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Iwjthe tttno to Bit for your llolt
diiy 'pltitliresl M'e intond to
m'atto tlio bes$. in our lino and
lb- talcestimo tp do It. Our
Christmas orders tiro coming1 In
fast rind tin usual wo shall en
deavor to complete tvorlt'ln tho
order-of tho sittings.
First Some, First Served.
Don't put it off another day but
The Marietta Picture Wan.
AVlien your purchases at my store
amount to 'i you are entitled to an
order on J. W. King, tho Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
with $1.50 you will rccolve Six of
King's liest lnnislictl Uabinots ana ono
Steel Engraving Photograph on an
This offer is for a Limited Time.
Take advantage of it.
THE JEWELER I
NOTICE h have removed my stock of
goods to No. 252 Front street.
Periodical tickets given.
Hot Water Bottles:
We don't claim that-tho Es
quimo uses a hot wafer bottle
but he -would if wo were run
ning a drug storo in Green
land; because wo would call
his attention to our complete
lino of Iheso goods at bottom
prices. We are liable to have
somo Arctic weather this
winter cold enough io make
people think they're on an
iceberg. It will oo a good
time then to think of our hot
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St. Marietta, Ohio.
Iihj i sy
Mw us in ife
$6.GQ0 Worili ofstick &
Still on Hand.
What can we
do to get
rid ot it
25, 30 and 32 cents
on tho dollar.
Regardless of cost,
ovory dollar's worth of
stock must bo sold before
tho first of the year,
Sulzbachor old stand,
188 Front st., Marietta.
1 Iway !
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
WEDNESDAY, DEC. IO, I COO
"personal and local
Mrs. Mary Pucker, of Biverly, is
tho guest of her daughter, Mrs. V. M.
Dearth, West Side.
The time of Common PlcasCourt whs
occupied Tuesday with tho oil caso of
QUI vs. Yester. Tho testimony va3 all
talton and Court adjourned to today.
Clerk of Courts McViiy receivedi
Tuesday from tho attorneys of Miiudc
villo and others, who were defendants
in tho suit brought DIarca Dye, tho
sum of $5701, being tho amount of
judgment, with interest and costs,
awarded to tho plaintiff. This is tho
end of tho case, tho Suproino Court
having affirmed tho decision of Judge
Tho concert lust evening at tho
Harmar Congregational church given
by the II, U Theis Club wa3 well at
tended considering the inclement
weather aud was a musical treat.
In Common Pleas Court Tuesday
suit was filed by Nvo aud Ambler,
Trustees, to foreclose a mortgage
against tho Marietta Streot Railway
Sheriff-elect McCalllstcr was
"sworn in" by Clerk McVay Tuesday
and will nssumo the duties of his olllco
on. the first Monday in January. As
the Commissioners do not meet again
before that date Mr. -McCallistor, pre
sented his bond in the sum of $35,000,
which was approved',' 'at the session
In Probato Court Tuesday a mar
riage license was Issued to Robert A.
Norris, of Woodsfiold, and Julia Moore,
of New Matamoras.
The report reached Marietta Tues
day of a serious accident which befell
Mr. G. S. king near Stafford. While
hunting his gun exploded, lacerating
his right arm in a frightful manner and
The balance of tho machinery and
equipment of tho Marietta Electric
Company is expected to arrive at any
time within a few days and the buzz of
tl.o trolley will soon bo a grateful
sound on the streets. Long may blio
Mrs. C. V. IIolz has just received
an elegant and well selected stock of
cut glass for Christmas trade. Sec it.
It is definitely settled that tho new
Ohio-West Virginia basoball league
will be composed of but four clubs
Marietta, I'arkersburg, Zanesyillc and
Canal Dover. Tho Marietta manage
ment are actively at work after players
and a part pf the personnel of the home
team will be announced in a few days.
Fourteen tramps were looked up
by the police daring Monday night,
ten of them having been taken from
Cislor's brick yard, which has come to
be a sort of Mecca for tho Wandering
Willies on account of tho warmth to
The remains, of Mr. Charles Ser
geant, who died of stomach trouble at
Ravenswoqd, were brought to his old
home at Iielpro Tuesday for burial.
