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Thoro nro many jioople in this city
who nro not patrons of this department
in our stores. It is no doubt been u so
wo rnroly nmko mention of it and the
prices and goods sold here. It will sur
prise the many who are not customers
to hear that wo distribute mora Grocer
ies than three of tho largest rotail gro
corics in this city. Tho reaion is ery
easy to find, largo purchases give us tho
insido on prices. THE BEST GOODS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES. Many
people havo tho impression that because
of the low prices wo make" (often lower
than the wholesale houses, that they
are necessarily of inferior quality.
QUICK SALES, KEEPS STOCKS FRESH
4 lbs. of California Evaporated Peaches for
6 lbs. of California Prunes for
4 lbs. of Evaporated App'es for
6 lbs. of Laundry Starch for -
I Gallon Silver Drip Syrup for
9 lbs. of Rolled Oats for -
4 cans Fine Quality Sweet Corn for
15 Bars of Laundry Soap for -
3 lbs. Layer Figs for -
3 lbs. good cheese for
3 lbs. California Evaporated Nectarines for
BestJJNew York Cream Cheese, a
Limn Deans, 5c and 7o a pound.
Rico, a pound, 4c and 5c.
Pickles, 4c a dozen.
Pie Peaches, 8c n can.
Table Ponchos, 12J-o a can.
Choico Salmon, 10c a can.
Codfish, boned, 6' i.
Cod fish, whole, 5c n pound.
Baking Powder, 5c and 10c lb.
Granulated Sugar, 17 lbs. for $1.00.
Cranberries, 8e quart.
Leghorn Citron, 15c lb. .
Oranges, lc, 2c and lie each.
Roasted CofTeo at 7K-c, 10c, 12J.'.c, 14c,
15c and 18c lb.
Iittliiiii Bargain I
Nos. 169 and 171 (three jtories) Front Street,
MARIETTA, .... QHIO.
All forms of chronic diseases
treated by hot air baths (baking,
the latest medical theory,) mas
sage and Electricity.
The latest improved nebuliz
ing apparatus used in the treat
ment of all forms of catarrhal,
bronchial, throat, lung and ear
Opium, Morphine, Cocaine,
Chloral habits cured within 48
hours without pain, danger or
Cure guaranteed. No money
paid until cured. Best refer
ences can be furnished.
Riley Block, Marietta, O.
E. J. Richard, M, D Specialist. O. A. Lambert, M. D.
Dr .V. M,, George, Mgr. E. W. Le Fever,' M. D.
Tho dealer who buys in small quantities
at outsido pricos and puts a heavy profit
on must defend himself by crying infer
ior goods. It docs not follow becauso
our prices aro lowor than othors ask,
that the goods nro of a poorer class.
Every one is protected in tho quality in
this storo; our goods are open for in
spection, we invito it.
We challenge n comparison of QUAL
ITV, WEIGHT and PRICES with tho
best stores in the city, and furthermore,
any goods not entirely satisfactory can
bo returned. Peoplo's tastes differ,
what pleases ono may not please somo
Teas at 40c 50c and 60c por lb. Choice
Candies at 5c, Gfc, 8c and 10c lb.
Taffy at 10c nnd 12c n lb.
Imperials, 10c lb. Lozenges 10a lb.
Dates, 5c lb.
Nuts 10c nnd 12c lb.
Good Pepper, 19c lb. '
Baking Chocolate, 30c lb.
Crackeis, 5c lb. Cakes 8c and 10c lb
6 good smokes for 5 cents.
Bargains in Olives, Mustard, Catsup,
Fish, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars.
One bottle of Kaiser's Cough Curo
and ono cake of Dandruff Soap, all for
15c; worth 50c.
Test Questions Used at the County Teacher's
Examination Saturday Feb. 9l '
'At tho Washington County Teachers
Examination held la this city last Sat
urday tho following test was used: """
(Full solutions required.) f,
J. P. Wagner. , ,
1. A man can saw 2 oord3 of -wood
por day, or ho can spilt three cords of
wood when sawed'. How much must
'ho saw that ho may be occupied the
rest of tho day splitting It?
