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BIDS FOR BONDS.
The New Issue Subscribed For
Over and Over.
B. & O. S-W. RY
Trains leave Marietta as follows
The Offers Run All the Way From
Par Up lo 1M and Over.
FnJ IlMnrSn,,STR,'n'i0!40 B m' WW nV '1:65
ior Delpro, 0:oj, io:lo, 2:to. 4:55. 11:25.
p m, 7:w p m, ll:5 p in. '
Lm?m5pmtho,I0:0 a m' U!23 P n.tO:(0
Here's what you want
and at Prices that will
do you good. Catch on,
work quick, for the first
come gets pick and
Stock taking over and
we find too many goods
on handsand they must
go and that quickly.
See some of the prices
and you will agree with
Query? Did you ever take note
enough of the ads of the merchants of
this city and see how barren they are
of prices? Can you tell why?
We are not afraid to quote prices and
show our goods, for we Unow they are
away below competition.
Lots of Dress Goods at C'c, were 10c
f and 12Kc.
'' " "- NS'4c were 15c
' " " " 25c were S5c
" " " i'Jc, were 7
Take them while they are going-.
Bargains don't wait.
Ladies', Children's and Misses' under
wear from 10e, 12c, 15c and 23c.
Ladies' all wool Vests and Pants at
40c, were 7.rc, $1.00 and -1.25.
Misses hose at 8, 4 and 5c. Ladies'
hose at 5, 8 and l'-l'c.
Patterns only I Oc.
Why pay 25c to
50c for no better
"Stock and prices getting very small.
v W'c make it a rule to close out this
stock every season. Now for the last
and lowest prices. This week OSe to
50.9S for goods that were 54 to S25.
Lack1!. All Linen Torchon Lace at
IK. 2K, 1 to 12c a yd. Do you realise
that other stores get from 5 to 25c a yd.
for the very same brand of goods, and
some people think they are better, be
cause they pay more. See our stock
and compare quality.
The last of the Fascinators and
Hoods going at 19, 20 and GOc, were 25,
uO and 05c.
Ilecf. Wine and Iron, standard quality
only 3:ic. Why pay ft. 007
Prints at 4Jfc and 5c for best makes
Towels, toweling and table linens
still lower prices.
Pins 1, 2, and 4c for best Jtrass, reg
ular price : to 10c.
Xickle alarm clocks at 75c, warranted
120 sheets note paper and 50 envel
opes all for 15c.
l!ig stock and low prices tell the
story. Must be moved now. Come and
get a great, bargain, we beat the cloth
ing houses in prices, Jean pants, lined
at 4!)c illnck and blue Cheviots at
$1.23 and $1. IB. All wool Cassimere
pants at J2.4S, worth S3.75. Children'
line suits at 1.0S, 2.25, 2.75 to ?:J.50,wer
00 to 50.00 Men's suits away down
Queensware is now lower than we
have ever sold. White granite cups
nnd saucers at 25, 27 and a3c, were 85,
40 and 55c. Pure granite plates, 7 inch,
at 25 and 29c.
Decorated tea sets, 50 pieces, at S2.9S
Decorated toilet sots at J.19S to J3 25.
Pure rock-candy it 10c a lb.
New layer raisins at 0!fc a lb worth
Large crisp cakes at 8c a lb., worth
:i lbs. butter,cracker.s for 10c.
lloyal'cbndensed cream at 12K a can.
Pure schreded cocoanut at 20c a lb.
All right baking powder USc a'lb.
Naptha soap 5c a cake. Suves labor
and time in washing clothes and paint
Ilicg, 3 pounds for 10c.
We always lead the procession in
169 Front St. Marietta, 0
Mors Than Four Thousand OITom to Tor-
chnsa With n Total "robably Kxceetllnc
8100,000,000-Throne of Hankers
and Capitalists Were Tretent.
