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Oil, Yes, It's Hot;
Our Prices Hottest and Lowest.
Business is businces, Iceep it up and
wo will keep prices rlfjht down.
Grand benefit, prices reduced below
all competition. It's generosity, not
competition, that induces us to make
the following low quotations. The
Duality as heretofore is up to the stan
ard. "Lives thero a man with soul so dead
Who never to himself hath said
I have not your quotations read?"
And more especially neyor favored the
Original Bargain Store with a purchase.
"It is never too late to raond;
There is yet hopo in the end,"
If you will hustle around right lively
and get some of the special bargains we
offer evory day.
Yes it's hot, red hot; but trade keeps
up just the same, and we know wo are
on the right track to get it
LOTS 'more of Dress Goods Rem
nants; they go quick.
That special deal of Silk Grenadines,
Satins and Silk Crepons nearly all out.
Never such groat values offered In silk
goods. Also special deal of giving
niEE a Dress Pattern with every one
sold in Worsted Goods. Buy a dress for
82.00 and up and get a nice dress free.
This offer can't last long.
Some Odds and Ends on Bargain
Ladies' Wrappers, Shirt Waists, Un
derwear, Hosiery and Gloves prices
made to move the goods quickly.
Brainard & Armstrong and Richard
son's 100 yard spool silks Gc a spool.
1500 yards Fine Lawns this week at
5c a yard.
1224 spools New Pure Dye Knitting
Silk at 0c a spool. This silk sells evory
place at 10 and 15c a spool. We make
this for a quick turn; all colors to-day,
can't say how long the assortment will
1000 dozen John J. Clark's Soft Finish
Spool Cotton 3 spools for 5c, all num
bers. 50 dozen Ladies' Embroideied Hand
kerchiefs at 5, 10 and 15c.
12 dozen Large Gingham Aprons at
Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
with appendox for 9Sc. with 144S pages;
truly a great bargain.
Oxford Sunday School Toacher's
H'blo. Russian Seal, for $1.25, regular
I case Lonsdale Muslin at 5Kc a yd.
1 case Fruit of the Loom Muslin OJic
1 case Challies at 'i and :c a yd
Look Out for our Special!
Daily Bargains for this week. Many
were disappointed last week.
1000 pounds Pure Leaf Lard only 5c a
pound. On sale Tuesday.
Berry Set one large glass dish and
six small dishes one pound All Right
Baking Powder and one pair gold
plated Slecvo Buttons all for :!9c, worth
Fine Decorated Plates at 5, rK. ", 0.
7, 7K, :i, 8K. '. and 12c each.
Wonderful Bargains in Qtieensivare.
Large stock to select from.
Fine Quadruple Plate Silverwaro at
$1,75 each. Cracker Jar, Tod. and Coffee
Pots, Sugar Bowls, Spoon Holders,
Syrup Can and Holder, Spoons per sot,
Creamers, etc. The greatest bargain
ever ollercd in this quality of ware.
GROCnnir.S This department keeps
us hustling to keep a supply on hands.
Out of a number of articles Siturday
evening, full of every thing to-day.
For quality we challenge the best; for
prices we make the lowest.
We have the bust smoke for only one
rent each, equal to many of the 0 cent
A now supply of Clocks just received
Fine Bauss Works, Slid Hard Wood
Frame. 8 Day wind, Cathedral Gong
for H.i'S and fc2 -IS, regular prices $8.00
and ?4 00. Some pretty effeeb, in Dres
den China Clocks Sl.'Js, ii. 13 to SI. 48,
CARPETS Ingrain at 20, :;: and 40c.
All wool at US, l'j and 5jb for the
heaviest and best quality.
Our Hargains are only limited to the
caoacity of our patrons to test thum.
boinelhing new every day. We have
hundreds of special good trades wo
cannot mention for want of space and
invite you to call and inspect them for
yourself. Don't delay this is the season
of the year that wo make extra efforts
to got your trade. Como and get the
benefit of our preparation to pleaso
your pocket Remember we sell cheap
er than any competition, at
69 Front St Marietta. 0
Backbone of the Hot Wave Bro
ken at Cleveland.
Tho Thermometer drops Thirteen De
grees in Thirty Minutes.
Velocity r the Wind Sixty-Two Silica an
Hour Much Damage to Telegraph anil
Telephone. Wire Much Damaco to
Shipping No I.Ives Lout.
