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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 3 July 1897

wTmT?F ' ! MARIETTA DAILY LEAD ft VOL. III. NO. 162 MABIETTA, OHIO, SATUBDAY, JULY 3, 1897 PKIOE ONE CENT 1 1 ER I V MINERS' STRIKE. The Step Taken After a Confer ence of Mine Officials. The Order Issued for Over a Quarter of a Million Men to Quit Work. Conflict Will Heeln oo the Fonrth The . Strlkn Will Affect All Union Miner. In I'cnmylviinlH, Ohio. ImlKim, Illi nois, Kentucky, West Virginia. Coi.uwius, O., July 2. A general strike of the United Mine Workers of America has been ordered for July 4 by the national executive board, whoso headquarters nro in this city, and aloo by the district presidents, as the result of a mooting held here Juno 34, 25 and 20. 'Jo the Mlno Workers-of tho Country, Greeting: Fellow Miners: At the last annual convention of the United Mine Work ers of America, held in the city of Co lumbus, 0., January 12-10, 1807, it was determined that the scale of prices should be advanced to the tallowing rates: Pennsylvania (Pittsburgh district), pick mining, CJ cen...

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 July 1897

mmmmmmmmm. rrif;W'Wl . & I lie IV a f u MARIETTA DAILY LEADER UgTAUU'W" ... GEORGE M. COOKH, JOHN W. L.VNSLBY, HDITOn, ASSOCIATE. iublUneu every day except Sunday, at the Leader Dulldtne, PutnAtn Street and Muskingum Avenue ... i.i nairtnr it n tzront favor If subscribers will report any t luro to Kot their Loader, or any careless ness on tho part of the carrlor. Subscribers will ploaoo not pay tho carriers unless thn carrlor puncheshlscrec.lt tag In subscr.b- er'B presenco KEI'UISLICAN TICKET. Tot Lieutenant Oijvernoi. PorudBB''?he,:iiPreine Court. yorSfi,gcAiPBr.i.L. For School rimiiiliaT. iiiSSSSSoVruWiotv.tk-. lOllV if. lilUJY. ot Wellington CHAKLEB i A. UABL-U ot Athens. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOlt BEPHESESTATIVK. L county subject to the W,,!VV McUiL Convention. " of the Republican coanty convention ... . ..na tVifit 1n Sftffi.55S?iW wsa P.niron LEADER: 1'lease a"V","i" . . friends tbrouchout the SSSiffionb.nepW.can.ongi. itoi candidate for (fpreBo FOB COUNTY COMMISSIONEIl rmTOitLE...

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 July 1897

It's About Over We mean spring trade. We have hud an unusual trade during the present sea sod, and now, to wind up lhe season in a blaze oipry, we propose to make sojipo surprises ior you through'dfij. our large slock. Some sty lish shoes will bo sold al lower prices than ever before offered. Get in line and look us over. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY. JULY 3, 1807 AT CALDWELL Wind ntiil Itnln Do Considerable Dninago to Cruris, JSc. ( Cai.dwxi.i., 0, July 2. A terrifllc rain and wind storm, accompanied by hail, vislled this city at 3:1)0 o'clock yes terday afternoon, doinjf an immense amount of damage to thu wheat nnd cdrn crops, as well as to trees, house roofs,, windows, doors, etc. The elec tric light plant was damaged to such an extent that it cannot mn and last nipht tho city was dark. Sever.il houses were struck by lightning, but nobody was injured. BRIDGE WASHED AWAY. PEKSONALMD LOCAL Miss Madge Hibbard leaves today for her home in Ilarncsvlllo after sev eral weeks spent...

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 July 1897

WW1 (WIS! At 1,1 lb m U V W I 1 1 ill J u Always Pill 26 Departments, Each a complete store in itself All busy busy buying, busy sell ing. Always agfrresstve. Con stantly improving anil growing. Iiettcr meriting your trade and getting more of it." By your liberal support you have enabled us to come moie nearly than ever to the Metropolitan Store in size and vari ety. Wo often do better for you iu prices, but wo are always pushing for more trade by igiviug extra in ducements. b HE&E ABB SOME: fnc lot of Parasols Black, White. Green, Brocade eta. at only f 1.00 each, regular $2.03 and Ji.oO goods. No. 50 TniYotn Bibbons at l'Jc a yd. You buy them elsewhere at 50 and 40cis. Laces in fine val.'s at lie, 55c and t!5c a piece of V2 yd-,. Handkerchiefs The Best Handkerchiefs for 10c, 12s'o and 15c, oScred anywhere find hemstitched and embroidered. 1'ans, ribbons, sill; mitts and gloves at special pi ices this week. China and Japan Straw Mattings at 12ie. 15c, lbc to 25c yd. CLOTHING To...

