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AUDITORIUM
M. G, HEIPEL. Mcr.
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VyKtE3tAV, SCfTliiMDdti 18, ifloi.
; Hiiights of Pythias.
iV&fltlllioli to the- (Jidcr inibllsiicd
sbntftfday requesting; lodges to hold
iflertidrlal meetings, Grand Chancellor
Ellclrtvbbd hug issued the following or
A rbfilUvo'to Thursday.
Marietta, O., Sept. 17, 1001.
to -Office and Members ot tho Or
dbr o Khlfcltt of Pjtlilus ot tlio Do
ihau of Ohio.
GREETING.
Wiiercno, liln Excellency, tho Prcsl
dcttt'jhld 111b Governor bf Ohio havo
fi"Jt ftiWl aiid desigrtttted THUUday,
iifcptomber 10, 1001, to bo observed as
a ddy sacred to the memorj ot our
laic President, William McKltiloy, and
ncilevl'n that our order, of which he
wnbia consistent member, should In
nn ajibropriatc manner pay knightly
and fraternal. regard to his memory,
I, therefore request all subordinate
lodges, of this domain, where so situ
ated, to assemble on slid dny, attend
arid "participate In audi sen Ices and
e i ciecs as n ay be provided by the
good 'people of our state.
Fraternally submitted,
L. W. ELLENWOOD,
Grand Chancellor.
I
TOUCHING
Scenes Along Route of Fun
eral Train.
A SOimoWFUL. SIGHT.
By Associated Press.
, SUnbury, Pa., Sept. 16. Passage
through this "city (which is midway
between WilllaniBport antt Harris
burg), wna a sorrowful sight. Third
street, through which the Pennsylvan
ia' Railroad runs, was literally cover
ed Wfth flags and bunting ail heavily
draped In crape. All business was
s'Uspendbd and the entire population
was on ctliler side of the street.
Thfcre was dead silence as the train
passed slowly through the throng,
nil hats w6rfr lifted many eyes were
wet and all bowed their heads.
, REMARKABLE SPECTACLE
By Associated Press.
' HarTlBburg, Pa , Sept. 1G The
tiatn reached Harrisburg at 4:45 and
resumed its journey five minutes Intel-.
During the wait at Union Sta
tion a choir of 300 sang "Nearer My
GoU'toiThco" and "America." Com
panies b and I, eighth regiment, N.
U. P. find Governor's '" troop's were
drawn iij) along tho track and stood
present arms as tho train passed
through". About 30,000 persons crowd
ed about the station. Business gen
erally was suspended from 4:30 un
tlf 5:00 p.m. Numerous bells were
tolled during that period. A remark
spectacle was presented as the train
moved across tho long bridge span
lng the Susquehanna from Harrisburg.
On either side of the stream, up and
dowii,;.for a mile, tho bauks teemed
v)Jth 'legions of people. On the sur
face of tho river. In a flotilla of row
bpatB and yachts, hundreds more look
ed up at the train. Again at York
tner train moved for half a mile be
tween the avenues of solid humanity
and the windows and house-top3 were
olive with people.
NIGHT CAME ON.
fly 'Atsoclatcd Press
Washington, Sept. 1C Night tame
on1 as the train sped from Yolk to
Baltimore without a stop and in tho
darkness only flickering lights were
bee'i 'along1-the way, but tho tolling
0(t bellB be-spoke that manifestations
ot sorrow were still going on. As the
train drew InU) Baltimore the black
mabsfes of people were seen ranged up
djtjhe huge viaduct which spans tho
llhe'bi the road, and at every btrect
cHjsslng a living tide surged up to
tfie(trhln. Ncarlng the station tho
locolriollvc literally ploughed Its way
ajnoiig iiowcrs, for the great masses
of DloBBoms were strewn along the
pathway of the train. Inside the
elation the Iron railing held back the
shrglng multitude.
1A's the train slowed up "Nearer My
Oo tdjThee" again aroae. A moment
later the train, was orf for Its flnai
dfclitlhaUbn. At Baltimore the entire
njke-up of the liain was reversed.
jBhorllyr before 8:30' o'clock, the dls
tittt lights or the capital came into
view." ,Tlib train ran thrbtigh the
Bjlb'iirbo and tlid Itnols of people along
1F'S way gradually swelled to hund
r'd3hhd lilcn tb thosuands, at 8:43
ttto'iraln ran into tho station rdutid
wnlchja great concourse was waiting
to receive the dead.
