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"The Quad." ,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY. JUNE 13, f890
PERSONAL AVD LOCAL
re Largest Picture anu tne nraauest
Camera Combined for SS.OO.
For Sale by
the jKwaKit i
I) Putnam street, Marietta, umo.
iFine White and Fancy Ducking
trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
Kentucky Tow Linens.
fr suits; from $-1.50 to $8.00 per
Fine Black and Blue
Serges, Drapss and Alpacas
jr UUUIS UUU V caw lium yA.vv tu
0.00. The only garments ior
nifort during this hot summer
ather. Gall and see them-at
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch.
liVe have several great bargains in
J'ond hand wheels. '93, '04 and '95
heels at from 530 to S75. If you want
old wheel or a new one let us talk
th you. Wo handle the Fowler,
brling and Temple lines. Best on tho
I irket At Rodick Hardware Co.
foerner & Richardson
The Weather Man Says:
Ha mav bo correct in his prediction
nr hn mav not. but If it IS hot Or even
I moderately warm don't forgot there, is
coolness at our
Delicious, cool drinks, and tho finest
fruit flavors that our money can buy.
One glass or several oi our boua water,
served with pure fruit juices, will help
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
124 Putnam St., - Marietta, Ohio
GEO. STBECKER. HjtMV STRKCEKn
GEO. STREGKER &. GO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Ttibe Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
"one but the best mechanics In this 1 ne.
Give us a trial we know we can please yon.
Office and works on West Side.
Ed. Waguor returned Friday oven
ing from Columbus, where he wont to
roturn Gloeckner to tho Penitentiary.
Mfss May Tlce, of Toronto, O., is
Iho guest of Miss Nettle Dearth, south
Fifth street "
Groat bargains in millinery goods
nt Beo Hive. -
Harry Taylor wns arrestbd, Friday
afternoon at Bolprobv Constable Dye
on a warrant issuod by 'Squire Guy ton,
charging him with grand larceny in
sfcallng-a string of oil well tools from
Glutei; iSj McGec. Ho will have a hear
ing June 22d. '" ""
A .warrant was issued by 'Squire
Guy ton Friday charging Fred Lohsseo
with non-support of minor children.
The hearing will take place Monday.
Four civil suits aggregating over
S500 were filed in 'Squire Guyton's
Tho Baccalaureate Sermon will bo
delivered in the Auditorium Sabbath
morning, Juno 14th at 10:45 A. M.
President Simpson will deliver tho
sermon. His subject will be "Tho
Mission of the Scholar-'
Special sale of millinery goods at
Dr. G. Deutsch, of Cincinnati,
friend of Rev. Mr. Coil, this city, and
who yisited that gentleman here a few
days ago, will sail next week for
Europe, tobo gone till fall.
Mr. H. E. Smiley has resigned his
position with T. C. Foivler, tho broker
age man, and has returned td his home
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Newton left
Thursday for Hartford City, W. Va.,
having come to Marietta to attend the
It would seem that in many places
throughout the state tho crop of
peaches Is too large the limbs being
so burdened with fruit, oven at early
season, that it is necessary to pick
quite a great deal of it oil to keep the
trees from breaking down. John
Shaw, of Frazeysburg, who owns
about 10,000 or 12,000 peach trees has
found it necessary to, do so, and a force
of men and boys are now at work
lightening the trees of their superflu
ous fruit Zanosville Signal.
Special sale on ladies' shirtwaists
today at Bee Hive.
We notice among the arrivals at
Washington on the 11th Instant the
names of Mrs. Douglas P. Pattin, Mari
etta, and Mra Royal Hart, Cincinnati.
