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HERNE S "SHORE A.CK.S," AUDITORIUM, THURSDAY, MARCH 13TH
of the Oairiera in
Is what we give Qur Patrons.
cei i- tor
The Marietta Picture Man.
still continues at
188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
A Strictly High Grade Wheel !
B. EVELEIGH, Agt.
Seo Sample in Diamond Pants Co's' Window.
We invite you to call and inspect our
new Spring Wall Papers which are arriv
ing almost daily.
We have the reputation of introducing
the very latest designs and colorings made
by the leading factories of the United
States, and which consists of the celebrated
makes of M. II. Dirge & Sons,, The Robert
GramSyCo., Warren, Fuller & Co., Wm.
Campbell & Co,, and many others.
Prices lower than ever, at 5 cents and
upwards. A lot of remnants at your own
bysle & Co.,
12S Front Street.
$40 to $100,
Fowler, Sterling and
Call and see us before you buy.
Full line in a few days.
Catalogues on appli
cation. Koerner & Richardson
Putnam Street, - Marietta, 0.
M ffM 2
The BEN HUP '
WEDNESDAY, MARCH II, 1 WC
Mr. and Mrs. .T. S. Himliii; passed
through the city Tuus lay en roulo to
Bcycrly on a visit to rulutlvi";.
, Iiiiolla Garr, muntluii U ivhoo cao
was tnado in Tuesilny'h Louder, was ad
judged insane by Jmlfre Hood tetirdy
and will bj talcon to the Athens Kluto
City Solicitor Hronim 'and Fireman
Earl Dayls 'both plead guilty to the
charge, of rldlnfr their b'cvelcs tifter
qno ilollar and'riosl
Tens nud nrnu iltiHtl
li-fvi". ir ..i.H.ji.i..;.i. v.v. ixwuiiiiir DuirifJUII'l
M6 Court nd Jour hfefl1
Tuesday to nc.t Mommy. -.cV'WfJ'lJ
-- r, want lia- puichnteu the
Phillips property on Seven tli street,
paying therefor SS0O
Mr. W II. Hill, a meichnnt nt Uitr
Plains, Ohio, is a prospective newcomer
to Marietta apd is looking for u hou-o
Walter Kirby left Tuesday on a
business trip to Columbus.
Last weok Athens county, Ohio,
sold 8100,000 of bonds issued for road
making purposes; ut a premium of
$8,031, or moro than SK per cent . There
were some higher bidden, th in the fig
ures at which the uwuid 'was ui.idc,
but by leason of ibfoimality iii the
bids they were rejected.
Jacob C. Smith, of Doddridge coun
ty, arrived hero ye-iter lav oyer the O.
H. R., with 17 head of he ivr drought
horses, which ho purchased .it Cincin
nati for use in the Doddridge county
oil field. The horses are all heuvv
Norman stock. Mr. Smith infouns us
that he will purchase another lot when
the weather settles and. work begin
in earnest Parlcersburg Ssntinel
Mrs. Crocker will remain at Mrs.
Dyo's until Friday morning with her
lovely Hair Goods. Ladies are delight
ed with her goods and wish her to re
main longer than Wednesday.
Harry Stiner was fined ilvo dollars
and costs In Mayor's conrtTucsday for
drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
At tho TirstM. E Church next Fri
day eyoning will undoubtedly ba tiik
affair of its kind for the yo.ir. An ex
cellent Musical Program will be ren
dered in the Auditorium.1 A supper
will bo served in the Parlor from B to
10,consisting of gushers, dry holes, Cow
Run production, good ilow, headache
posts, rich bonus, otc. There will also
be a "Bureau of Oil Well Information,"
whore tho public may obtain rare in
formation as to "How to locale Gush
ers, Tho road to success, How to be
come on oil Operator, etc." This de
partment will bo in charge of tho God
dess of Success, and the Oil Well Mas
cot will bo there to assist timid and
bashful operators. Tho indications are
tho oil men will be out in force, and a
cordial invitation is extended to tho
families of such residing in our city.
Tho funeral of Elisabeth Lobdoll
will occur at 11:30 this morning at tho
home of E. J. Lobdcll.
