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You Wait or
The Vice President May Receive
the Nomination for President.
That could come from this store. It
may bo a Dress, Waist, Parasol, Pan.
Silk, or ICtd. or-but wo could't RO on
enumerating tho stock,
What's to hinder you coming
Tho Probable Cost?
Don't be too sure that tho price you
have fixed In your mind isn't higher
than the one you 'will hayo to pay.
Prices have had a tremendous scaling
down of late.
Here are a Few of Them.
Silk Crepon 4So a yd. Silks for waists
at 19c, 35c, 43c and 03c.
KllkStrrned Challies at 19c a yard;
100 yards Spool Silk at, 7c.
Lawn, 4c and 5c a yd. Sun Umbrellas
at 50c, 75c, 9Sc, and $1.25
Gilt Belts at 15c, 10c, and 29c ; were
23c. 35c, and 50c.
Side Combs at 5c, 10c, and 15c a pair.
Seamless Dress Shields, 10c a pair.
White Aprons at ISc; lace collars at
Ladies' Hows, 15c, Bias Skirt Faclnff.
4c per yd.
Dress Satines, 10c a yd. Palm Leaf
Fans lc and 2c.
Regular Made Hose, at. 15c per pair,
Bleached Linen Toweling OMc yd.
LADIES' AND GENTS' SWEHTERS
FROM 25c TO ?2.00.
Working Shirts 19c, 25c and 35c.
4 Pairs Extra Good Socks for 25c.
Laundried Neffligee Shirts at
30c, and 49c.
The sales in this department are lar
ger every season. Cause, stock better
and prices lower. Some great Bar
gains now, in Men and Boy's Suits and
Pants kc Hats of all kinds at re
Rheumatism and Neuralgia Sufferers!
Qur Mr. II., while in New York City
recently, was fotunate in getting a
remedy for the instant relief and cure
oYMuscular, Sciatica and Inflamatory
Rheumatism. Many stubborn cases
have been treated and are on the entire
recovery. Call at our Drug Depart
ment for full particulars.
Mr. Stevenson Is Immensely Popular
in the Southern States.
It In Thought by Washington Democrats
That tho Nomination LtrsUctwonlllm
hihI Got. Holes A Soathom Mnn to
no Selected lor Vice President.
Chicago, June 5. A Washington spe
cial says, the fooling is growing here
among democrats that the nomination
lies between Boles and Stovensob.
It probably all depends on tho atti
tude of Illinois. Illinois has been
counted for Morrison heretofore The
rank and flic of the party are not op
posed to Stevenson, but thero is a tear
among some of the Illinois democratic
loaders, it is said, that he would not
recognize the political machine.
Throughout the south Stcvcnbon Is im
mensely popular. This ih especially true
in Kentucky, Florida, North Carolina
and Alubama. Kentucky will probably
take the lead in the convention for the
vice-president if she is given a compli
mentary vote to Blackburn. The ob
jection to Boies, in fuct the only weak
spot in his candidacy, is his compara
tively icLcnt utliliation with the repub
lican" pat ty.
The southern .democrats in congress
arc afraid of Boies' record in this re
card. Stevenson w ould easily be the
nominee over Boies, it is said, if his
own state would only formally present
his name. The indications aie that it
will not, but will support Boies in
stead. It is barely possible that a southern
man may be nominated by the demo
crats for vice president, but hardly
probable. The southern men them
selves seem to feel that thetimo has
not arrived when the democratic party
can safely venture to take a nomina
tion south of tho Mason and Dixon line.
Senator Daniel will be the most popu
lar candidate for vice president, but as
he is an cx-confederate he will
be proscribed. Senator Blackburn,
whose name will be presented
for the presidency is an ex-confederate,
and he, too, expects nothing more than
a complimentary. In fact, nil the
names mentioned in connection with
the presidential ticket, except Tillman,
are ex-confederates. Speaker Crisp is
doubly disqualified that is, constitu
tionally and politically. He was born
in Englnnd, nhich will prevent him
becoming a president "under the consti
tution, and he served in the confeder
ate army, which is a political disquali
fication', unwritten but equally as bind
ing in its effect.
100 Dozen Brooms from one of the
Largest Factories in the state. They
have to sell and the prices are the low
est ever made. Brooms for ISc; 40c
Brooms for U5c.
One G-Quart Tin Bucket, one 10-Quart
Bucket, one 11-Quart Tin Bucket and
one 14-Quart Bread Pan all for 45c
The Quaker Crimped
Crust Bread Pan.
