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t 7 i V y 7 tmL. - .,jUfiV.Y ' PS3CV Phenomenal Premium Q$Mjjfr. MADE EXOLUSIA7 liJLY TO THE HEAD- l '' ' : ERS OP THE LEADER. f ; ' - - .y- f-f 1 'J , LHHiieNever Sawa.Finer Game Tlian .'This one at Chicago, Cliicado and Jos! on Played Seventeen- Innings Willi a VJMWKJPU HR . Score of One to Naught, .1 tfkLtfl 4i i jf KATidNIi' LEAGUE MiW'iMfci'' STANDING. , Clubs.?; w i, Pitteburg..'. ., SI 45 Plillntldlphlft 73 m Ih-ooUlyiij, .' ..73 01 New YoHc GO 74 Chicago .. , 51 70 CI(Jnudtl 1G 7G P.O. 042 071 574 G19 '507 403 392 380 NATIONAL LEAGUE By AssqtyatoiL Press. Chiai, SSpt, 21. Boston and Chl cnd played ono of tho greatest games In tho history of tho National I-icague. Both flUclicis 'did romarknUlo wdik for thirteen Innings, and wcio support ed wjtjifrat a mlsplay. Pcjvter bcoied tho ofllj- run In tho seventeenth, tak ing lh st on Long's fumble, secoud wlion JIljEkoy was hit, third on a force out anu uomc on mums lourui Bwptq. Atteiiclatit t' 1800. i OliicW.:.. ..',. .,.,,1 8. X . " fiXLTIMOllE WON TWO. By'Associalcd Pres's. Hallinioic, Sept. 21. Baltimore took wo games from Milwaukee, due to tlio , lino pitching of MrGinnlty and IoncjlJ' Attcndanco 1775. FIRST GAMD. n. h., n. iBalllmoro.. ,. : 5 8 3 Mllwnultkco 2 4 2 ' Uattcrlci, McGlnnlty and Robinson; rtcldy and Maloncy. ' SECOND GAME. It. II. E. Baltimbio 7 7 3 Milwaukee 2 0 .3 Bdttcrics, Howell and Bresnahan; Garvin and Maloncy. OffUITCir CKIirieS, third. Tlttio 2J07. 'Martha Marshall, Lad,y All lt'ht ami Paulding Boy njso stated. 6ravesend. MWW YoU, Sept, 21. Bn4u?.4ncojV night took tip loO'pbnds In tho Holly Handicap nt lltaycaend and, won clev erly by ii length ir0ih a high class Hold n tho track record time of 1:07 fo" flvo and ono-Jmil furlongs. Tho second spccinl nt n mllo and ono hail was won by Blues and tho track record for distance was broken by a second on a slow track. About six furlongs: Ccrvcia, first, Flora Pomona, second; Bolvlno, third, Tlmo I'll 1-5. Stccplpchnso. about two anu one-half miles: Dr. Eychocig, first; Jessie S , second; Bachnall, third, Tlmo 5:03. Holly Handicap, five and "one-half furlongs: Endutnnco By Right, fleet VvTilsltcy King, second; Chilton, third Tlmo 1:07. Tho scconu special, mllo and one- half: Blues, fhst; Water Color, second; Advance Guard, third. Tlmo 2:33. About "six furlongs: Mary Worth. first; Man O'Wat, second;' Lady Stcrl mg. tlilrtl Time 1:11 2-5. Mllo and ono-sixtconth: Black Dick, first; Alfred Vargravc, second; Ethics, tinru. Timo i:48 l-D. Something thaJ: should be in every home. .-, i t -i L i. K i . . f r i rt R r i u,ftiviinrc.i mTinuiiwstf fflRd LK3 UMDKIIW IMllUiWIP llbsto "'uatroi'uv, nimes- uiUMOd Moran. and 0 ST KshKSi ni- .i ... ..l 1... ..-. . TI -, a, ptj;icK ,0111. uy. iiugues; ,uyuiuuL'ii i. BaJoal.on,. balls, Hilges B Dlnncn 1. By Assocldtcd Preas. ' MATTHEWSON PUZZLED THEM By Associated Press. v dlnplnhal,!, Sept. 21 Tho locals could do JiotliihR with Matthowson and lost. Attcndancd 120t).' ' ', R. II. V. Clncjnnafk 1 3' 3 Now- York 5 12 1 BaUcilcs, Phillips and Bergen; Mattiiewson and Wnrner. DONOVAN FOOLED THEM;. By Associated Press. T St. Lottls, Sept. 21. The locals wero unable to hit Donovnn consecutively and Biooklyn won by bunching hits in tlio first three innings. Attend ance 1800. r t ' R- H.t ,E. Brooklyn 3 8 0 StLo'uIs 1 8 1 Batteries, Donovan and Fan ell Jlaiior and iicydon. , ' - . , PITTSIlURGiO'ST"., By Associated lJress. 