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The Marietta Leader.
(DAILY ADD WEEKLY.)
THE LEADER PUBLISHING CO.
H. V. SPKELMAN,
EDITOR,
MAMAMAMAAMAMAMAAMAMMMMI
Telephone
No. 3
We wlli cnnaliler It a Brent favor If sub
scribers will report nny fnllurn to get tlielr
Xrfiader, or nny cnrclpnancis on the part of
the carrier.
Subscribers ill please notpaytbo car.
rlers unless the carrier punclios his crcillt
tog In subscriber's presence
The Dally Lender Is on snlo at Gate's
News stnnil, Union Depot News stnnil, U. It
Uuchanan's anil Scott A Ward's.
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1901.
STATUS OF TEXAS OIL.
The advance of pipe line certificates
yesterday to $1.25 settles the status of
Toxaa oil. The dtrlko of the t)lg well
at Beaumont was followed by an im
mediate decline In Pennsylvania crude
but the Investigation as to the quality
of tho Texas oil showed conclusively
that It was not a rival to the lighter
gravity oil of the North that the pipe
lines (have moved the price ud again.
The refinery tests practically determ
ined ithe rank of the Texas crude, but
the fact that the refiners are willing to
ipay tooto money for Pennsylvania oil
than they were immediately after thp
Texas strike and before they had as
sured themselves of the Quality of th
new ftmi is the best evidence that the
tests have 'been correctly made.
Nobody is in bettor position to know
what the Texas oil Is good for than tha
refiners, who have the only real meth
od of determining. They put It In tha
list of fuel oils, and when they begin to
buy other oil again at a hlghe- price
tholr verdict can only foe taken as fin
al. (The Texas oil man 'will be a com
petitor of the coal producer, but not of
the oil trade of the Northeast. Pitts
burg Times.
CRISP COMMENT.
Thirty-seven Senators dodged a vote
on the canteen bill, and at least -double
that number would have dodgeJ it had
its provisions applied to the basement
of tho capitol building. Chicago Rec
ord. It will be a case of "hail and farewell
with Senator Towne, but he will be
iust as much an ex-Senator as if he
had served six years or twelve Wash
ington Post.
Now that Emperor William of Ger
many has been made a field marshal in
the British army he Should be hurried
to tho front at once before the Boers
cut all Kitchener's communications.
Chicago Record.
Webster Davis is building a fine bus
iness block in Kansas City. The struc
ture is expected to be several degrees
more symmetrical than his political
career. New York Mall and Express.
Queer that the task of delivering the
valedictory of the black man in Con
gress should 'hae fallen to White.
There will 'be no colored brother in the
next Congress unless the mullatto del
egate from Hawaii comes under that
head. Boston Herald.
Mrs. Carrie Nation de-en es job on
the Commoner. She is as eacer as
Mr. Brvan himself to sma-sh things.
(Milwaukee Sentinel.
SOCIETY LIBRARY ROOM
Will be Opened as a Reading Room to Col
lege Students.
The library room of Alnha Kappa
literary society will toe furnished with
desks and chairs preparatory to throw
ing it open to the general student
body of the College as a reading room.
This decision was arrived at at a meet
ing of the society .several weeks aso
The same question was brought up for
the consideration of Psi Gamma mem
bers, but.upon vote, was laid oer for a
week S' ' 5
Putnam Street Pharmacy Sold.
The Putnam Street Pharmacy, which
was owned and conducted by Mr W.
II. Styer. has been hold to Mr. Walter
KIrby, who has been at the held of the
India Spice and Drug Co. The stocK
of goods entered Into the tran --action,
but the terms of the sale are private.
The brick building In the rear of th"
store has been secured for the location
of the business of the India Salce and
Drug Co. The store "Will be under the
personal direction of A. J. Steven3,
who has had abundant experience In a
pharmaceutical way with the above
firm.
SMALL-POX
Rasing "In Indian Territory-Thousand
Cases Exists.
By Associated Press.
Muskegoo, I. T., Feb. 9. Five
members of the Lawrence family, re
siding near Wagoner, are lying dead at
their homo from smallpox, and the two
renjvilnlng membcib of the household
are awaiting death. Another is near
ly dead from fright and loss of sleep,
Smallpox is raging throughout the ter
ritory and a thousand cases exist, with
no way to sequre relief,
i
ARMY
In Cuba Not With
drawn i
UNTIL NEXT FALL
And Possibly Not Until Much
Later
OFFICERS MUST BE ELECTED
And a Government Established That Will
Maintain Peace.
By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C. Feb. 9. It is
now apparent to officers of the admin
istration that it will scarcely be possl
ble for the United States to withdraw
entirely from the government of Cuba
under the most favorable circum
stances 'before next fall at the earliest.