Cleveland, O., Aug. 11. At 4:30
Monday altornoon the most violent
wind btorin that has been experienced
here for many years broUo upon the
city. The government thermometer
registered 02 degrees previously. When
it cleared away, 80 minutcb, tho mark
was 70. MaJ. Stockman, of tho weath
er bureau, reported tho velocity of the
wind at G3 miles an hour. Telegraph
and telephone wires parted like straws
and dangled In the air from their poles;
wagons were overturned in the streets
and the air was filled with Hying
OThero were dozens of pleasure yachts
and steamers on the lako which was
lashed into a mass of angry waves.
Tho greatest excltcznont prevailed all
along tho lako front.
Thousands of people watched the
buttle of m elements and the gallant
men who were lighting for their lives
on tho angry waters. Among the
yachts which were caught in tho storm
were tho Priscilla and tho Avocet. The
Priscilla weathered tho galo and was
towed into tho port by a tug
which went to her rescue. The Avo
cet was far out and is still missing.
The Clipper, of Cleveland, went down at
the mouth of tho river in 17 feet of
water. There were five men aboard.
Four of them swam to the pier, tho
other clinging to tho vessel until res
cued by tho life saving crews. They
had hardly landed when a cat boat
loaded with men was seen to capsize in
tho basin. The life havers were quick
in action and succeeded in saving all of
the engulfed men.
The cup challenger Vencicdor had ti
desperate struggle. She was cruising
in tho lake when the btorm struck her.
Sho quickly hove to, and under cobc
reefed bails, after great trouble, suc
ceeded in entering tho harbor. The
Sprite, just arrived from Toledo, struck
the pier at the llfo saving station
and capsized. Airtight compart
ments prevented hero from sinking.
The Diana, of Hamilton; Eva, oi
Toronto, and Pearl, of Cleveland,
dragged their anchors and went
ashore. The Trilby was overturned in
the basin with four men aboard. They
were espert swimmers and made their
way ashore. A large propeller is
ashore at the foot of Ontario street, In
side the breakwater.
The wind caused much damage to
property throughout the eity.
The I.ork-Out. or Strike, at the Drown
lloUt Works About Over.
Clevi.laxd, O., Aug. 11. The strike,
or lock-out at tho Blown Hoisting
works, in this city, is practically atnn
end. Of tho bOO men who went out on
strike, 500 are now engaged in other
employment, leaving 300 in the strikers
ranks. These aro receiving little or
no financial support and are seeking
now jobs wherever they can be found.
The Brown Co. have now 3S5 men at
work and Monday refused 25 applica
tions for employment. Tho company
exhibited to the reporter of the United
Associated Presses Monday a contract
which they had just closed with the
Krupp Gun Co., of Essen, Ger
many, for the construution of three
complete sots of hoisting machinery
and three Parker Elwell motors of 00
horse power. Tho value of this con
tract is $50,000, the work to be com
pleted before September 1, 1697. Other
contracts of recent date aggregating
$200,000 are on hand, and tho manage
ment .states that the strike is no longer
a matter of consideration to them.
HEAVIEST IN YEARS.
Secr Hiilu Sturm nt Tort Wuyne, Intl.
Nfiirly All tli" btreetH Flooded.
Ft. Wavke, Ind., Aug. 11. The in
tense heat which has prevailed here
for the past week was broken at 5
o'clock Monday afternoon by a violent
downpour of rain, a veiitablc cloud
burst The temperature began to fall
at 3 o'clock and at 5 o'clock the city
was deluged by the heaviest rain that
has fallen in 21 years Xearly all the
streets were Hooded and much damage
was done in the business section by
water in the cellars where goods were
Lightning plajed numerous pranks,
but no one was serionsl' injured.
riirtj-Thrro Dmtlm at CIiIchko.
Ciiir ago, Aug. 11. Continued heat of
tho most dangerous kind mado another
death loll Monday larger than its pred
ecessors of the present spell, and no
hope is extended by the weather fore
casters of a cooler day Tuesday. Of
the deaths reported to the health and
police departments, and tho c.ises taken
to tho county hospital, 43 were record
ed as having died, directly or indirect
ly, from the heat.
Tho Hot WntS Urokon ..
