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The Policy of This Store
Is to gain tho friendship and esteem of
every patron who entors within its
We want you to feel that every atom
of business Intelligence wo possess is
being used to further your buying in
terests, firmly believing that by so do
ing wo best further our own.
There are no elass distinctions hero.
Tho young and old, the ricli and poor
can alike feel assured of a cordial re
ception, and a careful consideration of
their buying needs.
It Is to tho loyalty of our buying
public that we owe our growth.
Eoro's a fresh list of bright new
merchandise for you to pick from.
And not an unworthy thing among
them. Mado by artists who know how
to work in all these littlo tips. It
doesn't cost much to be handsomely
cloaked when you buy here.
EVIDENCE:- , , .
A very fine wool Boucli Jacket,
Double Breast, High Collar, two rows
buttons, a most stylish garment $4.93.
A Jacket of Pino Imported Kersey,
full lined with fine taffeta, a very
choice garment, S10.9S.
A Fine Black and Brown Astraken
Bouclo Jacket lined with fine taffetas,
A Seal Plush Jet and Braid trimmed
edged with fur, silk lined, good length,
$0.98. , , ,
Pino Boucli thibet trimmed, colored
silk lining, at $4.93.
About 100 Sample Coats and Jackets
left, closing out at very low prices, 50c,
51.00, $2.00, $3 00, $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 we are fortunate
enough to get hold of certain lots of
these standard dress stuffs at a liberal
discount from "their actual market
value. This is one of those chances,
and you get tho full benefit of tho
40-inch all wool, silk finish Henriet
ta at 50c, regular price, OSc.
45-inch all wool Brocade at 5Sc, good
value at S1.00.
Mohairs in 40, 45 and 4S-incli, fine
quality, at 4Sc, 5Sc and 75c a yd.
Cloakings IK yd wide Astrakan Bou
clo in Black, Brown and Blue at $1.75
and $1.50 per yard. Groat values.
Dress Skirts, full length, full lined,
at $1.75, $2.25 and $3 00.
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 BLANKETS
Are going to be sold iu this stock
during this month. We've sold many
blankets in our line, but their prices
tire away below any previous offering.
WINTER UNDERWEAR Flood tide
now in this bustling section. We
pride ourselves on the great values we
ura able to offer. Gents, Ladies,
Missus and Children can be suited in
tills stock, in quality and prices.
We've underwear lor winter at 25c, Doc
COc and 98c. Extra quality, all wool
underwear at 75c and 98c.
A NOTION COMMOTION Caused by
the little prices at which these little
things are sold in this wide awake
btore. Ribbons, buttons, luce3, olastic
belts, purses, at away down prices.
We are making the wool fly if some
of it is mixed, and we know the quality
and value is good. We are prepared
with iv full stock of clothing, under
wear, neckwear, gloves, hats and caps
for all persons. Everything at lowest
prices. Call and see.
Queenswarc department now putting
on style for thanksgiving customers.
New and chaEto designs and pretty
decorations. Knives and forks to
Silverware of all kinds, teapots,
sugar bowls, creamors, spoen holders,
ladles, trays, &c. Tea and table spoons
knives and forks away below any prev
Jcvtelery, elock and watch depart
ment; all repairing done at low rates.
All goods warranted.
The purest groceries we can buy;
citron1? 15c a lb.; starch 3 lbs. for 10c;
new mountain buckwheat Hour 3c a lb;
a full stock of good things to eat at
lower prices than elsewhere.
The ilealth Club Books on sale; the'
general membership book only $1.03,
worh $1,000 in health to anyone. We
guarantee it or money refunded.
Musical instruments at low est prices.
Sdecial new goods in all departments.
Remember that we cannot tell about
only a small part of our bargains each
week, but invite you to come and see
und buy at
169 Frcrot St. Marietta.. 0
Gen Garcia Captures the Town
Bridges Blown Up, Culverts Burned
and Railway Trades Torn Up.
Th GftrrUon, 100 Soldlarn and 25 Aimd
CltUeut Surrender, ami Ar lirol it
Church Tower IIlowu U With Uy-
umiilte .War Material Captured.
