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' t - -rfy o - c i ," r;BnCki8H6es,,All Professionals, of Zanesyille, Friday and Saturday. See Them,' r '-v - n-'Of'V"" ... ''-, m 'Marietta Headquarters for lastnan Kodak Co. Wo handle all sizes Of Kodakri. SLFilms, Paper", Chemicals, ' Printing Outfits, Toning Outfits, etc Printing and Finishing done for Amateurs. The Marietta Picture Man. tmmmmmmm?t a. 'The Quad." The Largest Picture and the Smallest Camera Combined for $0.00. For Sale by OI-IATtlES BLTJM'E TIIK JEWELER t 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. Fpr suits; from $4.50 to $8.00 per suiL Fine Black and Blue Serges, Drapes and Alpacas For Goals, and Vests from $?.00 to $10.00. The only garments The only garments for icomfort iweather, during this hot summer Oall and see them at A. 0. Brown & Co., B2o Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio Next to Candy Store over arch. Second Hand I CYCLES. Wo have several great bargains in iecond hand wheels. 'OB. '04 and '05 I Wheels at from ?30 to $75. If you want in old wheel or a new one let us talk vith you. Wo handle the Fowler, Sterling and Temple lines. Best on the fnimlrni A 4 T)ai(a1 rToi1 ITTOKA I1- Koerner & Richardson The Weather Man Says: "HOT TOMORROW" Ho may be correct in his prediction or he way not, but if it is hot or even moderately warm don't forget there is coolness at our , SODA FOUNTAIN. Delicious", oool drinl;B, and the finest fruit flavors that our monov can buy. One gloss or sovoralof our Soda Water, served with pure fruit juices, will help you through the day wonderfully, nt the Putnam Street Drug Store, '181 Putnam St,, Murietta, Ohio ESTADUSUEU 1837 GEO, SlBCCttCn. HKBIIT STJIEOKIH GEO. STRECKER &. CO., Manufacturer of Marine, Stationary anil Oil Tf.u itnllpra. OH Tanks. Smoke Ht;cl:s and STuue Expanders. Special attention ctven to. reMli-lcs Bollors In the oil Holds. We employ 'nona but the best, mechanics In this line. . 7 Give us a trial we know, wo can please you, OJra, CAMERA itlpT- W& SSjBic BKff jj'-QrL UtBCft ana wouw uu v riu- MARIETTA DAILY LEADER FRIDAY. JUNE 26, 1800 PERSONAL AND LOCAL William West, of Utley, Athens county, was arrested and brought to this city Thursduy by Doputy U. S. Marshal W. K. Mason, charged with selling liquor at retail without having paid the special tax. In dofnultof 5000 bond ho was placed In jail to await a hearing before U. S. Commissioner Quyton Monday. District Attorney Bruco will be hero from Cincinnati to prosecute the case. Attorney II. E. Quyton was at Cut ler Thursday trying a case before 'Squiro Auderson. There will be an Epworth League social at the residence of Daniel Gia ham Jtily 4th, beginning at G p. m. Ice cream and cako will be served. Everybody invited. Brief funeral services will bo hold this morning at 7:80, standard, at the resldenco of Mr. M. H. Hart, over the remains of Miss Mao Schcarer. The employes of the Diamond Pants Fact ory will attend in a body. Miss Uulda Zlmmer, an employe of Hamilton & Heidrick's tailor shop, was struck In the eye Thursday by a piece of bark from a falling tree and re ceived a painful though not serious in jury. Special sale of millinery goods Thursday, Friday and Saturday at Bee Hive. Frank Gibbs, a son of James Gibbs, was seriously hurt Thursday morning by falling from a wagon, one wheel of which passed over his legs. One leg was badly cut below the knee. Dr. McCluro dressed the wound and at last report tho boy was resting comfort ably. Tho regular meeting of Marietta Council, No. 78, will bo held this Fri day evening, June 20th. There are to be fovr candidates introduced to new mysteries. Mrs. A. B. White, of Parkersburg, spent yesterday In this city. Tho report of the Board of Equali zation has been submitted. It shows additions of $20,570 to personal prop erty returns and reductions of 550, leaving the net additions $20,020. To tho valuation of buildings 'was added $3,1190, deductions being made to the amount of SC.40S, the net deduction be ing $1,078. Over$l:i,000 was added for buildings ommitted. Tho distribution of tho personal property additions was ns follows: First ward, $700; Second ward, $8,015; Third