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thinking of gettlutf your
If so, of course you want the
Most Natural Expression,
And a "SrKAKiso" Likeness.
In short THE BEST, which overy body
knows is made by
The Marietta Picture Man.
The Lnrgest Picture and the Smallest
Camera Combined for ?5.00.
For Sale by
, THE JEWEEEB !
120 Putnam street. Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse
Hike at 555,00. $15.00 down, 83.75 per
week for 4 weeks and $2.50 per week
thereafter until paid for. Speciflations:
oj op. tnoh mmi. Hirmiucham seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nickled handle bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oil
fpmnrirl nnd dust nroof.
There nro no stampings or castings
on this wheel; it is strictly nign graae,
warranted to bo perfect in every re
spect and stands the test
BIG FOUR CY6LE CO.,
Ill) Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
And Most Others
Know well the charm of soft, white
hands and a fair complexion.
It's Easv to keep the complexion
right if you use right soap.
We've made toilet soaps a study, and
belieye we know good soap when we
Those who buy "complexion" and
I mother kinds here, are sure to get their
money's worth, and a well sorted stock
to choose from.
With us you get just what you pay
for; "honest soaps at safe prices every
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Mary O. Keyes and Charles E. Keyes, resid
ing at the City or Portland, In the State of Ore
Son, will take notice that on the 20th day ot
uly. 1690, Joseph H. Rlggs filed his petition In
for Washington County, Ohio, In case No. 8811,
against the above named parties, and others,
praying for the foreclosure of a mortgage made
bv Mary C, Keyes and Charles E. Keyes to M.
w. Tobey, and assigned and transferred to
this plaintiff, on the following premises: "The
one-sixth part of the undivided following real
eatate.sltuated In Washington County .Ohio.to
Svlt: So much of IB 7-10 acre lot No. 10, as lies
north of that part of said lot No. 10, formerly
owned by E. Benedict, as by him now fixed and
defined, containing 14 MO acres more or lese.
Also 0 SIMM acres lots Nos. 28 and 27, all In
S 25 T 1 It. IK
Also 60 acres the middle part of the 8. 100
ncres from the S. E. H. of S.2B, T, l.R. 9, bound
ed on the E. and W. by the lands formerly
owned by F. Stone, except 10 48-100 acres sold to
the B. & O. R R. Co. May 27th, 170, recorded
In Vol. 70, at pages :
I 20J, IK
204 and 205, to which
aa v.fAr.npA 1 hprpbv made for a more nap
" tlcular dlscrlptlon. Also except the right of
way to said railroad over and across lots Nos.
Also except a parcel ot land sold to Wm.
Parker, and described as follows: Commencing
at an iron post In the county road on the line
between the lands of C. Cook, deceased, and
the land owned by the B.& O. R. R. Co., thence
S. ISdeg. E. 160 ft; thence N. 17 deg. E. 80 ft. to
a post; thence N. 13 deg W. 100 ft. to an Iron
post to the above county road1 thence S. 47deg.
W. 80 ft. to the place of beginning, containing
80-100 of an acre more or less, ull In the central
part of the 8. E. K 3-M. T- 2. R. U, being 80 ft.
on tho codnty road and extending back 100 ft.
Given to secure a debt for the Bum ot $550, with
Interest from April 8th. 1895.
Said oartles are required to answer on or be
fore the 20th day of September. 1890, or judg
vnAnt. mnv Ha tnlrpn RCT&lnSt Infim,
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Aug. Hth, 0 wks.
Real Estate tor Sale.
OEO. B. SDNnmtUlND, 231 SECOND STltEtT, OP
POSITE OOTOH DEPOT.
7 Houses on Front street 11,700, 1,800, 2,000,
Second street 1,700, 2,000. ..
12 Room House below Butler street 13,000.
Third street Houses, $1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,600, 2,000, 8,000.
Fourth street (1,000, 1,800, 2,300, 5,000.
Fifth street 1800, 2,000, 8,050.