Washington, Fob. 5. Bids for S100,
000,000 30-ycar four-per-cent. United
States bonds were opened at the treas
ury department at noon Wednesdoy
undorthe conditions prescribed in tho
circular Issued January 0 last by Sec
retary Carlisle. The principal condif
tlon is that'thc bonds must be pald'for
Tho bids were oponed in the room of
Secretary Carlisle, nn apartment about
40x25 foet A large tablo was placed
at the south end of tho room overlook
ing tho Potomac river and tho Wash
ington monument, at which table sat
Secrotary Carlisle, Assistant Secretary
Curtis and several clerks.
In front of tho desk were placed a
number of chairs, and every seat was
taken by those who had come in par
son to present bids, and many wore
compelled to stand. Hundreds of.
millions of dollars were represented.
Nearly all the bidders came from Now
York, but there was a sprinkling of
financiers and brokers fiom Chicago,
Cincinnati and other western cities,
and some from IJoston.
A largo tin box was placed on the
table shortly before 12 o'clock. It
contained tha bids. They were done
up by days, and upon each package
was marked the date on which tho bid
Under tho imraediato charge of As
sistant Secretary Curtis tho following
committee opened tne bids: James H.
Eckels, controller of the currency;
Daniel N. Morgan, United States
treasurer, and A. T. Huntington, chiof
of the division of loans und currency,
There have been received 3,707 bids,
aggregating S3S0,232,530, ranging in
price from par up to 114 and a fraction.
Tho bids have not yet been entered
and will probably bring tho number
up to 4500, with a corresponding in
crease in the total amount.
At 12:15 Controller Eckels appeared
at the door with a list of bids in his
The first bid was rpceived January
13 of S000 at 110. Among tho first read
were those of Jennie Waldeman, of
Chicago, S1.000 at 109 and M. V. Hull.
Chicago, S200 at par. The first bids
read out were in small amounts rang
ing from 850 to S 10,000 each.
The following list, in addition to the
bids received from points in the west,
includes nil bids of $50,039 or over:
All bids of 50,UDJ or over: People's nitton
aluank, of UuHulo. cicioont 110, J. F Smith,
St. Louts. 410.1)00 at 101. M linn's savings bank,
of Portl ind, Me.. iiiO 000 at 1 10, Williamsburg
(Sew York) savings bank, JitO.OOO at
111. This bid WES recoiled with ap
plause, as it vtaa tho highcM
bid up to that time. Ilenny natloaal bank,
Birmingham, Ala. SJO.000 at 103 Atchison na
tional bank, Atchison. Kas . $50 000 at KM. Do
trolt national bank. Datroit, Mich., $100 000 at
no. bu.lolk savings bank, Boston, Mass.,$.'00
0C0 at 111; West llrar.ch national bank. Wit
liamsport. Pa , SvO.000 at 105.
EIJs at ltUSO-lSanlc of Charleston, S. C,
tio.vw. manoney nation a bank, Younsstown
O . 50.0JO. National Hank of the Common
wealth, Boston. JIO0.0W Robert B Glendcn
n'.ns & Co.. Philadelphia JIOOOOO. Ilecht
mothers & Co., JC0.0J0, First national bank,
Onouta. X. Y.. 150,000 National City b-ink,
r Io eland, O, 'C0.900 Citizens' national bank,
KnoxUlle, Tenn , $10,00J Merchants' Loan and
Tjust Co , Chicago. $100,000, Tanners' national
bank, Salem. 0 , 8.5,00), Northern national
bank. Uric, S.'S.OOJ Merchants' national bank,
Albany. N" Y.flOOOOO First national bank,
Ashland. O , J10.000
Tho bid of Joseph Pulitzer, of New York, for
81,'OJ,O00 at 114 had a memorandum attached
to it, stating thut this bid at tho highest mar
ket price Wednesday is In lieu of tho offer to
head the list with a subscription of JI.OOO.OOC
to popular loan on tho basis which nas not
adopted, of an open subscription ut a tlxed and
Hlds at 111 Included Big Sandy national
bank, Catlettsburg Ky., U5 000. Central na
tional bank, Orecncastlc, Ind., Jj ,001. Bank
of Athens, Athens, O , $11000, First national
bank, Waterloo, 0 , 150,000.
