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It leads airectly to our doors. Throngs
of buyers traverse it day by day.
Shows that we are strenRthoniiiff the
friendly business relations between the
store and the public, without which
there can bo no success. Want you to
keep coming; want you to toll your
friends and neighbors about the store;
vto want to servo them as faithfully as
wo are serving you. Confidence once
established the rest is easy.
See the Special Prices
le Make This
That thin goods for a cool dress you
will need it this hot weather. Fast
colored Lawns 3c, -lc, and fie a yAfd.
Best Prints SK and 44e a yard.
Persian Organdie at 12Kc.
Dimities at 0c.
All Wool Albatross, 40 inch wide, at
Wool Crepons at ISc a yard, cream,
blue, green, pink.
Chameleon Moire at 10c. Pretty nov
elties. Ladies' Wrappers, fine patterns, nice
ly made, full sizes, at S1.4S.
Duck oyerskirts, fast color, pretty
patterns, full made, at Site.
r White Kid Gloves, and White Silk
Mits, at better prices than sold any
where. The newest in Fans at 33c, lsc
(iOc, and OSc, a bargain.
Rain and Sun Umbrellas at oOc, 0'.)c,
SOe. OSc, to $2.-25.
We sell all the fiOc Men's Working
Shirts for 35c.
Men's Suits at the Lowest Prices
made anywhere. This is the time to
buy everything a bargain.
Zephyr Dress Ginghams at (ijf c, and
8Kc a yard.
Popular Goods from Our Notion
Shirt Waist Sets at Sc, Sc, 10c to '25c.
lielts of the newest patterns at 10c,
15c, 20c and 2'Jc. Our 20c belts were 4Sc.
A nice plated finger ring for lOeand 15c
Pins lc, 2c, and Sc a paper, Why pay
5c and 10c. Needles 3c a paper.
Paper, envelopes, and tablets at 3c,
5c, and 10c for fine goods.
Some Special Prices on Wall Paper
this week. We make the lowest prices
ever heard of, and ask an inspection of
An unusul sale on Mattings, Oil Cloth
and carpts. Some prices to close out
QUBEN'SWAKE at the lowest prices
made. New stock in this week. Some
more of those toilet sets at tl.QS, $2.25,
Si IS. They are a great bargain. Tea
sets, Dinner sots, and odd pieces a Way
down in price.
Odd' pieces of (Quadruple Silverware
such as Tea Pots, Sugar Howls, Cream
ers, Spoonholders, and Cake and Fruit
Baskets, 81.75 each, regluar $3, and S4.
Roger plated knives, forks, and spoons
at spcciul prices this week.
Tin Fruit Cans at 29e a dozen.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT IS A
HUMMER. EASY TO EXPLAIN:
The best goods for tho least money
makes things go. Rolston Health
Club Food, the best and healthiest on
ehrth. We carry a stock of them. Tho
Quaker Corrugated Bread Pans are a
go. The easiest and best to work with.
Only a few more pounds of that line
tea at 30c a pound, with a good broom
Always come to us for tho Lowest
Prices and get them at
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
THE CORN CROP
Is in Excellent Condition in Kan
sas and Southern States.
Much Rain in the Missouri and
Mississippi Valley States.
Wheat Harvest Commenced In Western
Kentucky Crop In Indiana Improved
by Itnltm Light X'roits In Ohio DM
No Diimngo Wheat I'alrly Well.
Chicago, June 10. The reports as to
tho condition of crops throughout tho
country, and tho general effect of the
weather on the growth, cultivation
and harvest of the same, were Tuesday
made by tho directors of tho several
climate and crop sections. The reports
received at Chicago wore as follows:
While the w cck has been generally
favorablc.too much rain in the states of
the Mississippi and Missouri valleys
and portions of the gulf and Atlantic
states has interfered ith cultivation
and there is much complaint of crops
being grassy. Indiana reports corn in
excellent condition nnil the crop made
good progress in Kansas, Arkansas and
generally throughout the southern
states. In Illinois, Iowa, Missouri,
Kansas, Kentucky and Tennessee too
much rain has interfered w Ith cultiva
tion, while in Texas it has been seri
ously injured by drought. Winter
wheat harvest is now in progress in
Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Vir
ginia. In Ohio no improvement has
been noted, while in southwestern
Kansas it has been badly damaged' by
hot winds and drought.
