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ELLEN BEACH YAW, AUDITORIUM, TUESDAY, MAY 12TH.
Just received. A largo invoice of
frames and plcturo mouldings of Uio
latest patterns and most beautiful de
signs. Odd sizes made to order.
The Marietta Picture.Man.
Very Best Makes,
In largo variety, at
diaries - Blume,
FALL IN" '
Join the throng 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
Bemember the place, at
J. W. Dysle&Co.,
128 Front Street.
Will buy more good looks in
clothes from us than any
HIGHER or LOWER if you like
Tailor-Made. If they don't
fit don't take 'em.
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street,
Next to Candy Store over arch.
We have several great bargains in
second hand wheels. '03, '04 and '05
-wheels at from (30 to $75. If yqiKwant
an old wheel or a now one lot, us talk
with you. Wo handle
Sterling and Temple ltyea. Best on the;
At Rodick Hardware Co,
Koerner & Richardson
MASON & MILLS,
Second St opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
' faction Guaranteed.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY, MAYO, I860
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
'Squlro Rathbone, of Belpro, was in
the city last evening.
.Twenty now members were inl
atcd last night into the local order of
tho Projected Homo Circle.
Second millinery opening Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday at Bco nivo
A party of well known gentlemen,
headed by a First ward councilman
who is now on tho second year of his
term, went up to the head of tho island
Thursday on a fishing trip. A man
was omployod to catch bait while tho
experienced nimrods coaxed, o'n tho
finnjr victims?). 'The fact that dur
ing tho entire day no member pf tho
party was thrilled by the excitoment
of a "bito " in no wise interfered with
the enjoyment of the occasion, and
they chartered the steamer Vonus to
bring them home, arriving in a mood
as heroic as though they had each
hooked a whale.
The Aeolian Club concert given
Friday evening at tho Oilman Avenue
M. E. church was well attended and
proved to bo a delightful entertain
ment. The concert was given under
the leadership of H. L. Theis. All the
numbers on the welrtalanced program
were creditably rendered, many of
them deserving special mention. The
descriptive vocal solo, ''Broken
Ilearts," by Miss Winifred Zearlng, and
the recitation, "Kentucky Belle," by
Miss Gertrude Strahl, were received
with especially high appreciation.
Prof. M. L. Moore was In Macks-
burg and Dexter City Friday on busi
ness. Miss Ruth Robinson, of New York,
Is the guest of Miss Hobby, Second
- Miss Georgiella Lay, the great
Pianist, Auditorium, May 12th.
Mrs. Hannah L. Browning, of Mt
Vernon, is the guest of the family of
Dr. Cotton and will remain dnring tho
meeting of the State Association of
Miss Mary Hancock entertained a
number of her friends last evening
with a pleasant social dance at the
Mrs. Lund, of Macksburg, mother
of Treasurer Lund, this city, is yery
ill. Her sons, I. N. and Charles, of
Red Hill, Indian Territory, are at
Mr. J. E. "VanDervoort is at present
putting in odd hours trying to master
the mysteries of a very bucky bicycle.
The learner is making iun for a goodly
portion of Second street
'Will R. Brenan, son of F. R. Bren-
an, this city, left Friday morning on
his bicycle bound for Zanesville and
Dresden, at which latter place he will
visifrf or a few days with his brother,
Frank, who is in charge of the job
room of the Dresden Transcript. Will
may continue his trip to Clevoland if
his pocketbook and legs hold out. Mr.
Brenan gave us this item, and says for
those who doubt it to "try his 00-cent
Read Jones' Special Bargain Ad.
Miss Lydia Moore's kindergarten,
West Side" took lunch Friday with Miss
Emma Mueller's kindergarten, Third
street A pleasant time was enjoyed
by the little ones.
Ed. Palmer, the oil driller, who on
Thursday asked the police to lock him
up until lie got sober, attained that
desirable condition Friday, and after
being fined S2 and costs was dis
charged. Daniel Zimmer was arrested Fri
day on complaint of Jacob Young for
tresspass. Tho arrest grows out of a
line fence dispute which will be settled
in 'Squire Palmer's,court.
