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Wo are offering this week. Our buy
ers hayo returned from Now York City,
Boston and Philadelphia, with some of
the greatest bargains wo have ever
had tho fortune to secure, and as the
quantities are limited, vou are invited
to come without delay and inspect our
offerings at tho lowest prices offered
Here Are Some Of 'Em:
One caso Barker 4-4 Bleached Muslin
at Gtfc a yd., worth 10c.
One case Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached Mus-'
lin at OHc a yd., worth 10c.
Ono caso Bla"ck and Red Prints at 4c
One caso Shirting Prints at 34c a
yd., worth 5c.
One caso full width Sheeting at 12&c
a yd., worth ISc. '
One caso full width Bleached Sheet
ing1 at 15c a yd., worth 20c
We are making only Half Prices on
many lots of goods thistweek. Cotno
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, nretty and cheaper
than ever before; sold at 5c for 10 cent
goods, at OKc for 15 cent goods, at 10c
for 20 cent goods.
Our late purchases arriving daily
a'nd 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.
25 dozen High Bust Corsets, called
20th Century, at only 49c; worth every
25 dozen Summer Corsets, all sizes, at
SOc and 45c, worth 50c and 05c. THE
LARGEST STOCK OP CORSETS in the
STRAW HATS, from 5c to 50c.
JLook out for our SPECIAL
Men's Shirts and Underwear at cut
prices. We lead tho procession here. .
A Tremendous Stock of goods will
arrive from now on. Our buyers caught
op. 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 da We
can't tell you a little bit of what we
can show you.
10 Boxes Celluloid Starch; requires
no cooking. The lest 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 finest and best Cocoanut for
custards, puddings, pios, etc.; sells all
over at 20c a can, a full half pound. It
is double strength, and therefore will
go as far again as other kinds. Our
priee per can this week, only 8c.
Good Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
in h. packages at 5; per package,
Wo have surprising Bargains for ycu,
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 Washing Tubs that
ate scratched and scuffed, which we
will sell cheap.
The Best Cigar
cent. Try one. .
in the U, S. for ono
Look out and keep posted on our
prices. We soil lower than any other
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
SHAH OF PERSIA
Assassinated While at a Shrine
in the Persian Capitol.
Ho Was Shot by Mollah Reza, and
Expired Soon Afterward.
The Slmh'R Third Son Retires to His Val.
uco on Advice Tho Heir to tho Throne,
Mnrahcr-IM-DInr, tho Second Son,
litis Been Froclalracd Slinh.
Washington, May 2. Shortly nfter
tho receipt of tho news of tho assassina
tion, Secretary Olney sent a cable mes
sage to Minister McDondald saying
that the president directed that sincere
condolences be tendered and abhor
rence of tho crime expressed to tho
government of Persia and tho family
of tho shah.
London, May 2. The details that
huve reached hero of the assassination
of the shah Friday, are of the briefest
character. As tho shah was entering
the inner court of tho shrlno of Shah
Abdul Azlm, tho assassin, who is said
to be a Sayyid from Kerman, named
Mollah Reza. dellvored the fatal shot
The Shah was attended by his chief
physician, Dr. Toleosch and other phy
sicians. Tho assassination caused
much alarm. Prlnco Naib-Es-Saltancs,
tho third son of tho Shah, retired to his
palaco at tho request of tho govern
ment. TomtAK, May 2. Tho following de
tails of tho assassination of tho shah
Friday wero obtained through official
sources Saturday morning: The shah,
accompanied by the grand vizier,
Asghar, and a number of attendants,
paid a visit to tho shrlno of Shah Ab
dul Azim. nis majesty traversed tho
outer court of the shrine, whero he
stopped and gave a bank note to an
Arab and spoko a few kind words
to a water carrier. Two chains
barred the way to the inner court ol
tho shrine. Tho shah had just passed
tho first chain when the assassin ap
proached him, and when within a few
feet of him fired a revolver. Tho bul
let struck the shah near tho heart. Ilis
majesty fell forward upon his knees,
but rose to his feet and walked a few
paces, when ho fell again. The assas
sin was immediately seized and hurried
away. Tho shah at once became un
cpnsclous and was immediately taken
to his carriage and conveyed to the
palace at Teheran, whither doc
tors were summonded as quickly as
posbible. When tho physicians arrived
at tho palaco they found the shah dead,
and certified that his death was caused
by a bullet lodged in the pericardia
region between the sixth and seventh
Mazaffcr-Ed-Din, tho dead monarch's
second son and heir to tho throno, has
been proclaimed shah.
