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-From Now Till Ghristnias-
It's only a few days, but each ono of
them is worth two days of ordinary
All tho great Holiday stock must ho
disposed of tho Hooks, the Dolls, the
Toys, tho Games, nil the great host of
Fancy Articles are to be sold. Wo
carry nothing over.
Great crowds dally visit this store.
Still greater crowds will follow. There
is reason for it, and there's reason in
it. Every counter and shelf is laden
with these reasons.
Make this store the base of your
Holiday supplies and see how satisfac
tory you will be berved.
Is it HANDKERCHIEFS?
We arc in good shape to fit your
every desire. Seo tho things, buy, and
know the prices must be right lc, He,
5c, 10c, lGc and 25c. Hemstitch at 5c.
Embroidered 5c, 10c to t'.Oc Silk Erab.
A REVELATION IN HOOK-SELLING.
That's just what it is. Hooks at Dry
Goods Profits are cheap property for
anybody's purchase. 1'icturo books at
lc, 3c, 5c, 15c. Hooks of Fiction and
Poetry at 10c, 15c, 15c to 50c. Some
choice books, as Grant's Travels, Stan
ley's Africa, Josephus, Teacher's Htbles,
Columbian Views, Roe's Works etc.,
away under regular prices. Must go
HOLIDAY CLOAK SELLING.
Not a word as to how or where we
got these lots,. We'll sjy the however
if you haven't bought you'll be glad
you wa ited.
No. 169 Front
SCow anil liilcri'tln:; Happening Itlila
Our HnrdnM. !
Tlio Writui-.i I' iliin :..i-i;r Mill In, llust
Pay I , lr OriliT iT tlm Supi im turt.
Coi.umuls. ). Dec. 2'.. The supreme
court mandate issiii-d Muml.ij , order
ing the Western I,' n ion Uulegtuph Co
to pay :it once to the state and
counties tho tavos due tinder the
Nichols law. means tiiu handing I
over of about bJl'-MIU). The i.uct
sum can not be stated nnlrss a com
putation be made on the basis oE the
ta rate in each couut. 'Ihe mm
pany Is capitalized t M.umi.iiwi. Hack
taxes are due for the e.tis lb1).! to Ib'Jli
inclusive, and the average rate of tax-j
atiori in the awous counties for these
years is slightly ovei 2 ,' per cent Of
Jus amount the state will jitiujc
about one-eighth, or 5J(.r.i)'i. ihe bal
ance going to thu country treasuries.
'Iliis payment will be the first under
the Nichols law, which is a new prin
ciple of taxation in Ohio. Its essence
is. that tti.eb shall be levied upon the
actual va'uu of a corporation as repie
iKentod b- Its stock capitalization, in
htead of. as herotofoic, tasmg only the
plant, which in' this instance would
mean prinnnally .so many poles and
miles of wire.
SUNDAY CREE.K MINERS.
5 hi- l'nyiiimir i,r tin, CJ-Cnt 11 Un Jlny
.li4) AuittVur sirlUf.
Hinnoi.roiii, ()., Due. 'Jj.-hccjct.iry-Treasurer
Lewis, of the Ohio .Mine
"W orkers' union, Monday received word
from the bunday Creek valley that
thi-ee of tho largest mines had gone
to work- at the (il-cent late 'this
action is expected to cause a bteak
5n tho ranks of the opciators,
who have been holding out for 45 and
.Il-cent rates, which conforms to the
differential between Ohio and Western
Pennsylvania. There ii great dissatis
faction among the miners all over the
state, and movement), have been set on
foot for u strike not later than the
middle of January for tho restoration
of tho lil-eent rate without regard to
what the Western Pennsylvania mines
may bo paying.
Ollln !t ttn lliihpitill.
Com Jini'.s, O.. Dec 'JJ. Tlio jeports
of Dr. E. II. Ilorlck, superintendent,
nnd Prank C. Coehuster. Jl'nanuhil olli
cer of tho statu hospital at
A J hens, have been filed witli Gov
Hushnell In the p-ht year tho
patients have lived just as well as
ever, while the per cipita is SPJ!i..1li, as
against SlSS,:n tho year previous. This
is quite a big reduction in c.ponsus,
and, of course, rcilcets great credit on
tho ollicers. In fact, the per capita
cost this year is lowpr than that of any
j-ear in this hospitals life.
Furniture l'lint bold.
Sandubkt, O., Dec. 22. Tho O. H.
llodgman Manufacturing Co.'s plant
ihere was sold by tin riiriff Monday.
It was appraised at ?53,-0O0, and was
bought by J. O, Moss, of this city, for
two-thirds its appraised value.