3. Which is beat for me. to buy 6
per cent bonds at 72 per cent, or to in
vest my money In mortgages bearing
8 per cent? How much better is It?
3. How much alloy must bo mixed
with 2 lbs, 2 oz 15 pwt, 19 gr. of pure
gold to mako fold 18 canals flno?
4. A and B engago to do work for
$170. A worked 3 da. more than as
long as B, and received $70. How
many days did each 'work?
5. A owes B $1200, payable In 0
mo., but at the end of 4 m'o. ho paya
$400. How long after this payment Is
made will it bo before tho rest Is equit
C. At $40 an acre, and 90 ct. a rod
for fencing, what will ft cost me to
purchase and fence a Held bavins two
parallel sides 100 and 80 rds. long re
spectively, the distance between, them
being 70 rds., and tho 'other two sides
7. Bought 50 cords of wood 'for
$225 and sold 15 per cent of it for $45.
What per cent was gained on the part
8. If the interest for 3 yr. 9 mo. Is
3-10 of the principal, what will be th3
amount of $450 for 2 yr. 4 mo. 15 da?
9. A person after spending $40
more than .6 cf his money had S60 less
than .42C-7 of it left. How much
money had he at first?
10. A and B can do a work In 12
days. How long will It take each sep
arately to do the work If B does &
much ps A7,
J. F. Wagner.
1. What is disease? What the
Germ Theory of disease? '' '
2. What are stimulants? narcotics?
To whioh class does alcohol 'belong?
3. Define fermentation, distillation,
4. L'ocate and state the use of lach
rymal gland, crystallne lens, Eustaoh
.'an tube. '"
5. In what itlmulants are to'" oe
found theobromine, caffeine, tannin?
6. There are said lo be eigBt special
senses. Name them. wi'-ufii,.
7. Describe 'muscles s tonuses,
form?, kinds, structure and
8. Write 100 wonH.
U. S. HISTORY AND CIVIL
A. M Farlow.
1. What English sovereign of the
sixteenth century accomplished th9
most colonization and exploration?
2. Show haw the environments of
the American colonists were condueJy3
3. What were the two leadlns con
quests of the Spaniard;? Why not
beneficial in their results?
4. Describe the educational and
commercial progress that resulted
from the poor soil and severe climate
of New England.
5. Why was the destruction of the
public buildings at Wshlngton In 1814
by the British condemned?
C. Show how the attitude of Henry
Clay ?nd Daniel Webster toward slav
ery caused the popularity of each to
7. What was the chief topjcuin the
8. Where will the next great expo
sition in this country occur? What
will It be called?
G. Mention five Ereat men .that
hae died within the past jear. Skctc.i
briefly the life of tho most prominent
American statesman who has passed
away during this period.
10. What Is meant by the "consti
tution following the Dag"? Where U
such a question apt to be settled.'
Mention three Important measures be
fore Congress. Why Is an extra ses
sion thought probable? How does the
hl3tory of the Hay-Paumefote treaty
show respectively the powers of thu
President and Senate?
A. M. Farlow. uf. ,
natures most valuable gift to man is
tho vegltable world without wood fiber
for lumber and paper leaves for, re
freshing coolness an'd fagots for the
winter fire would be sadly missing.
fMan on 'beholding the rugged oak
might well feay, wfcat strength Is infthy
gnarled Ihribs? what encouragement, In
Inspecting youl This is all I can. think
Rewrite the above, making fteon
cprrcctlons, Indicating each. , ' v
G. Why should a teacher's kriWl
e'dgo exceed that at hl9 pupils?
7. What special yaluo has thejtop
lc Tocltatlon? Uia' " M
8. The operations of the mlndLare
analytic synthetic. Explain by 4de-
cribing the a, ib method
A. iM. Farlow.
1., Represent three olomontary
sounds of "1" and four of "o" by di
2. Spoil correctly: Bchrlng, Carri
boan, Bunos Ayrw, Chilli, Okots.
3. Show accent and sound of vow
els In tho following adjectives: roput
able, estimable, Philippine, recreant,
i 4. Use correctly In sentences the
iflvo words In question preceding.
G. Glvo synomyms of: culture, cor
rugated, attribute, aftlrmed.occasloned.