Ket Wcst, Flo., Nov. 12. Passen
gers who arrived from Havana Wed
nesday night bring intelligence that
tho capture of Guaiamaro was of more
importance than first reported. When
the news reached Havana it caused
great excitement. It was partially
printed, but was wired to Madrid and
made a sensation. It is said it so stir
red tho people that they forced the gov
ernment to oblige Weylor to take tho
Tho steamer Julia, which arrived at
Havana Sunday from Nuovltas, reports
no communication with the city of Pu
erto Principe since the 27th.
Many bridges havo been blown up,
culvorts burned and about seven kilo
meters of railway track torn up. Great
anxiety prevails in Nuovltas regarding
the fate of Puerto Principe. The
steamer brought letters detailing tho
attack on Guaiamaro. It appears that
Gen. Calixto Garcia, with a largo robel
force and two pieces of artillery, at
tacked tho place on October 17. The
next day he captured the trenches and
destroyed ten forts surrounding tho
The garrison, 150 soldiers and 23
armed citizens, surrendered, but were
ordered released except Quartermaster
Magucl Mola, who, being a Cuban, at
tended the wounded. They were then
sent to Puerto Princlpo under an es
cort. Tho officers were paroled. Mnj.
Martizc-, in command of tho detach
ment, was wounded in the arm and
died at the hospital as a result of am
putation. The citizens of the town were forced
to aid tho rebels destroy tho trenches,
Tho church tower was blown upwlth
dynamite. Much war material was
captured. All steamers were sacked,
owners made prisoners, and a ransom
Hie so-culled fusion of local politi
cal parties is a farce. It was all done
by coercion. Civil Gov. Porrua, acting
under instructions of Woyler, forced
the leaden of tho parties to accept.
Their resolution was taken tho same
day Weylor left for tho field, who
.'enred to leave behind troublesome
elements. There 1m a great undercur
rent of ill feeling against Wcylcr in
Spanish circles. It is known ho has
been pushed to tako the field.
It is said ho will fail in
his campain against Gen. Macco.
Tho latter is reported strongly
fortified in the mountains. Tuesday
night Weylor encamped in the Gomor
Andoro hills, and news has arrived
that he had an engagement with the
rebel paities under Pcrioco dol Gado
and Perlco DIa. It is roported Woy
ler was forced to full back. News also
has been leceived that Gen. Muno,
mado another attack on the Rubi hilia
whero Maceo is supposed to be strong
ly entrenched. A fierce fight is said to
have occurred but no dotails are
Great excitement prevails in Havana,'
not only on account of tho above, but
also because of news received from tho
United States regarding President
Cleveland's futuro attitude on tho Cu
Scotnn to llato btruck Dm IVIoInc Tho
KrectliiM or n 6.300,000 Union Depot.
Des Moines, la., Nov.-12. The an
nouncement was made Wednesday that
as a result of the election a contract
has been closed between the Des
Moines Union railroad on one hand
and tho Chicago Great Western & Wa
bash, Chicago & Northwestern, Des
Moines Northern & Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul roads, by which the lo
cal company is to build a 8200,000 union
depot on Cherry street, between Fifth
am. Seventh, next spring.
The lies Moines Union will also build
extensive shops, and the Great Western
will build a big freight depot to cost
Meeting of the Xatlnnnl (JranKU.
WASUixoro.v, Nov. 12. The thirtieth
session of the National Grange con
vened Wednesday morning in the Na
tional hotel, 30 states being represent
ed by 150 delegates. General Secretary
John Trimble, of this c'tv, and Wm.
Saunderb, superintendent of the agri
cultural department grounds, wel
comed tho delegates to the national
capital. Mr. Saunderb, in his speech,
advocated the erection by the National
Grange of a hall of archives in Wash
ington. Worthy Master J. W. Brig
ham, of Ohio, responded to tho nddress
on behalf of tho grange. Wednesday
afternoon the worthy master delivered
shot ly Ills bwcetheart.
New Yniiic, Nor. 12. Henry Kirch -nor,
21 years old, was shot and prob-'
ably fatally wounded Wednesday night
by his sweetheart, Kitty ,Mar tin, in tho
store of the National Butter and Egg
Co., of which he was manager. The
couple were engaged to b married,
but Kirchner broke the engagement
owing to their difference in religion.
