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AVhon in a moment of sad reflection
wo consider how cheaply we've been
Bollinp goods: iho past month, it cer
tainly does seem funny. If it wero not
so ridiculous. Hut when tho "beauti--f
41! tiirn ititn hlliAli to tax and morti
fy the-cllifdrtm of tnetf. it tnkes'olthcri
a'boat'or a-bargain 'to tfing'tlie peo-l
plodut. WewbuVot boats, but '
Don't you know we make tho lowest
prices of any house in the city? Quote
some of our prices to our competitors
and note their answers. Oh! You don't
believe that, do you? They don't keep
anything but shoddy! Thatjs-easy;
anybody can sell that class of goods at
their prices. It must be moth eaten!
Shopworn! or, or . A
thousand reasons but tho right one is
given for our LOW PRICES. Tho true
statement of facts is, wo have one of
the best buyers in the United States,
who knows a bargain when it's within
a thousand miles, and lie gets it, too.
Our large outlet requires large pur
chases, and the bottom is found when
we buy as well as when wo sell. Wo
are satibfied with a reasonable profit.
Don't grasp for the Earth and com
plain if we don't got it. Don't expect
to make a fortune ou the sals of a few
goods. We go on the principle of liv
ing and let live." Give good, sound,
up lo date goods at up to date prices,
and don't allow any Competition to
undersell us. We claim your tradu on
this platform, and if you wish to bo
careful in tho expenditure of your
money and make Oaf Dollar do the
dutj of one and a half and two and
sometimes three, we are at your ser
vice. We have the Largest Variety of
any house in the County and adding
Departments full of the Newest,
liest, Urightest, and Cheapest
Goods to sell you.
Our Wall Paper Department is rush
ed with orders for paper at lc, '2c, 3c,
4e, 5c to 10 cents a boll. It's not short
ength or rotten as some of our com
petitors claim, but will compare fayor
a bly witn any stock in the city.
CARPETS. Here is where wo can do
vou a sight of good. It ain't old. out
of date, moth eaten, but new and came
direct from the factories. 10J pieces to
choose from at IOj, 15c, lHc, -5c, 35c,
48c, 40c and 55c. Mattings just receiv
ed from the Importers, didn't came
through jobbers hands, and you get
them from '2a to 10c a yard cheaper
than elsewhere. Uugs at the profits
usually charged on carpets, which is
much cheaper than regular prices.
LACE CCJRTAINS.-Uought in lots'
of 50 to 100 pairs, how can houses who
buy only 10 to 1" pairs of a kind com
pete with the prices we make? They
will tell vou thoirs are much better.
SEWING MACHINE Here is
where we make the greatest cuts from
regular prices And guarantee every
machine the same us the agents who
ask you from 815.00 to 625 00 more than
our prices. These machines are iirst
class, but don't have the privilege of
going through the agents' hands and
have the extra priees put on them.
Come and see for yourself.
DRESS GOODS. New prices arriving
daily. Our buyera have purchased
some Idrgains and we propose to givt"
our su.stomera the benefit of them. We
won't say that our competitors haven't
trot any pretty, new, or stylish goods,
but we invite every one to look at our
offerings and compare style and prices
with field. ,
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. Our ad
vance sample lot, received lor your in
spection this weok. Open for cotnpari
hon in fit, style, quality and prices.
Come and see, doiCt take any salesman's
word for it, he'll not do them justice,
he'll tell you thov are not so good as
his'n cause we don't ask so much, that's
a clinching argument in his estimation'
Wo have lots of other tilings to tell
you about, but will haye to continue it
Gome near forgetting wo havo the
Rolston Health' Club Flour, Hreakfan
Food and Pancake Flour. The purest"
ana uesrioou in tue woriu.
Come and see us and vrp will do you
jgood and save you money at
169 Front St, Marietta, 0
Premier Crispi and His -Colleagues
Tho Stiicots in the Vicinity of tho
CUftmbors Patrolled by Troops.