Sixth street l,(o, 2 000, 2,600,
Warren street J700, 800, ooo, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, 11,200, lot 180 by ISO.
Wanted for stand rights at Barlow
Fair, September 24th and 25th. For
further particulars address the Secre
tary, V. P. Demlng. Barlow, Ohio.
MARI&Ttf A MilY LE&6M
FRIDAY. 8EPT. 4, 1800
PERSONAL AND LOCAL.
The management of the Fair came
In last night to say that the balloon
would go up today at 2 o'clock, rain or
shine goatB and all. Tho nsconslbn
might have been made yesterday had
tho aeronaut and his helpers got nt
tholr work sooner. It would bo down
right refreshing to see a thing of this
kind occur on time.
Gon. Dawes met with an accident
yesterday afternoon whllo in front of
his houso on his tricycle. In backing
the machine, It overturned and the
General struck the pavement so that
his loft shoulder was dislocated, The
General stood tho opeiatlon of return
ing the joint to placo very well, and is
getting along nicely.
Cards of inyltatlon have been re
ceived by friends In this city, asking
them to be present at tho marriage of
Miss Mary Humes, formerly of Mari
etta, now of Urbana, to Mr. L. G.
Browne. Miss Ilume's friends will bo
happy to extend congratulations.
Tim Penwell, of the Natlonnl Sup
ply company, Slstersvllle, is spending
a two weeks' vacation with his parents
in this city.
Q Special sale of cents' working
shirts all this week at Bee Hive.
S. A. D. Walters, a Caldwell drug
gist, assigned Wednesday to Attorney
H. W. Kuntz. Assets and liabilities
Inspectors Maddy and Morgan
were compelled to take one man'b li
cense away from him for life Tuesday.
II o is one of the best of engineers, but
seems unable to control his appetite
for liquor. There are others running
on boats out of this port who will be
looked after later. Our Inspectors
mean business and are to bo congratU'
lated on tho course they are pursuing,
People's lives should not be risked
with drunken crews. Galllpolis Trib
The Mariettas will play tho Buck
shoes of Zanesvllle at Rlvorylew Park
Sunday, Sept. 0th. The Z. & O. R. Ry.
to accommodate tho Marietta "fans"
will run a special train. Round trip,
$1.25, including admission to game.
All members of Buell Post, G. A.
B aro earnestly requested to meet to
night, as business of great Importance
is to be transacted.
The pony drawing will take place
at the Fair Grounds today.
Walter Lawrence, aged 5 years,
died of membranous croup at the home
of his father, Henry Lawrence. Sixth
street. Funeral from residence Friday
afternoon at threo o'clock.
Special opening of pattern hats at
Bee Hive Store.
Barlow Bros.' Minstrels opened the
season at the Auditorium last night
and drew a fine audience. Tho com
pany is well balanced and presents an
entertainment that is appreciated by
the most exacting. The work of Mr.
Harry Ward, the next "President of
Minstrelsy," was especially acceptable
and the singing was all good. Tho en
tertainment will be repeated tonight.
Tho Marietta team met grim,
gaunt-eyed defeat at Barnsvllle Thurs
day after they had practically won the
game. In tho seventh inning the
score stood 7 to 0 in Marietta's favor,
when Purcell seemed to lose his grip
and Barnsvllle pounded out nine runs.
Blongh wus substituted and tho Mari
ettas tried hard to overcome the slump,
but the final score was 12 to 9 in favor
of Barnosyllle. McGinnes pitched for
Barnesylllo and allowed- Katietta 11
The Warren M. E. church will glye
a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D.
M. Robison, Sept 11th, afternoon and
evening. All invited.
Parkersburg defeated Nelsonylllo
Thursday by a score of 18 to 0.
Col. A. W. McCormick returnod to
Cincinnati at 11:25 last night.
Just receiving a lot of pattern hats
which can be seen today at Bee Hive.
The Comrades of the 77th O. V. V. I.
tendered a vote of thanks Thursday
evening to Buell Post G. A. R. for the
use of their hall for the 24th annual re
union." In Newport township Tuesday tho
residence of William Crumbley was de
stroyed by fire resulting from a defect
Miss Stella Nixon leaves today for
Cleveland on a business trip.
