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THE RAGE FOR TABLETS.
Itnrj- Tolit lir n Set of 1'iinr Upon t'li-
tlier'n Moiiiimrnt-lo mi Ohio
La Ji!7 80U: s,0Imach'"lnd,Be8,!on' WMouaneaB, conatipation
or an; .Tr:?' "00d' Notched or muddy skirt,
paired -K yS b8,W,, nd '
the1 iSSrii;:!-' - ,
on voUrfe(t ;":-:.:"".'"" uc. pun,y yur blood
J on your feet" aEal. Your appetite will returnyour boweis move eVu
larly, your liver and kidnev. coA . tm,u, . .. 7 ". Y e regu:
freshen aodyouwHHcel the 0 ene7gy gg '-and
For, Sale by : : A. J. Richards.
Laxakola la not onlv th mn., .tr-i ....... .'.
binea two medlclnca, viii laxative ind tonic .J? . 'em,d'. "M the moat economical, bicauso It com.
tt"ffiS o THE LAXAKOLA CO ,1J ft" S?ri tf W " Atl " Send I for I P
IK e ,T!" P to any addresi on kmIm fT2.' i -' aml mcn"n '" name of your dnicdst.
rs, F,mlly bouIe 0( Lakol ",tfV,cle"P,o "Luor'S "iXe? "" n'e' aU Char" pre
Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Weil Supplies
Boilers, fcngines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores
Long Distance 'Phone 237.
in all oil
STOEE AMD WAREHOUSE,
NO. 134 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO.
For a SUMMER CRUISE take the
to m A
tie lirtat.it r.rf.tllni j.t allllaadla
Four Trip, jr Weoi Between
raiosasv, "the son," uibqceiie
Special aorrlro on account of rao.amerl.aa
ipiiltl.n at lluffalo. will be operated diirlnir
dUIT anil ABimmf. lti-flt MnnuiU.. will I
mail. Ith 0 A Jl. I Jn on night and dar
trip., irti, i,r Bpo.lal Hal,.. '
"Yes, wc hnvo got the monument
!o father almost ready. It's tine,
tnd the tablets around the baso nro
"Yen, bronze tablets. They are his
lorleal, you lnov, and are meant til
)erpctuntc the events in whleh father
Ms personally interested, or else, in
terested by inheritance mostly tho
.otter. 1'ather always claimed that
:1s great-great-grandfather on his
nother's side married a daughter 'of
S'okomnkc, the grand sachem of, tho
Piowuys, and so one tablet reprc
lents a tall Indian, with father's face,
holding out his baud to help Colum
bus ashore," runs a story in tho
Cleveland 1'lnin Dealer.
"Isn't It? And then father nlwoye
bellowed that (ieorge Washington's
thief secret adviser was a great uh
:le of the family, and so on the sec
ond tablet we have a revolutionary
patriot in full uniform, with father's
features, recommending Oeorgc to
leeept the surrender of Lord Corn
tvallis." "How many tablets are there?"
'Tour. The third one shows tho
lusl.-and of father's gic'at-aunt in tho
'owboat with Commodore Terry, of
fering him a lead pencil with which
o write: MVe lime met the-enemy
md they are ours.' There is no
ioubt that he was somewhere in tho
neighborhood of T.ahe Krie at tho
'ime, and why shouldn't he have been
villi Verry? Of course, we bad tho
iriilptor ghe him father's Teatures,
specially father's peculiar squint."
vuui tin' lourtli tablet?"
"Well, perhaps you have heard that
father had u second cousin who was
i noted abolitionist? Yes, indeed.
Why, there uis an 'fnele Tom's Cab
W company that came our way years
ago, and they named one of the liiood
liounds after him. Called him Jerry.
Terry was father's second cousin's
name. He was the ugliest dog in tho
lot. Once he jumped the cakes of ice
too fast and chewed Kll.a's malce-be-lieve
baby all to rags. Well, we had
him Coiimii Jerry, not the dog put
on the last tablet, lie is reading tho
first draft of the emancipation proc
lamation to Abraham Lincoln. Tho
sculptor put father's face on him,
and shows him rending just the way
father used to read with one eye
most shut. Father always said that
Cousin Jerry would have 'improed on
the proclamation if he could have
had a hand at it."