'Squire 1$. E Guyton and W. H.
Hcnning, jr., left Tuesday morning for
Columbus to attend tho Republican
Postmaster lllenrv Roeser leavt s
this morning on his vacation, which ho
will spend in tho South. "
J. A. Plumer & Son sold, Tuesday,
a block of lots 200 feet square on Knox
street, West Side, to Mr. John Gerken.
Lot No. 2, Campub Martius, was
purchased Tuesday by Will Elston, who
will erect a fine residence upon it this
W. E. Detlor left for Corning Tues
day over the T. & O. C. E.
There will be a Potato Social in tho
United Brethern Church on tho corner
of Wooster and Mulberry streets,
Thursday eyoning March 12th. The
lady that presents the largest potato
will bo awarded a prize. Supper ten
cents, ice cream extra: Eyeryono in
vited to come.
John and Honry Wendolken, of
Portsmouth, are in the city guests of
t their mother, Mrs. Martin Wendolken,
who is recovering from an attack of
Chas. W. Jackson and-U. E. Smiley
of Beverly, were in tho city Tuesday.
Miss ICIostcrmoicr, who Is engaged
in teaching at Archers Fork, was in
tho city Tuesday, enrouto home. While
here she was tho guest of her cousin,
Tho concert giyen last night by
the Glee Club was, greeted by a tro
menduqus, .house and tho boys gavq
their hearers a good performance. Tho
programm was nopular in its makeup,
there being nothing classiei excepting
the numbers Bplendldly rondered by
Miss Emma Payne on tho 'piano. All
tho choruses wero sung in good titno
and showed extensive drill on tho part-
of tho singers Harry Teois, as a
whistler, was simply Immense and his
efforts caught round after round of
applause as did tho two Knox boys in
their thrilling interpretation "Mamio
Como Kiss Your Honey Boy!" Tho
work of Otto and Scott on banjos was
clover and well recoived.
Born, on tho 0th Inst, to Mr. and
Mrs. H. II. Largoy, Front street, a lino
boy. Weight 11 pounds.
Hon. Chas. Caldwell, of Parkers
burg, was in the city on business Tues-
C. Mi nc'' 1 met In regular session Tues
,lu. evening with the following mom
i era present! Mctncnholdcr, Bachmon
Mi.Clure, .Moore, Peters, Weber, Koch,
Iih liawui. Bicnj.ii and Mursch.
Unnn motion tho resolution subscrib
ing ?3U0 to the boiler works fund was
r.-se i do I. theC immilteeof Ten havlnir
secured tho desired amount by private
John Wlluing w.is granted the pri
vilege ol free wharf landings for his
boat nnd barges, while engaged on
tho Second street paving contract.
Property owners on Muplo street pe
titioned for a 4-foot sidowalk loading
up ilarm.ir Hill, requesting tho City to
t.ildlsh a grade. The City Engineer
treteu to 'frlvcfithouirrnd&'iiiad
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W""iW i .
questing the ljcation' of it flfo alarm
box ut the corner of Fifth and Searamel
street1-. Tho matter was referred to
the Chief and Fije Committee.
n-c nd slieet property owners of
fered a petition requesting the remoyal
of the Second street switch by tho
United Terminal Company before nd
dit onal privileges are granted to that
company. Tho petition was referred
to the Railroad Committee.
The Paving and Sewer Committees
offered a tesolution calling for plans
uud estimates necessary to complete
sewers on streets to bo paved before
tne paving is done.
The Bridge Committee was instruct
ed to dispose of old plank being re
moved from bridge.
A building permit was granted to
Henry Becker, on Fifth street.
A lesolution providing for a brick
sidewalk on the northerly side of Glen
dulu street from Cislers bridge to water
works road was read and adopted by
unanimous voto of Council.
ilie matter of uneven sidowalk on
Putnam and Front streets was referred
to the btreot Cofamiltee.
The new ordinance granting ad
ditional rights of nay to the United
Terminal Railway was passed to the
second reading and leferred back to
Council as a Committee of the Whole
for report ut tho next meeting.
Tho ordinance granting a franchise
for incandescent light'incr to A. L.
