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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 13 January 1896

-nrfr' r -, l'"l' I "'' " 1 Ur T7 MARIETTA' DATLT' x OJcj JtiA VOL. II: NO. 11 MARIETTA, OHIO, KONDAY, JANUAJiY 13, 1890. PRICE ONE CENT. Vr; T Xf I A I jfl WILL APPEAL. Tho European Crisis Becomes Hourly More Interesting. Krueger Will Ask Assistance From (Russia, France and Germany. If England Refuse nit Demand for II J" dress for Itecent Invasion Saltsuurj Muy liny Up Portugal' Interest, Cutting Off Accent to Transvaal. London, Jan. 11. Tho development of the European crisis becomos hour ly more Interesting. Tho absence of nil news regarding' the intentions of both tho kaiser and tho czar re ceives a peaceful interpretation in most quarters. In several days wo shall havo a decision, in which St. Petersburg, Berlin and Paris will all be represented. Wo shall learn then whether tho continental combination for tho overthrow of British prestige includes war in its programme. There is a strong disinclination in Franco to support Gormany. If Russia had been tho aggressor against Eng lan...

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 January 1896

".V ).,, ...- v-rr-T'i'-.irr, v-r- -aMffflttfh.M.air aiMiMiMi nmmwynmiititmmmmMMmSBBBBSi -r ' ' i ' i -i r ' i i WV.M i r 7 ' .-.' .7; ' - - 1 ;- v h.'',..MWi,l..i.i.l Hi. , ..i. , an I. Mp,fmaj,Hl.MjMM,l4i,liW.. 1 iii II i ihii jBifc 4MMWli "" r ' ' ' ' r -... fm-i i ,! H, mi jX 1 if m, iwMHWi,n,riMniii, wiimqiMilwUi'MftliwlMrimiiUfl"tlf "Hn" V Ii K . ; . Ttf$g23B31SZ I '1 IM1 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 1891. OKOnOE M. COOKE, JOHN Yf. LANSLKV, KUITOK. ASSOCIATK. InWished every day In the year, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TELnruoia:. No. 3 MONDAY, JAN. 13, 1890 Wo will coroldor It a Kroat favor If subscribers will report any failure to get their Le,idr, orany careless ness on the p irt or the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unles"9 the carrier punches his crodit tan In subscrib er's presence. "While war talk and Congress go heavily on And America's awaiting the blow ' Our neighbor down town la deeply stirred up Over the aw...

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 January 1896

Iw ' 3 Charles A. Gardner in "The Prize Winner," Auditorium, January 16th. WA m in Kin Our work Is always Rood. WB Mil Our worl: Is bottcr than ever before. M)k& A MARIETTA DAILY LEADER MONDAY, JAN. 13. 1890 PERSONAL AND LOCAL. The Marietta Picture Man. We Invoice About February 1st and pro pose to get rid of a largo quantity of goods before that time as wo find it easier to invoice cash than goods. We have made such low prices on all classes of our goods that it cannot fail to suit you in every respect. Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats away down in price and way up in quality. Hats, Caps, etc., at bargain prices. Pine Shirts from i to i off in price. Trouserings and Suitings in all styles and qualities, with artistic tailors to make them up. Come on, we can and will please you. Yours to please. Sam Sulzbacher, 188 front St. Marietta, 0. Weeding! It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar ing for Inventory Feb. 1st, we are weeding out a great many things ...

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 January 1896

7--? -v Tt 4WM?Jfipjr? "T'"'r'"Ht'-A;'!9t,'1(ftw'WK!ppl p3ww$f r-wr B. & O. S-W. RTF Ui ; i Hutcluson's Great Bar gain Sale IS GOING WITH A RUSH. Zero weather is just tho ltlnil to bring the crowds that Ulled our store rooms to oycrllowlntr Friday and Saturday, und will coutlnuo to tho end of the sale. Don't be discouraged if you don't get waited on tho iirst visit, your turn will como soon. See These Drawing Prices.' Ladies' Cashmere Hose lflc, were HOc; Cashmere Gloves 10. 15 and "JOc. Ladies' all wool Scarlet Underwear 4Sc; Ladies' natural wool Vests 4Sc. Fine wool Union Suits THe; line ribbed Union Suits lit 4c, worth 75e. Hisses' Hose lie, 4c and 8c a pair; Ladies' Hose He, 8c and 10c a pair. Children's and Misses' Woolen Under wear 'JOc, 23e, !iSc to 38c. Great deduc tions. , Children's Fur Sets at S1.0S. lieduc ed from ?!!.'J5. Stilt Laces at Sc, 10c to l!5c a yard. The Greatest Reductions Ever Made! On Ladies' and Children's Wraps. Just ilOO Garments loft und they must g...

