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It leads directly to our doors. Throngs
o buyers traverse it day by day.
Shows that wo are strengthening" the
friendly business relations between the
store and the public, without which
there can be no success. Want ?ou to
keep coming; want you to tell your
friends and neighbors about the store:
we want to servo them as faithfully as
we are serving you. Confidence once
established the rest is easy.
See the Special Prices
We Make This '
That thin goods for a cool dress you
will need it this hot weather. Fast
colored Lawns 3Kc tc, and fie a yard.
llest Prints 3K and 4Hc a yard.
Persian Organdie at 12)c.
Dimities at 6 c
All Wool Albatross, 40 inch wide, at
Wool Crepons at lfic a yard, cream,
blue, green, pinlc.
Chameleon Moire at 10c. Pretty nov
elties. Ladies' Wrappers, fine patterns, nico
ly made, fall sizes, at 61.4S.
Duck overskirts, fast color, pretty
patterns, full made, at S'.ic.
White Kid Gloves, and White Silk
Mits, at bettor prices than sold any
where. The newest in Fans at Ulc, 18c.
09c, and 3e, a bargain.
-Ilain and Sun Umbrellas at fiOc, (i!ic,
89;. 9Sc, to $2.25.
We sell all
Shirts for Ojc.
the .10c Men's Working
Men's Suits at the Lowest Prices
made anywhere. This is the time to
buy everything a bargain.
Zephyr Dress Ginghams at 0c, and
SKc a yard.
Popular Goods from Our Notion
Shirt Waist Sets at fie. Sc, lOe to 2jc
15elts of the newest patterns at 10c,
15c,'20eand 2!)c. Our 29c belts were 4Sc
A nice plated finger ring for 10c and lfic
Pins lc, 2c, and 3c a paper, Why pay
5c and 10c. Needles 3c a paper.
Paper, envelopes, and tablets at 3c,
5c, and 10c for fine goods.
Some Special Prices on Wall Paper
. this week. We make the lowest prices
ever heard of, and ask an inspection of
An unusul sale on Mattings, Oil Cloth
and earpts. Some prices to close out
QUEENSWAIU: at tho lowest prices
made. New stock in this week. Some
more of those toilet sets at SI. 93, 52.25,
HAS. They are a great bargain. Tea
sets, Dinner sots, aud odd pieces away
down in price.
Odd pieces of Qiuidruplu Silverware
such as Te.i I'ots, Sugar Jlowls, Cream
ers, Spoonholders, and Calce and I'ruit
Uasket-s, 51,7."i each, refluar S3 and SI,
Jlojjer plated Unlves, forks,' and spoons
at speciul prices this week.
Tin Fruit Cans at 2!)c a dezen.
GROCERY DEFAUTMENT IS A
HUMMER. EASY TO EXl'I.AIX:
The best foods for the least money
makes things go, Rolston Health
Club L'ood, the best andj healthiest on
chrth. We carry a stock of them. The
Quaker Corrugated jDread Pans are a
go. The easiest and best to work with.
Only a few more pounds of that fine
tea at uUu a pound, with a good broom
Always come to us, for the LoweBt
Prices and get them at
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
Speculative Reaction Has
Changed in the Least.
Tho Railroad Earnings Are 4.1
Cent. Larger Than Last Year.
Demand for Boots and BhocB Slight!)- Hot
ter Textile Manufactures Slaking Im
provement rrlnt Cloths Decllno to
tho tonrcut Point Ever reached.
New YonK, June 13. R. G. Dun &
Co. says Saturday in their weekly rc
viow of trade:
Failures for tho week have been 210
in the United States against 241 last
year and 27 in Canada against 24 last
Speculative reaction has not tho
least changed the business outlook.
