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TV'. Marietta Daily JLcader.
SUNDAY, JULY 14, 1901.
The Heat In Europe,
By Associated Press.
London, July 13. Violent thunder
storms and tropical rains In various
parts of Great Britain last night moder
ated tho fervid heat. There were 12
deaths from heat in tho French capital.
Advices from other points on the con
tinent indicate that the weather con
ditions are again normal.
Head Almost Torn off.
By Associated Press.
Chicago, Ills, July 13. Although his
head is nearly torn from his body, Jos
eph Burdlck is still alive and furnish
lng the most remarkable case known to
physicians. His head hangs by a mere
shred, being almost severed by a huge
piece of metal which fell across his
neck. His neck was not broken nor
were the jugular veins and carotid ar
tery Injured. He Is equipped with a
device for breathing which projects
from the throat just above the collar
bone. .
He has good chances to reco er.
Great Oil Company.
By Associated Press.
Lexington, Ky., July 13. The Na
tional Consolidated Oil Company with
a capital of five million dollars will be
incorporated in South Dakota in a few
days. Articles arawn up hei e are now
In the mails. The Company includes
men who hold interests In Kentucky,
West Virginia, Tennessee and Texas.
Other leases will be added as fast as
possible.
M. C. Alford, of Lexington and .1. H.
C. Vance of Louisville, are promoters of
the organization.
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HUNTING, THE MARVEL
In Ma fenrleiui Hptrnl OHctmHlonn and
iletfcunaloua on a Hlnglo wue? 1,
Kuropo'H gruatcHt aronlc Herniation,
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TEN PICCHIAN1S
ARTISTES ACROBATIQUE.
Kiither. nit daughters and three sonn.
In nHtoundliig drawing room ill
verwlona. The undoubted acrobatic
champion a o( all tho world.
In the Three
THE JACKSON
Now Comes
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-.BICYCLE SEPTETTE..
The prottliwt performance over Been of fancy and trick cycle riding.
T&8E m CMAfflPiOH
ITS ENORMOUS DOUBLE MENAGERIES A Veritable ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATURAL HISTORY
STARR
The Shooting Star, In his
thuI.udili.rot rmnii upon
Kiclteinent holds high carnival during
HUGE HEROIC DOUBLE HIPPODROMES
Isli'phtint Ra-'ffl, .Tol.iy Rnrcn, C irr 1 Unnii.
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TMS GRATUITOUS
Will tvuln to luovo tlirmiKh the prlnclp il
TWO PERFORMANCES DAIUY
ni unu o ', in., uoors upen
RA3N OR SHINE ON THE
In the New Process
ABSOLUTELY WATERPROOF
llmAmw Excursions
TO THHSB SHOWS
Oltf JLImIm lines
Of Travel.
SUPERB, SUBLIME SPECTACULAR SPLENDORS IN THE GRAND FREE STREET PAR
General Funston's Report
OF
Capture
v
By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C, July 13. Tho
War Department today made public
Brigadier General Funston's report of
tho capture of Agulnaldo, made under
date of May Gth. This report presents
In detail all the facts relating to the
capture of Agulnaldo which were made
public at that time.
General Funston shows that his en
tire plan of expedition was submitted
to the Commanding General of tho de
partment of Northern Luzon and then
was sent to General MacArthur, by
whom It was approved.
General Funston goes into details
concerning the capture and correspon
dence from Agulnaldo and the use he
made of Cecllio Sagismundo, who had
presented himself to Lieut. J. D. Tay
lor of the Twenty-fourth Infantry with
letters of Agulnaldo that he was to
delher to various Insurgent chiefs.
General Funston gives an account of
the forged letters which were used to
deceive Agulnaldo and writes as fol
lows of t"ie actual capture of the Insur
gent leader:
"The Maccabees started up Into the
town and we heard a few shots, follow
ed by scattered firing. We hastily
crossed the river and ninnlng up on the
town found that the Maccabees were
somewhat demoralized and firing
wildly. They were gotton under con
tiol with some difficulty. Agulnaldo's
guard of about fifty armed men line!
been drawn up to receive the reinforce
ments and on being fired lntobroke and
the lisliij IomcIi of
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USUAL SHOW GROUNDS.
HAPPY HOLBDAY FOR THE MASSES
Com tag ot the conquering hosts direct from the Bt nip n! their umunl ti lupipha la thtf irreat
metropolis, MADISON SQUARE CJARDbN, NEW YORK CITY,
AMERICA'S ONLY REAL METROPOLITAN SHOWS
-AND-
THE NATION'S ONLY TRULY REPRESENTATIVE SHOVS
sADAM FOREPA
SELLS BRO
20th CENTURY
Double Circuses.
Double Menageri
Double Hippodro
Double Museums
THE AMUSEMENT HARVEST
attenuate Inauguration r the Initial Tear of the sew
monarch, J. A. Bailey, W. W. Cole, Lewis Sells
managers, woo nave first t.noice 01 aii ining
All-Stir, All-Feature, AILChimplen, AINNoveltr.
All-Unlque Exhibition,
ALL THINGS BIOQEST AND BEST
Tho moat curious creatures of nil creation,
Nature'! greatvut marvels.
CAPTAIN
WOODWARD'S
SEA LIONS
The most marvnlouH and phenomenally trained
animals that ever lhed. PaHt.tM-HefmutilcIunH.Jut.
glers, ballplayers, equilibrists, vocalists, fiaiicerH.
nni I V III! Illl nlren,ueatrlt-nn!ntheworltl
Hill I Y Illl IAN. "1J thrown HomerHaultuou o.
UULUI JUWHIllbarebackhome.
Rings, on the Two Stages and In the
FAMILY I THE FIVE
RYAN, WE1TZEL
BAREBACK EQUESTRIAWS OFTHE WQB3LD
4- GREAT HERDS elephakts
The 4-Paw Danclnz Elephants. Melville's Miniature Alsmmoths.
Sells Brothers' Trained Titans. Emory' Midget MastoJoi.s.
MUSLINER'S Performing Pigs, Sheep, Goats and Pets of All Kinds
POHTOL'S Trained Dancing Bears. STOWE'S Educated Mcnkeys
25 CLOWNS
The
fun.
wild ride for life down I Ml M CPUflHD
nn nnllnury bicycle. I WW Fl. Oullnrin
the real rates by racers for reward In the
Ot.ittnr.fi Rare, Donkey IUceja Monkey Racea,
unu r our-norHO unariot jiacvri.
STREET PAGEANT
dtreets ot tho city about 9 A. U.
uno nour v.xttt yfrei'
DATE GIVEN
TENTS
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of Aphakic,
ran, a few of them returning the fire
as they retreated, Agulnaldo, with his
officers, had awaited in his quarters.
Placido and Segovia entered the house
to report tholr arrival and after a shoit
conversation Segovia stepped outsldo
tho house and ordered the Maccabees
who had just como up tho river bank
to open fire on the Insurgents who were
standing In line fifty yards away. Tho
1 Maccabees were so excited that their
fire was ineffective. But two of the
insurgents were killed, the remainder
In their flight threw away eighteen ri
fles and a thousand rounds of ammuni
tion. As soon as Segovia had given the
order he ran back Into the house and
opened fire on the officers surrounding
Agulnaldo wounded Villa and Alham
bia, the latter jumped out of the house
Into the river and was not seen again.
Villa, on being wounded, surrendered,
as did also Santiago Barcelona, Aguln
aldo's treasurer.
The remaining officers escaped from
the house and swam the river. Placido
seized Agulnaldo and told him that he
was a prisoner of the Americans. At
this juncture the Americans arrived on
the scene and gave their attention to
getting the Maccabees under control
and protecting the prisoners for them.
One Maccabee was slightly Injured on
the forehead."
In conclusion Funston deals out
piaise generously to all who had a
share In the expedition. He also
speaks In high piaise of Commander
Barry, of Vicksburg, and the assistance
the Navy rendered him.
Die
OOLOS
mes.
