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THE BULL'S EYE
Is easy to carry.
Is-onsy to use.
Is simple in construction. '
Can be loaded in iluylliht ns often as
For snle by
The Marietta Picture Man.
E"Wo will finish pictures or furnish
The Largest 1'icturo nnd the Smallest
Camera Combined for ?5.00.
For Sale by
THK .IKWEl.KIt !
129x Putnam streot, Marietta, Ohio.
Two More Samples Left.
Ono ladies' Liberty, list $100, now $03.50
One gents' Viltinp, " $100, " 870.00
Wo also received last night
18 Eclipse, 8100 list, which will (jo atS50.
I Ono gents' Kankakee, list ?00, will go
at 825. 00.
lOnc ladies' Dutchess, list ?G0, will go at
BThree Juvenile wheels at $25.00.
Now is the chance to get a wheel at
the right price.
Big Four Cycle Go.,
11!) Front street.
BJ. C. Saner. R. K. Kace. .1. M. Williams.
a n. linnn to the hot. tired, thirsty wo-
nan who worries through many visits
Lo "many stores on a hot day in search
hi what bhe wants. There should be
ests between these visitb, and the rest
ncr should be done at our Soda Foun
tain. . .
IRON-TONE and fruit syrups annus
ire wonueriuny retresning 10 ureu
peoplo on u hot day.
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
t&'- aw.aW -MsMfe!:':!:
Iii? i'?1!?? ?!? - -?! i'tf i- -! -s-tt-
Closing Out Sale!
I Here is your chance to got a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
One Gents' wheel, list ,$85.00,
One Ladies' wheel?, list ,$85.00,
WOiie Gents' wheel, list $75.00,
W. R. Koerner.
GEO. SIHECKEU. HENRY STOECKin
GEO. STREGKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary ana Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks ana
biivlna Boilers In the oil fields. . We employ
none but the best mechanics in wis line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
MONDAY. AUGUST 3, liltJO
PKKSUNAL ANI LOCAL
Chief Deputy U. S. Marshul Mason,
of Columbus, was in the city Sunday
Mrs. Elliott ii in Marietta with
somo high-clnss perfumes and toilet
water and will call on the ladies in the
next few days.
Mr. Joseph T. Jones surprised his
many friends Sunday evening, tlio 2d,
by takirfg to himself a wife in the per
son of Miss Clara "L. Weyrich, of this
City. The Rev. Dr. John lloyd, of tho
St Luke's Episcopal church, performed
the ceremony In tho presonco of a fav
ored few. After the ceremony the
newly wedded couploileft on tho 111 &"
O. train for Oakland, Maryland, and
other eastern points, to remain about
a month. Both Mr. Jones and his
bride are well known In Marietta, hav
ing lived hero all their lives, and they
lmyo hosts of friends who will hasten
to extend their congratulations and
best wishes for their happiness.
II. II. Shaw, bookkeeper of the Oil
Well Supply Store nt Corning, spent
Sunday with friends in the city.
John Taggart, of the River Gas
Co., was at Parkersburg Sunday, the
guest of friends.
Henry Walker has returned from
Cleveland, where he has been spending'
his vacation, and has resumed his
duties in the Oil Well Supply store.
Fred Schilling, a young boy aged
about 12 years, was arrested by Mar
shal Parlin Saturday on a warrant
charging him with pilfering old brass
from Unger's warehouse on Oilman
street. He will have a hearing before
Mayor Meiscnhelder this morning.
A warrant has been issued for tho
arrest of William Sweeny, aged 10
years, for alleged theft of old brass
fromj the T. & O. C. Ex. railroad.
Mrs. Wrn. Johnson, who has been
tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Cram,
durinc the summer, left Sunday for
her home at Ironton, accompanied by
Miss Myra Finch. Mrs. Johnston,
much to tho gratification of her tnany
friends, has'almost recovered from tho
injuries received recently by being
struck by a runaway horse.
J. M. Sands, of Parkersburg, was
in he city Sunday.
Hall Mason, of Parkersburg, was
the guest of friends in Marietta Sun
B. F. Wood is home from Mt. Clem
ens, Mich. On the return journey ho
attended tho races at Detroit and
Cleveland and saw Oudan finish with
the bunch in 2:11.
The Virginia passed down Sunday
with her usual big trip of passengers.
Prof. M. It. Andrews expects to
leave today for Texas,
The Rov. Mr. Smith of the West
Side Congregational Church, preached
at Rainbow yesterday afternoon, and
Dr. Dickinson preached at Deyol's
School House. Both gentlemen were
at Unionyille Church last ovening.
Engineer Burt Williams, of tho B.
& O. S. W., has been off duty for a few
days on account of illness.
Miss Bessie Neptune, who has been
attending the business college here,
left Saturday to spend a short vacation
at her home at Highland, W. Va.
Phil. Bachman and William Wlth
uin are home from Mt. Clemens, Mich.
Miss Kate Minshall will leave to
night for hor homo in Danville, Illinois.
Mr. Lawrence Buell, of Detroit, is
visiting his mother, Mrs. E. W. Buell,
The Free Methodists will hold a
camp, meeting at Lowell, beginning
August 11th and closing tho 18th.
There will be preaching threo times a
day during the meeting. No fee will
be collected at tho gate. Expenses will
bo raised by free will offering.
Contractor Berrj now at work on
Third street, this city, has bejn award
ed tho contract for 15,000 square yards
of street paving at Athens.
Mr. C. J. Vanvaley is off duty at
the Union Dcpot,on account of tho ill
ness of his wife.
Misses Nellie and Edith Huntley,
of Pomoroy, are guests of their sister,
Mrs. P. L. Stowe.
Miss Hester Smith is spending n
two weeks vacation at her old homo at
Judge n. L. Sibley nnd wife left
Saturday for Coolvillo to attend tho
q Mrs. Jane Ross, mother of Mrs. II.
J. Miller, this city, died last week at
her homo at Allegheny, Pa. ,
And now Cambridge has tho chain
pionshlpbce. Tho "Jefforsonian" says:
"The, Cambridge and Marietta ball
elubs wl'.l play two games hero next
week on Monday and Tuesday. These
games will be to decide tho champion
ship of Eastern and South Eastorn Ohio.
Marietta recently won two games from
the Parkersburg team thus scouring
tho championship of tho Ohio Valley.
Cambridge and Marietta are now at a
Mrs. Wayno Ogle, and daughter
Blanche, of Marietta, and Mrs. Muggio
Brady, of Garden Grove, Iowa, aro the
guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Cain on
N. Sixth street.-Cambrldgo Jeffer
Mr. Jack Lindsay, of Pittsburg, Is
in the city.
Mr. Junics Holdcn, Front street,
does , not Improve in health as his
friends have hoped he might Ho Is
still confined lo his room.
Thoro will bo a Grove Meeting un
der the auspices of tho-Belpre Univer
sal 1st Church, In Conkloton's- grove,
Dunham, O., August Qth. Services at
11 a. m. and 2 p. in. Basket dinner at
12:30 sun time. Rev. E. A. Coil, of tho
Marietta Unitarian Church will assist
thu pastor. Come and enjoy tho
Miss lsabelle Anderson, of Pnrkors
burg, Is visiting friends at Vincent, O.
Forty men have been laid off from
the B. & O. shops 'at ChilHcotho ns a
means of retrenchment.
For lack of water ih the boilers of
tho light plant, there were no electric
lights last night, and the city was
placed in darkness.
A young man was passing down
East Greene street last evening, when
a lady called to him : "Whero aro tho
union services this evening?". The
young man, misunderstanding, thought
she asked : "Where aro you In "service
this evening ?" responded protpptly, "At
the Leader Offlce.". Somo fun was had
at tho young man's expense until mat
ters were explained.
Fred Wittllg has a new mount, the
"Old Hickory." The frame of tho
wheel is of hickory wood, laminated,
and the diamond is ono piece running,
with no -joints visible. The wheel is
finished in antique oak, and is beauti
fully decorated with stamped steel.
A novelty, It is indeed, and it is said to
mark an era in wheel-making.
Murlettn Defeuti Slsterailllo by n Scoro
of IHeven to XothliiK,
Marietta and Sistersvllle broke even
on their series of games last week,
each winning one and, the third being
stopped with tho score a tie. Tho first
game Saturday was won by a scoro of
11 to 0. But six innings were played
in order to allow timo for the second
Followiqg is tho score:
MARIETTA, All II
Hutchins, r,b u 1
Shiers, lb 3 1
McCammon, If 4 1
Williams, 2b 4 1
Legge, ss :) 1
McCallistor, rf 4 0
Brown, cf 2 2
Taylor, c 4 1
Taylor, p ;i 2
Donahue, rf 0 1
Totals SO 11 12
SISTEIISVIIXE. AB II 111
Duffy, If 0 ",
Massy, cf S, 0 0
Prince, c...". 15 0 0
Leonard, lb 3 0 1
Haddox, rf IS 0 2
Flading, 2b 3 0 0
Hare, ss . .' 2 0 0
Glusgow, b 1 0 0
Irwin, p 1 0 0
1 18 4
0 15 8
Scoro by innings:
Marietta 0 2 2 0 7 011
Sistersyillo 0 0 0 0 0 00
Summary: Earned runs Marietta 2.
Two-base hits S. Taylor, J. Taylor.
Double play Leggo to Williams to
Shiers. Bases-on balls off Taylor 1,
off Irwin 4. Hit by pitcher by Taylor
1, by Irwin I. Stolon bases Shiers,
Legge, Brown 2, Flading. Struck out
by Taylor 1, by Irwin 2. Loft on
bases Marietta 9, Sistersville (. Pass
ed balls Prince 2. Time, 1:25. Um
It was necessary to Dtop the second
game in the fifth inning to allow tho
Mariettas to catch the train for home.
Neither side had been able to score.
Marietta goes to Cambridge this
morning for two games with that city's
nine. Legge has been released and
Grillin, who has been playing short
stop for Zanesvillo will join the team
I!lc l'ump Compelled to Shut Down for
Thu pump at tho water works station
gave out Sunday forenoon and tho
water supply of the city was neces
sarily cut off, with tho oxcoption of the
reserve supply in the tanks. Tho
trouble is duo to the long continued
high stage of tho Ohio river, tho small
pump provided to keep tho pit free of
water being unequal to tho task. The
big pump has consequently been run
ning under water for several days and
at tho time it gave out was 14 feet be
low tho surfaco of the muddy fluid. Its
stoppage was caused by tho sand and
dirt in tho water cutting out the pack
ing. Sunday afternoon a steam pump was
secured to clear he pit und allow tho
needed repairs to be made, and at a
late hour Sunday night wo were prom
ised tho usuul pressure some timo this
The reduction of pressuro caused by
the shut down left the city without
adeauato fire protection, but tho two
old steamers were Immediately put in
shape by tho department, ready for
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters ns a remedy for
your troubles? If not, got a bottle
now and get relief. This medicino has
been found to bo perfectly adapted to
tho relief and euro of all Feraalo Com
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in
fluence In giving strength and tone to
tho organs. If you have Loss of Appe
tite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting
Spoils, or are Nervous, Sleepless, Ex
citable, Molancholy or troubled with
Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is tho
medicino you need. Health and
Strength aro guaranteed by its use.
Fifty cents ana S1.00 at W, II. Styer's
AFTER THE WAR.
A Story of tho Suffering's of a Promi
nent Pennsylvania Attorney.
From Plttstmre Post.
Instances by tho hundreds can bo
found all over the country of men who
went Into the war of tho rebellion
strong und healthy and came out phys
ically wrecked. The discomforts and
exposures of thoso four awful years left?
with them a legacy of diseaso that Is
bringing them ono by one to thetr
graves. And yet somo' aro finding re
lief, eyen at this late date. One ot the
most interesting cases of this sort is
that of John 1. Donnan, a prominent
pension claim attorney of Burgetts
town, Pa. Mr. Donnan suffered tor
tures from troubles resulting from dis
ordered kidneys nnd has been cured by
that never-failing remedy, Doan's Kid
ney Pills. His story is an exceptional
ly interesting one.
"When I began taking Doan's Kid
ney Pills a few months ago," he said,
"1 Bhd not eaten bread or any other
starchy food, or fats of any kind, for
nearly two years. For a long while I
had been treated for disorders of the
stomach and had taken quite a variety
of strong tonics, peptones and other
similar medicines without any appreci
able results. To begin with, 1 am a
total physical wreck, having, while
serving with Sherman in his Georgia
campaign, contracted pneumonia,
which resulted in the entire consolida
tion of my right lung, curvature of tho
spine, and heart diseabe, for which I
have been drawing a pension for more
than SO years. These organic diseases
are, of course, Incurable, but I have
been convinced recently that my gastric
trouble was due alone to kidney disor
der. My father was a medical practi
tioner hero for 50 years, and I have read
quite a good deal on the subject of med
icine, and so was able to diagnose my
"At tho time I began to use Doan's
Kidney Pills my urine was scant, high
ly colored and strong smelling; I was
"pale, tongue heavily coated, llesh soft
and flabby, had a poor appetite, and
rested poorly at night. My weight
was 110 pounds. After using Doan's
lvianev nils lor two months, 1 can
cheerfully testify to their remarkable
worth. My weight has increased near
ly 10 pounds, flesh is much firmer, urine
normal, color good and appetite excel
lent. I can now eat my favorite pork
and beans without the slightest distress
I sleep like a child and am in every
way as well as it will ever be possible
for me to get. I recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills to my friends and com
rades on all occasions."
You can get Doan's Kidney Pills at
your druggist's at 50 cents a box, or
they will be sent postpaid on icceipt of
price by Foster-Milburn Co., sole
agents, Buffalo, N. Y.
Sunstrolcrs nt ItlrinlnRlinm.
Bir.Mi.NOHAM, Ala., Aug. 1. Birming'
hum recorded two cases of sunstroke
Friday, one of which proved fatal and
the other is in a precarious condition.
The thermometer registered 100 in the
shade at 1 p. m. I. M. Gibbs, repre
senting tho Brown Williamson Tobacco
Co., of Winston, N. C, was stricken at
4 p. in. and died at S p. m. A Negro
girl, 15 years old. was stricken at 2 p.
m. and still lies in a precarious condi
tion, she also having lockjaw. A high
wind and heavy electric .storm occurred
at nightfall, after which the weather
became clear and warm.
tSTSIONEY to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Ilutldlng, Cor. Sad and Putnam Sts.
SjSTvo desirable furnished rooms for rent.
Inquire at No. 425 Second Street.
K3-WANTED. A Piano, to rent by tho
month. Will pay good price for a suitable In
strument. Inquire at Leadeii Office.
jyMoney to loan. J500 Inqulro of J. L.
Guyton, at B. K. Guyton's olHce, Putnam
jSTTandem for rent. The nig Four Cycle
Co has a brand-new Vlklug Tandem which
they offer for rent to lesponslble and careful
KB-CHAS. S. HART, M. D ofllcfl and resl'
dence No. S00 Putnam street. Telephone 201).
,E7-Dn. T. S. WARD, DentHt.
Law Building, rooms 7 and S.
J3TDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 20J Front Street, ovor WeU' Grocery.
