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THE BULL'S EYE
Is easy to carry.
Is easy to use.
Is simple in construction.
Can bo loaded in daylight as often as
For sale by
ThJ MariettaPicture Man.
!-Ve will finish pictures or furnish
The Largest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for $5.00.
For Sale by
THE .IEWELEK I
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Better not buy a
Bicycle until you
see what goes in
Is a boon to the hot, tired, thirsty wo
man who worries through many visits
to many stores on a hot day in search
of what she wants. There should bo
rests between these visits, and the rest
ing should be done at our Soda Foun
tain. , . ,
IRON-TONE and fruit syrups drinks
nre wonderfully refreshinR to tired
people on a hot day.
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Closil Out Sale!
Here is your chance to get a good
One Gents' wheel, list $100.00,
for $55.00. "' Q
' One Gents' wheel, list $8i.00,
for $50!00. - -
One Ladies' wheel, list $85.00,
One Gents' wheel, list $75.00,
W. R. Koerner.
GEO, STHECKER. HKNHT STllEGEB
GEO. STREGKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
reDalrtng Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this Hoe.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Offlce and works on West Side,
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1895
PERSONAL AND LOCAL
Hlver Side Park is half way be
tween Malta and Zanesvlllo on the ',.
& O. R. Ry. Uig base ball game Sun
day, August Hth.
The polico aro investigating a dis
turbance which occurred on tho West
Side Wednesday night and some arrests
will probably bo made today.
When tho fire department came
down Putnam streot and erossed the
bridge Thursday evening a number of
persons in vehicles on Front streot
wore guilty of criminal carelessness in
driving down to the bridge and turn
ing on 'to' the appro'ach at a high rate
of speed, tho street intersection being
thronged with, people. Luckily no
Twenty-fiye hundred is not an un
rousonable estimate of people who
turned out last evening to enjoy the
free concert at Muskingum Park. The
money Invested by council in these
concerts is cortainly well spent.
The trial of William Sweeny,
charged with stealing old brass from
tho T. & O. C. Ex. Railway, was held
before Mayor Meisenhelder Thursday.
A decision will bo rendered this morn
ing. Tho Bryan free silver club which
will be organized at Marshall Hall to
night will be addressed by General
So far we have heard of no pockets
being picked on circus day. This is
only remarkable because a lew years
ago every circus on the road carried a
full complement of thieves and bunco
men. John Robinson evidently don't
The good work of adding names to
tho roll of the Marietta republican
club still goes on and tho membership
is now over two hundred. Many of
them have been Democrats, too.
If the baseball management could
have a few more audiences like that of
Thursday, the financial success of tho
organization would be assured. Four
hundred and twenty-fiye people paid at
Mrs. W. S. Pattin and son Tom loft
Thursday for New York city, where
they will spend two weeks visiting
Mrs. L. W. Terburgh, who has been
visiting relatives in Marietta for sey
eral weeks, returned homo to Pittsburg
The Marietta Bone and Phosphate
Company has started up in good shape
under tho new management.
Captain Oscar Webster expects to
raise steam on his new boat t,croy
Saturday. In all probability she will
be put in the old Zanesville-Parkers-burg
trade. The hull of the boat was
built at Lavana and the cabin, boilers
and engines put on here. She is ex
pected to prove yery fast.
The second section of the Robinson
circus train was wrecked at Hobby's
Hill Thursday morning by a car of
horses jumping the track. It was sev
eral hours before the car could be re
placed on the rails and the show was
delayed at Caldwell in consequence.
The northbound passenger train on the
C. & M. was also delayed several hours
by the accident
During tho month of July Mayor
Meisenhelder turned into the city treas
ury the sum of $147. '25 collected from
fines and licenses.
Samuel Warren, an old soldier aged
7a years, died at his homo near tho city
on Thursday. He had been a sufferer
from bowel trouble. Funeral Friday
at 2 oclock p. m. and burial in Oak
Cheap excursion to Riverview Park,
Sunday August 0th, $1.00 round trip.
Big base ball game. Marietta vs. Zanes
.ville. Excursion train will leave Union
Depot 12 o'clock noon, Sunday, return
ing, leave Riverview Park immediately
after the game.
Wesleyan methodist sacred meet
ing at the Fair Grounds Saturday at 7
p. m. and continuing two Sundays.
A party was given last evening at
Capt. M. F. Noll's, Fourth street In
honor of Miss Maud Lankard, of Wheel
ing, tho guest of Miss Ida Noll.
Mr. W. M. Dearth and family, Gil
man street, will leave today for Bever
ly to remain a few weeks.
The shantyboat must go. That is,
if tho river men hayo their way. Pitts
burg has passed an ordinance prohibit
ing shanty boats from mooring within
the city limits. Nearly every piratical
"deed on thcjrlver Is traced to ahapty-
Doai, ana us a jreuuent occurrence
murderers and other crimlnalsare'tiitl
eel in'dofeating ju'stico through theso
shantyboatmen secreting tho pursued
by floating away under cover of dark
ness. In times of steamboat accidents
river men have more trouble In fight
ing shantyboatmen than they bavo in
saving tho lives of passengers. The
shantyboatman is the first at a scene of
disaster, not to extend a helping hand,
but to pillage and rob the unfartunato
dead. Boatmen will, all along tho
river, endeavor to drive these, people
from their vicinity. Journal.
Mrs. Jamea Creelmau loft Thursday
for New York City to join her husband.
Mr. Will Angert, who has been vis
iting relatives here, will leave tomor
row for Cincinnati.
Reynolds and Donahno will ho the
battory for Marietta in todny'sgame.
School Commissioner O. T. Corson,
of Columbus, Is in tho city, and will
lecture before tho Normal School to
day. A. B. White, editor of tho Parkers
burg Journal, is in tho city.
Messrs. F. and Charles Dunlap, of
Wheeling, are registered at tho Belle
yue. C. C. Harrison was a business visi
tor in the city Thursday.
W, B. Grier. of Parkersburg, was in
tho city Thursday.
The Marietta base ball players who
weie here Monday and Tuesday aro
perfec't gentlemen both on and off the
diamond. They came up hero with the
expectation of carrying oil the honors
of course, but took their defeat with
the best grace possible. In speaking of
Umpire Morgan they said that ho was
the best man they eyer had to umpire,
a game for them. Cambridge Jeffer-
Wednesday noon three brothers
named Tittle wont into the ofilco of T.
it O. C. Agent George Vanvaley at
Broadwell and while intoxicated at
tempted to take charge of the business.
Mr. "Vanvaley ordered themoutand up
on their refusal to go ejected the whole
trio. During tho struggle which fol
lowed one of the Tittle boys wasstruck
on the head by a car-sealer which the
agent picked up, and was seriously
bruised. A few hours later Mr. Van
valey locked up and boarded tho train
for Marietta. As the train passed one
of the Tittles threw a large boulder,
which struck the brakeman, but did no
Miss Daisy Clark, of Cambridge,
who has been tho guest of the family
of Sheriff Dye for several weeks, left
Thursday for Zanesyille, where she
will visit relatives.
Miss Carrie Brown, who has been
visiting friends here, was called home
on account of the death of her aunt
and left over the Ohio River road
Miss Snodgrass came up from Park
ersburg Thursday to bo the guest of
Miss May Riley.
The fire department was called ou,t
Thursday evening about 0 o'clock on ap
alarm from the hardware store of
Winsor & Dye, on Gilraan street The
alarm was caused by an exploding
lamp, but the bla.e was extinguished
before the department arrived.
Miss Moore, of Clarksburg, W. Va.,
who has been the guest of Miss Myrtle
Williams, returned home Thursday.
Frank Ketter is here from Colum
bus visiting friends.
George Plumer and sister Jennio
nre visiting friends and relatives at
Mrs. W. P. Cutler left Thursday
for Chicago, where she will visit her
sister for several weeks.
Adam Gildow and Paul McMillen
were before the Mayor Thursday for
drunkenness and each was fined $2 and
Mrs. Philetus Alden, of this city,
died of cancer at South Ollvo Wednes
day, haying gone to that town recently
to yislt relatives. She had been a pa
tient sufferer for a long time and
leaves many friends to mourn her
death. Funeral at South Oliyn Friday.
John Lee, an employe at Becker's
Planing Mill, got his left hand caught
in a joiner Thursday and received seri
ous lacerations. It was found neces
sary to amputate the second fingor on
account of the bono being crushed,
lieo lives at Central City, W. Va.
Captain Bay's new boat has been
named the Kanawha. When finished
she will be one of the finest on the
river. Her cabin, boilers and machin
ery were built here.
George Lehmer, of Cow Run. has
purchasee a lot on Washington street,
near Fifth, and contemplates the erec
tion of a fine residence.
The lecture of Prof. E. K. Barnes
was delivered before the teachers In
attendance at the Normal Institute
Thursday evening on the High School
campus and was an instructive effort,
attentively listened toby all present.
Mrs. Louis Mueller and children,
of Anniston, Ala., are visiting friends
and relatives in Marietta and will re
main several months.
Hayes Purcell, of Lancaster, has
been signed as a pitcher by tho Mari
etta management. He will arrive to
day. The now boat Argand will enter
tho Marietta-Middleport trade next
week and will make trips alternately
.with the Valley Belle.
Mr. Oliver Mjllor, on of the best
known farmers in tho west end of 'the
county, died suddenly Thursday morn
ing while out working with two of his
sons. Ho had been in npprrent good
health and fell without warning, ex
piring immediately. His death is sup
posed to have been duo to heart failure
or tho excessive heat. Mr. Miller was
a man with a largo cirelo of frionds
and acquaintances and leaves a largo
IIiidilen'iiArn ca Salvo,
Thb Best Salve In tho world for
Outs, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheuni, Favor Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains,. Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfoot satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 26 cents per box.
For sale by W. H. Styer.
AN OPEN LETTER
From a Government Official Interest
ing Testimony from the Depart
ment of Secretary of State
Mr. A. P. Gale is at present engaged
in tho Department of Secretary of
State, and is well known in Flint,
Mich., -as his homo is at Atlas P. O.,
near that city. The following letter,
written by Mr. Gale, will interest many
"Gn.NTf.MiK.v: For over ten years, for
more or less of the time, I have bejn a
sufferer from kidney trouble, and nt
times have been so bad ns to be unable
to lie in bed at night on account of the
very severe pain across the small of my
back, and for tho past two years I hayc
oeen rapiuiy growing worbo, until I be
came discouraged, and felt that unless
I could get some help soon mv chances
for life were pretty slim. The urine
wus very highly colored, and at times
deposited a red sediment. This con
tinued until it was almost impossible
for mo to perform my work in tho office,
while at times I was compelled to quit
work entirely. This condition lasted
until about a month ago, when I saw
your advertisement of Doan's Kidney
Pills, and concluded to try them,
though without much faith of receiving
any benefit, but, to my great surprise,
before I had taken half a dozen doses I
felt so much relief that I began to bo
encouraged; and now, after using six
boxes, I am sure that they will do just
what you claim for them. I have also
recommended them to friends in the
office with me who complained as I did,
and they claim tho same results from
them that I have experienced. I was
afraid of them at first for fear they
would act as a purgative, but I had no
trouble of that kind from the use of
them. Doan's Kidney Pills have bene
fitted me so much that I feel very grate
ful to you.
(Signed.) A. P. Gai.e,"
Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price fiO cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn Co. Buffalo, N. Y
sole agents for the United States. Re
member the name DOAN'S and take
Baseball In Drcns Salts.
At Middletown, Conn., the students
of Weslryan coHege had a game o
baseball nt four o'clock in the morning.
