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Our Great Mill Remnant Sale on Merchandise for
the past ten days proves to us that our methods of selling;
goods aie appreciated by the people of this city and vicinity.
In order-to make this sale more attractive the coming weeks,
we have added the following new inducements:
On all purchases of $1 00 and not, exceeding $2.00. one
full fare Street Oar Ticket will be jiivpii or one full fare
Ferry Ticket. On purchases of $2.00 and upwards two
full faro Street OarTickets or two full fare Ferry Tickets
, will bo given
Persons holding Odette Tickets can have them punched
during this sale. '1 his means that you van make great
Baviugs in addition to getting your picture enlapged
Free of Cost.
Mill Remnants means atremendous saving to the purchasing public. They are
nds of the goods trom the looms to us and are in different lengths and lots of all
other goods and offered at half the regular prices.
New Lots of Goods Being
nrr, FINE STRAW HATS at 17c, 25c and 33c.
OLL Iprjce. LINEN HATS, 15c, 19c and 25c.
,js.,,A Large Stock of Clothing,.....
dispyed on our first iloor aud will be sold at prices never made in
the history of the clothing business in this city.
1000 REMNANTS OF WORSTED DRESS GOODS from one and
one-half yards to seven and one-half yards -quality good rang
ing in price from 10c a yard to $2 00 a yard
This is the Greatest Sale we have ever made the Greatest
Values, the Greatest Vadety, the Greatest inducements "he
Greatest satisfaction ever given to our customers.
Trip Free To UNB Customers i
During this bale wo will pav return fare to purchasers of ho and upwards of
goods to Stauley villo and Whipple, ou the Pennsylvania R. It., and
all points to Belpre on the B. &. O. S. W. and all points to Lowell
on the O. & h. K. It. It., and all points to St. Marys on the O. It. R.
R., and to all points to Dunbar on the M. C. ii C. It. It., and on purchases of
$10.00 and upward to all points to Caldwell on the Pennsylvania R. R.
and to al points to Roxbury on the 0. & L. K. R., and to all points to
Sistersvllle on the O. R. R., and to all points to Sharpsburg and Ame3Vlllo on
the M. C. C. R. R.; and on all purchases of $15.00 and upward to all
points to Malta and McConnelsville on the O. & L. K. R. R.; and all purchases
of $20 and upward to all points to Canioridge on the Pennsylvania R. R
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Nos. J 694 7 1 FRONT ST.,
By Associated Press.
Brooklyn, July 1. St. Louis beat
Brooklyn in ten innings by better all
round playing. The visitors tied the
score in the eighth and won out In the
tenth. Attendance 1000.
St. Louis 10
" Batteries Harper and Ryan;
McJames and Farrell.
By Associated Press.
Philadelphia, July 1. Both Phlladel
phla and Pittsburg played a perfect j
fielding game and the home team's run
resulted from a forced hit a single and
a long ny. uononue Kepi ms ui
scattered. Attendance 2055.
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 0 0 0
Philadelphia 1 4 0
Batteries Chesbro and Zlmmer,
Donohue and Jacklitch.
By Associated Press.
New Yoik, July 1. New York won
from Chicago through timely batting.
Doyle in the sixth leaped into the right
field stand and assaulted a spectator.
He Injured his hand and had to leave
Chicago 4 7 1
New York G 11 3
Batteries Taylor and Kling; L.
Taylor and Warner.
REDS LOST TWICE.
By Associated Press.
Boston, July 1j Boston won two
games from Cincinnati today. Phil
lips, in the first, was very easy. New
ton's wildness in connection with some
wretched tieldlng by the visitors in the
second, gave Boston three runs and the
game. Attendance 2500.
R. H. E.
Boston 9 11 2
Cincinnati 1 5 3
Batteries Nichols and Klttrldge;
Phillips and Bergen.
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(3 stories) MARIETTA, O.
R. H. E.
Boston 4 C 0
Cincinnati 2 8 4
Batteries Dineen and Mornn; New
ton and Bergen.
By Associated Press.
