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Barlow Bros.' Magnificent Minstrels, Auditorium, September 3d and 4th.
Are You
thinking of potting your
picture tokfcn?
If so, of course you want the
Latest Style, .
Best Finisti,
Most Natural Expression,
And o "Spkakisg" Likeness.
In short THE BEST, which everybody
Tinows is made by
The Marietta Picture Mart
"The. Quad."
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 85.00.
' For Sale by
120 Putnam street. Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
Hike at 855,00. 816.00 down, 83.75 per
week for 4 weeks and 82.50 per week
thereafter until paid for. Speculations:
24, 20 inch frame, Birmingham seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nickled handle bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oil
tempered and dust proof.
There are no stampings or castings
on this wheel; it is strictly high grade,
warranted to bo perfect in every re
spect and stands the test
110 Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
And Most Others
Know well the charm of soft, white
hands and a fair complexion.
It's Easy to keep the complexion
right if you use right soap.
We'ye made toilet soaps a study, and
belleye we know good soap when we
see it
Those who buy "complexion" and
other kinds iir.iiE, 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.
Washington Co. Fair I
We expect the Best Fair this year
that wo have had for many years, and
wo want all of our customers to be
In order to give all a chance to go,
we haye decided to give you a
Ticket Free !
We have hundreds of them to glye
away. Every person buying Flvo Dol
lars worth, cash, will get a ticket free.
Remember, our prices are as low as
any place In the city, and all our goods
first-class. You do not haye to buy
85 worth at one time. Every purchase
Tickets are ready now 1
Hagai& Schad,
For the Ohio State Fair, to be bold at Colum
bus, August 81st to September 4th Inclusive,
theD.&O. 8. W. Ry. will sell tickets at One
Fare for the Round Trip, from all stations In
Ohio, -Return limit September stb. This Fair
will surpass all former ones. New and attract
ive features for both day and night. The
Night will be made like Day by electricity.
Exhibits liner than ever and Liberal Pre
miums. You should not miss It.
Excursion to Columbus,
13 00 la the round trip rate to Columbus and
return via the O. & M. Ry, account of Ohio
State Fair. Leave Marietta 0:25 a. m. Arrive
Columbus 11:35 a, m. Tickets good going Aug.
81st, Bept. 1st, 2d, 8d and ith, good returning
up to and Including Sept. 5th. Bryan will
speak In Columbus Sept. lsl
Excursion to Zanesvllle.
Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7th, via Z. & O.
R (1 00 ronnd trip. See the big bicycle races
Tickets good going on 0;20 u. m. train. Re
turn special train will leave Zanesvllle at 7 p.
m. Monday. Tickets will also be good return
ing Tuesday, Sept. 8th.
Excursion to Marietta.
Half fare rates to Marietta account of Wash
lngton County Fair. Tickets on sale Sept, 3,
8 and 1, returning until Sept. 5th inclusive.
Special return train will leave Marietta 7 p, m.
Friday, Sept. itb, for Waterforfl.
Mrs. G. P. Dovol.of Boverly, is visit
ing relatives In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. John Andrews are
home from Dayton, where they have
been visiting friends.
Mrs. C R. Leland, of Seville, O , is
the guost of Mr. and Mrs. D. VV. Picker
ing, Fourth street.
Mrs. C. E. Bumgartner' is visiting
relatives at Malta.
Mr. W. J. Morgarldge left Tuesday
,'ntghWfor- his '.homo at Birmingham,
Ala., .alter a visit of soveral.weeks with
y, ?. i- v " ' ! "'
Tho DuDlicate Whist Club crfioved
fa delicrhtful outing at' Pleasant Hill
Farm Tuesday and were treoted to" 'a
magnificent duck dinner. In the party
were Mrs T. 1 Davis, Mrs. Fred
Turner, Mrs. J. B. West, Mrs. J. II.
Grafton, Mrs. T. J. Lockwood, Mrs.
Dr. Conner, Mrs. Jas. Laing, Mrs. Levi
Hill, Mrs. Will Ebingor and Mrs. E. J.
Lobdoll. '
Prof. Eisele and his London Bal
loon Company of eight people are in
the city, registered at the Hotel Yale.
Postmaster Henry Roeser left for
Pittsburg Tuesday on a business trip.
Dan Giles has opened a barbershop
in Smilet's livery stable on Second
An extensive epidemic of diphtheria
is raging on the South Side In Parkers
A 50-barrel shallow well was re
ported in on the Corbett farm at Wav
erly Tuesday. It is owned by a Wheel
ing Company.
Miss Nellie Purdy has rett'rned
from a visit to friends at Beverly.
Dayld Okey, of Cambridge, was in
the city on business Tuesday.
Miss Helen Chamberlain is spend
ing a few days with friends at Barlow.
