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the Mtjctett'cL Leodef
Dally tid Weekly.)
il'IfMi i ill feS
SATUnbAyigPTklBE, 28, 1001.
Ti& Public Mirror.
. Dr. fpottcr left Friday for Park
crsburg on business.
Mr. Hfcnry 'DaweB left Frldav for
Cincinnati ton a short business tilp.
Mr-JC. Whedqn, of Stockport, was
a business vlstlor in the city Friday.
Mr. Thomas itbbortso'n, of Bclpr'c,
was a Uilslncss -visitor in tlio'clty Fri
day. ' i ' '
Mr. Italph StarlWc. of Coal Ituri.
wan In the city Friday on losal busi
ness. MrJ Fred Adams left Friday for
Parkersburg to purchases alleys, for his
now bowling place on Putnarn street.
Mr. 'M? 0. Spariglcr, traveling
ft eight agent of tho B. & O. S-W., was
a business vltltor in thcclty Friday.
Mr .'George Alford has returned
homo from Cincinnati, whcio he has
been attending 'the shooting; tourna.
tncnfcnt'that place. t .
Mr. iLouU Klnzel, accompanied tby
his pister, Miss Jbsephino, havo gone
to itfoV York, where thoy will visit rel
atives fdr. a tew weeks.
Mr. J. W. Doudna left Friday for
points In West (Virginia on a short
buslhcss tilp in tho interest of the
Marietta Mantel, and Casket Compriny
Results From a Ferryboat Fight
"My Family Doctor."
Blue Island, 111., .Tdn. 14,li)01.
Messrs. Ely Bros.: I 'havo used your
Cream Balm In my family for mine
ycaiso and it has becomo my family
doctbV for co,Id In tho head. I use It
frceyjon mychlldren. .It.is a Godsend
to children 'tis, theyare troubled more or
lcssJ Yours respectfully, '
Judge for yourself. A trial size can
bo had for tho small sum of 10 cents.
Supplied by druggists or mailed by Ely
Brotticrflr CG Varronstrqet, Nqw ,Yor.
Full size. GO cents.
y -i 1 1 1 vvjv
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. flUQiioriuffl j
1 ' L. M. LUCHS, Mgr.'
Tte Bronsorf Company.
With the cpming, of, the Bronson
Company to xhr Qfty play-goers are in
high expectation, and great Interest Is
being revived In amusements. In the
presenting of tub -plays produced by
this exceptionally- strong and clever
company jiothing, is (left undone to
mako them perfect In every detail, The
companyi appears at the AudltoUum
for three Rights commencing Monday,
Tho .Bronsons havo an enviable repu
tation of "putlngson" "Nothing But
The B,est" and tho 'attraction they aic
sending to us, Is, no exception tp their
well known and established rule. Tho
scenery stage, settings and elctiical ef
fects are nlL brand newf liuilt and
painted especially for them, in fact,
they carry everything complete. Har
ry and. Mae, Cody Langdon head tho
Hat of the acllng people and aro sup
ported 'by 'a company ,of unusual
strength. Among the specialty feat
ures will ibc found Ruth and Baby
Clare, tho wonderful juvenile artists,
theso little folks always capture the
audience tho minute they appear,
Will C. Millard the greatest known
living trick cyclist, is also a member
of this forganization. csiieclallv, em
ployed to perform his truly marvel
ous work on the wheel. Then too',' tho
musics,! Campbells are with the com
pany. . They are simply extraordinar
Thei o is no question but tbata "Gen
ulnoTreat Is in store."
"Prices, 10, 20 and 30 cents. Seats on
safo-at the Marietta Book Store.
it Victory it Last.
Spcclnl to tho Leader.
