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The Policy of This Store
Is to gain tlio friendship nod cstoom of
every patron who cntors within its
We want you to feel that every atom
of business intelligence wo possess is
being1 used to further your buying in
terests, firmly believing that by so do
ing wo best further our own.
Thore are no class distinctions hero.
The young and old, the rich and poor
can alike feel assured of a cordial re
ception, and a careful consideration of
their buying needs.
It is to the loyalty of our buying
public that we owe our growth.
Here's a fresh list of bright now
merchandise for you to pick from.
And not an unworthy thing among
them. Made by artists who know how
to work in all theso littlo tips. It
doesn't cost much to bo handsomely
cloaked when you buy here.
A very fine wool Uoucll Jackot,
Doublo Breast, High Collar, two rows
buttons, a most stylish garment $4.98.
A Jacket of Fine Imported Kersey,
full lined with fine taffeta, a very
choice garment, $10.93.
A Pine Black and Brown Astraken
Bouclc Jacket lined with fine taffetas,
A Seal Flush Jet and Braid trimmed
edged with fur, silk lined, good length,
Flno Boucll thibet trimmed, colored
silk lining, at $4.03.
About 100 Sample Coats and Jackets
left, closing out at very low prices, 50c,
$1.00, $2.00, $a00, $4.00 and $5.00 for the
A few Beaver and fine wool Cashmere
Shawls closing out cheap.
BLACK GOODS BUDGET.
Once In a while wo are fortunate
enough to get hold of certain lots of
theso standard dress scuffs at a liberal
discount from their actual market
value. This is one of those chances,
and you get the full benefit of the
40-inch all wool, silk finish Henriet
ta at 50c, regular price, 9Sc
45-inch all wool Brocade at 5Se, good
value at $1.00.
Mohairs in 40, 45 and 48-iuch, fine
quality, at 48c, 5Sc and 75c a yd.
Cloakincs IK yd wide Astrakan Bou-
cle in Black, Brown and Blue at S1.75
and $1.50 per yard. Great values.
Dress Skirts, full length, full lined,
at $1.75, $2.25 and $3.00.
' TABLE NAPERY.
Our stock of fine linen table goods
and napkins are showing best values.
Your money will go a long way in fine
goods. A call to see them will be ap
preciated. BIG LOTS OF BLANKE'lS
Are going to be sold in this stock
during this month. Wo'vo sold many
blankets iu our line, but their prices
are away below any previous offering.
WINTER UNDERWEAR-Flood tide
now in this bustling secrion. We
pride ourselves on tn great values we
are able to offer. Gents, Ladies,
Misses and Children can be suited in
this stock, in quality and prices.
We've underwear lor winter at 25c. 35c
50c and 9Sc. Extra quality, all wool
underwear at 75e and U8c.
A NOTION COMMOTION Caused by
the little prices at which these little
things are sold in this wide awake
store. Ribbons, buttons, luces, elastic
belts, purses, at away down prices.
We aro making the wool fly if some
of it is mixed, and we know the quality
and value is good. We are prepared
with n full btock of clothintr, under
wear, neekwear, gloves, hats and caps
for all persons. Everything at lowest
prices. Call and see.
Queenswaro department now putting
on style for thanksgiving customers.
New and chaEte designs und pretty
decorations. Kalves and forks to
Silverware of all kinds, teapots,
sugar bowls, creumors, spoen holders,
ladles, trays, &c. Tea and tablespoons
knives and forks away below any prev
Jewelery, clock and watch depart
ment; all repairing done at low rates.
All goods warranted.
The purest groceries we can buv;
citrons 15c a lb.; starch 3 lbs. for 10c;
new mountain buckwheat Hour 3e a lb;
a full stock of good things to eat at
lower prices than elsewhere.
The Health Club Books on sale; the
general membership book only $1.03,
guarantee it or money refunded.
Musical Instruments at lowest prices.
Sdecial new goods in all departments.
Remember that we cannot tell abont
only a small part of our bargains each
week, but invite you to come and Fee
and buy at
159 Front St. Marietta, 0
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Salisbury Agrees to Arbitrate
the Venezuelan Question.
A Commission of Five is to Decide,
King Oscar Being One.
The Other Tour Aru to Ho Dwilgnntcit,
Two by thu Lord Chlor Justice ot
Knclaml nntl Ino by the Chief
Justlco of thu United Stntos.