Wtlil Scene Attended the McrtliiR of tho
Clmiiibcr Tho ItintcniUlonmif Iho Min
istry Arff'ptctl Clmrgo of Coward
Ico Aluile Against (Jin, lluriitlorl.
Romk, March, G. Long before tho
hour of opening the chamber of depu
ties enormous crowds of people
tlirotlged the vicinity- and' practically
surrounded tl(e buildihg. As thiio'we'iit
dn'thb crowds increased and the ex
citement of tho'populaco grow-more In
tense. The streets in tho -tflclulty of the
chamber wero patrolled by troops, who
experienced difficulty in making their
way through tho packed thoroughfares.
Tho members of the ministry, in pro
ceeding to tho chamber, evaded tho
crowd aa much as possible. When Stg
nor llaccelli, minister of public instruc
tion, armed in tho chamber ho was
hissed by the opposition deputies and
cheered by those who adhere to tho
onx. liAKA-i nun.
The sitting of tho chamber was of
the wildest character, tho uproar be
ginning as soon as the chamber was
called to order. Sigr.or Crispi an
nounced the resignation of the Cabi
net, which announcement was re
ceived with prolonged and passionate
applause. The members of tho ex
treme left shouted insults at Crispi, but
the premier preserved his temper, and
when he was enabled to obtain a hear
ing, declared with great firmness that
the ministry, until the nomination of
their successors, would retain office and
maintain public order. '
The uproar continued throughout the
sitting with more or less volume and
tho scenes of excitement and disorder
were renewed when tho president de
clared the siting ended.
Tn announcing the resignations of
the ministry in the chamber of depu
ties Signor Crispi stated that the resig
nations had been accepted by King
Tho sitting of the chamber ended in
great disorder. Meanwhile the crowds
outside were shouting, cheering, curs
ing, hissing, howling and groaning.
Ten arrests were made by tho police of
men who hissed members of the minis
try as they camo out of the chamber,
but the hissing and howling continued
just the same.
The report that Gen. Uaralieri had
Eommittt'd suicide turns out to be in
sorrect, but it would seem us if that
would havo been tho best thing he
;ould dfe under the circumstances, for
if the darker and darker reports which
are reaching Rome from Massowah are
substantiated he will havo great difll
eulty in escaping a capital .sentence on
his trial by court-martial. It is said
among other things that ho
deserted his troops while tho
latter were fighting gallantly
against overwhelming numbers of
Slioans and that he lied to a spot 100
kilometers from Iho scene of tho mas
sacre (for that scours to bo tho proper
term for the rout of Italy's troops)
without knowing or apparently caring
what became of Gens. Dabormida and
Arimondi, whoso columns have never
since been heard from, so far as can be
Cut Ills lTlfc'h Throat.
St. Louis, March 5. Andrew Wal
ton, a horhe-trader living at No 018
North liroadway, cut his wife's throat
with a razor early Thursday morning,
causing her death almost instantly.
Walton was rtrrested and states that lie
killed his wife on account of her al
leged unfaithfulness to marriage vows.
Tho woman was absent from their
home Wednesday night and on her re
turn Thursday morning a quarrel en
sued which resulted in her deatli, The
couple havo no children.
To Impeach the Ititllnu Ministry.
Paims, March 5. SignqrCipriani, a
member of the Italian cliatnbcr of
deputies, who is now in Paris, has in
formed the Petito Republique that ho
has received cipher telegrams from
Italy stating that upon the opening of
tinu cnumuer a proposal win ue mauu
twto impeach Premier Crispi. In tho in
formation which Slghor Cipriani im
parted to tho Petite Republique lie sdld
ho was advised that it would also be
proposed in the chamber to impeach
the other members of tho Italian min
istry. No General Massacre for Tno Months.
Washington, March B. A cable dis
patch to Secretary Olney from Mr.
Alexander W. Terrell, United States
minister at Constantinople, states 'that
no general massacre had occurred in
the sultan's possessions for two months
and that much confidence is felt that
they have ceased.
Tension for Mrs. Oresham.
