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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 7 August 1897

MARIETTA DAILY LEADER VOL. III. NO. 191 MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT MINERS' WIVES Take an Active Part in the Gi gantic Strike. They Do Persuasive Work Among ths Wives of the Working Diggers. Debs Will Vnj No Attention to Judfro Jackson's Injunction Ho Denounces it In buitthlriu Tariuii Tnu Havnivor Muttur May Got lutu Court. PiTTSiiur.on, Pa., Aug1. 0. Eugeno "V. Debs, who addressed the large miners' meeting on thu Duquesno wharf Thursday night, left Friday for Turtle Creek, where he speulcs Friday evening, lioiore lenviug tlie city Mr. Dubs denounced Judge Jackson, of West Virginia, for issuing an injunc tion restraining him from interfering in any way with the Monongah Co. or its employes. Mr. Deb, said: "ihis injunction restrains me from walking on any of the ptfblic highways leading to the mines of the Monougali Coal unci Coke Co. It is most sweeping, and none other can bo compared to it. '1 liis injunction annihilates the right of peaceable assembla...

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 August 1897

vj4 :t ' -' "; v ' - if ,C ' I K i x Vki ! If i;: r . i M MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1881. OKOROE M.COOKE, JOHN W. L.VNSLBY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published overy day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. 3. Tklephoke Wo will consldor It n groat favor If BUbacrlbers'.wlll report any failure to sot tholr Leader, or any careless noaa on tho part of the carrier Subscribers will pleaso not pay 'the carriers unless thn carr or punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence SATURDAY. AUGUST 7. 11307 HKl'UULICAN TICKItt". For Uovernor. .,,T ASAS UUSHNELT. For Lieutenant Governor. ASA W. JONES. T'or Judffe of the upreuie Court. JACOB HUIIK BIT. For Attorney Uonerul. FKANIC MONNETT. For Treasurer, SAMUEL CAM l'UELL. For School Commissioner, L. D. HONEBKAKE For Member ot Hoard of Public M orl.. C. A. GODDAItu. ...... For Hate Smator 'lih-14lh Di-trict. JOHM H. KILEY, of Washington. CHAHLESA CABLE ot Athens. For Common Plena Judfft; D. W. JONEs, o...

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 August 1897

Msnm No Fate or flnmhno to Was our last Month's Ttiddance sale of SHOES ajj all those who participated in it can attest. We had just what we advertis ed and your patronage pave us the BIQGEsT JULY SALES we ever had. NOW FOR AUGUST we're go inn to bend our eilbrts to still GREATER SUCCESS, and to clean up our stock you're goin; to strike some AWFULLY BIG BARGAINS if you come in and Look Us Over. DONT STAY AT HOME and expect ur to brine; them to you WE IIAVEN'T GOT TIME. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1897 TERRIBLE EFFECTS 159 RAIN OR SHINt. Oftliu Nltro-Gljeoilne Kxplmlim at Ogill" Tuesilny Night. Speaking of tho explosion in which W. A. McClary lost his life nt Ogdln, nn oil man says in the I'nrkersburg Sentinel: The explosion tore a great hole in the ground, und on oak tree alongside of the road was entirely denuded of bark and leaves. The result of the wreck was terrible to contemplate. The unfortunate driver was blown to atoms, the hindquarters of the horses disappeare...

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 August 1897

issa TMCn rww Cleanin ye o Another Month of our Sale ! iOur Uooci-b gup i s B VI' IJ'i 6 i- ; h d i f ' p It Vi iMi .' For this week we will finish up all the ende and odds of our QBE AT BARGAIN SALE just ended. Hundreds of pieces and remnants left must be sold this week. Don't forgot that many of these Bargains you will go right out and pay double as much as we will ask you. These are not old unsaleable goods, but iWEW and Seasonable stuff that ycu can use right now. SEE! SEE! T XNKNS Goods for all tlio year, but now wo have them away under import ers' prices. Tabic Linens, NapUins, Towels &c Come and net them at the Lowest Prices yet made. WASH QOODS Ends at cud prices 2Jn'c, :ic, 3M" and 5eyd. Never such prices. They arc yours if you come soon for them. CARPETS Some remnants, 12 yds, 10 vds. and 20K yds and other lengths and remnant prices. Ono piece of WO yards All Wool Inurain Carpet at ysc a yd. Only one room or pattern to a customer. Remnants in Mattings t-his week. White...