JACKETS. Wool Irish Frieze a
nobby style goods this season in
browns and blues at $3.98, regular
price 35.00. Wool Houcles and Heavers,
blacks and light gray and browns,
newest patterns at 50.48, regular price
$8.50 and $10.00. Long Sweep Double
Capes Wool Houclo at ?(S.4S, wcro $10.00.
Many other styles and prices that will
A Clean Swoop of-e
Dol'.s, Toys and Games.
All must be swept out at this sale.
Prices made that will move them.
Compare our prices with what you cn
pected to pay and all the saving.
FANCY CHINA AND HRIC A HRAC
Don't want a piece loft over. China
Japanese and Porcelain Ware in novel
HINTS TO GIFT BUYERS.
The Umbrella stock invites you Silk
Gloria with fine handles at 81.25. 51.50,
SI.S3, $2.50, 2.78 Great Hargains.
Tho Perfumery equipment forms a
department in itself. Fine bulk per
fumes at 10c an ounce. Itottle goods
at proportionate prices.
The Jewelry, Silverware Clock and
Watch Department now at its best.
Many creations of the jewelers' art to
In Dress Goods, Clothing, Hats and
Caps, Queensware etc., wo are very
Fancy Groceries, Candies, Nuts,
Chocolate, Fruits, Oysters, C.ikes etc.
We can save you money every time,
on all kinds of goods
Street, Marietta, Ohio.
Umlv r .1. (!. CJmilil I'nuncl.
Toi.i no, O., Dec 'JJ. The mystery
MJi-roiiuding the disappearance of J. (;.
Gould, viLe-prcsident of the Leland
hmith lob.icco Co.. which failed last
week, was solved Monday afternoon,
when Gould's dead body was found in
:i ditch in East 'loledo. In the right
hand was a revolver, in the right, tem
ple a bullet hole, indicating suicide.
None of the deceased's xaluables had
been taken Gould had been missing a
Clicrm! .11011 Ought by it bw liullrr.
Or.nvir.i.i:, O, Dee. 'J'J. A m.iu repre
senting himself as an agent of Living
ston & Co., of Columbus. O , bought
the summer output of cheese of manu
factories in Wayne and adjoining coun
ties, ordeiing it to bo shipped to Co
lumbus. He has disappeared, bo lias
the cheese Tho swindler nets about
Orrtloso of Morphine.
Cl.i:vr.j.AM. O., Dec. 'JJ. Charles
Childs, a wealthy retiicd merchant
and a veteran of the Mexican war, who
lived at lbj Wade Park avenue, died
Tuesday morning of an overdose of
morphine, aged 75. lie had .suilered
from rheumatism, and it is thought
that he took tho drug with suicidal in
tent. Aged CnitjiU Dr.id.
Di-nnison, O., Dec. 'JJ. James Hell
and wife, highly respected pioneers, of
near lio.vford, 'J miles northeast of
here, died within 1'J hours of each
other Sunday. Mrs Hell's death was
witnessed by her husband, who occu
pied a bed in the same room. Hoth
were approaching their ninetieth year.
Ilu .Must 1. oil HI tlio btllti'.
Cor.UMlil's, ()., Dec. 52. Edward
Mines, serving a sentence of fouryear.s
from Montgomery county for grand
larceny, Monday had his sentence com
muted s-o as to release him. He is a
short card man and has promised to
leavo tho state. He was received May,
Tin; ;ki:i:?, ui:foi:i: tiii: iikd.
Tat (sympathetically) Shniall won
dher farr.yez aggrissiveniss, uio green
frlnd, yez inoosht be nfther hovin a
prelnonition av th' color degradation
that's about to kim upon yez. N, Y.
Gntherctl From All Tartu of tlio Country
The 20-round bout before the Broad
way Athletic club, New York, between
Hob Armstrong, of Chicago, and Clias.
Stong. of Newark, N. J., was won by
Armstrong in the nineteenth round.
Two thousand pcoplo saw Tommy
Ryan, of Syracuse, tho champion wel
terweight, whip Hilly McCarthy, of
Australia, in seven rounds, buforo tho
Empire Atlotic club, of Buffalo, Mon
Walbridgo & Co.'s hardwaro and
houso furnishing establishment and
tlio Jcwctt building, adjoining, at Buf
falo, N. Y., were damaged by flro
Tuesday morning to tho extent of
Adm. Bunco's flagship, tho Now
York, with the cruiser Maine and tho
tender Fern, loft Tompkinsvillo Mon
day for Fort Monroe, where thoy will
join the battleship Indiana. Tho Mas
sachusetts, Texas and Montgomery
will follow before January 1.