Washington, March 5, The house
committee on invalid pensions Thurs
day ordered favorably reported a bill
granting a pension of S100 per month to
the widow of ex-Secretary Gresham. A
bill pensioning at SS0 per month the
widow of Gen, lienj. Kelly was also
CONDENSED MEWS. ,
Gathered From All Parts of tho Country
' Firo at Lena, 111., Thursday morning
nearly wiped out u largo portion ot tho
town. Damage, 10,000.
Tho Enterprise Hosiery mill at Roye3
ford, Pa., was burned Wednesday
night. Loss about $46,000; insuranco
Mr. Voorhocs (dcm., Ind.), who has
been absent for some weeks past ou ac
count of Illness, was In his seat in tho
senate Wednesday, in apparently per
Li Hung Chang and his fellow envoys
to Moscow, where they will represent
tho emperor at tho ceremonies of tho
ubronution of Cznr Nicholas IL, lm'vii
started for' Russia. . ,, ,
mA tltspatcli to tuo Liondonucutrai
News from Rome says that of; 3i7' dill-'
cers under Gen. Duration, whd ''took
part in tho battle against the Abyssiu
iaus on Sunday, only 40 returned.
Tho London DallyTolegraph Thursday
publishes a dispatch from Rome stating
that the Italian losses in Sunday's bat
tle with tho Abyssinians were 10.0JO
killed, wounded and taken prisoners.
The mutilated corpse found in tho
lake at the foot of Fifty-first street,
Chicago, Sunday morning, was partly
identified as that of Frank L. Weaver,
bon of a formcr'wcaUliy bhoo manufac
turer of Rochester, N. V.
Mr. Elkins (rep., W. Va.) Thursday
introduced in the senate a bill imposing
an additional duty of ton per cent, on
articles imported in vessels other than
American, to take effect lo months
after the passage of the act.
Tho Glasgow Herald declares that a
yacht is in course of construction in
Henderson's ship yards, which is beitlg
built at tho order of Sir George Newnes,
the millionaire publisher, and is intend
ed to be a challenger for the America's
After four hours' hard work tho
flames at the Hannan block, Johns
town, I 'a., wero gotten under control
Wednesday. The entire block and a
portion of tho Woolen block were con
sumed, causing a loss approximating
850,000, partially insured.
a party of students attempted a riot
ous manifestation at Naples Wednesday
against tho policy pursued by tho gov
ernment relative to tho African cam
paign. The mob was dispersed by tho
police, but not until after a severe en
counter. Many of tho rioters were ar
rested. At Madrid Wednesday morning a
party of veterinary students invited tho
female employes in several cigar factor
ies to unite with them in a demonstra
tion of protest against the legislation
of the United States congress in regard
to Cuba. Their invltatiou, however,
In its current issue the London
Yachting World accuses tho New York
Yacht club of having bhown vindictive
ness in tho expulsion from membersip
in tho organization of L6rd Dunraven,
when it was well aware that his lord
ship had written and malled-to the club
his resignation. ,
Washington, Murch 5 For VH Virginia
Friday rain: warmer, soutiieilv Kitiai
For Ohio Friday rain; warnior: southerly
For Keatuoky Italn and wanner Friday:
Tor Indiana lUln or snow Friday: hisU
Cincinnati. March 5.
FT.oun Fpr'ng patent, (3 McjVJI iprlns
fancy. ti.V6l3.tt. spring fjiclly. JiTf-'&.VJ');
winter patent. $3.6.-15,3 Si: fancy, tliU&.05;
family, $.' 00.J2a. cxir.i. i.3j3,i(S0; low (rrado,
$2.COi'i!5: rye, northwestern, SiS5J.'j5: do
city. Sifi:i70. i
Wiikat Sales: ffo. 2 red, track. TSVJc.
Corn Sales: Mixed ear, track, 31c; do. near
ly yellow, 31c; No. - mixed, track, 31c; No. 2
yellow, track, 31!ic
Oats Sales: No 2 mixed, track, 22.
