Newspaper Page Text
--w-i itvfr t & irT'r-1fc V
Hutchison's Great Bar
GOING WITH A RUSH.
Zero weather is jit the kind to urine
the crowds that filled our store rooms
to overflowing Friday and Saturday,
and will continue to tho and o the
sale. Don't bo discouraged If you don't
get waited on the Urst visit, your turn
will come soon.
See These Drawing Frices.
Ladies' Cashmere Hose 15c. were BOc;
Cashmero Gloves 10, 15 and 'JOc
Ladies' all wool Scarlet Underwear
Sc: Ladles' natural wool Vests -lSc.
Fine wool Union Suits "fie: fine ribbed
Union Suits at 48c. worth 75c.
Misses' IIoso :ic. le and 8c a pair;
Ladies' Hose 5c, 8c and 10c a pair.
Children's and Misses' Woolen Under
wear :10c, 2".c, 28c to ".8c. Great Induc
tions. Children's Fur Sets at S1.0S. .Reduc
ed from SS.!J5. Silk Laces at Sc, 10c to
S3c a yard.
The Greatest Reductions
On Ladies' and Children's Wraps. Just
you Garments left and they must go at
these prices, OSc, 51.48, O'i.'.IS, 85. 4S. S4.4S.
55.98 to $0.48; regular prices '2 50 to
S'JS 00, only one-third what we should
get for them.
DRESS GOODS. --Never such values
as we are offering. Double width at
lie, 8Jc, 10c and 1'iKc. Embrace a
wide range of goods and qualities to
select from. Reduced from :!T'- to
18,6 Better qualities of goods cut in
proportion. Don't wait, now is the
These Wonderful Prices arc made for
this sale only and will last this week
and next. Don't expect them next
spring, for all kinds of goods are ad
vancing. ISarred Flannels, all wool, at 17c, l!c
and 28c a yard.
Fascinators at li)c. -250. 20c. Hoods
at 35c, were 50c. Children's Mittens
Jq, Sc and 10c.
Men's Pants at SUc, We. S'Jc, Si
Cassiinere I'uiits at 51.08, s'J 18 and
53.25. Great Reduction.
Men's Suits 52.48 to S'J.PS. Children s
Suits at 8'Jc to 52 08. The greatest cuts
we have ever made in clothing.
Empress Flannels at (54'c. worth 12' s.
Shirtings at 5c and 0)4 c, worth Sand
lirown Muslin 2Jc, :i?f to 5l4c.
Lonsdale and Fruit of the Loom
Bleach Muslin IS'-jC a yard.
Jewelry and Fine Triplo and Quad
ruple plate Silverware at h ilf regular
prices. l'ins, Rings and Brooches at
10, 25, 50 and 75c, worth 25, 50 and 51.50.
Every article in tho house cut to clos
ing out prices. Thousands of pieces
we cannot enumerate.
10 Casks of Bargains in Queens
ware, just opened. They will go out with a
crash in prices.
Candies 5c a pound. Caramels 10c
per pound. Chocolate Creams 15c per
Hutchison's Bargain Store
Special Fifteen Days Sale
Mountoin Buckwheat 2Kc lb.
Best Rolled Oats 2ic a pound.
Marvju'o I'ancaKe Hour 4c a pound.
Best Rice 5j lb.
Best Bolted Corn Meal 7h lbs for 10c
Marvin's Oyster, Butter and Soda
crackers 4c lb.
Marvin's Ginger Snaps' 4c lb.
Prepared Mustard 25a a gallon.
Tomato Catsup ;!5c per gallon.
lloii':y Drip Syrup 20e a gallon.
Sugar Drip Syrup 18e per gallon.
Three pounds lump htarch 10c.
Three packages nine o'clock tea 10c.
Table Peaches lOt: a can.
l'ickled I'ork 5c a pound.
Xiiiv Li mi ileitis Ac a pound.
Sour Pickles tc a dozen.
Flake Hominy 2'4c a pound.
Three boxes oil sardines 10c.
Vara ground pepper 15c a pound.
Gold Dust lsc.
Fine C'igar.s le.
Mull Pouch. Biickshne. Mule Head
and Hot Itall Tobacco, 25c a pound.
See Our Big Six.
1 pound tea 75
1 Hutcher Knife :J5
li Pound Pepper 10
Jf Pound Cloves 10
1 large box French Blacking 15
Only 09 cents for tho lot, and in addi
tion we present the purchaser with a
l steel handsaw.
169 Front St Marietta, 0
IN THE SENATE.
Several Important Mutter ConOilcred
Amendment! to tho llouso Jlocul IMU to
Wasiii.nutox, Jan. 8. In tho sennto
Wednesday Senator Walcott (rep.,
Col.), mado his first appearance of tho
session and took the oath of ofileo for
his now torm. lie was greeted in a
very friendly manner by his associates
In the chamber.
Mr. Hale (rep., Me.), from tho com
mittee on naval affairs, reported a bill
authorizing tho secretary of tho navy
to enlist additional men for tho navy,
and it was placed in the calendar.
A bill to regulato tho issue ana re
cording of the commissions of civil of
ficers in tho various executive depart
ments of tho government was reported
by Mr. Sherman (rep., Ohio), explained
Mr. Butler (pop., N. C). gave notice
of amendments to bo offered to the
house bond bill. Thoso amendments
forbid the issue of United States bonds
for any purpose whatever without au
thority of congress, and require the
payment of greenbacks, treasury notes
and of tho interest and principal of
coin bonds In either gold or silver
coin, preferring the cheaper metal.
At 12:50 Mr. Sherman (rep. O.) made
a motion to adjourn and said that he
did so because ho was convinced that
an adjournment now would expedite
business. Senators, he assumed, wero
aware of the reason for his motion
(meaning tho holding of a republican
Mr. Stewart, (nop. Kev.) who had the
floor for a speech Wednesday morning,'
suggested a postponement ox the mo
tion for ono hour, but Mr. Sherman de
clined to withdraw it and the senate
adjourned until Thursday.
GERMANY AND ENGLAND
Aro on tlio Verco of Wnr, nntl tho Out
break Can lie Looked for nt Any Time..
Ni:w York, Jan. S. Cable dispatches
from London Tuesday night and in
formation from all sources indicate
that England and Germany aro upon
the verge of war. The challenge will
no doubt come from England, if it has
not already come.
It would seem that tho English trov
ernmont leaders believe that some
thing must bo dono to retain their
prestige. From all sides kicks and
cuffs arc being administered.
Germany lias been the most pro
nounced in its efforts at humiliation,
and its course with referenco to the
South African republic has really
gone as far as one nation can go
against another without openly declar
ing war. It is quite certain that docu
ments have already left London for
Berlin that will mean nothing else
than war if Emperor William does not
at once conform with the provisions
set forth. That he will not almost
goes without the saying.
The news from abroad ii that Cham
berlain Tuesday called into consulta
tion all the great London editors, and
Wednesday's issue of the paper each
conducts will practically demand war
in big type. There have been
orders hurriedly sent army conYmnnd
ants, too, and a very few hours will
also see a concentration of war vessels
in position to command ports import
ant to Germany. Germany stepping
back from its present position as to
the South African republic, it is be
lieved here, is all that will now pre
vent a clash;
Thn Senent Committee Holds It First Ses
sion Tlio Cuban, Venezuelan und Arnicn
1 in Matters Considered.
Washington, Jan. 8. The senate
committee on foreign relations held its
first meeting Wednesday morning
since the re-organization of the senate.
Chief among the matters referred to
this committee are affairs relating to
Cuba. Venezuela and Armenia. Mem
bers of the committee say the latter is
one that will cause this govern
ment no end of trouble. Pa
pers before the committee indicate
that the half has not been told and
how to effectually interfere without
violating our national policy of evad
ing entangling alliances with foreign
powers is a problem that tho skill of
the committee and the diplomacy of
the state department alone' can solve.
The recognition of the belligerent
rights of the Cubans is also pressing
UDon the committee and this will be
the first thing taken up next Satur
day. llin ' alltlivkli Jblltnds.
Washington, .Ian. S. By unanimous
consent a joint resolution ottered by
Mr. Spauldiug (rep. Mich.) was read
and referred to the committee on for
eign affairs. It provides for the erec
tion into the state of Hawaii the
territory commonly known as tho
Sandwich islands, with the consent of
the people thereof. It carries an ap
propriation of 2100,000 to pay the ex
penses of the negotiations preliminary
to the constitution of the state.
Heavy shipment of Corn.
St. Louis, Jan. 8. The largest ship
ment of corn of the year is now passiug
through St. Louis. Over five hundred
carloads of shelled andhigh-grado corn
from Nebraska wero handled during
tho past two days, and 500 more car
loads are en route. Tho grain is being
shipped 'to Norfolk, Vn for export.
This is tho beginning of what is be
lieved will prove tho largest corn ship
ment known in many years.
Chattunooca I'rrsi Suspends.
Chattanoooa, Tenn., Jan. 8. Tho
Chattanooga Press suspended publica
tion with Tuesday's issue. This loaves
but one republican afternoon dally
south of the Ohio river.
To Celebrate the Louisiana Purchase.
St. Louis, Jan. 8 The preliminary
sten was taken Tuesday night for the
celebration in this city of the centen
nial anniversary of the Louisiana pur
chase III 1901;
Tun eleventh annual exhibition of
the Architectural league, of New York,
will be held in tho galleries of the
American Fine Arts society from Feb
ruary 15 to March 7, 1890. Everything
that appertains to architecture, decora
tion, btalned glass, moBaics, carvings
in wood and metal, textile fabrics and
furniture will be admitted.
APACHES AS SCOUTS.
Nearly tho Wholo Trib i Is in tho
Although Trained In tho Manual of Arms
They Fight 111 Their Own Hnvu;u
U'uy When mi Occasion
The Apache reservation in the east
ern part of Arizona contains the first
successful showing of disciplined In
dians employed ns a body, of lghtln;
men by the United States government,
the White Mountain Apache scoMts.
The United States has called invo
icqulsitloii the berviccs of bo.uu DO J
trained Indians, who have with In the
lust live years proveti luwiluublc in
subduing uprisings in dilleieut Indian
lcscrulioiis. At various times the ,ov-i-riiuient
lias employed special Intuitu
police, and individual lmlmns h.tvu
served iu the tinny on Important scout
Ingduty, but the utili.'.atlodof ihegMid
part or a u Hole tribe, Iraincd loiuo'.fru
arms uud tactics, is a couiparuuv.-ly
new depart uro. Aside ti out the Apac'iei,
lhe only other iiistnrco on record is
that ot two companies ol Sioiin ludili'i.i
nttuched to the United Suites ui my i.j.-,t
at Salt Lake City, U. T.
The ApacliLs ure one of the ttiout Imr
barous anil warlike Indian trills in
Jsorth America, und uuti: recently Imvc
not been untenable to the iuliiiei or ui
civilization. They are elated tu tlio
great Shoshone or Pacific coast Incli.'iM,
a branch whose treachery und cruelty
aro traditionally luiuou among all
western iniliunu. The Apaches an al
present divided into the White .h iiu
tain Apaches and the Mcsculeioa. The
latter tribe, now hcac:ed by the treach
erous old San .luan, waa formerl- :.
banu of desperadoes, led by the w.i
I I :..... ...iwi,l..i A t. .,..!.. . !."!. I .
