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AlL WORK- ,.
MakessJacW a dull "boy."
We have had our outinp atf"d come
back rested and refreshed In body and
mind, and again ofter our best efforts
IT to our friends and patrons.
Extensive purchases ,of accessories
and apparatus have been made to keep
Tho latest and best will always bo
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY. AUGUST 'I O. 1806
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
The Marietta Picture Man.
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The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for S5.00.
For Sale by
THE .IEWKLEU t
129 Putnam street, Marietta,
Better not buy a
Bicycle until you
see what goes in
And Most Others
Know well the charm of soft, white
hands and a fair complexion.
It's Easy to keep tho complexion
right, if you use right soap.
We've made toilet soaps a study, and
belieye wo know good soap when wo
Those who buy "comoloxion" and
other kinds ncnu, are suro to got thoir
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to chooso from.
With us you got just what you pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices ovory
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Things You Should Know
That wo have a stook of drain tile.
That wo have a stock of sewer tile.
That we have a stock of hearth tile.
That when you break your wheel
we can repair it.
That wo rent new wheels.
That selling for cash (as wo do)
dropped the price ot all grades
of bicycles from $10.00 to
That you can buy a $100 wheel of
us for $6G,00, no more no les,s
That which you see in our adver
tisement you can find at 829
That tho Lyon egg beater is tho lest
Hagan & Schad,
Real Estate for Snlo.
GEO D. BUKDEIU.AND, 2dl SECOND STOEtT, OP
X'OSITB UNION DEPOT.
T HouseB on Front street ?1,"00, 1,W0, 2,000,
Becona BtreetJt.TOO. 5,000s . ..
li Iloom House below Butler street I3,600.i
Third street, 0 Houscb, 1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1 800. 2.000, 8,000.
'Fourth street l,000. l.eoo, 2,800, 5,000.
Fifth street 8800, 2,003, 8,050.
Sixth street H.R00. 2 ooo, i.soo.
Warren street roo. M0. wo, 1.10O, ,
I Fine llrlck House, 1,200, ot 1W by 160,
Aug. M. Campbell, the well known
West Virginia attorney, is a candidate
for Attorney General of that state be
fore the Democratic convention which
meets at Wheeling.
The paternity case of Mary South
erland against Watson Yerlau was
compromised in 'Squire Guyton's court
Miss Carrie Pfaff, West Side, left
Saturday evening for Cincinnati, to re
main several weeks visiting relatives
v Z. H. Bahlmon returns to hiswork
in the Oil Well Supply store today
alter a vacation. ot two weens, x j.
Dr. and MrsVTV. A. Stnnley, West
Jlderhave the sympathy of helVinilny
friends in the loss ot 'their Infant son,
Friday night, tho 7th. The child was
but four weeks old. The remains were
taken to Medina, the former home of
Dr. Stanley, for burial.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Matthews were
in the city yesterday, the guests of Mr.
and fc'rs. James R. Hall.
Mrs. Frank Corson, of Portsmouth,
is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Hickok,
Charles Carpenter was locked up
Saturday night on the charge of drunk
enness and disorderly conduct at the
Ht-rmar Bouse, West Side.
Thompson & Company have locat
ed a new well at Cutler. Thomas
Riley & Co. also made a location in the
same field Saturday.
Ligo Davis, Clerk at the Bellevuc,
has returned from Mt. Clemens, Mich.,
accompanied by his famous dog.
County Clerk L. E. McVay entered
upon his second term Sunday, August
One hundred aud fifteen persons
loft over the Z. & 0. R. Sunday for
Taylorsyille to witness tho Marietta
Miss Rowena Bucll returned home
Saturday evening from Toledo, where
she had been visiting friends for sev
Constable J. II. Dye left Saturday
for Findlay, O., with a warrant for the
arrest of Wm. H. Brister on tho chrrgo
of failure to provide for his two minor
Frank II. Brown was bound over to
court by 'Square Guyton for non-support
of minor child.
Shantyboat warrants were issued
Saturday for the arrest of Charles
Papo and Bart Stanley. They will be
tried before 'Squire Guyton.
The steamers Lorena and Virginia
arrived down the Ohio from Pittsburg
Sunday afternoon at the same time.
