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OEOKOV. M. OOOK1C,
lOUIl W. LANS KV
futllsued every liy xcpt ijunuoy, nt
Leader Uull'l-i?, I'utu.iui Hirs-)la-id
MusUlugtiui AVB U
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Wo will consider Itu ituat favor lr
oubscrlbero will roo-iv any ralluru
toRotthoIr Lwat!r. or , y riaruteBs-
nesiontheonr ottl carrier. j
Subscribers will ijlonuo net pay;
trio carriers unlooo tho carrier
ounchoo his crocllt tair In tubscrlb
WEDNESDAY. DEC. IG, 1800
Judoixo from reliable correspond
ence to the papers, Maj. JIcKinley has
about settled upou Scuntor Allison as
the Secretary of State, and it is said
that there are already numerous aspir
ants hustllnff for his to-be-vacant seat
in the Senate.
McKinley could not do better than
n1nnf !., Aw nw1 nnl-nfntier Innrlni"11' l11"
Ax Enquirer dispatch from Zanes-,
villo flntnrl thn Uth hns tn K!1V rnirnrri- '
....,, .... .W ...., ...- - , --IS
ing tho Revenue Collectorship for this
district: "It. L. Holland, a close friend
of Congressman VanVoorhis, and a
prominent Republican, announced his
candidacv todav for tho Dosition of In
ternal Revenue Collector for this dis- J
trlot He Is said to stand close to Sher-
man and prominent politicans say ho j
will get the place."
AS LIKE AS TWINS.
Two Men of tlio Same Name ContestlnB ' and third readings by title and adopted
for a Pension. by unanimous vote.
Columrus, 0., December 15. Almost j Col. R. L. Nye nppearcd before Coun
cqual in size, with hair and beard of cil and presented an ordinauco grant
tho same iron-gray cast, eyes of the ing to the C. & M. railway certain ad
same color, and with dress of striking j ditional rights of way for sidetracks
similarity, Oeorge YV. French, alias across Third street, which was read
"Wesley French, of this city, and Georgo' and referred to tho Railroad corn
French, of Marietta, appeared today in' mittee.
the United States Court, each contest- J Upon suggestion of Mr. Rceh the C.
ing tho right to a pension, claimed by & M. company was requested to movo
the authorites to have Leon obtained ! the switch from the sidewalk at Greene
by fraud by tlio Columbus man. The j and Seventh streets.
case was called this afternoon, and Upon motion of Price tho Railroad
when the two men met cacli was sreat-' committee was instructed to notify the
y startled at the similarity in appear-'
ance as were the spectators, who to . manic crossings on the Most bide.
illy concealed the murmurs of com-! The Solicitor gave an exhaustive
uicnt that Judge Snge was compelled opinion in regard to assessing corner
to rap gently for order. The testi- lots to pay for sticet improvements in
mony began about 4 o'clock, and the ' which he stated tho amount of "front
trial is still unfinished. I ago" only should be assessed on either
the front or side of any lot
Why Ifo lVll. j TTnnn mntinn r,f "Unrvrn Ilir fVlmmis.-
Tlie name of Liliuokalaui seemed to
make him faint and di?zy. He remem
bered all the kind and fervent words
of friendship and devotion that he had
breathed to her through "Paramount"
IMonnt, "Non-Paramount" Willis, and
uy pen and telegraph. It all came
back to him, and he pictured the Qucon suro the payment of any possible costs
in all the humiliation of her fallen 0f eouuVmnution proceedings. Dr.
grandeur standing beforo him with McCluro offered a motion embodying
tears of thankfulness in her big soft - that suggestion, which was adopted,
eyes, and pleadings nt further proof of Tho -p. jj. Townsend Uriel: and Con
devotion on her lips. Tho vision was j tracting Company was allowed 8172a 00
too much for him. His resolution was Ln thn ostim.tto of tho Dnirlnecr for
taken in a moment.
"Thurber," ho said, "I must leavo
"Washington when she comes, und you '
and Olnov must provide an excuse."
N. Y. Sun.
Saw .Ulll Jlnat JSnrned.
Huntington, W. Va., December 14.
Near Paintsville, on tlio I'ig Sandy
river, the saw mill steamer Champion
was burned to tho water's edge ut an
early hour yesterday morning and suy
eral of the employes of the craft had a
close call for their live?. Harry Kelly,
of Meigs county, 0., and Walter Ray, J
of Gnllinolis. O.. were badlv burned !
about tho face and body. Young Ray
jvas brought to this city today, where
lie is receiving medical treatment. The
origin of the fire seems to bo a mystery.
