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;y,T iwf"o i MM wmmmmm&xmmmmmwii& SSEKII. iiMirt -'r5rl4a'"' WTOm 1Y"1T ' WF J i,1" Tt - 'i . "V ' NOW Is tliu time to sit fur .your Holt iluy pluturos. rt o Intenil to raako tlio best hi our lino and it tultes time to ilo It. Our Christmas orders iiru cnmlu In fust (i ad us usual w- shall en deavor to complete work in tlio order of tho nlttiiiffs. First Eoihg, First Served. Don't put it oft (mother day but COMB NOW. "mniiy The Marietta Picture Man. Ti When your purchases nt my store amount to $3 you are entitled to an order on J. W. King1, tlio Photographer, on presentation of which, together with $1.50 you will receive Six of King's Host I inishod Cabinets and One Steel Engraving Photograph on an India Tint Mount. This offer is for a Limited Time. Take advantage of it. CHARLES BLUME THE JEWELER t NOTICE I have removed my stock of goods io No. 252 Front street Periodical tickets given. Hot Water Bottles. Wo don't claim that the Es quimo uses a hot water bottle but he would if we were run ning a drug store in Green land; because we 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 oe a good time then to think of our hot water bottles. Putnam Street Pharmacy 124 Putnam St. Marietta, Ohio. ;&::5!&3!k&i!!&!&:S!&;!& iog us in tho ta 1 $6,000 Worth of stock M If. t Still on Hand. What can we do to get rid ot it ? ! Let! (Ml 25, 30 and 32 cents t on the dollar. a 4 Regardless of cost, & every dollar's worth of fe l stock must bo sold before 2 the first of the year. Sulzbachor old stand, I 188 Front st., Marietta. d'4 Here milrnii UUIJLUI riV .! IP hum 1, 1 SI iP K ? I" 1 mm fit I Away ! i i Si i a i. 3 1 v'TJ'ffi'TK'fSiP MARIETTA DAILY LEADER FRIDAY, DEO. I. 1800 PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Mr. Muurlco Coste has associated himself with Mr. J. Herbert Florroy, of Cleveland, and together they will enter the business of dealing in electri cal supplies and tho fitting of same. Tho now concern has rented a portoon of tho room now occupied by Mr. It.W. Vaughn, in the Citizens National Hank blochyuiul will bo ready for business by tho first of the year. Tho llov. Mr. Nichols of Medina, Ohio, who received a call from iho First Congregational Church of this city, has resigned his pastorate in Medina, and expects to move to this city in March as pastor of tho Congregational Church. If you want to borrow money for a definite term, one year to 10 years, see S. A. Martin, agent, Indemnity 11. & L. Co., St. Cloud hotel. Wednesday , evening tho First Con gregational Church of this city, held its annual meeting for tho election of offic ers, with the following result: Clerk, John Kaiser; Treasurer, T. D. ISlscoc; Prudontial Committee, J. E. Vander voort, ftnd Charles Penrose; Superin tendant of Sunday School, J. E. Van dervoort; Assistant Superintendant, II. V. Stanley. The paving on Third Street, north of Butler Street, along tho fill, having been completed, tho sides of tho paving is now being protected by a dirt pack wall on each side and the roadway is now open for travel from tho Ohio river to Putnam Place. Residents of that thoroughfare are justly proud of their street. You can readily detect one by his imperious air and lordly walk. Rumor has it that a well known young man of tho West Side and a popular lady of tho Fourth Ward will soon bo united in the holy bonds. Mr. J.