Kentucky First half of the week
was cool and clouds with local rains
well distributed. Week closed w arm
and sunny. Corn fields becoming
weedy, the soil being too wet for plow
ing of same. Wheat harvest has begun
in western counties. Tobacco looking
finely, except some damaged in low
lands. Pastures, meadows and oats
Indinna Warm sunny weather and
good rains improved all crops. Wheat,
barley, rye, clover and hay cutting
commenced. Corn, oats and potatoes
arc in excellent condition, growing
rapidly. Tobacco plants are being set
out. The army worm is doing injury.
Ohio Mostly vt arm and showery but
cool nights first part of week with
light frosts which did no damage.
Vegetation made satisfactory progress.
Heavy local rains in some counties
washed cornfields. Wheat maturing
and heading fairly but no special im
provement. DEMOCRATIC DELEGAJES
rroin Al.isli.i to tho Democratic National
SKA.TTLi:,Wash., June 10. The steam
ship Willipa, which arrived Tuesday
from Alaska, brings the news that the
democratic territorial convention was
held at Juneau on June 1 lor the pur
pose of selecting six delegates to the
national democratic convention at Chi
cago. Tho following delegates and al
ternates were chosen: Delegates Louis
T. Williams, Charles D. Rodgeis, Rich
ard F. Lewis, James Cnrioll, R. D.Crit
tenden, George R. Tingle. Alternates
A. F. Daly, Carl Koehler, John Trum-1
bull, G. A. Hart, D. R. Murphy, L.
The following platform wai adopted:
Resolved, That the delegation from
Alaska to the democratic national con
vention, to be held at Chicago July 7,
1S90, be, and they are hereby instructed
to vote ps a unit in accordance with the
will of the majority on all questions
coming before the .said national con
vention. BALCONY FELL.
Tcrrllili) Accident at Ottnwn, Kan., During
a Circus I'anule.
Ottawa, Kas., June 10. A balcony,
crowded w ith people vt atching a circus
parade, gave way Tuesday, precipitat
ing some fifty or sixty people thirty
feet to the crowded sidewalk. Several
persons are thought to be fatalhy in
jured while some e twenty others are
beriously Injured. Many received
slight injuries. Main street was
crowded to overflowing with people
from the surrounding country to see
the circus and in their eager desire to
see it all crowded the balconies along
Main street after being warned of
Stentncr Golden 1'lei eu Sinks.
London. June 10. A citlilegiam re
ceived here from Jamaica states that
the steamer Golden Fleece (llritisli),
from New York for Kingston, before
reported ashore near Morant, jetti
soned a portion of her cargo, but thu
work of lightening was btopped when
she was found to be sinking. She had
18 feet of water in her hold Monday
night. She w ill be a total loss. None
of her crew was lost. The Golden
Fleece was formerly the steamer Lake
Nepigon. She was built In 1S75 at
Glasgow and was owned by the Argo
naut Steamship Co., limited, of Scot
land. She was 321 feet I inch long, 35
feet 3 inches beam and 25 feet '.) inches
Toronto, Ont., June 10. It was an
nounced Tuesday that K. Rrush Thomp
son, the Argonaut rowing club bcullcr,
has been compelled by business engage
ments to abandon his intended trip to
England and participation in the Hen
ley regctta. Much disappofci tine.it is
felt over the announcement, Mj Thomp
son has been rowing fast and there is
good reason to bollevo lie would have
given a good account of himself.
Held Cp anil Itobbeil.
