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Wo are offering this week. Our buy
ers have returned from New York City,
Boston and Philadelphia, with some of
the greatest bargains wo have ever
had the fortune to secure, and as the
quantities aro limited, you aro invited
to come without delay and inspect our
offerings at tho lowest prices offered
Here Are Some Of 'Em:
Ono case Barker 4-4 Bleached Muslin
at OH c a yd., worth 10c.
One case Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Mus
lin at CJrfc a yd., worth 10c.
Ono case Black and Red Prints at 4c
One case Shirting Prints at 3Kc a
yd., worth 5c
One case full width Sheeting at 12Hc
a yd., worth ISc.
One case full width Bleached Sheet
ing at 15c a yd., worth 20c
Wo aro making only Half Prices on
many lots of goods this week. Como
and see them. They are new, good
LACES, LACE SETS and LACE COL
LARS. Wo can sore you more than
you have an idea it could, be so, if vou
'WilUtake a look and see what we have.
The latest patterns.
LAWNS New, protty and cheaper
than ever before; sold at fie for 10 cent
goods, at G40 for 15 cent goods, at 10c
for 20 cent goods
Our late purchases arriving daily
and will be opened and sold at prices
less than other houses have paid for
them. Don't doubt us, but come and
see for yourself.
2j dozen High Bust Coisets, called
20th Century, at only 49c; worth every
25 dozen Summer Corsets,-all sizes, at
39c and 45c, worth 50c, andCic. THE
LARGEST STOCK OF CORSETS in the
STRAW HATS," from 5c to 50c. Bar
gains. Look out for our SPECIAL
Men's bhirts and Underwear at cut
prices. Wo 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 one 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 tell you a little bit of what we
can show you.
10 l$oes 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 finpst and best Cocoanut for
custards, puddings, pies, etc.; sells all
over at 20c a can, a full hulf pound. It
is double strength, and therefore will
go as far again as other kinds. Cut
price per can this week, only Sc.
Good Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
in Ulb, packages at 52 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 thari working hard for it.
We have a lot of Washing Tubs that
are 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
At Cripple Creok, - Col., Being
Train load fjf Necessities Arrive
From Denver and Colorado Springs.
A Determination to Itlil tho Cnmp oi On-
deslroblo Crooks nnil Tramps Fifty
Hoboes Lined Up nnrt Drummed
Out of Town In Mio Tlgllunts.
Cnirrm Cheek, ol,, May 1. Tho
burned district of Wednesday covered
17 blocks. The Masonic tcmplo build
ing was bnt partially destroyod and
there tho mass meeting of citizens was
held Thursday to consider tho grave
situation. Committees wcro named to
take charge of tho relief work and
headquarters wcro opened nt the Mid
land terminal dopot and at tho two
Men, women and children, cold, hun
gry and worn out with their hardships
of tho night flocked about tho depot
when tho relief train from Denver and
Colorado Springs arrived at six o'clock
Their wants wcro soon satisfied, the
tents w ere rapidly set up and by noon
something like order prevailed. What
provisions wcro saved from tho flro
commanded fancy prices, beef selling
at $1 a pound and bread 25 cents a
Tho I'irst national bank opened be
fore nine o'clock in a warehouse and'
money was issued on demand. Tho
Bimetallic bank will opened Friday
morning. In the burned district of
Saturday's lire tho work of erecting
temporary buildings w as i esumed and
tho piles of salvage from Wednesday's
fire, which had been carried there,
were put in something like order
There is a determination plainly
shown to rid the camp of undesirable
crooks and tramps. At noon 50 hoboes
were lined up and drummed out of
town. All arrested suspects were later
on sent to Colorado Springs. A 'vigi
lance committee 1ms been formed and
no mercy will be show n to violators of
the law,, 'iliis committee will work
quietly and will not give out anything
to the public. The result of this policy
has been wholesome and few com
plaints of thieving have been made.
It is impossible to stato Thursday
night how many were burned in the
fire Wednesday. All kinds of rumors
arc afloat and many persons arc miss
ing. Some have gone out of town and
some are off on the hills v 1th friends.
At tho improvised morgue aro three
dead bodies that of Chas Griffith, a
miner; the unknown incendiary shot
by rioyd Thompson, and an unindenti
fled miner. The revised list of tho4n
jured aggregates 20.
