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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 3 April 1896

' - ( '4.a V. r ''i-i rt.v . V f; v1 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. u 1 YOli. II. NO. 80. MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1896. PRICE ONE CENT. PI i I 1ft" I! I LIVES LOST, jAnd' Several Badly Injured by a Boiler Explosion. Tho Planters' Oil-Mill Plant at Green t ville, Miss., Badly Wrecked. Tho Cause Said fo,Bo a Dry Holler After ! tho Wreck, of tho l'lnnt Flrd Drake ' Out In tho nnliM and Sovornl ; Doilies Were Charred. , Gheenville, Bliss., April 2. At twq "o'clock Wednesday afternoon tho two 'massivo boilers of tho Planters oil mill, at this place, exploded, wrecking1 tho ,mill property and causing tho death oj iflvo men, as follows: Henry Williams, colored, firemani Oliver Humphreys, colored, assistant fireman; Isom Freeman, colored, labor er; Horaco Wilkinson, colored, car jpentcr; Ed Strasack, white, carpenter. The following were injured, as stated; 'Frank Wolfcndcn, chief engineer, badly jscaldcd and bruised; Columbus Wash iington, colored, burned and cut by tim bers, will die; Tom...

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 April 1896

'll Tfc -f) ''" A " AL. G. FIELD'S MINSTRELS AMD UTOPIA, AUDITORIUM, v.. ,t i: ? i t i I! m m 'H m m L IKfr v. . MARIETTA DAILY LEADER EsTAnLisnr.D 1881. I f BKOBQB M. CdOKK, JOHH W, LANSLfev, KD1TOII. ASBOCIATK. Published every day pjccept Sunday, at tne Leader Building, Putnntn Streei and Musltlngum Avenue. Tklbphonb. No. 3 FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1806 Wo will consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any failure to set their Lender, or any oaroloss noss on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will pteaso not pay the oarrlors unless tho .carrier punches his credit tan In subscrib er's presence. Tor President, WILLIAM aioKINLCY,. Of tho United -Stntea. ", Kepubllcan'Stfttb Ticket, - For Secretary of State, CHAKLE3 KINNEY, of Scioto Co. For Judge of the Supreme Court, MAUSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co. I"or Food and Dairy Commissioner. JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, ot Belmont Co. For Member Board of Public Work. FRANK A. HUFFMAN, Of VM Wert 00. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, loth ...

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 April 1896

See ''Outasls of a Great City," Monday Night, April 6th. A Great Show? Mi AND .M Has it been demonstrated that Oraig's photographs excel all. yftft (OkrcUn, - 'M'i kt The-Marietta BicturaManV Spring Is coming onap ace. You will need some seasonable clothing1. There Is Always some placo to pur chase; some, of course, bet tor than others. Wo belong to that class. People are Coming Into our store daily who say they always got full value when they traded with us. Knee 'Pant Suits $2. CO to $0.00; Boys' Suits S5.00 to S12.00; Men's Suits 57.00 to $18.00. Ilave the lower priced goods if you fwant them, but profer to put our best foot forward up-to-date tailoring and satisfac tion guaranteed in goods, fit and workmanship. 188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio. Just received a choice selection of Shirt Waist Sets, Bolts, Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons and other Novel lies suitable for Easter and Wedding Presents. QUERY: Why is it that these goods wo sell so low And give our lrienus tnis spienom sn...

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 April 1896

B.&O.S-W.RY Attornov at Law find Nntnrv PnMln. Office- on Second Street, opposite Union Depot, II t" A StraiM Forward Bosiness Making a bid for popular patronages needs no diplomacy, fineness or sharp ness in management Plain, uloan, honest methods are what the public tio to. Those mothods" you will find in forco hero at all times. Wo attribute our success In a irrcat measure to their practice., Wo aro hero to soryo you faithfully. Wo want this store to be pointed out and spoken ofas the place where all classes of tho community may como and feel that they are being dealt with in absolute fairness. All ready for the spring business now. Got a store full o bright, new merchandise to tell you about. House Furnishing Goods hare the call now, and wo can save you money on all of them. CARPETS at 10c. 13Kc, 18c, 25c and 33c; all wool and Ingrain at 45c, 49c and 50c. MATTIKGS at 10c. 12J4c, 15c 18c to 25c Special'Kargains. OIL CLOTHS at 20c, 25c to U5c per yard. Linoleums very cheap. LA...