The funeral was conducted by the Odd
Fellows Lodge, of which ho was a
The time during which quails may
bo killed in Ohio expired Tuesday, the
The cold ruin of Tue&dny night,
with tho slight snow which fell, was a
forcible hint as to what we may expect
from now on at the hands of Old Win
Mrs. .1. F. Peters has returned homo
from East Liverpool where she was
called several days ago by the death of
her brother, Jacob T. King.
L. P. Dunsmore, au aged resident of
Fairfield, died on Monday. lie was in
his S7th year.
Mrs. Charles II. Shaofer has re
turned from a visit with relatives in
Marietta. She was accompanied by
her sister, Mrs. Lynn Uerln, and tho
latter's daughter, Miss Ettio, who will
visit Mrs. Schncfer until after Christ
mas Jim Shay, of Marietta, was in
the city last night on his way to Ritchio
county to locato a well on tho J. D.
Lacy farm on Honda creok. Tho loca
tion is a rank wild cat and is about live
miles scuth of tho Hebron field. Park
The sixteenth annual meeting .of
the Ohio Music Teachers' association'
will bo held in Delaware, Ohio, Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday, Decem
ber 28, 29 aud SO.
Tho Sheriff-elect of Union county, a
Mr. Robinson, spent 5115,50 for eloctiou
expenses, which was 515.50 more than
ho wn3 allowed to spend under tho Gar
field Law, and now he is defendant in
a suit to prevent him taking tho office.
Mr. L, 0. Doming, of Watertown,
was in tho city Tuesday, onroute to
Tampa, Florida, where ho will bjieud
Loavo your ordor for fine groceries
with ns. It will recclvo prompt at
tention. Hoods dolivered to any part
of thu city. WjiahW & Thomas,
1SS Putnam St.
O. U. Sunderland sold a lot in tho
Ohio Valley Subdivision, yesterday, to
L. M. Kigglns, who expects to build.
Mr. Nelson Mooro bought tho Pres
byterian church property Tuesday, for
tho sum of ?4,000. This, of course, ro
fcrs to the old chnroh, and the lot on
which it stands 80 by 00 feet
Mrs. D. II." Duoll will enlortaln'Jat
cards tomorrow aftornoon.-
Mr. F. a Tomploton, of Now York,
an experienced man in the business of
rofln'ing oils, has. been engaged by tho
Anj.ind Refining Co. to superintend tho
nffairs of tho refluory.
Officers for tho eustiing year have
been elected by -American Union Lodgo
No. 1, V. and A. M., as follows : W. L.
Kerns, W. M. ; L. H McVay, P. W. ;
J. a Brcnan, J. W. ; C. F. Henry, S.
D. ; Nahum Bcrgon, J. D. ; J. W. Stur
giss, Socrotary ; David Wagner, Treas
urer ; James Whiffing, Tyler ; George
Eycsson and W. P. Mason, Stewards.
D A marvel of choice goods for Christ
mas at Mrs. C. U. liolz's, 2S0 Front St
Mrs. C. R. Rhodes entertained the
Senior Reading Club Tuesday evening.
Tho colored brothron of tho A- M.
E. church, Third btreet, have bcon
much benefitted by tho recent visit of
Uishop U. F. Lee. Tho congregation
hopes to clear tho church of debt, and
nt a late meeting $38 was pledged.
W. J. MeGraw was injured, per
haps fatally, at Eureka. W. Va., on
Tuesday morning. Tho gas under a
boiler in his charge went out, and Me
Graw lighted it, with tho result that a
tremendous explosion occurred. The
front wall of tho fire box was blown
out and struck MeGraw with such force
as to injure him most seriously. Dr.
Willis waScalled, and werit up at once
to administer tp his, needs.
Daniel Ilanncn, a well known oil
man of this city, was arrested nt Pdrk
ersburg Tuesday on a warrant sworn
out by Detective 'Mehcn.. The charge
is the larceny of a note amounting to
S200, and alleged to hayo been stolen
in Pittsburg last fall. Ilanncn ap
peared bofore 'Squiro Beckwith, who
released him on bait
Mrs. W. G. Wcrneeke, of Uarrlotts
ville, was in the eity Tuesday.