Chicago, June 10. Four men Tues
day night held up the watchman of a
bakery on Lake street, n few doors
from Chicago's principal thoroughfare
State street and took about S1.000
from tho safe jvhlch he was guardfng.
Jules Hlmon'M Fuwera'.
Paiiip, June 10. A majority of tho
members of the chamber of deputies
have approved of a public funeral f6r
M. Jules Simon, the distinguished
statesman who died Monday morning.
Gathered From All Parts of the Country
John Carsey, a notorious thief, es
caped jail at Point Pleasant, W. Va.,
The treasury gold reserve at the
close of business Tuesday stood at
5100,310,434. The day's withdrawals
Tho people of Canton, 0., arc prepar
ing to receive thousauds of visitors
next week, following the nomination
of McKlnley, should lis be the favored
At 11 o'clock Wednesday morning tho
Grand Rapids and Indiana railroad
was sold to the Pennsylvania Railroad
Co. for 500, 000, subject to first arid sec
ond mortgago bonds.
Charles Frcidley, who, it is alleged,
attempted to secure $50 on a forged
note at tho Ritchie County bank, Ells
boro, W. Va., has been upprchended
and lodged in the Ilnrrisville jail.
The committee having the arrange
ments for tho meeting of the demo
cratic convention has been called to
meet at the Palmer house, Chicago, on
Saturday next, atlO o'clock, by Chair
The Thoenix powder mills, of Kom
igg, four miles west of Huntington,
W. Va., have been sold to a trust com
pany at Alton, 111. The mills have
been idle more than two years, and
will now be put in operation again.
The house committee on Indian af
fairs Tuesday favorably reported , to thu
house the bill confirming tho title of
mixed blood Indians to their lands and
giving the mixed booc)s all rights of
Indians of their respective tribc.
Thos. Thomas and his entire family,
six in' all, of Shelbyille, 111., will die
from the effects of eating ice cream in
which poison is believed to have been
placed by some one. The mysterious
case is being investigated with a view
to nrre.sting the suspected poisonei.
Hon. T. C." Piatt, Charles W. Hack
ctt, chairman of the republican state
committee; Congressman 11. IS. Odell,
and Louis F. Payne, left New York for
St. Louis Wednesday morning over tho
Haltimore and Ohio route. The party
expects to reach St. Louis Thursday
evening, and will put up at the South
ern At the fifty-eighth annual commence
ment of Monticello seminary, Alton,
111., Tuesday, the, principal, Mis.? II. N.
Ilaskel. announced the gift of 530,000
from Hon. W. H. Reid and wife, of
Chicago, for the new annex now in
course of construction; also a bequest
of 81,200 from the late singer, Emma
Washington, June in Par Ohio Thurs
day, fair; brisk northerly tt Inds
Tor West Virginia Thursday fair, northerly
Tor Kentucky Thursday fair, northerly
winds becoming cistorly.
For Indiana Thursday Increased cloudi
ness and warmer, northerly winds becoming
t INClNNAlt, Juno ia
Flour Spring patent. 3.C0SJ3.8'i: sprlnj
lancv. 3.10-3.:!0 sprins fatally. ?ieo2.85:
winter pitont, J3G0 .'.85. fancy. J115&3.40;
family, 5iD05Ji83; extra, fits 2.49, low grade,
41.75.; 00. rjc, northwestern, 5145&J.G0, do
Wheat No 2 red. nominal, at G5c
Cons Sales. Yellow ear, snitched, 29Jc.
Oats Sales: No 2 nhite, track, 2ic; No 2
mixed, track. CO;; do, 50K:c
IIocs Select shippers', ?3C0325. select
butchers, ?3 2033.25. fair to good packers',
53.16S3 10 fair to good light, j3.0:&3.35; com
mon and roughs, SJ.T53. 10.
