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l,If you are looking ior something
now you are sure to ljrid it at the
jv leading gallery. ,
The Marietta Picture Man.
B. Amateur supplies and finishing
JAlftlETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY, AUGUST 24, ICBO
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
The "Eargest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined ior J5.00.
For Sale by
TUB JEWliLKR I
129 Putnam street, Marietta, unio.
Look At This!
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A fine Lady's or Gent's Sy
iBtko at $55,00. 15. 00 down, ?&
StvnnU for 4 weeks and 52.50 Dor
thereafter until paid for. Specifiations:
34. "flinch frame. Birmineham seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nickled handlebars,
finish maroon or Black. Hearings on
tempered tfnd dust proof.
There are no stampings or castings
on this wheel; it is strictly high grade,
warranted to be perfect in every re
spect and stands tho test
BIG FOUR CYCLE CO.,
119 Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
And Most Others
Know well tho charm of soft, white
'uands and a fair complexion.
It's Easy to keep the complexion
Ight, if you use right soap.
We've made toilet soaps a study, and
ijelievo we know goo'd soap when we
Those who buy "comolexion" and
ther kinds here, are sure to get their
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to choose from.
With us you get just what you pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices every
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Fbedebick S. Coleman, Assignee, Plaintiff
Joseph C. McCaoty, ct al., Defendant.
Bv virtue ol an order of sale, duly Issued by
Ethe Court of Common Pleas, of Washington.
rijouniy. umo.m iuo u,ccuw0-rv.r-. --
no me airecieu, i wui uuu "y;D ""'
K auction, at the door of the Court House. In the
City 01 Marietta, on
Saturday, September 1. 1838,
all o'clock, P.M., of said day. the following
..ofttiarnni tntn. tn.wit: Hltuate In wash
I InKtoD county, oiaie 01 umu, -.uniuuiii ui
l Marietta, to-wlt: One and 55-100 acres more or
less being all the real estate conveyed to the
' sal Joseph C McCarty. Elizabeth A. Mccarty
and Nancy J. Coen by the deed of William
O. McCarty bearing daw Jan. 20, 18U0, and tiled
for recora in me iwcoruere uuicu ui D.m muu
ty March 20, 1691 the same being situate In 108
acre lot No. 22, In Range 8, Township No. 2,
and Section No. 81 in the Ohio Company's pur
chase and bounded on the northeast by the
Rolling Mill lands, on the northwest and
southwest by the Baltimore & Ohio south
western Railroad, on the southeasterly by the
Ohio River and beltg the same land conveyed
to William a.McCaitylndeed recqrded in Vol.
No. 71 at pages 202, 20Jfand on pages 208, 201
and 205 and la Vol. 75 on pages 818 and 819 of
records of deeds of said County ,to all of which
above mentioned deeds reference is here made
for greater certainty; excepting however, the
following described portion of said premises
heretofore sold to tho Producers Refining
Company, to-wlt; bounded and described as
follows; on the northwest corner, by the Pub
lio Road crossing thj) B. & O. a. W. railroad
track, said road now operating the lands of
the grantors herein from "The Rolling Mill
Lot," theuco in a southwesterly direction
ninni the rail road track three hundred and
titty feet, and having a frontage on said
rail road of 850 feet, thence southeast
, thn nhtn River, thence northeast to said
Public Road, and thence northwest to the
nolnt of beginning, said parcel of land so ex
cepted containing one and one quarter acres,
,n. mnnllnn tinA innpAvlnf.tiiwnvnr.
UlOlO ur jcaa,i... ''.'- -..... ,
fty said ueea, un uuu diuuuiui iu. huuw,
buildings, structnrea, stills, machinery and
apparatus upon said premises not encluded in
said excepted portion.
Appraised at $1833. Terms Cash.
W. 1. DYE. ,
Sheriff, Washington County, Ohio.
NYU foixjt, attorneys.
Aug.lO,18W. 6 weeks.
Tho steamer Ldrcna arrived down
the Ohio Saturday evohing and left for
Zanesyllle with a.good trip. Sho was
unable to get above Wheeling, her trip
being brought from that point by the
H. JC. Bedford.
The Bteamer Virginia arrlvocdown
Saturday evening from Wheeling,
above which point she', was unable to
(ret. Sho was 20 hours on tho trip and
reports very low water.
The froe-silverltos of Morgan
county woro addressed by General
Sam Friedman has returnod from a
business trip through tho east.
Rufus Nowlen, who was tried.' be'
fore 'Squire Guyton on tho charge of
shooting with intent to kill, was dis
charged. In Probate Court Saturday mar
riage licenses were issued to George
Fauss, of Adams township, and Fran
ces Grohs, of Salem township; and to
Charles E. Headley, Ogdin, W. Va.,
and Mary E. Bennett, of Belpre.
At the residence of Mr. John Cooke,
Gravel Bank, Sunday' afternoon,
August 28, Mr. Walter Strauss and
Miss Stella Cooke were married by the
B,av. F. R. Crooks, of tho Oilman Ave
nue M. E. church. The newly wedded
couple will make their home In Mari
etta. Wilson Bell, a man well known in
this city, died Friday night, the 21st,
after a short illness. His funeral oc
curred Sunday morning at the home
lust below Marietta, Tho remains
were taken up to Rainbow for inter
ment. Tho deceased leaves a wife,
two sons and a daughter, all grown.
He served his country three years in
tho war of the rebellion.
Tho officers of the new Republican
club at Beverly are as follows: Hon.
J. C. Preston, Presidont: C. E. F. Mil.
ler, first Vice; L. W. Skipton, second
Vice; James Rose, third Vice; F. W.
akin, Secretary; L. C. Robinson, as
sistant Secretary; F. A. Pomeroy, Ser
geant at Arms.
Mrs. C. A. Ludy, who has been ill
several days, is reported to be much
On Tuesday evening of this week
Hon. Chas. S. Dana and Hon. R. C
Dawes will speak at Vincent. At Lit
tle Hocking the same gentlemen will
speak Thursday evening, and on Fri
day night they will be at Centre Belpre.
Mr. Taskar Bosworth and mother
returned Saturday noon from Atlantic
City after a ton days outing. Judge
Leeper and sons returned Saturday
eyening. They all report a very enjoy
Married, in this city, Sunday, by
the Rey. F. R. Crooks, Mr. George
Pickens, of Eureka, W. Va., and Miss
Stolla Hoy, of the same place. The
marriage occurred at noon, at the St.
Cloud Hotel. Mr. Pickens is a pros
perous oil man, and he with his bride
will live at Eureka. ,
L. E. Smith, until recently one of
the proprietors of the Bellevue Hotel,
on Thursday of last week purchased a
fifth interest in tho business of the
Mountain State Manufacturing Comp
any, the new and growing enterprise
which has its works on the other side
of the Ohio, just below Willlamstown.
The engagement of Miss Helen
Chamberlain, this city, and Mr. Bert
McLean, of Cambridge, Mass, is an
nounced. Several days since the Lobdell Bi
cycle Rim Works turned out three sets
of its finest rims for bicycles for tho
family of President Cleveland. The
rims woro the very finest that can be
made, and were beautiful specimens of
the very excellent Lobdell output, be
ing Embossed, and finished in the high
est manner known to the art.
There will be work in the Master's
Degree at American Union Lodge No.
1 this Monday evening at 7 o'clock.
Our friend, W. S. Knox, formerly
of this city, is now managing editor of
a new daily paper at Canton. The
paper is called the Morning Journal,
and it is a sprightly little sheet. We
wish Mr. Knox and his now enterprise
Born, In this city, Saturday morn
ing, August 22d, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Radenbach, a son.
Goorgo Foroman was locked up
Saturday for drunkenness and disor
derly conduct After being locked up
he assaulted Marshal Parlln, striking
him in the face and kicking him on the
shins. Tho Marshal quieted hikn by
physical force and he will hayo a hear
Tho steamer Sonoma took a large
party of excursionists to Blenner
hassett Island Sunday to witness the
balloon ascension and base ball game.
Captain Flesher's now boat Argand
for the Marietta-Mlddloport trade ar
rived from Portsmouth Saturday.
