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THE BULL'S EYE
Is easy to carry.
Is easy to use.
Is sitnplo In constntctlnn.
Can bo loaded In diiyllu'lit us often
for sale by ',
Tho Pflarictia Picture Man.
ES"Wo will flnlsh pictures or furnish
. The Ouad."
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for 55.00.
For Sale by
, TIIK JEWELER 1
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Two More Samples Left.
Ono ladies' Liberty, list $100, now SG8.50
3no gents' Viking, " 8100, " $70.00
We also recoiyed last night
Eclipse, $100 list, which will goat ?50.
)no gents' Kankakee, list $00, will go
)no Indies' Dutchess, listSOO, will go at
JThree Juvenile wheels at $25.00.
' Now Is the chance to got a wheel at
ho right price.
Big Four Cycle Co.,
110 Front street.
C. Saner. R. B. Race. J. M. Williams.
our favor, the jury
made up of
ot twelve but hundreds of thcin,
and they were unanimous.
Our new soda drink
f (5 cents.)
It was on trial, the verdict was one
short word "delicious."
There's no appeal
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Here is your chance to get a good
One. Gents' wheel,1 list $100.00,
, One Gents' wheel, list $85.00,
One Ladies.' wheel, list $85.00,
VOne Gents' wheel, list $75.00,
UEO. STHECKEH. FUNIIY SIIIEOKIII
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers Marino, Stationary and Oil
WpII Uollers. 61 Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
"iibti Uxnanders, Special attention l en to
epilrtus llouersta tho oil llelds. We employ
ioue butlu bost wcbanlcs In this 1 ne.
dive us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works onVest Side.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
UATURDAY. JULY 25, IO06
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Indications point to a largo crowd
on the T. & 0. C. K. excursion to Corn
It. Is probable that Tawnee Hill's
Wild West Show will exhibit on tho
Fair Grounds today, as tho Athlotic
grounds arc several feet under water.
Capt. Berry, tho TJilrd street pav
ing1 contractor. Is In the city 'and cs
' peels to begin work next week.
! Born, Saturday, July 18, a daugh
I ter to I'rof. and Mrs. II. W. Ilulbert,
Mrs. N. J. Morrison expects to
' leave next. week for Wichita, Kas.
! Mrs. S. J. Tracy is herefrom Clays-
ville, Pa., visiting her narents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Dow.
Special Salo of Fancy IUbbons all
this week at the Bee Iliye.
The Marietta team did not go to
Cambridge Friday, being notified by
telegraph not to come on account of
tho rains. It was decided to go up to
day if tho weather is favorable and tho
C. it M. trains running through.
George Anderson was fined $3 and
costs by Mayor Melsenheldcr Friday
for fighting with John Smith In W. W.
Wood's saloon Thursday night. A
warrant is out for tho arrest of Wm
Thompson who was also implicated in
Mrs. W. I. Brown left for Dexter
City Friday to visit relatives.
If you are thinking of buying a pi
ano or organ don't fail to call and see
the fine stock of new llaines Bros.,
Baldwin and Fischer pianos0and the
only organ, Estey, at R. W. Vaughn &
Co's., Putnam street
During an altercation on Putnam
street last night "June" Peters was
struck in the face and badly bruised.
He says the man who struck him was
one of the Taylor boys with the Mari
etta baseball team, but does not know
thom well enough to specify which one.
A number of Democrats and free
silver men met labt night at the Times
oflice and took steps for tho organiza
tion of a Bryan Freo Silver Club. R.
E. Race was chosen temporary chair
man and B. J. McKlnney temporary
secretary. On perraanentorganization,
securing a nail, eta, tne touowing
committee waB appointed: B. J. Mc
Klnney, Charles Richardson, John Mc
Call, James Parlln and Fred Meister.
Still tho Bargain Salo goes on nil
this week at the Bee Hive.
Miss Bessie Brigham was presented
with a new bicycle last evening a
"Valentine." Of course the young
lady is overjoyed with the gift.
The rains yesterday washed out a
big lot of earth from tho Washington
street fill between Seventh and Eighth.
Tho lino of tho River Gas Co. was
broken, though not a break that can
not bo easily repaired.
Died, July 22d, at Layman, Lydia,
wife of Thomas Fergusop. Deceased
leaves a husband and two children.
Prof. A. Ii. Ilulbert has been ro
tained as assistant at Putnam Acad
emy. Zauesvillc, for the coming year.
Mrs. Alma Beach, of Port Hudson,
Michigan, formerly of Marietta, is tho
guest of relatives at Equity.
J. Russell Trottor, the Republican
nomineo for State School Commissioner
of West "Virginia, is a nephew of 'Squire
Richard Trotter, of Layman, and re
sided in this county when a boy.
Just think of it ! A dollar Hat for
50 cents and 50 cent flowers for '25 cents
this week at tho Beo Hive.
Mr. Owin Chapman, foreman of
Lobdell's factory, leaves today for
Hudson, O., and Michigan, to remain
Lobdell's factory will close today
for a period of two weeks. This is the
first shut-down, except for holidays,
for a period of six years.
Miss Gerdings, of Louisville, Ky
and Miss Englehart, of Jefforsonyille,
Ind., who have been visiting Miss Em
ma Mueller, Third street, loft Thurs
day night for Cincinnati.
There will be a meeting of tho Pro
tected Home Circle at the Gv A. R. hall
next Monday evening at 7:30, standard
time. A full attendance is desired as
business of importance is to bo brought
Untrimmed hats and flowers at K
price, all this week at the Beo Hlye.
Professor and Mrs. F. A. Jordan.
of Marietta, are visiting their numer
ous Beverly friends and relatives this
week. Beverly Advance.
The Masonic Lodges of McConnels
Ville, Malta, Stockport, Beverly,
Lowell, Marietta and Harraar, will
hold a union picnic on tho Beverly Fair
Grounds about the middle of August.
We are still receiving our new
stock of pianos and organs. Another
ear load this week and ono coining uoxt
week. Haines Bros., Baldwin nnd
Fischer piauos and Esty and Hamilton
organs. A lot of now music.
K. W. Vauoii.v & Co.
For carachu put a couplo of drops of
Thomas' Kclcutrlo Oil ou a bit of cot
ton and place it in the ear. The pain
will stop in a few moments. Simple
enough, jsn't it?
Groat Itnlnmh of i'rltlny Orlng
Itlvcrx up Willi n Jump.
Tho rainstorm which passed oyer
this station Friday, beginning early In
tho morning, were tlio most tcrrlllo for
this season of the year In the memory
of the "oldest Inhabitant." Tho rain
fell In torrents and 1" u fow minutes
every ravine, creek and run was bank
full and overflowing. Both rivers rose
rnpidly ot tho average rate of one foot
an hour and early In the day began to
cause apprehension among business
men and residents in tho lower part of
Tho C. & M. and T. & O. C. E. rail
ways were both flooded and had trains
delayed by the muddy 'overflow from
Duck and Federal Creeks and the Z. &
O. lost part of a trestlo at Shawnee
Junction. The Ohio River road again
suffered cast of hero and trains wore
delayed many hours.
At Tunnel station, on the T. & O. C.
E., tho nqueduct carrying a stream
across the mouth of the tunnel, broke
with tho great weight of water and
flooded the tunnel to tho depth of six
feet The heavy timbers of tho aque
duct were driven entirely through tho
tunnel b3f the terrific rush of water.
The B. & O. east of Parkersburg also
suffered damage and trains are not yot
able to get through to Grafton. Sev
eral pump stations of tho Buckeye Plpo
Line -Co. are under water and temp
At seven o'clock Friday night a largo
crowd was at the foot of Front street
watching the steadily rising, waters.
The river at that time was above tho
25-foot mark and still creeping up at
the rate of a foot'an hqur. At Wheel
ing tho river Was '23 feet and rising
and all indications pointed to a 35 or 40
foot stage here.
Tho habit of the Muskingum rises,
usually holding up for two or tfireo
days, was the chief cause of uneasiness,
but tho latest from Zanesvlllo was to
the effect that the stieam at that point
At midnight tho marks showed 31
feet even and rising very slowly,
crawling up at the rate of not oyer
three inches an hour. This indicate?
that the top notch has been almost
reached and the danger of an overflow
on Front street is not even a remote
Taken in time Hood's Sarsaparilla
prevents serious illness by keening the.
blood pure ana ail tne organs in a
STEVE BRODIE OUTDONE.
llrltlgo Jumping; nt Reduced HntON by n
West Side Lud.
An urausing' occurrence yesterday on
the railroad bridge was the jumping
from that structure into the muddy
Muskingum, 23 feet below, of a West
Side lad who is a veritable water
nymph of the male pursuasion.
Some chums on the bridge bantered
tho boy to jump into the river from the
bridge, and he said he would do it for
a chow of tobacco. -The chew was
granted, and in ho went, and swam to
shoro like a duck. Coming back onto
tho bridge, ho was being wrung out by
the boys. He concluded ho wanted to
plunge again, and said he would do it
again for a bottle of beer. Tho dime
showed up immediately, and In the
chap went, and ho seemed to enjoy it
so did tho crowd hugely.
There is no other remedy on oarth so
simple, so effectual, so natural, in the
cure of summer complaint In all its
forms, as Dr. Fowler's Ext. of Wild
Unitarian Church. Subject: "Past
and Future." No service in the even
ing. Baptist Church. Tho morning topic
will be, "Pharasaic Righteousness and
Christian Righteousness." In tho even
ing the service will be Union, Rey.
Robert Lindsey, of Columbus, preach
ing. Presbyterian Church. In the absence
of the pastor, the pulpit in the morn
ing will be filled by Mr. E. C. Shedd.
In the evonlng the congregation will
worship with the Methodists. Other
services as usual. i
Harmar Congregational Church. Tho
morning service, 10:30, will be conduct
ed by Rey. R. S. Lindsay, pastor of
Eastwood Congregational Church of
Columbus. The evening servico at 7,
will be conducted by Rev. M. W, Acton.
Louisyillo , 7
Brooklyn . ,, ; o
Baltimore and St. Louis played 13 In
nings when a dlsputo arose and the
game was given to Baltimore, 0 to 0.
No other games.
Just What's Needed
Exclaims thousands of people who have
tartcn Hood's Sarsaparilla at this sea
son of the year, and whr havo noted
tho success of tho mediciue in giving
them relief from that tired' feeling,
waning appetlto and state of extreme
exhaustion after the close confinement
of a long winter soasoii, the busy time
atteudaut upon a large and pressing
business during tho spring months and
with vacation timo yet oomo weeks
distant It is thou that the building
up powers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are
fully appreciated. It seems perfectly
adapted to ovcrcomo that prostration
caused by change of season, climate or
life, and while it tones and sustains
the systom, it purifies and vitalizes the
6"l. "WrU" " -
When n little one Is
expected in the family how
lovingly the parents tlan
together for its futute well.
fare. tley sometimes even forecast its
education and career. Docs this seem
too early to anticipate while the child h
yet unborn? It isn't. The child's des
tiny has already been partly mapped out
by Nature according to the disposition
and habits of the parents. The best plan
a nioiner can make lor the iuture happi
ness of her unborn child is to maintain
her own cheerfulness and health while
her child's undeveloped being is still a
part, of hers. Her health at this critical
period Is of tremendous consequence to
tne nuie one s wnoie luture existence.
Every prospective mother will find direct
nourishment, comfort and sustaining
strength, in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription. It will maintain her vitality
uoui Douny aim mental ; siioneu me peri
od of confinement and make labor easy and
almost painless. It imparts strength and
elasticity to the organs concerned in par
turition, invests the mother with recuper
ative energy against any after period of
weakness and depression, and aids in the
secretion of healthy nourishment for the
child. It Is the unfailing cure of al "'fe
Dfar Dodot Your " Pnvorltp Preserintion ." lq
the best medicine to take before confinement
that can be round. It proved so with me. I
never suffered so little with any of my children
as I did with my last, and she is the healthiest we
have. When I began your treatment I could not
stand on my feet long enough to wash my dishc9
without suffering almost death i now I do all my
housework, washing, cooking, sewing, and every.
ming lor my iainny.
i Oaklfv Overton Co.. Tenn.
Dearness Not the Goal.
The silver men give away their caso
when, they say tJiat freo coinage will
"increase prices." The one nniver&al
human interest is cheapness. The ideal
condition would be one wherein all de
sirable things were produced wiUiout
any cost at all. Every advance towhrd
that condition that is to say, every
cheapening of the necessaries of life fa
a great gain for everybody. On the
other hand, every increase in the price
of the necessaries of life is a direct an'.'
grievous hurt to the people.
Mexico's Silver Dollar.
Mexico has free and unlimited coin
age, and yet tJio Mexican, silver dollar,
although laj'ger Uian ours, is quoted in
New York, Paris, London, and Berlin at
52 cents. Tt should be said also that in
Mexico it is worth hut 52 cents in gold,
and that it passes there and elsewhere
at its bullion value as measured by the
money of commerce.
BUS NE8S LOCALS.
fSMoKEV to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Iiuilding, Cor. 2nd nnd Putnam Sts.
taWANTUD Three or four roomi on first
floor, for light housekeeping. Inquire at
FoitS.it.E. At low price, a large and very
commodious business desk. Inquire at office
of J. A. I'lutuer, Putnam st. Can bo seen at
014 Fifth st. iwk
on first floor!
Four desirable furnished rooms
415 Second street. Ht
JST.indem for rent. The Hlg Tour Cycle
Co has a brand-new Viking Tandem which
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
ttirCIIAS. S. HART, 31. D oftlco and resi
dence No. SOS Putnam street. Telephone UOl.
CST-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist, Office In
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
SS-DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
OJlce 202 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
SfDR.W. M. HART, DKNTIST. Office 12
Putnam St.. between Front and Second.
(STdr. E. P. Enny, Dentist. Offlco
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
CS'-DR, GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
tttf-S. M. HARTDentist. Office over Wltt
lig's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
0 a.m. to 5 p.m.
t5?T0R SALE. Four young saddle horses,
lso good drivers, single or double. Perfectly
sound, kind and gentle. Also a farm. Inquire
at 321 Third street
EFOR SALE. College property on Fifth
astreet, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots In "Emerson Heights" Subdivi
sion and six acres adjoining' corp. line at low
prices. Several residence properties In the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Faim In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Call and see
us when looking for property.
Wabd & Stone,
255 Second Street.
FORSALiE An 8 room noucjon Third St,
t"C0O on monthly payments. Three new houses
fjooeacr. several iota instrecuers ouoaivi
ilon from KO to J200. A brsiness room on Put
nam St. t '".CO. The Meuser Tannery property
on Second St. lot COxlSO ft. JICOO will be 6old as
a whole or In strips, on paved street and good
ocaiion ior ouaiuess diocks.
, J. A. PLUMIll & SON,
, Cor. Putnam and Second Streets,
1 5?"WANTKD Salesmen to sell a first-class
bpccialty to the bicycle trade. We have an
entirely new article which tells on. wight.
Sp'ennen can make from $10 to J23per day.
'Write for particulars. Garland Novelty Mfg.
Co., Cleveland, C,
Ronl Estate tor Sale.
GEO. 11. SUNnEHIJVNn, 231 SECOND 8TUEET, OP
. POSJTE UNION DEPOT.
11 Good Houses on West Sldo, from 700 to
5 Vacant lots on Front street, $150 to tPO.
6 Lots on Dlghth and Washington, IC0O to
a Lots on Warren and r.lfAth. SIM to 400.
to Lots for sale on Weekly or Alombly pay
ment's, 10 Lota for salo la the Ohio Valloy sub-dlvl-jlon.
' 11 Houses near Uollcr Works nt a bargain.
3 Three-story business houses on Front St.
1 Flue Lot on Front street bolow Wooster.
1 House ot T Rooms ond lot 80x120 feet lo
cated close td Second street on Montgomery at
a Dargaln, 2,800.
f ' "Vxrf
How to Dress Wei! and
Subscribe for THE DELINEATOR, the best
complete stock of the Butterick Patterns.
Don't forget bur closing-out sale of Shirt
S. R.TURNER & CO.
THE FIEST OF THE
You'll bo surprised what a lot of Summer Underwear a Dollar will
buy. It's a price cut all along the line.
FIRST LOT Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest 20 for $1.00 or 5 cents each.
SECOND LOT Ladies' Swiss Ribbed Vest, good quality,' 1G for $1.00
or 6 cents each.
THIRD LOT Extra quality, tape finish, 10 for $1.00 or 10 cents
each, and so on through our stock.
The same in our Hosiery Department:
FIRST LOT Children's and Misses' Black Ribbed, full fashioned
and guaranteed fast black, 19 cents per pair or 3 pair for CO
cents; all sizes, regular price 25 cents per pair.
SECOND LOT Ladies' Black Lisle Thread Hose, full regular made,
38 cents a pair or 2 pair for 75 conts; retail anywhere for 50
cents per pair.
BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY.
The Standard Fashion, Sheets and
in and ready for distribution.
Just received for salo on commission a lot of first-class'
Sewing Machines very cheap, for cash.
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 tho procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Tho salo will continue till all surplus stock and suramer goods
have been sold. This sale offers a rare opportunity to supply your
self with seasonable and staple Dry Goods at reduced prices. We
find wo have too many goods and we must sell them before our Fall
Stock arrives. Please note the following for this week:
Wash Goods, Organdies and Dimities,
former price lSjtf and 15c, your choico
10c per yard.
DresS Ginghams, new patterns, former
price 8 and 10c, clearance sale prico Cc.
Ono lot White Quilts, worth $1.00, sale
Ono lot Corsets, former prico $1.0Q, salo
Ono lot Gingham Aprons at 10c each.
Many other goods are offered during this salo at less than first cost.
Gome at onco-beforo tho best thjngs are sold.
. .OTTO ' BROS.,
Wholesale and Retail.
119 and 121 Putnam St., Marietta, O.
of all the fashion
thus get at the foun
tain head of fashion
then come here for
your Dress Goods
and Trimmings and -thus
get at the foun
tain head of high
grade and stylish
Fashion Sheets are
now ready, and a
Publications for August are now
sk. w. -!. -&M. ! . jm . y. 'i!. &'!('
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
? -W ! ! -Ms- -sri" ww & w w- W- -in-
Bleached Linen Damask Towels, regu
lar prico 40c, for this sale 25c
Ladies' Percale Wrappers, worth S1.U5
and 81.35, special salo prico SI. 00.
Ladies' White Shirts, 29 and 50c, regu.
lar prico DO and 75c.
Extra sino Turkish Hath Towels,
lilcachcd, only 25c each.
Ladies Silk Waists at $2.50, worth S3.50.