The county fair this year boasts a
"Midway Plaisance" attraction.
Mrs. Caleb Thornlley, of Sand Hill,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Isaac Talbot,
Miss Mary Rose, of Coal Run, was
tho guest of relatives In the city Thurs
day. An old gentleman named Smith
was robbed of his trousers at the Brad
ford House last night The garment
contained ?4Q In money.
Mrs. L. P. Heston and son left
Thursday morning for Pittsburg, after
a pleasant visit with her mother, Mrs.
D. H. Young, They were accompanied
by Miss Bertha Young, who will spend
a few days in tho Smoky City.
E. Frank Gates has been appointed
Inspector of the new sewer work.
Don't miss seeing the pattern hats
today at Bee Hive.
Deputy U. a Marsnal W. E. Mason
was down from Columbus Thursday
assisting Brother McKinney, of tho
Times, in running the Democratic Coun
M. G. Cole has accepted a position
with the Standard Oil Company and
left Thursday for Bluofleld, W. Va., to
begin his work.
Special sale all this week a't Bee
Mr. Thomas Fisher, of Elba, wnsln
the city on business Thursday.
In Probate Court Thursday a mar
riage ltconse was issued to Stephen M.
Root, aged 04, and Elizabeth Nuzutn,
aged 00, both of Bel pro.
Special prices all this week on
shirtwaists, hosiery, underwear, tow
els and toweling atBee Hive.
Tho latest from the Fisher Oil Comp
any's well at Benwood, Monroe
county, is to tho effect that the salt
water is diminishing and tho oil in
creasing, until tho production is now
over 100 barrels. All tho available ter
ritory In the near vicinity is under
lease and big figures nro asked for it.
Two thousand feet southeast of the
Dyo well Forst
& Brown havo drilled
,, , ,,
ldren nnd have a fair
in on J. J. Holdren
The Wheeling Gas Company have
started a now well on the B. F. Riggs
farm on the West Virginia Bide near
Raven Rock, tho tools having been lost
In the first hole and abandoned.
The well on Goddard, three miles
from Cutler, is in and dry at a depth of
The Btszantz & Buckly well at Tun
nel struck a heavy flow of gas Thurs
day morning and the derrick was
burned, causing a loss of about 31,000.
The Ponnsboro Lover has this to say
of the Cairo well : "The well is various
ly estimated as to production, every
body is excited In that section, the well
is rated high and so is territory. There
is no question but that it will boom
that section nnd development will
take on now life and everybody living
in that locality, in his estimation will
bo an oil king. It is hoped that tho
fondest anticipations may be realized.
But oil booms and strikes are both un
certain, while one may collapse, the
other may not hit Everybody In
Ritchie county will be benefitted if tho
strike shall prove a substantial one."
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 torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicino hab
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fovers. No medicino will act
more suroly in counteracting and free
ing the system from tho malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitters. 50c and ?1.00 per bottle at
Styer's Drug Store.
New York 10
St. Louis 7
St. Louis 8
Brooklyn 53 59 473
New York 54 01 470
Washington 44 00 400
St, Louis 85 70 307
Louisville 29 60 200
Thursday's attendance was tho larg
est for many years and at least 0000
people were on tho grounds. The
number of tickets sold at the gate Whs
above 4000 and tho receipts from this
source exceeded SHOO. Owing to the
wind Prof. Eisley was unable to make
his balloon ascension, but tho races
and other attractions were good, nnd
notwithstanding the drizzling rain the
crowd wont away well satisfied.
Following is the result of tho races:
Mary C. first, Billy H. second, Ar
chie S. third, Newport Jim fourth.
Best time, 2:20X.
2:20 and 2:24 mixed.
Philbert first Acme Girl second,
Whirlwind third, Big York fourth.
Best time 2:22f.
HALF MILK RUNNING.
Holly Wood first, Red Cross second.
