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Artist Proof Etchings.
Hand 1'atntud Water Colors
Carbonotto Vlaws of Mus
kingum, l'ockot Koducks,
Amateur Printing Otttilt,
Novelty Frames Hcautlus
Oak EnsolB and dopant lino
of pic tu ro mouldings for
framing to order.
The Marietta Picture Man,
Here's a'Corter' Sure
When your purchases at my store
amount to i! you aro entitled to an
order on J. W. Klnir. the Photonraphor,
on presentation of which, togothor
with $1.50 you will rccoivc Six of
Kind's Hest finished Cabinets and Ono
Steel Engraving iMioiograpn on an
India Tint Mount
This offer is for a Limited Time.
Tako advantage of it
THE JKWELEH I
NOTICE I have removed my stock of
goods to No. 252 Front street.
Periodical tickets given.
I If You Are
And possibly worrying,
about what to buy for a
few of your particular
friends as a holiday pres
ent, let us suggest some
thing Let It Be Perfume.
There can't be any dis
appointment in such a
present. Tho bottle and
the box that holds it are
both extra handsome.
You can get them at the
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St. Marietta, Ohio.
$6,000 Worth of stock
Still on Hand. '
What can we
do to get
25, 30 and 32 cents
on the dollar.
Regardless of cost, 1
every dollar's worth of e
stock must bo sold beforo if
the first of tho year.
Sulzbacher old Btand,
188 Front st., Marietta.
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J Siuing as in Uio Face.
MARIETTA DAILY LEADER
FRIDAY. DEO. SO, Ituta
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
Mr. and Mrs. John Uorg and
nephew, of Obcrlln, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob PfafF.
Ofllccr Lanani will spend Christmas
with his aunt at Caldwell today.
Miss Laura Moistcr loft for Wheel
ling Thursduy afternoon, where sho
will spend tlio holidays wllh friends
und visit tho public schools.
Miss Flora Burchott returned homo
to Watertown Thursday, after a visit
with friends in Marietta.
The postofllco will be closed from
0 a. m. to 0 p. m. today. Tho carrlors
will make one delivery and otic even
Capt. Phillip Ilornbrooke, of the
wharfboat, is spending his Christmas
vacation at his home in Uarnsvillo.
Mr. George II. Stansburv. of Ath
ens, and Miss Leah L Cordrav, of this
county, woro united in marriage
Thursday by 'Squire C. W. Richards.'
Mis. T. F. Davis urriyed homo
Thursday from Pittsburg, where sho
had been visiting hor daughter, Mrs.
Mr. Ilarry Hearing and Miss Delia
Palmer, two well known young people
of this county, were married Thursday,
December 24th. at tho homo of the
bride in Wan on township. Rov. F. R.
Crooks, of tho Gilmiu avenue M. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay ltelfordleft yes
terday for Caldwell to spend Christmas
Editor Rush, of tho Athens Mess
enger, was a caller last night, on his
way to his former home, McConnels
yille. Mr. Arthur Wagner is in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gaitree, of Co
lumbus, aro spending Christmas with
relatives in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Grimes will
spend the holidays with relatives in
China for decorating. All borts of
pretty things. See them at Mrs. C. W.
Holz's, '280 Front St
Miss Alice Hogan arrived Thurs
day from Chicago to spend the holidays
with hor mother and sister.
.Miss Mahala MeCallister has re
turned from an extended visit at Chic
ago. .1. A. Pluiner .te Son sold yester
day to Mr. D. A. Dye, of Newport, one
of tho Ryan lots on upper Fourth street
for $1000. Mr. Dye expects to erect a
fine residenco on tho snrau in the near
future and move his family to this city.
Misses Katherine W. Gear and Car
rie E. Wilhelm, who are attending col
lego at Granville, aru homo for tho
Miss Stella Leonard has been trans
ferred from the Greene btreet school to
tho vacancy caused by the reignation
of Miss Riley at the Washington street
school. Miss Skipton, of tho West
Side, has been appointed at Greene
Mariotta theatre-goers will see a
line lot of attractions in the next 110
days, tho first of them being Hennessy
LoRoyle, in "Other People's Money,"
this afternoon andcyoning.
Miss Mary Patterson, of Columbus,
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. G.
Way, Third street.
Miss Muriel Polmer will sing at tho
Unitarian church both morning and
evening next Sunday.
The Delta Upsilon banquet Wednes
day night was well attonded by the
Alumni and students, 25 boing pres
ent Tho caterror, Mr. Urown, was up
to his usual standard. Mr. Howard
Dickinson was toast-master.