ST. LOUIS CONVENTION.
As the Crimps so shall thy Slicing be.
It is with no small degree of pleasure
that we present to the public this new
device which makes itself felt immedi
ately, for the reason that it strikes di
rectly at the foundation of good living
and household economy. Everybody
knows that the first great requisite to
good living is good bread, and it is
therefore passing strange that for ages
there has been practically no improve
ment in this most necessary, essential
and indispensable article of diet Not
' even the painful cries of the hopeless
dyspeptic, agonizing under the baleful
influence of the sodden underdone
bread of the country, have been suffi
cient to start the inventive genius,
man. The physician and the inventor
of patent nostrums have seen their op
portunity and have plied the stomach
of man with worm-wood and gall in
their efforts to repair the wrong pro
duced by the consumptive of bad bread.
RELIEF AT LAST!
Relief has come at last in the inven
tion of the Quaker Crimped Crust Bread
Pan. It is not a novelty, but a thor
oughly reliable addition to the culinary
department of the household. It has
been thoroughly tested, and is now be
lag used extensively by all classes and
conditions of people. It has sprung
into popular favor with a suddenness
that but shows how great was the need
for such an article. We wish at this
time to point out a few of the advan
tages of the Quaker Crimped Crust over
the ordinary bread pans now in Ube,
and after so doing we shall leave It to
the consideration of the individual.
ADVANTAGES OF THE QUAKER
CRIMPED CRUST PANS OVER ALL
Taken for granted your flour is good,
that your yeast is fresh and potent,
and that you have observed all the
conditions necessary to the making of
a good sponge the great prime requis
ite in the baking of bread is an even
application of the heat which shall
produce a perfect Coagulation of the
albumen. The Quaker Crimped Crust
has the advantage of being round, andJ
receives ine neat irom an points at tno
same time. There can be no burning
on the top while the bottom remains
underdone and soggy, as in the old
square pan so common in use.
GREATER HEATING AND CRUST
The Quaker has more heating sur
face than any other pan. "It's in the
crimp! the many folds of which afford
a large surface for the even distribu
tion and application 'of the heat.
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
Snorils nndScrgeant-at-Arins Uurnes
Hard at Work.
St. Lon, June 5. The two busiest
men in St. Louis Thursday were Scr- L
gcunt-tit-Arms T. E. Byrnes, of the re
publican national convention, and Scr-gcant-at-Arms
II. L. Suouls, of the
national committee. Col. Swords has
completed every detail for the accom
modation of the national committee
men, who will I'irivo here Monday
next On the Wednesday following
their first formal meeting will be held,
when the roll of delegates will be made
up. This roll will not include contest
ants, as that matter will rest with the
Gen. .T. S. CUukson, of Iowa, will prob
ably be the only absentee, owing to ill
ness. Col. Swords was busily dictating let
ters to a stenographer when seen by a
representative of the United Press. On
tho lapel of his coat was a large Alli
son badge. Col. Swords hails from
Iowa, and has been and is still, an en
thusiastic Allison man.
Gathered 1'rom All Torts of tho Country
A national comtnlttco has bedn form
ed In Athens for the purpose of assist
ing the Cretans, who arc in rebellion
against tho rulo of the Turks.
Herman S. Sncider, aged 30. and
single, a bar-keeper, hanged himself to
a tree In Rinkol's grove, near St. Louis.
No cause is known for the suicide
Mrs. Amanda M. Bemmcr, a widow
committed suicide Thursday by shoot
ing, at tho home of her son In East St.
Louis. She was despondent from long
The Ynle university crew and tho
Amsterdam Rowing club aro tho Only
foreign entries in the race for the grand
challenge cup in tho Henley regatta
Which will take placo next month.
J. W. Klaw & Co , wholesale cloth
iers nt 010 nnd 021 North Ninth street,
St Louis, gave chattel deeds of trust
Thursday to Wm. H. Thompson as
trustee to secure notes aggregating
The Henry Bill Publishing Co., Nor
wich, Ct, which published James G.
Blaine's "Twenty Years in Congress,"
and Gail Hamilton's "Llfo of James G.
Blaine," has made an assignment. As
sets, S300; liabilities, 850,000.
Jacob Rich, president of the San Joso
Railway Co., which Is now In the hands
of the receiver, has filed a petition in
insolvency. His liabilities are between
$300,000 and S400,00 The principal
creditors arc at San Francisco.
