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In tho shape of Komnants. Odd Lots
and Tail Ends, from every department,
havo been rooted out, ticketed and
marked at prices to close them with a
rush. It's a Httlug wind-up for the
biggest selling1 oyent in our history. A
few days will do tho business, and
sharps tho word.
ltcmnants of Dress Uoods and all
broken lots nothing wrong with them,
cost just as much as the rest: going to
bell them at a sacrlllcc though. Why
not look ahead and save a dollar,
Can't tell you he prices until you see
Broken Lots and Ends of Silks.
Good Waist Uengths among them.
Some at about one-half regular prices
and even less.
Crcpous, all silk, "20 inches wide, at
15c, worth tOc Colored Satins at 33c a
yard, worth 40c. Silk Grenadines, 7
pieces at 7uc, were $1.75 to i'i BO. 18-in.
Silk Velvets at 19c, wjro J3c.
Good-bye to Wash Goods.
The left over must go this week.
The prices are absurd but wo do not
want to winter them, t'lno Lawns,
Dimities Linen Kffocts. Organdies,
Ducks, Challies, &c at 2jf, ajf. C and
0.fc a yard. Dress Glughams at 3Ki 5
and 0l(c, were 10, 12)4 and 13c
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
Not a question of worth but prices
that will bell them IS, 0"., 7'.i and DSc,
should bo 75c to Sl.50.
Broken Lots of Hosiery and
Odd garments and pairs must go at
some price. Can't you use some of
them? They will go rapidly at these
Some pretty patterns. Must clean
the counters at these prices: 5U, 75, 8
Never such low prices on staple goods.
Shirtings at 3?,', 5 and OJfc a yard.
Prints at !, I and 4e for bests. 1-1
Bleach JIuslin, Marker and Lonsdale,
at 4Ko a yard. Good heavy llrown
Muslin at 4, -lf and He; yard wide.
Special fir 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
bize, style and kind is among them you
are in luck, At ::'.)c, 40c and 09c; wore
50c, 75c and tl.'iS.
Hoy's waists, the good kind at 'Joe for
Special for One Day Only.
Look for them in our window.
One pound fine Gunpowder tea, regu
lar price bOc and choice of cake basket,
dinner castor, pickle castor, sugar bowl,
14 doz bouvenir spoons, of triple and
quadruple plate silverware and sell for
$2.50 to $3.50. Our price for this sale
ouly St.'J5, for choice of silverware and
Special Sale for One Day.
Look in the window for them. One
pound baking powder, ono large glass
pitcher and three tumblers to match,
all for 35c; a fine water set worth 75c.
Watch us every day for something
new, we will bear watching for barg
ains Carpets, Mattings and Wall
Must go in tliis general closing out sale.
Remnants and odds at very btnall
prices. Metal bed and wheel wagons
at t.00 and $1.25.
Fill up your china closet with some
odd pieces while they are going feo
cheap. A rare chance during this sale.
For Groceries, Candies, Cigars and
Tobacco we are always below the
marks. A choice smoke for lc.
Electric Light Flour this week at 40c
a sack. Made from old wheat fully up
to the standard in quality. Our grocer
ies are tho purest and best. New York
Cream Cheese l'JK and 15c
Remember our prices are lower than
any other house for like quality and
style. Try us and be convinced.
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
authored I'ruiii All Furt of tho World Uj
Hon. Thos. J. Gnrgnn, of liostou, dc
clinou to bo the candidate of tho sound
money democrats of Massachusetts for
governor on account of the condition
of Ills health
The president Saturday appointed
MacCraig Cox, of New York, envoy ex
traordinary and minister plenipoten
tiary of the United States to Guatemala
Tho torrid bpell came to an end Sat
urday morning at Louisville, Ky., but
notwithstanding tho fact that tho max
imum temperature was only 00.5 de
grees, flvo oases of prostration was rc
p rtcd. '
At a meeting of the Tammany Hall
executive committee l-riday, resolu
tions were passed approving lha nom
ination of liryan and Sowall, and
promising hearty support. Nothing
was said about tho platform.
Sectetary Walsh, of tho democratic
national committee, by Instruction of
Chairman Jones, has sent out n call for
a meeting of tho national democratic
committee at the I'iftli Avenue hotel,
New York city, on August 11
Klchurd Grant, Ksq., secretary of tho ,
Koval i aclit, bnuaclron, London, nn
nounces that the Hennett-Coelct cup,
which was won in 1S05 by tho Allsa,
will bo raced for at Cowes this season
if Mr. Ilcnnett agrees to that proposi
tion. Consul General Crittenden, at Mex
ico City, telegraphs state department
at Washington, that on and after tho
first of August the import duty on corn
into Mexico will be SI dollar per car of
300 pounds, a reduction of 10 cents on
GAVE THEM A SCARE,
Dili tlio Threatened Tornado In St. Louis
Umler Slmllnr Cnmlltlonn.
St. Louis, Aug. 1. There was no
abatement Friday morning of the ter
rible heut of tho past four days. At S
a. in. tho government thermometer
registered SS degree.; nt noon it was 91
and at 1 p. m., D(, Ihcsearc the lig
urcs registered at the top of the cus
tom house. Street thermometers ranged
about four degrees higher. At 5
p, m. the promised storm
cloud uppeared, but in such
threatening manner as to almost
create a panic. With tho memory of
the recent tornndo still fresh, peoplo
noted with alarm the approach of a
cloud from the bouthwest, which was a
mass of black in tho center and shaded
off to a dull copper color. High wind
came with tho cloud and the fear
deepened. At the fair grounds race
track a panic occurred, and the !!,000
people lied to tho open field
in the center. A deluge of rain fell
for (he minutes and the storm was
over. At 8 p. m. thermometers regis
tered 7S degrees. The fatal sunstroke
cases Friday were: Hon. John Cop
pedge, member state legislature, St.
.Inmcs, Mo., died at tho city hospital;
Chester Hoisington, roofer; Henry
Welp, machinist; two unknown men,
one aged 75 and the other 50, died at
the city hospital; Mary Collins, an aged
There wore 12 other cases treated at
the city dispensary, some of them be
WuntH to I'uhp.
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 1. The Consti
tution publishes a telegram from Sen
ator James K. Jones, chairman of tho
democratic national executive commit
tee, us follows:
"I can not consider any proposition
for withdrawal of Sewall, but will en
tertain us fanas 1 havo power, and pro
mote to best of my ability any just and
fair proposition for fusion on electoral
ticket. James K. Jones."
Washington. Aug 1 Ono Generally fair
Sunday; fresh to brisk southerly winds.
West Virginia Generally fair Sunday;
Kentucky Generally fair Sunday; souther
ly winds, shifting to westerly; slightly oooler
Indiana Sunday, fair; fresh southerly
Itido a Bicycle? If you do let it be
tho best, that is tho
We ure the exclusive agents for this
magnificent wheel. We want every
body in Marietta to see it and its good
qualities. It will give us pleasure to
show it to you,
Wheels to Rent.
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 18. 229 Second street
The contractors of the city to know
that the undersigned, A. C. Wcndel
lien, Screen Manufacturer, turns Angle Illocks,
Flint Blocks and all kinds of Moulding Angle
Blocks. Also Square Turning. Give him a
call; he can and will save you 2) pr cent, on
all work. j
A. C. WENOKLKEK,
Dly 1 1 Cor. Mulberry & Poplar St.
.Cincinnati, Aug. 1.
rr.ofit-Sprlti(f fancy, Hioaaso. spring
family, f2E0G2 8S; spring patent, J3.C51W;
winter patont, ta45&a7i fancy. K.8XB110;
family, ti&0&i8; extra, JI0JI..W, low grade,
t.7jatO. rye, northwestern, i S CO. do,
Wheat Sales! 1 car scmp'.o tod, track,
DSc: I car No. 3 red (choice), track. 60c.
Coiin Sales: Yollow ear. track, SOiSc. do.STci
mixed oar, track -ic; do, SSo; No. 2 mixed,
track, lIHic: do switch, 27c: No. 2 white mixed,
track, 7'c. No S white, track, 2"Kc
Oath sales. No. 2 whtto (old), track, :5c;
No. 2 mixed (old), to nrrlvo. 2IMc
Hoos fccUet butchers, JlKQaW: fair to
good packers. $123:i3M fair to good light,
H3J3.UiO. common anil roughs, ?IGOao0t
CATTl.r. Voir to good shippers', M 003) 10:
choice, $1.15. good to cholco butchers'. 13.73
tlO; fair to medium butchers', 811083.(3;
Sheep and I.AMU3. Sheep: Extras, J3.10O
a3S: good to choice, SJ.So'fljaOO, common to fair.
812.VJ2.00 Lambi Kxtrus. 3.1fcS5i3S: good to
choice, i25aJ.0), common to fair, Si50
Veai, Calvi! Fair to good light. H 2K3
5 25: extra. !5.505 73: common and lnrge,
Woo is Unwashed, fine morlno. 9210c per
lb : quarter-blood clothing. I2lSc. inodlum,
dclalno and clothing, USJlSj; braid, HHJHci
medium combing, 13&I is; washed flno merino,
X to XX. Uc: medium clothing. 14313c. de
laine fleece, 14S15e: long combing, lot&IOe:
nuarter-blood and low, 12d.l3c, common
coarse, 1IQ12C: tub-washed, choice, 175J.130.
tub.wishCd, average, 1017c
New Yohk. Auj. I.
n.oun Steady! unchanged.
Wheat No. 2 red, moderatlvoly active,
firm, August K!!j301VSc; September, Gl 1-100
01 11-I6CI October, UJsSOJUc December. CO
Coiin No. 2 dull, firmer: No. 2, :0Ka3HSc
Oats No. 2 dull, steady: state, 2&2t30o;
western. 23i330c! September, 22J4C.
Chicago, July 31.
Calls on September wheat opened nt !S)'io,
sold at 69"t5?,c, last prlOA 6ia Puts
opened nt Sf-jC, last prlco SBJjc.
Calls on September corn opened at 21J,i
2i;,c. the onlv price. I'uts opened at 2IJi
1 24?ac, sold at 2IVic, last prlco 21?Sc.
I Inuianapoms, Ind., July 31
I Cattle Market raoderathely actlo and
I 10c higher: choice to prima 1,60 to 1,800 lb.
! steers $IOO420. fat, well-llnlshcd steers,
8I.I5S4 0. cemmon. S3.25ia3.50.
Hoes Market actloand 10c higher; good to
choice medium and heavy, S3. 15a 23; mixed,
8100J&3.13: choice lights, 83.30S3.40. '
Siicei' Market, quotably steady at yester
Jol Fifteen Yirs.
IIkiimn, Aug. 1. Kriedrieh Schroe
der, general manager of the German
East Africa Planting Co., who was re
cently arrested and sent in irons to
Tanga by older of tho court of the lat
ter port upon charges of extreme cru
elty to nnlncs, lias been convicted and
sentenced to 15 years imprisonment at
ait for the
Marietta, O., Wednesday, Aug. 5th.
A Judge' Iteply.
At one time a delicate question ns to
the construction of a statute whs dis
cussed before the venerable chief jus
tice of the New York court of common
picas, Charles V. Daly, and after elab
orate nrguments on each side tho chief
justice decided the question in open
court, giving his reasons in a few well
timed remarks wliich caused a lill in
the courtroom. The silence wax speed
ily broken by the successful attorney,
who stood up and said with an air of
patronizing approval: "May it please
your honor, I, for one, agree with you
entirely." The chief justice, with n
twinkle in his eye which betokened his
enjoyment of tho joke, but a perfectly
grave face, quietly removed his glasses,
and, amid a breathless silence, said: "I
have, counselor, generally found In my
experience that the successful party
airrecs with tho court."
I "A Bicycle Built for Two." '" " 1
nil ht' PisjiP vfeijp W
Five cents worth of
" BATTLE AX" will serve two
chewers just about as long as 5 cents'
worth of other brands will serve one
man This is because a 5 cent piece
of "BATTLE AX" is almost as
large as the 10 cent piece of other
high grade brands.
Presenting Vfof l,w
Tented tnsMution. jjmj tiM Q)l0inanOn
'-rfannu" wiv ii
A reproduction or J
"Hulls" of I'nrllamentHrlan.
Two rather good "bulls" are at
tributed to the late Sir George Camp
bell. On one occasion he had been call
ing attention in the house of commons
to some abuse in Indian administration,
and proceeded to observe that lie liad
further revelations to make concerning
other bcandnls, in comparison with
which this one was "a mere ilea-bito In
the ocean." Another time, when speak
ing about military affairs in India, he
declared that "tho palo face of the
British soldier was the backbone of our
A Dow Law Abate.
Oaixii-oms, O., Aug. 1. Tho baloon
Ists of this city have organized a society
to regulate tho prlco of bottled beer
and to correct many abuses of the Dow
law by pharmacists, who, they claim,
arc competitors in the whisky busl-licss.
Five cents worth
3. J .
Indian liasket aialforo.
A delegation of Indians from tho
Grand Hondo reservation make an an
nual outing trip to Portland, Ore., every
year in timo to attend the Fourth of
July celebration, and if possible a
circus. They liayo tents and come in
wugons, some having two horses and
soma four. Tho ostensiblo purpose of
their visit is to sell baskets. These
they make from hazel twigs, heated In
tho fire till they nro rendered tough
and pllable.nnd tho baric iecjs off easily.
Elephant's Beuie of Smell.
Sense of smell in an elephant is so
delicate that when in a wild stnt It
can ficent on enemy at a distance of
Ilogap Bogigion,"aweainiy Armenian
of Boston, is in Alabama, where he
Tiopea to establish on Armenian colony.
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Livery, Peed and
COB. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
nonsoaknptbyWubny, Wtk or Month,
ProatDtAUacllon OlVon q Funerals,
Oarrlago can bu ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or-
dors by telephone will rocelvo
MARIETTA . . . OHIO
WArrjcts. & ouiiTjs,
Phyolclnno and Sursoons.
Office and ro3ldonco, on Second street, thjoe
doors above tho Court-bouse, Mariotts, Ohio.
STANLEY. W. A.
M. D C. n. S.,PhyBlclan and Surgeon ,
Homeopathic. Oalce and residence corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts.
(1HAKLK8 W. niCUAKDS,
J Attorney at Law,
Offlco on Putnam Street, Marietta, O.
. Attornoy at Law,
Oillco In Law Building, M arietta, O.
Attornoy at Law and Notary Public,
OUlce on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
floom 8 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. D.
Attorney at Law,
OlHco KaBt cor. FTont and Putnam, Marietta.
f P. WAIID,
I Ileal Eetato and Loan Afrent,
becond 3t., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
It. C. TV. EDDY.
Offlco No. 304 Front Street.
Oppoalto Soldlcra' Monument. Itcsldence No.
618 Fourth Street. Teleohono conneotlou.
JOUN A. HAMILTON n. F. KHATI
HAMILTON &, K.IJAFT,
Oftleo room, 1 Mills Uuitdlnc, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLET5',
Attornuye at Law,
Office In Law Building.
. Attornoy At l.nu
Ofllcolu Lrtw BullftiBp.
13 J. ECATIIAWAV,
O. Attornoy at Law.
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
MO. FOLLETT new Law Offices, over
. Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Pmnnni m root a
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
vsuiiueiiuut prumpuy auenuea to.
T F. FOREMAN,
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio. I
l'lttsburc Cincinnati Lino of Steamer.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday ana Thursday afternoons; goingdown, j
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday ovenlnga I
.las. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager
For further Information wrlto or call nn .lux.
13. Haight, Passenger Agt., No. 231 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
DO YOU EAT BREAPT
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also hlo Cakes and loes. Finest
Neaoolltan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at.
tontlon Klvon to servlnor nnrtlnn-,
roceptlons, weddlnsoor public din-
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
To makeroom for an
ther carload to arrivo
in ton days wo will soil
at a liberal discount.
Now is your chance.
IjpF.H. Dutton&Son., y
EXPEESS WAGONS f
Jonathan Ut.ooMiNauAr.K, i ., ,
Admr. of Fkedeiuok A"m r? sulo
llLooMiNuiui.E against ( , 9; . .
Chaiu.ks Ui.oo.MauALKetal.; 1eal Lstate.
Ily virtue of an order of sale to me directed
from the Probate Court of Washington Coun
ty. Ohio, in the above entitled action, I will
offer for sale at public auction, on the premises,
on Saturday, August aflth, A. D lbOU, at ono
o'clock P. M. of Bald day, the following de
scribed premibes situated in Lawrence Town
ship, Washington County, Ohio, to-wlt:
The N. K. H of tho N. W. t of SocM. Town
8, Range 7, containing 40 acres more or less.
Also 12 acres more or less off theN. E. corner
of the west ii of the N. W. i of Sect. 29, Town
8, Kan ie 7, In the district of lands subject to
salo at Marietta, Ohio, except 'A acre out of
west side sold to A. Templeton. said above
described premises lncltiaes all tho lands ly
ing northeast of the County road leading front
Marietta to Lebanon.
Also the following described premises: Cora-i
menclngata stalte on tho north side of the
iuuui? ruuu itjuuiuu irom Marietta, Ohio, to
Lebanon, 15 rods and 1214 feet N. W. from'S
L corner of the N. 13. corner of the west half
of the N. W. of Sect. 29, Town 8. rtange 7:
thence N1 E. (1 83-10 rods; thence N. W. 77 feet
to a Btake on a line parallel with the County
road; thence S. W, to a stake on the east side
orsaicl road; thence along said County road
VJc Sii?,pla,ce ' Winning, contalnlnjr
lOVi rods more or less.
Appralted at II loo.
Terms, H cash, K In one year, and one-third
In two years. Deferred payments to bear In
terest at o per cent, and be secured by mort
gage on the premises sold.
Jonathan Iiujouinqdale, Admr.,
Of HUtDERICK ULOOMlNCOAUC,
Ei.t-enwood, Smith & LKErsn,
, , Attys. tor Plaintiff.