CalarrlU Catarrh! Catarrh.
All druggists are autlidrize'd by the
manufacturers of Tiunscng' Cream Ca
tarrhal to refund tho money if it falls
to- cure any dSso of Nasal Catarrh, Ca
tarrhal Deafncsi or Catarrh of the
aead, no matter of bow long standing
nefappllc'atldfl gives' ease and rest.
Contains no mercury or other InJUriotra
drUg. Dunnen's Cream Catnrrlial Is a
new discovery and )a the only Catarrh
remedy sold dn' it positive gaftrdntco.
No euro. No pay. Price 50 cents.
Vat Mid by the KIrby Drug Company.
'"Tire Wfltch on the Rhine," at tho
JMitv-rJuiBj tonight, .. S-J -
JOHNSON "I Thought I
ANNUAL
Sunday School Conventions in Fearing
and Liberty Townships.
FEARING TOWNSHIP.
The rifth Annual Convention or the
Fearing township Sunday School Ah
eotlntion met at the Lynch M. E.
Church, Sept. 11. In the nbsci.ee of
Miss Lizzie Atlicy, Miss Alzorah
Palmci picildcd. After tho dcotlon
al cncicIscs the Rev. Ross Sullhan
mado a good addicss on "What tan
be done to maintain tho Sabbath."
God only demands one seventh of mil
line in -ictual devotion and woiahlp,
and cMdrcn should be taught that it
is a privilege to obscivc the Sabbath
and not a duty.
Some other woik wjs attended to
and then wo adjourned till aftci din
ner after which we listened to an In
tel cstlng talk en Home Department by
the County Sccritaiy, Miss Alzoiah
Palmer She rcpoits that depart
ment ab growing rapidly in the county,
fcnd a' great help wheicver used.
She spoke ..especially, qX tlio cones
pomlcnlo ijeiMs&licr 10 wt?. having mem
bci3 In Missouri, "Tcas'"aniiTlort(la."'
After this'Miss Mary Coiner gac a
good talk on the "Cradle Roll."
Then tho Rev. G. W. Athey addi eased
us on "Tno Pother's place In the Sun
day School woi k." It is the Father's
place to tay come to tho Sunday School
lather than to fay go, and the Father's
example of attendance at the Sunday
School Is far reaching. The church
of tho future will be what the Sunday
School makes it and the work of the
parent fs more lasting than any mon
ument that con be cifctcd.
In tno evening the pilnclpal ad
dress1 was given by Mr. EUon James.
It Was a levlew of the woik of tho
Sunday School since tho cailtcst con
ception by Rob'crt Ralkes He bald
the Sunday School has a broadnr
field than' simply of tcaihing Blolo
truths; goes beyond the day-bchools
inculratlng tii'ths that can be had in
no otiiei way The uuecebb depends
upon the co-opcralion of paicVitb with
teachers and officers. After a talk
by the countj woiker a Round Tuble
was conducted by the Rc. Ross Sulli
van. The officers are ab follows:
President, Miss Addle Kitld, Stanlcy
ilb. '
Vice President, Mr. Ford Palmer,
Marietta. ,
Secretary and Treasurer, Jennio
Young, Cay wood.
Home Secretary, Miss Lizzie Mlny,
Caywood.
Noimnl Secretary, Mis. M. P. James,
Caywpod.
'J'Jils was a i; otl convention with 'l
fair attendance, and promises to do
good work JuiJiif; the year.
CABINET
HtM ks IHIliI k ,
Meets witii president KDoseveit in
Washington for First Tie.
Dy Associated Press.
Washington, Sept, 17. President
Roosovclt this afternoon com cued his
nrst cabinet meeting held In Wash
ington. At this n ccting lie asked tho mem
bcis of President McKiulcy'a cabinet
to retain tholr respective poitfollos
throughout this term and announced
that his administration would follow
tlio policy jutlfncd by Prcbldcnt Mc
Klnlcy In his Buffalo speech, " fho
Was Cutting a BJg Sath.V
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP
Libcity township held Its Sumlj
School convention at tho Christian
chunh at Dalzcll, Sept. 13 and 14.
Fiiday t venlng the tlevotlcnal sei
viccs wcic followed by an addtess of
wolf omo by Mr. E. Giilfin. He le
fcirca to tho value of Ihc Sunday
School and its lnlluoncp for good and
welcomed us among them hoping that
wo miglt both bring and find good
things. Then followed a very good
pioginin of cssuys and lccitatlous In
tel spci bed with songs, all furnished
by the various schools.