He is a Protestant and she a Catholic.
Woolen mills Start Up.
Baiiahoo, Wis., Nov. 12. Since tho
election business of all kinds in this
city shows a marked improvement
Tho woolen mill, which has been idle
tho past year, has resumed operations,
employing 100 hands, and is likely to
increase its capacity.
Treasury Gold Kcservr,
Washington, Nov. 12. The treasury
gold reserve at tho close of business
Wednesday had increased to S122,020,
482. The net gain at New York for tho
day was 8575,000. Tho withdrawals at
New York were 37,100.
AN OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE
A COLLECTION OF BUTTONS
Cinthercd From All l'arts or tho Country
A now cotton factory is about to bo
erected at Orizaba, Mcx., at a cost of
about 11,000,000, furnished by European
Tho Pan American Medical congress
meets in Mexico City, Mcx., on the 10th
instant. An entire hotel has been taken
for the accomodation of visitors.
Edward Chapin, a prominent attor
ney of York, Pa., failed Wednesday.
Executions and judgments aggregat
ing SS0.700 were filed ajjainst him.
Admiral Bunco's squadron will go to
Venezuela in a few weolcs, unless a
radical departure is made in the plans
perfected at the navy department
'ihe California silver campaign com
mittee will invite Wm. J. Bryan to
visit San Fjtnclsco after his engage
ment in Denver, whero he is to speak
on the 24th inst.
Tho barge Waverly, with iron ore to
Chicago, ran aground on Kiddle Point,
Mich., Thursday morning. She is out
two feet forward and leaking. Tugs
have been sent for.
The farmers of Nebraska, South Da
kota, Colorado and Kansas aie being
seriouslv interfered with by the heavy
snowfall. The cutting of wheat anil
husking of corn is at a standstill.
The receipts from tho collection of
the poll tax in Turkey recently levied
are intended for use in de raying tho
expenses of providing full equipment
for a force of 1,200,000 men in tho event
of Turkey becoming involved iu war.
Frank Hamilton, recently a leading
banker of that section of the country,
attempted suicide at 2 o'clock by tak
ing a largo dose of morphine. Ho can
not live. He was iu tho rooms of tho
Austin club, Austin, Te-. No causo is
A committee representing tho allied
Cuban parties,, the conservatives, re
formists and autono ists, in Spain,
lias decided to put the moneys belong
ing to the parties into n common' fund
for tho purgosa of organizing a volun
Boutell W. Frazier, it well-known
hotel proprietor o! Washington, hav
ing becomo despondent because pt ill
health, Wednesday sought ti lonely
spot along tho Potomac river, near
Chain Bridge, and firod a bullet into
his brain, which evidently proved fatal
Attorney General Miller, of Indian
apolis, and former law partner of ex
President Harrison, Mn St. Louis, and
in an interview Thurslay morning is
quoted as raying that e-:-Presldi'nt
Harrison will npt he a member of Mc
Kinley's cabinet. Mr. Miller says, that
Gen. Harrison lias retired from jjublio
life. n ,7
Mr. H. C. Lehman, the English oars
man, was a passenger of the steamer
Majestic which arrived at New Yorlc
from Liverpool Thursday morning.
His mission to tills country is to fill tho
position of coach to tho boat crew of
the Harvard university. Lehman was
formerly coach of the Oxford univers
The McEwen Manufacturing Co.,
manufacturers of machinery, Bidgc
way, Pa., mado an assignment Thurs
day morning. The nssignoo expects to
reccivo permission from the court to
go ahead and resume operations for
tho purposo of completing unfinished
work and fill orders on hand. Tho lia
bilities aro fully covered.
Itujlo Wants to lie Released.
Chicago, Nov, 12. Amos Busio has
filed a bill in the United SUtes court
demanding his release from the New
York Baseball club reservation,
Do Did Not Tako Rovcngo for an In
sult. Louis X1L was of the opinion that it
was unworthv of the klncof Franco to
revenge himself for the insults he
suiterea as prince royal. Emperor Wil
liam of Germany is of like opinion, says
the, New Yorlc Times.