Dudley Pixley has resigned his po
sition in Baum's barber shop, Second
street, and is now looking for a loca
tion. Mr. Pixley is a yery good work
man and should not be long in finding
Grand millinery opening Thursday,
Friday and Saturday of this week at
In Mayor's court Friday a trio of
young men named George Clark, Clar
ence Wcndolken and Charles Heldrick
were arraigned,'on the charge of drunk
enness and disorderly conduct They
were fined $3 and costs each.
Tickets for the T. & O. C. Ex. Co
lumbua excursion Sunday will be on
sale this afternoon.
T! 4- T TIT T,-! II -M (1.1J 111
hal como into rjossesslonoTa fafiri'ncar
Auguitfi' Ga.and?wil remove south
W""'' i'f' v;ieuUof Athens, are-iirthe city;
tho iFowJexvUest mQjHh.rhe"firnis presenlla
him and it is understood that the ben
efacatlon has beon made by old Con
federates, who haye not forgotten the
historic fact that "Private" Dalzell was
one of the first of the Union soldiers to
give interment to the ensanguined gar
ment by unfurling the white flag of
peace and good will at tho great re
union of the Blue, and Gray, called by
him in Caldwelljn 1871 six years after
the war, and which has since been con
tinued as a yearly institution.
D Musical critics of modern times
are amazed at the phenominal rango
of Miss Yaw's voice, Auditorium, May
Special millinery opening Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday of this week
ai'Bee Hire. , l
Rov. Gi H. Jones will speak to tho
Sunday School and congregation at
tho German M. E. Church Sunday
morning. All are invited.
One hundred pairs lace curtains at
reduced prices at Beo Hive.
A Kelsonvlllo dispatch of May 7th
says: Tho liquor raon of this city hayo
practically decided to close all the
saloons of the town, with tho exception
of four. A joint stock company will
bo formed and each saloonkeeper will
receive his share of the profits. There
are 17 saloons in wn. This will bo a
loss of 2231.25 to the school and police
funds each, if computed on tho $350 tax
basis Should the plan bo carried out
it would close tho schodls. Tho con
dition of altali's is serious and the re
sut is anxiously awaited.
-4-C. H. Yount and Miss Luey John
son two young people, of Equity came
up on the Z. & O. It. $rain Thursday
morning and repaired to the M. E.
parsonago where they were joined in
wedlock by Rev. N. E. Hulbort. Tho
gentlemen is white while the young
lady whom he married is colored.
They returned to Equity on the 0:43
train Wednesday morning to enjoy the
blessing of married life. Beverly Dis
patch. Mr. L C. Shaw, of this city, and
W. L. Williamson, of Sistersvllle, havo
opened an office in Beverly for the
practice of dentistry.
The "Only Yaw." Auditorium, May
The U. P. social of Barlow will
meet with Mr. and Mrs. A. McFarland,
Friday afternoon and evening, May
15th. All are cordially invited.
Mr. D. B. Torpy left Friday for
Pittsburg on a business trip.
A. B. White, of Parkersburg, was
in the city Friday.
Mr. I. L. Devol, of Beverly, passed
through the city Friday on his way to
See Jones' for Summer Dress Goods.
It will pay you.
Mrs. Martin Wendelken, Sr., died at
0:45 a. m. Friday, at her homo on the
corner of Fourth and Washington
streets. She was attacked with a se
vere spell of illness last November,
since which time she had been gradu
ally growing weaker. Her death was
peaceful and she passed away sur
rounded by her family. Her demise
was duo to old age, and the diseases!
incident thereto. Mrs. Wendelken
was born at Huttendorf, Germany,
July 0th, 1825, and was married April
18th, 1840. She came to America and
direct to Marietta in Fobruary, 1851,
and had resided here'eontinuously un
til her death. On April 18th, 1S00, Mr.
and Mrs. Wendelkon celebrated the
50th anniversary of their marriage.