Aftir the dcvotionul services Fii
day morning an address was given by
Mi. Giiffln on "Necessity of teaching
thi Bible," as its influence is foi good
and onl good wo mast teach it if wo
would have tho bent manhood and
womanhood. Next was an address by
J. A. Ribeits on "What is tho respons
ibility ot parents to childieu in rc
gaid to Sunday School attendance;
''The parents must say come and not
go to tho children iorwo must win,
io drive them. Christians aic call
fed the salt of the earth and chribtian
paicnt3 aic tho antiseptic that is go
ing to mak? the world sweet and gut
lid of clime.
Aftor tho basket dinner tho pro
gram was resumed and after devo
tional exercises by tho Rev. O. W.
Hawkins camo an able address by
Dr. A. W. 3Hn& on "Unconscious In
fluence." He referreJ to the story ot
Biuco and thoant, also to Haw
thorne's btory of the "Gicat Stone
Face" as showing the power ot "Un
conscious Influence," and from these
ho deducted that wo cannot bo to
careful of our Influence over thobo
aiound us or of others over us.
. Rev. W. O. ilawklns gtivc'a splen
did address oh "Tho value of the Sun
day School In Moulding Character."
This was followed by aji Interesting
talk on "Who should bo in the Sun
day School," by G. W. Gracey, and he
jirovcd that It Is suitable for those of
an ages and all are needed for the best
woi k
Ofliceis are as follows:
President, S. E Ray, Fifteen.
Vico President, W. E. Hoffman,
Whipple.
Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. F. G
Simons, Gasvlllc.
Home Secretary, Mrs. Addle Hcslop,
Uasvillc.
NOimal Secretary, O. A. Roberts,
Dulzell.
Primary Secretary, May Mosaburg,
Dalell.
We predlfct for Liberty towubhlp
the best year's .work it lias ever
khqwr. for the attendance and Inter
cat wod most excellent.
! i t Jl ,fcA
.. l:l. ; . a.
cabinet at Picsldent Ro&sevfclt'B le-
uucfit assembled nt tho residence Of
Comrliandcr Cowlis, vlterd tho Presi
dent is staying Until after tho funeral.
It can not bo learned nt t'd time
whether or not all the mtmbcrs will
bo wllllrg lo irervo tlio fulf term.
The cabinet mcruficrB, with tho ex
ception of Bceictarlcfa Hay nnd Long,
will accompany tho rcinalnh of tho
dead President to1 Cdhtbn and will
takb part In the funeial corcftionlcB
at Canton I'liursdny,
ALL THIS WEEK
Excepting Wcdnumy night.
TheWIKOFf ROMERILLCO
And tholr celebrated
Marine Band
and Orchestra
Ladies' Free-Monday Night.
Admission, 10, 20 and 30 cents.
Wednesday Np,
September 18.
Tho golden-voiced Sirigor,
Al. H. Wilson,
In Sitlnoy Ellis' Gorman
Dialect Comedy,
The Watch
On the Rhine
Scats on sale at Bcaglo & Lytlc's
Drug Store.
U?e-
Theatre.
Manager Luchs'
Opening Attraction
ROBERT
feKIMJWHlffiflSnSZ
MANTELL
CANDY CATMABT1C.
Genuine stamped C. C C Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something ust as good."
Oranges,
Lemons,
Bananas,
FeoLrss,
jGrapes,
Waternfielons
-And nil kinds of-
(ALIfORNIA : FRUITS
Ahvnys in &tock and nt
LOWEST 5 PRICES.
Finest lino of Oranges
, and Lemons in the city.
t .
John - Jacobs.
,Cor 2nd & Putijam.
Marietta Telephone.
$500 REWARD 1
Wo will pay tho nbovo reward for any onto nf
Liver Coinplh'nt, DvKpcpnIa, Blck lkiulncho,
JudlKCftion, CuiiBllputloii or (ostlveness wo
crtnnot euro wltli Mvcrltn, tho Up To Dato
l.lttlo Llrcr rill, when tho dlrertloin lira blrkl
ly complied with, 'lhey oro uroly Vegetable,
nndneor fall to Kho (satisfaction. CDo boxes
COUUUn 100 Pills, 10a boxes contain 40 Tills, Us
boxes contain 15 Pills. llowaruo eubblltiitlons
and ImltntlO-iB. Sent by mull, btiimps taken.
