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I study udverttsomonts and I know
where and when and how to purchase
the household supplies. My husband
used to laugh at uie for reading adver
tisements so carefully, but ho has long
since learned that I save many dollars
every month. 1 know of no hotter way
to practice economy. It is u wonder
how Boon you learn to detect the real
from the false intuitively almost. I
think I have never been "taken in" by
an advertisement This is the exper
ience, of a bright lady who has practiced
what wo preach from week to week in
our advertisements. Wo have the goods
at the very lowest prices inado any
where. How can you economize, save
money easier, than by getting yuor
supplies of all kinds below tho regular
Count that day lost
Whoso low descending sun
Views from thy hand
N6 worthy action done.
And we might supplement l!uy your
goods from the house that can. will and
does offer daily opportunites to save
something on every purchase, however
Here aro some of them small and
Pins and needlet, I, 12 ond ;c a paper.
Lead pencils, 2 for lc, 1. 2 and 3c each.
Envelones. 8. 4 and 5e a p.iclc of U3.
Note paper :;0, :J4, IS and 12 sheets for
25c. Garter web, te, 5c and be a yard.'
Books, 5, 10 and ldc, cloth bound. Gilt
bells at 13, 19 and 25c; were 25, 35 and
.10c. Rolled plate stick pins at 10 cts;
worth 25e. Notion stoclc very full of
staple every day articles at away down
A good quulity of summer corset at
89c; should be (15c.
A nice high bust coraet at 4'Jc; regul
ar pi ice &9e.
A line of celebrated Tlesibone corsets
'from SI. 50 to 52.75; equal to the very
best selling at $2 50 to $5 00.
Our shirt waist stock is still in good
shape w'th some nice goods of the lat
est patterns; very cheap.
Ribbons. Iu Persian and Dresden
patterns at surprising low prices; plain
ribbons at 1, 2. 5 and 10c a yd. We have
a laige assortment to choose from.
The wonder of the Times. Is a first
class up-to-date, newest st.v'es paper
patterns, for only 10c. Each' j, full
bull skirt, basque, or any garment for
Laces of all kinds, linen, vals, silk
and point ut 1, 2, 3 to 20c a yd; great
values. Never so cheap as now
A few piecos o mattings, good qual
ity and going cheap.
Closing our stock of Hammocks at a
A few lawn mowers to close cheap
Clothing department is humming
these dayfc. Prices are making them go.
Stock in good shape. Cvn buit you we
think, and save you money. See them.
Chinawaic andSilverwaie. Never so
cheap. Some beautiful patterns and
decoiatious. Every piece warranted as
represented. This week is the time to
tocuie choice of stock. We can interest
Gent's neckwear, collars, cults, socks
underwear, handkerchiefs, hats i caps
at our usual lowest prices.
A little oT the Rolston Health Club
Breakfast Fook is worth a ton of good
Before stai ting on your outing supply
yourself with toiletand other necessary
articles from our bargain prices.
Candies, nuts, cakes, crackers, potted
meats, canned goods, sardines, &c, for
picnics and outing parties at saying
you money prices.
Now York cream cheese, this week
at 12K e a lb
Western Ket,e'rve cream cheese at 10c
A fine quality of bulk roast coffee at
20c n lb.
Why pay 50c, T5c and 81 00 when wu
are rolling just as good quality at 25, 85
ahd 20c. Try ours and ba convinced of
lhe merit, we claim
jjrnbino, a line scouring soap, equal
ItMthe best, at 5c a cake, or C bars for
.Tugs, crocks, jars and milk pans Oe a
Trifles often disturb a man easier
than great events and one who can read
about a cyclone calmly at breakfast
may smusli tlie dishes if his coffee is
poor. Buy your coffee from us. We
can please you. Hundreds of bargains
every day that are not duplicated any
where else. Call and 6eo them at
169 Front St. Marietta- 0
On tho Delaware River During a
Tho Five Occupants of the Vessel Were
Thrown Into the Water.
Only Two Succeeded In Reaching tho
Stioro Iu Safety A Storm nt Asbury
l'nrlc Did Great Uamngo Along
the Const find Inland.
Gloucesten City, N. J., June 15.
Early Sunday morning during n severe
storm a row boat containing five per
sons capsized In the Delaware river off
hero and three of the occupants were
drowned The dead: Mrs. .Hannah
Kichtcr, Mrs. Kate McCue, John
Besides tho three drowned the
boat contained John McCiio and Win.
Ilichter, husbands of the two women.
Mrs. Ktchtcr sang in u concert hall
hqrc nnd her husband roued her night
ly ncross the river to their home in
Philadelphia. In some way the boat
containing the party overturned Sunday
morning and in tho swift current and
heavy sea that was on Brewer nnd the
woman could not hold on to tho boat
and were swept to their deaths. Ilich
ter and McCue, after u desperate strug
gle wcrf carried ashore on the up
turned boat. Ilichter nnd his wife
were only married last Tuesday.
Astiunv Park, N. .T., Juno 15. A
northeast storm of unusual severitj
started in about 10 o'clock Saturday
night, and before it had spent its fury
did tens of thousands of dollars' worth
of damage along tho coast and inland.
All night long the wind howled nnd
blew with the velocity of a hurricane.
Trees were uprooted and their branches
torn off, signs wcic wrecked, awnings
blown down and other damage sus
tained that littered the streets with
miscellaneous articles. The fishing in
terests suffered ti losscstimatcd at$40,
000. At Long Branch the principal dam
age was done to the iron pier. The
outor guard piling were all torn up and
washed on the beach.
Between Galilee and North Long
Branch many pound nets were com
pletely destroyed. This is tho largest
fishing Section nlon;,' tho coast. No
boats were run to the pier or tho docks
along the south shore of the Asbury
river on account of the storm.
Atlantic Highlands many small craft
were washed up on the beach and
Bright escaped with but little
loss. South of Asbury Park the dam
age V, as also light. 'At 3 o'clock Sim
tiny af tci noon the storm subsided.
ltclJrcsentsttltrR From Flnrlilt, Alnhimn
nnd South Carolina Wi hurt Mm McKinley
St. Louis, June 15. The- Heed men
were jubilant late Sunday night over
the results of a colored mass meeting
held Sunday afternoon, at which rep
resentatives fiom Florida, Alabama and
South Corolinu declared for Mr. Heed
and practically withdrew their names
from the McKinley column.
The meeting was called by Con
gressman Murray, of South Caro
lina, the only colored represent
ative in congress. About 200 colored
delegates and alternates attended, and
there was great enthusiasm when
Delegate Johnson, of Alabama, who
has been accounted a McKinley man,
spoke for Mr. Reed, as did Caleb Simms,
of New York, and Mr. J. Christopher.
The meeting was adjourned until
Another Uprising lu Crete.
Athens, June 15. Advices have been
received here that the Cretans in the
Rhetuna district have again risen
against tho Turks, with the result that
desperate fighting has ensued and n
large number of men on both sides
have been killed. It is reported that a
British warship has landed blue-jackets
and marines on the island of Crete
to protect tho Christians in the disturb
Tho Dr. Jameson Trial Knded.
London, Juno 15. Tho examination
of Dr. L. S. Jameson and his follow
officers in the Transvaal raid, which
was resumed in tho Bow streot police
court last ueek, was ended Monday
Dr. .Tnmeson, Sir John Willoughby,
Col. White, Maj White, C,ol. Gray nut!
Hon. Charles Coventry were committed
for ' trial nnd tho other defendants
His Rpnialnx Shipped to Springfield.
Washington, June IS. The remains,
of Rev. Wm. Fofurty, tho young priest
who died at tho Providence hospital
'Saturday night from the effects of in
juries received by falling from a win
dow at the Catholic university, have
doen bhlpped to his former home, at
Springfield, O., where they will bo in
terred. ruraker razors Morton.
Si. Louis, June 16. Senator-elect
I'oraker is in favor of the nomination
of iLovi P. Morton for vice president.
Sunday he saw Mr. Ilanna and- told
him his selection was tho logical thing
to do, and that every effort should bo
made to induce Morton to accept;
island Indorsed for I'rcslitaiit.
Snii'HENVii.LK, Tex., Juno 15. Tho
Erath county democratic convention
indorse 1 R. P. Bland for president.
Hogg, Reagan, J. W. Bailey and Sena
tor Chilton wore Indorsed for dele
gates-at-large to the national conven
Keed Will ltemaln In Washington.
Washington, Juno 15. Speaker
Reed has decided to remain in Wash'
ington this week at least. Tho proba
bilities aro that, with his wife and
daughter, he will go direct to Portland,
Me., when He leaves here.
Seven Armenians Hanged,
Constantinople, Juno 15. Tho po
lico Monday morning hanged seven
Armenians in different parts of Galata,
a suburb of this. city.
Gathered from All I'urU of tho Country
' by Telegraph.
Ex-Uov. Felch, of Michigan, is dead
at Ann Arbor.
The Popolo Romano n3scrts that tho
Italian budget surplus ntnoiints to tho
sum of 10,000,000 lire (S2,000,0u0.)
At South Bend, Ind.,. Adam Rasp,
just appointed administrator of his
dead father's estate, drowned himself
for some unknown cause.
It. It. Mooro, cashier of tho bank of
New Amsterdam, N. V., Monday after
noon shot tho president, George II.
Wyckoff, and then shot himself.
Prince Isenberg-Biersteln, who mar
ried Miss Lewis, an American heiress,
is being sued in n Berlin court for 100,
000 marks, by those who negotiated
the match between himself and Miss
Shop Palmer, a burly Negro, was
executed in tho city jail yard, Jackson,
Miss., for the brutal murder in Decem
ber last of Charlie Cordoll and wife, a
newly-married colored couple ' living
Deputy Sheriff Robert Short, of Lin
coln county, W. Va , while hunting,
let the hammer of his gun come in con
tact w ith a bush, and it was discharged,
the contents entering his. breast. Ho
is dangerously injured.
Thomas Antonio Foreiro Itibero, a
well-known Portuguese statesman and
literatour, died in Lisbon Sunday. Ho
was born at Pnrodti de Gonta, Julyl,
1M1. Ho was well-known In Portugal
as a poet and as a prose writer.
At Lima, O., Harry Conklin, a trolley
boy, run-out of the central transfer sta
tion to board a car, when a team
knocked him down. His right leg was
crushed and lacerated, and ho was in
jured intr-rnully. His recovery is
John Martin, a son of James Martin
of Carter's Bridge, in Albemarle coun
ty, Virginia, went out in the field after
Ids father's cows Saturday evening.
Three vicious bulldogs belonging to a
neighbor attacked him. Ho was liter
ally torn to pieces and died in a short
Among tho passengers who arrived
Monday at New York on the steamer
Vigikmeia, from Havana, wero Gen.
Ramond O Williams, formerly Uilited
States consul general to Havana, Mr.
Williams,. Dr. D. M. Burgess and the
United States medical inspector of tho
marine hospital service.
Tho steamer Bertha, from Bilboa,
for Middleborough, was sunkofE South
wold, L'ng., by collision with tho
steamer Claverlcy, and six of her crow
were drowned. The Claverlcy had her
port bow badly stove, but rescued tho
remainder of tho Bertha's crew and
landed tiiem at Gravcsend.
Washington, Juno It West Virginia
Thrcatonlnt' weather; showers and thunder-
1 storms Southeasterly winds
Ohio unsettled weather, with showers
Tuesday; fresh southerly winds.
Kentucky Tuesday showers, southerly
Indiana Partly cloudy Tuesday. Varlabla
winds mostly southerly. '
Cincinnati, Juno 15.
FLont Spring fancy, S3. I0S3. 35: spring
family, Si60'a2.65; spring patent, SIGOBIM;
winter patent, fiBSQAfO. fancy, S3.1oQ3i0:
family, 81502,S5; extra, 82 15! 40; low grade,
f 1,73(22 00; rye, northwestern, S!43Q,60. do
WnEAi There was very littlo for sale, and
rnlues woro nominally steady at G33C3HC for
No 2 red on track
CoitN Sales: No 2 yellow, track, 26c: yel
low ear, track, 80c: No. 2 white, track, 30c.
Oats Sales: No. 2 white, track, 21c, No 2
mixed, track, 19c
Hoes Select butchers, f3.302J 35, fair to
good packers, 53.i5S3.S0; fair to cood light,
53.'.03.35; common ond roughs, 52.00! 20.
Cattle rair to good shippers', S3.4034.00:
choice, J 4. 10. good to choice butchers', S3. 75-JJ
4 00. ertra, 84 10: fair to medium butchers'
S3 153X65, common, S150SS0O.
Sheep and Lamus Sheep Extras, S3.15JJ
3 35; good to choice, Si75jJ3 10: common to
fair, S1.75(ft2.C5. Spring lambs Extras. 5.050
5 80, good to choice, J5 00(2.5 CO. common to
Veal Calves Fair to good light, $1 25
175; extra, 55 CO, common and large, $100
Wool Unwashed One merino, 010c per lb;
quarter-blood clothing, 12013c; medium de
laine and clothing, 12313c: braid, 11213c: me
dium combing. 13.314c. Washed, lice merino
X to XX, !2c; medium clothing, 11315c; de
laine fleece. 14&15c: long combing, 15310c;
quarter-blood and low, 1213c. common coarse.
New York, Juno 15.
Wheat No 2 red, July, 02ia63 3-iec; .Au
gust, OJao:5Jc: September, 0.,,4.3C2',;c; De
cember, 01 7-10201 11-lOe.
Corn No. 2. 3J34c: July, 3lc.
Oats No 2 state, 25QSc; western, 23323c;
July, 22c bid.
Toledo, O . Juno 15.
WnEAT No. 2 red, cash. C2Kc. July, soyc;
August DO&c; Scptcrnter, COc; No 3 red, cash,
Coiis No. 2 mixed, cash, 27c: July, 2b',c.
Oats No. 2 mixed, cash. 18c; Julv, 18X&
Chicago, Juno U
Calls on July wheat opened at W'ie, sold at
577c, last price S'Hc 1'uts opened at OOJjc,
sold between &0?!g50lS and 55,Hc, Ian prico
Calls on September corn opened at 28io,
Inst pries 2f He- Put3 opened at iBc, sold at
2;'ia2S'ic, last price 28'c bid. ,
Haltimoiie. Juno 13.
Wheat No 2 red spot and Juno,C3KC63Uci
July, GiKQC'lKc: August. 6iH301Kc; Septem
ber, G2'c nskod; Southern, by sample, 635JG5C.
ConN Jllxed spot ana Juno, i.iiR.31Ho;-i
July, 3.B3.'yo. August, 3?c bid; . stoamer
mixed, 3K33IJ5C; southern white, 31235c; do
Oats No. 'i white westcrrj, 24v4ft25c; No. s
mixed do, 2iKE23c,
UTE No. 2, nearby, 33c: western, 40rjlie,
.Buffalo, Juno 12.
Cattle Prospects fair for good dry fed
ttock, slow for others: veals steady at $3,750
4 00. extra $125
Hoos Yorkers, (3.4JG3.&0; mixed packers,
J140S3. 45; mediums, 8140, heavy, J3 35S3.40;
pigs, 83 50.
Sheep aKij Lambs Good to choice sheep,
l!5(g.3.C0; culls to fair, 81.25CJ3.00; yearlings,
good, 83.t0Q4.25; spring lambs, 8I.75Q5.50.
Prrrsutmcn, I'a., Juno ia
Extra, 81302135; good, 8L10Q4 20, prime,
H25Q4 30; common, t3.00Q3.S0, calves, Si 00
Hogs Prlmo light Yorkers and pigs, 83.409
345; best mediums, 83.350.3.40; heavy, a 100
SnBEP Prime, 83.50aCO; good, 83.40(23.60;
fair, tl003.25; common, 8140G2.45; cults, 81.00
2,2,00, choice yearlings, 84.0051125; coiamou to
good yearlings, J300G175; spring lambs, 83.00
Indianapolis, Ina, Juno 11
Cattle usual quotations Saturday mar
ket Hoes Good to cnolco medium and heavy,
S3. 1033.33; mixed, 83.1CQ3.35; choice Hunts,
SnEp No quotable cha'nge In market Sat
EQUAL QIGHTSAND PRIVILEGES,
Tree Colmigo Would Unjustly PiUor Dllrot
for tlio ricnelll of n Tew.
Tho democratic EUitc. convention Of
South Carolina adopted a - platform
drawn by Senator 1'ltchfork Tillman
which declared that "A souud and jnst
system of finance Is the most potent
lnctor In a nntirfn's prosperity, and wc
demand the restoration of the money of
the constitution by ghing siher the
same rights and privileges fthen to
gold. We demand the free and unlim
ited coinage of silver at, n ratio of six
teen to one."
It Is true that the notion's prosperity
depends on n sound nnd just system of
'finance. It is also tiuo that silver
should receive tho samo rights nnd
prlvilcgca ghen to gold. Rut it is not
true that theso desirable- ends vt ould be
attained by free silver at sixteen to
one. On the contrary, thatschemo io
lates etery principle of sound and jus!
finance, nnd is directly opposed to tho
great Jqfforsoniup doctrine of equal
rights to all nnd special .privileges to
It would be a waste of time to show
that the free nnd unlimited coinage of
siher dollars, the commercial value of
vi hieh is only 51 cents, would be to give,
tho country a most unsound cttriency.
Nor is it needful to discuss tho justice
of n scheme for robbing creditors of nne
halfcof tho property they hae loaned.
Theso things are self-cidcnt. liutfov
the benefit of those persons who believe
that our curt enc3 laws favor gold by
giving it privileges denied to silver, It
is necessary to state just w hat the gov
ernment docs for the two metals.
In stamping 23.8 grains'of gold, 0.900
fine, "one dollar" tho United States
simply certifies to the weight and fine
ness of tho coin. The mint stamp docs
not fix the value of tho gold nor does it
add to it in nny way. Gold is coined at
its market or bullion value.
With siher the government is more
liberal. Oxer 422,000,000 siher dollars
hac been coined, in none of which is
the metal of which they aie composed
worth their face value. The United
States takes silver bullion now worth 03
cents per ounce and coins itinto dollars
at n ratio which Implies that it is worth
$1.20 perouuee. That such coins circu
late ut par is duo to the gov ernment's
declared policy of maintaining the par
ity of tho two metals, nearly one-half
of the nlue of the siher being thus fiat,
or depending on (he country's credit.
The siherites do not want cqunl
rights for the white and yellow metals,
but special privileges for siher. They
want free coinage at sixteen to one, so
that, instead of coining bih or at its com
mercial alue, which is nil that Is
done for gold; the government would
declare that 3T1 grains of pure silver
is worth ns much as 23.22 grains of
pure gold. Since the market ratio of
tho two metals is about. 740 grains of
silver to 2.1.22 of gold it can easily be
been that free coinage would be tho
rankest kind of favoritism to silver.
Instead of asking for equal privileges
the silver mine owners and their agents
arc trying to secure clns legislation
sucli as is given no other industry in the
WHV SHE WAS AFRAID.
