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EEE2aHHBHK SilSj.ftjpry 'IV "iii i jiTO ,WWI .rny))ffCT iiyjiww.... ,v' . tiWjyj) iwjft'jaw' 'B "l,."'"1 If. ft ' I p iwfri jf 1 11 H 15,977 Babies! Tv r " 3 , That's the record at Craig's Gallery ' for the past ten years. -Ti ,r oxPenence in mak ing baby pictures? It re quires peculiar talents to deal successfully with such aharmy of little folks, and it is the pleased parents of ''tins host who have given Craig the title of I "She Baby Charmer. , f. Brinff tlio llttlo onoa to Craig,, ho loves fthom all, and they know It. ."'4 CRAIG, TJie Oltf Reliable Art Gallery, U ' ' hapes M -IN- & y Now ready for your . inspection at, GOODHUEj'S, 290 iron. Sti Fall Toe Gu yer Hat Are the two best makers of Dinner "Ware in the world. We handle both of their makes in open stock and have just received Johnson Bros, lat i est in White Porcelain. CalL in and see it. ji -py,TNAM BROS. Tho Greene Street China, Glae and Qaeensware Store. BELL TELEPHONE, 586 MARIETTA PHONE, CALLS UP. t MASON'S ? PHARMACY ON V TIBER. WAY. 590 Bell 'Phone, connected with residence, day or nigiit. i 1 n n n n n n "Opon, Your Mouth J 3 and Shut Yourlp yos. That's n goodrulo in ri Bome'arupt' stores, but iij others CJ ypu nijvo w Kt-op your eves wiae t; U'fll. I This is a store in wlich you may buy blindfolded. ' Every quality is right; And wo give you what you ask far without argument. You're nsenfo with ua as you are with yoiirdoctor. Ask him, lio knowsas. CORNER DRUGSTORE, g H; FRED CURTli Prop., Cor. Front nnd.Pntnam Sta. nnnanaanEnDcnEcBtiaanaaauaii PALMS AMI FERNS. Wo hayo a nleo Ano of Ferns and Palms In stock at Groenhnuso, corner of Fourth and Scnntnol streets. Out flowers und plants ff all kinds. Design worn anu uecoratra a specialty. V J.W.SMITH. P (Pt tT' n 4 ThrM&riott6w Leader; (Dally and Weekly i) WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1001. Thp Public Mirror. ' i Mrs. Georgo Wl'ro will lcavo today for 06Tumbus oh. business. Mr. D. D. Marcu3 left for Portsmouth on business. Tuesday Mr. H. A. Hughes; of Zancsvllle, J is calling on friends In the city. 1 Mr. Georgo. Storck has gono to St. Loula on tx short business trip. r Mr. Ed. Ityan left Tuosday for . Drowns Mills, 0., on a business trip. Mr. Ee. Henry, of Dovcrly waB calling on friends in tho city Tuesday. Mr. Stephen Anglo loft Tucsday mornlng for Lowell on a short business trip. I Mr. F. It. Anson, of Portland, Ore., is tfio guest of relatives in tho city. ' Mr. J. Fulton, of Wheeling, W. Vn wub calling on friends in tho city Tucs3ay. Mrs". L. D. Murphy left Tuesday for Cincinnati to visit relatives for a few weeks. , .:IJ( Clinton Moore, formerly of this pity, but now of 'Zanesvllle, Is calling on friends In the city. Dr. L. F. Korman, of Clarksburg,' will arrivo In the city today to take in tho Elk's Carnival. Mr. ana Mrs. M. M. Rose and daughter have gone to Cincinnati to attend the Fall Festival. Mr. Win. Taylor, of Jollct, 111., has'accepted a position as motorman on tho crectric lino here. , MIbs May Kayhlll, of Chlllicothe, has accepted a position, as trimmer with Mrs. C. Greenway. Miss IUiea Grafton, who has been spending the summer at Deverly, is the guest of relatives in the city. Mrs. James Zimmer left Tuesday for Cincinnati, where she will be the guest of relatives for a few weeks. Mr. Roy Durko will leave Tuesday for Columbus where he' will bo the guest of relatives for a few weeks. Mr. Joe Thornlley left Tuesday for Murphy, N. C, wTiero he goes to work for the Murphy Gold Mining Company. Miss Kruse, of Cincinnati, arrived in tho city yesterday to accept a position with Mks. Wells na trim mer. Miss Delia Strecker loft Tuesday fpr 'Dayton, where she will be the guest of lier sister, Mrs. J. W". Eberle for a few 'days. , ' Misses Parker nnd Slclch worn busy "moving Tuesday1 "f'r'onr -"Putnam- street to tne second story of tho Lead er Buluiing. Mrs. Albert Bengel, who has been tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Wagner, Washington street, left Tuesday for her homo in Pomeroy'. " . t-Mr. and Mrs. John Swan, of Fair view Heights, accompanied by their three sons, havo gono to tho Pan-American Exposition. i Mr. Will Worman, of Galllpolls, arrived in the city Tuesday and .will ;cnter College. Mr. Worman is' a flno football player and will add strength tb tho college team. Base Ball. The Saints will play tho Shamrocks and Grays