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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 5 March 1897

F MARIETTA LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 58 MABXETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY INAUGURATED. Wm. McKinley and Garrett A. JHobart Installed in Office. The New President Favors a Com mission to Revise Monetary Laws. llo ICccnmmcniU n Moderato Increaio In the Tariff Urges Speedy Action by' tho Senate Upon tlio Arbitration Treaty Rxtra Session of Con. Kress to llo Called. WAsniNOTON, March 4. WUlIam McKinley. of Ohio, was Thursday Installed as president of tho United States for tho term of four years, continuing until tho fourth of March, 1901, and G rover Cleveland for tho eccond time pissed from tho exorcise of tho high offlco of president and rc-cntorcd private life In his capacity as cx-prcstdent ho has but ono living contempary, his Imme diate predecessor, Uenjamtn Harrison All tho others who within tho last 30 yours, by election or succession, have presided over tho destinies of tho crcat Amorlcan republic Lincoln, Johnson, Grant, Hayes, Garfield and Arthur hnvo Jo...

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. — 5 March 1897

BTMirMTl tiH 5i?"WEfi1PS ipTl" vT !W' "?,i5j7?B-''BTr?'riw T5"p " !)!(" 1?V pwp vr ,, ""TV'iffv r & t r If. III R IW I' Nfc f it l1 '5s' f MARIETTA. DAILY LEADER "1 ci'rim.TattKnlSSl. nrdnttP. M. COOKE. "EDITOR, ABS03I.VTC. JOHN W. LAN9LEY, rubU9hed evory day except Sunday, at tho Loader Balldlng, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. 3. Telephone: Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any tn lure to not tholr Loador. or any careless noss on tho part of tho carrlor Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless thn carrier punches his credit tag in subscrib ers prcsonco announcements. FOK MEMDEU OF BOAHO OF EDUCATION. en TrATint Please announce tho nauio or tlonol Marietta City bchool Dlstrlct, FOIl MAKSHAl. x'nTTriillpaso sav that James I'arllii, noenBtonciMBrBhMofMari. cttn, las performed tho services of sa d oil co with such faithfulness and Impartiality, that The wople insist Sat he ho retained In the offlce?andhe will be their candidate at the ...

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. — 5 March 1897

rf 'T 1-T l?fy;m Inauguration! . . . Wo have jitst closed a very successful month's clearance sale and have de cided ' to inaugurate for March a series of Special Sales Of Shoes even nioie interesting than before. Wo are now receiving Spring Shoos that includo ail the newest things in design and workmanship and at Prices never before made on such goods. See us if you want tho best. 159 WHtELS WHEELS Our stock comprises seven com plete lines, therefore we can please you. Bicycles in all Colors, :-: Sizes, Prices Wo also sell on the installment ment plan and can make imme diate deliveries. No trouble to show wheels. Catalogue for tho asking. Don't fail to sqo our ele gant assortment. Big Four Cycle CO., 119 Front street. Shirts! Shirts! "We Lead Another line of the Up-to-Datc patterns in fancy bosoms. TI1K VERY LATEST. Others Follow1. HATS. HATS We Lead .Nearly a month ago we called your at tention to the latest spring styles' in Still Hats. We guarantee style, price and qual ity. Hav...

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. — 5 March 1897

w I piiWW u 1 a luiliwill 1 --1 ".vit-'i tr ? ,;p;r" ,-? .33. inf. ' - - ss k t.w"asTW " " tx1 ju , -" v .wi R i ? B r ift i, ff ft r J1 f.r I 'I 1$ W, Stoek;-tak;ii --New Goods Arriving Daily-4 UOOM is what we arc clamoring- for now. We can't imlld for wo cannot cot any grounds to build on. and the next thinff to do is to sell the goods rapidly so as to make tho room for our increasing business. Low prices will be tho rule for tho month of March. Our Dress Goods stock shows up bet ter than ever ever at this season of tho year. Old shop worn goods cleaned but and it now presents a clean and attractive new stock at prices that are beyond the whisper of competition. Seo what we can do for you this first week of March. :.- pieces Moraine Silks at l'JKc yd, were '-tic 0 pieces Wool Challies, dark patterns nt l'JMc, worth 2.1c. 15 pieces 40-inch Henriettas at ISc, regular price 25c yd. ... 0 .. 12 pieces Kine Lustre Mohair Suit ings at :S"c yd, tegular r0e goods. 10 pieces iialf wool cas...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 March 1897