Bolpre, O., Sept. 27. A flsht which
oc6urrod bn tho ferry boat yesterday
evening b'ctween Bos Swconoy ahd Loo
Trautman camo near nrovlnir far moro
sorlous than it finally turned out nndfl
It Is tho general opinion of thoso wlio
know" Uio particulars of tho affalri
that Trautman got no woiso than he,
deseryed. Trautman had beep drink
ing h'eavlly and when ho camo on .tho
boat seemed Intent on raising ft dis
turbance. Ho attempted to pick a
quarrel with a rnui named Coo be
cause" tho latter'o liorso had, as ho
thought, soiled his clothing. His
conduct bocamo so abuslvo that
Sweeney, who Is employed, on tho
ferry, took tho matter up and tried to
alienee him." The mon camo to blows
and Sweeney Btruck him several times
with a clnbi cutting his head fti a
number of places. When Trautman
left tho boat ho sworo that ho would
return and' kill Sweeneyi On tho re
turn of tho boat Truatman was stand
ing on tho boat with a revolver in Ills
hand, but when ho attempted to use
it ho was knocked down by Mr.
Sweeney's father, who had heard of
the threat to shoot his son and had
followed him to tho landing. An
other flcrco fight followed and Traut
man was very roifghly handled. In
the .scuffle ho attempted several times
to flro his revolver, but failed. When
ho at last loft the place he was still
swearing to have vengeance. His
wounds were dicsscd by Dr. McGcc.
i- rrT --
Datrtfielfafket Pretty Much
tf .to Themselves. . t.
By Associated Press.
INcw York, Sept 27. Professional
operators had, the market pretty much
to tljtm:elvcs today and they found
various matters of encouragement.
Uncertain' fluctuations In copper
stocks In tho early dealings kept the
market unsettled but tho pressure of
iijuldatlon in them as well as elsewhcro
In tho market was materially tighten
ed as they shared in 'the late general
Amalgamated copper stock closed at
a nc(. sain of 14. Tho recent not
able buying of Vandcrbllt's was re
sumed, New York Central rising 3Vs.
thoj junior Vanderbllts' group from 1
to 5: and a vciy largo number of con-'
spicuous stockb wore made active at
advances of all tho way from 1 to
Coalers and tiunk lines and var-,
lous steel stocks averaged an ad
vanco of ncaily a point.
It. R. bonds wero slightly Irregu
lar. U. S. bends era all unchanged.
Etlo. . r,..-W 42
Jfij Ija-lot.,. C H m
Erie 2nd. ...C5'
S. P 6C
M. P 07&
W, U 91
Man, . ..,,.121
B. R T. .. CGli
St. Paul. ..160
JR. I, 141
'O. E 2C0 "
P. O 10G&
T. C. I C2y8
B. &0. . ..101
C. & O l&iu
Lr. Pr. 79
R. B. C. ...1GV
R. B. C. Pr..CGVj
I. P 23
A. R 45V1
II. R, 8 43
V. S. S. Pr. 91
A. C. P.
;A. F. ...
C. F... .
P. Jl. S.
Ex-D;vldcnd 1 per cent.
NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE
Toledo Wheat 72. Corn 68.
51. Oats 37. Clover seed ?5.:
Reception Given by Mrs
The olegant home of Mr. and Mrs.
F. S. Turner, on Second street, was
tho scene of a pretty reception Friday
afternoon from two to flvo o'clock, tho
even being given by Mrs. Tinner in
honor of her guests, Mrs. E. E. Warner
hud Miss Bertha Warner, of Zanes
vllle, and her daughter, Miss Dora
The house was beautifully decorat
ed with palms and roses.
About ono hundred and fifty guests
called, during the afternoon and were
received by Mrs. F. S. Turner, Mrs.
Warner, Miss Bertha Warner, and
Miss Dora Turner. Mrs". Cl'orc and
Mrs. Hathaway Invited tho guests to
itho dining rom where they were,
sorved byk Misses Hopo Tunier. Louise
Hathaway, Myra foane'.'-NolHd'Slfe-den,
wood. -; ' ' ,
Misses Frances Isherwood and Fran
cos Conner presided at tho punch bowl.
Wheat. May. .
Corn, Dec. ..
Corn, May . .
IT MUST BE TRUE.