Captain James R. Haight, tho big
hearted proprietor of the Brunswick
restaurant, last night banquetted the
newspaper carrier boys of. tho city.
The youngsters enjoyed tho fine spread
Imraensley and will long remember tho
occasion as one of the most delightful
during their newspaper career. Mr. E.
R. Alderman made them a short talk
which was listened to attentively and
was full of good advice. Among those
present were: Edwin lluchannan,
Louis Kinzel, Clarence Cargill, .Tames
Masters, Shorloy Turner, Zoph Drumm,
Alex linger, Arthur Peters, Edward
Raschen, Clarence Buck, Clitt' Strad
man, Russell Ileudershot, Owen Was
son, Eugene Lancaster, Warner Hcn
dcrshott, Frank Johnson, Fred Me
Grew, Ray McGrow, Mnurico Johnson,
Frank Woisnall and John O'Brien
will spend the holidays with relatiyes
Mr. Fred Dyslo leaves today to
spend the holidays at Ada, O.
J. W. Wolls it Co., Greono street,
havo always on hand a fresh, clean
stock of groceries.
Mr. Richard M. Knox, of Chicago,
and Miss OUlo Unger, of Lower Salem,
this county, wero united in marriage
Thursday at tho homo of tho bride.
Tho newly married couple loft after
tho ceromony for the Windy City, their
At tho Christmas entortalnmcnt of
the Sabbath School of tho Harmar
Congregational church last evoning
Drlllmastor T. II. Sugden was pre
sented with a beautiful silver vase by
tho Boy's Brigade.
Mr. C. It. Richardson, the broker,
loft Thursday afternoon to soond sev
eral days in Now York. During his
absenco his work in the brokerago of
fice will bo taken caro of by Mr. J. R.
Thompson, of tho Western Union.
A number of disturbances resulting
from "ChrlstmaB jag" whiskey wero
reported from different parts of tho
city last night but nobody was seri
The llapllst church will givo their
annual Sunday School entertainment
to tho children of the church tonight
at 0:110 o'clock.
Reuben Douglas loft yesterday for
liis homoiit MurraysviHc, W. Va.
Most of tho Sabbath Schools of the
city guvo thoir annuul Christinas evo
ontcrt'ilumcnt last evening and glad
dened the hearts of tho little ones with
candy and a sight of dear old Santa
Clean, fresh meats and groceries at
J. W. Wolls & Co.'s, Greeno street
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. RoblnEon
left Thursday for Washington, Pa.,
where they will spend the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs F. L. Rood aro spend
ing thoir Christmas with relatives in
Miss Nora Peck leaves today for
Zancsvillo on a visit to Dr. and Mrs.
Several days ago John McCoy, of
McConnolsville, lost his purso on the
southbound Z. & O. R. R. train and did
not miss it until some timo after the
train had left. He wired Conductor
Ed. Reynolds at Stockport, who re
membered where Mr. McCoy was sit
ting and he found the purso tucked
neatly between the end of the seat and
the side of the car. Tho purse would
havo been a rich find for some dishon
est person, as it contained several hun
Dave McWilliams, of the Sistcrs
ville Oil Review, was in the city last
evening on his way to Cambridge to
spend the holiduys with relatives.
For fresh meats, groceries and pro
duce call on J. W. Wolls & Co., Greeno
Cascaruts stimulate liver, kidneys
and bowels, ever sicken, weaken or
MISTAKEN FOR A BURGLAR.
Dell llucll Shot mill Killed by n I'rluml
A sad trugedy occurred Thursday
morning at Sistersville. John White
man, a teamster for tho Carter Oil Co.,
mistook his friend, Dell Haven, for a
burglar, and shot him twice with a re
volver. The victim died in two hours.
Mr. Haven's family had been resid
ing with Mr. Whiteinan, and had been
absent for some time. Mr. Haven re
turned home in thu early hours of
Thursday morning. In walking about
tho house ho awakened Mr. Whiteman,
whodiowa revolver and fired with
deadly effect Mr. Whiteman is dis
tracted with grief over the terrible
Tno l.lws hii(l.
Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction
City, 111., was told by her doctors she
hail Consumption and that there was
no hope for lier, but two bottles of Dr.
King's Now Discovery completely cured
her und she says it saved her life. Mr.
Thos. Fggers, 139 Florida St., San
Francisco, buffered from a dreadful
cold, approaching Consumption, tried
without result everything olso then
bought ono bottlo of Dr. King's New
Discovery and in two weeks was cured.
He is naturally thankful. It is such
results, of which theso aro samples,
that prove tho wonderful efficacy of
this medicine in Coughs and Colds.