Mother (on her daughter's marriago
day) Why are you so afraid of married
Daughter On account of the curtain
lectures; you know, mamma dear, I
hare no oratorical talent whatever.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
EMBOSS & HILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. SatU
I A. d. RICHARDS,
Nest door to First "Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Parsonal attention given to com
pouno'lng of Prescriptions.
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finest lino ol
Mouldings and Pictures in tho '
. city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin J
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. Wo always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & Breuninger,
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio,
All Brsis, Ntclrel Plated and Durno
A beautiful, thoroutrhlv made and C3
finely finUhed Bicycle Lamp, jolt end 3
cyclone proof, C3
Dftat to anr port of the
ftfcontmtiT(tTprn prepaid) S
?l.t0. (MayDo you can buy It W
or a llttls leu i ask hlci.) C?
O on rocolot of nrlee.
JO of jour local dcolAr
THE PtACE & TERnY MFC. CO..
g 247 Contre St., Now York. 2j
vi xo mane room tor an
U othlr p.nrlnnrl t nip!wr
p In ton days wu will sell
ftj at o liberal discount, pj
i P F. H.
, H. Dutton & Son., y &
515 Fourth street. rn k
JJ 010 Fourth street. rn
A Full Line in Stock at
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND OHUROH STREET
Horses kopt by tba Day, Wcok or Month.
Prompt Aitontlon Often to Funerals.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the tlty. Or
ders by telophono will receive
MARIETTA - OHIO
When Yon. Paint
If you desire the very best results at the
least expense you will use our paints.
J. W. DYSLE & CO.;
Tho Leading I'aint House in South
If you want plenty of
Good Pure Water
You can do no better than have us make
you a tile well. For further particulars
call on or address
17vt-- ....!?' zrr i
June IV, Swks.
WAr.TEII & OUttTJS,
Physlolann and Surgeons.
Offlco and rcslclcnco, on Second street, three
doors nbovo tho. Court-houso, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W A.
M. D.i o. D, sPhv8lcian and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. OOlce nnd realdonco corner Har
mar nnd Lancaster Sts.
C1IIAKLK3 W. BltiliAhWt
J Attorney at Law ,
Offlco on Putnam Street)
X . Attotnoj at I-aw,
Oiflcoln Law Bulldlmr,
AttOmor at UmW Mnri N'ntnt-c Pnhlfn.
offlco on Second Street, opposlto Union Depot.
Attorney and.Counselor at Law.
Koom 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
T ooMrs w. b.
JU ' Attorney at Law,
umco East cor. front and Putne
J P. WAHD,
1ai, fl-ntfc... ...... T . . .. . .
aucond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
K. O. V. KOJOV.
Orrice No. 304 Pront Stroat.
Upr09lto tfoldlero' Monument. Uealdenca No.
SIS iourtb Streot, Telephone connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON II. r. KIlArx
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Ofllce room,.l Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Serond streets.
NYE ft FOLLETT,
Attornoya at La,
Offlco lu Law Hulldlns. Marietta, O.
Attorney at Law,
Offloo in Law Building, - Marietta, (J.
H ATM AWAY,
Attornor n.t T.nu7.
Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
-1 ; :
l. FOLLKTT new Law Offices, 07cr
CltlzenB Bank. Entrauoe, Second St.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans.
F. FOREMAN, ,
110 Front Street,
If You Wish to
ENJOY A PLEASANT DAY
Take In the
Cheap Excursion to Zanesviile,
Sunday. Juno 2I.S100 Round Trip.
Republican National Convontlon'at
St. Louis Juno IGth, I80C.
The T. & O. C. Extension It. R. will sell
tickets for this occasion, one fare for the round
trip, (limit announced later.. This route 1b
the shortest between Marietta and St. Louis,
with tho following bchedulo of tlmo: Lea vine
Marietta 0:oo a. nt.. arrive at Columbus 2.25 n.
m.; leavo Columbus via Pennsylvania Lines
U:oo p. in., arrive St. Louis 7:00 a. m.
