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WHAT TO EAT!
The "Ralston Health Club" of Ameri
ca guarantees the preservation of per
fect health to ovory person who eats
according to Model Meals (being , the
third edition of Ralston Meals), and in
connection thorowith, observes the
natural principles of Hying as stated
in tno uonerai AicmDersnip noon 01
the Ralston Ilealth Club, which may
bo obtained by addressing or calling
Our stocks of the Hcst Foods obtain
able are increasing every week nnd
our customers candopond on us having
a good supply ut tho very LOWEST
Wo have ever offered in SEWING MA
CHINES for tho
With a Climax Sowing Machine,
regular price $45.00, wo will give a fine
Decorated 50-Pieco Tea Set, worth S5 00;
total $50.00. Our price for this sale only
With a New Homo Sewing Machine,
regular price 550 00, we will give a fine
Decorated 50-Piece Tea Set, worth
$5.00, total S55.00. Our price for this
sale only S29JS.
With a New No. 0 Wheeler & Wilson
Sowing Machine, regular price $55 00,
wo will give a fine Decorated 130-Piece
Dinner Set, worth $15.00; total $70.00.
Our prico for this sale only S85.00
Every machines new and bought di
rect from tho faetorv by us, nnd war
ranted for 5 years. These PRESENTS
andthelo PRICES only forTHIS SALE
and TIME stated.
To Get a Pair of
Woolen Jersey pants for S1.0S. That
is the valuo of them, that is the price
we sell them at. Rut to make it the
greatest bargain offered anvwheio bv
anybody, WE AVILE FOR TEN DAYS
ONLY, or until tho stock of H9S pairs
are sold, make tho following unparal
One Pair Wool Kersej Pants, Reg
ular price v SI OS
One Working Shirt 40
Ono Gold Plated Watch Chain US
OneStiff Dress Hat 50
One Pair Suspenders 10
One Linen Collar 15
Ono Handkerchief, Turkey Red. .. 10
One Pair Seamless Sock's 10
Total $4 III
Allot which we will deliver to you for
only fl.OS," just the price of the ono pair
of pants. Can you pass such great
values a9 we offer you here? Onlv one
pair of pants to each customer. Don't
wait till your size is out. and then say
it's no good anvhow. That won't help
you a bit-COME!
A SPECIAL SALE.
we will sell.
For 15 days only
Ono Meat Saw, regular price
Three Assorted Stew Skillets
Ono lb. All Right Raking Powder
One-half lb Young Hyson Tea -One
Ono Muffin Pan ....
Total 82 00
All of which we will sell during this
Bale for only 09 cents.
The above are samples of some of
the great Iiargains we are making.
And If you are needing
HATS AND CAPS.
Window Shades, Queensware, Tin and
Hardware, Confectioneries and Gro
ceries, Musical Instruments, Picture
Frames and many other goods we have
in stock, AT LESS PRICES than any
other house will sell them at Every
article guaranteed good, sound and
new. Wo sell too many goods and
turn our stock .too fast to have any old
goods on hands.
Ono Case, 2000 yds. fine Zephyr Ging
hams, worth 15c a yard; our price now,
only 8Jc a yard. They are beauties
this season. Como and see the leading
house of our City for Bargains.
169 Front St Marietta. 0
Against tlitf Northern Pacific for
Nearly Two .Million Dollars.
This Action is -for tho Collection of
Unpaid Interest on Bonds
Or tho Various ltrnncli Line Controlled
by tho Northern l'nclflo Tho VInlntllT
In tho Ciien Is tho Farmers' T.onu and
Trust Company of New York.
St. Paul, Minn., March 25. -Tho
Farmers' Loan and Trust Co., of Now
York, Tuesday brought suit against
the Northern Pacific Co. for 81,050,803.
The action Is for tho recovery of tho
Unpaid interest on tho bonds of vari
ous branch lines, control of which
was socurod by tho Northorn
Pacific somo years ago, with a guaranty'
of the interest bonds. In no case, with
ono exception, has any of the interest
on thoso bonds been paid sinco tho
spring of 1893, tho earnings of tho
branches bolng insufficient to meet
it, and it is ior tho recovery
of it from tho guarantors that tho
suit is brought by tho Farmers' Loan
and Trust company as trustees. Ono
complaint alleges soron causes of ac
tion, a separate causo for each particu
lar branch in North Dakota, South Da
kota, Montana, Idaho and Washington.
Tho nggregato demand is St, 333,143.
