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For tho next 30 days wo will give
awaytto our customers Fixi: Pieces or
FunslrultK uch us Child's ltockers,
Mother's Rockors, Large Easels, Heauty
Wall Pockets, Saratoga Rockers, Para
gon Book Rack, Ilnrp Music Rack, Ac
commodation llat Rack, tho fi o'clock
Tea Table, Maddox Tabic, Lyon Screen,
White House Folding Chair. Enclosed
Book Case, Standard Writing Desk,
Flora Book Rack, Safety Medicine
Chest and other pieces equally as desir
able. Come to our store and sec the
presents and the articles themselves
you will soon possoss. They cost you
nothing. They are the finest and most
useful premium articles ever offered.
Theso articles of fnrnituio aro given
you when you have traded a certain
amount ut our store; not necessary to
trade it all at one time.
Remember we do not ask any higher
prices for the goods on account of tho
presents. We sell the goods at the
same price whether we punch the card
All hojders of Silverware Cards can
for tho nest HO Days have them re
deemed and can finish up the full
amounts they call for.
No purchase less than SO cents will
"be punched on card.
KOAL SPAR IS tho name of a com
pound for dissolving in water and
sprinkling over tho coal pile which will
make poor coal canal to the best and
make it go one-third further than it
would without tho Koa.1 Spar. Only
costs one cent to treat each bushel of
coal and will save 3 to 5 cents on every
bushel. 25 cents a package. Simple
and easy to apply.
Do you guess
Why wo press
You to buy
Then to trv
Fel's Naptha Soap ?
Because it's tho best, the cheapest and
will save labor. No boiling. A self
washer. Clothes so. iked with it in
water will be so treated by tho hidden
force tho water sets free that only the.
smallest amount of work is needed and
tho clothes como out thoroughly pure
and clean. It's the Woman's Savings
100 new pieces of Embroideries placed
on sale this week, wide, fino goods,
beautiful new patterns at the surprising
.ow price of 12K and 15 cents a yai il ;
regular price 25 cunts. These aro Im-
fiorter's samples and no more at these
12 dozen Ladies' White Embroidered
Aprons at 18 cents Cheap at 25 cents.
Misses' Fast Black Seamless Ribbed
IIoe OS at lOe, 7s at 12c, Si at He, and
Ladies' at 17c a pair.
Odds of Uniei wear for Ladies and
Children going cheap.
Ladies' fine Knit Union Underwear
Suits at 4Sc ; w orth 75c a suit.
Wo -make the Greatest Bargains of
any House in the City. l
5J0 pieces of Worsted Dress Goods to
select fiora at prices not matched aijy
wheie. Call and seo them.
Celery Nervine at 13c a bottle with
Sarsaparilla, Stillmgia and Red Clover,
a blood and nerve tonic, valuable for
nervou3 disorders, blood and brain.
Regular ptice 81.03, our price 43c
Don't wait, outcome at once and see
the best assortmentof Queensware ever
we have shown at the lowest prices.
White Granite Cups and Saucers at 25c
and 30c, wi-re 30 and 35c. Piates25 and
30c, were 30 and 35 a set. All other
pieces rceuced in proportion.
Carpets, Oil Cloths add Mattings in
full stock at thu lowest prices ever
touched, 10c to 55c a yard.
Wall Paper going out with a rush
Wliy? bee our prices. '
Round Shore Herring. 3 lbs for 10c.
"Lake fish, 5c a pound. Mackerel, 13Jfu
a pound. 3 bt IJutter Crackers for 10c.
Ureeu Peas, He a poun 1.
The Best Cigars in tho U. S. for One
Cunt. Try one 1
Iron Granite Enameled Waro at half
the usual prices. Basins 18c. 20c, 23 and
25c. M ilk nans 9c, 10 to 25c. Stew Ket
tles 25c, 2Sc, 35 to iu. Coffee pots 35c,
4'Jc und SUc, and other articles in propor
tion. ' l
Wo aro bound to save you monev on
very thing that you buy from us. 'Full
tock, Fresh Goods and latest styles in
very Department, at
169 Front St. Marietta, 0
Formally Withdraws From tho
Kentucky Senatorial Contest.
