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Do You Ever Take a Trip?
Arc You Planning a Vacation?
IF SO, YOU NEED
DON'T BUY A CAMERA
THE ADVANTAGES of
Eastman's Film Kodaks,-
Mdoal Tourist's Camera
A Full Line with all Necessary
Pi R A I f3 The Marietta
unHIi Picture Man.
W. II. EBINGEH, J. S. H. TOHNER,
President. Vice President'.
S. L. ANCLE, Cashier.
GERMAN NATIONAL BANK,
Began Business August J, J 899
Surplus and Undivided Profits $4,500
Foreign and Domestic
Soda Water Is always "In Season."
Whether taken hot or eolil It Is a
wholesome beverage, unless tendered
deleteiiuus to health by being loaded
with Impure artificial flavorings and
Cold Soda drawn from
Our Arctic Fountain
Lacks nothing that could be
Desired by the most
Sensitive Palates. We use
Only pure juices made
Direct from fresh fruits
And can give any flavor.
Our "Cold Soda" Is always cold.
IH Putnam Street,
EVER FALL OVER
a rickety wheelbanow In the gloom of
a dark arbor on a ragged Saturday
night? With your arm full of mark
etings, yor head full of tomorrow pray
er wuids, strike the thing, wheelbar
row, two ribs south of Its left hind
spoke-socket, start to fall, cut a few
pinwhccls, kiss the clmlerpllo that lies
to the starboard side of the arbor as
you shoot from reach of the last expir
ing kick of tho mad and dying wheel
barrow. With an awkward turn the
basket of cold storage eggs, sour
krout, and other fresh tropical fruit
spreads a beautiful rosette on the front
of your only Sunday shirt.
Well, such a conglomerate condition
would tangle a fellow, and say, I'm
tangled In a little net of business
tangled up lu a little lot cf trusses,
shoulder braces and crutches. If I on
ly had the club of misfortune I might
get out and make a few cripples hut
well 'nough's 'nough.
Crutches for cripples from 90c.
Trusses tho best and all sizes from 83c.
Shoulder Draces, many styles, for lad
Ins and young men; a well fitting brace
adds to the symmetrical appearance.
Tlin corset or lace back Is the proper
thing In braces for girls. Prices from
C5c to$ L'.fiO, My private ofilce for the
showing of theto goods.
Yours for business.
WILL S. RICHARDSON,
127 Greene. Phono 53.
A new fi room house and lot 40x120
feet on Upi-or Timet street, $1,100. A
line 8 room house- with nil modern con
veniences on HeiuuiiU'l street, 8l,tJ0O. A
fi loom house and lot 1.1x180 feet on
Fourth street, near Slontjrmnery sheet,
81 1 WO. A Iiiuh of Hi) nova, within two
miles of Marielln, l,CCO. A new 4
room house on Koit sheet, 81,1X10, on
following tonus: hSVX) will mid balance,
at 87 iHr month. Scnoral building lots
J. 1. Flmnar & Son:
A. E Swinburne, M. D.
I'll) hIcIiiii nml 'nice"".
General practice with special attention
(liven to Obscuie and Difficult
Rooms No. 18 and 19, Second Floor,
St. Clair Building, Putnam Street.
Ofllco Hours 9 to 11 a. m. 1 to 4 p. m.
7 to 8:30 p. m.. "Phone No. 382.
Aug. 28, 1900 tf.
tie "Dominican Sisters of St. Mary's
uool are now prepared to re-open
r music ana Art departments and
ma win oe resumed, on Monday,
wnber 3d. Aug 28-Tu,Tn,Sat.
The Marietta Daily Leader
THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1900.
H. S, SARONI,
A Briof Account of His Life and
Herman S. Sarlno, whoso death was
mentioned In tho Leader yesterday
morning, was born In Germany In 1823
and lived In Enrobe until a young man,
when he came to America.
He received a fine education In his
native land, having been a pupil In
music of the celebrated Mendelsshon.
After coming to Ameilca ho engaged
In business cf various kinds and for
many years was an active, busy man.
During his life In this country he made
and lost several large fortunes, but In
his later years ho was In comfortable
As editor, author, composer, inven
tor, in fact in a number of vocations
he dl-'tlngulshed himself and won the
icspect and esteem of his contempor
aries In tho aarlous lines of work. He
was, a polished gentleman, and al
though at times his conversation was
lather sharp, he never meant to offend,
and those who knew him best, knew
him as a kind hearted, well educated
and refined man.
He had lived In Marietta during the
last fifteen years, devoting his time ex-
clitshely to music.
