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la tho ttrao to sit for your Holi
day pliitm-cc. We Intontl to
mako tho best. In our lino and
It takes tlmo to do It. Our
Christ in us orders nro coming1 in
fast and ns usual wo shall en
deavor to complete work in tho
order of tho sittings.
First Gome, First Served.
Don't put it off another day but
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The Marietta Picture Han.
When your purchases at my store
amount to S3 you arc entitled to an
order on J. W. King1, tho Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with $1.50 you will rcceivo Six of
Kind's Best I inished Cabinots and Ono
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
India Tint Mount.
This offer is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it
TUB JEWELER 1
NOTICE I have removed my stock
goods to No. 2S2 Front street
Periodical tickets glvon.
Hot Water Bottles.
We don't claim that the Es
quimo uses a hot wafer bottle
but ho 'would if we were run
ning a drug store in Green
land; because we would call
his attention to our complete
lino of these goods at bottom
prices. Wo are liable to have
some Arctic weather this
winter cold enough to make
people think they're on an
iceberg. It will oo a good
timo then to think of our hot
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St. Marietta, Ohio.
i $6,000 Worth of stack T?
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MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
TUESDAY. DEC. 10, ISOQ.
"PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Miss flora Richardson has been
visiting relatives nt Now Matamoras
and Clarington for Bevoral days.
Mr. J. W. Sturglss leaves this morn
ing for Indianapolis, Ind and other
western cities on a business srlp.
Juliet Grimes, youngest daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Grimes, foil
do.vn tho collar stairs last evening and
received a pretty bad cut on her head.
Several stitches wero required to closo
A very neat street podlder has been
on our streets for a few days past; and
his candor is something refreshing.
His first statement was to tho effect
that tho article ho offorcd was roally
not worth fifteon cents, but that ho
would sell for a dollar. And ho found
buyers a-plenty, ton.
Editor C. E. F. Miller, of Beverly,
was in the city Monday on business.
Tho residenco of Mr. E. It. Alder
man, on Fifth street, was entered by
unknown burglars Sunday night and
thproughly ransacked. No mombor of
tho family was at homo at tho tlma,
Mr. Alderman being in Cincinnati and
Mrs. Alderman being in Washington.
So far as yet learned, nothing of value
was taken, except a gold watch, but
other articles may turn up missing
when Mr. and Mrs. Alderman arrive
homo to investigate.
Tho paving on Fourth street neces
sitates lowering tho water mains be
tween Putnam and Scammel and the
work was begun Monday.
Tho funoral of Aaron Flanders, de
ceased, will occur this afternoon at
two o'clock, sun time, from tho resi
dence on Franklin street.
Tho Central District Printing and
Telegraph Company has issued invita
tions to its patrons and frionds to at
tend an exhibition of service oyer its
long distance lines connecting Mari
etta with the principal cities of the
East apd West, on Thursday, Nov. 17,
at the Marietta Club'rooms from 3 to fi.
Ladies are invited from 7 to 0 p. ra.
A pockctbook containing a small
amount of money was found on tho
street Monday. Owner may recover
sarao by calling at 1CU Front street and
A year or so ago an incorrigible
boy named Charles Rush was sent to
tho reform 'farm at Lancaster.
Through the efforts of his mother,
Mrs. Cunningham, ho was roleasod,
but is still so unmanageable that a
seeond affidavit lias been filed against
him in Probata Court..
Mrs. C. V. Holz has just recoived
ap elegant and well selected stock of
cut glass for Christmas trade. Sec it.
acverai successnu and unsuccess
ful attempts havo been mido recently
to burglarize houses in different por
tions of the city. Tho work is evident
ly being done by tramps who arc being
driven to cover by tho approach of cold
weather. A Httlo precaution in fast
ening doois and windows will go far
toward remedying the trouble.
At Columbus on Saturday it was
decided to hold the next annual Stato
meet of the Ohio Division, L. A. W.,
in that city on July 2, y and -1 next
- Miss Alice Wagner is confined to
her room with tho grippe,
Mrs. Wm. H. Kecser is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mr, h II. Chapln, at
The latest applicant for admission
to tho Ohio-West Virginia League, is
tho team from liollairo, O.
The Psi Gamma Delta Fraternity,
of tho College, havo given notice that
they havo surrendered their charter,
after an existence of !)3 years.
Miss Magglo Mahaffey roturned
homo to Cambridge Monday aftor a
visit with friends in this oitj'.
U. S. Commissioner li. E. Gnyton
and Harry Coggeshall wero at Parkers
burg Monday on business.
At tho next meeting of the Stato
Hoard an application will bo prosanted
for tho pardon of William Murnhv.
who was sent up for three years for
perjury in a suit which ho brought
against James Ridge, the tank builder.
Tho Mendelsslion concert given
last evening by tho Congregational
choir, under tho d'nection of Mr. Ilird,
was an artistic success. Tho numbers
wero woll selected ami well rendered,
Misses Wlllia Ward and Helen Cham
lain and Messrs. I!tnl and Gates taking
tho solo parts. Tho audience, though
not largo, was a well pleased ono.
Mr. W. C. Smith, an aged resident of
tho West Side, Is suffering from a
stroke of paralysis and is in a critical
llanns havo boon published in St.
Marys Catholic church for tho mar
riage of Miss Alico Gniry, daughter of
Mr. and Sirs. Anthony Garry, of this
city, and Mr. D. S. Haley, of I'fttsburg.
Ilouiu'ssoy Lo Roylc will appear at
tho Auditorium Christmas afternoon
and evening in "Other People's Money."
Mr. F, r, 'iegler, of Georgetown,
0 was tho guest of his brother, L. A.
Zlegler, over Sunday,
Loavo your order for fine groceries
with us. It will receive prompt at
tention. Goods delivered to any part
of tho cty. Whaiifp & Thomas,
188 Putnam St.
Itocordof John W. Athey has been
in-Columbus several days on business.
Common Pleas Court will resume
work today with tho caso of GUI ot nl
vs. Yestor at al, an oil suit involving
,lho payment of rental and right to sur
render leases. Ny o & Follett for plain
tiff and Way & Loomls for defendant.
The criminal docket will bo airain
taken' up Wednesday, with tho caso of
Ohio vs. Lindsay, Indicted for assault
and battery. This is tho caso which
grow out of tho strike of the moulders
at Nye's foundry.
Tho latest information from tho
bedsldo of Mrs. James Chamberlain at
Peoria, Ills., is that she has suffered a
relapse and is in an alarming condition.
There will bo a regular session of
Iluoll W. R, C. Tuesday evening, Dec.
15th. Evory'incmber is expected to bo
A marvel of cholco goods for Christ
mas at Mrs. C. W. Holz's, 2S0 Front St.
Harmar Lodgo No. 390 will meet
this Tuesday evening for election of
officers and payment of dues. Lot
thoro bo a full attendance.
The police received notico Monday
of 81,000 reward offered for tho arrest
of the man who murdered William
Schagel at Galllon, Ohio, December
10th. Tho murderer was a tramp five
fent eight inches in height, with smooth
face, light hair and moustache, , wear
ing dark clothes and a slouch hat. He
was about 32 years of ago and weighed
G. 11. Sunderland sold to Peter Voll
yesterday, tho Warren Coffey lot on
Maplo btrcot. Consideration, 8425.
Mr. Voll will build at once.
China for decorating. All sorts of
pretty things. S(eo them at Mrs. C. W.
Holz's, 2S0 Front St.
Took Out 2,000,000 Ilushcls A Good Jlrmt
Iiir Stugo In tho Ohio.
Nearly 2,000,000 bushels of coal wont
out of tho Pittsburg harbor on tho rise
that camo yesterday. The Ohio
roached a stage of in feet at an early
hour this morning and was still rising.
A fourteen-foot stago is expected be
fore it begins to fall. Tho riso is the
most favorable one, considering the
season, in recent years for tho ship
ment of coal. Nevertheless, tho run
will bo a bmall one. Over 5,000,000
bushels aro loaded ready to go out, but
not half of it will start. The boats
that shipped yesterday were all power
ful ones and took big tows in charge.
Somu of them will remain in tho South
ern trade until spring.
Tho following boats started in tho
afternoon : Tho W. W. O'NciJ. 0 bolts,
0 ilats, 1 barge ; John W. Atlcs, 5 boats ;
Nellie Walton, 5 boats, 1 flat ; Sam
Brown, 7 boats, 2 flats ; Chat lie Clark,
5 boats. Several of tho smaller steam
ers will assist in taking theso boats bo
low tho shoals and help the homeward
bound boata up the river with their
tows of empties.
The James Moren, Valiant, Joseph
li. Williams and Resolute will lcayo
this morning with tows averaging 250,
000 bushels each. The Sam lirown is
making her maiden trip. She is just
off tho way at Urownsvillc, having
been built on tho hull of tho old Sam
lirown, which was burned at Louisville
last spring. Pittsburg Times, 11th.
Send your address to II. E. Rucklon
& Co., Chicago, and got a free sample
box of Dr. King's Now Lifo Pills. A
trial will conviiuo you of their merits.