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 July 1897

MHMJH MARIETTA DAJDLY LEADER. VOX.. III. NO. 1G3 MARIETTA OHIO, MONDAY, JULY 5, 1897. PIUCE ONE CENT (i . I THE PRESIDENT May Send a Special Message to the Congress Recommending the Creation of a Com mission toAdjust the Currency. The Scheme, Ilotr ever, U Opponecl by Some or MuKlnlry'ii Most IulluontUI Ailvii. ers on Financial Qufntlorn Mltur fju Will lie Settled Next Week. Washington, July 8. The question whether thu president will send a special message to congress recom mending the creation of n currency commission will bo definitely docidod next week. The president is strongly inclined at this time to send a spoclal currency message to Congress, regarding him self as lu n considerably measure pledged to this course, in fact Is was semt-ofllclally anuounccd ut tho vhlt,e houe Into Frldov afternoon that such a message would be sotvt to congress next woolt but somo the presi dent's most lufluoutlal advisers o flnauciat questions arc opposed to a message us impolitic at this timo 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. — 5 July 1897

n - V i . i I h te fl( ftt I I MARIETTA DAILY LEADER nnnnnts M. rCOIill, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. JOUN W. IiANSLBY, published every tlar except Sunday, m the Leader Bnlldlng, Putnam Street ana Muskingum Avenue. No. 3. TKtnruosi: ....irfr it n croat favor If ubscr bors will Teporf any taj.uro ?o ot tholr Loader, or any careless noss on tho part of tho carrier. subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carrloro unless tho carr or punches his credit tog In subscrlb or's presence. MONDAY, JULY 0, 807 KEPBULlCAif TICK1-.T. Tor Governor. AriAS.03HNEuu. For Lieutenant , Ooytrnor. ror Jndp-U the -nprnrae Conn. Tor Attorney General. TTKAN'lt MON.NKTT. Kor Treasurer. r . SAMUEL CAVVHEI.T,. For School iVrcnmliH'.oner, FoA.m KSS&ii Public W,k. CUAKLKS A. CABLK 0( Athens. AXXOUXCEMIINTS. VOn BErilESESIATIVn. vnimtnTrAiiitu- I will fci a candidate for lenntIon.Snb3eCU " W Mc JromWasnlnRton County, wW?"" tbe "m of the Uerubllcan county convention. rnrmn T.eATiEii: Please announce that In comrtlSSre with t...

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 July 1897

Unequaled Wo propose to conduct during this month a clear nnco sale of shoes that for prices and seasonable foot wear was never before equaled. You will see in thiB sale High Shoes and Oxfords worth anywhere from $.2 to $3 for as low us 50 cents. Wo mean just what we say. (59 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER MONDAY. JULY G, 1007 LOST HER DAUGHTER rrleit M'Iifii a Child niul rmiiul Her n Mnrr Wmiinii. llu.NTi.NOTON, Intl., July a. Mr. and Mrs. Milt Mirock, of Cass county, scp united 20 yenrtf ngo, nnd the husband toolc their littlo daughter nnd disap peared, vowing that tho mother and child never again should be united. Mrs. Shrock, after a wearisome search, was forced to abandon hope, und, as tlnio passed, alio mnrrled Hiram Hen derson, df Fulton county, a prosperous farmer, ltecentl.y while Mrs Hender son was visitinir in C.iss county, somu one spoke of tho marrhigo of a Mt4s j Shroclf, and upon this clew Mri Hen derson instituted ahoMitr sc.woh, , which disclosed that Iicr daughter had i gio...

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 July 1897

,K l 'JS P I I m -JK m fi i r ,f I w if f f 5 4ff I' ! I lit fli l !fv I r h fh I r CR in ri fc; u W M I f t i r : m m A -' ! n it HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SLAEI (Store Closed Monday and Tuesday, July Bth and Oth.) Commencing Wednesday, July the 7th, 1897, And Continuing until Saturday even ing, July U4th. A Seventeen Days' Sale of the Gzeatest Bargains and Lowes', Prices Eycr offered in this city. Xot a sale of old Roods as is used at such --ales, but Uew, Fresh, tip-Tc-dnte Style", pur chased from the leading1 houses and factories in the United States, especial ly for this, great sale Our customers ltnotv from past experience x hen w& inale a sale it means great values fur them. And as our business increases every year, each succeeding sale will have larger stock to select from and greater bargains. Thousands of dollars worth of new goods will be thrown on our counters during the sale and frequent visits are solicited. As everyone knows, the new tariff wi...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 7 July 1897

MARIETTA DAILY T TC?1 A TTYIT'nn VOL'. III. NO. 164. MARIETTA, OHIO, .WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1897. PRICE ONE CEST .( t MORE OUTRAGES Wealthy Cubans Arrested and Hurried Off to Jail. Their Homes Invaded by Troops and Inmate's Shamefully Treated. Fourtoeu Children Arrested nnd Tut In 1'rlson an "Abettors of tho lUbfllliiii" TIih American Culotiy In Cub Iu sulloJ Daily In the Pup en. Ni:w Yoiik, July 0. A dispatch to tho Journal anil Advertiser lrom Ha vana say;.: A caustic editorial in La Vox do Cuba complaining 'of Woyler's illiberal up ' plication of tho political amnesty de cree in commemoration of the king's birthday, has brought to the newspa per prompt suppression. The pub lisher has been fined and the editor is under .arrest. Tho Madrid pictorial paper, ISlunco Y Negro, has been ex cluded from circulation in Cuba on ac count of its reproduction of American caricatures ridiculing Weyler's recon struction policy. Miss Wilbcrforcu, tho llritish lied Cross delogatc, recently arrived in...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 7 July 1897

? j? MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Established imI. GEORGE M. COOKC, EDITOU, ASSOCIATE. JOUNW.LANStiBV. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam street auu Muskingum Avenue. Tblepuoxd No. wn win consldor It a eroat fnvor If subscribers will roport anv failure to uet their Ueador. or any careless ness on tho part oi tne carrier. ftuhncrlbors will pleaso not pay h rnrrinr unless tho carrier punches his crodlt tog In subscrlb er's presonco. WEDNESDAY. JULY 7, IOD7 nm'Uiu.ic.vN TICKUT. For Governor. ASAh UOSHNELI.. For Lieutenant Governor, ASA W. .IOSES. For.Judce of tho supreme Court, JALOI1 BUHKUTT. For Attorney Uerei al. FICANK MONNKTT. For Treasurer. SAMUEL. CAMPBELL. For School CotnmMoner, L. V. BONBHRAKE For Member of Board of rubllc rk-. C. A. OODDAKu. , , For "tate Senator Mh-lUh District. .10HN II. Ill LEY. of Wushluftnn. CHAKLi:S A CABLE of Athen-. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOIt REPRESENTATIVE. cnrmi intini' twin hfi a candidate for renomlnatlon for Representative of Was...

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 July 1897

Onequaled. Wo propose to conduct during this month a clear ance salo of shoes that for prices and seasonable foot wear was never before equaled. You will seo in tliis salo High Shoes and Oxfords worth anywhere J'rom $2 to $3 for as low as 50 ceuts. We mean just what we say. a1 sr Discussions By The Wayside cannot help you to a proper selection of a bicycle be-r, fitted for your particular need-. Different riders have different fads and prejudices and the only person compet ent to glvo advice is the unbiassed dea ler. We will sell you only what you want or tell you why we cannot suit you, BIQ FOUR CYCLE CO , I 10 Front Street. Warmer Weather' ' leads to thoughts of cooler clothing. Wo have a splendid line of very swell serges, crashes. Drop Dote, etc.. "in all colors. Could not bo duplicated for move than one-third more than we arc asking, and for ap pearance, make and durability these goods are the equal of anything you have over worn. We are offering our entire line of Men's, lloys...

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 July 1897

vk m &U 1 IB 4& HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SLAE! (Store Closed Monday and Tuesday, July SthandGth.) CommenciDg Wednesday, July the 7th, 1897, And Continuing until Saturday even ing, July 21th. A Seventeen Days' Sale of the Greatest Bargains and Lowest Prices Eyer offered iu this city. Xot a sale of old tfoods as is used at such sales, but New, Fresh, Up-To-date Styles, pur chased from the leading houses and fiintnrlfls in the t'oi ted States, especial-! ly for this great sale. Our customers Icnow from past experience when we inalie a sale it means great values for them. And as our business increases every year, each succeeding sale will have larger stock to select from and greater bargains. Thousand of dollars worth of new goods will bo thrown on our counters during the sale and frequent visits are solicited. As everyone knows, the now tariff will eauso a great advance in the prices of many goods. We offer this opportunity to you to supply your Wardrobes,...