The fictitious price made for wheat and
cotton meant no good except for indi
viduals and the change In prices more
nearly in accord with actual relations
of demand nnd supply only con
firms the conditions which have
been w ell known for months. The nt
tacks on stocks on Wednesday was so
plainly' artificial that its iniluenee
passed with the day, and neither in
foreign relations nor in domestic busi
ness was. there anything to justify
alarm. The Government report as to
wheat indicated a much smaller yield
than anybody really expects, but thnt
has become so much the rule that
the report had no real influence and
the principal effect was tho serious de
preciation caused by large sales in an
ticipation of the report which seemed
to bo thoroughly known in advance to
some 'speculators. The government
estimate as to cotton was unexpectedly
favorable, and has caused a decline of
more than half a cent in a single
Railroad earnings for tho first week
of June were 1.1 per cent larger than
It is not the time to look for marked
improvement in industries nnd tho best
thing that can bo said of them is that
none have as yet been seriously dis
turbed by the threatened labor
difficulties. It scums not improb
able that all .such difficulties
may be averted, except, perhaps,
the controversy about wages of iron
puddlers and tin plate workors. Mar
kets are extremely dull because a great
number of orders for finished products
are kept back by uncertainty regard
ing the maintenance of prices by tho
various pools and combinations. In all
the markets tho tendency is toward
Tho demand for boot3 and shoes
seems slightly better, notwithstanding
an advance of 2JJ cents per pair is de
manded on some staple qualities. The
textile manufactures are making im
provement. Tho accumulation of cot
ton goods continues. Print cloths
have declined to the lowest point ever
reached, and a general stoppage to re
lieve tho market is expected. Sales of
wool in two weeks of June have been
only 5,b23,000 pounds against 12,502,000
pounds last year, and no gain is ex
ported in tho manufacture for some
time to come. '
MINE ON FIRE.
IIlBhty.Two Men ainko Narrow Ebcnpes
Thrcn Are Still In tho Minft.
TAVLonsvir.LE, IU., June 13. Tho
Taylorvillc Coal Mining works were en
tirely destroyed by fire Friday morn
ing and S.1 men were in the mine. Tho
fire originated in the oil room, situated
in the shaft, 500 feet below. A miner
unconsciously left a lighted torch near
the oil rooms, which ignited the oil
and cause,d an explosion. From
this the fire started and swept
with terrific speed to the
top of the main shaft and soon the en
tire structure was enveloped in flames.
All the men except three were rescued
through shaft Xo. 2, after three hours
of suffering. Tho three remaining are
undoubtedly dead " from suffocation.
runner Millionaire Dying Penniless.
New YonK, June 12. A Recorder
special from Boston says: Rodney Fiske,
the famous young millionaire from Cal
ifornia who startled Wall street a few
years ago by his wild speculation and
who disappeared mysteriously a few
years ago, alter squanacring ills orig
inal legacy of 81,200,000 and the mil
lions he added to it is dying in this city,
penniless, and dependent upon the hos
pitality of comparative strangers.
The Purchase of bllitr llulllou.
Washington, June 13. Ot the silver
bullion purchased under the act of
July 14, IS'JO, there are now on hand
132,!i.)S.l.r.2 fine ounces; the cost of this
bullion is S119,i'41,055; its coining value,
&172.541.4H. The totol number of sil
ver dollars coined from bullion pur
chased under the act of July 14, 181)0,
to June 1, 1600, was SlG.OU.uSl. Upon
this coinage there was a eeigniorage
or profit of S10, 117,234.
AtcitU-ntnlly Sliot Himself.
Kokomo, Ind., June i:. Hon. Outlier
McDowell, one of the alternates to the
convention at St. Louis, will not be
able to attend. L. E. Henslcy, a mem
ber of his fajnily, accidentally shot
himself while hunting in Ervln town
ship. A prmnaturo disohargg of the
gun took away the right arm of the
young man, and tho injury is thought
to be fatal.
Jules Million's Funeral.
I'Aitis, June 13. The funeral of M.
Jules Simon, the distinguished French
statesman who died last Monday, took
place Saturday, and was attended by a
large gathering of notable persons.
President Faure, Emperor William of
Germany, and King Leopold, of Bel
gium, were represented at tho obse
quies. Hank Sate Itobbril.
Palmeh, Kas., Juno 13. Tho bank of
Palmer was broken into at three
o'clock Saturday morning, tho safe
blown open and entirely destroyed and
the ash box robbed of SI, 100, all it
contained. The damage to the safe
and building amounts to about SI,
800. The burglars escaped, leaving no
1 ' '.
Not t r. . v&JL Jmmm o
Per f WlpBff- '1 '4
The umpire now decides that
"BATTLE AX" is not only
decidedly bigger in size than any
r. other 5 cent piece
(. quality is the finest
the flavor delicious
know just how
you try it
Oat'.irrivl Prom All Parti of tho Country
Cincinnati was selected as tho next
meeting p. ace for the bapnjorfest.
Judge Collier, of Albuquerque, X.M.,
has ordered the receiver of the Atlan
tic & Pacific railroad hereafter not to
blacklist any member of the American
Walter Hersterkamp. a six-year-old
boy living av 100 Southern avenue,
Pittsburgh, Pa., while on his way to
Now York to be treated for hydropho
bia, died on the train.
