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NOW . , , ,
Is the Umo to sit fur your Uoli-,
day philurej.( -Y" H -Intend to'
mako'tho beqt lit oin 1luo and
ft takes' time U) do it'. Our
Christmas orders uro coniln in
list and an u&unl avo hIiiiII en
donvor to complnln work in ,tlio
order of the slttitifja.
First Come, First Served.
Don't put itolf another duvliut
The Marietta Picture Man.
Here's ifloM Sire
Vhen your purchases at my store
amount to f3 you arc entitled to an
order on J. V. King, the Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with $1.50 you will receive Six of
Kind's Uest finished Cablnots and One
Steel Engravinff Photograph on an
India Tint Mount
This ofTcr is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it.
THE JEWELER !
NOTICE I have removed my stock of
goods to No. 252 Front street.
Periodical tickets given.
Mot Water Bottles.
We don't claim that the Es
quimo uses a hot water bottle
but ho would if we were run
ning a drug store in Green
land; because wo would call
his attention to our complete
line of these goods nt bottom
prices. We are liable to have
some Arctic weather this
winter cold enough to make
people think they're on an
iceberg. It will 00 a'good
time then to think of our hot
Putnam Street Pharmacy
12-1 Putnam St. Murietta, Ohio.
$6,000 Worth of stock
Still on Hand.
What can we
do to get
rid ot it
25, 30 and 32 cents
on the dollar.
Regardless of cos t,
every dollar's worth of
stock must be sold before
the first of the year.
Sulzbacher old, Btand,
188 Front st., Marietta.
1 Imm 1, 11 1
1 Sluing u in the Face.
MARIETTA DAILY LBADEfR
WEDNESDAY. DEC. 23, 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
"Prpf." Olessner was fined ?10 and
costs Tuesday for drunkenness and dis
orderly conduct. Dona Whltohead,
thu Parkcrsbur'p woman(who was with
him when tlyy wore arrested, was
fined $5 and .costs and chnscd out of
China for decorating. All sorU of
pretty thing"). See them at Mrs. C. W.
Holz's, 2S0 Front St.
"Mrs. Alice Mollor, of lleverlv, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rose.
Senator Chas. S. Dana left Tues
day on u visit of a week to Philadel
phia. J. V. Wells & Co , Greene streot,
have always on hand a fresh, clean
stock of groceiies.
Mr. G. V. Lane, the Greene Rtreet
plumber who recently removed his
family from Martins Ferry to this city,
mot with a painful accident Tuesday,
as a result of which he will bo laid up
for some time. While riding his bi
cycle on Front streot, ho slipped and
fell heavily on the pavement, breaking
his loft leg abovo tho ankle. The frac
turowas reduced by Dr. Cunningham
and the injured man was taken to his
homo on tho West Side.
The Watertown M. E. social will
meet in J. L. Schweikert's Hall New
Year's Day and evening. All are in
vited. Mr. Morris Luclis wishes tho poor
children of the city a Merry Christmas,
and if thoy will go to tho Sunday
School rooms of tho Episcopal church,
Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, each
child will receive a bag of candy.
Tho millinery stock of Lizzie Bisz
antz & Co. has been purchased by Mrs.
F. 1$. Moore, of Sistersville.
Tho first of the series of sacred con
certs to bo given at 'tho Auditorium by
tho Marietta orchestra will occur one
week from next Sunday.
Conductor Mike Layolle. of tho 7..
& O. R., has returned from Hot Springs,
where ho has been receiving treatment
for rheumatism. He is much inv
proved in health.
A high class attraction at the Aud
itorium Christmas nfternoon and eve
ning. Harmar Circle No. 258 Protected
Home Circle elected officers Monday
night as follows: Local Deputy, Geo.
Stork; President, Douglas Pfnff; Vice
President, Mrs. Sarah J. Moore; Guar
dian, Mrs. Rosa McCoy Lcady; Secre
tary, W. Pearl Brabham; Accountant,
H. S. Taylor; Treasurer, Hugh E. Hen
nis; Chaplain, Lesley G. Athoy; Guide,
Phil. Spies; Compinion, Mrs. Hannah
Knox; Portey, F. M. Hesson; Watch
man, T. II. Sugclen; Trustee for three
years, J. A. Stoadman.
Oilman Avenue M. E. Sunday
School will give their annual Christ
mas entertainment and treat, 1 hurs-
day evening, December 24th, at 7
o'clock. Santa Claus and wife will bo
Uurlingame Chapter No. 54b9, of
Oilman Avenue M. E. church, elected
now officers, to servo six months, as
follows: President, ,T. Ii. Schnaufcr;
1st Vice President, M. M. Dearth; 2d
Vice President, Winnie Walters; 3d
Vice President. Dr. W. A. Stanley; 4th
Vice President, Mrs. A. G. Prentice;
Jr. E. L. Supt, Mary Bauer; Organist,
Mrs. Chas. Stoadman; Secretary, Ger
tie Walters; Treasurer, L. S. Dunbar.