Tor yourself mid friends is made
easy by the use of
Thd most wonderful talking machine f)
ever invented. Much more powerful (w
and durable, and costs loss than other 9)
machines. Records indestructible. ($
Hundreds visit our store to hear it.
Ton will be made welcome, too.
This is a good time to
And put in first class condition. This has been n
hard summer on pjnnos, and unless jours has already
had attention, itt joints aro stiff, mid its oico harsh
and "rnttly." Try it and see, then call us up by
either phono No. 71.
We have iots of FINE PIANOS. Always keep them.
COME AND SEE.
Readers Must Ccma
FJtor ten lpnst ie.-a I was a Biifferor
tyth kidney" dyspepsia and rheuma
tism dkeose. I treated wth many Co
inrabus doctors: took patent medicine,
tofd results Vhataver unUl I discovered
and took ONE bottle of DENN'S
3 SORB, 8AFE and -UWvflDY CURE. In
I three days 1 threr aowt my crutches.
Ordinary cases cured in one day.
Only 25 and 75 cents ct A. J. Rich
ard" nd W H M-rt i Raitip1 fr
RICHARDSON'S " (ASTOUT."
PLEASANT TO TAKE.
try cistouts. 15'
. When In doubt
pants per box.
Bir Jlttlo Castouts; baby pick in bed,
Gavo him tho Castouts; this is what
'i tEm worms at bovered mo I frought
U'd kf lot my turnkey in a knot? ''-"
A-sllnltit 'xouhd a playing tag, ,
'Hh Ml "er 'tails a wiglo-waff.
Sj'sr'nceo dot sore, I dot so Weak
r-louldn' barely, hardly sleep
Fp seeing things what didn't bo,
, 'At" comes at nluht to boo at me;
Slch things as snake's an 'rlnkem-jacks,
WJs mooney eyes and hunker backs.
But niuzzer do soma Castouts 'an
But muzzer dot some Castouts an
'I? storms dot out -when it dot la
An' so I'm up and well ngin."
$lx Castouts for '15 cents. Sent by
M&ll on receipt of price. Prepared by
Yours for business,
WILL a ftlCHAIlDSQN.
127 drecnq Street. Marietta. O.
' Cut-Rato Druggist.
Workers Leaving Belgium for
By Associated Press.
Washington, Sept. 27. United
States Consul Roosevelt, at Brussels,
reports to tho stato department tho
rocont departure of 240 glass workers
from Charleioi, Jumet, Lodelinsart
and Courcellos, Belgium, for Muncie,
Ind. Ho says the Belgium glass
union did al in its power to dlsuade
the men fiom expatriating themselves.
"Roosevelt says all tho workmen in
tho Muncie party aro men who re
turned to Belgium with the hopo of
never again leaving It. Tho pros
pect, however, of finding work in the
United States at more remunerative
wages than aro paid in Belgium over-caino-all
Will Re-Sail First Race for
By Associated Prnss.
-New York, Sept. 27. Tho first race
of tho Amorlca's Cup series will bo ic
sallcd to morrow over tho course oft
.Sandy Hook lightship. Tho beat to
-windward or tho run to leeward and
return will bo sailed, tho courfio dc
pending upon tho direction of tho
wind. At a late hour 'tonight the
Weather Bureau issued tho follow
ing: "Tho wind off Sandy Hook Sat
urday will bo fresh and easterly In the,
mornipg and yl probably shift to
northeast in the afternoon, Increasing
Lipton tonight is as confident as ev
er that his yacht will win.
By Associated Press.
New York, Sept. 2 Bradstrcot
sajs: Tho current of trade Is still
running full In nearly all lines and
In somo tho tido is rising, as shown by
tho firmer tono or actual advancement
in the level of prices, except for those
Staples, such as ceicals, hog products
and cotton, which aro dealt in on ex
changes. In the distiibutlve trade the fea
tures ato the continued good tone of
advice's fiom tho Jobbing trado and
belter retail trado, duo to the advance
in tho season.
Tho talk of widespread corn dam
age, duo to frosts, seems to have fall
en flat as viewed from the standpoint
of corn prices and of trado reports
fiom tho affected sections.
