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

tv i MAJRIETTA VOL. III. NO. 108 MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1897. PBICE ONE CENT V DAILY s LEADER ON WEDNESDAY The Senate Will Take a Vote on the Arbitration Treaty. During the Week the Tariff Bill Will Be Reported in the Senate. Th Houso Will Keep Up tho Three Days' Adjournment Lurreney Controller's ts. Statement Shuwi a Gtlu In Natlon b1 Han Mote Circulation. Washington, Mny 3. Tho senate will rcsumo business in earnest Mon day, and tho week bids fair to bo ono of important results. According to agreement a vote will bo talceu on tho arbitration treaty on Wednesday. It is also quite probable that the com mittee vacancies will be tilled and that the tariff bill will be reported to the bunatc. For the rest Sqnator Morgan proba bly will call up liis Cuban resolution, the sundry civil appropriation bill may bo passed and Senator Hoar has given notice that lie will move to hnve tho committee on rules discharged from the further consideration of his amend ments to the rules for tho...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 May 1897

n i n i ii i I it n ..i H l d ,i ? A k fjfo k f it "MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSHKD 16S1. OEORQE M. COOKE, JOHN Y. LAN3LEY, EDITOn, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TKLErUOHE NO. 3. Wo will consider It n gront favor If subscribers will report any falluro to ot tholr Londor. or any caroless noss on tho part of the carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unless tho carrier punches his crodlt tag In subscrib er's presonco. TUESDAY. MAY 4, IBD7 ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOn STATE SENATOH. MAnurrA Lkaukk: You are requested to announce that I am a candidate for senator ol the Nlnth-rourteenth District subject to the Republican Senatorial convention, and that I will not ask peimisslon to appoint delegates nor exercise sucb authority If tendered to mo by any Coaimltteo. JNo. II. Hilev. ron COUNTY COMMISSIONS!!. EDrron LitADKn: Will you announce in your' paper that tho undersigned will be a candidate for tho orflce ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 May 1897

j?t5 -5 .("! f wyyK"('fc,W'9swri USHERS' BENEFIT. "A BREEZY TIME," Auditorium, Thursday, May 6th. USHERS' BENEFIT. WE NEVER TAG But always Head the Procession in Our Line We carry The Goods at The Right Prices and treat the people Right as is cer tainly evidenced by our In creasing Sales, but you "Can't Keep a Workin' Man Down" is as true as gospel. We've all the new colors in High and Low Shoes. For this week we'll sell a Turned Cloth Top Oxford in both Black and Tan at One Small Dollar. How's That? 159 FOR RENT! cvcles MARIETTA DAILY LEADER TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1897. IN TROUBLE AGAIN. John L.. Tehr, of AVcst Virginia cwa- imppr I'mnc. John L. Pohr, n, well lenown West Virginia newspaper man, wus recently nrrestotl for a henious olTonso, but the case was dismissed. Ho left Chat leston, the scene of his labors, and it is now charged that beforo doing so he swin dled a number of people out of lirge sums of money by signing checks in the natno of the West Virginian utter ho had severed his...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 May 1897

umipi mum ,ijihiii,ii mHjj n i Ok Iff I 111- WT ' IEOfllZlfKi 51CE Op DfE55 (iOODJ In order to reorganize our Dry Goods Departments and put thetn In the lead, and mako thein up up-to-dato in all respects. Wo liaye secured tho services of Mr. Recyes, for 11 year3 manager of tho Dress Goods Department of tho Bee Illye Store in Cincinnati, with tho assistance of Mr. Ward and a compe tent corps of trained assistants, wo pro pose to give our customers tho very best sorvico and greater-Bargains. To start the ball rolling we place on sale this week some Bargains that will be appreciated. One Hundred pieces of novelty dress goods, this spring's purchase, the latest stylo, at 12J4c, ISc. 20c, !35c, 2Sc, r.Sc and 48c a yd., reduced from 20c, 25c, 30c, 33c, 40c to 75c. Special prices on Silks in Jap. wash silks at 25c. Novelty silks at src and 4Sc. Black Brocade silks at 50c. Fancy Brocades and Stripes at OSc u yd. Special prices in Black Woolen Dress Goods and Colors, all at surprising re duc...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 5 May 1897