John A. Stone.
1. Define; etymology, comparison,
declension, conjugation and parsing.
2. What parts of speech can b
co'mparod? Conjugated? Give exam
ples of each.
3. Glvo a synopsis of tlho verb RUN
In 'the active voice and 'all modes.
4. Write the plural of tho follow
ing: Daughter-in-law, cupful, axis,
5. Name the relative pronouns and
G. Classify sentences as to form
and function. Illustrate each 'class
6. Give a model for parsing a noun,
an adjective, a verb.
8. Corrcst the following If there b3
any eriiirs "That is between I and
jou;" "Who did he marry?" ''Will I
seo you soon?" "All the men and En.i
which was on the ship were losja" ''We
arrived safely." Give reisonfi.
9. Analyze the following and parte
captallzed words: He POSSESSED
that rare UNION of reason, simplicity
AND ehemence WHICH formed the
PRINCE of orators.
10. Diagram and ?arse capitalized
Can STORIED urn or animated BUST
BACK to ITS mansion call the
FLEETING BREATH? '
John A. Stone. '
1. What form of government has
England? France ? China? Bra
2. Where does the sun jump a day?
3. 'Mention three principal mineral
products of (a) England; (b) the
Rocky Mountain region of the United
4. (Mention an Important lake port
of (a) Ohio; (b) Michigan; (c) Wis
consin. 5. Locate (a) the Llanos of South
America; (b) Selvas; (c) the Pampas.
What sreat river drains each?
G. Which Is farther, twenty degrees
east or twenty degrees south from Ma
7. Name tho territories of the
8. What and where Is the Sargasso
sea? Explain Standard Time.
' 9. Name the caDltal of each state
that borders upon the state of Iowa.
10. What cargo would a Ship be
likely to c?rry from Odessa to Lon
don? Buenos Ayres to Llvprpool?
Manchester to Bombay?
ATCHISON WAS FIRM
By Associated Press e
New York, Feb. 9. Today'.? stock
market was frco from sensational
movements, but was fairly active. It
was evident that realizing was going
on on a liberal scale, especially In high
grade railroad stocks under cyyer of
the upward movement In some very
low priced stocks In both tho railroad
and Industrial lists. Among Itlje can
didates for favor In this department
were Standard Rope, Leather, Mexican
National and some other stocks of sim
ilar grade, which showed a continu
ance of yesterday's trenth.
Advances in Sugar.Tobaccq ancj gen
eral Electric also helped sustain the
market. Atchison was firm, and in the
last five minutes suddenly run up to
5GV4. At tho same time Union Pacific,
preferred .sold down sharply at &7.
Chicago Und Dastern Illinois pushed
up G'i points, ibut reacted 2' points,
and Louisville an'd Missouri ''Pacific
were rather firm. '
Steel stocks moved rather narrowly
The r?llroad bond market was hi
moit unprecedentedly active.
prices advanced more steadily thaht
those of stocks. Low grade specula
tive, or seml-speculatlvo bonds have
been in largest d,emand. U. S. regis
tered 2's declined l$i and 3's advanced
t ocr cent.
The total sales of stock was 503,000
By Associated Press. ,
Now York. Fob. 8. R. G. Dun &
Co. says; iloro seasonable weather
la the east has 'brought up the volume
of business In retail lines a llttlo this
week and, at jtho west and south the
distribution of merchandise l's or- a
satisfactory scale. ,
Prices of staple products show but a
moderato decline, an'd quotations of
manufactured goods are' steady in all
directions, the pressure to soil being
everywhere conspicuously absent.
Jobbers report good ordere for spring
goods. Only tho complaint still comoi
Will Close at 5:30.
Begining Monday evening, Jan. J4th, J 90 J, we will
close our store ever evening except Saturday at 5:30 P. M.
standard time. Saturday evening will be open until 8:30
standard time. This change is made to give our clerks their
evenings to rest at home with their families and ht in better
condition to wait on our customers in the day.
Yours for the best year our grand old city ever had,' 190.
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opp. Union Depot.
Friday, Feb. 15th,
One of the
between John Storm
and "Glory Quayle."
from the woolen goods market which
has not yet felt the expected stimulus.
