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Thfl Motto of tie '
Ralstoo Heal CI is '
Its purpose: To establish n New
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Its principle : Longevity with youth.
Do you want health and long life it is
possib'e, it is within your grasp it
isn't a theory but a faot.whieh can bo
verified and .proven. Easy proofs: If
you are subject to COLDS, the CLUIJ
guarantees an absoluto cure and a pre
vention oyer after. If you are subect
to Headaches they may be instantly
and permanently cured without cost of
any kind. Theso aro easy proof. The
Club will furnish you greater proofs if
you are ill. . , ,
We can furnish you with books nnd
the PURE FOODS advocated by the
Ralston Health Club, and can vouch
for the truth of all these claims. Come
and join yourself with this wonderful
Progressive Company of Health. To
nf linnltli nrwl lrpnn it. In thnir motto.
All questions answered by sincere inA
New Spring Goods
NEW CAPES, now open for your in
spection, and we havo guarantee of the
manufacturers that they are AtiE of
them this season and of the now est
materials from the Latest designs Wo
aro very particular to inform you on
on these rjoints, so that YOU can be
sum that no other house excels us.
when wo come to name prices which.
will parlyze any competition. l'rices
at 9Sc, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, $2.!S, $3 4S to
SILKS ! Persian. Silks at -Ibc, 03c
and $1.00 per yard. .
Black Peau de Sole at 00c ; cheap at
Five pieces extra fine silk finish Hen
rietta, 3S inches wide at 50c Regular
prico OSc. Just new, guaranteed sound
and perfect in every particular, and a
Plenty of new and taking Novelties
We have gone carefully over our en
tiro stock and find every .garment and
suit to be perfect, well in,Tdc and good
styles. The reason why we did this
was to refute the stories that our "i ell
able" competitors get up when they
decry our goods. Iiecause our price-
are so very low in comparison to theirs.
We make them for our customers' ben
efit. Come and tee what w e c.in do for
you in this line. Post yourself and we
will sell to you sure.
Don't you want a Sowing Machine
this spring? We have a fine lot of them
at less prices than any one else, and we
will guarantee every machine for five
years Just think of a first class ma
chine selling at ?19.9S to $33 OS. The
New Home, -Wheeler & Wilson and
Seamstress Machines can't be beat in
quality, and the prices you tan easily
satisfy yourself are about half
Wc sell Queensware cheaper than it
can be bought elsewhere. Our stock is
large and full of new goods, in style
and shapes. Now is the time to get
buited. Call and examine them:
GROCERIES. We are the pioneers
for tho purest and best the market af
fords; but that doesn't say that uo
should charge exhorbitant prices. Our
trade is large land we buy from th"j best
markets and you ;et the benefit of the
saving. We can supply a few mon nt
the lowest prices made anywhere. Da
livery to all parts of the city.
When in need of anything, get our
prices before buying. Don't wait until
after you havo bought and then come
to find out how much you have paid
that wo would havo sold it for. We
have people who have done this act
calling on us every day regretting their
haste, They allow themselves to be
over-persuaded by tho high-priced, glib
talking people, and then regret it.
Come first, last and all the time to the
cheapest house in the city and you
won't regret it
U'FrontSt Marietta. 0
1 .- 4
For a National Conference in
Washington on Arbitration.-'
Tho Object is the Establishment of a
System for Settling Disputes
Between a rent llrlfnln anil the United
States It Is Desired That All Parts of
tho Country bo Kopresontod at This
Conference to bo Ileld In April.
Wasuihoton, March 20. Tho follow
ing letter has recently been mailed to
over 1,000 representative men through
out tho United States:
Washington, D. C, March 12, 1800.
DEA.lt Sin: A widespread desiro has
boon manifested, both in the United
States and Great Britain, for tho estab
lishment botweon theso two countries
of a permanent system of arbitration.