Baron de Krosik, who has just been
appointed n grand cross of the ncd
Eagle order, was f ormerly colonel of tho
hussar regiment in which the emperor
as a youth first did military service. One
night at mess, toward the close of a
banmiflt. nt. wliiM, 1Yin vnun nln.A
then a mere captain, had invited his
lricna, Archduke iCudolph, tho conver
sation turned to the projected reforms
in the cavalry.
William declared himself a partisan
of these reforms and defenrlprl Ma nnln-
lon with so much impetuosity that Col.
von ivrosu:, e-ry much excited, sudden
ly interrupted him. "It is an absurdi
ty, saw ne in a loud voice and .con
temptuous tone as he ridiculed the idea
put forth by the prince.
"It is well," replied the prince. "To
day you arc my superior officer, and I
must bow before you, but our positions
When his former subordinate as
cended the throne Baron von Krosik
fully expected to see his name put on
the retired list. But the emperior ap
pointed him a general, gave him the im
portant directorship of the School of
Cavalry of Hanover, and has ever
treated him with the greatest respect.
Cincinnati, Nov. li
Flour Sprint,' fancy, SlOQ&l '5; spring
family, nSKJlO) spring patent, M50IU 8;
winter patent, JJSOaUSi, fancy, $1003155;
lamllv. S3.1J3J.70, extra, 4IC0ai 00. low grade,
8J.15&J.10 rye, northwestern, J2.T0as.35; do
Wheat No 2 red nominal nt 00c per bu
Coun Sales: Mixed ear, old and nearly
yellov, trault, '.Nc, No. 3 jtllow, new, track;
Oats bales: No. 3 while, lsick, 20c; No. 2
mixed, track, 21c, do choice line.
IIoos Select shiprcrs, 3 3Q3 4I5; select
butchers, J3.35Q3 40. fair to Kood picliors,
8i203.30f fair to good light, t3.Jta3.UI. com
mon and roughs, Si WB3 13:
Cattle Kilr to good shippers. J3C34 2o;
choice, J135S-M0, good to tholco bluchers',
(3.753115. fair to medium butchers', 53 25U
3.55. common, J2 25B3 00
SlliiKP AM) Lambs Sheep Extras. 53.23
03.51. good to choice, Ji75fe3t5 common to
fair, SiO'JtfiCo I.-unbs Good to choice, 3.75
G-i 25, common to fair, J3 W&3.Ca
Veal Calves ralr to good light. 85.25a
6.23; extra, -0,50, common and largo, 532535 25.
Wool Unwashed, Una merino, OStOa per
lb; quarter-blood clothing, uai3c; medium,
dclaino and clothing, 12013c: braid, ll12c;
medium clothing, I3allc. Washed, fine me
rino, X to XX., 12c; medium clothing, 113:5c;
delaine fleece, ll&lozi long combing) lStilOc;
quartor-blod. 'and low, UJJ3o; common
coarso.i.liaiSc:". tub-washed, chqice, traiSc;
tub-washed, average,, J0317C.
New York, Nov. 12
Wiibat DeceraBor. 80K387 11-10, Janu
ary, 8lc; Mirch, 90!i303JJo: May, 8SJi(J
Cons No. 2, Docembor, 31 fie; Mjy, 3i
35JJc; No. 2, SI!ui3:Hc.
Oats No. 2, D:cerauer,,2J&2Ifio; May,C6,'ic;
CfUOAOO, Nor, 12.
Wheat Noombpr, TOUo, December,
80'.io b.i January, filjic: May, 81;c b.
Coun November, "ii'jc; December, 25Jic;
May, 20K&29UO b
'Oats No ember, 19c; December, iOJio U;
May, 22,'ic a.
Toledo, O, Nov. 12.
Wheat No, 2 red, cash, 0)Jic: Decembor,
Oltfc; May, SGKo: No. 3 red, cash. 8 He.
Corn No 2 mixed, cash, 20c; May, 20Jio.
Oats No. ? mixed, cash. 19c; May, 23c
Eve Na 2, cash. 40c: No. 3 do, 33c.
Indianapolis, lad., Nov. 11.
