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MARIETTA, and can bo consulted at their Private Kooms at the
BELLEVUE HOTEL, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 9TII,
from 9am to S p. m.
CONSULTATION FREE AND
THE FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 3feYthSSvS?J,SfiVli?ff
ntnbllshcil ISsO Lnracst Practice nnd Most Complete Institute ot Its kind In U. 8. (uir rccoiu
wonderful Hires is second to none During the l.ist 'M ears vv have successfully treated tliquMtiut
of cues Our iiructlcc extends not only throughout the United fctntes, Canada, and Melco I lit
also includes: mam iorclgii countries. Our lone experience, remarkable skill, nnd utilvirsnl miccoi
for tlie past Venn In Ohio entitle us to the full confidence of the nllllcted The celebrated 1 rati' '
Treatment Isackiuttledgeil bj many, including prominent plijslelnin, ns being the most eoimilui
and successful treatment know n to the medical world for dleocs of men nud Viomcu. Wonilcifu
Cures Glfectcd In old rases which have been unsMllIull ticated.
NO MONEY liEOUIRCD OF RGSfONSlBLG PARTIES TO COMMENCE TREATMENT.
WHAT WE TREAT.Ci'ffi1
Stomach nnd ISomoI' uch a3 l)r"P-la. Constl
pntion, l'llcs, Diarrlin i, 1 c . n 1 Lar Disea-es.
lleforraltlcH and '-urcu ,il I)Uc Chronic nnd
)epcratc lilieuimtli Ilcnrt and l.iver DUoa s.
lllrwirl nnd Sllii lll.i .1,1 ,ULll lis ?1 roflll.l. I lCCr
1 cvenia Pimples, 1 rci .lc etc I'em.ilu Diseases
.nopl.illv tliiiu iihicli linic lmflleit the skill of ,
other plilcl ins K.illeptli I'Ms Huptiiro permit-
liontli cured l i m 'V lent'llr metli xl. Drain,
hpinal and Xenon Ui-ui-t liralvsl, I.oiomo
tor Ataxia Jsi'iiiiilj-'iu ''I tin Luii'lirc Head
nehe sleeplc-nc !I,Iih I'raln n I NVrvoiw
LMuiUitioti, and j Inal Im.'tlnn. cinnri'iind
without thcti-eof n I nlfe Kliln -v nnd Madder
IMe'tsc Brlclit 11 'Oisi plain t(. Iniiamiiiii
tlon of tlix- ltliililet 1 111 i:v d J'pistiite frupiciit
and drlbblnif.' L'riiintloti ett 'Inroit Hriyimd
Misal Dstn-c eueii ascunriii muninui- amu.
ma, Consunptli n, DcMfticw. etc . cur.a iiy out reman fiiPTcs i.snnei ruieu u a ne hwui
orisinal sstcr.i of home tnntnient od. Theeire iseffecteit b home tnutment l.u-
It coit, no ni,' to I'lnii'ov en cxrert "'an to tireh harmless ind pnllv applied (oniiitatlon
risk jour life with tin liu xpi-ie iml I'll)-, t m. I and corn -pnndeivi' free and arlctly eouliuerdlal.
THE TRAN'Cc URBTiiUAL, TREATMENT Is o soluble, medicated IVmirIc fer the euro of Strii tuic
And all forirs nf Iiimmim i thelll.ulder Lretlira and Prostate idjnd The Bo'iclc ire iiise. ted into
the urethral canal urv n retlrhiR nt nic.it. They slip into t-ltion without fie sl'c'itcst ulort. r
nulring a short time in idi-nlve, n 1 ict like a mild electiic clirnnt, inviiorntlnfr and iffipartlns
im nnd snip to tl.e cut Iru 1 .odv The i uratl e clfect Is felt from tbe fii-st npplli atlun.
T.ni i...r,t Un C - c --, ' -cs Each person nppMng for Medical Treatment should
I reaillieill DJ vivjI , - A' - -.. ,rmK or send finm two to tout ounces ni urine, wli'cn
will recehe a. careful chc teul and n..iMcnplinl examination. We hae i jrji tliou-anS of cr-c
wohavo nevei 'ecu Write forlook of iuo p.pzes and list of fflO questions Corrispo.uVncp (oi
ittltatlon nnd rximimtlon free mid ntrii.l undldeiitlal Nonimeiiit)l'hed wthi utthe vru.o
;onsent of the patient Treatment sent bj mall or cxpiesj to nny p.ut of tl.o cnlied elites.
