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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 18 January 1897

LEADER VOL. III. NO. 15 MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, JANUARY 18, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT MARIETTA BALLY !' It s H & BAYATE EDICT Issiidd by Weylor Felt in Ha Vaiife and Mafanzas Provinces. It boprlvos Peaceful Citizens of Tboir Rightful Means of Existence. A Cecal I'olnt Sprung by the Foreign Property Owners, Which Will Surely Lead to Complication ami Many Claim, on 6panlah Government. Kev West, Fla., Jan. 10. Advices from Havana state that tho effect of Woyler's famoitB Iiayato edict of tho 1st instant is being felt with more in tensity in tho provinces of Havana and Matanzas than in that of Pinar del Rio, since these provinces being1 more thickly populated and with tnoro farms and estates than tho former, tho whole sale abandonment of tho properties and the concentration of the people in tho towns will not only augment tho misery already prevailing, but also present tho serious inconvonience of lodging so many peoplo in towns al ready full to overflowing. Without discussing Weyler's i...

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. — 18 January 1897

'I"A rVwtm- T"9y"vi '' U-ym Mi " mmTmrm" """"" " i rn i miii) i ii WSn V -jul tt u ft v. .JfS- ""V ' . F i .- t-w . . :th VI 'Ski 1-V I IS r?i.v $ w Mi vfv n . r t . fo f Ehk7 i MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1881.. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. IiANSLKY, ED1TOII. ASSOCIATE Published every day except Sunday, at tho Leader Building, Putnam Street and MusUlngum Avenuo. TELEPHONE No. 3. MONDAY, JAN. 18. 1897 Wo will consldor It agroattavor If subscribers will roport any failure to got tholr Loader, or arty caroloss nosa on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will pleaoo not Bay tho carrlots unless tho carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's prnsenco. FARMER'S INSTITUTE. Tho tVnUTtoHii MuvtliiK -u""1 s,,t '''""," Till One. KocKLAxn, O., Jau. 10. The Farm er's Institute held at Watertown .Ian. 11th and 12th was ono of. the best that wo have had tho privilege of attending. The speakers from abroad were Gen eral S. II. Hurst and Mr. S. II. Todd. Their addresses were entertaining and...

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. — 18 January 1897

Vflp?" ' ' W'.S'fV' TV3 "tl ' ?,.' YALE'S "TWELVE TEMPTATIONS," Auditorium, Wednesday, Jan. 20th. -''" ' We Have Itl MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Artist l'roof Kteli'lrips. Hand I'alntod Water Colors Carbonotto Views of Mus kingum, ' '. " ' Poaltot Koflllt'UH, Kodak Albnm$, Ilullseyo Cam urns, Amateur 1'rit'itiny Outfit, Photographic Supplies, Novelty FraraeffUfcatitics Oak,Ea,soH,anrt cWantlino of picture iiioultiirji's for framing to order. -, , , T.II - ' !'' I4 ' The Marietta Picture Man. Some People Have Cornsand somo 'have not. Most of us have. If you are troubled with corns," hard or soft, drop in and buy a box of our CHINESE CORN CURE. It will plvo you relief, much more satisfactory relief than you can obtain by tho use of a razor. Putnam Street 134 Putnam St Marietta, O. Drugstore. Up-to-Date Neckwear, See. our lino ot Green .tlio latest shade and proper color. .See window. Bear in -Mind Our 25 per cent reduction sale still continues. One lburth oil' every suit and Overcoat. n ","...

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. — 18 January 1897

mi mi i Ki.ii.ini iiiiijjwiflji K " r V mmtumammmmnifm &" i ' y Ml 1 . '.V January is the great Bargain Month AT lutcliisoifs Bargain Store, 169 Front St., And when you road our offerings, you can rely upon them being Bargains in the fullest sense of the word. Extraordinary Cloak Selling. Tho Great Cloak IleduciijK ''V,0"'6,1 began a few days ago. Each day it Rat ors strongth and volume from such swooping prico cuts as tlioso. It s mon ey saved to buy now. Half Longths Coats, lino goods, trim med with llraid. Fur and Velvet. Sat 1-acod, will soil at ?2!0.3 25, 3 03,4 -IS. 4 OS-reduced from $5, 7, 0, 10, 12, 15 and $20. "" Short Jackots at $1 OS, 2 OS, ! OS, 4 OS, fl OS, to !jS 48-woro 3, 4, 5, 6 to f 15. Infants' Cloaks at OSc wore SflnO. Tliese Great Reductions Only for this Special Sale. Emphatic Bargains In Dress Goods. If wo could describe tn tho faintest manner the varieties of colorings, t ho fancy of tho weaves, thy brilliancy ortho finish, and tho richness of the nppeur ...