The players had been to their societies'
banquets, and played in their dress
Old people who require medicine to
regulate tho bowels and kidneys will
find the true remedy in Electric Bit
ters. This medicine does not stiuulate
and contains no whiskey or other in
toxicant, but acts as a tonic and alter
ative It acts mildly on the stomach
and bowels, adding strength and giv
ing tone to tho organs, thereby aiding
Nature in the performance of the func
tions. Electric Bitters is an excellent
appetier and aids digestion. Old peo
ple nnu it just exactly wnattney neea.
Price fifty cents and $1.00 per bottlo at
W. H. Styer's Drug Store.
Executor's Notice of Appointment.
Notice Is hereby clven that the underslimed
has been duly appointed and qualllled as Ex
ecutor of the. estate of Chas. W. Ward, late of
Washington Count-, Ohio, deceased.
July si Sv. J. W. WAI1I).
t2f"13 desirable building lots for saleonPlUe
Street, close to the new boiler factory. Water
and gas lu front of plat, teiras easy, prices
moderate, title perfect. J. L. Guyion,
Aug. 7 Gts.D- Room 10, Law Building.
S3TTwo desirable furnished rooms for rent
at 42" Second street,
SysioNEY to Loan. Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
SSTTandera for rent. The Hlg Four Cycle
Co has a brand new Vlltlng Tandem w hlch
they offer for rent to responsible and careful
BSTCHAS. S. HART, M. D., offlce and resi
dence No. SOU Putnam street. Telephone 20(1.
DR. T, S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
JS'-DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
BT-DR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. OHce '12
Putnam St.. between Front and Second.
&DR. E. F. EDDy, Dentist. Offlce 804
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
tayiUcycle for sale. In good condition. $17.
Must be-sold by Aug. 12th. 403 Third street.
Aug. 4 St.
"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
ears. M. HART, Dentist. Offlce over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. in. to 5 p. m.
JttfiT-FOR RENT. Sir new rooms on Sev
enth street, between Butler and Greene,
plumbed for water and gas. Apply to J. Gedel
or at the residence.
SFOR SALE. College property on Fifth
abtreet, opposite Mound Cemetery, on eaBy
terms. Xotrfln "Emerson Heights" Sub-dlvl-ston
and six acres adjoining corp. Una at low
prices. Several residence properties in he
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm ln'pei
catur Tp, for saie or exchange. Call and pee
us when looking for property.
WAnn & Stonk,
26 Second Street.
FOR Sale An s room uouse on Third St ,
J2000 on monthly payments. Three new houses
K0O each. Several lots In Streclters Subdivi
sion from tso to 1200. A business room on Put
nam St. 11200. The Meuser Tannery property
on Second St. lot OOxltO ft. jsooo will be sold as
a whole or in strips, on paved street and good
ocatlon for business blocks.
J, A Pldmeii & Son,
Cor, Putnam aud Second Streets.
Roal Estnto for Sato.
oeo. n, snNDEniJiND, 231 second stueet, op.
TOSITE UNION DErOT,
7 Houses on Front Btreet I1.T00, 1,800, 2,000,
2, COO, 3,000.
Second street tl.TOO. J.000.
12 Room House below liutler street J3.000.
Third street, 0 Houses, 1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,800, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street Jl.000. 1,800, 2,800, B,000.
Fifth street 1300. 2,000, 8,030.
Sixth street l,RO0. 2 000, 2,(00.
Warren street 1700, 800, 900, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, f 1,200. lot 1W by ISO.
With Cord and Patent Pulleys for attaching to
the Ceiling. These are of full size and superi
Full stock of Common Mosquito Nets.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
The Second and
Now is the chance for those 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 the
worse for that. If your size,
style and kind is amoug them
you're in luck, for tho prices
are cut entirely loose from tho
172 FRONT STEEET.
Join tho 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.
Eemember the place, at
J, W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Hank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention glvon lo com
pounding of Proscriptions.
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 tho Mantel and Grate Line 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 over brought
to Marietta. Every word of this is true and you can verify it by
calling on us at 404 Third Street.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.
8i DT O
jsn. M. .MA. .MA. Mt. t.
Last July Sale.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
Not a question of worth but
what prices will sell them. It
wiil 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
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis-