Newspaper Page Text
lawtrir -.tr fcwi immflew SBffwy "x TW-71 3 -;t 'rft ,. CURIOUS CUCKOOS. ' 'fill- cuckoo ia generally known only na'n bird with a very tnonotonoun note : a conllnubua cry of " cuckoo, cuckoo" ovcf,aiul over again. Among naturalists, however, the cuckoo is known as a bird ' that never builds a nest for itself, but takes advantage of otic already built by ojne more industrious bird. There ii a good deal of the cuckoo about these advertisers who, instead of making a success of their own, seek to profit oy the success which wine one else has made with much effort and labor. It is so with those imitations of Dr. Pierce's methods, by which free medical advice is offered, although those w)lo niake the offer are without qualified medical ability or experience. And the cry raised in sinie edscs of "'woman, woman, woman write to wonlan" makes tHe: resemblance to the cuckoo even stronger. i T;hcre is as far as known no qualified woman .physician connected with any proprietary medicine establishment, aiid nolle therefore competent to give niedi cal lidyicc. It is certain that there is no v Ohc.'man 6r Woman, who can offer free medical advice backed by such knowL edge and experience as is possessed by Dr; R. V. Pierce, chief consulting phy sician to the World's Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y, For bver thirty years Dr. Pierce lias made ta specialty of the treatment of diseases peculiar to women. In that tihie he lias treated over half-a-million women, ninety-eight per cent, of whom h4ve been jerfectly cured. Every sick woman is hrvited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter absolutely without charge or cost. Rvery letterla held as strictly pri vate and sacredly confidential, and all answers are mailed securely sealed in perfectly plain envelopes "bearing no printing whatever upon them. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes Weak W.onien Strong and Sick .Women Well. That some fellers get rich, there's no mistuko, Why' shouldn't they with the profits tliey make tin "drugs, pcrscrlptlons, on powders anil pills, Andyou plunklu' cash right into their tills? Butsave these profits, you can if you will, Yor drug shopping do with your UNCLE BILL. Alen's Talcum Powder.Gc, C5c per doz. Armour's Extract of Beef 40c Jvncrican Extract of Beef 35c iicf, Wino and Iron 21c, 48o mtcmah'a Drops 5c Jtohclnian Malt Extract '"I ...'..'..; .' 15c, $1.50 per doz uuerlillk Soap Cosmo. 7c,20c per box arkor's Bone and NerVc Liniment. . 19c Jabbctt's Potash 7c 'Colgate's Barber Soap 5c 'Cashmero Boquct Soap 23c fCullcura Sbao 10c (Castdria. i 23c Coko'Dandruff Curo 79e DeWltte's Colic Curo ..50c sizo for 25c DoWitt's Early Risers 19c Diamond Dres 7c ! tiDounlsy Kidney Pills.. ,'. ..'. 39c ..iFcUWBf Jtidnoy .Fllls.V. . i . . . .-, .305, uomuauits uaustic uaisam., , . a . i j Godfrey's Cordial. . , He Hairs Catarrh Curo f.Oc Hand's Colic Cure 18c Hood's Soap lDc Libtcr.cnc .- ,..19c and 75c Lightning Hot Drops . . , 19c Uelblg's Extract of Beef 40c MdlUn's Pood , 38c, fJ8c Malted Milk , 38c, 75c Mcimcn's Talcum Powder lc Majarna, the great midsummer tonic, full quart bottles, only... 80c Perfection Dyes .7c Perfumed Violet Talcum Powder .-'. 10c, 3 for 25c Plnldlilm's Vegetable Compound;. 