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Ladies' and Children's Jackets and Capes. Our assortment is full. A choice lot to select from. We will give you soino bargain here. Two lots of CANDIES Came in too late. They must be sold at a price. Fine Cream Candy at 10 and 12c, worth l."c to 20j. Caramels at 10c per pound. Chocolate Creams at 12Kc to 15c per pound. 1 ine Mixed Table Nuts at :; lbs. for 25e. ? "Tfc son s Bargain store, lo. 169 Front Strest, Marietta, Ohio. Mttan&n vnttBrc3rianrwMa cm euu &tyrMrcA3rm'3&t3r.iAtn?vuHM5rnwv m m BUCKEYE NEWS. Kow nuil Inlercftliipr Ilniijiisiilusa Within " Our Border. NEARLY A LYNCHING. An Il.ttl:iii V.otmfH :i bluili'r ut Columbus, 1 ., 'tui Cuutu rCnr HitiiiL; "inhhtri. Coi.uMcrs, O., Dec. 2S. Michael Jilue, of Shanty tow n, vtas rescued from a crowd of angry .skaters Sunday after noon, by Detective Frank Steube, after he had .shot one boy thiough the leg and pushed his it'volver into the face of another boy. One of the large crowd of skaters on the Scioto bunday afternoon was John Uabbert, jr., 1!) years old, who got into a quarrel with lihie and struck at him with his .skates. The Ital ian shot at the boy, the bullet cutting through his left leg. Rob ert Strusser, another boy, grabbed lilue's revolver, which had been thrust in his fac, and knocked him down. The crowd shouted, "Kill the Dago!" and came near doing .so, when Detec tive Steube bundled him out of the hands of the skaters und i.ito a buggy. COTELL'S CASE Kpnpcuil tit Aitro'i, mi ti Jtftttion for n Ittthrariii!; lawyers 11 liul ut th IVf 'ItTurnI. Akiiu:,', O., Djc. 2a. The boy mur derer, Kornulu-, Cotell, was brought into court Monday morning for a hear ing of the motion fur a change of venue. At tln request of Cotell's attorneys, the matter was postponed. The statement that tht- county com missioners had fixed the attorneys' fees in advance at S250 apiece (itirred up a storm R. V. Sadler announced his intention to withdraw entirely from the case if not granted the terms agreed to previous to the commence ment of the first trial. The commissioners say that if the at torneys; are not atisflcd with the S250 they are at liberty to withdraw. Unlit) TfiuDd lea! la I5i,d. Cincinnati, Dec. 2b. Infant Frank, living with its mother at 52'J Harriet street, was found dead in bed Monday morning. Tho mother, who is separ ated from her husband, went away Sunday night to mirsc a sick acquaint ance and loft the infant asleep in bed with her seven-year-old son. It is sup posed that during thu night the boy rolled over on tho infant and smoth ered it to death Jlurrlit AloCi of Siilciclc. Dni.AWAitn, O., Dec. 28. Lulu Stultz, j aged 20, tho beautiful daughter of Frank Stultz, a prominent farmer of this county, suicided at her home, eight miles west of this city. A year ngo she attempted suicide with Paris green but failed, and this time, to mako sure woric of it, she cut her throat from car to ear, severing both jugulars. Melancholy brought on by verucl tro.atraejit is tho alleged cause. tIovernorif"Vrepcli Jmto-Chlnn. PAitiB, Dec. 23. Ex-Minister Dou mer has been appointed governor of French Indo-China in place of M. Ilousseau, who died a short time ago at Hanoi. 1 " ,.', EIRST we will make Cur stock, of Men's Clothing shows the result of largo sales, but we have some special j.'oocl bargains left which might Interest you. Come and see. All of our twenty-six departments will show the work of the prico-cuttcr. any you can get the benefit of them now. Come and s-ee whit we can do for you. Our stock of GROCERIES, full of the purest and bestgoods, at prices charged lor inferior articles For Sale-Specials-That have been used, but are in good order. One Express Wagon, with coyer, shafts and tongue. Will sell cheap. One Huckboard ISuggy, in good order. One Large Heating Stove. One Medium Heatiiiir Stove. One .small Heating Stove. All to be sold at a uiirgnir,. Don't fail to visit our store this week. It will pay you to get rc.idy