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. — 19 January 1897

"$Jlty"JW""3$'"" K ,' -15 ' 'j''!""""5 -' 1' ' &., Marietta baiey leader. 1 u VOL. III. NO. -16 MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT I. ONLY TERMS That Gomez and the Cuban Gov ernment Will Accept Is tho Absolute Independence of the Island of Cuba. Tha Xnsareont General Very Indlsnant Over the Reports Circulated In the United .States That 11b Win Itoady tn Knler Upon Other Negotiations. New Yoiik, .Tan. 18. A special cablo dispatch to tliu Sun from Havana says: Information is received hero from a re liable source that Gun. Gome, and the Cuban government have boon addressed by tho Junta ot New York requesting from them an olUcial declaration ol their sentiments with regard to tho ar rangement reported in New York tc bo making botweon tho cabmols ol Mud rid and Washington for granting to Cuba homo reforms from Spain or homu rule in order to satisfy tho revo lutionists. A special messenger from Havana carried tho document, which arrived safely in the hands of Go...

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. — 19 January 1897

wvwvmG&wmm EMKWHWWHT CHSSSaiZZ3 kWaa i i i wjii iii Mijifuli I!! wirjfi' rtycwywy rr. ,t'"nrraflj V V V -1 "V , ( 1 t, V 1 MARIEWA DAILY LE&l) E& . EsTABtiansD JSSl. ' - GEOIUJE If. COdKE,' JOHN W. LA.NSLEY, EDlTOft. ASSOCIATE Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TELKriIONE No. 3. TUESDAY. JAN. 10, 1897 Wo will consider it a groat tavor If subscribers will report any ralluro to got tholr Leader, or any careless ness on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pay tho carrleis unloss tho carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. MYSTERIOUS EGYPTIAN LAKE. HENS HABITUAL DRUNKARDS. Singular Jlody of Wntor from Which Kgynt Draws Its Salt. During thu reign of Said Pasha a causeway was built across the Lake of 2iIurcotis with the result that the west ern portion of tho lake became highly impregnated with salt-, while the east ern part remained as formerly, only slightly brackish. Scientists ar...

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. — 19 January 1897

- t v vw i w YALE'S "TWELVE TEMPTATIONS," Auditorium, Wednesday, Jan. 20th. We Have Itl Artist Proof Ktchlnrrs. Hand I'nlntmt Water Colors Carbonotto Views of' Mus kingum, Pocket Kodncks, Kniiiilc Albums, Bullsoye Cameras, Amateur Printing tJuliiU, Photographic Supplies, , Notfolty Frames -Beauties Oak Easels anil clot'nntllno of picture mouldings for framing to order. Mra, The Marietta Picture Man. Some People Have Corns, and some have not. Most of us have. " If you are troubled with corns," hard or soft, drop in and buy a box of our CHINESE CORN CURE. It will give you relief, much more satisfactory relief than you san obtain by the use of a razor. Putnam Street 134 Putnam St Marietta, O. Drugstore. Up-to-Date Neckwear, f - See our lino of Green' f the latest shade and proper color. See window. Bear in Mind Our 25 per cent reduction sale still continues. One fourth ofl every suit and overcoat. CL01111CR, h.vttej:, runNisiiER, 137 Front Street. Leader of Low Prices for High Grade Cl...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 19 January 1897

b&sh wiPflPrvwWfT.' 1 " U1 w i Jrt Os f 4 a V r n- I V l;i Cm V fc t IB IB I ft ?: $ i 'i (f-r M 4' i 1 II' GREAT JAHUAPV SAL IflfllU-SWlHG Uavo you received your share of the wonderful Bargains we are soiling every day? New Prices and New Goods taking the places of those that are sold out. Some of our specials cannot bo duplicated at the prices made. Don't get disappointed but come today. Just what you want may bo gone and lo more at the same price can bo had. ,. Seo some of the Bargains for this week. i A few more Choice Jackets and Capes to close out at si very great loss The newest and best styles of our late P jrackeStsS'at Sl.OS, $2.98, S3 OS. J4 US and S7.US: were $2.50, $4.50. $12.50 and $20 Capes $3.48, were S5.00; $4.48 were S7.75; $5 48, were $8.50 and $10. Fine l'lush Capes at $0.4S to $i.4S, wero $11 to $15. Blankets and comforts to close out at away down prices. !1 pieces only !V.Mnch T.ipestrv Da mask at 4Sc, regular price !)3c. This is an only chance to get Carpe...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 20 January 1897