In a Letter to the Joint Assembly Ho
Thanks tho Republicans
For Their Support nml Tender Hack; to
Them tho Notnlnntlon They o lllm
TliU Action Caused Mitih Kxpitu
Incut, lint No Uomonstr.
FnAXKror.T, Ky., Feb. 29. Dr. God
frey Hunter gave the geneial nsr.embly"
tt'big shock Saturday by stepping down
When tho joint 'assembly convened
Representative Lyons stepped In front
of tho clerk's desk and. timid impressive
silence, read a letter from Dr. 'Hunter,
in which he thanked the republicans
for their suppoitnnd tendered back to
them tho nomination they had given.
His withdrawal created great excite
ment, but there was only a small dem
onstration. Hunter's lender, Senator A. D. .Tames,
voted for Auditor Sam Stone. This was
takeu to indicate Uhat tho nuutcr or
ganization w ill try to concentrate On
Stone unci bestow on him tho repub
lican caucus nomination which Hunter
tossed away. Tho republicans voted
for 20 or more different candidates nnd
tho democrats voted exactly ns on Fii
day. NICARAGUAN WAR.
Momentobn Itomhiirdcil by Cunboats
l'rosWlcnt fcelaya Advances on tho
Managua, Nicaragua, Feb. 2P. The
stern reality of war is being felt here,
and thu campaign agninst the insur
gents is being pushed with vigor by
President JColaya. He is on his way to
meet tho enemy, nnd has captured the
town of Nagarote. Momentobo, on Lake
Manangun, is being bombarded, nnd
tho inhabitants hno fled in terror.
This town was one of thoso that de
clnied for Gen. Ortiz, the rebel leader.
It is reported that tho rebelt, in Nic
aragua now count sutely upon tho sup
port of nearly all tho westei n provinces.
The rebel forces have increased to
2,000 men. It is expected that the in
surgents at Leon will soon attack
tho government forces at Matearos,
one of the principal strategic positions
held by President Zelaya. The situ
ation is daily growing more serious.
Business is paialyzcd, and the gather-'
ing of tho coffee crop and exportation
aro hampered, as nearly all the laborers
on tho haciendas have been lecruited
into tho army.
Torteph Oros7 Sentenced toDcnth.
PlTTsnur.au, Pa., Fob. 20. Judge
Slngel, in criminal court Saturday
morning, passed the death sentence on
Joseph Oros?, tho Hungarian who mur
dered Miss Terretsa Bobak January,28
last. Miss Bobak had promised to
marry Orosz, and after obtaining $30,
from him with which to procure her
wedding outiit declined to carry out
her part of tho programme. Oiosz
stated to tho court that he was drunk
and did not intend or desire to kill the
Government KccelptH anil IZTpondlturrs.
Washing roy, Feb 29. The state
ment of ofllcial receipts nnd expendi
tures of tho government for February
which will be made public Monday
next will slow receipts for the month
in lound figures 2(5,000,000 and expen
dituresjS2"),000,000, or an excess of re
ceipts over expenditures of less than
S'-'OO 000. The deficit for the fiscal year
to date is about Slb,750,000. So far 894,
702,0SO in gold has been payed in on ac
count of the purchase of new bonds.
I'mull) Asplij inted by (iiih.
Chicago, Feb. 29. Three of the fam
ily of eight dead and the others dying
was the frightful result of gas as
phyxiation at tho residence of Fred
btunkol, a farmer living, n few miles
southwest -of Chicago Heights, near
Crete, Will county. Physicians attend
ing the family say that tho mother and
four of tho children .will die. The
father, tho oldest daughter, Rosamond,
aged l'J, and the four-year-old child,
Delia, are already cieutfi'
Dlnpcniary Constables Wounded.