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 August 1897

MAI1IETTA T 17! A TfcTfTR VOL. III. NO. 192 MARIETTA. OHIO. MONDAY, AUGUST 9. 1897. PRICE ONE CENT THE INJUNCTION Of Judge Jackson Criticised by New York Papers. Tribune Says It is Calculated to Make All Law Hateful. flip lIvi'nlriK Pint Thinks Tlmt the Miners Are iluidly (letting Fair Treatment Tint JMIiimtt ncrs Itrlluvc It Will l'utiui 15ml to Ihufatrlko. Ni:w Yoiiic, Aug. 7. Coal mine own ers hero ate of the belief that the strike agitation in West Virginia has been ef fectually stopped by Judge John Juy Jackson's blanket injunction against the agitators, which will remain in force until September 20, when arguments will be had by both sides. I Lis thought tin1 strike will be over by that time. lty the injunction Dobs and his asso ciates are enjoined from sficaking on the subject of strikes in and about the Monongah mines. They are not per mitted to intercept miners on their way to and from work; they can not speak on any of the public highways leading to the mines of the petiti...

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 August 1897

wiyi ,,,-p,r.!ypVilfmV!,:t,K,irl WWlwflJtf'V ' JTiyWV" v . ft V & r m s W $ Vi ft? I P ft If L K ,5 ; J. if r MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1BS1. QE0IUJK M.COOKE, JOHN W. LANS LEY, EDITOR. ASSOCIATE. PublUUed every day except Sunday, ut the Leader Uullding, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone NO. 3. Wo will consider It a great tavor if subscribers will roport nnv talluro to sot their Leader, or any caroloss noo3 on tho part o the carrier. Subscribers will plonso not pay tho carriers unloss the carrlor punches his credit tag In subscrib er's prosenco. MONDAY. AUGUST 9, 1807 ICUI'UULICAN TICKET. rorGoernor. ASA S UOSHNELL For nontenant Govirnur, AS.A W JONES. Tor Jndce of tho Mipromo Court. JALOUHUKKL.1T Tor Attorney nei al. FRANK MONNETT. For Treasurer. SAMUEL CAMPBELL. Tor School Commissioner, L D UONBHKAKE For Member ot Uoird of Public crks. C. A. GOUHAHi) , , For rftite Senator Mh-1 1 th Dltrlet. .10HN II. RILEY, of Washington CHAHLES A CAULK of Albino For Common...

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 August 1897

" 'HI latest Idu To seo tbo prices that your neighbor lias been getting our shoes for during (he last month. But in order to clean up this mixed lot of goods and make room for Fall Footwear coming in, look out for still fur ther cuts in prices during this month. A word to the wise, etc. n OXk s M& ,r& $ v PrS mvn j t - ti avr si? & " 159 RAiM OR SHIN. bo weather makes no difference to us. Modern, up-to-date appliances enable us to take toud pictures, however in clement tlm weather muy be. Don't delay the picturo .vou have promised yourself und your friends for u Hue day. Likely it won't be convenient then. The Marietta Picture Man. CRAIG, Www MsWcF iSSfti wot 7 H V " ' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1807 THE BICYCLE PARADE. X'roginm for Hid ISIrjrlo Hun (if I.olxU'll Cji'lltiif Clnl Tucmlnj Km'mIiij;. The parade will start from the club house in Muskingum Park tit 7:30 o'clock, standard time, uml ull wheel men will ride in single file ten feet opart. The lino of...