The Champion usually plies the Ohio
between Wheeling and Portmouth, but
for a month past has been engaged on
the Big Saudy. Tho loss will reach
fifteen thousand dollars, with bul
i.cmnliH Atqultt, il.
Sistbrsvilij:, W. V.., December U.
After being out 20 hours tho jury in
tlio Lemons caso returned a verdict of
not guilty. This cate has caused a
B""" "" "l BiicKuiuuuu uihuhk "u ,
people of the county a- to how it was
going to terminate. The jury left the 1
room at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon and 1
did not return until 3 o'clock this after-'
noon, when they returned a verdict of
acquittal. Lemons was charged with
murdering his wife.
.Not it Vrai'llceil Sailor.
A lady who lives in nn inland town in
New England went to the lat conven
tion of the Christian Endeavor societies j
at Washington, and traveled from Dos-1
ton to Daltimore by steamer. She had
ucver been on the sea before. cuted Wednesday night, have mado an
After her first night on the oteamer a uppeal to Gov. Hushnell and tho gov
friend observed, when she mode her ap-ernor has promised to consider tho
liearanee on deck in tho morning, that afaC. ns passed upon by the board of
t.he looked very much fatigued. pardons, and give a final answer Tuos-
'Why," said tho friend, "I'm nfrnid iay evening;
travel by water docs not agree with Catmuuus fchoo siau rail.
you. Didn't you sleep well? Tho sea Columbus, O., Dec. 15. Albert Brun-
lins been perfectly calm." ; Ing- w" camo hero from Cincinnati
"Sleep!" oxolainied tin Jady. "I
didn't ;doep a wink
I am tired all out,
and I shall never travel by
"What has tired you out?"
"Why, trying to sleep in that thing.
I read tho card In the state-room about
how to put on the life-preserver, nnd I
thought I understood it all right, but I
suppose I didn't, for I couldn't get a
wink ofislcon with the thing 011 !"
Lrtiinohlso Oritnti'd for ft JJmr Tolepli'iim
Oomininy In Miirtrttn.
1 ' Council met hi regular session Tues
day evening with nil members present
. except Hrenati.
Tho question of u fireproof vnrlt for
the safety of the city's records unci
papers cams up for lengthy discussion,
Mr. James Foreman submitting' plans
ntid specifications of a brick vault to
cost $4S'J. Upon motion of Koch action
was deferred one week.
The l'avlns committee reported ree-
0,muoruHnn- immediate proceeding's for
tho paving of Second, Fourth and
' Franklin streets, tho contracts for all
streets to be let at tho same timn if
' possiule. Mr. Price suggested that
MarUet and Maplo street- and PiUmnn
avenue bo included In tho recort. ono 01 V,om "as lltccl' , J . ,. , a
Kldire called alt.-iit.on v, Fifth street!01 the United States prohibit cnl.sting
Upon motion tho Engineer wus in
structed to report un estimate on pav
ing Second street nt the next meeting.
o width of the paving was fixed at
A petition was received from prop-
'erty owners on tlio south side of
Market street, who request that a side-
walk bo laid' there at once. Lpon mo
tion the petition was referred to the
Street comraltteo and the Fifth Ward
The special committee in the matter
of the franchise for a new Telephono
c0. reported an ordinance, fixing tho
rate to be charged at t'iH per 'phono
and prohibiting wires on Front, Greene
anQ- Butler streets in tho Justness dis
tricts. Under suspension of the rules
the ordinance was passed to the second
Z. & 0. R. Ry. to construct certain j
sioner was insttucted to locate respon
sibility for depressions in Third street
paving and require them 10 be filled
up by those who caused them.
In the matter of opening the alley in
square No 7 the Solicitor, hiiggesled
that tho petitioners give a bond to in
worl, done on sewer contract.
D. P. I'rica was. allowed $170.20 on
his Greene street sidewalk coutract.
Iiachman moved that the surplus
earth from the Fourth street pav
ing be used to back up the sixteen-foot
roadway on the Third btrecl fill, which
motion was adopted.
Contractor Harry's estimate of 937
for worlc on Third street fill was al
lowed, leS3 20 per cent.
