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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 February 1897

rr 4,ii vt rji ,,; " -rt-K-vif -n .!M MARIETTA LEADER. VOL.. III. NO. 30 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAJJL 1 ft rv A CONTROVERSY That Has Lasted for Nearly a Century About Settled. Tho Anglo-Venezuela Arbitration Treaty Signed in Olney's Office Iy Sir .Jnllnii l'ntincrfotr, ltrltlnh Aiiilmb- nixlur, mill Honor .loan Amlrmlr, Vcnrz- iiolnn Mlnlntur IMplnnintlf: Itclii- tloiin lti-stlmuil Tho Cola IVn. Washi.no iom, Feb. 3. 'L'ho Anglo-Vonc-itolun tirbltratio treaty was signed by Sir Julian l'auncefotc, the Hritish iimbassnilor, anil Scnor Joso Andrade, the Venezuelan minister, in tho ollluo oC Secretary Olnoy at the state department, at '1:30 o'clock Tues day afternoon, signalizing the nmica ble termination of a controversy that lias lasted nearly a century, as well as the resumption of diplomatic negotia tions between two countries which had been suspended for'ton years. 'lho Hritish ambassador, accom panied by Mr. Henry Outram Hax Irousldc, attache 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 1897

LilLMiUJKEES fmEWfiPM1 ";ut ""! TT V rv , MARIETTA DAILY LEADER CSTAHUSUED 1S81. GEOKGE M. COOKK, JOHN W. LANSLEY, EDITOK. ASSOCIATE tho lubllsheu every day except Sunday, ut Leader lliilluliitf, l'utuam Street and Muskingum Avenue. BUZZ OF THE TROLLEY. TKLKIUION'K Xo. Wo will consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any failure to got their Loader, or any caroless noss on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carrleis unless tho carrier punches his crediting In subscrib er's prnsonco. THURSDAY. FEB. 4, 1807 A n.KASAXT feature in connection with the announcement of the name of Charles G. D.iwcs for Comptroller of the Curreucy is the unanimous belief in his fitness for the place. In this one nnnointiTinnt tho President, honors a personal friend, pays a political I and caU l'""ns ut each heat. debt anil secures one of the ablest and Mmlt'llii Klretrlu Cuiiiimiiy StnrtH Onrn m Sreiinil Stri'i-t. Tho first street ear ever moved by electricity in Mariet...

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 1897

Is! Lincoln J. Carter's "TORNADO," Anditorinm, Thursday, Feb. 4th. $1000 6IYEN AWAY During this month we're going to startle the natives. Tell you how? Well, we've just (ininshed invoicing CUflPCT ami find some lines of JDllUut) that haven't moved properly. To make them go. we're going to sell $2,000 worth tliis month at HALF PRICE. To accomplish our end we expect to sell lots of $3.00 and S4.00 shoes for ONE SMALL DOLLAR. If we loscsomemon ey, THAT'S OUR BUSINESS. If von get something for nothing THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS. Must have room for Spring Goods now coming. So take ad vantage of this unprecedented sale. Watch windows for special bulletins. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, FEB. 4. 1807 DIED OF PERITONITIS. W. V, 3lVrj, West Side, SlirclllllllH to Stomiicli Trimble. At cijiht o'clock Wednesday morning, at his homo on the West Side, occurred thu death of Mr. W. 1 McVey, who had been suiTcring1 from btomach trouble, which developed into peritoni tis. Mr. McVcy wub -17 years of a...

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 1897

wTri:w,;r.;.i' sw. - "-;v. v -1 fill. li I ' - r A ln re i, n R lf &ti W 1 tfl - fr It Hutchison's Bargain Store, Our January Sales exceeded all previous records, and goods were sold at prices lower than ever be fore. In order to keep up the in crease for February, we make some unusual oft'eis. Special prices for each department on the day named. The exceeding low prices will only rule on the days advertised. snodBi Si Fur nnen For this month we have special bargains: For One Day Only Will tho goods be sold at the prices named. Monday, Feb. 1, Won CoiTeo 12' ,u jmr pound. Urocerioi wv down. Tuesday, Fob. 2, Talico 2..c yard. Uli; bargains in dry goods. Wednesday, Feb. 3, n "dress pattern" given with oath dross sold in dress Koods department. Thursday, Feb. 4, LvJies' and Misses Hoko So a pair. Underwear ery plump. Friday, Feb. 5, Dish Sale 1 cent, 3 cents and 5 cents oaili. IlarpiinR hero. Saturday, Fob, 0, MouS Pants Slip, UJe and PSe. Clothing at halftegular prices. Monday, Fo...

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. — 5 February 1897

'li' MARIETTA DALLY LEADER. KABIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1897. VOL. III. NO. 31 PRICE ONE CENT RUN TO EARTH. A Band of Thieves Which Has Been Robbing the Government For Years of Stamps at the Rate of About $100,000 a Year. 'llio First Arrest Mado In Now York In the Person nr Hamilton 1'. Coleman Oth er Arrents Will Follow Tliti Mrth ott of tho Thlavlng (lane;. Niiw Yoiik, Fob. 4. After years o hard work it is now said that the post oillco authorities have succeeded in running to earth a hand of thieves which lias been robbing tho govern ment of stamps at the rate of about 5100,000 a year for many years back. The first arrest was made Wednesday in this city, and it will bo followed up, it is further said, by tho arrest of tho others in the pang. Tho man who was arrested in this city is Hamilton F. Coleman, a clerk in tho chief clerk's department in the general land office in Washington. Over S5,O0O worth of stamps were found on his person. These stamps arc known as periodical ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 5 February 1897

gr;."TVWtr ry T,rwW'wwvr'",' ' " vw (-.?,, . ,-y-, !-'- i mtrffjtfZf- ' sjytiirvf? ; !) ii . . ,.. ,. i -. .-. iiii-. 11 lin.tnU- -- ' -1- t-- ...n-i- lf yt.Vfryyyy "V 7 WV wyrt-p- "M pu.. -it iM- f ki wmmmmmmwmmim l , I' I- '' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER liflTAHLLSlIF.l) 1HSI. GEOKGE ii. U00KU, EMTOK JOIIN W LANSLUV, ASSOCIATi: lbllshcd every ilny except Sunday, at tbo Leader limUMnir, I'utn.itn btreet and Muskingum Avenuu. Tklei'Honi: No Wo will consider it a grunt lavor It subscribers will roport any ralluro to got tholr Loader, or any cnroless noss on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pay tho carrlois unless tho carrier punches his credltitag In subscrib er's prnsonco. FRIDAY. FEB. 6, F07 HIBERNIAN VALOR. After Jinny IrarJ lircvltt'i Duo iii cogni tion. The citizens of ilcnnc&bcy, O. T, liao oteil $2,000 in bonds for the pur pose of electing a monument, to tho memory of I'm Hennessey, the go crn aucnt freighter wlio was hilled there !! j cars ngo and whose body ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 5 February 1897

, i Jr? '7.. $1 000 GIVEN AWAY During this monlli we're going to startle the native1!. Tell you how? Well, we've just fininshctl invoicing CLJflPC and find some lines of UUUUfc) that haven't moved properly. To make them go, we're going to sell S2,ooo worth tliis month at HALF PRICE. To accomplish our end we expect to sell lots of $3.00 and S4.00 shoes for ONE SMALL, DOLLAR. If we lose some mon ey, THAT'S OUR 11USINESS. If you gel something for nothing THAT'S YOUR 11USINESS. Must have room for Spring Goods now coming. So take ad vantage of this unprecedented sale. Watch windows for special bulletins, 159 MAIUETTA DAILY LEADER FRIDAY, FEB. 6. IQ07 TWO HUNDRED. Thr lli'iiulHttt; Number of N'limes tfvriirtHl to Hid lVtltlntl for ltlllnlllR till- City to Another CIiish. During tho past few days n potitiou to Council to take tho necessary Btops for securing u change in the grade of tho city to tho class to which our popu lation entitles us has been in circulation among tho business men. T...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 5 February 1897