Parlor Car to Columbus and Pullman Draw
ing Room and Sleeping Cars, Columbus to St.
For nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Imperial
Council, Juno 22nd via the C. &. Jl! By., good
for roturo until June 25th at rate of one faro
for the round trip. Call on C. & M. Rr. ticket
agents for full particulars.
On account of J,o. U. A. M. National Conn-
cuatuenyer, uoi., Juno lbth-20th, tho O. &
??? ,u.u 8el1 tlckets at rate of ono fare plus
2 00 lor the round trip Tickets will be sold
only on June 12th and 13th, and- good for re
tuii? J,una2'ith to 25th, subject to an extension
of limit to July 15th.
On account of Knights or St. John Encamp
ment at Dayton, Ohio, the O. H IU. Ry. will
soil excursion tickets on June 23rd and 21th at
until Juno0nh8 rUml tr'P, Ba returnlne
On account of Photographers Association of
America at Lako Chautauqua, N, Y., the C &
M. Ry. will sell tickets, on Juno 22nd at ono
Sr? !oryi.u loundtrlp, good for return Juno
2Ulh to COth.
On account of Fourth of July Holiday the C.
& f1! I$y,wHI ,?e11 excursion tickets to all
points in C. P. C. territory 2C0 miles or less
Irpm starting point at ono faro for the round
trip, good returning until July tlth.
On account of the Y. P. s. of C. E. at Wash
ington, D. (J., the O. & M. Ry. Cu. will sell ex
cuislon tickets on July 1th, Bth and Till at one
fare for the round trin. cnr.d ramninn ,,,n
July 15th and subjoct to an extension of limit
until July 31st.
For further infprmatlon call one. & M. Rv.
cmbridlo3.0' ""' r;-w-i,aBe-G-ft A-
Fourth of July Excursion.
The T. & O. V. E. R. R. will authorize tho
sale of excursloh tickets between all stations
on Its lino and all stations on o. 0. lines, July
3rd and 4th, good returning up to and Includ
ing July eth, at one fare for the round-trip.
Reduced Rates, July Fourth.
The Ohio River Railroad Company will sell
excursion tickets July 3rd. and 4th. between
all stations on Its line at one fare for the
round trip; tickets, good returning until July
Sunday, Juno 21st,
to Zanesviile and
VlaZ.&O. R. Ry.
Z, & O. R. RY.
Half Faro Rates to Dayton, O., Juno
33rd and 24th.,
Acct. of Knights of St. John encampment.
Tickets good going on above date, returning
until June 2'Jth included. Rate 15.35 round
trip. Call at Union L'epot or Front, streot
Ticket Ofllce for particulars.
Stehlo's Addition; S5,acre3 platted. Uasy of
access by Trolley or othorn ise. Lots 60 by 150
feet: Stieets b0 feet wide. Call at room E, Law
Building; bee plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal lu Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 minutes'
walk from the business part pf the City. Also
other City property for salo cheap. Call at
Room s, Law liutlding.
J. D.Pavnc, Special Agent.
It. Steiii.b, Marietta, O.
A Rare Opportunity.
Tfte College residence property, on Fifth
Btroet, opposite Mound Cemetery, is offered for
sale by Ward& Stone as agents, for a short
time only. The location la one of choicest In
the city. Size of lot 120x220 feet. Torins made
May 2 tf.
.J'ir.Btandnrlvllesesal FairGrouuds where
the big plcalo will be held, July 4. address J. O,
Smith, Charles St., Marietta, O , or. K, n.
Wagner. "WllllarasJown, W.Va. Refreshment
stand privilege reserved.
l'lttsbiirg Cincinnati Lino of Steamers.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons! golngdown,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday oventnga
Jaa, A, Henderson, Oen'l Manager.
For further Information writo or call on Jas.
IJ. Halght, passenger Agt , No. 231 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jnoob Pfnff's la unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that oan ba
made, Particular and personal at.
tentlon given to serving parties
receptions, weddings or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF, -Putnam
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