jett left Monday for St. Louis.
The Latehaw & Co. well No. 3, on
the Henry Hart farm, Yankeeburg,
came in yesterday and with two screws
in the sand it shows for a good well,
probably better than the other two on
the 'same farm.
Coroner Willis held an inquest
Monday in the matter of the killing of
Phillip Thois and examined a number
of witnesses. His finding was that Mr.
Theis was run oyer by the C. & M. en
gine No. 10, which was turning on the
"Y," and that the accident occurred at
7:30 o'clock, almost two hours before
tho body vas discovered. There was
no light on the tender and the engineer
for that reason was unable to see him.
No blame attaches to the crew.
Mrs. D. W. Pickering and childron,
who have been visiting relatives at Se
ville, O., for soyeral weeks, will arrive
Prof. N. J. Morrison returned to
Wichita, Kas., Monday, accompanied
by Mrs. Morrison.
David Needs was arrested -by Offi
cer Posey Monday on a warrant charg
ing him with assault and battery. The
charge was filed by Mrs. Wm. Qeyer
and the alleged assualt was of a crim
inal i nature, a serious offense. His
hearing is set for today before 'Squire
Miss Clerc left Monday for Lewis
ton, Pa., on a visit.
Allyn Hovoy, aged about 11 years,
was struck Monday by a bicycle ridden
by Prof. John Starling and consider
ably bruised. The lad was playing
ball in the. street with a number of
other boy6 when the accident occurred
and did not notice tho approach of the
wheel. Owing to the slow speed at
which Prof. Starlin was riding tho boy
was not seriously injured, though he
fainted a few minutes after, presum
ably from the shock. Tho accident,
according to eye-witnesses, was un
avoidable. Prof. M. R. Andrews leaves today
for Tennessee, where he will spend
several weeks seeing the vcountry and
studying ts history.
The payroll of the Buckeye Pipe
Line Co. for the month of July is 824,000
several thousand in excess of the pre
The big pump at tho water' works
station was repaired Monday and the
water turned on.
C Lamport, pianist, will locate in the
city. Engagements accepted for en
tertainments, muslcales etc. Piano
instruction a specialty. Leave orders
at Schneider and Breuninger,
There will be some good speaking
at the Republican Club meeting at tho
Court House at 7 o'clock this ovening.
There will be a picnic on Plet.sant
Ridge, Kinnich'a Groye, August 8th.
Good speaking, refreshments' of all
kinds. Whipple brass band will be im
attendance. Given by Pleasant Ridge
M. E. Church.
-Cincinnati and ,relurn only 82 GO,
August 7th and 8th, via tho Z. & O. R
Dr. J. V. Simpson leaves today for
Cards havo been received announc
ing the marriage of Miss Mary Matilda
Hart, of Pittsburg, formorly of Mari
etta. The gentleman Is Dr. Robert
Henry Sykes, of Pittsburg. Tho wed
ding occured on Wednesday lust, tho
20 th of July.
Cheap excursion to Cincinnati, via
'A. & O. R. Ry. S2.50 round trip. Aug.
7th and 3th. Tickets good going on
trains loavlng Marietta at 2:40 p. m.,
August 7th and 0:20 a. in. and 3:40 p. m.
August 8th. You can spend Saturday
and Sunday in Cincinnati. Two ball
games, Cincinnati vs. Louisville. Last
train homo leaves Cincinnati 0 o'clock,
Sunday ovening. Call nt Front streot
ticket office or Union Depot' for full
The Lower Salem and 'New Mata
rnoras companies of the Ohio National
Guard, which havo been in camp at
Cleveland, came in on a special train
over tho T. & O. C. Ex. Monday night.
Mrs. C. J. Vanvaley, who has been
seriously ill for soveral days, is slightly
Bicycle elopements are becoming
alarmingly frequent of late. The other
day a Buffalo wheelman called off the
daughter of a wealthy glucose manu
facturer and sought the home of a
clergyman. The funny part of it was
the way he fooled tho guileless parson.
The minister refused to perform the
marriage unless he had tho consent of
the lady's parents. The groom pro
spective called her father up on the
telephone and said . "Kate and I are
here and want to get married. Can we
have your consent?" Then ho hung
up the telephone and assured the min
ister that the father had consented.
The minister said he would take his
word for it and .married them.
Tho Vanesville-Pittsburg steamer
Lorena, laid up tho past week on ac
count of high water, leaves Zanesville
this morning on her regular trip.
Harmar Lodge No. 390 will haye
work at tho meeting tonight.