OF THE HEMISPHERE
"ft
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centurr bv tho wnrM famous
luaniue-l il
. nii"intn
anil Peter Sell,, equal nwnirx
in tne snow markers ot
the Woiil
Canvas Dome.
POTTERS
KINdS AND QUIXNb
OP THK UU
& ZORELLA, "fi&sWM
The
lauKhlnc f(Kthnl of hilarity. V firt of
The orislnal Soo-See Raj; Time Hand,
Show World !
JUlf Di
sus
arairtniui melange ol imminent unJ iniiouj.
The Happy Tramp A v. lie:!, ridlag
up and down stairs.
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GIRL
Now Denies the Story oi the
Assault.
Munclo, Intl., July 13. door-go Davis,
aged 18, testifying in court today, swore
that Ralph Coko and others, accused
by her, wero innocent and that sho had
not been assaulted. Sho said sho pre
ferred to go to prison for perjury rather
than to send to prison tho young men.
The case against Coko was "dismissed.
The girl was sent to prison ,for ten
years. '
Her parents live In West Virginia.
Some believe she was Intimidated and
forced to retract her first story of the
assault. An Investigation is in pro
gress. WILLIAMSTOWN.
Thursday from 4:30 p. m. till 9 p. m.
the home of Mrs. Will Bailey was tho
sceno of a brllliantsoclal gathering.
The event was a pleasant reception ten
dered by Mrs. Bailey to about an hun
dred of her friends. The beautiful
rooms were A mass of cut flowers and
potted plants and together with the
pretty costumes worn made a very
pleasing picture. In the receiving line
were Mr. W. G. Bailey, Misses Eliza
beth, Helen and Virginia Henderson.
Mrs. Bailey was gowned In white. Miss
Elizabeth Henderson wore pink lawn
with trimmings of black lace, Miss Hel
en's gown was pink organdie with a
boleio and trimmings of Renaissance
lace. Miss Virginia was becomingly
attired In white organdlo. Refresh
ments were served on the lawn by
Misses Glennah Dulin, Lela and Lena
Osenbaugh, Connie Wigton, Ethel Har
vej and Madeline Rhinehart, of Mariet
ta. Mesdames S. B. Morgan and D. A.
I'hl served lemonade in the dining
room. During the evening vocal and
Instrumental music was rendered uy
Mrs. G. R. Ahrendts, Miss Ethel Har
e. Misses Elizaoeth and Virginia
Henderson, Mrs. J. W. Rider and miss
Louise Hathaway, of Marietta, The
out of town guests were Mrs. Gallaher,
Mis. Rhlnehait and Miss Louise Hatha
way, of Marietta. Mrs. Harry Part
ridge and Miss Bit die Ferrel, of Boaz,
W. Va. Mrs. C. M. Mayhugh, of Park
ershurg Mrs. G. R. Hammat and Mrs.
Giles Hammat, of Vienna.
t
Mrs G. S. Baggett'and children re
turned Satuiday evening fiom a visit
of several weeks at Colliers, AV. Va.
Kev Mr. Baggett Is now at Clifton
Spiings, N. Y., taking medical tieat
ment, his condition is not much lm
picet. ' & Louise Hathaway, of Marietta,
Is the guest of the Misses Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carnahan enter
tained at tea Friday evening In honor
of their son and wife. Rev. and Mrs. H.
M. Carnahan. Their guests were E. E.
McTaggart and sister, Miss Sophia E.
L. McTaggart, and sister, Miss May.
Mrs. S. B. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. John
Lenhard.
H. C. Henderson has purchased Capt.
Hall's property on Walnut street. Con
sideration ?1,500. Capt. Hall will move
to Utitca, O., about the first of October
Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Cochran, of , Puts
burg, Pa., are guests of Mrs. William
M. Kenzie.
A very pleasant surprise was planned
by-the friends of Miss Dora Dunnaway
on the evening of the 12th Instant. The
occasion was her 20 th birthday. An
enjoyable evening was spent by the
party of young folks.