I1IUI II VJl UllllllU.tll.t . ., t .. it,i.ii a. i. . I
The Apaches arc a nattuallv tide in
people, and, while they are capable at
recohing a moderate degree of eoucu- i
tiou, are totally unfit atterward for any '
other pursuit than wandering over tuu
plains iu armed bauds. F.en under a
thorough military education they tim
unable to light other than In their own
methods of warfare. They learn the .
man tin I of ai:us and Held mnncmcts
w ithout any difficulty and ai e drilled to '
fire by platoons, but when it conies to '
the actual lighting they ran operate to ,
greater advantage if left to their own
devices and irdieient trickery.
The usual dress is a native woven
cotton cloth nhirt uud turban tomnt'-h.
a uovi:i,..nmi:nt apauiii: scout.
t'losc-lluinir pants und buckskin boots,
hi lighting trinj they disciul eu'iv
thing hut the turban, boots and a loin
cloth. Thus eoptuiiHMl ami ei-nippc'l
with a repenting" rillc und cartridtfn
belt, they niuUe a dispcrate ami dan
gerous antagonist. The territory c
Aiiionu contains stretches of the mest
unproductive boll iii the country, but
the Apaches, museulnr of luub utul
hardy b nature, thrive under its seuu
tropieal sun. An Apache's powers ot
eiKluiunee arc phenomenal. They huu
been known to go two whole days, run
ning, tighting and retreating, without
tasting a nioiithtul of food or u drop of
water. A band ot 1,000 Apaches coultt
wear the life otitof an oidinary army iu
a month. They light in squads of SW or
20, scattered out over the plains and
concealing themselves behind a sma.l
.-.tone or clump ol" sagebrush that woitid
scarcely hide a child. They can shojt
1'ignt or left handed, either in a crouch
ing attitude, rolled up into a ball r
Htietched tint in ;i shallow "arroya," a
ditch washed out of the boil during 'Iu
lain seat on,
1'ioni tins ulubuHcade thev mal.e tor
the ltoi.iiills,vv ncre the ensconce Ilium
hclvca iu gulches and me on their pur
juer.i Willi deadly ellect. '1'iiey arc ns
licet of loot us u liroiichu, being uole tu
iiutvMiul a liursu over tlio iaii'lii."t
illllllb. AjKlUlie IllfiiisUllgul'h UolVVeOll
yovuiinnem stations li-uijuujitiy uuvui ,i
dibtuiico ol .r lr.ileb in lest, tlian Uuvt:
houih, and Know liovv to elude tliu tfi--i
ill j bunUstoruis tnat bwuun tliu dcM-rr
tiauth in Hit-' wcimtv of tile Liilu inoiiii
lams. In luouulain cliiuuui" they uiv
liKu cL.tinoib, juiiiiiiny: lioui k-Uyv to
iUUe VV III! Llie IL-UltJ&l tU!JU UIIU illlliy
mill scaling' piuoipitoub vvallt. on tlu
most dflicaif footinur. Wlu-n ridn '
j KiiiBCbiiuK tney ulmo.-,l Ut'coii'.u u iark '
tu lhe aii.iniil, miiu liny ..i mini n.s i.otli .
I mnl tinny .vlilli: tla-y liun un oik sk:u '
,n li ut.' Ii.tliai; fashion, i In.- aiuih
bfouts am cajH'viully dicadcil by tKo ,
.Navajotis, t ums anu ini- .luiik.opi.
vvliobc oiitlut-'iiKs tliL'i uro 0UL'auioiUili,
rallud on to subdue, and vv'lio Kuov
thuui of old from thu iiilK'iinjr f.n.-di-tion
for vvliieli Apacheaare luilioiib.
The Anaehc re&ervatiou is about UZ0
miles from the Me.iean bour.ilury liiu-.
As they ure continually at war with
iheir neighbors, or aiuonjr tlicmbclvcs, it
is dlllleult to ebtimate their uumtuM's,
but it is between C.U00 and T.ouu. 'J'ht-y
sneak the .Siianisli latiguiigi' almost uni
.verbiilly, und display all the uudesii
able qualities of the itorlli Aincricaii
Shoshone in close adiuixtiire with tli
blood of the Mcxicuu Indian.
Illicit lcn' Aril ca Milvo.
