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WHAT TO EAT!
Tho "Kalston Health Club" of Ameri
ca guarantees the preservation of per
fect health to ovory person who cats
according to Modol Meals (bolng tho
third edition of Ralston Meals), and In
connection therewith, observe? thb
natural principles of Hying as stated
in the General Membership Hook of
tho Kalston Health Club, which may
bo obtained by addressing or calling
Our stocks of tho Best Foods obtain
able are increasing ovory week and
our customers can depend on us having
a good supply at tho very LOWEST
Wo have ever offered in SEWING MA
CHINES for tho
! See See!
With a Climax Sewing Machine,
regulat prico $45.00, we will give a fine
Decorated 50-Pieco Tea Set, worth $5.00;
total $50.00. Our price for this sale only
With a New Homo Sewing Machine,
regular price foO.00, wo will give a fine
"Decorated 5(1-Piece Tea Set, worth
85 00, total 555,00. Our price for this
sale only S20.0S.
With a Now No. 9 Wheeler & Wilson
Sowing Machine, regular prico $55.00,
wo will give a fine Decorated 130-Piece
Dinner Set, worth $15.00; total STO.OO.
Our price for this sale only $35.00.
Every machine new and bought di
rect from the factory by us, and war
ranted for 5 years. These PRESENTS
and these PRICES only for THIS SALE
and TIME stated.
To Get a Pair of
Woolen Jersey pants for 61.9S. That
is the value of them, that is tho price
we sell them at. But to make It the
greatest bargain offered anywhere by
anybody, WE WILL FOR TEN DAYS
ONLY, or until the stock of r,9S pairs
are sold, make tho following unparal
One Pair Wool Kersey Pants, Reg-
ular price $1 5
One Working Shirt 40
Ono Gold Plated Watch Chain 93
OneStiff Dress Hat SO
One Pair Suspenders 10
One Linen Collar 15
Ono Handkerchief, Turkey Red. .. 10
One Pair Seamless Socks 10
Total SI 31
All of which we will deliver to you for
only 51.93, just the price of the one pair
of pants. Can you pass such great
values as we offer you here? Only one
pair of pants to each customer. Don't
wait till your size is out. and then say
it's no good anvhow. That won't help
you a bit-COME!
A SPECIAL SALE. For 15 days only
we will sell.
Ono Meat Saw, regular price - 40c
Three Assorted Stew Skillets - liOc
One lb. All Right Baking Powder 35is
One-half lb. Young Hyson Tea - 35c
One American Magazine - - 25c
One Muffin Pan .... 5c
Total J2 00
All of which we will sell during this
sale for only 09 cents.
The above aro samples of some of
the great Bargains wo are making.
And if you are needing
HATS AND CAPS,
Window Shades, Queensware, Tin and
Hardware, Confectioneries and Gro
ceries, Musical Instruments, Picture
Frames and many other goods wo have
in stock, AT LESS PRICES than any
other honbe will sell them at. Eyery
article guaranteed good, sound ana
now. We sell too many goods and
turn our stock too fast to have any old
goods on hands.
One Case, 2000 yds. fine Zephyr Ging
hams, worth 15c a yard; our price now,
only 8Kc a yard. They aro beauties
this season. Como and seo the leading
house of our City for Bargains.
169 Front St. Marietta.'O
Gypsy Goes on a Rampago in
1 Hor Wintor Quarters,
And Adds tho Seventh Victim to Its
Numbor of Dead Keepors.
Frank Scott 11m ISvnry Uono In Ilia Hoily
Vroken by tits Aulmnl't Trunk Other
rrrioiutVen Injured bjr tlc ISiir'uK-
oil IJrute Uullilloc Wroclteil.
CniCAQO, March 26. W. H. Unrris'
big elephant Gypsy became unmanage
able at ifs winter quarters Wednesday
afternoon and before she was qulotcd
had killed her keeper, tore down a
framo building and created general ex
citement which drow thousands of pco
plo,to tho scene. t
Harris' circus is quartered at tho cor
nor of Roby and Jackson streets in a
sir' story brick building, Gypsy oceu'
pies tho greater part of tho first floor,
and was temporarily in charge of Frank
Scott, a lion tamer. Wednesday after,
noon, Scott, against orders, took Gypsy
out for a rido in tho nlley.