ON THE HIGH SEAS
AVns tho Scliooncr Competitor Captured,
and Not In Cuban Waters.
Kr.Y West, May 2. Information
thought to bo reliable has been received
in tills city to the ellect tnat tno
schooner Competitor was captured on
tho high seas. On tho morning of the
day beforo the reported capture tho
schooner was sighted near Sand Key
Light and the ind being light and
ahead, it was impossible for tho schoon
er to get into Cuban waters.
Great excitement exists in this city
over tho report that the crew of tho ill
fated schooner were being executed
Seattle, Wash., Jlay 2. Deputy
United States marshal h. L-. Williams,
of Juneau, Alaska, who was a passen
ger on the steamer Mexico, which ar
rived from the north Friday, states
that both republicans and democrats
will hold territorial conventions in
June or during the present month and
elect delegates to their respective na
tional conventions. Only sound money
men, Mr. Williams asserts, will be
Mail Doc Kan Amuck.
Chicago, May 2. A niad dog ran
amuck in the southwest part of tho
city Friday morning and severely bit
four children before a policeman killed
the animal. Grace Stolz had her hip
badly lacerated by tho dog's fangs.
Arthur Zeal had part of a finger torn
away. Thomas Conway and Henry
Gillan had their arms bitten. The
wounds were quickly cauterized.
Wealthy rnimer Murdered and llobbed.
JnrFEr.soK City, Mo., May 2. Nich
olas Lienhardt, a wealthy farmer liv
ing 12 miles south of this city, was
murdered and his body robbed of a
largo sum of money by Frank Hender
son, a Negro farm hand. Tho Negro
cut the telephone wire leading from
Iiinhnrdt's house to this city and came
here He was arrested Friday. Ho
had S400 when arrested.
Constantinople, May 2. Franco
and Italy, through their representa-
f tivo hero have demanded of tho porto
an indemnity for tho loss of life and
destruction of property belonging to
'Catholic missions during tho recent
massacres in Anatolia.
The 'ubllo Debt Increased.
Wasuinoton, May 2. Tho debt state
ment ibsued Friday afternoon shows a
net increase in tho public debt less cash
in the treasury during April of 85,045,-
416. Total cash in tho treasury, 8S08,-
Dervishes Defeated. t&Sl1
Caiiio, May 0. The Egyptian troops
under the command of Jlaj. Murtler
have had a sharp (skirmish with a force
of Dervishes near Akusheh. Tho Der
vishes wero defeated with much loss.
Mrs. Ilooth-Tucker liettcr.
San Francisco, May 2. Mrs. Booth-
Tucker, tho Salvation Army com
mander, is greatly improved and her
complete recovery Is but a question of
a few days.
Governor of the Isle of Wight.
London, May 2. Princess Beatrice
(Princess Henry, of - Battenburg)
daughter of tho queen, has been ap
pointed governor of tho Isle of Wight.
and no other, font is
The largest piece of good
tobacco eversoldfono cents
The Scent piece is near y as
arge as vjou get of other
QMb Slides for io cents
Gathered From All Tarts of tho Country by
Tho Santa Clara Manufacturing Co.,
Omaha, Neb., assigned Friday. Tho
liabilities are estimated at 850,000, with
Miss Eva Booth, of tho Salvation
Army, sailed Saturday on tho steamer
Umbria far Liverpool. A large delega
tion of Salvation Army officers were at
tho dock to bid her bon voyage.
Charles Jefferson, of tho Central
Congregational church, of Chelsea,
Mass., announces that ho has decided
not tb accept tho call from the First
Congregational church of Oakland,
At the two relief camps at Cripplo
Creek over 2,000 people wero fed Fri
day morning, tho breakfast consisting
of meat, coffee, hot cakes and other
Dubstantial viands. Tho quantity of
tents is sufficient to accommodate all
who arc in need of aid.
Fred D. Grant, appointed police com
missioner of New York by Mayor
Strong in May, 1805, to succeed Mich
ael Kerwin, was appointed police com
missioner for tho full term of six years
and sworn in by tho mayor Saturday
Tho business portion of tho town of
Indianola, 50 miles west of Greenville,
Miss., was destroyed by fire early Fri
day morning. Half a dozen residences
Jwere also burned. Tho total loss is
.about 65,000, with but little insurance.
No cause for tho firo is known.