Hogs Solcct shippers', none; select butch
ers', &4.His4 15; fair to good packers', M 95 is
4.10; fair to good light, S3 9034.10; common
and rouizhB, S3.G'.a'J0
Catti.k Fair to Rood shippers', JI.SOtM-OO;
r.nue of the best on sale: good to chotco butch-'
i r3 J3 SOffil 00: fair to medium butchers',
$a I5a"5: ccinmon, SiD03.oa
Siikep and Lambs fabeep Extras, R 33)31
3.65; good to choice $l"i&i.i3; common to
fair. S1.5Oi50. Lambs Extras, $t50ftl,lU;
good to choice, $125I 50, commou tu fair,
Vkai. CAr.vrs Fair to good light, JI.75
5 iO: extra, 85 7CS0 CO; common ind largo, $150
Wool Unwashed: Fine merino, per lb, 8
9c: quarter blood clothing, IDftHc: medium
dclaino and clothing, 11(3; 1 5c: coarso. l.ffillc:
medium combing lie. Washed: Fine merino,
X to XX per lb lCI4c; medium clothing. 1 a:
dtUlnc, l'eeco, l31Cc; long combing, HQJItc;
quarter blocd and low, lrfjHc
Nsw York, March 8.
wheat No. 2 rod. March, 75ic; May, "DM
73ic: July, 7JJj7.?io.
Cons No. 2 May, 2an&3ty,c; July, 33K337c;
No 2, 37K18Mo.
Oats No. 2, March, 25Jc.
, Toledo, Maroh Ik.
WnEAT No. 2 red. cash, 74ftc; July, 70j;o.
Cohn Nothing doln;.
lULTiMour.. March 4.
WnEAT No. 2 red spot and Morch. 73HO
73Jo: May, 73)S7JMc: southern, 7077c.
Cons Mixed spot and March. 3Jj33!r:
April, 34ffi34o; Moy, S43U!53; steuntr
mixed. Siii'iilliic: southern, 3l"i.35c.
Oats No. 2 whlto western, 27os ,No. 3
mixed do, 25HOiCc.
Chicago, Mufoh t.
Calls on May wheat opened at 07icHo:d a
67Hc. last price 67Jjc. Puts opeood a
C85,aM;c, sold at Ka, last prlco 6G;c.
Calls on May corn opened at 30c, lnit
price r0UO30;6. Puts opened at SOfJiSCOKo,
lust pi Ico MHo bid.
Pittsbukoii, Pa , March 4.
Cattli Rough to prime, 3 004.10; ealvo.
tj. 50(30. 50.
Upas Prices a shads higher; medium
SniEP Prime, J3.G:(J3.S0; common, J2.50&
3.00. lambs, tl5&at75.
DcrrALo, Maroh 4.
Cattle Feeling steady to strong, but noth
HOGS Oood Yorkers, 81403145: light lot
and pigs. U594.5'i; mixed packers, fl.40
4.45; mediums, HlKiLIO; good nssTy, $428
Siinr and T.audi Good to choice mixed
sheep, f.6O3.80; commou to fair, J18O3.0;
prime handy lambs, U 70 1 80. ,,-nod to choice,
U&04.e5; light to fair, SI 03i 40; neavy ststo
lambs, Il5044.ei; export ewes and wetaers,
Indianapolis, Ind., March 4.
CAttlk-No quotable change In the market
Hogs Good to choice medium and hoavy,
fl004 10. mixed, t3.95105; good to cnoloe
lights, 14.10 4. 15.
Siieef Market quiet: no change in prices.
A veFy sniootb'
iftu-al&k M M cm i$w '
1 &CK ttfHEltfflJ TXffHBSl
The largest piece. ,of igood
tobacco ever .sold foip cents
The 5 cent piece is rreavlg rasa
afge as you ,get ;b1? "other
ul&u graqgs rc jo cents .