Tho other suit is for 023,100 interest
on tho Northern Pacific and Moutana
AN EXPLOSION OF OIL
Causes n Panic in a Factory nnd Dolays a
1'arformnnco fur Half an Hour.
Chicago, March 25. An explosion of
oil in the picture frame factory of Now
coinb Macklin S: Co., at 307 and 309
Wabaslj aveuuo shortly before eight
o'clock Tuesday evening eteated a panic
among tho 50 persons at work in the
building and caused so much excite
ment in the Auditorium theater on the
opposite side of the street that tho per
formance of "Carmen", by tho Abbey
Grau c6mpany was delayed for half an
hour. The explosion uns followed by
a fierce firo which in u few moments
attracted thousands of persons to tho
scene. Tim stiecty wero filled with
tho carriages of opera goers and
the arrival of tho fire department
caused great excitement and confusion.
Many ladies left their carriages and
had their costumes ruined by mud nnd
water. Among those at nolle in tho
building at tho time of the explosion
were a number of women, several of
whom fainted, but all were removed
without t.erious injury. The loss by
The rhnplre State Republicans Declare
for ior Morton for 1'reshlciit.
Nbw Yokic, March 25. Tho republi
cans of the Empire state Monday pro
nounced emphatically in favor of Gov.'
Levi P. Morton as their first and only
choice for president of tho United
States. Hy a vote in tho ra
tio, of slv to one, they
voted down an attempt to secure a dec
laration in favor of McKinley for sec
ond choice, and if the friends of any
other candidate should liavo attempted
to secure recognition for him it is cer
tain that lie uould have fared no bet
ter. The state convention held in this city
Tuesda3 was from beginning to end an
enthusiastic demonstration in favor of
New York's favorite son, and the ef
fort made in brhnlf of the Ohio btatcs
man only served to emphasize the una
nimity of tho party in favor of Mor
ton. A Coullngrntlon nt La Crosse.
La CnossE. Wis., March 25 Tho
worst conflagration in tho lumber dis
trict sinco 1887. broke out in tho yards
of tho Hohvay Lumber Co. Tuesday
forenoon. The loss is 875,000. Tho
greater portion of tho loss sustained
will be lumber owned principally by
the La Crosse Lumber Co The lumber
burned is estimated at from 3,000,000 to
4,000,000 feet. The insurance is esti
mated at about SO per cont.
Jupanese nnd Coreaus fighting.
Yokohama, Mareh 25. Fighting that
lasted for several days occurred be
tween Japanese troops and Coreans
near Fusan. The Coreans were re
pulsed. The Japanese warships have
been sent to Corea. The king remains
at the Russian legation at Seoul,
whither he recently fled after the crisis'
that resulted in the assassination of
several of the ministers.
Ileoiy Failure at Galveston.
Gai.vaston, Tex., March 25. Lato
Tuesday evening L. & H. Iilum, tho
largest wholesale' drygoods house in
the state, assigned, naming B. Adone,
a bankor, as assignee It is announced
that the liabitities amount to 82,000,
000, assets two and a half millions.
There are no preferred creditors. 'I)he
failuro was caused, it is said, by tho
Emperor and Kmpreis at Genoa.
Genoa, March 25. Emperor William
dnd Empress Victoria arrived hero
Tuesday evening. The duke of Genoa
nnd 'other high officials received them,
and their majesties were enthusiastical
ly acclaimed by the crowds that lined
their route. A meeting between tho
emperor and King Humbert has been
fixed to take place on April 13 at Ven
ice. ' The Reports Denied.
London, March 25. Tho Post Wed
nesday publishes a dispatch from Con
stantinople denying the reports of the
compulsory conversion of Armenians at
Birldjik. Many Armenians became
Swindled Duels Sam,
Birminohah, Ala.,Maroh 23. Robert
Charlson, ono of the government offi
cials who swindled Uncle iSam out of
8100,000 has been sentenced to three
years in prison.
Drrjrei llets 81,000.
Louisville, Ky., March 25. Mike
Dwyer Tuesday hot with the Turf Ex
change 81,000 at 3 'to 1 that his colt Ben
Brush will win the Kentuoky derby.
authored From All Parts of tho Country by
Robcct Anderson, vice president of
tho Merchants Bank of Canada, Is dead
The body of Thomas Hughes, tho au
thor, who died Suut.ay evening, was in
tcriedut llrighton Wednesday,
Western roads have agreed to make a
r.itu of ono faro for tho round trip for
tho national convention of tho repub
lican leaguo to bo held In Milwaukee
Tho will of the late .Tonus Golden
berg, of Chicago, "which wus probated
Tuesday, leatcs 5100,000 to his widow
only on condition that sho doos not
Mr. Quay (rep., Pa.) Wednesday in
troduced in tho senate, a bill nppioprl
nting $75,000 for tho pUrchuse of a sito
and tliti urqcMon of iaipu$UljUil(Rn nt
Washington, Pa. '
Lord Salisbury presided at a cabinet
council which met at tho foreign office
at 11 o'clock Wednesday. Gen. Lord
Wolseley, commandcr-lu-chlof of tho
army, was present.