A quieting down of tho demand for
dry goods is noted but these repoits
aro generally accompanied by advices
of enlarged distributions of clothing
Tho demand for lion and steel Is
full and free in ncaily all lines. Pig
Iron is active and. In laige sale. While
the excessive premiums on tin plate
and other strike affected products have
disappeared, tho demand Is so largo
that billets aro ?1 higher, bars ?2 and
t iiuu ii uuiuuui ui uiut;i xJiuullMu3
have advanced in nronortion. Steol
l'alfs aro'Ih-'BObcrtrrfmatid.11 -Hardware'
sales are largo, and galvaiiizedvlron Is
Tho'printcloth business was bnly1
moderate, with ' prices T weak, owing
pattly to the weakness In raw cotton.
Hog products ha.yb ,. weakened and
show!" quite, largo , reductions, notably
in lard. ' ' '
f . 'ii
l DUN'S REVIEW. '
By A'ssocldtcd Press.
New Yoiw, Sept. 27. Dun says:
Normal conditona aro fully restored
in tho distribution of mcrcuandlsc, tho
piacing'bf delayed orders stimuldting
tho few lines that appeared to halt.
Ono of the most gratifying features Is
tho pronounced preference for belter
grades oC gpods, clearly Indicating an
improment on tho i the ntimo lolla
Improvement In tho financial condi
tion of consumers. Stability of prices
without inflation is the nilo and steel
production is now progressing near
tho average late. Highei piices ato
quoted both in steel and iron bais,
stfccl billets and some otner shapes of
pig Iron ao greatest In activity, mobt
of tho brands reaching higher piices.
Tho market for foot-wear is still on
a strong basis with prices higher.
Leather and nhtcs still reflect the
heavy demand for finished products,
and tho cxpoits of leather is also a
sustaining featmo textile lines are
well engaged, as a rule and wool Is
quiet "out firm."
The steadiness In the quotations of
corn at tho picscnt high locl is all
that producer?; could desire.
Wheat M well sustained and still
better, pi ices are piorr.isca.
Failures for tho week arc 227 in the
United States against 204 last year,
and 31 in Canada against 18 last year.
Ono Isolated cat,e In Mariotta mizht
bo duo to accident, t o or three might
bo lmaglnat-on on the pait of tho cn
dorGeit, but a score oi two indisputably
proves that theic is at least within tluj
reach of all one icincdy which keeps its
promises that lemedy Is Doan'3 Kid
ney Pills. Read this:
Mrs. W. H. Gui Icy, of 500 Fifth,
street, sajs: "With tho hopo that oth
ers may bo benefitted, I gladly give
whnt weight may attach to my name
to tho endorsement of Doan's Kidney
Pills sold at W. II . Styer's diug stoi".
No. 240 Tront street. Wc used a num
ber of boxes in our family and iinqucj
t'onnbly pioved their value."
F,or sale by all dealers, prico 50 cents
a box. Fostcr-MIlhuni Company, Buf
falo, New York, solo agents for tho
Remember tho name Doan's and
take no other.
., II II STi (MM ft PIANO rn
II1Q1 -V - 1 -. HV Wan-1A1I Wl M MJK IW
Special to the Leader.
A'nderson, Ind , Sept. 27. Miss Em
ma Meyeis, aged 18, fell in front oLa
corn binder. Her left leg was almost
severed. Sho was Othciwlso hoitibly
injured, and cannot live.
ST. CLAIR. BUILDING. 7 A
Causes sick headache, stomach and
bowel troubles. Take Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin, tho best l egulatoi ; a
CURTIS & HUTCHMAN.
CHARLES R. BUCHANAN
Special to the Leader.
Partial'! Ind., Sept. 27. Harvey
Vtin'il'cy, -ifif Salamonla. had ?330,
WHicKI fid, thought wai) liUhlja-.siColi-,
but when, ho vent to get his money
it was missing. He has no clew to
J 77 Front street, Marietta, Ohio
Solicitor for the
Great Western MAiuMe k MMmi (o.