'Ihe Bluo mine, of Ncgattnes, Mich.,
has been sold to Corrigan, McKinney
& Co , of Cleveland, O. Tho considera
tion is not given, but it is understood
to bo about $50,000. The property is
capable of heavy production and will
be strongly worked by tho purchasers.
Tho lowest temperature which has
prevailed in tho Adirondack region
thus far this winter was recorded
Tuesday morning. At North Creek
the thermometer indicated 14 degrees
below zero, at Marion River 23 below,
at Kceno Center 9 below, and nt
Schroon Lako 3 below.
Tho National Hank of Illinois which
suspended Monday at Chicago, has two
correspondents in St. Louis, the Me
chanics bank and tho Commercial
bank. Officers of both these banks say
that the St. Louis correspondents owo
the Chicago bank money and will suf
fer through its failure.
John Hurkhardt and Gcorgo Rciss,
bricklayers, employed on a building in
course of erection at the corner of
Greene and Bleeckcr street, New York,
were precipitated from tho sixth floor
through the building to the cellar,
Tuesday morning, by tho collapse of a
scaffold. IlJR-khardt was killed and
Rciss fatally injured.
The confirmation of Rt. Hon. and
Most Rev. Frederick Tempte archbish
op of Canterbury nnd primate of all
England, in succession to the lato Most
Rev. Edward White Benson, who was
seized with apoplexy during services
in the Hawarden church, on October
11, and died a few minutes later, took
place in the church of St. Mary Lc Bow
in London Tuesday.
A woman and a man wcro found in a
room in the Hampton houso, Boston,
Tuesday morning with the gas escap
ing from two burners The woman
was dead and the man unconscious.
Ho was sent to a hospital and the wom
an's body taken to an undertakers.
They registered Monday night as Don
ald Donovan and wife. They are be
lieved to belong to Concord, N. II.
Mrs. Cecile Franklin, propi'ietor of
one of the most fashionable boarding
houses in St. Louis, died from the ef
fects of cocaine poisoning at tho resi
dence of Dr, I. N. Love, No. 3042 Lin
dell Boulevard, at two o'clock Monday
afternoon. Mrs. Franklin had evi
dently taken the poison about nine
o'clock Monday morning, but whether
with the intention of ending her life
or .simply to alleviate pain is not
Tho bank of Minnesota, at St. Paul,
Wm. Dawson, president, Robert A.
Smith, vice president, and Wm. Daw
son, jr., cashier, closed its doors at 11
o'clock Monday morning. Lack of
ready money was the cause. Accord,
ing to tho last statement of the Hank
of Minnesota it had a paid up capital
of 5000,000; surplus, 100,000; undivided
profits, 8113,750; individual deposits,
82,145,250; bank deposits, S502.540, and
loans and discounts, S'J.433,000.
Tlio Wenthur. q
Washington, Dec. 22. For Ohio Gener
ally fair Wcrtnosday; fresh to brisk westerly
Tor Tennessee anil Kentucky Gcnorally
fair Wednesday. wltU southerly to westerly
Tor West Virginia Fair Wednesday; west
For Indiana Wednesday cloudy; brlslt
southerly winds, shifting to westerly.
CIKCINNATI, O , DCC. 22.
Flouii Spring fancy, S3.00S4.2o. Bprins
family, S3.biQ2 85 spring patent, SI 65S4 HO,
winter pitent. Jl 753-1 03: fancy, f4.23a4.50:
family. $3.60X3 00, extra, JJ.75S3.23. low grade,
SI50&2 75. rye, northwestern, S170S2.B0, do
city. 82.7032 80
Wheat No 2 rod, nominal during a scarci
ty at 01c.
CoitN-Sales' No. 2 mixed, track, 21 Ytc: yel
low oar, track, 21c: mixed car, track, 20c, No.
2 yellow, track, 212ic; No, 3 yellow, track,
Oats Sales: No 3 mixed (choice), track,
18Wc; No. 3 white, track, 18c.
Hoes Select shippers, S3.30Q3.35; select
butchers, S3.C533.20. fjlrtogood packets. tl'JO
(23,25. fair to good light, !ai5330, common
and rougns, 12 50&3.15
Cattle Fair to good shippers', S3 5031 25;
choice, $4 S03! 50, good to choice butchers'.
8iC5lS110, fair to medium butchers', $a003
3,00. common, JJ.OOa'J.75
Sheep and Lambs Sheep: Extras, 53.403
3.50. cood to choice, ja00S135. common to
fair. JiCOaJ-75 Lambs: Extras, J4.83I&5.00;
good to choice, JI2o3475; common to fair,
Veai. Calves Fair to good light,! 73ft5 50;
extra, S5.75a00. common and large. SJ.COaJ-50.