Cattle Kair to good shippers, e3.C5BaSS;
choice, ilOOlJl 10: good to choice butchers,
93.f0sa8V fair to medium butchers, Saoojj
a-10 common, 8160C2.90
Sheep and Lamus Sheep: Extras, SaiOJJ
S.25; good to choice. ?S.65S00, common to
fair, 51. 752.1 BO. yearling's, common to extra,
SasVJJlOl Sprlns: Lambs: Extras, J5 C5IJ5.75:
good to choice, SI 7SB5.50. common to fair 3 0
Veal Calves Fair to good light, J3.73a
4 25: extra, 44 5001 75: common and large, 13.73
Wool Unwashed, fine merino. OJJIOj per
lb: quarter-blood clothing, Ii3l3c, medium
delaine and clothing, IiS13c; braid. IlQ.Wc:
medium combing. 13" 14c. Washed, lino
merino. X to XX, 12c: medium clothing. 14
15c, delaine fleece. l'Q15c: long combing, 13J3
lCc: quarter-blood and low. Ii7l3;; common
coarse, 11SJ12C. ,
New York, June 10.
Wheat No. 2 red. July, 61sJ63c: Sep
tember, CISClJjc: December. 05 7-16303)fc.
Corn No. -' July. .'.37tt33?ic: September,
3IEQ33C. No 2. S.J34!-fa
Oats Wesjern, 23jy8,Jci June, 22tfc, July,
Toledo. O , June 10.
Wheat No. 2 red cash and June. 04Hc;
July, CO'c: August, COHc: Soptember. CIc; No.
3 red cash, Civic.
Coiin No. 2 cash. 27c: July, 2SV4c
Chicago, Juno P.
Calls on July wheat opened at 62!iC. sold be
tween WiQOZ'ic, last price 00?Jc Patsopened
at &9JsaMKc. sold between H&Ji&W nml50e,
last prlco 59Hc.
CalU on July corn opened at Cf?:c, last
prlco 2SM& I'uts orcned at SS'jc. last prlco
Daltii:oue. June 0
Wheat No. 2 red spot and June, C3V4c:
July ar.d August, OCIrJc: fceptcmbcr,61c. south
Coitx Mixed spot and June. 32 i5Ci323ic: July,
E3233HC, steamer mixed. 3in!ltfc. southern
white and jollow corn. 34c
Oats No. 2 whito western. 2JQ2."!4c. No. 2
mixed western, 23'4;3J4c.
Chicago, June 0
Calls on July weeat opened at 59,c, sold at
59JJSJ5PV5C, last ptlco 53!4c. Puts opened at
57Kc, last price 30 'c.
Calls on September corn opened at 87,2290,
sold nt HHe. last prlco 28Kc bid. I'u'a opened
at287jC, sold ntlSlfGSSXo, last price i8'jc
Cattle Goal, 110Til20: fair, 3 50tt3 83;
common, glUOQaitO: rough fat, (51O0B3 63.
Hogs Prime light weights. sac0U3t!5; me
dlum weights. 13.1'JXV)', common to fair
Yorkprs,a5031C0; heavy, 5 3, 03133.
Sheep and LAMii3-Prlmc, faoosac3 good.
J3.40&3.09, common, :t032 0i. yearlings, 53 CO
125; lambs, 83.0&&5 00.
Veal CALVKs-iiOOSS 23.
Hcffalo, June a
Cattle Steady, no very good on sale: veali
In light supply; good to extra, S1704.25;
fancy, ?4 60.
Hogs Yorkers, generally, !170; mixed
packers. f355&3.60, heay grades, ai5lt0;
Sheep And Lambs Good to choice mixed
sheep, SI 25 a a 60; culls to fair, 91.253300;
yearlings, $160S4 2S: spring lambs, 815035 00,
for common to good extra, 13. 2533 60: ex
port sheep, mixed, 1 0713.75: export wethers,
Indianapolis. Ind., June t.
CATTLE Good to choice, 138334. 10, fair to
medium, $3.4S3, 63; common, tai6Q34a
noos Qood to choice medium and heavy,
g3.2S&3.35; mixed, I120O380;; common lights,
Sheep-Spring lambs sold at HOOCH 30, 0
A 'LESSON IN HISTORY.
Tho origin of tho spoon Is uncertain,
It must liave been Invented nt a cry
ancient date, for It Is found among peo
ple that have-never come into contact
A French medical paper prints, what
is bdllcved to bo the; oldest known med
ical recipe. It Is a tonic fov tho hair,
rnd itsdato la 4000 B. C. It was pre
pared for an Egyptian queen and re
quired dogs' paws and asses' hoofs to
be boiled with dates In oil.
Brass plates bearing appropriate in
scriptions now .mark tho sites of tho
pews in old Christ church, Philadel
phia, onco occupied by Betsy Ross,
maker of tho first American flag; Fran
cis ITopklnson and his son, Joseph IIop
kinson, author of tho national hymn,
"Hnil, Columbia," the Pcnn family,
Benjamin Franklin and George and
Since tho foundation of the English
royal academy in 1JG8, there have been
only ten presidents. There were Sir
Joshua Reynolds, appointed In 1708;
Benjamin West, in 1702? James Wyatt,
in 1S03; Benjamin West, in 1S06; Sir
Thomas Lawrence in 1820; Sir Martin
A. Shec, in 1830; Sir Charles Eastlakc,
in 1850; Sir Edwin Landseer, elected In
1SCG, but declined to serve; Sir Francis
Grant, elected in 16G0, and the late Lord
Lcighton, in 1878.
WILLIAM M'KIia.Er. JH.
78 11 .
Ohio's favorite son will, It Is claimed, re
ceive the largest vote on tho first ballot at
the republican national convention. Ho
was born at Nllcs. Trumbull county, O.,
January "9, 1S43. In June, 1SG1, he enlisted
In the Twenty-third Ohio volunteers as a
private; afterward he served as captain
on tho staff of ex-President Hayes arid
other generals. He was elected to con
gress In 1S7C, and served continually until
March, 1691. except part of his fourth term
when he was unseated by a democratic
houso lato In tho first session. While lr
congress ne servea on various lniijunuui.
committees, and achieved national fame as
chairman of the committee on ways and
means and tho originator of tho "McKlnley
tariff bill." In 1S91 he was elected governor
of Ohio by a plurality of 21.511; and in 1893
was reelected by a majority of S1.0CO. Gov.
JIcKlnley is Immensely popular with the
people of his state and has u strong follow
ing in other parts of the country.
WANING Or TI1K HONIJYMOON.
She I'm sorry to have to lcae you
Fred, in such a frame of mind, but I
had a previous engagement, you know.
lie It might have been as well if
you'd had n previous engagement be
fore we were married and kept it.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and 'Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
W II. Lkefeu, Executor
OfJ. C. DOEDERMKKH,
Uxecutor s Sale
Bv virtue oi au order of sale to me directed
from tho Probate Court of Washington Coun
ty, Ohio, I will oiler for bale at nubile auctlou.
at the front door of the Court House In said
Saturday, Juno 20th, 139a,
at 1 o'clock P M. of said day the following de
scribed pi etnlhes situate In Adams township,
u ashlnetou County, Ohio, and bounded and
described as follows, to-wlt:
Elglily-Hve (85) acres uoith end of 100 acre
lot number :a Cats creek allotment of dona
tion laud also thirteen (13) acres f land oft
the north ends of 78 acre-lots number u, 10 and
11 Cats Creel: allotment; also, seven (I) .acres
on the houth end of donation lot number S3
Cats Creek allotment. Survey being twenty
acres In two last mentioned tracts.
For more particular descrlmlon reference Is
made to deed from rrederlck Davis and wife,
to th heirs 01 T. u. Davis, aateu December
h, 1S5J and recorded ia Vol. 45, Pag03 sua and
P.U7 Records oi Deeds of Washlncton County,
Appraised at Ten Hundred and Tnenty-flve
Dollars U 02 ) subject to homestead and dower.