With a view to tho accomplishment
of that end, wc hereby invito you to at
tend a national conference, to be held
in tho city of Washington on Wednes
day and Thursday tho 22d and 23d of
April, next, to express the general con
viction that such a system of arbitra
tion should be speedily provided for by
the proper authorities, and with tho
most comprehensive application prac
ticable. It is earnestly desired that all parts
of tho country should be represented at
this conference, and in order that this
may bo assured, a similar invitation has
been sent to representative men, irre
spective of party or creed, in every
stato and territory in tho United States;
tho combined membership of tho two
houses of congress being taken as a
geperal basis of numbers and appor
tionment. Assuming that you share our belief
as to the importance of the end pro
posed, wo deem it unnecessary in this
communication to enter into an ex
tended statement on tho subject. By
repeated acts, as well as by repeated
declarations, our government has ap
peared before the world in advocacy of
international arbitration as :r measure
conformable to our interests and tho
geneial interests of our institutions, as
well as to the causo of general justice
and civilization. To this effect patriot
ism, philanthropy, statesmanship and
religion have spoken as with one voice.
In confining tho present movement
to the promotion of arbitration be
tween the United States and Great
Britain wo are not unconcerned for the
wider application of tho principle in
volved. But, taking into consideration
tho importance and value of practical
results, it has seemed wise to concen
trate our immediate efforts upon tho
attainment of a permanent system be
tween the two great English speaking
Earnestly trusting that we may re
ceive at an early day your acceptance
of tho invitation hereby extended, we
remain, yours faithfully, etc.
The call is signed by Chief Justice
Fuller, Maj. Gen. Nelson A. Miles,
Adm. John G. Walker, Hon. John W.
Foster, L. L. D., Hon. AbramS. Howitt,
and 20 other representative men in the
ecclesiastical, financial and business
Tho Jury In the Jones' Cano nt Cnrson,
Nob., l"all to Agree.
Cakson, Neb., March 20. At 0:30
Thursday ecning the jury engaged in
tho trial of John T. Jones, the former
assistant melter and refiner at tho Car
son mint, who is charged with complic
ity in tho embezzlement of bullion val
ued at $23,000, notified the presiding
judge there was no possibility of
an agreement being reached, as they
stood six for acquittal and six for con
viction and that they wished to bo dis
charged. Tho judge thereupon dis
missed them and adjourned court until
Monday next, when it is expected a
date will be set for retrial of the case.
The Czar's Coronation.
St. PuiiinsuuRO, March 20. The cer
emony of the coronation of the czar
lias finally been fixed for May 20. Tho
official programme has been pub
lished. Tho czar and czarina
will make a triumphal entry into
Moscow on May 21, and will leave that
city on June 7. Tho interim will be
filled with ceremonies, religious serv
ices, receptions, balls, fetes afld re
views. The preparations for the event
aro on the most lavish bcalo and the
ceremony of coronation will be one of
the most irapreasivo and magnificent
over seen in the old Russian capitol.
Carlisle to Address Chicago Workmen.
Chicago, March 20. John G. Carlisle,
secretary of the treasury, will deliver
a non-partisan address before the la
boring people of Chicago April 15. The
invitation was sent by nenry S. Rob
bins, president of the Honest Money
leaguo of Illinois, in response to the
request of representatives of all tho
chief local trades unions.
Romk, March 20. Private dispatches
from Massowah state that Maj. Salsa,
who was sent from the Italian head
quarters to obtain from King Menclek
permission to bury tho Italians killed
in tho battle at Adowah, and to succor
tho wounded, has returned to the Ital
ian camp. He states that the Abyssin
ians hold 1,500 prisoners.
The Sugar Ilountr Case.
Washington, March 20. The trial of
the sugar bounty cases, involving the
constitutionality of the law and inci
dentally sustaining the construction of
tho law, as announced by Controller
Bowler, may not come up in the su
premo court for a hearing for some
tlmo to come.
Town Nearly Destroyed by Fire.
Spokane, Wash., March 20. North
port, a small mining town in this stato,
near tho Canadian boundary, was al
most totally wiped out by fire. Tho
property loss is roughly estimated at
$10,000, with no insurance,
Clothing Firm Assigns.
Kansas Citv, March 20. The Bell
Clothing company assigned Thursday,
Liabilities, 1345,000; assets not yet ascertained.