Gypsy did not seem Inclined to
stop nt tho boundary of tho alloy, and
Scott gave her a jab with' an iron
hook. The beast became enraged and
throwing tho man from her back,
where ho had been riding, proceeded to
pound him with her trunk, breaking
every bone in tho man's body. Mrs.
Harris came to tho rescue with a pitch
fork. She was knocked down but
plueklly jumped up nud commenced
battle. Sho soon had blood stream
ing from wounds in tho elephant's
side, nud tho beast ran away to
wards the end $f tho nlley. Here was
standing a large crowd and many peo
ple received bruises in the scattering
which took placo when the elephant
started out of tho alloy. Gypsy did
not go far, but went back for Scott,
who in the meantime had been moved
into a wooden building just opposite
tho elephant's quarters. Tho animal
knocked in the whole side of tho build
ing in her efforts to get at the man
" During this time Mr. Harris had sent
for many loaves of bread and all tho
cake that could be bought in the neigh
borhood, and also telephoned for
Claude' Orton, his horse trainer, who
soon arrived. The elephant quieted
down somewhat while lie was eat
ing 50 loaves of bread, a largo
number of cakes and other delicacies
which wcru plrtccd before her. After
she had finished eating she walked in
to her barn and tho heavy doors were
shut. The door had no sooner been
shut than the elephant with one blow
shattered It and ran out again.
By this time every street in tho
vicinity was crowded with ex
cited people. Three wagon loads
of police came to the rescue but could
do nothing further than keeping back
the crowd. Tho elophent had her own
way for about four hours when she
went, back into her stalb and allowed
Orton to chain her.
Frank Scott's right namo is unknown.
He would never tell who he was and
although ho has been with Harris' cir
cus for six years no one knows any
thing of him except that ho went un
der an assumed name.
Gypsy is only another namo for Em
press, the first elephant imported into
this country. Tho killing of Scott
makes the soventh victim of her vicious
character. The first was Harry Cooley
in 1ST0 at Forepaugh's winter quarters
in Philadelphia, then George West had
the life crushed out of him in 1874, trav
eling on the road with Rob'inson's show.
"J. L. May, the Bum," was the next
man nt New Iberia, La., in 1SS2, fol
lowd by Wm. Devoe, with O'Brien's
show nt Poughkeepsie, N. Y in 1SS0.
Patsy Ilulligan was the sixth victim
and he had his arm torn out at Cincin
nati in 1894, and died two days after
ward. (J .
Apparently Short 830,000 Ho Ulnlmi Ho
Una Collaterals llnouh to Wlpo Out tho
Lixcoi.x, Neb., March 20. An ap
parent shortage of S39.000 in tho ac
counts of County Treasurer Maxey
Cobb was disclosed Wednesday by tho
report of State Examinor Fodrae, mado
to tho commissioners. This is what
tho books show, but Mr. Cobb claims
he lias collateral 'which will ma
terially lessen if not wipe out tho
apparent shortage. This comprises
checks from hcav' taxpayers which ho
agreed not to present to tho hanks for
the time being. It is claimed, how
ever, that tho treasurer had on deposit
in the German national and Lincoln
savings, two banks whicli recently
failed, something over S20.000 and this,
it is feared, is almost wholly iost No
formal action has yet been taken by
Kicltlnp Convention at tVaycrosx, Ga.
Savannah, Ga., March 28. Tho re
publican convention of tho Eleventh
congressional district of Georgia was
held at Waycross Wednesday with 30
delegates present. Six of tho dele
gates bolted and elected Reed delegates
to the national republican convention.
Tho 30 delegates remaining In tho hall
unanimously Instructed the delegates
chosen by them to vote for McKinley.
Police wero called jn to prevent tho
rival factions from coming to blows.
The Statement Denied.
London, March 20. The Standard
Thursday denies the truth of the state
ment of the Now York World that '
Great Britain is willing to use hor in- '
fluenco for tho termination of tho war
in Cuba. No communication looking .
to this end, the Standard will say, has
passed between the governments at
London and Washington.
Foundry Company Anlgni.