The Virginia's passenger list was oyer
300 and tho Lorena had over 100 aboard
for points up the Muskingum. It was
remarked by a number of passengers
that the Lorena was the faster boat
The contractors who are putting in
tho system of water works at Cam
bridge have a strike on their hands
and are unable to got workmen. They
have been paying a price thut amount
ed to about 75 cents a day for ditch
The sixth game of tho Marietta
Parkersburg series was played hero
Saturday and was umpired by Art
Hastings, of Parkorsburg. Tho game
was interesting and resulted in a score
of fi to a in fayor of Marietta. It
should have been a shut-out for Park
ersbunr. as only four hits were mado
off of Blough, Marietta's new pitcher,
and both of Parkersburg's runs were
mado on errors.
Tho rapidity with which tho rivers
arc falling is giving steamboatmon
much concern, as thoy fenr a siege of
low water following upon the recent
Tho meeting of ,tho Republican
Club at tho Court House this evening
should bo well attended, as there is
much business of importance to be
transacted. The matter of permanent
quarters will come up for considera
tion. Lot every member and every
true Republican who expects to be
come a member bo present.
While driving on Front street Sat
urday evening Frank Lawrence col
lided with a boy riding a bicycle, but
bo far as could bo learned no particular
damage was done by tho accident.
Sunday was probably tho hottest
day of tho season, tho thermometer
registering 100 the greater part of Jhe
day. No prostrations in tho city are
reported, but eyorbody suffered more
Sunday baseball is not to bo en
couraged, chiefly for the reason that
tho munagcrs of a ball toain havo no
mom right to work their men on gun
day than has any individual in any
lino of business. Further, the patrons
of tho game in Marietta aro largoly of
a class who frown on Sunday sports in
general and do not believe thaj, tho
public cannot bo satisueu witn games
six days in tho wcok. The Marietta
team has beon doing good bustnoss be
cause tho better class of cltirens havo
taken interest Jin it, and it is not clear
that Sunday ball will in tho end prove
Kent Loomls is now in editorial
charge of tho State Journal of Parkors
burg, Until aftor tho election Mr.
Whlto will bo occupied doing campaign
work ylth headquartors at Wheeling.
V fit 11
, Oh, say, was ty hot;enough for ou'
lttstnig'ht?. " " "
Joseph Snakard and family will
move' today into the Hill property on
Wanted, a good cook and girl at
the St. James, Hotel. ,
Born, Friday night, to Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Hostetter, Sixth street, a son.
Jacob Theis and a party will go' in
to camp this week at Willow Island.
At Mr. F. W. Minshall's, .Fifth
street, Friday evening last a night
blooming cereus put forth Its glorious
blossom, and attracted numbers of peo
ple to the see the rare and beautiful
A party of four went up the West
side of the Muskingum Friday evening
last to take 'their supper In the woods
near Capt. Gage Barkers. As thpy sat
initio enjoyment of the meal in God's
first temple, they "did not" notice that
the'ir'Qio'rse,with",vehIcle had strayed,
The animal lost himself from them
completely, -and after a fruitless search
the party had to ferry across tho riyer
and get a farmer fridnd to bring them
to' this city. Later the horse was
found in tne neighborhood with his
harness somewhat the worse for his
The Sistersyllle team which has
been re-organized, is putting up a great
article of ball. In the gamo at Sisters
ville Saturday, be tweon the club of that
place and Stoubonville the former won
by a score of 4 to 3 In one of the best
games ever played there. The games
hero today and tomorrow promise to
be very interesting and close.
The King's Daughters will meet
this afternoon at the home of Miss
Nellie Hoist, No. 020 Front. In the
afternoon the little folks will meet
and in the evening the young ladies.
Tho firm of Maganani & Co. will
receive another carload of fine bananas
Wednesday. This firm disposes of
about a carload a week of this fine
fruit during this time of year.
Rev. T. J. Vlllers, pastor of the
Baptist church at Syracuse, Now York,
who has been in attendance at tho fu
neral of his brother Dr. Vlllers, of
Little Hocking, will return home Wed
Miss Laura Meister left Saturday
morning for McConnelsvillo to attend
tho Teacher's Institute. She is ex
pected home this evening.
Tho members of Augusta R. D.
Lodge, No. 272, I. O. O. F. are requested
to meet at their hall this evening, pre
paratory to participating at the funeral
of Mrs. Lizzie Mahnken, Tuesday.
The engine room at the Marietta
Chair factory has been renovated in tho
last few days, and a coat of whitewash
has been applied to tho ceiling, which
gives it a fine appearance.