These pills aro easy in action and aro
particularly cfCcctivo in tho euro of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and Liver troubles they havo
been proved invaluable. They aro
guaranteed to bo perfectly freo from
oyory deleturious substance and to bo
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tono to
stomach nnd bowols greatly invigorate
tho system. Regular sizo '.'5c. per box.
Said by W. II. Styer. Druggist.
Mr. J. C. Saner, of. Marietta, has
leased about 2000 acres for oil and gas
in this neighborhood. It will be tested
within six months. Tho farmers gen
erally wore willing to lease in ordor to
havo tho territory tested.
Tho officers and executive committee
of tho Watertown Farmers' Institute
mctlast Saturday, the 5th inst., and a
yory good programme was made. It is
their aim to have a better Institutu
than has been formerly held. Gen.
Hearst and Hon. S. II. Todd will be tho
Mr. William Foss has junted nnd
moved onto tho J. K. Woodford farm,
uuu r. iJ.iym jsiircuen win occupy
Mr. Foss's home.
James' Robinson has romoved his
planing machlno to Elmjr McArcly's
and is dressing out a house pattern for
Mr. McGrew. ,
A reading clrclo will bo organized
hero next SaJUrday ovening.
Tho Ladies Cemetery Association of
Watertown gayoa colonial supper last
Saturday ovening which wosu very en
joyable affair, Tho members should
receive much credit for tho work thoy
aro dolug toward tho vlllago cemotory.
Mr. D. Martin has moved onto his
little farm on tho Muriotta road.
Mr. Chris. Lcibrund lost a good horse
by death a few days since.
,..'f account, of the Christmas and Now Year
Iloltdoya too 0. & M. Ity. will sell excursion
tickets to all points within tho territory of ihe
Central Passenger Commlttu at rato of ono
and ono-thlrd the nrst-class limited faro for the
round t( In. Tickets will be sold and good go
ing Dec 21, J6 und 81 und .Km. 1, good rotnrn
lng until Jan 4, For further Information call
on 0. & M. Hy. ticket agents or address E. W.,
Page, O. P. A., Cambridge. '
If vou couId"Took
'ahead a few inontha
and see what waa
ccming from those
spells of weakness,
los3 of appetite,
wasting of flesh
and energy you
wouldn't wait for
disease to get a
grip on you. You
would begin riijlit
away to tone up
with Dr. Pierpe'.l
( LOOKING AHEAD. Golden Medical
Discovery. It doesn't work miracles;
but it does what other medicine can't do
and what doctors say can't be done un
til they see it done right under their noses
it cures consumption. Not always ; to
py that would be nu exaggeration, but
in a large majority of cases ; in advanced
coses which have been given up as hope
less. The " Disoovery " is not called a consumption-cure
; it in n blood-maker It
gives energy to the blood-making organs
to create new blood, full of healthy red
corpuscles. Thisi rapid supply of pure,
rich, rert blood drives out all diseases that
have their roots in the blood : Consump
tion is one of these ; scrofula, malaria,
eczema, erysipelas, catarrh are others.
It i3 absurd to doctor them separately as
lung, or skin, or head diseases. They
must be driven out of the blood. You
can rely on the "Golden Medical Dis
covery " to do this every time.
It is not a patent medicine. It is the
perfected result of 30 years, practical ex
perience by one of the most-skillful phy
sicians nnd eminent medical authorities
in this country: Dr. R. V. Pierce, Chief
Consulting Physician to the Invalids' Ho
tel and Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's 1008 pag-e boot, "The People's
CommomSeiue Medical Adviser," reached the
enormous sale of 680,000 copies at $1.50 each.
This enormous sale having paid him a fair profit
on the great amount of labor and money ex
pended in producing It, he Is now giving away
absolutely free 500,000 copies, the recipient only
being required to mall to him, at the above Instf
tutlon, si-one-cent stamps to cover cost of mall.
ins: only, and the book will be sent post-paid.
"I'etlc, what are you doing up in that
tree?" asked the gnrdener, as a thunder
shower wps approching.
"Pa told mo that during a storm I
should never stand under a tree." Flic
53yFOIt b.VLK. A liouso of six looms;
auu a lino half lot on upper front street. Cill
on or addresi IIckuv Lkonaiw,
White's Uoail. Between l'lftli and Sixth near
Putnam, Marietta, Ohio.
fS-Wllllam S. Hell, ilxrort riano Tmu-r
J-eavo oiders at ISlumo's Jewelry Store, ;2
ee-roil SAL!:. Band In tho rlvor bank,
2,l miles tkissJdonf Wattrford. J:n(iulie of
31, H. IIaut, 21 Second Stieet.
It;al r.statu Agent.
JKVDoyou want a home? If so, I can flv
you out. Tjofi to soil on easy monthly pay
ments. Deslrablo houses at low prices and
easy terms. Farm lands in four states.
Timber lands, mining lamia and oil territoiy.
Monoy always 0:1 hand to loan. J'ersons do.
slrous of Investing money safely on first mort
gages aro Invited tocoi respond.
J L. GUYTON,
Room 10, Law Ilr.ildlnc,
pyWho wanta to mako a ntca Christmas
Gift of a Piano ? Wo handlo the Knabo, Ilehr
1'ros.. Voo & Sons Pianos, and wo can sell
them as cheap as any l'irm on earth.
tl.Dec.2Sth. 427 Second 3tieet.
CyGet prices on door and window screens
from A. O. Wcndelkea, comer Mulberry and
Poplar streets. Xov21th.-tf.
5fJ""Wo havo a nice Upright i'lano, becond
hand, in lino condition. At a bargain.
Fitim. Isii.M.t., 12" second Street.
CSTMonev to Loan. Apply at. Itoom S,
Mills Unlldlng, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
KBTORSALi: 23 Lots on Emerson ireiirhtB
sub-dtvi-ion and six ucira adjoining Corn, line
at low prices and easy terms.
aoKoMduicu properties In tho city for eala
on easy terms
Farm In Decatur township for sale nv ex
change, r.umin Wood Co., V. Va , for salo
Two now houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call nnd sue us if wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil looses for hale.
WAUIl & Stohe,
J 5 Second ritreat.
ffiy-VOr. .-ALi:-A lino residence of 12
roanswllh all Improvements and lot loxlM)
icdi. uu i ma Mi-eei, near wonstor. SU.50i0
Some desirable front lot.son Vain low Heights.
Lota on feventh street from 8:!C0 to Sloo. A 8
room new house on Sixth stuet. near Putnam
$2,100. A business front ot 20 feet on Second
street below Putnam. A 7 room houso on
J-ourth street, near Washington, with lot
xl&o feet, c2u0u,
,,,, ... '. A. I'MISJFIl & SOS.
Mills llulldint?, Ca-ner Putnam and steond
Notico of Application for I'nnloii.
Notico Is hereby given that William ip
Murphy, convicted of thu crime of Per j my, at
tho October teiia of tho Common Ploa Court
of Washington (xwuty. A, u. iwj. and
sentenced to confinement in the Peultentlaiy
for tho period of three j ears, will, on Thurs
day, January 14th. 1MI7, belug the flrst Thius
day ulter tho second Monday In January of
jaid year, mako nu application to tho sltato
Uoaid or Pardons, for a paidon.
. . r, .... William II. Mbiipky.
Dated Dee. nth, lmn.
GEO. ETnECKEIt. HSMIY STItUCREl-
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Tube Expanders. Special attention tclien to
repairing Hollers In tho oil tlelds. Wo employ
none but the best mechanics In this line,
give us atrial wo know we can please you
Ofnco and works on West Side.
What a world of Ribbons are wanted these
Christmas Times. Most
-AM we have said about Ribbons is eauallv
A fresh lot, just opened, makes the assort
ment complete. Come to the fountain head
for Ribbons and Laces.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
WE DESIRE TO SAY
That our magnificent
the Holiday trade has arrived and we cordially
invite anyone wishing to secure something
EXTRA FME for a VERY LOW PRICE to call
and make a selection from the most extensive
assortment ever brought to this citv. Samoles
of the above on exhibition in show window.
A GOOD VARIETY
of holiday goods bought last week are begin
ning to come in. COME AND SEE THEM.'
1 72 Front Street.
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I Ladies' Gapes
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Our stoclf. of Ladies' Oapes and Jackets must bo reduced fl
before wo invoice. Wo havo cut f ho ptico of every Capo and hi
Jacket in our stock. Nothing reserved. For the convenience
oi customers wo havo arranged thorn on tables as follows- ft
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u j Contains .Tnokots worth
g J $22.00, $13.50, t
g 4 $15.00, '
j $18.00, $20.00. I-
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1 Table No.
j Contains Jackets wortli
1 $5.00, $6.00
"f Your choice of anv Jacket
J on the
WHOLESALE, Putnam Street.
Special prices in all departments from now till Christmas,
every, pretty thing you
make needs some Ribbon
to complete it. Of course
the best chance to find
just the thing you want is
at "Turner's." The very
best quality is here, and
the cheaper grades, too.
We have a good assort
ment of cheap Satin Rib
bons (all silk) bought es
pecially for the Christmas
stock of Umbrellas for
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j Table Ho. 2 f
j Contains Jaehuts worth
1 $7,513, ' $8.00, I
j $10,00, $H.00. I-
4 Your choice of any Jacket f-
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