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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 30 March 1897

V 1 VOL. III. NO. 7S MARIETTA, OHIO. TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. THE SITUATION In Greece Is Reported to Be Ex tremely Grave. War Inevitable If the King Recalls His Army From Crote. Cretans nnd Greeks Itoaril a Stenmer nntl Ovarium tlio Crow Tim Kntlro Cargo Cou-ilstinp; of Suppllen for tlio Turks unit Combined Powers Jettisoned. London, March 29. Tho Graphic Monday fives prominence to a state ment which it claims to havo received from an unquestionable source, to tho effect that tlio Greek situation is ex tremely grave. It bays that with tho departure of Crown Princo Constantino from Athens to take command of tho troops in Thcssaly, tlio die seems to havo been cast. War would have been inevitable if Greece recalled her army. It would march to Athens and dethrone the king1. Tlio most ser ious olement of the situation is tho un doubted fact, dcipito denials, that the concert .of tlio powers is no longer solid. There has not been an actual rupture but...

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. — 30 March 1897

fW(WfWwt'S5RiS?Ij?TTYn' 'V vr'' '- r "nr e X l i h,r i' fef i H fc Hi re .'..l i "MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSUBD 1S9I. OEORQU M. COOKE, JOHN W. Ij.VNStEY, UDITOIt, ASSOCI.VTU. Published overy day except SunJaj. nt tlio Leader Building, Putn.tm Street and Muskingum Avenue. TKLr.riiosu No. Wo will consldor It agroat tnvor if subscribers will report any tailuro to cot tholr Loader, or any careless n oss on the part of the carrier Subscribers will ploase not pay tho carriers unless thn carrlor punches his credit tag In subscrib er's prosonco. TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1897. CITY AFFAIRS- oiiio mvKit liiunoi:. Wishing- to show that Marietta hnd not lost interest in the bridge, Mr. Hathaway recently wrote Mr. Felkcl, Engineer In charge, a. letter. An an swer dated March 'Jotli, has been re ceived. Mr. FclUel says: "Your favor is received and Marietta is indebted to you for the interest yon are taking in the proposed Ohio IUver llridge." "A brldgeof thatmagnltude is a pub lic institution and a ...

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. — 30 March 1897

Al. G. Field's "DARKEST AMERICA," Auditorium, Thursday April 1st. Force of Argument Flowery discourse and elo quent ttorunco will 'win dis ciples nnd chunge men's convic tions, but events must, provo the soundness of the argument, or else tho followers will find that they are chasing a "will o' the wisp" and ceaso the pursuit Wo believe in i through theso channels to con vince you that dealing with us would bo profitable to you. Wo want to induce peoplo who do not use our shoes to give them a trial. Our shoes will provo tho sound ness of our argument. No "ignis fatuus," or, in plainer words, no "pig in the poke" business. Svring beauties in abundance. argument (59 Some People Keep Wheels Others Sell Them. Wo tip the latter. That is why "tho galled jade winces." If you are thinking of buying a bi cycle, do not fail to call and see our line, which is largest ami most com plete lino in Ohio No shoddy stock; and thereforo we can and do guarantee every wheel wo sell for one yoar. Wheels ...

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. — 30 March 1897

tqmiUPM i nrwiftc sseeesshs mtfgrmim I'M ""'t;il fri,i;'iH" "')''' "'" MirttMUMifrh On BH M u ? t W f T 1f r V f in 4 u 1 8 tf rrt . T 1 f I i APBIP fOOUtO Almost incredible as it may appear there are doubtless some people here abonts who have not yet bought fjoo.ls of us, yet understand only a few. Now it's not cnouifli to be the victim of a practical jolte on "All Fool's Day," but to continue to ignore our claims is to malic every day in the year an April 1st for you. Worse, indeed, because tl.o joke may cause you to lose only yinr temper, while to avoid us.is to lose your money. Kemembcr will you that "Tho foolishcst Uitul of a fool we fear Is the fool whose April lasts all year. HERE IS WISDOM AND BARGAINS DRESS GOODS In great variety of tho New Checks, Plaids and Stripes in lirowai, Greens, Iilueh, Ilcds, etc. Mix ed styles and Salt Pepper are good. Prices very low from 12Jc, lSe, 2.r.e, !?5c, (8c to 31.25. Materials of Cotton, Wool en and Wool and Sillc Mixtures. SILKS In the ...