Tlie Engineer was instructed to give
R- Meredith a grade for a sidewalk on-j
St. Clair street.
n F. Gates f 12.00
Street Payroll 1JS.D0
Wm. Kllntwoi-th D.C0
George Hawkins 12.00
Adams Express Co 75
Extra sewer work 00.08
W, A. Lancaster 12.00
W. II. McAtec 12.00
Wm. Meagle , 1000
W.Moore 7 00
S. LoJlland S.i$
StrecUer liroj 20 CO
S. F. flayward 2.87
A. J. Wobcr 15.7(5
liartcn L. Peck 8.1
Robert Davis ,. D.00
Mnrlotta Manufacturing Co 2.00
MHc:JuA.ri r. hkiva.
Tub Bkbt bAftvx in it.c vwrh
uuts, brumus, sor8. Ulcnrs, frlall
rUiniiiu, Ffror Morsa, Totter, Chanrx-d
iland-4, ChilbUlus, Poju.i, und nil rekin
Eruptions, and pos'ilivslv cur6s Vilta
or no pv ruquirtd. It iu guarantst-il to
Cive perfect satlotactiun, -r mount rt
landed. Pneo 26 emits par (mix.
For sali- l-v W. II. Srvor
Ticrncy's I.ust Hope,
Columiius, O., Dec. 15. Tho family,
of Frank Tierney, who is to be cxe-
nrj" opened a snoo storo on houtli High
street, assigneu xuosuay 10 nermann
Goebol, cx-probato judge of Hamilton
! county. U.liu assets and liabilities arc
1 Em nnn .nli
yw,vW ..... .
Louisville, Ky., Dec. 15. J. B.
Loughbridgo was Monday ro-olectcd
by tho Leaf Tobacco exchange to bo
tobacco inspector. The election was
juuu lllaj,uu,. xw 1MHou wa,
by a joint committeo representing buy-
era and warehouseman. J
A), fAriSHjn k ' . i' .
Ontlirrcil l'rnra All l'nrts of tliu Country
The French coasting steamer Mario
Fanny has been lost off the Island of
Mileriioy, in tho Urlttish channel, and
acr crow ut 11 men wero drowned,
Alexander Salvinl, tho well-known
ictor, and son of tho celebrated Italian
tragedian Tomasso Salvlni, died at
Florence, Italy, at 0 o'clock Tuesday
John Stuart Itliffh, sixth carl of
Darnloy, died buddonly Tuesday at his
home, Clifton Lodge Athboy, County
Meath, Ireland, llo was 09 years of
age. He sat in the houso of lords 113
The Cuban junta in New street, -Now
York, had more callers than on any
one day since its establishment, all de-
siring to enlist in tho Cuban urniy. Not
I muii uuru lur iuluiu .lliihui. t
The committee of experts appointed
by tho county commissioners' court at
Dallas, Tex., three weeks ago, report
ed Mondav that they find a shortage
in 'St ??
- w-i - --
embezzlement, but is out on bond.
Tho dead body of Nels. N. Larson,
01 Grove City, Minn., was found Tues
day morning in the outskirts of Minne
apolis, Minn. lie had been shot. One
revolver was found by his side with
one of tho chambers empty and anoth
er one in his pocket. Believed to be a
case of suicide.
A dispatch to tho Imparcial from
Manila, tho capital of the Philippine
Islands, says that the rebellion in those
islands is spreading, and bands of in
surgents, infest tho outskirts of tho city
of Manila. Advices from the Caroline
and Mariannes islands say that upris
ings are imminent there.
The London Daily News says Tues
day that Prime Minister Salisbury has
signified his pleasure at the announced
intention of Mr. Georgo Faudel-Phil-lips,
lord mayor of London, to give a
banquet in honor of Hon. Thomas F.
UayarU, the Americau ambassador, and
had provisionally promised to attend
Twenty young men of Hornellsville,
N. Y., recently made known their in
tention of assisting the Cuban insur
gents in their struggle for indepen
dence and wrote for particulars, a
letter has been received dated Vera
Cruz, December S, and signed D. M.
Demaya, secretary, which says: "V a
nro unable to send any more men to
Cuba at present."
At Austin, Tex., Ex-County Treas
urer Andersou was arrested Monday
on an indictment by the grand jury
charging him with fraudulent conver
sion of 1,700. He went out of ofllco
two years ago and holds tho receipts
of his successor showing a clear record.