? A i ,-,. ffr MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. yOL. III. NO. 109 MABIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY" 5, 1897. PBICE ONE CEET THE CAPITAL. Two Important Foreign Missions to Be Filled Soon. Gen. J. H. Wilson, of Delaware, Likely to Be Sent to St. Petersburg. Ex.Spenknr Bryant, of Ullnola, Sniveled to Suciced Minister llannja (Taylor at .-. Mutlrld A Mcaaago Concerning the Lynching of ltallnna Washington, May 4. The conferees on the Indian appropriation bill Mon day agreed upon a number, of unim portant items. But no agreement was reached on the Uncompahgro reserva tion matter, tho Seneca oil lands or the Indian courts. The president now has under consid eration tho claims of aspirants for two of tho most important European mis sions, Russia and Spain, and it is be lieved has arrived at a point whore ho will bo able soon to send in tho nomi nations for theso places. While it is not known definitely who the nominees will be, there is reason to believe that tho Russian mission may go to Gen. J. II. 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. — 5 May 1897

mi4kmviKii -iiM-4'i-'lvlW "BWW" .. . .nV nw'raragEjinwsgai ltw i b If MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 18S1. OF.ORQE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLKY, EOITOR, ASSOCI.VTC. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TKLKrUONE No. 3. Wo will consider It a groat tavor If subscribers will report any talluro to ot their Loodor. or any careless- nosa on tho part ot tne carrior. Ruhnnrlhors will ploaso not pay tho carriers unless tho carrior punchos his credit tag in sunscnu- or's presonco. WEDNESDAY, MAY B, 1897. ANNOUNCEMENTS. mil STATE SENATOR. MAiutRA Lfadkb: You are requeued to announce that I am a candHato for senator of the Ninth-Fourteenth District subject to the Republican Senatotlal Convention, and that I 1V111 HOI HSU 1JB1UJLS3IUU VJ "Ml""" ..j-.vp,.--. . uor exercise Mica authority if lenrteiea to me by any comniuiee o u. " --. rnn rnFNTY COMMISSIONEIl -n .. t . nn.t. ttMil t-nii inminrn in vniir paper that the undersigned will be 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. — 5 May 1897

' rWr,frii',7-?, ViW USHERS' BENEFIT. "A BREEZY TIME," Auditorium, Thursday, May 6th. USHERS' BENEFIT. Jp-'w Jt-rfV ?' 'ptfrrW'-' WE NEVER TAG , But always Head the Procession in Our Line HO Wc carry The Goods at The Right Prices and treat the people Right as is cer tainly evidenced by our In creasing Sales, but you "Can't Keep a Workin' Man Down" is as true as gospel. We've all the new colprs in High and Low Shoes. For this week we'll sell a Turned ClothTqpOxfoTid in both Black and Tan at One Small Dollar. How's That? 159 MARIETTA DAiLY LEADER LJ5 WEDNESDAY. MAYO, 1897 TESTIMONY TAKEN. Ciitftliiur Cnse Will He Argued Todny He. fore SUlro Palmer. Tho preliminary hearing of S. T. Cut Bhaw, who was charged with perjury by "Jack" Robluson, the husband of Ange noraArmstrong, was heldTuesduy after noon beforo 'Squire Palmer. A large number of witnesses were examined. The basts of the case appeared to bo an affidavit recently made by Mr. Cut shaw in which he charged Robinson and tho Armst...

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 May 1897

w YX hi w ft ir tfi if 1 it; "a if If PV i l( re :, !'l i IS . I ti IK ' i , p; h f 5 i i GREAT Rtiruiuiu SALE OF Dm Ms! In order to reorganize our Dry Goods Departments and put them in the lead, and tnaUo them up up-to-date in all respects. Wo haye secured tho services of Mr. Reeves, for 11 yoar3 manager of tho Dress Goods Department o tho Ueo Hivo Store in Cincinnati, with the assistance of Mr. Ward and a compe tent corps of trained assistants, we pro pose to givo our customers the very best servico and greater Uargains. To start the ball rolling wo place on sale this week some Bargains that will be appreciated. One Hundred pieces of novelty dress goods, this spring's purchase, the latest style, at liijj'e, ISc, 20c, 'J3c, 2Se, !!3c and -ISc a yd., reduced from 20e, 23c, 30c, :55c, 40c to 75c Special prices on Silks in Jap. wash silks at 23c. Novelty silks at 33c and 4Sc. lliack Drocade silks at 50c. Fancy Hrocades and Stripes at OSc a yd. Special prices in Black Woolen Dress Good...

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. — 6 May 1897

f"!(W!( 0"l!&r1'' rynpi h ' MARIETTA DAILY VOL. III. NO. 110 MARIETTA, OHIO. THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1897. PRICE ONE CEET T. "'Ml'' WTY",iTYV,'ilVf,W LEADER. GREEK CABINET Decides to Continue the Conflict With Turkey. Difficult to Say Whether the Decision is Absolutely Final. Foreign Mlnlatorn Tender the Interven- tton of the Powers, to Greece No Sac- UfSHor to Col. Vassos Turk, Consent to rrotectlou of Greens In Turkey. Athens, May 5. It is now denied that tin officer has been appointed to succeed Col. Vassos n command of the Greek forces in Crete. This is inter preted here as a prelude to tho recall of tho Greek troops from tho island and as proof of tho conciliatory inten tions of tho now cabinet. Col. Vassos has been appointed t succeed Col. Manos, who 1ms been i command of tho Ureek forces opera ing in Kpirus. Ex-Minister Mctaxas replaces Gen. Mncras and Maj. Constantinides has been recalled from Crete and appointed chief of 1'riuce Constan tino's staff. Constantinople, May D. Tho...

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 May 1897

"isy sj-wi-vwt M w 11 V m Hi W Iff IVI 'i K fl MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSniDl831. OEORQE M. COOKE, EDITOR. JOHN W. LANSLEV, ASSOQIA.TE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam sireei uu Muskingum Avenue. Telephone Ko. 3. Wo will conaldor It a groat favor If subscribers will report any tailuro to cot their Leador. or any caroloss noss on the part of the carrlor. Subscrlbors will plonso not pay the carriers unless thn earrlor punches his credit tag In subscrib er's prosonco. THURSDAY. MAYO, IS97 ANNOUNCEMENTS. roll STATE SENATOK. Maiu'tta. Lfadkr: You are requested to announce that I am a candidate for Mtorol theluth.Four.een.h District , uWect the r exercise ucu authority teuflered to me by any Couin.lttee. Jmj. II kilei. FOR COtJXTY COMMISSIOMSll. EditohLvadkii: will you announce in your paper that the undersgneav .1 . fr .. :,"rVw,vSS; to the will ol the tlon. '"l,uu""" n"T.'n?M v. i:. Oi.r.". Marietta Township EDlion Leader: Please announce that Mat. '...

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. — 6 May 1897

s "A BREEZY TIME," Auditorium, Thursday; May 6th. USHERS BENEFIT. TJSHEHS' BENEFIT. i WE NEVER TAG But always Head the Procession in Our Line HOE We carry The Goods at The Right Prices and treat the people Right as is cer tainly evidenced by our In creasing Sales, but you "Can't Keep a Workin' Man Down" is as true as gospel. We've all the new colors in High and Low Shoes. For this wecl we'll sell a Turned Cloth Tor Oxford in both Black and Tan at One Small Dollar. How's That? 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1807. HE IMBIBED ESSENCES. nml llesultcil v The Done una Too Much 1'ntnlly. Mr. Humphrey Leo, of Smithvllle, died under terrible circumstances, at tho residenco of Major M. A. Ayers, where- ho was boarding, Sundny. Ho was poisoned to doath by concoctions ho took while on a prolonged drinking spree. Thd Immediate causo of his death, was the inordinate uso of essences, Bateman's drops, etc., which he drank indiscriminately for tho alcohol in them. Ho simply kept on Imbib...

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 May 1897

jHWUfSWWry-' iT'r X V 17 L :l d j it : 5 I GREAT He iiiuuui SALE OF In order to reorganize our Dry Goods Departments and put them In the lead, and malco them up up-to-date in all respects! Wo haye secured tho services of Mr. Kceyes, for 11 yeaw manager of tho Dress Goods Department of tho Bee lliyo Store in Cincinnati, with the assistance of Mr. Ward and a compe tent corps of trained assistants, we pro pose to give our customers tho very best servico and greater Uargalns. To start the ball rolling wo place on sale this week some Bargains that will be appreciated. One Hundred pieces of novelty dress goods, this spring's purchase, tho latest style, at 12)Jc, ISc, 'iOc, 23c, 2Sc, .,3c and 4Sc a yd., reduced from 20c, 23c, 00c, 33c, 40c to 75c. Special prices on Silks in Jap. wash silks at 23c. Novelty silks at 03c and 4Sc. Black Brocade silks at 50c. Fancy Brocades and.Strlpcs at OSc a yd. Special prices in Black Woolen Dress Goods and Colors, all at surprising re ductions. Cases and b...

