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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 10 July 1897

I V I? I i . a VOL. III. !N"0. 167 MARIETTA, OniO, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1897. PRICE OXE CENT . '. v - 1 (Mrft MABIETTA DAILY IJEABTKR JUL Am JX Jra uJr 13 J IS . CAREER ENDED. Senator Isham G. Harris, of Tennessee, Expires. A Man Prominently Identified With the History of This Country. ConcrxMlonal Career llosrnn Etr.ter Than Any Member of Either House. Ante ilntlnc THorrell and Shinnon by U Seven Yeara nntl Grow One Year. Washington, July 9. Senator Isham Q. Harris, of Tennessee, died at his homo in this city late Thursday after noon. Probably no man in public life had been identified with more of the his tory of this country than had Senator llarris. He had almost completed his 79th year, having been born in Febru ary, ISIS, and first became a member of congress in 1819. His congressional career thus began earlier than that of any member of either house, ante dating Senators Morrill and Sherman by seven years and Hon. Galusha A. Grow, now a member of the house from Pennsylvania by 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. — 10 July 1897

W'ZwwffiTlVl'i"Wiiftff( ;, 0 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER aAAm""" .-- OEOIUJE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LA.NSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOOIATU, Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue No. 3. TKUtrilONE Wo will consider It a groat favor If auboorlbors will roport any tailuro to uottholr Leader, or any caroless nesson tho part of the carrier- Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless tho carr or punches his credit tag In subscrib er's prosonco. SATURDAY. JULY IO. 1897 KEPUHMCAN TICKUT. Tor Governor AsAS IIU3HNELI. For Lleutenint Go eriior, A&AW.IONE&. For Jiulee of the supreme Com' JAtOHUUHKhlT For Attorney General. FRANK MONNETT. For lreaurcr. SAMUEL. CAMPBELL For School Commissioner, FormbMrHoVrdVl Public Wcrlts C A. GOUUAHU For Hite Sfuatordth Uth IMstrlct. .KMN II KILEY ot Washington CHAULLfa A CABLE ol Athene ANMUNcirui:TS. FOH BEmtSENTATn t EDITOR Leadkh I 111 Tb,e a candifl at n for renomlnatlon for Rerre'entath e of ashlnf, ton Cou...

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. — 10 July 1897

SESZSSSSEESraSESSS -Tj"T"ywwi'"W,lWwj UnepM We propose to conduct during this month a clear ance sale of shoes that for prices and seasonable foot wear was never before equaled. You will see in this sale High Shoes and Oxfords worth anywhere from $2 to $3 for as low as 50 ceuts. Wo mean just what we say. 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, JULY IO, 1807 MRS. ELIZABETH CLEMENGER. Died nf OnntrltU Knrly Friday Morning After n Short Illness. The death of Mrs. F. J. Clemenger, forshadowed la Friday's Leader, oc curred Friday morning at her home on Second street. Uecased whs taken 111 about a week before with acute gas tritis and sank rapidly to the end. She was 45 years of age and leayes a husband and two sons. The funeral will occur this (Saturday) afternoon and the remains will be taken to her old home in Pennsylvania for burial. Mrs. Clemenger removed here with her husband about a year and a half ago and during her residence in Mari etta attracted to her u wide circle of friends and ...

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. — 10 July 1897

Sr r- J "I ,H r 3 ft- ir r It I $ f i- tl Uf E 7VHrmir-tH9 V it : ' m u HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SLAB! (Store Closed Monday an" Tuesday, July 5th and Oth.) Commencing Wednesday, July the 7th, 1897, And Continuing until Saturduy even iuj, July 21th. A Seventeen Days' Sale of the Greatest Bargains and Lowest, Prices Eyer offered in this city. Not a sale of old ffoodb as is used at Mich sales, but New, Fresh, Up-To-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 mahe a sale it means great values for them. And as our business increases every year, each succeeding sale will havu 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 will cause a great advance in the prices of many goods. We offer this ...