Capital Stock $100,000.00. Full Paid and Non-Assessable.
Pr Value $100.00 per Share,
IT'S v I7P v TO v YOUc
fio jnu desire the continued prosperity of Maiictta? If so you must encour
ago legitimate mnnufautuio of stnplo articles.
Tho Great Western Automobile (3L Mixmifactiirinri ComuoLrtv nro-
poso oftfanizinj; foi tho purposo of tho manufacture of Automobiles and thoir
various jmits lis woll ns a stpcl rim which can bo used on any and nil ohiolos, alt
lioinfj umlci tho patents of Ml. A. W. Kent, cooriofj tjio latest and best poiuta in
tho ehicle, nrd to lo found in no other machine.
Tins Now YoiU Herald of Sept 1st, 1001, sns: "Tho demand
for Automobiles cxcitd tho supply, ten ta one, and manufactur
ers einnnt begin to supply ilicm."
Tilts "Jicat Wostein Compniiyjmipo'o mnnufaciuiing for tho trado as well r.s
furnishing; for the compk'lo machine. Steady cmjiloj mint will lio gnen to SOU
am loyeH IJo jou, thu capitalist, tho meiohant, oi the professional citizen, renl
io what it moans to ou? Don't talk poor business and hard luck, but investi
gate tins piopostliou and silb'cribo as much as possible Only fit) pci cent, of
iiiu total subsciiption is aslttd until tho organization is compleleil. Tho field
foi our product is vvoild-wide, and under proper management good dividends mo
Our sample mauhinn may bo ccon at tho Ilig Four Dicjclo looms on Front
(i root., and Mr. Kent, tio inventor, will. practically demonstrate it to any otio m
Leiostcd. Call ui on oi vrito for full particulars,
Your Lif eavayl
Ypu can be cured of any form of tobicco uslno
easily, bo mnds well, 6tronp, ln-iRiiLtic, full of
iltw lire cepd. visor by taking KO-TO-SAG,
that makes weak men strong. Many i?aln
ten ppii13 in ten days. Qver BOO,OO0
cured. All druggists. Cure cmraulaed Book.
H and advice 1RHB. Address STURtlNO
REMEDY CO . Chicago or New York. 437
Ono of nature's romedies"; cannot
harm tho weakest constitution; nover
fails to euro summer complaints of
young or old. Dr. Fowlcr'n Extract
of Wild Strawberry.
Reported Daily by C. It. Richardson,
Broker, No. 177 Front Street.
Atch. Pr. .
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So. Ry, Pr.
L. Ac N. .
R. G. ...,
Tl. G. F.
U. P. . .
U. P. Pr.
N. Y. C.
C Cf C.
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Nor. c .....54
C. P 109
'D.'&H. . ..103
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Special to tbo Leader.
Noblcsvillc, Ind., Sept. 27. R. M.
Isbervood, of Delphi, has asked for the
appointment of a receiver for the
Dally and Weekly Dcmociat, of this
city, and Is also demanding tho fore
closure of a $.1,500 moitasaEC.
Dridges rlveis, tunnels mountains,
builds cities, gathers up the scattered
rays ot one's ability, 'that's what
Rocky Mountain Tea docs. 33c. Ask
Special to tho Leader. .
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. 27 Gov
ernor Durbin hn3 honored a requisi
tion for thd return to 'Owen County,
Ky., of John Turner, under airest In
Delaware County. He is wanted in
Kentucky, on tho chaigc of betrayal.
Tho D. & O. S. W. will run an ex
cuision to Cincinnati leaving Satur
day evening, October 5th. Hate for
round trip $1.50.
Special to tho Leader.
Mansfield, 0 Sept. 27. Aithur and
Wilbur Thompson, aged respectively
10 and S years, today confessed to
burglarizihg the house of J. T. Shaf
fer on July 3 and September 23rd.
oun pnEAUUAi offer.