1 ' r,,4;'!i l-)Kfr"t,"yw i,li '' 'V - .p.,.." y- -. f- 'i-;3r .vr ' -Thr' rr;vv;-mp'7.w'-'t p. iFr yvs ;Tj''S V vtt'" v-'--' - ? yrw'' i),J -"'' ' """' "-'lH """ '"-"" '" " lJ'"' ' "w;tw gr '.'mxh , n.s' ww.tWiitW'wi wfumm-tnmvm "VtlfV"l Jg, p? t 1 t ' V - w x -. Sir B tm m. r it N A. i5 H n A I: ! I" ' f - t fi f I"?. i-. I 0 If m m Bargain Store, Our January Sales exceeded all previous records, and goods were sold at prices lower than ever be fore. In order to keep up the in crease for February, wo make some unusual oiVeis. Special prices for each department on the day named. The exceeding low prices will only rule on the days advertised. Special For UmiTT, 1897. For this month we have special bargains: HFor One Da Will the goods be sold at tho prices named. Monday, Fob. 1, Lion CoITgo I2'c por pound. Groceries awav uowu. Tuesday, Fob. 2, Calico 2Jjc. yard. I5ig bargains in dry poods. Wortnosdny, Fob. 3, a "dress pnttorn" given with oath dross sold in dres-i goods department. Thu...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 February 1897

v MARIETTA LEADER. vol. in. isro. 32 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY I .' - IN THE CABINET. Hanna May Decide to Accept the Postmaster Generalship. Tho Matter Will Likely Bo Definitely Settled in a Fow Days. . Aitttlfton l'nrtor Accept the- rositlou of lrlvat Secretary to thu rrefltdoiit- Hlm't Terry S. Heath Tcmlurril Very UauilHomo Appointment. Canton, 0.. Fob. 5. Tlio indications now aro that tho political intentions oC M. A. Ilanna will occupy tho cabi net guossors tho rest of this weok. It is rumored hero by many of Mr. Han na'.s Cleveland friends who liavo visit ed Canton withing the last :ifl hours that ho may decide to accept tho posi tion of postmaster general. The most generally accepted opinion is that Mr. Manna thinks he will not be appointed to tho senate by Gov. liushncll, though the rumor that Oov. liushncll has de cided to appoint Lieut. Oov. Jones to till tlio scat in tho United States son ate which will bo vacated by .John Sherman on...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 February 1897

L'c,iiniif jwp.iftii.n i.iiWigfji.aJ I-1 n'f,'l!a.,'! JSWW,11 i'B.yWWBi!Ml'li'-'iH".'i V '1l1"' 0- H MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTAULtSlllUl 1831. GEORGE M. COOKE, EDITOK. JOIIN W. LiANSLEY, ASSOCIATE Published every day except Sunday, at tho Leader lliuMlng, I'utusiui Street and Muskingum Avenue. TBLBl'lIOSi; No. a. Wo will conaldor It u grunt favor II subscribers will report anv tnlluro to got tholr Londor, or nny careleos noss on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pny tho carrlois unless tho carrier punches his crediting In oubscrlb or's prnsoncc. SATURDAY. PEB. O, 7 Tin: State of Kentucky 1ms no re formatory institution for chllilrun who transgress tho law and a nine-year-old toy has just been placed in tho peni tentiary at Frankfort to serve one year fcr breaking1 a pane of glass and' stealing1 50 cents from a show window. Tho moral responsibility oficompelHiifr a boy of nino years' to. nssociute with the hardened criminals of u peniten tiary is not light. DYSPEPS...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 February 1897