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. — 12 July 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER VOL. III. NO. 1G8 MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, JULY 12. 1897. PRICE ONE CENT UN G0UJNC1L Labor Leaders of the Country Assemble at Pittsburgh. Nearly Evary Branch of Organized Labor Was Represented. An Kffort to II IMmle on the Tart nf Tlioo i'reaent tn Secure the Co-operation unit Practical Aid nf Oraniz! I.bor , fur the e-tmvcllnir Miuern. Vittshuiigu, l'a , July 10. The greatest gathering" of labor leaders that ever assembled in this country during a national strike was held in this city Friday night to devise means to assist the miners in their contest for increased wages. The conterence was called suddenly, but tho officials responding represented nearly every branch ol organized labor in the United States. Tilt! conference was fixed for 10 o'clock Friday morning, nt tho Motion gahcla house, but owing to the deten tion of President Kntchford, who missed connection and did not reach Pittsburgh until alter 0 o'clock Friday evonlng, it wus nearly 0 o'clock before t...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 12 July 1897

V All . f ' t k I tit MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABU'Sliau iroi. GEORGE M. COOKE, JO UN W. LAWSLEY, EDITOR ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Loader nmUlng, ruwam atreew "" Muskingum Avenue. No. Telephone Wo will consider It n groat lavor if subscribers will report any tailuro to cot tholr Leodor. or any caroloss- nooson tho part ouno cur.. . Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unm& .." -"" punches his credit tag in 8uu" or's presence. MONDAY, JULY 12, 1807 KKrUIIMCAN TICKET. For Governor. ASAb UUSHN'ELL For Lieutenant Gmernur, ASA V. JON'Es. For .ludze of the Mipreme Com t, JACOHUUKKBrr For Attorney Genirnl. FRANK MOSNETT. For Treasurer. .... SAMUEL CAMPBELL. For School Commissioner, For MnmberoIBoarrtof Public Wcrlts. C. A. UODUAKu. For state senator tUh-Hth District. .I0I1N II RILEY, of WnhlnfStnn. CHARLES A OAIILE, iif Athens. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOlt KKPRCEKTATIVB. Editou LEABEK- I will b a ci in 1"' f0 renomlnatlonforjteprentative of a5hln ton County su...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 12 July 1897

(t Applied vory forcibly to our store Saturday last. But fact is, we had so many attrac tive offerings in QUAE" at such ridicu- wllUE.w lously low prices that you couldn't keep the people out. But come again, and don't wait till Saturday, for we're now making out some addi tional lots that will be just as attractive. We're making room for new goods f we have to give them away, fcsee bills. 0 0 & w -7 f I ti it r &Jrt&' .rttS1' 59 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 onl3' person compet ent to civo advice is the unbiassed dea ler. We will sell you only what you want or tell you why wo cannot suit you. DIC FOUR CYCLE CO., I 19 Front Street. mt V j nr urr PtUfCT V 7 M rr- VS w Tcicw p fr. im , j You can takQ Things Easy When you como to us to buy your clothing. All you have to do is to nick out. your selection and see how it looks on y...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 12 July 1897

& -$ vX VJ n i H i '1 r?f ti v !' n 5 . w IV T,, k:a wi A U il &Ml f ?B jf1' : . ' A t M i Tt HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING . SALE! (Store Closed Mnndar and Tuesday, July 3th and Oth. k Commencing Wednesday, July the 7th, 1897, And Continuing until Saturday even ing July 2lth. A Seventeen Days' Sale of the Greatest Bargains and Lowest Prices Ever offered in this city. Not a sale of old (rood's as is ubed at such sales, but New, Fresh, Up-To-dato Styles, pur chased from the lcidlns houses nud factories, in tho United States, especial ly for ti,u rreat sale. Our customers know from past eperionee when we maUe a sale it means great values for them. And as our business increases every year, each succeeding sale will haie larger stock to select from and greater bargains. Thousands of dollar-, worth of new goods will be thrown on our counters duriug the bale and frequent visits are solicited. As everyone knows, the new tariff will cause a great advance in the pric...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 13 July 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. . VOL. III. NO. 1G9 MARIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY JULY 13. 1897. PRICE ONE CEST A FORECAST f Business in the Congress During the Present Week. Tho General Deficiency Bill Will ' Considered in the Senate. Be Tlif Deposition Is to Do Uttlo In tho Way of Uoneral liDffUlatton Outside or Fin Isnlng Up tlm Tariff Hill Hid Con ferees Mar Ileport TuurBday. Washington, July 12. Beyond tho fact that the general deficiency appro priation bill probably will bo passod und that tho sonata will stand ready to take up tho tariff bill at any time that a report may be brought in by tho conference committee, little can be predicted of the course of events in tlie senate during the present week. Tlio disposition is to do little in tho way of general legislation, and there is a proposition under consideration by the leaders of the two sides of the chamber to adopt the plan now in vouue in the house for bitting only every third day after the deficiency bill shall have been disposed of. T...

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. — 13 July 1897

V j'Ed WI : 11 ItVWI laie M ur & IK b M '4 J :n ; 5! v uv :-; ;r. - : f li i r I 'tf m m m m f : V i f VI . T I Lit. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER "" ESTABLISHED iWl. QEORQE M.COOKE, JtlllN W. L.VNSLEY, r.niTOR. ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, i rt the Leader Building. Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. S. TELEPHONE ... u.. i omnt tavor If 8r9c" bers win rVpo any tajluro to SS?tholr Lotodor. or any careless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay tho carrlors unless .the c arror punches his credit tag In subscrlb- era prosoncu TUESDAY. JULY 13, 1897 t KErum.ic.vN TICKI'.T. For Governor. - ASAb 1IUHNEL,U For Lieutenant Governor, ASA V .IONEsi For Jndee of the pupreme Court, JACOB UUKKIilT. FrSArMUELrCAMl'UELL. For school foroinls-lpner, ."iSSao-fPubllcW.rU.. ForV'tenalorlKn-Mth District. lOHN II RILEY, ot Washington CHARLES A UABLB of AtneiH. ANNOUNCEMENT'-. FOU REPRESENTATIVE. Convention. " UnlenSeK S?cU0See "vllfof the Republican ounty " on v...

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. — 13 July 1897

"WW '4 ' (( Applied very forcibly to our store Saturday last. But fact is, we had so many attrac tive offerings in QUflPQ at such ridicu- OllUfcO lously low prices that you couldn't keep the people out. But come again, and don't wait till Saturday, for we're now making out some addi tional lots that will be just as attractive. We're making room for now goods if wo havo to give them away. See bills. (f&S M .1 jJtiT yei n j it stus j v i ri m a a & .v MlMf" -.Hav irft r" 159 9II1PH Discussions By Tho 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 give advice is the unbiassed dea ler. We will sell you only what you want or tell you why we cannot suit you. BIC FOUR CYCLE CO., I 10 Front Street. V3 1 "-i MARIETTA DAILY LEADER TUESDAY. JULY 13, 1807 LOUISE C. MEANS. Dcntli Occurred Monitny Morning at tlio Home nf Her Daughter. Mrs. Louise C. Moan...

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. — 13 July 1897

I 1? at ' ) wv i y HT rV'yn t-j .lSrffi..a1r-?fWoTffeg t agf, Wig .h jj , .rvffgegy yff- afi mMmt.j rTflf iTVjr vft ss'vn fcs 9. 1 H si ll tf ' . ( I: "1 J : ! ' c l n lo i Atout the Doings of the Largest and Busiest Store in the City. These hot days people care and think very little about Bargains, as it takes nil the energy out of thein trying to be comfortable. But Bargains are Bar pains and must be taken while they nro going. They will not wait for us and must be looked after "Make hay while the sun shines" is not not more true. This week we continue our ex traordinary offerings. Wool is 40 per cent higher than one year ago, and goods must advance. Wo offer woolens and all kinds of goods now at less prices than ever known. Lawns at 2c, Sc and 5c a yd. tv in the newest pattern;, at Dim!. 5c yd, Lawns at 5c yd, worth 15c. All sum. mer dress goods at about X and h regular prices. Groat Cuts in the prices of Muslin Underwear the newest and prettiest styles prices away down for the 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. — 14 July 1897