Sarah Farley, wifo of George Far
ley, of Fleming, died Friday morning,
the Slst of July, after an illness of
seven months of a complication of dis
eases. The deceased was a devoted
wife and mother, and leaves-a husband
and four children. The interment oc
cured Saturday at Gravel Bank. Mrs.
Farley was in her fifty-fifth year.
August yd, lS'JGi
Allbarry, Denny O.
Arnold, G. E.
Blackburn, J. W.
Bogard, Mrs. Nettie.
Clark, Mrs. Mollie E.
Clint, Miss Tillie.
Diehl, John H.
Gilpin, Miss Florence.
Henderson, Anna X.
Hildore, Mrs. Maud.
Jones, Miss Mary.
Kennedy & Reed.
Kerr, F. n.
Leonard, Mrs. Susan M. -
Logan, M. H.
Markley, Ad in. of J. A.
Parssler, Jno. F.
Samples, S. B.
Shappe, W. E.
Smith, Mrs. Myrtle.
Smith, Lee B.
Smith, Miss Mary E.
Truessell, Sam'l W.
Holmes, W. H.
Theis, Mrs. Fannie R.
Hknky Roi:sKit, P. M.
You and Your Grandfather
Are removed from each other by a span
of many years. He traveled in a slow
going stage-coach while you t,ake tho
lightning express or the electric car.
When ho was sick he was treated by
old fashioned methods and given old
fashioned medicines, but you demand
modern ideas in medicine as well as in
every thing else.- Hood's Sarsaparilla
Is the medicine of to-day. It is pre
pared by modern methods and to its
preparations are brought tho skill and
knowledge of modern science. Hood's
Sarsaparilla acts promptly upon the
blood and by making pure, rich blood
it cures disease and establishes good
The Washington County Normal In
stitute opened at the Hif,'h School
building Monday for af terra of fotir
weeks. The enrollment for the first
dayfwasl24. This school is intended
to take the placo of the usual county
teachers' institute and is a step forward
in educational work. Instead of em
ploying lecturers to crowd a great deal
of Information into an Institute lasting
four or flye days, tbe present plan se
cures to tho teachers throughout tho
countv tho benefit of four weeks of
normal training free, under the direc
tlon of leading home educators. Tho
teaching force is composed of Supt. W.
W. Boyd, of Marietta; Supt. E. K.
Barnes, of Belpre, and Supt. 0. 8.
Joseph, of Waterford,
Skin and blood diseases, causing all
sorts of dire disasters to human happi
ness aro easily and quickly cured by
Burdock Blood Bitters.
In curing con
Time by the fore
lock. Doctors say
be cured ; they
have arguments to
prove it. But when
they see it cured
right under their
face and eyes by
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medicat Discovery,
they admit that there's something wrong
about their arguments and something
wonderful about the " Discovery." It
isn't miraculous. It won't cure every
case ; but it cures a suprisingly large per
centage of cases , even when the patient
is pretty far gone with a bad cough, and
bleeding from the lungs, and reduced al
most to a shadow. Consumption is a
Hood disease. The lungs want a fresh
supply of pure rich blood and plenty of
it ; that is what the "Golden Medical Dis
covery" gives them. It is a blood-maker.
It gives the blood-making functions
power to produce a large quantity of the
nourishing red cornuscles which make
healthy Itfe-giving blood. This stops the
wasting; drives out the impurities; heals
the ulceration and begins a rapid building-up
process, of solid, substantial flesh
and vital energy.
It isn't only consumptives who need
the " Discovery." It cures every form of
chronic blood-disease and all scrofulous
and eruptive affections.
Mr. Isaac E. Downs, of Spring Valley. RocL.
land County, N. '., writes : "For three years I
had suffered from that terrible disease, consump
tion, and heart-disease. Before taking Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery I had wasted
away to a skeleton: could not sleep nor rest, and
many times wished to die to be out of my misery.
Step by step, the signs and realities of returning
health slowly but surely developed themselves
while taking the " Discovery." Today I tip the
scales at one-hundred-and-fcigbty-seven, and am
well and strong. The ' olden Medical Discov
ery has also cured i..y daughter of a very Had
ulcer located on the thizh. After trying aln
everything without success we purcnasea inree
bottles of vour 'Discovery' which healed It
Discovery' which healed
New York 10
Baltimore 57 27
Cleveland 50 81
Chicago 5!J. ...09
Pittsburg 47 H9 517
Boston 40 8!) 511
Brooklyn 1)9 47 45:5
Philadelphia !!9 47 452
Washington 34 48 415
New York H5 50 412
St, Louis 23 00 BIS
Louisville 22 02 202
"I always recommend Dr. Fowler's
Ext, of Wild Strawberry in cases of
summer complaints and have neyer
known it to fall. You may use my
name." C. A. West, Druggist, Rains
Are you a sufferer from that terrible
plague. Itching Piles? Doan's Oint
ment will bring you instant relief and
permanent cure. Get it from your
J2f Money to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
XJayTvo desirable furnished rooms for rent.