Washington, Nov. 11. livery indi
cation points to thu probability that
within the next 15 or '20 dayb Sir Julian
Pauncoloto and Secretary Olney, plen
ipotentiary appointed for that purpose
by their respective governments, may
bo able to hlgu hero in Washington the
protocol o( a proposed treaty to be sub
sequently submitted to thoir respective
gocrnnients for approval which will
include within its provisions a method
of arbitrating the boundary lino be
tween Venezuela and British Guiana.
Tho exact terms of this important
convention aro not yet definitely set
tled far less signed On the contrary
verbal changes aro continually being
suggested and agreed upon or modified
by cable messages between tho pleni
potentiaries and the British foreign of
fice. But that essential basis of the
treaty hus been agreed supon is made
clear in tho correspondence which Sec
rotary Olney Tuesday afternoon felt
justified in malcing public af
ter Lord Salisbury's significant
speech at tho London Mansion house
Monday night. The basis agreed on is
that in the "settled distiicts" a term
of CO years of undisputed rcsirtenco shall
be considered as giving the right to
possession. The acceptance of this
condition by Great Britain is regarded
as a distinct concession, inasmuch as it
brings under tho award of the arbitra
tion tribunal (which is to consist of
five distinguished persons not citizen's
of American state) all tlio districts
which have been settled since tho cele
brated Schomburgk lino wus drawn in
It may take some days further to ar
rango details as to time and place of
meeting of tho tribunal and as to tho
selection of the arbitrators, but there
is every reason to believe that tho
piesidentmay be able to announce to
congress when it meets in December
next tho signing of the preliminary
protocol and to submit t to the senate
That this is a strong probability is
made clear by the announcement au
thorized by tlio Venezuelan commis
sion Tuesday afternoon that it will
suspend the preparation of its report
for tho present, but will proceed with
tlio compilation of the important data
it lias collected.
Washington, Nov 11. Tho king of
Sweden and Norway. Oscar II, has
been chosen by treaty between
tho United States and Great Brit
ain as the fifth or final arbi
trator of tho Venezuelan boundary
question. The other arbitrators, four
in number, nre to be designated, two
by tho lord chief justice of Ihigland
and two by tho thief justice of the
'Hits is tho final and most import
ant feature of the treaty for tho com
plete adjustment of the long pending
Venezuelan controversy. The treaty
was concluded in Washington Monday
night, at thu British embassy, Sir
Julian Iiunccfoto representing her
Biitaunie majesty, and Secretary Ol
ney the United States.
Ib-.il B n dill for a Cmiferencd of the
I'rleniU of It f mi,
Ci.lvki.and, O., Nov. 11. Common
wcaler J. S. Coxey has called a confer
ence of all fi lends of tho initiative and
referendum and other reforms to meet
at the Lindcll hotel, St Louis, Janu
ary 13, lb07. At this meeting a plat
form will be presented declaring for
the demonetization of gold asweli as
silver, state ownership of all railways,
highways, waterways and telegraph
and telephone lines; municipal owner
ship of all street car lines, water
works, market houses, electric light
and gas plants, woman's suffrage and
election of president by direct voto of
the people. A.'so that national banks
should loan money to the people at
'Hollar Wheat" I'rotiahlr,
New Yobk, Nov. 11. 'IDollar wheat"
appears to bo in sight, and the pros
pect is that tho flow of gold from Eu
rope will soon be resumed. Cashwheat
No. 2 red. tho standard grade", sold
Tuesday at 01c a bushel. On August
14 last it sold nt 04 cents. The gain in
less than three months has been tiO
cents a bushel.
.1 J ...I II MIIIM I
To be Given Away
hi mm HSk m
I mw h H HI IH Pl M II'' Bfl H
One Couvon tn each
COUPONS GIVE PULL INFORMATION AND LIST OF VALUABLE ARTICLES.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of Valuable Artidtt vsUh Explanation hoie to get them,
THE BLOCH BROS; TOBACCO CO.. WBEEUMQ,
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Qdthered From Alt 1'itr, ts of the Country
The Spanish war offices are prepar
ing to send 20,000 moro troops to Cuba.
The steamer Cadiz has sailed from
Cadiz with a cargo of munitions of
'J he Union Pacific fast mail, bound
west, ditched four passenger cars noar
Ogallalla, Neb., Wednesday morning
about 1 o'clock. Tho only person seri
ously hurt was Pat Dunphrey, of
Grand Island, internally.
The hall of tho Des Moines Turner
society, on Eighth street, Des Moines,
la., burned Tuesday afternoon, caus
ing a loss of S15,00J. V. Ii. Shepherd
and Jacob Harris, two firemen, wcro
seriously injured by a falling wall.
