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Sam Young's Melville Co. in Dramas, Comedies, Refined Specialties All Next week. 10, 20, 30e
Is ttio ttrao to sit tor your II oil
day pictures. We Intend to
mako tho best In our lino und
It takes timo to do It, Our
ChrlBtmas orders aro coming in
fast nnd as usual wo shall en
deavor to comploto work In tho
order of tho sittings.
First Gome, First Served.
Don't put it oil anothor day but
The Marietta Picture Man.
Here's a'Corta' Sure
When your purchases at my store
amount to $3 you aro entitled to an
order on J. W. King, tho Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with $1.50 you will recoivo' Six of
King's Best Finished Cabinets and One
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount.
This offer Is for a Limited Time.
Tako advantago of it.
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
SATURDAY, PBC 0, I89P
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
I Hot Water Bottles.
We don't claim that tho Es
quimo uses a hot water bottle
' but he would if we were run
ning a drug store in Green
land; because wo would call
his attention to our complete
lino of these goods nt bottom
prices. We aro liable to have
some Arctic weather this
winter cold enough to make
peoplo think they're on an
iceberg. It will oe a good
time then to think of our hot
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putuam St. Marietta. Ohio.
immi iimiiNHHMKmfM ?
BEE III1 STORE
has just added a lino of
Childrens' Cloaks, from 2
to 4 years old, at prices
way below comparison.
They also have a sample
to bo Bold regardless of
They also offer for sale
tho best and cheapest lino
Hosiery, Gloves and
Millinery Is Their Specialty.
It will pay you to visit thorn
oeioro you Day.
Ill Ul Ullliil
182 Front St. Marietta.
Send all your orders for
Third and Jlutler Sts. Marietta, 0.
First class facilities and prompt
attention to orders.
Examination of Teachers
.-wnBtiniTtnn f!nnnfcv will be held from 8 A,
M. until 8 r. M. at the Marietta High School,
Jn the second Saturday ot each mouth except
oanuary, juiy ana aubu0v.
MAiniN II. ANDREWS,
Sept. 10, 'M, Pres. B'd ot Examiners.
The coal tipple nnd angina house of
thq McKtnnoy mine at Lathrop were
destroyod Thursday night by firo of un
known origin. A portion of tho track
of tiio T. & O. C. Extension railway
was also damaged. Tho mine was well
oquippod, but has not boon in operation
for about two years.
Tho boautlful homo of Mrs. J. II.
Shaw In Uolpro was tho scono of. a very
delightful social ovent Thursday ovo
ning. Tho affair was In honor of Miss
Florence Thcis, of Marietta, who is her
guest. Thoso present woro Dr. nnd
Mrs. C. B. Ballard, Dr. and Mrs. F. S.
McQce, Misses Grace Stone, Kate
Dressell, Dorothy Pinnoll, Dell O'Blen
ess, Fannie Harrison, Minnio Patton,
Dr. Dan II. Johnson, V. L. MeMorrls,
W. H. Patton, A. T. Stone, Harry
Crouch. Pearl Athey, Will Pinnoll,
Clint and lllunulio Lockwood.
Mr. Charles Wheeler, of Middleport,
O., and Miss Fannlo Dovol, of this city.
were united in tuarrintro at tho M. E.
parsonage Friday evening by Rov. M.
Mr. John Coleman, a carpenter at
Belpre, died Thui sday night of stomach
trouble, which developed into peritoni
tis. He had been 111 for thrco months.
During the last rlso In tho Great
Kanawha, seventy-nlno barges con
taining 1,141,000 bushels of coal havo
passed out of the river, and many others
are, on their way down to tho Ohio.
During the month of November over
3,000,000 bushels of coal havo passed
out of Kanawha to points down tho
lower Ohio and Mississippi.
Mr. J. J. Fultz, of Mt Vernon, O.,
Deputy Grand Master of tho Ancient
Order of United Workmen, is visiting
the members of Marietta lodge. Tho
lodge is arranging for ono of their old
timo banquot entertainments to take
The annual election of officers of
Marietta Camp No. 41S8, M. of W. A.
was held last night as follows: V. C,
Dr. L. A. Cunningham; W. A., Dr. W.