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 April 1896

h 1 , ntt, u I ,A. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER, (VQL. II. ,2sTO. 81. MARIETTA, OHIO,' SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1896. PKIOE ONE CENT. n VI .. fe CONFLAGRATION Destroyes Hair a Million Dol lars' Worth of Property. Ono Man Dead, Another Mashed and Crippled, and Four Prostrated, Tho1 Result of a Firo at Drunswlck, On. Tho Property Destroyed Includes the Wharf Property, Cotton Sheds, Freight Warehouses, Etc. Savannah, Ga., April 3. A special received at 11 o'clock Thursday night from Brunswick, Ga., says: Tho flrp which commenced Thursday morning at 11:30 o'clock and is now burning, destroyed a half million dol lars' worth of property, cost ono human life, caused ono man to bo mashed and crippled, and prostrated four men, who aro suffering in vurloiis stages. Tho dead man Is Night "Watchman Smith, of tho Plant system, who died from apo plexy, duo to oxcitcment. Tho injured man lost a hand, his name is unknown. Tho men prostrated aro Negroes. Tho property destroyed includes tho wharf property, cotton...

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 April 1896

fijPPfPfflw "vre,TjfiillHuiv?T $ri "V "TfK .TF v ' . ' v W J AL. G. FIELD'S MINSTRELS AND UTOPIA, AUDITORIUM, APRJtL 7TH 1 RgWfSaFSlHIl "V vf M & i i r V "V u t V r'- .MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .ESTABLISHED 1881. OBGEMI. COOKK, ' fOHH W. LANSLEX, EDITOlt. ASSOCIATE. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, Putnam Streoi and Muskingum Avenue. TitLErnoNK. No. 3 SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1890 Wo will consider It a great favor If ubsoflbera will report any failure toset their Reader, or any oarelesa ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. For President, ., WILLIAM MoKINLE, Of the United States. Ji ' ' Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, CHAKLE3 KINNEY, of Scioto Co. Kor Judgeof the Supreme Court, MARdllALW, VJ ILLIAMSV of Fayette Co. WA "tinm w- w..,-.- - JOSEPH B. 'XOKBOBWOfBelmont CoV tft Member $6Rt tt Pfftite WWr, FRANK A- aVrFlSAfft 6f Yt aft Wert Oft C...

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 April 1896

r-w' - ' r-r-yr -i - r r- t. lt, 5, See "Outcasts of a Great City," JMTmday Night, April 6th. A Great Show! vx f Mi AND Mi IHas it been demonstrated that Craig's photographs excel all. ahua u Vof if, 'in i ne Marietta newsman. . .. . .. .-".-" Spring Is coming onap ace. , You will need somo seasonable clothing. There Is Always some place to pur chase; some, of course, bet ter than others. ,Wo belong to that class. People are Coming Into our store daily who say they always got full value when they traded with us. Kneo Pant Suits 82.50 to tO.OO; Boys' Suits 5.00 to S12.00; Men's Suits J7.00 to $18.00. Dave the lower priced goods if you want them, but prefer to put our best foot forward up-to-date tailoring and satisfac tion guaranteed in goods, fit and workmanship. So Stacker's, MX&tuq, I 188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio. Just received a choice selection of Shirt Waist Sets, Belts, Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons and other Novel ties suitable for Easter and Wedding Presents. QUERY: W...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 4 April 1896

r I ltt 4 I AIM Making a bid for popular patronage needs no diplomacy, flnoness or sharp ness in management. Plain, clean, honest methods are what the public Wo to. These mothods you will And in force here at all times. Wo attribute our success in a ereat measure to Wioir practice. Wo are hero to serve you faithfully. Wo want this store to be pointed out and spoken of as the place where all classes of the community may como and feel that they are being dealt with in absolute fairness. All ready for the spring business now. Got a store full of bright, new merchandise to tell you about House Furnishing Goods have the call now, and we can save you money on all of them. CARPETS at 10c, 12c, 18c, 25c and 83c; all wool and Ingrain at 45c, 40c and 50c. MATTINGS at 10c. 12Xe, 15c ISc to 25c. Special Bargains. OIL CLOTHS at 20c, 25c to 35c per yard. Linoleums very cheap. LACD CURTAINS at 43c, 75c, OSs, 51.25, 51.48 to $4.50 a pair. CURTAIN POLES and SASH RODS at the lowest prices. We arc str...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 April 1896

