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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 18 January 1896

mmmmmmmssE-szszzzzzzz? &"& s MARIETTA DAILT EADERi VOL. II: NX. 16 MARIETTA OHIO. SATUKDAY, JANUARY 18, 1890. l'KIOE ONE CENT ?HV'I,.S (Vk W V I . IT IS CHICAGO. The Democratic National Con vention Will Be Held There. A Fight Between the Free Silver Forces and Hard Money Men. Twenty-Nine ilntlott Wero Neeeasiry to llerlrte m the Wlmlr Olty an C!ia 1'lnao At Ko Time 1)1(1 Cincinnati Ito- cclve More llan Ttrelve Votes Washington, Jan. 17. The contest is settled, and tlio democratic national -convention will bo held at Chicago July 7, 1S0C. This decision was reached Thursday night, by the national demo cratic committee on the -9th ballot. Chicago won by a baro majority, with St. Louis only two votes behind. It was practically a fight between "the free silver forces on one hand and tho hard money men on the other. This statement can not bu taken as literally correct for several silver men finally voted for Chicago, while sever al other votes were cast for St. Louis by hard money...

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. — 18 January 1896

K? ., k ,T"r TT"-1 pirwy : "7!r- .v.,..i i.i,: n i-i,., 1TTrfTliWHi, ,l" ' ''" '1' II -llnloiILL IMIIH ll i hi WIWim'Siji'ii tm"imjXSl ''-t". " jw-n,--,v . ,v' ;, n?j i jy jislif ij! ' ix" - i --:" J ' - iiiii inn niiiiunii.iiiinn awj'UTOIwa'MP FTH " 'lf f I !"J"W" ' " i'O i I i'i HiWii i i m ' -i ., , i i. .-.., i 1 - - ---. L, ... . .... ' . k. . Hul , . . , . . ""rv faat-' - . ;i m i in miii i.iii Mwns3c& jamfcaaM, j uiana rrnraiirwri t? ?- if re,rcra sty a -. . .ia ml,w .:"?, ii.v, , ; . .... .'ftaerai..- a - -' iHb "JHKHi' - - -.. .. ivxi - jv jHfrifp-wvwvVft&M? '(;'' Wi ' 'JB? - : " , ; : . ' v & , '-' ' .... ' r HV Mr m mmn: i i '"- fii " i .. --. - -.-.. - - --.- . ....... . i I MARIETTA DAILY LEADER KBTADURnUO 1881. QKOROK M. -COOKK, JOHH W. LAN8I.KV, - KDITOK. ASSOCIATE. Published every day In tho year, at tho Leader Ilulldlng, PutnutiftStreel and Muskingum Avenue. Tklkpuone. No. 3 SATURDAY, JAN. 18. 1890 Wa will conaldor It a great favor If subscribers will re...

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. — 18 January 1896

'---' J'.i- .. '' .. ' ' . . ' JMMaailHIHMHMIPBHH ffmmufSjmm - wv?; ur'33 'lr 7 '-yF ' - 5' - -" "" -.- n' ;;'?$ " t M in Kin V Our worl: ts always Rood. Wfi Know Our work is better ever before. tlmn Of, raw 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 thoy last. Yours to please. Sam Sulzbacher 188 Front St. Marietta, O MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, JAN. 18, 1800 PERSONAL AND .LOCAL. . XoQne;JMi'fc-'jtfdi,h Iltlrrisoni-iof thoV& (SAO-sltl,' apo was cleared Wns1ff thniettv ffnnhZnti&itfifla Frfiiiv.! . Slfcrniatf IlaWntbrinnd! AmfitW Weeding! It's pretty cold weather for such work, ain't it? But in prepar...

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. — 18 January 1896

w t ', w . SMB'. I 1 . s SL I, TSA.A I (ft. '1' THE Greatest Excitement. .. LAST WEEK ADOUT OUR Great Bargain Sale WIIIOII CONTINUES 7YS WEEK ONLY Como now and pattici f pate in the Lowest Prices we hav& Qver made. SEE HERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Vase and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at $1.49, worth $2.48 to $3 OS. Lots of other styles at nyay down prices. ' ' , 1 case Lancaster Ginghams at lc a yard. Fruit ot the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at Gjc a, yard. Brown Muslin , at, 2Jc, 32c, 4lc and 5c a yard. ' ' - . i Childrons Wraps at 9Sc, $1.48 and $2.4S. Ladies and Misses Wraps from 98c to 5.08. The?e 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. Gc, Si, 12 l-2c, 25c to 50c. These prices mean for goods worth and are soiling every day for double "what we have marked them. The rush fpr Bargains has been great and part of the time we have had to cal...

