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"LITTLE TRIXIE," AUDITORIUM, SATURDAY NIGHT, FEBRUARY 82.
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The Marietta Pidtiire Man.
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with your new set of
New Fresh Stock of the best line
You heed a new diary, our stock
is yet coinplote.
Bargains in a few of the Xmas
Goods left over if boughtWon.
Marietta Book Store,
We invite you to call and inspect our
new Spring Wall Papers which are arriv
ing almost daily.
We have the reputation of introducing
the very latest designs and colorings made
by the leading factories of the United
States, and which consists of the celebrated
malces of M. H. Birge & Sons., The Robert
Grams Co., Warren, Fuller & Co., Wm.
Campbell & Co , and many others.
Prices lower than ever, at 5 cents and
upwards. A lot of remnants at your own
J. W. Dyste & Co.,
128 Front Street.
$40 to $100.
Fowler, Sterling and
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Full line in a few days.
cation Koerner & Richardson
Putnam Street, - Marietta, 0.
diaries - 331xmie,
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Choice Stock of Useful and Ornamental
Prompt and Personal Attention given
Store closes at 6 p m , except Saturday.
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
FRIDAY. FEB. 31. 1806
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Tho Council of our neighboring1
city of Cambridge Is sorlously consider
ing tho question of olcctrlc lighting.
Thoy aro havings tho sarno old discus
sion over tho relative cost of private
and city ownership.
John E. Runcy, of Wnterford, gen
cral agent of tho Jnrcckl Chemical
Company, was in the city on business ,
David Ewers met with an accident
&y w)iioh ho" lostltRo Ifrfdefo inngoojetf
his lgfct hand iHsBl j IJj ,Vm
with a saw mill downut Syracuso and
was attracted elsewhere and thojlnger'
was cut off at tho middle joint Mata
moras Mail. J
Mr. .Tohn Blair, Jr., of Syracuse,
Ohio, is visiting his uncle, Mr. J. M.
Blair, West Sldo.
Tho Times Recorder tells of a
Zancsyillo masher who came to grief
at tho hands of a young lady ho was
attempting to impress with his charms
on a B. & O. Ry. train Tuesday. As
ho stooped to address some remarks to
tho object of his attentions, tho lady
let drlvo first with one hand, then with
the o th or, striking tho gallant in tho
face and smashing his glasses.
Mr. Edward Kehl and Miss Edith
Zumbro, well known residents of Low
er Salem, wero married in the olllco of
Dr. J. C. Hardy at noon on Thursday,
February 20th. The ceremony was
performed by 'Squire B.. E. Guy ton.
Dr. J. C. Bartlctt. of Manchester,
Ohio, is In the city at Dr. B. F. Hart's,
Front street. This is Dr. Bartlett's
fiist visit here for nino years and ho
remarks numberless changes showing
the city's progress.
In tho Chillicotho Daily Gazette wo
notice: "Mr. Charles W. Rife, a pros
perous grocer of Marietta, who was
formerly on the Daily Gazetto stall,
but shook tho newspaper business for
something raoro substantial, was in
tho city today disguised as a million
aire, looking up old friends. Mrs. Rife
has been tho guest of Mrs. David C.
Rlnohart, of south Mulberry street,
while Charlie has been at Circlevillo
visiting his parents. Mrs. Rinehart is
from Marietta and she and Mrs. Rife
are old acquaintances."
Mis3 Emma Reynolds left Thursday
for Chillicotho to visit her sister, Mrs.
Mr. O. L. Davis, a prominent tray
cling man of Columbus, wns in the city.
on business Thursday.
Mis. Elizabeth Gattrell of Newport,
died February 10th, at tho adyanced
age of 81 years. Funeral at Yankee
burg Friday afternoon at two o'clock,
sun time. ,
Mr. G, M. Payne, Ticket Agent at
tho Union Depot, was confined to the
houso Thursday with a severe attack
of grippe. Mr. C. J. Vanvaley is fill
ing Mr. Payne's position at tho depot
during his illness.