In this lino, however, prices do not de
cline and agents expect better condi
tions. The large operations in the stocks of
leading steel companies; do not affect
volume of business or prices of their
products as yet, and probably will
have.no material influence In tho fu:
ture. Quotations will depend on the
rs'atlon of supply to demand which at
present give an undertone of great
Activity contlnuns la foot 'wear.
Jobbers are placing large contracts at
well sustained nrlces. Tho large num
ber of buyers In the Boston market in
dicates that heavy contracts -will be
Tho textile Industry did not revive
appreciably, even the olwer tempera
ture failed to Infuse life into woolens,
aside from better retail dealings,
(Manufacturers ?nake small purchases
of raw material, showing preferance
for tho cheaper grades, and even in
sisting on small concesslops. Cotton
goods are uniformly dull.
Wheat fell below 80 cents, ample
snow affording the desired protection
In wlntpr wheat stated; while tho
chief sunport was a better. Inquiry on
the foreign account, -'maintaining an
advanco of over 7 centijncompared wltlf
the s-vmo date of lastyear. &$M
Reported, by Charles R. Richardson,
.. Broker. 177 Front street.
O. H. L.
..141. 141 140
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Nothing but a local
rnmril) or chntiRo of
climate; will curo
The Spovlllo In
Ely's Cream Balm.
It Is quickly Absorbed .
(llvna Hnlfpf at once.
Oikhix and cleanscB
tho Nnnal Passages.
Hen Is and 1'rotoctH tho Membrnno. Hostoroa
thoSensos of Tnsto and Smell. No Morcur).
No InjuriouH druir. IieRiilar Size, SO cents;
Family Si7. $1,00 nt DrngRistK or by moil.
KLY IHtOTIinnS, 50 Wnrrou Stroot, Now York.
Noy 2-Vl Frl Sun.
NEW YOR.K STOCK EXCHANGE.
O. H. L. C.
Wheat, March ..87 78 78 78
Wheat, May. . .79 79 79 79
Corn, 'May. . . .44 44 44 i.-A
Resources, Decrease $4,476,200
Loans, Increase 23,481,200
Specie, Increase 3,065,400
Legals, Decrease. .' 1,372,500
Deposits, Increase 24,676,400
Circulation, Decrease ....... 87,200
BUTTER AND EGGS.
By Associated Press.
. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 8.-
22; eggs, 22.
Special to the Loader.
Toledo, O., Feb. 8. Wheat,
corn, 39; oats, 24.
By Associated Press.
San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 9. Four
favorites won. Wm. Cahlll today
sold Rolling Boer to Sam Hlldreth for
Six furlong's: Torasus, first; Roun
dle,, becond; High Hoe, third. Time,
Mile: Wyoming, first; Handycup
per, second. Owcnsboro, third. Time,
IMlle and three-quarters, hurdles:
Crddo, first; J. O. C, second; Nestor,
third. TJmo, 3:27.
California Oaks, Mile and one
eighth: Janice, first; Maresa. second;
Edna Brown, third. Time, 2:0.
Mllo and sixteenth: Vulcaln, first;
Tho Lady, second; Scotch Plaid, third.
Seven: Ada N., first; Dandy Jim,
second; Barnot, third. Time, 1:31.
By Associated Pros
Now Orleans. La.. Feb. 9. The
track was heavy. Lena A was the on
ly -winning favorite.
Mile: Geo, Bn Cox. first; .Ecomo,
second; Uhlors, third. Time 'l: 49.
Three arid one-half furlongs: Lena
A, first; Lou Woods, second; Miss
Charlie, third. Time, ,44. yH it
, Qtooplpohaso, short courso: Dlvert
isomen't, first; HarvolB., second; Iseu,
third. Time, 3:25.
Mile: Glen Lake, first; Moroni, sec
ond; Dissolute, third. Time, 1:46.
Seyen and ono-half furlongs: W. J.
Deboe, first; Miss Hanover, second,
Crolco, third, Tlmo, 1:33.
Six furlongs: Gollghtly, flr3t; For.
raunt.ffiecpadj UUtlo Duchoss, third.