1 1'1 S1000 GIVEN AWAY During this month we're going to startle the native. Tell you how? Well, we've just finlnshcd invoicing CUflPC 'and find some lines of OHUM) that haven't moved properly. To make them go. we're going to sell ?2,ooo worth this month at HALF PRICE. To accomplish our end we expect to sell lots of $3.00 and S4.00 shoes for ONE SMALL DOLLAR. If we lose some mon ey, THAT'S OUR BUSINESS. Ifvouget something for nothing THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS. Must have room for Spring Goods now coming. So take ad vantage of this unprecedented sale. Watch windows for speciri bulletins. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, FEB. 6. 1897 COURT HOUSE FILLED. AViiro llnrncrs. Hold 1111 KotlillslliMlc fleet ing l'rlclny Jflglit. Considering" tho bad weather of Fri day overling' tho crowd which camo out to attend tho meeting' in tho interest of organized labor was surprisingly large. Tho Court Houso was tilled by tho aud ience, scattered through which wero many ladies. The meeting was opened with...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 February 1897

ww '"'if mtfmmm ffHffWfPtpt J "rr- T,,fr T-- ,T zzz' 3- Ck K. "R r ! ( K i,v U' - ! . '- f - Hutchison's Bargain Store, Our January Sales exceeded all previous records, and goods were sold at prices lower than ever be fore. In order to keep up the in crease for February, we make some unusual offers. Special prices for each department on the day named. The exceeding low prices will only rule on the days advertised. Special Sale For iw, For this month we have special bargains: for One Day Only r Will the goods bo sold at the prices named. Monthly, Fob. 1, Lion Coffee 12 '..c per pound. Groceries away down. Tuesday, Fob. 'J, Calico 2tfc. yard. JUg- bargains in dry goods. Wednesday, Feb. :!, a "dress pattern" given with each dress sold in -dress goods'department. Thursday, Feb. 4, Ladies' and fMisses Hose Cc a pair. Underwear t cry cheap Thursday, Fob. 1, Ladles' and Mines' IIoso Of a pair. Underwear very cheap. Friday. Feb. f, lMsh Sale- 1 cent, uouta and G cants oaeli. Hargains hero. ...

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. — 8 February 1897

hiHf'''' ,3K '"?, MARJET . - --W LEADER MABIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, FEBBUAKY 8, 1897 VOL. III. KO. 33 PRICE ONE CENT TA t - -r 71 j - " JJiULA HAVE HOPE. New York Republicans Believe They Will Be Represented In HcKinley's Cabinet, Although One or Two Complications Havo Arisen. A Nnmu Will Ho l'rcncmtiMl tn tlio rrcal- ilout-r.loi't That Bliiy Iron Out TIiuhii Wrlnlclaq It NeuPHiury lien. S.I.. Wondfurtl Jluy HoDrunpell. Ni:w Yohk, Fob. n. Now York re publicans have by no means given up hope that this state will be reprosont eil in McKinloy's cabinet, unil tlioso who discuss the subject declaro tliat they know the ground upon which they are treading. Hut those who will talk admit tliut ono or two complica tions have arisen. It is the pur pose of the republicans who arc watch ing things in the absenco of United States Senator-elect Thomas C. Piatt to Iron out these wrinkles, it possible, and to present to Mc Kin ley the name at a republican who will represent all interests. l!y this it mu...

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. — 8 February 1897

Iwta; w Tm"f'ii mjm f'W llt!H' ,,- j (PW.A-- i ""ftf1' ...,-. iv .? ,., fNt r, t , . .'pf -. .lWi v'i ... ! ! I M nil IIIM nil Mm Ml ! Mllll . . . J - n "'."' 'y BWwwwwai'MwiiiB ??:" .,,,r,. , ' '"?"i'T.'.'1 r( T' ,,''3uPK,lP' " " yys, jfcfchn wvmwmmw n i m 1 &v IfV R IP Rj ! I tt r l i f r I w . MARIETTA DAILY LEADER USTABUSnXD 1S81. GE0UGE M. COOKE, JOHN AV. LANSLEY, ED1TOH. ASSOCIATE Published every day except Sunday, at Leader liulldliiKi I'utnum Street and Miiaklnaum Avenue. tho TlSLKl'IIONK No. 3. Wo will consldor it a groat tnvor If subscribers will report anv talluro to got tholr Loader, or any caroloss noso on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pay tho carrlors unless the cnrrlor punches hlo credltitao In subscrib er's prnsence. MOM DAY, FEB. O. I B97 Judok Gorr lias declared the West Virginia cljfaretto law, imposing u tax of ?o00. unconstitutional. SUPPOSED DEAD GIRL REVIVES. IVfrcT HoIiir lu n Cofllu Tliroo Days 8ho Telli of it Visit to Ilcnvcn. Was...

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. — 8 February 1897

B? i Reward of Merit. 'JL'iio bilccei-B of g" first weekV cleurnnco sale is gratifying indt'tid ncl our udatoimTH certainly appre ciated i he "slashed" bar gains To make it more interesting wo're going to arrange additional lots of HIGH GRADE CUnQ at LOW GRADE wIJUUO PKIOES for this week. Special interest will center in our $1.49, $1.99 and $2 49 tables this week. 159 Special bulletins on windows Some People Have Corns, and soma 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 ffivo you relief, much more satisfactory relief than you san obtain by the use of a razor. Putnam Street 134 Putnam St Marietta, O. Drugstore. "Cuba" Hats, $1.00. The "CUBA" ir the latest soft hat produced by manu- Qy facturers The "CUBA" is the Rage. The "CUBA" looks better $ on more people than any soft hat made STIFF HATS. Vc announced some time ago the ar rival of the new bpring shapes and colors in stiff hats. Have you seen th...

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. — 8 February 1897

PF - TTf''1 ' "'JW;"( .'""' "l'.'.n').7 :jffJ"M'?7'r'"! jifjinf,' i 't-f.'i wtfr$Wiif;f. Wp VAUW StTrTvfTOFrrtipiW'Ti5: X i I . ttrV. e-gi i iiMwii.inMLji.M-Mjiua.ig-.i-u.. ml. im .-ai 'tm $m K KBB i-SS'V ?.' it ' K i:i l' vj : I . I B ft t U T pt V. I f 1 t a MutGhisou's Bargain Store, Our January Sales exceeded all previous records, and goods were sold at prices lower than ever be fore. In order to keep up the in crease for February, wo make eomo unusual offers. Special prices for each department on the day named. The exceeding low prices will only rule on the days advertised. Ssffll Sals For Iran, 1801 For this month wo have special bargains: for One Day Only Will tho goods bo sold at the prices namnd. Stondny. Fob. 1, Lion ColfctrWc per pound. Groceries away down. Tuesday, Fob. a, Calico 2M& yard. Big bargains in dry goods. . Wednesday, Feb. 0, a "dresa pattern" Riven with each dress sold in tlrers foodsdopartinout. Thursdav. Fob. 4. Ladies' andf.UUses u'osc 5c a pair. Under...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 9 February 1897

jfwV'1 i 'fcH " ! -3P"" MARIETTA DAII LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 34 MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT k MAXIMO GOMEZ Refuses to Confer with Gaptain General Weyler. The Rebel Leader Doubts tho Sin cerity of tho Spaniards In Their rropfmt-tl Ilcfnriii, In Ciibn A IIiirRn Untlcr Wcyli-r Shut liy 11 Ciilimi Sliurpuhootur Tim (Jcnnrnl Niir- rtmly Lscapeit llnlnc Shot. New Yoitit, Fob. 8. A special dis patch to the Herald from Havana, Cuba, February 0, via Key West, Fla., says: Gen. Wcylor's attempt to arrange for a secret conference with Gomez in San ta Clara over the question of the pro posed Cuban reforms has proved n complete lizzie. Gen. Gomez sent word, it is said, that ho would not confer with Gen. Weyler upon any subject whatever and refused to meet him under any circumstances. hile the rebel leader doubted the sincerity of the Spanish government and declared that tho proposed re forms would not be promulgated in good faitli, he expressed a willingness to meet a...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 9 February 1897

