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Wo aro offering this week. Our buy
ers haye returned from Now York City,
Boston and Philadelphia, with somo of
the greatest bargains wo have ever
had tho fortune to secure, and as the
quantities aro limited, you are Invited
to come without delay and inspect our
offerings at the lowest prices offered
Here Are Some Of 'Em:
One caso Barker 4--1 Bleached Muslin
at G c n yd., worth 10c.
One ease Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Mus
lin at QXc a yd., worth 10c.
One caso Black and Red Prints at 4c
One caso Shirting Prints at 3c a
yd., worth Gc
One caso full width Sheeting at 12c
a yd., worth ISc.
One case full width Bleached Sheet
ing at 15c a yd., worth 20c
We are making only Half Prices on
many lots of goods this week. Coino
and see them. They are new, good
LACES, LACE SETS and LACE COL
LARS. Wo can save you more than
you have an idea it could be so, if you
will take a look and see what wo have.
The latest patterns.
LAWNS New, pretty and cheaper
than over before; sold at rc for 10 cent
goods, at GJfc for 15 cent goods, at 10c
for 20 cent goods.
Our lato purchases arriving daily
and will bo opened and sold at prices
less than other houses have paid for
them. Don't doubt us, but come and
see for yourself.
23 dozen High Bust Corsets, called
20th Century, at only 49c; worth every
25 dozen Summer Corsets, all sizes, at
SOa and 45c, worth 50c and C5c. TIIE
LARGEST STOCK OP CORSETS in the
STRAW HATS, -from 5c to 50c. Bar
Cains. Look out for our SPECIAL
Men's Shirts and Underwear at cut
prices. We lead the procession here.
A Tremendous Stock of goods will
arrive from now on. Our buyers caught
or. to some of the landslides the past
two weeks. Don't buy ono cent's worth
of anything until you have seen our
goods and prices. We know you will
want to kick yourself if you do. We
can't toll you -a little bit of what we
can show you.
10 Boxes Celluloid Starch; requires
no cooking. The best starch in the
market, sells everywhere at 10c a pack
age. Our price this week only 5c a
10 Boxes Clausen's Condensed Cocoa
nut. The flnpst and best Cocoanut for
custards, puddings, pies, etc.; sells all
over at 20c a can, a full hiilf pound. It
is double strength, and therefoae will
go as far again as other kinds. Our
priee per can this week, only 8c.
Good Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
id Jlb. packages at 5; per package,
We have surprising Bargains for you,
this week, and you mnst come soon to
get them. Make a dollar by saying it.
It's easier than working hard for it.
We have a lot of Washtag Tubs that
aro scratched and scuffed, which we
will sell cheap.
The Best Cigar in the U. S. for one
cent. Try one.
Look out and keep posted on our
prices. We sell lower than any other
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
Gathered 1'rom AH lnrts of tho Country by
The treasury gold reserve at tho
close of business Tuesday stood ntS125,
549,502. Tho day's withdrawals wcro
After passing the general pension
bill by a voto of 187 to 64, tho houso en
tered upon a five days' consideration of
the bankruptcy bill Tuesday.
All tho members of tho roform union
who aro under arrest for high treason
or leso majesto aro in jail at Pretoria,
though at present they aro granted
Senator Stowart prepared and circu
lated In both houses of congress Tues
day n potltion addressed to President
Krugcr, of the Transvaal republic,
asking him to pardon John Hays Ham
mond. Tho English colonial offleo has re
ceived a dispatch from Pretoria saying
that tho death sentences imposed upon
tho loaders of the Johannesburg ro
form union Tuesday have been com
muted. The 2,000 guineas stakes for three
year olds at Newmarket was won by
Mr. Lepold do Rothschilds' St. Frus
quin, Mr. Bass' Lovo Wisely second
and the duko of Westminster's Labra
At Houghton, Mich., a jury has
brought in a verdict awarding damages
of 812,333.33 to Mrs. Grace E. Andrews
against tho Tamarack mino for tho
death of her husband which was caused
by falling ground.
Mrs. Margaret A. Drake, widow of
tho lato Chief Justice Charles D. Drake,
of the U. S. court of claims, died at her
residence in Washington Wednesday
morning at tho age of 85. She will bo
buried in St Louis.'
At Butte, Mont., E. A. Tipton, tho
Kentucky horseman who has .becomo
manager of the Butte and Anaconda
race tracks, Tuesday announced stakes
and purses for tho two meetings ag
gregating over 8100,000.
