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Will show tills week some Special liar
gains in seasonable goods something
you need. Our prices will surprise you.
OUR CLOAK AND WRAP DEPART
MENT was never in better condition
to select from, and in order to mako a
quick closing sale of the present stock
6ome cut riiiCES will bo made that will
not bo duplicated anywhere.
Ladies' Jackets at $2.4S, 3. -IS, 4.4S and
5.0S. Somo choice garments at about
half usual values.
Ladies Capes at l.9S, 2.48, 3.03 to
4.08 for great values.
Fur Capes at $1.08 to 13.0S. This lino
is being sacrificed as the stock and sizes
are broken. Come and seo how much
wo can save you here. Plush Capes in
very pretty styles at J4.48, 0.43, 8.43 to
12.00. Wo consider the prices we are
making on these wraps the lowest
prices ever touched for quality and
finish; you will say so when you seo
A few of those Samplo ANraps that
will be sold at half actual cost if your
size is among them you are fortunate
to get such a bargain.
KLANKETS AND COMFORTS.-Our
last call for this year. We must clear
them out this week. All wool blankets
at S2.48, 2.93 to 3 03; other qualities at
40c, 03c, 50c to $1 48. Comforts at 75c,
OSc to S1.25.
OUR DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
has something to interest you this
week. A nice assortment of Black
Goods to select from. Every ono knows
that goods of all kinds the past year
have been at the lowest prices ever
known in the U. S. There is now quite
an advance on all goods in this line.
We will this week mako them to the
lowest notch. Come and get a nice
dress at less money than you have ever
CLOTHING DEPARTMENT is show
ing up in great shape. While wo have
closing out bankrupt stocks and new
stocks coming in our sales are steadily
increasing, because we give the best
values shown ans'whero. If you have
not bought from ns in this line try us
this season and be convinced. We can
savo you money on all kinds of clothes
for Men, Boys and Children. All goods
of the newest styles.
JEWELRY AND REPAIRING DE
PARTMENT. We are well equipped
for repairing Watches, Clocks and Jew
elry at the most reasonable prices. Wo
have added some high grade watches,
clocks and jewelry to our stock and in
a position to supply our customer with
this class of goods now. Goods and
WOOLEN DEPARTMENT. Barred
Woolen Flannels at 15c, 18c and 20 cts.
All wool Skirt Patterns at 03c and Toe;
full breadth and full 40-iu. in length.
UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY DE
PARTMENT. This is a yery busy time
here, and we wish to remind you that
we can give you a good assortment at
tho lowest prices of the season. Fine
, II " ool Gents' Underwear at 75c and
, .u.xed from. 25c to 50c. Ladies.',
Misses' and Children's Underwear going
cheap. Come this week and you won't
miss it. Hosiery of all classes 5, 8, 10
to 75 cents.
RIBIJONS, NOTIONS & GLOVES.
Here is where we can save you your
money as we mako great efforts to
make lowest prices. Ribbon at lc, 3c,
5c to 29c. A good Foster Kid, either
arge or small hooks, at S5c; regular
price 81.25. Fabric Gloves and Mittens
at 10, 15 and 25c. Notions of all kinds
at half the usual prices.
Don't vou nee ' CARPET? We must
have this room i , .' we will give you a
very great bargain this week to get it
out. Come we mean it. Will save you
a nice bum.
QUEENSWARE to fill up with odd
pieces or full sets for table ware and
toilet or chamber ware. New decora
tions at the lowest prices ever made.
GLASSWARE DEPARTMENT. We
made somo very favorable purchases of
high class ware the past summer during
during the enforced shut down of thu
factories, and now oiler them ut prices
less than we can replace them for. Be
wise and supply yourself.
LOOK OUT FOR OUR BIG HOLI
DAY ADVERTISEMENT NEXT
WEEK. Wo are preparing for the
greatest display wo have ever made
New Toys, Games and Books. Onr dit
playing'will be the ltirgest and moat
varied ever sliowd in the city. A room
50xlo0 feet triven up ror our display of
Christmas Goods. Iiaxuemuur next
week wo will ready for you.
Dr. Brook's Cjlebrated Diphtheria
Cure cures diphtheria and soro throat.
Wo guarantee this remedy or raouey
buck if not as represented.
Something Good to Eat in our Groce
ry Department. Not only the cheapest
in price, but bust in quality.