Eleven children were born of the union,
of which four have preceded tho moth
er to the great beyond. The deceased
leaves a husband and seven children,
as follows: Mrs. P. C. Fischer, Mrs. C.
F. Strecker, Mrs. B. F. Strecker, and
Mrs. C. H. Wells, of Marietta; John W.
and Henry J. Wendelken, of Ports
mouth, Ohio, and M. F. Wendelken, of
Colorado Springs, Colo. The funeral
will be held on Sunday afternoon at
3 o'clock, standard time, from the'Ger
man M. E. Church. Mrs. Wendelken
was widely known during her almost
half century residence In Marietta and
bore the highest resp'ect and esteem of
all her acquaintances and friends.
Mr. E. A. Weart, General Manager
of the Jareckl Mfg. Co., Pittsburg, and
H. A. Wright, local manager of tho
same company at Sistersvllle, were in
the city Friday on a business trip.
The very latest styles in wash
goods at Chas. Jones', 173 Front St
In Common Pleas Court Friday
Judge Sibley granted three divorces
upon payment of costs. Alcinda Fur
geson was given a decree of separation
from Wm. H. Furgeson, on the grounds
of drunkenness; Llllie F. Wigton from
Charles E. Wigton, on the grounds of
gross neglect of duty and failure to
provide, and Minnie Smith' from Simp
son Smith, on the grounds of drunken
ness and cruel treatment
You should see those beautiful
Dress Goods at Jones'.
A couple of young Parkcrsburgers,
accompanied by the girl's father, came
to Marietta Friday and endeavored to
secure a marriage license. The would
be groom stated ttiat he was 31 years
of age, but failed to come to tho
scratch when asked to make oath to it
The license was refused.
Attorney Aug. M. Cam pell and
wife, of Sistersvllle, are registered at
the St Cloud.
HortrrrA Tl. .Tiinnrl nnrl (1 V. TTnrrlq
-w-.- -. ,
linens, uro ju vuo tuty.
Prent rancre exceeds the comnass o
the great rajige
that of an;
lord has been preserved.
Special salo of lace curtains at Bee
Miss Myra Sloan and brother Her
bert are expected home from Cincin
nati on th'e Keystone Stato today.
-'-Geqrgo S. Hammet, of Schultz, W.
Yo., and 8. C. Hammott, of Salama,
are in the city on business.
Mrs. J.'n. Riley left Friday on an
extendod yisit in theWest
Mrs. Bird Hamilton, of St. Marys,
was in the city Friday.
For lace curtains, shirt watstsf
handkerchiefs, hosiery, silk mits, tow
els, toweling, table cloth goods and
napkins go to tho Bee Hive.
The Indian medi
cine, man aurcs by
charms and incan
tations. He fright
ens away the "evil
spirit" who causes
the sickness. He
docs all . sorts of
things that civilized
people would call
idiotic and barbaric,
but the civilized
folks arc not so very
much ahead after
all. They do just
as foolish things as
does the medicine
man. They go along
carelessly, and al
low the little sickness to grow into the
big sickness. They allow constipation to
grow into Indigestion, heartburn, dizzi
ness, headache, insolniiia. and o Hundred
otHer distressing conditions. They do
this frequently because they do not know
the cause of their trouble. (It is a pretty
saferute to look for the source of 9-ioths
of human sickness in this one simple and
appallingly prevalent trouble. "Another
foolish thing that smart people do is to
take some alleged remedy for constipa
tion and keep on taking it, day after day,
month after month and year after year.
Perhaps it is better to take the medicine
than not to take it at all, but of course if
they stop taking it, their trouble will
come back. This last statement is true
of every other medicine prepared 'for this
purpose except Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
lets. One " Pellet" is a gentle laxative,
and two a mild catharic. They are" gentle
and efficient in their action, permanent
in their results. You don't become a
slave to their use, as With other pills.
