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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marietta daily leader. — 24 January 1896

. "tc a to MARIETTA DALLY LEADER. :&o? tetv " MARIETTA OHIO. FJRTDA if, "JANUAIIY 24, 1890. ten VOL. XI: NO. 21 PRICE ONE CENT SrWp CALLS A HALT. Senator Wolcott Condemns the Monroe Doctrine Resolutions. Is Thankful That He is of the Same Race as the English. Spoke Contemptuously of tho'l'eoplo.pf the Vencrnela Itepubllo Cons'lderiCleTO-' land's Message and Appolntmentfof the Commission ai lll-Advlied. Washington, Jan. 23. The special feature of Wednesday's session in tho fcenato was the speech of Senator Wol cott, of Colorado, In condemnation of tho proposed extension of tho Monroe doctrine and in criticism of tho action of tho executive and. legislative departments of the govornmont on tho Venezuelan question. With an ardor and eloquence that arrested tho attention of senators on both sides of tho chamber and of crowds in tho galleries, Mr. Wolcott spoke of tho -aid given by Great Url tain to tho people of Venezuela in breaking tho Spanish yoke and said that thoso who we're to...

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. — 24 January 1896

:Bff v 4- - '-ip:-"' -ti irur 51 --r. -jj-" .jit MIMIMlim -- . . MMMnmaMMM iiiynwi.ti'iii. 11 mil) )";'H""iftl'"""y,,'fiH''";t "w"J.'.u,.'-i,,yi.i,M,iy,,';t'jw,i,)(Jl ft''...',. r?riv ..fw !"vT'WH!:;r -5E jyw;wniiipiKin I III IWIHB lIIMH mi IMIIIMI1ll II ll I.I 1 HSeMlW 5Wv'-"WWW'' PHimVMBHPW! ' i.l Mil JWBHrlPHW" MUHUIPJ '" jto.U'?H" f , , ... ...-.. .-, .. , - , .,..-, nn,T 1 .-!- ...... ,.- ..- .-,,,. rl .1.. , .. J.. XH ' wh.h J-, Ait.. . ,wym i4 n 1 "i I- S-1 ll I I' I I? ( r ; M y J"! marita daily. Leader .ESTABLISHED 1S81. QKOnOE M. dOOKE, JOHM W. LA.HBLEY, - EDITOIt. ABBOCIATK. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Uuildlng, 1'utnain sireai and Muskingum Avenue. TELEPHONE. No. 3 FRIDAY, JAN. 24, IBCO Wo will consider It a great favor If subscribers will report any failure to set their Lender, or any careless ness on the pirtof the carrier. Subscribers will please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his cru'dit tag In subscrib er's presence. It was not ...

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. — 24 January 1896

xfctiyffiiffitfR V f7!l!r WT r $' !' .fit,'' ' ' Procras Is tho thiol of time. This Is why some p6ople foil to got Uieir photographs taltcu. ' Tnc instantaneous process removes old time objections. WOf, The Marietta Picture Man. February 1st We begin invoicing and as we can invoice cash easier than goods vta 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 Swtebacher, 188 'Front St. Marietta, 0. Farmers ! Teamsters ! 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 this part of tho 6tate, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Give us a trial. We will...

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. — 24 January 1896

fflSSSK " - 1 m ;j ; v ' V) 114 V K r to -" m liii's BarpiB fUniin'r. n III llll II MUCK ,,r. ., I' '" ' Great llargain Sale came to a close, Saturday evening', and some wonderful liargnins were iven to the Thousands of customers who thronped Jour store rooms. Hut this woelc wo will outdo our former efforts in Hargains before Stock Takirnr. Don't wait one hour for wo will not promiso the prices or the goods 1 any longer than the present stock lasts. SEE HEEB: A Few of the Specials: One case Lancaster Gingham at B cts. !2000 yards open work Embroideries, Swiss and Cambric, at 12,'tfc, worth 25c These goods speak for themselves and have never been sold at less than Sou a yard. S000 yards Linen Torchon Laces at 1,'rfe, 'Jc, 4c, Oc t6 12c a yard. l'ure Linen Laces at less than other stores ask for cotton goods. 100 do.en six cord Machine Cotton, 3 spools for fi cents. 25 dozen Men's and Hoy's Hats for 25 cents; reduced from SO.1, 75c and Sl.CO. Children's Underwear at 10c, 15c, 20c 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. — 25 January 1896

