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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 15 August 1896

? u u MARIETTA DALLY LEADER. rt vol. ix. fro. ior MARIETTA, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1896. PRICE ONE CENT! i Mx K S' W V" , I' t THE EXPLORER, Dr. Jansen, Returns to Vardo From the Polar Regions. The Expedition Traversed the Polar Sea to a Point Northward "" Ol! the Nowlberlan Islands, tb Latitude 80 Decreet, 14 Mlnntcs North No K Liml'W'iH Sighted North or Latitude 83 Degrees. , Vaiido, Aug. 14. "Dr. Nanscn, tho Arctic explorer, arrived hero Thurs day. Ho 6iys that hU expedition at tained one of its objects in traveling the polar sea to a point northward of the new Siberian islands, namely, to latitude 80 decrees 14 minutes north. No land was, sighted north of latitude 82 degrees. After reaching' the par allel of 80.14, the expedition went south to Franz Joseph's land, where it spent the winter, the members subsist ing on bear's ilesh and blubber. sn. rnrrjojr hakset. Dr. Xansen arrived here on tho steamer Windward, which is conveying provisions to tho Jackson Harmsworth expediti...

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 August 1896

i rs ,. "II P9 .. i -' . "W T5&I II to r0 & Bnft t?tH W 1. Si'" I? IV ifct' I& 4 , A DAILY LEADER ,BABUSHXD 1BS1. WMW S M. OOOKK, KDITOB. ASSOCIATE. W. LAH8LEY rjnutifl every day xcept Sunday, at the ) MMtr uuiiamg, mnuu b "" Mnskingum Avenue. BMUFHOHK. No. 3 W will consider It a great favor If twlMorlbers will roport any failure set their Lender, or any oareless Wh on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay It oarrters unless the oarrler Wiohes his credit tag In subscrib er presence. i SATURDAY. AUGUST 15. 1896 nf For Preiltlent, TFILLIA8I McK.IN.KY, Of the United States. For Vice-President."' GARRETT A. HODART, 01 New Jersey. Q' I Bepubllcan State Ticket. Vot Secretary of State. CHARLES KINNEY, ol Scioto Co POr Judged the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co. Iter Pood and Dairy Commissioner, . JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, ot Belmont Co. Vox Member Board of Public Works, FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co. Congreatlonal Ticket. ror Congress, 15th D...

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 August 1896

' . ,.(. ' 'fen II SU'l rrj tould You Go l blacksmith shop to buy a fine oven If they offered, to "mAkk ikAv?" did you go for a ilnei photograph there Is alack of skill, taste ana esstvo enterprise? VUiero the Lies are 'scant and the apparatus lid out-of-date? largest, fnost modern and com- gallery in South-eastern Ohio i thoroughly ui'-to-DAtk worlc is Iced io owned and operated by 'Offd ' The Marietta PWturfcMan. J A 93h immmmmmtv 'The Quad." MRU MARIETTA DAILY LEADED SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1886 PERSONAL AND LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Dearth and son, Willard, of Marietta, camo up to this place laBt Friday on a visit to Mrs. Dearth's mother, Mrs. Mary Parker. Mr. Dearth left the first of the week to resume his trips on the road, but Mrs. Dearth and son will remain here sev eral weeks. Beverly Dispatch. Our good friend, Mr. Frank T. Fowler, of "Fowler Bicycle" fame, of Chicago, writes The Advance that he will visit the scenes of his boyhood days in Boverly within the next thirty bwys. 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. — 15 August 1896

,v a ( P I - ' B.&O.S-W.RY i A MILLION Dollars , Yes, It's Hoi; TIME TABLE. irauu leave marietta as tonows i For Cincinnati, 10:10 am, ll:l5pui. for St. Louis, 10:10 a m 'litis p m, , To be Given Away in Articles of Real Value to the Users of - Ul UUUlDTiilDi 1U:U U Ui, 111ZO U ID. For Parkersburg, 10:40 a m, t6:oo a m. UVw ftafnvut R.ni, ,A.,n a.M ,.et ,.n. ' Competition Bolter' mm ForOblllicothe,'lO:40 a m 11:25 p m,i For New York, l:l& p m, UiU p m. Dally. tExeept Sunday. rw aetaii information regarding 'r ""o onconnecimg lines, sleeping, parlor I Our Prices Hottest and Lowest. Rv.. MarlAtt.il- n ,,. " A2.vB,AVAiJrh.Af??'ant g"i pf "ww4uwumin, UU1U. 3-"r m IP l . Business is business, lceop it up and we will keep prices right down. Grand benefit, prices reduced below all competition. It'3 generosity, not competition, that induces us to mako the following low quotations. The quality as heretofore is up to tho stan dard. "Lives there a man with soul so dead Who nevor to him...