t i MARIETTA DAllA LEADER. H "V VOL. III. NO. 59 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1897. " PRICE ONE CENT v 1TATE GARDNER'S CHAT. Now DrosB Fabrloa for Spring and Summer Gowno. Tnllcta Will llo the Favorite Silk Ilcvlvnl of the Drnp il'Ete Crnzc Chiiniren In the Tnllor-Miule Gown. Special Chicago Letter. 1 Nothing can exceed in. charm 'nnd beauty the- new dress fabrics imported for spring and early summer wear. Lovely silks, handsome -woolens, and pally printed velvets seem to vie- with each other in attractiveness of design and finish; nnd, what is better and more important than all else, is that many o the prettiest and desirable patterns are "5''iSsz ONE OF THE NEW TUCKED SKIRTS. sold at a price that easily places them within the reach of the average purse. Taffeta sillc will lie the favorite silk for spring' wear, and the patterns show ing' a changeable effect are in greatest demand. Green, changing to deepest blue, rose-pink deepening to darkest crimson thatinsomelightslooksal...

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. — 6 March 1897

WWWIM1PBWWWWW V J ,( i -.1 I r T I I L'.ft MARIETTA. DAILY LEADER EBTAniAsninlSSl. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LA.NSLEY, EDITOK, ASSOCIATE. Pnbllshea every day except Sunday, at tho Leader Building, Putn.im Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. Telephone Wo will consider It n groat tavor if subscribers will report any talluro to eottholr Loader, or any careless noso on tho oart of tho carrier- Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carrlors unless thn carr or punches his crodlt tog In subscrib er's prosonco. ANNOUNCE 11 ESI'!1. FOB MEMDCU OF BOAHD OF EDUCATION. rn t.hadeii Please announce the narao of tlouot Marietta City School Dls"IctVoTrlts ron MAKS1IA1. Mk Editoh l'lease pay that .lames J'arliij. now iefvins fill nrat term as Marshal of Mnri Sttn, has performed tho services of Mid on ce "ltri Such' faithfulness and Impa'tlaUty. that tho neoplo Insist that ho bo retalued in the officeand he will bo their candidate at the spring election. mlEorB Mit. Editor: Please announce to the voters of ...

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

Rice's Beautiful "Evangeline," Auditorium, Thnrsda y, March llth. ii Inau I Wo have just, olosctl a very successful inonUi's clearance sale unci have do cided to inaugurate for Match n series of Special Sales Of Shoes even mote interesting than before. Wo aro now receiving Spring Shoes that include ail tho newest things in design and workmanship and at Prices never before made on such goods. See us if you want the best. WHEELS. Our stock comprises seven com plete lines, therefore we can please you. Bicycles in all Colors, :-: Sizes, Prices We also sell on the installment merit plan and can make imme diate deliveries. No trouble to show wheels. Catalogue for the asking. Drm'tfailto see our ele gant assortment. Big Foir Cycle CO., 119 Front street. Sliirts! Shirts! We Lead Another line of the Up-to-Date patterns in fancy bosoms. THE VERY LATEST. Others Follow. HATS. HATS We Lead Nearly a month ago we called your at tention to the latest spring styles in Stiff Hats. We guarantee style,...

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. — 6 March 1897

,, ' nMyany; . . , J. - . - m : si r f ii ' -.-in ,.g 1ii.,iff.i,ii MBMiii i HB'iimiiniiMii imwnuiiwimw "'" '" otwMIMPJI 1'"' ' v T'W i'1' WF S'Vl 6 m '- '' Y '-vjjTf.' ',-" ,, ; - . V "" Stoel(-taKi? Our ai?d -New Goods Arriving Daily- ROOM is wliat we are clamoring' for now. Wo citn't build for wo cannot trot any grounds to build on. and the ncxtthinffto do h to sell the goods rapidly so as to make tho room for our increasing business. Low prices will be the rule for tho month of Jlarcli. Our Dress Goods stock shows up bet ter than ever ever at this season of the year. Old shop worn goods cleaned but and it now presents a clean anc attractive new stock at prices that are beyond the whisper of competition. See what we can do for you thi3 first wcolc of March. H5 pieces Moraine Silks at 12Kc yd, were 2rc. , !,,. iVnnl nimlHns. dark nattcrns ut l'Jjc, worth 2.rc. 15 pieces 10-inch Henriettas at lSc, regular price 'Joe yd. 12 pieces Kino Lustre Mohair buit ings at :!'Je yd. tegular 50...

