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Are You
thinking of gcUiuj? your
picture taken?
If so, of courso you want the
Latest Style, '
Best Finish,
Most Natural Expression,
And a "SrKAKiNp" Likeness.
In short THE BEST, which everybody
knows Is made by
The Marietta Picture Man.
When your purchases at my store
nmniinf. to 3 vou are entitled to an
order on J. W. Kine, the Photographer,
on presentation of which, together
,,uv, Ki.Kfi von will receive Six of
King's Best E Inished Cabinets and One
sooi Rntrrnvlnp Photorrranh on an
India Tint Mount
This offer is for a Ltmite'd Time.
Take advantage of it
129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio.
Look At This!
A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuso
Bike at $55,00.-815.00 down, $3.75 per
week for 4 weeks and 82.50 per week
thereafter until paid for. Speculations:
a or Inch frame. Birmingham seamless
tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of
wood, enameled or nickled handle bars,
finish maroon or black. Bearings oil
tempered and dust proof.
There are no stampings or castings
on this wheel; it is strictly high grade,
warranted to bo perfect in every re
spect and stands the est
110 Front St, Marietta, Ohio.
Would not have been
half so charming if
she had not been
WI&K as well as
The reason is easy
to find: Rare Pcr
lumes lend added
charm to beauty and
the above young lady
was posted. Backed
up her judgment,
too, by supplying her
"perfume wants" at
the right place;
The "Belles" all
know our stock of
"society odors" is
most complete.
One thing is .cer
tain you may forget
us, but the remem
brance Of OUr DEI.I
ING perfumes will
linger longer with
you than the mem
ory of the "last rose
of summer."
Putnam Street Pharmacy
124 Putnam St., Marietta, Ohio.
Marietta News Stand,
216 Front Street.
Tapers for all. The campaign is
on; read and become enlightened.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune,
daily, 10c per week.
Pittsburg Commercial Gazette,
daily, 6c per week.
Pittsburg Post, daily, 6c per
All papers delivered upon ar
rival, promptly; also all Monthly
Magazines and Weekly Periodi
caib. Bicycle livery tho -best in. the
city, rates moderate, and plenty
of wheels.
Guns for rent. "
J. L
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Livery, Feed and
Bale Stables.
Horses kopt by tbs Day, Week or Month,
Promnt Attention Given to Fnnorili.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
prompt attention
Examination of .Teachers
of Washington County will bo held IromftA.
Si. until Si. M. at the Marietta High School,
on the second Saturday ol each month except
January, MUnw8.V
Sept. 10, 'M. Pres.U'd of Examiners,
Mrs. Ed. Richards and Miss flora
Honneger left Saturday to visit friends
at Parkersburg-.
J. Hopo Sutor, receiver of the Z. &
O. railway, yesterday issued a circular
which announces that, commencing
with yesterday, the suspension of em
ployes for minor derelictions of duty
will be abolished and tho Fall Broolt
system of discipline has been inaugurat
ed. This is the bulletin systom which
is being employed by all tho loading
roads and Is most successful from every
standpoint With yestorday, 'all em
ployes bogin with a now record except
that when future record-shows that
past offenses are being repeated and
that former consideration for the
offender has not brought tho desired
result, ho may be dismissed. Times
" During a racket at William Bush's
on Ohio Btreet Saturday evening, Bush
struck a man over tho head with a
revolver. Both will appear before the
Mayor today.
Conductor Uriah Campbell, who
has been confined to tho house for sev
eral days by illness, resumed his duties
on the B. & O. S. W. Sunday.
Mi's. Emll Korb and daughter, of
Parkersburg, is visiting relatives in the
The Marietta College football team
has the following games scheduled for
this season: October 10th, Athens at
Marietta; October 24, Dounison atGran
yllle; October 81, Bethany at Parkers
burg; Novomber, 7, Central College,
Ky., at Huntington; November 21, Den
nison at Mai ietta; November 14, O. U.
at Athens. The Thanksgiving Day
gamo has not yet been finally determ
ined upon.
A gentleman considerably under
the influence of liquor was locked up
by Marshal Parlin Sunday and will see
tho Mayor about it this morning.
Dr. E. B. Morrison, High Priest of
American Union Chapter No. 1, leaves
today for Sandusky to attend the meet
ing of the Grand Chapter, which opens
on Wednesday.
Rose Craig, Ohio street, attracted
some attention on Front street Sunday
evening by expressing her opinion of a
young man against whom she appear
ed to 'have a grudge.
A horse being driven by James
Shay, the well known oil man, became
frightened at a passing train on the
West Side Sunday and overturned the
buggy. The vehicle was smashed, but
Mr. Shay was not hurt.
Prof. II. S. Saronl Is organizing a
class in German: The tuition will be
S2 for 20 lessons.