MM PWrwt V v I :fl i t1 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER EsTABM81tF.D 1SS1. GEORGE M. COOKE, UDITOK. JOHN W. L VN3LUY, ASSOCIATU Published uvery day nxcevt Svradnj. at tlie Lender limklliit', I'litmim .Strict and Muskingum Avenue. TiiLEruoNi: No Wo will conslUor it Hgroai favor (f subscribers will report any fallura to got tholr Loader, or any caroloss noas on tho part of ho cnrrlr. Subscriber;? will plonuo not pay tho carrlero unlcsn tho corrlor punches Ilia crcdlttnc; In subscrib er's presence. TUESDAY, FEB. O. 'B-''7 BEATS HIS WAY. "Wllllo Lindsay, of Keokuk, lias a Tough Experience) (.dug: to Illj llrotlier't. Willio Lindsay, a 1 1-ycar-olrt boy, ivliosc homo is in Kcolsuk, la., arrived at 1I10 house of John AV. Lindsay, his brother, hi Hammonton, N. J., the other morning' and told him that ho had come to pay him. n visit. The boy's clothiui;' v.-aa covered with dust and "badly torn and he presented u norry appearance. Willie said he left hia home in Keokuk ten. daysnjro with the intention...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 9 February 1897

( ifi ' t -4 t ," rw-'i'1!' ? " ! ''" ",vs')rt,!CWfw)? j",,r'f','rw'c11 fa "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Auditorium, Wednesday, February, 17. haSyhyb' TiFHWiffS1 V Reward of Merit. Tho biicci'frH of on first weok'n clearance snlu is gratifying indeed ntul our ciiHiomt'irt ccriiiiiily nppro cinti'd i lio .slnflied" bar gains To make it more interesting we're going to arrange additional lots of UIGU GRADE I Shoes at LOW GRADE PRICES for this week. Special interest will center in our $1.49, $1.99 and $2 49 tables this week. Some People Have Corns, and 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 frivo you reliof, much more satisfactory relief than you can obtain by the use of a rnzor. Putnam Street 'a.ftW1 Drugstore. "Cuba" Hats, $1.00. The "CUBA" ir the latest soft hat produced by irtanu- On facturers The "CUBA" is the Rage. - The "CUHA" looks better (5S on more people than any , soft hat made i V...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 9 February 1897

TOS"IWT' wAr"- '-'-' -'-,tI ."' h , ?Fr --v -.t .' :" Wt"T.TJ.tW1!Wi "WW ROW-.' 5 CW.'W s Wfr')7VW;'vu',ftoi'!" TP 'T mJlFwfl jv'T , ityifY "'"r'wyfr 7c;Trar m 'WtfmrWW! f l " v k !;v 1 W v !. IkV If I: li. ife L E . L c1 Hutchison's Bargain Store, Special Daily Sales This Week Monday. Tel). S. Itcd Table Damask 10c. a yard. Linens cheaper than ever known. Tuesday, Keb. 0. Candy St. pound. Canned Goods and Confections cheap. Wednesday. Fob. 10. Men's r,aun dried SliirUWc. Ii'urnlsiitngs very low. Thursday, Keb. 11. Night Day Clock ;l.(iw. Jewelry nad Silverware Ittiryain Pay. Friday, Feb. 1-3. Tin Cuds Iceach. Har-gains in Agate and Tinware. Saturday, Fob. IB. Special Prices in i.'l Departments. Wednesday, Feb. 10th, iu addition to Men's Lauudried Shirts and Furnish- ccs. we will continue special sale of Intlunjr Pants !!l)c and 50c. Kersey i'nnts(rood weight ami a groat Bur- "ain atSOc, regular Sl.SOgootK Men's. 'iovs1 and Children's Suits tit about half usual prices for this day o...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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