Lillie M. Johnson was granted a
divorce from Joseph Johnson Thurs
day, upon payment of the costs. Tho
grounds of the petition were cruelty
In Probate Court Thursday a mar
riage license was issued to William
Kesselring and Carrie Brown, both of
Last week Mr. Kile Gooden, living
about one mile back of Biverly, met
with an accident, which when every
thing Is considered, is most remarka
ble that ho did not sustain fatal in
juries.. Ho was picking cherries in a
a tree a short distance from tho house,
and stepped on a limb which seemed
perfectly safe, but whieh broke, pre
cipitating him headlong to the ground
about 20 feet below, lighting with
much force on his head. Mr. Gooden
laid there quite a while insensible. At
Jast regaining consciousness, he man
aged to get to the house. A doctor
was summoned who gave him medical
attention and 6tated that it was a most
miraculous escape, for, had his head
struck in any other position than It
did his neck would have been broken.
Don't miss the special sale today
at Bee Hive.
The thief who stole the bicycle bo
longing to Charlie Holtz several days
ago, from Hasty's yard, was caught
yestorday and the bicycle has been re
covered. The young fellow who took
tho wheel is Evert Barker, a brother
of tho Barker boy who stole Fred
Mueller's wheel. He took the bike
Friday night of last week, aud has
been using It since at night only. lie
confessed to the offense at opce, and
said that tho theft had weighed so
heavily on his conscience that ho was
going to roturn it on the day of his ar
rest and make a clean breast of the
affair, but he was! too late in moving,
and it would probably have availed
him nothing if ho had glyen himself
up. Tho wheel was found in some
bushes on the bank of the Muskingum,
below Unlonvllle, and aside from be-
incr a llttlo rusty, was in fair orders
Tho boy talkpd f reoly. about Jtho- theft,
aijd seemed to bo impressed wilh tho
factthatrho would be in for it pretty,
seriously. He claims that ho know
nolhing of the theft tho previous night
committed by his younger brother,
and says ho did not know his brother
was In town; but his brother says they
carao up from Belpro tho day on which
the theft of tho first wheel occurred.
It Is moro than likely that tho phvn to
steal a whool apiece was concocted by
tho boys, and though effectually car
ried out, ended most disastrously.
Tho experience will doubtless prove a
great lesson to tho culprits.
Special sale today at Bee Hive.
Ladies', childrens' and misses' vests for
Scents and a few 85 cent goods left
which go at 21 cents.
At tho GalllpoUs-,Parkorsburggnme
Thursday in tho latter city tho Galll-
polls boys wero assaulted boforo they
loft tho grounds; according to tho
Sentinel, "by a gang of young rrffilans
who attacked the players with stones,
sticks nnd othor missies and seriously
injured several of tho nine." Gallipo
lis has tho sympathy of Marietta,
whose people have had a taste 'of tho
same medicine in times past
Now is the time to buy shirtwaists
and the Beo Hivo Store is tho place.
The benefit performance of Pina
fore, which has been projected for. this
evening, will surely como off at
o'clock. Everything is in readiness,
and rehearsals have been held during
the week, so that tho performance will
be better than cvsr. Major Hancock
Will play the Dick Deadeye part and
Mr, Jennings, of tho college, will do
the Boatswain, Mr. Ellis having gone to
Cincinnati. This change of characters
was necessary. The orchestra will
piny un overture, and intermezzo
Tho prices are: General admission 25cts,
and 35cts for reserved seat Seats on
sale at Marietta Book Store.
The following is tho programme for
Class Day exercises of Marietta '90:
College Campus Tuesday morning 10
o'clock; Song, Gleo Club; Class History,
U. M. McKinney; Class Prophecy, C. II.
Lund, Song, Glee Club: Class Poem,
B. E. Hughson; Class Oration, subject
a "Liberal Education," Harry Hoyt.
Mrs. F. J. Cutter and son left Fri
day to visit relatives at St. Louis.
Born, Friday, June 12th, to Mr. and
Mrs. D- L. Bell, Sixth street, a daugh
ter. George Young, who lives on Fourth
street, was kicked on the knee by a
horse at the Marietta Planing Mill Co's
mill on Friday, and was seriously in
jured. Ho is confined to his home.
" Special sale of ladies' shirtwaists
All SI. 00 goods at 75 cents' and75 cent
ones at 50 cents for today only at Bee
Eugene Coste is homo from a trip
down the river in time for the per
formance of Pinafore tonight. Mr.