Mrs. Mary E. Guyton, of McCon
nelsvllle, is visiting the families of J.
L. and B. E. Guyton.
Judge Dorm addressed a splendid
meeting of Republicans at Newport
Saturday evening and made a gratify
ing Impression. Senator Garfield also
had a fine meeting at Lower Salem
Friday afternoon.
The new'steamor Kanawha arrived
up the Ohio Saturday evening on her
regular trip.
In tho gamo here Wednesday the
Pittsburg nine will line up as follows ;
Donovan r. f., Ely s. s., Tezetto lb,
Stenzel c. f., Smith 1. f., Lyons 3b,, Pad
den 2b., Sugden c, Hastings p.
William Wright was fined S3 and
costs by Mayor Meisenhelder Saturday
for drunkenness and disorderly con
duct. Attorney C. II. Danford, of (Jald
woll, has removed with his family to
this city.
Mr. A. H. Wagner left Saturday
for Cincinnati to enter the Ohio Dental
Major Jewett Palmer, F. S. M. of
Marietta Council No. 78 A. and 8. M. of
this city, leaves this morning ovor the
C. & M. for Sandusky, to attend the
annual meeting of the Grand Council
which convenes in that city tomorrow.
J. B. Hovey,,Esq., Past Grand High
Priest of the Grand Chapter of Oh'io,
leaves today for Sandusky to attend
the Annual Convention of that body,
which convenes there on Wednesday of
this week. By virtue of having served
in' this high office ho is a life member
of tho Grand Chapter of the United
The Republicans of Wood county
have made arrangements to have over
500 men In tho party on their trip to
Canton, to call upon the next president,
Major McKlnloy, on October 7th.
. The Pittsburg Post says : "When
the Pittsburg and Cincinnati Packet
Lino declared a dlyldend of 9 per cent.
there was considerable surprise mani
fested. Tho company this year lost
one of its best boats and built the new
Virginia, which cost ?05,000.
Captain Lee Aushutz seems un the
verge of having another disastrous
river vonture on his hands. He char
tered and brought tho steamer Virgty
Ratcliffo to tho harbor at Pittsburg
for tho purposo of taking the pilots
down tho river on a tour of inspection, -making
a rate of $12 a man for tho trip
to Loulsvillo and return. Now-a, num
ber of the pilots have, clubbed togethor
and secured tho towboat Return, and
are successfully collecting a crowd to
take the trip at-?lQ per man.
Tho Bethel M. E- social will be held
at Mr. and Mrs. Church Mercer's Satur
day, October 17th, afternoon and eve
ning. Evorybpdy invited.
Frank Sibley left on the steamer
Kanawha Friday on a trip up tho pic
turesque Ohio. Mrs Sibley will ac
company him as far'aa Marietta where
she will visit relatives. Galllpolis
The annual meeting of the South
eastern Ohio Teaehors' Association will
bo held at New Lexington, Perry coun
ty, on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 30
and 31.
The directors of the County Fair
Association met Saturduy at tho office
of Secretary J. 0. Brenan and decided
to hold a four days' exhibition early iu
September of noxt year. The receipts
of the Fair this year were sufficient to
pay off 3800 of the Association's indebt
edness besides paying premiums in
The many friends of Mr. R. S.
Mason, of Relief, one of the best
known farmers in the Muskingum val
ley, willregret to learn that he has as
signed for the benefit of his creditors.
W. W. Allison, of Waterford, is named
as assignee.
The D. U. fraternity of Marietta
College enjoyed a picnic at Pleasant
Hill farm last Saturday, making the
trip In a band wagon. They were ac
companied by their lady friends, who
took along a dainty lunch. Eight
couples were present.
Mrs. W. H. Ranger is visiting
friends in Columbus.
Marietta lost two games to Park
ersburg Saturday, the first by a score
of 0 to 7 and the second 2 to 0. The
last game was called after the fifth in
ning on account of darkness. The loss
of both games is attributed to Jack
Taylor, who was intoxicated and in no
condition to play. In tho first game
the ParkorBburg police, at the instiga
tion of Slg. Marcus (and this statement
can be proven) took Gilligan, tho Ma
rietta shortstop, out of the game for a
S3 board bill, which necessitated sub
stituting Taylor, with the natural re
sult. The Marietta management re
leased Taylor on Sunday and will fin
ish tho season with but two pitchers,
Blough and Purcell, who will pitch the
trame against the Cincinnati Reds on
'Die Junior Class at College has
elected tho following officers : Presi
dent, John Jones; Vice President, L.
J. Poters ; Secretary and Treasurer,
A. T. Williamson ; Poet, Bovie ; Histor
ian, Chas. McClure ; Field Captain, F.
B. McKinney.
The reunion of the (13d Regiment
O, V. V. I. at Chauncoy, Athens county,
on the 2d and 3d Inst, was one of the
plcasantest the regiment has ever held.