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Mrs. George Hunter made a trip to
Pittsburg, Pa., on the Steamer Kanaw
ha returning homo Wednesday.
Mis. Sue Mlraben Is visiting friends
at Biaddock, Pa.
V
4Miss Ida Cai others, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
Is the guest ot Mrs. R. P. Campbell.
Mrs. Katie Slater has opened a hotel
In the Stewart property on Railroad
street.
Mrs. B. M.'Barry has jieen spending
a part of tho week at St. Marys, the
guest of ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Patterson.
Rev. H. M. Carnahan will preach In
tho M. 12. Church Sunday morning.
Clear thinking, decisive action, vim,
vigor of body nnd mind, the sparkle of
life come to all who it3e Rocky Moun
tain Tea. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
Buckeye Torpedo Go.
H. O. NELSON, Mgr.
All kinds of oil nnd gas well shooting.
Electric shots a specialty. All orders
recqlved by telephone or telegraph will
receive prompt attention,
Olllco 220 2nd stroot. Bell phono COO,
TME MIE BOLD CORE,
Ait Ingenious Treatment by rlilcll Drunk
ards lire iielnsTourotl Dally in Bptto
of Themselves,
No Noxious DfisiM, No VfoakoTilns of thn
iirve. A l'leacnllt and 1'iisltlvo Cure
for tlio I.li(uor llnblt.
It Is now generally known and uu-do-stood
that Drunkenness Is a disease
and not weakness. A body filled with
poison, and nerves completely shatter'
ed by periodical or constant use of In
toxlcating liquors, requires an anti
dote capable of neutralizing and era'dl
eating this poison, and destroying the
craving for intoxicants. Sufferers may
now cure themselves at homo without
nubllcitv or loss of time from business
bv this wondeiful "HOME GOLD.
CURE" which has been perfected after
many years of close study and treat
ment of Inebriates. Tho falthufl use
according to directions of this wonder
ful discovery Is positively guaranteed
to cure tho most obstinate case, no
matter how hard a drinker. Our rec
ords show the marvelous transforma
tion ot thousands of Drunkards into
sober. Industrious and upright men.
WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS! !
CHILDREN CURE YOUR FATH
ERS!! fhls remedy Is In no sense a
nostrum but Is a specific for this dls
easp only, and Is so Bkllfully devised
and prepared that It is thoroughly sol
uble and pleasant to the taste, so that
It ran be given In a cup of tea or coffee
without the knowledge of the person
taking it. Thousands of Drunkard3
have cured themselves with this price
less remedy, and as many more have
been cured and made temperate men
by having the "CURE" administered
by loving friends and relatives without
tholr knowledge in coffee or tea. and
believe today that they discontinued
drinking ot their own free will. DO
NOT WAIT. Do not be deluded by
apparent and misleading "Improve
ment." Drive out the disease at once
nnd for all time. The "HOME GOLD
CURE" is sold at the extremely low
price of One Dollar, thus placing with
in reach of everybody atreatment more
effectual than others costing $25 to $50.
Full directions acompany each pack
age. Special advice by skilled physi
cians when requested without extr.i
charge. Sent prepaid to any part of
tho world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dent. 0212, EDWIN B. GILES
& COMPANY. 2330 and 2332 Market
Street. Philadelphia.
All concspondanc stiictly confiden
tial. Real Estate.'
A 5-ropm house and lot on Montgom
ery street, near Sixth street, ?1,000. A
fivo-room house on Matthews street,
$1,200. $200 cash and balance $15 per
month. Several lots on Fourth street,
below Marlon street, from $300 to $700.
Several houses trom $1000 to $1,200 on
payment of $150 cash and balance on
monthly payments.
Some desirable lots for speculation
at $100 each. They are the best In
vestment In the city.
u
k
Ward-Nicholi Bl-ok.
Rumsey Pumps.
Buckeye Pumps.
Meyers Pumps.
Anti-Freezing Well Pumps.
Pump Supplies at
P. S. Win. Parrish, a practical
pump man, may bd found nt the shop
nt all times.
ANANAS !