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 August 1897

MJ ft-' & Jl V ft .'1. y 'i t tf? H U r :jl Oil, But We Did Have Some Surprising RAMAINk Last week, and we have some more this week. They are surprises for the reason that all classes of goods are advancing in price. But we are still selling at the SAME LOWEST PRICES the goods we have bought before the advance. COME THIS WEEK AND GET THEM. Some of tho prices vre are niaking S Child's Carriages at 88.48 was Slfi.00 SS.OS was $10.50, at S1U.0S was J22 50. This whuk at thee prices. 11 doeu Ladies' Regular Made Im ported Hose at l.Ue a pair, were '.25c. Fast colored Mack Hose at r.c a pair. Silk Mitts and Gloteb at 10 and 25c a wero 10 to 35c. Wonderful Bargains in Bibbons, Lacs and Embroideries. We soil Notions at less prices than any other house. l'lns and Needles, lc, 2c, 3c and 5c a pape. Combs at 3c, 4 to 10 c, Thimbles at lc, 3c and 5c, Corbet Laces lc and 3c, Kattles, Nutmeg graters, Lead Pencils, Tablets and many other useful articles for one cent. 1 Lot Ladies, Vests at 5c ...

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. — 10 August 1897

i t .( MARIET VOL. III. 5TO. 193 MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1897. PRICE ONE CENT DAILY SEAL QUESTION. Ex-SccrGtary of State John W. Foster Confirms Tho Roport That the Whole Matter Will Be Re-Opened At the Conf rrenco to bo Held In WitfthlnRton In Oclohcr -Canada mill Kus-lu AVII1 Ho Kcprescnted The Qurntlfin Will lli-Vttlcd Satlnfiictorllj. Nnw York, Aug. 0. The I'rcss Mon day publishes the following: John V. Foster, ex-sccrotary of state, having' reported to Secretary Sherman in Washington, on Saturday, the result of his work across the water on" the neal question, returned to this city Sunday on his way to Lake Champlain to see l'rchident McKinlcy. A reporter for tlie I'rcss found Mr. Foster in the Fifth Avenue hotel, but he wan scarce ly more communicative than he was on his return from Kurope. However, he confirmed tho report that the -whole question is to be reopened at the con lere'nce to bo held in Washington in October. Sir Wilfrid Laurier, the Canadian premier, is...

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 August 1897

iZESSsBa OT-g wa i ... I IT s kH t. 1 J a ? ft ti m , i. u ? f-r-' n ft . ( I MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSIItU 1831. W HKORQE M. COOKE, EDITOR ASSOCIATE. A JOHN W. LANSLEY, fpubllsned every day except bunday, at the ,. 1 Leader Building, rmaiuu ai " K' Muskingum Avenue. Tei-kpuonk No. 3. 4 A .. .. ..,... ;t " Wo will consiaor n ngroui ! .. i . .. 1...III .nnnrt nnV tnllUfB M;'rtoeottnoir UOBaor. or on, .... -- i w no33 on tho part oi mo camur. 0. if Subsorlbors will pleaso not puy F-i.Hn .nr.in.o uninss tho aarrlor tffpUncho3hlocrodlt tag In subscrlb- Vr's prosonco. TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1897 Kurimi.ic.vN TICKET. i For Governor. ,,.,,, AaAb UUSHNE1.L Tor Lieutenant Governor, ASA W. .10NUS. For Judiru oi tbe Miprenie Court. JAtOBBUKKBlT. For Attorney Oeneral, FKANK MONNETT. For Treasurer. ...., SAMUEL CA1'I1EEL. Tor School Commissioner, L D. BONKIIRAKE For Member of Uo.ird oi 1'ubllc ir!;s. C. A. GODIiAKU. For State Snator'.llh-lUh District. .JOHN II. KILKY. of Wn-thlilRtou. CUAHLES 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. — 10 August 1897