a game of baseball at the J 'air Grounds next Saturday. Mann nd Buchanan will bo the battery for tjh"o Saints nnd Germah "and Mc Swceney for tlio Shamrocks. Death of Infant. , Bertha Langsdalo, tho infant daugh ter ol Mr. and Mrs. James Langsdalo, died Tuesday morning at tho homo of her parents In Norwood, aged two months. Tho remains were shipped to Cambridge Tuesday afternoon, whero tho funeral services wll bo held. Fire Department Decorations FlroTMef Earl Davis and assistant Iiavo decorated tho lawn at tho city hall In a very appropriate manner with tho aid of whitewash of different col ors and they havo mado tho lawn look, yory attractive. It took considerable work to make tho decorations, and they aro to be complimented for It. Gone to Canton. Tho National Guards all over tho state havo been ordered out to attend the funeral of President McKiuley at Canton Thursday. Comapny B left this morning over tho Pennsylvania lino for Canton at 6:30 and will arrivo at Canton at 12 o'clock, whero they will remain in camp for three days 'beforo returning horo Friday. , Tho troops were directed td tako ono day's rations. Caps, legglns, wlilto gloves and regulation collars will bo worn, i Tho company reported at tho arm ory for duty last night at 8:30 o'clock In heavy marching order. 1 - r "Tho Watch on the Hhlne," a fine at traction, will appear at the Auditorium hls ovening, , i . . HE CAIN FOOL 'EM Lincoln Evidently Didn't KnoW Prof. Morris. When a groat American onco made ah oft-quoted asserrin to tho effect that ybu can't fool all tho peoplo all tho tlmo, ho failed to take Into oo'nulitern tlon tho nrt of tfie Ondf-thO-'fiSntUl'i' lllltslohlst. Marietta peoplo aro Just ,nw being given a realization' of this fact In tho remnrltnblo Morris illusory entertainments that aro bolng given daily on tho Elks' Carnival groundsThe exhibitions aro presented by Prof. J. B. Morris, who has spent olght years in the study of tho art, and lms succeeded in collcctTns; some of the most extraor dinary electrical effects that tho realm of mystery affords. Ho is very ably assited by IiIb pretty wife, shows tho ut most cloverncss Indlfflcult rqlcs she has to essay. Sho'lias been with him over snco ho began his career as an 'illu sionist, hypnotjst and electrician. THE STATUE TURNING TO LIFE. This. marvelous attraction la Undoubt edly tho best attraction on tho.grounds. Thoso who were there witnessed the most beautiful entertainment they had ever seen, and Is certainly ono never to bo forgotten. Tho statue turnlngto life' is thus described by ono who saw it: When the curtain rises a beautiful marbld statue appears and then the head Is taken from tlio shoulders and then replaced. Then gradually before your eyes an Inanimate plcco of mar blo Is turned into a beautiful living woman. How it is dono no ono can explain." Next, before you can realize it, a largo floral design 'appears, decor ated with fresh roses. Again the mys terious hand is outstretched and sev eral roses are plucked. Tho roses gradually fade from view and slowly thestono ,lady makes her appearance Here we havo the legend of Pygmalion ana Galatea. You know how tho le gendary king of Cypress made in. Ivory tho'statue of a woman which was so beautiful that ho prayed to Aphrodite to endow it with life. This ho did, and then ho married the living statue. The statue Is not tho whole show. Thero aro soveral other interesting fea tures slTown, and every man, woman and child goes away praising what ho or sho has seen. A mechanical Tflustlon that Is given Is that of "Tho Flying Lady." This was shown throughout tho last Paris exposition, and it was easily a favorlto among tho many similar exhibits on display there. It is as pretty an effect of this kind as could bo imagined. In addition to the above the beautiful Electric Theatre and Poses Plastlquo' will be shown In all making tho triosV interesting exhibition on the. grounds'. aiid"anyonowlir.irfl83cif seeing ihn marvelous exhibition will certainly be .tho loser. Americans in Paris. By Associated Press. Paris, Sept. 17. By invitation of United States Ambassador Porter, Consuls and Americans met at his resldenco this afternoon and adopted resolutions on the assassination of President McKinlcy. Tho attendanco was numerous, including many lad ies dressed in mourning. Mayor's Court. George Wolf was before the Mayor on the chargo of fast driving. He plead guilty ana was