Wo understand that tho Eev. Mr.
Nichol has accepted tho call to become
pastor of the First Congregational
Miss Mario Uuoll is expected to re
turn home the first of next week. She
has been touting in the West with the
Mr. Adam Gross, of Elba, who has
been qulto ill for somo time past, is on
the road to recovery.
The Ladies of tho Oilman Avenue
M. E. Church will give a Chicken Pie
Slipper on Thursday evening, Decem
ber 17th, in the chinch p.nlors. In
connection thoro will be a sale of fancy
and usefdl articles. Price of supper
will be 15 cents, with ice cream and
ctlto uxtia. Good music and a line
focialtime expected. Everybody wel
come. ' China for decorating. All sort3 of
pretty thiugs, vSge them at Mrs. C. W.
J tola's-, 2SG Front St.
When buying canned corn, demand
"Superior" brand, and yuu will enjoy
Hngltiu ,4lavn Jlo.is."
In remembrance of Engineer Dave
Rois, deceased, the Ohio RiyerRaihoad
Company have just turned his engino
out of the shops an entiiely new engine
from pilot to tank, bho has been fitted
up equal to any engine now in use by
any of the trunk lines. Tho number
of this piece of machicery is 17, and on
the cab, just uudur tlio engineer's arm
rest, the name of D.ive Ross appears in
three-inch silver letter?. A new bell
aud whistle aro among tho many new
thingb, and they aro both of. a different
sound from the other engines. "Dutch"
Augustine will havo charge of her, and
no bjtter man could have been selected
to keep her in good order, and "Dutch"
knows u thing or two about running,
too. Sho made hor flist trip yesterday,
coming in on tho local. Wheeling
Send your address to II. K. ISucklou
& Co., Chicago, and got a free sample
box ot' Dr. King's Xoiv Life Tills. A
trial will convineo you of their merits.
These pills aro easy in action and are
particularly effective in tho euro of
Coustipatiou and fcick Headache. For
IMalariti and Liver tioubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly freo from
eyerv deleterious substance and to be
purely vegetable. They do not weaken
by their action, but by giving tone to
stimaeh and bowels greatly invigorate
tho system. Regular sue 'Jric. per box.
Sold by XV. II. btyer. Druggist.
!n Tho Oil Fields.
Tioua 1 o:i
No weahlle ; 74
North Lima ., 03
South Lima '. AS
Indiana.., , SS
Tho Union Oil Company is erecting a
rig to drill a well on tho farm of Jirad
loy Swan on tho Ohio river about ono
mile aboyo HockingporU Tho Com
pany has sovcral thousand acres' under
lease in that vicinity.
Your Boy Wont Llvo a M onth.
So Mr. Gilman llrown, of Cl Mill St.,
South tjardnor, Mass., was told by tho
doctors. His son hud Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malariu, and ho
spent three hundred and hoyonty-fiyo
dollars with doctors, who finally gavn
him up, saying: "Your boy wont livo a
month." Ho tried Dr. King's Now
Discovery aud a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work n perfectly well man. Ho says
ho owes his present good health to tho
use of Dr. King's New Discovory, nnd
knows it to bo tho "best in tho world
for Lung trouble Trial liottles Kreo
at XV. II. blyer'a Drug Storo
Mr. A. E. Wlnff, a Keener at tho Mich-
Iftan State Prison at Jackson.
Tollo About it.
From Jackbon Citizen.
Mr. A. E. Ung is a keeper nt tho
Michigan state pi-iforl, Jackson, a posi
tion lie has huld for vourr. Our renro-
sontatlvo found him at his rcsldenco,
No. 012 North Jackson street, and ho
related tho following incident, tlio
truth of which is beyond dispute, for
Mr. Wing's sterling qualities are well
known to his many ncqnaintances, a
good man and a faith ml officer, Lo
would not misrepresent anything that
would wrongly impress our citizens.
Ho says: Some mouths ago my atten
tion was attracted by a swelling in my
groins; the swelling began to increiibo
to such an extent that I was alarmed.