The London Statist gays that tho
fortune left by tho late Col. North, tho
Nitrate Kiny, is much let,! than five
hundred thousand pound. The famous
kennel of greyhounds owned by Col.
North was sold Saturday.
The gradual decline of the gold re
serve of the treasury which, under tho
last bond isMie, reached its maximum
figure of St2S,003,'JOO on April 13. hns
now fallen to S104,23S,7.i4. IVilay's
withdrawals were 2,130,600, most of it
At Massowah tho court-martial try
ing Gen. IJaraiieri Friday found him
not guilty of tho charges preferred
against him. Gen. Uaratieri was, com
mander of the Italian forces employed
in the campaign ngainst the Abyssin
ians. An east-bound Chicago & Northern
Pacific suburban train at Oak Park,
Chicago, struck a wagon containing
four men, killing Frank Woods, fore
man for the Chicago Telephone Co.,
and injuring Julius Uodine, Mark Du-
gan and Luwaru n illams.
The marriage of Miss Gertrude Van
dcrbilt to Harry Hayno Whitney will
probably be celebrated (n the late sum
mer at New York, and will be a brill
iant event. No definite arrangement
for it will bo made until the return of
W. C. Whitney from Europe.
The arrangements for the marriago
of Miss Grace Wilson to Cornelius Van
derbilt, jr., have not yet been com
pleted in detail. Tho marriage cere
mony will take place at 12:30 o'clock on
Thursday" next at the home of tho
bride's father, Richard T. Wilson, No.
511 Fifth avenue. New York.
Tho Spanish press and public uro
closely and anxiously following tho
drift of politics toward tho nomination
nnd election of a new president of tho
United States. The general belief i3
that McTIinley's nomination will seri
ously affect the relations between
Spain unci the Untte.l States, owing to
his alleged sympathy with the Cuban
Lionel Phillips and George Parrar,
tho reform committee leaders who, I
with John Hays Hammond and- Col.
Francis Rhodes, were released from
custody in Pretoria on Thursday havo
arrived at Johannesburg. They re
ceived nn ovation upon their arrival
and were carried into tho stock ex
change upon the shoulders of 1lhelr
Gov. Hns'tliifrt Leave for St. I.uuit.
PiTTSiiujtoir, June 13. Gov. Hastings
and party left here atO:S0 Friday night
for St. Louis, where the governor will
present the name of Senator Quay to
tho republican convention as a candi
date for tho nomination for tho presi
dency. The governor declared that ho
was not a candidate for tho vice presi
dential nomination but said that it
would not bo proper for hlia to refuso
it before it was offered to him. Ho
will vote for the gold standard.
Killed Uy a Fulling nock.
Barton, O., June 13. Jacob Kiddo
was killed here by falling stone in tho
of tobacco, but the
he ever saw, and
You will never
good it is until
Cincinnati. Juno 13.
Flour Sprlnsr family. $1022.85: winter
patent, Saco 3S5. sprint; Ifnncy, t3.ihSS.S0;
fnncy, 220.127.116.11. family. SS'lBi: extra, 8il5
VtS-il. low grade. 8I.TSJ'-00: rye. northwestern,
S2.VQ: 60. do, city. Si CO
Wheat No s red, nominal, at C3s; Sales;
sample red, track. (Ujic.
COUN Sales; Yoltow ear, trac',:, SOKc: No. 2
yellow, track. i9Hc.
Oats Sales: No 3 mixed, track. 16ic: No.
2, mixed, track, C0e.
Hoas Select butchersVSS 22433.25: fair to
good packers', S3.15&3 S3: fair to good light,
8aS02.3.35: common and roughs, 83. 753. 15.
Cattle l'"air to good shippers, 13 233.65;
choice to extra, S3 054 00. good to cholco
butchers. 81OJ185. extra, 8JO0S4O0; fair to
medium butchers, S3003a40, common, Si50
Sheep aj.d I.amd3 Sheep: Extras, saiOU
3 2V good to choice, Si60.J00, common to
fair. SI 75J150, yeaillngs, common to extra,
83 005105 Spring Lambs: Extras, S3. C02.5. 03:
good to choice, it "ilii-iO. common to Ialr$a00
Veal CALVEs-Falr to good light, SlOOa
4.50. extra, t4.5: common and large, S3 00
Wool Unwashed, lino merino, OSlOc per
lb: quarter-blood clothing, 12313c: medium
dolalne and clothing, US13o: braid. Httl2c:
medium combing", 13iI4c Washed, tlno
merino. X to XX, 12c: medium clothing, 143
15c: delaine fleece. U315c: long combing, 153
16c; quarter-blood and low, 1J313j: common
Baltimore, June 12,
Wheat No. 2 red spot and June. 04264Mc;
July OSc: August. 62;ia0J7Jc; September,
C27,'c; southern, C365c.