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. — 7 May 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. III. KO. 11 L MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1897. PRICE ONE CEKT AUTHORITIES Of Paris Blamed for the Charity Bazaar Catastrophe. Tho Flimsy Structure Had Not Been Subjected to an Inspection. One Hundred anil Forty Until llodles Ta ken Out uf tho Kutns Severnl Days Will i: In pmi Durum the Ktart Num ber of Victims Will lie Known. Paiiis, May C Tho blamo for tho awful catastrophe at tho Grand Bazar tlu Charltio Tuesday afternoon is being put upon tho administrative authori ties of tho elty, because such a com bustible structure was allowed to be erected. JS'o sort of Inspection seems to havo been made la advance by the prefect of police. A thorough investigation is promis ed. Miohuol Heine, the manager of tho bazaar, said last evening: "Wo ought to havo foreseen that such a Uis.ister as this was possible, but the stalls have been increasing every year and wo were very anxious not to lose an inch of ground." 1'iesldont Faure has received tele grams of condo...

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. — 7 May 1897

r .J J I ' i ,1 ' i J r r T I if ' 1 1 6 I' ro MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTADMSIUD 1SS1. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOIINW.IiANSLEY, EDITOn, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone No. 3. Wo will connldor It n groat tnvor II subscribers will roport any talluro -to not their Loader, or any careless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unloss thn carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1807. ANNOUNUKSIUN TS. FOIl STATE SENATOR. MAitUKA leader: You are requested tn announce that I am a candidate for senator of ihe Nlnth-Pourteeuth District subject to the liemibllcau benatorlal convention, and that l will not aiK pel mission to appoint delegates nor exercise Juan authority If tendered o me by any Coaitulttee. JNo- " '" rOU COtJNTT COMMISSIONED Editoh Lfadku: will you announce Inyonr paper that the undersigned will be a candidate for the oftlce of count...

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. — 7 May 1897

HPll""HPlBpPys!g,!1 RTfft'tTif l'fTT'T' ,if'$'"s!T WE NEVER TAG But always Head the Procession in Our Line We carry The Goods at The Right Prices and treat the people Right as is cer tainly evidenced by our In creasing Sales, .but you "Can't Keep a Workin' Man Down" is as true as gospel. We've all the new colors in High and Low Shoes. For this week we'll sell a , Turned Cloth Top Oxford ' hi both Black and Tan at One Small Dollar. How's That? 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER FRIDAY. MAY 7, 1007 CUTSHAW ACQUITTED. Biovcles AND- AH Strictly High-Grade, AT THE Big Four Cycle C 119 Front street. R. E. Kace. J. 0. Saner. Jack Itfi1lnnon'it CharRO of Perjury Doesn't Hold AVntcr. The case of Ohio vs. P. T. Cushaw, who was tried several days ngo before 'Squire Palmer on the charge of perjury preferred by JackUobinson, the husband of Angenora Armstrong, was argued Thursday night by II. P. Kraft for the prosecution and B. E. Guyton and L W. Ellen wood for the defense. Our readers are familiar with t...

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. — 7 May 1897

j rfTvfiPwm!(StS,m WftXNKWI&W. Hy 4 r IK E v I Br ?p I & to ta W i?r tf i r ?a i i ,i m it I M ; & &v GREAT RiHiniim SALE OF Mis! Dress In order to icorpanize our Dry Goods Departments and put them in the lead, and make them up up-to-date in all respects. Wo baye secured the services of Mr. Reeyes, for 11 yeaw manager of the Dress Goods Department of the Bee Hive Store in Cincinnati, with the assistance of Mr. Ward and a compe tent corps of trained assistants, w e pro pose to givo our customers the ery best service and greater Harpains. To start thc-ball rolling we place on sale this week some Bargains that v ill be appreciated. One Hundred pieces of novelty dress goods, this spring's purchase, the latest htyle, at 12Kc ISc, 20c. -'5c. 2Se, 33c nnd 4Sc a yd., reduced from 20e, 23c, COc, Sic, -10c to T5c ' Special prices on Stilts in Jap. wash silks at 2")C. Novelty silks at !Hc and 4Sc. Mack lirocade silks at 5'Jc. Taney ISrocades and Stiipes at-Usc a yd. Special pri...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 8 May 1897

jmqmjS&?imJmmi MAJRI vol.. in. sro. 112 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1S97. PRICE OSTE CEST 5JiP' ',4pftf$4!rw-wriKiw DAILY LEADER. W A . M ,. -JL. JSl. A FARM HAND Kills a Farmer and His Wife Near Waukesha, Wis. Tho Hired Girl and Hired Man Prob ably Fatally Wounded. rlio Alnrderor Had Veen Sholtnred Over Aleut by the Farmer After Finishing Ills lllooily WnrK th Fiend MnUnt LJSu. od a lllcyclc and llode AWity. Milwaukee, Wis., May 7. A double, and what may yet provo a quadruplu murder, occurred at tho farm homo of Alexander Harris, who resided about Uve miles south of Waukesha, at an early hour Friday morning', tho vic tims being1 Mr. Harris, his wife, hired tflrl and hired man. Tho crime was committed, it is supposed, by a Itirm hand named Wm. Pouch, who had been sheltered by the farmer over night. 'J. ho dead and wounded are: Alexander Harris, aged about 45 years, hilled outright Mrs. Harris, aged 41 years, killed. Hired girl, fatally wounded. Hired man, probably fatally 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. — 8 May 1897

-v-.', ijj.. gwMMyp,!! itmvn ny,vii.m?WWO!,WiwWNmr ra?'wwwTWWw,'ra' r',''v);,wfj'W(pt'iwv.iiiiii!NHiBH!iiw" w n u IWPfl!liil ,'C i?tr MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABU9nM 1881. OF.onan m. cooke, JOHN W. IiANSLEY, EDITOIt, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, tit the Leader llulldlng, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone Xo. 3. Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any failure to eot their Lendor. or any careless ness on the Dart of tne carrier. Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless thn carrier punches his crodlt tag In subscrib er s presence. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1807. ANNOUNCEJIHN rfe. ron state senator. MAMtXTA Lkadkr: You aie requeued to announce thit I Am a candll-ue for senator of the Nlnth-rourteenth DiiUlct. subject to the Republican benulorl il convention, and that I win not nlc iwiintssion to aunnlnt Allocate nor exercise ucli authority If tendered to me by any committee. oo 11 itn.o roil covstv commission EmtoiiLvadru: t 111 yo...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 8 May 1897

'ifTPfiH"! rtli WWF&titZW" ?& TwpSWHKWrWraP aiJtiJhimi Biwrrtf WE NEVER TAG But always Head the Procession in Our Line We carry The Goods at The Right Prices and treat the people Right as is cer tainly evidenced by our In creasing Sales, but you "Can't Keep a Workin' Man Down" is as true as gospel. We've all the new colors in High and Low Shoes. For this week we'll sell a Turned ClotiiToi1 Oxford in both Black and Tan at One Small Dollar. How's That? 159 FOR RENT! Bicycles MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY. MAY 8, 1897 THE GftANDJURY Mny AND- ndem All Strictly High-grade, AT THE Big Four Cycle CO., 119 Front street. E. E. Eace. J. 0. Saner. IJP you buy from Henry Eauch its the real thing. you buy from Henry Eauch its good. I-p you buy from, Henry Eauch " its up-to-date. you buy from Henry Eauch its cheapest for high grade. The Knox hat is worn by the best trade everywhere. Perfect in style, quality and work manship. The acknowledged best hat. Wo are exclusive agents. J up-to-da...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 8 May 1897

'WPIW imiwijiiv f" 1 vX IV Ik i II? GREAT t iTiuuii SALE OF 1, In order to reorganize our Dry Goods Departments and put them in the lead, and mako thein up up-to-date in all respects. Wo haye secured tho services of Mr. Reeves, for 11 year3 manager of tho Dress Goods Department of tlio Ueo niye Store in Cincinnati, with the assistance of Mr. Ward and a compe tent corps of trained assistants, we pro pose to fc'ivo our customers the very best service and greater liargains. To start the ball rolling wo place on sale this week some bargains that will be appreciated. One Hundred pieces of novelty drefs goods, this spring's purchase, tin; latest style, at 12)ic ISc, 20c. 2ie, Sbc, S3c and 4Sc a yd., reduced from 20c, 23c, COc, 35c, 40c to 73c. Special prices on Silks in Jap. wash silks at 2 c. Novelty silks at S3c anil ISc. lilack llrocidu silks at 50c. Taney llrocades and Stripes at OSc a yd. Special prices in Black Woolen Dress Goods and Colors, all at surprising re ductions. Cases and ...

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