Ciiam.iwtoy, S. C, Feb. 29. A special
to the Xuw& and Courier from Wnlhal
la, S., C, says: Friday night at 11
o'clock, while Disponbarr Constables
Jenkins, of Darlington fame, and Red
mond, were on their way to the county
jail, they were stopped by a posse cf
unknown men and fired upon. About 0
f.liots were fired in rapid succession,
and both constables weie badly wound
ed. Itcjjardcd an n Joke.
St. Pr.TKitsuur.o, Feb. 29. A pilot
named Khobo, who took part in the
Wiggins polar expedition in 1894, has
arrived at Aftenblnd from Yeniheisk,
east Sibeiiu, and reports that uboutthe
middle of January ho heard a customs
olllcial say that Dr. Nunsen w us return
ing from the noth pole, which he, had
almost succeeded in reaching. lCliubo
says that ho regarded the statement ol
tho officer's as u joke.
I Locked Shell O) titer Company.
Capk OiiAiir.ES, Va., Feb. 29. Tho
Export Locked Shell Oyster company
has been organized hero with a capital
stock of Si00,000, subscribed by Phila
delphia and New York parties. It will
put a rivet through tho bill of oysters
so as to keep them fresh in shipment to
distant markets. Tho process has been
fully tested, and tho company will com
mence business at once. ,
Insurance Iloycottrra Ilrought to Time.
London, Feb. 29. A Berlin dispatch
to the Standard nays: "There is good
authority to say that the home office
investigation will resuH in a consider
able relaxation of the existing regula
tions for boycotting American insur
Senate Amendment A greed To.
WA8iiiNOToy, Fab. 29. Tho army
appropriation bill, with Benato amend
ments, waylaid bef6re tho house, and
the amendments were disagreed to and
a conference with tho senate asked.
Big Enough for Three."
The largest piece of .good
tobacco ever sold for iocents
IheScent piece is nearly as
.large as you .get. of otherv
nigh grajd.es for, 10 cents
T; JituJllfflrlroifff run- -
Can you use a High Grade,
Fine Steam Engine at about
1-2 the usual price asked by
other manufacturers? If you
oon't, be sure and, stay away
Or you may see something that
you will swear you ought to
have. We build them, vb have
the goods, we make the price,
we do the business. How many
rlo you want? Ten, Five, Three,
Two or One.
Third nnd'Butler Str.,
Telephone No. 128, Marietta, Ohio,
If you think of buying nn engine nf
any kia or kind send for out Ca'JAI on UK
No o0, containing illustrations unit
prices of every kind of cnuine from 1 up
to 2r hore power, at bottom prices or
Lisa Xo. 23 for yacht engine, bo le k
and boat machinery. Kit -rseiitfiee.
CHAS. P. WILLAIW &, CO.,
197 Canal Street - - CHICAGO
f Cm T O !
A large assortment in stack.
Keys fitted by an export lock
Successor to II. P. Adams.
1 WT-.U M.H.L
-ir ' -
1 -I ft It vlwaigsjaj if i'n'ijii.tmi- H 1 tf 1 rf I-t I
for tho .coming scnso.n of 1890,
Wo aro ready to receive orders for
Buggies, Surrfes, Buck-boards. Light
Driving Wagons, etc., at bottom
prices. Special orders filled without
dttra charge;. -Wo claim to selj the
best buggy or tho mopey that is sold
in .Marietta No trouble U show goods
at BIB Fourh,streot.
F. H. Duiton & Son.
For the Holiday Trade"
naoLFiRtf Picture' Frames
alV&M. V? p and .
Of all kinds. Tho finest line of
Mouldings, and Pictures in tho
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the?'LoVest. We always
takp plcmsiiro in showing
Schneider & Brexfaiinger,
256 Fronfc-St:, Marietta, Ohio.
T. 0. JBay, Onrhagd'and -Wagon
Jt'acvory, 217 jsecond-etreot.
At T. O. Bay's Bhop day by day
Tho busy toilers work away;
They biilld good wagons for tho rond,
80 stronu thoy'll boar tho heaviost load,
They make flno'rlcs for ploasuro rides,
SlelghB, carts and carriages bosides.
