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

PWfy MARIETTA DAILY VOL. III. KO. 1ST MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1897 PKICE OXE CEK.T I iriiilTl T LEADER. l MODIFICATION Of a Recent Letter of Instruction Sent to Collectors. ' Packages of Tobacco Having Promise, Advertisement or OfLr of Gifr, Kward or 1'rlT.o Am Subject to 8etzure, Under tlii- Xi-w Turin, Hut No SKlznrn Wl.l lie Made Until tin. Di-pirt-, luelit Llelurniltitg thu Question. Washington, Aug. 2. A modifica tion of thu recent circular of instruc tions to collectors of internal revenue bus been made und will bo sent out Monday. Theso instructions declared thui all packages of smoking tobacco, l.ni cut chewing tobacco, or cigarettes containing m'ticles prohibited by sec tion ten of the new tariff act or hav ing such articles ntttuched or connect ed therewith, or advertising any prom. so or offer of gift, reward, or prize, contrary to the provision of the new act, are hubject to seizure. The new order directs that all viola tions of this section of the act bo re p...

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 August 1897

-1 H r i I?: M I ! ft Iv MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED lWJli rjEORQE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LA.NSLBY, EDITOtt, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. 8. Telephone Wo will consldor It n sroat fnvor If BUbscrlbors will report any tailuro to cot tholr Loader, or any careless ness on tho part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay tho carriers unless thn carrier punches hln credit tag In subscrib er's presence. TUESOAY. AUCUST3, 1897 ItCfOIJl.lCAN TICKET. For Governor. ASAb UUSHNF.l.I. For Lieutenant Governor, ASAW..IOSES. For Jndee of the nupreme Court. JACOB UUKKBl'T. For Attorney Ueoeriil. I'ltANK MONNETT. For Treasurer. ... SAMUKECAMPnEI.I.. for School Commissioner, for Meaner of Hoard of Public uH. ForatBCL"n.!torIUh-l1lhplMrlot. JOHN II. Utl.KY, of Wiihln(?ton. CHAhLEb A CABLE, of Allien,. CITY AFFAMtSi. UNlir.AI.THY YVATrjR. The qua'.ity of our city water is ue inp criticized daily. Last year we feared...

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 August 1897

'x : --tr ri ivifo-fr vt t ft--fj;S' V -; q) in-.-, x -vTH No Fate or :Mo SHOES Riiniiii(r 13 Was our last Month's Riddance sale of as all those who participated in it can attest. We had just what we advertis ed and your palronage pave us the BIGGEST JULY SALES we ever had. NOW FOR AUGUST we're co ins; to bend our oH'orls to Mill GREATER SUOOKSS, and to clean up our stock you're- (zoing to strike some AWFULLY BIG BARGAINS ii'you come in and Look Us Over. DONTSTAY AT HOME and expect us to bring them 1" you WE UAVENT GOT TIME. V 159 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, IOB7 PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Do Too Wait a 0 wa Caught On A Camera. What a charm the net thiit this is possible has lent to life! Do you wish to while nwuy some of the Mitumer hour-, in ilia practice of the ohotiiirraplier's an'.' If you do, we keep the camera you want. CRAIG T - Mirielta piLuie I!!' STABBED IN THE SIDE. Tim Aflrny lit lU-nN Itnn Not mi SitIoiim iim Reported. .Sheriff MoCalllster returned Moudtiy from K...

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 August 1897

wmFTt "?!"-' --rrT,r-Sr7Sri m :alThasl! Our Good S For this week wo will finish up all the ends and odds of our GREAT BARGAIN SALE juat ended. Hundreds of pieces und remnants lofc must be sold this week. Don't forget that many of these Bargains you will go right out and pay double as much as we will aBk you. These are not old unsaleable goods, but NEW and Seas onable stuff that ydu can use right now. SEE! SEE! riNENS Goods for all the year, but now wo have them uway under import ers' prices. Table Linens, Kaplcins, Towels .to. Come and jjet them at the Lowest Prices yet made. WASH GOODS- Kmls at end prices 2c. Se, jc and 5c yd. Never Mich prices. They ate yours if you come boon for them. CAltPHTS Pome romnnnK It! yds.. 10 yds. and 'JO; yds and other lengths and remnant prices. One piece of ISO yaids All Wool lnt'r.iiu Carpet at liiljf o ii yd. Only one room or pattern to a customer. Keranants in Mattin-ra this week. White Bud (JulHs at itis and .12c. Some of these lot-ure limited an...

