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Ladies' Silk Vests in pink, blue and cream at 45c; worth 98c. Ladies' Fine Silk Hemstitched, and Lace end ties at 33c; were 50c. Nice, well made, Flounced Underskirts; Pink, blue Linen at 76c; were $1 25. Ladies' Cotton Over Suits, $1.25. The Diamond, NATIONAL LEAGUE. ' By Associated Press. Cincinnati, July 9. Phyle lost con trol of the ball in tie .ninth and Cin cinnati won out on two bases on balls, Buelow's error and Dobbs single. Warner was enraged at ono or Umpire Behle's decisions and when tho gnnib was over he threw a ball at the umpire, hitting him In tho stomach". Attend ance 1800. H. H E. Cincinnati -. ,,5 s 3 New York '......'..4 7 3 Batteries Case and Bergen; Phyle ana Warner. . CHICAGO OF CHINA. Hankow Second In Importance of the Treaty t?oru! On the SPangta?, ' Ootalntr After Slinnghnl. 200-pieces of No. 40, 50, 00 Silk Ribbons going at 15c yard regu!ar.25c to50o a yard. Fine Silk Mitts at 25c; were 35c. Utopian Fine Art Ware, some few choice pieces at one third regular prices. No more alter this lot. Our closing out sale of Clothing and Shoes continues. The bar gains made here are unusual and you can save a nice profit on each and every article. Men's Linen Suits at $1.48, $1.98, $2 40. Summer Coats at 35c. Straw Hals at 25c; Linen Hats at 15c; one-fifth the regular prices. 1,000 Mill Remnants of Worsteds, Wool and Silk Dress Goods at one-third and one-half legular prices. Hundreds of Bargains in our 26 Departments. The following additional inducements continue during this sale: On all purchases of $1 00 and not exceeding $2.00, one full fare Street Oar Ticket will be given or one full fare Ferry Ticket. On purchases of $2 00 and upwards two full faro Street Car Tickets or two lull fare Ferry Tickets will be given. Persons holding Oilette Tickets can have them punched, during this sale. This means that you can make great savings in addition to getting your picture en larged Free of Cost. Return fares good on steamboats on the Ohio and Muskingum rivers. Trip Free To AM Customers I PLAYERS FINED. By Associated Press. Chicago, July 9. Two errors, follow ed by a sacrifice, two singles and a trip le, gave Philadelphia enough juns to win in one inning. Orth was hit frpo. ,ly, but not safely. Chance and Dexter were fined and put out of the game for abusive language to Umpire Cunning ham. Attendance 1100. Chicago 3 7 4 Philadelphia c 10 2 Batetries Taylor, Kahoe and Kllng, Orth and McFarland. - PADDEN'S SINGLE. By Associated Press. St. Louis, July 9. Padden's single which scored Burkett and Murphy, gave St. Louis the game over Brooklyn after the score was tied for five in nings. O'Day did not umpire owing to Injuries received in yesterday's riot. Attendance 4GO0O. ' '' jC. Louis ''... D 7 2 Brooklyn " 3 n o Batteries Murphy and 'livan: Mr. James and Farrell. EXCELLENT FIELDING., By Associated Press. Pittsburg, July 0. Excellent fleldinc and fine pitching by Philippl kept Bos ton down to four hits. Willis was hit hard and often. Attendance 2900. R. H. E. Pittsburg g 13 ! Boston 4 4 4 Batteries Philippl and Zlmmer; Wil lis and Moran. Hankojv. tho Chicago pf China, Js the subject of an. elaborate) discus sion In a recent number of the Brit ish Board of Trallo Journal, In which ho presents certain facts that will prove of Importance to Americans In terested in tho trade with China. IlankOW is n clv nt nvflr n million inhabitants, situated about COO miles In the Interior of Chlno. but reached by ocean-irolnlr stontners which nnsa up the great Ynngstc river to that point, ideated as It Is In the very heart of the most productive and densely ndnulnted xnntlnn nf.C!liltm. it is one'of the most Important trade centers, me article in question bays: " r "Of tho treaty porta on tho Yangtse, Hankow is second Inl import tance, coming 'only after Shanghai, which latter, from Its position near the mouth, should bo regarded more as a sea port tlian ns a river port. The total import trade of the 'eight' treaty ports on the 'Yamrtso has been as follows: In 1807, 113,080,519 haikwan taels, of whichf'tlieC value of 25,180,248 entered nt HafikoW; in 1898. 109,440,090 taels, of which 22,81J,794 entered Hankow; and In 1899, 144,- 553,474 taels, of which 29,733,600 taels entered liankow. The total exp"ort trade ot' those eight ports in the s-une venr has been as follows: In 1897, 108,454,000 taels, of which the alue of 24,540,182 taels left ' China through Hankow; In 1818, 102,488,382 taels, of which 30,953,051 taels ' it alue was exported from HankoW; and in 1899. 141.53G.35S taels, of which 37,453,385 taels value was exported from Hankow. From the anbe it will be seen that as regards exports (lie trade of Hankow is greater than that of all the other six ports of the VnmrtHP nVfOimivn of Slinnrrhnl. -"r.-" .- n , whose export trade in 1899 amounted to 70,822,474 taels. The value of the ll.irkuan tael r.ingcs between 70 cents and i3 cents. top; Cnrtahis. jO0juBtafAwn Ouriaiikhftt wlilffit 'ill V i jAiso taKO oruer&iior &iisrar.viM nr huw a ......-", ai . . it. ; i i) -i -.v w wlj n m, r-m w hi mmiitf nnrsiY m ) ki 'T WiiCl ' vasal "? "".M vrwuM HAM: m&MwMT$ 249251 Second St) SB ' lfTt MA ItfSffl- JL $"'wtm 'g7"w" (iQpp. Union Dopot.,? .V IMH -1 iiiiiwiiimi liiwiwMiiniMiiiLiii iffjifKBBBKSuK During this sale wo will pay return fare to purchasers of $5and upwards of tmnrla tn Rfnnlpvuilln nnrl Whinnlo. nn fllR PAnnsvlvnnin P.. T?. nnrl all points to Belpro on the B. it O. S. W. and all points tb Lowell on the O. A h. K. R. R., and all points to St. Marys on tho O. R. R. R,, and to all points to Dunbaron tho M. 0. & C. R. R., and' on purchases of $10.00 and. upward to all points to Caldwell on the Pennsylvania R. R. and to al points to Roxbury on the O. & Xi. K. j.. R., and to all points to Sistersvllle on the O. H. R., and to all points to Sharpsburg and Amesvllle on the M. C. oc C. R. H.; and on all purchases of $15.00 and upward to all points to Malta and McConnelsvllle on the O. & L. K. R. R.; and all purchases of $20 and upward to all points to Camoridge on the Pennsylvania R. R itison's tliirpiii Stores. Nos. 169471 FRONT ST., (3 stories) MARIETTA, O. Brighton. Beach. By Associated Press. New York, July 3. Gunfire, 8 to 1, won the, Venus stakes of $3000 at Brighton Beach. Not a single favorite won. Turner, who rode Wax Taper in the sixth race, was suspended- indefi nitely, pending investigation. Track fast. Mile: Princeton Girl, first; The Amazon, second; May W., third. Time, 1'.40 4-5. Steeplechase, about two miles: Zln zibar, first; Koohono, second; Ormar, third. Time, 4:40. Seven furlongs: Inshot, first; An ecdote, second; Twig, third. Time, 1:27 2-5. The Venus, $3000, five furlongs: Gun fire, first; Hossignot, second; Disad vantage, third. Time, 1:00 4-5. Tive and one-halt furlongs: Locket, first; Wild Oats, second; Ben Howard, third. Time, 1:081-5. Mile and sixteenth: Bedeck, first; Wax Taper, second; Ginki, third. Time, 1:48. Mfie: Nelse Morris, first; Pine Chip second; Outburst, third. Time, l:41-t, Champion Swimmers. By Associated Press. Buffalo, N. Y July 0. The National Ameteur Athletic Union swimming championships at Park Lake at the Pan-American Exposition ended today. Records weie broken In the mile event when the men passed the half mile mark with Otto Wahl', of the New York Athletic Club. In the lead. Newport, 3y Associated Presa. Cincinnati, July 9. The horsemen at at Newport petitioned the Turf Con gress asking that the rule prohibiting foreign book bo rescinded. Manager Fowler decided not to open book until tho matter is finally Fettled. Six furlongs: Flop, first; Ben O'Fal lon. second; Myrtle Van, third. Time, 1:14. Five furlongs: Lathrop, first; Fale ta, second;-Queen Friese, third, Time, 1:03. Mile: King Elkwood, first; Alls well, second! -Col. Stratheyi third. Time, 1:43. Five furlongs; Poison, first; Inso lence, second; Hoso of Red, third. Time, 102. Seven furlongs: Maggie Felix, first) John McElroy, second; Lllllo Pantland, third. Time, 1:23. NEW FASHION IN DUELS. At I'nrlH I.hiIIch Arc Aiiiuiiht tin- Hpec tutor mill Pullt'i- Art- I'rracnt to l'reNPrvp Ortlvr, A new departure in French duels has been taken. In the famous tight between an Italian muitre d'nrmes, Signer l'inl, und M. Thoniegeuv, a well-know n Paris amateur, they first set the fashion of a duel with a gal lery. In the duel between 1'rinee do Sagan and Abbe Heriiiant the pho tographer first c.ime on the scene. But it was reserved for the hensa tional duel between M. Max Itegis and M. Labiirdesque to bring half a UoL-n ladles on the scene, and to have a score of police keeping older outbide the ejele track, where the duel was fought, and many inside In specting the cards of the privileged spectators. The duel, however, was not "pour rlre." Of the half doen encounters recently seen it was the one in whloli the two me;i meant business, and it was with n .sigh of relief that the .spectators saw. the slight wound, In flicted by pure accident, which put an end to the encounter. Oeriniuiy'M I'liinilnllmi, In the matter of population Ger many (50,315,000) rank after Kuro. penn Russia (100,159,000) jmd. tho Uhited States (76,300,01)0. Jiorth Curollnu 'lhen mill JNow. In 17U0 North Carolina uinked third in population of all the states. Now bhg ranl.a fifteenth. t t- -r-i j rue I'lag Grocery, No." 2 at 313 Greene street, will be ready ifor busi ness on Tuesday next. i AMERICAN LEAGIIR. fly Associated Press. Washington, July 9. Two doubles and an error In the tenth gave Balti more the game. In the sixth Williams apparently dashed for home before beymour's fly was held by Foster and was allowea a scoi e, and In the ninth Kelster threw wild to catch Coughlin at firs't and a spectator threw the bail in the bleachers. In the meantime Quinn reached home, but Sheridan foiced Quinn to return to second and Coughlin to first. Manager Manning Intends to protest both decisions. At tendance 2090. R. H. C. Washington i g 3 Baltimore 3 7 j Batteries Patten and Clarke; Mc Ginnity and Robinson. 1 POOR PITCHING. ' By Associated Press. Milwaukee, July 9. Garvin who pitched for the home team was taken out after three hits were made off him in the sixth. Hustings went in and he was hit hard and before the side was retired nine runs were scored. At tendance 850. R. H. E. Milwaukee 9 15 Chicago 17 14 J Batteries Garvin, Hustings and Ma loney; Griffith and Sullivan. COULD NOT BAT. Cleveland, July 9. Cleveland could not hit. Detroit managed to hit whenever it was necessary. Attend ance 1700. Cleveland 1 C 2 Detrolt-- ; '.'.".'.. !il 19 0 Batetries Hart. Wevhin,. .,. Woods; Siever and Buelow. WESTERN ASSOCIATION Columbus, 2; Dayton, 1. Indianapolis, 3; Grand Rapids, 0. f Marlon, 4; Toledo, 3. Wheeling, 2;Ft. Wayne, 3, eleven In' nings. During the game Umpire Mc Laughlin was accused by Wheeling ad herents of being partial, and after the game the crowd went after him. He was rescued by tho Sheriff, but not bo fore he had been shoved about and "BRIGHTEST AFRICA." Hxplorcr Itoturng from UfCiiitSu Lnnd with Storli-K of' a Wonder ful Country. Sir Harry Unmilton Johnston, spe cial commifcsioner for the Uganda pro tectorate, lias returned to London after an absence of two years. He brings Modes of Uganda rivaling Henry M. Stanley's description of "Darkest Africa." Sir Henry relates tliat the country sun minding Moantelgon is totally de populated as a result of intertribal wais, and is consequently marvelously stocked with big game that nre ns tame ns Ihiglish park deer. Zebras and antelopes can be approached to within ten yards, and there is no sport in killing. them. Elephants and rhinoce ros are also abundant, and, according to Sir Harry, lions in Uganda are too busy eating hartbeest to notice a pass ing caravan. The prehistoric giraffe has been discovered in this country by J.he commissioner, who proposes to maintain the region referred to as a national park. He photographed a race of appittien in the Congo forest differing entirely from Stanley's pigmies, and secured phonograph records of their language and music. Sir Harry says that 12 va rieties of rubber trees nre found in thjs qquntry in ine.hausible supply. WOMAN MAKES ODD MISTAKE. Mrs. Vulrhanka Links Trro AY ho Do not Siipnk by Pamilnir Alunir We are exclusive agents for the Milwaukee mowers and binders, also' dealers in general hardware, stoyes, paints, screen doors, refrigerators. &c. Tin a nrlr nnrl crem :u. t . ... , , w-, - fWiitol C& JJ Ding a specialty. -" i; i'sit HALL & MORGAN, , ny Maple Street, West Side, Marietta, O. s 4 lii You Need Our Shoes. . ' . TO 7 ' ' 7 : W We Need Youl'Trade. Yet us pet top-ether: "Ymi n f.o j.t- t,-, j.!ji. j making known your shoe wants, and we feel 'certain we can please you with our styles? variety?-and also our prices there on, i hat s what we are in business for PFAFF & SMITH, WEST SIDE. MASS OF FLAME Was a Demented Woman as Mm Through tug; fields; ft AVreatu. f Chinese File Claims,-, By Associated Press Washington. D. C. July 'l).Tho Chinese government, through Wu Ting Fang, filed claims for Indemnity" to tho amount of half a million dollars on ac- m-ITf ? nt"!" a,,eged 0,ltrous treat ment of Chinese at Butte, Mont. Some wero killed, others nt nn.-.. - i""i'cny( nearly nil were ruined In business and many were driven out. Tho claimants num- -vera, Hundred. Tho outrages date back to 188C. 1 r car?fl,"r.!,!"t..c.r.!: ylSiSji v , , , nn... tsretunarapneyj, One of the incidents of the Flag day celebration in the Temple of Music at Buffalo had a humorous in terest for those daughters of he Rev olution whose social position iqp titles them to know the current gossip, When Mrs. C. W. Fairbanks, nresident general of the D. A. H., concluded her speech Mrs. Daniel Manning, of AU bany, whose husband was in Cleve land s cabinet, presented to her a sol dier's wreath, making a prettv little speech. Mrs. Fairbanks replied grace fully, and in turn presented the wreath to Mrs. John Miller Horton, head of the local body of the D. A. It. Mrs. Fairbanks innocently supposed she was doinir a thine which would lie nn. predated by both women, for Mrs. .Manning is a sister of Kobert L. Fryer, whose wife is a niece of Mrs. Horton, but it appears that Mrs. Horton and Mrs. Manning do not speak, and it cre- ated much comment that the wreath 'Mrs. Manning intended for the presi dent general of the I). A, It. should tlitb pass to Mrs. Horton. A COSTLY BIRD. Cannry Tlint Can AVhlmie Yankee Doodle Dundy lloUKllt to Pre- ent to Mm. MelCliilcy, ''Missouri Dick," the caiiary that can whistle "Yanke6 Doodle," has been re turned to his old home at St, Joseph, Mo., his former owner, C. T. Donovun, halng bought him back from L. M. Hedges for $1,.100. Mr. Hedges, who Ihes at 89 Warren menue, bought tho bird a few weeks ugo from Mr. Dono van for $1,200. Itccerttly Mr. Hedges received a let ter from Dick's former owner ottering $1,300 for the pet. Mr. Donovan said it was his intention to pi eaent the bird to the Wife of President McKlnley to gladden her sick room In Canton, 'I aecepteU the offer," said Mr. Hedges, "on tho condition that 'Dick be bent to Mrs. McKlnley. Mr. Dono van bought the liirrt last April from a. shoemaker at St. Joseph. Dlok was botched in Jnnuary, lSOUrind the shoe maker, his first owner, taught him to whistle 'Yunkeo Doodle.V Special to the Leader. Cumberland, 0., July 9. A very ad death was that of Mrs. Anna Shavdr, which camo frpm self-inflicted injuries Dy setting fire to her clothing. For several months she had shown wlgns of dementia, but It was hardly thbught by her family and friends that her af fliction would take a vicious turn. Hqwevr, 'while the other membors of the family were at supper she went 'I- up stairs, saturated lier clothing with kerosene, applied a match and In an Instant was a seething mass of flamn from head to foot. In this condition she dashed down stairs and ran out the door and into the fields. The men started In pursuit, but not until Bho fell from exhaustion wero they able to ovortako her. She was carried home and died before med ical aid reached her. SUGAR Differential Again Subject of Interest to the Government- By Associated Presa. Washington, D. C, July 9. Another Important exchange occurred between the Russian government and the Unit ed States relatlvo to the tariff. Thq Russian minister of Finance DoWitte, proposed that Russia will va cate all additional duties levied on Am erican goods since the Imposition dt a sugar differential of the United Statei will vacate Its action on sugar dtffer ental.' To this Secretary Gage replied that the offor"of tho Russian government cannot, be, accepted as tho question of a sugar differential is now. in the hands of n court, thus precluding action by the executive branch. The YiropoBltlon of the Russian Mln. ister of Finance was the direst result of Secretary Hay's note of two weeks ago. It 'makes no Issue as to the petroleum order. The chief attention was given to sugar and a specific offer wn i; ,to vacato Immediately thelncreased du nes wnicn uussia has levied. If the United States will-vacate its action on sugar. Tins would amount to re-es-tnbllshlng the status, on thn nti.n,. i..i which existed before the United States i.uUu u,o inmni action relative to Rus Bla, 1 Glass Bottle Blowers., By Associated Press. Milwaukee, July 9. Today's session of tho Glass Bottle Blowers' conven tion was devoted mostly to a discus sion of the terms on which thov admit to membership 2000 prescription bottle blowers of the Flint Glass Association. The matter wao not decided and wil' come up again Friday. The only oth er business today was tho officers' re ports, which show an Increase of 700 in membership during the past year. Tho wage scale will he takon up to morrow and when decided will bo sub mltted to the manufacturers' confer ence at Atlantic City, probably In August, ' No Violence Offered. By Associated Press. , Ironton, 0., July 9. With tho court room packed today no violence was raanlfeuted nt the hearing of Pago and Owens, oven by the brotheis of the wounded Slaughters, who sat a few feet away. Doth were held In $1000 bond and teturned to jail. TJie dan ger of violence' fiaspassed. v Rtihlln-Fltzslmmons. By Associated Pi ess. New -fork, jlly 9i Qua R,uhlln and Dob FltzslmmonR In n non Unmnn wrestling match, attracted, 2&00 "people to Madison Snuaro Gnrden tonight. Ruhlin was both eloverer 'and heavier. than. the Cornishman nnd won two tails! .iv... t':::.nT' ..'.- 1 ..1 v uubwevil yufiiiit tbuiiuu wpiuvj yr 1 t.'J srt m if V X J u Ii V o Wi w. ? t X X Hi ' ' k U! r .HfK. ' Irs ? t ..,. Y' ' ' ... V ' 'I jew- i J U, "J .5 .' 3 "' j(3 H "7 - JTZ ,r ffn i5 pounds nnd'FzsImmons 1C9. ' in"