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 August 1896

mwwfmW1' ? A. , - Ji ,"" ,K MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. 1d itL , a H VOL. II. KO. 196 MARIETTA, OHIO, MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1896. PRICE ONE CENT . NAKSEN'S STORY Claims to Have Gone Farther North Than Any Explorer. His Terrible Experiences in the Ice Floes of the Arctic Regions. 111$ Vcsiel Frozen In Thirty Feet of Ice and Subject to Terrlbte lYewure lie Leave, the Hunt to Explore Region Unknown Loscp 1IU Bearings. Londo.v, Aug. 15. The Chronicle, Saturday morning1, publishes the btory of Frltjof Nanscn of his expedition to the Arctic sea. Dr. Nansen arrived at Vardo, Norway, Thursday, and says: "The. Tram tclt Jujor Btralt Aucust 4. 1891 Wo hud to force our oy through much Ico along the Siberian coast. Wo discovered an Island In the Kara ee and a groat number of (stands along the const of Capo Chcljusltln. In several places we found ovldcnccs of a slarftal epoch, durlnic which northern Siberia must have been covered by an Island to a ureal ox tcnt. "Wo passed the ffew Siberian Islands Sep ...

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 August 1896

Tjr W, V i- ,tl Tn fa P R4 is MARIETTA DAILY LEADER EKABUSBXD 1831. SOBSB X. COOKS, fiDlTOn. ASSOCIATE. I W. ULNBLEY rmfelUhed every day xoept Sunday, at the iSSlet Building. Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. TMJtPHONE. No. 3 Wa will consider It a groat fayor If subscribers will roport any failure to sat their Loader, or any oareleBS nas on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will pleaso not pay the carriers unloos the carrier punches his credit tag. In qubscrib mtr'B presence. MONDAY, AUGUST 17. 1896., J For President; william Mckinley, ni tho TTnltml Stnteg. n For Vice-President. GARRETT A. HOBAKT, Of Hew Jersey. , Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co. For Judge of tne Supreme Conrt, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co. For 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, 1Mb District, H. n. VAN VOORHIS, of Mushlnnum Co...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 17 August 1896

Vjr If V Would You Go To a blacksmith shop to buy a fine watch even If they ottered to 'Make 'KU CIIEAl'?" Would you go for a fine photograph where there Is a lack of skill, taste and progressive enterprise? Where the facilities are "scant and the apparatus old and out-of-tfate? The "largest, most modern and com plete gallery In South-eastern Ohio where thoroughly up-to'DATE work Is produced Is qvrned and operated by Mtfu,; xu i!) m (it l" ?HJ TheftflarTittimcftire Man. A seahq inn Jf immmmmmmft "The Quad." The Largest Picture and the Smallest Camera Combined for $5.00. For Sale by CHARLES BIAJME THE JEWELER ! Putnam street, Marietta, 139 Ohio. WUUUiUUUUUuU Look At This! A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse Bike at $53,00. S 15 00 down, 83.75 per week for 4 weeks and $2.50 per week thereafter until paid for. Specifiations: 24, 20 Inch frame, Birmingham seamless tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of wood, enameled or nlckled handlebars, finish maroon or black. Bearings oil tempered...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 17 August 1896

tvmmrWFr' S3. ,Tlr " ' Q, r v '57 ';."' f" f stt iU.. J. if, lvJ ll A t ?TBt I'H & j ': ' Oh, Yes, It's Hot; CoDiyetition Hotter! Our Prices Hottest and Lowest. Business Is business, keep it up and wo will keep prices right down. Grand benefit, prices reduced below all competition. It's generosity, not competition, that induces us to make the following low quotations. The quality as heretofore is up to the stan- "Lives thero u. man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said 1 have not your quotations read?" And more especially never favored the Original Bargain Store with a purchase. "It is never too late to mend; There is yet hope in the end," If you will hustle around right lively and get some of the special bargains wo offer evory day. Yes it's hot, red hot; but trade keeps up just the same, and we know we are on the right track to get it LOTS more of Dress nants; they go quick. Goods Bem- That special doal of Silk Grenadines, Satins and Silk Crepons nearly all out. Nev...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 18 August 1896

vy-.i ' ....aU . i -C. Ul - . .-. .' ,..rt.f-. 1?" r ,"" h' '1' r- MARIETTA DALLY LEADER. VOL. II. TO. 197 MABIETTA, OHIO, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1896. PRICE ONE CENT MS x . ;- SERIOUS RIOT In Dublin During a Big Nation alist Demonstration. Procession Was Attacked by Some of the Bystanders With Stones. The Nationalists Then Chargo the Crowd With Their Spear, Wounding Many People Tho rclloo Then Attach tho Blotera and Vie Their Batons. Belfast, Aug. 17. Serious rioting occurred here Monday morning in con nection with tho nationalist manifesta tions in favor of granting amnesty to tho Irish political prisoners. There were several processions of national ists through the streets as a beginning, and they were finally merged into a large procession, headed by bands men, armed with spears. Tho proces sion soon attracted immenso crowds of people and stone throwing com menced. This served to enrage tho nationalists, and the bandsmen at tacked tho, crowd with their spears, wounding many people....

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 18 August 1896

m&RW&tg&s K V r j BT?" - i m: A i & I'M . k'St i (ft $ 1$T a;- i. J ' l a Lis bV MARIETTA DI3tiY LEADER' , iBKAaUBBXp 1981. ' ' MOBQB K. COOKE, JOSS W. LAHBXK? EDITOR. ASSOCIATE. rnUBbed every day xcept Sunday, at the ' xeMer Bunding. Putnam Sweet and Muskingum Avenue. TSIXPHONK. No. a We will consider It r. great favor If subscribers will report any failure to set their Lender, or any careless neis'on the part of the carrier. Subsorlbors will please not pay the carriers unless the oarrlor punches his oredlt tag In subscrib er's presence. TUESDAY. AUGUST 18. 1896 For President, WILLIAM MclilNLKY, Of the United States. For Vice-President. GARRETT A. HOBART, Of New Jersey. Republican State Ticket. for Secretary of State, CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co. or Judge of the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette Co, rat Food and Dairy Commissioner, JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Belmont Co. For Member Board of Public Works, FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co. For Circuit Judge...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 18 August 1896

Si, L M 7-v p vfti 4 ' ', 3 1. 71 M. I;t? Lr ' f KWWTTllViV' -7 J"" ' Would You Go To a blacksmjth shop to buy li flno watch oven if they offered to "hake 'eh'chea.!'?" ' " Would you go ,for a floe photograph whero therp Is a facte of skill, tasto and progressive enterprise? Whero the facilities are 'scant and the apparatus old and out-of-date? The largest, most modern and com plete gallery in South-eastern Ohio where thoroughly up-to-date work is produced is owned and operatod by The Marietta Picture Man. tmmmmmmmfl u. 'The Quad.' jj The Largest Picture and the Smallest Camera Combined for (5.00. For Sale by OHAELES BLTJME THE JEWELER I 129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio. UWiUUlUUUIUUUi Look At This! A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuso Bike at J5D.00. J15.00 down, S3. 75 per week for 4 weeks and 82.50 per week thereafter until paid for, Speciflations: 24, 26 inch frame, Birmingham seamless tubing, Vim or M. & V. tires, choice of wood, enameled or nickled handle bars, finish maroon ...

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 August 1896

HX5S ifKtw spwjpra :r ir Pjw A, I&! S I m ms i& i ifc itY i u- -i ," Ii ? a M i? ' K. ., l- WHY Are We Thronged? What Is the Attraction ? t v.- ..J oi.1(i-7 ttmnn llko theSO it is only the unusual bargains that don t go a-bogging. Values, and big ones at, alone possess the power to interest. Sunstroke itself may bo braved to got your rightful shore of what wo oner this weok. Read the Record, Then Run the Risk. No month in the year holds as many bargain surprises for you as this month of August Lot of Summer Wrappers going live ly at 59, C9, 79 and 9Sc. Great values. 1000 yards Colored Satins at 25c a yd, good value at 35 and 40c 25 pieces Fancy Silks for Waists in Persian, Plaids, Flowers and Stripped effects at only 39c a yd., reduced from 65, 75, 85 and 98c a yard for this sale and this week only. Take Notice: To get these special bargains you must come and got them when advertised; they are too good to keep. Did you ever hear the like? Full 100 yard spool Best Silk Thread...