A. Dabney; Banker, L. S. Dunbar;
Clerk, Aug. Schmidt; Escort, It M.
Aldun; Watchman, Geo. II. Butts; Dele
gate t6 State Camp, Dr. Chas. S. Hart.
Engineer Felkcl, of Pittsburg, is in
the city making further investigation
of the fj'to of tho proposed railroad and
highway bridge across the Ohio. Ho
will remain hcie several days and ex
peclh to have matters, in fehapo to make
application for the necessary franchise
at, tho regular meeting of Council net
Tuesday evening. Mr. Juttc, the chief
promoter of tho enterprise, will aUo
be here ne.t week.
The sad intelligence of tho death
at East Liverpool of Sir. Jacob King
was received Friday and William King,
of this city, a brother of the deceased,
will leave today to attend tho funeral.
The causo of Mr. King's death was
heart disease, which struck him down
without warning. The deceased was
tho guest of relatives in Marietta only
four vveolcs ago and was then in ap
parent good heiltli. Ills mother, Mrs.
Julia King, died in this city 12 weeks
Harmar Lodge No. ll.-. I. O. O. F.,
has elected the lollowing officers for
the ensuing year: It. K. Arbor, N. G. ;
J. D. Cook, V. G.; Douglas PfaiT. Perm.
Sec; Chas. Stcadman, Roc. Sec; Wm.
Brabham, Treas.; Henry Evelcigh, B.
F. Uossett and Paul Goerlitz, Trustees.
Attorney Charles T. Caldwell, of
Parkersburg was in tho city on busi
Clark & Moore aro operating for
oil with considerable show of success
on tho James Harvey farm, near Whip
ple. Tholr first well, which came in
thrco weeks ago, indicates such a good
thing that tho company will at once
put down two more wells.
Tho recently remodeled and re
built tow-boat Adelle, owned by Lewis
Pope & Son, was inspected yesterday
by tho U. S. Inspectors for tho Galli
polls district and found to bo in first
class condition and perfect In all her
appointments. Tho Adello is now a
practically new boat. Sho was on tho
docks for several weeks and had a
comploto new hull pnt under her. Tho
now hull is built on different lines
from the old ono and is an Improve
ment oyer it both in running and
handling properties. With tho excep
tion of the inachinory the Adelle is a
now boat and a very handsomo one at
that. Sho will make her first trip uoxt
week. Parkersburg Sentlnol.
Chas. Slaymaker is making prep
arations to erect a store building on
Fairyiow Heights and in a short timo
will open a grocery In thnt growing
CoL Riley is improving slowly and
will soon bo out again.
Major Palmer is contemplating tho
erection of a fine residenco on Fair
yiow Heights in the spring.
J. A. Plumor & Son havo sold to
R. A. Underwood tho property cf Mrs.
Dabold on upp'er Third street for tho
sum of 51250. Mr. Underwood has
moved into his now purchase.
Watch tho popors tho first of next
week for Information concerning tho
Bazar of Nations to bo given in Marl.
etta the 10th and 11th of this month.
A marvel of choice goods for Christ
mas at Mrs. C. W. Holz's, 260 Front St
Tho following Is from tho Lowoll
correspondence of tho Beverly Advanco:
"Tho gushing oil wells spoken of last
week aro a reality. Tho ono on tho
Rccd farm has sottlcd down to a 30
barrel product Others aro going down
rapidly and many moro talked of.
Another ono was drilled on thp Dixon
farm on Monday that Is making a good
showing. Lowoll is yot to bo tho con
tor of an cxtonsiyo and productive oil
Dr. John W. Simpson loft Thurs
day for Cincinnati.
Mrs. Arlus Ogle, formorly of Dex
ter City, died at tho homo of her Bon
nurry, at Columbus, on Monday. Her
romalns were taken to Caldwoll and
burled In OUvo eemotory Wednesday.
Thursday morning, a short distance
abovo Coal Run, Mr. Asa Brlgham dis
covered a demented man sitting in wet
clothing on tho bank of tho Muskin
gum riycr. It was learned that tho
unfortunate man belonged at McCon
nolsvillo and ho was sent to that town.