Tho kaiser has conferred upon Princo
Ferdinand of Bulgaria the order of tho
Black Eagle, and upon M. Stollofr,
jprime minister of Bulgaria, the order
of tho Red Eagle. Ho has also con
ferred tho royal order of tho crown
.upon Col. Petrol!, Bulgarian minister
1 Secretary Lamont has designated, in
Arlington national cemetery for tho
iinterment of tho remains of Secretary
IGresham, a site near tho graves of Gen.
'Sheridan and Admiral Porter and in
front of tho historic mansion. It over
looks the city of Washington and tho
Tho president has approved tho joint
resolution to secure a proper distribu
tion of tho publication entitled "Mes
sages and Papers of the Presidents."
'Tho edition of this valuable collection
is extremely limited, and tho resolu
tion provides for placing copies in ap
Tho commission firm of Kcnnett,
Hopkins & Co., New York and Chicago,
was dissolved Friday, Geo. B. Hopkins,
tho resident Now York partner, with
drawing. This is tho firm which Chi
cago members, Messrs. Harris and
Kcnnett. were suspended bv tho board
of trade for alleged connection with, a'
Tho entire Paris press made regret
ful and sympathetic rofcrence to tho
violent death of tho Shah of'Persia,
and regarding the affair in its political
uspect, express tho thought that Eng
land will now ondeavor to regain her
jlost prestige in Persia. In any case,
the papers say there is reason to fear
'that internal dlsordors will occur
'which tho now shah may find It fifll
Must itepbrt Violations.
Columbus, 0 May 2. Attorney Gen
eral Monnett Friday rendered an im
'portant opinion, in which ho says that
assessors aro required to report saloons
conducted in connectlop with places of
evil vcputo for taxation under tho Dow
law, and that such places, being oper
ated in -violation of law, must ut tho
same time bo reported to tho county
prosecutor for prosecution of tho proprietors.
Minister WlUli Convalescing.
San Fbancisco, May 2. Albert S.
Willis, United States minister to Ha
waii, who has been prostrated with
pneumonia since his arrival from Hon
olulu on tho 23d of April, is mending
rapidly, and tho attending, physician
pronounces him out ofdanger.
Did You Ever
Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not, got a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine has
been found to bo perfectly adapted to
tho relief and euro of all Female Com
plaints, exerting a wonderful direct in
fluence in giving strength and tone to
the organs. If you have Loss of Appe
tite, Constipation, Headache, Fainting
Spoils, or are Nervous. Sleepless, Ex
citable, Melancholy or" troubled with
Dizzy Spells, Electric Bitters is the
medicine you need. Health and
Strength aro guaranteed by its use.
Fifty cents and S1.00 at W. II. Styer's
. iTk." -W ..lf
f, 0 0 0,0 0 0
Bicycles are to bo made and sold
this year. Wo don't expect to sell
all of them, but we want to do our
share. We can't do it without
We want you to own one ol
Come in and Look them over.
t Onooslte Union Denot.
Telephone 11S. 229 Second street.
A Rare Opportunity.
The College residence propertr, on Fifth
street, opposite .Mound Cemetery, Is offered for
sale by Hat a &; Stone as agents, for a short
time only. The location is one of choicest In
the city. Size of lot 120x120 feet. Terms made
May 2 tf.
81. DO Columbus & Return 81.50
Sunday.'May 10th, the T.O. 0. Ex, K. will
run a special train' leaving Marietta at t
o'block a. m , which will connect at l'alos with
Onlo Central Lines special, arriving in Col
umbuH nt 10:00 a m.; train returning, leaves
Columbus at 5 p. in , arriving In Marietta at
0:ao p. ni. Tills gives you 1 hours ior sight
seeing In tho capital city. For furtner mior
matlon, enquire at "Union Denot.
Who can think
of somo ftlmple
thing to patent f
N & CO
tier; Waililngton, V. Cfo
acd (lit of two bundled In'
or their (1,800 prlio offer
Walter & ouiursn.
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office And residence, on Secondstreot, three
doors above the Court'honta, Marietta Ohio.
CJTANLEY. W. A.
O M. D., 0. D. S.. Physician and Surgeon,
Homeopathic Office and residence corner Bar
mar and Lancaster Sts.
Charles vr. rticuAnus,
Attorney at law,
Offlooon Putnam Street,
X AUornej a: Lair
OCloo In Law Building,
Attorney at Law and Kotary Public,
Offlco on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 8 Mills Dloclt, Corner Putnam
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. JJ. ,
Attorney at Law,
OUico East cor. Fiontahd Putnam, tonrtiuu.
J P. WARD.
Heal Estate and loan A stunt,
second St , opp. Union Deaut. Marteut, O
, , : v-
TV o. W. CDUV. . -
U Office No. 304APrort Streot,
Opposite Soldloro' Monument. Residence o.