Tiik Rkst Salvi: iu tho world for
Cuts, llrulflOH, Bori-R, Ulcorx, Bait
Ithoum, Fovor Horps, Tettor, Chspnod
HuntlH. Clilllilaiiifl. (lorim. ami all Kkln
Eruptions, and positively euros l'Uen
or no par required. Jt is guaranteed to
cive porfect hatiBfaction, or uionev ro
liniilod. I'rk'O 2.5 contH pnr box.
Kor sale by W. 11. Styer.
Curlnui Latin In, Wyonilnsv
Ilrldger lake. In northwest Wyoming,
has u queer characteristic, and one
which cannot be claimed for nny other
body of water In America, so far ns wo
have been informed. It has this pe
culiarity: It discharges Its waters into
both the Pacific ocean and the Gulf of
Mexico. During tlio average seasons
the waters of Ilrldger lake How out
through a small river which is u tribu
tary to the Yellowstone, and tho water
thus discharged finally reaches tho gulf
by wny of the Missouri mid Mississippi
rivers. During rainy seasons the level
of the lako becomes r,o high that the
waters empty through another opening
nlso. The waters which arc discharged
through this second ohasm flow Into
Snake river, and tuciif c to the Pacific
ocean through the Columbia.
Your Boy Wont Live a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Brown, of :J4 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mas., was told by the
doctori. Ills -on had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
spent three hundred and scventy-flyc
dollars with doctors, who finally gave
him up. saying: "Your boy wont live a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health uud enabled him to go
to work a peVfectly well man. lie savs
ho owes his present good health to tho
use of Dr. King's Now DKcovery. and
knows it to bo the best in tho world
for Lime trouble. Trial Bottles Free
at W. II. styer's Drug More.
Get ready for
with your new set of
.New Fresh Stock of the best line
Yon need u new diary, our stock
is yet complete.
Bargains in :i few of lhe Xmas
Goods left over if bought soon.
Marietta Book Store,
For the Holiday Trade
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. The finest line of
Mouldings and Pictures in the
cily to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. We always
take pleasure in showing
Schneider & Breuninger,
25G Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Kat'l Hank,
FttOXTST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of proscriptions.
OIL MAN'S BUCK BOARD
Just received. Extra well made,
with Brake, and Tool Rack,
at bottom prices.
Dutton & Son.
No. 515 fourth St.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfnff's la unoxcolled, as are
also Itla Cakes and Ices. Hnest
Neaoolltan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular arid personal at,
tentlon Blven xo sorvlnR partlot;
roceptlon, weddlntrnor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF.
Z. & O. II. R.
Half Faro Hatos to Columbus on Ac
count of Inauguration Cere
monies Tickets will bn good i;olns Jan. 12th and
13th, returning until J ,m. 15Ui.
.. & O. It. COI.UMUUiTllAIN SCIIUUULIS.
Leave Marietta U:2j a in. Arrive at Colum
bus 11:25 a m.
Leave Marietta 2:40 p. in. Arrive at Colum
bus 8:83 p in.
For full particulars call at Union Depot or
Front Street TIckot Otct.
For tho Inauguration at Columbus,
tho T. & O. C. Ext. will sell tickets ut
one fure for tho round trip, Jan. 13th
und ltith. Good returning Jan. Mtli.
Cheaper than over at
Livery, Feed and
COR. TIlIItD AND CtlUROU STREET
Horaes kept by the Day, Wook or Month.
FronDt Attention Given to Funerals.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA, ... OHIO
T. 0. Bay, Carriage and Wagon
Factory, 217 Second street.
At T. C. Hay's shop day by day
Tho busy toilors work n'way;
Thoy build good wagons for the road,
They mako fine rigs for plensuro rides,
Sleighs, carts and carriauos besides.
Reliable and honest it is agreed
That T. C. Bay's work takes tho load.
Best stoel and timber used in make
And warran tod strong, not apt to bronk ;
Fine workmanship and strength, conf
bined In all his carriago work you'll find.