Miss Mollle Weihl, 'who has been
visiting Miss Maggie Bergen for the
past week, returned home to Water
town Tuesday.
Pearl Ritchey and John Jenking,
who were arrested on the affidavit of
Greenbury Jenkins charging them with
obtaining money by false pretense,
were discharged by 'Squire Guyton,
there being no evidence against them.
The plaintiff was later arrested on the
charge of stealing a skiff from the de
fendants and bound over to court by
'Squire Palmer.
Barnesvillo defeated Zanesvllle
Tuesday by a score of 0 to 8 in a 14-in-ning
game. Cambridge rubbed it into
Pattkcrsburg 9 to 3
A government surveying corps has
been at work for the past week setting
water guages at intervals of ten miles
along the Ohio river from Pittsburg to
Parkersburg. Tho work is preparatory
to the regular survey of the rivor for
the contemplated improvement.
Don't forget the races at the county
Fair. There are horses here with
records under 2:10.
News of a shocking fatality in the
west end of tho county reached the
city Tuesday. Monday evening Mrs.
Malcolm Smith, of Dunham township,
was driving with her three-year-old
infant and sixteen-year-old son James
on the road a short distance from the
home of Hon. W. B. McGill. The horse
took fright nnd ran away, throwing
out the three occupants. Mrs. Smith
alighted on her head and received in
juries from which she died in about
a half an hour. The boy James was
dragged a considerable distance and
seriously .though not dangerously
bruised. The baby miraculously es
caped injury and when help, summoned
by tho boy, arrived on the scone, it was
found that the little one had crawled
to its mother's body and was sitting
contentedly on her insensible fqrm.
Mrs. Smltn was tho wife of one of thd
best known and most highly respected
citizens of the county and her terrible
death causes the sympathy of the en
tire public to go out to htm.
A son was born Tuesday morning
to Mr. and Mrs. William Bass, No. 528
Eighth street
Mrs. Blanche Beck, whoso husband
is a successful business man of Colum
bus, is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Ranger, 702 Fourth street
Mr. Beck is proprietor of tho Buckeye
Electric Repair Works.
Born, Tuesday, September 1st, to
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stoyer, this city, a
Mrs. Wm. Schlaubach has returned
from a trip Jo Cleveland and other lake
The Wheeling packet Liberty has
gone on the dock at Parkersburg o'r
repairs and her trade is meanwhile be
ing taken care of by the J. C. Hopkins
No. 3.
The biggest strike in the history of
oil development in the Cairo field was
struck Monday morning by tho Lubeck
Oil Company on the MoFarland farm.
Tho pay was reached in tho Big Injun
and the well is estimated to be good
for anything up to 800 barrels per day.
MrB. Thomas Ewart entertained
fifteen little girls at tea Monday eve
ning in honor of her daughter Bertha's
eighth birthday,
Judging from tho large number of
horses entered the races at tUo Fair
this week will be of unusual interest
A. D. McCoy, of Huntington, was
in the city Tuesday.
James Reynolds is recovering from
a severe attack of illness.
The MarloUa-Nolsonville game
Tuesday afternoon was an improve
mont over Monday's contest and was
very close throughout, although errors
woro frequent Jack Taylor accident
ally cut the great too of his right foot
and Walter Soamon played third. The
attendance was not large, but every
body present evinced a keen Interest In
the game. Score: Marietta 0, Nelson
yille 4. nits, 10 and 0; errors, 0 and 4.
Batteries, Purcell and Donahue, Ma
haffey and Smith.
CoL A. W. McCormlck, of Cincin
nati, is at the Bollevue. Ho came to
attend tho reunion of tho 77th O. V. I.
Thursday, of which organization he is
Miss Louisa Schmidt has accepted
a position as bookkeeper in tho furni
ture store of George Weiser.
Mrs. Frank Hagan is enjoying a
few days' outing in tho country.
E. M. Monfort, of tho College, left
Monday for Cleveland, where he will
attend the meeting of the American
Library Association this week.
Frank Shoemaker left Tuesday to
visit relatives at Columbus and attend
the State Fair.
The Marietta team leaves today
for Barnesvllle, where they will play
a two days' serieB. Sam Taylor haB re
turned from Nelsonvllle and will be in
the games. Walter Seamon will ac
company the nine to play third,
Hutchins being still in no condition to
The races at the Fair this week
will be tho greatest attraction of tho
year. '
It is expected that T. B. Townsend
& Co., of Zanesvllle, will begin work
Monday next on tho sewer contract re
cently awarded them.
Mrs. Blanche Beck, of Columbus,
is the guest of Mrs. W. H. Ranger,
Fourth street
The 24th Annual re-union of the
survivors of tho 77th Ohio Volunteer
Infantry which takes place on Thurs
day of this week, together with the 9th
O. V. C. and Washington County Asso
ciation of Union Ex-Prisoners of war,
will bo held in Buell Post Hall on Put
nam street instead of at the Court
House as first announced, as the Demo
cratic convention will be held in the
Court House on that date. Col. A. W.
McCormick, President of the 77th or
ganisation, in a recent letter to Capt
L. J. Cutter said : "I have a card to
meet some of our old comrades in le
union at St. Paul, Minn., September
1st, but as our re-unlon is the 3d I can
not attend both, and I prefer joining
tho survivors of the grand old regiment
at Marietta on the third of September
I will be in Marietta on the 1st at 0:40
p. m., with Headquarters at the Belle
vuc, and will remain till 11:25 p. m. on
tho 3rd and will be glad to meet my
boys any time at tho hotel." This is
good news to the survivors of the 77th
and the many friends of Col. McCor
mick who will tako great pleasure in
meeting him. Tho first re-union of tho
77th Ohio Infantry was held in this
city September 17th, 1873, 23 years ago.
Mrs. Crickard is the guest of friends
in Columbus.
August rainfall. 5. 510.
Hon. G. David and family, of Jack
son, haye been the guests of Hon. W.
D. Devol and wife for several days past.
Mr. David is a Trustee of the Athens
Mrs. Edward Gray and little
daughter, Helena, of Pittsburg, are
guests of Mrs. R. D. Cooke.
A company of colored serenaders
mado splendid music last night in front
of several residences in the city. They
are up in the art, and their voices are
unusually good.
Very good from the Oil Review : "If
some of the people who stand around
the street corners all day and argue
about gold and silver would go out and
do an honest days work they would
have a groat deal mora of both of tho
metals in their pockots and the chances
are their wiyes would not have to work
out to keep the wolf away from the
At the home of Miss Emma Haw
kins, West Side, a slumber party was
given Monday night by Misses Taylor
and Huwkins and was highly enjoyed
by a party of seven, Misses Allyn, Bahl
man, Wilson, Taylor, Hawkins, Swift
and Armstrong.
Louis Meuser, of Massllon, came
down Saturday to enjoy a three-woeks
visit with his relatives in this city,
I r The entries for the three-minute
pixed race t the County Fair are.
SteilaN.V'Wllcpxie, ,:5js8 Cjfftmus an
Prince May, ,,:,. t
Programme for Park
Ooncort To
March, "Palatums," , Hall
Overture, "Zanetta, "......., , Auber
Waltz, "Irene,".,, , ,.,, .Dennett
"Nigger In the Barnyard," (Descript
ive) '...Lovenberg
"Gems from Offenbach's Operas,". Boettger
"Darkle Tickle," (Characteristic
Dance) ,.,., Hunt
Scotch Overture, "Guy Mannerlng,'. Bishop
March, "First Regiment," Blnns
I3iiclilcuaArn ca Salve.
Tub Best Salve In tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Kheum, Fever Sores, Totter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Files
or no nav required. It In guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or mono.v re-
iunuuu. jrrice zo cents per dox.
For sale by W, H. Styer.
Entertainment Course for Mari
Arrangements havo been made
whereby tho people of this community
dan get the five high-class entertain
ments named below this coming win
ter at a very small cost. It is pro
posed to issue course tickets to these
entertainments for 81.50, Including re
served seats. To ascertain whether
this courso would bo appreciated by
tho people of Marietta, the following
plan has been adopted. Let every one
who thinks this is an opportunity to
hear some rare tatcnt subscribe to tho
course by filling out tho coupon below
and mailing it at onco to W. W. Boyd,
GO lFlfth St. Do not neglect this for
a day or two, but attend to it at onco.
1 Coupon :
O Marietta, O., ..., 1890.
W..W. Boyd :
Tfou may reserve courbe tickets
for, tno for tho flye named entertain
ments to he given the coming Reason in
the City Auditorium.
(Street Address)
fhanz wli.czek grand conceht co.
Franz Wilczek is one of tho leading
violinists of the world.
Gen. John B. Goiidon, Lectuhe.
"Last Days of the Confederacy".
Original Swedish Quaiitet Co.
This organization has been before
thi public for nine years and is the
most popular quartet of male voices
on the American concert stage.
Polk Miller's Dialect Recital.
'"Old Times Down South". An eve
ning of story and song. This is
the most unique of all entertain
ments now before the American
Smalley Grand Concert Co.
The finest lady quartet in tho world.
This course of entertainments is rec
ommended by the Brockway Lecture
Bureau as being unsurpassed. If you
want this course, engage your tickets
at once in the manner indicated. You
will select your reserved seats in the
usual manner before each entertain
ment, for which there will be no
extra charge.
We have just received the following
note from the Nye Hardware Co. :
Editor of Leader :
An enthusiastic young advertising
Agent told us a few days since that if
we would advertise to give something
away we would soon see how it paid to
We think him a smart fellow and
propose to follow his advice and adver
tise to give away
Wostenhoiu Pocket Knives.
If your readers will look in our regu
lar space in the lower right hand corner
of second page they will find our propo
sition. Respectfully yours,
The Nye Hardware Co
SSFurnlshed or unfurnished room for rent
Inquire 205 Market street. Wed.Sept.2 -tf.
SyGeo. Curtis, teamster, carefully attends
to all work Intrusted to hlra. Address 721 Sec
ond street, city.
JgyMrs. O. J. Shannon, M. D , 202Scammel
street, near Second. Diseases peculiar to
u omen and testing eyes and lilting glasses a
specialty. Sept.l,3ts.
BSfROOM FOR RENT. Lady preferred.
Inquire at corner of Filth and Putnam, Loner
Side. lwk.
J3TB. V. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. C9. tl Janl.'OO.
JSTOIt SALE. House and Lot. 05x113
feet. Five room House. Will sell the same
cheap. Inquire Ed. Smith,
507 Smith Street.
gyFor sale or rent Pleaaant Hill Jarm,
four miles northeast of Marietta. Address
Henry Leonard, Marietta, O.
SfMONBY to Loan. Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
eSTCHAS. S. HART, M. D office and resi
dence No. 300 Putnam street. Telephone 209.
DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Office In
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
t"DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Tront Street, over Wels' Grocery,
0TDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
tSTDn. E. F. Enny, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
Gas administered.
tSDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
OWS. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
Hg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
Ua. in. to 5 p.m.
BSy"FOR SALE A business room on Front
street above Greene, with lot 16rl80 ft. at J200
per foot. A six room house on Third street
n lth lot 45x180 ft. at JUC0. A large business
room for rent House and lot on the corner of
Eighth and Warren streets, 81G00. An eight
room house on Third street above Putnam,
J3000. Several lots from $100 to J000 on month
ly payments.
J, A. PWmku & son.
8"FOR 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 Bale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, i and a rooms.
Call and eee us when looking for property.
WAnD & Stone,
2:5 Second Street.
Real Estate tor Sale.
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1,M0, 2,000,
2,600, 8,000.
Second street (1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street (3,000.
Third street, o Houses, 11,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1.M0, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street tl,0C0, 1,800, 2,300, 5,000.
Fifth street 1300, 2,000. 3.000.
Sixth street l,i0, 2.000, 2,500.
Warren street (700, 800, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, f 1,200, lot 160 by ISO,
New Dress Stuffs!
They arc on every side
towns." A new basque-waist, one of the But
terick Patterns for September, is here pictured.
The Butterick Publications are the fountain
head of fashion information, and this store is
the fountainhead of stylish materials.
Often effects the sale of goods; but we prefer to submit facts rather
than bluster to people whose trade we seek.
It is a fact that wo are selling goods cheaper than any competitor;
we do not mean to say this in a blustering or blowing way. All we
ask is your careful inspection of our goods and that will be proof
enough itself.
Cream Bleached Damasks
The Scotch make, fills the hand;
made of pure flax and will bleach
in two or three washings. We
bought them cheap and you're go
ing to get the benefit.
Those Fabric Gloves, Fast
They don't go fast enough, we're
clean up at One Half Price.
New Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and you should visit the
store each day and see the pretty new goods; and don'tforget that all
summer goods are being closed out at greatly reduced prices.
Standard Patterns are in the Lead.
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.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Next door to First Nafl Bank,
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold I
' That is a good sentiment, and is it not good business to
attend to your needs in the Mantel and Grate Lino at
, this time ?
It is our pleasure to announce that right now wo are equipped with
tho biggest and best selected stock of Tiles and Mantels ever brought
to Marietta. Every word of this is true and you can verify it by
calling on us at 401 Third Street.
as you enter the store.
More bulk, more
yards, more beau
ty, more style and
more price attrac
tions v a s-t'ly
more than may be '
seen anywhere
else in the city, A
particularly at
tractive line of
choice novelties
at 50 and 60c per
yard. Ask to see
the new "James-
Gloria Umbrellas
2G and 28 inch for men and wo
men; you know a good umbrella
when you see it. We cordially
invite your inspection of the same.
They'll shed rain as a duck sheds
water and are the kind- to buy.
Black and Fancy Stockings
going to sell them this week to
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
go to
Midline "Works,
Third and Butler Sts,
Marietta, O.
Second St, opp. Union Depot.
JSeat Stylish Work. Satis
- ' faction Guaranteed. ,

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