o wm : Mmr.JirJTiTv. VOL. III. NO. 170 MABIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897. PJftlOE ONE CENT imm MARIETTA T A IT V JLrJzJJLi JL 1am1ujLPJBajq LIGHTNING , Strikes a Tent in the State Militia Camp at Peekskill. Corporal Killed and Many Other Soldiers Badly Hurt. Tho I)aatt Man Hail Just SlRnoit a Letter to Ills Fiance "Youra Till D-Ktli, Jim," H'linu the Unit Cumo lia Was to Do Murrlucl Soon. New Yojik, July 13. Lightning struck the militia camp at Pcokskill Monday afternoon, selecting tho Y. M. C. A. tent as its object. One man was killed and many others were badly hurt. An instant after the bolt de scended tho tent was down and in Haines. A general alarm was sounded, and the guardsmen and ambulance corps came at double quick. Almost everj' man under the .canvass was shocked by the lightning. Corporal J. J. McDonald, of Company A, '2'id regi ment, New York, was dead. A dozen men were uuciiuscious. The body of Corporal McDonald was the Urst taken from tho mass of ruins. The surge...

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. — 14 July 1897

' i qrmW:&' V U n s B & SV .u '? t I1 R 4 i i j- $ & IKf. i K K7 IT. ft vnTraim TATTV T.ATIRT? MARIETTA DAILY lj&iUJMt. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOUN W. LANSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Pnbllsbcd eTery day except Suntlay. at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. So. Tklkmionk . ur if Wowlllconoldorltagroattavo f Btibscrlbers will report any ta lure to et tholr Loader, or any careless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless thn carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. WEDNESDAY. JULY I 4. 1397 iiEruiiucAJf ticket. For CoTornor. ASAS HUSHNELLi Tor Lieutenant Governor, ASAW .lONEa. For Jnde of the supreme Coui ... JACOB BUKKErT. For School Commissioner, For'illemberol UoardoV Public Wirks. C A. OODLAKtl. For StatB Senator mh-14th District. JOHN H. KII.EY. ot Washington. CHARLES A CABLE, of Athens. ANNOUNCEMENTS. for representative. ED.xoa Lkadfk- I will be fcafltolor r-noiulnatlon for "Vftf the county f...

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. — 14 July 1897

V .'' t II M Applied very forcibly to our storo Saturday last. But fact is, wo had so many attrac tive offerings m at such ridicu lously low prices that you couldn't keep the people out. But come again, and don't wait till Saturday, for we'ro now mnking out some addi tional lots that will be just as attractive. We're making room for new goods if we havo to give them away. See bills. 159 .jSk.. BtggttwMHwarg; ffsBBRS MARIETTA DAILY LEADER WEDNESDAY. JULY 14, 1807 46TH ANNUAL FAIR OI the WmliliiBton County Agricultural nml Meclinnlcnl Association. Thu premium l'sts lor the 1S07 exhi bition of tho Washington County Pair Assoclutlon hayo been issued and may be secured from the Secretar ', Mr. .1. C. Urennn. Tho Fair this year is thu 4Cth annual exhibition and will beheld on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Septsrabcr 14th to 17th. The Directors arc usiug every endeuvor to make it tho most successful in the Association's history, with splendid prospects of success. The speed comm...

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. — 14 July 1897

yy Oua-i "T-. mmmm li:- fK f b ill t About the Doings of the Largest and Busiest Store in the City. Those hot days people- care and think very little about Bargains, as it takes all the enerfry out of them trying to be comfortable. But Bargains are Bar pains and must be taken while they uro going. They will not wait for us and must be looked after. "Make hay while the sun shines" is not not more true. This week we continue our ex traordinary offerings. Wool is -10 per cent higher than one year ago, and goods must advauce. We offer woolens and all kinds of goods now at less prices than ever known. Lawns at 2c, !!e and 5c a yd. Dimi. ty in the newest patterns at fie yd, Lawns at 5c yd, worth 15c. All sum. mcr dress poods at about X and i regular prices. Great Cuts in the prices of Muslin Underwear the newest and prettiest btyles prices away down for the sale. Ribbons, Laces and Embroideries just received from the importers and the Factories. Never such low prices. Wide fine valeueiene...