Freo trial bottles at W. II. Styer's Drug
Store. Regular sizo 50c. and SI. 00.
Christmas Entortalnmont at
German M. E. Church.
Tho Christmas entertainment at the
German M. E. church, given by the
Sunday School, this evening promises
to bo one of tho finest in the history of
tho church. A very fine programme
has been arranged which will consist
of music by tho choir, declamations,
singing and instrumental music. A
number of selections in singing and
instrumental music rendered by little
folks will prove exceptionally interest
ing and amusing. Tho mandolin and
guitar club of tho church will bo
strongly in evidence with a number of
selections and altogether tho enter
tainment is expected to bo a most inter
esting and delightful one. The enter
tainment will begin promptly at (i:!!0
o'clock, standard time, and the admis
sion will bo ton cents.
Iliicklon'NAru civ Naive.
Tiik JJiist Salvk In tho world for
Cuts, Bruises, Soros, Ulcora, Holt
Rheum, Fovnr Hores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hkin
Eruptions, and positively cures Piles
or no pay required. It la guarantcod to
Kivo porlect satisfaction, or tnonov rf
funded. Prlcfl 25 cents per box.
For snlo bv W. H. Stvor.
The Munsey Magazine
at $ 1 .00 a year,
and ANY TWO oi the following
dollar Magazines at the OLUB
PRICE of $1.05 a year Mc
Oluro's, Peterson's, Godey's, Ar
gosy and Cosmopolitan.
This offer good for this week only.
Geo. H. Eells, Jr.,
310 Front Street. Lower Arch.
TI REASON Wffif
Every Why Has a Whorofore and
Tlo Woll to took for It atTlrriGS.
In these days people want to know
Whys and wherefores.
Tho 10th century is u natural skeptic.
Tho why and wherefore of such is
Ho reads statements of supposed
Ho is told that cv:ry ailment of man
kind can bo cured.
Ho has an ailment and tries some
U fulls; he tries another with tho
Such experiences make him look ask
ance at future claims.
Often the fault is 'his, but ho don't
Ho may liuvo a backache or perhaps
a luine or weak buck.
lie ued plaster or Unlinects, they
relieved him for a time, but failed to
cure the trouble.
This Is his fault; tho why is Hi it ho
did not know tin- wherefore of his
Had he ktunvn that tho kidneys v. cro
That backache generally means kid
That the kidneys must tiller the
That failure to do so immediately af
fects the back.
That backache is only the first step
toward many kidnoy disorders.
Utlnnry troubles follow.
Retention of urine.
Diabetes Brlght's disease.
Doan's Kidney Pills aro positively
specific for all kidney complaints.
The aching back has no greater ene
my than Doan's Kidney Pills not in
jurious to tho most delicate constitu
tion. Do not act on tho bowels, but
direct on the kindoys. For sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents per box, or six
boxes for f 2.50. Sent by mail on re
ceipt of price by Foster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., solo agents 'for tho
iCSf TOR SAI.K A llrst class groceiy busi
ness In gooJ lomtlou Will sell at fair In.
voice J. A. ri.UMEit & SON
Syrrp-ili Cow for sale. Inquire, at Willow
Farm, Rainbow, ,T W. Dyar
ESTOIl RUNT SW room home,
ond street. Call at premises.
BO-WANTED TO RENT. A house, of four
or five looms. Aihhess Wirt Dye, care Mail
etta MfR. Co. Deo -U-V.li.
CS"S'OR SALK. A house of s'lv looms,
and a lino hilf lot on upper Front street. Call
on or nilurrss IlrwiY Leoxahd,
White's Road, lietueen fifth and Sixth near
Putnam, marietta, Ohio.
tST'WlllIam S. Hell. Expert I'lino Tuner,
Leave meters at Iiltuuu'a Jeeliy Stole, 21J
Egg-Do you wautahorue" If fo, I can fix
you out. Lois to sell on easy monthly pay
ments. Desirable, houses at low prices and
easy trims. Kami lands in four states.
Timber lands, mining lands and oil teiritory.
Money always on hind to loan, l'oisons de
sirous of investing money safely on llrst mort
gages are invited toconespond.
J L Guyton.
Room 10, Law HuildlUB.
HyWho wants to nial.o a nice Christmas
Gift of a Piano Wo handle tho Knabc, llehr
Uros.. Vose & Sons Pianos, and uuran nell
them as cheap as any l'lrm on eaitli.
tl.Dec.SIth 21J Front Stieet
tSf'Gel prices on door and window screens
from A. C. WendelUen, coiner Mulbeny and
Poplar streets Nov 24th tf.