Corn Mixed spot and Juno, 32!(&!2Ho;
July. 32JJG32c; August, 33c: steamer mixed,
31(&31!gc: southern, 34c.
Oats No, 2 white western, 25c; No - mixed
KTE No. 2, near by, 35c.
Chicago. Juno 12.
Calls on July wheat opened at SS?ic, cold
between 59c and 6SKc lost price 68!Jc. Puts
openetl at E0!ic sold at 0Kc, last price 60;;
Calls on September corn opened at 29a, sold
at 8Xc, last prlco 29c. Puts opened at" 287,
:9c, sold at tOc, lust nrlce 287i(&?9c.
Buffalo, June 12
OATTLEStoady for good native butchers;
easy for still-fed stock. Calves about steady;
only few hero
SnEEr ajjd Lamus Best dry fed stocli
steady to strong; culls and good stock easy.
Hogs Easy at yesterday's closing prices.
PiTTsnruon. Juno 12.
Cattle Extra, S1.20) 35: good. J4. 10t20;
primo, 81253.4 30. rough fat, 8a0023 85: bulls,
stags and cows. Si0)2a&0; helfers.SiOO 4 oo.
To be satisfied with yourself is
a great blessing.. It always comeB
to those who ride Sunol Bicycles.
They are of the very highest
grade, made ot the best material,
bv the best workmen.
We are the exclusive agents in
We want vou to own one of
Oomo to our store and learn
Hagan & Schad,
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone i IS. 229 Second street.
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finosb lino oi
Mouldings and Pictures in the
city to select from.
Everett, Efarvayd - and Martin
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. We always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & Breuninger,
1 256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
I All Braaj, Nickel Plated and Burca
5 Kerosine Oil.
A beautiful, thoroughly made and
finely finished Bicycle Lamp, jolt and
c&n buy It
THE PLACE & TERRY MFG. CO..
247 Centre St., Nca York.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and loos. Flnoot
Neapolitan Ice Croam that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon Riven to servlnp: partloo
rocoptlono, wodrilncoor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
To make room for an
sa yi otner carload to arrive
I Rln ten days we will sell
3! pJ at a liberal discount.
fl & "ow '
f -i JrtMF le Trtll nlmtinn
Aibft io jrvLt vuuut.i;i
:i l f- f ft n ft
s p r. n. uuxton a oon.t y
4' 515 Fourth street.
A Full Line in Stock at
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
HorBBS Kept ay tha Day, Weak or Month.
Fromrt AMontion (liven to Fnnsrals.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will recelvo
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
1 When You Paint
If you dosire tho very best results at the
least espenso you will Use our paints.
J. W. DYSLE & CO.,
The Leading Paint House in South
Z. & O. R. RY.
Half Fare Rates to Dayton. 0 June
33rd and 24th.
Acct. of Knights of St. John encampment.
Tickets good going on above date, returning
until June 20th Included. It a to 5.85 round
trip, Call at Union Eepot or Front street
Ticket Office for particulars.
TJTTAfcTiaU AS CMITJS,
VV Physicians and Surneono,
Office and residence, on Hcoond utreot, throe
doors above tho Canrt-nouso, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY W A.
M. D 0. D, S-Phyalctan and Surgeon,
Homeopathic, omeo and residence corner Har'
mar and Lancaster Sto,
CHAtt.tKa W. BtCfUHUoi
Attorney Bt Law,
Office on Putnam btveet,
Altorncj at Ijitt
Offlco la Law UullJlim, Marietta, O.
Attornov at Law una Noturv Public.
Office on Second Stroet, oppoalte Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
OOMIS W. B. " '"
Attorney at Law,
umce East cor. Front and Putnam. Marietta.
Jr. WARD. .
Real Estate and Lo&u Agunt,
oecond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
1 Ml. C. W. EDBY.
Office No. 304 Front Streot.
UDiioalto Holdlera1 Monument. UftaIrlGnr.fi Nn.