His wife, foimerly Mrs. Anna Dlls,
survives him. They had no children.
The funeial services will be held at
tho residence on Third street at 10
tills morning. Burial at Onk Grove
cemetery will be private.
OLD COURT HOUSE
Will Be Offered for Sale Next
The Commissioners met yesterday
and after a short discussion as to the
best method of getting rid of tho old
Court House theydecldedtoreadvertlse
and offer the building for sale at public
auction next Tuesday at one o'clock.
The highest bidder will get the
building as It stands and It will be one
cf tho terms of the sale that it must be
removed within a certain time. The
Commissioners, howeer, will icserve
the. furniture, vault doors and other
The contractors will be ready to go
to work In a short time and the Com
missioners are anxious to have the old
building taken away in order to make
room for work on the new.
It Is understood by the Doai'd that
there is at least one, probably several
contractors who will bid on the build
ing, and they are confident that after
the auction Tuesday this vexing ques
tion will be settled.
Quito a good deal of excitement was
created Wednesday morning at the
home of Theobald Drumm, of upper
Eighth street, when It was found that
Mr. Drumm was missing. A search
was immediately made, which resulted
in his being found In tho rear of the
lot dead under an apple tree. He had
been feeling very well the 'day and eve
ning before and the discovery of his
death was a very great shock to his
family and friends.
Mr. Drumm was an old man, being a
little more than seventy-five years of
age. Ho was born In Germany and
came to this country, where he was
married about 39 years ago. He was
the father of nlno children, all of
whom survive him. The ones who are
left to mourn his death are Charles and
Will Drumm, of Pittsburg; Mrs. Nel
lie Hamilton, of Pittsburg; Mrs. Jos
eph Hamilton, of Seaksdale, Pa.; Mrs.
Ella Campbell, of Philadelphia, and
Harry and Frank, of this city.
All the children will bo here to at
tend the funeral, which will net be ar
langed until all have ai rived.
Tho Rniisome sjvtem of fire-proofing
will be applied In the construction cf
the new Court House, a fact that will
bo of general Interest and Importance
to the public In general.
TliN branch of tho work will bo In
direct c'lOise of Sir. Harry Kennedy,
of Ciiuiiiiuti, n member of the film of
W H Mils & Co., the contrarors who
will eiect the building. Mr. Kennedy
Is recognized ns being ono of the heat
experts in tho whole country In this
line of work. He had charge of the
building of the Chittenden and Great
Southern hotels, at Columbus, nlao of
Townsend Hall, the biological building,
and the armory at the Ohio State Uni
versity. Doctor Canfleld wrote of him:
"Mr. Kennedy Is the best assembler of
men and material I ever saw."
The Ransome system of concrete
work, or flre-prooflng. Is used In some
of the finest buildings In the country,
Including the Lelaud Stanford Univer
sity of California-.
Wednesday evenlng-the new Manhat
tan restauiant, located at 218 Putnam
street, In the Reltz-Savago building,
was opened to the public, with Mr. H.
D. E. Athey, the pioprlctor, lu charge.
This new hostelne Is calculated to
become one of the most popular In the
city, simply because' It desores to be.
The appointments are fine and the ser
vlco excellent. Mr Athey Is well
known as a chef, having had years of
llmtuloi. nt Citll.r.
Company F, 73id, Ohio, will 'hold Its
animal Keunku at Cutler, Ohio,
Thursday, September 8th, 1900. All
memfiersuro requested o bo present.
Special Committee is Now in Ses
sion. The special committee appointed to
take chargo of the final arrangements
for Labor Day are holding dally ses
sions at Labor Hall, on Front street.
All persons having business with them
are Invited to call there. A large ban
ner, marked "Headquarters of the La
bor Committee" hangs across .the en
trance so that the workers may easily
The Executive Commltteo of the
Trades and Labor Council may well
consider themselves fortunnte In secur
ing a number of high class attractions
for the big Labor Day celebration to be
held here Monday, Sept. 3. The peo
ple generally will be delighted with
Thee ako walk of Itself, owing to Its
novelty, will be a great entertainment,
but the contracts closed guarantee
still more thrilling and exciting
Prof. Martin, the balloonist, will
present some sensational performances
His aerlel acts are cleverly executed
and clict astonishment.
It Is pronounced by the press as one
of the most popular exhibitions evei
given on the continent, and. Indeed the
only thing new lu that line. Prof.
Martin will make two ascensions.
John W. Vogel and Arthur Deming's
big minstiels will be the attraction at
the Auditorium .Monday night. Tills
sliow is given under the auspices of
tho Trades and Labor Council, M. G.