&r The France tYiedical Institute Go., 30 w. Gay sj Go!iiiiifiiis, r
P4-&-3h TZEi-CIB -fco-ift
ACME BRICK C0IPA1Y,
Manufacturers of Paving, Pressed and Commcn Brick.
Large stock constantly on hand, and brick delivered
Phone 405. Works located at Norwood or East
"Wo who live in the beautiful Ohio
valley can hao little Idea of the dis
advantages "enjoyed" by the people of
some parts of the world.
Dr. Thorvald Thoroddsen in recent
papers gives a curious plctute of life
and scenes in Iceland. Settlements
aro limited to the lowlands, yet even
these ate not safe places of abode, for
they are exposed to lava floods, liver
floods and showers of volcanic ashes.
When the glaciers of the dome-shaped
mountains are suddenly melted by
volcanic heat, overwhelming torrents,
bearing Immense masses of Ice and
fragments of rock, sweep down the
rher beds. Yet with all their disad
vantages the inhabitants of the narrow
lowlands of Iceland enjoy universal
education, and among them more
books and newspapers are published
per head of the population than in any
A gentleman who has traveled much,
while stopping In Marietta, recently
gave tho following picture of Cuban
Thero Is an innate coquetry about a
Cuban woman that shows itself even
Jn the least iromi.icnt of bows she
ties. Her clothing is always dainty,
and Is frequently adorned with the
needlework of her own fingers. Her
gown may De nothing to look at twice,
but her linen Is something exquisite,
and no other people rival them In
cleanliness. In many ways the Cuban
woman of today promises much for the
future, but thero aro now strongly
marked limitations, and this trip has
revealed many of thorn to her.
For Instance, she never before
thought much about physical culture,
and those peoplo who are blessed with
gray hair aro strongly reminded of the
American women ot yoro, with whom
It was the proper thing to faint, and a
waist that moasured over eighteen
'incho was a source of continual mor
tification. That la just about 'where
these dwellers of tho tropics are now
.In tho scalo of physical perfection.
The Chief Consulting and Examining Physician
of The France Medical Institute Co., by request
PRIVATE AND SEXUAL, UlSUAbtiS. A tier
f"ct cure puatnntced in all eurablo cases. Ln-;
Manhood, pormatorrheca, .-ciuliml tnLncs '-i
fccts.01 Yoiitliftil Iwlii retlon and Sexual iuc
cs, Xcivntis Debll 15 1 hmistcd Vitality, rutin,
muii m lilcasAU'UU .itu-Owict,Io.o. Me'ii r
and I.nergN Impotent v etc , qttlfl.lv nnd perron
ncntls cured nj mi lUiKinai trc.tnicm. i.om
rlinn Sypl III O'cct otiuture, Ihdr'MeIc tin
Varicocele cuied in the sl,rt, t pi"lulc time
v Itimut the u -e oi r..uctu or hiin'rrnre fn a.
l)i.s!vei C'utable ca cs guaranteed w hen otucn
have fnl'ed. Jow en irA . cuiiHiltatio'i ftsc.
The Prance svstom of I.ocnl livntmnit viitr
Jledlinkil l'ad for :r n is pisilivc!) the most
cnmrlite nnd s'c-tuil Uuoiiii lot Meak ana
linilii'( ped nrj-ilis
IMI'ORTAM TO tAUPJS. After cnrsol c
Perletice. there 1 ik lien di-eneied the Kriutet.
eure known fnrnll dlsin'M peinllir to the s
Their muscles are flabby, their chests
thin and the splendid set-un of. tho
American girl is neer seen. They do
not stand straight. It is not possible
when they lace as they do and wear
such thin shoes. In fact, tlp.y do not
wear shoes as a rule, but a sort of lit
tle house slipper that is only Intended
for Turkish rug wear.
The local weather prophets who
havt been predicting rains, snows, ex
tiemoly cold weathei, etc., etc., are
losing the confidence of the people on
the matter. The beautiful weather
.still continues in spite of occasional
indications of a change. However, it
i-eems to be the verdict of tho people
to let It continue as long as It will.
The trouble American mistresses
have In getting and keeping good ser
vant girls makes that matter quite an
economic question. The trouble that
servant girls have In getting a good
place also makes that matter an eco
nomic question. The mistresses of
Marietta appear to have about as much
trouble over the matter as do the wom
en of any place. The plan of the Ger
man government seems to have seRled
the servant-girl problem for Itself, at
In Germany the government take3 a
hand in the servant-girl problem, as it
does In almost everything else, and It
has succeeded in partially solving at
least one phase of the difficulty. It
has reduced the servant girl's "flightl
ness" to a minimum; sho cannot
change places once a week the year
round. For when she moves the gov
ernment, represented by tho police,
must know all about It, and If there Is
any difficulty or dispute, disagreeable
questions may be asked.
Indeed, the process of employing a
servant girl Is a good deal of a busi
ness transaction, with a decidedly offi
cial tinge. Tho girl comes to your kit
chen and you agree with ner about tho
wages and she says she will stay. Then
you must go to the police station and
bay for five pfennigs (about one cent)
a "whltt card, or blank which has all
sorts of Information about tho now
girl. You must write down' hor full
name, whore she came from, whether
married or single, her trade, whether
cook, chambermaid or waiter! her
birthday and year, her nationality, her
religion, Iter own home, and If married
how many minor children sho has,
where they are and who their guard
Ian Is. The government always looks
cut well for the children and sees that
'hey are well provided for, this being
the more necessary because many,
perhaps most, servants are married
women with typically large families.
At the same time that this blank goes
In 'the girl must also send In a blank,
reporting her change of place. Hav
ing done all this, you must see that
the girl pays her regular fees to the
Insurance or death fund, so that? sho
may not. become a public charge In
pase of her death or disablement.
All this ceremony tends to make It
dlfP "tilt for a girl to movo about or fcr
the master to discharge her with small
cauce. Should It be necessary at any
time for the girl to leave there must be
more dealings with the police. Tho
householder now buys a green blank,
on which he teports with the same
completeness of description the depar
ture of his servant. And thero must
be no delay In any of theso ceremonies
else the police, who have their fingers
on every man, womon and child In
Germany and know just where each In
dividual should be at any given time
will begin making inquiries and, if
you hae not reported, you ate taken
before the magistrate and fined.
All this tends to prevent the rapid
circulation of servant girls so familiar
to eety American household, In which
the Claras followed the Maggle3 and
the Katies followed the Claras in
swift succession. Nor do tho German
gills expect such deference as these In
Anmrlca; they are industrious and
quiet; they art willing 'to work for lit
tle or nothing, and to do any sort of
distgreeable tasks, but on the other
hand, not so much Is expected from
them as In America, and their mis
tresses are perhaps more tolerant. It
may be added, however, that the Ger
man girl has her regular Sunday sol
d'er or policeman as well as ise Amer
ca.i gill; that is a pioblem which even
tl.e German go eminent cannot sohe
Hinetecn-One Glass Poem.
Unfeather last year's chickens
And season up the stew,
We're hungry as the oickens
And we've got the money too.
V.'c ask the world to feed us
While we pay for what we chew
Then, dear waiter, please to deed
Jti3t one more hog or two.
Ur fleece the sheep that's bleating
Theie's tariff now on wool
And mutton is good eating
Until the stomach's full
rAnd then we fret and wonder
The teason we can't rest;
Twifct, turn and say "Oh, thunder
"Why don't that sheep digest?"
We meet tonight and linger
In this famed banquet hall
While Pleasute's fairy finger
Is writing on the wall.
Behold and read the very
Good tidings she has brought:
"Eat, drink and be ye merry
Theie's lots more In the pot."
Let scholaily ambition
Forth vanish from our sight
And make but one condition
Of our meeting here tonight.
To eat, to talk, to frolic
Let's have no special theme
Go home and have the colic
Then turn and toss and dream,
And when Aurora blushing
Shall chase away the dark
And old Sol comes up hushing
Tho savage watch-dog's bark
When men go forth with plenty
Cf good hard work to do
There'll be some ten or twenty
That won't be able to.
Ah me, tl&sfrct and fixing
It takes to make up life,
Here's joy and sorrow mixing,
There's peace and party strife.
The struggle for existence
Is ever and anon
In paths of least resistance
And so the world goes on.
Fcur times we've met to mingle
Aicund the sugar bowl
Do h married men and single
All paying the same toll
And now tonight what reason
Why we should not be gay
The oyters aro In season
And all dogs have their day.
Then steady there ye eaters
T'pon the left and right
And keep account In liters
Of the milk you dilnk tonight
For really 'tis amazing
That this late in the fall
Tho Jersey finds the grazing
To furnish milk for all.
