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In the shape of Iicmnants. Odd Lots
and Tail Ends, from every department,
have been rooted out, ticketed and
marked at prices to close them with a
rush. It's a fitting wind-up for the
bigffest selling event in our history. A
Jew days will do the business, and
sharps the word.
Kemnants of Dress Uoods, und all
broken lots nothing wrong with them,
cost just as nnich as the rest; going to
sell them at a sacriilcc though. Why
not look ahead and save n dollar,
Can't tell you the prices until you see
Broken Lots and Ends of Silks.
Good Waist Lengths among them
Some at about one-half regular piices
and even less
Crepons, all silk, 20 inches wide, at
15c, worth 40c. Colored Satins at 25c a
yard, worth 40c. Silk Grenadines, 7
pieces, at 75c, were 81.75 to S'i 50 lS-in.
Silk Velvets at 49c, wjre USc.
Good-bye to Wash Goods.
The loft over must go this week.
The prices arc absurd but wo do not
want to winter them. Fino Lawns,
Dimities Linen Effects, Organdies,
Ducks, Challies, &c, at 8Jf. UX. and
tic a yard. Dress Ginghams at 3, 5
and O'fc, wero 10, VX)i and 15c.
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
Not a question of wortli but prices
that will bell them 48, 0 1, 7'J and !Sc,
should be 75c to $1.50.
Broken Lots of Hosiery
Odd garments and pairs must go at
some price. Can't you use somo of
them? They will go rapidly at these
Some pretty patterns. Must clean
the counters at these prices: 59, 75, b'J
Never such low prices on staple goods.
Shirtings at 3, 5 and (JKe a yard.
Prints at i, 4 and 4c for bests. 4-4
Iileach Muslin, Hanker und Lonsdale,
at 4Jc a yard. Good heavy lirown
Muslin at 4, ii and 5cj yard wide.
Special frr This Week.
One case of Fine Dark Satine Dress
Goods at 10c a yard, regular ISc.
Last Call on Shirt Waists.
And a loud call it is. Mostly broken
lots but none the worse for that, if your
sie, style and kind is among them you
are in luck, At Bile, 49c and 09c; were
50c, 75c and S1.'J5.
Hoy's waists, the good kind at 25c for
Special for One Day Only.
Look for them in our window.
One pound fine Gunpowder tea, regu
lar price 80c and choice of cako basket,
dinner castor, pickle castor, sugar bowl,
yt Hot souvenir spoons, of triple and
quadruple plate silverware and sell for
$.2.50 to S3 5U. Our price for this sale
only S1.25, for choice of silverware and
Special Sale for One Day.
Look in the window for them. One
pound baking powder, one large glass
pitcher and threo tumblers to match,
all for 35c; a line water set worth 75c.
Watch us every day for something
new, we will bear watching for barg
Carpets, rlattings and Wall
Must go in this general closing out sale.
Remnants and odds at very small
prices. Metal bed and wheel wagons
at $1.00 and S1.25
Fill up your china closet with some
odd pieces while they are going so
cheap. A rare chance during this sale.
For Groceries, Candies, Cigars and
Tobacco we are always below the
marUs A choice smoke for le.
Electric Light Flour this week at 40c
a sack. Made from old wheat fully up
to the standard in quality. Our grocer
ies are the purest and best. New York
Cream Cheese Vi4 and 15c.
Remember our prices are lower than
any other house for like quality and
style. Try us and bo convinced.
169 Front St. Marietta.' 0
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bv B sjliorccilu
WM. G. MORElAND,
i:-Clt) Atlor.mj of i'ltl.uir;h. Coiull tt-i)
of Kmht'zrlf'muiit, lt4rl.i4 IIH S n-
Pinsiiuur.il, Pa., July 20. The crim
inal court-room wti'j thronui 1 We lii's
day morning with speil.i -, com
posed principally of members of the
Allegheny county bar, who had assem
bled in anticipation of the wising of
sentence upon ex-City AtUVijMy W'm.
C. Moreland und his assistant. Win. P.
After a tedious delay of an hour, all
other business having been disposed of,
the well Known defendants were sum
moned before the bar for sentence.
Judges Porter and Kennedy were on
the bench Maj Moreland was first
addiesscd and sentence was passed by
Judge Kennedy, that lie should under
go imprisonment in the Western peni
tentiary for a term of three years, pay
a fine of S-l!,05J 74 (the amount of His
confessed embezzlement), and costs of
Wm II. House, Maj. Moreland's as
sistant during flis 14 year terms
as legal adviser for the city, was then
sentenced to pay 81,000 tine, costs of
prosecution and to serve a term of two
years and threo months' imprisonment
in the penitentiary. Maj Moreland
was at once removed to the county jail
and preparations begun for hisremoal
to the penitentiary. Mr. House was
taken in charge by Sheriff Kiehards
Strenuous efforts are bejng made for a
stay in his case, pending action of the
superior court on an appeal.
GATHERING OF BICYCLES.
About rlftecn ThoilHuml Wlipoln In Line
All llrautirnllj Dcinrutrd.
Ci.kvi:i.am), O., July 2b. Undismayed
by threatening weather upwards of
15,000 bicycle riders participated in tho
great centennial wheel parade Monday
afternoon. All ages, classes and sexes
took part. The bicycles were brightly
decorated, and all of the colors of the
lainbow seemed wovpn into the re
olving wheels. A great many pretty
costumes were seen, and the spectacle
ns a whole was pleasing and pictui
esqnc. Maj McKinley, with agioup
of friends-reviewed the paiadcfiom a
large stand in front of the city hall.
The riders cheered him as they went
by, and the people on the sidewalks
neaifoy helped them out. When Maj.
McKinley drove to and awny from the
levieuing stand he was greeted with
cliccrs all along Superior street, which
was packed with two long dense lines
WARM IN ST. LOUIS.
Thlrtj-llirco Cam of Sunxtrokr, Four
I'Htal I cirl Hiirscn Killed Ijj the II rut.
Si. Louis, July 30. There were 3'
cases of sunstroke in St Louis Wed
nesday, four of the ictims are dead
and li; are in a serious condition. The
dead are: John liyrnes, aged 45, Ml
Clinton street; George II. Thiemeyer,
aged 24, 2400 Elliott avenue; Henry
.eigler, aged 40, 2410 McNair aenue;
F. Tauss.iint, aged 02 years.
The latter for the past two years con
ducted a tailor shop in the Southern
Forty-four horses were killed bjh?nt
in the past 24 hours. The mercury
Wednesday -.cached !! degrees, and at
10 o'-.dock Thursday morning it was 1)0
degrees in the shade, with indications
that the century mark will be reached
GIVEN AVAY BY A COAT.
Oui'SlH!.-.- Knlilier Caiisht and Others will
snon I1h I.imlrd.
Coioiiaio Si'jslM.s, Col., July 30.
One of the three men who participated
in tin- Colorado Springs nnd Cripple
Cieek .stage robbery last Thursday was
captured by a deputy sheriff while
leaving u Denver train at this point
Monday morning, but for reasons un
known the an est has been kept a pro
found tecret.. Immediately after the
hold-up the robbers threw aw ay an old
ecat which contained the initials of
Vie Verbtiek, one of the highwaymen,
and the son of u former Cripple Creek
druggist. The police are now search
ing for the other two robbers, whoso
identity, has been established.
!llc)c!o Company Glteg Up.
Chicago, July 30. The Jenkins Cy
cle Co , at IS nnd 20 Custom House
place, madu an assignment Thursday
afternoon in the county court for the
benefit of creditors. The assignee is
II. L. Moxey, who is connected with
the company. Tlje deed of assignment
places the assets at 10'J,900, and the
liabilities at 877,103.
Hurled In Wheat.
St. Louis, July 80 By tho collapse
of timbers supporting 10,000 bushels of
wheat on .the third floor of ,tho Kegiun
elevator at Main and Plum streets
Thursday afternoon, Heory Schu
macher, aged 27, was instaptly killed.
Ten other employes wero buried be
neath the mass of grain and wero se
To be Given Away
One Coutxm in each B
COUPONS GIVE FULL INFORMATION AND LIST OF VALUABLE ARTBCLES,
Mail Pouch Tobacco is sold by all Dealers.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of Valuable Artieltt with Explanation how to git then, MAILED OH REQUEST.
the oloch bros. tobacco co wheeling, west vbrginia.
Mo coupons exchanged after July I, 1897.
Marietta, Q., Wednesday, Aug. 5th
Ciucinnati, July 3a
Flouii Sprlnz fancy, SaiOfclLO spring
family, S2 50a2S5. spring patent, 3 65Oa00.
winter patent. 83.45&75. fancy, $i80&ai0;
family, ti5Ciifc, extra, $10J2 30 Ion urade,
$I.7j100, rje, northwestern, i.'45iJCO. do,
Wheat-Sales: 2 cars sample red, track. 58c
CoilN Sales: Wnlte ear, track, 7c, mixed
ear, track, '.6c, do, nearly' jellow, 3(5o, jellow
ear. track, 26jo
Oats Sales: 1 car No 3 mixed (now),
Hoes Select butenors, JJ.i5Q3.30, fair to
good packers. JllfiffiUi; fair to good light,
$130aA45, cemmon und roughs, $I4JlO0i
Catit.f F'.ilr to good shippers, ta COS! 10:
choice, il. 15. good to choice shippers', (3 75
(3t 10, fair to medium butchers', 31033 (3;
common, Si2 2"i
bneer ami Lajju. Sheep- Extras. Sa35
aCO. good to choice, fiB13123, common to fair,
$16032C5 Lamb: Extras. tZ 33.5.00. good to
choice. il33?..li. common to fair, (i754 25.
Veai. CAl.Vfcs Fair to good light, SI 003
6 '-'5 extra, S3 50 common nnd Urje, WC0Q
Wool Unwashed, lino merino. 03l0o per
lb : quarter-blood clothing, ll3c. medium,
delaine and clothing, U&.3; braid, ll&12c:
medium combing, !3&Hc; washed, tine merino,
X to XX, lie: medium clothing, 11215c. de
lalno fleece, 11315c; long combing, lVIOc;
Quarter-blood and low, U'llic; common
coarso, liaise, tub-washed, choice. liOIBo,
tub-washed, aerage, 103:17c.
New York, July 30.
Wheat No 2 red steady, dull. September,
01 1-I0at3i,ic: October, CIJj&OJc: December,
Cons No 2 quiet and llrm. No. 2, UJja
31Jic; Scptembsr, 30 5-168304c: Ostober, SO'i
Oats No. 2 dull, steady: western. 23t.30c;
, Toleoo. O , July SO
Wheat No. 2 rod, cash and August, Clue
September, ClVJc. December, C6ic, No. 3 red,
Cons Na 2 mixed, September, 25c
RYE No. 2casb,'32c
Ci-OVEnssED October,. 81 50.
CniCAGO, July U9
Calls on September wheat opened at tOlio,
sold at COc. last price CO Ji0Hc. Puts open
ed at 68 y',c. sold ut 68Jc. IW Price S8H35S?ic
Calls on September corii opened at S3 He, sold
at 25c, last price 2525ic. Puts opened at
2IUC sold at S4?i'24Kc. last, price Wic,
Indianapolis, Ind, July 3a
Cattle Market sluggish, choice, SI 00
410; common, tl 002 3 50.
Hoas -Market 10q loner: good to choice me
dium and heavy. $100aa 20. mixed. 8iB03J,00;
choice lights. (3 2033 3V
Sheep Market Htmdy good to choirs
lambs, HE: 10 coniTOoa. t.'.WfetOJ, good t J
nhnlnit Khmn 12 0 lai.'i
in Articles of Real Value
cent raelane and Tiro Covrxmt in each 10 cent
IM mk iPi
Presenmf ssbA V-fef ""'
Wffi any otfier f lfflMi ;nli
TenfedlnsMunmt WpJ (V7
an? UU C4HU Utt.
ICE FAMINE,AT FRANKFORT.
Tlio Demand Wus Ioud anil Lung, Hut the
Supply iih Short.
l-'RANKFOUT, Ky., .Inly HO. With the
thermometer hovering about tho 100
mark, the Frankfort, Artificial Ice Co.,
which furnishes the city's ice, broke
down Tuesday night. Tho brcnk
was of a kind to lrqmre several
days in which to mend it, and the com
pany's stock on hand gave out Thurs
day morning. The big lot ordered
from Louisville Vlid not arrive, and an
Jco famine has been the most dreadful
thing that local eitlens had to face
Thursday and Thursday night.
Ice cream as at n premium, as wero
cooling drinks of all kinds, but the con
solation is that th'c trouble will last
only a few days longer.
They Tnko a I)aj OIT anil Ueioto It to
Louisvii.li:, Ky., July 30. Louisville
Typographical union, No 10, took all
Wednesday afternoon to elect their of
ficers for tho year. Tho election was
held in Davis block and resulted as fol
lows: President, Charles E. Shepardj
vice president, John W. Owen; secre
tary and treasurer, A. A. Hoffman; re
cording secretary, James II. Watson;
dclcgato to International Typograph
ical union, James J, Martin; sergeant-at-arms,
Martin J, Dugan; auditing
committee Harry Stevenson, Albert
Sexton and John II, Dueslng'; delegates
to Central Labor Union John 1).
Knne, Walter Wayman and Daniel P.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Hank,
Personal attention given to eem
Bounding of Prescriptions.
to the Users of
Things You Should Know
That we have a stock of drain tile.
That we have a stock oi'sewer tile.
That wo have a stock of hearth tile.
That when you break your wheel
we can repair it
That wo rent neiu wheels.
That selling for cash (as wo do)
dropped the price of all grades.
of bicycles from .$10,00 to
That you can buy a $100 wheel of
us for $66.00, no more no less.
Thai which you see in our adver
tisement you can find at 329
That the Lyon egg beater is the lest
Hagan & Schad,
The contractors of the city to know
that tho undersigned, A. 0. Wendel
lien, Screen Manufacturar, turns Anglo Blocks,
Flint Blocks and all kinds of Moulding Angle
Blocks. Also Square Turning, Give him a
call; he can and will save you 2) per cent, on
Dly t f Cor. Mulberry & Poplar Sts.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Noat Stylish Work. Satis
Livery, Feed and
COR. TUIUD AND CUUUOU STREET
Qoraea leapt by tu nay, Woah. or Month,
JTorooi Attittltm QWpjj xo Pnnorals.
Carriage- can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - . OHIO
WAIYTEU & OUItYXq, ,
Physicians and Ourgoono,
Office nnd resldonco, ou Second street, throe
doors above tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W A. " !
M. d 0. D. s..Pbyslclan and Surgeon.
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har!
mar and Lancaster Sts
CIIIAHLKS W. niOUARDS,
J Attorney at Law,
Office on Tatuam Btreut. Marietta, O.
X ' Attornoy at Law,
OtUoo In Law Bulldlnr,
Attornoy at Law and Notary Public
Offlco on Second Street, oppoalto Union Depot.
J Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Hooin 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
OOMI3 VT. D. " ""
r Attorney at Law,
Oflleo East cor. Front and Putnam. Marietta.
Real Eetat-e and Loan Agent,
second St., op. Union Depot. Marietta, O
It. C. W. EDBV.
Offlco, No. 304 Front Street,
OOnOBltn Hnlillprfl Mnnttmnti( R.nMnn.n 17.
MS Jfourth RtrrtBt. TelODhone connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. V. KIU.T1
HAMILTON A KRAFT,
Oflleo room, 1 Milla Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLE'PI,
Oflleo in Law Building, Marietta, 0.
. .Ut'.ma al Uu
Olheolu Ln Bnllillrj. Mnneta, O.
, ,J. HA'i'BJ.lWAi,
O. Attorney at Law,
Ovei Leidor Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
II. Pflt.l.K lr nn T uw tn.. -
. Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
TTNDLRWOOD & LUDEY,
1 1 Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
110 Front Street, Marietta, 01 do.
Pittsburg Cincinnati Line of StcnmorsT
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons: colnir down.
every Tuesday, Thureday and Sunday ovcniDgs
.us. A Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information writo or call on Jas.
B. Halght, Passenger Agt , No. 231 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
DO YOU EAT BftEAD?
Jacob Pfaff'a Is unexcelled, ao are
also his Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon Riven to serving partlos
receptions, weddlnso or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
To make room for an
other carload to arrivo
in ten days wo will sell
at a liberal discount.
Now is your chance.
4D F. H. Dutton&Son.,
J CD 515 Fourth street.
EXPRESS WAGONS g
Guardian's Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Probate Court of Washington county,
Ohio, I will offer for sale at public auction at
the front door of the Court Ilouse m Marietta,
Washington county, Ohio, on
SATURDAY, AUOUST 8, 1S90,
at 1 o'clock p m of said day, the following de
scribed real estate, situated In Washington
county, Onlo! Being part of 100 acre lots Nos.
a, ul and 85, T. 1) R. 11 Muskingum Allotment,
beginning at the bouth side of the road lead
ing irom Wolf Creek Mills to Boxbury, at a
point opposlto the s W. corner of premises of
Mary Hoon in lot No 8J, thence east along tho
south Bide of the road 72K rods, thence1 south "
122 rods to tije south boundary of lot No. 85,
thence v est along the line of lot No. OS to the
mouth of second ravine, thence In a northerly
direction along the ravine to the south bound
ary of lot No M, thence west 23 rods, thence
north 72 rods to the place of beginning, con
taining 43 acres more or less, except one-half
acre In northwest corner of said tremlses.
Appraised at J125.0",
Terms of Bale, one-third cash, ono-thlrd In
one and one-third In tw o years, deferred pay
ments to bear Interest at 6 per cent, and be se
cured by mortgage.
W. H. LEEl'ER.
Guardian of Laverna Cook,
Ellen V. Hawkins, whose place of residence
Is unknown, will tane notice that on the llth
day of July. 1808, James H, Hawkins tiled his
certain petition In the Court of Common Pleas
of Washington county, Ohio, where said case
is now pending, Said petition prays for a di
vorce from said Ellen E. Hawkins upon . tho
grounds of willful absence (or mora than three
years last past. Said causa will be for hear'
lng'on and after August 29th, 1806. by which
said date defendant Is required to answer.
, JAMES H. HA WKIN8,
B. E. Gdytoh, Attorney.