for the Xew Year. f 1 lTntc I'lofiiVKcmalhs Crcrantcel. San Fr.Axcisco, Dec. 28. The body of Kate Field, who died in the Sand wich islands last summer, was inciner ated Sunday and Monday her ashes will bo shipped east for interment. The services were in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Highton, assisted by the Press club of San Francisco and were held in Trinity Episcopal church. Rev. George Walk, the rector, read the bur ial service. l'rof. Nobel'rt I'urtune. Stockholm, Dec. 2S. A semi-official denial is given to the report from Paris that M. Alfred 'obtl, the Swedish en gineer and who died at San Rcmo, Italy, a short time ngo, had left iiis fortune of $-10,000,000 to the Stockholm university llilh! MllotlturfMl ly l.ert Clothes, Cincinnati, Dec. 28. Albert May gors, the ten-wceks-old son of George Maygors, 1131 Gcst street, was found dead in bed by its mother at 0 o'clock Monday morning. The child iiad evi dently been smothered by the bed clothes. Wnniaii Ilnrncil. Athens, O., Dec. 28. Mrs. John Og din, living near Albany, was standing by an open grate when her clothing can"ht lire. She died an hour later. Two of her children, ono a babe, were burned, and their injuries are probably ' fatal. I'lrn In Autlocli Collcgi?. I'ixi.ow Si'iiiNOs, O , Dec 2S. An tioch college caught fire Monday morn ing from defective Hues. Great excite ment was created, but the llro was ex tinguished with a small loss. Till: T1I5 THAT Itl.MJS. '? C S ifcfJ "fc ' m&jys&'K: SWP&IIP Benedict Why don't you get mar ried, old man? The matiimonial knot is as easy tied as that one you're putting in your cravat. ' Bachelor Yep; that's a good simile; one generally gets it in the neck with both! N.Y. World. tMicIcloiPhArn c wulviyj i UK Rbsi Sai.vk iu thb worlil loi Cuts, Bruin. Hors, Uloors, S!t (ihcuiii, Ffvo' Morrm, Tuitor, Clmpptd Hands, Chilblains, Corn, am) all Skin Eruptions, ctiii poMtivnJv dims Pllo or no pav requirrd. It is gunranteod to Klvo imrl'Hot itHttsfaction, or mono.v re fuudod. Price 25 cents per box. Forealo bv W. H. HtvBr. PRICES w CONDENSED NEWS Gathered I"rom All 1'nrtB of tho Cllolio liy Telegraph. The thermometer was 20 degrees bc low zero at Washingtonville, N. Y., Monday morning. Tho thermometer at Kingston, N. ,Y., stayed pt 1-t degrees below zero Monday morning. In tho Catslcill it ranged from 17 to 20 below. A special from San Luis Polosi, Hex., says: Ignnclo Muriel, bunker and business man of this city, is dead. Ho leaves an estate valued nt S1,000. 000. Thrco masked men, armed withre volvcrs, entered tho saloon of Mrs. Mary Bernhardt, 131 West Twelfth street, Chicago, at 11 o'clock Sunday night, and robbed the place of 8150. Information was received by tho Wells, Fargo express officials that tho state rangers had captured tho rob bers who hold up tho Southern Pacific passenger train nt Comstock, Tex., u week ago. The robbers nro in jail at Del Rio, Tex. Hank Examiner J. D. McDonald took charge of tho Merchants' and Planters' bank of Bryan, Tex., which failed to open Wednesday. Disinterested busi ness men who have investigated tho aiTairs of tho bank since, say that it is solvent and payment will be resumed. The explosion of a lamp in a grocery store in Johnston, R. I., at about 0 o'clock Monday morning set fire to tho building in which tho store was lo cated. An aged couple, Gregor Kreich baum and Ncllio Kreiehbaum, living in a tenement over the store, wcro burned to death. Vice-President Stevenson, his wifo and daughter are in St. Louis. Tho family came to attend tho wedding Monday night of the vice-president's niece, Miss Julia Scott, to Mr. Carl Vrooman. They are tho guests of Lieut. Charles S. Bromwell at 4103 Westminster place. Sir John Brown, one of the first in Great Britain to advocato the plating of warships with armor, died at Brighton. He was mayor of Sheffield from 1SC2 to 1SCC, and master cutler thero from lb05 to 1SC0. He was for merly proprietor of the Atlas steel and iron works at Sheffield. The