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Eorybody invited to visit us on tnis auspicious occasion, uuraoors aio wiaoopon nnu our largo salesrooms aro decorated with tho choice stutls and fabrics, lingorio and novelties in tho Dry Goods, Notions and Furnishing Goods departments, Tho artistic boautio3 in tho Jowelry, Dranorv and Embroidery dopartmonts. Tho wondors in values surprises m every uuy goous, Clothing, Shoes, Ha.ts, Linen. a.rvti voDomestic Departmcnts. Tho tasto and skill shown In decorations and bhapes in China and Glasswnro Dopartmonts. Tho artistic beauty slnwn in Wnll Paper, Carpet and Rug De partments. Tho tomptine; appeals to jour nppotito in luscious sweots in our Confectionary department, and tho nclo-is tempting but strong appetizers in our Grocory dopartment, But the charm thsxt cxsts its spell over the whole, a.nd tha.t appeals to the individual with irrestible pow er is vThe Very Low Prices MaLde U 4 I a w id (THR.EE 169-171 Front Street. Toledo, Ohio. Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Well Supplies, Boilers, Engines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores in all oil fields. Long Distance 'Phone 237. Store &jrd Warehouse, NO, J 34 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO. The Roosevelts. Tho Louisville "Couiler-Journal" re calls the Interesting histoilcal fact that It as President Roosevelt's great uncle, Nicholas J, Roosevelt, who In connection with Fulton and R. It. Livingston, of New York, built tho New Orleans at Pittsburg, tho first steamboat which navigated tho West ern waters," Captain Roosevelt com manded It when In December, 1811, It arrived at Louisville, and made the trip from Now Orleans in fourteen days. Ho was tho inventor of the ertical steamboat wheel, as admitted by Fulton in litigation attending his claim for a patent. On the maternal side, President Roosevelt is decended from a noted Georgia family, .his mother being a native of that state, and Is connected with Georgians con spicuous In all the wars of the Repub lic from, tho revolutionary war to the war- of tho rebellion. - Special to tho Leader. Wheeling. W. Va., Sept. 21. It was learned today that the action of tho American Sheet Steel Company in dis mantling one of its mills at the Aetna Standard plant and taking the ma chinery to Vandcrgrift, Penn., during the strike waa only a bluff. Prepara tions arc being made to return the ma chinery t Ua oJ4 abidjng place. shown in our Novolty dopartmonts. Tho STORIES) Marietta.', Ohio. Pittsburfj, Pbl. Special to tho Leader. 0 cns'uoro, Ky Sept. 21. Adju tant General Muiray this afternoon notified Captain Ellis, in command of Company C, of tho Kentucky State Guard, to dismiss his men and allow them to go to their homes and they were at onco di3bauded. The men havo been held at tho armory for sev eral days, expecting to bo sent to MadlsonvTlle. 0 Sreclal to tho Leader, twelve-year-old son of Charles Mc Mahan, of this city, was Instantly kill ed this evening by an Infuriated cow which he was leading. Tho lopo be came entangled around his right leg and the boy was drasged a dlstanco of seveial hundiol yards. The limb was torn from hl3 body. 0 Peru, Ind., Sept. 21. A double-header extra freight, south bound on the Waba3h Railway, met a local freight at a cmve thrco miles north of here today, resulting in three engines be ing badly wrecked nnd nino cars ditched. Tho tialnmen all jumped, and received slight injuries. Two tramps bctveen cais miraculously ecaped death. .Subscrlbo for tho Daily -Leader. Tea cents 3 week,, Tried to Hold the Fellow. Special to tho Leader. Columbus, O., Sept. 21. It leaked out today that tho Police Department has been quietly Investigating what might havo been a deliberate attempt to sot flro to tho doodalo Street Auditorium during tli'o MclKnloy meeting day be fore yesterday nftcrnoon, or an ac cident "puro nnd simple Jijst after the exorcises had begun, and tap hall was packed with not less than 8,0(JO pcoplo, a majority of whom wero women, a man entered tho ca3t sido of tho hall where there wero wom on only nnd deliberately lighted a match anC appITed It to the flimsy draperie3. Whether it was tho intention of th2 man to set flro to tlicbutldlng orwheth er ho lighted tho match unintentionally is what filo Police Dopartment Is try ing to solve. 'fho women wlio had witnessed thf act and saw U10 frames gaining head way did not lose the'lr heads and yell "Flro!" but extinguished tho blazo. Somo of tho women grabbed tho man; but ho broko away and ran. The com motion on that'sldo of the bulldlns was noticed by a great many, nut as no' alarm was given a panic and certain great loss of life was prevented. Chief Tyler "is inclined fo bellcvo that it was an accident, basing the opinion on th" theory that no man could be found In Columbus who would be guilty of such a dastardly deeO. HELD Captive in the Woods. Special to tho Leader, Taylorsville, Ky., Sept. 21. Lulu Heprer, aged fourteen, who claims to have been abducted by Dock Leathers, told a icmarkablo story to Judge Shlnd ler hero yesterday and as a result Leathers was held to awaii the action of tho November Grand Jury. The girl 3 story as tolu to tho Judge, was as follows: "I was going from home toMrs.Luth cr Spalding's to visit her, when Leath ers came upon mo and told mo he was going to run away with me and marryi me. I never saw him before. He took hold of mo and I made an outcry. He picked mo up in his arms and ran bacit into tho woods with mo. He put me on tho ground and held to my wrist. Then ho told me he would kill me If I did no go with him. Ho kept me out in tho woods and went from place to placo until I was completely lost. "Ho said ho would treat me good and marry mo If 1 went with him. and would kill me if I did not go or if I told anybody. That night he took me to an oltl barn, 'fho next day, and for several dajs, ho took mo from placo to place, keeping me away from every body. Ami then one night he went to a faimhouso and told tho man that he and uis WTTe wanted to stay over night Wo stayed there and because of his threats I was afraid to appeal to the proplo for help. Then wo left and went on until wo came to a Mr. Stoner's and stayeu there. I told Mr. Stoner my condition. Wo finally arrived at a Mr. Whiteside's, who employed Leathers. We wero given a cabin to livo in, Leathers passing me as his wife. We wero there for over a week bfore the officer arrived and arrested Leathers." Don't Forflet This. Thero is no preparation equal to Bunsen's Tar Honey. It will cure a Cough or Cold when all other remedies havo failed. Bunsen's Pine Tar Cough Honey is the only Cough remedy sold on a positlvo guarantee. No Cure. No Pay. Price 25 and 50 cents. For salo by tho Klrby Drug Company. (C) Alany Lives Saved. Special to tho Leader. Wheelings. W. Va., Sept. 21. A ter riblo calamity was narrowly averted at an early hour yesterday morning on tho Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad at Long Run, between Wheeling and Canton. The special returning with GuO Wheeling people, who had attended tho funeral of tho President at Can ton, stopped at Long Run for orders, and then started slowly across the bridge. Through the fog and tho mist tho engineer discerned a largo object on tho track, and by herculean efforts suc ceeded in stopping tho train just in .front of It. It waj a mare and two colts that had wan'dercd on tho bridge frcm a nearby pasture field. The marc's legs were broken and she was shot. Tho colts wero removed after hard work and tho train proceeded. But for tho fact that tho special unexpect edly stopped at Long Run for orders thero would havo been a terrlble'wreck. Bridges rivers, tunnels mountains, builds cities, gathers up the scattered rays of bne's ability. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea docs, $5c. AskJ jour druggist BRIEF And Interesting Notes Fresh From the Wire, Spocial to tho Leader. Columbus, 0., Sept. 21. Goyornor Nash and Colonel Kilbotn no, , Repub lican and Democratic candidates re spectively for Governor, nro to bo tho guests of McCoy Post, G. A. R., next Monday ovonlng at a public re ception. Both aro members of that post. ' Special to tho Leader. Alliance, 0 Sept. 21. H. F. Hojt, who conducted an ica cream parlor on East Main street, has been missing for several days. It is tnld that he had f 3,000 on his person when ho dis appeared. Search has been institut ed. , Special to the Leader. Jeffersonvllle, 0., Sept. 21. R. N. Scott died suddenly Inst night. Ho had been Post Master under Cleveland's last term. Ho camo hero 18 years ago from Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Special to tho Leader. Columbus, O., Sept. 21. Another lntcrurban electric line Is to enter Columbus. Today the County Com missioners granted a franchise to tho Columbus and Washington, C. H., line. The road is to bo built at once. Special to the Leader. Toledo, O., Sept. 21. Mrs. Wllbor Taylor, of 2054 Franklin avenue, is accused of having torn down -decorations of crepo and flags. A warrant for her arrest was sworn out by F. Grant Gould. Special to the Leader. Massllon, 0., Sept. 21. James M. Bayliss, of this city, a year ago ap pointed to a clerkship in tho Census Bureau, today committed suicide at Washington. His wifo recently se cured a dUorco. Special to the Leader. Upper Sandusky, O., Sept. 21. Tho One Hundred and First Regimental Reunion was held at Pralrlo Depot yes erday afternoon. Tho next reunion will be held at Tiffin, September 19, 1902. Special to the Leader. Stoutsvillo, O., Sopt. 21. Tho ro- pnfpn of,th(? Ninetieth Regiment, Ohio i$ijti$(, was hej(4 hqrOnTesday ( and Wednesday, pevcral hundred veter ans attended. Special to tho Leader. Youngstqwn, 0., Sept. 2L Phoebe O'Neill, aged 4, was playing In a field on the outskirts of tho city today when a cow took after her. She fainted from flight and died. Special to tho Leader. Toledo, 0., Sept. 21. Jorry Camp boll, who shot his wifo and then him self day before yesterday, is dead and it is thought that tho wifo cannot re cover. Special to the Leader. Richmond, Ind Sept. 21. Suit was bi ought today by tho Natural Gas Company, of Newcastle, and tho town of Newcastlo against tho Richmond Natural Gas Comapny to onjoln It from using pumping apparatus to transport gas from the Henry County fields to Richmond. Special to th'o Leader. ' Marlon, Ind., Sept. 21. The thirty fourth Regiment, Indiana Volunteers, which has been in reunion hero for two days, closed its session this after noon. Tho next meeting will bo held in Portland, Ind. Special to tho Leader. Valparaiso, Ind., Sept. 21. Mrs. John Nelson, of Chesterton, was fat ally Injured In a runaway last night. Her husband was seriously hurt. 0 Special to tho Leader. Dlllsboro, Ind., Sopt. 21. Henry C. Bulthaup, ex-sheriff of Dearborn coun ty, suffered a stroke of paralysis at nis home here. Special to the Loader. Owingsvillo, Ky Sept. 21. Robbers after making an unsuccessful attempt to loot tho postofilco, a blacksmith shop and tho office of tho lumber yard hero early this mornlqg stole a horse nnd buggy and set of harness of Joe Dawson. Special to the Leader. Janesvllle, Wis., Sept. 21. Addle Lafave, a soubretto, whoso homo is In tliiB city, will claim the cstato of John Lafave, who died recently near Powers, Mich. Acocrding to the story of tho girl her father and mother lived In Cleveland 20 years ago, but separated, and her father disappeared. Lafave lived in the neighborhood of Powers ten years ago, and earned a livelihood by shipping game fish. At his death nearly 5000 in gold and currency was found under his ct, with titles to about 30P acres of land In Northern Wiscon sin. The land !Q said to bo rich in mln- One new Ladies' Bicycle, $18.00. j : ' 4 Ton New Gent's Bicycles, $15.Gtf to $6.00 Sold 1 $25.00 to 60: - -SLmnVi Twelve Ice Cream Freezers ij vflfMiJWJ Six Porcelain-lined Water Coolers. '"rAi , 5 '. liMffcfion Ilammooks. Twelve Lawn Mowers. We will sell the above goods at almost any price. Jto clean up our stock. a'II' HAUA Cfi Opp. Union Depot. On the West Side At the Storev of HALL & 1 You A-first-class Hardware Store the best ready for use paints Refrigerators that refrigerate Kitchen necessities in tin, enamel, porcelain Will' Find and steel. We make a specialty of tin work an job bing. Look at your roof and spouting then come and see us. '' ' Store and Shop at 119 Magpie St., West Side., mimrnwiffliiffln r ; 03. 7 J' J a.t COST. The Ohio Valley Wagon Co. is closing out its fine slock of Buggies, Phaetons and Surreys at cost. ' Anyone wishing to buy anything in this line can get it at first cost by going toihe salesroom of the Ohio Valley Wagonf" Co. on Second street, opposite the Union Depot. ' T',; ' ' We are closing' out our retail business and can make it worth your while to buy of us. The salesroom will be open every day until 8 p.m. so so that those who are unable to come during the day will have the opportunity of doing so dui ing the evening. THE OHIO VALLEY WAdOl (0; UUWi-iUiUiUiUJUU Threw at Hanna. Special to tne Lcador. Canton, 0., Sept. 21. It is reported today that Senator Hanna had a nar row escape from serious Injury at the hands of some unknown miscreant last nlsht. v According to tho story tho attack was made Just after Mr. Hanna had left Canton for Cleveland, following the funeral of President McKinley. The Wheeling & Lake Erie train on which the Senator, Myron T. Herrlck and oth er politicians wero r)dlng had stopped at a siding a few miles outside of Can ton when two big rocks, it Is said, wero thrown through tho window. Ono of the missiles Is said to havo come dan gerously near to tho Senator and fell Qt his feet. Secret Service men on board thotraln dashed from tho car In search of tho miscreant but did not find him. It Is said that messages wero sent back to Canton telling ot tho Incident, and In this way tho story leaked out. Czar Leaves France. By Assooiatcd Press. Paris, Sept. 21. Tho Czar of Kus sla, left French soil at Pagny-Sur-Mlsello late tonight after bidding farewell to President Loubct at tho station at Uctheny. His stay in Franco passed without the sllghcst untoward Incident. Tho salient feature of tho visit was its rnllltary character. Tho Czar camo to see the French army. His general Uemeanor created a most favorablo Impression among all who camo in contact with him. The Czar watched today's military spectacle with manifest admiration, Special to the Leader. v Flora, Ind., Sent, 21. Raymond U19 '. V ir if ,V' ,1' ' l v. -X i" vnUUf V 249 and 251 Second Street. 4 ' "Yt - t ft? - mmtmmmmmn Ui iUiiiUUiiUUlUUUi CONGER'S DAUqHTE, WEDS'' Special to tho Leader. Carbondale, Ills., Sopt. 2L Joo Da. vidson was yesterday acquitted ;by a jury of tho charge of murdering Young Piatt. Tho crime attracted wldo at tention. Davidson and a brother bo rame involved on Christmas Day In . flght in a saloon at Vcrgennes over a tiivldl matter with Charles Fox. Da vidson drew his gun and tired at Fox, killing Piatt a bystander. Tho broth ers ran and" were followed by a crowd, who fired upon them, ono ball destroy ing Davidson's right oyo. Special to jlie Loader. Atchison, Kansas., Sept 21. Almost the entire business part of Efllngham, twcntyy miles west of hero, waa wipe'd out by flro late Tust nlehtover'n-dozen buildings. Including Wolverton'a .gen eral storo and tho National Washlnn Machine Company's factory,. bofrig, de stroyed. Kstlmatcd loss fDO.000, Ori gin of fire unknown. O "5: By Associated Preps. .", , .", San Antonio, Sept. 21. Tho Krelger bund, of North America, this after noon selected Hamilori, 0 for tho next year's Convent ton. Frank Er Hug, of St. Paul, was elected President. Michael Wins. By Associated Press. ' ' 'New York, Sopt. 21. Jlmray Michael defeated Bobby WalthourX'w'Vtwo strlght heats tonight- 'Tho en matched to rido heats of Jlvoinjllca each, motor paced, best two Jn three. Ieters,burg, Ind., Sopt 21. Yester day Lewis Kcl)oy became Ipvplved In a quarrtl fewlUi hlb, brother Wl)l and shotthi 'latter foiir tlnies. Lewis la P $r Wi briber may de, ( MORGAN f m i ii S . 9,WMMt ... JJ&SJaJls., r-t-, ill STsSsm -4L iffig&is m ..,.! wwy jSjKSi Bi lilrilMUhinf-ttBI