Captain Bay's now steamer Ka
nawha is waltlnc on a tiller ropo, but
will probably bo ready for business in
a few days.
R. C. Coburn, of Beckett, has been
visiting friends In this city.
Mr. apd Mrs. W. Q. Hayes returned
Saturday from Atlantic City.
F. W. MlnahaU. of Pittsburg, has
been visiting his family In this city.
Pearl Koon, of Sand Hill, was ar
rested Saturday on a bastardy warrant
sworn out bv Lucv Rumble, of Seventh
street, tills city. Ho had a hearing be
fore 'Squire Palmer and was bound
over Court in the sum of $400. .Ho
failed to give tho bond and was com
mitted to jail.
Residents in tho lower part of tho
city wore startled Sunday morning
about 11 o'clock by a terrific explosion,
whlohrrajttled the windows for soveral
squares. The noise came from LeJ
decker's Works, where an experiment
was being made with a patent torpedo
to burn out oil wells.
The Ben Hur will go on the dock
at Parkersbuag for a thorough over
hauling and repairing.
A. McKlnley Club wjth f4P0 mem
bers has been organized in McConnels
yillo and old. Morgan will bo the scene
of one of tbo ''hottest campaigns in
The eclipse of the moon Saturday
night was accompanied by a heavy
Mr. L. M. Luehs and family have
returned from an outing in Pennsyl
vania. W. E. Ronoy, of Chicago, Is visiting
friends and relatives in this city.
Misses Jennie Bosworth and Jean
nette Willlson returned Saturday to
their home in Belpre, after a pleasant
visit here with MIbs Jessie Lund.'
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Turner will
leave this morning for Zanesvillo for
a short visit Misses Dora Turner, May
McKinney and Louise Hathaway will
keep house during Mr. and Mrs. Turn
Married, Wednesday, August 10th,
at the residence of the bride's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffman, near
Tunnel by the Rev. Mr. Teeters, Mr.
Richard J. Hart and Miss Ida B. Coif-
man. None but the near relatives of
the contracting parties were present
The bride and groom were neatly and
tastefully attired. The presents were
many, useful and good. Altogether
the affair was a quiet home wedding.
Tho Paris-Mariotta gamo at tho
ball park Saturday was loosely played
on the part of the Kentucky champions,
which together with tho good batting
of Marietta, accounts for tho score of
10 to 0 in favor of the local nine. Pur
cell pitched a fine gamo for Marietta,
only fiyo hits being made off of his de
livery. Best started tho game for tho
visitors, but was relieved by Glenn in
the the fifth inning. It was hoped that
the third game would bo played today,
but the rains of Sunday spoiled the
The Cambridge - Marietta series
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday will
draw good crowds. Thus far Cam
bridge is the only team that has bested
tho local nine and Marietta must win
three straight to put the balance on
the right side. The home team has
won tho last 13 games played and has
not suffered a defeat since they were
John H. Snodgrass was down from
Columbus Sunday, the guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Snodgrass'.
Fort Wayne defeated Cambridge in
a ten inning game Saturday by a score
of 1 to 0, and Washington, Pa., won
from Parkcrsburg in a fourteen inning
game by a score of 7 to 15. Paris de
feated Parkorsburg Sunday 9 to 2.
Gastright pitched and the Kanawha-
yille boys were unable to touch him.
Mr. Charles Slack returned home
Sunday from Europe, where he spent
Several members of the Lobdell
Cycling Club enjoyed a run to Parkers
burg on their wheels Sunday.
Mrs. H. P. Cone and daughter, of
Athens, are visiting friends in thecity.
A meeting of the Protected Homo
Circle will be held at the G. A. R. Hall
Mr. Fred Finch arrived home from
Atlantic City Sunday with his hand
some features beautifully browned by
his two weeks outing.
The B. & O. S. W. Ry. has been
handling an unusually heavy freight
business the past few days. Sunday
over SO loads were brought up from
Belpre In two extra runs. Eighteen of
the cars were loaded with now cross
ties for the O. & M.
The Paris, Ky., team loft for home
at 11:25 last night.
Bids for the construction of several
miles of new sewers will bo opened to
day at tho office of City Clerk Becker.