Sr. Louie, March 26. Pullis Bros.
Foundry Co., established hero In 1839,
made a voluntary assignment Wednes
day to protect creditors. The urgent
liabilities arc 851,000 and assets 8500,000,
Importunate creditors forced tho com
pany to this temporary measure. The
active business of the company Is un-uffeotcd.
nntlicrot Tron? AH l'nrti or tho Country by
Tho Italian senate has approved tho
credits asked for carrying on tho cam
paign in Egypt.
It has been arangod ihat tho czar and
czarina will make a round of visits to
tho various European capitals aftor tho
coronation ceremonies at, Moscow In
Tho republicans of tho Third district
in convention at Excelsior Springs,
Mo., Wednesday selected M. M. Camp
bell and Jackson Walker delegates to
tho St. Louis convontlon. Both aro for
Tho report that Mavroyenl Boy, Turk
ish ministor to tho United, States, has
been recalled on account of American
sympathy with Armoniaps,'ls confirmed
by information received nt thu foreign
ofilco in London.
Secretary Oluoy Thursday morning
received n cablegram from United
States Minister nenry Smith,-nt Port
Au Prince, Haytt, announcing Itho
death of President Hlppolyte. No par
ticulars were given.
Mrs. Edwin F. Huhu, asCharlotto Beh
rens on tho stage, is the leading actress
in Robert Mantoll's compdny, ,was
granted a decree of divorco Wednesday
by Judge Tulley, of Chicago, on tho
ground of desertion.
Tho high school building burned in
Bushncll, 111., Wednesday. Tho Are
started in the roof. Tho building cost
$25,000. There was an insurance of
SI, 500 on contents and $9,500 on tho
building. No lives were lost.
The Conoly Woolen mills, operated
by C. J. Andrews nt Wilton, N. H.,
have shut down for an indefinite time,
throwing about three hundred people
out of work-. The mills wore tho most
important industry of the town.
McKinley swept tho republican stato
convention nt Huron, S. D., Wednes
day amid great enthusiasm. Thcro
was uot a dissenting voice. South Da
kota's eight delegates aro instructed
for the Ohio man and for sound money.
Robert B. Glttings, manager of a
large crockery establishment and well
known in Washington, committed sui
cide Wednesday evening by severing
tho jugular v'ciu with a pocket knife.
His mind was thought to have been un
balanced over the illness of his wife.
The Egyptian public debt commission
liavo decided to advance from tho re
serve fund the sum of 500,000 pounds
sterling asked by tho government for
defraying the cost of the Nile expedi
tion. Of this amount 200,000 pounds
sterling will be furnished immediately.
At Chambersburg, Pa., an incendiary
firo at two o'clock Thursday morning
destroyed the upper floor and roof of
the White block on Memorial square
causing a loss of 500,000. Insurance,
$25,000. Adjoining buildings were also
damaged. Among the occupants of tho
White building to suffer loss was the
Register printing cfiicc.
Washinotos, March S& Por Ohio Fri
day fair, decidedly colder, with a cold wavo
Friday morning lit southern portions; brlslc
southwesterly, shifting to northwesterly
For West VlrglnlarrldBj fair, decidedly
colder, with u cold wave, Bouthwnst winds,
shifting to northwesterly. '"
For Kentucky Friday fair; freezing tcra
pernture: northwest winds.
For Indiana Fair Thursday night and Fri
day; colder Thursday nlebt: warmer Friday;
northerly winds becoming, variable.
Cincixhati, March !&
FLOun "Spring ptont, t3.5KJlS0; spring
fanoy, S."lfyJa30; spring family, itrSffiI.90:
winter patent. UCl'ilSJ; fancy. H253.50;
family, li 703. 00; extra. W.SSO160, low erode,
J100i3S; -rjo, northwestern, $16.ai6i; do
city, fi 00(3170
Wheat Sales: Sample red, to arrive, T3Wa
Corn Sales: Yellow oar (choleo), track,
3tc; No 2 white, track, MKe: No. 2 mixed,
track, 30c n
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, Sltfc: No.
2 whits, track, 2So; No. 3 white, track, Kc;
mixed, track, 21a; sample white, track, 23a
Hoos Select shippers, none: select butoh
ers, !185t00. fair to good packers, HBO
3.85; fair to. good light, 13. El 105:' common
and rough, t3.S0S3.83.