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. — 15 July 1897

TS 'firi lead: rs . Hc VOL. III. NO. 17 L MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1S97. PRICE ONE CENT MARIETTA TrR STRIFE BEGUN. Belgian Strikers and Other For eigners in Danville District Attack a Lot of Colored 'Miners With Different Kinds of Weapons. Shots Were Fired Wounding 8vrl of the Htrlknr.c I, itnr tho btrluurc Attacked a Train Carrying; Wurklnc Miners to tho City several Mints Ifirccl. TKiinn Haute, Ind., July 14. A special to tho Express rum Danville, 111., says: Strife between tho miners commenced In this district Tuesday night. About 400 or 000 Belgian strikers and other foreigners gathered at the Pawnee mine and when u cage full of colored miners who had been at work reached the top of tho shaft they were assaulted with difTor ont kinds of weapons, home using knives and others staves. Onu of tho colored minora secured a bar o. iron undaievolver and defended his life. Shots were lirod, wounding several strikers. This infuriated tho striking miners and they retaliated by an...

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. — 15 July 1897

w?nwwnw55l(go9i jK. j m J n MARIETTA DAILY LEADER KSTAUUSI1AIJ lMla GEORGE M. COOKE, EDITOR, JOHN W. LANSLEY, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at tbo Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TttLKPUOSK No. Wo will consldor It a groat favor If subscribers will report anv failure to not their Loader, or any carole3S noss on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will ploaoo not pay tho carriers unless thn carr or punchos his credit tag In subscrlb or's prosonco. THURSDAY, JULY 15, ISC7 KEl'UKI.ICA" TICKET. For Governor. ASAS UUSHNELL For Lieutenant Governor, AbA W. JOSES. For Jndge of tho -"upreme Court. JALOH HUKKETT For Attorney ijeuernl. FRANK IIONSETT. For Treasurer. SAMUEL CAMPBELL. For fachool Coramltaloner, L D UONK11KA1CE For Member of Boird ot Public cuts. C. A.GOD1MKJ , , . For 'tatc Senator Hlh-Uth Dtstrlrt. .lOHN H IU LEY. of WashlUKtnn CHARLES A CABLE, of Athene. ANNOUNCEMENTS. foii RErnESEMATTVE. Editor Leadeu: I will be a candidate for renomlnatlo...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 15 July 1897

ttl II Applied very forcibly to our store Saturday last. But fact is, wo had so rnauy attrac tive offerings in Q'MnipQ at such ridicu- wll lotisly low prices that you couldn't keep the people out. But come again, and don't wait till Saturday, for we're now making out pome addi tional lots that will be just as) attractive. We're making room for new goods if we havo to give them away. See bills. 0 fids i1 s !59 tl9t-lSJ5J ffA. ' it oWr 4 The Best Man Wins" sometimes. Ilia winnings would be the exjeption rather tlian the rule, if li's bicycle was an inferior one. The bicycles we want to sell you are built for out-and-out service just as much as they are built for speed. You buy one of our wheels and you get your money's worth. B!C FOUR CYCLE CO., I 19 Front Street. I M'Jj siW& .JSSt-. ., MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY. JULY 16, 1397 AT BUCKEYE-EUREKA PARK. Jinny Ilunilrcila Will Knjny nn Outing Toilny. If the weather man is doing business on the square this will ba an ideal day for...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 15 July 1897

i- tff Bit i fe a1 foW f I !l 1 u 1 ill :f !'! IJ-r ft f f J R? 11 About the Doings of the Largest and Busiest Store in the City. These hot days people care and think very little about Bargains, as It takes all the energy out of them trying to bo comfortable. But Bargains are Bar pains and must be taken while they a.-.-o (roing. They will not wait for us und must be looked after. "Make hay while the sun shines" is not not more true. Thin week we continue our ex traordinary offerings. Wool is 40 per cent higher than one year ago, and poods must advance. Wo offer woolens and all kinds of goods now at less prices than ever known. Lawns at 2Mc, 3c and 5c a yd. Dlml. ty in the newest patterns at 5c yd, Lnwna at 5c yd, worth ISc. All sum mer dress goods at about h, and h regular prices. Great Cuts in the prices of Muslin Underwear the newest and prettiest btyles-prices away down for the sale. Ribbons, Lacos and Embroideries just received from the importers and the Tactories. Sever such lo...

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