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Malting a bid for popular patronage
needs no diplomacy, fineness or sharp
ness in management. Plain, clean,
honest methods are what the public
These methods you will find in force
hero at all times. Wo attribute our
success in a preat measure to their
practice. We are here to serye you
faithfully. Wo want this store to be
pointed out and spoken of as the place
whore all classes of the community
may como and feel that they are being
dealt with in absolute fairness.
All ready for the spring business
now. Got a store full of bright, new
merchandise to tell you about
House Furnishing Goods have the
call now, and we can save you money
on all of them.
CARPETS at 10c. 1214c, ISc. 25c and
33c; all wool and Ingrain at 45c, -lilc
MATTINGS at 10c, 12Kc, 15c ISc to
25c. Special Bargains.
OIL CLOTHS at 20c, 25c to 35c per
yard. Linoleums very cheap.
LACE CURTAINS at 43c, 75c, OS:,
81.85, 51.48 to 54.50 a pair.
CURTAIN POLES and SASH RODS
at the lowest prices.
We are strictly in it when it comes
to prices and quality.
00,000 bolts to choose from, at lc, 2c,
3c, 5c to 25c a bolt Prices just half
charged elsewhere. Pull measure and
strictly good qualities.
WINDOW SHADES at 15c, ISc, 20c
to 50c. All mounted and trimmed on
Just received from the Factory. The
Latest Patterns and nawest Goods, at
the Lowest Prices. No old stock from
last season. Prices OSc, 51.25, Sl.'JS to
At 52. 4S, 52.75, 53.4S to 55.75.
SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF SILKS.
Opening this week. Twenty-five styles
to select from. Newest patterns and
weaves at prices away below regular.
NEW RIBBONS! We don't say we have
enough to stock a Ribbon store, but we
have the newest styles just out. In
Persian-Iridescent, striped and plain,
our prices will be a break in the mo
notony of the quotations you are in the
habit of potting.
More Gown Stuffs.
Might as well attempt to "paint the
sjrose" as to describe them. Come and
see them. Rather have your judgment
than our own. They were bought for
Our stock is new and seasouable and
the prices cut away down, so that we
claim the very lowest prices. Mr.
Spence, manager of this department, is
an old clothing salesman, and will treat
you right We want your trade and
will give you the very best value going.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR
SEWING MACHINES. Spring sewing
is coming on, and wo can save you
enough on a Machine to buy you a Silk
Dress, fully trimmed, or a flno set of
Decorated Dishes. Get our prices and
see the machines.
SHINE UP! Monarch Furniture Pol
ish, the best, regular price 25c, our
price 15c Scrubbing Brushes, Brooms,
Mops. Tinware and Household Notions
less than regular prices.
If you need an odd piece of Silver
ware, or a full sot, wo can supply you
in Quadruple Plate. Spoons, Knives
and Forks all at surprisingly low
SOMETHING GOOD AND HEALTH
FUL TO EAT. We are Headquarters
for the Ralston Health Club Foods and
Everything in Grocery Department
cut to the finest prices. Other Depart
ments full of new and seasonable goods
169 Front St. Marietta, 0
If Granted. Belligerent Rights by
the United States
And Given a Fighting Opportunity,
Cuba Would Be Free.
Tho Spanish Arc Now on the Dcfcnslvo
Vvery Iliittlo FouRlit lu tho rst Thlr.
ty Ilnys Has Hrcn Invited and
Won by tho Insurgent Army.
New York, March 31. Elbert Rap
ployo, tho Cuban correspondent of tho
Mail and Express, who was recently
expelled from Havana, arrived here
Monday on the steamship Yucatan. In
an interview with a reporter of tho
United Press, Mr. Rapployo said: "I
como back from Cuba as a doportado of
Gen. Weylar. In his decree expelling
mo from the Island, I am called an ene
my of Spain, that chargo being based on
letters published in the Mali and Ex
press over my signature. Any person
familiar with existing conditions in the
island of Cuba would Unow that the
only onmity, if any, Pvo shown toward
Spain has been in tolling tho truth
without fear or prejudice. This, of
course, has resulted in my ex
pulsion. As an impartial observ
er seut to Cuba to btudy and
inform myself and report tho
progress of ovents thcro without
restriction having been placed upon
me when I accepted the mission. I un
hesitatingly state that within three
months the insurgent cause would bo
triumphant if the United States gov
ernment would grant the belligerency
rights and give tho Cubans anything
lilte a fighting opportunity. Tho
Spanish are now on tho defensive.