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 January 1896

MARIETTA DAIM JL Ji AlDE Ri VOL. II: NO. 12 MARIETTA, OHIO. TUtSDAY, J AS UAH Y 14, 1890. PJRIOE ONE CENT. i3 . 'I ft i m ; INAUGURATED With Imposing Ceremonies, .Gen. Bushnell Becomes Governor. The Oath of Office Administered in the Rotunda of the Stato Houses Thousands WItnesaed tho Ceremonies nnd the Splendid I'nrnilo Thlrtj-Nlne Civic and Political, nnd 00 Military Or ganizations l'artlclpated In It. Columbus, 0., Jan. 13. Tho fates that preside over tho weather depart ment was certainly favorable to cere monies attending tho inauguration of Gen. Asa S. Bushnell Monday. Undor tho auspices of tho inaugura tion committees a corps of decorators liavo been at work for two days and nights festooning tho mammoth arches of tho rotunda with gaudy bunting and flags and pictures of eminent Ohio republicans, and the stage, made as commodious as the limited space would permit, was erected for tho ac commodation of tho retiring and in coming officials, members of tho legis lature, otc Gov. M...

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 January 1896

is 83 I MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .E8TAT1IJ311ED 1881. OKOnOK M. COOKE, JOHN VT. LAN8LEV, EDITOK. ASSOCIATE. Published evtry day In tho year, at the Leader Building, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TttLErnoNE. No. 3 TUESDAY, JAN. 14, 1800 Wo will consider it o Kreat favor If subscribers will report any failure togottholr Louder, or any careless ness on tho p irt of the carrier. Subscribers will plouse not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tajr In subscrib er's presence. To. the Marietta College Club, of Cin cinnati do we return our thanks for an invitation to attend their twenty-second annual re-union, nt the University Club rooms, Thursday evening1 January Mi Tun Hock v Mountain Ncns, holiday edition, containing' 10 pages, came to our tablo yesterday. It is a very in teresting issue and contains many illus trations relating to the gold fields of Colorado. L. W. Smith, member min ing exchange, has our thanks for the paper. William Ki.nr.inai: was "Hoke Smithed" ...

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 January 1896

3 Charles A. Gardner in "The Prize Winner," Auditorium, January 16th. Ill Kin Our worlr is always good. Our work is totter than over before. , The Marietta Picture Man. February 1st We begin invoicing and as we can invoice cash easier ,than goods wo propose to convert our goods into cash, no matter what it costs. Ov ercoats, boys' and men's suits, shirts, underwear, hats, caps, nnirwnnr nnd all kinds of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in stock will im Knlrl fit a fmurc that MA4A '-' -- --" t-J will make them go. are truly Bargains. advantage of them they last. Yours to please. They Take while S 188 Front St. Marietta, 0. I mg It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar ing for Inventory Feb. 1st, we are weeding out a great many things in Shoes that economical buyers are setting at HALF PRICE. WPniti .8tiA MR ff.'ff " er"r 159 Trusses! We have the best and most com plete line in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. G...

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 January 1896

uixLuwmmammmmm MEM) m t mffiifimmwt u it TECS Greatest Excitement. LAST WEEK ABOUT OUR Great Bargain Sale WHICH CONTINUES m$ WEEK ONLY Corns now and partici pate in the Lowest Prices we have ever made. SEE nERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Vase and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at $1.41), worth $2.48 to $3.9S. Lots of other styles j,at away down prices. 1 case Lancaster Ginghams at 4-'jc a yard. Fruit ol the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at (J-Jc a yard. Brown Muslin at 2c, S4'e, 44c and 5c a yard. lite Don Git is tips ! Childrens Wraps at OSc, $1.4S and $2.4S. Ladles and Misses Wraps from OSc to 5.9S. TJiefo prices cannot bo appreci ated unless the goods are seen. Dress Goods ! Down ! Down ! Down the price to the bottom. Don't hesitate to buy now, for after this sale will be to late. Oc, S, 12 l-2c, 25c to 50c. These prices mean for goods worth and are selling every day for double what we have marked thorn. The rush for Bargains has been great and part of the time we have had to call a ha...

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 January 1896

owmm pn fW?''!fViWWBiBpWWT,w( 1 'lfW','",,"7tTn-sf?ifrp ,4'r-fx fcwi 4 MAUI VOL. II: HO. 13 MARIETTA, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, J AN UAH Y 15. 180. l'KIOB ONE CENT A.- DAILY I SK ON AN ICE FLOE. Three Men Seen Drifting Out Into Lake Erie. A Cleveland Fire Tug Puts Out After the Unwilling Mariners. Confronted by n Fierce Gale and Ileftvy ice the Krscaers Vailed In 'Ihelr Effort ho Trace of tlio Unfortunate BX. Hen Could lie Found. Cleveland, O., Jan. 14. Tho villages of Olcuville, a suburb to tho cast of this city, was thrown into Intenso ex citement Monday afternoon abdut 4 o'clock by tho sight of three men on r. cako of ice drifting out into tho lake. It was blowing a galo from the south west at tho timo, and it was eyidont they woro rapidly being1 carried be yond any hope of assistance from tho excited pooplo who tluonged tho shore. J. K. Alters, a carpenter, was tho lirst to discover tho involuntary voyagers. Ilo was nt work on tho new residence of J. H. Goff and as soon as ho saw the pre...

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 January 1896

.'. " " ''J " . rlr;.'llcs.::il:. ,,"i""iiArx' ' iiBBmTrniHBnnniaPww SSrs is ,-mr ":,v''V'i.".'"-j'y a ,-v , I , -' '. v, r i iEL- . ) "tj ?. :' iP. ' i uSu . ' ?. ft V r. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Established J881. QEOIIOK M. COOKE, KDITOni ARSOCIATK. Published ovory day In tho year, at the Leader DuUdlng, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TKLKmONK. No. 3 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1 890 We will consider It a stroat favor If subscriber: will report any failure to get their Lender, orany careless ness on the pirtof the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches hl3 credit tan In subscrib er's presence. ELECTION BRIBERY. To llo lilt u lluril Hlor by Senator Uurtlt-lil. If a bill which is boinc prepared 'by Senator Garfield to bo introduced in the senate at an early day in tho legis lative proceedings, becomes a law, Ohio will enjoy practically the famous English "corrupt practices act." Un der a strict enforcement of the pro visions of tho law which Senat...

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 January 1896

STJWp 'mfii ,.'' Vfttfpl ? ( ft Charles A. Gardner in "The Prize Winner," Auditorium, January 16th. in Km Our worlf is always Rood. Our work is better than ever before. tfOf&wf, The Marietta Picture Man. February 1st Wo begin invoicing and as wo can invoice cash easier than goods we propose to convert our goods into cash, no matter what it costs. Ov ercoats, boys' and men's suits, shirts, underwear, hats, caps, neckwear and all kinds of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in stock will be sold at a figure that will make them go. They are truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while 1 they last. Yours to please. Sam 188 Front St. Marietta, O. Weeding! It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar ing for Inventory Feb. 1st, we are weeding ,out a great many things in Shoes that economical buyers are getting , at HALF PRICE. 159 Trusses! "Wo have the best and most com plete line in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Gi...

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 January 1896

TT ; i 'Wi"WM tUmfturMBi Ml If. ' ' HKtjWW'" ' " ,-A in i h n' i in i IIP i ' .w.- i v.i i .,. j( w I m Cm ' IS i ' ,J THE i I. LAST WEEK ABOUT OUR WIIIOII CONTINUES ThiS WEEK ONLY Corns now and partici- pate in tho Lowest Prices we have ever made. SEE HERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Yaso and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at 1.40, worth $2.48 to .$3 9S. Lots of other styles at away down prices. 1 case. Lancaster Ginghams at 42c a yard. Fruit oi the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at Orc a yard Brown Muslin at 2c, 3Je, J Ac and 5c a yard. Altlf Bfigfl Cat li W ms ! Childrens Wraps at 9Se, $1.4S and $2.48. Ladies and Misses Wraps from OSc to 5.98. These prices cannot be appreci ated unless the goods are seen. Dress Goods ! Down ! Down ! Down the price to the bottom. Don't hesitate to buy now, for after this sale will be to late, Cc, Si, 12 l-2c, 25c to 50c. These prices mean for goods worth and are selling every day for double what we have marked them. The rush for Bargains has been great 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. — 16 January 1896

