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

A I MARIETTA DAJiY LEADER r3i VOL. III. NO. 68 MARIETTA, OHIO. THURSDAY, MARCH IS, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT FITZSIMMONS Was Too Clever and Shifty for Pompadour Jim. At Last an American Fighter Forced to Lower His Colors. is Corbett, the Form of Champion, At tor a Good Fight, Was Knocked Out ly Lanky Hob In tho Fonrtocnth Cor bett Is Still a Warm Favorite Carson, March 17. All preliminary arrangements for tho Corbctt-Fltzsim-mons light, with tho exception of tho rather unimportant position of master of ceremonies, wero harmoniously settled by midnight Tuesday. Thoro was something of a wranglo about tho gloves which wore taken out of Stu art's safe. Martin Julian, as usual, started tho preliminaries by objecting to tho rough manner in which tho scams were sowed on Corbott's gloves. Brady, not to bo outdone, took exception to tho workmanship of Fitzsimmons' gloves. After a lit tlo sparring both managers cooled down and tho gloves wcro accepted and returned to tho safe in Stuart's ofllec, w...

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 March 1897

wpgawEww tt-i?rv .J-jB.n"!' ,V rv A K 4 ' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTADUnED 1S81. GEORQE M. COOKE, JOHNW. LANSLEY, , EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Musltlngum Avenue. Telephone No. Wo will oonoldor It n great tavor if subscrlbors will report any failure to cottholr Lender, or any caroless nos3 on the Dart of tho cnrrlor- Subscrlbors will please not pay tho carriers unloss thn carrlor punches his crodlt tag In subscrib er's prosonco. ANOUN0U HUNTS. I-OIt MKMI1EK OF I10A1CU Or EDUCATION. Ed. Lkadeu Please announce tho name or Geoiuo 11. Eysen, of Ilarmar Tieclnct. as a candidate rorMembo rot the Hoard of Laura tlonof Marietta City School District. Voters. I-OIt MAHS1IAL. Mk. Editoii I'lease say that James l'arlln, nw cnwini' hia first term as Marshal of alnrl ...tn l.nQ ,iArfni ,nttl thn nerlceH of fiald otneo with such faithfulness and Impartiality, that the people Insist that lw bo retained in the office, and ho will be ...

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 March 1897

WfHftr" 'i",'V"fwi sV4M''svffW''W.i1 s ' ; ' T It's Too Bad Wo can't el you all about tlio pretty things in That'vo been criming in daily, but i'nct is, it would hurt tho feelings of our competitors and that would bo unprofessional j ou know. Just come in and look us over and get our prices and you'll bo con-, vinced. 0 159 The Man MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1807 .LET THE BELLS RING i Tor llu- ljiuiirliliiBof tliuflnlliint Giinlioiit Mnrlctln. Today on thb far uwny const of tlio Pacific ocean will occur tlio launching of tho now U. Si gunboat Marlotta and her sister craft Wheeling. At 1S:U p. in., standard time, Mrs. Maria Morgan Mooro, of Santa Barbara, Cal., vlll break ovor tho bows of tho Marietta tho traditional bottlo of wine. At this instant, which has been c.iro fully computed by President I'ollott, of tho Hoard of Tiade, it Is expected that tho bells of the city will be ruuir in honor of tho event. The signal will be given by tho Are bell and it will give expr...

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 March 1897

ST.'SiL Ti, - Y'MP'V' v VV n Si" iraw luun rbi Soins of. the Special Sood Things We Offer This Week: NEW SPUING I1KESS GOODS OI'I.N INGl-Somo Novelties, the Latest, and our full stock o Hlack Goods in eta mines, plain and fancy mohair. Hlock Satin, sW, Diagonal and "ewj"j The separate skirts and waist fad continues in vogue. We are piepared to suppy our trade with the newest fabrics and designs at the very lowest prices: checks, mixtu.es h Jopherds plaids, grayish pepper and salt mix tures, green, brown, navy and cadet blues and reddish mixtures are suita ble for skirt.. Waists n tnffotn, moos ilaino and foulard silks. All cotton goods, with dimities leading, prccales, lawns, sateens etc. CLOAK DEPARTMENT is full of. the new and pretty styles and designs for ladiei, misses and cniiuren misses and beaded trimmings, blue and tan. black, green, CORSETS Wc are offering the regu lar G3e value at 89c; the $l.S5 value at O'Jc, and the best corset on the market, .i... i,iit,nn nt. SI 50. S-...