Every battle fought in Cuba in tho
past 30 days has been invited by tho
rebels. The have more ammunition
now than they over have had, and if
they can maintain a sourco of supply
thcro is not anything that can prevent
them from winning. Gen. Weyler has
been Spain's greatost mistake in the
war. His name nnd reputation carried
an odium which attracted tho attention
of tho world. The best evidence of his
bad geupralship is his complete
failure to hold the insurgent armies
back after they had left tho western
provinces of Cuba. Maceo started his
western campaign, which is now com
plete, with 15,000 men, one-third of
whom had not a singlo arm to fight
with. Those who had guns went into
battles with one or two cartridges and
fought, knowing that unless they
captured tho enemies' ammunition thoy
would have nothing to fight with tho
next day. They are coming back now
with tho whole cargo from the Ber
muda and Gen. Weyler is withdrawing
the Spanish defenses from at least one
half of the principal points of tho is
land to bar their progress. This leaves
Gomez to do as he pleases in three
quarters of tho area of Cuba,
while tho barrier which Weyler
Is attempting to place before
Maceo is acknowledged by one of lxis
own generals, with whom I talked be
fore my departure, to be but llttlo
stronger numerically than Maceo's
army, notwithstanding the fact that in
all of the invasions heretofore, the
Spanish have unsuccessfully at
tempted to prevent them with tho
numbers in their favor, of at least
four to one. While there has
been some doubt, perhaps justified,
about military organization of the
rebel armies, thoy need not exist any
longer as they are perfectly organized
with commanders of every rank, at this
time, and all of their operations aro be
ing conducted as systematically as
those of the Spanish. Their ono appeal
to the world is not for sympathy, but
THE MURDERED MAN
Pound In an Unclaimed Trunk nt Chicago
Iiclloved to lie Jennea Chazrl, n 1'rcnch
man. Chicago, March 31. The police and
coroner are now working on the theory
that the body of tho murdered man
found in the unclaimed trunk is that
of Jeanes Chazcl, the Frenchman, who
disappeared from Salt Lake City in
February, 1893. They do not believe
the positive claims of tho relatives and
friends of Olive? Pike, who disappeared
from Seattle, chiefly because there
is no evidence that tho body
was reshipped from Salt Lake. It Is
known that the truss which Chazel
woro was made in France and tho one
found on the body is being put through
a chemical process to disclose tho name
of the maker if possible. If it should
be found to bo of French manufacture
the proof of identity will bo established
as against the claims of Oliver Plko'3
Arrested for Chlld-Murdor.
St. Louis, March 31. Miss Mattie
Overton was Monday arrested and held
without bail for tho murder of her two-weeks-old
child, which was found dead
in a private lying-in hospital Sunday.
Tho infant's body had been pierced 23
times with a long needle. Miss Over
ton came here from Pittsburg, Ind.,
and claims that .T. L. McVay, a wealthy
citizen of that place, had betrayed her.
She bought tho child of a midwife for
five dollars and intended to impose it
upon McVay as their offspring.
Will Not Combine Against the United
St. Louis, March 81. A special to an
evening paper from the City of Mexico
says: The report cf a possible alliance
between this country and Spain against
the United States Is regarded as pre
posterous in official circles. Tho policy
of Mexico is to maintain cordial rela
tions with the United States, and even
if the government were disposed to
consider any such negotiations, popular
sentiment Is overwhelmingly anti
Spanish. Kverhardt Won.
Mabpeth, L. I., March 31. In tho
twenty-five round contest between
Jack Everhardt, of New Orleans, and
Horace Leeds, of Atlantic City, Monday
night, Everhardt won. Leeds fell out
from weakness after one minute in the
TrW.rnrfVi n7 AfYo$ .fk
BT sjB' i
9PHa jH 8 B Ji
The largest piece of .good
tobacco ever sold for 10 cents1
The 5 cent piece is nearly as1
large as you vget of pthe
nigh grades for 10 cents
'" ,!!i Liu ill iml!i.T. ' " ' ' 'n '" '"'""iTri' i " -
How is this? A Good Strong 20 Wheel for $35.00, guaranteed.
For the past week or ten clays we have been receiving and opening
up the largest and finest line Bicycle Sundries ever shown in this city.
Almost every thing irom the small spring for a M. & W. valve to a
hujig rade wheel at bottom prices. See our windows.