Advices from Honolulu Thursday
state that President Dole has received
a peremptory demand from England to
allow Volney Ashford to land on Ha
waiian territory. Ashford and his
brother Clarence took an active part In
tho revolution of 1893 and were exiled.
At Grand Rapids, Mich., the twenty
second annual convention of charities
and corrections opened Thursday even
ing with COO delegates in attendance.
The convention opened with Harvey J.
Hollister, president of the Grand Rap
ids' charity organization, ns presiding
The board of trustees of McKendreo
College at Lebanon, 111., conferred the
degree of doctor of laws on Joseph B.
McCullagh, editor of the Globe-Democrat
of St. Louis. President Chamber
lain was unanimously re-elected and
Prof. W. C. Walton was elected vice
Fire Friday morning badly damaged
tho Boylston brewery, near Boylston
stntion, Jamaica Plain, Mass., causing
a loss of 575,000 and throwing about
seventy men out of employment. Tho
firo was confined to the brewing build
ing which Is only one-fourth of the en
tire plant. Tho loss is fully covered by
Tho festivities attending the Hunga
rian millenial celebration, the Inau
gural ceremony of which began on May
2 were resumed Friday. The principal
feature of the ceremonies was the pub
lie exhibition of the emblems of roy
alty. The weather was perfect and
the streets of Buda Pesth were thronged
Willie If thero was a war in South
Africa you would go, wouldn't you?
Cholly No, Willie, I don't think I
would. Why do you ask?
Willie 'Cause I heard Sister Annio
say the other day that you was a bore.
N. Y. World.
Fine Picture Frames
Of till kinds. Tho finest .line ol
Mouldings find 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 & Breuninger,
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
In Siberia tho Russian greyhound is
used for tracking fugitives.
Tho greyhound appears on tho oldest
In Ireland there are four packs of
staghounds.wlth 100 couples.
There are 20,000 hounds in Great
Britain used for hunting purposes.
In England there are 12 licensed packs
of staghoundsha'ving 205 couples.
The queen's pack of staghounds Is tho
largest in Englund.hnUng 40 couples.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
Bran, Nickel Pitted and Burn
GRANTING PERMISSION TO THE OHIO
TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. TO
ERECT AND M A INTAIN ITS LINES UPON
THE STREETS, ALLEYS AND BRIDGES
OrTHECITYOK MARIETTA, WARHING
TON COUNTY, OHIO, UPON THE TERMS
AND CONDITIONS THEREIN STATED.
Sfcciiosr 1. Be It ordained by the Council of
the City of Marietta, ohm, that The umo ieie
phone & Talegraph Co Its successors and as
alcns. be and the same Is hereby granted, per
mission to erect, operate and maintain Its lines
upon, along, ovtr add under the streets, alleys
and bridges of said City upon the terms and
conditions herelniif ter stated.
fa tcilON 2. All poles shall be erected and lo
cated under the supervision of the Committee
on streets and Alleys, shall be neatly snaven,
kept ivell painted, shall be at least thlrty-flve
feet high and shall be so erected as not to ln
terefere with the public use and travel of said
strpnts and Alleys, and the lowest wires on
said poles shall not be less than twenty-five
(23) feet above the ground, and no poles shall
be placed on Front Street below Putnam
htreet . , , . V
tEcnoN3 After the erection of said poles
and futures, said I ompany shall restore the
streets, gntters, curbs and side-walks, to the
condition In which It found them before said
erection And upon the fal'ure of tho Com
pany so to do, said City may after twenty izuj
uavs notice tosaiu isuiuikiuy u v.rjiiuK, ic
A beautiful, thoroughly made and
C finely finished Bicycle Lamp, jolt and
C cyclone proof.
5 Sent to anr port of the oevBbrfezpnn prepaid)
C en receipt of price, 8 M. (Maybe you can bvj It '
W vi fvur lecu ucuer lor uius leu os& aiai.j
f rue di nfic jl teddv Men on
2 247 Centra St., Now York. " '
i. L iaY
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND OHUtfGH STREET
Horses' kept by the Day, Week or Month,
Prompt Attention Given to Funerals.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
WAXiTER dc CUnXSS,
Physlolans and Surgeons.
doors above the Conrt-houie, Marietta, Ohio.
Examine Vour Coal Ashes.
CiiEYr.KNE, Wyo., June 5. The own
ers of the Cambria coal fields have just
discovered that the coal that thoy have
been belling1 at Si per ton, carries S3 to
SS gold per ton.
