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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 12 March 1897

jw7'P?juiv'm MARIETTA DAilA LEADER VOL. III. NO. 63 MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT WANTS PEACE. Weylor Instructed to End the War at Once. Must Visit Gen. Gomez and Offer to Give Patriots Autonomy. Or If Tlutt l'rnposltlon l"alU Ho Must OITur til Soil tho Inland to tlio Cuban lti'publlo by Order of Spain Stnrl- lln IntolUgoucn If True. Chicago, March 11, A special to the Hecord from I avail a, March 10, says: From information received I cau an nounce positively that Captation. Wcy ley has had orders to seek liomez and otter him "whatever terms aro neces sary to end tho war." Tho details are not known, but it is believed they ex tend all the way from autonomy to the sale o the island to tho Cubans. It is said Spain will grant anything to obtain peace with, honor beforo tho now congress takes hold. This, of course, will bo denied, but it is known positively that it is true. At a ban quet at tho palaco Wednesday night Cion. Wcylcr said publicly tho war would bo o...

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. — 12 March 1897

t -b- rt .. r. T e Bt i II Mr rv 6.1' rr-V i f 1 1 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER EaiAuusiun 18S1. QEOROE M. COOKE, amS' Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and .. i-i ..... A ,-.,,,,, a MUSKIUH"'" .ni...'". TKLEMIOSEi N" " Wo will consfdor It n great tnvor if aubsorlbora will report anv tailure toeottholrl.eador.or any careless noss on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will plonso not pay tho carrlors unless thn carr or punchos his credit tot; In subscrlb or's prosonco. . ANNOUNCEMENTS. VOll MEMUEIt OP 110AUI) OF EDUCATION. wn t.paiieii rioase announce the name or SS,Snd tionof Marietta City School Dliulct"VoTERS I'Oll MAI1SHAI. Mit EDiTon l'lease bay that James J'arllij, JSwri Sis nrst term a3 Marshal of Mnrl ettn. has performed tho services of Mid onice with such falthfulnesrf and lmpar tlall J. th at the people Insist that ho be tetalncd In tho onice, and he will be their candjdrito ut the spring election. 1 "K ' EorLh Mil. Editok: Please announce ...

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. — 12 March 1897

"LT T'W fWT-JI hi,". :, w , " " ; " a tw AlG. Fields' Big White Minstrels, Auditorium, March 16th. r 1 11 ling;... Tho fact that price k a great factor in moving goods. We've made prices during the last month that would scare most, shoo men to death, but by so doing we've gotten rid of hosts of last year's goods and have made room for our immense spring Q1nan stock of fine OIIUBb now coming. We'll show vou 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 FRIDAY, MARCH 12,1897. DISTRICT MEETING. Knlghtx or St. (Icorgu Coinmunilcry "Will Assemble In Mnrli'ttn. Tho local organization of tho Knights of St. Georgo will entertain tho meet ing of tho District Commnndcry In this city on May ."1st. Ono of the leading features will bo a prize drill between the Knights of Wheeling, ltenwood, Parkcrsburg, Newark and Sistersville. Thero will also bo a legiinental drill, between the Knights of Marietta, Zan...

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. — 12 March 1897

T'IWJt" fl-"fHyr), I iiiiBiBi i"iTni'riifi iILmi , -,i ii f j mi i npi "i "j'WP'a !WPfly torn ,)mimmtfm iwifwlipf iii'iiiiiiliiiiiiliiiliiiitii''Viijwiiilirtiftf 4. i CTTT-.Tt K3WJI.IH.MM, . Vf "' TTTiT '.p ' Hf&mvwBatm K , Kft Iff LI ij f ;, K W (ft. 'l .ft I ft. iff ;7 4 MARCH! ON THE Tho old Anglo-Saxon called the month upon which we enter II yd Monath," which by interpretation means storm month, Under tho old Roman way ol reckoning this was tho first month of the year, and continued to bo so in England until 1752. rhc.ro is just two things about March which may be unfailingly prcdieted-tho first is bad weather from the Signal Service, and the second is 1110 UARlAIb from us. Wo propose to let the winds do the blowing and wc do the selling. Banis 1' is Wei: Moraine Silks at lSjc ti yd-the greatest values ever given in tills class of goods. Only a few pieces left. Wide wool challies, dails colors, at 12fc, is not duplicated. :JS-inch fine mohair lustre at 83c. it real COc goods...