Tl.o Rolstun Health Club Eatubles
and Books, the highest stindnid on
health. Model meals, worth its value
evory day in health and economy in
every family; this week, 2.1e. Rolston's
Health Club Hooks for Bale at the low
est priues. Worth to any ono for
health moie than ono hundred times
their cost. A full line of books in the
A limited number only of tho Queen
City Wash Machines at SJ.-1S; regular
prico $4.50. It saves clothes, it saves
labor, it saves money.
Musical instruments, picture frames
and books and sheet music. The low
est prices mado anywhere on this class
of goods. Special prices to schools and
teachers. Got our prices.
Everyone treated with courtesy and
consideration. Remember our big
holiday announcement next week.
Kin's Barpii Store,
9 Front St. Marietta. 0
Gathered From All Furtfl of thu Country
Mrs. Sarah C. Mink, lata national
president of tho Woman's Relief Corps,
iiod at Watortown, N. Y., Thursday
Tho dock laborers at Antwerp aro
refusing to unload vessels coming
from Hamburg, and a go n oral strlko
3f dock men is imminent.
A mass meeting of the Farmers'
union was held in Lyons, France,
Thursday, at which the dealers in salt
meats rosolvod in favor of the exclu
sion of Amorican pork products in view
of tho fall in tho prico of swine.
Fire Friday morning burned tho
hardwaro supply store of M. Robertson,
on Nickcll avenue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Tho loss on stock was 550,000, and on
building 820,000. Fully insurod.
Tho bubonic plague, which has been
prevalent among tho natives at Bom
bay with fatal effect in a majority o5
cases, has now spread to tho Europeans,
several of whom have died from tho
Albort Aronson, ono of tho well
known theatrical managers of that
name, was found unconscious in tho
street in Now York early Friday morn
ing. He was removed to a hospital,
whoro ho died soon afterward.
The London Globe publishes a news
agency dispatch from Bombay, saying
that tho mortality from famlno in tho
ISclapur and Uclagha districts is stead
ily increasing. Hundreds of persons
have died from starvation in the Gonda
Tho battleship Toxas which roeently
went into the Brooklyn navy yard dry
dock, came out of the dock Thursday
and her officers say sho is as good as
new. Sho will now be coaled and will
join tho rest of tho fleet off Tompkins
ville, a. I.
The ice gorge in the Monominoo
river has reached Fisher, Mich., and
the Rapid farm is nearly inundated,
tho water being as high as four feet in
places. The ice is piled 25 feet high
and extends for many miles up tho
river. No serious damngo has yet been
done, but tho wator is rising rapidly.
Frank C. Ives and Maurice Daly
have issued a challenge to any other
two billiard players in tho world to
play a series of matched games, balk
line, cushion caroms and champion
:amcs for a stake of from S00 to S-,500
a side, the contests to take place in tho
five cities offering the best induce
ments. It was learned Thursday at tho of
fice of Arbucklo Bros., the extensivo
coffe dealers, New York, that the firm
would embark in tho sugar refining
bu'iness. A contract, it was stated,
had been placed for tho erection of a
sugar refinery to be located in Brook
lyn, having a capacity of about 2,000
Carl Vrooman, acting secretary of
the St. Louis Civic Federation, will bo
married December 20 at the Hotel Nor
mandie, Washington, to Miss Julia G.
Scott, of Bloomington, 111., a niece of
Vice-President Stevenson. Miss Scott
is the daughter of the late Matthew
Scott, of Bloomington, and has quito
a fortune. Mr. Vrooman came to St.
Louis from his home in Baltimore a
few months ago.
Vice President Stevenson was in his
room at the capitol Thursday, having
arrived Wednesday night in Washing
ton. Mr. Stephenson declined to talk
politics or predict what the probablo
course of legislation this session would
bo further than to remark that he be
lieved that tho short session would
compel congress to give considerable
of its time to the appropriation bill.
WAsniNCTON, Dec. 4. ror Ohio Local
rains or light snows, followed by generally
f lir weather Saturday
For Wost Virginia Probably fair Saturday:
warmer. southncHt winds.
For Kentucky Fair Saturday, preceded In
extreme northern portion by threatening
For Illinois, and Indiana Saturday partly
cloudy with rain orsnow and warmjr in north
r rtion; briak westerly shlttln; to southerly
Cincinnati, Dec. i.
Flouh Spring fancy. J3DJS4 23; spring
family, J3.C0a3.f0, sprii's pitent, S1.;OB5 00;
winter patent, M7J4&00. fancy, JI.3031 03:
family, J3 7JS4 00. extra, t2.75&'J.00, low
Erado. iJ 00:33.73. Hye, northwestern, 82.70
.'.to do, citv i702.e0.