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 July 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEAD ER. VOL. III. NO. 165 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT NINE KILLED And Five Severely Injured in a Boiler Explosion. The Wounds of Somo of the Injured Likely to Prove Fatal. Some of ttio Victims Wars Mangled Be yond Recognition Uue Man's Head lllown Away and It Missing Tho V, ilollor lllown In Every Direction. , Hartsville, Tonn., July 7. A frightful boiler explosion occurred on the form of W. A. Allen, in the Tenth district of this county, Tuesday after noon, by which nine people were in stantly killed and flvu badly Injured. The dead are: W. A. Allen, James Al len, Lindsey Allen, Mock Tunstill, Asa Barr, Porter Averitt, Bolton, Len Barksdnlo, Will Allen, 'lho lutteruvo were Negroes. The wounded are: Calhoun Stone, leg broken in two places; George Dice, badly scalded and mangled, will die; John Foley, colored, badly mangled, will die; Albert Haley, colored, badly injured, may recover; Sam Wheeler, colored, log broken. Air. Allen and his men ...

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 July 1897

V b1 irtv IV Ci Aft! W.tW! i if ;n 'C SX0 9K. . Htft- s ?3if. ti 51 $, K mi II, i iff M ii.i I 88 M fill 9' tm a: bi jf IJtf-iff'f Bf Sif I? il T. i IO.E s 15 I p ,'K vi 1,1ft M?P ? 'I Lfl ! l .Ill fa & a Ml I' I" ill JlT r: h' KW VM v. s I ) "MARIETTA DAILY LEADER KRTABUSHttl lSl. ESTADUSHttl OKORGE M. COOKE, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. tniiM W. L.ANSLEY, PubUsbed every day except Sunday, , rt tbe Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue, Wo will consider It a great iv. & bars will report any ta.luro ?o S?"holr tender, or any careless ne on the part of tho corrler. Subscribers will Ploaf narrP,or r's presence. -- THURSDAY. JULYS, 1897 A .. I llEl'UHI.lO.VN TICKI'T. For Lieutenant Governor, ror'jonunreme Court, For Attorney Uenei ul. FKANK MONNETT. For Treasurer. .,. T SAMUEL CAVPBLLL. For School Commissioner. FoemofSlSpu.l.cWcrU, AVSaUtoVV&.llth District. IOHN 11 RILEY, of Washington. CHARLES A CABLE, ot Allien,. ANNOUNCEMENTS. roil RKHIF.SUSTATIVK. EP.TpBLEAV:.n:l"nH...

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 July 1897

Unequaled We propose to conduct during this month a clear ance sale of 6hoes that for 'prices and seasonable foot wear was uever before equaled. You will see in this sale High Shoes and Oxfords worth anywhere from $2 to $3 for as low as 50 cents. We mean just what wo say. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY. JULY 8, IBB7 HOW IT WAS DONE. Discussions By The Wayside cannot help you to a proper selection of u bicycle best fitted for your particular needs. Different riders have different fads and prejudices and the only person compet ent to Rive advice is the unbiassed dea ler. We will sell you only what you want or tell you why we cannot suit you. BIG FOUR CYCLE- CO , I 19 Front Stroet. Morgan County too CuunuIIy to Announce Ixcrs' Nitiuo nnil 'Washington County Doeit tlio Work. The McConnelsvillo Herald contains the following brief statement of how Morgan and Washington counties threw down Hugh Oormloy, the Stools port hoy, at the Democratic Senatorial convention Tuesday: Judge Wright,...

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 July 1897

I HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SLAE! (Store Closed Monday and Tuesday, July Oth and Oth.) Commencing Wednesday, July the 7th, 1897, And Continuing until Saturdiiy even ing, July 24th. A Seventeen Days' Sale of the Greatest Bargains and Lowest Prices Ever offered in this city. Not a salo of old goods as is used at such sales, but New, Fresh, Up-To-dato Styles, pur chased from the leading houses and factories in the United States, especial ly for this great sale. Our customers know from past experience when we maltc a salo it means great values for them. And as our business increases every year, each succeeding salo will have larger stock to select from and greater bargains. Thousands of dollars worth of new goods will be thrown on our counters during the salo and frequent visits are holicited. As everyone Knows, the new tariff will cause a great advance in the prices ot many goods. We offer this opportunity to you to supply your Wardrobes, House Furnishings, China C...