Rbutfin tr. . ." - 'i f i' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER m '3' d-A Td VOL. II. NO. B2.4 MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, APRIL G, 1896. n ' ,. PRICE ONE CENT. DEPLORABLE . Is the Condition of the Destituto in Unhappy Armenia, In Spite of tho Relief Work Which Has Been Dono in That Country. Tlio Entire Armenian Nation is Straggling for Extstenco Whole Families nan cry and Scantily Dressed Sleep on tho Bare Ground at Night. Boston, April 4. From recent letters from cistern Turkey it appears that tho condition of tho destitute in that section is most deplorable in splto of tho relief work which has been dono there. Recent writers statu that al most tho cntiro Armenian nation Is struggling for oxistenco under condi tions tho very contemplation of which almost makes ono long for death. In writing nt somo length upon this sub ject, an Armenian in Uarpoot says: "Drosscd in rags, unwashed, smelling of stables so that the odor is'almost un bearable, their eyes inflamed from the glaro of the sun on tho snow, ...

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 April 1896

HftTOBTTOJ J V. '"wvm rt, VS, 'wt'irnFM AL. G. FIELD'S MINSTRELS AiSTD UTOPIA, AUD JTORIUItt, APRIL 7TH 4. V . . i' i ft sf ; n ii. st i i if Pit m i MARIETTA DAILY LEADER EsiAuusiiED 18S1. 8K0B0E M. COOKE, ton W. LANBLKV, EDITOn. ASSOCIATE. PubUshetf overy flay xcopt Sunday, at thv Leader nullding, Putnam Street and MUBltlnKiuu Avenue. Tklkpiionk. No. 3 MONDAY, APRIL O, 1 800 Wo will consider It a eroat favor If subscribers will report any failure tOBOt their Lender, or any careless nosa on the part of the carrier. Subsorlbors will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tan In subscrib er's presence. For President, WILLIAM aicIUNLKY, Of the United .states. Kepubllcan State Ticket. For Secretary of State, CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co. Forjudge of the Supremo Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Tayette Co. For Food and Dairy Commissioner. JOSEPH E. DLACKBUKN, of Belmont Co. For Member Board of Public Works, FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co. Congressional Ticket...

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 April 1896

f?. "OUTCASTS OF A GREAT CITY," AUDITORIUM, TONIGHT. SEE IT? J v. I Mam AND Main Has it been, demonstrated that Oraig's photographs excel all. , 'tfObSryq, The Marietta Picture Man. Marietta daily leader MONDAY. APRIL O, I BOO PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Spring Is Is coming onap ace. You will need Eomo seasonable clothing. There Always eomo place to pur chase; some, of course, bet ter than others. Wo belong to that class. People are Coming Into our storo daily who say thoy always got full valuo when they traded with us. Knee Pant Suits 52. GO to S0.00; Boys' Suits 55.00 to 513.00; Men's Suits 57.00 to , 518.00. Ilavo the lower priced goods if you want them, but prefer to put our best foot forward up-to-date tailoring and satisfac tion guaranteed in goods, fit and workmanship. Sam wmh 188 Front St., Marietta, Ohio. Just received a choice selection of Shirt Waist Sots. Belts. Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoons and other Novel ties sultablo for Easter and Wedding Presents. QUERY: Why is it that t...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 6 April 1896

f'WSMfsn! " , " V f IT. I V I ' Ifi ' rc IV 0 I" , i w a ?4 " t ': if ' li i - a. 5! A StraigM Porwartt Bttsiness Making a bid for popular patronage needs no diplomacy, fineness or sharp ness in management. Plain, clean, honest inotliods aro what the public tlo to. These mothods you will find in force hero at all times. Wo attribute our Buccess in a trreat measure to thoir practice. Wo are here to oeryo you faithfully. Wo want this store to be pointed out and spoken of as tho place where all classes of tho community may come and feel that they aro being dealt with in absolute fairness. All ready for the spring business now. Got a store full of bright, new merchandise to tell you about Houso Furnishing Goods have tho call now, and wo can save you money on all of them. CARPETS at 10c. 12jc. 18c, 25c and 33c; all wool and Ingrain at 45c, J!)c and 50c. MATTINGS at 10c, 12Kc 15c 18c to 25c. Special Bargains. mr, PXOTIIS at 20c. 25c to 35c per yard. "Linoleums very cheap. LACE CURTAINS at...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 7 April 1896