For fresh meats, groceries and pro
duco call on J. W. Wells & Co., Greene
Tho meeting of the Board of Infirm
ary Directors will be held this weok,
on Saturday instead of Friday, because
On Monday. Tuesday and Wednes
day, of next week, the Ohio Music
Teachers' Association will meet at Del
aware, and a most attractive program
has been arranged. Marietta will bo
represented by Mr. James Bird, who is
slated for two papers, ono on "voice
culture," tho other on "Work of tho
First Two Years in Schools."
Tho African M. E. church. Third
streot, has secured for this Wednesday
evening Unlto, tho wonderful Austra
lian slngor, who will give an enter
tainment of song. Ho is said to bo a
singer well worth heariug. Admission
Mrs. C. W. HoU has just recolvcd
an elegant and well selected stock of
cut glass for Christmas trade. See it.
Wo arc Informed that ti now in
surance and real cstato firm will be
opened in this city in a few days, with
Mr. A. F. Colo at the head of It.
Tho streot paving on tho square
on Fourth streot "between Scatnmol and
Putnam is about half completed and
with good weather Contractor Berry
will finish tho job in a few days.
In Probate Court Tuesday Mr.
Simon F. Pearce, of Barlow township,
filed a deed of assignment to W. II.
Tho steam laundry was shut down
Monday and Tuesday as a result
of a fiue blowing out of tho boiler.
Tho damage was repaired Tuesday af
ternoon and tho force worked all night
catching up with tho business.
Reserved BeatB on salo for ''Other
People's Money" this morning at tho
Marietta Book Store.
Born, in this eltr. Thursday, Dca
22d, id'Mr. and Mrs. James Dyar) north
Third streot, a fine son.
At tho meoting of Council' Tuesday
evening Mr, J. C. Bronan stated ,that
Englnoer Folkol and Mr. Jutte, tho
promoter of the Ohio Rlvor bridge, en
terprise, would arrive hero next week
and bo in attendanco at tho Council
meoting to unfold thoir plans and spec
ify definitely tho franchise thoy desire.
D. II. Buell returned Tuesday eve
ning from New York City.
A marvel of cliolco goods for Christ
mas at Mrs. C. W. Holz's. 2S0 Front St.
As a result of tho labors of Mr. J.
J. Fultz, who has been visiting with
tho brothers of Marietta Ledge, An
cient Order of, United Workmen for the
pisttwo weeks, thero has been so
cure.) u lnrgn class of entrants, who
will bo Introduced into tho said order
on next Monday eyenlng. The class
includes many of Marietta's, lending
and influential citizens.
The Nyo Hardware Co aro dis
nlaviuir in their window a lino lino of
Chaffing Dishes, also Baking Dishes
Forti-no Teller Mme. Clair, lifo
reading clairvoyant, of Now York,
widely known in fourteen states, fif
teenth year In business, is now at
Johnston's boaiding house. Third
street, next door to school building.
Clean, fresh meats and groceries at
J. W. Wells & Co.'s, Greeno street.
In ono thing, at least, Parkorsburg
haB tho best of us, and that is in their
courthouse. Tho Sentinel says: Busi
ness is getting at little slnck In circuit
court and the pago ihllos away his idlo
houri by chasing mico around and under
the clerk's desk and under tho jury box
whoro tho littlo rodents hnvo buildcd
thom a eory nost. He nlso finds bed
bugs and various othor sorts of vormin
iu tho Raino haunted regions. In fact
judgo and jurv and all othor attaches
aro becoming disgusted with tho condi
tion of the old court houso and do not
hesitate to oxpioss their opinions con
cerning the same. To bo suro tho placo
was scrublo'l thoroughly tho othor day
but that didn't get rid of tho objoction
ahlo animal Ilia which swarms iu tho
cracks audeionniesol tho ancient build
ing. Marietta Hose Co will give a dance
in tho "Tower Room" of the City Hall
building Thursday evening, tho 24th,
Christmas Live. All aro cordially in
vited. Good music and good order.
Parkcrsburg is after tho location of
a branch of tho Boyd, Morrison Tool
Company, manufacturers of drilling
and fishing tools. After tho company
finds that everybody in Parkcrsburg
wants a fabulous price for real estate,
they aro invited to coino to Marietta
and locate, ns did the Boiler Works.
The rpfincd comedy, "Other Peo
ple's Money," Auditotium, Christmas
afternoon und night
HAS INHERITED A FORTUNE
thu Death of ii n Uncle A Itler I'nRl-
uuer Mtiiln ltlcli.