, "'I i Ml Is 1 k b To see tho prices that your neighbor lies been getting our shoes for during tho last month. .But in order to clean u,p this mixed lot of goods tnd make room for Fall Footwear coming in, look out for sfciil fur ther cuts in .prices during this month. A word 5o 'the wiw, etc. 0 RAIN OR SHIN. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER TUEUDAY. AUGUST (O, 1807 FACE CRUSHED. V4 weather makes no difference to us.i M'Sucrn. up.to-ciato appliances unuuie s to take .tfoid pictured, however iu leaont tho weather may be. Don't 'ela,v the picture you hare promised vouraelf and your friend, for a flne ay. iiikely it won l be convenient Itieu. CRftG, The Marietta Pittorc TJstn. W$r ivlhfc$ ft J Kefiuiii Accident In a 'Yoiiiib Jinn .lit WaterJUmn. Last Friday inornintr, while Alexan der und Edward Ferguson were lemov lug1 their threshing Machine to tho farm of William 8anpiou, near Water towi tho thresher turned over. Air. Ed ZTerfruson was caught tetweumilio heacy machine niul a fence and his face...

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 August 1897

Erfd fe ,M m : i ' r ? t. I I' Pl Oil, Bui Is Bill HaY6 Some Surprising BAieAIIB Last week, and we have some moro this week. They are surprises for the reason that all classes of goods are advancing in! price. But we are still selling at the SAME LOWEST PRICES the goods we have bought before the advance. COME THIS WEEK ANDET THEM. Some of tho prices wo arc makinir 2 Child's Carriages at SS.-IS was Slfi.OO .S.9S was Slfi.r.O, at $10.1)3 was J22.50. This wltok at these prices. 11 dozen Ladies' Regular Made Im ported Hose at 12'c a pair, were 25c. Kast colored Black Hose at He a piir. mil.- Mitts unH Olovess at 10 and 25c a were 15 to Sue Wonderful Bargains in Ribbons, Lace and Embroideries. Wo sp)1 Notions ut less nrices than any other house. Pins and Keedles, lc, 2c, 3c and flc a miwr. Combs at Dc. 4 to 10 o, Thimbles at it', 3c and 5c, Corset Laces le and 3c, Kettles, Nutmegcraters, head Pencils, Tablets and many other useful articles for ouu cent. 1 Lot Ladies, Vests at 5c -worth 1...

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. — 11 August 1897

mm E VOL. III. NO. 194 MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1897. PBICE ONE CENT MARIETTA DAILY IS HE FAILING? .cretary Sherman's Mind Worrying His Frionds. is Some Sr.y the Statesman's Trouble is Absent-Mindedncss. riio Aged Sccrctnry 1'nrgc tful of His Statn iui'Ut, In Hi rent IntcrtloWH, anil DciiIcr Them All England mill Spain An gry Der ShcTriniin'H Words. Ni:w Yoiik, Aug. 10. Secretary Sher man, through a New York newspaper, Tuesday denies that ho has submitted to any inters-lews within this past two W"0el:s,,und in mild fashion declares that everything published as coining 11 cm him was imagination on the part of (huso writing the articles. 'Mr. Sherman must either be most for getful or his mental faculties are seri ously impaired. Monday at the state department he talked very .freely with every one who called tlfere to usk him about Canovns' assassination. Sunday night, at his. residence, the. secretary was unusually communica tive to newspaper men. As an illustration that ...