Bids at 1 W4 Cattlettsburs (Ky.) natlol
bank. 8I5.O0O Union national bank of Pitts
At 11175: Hobert G. Glendsnntnj. Philadel
phia, $;00.001, Harey, risk & Co, Now York
bid for ilOJOM.OJO at 110 CS7T.
Prlco 11 J 78 Bank of California, $100,010
National Bank of Brool.vlllo Ii , $10,000; Now
First national b ink, Meadville, J'o , $ib,0J0,
liaker-Boyer natloncl bank. Walla Walla,
Wash., 5u,tt0, Jacob Harris, Boston, S75.000.
Price lit: First national bank of Helena,
Ark., $10 000 rirht national bin!: of Cadiz O,
i'M.im. Tirst national bank. Grafton, W. Va.,
$10,000, Nevadi bank, J-an I'rancihco. $100,000.
Price IIS. National Bank of Commerco
Cleveland, O., (50000 the Lamprochtjlroth
crs Co , Cleveland, O , f 100,0.0, Fourth na
tional bank, Cadiz, O , $10 003. Harrison na
tional bank, Cidlz, O , $i5,000 Third national
bank, Louisville, Ky . f.'OOOO. national bank ol
Urbana. O.. $30 0)0 First natlonaPlfank, Ash
land, O , $10,000. Savings and Trust Co., Clevo
lind, O.. $o),0JJ, and others.
Price 110 13: Tne Union Savings Bank and
Trust Co . Cincinnati, J50.0O0.
Price 1 10. 00: Second National bank, Tol edo
Prico 110.1; Union Smings Bank and Trust
Co., Cincinnati. $.5,030.
Price, 11003: n. B. Sperry & Co.. Baltimore,
S5O.0O0, A. Whlto!Boston, iUOO.O.fl, The Unior,
Savings Bank and Trust Co , Cincinnati, $5'j,.
Price, II0.CI71: First natlonalibank.Tascda;
Cal.,'5,oo) , .
Price". 1!5; Nevada bank, San Francisco.
Price, U3.R0: First national bank, Grafton
V. Va., JI0.O0O
Prlco, 113 73: Albert L-. Judson, $500,0)0
Price, 11105: The Bank of California, Sac
Prico, llio&W: German American saving!
bank, Burlington, La., $15,000. Now Orleans
national bank, $100,000, First national bank
Fresno, Cal., I10.W0.
Price, IN 13: Sutro 4: Co , $100,000.
Price 110: First national bank, Madison,
Ind.. $J5,W0; First national bank, Cbllllcothe
O., .000, William W. Oray, 140,000, the
Studobaker bank, Uluffton, Ind-, HO.iOj, Citi
zens' national bank, Covington, Ky., $60,000,
Second national bank, Parkersburg. W, Va..
$35,000, First national bank, Lcetonla. O.. 110
Manley Jtcfotei to Talk.
Auousta, Me., Feb. 5. Hon. John
H, Manley said that he could not con
sistently discuss the Influence of Mr.
Harrison's "action on the prospects cj
Hon. Thomas V. Reed.
We havoon our floor three Sunol Illcycles. ns fine wheels as eVcr came to tho city. They S
are equipped with all the latest improvements in the market for 1800, and arc positively
fuaranteed for one year. Wo nlso have one Ladies' Sunol and it is a beauty. Ladies, it
will pay you to see this wheel beforo you buy. We also have a linPAiit shop, knajielinq
ovk.VS and iiicvci.k l.iviniv, and can repair and enamel wheels or rent you a wheel just a3 E
you like. See sample wheel in our'window. 1 j
leleplione JNo. IIS. 229 Second Street.
Intorchangable milcaffo tickets will
bo placed on sale by the Z. & O. K. R.
after February 13, good on the follow
in? lines: I!. & O., nil points west of
the Ohio river and Pittsburp and
Wheeling; 11. & O. S. W., all divisions;
C, C. & S.; C, S. & II.; Ohio Central
lines; T. & O. C. extension, and the W
& L. E.
"On account of The State Convention of
Ohio Republican League at Columbus. O,
Feb. 12th, theC. & M. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Feb. 11th aud 12th to Columbus at one
fare for the round trip, not good returning
after Feb. 13th, 1S9B."
A large assortment In stock.
Keys fitted by an exprjrt lock
Successor to D. V. Adams.
Get ready for
with your new set of
New Fresh Stock of the best Hue
You need a new, diary, our stock
is yet complete.
Bargains in a few of the Xmas
Goods left over if bought soon.
Marietta Book Store,
for tho coming season of 1S90.
Wo oro ready to receive orders for
Surr;i&, Surrics, Iiuek-boards, Light
Driving Wagons, etc., at bottom
prices. Special orders filled without
extra charges We claim to s!l the
best buggy for the money that is sold
In Marietta. No trouble to show goods
ut 515 Fourth'street.
21 Duiton & Son.
r d i . - . -. -t fhf
A. U. lJCJIiAHDS,
Next door to First Nut'l Hank,
FUOKT ST. MARIETTA, O
Porsonal atlontlon given to com
pounding of proscriptions.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff'a Is unexcelled, as aro
also his Cakes and Ices, Finest
Neapolitan loe Cream that can be
mode. Particular and personal at,
tuntlon clven 'to aorvlncr partles
reoeptlons, weddlnssor public din
ners, JACOB PFAFF,
Opposite Union Depot.
, The undersigned will ofl'er for sale, at public auction, at the plan
ing mill of Moore and Hall, opposite the new school house in West
Marietta, Washington Oounty,
February, 1890: The personal property of Moore and Hall, assigned,
consisting in, part of one 12 horse power boiler and engine, one planer
and connecting belts, one main shaft, pulleys and belting, one turn
ing lathe, one jointer and counter shaft, one saw, table and counter
shaft, also np saw, emery wheel, morticing machine, window frames
and casing, pine flooring, siding, sheeting, studing, and other lumber,
picture and other moulding, and lumber and also other articles too
numerous to mention.
Sale lo commence at 9 o'clock, forenoon. Terms Oash.
II. J Kkaft, Assignee.
Tu. & Fri.
T. O. Bay, Carriage and Wagon
Factory, 217 Second street.
At T. C. Bay's 8hop dav by day
Tho busy toilers work away;
Thoy build good wugons for tho road,
Ho strong they'll bear the heaviest load
Thoy make fine rips for pleasure ridos,
Sleighs, carls and carriages besides.
Reliable and honest it Is Rreed
That T. O. Bay's work tukes the load.
Best steel and timber nsod in make
And warranted stronc not apt to break;
Flno workniunship aud (strength com
bined In all his carriago work you'll find.
'For every piece his hands coinnloto
Is porfeetlymudonnd strong and noatj
Attention to paintingand trimming, too,
Or any repair work Bay will do.
Also handle Strecker's Harness,
tht- Best Made, and Perry's Indi
ana Buggiesat the Lowest Possi
olo Prices. 'The BostjSold in Ma
rietta. C.,C. Bay,
' Y - . . V
i ', ri -a marietta, uno.,y
No. 2iSr2l7, 210 Socond Street.
1 1. Marl's
Livery, Feed and
COB. THIRD AND GQUIIOO STREET
Horses kept by tho Day, Weok or Month,
Prompt Attention Given to Fmjorals.
Carriage can bo ordorod to and iron; all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
Can you use a High Grade,
Fine Steam Engine at about
1-2 the usual price asked by
other manufacturers? If you
aon't, be sure and stay away
Or you may see something that
you will swear you ought to
have. We build them, we have
the goods, we make the price,
we dc the business. How many
do you want? Ten, Five, Three,
Two or One.
Third and Ilutler Str.,
Telephone No. 138, Marietta, Ohio.
Ohio, on Saturday the 15th day of
VV Civil TCnulnoor
Office In Mills Building, Surveys and Con
struction: Railways, Macadam Roads, bewer
age, Drldges, Foundations and Maps.
SJ. HATHAWAY, '
Attorney at Law.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam.