Atlas National Bank of Chicago lias decided to retiro from business, and the clearing house committee, at a special meeting Sunday night, decided that the associated banks of thu city would advance the amount needed to pay its depositors in full. Tho amount required is in the neighborhood of SC00,000. Tramps set fire to the circus train o Bond Brothers, at Wichita, Kan., and five animal cars were completely burn ed before tho flro department could reach one. A tramp named Arehio Morrison was fatally burned.. It is said that the tramps set tho cars on ilro before of grievance against tho circus management. A raid was made by policemen Sun day night upon a low drinking resort in East St. Louis near the relay depot. The tough inmates showed fight and opened fire. Detective Officer Johti Peyton was fatally shot and two others badly wounded. All but ono of tho men escaped and several are known to be wounded. A number of Des Moines firms and banks and institutions in other Iowa1 cities have been caught for at least 8100,000 on the Tacoinu, Wash , city warrants. They proved to be war rants which had been paid and re deemed once, and reissued by the city treasurer of Tacoma, and the proceeds apparently pocketed by him. Otto Wasmansdorff, of the banking firm of Wasmandorff & Iloiemann, Chi cago, which failed here last Monday as a result of the collapse of the National Bank of Illinois, committed suicide by shooting himself in the right temple with a revolver. Tho constant worry and mental anxiety of tho past week consequent upon the failure is believed to have been the cause. Thu W. at her. Washington, Dec. 5S. ror Onlo Increasing-cloudiness, probably llsht sbonors Tues day: .warmer, fresh and brisk southorly winds. 1'orKontuoUy Partly cloudy weather, prob ably local showers In western portion by Tuesday raornini;. w.trmor In eastern portion; easterly to southerly winds. THE MARKETS. CI2.CINKATI, Dec. C8. Fiona-Spring fancy, ffi 00&-I -'5; spring family, IJ.55 i3.bS, spring patent, $153ti4.9J: winter patent, Ul.TiiStM, faney, ?1 25IJ1 50; famlIy,;3.0Ja.OO. oxtra, S'-."5QJ.''o low grades, 8i:03i75. rye, northwestern, SJT0a2.6: do city, ciTCQ'.! ki. Wheat Supplies wero more than sufficient for itio demand, but alues during a dullness lemalncd steady. Coax Bales. Yellow oar, track, 20c. No 2 mixed, track. -1c, No, 2 yellow, track, -1c; whllo cur, track, lOijc, No. 2 wnlto mixed, track, 21Jc. Oats bales: No. 2 mixed, track, 19!c: No. 3 mixed, track. 17c: No. 3 white, track, 19tfc- Hogs Select shippers'. 83.15G3 50, butch ers', 83.40&3.13, fair to good packers', JJ.33 a 3.40. fair to good light, J1C5BJM, common and roughs, (.'."iWS.SU Caulk fair to good shippers, 83.002135; extra, tlWi&lCO, good to choice butchers, 93.85Q4 15; fair to medium butchers, iXld'a 3,75, common, $2.2j?IU.8J. Sheep AM) LAMas Sheep Extras, 8J.C0O 175; good to choice, &3.00&3.50. common to fair, 8.'.25a!."3. Limbs Extras, $1 0001 75; good to choice, S1.25&1 50, common to fair, iJ.:524C0. Vuau Calves Fair to good light, 13.HQ G.C0; extra, 1(1 "5; iomon and large, CS.OOJi 5.00 Wool Unwashed, line merino, OJJlOo per lb; quarter-blood clothing, I2t)l3c; medium, delalno and clothing, llgllc. braid, ll&12c; medium combing, 13Q1 llic Washed, flno me rino X to XX. 11015c. medium clothing, 113 15c; delaine fleece, 1415c; long combing, I5Q lCc; quarter-blood and low, 1314:; common coarse, llQISc; tub-washed, choice, 17318c; tub-washed, average. 10317c, New Voiik, Dec. Jfi WiiEiT December, 00?S3W?4'o; March, Oljf BiJio; May, 87i!aB8Jfc: July, 83VJ!S8!?c. Coiin No. 2, XaUQXOHc; May, 31j;c. Oats Western, 213Ic; May, 2'o. Chicago, Dec, 28. Wheat December, 70s; May, 8lH08!jc: July, 7CJfc. Coiin May, 23Jic; July, 26ic, Oats May, 20c. Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 2a Cattle Cbolco prime, 817525.10; good to medium shipping steers, 130021.15; common, 115033.83. Hogs Good to oholce medium and heavy, e3.40aH7Jt; mlxel and heavy, (3.3033.43; good to choice llcats, t3.02a47. Sheep No change in the market lKni8Qawmaiwmm l m bbzt & a m rm 7, jr r svm r v&tWmmm l9 . &Mmfw!E&WHtfZMtvfffliMr .all 25 ? 50 ? "''ilWim.H '" DRUGGISTS ABSOLUTELY GDARfiNTEED f4?i?.tVSJffl!?iJ.,d.S! rs:t F plonnil bnoKlct free. Ail. STEHI.INfi KEJIKDT CUT GLASS AND FINE CHINA What, is quite so nice for CHRISTMAS ? (Jail in and see my lare assortment. Also Dinner Sets and Chamber Sets Decorated. rs, C. W.Holz, .THE iih 'fii(u , moG 3 onthflustratea: 1 -- Edited by ALBERT SHAV7 "If only one magazine can it taken, ws would suggest the Jim'ir.M' OF Rni'icws, as eoverw more ground than any other magazine." Hoard of Library Commissioners 1 of New Hampshire, 1S9O. 'HIS magazine Is, in Its features, what its readers, mil V3 names of tho English-speaking world, are pleased to call "absolutely up to date," "thoroughly abreast of tho times," "Invaluable," and " Indispensable." It Is profusely illustrated with timely portraits, views, and cartoons. Its original articles are of Immediate Interest, by the best authorities on their respect ive subjects. The Editor's " Progress of the World " Clves a clear, rightly proportioned view of the history of tho human race during the current month Tho " Leading Articles of the Month " present the important parts of the best maga2i.n0 articles that have been written in every part cf the world. Tho newest and most important books are carefully reviewed. Indexes, chronological records, and other departments complete the certainty that the reader of tho Reviot 1111 m of Reviews will miss nothing of great significance that is said or written or done throughout the world. .. THE REVIEW OF REVIEWS CO., 13 Actor Place. I '-vy Yorfi 1 Single Copy. 25c. : Trial (five months). SI. 00: "'c.;, 12.50 i: t.t) .() bAV IT. y'?- ,4, Mr. 1'oplcigh What ould youtliinl; if 1 wuru to icll you that I had been ilyinp by ini-hes for you for years? Miss Wnntenved I should think it it wni, 'iy Htidden. UrooUlyn Life. a nmti: or Discoitn. I'auny Shall I sing "Far Away?" Jennie Yes, I think so, unless you want ths neighbois to make a eoin- plaint. And now they don't know each other. Texas Sifter. V"W! Union "Hints Curfew. West Union, O., Bee. 28. Tho coun cil of this place is being1 petitioned to pass a curfew ordinance. Tho passatfo of a similar ordinance is also boinp; agitated in Manchester. Every Woman Sometimes needs r. reli ablo monthly regulating medicine. Dr. PEAL'S PENNYROYAL PILLS, Aro prompt, eafo nnd certain In roBult. Tho izeiu. Ino (Dr. I'eal'i) never iH-zppolnt. ticnt auTWtra SL0O. A. J. mcriAUDS, MarJotto, O. BAUM'S :-: TONSORIAL :: PALACE. Roconlly Rcliltad. Tha FInast Place In tho City. Citizen's National Bank Block, corner Putuam and Second streets. 4L ml feA P' CO., Chicago. Montreal. Can. , or Ken York. 311.1 286 Front Street. sHi contributed r.nd departrnsntal who Include tho mest noted I! Send 10 Cents in Stamps for Specimen Cjpy ssyj, h. MASo:,, euysician and sur- GHON. oillco ana l-esidenco 507 Sixth street. Phone No. 211 Nov.srth-Smos. JKSyJ. C Ilnrclj-, M. U ofllco corner Sec ond ami Putnam btieets. Telephone's. Oillco hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 1 , C35-I!. r. Hart M. D , Physician and Surgeon. Onice aurt Residence No. ."10 l'ront street. Te lephone No. I,'). tl.Junl.'DB. nsrcilAS. S. HART, 51. U omceancl real denco No. :',Q0 Putnam street. Telephone 209. Car-UK. T. S. WARD, Dentist Office In Law U1UUU113, roomt. 7 and S. tSTDR. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio. Oalce 2M Kront Street, over Wels' Grocery. K'SrDR. W. M. HART. Dlntist. OOIbp 12 Pntnaui St.. otwef-n Fiom and Second PEDli. K. h. UODy, -Dentist. Offlco 10 Front street, opposlto Soldiers Monument. Gas administered. CSyDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eyo and flttlnc of t'lasscs. Law Bulldtafr Putuam street. GE-H. M. 1IAKT, Dontlot. Ofllce over Wltt llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. lIolfdii)-'Keirlnii Xl'itm Via Z. A: O. H. R Rato ono and one third fare for tho round trip Tlclteta good going Dec 21 2J ami SI. WW ami .lau 1, lsU7. Hood leturntng until Jau Itli Incl. Faro to Colum bus and return 81.10. Chicago and return tr 1 l.4o. T & O C Uxt It i: Holiday lUtt-s. For Christmas and New Years Holidays tho T I: O. C. Ext. R. R. will fell excursion tlchets between nil stations on Its own Hue at ono fare for tho lound trip Dec 21th ami 23th and JJlst, Wi'laml inmmry 1st, 1817, good returning un til Jnnuaiy 2nd and to all points In Central I'asseuger Committee teirltoiy at rate of one and one third first clav, limited f.tro for the lonnd trip, going limit same as above, and good returning u and Including January 4th, lc!i7. Students tickets limited until January 11th, lb!7. On account of tho Christmas and Now Year Holidoys the O. & M Ry. will sell excursion tickets to all points within the territory of ihe Central Passenger Commltto at rato of one and one-third the first-class limited fare for the round trip. Tickets will bo sold nnd good go ing Dec. 21, Stand ai and Jan. 1, good return ing until Jan. 4 For further information call on C. it M. Ry. tlclict agents or address U. V Page, G. P. A., Cambridge. Notice of Appointment. lo of fc'ophronla t UambeVltiln.Meceased. Estat m ,, uiiuciB,u:u uiu ucuu ni,x,iuieu ana qualltied as Administrator wfth will annexed of the estumof Sophronla Chamberlain, lato of Washlnsion county, Ohio, decased Dated this 11th day of December, AD,d.S0U J, KULUUOttN, Dec 11, Swks. Tho OO YOU EAT ($READr Jacob Pfatf's 13 utioxcolled, aa are also hta Cakes and Icoc. Flnost Neapolitan loo Grearrt that can be mado. Particular and poroonnl at, tentlon glvon to uorvlnfr partloo rocoptlonu, weddlrmsor public din noro. JACOB PFAFP, Putnam St. KSTAWJBUED 1S07 GEO. STHECKEIt. HKNIIY SfllEOItltli GEO. STRECKER & CO., Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and 01 Well Dnllers, Oil Tanks, Smo:e Stacks and Tube Expanders. Special attention given to ropalrlng Hollers In tho oil aeHs. We employ none but the best mechanics In this line. Give us a trial we know we can please you. Office and works on West Side. When looking for Christmas Presents Gould you got anything more at tractive than a nice Letter Copying Press for the office of your friend ? We are just finishing another lot in Rose Enamel and Gold, Large, full size goods, and when presented will give satisfaction and pleasure to tho user, aad re main in a conspicuous place to your credit and remembrance for years to come. Glad to have you call and see them whether you wislj to liuy or not. GLINEBROS., Macliine "Works, Third nnd Butler Sts. Marietta, O. Bicycles Built and Repaired. New parts for any wheel in stock or made to order at SALZMAN'S 225 Ohio U, Marietta, 0 ? y u Livery, Feed and Bale Stables. COR. THIRD AND OUUUOEI STREET norsas isupt by tho Day, Wosk or Honth. FrotaDt Attention Qlvon to Fanorals. Carriage- can bo odorod to and from all trams to an parts 01 tno city. Ur- dors by telephone will rocolvo prompt attention. MARIETTA - - - OHIO ij BUGGIES To make room for an- rrj p h jg other carload to arrive H sp in ten days we will sell "j fe jpiata liberal discount. H E tj Now is your chance. Hi, K '""" f m A ijio i-'oui'ou street. m EXPRESS WAGONS sv ?7!?R;iPR;iF55K:?iR:R:K:S: A. J. RICHARDS, PHARMACIST, Next door to Firs,t Nat'l Hank, FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O Parsons! Ilontion given to com pounding ai Proscriptions. WJtlp Second St. opp. Union Depot Neat Stylish Work. Satis faction Guaranteed. 25E5H5H5B5H5H5H5a5H? VI :, OamA. n ,j i 8do rci lunacy j Brush and Coml) ) Sets, -I Manicure Sets, K -r i ni eraveguna w Gases, Books, irrors. And many other urticles ap propriate for Xmas gifts. J. W. Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, 128 Front Street. We Rlvo Periodical Tickets with " j'uruuuses wuen asityd (or, Oi HSaSHSBSaSHSHSHSHHSi hkii .9 &qj 9,? R bp3 V7 fU Examination of Teachers Sept. 10. -00. "reToFSWlae. ' t't.Ai'