DETrtorr, Mich.,' Aug, 11. The hot
wave was effectively broken Monday
afternoon. At 8 6'elo'ck, Monday night
tho thermometer rbpi'stered 71 degrees.
There was only one fatality in this city
as the result of tho heated term. Ex
Alderman John Warden, aged 03 years,
was overcome Saturday and died Mon
day. Cx-I'resident llarrlaon's GranJion.
Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 11. A dis
patch to the Sun from Terre Hauto
says that a son was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Russell U. Harrison Monday af
ternoon. He will be named William
At Fortress Monroe.
Fortress Moneok, Va., Aug. 11.
Adm. Buncc, with tho flagship Wow
York, the battle-ship Indiana, tho
cruisers Newark, Columbia and Cincin
nati arc in Hampton Roads.
Gathered From All Farti of the Conutry
Fifteen deaths from heat vvcrc re
ported within tho city limits of St
Louis on Monday.
Hctherlngton & Nason, machinery
dealers, Dallas, Tex., failed Monday.
Sunday night's storm of wind, light
ning and rain did dam ago estimated at
fully $50,000 nt Ionia, Mich.
Tho democratic convention of tho
Ninth Iowa district Monday nominated
T. F. Ucnung, of Hastings, la., for con
gress. National Populist Chairman Marlon
Butler has called tho committeo to
meet at Washington next Tuesday, to
select headquarters and begin work.
Tho first balo of cotton of the crop of
1890-07 was received in St Louis Mon
day from W. Ii Woltcr, of Prescott,
Ark. It weighed G32 pounds, classed
good middling and was sold for nlno
cents a pound.
J. D. Archbold, of the Standard Oil
Co., says there is no truth in tho dis
patch from Berlin that tho Standard
Co. had entered into a combination
with European oil refiners to control
tho trade in Europe.
At Milwaukee, tho temperature was
not quito as high Monday as on tho
previous day, and but one case of sun
stroke was reported. Tho tempera
ture was highest at 2 p. m., tho mer
cury straddling tho 00 mark.
The thermometer was not as high at
Evansville, Ind., Monday as for some
days past, going only to 95 in tho
shade. Four men were prostrated, and
three of them nro expected to die.
The hospitals are crowded with tho
victims of the heat for the past few
At St. Louis, Wm. M. Bunker was ar
rested on a ehnrgo of disorderly con
duct while wildly haranguing a crowd
on Twelfth street. It was discovered
that ho was demented, presumably
from the heat. Bunker is a salesman
for the Keystone Axle Co., of Pitts
The Murray Hill bank, doing busi
ness at 7G0 Third avenue, New York,
one of the oldest state banks in tho
city, has closed its doors. A notice,
signed by the state superintendent of
banking which was posted on the door
states that the bank is closed, pending
an examination of affairs.
At Decatur, 111., after a week of un
usual heat the temperature foil to a
more comfortable point Monday even
ing, registering 76 degrees nt 10 o'clock.
A heavy rain fell Monday afternoon.
The Wabash railroad closed down
their shops in this city on account of
the hot weather. Two hundred men
wero laid off.
The freight steamer Lizzie Hender
son, of Philadelphia, lying at the foot
of West Forty-sixth street. New York,
was discovered to be on flro at 5:'10
o'clock Tuesday morning, and whUo
being towed down tho river sho sank.
Tho cause of tho fire and tho loss aro
not known, but it is thought that tho
damage will bo heavy.
Samuel K. Martin, of Chicago, died
at Alma, Mich., Tuesday morning of
kidney complaint, aged 59 years. Mr.
Martin was president of the S., K.
Martin Lumber Co., of Chicago, tho
largest lumber firm in the world, con
trolling altogether 45 yards. Mr. Mar
tin was also interested in several mines.
A widow, ono daughter and four sons
Washington, Aus. 11. For Ohio Local
thunder storms followed by fair weather dur
ing Wednesday: fresh to brisk westerly winds;
slightly cooler Wednesday eicnlntr.
For Kentucky Generally fair Wednesday;
southwesterly winds becoming arlablc;
slightly cooler by Wednesday night.
For West Virginia Fair Wednesday: slight
ly cooler Wednesday afternoon or night;
southwesterly winds shifting to northwest
erly. For Indiana Generally fair Wednesday;
southwest to west winds.