Wheat No. 2 red, track, OSc.
Colo Sal' s No S miicd, track, 22!c;
"liitoear, trnc!:, Ulc. yo.low car, track, SlHc;
mlicd car, track. Sic.
Oats bales: No. 3 white, track, COo.
Hoes Select shlrpcrs', Jd.t0j.I33, solect
butchers'. !3JOiiC3, fair to kooJ packers',
s:tiO3.Jj, fair to (.ood lli'ht, JaajStli, com
mon and roughs, S-MOUt IS.
Caiii.e Pair lOKCod Lhlppcrs' 53 05a) 40:
extra, Si .V), good to cholco h itchers'. t'i.tVH
125, fair to medium butchcra', lS5Sa75;
common, S.i.00 7j.
fciiuri' a:'u I.ajes Salop LMias.!3.C50
3.10. good to choke. i.'TS&.U'i. common to
fair. .'Ua,-iC. ..imbi i:xtras, 51 33'(24 DO;
good to choice, C3 "V-. 1j; ccmiroa to fuir,
Vkai.Cai.ve3 rair to good light, J4.30
iL'j; choice, ." SO. common and 1, rge. 1JC0J1
Wool. Unwashed, lino msrlno, O.'lOo per
lb quarter-mood clothln;, r."a,l.c moalura
delaine and dolhlCK, UltfUc; braid, IlSl.'c:
medium rombinj, U UlijC. Washed: I'lna
merino. X to XX, 13c, medium clathln?, HJ4
lt!c; delalnu fl'ece. KBICc: lontr comblnj. I5u
Id. quarter-blood and low, H&Hc, comaio'i
coirac. ll5,l.c. tuo-nnihrd, choice, 17slSc;
tub-v.ubhcd, avcraje. 15J.7C
New Yoiiic, Dec. i.
Wheat No 2 red December. UViQX'J i-lOc:
March OO'irtOlWc: Mny, 87?;3.5S?Jc, July, B3?j
!,) 'J c
COHN No S.SOWtJWfs: May, ziyea.22Ht!.
Oati Western -JGilJic; December. 23jfc:
Toledo, O., Dec 4
nr.iT No. 2 red, cash and December,
):c. May, UOc. No. 3 rod, cash, 80s.
Cons No 2 mixed May. 20J4'o: No 3 white,
:ash, He; No. 3 mixed, !l!ic.
Oats No. 2 mixed, cchh. 18ic.
Urn -Dull) No. 2 cash, mio
Chicago, Dec. 4
WnuAT December, 777ioj January, 7o'Hc;
Coiin December, 23:: January, 23e; Miy,
O'ats December, 183 a January. 18JC
l5.UJAXArOl.IB. Dse. 3.
CATTI.B Choice to prime. J4 60S4.B0; fat
well-finished steers, JJ.13Sf.!!0, common, 31-5
Hoes Good to choice medium and hoa.vy,
.40a3.42'i; mixed, M.30&14J; common ligtttJ,
Sueif Good to choice lambs. U90(H.0;
common larflbs, S'i5033 73; goad to cjioiw
Another Out, Another Slash,
Another Sacrifice, at
Great Closing Out Sale.
Only 30 moro days, before this sale will bo over, to clear the stock
formerly owned by Mr. Sam Sulzbacher at 188 Front Street.
Our Stock Must Be Sold;
Every article must bo sold at prices barely covering the cost of
material leaving tho cost of making clear out of the question. If
you aro money saver?, now is the chance to add to the saving al
ready put away.
This week, families of two or three males can be fitted out for the
same outlay that is usually required to clothe one member. Do not
invest ono dollar for Clothing or Furnishing Goods outside of our
store while this sale lasts.
Wo have enough Bargains to fill this entire paper, but on account
of limited space we cannot mention prices; which would only give
you a faint idea of the big inducements that await you hero
Mr. Sulzbacher is still making tho nobbiest suits, trousers and ov
ercoats in this city at prices that defy competition. A lit guaranteed
$10 to $50.
Handsome as it is in appearance, simple in its methods, and conven
ient to operate and carry, must, after all, be judged by its RESULTS.
The fact that it does a wider range of work, and does it belter
i 'WmIiSSSHHW vv?ra-nita? T 'ill
O. N. "PEDDIN&HAUS,
CUT GLASS AND FINE CHINA
What is quite so nice for CHRISTMAS ?
Call in and see my rare assortment. Also Dinner Sets and
Chamber Sets Decorated.
BUT T.VPA WANTED TO TAKE IIIM.