46-We have a nico Upright Piano, second
hand, In lino condition. At a barRain.
PllFD Ishaei.. 42" iecond Stieet
SSTMoney to Loan. Apply at Koom f
Mills lluilding. Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
B"FOUSALi:. 23 Lots on Kmeison Heights
sub-division and six acres adjoining Coiii. line
at low prices and easy terms.
20 Itesldonco properties In the city lor sale
on easy terms
Farm in Decatur township for hale or ex
change. Farm in Wood Co., W. Va , for sale
Two new houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and see us if wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil leases for hale.
Wxnn A, Stone,
2 6 Second Street.
JtSp-FOU SALII. A new 6 room house near
Chair Factory, $1250. A large brick houso of T
rooms on Fourth street with bath, water and
gas, 23io. A 7 room briclt houso on West
side, JHiOO on easy terms. Lots In Putnam
Place from $103 to too on monthly payments.
A large 10 room house on West Side, out of
high water, JJ500.
I. A. Pi.umek & Son.
Mills lluilding, Corner Putnam and second
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE!
Fino property and vacant lots in all
parts of tho city at a bargain.
SEVERAL FARMS FOR SALE.
A !;o loom hotel and llery htablc, located on
mo corner oi Jiiapio bireet ann unman a enue,
one of the best locations In West Maiietta. A
bargain Alho a Hue two-stoiy brick with two
good business looms ami hotel combined lo
cated close to railroad bridge on Maple btieet,
Call and sco mo ut No. 2111 Second St.
G. B. SUNDERLAND,
Opp. Union Depot. Marietta, Ohio
U00 vacant lots for sale on
lAfflAI l urn.
Wo cordially Invito yon to call and
inspect our endless varioty of mixed
candles and nuts suitable for church
and school ontertainments, which wo
offer at wholesale figures. Don't fall
to got our prices beforo buying.
A carload of bananas just received;
also iv fino lot of other fruits, Candies
from 5 cents per pound, up.
Putnam street, Marietta, O.
A NEW YEARS GIF
BUTTERICK ( Jacket-Waist 8828.
PATTERNS I Skirt 8807.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
There Is ISTo More
Desirable Christinas present for a lady Uian a pair of Good Kid
WE HAArE THEM NOW IN STOCK a full assortment of all
Shades and Sizes, of 1 he Celebrated Foster, Paul it Company's make,
which aro known in this country and Europe to be superior in every
respect lo all others. Have been the sole agents of (his Company
in Washington Cminty for the past twenty years and tho thousands
of pairs wo havo sold in this time should be satisfactory evidence of
their popularity. For style, quality and price they have no equal
in tho market. Evorv pair is guaranteed to givo satiafaction or
money refunded. TRY THEM.
Our store is crowded witli 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 be given in return for all cash purchases -which
amount to a liberal discount. Ask for them.
CI-IA.S. eTON"ES,17Q IPront Street.
In endless variety lrom 5 cents to $1.50 each. We call es
pecial attention to our lines at 5,12 and 25 cents everyone
special value. They come in Plain Linen Hemstitched and
Embroidered. Go to Otto Bros, for your Christmas Handkerchiefs.
An entire now lino from
12c to $1,115 each. Seo our as
bortmont at2.-icand!i0c. They
aie the best in the city.
n Dresser Scarfs
W Pillow Shams.
A now acsortment of em
broidered goodb just received.
Prices from liuc to S1J.50 each.
For Men, Ladies ami Child
ren, in all grades and prices.
Our lino of Ladies goods at
$1, 81.25 and $2 ai especial yal
xies. Also our lino of Jentlc
uien's umbrellas at SI, ?1.25
and $2, Your name neatly
marked without charge
K WHOLESALE. Putnam Streot. RETAIL.
J Special prices in all departments from now till Christmas. ,ui
You can hardly think of a
gift more acceptable than a
year's subscription to
It is tho best fashion maga
zine in the world, and the,,
subscription price is only
One Dollar. The January
number is now ready. Oomo
'inland see it.
The great closing out sale
At cut prices goes bravely on.
13etter not wait any longer.
Wo have secured another
line of those fine Linens reg
ular $1.25 goods. Special
price, b'Jc. Xapkins to match,
52 2.r and $.'! der do. Linen
tabl-i sets from .?5 to S10 each.
Wo aro offering the best
One Dollar glovo on tho mark
ot. livery pair guaranteed.
We also havo a lino of tho
filler qualities at 1.50 unci
Our lino of novelties in Col
luloid.Ihiumolcd Wood, Metal,
China, ote., is larger than
over. Yon will find many
useful and beautiful urticlea
in our assortment.
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