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 March 1897

ir . MARIETTA BALL LEADER. VOL. HI. NO. 69 MABJETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT " B . CASTAWAYS. The French Steamship Ville de Saint Nazaire Founders. Out of 82 Persons on Board Onlj Four Known to Bo Saved. JFor Biz Days and Nlchts n lloat Load ol 1'oople Sailor for I'ood and Water Mnnjr of Thorn do Ilnvlne Mad Noarly Tno Scoro IJlc. New York, March 18. Tho French lino steamship Vlllo do St. Nazaire, Capt. Jacqucna, which sailed from this port on March Oth bound for tho Wost Indies, foundered at sea. Of hor 82 passengers and crow only four arc known to bo saved. Thoso orrivod hero Wednesday on tho schoonor Hilda, after a week's drifting about tho At lantic in nn open boat, during which :14 of tho 38 occupants wont mad or died of starvation. Tho saved are: Berry, inspector oi tho Campagno Generate Trans-Atlnn-tiquc; Maire, tho ship's doctor; Stauts, third engineer, and Tagado, a San Do mingan. Among tho lost are: D' Andrews, first lieutenant; Hcbert, second lioutena...

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 March 1897

v s n I I-. M i & I'M' i . i f - ; r.. r MARIETTA DAILY LEADER E8TABUSUKD18S1. GEOKOU M. COOKE, JOHN W, LANSLEY, editor, associate. Published every uny except -Sunday, nt the Leader Ilulldlng, PutnAin Street and Muskingum Avenue No. TELKruoNn Wo will conoldor It a groat tavor if subscribers will roport anv tallurff to cot their Loader, or any careless noss on tho part of the carrlur. Subscribers will pleasct not pay tho carriers unless the onrrer punches niscreau ie - or's presonco. annousci:hi:nt.. FOlt MEMBEIl OP BOARD Ol' EDUCATION. Pn T.KAPEU Please announce the- name or fiSScell "wssen of Ilurmar l'reclnct. as a Slue ffr MSnter of the lUmra of Educa tion of Marietta Utj- School Distrlct FOll MAUSI1AL. MB. KDiTon-l'lease pay that James J'arlhj. now ervlnK lUs mst ternxasS Mshal o . Ml. with such1 fanhtulne aurt Impartial 5 that the people msisv mm. '-Y,Yr,, iv ,Sn office, and he will be their canil Idiito : at th spring election. 'liir. ifcol lk. Mr. 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. — 19 March 1897

w"W!liW'5"Wr l It's Too'Bad Wo can't toll you nil about the pretty things in ? jr Jft J That'vo been coming in daily, but fnct is, it would hurt tho feelings of our competitors nnd thnt would bo unprofessional jou know. ' Just como in and look us over and get our prices and you'll be con vinced. The Man Who rides one of our wheels can ride with tho assurance that ho is on a wheel of reputable make, wo having practically tho pick of tho market; and furthermore, that should he meet with acci dent, ho will pot tho best and earliest attontion of repair by men who know thoir business thoroughly. We are the largest dealers by a good many odds, and can give you a most complete stock from which to select. We have them on tho floor, and can wrap ono or more up for you while you wait. Bis Four Cycle CO., 119 Front street. Shirts! Shirts! We Lead Another line of the Up-to-Datc patterns in fancy bosoms. THE VERY LATEST. Others Follow. HATS. HATS We Lead v Nearly a month ago we called your at te...

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

wTrre!xrsxrrw-m -.;.-. '.,m rt ''-FTTf 11 fv -" sj-jr 51 , .ft,' ., , V M' V Sfi! IvR - IT IS ft L'Hi ll'S H&oms of the Special Good Things We Offer This Week: NEW SPKINO DRESS GOODSOL'EN 1NG: Sorao Novelties, the Latest, anil our full stock of Hlack Goods In ota rnlnes, plain and fancy mo hair. Black Satin Serce, U agonal and Henrietta. The septate skirts and waist fad continues in vogue. We arc prepared ?o suppy our trade with the newest fabric and desiKns at the very lowest prices: checks, mlstu.es, shepherds plaids, grayish pepper and salt mis turos, green, brown, navy and cadet blues and reddish mixtures are suita ble for skirt. Waists in taftcta, mous 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 and children. Jackets and reefers for children from 15, 4. 5, 0 to 14 years at -JSc, SI. 25, l.o0 . S1.0S to S2.0S. Canes for ladies and misses a...