Rellablo and honost it Is agrood
That T. O. Bay's work tokos the load.
Best stool and timber used in mako
And warranted strong, not apt to break s
Fino workmanship andy strongtk com
blnod In all his carriage work you'll find.
For ovory pioco bis hands complete I
Ib porfootly made and strong and noat;
Attention to painting and trim mlng, too,
Or any ropair work Bay will do.
Also handle Streclcei"s Harness,
the Best Made, and Perry's Indi
ina Buggies at th.e lowest' Po'ssi
ole Pi-ices The BostjSold in Ma
rietta. , " '
X. CL. JBay,
1 ' Marietta, Ohio.
No. 215, 217, 210 Second Streot.
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A
STREET RAILWAY ROUTE, TO BE
KNOWN AS ROUTE NO. 2, AND FIXING
THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS UNDER
WHICH TIlE SAME SHALL BE CON
STRUCTED AND OPERATED.
Ue It ordained by the City Council of the City
oftAtariotta, Ohio, as follows:
SECTION 1. That ft Rtrertt Tl.-lSRPntrnr rillwnv
roilte to to known aa Rontn niitnher twn. hn
itm the same Is hnrehv pstahltHhnri. In t.wn
uiviaiuua, ai louowa: tho ursc uiw-lou com-.
iuencinc ai tne intersection ot Ohio ana
Second strtets, and extendi: g up Second
street to its intersection with Trout stieet;
and the second dlylMon commencing nt the in
tetsection oi Front nnd Second hlreets. thence
exteudlnn on Second street b jck to Montgom
eiv street; thnnce on Montgomery stieet to
Fifth street; thenco on Fifth Rtreet to Putnam
stieet; thence on Putnam btreot to Fourth
street; theuco 6a Fourth street to Greene
street; thenco on Groeuo street to fecond
street; the number of tracks ono.ich fcttoet to
be one, except as otherwise spetiiled, and to
Include necessary and proper switches, tu n
outs, and turntables.
section a. said touto is extabllshcd sub
ject to the follow ing pro isions and conditions.,
iz: Tho work ot construuliiR eaid railway
shall be commenced within four months, ard
the first division thereof competed within
eight months, and the second dfvislon within
ono j ear after the passage of this ordiuunco;
and if not so begun and completed this ordin
ance shall be, and become null and void as to
any part of said touto not so begun and com
The worn of constructing said railway shall
be performed and coinpluted by squares, and
cleaned up as the work progi esses TU sur
face of the track shall in all cates be ona level
with the suiface of the street, and the track
shall be laid llrinly, so that the cars can be
run thereon with safety, and so that vthlcles
of any kind nrtiy at all times cross and run
oer said track, easily and without obstruc
tion, and without; danger of displacing tho
rails or any part of the track If wooden ties
are used, they shall be of good sound oak or
other wood equally durable, and all ties shall
be ballasted -hUIi good material so as to bo
solid and substantial. Tho rails shall bo of
the ' T" pattern not less in weight th in What
is known as oo pound" rails, and shall bo
ilrmly fastened to tho ties; and a sectional
view of tho tail to be used shall be submit
ted to the It illroad Committee of the Couucil
for their appioval, before the Same shall be
laid. The space between tho rails, and tun
luchPS outside of the same shall be illled up.
on unp,ivid streets, with stone or gravel bal
last; aud when any stieet on the line of said
loulo shall be permanently improved or re
paired, the Person. Terhons nr rnrtmr.ittnn
owning said lallway and franchise shall pay
Mithpirt of the cost and expense thereof as
may be occasioned by tho existence of said
railway, over aud aboo the cost und oxpeuse
thereof 'without said Hacks, such cost and ex
pense to be determined bv thn nitv nivii Kn.