For ovory pleco his hands complete
j-b fjuiiuuiijr uiiiuu twin obj uiik .." uunb.
Attention to pointing ami trimming, too,
Or any repair work Bay will do.
Also handle Streekev's Harness,
the Best Mado, and Perry's Indi
ana Buggies at the Lowest Possi
The Best Sold in Ma-
No. 215, 217, 219 Second Street.
Office In Mills Building, Surveys and Con
struction: Hallways, Macadam Hoads, Sewer
age, llrldges, Foundations and Maps.
SJ, HATHA WAV,
. AMornnj- ut I,mv.
Ovei Leader Offlce. Cor. Front and Putnam.
CJTANLEY. W. A.
O M. D., C. I). S..PhysIcian and Surgoon,
Homeopathic. Ofllco and residence corner liar
roar and Lancaster Sts.
D. FOLLKTT now Law Ofllcee, over
Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
Attorney at Law,
Olllco in Law Building. Marietta, O.
CHAl'.LES W. KICUAUDB,
j Attorney at Law,
Olllco on Putnam street,
L . Attorney at Law.
fipnicB in Law Bulldlny, Marietta, O,
Attornoy at Law and Notary Public,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
LOOMIS W. II.
ittorncy at Law,
OOlcn East cor. Front and Putnam, Mailftta.
Itoal Eatato and Loan Airunt.
Second St.. opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
TTART & fflcCLURE
Xx Physicians and Surftoon?,
Putmiui St., noar Front. Marietta, Ohio.
1 Ml, C. XV. I3IY.
U Office Nc. 304-Front Street.
Onnoslte Soldiers' Monument,
sib rourm airoct
NVK & FOLLETT.
Attornoy a at Law,
Office In Law ISulIrtlusc. JfBroUa. O.
WALTEK & OOUTJH,
Physlclann and Surfroons,
Offlco nnd residence, on Second street, three
doors abovo tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
JOHN A. HAMILTON II. r. KItArT
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Offlco room, 1 Mills nuildlng, Cor. Putnam
ai-.d Second ntrecf.
To Vltt)iit t May Coiirern:
Having been a student ot Votorlnary Science
for upwards ot two years under Dr. J. P
Jones, and having tieatttl 'ilarise number of
diseases in horses and rottlt under his direc
tion, all persons havli g vor t to be dono in the
veterinary lino cannot o hitter in Dr. Jones'
absence than to enlrutt !uci worlt to me. I
mil in communication with or. Jones'by mail.
and Dr. Callander, ot l'arkfruburg. by tele-
pnone, anu i am tnertitorM in a T'osition
treat all diseases in hoes and cattle.
Odico and Stable 112 Third Stteet.
HAUKV i.. UECic:Air
Ou account of Inauguration of Gov. elect
Hiishnell at Columbus, O., Jan, 18th, Ib'IC, the
C. & M. Ky, will sell tickets to Columbus and
return at rate of one fare for the round trip.
Tickets will be sold good KelugJan. 1J& 13th,
and not good returning after Jan. lUb.lSHO.
Examination of Toachorc
llxamlnatlons will be held thesecond Satur
day of each month, oxcept August, in the Illli
Senool liulldliik'. Marietta, Ohio. There will
albobean examination In the same place in
August on tho Saturday following the close of
the 'IVacher's Institute: lieverly the fourth
Saturday la Outnber and April; Matamoraa
the fourth Saturday of September aud March
Examinations begin at 8:30 A. M.
Special ixamlnatlon of pupils on the first
Satuiday of April and nf May.
MAItTIN II. ANDIIEVVS,
President of Hoard of School Uxamlners
B. & O. S-W. RY.
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10H0 a m, 11:S6 p in.
forSt. Louis. 10:40am ll:J5pm.
For Loulsvlllo. lo:40 a m, 11:23 Dm.
