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Thoy have got to l.r.oi' and stay
Diiori'ED. Those who enter into com
petition with ua say Good-Uye to large
profits and be satisfied with a low
Wo are known as the People's Friend
and the PATRIOTIC PRICE MAKERS,
and wo give to every citizen the right
and power to obtain good goods cheap.
Do not be deceived by any inisrcprc
santations, but keep the fact in mind
Our Prices are the Lowest.
HANG ON TO YOUR DOLLAR
until you've seen our stock.
There is no end to your run of luck
while buying from our stock. You
don't get a third or half but you get a
whole value here, and you will be ac
corded a welcome whenever you pay us
a visit and guaranteed a bargain in ev
New Idea Patterns equal to the best,
only 10 cents.
Nice Large Fans at lc and :2c each.
One lot Children's Sailor Hats at 10c
and 19c, worth 23 and :ic.
Men's and Boys' Hats at nc, 10c, 15c to
25c. All bargains.
7200 yards, assorted colors, all silk
Baby Ribbon at le a yard. Low prices
on Silk Ribbon from No. 'J to No. 00 for
Dress and Hat Trimmings.
"Belts for Ladies and Gents. We show
the best values obtainable, and some
pretty novelties this week.
Men's all Leather Belts for tile, worth
everywhere from 10 to f0c.
Buttons. A special lot of Steel Point
Patterns at 88, 85 and 3Sc, worth 50 and
75c. Large Pearl Buttons at 15 and Sic,
worth 25 and 50c.
One lot of Organdie Lawns going at
9)&c, worth 15c. 10 pieces Fine White
Goods going at 0c a yard, worth 17c.
Cream Point Lace Collars at lite,
should be 35c. Hemstitched Handker
chiefs at 5c, and 10c for Embroidered
Sun Umbrellas at -is, (i.l, 73 and inc.
The best values we have ever had.
Our stock of Perfumery is up-to-dale
in odors and style. Triple Extracts,
White Rose, Lily of the Valley. Golden
Rod, New Mown Hay, Ylang.Ylang, &c.
Hosiery and Summer Underwear go
ing cheap. Hose at 5c, Sc, 10c. 10c for
This is a good time to assort up your
chinaware. Our stock full and away
down in price.
Our announcement last week caused
a rush for this department A few left
for this week. We say they are the
best values we ever had in them.
The last call on the BIG BROOM and
TEA DEAL. One pound choice tea,
regular price 0"c, and one broom, regu
lar 20c quality, all for 8'Jc. IT'S A
CHHAM CIircnSE. New York best
quality 12K and 15 cents. Ohio Cream
10 and 15c.
Candies, Nuts, Canned Fruits and
Meats for picnics at tho regular whole
sale price3 Lemons and Iiananas.
Come to the Only Itargain Store iu
tho City. Hundreds of liargains daily
offered to our customers. Come now
and get them, they are for you.
169 FronfSt. Marietta. 0
All Arrangements Completed for
the Manufacturers' Trip.
The Party Will Consist of About Fif
teen Members of Different Industries
Tho Journey Unilor tho MnnnRcnicnt of
the l.nto Hccretnry of Legation lit
liueiioD Ajren, Will l.xteml )cr
Tlirco Months I'nrowcll Dinner.
Piili.Anr.l.rilU, Juno 25. All the ar
rangements for tho trip to South Amer
ica, under tho auspices of tho National
Association of Manufacturers, have
been completed and tho party will nail
from New York on the American linu
steamship St Paul next Wednesday
morning. From Southampton the
party will sail on July 11 on the royal
mail steamer Danube tor tho River
Plata countries of South America.
The trln u ill extend over about three
months and tho party will bo due in
New Yoik again about October 1.
The party will consist of about fif
teen members, each representing a dif
ferent line of industry and some of
them covering several branches of
Tho.mumbeis of the party will bo
given a farewell dinner at tho Hotel
Waldorf next Tuesday evening.
As at picsuutino.de up the part- con
sists of the following members, to
which several more are likely to be
added before tho time fixed for tho de
parture: Fied Stearns, pf Frederick
Stearns & Co., manufacturing pharma
cists, Detroit, Mich.; J. M. Studebaker,
Studebaker Bros. Manufacturing Co.,
wagons and carriages,South Bend.Ind.;
T. S. Wood, Fail mount machine works,
and Wm. Wood & Co., cotton and
woolen goods, Philadelphia; Henry R.
Gilbcit, E. Stearns & Co., bicycles, Sy
lacuse, N. Y.; F. L. Wagar, treasurer
of the Wagar Lumber Co., Wagar, Ala.,
and repiesenting tho Gulf Coast Lum
ber Co., a combination of large mills
on the gulf; Fremont W. Spicer. ice
piesideut Frontenac Paper Co.. Dexter,
". Y.; Mr. Spicer goes as the
representative of the Americin Paper
Manufacturers' association; S. E. Bacon,
Bacon Manufacturing Co.. Erie, Pa.;
Mr. Bacon goes as the representative
of the board of trade of Erie; John A.
Johnson, vice piesident of the Ftille &
Johnson Manufactuiiug Co., of Madi
son, Wis'., representing the National
Association of Agricultural Implement
and Vehicle manufacturers; W. T.
Adams, of the W. E. Adams Ma
chine -Co., Memphis, Tenn., and
Corinth, Miss., represents the Mem
phis Manufacturers' association; T.
D. Palmer, of Palmer &. Smith,
leather manufacturers, Newark, N. J.,
leprescnts the New Jersey Leather
Manufacturers' association; J. R. Ivil
bourne, the Kilbourne & Jacobs Manu
facturing Co., wheelbairows, wagons,
road scrapers, etc., Columbus, O.; Wm.
Haiper, representing the John B. Stet
son Co., Philadelphia, manufacturers of
fur, felt hats.
Tho party is under tho management
and direction of George W. Fishback,
late secretary of legation at Buenos
Ayres, Argentine Republic.
Illicit iL'ii'n.vru ca Salvr
I'hb Best Salve in the worldi tor
Cuts, Bruises, Sorrs, Ulcers, Salt
RliHum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and hll Skin
Eruptions, and poiitivolv cures Piles
or no pay required. It i guaranteed to
KivB perfect satisfaction, or moner re
funded. Price 25 cents per hox
For sal A bv W. H. Styer.
A ratal Mistake.
Nr.w-AitK, O., June 25. Mrs. Hulda
Britcher died during the night at her
homo here, her death being caused by
misunderstanding the directions given
by her physician, who prescribed mor
phine. Mrs. Britcher took a mor
phine powder every 20 minutes instead
Head Cruslied by a I lay Carrier.
Massillox, O., June 25. David
Smoker, a farmer residing at Orrville,
was instantly killed while unloading
hay. The carrier became detached and
fell upon him, erushing,his head.
Send your address to II. E. Bucklun
&. Co., Chicago, and get a free .sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and aro
particularly effective in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. Kor
Malaria and Liver troubles they have
been proved invaluable. They are
guaranteetl to be perfectly free from
every deleterious substanco and to be
urely vegetable Thoy do not weaken
iv their action, but by giving tone to
stimach and bowels greatly invigorate
the system. Kogular sue 25c. pur oov.
Sold 'by V. II. Styer, Druggist.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice H hereby given that the partnerihlp
heretofore existing between J It. Ferguson
and T. b. Ward, doing busduess as Ferguson &
Ward, Dentists, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Recounts pro and con will
be for settlement with J K. Ferguson, 171
, J K Feuodson,
T. &. WAitn
Marietta, Ohio Juno 22, le'W
Important to Teachers!
A NORMAL SCHOOL
will be opned In tho
Marietta High School Building,
Monday, August 3d, 1896,
And continue in session for four weeks.
Instruction in Arithmetic, Geogra
phy, Grammar, History, Civil Govern
ment, Physiology, Orthography, Pen
manship and Pedagogy will be freo to
all who are teaching or preparing to
teach. Bringyour text-books with you.
Those who wish to secure boarding
are requested to write to Martin R. An
drews or V. W. Boyd of Marietta.
The Normal Institute will close with
an examination on Friday, August 2Sth
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In order to unload our snrinc stock, we will offer our entire line of
Men's, Youths', Boys' and Children's Cloth
ing, Hats, Caps and Gents' Fur
at about 25 Per cent-less tnan reoular values for the next thirty
days, beginning Tuesday, June 23d. We will inaugurate
the greatest cleaning up sale that ever
occurred in Marietta.
HBEE 1$ J
$12.00 Suits for $9.00.
$ 0.00 Suits for $0.50.
One lot of Men's Suits at $2.50 and
One lot of Men's Pants
One lot of Men's Pants
One lot at 75c, worth $1.00. ' One lot at $1.00, worth $1.50.
One lot-at $1.25, worth $1.75.
Children's Knee Pants
Xhp latest stylo Stiff Ilats at $1.00, worth $1.50. "
Latest style Black and Brown Stiff Ilats at $1.50, worth $2.25.
Fine Percalo Shirts at 29c, worth 50 cents
Come now while you have a chance to get your Clothing and Fur
nishing Goods at almost your own price.
Leading Clothiers of
Cor. Front and R. R. Crossing,
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
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$10.00 Suits for $7.50.
$ 8.00 Suits for $5.75.
$3.00, worth double the amount.
at $1.00, worth $1.50.
at $1.25, worth $2.00.
One lot at $1.50, worth $2.00.
15c, worth 25 cents.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention gtvsri to com
BiMdlni et Proscriptions
Fine Picture Frames4.
. Musical Instruments
Of all kind's. The 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 & Breuninger,
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
BrsBi, Nickel PIat;3 aci Burns (
Kirojtne OH. (
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A beautiful, tlioroujjhly mada and
Qnely fmlthed Bicycle Lamp, jolt and
6nt to aaj part of th ooantrr(pren prepaid)
a recolDt of brlre. fl( 60. (MaTtw TO caa Lur it '
ox 7our lootd dealer xor a Uttlo leu i ulc Ulm )
THE PLftCE & TERRY MFG. CO,.
247 Centre St., Haw York.
To make room for an
other carload to arrive
In ten Jays we will sell
11 ti f
t. B fe
at a liberal discoun
Now is your chaucc.
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Dutton & Son., g &
615 Fourth street. (f) K
;V -vnflI,.. ,, &
When You Paint
If you desire the very best results at the
least expense you will use our paints.
J. W. DYSLE & CO.,
Leading Paint House in South
A Full Line in Stock at
If you want plenty of
M Pure later
You can do no better than havo us raako
you a tile well. For further particulars
call on or address
Jure 18, Swks.
Names and Itesldcnce, Member of Part
nerililp. Tne State or Oil'io, I
Washington County, as. f
Tnls Is to certify that William Raymond
Keever and Joseph Gideon Dyer, residing at
Macksburgh, Washington County, Ohio, are
Interested as partners In the partnership,
transacting buslnes) In this State under the
name ot Keerer & Dyer. The principal office
or place of business of said partnership Is at
Macbsburg, In this County.
The above are the names in lull of all the
members of said partnership -and their places
Signed and acknowledged by us, this 17th
day of June, 18W. ' u
Wm. It. Kbeveu, '
JOSEPH O, DYER.
Juue U-3vTks. V
WAIVTEa & CURTIS,
Physicians and Surgoono.
Ofllce and reeldonco. on Second street, three
doors nbovo tho Conrt-bouie, Marietta, Ohio.-
STANLEY, W. A.
M. D., O. Di S.. Physician ana Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner JUftr
mar and Lancaster Sts.
C1UAULKS W. BICUABDS,
j Attorn or at Law,
OlBccJon Patnam Street,
JL . AUomoy at Law,
UUlco In Law Building,
Attorney ot Law and Notary Public,
Offloo on Second Stroct, oppoelta Union Dopot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room a Mills Hlock, Corner Putnam
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS XTt n.
Offloo East cor. lTront and Pntnaia, Marietta.
J P. WAUD,
Seal Estate and Loan Agent,
uccond 0t., opp. Union Depot. Marlotta, O
It. C. W. EDCY.
Omco No. 304 Front Street.
Opposlto Soldiers' Monument. Residence Ko.
SIS Fourth Street. Teloshono oonneotlon.
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. P. KRA$T
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Ofllco room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLETT,
. Attorneys at Law,
Ofllco in Law Building.
Attorney at Law,
Office In Law Building,
Attorney at lLaiv. .
Ovet Loader Offlcs. Cor. Front and Putnam
TVT o. FOLLETT now Law Offices, over
JLT.&. iwuub dhuk, inirancQ, sccona as.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
T F. FOREMAN,
110 Front Streot, Marietta, Ohio.
Second Floor. .
On account of Fourth of July Holiday tho C.
& M. Ry. will sell exclusion tickets to all
points In C. P.O. territory 200 miles or less
lroin starting point at one fare for the round
mp, goou returning unin uiuy uu.
On account of the Y. P. S. of C. E. at Wash
ington, D. C, the O. &, M. Ry. Co. will sell ex
cursion tickets on July 4th, 0th and 7th at one
fare for the round trip, good returning until
July ir,th and subject to an extension of limit
until July 31st.
For further information call on C. & M. Ry.
Ticket Agents or address II. W. Pago, G. P. A.,
Cambridge, O; J
Fourth of July Excursion.
Tho T. & O. C. E. R. R. will authorize the
sale of excursion tickets between all stations!
on us nno anu an stations on u. u. lines, July!
3rd and 4 th, good returning up to and lnclud-S
ing July btn, at one fare for the round trip.
Reduced Rates, July Fourth.
The Ohio River Railroad Company will sells
excursion tickets July 3rd. and 4tn. between?!
all stations on its line at one fare for ithri
round trip; tickets good returning until Julyfi
One Fare tor the Round Trip to
On account of tho Democratic Conentionl
juiy j. L.oave Marietta in I'arior car of T. &(j
c o, it it. at. xmop. M change to u. & O J
sleeper atT. & O. C Depot at ColumbusS
arrive Chicago without channo 7:40 a.
bamo time and accomodations returning!
ouiuu limn at oi-ner lines
Stehle's Addition; 55 acres platted. Easy og
uuce-,3 uy MTuuey or utnerwiae. uois bv oy 16
ieei; streets so ieet wiue. uau at room o.'Liav
llulldlng; see plat, learn prices and terms. Na
equal in unio as a nuitop view, 10 mlnutesf
n.ilk from the business part of the City. Also
otnercity property lor bale cheap. Call as
ltoom s, Liaw iiuiiamg.
J. D. Payne, Special Agent.
A lnnn liv,rt4.ii4r
XX UtUO UjJjJUJL lilUllb. til
The College residence property, on Flftr 1
street, opposite Mound Cemeterv. Is offered foal
sale by Yv ard & Stone as agents, for a shor; i
time uuiy. xae locution is one oi cnoicest ififl
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ay 2 tf .
For stand privileges at Fair Grounds wherjj
me mg picnic win Da nem, July 4, address j. (
Smith, oharles St , Marietta. O , or K. I
Wagner, Wllllamstown. W. Va. Refresbmenfl
stand privilege reserved.
Pittsburg Cincinnati Line of Steamersjl
Arrive at Marietta, going up, eery Saturday!
Monday and Thursday afternoons ; going down
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday e veningi
Jas. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further information write or call on Jas
Q. Ilaight, Passenger Agt , No. 251 Front street
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's la unexcelled, as aro1
also hlo Cakes and Ices. FlnesfI
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can btfj
made. Particular and personal atj
tentlon given to serving parties!
receptions, woddlncs or public dlnl
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
Livery, Feed an
COR. THIKD AND OHUROtt STREET
Horsoa itept by the Day, Waott or Blontu.l
Promnt Attention Given to Funor&lo,
Carriage can bo ordered to and from alii
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - ' - OHIO
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Result?.
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