glueer. Tnat part of tho roadway between
tne rails, ana for eight inches on tho outside
thereof ehall be kept and maintained by the
owner of said railway route at all times hard
and iltni, and clear of obstructions; and the
How of water shall in no case be obstructed by
tho track, but all water courses or gutters
cirissed by tho track shall be so cohered or
bridged as to cause no hlnderanco or obstruc
tion to sui.h flow. The width betw een the tails
shall be four feet eight and one half inches, or
what is known as standard guago. The city
reserves the light to remove said railway
ttatk whenever necessary or expedient for the
purpose of laj ing or repairing tas, water, or
sewer pipes, but so as to impede the operation
ot said road as little as possible Tho work on
the construction of said street railway shall
be done under the direction of the City Coun
cil, through its btieet Committee aud ,t.ivll
Engiueer. and when requited by tho persons
constructing said railway, tho tTitv Clyil tn
glueer shall givo to them thn gtade of tho
street at all poluts over which haid railway is
to pass Said railway s'lall be built so as to
couforra to tho preseut suriace of the streets
over which tho samu muv nu.Q. nnil hhnii it
cbanged without expense to the city tocon
form to any change of grade, or future lm-
I)roemeaiH oi sam streets ild railway
on..,, uu uiuii. m mu uuuuio oi tne street, ex
ceptlngwhem otherwise directed by the Rail
load ommlttee, and in ca'o of future lru
prov ement of any street, shall be thn changed
and located as the City Couucil may direct
'I he power to bo used foe propelling cars shall
be electricity, aud the right Is hereby given to
erect, on the streets and publlcgroundsof said
city the neccsbary poles, w ires and other fix
tures therefore; .provided that such pbles,
wires and llxtutes bo so constructed and main
tained as not to interfere with the ordinary
uses of tho street, and that said poles be not
ltss than i feet in height, of symmetrical
shape, and kept paluted. Tue location of said
poles to be under the direction of the City civ 11
Engineer, and said poles to be moved and
chanted w henevcr deemed necessary by Coun
cil for the lmproveniout of any street.
SKcrtoN :i The person, persons, or corpora
tion owning or opeiatlng said railroad shall at
all times observe the foliovingr tries nnd regu
lations in running their cats upon said road,
to wit: The carsbhall be of proper and suit-,
able size, with all the conveniences and details
that are customary In the latest st jle or design
of electric street cars, and shall at all times oe
koitln good order and with proper and safe
arrangements for passengers in entering or
leaving tho s line, and shall be properly heated
in cohl w either. Them shall at ml tlmesbea
competent person iu charge of ekch car, who
shallsee that the rules of the railway company
and the ordlnan es of the Uty aro stiictly en
forced, and suchpertou shall be construed to
bo the ageut of the perura, persons, orcorpora
tion operating salu ro id. No cne shall be nl
lowed to delay or hinder the cats in the free
passage thereof, nor shall said cars be permit
ted to stand unnecessarily to the delay or
hindrance of persons oi vehicles, nor jo stop
on the street crossings except for tho purpose
of the cuttnhce or exit of patBengers The
person, persons, or corporation qwnlng or
operating said .railway or any part, thereof
Shall bri required to run from terminus to ter
niluuj oach of theaioresald divisions of.sald
route in operational intervals not exceeding,
ten mlrvite beginfilngui ilvn o'clock Ai Mj
and continuing until tn o'clock l?.,Mif dally,
excepting on Sunfl jy. when cars mayibe run at
longer Intervals aud for a less number of
hours Provided, that .nothing in this ordi
nance Shall ba so constiued us to limit the
power of the City Council to pas aiut e'tif ore e .
such ordinances and regulations with respect
to the operation of such railway as they niay
deem necessary to protect the people of Jha
SEcrrioN 4, Tho person, persons, or o rpora
Hon owning or operating said road nnd fran
chise shall at all limes keep and hold said city
free and harmless from, and indemulfy said
city against, any and all damage occasioned
by or resulting from the construction, .main
tenance, and operation threof,
section 6. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force fiom and after the earliest
period allowed py law
Passed February 23, 18'H , I
EDW, V1E1SENHELDER, '
President of City Council.
Attest; CARL BLCKER. City Clerk
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10-lo a m, lit j p m.