Sm!Ph jN w v '" ' '' ' " ,p,t!fWifif?r' 3" w WWWifWV'laVfWV MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. Jfoczis&teb (y)JLCuij$r rxilil(y -p WOL. II: NO. Id v Q MAlilETTA, OHIO. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 189G.' PBIOE ONE CEN1 1 ' ALL OR NONE. The Morgan Gold Bond .Syndi cate Dissolves. An Interesting Circular Sent Out by J. PierpontMorgan & Co. Merabora Released From Their Contracts to l'tirclinno 1 heir Iro Itata Bhnre of the Inane Wlmt WaiOon. nt Wh- Inston Conforonee Deoember 23. New Youk, Jan. 15. The mombers of tho government bond syndicato re ceived In their mail Wednesday morn ing a circular lcttor from J. Pierpont Morgan & Co., releasing: them from their commitments to furnish their pro rata share of 8100,000,000 in gold to the government, and'a second 5100,'OOQ 000, if desirable, taking- their pay thorefor in 4 per cent, bondn. Tho circular1 contains a detailed statement of overy phaso of the syndi cate's connection with tho proposed bond issue and offer of grold to tho gov ernment. Mr. ...

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. — 16 January 1896

lp jy)w0 i7 ( r; ?ittwyffi'tT ).. ,. -!.. ..,... f .-i -i.irJ.w.lKJ.iflW' I iimnui ' HW"" Hifls'A " t ' wvfr??? T m rr. s 0 l V 'yimnVm mi lln...,wi. ' " ' ' ' i iTf rnwn !!! i mm i ir mi mil rw i i hi n i"iMni in ' i ii ww ryp ' -, , ' Li (A , &. f "., MARIETTA DAILY EEADER .ESTABUBHKD 1881. 6K0H0E M. COOKE, JOHH W. LANSLKr, EDITOn. ASSOCIATE. PubllBhod every day In (he year, at the Leader Uullalng, Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Tklkpuonb. No. 3 THURSDAY, JAN. 16. I80O We will consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any failure to sat their Ln.id.sr, or any caroless ness on the p irt of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carrlurs unless the carrier punches his credit ta In subscrib er's presence. HAWAII, THE "PEARL" OF THE PACIFIC." The r.rst o a Series of Letters by ilohn It. Muilck. (Copyright, lSWS, by Funk & Wagnalls Com pany, Now York.) Special correspondence to the Marietta Leader. At last our vessel tjlided arouud Dia mond Head, and t...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 16 January 1896

!, 1 11 i "Xl 'pf'' rtf Charles A. Gardner in "The Prize Winner," Auditorium, January 16th. 7'T''3" '(F3I in ill! Our worlf is always good. Our work is better than ever before. The Marietta Picture Man. February 1st We begin invoicing and as we can invoice cash easier than goods we propose to convert our goods into cash, no matter what it costs. 'Ov ercoats, boys' and men's suits, shirts, underwear, hats, caps, neckwear and all kinds of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in stock will be sold at a figure that will make them go. They are truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while they last. Yours to please. Sam Sulzhacher ? 188 Front St. Marietta, 0. Weeding! It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar ing for Inventory Feb. 1st, we are weeding great things in out a many Sho&s that economical buyers are getting at HALF PRICE. 159 Trusses ! We have the best and most com plete line in this part of the stateand always guaran- tee a fit or money relui...

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. — 16 January 1896

KfiSH B9H ?TP w' VfTrgfw th- ' k V ' SSSSSZSffl 15' tv, ?w r ,' I' P. r li h I' J I' ' I ' i ft i THE raatest LAST WEEK ADOUT OUR Great Bargain Sals WIIIOII CONTINUES TH& WEEK ONLY Come now and partici pate in the Lowest Prices we have ever made. SEE HERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Vase and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at $1.4J, worth $2.-18 to $3.9S. Lots of other styles at away down prices. 1 case Lancaster Ginghams at 4-Jcaynrd. Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at Gc a yard. Brown Muslin at 2c, 3'c, 4Vc and 5c a yard. iilimr Dei Cot ii laps ! Childrens Wraps at OSc, $1.48 and $2.4S. Ladies and Misses Wraps from 9Sc to 5.98. There prices cannot be appreci ated unless the yoods are seen. Dress Goods ! Down ! Down ! Down the price to the bottom. Don't hesitate to buy now, for after this sale will be to late. G jc. 8, 12 l-2c, 25c to 59c. These prices mean for goods worth and are selling every day for double what we have marked them. The rush for Bargains has been great and...