CS?""DU. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
psDn. E. P. Enny, nentlat OHee C04
Front ati eet, oppoFlto SoMIera Monument.
SDR. GALLAOHER Diseases of tho eyo
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
OFS. M. HART, Dentist, Office over Witt
Hg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
!) a. in to 3 p. m.
Bgy-FOR RENT. Six new rooms on Sev
enth btreet, between Butler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J, Gedel
or at the residence.
5TK0R SALE. College property on Fifth
astreet, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots in "Emerson neights" Sub-division
and six acres adjoining corp. lino at low
prices. Several residence propel ties In the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm In De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Call and see
Us w hen looking for property.
WAltD & Stone,
2S5 Second Street.
FOR SALE An s room uousoon Third St.
12000 on monthly payments. Three new houses
tiou eacn. several lots in streciters ououivi
ilnn from &S0 to 1200. A business room on Put-
nam St. JI200. TheMeuser Tannery property
on Second 8t. lot COxlSO ft. $5000 will bo sold as
a wnoie or in strips, on pavea street ana gooa
ocatlon for business blocks.
J. A. Plumeu i Son,
Cor. Putnam and Second Streets.
Real Estate for Sale.
OEO. 11. SUNDEW.AND, 231 SECOND ST11EET, OP
POSITE UNION DEPOT,
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1,800, 2,000,
Second street (1,700, 3,000.
12 Room House below Ilutler street SI.COO.
Third street, 0 Houses, (1,000, 1.2C0, 1,600,
Fourth street 11,000, 1,800, 2,300, 5,000.
Fifth Btreet (300. 2,000, 8,000.
Sixth street Jl.ROO, 2.000, 2,600.
Warren street J700, 800, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, (1,200, lot ISO by ISO.
Too often cheapness
is cheapness combined
SUITS AT 85 CENTS.
them--only too many.
$1.75, now 85c which
much less than the material would cost you.
M$i Jf. m
A few left of the job lot of White Bed Spreads
at 50c--wonderful value, full size, really
worth 75 cents.
Special bargains scattered all through the
store. Come and see them.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The Second and
Now is the chance for thoso who have been waiting to get good
goods for almost a song.
We have left from the First July Sale some Odd Lots and Tail
Ends from every department, we have ticketed and marked at prices
Broken Lots and Ends of Silk.
Good waste lengths among them.
Some at one-half regular prices.
A call will convince you that
they are at clean-up prices.
The Last of the Shirt Waists.
Mostly broken lots but none tho
worse for that. If your size,
style and kind is among them
you're in luck, for the prices
are cut entirely loose from the
172 FRONT STREET.
Join the tluong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you. want nice papen at very
lowest PKI0K3 do not fail to
join tho procession.
Remember the place, at
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
12S Front Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nnt'l Hank,
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
You are cordially invited to call
and see our line of
Mantels, Tile and Grates,
Yours most respectfully,
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third St., Marietta, Ohio
means trash, but here
with excellence. DUCK
Nothing wrong with
We have sold them at
is less than half and
The Shirt Waists are
going at the closing out
prices we have adver
tised. You should not
miss this chance. Shirt
Waists at 25, 38, 50c and
up all far below orig
Last July Sale.
Parasols and Sun Umlrellas.
Not a question of worth but
what prices will sell them. It
will pay you to be among the
first; the pick is worth some
thing. Broken Lots of Hosiery and
Odd dozens and half dozens all
out on the counter and they're
not going back on the shelves
with our consent. We haven't
space to quote prices, but call
and note the reductions and
you're sure to take some home
MMU Jl .XU 41
AW. AM. Al AW- AM- A'- AW. AM- A'jA V. A'SAt. Al'-
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Uutler Sts.
Jl;. AWj AW. Ali. AK; $1 Al V AW. AW. AW- AW. aW. A3,',
-si" "its- vw ! w '.i?-?? viS-vJPvi- Vk-
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
omce and works on wes out,