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. — 11 August 1897

n IT !(ifrtwiy.- 'V Mi K tfS i'l : m m & M- ! B8 M lw" IS If m :iMl p BP fif f MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLMIItH 1SS1. nmmiK M. COOKE. EDITOR, ASSOCIATE, JOUN W. LANSLBY, Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, i-uvuam j... - MusUlngum Avenue. No. 3. TKLErnosE .... ...in t.in It- n nrnnt fnvor If WO will uuiioiuoi ..t subscrlborslwlll report anv fa luro . . . nw nnrn RRB toot inoir uoaaor, ui . nesson tho pnrtoixneoarnop ... n.. ..ill! nlnnse not pnV tho carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag m auww,, or's presence. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST II, IS07 IIEI-UHI.ICAN TICKET. For Governor. A.SAb UUSHNEI.T.. For Lieutenant Govcraur, ASAW .IONES. For Judze of the supreme Com t JACOUBUKKBrT. Tor Attorney Uonenil. FRANK MONNETT. For Treasurer. ,.,,.. SAMUEL CAMFHELU ror School Coramlaslonei, L. D. UONEHKAKU For Member ot Board of Public W ciKs. C. A.GODUAKU. For State Senator 8lh-lUb District . .IOI1N II. KILEY. ot Waihlnirton CIIAhLES A. CABLE ot Atlielu. For Com...

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. — 11 August 1897

4W$fri'np9'C'tr$'-)ijr- H 'Ml Mem Idu b To seo tho prices that your neighbor has been getting our shoes for during tho last month. But in order to clean up. this mixed lot of goods and make room for Fall Footwear coining in, look out for still fur ther cuts in prices during this month. A word to the wise, etc! 159 RAIM OR SHiMt. he weather makes no difference to us, Modern, up-to-date appliances, enable ns to take troud pictures, however In clement tho weather may be. Don't delay the picture you have promised yourself and your friends for a fine day. Likely it won't be convenient then. CRAIG m Marletta mm Man" MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Wednesday. AUeycT u, iao7 THEATRICAL SEASON Will Open With "A MIIU White IIiir" Next AVpiliiestlny. On Wednesday evening of nest week Manager Selpel will present at tho Auditorium Hoyt'a "A Milk White Flnjy", which will bo the opening attraction of the season. Other shows booked by Mr. Seipol are: "Other People's Money," James Young, tragedian, Uus Hill's...

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. — 11 August 1897

t" "jwjaw mnmmiwwiwim wwm CTIPWMW! JW 1 S-TJi rf w i,w$wwj 1TVi flfWnT7"T 7fl,wn''Bf 1 4. - is yy TWPWS I V W Oil, But We Bia Have Some Surprising BARGAINS. Last week, and we have some more this week. They are surprises for the reason that all classes of goods But the are advancing in price, we are still selling at SAME LOWEST PRICES the we have bought before the advance. COME THIS WEEK AND'GET THEM. Some of the prices, v.e aro making 1 Child's Carriages at SS.-iS was Hfi.00 SOt was SlO.r.O, at SIO.'JS was. 522 .r.O. This wkclt at these prices. 11 doen Indies,' Regular Made Ira ported Hose at l'JHc a pair, were 25c Fast colored Ulnck Hose at !c a p-iir. .n.- i!tto nml dlori!', at 10 and 25c a w ere 15 to 35c. CONDENSED NEWS .'r Jatlicrnl From All Torts of tlio iVorV) Telegraph, tix-itlng Milan, of Servia is ho seri- mslv ill in Vienna Hint some nuxietv s felt bv his friends as to his eventual ecovery. The first bala of the New York stato IM)7 hop crop was shipped from Water ,'illc, ...

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 August 1897

fwvwr T 'JV'VW ' s VOL. III. STO. 195 MARIETTA, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1897. PBICE ONE CENT TVT A "O T"17rPrP A MJAjLa Jl PARTICULARS Of the Terrible Accident on the Towboat Fritz, Near Cairo. Tho Lower Flue of the Starboard Boiler Suddenly Collapsed. Two Laborer Were Srnltlcil to Death, Ono Jt'utiiUy mill Onu slightly lUocn Others Are Mlttdng mttl Arc Sui)oAt-d to lliivu lte-euSt-uldod itiidUronuud. St. Louis, Aug. 11. A special to tho Republic from Cairo ssiys: Late partic ulars of tho accident to tho tow boat Fritz are nt hand. The boat started from O'Brien's Landing1 about 0 p. in., with a barge iu tow, the latter par tially loaded with lumber. Tho boat was only fairly under way and about 7i yards from the shore, when rain, accompanied by wind, set in. The laborers employed in handling the lumber on the barge, took refuge on the boat, uft, between the boilers and bulkhead. They were there but a short time when the lower Hue of the starboard boiler collapsed, filling the boat...