1 Pittsburg, S6pt. .21. Townsend was too much for tho homo team, but the splendid support of Chcsbro kept tho s,core liven Until tho tenth wheri Thomas mado a single. Flick tripled ahd Delfcllanty doubled. AttcndancQ 4200. R. H. E. Pltt'sbiHrg 2 1 1 PMUadelphU. .. i, -..1 11 2 Bttttorles, Cnesbro, O'Connor arid Zlirirricr; Townsend and McFarland. DETROIT WON. By Assoriatcd Press. Boston, Sept. 21. Detroit won In the fhst Inning by buuchlng hits. At Icndanco 1369. R. IL E. Boston 1 7 0 Prtroit 3 7 3 Batteries, Winters and Schrcclc; SlcCr and McAllister. WASHINGTON WON BOTH. By Associated Pi ess. Washington, Sept. 21. Washington captured both gaiucs. v Clovcland 1 i ! - J f First Game. J i - ' R H. E. Washington 18 23 3 Cleveland 7 11 7 Batteries, Patten, Clarko and Mc Neal; Donovan and Connor. By Associated Pre3S. Chicago, IllSi, Sept. 21. Atgregor, at Hawthofno, captured tho liociuols Stakes, soundly beating St. Mai cos, tho well 'backed favoilte. Seven furlongs. L'onstollatoi, flr3t; To.ili, second; Johnny McCartci, third. Time i:i;7i. Flvo and one-half fill longs. Menl ment, first; Evening Star, second; Rag Tag, thlicl. Time 1:07. Steeplechase, short course. Corilllo, first; Capt. Conovcr, second; Eva Moo, third Tlmo 2:57. Iiocpiols Stakes Argrogor, fliat; Cluster, second; SI. Marcos, third Timo l:llVi. SK fin longs. Gcoi go Arnold, first; Money Muss, ctcond; Boney Boy, third Timo i:J3U. Mllo and one-lialf. Kei'ucky Babo, flrst;"Falso Lead, second; Tammany Cniofi thlul. Tlmo 2:37V2. Orio mile. McCbesnoy, fhst; Uicdl. second; Barrack, third. Tlmo 1:39"4. ORIGINALEdltfonRovisod and Enlarged by Chancoy A. Goodrich, Profossor, of ,Yalo, Now and Mngnlflcpntly Illud tratcd. It is an AMKmOAN DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, containing tho wholo vocabulary of tho first edition, tho ontiro corrections nnd improvements of tho second and third editions, to which is prefixed an iiitro ductor'y disfaertation on tho origin, histpry and connections of tho Jonguoges of Western Asia and Europe, with an expla nation on tho principles on which languogo is formed. This, work contains ovory word that Noah Wobsftr ovor dofluod) together with all now words thnt havo boon addod to tho English languogo in rccont yoars. This Dictionary is a IDOl edition, bound in GENUINE SHEEP SKIN, and contains all tho now words, such as uutomobllo, agnostic, biittqrlno, electrocution, hypnotic, immuno, otc, otc. Pnttfnt back, flap opening, with th'umb indox. Tho book would costryoit $7.b0 in nny storo. Cbntains tho following special features: ' An Appendix of 10,000 Difficult Wordo. Grook and Latin Proper Ntxmos. Dlcllorio.ry tvnd Synonyms and Aritonyms. Pronouncing Vocabularies of Scripture Names. Modern Geographical Names. Aloxicon of Foroliin Phrases. Last Consus, Noms Dolflumo. Electricity Up-to-Dato. WIroloos Tolctfrophy. Compendium of Biography, SECOND GAME. Washington ,. . 11 C 3 Cleveland '..3 G 9 Called on account of darkness. Battel ies, Grcar and Louskey; Mooio and Wood. AMERICAN LEAGUE. By ""Associated! Prass. jPJillttdelDht. f Sept. 21. Chicago playedja ragged! fielding game.. Pat terson!' was , ineffective. Attendance 44G4. ' ' R. if. E. Chicago 4 11 0 Philadelphia.! . , 10 1G ,0 attpries, . Patterson, . Katoll and SUlUvnn; Bernhard and Powers. WESTERN ASSOCIATION. R, H. Grand Rapids 10 12 "Mnrlon: . t ,., t. I 7 9 Battorlos, .Ballfey ....and ! fav- E. 3 5 Battorlos, .Bailey ... Zalusky; ..lliA R mar. By Associated Pics. St. Loul3, Mo., Sept. 21. Four orltcs won. The tiack was fast . Six furlongs Fair Bury, first; Fly ing Eagle, seconif; Aline S. third TTmo 1:10. Ono mile. Orris, first; John Worton. second; W. G. Welch, third. Time 1:42. Six furlongs 'falpat first; Sambo, second; Marciue, tnird. Time 1:15. Six and one-half furlongs. Lifnar, first: Fitzkahet. second; Miss Mao Day, third. Time 1:20. Mllo and one-3ixteenth. Peaceful, fust; Beana, second; Wall, third. Tlmo 1: 18. Mllo nnd twnntv yards. Kitty Clyde, first: Guide Rook, second; Wckarnin, third. Tlmo V 44, A dun, Bright newsy and Uplodatc Home Newspaper., ' Full Wire News Service ol the 'Assotfttid Piess. IHE DIK UABBL Marietta., Ohio. The Daily Leader is the best paper ever offered in this community. Everybody ac knowledges that. Complete telegraphic news from all the world. All tlie local news. "We want you as a reader, and would kindly ask you to look this over carefully and-see what an up-to-datre paper will do for you. THE LEADER. PUBLISHING CO. i i H. E. Toledo 7 11 1 Matthews j3 8 2 Battel ies, Joss and-Grafllus; Schlorf and, Williams. E. SECOND GAME. R. II. Toledo G 7 1 Matthpws ,4 7 3 Battel Ies, Koff and Giafflus; Gatz and Williams. -. R. H. E. Columbus .... 3 11 5 Ft. Wayne 7 13 3 Batteries, Williams,' McMakin .nnd Zinram; Thointpu andNeedhara. i-i ' v R. H. E. Dayton 7 5 2 WhepltiiH' 1 7 G i Batteries, Jones and Bluo; Pfiestcr and Fox. ' RESCEUS Defeated Ttie Abbot in Three out of Four. eats By Associated vPi ess. Readvillo, Pa., Sept. 21. Tho great stallion Crcscous obtained a firmer qxasp" on tho crown as "King of Trot torg" by, defeating his only llval, The Abbot lcro(.today. Jin. three out of four hoatsV Thoy raced fpr-tho ?20,000 pursa qfforqd by Thqmas,W, La,vpon, and the mohoy which, twelve thousand pcoplp palC)to seo tho qvqnt.all went tq woll .known local charity. Tho weather was perfect and tho track was very heavy. Tlo ruco was disappointing and seemed to lead to tho, conclusion that t)ip,Abbot had not recovered from his slcklieB.of last Spring. -,Tiio ACbot lirolvo repeatedly and lost valllahlo distances. In tho first heat lie wen off his tcot before reaching ' "thoflVst turn and was ten lenstliB bo- lilnd nt'tTio'flnlSh-. ito manogod to keep up in tho second. and passed Crcsscus at tho half and won by a length, la tlfo third, Jiowover, another break .earrio right? at tlici'Start-and tho Scau ncll iiorse bnroly saved his dlstanqo at .the finish. " , Klnaliy too weights vera resorted to and whlio they apparently steadied tho Apbot, at t.ho painp tlmo thoy sapped his vitality so -that at, tho nulnjent b Ui6( supremo- cffoit ini thd fciaph for th.o vlro, 1m the last heat hljt ex hausted 'patui o rebelled and Cresccu3 won tho heat autl race by several lcngths.- Crnspnns fKotclinm ) 1 2 1 1 Tho Abbot (GceiB ) 2 12 2 Timp,2:10, 2:08j, 2:09, 2:07. Ono mile. Marion Lynch, firtri.l' lH"Cndt,",sfec6hJdl, tfrlt'n',''t'hli'd'.' I 1M2?1. .irfa M ow yox can obtItv tKis boolt. . To each poison subscribing fdr tho DAILY LEADER for tho period of TWO MONTHS, 10 CENTS PER WEEKj payable weekly, wo will give tho book for tho cost of tho oxprossago and oxponso of handling tho same, 81.D9. Wo had a chanco to gocuro this nnd nail oursolvos of tho opportunity to furnish our subscribers with ono of tho best books on tho maikdt. Oui solicitor will call upon you and show you a sample. Whon you seo it you will readily realizo what a groat Solicit is. 