STANLEY, W. A.
M.D.,0. D. S..Physlcian and Surgoon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner liar
mar and Lancaster Sta. .
D. FOLLETT new Law Olncea, over
Citizens Hank. Entrance, Second St.
J J Attornoy at Law,
uuico in jj&w Dunuing.
CIIARLK8 W. UICUAUD3,
Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street,
Attornoy at Law,
Oinco In Law Building,
Attornov at Law and Nntnnr PiiWIb.
office m Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
T' OOMI3 W. B. . i'S
JU Attorneys Law, --
uuice jiBstcor. rroni unq;i'utnam.-5Jarlctta.
T P. WARD, --
J Roil Estate and Loan Agonic
Second St.. opp. Union Depot, Marietta, O
Ii. V. W. CODY.
Office No. 304 Front Street,
OppoBlte Soldiers' Monument. Ueeldcnce Ho.
518 Feurth Street. Telephone connection.
NYE & FOLLETT,
,... . , Attorneys at Law,
Office In Law Building.
WAVCEU & CVltTIM,
Physlolans and Slurgoono.
Office and residence, ou Socond street, thTee
doors above the Court-house, Marlotta, Onto,
jonu a. lLtuitroH n. r, kratt
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room. 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second Htrttots.
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
Room a Mills Hloclt, corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
Dally. tKxcent Sundav.
.i2rta11 'formation regarding rates.
rt?f addr0e?8leCtlng llne3' Bleepm' P"'""a!
n'Mka.81 Agcnt' " & ' S' W
ASm;CynAc"SSalito3nlo?nt General pa330ns
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
South Olive... ,
P. m. p. m.
12 20 8 16
8top on Signal,
EAW 'p! 'a,Iy """' Sunday,
is. w. PAGK, j c'
Q. P. & T. A.
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS iSHOBT LINE
Toledo & QhioJJentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect Doc. a. 1895
Contral Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Throush Parlor Car Service Be-
twoen Marietta and Columbus.
Leave Marietta . a7n
No. 8. Ho. 11
l'.M. A. M
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2 62 6 25
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H pivNECTi!l01Ttl0? ". ""address G.
eita o ' Agent' UnIon Drot, Marl!
T. D. DALE. EecllvCeryiNCBNT' - P T-
W-M. AIOKSE. Superintended
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
n,J S".y' DayKxcopt Sunday.
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7 00 til 45 ! 00 Whoelln
7 35 li i(J 4 35 Moundovlllo 1 37 11 in i5
4J lli 5 87N.Martlnsv!llol2 4 6 09 0 07
10 25 210 7 28 Wllllamstown
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7 27 1135
W. J. Robi-don. G. P. A Parliei.,
,!, ratos' ln'fmtttlon, etc., call on oi
U1CM WILL HOULAPBAUJ.
ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVt
TIME CARD IN KFFKIT DEO. 'nd
At Columbus .
A f Chicago,...
r St Paul....
0 20 H m
2 40 pm
3 18 p in
3 35 p lil
4 10 p m
4 S3 p m
5 40 p 114
8 15 p in
7 20 am
0 53 am
7 15 a in
7 48 am
8 11 a in
0 20 am
11 25 aro
9 10 p m
7 25 i m
10 25 ji m
ii zu a m
7 40 am
8 50 a m
0 12 a m
0 43 am
10 01 a m
10 10 a m
2 15 p in
3 68 ii m
4 21 pm
4 58 p m
6 II) p m
6 65 p m
AH Trains Dally exccp'l Sunday.
C, C. HAHKIi?fl.,(4nBit 'aiiinimur Ayty
GEO. STHECUUt. M ICNUY SinECKER
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufactur.irs of Marine, Stationary nnd Oil
WfU IJollerj. Oil T.uiks, Smoke blacks and
Tube Expander. Special attention iSiven to
none but the bant mechanics In this line
Give us a trl.il we know we can please you
Offic? and works on est Side. y '
MASON & MILLS,
Second St, opp. Union Dopot
Noat Stylish Work. Sati.
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