75c Pear's Unscentcd Soap 12c Pabst Malt Extract 19c Pctcrman's Roach Food ..15c, 25c, 40c Rogers and Gallct " Wood Violet Toilot Water ...50c Red Raven Splits 12e Rubber Gloves ,90c and ?L00 per pair Sa"polo 7c Williams' Barber Soap 5c -."Wino of Cardul ,.., ...,79c y fWhRmoro's ant Edgo Shoo, jliress- 1 ing.r 19c Welches' Giapo Julco, pint 23c This Is only a llttlo of what there is. There is only one,, yes, one, only, clean, complete, fair, square, up-to-dato lnnd original cut-rato drug store inHho city, and mine's It. .Goods delivered. Tclophono' your commands. Mall fno your wants, and should you ro'mif.njoro that tho amount of your purchase tho bnlanco will be return ed. " Yours for bdslncss, Will S.' Richardson, 1 The Cut-Rato Druggist. i 127 Greeno street. Wealth Savor and Health Aider to tho ;Slck. 1 Bell phono j501. Maileta phone' 53. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE ,M Hock IlyUfnn, Pjlffop. Don't put oil lmjIiiK 1 ailiomo Until Mm prion nilvimco. I lumi rnnin of t)i best lti)ln luNci-tmMitx cvi'r ollorid In ltei,Ktate Npyrilunblii Iioums WHW, nlrimds routed lit Ci I pur inoutli. 5 rnumcit iimvioLi((t, wntrr and Kim. oul flnluli unci ovor) tliliiK com jileta fur 1613W on fUHy imimonts. 0 roomid juoJorii huiim, iioy, rurniir lot, wnll irradiil, uocxl hum, null wpti thluit ttrxt Hans, oilll urU, Oooit lnjilw of 0 rooms, wilier und mix ami iiIh)iii JiIkIi vwiUir, tsnu in nimy phinioiitrt. :tt) .it-ro fit nu witli iilvutj of fruit unit Ijorrli' of nil kiiHln, rixk! fi'iicn", 'Kobd ImlldliiKH, plenty of wiiti-r, 'i inlliwfrom city, (or $IM). 1U rooniiil .inolTh hoUKiv Hti'tfy fllUlllllltlol, lllfKI Hit, Jinvll flri'titiuiil nllcr. 'JOlnvt from cur linn, nnn of tjm (luuft limitUiiiH In tlio oily nnil n lioiultt . fill rpnliloncu fur AjUX). A film viinmt lot on Wnrrvn stroot, 'i wiiuirn from rnr lim. Rood lie cation for (Inn roslitelico.wlll ml vi'ry clump. An oleuttiit 0 riKiiml Iiouiin tliu st BIiIimiIkIh' JiIkIi ni'ittV for 41TUI, I ,lmn tlm cliolci-st of viiriuit loI In iijl tlm iiien mihurbi, ami Will KlmrniiUHi tlm lnwtwt, prlciw 8eyor 1 1 proimrtlM ludicluikiicn. K)iu uiiutto tr.ulo, liny or mill mil'kltict of hmpurty don't fall to no my MA I canfurnUli ou tixnctlj what you wunt nml make tlm Uirnm l unit lln piicKptlMiok tarin laniUof illlkiiulK. und lib propnrt) nf nyitrj dlscrlptliih from 1U) Up lo HV"'. vy-SBAOTIN-, DenU'r In Itcnl Kitti, Ofllco, Bncniul ftroof IISTJEOTOKS. . Wc sell the Garfield, and uiarahtee them to give satis faction. A. ' j The Marietta Mtg;. Co. "! rr lubtcnl for tho Uaily 'LeaUilt. T4 e UUa wcok. 4 The Marietta. Leader. (Dally and Weekly.) PniDAY, AUGUST 23, 1001. The' Public Mirror. Charles Smoot, of Parkorsburg, ts n business visitor in tho city. Mr. Henry Leonhart la the proud father of a ten-pound son. i. Mrs. Win. Fischer Is culto 111 at her homo in tho East End. Mr. Georgo Morris, of Layman, is c'alllng on friends in tho city, Mr. M. Israel, of Cincinnati, Is calling on friends In tho city. Mr. Mullen ,ot Parkcrsfiurg, was Ii business visitor In tho city Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Hill spent Thursday In Parkorsburg, calling on friends. Prof. Andiews returned Thursday fiom Zancsvlllo, where ho has been on business. Mr. M. J. O'Connor will commence a well at once on the Reynold fami at Gravel Bank. Hiram Dcmmlng, a piomlncnt citizen of Constitution, was In the city oiivbuslncss Tluusday. Mis. Chailes Bratsbrom and daughter, who have been the guests of J. S. H. Toiner and family, left Thursday for their homo in Chicago. Mrs. Charles Parker, of Zancs vllle, passed through the city Thurs day on the way to Parkorsburg, where she will visit fi lends forsovoial weeks. Mr. and Mis. Knowles,.of Fouith street, who have boon residing here for some time, loft Thursday for Poits motith, where they will reside In ru tin c. Miss Blanche Lecper and Willie Leeper ictuined Thursday from Mc Connclsville, whoic thoy have been the guests of Dr. Jams Leeper for the past two weeks. Mrs. Booth and daughter, of Cov ington, Ky., who have been the guests of Capt. Booth and family, Fouith street for the past two weeks, left Tluusday for their home. Mr. C. J. Scott and daughter, who have been the guests of George Mor ris at Layman for several weeks, passed through the city Thursday on their way homo in Parkorsburg. Brings attractiveness to listless, un lovable girls, making thenl handsome, marriageable women. That's what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35c. Ask your druggist. (VINCENT. . I JJlltu7nT7TT"ll JV'i ir Mis. Kitty Leonard, of Glouster, isf tho guest of relatives here. o Mrs. LIda Conley, of Mailetta, was called heio Tluusday by the Illness ot her aunt, Mrs. Eliza Dunbar. o Mr. James Palmer left Mondny for Buffalo, New York, to visit tho Pan American Exposition. V o Mr. Charles Fulleiton and family, of Michigan, have moved to' this village. o Mrs. Willis Webster spent a few days last week with relatives at Bioadwcll. o Miss Emma Kepler came homo Fri day f i om Marietta, whore she has been working, for a two weeks vacation. I -o- Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Berkley and Mrs. Sainh Berkley roturned home Wed nesday fiom a visit with iclatlves In Morgan county. -o- j Tho ball given at tho hall hero Fri day ovenlng was largely attended, and ,i a good timo Is reported. o Miss Essio Picston, of Cincinnati, is vlsllng her aunt, Miss Mary J. Pres ton. "Havo you any doubts lemalnlng?" said Mrs. Jones. "No, Marinda, I have not. I took Rocky Mountain Tea last night," 'Twill remove ariy lmpuro thoughts in the, human family. 3Dc. Ask your druggist. A Very Dead Dog. A couplo of ladles were down froln Addison shopplngloday alld they were followed by a big fox hound which be longed to thorn. They not knowhig that Jt was fashionable 'for ladles' to bo followed aiound by a'laigo dog, tied It up bauk of th'c 1Mb Clothing Stoic, until they would bo icady to ro tuin homo. In Uio mcanllmo tho ddg got tired of waltliig On theiil, Jutnpcd the tenco, and, lmnginjr himself was found by tho ladies "deader than Jul ius Caesar. Gnlllpolls Tribune. ' '' Glove (leaner. Ladies, clean your kid glovos with La Bollo GIovo Cleutier, for- sale ony by Otto Bros., headquarters for dress ed ami undressed kid gloves. All tho leading shades. Gloves fitted and warranted,., , , When Quech VlcVtaa was in tr'olttntl a Dublin photographer secufld it1 ik ttuo pf hr with n sprig df Abulhrcidc in Hop bonnet. This lsteald toile tho best photograph, ever niado of her, :J.!m LIGHTNING Causes Sidden Death of a West Virginia School Teacher. Special to the Leader. Clarksburg, West Virginia, Aug. 22, 18. C. Nutter, young Bchool rcachor living at Glen Falls, was going from tho residence of a Mr. Frecdman, im mediately beyond tho lowor yart of Plnnlcklnnick hill on Elk Hill, (whlcli can bo seen from our city), on his way home. He was accompanied by Ch'as. Reed, a companion school teacher. 