Bobby I don t vnnter go ter th
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to Tirst Nut'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Persona atlCRlion given to cam
pounding o! Prober ipUuns.
IAS0N & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
COMMON l'LUAS COUllTOFWASinXOXO.N'COrxrY-,
.dw&rd Mauzllla, Plaintiff, 1
vs. ) yo. 6080.
W. II. U. Jlinler, Defendant )
W. II. Jl, Butler, thu above named defend
ant, whose place of residence Ih unknow n. will
lake notice that on tho 3'th day or October,
le'M, tho said plaintiff. lWtvurd Manzilla, com
menced a civil action against him lu the Court
of Common Picas of Washington County,
Ohio, to recover uuainst him the sum of bWty
tw i dollars and ilfty cent, with lnlcrcottheie
onfrom DeceinLer istli. 1801, on tho wiliten
promissory notoof nald defendant; and plain
tiff p ay Ju.lc.ment acalnbt said defendant in
said sum of 8JJ SO and Interest from December
15th, 1S04. An order of attachment was duly
Issued lu said case and levied upon the follow
ine tironertv of said defendant, tow It: The un
divided one elfihth Interest In one third of tho
south nan of ioo acre ioi no. udi. ncciion j,
Town 8. Hance 10. Harlow Townthln. Wash
ington Ojunty, Ohio, containing io'4 acre3,
more or less.
Snld defendant Is required to answer said
petition on or before the 2d day of January,
1897, or judgment will bo taken against htm
for said amount, with Interest and costs, and
an order of salo will bo Issued to sell said at
tached property to satisfy said judgment and
Costs. KUWAHIl .MANZIU.A.
No ember 1', 1 90, ByJ.O Hrcnnn, hU Att'y.
Prices Will Be No Object.
than any other, is what has placed
t lie PREMO high in tho estimation
of evpry practical photographer who
knows a good thing when he sees it.
Rochester Optical Co.,
43 South St., Rochester, N. Y.
Selling Agent, Marietta, O.
286 Front Street.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
IH K7FK0T SUNDAY, If AY 12. WflB.
GOING SOUl II GOING NOllTI
No M 11
p. m. a. m.
2 10 0 10
2 18 0 60
2 67 7 00
3 CI " 03
3 16 7 18
8 20 7 80
8 33 7 40
8 13 7 4S
1 01 8 07
4 11 d 17
I 17 S 25
4 27 8 85
4 42 8 60
4 47 8 6S
1 67 f9 03
6 05 0 11
5 10 0 18
6 17 f9 26
5 27 9 87
8 87 9 45
6 47 9 65
6 51 10 02
i 68 10 07
0 03 10 12
6 09 10 18
8 20 10 2S
0 2S 10 37
8 47 10 57
- 7 06 11 13
Ii. m p. in.
12 20 3 15
Black Buna.. .
Woll's . ...
Uuerascy. . .
CambrWRo .. .
Glonwooi! . , . .
MJ M.I lift . , , ,
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All trainB lially except Sunday.
OHiO MIVER RAILROAC.
)n .inil nttov .7nlt ! ii.ni n. - m .
wlllrmi as follow' ' ""' ' -"s" im
uaiiy. f Dally Except m'ed-.y.
' S " EAS.TEHN TIME '2 l
0 23-tia 01 ! 1-. Wbcellna 10 45 is si . u,,,
0 5i 12 E5 4 Cu HnandHTlllo 10(8 2 65 Bit
800 :5 6 li.JlartlUbVjllo 9 11 2 0 5 24
8 21 I; bii Blateisvlllu sir, 117 tit
1110 4 40 Bavenawood inr.s iu
PfJU p.'' lion(J!ly !)6r. 12 67
110 0 68 Pt. Plcatant U 25 12 2
p m r ji
J ill !, GalllpoUs OOOllti
J-J to, 'Iuntlnston 715 1.1
W J.:tOBjs.T0j,u. p.a Parieraiji
For rntc.i, lnfonaMlon, tic, call ou or
184 Fi ont fUroc
1 he New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFFICE
lilsC"0 II '
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John 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 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 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.
Wo linvo a fuvv moro of those good
wheel (SUKOL) for t,alo yet. Alt.o &ov
cral good second-hand wheels at a har
pain. Our TANDEM aud other NEW
WHEELS in the Livery ure all in first
class order aud well taken care of.