fined $10.00 and costs. Ho paid up and was released. Nettle 1'ondloy was fined $5.00 and costs for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. Silo did not pay and Is work ing her ?ino out. 1 Mary A. Newell. Mrs. Mary A. Nowcll, an inmate of tho County Iufirmnry, died at that In stitution Tuesday o"f heart trouble. She leaves ono son who lives In Bollaire. Tlio funeral will bo held there today and interment will bo mado in tho In firmary Cemetery'. Tho weather indications for to- day aro clear nnd westorly .winds. When it comes to Men's Ready-to-Wear Suits and Overcoats, we show a better and more complete stock tnahany of tKm (or the reason we use our entire second floor for Ready-to-Wear dotting. We have the room for it 1 feet wide and 100 feet deep. It will boon bo Ovorpoat timo. Tho newest thing in Overcoats is tho Yoke Ovorcont. Vo don't show one ttylo, but n dozen, "It paj's to buy goods from the Star for cash." I, THE STAII CLOTHING HOUSE. TERMS OABH. i BUSINESS LOCALS. FOR SALE, n ten horso pwcr Fairbanks gas engine, cheap. Wal ter Klrtjyi Sept. 17 3t FOR SALE OR RENT Five, room house, on Ninth street. Call at Lead er offlto for Information. Sept. J 7 2t'. FOR RENT Two rooms' In now Iioubo, Rlvcrdalo. Inquire 215 Put nam street. Sept 15 It. For Rent. FtlrUifehed Room, pleas ant location. Call at 412 Fourth street. Sept. 14-tf. WANTED-Sorvant girl; good wages Apply at onco 017 Front street. Sept. 4tf. FOR SALE A Four Horso Gas En glno with gasoline attachment, Cald well make, In good condition and do ing perfect work in our office whero It can bo seen' at any time. Tho Lender Publishing Company. Manager Wanted in. every largo county to appoint agents for tho Fam ous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot ma chlno for drinks or cigars; lawful cv evcry whero, takes placo of all forbid den slot machines. Rented or sold on easy paymonts. Securo territory quick. Palmor Billiard Tablo Works, Chirago, Ills. Sept. 1-Oct. 31. Get our prices on Billiard and Pool Tables beforo buying elsewhere, sold on easy payments. Our cushions are guaranteed for twenty years, and aro mado by a new vulcanizing process. Old tables fitted with our cushions are as good as new, satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded. Seo our ad vertisement of "Manager wanted" for lawful slot machine. Palmer Bil liard Tablo Works, Chicago, Ills. Sept. l--Oct. 31. WANTRD SRVRTIAT, PRnSONTR of character and good reputation in each stato (ono in this county re quired) to represent and advertiso old established wealthy business houso of solid financial standing. Salary $18.00 weekly with expenses additional, all payablo In cash each Wednesday direct from head offices. Horso and carriage furnished when necessary. References. Enclose self addressed stamp envelope Manager,; 30G Caxton Building, Chlcaco. C. E. TEEBOH, JEWELER. WATCH REPAIRING. 12G8 Front Street. Piauto R.ecitaJ. Every afternoon and ev ening this week at Schnei der & Alden's Music Store, '& (252 :Frjoi.8toefcby Mvb. X JTriedrich of Pittsburg. A splendid opportunity for lovers of good music. DR, J. D. PARR., Physician and Surtfeon, SPECIALIST IN Rectal Diseases, and Diseases of women. Office and Residence, No229, Fourth street. Calls promptly attended to' both day and night. Bell Phone 498. Sheriff's Sale. Will V. Van Metro, Plaintiff, Vs. Alia Chamberlain ct al, Defendant. By vlrtuo of an order of sale, duly Issued by tho Court of Common Pleas, of Washington County, Ohio, In tho abovo entitled action, and to mo di rected, I will offer for salo,- at public alictlon, at the door of tho Court Houso, in tho City of Marietta, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH, 1001, at 1 o'clock, P. M., of said day, tho following described real estate, to-wit: Situate in Washington County, Stato of Ohio, and Township o Lawronco, to-wit: Tho East half (E. ) of tho South west quarter (S. W. ) of Septlon No. fltecn (15), Town No. threo (3), Rango No. seven (7), containing SO acres, more or less. Appraised nt $900.00. Terms Cash. JESSE C. MORROW, Shoriff, Washington County, Ohio. P.- J. Cutter, Plaintiff's Attorney. Wed., Aug. 14. 