Washington, June 5. Kentucky Fair Sat
urday; boutherly winds
West Virginia Saturday probably fain
warmer In tho eastern portion Friday nlghti
Ohio Partly cloudy weather Saturday;
Indiana Partly cloudy Saturday, with
probably thunder showers In northern por
tion, fresh southerly winds.
Commit Horrible Crimea In tho I'rotlnre
of Santiago do Cuba.
Havana, June S, via Key West, Fla.,
June 5. Information of a horriblo
crime committed on a Cuban woman
and two girls of eight years 03 Spanish
Eoldierb near the town of Arroyagucrra,
province of Santiago de Cuba, has just
been received in this city. The woman
and chiltlien weie ravished by the sol
diers, then killed and burned to hide
Near the btime village a company of
Spanish soldiers met five Negroes with
a cart load of fruit. They were ordered
to dismount and, were immediately bay
oneted and left in the road.
At Minos dc Firmesa a party of ten
men and boys were held Up by a Span
ish soldier, and after subjecting them
to all sorts of indignities they were
strung up, some by the waist, others
by the arms, and shot After several
hours they were discovered. Some
time later they were cut down.
St. Louis Newsboy Killed.
St. Louis, Juno 5. Geo. Dicks, a
nine-year-old newsboy, who lived with
hia parents at 3152 Brantner Place, was
selling papers on a Northern Central
electric car going west on North Mar
ket street, near Spring( avenue, Thurs
day. The train struck' a curve, throw
ing him to the street. He fell In such
a. position that the wheels of the trailer
passed over his body, fie lived but a
Killed by tlicyCurs.
St. Louis,, Juno 5. Frank Breen, a
00-year-old' laborer who lived near the1
river Des 1'cres, was instantly killed by
Missouri Pacific train No. 5, west
bound, near Ecoff avenue Thursday.
He was crossing tho track and did not
see the approaching train. Charles
Dees, a tinner, was run down by a rail
way train near the southern city limits
Thursday evening and ijitantly killed.
Sate at Gray Gablo.
Buzzard's Bay, June 5, Mrs. Cleve
land. Ruth, Esther and Marion Cleve
land, with nurse and maid, arrived at
Gray Gables soon after 0 o'clock Thurs
day evening, having left Washington
Cincinnati, June 5.
noun Spring patent, S3.603165; spring
fancy, 83.15SJ3.30: spring family, $2.0032.85;
winter patent. J3.COS3.85: fancy, J3. 153.40.
family, 2. 500285; extra, 82.155240, low grodo
H7b'a00, rye, northwestern, 82. 4532 CO, do
city. SI 6a
Wheat Sales: No. 2 red. traclt. 63c.
Corn Sales: No. 2 white, track, 20Jic; white
shelled, track, 25c.
Oats Requirements and offerings owere
alike limited. Sales: None. ,
Ilocs Select butchers, 83.22Ka3.2S; fair to
cood packers, 83.20Q3.23; fair to cood Hint,
83.253 40, common and roughs, HS0Q3. 15.
Cattle Fair to cood shippers', I3,25a00;
choice, 81C034 10; good to choice butchers',
I3.eO33.S0; extra, 8110; fair to medium butch
ers', 83.15ft3.50, common, 8J.5O&S.0O.
SHEEP AND LAMB3 Sheep: Extras, 83.B5
2.50; cood to choice, 83.00&3.25; common to
fair, 82.00S2.73; earllnBS, 83.003125. Sprlns
Lamt3: Extras, 85.7530.00; cood to choice,
85,0035 65: common to fair, 83.003175.
Veal Calves Fair to cood Ucht, 81003
4.50, extra. 8175; common and larce, 83.003400.
Wool Unwashed, fine merino, 0310c per
lb; quarter-blood clothing, 12313c; medium
delaine and clothing, 12313c; braid, UGUc:
medium combine. 13C14C Washed, Que
merino, X to XX, l.'c: medium clothing, wa
15c; delaine fleece. H3I5c; lone combine, 1
lCc; quarter-blood and low, 12313c; common
New York, June 6.
WnEAT No. 2 red July, eK3GS tl-16c; Sep
tember. 61SSeSc; December. .68?i387 5-16c
Corn No. 2 July, 34 fie; September, 35 0-103
S5yc; October. S6Hc; No. 2, 33iS36jc
Oats July, 23Jic bid; western, 23328tfc
Toledo, O., June &
Wheat No. 2 red. cash, 6JXc; July. OJJic:
Augustg62c; September, 62Kc; No. 3 red, cash,
Corn No. 2 mixed, July. 28Jic; No. 2, yellow,
cash. 2SKc; No. 3 do, mixed, 2Sc
Oats No. 2 mixed, July, 10c.