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. — 20 January 1896

irrmMrm "Vr " '- fmqmtf '' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. II: NO. IT MARIETTA, OHIO. MONDAY, JANUAKY 20, 1890. P JUICE ONE CENT tmmmitsmm DESTINATION Of the British Flying Squadron Said to bo Bermuda. Considerable Surprise Caused by the , Rumor at Washington. If tho Report FroTea Truo tho "White Squndron May bo Bent to Vonozuelnu Wntora Representative Livingston (On.) Says This Nntloa Mast Act. Cuicaoo, Jan. 18. A Washington special says: Tho report that tho British squadron is" on tho way to Bermuda caused much surprise hero, and thero Is talk of introducing a resolution In tho house instructing the committee on forolgn affairs to report on Mr. Livingston's Venezuela resolutions without more de- lay. No confirmation or denial of tho report of tho squadron's moroment Is obtained from authentic sources at tho .navy department, but belief exists that it is probably true. If it proves true to tho 'satisfaction of tho depart ment. It is thought probable that tho white squadron will bo orde...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 20 January 1896

gawywfrgpj fti jTw. , a, JTZyJ V -'PSf--; iMMapMijfir ' y 7W r r T-i --. f , ", "' 1 '''1Jl!'??ggw WRPppww W 0tj I'f'WIvafS''''-!''-''! iWV?! restate I " w- , ' H - ARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED lbSl. QKOnOB M. COOKK, JOHN W. LANSLKT, EDITOH. associati:. Published oTery day in the yeiir, at tho Leader I : Ilulldlng, I'umnm btrt-oi ana Muskingum Avenue. Tklufhonk. No. 3 MONDAY, JAN. 20. I30G Wo will consider It a Rreat favor ir subscribers will report any failure tosetthelr Leader, orany oaroloss noas on the p in of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag In iubscrlb er'ys presence. IV ' Gexkuat. Hariiisox announces his engagement to Jlrs. Dfmmiolw lrtlt is' not so sure of the success of his, presi dential aspirations. R. In. Holland, Managiug Editor of the Zanesvillo Times Recorder, has re signed his position and will resumo the study of law, which he left to ttilte up newspaper work temporarily. THE 'POLITICIA'N. Messrs...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 20 January 1896

5jn3if?s&, " e3rwKjjfjfi!f ,-yv ' r - W,-W$;" f I X f t. 11 . E. BRENNAN in "TIM, THE TINKER" Auditorium, THURSDAY &9pSraifSW? ."ik IH Kill Our worlc is always Rood. Our work is botter than ever before. . The Marietta Picture Wan. February 1st Wo 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, 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. !lrours to please. Sam Sulzbacher, IL88 Front St. Marietta, 0. reeding! 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! IWe have the best and most com plete line in this part of the state, and alw...

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. — 20 January 1896

OTi ?h i A" & wk- ' t.V V 37!. "". .'. -ijmMHt nM . HV 'if . 1 A THE Greatest ) . I. n LAST WEEK ADOUT OUR Greet Bargain Sale WIIIOII CONTINUES 77S WEEK ONLY .Come now and partici pate in the Lowest Prices we havs ever made. SEE nERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Vase and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at $1.49, worth $2.4S to $3.9S. Lots of other styles at away down prices. 1 case Lancaster-Ginghams at l-Jc a yard. Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at 6-Jc a yard. Brown Muslin at 2c, 33c, Uc and 5c a yard. Mnr Dei' Cut in Wraps ! ' Childrens Wraps at 9Sc, $1.48 iiud $2.4S. Ladies and Misses Wraps from 98c to 5.9S. These prices cannot be appreci ated unless the goods are seen. Dress CJoods ! Down ! Down ! Down the price to the bottom. Don't hesitate to buy now, for after this sale will be to late. 6c, S, 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 part of the time w...