Cincinnati. Aug 11.
Flouk Spring fancy, 1 3. 1033.30, spring
family, !S 5032.85; spring patent, 53.0333.00,
winter patent, C3.C0O160: funcy, SiTOJJlOO;
family. t5.S0a2.70, ejara, JiOOSS.30.low tjrado,
il 7532.00. rjo northwestern, $H5!03, do
Wheat Sales: No. 3 red. track, BEc
Cohn Sales: Yellow car. track, 2Cs; No. 2
raixed. track, :cc. white, track, SOyjc.
Oats Sales: No. 3 mixed, track, ISc: re
jected, track. 15c: No. 3 mixed, track, lOVic;
No. 2 mixed, old, track, 21J4c: No. 2 white,
new, track, i-'c.
IlVE Sales: No. 2. track, 30c.
Hogs Select butchers', 3252335; fair to
good packers', M6121, fair to good light,
tas3S3.40, common and roughs, I2EO3.00;
good to choice heavy fat hogs, 250 pounds and
upward. S3 0K&3 -.ft
Cattlf Fair to good shippers', $15031.10;
choice, 5115Q4.25, good to oholce butchers',
S3 7584 10, fair to medium butchers', J3.1U
3 50. common, J:.2ia3 00.
Slirci1 akij LjAMUS bheep llxlrLs, 5310
3.33, good to choice, SiSS&lCO, common to
fair. I.!KJJ 25. Lambs Extras, S5 105.30;
good to choice, HOOfif, 00, common to fair,
Vi:ai. Calves Fair to light. U6K15 50;
extras, f i73; common and laro. S3 OOii-l 2
Wool Unwashed flno merino, 9310c per lb:
quarter-blood clothing, lJ13c; medium, do
lnlno and clothing l'.'ffjl3c braid, UGl-' me
dium combing, lJQHc Washed, lino merino,
X to XX. 15c; medium clothing, If2il5c. do
laino fleece, UBISc, long combing, l51Cc;
rjuartcr-blood mid low, 12313c, common
New Yoiik, Aug. 11
Wheat No. 2 red, September, 0J 15-183
01 6-lCc; December, OSSaOo 11-lCo
Cons No. 2, S91iQ30xie. September, COM
Oats No. 2 state, 273;c western, SZl&iia.
Toledo, Aug. II,
Wheat No. 2 red. cash, August, 03c, Sep
'tember, 03Kc; December. CO'c.No. 3 rod, cash.
Cons No. 2"mlcd, cash, SJftc; No Syellow,
Oats No 2 mlxod, cash' lOftc; September,
RVE-No 2 cash, 3Me; No 3, do, 27',a.
Chicago, Aug. 10.
Calls on September wheat opened at 68jo,
sold at 7Ji57c, last prlco f7a Puts
opened at 60'Jc, sold nt 66fo, last price BOc,
Calls on September corn opened at 21c,
sold at 21 lie last price Sic, Puts opened at
23JJC, sold between 23c and 23K023HC last
Indianapolis, Aug. 10.
Cattle Thero was not enough cattle to es
tablish a market.
Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy,
J3.J533.36; mlxod and heavy packing, $3 10S
35,(good tq cbolco light weights, 13 (133.371
common light weights, 320333a
Sheep Good to choice lambs, JI.25Q500;
common to medium lambs, S2.75O100; com
mon cond to choice sheep, li 2532 60; common
sheep, Jl OCS2.0Q
Tobacco Dealers say, that
"BATTLE AX'ris a "scorcher"
because it sells so fast. Tobacco
Chewers say, it is a "scorcher" be
cause 5 cents' worth goes so far. Itfs
as good as can be made regardless of
cost. The 5 cent piece is almost as
large as the other fellows' 0 cent piece.
Heat Victims In Now Vork.
New Yoiik, Aug. 11. Up to noon
Tuesday 46 cases of prostrations and 25
deaths were reported from different
partb of the city. In Brooklyn eight
deaths and 23 cases of prostrations
were reported. Several deaths and
prostrations were also reported in Jer
sey City Tuesday. Tho temperature in
this city at 2 p'clpck Tuesday was 04.
llulldlnc' Contra ct"or"AJsle;ns.
Coi.umdus, O., Aug. 11. William J.