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

wnvm Vf h,v i 1 t t ;'. I 1 M 'i MARIETTA ADER. ss VOL. III. NO. 60 MARIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1897. PRICK ONE CENT yfw?$&m&fr DALLY LE IV 13 in GEN. GARCIA Defeats a Spanish Column Near Manzanillo. Moro Than One Thousand Spaniards Loft, Doad on tho Field. HotnnltMlrr of tho Troop, Dlsperaod In Grunt Disorder Tho Hjunl.li Com. luanilor, Oon Vara del Kay, Hiv- rowly Kacaprs Cunture. New Yokk, March 8. A special dis patch to tho bun from Manzanillo, Lou runry 27, via Havana, says: Tho Span ish column of Gen Vara del Rev, 2.000 raon strong, was defeated and dlspers cd two days ago by tho Cuban forces under command of Gen. Callxto Garcia. Moro than 1,000 Spaniards wcro loft dead on tho estate Costomaila, and the remaining1 part of tho column entered Manzanillo in tho greatest dis order, proving how serious tho defeat was. In splto of tho art of snatching vic tory from defeat, in which the Spanish official's' reports so greatly excel, Gen. Vara del Hey is obliged to confes...

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. — 9 March 1897

ff ,,01,1 ,,, ! .. V" I i?. , $ALS SA, M H IMv f tr ip ? - H ,,. ii ,$' ) ." w- S ;J ; n . IV ' f, h m i 'At ! n r i ; w I B MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1831. OKonan M. COOKK, JOHN W. LANSLBY, EDITOK, ASSOCI.VTU. rubllshea every day except Sunday, nt the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TKLEl'HOXn No. Wo will consider It a groat favor if subocrlbors will report any failure to eot tholr Loader, or any caroleas noss on tho part of the carrlor. Suuncrlbors will plonso not pay tho carrlors unlus3 tnn carrier punchos hla crodlt tag In subscribe or's presence. ANNOi'xci:ii:.VTs. rou memdeu or boaiid ok education. Ed. Lkadeii I'kaso announce the name of Georse II. Kyssen, of llnrraar 1'reclnct. as n candidate for Member of tho Hoard of Ldnc.v tlonof Marietta City Kchool Dlstilct. VOTERS. l-Oll MAHSHAI. Mb. Editoh l'leaso say that James I'arllu, ni.iv Kf.rvimr hla iirwt tirm aa Marshal of Mall- etta, has performed the services of said offlco with such faithfulness ...

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

"Vi , fct 99 Sf'r"t -r vp,r r. ii IK. I Doilii The fact that price k a great factor in moving poods. Wo' vi made pi ices during tln last month that would scare most hoe men to death, but by ho doing we've go! Ion rid of hosts of last year's goods and hnvo made room for our immense spring stock of lino now coming. We'll show you tho slickest lines of stylish footwear we've ever carried and and our prices won't bo touched. Watch our windows. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER TUESDAY, MARCH 0, 1807. BURGLARY AT BEVERLY. Stnro and Snlnnn llrnkcn Into nml ltnlilicil I'riilny Night. Friday night, ut llcvorly, tho storo o W. R. Tuclcor and tho saloon of Goorgo Wnlltcr woro entered by burg lars and robbed of a considerable quan tity of goods, part of tho swag being several gallons of whiskey. Marshal P. s! Ueobo and W. T. Honry arrived hero Sunday morning in a shift in pur suit of somo yonng men supposed to be tho thioves. While here they learned that a suspicious looking "johnboat" had passed doAv...

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

' K ! : U (1i I ' Vi . M J 1 t 3 j-j i if ON THE The old Anglo-Saxon called tho month upon which wo outer "Hiycl . t. ...i.tnli 1.. Intnrnrntatlon means storm mouth, Under tho old Roman way of reckoning this was the flrBt month ot the year, ana u" . .,,. i cnninn,i until 17R2. Thorc is just two things about March which may be unialiincriy prcuiuu.-" "" " is bad weather from tho Siffnal Service. .i i. -,.,i 1 nm 1IAUGAINS from us. Wo proposo to let tho winds do tho Mowing auu wo u n'" Bargains fir is Wnfc Moraino Silks at 12c a yd the greatest values ever given in this class of goods. Onlv a few pieces left. Wide wool challies, dark colors, at 12Kc is not duplicated. ISS-inch fine mohair lustre at o3e, a real 50c goods. lilaek novolties at ISc to $1 25 a yd the greatest values in the city. Fine black ground satincs at 10c a yd is a splendid bargain. Should be Me. 40 pieces to choose from, assorted colored figures. Eiderdown for children's and infants cloaks at 20 and 23c a yd., worth...

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. — 10 March 1897

w&ifiw&wmfr4 a " v , '- MARIE 1)A1JL LEADER, VOL. III. NO. 01 MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MABCH 1.0, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT TTA ' IV THE REPORT Of tho Lexow Trust Investigat ing Committee. No Special Drive Is Made Against Any Individual Trust. All Combine, Investigated Aro Troatcd Allko ThCHO Trusts KrRiilatn Trntlc, Suppros, Competition, Control tho Output and Dictate tho I'rlccs. Al.HANY, N. Y., March 9. Tho re port of the koxow trust investigating committee will bo presented to tho senato Tuesday. It contains about 10,000 words. Tho testimony taken be faro tho committee is reviewed at length and while no special drivo is made against any individual trust, the committoo treats all of tho combines investigated alike. They found that theso combinations to re strict tho necessaries do exist, and that tho aggregations of capital which have been formed wero organized in nearly every instance for tho pur pose of regulating trade, sup pressing competition, controlling tho output 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. — 10 March 1897

fl r-frTiWn-W5TTTBTOWl7a t 75 y 7 'ilT, rvipr v ,i lv.f- P-V,J' I I-i &wmiwmw&$ , I; . m 54 K l ft, K . I1 ? u I. IN Ml lu ;i MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Established 1881. GEOIUJE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLBY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TEr.Kriiojin No. a. Wo will consldorltnGroat favor if subscribers will roport any failure to eot tholr Loader, or any careless noss on tho part of tho carrlor- Subscribers will plooso not pay tho carrlors unless tho carrlor punches his crodlt tag In ouascrio or's presence. . ANMIUNCJJMEST. roil MEMUEtt OK KOAHD Of EDUCATION. Ed. LEADEii-Fleaso announce the name of Georce 11. 1'.yssen, or Ilnrmar l'reclnct. as a candidate for Memberof tho Hoard of hutica- t Inn or Marietta iuy bciiuui iran" VOTCHfl. l-OIt MAKS1IAI. Mis. EDiToit-l'lease say that .lame I'ajllii, now serving his llrst term as Marshal of Mari etta, has performed thu Forvices or ofi ce with such faithfuln...

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. — 10 March 1897

fl w Riee's Beaiitifiil "Evangeline," Aitditorinm, Thursday, March 11th, 71 fpBWRfl No MM &" Tlio fact' that price is a great factor in moving goods. We've mad-.' prices during the last, month that would Rcnro mopt slioo men to dealli, but by so doing we've gotten rid of hosts of last year's goods and have mado room for our immense spring QjUne0 stock of fine OiWBfc now coming. We'll show you the slickest lines of stylish ibotw.ear we've ever carried and and our prices won't bo touched. Watch our windows. 159 The Man Who rides one of our wheels can ride with the assurance that he is on a wheel of reputable make, wo having practically the pick of the market; and furthermore, that should ho moot with acci dent, ho will i;ot the best and earliest attention of repair by men who know their business thoroughly. We aro the largest doalera by a good many odds, and can give you a most complete stool: from whiclrto select. We have them on the floor, and can wrap one or moro up for you whi...

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. — 10 March 1897

" "r '' '-fi. 1 w iv IM, u M 14 m V 1 I! 3 i pi F. 1 i I! lh t?' MARCH! ON THE The old Anglo-Saxon called the ii. i.lV, ...n i.ntnr "HIVU Monnth," which by Interpretation moans storm month, Under the old Roman way of reckoning this was tno first month of the year, and continued to bo so in England until 1753. 1 hero is just two things about March which may bo unfailingly prcdietod-tlio first is bad weather from the Signal .Service, and the second is 11IG BARGAINS from us. We propose to let tho winds do the blowing and wo do tho selling. Bargains for is Wt Moraine Silks at 12c a yd-the greatest values ever given in this class 6f goods. Only a fsw pieces left. Wide wool ehallies, dark colors, at 12J4C is not duplicated. US-inch flno mohair lustre at .J.jc. a real 50c goods. ISIack novelties at lSe to $1 2.j a yd the greatest values in the city. Fine black ground satinos at 10a ti yd is a splendid bargain. Should be inc. 40 pieces to choose from, assorted colored ligurcs. , Eiderdown f...

