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Whctx wtmrt cotnes the vital fofet bi
aturc arc loty, nd the tree stamUlike
the dead sum
mer.' In ihe
winter of JIfeft
ring of vital
ity. In' some
the effect, la
their grip on
a buried pdst.
At this crisis
there is need
of n. mrillrlno
v?fileh will nourish and build up the
bddy, and increase its ital power. Such
o ncclicinc is Dr. I'icrce's Golden 'Med
ical Discovery. It enriehesrthe blood,
purifies It, carries off the clogging' waste
of the system, increases the nutrition of
the body, and produces a sound, healthy
condition with abundant ital power and
Jlnvld Dugdnn, 15sq , of Jones, Ohio Co., Ky
writes: "when I bepan Inking Dr.' I'ierce'a
Golden Medical niscoery I think I had nervous
or central dcliilltj of three 3 ears' duration. J
took three bottles of the ' Dtacoi ery.' DqrltiK
the time I wag taking It my sleep became more
refreshing anil 1 Rained fifteen pounds weight,
and also gained ttrcngth curydny. It has been
six montlm since I took the inallclne nnd I still
have reasonable health. I nm Milling to lihc
you publish this, and also my former letter,
If you wish to, and if it proves to be of benefit
to any afflicted person I will fet? well repaid."
There is no alcohol or other intoxicant
in "Golden Medical Discovery," neither
opium or other narcotic drugs.
The dealer who offers a substitute for
the "Discovery" is seeking to profit
himself, not to help ou. Insist ou hav
ing " Golden Medical Discovery."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free, 0:1 receipt of stamps
to cover cost of mailing caly. Send 21
one -cent stauipa for edition in paper
cover, or 31 stamps for cloth binding.
Address Di. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
The sweetest girl Been
t Is the- mid-summer dream
That languidly lounges
In shadow and shade.
And worries her mind
About how to find
A fellow to keep her
; From dying an old maid.
Hires Itoot Beer. ...". i 10c
Whale Oil Soap 15c
Welches Grape Julco 23c
Aliens Talcum Powder 5c
Violet Talcum Powder lQc
Menncs Talcum Powder 18r.
Colgato Talcum Powder 22c
The Finest Talcum Powder 25c
Comfort Powder 40c
Poison Fly Paper -lc or 3 for 10c
SUeky Fly Paper 3c or 2 for 5c
Bohemian Malt Extract 15c
Lloblga Malt Extract 17e
Pabst Malt Extract , 10c
Doef, Wlno' and Iron 24c and 48c
Foot Rest. . 1 10c
I Yours for business,
. Will S. Richardson,
-; t uj 4 JXhotCutvRato Druggist.
Jftyth Phones. t '12J Greene street.
Ccorgo J. Eralich. who resides at
Durangu, L.olomuo, Viluam wmlici,
who le&ides some where in the state ui
Mississippi, and Henry Ermlich, whoso
place ot lcsldenco is unknown, will
take notice hcretiy that John s. Mc
Calllster, Kxceutoi: of the estate ot
Jhahn 1''. Krmlich, deceased,, filed oil
tho 2Iid day of July, 1001, his petition In
tho Piobato Court of Washington coun
oy, Ohio, alleging in said petition that
said Jobann F. Ei milch died seized
In feo simple of tho following described
real estate situated In tho city of Marl
otta, county of Washington and state
of Ohio, to-wit: Th'o southerly half of
No. 1017, and a strip of land
off tho S. E. side of lot 101C, being IS
feet wide, and extending the whole
length of said lot; tho above promises
being hi feet pn Front street
and extending back 180 feet,
also a part of city lot '"JOIG, bo
ginning at the northerly corner of said
lot on tho lino of Front street;; thence
running westerly on tho northery line
of said lot at light angos with said
last mentioned lino and parellel with
Front street, 3G feet to a stake; thenco
easterly parallel with tho northerly
said lot from Front street; thence
northerly on tho lino of Front street 36
feet to the place of beginning; also the
wfatorly half of lot No. 08 In square
No. 14, adjoining tho alley in said
Tho prayer of said petition la for the
salo of said real cftate aboyo, for the
purpose of paying the legacies, made in
and under said will, and tho charges of
v Tho parties above will further tako
notice that they havo been made part
ies defendant to said petition and that
they nro required to answor the came on
or beforo the 14th day of September,
1001, or tho petition will bo takon as
'true and juilirmont takon accordingly.