Cattle Fair to good shlppors. 3.503.00;
good to choice butchers'. IX85S1O0. fair to
medium butchers', M.S53.7S: common, (2.50
Sueip and LAMB3 Sheep: Extras, 3.85
4.00; good to choice $1K3.73; common to fair,
$?.2S33.00. Lambs Extras, H8S5i03: good
to choice, IKOffltJJi common to fair, J3 7J
4.35; spring lambs, $5.0033.50.
Veal Calves Fair to good light, $00&
5 75; extra, W 00; oommon and large, $2 75
Wool Unwashed : Fine merino, per lb.SCJOc;
quarter-blood clothing. 1314c: medium do
lalne and clothing, 1415c: coarse, 12 Ho:
medium combing. 15c. Washed: Fine merino, X
to XX, per lb, 1314c; medium clothing, 16c;
delaine fleece, lStilUc; long combing, 14l5ci
quarter blood and low, 18I4c.
New Yoiik, March 21
Wheat No. 2 red, May, 60S63 ll-16c; July,
MK&S8Ho; September, S9KS09 0-1 6c
Corn No. 2. 37&38ci May, tSJjc; July, 38JJO.
Oats No. 2, western, 24328c; May, 21jjo
Toledo, O., Maroh 20.
WHEAT No. 2 red, cash, 70Hc; May, 7ltfc:
July, 07)c: August, CCo.
Cons No. 3 yellow, cash, 29Kc
Chicago, March 25.
Calls on May wheat opened at 63 He, sold at
63Jic: last price myiQUfto. Pats opened at
BSHSBJe, sold at 62JJO, last price (teVSOSJJjc.
Calls on May corn opened at 9Jawvic,
the only price. Puts opened at 9!-JS29;ic, ta9
PiTTSDtmon, Pa., March 25.
CATTLE-Prime, 11324. 40; good. II 15&4.30;
rough fat, 13.00! T3: calves, li503.li.75.
Hogs Prime, I135440; heavy hogs, II 0
4.30; roughs. 13.004.00.
Sheep Choice wethers, It I0120; prime,
HOO&4.10; fair, ti.WSfi.li; common, 13.00
3.40; lambs, l3.Wt34.ai
DAltimoue, Maroh 25.
"Wheat No. 2 red, spot and March, 71 U
7Jc; May, CJtfesxc; July, 09c; southern, 76
ConN Mixed spot, March and April, 33 J(
34o; May, StH34?o; steamer mtxea, 33c;
Oats No. 2 white, western, 2flK27c; No. 3
mixed, do, 4H3c-
RTE-No. 2, Hc.
BurrALo, March 21.
Cattle Fair to good bulls. U1S&3.40; fat
cows, f7t8.t0; reals, !4.00&00; extra, 14 25.
IJ004 Yprkers.. 1140., mixed packers 09a
mediums, lltoffli 85: good heavy, I4.S54J183.
Sheep AiD LAkus-Prime lambs', ll05.00;
good to choice, I4.6O&4.80; mixed sheep, good
to obolce, 11009125; common to fair, 13.65
3.80." ' ' " '
IHDIAHAPOL18, Ind., March 25. 1
Cattle Good to choice shipping, 13.85! 00;
fair to medium, H 6031 80; jjommpn steers.
Uoos pood to obolce medium and heavy,
UesftioS; mixed, 3.8019; choice lights,
Uiil" B j
. JUST BEEN TO THE STORE
SilEUWHAT I COT FOR IO CENTS
The largest piece of good
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents
The 5 cent piece is nearly fas
large as you et of other
DXgh grades for 10 cents
1 5 Per Cent
UNDER ALL OTHERS-
The Loud and Concerted Cry
"Have You Seen The Cincinnati Clothing- Co.'s
Spring Line of Popular Price Clothing'?"
With us will be a Banner Year. . We
start the season with 2000 styles of
Well-made, Low, Medium and Fine line of
In Men's Youths', Boys' and Children's.