Gracey, John Kaiser and Nelson Moorp
was read the second time. Upon motion
tho ordinanco was passed to the third
reading by title and referred back to
Council as a Committco of tho Whole,
Upon motion the matter of enlarging
tho electrie light plant was referred to
the Light and Building Committees
and Electrician Hancock.
Tho Mayoi's report for the month of
February showed amount paid to city
Mr. Hancock reported hall rents for
February collected to amount of S1S0,
Receipts of Auditorium for the first
year since opening was stated to bo
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gen
erally needed, when the languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is orpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt nso of this medicino has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicino will act
moro surely in counteracting and free
ing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters, noc and St. 00 per bottle at
Styer's Drug Store.
Rollon Waleott, brother of Ed.'Wal
cott, of Watertown, died in Missouri
on tho 11th of February last, aged 48
years. Rollen enlisted in tho 4th Va.
cavalry, served 4 montns, enlisted in
the 3rd U. S. C. served 3 years, reenlist
ed and seryod !5 years more. Since his
army life ho has been in tho western
states and territories not becoming
settled to any business.
Tho Republicans of Watertown will
meet at tho Town House Saturday
evening tho 11th betweon tho hours of
0 and 8, to nominate Township officers.
Roscoi: Wolcott, Committeeman.
Rev. Abbio E. TJanforth will preach
in the Uniyersalist Church at Water
town Sunday tho 15th at 10:30 a. m.
If vou need an engine of any kind,
steam, gasoline, kerosene oil, send for
free illustrated, circular to uiias. 1",
Willaud & Co., 107 Canal St., Chicago.
Fa I rv low Heluhto.
Stehlo's Addition 25 acres, platted, easy of
access by trolley or otherwise. Lots 45 by HO
feet, streets 80 reet wido.
Call at loom B, Law Building to seo plat,
learn price's and terms.
J. D, PAVtiB, Special Act.,
It. Steule. Marietta, O.
P Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals addressed to W P. Robert
sou, Chairman of Building Committee, Mari
etta, O , will bo received until 12 o'clock, noon,
Saturday, April 4th, 18911, for tho erection of a
church building according to plans and sped-ib-ations
on lllo at office of R. It & R. C. Dawes,
Corner of Putnam and Front Sts., Marietta,
The right is resoned to reject any or all
By order of Trustees of Fourth St. Presby
terian Church, Marietta, O.
Professor nnd Mrs. M, R. Andrews
entertained tho faculties of tho Colleges
last evening in honor of Dr. Gladden. JH
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking povfder
bo pure or so great la leav
ealag power as the Royal,
(4 to 7 doset)
To anyone sending name arid a"ddrest
-ii"ort a postal t&td. i ,
Once Used, They are Always la Favor.
Hence, our object in
sending them out
They absolutely cure Sick Headache, Bil
iousness, Constipation, Coated Tongue, Poor
Appetite, Dyspepsia and kindred derange
ments of the Stomach. Liver and Bowels.
Don't accept some substitute said to be
"just as good." (
The substitute costs the dealer less.
It costs you ABOUT the same.
HIS profit is in the "just as good."
WHERE IS YOURS?
Address for Pure Sample.
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
A'o. 6C3 Main St, BUFFALO, N.
No ofiii'o complete without one.
We have another -V gross com
inf; The first G dozen went in 3
A quick, sharp blow cuts, drives
and Hindu's the staplti and feeds
the in xt one.
Machine - $1.50
St a pies per box of OGdoz .50
Marietta Book Store.
' rarroiiCT-Two furnished rooms en-suite
on ilrst lioor at J2C row th street. '
tSrrOR SALE A milch cow.
C09 Third street.
tSTDRESSMAKINQ Mrs. M. A. Payne and
Mrs Florence A. .Dye, Second Tloor Lucas
building, rront St. opposite Post Offlce.
Work guarenteed 1 w.
JKsffTOIl SALE. House and Lot, 65 by 113
ft. Inquire at 07 Smith street. Gas and good
cistern. En. SMnn.
CETThe Dnnsmoro typew rlter may be had of
F W Tomer, this city, boIo agent for Washing
ton county. e o d
Efcjyroll SALE Entiro east half of Block
13, West lde Marietta, V feet on Knox St ,
120 on Y ranklin, and 120 on Pearl -t. Will sell
as a whole.' Inquire of Dr. S. M Hart, Wittllg
building, Front street.