Terms of sale one-third cash, one-third in
one year and one third la two years. Deferred
payments to bear Interest and be secured by
mortgage, Wm. 11. Leepeii, Executor oi
. will oi J. O. Doeberelner,
EiAiNwoon, Smith & Leei-iii, Attys,
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Frederick J, liloomlngdale, de
ceased. The undersigned has been annotated and
qualified as Administrator bt tne estate of
ton county, Ohio, deceased, ,
Dated this 20th day of May, A. D-1SO0.
Wed, May V 8w
Fine Picture .Frames
Of all kinds. The finest line 0.1
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 ,& Breuninger,
25G Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
All Braji, Nlcltel Plated and Burnt
A beautiful, thoroughly mads, and '
finely finlihed Dlcycls Lamp, Jolt and
cyclone proof. '
V on receipt of pilco.StCO. (UaTbo you caA Lur It
0 at your local urolcr tor a little Ion 1 ukbla.)
THE PLACE & TERRY MFG. CO.
m i. ugii.ro 01, nan mm. .
nA 1 (...-A.. U. .- Id
Now Is the Time
To have your thresher, engine and
hoiler over-hauled and repaired.
We are into that business as well
as any other kind of machine re'
pair work, and can do you good
work prompt and at reasonable
prices. Try us !
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff'3 Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neaoolltan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon Riven to serving parties
receptions, weddlncs or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
3 - BUGGIES I
To make room for an- HJ 1
othfir ftarlmn tn nrri7A M
H in ten days wo will sell k.
Ai at a liberal discount, lm
-v. w H. . . v ,; ,v
Jo Now is your chance.
p F. H. Dutton & Son., g
u- 010 l1 our in sireei.
TT TIT) T T Tl
1 p j
A Full Line in Stock at
When You Paint
If you desire tbe very best results at the
least expense you will use our paints.
J. W. RYSLB & CO.,
Tbe Leading- Paint Houso ia South
MWitti WriiVik'tlltt riffTn-iif' .;?,& yAiahvM,- rf. Aiu-XBttiLf 11.
J. L km
Livery, fg'cl SAd
Sa. ft RfiftHIBB.
cor. third Aitfa ojitoitoii Street
HorHBBKeptbythelky, Veoli or fflontb,
Prompt Attention (liven to Fnnerals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains 10 an parts, oi tho city. Or
ders by tolophono will receive
prompt attention. '
MARIETTA - - OHIO
WA1TEB & OimxJSy, ,
umco ana ro3iaenee, 03 Socond street, three
doors abovo tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, Wl A.
M. D., C. D. S..Physiclan and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts,
C CHARLES W. KIOHARDo,
J Attoraorat Law,
Ofilco on Putnam street,
. Attorne at Law,
Place in Law Unlldlng, Mnrietia.O.
FJ. CUTTEEi '
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Office on Second Street, opposite Unloa Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
ffnn, Untie Tl,n1. r-, .. .
.iwiu tuitio uiutiL, uruer irutnam anu
Second streets. Notary Public.
Attorney at Law,
Qffloo East cor. Front and Putnam. Marietta.
J P. WAKD,
Ileal Estate and Loan Agent,
aecond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
D. O. W. EDDY.
Office- No. 304 Front Street.
618 I ourth S treet. Toleuhone connection i
JOHN A. HAMILTOK n. F. KKAlfT
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Bulldlns, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE b FOLLKTX,
Attorney ut Law,
omce In Law Bulldlnc Marietta, u.
. Attorney at Law,
Offlcj In Law Building, Marietta, fj.
. Attorney at Law.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
MD. FOLLEXT new Law Offices, over
. Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
NDERWOOD & LUDEY, '
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8. Marietta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans.
1 10 Front Street-, Marietta, Ohio,
Republican National Convontlon at
ai.kouisdune lath, 1896.