Friday was ponsion day and tho
offices of Probate Judge Rood and Clerk
McVny wcro thronged with old vet
Mr. A. O. Jones, of Zanosvillo, tho
well known brick manufacturer, is in
In United States Court at Colum
bus Wilbur and Frank Brown, of this
county, were found guilty of violation
of tho U. S. Internal Revenue Laws,
and each was sentenced to poy a flno
of $100 nnd costs and to bo imprisoned
for thirty days. They will serve thoir
timo in Marietta jail.
Hereafter tho members of tho Lob-
dell Cycling Club will meot on tho first
and third Monday evenings of each
month instead of weekly as heretofore.
Mr. Chas. H. Blume, the jewoler,
was busy Friday 'removing his stock of
goods from tho Citizen's Bank building
to tho room formerly occupied by Wag
ner's saloon on Front street.
Mrs. C. W. Holz has just received
an elegant and well selected stock of
cut glass for Christmas trade. Soo it.
Tho Cincinnati Times Star has tho
following concerning a joke which is
on Hon. Cyril Hawkins, tho Presiden
tial elector from this congressional dis
trict: "Presidential Elector Hawkins
of McConnelsville, who made an all
night rido at a cost of 525 in order to
attend a meeting of the Electoral, col
lego at Columbus on Wednesday, and
found tho meeting does not tako place
till tho second Monday in January,
should send his bill to the morning
paper which g.ivo him the wrong tip."
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Loith left Thurs
day for Chicago, where they will reside.
Mr. Loith recently came hero from
Pittsburg to accept a position with the
Buckeye I'ipe Line company.
George Kerns, who was arrested
for fighting with Morgan Sweeny and
Z. T. D.irrow, has caused warrants to
be issued for the arrest of tho latter
gentlemen and tho hearing will occur
Of course you have heard about the
Bazar of Nations. It will be in Mari
etta on Thursday and Friday evenings
of next week.
November ISth Mr. Murray Daniel
son and Miss Nannio Anglo loft Wator
ford ostensibly on a visit to Mr. Daniel
son's aunt, Mrj. Permelia Paulk, who
resides In Moigs County. When they
arrived at Belpre they concluded to
visit Parkersburg and while there pro
cured a license and wero quietly mar
ried in that city, after which they wont
on thoir way rejoicing. After visiting
with Mrs. Paulk a few days they r&
turned and will mako thoir future homo
with Mr. Danielson's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lerov Danielson. Beverly Ad
A fair sized audience witnessed
"Tho Brand of Cain" at tho Auditor
lum last night. A matineo this after
noon and nn another performance this
evening will complete tho company's
Night Engineer John Spaulding, of
tho 'A. & O. R., is laid off by an injury
to his eyes, his position meanwhile be
ing filled by Robert Shiploy.
Miss Nellie Dovol, daughter of Ben
iamin Devol, of Dovol's Dam, Is ill of
Contractor Berry will probably be
gin work on the Fourth street paving
Mrs. J. T. Lansley, of Lowell, was
tho guest of friends in tho city Friday.
Mr. U. P. Bode, of Liberty, is in tho
Council mot in speclnl session last
night to settle with V. J. Berry, con
tractor on tho Third street paving job
just finished. Tho Paving Committee
roported tho job satisfactory and tho
Engineer presented a final estimate
showing tho total cost of tho Improve
ment to bo about ?2'.,000 aud a balance
of about t9,500 duo Mr. Berry. All out
standing bills of Mr. Berry, contracted
during tho progress of tho job, wcro
ordered paid and balauco to be paid to
Contractor Borry upon filing a bond of
$2,500, said bond to guarantee said
work and materials for a period of fiyo
China for decorating. All sorts of
protty things. See them at Mrs. C. W.
Holz's, 2S0 Front St
Many a nervous woman sits tip all tut
night and tries to read herself sleepy. Nine
to one she don't accomplish her purpose.
Nine to one, she gets more and more ner
vous. The slightest sound strikes terror to
Ucr heart The dark corners of the room
contain a thousand frights. She doesn't
know what si ; Is afraid of, but she is afraid,
actually, honestly, nervously, abjectly afraid.
Healthy women are not cowards. If a wo
man is nervous and sleepless and afraid of
the rustle of her own dress, there Is some
thing the matter with her. The most deli
cate nerves in her body are set on edge by
weakness or disease. Nine-tenths of the
nervousness, Irritability and bad temper lu
women is merely a symptom ot in ucaitn
til health of the delicate and sensitive or
ganism that makes her a woman. If she is
overworked, or over-worried, the effect will
show Itself there first. There is no use tak
ing harmful and deadly narcotics for ner
vousness and sleeplessness. It will leave
the body In a worse condition than it was
before. The way to effect a cure Is to cure
the cause. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion will do it. It has cured tens of thou
sands of cases of female weakness and ner
vousness. It is a most wonderful Invigorat
ing nervine or nerve food. It brings sound
healthy sleep and restores the glow and
bloom of health. It Is the only medicine
now before the public for woman's peculiar
ailments, adapted to her delicate organiza
tion by a regularly graduated physician
an experienced and skilled specialist in
these maladies. It cannot do harm in any
condition of the system. Its sales exceed
the combined sales of all other medicines
The story of Its discovery and Its
wonderful success Is told In one part of
Doctor Pierce's great thousand page book,
"Common Sense Medical Adviser," which
will be sent free on receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to pay for mailing only. World's
Dispensary Medical Association, No. 663
Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
"For thrco years I suffered from Salt
Rheum. It covered my hands to such
an extent that 1 could not wash them.
Two bottles of Burdock Blood Bitters
cured me." Libbie Young. Popes Mills,
St. Lawrence County, N. Y.
December Is Here I
Sit down and think. Shade your eyes and
look. Christmas times right ahead. What a
world of getting ready there is
to do. How convenient and
helpful to be able to go to a
big dry goods store and find
just the things you want.
That means "Turner's."
A TIMELY SUGGESTION.
Make him a DressingGown or
Smoking Jacket. No trouble
about the shape and fit. The Butt3rick Pat
terns are safe and sure and there are a dozen
styles of Gowns and House Jackets shown in
the catalogue. The materials are here, too, in
vastly greater variety than you see anywhere
All sorts of nice materials to make into pret
ty things for Christmas.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
SP-Woman wishes position as Housekeeper
for a widow. Addiess MaiiyVauqiin,
l'oit Olllco, Marlolta, Ohio.
Jgy-Doyou wantaho:nev If so, 1 can fix
you out. Lots to eell on easy monthly pay
ments. Desirable houses nt low prices and
easy terms. F.mn lands In four states.
Timber l.iuil-. mining lands ami oil terrltoiy.
Money always on li.mil to loin. Persons c!o
slrous of investing money '.iTcIy on II r t mort"
gases aro Invited to correspond
Uooiu 10, Law lliilhling,
Mar..!,. 1, 0.
Are Fully Prepared
For the present cold snap, as you will discover
when you drop in and see our very
large and extensive stock of
IBcavy Underwear, For Men, Women and Children.
Ladies' Jackets and Capes.
jTtST-'iVANTKD. Special book agent for
Mailetta, 8t!" per month. Addiess 53 Case
Handing, Cleveland. O. t-at 5th-2ts.
Cry Two furnished rooms for rent. Inquire
of Slits X. T. DAltnow,
Dei-. I1I1-SM, Corner Fourth and ureeno.
Badger State Sftawis.
yjcaJ and (Santera FBanstaBs.
E-Somc ESatiE Bad toK2!fQ;rts, LarcjK Sizes.
Outings, PSaSm and Fancy.
FJanna5s, WoaE ani3 GcSton,, aiO shades.
WfjaB anzS OnfliGFS E3anketS GrcnSe.st assortment in the Ci!y.
tSfVlhi wants to in.ilto a nice Christmas
Gift of a Piano ? We handle the Knabe, Helir
l!ro3., Voso & Sous Pianos, and wo can tell
them as cheap a3 any rirra on earth.
Fm I). Ishafi.
tl.Dec.2;th. 4'7 Second Street.
tSyUet prices on door and window screens
from'A. C. Wendelken, coiner Mulberry and
Poplar streets. Nov.2lth.-tf.
JGfWe have a nice Upright Piano, second
hand, In flno condition. At a bargain.