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. — 21 January 1896

i i ,e t ' "T;.-;r3v " 1 y i1' ' J -jV" 7 1E AJjE R. jjtjLc trijJLJtLi J- JLjl VOL. II: NO. 18 MARIETTA, OHIO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1890. PftlCE ONE CEN1 T FORMAL NOTICE. Tho Monroe Doctrine Brought Before the Congress. It is to Be Made a Fundamental Law Of tho United States. 3fa More. Now Territory on JThin Side of tho (Hobs for Outsiders, Nor Any over , lenity or Other ltlght of Any Kind Whatsoever lhersln. Washington, Jan. SO. Mr. Davis (rep., Minn.), from tho committco on foreign relations, reported a prcatnblo and resolution on tho Monroo dootrlno as follows: Resolved, by tho sonntc, tho houso of repre sentatives concurring, that Whereas, President Monroo, In his mossago to congress of Decombor 2, Anno Domini 18:3, deemed it proper to assort, as a prlnciplo In which tho rights and lntorcsts ot tho United States nro Involved, that tho Amorlcan conti nents, by tho frco and .Independent condition which thoy have, assumed and malntalned.werc thenceforth not to bo considered as subj...

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. — 21 January 1896

WM ""srr'rgwsBi fu .. r R K4 P I; iffffi . ', I I I I i ' . ! ! ;:( i : j I J m MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ,ESTADU81tl!DjlSSl. BKOBOE M. COOKE, JOHH W. LANBLKY, - EDlTOIt. ASSOCIATK. rabllshcd every day except Sunday, at tho Leader Building, Putu.itu Street and Muskingum Avenue. TELEPHONE. NO. 3 TUESDAY, JAN. 21. 1896 Wo will consider it a groat favor If subscribers will report any falluro to set their LofiUor,-otany careless ness on tho parrof the currier. Subscribers., will pleaoo not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches hla credit tatf In subscrib er's prosenco, Ex-Govr.itxor. Campbell had a chance to substantiate, before 'a grand jury! tho vociferous charges ,-o legislative corruption made by him in tho cam paign of last fall, but ho failed igno- minlously. However, the situation is unchanged nobody oyer believed Campbell when ho tallied politics. The Tribune Almanac for lb'JG may now be had for 25 cents a copy. What ever may be thought of The Tribune itself as the aggrcssivo ...

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. — 21 January 1896

i IP'fjr1 7i j"'"f tlfW'twr0 ,frvVf -"J'' ' V- f-'1' ft i?'1 i'tsfi, f Wy?"" 1 i - " r "WWtl A 3 JOHN. E. BRENNAN in "TIM, THE TINKER" Auditorinm; THURSDAY 66 i M f'?fW5 !,! HOSTS' wm Til 111 Our work Is always good. Our work Is better than uver before. XSOi 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 inatter 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 wo have in stock will bo sold at afigure that will make them go. They are truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while they last. Yours to please. 188 Front St. Marietta, 0, Oil Men ! Don't neglect your selves ! Don't freeze your feet! WEAR OUR Wool Boots; Rubber Boots, Heavy Shoes, And bo happy. 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. Give u...

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. — 21 January 1896

ft " r fc ''JJ''MBW'f.W'W'i f SWWJJJ SF wpgp pv"iw''i''-i'fi'jj'y-i'fi'j?1'1111' mpmmttfmwmpa r,; v ' Vnn . r , V t ' I ( ! ''I it .4 i if B' V; THE Urea ExGitement LAST WEEK ADOUT OUR ain Sale WHICH CONTINUES ThiS WEEK ONU Come now and pattici- pate in the Lowest Prices we have ever inade. SEE HERE SPECIAL. Lamps in six styles Vase and Banquet in Brass and Nickel at $1.49, worth $2.4S to $3.0S. Lots of other styles, at away down prices. . .: 1 case Lancaster Ginghams at 4jc a yard. Fruit ot the Loom and Lonsdale Muslin at Gc a yard. Brown Muslin at 2c, 3!;e, 4Ac and oc a yard. i Childrens Wraps at 9Sc, $1.4S and $2.-lS. Ladies and Misses Wraps from 9Sc to 5.08. 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, Gc, S.V, 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 B...