HpiMiPnM! ?1! ' J MARIETTA DiUM LEADER. VOL. II: NO. 22 MARIETTA, OHIO. SATURDAYJANUARY 25, 1890. PRICE ONE 0EN1 l , -,5 IIP iHuFW ISLAMISM. It Must Prevail Throughout the Turkish Empire. Tho Day of Doom Seems to Come for the Armenians Have Unless -They ApostatUe Rxtreme Cruel tie. Are fnlllntmt Upon Th-m by tho Turk. Armenian Communities Al most Kntlrely Obliterated Boston, Jan. 24. A lottcr has bcon rccoived here from a llostonian In Con stantinople In which the correspond ent writes that details oMrfdlvldual cases of butchery, decoption, lying and apostatizing are dally coming to hand. One poor woman from a village near A ruble ir writes to her husband in this city and bewails that her whole vlllacro has turned Moslem and that sha Is compelled to write under her new Turkish name. Another woman writes to her hus band hero from Arabklr, whero out of 2,000 Armenian houses only 150 remain; whore 1,000 Armenians wcrotslain and where somo 0,000 eouIs are now hud dled together in tho re...

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. — 25 January 1896

m''jmm w ""wi' T,r'f;t--r7- Tfi'TrZr """ w'mVv y pv j,t"tt,ww9w"''fi v '1tyT"T' ""m ' t viw yr '( s ' v ' - , fcTT -( 4 il " " - I 'i ; li.3 T f u 'fcv I- ? I, if f ! J' r L f If, . :b f ', ?! M Ml 8 ,. ! ly I ' it to ;' i iff. f $$ KV vf o . iPHl I . ' .. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .Established 1R81. 8BOHOK 11. COOKE, JOHH W. LAKBLKV, BDITOB. ASSOCIATE. Published evory day except Sunday, ai the Leader Bulldlug, tuthuni aueuv una Mualtlnuum Avenue. TlLKPIIONE. No. 3 SATURDAY, JAN. 35. 1800 We will consider It a frroat favor If aubaorlbers will raport any failure to set their Lender, or any careless 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. Local Option InTokatlon. 4, Gov. Bushncll, In his iunugur.il, took wlmt. Minn mav consider1 ailvanoetl ground on tlie subject of taxation. lie1 advocated in effect the submission of a constitutional amendment providing1 for local option in the matte...

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. — 25 January 1896

'Ti& !&?&& fli9r&.il J&tfTvlr7 Jt ' "f 'i I- t1 rrl.! - 7U A F ' - i r " - 1 t 1 ) 3 Procrastination Is tho thief of time. This ts why sorao pooplo fall to Kot thoir photographs taltcn. Tno instantaneous process remoyes old time objections. yw, MARIETTA DAILY LEADER SATURDAY, JAN. 25. 1800 PERSONAL AND LOCAL i;he MairjG PicturRJarj. February list AVe begin invoicing nnd 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 1 are truly Bargains. Take advantage of them while they last. Yours to please. Sam 188 Front St. Marietta, O. Farmers ! Teamsters ! Oil Men ! Don't neglect your selves ! Don't freeze your feet! WEAR OUR Wool Boots, Kubber Boots, Heavy Shoes, And be happy. Qf1 159 Trusses! We have the best...

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. — 25 January 1896

IlilMIHMIW H"""W "! """ ipbB j -m . J . .oiiiwh H "'' HliaMJM ajssfMftWiiari.i MIMNIMHlfHM'1' mwfi mm fini" mm my" JHumMwmpMM BM BOSS, -J I . V . To make loom for Spring Goods we have decided to sell the follow ing named goods and a great many other things at a very low price. B. & O. S-W. RY ELLEN OSBORN'S LETTER. . ""p umnu.1,1,1, HIPPPPCS "WWpif ,. MARIETTA (lT,F"r inttbn s Barn Store's Great l$argain Sale camo to a close, Saturday evening-, and some A'ondcrful Itarg-ains were given to the Thousands of customers who thronged Jour store rooms. Hut this week we will outdo our former efforts in Bargains before Stock Taking. Don't wait one hour for we will not promise the prices or the goods any longer than the present stock lasts. SEE HERE: A Few of the Specials: One case Lancaster Gingham at S cts. '2300 yards open work Kmbroideries, Swiss and Cambric, at IM'jC, worth 38a. These goods speak for themselves and have never been sold at less than '250 a yard. 8000 yards Linen Torch...

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. — 27 January 1896

t&F"' WKWVHWWW1" ? ""WKF'vW'T tlfTT'VJ7'w'y '" m-r.v"r-r- v "" -"-' -"v -vi'-r-fi-'P -i rp- - T- . ' MARIETTA i .LdcLi AJJ JIj jL)m VOL. II: NO. 23 'r MARIETTA, OHIO. MONDAY, JAN UAH Y 27, 1890. PRICE ONE CEN1 HSM!BlwPPB!3IPP?T!RSS3TnriT 'rtft?W jLPjtSLJLLj JL i ' t. IN A DENSE FOG The American Liner, St. Paul, Goes Hard Aground". The Passengers Declined to Be Taken Off" by' the Life-Savers. Scene of tlio Accident Near the Brighton, Long Uftnch A Number of Prominent I'eople on Hoard The Mr. Paul 11ns Aboard 01.300,000 In bpccle. Sandy Hook, N. J., Jan. 25. The American Hnor Si. Paul, from South ampton for New York.struck tho outer bar off Hotel Brighton, Long Branch, N. J., during he dense fog,betweonland tJ o'clock Saturday morning'. She was shortly after discovered by tho patrol from Long Branch Life Saving station and preparations mndo to open com munication with her. Tho apparatus was dragged to tho place and brought into use, a shot fired across tho vessel, the hawser haule...

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. — 27 January 1896

aoesKsa ,j,.i., t.,. J?T u.-jm -IBy urjipi 3' '"V -n PHHpu imKg$m "iT .fciTJ T ' .1 - EffiZSKlSSS !"SfVBJMt,iiBitffe'V',i -t ',T-?ft-xrzr,;f tt"i. c ' - -t . Tr"TT NffiWflflNMMtanMMr .. V1V "T W''.-ivi---. 1 i i iiijji.hu .uyiMJrapMI. "M f"Fl,fWUjHMPfNP ti- '' ; ; MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED lbil. QK0118K M. COOKE, JOUR W. LAN8LKY, KDlTOll. AHSOCIATK. Pabllahod every duy 'xcopt Sunday, at' the liuadcr Building, l'utuuin riireei and Muslilnguin Avenue. Telephone. No. 8 MONDAY, JAN. 27. I BEG Wo will consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any falluro to net their Lender, or any careless ness on the piit of the carrier, Subscrlbors will please not pay tho carriers unless the carrier punches hjscrocllt tug In subscrib er's presence. The story Is rlfo that tho peerless Chauncey M. Depeiv is nboutj tg take to himself a bride a. charming uirl.of eighteen sumiWers.-' - ' J'-""Cif ArrEK all, tho Statu Senator utho robs his friend of 5100,000 compares favorably with him wh...

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. — 27 January 1896

i "' V f ' 3 W$p$Wfi '"ff'-v JwWffT fSm""'' -., vj(frni)FWWi-3!f' wflTW -, Procrastination Is tho thief of time. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER MONDAY, JAN. 27. 1890 This Is yliy some peoplo fall to jot tholr photographs taken. Tno Instantaneous process romoyos old time objections. vJheWaritta Picture Man. Februarpst? . T PERSONAL AND LOCAL. Mrs. Stella Uoopor, who has been visiting relatives hero since tho death of her husband will return home to Toledo today. She will bo accompan ied by her brother-in-law, 1$. Evoleldi. Lou Schllehor was arrcsed by Oflicer BabcocU Saturday night for breaking a pane of glass in Dan Hill's saloon on Front strcot Schlicher was intoxicated to tho obstreperous point und pave tho oflicer some trouble be fore hb was Anally landed. At tho annual meeting and ban quet of the Marietta College Club at Cincinnati last weelt-, there ..were prcs6nlY Drt J.'W. SltnfWon, PNMdttotj of, the College; W. V. Mills, President of'iieloa)rdofa''ru5tees; JSHJj1, kQI$$r "Wo begin in...

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. — 27 January 1896

IflnBlfwWPmii p mum wmiuhiiiiii'iiii Wi afcTt"rqg5l $i2SE2?!,e'''V5fi! jw" ' B" "wiwwt r y?-1 r.-"ww'i..,v.u.TMa BtDSMNHHBBnH " T t WKtniimammmamimmtmmim It lv Li l , y liisi 5 Bum Store's Great Bargain Sale camo to a cloe, Saturday evening, and some wonderful Bargains were given to the Thousands o customers who thronged lour store rooms. But this week we will outdo our former elforts in Bargains before Stock Taking. Don't wait one hour for we will not promise the prices or the goodb any longer than the present stock lasts. SEE HERE: A Few of the Specials: One case Lancaster Gingham at 5 cts. i!000 yards open work Kmbioideries, Swiss and Cambric, at 12Hc worth 25c. These goods speak for themselves and have never been sold at less than 23c a yard. COOO yards Linen Torchon Laces at lJic, 2c, 4c, (ie to 12c a ynrd. Pure Linen Laces at less than other stores nsk for cotton goods. 100 dozen six cord Jlachine Cotton, 2 spools for 5 cents. 25 dozen Men's and Boy's Hats for 23 cents; reduce...