"lie 'must have been quite a re
"Yes; he was. lint, really, don't
you think- the whole idea i" good
one? It sort of condenses and Idear
izes the historical surroundings, you
see, and pulls together, ns it were,
the happenings in which you were or
may have been r'eino.'lv m ntim-.
wise, connected. Ain't it?"
NATURE TELLS YOU.
As Many a MarleltaTeader Knows Too
When tho kidneys arc side,
Jsaturo tells you all about It.
riio urine la nature's calendar,
infrequent or too infrequent action,
n Any urinary troublo tells of kidney
hi?0""'8 K,,,no' PUl8 cre all kidney
Marietta people testify to this.
i,.i . J?' Snowdon, a master me
clmnlc of tho Marietta Transfer Co.,
Bays: "An accident at our place In
nl!!Mary' J899' Inld mc "P 'or two
, m1 wa? scrlosly injured and
socro kidney trouble ensued. Mrs.
hnowden learned about Doan's Kidney
I ills and got a box for mc at W. H.
Htycrs drug store, 210 Front street. I
commenced their use and the result
Proved thnt Doan's Kidney Pills aro
a remarkably effective remedy. Two
ioxes completely cured me. I cannot
speak too highly of Doan's Kidney
ror sale by all dealers; price 50
rents. Fostcr-Milburn Company. Ruf
laio. N. Y sole agents for the United
Itemembor the name Doan's and take
hvGiy tidy Uo.eekecper needs
"Tho Tidy Housekeeper," the lat
odt enmbinution cupboard and
kitchen cabinet,. Everything
neat, handy and compact, Call
and examine it at
U. & C. FURNITURE CO.,
Manufacturers' Agent for Marietta.
Ward-Nichols Block, Second Street.
Special to tho Leader.
Fremont, 0., Juno 13. The annual
commencement of the Fremont High
School occurs Friday evening and sev
eral members of the class will receive
diplomas that aro valueless, that Is,
they will not ho signed by the faculty
a., school board. These puolls have
not attained the necessary grade In
their four years' high school course,
but to prevent humiliation to them
selves and friends the board allows
them to graduate, after a heated ses
sion of several hours. The class this
year Is composed of 1G young men and
11 young women.
Marietta DivlRlnn. u
Trains Run by Central Standard Time.
Victory at I.nnt.
For ton long yea.-a I was a sufferer
with kidney dyspepia and rheuma
tism disease. I treated with many Co
lumbus doctors; took patent medicine.
No results whatever until I discovered
ard took ONE bottk of DENN'S
3UHE, SAFE and SfESDY CURE. In
three days I threw uovn my crutches.
Ordinary cases cured in one day.
Only 25 and 75 ccDts at A. J. Rich
ards and W. H. Sty. . SamDlet free
Btanley villa "
jva ,.,. "
Pletisnt City "
IUrd's Itun "
stona Creek "
('mini I.ovor.. "
Vnlley Junction or
RATS AND PLAGUE INFECTION.
.MciiNurcH A.IiJno! (o I'rcvenl
I.iiiiilinu of I)li-nNe-l,rnli-ii
Erery Day nnd
laturlon. rqnloml.ir1.lla ?rl.h.
ia, ue.orauoo ami Em.lenl ilf rvlee.
P?y and Kijtt Sorvlca P-etween
Fora SI. 00 Eaoli Direction.
Birtli. Jl.OIJ, $l.ii, Mit.reoui, 31.'2S.
Connection, are rnade at Cleveland with
jiri.:,t Tralna for all points East. Sonth
and South west, and at Detroit for all point.
lirth and Nnrtliwoit. Sl.MUY MflllT
inirs iiLKivo stasu.Not .linemen.
Band Za lor llloatrated I'amphlet. Addren,
A. A. 811U.MZ, 0. T. A., DRU01T, OllU.
oeiioii s Gieveicad Kair. co.
July I8.li to 2lst, 1901,
TICKETS WIM, in; doi.u
July 5th to 12tli inclusivo: also on July
Uth for such trains na deliver passen
gers to western lines at St. Louis,
-Beurdstown or other 13. & O. S-W. Junc
tion points on tho same day.
Before nuruhasinc ticket utn nn
othor lino cousult Agents B. & O. S-W.