Anderson is a prominent republican
and applicant for tho post ofilcc here,
and claims his arrest is a political
An ordinance calling for a four cent
fare on. all the street car lines, in
Chicago was passed by tho city council
Monday night, there being only threo
distenting otcs. In caso of the mayor's
veto it is said the ordinance will be
passed over it by tho council. 'J. here
were many who favored a three cent
fare. The street car companies, it is
said, will fight the ordinanco in the
Dubois, Pa., was full of excitement
Monday night over the hanging of
Capt.-Ucn. Woyler in efllgy. About 100
young men made a dummy rcrjro&cut
ing the Spanish general, put a ropo
around his neck, di-ugged him through
the streets, hanged him to a telegraph
polo, shot him down and burned him
at the stake. The final act was wit
nessed by 1,000 spectators, who cheered
Washington, Deo 13. For Western Penn
sylvania and Olilo Cloarln; Wednesday
raornlnj: ccnor.iUy fair Wednesday.
For West Virclnla Fair Wednesday: colder
uedncsda morning: northerly wind.
For Tennesseo nnd Kentucky Uenerally
fair Wednesday: warmer In westorn por
tions: westerly winds.
For Indiana Cloudy Wednesday; cooler la
extreme southern portion; fresh to brisl;
Cincinnati, Doc. II.
rr,oun-cpring fancy. JEJJaiir,; spring
family. WCOjjaeO; sprlns patent, S1.70SAQ0;
winter patent, S1.7JiJ5C0; fancy, SiaiQJCJ;
family. W-TSiil 03. extra, liTSfjlOU; lowjzradc,
llhiU'i- rye, northwestern, Sli70&2 8'J; do
WiirAT No 2 red, nominal, at 01c. Sales:
No. a red. track, 91e
Coiin SjIcs: No. 2 mlxod, track, 21c;
No. 3 yellow, track, 2!',5c; yellow, ear, track,
22c; No. 2 yellow, track, iic: No 2 white,
track, 2J!ic: No. 2 white, mlscd, track, 2215c
OTS aalos: No. 3 mixed, switched, 10j.
IIocs Select shippers', 53.2UB3.33; select
hutchors', $3.23S3to fair to good packers',
$3.1563-25; fair to (jood light, J3.25S3.10. com
mon und rounh-!, il 5033.10.
Catxlk Fair to pood shippers, S3.C531.10;
choice. Si 53; food to cholco hutchors',
S3.85ai23. fair to medium butchers', J3.153
3.73, common 2.2iV(,3.00
Siikep ami Liamus ShcepUxtras, J3.IG
3.35; i;ood to chol-e, S;.(lj3.1U; common to
fair. IJiOOSaeO. I.-imbi Ultras, it 25! 35;
Kood to cholco, J;jS115, common and fair,
Veal Calves Fair to good light, $1 73JJ
G.00: common and large. SiM(&l 00.
Wool Unwashed lino merino. 97510c per
lb; quartcr-bload clothlns. 1213c; medinm
dclalno and clo-hino, 1-tftHc; braid, ll12c:
medium combing, 13tS14c. Washed, llao
merino X to XX, 13c: medium clothlnc, 14Q
10c; delalno Ihece, MSlCc: long coinbln-j, 15
10c; quarter-hlooJ and low, 13211c; corarma
coarse, ll((J12c; tub-v,ashed, choice, 17ftJ,l8c;
tub-wahcd, uvoraitc, 1817c.
NtwVonK, Doc. IF.
Wheat No, U Decoinbcr, fc84iS8 U-lUc:
March, btl4U00Ke; May, 8(JQJSo; ,luly,81'ja
Coiin No. 2. 29330.'! May, SHf3.'c.
Oats Woatern, 2J3.'c.
CniCAOo, Dec. 15
Wheat December, 77Mc; January, 77,'jc;
Corn December, 22J$oi January, 23c; May,
Oats December, 17c; January, 17Hc; May,
Tot.tno, O, Dec. 15.
Wheat No. 2 red. cash and Dccombcr, 95cj
May, BCc; Na 3 red, cash ,90a
coiin Na 2 mixed, cash, MHos May, 2C!Jc;
No. 3 yellow, cash, 22c
Oats No. 2 mixed, cash, 10c.
iNuiAiuroMs, Ind., Dec. K
Cattle Not enough cattlo here to establish
- H Q a fa , fl, and heavy,
I exwaitt; miied, 53.30e3.40; common llht5
iAmM. t - w. , i,tS.JPeS .l "i w. .. jw
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC
By Arousing lo Healthy Aclion all her Organs. !
It causes health to bloom, and
oy to reign throughout the frame.
; ... It Never Fails to RcoulatG ...
"Air wlfn linn hnpn T,(lortrnt,ntnf. nf lonrl.
Inir puyslclniii threu mar, nltliont honelll.
ArtpriMiiiirthrpnbnttlcn of 1I1IA1)F!K1,I'H
tuuKiiiK, uuihiiiK nnn wuiiint;."
KitAIinn.!) ItbOIIMTOU CO., Allan!., (la.
Sold by drnjiclstsat 11.00 por bottle.
SOKE SION OF KRCOOMTION.
"Well, well, isn't this Mr. Ilardup?"
"Lend me five "
"Yes. now I know it's yen, Mr. Ilard
up." Fliegcnde lilaettr.
IB III? 1 8T0RB I
h Handkerchiefs, I
1 . . $
W ftp? 0 m
I EHillinery Goods
Cireatl3r reduced prices for the
Gonfeoti oners and
We cordially invito you to call and
inspect our endless variety of mixed
candies and nuts suitable for church
and school entertainments, which we
oiler ut wholesulo figures. Don't fail
to got our prices before buying.
A carload of bananas just received;
ahio a fine lot of other fruits. Candies
trom S cents per pound, up.
MAGNANI & LIPPI,
I'ulnnm streot, Marietta, O.
rfl next, ton davs. f3
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A 1.-13 Front St. Marietta.
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We have a very large stock in all depart
ments of our business. All bought for CASH.
Many WHOLE LOTS recently closed out from
manufacturer Everything PAID FOR, and
we can sell them as we please.
We have had a profitable business for 20
years ((hanks to our friends) and we can affqr.cl
to CLOSE OUT this entire stock without profit.
What few odd goods we have will be sold at
about HALF PRICE.
and ALL at prices no
make. Don't spend
come to us to see how
but see us while you
what suits you want and we will do the rest.
Men's Suits from $3.00 to $ 1 2.00, for satin
lined worsteds. Overcoats from $2.00 up.
Boys' and Children's Suits any price you want.
See us before you buy.
The Old Reliable Cash Clothiers.
The popiilur vunlict hits ,-tlrcady been louilm-ed tion out' stock, ivu licnr
on cvei'v li'dtid tlio l'Ginnvk
SlicIi DBeautif ul G-oods,
Such. "Very Low JPiices.
"Wo nave an linusiiiill.v line line of ni:w -xiiixcs, neat, prctly, novel and
mostly inex)(!iisivc. Tn enumerate
l'ANKI, PlCTUKKS. BlSOUi: ArAUE. Cei.lui.01D Goods, an ondlpss lirn of
Noveltiks the 15. and II. Lamp in
wiiu iierauuc designs.
All Hie late and )npul:u' hooks, with ninny okLjrioiids in hct and at
tractive dress. Hooks hi c woiideri'ullv ehuan. alwavs a dpsiraliln ail'K
Dr. Dickinson's history of the First
a dcsirablo Gluistmas il't, wo have it.
CmtisTMAS Gauds. Iookli:ts. Calundahs. ifec. Tlie lino of CiiiTurrrx-'s
Books and games is very l:uj,c, the
We luivo what you want and many tliingn you cannot get elsewhere.
"We give I'kuiodioal Tickuts on cash sales.
1 53 Colonial Block, Front St.
J. E. VANDERVOORT. C. E. GLINES.
Cooks aad He
I weep oeyni 1 6 eg j
f Our line of GAS STOVES thelargest, f
handsomest and best. No old styles S
j& to push off onto unsuspecting custom- !&
ers. All purchased this year and up- M
ssu- 4., j.i. in.
m 1 70 Front St.,
THE NYE HARDWARE CO
Many others at COST,
other house can afford to
your money and then
much you were cheated,
have the CASH, select
li's the assortment of
Capes and Jackets that
makes the showing most
attractive. It's the little
prices ihat cause the ra
pid selling. It's 1he time
to buy now before the
best are gone, and the
Jenvey & Allen,
l 68 Front st, Marietta, O
latest patterns the ilnesL stationery
Congregational Church would make
books nie prettier and cheaper than.
1 1 ',
MARIETTA, O. 1