1 jn'p r S ' f -j V J I'll h MARIETTA LEADER. n .i VOL. III. NO. 17 MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT i',i T'f 'fl DAILY - i A GUNBOAT, Of the Spanish' Navy, Sunk by a Torpedo in Cauto River. Those on Board- Who Were Not In jured Jumped Overboard. Insurgents Upon the River llanlc Fired Upon the Iro nlnn Men Sovor.il of the Crew Were Killed and Wounded The Vessel la a Total us Havana, Jan. 10. Though the in surgents havo no navy thoy do not hesitate when the opportunity offers to attack the Spanish war ships. The latest instance of this ltind occurred Sunday morning when a Spanish gun boat was sunk by means of a torpedo and many of her crew killed. A de tachment of rebels had made an attack upon the forts atGuamo, somodistanco up the Cauto river, province of Santi ago do Cubu, and the Spanish troops fearing that they would not bo ablo to hold out asked for assistance from Manzanillo on the coast. On Saturday uight the gunboats Contineli and Re lampugo left M...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 20 January 1897

St-MpBBBBto WwWWWt""1""' ' '"- , t iipiiwiji)i(itipw)wiyi"y ;)' ' " ',; it'wppwjiijlliiPf 4iff&''' ii"'""hr 1,1 '1, ., ..'.' r T r : ' ; ; 4 ' ih if t A ft W if 1 1 . Ff, m ? i t i i l. t e fe - J. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ' Established 1SS1. I GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLEY, EDITOR. I ASSOCIATE rubllsbod every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone No. 3. WEDNESDAY. JAN. 20, 1807 Wo will consider It a groat favor It subscribers will report any falluro to got tholrLondor, oranycaroless noso on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pay tho carrlots unless tho carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. We stated yesterday that the College had made overtures to the School Board to let Andrews Hall for High School -use. The state of affairs was just re verse the Hoard proposed to rent tho 'building'. A Statement. To Tin: Emtok or the Leadkis: Your interest in public affairs leads us to believe that you wi...

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. — 20 January 1897

W m WffiPp ''W. YALE'S "TWELVE TEMPTATIONS," Attditorinm, Wednesday, Jan. 20th. I We Have It! MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THE TALK OE TEE OUT. ?1 Artist Proof Etching. Hand Painted Water Colors Carbonctte Views of Mus kingum, Pocket Kodaeks, Kodak Albums, Btillseye Cainorus, Amutuur Printing1 Outlit, Photographic Supplies, Novelty Frames Beauties Oak Easols and elegant line of picture mouldings for framing' to order.. -.1 The Marietta Picture Wan. Some People Have Corns, and some have not. Most of us have. If you are troubled 'with corns," hard or soft, drop in and buy a bos of our CHINESE CORN CURE. It will give you relief," much more satisfactory relief than you can obtain by the use of a razor. Putnam Street 134 Putnam St Dm fqtnrP Marietta, O. IJIUgblUlC. Up-to-Date Neckwear, See our line of Green the latest shade and proper color. See window. Bear in Mind Our 25 per cent reduction sale still continues. One fourth off every suit and overcoat. er?ry aue CLOTHIER, HA1Tr.lt, rUUNISHER, 1...

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. — 20 January 1897

'wn-rfi. i'TWS wyyt wtyf njmiM )w "tftw mfkikfm' "I ') ,'t4-fwi l.,,i,imimHj!jWj.ppipijHf im WP TT IV ,.-v vX I ; Li. m K r h k i fc-- - ry GREAT jAfWV SAL lH PULL 5vVf4G Havo you received your Blio.ro of tho wonufirlul llarrjalha we uro selling every day? Now Prices and Now Goods tnUinff the places of'tliose that are sold out. Some of our specials cannot bo duplicated at tlio prices made. Don't get disappointed but conic today. Just what you want may bo gone and io more at tho same price can bo had. , ... See somo of the Bargains for this A few more Choice Jackets and Capes to close out at a very great loss. The newest and best styles of our lato PlJaCcUoStsS"at $1.03, $2.08, S3 OS. C4.0S and S7.US; were M.BO, $4.50, $12.60 and $20. Capes 53.48, were $5.00; 54.4b, were $7.75: J. 48, were 58.00 ami ciu. Fine Plush Capes at S0.4S to 57.48, were Sll to S15. . , . , lllanhotb and comforts to cloe out at away down prices. ?i iTK nnlv 52-inch Tapestry Da- mask at 48c, regular price OSc. ...

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. — 21 January 1897

V . V V V , MARIETTA ,1 a Va JlAj IlL Jew VOL. III. NO. 18 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY I, U"ff t I'). AT THE STAKE. A Negro Murderer Burned Near His Victim's Homo. Terrible Work of a Lynching Party at Amite City, La. Anothor Negro Strung Up In Front of tho Jail A Third Oub Shot to Death by tho Mob Tho Murder of n Family Aveneed. New Orleans, Jan. 20. During tho rainstorm a mob of 200 broke into Ainito city jail Tuesday night. Thoy scoured John Johnson, Arch Joiner and Gus Williams, Negroes. Williams was lynched in front of tho jail, and the mob Uion proceeded from Amite with the other two. At midnight the mob with tho prisonors passed Independ ence. At 3 a. in. Johnion was burned at the Btake, nnd Jointr was shot to death at Tickfaw, La. Johnson was tho self-confessed murderer of Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton, Mrs. Agnes Steven son, Miss Lizzie Millar and Morvin Miller, on Scptembor-25, while tho fam ily slept. They were hacked to death with an ax. On...

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. — 21 January 1897

w 'JPWVwwptWH1 &' i VWWTJW( f A V i,r,"7,"7" rcjjijCT' - , " t nV '"rafWWflP.' ,1 ' l ' fTWKxn ' ' ' i - ' T" - ' II I I ' ' ''" '' '" ' ' J ' '' ''' ' ! '' I 1 I ' ' V, i M F F -if' 'V Hr y i E t. f 1 I ;f 1 BT 15 ' H i '1 .H MARIETTA DAILY- "LEADER GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. Atf 8fcEY, EDITOR. ASSOCIATE .Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader uuuaing, ruinam aircei aim Muskingum Avenue. Televiione No. 3. THURSDAY, JAN. 21. 1097 Wo will consider it agroatfnvor If subscribers will repon any failure to got tholr Leader, or any careless ness on the part of tho carrier. Subscribers will ploase not pay tho carrlots unloss tho carrlor punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. The publlshets of tho Cincinnati I'ost aro talking in biff ligurcs concerning the circulation of their paper, which is certainly ono of the largest in tho West. They claim to hayo printed dur ing '00 an average of over 150,000 copies every day. The Post people are certainly enter prising, aggress...

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. — 21 January 1897

". r mJ "" """" " "" . ' v : : t . s tr ,' r ' t If We HavVlT Artist Proo .Etchings. Hand Painted yater Colors Carbonotto Views pf Mus kingum, Poclcat Kodacks, Kodulc Albums, Bullsuye Cameras, Amateur Printing1 Outfit, Photographic Supplies, Novelty Frames Beauties Oak Easols und elepant Hno of picture mouldings for framing' to order. The Marietta Picture Man. Some People Have Corns, and some havo not. Most of us have. If you nro troubled with corns, hard or soft, drop in and buy a box of our CHINESE CORN CURE. It will give you relief, much more satisfactory relief than you can obtain by the use of a" razor. Putnam Street 134 Putnam St Marietta, O. Drugstore. Up-to-Date . Neckwear, See our line oi Green the latest shade and proper color. See window. Bear in Mind Our 25 per cent reduction sale still continues. One fourth off every suit' and1 overcoat. JHepry leaner;, CLOTHir.lt, HATTEIt, FURNISHER, 137 Front Street. Leader of Low Prices for High Grade Clothing. Remember That nothing ...

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. — 21 January 1897

cnasi I WjWWSf'WPIffflfWfi" "Wf"'' ""f"? ' 'T'r'l''!'Si?;W I .Wwff mwvirsxv if1ipr'y'" s w i ?xt . i ib.- Ifi fJLT ., , M: 4 i S-' - H VI KB . i: Wf ' llJ SI .,w r .- V' f It i ' K 1 n Ki m u ff.K 1' iMi'mtitifffi GREAT f PULL SVlNG Have you received your share of the wonderful Unrgalns we are selling every day? New Prices and Now Goods taUinff the places of those that are sold out. Some of our specials cannot ho duplicated at tho prices mmlR. Don't set disappointed hut come today. Just what you want may. he gone ana lo more tit mo buuiu pnuu can bo had. See some of tho Harjrains for this week. . . , , , A few more Choice Jackets ana Capes to close out at a very great loss. The newest and host styles of our late purchases. , , Jackets atfcl.OS, fcJ.'JS, $3. OS. 34.3 and ST.US; were $2.50, SI.50. C12.!0 and t'JO. Capes 5II.48. were $5.00; $4.48 were 17.75; J5.48, were 53. ra and S10. Fine Plush Rapes at Sii.lS to J. .4b, ,,,., 911 In iir.. iUaukets and comforts to closo out at away d...

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. — 22 January 1897

-.-? V MARIETTA. BAELY LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 10 MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT '. -!-r -f: -- r ARMY AND NAVT! .Represented at the Coast De fense Convention at Tampa. Gen. John H. Schofield, Retired, Elect ed Permanent President. IIU Address Dealt TVUh the Necessity ol improving the Coast DefonseThn 'Work Could Ho Dana at Small Kx- pense, nnU Xlou I'caco Guarantee. Tampa, Ha., Jan. 21. The coast de fense convention was called to ordut at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon witli delegates present from Alabama, Flor ida, Georgia, Indiana, Illinois, Ken tucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Min nesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Penn sylvania, South Carolina, and from the army and navy. (Jen. John M. Schofield was elected permanent president. His address dealt with the necessity of improving the coast defenses. This work, ho said, could be done at small expense, and was the guarantee of peace. In the race between offensive and defensive appl...

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. — 22 January 1897

P35fiaflRHi Tjll Wl' -In, JJ,' . yip: iiil f ?V r. m LK . m & i f n ft i p. i ' V MARIETTA DAILY 18 AD.ER ESTABLISHED 1881. OEOnQE,il. JOHN W.'t COOKE, ftifsLsV, .EDITOR. ASSOCIATE. FROM MACKSBURG. Muskingum Avenue. IntrrpMini: lluilKot of Item I'roin n I.h CorrrHpomleut. J. W. Yorlan, of this place, and Miss Published every day except. Sunday, at tho jjettlo Hupp, of Middle CreoU, were leaner uuuarag, i-uumiu owC lt.l In m..rrWn ut thn res deneo of ' tho groom's parents Monday evoking, 2?o. 3. ' January 18th, Kev. D. S. Welch ofllcl - atlng. Rov. D. S. Welch is conducting n series of meetings ut Shafer's ut this writing, ut the close of which ho will commence work hero next week. These meotings, both morning and Telei-hone FRIDAY, JAN. 22. 1897 Wo will consldor It o great favor If ! subscribers will report nnv tnlluro to got tholr Loader, or any caroloss-1 I ness on tho part of tho carrlor. evening, will only continue for u few Subscribers will ploaso not pay days. The pastor c...

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. — 22 January 1897

'J! . .1- JSiJL'.Ji-t i...L James A. Kerne's . Powerful Play "SHORE ACRES," Auditorium, Monday, Jan. 25. Re8HSS&tlBo Book Store. ; We Have Itl Artist 1'roof Etchings. Hand Painted Wutcr Colors Carbonotto Views of Mus kingum, 1'ooltut Kodacks, Kodak Albums, Uullsoye Cameras, Atuatuur Printing Outfit, Photographic Supplies, Novelty Frames licnutlcs Oak Easols and olcgantllno of picture mouldings for framing to order. M)f, The Marietta Picture Man. Some People Have Corns, and some have not. Most of us have. If you are troubled with corns, hard or soft, drop in and buy a box of our CHINESE CORN CURE, It will give you relief, much more satisfactory rolief than you can obtain by the use of a razor. Putnam Street Drugstore. 134 Putnam St Marietta, O. Up-toDate Neckwear, See our line of Green the latest shade and proper color. Seo window. Bear in Mind Our 25 per cent reduction ? sale still continues. One fourth off every suit and overcoat. j-iepry leaner;, CLOTHIER, HATTClt, I URMISIIER...

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. — 22 January 1897

Y - w 03SSS Pfl?r??BH!S! V " nwww wr? ' SiTs-Tnu". -V ,., 1 1 mj-j .' - 'ft. n " . - T K -. f .f k IS vm $4 GREAT JANUAPV SAL llavo you received your share of tho wonderful liargnins we aro selling every day? New Prices and Now Goods talcing the places of those that aro sold out. Some of our specials cannot bo duplicated at tho prices is? made. Don't, got, uisappuimuu uui, f ib todav. Just what you want may r bo gone and r.o more ut the same price can uu imu. See some of the Bargains for this weelc. , , A few more Choico Jackets and Capes to close out at a very great loss. The newest and best styles of our late purchases. Jackets at S1.9S, f'J.HS, SS.OS, $4.!IS and S7.US; were S'2.00, $4.50. 512.50 and $20. Capes ?:S.4S, were $5.00; ?4.4S were S7.75; f.".4S, were 58.50 and $10. Fine Plush Capes at 50.4S to SMS, were $11 to $15. Blankets and comforts to close out at away down prices. : pieces only 52-inch Tapestry Da mask at 48c, regular price OSc. This is an only chance to get Carpe...

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