ward, $2,820; Fourth ward, $2,373; Fifth ward, $785; Sixth ward, $125. Additions to tho corpora tion, ?:;,ioo. J P. Ward left Thursday with his family on a yisit to relatives at New Cumberland, W. Va. W. W. Mills left yesterday for Block Island, at which resort Mrs. Mills has been for several weoks. Miss Lucy McGlrr was at "Canal Dover yesterday attending tho Helm-rich-Longnecker wedding. At the resldenco of Mr. John Oster le, on Third street, Thursday evening, Mr. George Bales and Miss Emma Rcch were united in marriage by Rev. Mr. Thiemo. The ceremony was per formed In the presence of the immedi ate relatives only. Tho young couplo will go to houso keeping at once in rooms on Second street. Big bargains in ribbons, hats and flowers Thursday, Friday and Satur day at Bee Hive. Wo wish to again call attention to tho meeting at the Court House at 1 p. m. Saturday, to consider the matter of a new Court House and Jail and gather an expression from tho people, If the project meets with general ap proval the County Commissioners will bo asked to submit the question to a voto of the people at the fall election. A large attendance is desired at the meeting. Tho Washington county delegate returned Thursday from the Judical convention at Portsmouth, all wearing smiles a yard wide. Their self-satisfied demeanor Is justifiable. Thoy did a great work down thcro and deserve much credit for success in the face of the opposition of somo of the best poli ticians in the state, Their many Marietta friends will be pleased to learn of the marriage at Canal Dover, on Thursday, of Mr. John Langneckcr and Miss Augusta nelm rich. Dr. II. F. Hart, of this city, was visiting a patient near Harrietsvllle when the big storm came up Wednes day and did not get homo till 1 p. in. Thursday. Ho slept 'on a board at .Whipple all night and came into Mari etta In a big wagon. The doctor re ports tho storm to havo been the most violent wltli'n his knowledge. In tho gamo with the Buckshoes today the battery for tho homo team" will be Reynolds and Donahue, tho lat ter tho catcher from Springfield. The other positions will bo as follows; O'Neal 1st, Seamon 2d, Cnrr 3d, Ran som fes, McCammon If, McLaren of, McC'alllstor rf. Blanchard nud Ivilnt worth on tho bench. Tho grounds are In good condition, having been .'coated' with line grayel and tho game prom ises to bo tho best yet played. i-Bargains In towels, tqwollnp;, table cloth goods, hosiery, gloves, silk roltts, and underwear at Bee IJlye. Tho Congregational church and Sabbath school went up tho Muskin gum on- tho Steamer Sonoma Thursday morning and spent tho day plcnicing at Dana's Grove, below Beverly. Robert Christy, a plain drunk, was fined $2 and costs by Ma3-or Melsen holder Thursday morning. Special shirtwaist salo at, Beo Hive Friday and Saturday. Miss Mno Schearor, a well known young lady of Bowling Green, who has been in tho employ of tho Diamond Pants Company here for the past year, died of typhoid foyer at 7 a. m. Thurs day, at the homo of MUler H. Hart, Si,: th strcot. She had been ill but ten days. The remains will probably bo taken to Bowling Grcon for burial. By request we, with pleasure, de sire to coircc't tho statement in Wed nesday's Loader to tho effect that Gcorgo Alford was a member of tho well known oil firm of Baer & Alford. Tho person mentioned has been doing contracting for Baer & Alford, but is not a member of tho firm. Yesterday, says a Parkersburg paper, Wirt Ball, of Burning Springs, who is well known in this city, came down and went up to Marietta, where ho was married last evening to Miss Bello Morey, a handsomo oung lady of that city, at the homo of her parents, in tho presence of a few intmiate friends. Tho young people came down to this chy this morning and left today for Bvrning Springs, where they will make their future home. Reduced prices' on shirtwaists Fri day and Saturday at Beo Hive. Miss Annie Reynolds, this city, has been visiting friends at Parkersburg. Aaoipnus isaicer, wuo lives on up per Fourth street, was arrested by Marshal Pnrlin Thursday evening on an affidavit of insanity filed against him in Probate Court. Mr. Baker is 78 years old and has