Chicago. June 1
Calls on July wheat opened at 59fic, sold
between 58SGJSHC last prlco tSfJc. Puts
opened at 57c, sold at 5Sfi3557a'c, last pries
Calls oa July corn opened at 28Kc sold
at S9Jic. last price 28Kc, ruts opened at 28Mc,
last price 28H328)c. .
Pittsburgh, June 1
Cattle Extra, H303135; prime, 81203130;
good, 1 103120;- common, 83.2533.50, calves,
Ilocs Prlmo light, 816033.55; best medium,
83.4533.50; common to fair Yorkers, 83.4033.45;
heavy hoss, 832033.25.
Sheep and Lamds Prime, 8100GH0; good,
83.003100: fair, 83.4033.70; common, 83.753225;
culls,. 81.003200, choice parting!, 'It 5035. 00;
common to good yearlings, 83503150, spring
BcrrALo, June 4.
Cattle Few on sale; mixed stock sold
SnEEF and IiAtms Demand active at gen
orally unchanged values.
Hogs Light Yorkers, J3.47US3.50, me
diums, 83.4533.47K: mixed packing light, 8140
33.50; mediums, 8135; heavy, 83.30; pigs, 8140
1 iNDiANAroLis, June 1
Cattle Quotably unchanged.
Bocs Good to choice medium and heavy,
81 2033 25; mixed and heavy. 83.1033 2a
Tialr such nnrtlon of the side-walk, cutters and
curbs, as may have been so disturbed by said
Company and collect by action of law from
said company me cost auu ejkpeuHo mtrreui.
In case said Company's lines shall Interfere
with mv miblle lmnrovement. said Company
hhtll, upon due notice thereof in writing from
Council, remove Its lines at its own expense to
a location to bo desliniatcd by the Committee
on streets and Alleys, provided that said Com
mittee shall direct no greater change than
such as Is necessary to make said lines con
foim with such Improvement,
action 4 Said Company bhall save said
Uty free and harmless from all damages,
caused by the construction or negligent main
tedance of Its Llnesand shall be liable for all
Injuries to public or private- property of any
t-ECTiON 5, In consideration of the rights
and privileges granted herein said Company
bhall furnish free of cost to said City, space
for Its Fire Alarm and ronce Teiegrapn v jres,
uwra all poles vhlcb are erected pursuant to
Section (1 All rights granted herein are
expressly granted subject to all ordinances
and regulations now In force, or that may
heieafter be passed by Council, relating to the
use of Streets and Alleys and other public
places by Telephone ana Teiegrapn com
panies. t-ECTiON 7. This Ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after tho earliest
pel iod allowed by law
Passed June 2nd, 1890.
S. J. HATHAWAY,
President of City Council.
Attest: Carl Decker, City Clerk.
Now Is the Time
To have your thresher, engine and
,boiler over-hariledand repaired.
We are into that.usiness as well
as any other kind of machine re
pair work, and can do you good
work prompt and at reasonable
prices. Try us !
Stanley', w. a.
M. D., 0. D. S.. Physician and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts.
CHABLE8 W. BICHARDS, '
Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street,
X Attorney at Law,
Orllco In Law Building,
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
JABEZ BE WORD,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room S Mills Block, Corner Putnam
Second streets. Notary Public.
.Tf OOMIS W. B.
JU Attornoy at Law,
Office East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta.
Third and Butler Sts.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Iceo. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular arid personal at,
tentlon given to serving parties
receptions, weddlnss or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
J P. WARD,
1 Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
1 M2. C. W. EDDY. . "
U Office No. 304 Front Street,
monument, uesiaence so,
Opposite Soldiers' Monument.
51G Fourth Street
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. T. KOATt
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, I M11U Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLET1,
Attorneys ot !,&,
Office In Law Building.
White Mountain Freezer.
1Sgfeig cream fa$
1 BUGGIES I
V, To make room for an- r
i jfJ other carload to arrive hj
I H In ten days jvo will sell k
S got a liberal discount. K
M S Now is your chance. H
i p F. H. Dutton & Son.,
d CD 515 Fourth street. Q
Attorney at Law,
Office in Law Building, Marietta, O.
Q J. HATHAIVAV,
Ovei Leader Office.
Attornuv at Law.
Cor. Front and Putnam
D. FOLLETT new Law Offices, oyer
Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St,
TTNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
L I Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans. ,
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
, Sizes I Qt. to 25 Qts. inclusive.