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. — 4 August 1897

it MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. III. NO. 188 MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT a THE JAPANESE Would Prefer to Have Hawaii Kept Independent. Yoshibuni Muerota, the Japanese Minister to Mtxco, Fenra That After Annexation to the United Sihih Our Country Count JJot Carry Out Our Pulley of Non-Int r'erencu In ldHturu itr KuropeiKii Affaire. City or Mexico, Aug. 3. In an inter view on the llawnl'.an-Jnpaneso con troversy Yoshibuni Muerota, Japanese minister to Mexico, mado the following statement: "There are many .lapanesu in Hawaii, und they have rights which might be interfered with in the event of annexation. What if the United htatcs respected these rights? In such a case there might be'no objection ,on the part of my government. However Hawaii is now an independent country in the l'aoiilc and .Ia;.un would prefer to have it kept independent. "Kven if the United Mates should carry out their policy of nun inter ference in European or eastern affairs, in case the ...

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 August 1897

$ Q i ft" B fl 1 3. R & ft- 8 t &t t B r MARIETTA DAILY LEADER EBTABUSIUD 1SS1. OEORQE M. COOKE, JOUN W. LANSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone No. 3. We will consldorltagroat favor if subBcrlbors'.wlll report nnY failuro to ot their Loader, or any careless ness on the part of tho carrlor. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unloss tho carrlor punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. WEDNESDAY. AUCUST 4. 1397 KKPimi.lCAN TICKET. For Governor, AsAb HUSHNEM. For Lieutenant Govtmor, ASA W. JONES. For Jndee ot the upreme Court. JACOB HUKKB1T. For Attorney UeDei al. FKANK. MONNETT. For Treasurer. SAMUEL CAMPBELL. Tor School Commissioner, L. V. UONEBKAKE , For Member of Board ot Public crlt. C. A.OODUAKU. For Stain Senator !)lh-l 4lh District . JOHN II KH.EY. of Washington. CHAhLES A CABLE, of Athens. The characteristic of the campaign Senatorial and Gubernatorial in Ohi...

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 August 1897

No Fate Rum nn or or to Was our last Month's TUddanco 6alo of SHOES ns all thoso who participated in it can attest. Wo had just what we advortis' ed and your patronage pave us the BIGGEST JULY SALES wo ever had. NOW FOR AUGUST we're go ing to bend our eilbrts to still GREATER SUCCESS, and to clean up our stock you're going to strike some AWFULLY BIG BARGAINS if you come in and Look Us Over. DONTSTAY AT HOME and expect us to bring them to you WE HAVEN'T GOT TIME. Do ft Wait a Camera Caught On A Camera. What a clmrtn the fact Unit this impossible has lent to life! Do mi wish to w hlle uway some of the summer hours in the practice of the ohotntrr.ipher's art? If yon do, we heep the camera you want CRAIG, The Marietta Picture Man. Recent Reductions in bicycle prices mean that the manufacturers are com ing to their tenses at last. Nothing liior or less. This shows the justice of our Milling wheels at lower prices than other dealer. Our bicycles are every bit as good as any ever made". QI...

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 August 1897

rjP" '"TTrosa Ns I ':.. K 1 mt kfm . n.via.,." fc ' ' t M' U bfK j.i :.& & It 6 1 U $ i' f i I : i i? i f , IS 'M B II? u W i? lir li f U W m j fc-" I aiFl Wl I rk I. It FiiTH ussi ft ' & t f- is? '. p. Ftf' IHL t; urn' 1 1 r' ! '.ALL HAIL! iOur Good-Bye Sale! For this week we will finish up all the ends and odds of our GREAT BARGAIN SALE just ended. Hundreds of pieces and remnants left must be sold this week. Don't forget that many of these Bargains you will go right out and pay double n3 much as we will ask you. These are not old unsaleable goods, but NEW and Seasonable stuff that you can use right now. SEE! SEE! T TNENS Goods for ull the year, but now wo have them away under import ers' prices. Table Linens, Napkins, Towels A-c. Come and Ret them at the Lowest l'riees yet made. WASH GOODS Ends at eud prices 2,'c, 3c, "c and fie yd. Xuyer such prices. They are yours if you come soon for them. CAUl'ETS Some remnants, 12 yds , 1G vds. and 20K vdh and other lengths and re...