JSP" nil, W M. HART, Dkntist. Offlce 12
Putujm St between Front and Second.
fSTVK E. P. Unny, Dentist Office f0
Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument.
JSTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of tho eye
and littlng of glasses. Law Building Putnam
Walt for the choap excursion to Cleveland
Via the C. & M. Ry March 10th, to visit the
Forest City and see its many w inter and early
Spring attractions. Watch for the hand bills
and posters giving full particulars.
10 Houses and lot on monthly payment.
2 New Houses $350 each.
Farms to exchange for City property.
One Six Roomed House, $1,500. rMany 6ter
Houses and Jots for sal, i
WARD & STONE, MSSecond St.
J2TF0R SALE Thif-tcen of tho most deslr
ablo lots Iri" Campus Martius on good terms.
Tno houses on Third Street below Wooster at
$2,000 ard $1,900. 'House on Franklin street
$1,40 r. Two residences on Tiont street near
Wooster. Business block on Front street below
Butler with 20 feet front, $COO0.
All kinds of real estato bought and sold.
J IA. Plumeb & Son,
Cor. Putnam and Second Sts.
G. IS. SUNDERLAND,
Real Estate and Patent Offlce, Opposite Union
Depot, Marietta, Ohio.
Four houses, (3C0, COO, $700 and (800.
Good City Property for Sale at a Bargain.
Three New Houses on Third street, two of
them with all modern improvements. Prices
as follows: $2,000, $2,200, $2,000.
Two Houses on Sixth street. Prices, $1,000
and $ oo
Two Houses on West'Side, (Both New,) Out
of High Water. Prices, $2,200, $1,800.
Farm for Sale.
Call and sec me before buying.
GEO B. SUNDEIlLAND.
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Thin is iliu
.. V ' . i lit
All Fashion authorities agree that Shirt Waists will be more
popular than ever. The plaids are 25c, 50c and 85c.
Fine Dress Trimmrngs.
All the new and stylish things you read about. Gome and see
TURNER .& CO.
Is tho best salesman on earth. A fact we never lose sight of. The
low prices on everything we sell make this store so popular. No
variations in our methods it's our constant endeavor to place' relia
ble merchandise of all kinds so low as not only to retain the enviable
patronage we enjoy, but add new friends to the list each day.
Novelties in Dress Goods.
Everything that is new and pretty, all this season's choicest textures
and newest shades. Mohairs in plain and Jacquard weaves, all
qualities, at lowest prices.
Headquarters for Black Goods.
All wool Serges, Henriettas, Brocades, Orepons and Mohair novelties.
NEW WASH GOODS.
New embroideries, new laces in fact each department is filled
with choice new goods. Call and see us. "
A full supply of the popular Standard publications can bo found
at our store at all times. A large stock of up-to-date and stylish
patterns just received.
172 FKONT STEEET.
Xl!. -tit. vV. Mt. Jilt. ift. vVK. K. I. &'. HI. 4,11.
Down Go the Bicycles.
We have decided to give all a chance to get a wheel.
We wijl sell wheels on 10 profit. This brings them in
reach of all. We guarantee every wheel we sell.
This is Cash only.
Hagan & Seined,
229 Second Street, - - Opp. Union Depot.
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i?!?!?5!? vi?5! "sw ! -Vi- -viv" vw w
Yes, we know we can say that ior we have them
and in a nicer variety" oi styles than any one
else in this part ot the state Our whole time
and room is.given to mantel grates and tile. 'We
have "been in this business for over five years and
have made it our most careful study. Our prices
are no guess prices hut actual cost with merely
a living profit. Come and see our line; we like ,
to show you our goods arid can save you at least
SO per cent, in this line. Just give us a cg,ll arid
H. A. Wagner & Bro,. . 404':Tnird st
Is w Fairly opened,
and we are better than
ever prepared to render
a satisfactory service
to those who like to bay
of a first-class Dry
Goods Store. ,'
The New Dress Goods
' "'"'are hererad:Cyfat-y,'
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