As features of especial merit, we claim:
A strong, waterproof tub, bound with
heavy, galvanized Iron hoops that fully
protect the 'tub and do not fall off; tho
gearing completely covered, so that
notnintr can uei Detween ine coirs. uub
full size and made of the very best
quality of charcoal tin plate; beaters of
malleable iron and tinned: all castings
attached to the tub nicely galyanlzed
to prevent rusting. It is the only
Freezer In the world having tho cele
brated duplex dasher, with double self
adjusting wopd scraping bar, by the
use of which cream can be frozen in
less than one-half the time, yet finer
and smoother than can possibly be pro
duced In any other Freezer now in use.
Positively the best reezer in tne worm
Cream can be frozen in 4 minutes in the
"Imprqyed" White Mountain,
HAGAN & SCHAD,
329 Second St., Marietta, Oh'o
.j - - '
A Full Line in Stock at
Republican National Convention at
St. Louis June 16th, 1896.
The T. & O. C. Extension R. R. will sell
tickets tor this occasion, one fare for the round
trip, (limit announced later.; This route Is
the shortest between Marietta and St. Louis,
with the follow lng schedule of time: Leaving
Marietta 8:uo a. m., arrive at Columbus 2.25 p.
m.; leave Columbus via Pennsylvania Lines
8; 00 p. m.. arrive St. Louis 7:00 a. m.
Parlor Car to Columbus and Pullman Draw
ing Room and Sleeping Cars, Columbus to St.
Pittsburg Cincinnati Line or Steamers,
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons: goingdown,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
Jas, A, Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information write or call on Jas.
B. HalghtPassenger Agt , Np. 251 Frontstreet,
Marletta.TOhlo. Phone Jo. 81.
The Toledo & Ohio Central Ext. R.fi.
Is strictly In line for the Nominating Conven
tions at St. Louis June 10th, and Chtcagp July
7th. One fare for the round trip with limit of
former June l!tb to 21st, the lattor July Srd to
to 12th Inclusive.
ThesT, & O, C. E. K. R. will run a special ex
cursion train to this beautiful resort, leaving
Marietta at 8:10 a. m. Sunday, June nth. Re
turning train will leave Lakeside at 0:co p, in.
Fare for round trip, 11.25. The Ideal picnic
grounds of Ohio: Good Fishing, Bathing,
Boating, Merry-go-round, 'Dancing Pavilion
etc. Tor particulars see posters.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Nest door to First Nat'l Bank,
ERQ1JT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
For Central Board N. A. Saengerbund June
bth and bth, via the U. & M. Ry., good return
ing until June 13th at one fare for the round
, St. Louis Excursions.
For Republican National Convention June
12th, 13tli, llth, and 15th via the (J. & M. Ry..
good returning until June 21st or longer, If
tne convention lasts longer, at rate 01 ono tare
for the round trip. Call on C. & M. Ry. ticket
Agents for time of trains etc.
For nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Imperial
Council, June 2.2nd via the C. &. M. Ry good
for reture until June 25th at rate of one fare
for the round trip. Call on C. & M. Ry. ticket
agents for full particulars. ,
Half Rates to Plttsburq.
The D. & O. S. W. Ry. will on June 6th, 7th
-and 8tb, sell tickets to Pittsburg, at the low
rate of one fare for the round trip, good re
turning until Juno 13th.
GEO. STItECKZn. HKNnV STBECKKH
GEO. STRECKER & GO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repali lng Boilers in the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
(Jive us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
For stand privileges at Fair Grounds where
the big plcnlo will be held, July 1, address J, O.
Smith, Charles St , Marietta, O , or K. II.
Wagner. Wllllamstown. W. Va. Refreshment
stand privilege reserved.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot .'
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
, FAIRVIEW .HEIGHTS.
Stehle'a Addition: 25 acres platted. Easy of
access by Trolley or otherwise. Lots 10 by 110
feet : Streets bO feet wide. Call at room 5, Law
Building: see plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal In Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 minutes'
walk from the business part of the City. Also
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Room 5, Law Building.
J. D.Payne, Special Agent,
R. Sieiile. Marietta, O,.
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A Rare Opportunity.
The College residence, property, on Fifth
:reet. ODnoslte. Mound L'emeterv. is ottered for
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eme oy naraa stone as agents, lor
time only. The location Is one of choicest in
the city, Size of lot 120x120 feet. Terms made
ay 2 if.
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