Baltimore, July 1. Baltimore de
feated Boston in the prettiest 'game
see here this season. Seymour made a
sensational catch in the seventh, rob
bing the visitors of an opportunity to
tie the score. Attendance 2051.
R. H. E.
Baltimore 7 11 2
Boston 5 8 0
Batetrles Nops and Robinson; Cup
py, Lewis and Criger.
TIED THE SCORE.
By Associated Press.
Washington, July 1. By a hatting
rally in the eighth and ninth Innings
Washington tied The score with Phil
adelphia. The game was called on ac
count of darkness at the end of the
ninth. Attendance 1587.
R. H. E.
Washington 13 15 3
Philadelphia 13 19 4
Batteries Lee and Carrick; Frazer,
Mllligan, Plank and Powers.
A GOOD GAME.
By Associated Press.
Milwaukee, July 1. Milwaukee hit
Sparks hard in tho first and fourth,
thereby taking a good lead which the
home team was unable to overcome.
Fielding on both sides was clean and
sharp. Attendance 5000.
It. H. E.
Milwaukee ,...5 9 3
Cleveland 8 11 0
Batteries Sparks .Hustlng and Con
ner; Hart, Hoffer and Woods.
Columbus, B; Grand Rapids, G.
Indianapolis, 10; Dayton, 2.
Ft. Wayne, 10; Toledo, G.
Wheeling, 7; Marion, 8. Five in
nings were plnyed when Marlon object
ed to the peculiar delivery of Klllen
and refused to play. Tho game was
given to Wheeling, 9 to 0.
Edncato Voar Doweli Vlth Cnacaretf.
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever,
too, 25c. It a C. O. fall, druggists refund money.
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Beeswax, broken In pieces and put
within the folds of white woolens and
white silks when laid hwnyj will over
come any tendency toward yellow
ness, says the Brooklyn Kagle.
An experimenting housewife has
discovered that grape juice imparts a
delicious llnvor to ice cream.
Small decorative boxes for the
work or- dressing table nrc now di
vided inside as a rack, into which arc
slipped in nn upstanding row either
cards wound with baby ribbon in
variegated tints or fancy winders' in
cut cardboard. bone or ivory, filled
with hewing silks of different colors.
Thlc makes it eaty to liurriedly single
out, when dressing, the shade re
quired for replacing, bay, the drawn
ribbon suddenly, broken or slipped oft
from a fashionable blip bodice, or tho
silk needed fur n hasty stitch or
shaded embroidery. These dainty
and useful receptacles are frequently
evolved from bonbon boxes, anil are
covered with figured bilk or art linen,
in white or gay tints and decorated
with a spray of forget-me-nots or a
cluster of violets and pansies.
A cupful of cold boiled rice added
to any breakfast muflln mlxtjure or
pancake batter adds a very agree
able touch of variety.
Some new dessert dishes in frosted
silver are in the form of large wide
opened daisies, the (lowers forming
the dish, the stem the foot.
Before using a sponge beat it and
shake it well, then let it remain in
cold water all night, next day rinse it
through two or three fresh waters
to remove all sand and dust. If I
becomes sticky and slimy after us-
ing. soak in warm water with nmnio
ni'a in it, a teaspoonful of liquid am
monia to a pint of water being the
riirht nronortion: let it lie in this an
'hour, then rinse first in warm, then
in cold water; set it in a current ot
air to dry. A sponge should always
be set where it will dry thoroughly.
THE FAMILY LIBRARY. ,
Mm He Mnilo One of tin- Mont At-
trni'lttt IVntnrcM In Hit
The library is now within the reach
of all classes. Competition between
the publishers and the multiplicity
of nulhors has former banished the
day when a small volume was u iu--ur.v,
and the book-stalls lime placed
treasures of literature where the
poor may reach theni, says Har
yot Unit Cahoon, in Woman's
lloine Companion. The poor in
purse may become rich in spirit.
Honks are so cheap that they often
materialize in the hand of those who
lnio them; and sometimes the pos
sessor hardly knows how or whence
they come. So the library has not
only become a feature of the home,
but n necessity. , The collection of
books is bound to be made. It comes
without efTort. There is always room
for one more hook, and the first thing
you know then; is a easeful, and by
and by the case rnns over and an
other case maternlies from some
where. Maybe the family carpenter
nails it together, ami sonic one eisu
"ives it a coat of paint; later on the
books crowd that case; hnally 'there
ia a roomful,, .and lo! you have a li
brary. You make room for the books
Ileil HeniiK. Troiilenl Stjle.
What a pity it is that the red or pink
bean is not more in use in the United
States. In Mexico and among the
Spanish Californias no meal is com
plete without them. They are a
palatable dish, and do not require the
boiling that white beans do. Put three
cupfids of these beans into boilinghot
water, nnd do not pour this water off;
let them boll until done. Be careful
to add hot water from time to time to
prevent burning. Slice into the beans
a dried Chili pepper, or more if you
can stand it. When the beans are thor
oughly cooked put a generous supply
of pork or bacon fat into a frying pan,
and w lien boiling hot pour in the boiled
beans. Salt to tasle, and ndd enough
hot water to make a rich brown
gravy. To vary this dish sometimes a
fried" onion is' given as an adidtional
llav or. Washing! on Star.
Cold chicken or veal cutlets maybe
made intoa decorative dish by forming
a ring of potato on each and filling the
space with gree.n peas, For a pint of
meat make a panada of one cupful of
milk, two heaping tablespoonfuls of
Hour, one large tablespoonful of but
ter, one teaspoonful of chopped pars
ley, one teaspoonful of onion juice, and
salt anil paprika to taste. When it is
done mix the meat with it, and when
very cold form it into cutlets. Boll
them ii egg and breadcrumbs. On the
top of each squeeze with a pastry hag
a ring of hot mashed potato, with
which has been mixed beaten egg, and
bake until a golden brown.. Fill each
space witli green peas, seasoned with
cream, salt and pepper, Cincinnati
Mary In ml llreakfnst llolln.
Boll and mash six potatoes and sift
into them one quart of Hour. Add
three well-beaten eggs, one teacup of
butter nnd one cake of yeast orhulf a
cup of baker's 3 east. Let rise over
night. In the morning break off small
bits, roll quleklx In your lingers nnd
make them envelope shaped, putting
a bit of butter under the turned-over
lid. Let rise ngain nnd hake in a very
hot oven. Good Housekeeping.
Kxnmiilu tn Home I'pople,
Miss Trill I love to hear the birds
lack Downright (warmly) So do T.
They never attempt a piece beyond
their ability, Stray Stories.
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Ice Cream Supper.
On Saturday evening, July 13 at tho
K. of P. hall In Barlow an lco cream
Bupper will bo given for tho benefit of
Mrs. Iaura Anderson and children,
whoso 'homo was recently destroyed by
fire. An Invitation Is extended to all.
Wo will par ttio abovo toward for any caga of
liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Bick Ilcadoche,
Indigestion, Constipation or Costlvcncss wo
cannot euro with Llvcrlta, the Up-To-Dato
Llttlo Liver Pill, when tho directions are strict
ly complied with. They are puroly Vegetable,
nnd never fall to glvo satisfaction. E3o boxes
contain 100 Pills, 10a boxes contain 40 Pills, Be
boxes contain 15 Pills. Dewaroof substitutions
and imitations. Sent by mall. Stamps taken.
NEIWITA lir.DICAIi CO., Cor. Clinton and
Jackson Sts., Chicago, 111. bold by
Sold By Beagle & Lytlo and A. J.
Richards, Druggists. Marietta, Ohio.
New Case Filed.
Tho Champion Iron Company have
entered suit against Plontus Q. Shrake
for $351.81 and interest on other sums,
on account. Jaspei Llsk Is attorney
for the plaintiff.
Avoid the Heat and Dust. ,
When you go East by traveling via the
D. & C, the Coast Line. The new
steel passer.ger steamers leave St. Ig
nace, Mackinac, Cheboygan and Al
pena four times a week for Detroit, o
ledo, Cleveland, Buffalo, Pittsburgh,
New York, Cincinnati, and all points
Bast, South and Southeast.
A. A. SCHANTZ, G. P. A.,
Challenge the Town. .