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 August 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1897. VOL. III. NO. 189 PRICE ONE CENT i ON THE MARCH. Striking Miners of Davies, Pike and Gibson Counties, Ind., Will Attempt to Close Every Local Mine in Southern Indiana. Thfy Kntoroi the Wooley Mian nnd Drove tllx Milium ill Work Out I. Ike Cuttlr Thry Thrt.iit.-ii d to SuIzh un Air l.lun freight Trulu. Princeton. Ind., Aug. 4. Tlie strik ing miners of Duvles, Pike and Gibson counties have taken tho marching fever, and Tuesday a movement began in which tlicy will attempt to close every coal initio in Southern Indiana. 'J lie march began among the Davies county miners. They invaded l'ike county 1 uosday and have closed the mine at Rodgers and the Wooley mine at Petersburg. It is rupurted hero that the strikers entered the Wooley mine and drove the men at work out like cattle. It is the intention of the strikers to close the Carbon and Ay&hiro mine oast of Oakland City, but it is feared that they will encounter trouble...

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 August 1897

. H-IK- ,4A0"llf V Kli.r v i h m- m m f!T w m u m i&E M!'fc ?,M 1 11 f, r-ei? 8 P I.' m i I! J' i I .v :C ft ' v r r r 7 i lit' Mfr Ik P j 'i ", '. LVul, , t r i ft MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1U1. GEORGE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSI.EY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every ly except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. 3. TEt-KPHONE Wo will consider It a groat favor il aubscrlborslwlll report any failure to Ret their Loador. or any caroloas noss on tho part of tho carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carriers unless tho carr or punches his credit tag In subscrib er's Drooonco. THURSDAY. AUCUSTO. 1007 iii:i'Uhi.ican tickut. For Governor. ASAS HUSIINEI.t,. For Lieutenant Governor. ASA W. .lONES. For Jndee of the supreme Court. JACOH HUKKBTT For Attorney General. FRANK MONNIU'T. For Treasurnr. ...., SAMUEL CAMPIIEI.U For School Coiumlsslctni-r, L. D. 110NEBHAKK For Member o( llo.inl ot Public crks. C. A. GODliAKU. ..... For Stale Senator n...

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 August 1897

T-"' JTT"1 Jo Fate or Hi WaB our last Month's Riddance sale of SHOES as all those who participated in it can attest. We had just what wo advertis ed and your patronage gave us the BIGGEST JULY SALES we ever had. NOW TOR AUGUST we're go ing to bend our efforts lo still GREATER SUCCESS, and to clean up our slock you're going to strike some. AWFULLY BIG BARGAINS if you come in and Look Us Over. DONT STAY AT HOME and expect us to bring them to you WE HAVEN'T GOT TIME. li Of, Do Tub Wait a Camera Cauirht On A Camera. What a charm the fuct thm this is possible has lent to life! Do von wish to while away bomo of the Mimraer hours in the practice of tlie ohotoirnipher's art? If you do, we Ueop the camera you want. CRAIG Tbe Marletta PlcturC Man- Recent Reductions in bicycle prices mean that the manufacturers are com intj to their tenses at last. Nothing more or less. This bhows the justice of our selling- wheels at lower prices tlmn other dealers. Our bicycles are every bit as good as any e...

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 August 1897

B?Wr'TTY5' V -: w. te f ,! fi IK. b &' M jus Hi y ,fr' w f ft I ' I ' 1 ff f ? I & mXTWlT Our Good For thin week wo will finish up all the ends and odds of our GREAT BAHGAIN SALE just ended. Hundreds of pieces and remnants left must ba sold this week. Don't forget that many of these Bargains you will go right out and pay double as much as wo will ask you. Those are not old unsciloablo goods, but NEW and Seasonable stuff that you can ubo right now. SEE! SEE! riNENS Goods for all the year, but now wo have them away under import ers' price'. Table Linens, Napkins, Towels Ac. Come and et them at the Lowest Prices yet made WASH GOOD'S- Ends at end prices 2(fc, Ac, lic and fie yd Never such prices They are yours If jou come soon for them CAIU'KTS Some remnants, 12 jds, 10 yds and liOJt,' j ds .ind other lengths and remnant price. One piece of ISO yards All Wool Ingrain C.u pet at .5'i,Vc a yd. Only one room or pattern to a customer. Kemnants in Mattings this" week. White lied Quil...