Born, in this city, Saturday, Feb
ruary 15th, to Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Kid
well, corner Fourth and Greene streets,
Dr. C. S. Cage, of Fairfield, was in
tho city on business Thursday.
Mr. J. T. Demlng, an aged resident
of Fleming, is seriously ill and owing
to his advanced age, 80 years, is not ex
pected to recover. Mr. Will Fleming,
of the tamo place, is also under the
physician's care, being ill of malaria.
Invitations have been issuee" for a
dance to be given this eyening in tho
hall aboyo Greenway's millinery store.
Attorney F. A. Durbin, of Zanes-
ville, was in tho city on business Thurs
Mr. J. S. Gillespie, Master of Trans
portation on the Z. & O. R. Railway,
was a business visitor in tho city
A change of ownership has taken
place in fhe Bollevuo hotel lease and
business by which Mr. Marvel Dayis
becomes tho owner of Mr. J. S. Pier
point's interest in that popular
hostelry. Mr. Smith retains his inter
ests as formerly. Mr. Davis will give
his personal attention to the business.
Mr. F. F. Oldham and llttlo daugh
ter Frances arrived from Cincinnati
Thursday evening on a visit to rela
tives In this city. ,
Manager SoTpel has booked the
Sherwood Concert Company in Opero,
E aust for tho evening of March 2d.
James Shorman, tho negro charged
with having "assaulted little Lulu
Wetheroll at Parkorsburg, was ar
raigned Thursday and his bond fixed
at $5000, which ho was unablo to give.
Tho dnto of tho preliminary hearing
-was set for Monday, March 2d.
J. IIopo Sutor, receiver of tho Z &
0. It. Ry., was in the city on business
The demurrers In the petitions in tho
damage suits of Schaad ot al vs.
Schwenderman ct al, woro overruled
In Trobato Court. Saturday a mar
riage Hconso was issued to Wyatt J.
Miller and Elizabeth M. Young,
both of Cutler.
Reserved seats on sale at the Mari
etta Book Store fortilttlo Trixie.
Lfttlo Trixie Saturday night.
Jerry Agin, tho ono-loggod colored
man who has been serving time in tho
county" jail for Bulling liquor without
paying tho special tax, wus released
Thursday, having served out his time.
Messrs. Harry Hoyt and Henry
Danes loft for Delaware to attend the
intercollegiate oratorical contest
Tho Muskingum was closed Thurs
day with n thin covering of Ico the en
tire distance from this city toZancsylllc.
Traveling freight agent Ruhrah, of
tho B. & O. S W., was In the city on
Mot,srs. A. D. Follott and E. S.
at Slstorsvlllo Thurs
day attending tho institution of a
lodge of Elks. , i , u
"--John Leepor, of Joy, idlnthetc$ty,
tTi6'tfucstoMils brother, W. If Lceper.,
Tho tow-bbats' .TalneS MbrettThnd
Henry TieBus, togotVieP'vfith a number
of smaller steamers, are tied up in tho
Bishop Boyd Vincent, of tho South-.
em District of Ohio, will visit St.
Luke's Episcopal church, this city,
Tuesday evening of net week. He
will administer the rite of contlmation.
Miss Nina Scott, of tho West Side,
sister of Mr. John Scott, died at Uie
homo of her brother last night at 7:15
o'clock, after an Illness of more than a
year. Tho disease which caused her
death was softening of tho brain.
Miss Scott was about 41 years of ago
and was a most estimable lady.
Dr. It. B. Hart Is tho latest comert
to the use of tho telephone. His num
ber is 104. Tho list of subsci iburs
grows apaco, and wo are glad to see it,
for it makes each box, worth more to
An unusually fast run was made on
the B & O. between Grafton and this
city last Friday by engineer Pat Flan
nery on engine No. 873 Ho loft Graf
ton 45 minutes late with fast train No
3, consisting of eight coaches, and ar
rived heie on time, making the run in
" hours and 45 minutes. Tuklng into
consideration tho sizo of tho train the
run was one of the quickest that has
been made on tho Branch for some
Charles Stotsberry, of Perryopolis,
was arrested by Marshal Glidden of
this place, on Monday and brought be
fore Mayor Phillips, charged with
shooting at Conductor Pollard, of the
B. Z. it C. Ry. As wo learn it voung
Stotsberry got on tho train at this
place. Ho was on tho front endof the
baggage car and was not seen until he
had passed Devolld's station, Conduc
tor Pollard asked him for his fare,
which ho refused to pay and he was
put off After the train had stopped at
tho water station, just beyond, he was
found on tho rear platform. Conductor
Pollard again demanded his fare which
he again rofused to pay, drew a revol
ver and threatened to shoot Mr. Pol
lard, who stopped tho train und pushed
him off. Stotsberry then shot and pas
sengers on the train say that they not
only heard tho report of the revolver
but heard tho bullet strike Ho was
taken before Mayor Phillips Monday
evening and a preliminary hearing set
for Wednesday, and Stotsberry nas
put under bond in tho sum of $J00 for
his appearance, which was furnished.
Tho preliminary hearing was held yes
terday, Wednesday, but at tho time of
going to press we have not learned the
result. Wo suppose he wus bound over
to court Ho denies shooting at ft.'r.
Pollard, but says that he shot into the
ground. Caldwell Journal.
-May Smith Robbins and a clever
company in Little Trixie' Saturday
"Little Trixie" proved to be an av
alanche of refined entertainment lust
ovonlng at the Standard Theatre, be
ing a succession, of novelties and sur
prising situations, combined with the
merriest of pretts songs and delightful
dances. It is what may bo termed a
laughing success, being a feast of fun
and a flow of music, and Is piesentcd
by a royal coterie of cultivated artists
Besides, tho play tells an interesting
story of wrong that is righted by tho
energy and ingenuity of a bright little
waif that is as smart as' tho hungry
pangs of poverty can mako one. To
ferret out tho machinations, of schem
ing villainy, tho heroine assumes a
quintette of disguises, tho principal of
which stands out with marked distinct
ness being one of tho most pronounced
character studies on tho stage. Among
other assumptions, that of an old Irish
woman, just off tho ship, as portrayed
by Miss May Smith Robbins, contains
a dollclous broguo that is as catchy as
it is natural.
Miss Robbins is a peorlpss llttlo Irish
comedienne),) and as the romp heiress
she Is a veritable whirlwinil of spark
j'ing vlyacity, carrying evotjjthing be
fore her. Tho part affords her the full
est scope for her inimitable versatility,
bringing back to the eld theatre-goer
memories of tho onco idolized Lotto,
for she is a sweot singer, an agile and
graceful dancer and a rfect master
of muny dialects. Philadelphia Item,
Jan. 23, 1895.
William F. Brown and Sarah Enochs,
both of Lawrence.
Josoph II, Rampp and Lucy Bergen,
bgth of Marietta.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so pure or so great la lav
ealag power aa tho Royal.
A Bolpro Product.
BKLi'jtn, Feb. 20. Gcorgo Jackson,
tho colored coachman, who has become
famous ip tho Pearl Bryan cuso und
many at whoso statements' do not
"hold water," is a Belpro, O., product,
being a son of John Jackson, who was
well knbwn fn this section. Gaorgo
loft Bolpre about 15 years ago, when
ho wns a boy, removing wllh his fam
ily to Springfield. Ho was known as
"Commy," a nlcknamo for Commodoro
which for soma reason had become at
tached to his name. He had a brother
who became a famous "boy preacher,"
and who also had quite a reputation
for adorning tho truth with embolish
ments not germano thereto, not to say
utterly hiding tho small grain of fact,
if fact existed.