518 ourtn Street. Telenhouo connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. F. KRAFT
HAMILTON i KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Dulldlng, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
YK t POLLBT2,
Attorneys i Law
OHlco In Law Ilulldlng.
Attorney Lt Law,
Office in .Law Building,
Q J. IIA'ITMAWAY,
Attornov at Ln.iv.
Ovei Leader Office.
Cor. Front and Putnam
U. FOLLETT now Law Unices, oven
Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St,
UNDERWOOD & MJDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans.
1 10 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
If You Wish to
ENJOY A PLEASANT DAY
Take In tho
Cheap Excursion to Zanesville,
Sunday. June 2I.S10Q Round Trip.
Republican National Convontlon at
St. Louib June IGth, 1896.
Tho T. & O. O. Extension R. R. will sell
tlcltets for this occasion, one fare for the round
trip, (limit announced later., This route Is
the shortest between Marietta and tit. Louis,
with the following schedulo of time: Leaving
Marietta 0:00 a. m., arrive at Columbus 2.25 p.
m.: leave Columbus via Pennsylvania Linos
a:00 p. m arrive St. Louis T:00 a. m.
Parlor Car to Columbus and Pullman Draw
ing Room and Sleeping Cars, Columbus to St.
For nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Imperial
Council, June 2Jnd via the C. &. M. Ky good
for reture until June 25th at rate of one faro
for the round trip. Call on C. & M. Ry. ticket
agents for full particulars.
On account of J. O. U. A. M. National Coun
cil at Denver. Co) , June lbth 20th, the C. &
M. Ry. will sell tlcltets at rate of one fate plus
fl 00 for the round trip Tlcltets will be sold
only on June 12th and 18th, and good for re
turn June 20th to 25th, subject to an extension
of limit to July 15th.
On account of Knights of St. John Encamp
ment at Dayton, Ohio, the C. & M. Ry. will
sell excursion tlcltets on June 23rd and 21th at
one fare for tho round trip, good returning
until June 20th.
On account of Photographers Association of
America at Lalte Chautauqua, N. Y., tho U &
M. Ry. will sell tickets on June 2.2nd at one
fare for the lound trip, good for return June
20th to 30th.
On account ot Fourth of July Holiday the C.
& M. Ry. will sell excursion tickets to all
points In C. P C territory 200 miles or less
from starting point at one fare for the round
irip, gooa returning until juiy uth.
On account of the Y. V. 8. of C. E. at Wash
ington, U o the o. & M. Ry. Co. will sell ex
cursion tickets on July lib, tlth and 7th at one
fare for the round trip, good returning until
July 15th and subject to an extension of limit
until July 31st.
For further Information call on C. & M. Ky,
Ticket Agents or address K. W. Page, G. P. A.,
Fourth of July Excursion.
The T. & O. C. E. R. R. will authorize the
sale ot excursion tickets between all stations
on Its line and all stations on U. U. lines, July
Srd and 4th, good returning up to nnd Includ
ing July Uth, at one fare for the round trip.
Reduced Rates, July Fourth.
The Ohio River Railroad Company will sell
excursion tickets July 3rd. and 4th. between
all stations on Its line at one fare for the
round trip; tickets good returning until July
Stehle's Addition; 25 acres platted. Easy of
access by Trolley or otherwise. Lots 50 by 110
feet: Stroets b0 leet wide. Call at room 6, Law
Uulldlng; see plat, learn prices and terms. No
equal in Ohio as a hilltop view, 10 minutes'
walk from the business part of the City. Also
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Room 5, Law IlulldlnK.
J, D. Payne, Speclat Agent,
R. bTEid.E, Marietta, O.
A Rare Opportunity.
The College residence property
:ty, on Fifth
', is ollered for
1. for a short
street, oppoitte Mound Cemetery,
sale by ward & Stona as agents,
time only. The location Is one of choicest In
the city. .Size of lot 120x220 feet. Terms made
ay 2 tf.
for stand privileges at Pair Grounds where
the big picnic will be held, July 1, address J, o.
Smith, Charles St., Marietta, O , or Id II.
Wagner, Wllllamstown, W.Va. Refreshment
stand, privilege reserved.
PltUburs Clnclmnitl I.I 11 u of Strainers.
Arrive at Marietta", going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons; going down,
overy Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
Jas. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information write or call on Jas.
R.IIatght, Passenger Agt., No. 251 Pront streot,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 8J,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
8EE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE