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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 January 1896

ffv MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. II: NO. 26 MARIETTA, OHIO. THUKSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1890., PHICE ONE CEN1 vv n ' l hi ; r , IL i v A J , " FOR CUBANS. ; fThe United States Congress at Last Takes Action. A Report, Asking President Cleveland to Use His Good dfflces In Securing the Mg-htg of Wnrfor tho In- ursents, Made bjr the-Commlttee on Forelcn.KeUtlona IIo la Ilcijunt , ed to Intercede With bpaln. Washington, Jan. S9. Tho commit tco on foreign relations of tho scuato has r'eportecl a resolution of sympathy with Cuba, 'and asking the president of tho United States to uso his good offices with Spain, and to ask that gov ernment to give tho patriots belliger ent rights. Th'o resolutions arc as follows. Resolved by tho senate (tho house of representatives concurring) that tho present deplorable war in tho Island of Cuba lias-reached a magnitude that concerns all civilized nations to tho extent that it should bo con ducted, if, unhappily, it is longer to continue, on those principles and ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 January 1896

-ivw----"i KraEHTfiHMW it"t f ill MM1tfJ,'---'M vv n"' jjiiiiupi & 3 a '1 i tVMMHuU. i I u V MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .ESTABLISHED 1931. BBOnOE M. XOKK, JOHN W. LANSLET, EDITOH. ASSOCIATE. Pnbllahod ovory day -xcept Sunday, lit the Leader UuiUllug, l'uumin oireei. una Muskingum Auuue. Tklkmonk. No. 3 THURSDAY, JAN. 30. 1880 Wo will consider It a uroat favor If subscribers will ropjrt uny failure tosetihelr Lwiulur, orany careless ness on trio d rt of chu carrlur. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punohos his credit tast In subscrib er's presence. IN a letter fvoin Washington, Con' gressman II. C VanVborhiS announces that he expects to be a caguldatp for renomtnatlon at the next congressional convention, which will probably be held at an early date. Congressman VanVoorhis has served as the Repre sentative of the Fifteenth District in a manner most creditable und satisfac tory to his constituents. He deserves renomination, but the field is, of course, op...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 January 1896

n, il f-i- ' j' - So-' 5- -V lon't Forget The CONCERT TO-MORBQW NIGHT. 35, 35 and 50 Cents. & A !fl Years ExBGfiGDCB tC6uplcd wtlh, thorough ar-i tlstlo training, counts for' somdthlng. ' . Our experience command. is at your , V.liU,.. j.j... w The Marietta PiufeMahJ .$J&!'j(njj3n&N i" ebruary 1st "VVe begin invoicing and ns wo can invoice cash easier than goods we propose fr convert our goods into cash, no matter what it costs. Ov ercoats, boys' and men's suits, shirts, underwear, hals, caps, neckwear and all kinds of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in. stock will be sp'id at a figure that will make them go. They are- truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while they last. fours to please. Sam Sulzbacher, Isfe Front St. Marietta, O. THE k SHOES WE HAVE ARE " THE SHOES YOU. WANT, AND OUR PR1GES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. 159 Trusses! ''e have tho best and most com- i plete line in this part of the Btate, and always guaran tee a fit or money f refunded. live us a tri...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 January 1896

- i" hi imiiiihiim .. i BJgasjBacsgagii B V . V':. TOWryp i mimivianHnun niut-T,.-t""i.' - "Tlfr f jWW nltl'1 l - tf ,f U7V. HA n frb I Rw.: ! IV, . ' h i I i i $ u iff h Stock Taking! That's the Racket this Week.' And unusual llirfjiins are bound to be made. Our Eastern Havers have sent us some choice tiling' to help out our January sales. This is the last week of the month. Don't delay to get some of them. Some of the Bargains. Gent's Laundried Percale Shirts, with collar and cuffs, atoOc, worth 75c. Ktra heavy Socks at (life a pair, worth 10c. IDS Hats, assorted styles and sizes, at 25i KeJ need from 73c up to S 2. 00 Men's. Pants at 39c. 40c, SOe and 51.35. "Were 75e, 03, S1.25 and JJ 00. Men's Suits J2.0S f!!.4S to'tr 03. Ee duced'from $j 00, $8.00 and S10. Overcoats clearing out at most any price. Ladies' and Misses' Wraps at prices that will close them- out You cin't imagine how cheap we are selling fine new stylish goods. Come today and you will not regret it. OSc, $1.4S, ?2...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 31 January 1896

fPPSRSwSwpi LO v ' .. 'a '' W v- . ., ,,, ,.. O"1 v ' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. v - 1 MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1890. VOL. II: NO. 27 PBIOB ONE CENI TO BUY CUBA. Gossip About the United States Purchasing the Island. Interviews With Several National Leg islators on the Subject. Congressman Foss Favors Recognition Jflrst McCreary Wnnts to See It a Re public' Mercer', Cooke, Hadlor, Mo Evran, nnd Others Favor lluylng. Washington, J.in. 30. Within tho past few days there has been consider able gossip about town in regard to a plan whereby tho United States is to securo possession of Cuba by an out right purchase from Spain. Said Senator Palmer: "I should most certainly favor tho purchase of Cuba were it uninhabited, but to purchase It with its present inhabitants on it is more than I can endorse." Congressman Foss (111.) The first "thing wo,should do is to rccognizo tho belligerency of Cuba. But anyway, I favor tho annexation of Cuba, whether by purchase or through a voluntary ac...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 31 January 1896

! h i!W - T-"rt "Mmv -txnm-rn', ' : "( ' , ? i ' , u . m H l I l '., If: i ) hsi 1 fc.i ;-,, M B.i.j '. r? . i Turt' . I .-"- MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .ESTABLISHED 1831. 6K0B0B M. COOKE, jOHNTf. LANSLEr, ED1TOH. ASSOCIATE. Published every day xcept Sunday, at the Muskingum Avenue. Tblepuoke. No. 3 FRIDAY, JAN. 31. I8S0 Wo will oonsldor It a fjreat favor If subscribers will report any failure toeretthelr Le.-idor, oruny careless ness on the part of the carrier. , Subscribers will please not pay the oarriara unlos9 the carrier punches his credit tuK In tubscrlb er's presence. TllK Leader prints tins uioFninf d statement of the cost of the city's street lights, llie ngures are correct, and nre the result of the careful com pilation of Mr. Louis Mueller, und sworn to by that (jentletnan. If there is any perversion or suppression on our part, w e want to be told of it and want the people to know it. Do the people of the West Side and that portion of town above fcicammel and back of Fourth s...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 31 January 1896

wr,diiwfluii!i. nmmmwwmBNfflLWito i v 7 iwjgswswfjSFMSS! J J,k.. " , SZHF ' . ' ' , ' jji.i''-"TPrr','"''y' ft P ,. " r RCHEStfRACONCJSKTTO-NIGHT. Don't Miss It. 35, 35 and 50 Cents, fmrm sjji jw OYMSEpgBHCfl Coupled witlitlioroughNnr- ug.i-t'bunts lor r 'y tlstlc some. trainit liDff. Our cxpcrlonCDua command, j w at ".v. your MARIETTA DAILY LEADER n FRIDAY, AM.v3l, 1896 rJ.F) : .ix V vx--y - - sJ k "C ' '' . STCffi inj. PERSONAL AND LOCAL. ' Mr. Chris. Wcyrich, who was born -and raised in Marietta, died at an early hour Thursday morning of typhoid malaria. Ho was 35 years of age and leaves a wife. lie was a well known member of Manhattan Tribe No. 35, I. 0. 1(. M. and will bo buried with the honors of that order. The "luner.il will talto placo from the lower German church on Saturday at 1 p. m., sun time. -r-Mrs. Martha Dye, a widow lady in.. WiUiamstown,,diqd early .living in., Wllllarastown,,v Mday)uoV'nlhgafrui? :ebruary sfc v oag ilfne'-s IN THE OIL FIELDS. SlSTnitsvir.t.B, Jan...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 31 January 1896

ISWJ IFr . x7; ,. :.;?. iTv-V-m M.Hi wtm l'i' " 1 : ri n . .! L 'U v M K. . .1 !,J 4 ', lit' -f- ulI Itfll WWlat i-ti u r tbi, j w aut V vl net thi er i st fit al Pi is p t! ' y iw Stock Taking! That's the Racket this Week. And unusual llargatns aro bound to be made. Our Eastern Ituyrrs liavo Bent us some cholco things to help out our January sales. This is tlio last vvocls of the month. Don't delay to get some of them. Some of the Bargains. Gent's Laundriud Percale Shirts, with collar and cuffs, at 3!)c, worth 75c. Extra heavy Socks at (i)fc a pair, worth 10c. 108 Hats, assorted styles and sizes, at 25c Reduced from T5c up to $2.00 Men's Pants at r.!c, Wc, &?,c and $1.35 Were 75c. OS, 01.25 and $2 00. Men's Suits $2.0b S:i.4S to S5.0S. Kc- duccd from f j.00, 58.00 and StO. Overcoats clearing1 out at most any price. Ladles' and Misses' Wraps at prices that will close them out You can't imagine how cheap wo are selling fine new stylish goods. Come today and you wjll not regret it...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 February 1896

tWi'V"'!? MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VPL. II: NO. 28 MARIETTA, OHIO. SAIUKDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. PHICEONECEN1 )' yfi AN OLD MAP. One That Was- Published in 1794 Found at Coro. In itthe Limits of British Guiana are ' -Given as About' the Same t - t ,t iA Venezuela Now Cinema The, Map Will lie Forwarded to the United States For tho Use of tho Venemela.il Com mlislon In Their Deliberations. New Yoinc, Jan. 3L A dispatch to the Ilorald from Caracas, Venezuela, says: Antonio Fernandez, president of tho stato of Falcon, has telegraphed that in the archives of Coro, capital of tho stato and tho oldest city in Vene zuela, has been found a map published in London in 1701, in which the limits of British Guiana are given about as Venezuela asserts are right. Minister of Foreign Affairs Rojas sent an an swer to President Fernando:: thanking him for the information and asking him to send all documents he might dis cover which could aid the work of, tho special commission engaged hero In - copying an...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 February 1896

V A- W f-Ut FlAi ITV 6 r iM I- t - r 2 J, I I. ? UARIETT4 DAILY LEADER .ESTABLISHED 1B81 6B0B0B M. COOKK, JOHH W. LANBLEV, - EDITOH. ASSOCIATE. FAbllBhed every day except Sunday, at the Loader niUldlnit, l'utuam bureau jnd ' Muskingum Avenue. TxusrnoNK. No. 3 SATURDAY, FEB. I, 1800 Wa will consider It o great favor If subscribers will report any failure to get their Loader, orany careless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag In tubscrlb er's presence. Tiie attitude of the Register on the proposed liond issue for public improve ment, is not surprising, but its state ments are in many respects amazing. Its imagination has run away with its good sense, if its personal interests have not subjugated its conscientious scruples. Its discussion of the subject in Friday evening's issue was a bewil dering maze of misunderstanding and consequent misstatement. Paragraph by paragraph it does what it can to mislead...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 February 1896

""' '""-"i 0h ",- rni" 3 2'0 Years Experience Coupled with thorough ar tistic tralulng, counts for something. Our cxporionco command. is at your Tho Marietta Picture Man. THE SHOES WE HAVE ARE THE SHOES YOU WANT, AND OOR PRIGES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. 159 Trusses! "We have the best and most com plete line in this part of tho state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Give us a trial. Wo will save you money. J. W. Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, "Wholesale Retail. 128 Front Street. THE Putnam Street Jeweler CHARLES BLOMB. ' Besides carrying a large and choice lino of Optical Goods and Jewelry gives his prompt and personal attention to repairing. All goods and work guar anteed. For the Holiday Trade Fine Picture Frames ' AND Musical Instruments Of all kinds. Tho finest lino of Mouldings and Pictures in the ' city to select from. Everett, Harvard Pianos. Olough and Martin & Warren Organs. anil Waterloo Prices the Lowest. Wo always take pleasure in showing our goods. Schneider &...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 1 February 1896

Wmmm i7W !" -fAv- yyqe Mi ' v ' lrZ , -Trl VT pp;7Vr ft f '.- v" N V Stock Taking! - l That's the Racket this Week. r And unusual Uargalns arc bound to ho made. Our Eastern Iluyors linvo sent us some choice things to' help out our January sales. This is the last week of the mouth.- Don't delay to get some of them. Some of the Bargains. Gent's Eaundrled I'ercale Shirts, with collar and cuffs, atS'Jc, worth 75c Extra heavy Soclts at CJfc a pair, worth 10c. 108 Hats, assorted styles and sizes, at 25c Reduced from 75c up to $2.00 Men's 1'ants at 39c, 40c, S0c and $1.25. Were 75c, OS, $1.25 and $2 00. Men's Suits $2.08 $:;.4S to $5 08. Re duced from $5.00, $3.00 and $10. Overcoats clearing out at most any price. Ladies' and Misses' Wraps at prices that will close them out You can't imagine how cheap we are selling fine new stylish goods. Come today and you will not regret it. 9Sc. $1.43, $2.08 up to $5.03 for Wraps that sold for $10.00, $15.00 and $20 00. DRUGS AND MEDICINE?. Wood wine, ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 3 February 1896

m "m T?ljfcr i ; -a MARIETTA DAI SB T AJ J I Jjld Jtifc v VOL. XI: NO. 29 MARIETTA, OHIO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 189(3. PftlCE ONE OEST1 wgq LY J-J FREE COINAGE Substitute to the Bond Bill Passed by the Senate. The Bill, as Amended, was Then - . Passed by a Vote of 42 td 85. J & Mr. Allen's Amendment rt-ohlbltlngFatarc Uine of llonds Without the Consent of the Congress tvus Defeated HelRn- lorugo Amendment Defeated . Washington, Fob. L Whon tho sen ate met at 11 o'clock Saturday morn Inp after taking a recess from 1C o'clock Friday evening1, tho attend ance of sonators was rather slim, there being perhaps twenty in attend ance. ! Tho vico president laid before the senate a deficiency estimate of appro priation by the secretary of tho navy of $500,000 for now practice vessels for the naval academy. Mr. Allen (pop , Neb.) introduced a bill to reduce public expenditures and 'for other purposes which was roferred to the finance committee. Mr. Morrill (rep., Vt), chairman oi the finance...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 3 February 1896

h Si' it f t MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .KsiABUBniD 18S1. , li 1 GKOHQE U. COOKE, JOBS W. X.AMSLKV, EDITOR. AS80CI&TK. Pobllehed every day except Sunday, at the loader Building, Putnam sueei and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone. No. 3 MONDAY, FEB. 3, 1800 Wo will consider It a Rreat favor If oubsorlbers will report any failure to sot their Lender, orany caroless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless tho carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. Tho Leader says tho Committee has withdrawn tho e:cctric iignt propo sition. Kegistcr. The falsity of tho above is simply hideous. The Council has merely inti mated their intention to drop tho in candescent feature. If it had said the Kcgister had knocked it out thore would have been some truth in it. Kegister. The egotism of this is laughable. We don't need 920,000 to eo into in candescent lighting. Register. Nobody says we do. It is simply a case of enlarging the plant to meet the gro...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 3 February 1896

KJU' '.'JH'ufe'ajgKT! PPi?)rWWwTP'Wlfl iWl1 mmmamimtimmri i PmnHnil' H W.I. 7' iWU" W v& r 3 20 Years -Exjeno . Couped with thorough ar tistic draining, counts for something. Our jbxporienco is at your command. Mraq, The Marietta PictureMan.' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER MONDAY FEB. 3. 1 800 PERSONAL AND LOCAL. THE SHOES, WE '. HAVE ARE THE SHOES YOU WANT, AND OUR PRIGES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. f Kf 159 Trusses! yfo have tho best and most com plete line in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Give us a trial. We will save you money. J. W. Dysle & Co., DKUGGISTS, Wholesale Retail. 126 Front Street. THE Putnam Street Jeweler, i t 'i4Wt'ik.iWcmr , r sitea?&z-7tia$t' StirsffiSLa, CHARLES BLDMB. Besides carrying a large and choico lino o Optical Goods and Jewelry giveb his prompt and personal attention to repairing. All goods and work guaranteed. For the Holiday Trade Fine Picture Frames -AND Musical Instruments Of all kinds. The finest lino of . Moulding...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 3 February 1896

W-l i ' t RJ KBKN hV J . "I E 'l h HI HP Stock Taking! That's the Racket this Week. And unusual Harguins are bound to bo made. Our Eastern lluycrs havo sent us some choice things to help out our January sales. This is the last week of tho month. Don't delay to get some , of them. Some of the Bargains. Gent's Laundried Percale Shirts, with collar and cuiTs, atitOc, worth "3e. Extra heavy Socles at 6(c a pair, worth 10c. 193 Hats, assorted styles and sizes, at 25c. Reduced from 7!ic up to S2.00 Men's Tnnts at 30c. 49c, 89o and 51.25 Were 75c, OS, 81.25 and S3 00. Men)s Suits $2.93 $n.48 to S5.9S. Re duced 'from $5.00, SS.00 and $10. Overcoats clearing out at most any price. Ladies' and Misses' Wraps at prices that will close them out. You can't imagine how cheap we are selling fine new stylish goods. Come today and you will not regrot it. 03c, 81.43, 82. OS up to S.T.98 for Wraps that sold for S10.00, $15.00 and $20.00. DRUOS AND MEDICINE?. Blood wine, Seidlitz Powders 17c, Emulsion C...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 February 1896

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. XI: NO. 30 MAKIETTA., OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 189G. PRICE ONE CEN1 COSTLY BLAZE. Two Large Buildings Destroyed, and Others Partially So. ifff ' Philadelphia Property to the Value ySjUw- of $1,075,000 Goes'Up in Smoke. The tlazeltlne Ualldlnff, American Baptist Publication FoeletT, Dry Uoods Store of Homer Le Oonteller & Co., and the Hotel Lafayette Damag-ed v Philadelphia, Fob. 3. The fiercest, most stubborn and most destructive fire that has visited Philadelphia in years originated at 3:30 Sunday morn ing in the cellar of the Uazeltine build ing Nos. 1410 and 1418 Chestnut) street, and before it had been subdued the Uazeltine building and the American Baptist - Publishing so ciety's' building at Nos. 1420 and 1423 Chestnut street were destroy ed, the dry goods store of Uomcr, Lo Boutolier &'Co., Nos., 1412 and 1414 Chestnut street was badly damaged, and the rear of the Hotel Lafayette, which faces on Broad street, was dam aged to the extent of...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 February 1896

i r. fw-"to mmfri t a -" . viT;i r T ..1 s T ir iv ft ! ft- no f i MARIETTA DAILY LEADER 'ESTAHUBUKD 1831. BEOBGB U. OOOKB, JOHH W. LANSLtar, KIHTOIt, ASSOCIATE, J Published every day xcept Sunday, at the Leader Building, 1'uthatn street, and Muskingum Avenue. Celbpuonk. No. 3 TUESDAY, FEB. 4, I8BO Wo will consider It p Brent favor If aubacrlbera will report any failure togetthelr Londar, orany careless ness on the part of ths carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag In tubscrlb er's presence. fms indictment agulnst ex-Senator John Q. Abbott, of Morgan county, who represented tho Ninth-Fourteenth Senatorial district l'or four years is a bombshell in tho camp of his friends. The indictment is tho outcome of al leged bribery in connection with the Pharmacy 11111. Mr. Abbott denies the charges emphatically. McCluhe's MaoAzikh for February will contain eight important portraits of Lincoln, and will present material never before publ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 February 1896

&ipwwjl- T-rm 'i 1 t -' ",' "Tfl :. -" ri. - 3 . 20fMsExpnence Coupled wllh thorough ar tistic graining, counU for something. ,. ' Our experience' Is at your MARIETTA DAILY LEADER coram: WiVS. & Jie RJarietta'PictureMan. THE SHOES WE HAVE ARE THE SHOES YOU WANT, AND OUR PRIGES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. Qf jf DIED 1NBTAHTLY. 159 Trusses! ''W have the best and most com plete lino in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit qi money-refunded. Give us a trial. We you money. will save J. W. Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, Wholesale Retail. 128 Front Street. THE Putnam Street Jeweler, CHARLES BLUMB. Resides carrying a large and choice lino of Optical Goods and Jewelry gives his prompt and personal attention to repairing. All goods and work guaranteed. Close at G p. Saturday. m. every evening except I For the Holiday Trade Fine Picture Frames AND Musical Instruments Of all kinds. The finest line of Mouldings and Pictures in tho city to select from. Everett, Harvard and Martin Fsjano...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 February 1896

ipvftWi (r.tMU V' . jt T,:;Tf??f r 1 M P ii r. Here's what you want and at Prices that will do you good. Catch on, work quick, for the first come gets pick and choice. Stock taking over and we find too many goods on hands and they must go and Jhat quickly. See some of the prices and you will agree with us. Query? I" 1 you ever tulto nolt. enough of t ads of the tnerchauts of this city an . .-eo how barreu they uvo of prices? f .nyou tell why? We are not ifraid to quote prices una show our goods, for we know they are away below competition. Lots of Dress Goods at CMc, were 10c and lSfc. " " " 80 were 15c and 18c. " " " 25c were 85c and 50c. " " " 40c, were 75c and SI. 00 Talto them while they are going. Bargains don't wait. Ladies', Children's and Misses' under wear fiom 10c, 12Jc, 15c and 2jc Ladies' all wool Vests and Pants at -10c, ucro T5c, SI. 00 and -1.25. Misses hose at 3, 4 and 5c. Ladies' hose at 5, S and 12Jfc. Patterns only lOc. Why pay 25c to 50c for no better Stock and p...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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