The 110 striking trammers at tho
Quincy mine, Houghton, Mich., re
turned to work Wednesday. Tho com
pany gave them a raise of 20 cents a
day and an extra man to help push tho
cars up bad grades. This ends tho
Mr. Walker (rep., Va.) Wednesday
presented to the houso the unanimous
report upon tho contested election
case of Pearce (Ind., labor), from tho
Second district of Colorado, against
Bell (pop., dem.), that Bell was elected
and entitled to the seat.
Miss Mamie Evans, a young woman
of evident refinement and education,
was a prisoner with Tom Lee, a China
man, in the Desplaines street polico
court, Chicago, Tuesday charged with
being an inmate of an opium joint kept
by Lee in connection with his laundry.
She told Justice Kehoe that she bv
longed to a good family in Pittsburgh.
Washington, April 29 Tor Ohio Thurs
day probably local showers In northern por
tion: fair In tho southern portion; fresh and
brisk southerly winds.
Tor West Virginia Thursday probably fair;
For Kentucky Thursday fair, cooler In
western portion Thursday morning; southeast
erly w In Is.
Tor Indiana Clearing Thursday; cooler: In
creasing southerly winds.
Cincinnati, April M.
Flour Spring patent, ilSS&ASO; spring
fancy, Slli3a30, spring family. 8175&2.90;
winter patent. J3.7033.90; family. $175(33.50;
extra, SiSSGiCO. low grade, 12.00512 33: rye,
northwestern, J2.50iCS; do city, SI60!70
Wheat No. 2 red was offered at 71c
Cons Sales: Yellow ear, track, 31c; No. 3
white, track, 3lMc.
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 21c; do,
light color, 2.'c.
Hay bales: 10 tons No. 1 Tlmothytrack,
814.50. 10 tons do, 814 7J; 10 tons do, $15. 9
a Hogs Select shippers, S3 4Si31iO; select
butchers', ?a40S145, fair to good packers, &. 30
S3. 40, fair to good light, i3.40Q3.C0, common
and roughs, S3. 0031 CO.
Cattle Fair to good shippers', $3.23(3383;
good to choice butchers', $3 C5QJ.B0, fair to
medium butchers', J.T. 153 10, common, $150
Sheep and Lambs Sheep Extras, $3.G3ffl
3.75, good to choice, iX 15&3. CO, common to
fair, 525033.00. Lambs Good to cholco, 11.25
&4.C5, common to fair, $&t0l 15.
Veal Calves ralr to good light, HCOS4.75;
extra, $5.00, common and largo, !H
Wool The market Is quiet and prices rulo
easy, although receipts mc not llbqpal. East
ern markets exhibit quite a depressed appear
ance: Top qualities of unwashed H&H wool
quotable at 1251130 per lb; burry and fleece
grown, 5QCc less.
New York, April 29.
Wheat No. 2 red, Hay. 7070Xc; Juno,
70 8-18aro 13-10c; July, 70K70yc; September,
70 9-10370 13-lCc: December. 72 3-10JJ70i4e.
CORN No. 2 May. 3JVJG35c; July, J6JJQ
33Kc; September, 37 9-18337?c; No. S, 35j
Oats No. 3 dull: May,24Xc: western, S53S8a
Toledo, O , April 20
WnEAT No 2 red cosh and May, 68V4C; July,
CCVic; August, G3;c.
Conn No. 2 mixed. May, SOKcj July, 3IJic;
Oats No. 2 mixed May, 19ic; July, SOtfc;
PiTTsnunoB, Pa., April sa
Cattle Prime, $4.25 135; good, J. 10 120:
good butchers, $1 80 4. 10; rough tat, ta.00
3.76; veal calves, U60&4.75.
Hoas Prime medium, $3. 0384 CO, best YorU
srs, $3.90(33,95; common to fair, $3.75713.83;
heaiy hogs, lXKK3.m
SBEEP Prime, taBSQiOO; good, $3.70(23.80;
fair, J3.W2J.50, common, M0t3.:0, choice
Iambi, $100(35. CO; common to good iambi,
3.75G120, spring lambs, 15 028.01
CHICAGO, April 2a
Calls on July wheat opened at 61 He sold at
oijc. last price 0lH4iW;.c Puts opened at
C3Xc, last price C3kc.
Calls on July corn opened at 30!f!05ic. tho
only price. Puts opened at 30?J30Kc, tho
uuri-ALO, K. x., April sa.