This is conceding the possibility thar
the Cuban conentlon may adopt a
constitution entirely acceptable to this
government before tho first of April
next. It is recognized that It will re
quire several months after the adop
tion of the constitution to complete the
organization of the Cuban government
and have It In successful operation.
All national officers must be chosen,
laws enacted for the collection of rev
enues, the establishment of a stable
government, a police force and con
stabulary organized to take the Dlace of
the United States military force for
the preservation of peace an'J1 the
maintenance of order, and municlpa'
governments organized. In this
country at least three month's notice
is given of a general election and it 13
argued In Cuba that it will take more
time to prepare for the election of 'the
President than for other national of
ficers, after which the administrative
officers 'must be appointed and neces
sary laws enacted before the structure
of the government can be established,
at any rate such is the view of officers
as was stated today by a prominent
member of the cabinet.
This gentleman said also that when
the Cuban government was successful
ly in operation the United States
troops would be withdrawn. Such
withdrawal, ho said, would be
made when the Cuban government
requested it, and when it Is clearly ap
parent that the government is fully
capable of maintaining peace and goor
order.
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL.
Bridges Smith, major of Macon,
Ga., made his first monej peddling
papers in the streets.
In ninety jeurs the Spanlsh-spenk-ing
people of the world hue increased
from 26,190,000 to 42,S00,000.
Representathe Powers, of Vermont,
made the btartllng statement that
Washington had too innnj parks.
Five justices- of the supreme court
of the United States chew tobacco,
while all of them use the weed in some
form.
Last j ear the price of unbound
French books was raised from 50
cents to 55. Recently another fite
cents was added, in consequence of
the increased price of paper.
A joung, educuted native of Athens
now it-siding in Constantinople, who
calls himself Sophocles A. Iludaver
doglu, is about to translate Lew Wallace's-
"Ben Hur" into modem Creek.
Every daj the emperor of Austria
reads a newspaper which is prepared
specially for himself It Is composed
entirely from extracts from the press,
nnd by the empeioi's desiie nothing
which concerns himself is omitted
from it, no matter how unflattering
or disagreeable It nuij be.
Frederic Sullivan, the composer's
elder biother, who was the original
judge in 'Tiial hy Jur," first pro
duced In 1875, tv as brought up as an
architect, nnd of him the late Lord
Russell of Killovven used to relate an
ant-edote. When he was Mr. Charles
HuBsell, the future lord chief justice
bad to nmine Frederic Sullivan ns a
witness. One of his questions was:
"You are an urcliltect, I believe, Mr.
Sullivan?" to which Sullivan replied:
"I have been an architect, but mn now
on the stage," and added: "You ste,
I am still drawing big houses." He
died la 1877, at the age of 36.
0. & L. K. R, R.
Cheap Excursion to Columbus Feb
ruary 11th and 12th. account of the
celebration of Lincoln's Birthday. Tho
rate will be 51.10 for the round trip.
Tickets good going on above date3.
Returning February 13th. Leave Mar
ietta G:20 a. m. arrive Columbiu 11:35
a. m.
' B. & O. S, W. to Beaumont. Tesa3,
in twenty hours.
LASSOES MOpHTAJwl LIONS.
Old Cnllleiunn Jfear Snh(a rlarhnrn,
Cal., 1CIIU YM4vAnlniala
with (Until? 4
There arc few men tohofliave lind
courage or skill to lassd ninimintnlii
Hon on a mountain nnd mnleliim cop
the. Hut there is an ojd cntlie rider
in Snntn Murium county, Cal., who the
other day roped two lions, rind with
out the use of pun or olub killed both.
Ite is Illco Hejarrn. n aqne?o of Snn
Mnroii'sramih.nenrSaiitft ilarbarn. Not
only did be Insso these lion's)' Wit lie
cnught them out of" t o'J lifjr syca
mores, where. 31 feet ''from Hie
ground, they crouched," treed bj shep
herd dogs. '
The (lops pnt the llonstiin nnd n.
party went to hoot tnem,Ct,0. Lnnib,'
n cnmeimin, would hhveldlled them,
but Hejnrrn stopped him, rising he
would furnish sport for the company.
Hiding his trained pnliy close to the
tree, Bejarrn lnssoed one of the lions.
The nninial was roped around the
body and ns the rlntn tightened the
benst was drawn, snarling, hissing nnd
clawing, to the ground. Keeping out
of its way. Hlco worried It) to death.
It struggled and fought, Wit w'ns soon
brought wheie It was read, to hnc
its throat cut. Meantime the second
lion had been closely watched. li
was next roped nnd the peiformanoe
repeated.
Barney Giknore in hi? comely
drama "Kidnapped in New York" will
appear at the Auditorium Feb. 19.
While the story is melodramatic in
substance, its best quality is said to be
its humor. The plot Is founded on the
adduction of Baby Clark in many
events of that celebrated case.the story
is followed. The author," ' Howard
Hall, is well known. Barney Gllmoro
is the star of the production, playing
the leading role which is that' of a
young Irishman named Dooley and is
an up-to-date detective. The actor has
an excellent opportunity to display his
ability. We are informed ' that the
management have iri?rtullfedi some
new "and original specialties. The
play will be presented wkha new set
of scenery. 'f'jtfi.v
M. gL SEIPEli'Mgr.
"THE CRISTIAN,rat'tlie"Audltor-
ium, February. 15th,v -j, n
Few attractions anribuncedThe're in a
long time have attracted the same de
gree of attention attendant upon tho
.forthcoming engagement at the Audi
torium of Hall Cal no's much, discussed
play, "The Christian," which Llebler &
Co. will present. The enterprise of the
local management in securing this ex
cellent attraction, Is deserving of the
most substantial patronage .and from
present Indications It Is evident their
efforts will be rewaided far beyond
their most sanguine expectations for
the Christian's engagement -here on
Friday, February 15th at the Auditor-
urn, Is already the town talk.
FAUST.
Lewis (Morrison's complete produc
tion of "Faust" has long ago become
one of the leading and most interest
ing of the best class of theatrical of
ferings. This season it Is said to sur
pass in merit and care of presentation
even the most successful efforts made
during its seventeen years of prosper
ity and popularity. It will be .soon
presented in this city in an entirely
new garb and -will undoubtedly be
greeted with the ame Interest it has
always met with on its prior visits.
We do all kinds of plntinp,
bronzing, etching, etc , plate any
thing in way ot metal lrom a
hairpin to a locomotive, have an
expert plater, and an up-to-daie
plant, thoroughlyeqmpppd for do
ing firBt clast work, all work
guaranteed, try ub and be con
vinced. 1'none, Marietta, 703
Works Oor. Gilman and Mnnlo
streets, West Side.
MARIETTA METALLIC PLATE & FILTER CO,
GOING TO SELL!
If you intend to dispose of your
property this year now is the
time to list it, and w are tho
people to list it v ith. We have
the largest and best fitted real
estate office in the city and have
a competont corps of employes Jto
show the prospective buyers the
best in tho maket. Givo ub a
call.
Tho Morloiia Roal Esfato Excltangs
i-iiu.m; 7io.
City Electric Bldg., Front aucl Cutler.
T
150c! HERE Til IB
tZZS
The new styles in SHIRTS for Spring; and Summer It's early we know, but
our trade has been unusually good in this department and we decided to have the
new goods sent us immediately, and here they are ready for your inspection. All
colors, all sizes, all shapes and all grades not a back-number among them. We
claim that we can save you money on shirts try us and see !
1 75c i S.
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DARK WINTER DAYS
may soon pass away, but
while they doUast you
will need coal with which
they c.n be
MADE CHEERFUL ':
No coal in tHetity will
give you the1 satisfaction
either in quality or price,
that ours will.
IS OUR BUSINESS
of such proportions that
you think we might be
unable to take care of
another customer? Just
give us a call and allow
us to demonstrate that we
can care for all.
THE MARIETTA FUEL CO.,
Both Phones 2&1. Room 2, Tiber Way
Announcements,
REPRESENTATIVE.
'I 'am a candidate, for re-election ae
Representative for Washington county,
subject lo the decision of the Republi
can momlnatlns Convention.
C. C. MIDDLESWART.
COUNTY TREASURER-'.
Editor Leader: -Please announce me
asi a candidate for the office of Tieas-
urer of Washington County, subject to
the decision of the Reoubilcan County
Convention. S. A. COFFMAN.
TOWNSHIP TRUSTEE.
Editor Leader: Please announce th2
name of William A. Lancaster for the
office of Township Trustee, subject to
the will of the Republican. City Con
vention and hereby oblige
MANY FRIENDS.
COUNCIL.
Editor Leader Please announce
that I 'will be a candidate for the Re
publican nomination for member of
tho City Council from tho Fourth
Ward. J. D. MASON.
Editor Leader: Pease announce
tjiat I rw 111 be a can'dfdate for Member
of Cltr Council from the Fifth Ward,
subject to the Republican primaries.
W-M. R. RONEY.
Editor Leader Please announce the
name of Philip Sple as a candidate In
tho Republican primaries for member
of Council from the Sixth Ward.
HIS FRIENDS.
TOWNSHIP TREASURER.
Editor Leader Please announce tha
name of A. J. Richards as a candidate
for Treasurer of Marietta TownshlD,
subject to the decision of the Republi
can township convention.
HIS FRIENDS.
WATER WORKS TRUSTEE.