'On tho way they wcie caught in tho thunder shower, and sought refuge un der a largo white oak tree upon the upper part of tho hill. A bolt ' of lightning struck the tree, instantly killing Nutter and scvciely stunning his companion. Nutter was leaning With Ills back up ngalnst the tree And Rccd was standing a few "feet frbm him when the bolt descended. As sdon Family Reunion. Mis. Margaiet Keeler, visiting ller daughter, Mrs. Christian Kremer,-'on Cats Creek, nbovo Lowell, was stir prised Sunday, August -18th, by the presence of her children, grandchil dren and gieat-giandchlldicn. Mrs. Keeler will be 71 yeais old October 11th, 1901. ' The following chlldicnwcio present: Mr. Chiistian Cramer, of Cats Cieok; John Decker, of Lowell; Milton Dcv'ol, Jonas Mason and Fiank Mason, 'of Marietta; Phillip Keeler, of Rainbow; Otto H. Heiiniger, of Lowell, Phillip Doebeielucr, of Elba, O. Grand ' children present: Phillip Ciamer, Mrs. Flora Docbeiclner; John, Katie, Nolllo and Maiy Decker; dark, Hattle, Gertrude and Marjorle Devol; Florence, Hazel, iJon, Theron -and Edith Mubon; Princess, Belva, Jonas and Caola Mason; Freda, Florence and Lucille Keeler; Mlldicd Hemme scr. Great-giandchldren: Mllford, Rblla and Geoige Doeberelner. ' Mr. W. M. Fischer, of Swifts, Ohio, was present, and enjoyed himself as ono of the family. ' Dinner was scivcd at 11 a. m., aifp per nt 4 p. m. After dinner a 'pro gi ammo was auanged and an houii was spent In listening to the chil dren's lecltatlons and singing,! jaitZ which Ice cream and lcmona n $100 Reward, $100. , i The readers df this paper will t) pleased to learn that thero Is nt least ono dreaded disease that science has Hen able to cure In all tls stages, arid that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catairh Cure Is tho only nosltlve cure known to the 'niedlcal fraternity. Catanh being a constitutional disease, remiues a con stitutional treatment. Hall's Catairh Curo taken internally, acting dlicctiy upon tho blbod and mucuos surfaces or the system, thereby destioylng the foundation of the disease, and glvirig the patient strength by building dp the constitution and assisting nature in doing Its work, The proprietor hayo so much faith in Its euiiftlyo poweru, that v they offer One. Hundred Dollais for any case that It falls,, to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Tole do, O. Sold by druggists, 75o. Hall's Family Pills aro tho best. PROGRAM Ror , Anniversary .Entertain ment of Dawes Camp. Tho following program has been prcpaied for tho annlvcrsaiy cnter tatnmcut to bo given by Dawes Camp Sons of Veteians, Monday pvenlng, August 20tli: Siriglng Amw'lca Audience'. Addi ess of Welcome Chairman of the Meeting, H." V. Speelman. Solo Mrs. Coiipler. T , Aiidress Patriotism Capt. L. J. Cut tor, Organizer of Dawes Camp. Recitation Miss Bergen. Address-'-Comnianilor Smith Minor ot Bucil Post. No. 17S, G. A. R. Sinking Audience. ' Addicss Mis. Dyor, Piesldcnt of Burll W- R- C. Address Coinmandcr Judd, of Gates -Tost, a: A.-n: ' ,,r AddrcbB Pic(piit,of flates W. R. C. Hej'ltn,ponT jMlj-ja Florcnco Yoliiig. . Address Mrs. , J, 0. Reach, Prealdoilt ui uiiwcs uami, j. a. t. Ulstoty of Dawes Camp Capt. F. W. . Combs. RetlUlifg qeo. H. Hrttlnold. Singing Audience. Refreshments;. - A thopsaiYd thlntss' bylt nib done far fitter than' most tlililga (lo dnb. We iefer to1 Rock'' Mounlalh Tea tnddn by Madlsou Medicine Co. :iu cents. " Ask your 'druggist " " OJiio Exposition .Cdliimbns, 6. l,:;fho u & ,q, s-w .will' sou .ti'cjVciis ftbpd gdiiig August aJtii to SonlbtiiUfjr sill- wt $Mh m Mwj 7(lj ut ?4,40. AJso Aufedat' 20th tlJ Sciitcmbcr tlth at J3-.30 feood retilHtlhV; two days ufter diUo of sale, as Rccd .sufficiently lccovcicd from the shock ho managed In some way td gel over to tho top of tho hill