These atti actions are assured, and
will be here, as the contracts have all
"Bodily pain lose's'lts terror if you
have a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc
Oil in the house. Instant relief In
cases of burns, cuts, sprains, accident
of any sort.
Between the Marietta Fire Compan
ies a Labor Day Attraction,
One of the most interesting features
of the big Labor Day celebration next
Monday will be tho race between hose
companies Nos. 1 and 2 of the Mariet
ta Fire Department.
This exciting event will occur on
Front street, the starting point being
at Wcoster and the run ending at the
To see two hose companies running
fildo by side Is a sight never lieforp wit
nessed in this city, and It will be of
moio Intereset owing to the friendly
rivalry that exists between the two
sides of tho river over tho merits of
their respective teams.
During the race people are requested
to keep off the street In order to avoid
Tho City Council has given Its con
sent for tho two companies to race and
all anangoments are being mado to
have tiie affair successful.
David City, Ntb., April 1, 1900.
Gcnessee Pine Food Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
Gentlemen I must say in regard to
GRAIN-0 that there is nothing better
or healthier. We have used It for
vears. My brother was a great coffee
drlnker.He was taken sick and doctors
said coffee was the cause of it, and
told us to use GRAIN-O. We cot n
package and did not like It at first,
but now would not ba without It. My
brother has been well ever since we
started to use It. Yours truly,
4 LILLIE SOCHOR.
The Latest of Marietta's Suberbs is
The Stockdale farm, recently pur
chased by Messrs. Nelson Mooro, A. L.
Gracey, J. 'SI. Williams and others, lias
been laid off in lots and the new sub
urb was yesterday given the name
Tho committee In charge being In
doubt as to what name to give the
place, went to Rev. E. A. Coll and ask
ed him to help them out. Ho did so by
furnishing the name given above.
"Slount Everett" is appropriate, as
the addition occupies a commanding
position on the heights above the SIus
klngiim opposite tho Fair Grounds.
Should an electric line at any time
connect the city with the top of the
hill, It would be one of tho most desir
able places In which to live that Slarl
etta suburbs can offer .
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Prop3, Toledo, 0,
We, the undersigned, have known F
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions, and financially
ablo to carry out any obligation made
by their firm.
West & Turax, Wholesale Druggists,
Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the oest.
Clarence Wendelken was arrested
yesterday on the charge of assault and
battel y. The affidavit In the ease was
filed by Harry Fremont, of Warren
street. Wendelken was taken before
tho Mayor and his case was continued.
Edward Gurley was also arrested for
carrying firearms and shooting In Oak
Scrofula, salt rheum, erysipelas and
other distressing eruptv diseases
jiejd quickly to the cleansing purify
tng power of Burdock Blood Bitters,
Personal Paragraphs and Pertinent
Sir. W. B. Galtreo arrived from
Columbus Wednesday afternoon.
Henry Dawes made a flying busi
ness trip to Galllpolia Wednesday.
Sir. J. SI. Chlldcrs, of Slstersvllle,
was lu tho city on business yesterday.
Sir. T. B. Goodwin, of Malta, was
a business vlstor.tn the city Wednes
Sir. Jack Wendelken Is wearing a
smile over the arrival of a little grand
Sirs. W. R. Manifold went to Cald
well yesterday to visit and take In the
Sirs. P. Costello came up from Del
pre to visit relatives In the city for sev
-Sirs. J. E. Sillier, of Belpre, ii
spending a few days with Slarletta
friends this week.
Robeit Howard left yesterday for
Chicago, whpre he will visit friends
for several weeks.
Prof. Andrews left yesterday for
StcArthur to attend the Vinton County
Sir. Will Lewis left Wednesday for
Caldwell whole he will visit his grand
parents for a few days.
Harry Slorgan left yesterday for
Caldwell to be gone.seveial weeks visit
ing friends anil relatles.
Sir. N. G. Miles returned Tuesda
from a peasant sojourn of two wcits
at Slountaln Lake Park.
N. W. Bergen has bid aside hi
work at the Post Office and will spend
his vrr.it Ion visiting fi lends.
Dr. James SIcCIuip is In Chicago
for the purpose of taking a six weeks
post graduate course in medicine.
Sir. Spaugler, Tiavellng Freight
Agent of the B & 0. R. II., was In the
.Ity on railroad business yesterday.