,?T&-I,t . v " -v " . i ! ' , . .( W; V, MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. 'JJS c YOL. IT. NO. 83. MARIETTA, OHIO, TtfESDAY, APRIL 7, 1896. PRICE ONE CENT. J f Xr .7 - I ADOPTED. 4The House Passes the Senate Concurrent Resolutions lln Relation to Cuba by a Vote of 244 Yeas to 27 Nays. JTho Confercnco Committee of tlio Senate Having Already Agreed Upon the Reso lution!, No Farther Action Wa Taken by That Body, Washington, April 0. The houso galleries wero filled Monday morning jwlth a throng of interested people to .hear tho voto taken on the Cuban reso lutions and to hear tho result an nounced. Thero was an unusually full 'attendance of members in anticipation of tho vote, tho question being one on which all desired to mako a record. ; Mr. Ilitt (rep., 111.), chairman on for eign affairs, demanded tho regular or 'der, tho voto on the question of agrees ing to tho report of the committee on Iconfcrenco recognizing tho adoption oi ,the senate resolutions regarding Cuba, instead of those prim...

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 April 1896

PWP(fwlPPPiiPWippWppp?WPippiP(IWWTWWP w U iiiiiiiiw' fffljiw Atf &. FIELPSINSTRELS AMP UTOPIA, AUDITORIUM, APRIL 7TH -viy t fc." " "- .--,. ,ifv !, '"" - a . . ----- - - i ii rfMi imnfflnTTrTrTim' .. - , - . , , . u ' ., ljWMnMpy hi 'yypwPif jiiy jyfyypjB WWKil IM-WMUMI 1 1 lllllWII-HWPWWBWWPWWMIWM U K' 'I , I ' rl k I i & ' ,7 fc& KARIETTA DAILY LEADER .BSTABLJSnKi) 138,1. MOHOB M. COOKE, JOHH W. LANSLRY, KDITOll. ASSOCIATE. Pnbllalied every day xcopt, Sunday, at tbn leader Dnildlng, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Tbuephong. No. 3 TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1890 We will consider It a great favor If subscribers will report any failure toaetiholr Lender, or any carolOBS ness on tho part of the carrier. Subscribers will ploaso not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tas In subscrib er's presence. For l'rcslilent, WIIXIAM McKINLKY, Of tho United Stntcs. Republican State Ticket, For Secretary of State. CHARXE3 KINNEY, of Scioto Co. I"or Judge of the Supreme Co...

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 April 1896

o. ryr; "- rt'V 'v- 11 f ill AND Apt HaB it been demonstrated that Oraig's photographs excel all. tfOf&ug, The Marietta Picture Man. Spring Is Is coming ounp ace. You will need some seasonable clothing. There Always some place to pur chase; some, of course, bet ter than others. We belong to that diss. People are MARIETTA DAILY'LEADER TUE8DAY. APRIL 7, 1090 PERSONAL AND LOCAL Geo. B. Sunderland nold the Walter Webster vacant lot oh West Sldo to W. W. Caffov. ' Mr. A. W. Crawford, of Coal Run, underwent an" operation Sunday for the amputation of his log bolow the lence. The limb IibbJ been affected with gangrene for soma time. At last report Mr. Crawford had not recovered from tho shook of the operation and grave fears of tho result aro entertain ed by his friends. Mr. R. D. CboUo loft for Columbus Monday on business. Tho members of the O. A. R. in tho city will attend the leeturo of Father Sherman at tho Catholic church Thursday evening. They will meet at Post Hall on Putnam stre...

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 April 1896

fl- frc T y it. fr '' tt -w. lt il I ft !l it -ti I w 1 1- 11 JO BARGAIN AStraiMtoartBnsiiss Making1 a bid for popular patronage needs no diplomacy, fineness or sharp ness in mnnagoment. Plain, clean, honest methods are what the public tlo to. These methods you will find in force here nt all times. Wo attributo our Buccess in a trreat measuro to tholr practice. We are hero to scrye you faithfully. Wo want this store to bo pointed out and spoken of as the place whero all classes of tho community may como and feel that they are being dealt with in absolute fairness. All ready for the spring business now. Got a storo full of bright, new merchandise to tell you about House Furnishing Goods have tho call now, and we can save you money on all of them. CAKPETS at 10c. 12c, 18c, 25c and 33c; all wool and Ingrain at 45c, 4.)c and 50c. MATTINGS at 10c. 12Kc, 15c 18c to 25c. Special Bargains. OIL CLOTHS at 20c, 25c to 35c per yard. Linoleums very cheap. LACE CURTAINS at 43c, 75c, OS;, $1.25, S...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 8 April 1896

(a v, ji t X MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. II. NO. 84. MARIETTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL S, 1896. PRICE ONE CENT. , '--- A VICTORY For tho Cuban Insurgents in the Vicinity of Cienfuegos. Rebels Charge' Upon the Troops With Machetes Inflicting Heavy Loss. Gon. Gomez, With 4,000 Men, on, tho Way to tho Slguancs Valley Four Prisoners x of Wop Tried unci 3Hentenced to Dcnthnnd Others Wcro Deported. Havana, April 7. Intelligence reaches this city of a flght that oc curred among tho- hills around San Bias, near Cienfuegos, province of Santa Clara, between tho column com manded by Col. Vasqucz and a body of insurgents. Tho latter occupied an clovated position -which gave them a docidedadvantage over tho Spaniards, ,who wcro taken by surprise. The troops claim that the rebels used explosive bullets. However this may be, it is known that the Spanish wore defeated after a hot fight, losing many 'killed and wounded. At one time dur ing tho engagement the insurgonts charged upon tho,troops with ma...

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 April 1896

.7' ifwwiv,$r--r-t ff :?' i v i i t if i f m , m i B f I marMctK daily leader KBTADLIBUED 1881. HOOK M. COOKE, EDITOIt. ASSOCIATE. JOHH W. LANSLKV, Published every day pxcopt Sunday, irt the Iader.nuiiaing, Putnam Street and I Muskingum Avenue. Tklkphonk. No. 3 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1880 , ,We will consider it a great favor If subscribers will report any failure toffotihelr Lender, or any oareless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his orodlt tag In subscrib er's presonce. For President, wiixiam Mckinley, Of tlio United .States. fc Republican Stato Ticket. JPor Secretary of State. CHAKLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co. :Por Judge of the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co, Ttor Food and Dairy Commissioner. JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Belmont Co, For Member Board of Public Works, FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co. Congressional Ticket. For Congress, 15tb District, H. C. VAN VOORHIS, of MusklnRum Co. Tun Muskingum co...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 8 April 1896

-'V (A- J3 nT fl t. JT . ' -V Mill! AND ' Aii Has it been demonstrated that Oraig's photographs excel all. Mraq, ' . it The Marietta Picture Man. Do Marietta daily leader WEDNESDAY. APRILS, 1880 PERSONAL AND LOCAL FRANCHISE GRANTED- You know the difference be tween good, bad and indiffer ent clothing? When we say our stock of Men's, Boys' and Children clothing is of good quality and complete, we mean it. The Stein-Block goods which some others wear themselves but do not sell can be found on our counters. Gents' Furnishings in almost endless variety. Tailoring done by competent tailors. We can and will do you good if you give us the chance. Yours to please, San SiilzUer's, 188 Front St., Marietta, Qhio. Just received a choice selection of Shir.t Waist Sets, Belts, Sterling Silver Souvonlr Spoons and other Novel ties suitablo for Easter and Wedding Presents. QUERY: Why is it that these goods wo sell so low And give our friends this splendid show? ANSWER: Wo buy for cash and sell for c...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 8 April 1896

1 y t f J'- I i H '11 X n m ! ' I I UW 11. I HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STORE There's Wisdom In Economy, And there aro different sorts of Econo my; the economy which "saves at the spigot and wastes at the bung" Is worse than no economy at all. Tho truest saying1 is to buy the best your pockot-uoou will auora at tne lowest prico.for which it can be sold. Wo buy good goods. We sell -on such a eloso margin of profit that our customers feol confident that bottom has been strucu. tlcnco tho active, progressive look of things which some people wondor at. It's very simple, this honest shop keeping when you know how, and the trading public will always pin their faith to an establishment of that kind. Dress Goods Again. Never in such a position to serve your every fancy as now. Whatever your dress goods thought may bo hero will you find it As to the prices' well, they're right or wo couldn't do the bus iness. All Wool Novelties, Light Shades, Small Check and Iioucle Patterns at 43e, 45c and 50c; th...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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