The People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, In plain Bn-
;nsn, or Aieaicine simpiuiea dv
Pierce, M. D , Chief Consuli
lag Physician to the Invalids' Ho
tel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. Y., 100S pares, Illustrated.
680 000 copies sold at $t so. Now
sent, paper-bound, absolutely
ree on receipt of 31 one-cent
stamps to pay for mailing only.
Address the Author, as above.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Geo. B. Sunderland, 233 Second Street,
Opposite Union Depot
7 Houses on Front street 81,250, 1,700,
1,800, 2,000, 2,500, 3.000.
Second street 51,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street
Third street, 6 Houses, 51,000, 1,200,
1,500, 1,600, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street $1,000, 1,800,2,300, 5,000.
Fifth street SS00, 2,000, 3,000.
Sixth street S1.800, 2,000, 2,500.
Warren street 8700, 800, 000, 1,100, 2,000
I Fine Brick House, 84,200, lot 180 by
II Good Houses on West Side, from
8700 to 3,000.
5 Vacant lots on Front street, $450 to
5 Lots on Eighth and Washington,
8300 to 400,
2 Lots on Warren and Eighth, 8300 to
50 Lots for sale on Weekly or Month
50 Lots for sale in tho Ohio Valley
'11 Houses near Boiler Works at a
3 Three-story business houses on
Front street at bargains.
1 Fine Lot on Front street below
1 Fine Lot on Scammcl street above
Geo. B. , Sunderland, Marietta, O.
I37"DR. w. M. DART, Dentist, Office 13
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
t3T"Dn. e. F. Eddj", Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument
(37-Dn. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting ot glasses. Law Building Putnam
BtB-rOR RENT A good house In Glendale,
with good place for garden. Will be for rent
June 1st. Apply to Jacob Gedel, Marietta.
May 0 Iw.
j-An industrious middle aged woman can
obtain and hare a good home by addressing
010 Third street, Marietta.
ttjy WANTED A good girl at the Bruns
wick restaurant, J. 13. Haiqht.
(3TT0R SALE. Entire east half of Block
13, West Side Marietta, 100 feet on Knox St.,
120 on Franklin, and 120 on Pearl St. Will sell
asai bole or in lots to suit. Inquire ot Dr. S.
M. nart, Wittllg building, Front street.
"WANTED. A flrst-clasa piano case
maker, also a first-class finisher. Address
J. T. Brown,
The Golden Rod Fiano Co ,
"" Portsmouth, O.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FRUITS.
We will from now on handle one car-load of
Bananas each week. Port Limon Bananan,
the flncst and best flavored Bananas In the
market. Special prices by the bunch. Call at
Peter Mack's Fruit store., Putnam street,
Marietta, Oblo. Telephone 170.
fjy-FOR SALE. Boarding bouse, 13 Rooms,
corner of Third and Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
College property on Fifth St, opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 280 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations In the city.
Almost any kind of property for sale, in the
city or country. Wabd & Stone,
2,' 5 Second Street.
TOR SALE House and lot on Front
St. below Sacra Via, I1S0O. Fine building lot
on Scammel near Fifth, 1000. A ee en-room
house on Front St. near Wooster, H800.T, De
ImM. Int'm, ltr..l DM. tOAft Lnna Ml,.,.. W.
o.iuv,u tvv.vu iTca.uiueiivw, wuu iiu... vu. . in
terest in ainonsimlll. navlne stood' dividends.
A brick hpuse and store for rent, , .Several fine
mjsiaences at now, ihhiu, ouuj ana t wuj. a hlv
room house 'rentinpr for-15pr montbt 71200.
Anewelnht room housoion Third Bt..r 12000.
Good bvUdlng lota from f250 1& SipO. A 40 acre
,Wo 'miles up the Muskingum.
J . A i'LUMKK S. BON,
Corner Putnam andecond.
'A Rare Opportunity.