For the Holklay Trade
Fine Picture Frames
0 all kindH. The finest,, line of
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest, v We always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider. & Breuninger,
250 Front St., Marietta, 'Ohio,
A large assortment in stock.
Keys fitted by an oxport lock
Successor to D. P, Ada ins.
I not UHM
Can you use a High Grade,
Fine Steam Engine at about
1-2 the usual prine asked by
other manufacturers? if you
don't, be sure and stay away
Or you may see something that
you will swear you ought to
have. We build them, we have
the goods, we. make the price,
we do the business. How many
do you want? Ten, Five, Three,
Two or One.
f Third nndlllutlor Str
Telephone No. 128, Marietta, Ohio.
If you thinlc of buying1 un enffiou of
any bizu or kind send for our Catai.ocuu
No 30, contvaiilin)j Uln.slnitions und
prices ol avcry kind of engine from 1 up
to 25 horsa powur, at bottom prices, or
LisrNo. 29 for yacht engines, boilers
and boat machinery. lOither 6ont free.
CHAS. P. W1LLARD &. CO., '
97 Canal'Strect , CHICAGO
for tho'coraing season of 1600.
Wo uro ready to rccetvo orders for
Iiugglcs, Surrios, ltuclt-boards, Light
Driving Wajjons, etc., ut bottom
prices. Special orders filled without
extra char(;et. Wo claim to sell the
best buggy for the money that is solu
in Marietta. No trouble to show goodi
at 515 Fourth streot.
F. H Duttpq & Son.
B. & 6.
For Cincinnati, 10M a tn, ili J5 p th. .
for St. Louis, 10:40 a m ll!SBpm. '
For Ixmisvllle. iomo a m, 11:25 Dm.!
Tor ParkorBburjj, 10:0 a m, WOO a m, i!B5
For Ilelpre, 0:0 j, loo, 2:to, f.tl, 11 :25.
p m, 7:oop m, ll: p m.
For Chllllcothe, 10:lo a jn, 11:25 p m, 0:t0
a ai, ts.85 p m,
For New York, 4:85 p m, n:25'p m.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail lutormntlon regardlnR ralei,
et&nddCrnneC ' Bleepln8' P' ,
i.?' ' .T10 Tlck6t Agent, 11. & O. S. W
Xty., Marietta, O., or
. G" y waijfel, Assistant Ooncral Passenser
Agent, Cincinnati. Ohio. oiiKBr
Glovoland & Marietta Railway
CluToland. . .
p. m. a. m
N ComerstoVii! .
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Trail Kun .,
ulonwood . . .
MaoRabnrg .. .,
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6 47 :
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P. m.lp. m.
8 16 Partoroharn.
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J. C. TAYLOE,
, aupt. Trane.
G. P. T. A.
MARIETTA & COLTOUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & Ohio Central Ext'n.
Tlmo Tnbloln EfToot Doc. 8 1805.
wumrai axanaard Time.
The Only Lino out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be-
.waan marietta and Columbus.
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" Vincent 11 44
Arrive Marietta 1220
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OHIO RIVER RAILfiOAi;
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.tS2f.BerTn1alS8?.,Ul,ln UB '"own
Iatly. Dally Eioopt Sundaj.
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ZAWF.SVILLE & OHIO ftti
TIMBC'ABU IN KKFEU DEO. 11U
Ko. 70. 1IM0. V
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10 04 am
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111 Trains ilMlj except Sunday.
Noa.70 an 1 72 make oloso connection i
AaneavlllowlihtheU. 4 O. and Pan Hiupli
tialns lor Columbus, Chicago and tho Wesi
" (l MAUl'.iaoN General PaasnnKor a
UKO. STBECKKH.(' mknuvstueckih
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well tlollers. Oil Tjnks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Spoclal attention given to
repairing Hollers In the oil llelds. We employ
uone but the best mechanics In this lino
Olve us a trial we know wo can please you.
Ofllce and works on West Side.
MASON & MILLS,
, Second St. opp. Untoa Depqfc
Noat Stylish Workj iSnti'
fafttioa Garitnteo d .