AN OKDItfANtn GRANTING 'TO ANDKEW
L. QRACEV, JOHN It AISEtl AND NELSON
MOORE, THEIR SUCCESSORS AND AS
SIGNS, THE RIGHT TO ERECT, MAIN
TAIN, AND OPERATE, IN AND UPONTHE
STREETS, ALLEY'S, LANES AND PUBLIC
GROUNDS OF THE CITY OF MARIETTA,
THE POLES WIRES. MAINS', AND OTHER
NECESSARY AND PROPER FIXTURES
AND APPLIANCES TOR FURNISHING
ELECTHIO LIGHT, POWER, AND HEAT.
TO THE RESIDENTS OF SAID CITY.
Ho It ordained by the City Council of tho City
of Marlotta. Ohio, ns follows:
Section 1. That tho right and authority be,
and the same is, hereby granted to Andrew L
Gracey, John Kaiser, and Nelson Mooro. their
successors and assigns, to erect and to main
tain and operate In and upon the streets, alleys,
lanes, ond public grounds of the City of Mari
etta, Ohio, for the period of thirty years from
the passago of this ordinance, the poles, wires,
mains, and other necessary or proper fixtures
nnd appliances for tho purpose of furnishing
electrio light, power, and heat to tho residents
of Bald city and the public buildings therein:
said grant being madeupon the following terms
Section i. -Sail poles, vires, mains, fix
tures and alliances shall bo so erected and
maintained as not to Impede or obstruct tra el
along and over said streets, alleys, lanes, and
public grounds, and so as not to interfere with
ingress or egress to or from any public or pri
vate property, nor w ith the electric light plant,
gas pipes, wnter-w orlts pipes, sewerage pipes,
telegraph and telephone poles and wlros, now
constructed in said city Said polos shall ho
erected and placed at tho outer edge of the
curbing of the sidewalks, except on paved
streets, in which case they shall bo erected at
such places as tho City Civil Engineer may
designate, so as not to interfere with travel or
the How of water on such streets, and shall be
of neat and symmetrical pattern, and paintod
No wires shall bo strung or maintained less
than twonty-fle feet above tho level of tho
street oer which the satne may rass And
n henever It shall bo necessary, in tho opinion
of the C ty Civil Engineer, on account of the
change of grade or improvement of any of said
street-), alleys, lanes, or public grounds, to re
moeanyof such poles, wires, mains, or fix
tures, the same shall bo by said Gracey, Kaiser
and Moore, or their assigns, removed to such
placo as shall bo designated by said City Civil
Engineer, under tho direction of tho City Coun
cil, but not so as to interfere with the proper
enjoyment of the rights herein granted. Iha
city shall be allowed, free of charge, to attach
to said poles, w hero practicable, its flro alarm
and police w ires
Section 8. Said Audrow L. Gracey, John
Kaiser and Nelson Moore, their successors and
assigns by accepting the fianchlso and right
hereinbefore granted, ngreo and bind them
eelestosao said city of Marietta free nnd
harmless frpm any and all damages arising
from orgiowiDgout of the erection, mainten
ance, or operation of said poles, wires, mains,
llxtures and appliances
Section 1. Ulie minimum rates at which
said Andrew L Gracey, John Kaber, and Nel
son Mooro. their successors or assigns, shill
bo required by said city to furnish electric In
candeicent lighting, at any tlmo during the
period of ten years next ensuing tho passage
of this ordinance, to the citizens and public
buildings of said clt y. are as follows: Sevtntj
t e cents per hundred ampero hours, w 1th dis
counts as follows: 10 per cent on bills exceed
ing 13 and les3 than? 15 per month: 15 per cent,
on bills exceeding f 15 and less than JI0 per
month: 20 per cent, on bills exceeding $10 and
less than Jou per month: 23 per cent, on hills
exceeding tM per month. A further cash dis
count of 6 per cent, to bo allowed on all hills
paid at tho Company's offlco on or before tho
6th of the month succeeding that for which
consumption is charged. And In case of limit
ed consumption, the company to have the priv
Uego of malting special contracts with con
sumers, at a reasonable price per month, not
to exceed the cost o: corresponding ugnting ny
Tho said rates above mentioned shall be also
tho maximum prices to be chirsed under said
franchise, during tho period named. And if
any style or kind of metro is used other than
lho Ampere metre herein mentioned, tho rates
to be charged must correspond w ith, and not
exceed the rate as hoieln established.