For Pnrkersbure. 10:40 a m, t0:00 a m, 1:B5
For Iielpre, o:o ', ltM0, 2:35,4:65, 11:25.
pm,7:uopm, ll:iSpm. "
For Chillicothe, 10:4o a m, 11:25 p m. t0:(0
a m, t2.3 pm,
For New York, 1:B5 p m, 1:25 p in.
Daily. tUxcept Sunday.
For dotal! infnrm.lMnn mrrnrAlntr ynfna
time on connecting lines, Bleeping, parlor cars,
Q. M. Payne, Ticket Agent, IB. & O. S. vr
Ky., Marietta, O., or
O. U. wahfkl. Assistant Goaeral Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
IK EFFKCT SUNDAY, MAY 12, 1OT5.
GOING SOUTH ' GOING NOW H
1. in. .
-A'l trains Dally except Sunday.
K. W. 1'AGK, J. c. TATLOll,
G. P. & T. A. Hum. Trans.
MARIETTAS COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhloGentral Ext'n.
Time Tabloln Effect Doc. O, 1805.
Central Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8.
Leave Marietta n 00
" bharpsburg .
l ro A. 31.
No. 2. No. 4, Nit is.
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leave Columbus 723 2 fo
' AthenB 4 ;)5
" i'al0B';,v 30 50 t 85
" Amesvillo 111 411 (105
Ciitler 11 !!; (las
" Vincent 11-44 or,r
Aiilvo Marietta 2 20 7 83
Trains run dally except Sunday. Close con
nections for all points north and west.
For fnrthor Information call on or addre6 G.
M. Paynk, Tlcko Agent, Union Dopol, Mari
.. . H. C.VINCENT, tl.P 4 T. A.
T. D. DALE, Receiver, i.A.
W. M. MORSE, Superintendent.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
On nnd after Sunday, December lftb, 1SDJ.
Pi senger Trains will run us IoIIowb:
Dally. Dally .Except Sunday.
18 6 EASTE1W TIUB 2 4 0
AM AU PM PM AH AM
7 uu tn 15 Oil Wheeling t2 CB J is 10
7 35 12 )U 4 115 Moundavllie 1 87 e 14 10 13
OM 111 U i.lX4.CiailinBV!ll0l2 41
Utii l sis a Uu Slstersvlllo 12xs
5 09 !) 07
8 40 7 2S
S 03 7 00
8 4il 12 38
8 3! 12 34
8 03 12 07
7 27 11 33
(i 20 10 23
iu 25 2 to 7 2U willlamEtown
u tu a2.r,suo
A V A M
12 07 4 IN
W. J. P.oniKEoii, G. P. A Fsrknrsbmtr.
For rates, Information, etc., call on or ad
dress. W ILL UOIILAUBACn,
ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. J nil. 1SI-5.
6 20 a in
II bj B
2 0 p m
3 13 p m
8 35 p ni
4 10 p m
4 113 p in
5 40 p ni
8 15 p m
7 20 am
10 25 p El
2 55 p m
8 53 p ni
1 21 p m
4 58 p ni
5 19 p in
5 65 p m
7 43 am
8 11a in
t) 20 am
11 25 a m
J 10 pro
e r&i I'aui
7 25 p m
7 40 an!
8 JO ii ra
9 12 a m
8 43 a tu
10 01 a in
10 10 a m
All Trains Daily except fiumhiy.
Nos. 70 ami 72 nul.o eloto connections at
ISanosvlllo wlfh tho It, A: O, knd Pan Handle
trains for Colnir.bus, t hlraro nntl the T7c4t.
J. HOPU HI tUU. Receiver.
C. C. UAUUfHON. .-nora: raflticnuerAitt
G20. STOECKKlt. HKNItr STIiaCKIlt
GEO. TRE0S(ER & GO,,
Tube Expandi'rs. Special attention (.'iveii to
ropalrlng Hollers In thn oil llelds. We employ
none but the b?si mechanics in this line.
Give us a trial we Uiiovv we can please vou
Office and works on West Side. J
IHAS0M & MILLS.
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
II I l.il.f, i, IHWiilln