If. spread down my legs right into my
fcet, so bad that I could not got my
pants or shoes on. Iliad to open my
shoes a distant of two inches. My con
dition was very bad; my face even puff
ed up and my wholo system even seem
od affected; I could hardly walk up
stairs to unlock my men. I went to a
physician, ono of tho ablest in tho city,
lie said tho swelling was caused by
my kidneys, nnd I commenced treat
ment with him, but my condition did
not change and I seemed to bo gotting
worse. About this time a friend strong
ly urged me to try Doan's Kidney Pills,
and I finally conseuted to let liim got
a box for me. After tho first week of
their use I commenced to notice a
change and I continued taking them,
uyo uoxes in an, witli tlio nappy re
sult that I was completely cured. I.
must confess that I was surprised
at the result I have never heard, of
any medicino which seemed to have
such a radical effect and yet leave the
system in such n good condition. I
feel better now than I ever did. After
tho effect was onco established tho
swelling gradually disappeared until
entirely gone. I consider Doan's Kid
ney Pills simply wonderful as an ageut
in curing any form of kidney disorder."
Doan's Kidnoy Pills are for sale by
all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.,
solo agents for tho United States. Re
member tho name, Doan's, and take
t2?"FOU SALC. A houso of six rooms.
anil a (lno halt lot on upper Frout street. Call
on or address IIknuy Leoxaiid,
White's Iloail. Between Klfth and blxth near
Putnam, Marietta, OMo.
JSrWllliam S. Hell. Kxpert 1'lano Timer,
r.eavo orclrr-3 at llluina'a Jewelry Store, ZZ2
cc-KOi: SAT.l. Sauil In tho river hank,
li miles thUslflo ot Wutcrfunl. Ecqulio oC
M. II. IUr.T, 2S.1 Second btreet
Ileal Kstatu Ageut.
EQyDoyou want a home? If bo, I can fix
you out. Lots to sell on easy monthly pay
ments. Desirable houses at low prices ami
easy tenns. Farm latula In four states.
Timber lands, mining l.rails and oil territory.
Money alway.-. on hand to loan. Fi'rsons de.
slrous of Investing money safely on lirst raoit
gates are Invited to correspond.
J 1j. auYTO.v,
, Koom 10, T.aw Handing,
53T"Wbn wants to ni.iho a nlco Chrlitmas
C.lf t of a Piano 1 Wo handle, tho ICnabe, ISoln
Hi os,, 'oa & Sous Pianos, and wo can sell
them as cheap as any 1'irm on earth.
tl.Dec.23th. 232 Fiont Street.
t5?"Get prices on door aud wlnJow screens
from A. O. Wordelkeu, coiner Mulberry aud
j5Sf?Wo havo a nlco Upright Piano, second
hand, In fluo condition. A t a bargain.
riiED. IsiiArr., 127 second Street
Loan. Apply at Room
, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
fMrrOUSALT: 2." l.otson Ilmennn Heights
sub-dlvlblon and his aeres adjoining Coip. lino
at low pilfer and easy tenm.
2u iiuslitrncu proiirrllon In tho city for salo
on cay terms
Farm In Uec.uur township for tale, or ex
change. Farm In Wood Co., W. Va., for saiu
Two new hoii'-ei, on Weit Side on eay terms.
Call and seo us If wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil loises for Falo
WAitn & stone,
2 S fcecond Street.
fSJ-FOIS PAL11 A fino realdenco of 12
rojinsulth all Iiapiovements and lot t'Oxlo
foot on Mfth street, near Wooster. fJ.SOOO
Some denlrabla front lots on 1'alrview Heights
Lots on ceventh street from 5100 to S100. A 5
room now hoii'-o on Sixth streot, near Putnam
$2,101). A business front of 20 feet on Second
street below Putuam. A 7 room house on
1 mirth street, near Washlngion, with lot 15
xlso feet, J250O.
.T. A. PI.UMKU & SON.
Mills Building, Corner Putnam aud second
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE!
Fine property ami vacant lots in all
parts of tlio oity at u bargain.
SEVERAL FARMS FOR SALE.
A 'Ifi-room hotel and livery stable, located on
the corner of Maplo stieet aud Oilman avoauo,
ono of tho best locations In West Marietta. A
bargulu AIho a 11 le twn-btory brick with two
good business rooms and hotel combined lo
cated close to tailro.id bridge on Maplo btreet.