Best time, .51.
From a letter written by Rev. J.
Gunderman, of Dlmondalo, Mich., wo
are permitted to make this extract: "I
havo no hesitation in recommonding
Dr. King's Now Discovery, as tho re
sults wero almost marvelous in the case
of mv wife. While I was pastor of tho
Baptist Church at Rtves Junction she
was brought down with Pneumonia
succeeding La Grippe. Terrible parox
ysms of coughing would last for hours
with little interruption and it seemed
as if she could not survive them. A
friend recommended Dr, King's Now
Discovery; it was quick in its work
and highly satisfactory in results."
Trial bottles' free at W. H. Styer's
Drug Store. Regular size 50c. nnd L 00
A Two Years' Conflict With a
Nights and Weary
From Buffalo News.
Mr. Chas. W. Marsh, ex-Deputy
Sheriff, and now following the profes
sion of private detective, resides at 25
Bromen street, Buffalo, N. Y. Mr.
Marsh has had many wonderful exper
iences, but none huyo caused him so
much trouble and never was relief more
welcome than in tho case ho relates
here. He says:
"For about two yours I suffered at
times most Intensely with kidney com
plaint; the pain across tho small of my
back was almost unendurable. I have
thought ray only relief would be at the
hospital. At night I always seemed to
be worse and unable to got my natural
sleep. I havo much walking to do,
and often came home feeling so sick
and wearied that I could not eat my
meals. My head ached incessantly, "l
have despaired time and again of get
ting relief. Happening to see an ad
vertisement in the Buffalo papers of
Doan's Kidney Pills, I thought they
might help me. although I sometimes
","'?ed Tn,ftroublB V.I?e f,.rhouma"
origin. I got some of the kidney pills,
and after tho first box I noticed a de
cided change. I continued their use,
and I am happy to say that to-day I am
a well man, the headache has entirely
disappeared, my back Is stronger and
the pain has left it At the present
time I am engaged In detective, work,
Involving a great deal of walking; still
I am able to Ho down to rest at night,
feeling free from the aches and pains
that formerly made my life miserable,
rising in the morning refreshed from
natural sleep" I would like to tell the
many sufferers, such as I have been,
what a valuable remedy they will find
in Doan's Kidnov Pills. I write to you,
tne proprietors of Doan's Kidney Plus,
to asknowledge their merit, and feel
that I cannot say enough in praise of
them. You aro at liberty to use this
letter in any way you choose. Even
then it will be a small way indeed of
showing my gratitude and my wish
that others should benefit likewise."
Doan's Kidney Pills are sold by all
dealers. Price 50 cents per box, or six
boxes for $2.50. Sent by mail on re
ceipt of price. Foster-Milburn Co., sole
agents for the U. S., Buffalo. N. Y.
in a Nutshell.
Let us nil be thankful that the 'finan
cial question has at last been finally
It Is so easy that anybody might have
All that is needed is that tho gov
ernment of tho United States shall
agree to pay $1.29 to anyone who will
bring it GO cents' worth of silver.
If this is done our financial troubles
will immediately disappear. Prices will
advance. Wages-will go up. Everybody
will haie plenty of money. We shall
have at once the only perfect financial
monetary system known in history.
The age of miracles is not past.
N. Y. World.
Sco To It That Your Salary Doesn't Shrink.
This represents the purchasing power
of the v cekly wages of a man who earns
$1,000 a year under the gold standard.
This is what his pay would buy under
freo silver with the debased dollar as
tho unit of values.
2T Wanted, a house haing from live to
seven rooms, between Washington and Put.
nam streets. Address Mri. Henry Leonardi
E37Geo. Curtis, teamster, carefully attends
to all work Intrusted to him. Address 721 Sec
ond street, city.
JtjyMr.s. o. J. Shannon, M. D , 202Scammel
street, near Second. Diseases peculiar to
women and testing eyes and llttlag glasses a
JtgyROOM FOR RENT. Lady preferred.