The Heading Co. has issued orders
reducing the working time at Its car
shops in Reading, Pa., from ten to
nine hours Tuesday. Tl.e order affects
tho entire sjstem. This reduction of
time is customary at this season of tho
Tho Iowa Savings bank, at Sioux
City, failed Tuesday, posting a notice
on its door that it had suspended pay
ment. The bank had suffered a steady
withdrawal of deposits since tho fail
ure of the Sioux national bank several
In the supremo court in Troy, N. Y.,
Tuesday afternoon, ex-County Treas
urer George M. Morrison pleaded
guilty to two indictments for misap
propriating county funds and was sen
tenced to ten years and live months in
Two masked robbers entered tho
storo of T, G. Harris, in the town of
Lancaster, Dallas county, Tex., Mon
day night and, covering a clerk with
their pistols, forced him to open tho
safo and give up S-100. The robbers aro
being pursued by a sheriff's posse.
The Paul Paper Mill company, Me-
nasha. Wis , made an assignment for
tho benefit of creditors, ihe assets
are S100.000 and liabilities half this
amount. The concern lost heavily by
Chicago ai-d Minneapolis failures
which brought about tho assignment
Myron It. Kent, who, as Thomas
Pancoast, robbed an Akron, O., bank
of S3O.O0O in 1872, and, in 1804, hired a
man to murder his wife at Mandan, N.
D., will hang at Fargo on Thursday
unless Gov. Allen interferes Tho
governor is not likely to act in Kent's
A terrible railway disaster occurred
at Sokolka, in the government of
Grodno, Wednesday. The St. Peters
burg and Warsaw express, while run
ning at a high rate of speed, came into
collision with a freight train, com
pletely wrecking the engine and tho
entire number of cars comprising the
express and killing six persons and in
juring thirteen others, some of whom
Fire started in Bugbee's drug store,
located in the Front Strecthotel build
ing, Traverse City, Mich., early Wed
nesday morning, and before it was got
ten under control that building and 13
others were destroyed. Thu losses ag
gregate $55,000, with only 510,000 in
surance. Edw. Newberry, a porter in
the hotel, was burned to death. There
were SO guests and boarders in tlio
hotel, but all escaped.
The seventieth annual meeting of
the geneial missionary committee of
tho Methodist Episcopal church was
callvd to order in tho Central M. E.
church, Detroit, Mich., Wednesday
morning, by Bishop Edward C. An
drews. All of tho bishops of tho
church were in attendance, except
Bishops, Vincent, Joyce, Taylor and
Goodsell, the last three named being
out o the United States on an cvan
'Iho Grentt-st Majority.
Dnxvrii, Col., Nov. 11. The official
returns show that the majority for
John 1'. Shafroth in the First congres
sional, district of Colorado is 51,373.
This is tho greatest mnjority. over
cH'en a" member of congress sluca tho
'foundation of our government.
Situation In CtwiituntlnoploUaiiceroui.
London, Nov. 11. The Daily News'
Vienna correspondent telegraphs that
reports from Constantinoplo show that
thu situation there is very dangerpus.
The families of most of the diplomats
have left the city.
4 Italhiuy Olllelul llobbeil.
Chicago, Nov. 11. Armed with re
volvers two men enter thu Chicago and
Great Western Railway depot at May
wood, two miles west of the city limits,
Tuesday evening, and, after scouring
550, made their escape.
Alabama Lcglilaturo Meetn.
MoNfGosiEiu-, Ala., Nov. 11. The
legislature met Tuesday. Voting for
United States' senator'will begin on tha"
24th' inst. Senator Fugh, Gov. Gates,
Gen. Pcttus and Hon. John Ii, Rank,
head are announced candidates or the
in Articles of Real Value
5 cent Package and Aro Coupons in each 10 cent
Tobacco Is sold bv all Dealers.
We have a few moro of thoso good
wheel (SUNOL) for sale yot. Also sev
eral good second-hand wheels at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and other NEW
WHEELS in tho Livery are all in first
class order and well taken eare of.
When you want to take a ride como and
Our REPAIR SHOP is running full
timo and doing first class work lit a
reasonable price. We uro putting iu
all the latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad ithe break, cuts or
tears in tiro can be easily repaired on
Wo have made arrangements with
our KsrcitT repair man for steady work
tho year around. Giye him a chance to
show you how well he can repair your
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 18. 229 Second street
The undeislsned will offer for sale at Public
Auction, at the late residence of William V.
Qumn deceased, in Palmer Township. Wash
ington County, Ohio, on tho 11th day of Novem
ber, 1S, the Goods and chattels of said de
ceased, consisting In part of 133 fleeces of wool.
177 shocks of corns, farming Implements, 8 0
bushels of grain, a lot of hay In mow, a lot ot
lumber, shingle mill, gum belt and other arti
cles too numerous to mention. Sate to com
mence at 10 o'clock, foienoon. Terms Pur
chases amounting to three dollars or less to bo
paid In cash ; above that sum, notes on three
months, with two good sureties will be taken.
Melussa n. quinn, Administratrix
October 17th, IbDO
Jolm R. McLean's
Without a single exception, there
is beyond doubt no greater or more
popular newspaper in the United
States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ;
or a more successful publisher than
its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean.
The old-time prices for the Daily
Enquirer have been maintained, and
its circulation largely increased each
year; hard times and cheaper jour
nals failing to arrest its onward march
and high appreciation of the public
for its true worth and merit.
The"Veekly Enquirer at beginning
of the campaign year was offered at
50 cents a year, and its circulation
increased by the addition of over
200,000 new subscribers; the most
substantial and coveted testimonial a
publisher could desire.
When asked for the secret of such
success, Mr. McLean frankly answers :
The Enquirer has no opinions to force
upon its patrons, it simply prints the
facts and tells the truth that the reader
may form his own opinions. By
maintaining the price of the paper,
more news and greater variety can be
furnished, and every class of business
interests catered to, which a cheaper
journal cannot afford,
The very liberal support given the
Enquirer by the public at large, makes
it incumbent upon the management
to serve it faithfully with zeal and en
terprise in minor matters as well as
those of greater magnitude.
Trudo Actlvo nt I.o-ansport.
LooANSi'oitT, JInd., Nov, 11. Elliott
& Co., wholesale grocers, report largo
orders from their salesmen sent out!"
tho latter part of the week. They had'
lovoral large orders contingent on Mc
TJie Deadlock Continued.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 11. After hav
ing taken in all 23 ballots and failing
to nominate a sonator tho democratic
caucus Tuesday night adjourned until
to the Users of
MAILED OX REQUEST.
jW t f r f
Ciiaeles w. iuoiiakds,
Ofllco on Putnam Street, Marietta, O.
, Attorney at Law,
Oalto lu Law Unlldlni;, Matlctta, '.)
Attorney at Lsvr and Notary Public,
Ofllco on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor nt Law.
Room s Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
t oomis vr. a.
JU ttornoy At Law ,
Offlco KaaLoor. Front and Putnam. Marietta.
J P. WABD.
Roal Kstato and Loan Agent,
Hccond St., o;ip. Union Depot. Marietta, O
DK. C. W. EDDV.
Office No. 304- Front Street,
Opposite SoIdlcrB Monument. Uesldenoe t'n
GIB Fwurth SUeut. Telonhone connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. T. KRAI"!
HAMILTON &. KRAFT,
Offlco loom, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE A FOLLETT.
Attomeyo M i.v,
Offlco In Law Building.
Attormy at Law,
Offloe In Law Building. yailttt-i. it
UNDEBWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Stroets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
SJ. MATH AWAY,
Attorney at a.nw.
Ovei Leader Ofllco. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAMEB Be CURTIS,
Phyolclano and Surgoono.
Office and resilience, on Second street, tliree
doors above tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, qb aro
also his Calcoa and Inno. Plnoat
Noaoolltan Ice Cream that can be
maao. particular and personal at,
tontlon Klven to serving partleo
recoptlons, woddlncsor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
HorseutepthytUoDoy, Weote or Mc!u.
Pronmt Attention Givcu to Funcralu.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by tolephono will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
I troirag Again!
A Hvl!fe, newstraegth, new vigor.
fy y 111 bring bick yoar lost powers and etop
J" rne act qLlcl.iy, create a healthy digeslhn.
V pure rich blooJ. firm muscles, ringed
.........., sicaj iiitvi auu a clear cram.
$1.00 Per Box, 6 Basra $5.00.
A lercnl Kutrartee to euro or lefurcd tho
r-..uv v.t- rf-v&E.0U order. Ailureas
A. J. RICHARDS, Marietta, O.
j To malce room for an- rj
pother carload to arrive H fe
$ jrj In teu days wo will sell H
a'qJ at a liberal discount. H
.j) jo Now 1b your chance. i
IpF. . Button & Son.,
w mo irourm street. Q g
I EXPRESS WAGONS
On nnnilrif rt 4lin PlnnnlnMrl 1fnn
Show Nov. 17th toNUst, inclusive, the
Ii. A ltf T?TF lrI11 call nvntiwllnn ttnlrnfa
to Cleveland, O., Nov. 17th, 18th, 10th
uuu sum, at ono lare lor tuetounu trip.