In this Issue of the Leader appears
a full description ot our phenomenal
ploratum offer, to which tho careful
attention of .tho public is respectfully
directed. Under the provisions of this
otfe'r, besides gottlng tho very best
nowspaper In this city or section, our
subsclbers aro afforded the oppoitun
Ity of securing a premium in the way
of a Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
fdr tho very low sum of ono dollar and
Blxty-elght cents. This offer applies
alikd to old ami now subscribers!
Our solicitor Is now at work In the
city of Marietta, and should ho fall to
call on you, please call us by tele
phone, wrlto, or come to our office
Don't tall to read thopremluni offer in
tila paper and don't fall to take ad
vattfanc' of it '
Both phones 14J-.
C. R.. R.ICHARDSON. Broker.
P. O. box 453.
Sf you have sour stomach, indigestion, bilioubneas, constipation, ba3
Jreath, dizziness, inactive liver, heartburn, I.idr.cy troubled', bacLa'Ene, ltKC
t( appetite, insomnie, iack'o'f encrrjy, bod blood, blbtched or muddy ski,
or any symptoms and diocrdcr3 vvfcish tell the. ctory of bad bovvcla and an,
impaired digestive system, L.ai:.!:ol.' vt'IH CiU'O You.
It will clean out tho bowclo, ctimr.l-te tho liver end Uitlncyc, ctrengthen
the mucous membrnnea of the ctolr.cch, pur:fy qur blood nr.d put yon
"on your feet" again. Your nppctite will 'return, your bowela move regu
larly, your liver nnd kidncya ccaoo to troiv'ole yoa, your ckln will clear and
freshen and you will feel the old time energy end buoyency.
Mothers DCtklnR tlio proper modlcliio to glvo tbiir llttlo onos for nonstlpatton,
diarrhea, collo and Bimllar troutdc, v-ill 1 nd Lixokola an Idcil liied'i tuo for clilldrcn.
It kropa tbclr bowela louulir without pdla o L'rtpliiK, uitd a3 a general tunic, iifsIoIs
naturo, aids digestion, rellovca r'BtlossccEs, ileiw to coiled tonguo, rluu fovur,
causes refreshing, restful sleep and makoa them v. ell, happy cul hearty. 3" Children
like U anil ash for it.
A. J. RICSTAJRD3
Laxakola is not only tho most efficient cf family rcmdlci, but Ilia not rt onumical, l-cur it cum.
bines two medicines vitt laxative and tonic, nnd at one price, 2fc. orfOc A -trufguls uid for frr
ample to TUB LAXAKOCV CO , 133 ,csau Street, N. Y , nnij mention tlie name o( your drucEKC
Mr" We will eipress to any address on receipt of Wc. In stamps cr poll note. Oil cIiuil'O vrcuuli.
"igtl amlly site botlla ol Laialf oUu sulQcicnt t Ut (or a Ion; lime
Etfpacsjciaci1,! i inn1 LUUI.M M .nmsniiwa
. TAHSY flHD
Tte Sttett, Sarctt end Only
Prlca S1.00 per boi. Pint wrapper,
fn ctrennth. 2.00 ni.p.hn. hv
mull, nniltnalil Addrosa Dfl. MnnRAtf A tVv.
I3rown U.o..' Ulde.', S. CUntou tu, Chicago, 111.
ooio uy LteuKlo & Lytlo add A. J.
Ulrhsrds. Drucclsts. Marietta.. Ohio.
tVnntud A lluubaiKl
Must be strontt ana never have a latat
.ack LU. UANKIH'S KIDNEY TAB
LETS strip the pain at once and cure
.wrmaneutly, Sold by Beagle & Ly
le and A. J, Richards, druggists, Mari
etta. Ohio. ... .. .
E J. OTJTT3LH,
ATTOimEY-AT-laW and NOTARY POpLlC.
Office 227 Putnam S'reet.
I Doors Above Conn Hi-.
The Marietta Jvlfjj. .Co.,
corner Putnam and Oilman
Sts;, West Side,- hcadquartc.-s
for iron .ind brass castings.