been unbalanced for several weeks. His friends feared that he might do injury to himself or others and asked that he be taken care of by the authorities. The inquest will bo held before Probate Judge Rood this morning. Lawrence McDonald, whoha's been pursuing his studies at Montreal, Can ada, returned home Thursday. A young man on the verge of an at tack of delerium tremens, was locked up Thursday upon his own request and will bo kept In the city prison until sobered up. Don't miss the special" sale Thurs day, Friday and Satyrday at Beo Hive, W. C.T. U. Meetings. . Tho W. C. T. U. now meets every Thnrsday at 2:30 P. M. in the First M. E. Church. We wish it to bo known that wo are a live earnest organization and mean to push our causo to the front. It is not necessary to go out side of Marietta to see the need of earnestness among temperance work- , ers. But just as tho saloon needs boys to perpetuate itielf, so we need women; good, honest, thinking women, and mothers of these boys to conspire with us that we may bo a great and mighty power for good. Lady Somerset says: "If ono woman's soul is inspired by a great purpose, it transforms not only herself, but those who stand next to her. But If a thou sand or a million women thus trans formed will stand together, they form a baiter of power through which the power of God can send immeasurable blessings to all women everywhere, which means to all homes, which means to everything that lives, and moves, and has its being." We trust that every woman who may chance to read this will pause and con sider if it bo not her duty, as well as her great privilege, to join this band of "White Ribboners," that now circles the earth. It, is not enough that you wish us well, we need your hearty co operation. Our strength lies in num bers. To any, and all ladles desirous of throwing their influence on the side of Temperance, the W. C. T. U. extends a most cordial welcome. Well Tarred. Pittsburs Times: "As she goes down the river this trip the Keystone State will bo enveloped with a pungent odor of tar, as she has on board 5,800' bun dles of cotton ties billed to Mississippi, The "shlf tlessness of Southern planters is responsible for this, for when tho ties reach their destination they aro thrown on the ground and left there exposed to the elements until tho crop is gathered. Among the 75 passengers on the Keystone State yesterday was a party of 25 hailing from lronton, tak ing tho trip under tho auspices of tho Daily Irontonian. The majority of tho party were young women, teachers In the lronton schools, among them being tho Misses Maudo Myers and 'Alice Os borne, who were winners in a voting contest recently conducted by tho paper, tho prize being a frco trip on tho Keystone State from lronton to Pitts burg, to Cincinnati, and from .there back to lronton. "With the coal mpn tho times con tinues dull and thcro is little prospect of a near change. The scarcity of wat er has caused a big failing off In tho business of the yards as far as orders for new boats and barges are concern ed, but Uio siding up of old bottoms is making things hum in all tho yards along the river. These boats will bo iu evidoncc when tho rise comes. Tiro Packers of Suptrlor Canned Corn havo had 20 years experience in tho busluess., Mr, A. 13. Wins, a Keeker nt th Michigan Stale 1'rlson at Jnrlson, Tel', About It. From Jackson Citizen Mr. A. E. Wing is a keeper at tho Michigan State prison, Jackson, a posi tion ho has held for years. Our repre sentative found him at his residence, No. 012 North Jackson street, and lie related the following Incident, the truth of which i? beyond dispute, for Mr. Wing's s'-srling qualities are well known to h's many acquaintance? a good man and a faitluul officer, lie would not misrepresent anything that A'ould wrongly impress our citizens. Ho says: "Some mouths ago my atten tion was attracted by a swelling in my groins; the swell'ng began to Increase to such an extent that I was alarmed. It spread down my legs ri"ht into my feet, ho bad tbat'l could not got my pants or shoes on. I had to open my shoes a distance of lul'y two Inched My condition was very bad; my face even puffed up and my whole system even sepmed affected; I could scarcely walk up stains to unlock my men. 1 went to n phy3lclon, one of tho ablest in the city. He said the swelling was caused by my kidneys, and I com- mencea treatment with him, but my condition did not chaugo nnd I seemed to be gottinij worse. About this t'nie a frieud stronglv ur.Tod mo to try Doan's Kidney Pills, and I finally con sented to let him get a box for me. After the first week of thoir uso I com menced to notice a change and I con tinued taking them, five boxes in all, with the happy result that I was com pletely cured. 