The employes of the Lohdell Rim
Works have organized a base ball team
and hereby Issue a challenge to play
any team In the city on Friday next.
Address or call on E. C. Angert, 509
Ice cream furnished for picnics, so
cials and parties with special prices on
Ave gallons or more. Snow Ball Gar
den. Bell phone 194.
May 23 eod ex Sun.
TRUNK BLOWS UP.
Hiikkiiik SiiiiihIipi-h at Aliunde IIIkIi-
IiiiiiIk 'ire 11 led tn u SciihiiI loulll
uml llniiKProiiH Surprise.
When the steamer Monmouth, of
the Sandy Hook line, discharged its
load of shore resort passengers with
their great piles of trunks on the
long pier at Atlantic Highlands a lit
tle after 11 o'clock the other morn
ing one of the trunks, which had just
been thrown into the baggage car
of a train for Heabright, suddenly ex
ploded with a terrific crash that
jarred the pier and shook the train
for half its length. Andrew Keener,
the baggageniaster of the train, who
was handling the trunk, was hurled
half-way across the car and badly in
jured. He was burned more or less
from head to foot, and among other
injuries had a rifle bullet through his
leg, which had come from a number
of loose cartridges in tin trunk.
Two other baggage handlers, who
had helped lift the trunk in and were
standing on the pier with their heads
a little above the level of the bag
gage car door, were also badly singed
by the great sheet of flame which
shot out of the car door.
The hair of one of these men was
burned completely oiT below the line
where his caji titled about his head.
The hair and whiskers of flic other
were also singed.
ROMEO USED TO THE CITY".
Full rnwii hhrrp Which Follows
New York 31 un Around Crowded
MrtM-tN lIUe a Vet Dojf,
A young man with a sheep that fol
lowed him like a pet dog attracted
attention on Broadway, near Forty
second street, Xew York city, the oth
er afternoon. The sheep, which was
full grown, wore a collar, and, al
though undismayed by Jhe cj-ovvds,
seemed to take considerable interest
in his surroundings. The 'young man
and his novel pet walked down to
Thirty-fourth street nnd turned
across toward Kighth avenue. The
sheep was evidently used to the bus
tle and confusion, nnd deftly picked
its way through the mass of cable
cars, carriages and other vehicles
with as much unconcern as a dog
would have done. The young man
"I am much attached to Borneo,
who is faithful and accompanies me
wherever I go. I raised him myself,
and 1 would not part with hi in for
anything. 1 live In a flat up town, nnd
the neighbors are used to Borneo and
think almost as much of him as I
Munntronldt-N All the Iln(te.
There must be a rage for medical
monstrosities, judging from the Au
tocolsky sale ut Paris. The collector,
a sculptor with eccentric tastes, ac
cumulated tilings that 19 nut of 20
would not pick up. At tho sale these
monstrosities fetched $S0,00O. To
show how much such things have
gone iij), it brasschuiiilelier made of
a shapeless lion, bestrode by n shape
less limn, fetched $1,31)0. A few years
ngo it sold for 5."40. A fourteenth
century nqminmnile, also in inctul,
fetched $S00; jib years ago its price
Wnntait A Wire
Must be strong ana never have a lame
back. DR. RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB
LOTS stop tho pain at once and cure
permanently. Sold by Beagle & Ly
tlo and A. J, Richards, druggists. Marl-
'otto, Ohio. ,
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The Marietta Paint & Color Co.
Wholesale and Retail.
Mixed Paints, all shades. Lead, Oil and Varnishes. Liquid
and Paste Fillers, special shades. Brushes, Floor Paints, and
Floor Varnishes, Varnish Stains. Oil Stains and Shingle
Stains. Gold, Silver, Aluminum Leaf and Bronzes. Wall
Paper, latest Designs and Patterns at BARGAIN
Phone No. 340 Sales-oom, No. J 82 Front St.
CHAS. F, DA BOLD, Manager
We have IN STOCK adjustable Awn
ing and Drop Curtains that will fit all
Windows, Door3 and Porches. Otn be
put up on one day's notice.
Also take orders for all styles of Store Awnings, Tents, Ourtain3
and Canvas Coverings.
HAGAN & SCHAB,
249251 Second St.
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We are exclusive agents for the Milwaukee mowers and
binders, also dealers in general hardware, stoves, paints,
screen doors, refrigerators, &c. Tin ork and general job
bing a specialty.
9 Maple Street, West Side, Marietta, O.
MANUFACTURE EVERYTHING REQUIRED FOR
Oil and Gas Wells, Pipe Lines, Refineries
Steam, Gas and Water.
PITTSBURG, BRADFORD, OIL CITY, PA.J
'Squire Kidd's Court.
Monday afternoon tho case of It.
Whiston against Jno. Herhes for pos
session of certain property on Seventh
street, alleged to have been rented by
plaintiff to the defendant for the sum
mer, was heard. The decision was re
served until Wednesday at 1 o'clock.
Also the suit of J. W. Holden
against A. C. Nelson for services aa
bookkeeper. A judgment was given
the-plnintiff for $115.07.
Danger in Delay.
Don't delay when the first symptoms
of Kidney troubles nppear. Ask your
druggist for a boof DeBell's Kidney
Pills, prepared expressly for all kidney
troubles such as Lumbago, Backache
and all urinary troubles. A week's
trial will of times cure mild cases. Take
a box or two and your kidney trouble
will disappear. Sold on a positive
guarantee No Cure, No Pay. Price
25 cents per box.
For sale by tho Klrby Drug Company.
Still Going up.
By Associated Press.
Cleveland, O., July 1. Another ad
vance of seven cents per gallon was
announced in prices for linseed oil to
day by the American Linseed Oil Co.
Tho increase for tho last month has
been about 25 per cent.
$1,000 will bo paid to anyone who
produces as good an all-round life sav
er as Rocky Mountain Tea made by
Madison Medicine Company.
Ask your druggist.
A Name Stricken.
This is to certify that at a meeting
of the Marietta Trades and Labor
Council, Friday, Juno 28th, tho name
of F. S. Turner was Btrlcken from
tho non-patronlzlng list and Is now in
good standing. Tho trouble was caus
ed by his employing non-union paint
ers. F, S. Turner has agreed that
here afer he will employ none but or
ganized labor to perform his work.
J. L. TOLLER, Gen. See.
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S. of V- Serenade
After the conclusion of business Mon
day night, the members of Dawe3
Camp Sons of Veterans proceeded in a
body, headed by the dntm corps, to
.tho home of their newly-married
brother, Harry Babb, on the West Side,
and tendered himself nnd wife a sere
nade. A pleasant time was enjoyed by
all in attendance, and the way tho
drums did heat and the fifes did play
was a merry caution.
The Greatest Purifier.
De Bell's Kidney Pills euro all dis
eases of the kidneys. That Is why Do
Bell's Kidney Pills cure Brlght's dis
eases, Diabetes, Rheumatism, Neural
gia, Heart disease. Female troubles and
Urinary and Bladder complaints.
These diseases are the results of un
healthy or disordered kindneys. De
Bell's Kidney Pills euro invariably and
finally. They have never failed yet.
No Cure, No Pay. Price 25 cents per
For sale by tho Kirby Drug Company.
Must not Delay it.
By Associated Press.
Washington, D. C, July 1. Secre
tary Hitchcock has decided that there
Is 'no authority for permitting a delay
until Ooct. 1st In tho opening of tho
Wichita Indian reservation In Okla
homa by certain cattle Interests.
A little life may he sacrificed to an
hour's delay. Cholera Infantum, dys
e'.iry. dlarrhota cvme suddenly. Only
safe plan Ik to have Dr. Fowle.-'s Ex
tract cf Wild Strawberry always ou
Another New Gamp.
Col. H. V. Speelraan, of tho Ohio
Division Sons of Veterans, has approv
ed tho application for a charter for a
new camp at Brooklyn, a suburb ot
Cleveland. This camp will have a
charter membership of sixty. .
It Is expected that new camps will
Boon be organized at Lancaster, Miner
va, Elyrla, Somerset, Ironton, Salem,
Cambridge and Nowcomcratown.
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