NEiiyiTA mi:dical c", cor. ciiuton ouu
Jackson Sts , Chicago, IlL Sold by
Sold By Beagle & Lytle and A. J,
Ttlchirds. Drucelsta. Marietta. Ohio.
OR. MOREAC'S
TANSY AHD
PENNYROYAL PILLS
Toe Safest, Sorest sod Oolr
EELIAULH French REMEUY.
Price SI 00 per bos. Pink wrapper,
extra strenath. 2 On nr hnv. l,v
mail, postpaid. Address Dv. Mousau & Co.,
llronu llioi.' UWt:., i. Cilutoa bt , Chtcaco, IU.
Sold By Beaglo & Lytle and A. J.
ftlehnril T)riicelsta. MArlotta. Ohio
IJESTJQTCmS.
. We sell the Garfield, and
guarantee them to give satis
faction,
The Marietta Mfg. Co
, Wo hnvo somo nttrncttvo prices, and articles in
Stationery, Books and Pictures,
very much bolow regular prices) in brder to clean out and mnko room for tho
now gooJs which will soon begin to arm o. " - v
Docora.tIons for tho Carnival; In Purple and WhKo, Now Books
constantly nrrivinli. Periodicals, Mtxtfjxzinos, otv Opou'bIx drtys !
and oening, closed Sundajs.
153 Colonial Block, Front St.
J. I YAH DERVOORT, Prop. MARIETTA, Ok
OUR
Baking Powder
Wo boliovo that liousowivos want to tiso
puro cronm tartar and soda Baking
l'owdor. Wo bol lb vo they prof or to find
n roliablo Powder tlint thoj; can uso now
nnd for onrs to como with cortrilnty
tlint it will nlwajs bapuro nnd uniform
In results. Wq proparo this powder nt
frequent intorvnls to insuro freahnoss,
and wo gunrnntco its nbsoluto purity.
You will find satisfaction in using a
powdor that's always nllko in lonvonlng
liowcr, nnd thnt's nri puro and whloo
boino as tho Hour itself.
10 conts a pound.
W. H. STYER,
DRUGGIST, :: : 210 Front Street.
Doctor A. H. SWINBURNE,
Physician.
MARIETTA, - OHIO.
Specialties : Obscure
Dillicult Cases, Stomach
Trouble, Abdominal and
.Rectal Diseases. Nervous
Conditions.
OFFICE IN ST. CLAIR BUILDING.
Oflico Hours: 8tci 11 a. in., 1 to 4 ii. m nmlOlo
8 pm. bimdny, 8 lo 1(1 n. in ,Ui4 p m. IlPhi
(lniicu Fifth n .(1 Woiwlnr strcntH Hall Tilii
liliciio No .JSJ MAKlbllA, OHIO.
111 -llllll'l lllll
unlitHnV
10 J inn il
If so, you secure many odvantaccs by co
Inp via Cincinnati, tho Queen & Crescent
Routo and Southern Ry. Its fast trains pen
etrate ccry part of tho Central South. a4
hour schedulo Cincinnati to Jacksonville and
Now Orleans, o hour J to Chattanooga. a
liourstoShrcveport. 36 hours to Port Tampa.
Observation, parlor md cafe cars freo re
cllnlnjr chairs Through Pullmans to all Im
portant Southern cities.
nn. tu.hlfia trll tbu (ho fii1..ntaccf vs etTrr OT.r
otliir routct. a 1 in icqi fur tto aiUng. Why aol
vrllou about II T
w. C. inNCARnoN, a. P. A , CINCINNATI.
lm, V. II1 1, Lb,
l'riinlilcnt,
I.H. ClOKItlSt.,
Cnnliier,
iiios, w, itioaiui,
Vice l'rosliloiit,
O. 0. 11IMT,
Assistant Cashier,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY,
First Hill
MARIETTA. OHIO.
CAPITAL 5150t000. SURPLUS, $150,000,
AYERAGE DEPOSITS $1,200,000.
DIRECTORS:
John Mills, W. D., Dovol, OhnrloaPen
rose. Thos. W. Moore, Wm. W. Mills.
Rumsey Pumps.
Buckeye Pumps.
Meyers Pumps.
Anti-Freezing Well Pumps.