Please announce tho name of C. S.
Dana, of tho Fourth Ward as candi
date for 'the nomination of Water
Works Trustee, subject to tho will of
the City Reoubilcan Convention.
FOURTH WARD REPUBLICANS.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
Editor Leader:
I will bo a candidate for tho nomina
tion of Member of Board of Education
at tho coming Clty-Townsblp Republi
can Convention. L.' P. HILL.
Editor Leader. Please announce my
name as a candidate for Member of
Board of Education of Marietta School
District. O. A. PALMER.
Syrian Marriage.
Jpaeph Cusses and Miss Croma Dam
ns, two Syrians, were united In anar
rlage by Father Wosoman, of St.
Marys Catholic church Saturday after
noon. The members of that national
ity in the city are making preparations
for a royal ceremony for the young
pepple. Mr. pnd Mrs. duesses will
make their home In LowelLMuss.
R. Van Metre &
It's a Hood Old Fashioned Remedy
Made from White Pine, Wild Cherry Bark, Mullein Leaves,
Blood Root, Balm Gilead Buds, Pine Tar, &c.
OUR SYRUP OF WHITE PINE AND TAR
Is mndo right hero in our own laboratory.
IT'S GOOD and that's why wo sell hundreds of bottles overy week. Quar
ter pint bottle, quarter dollar each.
jl. 0". zr,tc:e3:.a:r,:ds7
Opposite Bellevuo Hotel, Front street.
OHIQ DENTAL COMPANY,
J. P. BE KER, D. D. S Manager, Over First national Bank. Marietta, 0.
We are pleased to announce that' we are now agents for
the famous Remington Typewriter. Call and see our fine
display. Terms reasonable,
T7pewrite's for Rnt.
The Big Four Cycle Co.
Ho. 1 Front St. Typewriters and Supplies. Marietta, Ohio.
0neBi0BiiaBBBa
.A. COUO-H
Is n littlo thing when it begins.
Fhis is tho time to stop it. The
longer you put it oh" the harder it
is to cure. '
The longer it lasts, the more
serious it becomes. Let it run on,
nnd there's no telling what tho
end will be.
Tho case of consumption wns
n little cold once, (Hack Cough
Syrup will stop any cough when
it iirst begins.
It will stop most all coughs
after they get bad. But tho best
way is to take it at the first sign
of a cold.
It ought to bo right at your
elbow nil tho time. And wo
guarnntee every bottle, don't for
get that.
The Goruer Drug Store,
H. Fred Curtis, Prop.,
Cor. Front aud n"jtnam Streets.
Hie
There is no better time tlinn now to
hao jour wheel repaired and refinished
before the riding season opens. Wo do
nil manner of ropnir work, such ns en
iimoling, nickling, etc., nnd when your
wheel has boon "done over" by us it has
the exact appearance of n now bloyelo.
Wo guaranteo nil work and solicit your
patronage
The Big Four Cycle Co.,
li7 Front Street.
February 11th and 12th ior celebra
tion ot Abraham Lincola'a birthday by
the JeffereoiMackson-Liniclon ;League,
excursion tickets will bo. sold to Col
umbusWIo.'Ji&nnflylVanla... Lines, valid
returning until "Wednesday, February
13 th.
4 ng
165c I
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tyVl ES
Co.
YOUR PATRONAGE
Wo want, and in order
to get nnd retain it, we
fully realize tho neces
sity of giving you den
tal work that will prove
satisfactory in overy re
spect. Hours 8 A.M. to 8:30
P. M. except Sunday.
Both phonos. Lady in
attendance.
W. H. EBIHGER, J. S. H. TORNER,
President, Vice President.
S. L, ANGLE, Gasbler,
GERMM NATIONAL BANK,
MARIETTA, OHIO.
Began Business August 1, J 899
Capital,
Surplus
$100,000
$7,500
Foreign and Domestic
Exchange Bought
and Sold.
A GOOD COOK
Is not properly credited unless
the service is good.
Every one knows that food
is more palatable if served on
nice china.
A complete assortment of
everything in table china at
t
S3
i $1.00 1
Mrs. E. C. Holz, '
280 FRONT STREET.
Theodore Stoecker,
UPHOLSTERER
303 Gilman Street, (W. S.
Allendcr's Furniture Store.)
Telephone 3 J 4.
Kopniring and Ro-Upholstoring of
FURNITURE, hnir mattresses mado
over. Parlor Suits and Spring Beds
nnd Hair Top Mattrossos for Wood and
Iron Bedsteads. Also n specialty of
Turkish work, first class work only,
Specinl attention givon to work for
churches, lodges, and hotels, hospitals,
infirmaries, etc. A trial solicited.
Repairing nnd Ro-flnishlng of Valuable
ojd Mahogany.
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