Inquire at corner of Fifth and Putnam, Lower
SB. F. Hart H. D , Physician and Surgeon
Office and Residence No. 310 Front street. Te
lephone No. 61. tl.Janl.'OB.
(37F0R SALE. House and Lot. 85x113
feet. Five room House. Will sell the same
cheap. Inquire En. Smith,
507 Smith Street.
JEfiy-For sale or rent Pleasant Hill farm,
four miles northeast of Marietta. Address
Henry Leonard, Marietta, O.
53f"MoNEY to Loan. Apply at Room S,
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
KB-CHAS. S. HART, M. D office and res!
dence No. 800 Putnam street. Telephone 209.
SP-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
ISTDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Weis' Groceryc
rSTDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
t"Dn. E. K Enny, Dentist. Office 804
Front street, opposlto Soldiers Monument.
tdr. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
IW8, M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
lig's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from
0 a. m. to 5 p.m.
tUf FOR SALE. A business room on Front
street above Greene, with lot 16x160 ft. at (200
per foot. A six room house on Third street
with lot 45xlS0 ft. at 81130. A large business
room for rent. House and lot on the corner of
Eighth and Warren streets, (1000. An eight
room house on Third street above Putnam,
J3000. Several lots from 1100 to J3C0 on month
J. A. PUJMER & SON.
tS'-FOR SALE. College property on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, on easy
terms. Lots in "Emerson Heights" Sub-division
and six acres adjoining Corp. line at low
prices. Several residence properties in the
city for sale. Terms made easy. Farm in De
catur Tp. for sale or exchange. Three new
Houses on monthly payments, 4 and 6 rooms
Call and see us when looking for property.
Wahd & Stoke,
2!5 Second Street.
CLOAKS FOR LITTLE FOLKS!
Babies and little tots
them out in the pure air.
Jackets and Long Cloaks for Little Girls--pretty
and stylish at moderate prices.
If you prefer to make the little cloak let us
show you an elegant line of Eiderdown Cloths
and other pretty materials.
S. R. TURNER & CO.
Often effects the sale of goods; but we prefer to submit facts rather
than bluster to people whose trade we seek.
It is a fact that we are selling goods cheaper than any competitor;
we do not mean to say this in a blustering or blowing way. All we
ask is your careful inspection of our goods and that will be proof
Cream Bleached Damasks
The Scotch make, fills the hand;
made of pure ilax and will bleach
in two or three washings. We
bought them cheap and you're go
ing to get the benefit.
Those Fabric Gloves, Fast
They don't go fast enough, we're
clean up at One Half Price.
New Fall Goods are beginning to arrive and you should visit the
store each day and see the pretty new goods; and don't forget that all
summer goods are being closed out at greatly reduced prices.
Standard Patterns are in the Lead.
172 FRONT STREET.
20 Per Cent
This is What We Are
Giving OFF on
For 30 Days, as our
Stock is too large
and must be
Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Rank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
In Times ot Heat Prepare tor Cold I
That is a good sentiment, and is it not good business to
attend to your needs in the Mantel and Grate Line nt
this time ?
It is our pleasure to announce that rigit noxo we aro equipped with
the biggest and best selected Btock of Tiles and Mantels ever brought
to Marietta. Every word of this is true and you can verify it by
calling on us at 404 Third Street.
H. A. WAGNER & BRO.
will thrive if you keep
Of course Wraps are
necessary but you will
have no trouble to find the
right one if you come to
the right place. Prices for
all pocket books.
Infants' Long Cloaks
at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
$ 1 .75, $2, and higher all
but the cheapest hand
First Short Cloaks at
about the same line of
2G and 2S inch for men and wo
men; you know a good umbrella
when you see it. We cordially
invite your inspection of the same.
They'll shed rain as a duck sheds
water and are the kind to buy.
Black and Fancy Stockings
going to sell them this week
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M& Jip MiK. WiJ. -tie-
For Pipe Cutting and
all kinds of Machine
Work, new and repair,
Third and Butler Sts.
VI P W "MS W ? W- ?( V-
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis