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Opening Game of Ball, Nelsonyille vs. Marietta, Wednesday and Thursday,
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Notatov A rerfect Instrument with a fineleng.
U It Is the best camera for ibe money In the
ranrket. Can be reloaded In daylight.
Number of exposures unlimited without re
sorting 10 uan; rooms.
For Sale by
The Marietta Picture Man.
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"The .Quad."
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 55.00.
For Sale by
CI-IARXES BLUME
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129 Putnam street. Marietta, Ohio.
DUCK TROUSERS.
Fine White and Fancy Ducking
for trousers from $1.00 to $1.50
per pair. "
Kentucky Tow Linens.
For suits; from $4.50 to $8.00 per
suit.
Fine Black and Blue
Serges, Drapes and-Alpacas
For Coats and Vests from $2.00 to
$10.00. The only garments for
comfort during this hot summer
weather. Call and see them at
A. 0. Brown & Co.,
220 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Next to Candy Store over arch.
Second Hand
BICYCLES.
We have several great bargains
second hand wheels. '03, '94 and
in
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wheels at from 830 to $75. If you want
an old wheel or a new one let us talk
with you. We' handle the Fowler,
Sterling and Temple lines. Best on the
market At Rodick Hardware Co.
Koerner & Richardson
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hm, The Weather Man Says:
"HOT TOMORROW"
Ho may bo eorreet in his prediction
6r he may not, b'ut if it is hot or oven
moderately warm don't forget there is
coolness at our
SODA FOUNTAIN.
DcllCious, cool drinks, and the finest
fruit flavors that our 'money can buy.
One glass or sevoral of our Soda Water,
served with pure fruit juices, will help
you through the day wonderfully, at the
Putnam Street Drug Store,
121 Putnam St., - Murietta, Ohio
ESTABLISHED 1867
GEO, STItECKEU. IlKNItY STHECKKH
.GEO. STRECKER&C0.,
Manufacturers ofMarlne. Btf tlonary ana Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
reDalrlng Hollers in the oil fields. We employ
nona but the best mechanics 1A tMs lino.
Give us a trial we know we can please yon.
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESpAY, JUNE 17, 1890
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
-In 'Squire Guyton's court yestor-
day Clarence Wpodtn and John Gowdy
wero acquitted of the charge of petit
larceny.
The Rev. Mr. Coil loft last night
for Cincinnati, to be gono until the
first of next week.
Miss Cora Ilogan will leave this
mornin? for Chicago for a short visit.
Miss Winifred Curtis, of Denver,
Colorado, is visiting the fatrllly of her
brother, Dr. Curtis.
Miss Bertha Hall, of Columbus, ar
rived in the city Tuesday afternoon,
and 'Is visiting,. at ;.Mr. George Jones',
Second street. - '
' MisCath6rina Rough, of Syracuse,
O., is visiting her cousin, Miss Lena
Williamson, Sixth street.
Cow Run Epworth League will
give an ice cream social Saturday,
June 80th, at Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Q.
Dye's. Everyone welcome.
The death of Mrs. Jane Little
Dana occurred Sunday at Newport at
tlio homo of her son, Frederic Dana,
and was caused by paralysis. The de
ceased was a sister of Captain A. li.
Little, of this city.
The Phi Rota Kappa men of class
of '90 are Johnson, Iloyt, Penrose and
Lund. ,
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Carl Shurick returned yesterday
from-military school, near Washington.
We noted in our issue of yesierday
that a man named Dawson had been
fatally cut at Parkersburg Monday
night. At last accounts the man was
still Hying. Concerning the party
whom it is suspected did the cutting
the State Journal said yesterday:
"Chief of Police Heaton is in receipt of
information which leads him to believe
that the name of the man who did the
cutting is Tucker. He is a cousin to
Mollio Tucker, Harry Hill's wife, and
lives at Marietta with his father who
is a cooper. Parties who claim to know
Tucker say he is the man who was
with Hill last night"
L. C. West and family, of Spring
Hill, Kas., are visiting friends and rel
atives at Reno, this county.
The Alpha Digamma fratornity
will hold its annual banquet at the fra
ternity hall on Putnam street this eve
ning. t
S. F. Powell, who has been om
ployed on the boiler works, and who
was recently hurt by falling from a
scaffold, left Tuesday for his home at
Brighton, Pa.
The Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity
will banquet at their new quarters,
Buoll's Hall, Front street, tonight
Tuesday morning Mrs. M. P, Noll
and Mrs. Joseph Snakard chaperoned
a jolly party of young folks to Lovers'
Lane, up the Muskingum, where they
spent the day.
The marriage of Michael Hannen
and Miss Kate Schmidt will occur at
7:80 a m. today at St. Marys Catholic
church.