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 August 1897

,r IU f .-'.Si MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSWD1831. OKOKOE M. COOKE, JOHN W. LANSLEY, EDITOR, ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putntn Street and Muskingum Avenue. No. 3. TKLErUONE Wo will oonsldor It a groat favor if aubsorlborslwlll report any failure to ot tholr Leador. or any careless ness on trio part of the carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pay the carriers unless thn carror punchos his credit tag In subscrib er's prosonce. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 183? llKl'UHMCAN TICKET. PoraoTeruor. .., AASj HUSHNELIi. For Lieutenant Governor, AS.WV .10SK3. For Juden o' tee -upreme Com t, JACOB HUUKBrr For Attorney Uenersil. FRANK MON'NETT. For Treasurer. .., T ' SAMUEL CAMPBELL. For School Commissioner, L. D. BONEIIKAKE For Memtwr or Board ot Public W crlts. G. A. GODDAKu. ,', . For 'tate Senator uih-llln District. .JOHN II. RILEY, of Wash ngton CHAHLES A. CABLE, ot Athens. For Common I'leas Jndee. D. W JONUi. ofGalllpolU ritOM AS1HIKY I'.UtK. Asnuiiv I'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. — 12 August 1897

- - x .v.. .,.' , , ", . fill LM I To seo the prices that your neighbor lms been getting our shoos for during the last month. But in order to clean up this mixed lot ;pf goods and make room for Fall Footwear coming in, look out for still fur ther cuts in prices during this month. A word lo the wise, etc. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY. AUGUST 12, 1807 SERIOUSLY INJURED, f& saw f 1) W3 Pto affiv J t iV " Cf. tr iv fi we ftr ., & 4? fitf ud 4' 159 RAll OR SHIN. TVcro the I'raucU Ilojs ulio were Amiutlt cil by .Iciliti, Jmncii ami Kilnnrtl Djo. Mr. Francis, of Newport, father of Arthur and Watson I'Yiincis, who were decoyed to a melon patch and assault ed by John, James and Edward Dye Monday night, was In the city Wed nesday consulting with Prosecuting Attorney I'rcslon. IIo w H push the caso against his sons,' assa'lants to the bltlcr end. 15 v. Fanc s blutes that Avthur, the o'dest, is sulTeting from a fractured skull and Is not expectud to recover, uau.ou i'ranc:s is onuiy i...

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 August 1897

vk w 1- ?'J TV, K I p.v fcM ? Oil, But I e DlflHfiTB Some Surprising BARGAINS Last week, and we have some more this week. They are surprises for the reason that all classes of goods . are advancing in price. But we are still selling at the SAME LOWEST PRICES the goods we have bought before the advance. GOME THIS WEEK ANDJGET THEM. Some of tho prices we are malcing 2 Child's Carriages tit SS.4S was S15.00 SS.93 was 316.50, at S10.0S was S22.50. This wlcel: at these prices. 11 dozeu Ladies' Regular Made Ira ported Hose at l'JMc a pair, were 25c Fast colored Rlnek Hose at 5c a ptiir. Silk Mitts and Gloves at 10 and 25c a were 15 to S6c. Wonderful Bargains in Ribbons, Lace and Embroideries. We sell Notions at less prices than any other house. Pins and Needles, lc, 2c, 3c and 5c a paper, Combs at :1c, 1 to 10 e, Thimbles at lc, So and 5c, Corset Laces le and 3c, Kattles, Nutmeg craters. Lead Pencils, Tablets and many other useful articles for one cent. 1 Lot Ladies, Vests at 5c worth 10c...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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