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. — 31 March 1897

Ik1". . sv n .4 A f MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. i i VOL. III. NO. 79 MARIETTA, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1897. 'KICK TE CENT GEM. RIVERA Wounded and Captured by a Spanish Column. Tho Insurgents Occupied a Strong Position and Fought Desperately. After nil Kngagomotit Which Lasted mi Hour tho 1'atrlota Wero Disported The Insurgent Lender nnd Chief to lie Court-mnrtlulodnnd Shot. IlAVAKA, March 30. Gen. Hernandez Valesco, who is operating in the hills of tho province of Pinar del Mo, has sent a report to tho government which litis caused in u oh elation to all classes o loyal Spaniards. Ho says that while his command was in the vicinity of Cabezadas, in tho llio Hondo dis trict Monday they encountered a party of rebels, 100 strong1, who wero under command of Ruiz ltlvera, who was appointed to tho command of tho in surgents in Pina del Rio after tho death of Antonio Macco. Tho rebels occupied a strong position and fought stubbornly, but after an engagement which lasted an hour they were de ...

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. — 31 March 1897

V K &. v , a tf m I'l'i . i y 'ii tf I k k iih ) MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1SS1. GKOnOU M. COOKE, JOIINW. LANSL.EY, UDITOn, ASSOCIATE. Published overy day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Stieet nnd Muskingum Avenue. Tr.UJruoME No. 3. Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any failure to sot tholr Loader, or any careless noss on tho part of the cnrrlor- Subscribers will pleaso not pay tho carriers unless thn carrier punchos his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 109 Fi'.ksiuk.NT McKi.ni.ky has selected as special Envoy to Cuba, his old personal iriend from his homo town, Judge J no. 12. Day. His business will bo to visit the Island as tho President's special representative; and in all likelihood will gather largo Information concern ing the condition of affairs down there. bUVUNTU Ol' Al'ltlL. ijoi.nos or 'run omo company. In February, 17S9, the agents and proprietors passed the following reso lution: "1U:holvi:d...

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. — 31 March 1897

Y .w Al. G. Field's "DARKEST AMERICA," Auditorium, Thursday, April 1st Force of Argument Flowery discourse iind elo quent utternnco will win dis ciples nnd chunpo men's convic tions, but events niut prove the soundness ol' iho argument, or else the followers will find that they are chasing u ''will o' fho wisp" and cease the pursuit, Wo believe in argument through these channels to con vince you that dealing with us would bo profitable to you. Wo want to induce people who do not use our shoes to give them a trial. ' Our shoes will provo the sound ness of our argument. No "ignis fatuus," or, in plainer words, no "pig in tho poke" business. Svring beauties in abundance. 159 Some People Keep Wheels. Others Sell Them. Wc do the latter. That is why "tho galled jado winces." If you arc thinking of buying a bi cycle, do not fail to call and seo our line, which is largest and most com plete lino in Ohio. No shoddy stock; and therefore we can and do guarantee every whecl'wo sell for one year...

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. — 31 March 1897

fTsmifmmmi iiiiiijiiim,iyiii)giu m" ,1,1 nyy,, iiip;ipi,piij -al JTJWT. ' R V ' FOOLB Almost incredible as it may appear there are doubtless some people hero abouts who have not yet bought iroods of us, yet understand only a few. Now it's not enough to be the victim of a practical jolto on "All Fool's Day," but to continues to ipjnorc our claims is to make every day in the year an April 1st for you. Worse, indeed, because the joke may cause you to lose only yiur temper, while to avoid us.is to lose your money. Remember will you that "The foolishcst hind of a fool we fear Is the fool whose April lasts all year." HERE IS WISDOM AND BARGAINS DRESS GOODS In great variety of the New Checks, Plaids and Stripes in Browns, Greens, Mueb, Reds, etc. Mix ed styles and Salt Pepper are good. Prices very low from 13Mc, ISc, '25c, 35c, 4Sc to 51.25. Materials of Cotton, Wool en and Wool and Silk Mixtures. SILKS In the changeable effects, Uluo and Hrown and White, Brocades and Satin Stripes in Blac...