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

- ir;;-. ',( ' K I rA MlttlJrTA ILY LEADE LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 70 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT JLt-jJLLiY FLOOD OF 1883 May Bo Duplicated in the Mis sissippi Valley. Tho River in Places Only 1.0 Feot Below tho High-Water Mark. Southwestern Missouri and Northern Ar kansas Overflowed Many Lives Ite ported Lost Memphis Bonding Oat Boats to Ilesoao the l'ooplc. St. Louis, March 19. Alarming1 re ports of a constant Increase in tho volume of water in tho lower rivers aro received here. Rain lias fallen over a largo (section of tho lowor Mis sissippi basin for 24 hours, and at many points where levees hold back tho flood by only a few inches margin there will surely bo disastrous breaks. At Cairo, 111., Thursday noon tho rivers were only 1.0 feot below tho high water mark of 1883. Tho lovcos around tho large drainngo district north of that city still hold, but were in dangor. Should they give way Cairo would become an island, with 4""v railway tracks tho only b...

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. — 20 March 1897

wvWtwpiw win im unii MKHHimmtm im i if Mpyrprwrff ' 73iyyTiir"y "Hsyrwjsy ir M 7- "75? 71 - .' c T . ' y. - . t . - t 1 ' ,-!- 7 - " iW MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1881 GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LA.NSL.EY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. mulshed every day except Sunday, at the Leafier Building, Putnam Street ana Muskingum Avenue. No. TKT.EPIIONn Wo will consldor It a groat tavor if subscribers will report any fa luro to sot tholr Leader, or any cnroless noso on the oart of the carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unions the carrier punches his credit tog In subscrlb or's prosonco. announci:ui:nts. FOIl MBMUEIl Of BOAltU Of EDUCATION t r a npii Please announce the name oi tlonof Marietta City School Dl9tr,c,0TESf roil MATtSHAl.. mo rniTnii Please Bay that James Paillii, jib. Editor: Please announce to tho voters of Marietta City that I will be an applicant for the i Job i of City Marshal, and I should like SSoeople to consider my naon Monday, the 5th day of April, lb97, and ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 20 March 1897

mmmi i i inn ii 111 i i nil. i i iiiwwwijiwhiiiiiii j i hiiiiii ,iiiuijii.Miij,uiji.iiiiiaiiiiu,no,uij.uiJi.iiii,. mpfppp " It's Too Bad Wo can't toll you nil about the pretty things in SHOES Tlmt'vo been criming in daily, but i'ot is, it would hurt tho feelings of our competitors and that would be' unprofessional jou know. Just come in and look us over and get our prices and you'll bo convinced. . 159 The Man Who rides one of our wheels can ride with tho assurance thai he Is on a wheel of reputable make, we having practically tho pick the market; and furthcrmdj that bhould ho meet with .. dent, he will Ret tho best and earliest attention of repair by men who know their business thorniifhlr. "f We are the largest dealers by a good many odds, and can give you a most complete stock from which to select. We have them on the floor, and can wrap one or more up for you while you wait Big Four Cycle CO., 119 Front street. Shirts! "We Lead Shirts! Another line of the Up-to-Dntc patterns in ...

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 March 1897

"J," i. W' ' wwi;?, r: r ,'" t ,.' VV '" V :'t L'" K- I'' 1 I ft r r i ! p- 4 LUM IS. v i I'.A rt ? Some of the Special Good Things Wo Offer This Week: NEW SPUING DRESS GOODS OPEN ING: Soino Novelties, the Latest, and our full stoclc of Black Goods in fa mines, plain and fancy mohair. Black Satin, Serpe, Diagonal and Henrietta. The separate skirts and waist fad continues in vogue. We are prepared to suppy 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 taffeta, mous ilaine and foulard silks. All cotton goods, with dimities lending, precales, lawns, sateens etc. CLOAK DEPARTMENT is full of the new and pretty styles and designs for ladies, misses and children. .Jackets and reefers for children from : 4, B, C to 11 years at OSe, 81.25, 61.60. SI. US to S2.US. Canes for ladies ami misses at OSe to $12....