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 August 1897

MARIETTA BADLY LEADER. MABIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. VOL.111. NO. 190 PItlCE ONE CENT LAWLESSNESS, Claim-Jumping and Bloodshed is Feared In the Alaskan Mining Fields This Winter and Next Spring, JV n Itult of Laxity of Law nnil n Gen eral ItiUux uf Advvntur.ig l'ruspvct ors Aru Out ot l'nod nnil Men Will light lor SuiUL-tlilnt; to hat. Chicago, Aug1., 5. Claim-jumping; bloody lighting und a general reign of lawlessness uru feared iti the Alaskan mining fields this winter uud next during, as the result of a laxity of law und a gcnert.1 influx of adventurers and prospectors, such as are now cr.owding the 1, londyke region. II. 1!. U arc, of vim North American Transportation Co., prtdiots that, in case of the discov ery of a big strike in American terri tory during this fall or whiter, law lessness will sureiy break out during tne inevitable rush lor claims. Mr! W are has informed the war uepart ment of hU leins, and liai asked that the sending of troops be considered. bllATi...

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 August 1897

- m m m is m m m ! .VL 1 Wa nronose to make this a RED LETTER MONTH, and every day a RED LETTER DAY in our business history. We are aware that this cannot bo done without offering extra In- iiiippmpntu Thh we ara nrenared to do. There nover was a time when your dollar would go as Tar in purchasing dry nooas as at present, we have MARKED DOWN the prices on the greater) part ofour DRESS GOODS, WASH GOODS. HOSIERY, UNDEnWEAR, TABLE LIHENS, NOTIONS andFANCY GOODS of all kinds. All goods marked down are marked in RED Figures. iSn :ess q i lot 40 in. wide All Wool Fancy Plaids and Mixtuics, regular price 40, 45 and 50c; very nice for Children's school dresses. Reel Letter Price 25c per yard. i lot 50 in. wide All Wool Ladies Cloth, regular price 50c per yd. Red Letter Price 35c per yard. I lot 42 in. wide all wool Fancy Dress Goods, regular price 50 and Coc per yd. , Red Letter price 39c per yard. i lot 4S in. wide all wool Imported Suitings. This lot includes Novelty Goods, Etamine Weave...

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 August 1897

R,mm,- vfVmrMmnvV' vwswfsoawrtif k . ' &. SAGE ON CLOTIULNG. Hard Times, Ho Says, Aro Duo to Shrinkage of Values. DcitkIiik IPtterM Follow Interview-it Look for Hotter IIimIiicnh A Trniimictlon In Corn Mr. Sno and l'rcnlilcut Lincoln. Copyright, 1S37. New York. I went up in the elevator with Russell Sjrc to liis new ofllccs on Nassau street tlio other day. Ho Bald "Tour" to the elevator man as he got in. At the fourth floor he got out ahead of me and went on to his office. He walks with as firm a step as a middle-aged man, though ho is 80 years old. There is nothing about him to suggest his ago io letters arc going to touch X.r. Sage's heart any more quickly than they will ,reach other men's, because Mr. Sjgn is itoo busy to investigate every call made on him; if ho Investigated one he .would have to liivestlgnte all; and so he imestlgates none. Mrs. Sago has llier charities, but they aro along lines 'with which she Is familiar personally, and writers o begging letters to cither...

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 August 1897

ywp1 iyfJ- 4M r" lvlsWWWmssfWfWsf!m mmtitwmmn mwmw w K tnfil''T3"' Ty1 & -T' ? MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUStllD 1&31. GEORGE M.COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLEY, EDITOK, ASSOCIATE. PuWUhea every day exceft Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. Telephone Wo will consider It n groat favor if subscribers will report any fn luro to ot tholr Londor. or any careless ness on the oart of tho carrier- Subscribers will ploaso not pay tho carrlors unless thn carror punches his credit tag In subscrib er's pre3onco. FRIDAY. AUCUSTO. ICG7 ItKPUIILICAN TICKET. For Governor. AriAb ISUSHN'ELt, For Lieutenant Governor. ASA W. JONES. For J mice of the supreme Court. JACOHHUKKBlT For Attorney Ucneral. FRANK MONNETT. For Treasurer. SAMUEL CAM I'liELL. For School Commissioner, L. 1). 1JONEHRAKE For Member of Hoard of Public crls. C. A. GODUARO. , For State Snnator Hth-14'.h Dlstrli't. JOHN 11. KU.EY. ol Washington. CHAHLES A. CAHLE. ol Atheiw. For Common I'leas Judge. D. W...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 August 1897