section 5. All terms, condlti ins, provis
ions and limitations piescribed In this ordin
ance as to the construction, maintenance, use,
or operation of said plant, shall apply to and
include tho successors and assigns of the said
Andiew L. Gracey, John Kaiser, and Nelson
Moore, and to any and all persons and corpora
tions who may at any time use or operate said
platjt or any part thereof
section ti The right and privilege is re
served by said City of Marietta, to purchase
said incandescent plant as described in this
ordinance, together with such additions there
to as may be made, at the end of ten years
from the date of this ordinance, and at the
end of twenty years and thirty years respec
tively from tho date hereof, the price to bo
paid thereror to' be lixed ns follows1: Said
Gracey, Kaiser & Moore or their successors or
assigns shall choose two appraisers, the City
Council of said city shall choose two apprais
ers, and these four persons shall choose two
others, which six persons shall constitute a
board who shall appraise said plant at such
price as in their judgment It may bo worth;
and said City of Marietta, through its City
Council, shall then have the right to purchase
said plant at the price so fixed, within ninety
days from the date of such appralsment.
Section 7. The electric plant contemplated
by this ordinance shall be commenced within
four months from the date hereof, and light
and pow er furnished the residents of Marietta
within one year from the date hereof, or all
rights and pow ers herein granted shall cease,
and this ordinance become and be null and
Section 8. Before this ordinance shall take
effect, or bo binding upon the city, the said
Andrew L. Gracey. John Kaiser and Nelson
Mooro shall tile in the office of the city Clerk
of said city a written instrument accepting
this ordinance, and agreeing to all the terms
and conditions thereof And no assignment of
said franchise and right by said Gracey, Kais
er, nnd Moore, or any of their future assignees,
shall take effect, unless and until such as
signees, respectively, shall execute and file a
similar instrument with said City Clerk.
And it Is further provided that no assign
ment r transfer of this ordinance or the
rights thereby granted shall be made by said
Gracey, Kaiser and Moore, their successors or
assigns, to any person, persons, or corpora
tion, without tho express consent of tho City
Council llrst had and obtained
-potion 0. This ordinance shall take effect
and bo in force from nnd after the earliest
period allowed by law.
i'assed March IT, lSfltf
S J. HATIIAWAY,
President Pro Tem of the City Council.
Attest: CAUL IIeukek, City Clerk.
GRANTING TO NEWMAN ERB AND
CHARLES F. STREET, TRUSTEES,
THEIR SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS. CER
TAIN RIGIIT3 OF WAY FOR RAILROAD
PURPOSES IN THE CITY OF MARIETTA.