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

' a . .' 1 ' - MARIETTA DAILY LEADER VOL. III. NO. 80 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT P If-' ;r v, ,V: j ' V CHANDLER, 0. T., Swept From the Earth By a Deadly Cyclone. A Dozen or More People Killed and 150 Badly Injured. The Storm llroko Without Warnlnjr una Font Htttl Tlmo to Seuk I'lnces nf Safety Noiirly Kvery Ilulttllnc In tho l'laco In Down or Wrecked. Gutihuk, 0. T., Mnrch 31. A cyclone at Chnudlur, -10 miles e.ist of here, at dusk Tuesday evening destroyed that town, and the latest news is that a dozen or more pcoplo wore' lulled and 150 badly hurt. Tho known dead are: Mr. and Mrs. Woodman, Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. Thomas Smith, Attorney John Dawson. Injured so far as known are: Samuel Highlower; John McCartney, clerk of court; F. N. IJlack and father;' John Foster; Mrs. Emory Foster; two daughters of County Treasurer Ulam; Samuel 'Winthrop; George Mellenry. Chandler was a town of about 1,500 people Nearly every building in tho town was wrecked and daylight...

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. — 1 April 1897

,-wrvf t-"' -y1!" X r. V .MM. y y k. - MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTA11LISIIKD 1S81. GEOHGE M. COOKE, JOIlKW. LANSLEY, KDITOU, ASSOCIATC. Published every ilay except Sunday, at the Leader Bulialng, Putnam Stieet and Muskingum Avenue. Telenioxe So. a. Wo will consider It a groat tavor if subscribers will report any toiluro to t?ot their Leader, or any caroless nosson the part of thecarrlor- Subscribers will pleaso not pay the carriers unless thn carrier punches his credit rag In subscrib er s presence THURSDAY, APRIL 1,1807. ANOTHKK Hld'CLK YEAK. Last summer tho bicycle became a iad. This year it will bo accepted as a factor in tho world's work, 'ihe pro duction in 1890 was phenomenal, but the demand for 1897 promises to sur- nncc tlmf.nf last venr. because as the. machine becomes" batter, known ' it meets a wider field. Everything favors the more universal use of the bicycle. Roads are crowinp better with the set tlement of the country. Paved streets are extending In all towns and citie...

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. — 1 April 1897

n , t'u n rr;.,i, I II bUlUUS nip Bit We 1st Have It," Wo htive adopted tlio popu lar city scbdmo ot FREE SHSfJES, and from April 1st. OUR "EBONY ARTIST" will be on luiml with a fine outfit to serve you. Ask for u SHINE CHECK whenever yon wunt a shine and allow ns to keep you 3liinedup. Some People Keep Wheels Others Sell Them. We do the latter. That is why "the galled jade wIdcps." If you are thinking of buying a bi cycle, do not fall to call and see our line, which is largest aud most com plete lino in Ohio No shoddy stock; and therefore we can and do guarantee every wheel we sell for one year. Wheels from $45 to 100. We sell on the installment plan as well as for cash: and no one need be without a bike. Our prices and terms are within the reach of till. " Largest and most complete line of sundries in the cltj. Also a -complete Reoair Shop in connection. This is a PAID advertisement, but we mean what we say, and kindly so licit your patronage. Big Four Cycle CO., 119 Front street....

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. — 1 April 1897

RMBBKH WrWyl 7f, . fvvvvjrsww- ?. i w I- i; Ivfai IK- B? I?8T I i U UIjJjIj Almost incredible :s It may appear tliero are doubtless some people here abouts who have not yet bought goods of us, yet undcrsta nil only a few. Now it's not enough to be the victim of ti practical johe on "All Fool's Day," but to continue to ignore our claims is to make every day in the year an April 1st for you. Worse, Indeed, because the j oho may cause you to lose only your temper, while to avoid us.is to lose your money, Remember will you that "The foollshest kind of a fool we fear Is the fool whose April lasts all year." HERE IS WISDOM AND BARGAINS DRESS GOODS In great variety of tho New Checks, Plaids and Stripes in Browns, Greens, Hlues, Reds, etc. Mix ed styles and Salt Tapper are good. Prices very low from 12Mc ISc, 25c, RJc, iSc toS1.25. Materials of Cotton, Wool en and Wool and Silk Mixtures. SILKS In the changeable effects, Uluo and Urown and White, lirocades and Satin Stripes in IllncUs, Satin...

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. — 2 April 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEA TIER VOL. III. NO. SI MARIETTA, OHIO, PR J DAY, APRIL 2, 1897. I'HK'K uXE CENT , SM Of ATIZZEDIN." A Doscription of the Fight Be i.weftn Turks and Christians. ' During tho Battle the Foreign War ships Were Ordered to Fire. llrltlslt Warship Opened Itti llor 11. Inrli Onus. Snvunit Percussion Shell Itur-tt In tll Midst r tliulnniuuuiita, 'ii using TIiviii lo Hun for bhelter. r.nNro.v, April 1. Tho Cunoa corre spondent of tlu- Standard describes tho fighting around tho fort at lziedin The parrlson consisted of 3UI) Turks who Imil i 'J Krupp guns unci tivu Nord onfijldt guns. Tho guns, however, wi-re trained seaward, and vjuie use less to ropel an attack from tho land side of the fort. Tho blockhouse above tho fort con tulned ;son more troops with two Krnpp and two Nordenfeldt guns. Be yond this posltiou then! wasa9tono wall, where the insurgents wore massed under tno Greek side. It IsT impossible to say which side began 11m lighting, but tho engagement was in full s...

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. — 2 April 1897

' i -A . w VI 1 A ;-.' V in W i JM.' IS r i , M ft t MAEIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSniD 18S1. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. 1J4.N3LEY, EDITOIl, ASSOCIATE. published trfery day except Suudoy, at tho Leader Dutldtne, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone No. 3. Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any failure to got their Londor. or any caroloou noBS on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless thn carrier punchos his credit tag In subscrib er's presonco. FRIDAY. APRIL 2, 1807 The racing season was formally .opened at Newport, Kentucky, Thurs day afternoon. Kentucky is overrun with plunders, and the Governor of that State is try ing to stop it by legislation. Tiiuhsday the Mason's Home at Springfield was opened to its benefici aries. Twenty of the brotherhood en tered the Home. Tun dispatches say that on the 8th day of this month the United Press will quit business, and cease to send out its news dispatches. Poon Hetty Greene...

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. — 2 April 1897

r k to w "It Comes Hisli But 1 1st Bavi It." Wo have adopted tho popu lar city scheme of FREE SHINES, and from April 1st, OUR "EiBONY AltTIST" will be J, on hand with a fine outfit to servo you. Ask for a SHINE CHECK whenever yon wunt a shine and allow us to keep you shlned up. I 159 Some People Keep Wheels Others Sell Them. We do the latter. That is why "the galled jade winces." If you are thinking of buying a bi cycle, do not fail to call and seo our line, which is largest aud most com- pie to line In Ohio. Wn ftlinrlrlw ntnplrf ntirl tliprpfnrn top can and do guarantee every wheel wo sell for one year, wheels from S45 to $100. We Bell on the installment plan as well as for cash: and no one need be without a bike. Our prices and terms are within the reach of all. Larnest and most complete line of sundries in the city. Also a complete Renair SI op in connection. This is a PAID advertisement, but we mean what we say, aud kindly so licit your patronage. Bin Four Cycle CO., 119 Front ...

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. — 2 April 1897

. 1 l1 (fl- f ." , " V .,i,.u. i ! .rVr-wh''l',r,t' 'Mf'ff'r'f hi A B 'pnnTuTi Almost incredible as it imy nppenr thcro are doubtless gouio people hero abouta who have not jet bought goo lb of tis, yet understand only a few. Now it's not enough to be the victim of n practical joltc on "All Tool's Day," but to continue to ignore our claims is to make every day in the year an April 1st for you. 'Woisc, indeed, because the oho may caus.0 you to lose only your temner. while to avoid us.is to lose your mouev. Remember will you that "Tho foolishest kind of a fool we fear Is the fool whose April lasts all year." HERE IS WISDOM AND BARGAINS DRESS GOODS In great variety of the Now Checks, Plaids and Stripes in Urowns, Greens, Rlues, Redb, etc. Mi ed styles and Salt I'epper are good. Prices very low from "ic, lie, 2"c, S jc, 48c to S1.25. Materials of Cotton. Wool en and Wool and Silk Mixtures SILKS In the changeable effects, Uluo and Rroiin and White, liiocades and Satin Stripes in Blacks, 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. — 3 April 1897