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. — 28 January 1896

mjimtarmgi .'fiJlJ ... , J., J v .iil - MARIETTA DAILY LEADER. tf VOL. II: NO. 24 MARIETTA, OHIO, TUEDSAY, JANUARY 28, 189G. EKIOE ONE CENT m grTif- gfrr OUR MINISTER To Berlin, Hon Theodore Run yon, t)ies Suddenly. The Distinguished Diplomat, States man, Soldier and Lawyer Wns the Victim of lteart ' Failure The President Notified: of 111 Death ut nil JCarljr Hour' Monday Moraine A Short fckotch of Ills Life. Beiu.in, Jan. 87. lion. Theodore Runyon, tho American ambassador here, died of heart failure at 1 o'clock Monday morning. Mr. Runyon had been feeling1 badly for several days, but Saturday ho va6 apparently well again and went to the embassy. TJIKODOnE V. KUNVOJf. Me partook ot an alternoon amuei with his usual appetite, and at 10:30 p. m. went to bed. Ho awoko'at 12:30 o'clock Monday morning and stretched out his hand to his wife, seeming to bo toc ill to speak. Before Mrs. Run yon was ablo to summon asslstanco her husband began to breath heav ily. The doctor arrived at one o'c...

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. — 28 January 1896

1 r. MARIETTA DAILY LEADER ESTABLISHED 11561. GKOROK M. COOKE, JOHN TV. LAN8IJSV, - EDITOR. ASSOCIATE. Published every day xcept Sunday, at the leader Umldlhg, 1'utu.ttn oireuw and Muskingum Avenue. TsLErnoiiE. No. 3 TUESDAY, JAN. 28, 1886 Wo will consider It a groat favor If subscribers will report any failure to get their Lender, orany oareleas ness on the part ot the carrier. Subscribers wilt please not pay the carriers unless the carrier punches his credit tag in tubsorlb er's presence. In discussing tho Monroe doctrine, some of the Mexican papers remind ,thelr people that, thanks to that doc trine, tho French were- compelled to Withdraw their troops, which bolstered Jp. Maximilian's empire, and that had not the United States been engaged in a civil war at that time, European in tervention in Mexican affairs would never have taken place. They also say that no other nation oyer waged war so humanely as the United States; that in their war with Mexico the Americans forebore exacti...

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. — 28 January 1896

E9SRSE ji$a vWivti'',tfK-'. ?Vj""'"s 'wVww-..lwiTt-r -Vp-' 3 ifi 19? 20 Years Experience Couplod wtlh thorough ar tistic training', counts for BOtnothlntf. Our experience command. Is at your The Marietta Picture Man. rcuq 'Fiebfcuiry 1st u 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 furnisliing, in fact ev erything wo 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 Sulzbacher, 188 Front St. Marietta, O. THE SHOES WE HAVE ARE THE SHOES YOU WANT, AND PRICES 159 Trusses! We have the best and most com plete line in this part of tho state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Give us a trial. We will save you money. J. W. Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, Wholesale Retail. 128 Front Street. LEATHER...

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. — 28 January 1896

)1 , .-v 'A i ". Ji V- i a ti ti. " i ft: ' f ' ff Hilii s ini Store's Groat Uargain Sale cauio to a close, Saturday evening, and sonic tvondcrful Ilargains were given to tlio Thousands of customers who thronged Jour store rooms. But this week wo will outdo our former efforts in Bargains beforo Stock Takintr. Don't .wait one hour for we will not promise the prices or the goods any longer than the present stock lasts. SEE HERE: A Few of the Specials: One case Lancaster Gingham at C cts. 2000 yards open work Embroideries, Swiss and Cambric, at t'JKc, worth 25c These goods speak for themselves and have never beou sold at less than 25c a yard. S00O vards Linen Torchon Laces at l'tfc, 2c, 4c, Oe to 12c a yard. Pure Linen Laces at less than other stores ask for cotton goods. 100 dozen six cord .Machine Cotton, ') spools for 5 cents. . 25 dozen Men's and Hoy's Hats for 25 cents; reduced from SOc, 75c and ?1.00. Children's Underwear at lUc, 15c, 20c and 25c. were 20c, 'MA and 50c. Ladies' 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. — 29 January 1896