Bectlon 1. lie it oidalned by the City Coun
cil of the City of Marietta, Ohio, that there is
hereby granted to Newman Erb, and Charles
F. Mreet, Trustees, and their successors and
assigns, a right to use and occupy the follow
ing portions of btreets and public Alloys in the
city of Marietta, for tho purpose of construct
ing, maintaining end' operating a railroad
thereon, that is to say, for a single track as
now located by tbem as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point In the United Terminal
Railway truck (now held by the said Newman
Erb and Charles r. btreet. Trustees) in Butler
street, east of the east line of Second street
and near the Cleveland and Marietta R. K,
passenger Depot; thence passing over Butler
street on a curve to the right and on a grade
corresponding with that of the said United
Terminal Ry. track in llutler street, and, pass
ing out of said street through its oouth line,
west of tbe west line of Third street; thence
entering Third street through its west line,
south of Dutler street as near the aforesaid O
& M. Ry. track as practicable and on a grade
corresponding therewith and passing oul of
Third street through its east line about ninety
feet south of the south line of Duller Btreet:
thence passing over Fourth street south of
llutler Btreet on a grade corresponding with
that of said C. & M. track, near tho arch
spanning Goose Creek and as near the Bald I)
& M. track as practicable; thence entering
Fifth street through Its west line about three
hundred and thirty feet north of the north line
of Greene street and passing over the same at
an angle of about a degrees and on a grade
corresponding with that of the O. & M. Ry
track at its crossing of said Firth stroot and
passing out of Fifth street through Its east line
bout two hundred and fifty feet north of the
nprth line of Greene street; thence entering
Greene street through its north line about one
hundred and twenty feet west of the west line
of tilxth street crossing over Greene street, at
an angle of about 19 degrees and on a grade,
corresponding with that of this line ovoi1 Fifth
street and passing out of Greene street through
its Bouth lino about 4 J feet vest of, west lino of
Hlxth street; thence entering Sixth street
through its west lino nbout 43 feet south of the
south lino of Greene street, crossing over said
Sixth street at au angle of about 45 degrees and
on a grade corresponding V, 1th that which this
lino crossoa Greene Btreet passing out of Sixth
street about one hundred ond thirty feet south
of south lino of Greene street; thence entering
Seventh street about two hundred and ninety
Ue feet north, of north lino of Hart strcot
crossing Seventh street nt nn angle of about 45
degrees and on a grado not to exceed forty feet
above tho base lino established for tho purpose
of regulating street grades In the City of Mari
etta and passing out of Seventh Btreet about
one hundred and nlnotv-llve feet noith of tho
north line of Hart street; thenco entering Hart
stroeenboutono hundred and soventy-llve feet
west of west lino of Eighth street nnd crossing
over Hart street on a curvo of eight degrees
abd a grade not to exceed forty feet abovo tho
l)-go lino and passing out ofiilart street
through Us south lino nbout one hundred feet
west of west lino of Eighth streetf thence en
tering Eighth street through its west line on an
eight degree curvo at a point In Its west line
about twenty-live foet north of the north line
of Charles street; thenco running southerly
along Eighth St. on a curvo of eight degrees
to a point about ono hundred feet south of
south line or Charles St.-and eighteen feet east
of the west lino of Eighth St.; thence passing
along Eighth St. elghteon feet distant from
and parallel with the west lino or Eighth St.
and on a grado which shall bo unirorm fiom
Hart St to that of the O & M. Ry, siding track
at its crossing of the intersection of .Eighth
and Wayne St.: thence on a uniform grade to
south end of Eighth St., which Inst named
point shall not exr-ced 0 feet aloo tho baso
lino Also a lino running from west side of
Trelght Houso In Ulock Gicrossing over Uutler
St. west of, and near Third M on a cureand
on tho grado of United Terminal Ry. track
now lu use at that point; thenco crossing over
Third St. on a grade corresponding with that
of tho first abo'i e described line at this point
and Intersecting said ilrst line near the East
line of Third St , also a line running tangent to
the curvo of the East line of the "Y" In lllock
52 and passing o-v er Butler St near tho afore
said lino w est of the w est line of Third St. and
Intersecting said lino near the west line of
Third St. and south of Dutlc'r Sti Also live
sidings, crossing Greene fat. on various degrees
of curvature and on the same grade of tho
main line at its crossing of Greene St.
1st.' One entering Greene street about 150
feet east of tho east Hue of gltth street and
passing out thereof about ISO feet oast of the
east line of Fifth street,
2nd. Ono entering Greene street about ISO
feet and passing out thereof about 210 feet
east of tho east line of Fifth street.
3rd, One entering Greene street about 1C5
feet and passing out thereof about 125 feet,
west of tho west lino of Sixth street.
4th Ono entering Greene street about 145
feet, and passing out thereof about 100 feet,
west of the west lino 01 Sixth street.