Costo's baritone is one of the fine feat
ures of tho opera.
Evert Barker, tho young man who
stole Charles Holtz's bicycle, pleaded
guilty before Mayor Meisonholder Fri
day afternoon and was bound over to
court in the sum of S400.
Mrs. David Ross, who has been
spending the winter with her daughter,
Mrs. !'. C. Jordan, left last evening for
her homo at Bremen, Ohio.
A large number of stone and brick
contractors are in tho city, awaiting
tho opening of tho street paving bids
The T. & O. C. will likely have a
largo crowd to Lakeside Sunday. Fare
for tho round trip, 51.25.
If you want laces, embroideries,
lace curtains, handkeiceiefs, hosiery,
silk mitts or underwear it will pay you
to visit tho Beo Hive.
New Wash Stuffs!
Doctors are often handicapped by the
mere fact that when treating the diseases of
women, they suggest and insist on "exam
inations" and "local treatment." A great
many of them do not know that this is abso
lutely unnecessary. Manv t woman Jjar
been thrown into a dangerous state of ner
vous excitement by the mere suggestion of
such treatment. Many women lie to the
doctor. That sounds hard, but it is un
doubtedly true. They know that if they
admit certain symptoms that the doctor
will inevitably insist on an "examination."
They do not give him all the fact9 in the
case, and so he works in the dark. Quite
often the 'doctor is too busy and too hurried
to make the'necessary effort to obtain the
facts. 'He frequently treats symptoms for
what they appear to be on the surface, when
the rcafcause and the real sickness is deeper
and more dangerous. A derangement of
the distinctly feminine organs will derange
the whole body. The woman herself may
not know exactly what is the matter with
her, hut whenever she is sick, there are two
tilings sue snoum 1001; out ior nrst. une is
what is called "female weakness;" the
other is constipation, for these two things
frenuentlv tro together. Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription is designed for the cure
of diseases and disorders of women, and it
docs curs t '-- It hs es crfing its
healing mission for 30 years, and tens of
thousands of women have been made happy
by it. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are for
constipation, and contingent ills. Druggists
sell them, but sometimes in well meaning
ignorance, they will try to sell you some
thing else. There is nothing "just the
same" or "just as good." The druggist
who tells you there is, is either mistaken
If you care to know more about your own bedy,
send 2t one-cent stamps to co cr cost of mailing
only, and you will rccele absolutely ft ee a copy
of Dr. Pierce's i.ooS page book, "Common Sen(
Medical Adviser." Address, World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Buffalo, N. Y.
You will have to come often, if you see all the
pretty gxods that pass through
our hands. Some of them are
only here a few days.
Just now we are showing a
particularly attractive line of
Batistes, plain, striped and fan
cy. There are new Dimities,
new Lawns and Organdies--,
some of them in Dresden styles.
WHITE GOODS.-'-A stock
vastly superior to any other in
variety and price attractions. Elegant wide
Embroidered Flouncings at half the prices you
expectto pay for such goods.
LACES--A fresh, hew lot of the sorts that are
most desirable. No trouble now to find what
S. R. TURNER & CO.
In 1S92 it was nip nnd tuck between
the democrats and republicans in
Michigan. In 1S94 the democrats put
a distinguished and popular man up
for governor on a sti night sixteen to
one platfoim, making that the issue,
nnd the majority against them was
10G.392. In less than six months there
happened to be another state election,
and tho democrats still cltyrig to six
teen to one, aud in .1 midyear contest,
as it was, tho majority against them
amounted to 80.107. That was enough
for them. This year they tie them
selves to sound money.
Enter the Business
Monday, June 15th.
An Extremely Interesting Bit of News
For Sharp Shoppers.
Most of us know that the end of the season is four weeks away; it
means more to us than to you. We have taken a sort of prelimin
ary census of the store's stock; here and there we find a few dozen
or a few pieces of goods that are the tag ends of large lots gone before.
Maybe you trust your own judgment more than our advertisement;
then make a touii of investigation to the stoiie; we are willing that
5 Dozen Corsets, of different makes, formerally sold for $1.00, for
this sale 75 cents.
Parasols a beautiful line of color
ed and white, Ladies and Children's at
If You Wish to '
ENJOY A PLEASANT DAY
. Take In tho
Cheap Excursion to Zanesville,
Sunday, Juno 2I.S100 Round Trip.
For Tho PudIIo Good.
In anothe'r pirt or this paper appears an ad
vertisement w ovtli V tho reading, as H'b f or the
public good. It tells of a Tree distribution of
Doan'a Kidney Pills a remedy for Kidney Ills.
Read it. and call at Wm. II. htyer's. Druggist,
No. -1 1 Front ttreet, Marietta, Ohio.
It Means You.
Uverybody with a bad back, a lame, weak or
aching one, should talio advantage of the Free
distribution of Doan'h Kidney Pills Read
about it in today's issue of this paper, and call
at Wm. H. Sner's, Daugfiist, No. lilOTront
btreot, Marietta. Ohio.
. Will Tako tho Shrine Doe;roo.
A lot of dead game sports to tho
number of fourteen boarded a chart
ered sleeper last evening, 'for the pur
poso of going down to Ohio's metro
polis, and learning to ride the camel
and studying his customs and eccent
All were dressed in their sweU
clothes, and each man carried a fe:
etc., in his pistol pocket. .Wo trust
that not a man of them will have a
brick in his lez before arrival, for they
do say it is hard for a man to accom
modate his legs to tho accentuated
curves of a camel's ribs, so that he
wants to have complete control of his
When tho train pulled out of the de
pot the lads appeared to have every
symptom of a good time ahead. We'll
wager not a man of them slept a wink.
, There wero on board;
Shriner-to-be E. B. Morrison,
F. C. Audibert,
" 1 G. M. Payne,
" . A. F. C. Williams,
I. L. Ellis,
" L. K. Small,
D. S. Milne,
" F. E. Metsger,
'" Henry Strecker,
" O. J. Fuller, .
" C. R. Elston,
C. S. Colt,
" W. M. Morse,
" Henry Roeser.
The boys will all bo bumped tonight,
and we've a quiet tip that six of tho
party are going to get herry mell.
Tkero's a man in tho party who tells a
pio story v and wo want to seo him
Thp Discovery Saved His Life.
Mn Q. Cailduetto. Drugcrlst, B'eavers-
vlllo, 111., says: "To Dr. King's New
Discovorv I owo mv life. Was taken
with La Grippo and tried all the physi
cians for miles about, out or no avail
and was given up and told I could not
live. Having Dr. King's Now Discov
ery in my storo 1 sent for a bottle and
began its use and from tho first doso
began 'to got butter, and after using
three bottles was up and about again.
It is worth its weight in gold. Wo
wont keop storo 6r houso without it."
Got a free trial at W. II. Styer's Drug
One month's instruction in uenman-
ship for &S.00 at Business College, term
commences June 15th, payablg when
vou enter. Students from nino years
old and upward are successfully taught
penmanship by the famousyitom of
If you havu any trouble with your back, if it
aches. Is lame or weak, the cause nine times
out of ten Is from tho kidneys. Read about
the free distribution of Doan's Kidney Pills in
this paper, and call at Wm. II Styei's, Drug
gist, No. 210 tront Street, Marietta, Ohio.
The A BCOf It.
A kidney education starts with: Back ache
means kidney ache, lame back means lame
klddeys. weak back means weak kidneys, cure
means Doan's Kidney Pills. Read about the
free distribution in tills paper, and call at Wm.
H. Styer. Druggist, No. Jlu Front Street, Ma
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given' to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
Ladies' Undervests, both long and short sleeves, from 5c to 50c.
500 yards of India Dimities, that were 10c, for this sale 8c per yard.
1000 yards of Wash Goods, that formally sold for 10, 12, 15 and
20c, for this sale 5c per yard.
Parasols: Parasols: Just the thing for a nice graduation present;
and the Fans to keep up the breeze. A large assortment of oth, and
prices away down, which an inspection will prove.
Shirt Waists from 50c to $1.25. For style and fit they are u'n-
equaled; inspect them.
An Odd Lot Shirt Waists: Good dark patterns, just a little out of
style but must be sold, for only 25c.
Another similar lot but light colors, for this sale 10c apiece.
Buy now, before the sizes and styles are broken.
172 FRONT STREET.
Real Estate for Sale.
OSO. B. SUNDEHIUID, 231 SECOND STIIEET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT,
r Houses on Front street 81,700, 1,S00, 2.000,
&ecouu biiuci. i,uu, -f,uw.
12 Room House below Ilutler street 81,000.
Third street. 0 Houses, 1,000, 1.200, 1,500,
1.S00, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street 81,030, 1.S00, 2,300, 5,000.
Fifth street JS00, 2,00 8,0 0
Sixth street $1,800. 2 ooo, 2,500
Warren street $700, 800, 000, 1,100.
I Fino Brick House, ?1,200, lot ISO by ISO.
jgyMarletta parties are asked to make
Pleasant Hill farm a resort. Supper furnish
ed. Largo parties please notify. Mrs. Henry
Leonard , Stanleyville.
3TDR. C V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Offlco 102 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery,
h: a. w
Is our stock of Mantels and
Also Fireplace Trimmings.
We have now the most complete
line in this part of Ohio. Just call in
and see, and let us show you our
line and quote prices.
agner & Bro.s 40 Third st
Our Improvement Sale
The crowds that thronged our store during tho past week are evi
dence of the fact that the people of Marietta and vicinity
appreciate the bargains we are offering.
Hero are more for this week:
JTDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., betwoen Front and Second.
fSTDn. E. ,P.i EDDy, Dentist. Offlco E01
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
trF0R SALE. Doardlng house, is Rooms,
corner of Third and Ohio Sts. Kasy terms.
College property on Fifth St. opposite Mound
Cemetery. 120 by 230 feet, one of the nicest lo
cations In tho city, 1 .
Almost any kind of prorerty for sale, In the
city or country. Waud & Stone,
2?5 second Street.
Jeuscr Tannery prop-
Greene, lot uoxiso feet.
uarFOR SALE. -The
ortv on Second St. near
Will be sold as a whole or In parts, J50CO, A
new and modem residence on Sixth St., below
wooster, wiu, tsome gooa iarm iana 10 traae
for city property, A good 8 room houso with
all conveniences on Scammel St., near Third,
tiooo. 100 lots In Muskingum Park from Sirs
to MOO. on monthly payments, nouses'wlll be
erected for all parties paying cash for lots.
, J, A. l'LUUEH & 30N,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
DIMITIES 25 pieces Pine Dimities.
Former price 10 cents. SPECIAL- SALE
PRICE Cc per yard.
ZEPHYR GINGHAMS, Former price
12M cents. SALE PRICE, 8 cent,s per
CREPON SUITINGS Formor price
10 and 12 cts. SPECIAL SALE PRICE,
8 cents per yd.
CREPON SILKS A line of evening
shades. Formor price SO cents. For
THIS SALE 25 cents per yard.
UMBRELLAS Ladies' SO-iricb" ,Eng
lish Gloria, steel rod, natural handle,
silk cover and tassel. Special price 61.00
. HOSIERY Boys' Bicycle Hose, fasi";'
Iflaclc, seamless, all sizes. 0 to 0, 15 cts
per pair, 2 pairs for 25 cts.
Rogular price 8
Prico 5 cents.
LADIES' DUCK SUITS Navy Blue
Stripe and Dot. Former price $1.38
For this sale $1.00. c
Monday morning June 8th, wo placed on sale 1200 yards of Fancy
Dark and Medium Prints at 3c per yard 10 yards to each customer.
Must come in person. '
Wholesale and -Retail.
119 and 12f Putnam St.,
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