:EGhA.j 3c SOHAD,
Opposite Union Depot.
Telephone No. 118. 229 Second Streol.
Cincinnati, March 31.
Flour Spring patent, J3 5Sa80: spring1
fancy, 32.15(33.39: spring family, 8i"5i90s
winter patent, 83.03183; fancy, f3 25S.f0;
family, i703.O0; extra, S2J5160, low grado,
$10&i35; rye, northwestern, Si55C5, do
Wheat Tho modest requests kept price
,nrm at 7373tfo for No. 2 rod on track.
Corn Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 30yic; No.
2 white track, 30Ko: mixed ear, track, 3.'c;
do, nearly yellow, 33c.
Oats Sales: No. 2 white, track, 2:ViC: No.
2 mixed, track, Sltfc: No 3 white, track, 2114c;
No. 2 whlto, track, 23c.
IIoos Medium and heavy tI0e lower: ce
lcct butchers', 8185(23.00, fair to good pack
ers', I3.7K3165; fair to cood light, 3.8,-U0;
common nnd roughs, 3.35&3.70.
Cattle ralr to good shippers', J3.S5ffi3 90:
choice, Jl CO. good to choice butchers', S3.CS
3.00: extra, H 00; fair to medium butchers',
S3.1O&3.C0, common, S.'.MXjaoO
Sheep and Lauds Sheep Extras, 13.85
4 00, goodlto choice, 83.35Q175; common to
fair, JS.753 15. Lambs Extras, $4 85: good
to choice. H-10i75: common to fair, 13.75
4 25; spring lambs, ti 00 4 7. 50; extra, (8.03.
Veal Calves Fair to good light. U 85
B 00, extra, S3. 25; common and large, li&0
Wool Unwashed: Fine merino, per lb, &0
9c: quarter-blood clothing, 13Hc; medium
delalno and olothing, Wj&lbc; coarso, l!Mc;
medium combing, 15a Washed: Tine merino,
X to XX, per lb, 13Ho. medium clothing. 16c;
delalno llccco, 1516o: long combing, 14l3ci
quarter blood and low, 1314o.
New YonK, March 31.
Wheat No. 2 red, March, 705j(&71Ko: May,
CO 13-1670J,'c; July, 09 5-lC69J,c: December,
Corn No. 2, April, 35c: May, 35)j3iKo;
No. 2 !7y438c.
Oats No 2, May, 24o: western. S7J8Hc
Toledo, O., March 31.
Wheat No. 2 red cash, 70Mc; May, TOJfo;
July, fyo; August, di'iia.
Corn No. 3 mixed cash. 19c
Rte No. 2 cash, SSo.
PjTTsnunon, Maron SO.
Cattle Prime. J.2133. good, HI 5 4.25:
good butchers', W80tl0. rough fat, 13. Ot
3.75: fresh cows and springers, 115(845; calves,
Iloas Prlmo eeleittod weights, Ht0t3;
best Yorkers, KI6LS0.
Baltimore, March so.
FLOOR Winter wheat, patent, 13.8004 05;
spring do, (3 303.76; do straits, S3.303.40.
Wheat No. 2 red spot and March, 7373Kc;
Mar.e9-70c: July. 7054c.
Send your address to II. II. Bucklen
& Co., Chicago, and' got a free sample
box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A
trial will convince you of their merits.
These pills are easy in action and aro
particularly effective in the cure of
Constipation and Sick Headache. For
Malaria and I-ilvef troubles they have
been proved Invaluable. They are
guaranteed to be perfectly free from
eyery deleterious substance and o be
Surely vegetable. They do not weaken
y their action, but by giving tone to
stTmach nnd bowels greatly invlgprute
the system. Regular size 25c. por box.
Sold by W. II. Styer, Druggist
hiv-nuu vy. u
Tho Whiskers Caused tho Trouble.
Aburdeen, O., March 31. Walt Win
chester is a student hero and sports
whiskers. A. M. Webster and L. Behr
wanted to romovo tho ornamonts by
force and were badly clubbed by the
owner. In ow tho faculty is invostigat
Child Uadly Burned.
Asui.and, O., March Sl.r-When the
eight-year-old daughter of Chas. Whar
ton was playing with a miniature fur
naco in tho orchard her clothing caught
are, ana sho was badly burned.
Sidewalks In Villages.