Tickets good returning to and Includ
lncluding Nor, 21st
Hotico of Appointment.
F.state of John S. Moore, Deceased.
The underslimed has been annolnted snii
qualified as Administrator Da Bonis Non with
will annexed ot tho Ustate of John 8. Moore,
Dated this 23d day oro-ctoner, A. D. 180U.
OCt.29th-3WkS, JAMES JODNSTOK,
fidi 'Pj &
y AJ-JrAAt' v
Trains leave Marietta as 1 oIIowb
For Cincinnati, 10:40 a m, 11iJ5 p in.
or St. Louis, 10:40 a m n: n m.
For Louisville. 10U0 a in, 11:M v iu.
For ParkersbUTfj. 10:0 a m, ts:48 a m, .
For Belpro, 0:otf, 10:40, 2:00, 4:5J, 11:XS.
ForOhnllcothe, 10:40 a m, H:2S p m. t8:to
a in, t2.85 p m.
For Now York, 4:M p m, 11:2I p m.
Dally. tExcopt Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates
time on connecting llnesBleepfnrj, parlor cars
flF.'.Mkar11 A86nt V- & - S' W
AS:riLAc"SSStitoanioa,lt tener,l, Pa8fl6C8er
Cloveland & Marietta Railway
rAN?...,,!0r Sukday, MAIf li, 1SW.
QOmQSQIJtJi ' GOlK-OMOhi.
Canal Dm cr..
iiuu'a., . , ,,
ZANKSVILLE & OHIO RIVEK.
TIME QABD IN BBTKCT DEC. 2nd.
Ar Columbus , .
Ar Chicago. .w.
0 20. am
3 40 p m
6 BJ anr
s 13 p m
8 85 urn
7 is am
7 48 am
8 11 am
0 20 am
0 00 pm
1 80 pm
1 10 pm
1 83 p m
o u p m
7 20 am
Lv Chicago ,
" Stockport ,
Ar Marietta ,
7 25 pm
7 40 an
8 60 am
9 12 am
0 43 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
8 68 pm
1 B8 pm
B 19 pm
fi E5 p m
All Traln nniiv ..,. a j
,, m , : -;"ii "" ouuuay.
7WVi iT.i .? T,8.? closo connections ai
J. HOPE stiTnp",.'Sl"" aBU lao """
C. C. IIABBiaofl. General PasacnscrA b
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo ii Ohio Central Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect May 24.:i8D3.
wuMirui otanaara Timo.
TTunly Llne out of Marietta with
i.iuusii ranor uar servloo Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No.S. No. 11.
A.JI. P.M. A.SL
. " Amesvlllo....
1 E0 A,
No. 2. No.l, No It
A.M. P.M. A., 11
Leave Columbus 715 ij ni
' Athons loss
'1 Palos .....: 30 12 2 45
Amesville 10 42 8 15
gntler. 11 1S 8 60 6 SO
w Vincent 11 87 1 0 6 25
Arrive Marietta 7.7. 1215 45 7 so
ains?aually.exc0Pt Sunday. Close coo
nectlona for all points north and west.
T.D. DALE. Befell" G" P A'
VT. St. MORSE. Snporlntandont.
0HJ0 RIVER RAILROAD
ivn!VnnyHt?ritJul5r12' 103' fweenger Trains
will run B9 follow":
'Daily. Daily Except Sunday.
18 5 EASTERN TIME b 2 4
itf nw rrr . . . -
'n W Si ' ., . ?2 1? 9 59
800 TS5 60N.Martins!llo 012 20 524
8 24 147 6 15 8l8tcravllle 8 45 147 6 05
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JUS H2 Kavenswood 10 85 2 00
12 10 5 85 Mason City 9 6S 12 67
110 0 58 Pt. Pleasant 0 25 12 25
PM V M
ii? Ii" Gftlllpolla BOO 11 85
220 810 HnntlSfftnn imiZi
W. J. EoBihEpn. G. P. A...., Parkersburs.
For rates, Inlormatlon, etc., call on or nd
uroBs. VitL bontAUBAon,
"a rroni Direct
The New Yost.
Best fop Speed and Results.
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