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. — 11 March 1897

fffyF-'wjifri-it -ri frS'T .!- MARIETTA DA1I, LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 02 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1897. PRIDE ONE CENT fl" THE PILLAGING Of the Houses of Christians Still Going on in Crete. The Greek Vice-Consul, With Staff, Leaves tho Island for Greece. Four Hundred Moslems Klllod In tho Vil lages In tho Vicinity of Sltla Ilussla Determined to Coerco (Irocco Tho .Tight at Akrotlrl Is Kndod. Athens, March 10. Tho reply o) tho Greek government to the ultima tum of tho powers having been de livered to tho foreign representative! here, preparations for hostilities be tween Grecco and Turkey, which arc apparently inevitable, are being hur ried forward with all possible speed. London, March 10. It was learned in official quarters Tuesday afternoon that there is not tho slightest chance that tho powers will tolerate tho pros enco of tho Greek troops in Canea. Sc soon as tho powers have had time tc exchango vlows on tho subject Greece will bo notified of tho measures which they li...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 11 March 1897

SmW..'t.HiEWM'.W T vrv ' iS-am. i)T T7Vvxur v! Vyi i, .a,. y 7h K i. H 0k m! R? $ Bf5 r1 M b. 0 f 3 I II & I If ? MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTADUSUKDlSSl. . QEOKOE M. COOlCEi JOHN W. LA.N3t.EY, EDITOR, Assooivrn. published every day except Sunday, at, the Leader Building, Putnam Street, and Muskingum Avenue. No.: II. TKLKl'HONn iu. ...in nnnlrler It a KfOBt f aVOr if subscribers will roport any ta luro tocottholrl-ondor.or any careless noss on tho Dart of tho cnrrlor. Subscribers will ploaoo not pay tho onrrlors unioss ."".-"'" ounchos his crodlt tag in auuoui.w- or'o presence ANN'OUNCi:MKN"rs. FOH MEJ1UEU OF I10AHD OP EDUCATION. ED. LKADEit-rieaso .annr " - - ,. 7,ii t'i,E.n. nf IllirillSir riniui... " candidate tor Member oi tne .ion or Marietta City bchool SSK t'orMmbero the;.oard ,, Muca 7T.,,..rMnHnttaCltv School District VUTRKB. l'OIl MA1ISHAI.. spring election. IHLIKou.e Mil Editor: Please annonnce to the voters ho nJeoVe to consider my name o. Monday, the 5th day of April. ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 11 March 1897

p, u " :x "t"r '"i"" vM??'" ' ii fr Rice's Beautiful 'Evangeline," Anditorinm, Thursday, March llth. h I i?. BO MM to" " The fact that price is a great factor in moving goods. We've inndr prices dnrinsrtlio last, moutli that would pcaro most, shoe men to dentil, hut by so doing we've gotten rid of hosts of last, year's goods and have made room for our immense spring Qhooc stock of lino wllUtSb now coming. We'll show you the slickest lines of stylish footwear we've ever carried and and our prices won't bo touched. Watch our windows. The Man Who rides one of our wheels can rido with the assuranco that ho is on a wheel of reputable make, wo having practically tiio pick of the market; and furthermore, that should he meet with acci dent, lie will Ret the best and earliest attention of repair by men who know their business thoroughly. We aro the largest dealers by a good many odds, and can give you a most complete stoclc from which to select' We have them on the iloor, and can wrap ono or...

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. — 11 March 1897

wfRl'!WliiyWilM't'iii " flhw , !. W , tt k-: ? ,,,,!-Stt IS r: fc !; Sj t'.f lj fe m. I M' 5' j t ?S. MARCH I Tho old Anglo-Saxon called the month upon which wo enter ' Hlyu Monntli," which by Interpretation means storm mouth. Under tho old Roman way of reckoning this was the first month of the year, and continued to ho so In England until 1752. There, is just two things about March which may bo unfailingly prcdictcd-tho first is bad weather from the Signal Service. and tho second is MG UAIIGAIS from us. We proposo to let the winds . m i . .I iln rnllin rf do tho blowing ami we ra mu oo.....b. Bargains fir is Wrt: Moralno Sillcs at 12c a ydthe greatest values ever given in this class of goods. Only a few pieces left. Wide wool challies, dark colors, at 12Jc is not duplicated. 38-inch fine mohair lustre at Hjc, a real 50c goods. Mack novelties at ISc to 81 . a yd tho greatest values in the city. Fine black ground satines at 10c a yd is a splendid bargain. Should be 15c. 40 pieces to ...

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