The town was turned over to the sol
diers. The' people opened their houses
and fed the boys with the best the
land afforded, without charge. There
were present 53 members. The officers
for the ensuing year were chosen as
follows: Col. O. L. Jackson, President;
Wm. Snyder, Vice President; Capt. G.
Bartlett, Red! Secretary; Capt R. S.
Mason, Per. Secretary: U. Beckert,
Treasurer. The next reunion will be
held at Corning, the first week in Oc
tober, 1897. Out of tho 55 members
present, 52 were for McKinley and
sound money, and 3 were for Bryan.
Hon. n. C. VanVoorhis, the dis
tinguished gentleman now represent
ing the Fifteenth District in Congress,
will address tho McKinJey Sound
Money Club at the Court House this
evening. Mr. VanVoorhiB is a ready
speaker and eminently qualified to cope
with the issues of this campaign.
Everybody should turn out and hear
Catcher Donahue, of tho Mariettas,
will play with Parkersburg against the
Cincinnati Reds this afternoon.
Married, at Colorado Springs, Sep
tember 1st, Mr. DewardBules and Miss
Agnes Kline. . Miss Kline is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kline, Stan
leyville, this county.
A recent issue of the Albany Ex
press speaks very well of H. L. Wood
ward, who Is campaigning various por
tions of New York state in the interest
of tho Republican party.
Miss Hall, one of
Davis' guqsts, sang at
church Sunday morning.
lady has a mezzo
wonderful volume
People are Talking All Over Marietta.
This Report Conies Frcm Eighth
How It spreads.
Can't keep a "good thing" down.
Ever notice how "good things" are
Better the article, more Imitators.
Fortunately tho public have a safe
guard. Praise oun't be imitated.
And True praise takes root and
Clulm is one thing, proof another.
Claim is what the manufacturers
Proof is what the people say.
Marietta people say,
Doan's Kidney PiUs euro sick kid
neys. Cures all kidney ills
Hundreds or citieus testify to this.
Hre is a case In point:
Mr. Rudolph Rudig, of Eighth St..
near City limit says: "I am a painter
Dy trade aim l think that the chetni
cals used in my work is unhealthy.
worked in the varnish room at Lob
dell's shop for u long ttmd and could
notice the bad ellect more while work
Ing In a closed room than I can when
working in the open air. My kidneys
nave uothered me for about threo ana
a-half years, at times I suffered severe'
IV and- was unable to work and have
been off as much as threo weeks part
of the time being unable to get out of
bed, and having such dull steady ach
ing across the loins, and sharp tinges
of pain when I attempted to move. I
have been examined and treated by a
physician. While he stated that the
kidneys were effected he failed to do
anything for me. Thon I tried other
medicines and obtained tho same' re
sults. I got a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills down at W. H. Styor's drugstore
on Front St. They not only relieved
me after taking a few doses but I be
lieve thoy made a euro of it, for I am
working hard all the time and have no
return of it. Doan's Kidney Pills are a
For sale by all dealers. Price 50cts,
a box. Mailed by roster-Milburn Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the
United States.
A Hint to Busy People!
Save yourself as much as you can. Some
things you can buy ready made. For instance,
Outing or Flannelette Night.Gowns. We have
them for Children at 50c, for Misses at 75c,
for Ladipsat 75c and $1.00, and Nightshirts
for Men aU75c and $1.00.
There is solid comfort in
the wearing of these soft,
fleecy gowns.
It will not payyou to make
when you can 6 buy at so
nearcostl of materials. A
xtmmSgr new lot at oucts. ana up.
SEPARATE SKIRTS Convenient to wear
with any waist well made of black fancy
Mohair, at $2.00 and $3.00.
Board of Health Notice.
After Januaiy 1st 181)", no person shall Keep
or penult to bo kept upon Ills or her premises
within the City of Marietta, Ohio, any liin(r
animal of the hog l;lnd more than forty-eight
hourB, and anv person violating this rule,
shall upon conviction be fined not less than
live dollaia and not more than twenty-live
Ps-ssed September 2th 1S00.
F. E. McKIM, Clerk.
Secure your reading matter fme by
trading with merchants giving away
Periodical Tickets.
C. & F3. Excursions.
On account of tho Bopubliean Rally,
Senator P.. G. Ilorr speaker, at Cald
well, Oct. b, the C. & M. Ry. will sell
excursion tickets from all stations
Cambridge to Marietta Inclusive at one
fare for the round trip. Tickets good
for one day only.
On ancount of Lodge Free and nc
ceptcd Masons of Ohio at Cincinnati
the C. & M. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Oct. 19 at one fare for tho round
trip. Tickets good returning until
Oct. 23.
