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Wait for Killarney, Opera House, Tkursday Night, January 2nd.
Is the Latest and mo'ft Beautiful Style
, gt portrait mado by
The Marietta Picture Man,
Overcoats and Shirts!
Yoiiwant them, we have
them.! We want money,
youhdveit. Let us make
an exchange. We have
inauaurated a Clearance
v Sale and will dispose of
our overcoats and shirts
Cheap. ; '
Boys' overcoats $3 goods
forJ&ii, $3.50 goods for
$2.50, $5 goods $3.50, $7
goods for $5. Children's
overcoats at half price.
Higher priced goods in
same proportion. $1.00
and 75c shirts at 50c to
clean the line up. Largest
values for your money you
Yours to please,
188 Front St.
We believe in itl
What a pretty pres
ent you received
by making them a
nice present of a
Slippers or Shoes
for New Years.
We have the best and most com
plete lino in tills part of the
state, and always guaran
tee a fit or money
Give us a trial. We will save
Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Ring Out the Old
Our Annual "
SO Gent Sale
Will be' the attraction
here for the next
Look over our 98 cent
Leaders in Footwear.
107 Front St. Marietta, Ohio
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESDAY, JAN. I, I8GO
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Go to tlio Auditorium Thursday
uijrht and hear ArnoUVs full orchestra
play "A Hunt in the Forest."
Have you tried them? What? Tho
Union Label Cigars and S toffies.
Mrs. C. R. Elston and children loft
Tuesday morning for Uaclne to visit
her mother, Mrs. Harphold.
A watch party was entertained
last night at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
J. D.,Cadwallador. Sovopto.qn inyltod
guests wero present.
Miss Lucy Qlllisplo, of Washing
ton C. II., is tho guest of her Bister,
Mrs.. IH'E. Ilonnis, Frunklin street
D. II. Warren, of' Lowor Newport;
was in the city Tuesday. While hero
fie was so unfortunate as to loso M0,
which he had drawn from tho bank for
tho purpose of navinir his taxes. The
money escaped through a holo -in his
pocket A reward will be paid for its
Miss Daisy Goldsmith, south Fifth
street entertained a number of her
young friends verydellghtfully Tues
The rounds of the busy plant of the
Stevens Organ Company was mado yes
terday by a Leader man in company
with two fnonds, and the place pre
sented a picture of hustle in tho
"master's degree." Every department
Is running full, to keep up with tho
call from their customers in various
parts of the Union. Tho company is
way behind in its orders, and it will
take several months to catch up. The
record of sales for December shows
thirty-two instruments sold.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dccren, who
have been spending their honeymoon
in this city, loft Tuesday for l't. Pleas
ant. Mr. Urislon, tho popular brakeman
on the C. & M. passenger train, left
Tuesday to take charge of a train at
Liberty Hill. He will move his family
there in a few days. Mr. Xicholson
will take his place here.
The Marietta Glee Club will meet
tomorrow night (Thursday) at 325
Fifth street. Business of importance
and singing. 7:30 o'clock sharp.
All members of the Choral Society
are requested to attend the rehearsal
on Thursday night, to prepare for the
John Palmer has moved his family
into the IHszantz house just east of tho
Miss Sloan, of Athens, who has
been the guest of Mrs. Chas. Nixon for
seyeral days, roturned home Tuesday.
Tho C. & M. will observo New
New Years day, with tho exception of
tho passenger trains which will run as
Mr. J. II. McCullough was up be
fore tho Mayor Tuesday on tho charge
of drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
The oiFence took place about two
weeks ngo when he got into diillculty
with a man named Wallace, at a hotel
here. McCullough had quito u
number of witnesses subpoencd, but he
sent up just before tho case was to
come to trial and pleaded guilt3'. He
was fined SS and costs, which amount
ed to a little over $19.
The Trustees of tho Childrens
Homo held their regular meeting Tues
day at the Ilome. The regular routine
of business was transacted and the
Trustees mado a general inspection of
the institution. Tho children under
the direction of Miss Myrtle Carothcrs
rendered a very beautiful New Year's
exercise. A now feed cutter and grind
er has just been put in and also a wind
mill with which to operate It and it
was put into operation Tuesday.
Mr. Urown, tho oil operator, loft
for his home in Washingcon, Pa.,
Tuesday to spend a few days.
Little DeWitt Bower, son of Mr.
W. I. Bower, is yery 3lck with pneu
monia. Mr. Clarence Wharton, of Elba was
in tho city making preparations to cn-
tor the Business College.
Mr. Dudley Dye's condition re
mains about tho same, though ho rest
ed somewhat easier yesterday.
Mr. Matthew .Turdon sold a lot on
Third St. adjoining his residence, to
Mr. II. II. McElroy, for G05.
Mr. S. S. McGce loft Tuesday morn
ing for Swift, where ho met tho other
Commissioners to lot out the ferry at
that place for the coming year.
Henry Walker, who has been con
fined to'his robin with typhoid fever is
-Thero will bo a Teacher's Institute
held at Harlow on Jan. 'JSth. A very
interesting program of exercises has
been prepared and tovoral papers will
be read by some of our city tcachors.
Tho mouthly meeting of the man
agement of tho Woman's Iloir.o will bo
held ou Thursday, January 'i id, tit !
o'clock, standard time, at the residence
of Mrs. Laing.
Mrs. Paxton gayo a dolightful tea
Saturday ovening In honor of Mrs.
Capt. Briuker, of New Orleans. There
'wero about nine guestB present,
Mr. C. F. Hay ward, of Watorford,
was in tho city Thursday.
If you want to soo a good show go
and see "Killarney" Thursday night
orchestra will play
at tho Auditorium
Mr. Sam Sulzbacher has taken
rooms in tho Bellovue Hotel and will
move his family there to-day.
Mr. C. W. Woodln & Co. closed up
their dry goods business Tuesday. The
room which they yacato will bo
throughly overhauled and when com"
pleted, Mr. W. A. SnliTen will movo
his business into tho building. '
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Lower
Newpprt, who hove been, at Atlanta
taking in tho exposition, for the past
two weeks, have returned. They re
port an excellent time and think tho
Exposition a grand affair.
Mr. Will 1H11, tho Grceno St. har
ness man, will movo his business into
the' room adjoining Curry & Holdron's
stablo 6n Greeno St. in a fow daj s.
Mrs. Liggett, of Memphis arrived
in the city Tuesday to spond a low
weeks with her mother, Mrs. Small.
Mr. Ray Beagle, who is employed
with tho Uichards Drug Co., will leave
in a fow days for Ada, O., where he
will take a courso in pharmacy.
Tho case of Geo. Tucker, who was
charged by his wife with neglect and
failuro to provide, occupied the atten
tion of tho Mayor's court all day Tues
day. Tucker was bound over to the
Probato Court In the sum of S100.
Olllcor Posey locked up a trimp
last night He will probably be shown
tho shortest road out of town this
The lierea grit well of theGlendale
Oil Co. at Eight Mile has been shot and
is roported to be a fair well. As near
as can bo estimated from tho meager
facts known it Is good for lfi to 20 bar
rels a day. Should tho well prove to
be an opener of a pool in tho Bera sand
it will be u great strike for Marietta.
On the strength of the shbwlng already
mado a number of other wells haye
been started near by,
Frank Lawrence leaves this morn
ing for Boston, boing called to tho bed
bide of his mother, who is yery ill.
Mr. and Sirs. C. W. Woodin ar
rived Tuesday evening from Lancaster.
At Athens tho two tramps who
shot Conductor MoGraw and terrorized
a train crew a fow days ago were
bound oyer tb court on the charge of
assault and battery, the bond of each
beiDg fixed atS1500.
A number of members of Jit. Olivet
Lodge of Parkjrsburg were in the eity
Tuesday pv3t.lng as guests of Earmar
Lodge o. 890.
Hon. W. B. McGill was in tho city
Tuesday, sporting an elegant gold
headed cane, given to him by tho
pupils of his Sabbath School. Mr. Mc
Gill loaves Thursday for Columbus.
Rey. W. E. Roe left Tuesday on a
visit to Newport.
Miss Mary Brigham returned
Tuesday from Washington, D. C,
whero she has been for several months
visiting her sister, Mrs. John JlcKiu
ley. You can get your reserved at tho
Marietta Book Store for "Killarney"
at the Auditorium Thursday night
ISucUlen'ii Arn ca Sulvo.
Tun Br.sT Saia'ij In the world for
Cut-j, Bruises, SoreH, Ulcors, Salt
Hhoum, Fovor Soros, Totter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and posltlvolv euros Piles
or no pay roqulred. It is guaranteed to
Klvo perfect satisfaction, or mouov re
funded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale lv W. H. Stvor.
Eloped to Cincinnati.
SiSTiinsvii.i.n, Dec. 31. Word was re
ceived in this city a few days ago of
the marriage in Cincinnati of Miss
Lulu Bruce, formerly of this place, and
George O'Dell, of Marietta. It now de
velops that the match was an elop
ment A short timo ago Miss Bruce
left here to accept tho position of
housekeeper at the Hotel Waverly,
Waverly. There she met O'Dell and
about a week ago the two disappeared.
Nothing was heard of them until their
marriage was announced.
Treasurer G. J. Land has again ex
tended tho time during which Decem
ber taxes may bo paid, without pon
alty. Tho limit fixed is January 10th
and all taxes must be paid on or before
that date or tho legal penalty for de
linquency will be added. -
Tho Colonol Is Happy
Colonol Harry D. Knox has received
from Cincinnati tho uniforms required
by his appointment as a member of tho
staff of Governor-elect Bushnell. Tliey
are very handsome togs, especially the
dress uniform, and tho Colonel is cor
respondingly pf, proud them.'
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' Transcript from Justice's docket in
tho paternity case of Vesta Sherwood
against Frederick Petrie, of this city,
was filed in Common Pleas Court Tues
day. Tho plaintiff is a divorced wom
an and the defendant is 05 years of age.
Goorgo V. Radenbach, of Lowell,aud
Annie D. Smith, of Elba.
Wm. F. Smith nnd Josephine Cham
berlain, both of Marietta.
Ji'oiv Yours Day.
Come and see mo at any timo from li
p. m. to 9 p. m, on Now Years Day.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
show Royal Baking Powder
, superior to all others.
Council mot Inesday night with
eight members present,
Mr. Moore was sworn In and took his
The matter of letting tho upper
loom In the Defiance cngluo house to
tho School Board was discussed, but
tho matter was left to tho Defiance Co
and the school Board to sottle.
A resolution was passed to pay the
two notes duo the sinking fund.
Tho matter of tho insurance on the
Hall was discussed and it seemed to be
the opinion of Council that a reduction
bhould bo mndo in tho Insurance rates
on account of tho increased flic pro
tection. Mr. Hathaway submitted a roport
from the Engineer ou tho cost of pav
ing Third stroet from Marion to the
Ohio river and urged Council to take
somo action toward paying that street
in the spring. The entire cost to the
city of palng the street would be
about SGOOO This will nccsssltate tho
issuo of paving bonds and it is the pur
pose of Council to order a special elec
tion to bo hold in the near futuro to do
cldo whether to issue theso bonds or
A resolution was passed to lay a side
walk along the curve on Butler stroet,
since tho Terminal Co. has agreed to
m iko the necessary fill.
Ilobt. Moore was appointed on the
same committees on which Mr. Bis
The resignation of Daniel Biszantz
as Councilman was accepted.
Tho Mayor and Clerk wero instructed
to draw up notes to settlo for the new
A resolution was passed fixing the
salaries of the Ore wardens at ?20 per
Pianos and Organs.
We havo a fine lot of New Instru
ments in our Store and are giving spec
ial prices to close them out.
We havo 2 Pianos, 3 Organs that we
will sell yery cheap that are a little
shop-worn. The best is the cheapest.
Decker Bros., Haines Bros., Baldwin,
Fischer, Ellington Pianos, and Estey
and Hamilton Organs.
R. W. Vaughn & Co.,
Corner Second and Putnam Streets,
Buy a Piano!
' It is a source of culture
lor your children and end
less delight in your home.
But do not be mibled into
buying anything but an in
strument of known manu
facture by a reputable linn.
Cheap John instruments
and irresponsible dealers
are plentiful slum them
Buy a Good One!
The instruments manu
factured by the Lawrence
it Son Piano Company,
Maiiettn, stand at the very
head of the list for tone,
quality and fini&li. Fifty
four of them aie now being
used in Marietta homes to
the delight and complete
satisfaction of their owners.
Get in touch with them.
Buy a Lawrence!
fS'-DK. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office It
Putnam St . Hetween Front and Second.
J3DH. E I-. Enny, Dentist. Office 304
Front strtwt, opposite Soldiers Monument.
rST DR. CALLAGHKR-Diseases 01 the eye
and fltting ol glasses, tLaw Building Putnam
JfcBjFOK RENT A ery leshablo small
House ana lot, ;so. sii iourtn3iree;. Appiyai
Room 2, Wells Uloclc.
Dec. 31st, 3t.
OWDaWd nros. are still deliveiiug Pittsburg
coal at 8Jj cents. We guarantee It to bo first
class Pittsburg coal.
EB-FOR SALE Tlie Iluthalow Home, on
Third St, alxie Washington; alo a line bouse
on upper riont fat. Inquire or J. V. Ward,
tSJTOU RUNT. Marietta I.iuJbc No, 07 I. O
O. F. contemplate liiUMluf n litibicctbbloclton
Green street between Frontawl Second streets
which will consist of two elegant Business
Rooms with or without prlUlego of second
door which will bo leased to lesponslblo par
ties (or three or llvo years at a reasonable rata
For Information concerning same inquire of
or address; r. S. Coleman, with Marietta
1'laulngCo.; Qkoiiqk J, Wyub. butcher, Put
nam street, Marietta, O.; W. T. Dayton
Singer Office, Front Street; Committee.
Tues. Tours. Sat, till Jan. 1.
"MUST GO" PRICES
Capes and Jackets.
Great money-saving for those who have not
yet bought their Winter Cloaks. We are de
termined to sell and make prices that will clean
out the stock.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
We have placed on sale a desirable assort
ment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wool,
Merino and Cotton Underwear that we will sell
for half the retail price. These goods are
FIRST-CLASS in every respect, STRICTLY
for WINTER USE, and are sure to sell rapid
ly at the prices named. Please drop in and
see for yourselves.
Have also in stock Shawls, Blankets, Bed
Comforts, Flannels and other winter goods
that we are selling at reduced prices.
The Dress Goods Sale
Is still going on as popular as ever,
reduction has been made in prices.
172 FRONT STREET.
To make loom for Spring Goods we have decided to sell the follow
ing named goods and a great many other things at a very low price.
1 only Air Tight ISeauty Heating: stove, a
beauty price was $10, will sell at Sl'2.
1 Gas Cook Stove price S10, s ill sell $7.."0
1 " " " $S, " (.:
1 Oak Ileatlngr Stove pi ice HJ.50, will
sell 510 50.
1 Oak Heating' Stoyo price $11, will sell
1 Oil Heating Stove price $7.00 will sell
1 OU Heating; Stove price SS.50, will sell
1 model 40 Columbia IMcycle 1S95, price
Also several second-hand wheels at
prices to suit.
If you will call at our htore you will be convinced for yourself that
our prices are below the lowest on these goods.
:s.A-GKA.:isr sc sosijlid
Opposite Union Depot.
Telephone No. 118. 229 Second Street
A Cozy Hearth
Is the very ideal ot domestic bliss. Ju&t
now as winter is setting in earnest is a very
appropriate time to talk "fireplace," and
Now is tlie Time
To Get One Cheap,
Because we've got lots of tbem, and in great
variety of styles. Fitting up "Chimney Cor
ners" is our specialty, and wo are better
qualified to do the work artistically than
are any of our would-be competitors.
Everything that pertains to a GaB Fir a is
in our special province.
H -A. Wagner & Bro,. 404 rd st
a.ii rtrtt f r.. i
Wo also have 12 Wood Mantels pi ices
from $5 to $40; thebe we will sell at
a great reduction, Can furnish tile
and settings for them if you wish
as wo always carry a full stock of
We also have a large line of Table Cut
lery, Curving Knives and Spoons
that wo are cutting 'the prices on.
Cristy Itread ICniycsat ".rc per set.
At the present time we have on hand
about 12 Second-hand licauty Heat
ing stoves, all in good order, that we
will sell cheap. See them if you
want a llargain.
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