The tepuhlican congressional con
vention of the Sixth Missouri district
Tuesday nominated R. E. Lewis, of
Henry county, for congxess and en
dorsed McKinley for presidont.
Tho republicans of tho Ninth Mis
souri distiict in convention Tuesday
icnominated Congressman Treloar
unanimously. McKinley and Webster
Davis were Indorsed for President and
Judge Woolson In the federal courtof
Council Bluffs, In., hns sentenced O. P.
Smith, of Woodbine, a confirmed boot
legger, to IS months in tho penitenti
ary and 8750 fine. The senTeiice is ono
of the heaviest ever passed in that
George A. Banker, tho well known
American bicyclist, a rumor of whoso
death was published in Paris on tho 22d"
and given wide circulation, is recover
ing rapidly from the attack of typhoid
fever, from which he is suffering. His
mind is perfectly clear.
Manager Lawson, of the Pottsvillo
club, of the Pennsylvania statu league,
has signed Johu Stiicker to play sec
ond base. Striekeris an old national
leaguo player, and in 1804 and 1S9 j he
was a member of the Piovidencc club
of the Eastern league.
M. C. McDonald, tho millionaire to
bacco manufacturer of Montreal, has
just donated half a million dollars to
McGill university for the purpose of
providing a building fojj tho study of
chemistry, mining and architecture.
This brings McDonald's, donation to
this university up to 52,000,000.
Wasuisoton, March 25 For West Vir
ginia Increasing cloudiness. Thursday rata;
Tor Ohio IncreasInB cloudiness -with ralo
Thursday: colder, high southwesterly winds
shirting to northwosterly.
For Kentucky Thursday ratn and colder;
southerly winds becoming northwesterly.
rorlndlana Partlycloudy Thursday i warm
er In southern portion, colder In northern por
tion, high soulhuust winds.
Ino Chambermaid's Tips.
A pleasing story is told by tho crown
prince of Germany, who, with his
brother, was recently with their tutor
at the hotel of the Chutes du Ithln.
When the tutor paid tho bill ho offered,
a money present to tho chambermaid,
who, however, refused the gift, point
ing to a notice that tips wero forbidden.
Tho tutor explained the situation to tho
eldest pupil, who thereupon went out
with his brother and bought a very
pretty brooch. This he gave to tho
maid, saying that, "as it was not money,
sho could not refuse it." As tho young'
princes were staying at tho hotel In
cognito tho maid did not know that
the donor of the brooch will nrnVinhlw
be emperor of Germany some day.
The Field of Lies.
The Field of Lies was tho battle
fought by Louis tho Good-Natured
nrrainst his three sons. Tim unf nrt.nnntn
monarch was deberted by his own army;
ne was iwice snut up in a cloister, twics
COmnelled to do nurilln ivnnnro itii
twice released to pacify the quarrels of
Sunol Bicycles '
Are as nearly perfect as it is pos
sible to build. They combine
etrength and UgJitnesa on tho pro
per proportions, The bearings are
perfect; the frames are rigid. We
have nad opportunities to inspect
all the leading bicycles. We have
chosen the Sunoi. as our leader
because we believe it to bo tho
We are anxious to sell you one.
Hagan & S.chad,
Opposite Union Depot,
229 Second street.
If you think' of buying an engine of
any size or knd send for our Catalog UK
No. 30, containing illustrations and
prices ol every kind of engine from 1 up
to 25 horso power, at bottom pricos, or
List No. 29 for yacht ongines, boilers
Und boat machinery., Either sent free.
CHAS. P. WlLAnO"& CO.!
197 Canal Street - - CH1CAQO
for tho coming season of 1800.
Wo are ready to receive orders for
Buggies, Surrfes, Buck-boards, TJight
Driving Wagons, etc., at bottom
prices. Special orders filled without
extra charges. Wo claim to soil tho
best buggy for tho money that is sold
in Marietta. No trouble to show goods
at 51G Fourth street
F. H. Dutton & Son.
One 17 ft. Antique Oak
Counter, also some
nice shelving to
match, good as new,
forsale cheap inquire
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
Tonsorial Art Palace.