Invoice of Fall and Winter Wraps, consisting
of Jackets and Capes came in from New York,
to-day, making our stock at
this time the largest and most
complete in the city. Every
garment is made of the
Best Material
in the
Very Latest Styles,
K, ana xne prices are so reason-
able that they are sure to sell.
Please drop in at 172 Front Street and see
for yourselves.
E"FOIt SALE East End Building Lots.
153 Lots ranging in prlco from J10 to J37S
Terms to suit. J. L. Guyton,
Room 10, Law Building.
ning ill have a display of Pattern Hats and
Bonnets Wednesday and Thursday, October
th and 6th. Mon &,Tnes.
8SyLADIES If you have a dress to make,
or one to cut anJ lit, take it to the I. O. O. F.
building, West Side. All work guaranteed to
give satisfaction. It S. BitKCKENniDGE.
SSB. F. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon.
Office and Residence No. 310 Tront street. Te
lephone No. 09. tl. Janl .'00.
TMoney to Loan. Apply at Room
Mills Building, Cor. 2nd and Putnam Sts.
carCHAS. S. HART, M. D office and resi
dence No. 300 Putnam btreet. Telephone 209.
ffar-DR. T. S. WARD, Dentist.
Law Building, rooms 7 and 8.
Office in
SS"DR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio.
Office 292 Front Street, over Wels' Grocery.
tDR. W. M. HART, DENTIST. Office 12
Putnam St., between Front and Second.
fSlT Dr. E. F. Enn7, Dentist. Office 304
Front Btreet, opposite Soldiers Monument.
Gas administered.
The young
soprano voice of
and tone. She
sings, too, with tho grace and finish of
a cultured artist. It is hoped Miss
Hall may again bn heard in public
while she is in Marietta.
Mr. Fred Coleman expects to leayo
this week for Columbus, and he will
probably make that city his homo.
His family for tho present will remain
in Marietta.
About as rare a treat as onocan en
joy is a trip to Harmar Hill on one of
these fall afternoons. Tho number of
shade trees, with their variety of col
ors, makes a sight surpassing fine, and
then too the air is so pleasant and brac
ing. In looking over the city tho
Iioubcs look as though most all had
just been recently built or had received
treatment at tho painter's hands.
The College Athletic Association
held a meeting Saturday and organized
for tho year by tho election of the fol
lowing officers: President, John Y
Crooks: Vice President, W. M. 'Wolfe;
Secretary and Treasurer, Chas.- R.
9"DR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye
and fitting of glasses. Law Building Putnam
BS-S. M. HART, Dentist. Office over Witt
llg's Jewelry Store, 1'ront St. Hours from
0 a. m. to Sp. m.
ZSTFon Sale. Desirable building lots on
Fiont street near Washington, $1000. A good
building lot on Fourth street, S50. A 7 room
house with lot OSxlS1, 12200. Business frontage
on Second street below Putnam at $100 per ft.
An 8 rpom house on Third street abo e Putnam
12703. Cheap building lots In Putnam Place
and Fairvlew Heights.
J. A. Plumeu & Son.
ES-rOR S ALE, 25 Lots on Emerson Heights
sub-division and six acres adjoining Corp. line
at low prices and easy terms.
20 Residence properties in the city tor sale
on easy terms
Farm in Decatur township for sale or ex.
change. Tarm In Wood Co., W. Va , for sale
or exchange.
Two new houses on West Side on easy terms.
Call and see us It wanting to purchase pro
perty. Oil leases for sale,
WAitn & Stone,
2'5 Second Street.
20 Per Cent
This is What We Are
Giving OFF on
For 30 Days, as our
Stock is too large
and must be
J. W. Dysle & Go.,
128 Front Street.
SM. .SK. . vMJ. .JW. 4K. . '. V. &!l!A1t.3f. ..
Who wants a good
Second-Kantl 6 H. P. All Steel
Tubular Boiler, or a 2 H P.
Gas Engine, cheap?
Address or call on
Macliine Works,
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
Real Estate for Sale.
7 Houses on Front' street (1,700,1,800, 2,000,
2, tOO, 8,000.
Second street (1,700, 2,000.
12 Room House below Butler street 83,000.
Third street, 0 Housed, (1,000, 1,200, 1,500,
1,600, 2,000, 3,000.
Fourth street 1,000. 1,800, 2,G00, 5,000,
Fifth Btreet (300. 2,009, 3,030.
Sixth street 11,800, 2.000, 2.600.
Warren street 1700, soo, 000, 1,100.
I Fine Brick House, f i,2oo, lot 180 by 180.
Personal, attention given to com.
pounding of Proscriptions.
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
faction Guaranteed.
We have been and are now very busy, but
will always take time and pleasure in showing
you the nicest and most complete line of
Mantels, Tile and Fire-place Trimmings
For Gas or Coal . Give us a call and let us show
our goods to you. See our gas fire-backs.
404 Third Street, Marietta, Ohio.
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