JOHN S, McCALLISTER,
Executor; of Johnnn F. Errallch, do
Way & Hancock, Attorneys.
July 25 Cw It w.
Icuntl Preserving fJomjiany,
Manufacturers of diBtilJod watei
ice, Jiygienically pure. Factory
'ftnd oflloe Cor. Third and Butler
Sts. (Open at all times.) Botb
pb ono.i, Nos. 72.
L. C. BRAUH, Pros. CEO. B. EYSSEN, Sec.
1 WH, HABR1NGT0N, Manager.
F. J. CUTTER,
ATTOflHEMT-LAW and NOTARY PPBLIC
t Office 227 Putnam Street. '
, z Doors Above Court Houst
JBubscribo for tho Dally Leader.
TKo M .rxettok. Leader.
(Dally and Weekly,)
'SUNDAY, JULY2S, 1001.
Pfersonal and Pertinent.
Prof. D. A. L-oake; dfLowell, was
in1 tho city Saturday. "". ,
Mr. E. W. Dean, of Lowell, was,
a Marietta visitor Saturday. v ' t
W. W. Woodftll, pt Columbus,
was a business Visitor' in 'tho city Sat
urday. ' ' '
ttahtor Edgar. Albright lias u.
luii'fd fi-m a thrco weeks' Visit at
Art. Patterson, of'Chestcvhill, Is
tho gucstof II. ASmJth and family,
Mabol Doan loft , Saturday for
dhcstorlilll .to bo thb guest of frionds
for sovoral days.
Mlss'NcllIo Caldwell, of Parkers
burg, is tho guost of Miss Paulino Nel
son, Woostcr .street.
Mrs. M. T. Joy, of Joy, Ohio, Is
tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. C,
B. Smith, Fifth street.
'Mrs. Walter Strauss left Saturday
for Gravel Dank to bo tho guest of
her parents for several days.
Carl Stahlman, of Parkersburg,
roturncd homo Saturday after a visit
of several days with friends.
Howard Bartmcss has returned
from Loxlngton, Ky where ho has
been with a string of fast horses.
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Stevenson, of
Cambrldgo, aro tho guests of Mr. and
Mis John Albright, of Second .street.
Walter F. Fisher, who has been
the guest of H. A. Smith, Second
street, left Saturday for Jackson,
Friend Cochran, of Charleston, AV,
Va., who has been tho guest of friends
for sovral weeks, left for his homo
Father Bert Gocbol, of Whcclors
burg, Ohio, who has been tho guest of
his father, Louis Goebol, left Satur
day for his homo.
Tom Robcitson, propilctor of tho
Citizens Bakory at Belpro, left Satur
day for his home after a short busl
.ncss trip in this city.
Mrs. GIbbs and daughter, who
havo boon tho guests of J. W. Doudna
and family, loft Saturday for their
homo at Chcstoihlll, O.
-Mrs. Vesta Miller, of Marietta,
returned homo Friday after a visit
with Mr. and .Mrs. ITranlc Duffey on.
Miss Gcrtrudo Bogges, of 'Clarks
burg) who has boon tho guost of Mr.
and '-Mrs.' Matt Prlmm for sovoral
Veoks, left Saturday for her homo.
Tho ' foundation for 'the now city
workhouse has been completed and In
a few weeks tho city will have a placo
for prlsonors to work out their fines,
Catarrh of the Head.
All druggists aro authorized by tle
manufacture s of. Jlunson's Cream Ca
tanhal to refund tho money where it
fails to euro any case of Cata'rrh no
matter of how long standing. Ono ap
plication gives ease and rest. This is
a new discovery and the only Catarrh
remedy sold on a positlvo guarantee
No Cui e. No Pay. Price B0 cents.
For salo bv the Kirby Drug Company.
Tho annual ro-unlon of Company I,
of tho HSth Regiment O. V. I. will bo
held on Wednesday, August Uth, at
Mulberry Summit, tho beautiful homo
of Mr. Roscoo Wolcott, near Water
town. How's This?
Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CHENEY & Co., Props., Toledo,
We. tho undersigned, havo known P.
J. Chenoy for the last 1G years, and be
lloyo him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and ' financially
able to carry out any obligation .made I
uy uiuu xitui.
WEST & TRUAX, Wholesale Drug--
cists. Toledo, O.
WALDING, KJNNAN & MARVIN,
W,holesaJo Druggists, Toledo,, p.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Jnter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Prico 76 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. TjOsUmonlals free.
' Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
ii , 1 ST '
Gl?.ss Factory to Resume.
Tho Royal Glass Works will resume
work In full Sunday night at mld-
plght, after their (our weeks summer
shut down. All repairs havo ,b,ften
completed and equipment put in ilraf
class workln ordor. They report lots
of orders which will necessitate tho
working of their tank In addition to,
furnace. Tho mould dopartmont ro
Biimed work last Monday raprning and
aro. now working on .their now Hno
that will bo put on tho nmrkot in Jan
Wnntcil A Husband,
Must be strong and never havo a lamt
0ack.-.BTL RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB.
LETS stop tho palrt at once and cure,
permanently. Bold by Beagle & lor
tle and A. J. Richards, drulsta MarL
In order to bi Ing an old family doc
tor to tho bcdsldo of tho daughter of,
ono of its employes, 'tho Mason City
nnd Foit Dodgo Railroad rcccntlran
a special train 130mllos, with no com-;
ponsatlon, but merely as an accomo
dation to a faithful employe. A
daughtor of Master Mechanic Glbbs is
soriously 111 in St. Louis with appon-;
(Ileitis. Tho family wished to havo
the old family doctor, Dr. Wheeler,
of Mason City, at her side at a very
critical juncture. Mr. Glbbs commu
nicated his dcslro to tho officials of,
the road at this point. The necessary,
ordeis wcro immediately 'given and
tho wires were soon hot with orders.
Tho special was mado up at Eafelo
Grove, run to Mason City and return
ed In a .few houis, with Dr. Whoelcr
on board. Tho llfo of tho llttlo glrL
for whoso safety tho railroad com
pany took so much pains, has been
New Rule Adopted
Special to the LeaJer.
Washington, D. C, July 27. Tho
(Post Office Department .will soon ls
suo advertisements for proposals for
carrying tho malls on all star routes
in West Virginia for four years fiom
The now contracts will bo mado on
.a decidedly different basis from thoso
lot tho past. Tho second assistant
postmaster general, having supervi
sion over all mall routes, announces
that beginning this year ho will
stamp out the practlco as far as pos
sible. IIo proposes to accomplish U1I3
by making awauls solely to local bid
ders, In tho past seasons spocijlatora
have bid on tho star loutes thraugjj
'out West Virginia, and by offering o.
fvory low-raVo l.avc0YculC(1 thifcnx
tractsittJy. to b sublet to lo(a,,cUT
tractois'atn figure which in 'Install-'
'ce'if 3fd not ' equal Iho actual cost of
performing tho service lequlred.
r'Jn suchi cases 4ho sub-contractors
lavo been held liable for all shoit-
Wise or Otherwise,
A usolcss llfo .la .but a living death.
Suspicions aro usually orso
facts. , i
Cheerfulness Is the offspring ot em
No man is stiong who i3 unablo to
tho best Intorcst.
In knowledge pays
Tho man who lives to no purposo
lives to a bad .purpose.
Don't meet troublo half way;
n't worth tho troublo.
Charity gives itself rich and covct
ousness hoards Itself poor.
As a man advances in years lie real
izes tho limits of his ability. ,
Therp aro times vIioaloquacitytclls
nothing and slloncq tells imjch.
Tho man with but a slnglo Idea al
ways has an exalted opinion of him
It is better to bo beaten in trying
to do right than it is to succeed in do
Tho value of a man's advico Ao
ponds upon tho success ho h.is
.achlovcd .In following, it. ., ,
Tho art of conversation consists In
knowing whorq to begin,, what ,fo 8,iy
.atd.wlien ,to stop. i r
Politeness is llkq ,an air cushion;
there may bo nothing In it, but it
,oasjes .many a hard Jolt.