Cattle Choice, 4.003175: fat, wcll-fln-lihed
eteers, H10Q115; medium to good, 13.75
Hobs Good to choice medium and heavy,
61WX3.165-. mixed and heavy, $133iS0; good
-to choice lights, tJ433.6a
SHixr No Improvement
Attorney nt Lw,
Office on Putnam Street, .Mnueu.'
X Attorney nt Law.
OMco In Law Building, Alnrletf
Attorney at bw and NoiM-J I'nbliA
Office on Second Stroct, oppoelto Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor nt Law,
Room a Mills Illock, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
T OOMIS W. B.
4-J Attorney at Law.
Omco East eor, Front and Putnam, Marietta
J P. WARD,
HoM Kotatc und Loan Vcunt,
Socond St., opp. Union Depot. tfsrlutl , O
DK. O. W. EDDY. ,
Office No. 304-Front Btroot,
Oppoelto yoldlow' Monument. Itoaldcnro No
518 Fourth Street. TelODhonu oonnootlon.
JOHN A. HAMILTON B. V. EBAri
HAMILTON & ICRAT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYK 4 FOLLJSTT.
Attorneys at Law
Office In Law J3ulldtnjr.
. Attorney m Lt tv,
Olllca In Law Bulldlngr.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney ut I, aw.
Ovez Leader Offlco. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAIrXU Ac CJJKfl'IH,
Physicians and Gur.ioona.
Oulco and rcstdonce, en .Second street, three
doors abovo the Court-house, Maiictta, Ohio.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unoxcolled.as are
also hlo Cakeo and Ico3. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentton slvon to servlnp parties
recaptions, vvoddlncsor public din
neru. JACOB PFAFF,
Livery, Feed &n6
COB. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horsos kept by tho Day, Weolr or Kontb,
Promnt Attention Given tu Funerals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will recelvp
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They act qjlckly, create a healthy digestion,
pure rich blouj, firm nuscles, rugged
strength, steady nerves and a clear brain.
$1.00 Per "Box, 6 Boxes $5.00.
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n--uv wt!horrrS5 00ord;r. AdoreS3
A. J. RICHARDS, Marlotta, O.
'A To make room for an- HJ ?
k y) other carload to arrive H f:
I wwn tu.jr o ,,w ,114 OUU
jd jy inow is your chance.
4&F.H. Dutton &Son
d CC 51C Fourth street.
a mvDpf.sc! twa firms
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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 Weekly 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 civen 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
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Trains loavo Marietta as follow
For Cincinnati, 10:4u a in, '11:15 p in.
or St. Louis, 10:40 a m 11:S5 p m.
For Louisville. 10:40 am, 11: Bum, '
For ParkersburRj "10:40 a m, i4S a m, .
For Deipre, 0:00, 10:40, 2:00,4:55, 11:25.
pin, 7:00 pm, 11:25 pm,
For fJhlUtrnftift 1ft.in a ... t1oe , ia.rt.
a m, .85 p mt
I'-or Ne.tr York, 4:5B p m, 11:25 p m.
pally. tKxcopt Sunday.
Fill" ilafnll lnfnMU. .. .t. 1
,mo onconnectlng lines, sleeping, parlor cars
Ry., Marletttti O., or
Cl. Tl W Anwr . AB.1n,nH. ,-, . .
Agent.' Cincinnati. ;bhl6. " " ' Bea
Cleveland &. Marietta Baibvav
Canal Dover ..
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Whipplo ... . :
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8top on Signal.
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ZANESVILLE & OHIO RIVfcfc.
TIMB CABD IN KFFECT DEC. 5nd. 1W,
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8 85 pm
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ZesVlile with M0 oraWrK
C. C. HABBISOK. General rasseneerAifi
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LENE
Toledo & Ohio Central Ext'n.
Timo Table In EiToct May 24.11896,
wunirui oianaarcl Timo.
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. n.uuuii i-arior uar Service Be
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Leave Columbus 715
" AmeaWlle 1012
" Cutler nia
" Vincent u 87
Arrive M arietta 12 15
Trains rnn dally except Sunday. Clote oon
ncctlons for all points north and west.
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