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. — 9 July 1897

DETTA DAILY 1 aWa JjL3 JrL Jj$jL-ZilLJir VOL.. III. NO. 16G if MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1897 PRIOE ONE CENT IN A FORTNIGHT It is Believed That the East Will Be Ablaze Again. The Porte Can Not Accept the Peace Propositions of the Powers. , ' " sdfi Orders IIhvb Ilcen l'ropnred y'fnfcjHho Turkish Troop to Advalio'. l.r'-ii.-n- erj In CiMidtrtiitlnoplB ArMAri" Ter. rur uf u OeiieruLJIIb"sacre. iMSBtm, July S. Tho is reason to believe that the east will be ablaze again within a fortnight. The portc has declared in plain terms that it can not accept the peace proposition of tho powers. Instead, the sultan insists, upon a "iiibstautial cession of territory from Greece, as well as a war indemni ty. (Jrders have been prepared for tho Turkish troops to adauce and will bo issued in a few days, unless the powers back down. "I will dictate my own terms In Ath ns," the hultan is reported to h.ive de clared. Foreigners in Constantinople are in terror of a general massacre in which Armenian...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 9 July 1897

-fjmm-fvpiTi V WWWM"I i ' U- !.. - - ! t sir. V fr. . i.? ri)a 1 , r 1 1 'r . r f j H" ? 4 f I &- K I K 1 il TJ i 4 1, v I V I' ife n MARIETTA DAILY LEADER KSTABLHnnD 1S41. GEORCJE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Tklkpiione No. Wo will consider It a groat favor if subscribers will report any failure to ot their Leader, or any careloss ness on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unless tho carrlor punches his credit tag In subscrib er's prcoonco. FRIDAY, JULY O, 1807 JluriTIIMCAN TICKET. For Governor. . AdAS UUSHNEI.t. For Lieutenant Governor, As AW .lO.N'Eii ror Judffe or th iiipremu Court, JAC0HHUHKB1T For Attorney lieneral. PHANK MONNETT For Treasurer. SAMUEL OAMl'UELU For school Commissioner, 1'or Member of Hotrd of Public ttcrlc, C.A.OODHARI) ., , For state senator 'iiti-Hth District. .JOHN H KIL.EY, of Wmhinetnn CHAKLEb A CAHLE of At...

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. — 9 July 1897

1 I Unequaled. We propose to conduct during this month a clear ance sale of shoes that for prices and seasonable foot wear was uever before equaled. You Avill see in this sale High Shoes and Oxfords worth anywhere from $2 to $3 for as low us 50 cents. We mean just what we say. Discussions By The Wayside cannot help you to a proper selection of a bicycle best fitted for your particular needs. Different riders have different fads and prejudices and the only person compet ent to give advice is tho unbiassed dea ler. We will sell you only what you want or tell you why wo cannot suit you. BIG FOUR CYCLE CO , I 10 Front Street. You can take Things Easy When vou come to us to buy your clothing. All you have to do Is to Dick out vour selection and see how it looks on you. It will fit vou. It will look well on you. You have your eyes to tell you that tho quality of the goods is high class and the finish as good as high priced tailor.ng can make it. While ow prices have always been lowest 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. — 9 July 1897

.vw-f'-cr. t VmfHpnjK9 1 ,' V (' o fo 0 HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SLAE! (Store Closed Mnndav nnd Tuesday, July 5th and Oth.) Commencing Wednesday, July the 7th, 1897, Ami Continuing until Saturday even ing, July 24 th. A Seventeen Days' Sale of the Greatest Bargains and Lowest; Prices Eyer offered in this city. Not a sale of old goods as is used at such sales, but Now, Fresh, Up-Tc-date Styles, pur chased from the leading houses and factories in the United States, especial ly for this great sale. Our customers know from past experience when we maUe a sale it means great values for them. Andasfour busings increases every year, each succeeding sale will have larger stock to select from and greater bargains. Thousands of dollars worth of new poods will be thrown on our counters duriug the sale and frequent visits are solicited. As everyone knows, the new tariff will eauso a great advance in "the prices of many goods. We offer this opportunity to you to supply your ...

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