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. — 17 January 1896

We f mfmpf- I M 1 MARIETTA DAILY rXJJuj JjL VOL. II: NO. 15 MARIETTA, OHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY m 1896. I'HIOE ONE CEN1 fsJiTTif? in -; W,; Wyff ' "fyr i''9WW) T T I CONVENTION. Cincinnati, . St. Louis, Chicagc and New York Nominated. July 7th Was Decided Upon as th Date by the Committee. 1 N Hraira, Follett and Incnlla Treient tin Claims of Cincinnati) Judge Goodrich Bpoko for ChlcaEonnd Slemtrs. smith untl I ord for Now York. Washington', Jan. 10. July' 7 hoa "been decided upon aB tho date for holding1 tlio national democratic con vention. The voto on tho selection of tho date for holding1 the national convention was 32 to 18. It is stated by several leading; mem bers of tho committee that this date, has no significance as indicating' a fight between the silver and tho anti-silver men are as being; favorable toany city. It may bo said, however, that tho free silver men generally opposed it but that their opposition was not unani mous. After the adoption of the date, the committee at 1...

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. — 17 January 1896

e :',.,.' I -V- 'A T Til "' W n 4 I W' i f. II H ' 'MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Established 1881. flEOEOF. M. COOKE, loan W. LAHSLKV, KDlTOn. ASSOCIATE. Published every clay In the year, at the leader UnlMIng, Putnam Street and Muaklnguta Avenno. JCklephonk. No. 3 FRIDAY, JAM. 17, I3PO Wo will conslrlor It a jjreat favor If 8UbsorlbBr3 will rup.u-t any failures to Ret thai r l.onrlor, orwny earoloss neaa on tils r irt of the carrier. Subscribers will pionsn not pay the cnrrlttra umIumo tlio carrier punches hla cruitit n.e In tubscrtb or'o presence. Tun first Republican Governor of Ohio was Salmon 1. Cha:., cleoteil in 1835 and te-olcet;il in 185". lie was succeeded by William Donnlson, ilr.,' also a Republican, whose terra expired in January, 1S(!2. Mr. Daunison was succeeded by Divid Tod, u Republican, and he in turn by John Hrongh, who was elected on tlio Union Republican ticket over Clement L. Vallandlngham. Mr. Urouerh died in oilice, aud the va caney was flllod by Charles Anderson, R...

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. — 17 January 1896

TMW-? 'H.VWvVfiff' WWjh .Fuxgip -m&mv ir-Jh .-m nr v ' m ,. " rt7vi --rv 1, .jkH X f w 3 III MI Our worlr Is always Rood. Our work is batter than ever before. The Marietta Picture Man. February 1st Wo begin invoicing and as wo can invoice cash easier than goods we propose to convert our goods into cash, no matter what it costs. Ov ercoats, boys' and men's suits, shirts, underwear, hats, caps, neckwear and all kinds 'of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in s)ock will bo sold at a figure that will make them go. They are truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while they last. Yours to please. 188 Front St. Marietta, 0, WeedingI It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar ing for Inventory Feb. 1st, we are weeding out . a great many things in Shoes that economical buyers are getti n g at HALF PRCE. 159 Trusses! We have the best and .most com plete lino in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Give us a trial. We will 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. — 17 January 1896

wmmwmi'nmmf ItiPfPlMKttJh'WinlWKM 1 Kll 'Is' , ' ' . I THE rates l LAST WEEK ABOUT OUIt Great Bargain Sals wnion CONTINUES m$ WEEK ONLY Come now and paitici- . pato in the Lowest Prices we have ever made. SEE HERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Vjise and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at $1.40, wqrth $2.48 to $3.9S. Lots of other styles at awtiy down prices. 1 case Lancaster Ginghams at 4-c a yard. Fruit 6t the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at fca yard. Brown Muslin at 2c, 3c, 4Vc and 5c a yard. Anolte Dei Mil Wraus ! Ohildrens Wraps at 9Sc, $1.48 and !Ji2.4S. Ladies and Misses Wraps from 9Sc to 5.9S. Thee prices cannot he appreci- l tn I it nl tc? (itn Ynrre n i Cnnn 1 4ilV.U UlllVS lHVy -VlUO lilt iJV..i4 Dress Goods ! Down ! Down ! Down the price to the bottom. Don't hesitate to buy now, for after this sale will be to late. GJc, 8, 12 l-2c, 25c to 59c. These prices mean for goods worth and are selling every day for double what we have marked them. The rush for Bargains has been great and p...

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