Tho scholars of Harmar Congrega
tional Sunday School will be given a
free picnic Tuesday at Fountain Park,
leaving hero at 0 o'clock a. m. and re
turning at 5 p. m. A special invitation
to parents and friends is extended.
The round trip fare is 25 cents for
adults and 10 cents for children who
aro not members of the Sunday School.
Cold water furnished free.
Robert Humble, of Parkorsburg, a
young man who has been attending
College hero, was dangerously injured
Saturday evening. In company with.
threo or four other young men he was
climbing from a board awning on the
second story of the building occupied
by James & Rose's shoe store to the
window of tho Fraternity hall above,
using a ladder for tho purpose. In
some unknown manner ho fell from the
top of tho ladder to tho awning, a dis
tance of ten feet, alighting on his head,
He was rendered unconscious by the
shock and remained in that state until
Sunday noon. No fracturo of the skull
could be found by tho attending physi
cians and tho young man will probably
pull through all right. Tho object the
young men had in view when tho ac
cident occurred is not known.
Tho gamo at Riverview Park Sun
day between Mariotta and the Buck
shoes, of Zanesvllle, was a brillitnt
victory for the home team, Zanesyillo
being shut out by a score of 0 to 0.
Taylor pitched for Marietta and held
tho opponents down to six hits.
Otto Berg, of Whipple, and Florence
Porter, of Lower Salem, woro licensed
to wed in Probato Court Saturday.
Parkorsburg is experiencing a
water famine through tho poor condi
tion of its wator works pumps.
Mrs. D. W. Buell and Mr. and Mrs.
James Cieelinau arrived at Mahont,
Mass., Saturday, whore they will spend
Tho death of Mrs. Tdzzle Mahnken,
(noo Meister), formerly of this city, oc
curred at her home at Sharon, Pa.,
Friday night. She was a victim of con
sumption. Tho remains will bo brought
to Marietta for burial and the funoral
will take place Tuesday afternoon at
2:30 o'clock, standard time.
Tho Rob Roy blow out a cylinder
head Friday night while niaking her
regular trip from Waverly to this city.
Tho Coolvlllo catnpmaetlng closed
IIuclcleu'aArii en Salvo,
Tnn Bust Salvb in the world lor
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Hboum, Fever Soros, Totter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Stcln
Kruptlons, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. , It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money ro
lunded Price 25 cents per bos.
For sale by W H.. Btyor.
IN OPEN LETTER
From a Government Official Ineerest-
ing Testimony from the Depart-'
ment of Secretary of State
Mr. A. P. Gale is at present engaged
in tho Department of Secretary of
State, and is well known in Flint,
Mich., as his homo is at Atlas P. O.,
near that city. The following letter,
written by Mr. Gale, will interest many
"Genti.kmks: For over ten years, for
more or less of tho time, I have besn a
sufferer from kidney trouble, and at
times nave neon so bad as to bo unable
to lie in bed at nicht on account of the
very severe pain across the small of my
back, and for the nast two vears I havo
ibeen rapidly crowine worse, until 1 be
came discouraged, and felt that unless
II could, get some help .soon my chances
was very highly 'colored, and at times
deposited a red sediment. This con
tinued until it was almost impossible
for mo to perform my work in tho office,
while at times I was compelled to quit
work entirely. This condition lasted
until about a month ago, when I saw
your advertisement of Doan's Kidney
Pills, and concluded to try them,
though without much faith of receiving
any benefit, but, to my great surprise,
before I had taken half a dozen doses I
felt so much relief that I began to be
encouraged; and now, after using six
boxes, 1 am sure that they will do just
what you claim for them. I have also
recommended them to friends in the
office with me who complained as I did,
and they claim the same results from
them that I havo experienced. I was
afraid of them at first for fear they
would act as a purgative, but I had no
trouble of that kind from the use of
them. Doan's Kidney Pills haye bene
fitted me so much that I feel very grate
ful to you.
(Signed,) A. P. Gai.k,"
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for the United States. Re
member the name DOAN'S and take
With Cord and Patent Pulleys for attaching to
the'Ceiling. These are of full sizeand superi
Full stock of Common Mosquito Nets.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The Second and Last July Sale.
llrynn Arrives In Omaha.
Omaha, Neb., Aug. 8. Mr. Bryan
and his party reached Omaha over the
Rock Island road at four o'clock. Tho
trip was mado without incident, except
at Albright and South Omaha, where
crowds assembled and cheered the
nominee. At tho depot here a couple
of hundred people had gathered and
with a number of them Mr. Bryan
shook hands. The train remained at
Omaha fO minutes and Mr. Bryan spent
the time in and about the station.