1 must confess that I was surprised nt the result. I have never Heard of any medicine which seemed to havo such a radical effect and yet leave thesystom in such a good condition I feel better now than I ever did. After the effect was once es tablished the spoiling gradually disap peared until entirely gone. I consider Doan's Kidney Pills simply wonderful as an agent in curing any form of kid nov disorder." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co.. .Buffalo. N. Y., sole agents fore tho United States Re member the name, Doan's, and take no other. Real Estate for Sale. OEO. B. SUNDrnLAND, 231 SECOSH STREET, OP POSITE UNION DEPOT. 7 Houses on Tront street $1,700, 1,S0", "C00, 2,500, 3,C 10. Second htreet $1,700, 3 000, 12 Itoom House below Butler st-eet S1.G0O. Thlid street. C Houses, $1,000, l.i.00, 1,300, 1,800, 2.0C0, 'J.COO. rourth su-ee' Fl.O.'0, 1.S0O, 2,300, 5,000. Fifth street, U 2.C00. 3.0C0 Sixth stieet 51.' j0. 2 000, 2.500. Waneu sueet J,00, S00, COO. 1,100. I Fine Uriels House, U ,0, lot lt0 by ISO. BUSINESS LOOALS. Kjy-Marletta parties are asked to make Pleasant Hill farm a resort. Supper furnish ed. Large parties please notify. Mrs. Henry Leonard, Stanleyville. BfWANTT.D Putnam street. A Oood Girl. Inqulro 2.11 SSTThreo Pleasant Furnished rooms to Rent at 3JI I'ran'.Un St , June 23, 1S06. BSo-BainesComblnatlan Safe, 32x42, for sale at Marietta Planing Mill. F. S. Coleman, S13 Fourth street, . I3r"Tar.dem for rent. The Big Four Cycle Co has a brand new Viking Tandem which they offei for rent to responsible and careful parties. -FOU RALF.. Boarding house, 18 Rooms, comer of Thlid and Ohio Sts. Eay terms. Cjllegepiopertvon Fifth St. opposite Mound tcmelciy. 120 by 200 feet, one of the nlcesMo catlonsin tho city. Almost any kind of property for sale, in tho city or country. Waiid & Stonb. 2 3 Second'street. CBF-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist. Office in I aw Building, rooms 7 and 8. t-DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio. Offico 212 Front Street, o er Wels' Grocery. ' tSTDR. W, M, HART, Dewiift. Office 1J Putnam St., between Front and Second. g2TDn. E. F. EDny, Dentin. Office 804 Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument, I3TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam street. 5STOR SALE A new 0 room house on TV est Side tlfiOO. Two new Oroom houses on Hart St with all model a Improvements J1CO0. The Metiser Tannery proDerty on Second St, above Greene MOtO. A line 40 acre bottom farm with all improvements within two miles of city, C05CO. some Une building lots on Washington & 1-ront Sts. A frontage of 50 feet on Greene St. near Front. Building lots from 1100 to 300 on monthly payments. J. A. PLUMxn & Son, Cor. Putm. m and Second Streets. Oil Lands. Four or Ave blocks ranging from 125 to 800 acres each near Big Run and Briscoe wells that I want drilled. Also for sale 1 farm of 125 acres on Ohio Klver 4 miles north of Parkersbure. 