looking down upon W. S. Smith's residence. Ho called for help and Mk Smith, who was at the supper table at the time, ran up to him. Rccd told Smith thai ho thought that every bone In tho low er part of his tody was broken and that the lightning had killed his com panion. There was rio mark upon Nutter's body saving a large dark burn! spot upon tho breast, which Indicated tho manner of his death. Rccd was sc vciely shocked and burned about the left log. Nutter's left shoo was split In Bin cds. Both young men had at tended the examination of tcacheis In this city yesterday and Nutter had passed a very successful examination. FIRAWESS Of Steel Stocks Maintained Yesterday. By Associated Press. Now York, Aug. 22. Dcallngri In stocks were still further decreased to day but tho undertone of firmness which leccntly characterized the mar ket persists. Theie were more points of positive strength m today's market than in yesterday's, but the goneial list showed slightly less sympathy than yesterday. Stocks In which net changrs were noticeable were very tew. B & O. was conspicuously strong, rising an exticme four points, and bituminous toal carriers wcie cneially flint In sympathy. Theie was also a late spin I In Missouri Pacldi' which can led the stock 3li ov er last night. There vas a vigorous advance in Amalgamated Copper in the last hour which lifted that stock 3' points and canying Anaconda with it I'i on talk of further extensive con solidation of copper interests. An thracite carriers continued to show strength. Gains extended to 3 In Lackawana, 3 In Delaware and Hud son and 1 to 1 In other groups. In all other niomlncnt stocks movo- llients were restiicted to f i actions. "Tlift' tllmni'ss of If. S. Stppl stnidK was maintained on a very light vol imo of dealings. Some speculative and conveitiblc .dllroad bonds wcie active. Bonds jenerally wcie quite dim. Govern ments unchanged. TOLEDO MARKET. By Associated Press. Toledo, O., Aug. 22. Wheat, 72-Ji; corn, GSi; oats. 35'; lye, D7'i; cloveiseed, ?G.t(T bid. STOCK MARKETS. Reported Dally by C.' K. Richardson, Broker, No. 177 Front Street. O. II. L. c, Ateh 75 7'C-ys 73 7(ik Atch. Pr. ..DC's BG-n 00 9G So. ,Ry. . . 33 33 V4 32 33','t So. Ry. Pr.. 88 8S 87 87:i L. & N. .. lOSJi 104 103i 10J R. G 42 43V6 12 43 It. G. 1st ..78 idVi 78 79U O. & W. . .31 34 31 34n J. C 1G2 1G2 1G2 1G2 U. P 38 U9 98 99 U.. P. Pr. ,90?i 90 00 90 N. Y'. C. .153 154 153 154 Ci C. C. . ..90l .90V& 90 90 Met. Tr. . . 1CGVI 1G8 1CCV4 1G" Wab. Pr. .. ,40 40 40 40 D. & H. . .11C 1C9 1GG 1G9 Pa 14G 14G 145 14G S. P 57 58 57 57 111 115 llG'A 114 145a Alt 38 39 38 39 Tex 42 43 42 43 C. & O. ...17 47 1G 1G N. & W .. ,5G 57 5G 50 Erie 38 39 3S 39 Erie 1st. . ..G7 G7 GG G7 M. P 102 101 102 104 Man 118 118 118 11S B. R. T. . .74 "5 74 75 St. Paul. . 1U5 1GG 1CG lGGi4 R. 1 143U 142 112 142 G. E 250 2G0 259 2G0 P. 0 112 112 112 112 Stlg 134 131 134 134 T. C. I... .03 04 03 04 B. & O. .. 100 101 , 1Q0 101 U. S. S. ,...42 43 42 43 U. S. ft. Pr. .92 93 92 93 A. N. C. .. 45 40 15 40 a, cuv .. au US. 115 119 A. 2U 29 29 23 A. R. 52 51 Ci 52 P. R. S. . .42 42 42 12 R. B. C. . ..21 21 "21 21 G,-O.yTr .; .QJ lil 07 07 licathbr. . .13 iq 13 13 Ut'PlV, 82. fe2 81 S2, NEW YORK PRODUCE EXCHANGE ' v ' O. If. L. C. Wheat, Sept. . 