A corps of 25 insurance adjusters is
trying to figure out their losses They
roughly estimate the property loss at
51,250,000, not moro that 20 per cent, of
which is coiercd by insurance. Tho
loss by the two fires will reach S2.000,
000, and the total insurance loss about
5400,000. The cause of Wednesday's
fire is as yet a matter of specula
tion. A waitress hi tho Portland hotel
was in the kitchen when the blaze
first broke through tho partition w all
and sho states that the fire originated
in the Chicago restaurant adjoining
the hotel. But the fire burst out simul
taneously from so many places as to
still leave the impression that arson
was committed. Coal oil fumes were
detected about tho school house Thurs
day, and some women created a sensa
tion by telling of seeing two men try
ing to set fire to a residence near tho
Ireo Tabor From Competition With Con
vict Labor Favorable lleport nn the
Wasiiijotox, May 1. The house
committee on labor Triday ordered a
favorable report on the bill of Mr.
Southwick, of New York, to protect
f reo labor from competition w ith con
vict labor by i estf icting the sale of
convict made goods to the states in
which they aro produced. The meas
ure was amended so as to exempt the
manufacture of agricultural products
from the operation of tho proposed
law. The report states that it is not
designed by this bill to attempt to in
terfere in the slightest degreo with
tho right of each state to employ its
con icts and to disposo of the products
of their labor in any manner or by any
system or plan that may appear wisest
and best to its citizens. All it seeks tc
accomplish is to confine tho results oi
tho operations of such system, so fat
as possible, within the state lines and
to prevent resulting ovils, whether
necessary or otherwise from attending
to and injuriously affecting tho citizens
of these other states which elect to
make different disposition of the time
and labor of their prisoners.
To Improve the Louisville Club.
Louisville, Ky., May 1. President
Stucky, of tho Louisville Baseball club,
has offered John M. Ward the position ,
of captain arid manager of tho team.
President Stucky has come to a con
clusion that something must bo done
to improve tho club.
Treaty Between Germany and Japan.
Washington, May 1. The JJnitcd
States ambassador at Berlin Uiformj
the state department that a new com
mercial treaty, 'to continue 12 years,
has been signed betwqen tho represen
tatives of Germany and Japan. The
text of tho treaty is not yet made pub
lic. Ux-Fostmaster General James married.
Charleston, S. C, May 1. At Aiken,
S. C, at the residenco of W. J, Piatt,
Hon. Thomas L James, ex-postmastet
general, of New York1, was married tc
Mrs. Jeanne Freoburn Bardcn, oi
On to Havana.
Havana, May 1. Gen. Gomez is ro
ported to be heading toward this city
Ho is now In tho Province of Matan
zos, with nn army of 10,000 men.
Much excitement prevails over tho ro
i To Be Pleased
N EVER have better goods been shown ;
NEVER have greater varieties been of
fered; NEVER have prices been so low. There
is ho room for improvement in
the 'Bargains we offer.
Stylish Suits made fiom Black or Blue Thibetand iW
cy Cheviot for only $1.75.
Fine All-Wool Suits made from Blaclcor Blue Cheviot,
Clay Worsted Oassimere for only $0.00.
Very Handsome Suits in Blue or Black Imported
Worsted, Fancy Cheviot, Thibet Diagonal for only $7.50.
Elegant Suits, Imported Clay Worsted, English Twilled,
French Thibet, Fancy Cheviot, etc , in all the newest and
most admired shades, highest grade of Tailoring and all
Swell Garments for only $10.75.
Suits, nicely made up, for $2.75.
Suits in Black or Blue Worstedlor $3.75 worth $5 00.
1 OHXLiDRBISr'S SUITS
Suits at 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1 75, $2.00, $2 50 $3.00, up. j
Strictly All-Wool for $1.98 worth $3 00; $2 50, $2.75, .
5 $3.00, $3.50, $3.75 worth from $3.50 to $5.00.
It is a blessing to be within the teach of such an oppor- '"iSEE
tunity. Our beautiful new stock is all bright, clean and
fresh, and consists wholly of the latest and most popular Er
5 styles; prices which you cannot resist. jj
The Leading Clothiers of Southeastern Ohio.
U Preedman Bros., Prpps. Front St. and R. R. Crossing. J
How is this? A Good Strong 26
For the past week or ten days we have been receiving and opening
up the laige'st and finest line Bicycle Sundries ever shown in this city.
Almost every thing lrom the small spring for a M. & W. valve to-a
high grade wheel at lottom prices. See our windows.
JE31A.GrJL.lSr. So SOHAD,
Opposite Union Depot.
Telephone No. 118. 229 Second Street.
Do You Want a Qood Lamp?