Call and teo mo at No 31 Second St.
G. B. SUNDERLAND,
Opp. Union Depot, Marietta, Ohio
200 vacant lots for salo on
Samuel J. Mourns, Plaintiff,
Oyntjiia A. MoHiua, Defendant,
Tho Court of Common 1'leas of Washington
County, Ohio, Divorce
Depositions In tho nbovemmed action wlllrje
taueu by tlio plaintiff, at tho ofllce of Mooro
and wella. In tho towu of Union City, County
of Ohilen, and htatoot '1'euneBaee, on the isth
day of Juuuary. A. 1). hii7, between 0 o'clock
ii.iii and l o'clock p m ; and tho examination
will bo adjourned from day to day thereafter
Said doposlttoiiB to b8 iued as evidence In the
trial ot the above entitled cause
UiM'KMroon & r.unr.v.
Doc. 16th 3m kn. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Examination of Teachers
of Washington County will be held from 8 A.
M. until S 1. M. at the Marietta High School,
.In the second Saturday ot each mouth except
oanuary. July and August.
MAIN IN It. ANDHEWS,
Sept. 10, 'DO, Pros. U'd of Examiners.
ri.YtfrVjrttirctrt.Vr'rf V 1ViiKi?-tr .
BUTTERICK ( Cape 8767.
PATTERNS I Skirt 8756.
SPECIAL Buy Christmas Umbrellas now
and have the name neatly marked without
8. It. Turner & Co-
'(SPECIAL Al'Uh&J? '
I svLE HI STM-E-
There Is jlSTo More
Desirable Christmas present for n Jady than a pair of Good Kid
WE HAVE Til EM NOW IX STOCK a full assortment of all
Shades and Size, of tho Celebrated Foster, Paul & Company's make,
which aro known in this country and Europe to bo superior in every
respect to all others. Have been tho sole agents of this Company
in Washington County for tho past twenty years, and tlio thousands
of pairs wo have sold in tiiis time should bo satisfactory evidence of
their popularity. For Myle, quality and price they havo no equal
in the market. Evorv p lir i3 guaranteed lo give satiafaction or
money refunded. TRY TJTEM.
Our storo is crowded with tho greatest, variety of articles suita
ble for Holiday presents, and wo invito EVERYBODY to come in
and fro how well prepared wo aro to suit tho wants of all customers.
Tickets will be jiiven in return for all cash purchases which
amount to a. liberal discount. AfIv for them.
CI-IA.S- eT03STBS,17Q DFront Street.
KkCAr AND H H"- f
BAUER ft BLACK, Makers, Chicago
ErIEN AND WOMEN
Aro not only coinfortablo but safo from
all Cimsr and Luxo Tuorr.ixs. 1'ricrs
from 50 cents to S:S.OO each.
J. W. Dysle & Go.,
Wholesale. DRUGGISTS, Retail.
123 Front Street.
Nuxt door to First Kat'l Hank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, 0
Pavasnai r.JScnJion given to com
paundlng o Prascrlptions. .
Still In the Lead '-'
Mantels, Tiles 8c Grates.
Several largo shipments ol'Tile iupt received; and a fu'l
line of Gap Stoves and Gas Fire-places of all kinds al
s wajT8 on hand.
f A largo lot of Frame Moulding which wo will bo pleased
to show to 3 ou. Just call and see our line.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.,
404 Third Street, Marietta, Ohio
As many hundreds hero as
you soo dozens olsowhero
Every sort for Everybody,
For Children, for Ladies, for
Gentlemen. The prices rqn
from 50 cents to $5.00 and
splendid money's worth,
$ whichever you choose. "Man
wants but little here below,"
but you aro safo in getting
him an umbrella ior Christ
Wo make a special point
on Umbrellas nt $1.00 tho
best to bo found in tho
and have tho
newest and choicest stylos
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St ,
Pccond St. opp. Union Depot
NontSiylifih Work. Salid
riwi jjbt jwj isjumfjancm. wnucmejmsv
WA$m & 1ILLS,
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