75 7C (5 70, ,Wleati M0c . .77 78 77 78 Corn, Solit. . .CL (!1 1 01 Corn. Dot. . ..02 02 02 02 Rea"! ESiat Safes. J. W. McChifom r'ojkirta tlio sal'o of W. M( 'iiavld ti6 'David UoW rHim, Moss Run, to i'hVoUoro itutchlBoh, cohsldcrallon ?3,00o. Alsb tiVo kalo' ot a 1p, In ,Uo Uute Wd-Tta 'Alfiflfitfn, EUst kiid, belonging to W. H. Taylor, tb Josojih It. Arm strong, consldciatlon, f200, Sawtvlfeutft M jtivi'uot- iJ.trf- mmtiwm 1 l. Um (iMwmm MIUUlUpiUUL, The most wonderful talking machine dver invented. Much more powerful and durable, and costs less than other inaehines. ' .Records indestructible. Hundreds visit our store to hear it. You will be made welcome, too. This is a good time to Your Piano Tuned, And put in first-ulass condition. This lias been a hard summer on pianos, and unless yours has already had attention, its joints aro stitr, and its voico hitrsli and "rnttly." Try it and see, then call us up by either phono No. 71. We Have lots of FINE PIANOS. Always keep them. U COME I ti sTEVis mm k PIANO (0. Jj jl ST. CLAIR. BUILDING jl Both phones 141. P. O. box 453 x C. R. R.ICHARDSON, LICENSED BROKER 177 Front street, Representing BANKERS AND BROKERS, 66 Broadway, - - B Eight Successful Properties. The August 1st rojiort issued by Douglas, Luicoy it Co , of thoir oigbt prop erties, consisting of the "Now Century,'" tho "Rebel," tho "Kicker," tho "Mam moth" and tho "Silver Belt" mines, tho "Smelter" and "ComtuonwoaithBmel tors and tho i'Union Consolidated Oil" companies, is an intelligent and interest ing roiioit to tho stockholders. Concentrates from these mines mav bo examined nt mj olllcc, where all the desired information limy also bo obtained. ' - "" TOLEDO, O., Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Well Supplies Boilers, Engines, Cordag-e and Pipe. Branch stores in all'oil fields. Long Distance 'Phnne 237. ' , , , . i STOliE AND WAHEHDUSJBi NO. 134 SECOND STREET. MARIETTA, OHIOr rTfiNltlAYAtlVEfi H you have nour btomach, indigestion, biliousness, conotipatiqh.jibjp breath, dizziness, inactive liver, heartburn, kidney troubles, backachetajp Sf appetite, insomnia, lack pf energy, bad blood, blotched or muddy, sjdifc or any symptoms and disorders which tell the story of bad bowels and an Impaired digestive system, LaxaUola Will Curo You.. It will clean out tho bowels, stimulate the ilver and kidneys, strentt the mucous membranes of the stomach, purify your blood and pbt ycSli o?j your iccv again, nour appetite will return, your uowcia move rcgur larly, your liver and kidncya cease to trouble you, your skin will clear ifi'd freshen and you will feel the old time energy and buoyuncy.J " 1 , V . f, r Mothers Becking tho uropor iiicdtotno to glvq tUclr llttlo onca for constipation, dl&rrlion, oolio niul similar troublos, 111 lind Laxnbola an Ideal medicine tor chlldrpn. It kcopa tliolr bowola regular without pain or grlplntf, ucta da a general tonic, assists paturo, alda dlgcntion, rellovca restleasurha, clean tbo coated tonguo, re4up&a, t$rit, cabso.a refreshing, rcBttul Bleep and makcii thcniA'oll,liappy and hearty. tj-CAildnn like it and atk for it. For Sale ty , ,- '" '1 "" Iaiakola not only h tpmi fflc n( of -m Jy y?"F?"tf& ZmiJ iit 111 ...- Yr "" w wtivn V Wo w II tiprcis to finy addrcis on receipt ol ty manly l ipitl ?f Walton, ,m 'w 'For yourself and friends is made easy by the use 'Of AND SEE. Marietta, Ohio Cx'J New York - 0" -3-5 C. VL. RICHARDSON. PITTSBURG, PA. .,3 remBheS . UJ; - IW Will IPWIWWiWlMMWIIHMUMWiyWl i rf mdlett but tho most economical, UcftUM ll ct. At druUi, Strtdtl& i i 60c. la stamps or pgat note, ill chucci brtsuLS (,r Kty im. vn ,0"' " v' ntWl i, 41 uu uiuinun me namo 01 your orUffftlK. 1', ' 1 i I ; 7 i4 sH I 1 I l i, I I 1 4 jju 4t ir .f .