Dispense with all abstractions
And deal with things concrete
Conciliate all factions
With something good to eat,
Do cheerful to your neighbor
Your neighbor girl, and you
Can manage, If you labor,
To steal a look or two,
Then loose the reins of laughter
And set your spirits free
Until tho roof and rafter
Shall echo back our glee,
Keep back the look of sorrow
Tonight 'tis out of placo
T'wlll be all right tomorrow
To get a chango of face.
Then crowd around and mingle
In joyful song and cheer
Let's talk wo who are single
Of tho prospects for next year.
In short, let's run the riot
On a gentlomanly plan,
Let's toast tho class, or try it,
A'nd do tho best wo can.
When a poet Is elected
To represent a class
Of course he Is expected
To chew the rag and grass
And has he done his duty
When he has ceased to twit?
Ah there, my charming beauty,
But den't you wish I'd quit.
We think of days devoted
To picnics and to ease,
I Of the silver chimes that floated
I Out on tho evening breeze
As we watched the water dimple
1 And saw the sails unfit! 1
Or ate our rations simple
Then chanted the "Dutch Girl."
Our history recited
Our prophecy foretold
Have made us all excited
And given courage bold.
Wo'ie anxious too and really
Before our star is set
Of course we're speaking freely
We'll carve our fortunes yet.
Excuse us then, Professor,
From study and the like
remember the possessor
Cf gc'c.l Herr Lotze's "Mike
Dctl cently on tho morrow
W'lh frlr-haiied Absolom,
TVH1 lift the veil of sorrow
To say we needn't come.
Although we speak our gladness
i In joyful noise and din
There's still a stieak of sadne3
Insists on coining In.
Yes, when we stop and hearken
To voices of the night
The shadows slowly darken
And tears obscure our sight.
Oh, may this fragrant flower
Of friendship never fade,
Until the day when our
Eternal peace is made,
Is made with Him who gave us
Repentant hearts to pray
'Dear Father, come and save us,
Oh, take our guilt away."
These happy times will linger
As long as we have breath,
Until Life's Index finger
Points out the way to death.
Theso 'memories we'll cherish
(They're all so sweet wo must)
Till this outer man shall perish
And mingle with the dust.
'D. F. TURNER.
It having come to the notice of the
Marietta Electric Company that rights
of way have been granted in the vicin
ity of Marietta under the impression
that they were for the benefit of this
company, all persons are hereby noti
fied that this company has not author
ized any person or persons to obtain
any sueh rights of way, and Is In no
way Interested In any such movement.
THE MARIETTA ELECTRIC CO.
A. L. Gracey, President.
Nov. 7 3t.
MANY SAVED BY ENGINEER.
Pro in pi
Action 1'rcM'iifN Ui'Htrnctlon
n Trnln rilli'il l(!i I'ns
eiiBi'rn. A train from Boston loaded with
passengers for Chicago nnd western
points had a bait -raising experience
with n runaway freight and for a
few moments It was expected that
the entire trnln would be hurled into
eternity. A freight train of 45 cars
had pulled out of the tunnel six miles
from Harpersville. X Y and started
down a heavy six-mile grade when
the brakes failed to hold and the
train nttnlned n fearful velocity.
The engineer stuck to his post, real
izing the danger to the passenger
train ahead. He blew the whistle con.
tlnuously, hoping to give warning be
fore it was too late. The passenger
was standing at the Harpersville de
pot and, hearing the whistling, sur
mised the cause instantly. It pulled
out of the vanl, but none too soon,
for the freight could be seen ap
proaching nt lightning speed.
The trains raced to Xlneveh, tho
freight (raining rapidly. Here an up
grade was struck, which slacked the
runaways speed, nnd it was brought
to a stop 60 feet from the last pas
Uler Iliiiinmi Crop.
Said a banana plnnter the other day
to a reporter for the Cornwall (Ja
maica) Herald: "We can supply from
15 000 to 20,000 stems of bananas a
week now to any company, and in
three months' time, unless there aro
purchasers, millions of fruit will rot
In the fields."
, S1h Glnclnl Scincrr,
As the Matterhorn is the grnndest
object to be seen In Switzerland, so
are the glaciers above Zermatt the
Women In the ISiikIIhIi Tolincco Trnilo
. The English tobacco trade employs
to-day 121 women to every 100 iaeu.
GOLD IN IABIlADOft.
Deposits Richer Than Klondike
Found by Harvard Students.
Return from nn Uxplorliipr Trip
'lliroiiKli the Northern Cuun-
(r Tell IiitorvHtliiR HtnrlcN
of Tliclr Ad ciidircM.