C18 ifourth Street. TolODhono connection,'
JOHN A. HAMILTON II. F. KRAIt
HAMILTON &, KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLKTT
Attorneys at Law.
Offlco In Law Building,
Attorney at Law.
Office In Law Building.
. Attorney at Law.
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
D. FOLLETT new Law Offices, over
Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
TTNDERWOOD & LTJDEY,
L J Attorneys At Law,
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8. Marietta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans.
T F. FOREMAN,
J Architect, '
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
The New Yost.
Best for 'Speed and Results
SEE IT AT THE, LEADER, OFEICE
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
HorceB Jcapt by tho Day, Waok or Honth.
Prompt Attention Glvon to Fanerala.
Carriage can bo 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.
Ladies' Hair-cutting and Shampooing a
CONRAD BAUM Proprietor.
DO YOU EAT BREAD!
Jacob P faff s Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon given to oorvlnB parties
receptions, weddlnss or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
GEO. SlBEOKEB. 'RliiatY STBEOKVh
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 fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics in this lino.
Give us a trial we know wo can please you.
omce and works on West Side.
On account of the Methodist Eplscopa
Church General Conference at Cleveland, Q.
May 1st to 81st, the C. & M. Ky. will sell tickets
from all ticket stations to Cleveland. O., at
rate 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 not good re
turning after Ave days from date of sale.
G. A,. R Encampment, Columbus,
O., May 13th.
For the above named occasion the T. & O, C,
E. It. It. will sell tickets air una' fare for the
round trip and ran through coaches from Ma
rietta. "Tickets good going May 12th and ISth
and returning up to and including May 10th.
H, Oj VINCENT, O. P. A.
For stand privileges at Fair Grounds Where
me Dig picnic win oe neia.juiy ,naaress 0. u
bnilth. ohailes St. Marietta. O. or K. II
Wagner. Wllllamstown. W.Va. Kefreshment
stand privilege reserved,.
Republican National Convention at
St. Louis June loth, 1800.
The T. & O. 0. Extensldn II. R. will sell
tickets for this occasion, one fare for the round
trip, (limit 'announced later., This route Is
the shortest between Marietta and St. Louis.
with the following schedulo of time: Leaving
Marietta 9. 00 a. m arrive nt Columbus 2.2s p.
m.: leave Columbus via Fcnuiylvania Linos
3:00 p. 111.. arrive St. Louis 7:00 a. m,
Parlor Carlo Columbus and Pullman Draw
lnc Kooin and Sleeping Card. Columbus to St.
1 Louis. .
J. L mmii
RnT.n TTMntrti j? -i a -
ACTUAIi COST LESS THAN 81.26 PEE QaJf.
J. W. DYSE & COl,
Successors to "The Bufcll(Xrag Co."
Wholesale and Retail Druggisto,
123 Front Streot, - Marietta, Ohio
Engine For Sale!
Small 1-2 to I H. P. Steam
.. . . .
tngine suitame tor running l
Fans or any light work. Price i
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
Fine Buggies, Ladies' Phaetons, Sur
ies and Oil Men's Buckboard, Etc.
We have in stock tho finest assort
ments of high grade work ever offered
in Marietta. We visited tho factory
where these goods are made and wo do
not hesitate to recommend them very
highly to our friends. We buy by tho
car-ioaa ana get tno yery lowest prices.
They wero all made before January 1st,
1S90, therefore aro thoroucrhlv drv.
Wo handle a buggy inado especially
ior iarmers- use, strong ana auraoie.
Call at 515 Fourth street
F. H. Dutton & Son.
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. ' The finest line oil
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and -Martini
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the. Lowest. We always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & Ereuninger
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
A large assortment in-stock
Keys fitted by an expert lock
, smith at
successor to u. y. Adams.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Noxt door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
On account of the G. A. R. Encampment at
Columbus, O., May 13-10, the C. &, M. Ry will
sell excursion tlcketsjrom coupon stations to
Columbus and roturn at one fare fnr thA round
trip. Tlcketsvill be sold and good going only
on May 12 and 13, and not good returning after
May 16th, 1800.
Brass, Nickel Plated and Burns
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S u"ibi. tnorouehly made ana
O finely finished Bicycle Lamp. Jolt and
V cyciono proof. t
v) onrecolpt of price, fije. (UyU, you cu buj It
B . THE PLACE 4 TERBy MFC, CO.", "
g 247 Centre St., Nsw York.
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