Pump Supplies at
Saint's Icli
P. S. Wm. Parrlsh, n prneticnl
punin man, may bo found at ho shop
at all times.
TlliiJ ORYTAL
Ice and Preserving Company,
Manufacturers oi distilled water
ico, hygionically puro. Factory
and oillco Cor. Third and Butlor
Sts. (Open at all times.) Both
phonoa, No8. 72.
L. C. BRAUH, Pres. GEO. B. EYSSEN, Sec,
VM. HARRINGTON, Manager.
Notice to Ladies.
After Rixinilliiff four Weeks In tlinKnst
lcarnliiK tlio nnw Kjhtrm of t.iilorlnc, I
nm now nmily tu innkn luillnn' 'fHllor
lludu BiiIU, clc , without lit I Inn. Kit
mill workinmii'lilii Kii.irnntocd. All la.
lUeHtirntnvlhil turoinn anil lmiK'Ctour
latest linp of niiniji'
Yiiufiifiir IniHlnofiit,
VIENNA INDIES' TAlLOn.
J(0 Front Sfrreot onp. Colonial Dlock.
- Murlhttn, Olifo- wf t -fl
mmmmmmmmmmmmm
i.
FULL PINTS 25c,
AT
S BEAGLE & LYTLE'S,
DRUG STORE.
eiaiBanBeRSBaBeBciS
GEORGE B. SUNDERLAND,
DEALER IN REAL ESTATE, '
Has for salo or rent business or real
denoo property In tho city suburbs, ij t
you wish to buy, sell or rent call oH
Mr. Sunderland. Valuablo farms fc
jale on easy 'terms. Also lots' or" Aof
ilenccs In Norwood. Rathbono, Olass
Plant, Falrvlew Heights or Mf'Evor
ott additions. Office on Second street,
opposlto Union DodoL
MORNING SIDE.
Wo hnvo made arrangements where- 1
by wo havo secured tho exclusive
salo of "Morning SIdo Addition" one
of tho most dcsliablo places inltho
City for a Illno i evidence. No dust,
no smoke, and good big lots CO feet
ft out, plenty of loom to build a flno
largo houso or two smaller houses.
And just thing about It. These lqts
have a lino view of tho Ohio Itiver,
aio all out of high water, and aid go
ing at $250 and $300 dollars. (Yob,
and they are near tho car Hue too;)
Come and sco us.
Doth phones -15 1, Room G Mills Blclg.
(0FFMAN & PALMER.
-..
le
Carter Moore"1
, , -ii C iuitf flifn ,bm
Mills Dulldlnu. ' ,
Cor. 2nd & Putnam Sts. f t
Everything pertaining to Real Estdte. '
Money to loan 'on first mortgage.
General Insurance Agents.
Business property for sale. ' ' "
Bargains In Rcsldenco Property,, nl-,
so desirable lots anywhere In City
and Suburbs.
Houses to rent. ' ,
First class Investments. ' '" '
Wo build homes on small payments. .
Good farms fof salo or trado.i
Oil properties, also Coal & Tifnocr
lands for sale. - 3. i; m
Wo havo both telephones.
NOTARY PUBLIC.
P1I0HB m,f-
.v.
DEALER IN
REAL ESTATE
AND
V
OIL PROPERTIES, .
OTTO BU1LDIN&, 122 PUTNAM ST
MARIETTA, OHIO. , ,
ED. FLANDERS
General insurance
-AND-
RearEstatiB,
FRANK
PA10EST
h. x
Room 2 Hagan Block.
FORALE.
Stop v PaLyinrJ V Rent.
Why jmy ront when jou can buy jou
a homo on rmyntqnta sfiphtly moro than
jou mo now pnymR for ront. Wt hluo
ieeral liousos from $1,000 to $1,200 that
wo can boll for 8100 enah and the balance
811.00 ier month. Tho longer, you tolny
tlio Irtngor jcfti will bo In jotting yoiif
own homo.
Call nnd seo Ua in Ward-Nichols lJhjcJc.
J, A. Plumer & M
Don-tSe FodLbl
Take tHe ijenuint, criiijti
ROCKY MOUN-J-AtN TEA
Mads only by ModlonMill.
lne Coi, AUdlMB. Wlii It
keM you well. Oiw tnd
mark cut on each pit.
I'rke, as cnta. Nyrt4
In hulk. Aeeaal r. aut.IL
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