Columbus. O.. March .31. Anv "fllrst,
class" village can build sidewalks and
mnko the abuttlnc nrnnprtv n.it Nor
thern if Representative Brorein's bill
Decomcs a law.
AHEAD OF ALL MAGAZINES
this country has seen. Albany Argus.
111 An EeviBW
are always found
Tho Right Topics,
By tho Right Men,
At tho Rlqht Tlmo.
The Nokth American Review is
recognized on both sides of tho Atlan
tic as the foremost Review in the Eng
lish language, and no expenditure is
spared in maintaining it in its unri
Tin: Review is the mouthpiece of
the men nnd women who know most
about the great topics on which Amer
icans require and desire to bo informed
from month to month. Its list of con
tributions forms a roll of the repre
sentative men and women of tho age.
Subjects that concern the interests of
AMEBIC AN WOMEN
recelvo constant and special attention.
Among special features of extraor
dinary importance which The Nobtu
Amebican Review has in preparation
for 1890, is n Bories of articles by the
W. E. GLADSTONE
THE FUTURE STATE
AND THE CONDITION OF MAN IN IT.
Tho series will begin in tho January
BO Cents a Copy; SB.OOaYear.
m NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW,
3 East 14th St., New York.
Full assortment of
Steel Set Screws and
Hexagon Head Cap Screws, at
Third and Butler Sts. , Marlotta, O.
We also have in stocfc Brass
Eods from 3-16 to 1 1-4 in. diame
ter. Polished Steel Shafting i to
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finest line of
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everelt, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. Wo always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & Breuninger,
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
' SHERIFFS SALE.
Thomas W. Moonu, Plaintiff,
Judson J. Hollisteh, Defendant.
Uy virtue of an alias order of sale, duly Is
sued by tlie Court of Common Pleas, of Wash
ington i.ounty, Ohio, In the above entitled
action, and to mo directed, I v ill offer for sale,
at public auction, at the door of the Court
House, tu tho City of Marietta, on
Saturday, April 18th 1 80G, .
at 1 o'clock, p. ni., of said day, the following
described real estate, to-wit. Mtuate in Wash
ington County, State of Ohio, Dunham Town
Bhlp, .to-wit: Beginning at the South West
corner of lira acre lot No. 040 TownNo 2, Eango
No. 10. section No. 5, thence East on the South
lino of said lot 1S.50 chains to theSW corner
of 73 aero tract from middle portion of said lot
No. t'40, thence north 20 chains to north line of
said lot; thence west on said line
lO.aj chains to County rojd; thence north 4 deg.
west 0.25 chains; thence north 20 deg., west
5.07 chains along County road to the west lino
of lot 014, Sec. 5, town 2, range 10; thence
north tit deg., west 14.03 chains to the middle
east and west lino of Sec. 11, town 2, range 10;
thence north 13 18 chains to the County road;
thenco south 7-1U deg., w est 8 14 chains to lands
owned by Milton Ellenwood being the west
lino of the cast half of tho north east quarter
of Sec. 11; thence south on said lino 11.00
chains to tho aforesaid middle, east and west
line of Seo. 11; thenco west 8.b7W chains to
lands owned by O. N. Ellenwood; thence south
0.41 chains; thence south !) deg., west to tho
bouth line of the north west quarter of the
south cast quarter of said Sec. 11; thence south
20 chains to the south lino of Sec. 11; thenco
west on said line to the north east cornor of
lands deeded to Charles Ormlston by J. J
Holllstcr in 18T0; thence south on tho east line
of said lands 10.53 chains to the north west
corner of lands owned by Melissa I). Williams;
thence east on tho noith line of said lands
SO 01 chains; thence north 10.55 chains to north
line of Lot No. 0J0, Sec. 10, town 2, range 10;
thence east on north line of said T.ot 10 chains
to tho placa of beginning containing 101 acres
more or less described us Hi acres in Lot No.
OJ0, Sec. 10. 37 acres in Lot No. 040, Section R.
2acresinLot No. 044, Soc 5, and 122 acres in
Sec. 11, town 2, range 10.
Excopt therefrom 03 acres sold to Jasper M
Dalton, see deed dated Nov. 20, 1801 recorded
in Vol 110 at page 500 deed records of Wash
ington I ounty. Ohio
Appraised at J2382, terms cash.
W. P. Dye, ftherlff. Washington Co., O.
L. W. Chamberlain, Attorney.
March 18th, 1S90. B w
HEtroy P. Bode, Adm.rl
of Wm. Kook t Administrators
.V8, I Sal8 of real estate.