-A. (iarber left last night for Cincinnati on a business trip. Tho fact is being noised abroad among tho ''hobo" fraternity that they arc not fed when locked up in tho city prison over night, with the result that there is a marked diminution in their numbers. Four hundred bunches of ripe ba nanas to bo sold at 10 cents per dozen. Magnani & Lippi. Capt. John Uooth, of Monroe county, is in the city. Miss Mary Putnam, West Side, will entertain this evening in honor of her guest, Miss Cox. At the December meeting of the Muskingum Farmer's Club the follow ing ollicors wore chosen for the ensu ing year: Israel Devol, President; J. J. Strecker, Vice President nnd Treas urer; C. P. Dyar, Secretary. The party of Marietta Masons and their wives and lady friends who at tended the dance and banquot at IJcl pre Thursday evening numbered 25. They returned at 3 a. m. and all report a most delightful time. II. C. Dehaven has begun work on well No. S on the Doan farm. A gold watch was lost on tho street in this city Thursday. Finder will bo suitably rewarded by returning to 711 Third street. China for decorating. All sorts of pretty things. See them at Mrs. C. W. Holz's, 2SU Front St. Here arc the salaries some of tho postmasters receive: McConnelsville, 1,400; Caldwell, S1.200; Cambridge, $2,000; Zanesyille, $3,000; Marietta, $2,500; Columbus, $3,000; Cleveland, $0,000; Cincinnati, $0,000. There are in the United States 158 postmasters of tho first class; T01 of the second class, and 2,770 of the third class, whoso ap pointments must bo confirmed by tho Senate. There are 00,275 postmasters of tho fourth class, whoso compensa tion is less than $1,000 a year, who aro nppointed by the postmaster general. Tho case of Samuol Johnston against the C. fc M. railway for dam ages for $10,000 was called on Monday, but was compromised at $3,000. Soy-onty-fivo witnesses from the vicinity of Winchester and Antrim were present. R. T. Scott, of Cambridge, and W. C. Taylor, of Steubenville. had charge of the case. Guernsey Times. Judgo H. Li. Sibley stated that ho will resign his Common Pleas Judge ship to take the seat on tho Circuit Court bench to which ho was recently elected about January 0th, ono month before his term as Circuit Judge begins. Ills successor is, of course, not known, but Attorney D. W. Jones, of Gallia county, is prominently mentioned for appointment to fill tho unexpired term. Tlio Marietta band gave tho up stairs room in the electric power houso a trial Thursday evening with a view to renting it. Tho acoustic proporties of the room nro found to bo nil that could be desired. A daughter was born Thursday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. I.ouls Cline, Fourth street. The jury in tho caso of Ohio vs. Sinister roturncd a verdict last night of assault und , battery. Young Sinister hns been in jail sinco last July await ing trial. To loan you nionoy to lift your mortgage, Invest or pay a debt. Wo take first raortgago on the property. S, A. Mahtjn, Agent. Tlio condition of affairs lias become such in Marietta that tlio erection of some sort of workhouso is absolutely necessary for tho prolltablo employ ment of prisoners anil tramps. We understand tho matter will bo brought up In Council soou and trust It may re celvo favorable consideration by overy member. U. S. Commissioner 11. E. Ouyton loft at 11:23 last night for Cincinnati on ulllcial business. Tlio case of Ohio vs. David Shuster. indicted for shooting with intent to kill at John Gro.ithouse, near Newport last uummor, was on trial in Common Plea1; Court Thursday. Wo wunt to pluce some nionoy in Marietta on good improved property in sums to suit the borrower. b, A. M.UlTl.V, Agent, hi Cloud Hotel. Mr. Mil'es Stacoy intends to remove from Rainbow to this city, having rent ed the houso of Will Sniffen on Fourth street. Sig. Marcus, tho chief "sport" of Parkorsburg, was in tho city Thurs day on his way to Newark on business. A small blaze Thursday morning at tho residence ot Delraar Spraguo on Montgomery street, was extinguished without tho aid of the lire department. No alarm was sent in. Mrs. C. W. Holz has just received an elegant and well selected stock of cut glass for Christmas trade. See it. Born, Saturday, tho 12th instant, to Mr. and Mrs. Harley Seeley, of Watertown, a daughter. lino lot of mixed candies at five cents per pound. Magnani & Lippi. At the annual election of officers of tho Ladies