If so, see Charles Holtz on Front Street near Putnam. He also will
show you by far the Best Selected stock of Qucensware In Marietta.
Gharles Holtz, the queensware man.
Sir Charles Tapper Completes Ills Work of
Ottawa, Ont, May 1. Sir Charles
Tupper, tho new Canadian premier.has
completed tho work of reconstructing'
tho cabinet and tho members wcro
sworn in Friday afternoon. Follow
ing is the official list of the now cabi
net: President of council, A. It. Angers:
postmaster general, L. O. Taillon;
minister of marine and fisheries, John
Costigan; minister of rail n ays, VTohn C.
Haggart; minister of finance, George
Foster; public works, A. Derjarditts:
minister of justice, A. It Dick
ey; minister of militia, Lieut.
Col. Tisdale; minister of agriculture,
W. II. Montague; minister of interior,
Hugh John McDonald; secretary of
state, Sir Charles Tupper; minister of
trado and commerce, W. 13. Ives; con
troller of customs, J. F. Wood; con
troller of inland ievcnue, Liout. Col. E.
G. Pryor; solicitor general, ir Charles
Tupper; ministers without portfolio,
Sir Frank Smith, Donald Ferguson and
Senator Rosu. ,,
The ceremony of swearing In the
members of tho now cabinet took placo
at two o'clock. Sir A. P. Carpn, it is
said, will 'go to London as high com
missioner. Mr, Quimct has an offer pf
a seat on tho benh in tho cpurt of np
pnls. A 870,000 Vlro at Qulucy fll.
Qdjnqv, 111., May 1. Tho Mcti block,
in which was Morris & Co.s clothing
store, was totally destroyed by fire a
11 o'clock Thursday'night. Loss about
scventy-flvo thouand dollars. Origin
Wheel for $35.00, Guaranteed.
Daniel A Hupp, whose place of residence is
unknown, but lu supposed to be in Jackson
county. West Virginia, will take notice.- that
on the 23d day of April. A. D. 1S90, Mary Hupp
tiled a petition in the Court of. Common Pleas
of Washlneton County, Ohio, (betas case No.
85807) against said Danfel Hupp The prayer
of said petition is for a dhorce from said
Daniel Hupp on the grounds of cross neglect of
duty, aud adultery with one Mary Hupp. De
fendant is required to answer in said case not
later than June 5th, 1SU0, or said dhorce will
B. E Guyton, attorney.
April 2ltu-B weeks
C. A. R. Encampment, Columbus,
O., May 3th.
For the above named occasion. the T. & O. C.
E. R. R. will selljickets at one fare for the
round trip aud run through coaches from Ma
rietta. Tickets good going May 12th and 13th
and returning nj) to and Including May 10th.
H. C. VINCENT, G. P. A.
For standlprlvilegea at Talr Grounds where
the big picnic will be held. July i, address J. O.
smith, Charles St, Marietta, O, or K. H.
Wagner. Wllllaniown, W. Va. Refreshment
stand privilege reserved.
Republican National Convention at
St. Louis June I6tll, 1800.
The T. O. C. Extension R R. will sell
tickets for this occasion, one fare for the round
trip, (limit announced later., This route 1b
the shortest between Marietta and Bt. Louis,
with fhe following schedule of time: Leaving
Mariettas oo a.m.. arrh eat Columbus 2 23 p.
ra i leave .Columbus vio Pennsylvania Lines
8.00 p. m.. arrive St. Louli 7.00 a.m.
Sarlor Car to Columbus and Pullman Draw
Room and Sleeping Cars, Columbus to bt.
Who can think
or some simple
thing to patent?
Protect year tdesjj they may bring
Write JOHN WEDDEKDUBM CO , l4
write ,uiin nwvuwuiu, a w , r-atcn ahcij
neys. WoiMnston, D. O , for their 1.BCU prlie offer
ad U of two hundred Inventions wanted.
Physlolan and Surseono.
omoa and residenco, on Second street, throe
doors bUoto tho Couit-houao, Marietta. Onlo.
STANLEY. W. A.
M. D., c. p. S .Physician and Surgeon,
Homeopathic, omce nnd residence corner Haf
mar and Lancaster Sts. v
nHARLE8 W. RICHARDS,
y ' Attorney at J.aw
Offico on Putnam Street,
JL Auorooj u La.r
Ottlco In Law liulldlng,
Attoraoy at Law and Notary Public,
ODlco on Second Street, opposlto Union Dopot.
O Attorney and Counselor at Law.
uoom a Mills uiock, uorner Putnam ana
Second streets. Notary Public
LOOMIS W. B.