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 March 1897

iPPJSlppfvwwM ,vfWv ;rn-4wjW.'Mii"rr''f ", '" c ' 'fi -LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 71 MARIETTA, OHIO, jrOXDAY, MARCH 22, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT MARIETTA. til BOTH EXECUTED Pearl Bryan's Murderers Die on the Scaffold. Jackson Msdo an Unsuccessful Effort to Savo Walling.' Iln Could Not Convince tho Cototnor of Alouzoa Jnuooeuco Nelttiur Alatlu n CunfrftQluii on tho Sciffolil TJio Culprits Stnnclctl to Do nth. Nnwi-oiiT, Ky., March 20. Jackson nnd Walling wero tit 7:1)3 Saturday morning ordered to prepare them selves for the last. Kov. Leo prayed with them and they Ming three hymns: "The Sweet 1S- and Ily," Waiting's fa vorite; "God 'lie Willi You Till Wo Meet Again," und '"L'ho Ilulf Was, Never Told." Then the preacher ollered .-mother prayer. Scott Jackson, as he Appeared During His Trial. Turnkey Fred Maurer, of tho Cov ington jail, sent a message to Walling from Miss Emma Roberts. It was: "Dio game." lie said that ho would. Walling then made a touching appeal that ho bo permitted to see Ma...

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 March 1897

v - r K p ils I I t ; JJv. 11 rf if V hil ft 'I I- f 73T J MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1SS1. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLEY, EDITOU, ASSOCIATE. rubllsned every day excert Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Aveuuo. No. 3 TKLENIOXn Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will roport any failure to Hot their Loador.ornny caeioss nosa on tho oart of the carrier Subscribers will plonso not pay tho carriers unless tho carrier punchos his credit tog In subscrib er's prosonco. announce u:nt. FOIl MEMDF.Il Or 110 MID OF EDUCATION. vn T.rADF.it Please anuouuee the name of tlonof Marietta Lily fcchool Dlstrlct-VoTKBS- FOn MAllStlAL Mit. KMToH-IMeasH ay that JaiuVJ'?F '',! nnw iervinir his Urst term nsMavehul o Mnil ?tii has TOrforrned tliii services of -said offlcti 5?Uh 3Sratae.s and Impattlallty. that tnepeoplu Insist that he be leVJined "J f! office, and ho will be their candidate ,t the MH. Editor Please announce to the mors ol Marietta City that I...

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 March 1897

Ai Ij? . . . If we have more , Pretty Shoes in all colors than over be fore und peop'e know they have to como to us to bo Properly Shod It ain't because wo the right stuff at the havo Right PriGes Is it? The Man Who rides.one of our wheels can ride with the assurance that ho is on a wheel of reputable make, wo having practically tho pick of the market; and furthermore, that should ho moot with acci dent, ho will pet 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. We have them on tho iloor, nnd can wrap one or moro up for you while you wait. Big Fbi Cycle CO., 119 Front street. Henry Ration's Platform ot Principles. v A nlatioim ot principles that places our pie emlnenco and proves onr success. riltST To continue in future as In the past To never abuse the conlldence of the public. SECOND No puftlng or blowing: we prac tice no deceptions, 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. — 22 March 1897

w - ,4nMfi&,iH "J-7S :,? i ' v wT-'-'fKXffla tj 1H -?. i't 1 ft r h R IW a! r C K I mmi BBMi we Somo of tho Special Good- Tilings Wo Offer This Week: NEW SWUNG MIESS GOODS OI'EN INU: Somu Novelties, the Latest, nnd our full stock of UlncU Goods in ota mines, plain anil fancy inolmir. Mack Satin, Serffe, Diagonal am Henr otta. The separate shirts and waist fail continues in vogue. We are prepared to suppy our trade with tho newest fabrics and designs at tho very lowest prices: checks, mixtutcb, shepherds plaids, grayish pepper and salt mix tures, green, brown, navy and cadet blues and reddish mixtures arc suita ble for skirts. Waists in taffeta, mous ilaino and foulard silks. All cotton goods, with dimities lending, prccales lawns, sateens etc. CLOAK DEPARTMENT is full of the new and pretty styles and designs for ladies, misses and children. Jackets and renters for children from :i, -1, fl, 0 to l-l years at OSe, $1.25, 61. 0 S1.0S to S2.US. Canes for ladies and misses at 'JSc to...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 23 March 1897

TH- . '. AV "" ,. i "V v ';fl JE ' Si.' DAILY jpj,- tf VOL. III. NO. 72 MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, MAECH 23, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT MARIETTA u.e IV r THE LEVEES At Many Points on the Missis sippi Give Way. Work on Levea Barriers in Arkansas Practically Abandoned. Disheartening Ueports Comes from tbo Iowa and Dakota Valleys Ouvorntnent llelay lloats llusy Thore Aro Hu mors of Great Loss of Life. St. Louts, March 22. Latest advices from the Hooded country south of hero state that tho nltuation is hourly grow ing worse. Walls of water, havo beat on down the levees at many points and riparian dwellers aro at tho mercy of tho flood. Out of .33 telegrams re ceived here from tho lower river but one records a cessation of ho rise. This was from Cairo, 111., but the halt of tho flood there is duo to tho breaks in tho lev ees in Kentucky and Missouri. Tho most disheartening intelligence comes from tho Iowa and Dakota valleys of the Missouri river. Warm weather has turned tho guow to water, which ...

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. — 23 March 1897

n "rwwWfirywvW 'J""1"!" Y"eiJJ'",,BM? WiHSIMHSl,1 " '-- " WMW 9- wi; r oTTT i :.jr w, Kl l!i i i i. 1 r "MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1SS1. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOIINVM.ANSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Musklngnm Avenue. Tni-UNIONE No. 3. Wo will conoldor It a groat favor if subscribers will ropcrt any failure to cot their Loador. or any carolB3S nos3 on tho cart of tho carrlor. Subscribers will ploaco not pay tho carriers unless tho carror punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. a'n'ounci:iii:ni"!. koh a law eu or no.vui) of miucation. rn leaden Plcae announce tho name of Georce II. LvUen. of llarniar l'reclnci ;. as a SinUldate for Member of tho lloaid of Educa tion of Marietta City School Dlsttlct'VoTFI,s, roil MAiisnAi.. M... EDiTOH-PleMe W ttoj mes milii. now nerving ni9 nrsi icrm ui ,..."... ... --,-- etta, hasiKrforraed tho wrvlces of i sa Id office with such faithfulness and Impattlaiuj t hat. t...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 23 March 1897

K I'.. And fill? II' we have morn Pretty Shoes in all colon tlmn over be Core inul peop e know they have to come to us to bo Properly Shod It ain't because we have the right stuff at the . . . . Right PriGes Is it? The Man Who rides one of our wheels can ride with the assurance that ho is on a wheel of reputable make, wo having practically tho pick of the market; and furthermore, that bhoulil he incot with acci dent, he will pet tho best and earliest attention of repair by men who know their business thoroughly. , We are tho largest dealers by a crocd marly odds, and can give you a most complete stock from which to select. We hnvo them on the floor, and can wrap one or moro up for you while you wait. Big Fmr Cycle GO,, 119 Front street. Henry Rauch's Platform ol Principles. A platlorni or principles that places our pre eminence and proves onr success I''II5ST Tocontlnno In future as In the past To never abase the conlldence of tho public. SliCOND No puffing or blowlnc; we prac tice ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 23 March 1897

MP,' ") ' ' ' 1- v V y- 't l.t 'J h fc, i HP m CONDENSED 'NEWb ItEMI Some of the Special Good Things Wo Offer This Week: NPW SPUING PRESS GOODS OI'KN-INQ'-Somo Novelties, the Latest, and our full stock of IHack Goods In eta mincs, plain and fancy molia lr. lUnclc fabrics and designs at the very lowest SS" acheeUS.K .nUtu.es shepherds plants. B'' ' '" and cadet b uesd reddisir mixtures are sulta ble for sldrts. Waists In taffeta mpus ilaiuo and foulard silks. All cotton 'il,vltl, dimities leading, prccales, lawns, sateens etc. CLOAIC DEl'AttTMBXT is full of the new and pretty style, and designs fnr ladle misses iukI children. acUeVsand roofer, for ch Udren from iVrut to moo. in plaW. ace aud beaded trimming: blue and tan. black, green, CORSETS-We aru offering the regu lar 05c value at Me; the 61.25 value at 09c. and the best corset on the "narket, the Kle::ibone at SI no. 83.00 and t2.50. AVo solicit a call and an examination f our offerings. CLOTHING Department is showing up in grea...

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