1901-5wks. First Day of the Fair. Tho Washington County Fair opened yesterday but on account of tho rain and general bad weather tho attend anco was not very large. Tho exhibits of tho farmers aro coming quite rapid ly though and tho 1st of attractions this year will bo better than over before. Tho stables aro filled to their utmost capactiy and somo trouble Is being had to find room for all. The races will commence today and nre expected to be some of the best over held hei'e. The track is In excollent (pndltlon nnd Is one of the finest in tho stato. , itKJiH L i Reduced hares to California via Penna. Lines. Special low rato tickets to San Francisco, account General Conven tion Episcopal Church, will bo sold va Pennsylvania Lines Septomber 18 to 2G, inclusive, aso on September 27 for .trains renching Chicago or St. Louis that date. For further infor mation see ticket ngents of Pennsyl vpnla LJqes, . . 15he Silk Store. I i ii, irs mi liAiisj u ti Ji.iiiiin I J'Tho Silk Store" of Marietta. Our claim is fully I justified by the greatness of the stock and the vol ume or business done in our bilk Department. Wo win flin fiHirlnlw almwino- i-lin lrcf ofn1r mwl rr'iirltir. the best money's worth. BiacK :miks. No risk, no disappointment, when you buy your Silk Dress here. Wo protect you. Satin Ducliosso. Wo buy them of tho mnnufauturors and know they aro qood. 7Gc, 85o, $1.00 and' up to 82.20. Pcau do Solo is n favorite Silk fnbric for dresses. 85c to 52.25. Blsvck Taffetas in best vnluo nil through from GOo to 81 50. All tho other Silk weaves Surah, Gros Grain, Pallet do Solo, and Silk Poplins. The Famous Skinner Satins. I The peculiar characteristic of the Skinner Satin I is its wonderful wearing quality nothing equal to a IV. It C lUHU IIIU UA1UUU1 and 24 colorings. Mtimt iyxjp LA MAv"Wfl I 'w beautiful and will please you in every respect. Full 100 piece sets, or separate pieces, as you like. One pattern in 100 piece set, $25.00, one pattern $26.25, one pat tern $28.75. Above prices are extremely low for If you ),i;e Joking Jor every day Dinnerware you will find in Homer Xaughlin's semi-Porcelain just what will suit you'.i:'Every piece is guaranteed not to craze. Full 100 piece sets $7.49 or numerous patterns to select from in op ens took. Shetland Floss, the yarn from which the new shawls are being knit, lias advanced, and probable will ad. vance more. While the stock we have on hand now lasts, we will continue to sell at 8 cents per skein. Crei hton 105-107 Greene Street. Are You For Yoir New Fall CoQctp Siit or Waist ? WE havo been busy for tho past month arranging our now Fall Stock of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ilondy-Miido Wear, nnd take plcasuro in announcing that wo placo before tho pooplo of Mnnotta and vicinity tho largest nnd best sulcutcd stock of Kendy-Mado Wear wo havo over shown. Special for ibis Week, September ifith to 21st. Ladies' Wool Waists, Black and all Colors, eacli Ladies' Black Dress Skirts, lined throughout, each vpS.UU Ladies' Mercerized Petticoats, rm . Special, each - - - . - - 90 Cents. Ladies' nnd Misses All-Wool Korsoy Coats, Media Col- js fv ff lar, heavy stitching around bottom, colors Black, jfoVff 1 ff i 1 lllue, Tan nnd Red acoat worth 812.00-each, - VV U1IU PUTNAM Application For Pardon. Notice Is hereby given that at tho noxt meeting of Olilo. State Iloard of Pardons an application will be mado for tho pardon of Georgo Tittle, con victed nt tho January term, 1900, of tho Court of Common Pleas of Wash ington county, of the crlmo of perjury and sentenced to Imprisonment in tlio Ohio Penitentiary for tho period of threo years. (Signed.) GEORGE TITTLE. Wed, Aug. 28--3wks. SuDscrlbo for tEEi Dally Leader. Ten 9Wta ft week, i. ii hiiiiik ill viiiw irnrn na I colored Silks. Assortments nro coraploto nnd Jou find what you want. For instance, wo show 01 shndo of TnfTctns nt7G cents per ynrd, and you Rot n bottor Silk than is usually sold for tho pneo. I Croipo do Chinos, in 10 nvoning A shades, 61.00 and 81.25 por yard. I Fancy Silks for Wnists in tho now styles 1'crsinn designs nnd printed wnrrs. t Silk Poplins In 15 colorings, 81.00. Jo.p Silks in nil tho good colors, 50 cents. UUHUD 111 JJ1UUK, VVIUlti ',6lm&eft6f$a 0H( AQAM we call your attention to our new line of Basset genuine China Dinner Sets. This China is Exta Thin and Light, but Strong and durable. The patterns aro une, R.eady AJ tVWO. I -J STREET. To Contractors and Farmers... Fetch your old Junk, rope and Iron whllo tho prlco Is high. Will pay you cash or exchange for No. 1 cables or casing, etc. pioneer Junk Co, Nept 'J si m i i : )i- 24 fy 1 I "? !"! m m j ,.-. WvAyHTl .. . .-..J.