v m lo Fate HiiiiM or Wrb our last Month's "Riddance salo of SHOES as all those who participated in it can attest. Wo had just what wo advertis ed and vour patronage jrave us the BIGGEST JULY SALES we ever had. NOW FOR AUGUST we're po ins to bend our eilbrts to still GREATER SUCCESS, and to clean up our stock you're going to strike some AWFULLY BIG BARGAINS if you come in and Look Us Over. DONT STAY AT HOME and expect, us to brine; them to you WE HAVEN'T GOT TIME. Do Yoi Want a Camera Caught On A Camera. What a charm the fact that this is possible has lent to life! Do von wish to while away tome of the mi miner hours in the practice of the nholosrnpher s art? It you ao, we keep the camera you want. CRAIG The Marietta Picture Man. Recant Seductions in bicycle pricc3 mean that the manufneturers are com ing to their tenses at last. Nothing more or less. This shows the justice of our belling' wheels at. lower prices than other dealers. Our bicycles are every bit as good as any ever made...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 August 1897

D I in i m m. Ih VI- Pfc -tf ft i' s I hi! NEW ELDOHADO. "Wonderful Rtchon of tho Yukcu Rlvor Gold Fields. Located In u Wllil Country, Fnr from the Comfort of Civ lllutluii Ilovr tu Gut There Cost of the Trill. (Special Letter. Within the past few weeks the news papers have been publishing wonderful stories of the lucky miners in the gold fields of the Yukon river, nnd till over the United States and Canada men's minds are stirred with the golden possibilities. It has long been known to prospecting geologists that the streams tributary to the Yukon, and in Borne places the great rher itself, "wandered o'er sands of gold," but it is within the past few weeks that the discoveries have been made that have turned the eyes of the people thither. Some of the stories read like tales from fairyland. One man, for instance, who went to the Klondyke last w inter from Michigan, and who lived for months in n hole in the ground, suffering great privations from the terrible cold nnd half starved, ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 August 1897

KATE GARDNER'S CHAT. Tho Latest Fancies In tho C)or Qtruotlon of Toa Gowns. Whlto Muslin Froclcn Are In Hi-ent Uemnnil Junt Now The Crane for Grey NovclllcH in Cotton Shli'tH. Special Chicago Letter.! Next to the ever useful and beloved blouse there is no worldly possession more highly prized by the majority of womankind than a dainty, well-fitting tengovvn. It Ih in this charming gar ment that her iunnte love for daintiness nnd fanciful ornamentation can have full swing, nnd so long as it docs not err on the side of fti&siues, the modern N B v HP 3W' i .v WW isa STYLISH TEA GOWN, teagown cannot lie too elaborate or dressy, according to the latest edict of Dame F.ishion. The models biought out within the month are exceedingly pleasing, if only on account of their good taste and perfect originality. In the mat ter of material there is absolute ly no limit, all kinds being used, from the softest sheei est muslin to the finest silk and j-atin, although 1 must say that fabrics which...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 August 1897

, ' TAJ"KIr 'SKSSl'ML'iffi.'riTL X' JLM."''." VWV'vnrPr,i"n,,Brir w l- '-.- ttfmv'I'T'V" ' -"-r ."ft-vr f 'fj wJwr 3CW? '" ' 'V.JHIHU ctwiFfy'vmwvViwT-vV'Twil'1'SS&r'l flippy ' 'QFItomwGHS&G&v&FZFFffi' szs3T33az.s.. Sale! . - -l i ,77,7; , MTTiZT-t" TllT" Tit 7T. T ... " --r1 - - - tj. r t'vE'ya -' -1UIPM ' WWWrti . ",. r ' ''!, , . - " ' ill Anothpr Mnnfli.of mij .,... ,.,,.;, - ... il ' AtrHAlLF" A Jbk Ja. JR. jr & JR. M. S J&. .1 y jr. 'Of jll ja. vwju. jo. -o jb. f vfW-it. T; v.' ; .? V " r II -iOur Good-Bye i- Clean in 9"-un Sale! t ! B tfc,- tf ir Sis 3 a ri i i'ii l?: 'n-. U- I H n ! ! For this week we will finish up all the ends d odds of our GREAT BARGAIN SALE just endotl. Hundred of pieces and remnants left must be sold this week. Don't forget that many of these Bargains you will go right out and pay double as much as wo will ask you. These are not old unsaleable goods, but NEW and Seasonable stuff that you can use right now. SEE! SEE! T TNENS Goods...

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