5th. .,One entering Greene ttrect "about ISO
feet and passing out thereor about 10 feet west
of tho w est lino of Sixth street
Also a lino diverging from the mainline near
tho south lino of Hart street entering Eighth
street through its west lino about 15 feet
south of the south line of Hart street, passing
over Eight street on a grade not exceeding 4u
feet abo e the baso lluo and out of said street
about 200 feel south of south line or Hart
Section 2 Tho sild rights or way are grant
ed and the use nnd onjoyment thereof by said
Newman Erb d,iid Charles F. Street;, Trustees,
and their stlci't-tor and assltrns. Hhall 1m
deemed and held io be their acceptance of the
name, upon me following express terms, con
ditions and nguemonts. to bo kept and per
formed by tht in. vizi (1) That no permanent
trestle work eh ill bo built or maintained on
any part of am l tllroad constructed uuon or
over any of tli rlglits of w ay hereinbefore
granted aim s uu racks snail De lined to grade
w 1th suitable m ueri.ll within six months after
and w hero the s uao shall have been laid on
any temporary rc itlo work. (2) That where
ever, at any or t hi-said street crossings, such
railroad when a constructed shall be at a
gteater elevation ilnn the street bo crossed at
such point, tho s lid Newman Erb and Charles
i'. otrcet, Tiusteep ana their successors ana
assigns shall construct and maintain at such
crossings, and on either side of tho track, ap
proaches for both i oad way and sldew alks, on
a grade of not niui e than four degrees. (3)
The roadways on fituer side of said tracks at
Street Ciosslngs, for a distance of tw elve (l?)
feet from the tracks, shall bo Kept and main
tained hard and ilrm, and the spares between
tho rails, over tho entli e w ldth or the roadway
and Bidewals (excepting sufllcient spaces for
car wheel llanges) shall bo filled and "kept
with heavy and suitable planks level with the
top of the rails, and securely fastened to the
ties, and safe and convenient crossings for all
purposes of common travel shall bo main
tained at all times '4) Tho work of con
structing tracks over tho rlghtsiof way herein-
oeioro gramea saaii do compieieu on or oeiore
the Istday of July, 1&07. and as to'any portions
or said streets over which said rlchts are
granted on which such tracks shall not bo
constructed by said date, tho rights or way
hereinbefore granted shall be and become null
and void at said date
Sections. This ordinance shall take effect
and bo In force from and after the earliest
period allow ed by law.
i-assea juarcn n, joju.
S. J. HATHAWAY,
President Pro Tem ot City Council.
CARL I1ECKER, City Council
T. 0. Bay, Carriage and Wagon
Factory, 217 Second street.
At T. O. Bay's shop day by day
Tho busy toilers work away;
Thoy build good wagons for the rqad,
80 Htrong they'll boar tho heaviest load,
Thoy make tine rigs for pleasure rides,
Sleighs, carts and carriages besides.
Reliable and honest it is agreed
That T. C. Bay's work takes the load.
BoBt stool and timber used in make
And warrautodutronc, not apt to break;
Fine workmanship and strength com
bined In all bis carriage work you'll find.
For every piece his hands complete
Is porfectly made and strong and neat;
Attention to patntingand trimming, too,
Or any repair work Bay will do.
Also handle Strecker's Harness,
the Best Made, and Ferry's Indi
ana Buggies at the Lowest Possi
Dle Prices. The Best Sold in Ma
rietta. T. C. JBay,
Mo. 215, 217. 219 Second .Street.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
Account of the Republican State League
meeting, at Charleston, W Va , March 25th,
tbe Ohio River Railroad Company will sell
excursion tickets March'21th and 2Jtli from
the principal points alone its line to Charles
ton at one fare for the round trip. Tickets to
Denmueato ranrcn zna. from stations on
the O R. It. R which are not furnished with
through tickets, delegates may procure same
to Point Pleasant at one fare for the round
trip. Ohio Central Lines will sell tickets from
Point Pleasant to Charleston for ono faro for
the round trip, thus giving those who are naf
able to 'secure through tickets, the same
through rate. W. J. Rohikson,
General Passenger Agt.
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Opposite Union Depot.
Telephone No. 118. 229 Second Street.