Attorney nt Law, ,
Oaico Eaat cor, front and l'ntnam. Marietta,
J- P. WARD,
Real Estato and Loan Agent,
becond St.,ppp, Union Dopot. Marietta, O
DR. O. W. EDDY.
Office No. 304 Front Street,
Opposite Soldiers' Monument. Uoot'tonce No.
E18 Jfsurth Streot. Telonhono connection.
SOUS A. HAMILTON n. F. KHA1TT
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets
NTE & FOLLETT
Attomoyu at Law,
OElco in Law Building. Marietta, O.
Attorney at Law.
ODlco In Law Building.
Attorney at Law.
Oret Leader Office Cor. Front and Putnam
D. FOLLETT new Law Offices, over
Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
TTNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
1 1 Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8. Marietta, Ohio
Real Estate and Loans
HO Front Street, Marietta, Ohio
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
Livery, Feed and
COE. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horsoo Kept by tao Day, Week or MonUi.
Prompt Attention Given to Funerals,
Carriage crtn be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. 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' Hair-cutting and Shampooing a
CONRAD BAUM Proprietor.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff'o Is unexcelled, as are
alao his Cakes and Icos. Flnoat
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon given to serving parties
recaptions, weddings or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
All Brass, Nickel Plated and Burns
J Kerosene Oil,
S A beautiful, thoroughly rosdo and 9
? finely finished Bicycle Lamp, Jolt and 9
g 'cyclone proof,. 9
2 8nt to anr part of the country (oxprtuprtpald) 9
3 en receipt et price, St JO. iMabi you can bur II 9
3 oljouxloaildnlerlorallttlolotiiaikWm) 9
2 THE PLACE A TE.SHY MFQ, CO., 2
I 247 Centre SI., Nsw York. 2
ESTABLISHED 1867 v
Geo. Stuecker, nrainr Stiieckib
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oil
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks. Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repalilng Boilers in the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
On acco"mt of the Methodist Eplscopa
Church .General Conference at Cleveland, o.
May 1st to 81st, ttfe O. & M. By. will pell tickets
lrcin all ticket stations to Cleveland. O., at
rata of one fare for the round trip. Tickets
will be sold and good going only on April 29th
And 80th, May 1st and 12th, aud pot good re
turning after Ave days frpm date of sale.
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eft s j fsHil iWSi
l riynr a
, sulu UNDER GUARANTEE I
J. W. DYSLE Vfe an..
Successors to "The Buell Drng Co."
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
123 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Engine For Sale!
Small 1-2 to I H. P. Steam
Engine suitable Tor running
Fans or any light work. Price
Third and Butler Sts.
Fine Buggies, Ladies' Phaetons, Sur-
les ana gii Men's Buokboard, Etc.
Wo liavn in Rtnn.lr trm flnncif neenrf.
ments of high grado work ever offered'!
in jiianeiia. we visited tno xactory
where these goods are made and wo do
not llfisitntn t.n rprnmm,ifl thnm r.nvir
highly to our friends. We buy by tho
cur-iuau ana g-ei ine very lowest, prices.
They wero all made before January 1st,
1800, therefore aro thoroughly dry.
Wo handle a huirrrv Innrtn nsnnplAlW
ior iiuraers- use, strong ana durable.
tan at aio l'ourtu streot.
F. II Dutton & Son.
Fine Picture Frames
Of all lands. The finest line, of
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martini
Pianos. Olough & Warren ij
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. We always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & Breuninger
25G Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
A large assortment in stock!
Keys fitted by an expert lock
ouccessor to jj. if, Adams,
A. J. RICHARDS,
Nest door to First Nat'l Bank,
PEONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com-l
pounding of Prescriptions.
Ta rlmf and from this on wa-will
I UIJiV crive 100 emrraved Call-
lng Cards and plato for
51,00. This offer
from this on. No lady in'Marlatte
need bo without nice cards,
price now is as cheap as print
ed,cards. Engrayed cards nev
er go out of style. What was
gain in cards
'is good style for
all time. You can
secure this bar-
fjf The Marietta Book Store,
W ' 177 Front Street,
not only today but
In oyerythintf else we carry a fine Una
On account of the O. A. R. Encampment
Columbus, O , May 13-18, the O. & M. Iiy, w
sell excursion tickets from coupon stations
Columbus nnd return fit one fare for the rou
trin Tickets will be Bold and (rood eolns oa
on May U and 18, aud not good returning all
uay icin, iisuu.