Wool Unwashed, line merino, OSIOo por
lb ; quarter-blood clothing, I2lScj medium,
delaine and clothing, 12014c: braid, lli;c;
medium combing, !3&lltf e. Washed, lino me
rino, X to XX, 13c; medium clothing, HJJIOoj
delalno fleece, 14010:; long combing, iSI&ICo:
quarter-blood and low, 13814c; common
coarse, 11312c; tub-washed, choice, 17Q18o;
tub-washed, 'jverage, 10S17&
New York. Dec. 22.
Wheat No. 2 red Decomber, 88fc88)jc:
January, 87JiQS7;jc; March, eO.";aS9,';c;
May, 85ftQ80 3-lCc: July, 81?i361 11-lCc.
Coiin No. 2, 28JJQ29Jic; May, 31J4c.
Oats Western, 223lc; January, 22Kc;
Toledo, O', Dec, 22.
Wheat No. 2 red oosh and December, Dlo:
May OJJic; July, 78Mo; No. 3 red cash, 89c.
Conic No 2 mixed cash, 22Kc; No. 3 do,
-Otfcj yellow, 21c.
Oats No. 2 mixed oasb, 18c. fi
Chicago, Dec. 2.
Whiat December, 77c; January, 77oj
May, mtUSOfia bid.
Conn December, S!He; January, 22tfo;
uii!-December, U5i Jtniary, lOHoj
M&y, !9Xo a.
Samuel J. Mounts, Plaintiff.
' ncalnst ;
Cynthia A. Mourns, Defendnnt.
Tho Court of Common I'leas of Washlng'on
County. Ohio. Divorce.
Depositions lu the above named action will bo
taken by tho plnlutlff, at tho olllco of Moore
and Wells, lu tho town of Union City, County
of Obrlen, nnd Stato of Tennessee, on thn llth
day of January, A D lb!)7. between I) o'clock
a. ui nnd 4 o'clock p. in '. mid the examination
will be adjourned from dav to day thereafter
Said depositions to be ued as evidence In the
trial of the above entitled cause
Undekwood & LtlllEV.
Dec. 10th swks. Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Alan's Greatest Joy
Is his strength and vigor tha full
possession of his powers.
banish the dangerous weaknesses of both
sexes, revitalize Ihe nervous system, enrich
and purify the blood. They check all drains
$1.00 Vet Box, 6 Boxes, i.00.
A legal irmrnntee to mre or refund tlio
moncy.w.lth e cry BS.OO.crdsr. A-'dress
A. ". lUCliAKDS, Mnrlott.i.11.
BAUM'S :-: TOUSORIAL :-: PALACE.
Hcconily Rcfiliod. Tho Finest
Ploco in tho City.
Citizen's National Hank lliock, corner
Putnam and hecond streets
til.O. brHECKEK. MNHY MUtl'k
GEO. STREGKER & CO.,
.Manufacturers of Marin-, Stationary aud Oi
Well Holleis. Oil T.inltH. Smoko Stacks .inrf
Tube Expanders Special atteutlon glvou u
repairing Hollers la tho oil llelds. We tailt
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know we can ple.iM- von
Office and works on West Side.
Notice of Appolntmont,
EJEstato of Frank U. Dalton, Deceased
Tfco undersigned has been appointed and
qualified is Administrator of the Estate of
Frank M. Dalton, late or Washington County.
Dated this bth day of December, A 1J IR'iil.
Dec th-3n l:s, 1) L Fawcf-.M
Examination of Teachers
of Washington County will be held from 8 A.
M until 8 C. M. at tho Marietta High bchool
.lu iho second Miiurd.tv of each moutli except
o imuiry. Julv and August.
MAlniN R. ANDREWS.
Sept 10. 'ml. Pu-s miornxiimlupis.
a w:. w&gm
If only one. magazine can le taken, we would suggest the
- - JFICir of JtcvEirs, as covering more ground than
a,y ether magazine." tf oaru of Library Commissioners
I -. ,wit Auiiii3iiuut logu.
'HIS magazine is, in its
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A . -".-. iiai iii rcaaers, wno include the most noted
' names of the Ehgllsh-speaking world, are pleassd to call
aosoiuteiy up to date," "thoroughly abreast of the times,"
( "invaluable," and "indispensable." It is profusely illustrated
with timely portraits, views, and cartoons. Its original articles
f4 are of immediate interest, by the best authorities on their respect
ive subjects. The Editor's "Progress of the World" gives a
i clear, rightly proportioned view of the history of ihe human
' race during the current month The " Leading Articles of the
Month " present the important parts of the best magazine articles
'f that have been written in every part of the world. Tho newest
I and most important books are carefully reviewed. Indexes,
chronological records, and other departments complete the
certainty that the reader of the Review
or Reviews will miss nothing of
significance that is said or written or
' throughout the vorld.