Camtofl JlflaflflJ U..MJ M iut JJMll hJ8L.MJ5l
If you think of buying an engine of
any size or kind Bend for our Catalogue
No 30, containing- illustrations and
prices olevery kind of engine from 1 up
tQ 25 horse power, at bottom prices, or
List No. 29 for yacht engines, boilers
and boat machinery. Either sent free.
CHAS. P. WILLARD &
197 Canal Street
SOLD UNDER GUARANTEE.
ACTUAL COSTLESS THAN S1.25 PEE GaJ
J. -W- DYSLE & CO.,
Successors to "The Buell Drag Co."
k Wholesale and Retail Druggists
428 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio.
Boiler for Sale!
We have in stock one 6 H. P.
vertical, all steel, tubular boiler
for sale complete with hood, baBe,
grates, Btack and all fittings. Ev
erything new and never been un
packed, fully guaranteed and all
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
Do you want a good sight feed
Lubricator for your engine ? We
sell the "Lunkenheimer." None
better 1 Hear our price ?
A large assortment in stock.
Keys fitted by an expert lock
Successor to D. P. Adams,
lv '-' Jjl. .-j. .-.Jjl 1 iJ-1
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Wo havo on our floor throb
Sunol -Bicycles, as tlno
wheois as over came lo tho
city. They aro equipped
with all tho latest improyo
tnonts in tho, marlsot for
1800, and aro positively
guaranteed for ono year.
Wo also bayo one Ladies'
Sunol and it is a beauty.
Ladies, it will pay you to
sco this wheol before you
buy. We also havo a itEPAiu
SHOP, ENAMELING OVENS and
iiicvcle livery, and can re-'
pair and enamel wheels or
rentyou-a wheel just as you
like Seo sample, wheel in
our window. '
Q J. MATH AWAY,
O. Attornoy at Law,
ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam.
MD. FOLLETT now Law Offices, ovor
. Citizens Bank. Entrance. Second St.
Attornoy at Law,
Offlco In LawUJulldlnK. Marietta, O.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS.
Attorney at Law,
Offlco on I'utnam Strcot,
X Attornoy at Law,
Offlco In Law Building,
Attornoy at Law and Notary Public,
Offlco on Second Strcot, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room a Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B. " "
Attornoy at Law,
Ufflce MaBt cor. Front and Putnam. Marietta.
Roal Est Mo and Loan Agent,
bocond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
1Z. O. W. EDDY.
Office No.304 Front Street,
Opposlto Soldiers' Monument. Residence Ho.
518 Fourth Street. Tolcnhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. V. KRAI?
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Offlce room, 1 Mills Dulldlng-, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Attorneys at Law,
Offlco In Law Jlulldlng.
WAITEIt & OURT.1S,
Physlolana and Surgeons.
Offlco and residence, on Second street, three
doors abovo the Conrt-house, Marietta, Ohio.
J. L Marl's
Livery, Feed and
' Sale Stables.
COR. THIRD AND'' CHURCH STREET
nones kept by the Day, Week or Month.
Promnt Attention Given to FnneralB.
Carriage can bo ordered to, and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by tolephone will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
For the Holiday Trade
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finest line of
Mouldipgs and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. "Olough & Warren
' and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. We always
. take pleasure in showing
N our goods. '
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
T. & O. c, Ex. R: R.i Excursion to Co
lumbus account PadorovVskl.
. QPjytoy. Mc-27tn tho Toledo & Ohio Cen
tral Extension H. R. will run an excursion to
trip to accommodate persons wishing to bear
Paderowskl tho Greatest Living I'lanlBt. And
to give the people, of Marietta and vicinity an
opportunity to visit tho Capitol Buildings;
Jhe''rS.t,1,B,rS..an,th.er Placw of interest Tn
&B??5ilal9K.5,i Traln mil leave Marietta at
i.l p. m with 2 through coaches and Parlor
Car, arriving in Columbus at 7:15-p. m.. In
ample time for tho Concert. Tickets will be
g lod returning up to and Including Mch. 8 tu,
beats in Parlor Car can be engag a in advance
by calling upon O M. Payne, Ticket Agent
union Depot or addresslDg U. O. Vincent, Q.
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