1 farm of 100 acres on Ohio River 5 miles north of Park ersburg, both, tracts garden and melon land. Also the Now P6rt and Vancluse Ferrv. Fran chise, boats and 8K ceres land on W. Va. side all upon reasonable terms Address, fa. S.Stonk, Vienna, W.Va., on O. R. R. Wanted! The contractors of the city to know that the undersigned, A. C. Wendel ken, Screen Manufacturer, turns Angle Blocks, Flint Blocks and all kinds of Moulding Angle Blocks. Also Squaro Turning. Give him a call; he can and will save you 21 per cent, on all work. A.C. W'KKDEl.KEK, Dly t f Cor. Mulberry & Poplar Sts. Legal Notice. Virgil A. Kinrald. who resides at Sisters vllle. Tvlor county. West Vlrslnla. will take notice that on the 21st day of Mav, 1M0, Llllle Kinrald Hied her potltlou in tho Court of Com mon Pleas, of Washington county, Ohio, w here the same is now pending Said petition prays jorn invoice irom bam virgu a urn raid on tho ground of adultery. Said above named defendant Is required to answer not later than July 3d, 1SS0, or said divorce will be granted. LILLIE KINRAID. It. u. Ouvton, Attorney, May 2J, C-wlta. Notice In Attachment S. A PAUir.n'and A. M Davih, partners doing business in Ohio under the linn name of Titc CITY TKAJ.S1TSH COM PANV, VS. Oeohqe w. Downing. Attachment before B. K. Guyton, .!, P., of Marietta Township. Wash ington County, Ohio. Ou the 2aih day.ot May, lSSG, said Justice ts fcutil an order of attachment in the ahovo no Hon for tlte sum of 514.57. Said onto will ha for hearing July 18th, 1MMJ, atu A. il. S. A, PAU4KII a A. IU pAyia. The question, which interests all, is how to keep cool when the mercury is above ninety. A serene mind-helps and seasonable clothing helps. Every thing requisite for comfortable dressing is here, and the prices contribute to your serenity of mind. tuHttlSSSi'&'ui rival of DIMITY SHIRT WAISTS in Persian Styles, with separable White Linen Collars, extremely stylish. Come and see them. S. R. TURNER & CO. Think of the reduction on all Summer Dress Fabrics just now, when we have nearly two months selling". The reason is simply this, we wish to carry none over. "That's the whole thing in a nut shell." The Wash Goods Harvest! Never was a time when these dainty fa brics were so cheap as now. Lawns, Cambrics, Dimities and Organdies, and hosts of other weaves at about loom prices, as an inspection of same will prove. Our Corset Customers Stand by us. Are you one of them? We sell none but the well-tested makes. If you buy a corset here and it does not suit you in every way, bring it back. This Corset Stock of ours is run for the bene fit of our patrons, if we please you in ev ery way its bound to be remunerative to us. For a few days we will sell the follow ing well-known makes: Madam Strong's Tricora Health Bodice for 75c, regular price anywhere $ 1 .00. Dr. Strong's Tricora Health Supporter and Dress Form for 75c, regular $ 1 .00 corsets No. 779, 772 and 778, known as the F. P. makes, for 75c, all $ 1 .00 corsets. CHA.8. JONES, 172 FEONT STREET. fall nsr 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 tho procession. Remember the place, at J. W. Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, 128 Front Street. Wholesale, Retail. Wa if Our Improvement Sale CONTINUES. The crowds that thronged our store during the past week aro evi dence of the fact that the pooplo of Marietta and vicinity appreciate the bargains wo are offering. Hero are moro for1 1 his week: DIMITIES 25 pieces Kino Dimitlos. Former prico 10 cents. SPECIAD SALE PRICD 5e per yard. ZEPHYR GINGHAMS former price 12)s cents. SALE PRICK, 8 cents per yard. CREPON SUITINGS Former prico 10 andJ2 cts. SPECIAL SALE PRICE, 8 cents per yd. CREPON SILKS A line of eyening shades. Former price 50 cents. For THIS SALE 25 cents per yard. Monday morning Juno 8th, wo placed on salo 1200 yardB of Fancy Dark and Medium Prints at 3-Jc per yard 10 yards to each customer. Must come- in person. OTTO ' , ' Wholesale 119 and 121 Putnam 'St COMFORT! Summer Corsets. Thin Underwear and Hosiery, Fans and Par asols in much better assortment than else where. SPECIAL Fresh ar tAw w:,w "7t?w Si'aV "fti- -jss? vi? For Pipe Cutting and all kinds of Machine Work, new and repair, go to . CLINE BROS., ISIachine Works, Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O. UMBRELLAS Ladies' 20-inch Eng lish Gloria, steel rod, natural handle, silk cover and tassel. Special price $1. 00 HOSIER V Boys' Bicycle Hose, fast black, seamless, all sizes U to 0, 15 cts' per pair. 3 pairs for 25 cts. Ladles' Gau.'.e Regular prico 8 Price 5 cents. Vests Largo cents. Special size. Sale LADIES' DUCK SUITS NayyBluo'A Stripe and Dot. Former price fliSsJfc For this salo Jl.00. BROS. and Retail. ' Marietta, O. ' H t i l I 'I i M V I i I A .? -'' i a' r (I O ' CO u '-U .',.