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. — 22 January 1896

HfST. i-f w,yvf?'"'.iflw.y vr,i---- &SfjrfF5 5I ff'i'i.ft?, ' 1 ul M V -. 'AJ ll MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. VOL. II: NO. 19 MARIETTA. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 189G. PRICE ONE CENT GEN. EWING Succumbs to His Injuries by a . Cable Car in New York. At First It Was Thought the General Was Not Badly Hurt, JBut 11 oil Sj-mptonset In and He Rradoilly Sank to Death The Dead, Lawyer and Statesman Waa Well Enoifn In Ohio, Ilia Old name. New Yoiik, Jan. 21. Don. Ewing -who was knocked down and injured .Monday morning by a cable car at Third avenue and 18th street, died Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock, as a Tesult of his, Injuries. It was thought Monday that the general was not badly hurt and his speedy recovery was looked for. Bad symptoms set in, howovor, at a late hour Monday night -and Gen. Ewing gradually sank into unconsciousness. His death followed Tuesday morning. OUV. T1I0JIV8 KWINC1. i Oen. Thomas Ewing was borndn Lan caster, O., in 18.20. He was graduated at Iti own university, ...

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. — 22 January 1896

"WMU . fV iiiiiiiaiiui ii ipnifii i i i.f i if km i jijmiii s m ymtfiss- TOSWr 1ST ! I h r J MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .ESTABLISHED lfeSI. QBOBOB M. COOKE, JOHN W. I.ANSLKV, - EDITOK. ASSOCIATK. Published every day except Sunday, at the Loader Building, Putnam streev and Muskingum Avenue. Th,eiiione. No. 3 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22. 1806 We will constdor It a uroat favor If subscribers will report any failure to get their Lender, or any careless ness on the plrt of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless -tYfo i carrier punches his credit tag J,n,subrscrlbT er's presence. ; Bevorly-Watorford- Lanpenberg Bros, have somewhat improved the old tannery building1 on Fourth street. ov Homo one stole two sacks of flour and a package of sugar from D. P. Mathews' wagon Friday night. The wagon was standing at PitticoriTs store. A warrant was at once sworn out against Sam Hootsel, and Marshal Beebe searched the house in vain for the stolen property. This is, not the first time thi...

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. — 22 January 1896

if If t s"1' ' JOHN. E. BRENNAN in "TIM, THE TINKER" Auditorium, THURSDAY TTT v f M h H 4 Irocrasliiiati Is the thtuf of time. This is why somo pcoplo fail to got a photograph. Tho instantaneous process removes old time objections. The Marietta Picture Man. 9 . f ebruary 1st i 'ft ';'m'H Wo 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, hatSj caps, neckwear and all kinds of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in slock wilL be sold at a figure that will make them go. They are truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while they last, 'ours to please. Sam Sulzbaclter, 1188 Front St. Marietta, O, 'Fanners ? Oil Men-! Don't neglect your selves ! Don't freeze your feet! WEAR OUR Wool Boots, .Rubber Boots, Heavy Shoes, And be happy. 159 Trusses! We have the best and most com plete -line in Jtliis part of the state, and always gunran- tee a lit or m...

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. — 22 January 1896

m m H: . ' : z . . 1 N 1 !. IV i if ii ij eii IL: . - fMB CONDENSED NEWS To make 100111 for Spring Goods wo havo decided to soil tho follow- TOT7ITD A f "f?Cj pWrir . f m(i nwti-i1 rrrrA a n ft A n nvrtn 4 ii n it if it Kn 111 ItlfrO of rt "MA Wit j-tH tiiri IB JL.JUT -JITjU- JU .UlLl i ' liistfs I 'Bani . tj j ' t. n.A-.v- y,iQ vtii-f n tnlm nf s1'. i if noil umii nii nr mi cima vtn win n rnii vnippn inr vniirsnii wiiii i iinirrrnnTi HKi -' ' tl"nlin'n """""""' """ .,uu"" '." "';".'".""- - ...--.-.,-- vu u v yt H Mlllll rk II V II U ioo.oou. 'm a inn Urcat lUrgain Sale camo to a close, Saturday evening, and some ,vonderful Hargains were given to the Thousands of customers who thronged our store rooms. Hut this week we will outdo our former eftorts in Bargains before Stock TaUintr. Don't wait one hour for we will not promise the prices or the goods any longer than the pieseut stock lasts. SEE HEEE: A Few of the Specials: One case Ij.mcaster Gingham at 5 cts. '.2000 yards open work l...

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. — 23 January 1896

r( -", ;V ff W&ffifr .ft I MARIETTA -IAILiY -LEADER. I L VOL. II: NO. 20 MARIETTA, OHIO. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1890. KRICE ONE OBN1 FOUR DEAD. Fire -Destroys a Five-Story Building at St. Louis. Members of the Salvago Corps Buried Under a Collapsed Floor. Thrco Flrnmon Shocked Into Insensibility by Lire Eloctrlo Wires Loss on Ittilld- Incnnd btock Wilt Aggrcgnto 8300,- 000 The Insurance Is Ample' St. Louis, Jan. 22. At 10 o'clock Tuesday night firo destroyed the five tory building at No. 415 North Broad way, occupied by A. S. Aloo & Co., op ticians. The rear of tho building abuts on a ten-foot alley, and through this alloy runs a mass of electric wires, rendering tho work of tho firemen difficult and hazardous. Three men wcro shocked into insensibility by contact with wires, and Foreman Hynes, of Engine Co. No. 23, fell from a ladder and was sori ously injured by tho fall. Twenty-two streams of water wero poured inof fcctlvoly upon tho blaze. While the salvago corps wero i co...

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. — 23 January 1896

iwiiMiii3iMrws?CT3mn SiSsiiQ VWIRHpHpB "2SWV& itKv t,, "j'fi f inir'l'-"t'T f" tfs PH WlwWWIrff jlW" W H. ?'.., ' ' f r .,. -. , . y. ,, ,."-, ,Vr.--W-r-; - - - - - -w, ...uinfrCTnjg nW11)-M1 V h A .4 r i -' MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .ESTABLISHED 1881. OKOUOK M. COOKE, JOBH W. LAN8LKV, EDITOlt. ASSOCIATE. FnbllBhed every day except Sunday, at the Leader ISuildlng, muuni aauot and Muskingum Avenue. Telephone. No. 3 THURSDAY, JAN. 23, I80G Wo will cor9ldor It a nroat favor If subscribers will repjrt any failure togetthulr Leadnr, or any cureless noss on tha part or the currlur. Subscribers will pleaso not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. HAWAII, THE "PEARL OF THE PACIFIC." (Copyright, ISfW, by Funk & Waonaixs Com pany, New Yorlc.) Special correspondence to the Marietta Leader. Honolulu dates its .existence as a town from 1810. lleforo this date it was a mere fishing1 village. At the time mentioned there were several white men on...

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. — 23 January 1896

" " 5 5?W f 3 JOHN." E. BRENNAN in- "TIM, THE TINKER" Anditorium, THURSDAY r arr'TPTTl i1 V " J v Procrastination la tho thlof of time. This Is why somo people fail to trot their photographs taken. Tno instantaneous process remoyes old timo objections. wof. &raw 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, shirt?, 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. N Yours to please. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER THURSDAY, JAN. S3. IOBO PERSONAL AND LOCAL. arn i -.88 Front St. 5 Marietta, 0. Far-mere ! 'I eassisters "SM SI I Don't neglect your selves ! Don't freeze feet!. your WEAR OUR Wool Boots, Rubber Boots, Ileavy Shoes, And bo happy. 0 j" an ! . fijstel &t ...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 23 January 1896

surwwwTl '''I'lfi'rtU tvH'UW' ' " '- -Vifl 4.P$?W WWiA Hwi' ww'W'Wi:-$ymtmmmv mpr" s.1"1' u I.B ft. Www i ' " IE !U ffiv- T lr t rl ftrt' w W. VS 'l ' Jk UtV Fnb l Til - V su to i no ,i c th or I! (C s I 1 ciii s lip Store's Great llargaln Snlo came to n close, Saturday evening, and some wonderful llargains were tjiven to the Thousands of customers who thronged our store rooms. l!ut this week wo will outdo our former efforts in liargnins before Stock Takinor. Don't wait one hour for we will not promise the prices or the goods any longer than the present btock lasts. SEE HEEE: A Few oflhe Specials: One case Lancaster Gingham at ' cts. :000 yards open work Kmbroidcries, Swiss and Cambric, at Vil4c wortli 25c These goods speak for themselves and have never been sold at less than 2.1c a yard. oOOU yards Linen Torchon Laces at ljsfe, 2c, 4c, Oc to l'.'c a yard. 1'ure Linen Laces at less than other stores ask for cotton goods. 100 dozen six cord Machine Cotton, 8 spools for 5 cents. as do...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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