Cattle Veals, dull; choice, 13.0034.00;
common to good, 11003175.
Hoos Good weight Yorkers, 810034.05; light
do, R0&3UO; pigs, $4.0031.10; medium and
mixed packers, $1803190; extreme heavy,
SnEEP and Lambs Good to choice heavy
slipped lambs, IL2534.35; heavy clipped sheepj
13 4033.60; handy clipped lambs, $L7S35.00;
clipped sheep, good to choice, t3.to33.81
DALTUIORK, April 2a
TViieat No. 2 redepot, 09Ha3tfci May, C8S
&C9c; July, 63 W3c: southern, 74c.
Cons Mixed spot. April and May, JlXGKci
June. 35tfo: July, HbfflfMa: ateamor mlxod,
WViGSlc; No, 2 white western, 263?!j4c; No. 2
mixed do, S4KQ23c.
Oats-No. 2, 40341c near by; 43343o west
ern. IspiAVAPOi.il. April :a
Cattle Fat. well finished. $1003110; good
to choice, $18033.95; medium. $16033.75.
Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy,
13.553163: mixed, USO33.50; choice lights,
Sheep No cbanjo in market Tuesdw.
p.a4.-. .-riiyt. .vhw
I tr rt Tfe, o JT n
k $1,000 Prize
These famous patterns are handsomer and better made than
thosa of any other manufacturer.
The Chicago Tribune
people of artistic tastt
The New York World
offered so cheat).
pj In addition to
CTHATTTHE (CL0VEB4iftF.TRAOELMARK: (
Colonial Book Store
Gratified with the result of our four months'
business, more than pleased with the cordial
-reception given us, and naturally ambitious
to extend our trade, we shall spare no
pains to popularize our businesss in
STOCK, PROE, ETC.
Our present seasonable offering is
In large variety and splendid quality; and the
Reading, that goes with them.
Having had an unusually large trade in Visit
ing Cards. We are prepared to offer plate
and 100 cards, finely engraved, for $1.00
A beautiful line of Reward and S. S. Cards,
new and attractive. '
J. E. VANDERVOORT. C. E. GLINES.
153 Colonial Block.
1 l-lfc AWfUU SfcIN I trsut
Pronounced Upon thu I.uulcrs of tho Jo
hannesburg ltoform Union Creates a
Capk Town", April 20. Tho Capo Ar
gus in an article upon thu action of tho
high court at Pretoria Tuesday in con
demning1 to death the leaders of tho
Johannesburg Reform union, says:
"Tho awful sentence pronounced upon
these men has created a painful sensa
tion throughout the civilized world."
In Johannesburg tho sentences shock
ed the entire town. Tho people were
greatly excited and thronged tho
streets, discussing tire event. An im
mense public meeting was held Tues
day afternoon to protest against tho
court's, severe judgment. Tho consen
sus of opinion in Johannesburg is that
the sentences will be commuted.
The greatest sympathy is felt -for
those among the condemned reformora
who did not take any active part in the
movement Most of the theaters in
Johannesburg, as well as a majority ol
the stores, were closed Tuesday even
ing and business was practically sus
pended. The town was quiet.
I'lcmlliiK for Tholr Pardon.
Pbetoiiia, April 20. Monster peti
tions aro being signed here and in
Johannesburg asking the president to
pardon members of the reform union
upon whom .sentenced was pronounced
Tuesday. Tho Boer jurors boforo
whom tho condemned men would have
been tried had thoy not pleaded guilty,
have also signed a memorial asking
that executive clomency be extended
tho self-confessed reformers.
Hammond's Death Sentence Commuted.
Wasiiixotox, April 20. Secretary
Olnoy Wednesday morning received tho
following cablegram dated Wednesday
from Vice-Consul Knight, at Capo
Town, relative to John Hays nam
mond: Have been informed that death
sentence is commuted. Further par
"ticulars will be wired.
Unknown l'loater Pound.
Cincinnati, April 20. At 0:30 o'clock
Wednesday morning tho body of an un
kn own white man was found floating in
tho river at Addyston. It was pulled
ashore and Coroner llaerr was notified.
Ho viewed tho body, which was then
rmnvvl to tho morgiift. "" ,
Jackson. O., April 20. Wm. Halter,
man and Wm. Bander were lodged in
the county jail hero for burgurizng
tho Olobo store liero nVbut a week airu
Secured the Agency
saysi Tbejr mill he in great demand ty
says: ffty"' beautiful, so perfect, or
these superb patterns, I have hundreds
ui uiner papers, represeuiuig u hulk ut ,uuu,uuu runs ui an
Don't buy old, shop worn goods when every sample I
have Is of the latest design and coloring for this Spring.