Auxilliary R. R. T., the following were chosen: Mrs. Margaret Trautman, Mistress ; Mrs. Alice Ward, Vico Mistress; Mrs. J. J. Drumrn, Past Mistress; Mrs. U. E. Crippen, Secretary; Mrs. J. L. Toller, Treasurer; Mrs. W. M. Dearth, Conductor; Mrs. Milam, Chap lain. Hon. W. 11. McGill, of Veto, was in the city Thursday and has our thanks for valuable State publications. Mrs. Arthur Mctcalf and her daughter, Mrs. Leo A. Ziegler enter tained tho Buckoyo Euchre Club very delightfully Wednesday evening. A marvel of choice goods for Christ mas at Mrs. C. W. IIolz's. 2S0 Front St. Mr. C. It. Stevens went up to Sis tersville this morning to be gone until Saturday eening. Leave your order for lino groceries with us. It will receive prompt at tention. Goods delivered to any part of the city. Whaiut & Thomas, 13S Putnam St. At the Centennial Celebration at tho Chapel of the First Congregational church next Monday evening their will bo responses to the following senti ments: "Tho planting of a church in a now Colony", "Tho influence of a church in the life of a community", "A contury of christian work for tho young", "Church work for the next century". There will also be an ad dress designed specially for the Colonies and it is hoped that responses will bo made in behalf of each of tho Colonics and Branches as follows: Beverly Pres byterian, Belpre, Warren Presbyter ian, Harmar, Little Muskingum, Stan loyvillo, Fourth Street Presbyterian, Rainbow Branch and Unionville Sun day School. It is also expected that small letters from former friends will bo read and if time will permit remin iscences of tho olden times will be given. Twenty thousand dollars to loan in sums to suit the borrower $250, SB00, $1000, $'2000 and $5000 on acceptable real estate security. S. A. Mautin, Agent, St Cloud. Bartlott. The schools close this week for tho holidays. Tho regular examination takes placo Friday. The protracted meeting at the U. 1!. church closed Sunday evening with ten accessions to the church. The Mothodists will begin their meeting on Kriday evening. Tlio Masonic fraternity will haye a grand picnic supper at their hall on Saturday ovoning tho 10th. Only mem bers and families invited. Saturday G. 1!. Sunderland, of Marl otta, will sell tho personal property of John Williams, near here. The oil well at C. C. Smith's is down 1000 foot and still drilling. Tho r00 foot sand was hauvy and prospects aro that oil will bo found. The littlo folks aro preparing lor a grand time Christmas evo at tho M. B. church. Tho U. 11. church will hold their festivities Now Year's eve. F. Guiteau, of Marietta, and Miss Anna Way were married on WcdneS' day of last week by Ilev. Simms at tho residence of Mrs. Guiteau. J. C. Morrow was in Marietta Wed nesday on business. Quite a number of young folks at tended tho Teacher's Examination Sat urday. Mrs. J, Smith, of Lincoln, Nebraska, is visiting at .1. A. Morrow's this weok. Xj. V, Dunsmoro, of Layman, died Monday from diseases incident to old age. He was In his 87th year. a F. S. Mr. A, E. WlnK. n Koopor nt tho Mich- iBnn Stato Prison tit Jackson. Tollo About It. From Jackson Cttl7.cn. it?Ip,.A' El W,I,K ,s il keeper at tho Michigan stato prison, Jackson, a posi tion lio has held for yours. Our repre sentative found him at his residence, No. 012 North Jackson street, and ho related the following Incident, tho trutli of which is beyond dispute, for Mr. Wing's hterling qualities uro well known to his many acquaintances, n good man and a faltluul olllcor, ho would not misrepresent anything that would wrongly Impicss our citizens He says: Some months ago my atten tion was attrnoh'd by a swelling in my groins; the swelling begun to increase to such an extent that 1 wus alarmed. Itspiead down my legs right into my feet, so bad that I could not got my pants or shoes on. Iliad to open my slices n distant of two Inches. .My con dition was very bad; my face