Threo Killed In an Uxploxlon.
Bi.ur.Fir.i.D, W. Va., Aug. 8. At
Troutville, Va., tho boiler in the can
ning factory of C. E. Layman exploded,
almost completely demolishing tho fac
tory, and killing threo employes, L. A.
Linkcnhoker, W. Tallmer and A. F.
Shannon. Shannon's head was torn
from his body and thrown some dis
tance. He was tho fireman.
ainssticreil Women and Children.
London, Aug. 8 A dispatch from
Athens to the Central News siys that
old men and women and children havo
been massacred at Hcraklon, and that
several churches havo been desecrated
bv the mob. The cathedral was at
tacked, but was stoutly defended
the Christians, who killed inany
Now is the chance for those whn 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 arid marked at prices
Broken Lots ajid 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.
T. nnil . Ilmlcrmnn Killed.
Lkjianox .Iunciio.v, Ky., Aug. 8.
Charles Adams, a brukemun on tho L
and N. railroad, Kno.wille division,
was run over by his train -und his leg
cut off. The accident happened at
Parksville, Ky. He died Saturday
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 luclc, lor the prices
are cut entirely loose from the
Parasols and Sun Unibrellas.
Not a .question of worth
what prices will sell them. It
wiil pay you to be among the
first; the pick is worth something.
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
172 FRONT STREET.
jSrw desirable building lots lor salo on PlUo
Street, close to the new boiler factory. Water
and gas in iront of plat, terms easy, prices
moderate, title perfect, J. L Guyton,
Aug. 7 Cta D- Room 10, Law Building.
"isrrOR SALU. House and Lot. 03x113
feet. Fhoroom House. Will sell the samn
cheap. Inquire no. Smith,
507 Smith Street.
jSTTwo deslrablo furnished rooms for rent
at 425 Second street,
IMoney to Loan, Apply at Iloom
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
Join tho thioug that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
fgTTandem for rent. Tho Hlg Four Cycle
Co has a brand new VlUIug Tandem which
they offer for ent to responsible and careful
0U-C1IAS. S. HART, 31. D., offlco and resi
dence No, 100 Putnam street. Telephone 200.
-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
ZSTDU. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Oftlco 202 front Street, ovor Wels' Grocery.
SSTDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST, Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Sncond
S5?Dn. E. I", Knny, Dentist Otlco
rVont street, opposite Soldiers KonuTent.
If you want nice papers at very
lowkst prices do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
Dysle Sl Co.,
12S Front Street.
4'.'. -M. ! . . JK.'tyStt. .. $!. !-
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Hutlor Sts.
S3TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eje
and lining of glasses. Law Building Putnam
mrS.M.HAKT, Dontlat Oftlce ocr Witt
ltg's Jewelry Store, l'ront St. HourH from
Da. m. to 5p.m.
SWKOll RENT. SK jiew rooms on Sev
enth street, botween Duller and Greene,
plumbsd for water and gaa. Apply to J, Gedel
or at tho residence.
ESFOR SALE. Collego 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 tf)T sale. Terms mado easy Farm in De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange Call and see
us hen looking for property.
Waud & Stone,
235 Second Street.
FOR SALE-tAn s room house on Third St.,
$2000 on monthly payments, Threo new houses
IIW each. Several lots In Strecucrs Subdivl'
ilnn from CO to S20O. A business room on Put'
nam St. S1200. TheMeuser Tannery property
on Second St, lot VOxlSO ft. tZOQQ will be sold as
a whole or in strips, on paved street and goofl
ocatton for business blocks.
J, A. Pmjmih & Sox,
Cor, Putnam and Second Streets.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door- to Fjrst Nnt'l Hank,
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
, l. K. .y. sV. !,. JJ8. .SK. $, vMJ. ;$!. .
-Ji - W w W tf WW w viFJi
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold I
That is a good sentiment, and is it not good business to
v attend to your needsjn the Mantel and Grate Line at
this time ? - ,
It is our pleasure to announce that right now we aro equipppd witu
the biggest and best selected stock of Tiles and 'Mantels ever brought
to Marietta. Every word of this is true and you can verify it by
calling on us at 401 Third Street.
H, A. WAGNER &BRQ.
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