Cephas Koon et al. J
In pursuance of an order of tho Probate
Court of Washington County, Ohio, I will offer
for sale at public auction on Saturday the 25th
day of April A. D. 1890, at ono o'clock p. m. of
said day unon the nrmnlsnsi. th fniinwimr
described real estate, situate In Liberty Town
ship, Washington County, Ohio to wit: The
north west quarter of the south east quarter of
Section 22 Township I Range 7, containing
30 00-UO aeres more or less.
Said property la appraised at 8100.
Terms of sale; one third cash, one third in
one year and one third in two years from day
of sale with interest. Defered payments to be
secured by mortgage on premises sold.
HenkvP. Bode, Adm'r
ofWM Koon, deceasod.
Ellenwood, Smith & Leepxu, Atty's.
March 23, t w.
ESTABLISHED 1867 ,
Geo. Stbeckeii. nNitY stbeckeh
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil Uelds. We employ
none but the beat mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. SatiF
Assignees Sale of Real Estate.
In pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of Washington county, Ohio, I will offer
for sale, at public auction, on
Saturday, the 4tli Day or April, A. D 1898,
ut I o'clock P. M.
upon the premises, the following described
real eat.Ue, situate in the County of Washing
ton, State of Ohio, and is bounded and describ
ed as follows, to-wit: Being a part of lot No.
eighteen (18) in block No. ninety (00) In the
village of Uarmar, now known as west Mari
etta, in the County of Washington and State
of Ohio, and bounded as follows: Beginning at
the south-west corner of said lot No. 18; thence
running north on tne lino of said lot forty-live
'45) feet; thence running east thirty-eight (38)
feet; thence south to the south line of Bald lot
forty-live (46) feet; thence west along the
south line of said lot thirty-eight (88) feet to
tbeplacoot beginning, being a piece of land
38x41 feet In the south-west corner of said lot
Said property Is appraised, at 11050.00. Terms
of sale, cash on day of sale.
II, F, KnAnvAsslrcnoe,
Men u, wks. of haix & MooitE,
- -'- . 1
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
onico on Seoond Streot, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second Btreots. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
Attornoy at Law, ,
Onloo East oor. Frout and Putnam. Marietta.'
J P. WA.KD,
! uoal Etiato and Loan Aicunt.
aeoona St., opp. Union Depot. Marlotto, O
Dll. O. W. EDDY,
Office No. 304- Front Stroot,
..V W08lt0 Soldloro' Monument. Resldenco No.
518 , Fourth Street. Tolenhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. r. KHAR
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Ufllcn rnnm. 1 Mllta rtnttritnty n. nt.t.
and Second streets.
VTYK & FOLLETT,
-Li Attorneys at Lw,
Offlco In Law Building,
WAX.TEK tc CUIITJS,
Physicians and Surcoons.
Ofllcoamt residence, on Socond street, throe
doors abovo the Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W. A.
M. D., O. D. S.. Physician and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har
mar and Lancaster Qts.
. Attornoy at Law.
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam.
D. FOLLETT new Law Offices, over
Citizens Bank. Entranco, Socond St.
Attornoy at Law,
Offlco In Law Building,
CHABLES W. KICUABDU,
Attorney at Law,
Offlco on Putnam Streot, Martotta, O.
Attornoy at Law,
Offlco In Law Building, Marietta, O,
fc. JTMS11I A
SOLD UNDER GUARANTEE.
ACTUAL COST LESS THAN S1.2S PEE GaV
J. "W. DYSLE & CD.,
Successors to "The Bucll Drag Co."
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
1S8 Front Streot, - Marietta, Ohio.
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horsos fcspt by the Day, Weak or Moniii..
Prompt Attention Given to Fcnsrals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by tolophono will rocolvo
MARIETTA ... OHIO
It you think of buying an engine of
any size or kind send for our Catalogue
No. SO, containing illustrations and
prices of every kind of engine from 1 up
to 25 horse power, at bottom prices, or
List No. 29 for yacht engines, boilers
and boat machinery. Either sent free.
CHAS. P. WILLARD & CO.,
197 Canal Street CHICAGO
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
DO YOU EAT BREAD!
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakos and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan loe Cream that can be
made, Particular andiporsonal at,
tentlon given to serving Dartles
reoeptlona, weddings or public din
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