MuLain, a building contractor, made
an assignment Tuesday morning. His
assets aro not estimated. Liabilities
from S20.000 to 530,000.
New Oil l I'ostmiiBlpr.
Washington, Aug. 11. J. G. Miller
was Tuesday commissioned postmaster;
at Acme, Medina county, O.
Your Boy Wont Live a Month.
So Mr. Gllman Brown, of :)4 Mill St,
South Gardner, Mass., was told by tho
doctors. His son had Lung trouble,
following Typhoid Malaria, and he
hpent threo hundred and seyenty-flye
dollars with doctors, who Anally gave
him up. saying: "Your boy won't live a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He says
he owes his present good health to the
use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and
knows it to bo the best in the world
for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free
at W. H. istyer's Drug Store
LlNDSEV Lsokt, Plaintiff,
I! ELI, Lecjet, Defendant.
By virtue of an order of sale In partition
duly issued by the Court of Common Pleas of
Washington County, Ohio. In the above en
titled action, and to me directed, I will offer
for sale, at public auction, nt the door of the
Court House, In the City of Marietta, on
Saturday August 22, 1 806,
at 1 o'clock, P, M , of said day, the following
descrlbedieal estate, to-uit: Mtuate In Wash
ington County, htate of Ohio. Waterford town
ship, on the peninsula formed by the Musking
um river and Wolk Creek, and belnrpart of
threo aero lot No. 10, Town 2. Range fo. He
ginning for ths description, at a point on the
east line of said lot No 3'l, where tho south
lino of the lands of the Sianeavillu & Ohio ltler
Railway crosses the east line of uald lot Nq 3'l;
thenco w est along the south lino of s ild Zanes
ville& Ohio River Railway Company's land 1
chains, thence ncrth VI degiees west along tho
soul h lino pf said Railway Company's land SS
links, thence south VA degiees west 80 links;
the: ce south 55 degrees east 2.70 chains to a
point 112 feet south of the southerly line of
paid Zanosvillo A. Ohio River Railway Com
pany's right of way, thence north 2 feuti
thence houth Mij degress east 1.61 chains to
the east lino of said lot No. ;i;i, to a point in
said east line of said lot UV, feet bouth of tho
place of beginning; thenco north on the cast
Una of said lot No S3, 112',, feet to tho place of
beginning,' containing two thirds (i) of an
acre more or less.
Appraised at 'W0 Terms, one third cash,
one-third In one. yearone-thlrd In two years.
Deferred payments tohe secured by mortgage
on premises 6old.
W I'. DYE.
Shetlff, Washington County, Ohio
Ei.l.r.NWOoy, smith & I.kki'kk. Attorneys
Jolyiiind, 1SIM. 5wku.
7. & Q. It. Ry. excursion to Niagara
Kails JO.O0 round trip, Tuebday, August
18th. Tickets will be .good goifig on
U:S0 a. in. train tho 18th. Iouto- via
steamer from Cleveland. Good return
ing until August UUh. ft full days at
the Kails. For full particulars call on
or address C. L. Flanders, city Passeu
ecr Agent, Marietta, or at Onion Depot.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of 8aniuel Merrow, deceased
Notlca is hereby given that tho undersigned
has been appointed as Administrator of the
ebtato of fcamuel Merrow, late of Washing.
lnglon county, Ohio, deceased.
Datep this 10th day of August, A. D, 1 j?il.
Nlacoro Falls Excursion.
Z. &0 Ry. excursion to Niagara Falls '$3,00
round trip. Tuesday, August 18th Tickets
win be good going on 0:20 a, m. train the l.Sth.
Route via steamer from Cleveland Good re
turning until August 2ith. 5 fun days at tho
Falls. For full particulars call on or address
C. L. Flanders, City Passenger Agent, Mari
etta, or at Union Depot,
J. 1. Marl's
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horses Kept by ths Day, Week or Month,
Prompt Attention Given to Fnneralo.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
. Attorney at Law,
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WALTER dc OUHTIS,
Physicians and Surgeons.
: Office and residence, on Second street, three
I doors above the Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W. A. ,
M. D., C. D. s..Physician and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and resldenco corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts.
C1HARLES W. RICUARDSi,
J Attorney at Lsw,
Office on Pntnam Street, Marietta, t
-L Attorney as Law
Offlcoln Law EnlldlnK,
Attorney at Law uad Notary Publlo,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Illock, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
ittornoy at Law,
Uuloe East cor. Front and Pntnam. Horloua.