Tho man who lo?Hs wlso as an owl
when giving oAhc,rs advice ,(s apt tp
mako a fool 0 himself. by not using
,8pmo of it ,i
Thoro is nn oioment ot success in
oyqry man, but Iiq seldom gets it in
operation until some smart woman
begins to tread on his hools.
; : ,
Ton thousand dempns gnawing away
at one's vitals couldn't be m,uch, wprs.0
than -the tortures of itching piles, yet
there's a cure, poan'u Ointment never
RAILWAY A CIVILIZER.
It Is scarcely necessary to point out
how tho Uganda railway will com
pletely revolutionize the western part
of Africa and tho effect tho iron hoi so
will havo on tho many tribes living
along the louto. Sir Henry John
Btono, Ills Alajesty's Spoclal pommls
sloncr, graphically rofcrsto this wli.cn
ho says: "Tho railway has taught the
negro tho value of honest work; It
has saved thousands from death by
famine. To tho hungry people of
East Africa, dying from the icsult of
three years' drought, tho railway has
In ought food and shelter; and no sign
of tho times was to mo moro encour
aging than to sco Masai actual Masai
who a year ago would havo scorned
any other avocation than tending cat
'tle, cattle laldlngand tho slaughter of
other negro tribes, working natives
on tho railway line, decontly clad for
the first ttino in their lives.
comlngs, and the speculators, without
any risk, havo leaped large margins.
Under such circumstances it has
boon lound that efficient uervlco can
not bo performed. An effoit was
made at tho last session of Congress
to securo legislation preventing spec
ulative bidding, but without avail.
Nc erthclcss, Mr. Shallenbeigcr as
serts that he has ample authority un
der the existing law to stamp out this
unquestionable ovll, and will Inaugu
rate the change this fall In West Vii
glnla and other states.
West Virginia has nearly 70 star
routes. Anothor innovation along
these fctar routC3 will bo tho Installa
tion of what is hnown as tho "Star
Route Box Delivery," in all stai
routes, whereby cai riots will' bo ic
quired to deposit in boxes mall ,for
farmcis living contiguous to said
In this, way tho rural constituents
in sparsely settled communities in tho
State will enjay some of tho advant
ages of ruial lrco delivery.
Only 70,000 Ilritlsh lcsldo on the
continent, whilo 200,000 continentals
llvo In Englnnd.
' The Bllilo use.l at Queen Victoria's
coronation was sold by auction re
cently for foity guineas.
In walking a mile aman uses seven
teen and one-half foot tons of energy.
An ordinary day's work consumes 300
An English cycling policeman has
had tho satisfaction of capturing his
man at Exmouth after a ride of foity
In England bulldeis strike moro of
ten than any other workmen. Not
come colliers and then cotton wool
There aro twenty-eight pounds of
blood in tho body of an avoiago
grown up person, and at each pulsa
tion uio heart moves ton pounds.
Tho British admlialty havo Just or
dcrod fifty-four sots of wireless tele
graphy gear to bo mado according to
tholr own specifications and system.
Exports of liorso and mules in Mis
souri last year brought aieturn of ?9,
OOO.tOO ami a great deal of tho money
.came from foreign countries.
On tho Mississippi, between St.
Louis and Minneapolis, sixty saw
mills aro In operation, ami 179 steam
craft of various kinds navigate this
stretch of the rlvc,r,
Wo havo on hand quite a largo stock
"t Buggies, Phaetons, Spring Wagons,
jtc, also one-horse power Latabert Gas
Engine. One Hanson Van Winklo Dy
namo, for Electro Plating. One
Whltely Mowing Machine.
Wishing to quit tho carriage busi
ness, wo will sell this entire stock at
cost, These goods aro all high grade
and it will bo 10 vour interest to tako
advantage of this opportunity to got a
flno buggy cheap.
Wo nro also asents for the White
Sewing Machine, Of?lco and resldenco
No. 300 Oilman street. West Side.
J5jun.i,n JOHNSON BROS
The Star (Routes.
m n rrWll w
A fe'JyliLL mm
elines to be convinced, and he goes elsewhere.