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. — 19 August 1896

K- 20 J ! w A of " "J rj "J H" MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. MARIETTA, OHIO, IVJDSTESDAY, AUGHJST 19, 1896. VOIi. II.TNO. 198 PRICE ONE CENT "CARRIED' GUNS. An Attempt to Mob the Umpire Met With Bullets. He Opened a Vsliso and Handed Re volvers' to His Favorite Team. iv " & j i A Rlol Follows In Which 8lx Men Wore More or Less Severely Wonnded, One an Innocent Itvttundcr Two or Threu of the Wonnded Mar Die. Poi-LAn GnovE, Ark., Aug. IS. Ne groes. from Iho Polls and ' the Lowry plantations (met hews to play a- ball game for a'stako of 55. William Griffin, tho umpire, and an adherent of the Polk side, held the 'stakes. Id the third inning Griffin gave a close decis ion on a blido to third base, which greatly incensed tho Poplar Groveites, who rushed in. a body upon tho umpire and his son, the latter being the scorer for tho gtlmc. f The umpire 'grabbed up a valise which he had brought along, opened it and disclosed several loaded pistols, which'he handed out to the motl of his side. Inst...

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. — 19 August 1896

mzEm m wfil rwm w'ftWireTW!PWW'T -iii. urrr it r K v . h ft k?1 " h I w ,r 1 r. 1 . 41; i ' I'J ' 2' Hi :i r . I I I L 1 4 M IT 9 MARIETTA DAILY LEADER Established 1831 0B6B M. OOOKK, fOXS W. LAH6LKY ED1T0B. ASSOCIATE. wwwjss .as ss&JSSSS'Ji ,hc "SSSSwSaiaiS. PmSa-straad fmnmiUfum vtuuuv Xblxfbore. No. 3 Wo will consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any failure to get their Lender, or any oareleaa ness on the Dart of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the oarrlor punches his orpdlt ta In subscrib er's presence. . WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IO, 1890 For President, WILLIAM McKINLEY, Of the United States. For Vice-President. GARRETT A. HODART, 01 New Jersey. Republican State Ticket. for Secretary ol State. CHARLES KINNEY, ol Scioto Co. ot Judge or the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, ot Fayette Co. for Food and Dairy Commissioner, JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Belmont Co. For Member Board of Public Works, FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co For Circui...

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. — 19 August 1896

3 L- .jlc Would You Go To'a blacksmith shop iovbuy u fine watch 'even W they offered to "make 'KM CUEAr?" "Wdulcl you go for a fine photograph where thoro Is 'a lack of skill, taste and progressive enterprise? Whore the facilities are 'scant and the apparatus old and out-of-date? The largest, most modern and com plete gallory In South-eastern Ohio where thoroughly up-to-date work Is produced Is owned and operatod by Mmu&. . 'TrjeiMariettaRictureMan. wwwmwwmw "the Quad." The Largest Picture and the Smallest Camera Combined for 85.00. For Sale by CHARLES BLXJME THE JKWELER I 129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio. WWMWWWWW - Look At This! A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuso Ulkeat 555,00. $15.00 down, fS.75 per week for 4 weeks and $2.50 per week thereafter until paid for. Specifiations: 24, 20 inch frame, Birmingham seamless tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of wood, enameled or nickled handlo bars, finish maroon or black. Bearings oil tempered and dust proof. There are no stampin...

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. — 19 August 1896

t , if ink-i : . , y . Hi T" --vfi--- iJm ft. u J. L in B.&O.S-W.RY A UP v W ? -t H' 5? a i I ?t WHY Are We Thronged? What Is the Attraction ? In hot and sultry times llko these It is only the unusual bargains that don t go a-begging. Values, and big ones at, alone possess the power to interest. Sunstroke itself may be braved to get your rightful shoro of what wo oiler this weak. Read the Record. Then Run the Risk. No month in the year holds as many bargain surprises for you as this month of August. Lot of Summer Wrappars going live ly at 59. 09, 79 and 9Sc. Great values. 1000 yards Colored Satins at 2.rc a yd, good value at 35 and 40c. 25 pieces Fancy Silks for Waists in Prsian. Plaids. Flowers and Stripped effects at onlv 89c a yd., reduced from 65, 75, 85 and OSc a yard for this sale and this week only. Take Notice: To get these special bargains you must come and get them when advertised; they are too good to keep. Did you ever hear the like? Full 100 yard spool Best Silk Thr...

Publication Title: Marietta Daily Leader
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 20 August 1896

Of,, ) . k' M ' V 1 t . Su. N" 1 r1r- MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. $ m VOL. II- NO. 199 MABIETTA, OHIO", THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1896. PRICE OjSTE CENT i DEFEATED. Garcia Drives Out the Spaniards and Captures Holguin. Gen. RoloIF Lands an Expedition on theCoast of Moro at Las Pledras. In the Fight at Ilolgnln the Troops Were Compelled to Itetreai, With Heavy Loss The Bodies of Their Dead 'Were Lett on tho Field. HAVANA, Aug. 19. The news that Gon. Roloff had landed an expedition at Las Pledras, coast of Moro, and that Garcia had captured the city of Uol gnln is true Ono hundred Spanish sol diers, who were escorting a convoy from Canto to Cayraas, MnnzaniUo, wero surrounded by a superior forco of patriots, who attached tho Spanish forco from all sides. Tho troops sus tained heavy losses, much larger than the official figures, which arc given us two officers and 21 privates killed. Tho bodies of tho dead were left on tho field, the Iroops being compelled to hurriedly retreat to escape annihila...

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. — 20 August 1896

'lu r -v " V IS i !i MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABUSniD ISSll BOBOE M. OOOEK, IOHS W. LANBLET EDITOR. ASSOCIATE. PobUshod every day wrapt Sunday, at he Eeder Building. Putnam Street and Muskingum Avenue. Tklkfhone. No. 3 We will consider It a groat favor If ubscrlbors will report any failure to set their Leader, or any careless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the oarrler punches his credit tag In subscrib er's presence. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. I896 For President, WILLIAM McKIULEY, Of the United States. For Vice-President. GAKRETT A. HOBAHT, Of New Jersey. Bepubllcan State Ticket. For Secretary of State, CHARLES KINNEY, of Scioto Co. or Judge of the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Payette Co, ror Food and Dairy Commissioner. JOSEPH E. BLACKBURN, of Belmont Co, For Member Board of Public Works, FRANK A. HUFFMAN, of Van Wert Co. T"or Circuit Judge, ., . HIRAM L SIBLEY, of Washington Co For Common Pleas Judge, JOSEPH M. WOOD, of At...

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. — 20 August 1896

fwsn J J- . V .." u V i. VTflTt ' ..- Would You Go To a blacksmith shop to buy a fine watch oven If thoy offered to "make 'EM CHEAP?" Would you go for a line photograph where thoro la alack of skill, taste and progressiva enterprise"? Where tho facilities are 'scant and the apparatus old and out-of-date? The largest, most modern and com plete gallery in South-eastern Ohio where thoroughly up-to-date work Is produced is owned and operated by M The Marietta Pjcture Man. tmmmmmmmn "The Quad." The Largest Picture and the Smallest Camera Combined for 85.00. For Sale by CHARLES BLUME THE JEWELEIt t 129 Putnam street, Marietta, Ohio. UUUUWUiUIUUUil Look At This! A fine Lady's or Gent's Syracuse Hike at $55,00. 515.00 down, $3.75 per week for 4 weelre and $2.50 per week thereafter until paid for. Speciflations: 24, 20 inch frame, Blrminghp seamless tubing, Vim or M. & W. tires, choice of wood enameled or nickled handle bars, finish maroon or black. Bearings oil tompered and dust proof. ...

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 August 1896

Vf !-;. pr if".. 1 H B.&O.S-W.RV j5xx:i:e:2::s:xJ 1 11 6- I I!'' I fSr W V yi WHY Are We Thronged? What Is the Attraction ? In hot and sultry tlmos liko these It Is only the unusual bargains that don t go a-begging. Values, and big ones at, alone possess the power to Interest. Sunstroke Itself may be braved to got your rightful shoro of what wo otter this week. Read the Record, Then Run the Risk. No month in the year holds as many bargain surprises for you as this month of August. Lot of Summer Wrappers going live ly at 59, 09, 79 and 9Sc. Great values. 1000 yards Colored Satins at 25c a yd, good value at 35 and 40c. 25 pieces Fancy Silks for, Waists in Persian, Plaids, Flowers and Stripped effects at only 39c a yd., reduced from ti5, 75, 85 and 9Sc a yard for this sale and this week only. Take Notice: To get these special .lnfl . vniicf. nnmn nnrl TGt them when advertised; they are too good to keep. Did you over hear the like? Full 100 yard spool Best Silk Thread in Black and C...

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