Save You 50 Per Cent
Drlrae J Pr'ze Designs 10 cents per roll up.
rrn.es otier New patterns 3 cents pfer roll up.
I will sell paper for one room or a whole house
whether I hang it or not.
400 samples shown at your houso II desired.
Paper Hanging, Decorating and Painting done
at lowest prices.
All work guaranteed.
Onp. St. Cloud. ' MARIETTA. OUIO.
' Judgo Spear Selected.
Columdus, O., April 20. Judge W.T.
Spear has been selected by tho su
premo court to act with the commission
to remodel and enlarge tho statchouse,
as provided for by tho recently enacted
Dodge law. '
Mill and Lumber Burned.
Iii:i.LAinE, O., April 20. Tuesday
morning tho large planing mill and
lumber yards of James R. Hart at Bel
mont, O., wero destroyed by fire. Loss
5,000; no insurance.
A Trapese Performer's Tall.
Gaixipolib, O., April 20. Miss Dora
Horlacher, trapese performer with Mc
Cormick Bro.'s show, fell from a trap
ese a distance of 20 foot and was seri
Damages for a Clubbing.
Alliance, O., April 20. Vrank Lam
borno sues ex-Policemen Jones and Og
lino and tho city for S5.000. The po
licemen clubbed him while arresting
W. H. Leitek, Executor
Of J. C, DOKDEIUNEIl,
FKEDEKICA DOEBEBINEn I
Dyvlrtuoofan order of sale to me directed
from the Probate Court of Washington County,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction on
the premises on Thursday, May 71b, A. D. 1898,
M'lo o'clock A. M. ot said day the following de
scribed premises situate In Adams Township,
Washington County, Ohio and bounded and
described as follows, to-'Ntlt:
Eighty-five (85) acres north end of J 00 acre
lot number 83 Cat's Creek allotment of dona
tion land: also, thirteen (13) acres of land on
the north ends of 78 acre lots Nos. 9. 10 and 11
uai'a ;;reeK auoimeni; aiso, seven m acres on
the south end of donation lot number SJ Cat's
Creek allotment, survey being twenty acres
In two last mentioned tracts.
For more particular description reference Is
made to deed from Frederick Davis and wlfs
to the heirs ot T. O Davis, dated December
8th, 1852 and recorded In Vol. 45, .Pages SOU and
MI Itecords of Deeds of Washington County,
Appraised at Twelve Hundred Dollars (11200)
subject to homestead aad dower.
Terms of sale one-third, cash, one-third In
one year and one-third in two years. Deferred
payments to bear Interest ond be secured by
mortgage. WM. II. Leei-er, Executor of
will of J. C. Doeberelner.
KrxiNwooD, stirrn & Lekfeil Attys.
Arr. a, 1606 -wks.
V. S. Engineer Office, 83 Mala St., Zanes
vllle.O., April If, ISM. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, for furnishing and delivering 415
tons, more or less, nun ot Mine Coal, for use
on Muskingum Illver, O., will be received here
until I p. m.. central time, May 27, 1SKJ. In-form.-.tlon
furnished by Edmund Moeser, Asst.
Engr. W. II. Heuer, Maj., Engrs.
April 27, Ot. '
WAE.TKR & OUKT.1S,
Physician and Surgeons
, (UOKUOrATHIO.) i
Office and retldenco, on Boooad street, three
doors above the Court-house, Mariotta, Ohio.
M. D., O. D, s..Physlctan and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner liar
mar and Lancaster Sts. -
CHARLES W. IUCUARD8,
Attorney at Law
Offleo on Fatn&m Street,
Aitoraoj at Law.
Ottlco In Lew Building, Uallutta,o,
Attornoy at Law and Notary Public,
Offleo on Second street, oppoBlto Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
.Room a Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public. i
T OOMIS W. D
JU Attorney at Law,
Offleo Eau cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta.
J P. WAHD,
Beal Estate and Loan AKent,
tiocond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
U Office No. 304- Front Streot,
Opposite soldiers' Monument. Residence No,
(18 urth streot. Tolonhone oonneotton.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. P. KRAFT
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
Attornovs at Law.