For instance, the other day a certain party went about one
hundred miles and bought a piano, paying for it $50 more
than we even asked for the SAME PIANO. Funny, isn't it ?
so far as we can learn, the largest variety of medium priced
and high grade pianos carried by any firm west of New York.
Better see us if you want one.
The Stevens Organ & Piano Go.
St. Clair Building, next to P. O.
RB ,g p
Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Well Supplies
Boilers, Engines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores in all oil
Long Distance 'Phone 237.
STORE AND WAREHOUSE,
NO. 134 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO.
5 cents a dozen.
.hist received two car
loads of, line ones. I
$1.00 a, bunch. ', .
Front St. and cor. Jail lot.
J. R. GLEASON, M. D.
Physician and S-irscon.
No. 507 Fort Street, Marietta. Ohio
Diseases or Sl:ln.
Diseases of Eyes.
Sept. 14. 1909,
8 S YOUlt FKIVA'D & S LOUIS i'UICi:
The Economical Jeweler. While at
tho Dime Savings Bank Building, hav
ing tho placo for business but not tho
space, now movcdandoccupylngpaitof
John Blckert's store, having tho pmco
and spaco whero a magnificent display
of modern Watches, Clocks, Rings,
etc., is ready for your inspection
Prices on all purchases and Jlrst clasj
Watch and Jewelry repairing are
14G Front Street, Opposite Commer
cial Collego Building, Marietta, Ohio.
In Norwood, now 5 loomed house, wntnr
nnd gns, located on Oak Wood Ave,
Modern C roomed house nnd bath,
over) tiling up to dnto, pood location,
1 sqr. Off car lino, prico $2,5,"0.00. Don't
fail to soo this before j 011 buy. Good (!
room house on West 8ide, very cheap.
Water nnd yns. Almost new. Tho
choicest of vnennt lots in nil jaits of
tho city. My prices nro always tho
Real Estato doalor, Offlco, 2nd
opp. court liouBo.
Boll Phono 48G-2.
We sll the Garfield, and
guarantee them to give satis
faction. The Marietta Mfg. Co.
"ion u god fcfl,"
was the remark made by a
sensible young business man,
in conversation with one of
our representatives, the other
day. Many people know
This Is True,
but now and then thorc "bob
up" a skeptical mind who de-
JULY !5ih, 1901.
WE WILL OPKEU OUK GREAT
Including the best and highest grade
Prices ranging from $ 15.03
Second hand wheels from
THE BIG FOUR CYCLE CO,
117 Front Street,
MARIETTA, - - - OHIO.
Wo believe that liousou ives wnut to uso
puro uierim tartar nnd sodn Uniting
Powder. Wobolirw thoy piefer to find
a reliable Powder lii.it thoy oau uso now
and foi yo.irn to eomo witli certainty
that it will iilwnjh bo pure nnd uniform
in results. Wo T,topai this jonder it
frcqu nt intervals to insure fies ness.
and wo ufunrnutco its nbs-oiuto purity.
You will find bati-sf.ict ion in usm' a
powder thnt'H always uliko in leavening
mwer, and Hint's as puro nnd whloo-
t,omo as tho (lour itbelf.
10 cents a pound.
W. H. STYER,
DRUGGIST, :: : 210 Front Street.
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
112 Putnam Street,
finest Ice Cream and Ices.
Caters to Parties and Club.
3n ami Steniu lUurtt.
2 It) Greene Street.
Examination of Teachers
Tur the pnbllo schools of Washington County
Ml bo hehl in the Murietta lllKh School Kooin
on t,!ie.M-ciuiJ Siturday o( uach month except
Umnuy, July and August.
J. A. STONE, Marietta, Ohio.
I'mnldont Hoard ot School Kxarolnore.
J. WS. QOUBHA,
Fuuvral .Director and Embnlmor.
rnunptnttenliov to cnlls City or Country,
Day or NiKht. Lady Anslstimv vhau uoodwl
lillny Mock, No. 5 Tllr-ny IwtyH'ou Front
aud Second etrocts. Marietta, Oldo rhoneljOS
m, mm S Me,