A gold country which may rlvnl the
Klondike nnd Cape Nome regions has
been dlscotered by the Harvard ex
plorers who spent the Inst summer In
Labrador, They have just returned
after n season of excitement nnd nd
lenture, and nil tell interesting stories
of the discoveries they, inqik The
pnttj consisted of Dr. 11. A. Daly,
Huntington Adams, H. B. Bigelow, L.
B. McCormlck nnd II. W. Palmer, of
Ilnnard university, and Prof. Dela
barre, of Brown university.
They report the discovery and naming-
of a great mountain, the huge pile
beincr called Mount Eliot, for President
Eliot, of Harvnrd. Another mountain
found was named Mount Fnunce, for
President Pounce, of Brown university;
another Mount Ellnbeth, after the
tlatishter of a trapper whom they found
there. The expedition started from St.
John's, X. F., June 25, in the schooner
Hinve. For nearly three months they
scouredi the coast of Labrador, rench
iiitf Cape Bauld July 4.
The inland trip was the most Inter
esting pnrt of the expedition, for it
gave an excellent Idea of the country,
which is mountainous In the extreme.
As to their finds of gold, the explorers
will not go into details. They say, how
ever, that their discoveries warrant the
belief that the precious metal can be
mined out Inter to supersede the Klon
dike and Cape Nome. All of the party
plan another trip next spring, when
the j will go in a l.nger vessel and carry
utensils for piocurini a quantity of
the rich minerals that abound thete.
NEW NAVAL STATION PLANNED
Cnillc I.llsi-lj to llt. tjiiiii-rxcilcil by
Sniieilor Locution nt Sn
' Tlinrn will nrnl.,,1,1.. i, ... 1
- ... . ..... l. ...... ,tl j .v; ,, ,,u, ll.lttll
6tntion on feublff ba
on bubljr iiay. Luzon. Ad
miral Melville, engineer in chief of
the navy, has criticised Cavite and hns
recommended Subig uay. He says:
"A most ptominently important sta
tion for the establisnment of nn ex
tensive and modern machinery plant
Is that in the Philippine islnnds,
whether nt Cavite or at a more suit
nb'.e location probably obtainable.
Pending definite determination of this
pcirtMhe bureau has improved the
Cavite plant by Fending out such
power, tools and supplies as can be
Installed in the nvailabie buildings
nnd readily operated. In the interest
of both expediency and economy I
strongly urge the early selection of
the most desirable site for a com
plete naval repair station there and
the erection of suitable buildings for
the needs of this bureau, in order
that it may provide for nil machinery
repair work required by our vessels
in the enst."
Admiral Melville's suggestion of Su
ing bay is based on information which
he has received from officers in the
It is an indorsement oi the recom
mendation of Xavnl Constructor Hob
(.on, who examined the place carefully
and reported it as nvailoble in every
way for naval station purposes,
TO AID YOUNG RUSSIANS.
An Aliii'i'lciin IIvIiin IXnlillnh "So
ciety for .11 o nil anil I'IijmIcmI Im
provement of Yoiiiipr Men."
The "Society for the Moral and
Physical Improvement of Young
Men," nn organization similar in nil
respets to the Young Men's Chris
tian association, was successfully
launched in St. Petersburg the' other
afternoon in n building specially fit
ted up for the purpose. This has been
done lnrgely t.hrough the personal ef
forts of Franklin Gnylord, the repre
sentative of James Stokes, the philan
thropist, of New York, who has in
vested n princely fortune in such
buildings at London, Paris, Berlin nnd
at Home. The honornry curator is
Prince Alexnnder Petrovltch Olden-
berg. The other officers aro 15, K,
Orden, chamberlain of the imperial
court, two assistont secretaries of the
minister of the interior, three influ
ential priests of the Greek church,
P. T. Verinitzki and P. A. Potehin,
prominent men of letters.
HoMtnn Common n Ileillnm
When the Salvationists Invaded the
common there wns quite a fight in the
courts over the question of open-nir
services. The Salvationists won the
dn j. And ns a resvilt lloston common
has become a veritable "Holy Fair,"
ngninst which religious and secular pa
pers are equally in arms. From UnU
tnriaus to Salvationists the whole
gamut of theology is sounded nnd un
der the guise of sermons red-hot an
nichy is freely disseminated among the
thoubandb of idlers who gather on the
IIIh One liny of Hope.
Henry Leftridge, of Ohio, litis been
sentenced to i0S years In the peniten
tiary for murder. If Henry tries hard,
sa.18 the Chicago Times-Herald, he may
huve the sentence cut down 15 or 2C
years for good conduct.