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Lland&oine as il 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 better
0. N. TEDDINGIIAUS,
CUT GLASS AND FINE CHINA
What is quite so nice for CHRISTMAS ?
Call in and seo my rare assortment. Also Dinner Sets and
Chamber Sets Decorated.
Mrs. C. W. Holz, 286 Front Street.
Read! Read! Read!
TDtJASONSwhy you should" roiul
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IT has the latest and most reliable
foreign as well as domestic news;
IT has better financial and market
reports and more special corre
spondents than any other Cin
IT contains twice as much news as
any other paper sold at the same
IT is a family paper, and has the
largest lionif circulation of any
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I&jyj. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND SUU
GKON. Ofllco and residence r.i)7 Sixth street.
Phono No 211. Nov.5ith-8ni3S.
BcfiTJ. C. Hardy, M. D . office corner Sec
ond and Putnamstu'i'ts. Telephone "1. Onice
hours !l to 12 and 2 to I.
Sjril V. Hurt M, I) . Physician and Surgeon,
Ofl'ce anil ricsldencii No. .110 Hunt street. Te
lephone No hi. tl.Jaul.'Ofl.
OJTCHAS. S. IIAItT, JI. D, office ana resi
dence No. 0(l Putnam street. Telephone 203.
S?-DK. T. S. WAUD, Dentlsty Office in
Law Building, rooms 7 and S.
ESTDR. C. V. DYK, Deatlst, Marietta, Ohio.
Offlco 2112 Kiont Street, over Weis' Grocery.
FW-DR. W. M. IIAItT, Dentist. Office 12
Putnam St., hftwoin Front and Second
tSTDn. E. P. KDDy, Dentist. Office 801
Front streot, opposite Soldiers Monument.
83TDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
Wtf. M. HART, Dentl3t. Office oer Witt
Hg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hom.s from
If a. m. to 5 p. m.
lloli liiy IXriirgloii liules
Via JJ. & O. II. Hy. Kate one and ono third
f-ue for the round trip. Tickets good going
Dec 24 25 and ill. lS'Kl and Jan 1, lsflT. iJood
ri-turnlng until Jan -fth Incl Fare to Colum
bus and return 81.40. Chicago and teturn
i"-' - "
contributed and departmental
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ln Stamps for
than any other, is what has placed
tho PREMO hif-h in the estimation
of every practical photographer who
knows a good thing when he sees it.
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43 South St., Rochester, N. Y.
Soiling Agent, Marietta, O.
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h will answer any question you may ask It.
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1,500 TOPICS TREATED.
A COMPLETE statistical and
political history of the United
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dential election accurately com
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human knowledge can require.
A reference library boiled down I
No American who wlshesto know
his country can be without It.
Jan. 1, 1897. Pulitzer Bldg.,
w ' , , . tor
Ohr n f: x resents
Gould y anything more at
tractive than a nice
Letter Copying Press
for tho oilice of your friend?
We are jufct finishing another
lot in Rose Enamel and Gold,
Large, full size goods, and when
presented will give satisfaction
and pleasure to the user, aad re
main in a conspicuous place to
your credit and remembrance for
years to coine.
Glad to have you call aud see
them whether you wish to buy or
Third and Hutler Sts. Marietta, O.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
Before buying a vehicle, don't
fail to call on the undersigned, as
he can save 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.
U15-17-19 Second St. MARIETTA, O.
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CUUROH STREET
HoraesltontbythoDay, Weok or Month.
Prompt Attention Givon to Punorali.
Carriage can bo oiorod to and from all
trains to all parts ot tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
, prompt attontion.
MARIETTA - - OHIO
4 BUGGIES I
To make room for an- H j?
another carload to arrive I71 fe
jP In ten days we will sell H &
psat a liberal discount. H
m qj Now is your chance. Hi
4dF. H. Dutton & Son., S I
UJ 515 Fourth btreet. m
I 3XPEESS WAGONS $
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaffo la unoxcollecl.na aro
also hlo Calco3 and Ices. Plnast
Noarjollturj loo Cream that can be
made. Particular and poraonal at.
tontlon glvon' to aorvlntr parties
receptions, weddlnso or public din
nor8( JACJOB PFAFP,