Citizens Nat. Bank Building.
Finest outfit In the city.
Four chairs, and all conveniences.
Ladies' Hair-cutting and Shampooing a
CONRAD BAUM Proprietor.
A. J.' RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
Personal atlontlon given lo com
pounding of Proscriptions.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's. la unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Icea. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon Riven to serving parties
receptions, weddlnss or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFP,
J . . and from this on wo will
Q(iy f?ivo 10 engraved Call-
J inc Cards and nlnte for
from this on. No lady in Mariatto
need be without nice cards,
price now is as cheap as print
ed cards. Engraved cards nev
er go out of style. What was
gain in cards
is good style for
all time. You can
seenre this Dar
nf The Marietta Book Store,
177 Front Street,
not only to-doy but
in everything else vyo carry a fine line
diaries - IBlurae,
- v "
Choice Stock of Useful and Ornamental
Prompt and Personal Attention given
Store closes at 0 p. m, except Saturday, ,
J? Attorney at Law and Notary Public-,
.Offloe on Booond Btreot, opposite Union Depot.
J Abes uklfokd.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
itoom 8 Mills nioclc, Corner Putnam and
Soqond streets. Notary Public.
Looms w. n. x
Attorney at Law,
Oflloo Hast cor. Front and Patnara, Marietta.
f P. WAIlD,
J Kent Eat atohnd Loan Aunt,
Booond St., Ofip. Union Dopot. Marietta, O
Dll. C. Wt EDBVi
, Office No. S04 Front Street.
Opposite Soldlora' Monument. Roaldcneo No.
S18 1 earth Street. Telonhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. T. 1UUTX.
HAMILTON &. KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Dulldlnc, Cor. Putnam
and Second strnetn.
NYE ft FOLLKTT,
. Attorneys at Law,
Offlco In Law Unlldlng. Marietta, O.
WAVrEUiA: CURTIS, ,
Physicians and Surgeons.
(HOMatOFATHIC.) , .
Office and residence, on Second atroet, three
doors above tho COurt-honso, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W A.
M, D O. -D. S..Physiclau and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har
roar and Lancaster Sts.
SI, HATHA WAV,
. Attorney at Law,
Ovot Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam.
D. FOLLRTT now Law Offices, over
Citizens Hank. Entrance, Second St.
Attorney at Law,
Offlco In Law Building. Marietta, O,
Charles w. nicnAnna,
ir Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street, Marietta, O,
. Attorney at Law,
Office In Law Bulldlnir, Marietta, O.
RfT T TT WF-CO nTT A T3 A KYTCW
ACTUAL COST LEES THAN 81.25 FEB Gnl
J. W. DYSLE & CO..
Successors to "Tho Buell Drng Co."
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
128 Front Street, - Morlotta, Ohio.
A large assortment in stock.
Keys fitted by an expert lock
Successor to D. P. Adams.
J. L toW s
Livery, Feed and
COE. THIRD AND OHUROH STREET
Horsea kept by the Day, Week or Month.
Promct Attention Given to Fnnevals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
For the Holiday Trade
Fine Picture Frames
Of all lands. Tho finest line of
Mouldings 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.
Schneider 8b Sreuninger,
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
T. tu p. o. Ex. R. R, Excursion, to Co
lumbus account Padere'wsHI.
On Friday Mob. S7tb the Toledo & Ohio Cen
tral Extension It. U. will run an excursion to
Columbus at the low rate of J2.00 for the round
trip to accommodate persona wishing to hear
1'aderewakt the Greatest Living riaaiat, And
Jo give the people of Marietta and vicinity an
opportunity tq visit the Capitol .Uulldlngs,
1'eultentlary and other places of Interest in
the Capital City, Train will leave Marietta at
2:1$ p. m with 2 through coaches and ,1'arlor
Car, arriving In .Columbus at 7:15 p. m , in
ample time for the, Concert. Tickets will be
gjod returning up to and including Mch. 8 th,
eats in I'urlor car can be engag it in advance
by calling, upon ,0. M. Payne, Ticket Agent
union Depot or addressing U. O, Vincent, Q.
1 . A. "
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:40 a m, '11125 p in.
for St. Louis, iomo a m nus u m.
Por Louisville. lo:40 a m, 1U23 n m.
For Parkeraburg, 10:40 a m, :oo a m, liB5
For lieipre, 0;oj, iouo, 2.00, Htti 11:25.
p m, 7!C0 p m, lli!G p m.
