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Charles A. Gardner in "The Prize Winner," Auditorium, January 16th.
Our worlr is always good.
Our work is totter than
over before. ,
The Marietta Picture Man.
We begin invoicing and as
we can invoice cash easier
,than goods wo propose to
convert our goods into cash,
no matter what it costs. Ov
ercoats, boys' and men's suits,
shirts, underwear, hats, caps,
nnirwnnr nnd all kinds of
men's furnishing, in fact ev
erything we have in stock
will im Knlrl fit a fmurc that
MA4A '-' -- --" t-J
will make them go.
are truly Bargains.
advantage of them
Yours to please.
188 Front St.
It's pretty cold
weather for such
work, ain't it?
But in prepar
ing for Inventory
Feb. 1st, we are
weeding out a
buyers are setting
at HALF PRICE.
.8tiA MR ff.'ff "
We have the best and most com
plete line in this part of the
state, and always guaran
tee a fit or money
a trial. We
128 Front Street.
Everybody to know that tho best
place to get Pipe Cutting and
Threading done quick
and cheap in at
Third and Butler streets, on a bran
splinter New Jarecki Pipo
Telephone 128, Mariotta, Ohio.
Wo also carry in stock all shies
of Pipeaud can cut anything yon
want to order on short notice.
a a ,? a
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY, JAN. 14. I BOO
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
RcgularmeotlngofC.il Gates W.
It. C. tills evening.-
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smith, of llel
pre, arc in the city.
A. II. Hcldrick was in Sistcrsville
Monday on business.
O Mr. Vernon Kelly, of Waterford,
was in tho city last night on business.
Sheriff Dan Reynolds, of St. Marys,
was a business visitor in the city last
Chns. A. Gardner's latest sons
giyon away free tit the Marietta Hook
A leap year danco will be given
Wednesday evening1 at Knights of SI.
Mrs. XV. G. Barthalow and son are
spending a couple of weeks in Colum
bus with Mr. liarthalow.
Mr. C. Iiiidc, a prominent business
man of Woodslluld, Monroe county, is
in the city visiting his son, Attorney
Wanted livery lady in Mariotta to
call at the Marietta Hook Store and
rece.lve a copy of Clias. A. Gardner's
latest song free.
Mr.. Rose Willis, mother of Dr. O.
M, Willis, of this city, died at her home
at Goodland, Kas., last Wednesday, of
Dr. N. .1. Morrison, President of ,i
college at Witchita, Kan., left for that
city Monday after a visit of bcyeral
weeks in this city.
liaggagemnstcr .Tames Dye re
turned to his work at the Union Depot
Monday morning after a week's layoff
on account of sickness.
Mr, and Mrs. Geo. I'reston arrived
home Saturday night from their bridal
trip to.Xashvillo, Tenn. Mrs. I'reston
left Monday for a vtsit to her parents
Magdalcna F. Iladdox vs. Cincin
natus l Iladdox is the title of a di
vorce suit filed in Common Pleas Court
Monday by the plaintiffs attorneys,
Ellcnwood, Smith and Lecper.
The Star Clothing House will close
atG;oO except Saturday nights during
the month of January, on account of
tho services now being held during the
week in the churches of the oily.
The many friends of Miss Sabra
Scott, now at tho Hospital at Athens,
will be glad to learn that she has im
proved steadil3' and that she will prob
ably return home in a short time.
A letter from Sidney Ridgway, who
recently struck it rich in mining stocks
at Cripple Creek, states that he has
been ill at Pueblo for a few weeks, and
will spend the winter on the gulf .coast
Conductor Tom Puden, of the C. ,t
M., arrived home Monday from Cincin
nati and will resume his work this
morning. Mrs. Paden is still in Cincin
nati, to which city she went for a sur
A. It. Coburn, Class of MM, Marietta
College, has been distinguishing him
self as an instructor out at Ashley, Mo.
He recently read a paper before tho N.
10. Missouri Teachers' Association
which called forth many compliments.
In Probate Court Monday C. W.
.fumes was appointed receiver of the
partnership of A. li. Vincent and M. A.
Tuttle, of Vincent The receivership
was rendered necessary upon the
death of Mrs. Tuttle, which occurred
Certificates to teach wero granted
to tho following persons last Saturday:
Two years, C. II. Roberts. One year,
Hattie liarnhart, Rosa Mindling, Sadie
Plumly, Moggie (Juinn, Gertrudo Scott,
Joseph H. lSuiley, John W. Fischer,
Maurice Hardy, Clinton Twiggs.
Mrs. A. F. liean received a mesago
Saturday afternoon from her daughter,
Mrs. Stella Hooper, of Toledo, request
ing her to come there immediately as
her husband, who has been ill for some
time and was thought to be slowly im
proving, had suffered a relapse and is
now in a critical condition.
A young clerk down town thought
ho would hurry an errand to a finish
yesterday afternoon, so ho jumped on
an oil well bit which stuck out from
the rear of a wagon. Tho bit was just
from tho forgo, and tho seat of tho
boy's pants found it out at a very early
date. He's wiser now than ho was.
Fred Krcmor gaye us this item.
Doctor Chas. A. Kckort of Colum
bus, Ohio, Associato Worthy Grand Pa
tron of tho Order of tho Eastern Star,
will bo at Marietta on Tuesday, Janu
ary 11th, for the purpose of organizing
a Chapter of tho Order to bo known as
Marietta Chapter O. E. S, All charter
mombers are requested to be at tho
Masonic Hall on Putnam Street at 7
o'clock P, M., standard.
Perry's Golden Museum and Xovelly
Show, which is located in tho Davis
Building, on Putnnm street, will bo
ready for business this Tuesday ovo
ning at 0:!!0 o'clock. Mr. Perry has a
splendid show and did a great business
in JCunessville, having boon in that
city threo weohs. The institution
travels in its own special car unci is
complete In every particular. Ad
mission ten cents, and it's a liberal ed
ucation to everybody who attends.
This is a gonulno city museum, chiolly
of living curiosities.
A genuine troupo of Ty role so
Singers with Chas. A. Gardner.
Hear Mr. Gardner sing his new
song "Apple Blossoms," Auditorium,
Mr. Georgo Hawkins, of tho West
Side, is seriously ill of pneumonia and
Deputy Food and Dairy Commis
sioner D. W. Dye left Monday morning
Tho pay car on tho C. & M. came
in at 11:15 Monday, bringing its sou
venirs to tho employes.
Miss Lizzie Beach, of this city, left
Monday for a two weeks visit to her
parents, near Whipple.
Dr. W. M. Henry leaves this morn
ing for Kentucky. He will probably
bo absent about four weeks.
lion. T. F. Davis went to Columbus
via T. &. O. C. Ex. to witness J. B. For.
aker's election to United States Senate,
Mrs. Bert Paynu entertained a.
number of her young friends very
pleasantly last evening at hor homo on
In Probata Court Monday a mnrrl
age licenso was issued to Willis H.
Klumph, of Corning, and Tjeyallasliins,
of Lower S ilcm.
The subject for the special service
at the M. E. Church this evening will
be "Companions and Preachers" "And
Ho Ordained Twelve," etc.
The new night force in the ma
chine shop of the l.eidcckor Tool Com
pany bids fair to become a permanent
thiug, as business there is still on the
Conductor Geiser, who was bruised
up and had two ribs cracked by falling
over a seat in the C. & M. wreck Sal
uretic, will leave this rooming for his
home at Canal Dover.
Sylvester C. Gorrell, who has been
at Beaver Falls, Pa., for the last sixteen
years, is at home yisiting his father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gorrell.
He may locato here permanently.
As a, result of the revival at the
Wesleyan church seventeen new mem
bers were taken in Sunday evening.
Stops will soon be taken to build a
larger and more commodious structure.
Tho hearing of Charles W. Camden,
charged with non-support of minor
children, which was set for 1 p. m.
Monday in Mayor's court, has been
postponed to Thursday, January 10th,
at 0 a. in.
Louis Scliafer, surviving partner of
tho lato firm of A. and L. Schafer, deal
ers in saddlery and harness, has pur
chased tho interest of the deceased
member, his brother Adam, at the ap
Mrs. J. F. Gaitree. who has been in
a condition of convalescence from a re
cent attack of illness, was taken sud
denly worse Monday evening witli
symptoms denoting a severe derange
ment of the stomach.
Mr. D. W. Pickering, agent of the
C. & M., left Monday afternoon for Se
ville, Ohio, whero his wife and chil
dren have been visiting relatives for
several months. He will accompany
his family homo the last of this week.
From Chillicotho on Monday tho
gratifying news was received that En
gineer Dore Scott, injured in the wreck
at Roxabell, is recovering steadily, all
indications pointing to his eomplotc re
covery. He has been able to sit up at
various times during tho past few days.
Perry Gordon, aged about 21 years-,
son of James Gordon, of Macksburg,
died Friday night last of typhoid fever.
Tho young man was most industrious
and ambitious, and his death is a sad
blow to his family. Tho burial occur
red Sunday afternoon, in McGinnefs
Graveyard, Noble county.
The outrage upon the little Woth
erell girl is still tho all-absorbing topic
of conversation at Parkersburg. Wen
dolken's bloodhounds wero taken down
from this city and tracked tho man
who committed the deed some distance
outside of tho city limits, and went
over the same trail several times, but
could carry it no further. It is sup
posed that tho fellow mounted a horso
or got in a wagon at tho point whero
tho dog lost tho scent
One of tho cases to come before
the torm of Circuit Court which con
venes this morning, will be tho Wcn
zel alimony matter, brought up on ap
peal from tho decision of the Common
Pleas Court, which gave Mrs. Wcnzcl
alimony to tho amount of $10 per
month and the household effects. Tho
State caso against Mrs. Wenzcl for
shooting with intent to kill her hus
band will bo tried at the February
term of tho Court of Common Pleas.
Death at Tunnel.
Mr. John Welch, son of Hartley
Welch, died at Tunnel Monday fore
noon of pneumonia. Ho was about 21!
vears of ago nnd unmarried. Tho re
mains will bo brought to this city for
burial, the funeral taking placo from
St. Mary's Catholic Church Wednesday
morning ,nt S:!10, sun time.
John W. Moore, of Warner, and Bes
sie Thomas, of Lowor Salom.
Georgo XV. Martin nnd Francis War
Hold, both of Dalzell.
J. Silvanus Barring, of Altoona, Pa.,
ami It. Helen Doming, of Beverly.
The Vorld's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
' so puro or so great la Issv
eaing power as tho Royal,
A ilrnkon Axle
Monday morning tho south-bound
passonger train on tho 'A. & O. R, mat
with nn accident at Equity which, cou
siderlnc the imivltv of iU nature, was
especially fortunate in results. Tho
train was moving very slowly past the
station named, when an uxlo under the
tender snapped ojf. Tho train came to
a standstill immediately and the jar to
tho passenger coaches was scarcely
perceptible. Tho end of tho broken
axle was driven through the bottom of
the water tank, tho water escaping in
a few minutes.
Conductor Mike Lavello walked to
Waterford, a distanea of five miles,
and telegraphing to Zanesvllle, an ex
tra locomotive was sent down to bring
tho train into Mariotta. It arrivtd
hero at2::',0, four hours late.
That VVaverly Telephone.
Tho poles for tho new telephone lino
to Wavorly arc set to within a mile and
one-half of Valley .Mills, and Wavorly
will probably bo reached by noxt Sat
urday night. They will then return
and set poles from Valley Mills to tho
Cooper field on which to run a branch
line, which, however, will form a loop
so that the connection between here
and Wavorly will be unbroken. They
expect to have the lino in operation in
Pokor nnd Craps.
Mokciaxtowx, W. Va., Jan. la Two
students from Parkersburg, two from
Uniontown, Pa., and one from Wheel
ing wore tried by tho West Virginia
University faculty for playing poker
and craps. The president of tho Uni
versity walked in tho room on them a
few days ago. The bession lasted
threo houi-s, but the faculty refuses to
tell what action was taken. It is
thought they will all be expelled.
l. (). (. r. juitaiiiitliii,
D. D. G. M. George Laucr, 2d, in
stalled otllcers Monday night for Mari
etta Lodge No. 07, I. O. O. F., as fol
lows: II. Oesterle, N. G. ; J. Schul
thcis, V. G. ; James Johnston, Secre
tary; C. P. Cochran, Treasurer; Ed.
Richards, O. G.; D. R. Rood, J. D. Cad
wallader and W. L. Dayton, Trustees;
R. S. X. G.. E. II. Nixon; L. S. N. (J.,
S. R. Bishop; R. S. V. (!., G. J. Wylie;
L. S. V. (I., George Dye; I. G., M. C.
Rhodes; It. S. S., Gordon Devol; L. S.
S., Albert Hoffman.
Old people who require medicine to
regulate the bowels and kidneys will
find the true remedy in Electric Bit
ters. This medicine does not simulate
and contains no whiskey or other in
toxicant, but acts us a tonic and alter
ative. It acts mildly on the stomach
and bowels, adding strength and giv
ing tone to the organs, thereby uiiling
Nature in tho performance of the func
tions. Electric Bitters is an excellent
appetizer and aids digestion. Uld peo
ple find it just exactly what they need.
Price flftv'cunts and SI. 00 ;'cr bottle at
W. II. Styor's Drug Store.
frfilvst"Y vJ 'lJ tbe lir.ntl of n Hurcon
7Ji3 Tri'jipli of
-N Conservative Surgery
U well illnr.r.-.ted 1v t!i- fret that
P5irTiIPP or breadi. ncv radieal'v
t'.Ui I Ulto curCli w;,;, ,Ml tl:e knife ami
without pi'.i:. Cl.iniy, c''2ln!; tnrwfj can lie
thrown nwjy ! Ti-ey never cur,- lv.it t.f.-'U induce
inilumuialioh, f.U-.njr.'l.ilior ami iku!i.
TIIArtP'2 OciiT'.'i. I'ibroKl (i'.srine) ami
l UJILUl.i nvmy rtl:i:v, are m-v.' removed
without t'.2 perils (if cuilitir aner.uton.
PU P TllS'.fS l'0-.vsvcr l.-.rge. Flo
1 ILL, I5JlitVHw, tU!a ami other cltf eases
of the lower howel, are perriaiieutly cured with
out pain or resort to Ihe knife.
RT O MP ''i Hie lllftd'Jer. no v.attf r how larffe,
Oivyixi-, 8 crushed, pulveriz-d. washed out
and perfectly re'imved without cutting.
Tl?irmPP of t'rirary Pittagc is also
SHUVlUKij vexovwl without cutting in
hundreds of cases. I'ur par.ihlel, references
and all particular., send so cents (in ttucirn) to
World's Dispensary Medical Ai-.od.Ulou, No. 663
.Main Street, Uuffalo, N. Y.
and those roon to
should know that
Dr. l'icrce'ii l'avorite
childbirth of its tor
tures, terrors and
dancers to both
mother and child, by
aiding nature in pre
paring the system
and the period ofl
greatly uiiortened. It alio promotes the
tecrctiou of an abundance of nomishment
for the child.
Mrs. Doha A. GcTlirtrn, of Oaklty. Gtv Ion Co.,
Tenn., writes: "When I bcjrau taklutr Dr.
Pierce's favorite I'rescriptiou, I was not aide to
ttand on my feet witlioul tuCcrinj? nlruet t death.
Now I do all my houseworU, wnsliintr, cooking,
sewiup; nnd everythinsr for my family of cirjht.
I nin stouter now thaii I have been iu sis years.
Your ' t'avorite Prescription ' is the best to take
before confinement, or at least it proved so with
me. I uevtr tuCered so tittle with any of my
children as J did with my btt."
Tonsoriai Art Palace.
Citizens Nat. Bank SuilJing,
Finest outfit In tho eity.
Four chairs, anil nil oonvouleceos,
Ladies' Ilair-crttlnir and Shampooing a
CONP.AD BAUM Propaetor.
t3""DR.W. M. HAUT, DEOTiar. Oaco IS
Putnam St., between Front and Secon3,
Dn. K. P. Kuny, contlst. OHce SOI
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
rCDIJ. GALLAGHER-Diseases of the eyo
and tlttinR oj glasses, Law Building Putnam
Bold Price Cutting
Such reductions have, we believe, never been
made so early in the Season. 3 MONTHS
ahead for wearing winter Cloaks.
We have placed on sale a desirable assort
ment of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Wool,
Merino and Cotlon 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.
mmiffTOtnanmrmifV l. j v. u uj.mninK
To make loom for Spring Goods wo havo decided to soil tho follow
ing named goods and a great many other things at a vert loiojtricc.
1 only Air Tlffhl ISeauty Ilea tine htove. a
beauty price was Jl(i, will sell at $12.
1 Gas Cook Stove price 510, will sell ?T..r0
1 " " " PS, " U.W
1 Oak Heating Stove price S12.S0, will
1 Oak Heating Stoyc pfiec 811, will sell
1 Oil Healing Stove price $7.00 will sell
1 Oil Heating Stove price 5S.50, will sell
1 model 40 Columbia I'.Ioyclo ISO."), price
Also several soeoncl-haml wheels at
prices to suit.
If you will call at our More yon
our price are l.elow
Telephone No. 11 S.
A Cozy Hearth
And. now since the holidays are over and
to think oi something more serious than
mero novelties consider your fire-place and
see if you are getting all tho heat out of it
for what GOAL or GAS you are using.
Now is tiie lime
To Get One Clieap ,
Because we've got lots of them, and in great
variety of styles. Fitting up "Chimney Cor
ners" is our specialty, and we are to ttf r
qualified to do the work artistically than
are any of our would-be competitors.
Everything that pertains to a Gas Fir is
in our special province.
Just give uo a call and seo it wo cannot
save you some fuel.
H "A. Wagner &
A resolute determination
to sell, sweeps away all hope
of profit and makes us will
ins to submit to a loss on
the Cloaks now in stock. The
reductions are real reduc
tions and the money saving
to Buyers is actual. Some
of these Garments suffer a
price cut of one-third, some
we offer at HALF PRICE,
and some you may have for
one fourth the original price.
We als-o have 12 Wood Mantels prices
from ?.' to .j-10; thce we will sell at
n great reduction. Can farr.'-h tile
and settings for thera if you wish
as wo til ways carry a full stock of
Wo also have a large line of Table Cut
lery, Carving Knives and Spoons
that wo are cutting the prices on.
Cristy Bread Kniyes at 25c per set.
At the present time we have on hand
about 12 Second-hand lleauty Heat
ing stoves, all in good order, thnt wo
will sell cheap. See them if you
want a Ilargain.
will ho convinced for yourself that
the lowest on the?e goods.
229 Second Street
404 Third St