f'7t MARIETTA V ; -. -XjL LJLLti JLiJ r- VOL.. II: NO. 25 MARIETTA, OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 189G. PRICE ONE CEN1 DAILT LE if J" FATALITIES. Two Children Perish in a Burn ing Building in Pittsburgh. The Mother Jumps From a Second Story Window and is Fatally Hurt. Decants of Trouble With Her Husband n Now York Woman Feed Poison to Her Children The Motlior Thou Mulcldod Mnrderund Bobber at Vonkcrs. riTTSiiur.oil, Jan. 28. Mary, agod 5 years, and Norah, aged 3 yiars, chil dren o Mr. and Mrs. John Steele, of 103 South Sixteenth street, this city, wero burned to death, and Mr Steele sustained probably fatal Injuries in jumping from the second story win dow of their homo about 0 o'clock Monday night. Two other children escaped harm by their mother lower ing them in a sheet from a window into the hands of those below. Mr. Steele was absent nl worlc. Mrs. Steele and her four children, ranging in ago from six months' to soven years, wero in tho second-story front bed room. The children w...

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. — 29 January 1896

C..V.STJ- -.-r ""-' 7,r ' " if ' ir 'N'em.1 n''..w.r" ' i i v'.y T , 'vlL. iV v-" ' ' c 4' J Wt "1 w iWv-fw f vt i'j j i r u .; MARIETTA DAILY LEADER .KSTATlLISnEU lt)l., , OBOE M.,Oo'okA, EDITOI1. AMSOCIATK. Published every day except Sunday, at the Leader Building, 1'utuam siroei. and MuBklnguni Avenue. W ' A TipuoWE. No. 3 WEDNESDAY, JAN. 29. IOGO Wo will consider It a great favor If subscribers will report any failure to get '.heir Leader, or any careless ness on the part of the carrier. Subscribers will pteaso not pay the oarrlers unleoa the carrier punches his credit tu In subscrib er's presence. ' It is nssertcd that Tom Piatt's Mor ton boom lias been launched in Ohio, but the feeling grows that it has stuck on the ways. At any rato the specta tors have not seen anything yet Tun statement of Mr. John Kaiser appearing in Tuesday's Leader correct ed an entirely wrong impression that had gone abroad in connection with the electric railway franchlso applied for by Messrs. Gracey,...

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. — 29 January 1896

. ?" I" ,f "J ;' ' " - 'T J- r ' li' 'Ml a r l r Si 3 to Years Experience ' Coupled with thorough ar-' tistlo training', counts for something. Our cxperlcnco Is nt your commnml. The Marietta Picture Man. ebruary 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, shirt?, underwear, hats, caps, neckwear and all kinds of men's furnishing, in fact ev erything we have in stock 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. Sam Sulzbacher, .88 Front St. Marietta, O, THE SHOES ' WE HAVE ARE THE SHOES YOU WANT, AND OUR PRIGES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. W & 159 Trusses! AVo have tho best and most com- pleto lino in this part of the state, and always guaran tee a fit or money refunded. Give us a trial. We will save you money. . Dysle & Co., DRUGGISTS, "Wholesale Retail. 128 Front Street. LEAT...

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. — 29 January 1896

I " " Tvnmvm ft iniJHifBi wc fW "jssxn f 1 & -J M w .1". . m i ' iu I? m pi" .fe W lv ; it Stock Taking! That's the. Racket this Week. And unusual llirgains are bouml to bo 'wade. Our Eastern Buyers huve sent us some choico things to holp out our January sales. This is the last week of the month. Don't delay to get some of 111 e in. Some of the Bargains. Gent's Lnundried Percale Shirts, with collar and cuffs, ntKOc, worth 73c Extra heavy Socks at 0L4C a pair, worth tOc. 108 Hats, assorted styles nnd-slzes, at 25c. Reduced from 75c up to f 2. 00 Men's Pants at 30c. !!e, 80c and 51.25. Were 75c, 93, f 1.25 and -2 00. Men's Suits 52.05 $3.48 to $5.03. Re duced from $5.00, $8.00 and $10. Overcoats cleariug out at most any price. Ladies' and Misses' Wraps at prices that will closo thorn out You cin't imagine how cheap wo are selling fine new stylish goods. Come today and vou will not resret it. DSc. $1.43. 52.03 up to S5.9S for Wraps that sold 'for 510.00, $13.00 and $20.00. DUTJOS A...

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