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remedy for sick and nervous
headache. Recommended by
physicians. Prepared and
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Druggists. Ooo. Court House,
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!T CIIAS. II. NI3WTON, Trciw.
DIME SAYINGS SOCIETY,
MONEY LOANED on Roal
n Estato, Govornmont, or
n Municipal Bonds.
Ml Estate lin1 m.
Coffman & Palmer Ilooirt G, Mills
Building, Phono No. 454, have for sale
2 good lots in Norwood, $500 each,
sorno good lots on Virginia Avenue,
$250 to $400 each. A modern brick
plarit $G,000.00 or will trade for other
property. A modern 8-room house In
flno location out of high water on
West Side, $3,300.00. A lot on Po3t
street, 23x70 to lease, also several good
business blocks and fine residence
property In all parts of the city from
$1,000.00 to $12,000. Come and see us
of Phone us before you buy.
offman & Palmer
Itoom 6, Mili3 Building.
A new five rcom house on Matthews
street, $1200. Two new four room
houses on Wayne street, $1000 each.
A new three room house1 with water
and gas on Eighth street, $700. A fine
eight room house with all modern con
veniences on Scammel street near Sec
orid $4500. A seven room house" on
Putnam Avenue, $2100. Several fine
lots on the West Side, $500 each.
Real Estate Agent,
Offers Ihe following bargains In
city property. Ten houses, 3, 4 and G
rooms, size of lots from 20x90 feet to
45x180 feet, prices from $650 to $1100.
Eighteen houses, 5, G and 7 rooms,
slzo of lots 40x90 to 45x180, prices
from $900 to $3000. Twelve bouses, 8,
9, 10, 11 and 12 rooms, size of lots 45
by 180 feet to G0xl80 feet. Prices
from $1800 to $3000. These properties
aro In all parts of the city. We also
have some good farms for sale. Call
on or address. FRANK PANHORST,
No. 122 Putnam street. Marietta.
Ohio. Phone 402.
Goo. It. Sundorland, IIonilqutirtorH for
Iloiil Itato, opposite Union Depot. Mnrl
ettn, can accomodate any prospective pur
chaser lu anythlnc he wants whether city
property or farm land. Good residence prop
erty in all parts of Marietta for sale at bar
gains. Huslnesa locations and farm property
of all kinds, have iro lots which I can offer
on the Installment plan at most favorable
prices. If you want to buy or ne.l or exchange
real estato you should not miss calling on
Sunderland. He can give you exactly what
you want and make the terms to suit the pur
chasar foionhOLfts: Offlce.47 residence. 238.
A lot 63x180 on Front street, between
Washington and Sacra Via.
A double houso on Front street, lot
35 by 90. A six room house on Second,
lot 45x180. A six room house on Fourth
street, lot 45x180.
Ono single and one double houso on
Fifth street, lot 65x180.
One four room house on Montgom
ery, lot 45x180, Also other city proper
ty. Inquire at Sheriff's office.
REMOVAL OF OFFICE.
I havo moved my office from No. 125
Putnam street to the opposite sido of
the street. No. 138 Putnam street, on
the grouna floor, where I shall contin
ue to offer bargains in real estate, and
to-wrlto first-class life, fire, marine,
live stock and all other kinds of Insurance-
If you have real estate to
sell, I will find a purchaser for It; If
you want to' buy, I havo property that
will suit you.
HANNOLD & HART,
Real Estate Hustlers.
OfflceuCornor Front rind Putnam Sts.
Watch this Spa o lor Specials.
Fiftv Lot ia WillianiFtown.
New Modern 5 room House Up
per Front Street, $1,500. A poi d
43 aore farm, crop, 2 horses, 1
cow, 1 hogvnew farm implements,
good timber, House and Barn etc.,
mil trade for oity property,
They are only bubbles, those maiden
f ucies of love, marriage and mother
hood. But what beautiful bubbles they
arc 1 Who docs not wish that all these
fancies could end as did the old fairy
stories, "and they lived happy ever
alter." rain soon pricks
the bubbles, and nothing
remains of all the hope
and gladness of the bride
but a bridal veil and a
piece of stale wedding
The only way in which happiness can
be realized in marriage is by being fore
armed against its dangers. Most young
women are ignorant of the fact that irreg
ularity means a derangement of the wom
anly Junctions which may
have far reaching conse
quences nfter marriage.
With this derangement at
the start there often fol
low the drains, ulcera
tions and inflammations
which make life one long misery.
A certain cure for irregularity and
other diseases peculiar to women is found
in Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription.
It contains no alcohol neither opium,
cocaine nor other narcotic.
"I wns so wrnk I did not
nave breath to walk across my
room," writes Mls Iblbell
Miller, of New l'rovidcncc,
Callowny Co., Ky. "My pe
riods occurred too often and
the hemorrhage would be pro
loiiRed and the loss of blood
verv excessUe. I also had
t.,-1u which the doctor said
were falntltifj fits. My stomach would cramp
until I could not straie;htcn. I did not pain
strength from one monthly period to another!
was very weak and nervous all the time. The
doctor told mc he did not know what was the
cause of my trouble and that I would never be
nny better. I lived in this way from sixteen
years old to twenty-three, when the doctor dis
missed my case. Alter mis i wai
advised by a kind friend to try Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription,
wnicn l am nna neiore i nnu inttKii .TVnv:
4. Imt.l-n Hr 1, t n..t.l .. .l. nil .In.. ( l .-
I took In all six liottles of the 'Fa
vorite Prescription' and about five
vials of Ilr. Pierce's Pellets. I used
no other medicine. I h-uc never
liail a return of this trouble since."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear the
complexion and sweeten the breath.
Diseaso with Medicine.
If the medicine is not right,
he can not conquer disease.
If the druggist does his duty
the medicine will be right, and
your doctor will stand a fair
chance of winning the vic
You can help your doctor
by having your prescriptions
PUTNAM STREET DRUG STORE,
No. 124 PUTNAM STREET.
Your Own Home Doctor
First, Last and All the Time.
Of Impllct faith we off hear tell,
But confidence makes'no one well.
With nurses' care and doctors' skill
A life is saved when faith might kill.
A peddled book, an almanac,
Cheap advice from a traveling quack,
By accident -a cure may make
Or kll by somo tom-fool mistake.
Your own physician first cail In
And pin your faith smack-dab to him.
Pin it there with the spikevof hope,
Drive it Home with a ten spot note.
If your homo physician's skill is spent,
You might us well put up your tent,
Vamoose, skedaddle, take a sneak,
And call upon dear old St. Pete
How can a book, an almanac,
A corner fakir, fiddling quack,
Make a cure, when a graduate
Must bow to tho Inevitable fate ?
Bo wise In tho choice of your physi
cian; he is your greatest benefactor;
and bo not otherwise in the selection
of your druggist.
Yours for business,
127 Greene streets Phone 53.
WILL S. RICHARDSON,
The Cut-Hate Druggist.
Tlio Ktnto Dye Works
Has removed to No. 4 Tiber Way,
Riley Block, where they will be more
thoroughly equipped than ever to han
dle all kinds of wearing apparel, car
pets, rugs, and tapestries. Four years
of successful operation and growing
trade In Marietta testify to tho quality
of their work. Ladles' Ball and Eve
ning Dresses dry cleaned quickly and
thoroughly without odor or shrinkage.
Gentlemen's flno suits cleaned most
succosfully. Clothing of all descrip
tions dyed in any desired shade.
Pressing and repairing on short notice.
NO. 4, TIBER WAY.
"" Sept 1, till Jan. 1, 1901.
FRUITS AND CONFECTIONERY,
Concord Grapes, 8 lb. baskots nt 10c
Bannnns, 5 nnd lOo por doz.
All kinds of Fancy Fruits.
Candy 10 to 50e por pound.
Nuts of ovory description.
Cauliflower nnd Egg Plant. Fresh
supply ovory week;
232 Front strcot, Marietta, Ohio.
BUY THE GENUINE
... MANirrAoxunED by ...
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
HTNOTE THE NAME.
Get your tickets for the HJgh School
Lyceum course. Six high grade enter
tainments for $1,00 or $1.50 including
reserved seats. Holders of season tick
ets may have their teats reserved to
morrow and Monday at the Corner
The Marietta Daily Leader.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER C, 1900.
Personal Paragraphs and Pertinent
Will Schaffer will vote at Cald
Mrs. M. L. Travis spent Monday
with Parkcrsburg friends.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Dale spent Sun
day with relatives at Belpro.
Mrs'. F. S. Henry left yesterday af
ternoon for a visit at Chloago.