I'AliKKitsnuito, W. Va., Dec. 22. Har
ly last summer James A. Wilson, tho
well known river engineer, of Belpre,
received word from Columbus, Ind.,
that his uncle, James II. Wilson, had
died very suddenly. Nothing was
thought of this particularly as Mr. Wil.
son had not seen his undo since boy
hood. A few days ago ho again received
news which tended to put him in the
best of spirits. The letter btated that
the dead undo had left an estate valued
at ?30.400 but hail left no will. Mr.
Wilson at onco put tho matter in tho
hands ot an attorney and it has now
been ascertained that he is the closest
relative and will therefore got tho
property. As tho wheels of tho Indiana
courts grind slowly ho will probably
not get his money before tho middle of
next year. It has been learned that
59,400 of tho property is in gold and
tho remainder consists of stocks and
Tho deceased had nover married and
nono of his relatives had known any
thing of him for years. The heir to
the money is well known in rivor circles
in this city having run on all of tho
boats in tho local trade. Ho is a hard
working old boldlcr and tho fortune
which ho now conies into possession of
will enable him to end his days in
peace and plonty.
When buying canned corn, demand
"Superior" brand, and you will enjoy
the best I
Walt for Us.
On or about tho first of the new year
wo will onen out in tho now Best build
ing, on Oreeno street, ono of tho finest
stocks of electrical supplies, brackets,
chandeliers, fancy globes, heaters,
stoves, bolls, burglar alarms, etc., etc.,
In tlm stnto of Ohio. Wo will 'bo pre
pared to furnish estimates on all kinds
of electrical work and are ready to put
in anything from a full private systom
to a door boll. Nonk hut i-itAcriCAr,
Costi: & Fi.oitr.v.
The Munsey Magazine
at $ 1 .00 a year,
and ANY TWO ol tho following
dollar Magazines at tho CLUB
PRICE of $1,05 a year Mc
Olure's, Peterson's, Godey's, Ar
gosy and Cosmopolitan.
This offer good for this week only,
Geo. H. Eells. Jr.,
210 ?ron tfe trcjjt , tower Arch.
Every Why Has a Whoroforo and
TIs Well to Look for itatTlmos.
In these days people wunt to know
Whys nud wherefores.
The 10th ceuturv U u natural skeptic.
The why and wherofore of such is
Ilu reads statements of supposed
Ho. is told thut evMry ullmuntof man
kind can bo cured.
He lius an ullinunt and tries somu
It fulls; he tries another with tho
Ml il o loalllt.
Such experiences make him look ask
ance at future claims.
Often the fault Is his, but ho don't
He may liayo ii backache or perhaps
ti lame or weak back.
Ilu used plaster or llniinerts, they
ruliuved him for a time, but failed to
cure thu trouble
This is his fault; the why is that ho
did no', know the whuiofoiu of his
Had ho kujwn that the kidneys were
tho c luse.
That backache, generally means kid
That the kidneys must filter tho
That failure to do so immediately af'
fpcts tho back.
That backache is only the first step
toward many kidney disorders.
Uiinary tioubles iollow.
Retention of urine.
Diabetes Bright's disease.
Doan's Kidney Pills are positively
specific for all kidney complaints.
The aching back has no greater ene
my than Doan's Kidney Pills not in
jurious to the most delicate constitu
tion. Do not act on tho bowels, but
direct on the kindeys. For sale by all
dealers. Price B0 conts per box, or six
boxes for ?2.C0. Sent by mail on re
ceipt of price by Foster-Milburn Co.,
BuiTalo, N. Y., solo agonts for tho
Hiiclclcii'iiAm cu Salvo
Thf Best Halve In tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, Soros, Ulcers, Salt
Khum, Fover Soros, Totter, Chapped
Hands, OhllblHhiH, rorn, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively ouros Piles
or no pav required. It is giinruntnncl to
Rive porloct satisfaction, or monnv rfi
fundod. Prico 2S conts ppr liox
fc'nr mhIm hv V M tvot
JSTTOK RKNT-SK room house, 712 bee
ond street. Call at premises
IWWANTEU TO KUNT. A house of four
or Ho looms. Address Wirt Dye. care Mari
etta Mfg. Co Dec22 3ts.
ISTFOll SALK. A houso of sit rooms:
and a line hilt lot on upper Front street, Call
on or address Hfniiv I.eonauii,
hlto's fto.id. lietneen 11 th and Sixth near
Putnam, ilailetta, Ohio
tSTWlllIam b. Fell. IZxpeit 1'lano Tuner.
Leae orders at llluniu's Jewelry Store, 252
"35" Do you want a home" If so, I can 11
you out. Lots to sell on easy monthly pay
ments. Deslrablo houses nt low prices and
easy terms Inrm lauds In four 3tates.