ForChlllicothe,10:40 a m, 11:25 p m,t8:(0
For New York, 1:85 p m, Jlt25 p m.
Dally. HExcept Sunday.
For detail information regarding) rate,
tlmo on connecting lines, Bleeping, parlor cars,
Q. M. PATKB, Tioket Agent, B. &, O. B. W
By., Marietta,' O., or
. 1' JbX1inh' Assistant General Passenger
Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio. F
Cleveland & Marietta Rallwa)
r 7 24
- 2 40
Canal fovoi '
N Comoro town!.
Am p,t ,,
fuiuoy. .. . ,
Cay wood.. .
it w ,tfi&?JPnUy 0xcft snl!ry
E. W. PAGE, j, c, TAYLOB,
G. P. & T. A. Sunt. TTMS.
MARIETTA & GOLUMUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & Ohio Central Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect Dec. 8 1805.
ventral standard Tlmo.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
nrougn parlor car Sorvlqo Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
, NORTH BOUJTD.
No.l. No. 8. No. 11,
A.M. P.M. A.M.
LST8"wj,ca ToTTis "Til
Tunnel 920 2 81 4 82
X,niC.Cnt ' 9 40 2 62 6 25
9""0r 10 01 8 12 0 15
UUey jo 23 8 88 7 16,
' faharpsburg 10 85 8 45 7 25
ai Amoavllle 1059 3 61 7 40
ArrlvePalos nsa 4 22 8 86
, P.M. P. M
" Columbus 2 25 7 85
" Charleston, W.Va 1055
" Toledo 7 00
" Detroit 920
" Chicago 710
No.2.iIo,4, No 12.
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Loavo Columbus 725 2 50
I! Athens as i0 jj
?al08,:,V ' 10J0 S5 1150
" Amesvllle 10 49 6 05 12 27
S"tIer; 1125 0 88 6 85
., XiDCP1l " 0" 0 80
irrlvo Marietta 12 20 7 83 745
Trains run dally except Sunday. Close con
nections for aU points north and west.
For farther Information call on or address G
etta o' Tl0l:8 Agent Unlon DPOtrMart-
' ' . n " ,C VINCENT, G. P 4 T. A.
T. D. DALE. Eecolvor,
Vy. M. MOBSE. Superintendent.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
DaUy. Dally Except Sunday.'
South-bound. ) North-bound
18 6 EASTEUN TIMX 2 4 6
AM AM PM fh AM ,
7 00 11 45 l 00 Wheeling t2 05 8 4t 45
7 85 12 16 4 85 Moundsvllle 187 614 1013
8 40 112 5 87N. Martinsville 12 45 6 09 0 07
9 10 185 0 00 BlatersvlUo 12 25 410 8 48
10 25 2 50 7 26 Wllllamstown 1115 8 40 7 28
110026.800 jpirk,bgJ 1045 Bang
12 07 4 88 ilavenswood 9 40 145
110 6 87 Mason City 840 12 88
5 41 Clifton S85 12 84
140 ooo Pt. Pleasant 8 03 12 07
IVl 2,B? GaUlpolla 727 1185
8 21 8 (.6 Huntington 62010 25
W. J.BOBMfBoM.G. p. A Parkersoiu..
For rutes, information, etc., call on or al
ureas. Will aontAUBAon,
184 Front Street
ZANF1SVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME CABD IN EFFECT DEO. Snd. 1895.
Ax Columbus ,
A f Chicago....
j St Paul..i.
6 20 am
6 58 am
7 15 am
2 40 pm
8 18 p m
8 86 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
C 40 pm
18 is p m
7 20 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 25 am
9 oo pm
l 80 pm
Lv Chicago .......
" Columbus.,,.. .
" Lowell ;...
7 25 pm
10 25 n m
11 20 a m
7 40 am
8 60 am
9 12 am
9 48 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
2 66 pm
8 58 pm
4 58 pm
6 19 pm
6 55 pm
All Trains Dally except Sunday.
Noa. 70 and 72 inako close connections at
Zaneavllle with the B. A O. and Pan Handle
trains for Columbus, Chicago and the West.
J. HOPE 8UTOEBecelver. iaoJm
C. C. UABBISON. General PasaengerAjct '
GEO. SlnSCKKB. RHBY STDIOXIB
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, OH Tanks, Smoko Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers in the oil lleldu. We employ
none but the best mechanics in this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Offlceanfl.workspn West Side. '
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. ofep. Union Dopot
Neat Stylish iWprk. .Sutb!
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