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, ii I ncklcii'Ai;UCa. smvo,,ur,OM
Tim Best ,Hr.v.E .jn tht-jrorld. for
Cuts, Bruises, Soros,,, Ulcers, Salt
Rhoum, Fovor HoroB, ToUfir,u Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, nnd positively euros Filed
or no pay requirrtd. It is guaranteed to
glvo perfect satisfaction, or mone,v rn
fundod. Price 25 cents por box.
For salo by W. H. Stver.
11 VVvtSS&T -w"-5 III
Miss May Smith Robbins, in her
charming comedy, Little Trixie, will
appear at tho Opera House on Satur
day, Feb 2.2nd, Washington's blrthda.
Miss Bobbins and her merry com
pany did the banner business of tho
season for the Grand Opera House in
Wheeling, turning people away for
four performances and having to place
tho orchestra on tho stage to make
more room tho last two.
Bqth Miss- Robbins and hor play
come well recommended to us and that
they will have a packed house is under
Executor's Notice of Appointment
Notice Is herebv clven that the undcrslcned
has been duly appointed and qu Ulled as Cxe-
rutor oi tno win oi l.c ouaru nuu iaie oi v ain
lngton County, Ohio, deceased.
Dated Teb. 8, 1SIX5.
A large assortment in stock.
Keys fitted by an expert lock
Successor to D. P. Adams.
W. P. MASON,
Colonial Building, Marietta, Ohio.
Surveys and Construction; Railways,
Bridges, Foundations, Si:m:iiaoe.
fST"FOU S ALE A brau new bicj tie .'Road
ltlne." Will soil at a great bargain Address
417 Third street Geouoe W ekuelkln.
tSThe Dniismore t pewriter miy ba had of
r W Tomer, this city, sole agent for Washing'
ton county. e n d
Kiy-FoR SALE Entire east half of Ulock
13, West Side Marietta, 1(H) feet on Knox St ,
120 on Franklin, and 120 on Pearl St 'Will sell
as a whole. Inquire of Dr. S. M Hart, Wittllg
building, Front street.
SaDR.W. M. HART. DENTIST. Office 14
Puunm St , between Front and Second.
jSDn. E P. EDny, Dentist. Office
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
J3TDR. GAIiLAGHER Disea? es of the eye
and flttlDRof glasses. Law Building Putnam
botfou SALE Fine residence in Putnam
Place ti oo .
Modern 13 room1 brick housa.Jlargo lot. and
good location, $3 00 . ,
Hduse and lot on Third street opposite Camp
Tupper, B1C00 i I
House and lot on Sixth street below Wooster,
Jicoo. 4 i
Also cheap building lots in Putnam Place
and on upper Soenth streets
J, A. PLUMErt &. Son:
TOR SALE. '
New House 8 rooms on Fifth St lot 15x180,
gas and water.
7 Roomed House On I 'our In St. water and
gas lot 37x00.
New 8 Roomed House on I'ront St. Water,
gas and barn.
10 Roomed Houso West Side, Oilman St.
40x180. Small barn,
Hoarding House IS rooms corner 3d and Ohio
streets. Dig Bargain Easy terms.
76 acres in Decatur Tp , for sale or exchange.
0 acres adjoining corporation line. 3 lots on
Warren street, cheap. i
House 0 rooms on 6th streot noar Putnam,
(0x180, barn, water and gas.
2 Lots on Washington street COxliS.
Many other properties to offer. ""
WARD & STONE, 235 Second St.
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The Richest of Trimmings
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All lady customers who purchase of us at
any one time, goods amounting to $2.00 or
over will be presented with one copy of the
Standard Delineator for the month in which
such purchase may be made.
This is no ANTIQUATED publication that
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more and which is being rapidly relegated to
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some colored lithographic plates illustrating
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which will be fully described.
A full assortment of these popular patterns
will be found in our stock at all times.
172 FRONT STREET.
Our Special Sale
v x Is Still Going On,
And we will continue tilj March 1 st. We have
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room for our Spring line now coming in. So
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