TV' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 82 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897. PRICK ON"E CENT HEAVY RAINS Will Cause the Mississippi River to Reach a Crisis. Houses Drifting From Their Founda tions at Gunnison, Miss. TIid Wntor Still Kiting la Louisiana Two Men Shot for Not Heeding Order to Keep OIT the I.evoo Worst 'Will Not He Known Till the Flood Is Over. St. Louis, April 2. Tlio recent heavy rains, according' to the weather bureau, will cause the Mississippi Hood to reach a crisis. The water contin ues to rise in Louisiana. A break occurred at Bayou la Pourchc, but it was quickly stopped. Houses are Urlf ting1 from their founda tions at Gunnison, Miss. A break at Concordia Landing is threatened. If the levee yields at that point Gun nison will bo entirely swept away. It is almost certain that lives have been lost in the Delta, as many persons are reported missing', and search has failed to discover them. Loss of life is re ported from Laconia Circle nlso. The situation at...

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. — 3 April 1897

'K . u w si U j'I , 1 tyl M MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED lfcll. OEOKOE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLUY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Publlshcil every day except Sunday, at the Leader Ilulldlng, Putnam Street and Muskingutn Avenue. TELl'.niOXE No. 3. Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report anv falluro to ot their Lender, or any caroless nooB on the Dart of the carrier Subscribers will please not pay tho carrlors unless thn carrlor punches his credit tog In subscrib er's presence SATURDAY. APRIL 3, IB07 A joint resolution has been offered by Representative Ueatwole, of Minn., providing for the creation of a banking and currency commission to investigate and report to Congress at tho regular session. President McKlnley some time ago expressed himself as favorable to this idea. The selection of Mr. Frank W. Pal mer, of 111., to be Public Printer, while apparently in conflict .vith the Presi dent's determination not to appoint to the prominent positions the same men who held th...

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. — 3 April 1897

,! w n iv- "It Comes High But We Must Have II" Wo have adopted tho popu lar city scheme of FREE SHINES, . and from April lit, OUR "EBONY ARTIST" will bo on hand with a fine outQt to servo you. Ask for a SUIKB CHECK whenever yon want a shine and allow us to Iteep you shined up. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897. A STATEMENT. Some People Keep Wheels Others Sell Them. We do the latter. That is why "the galled jado wlncps." , If you are thinking of buying a bi cycle, do not fail to call and see our line, which is largest aud most com plete line in Ohio. No shoddy stock; and therefore we can and do guarantee every wheel we sell for one year. Wheels from S15 to $100. Wo sell on the installment plan as well as for cash: and no one need be without a bike. Our prices and terms are within tho reach of all. Largest and most complete line of sundries in the city. Also a complete TJnn-iii- fihnn in rnnncction. This is a PAID advertisement, but we mean what we say, and kindly so l...

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. — 3 April 1897

i..i iVn .,.. ..juiiin iiWHW UWWWjpiinS ti( it ;' '"'. ,( vk t .11. -A J" 4 , jU. n'?H'",7',l H tl f !1 a APRIL FOOLED Almost incredible as it may appear there are doubtless somo people here abouts who have not yet bought goods of us, yet understand only a few. Now it's not enough to be the victim of a practical jolfc on "All Fool's Day," but to continue to ignore our claims is to malce overy day in tho year au April 1st for you. Worse, indeed, because the oko may cause you to lose only yw temper, while to avoid us.ls to lose your money. Remember will you-that "Tho foolishest kind of a fool we fear Is the fool whose April lasts all year." HERE IS WISDOM AND BARGAINS DRESS GOODS In greatvariety of thn New Checks. Plaids and Stripes in Browns, Greens, Hlues, Reds, etc. Mix ed styles and Silt Pepper are good. Prices very low from l'JXc ISc, 25c, 85c, 48c to $1.25. Materials of Cotton, Wool en and Wool and SilU Mixtures. SILKS In the changeable effects, Uluo and IJrown and Whiter Brocad...

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