Sir. Asa Schoonover, who was hurt
on the Riley building some time ago,
was taken to Grace Hospital yesterday
Capt. Miles Brown and daughter,
Miss Carile, of Galllpoll.s, are In the
city visiting friends for several days
Sir. A. F. 'Sillier, Staster Carpenter
of the Pennsylvania Lines at Cam
bridge, was in tiie city on business yes
terday. Sirs. Emma Stephenson amklaugh
ter, SIlss Emma, expect to leavo next
Tuesday for Columbus where they will
attend tho State Fair.
Prof. Frank B. Trotter, of Bttck
hannon, W. Va was the guest of his
brother, Clerk Oilando Trotter, yester
day. Sirs. Rosa Stpphan returned Tues
day from Stanleyville, where she has
been the gue.st of relatives for several
'Mr. William II. Reeves wa.s injured
yesterday by being thrown from n
wagon loaded with stone, at Falrvlew
SIlss Ida Congiove, of Parkersburg
Is spending a few days this week with
her mother, Sirs. Slollle Congrove.
Sirs. Chas. McParland returned
yesterday from Paikersburg after
sepndlng several days with relatives
In that city.
Albeit Hill and brother, Edward
Hill, of Washington C. II.. are the
guests of Sir. and Sirs. A. L. Dorr, of
Sir. and Sirs. SI. D. Follett left yes
terday for Cleveland, where Sir. Follett
will attend the meeting of the State
Board of Charities.
Rev. Chas. Stanley went to Stan
leyville yesteiday to attend the Town
ship Sunday School convention, which
convenes there for sevpr.il days.
Sllssps Pauline and Alice Clark,
who have been the gupsts of SIlss
Grace Dale, for several weeks, return
ed to their homo In Ronton Wednes
day. Qulncy Leo SInrrow and Prof. F.
W. Lough came down to the city yes
terday from Zanesville and held a
temperance meeting at tho Audltoilum
Sir. J. H. Devol and family will
leave over the O & L. IC. tills morning
for Corning. Cal., wheie they will visit
relatives for a few months, nnd If the
climate la suitable they will make their
TH S S T
This is our Special Week
on School shoes.
It' we can't save you "lots
of money" on them, don't
SEE OUR WINDOW,
f&M' V f0wkJ III1
Pandora, so runs the myth, let all the
Ills of life out of her box to prey upon
mankind, but shut the co er soon enough
to prevent the escape of hope. Hope
remains to every sufferer but it is otily
an Igiiis-fatuus unless it takes ou some
tangible form. The hope of recovery is
treasured by every one w ho sutlers from
weak or bleeding luugs, obstinate and
lingering cough, bronchitis or similar
ailments, which, If neglected, or unskil
fully treated lead on to consumption.
That hope becomes a practical una tan
gible thing when it is based on the use
of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery. Such u hope is reasonable because
thousands of men and women emaciated
and weakened by diseuse have been made
sound and well by the use of "Golden
Sick people are invited to consult Dr.
R.V. Pierce, BuiT.ilo, N. Y by letter. All
letters ure carefully and considerately
read and answered. Each letter is held
as a sacred confidence and every answer
is mailed iu a plain envelope without
any printing upon it. Write without
fear and without fee.
"I was taken sick in July lat ear,
am! was not able to do auy Mini of
work until Kcntmber," wrltc Mr.
Noel V. OrIu, of I.atiniev AU.cn Co,
s. C. "Had been couyldug up ..mall,
utiut imiii, ui jmicgm lor
nliout a jenr before I was
taken 'town I then called
(in a doctor wbo attended
me for two mouths, ,
and said that one
luiir of my tell hind
was Kuiie, ami an
vlted nic to leae
iny home (Charles.
ion, s. c i, aim
uo to the country.
but cud not sty
what sort of ills
case I had I
thought It was
wrote to ou for
advice 1 took
four botttes of
IJisCuvery, which I sineiicly Mlee ha done
mi- more k"xh1 than all tin other mediciues I
h ie cer taken '
The use of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PelleU
does not beget the pill habit.
S G0. BLAKt'3 STORE.
The weather Thursday, August
30th, will probably be fair.
Look in Our Window
next to the Post Office,
You will ee some of our fall sty- S
IPs of .Meieh.nu Tailor Sulllnss. rf
High Art Tailoring. WE Tl'RN S
OCT TIIE BEST SIADE. 1JK?T $
FITTING AND MOST STYLISH
SPITS .if any one In Slailetta. j?
The proof of this is the number K
we are selling. Ve give trade j?
discount stamps with merchant 5
tailor stills. The only ones that
will do this. j
iron nm, m v,mit .,ni,n ?
a i lie stria tjLiunmu nuust.