Inquire at No. 425 Second Streot.
"Tandem for rent. Tho Wg Four Cycle
Co has a brand-new Viking Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
BS-CHAS. S. HART, M. D office and resi
dence No. 308 Putnam street. Telephone 209.
DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Dulldlng, rooms 7 and S.
JSDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 2!I2 Front Street, over Weis' Grocery.
8DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St.. between Front and Second.
ISSDn. E. F. Knny, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
57Bicycle for sale. In good condition, fir.
Must be gold by Aug. 12th. 403 Third street.
Aug. 4 St.
tsr-DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
ttS-S. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
Da, m. to 6 p.m.
Kt?"FOR RENT. Six new rooms on Sev
enth street, between Ilutler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J, Gedel
or at the residence.
SfFOR SALE. College property on Fifth
astreet, opposito Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots in "Emerson Heights" Sub-dlvi-slon
and six acres adjoining corp. lino at low
prices. Several residence propeitles in the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Call and see
usflhen looking for property.
WAnn & Stone, "
2EB Second Street,
FOR SALE An s room uouseon Third St.,
$2000 On monthly payments. Three new houses
roOeach. Several lots .in StreckerS Subdivi
sion from 85U to 200. A business room on Put
nam St. J4200. TheMeuser Tannery nrouerty
on "Second St. lot lioxiso ft. J5000 will be sold as
a whole or in strips, on paved street anci gooa
ocation tor business uiocks.
J. A. Plumeh & Son.
Cor, Putnam and Second Streets.
Real Estate for Sale.
OEO. 11. SUNnEHLAND, 231 SECOND STItEET, Or
rOSlTE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Side, from J7C0 to
6 Vacant lots on Front street, 1150 to tM.
fi Lots on Eighth and Washington, Moo to
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, $300 to 400.
60 Lots for sale on Weekly or Monthly pay
ments. 1 0 Lots for sale In tho Ohio Valley BUb-dlvi-slon.
11 Houses near Doller Works at a bargain.
3 Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below Wooster.
1 ITnilfla rt 1 Ttrmo nvtri In. CWvKM f.a, In.
cated close to Second street on Montgomery at
a Bargain, (2,800,
ZLm-WS&Srfffi m IT
Too often cheapness means trash, but here
is cheapness combined with excellence. DUCK
SUITS AT 85 CENTS. Nothing wrong with
them--only too many. We have sold them at
$1.75, now 85c which is less than half and
much less than the material would cost you.
A few left of the job lot of White Bed Spreads
at 50c--wonderful value, full size, really
worth 75 cents.
Special bargains scattered all through the
store. Come and see them.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The Second and
Now is the chance for those who have been waiting to get good
goods for almost a song.
We have left from the First July Sale some Odd Lots and Tail
Ends from every department, we have ticketed and marked at prices
Broken Lots and Ends of Silk.
Good -waste lengths among them.
Some at one-half regular prices.
A call will convince you that
they are at clean-up prices.
The Last of the Shirt Waists.
Mostly broken lots but none the
worse for that. If your size,
style and kind is among them
you're in luck, for the prices
are cut entirely loose from tho
172 FKONT 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.
Tuesday morning, July 28th, all Summer
Goods at your own price.
12 1-2 and 15c Percales,' Organdies, Dimi
ties at 5c per yard.
25c Japanet and Pli'sse at 1 5c per yard.
1200 yards Standard Prints 3 l-2c a yard.
1 0 yards to each customer.
Do not fail'to attend this sale.
119 and 121 Putnam St.,
The Shirt Waists are
going at the closing out
prices we have adver
tised. You should not
miss this chance. Shirt
Waists at 25, 38, 50c and
up-all far below orig
Last July Sale.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
Not a question of worth but
what prices will sell them. It
will pay you to be among the
first; the pick is worth some
thing. Broken Lots of Hosiery and
Odd dozens and half dozens all
out on the counter and they're
not going back on the shelves
with our consent. We haven't
space to quote prices, but call
and note the reductions and
.you're sure to take some home
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
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