I'nEn. Israel, 127 Second Street.
52&Monky to Loan. Apply at Kooni b,
Mills IStilldlng, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
JJgyJ. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND SUR
GEON. Office tnd residence CO" Sixth street.
Phone No. 2U. Nov.STth-Smos.
and ECy. Jeans, For RScn ant! Boys' Wear.
Besides numerous other articles suitable for
cold weather all of which will be sold
at the lowest price possible.
1 72 Front Street.
JSiyj. C. Hardy, M. D., ofllce corner Sec
ond and Putnam streets. Tolephone 73. Ofllce
hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 1.
t5?n. F. HartM. D., Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllce and Kesldenco No, "10 Tront street. Te
lephona No. 09. tl.Janl.'OO.
K5TCHAS. S. HART, 31. D offlco and resi
dence No. SOB Putnam street. Telephone 209.
IW-DIt. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
2TDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
T-DR.AV. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
S5PDn. E. P. Enny, Dentist. Offlco mt
Front streat, opposite Soldiers Monument.
SDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting ot glasses. Law Building Putnam
Put an end to misery. Doan's Oint
ment will cure tlio worst case of Itch
ing Piles thoro ever was, nntl do It al
most Instantly. Years ot suffering re
lieved in a slnglo night. Get Doan's
Ointment from your dealor."
KB-3. M. HART, Dentist. Offlco over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
9 a. m . to 5 p. m.
JOfBTORSALE. 23 Lots on Emerson Heights
sub-dlvlhlon and six acres adjoining Corp. lino
at low prices and easy ternm.
20 Residence- properties In the city for sale
on easy terms
Farm In Decatur township for sale or ex
change. Farm In Wood Co., W. Va., for sale
T v o new houses on West-Side on easy terms.
Oall and seo us it wanting to purchaso pro
perty. Oil leases for sale.
WAim & Stonr,
2J6 Second Street.
STFOB SALE. A 14-room double houso In
good location, now lentlng for tio per month,
ffooo. A new C-room house on West Side,
81750. A B-room houso on West Side, J1100.
Soraogood lots on Pnlrvlew Heights, from
1150 to C500. A good business front on Putnam
street below Second, Siooo Some good lots In
Putnam Place, from t ICO to ? 250 on monthly
J. A. Plumkr & Sox.
Mills Uuildlng, Corner Putnam and Second
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE!
Fine property and vacant lots in all
parts of tho city at a bargain.
SEVERAL FARMS FOR SALE.
Call und see mo at No. 231 Second St.
G. B. SUNDERLAND,
Opp. Union Depot. Marietta, Ohio
200 vacant lots for sale on
The Most Important
Sale of the Season
"We are overstocked. "We have too many goods. Our entire sur
plus stock must be sold before January 1st, 1897. Every lady should
tako advantage of this great sale.
Monday Morning, Dec. Ttli,
We place on sale the following:
lot Fancy Suitings, all wool;
regular price 50c
For this sale 39c per yard.
1 lot Heavy Bouclo Suitings, col
ors and black; regular price
For this sale 75c per yard.
1 lot 50-in. all wool Ladies' Cloth;
regular price 45c
For this sale 35c per yard.
1 lot 50-in. Fine Herietta; regular
For this sale 50c per yard.
25 pieces Fancy GaulTro Oloth;
regular price 10c
Special sale prico 5c a yd.
25 pieces Dark Dress Gingham,
plaids and stripes, 8 cent qual
ity For this sale 5c per yard.
Men's Knit Wool Overshirts; reg
ular 50c kind
For this sale 25 cts. each.
Men's Natural "Wool Underwear,
Special sale prico 50 cents.
Wo are offering Bargains in our Oloak Department that can not be
equaled in the city. If you intend purchasing a Wrap of any kind,
call and look through our line.
Monday, at S A.. M., '
Wo place on sale the following:
1500 yds. Plaid and Stripe Flan
nolette, 8c and 10c quality, at
5 cents per yard.
1500 yds. Check Gingham at 3
cents per yard.
1000 yds. Dark Fancy Plaid Outings, regular 10c goods, at 7c a yard.
WHOLESALE. Putnam Street