Sir. R. ,1. Sensor, of Atlantic City,
Is In the city on a short business trip.
Sir. James E. Reese, who has been
spending a two weeks' vacation visit
ing friends in Plymouth, Pa., returned
yesteiday and will resume his duties
at the Pon Office.
Sir. John llenton Carter (Commo
dore Rollingpin) leaves this evening
for St. Louis, where he will resume his
llteiary work. One (.f Ills works "Lou
isiana Rhymes," will appear soon.
Wanted A wide awake boy to learn
prlntei'.s tiade. Apply at the Leader
Wanted Hustling young man can
nuke $000 per month and expenses.
Permanent position. Experience un
necessary. Write quick for partlcu-
lais. Clark & Co., Fourth and Locust
streets, Philadelphia, Pa.
Wanted To lent, three or four
rooms for light housekeeping. No
children. Addie.ss .1. II. C.itoy, Jr.,
30S Greene street.
Aug. 24 3t.
For Rent. A store room, corner of
Seventh and Warten stieets. A fine
location suitable for any kind of busi
ness. Call at HOG Warren street.
For Sale Household goods, also a
new piano, used but a few weeks. Call
at 224 Putnam street. Aug 24-3t.
Found. Pair of spectacles on Put
nam sti-ppt. Owner can have same by
calling at tho Leader ofilce.
To Travelers. Tho undersigned deals
In railroad tickets. Remember this
fact If you want to buy or sell. Phil.
A. Llns, Bellevue Hotel.
ww irxc jyfy
"Rainy Day" Skirts some call them. Others say "Golf"
Skirts or "Walking" Skirts. Call them what you please, but
you certainly want one or two or three of these popular and
sensible Garments. The new Skirts are ready and we are
pleased to show them. Prices begin at $3,50. At $4 00 we
show a Dark Blue Skirt of good material and well made.
At $5.00 an attractive line in Blue, Gray and Black -with
plain and plaid backs. Finer and belter Short Skirts $6.00 to
Many prefer to make their Short Skirts, or have them
made, and we are showing a
proved styles and colors at popular prices.
BROKER! GWm& . . JT
MJrpil ' 'M)
fvfvA-J '"! Mw
CBEIGHTOI & IEPTUIE. mZL
S IT HAS 1
I BEEN SAID
Of Perfumery that It 13 j
g "The Kisses of a thousand flow-
o ers, stolen from them while u
O mey simp.
Now, if you take those thou?- S
and kisses, and place thoni in a
a Peifunie Atomizer, the lcsttlt
a will be ten thousands of kisses, c
dlsti United here, there and ev-
2 pry w here. n
2 You get twice the benefit of w
o Perfumes If an atomizer Is used,
i ..., , ...,., (
9 .uiu juii cut liuu mure artistic
and beautiful atomizers in this g
a store than anywhere else in this o
5 town, And the prices aie not a g
6 cent higher than they ought to n
a be. a
1 The Gornor Drug Store, 1
Cor. Front nni Putnam Streets.
Q9D9H023SCK3 n&BOB&BS EOBOBO
OFFICE, 102 PUTNA&l fcT.
. . TIIE MEW FULL .
Are here. We extend to you a cordial invitation to come and
see thenv We arc showing a complete line of colorings in
all the new Fabrics.
Fashion has again decreed that Black shall be popular.
We have received our new stock of the famous GOLD
MEDAL, BLACK GOODS. Call and see them.
good assortment of the most ap
Is giving the Powers much
concern just now. Broken
china might cause sorrow to
many housekeepers, too, only
: . .f . 1 .
u is so easny rcpiacca ai small
expense lrom our Steele, where
yu can ky one piece, one
"02cn or one hundred pieces as
you like and at no advance in
proportion, buying the small
quantity ovci" the large.
ARE YOU SATISFIED
WITH YOUR PRESENT
DO YOU WISH A BET
Can fit you for a good position in the
business world in a ory slum time.
Will you let us help you?
Wo have four times as many calls
for good stenographers and bookkeep
ers as wo can snpp'y.
Buy your scholarship before the
opening, Saptember 4th, lflut), and savo
ten per cent.
I Call at the College office at once for
BENN J. FERGUSON, Mgr.
No, 151 Front Street Telephone 370.
VB. SYKKS. C ('. MlDtU.iK'sW.Utr
SYCES &. MIDDI.KSWAHT.
Attorneys nt Law.
Office In Itnom s. Mills IIuiIu.ur, comer of
litnani and Second stiirts.