The college residence pro;
Dirooslte Mound Cenieti
Mound Cemetery, is offered for
Stona na acents. for a short
sale by Ward & stone as agents.
time only. The location Is one of choicest in
the city, Bize of lot 120x120 feet. Terms made
ay 2 tf .
Stehle's Addition; IS acres platted Easy of
access by Trolley or otherwise. Lots CO by 1(0
feet; Streets SO feet wldo. Cull at room I, Law
Building; see plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal in Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 minutes
walk from the business part of the City. Also
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Room 5, Law EnlldlDK.
J. D. PATira, Special Agent,
R. Stkru, Marietta, O.
The fact that you have seen our Shirt Waists
once does not count. This store is a great dis
tributing center. There is a constant gather-
w .1 -c ljiis?via LvJM'IsrV".
or higher, you may feel sure that every cent
of the value is there.
Percales and all other stuffs for shirt waists,
in much larger variety than you will find them
If you propose to make your shirt waists and
wish to be sure of correct style and fit, use the
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Wo wish to call your attention particularly to our leautiful line
of new Svrinrt and Summer Dress
much later than is our custom we are able to give you the very
latest styles, in fact the very newest patterns that are made.
From among the many we have chosen the following
These are goods that are known
to bo one of tho best wash material
that is made.
Imported India dimities we haye
five styles, those that will suit the
most fastidious and prices that will
suit tho pocket book. 25c per yard,
formerly sold for 35c.
Domestic printed warp dimities
20idifferent styles to select from at
only 10c per yard.
Fancy Kibbons We have a large stock and a profusion of styles
to select from styles to match the above described goods.
Parasols The very latest, those that you can take from the
handle and wash with perfect safety.
Call and inspect these Special Bargains, we think it will pay, it
costs you nothing to see them.
172 FKONT STREET.
No. 2. COUPON No. 2.
Upon tho purchase of goods to the amount of one
dollar or more and the presentation of this coupon
you will be entitled to your choice of any of the
Standard Skirt Pattern.
CHAS. JONES, 172 Front St.
You will have no flies if you buy the Flyer Screen
Window. Fits any window, can be taken out and
put in in one minute. We have also a large lot of
screen doors, wire cloth, hinges, and in fact every-
thing to make you comfortable in fly time.
We take your order, get the measure and put in
the work; you do the rest.
IE3:.A.GhA.:tSr & SCT3IA.ID,
229 Second Street.
Telephone 118. Opp. Union Depot.
lt.Mi.Ml, MiM.t,MsM,M,bMr.MAMbM,feM, Melf. MJ, Mf, Ml. Mt. Mt. Mt.MJkSt'
Silks! Silks! Silks!
' Special Sale Commencing Monday
On this day we place on Sale aline of Silkg
at special prices, including Black Gros Grain,
Satin Deuchess, Peau de Soie, Figured Taffeta,
Plain and Printed China, Swivel Silk, Crepe
Silk, Kai Kai Silks, etc. We call special atten
tion to the following:
27 inch Swivel Silk a 25c; former price 50c.
27 inch Orepo Silk at' 25c; former price 50c
27 inch Jap Silk at 50c; former price 75c.
Printed China Silk at 17, 25 and 35c; former price 25, 35 and 60c.
Plain and Fancy White Silk for Graduating Dresses at special prices.
Call and look through our stock before purchasing your Silks,
Wholesale. 119 and 121
ering in, and flowing
out. If the one you
wanted was lacking
last week, you are
likely to find it this
week. Frequent addi
tions keep the Stock
fresh and attractive.
We believe we have
the best 50 cent Shirt
Waists in ' the ''city.
Whatever the price
may be, 75 cents, $ 1 ,
Goods. Havinc tmrchased them
A splendid wash fabric with a
printed warp effect broken with a
wide stripe. 30 in. wide and 15 cts
Another new and desirable fabric,
having the appearance of those real
persian silks. They are'SO in. wide
and only 12Kc per yard: