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"tSF" - "?ri'rv nm, i iym iw;.,iih,ihne iif... 3 Hoyt's A Trip to Chinatown," Auditorium, January 10th. YilKiii Our work is always good. m m MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1890 PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Our work is bottcr over before. !ry' than fl'i The Marietta Picture Man. This Is Winter. How does this weather suit you? Has any one asked "Is it cold enough for you?" Say, we have some goods in stock suita ble, for this weather that we don't want to invoice. We would rather have the cash. Overcoats at such prices as you never saw before. Underwear of all kinds and at all prices. $1.00 and 75c shirts at 50c. You never saw such good bargains before. Suits for Men and Boys, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Gaps, etc., we handle a full line and ask the lowest possible prices. Gome in and let us show you what we can do for you. Yours to please. Sam Sulzbacher, 188 Front St. Marietta, 0. Weeding! It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar ing for Inventory Feb. 1st, we are weeding out a great many things in Shoes that economical buyers are getting at HALl- rriNJC. l'rof. Arnold's orchestra of 15 men will furnish music for "A Trip to Chinatown." The case of the State vs Jacob II. Dyo on tho charge of assault and bat tery upon Mrs. Peter linger, was tried before Mayor Palmer Tuesday after noon. Peter linger took upon himself to represent tho plaintiff, and mado quite a vigorous plea which was very entertaining to tho large number of spectators. Tho Mayor will render his decision at 0 o'fcldck this morning. Tho tio whichnvaS lost soma time agd by Mr. Dudley Varren, was .fotmd by AYm. II ill and returned to tho own er. Tho Oil Well Supply Co. Is enlarg ing tho office room in their store. Rev. Mr. Nlckish, of llarriettsville, is spending a few days in the city. Tho ladies of the Gilman Avenue M. B. Church will serve lunch and ice cream tonight in tho lecture room. All are cordially invited. Last Saturday night the Pioneer City Building and Loan Co. hold their annual meeting and declared a semi annual dividend of 3H per cent Tho following officers were elected: Direc tors, J. S. Simpson, II. E. Smith, H. Everlv. N. Moore. Hugo Torner, E. P. Eddy, A. L. Gracey, E. W. Cline, C. P. Cochran; Secretary and Attorney, Thos. Ewart: Treasurer, D. T. McEvoy. The Directors will meet next Saturday night to appoint officers for the com ing year. Walter Walker, a young fellow claiming to be from Canal Dover, was arrested and fined S10 and costs Wed nesday for being a thief. Mr. Kahtn, a prominent architect of Detroit, Mich., arrived iu the city Wednesday and will draw up plans and specifications for the new Presby terian Church. Iho Directors of the Washington County Uuilding Association met Tues day night and elected Mr. D. 11. Hood, President; Mr. J. W. Athoy, Vico Pres ident, and Messrs. Ed. Meisenhelder, J. W. Athoy and J. A. Plumcr, Appraisers. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Frost, of Point Pleasant, died Thurs day, after an illness of only two days. The child was about a year old and the parents are both well known here. Tho remains will bo brought to this city this morning, and tho funeral will take place from tho Congregational Church. Tho interment will be in Oak Grove cemetery. Take a trip to Chinatown Jan. 10. Mr. E. C. Boothby showed us a large chunk of petrified wood which he found on Pair Ridge. It is one of tho finest petrifications wo over saw, and is considered a very valuable relic. Mrs. S. L. Smith, of the West Side, left Wednesday for Oberlin, ()., where she will reside hereafter. Col. ltos worth has returned from Boston. -Burlesque of Italian opera in "A Trip to Chinatown." A marriago license was issued Wednesday to .Tames E. Johnston, of Marietta, and Lilllo Hufford, of Con stitution. Tho general store of John G. Mor ris, at lJeverly, was entered by 'burg lars Tuesday night and thrco pairs of shoes and a lot of underwear carried off. Two tramps seen hanging about tho store before closing tlmo aro sup posed to have been the perpetrators. J. T. Stanton, of McConuolsyillc, was a business visitor in tho city Wednesday. Miss Maud Peters returned Wednes day night from Zalcski, where she has been visiting relatives for several weeks. & s &W '4 &&g? Mr. and Mrs.'Gopj li, Sunderland, who have beon spending several months at Fairfield, Ills., have' re turned. Mrs. L. P. Hill will entertain the Duplicate Whist Club this evening. Mrs. Wm. Hutchman, of the' West Side, will entertain quite a number of her friends at cards this evening. L. W. Dowllng and daughter, of WooJsonvillc, Ky., aro visiting rela tives and friends near Caywood after an absence of '22 years. Choral Society rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock. All members requested to attend. W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. W. P. Benncit, Third street, Thursday afternoon, Jan. 0th, at 2:!50 o'clock. DIAMOND MEET. Tho Moot or tho T.nlxleU Cycling: Club to he n JV iture. Last evening the race meot com mittee appointed Monday evening by the Lobdell Cycling Club met and or gagnied by electing W. II. Cox, chair man, and Chas. Grafton, secretary. Sub-committees were appointed as fol lows: Track, W. II. Cov, John Saner, Walter Wood. Press, R. W. Richard son, C. F. Henry, J. W, Lansley. Rail road and steamboats, C L. Flandersi C. F. Hoist. C. II. Jordan. Prizes, C. F. Henry, W. II. Cox, Alonzo Scott. Guarantee fund, R. C. Dawes, R. W. Richardson, John Saner. Entries, C. O. Grafton, R. E. Race, R. VI. Richard son. The suggestion made in tho Leader Tuesday last has been adopted and tho first prices will be diamonds, unset. This with good second prizes will cer tainly draw the best riders in the state. Is is the intention of the Club, as man ifested at the meeting last evening, to make this meet the feature of tho rac ing season in Southeastern Ohio. The meet will be held on tho week of Juno 15th. Commencement week; tho exact day cannot be set just now as the Col lego program is. not as yot made up. Tho public can be assured that they will have an oppoatunity to sco some extra fine racing. It will bo a great advertisement for Marietta and our people ought to take hold of the mat ter in a way that will insure a mag nificent success. GOLDEN DISCOVERY. The invention of Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting phsician to the Invalids' Hotel nud Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y., has, during the past thirty ycar9, made a record in the cure of bronchial, throat and lung diseases that fairly entitles it to out rank all other advertised remedies for these affections. Especially lias it manifested its potency in curing consumption of the lungs. Not every case, but we believe Fully 98 Per Cent, of all cases of consumption, in all its earlier Btagc9, arc cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, even after the disease haa progressed so far as to induce repeated bleedings from the lungs, severe lingering cough with copious expectoration (mclttd ine tubercular matter), ercat loss of flesh and extreme emaciation mid weakness. Do you doubt that huudrcdo of such cases reported to,uo as cured by "Golden Med ical Discovery " were genuine cases of that dread and fulal disease ? You need not take pur word for it. They have, in nenrly every instance been so pronounced by the best and most experienced Wjic physicians, wuo nave no interest wnatcver in mis representing thcin, mid who were often strongly prejudiced and advised against a trial of "Golden Medical Discovery," but who have been forced to confess that it surpasses, in curative power over this fatal malady, all other medicines with which they arc acquainted. Nasty cod liver oil and its filthy "emulsions" and mixtures, had been tried in nearly nil these cases and had cither utterly failed to bene fit, or hadonly seemed to benefit a little for a short time. Extract of malt, whiskey, and various preparations of the hypophos phitcshad also been faithfully tried m win. The photographs of a large number of those cured of consumption, bronchitis, lingering coughs, asthma, chronic nasal catarrh and kindred maladies, have been skillfully reproduced in a book of 160 pages which will be mailed to you, on re ceipt of address and six cents in stamps. You can then write those cured and learn their experience. Address for Iloo'c, World's Dispensary Medical Association, 3ufialo, N. Y. "MUST GO" PRICES H FOR Capes and Jackets: . t'lv tut. son Notice. This is to certify thai the undersigned has resigned the agency of tho Ohio Coal Com pany, at Marietta. Ohio, and (jives nollce that all accounts are required to be closed as soon as possible. W. W. K en n edy. E. O. D. Gt. Thlid Street. 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. R. TURNER & CO. 159 Trusses! We have tho best and most com plete lino in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit or money-refunded. Oivo us a trial. We will you money. J. W. Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, Wholesale Retail. 128 Front Street. TO .WANTED Everybody to know that tho best place to get ripe Uniting ana Threading done quick and cheap in at CLINE BROS., Machine Works, Third and Butler streets, on a bran splinter Wow .Tarecki Pipe Machine. Telephone 128, Marietta, Ohio. Wo also carry in stock all sizes of Pipe and can cut anything yon want to order on short notice. Miss VanVleclc, of Boston, arrived in the city Wednesday night. The following story of how a man died from exposure, because no ono would tnkc him iu comes from Bridge port: John Welch, a Sistersvillo oil man, reached Bridgeport on his way to Trondale, where ho was going to visit his brother. While in Bridgeport ho became so seriously ill with inflamma tory rheumatism that ho had to aban don his trip to Irondale. Ho mado ap plication to sovcral boarding houses ,for lodging, but all refused to take him fearing he might have the small-pox. He laid around the ..Htna Standard mill Thursday night and the next morning was unable to walk. Friday, Health Officer Hcinloin was called to see him and ho said the man had rheu matism, but still people refused to care for him in their houses. Finally a Catholic priest saw that ho was cared for, but on Sunday morning he died. The work of construction on the fin vol now telephone lino to Wnvorly is pro gressing rapidly. The poles wm do up as far as Valley Mills today. Messrs. Alexander 11. Cunninghnm and Robert Simpson, two yery agree able gentlemen, called in at this office last evening and left a load of stove wood for subscription to our growing, weekly. Judge Sibley, who has been in Co lumbus aud Gallipolis for a few days, returned Wednesday night. Whlle'rlding his bicyclo on Wash ington street Wednesday Mr. Henry Peters nccidontnlly collided with Henry Styer, who was afoot on tho sidewalk. Mr. Styer was knocked down andqulto severely bruised. An cnjoy.iblo social dance was given last night in tho Mills building by Messrs. Walter Tracey and Dudley Lashley. t Colonel Harry D. Knox leaves to morrow for Columbus to attend tho inaugural ceremony. A box party of Parkersbu.-g people is being formed to attend "A Trip to Chinatown" in this city tomorrow night. Reserved seats on tale at tho Mari etta Book Storo Wednesday morning for "A Trip to Chinatown." Wltllum l'nrtluw Hurled. The remains of William Perdew, B. & O. S. W. baggage master who was killed in the wreck atUo-abel, Sunday night, arrived in this city Wednesday morning and were taken out over tho T. &. O. C. Ex. for burial at his home at Tunnel, whore the funeral was hold at 10 o'clock. Tho remains were accom panied by a large party of ft lends from the main line, among whom were Con ductor Cleveland, Brakeman John (Jer hnrt, Engineer Walter Wilson, Fire man Pat Moran, Conductor Tom Mur phy, Baggagemaster Moore, Eugineer John Cadden and Conductor John Baker. The best is what you want when you are in need of a medicine. That is why you should insist upon Hood's Sarsaparilla. uy a It is a source of culture for your children and end less delight in your home. But do not bo misled into buying anything but an in strument of known manu facture by a reputable firm. Cheap John instruments and irresponsible dealers are plentiful shun them Buy a Good One! The instruments manu factured by the Lawrence & Son Piano Company, Marietta, si and at the very head of the list for tone, quality and finish. Fifty four of them are now being used in Marietta homes to the delight and complete satisfaction of their owners. Get in touch with them. Buy a Lawrence! 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. A further" CHL'AS. JONES, 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. ZB-ACTiruFS Tonsorial Art Palace. Citizens Nat. Bank Building. rinebt outfit lu the city. Four chairs, and all conveniences. On The River. A deckhand named James Campbell was killed by the parting of a tow line on the Fred Wilson, near Ashland, Ky., Sunday night. He shipped nt Pitts burg, and his relatives and homo are unknown. Tho contract for tho remodeling of big Etna furnace, near Ironton, has beon lot, and tho furnace is expected to go into blast about March 1. Big Etna is one of tho largest furnaces in tho United States. Employment will be given to' COO men. The output of tho furnuco will bo 000 tons of Bessem er pig iron daily. Boats will get con siderable business from this furnace. Free Pills, Send your address to II. E. Bucklen & Co., Chicago, and got a free sample box of Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills aro easy iu action and aro particularly (Effective, in the cuio of Constipation and Sick Headache. For Malaria aud Elver troubles they have been proved Invaluable. They aro guaranteed to bo perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to bo purely vegetable. They uo not weaKen by thoir action, but by giving tono to stimuch and bowols greatly invigorate tho system, llegular size 'J5i. per box. Sold by W. II. Styer, Druggist. House and Contents Burnod. Word reached hero last ovening that the residenco of Ai J. Cline, on tho Tliello farm, near Wanamaker postof flco, over in Ohio, had burned to 'ho ground with the entire contents. Tho llames were dlscoyerod about '2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Sistersvillo Drill. The U. S. Gov't Reports show Royal Baking Powder 1 superior to all others. Ladles' Halr-cutiini; and bbampoolng a Specialty CONRAD BAUM Proprietor. BUSINESS LOCALS. KSPWANTED A good homo for an orphan girl, aged 14 years. F. J. Currr.it, 1 1. Guardian. S37DK. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12 Putnam St., between Front and Second. tDn. E. I-. KDDy, Dentist Office Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument. 834 (ST DR. GALLAGHER Diseases ot the eye and fitting or glasses. Law Uuilding Putnam street. tSfllonso ot live rooms for sale or rent on Pike street, known as the Hani Jloomar prop erty. Inquli e of .1. P. Ward, it 1 only Air Tight Beauty Heating stove, a beauty price was $1(1, will sell at SIS. 1 Gas Cook Stove price flO, will sell $7.50 1 " " " ?b, " 0.25 1 Oak Heating Stove pi ico Sl'i.fiO, will sell SlO.fiO. 1 Oak Heating Stoyo price $11, will sell 5'J.UU. 1 Oil Heating Stove price S7.00 will sell S'i.fiO. 1 Oil Heating Stove price $S.M), will sell ?(SO0. 1 model 40 Columbia Bicycle 1S1I5, price $70.00. Also several second-hand wheels at prices to suit. We also hae V2 Wood Mantels prices from S.1 to $-10; these we will sell at a great reduction, Can furnish tilo and settings for them if you wish tis we always carry a full stock of same. We also have a large line of Table Cut lery, Carving Knives and Spoons that wo aro cutting the prices on. Cristy Bread Knives at U.lc per set. At the present time wo have on hand about 12 Second-hand Beauty Heat ing stoves, all in good order, that we will sell cheap. See them if you want a Bargain. If you will call at our Uiie you will be convinced for yourself that our prices are below the lowest on these goods. ZEa:.A.Gr.A.:isr &o schad Opposite Union Depot. Telephone No. 118. 229 Second Street ' Special Train. On account at the Inauguration at Columbus Monday, aha' l'tii the T. &0. C. Ex. It K. wlllnm atneclal train leavuifc Marietta at Oolclocka m. Sunday, Jan. ,12th. connecting at Paloa with Train arriving' M Columbus at 2.25 v m Oue tare for the round trip from Marietta and all stations, good teturnlngup to aud In cluding Jan. 14tb. In the Befilnnlnpt Of a new year, when tho winter soason of clobe confinement is only half gone, many find that their health begins to break down, that tho least exposure threatens sickness. It is then as well as at all other times, and w Itli people even in good health, that the following facts should bo remembered, namely: that Hooa's Sarsaparilla leads every thing in tho way of medicines; that it accomplishes tho greatest cures in the world; has tho largest sain in tho world, and requiros the largest build ing in the world devoted exclusively to tho preparation of tho proprietary medicine. Does not this conclusively prove, if you aro sick, that Hood's Sar saparilla' is the mcdlcino for you to take? A Cozy Hearth Is the very ideal ot domestic "bliss. Just now as winter is setting in earnest is a very appropriate time to talk "fireplace," andj , Now is tlie Time To Get One Cheap , Because we've got lots of them, and in groat variety of styles. Fitting up "Chimney Cor ners" is our specialty, ana we are oetier qualified to do the work artistically than are any of our would-be competitors. Everything that pertains to a Gas Firfl isi in our special province. H 'A. Wagner & Bro,. 404 Jhird St r, ' " ft'"' "''bsU'' i . - W 11, ,r ."' i V- it iun$ v.jaiMttiatieialW!yrJfe " i n. . . ... 1