oven puff ed up and my whole system even seem ed affected; I could hardly walk up stairs to unlock my men. I went to a. physician, one of tho ablest in tho city. Ilo biiid the swelling was caused by my moneys, aim 1 commenced treat ment witli him, but my condition did not change and I seemed to bo getting worse. About this tlmna frinnri (.trmiir- lv urged mo to try Doan's Kidney Pills, and 1 finally consented to let htm get a box for me. After tho first week of their use I commenced to notice a change and I continued taking thorn, five boxes in all, with tho happy re sult that I was completely cured. I must confess that I wus surprised at tho result. I have never heard of any medicine which seemed to have such a radical effect and yet loavo the system in such a good condition. I feci better now than I ever did. After tho effect was once established tho swelling gradually disappeared until entirely gone. I consider Doan's Kid ney Pills 6lmply wonderful as an ngent in curing any form of kidney disorder." Doan's Kidney Pills aro for salo by all dealers, price 50 cents. Mailed by Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents for the United States. Re member tho name, Doan's, and take no otner. BUSINESS LOCALS. EBTOIl SALE. A hnilsn nf qy mnnn : nnd a line halt lot on upper Front street. Call on or address Henry Leonaud, White's Road. lietween Firth and Sixth neiir Putnam, Mailetta, Ohio. tsrwilliam S. Hell. Expert Piano Tuner. Leavo orders at ISlume's Jewelry Store, 232 Front stiect ns-FOR SAT.C. Sand in the river bank, 1)i miles this side of Watertord. Enquire of SI. II. 1IA11T, S.n Second Street Heal Kstato Agent. E6SDoyou want a home v If so, I can llx you out. Lots to sell on easy monthly pay ments. Desirable houses at low pilces and easy terms. Farm lands in four states. Timber lands, mining lands and oil territory. Money always on hand to loan. Persons de sirous ot investing money hafely on first, mort gages are invited to correspond . .1 t Guvton, Room 10, Law Hulldlng, Mailetta, O. SyWho wants to m.il.e a nico Christmas Gift of a Piano ? Wo handle tho Knabc, liehr llros . Vose & Sous Pianos, and wo can sell them as cheap as any Firm on earth. FllEI). Isiiaei. tl.Dec.23th. 23! Front Street. J2r"Get prices on door and window screens from A. C. WecdclUen, corner Blulberry and Poplar Btreets. Nov 21th. -if. BWVfo have a nico Upright Piano, second hand, in line condition. At a bargain. Fnen. Isiiaei.. 427 Second Street tl.Dec.2Sth. C"StoNCY to Loan. Apply at Room Mills ISuildlng, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts. WB-FORSALC 23 Lots on Emerson Ileluhts sub-divlblon and six acies adjoining Corp. line iii ion lunes unu easy terms. 20 Residence propeitles 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 or exchange. Two new houses on West Side on easy terms. Call and see us if wanting to purchase pro perty. Oil leases for sale. Ward & Stone, 2 5 Second Street. ffW-FOR SALH-A tine residence of 12 rooms with all improvements and lot fluxiso feet on Fifth street, near Wooater. fiu.000 Some desirable front lots on Fairview Heights. Lots on Seventh street from &:oo to SiOO. A 5 room new house on Sixth street, near Putnam (2,100. A business front of 20 feet on Second street below Putnam. A 7 room house on Fourth Btreet, near Washington, with lot K xlSO feet, J2500. J. A. Pujmeh & Son. Mills iluildltig, Corner Putnam and fcecocd streets. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE! Fine property and vacant lots in all parts of the city at a bargain. SEVERAL FARrYiS FOR SALE. TERMS GOOD. A "0 room hotel and livery stable, located on tho corner of JIaple street and Oilman avenue, one of the best locations in West Marietta. A bargain Also a line two-story brick with two good business rooms and hotel combined lo cated close to railroad brldgo on Maplo htieet. Call and see mo at No. 231 Second St. G. B. SUNDERLAND, Opp. Union Depot Marietta, Ohio 'JOO vacant lots for salo on monthly payments. Examination of Teachers of Washington County will bo held from S A. M. until a i: M. at tho Marietta Hfc,h School. .In the second Saturday of each month except oanuary. July and August. MAIllIN n, ANnilKWS, Sept, 10, "Jtl l'rea. ll'd of Examiners. r a o c i:xt. it i: iiniuiuy natv. For Christinas and New Year.s Holidays the T. & O. C. Ext. It. It. w ill fell excursion tickets botween all stations on its own lino at ono faro for the round trip Dec. 21th and 2ith and 31st. ISM and January 1st, 18U7. good returning un til January 2nd and to all points in Central i'assenger Commtlteo leiritory at rate of one and one third tlrst class limited faro for the round trip, going limit t,amo as above, and good retumlug tu and including January 4th, m7. Students tickets limited until January 11th, lb'J7 Notice of Appolntmont. Kstato rt George W. Wilson, Deceased. Tho undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Administrator ot the Estate ot (JeorgeW. Wilson, late ot Washington Coun ty. Ohio, deceased. Dated this 8d day ot December A. D. ISOii. Dec ith-swks. Manuel Wilson. OfilE risfmas proper and correct in all points a full line of sizes and all frash new goods. Gen'lamn's Kid Gloves at $ 1 .00 and $ 1 .50. Gentleman's Mocha Gloves at $1.00 and $ i ,50. Gentlemen's Fleecy Lined Kid Gloves at $ 1 .00 and $1.50, Of course we will change after Christmas if you do not guess the size correctly. Warm Fabric Gloves for Gentle men at 35c and 40cr GENTLEMEN'S HANDKERCHlEFS-White Silk Hemstitched, full size, 25c, Linen Hem stitched 15c to 50c, Linen Initial 25c. All the cheaper sorts of Handkerhlefs for Men. S. R. TURNER & CO. Tlaere Is Desirable Christinas present lor Orloves. WE HAVE TL1EM NOW IN STOCK a full assortment of all Shades and Size?, of (he Celebrated Foster, Paul fc Company's make, which are known in this country and Europe to be superior in every respect to all others. Have been the sole agents of this Company in Washington County for the past twenty years, and the thousands of pairs we have sold in this time should be satisfactory evidence of their popularity. For style, quality and price they have no equal in the market. Evorv pair is guaranteed to give satiafaction or money refunded. TBY 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 wo are to meet the wants of all customers. Tickets will be given in return for all casli purchases which amount to a liberal discount. Ask for them. CECA.S. JONBS,172 Front Street. YfcvsP AND H L y JlfrRosr rfrfyJL n it ' PAT vMfWwm Chamois Vests BAUER & BLACK, Makers, Chicago MEN AND WOMEN who wear CHAMOIS JACKETS Are not only comfortable but safe from all Ciikst and Luxo Tnoumxs. l'riccs from fiO cents to 5:1.00 each. J. W. Dysle I Co., Wholesale, DRUGGISTS, 12S Front Stieet. Retail, A. J. RICHARDS, PHARMACIST, Next door to First Nat'l Hank, FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O Personal atton!!on given to com pounding of Proscriptions. Still In the Lead- r WITH OUR Mantels, Tiles & Grates. Several large shipments oi'Tilo just received; and a full lino of Gas Stoves and Gas Fire-places of all kinds al ways on hand. JUST EEOEEVBD- A largo lot of Frame Moulding which wo will bo pleased to show to jou. Just call and seo our line. H. A. WAGNER & BRO., 404 Third Street, Marietta, Ohio lenflernen. Used to be Slip ID ers. Everybody gave them and every body got them and the world was full of misfit slippenj. Gloves are the gift this yearand we have tre Gloves that are No More a lady than a pair of Good Kid Bicycles Built and Repaired. New parts for any wheel in stock or made to order at MACHINE SHOP, 225 Ohio St , Marietta, 0 ASON & HILLS, S-ccond fit. opp. Union Depot.. Neat Stylish Work. SatiH tacfion Guaranteed. II fgmiJjjb L&x&iLuL&jU i ffiMifcfeti&MJiiUiWivft-- "' v xv-rJUMM-vAtjH'-. ;LZ-2L!L-liZz JJ r-r-n : ' '""'