Timber lauds, mining lands and oil territory.
Money always on hand to loan, l'ersons dc.
slrous of imestlng money hafely on first mort
gages aro Invited to correspond.
J 1, Guyton,
Room 10, Law Building,
E2T"'ho wants to iiulte a nice Christmas
Gift of a Piano ' Wo handlo the Knabc, liehr
Uros., Vose & Sous I'lanos, and wo can sell
them as cheap as any l'lrm on earth.
tl,Dec.25th 232 Front Street.
Say-Got prices on door and window screens
from A. C. Wendelken, corner Mulberry and
Poplar streets Nov 24th -tf.
j&3tf"W'o have a nice Upright Piano, second
hand, in lino condition. At a bargain.
Fiikd Israel, 427 becond Stieet.
S?-Monky to Loan. Apply at Room 8,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
nSTFORSALC 25 Lots on Emerson Heights
sub division and six acres adjoining Corp. line
at low prices and easy terms.
20 Residence properties In the city for sale
op easy terms
Farm In Decatur township for sale or ex
change. Farm In Wood Co., W. Va , for sale
Tw o new houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and see us If wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil leases for sale.
Waiib & Stone,
2'5 Second Street.
FOIt RALE A fine residence of 12
rooms with all Improvements and lot noxiso
feet on Fifth street, near Wooster. J0.5000
Some desirable front lotson Falr lew Heights.
Lots on Seventh street from $300 to 8100. A S
room new house on Sixth street, near Putnam
92,100. A business front of 20 feet on Second
street below Putnam. A " room houso on
Fourth street, near Washington, with lot 15
X1S0 feet, 12500.
J. A. Plumer & Son.
Mills Building, Corner Putnam und Second
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE!
Fine property and vacant lots in all
parts of the city at a bargain.
SEVERAL FARMS FOR SALE.
A SO room hotel and livery stable, located on
me corner oi aiapio street ana unman avenue,
nue of the best locations In West Marietta. A
bargain. Also a line two story brick with two
goou uusiness rooms anu noiei comumen lo
cated close to lallroad bridge on Maple streot.
Call and seo mo at No. 231 Second St.
G. B. SUNDERLAND,
Opp. Union Depot. Marietta, Ohio
200 vacant lots for sale on
1MMI & LIPPL
Fruit Dealers. .
Wo cordially invito you to call and
inspect our endless variety of mi:ed
candies and nuts suitable for church
and school entertainments, which svo
otter at wholesale tigures. uon't lall
to gotour prices before buying.
A carload of bananas just recolved;
albo a flno lot of other fruits. Candies
from 5 cents per pound, up.
MAGNANI & LIPPI,
Putnam street, Marietta, O.
Giiristmas Just Around Tlie Comer. ,
It is really time to be
buy better from a great
helptui o be waited on
here, but none too many for the thousands of
customers. More beauty and better money's
worth than ever.
Great selling of Kid Gloves. Complete lines
of regular styles and some choice novelties.
Kid Gloves and Kid Mittens for children, Kid
Gloves and Warm Gloves for gentlemen.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
i i it r , ;i rra r-sw icaci.: v , r-r
There Is !N"o More
Desirable Christmas present for a lady than a pair of Good Kid
WE HAVE THEM NOW IN STOCK a full assortment of all
Shades and Sizes, of the Celebrated Foster, Paul & Company's make,
which are known in this country and Europe to be superior in every
respect to all others. Have been the solo agents of this Company
in Washington County for the past twenty years, and the thousands
of piirs wo have sold in this time should be satisfactory evidence of
their popularity. For style, quality and price they have no equal
in tho market. Every pair is guaranteed to give satiafaction or
money refunded. TRY THEM.
Our store is crowded with the greatest variety of articles suita
ble for Holiday presents, and we invite EVERYBODY to come in
and see how well prepared we are to meet the wants of all customers.
Tickets will bo given in return for all cash purchases which
amount to a liberal discount. Ask for them.
CHAS- JONES, 173 Front Street.
n a tmj j luiiiuui
jj Brush anti Comb
And many other articles ap
propriate for Xraas gifts.
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
"Weirlo Periodical Tickets with
ni cash purchases when asked for. In
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Nat Stylish Work. Satis
Still In the Lead
Mantels, Tiles & Grates.
Several large shipments of Tile iust received; and a full
lino of 3as Stoves and Gas Fire-places of all kinds al
ways on hand.
A large lot of Frame Moulding which wo will bo pleased
to show to 3 on. Just pall and see our line. i
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third Street, Marietta, Ohio
in a hurry. You can
stock and it is very
by experienced sales
people. Such are the conditions
he-e hence the crowds. If in
Everybody wants handker
no lady has enough kid gloves,
and thousands of handerchiefs
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St ,
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Hank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA,
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.