Sir Thomas Lip-ton has lifted our
pork, but nobody believes, says tin
New York World, that he will be ubk
to "lift tne cup."
I'ollec Authority to Trolley .lien.
All the conductors of tlie-lhook-field
(Miibs.) trolley lino huve been
wade special oillcerb.
Chi U I Me,
(Inn nnd Stonm 1'lttorB. Klectrlrluni.
210 Greene Street, Marietta, Ohio,
OFFICE, 102 PUTNAM ST.
in. jr. CUTTER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office 227 Putnam Streot,
3 Doors Above Court House.
EARNEST C. SI H0LMB0E,
Is tho man to consult when you
contemplate building. Preliminary
Sketches free. Mechanical Drawing
and Sun Printing of all kinds.
210 Front Street, over German Na
tional Bank. Th. Aug. G-lmo.
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
112 Putnam Street,
Finest Ice Cream and Ices.
Caters to Parties and Clubs.
q m iib hv aioaw'VtfB
Physician and Surgeon.
OFFICE, 260 FRONT STREET.
RESIDENCE, 523 SIXTH STREET.
Phones: Office, 435: Residence, 3733.
.1. G. UKKXAN. C. O. MIDDLUSWAHT.
l!Ki:.AN 5. MIII1IL.1.SWAK1'.
ttornVB at Law.
Davis DitlliliiiR, Mnricttn, Ohio.
W. 11. SYICK, I,nnvr iiniUN'iitiir.
Stoiioitrnnlicriti Ollico, Mills lliiililini;,
i. ' -AC?!""! Dealer In i'lml
. -vTilli-, Estate uud Gtn-
oi.il uouu ,iu'ent Ward-Nlcholt Ulock.
. AUnnioy at Law.
ovm Leader Office. Cor. Front and Pntnura
P.flFH ft WILSON AttorimjH nt I n, Rooim
tAltn Ce HlLSUrt, .i)liml 2, Bt. Cluir Ilulldlng
I'utnam Streot, Marietta, Uliio.
C1UAU1.ER W. ltlCUAllDS,
Attoriioy at Law,
Office on I'utnam oireel,
I Can be consulted at residence cor. Firtb
and WoosterSts. Phone 2')'l. All orders lull
at. A. J. Richards' Drug Store will be promptly
G. W. STRECKER, &ST
Knox Savage Building, I'utnam btreet, Marl,
NYE Ik fUJ.LB.XT
Attorney!, at Law,
OIBre In Law Building.
DR. A. KINGSBURY, DENTIST. Room
Leader Halldlng, Corner Front and Putnam
C3. W. EDDY.
Office No. 304- Front Street.
oaue soldiers-Monnmeni. ucs"ii-nco kh,
Burth Street. Tolot hone cimne-tlin
UNDERWUOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Secon 1 and Putnam Streets
Rooms No. 7 and 9, Marietta, Ohlii
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office on Putnam St.
WAY & HANCOCK,
Attornovs-At-Law. Knox-Savage Uloclt
Putiam Street. Marietta, Ohio.
jay-R. T. b. WARD, DentiBt. Office!
Union Ulocl:, over Charles Blume's Jowelrv
Store. Front street, below Putnam.
Why try to sticrt
things with some
thing that doesn't
stick? Buy MAJOR'S
CEMENT; you know
it sticks. Nothing
breaks away from it.
Stick to MAJOR'S
CEMENT. Buy once,
you will buy for
ever. There is
nothing as good;
don't believe the
MAJOR'S RUBBER and MAJOR'S LEATHER.
Two separate cement th lient. Insist on having them,
15 an 1 25 cents jr bottle at all dropelsts.
MAJOR CEMENT CO., NEW YORK CITY.
FOE SALE !
One 12 LI. P. Engine and
Boiler in good order.
Oall or address.
THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY.
Loans money on diamonds, watches,
jowolry, etc. Huy and Boll now nnd
second linnd goods. Second hand shoes
and clothing bought and sold,
If you want money, want to sell
or buy anything see us. Goods called
for nnd dolivored.
THE AMERICAN LOAN CO.,
E. IIenslev, Mgr 111 FrontSt., Phono
Examination of Teachers
For the public schools of Washington County
will be held in the Marietta High achool Room
on the second Saturday of each month excent
January, July and Anuunt. '
J. A. STONE, Marietta, Ohio.
PreslU Hoard ot bcucol Examiners.
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