Offleo in Law Building. Marietta, o,
Attorney at Law,
Office In Law Building, Marietta, O,
. Attorney at Lnw,
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
D. FOLLETT new Law (unpen, over
Citizens J3ank, Entrance, Second St.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8. Mft'etta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans.
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
Livery, Peed and
COR. THIRD ND OHUROH STREET
Horses kept by the Dny, Weok or Month,
Prompt Attention Given to Funerals.
Carriage enn be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tuc t-!ty. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA , - - - OHIO
Tonsorial Art Palace.
Citizens Nat Bank Building.
Finest outfit In the city.
Four chairs, and all conveniences.
Ladles' Hafr-cutting and Shampooing a
CONRAD BAUM Proprietor. '
DO YOU EAT BREAD!
Jnoob Pfaff'a Is unexcelled, ae are
also his Calces and Ices. Finest
Noaoolltan loe Cream that can bo
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon given to serving parties-
receptions, woddlnss or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
g 15 ca.
All Bran, Nickel Plated and Bum
lated and Burn S
e OH. 5
....... ,..,.... ,,,,,.,,,,,,,.
A beautiful, thoroughly made and
flnetr finished Dlcvcle Limn, lalt nnd
Bnt iAanvttart . ., ..-. KU..ut i
I OXTOnr WVU1 (lUllAPfrirfLlltt'A IU I V Viirn
THE PUCE A TERRY MFG. CO.,
S 247 Centre St., New York.
Geo. Stuecxkr. Rum? STBEOKin
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine. Statlnnurv nnii mi
Well Boilers. Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special., attention given to
repairing Boilers In thu oil fields. We employ
.... ,,, ,t.a VvAB, .,.,... In.. ,.,.....- '
muuo WW,, .mo urn, WDVUMilU 11 UVi llUO.
Give us a trial we know we can Please you.
Office nnd works on Ve,st Side.
On account of the Methodist Eplscopa
Church Qeneral Confaranrn m. PinvAinn v
May 1st to Mat, the O. & M. By. will sell tickets
from all ticket stations to Cleveland, C. at
rate of one fare for thei round trip. Tickets
will be sold and good going only on ADrll 2ath
nndQth,May is" anS m and not gcJodre-
J. L km:
vk mMMK Mia
vuiiiiuu onur are nays jrom date Of sale.
SOLO IIMnpn nni . . ,
J. "W. DYSLE & CO.,
Successors to "The Buell Drag Co,"
Wholesale and Retail Drugglots
128 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Engine For Sale!
Small 1-2 to I H. P. Steam
Engine suitable for running
Fans op any light work. Price
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
Fine Buggies, Ladies' Phaetons, Sur-
ies ana uii Men's Bucfcboard, Etc.
Wo have in stock tho finest assort
ments of llffrli rrrnrln wn.lr aM. nff...J
in Marietta. We visited tho factory
whero these goods aro made and we do
not hesitate to recommend them very
Cnr-lnnrl nnrl rrttt. thtx trnr-n lnm.t MMtMA.
ZTT- bw w..v r.jr .ut?MV,JVCO.
ahoy voro all mado before January 1st,
1S!)0, therefore aro thoroughly dry.
- .- VHbbtj u.uuu vQawiaitj
iui lunuurs use, strong1 ana auraoie.
v-uii ut oxo jd ourin street.
F. H. Dutton & Son.
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finest line ot
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martina
-Fianos.- Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices theLowest. We alwayt1
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & 'Breuningerj
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
A large assortment in stocl
Keys fitted by an expert loci
uui-tcssur lu SJ. r. iiuams.
A. J. RICHARDS
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
Personal attention given fo com
pounding ol Proscriptions.
Tn rlitf ind from this on we will
I U"Udy ETlve 100 engraved CalB
ing Cards and plate fol
from this on. No lady In Mariatt J
need oe witnoul, nice cards,
price now is as cheap as print
ed cards. Engraved cards nev!
ui iju uui ui otyju. tYnac wa'
is good stylo fo
au time. You cad
secure this bar
gain in cards
nf The Marietta Book Store
V , , 177 Front Street,
not only to-dnv but
In everything else wo carry a fine lln
On account of the O. A.B. Encampmunt J
vu.uu.uu3, vs., may IV-IO, IOB U. M.iiyrWl,
sell excursion tickets trom coupon stations t.
Columbus and return at one (are tor the ronn
trln. TlckAtff will hA nnl And anru trnintr nnl.
on Hay 12 and 13, and not good returning awl
7 .u,u, tow. - .-
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