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. — 13 March 1897

'mettitffammm " M MARIETTA LEADER. m V OL. III. WO. 04 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAJLXA f HE IS DOOMED. Gov. Bradley Denies the Peti tion of Scott Jackson. No Other Power Can Now Save Him From Dying on tho Scaffold. Tho (iovornor Carefully Head tlie Kvl tlonco In tho Cano and Attorney Craw ford' Appeal- IVallliie; May Ho Ke spited or, Sentence Commuted. FltANKroltr, Ky., March 12. Gov. Bradley has refused to show mercy to Scott Jackson, who must hanf on March 20 for Pearl Bryan's murder. The decision of tho governor was made public at 1:15 o'clock Friday af ternoon. Thu entire morning had been spent by him in a careful review of the evidence in tho case, of Attornoy Crawford's appeal and of the law gov erning executions in Kentucky. Tho fact that no decision has yet been made public in Walling's appeal has strengthened tho belief here that clemency may bo shown Walling. This may bo merely a respite, in tho hope of a confession upon tho gallows from tho...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 13 March 1897

' rr"-r--rnii iwii TT ' ',y Ti jl,WPlJ,t f -Ti-PggwwwwipillPWBWi i j iiiiiMiupMwuaiMi mi MiiiaiM -. . -..--, -; .- -"- ':,---r SmmumjmH ;"' ' r-1" t,Vi'' ' 'Tj;! T TiTT" -1 .r.. t. ...,,., .... r..f.. , LI.-", i :r!ffP n it. f w I?'' t i' M V MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1SS1. OKORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSCEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIA.TU. Poblishea every day except. Sunday, at the Leailor Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. SGt.Gl'lIONK No, 3. Wo will coTtstdor It a groat favor if subsorlbars will report any talluro to cot their Loader, or any oaroloss noss on tho part of the bnrrlor. Subscrlbors will pleaso not pay tho carrlors unloss thn carr or punohoa his credit tag In subscrib er's prosonco. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOH MEMHEH OV UOAHD 01' EDUCATION. vn Leadeh I'leaso annomce the name of Georgoll. lessen of llarmar I'loclnct. nsa "indl'date for Member of the oard f Lduc.v tlonof Marietta City School Dls(rlct'V0TKlls. FOU MA11SIIAT. MK. Ewioii-l'lease say that James l'ailli., now wr...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 13 March 1897

C v- X h j ? AL G. Fields' Big White Minstrels, Auditorium, March 16th, r T"r$iipjrW',J ,-WJ(ft'.' ,'VSp?1W?lWl'1! 1 Doitifl & Tho fact that jjrico is a great fiiclor in moving goods. We've made prices during I.Iip Inst month that would pcare most, shoe mqn to death, but by 90 doing wo'vo gotten rid of hosts of lost year's goods and have made room for our immense spring Qhnac stock of fine 3UC& now coming. We'll show vou tho slickest lines of stylish' footwear we've ever carried and and our prices won't be touched. Watch our windows. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY. MARCH 13, I8D7 THE BIG HOP. 'ERSONAL AND LOCAL. EGGED THE PREACHER. 159 . - i What lllti-lilo County Iloyn Hid to Mm vihh a lMrnty. Au exchange says tho Latter Day Saints havo been preaching in tho Camp Run school house, in Ritchio county, for several nights. Last Thursday night while tho nicotine was in progress, suddenly the door Hew open and eggs began to como in so strong that tho blackboard and heats wore wel...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 13 March 1897

J - ' S II m Pt t V ' MARCH! Tho old Anglo-Saxon called the month upon which we enter "Illyd iuonaui, which uy luicipiumnu" rt,f,nna clnptn lrinnt.il. ln(lfil tllO Old Honiau way ot reckoning this was the first month of the year, and coutlnued to uo so in wngiauu umu in Aiimu : ct 4tun il.inrfc nlintit. Mnreh which may bo unfailingly predicted the first Is uaU wcatlicv irom tneoig-nui oertiuc, and tho second is 1UG BARGAINS from us. Wo propose to let tho winds do tho blowing and wo do the soiling1. Moraine StlUs at 12'ifc a yd the greatest values ever given in this class of goods. Onlv a few pieces left. Wide wool challies, dark colors, at lS)4c, is not duplicated. US-inch lino mohair lustre at :13c, a real 50c goods. Mack novelties at ISc to $1 23 a yd the greatest values in the city. "Fine black ground satlnes at 10c a yd is a splendid bargain. Should bo inc. 40 pieces to choose from, assorted colored figures. Eiderdown for children's and infants' cloaks at 20 and 2:!c a yd., wort...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 15 March 1897

EW-iffWpWpW - l MARIETTA. LEADER VGL. III. NO. 05 MARIETTA, OHIO. MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1897. PRICK ONE CENT DAILY LEASE OF LIFE. Walling Respited for Four Days by Gov Bradley. The Governor is of tho Opinion That Scott Jackson Will Mako Soruo Statement llcforn Ills lxrcutlon Tlint Will Throw Mora Light on Wn.1- ling's Connoctlon With Mil llrynn's Murder, hs lie l'roiiiUtHt tu do. FitANUTOiir, Ky., March 13. Gov. Bradley 1ms decided to grant ti brief respite to Alou.o Walling. This determination was finally reached Saturday morning. It is supposed that this action is for tho purpose of solving, if possible, tho mystery that still surrounds tho Pearl llryan murder. Tho governor is of the opinion that Jackson will mako some state ment which may throw more light on Waiting's connection with the mur der. Alonzo Walling, as ho appeared when arrested. It is understood that tho respite is until March 21 or 25, tho exact date not yet having been made public. Alkxandisia, Ky., March IS A re porte...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 15 March 1897

n lid- JiO if I n , i K t Itv 1, . iv & f.'l: ff-t if 'Si V. Iv t ' i i M I If r i ' ,i MAEIETTA. DAILY LEADER ESTADUSnSIl 18S1 CSEOIUJE M. COOKC, JOHN W. I.ANSLEY, KDITOR, ASSOCIATE. rubUshed every day except Sunday, at tho Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. TKLErllONE Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any fa lure toeottholrLoador.or any careless ness on tho part of tho carrier- Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless tho oarr or punches his crodlt tug In i.'-ht-c.m or'o prosonco. ANSOUNCIIMKNTSf. FOU MEMUEll OF BOAIIU OF EDUCATION. vn l.EADKii-Pleaso announce tho name or canaiuaio or im . ri.iit Son of Marietta Ulty School District VOTCHS. l'OIl MARSHA!.. MR EMTOH-I'lense say that James 'f l'j. now serving Is llrst term as Marshal o Marl St0W.h"spMfonnedtho bervlces of said offlce n-lthsuch' wnwulncss and ImPf'M l'n the the people Insist that hoj 'elAlnea '" tne office, and Be will ho tltffr ""& "r k spring elect...

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. — 15 March 1897

i Al. G. Fields' Big White Minstrels, Auditorium, March 16th. ! lo Eon! ting.... Tho fact1 that prico is n great factor in moving goods. We've nladt prices during the last month that would scaro most shoe men to dentil, but by so doing wo'vo gotten rid of hosts of last year's goods and have made room for our immense spring Qhnao stock of lino OIIUBb now coming. We'll show you the slickest lines of stylish footwear we've over carried and and our prices won't be fouched, Watch our windows. 159 The Man MARIETTA DAILY LEADER MONDAY. MARCH 10, IHI7 FIRE ATBRIGGS. Two llni-m Humeri to t)io flrounil Satur- lnj- Night. A Lout seven o'clock Saturday even ing1 two barns owned by Mr. Arthur Cdle, at Jtrlggs, u few miles below tills city, wero entirely consumed by fire. Tho burns stood cloo together, beinfr separated by a narrow driveway only. Tho origin of tho lire Is unknown, but Is believed to liavo been tho work of in coudlarles. Four horses which wore in the barns wore rescued with difficu...

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. — 15 March 1897

jkXJA S3SH93 V V I I t mi m VK I h I m $ s" '- U I J IV jt r t I) ; f V ARCH! ON THE Tho ohl Anglo-Saxon called tlie month upon which wo outer lllyu Monuth," which by Interpretation means storm mouth, Under tho old Roman way o reckoning this was tlio first month of tho year, and continued to bo so in England until 17152. 1 hero is just two things about March which may bo unfailingly prodicted-the first is bad weather from the SITal jswv'ce. and tho second Is 1510 HAIlOAIAb from us. We propose to let tho winds do the blowing and wo do the selling. Ban fir is Wei: Moraino stiim nt. i2Wfu a yd the greatest values ever given in this class of goods. Only a few pieces left. Wide wool ehallies, dark colors, at 12c. is not duplicated. US-inch fine mohair lustre at li.ic, a real 50e goods. Black novelties at 18c to SI 2.' a yd the greatest values in tho city. Fine black ground satiues at 10c a yd is a splendid bargain. Should bo We. 40 pieces to choose from, assorted colored figures. Eiderdo...

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. — 16 March 1897

BHIIIHiPIiBI f$wv& 3 tV, igyw wy tyyt w r1? 7wtTJrvj' . w MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .- MABIETTA, OHIO. TUESDAY, MARCH L6, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT VOL. III. NO. 06 v ' . " . THE POWERS, It i Thought, Are Preparing for the Promised Blockade. Roportcd That tho Italians Shelled the Insurgents at Kissamo Kastelli. Insurgents Continue Their Dombarclmcnt of thoTown of Sptnnlonga Cannonad ing Kept Up for Nearly Three Days Negotiation!) Going On. Canea, March 15. Tho town is full of rumors that tho powors aro about to send troops to tho island, but no of ficial intimation to this offect has been received. Tho beliof prevails among tho foreign ilcot that tho powers have finally decided to mako no reply to tho answer of Greeeo to their idontical note, but to put their threat of a blockade into effect. It is thought that the blockado of Crcto and tho I'inuus will begin Monday. It is stated that tho Italians havo shelled tho insurgents at Kissarao Kastelli, but nothing further can bo learned. A Rus...

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. — 16 March 1897

ICTifffV . ''-. i 1 f 1 -ft- "1 11 V .ft s t" F- liftr v . "9 ty r 1 1 :S ! ' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTADL1SUED 1S31. QEOHQE M. COOKE, JOIINW. LANSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. . Tklkiuione Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any failure to ot tholr Londor. or any. careless noss on tho part of the carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unless tho carr or punches his crodlt tag In subscrib er's prosonco. announcements. roil MEMnEit or uoaiid or education. Ed. LEADCH-Please anuounce tho name of Georce 1!. Eyssen, of Ilarmar Precinct, as a Sfndfdato for Memberof tho I oard of IMuca- Hon of Marietta City School D1,,tlct-VoTKRSi l-OIt MA11SI1AI.. Mb. EDtion-Please say that James J'arllu, now serving Ms first term as Marshal pf Marl ?tta,haspi?formeathU services of a cl ofllco with such faithfulness and Impartiality, that the people Insist that he be retaine...

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. — 16 March 1897

.'r V 7 V V w AJ. Go Fields9 Big White Minstrels, Auditorium., March. 16th. It's Too Bad Wo can't tell you nil about tho pretty things in SHOES That'vo beon coming in daily, but fact is, it would hurt tho feeling of our competitors and that would be unprofessional jou know. Just come in and look' us over and get our pricea and you'll bo con 2 The Man Who rides one of our wheels can ride with tho nssurtinco that he is on a wheel of reputable make, wo having practically tho pick of tho market; and furthermore, that bhould ho moot with acci dent, ho will pet tho best and earliest attention of repair by men who know tholr business thoroughly. We aro tho largest dealers by a pood many odds, and can giyo you a most complete stock from which to select. Wo have them on tho floor, and can wrap one or moro up for you while you wait. Bis Four Cycle CO., 119 Front street. Shirts! Shirts! We Lead Another line of the Up-to-Date patterns in fancy bosoms. Tills viiKY j-atis&t, Others Follow. BL...

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. — 16 March 1897

TVA'.'lf,". 'WW:j.U.lU'U.W.'.tf.iHJHIM. ' l $' - " i V S ? c r- ! ft $oni8 of the Special Good- Things We Offer This Week: NEW SWUNG DRESS GOODS Gl'tN 1NG: Some Novelties, the Latest, and our full stock of llluck Goods In eta mines, plain ami fancy mohair. Itlaclt Satin, Serge, Diagonal and Hem- uttu. The teparate skirls and waist fad continues in vogue. We arc prepared to suppy our trade with the newest fabrics and designs at the very lowest prices: checks, nilstutes, shepherds plaids, grayish pepper and salt mix tures, green, hrovvn, navy and cadet blues and reddish mixtures are suita ble for skirts. Waists in taffeta, mous ilalno and foulard silks. All cotton goods, with dimities leading, precales, lawns, sateens etc. CLOAK DEPARTMENT is full of the now and pretty styles and designs for ladies, misses and children. .Jackets and reefers for children from :5, 4, 5, 0 to 14 years at OSc. $1.25, S1.C0 Sl.US to fci.OS. Canes for ladies and misses at !Sc to $12 00, in plaid, lace and b...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 17 March 1897