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Dn Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is an all tho year round medicine. Good for tho whole family from tho smallest In fant up. It Is tho best life Insuianco. Sold by Curtis & Hutchman, and Charles' R. Buchanan. 50c and ?1.00 bottles; The Leader Publishing Co., MARIETTA. OHIO; NON-UNIONISM. By Associated Presi. Cincinnati, O..Scpt. 21. Ed. Benyan, drlycr tor Ozonnm. piotcsted against tho payment of $3,000, Giand Hotel Purso, for 2:14 trotters, by Judges at Oakley, to the owner of Palm Leaf, claiming. that ,thp deciding heat was run after they wero unable to distin guish tno colois or tho gait of thn linrarn. Thn monov Is now tied UP for a decision by tho National Trotting Association. 2:10 Trot. Purso S1500, (thrco heatb decided Ifrlilav.l Sister Alice, first: Minn Sllco, second; B. B. P., third. Time 2:14. 2:30 Tncje, Purso $1500. Gcorgo Cas tlo, first; Cambria Maid, second; The Grazer, third . 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Did not tho Demociatlc state con vention make a mistake In not adopt ing a non-union plank? It would seem so. PAN-AMERICAII EXPOSITION Freo -Reclining Chair Cars Through to Buff alo via Buffalo, Ro hester & Pittsburg Ry. Tho Buffalo, Rochester i: Pittsburgh Ry. ls.tho only lino that has freo re clining chair tais nnd cafo cars oni day trains Plttsbuig to Buffalo. Two vestlbulcd tialns leavo P. &. W. Depot, Allegheny dally at 9:00 A. M. and 10: 00 P. M., city time, tunning through to Buffalo without change of cais, Night train 13 equipped with new coaches and latest pattern of Pullman slcepeis. Rates for round trip tickets from Pittsbiug is as follows: $11.05, tickets good returning to and Including Qctobor 31, 1301. $9.20, tickets good 15 days. $8.00, tickets good 7 days. $5.25, tickets good 3 days. The thrco day tickets aro valid In coac)ic3 only ou tialns leaving P. &. W, Depot 9:00 A. 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Business, Is not doing, fqr there M a clog somowhero and, tho clog Is shown to be Johnson; and his lino system of forcing more taxes from the property owners for his political ring to scatter has not particularly dollghtdd thd cit izens' who only wanted more money from tho rich that tho tax rata for all might como down. It has failed to come down, Tomjounsonltls la threat ened with extermination after tho. 'first trlaU Daytpn Jourpaf, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE At Hock Botlom Prlpes. Don't put pllbujinu a homo until tho irlccw nihnnco. 1 linvo Mmo of thn host ikijImi; Invpstninils uvtr otTered ill ItrnllMutn Non rionhln lioutp, SUMO, nlroad) re ntoil nt $21 por month. r roomed nnv honso, witorntulKnn. ouk finish nml ovor thlnif com plotn for $IM) on cns pajmonts. U roomod modern lioiibo, now, corner lot, well prndwl Kood barn, nnd oyers thim: first clntH, onlv fiW Howl honte of 8 room', wutor mid khb nnd nlxiro hli;u v, ator, fSTiO on iiibj pavimuU. 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