When you want to take a ride come and
Our REPAIR SHOP is running full
time and doiujr first class work at a
reasonable price. We aro puttinc in
all the latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad tho break, cuts or
tears in tire can be easily repaired on
Wc have made arrangements with
our expert repair man for steady work
the year around. Giyo him a chance to
show you how well he can repair your
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 IS. 229 Second street
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St,
BAUER 61 BLACK, Makers, Chicago
MEN AND W0IVO
Are not only eoiufortu bio but&ufo from
all Ciiijst and Lu.no Tr.ouw.KS. Prices,
from SO cents to SS 00 each.
J. W. Bysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
On account of meotlnc ot Ohio State Hoard
f (,'ommerco at Columbus, Ohio, the C. & i .
Hy. will sell tlcUets to Oolnmbus, Ohio, and re
turn on December 8th aud Dili, at cue fare for
the round trip. Tickets kooJ returning up to
and Including Dec. 11th, 18'JO,
On account of meetluR of Ohio .state Granite
at llellefoniatne, Ohio, the O. & M. Ky. wm bell
tlcUets to Hellefontatne. Ohio, and return, on
Decorabor 7th and Hth, at one fare for the round
tftoXS1, fiSS? ret"rnlnc np t0 RDd ln'!l,,,
7 PAT S
CIIIKTiKS vr. HICHAr.ns,
' Attorney ht Law,
(jiilcnoii Putnam Htroot,
Jk. Attorno ntLan.
Office In Law Jiulld'.iiE,
... Attornoy at Law and Notary Publlo,
Offlca on Second Btrect, opposlto Union Dopot.
4"...? nn" Counselor at Law.
Boom 8 Mills Dlock, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIO W. D.
.. , wtornoy at Law,
ouice East cor. Front and Putnam, Marlotta.
J P. WAIID,
Roal Estate and Loan Agent,
bocoud St., opp. Union Uenot. Marlotta, O
1 vi w. iiinv.
Office, No. 304- Front Street,
618 Fourth Street
1UB110 ooiaioro' Aieunmont. iccsldonoo No.
JOHN A. HAMILTON J. P. KIlAn
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Offlce room, I Mills BuiMlng, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYK A FOLLKTT,
Attorneys at Lav:.
OHce In Law Building.
1 E. OUYTON,
i- Attornoy at Law,
Offlco In Law Building, Marietta, O.
UNDEIXWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Pnrrinr MnMnr! nnfl Piilnnni QIh.1.
Room No. 8, Marietta. Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
Attornoy at I.ntv.
Ovet Loader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAIXEtt Ac CUIITSS,
Phyololnns and Sursoono.
Offlco and roaldonco, on Second etroot, three
doors abovo tho Conrt-houso,Marlctta,'OMo.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jaoob Pfaff's Is unoxcolled.as aro
aloo hta Cakes and Ices. Finest
NoaDolltnn Ice Cream that can bo
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon given to oorvln? oartleo
recoptlons, woddlncsor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
COR. THIRD AND OHUROH STREET
norso3 Sopi by the Day, We ok or Honlh,
HroEiDt Attention Glvon ts Funerals.
Carriage wvn be ordered to and from ail
Hams 10 an parts 01 tno city, ar
dors by tolophono will rocelve
MAHIETTA - - - OHIO
Sometimes needs a reli
abla monthly regulating
Aro prompt, eafo and certain in resnlu Tbe psnn.
loo (Dr. Peal's) never dUzppolnt. Sent auywhero,
A. J. RICnAUDS, JIarlotta, O.
I BUGGIES 1
To make room for an- rrj
M yj. other carload to arrive H
g rj in ton days wo will sell k!
at a liberal discount.
Now is your chance.
ti 010 jiourin street. rn
GEO. STKECKEll. HlSNUY STUEOKXH
GEO. STRECKER &. CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oi
Well Hollers, Oil Tanks, Smoko Stacks and
TubeExpandeis. Special attention given to
ropahlng Uolleis In the oil fields. Wo employ
nono but the best mechanics In this line.
Olve us a trial wo know wo can pleaso you.
Ofllce and works on West Side.
HUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
Before buying a vehicle, don't
fail to call on tho undersigned, as
ho can savo you considerable
money on any purchase.
Half dozen Spring Wagons and
Oil Buckboards of Bay's own
make, also a lot of lumber wagons
will sell at a bargain.
TH0S. C. BAY,
215-17-VO Second St MARIETTA, O.
The Wnshlnffton County Farmers'
Institute will be held at Lower Salem,
Dee. 7th and 8tli. A fine program is
arranged and good speakers will at
tend, Come oyorybody.
By order of Executive Committee.
Livery, Feed and
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