ffT'T'w M. JH ,!( .. I X !'. r&. s Ct' 5- V MARIETTA lL.AJLJJi-tiv i VOL. III. NO. 67 MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY ST. L0UIS FIRE. Largest Dry Goods House in the City Destroyed. Loss on Building and Stock Will Ag gregate About a. Million Dollars. Tito UuUclIng n Seven Story Uraulto Structure a Iloap of Uulim Onu Fire man KlUod, and Six Otlior l'arsnns Injured lrlro Under Control. St. Louis, March 10. Firo broko out In tho fourth floor of thu building oc cupied by tho Ely-Walker Dry Hoods Co., south-west corner of Eighth street and Washington avenue, at 8 o'clock Monday evening. Within half an hour tho ilro swept up the elevator shaft and all tho up per floors were ablaze. Every engine in the central district rospouded to a general alarm. The building is seven stories and every floor was filled with merchandise. 'J. ho origin of tho fire is conjectural but is supposed to havo been caused by crossed electric light wires. At nine o'clock tho firo ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 17 March 1897

"', B& f it rilM W ' r i r ti , Iv h V ;.f .... r W fe I MARIETTA. DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1881. QEOKQn M. COOKE,' JOHN W. 1.A.NSLEY, KDITOK, ASSOCIATE. rubllshed eVery day except 8unday, at the Loader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone No. Wo will oonsldorltagroat favor if subscrlbors will report any tailuro togottholrLoador. or any cnroless noss on tho part of tho oarrlor- Subscrlbors will ploaso not pay tho carriers unless thn carrier punchos his crodlt tag In subscrib er's presence ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIt MEMUER OF IIOAKD Or EDUCATION. Eo. LEADER-Pleaso announce the name of Gcoree Jl. Eyssen, of Mannar J'reclnct. as a canafdiitc I for Member of the Iloard of Educa tion of Marietta City School District. FOR MARSHAL. MK. EDiTou-l'leaso say that James l'arllij, ....i.... hie fiia tntni n Marnhal of Mari etta, has performed the services of aald office with such faithfulness and Impartiality, that the people insist mat mm re"". i, ... offlce, and ho will be thei...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 17 March 1897

Wlpffvi It's Too Bad Wo cim't toll you nil about the pretty things in SHOE That'vc beop coming in daily, but i'ncl i, it would hurt the feelings of our competitors and that would bo unprofessional jou know. Just como in and look us over and get our prices and you'll bo con vinced. The Man Who rides one of our wheels can rldo with the assurance that he is ou a wheel of reputable make, we having practically the pick of the market; and furthermore, that bhould ho meet with acci dent, ho 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 stock from which to select. Wo have them on the lloor, and can wrap one or moro up for you while you wait Bis Four Cycle CO,, 119 Front street. Shirts! "We Lead Shirts! t Another line of the Up-to-Date patterns in fancy bosoms. Till: VERY LATEST. Others Follow. HATS. HATS We Lead Nearly a month ago ue called your at tention to the ...

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. — 17 March 1897

im ypiBPniB PTJ J? JFS ( iBv r' IBkrt s &L if 1 l?M I HT 8 ft IP E Ifi $ ! i !'- p : 1 " I 1 J t M m job Somo of the Special Good Things We Offer This Week: NEW Sl'llING DUESS GOODS OI'UN INO: Some Novelties, thu Latest, and our full stock o UlacU Goods m eta mincs, plain ami fancy muhulr. HI at it Satin, Scpgc, Diagonal and Henriotta. The separate skirts und waist fad continues in vogue. Wo are picparcd to sunny our trade with the newest fabrics and designs at the very lowest prices: checks, mixtuies, shepherds plaids, grayish pepper and salt mix tures, green, brown, navy and cadet blues and reddish mixtures are suita ble for skirts. Waists in taiteta, moiis ilaino and foulard silks. All cotton goods, with dimities leading, precales, lawns, sateens etc CLOAK DEPARTMENT is full of the new and pretty styles and designs for ladies, misses nnd children. Jackets and reefers for children from y, 4, 5, 0 toll vears at Use, $1.25, 51.50. S1.0S to S2.0S. Canes for ladies and misses at O...

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