Saturday, while J, H. Dye was con
ducting' an auction sale near the C. &M.
Depot, his horse began kicking and ran
for the UnlonDepot passing through the
train shed and brought up In -the jail
vard. with tho buggy almost demol
ished. Howard, the 12-year old son of
M.r. Dye, was'in. tho buggy at.the time
and clung to the lines until tho. horse
Miss Maggie Mooney, of Sclo, Is
visiting Mr. and Mra M. L. Moore,
A Valuable Prescription.
Editor Morrison, of Worthlngton,
Ind., "Sun," writes: "You havo a valu
able nrcscrlntion in Electric Bitters,
and I can cheerfully recommend It for
Constipation and Sick Headache, and
as a general system tonic It has no
equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 Cot
tage Grove Ave., Chicago, was all run
down, could not eat nor digest food,
had a backache which never left her
and felt tired and weary, but Six bot
tles of Electrlo Bitters restored her
health and renewed her strength
Price SO cents and 11.00. Get a Bottle
at W, H,' Btyers Drug Store.
Grand Rapids Endorsement of
the Little Conqueror.
From the Urand Rapids Press.
Mr. J. H. White, of No. 25 Halfiey
Place, Grand Rapids, haB been an in
structor in penmanship in different bus
iness colleges ior the past 14 years.
For a long time he was on tho staff of
the Ionia Business College, but left
there to take an interest iu tho Colum
bia Business College of this city. A se
vere illness coining on compelled him
to dlsnoso of his interest in that insti
tution, and at present he is connected
with the Michigan Mutual Insurance
Company. "lis hurd to describe what
Mr. Whlto has gone through, but he
attempted to do so to our representa
tive. .This is what ho said: "Ono tho
second day of October I was suddenly
taken ill with severe pains right under
the short ribs. 1 consulted a physician
and the, medicine he gave me relieved
the pain. I had to go to Ionia on busi
ness and the jolting around in the
street car must have been the cause of
tho return, of tho trouble. However,
when I got there I had to go to a doc
tor, but ho was unable to help me very
much. On returning home I gradually
grow worse. The pain was in my back
and side. My back swelled up in a
gloat ridge, and 1 finnlly grew so bad
that I was taken to bed as helpless as
a child, where I remained for two
weeks. My doctor said the pain was
EVERYBODY shuutd visit our Store now, and
see the new DRESS GOODS. We surpass our
selves and that means that we are far ahead of
any cornpetition. We illustrate two of the lat
est Butterick Patterns. Come and see them all .
from 'gravel' stones. I frequently
passed dioou, ana wnen mo pain was at
its worst I was like one crazy. I could
not stay In any one po Ition. It was
simply awful. The doctor injected
morphine to give me relief, but further
than that he said ho was powerless to
do anything and nothing would do me
any good but a surgical operation. I
believe my flesh was literally cooked in
the attempt to relieve my agony. Ev
erything was used mustard plasters,
turpentine, hot cloths and such things.
I was In this condition given up by the
doctor and almost out of ray mind with
suffering, when my wife happened to
read of Doan's Kidney Pills, and we
decided to try them. I commenced at
once, taking three at a dose, and really
I felt easier in twenty minutes. After
about two hours I had a passage, of
urine and passed blood and some 'gra
vel' stones, which greatly relieved me
and enabled me to rest quietly. I con
tinued using the pills and rapidly im
proved, so that I was soon able to get
up and around again. I took in all six
boxes nnd I feel to-day entirely well.
Mine has been a wonderful case; my
condition was almost indescribable. I
feel that I cannot sav anything strong
enough for Doan's Kidney Pills. My
great wish is that they may become
well known, as I know thoy will prove
a boon to manklnk." .
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
nil dealers. Price GO cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for tho United States. Re?
member tho name Doan's and take
S. R. TURNER & CO.
SWANTED. Furnished room by two
young men one with bath preferred.
H. Z. Parker, City.
JtyFutni8hed Rooms for Rent. Inquire at
118 Oilman Street.
3TB. F. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon.
Oftlco and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. CD. tl Janl.'03.
SFOR SALE. House and Lot. 05x113
feet. Five room House. Will sell the same
cheap. Inquire Ed. Smith,
507 Smith Street.
The Standard Fashion Patterns
For September have just arrived. They are without doubt the most
popular in the market, as is clearly demonstrated by the present and
rapidly growing demand for them in all sections of the country.
The immense production of this Company enables 'them to reduce
the price of patterns below all competitors, which thoy are doing, as
you will see by comparing tho following prices of Standard patterns
Ladios' Costumes, Tea Gowns, etc.,
Ladies' Skirts, Basques, Jackets, etc ,
Misses' and Girls' Costumes,
Misses' Jackets, Basques and Skirts,
Children's Jackets, etc.
HAVE YOU SEEN
The Standard Designer ?
The most beautiful Fashion Magazine published ; containing Four
handsome Colored Plates each month.
Price 1 0 Ctc. a Month.
Price List of Price List of
Standard Patterns "other" Patterns
25 cents 40 to 50 cents
20 " - 25 to 35 "
20 " 25 to 30 "
15 " 20 to 25 '
15 " 20 to 25 "
10 " 15 to 20 "
5 " 10 to 15 "
ESyFor sale or rent Pleasant Hill farm,
four miles northeast of Marietta. Address
Henry Leonard, Marietta, O.
FOR SALE. A good Draft and Carriage
Horse, 5 years old, gentle, and well broKe, Al
so a fine two year colt. J. W. DYAlt,
Rainbow, or at Willow Farm.
2ts a wk, 2wks.
JSgfTwo furnished rooms for rent,
at 425 Second street.
jSTMoney to Loan. Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
SOTCHAS. S. HART, at. D., office and resi
dence No. SOU Putnam street. Telephone 209.
DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
tSTDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Weis' Grocery.
Only $ 1 a Year.
That's whv millions of them are sold.
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
S3P"DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office U
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
gSTDR. E. P. EoDy, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
8"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and nttlng of glasses. Law Building Putnam
"STS, M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. in. to Sp. m.
JKSyFOR RENT. Six new rooms on Sev
enth street, between Dutler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J. Gedel
or at the residence,
2TOR SALE. College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In "Emerson Heights" Sub-dlvl.
slon and six acres adjoining corp, line at low
prices. Several residence properties in the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp.,for sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, 4 and 0 rooms.
Call and eee us when looking for property.
WARD & STONE,
2tS Second atreet.
ffiPFOR 8ALE. A good 9 room house with
full city lot near Boiler Works, J2.00O. A 6
room bouse on West Side, $050. Four lots on
West Bide at 3M each. A 5 room bouse on
Third street, (1,400. A Sfetory business block
on Frontstreet, near Butler. 15,000. Several
lots from'JloO to $800 on monthly payments.
SFOR SALE A nsw 5 room house In east
end I UOt). A 5 room house on Greene street
$750, tetms easy, A o room house on Third
street, near Warren, ?18.'0. A line building lot,
45x180 on Second street near Scammel. A
news room house with water and iras. 1700.
l'ersons having vroporty to sell from liOO to
tiMiu iu uu wen to leave same wiiu us,
J, A. PLCMEIl A SON,
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.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next'door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, p.
Personal attention given io com
pounding of Proscriptions.
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
faction Guaranteed. '
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO. B, BUNDEItLAND, 231 SECOND STREET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street 81.700, 1,800, 2,000,
Second street 11,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street I3.G0O.
Third street, 0 Houses, J 1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2.0CO, 8,000. ,
Fourth street 11,000,-1,800, 2,800, 5,000.
Fifth street 1300. 2,000, 8,000.
Sixth street tl.fico, 2.000, 2,500.
Warren street 1700, 800, ooo, 3,100.
I Fine Brick House, l,aoo, lot 180 by ISO.
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold 1
That is a good sentiment, and is it not good business to
attend to your needs in the Mantel and Grato Line at
this tirao ?
It is our pleasure to announce that right noio we are equipped with
the biggest and best selected stock of Tiles and Mantels over brought
to Marietta. Every word of this is true and you can verify it by
calling on us at 404 Third Street.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.