We receive a car of bananas
every week. We are going
to sell them at 5 and 10 cents
per dozen. The best lemons
at 15c cer dozen; 2 dozen for
25c. We get our goods by
the car lots. We sell cheaper
than any fruit stand in town.
All fruit stands in town buy
their fruits from us. Just call
ana see our prices, nnc ap
ples 10c apiece. Oranges 20
cents per doz. We would be
pleased to have you call and
see us ! We have three of
the biggest fruit stands in the
city, No. 8 Tiber Way, But
ler street; Putnam street, be
low the Post office; Corner
Green and Ohio.
Telephone 309.
A.C.
&
The Greatest Purifier.
De noil's Kidney Pills euro all dis
eases oi uie muneys. Tiiai is wny jjc
nolt'a TfMnpv Plltfl Pltrn Tl.flit'ci llc
eases, Diabetes, Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Heart disease, Femalo troubles and
Urinary nnd Bladder complaints.
Theso diseases are the results of un
healthy or disordered klndnoys. De
Bell's Kidney Pills cure Invariably and
Fhuner
m
unany. iney nave never railed yet.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents pei
box.
For onlo by the Klrby Drug Company.
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"Witch ETazel,
5 FULL PINTS 25c, S
JS . -AT- I
i ' BEAGLE & LYTLE'S, 5
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S. DRUQ- STORE. 2
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GEORGE B, ( SUNDERLAND,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE,
Has for sale or rent business or real
dence property In tho city suburbs. Jg
;ou wish to buy, sell or rent call ca
Mr. Sunderland. Valuable farma fcC
Jale on easy terms. Also lota or resi
dences In Norwood, Rathbono, Glass
Plant, Falrviow Heights or Mt Ever
ett additions. Offloe rn Second street,
opposite UnioD Qepoi.
REAL ESTATE.
Real estate can bo turned into money
nt any time, but it is seldom that money
can bo turned into real estate such as
we havo to offer now.
Wo have a fino business location, al
ready fitted up for operation, and it is
located right in tho lionrt of tho city.
Also nearly 100 lots in fino location, out
of high water, for $250 to WOO, and
residence properties of nil kinds all over
tho city. Call and see us at rooms,
Mills Building;, or call us up bv either
phono, No. 451.
Goffman& Palmer.
Room 6. Miin Building.
CARTER & MOORE.
Real Estate, Loans and General Insurance
Room 10, Mills Building, Cor. 2nd
nnd Putnam streets.
We have a list of barpains
in Real Estate of everv de
scription, including houses,
lots, business property, tarms,
etc. We have a brand new
house on Front street, near
Montgomery, consisting of 6
rooms, bath, etc., lot 40 x J80
a big bargain $2200.00. If
you want to buy, sell, ex
change or -rent property of any
kind come and see us. We
have both telephones.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
PHONE 402.
DEALER IN
REAL ESTATE
s AND
OIL PROPERTIES,
OTTO BUILDING, 122 PUTNAM ST
MARIETTA, OHIO.
ED. FLANDERS i
General Insurance
-AND-
Real Estate,
Room 2 Hagan Block.
Win. W. MILUSj
l'ruslduiit.
J, S. GOKIlt:!.,
Cashier,
TIIOH, W, MOOItK,
Vice President,
G. O. II EST,
Assistant Cashier,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
Tin First National fltik,
MARIETTA. OHIO.
CAPITAL $150,000. SURPLUS, 5150.000.
AYERAGE DEPOSITS $1,200,000.
DIRECTORS:
John Mills, W. D. Dovol, Charles Pen
rose, Thos. W. Moore, Wm. W. Mills.
B. STEINBERG, F. SCHAEFER,
-'resident. Gen'l Mgr. nnd Supt
-THE-
FRANK
PAIORST
Marietta Artificial
Stone Compy.
Portland Cement Pavements.
Layers of Cement Sidewalks, Cellars,
Yards, Carrlago Houses, &c.
Office: City Electric Building, corner
ront and Butler streets.
Telephone: Marietta, ' 735.
All Work Guaranteed
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