I" P. WARD,
tf Real Estate and Loan ,Vbnt,
hecond St., opp, Union Depot. Marietta,
DK. O. TV. EDDY.
Office No. 304 Front Strsot,
Opposite Soldiers' Msnument, Residence No
CIS uurth Street. Tolenhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. V, K1UT1
HAMILTON & KflAFT,
Offlco room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnaru
and Seoond streets.
T YE 4 FOLLETT,
Attorneys at l.nw.
Office In Law- Building. Marietta, O
B K. GUYTpH,
c Attorney.at Law,
"-Office In Law Bqlidlngf Marlom, o
MO.'JFOLLKTT liew Law Offices, ovo.
. CltUeuo Bank." Ejitrarloa,. Second St.
'-' '. , Mabiktt, O
In Court of Common Pleas, Washington, Co.,
K K. WAiuren. Plaintiff,
Bllen McDonnell, et. al Defendants.
The above named Ell-m McDonnell, who re
sides In tha City of Louisville, State of Ken
tucky, will take notice; that on the 2id day of
April, lsOO, said K. V. Warner llled his certain
petition In the Court of Common Pleas of uald
County, against said Kllen McDonnell and
others Tha said petition prays for a fore
closure of a mortgage held by said E. K. War
ner on certain real estate owned by said Klleu
McDonnell In the City of Marietta, in said
County and State, and to marshal tha Hens on
said premises. Said Kllen McDonnell Is re
quired to answer to said petition not later
than September 12th, 1&U0, or Judgment will
be rendered as prayed for In said petition.
......,. E B WARNER.
July 23rd, 1090.
B, E. Quyton, Attorney.
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, io:io a m, iii M p m.
For St. Louis, io:40 a m ll:!5pm,
For LonisvlUe. iO!io a m, 11M n m.
For Parkeraburg, 10:10 a m, tfl:00 a m, .:5S
For Belpre, B:o. 10:10, 2:00,4:55, ll:2S.
P m, 7:oo jp m, ii:i5 p m.
or,?h1",cotlie' '10!l n, ll:25 p m, t8:t0
& -H TS3 p CI,
For New York, UK p m, n:25 p m.
Dally. tExcept Sundny. v
For detail Information regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
G. Mi PaYnb, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
Ry., Marietta. O.. or
S,--ATJ5h.A??i?iant Qenal Passenger
Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
riME'aCr SfKBAT, MAT U, 1898,
N Comers town.,
Trail Bun...! "
totop on Signal,
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.. W.1"AGE, J. C. TAYLOR
G. P. 4 T. A.
ZANESVILLE & OHIO RIVEft.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. Ind.
At Columbus ,.
A r Chicago
Ar St Paul
0 20 am
6 63 am
7 IS am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 25 a m
9 00 pm
1 80 pm
1 10 pm
8 18 pm
8 85 pm
1 10 pm
1 83 p m
5 40 pm
8 IS pm
7 10 am
7 15 pm
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
2 65 p m
8 68 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 pm
5 19 pm
6 65 p m
7 40 am
8 60 a m
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 01 a m
10 40 a m
wil.Tr,anln' D"y excPt Sunday.
?M. wtfh Mk o1.08nSpn.n3,lannd
C. C. HARBISON. General PassongerAgl
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect May 24.: 1 896
Central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.1. Ko.8. Mo.ll
A.M. P.M. A.M
" Tunnel ,,
" Vincent .
. " Amesvllle ,
1 60 A,
No. 2. No. 4. No 11
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Trains run dally except Sunday. Close con
nections fpr all points north and west,
T. D. DALE. RecIe.v(eVriNCENT' G" T" A'
W. M. MORSE, Superintendent.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
Pittsburg Cincinnati Line of Steamers.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, overy Saturdayj
Monday and Thursday afternoons ; going down,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
Jss. A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For lurther Information writo or call on Jaa.
U. Halght, Passenger Agt No. 251 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81,
GEO. STltECKEH. TlKKHY STItEOKBn
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
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Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
iL,l;lll8.501.'ers ,n ,h0 oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In thU line.
uto us a trial we know we can please yon.
Office and works on WeBt Side. f
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