Afoh'Q .9Q 2-50 3;50'
muu o vuiio, 9 0Qj 1Q 00
Ynnth' .9q 225 3-00
i uuuio uuio, 750j 8 00 g
Gnus' .9Q L85 2'25 275 3-25' 400 4-50 5-00' 5-50 G'00
DUb QUIlt, g.50, 7.00, $7.50 and up.
PhilHwn's Suite '75' 1-00' L25' 1-50' 2-00 3'50' 3-00 3-50
UUUUIUll 6 Ut7K, 4.Q0, 4.50, $5.00 and up.
Men's Pants from 48c un to the Finest Tailor-Mads
The latest styles in quality and make. A comparison of prices will
- readily convince you that we are 15 under all others. This
ought not to be forgotten in making your" spring purchases.
Remember our location, tho finest store-room
Grant us tho privilege in showing our goods and prices.
The Leading Ololhiers
FREEDMAN BROS., Props.
. a. RIQHARP8.
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT BT. MARIETTA, O
Parsanal attention alvan t pom
uRdlBg af PraseriBtlanal
4,00 5-00 6-00' 7-00 7-50 8-00
nQ0 $12 5Q ftnd up
350' 4'00 4-50 5'00 G-00 7-00
50 $9 00 and up
of South-eastern Ohio.
Cor. Front St. & R. R. Crossing.
Tonsorial Art Palace.
f I I l ! I .
Citizens Nat Bank Building,
Finest outfit in the clt;
in the city.
f'our chalra, and all conveniences.
Ladles' nalr-cuttlnK and Sbiutpoolne a
CONRAD BAUM Proprietor.
J? Attornoy at Law And Notary Public,
OfUco on Second Stroot, opposite Union Depot,
Attorney and Counselor At I,aw.
Hoom 8 Mills Illock, Corner Putnam and,.
Second streets. Notary Public.
T OOMIS W.vD.
XJ 'Attornoy at Lavri
Otttce Eat nor. Front and Putitam. Marietta.
T P. WAHD,
Si Ileal Eatate and Loan Agent,
econd St.; opp. Onion Depot. Marietta, O
DTI. O. ' W. EDDY.
Orfloo No. 304 Front Street.
..yCPMt0 Soldiers' Monument, tlesldonoe No.
518 Fourth Street. TelODhono connection.
JOH A. HAMILTON n. r. eiutt
HAMILTON A. KRAFT,
and Second atreeta.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Attornoys at Law,
Ofilco In Law Building. Marietta, O.
Physlolann and Surgeons.
Offlco and residence, on Second street, throe
doors above tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY. W. A.
M. D., O. D. 3.. Physician and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Offlce and residence corner liar
mar and Lancaster Sts. '
Attorney at Law.
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam.
D. FOLLETT now Law OIHrfiB. trrer
. Cltlzons Hank. Entrance, Second St.
Attorney at Law,
Offloo in Law. Dulldlng. . Marietta, O.
CHARLES W. UIOHAIIDB,
Attornoy at Law,
Offlce on Putnam Stroet, Marietta, O.
JL Attorney at Law,
Offlce in Law Building,
. SOLD UNDER GUARANTEE.
ACTUAL COST LESS TEAK 81.25 PEE GUI'
Jv "W. DYLE & CO.,
Successors to "Tho Buell Drng Co." '
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
128 Front Street, - Marlotta, Ohio.
A large assortment in stock.
Keys fitted by an expert lock
Successor to D. P. Adams.
J. L Marl's
Livery, Peed and
COR. THIRD ANli CHURCH STREET
HorBBB&optbytheDay, Week or Moatli.
Prompt Attontlon Given to Fanerali.
Carriage can boiordorod to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
For the Holiday Trade
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finest line of
Mouldings and Picttfres in tho
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. Olough & 'Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. Wo always
take pleasure in showing
4 our goods.
Schneider & Breuninger,
356 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
for the coming' season' of 1690.
,u u.otcuuy iu receive oruors lor
Buggies, Surrjes, Buclcboards. Lijjht'.
Driving Wagons, etc.. at hnttnm
prices. Special orders filled without
extra charges. Wo claim to Bell the
best buggy for tho money that is sold
In Marietta. No trouble to show goods
at 615 Fourth street.
F. H, Dutton & Son.