Thft TV X.: n. n Rv,.n.lnn T. t ,,, ..-,.
tickets for this occasion, one fare'for'theround
trip, (limit announced later., This route Is
with the following schedule of-tlme: Leaving
-- -. ...w ... uiwp .fc V.U1UU1UU3 z.Zd p.
m ; leave Columbus via Pennsylvania Llmis
a:oo p. m . arrive St. Louis 7:00 a. m.
Parlor Car to Columbus and Pullman Draw
ing Room and Sleeping Cars, Columbus to St.
St. Louis Excursions.
For Republican National Convention June
12th, isth, 11th, and 15th via the u. & M. Ry,
good roturnlng until June 21st or longer, if
the convention lasts longer, at .rate of one faro
for the round trip. Call on c. & M. Ry. ticket
Agents for time of trains etc.
For nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Imperial
Council, Juno 22nd via the 0. &:. 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.
n-h f x r ii u d n ..,, ..
., . . v ." " ""' taa a special ex
cursion train to this beautiful resort, leaving
turning train will leave Lakeside at 0:00 p. m.
Fare for round trip, 1 .25. The ideal picnic
grounds of Ohio: Good Fishing, Bathln?,
etc. For particulars see posters.
Reduced Rates, July Fourth,.
The Ohio River Railroad Company will sell
excursion tickets July 3rd. and 4th, betwern
all stations on its line at one fare for tte
.CM.,.! ...In. H.I.... ...... -.. ... v. 7
ii.i7 l ' buuu rciuruing until JUlf
on account of J. O. U A.M. National Cou i'
cii at uenver, coi June 16th 20th, the C. t
M. Ry. will sell tickets at rate of one fare pli 8
?2 00 for the round trip. Tickets will be so 1
only on June 12th and 13th, and good for r i
turn June 20th to 25th, subject to an extension
of limit to July 15th.
Oa account of Knights of St. John Encamp
ment at Dayton, Ohio, the C. & M. Ky. wi 1
sell excursion tickets on June 23rd and 2ith 1 1
one fare for the round trip, good returning
until June 20th. y
Oa account of Photographers Association it
America at Lake Chautauqua, N. Y the O t;
M. Ry. will sell tickets on June 22nd at oni
fare for the round trip, good for return Juno
2tith to 80th.
On account of Fourth of July Holiday the 0.
& M. Ry. will sell excursion tickets to all
points In C. P. c territory 200 miles or less
from starting point at one fare for the round
trip, good returning until July 6th.
On account of the Y. P. H, of C, E at Wash
ington, D. c, the U. & M. Ry. Cc. will sell est
curslon tickets on July 4th, Uth and"7th at oni
fare for the round trip, good returning until
July Uth and subject to an extension of limit
until July 3lst.
For further Information call on O. & M. Ry.
Ticket Agents or addrass E. W. Page, G. P, A.
Stehle's Addition: 25 acres platted. Easy of
access by Trolley or otherwise. Lots CO by If 0
feet: Streets so feet wide, Call at room 5, Law
flulldlng; see plat, learn prlcetf and terms. No
tqual In Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 minutes'
walk Irom the businessman of the City. Also
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Room 5. Law liullcllng.
J. D. Payne, Special Agent,
R. Steule, Marietta, O.
A Rare Opportunity. '
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, is offered for
sale by u ard & stone as agents, for a short
time only. The location is one of choicest in
the city, Size of lot 120x0 feet. Terms made
May 2 tf.
For starid privileges at Fair Grounds where
the big picnics will be held, July 4. address J. O,
Smith, Charles St., Marietta, O. or K. II.
Wagner, Wiuiatnstowu. W. Va. Refreshment!
stand privilege reserved,
Plttsburs Cincinnati Lino or Steamers,
Arrive al Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons; going down,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
Jas. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information write or call on Jas.
D. Haight, Passenger Agt No, 254 Front street,,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81,