K. It. for full particulars regarding stop
ovors and other accommodations. Com
ploto folder can be secnVed on applica
tion. o. p. Mccarty,
General Passenger Agent.
ItnlcH to ruii-Amerifiiii Kxpoilllioi tin
lltilliilo, liouheiler .V- l'lltNlmi-g lly,
Kates for round trip tickets from
Pittsburg to Buffalo, account Pan-American
Exposition on and after Juno
1st, will be as follows:
Season tourist tickets on sale ovcry
day at ?11.05, good returning to and in
cluding October 31st, 1901.
Tickets on salo every day at S9.20.
good 15 days.
Tickets on silo every day at S8.00,
good 7 days.
Tickets on sale overy Tuesday at
ifo.u, kuou inrca unys.
Excursion tickets from other points
on the P. R. & P. Ry. will bo sold on
abovo dates at proportionate rates.
Two tast solid vcstibulcd trains
leavo P. & W. Depot, Allegheny 0:00 a.
m. and 10:00 p. m. City tlmo; the
morning train Is equipped with high
back seat day coaches. Cafo and free
reclining chair cars, night train with
now roaches and latest patetrn of Pull,
Tickets" on salo at City Ticket offlco,
R00 Smlthfiold St., Cor. Fifth Ave., or
P. Sr. W. Depot. Allegheny.
ah inquiries ror information will ro
cclvo prompt nttention if addressed to
C. O. D. Pascault, Division Passen
ger Acont, COO Smithfleld St., Pitts
Till Juno - - a.
rnl of tobacco llnlne
bo made well, strong, magnetic, full or
You can be cured of any form of tobacco usini
casllr, bo made well, ttrontr. magnetic, fullo
new life and vizor Lv taklnir Nh.Tn.BMI1-
iiiat makes weak men strong, Many pain
cured. All .druggists, t'uro euarauleed. Boole
let and ndvln Mo.rteT a.;ie. ot-t.n. .
HllMirmeo ,:,"" " a awa,aM
.w w, v-iuwBprew vorit.
lood & Liver
Although the fact has been denied.
the I'.ritish sanitary authorities lime
.IM-ei'taincd by jiositive proof that
there was an intimate relation be
tween the presenceof infeetedrnNaiid
the spread of the plague in Chiiin. In
dia, Egypt and South Africa. The su
euinuhttiiig mass of testimony agniii-t
the ship rat as a carrier and diisem
inator of the plague, has induced the
local government board in London to
Issue a special circular on the subject
as a supplement to tho plague memo,
random published last autumn. TliH
insists upon the vital importance of
preventing the escape to shore of any
rats from a ship coming from susneet-
ed ports by eltherjieeplng her at a
distance from the wharf or establish
ing a strict watch upon all hmwrs
and cables, over which the rats fre
quently effect a landing, says a Lou
The board insists that Inquiry
should be made on board all ship-,
from infected ports as to the health of
the rats on board, even when there
has been no sickness nmong the crow,
and if any of them have been found
dead or dying means ought to be tak
en for the extermination of nil of
them and for thorough disinfection
before disembarkation of cargo. An
other point insisted upon is that the
bodies of dead rats ought not to bo
handled, but cremnted with the ut
most expedition. The circular closes
ns follow: "The authorities of sea
port towns invaded by plague should
endeavor to secure the destruction of
the rats in the town, at least those In
habiting the docks and quayside h.i re
houses. Measures should be taken to
guard against shore rats making their
way on board vessels lying in the port
and nttempt made todestroy all rats
on board ships about to proceed on
their voyage. Captains of ucli es
sels should be urged to take steps dur
ing the ensuing voyage for the de
struction of rats that maylr.ne re
mained alive on board their e.sel3
notwithstanding the a'ction of the lo
Big Oil Deal.
Special to the Leader.
Findlay. O., June 14. The blggcs. oil
deal that' has been consummated for
years was brought to a head last night
"hen the Elcho Oil company and Black
transferred their holdings to the Ohio
Oil company. The property involved is
leases on nine big farms in Portagr
and Liberty townships, this county,
aggregating 700 acres, with 50 produc
ing wells on tho tracts. The consider
ation is not given but Is supposed to
be in the neighborhood of $100,000.
Health for 10 Cents.
A lively liver, pure blood, clean
sKin, origin: eyes, perfect health
Cascarets Candy Cathartic will ob
tain and secure them for vou. Genu.
ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never
sold in bulk. "All druggists, ioc.
Springfield. O., Juno 11. A sensation
was caused hero yesterday afternoon
by the serving cf a notice on County
Prosecutor John IJ. McCi'ow by Samuel
Snyder, through his attorney, D. F.
Rclnoehl that ex-Prosecuting Attorney
H. W. Stafford lias drawn $1,150 and
Commissioner Jacob A. Illnckio S3.342.-
52 In excess of the amount duo them
and requesting that stops bo taken to
recover the amount through the courts.
Vnllrv.Tnnnf Inn I v.
t;iii.i Dover "
stono Creole... "
Bird's Hun "
Pleasant City "
Hello Vnlley "
South Olive "
Dexter City .... "
f 10 30
ho oi fi
MO 47 fi
a 05 i
f 11 09 f
17 30 12 371
f 12 45 f5 03
IDS S 13
f J 25 f5 22
f 1 57 fC OQ
H 45 f 5 36'
1 ib a W
f 2 57i f 5 57
3 25 f6 09
J 38 IS
4 30' 6
5 00, 6
I'M I r
B. & 0. J5-W. R Ft f
TIMi: TA1IT.E NO. Si, June 12.
Train Arrive nt nnd Dnt.nrt from Union
Central Stnudaril Time.
AMUVr WESTWARD. DEPABt
3 loam-Athens, Chllllcothe, 11 40nD
v. ,, Cincinnati, Louisville, pm
J oom fit. Louis and all points 130am
l 45 p m-Uelpre, Atliens, Chip a oo a in
.. nr Ilcothe.nnrl war stations.
.inpm i:olpro Atliom 11 oun
U 13,, in-nolpiu. A-ai neisourff. ! iO p m
7 Copra-Bel pre, Pa rhora- i 8 00 n m
burg, Chllllcothe. Ola- p
clnnatl, Louisville, St.
Louis, Chicago and all i
points west, south and
7 lOam-l'arkersburgandBelpre Local
7 oo pra-jiejpre, 1'arkersDurg, f5 00 am
,., anSa,u way stations.
v ".-aao pre, i-ancereburg, ! oo p ro
3 in, ,ar,aD,d New York.
3 ioa TParkersburp;, Wash- -6 oOp
am .. Phlladeltiula and New York
10 p oo m-Parkersburg, Wash- ll io d m
adelphla. New York,
Boston and all points east.
Mnrlctti and Parkersbiirg Local.
looo Cm li8,rppm
.,. w' 'Dally, t Except Sunday,
ersour" fMarlettal'l3'rlctu t0 p"
rtF.(JrJt!lrouBh tickets to all points In Mm '
tDaUetd1nrna4SaB',,CaDala aad Mexico? with Sf.
address? atl0nS et0" pIea3e caU
O.M. Payne, Ticket Agent. Marietta, ft.
o. ftifffi A""5SSffJ,-' Marietta, O.
Cincinnati. 6 ' ' --enger Agent.
t5 30'tS 15 12 05
5 60 7 13 2 25
6 02.f7 3212 37
f6 10 7 60 2 45
O 121B 1UI2 67
6 JJ! 8 20 A OK
f6 43 f 9 48
f6 49,f9 66
7 06,10 35
7 30,11 301 4 05
7 46 1 OO1 d 9s
VI 62f1 Q81 4 31
7 681 1 41 4 M
8 02T1 47
18 15f 1 58 4 50
B -1 16, 4 59
8 36 2 50 5 10
8 42 f 2 591
fB 60,13 241 5 25
8 M J 34 5 23
9 00 3 51 5 35
9 06,14 05 5 41
9 16 4 19 5 51
9 2a 4 53: fi on
IM 3413 II.UK IH
f9 4115 Vsl fi in
i nr. 10 00 S 45 6 35,
AM PM PM
lark rm Jfttni, P. H. Hon. light re, I. M. tlm.
Oonnoctloni lenve Newrumtriitann
Via I'ltlsblirirll lllvlmlnn Pnr Plllchimrh
nnd tho Piast, 2 43 ani.ni 31 nm. 2 17 pm. For
Uhrlohsvllle and Den n I son. f7 47 pm.
COT Columbus. s tt nm. PuFliilnmhtl, nf1
Cincinnati, ll 23 m..H 25 pm., Indianapolis
and Ht. LonK n 25 pra. For Columbus and
Connections leave Canal Hover via
Clcvrlniid & l'ltlslmrgli Division For
Liieveinna, uiiiilon and Fort Wayne Itouto
iMiiuio, i uiL-aBu, i-jiismirgn auu iniermeuiate
points, t7 20am and t250pm.
Dally. fExcept Sunday. fFlagstop.
L. V. LOREE, E. A. FORD,
Giaeral Maaigtr, Cmiral Passenger Igenf
ll-25-oo.-IN" PiTTsnor.au, Pennu.
For tlmo card?, rates of faro, through tickets,
baKRago checks, nnd further Information re
tarding the running of trnlnB, apply to any
igent of tho Pennsylvania Lluos.
An Excellent Combination.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A Costly I'liiK-iitT.
The most costly state fimerul which
has ever taken place was perhaps that
of Alexander the CI rent. A round mil
lion wab. spent in laying Alexander to
bis rest. The body was placed in a
collin of gold, illlcd with costly aro
matlcs, nnd a diadem was placed on
the head. The funeral enr-uns embel
lished with ornaments of pure gold,
and Its weight wossp great that it took
81 mules more thnu n year to convej it
from Babylon to Syria. Chicago
Tho pleasant method and beneficial
CffOctS of tho Well known l-nmoilir
Svnui of Fiob, manufactured by tho
Oalifounia Fio Sritur Co., illustrate
tho value of obtaining tho liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to bo
medicinally laxativo and presenting
them in tho form most refreshing to tho
tasto and acceptable to tho system. It
is tho ono perfect strengthening laxa
tive, cleansing tho system effectually,
dispelling colds, headaches nnd fevers
gently yot promptly and enabling ono
to ovcrcomo habitual constipation ner
mancntly. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub
stanco, and its acting on tho kidneys,
liver nnd bowels, without weakening
' laaamnuir II1UII1, iTlUICQ It. tllO lUCal
In tho process of manufacturing figs
nro used, as thoy aro pleasant to tho
tasto, but tho medicinal qualities of tho
remedy nro obtained from senna anil
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to tho Oamfounia Fio Syrup
Co. only. In order to get its beneficial
eilects and to avoid imitations, pleaso
printed on tho front of every package
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
I.OUISVTLIJJ, KTT. NEW YOUK, N. T.
For sale by all Drug8lst3. Price 60o. per bottlo.
SOLD BY BEAGLE AND LYTLE
AND A. J. RICHARDS, MARIETTA,
CAMnv rATUnwriw U
Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"somethlm; lust as eood."
The Safest, Sorest and Only
RELIAULU French REMEDY.
Price $1.00 per box. Pink wrapper.
mail, postpaid. Address Dr. Moreau & Co..
Brovni Btoa.' BIdg., S. Clinton St., Chicago, 111.
Sold By Beaglo & Lytlo and A. J.
Richards. Druggists, Marietta, Ohio.
nffalo, Rochester and
Exposition Line . .
THROUGH VESTIBULED TRAINS
Equipped with Pullman Sleopors, Hnnd
somo Day Coaches, Cafo and Re
clining Chair Cars.
Quick Time Superior Service.
From P. & W Station, Allegheny.
Columbus and Toledo Short t.i..
MARIETTA, COLUMBUS and CLEVELAND
(Formerly T. & 0. C. Ext. R. R.)
TTraioS. .arrive and denart from tho
?n station daily except Sunday.
Time card effective May 19th, 1001.
(Central Standard Time.)
D?art , Arrlvo
7.B5 a m Marietta 12.35 p m.
2'50 P , " 7.20 p m
x 2.25 p m-Columbus.. ..7.35 a m o
7.5o p m Columbus.. ..12.01 p m a
x 7.55 p m St. Marys, O. G 50 a m s
- '.oo v m micyrus 5.30 a m o
a u.ou ii m xoieuo..
11.45 p m Toledo..
x 8.25 p m Detroit..
COO a m Detroit..
7.30 a m Chlcatro..
x 7.00 a m Mackinaw Cy..ll.l5 a m a
I'l5 p m Mackinaw Cy.. 0.45 p m o
x G.OO a m Gr'd Rapids.. 7.00 a m o
1.50 p m Gra Rapids.. G.50 p m a
v.io p m l-etosKey. .
xll.15 a m Athens.. .
x 1.37 p m Gallipolis.
x.4.10 p m Charleston
xll.59 a m Corning..
5.20 p m Corning...
x 2.35 p m Lancaster.
7.45 p m Lancaster.
x 3.2S p m Clrclevllle.
x 5.22 p m Springfield
x G.15 p m Dayton...
x Leavo Marietta 7.55 a. m
Leave Marietta at 2.50 p. m.
o Arrive Marietta 12.35 p m.
s Arrlvo Marietta ..20 p. m.
All trains have been furnished with
entire new equipments. The time has
been shortened and closer connections
made with Ohio Central and other rail
roads and boat lines.
For information regarding r9tes,
routes and connections call or address
G. M. PAYNE, L. W. JAMES,
City Ticket Agt. Genl. Pass. Agt.
. 7.30 a m a
. 7.30 p m o
.10.00 p m a
. 5.00 p m o
.10.35 p m a
. u.35 a m s
. 4 21 p m s
. 2.04 p m s
.11.40 a m 3
.10.05 a m o
. 2.20 p m s
. 7.40 a m o
.10.00 a m s
..9.12 a m a
.10.30 a m s
u.53 a m s
Ohio River Railroad.
Time Table Effective Nov. 25th, 1904
(Eastern Time )
d7:47 a. m to Wheelln
10:36 a. m to Now MartinsvilH
dl2:45 p. m to Pittsbur anrl Plnl
d3:51 p. m...Wheellnjr and Int nolnu
5:19 p. m., Ohio Valley Express Pitta-
burg and East.
6.12 p. m..Sistersville and int. points
9.07 p. m New Martinsville and Int
8:56 a. m to Parkersbura
all: 17 a. m to Parkersburg
12:03 p. m Ohio Valley Express to
Huntington and Cincinnati.
;?:35 P. m to Kenov
:H m o Pt Pleasant
.Z:r p" m to Parkersburg
9:54 p. m to Parkorsburg
D dally. daily except Sunday.
L. E. CHALENOR,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Eastern Standard Time. I Leave.
Buffalo, Ilochester, Pun.
O. & L. K. R. B.
TIME CAED iy EFFECT DEC. Jnd. 1?RIS
8 SO am
8 67 am
7 IS am
1 15 am
8 03 am
9 11 am
11 85 a m
2 00 pm
11 55 am
VI... TtnOnla .....1 1, J
oji. Ajuuuia auu xruu-
Panxsy and DuBoIs Ac-
Buffalo and Rochester
9.00 a ra
f 4.10 p in
fll.00 a m
7.30 a m
Dally. tWeek Days.
9,00am train has Cafe andfreoRec lining Chair
Cars. FuUman Sleeplntc Cars on 10.00 p m train
between PltUhnrch nml ltii(T..l tIiii....i:
and Rochester. " "u""'
Ticket OOIce, 600 Smithfleld St., cor. Fifth
s!q.LAPEy, C. O'D PASCAULT,
Gen. Pass. Agt., Diy. Pass, ABt.,
Hoeheater. N. Y. Plltibuwn, Pa,
" Columbus .. .
S 13 p ra
S 85 pra
i 10 pm
4 S3 pm
s 40 pm
7 SO p ra
7 00 am
8 25 pm
7 00 pm
11 15 pm
8 49 am
0 13 am
10 04 a ni
S W p Hi
4 58 pm
5 J8 pm
5 56 pm
All Trains Dally oxcept Sunday.
Nos. 70 and 7i make close oonnsutlom
Zanesville with tho B. A o. and l'n H,ri
trVni8n1SS?,1,n,Mliu,0 (:Wl"i rl the W"
L. I.. I1ARKI8QH. General Pajmnnire A rent
Examination of Teachers
E?n liS?i,p Vif V" f h??ls ?l Washington County
will be held In the Marietta High School Kootri
on the second Saturday of each month oxcent
January, July and August. "ep
J. A, STONE, Marietta, Ohio.
President Board of School Examlnera.
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