Mrs. W. W. Renlcit left yesterday
for a week's visit with friends In Chil
licothe. Mr. J. H. Rathbone came homo
Saturday night from Barnesvlllo to
A daughter was born Saturday
night to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrel,
Reserved seats for SI Plunkard
and his comedians are now on sale at
Gates's Book Store.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark returned
yesterday from Cairo where they spent
Sunday with friends.
' Frank Dow returned to Zanesvllle
yesterday morning, where ho Is work
ing, after spending Sunday at home.
Mr. Rea Gano, who has been at
his heme at Newport the past week,
returned to work yesterday morning.
Mrs. Hall, of Cairo, arrived in the
city yesterday and will bo entertained
this week at the home of Mr. Andrew
The Twentieth Century Dancing
Club will hold their first dance for the
season tonight in the hall of Alpha
Dr. Jcnin H. Dye, who has been
home on a visit with his parents, ac
companied by his wife, will return to
Louisville, Kentucky, today.
Mr. Owen Kellar, who is in the
Government employ at Washington,
passed through the city yesterday on
his way home to Caldwell to voto.
Word has been received from Cin
cinnati to the effect that the condition
of Mrs. Susan Cooke Is much improved
and hopes are now entertained for her
Tho Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. church of Barlow will give a social
Saturday afternoon and evening, Nov.
10th, at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Dewey, who has been at
tending an art school in Cincinnati for
several months, came in Saturday
night and began work atLobdell's Rim
The Degree Staff of Augusta Re
bekah Lodge, No. 272, I. O. 0. F are
requested to meet at their hall Wed
nesday evening, November 7th, for
drill practice. By order of Captain of
Mr. S. Luchs and daughter, 'Mrs. H.
Blum, of Bellalre, who have been the
guests of the former's sons, Messrs.
M. S. andL. iM. Luchs, the past week,
returned to their homo yesterday
You have no doubt seen Imitators
of the Burlesque Farmers' Parade.
See the originator, Mr. J. C. Lewis and
his SI Plunkard Burlesque Farmers'
Parado on Wednesday afternoon at
12:30 p. m.
Carpenters began tho erection of a
temporary building on the street in
front of tho Court House lot. Thin
building will bo used for a tool and
cement house while the Court House is
The Marietta Mfg. Co.
make cast iron columns, door
sils, plates and ventilators.
Office and works corner of
Putnam and Gilman Sts.,
BSHOH9BA1IOIB0HOH9IB0 lOOOC H
Call at the Up-Town
Newsstand for your
Lndics' Homo Journal.
Argosy, Aiuslecs,' Success, &c.
Wo also got daily Henrst's Chic
ngo American, Chicago Tribune,
nnd Cincinnati, Pittsburg, Wheol
ing nnd Columbus papers.
Chicago Sunday Papers at 7 p. m.
SG0TT & WARD,
231 Putnam Street. '
.The shutting down of tho Geyser
mlno, -by tho way, says tho Pueblo
(Col.) Chieftain, is an event that puts
tho climax upon ono of tho strangest
mining adventures ever known In Col
orado. Its entire history has been a
romance akin to those wild Imaginings
of Jules Verne.
About the year 1S78 large deposits of
very rich silver ore wore found along
the eastern edgo o ttWhet 890?
the eastern edge of tho Wet Mountain
Valley. It lay there in fragments so
largo that the town which quickly
grew up was given tho nremo of Silver
Cliff. But tho whirl of excitement did
not last much longer than the oro did.
Tho valuable stuff disappeared in a lit
tles way below the surface of the
ground, leaving no trace. Men who
had expended thousands of dollars In
development and Investments were
left sitting around theorizlnz over the
origin of that sliver oro, but had to
give up the conundrum and quit.
But there was one man who refused
to give It up. He thought and thought
over it until he camo to the conclusion
that the mass of oro had been hurled
from tho mouth of a volcano some dis
tance away. Then ho :,et about to find
that volcano. He calculated on thf
weight of tho mass, the consequent
power that was required to eject it.
tho distance It had been thrown, and
then he figured out the trajectory and
horizontal distance just as ho would
have tiled to measure the flight of a
cannon ball. Having completed his
calculations he ascertained to his own
satisfaction the point where the volca
no ought to be, nnJ began to dig. This
was tho origin of the Geyser mine.
The strange part of It is that Boston
capital was obtained to back this theo
ry, and in such quantity that the work
of sinking went on for years, till the
Geyser was the deepest shaft In the
state. Discovery of several stringers
of real hllver ore encouraged the work,
and so it wont on.till the men who had
originated this volcano theory died,
still true to his faith in the existence
of a volcano In which there must bo a
monstrous mass of silver, and which
when the world was young had
belched out tho mass of "float" that
the 'flrst-oomers had found.
Another foreman was employed and
the sinking was continued. The New
Englanders had been as thoroughly
Impressed with that volcano theory as
had the 'backers of the Keoley motor.
They had spent too much to quit.
Cut time went on, and assessment
after assessment came. There had to
come a quitting place, and it did. Tho
shaft was half a mile deep.
There are seams of ore in the Geyser
mine which prove that It may really be
in tho neighborhood of the origin of
the geyser for which the workers have
been groping for so many years.
Though they did not find a mass of
clear silver in Colorado, they did find
a mass of clear grit in New England.
It would not be at all surprising if the
work on the Geyser mine should some
day bo resumed. And there is no tell
ing what may yet be opened in that
strange valley of extinct geysers.
Wo 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., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Choncy for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their Arm.
'West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's. Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system'.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per
bottle Sold by all Druggists.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Raymond, the two-yoar-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bules, died at the
homo of his parents Sunday afternoon
from troubles which followed scarlet
fover, with which ho had bpen suffer
ing for several weeks.
Interment was made yesterday af
ternoon at 2 o'clock at Oak Grove. The
sorvices were conducted by Rev. W. E.
Vlrtory nt LitM.
For ten long yeara I was a sufferer
with kidney dyspepsia and rheuma
tism disease. I treated with many Co
lumbus doctors; took patent medicine.
No results whatever until I discovered
and took ONE bottle of DENN'S
SURE, SAFE and SPEEDY CURE. In
three days I threw down my crutches.
Ordinary cases cured in one day.
Only 25 and 75 cents at A. J. Rich
ards and W. H. Sty. s. Samples free.
It is n Democratic paper, the Rich
mond (Va.) Times, which declares
that Crofcer compelled Bryan's silence
on sUvm fn New York city.
"This is too much, John, I won't
stand it any longer. Tomorrow I leave
for my mother's, unless ynu get mo
moro Rocky Mountain Tea." Sensible
Ask your druggist.
Robert A. Travis, of New Mata
moras and Clara H. Steed, of Marietta.
A Nlcktr30H, J. P.
Who arc suffering from a s.vere attack of over confidence
in the election of McKinley, will find instant relief by using
We will sell you any piano or organ in our large stock at
regular price, to be paid for immediately after election. ' If
McKinley is elected, you pay us regular net price either in
gold or silver. If Bryan is elected, we will take 60 per cent,
of the price, dollar for dollar, if paid in gold; or two dollars
for one if paid in. silver.
This formula has been trfed by one good Republican and
he bears witness that he is relieved by a growing dtsire for
m siras h 11
Will the Times please copy ?
Carries a full line of Sporting Goods, Guns, Ammunition,
Hunting Coats, Vests, Cartridge Belts and everything you
need for the hunting season.
Give us a call.
The Big Four Cycle Co.,
No. 1 Front Street.
Lowest prices in the city.
We also make a specialty of
on all kinds of work cheerfully
203 Second street, Riley Block.
--jP- TZEELIE -isfcHB-A
ACME BRICK COMPANY,
Manufacturers of Paving,
Large stock constantly on
To the Ladies,
Wo havo just received 1000 pairs of
high grade Fall samples of Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Shoes, and will
sell them at very low prices. Stop and
look at them. Theis Shoo Co., Put
nam Street. Wed.Oct. 11-tf.
Miss Lizzie Warflold, Fashionable
Dressmaker. Call at 145 Front street.
' 4 ji $ lf$
Window Shades, Etc.
Pressed and Commcn Brick.
hand, and brick delivered
Works located at Norwood or East
Aro tho ART GOODS now to bo seen
in our stock. These goods aro nil im
ported, nnd cannot bo seen elsowhero
except in tho largo cities.
Wo havo taken great earo, this fall,
to obtain just such goods as you aro
looking for to beautify your homes
Remember, those who como first get
our choico pieces, as tliero will bo no
duplicates in this lino.
PIONEER JEWELRY STORE,
D. B. ANDERSON & CO.
L. C SHUW,
OTTO BLOOK .
Special sale of Millinery Goods now
ping on at the Dee Hlvo, 1G8 Front
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