Charles B. Oldham, of Moundsvllle,
is a Commencement visitor in the city.
Miss Addie Sprague, of Pittsburg,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sprague,
Maple street
Will Ransom, slfortstop, and Perry
Harr, catcher, two of.the new men for
the Marietta team arrived Tuesday and
aro ready for the game today. Pitcher
Blanchard will arrive today and if the
now men turn out as well as expected
Nelsonville will go up against a very
strong nine.
Pr,of. H. W. Ilulbert, formerly con
nected with Masietta College, appears
in the announcement of the Saratoga
Summer School of Theology in the list
of prominent lecturers. Prof. Hulbert
is now nn instructor in Lane Theologi
cal Seminary.
J. H. Larrbee, passenger agent of
the B. & O. S. W., was in the city on
business Tuesday.
S. J. Hathaway returned Tuesday
fjom Grand Rapids, Mich., where ho
has been attending the National Con
ference of Charities and Corrections.
The ladies of Harmar Congrega
tional church will serve refreshments
July 4th on the grounds of S. H. Put
nam, at the "West approach of the
upper bridge.
Prle's Park, Glove contest i miles
east of 'Parkersburg, under auspices
Metropollton Athletic Club, Pittsburg,
Friday, June 19, '96.
Mr., James Shay, the oil operator,
Is confined to'hTs'room'b'y'lllncss? "-
Tho now orchestra stand in Mus-
kingum Park has been completed and
Is ready for the first concert Thursday"
night.
Mr. Fred Klostermler leaves today
for Cincinnati, where he has accepted
a position as druggist in the store qf
Georgo P. Herman, corner of 13th and
Vine streets.
C, R. Oldham, Esq., of Moundsvllle,
Is visiting his mother.
Mrs. Kate Silyus, of Beverly, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Friday Jackson,
West Side. ,
Miss Berenice Langenberg, . of
Beverly, 13 tho guest of Misses Allco
Clark and Clara Eblnger. J ,
Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity hayo
moved into Buell'a Hall over Dysle'a
drug store.
The Unlversallst Church,- of Fair
field will give an Ice cream supper at
the residenco of Mrs. C. II. Goddard on
June 27th, beginning nt 5 o'clock p.
m. Eyery ono lnyited.
The Rev. Charles Walker, '70, is in
the city.
Attornoy Henry Kelly, of Cincin
nati, Is in the city,
Mr. John E. Raney, of Beverlj',
agent of the.Jarecki Chemical Company,
is In the city on business.
Mrs. C. U. Turner, who was to have
entertained Rev. John Rusk, of Chicago,
received a telegram Monday saying that
sickness will prevent his attending
Commencement. Dr. Rusk was on the
program to deliver the alumni oration.
Mr. W. H. Wolfe and vlfe came
up fromParkorsburgMonday evening to
attend Prize Declamation exercises, at
which their sop Wijllam was one of
the speakers and a winner.
Rev. John Tenney is in the city.
Roy. Charles Little, of Wabash,
Ind., Is In the city.
Don't forget the picnic excursion
to be given on the steamer, Catherine
Davis Friday night; given by Invincible
Epworth League. '
The speedy little propellor Georgia
arrived here from Ironton Monday
afternoon, having in tow the hull of
the. new boat being built by Captain
Wm. Bay. The cabin and boilers and
machinery will be built here.
Dr. John . Cotton, of Charlestown,
W. Va., and Dr. David Cotton, of Ports
mouth; are guests of their brother, Dr.
J. D. Cotton, during Commencement.
. The W. C. T. U. will hold their
meetings hereafter, every Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First M.
E. church corner Third and Wooster
streets. Members will please take
notice as there will be no further an
nouncements. Mr. R. W. Richardson, who for
several years has been the able and
popular city editor of 'the Times, re
ceived a telegram Tuesday offering
him a lucrative position on the Even
ing Dispatch, St. Paul, Minn. Mr.
Richardson resigned his position with
the Times at once and will leave for St.
Paul Thursday morning. He has a
host of friends In this city and county
who will regret his departure, but
nevertheless congratulate him upon
his good fortune, which Is well de
served. i
If you have money to invest and
want 8 per cont. interest, take the Co
lumbian Building and Loan Co's. non
assessable coupon bonds. They bear 8
per cent, interest and any part or the
whole amount can be withdrawn on 30
day notice.
Class Day. .
Owing to threatening weather Tues
day morning the class of '90 did not
hold their exercises on the campus as
expectod, but made use of Andrews
Hall, which was filled with a splendid
audience. The exercises wore unusual
ly interesting and drew forth repeated
ly the applause of those assembled.
Henry M. Dawes was master of cere
monies and the Collere Glee Club
furnished music for the occasion. All
the young men taking part in the ex
ercises commanded the close attention
and admiration of their hearers and
left an abiding impression that the
class of '00 is a strong one and will be
heard from in the outside world before
many years pass away.
Following is the program:
Master of Ceremonies. .Henry M. Dawes
Song ., Glee Club
History H. C. McKinnoy
Poem B. E. Hughson
Song Glee Club
Prophecy C. H. Lund
Class Oration "A Liberal Education"
Harry B. Hoyt
Class Song.
Class Honors,
The annual class honors for 1890
were announced Tuesday, as follows:
Junior Harry Briggs, first; C. C.
White, second.
bophmore J. E. Jones, first; T. J.
Jones, second.
Freshmo'n F. W. Tomer, first; W.
H. Wolfe, second.
Junior Prize Essay C. C. White,
first; J. W. Crooks, second; Harry
Briggs, third.
Marriage Licenses.
Henry M. Gilpin and Mary I. Petty,
both of Marietta.
Arthur B. Chapman, of Whipple, and
Charlean Hall, of Warner.
Condensed Testimony.
Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manu
facturer's Agent Columbus, Ohio, cer
tifies that Dr. King's New Discovery
has no cntial as a Cough remedy. J.
D. BrownrProp. St. James Hotel. Ft
.Wayne. .lad-tcsjjjje&tliqt he was cured
01 a ougn 01 two years standing,
caused by La Grippe, bv Dr. ..King's
New Discoverv. B. F. Merrill. Bald-
jvjrfsfillq, Mass., says that he has'iised
'and recommended.lv and never know It
to fall and would rather have it than
any doctor, because It always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 223 E. 25th St, Chica
go, always keops it at hand and has no
fear of Croup, because it instantly re
lieves. Free Trial Bottles at W. 11.
Styer's Drug Store.
Will I.oso III Kyes.
MnciiANicsBUiio, O., Juno 10. A six-
year-old son of 'Squire Charles Phellls
removed the ball from a cartridge and
applied a match. Thejcsult of the ex
plosion was a terribly burned face,
that will probably result lb tho loss of
nis eyes.
Heavy llalUtorm at Cttfarvlllc
Cedabvji.i.e, o., Juno 10. At noon
Monday the heaviest hailstorm ever
nnown hero visited this section. Stones
large as quail eggs fell, literally cut
tine the corn into ribbons.
Baoo Ball.
Cincinnati 3
St Louis 2
Brooklyn 0
Baltimore , 4
New York 5
Boston , , 14
Cleveland n
Louisville ; 1
Chicago-Pittsburg no game.
Philadelphia-Washington no game.
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Cleveland 27
Baltimore 29.
Cincinnati i;o
Boston 20.
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Pittsburg Joins
In Paying Tiibute to the Little Con
queror. v Kiom 1'lttsburg Leader
A young man wento a v.cry wealthy
and successful manufacturer a short
time ago and applied for employment.
"What can you do?" the manufacturer
said, and the young man proceeded to
tell m glowing terms of his wonderful
ability.
"Hut I don't want to know what you
say you can do," the gentleman re
plied, "Let me know what others say
you have done. Bring me recommen-
aauons irom people 1 know and can
trust."
It's the same way with medicines.
People don't want to know what the
manufacturers say they CAN do, but
what those who have used them say
they HAVE done. In presenting
Doan's Kidney Pills we do not simply
tell you that they aro a sovereign rem
edy for all diseases of the kidneys, we
tell you what they have done; people
whose statement you can verify any
day, and about whose testimony there
cannot be the slightest shadow of a
doubt. One case of particular interest
in this connection is that of Mrs. Jas.
Ferris, who lives at 491 Fifth avenue,
Pittsburg, Pa., and who is well known
In that community. "About 11 months
ago," Mrs. Ferrl3 said in telling her
story, "I had a severe attack of lumba
go, which settled in my back and kid
neys. I spent a good deal of money
consulting physicians and using" vari
ous remedies, but all to no purpose. I
was completely discouraged. The
pain in my back was so bad, and there
was such a dragging feeling, that I
could scarcely get around at all. I
could not do any work, and was scarce
ly ever free from these terrible pains in
my back. A couple of months ago my
husband saw Doan's Kidney Pills ad
vertised, and we decided to try them,
although I am free to confess that we
did not have much faith that they
would help me. The result was a de
lightful surprise.iowcver. They gave
me almost immcalate relief, and since
taking them I have not been troubled
at all. They did me moro good than
all the other remedies I had taken put
together. I am glad to testify to the
virtues of Doan's Pills."
You'll find Doanjs Kidney Pills just
as effective in your case if you are trou
bled with lame back, backache, a dull
listless feeling that you want to get
rid of. or any of fhe other forms of kid
nev disorder.
You can got Doan's Kidney Pills at
your druggist's, at 50 cents a box, or
they will bo sent postpaid on receipt of
price by I'oster-Mlltmrn Lo., sole
agents, Buffalo, N. Y.
Real Estate for Sale.
GEO. H. SUNDEIU,AND, 231 SECOND STHEET, Or
rOSITE UNION DErOT.
7 Houses on Front street $1,700, 1.S00, 2.000,
2,600. 8,000.
Second street $1,700, 2,000.
12 Koom tiouse heiow miner street sj.uuu.
Third street, 0 Houses, $1,000, 1.200, 1,500,
1,M)0, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street 81,030, 1,800, 2,300, 5,000.
Filth street S800. 2,000. 8,0)0.
Sixth street ? 1,800, 2 000, 2,500.
Warren street 700, 800, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, (1,200, lot ISO by 180.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
J6F-Marletta parties are asked to make
Pleasant Hill (arm a resort. Supper furnish
ed. Large parties please notify. Mrs. Henry
Leonard, Stanleyville.
S-DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
j3r"DK. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office U
Putnam St, between Front and Second.
(STDr. E. P. KDny, Dontlst. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
304
53TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
street.
SfTandem for rent. The Dig Tour Cycle
Co has a brand-new Viking Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
parlies.
3?"FOR SALE. Hoarding house, 18 Rooms,
corner of Tljlrd apd, Ohio Sts. Easy terms.
Collegeproperty on Fifth St. opposite 'Mound
Cemetery, 120 by 230 feet, one of tbemicest loi
cations in the city.. ,
Almost any klnd'of property for sale, In the
city or couptry. ' 'yvTAnb & Stone,
2'5 Second Street
-FOR SALE A new B room house With
all modern Improvements on Hart St., 11000.
A new 8 room house on West Side. tUOO. A
now room house on West Side, 1800. Two
business blocks on Front St., t:5 0 and JU000.
Lots In Muskingum Park addition from 1175
to ?30O on monthly payments. Three new
houses at I70Q each.
J. A. PLU1IKII & SON,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
Oil Lands.
Four or five blocks ranging from 125 to 800
acres each near Dig Run and Drlscoe wells
that I want drilled.
Also for sale 1 farm of 125 acres on Ohio
River 4 miles north of Parkersburg. 1 farm of
100 acres on Ohio River 5 miles north of Park-
ersburg, both tracts garden and melon land.
Also the New Port and Vancluse Ferry, Fran
chise, boats and 81J acres land on V. Va. side
all upoir reasonable terms. Address,
S, S. Stone, Vienna, W. Va,, on O, It. R.
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Cheapness and Beauty!
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S. R. TURNER & CO.
A Great Shirt
In order to reduce our stock of Laundered
Shirt Waists we will give you the following
special low prices:
One lot of Shirt Waists with detachable col
lars, that formerly sold for $ 1 .50,
SALE PRICE $1.00.
One lot of Shirt Waists with detachable and
undetachable collars, formerly sold for $ 1 .00,
SALE PRICE 75 cts.
One lot of Shirt Waists with undetachable
collars, that we've sold for 75 cents,
SPECIAL PRICE 50 cts.
One lot Shirt Waists that has sold for 50 cts.
THIS SPECIAL SALE PRICE 38 cts.
Now is the time to buy while the styles and
sizes are yet unbroken.
A LITTLE MONEY goes a long way in our
DRESS GOODS STOCK just now.
The Fashion Sheets, Magazines, Designer
and Patterns of the Standard Publication is
now ready for distribution.
CHLA.S. JONES,
172 FRONT STREET.
FALL XjXT
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..
DRUGGISTS,
128 Front Street.
Wholesale,
Retail.
A. J. RICHARDS,
PHARMACIST,
Noxt door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Parsonal, attention glvon to com
pounding bf'Prescrlpttons.
Complete in
Wa
Fner.
Every Respect
Is our stock of Mantels and Tile.
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.'
H. A. Wagner &. Brp.s 404 Third st
A large new lot Printed
Warp' Ribbons in Dresden
and Persian styles which
we bought under price,
and you get the benefit of
the purchase. Come and
see them.
N. B. The Butterick Pat
terns and Fashion Publi
cations for July are here.
Waist Special !
Farm For Sale!
An extra fine river bottom farm
of 140 acres in Washington Coun
ty is for sale. Good location, on
R. R. which has station complete
with Western Union Telegraph on
line of premises, shipping facilities
A No. 1, has orchard of 900 bear
ing peach and 300 apple trees (i
years old,) house and out-build-'
ings. A rare opportunity for
someone. For further informa
tion call on or address E. W.
Oline at
CLINE BROS.,
Machine "Works,
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot." v"
"Neat Stylish Work. Satis
faction Guaranteed.-
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