For Loui4Jville. 10:40 a m, hjjj m ,;
For Parkerstrarg, M0:40a m, tilioo am, 1;55
For Helpre, o:oo, 10:40, 2:to, 4:CB, 11:25.
aarsspm.1118'10,40 m ll!2B p W
For Now York, 4:5J p m, 11;2J p m.
Daily. tExcopt Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates.
B,ty2,Cr,nect'nB"nJ3' sle Parlor cars!
R;Mar.tlTtS.E6.7orket AseMD' & ' S" W
ABVut-cinVlnnatCohio?11' UneK" v
Cleveland & Marietta flaUway
riqnirjii . ! :T Jt .if l.?
Kimboiton ... '
tatop on Bljrnal.
.. A,U t??!??JjR"y oxcopt Sundav.
-. .um, J. a' TAYLOR.
Gi P. & T. A.
MARIETTA & COIMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Tabloln ErToot Doc. 8 1895
Central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
VhrouBh Parlor Car Service Be-
tween Marietta and Columbu8.
' Tunnel.. '
" CUtltr..! !
:: uuey i :::
Arrive Talos .,
" Athens '
' r Dotixjlt
No. 1. No. 8. No. 11.
A. it. P.M. a;m!'
P.M. P. M
2 25 7 35
0 30 1 0J A. M.
Leave Columbus i v.
" Palos jo n
' Amcsviuu 1()J
v'lncont ii 41
Arrlvo Maiictta ya
No. 2. No. 4, No il.
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Trains m. .1.11 . " "
M i'i vV; V,7l U1"i" "? 5". oa r nddrcea G.
ettafo E0"t, Uulou Brot Mart:
T. D. DALE. Recclvte'r7INCENT' G' P T' A'
JOHN A. HAMIXTOM II. F. KILAIT
HAMILTON & KRAfT,
Once room. 1 Mills' Ilulldlntr. Cor. Putnam
aud Second Btrneu.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
1 8 J? BASIEKH TIJIB ,21 0
AM tu nr -" .
7 05 til 45 00 Wheeling 2 C5 J 45 lffl ii
7 35 U 10 4 83 MounrisvllFe 187 14 lo"
4,J, Ui a7N.Mrtlneillol2 4i 6 00 0 07
U'O 185 Uio Sietcravlllo 12 25 4t0 Sit
am a"m vv (I'ark'bgj JTW
'??n H2? aavenBWopd' 0 40 145
1 lfl B K7
115 6 41
140 0 C(i
217 0 60
8 24 8l&
G allt poll a
8 jn is an
8 85 12 81
8 03 12 07
7 27 11 35
W. J. EomooN, G. P. A Part'orsbm-u.
ror tutu,, Information, etc., call on or ad-(UCBa-
131 Front Stioot
2ANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
1IMS CARD IN EFFKCl'DCC. Jnd. 1895.
o 20 am
6 63 a m
j a Dl
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 25 s. ni
1 80 p m
2 40 pni
8 18 pm
85 p m
4 10 pm
4 113 pm
5 40 p m
8 15 p in
7 20 am
1 25 p'm
7 40 am
8 50 am
9 43 am
10 oi am
lo 4o a'm
10 25 pm
it 20 tvm
3 65 pm
3)58 p m
4 2i pm
4 58 p.m
5 65p in
. ., , -.i.
an xroms riaity except Snudar. , i
..w. ,v mmw , IU.M3 UKjru UVUQCU110DS a
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?. zvgvsiast&i wj!ttWjir . .
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GJIO, SinEOKEK. HKNKY STnEOKIIl
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well nnllnrfl. Oil nUnlm l.mnlA C,nn1.u n
Tube Expanders. Speiial attention given to
repauinu nouers in the oil ilelds. We employ
none but the best mochanlcs in this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you,
Oftlce and works on West Side. ' '
MASON & MILLS,
Second St opp. Unloa JJopot-i
oat Styliiih Work. Satis
, Jacticn Qa.raleipd,,