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WHY Are We
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
Read the Record, Then
Run the Risk.
No month in the year holds as many
bargain surprises for you as this month
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
Did you over hear the like? Full 100
yard spool Best Silk Thread in Black
and Colors at 5c a spool. Wonders
never cease. Seo here: Largo Spools
Knitting Silk only 5 c a spool.
All Silk Ribbons at 1, 5, S and 10c a
yd., all colors.
SUN UMBRELLAS. Silk Gloria at
9Sc and $1.25, regular price $1.50 and
S2.00. Good quality at 50, ((5 and 75c.
Stockinet Dress Shields at 5c a pair,
Mending Twine for mending Um
brellas, Parasols, Gloves, Clothing or
anythintr that needs an invisible re
pair only 5c a package, worth 15c.
Notions of all kinds at lower prices
than any other house. Pins and Need
les at 1,2 and 3c a paper.
Dress-makers' Supples, Linings, But
tons, etc., away down in price.
Cassimere Pants at ?1 95, reduced
from 5.T 00.
Straw Hats to clear out stock at 5,
15 and 20c.
CLOTHING at the lowest prices sold
New style Fall Hats now on sale.
The largest stock of Queensware wo
have shown now ready for your in
spection. Lower prices and better
ware. Don't miss seeing them this
Soe our window for display of Shred
ded Whole Wheat Bisuit the cereal
wonder. The 1no.1t healthful and nu
tritious food prepared for use. Call and
sample it. This week a lady will servo
it fkke in our Grocery Department un
til Friday this week.
Fine New York and Ohio Cream
Cheese at 10, 12)4 and 15c.
Picnic and Campers' Supplies at the
Loon Our Only 1000 pounds more of
Puro Lard at 5c u pound, commencing
Crackers 4K and 5c pound. Coffee
Cakes and Oat Meal Wafers 10 and 15c.
Baskets for lunch and picnics at 5, 15
and 25c Market Baskets, open and
covered, 23, 23, 35 and 45c. White Wil
low Clothes Basket 35, 45, 50 and 05c.
Carpet Remnants at 23c each.
Carpets at the lowest prices ever pur
chased. Books for Summer Reading at S, 10,
15 and 25c. One lot of 1000 Selected
Authors in good for 35c,
Stamping Done to Order.
Hundreds of Bargains that we can
not put in our advertisements. The
lowest prices made anywhere. Large
full stocks to select from at
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
SSBt rr tses;
AN I .nVSPFPTIR
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A BAD WEEK
For Crops in the States South
of Mason and Dixon's Line.
Only a Very Light Yield of Corn in
That Section is Expected.
Drought Seriously Affect Crops Id Went
ern Kentucky Corn Maturing In Indi
ana Ohio Corn Well Advnneort (or
Season Heavy Crops Expected.
Chicago, Aup. 10. Tho reports as to
the condition of the crops throughout
the country nnd the general effects of
the weather on the growth, cultivation
and harvest of same, were Tuesdaj
made by the directors of the several
climate and crop sections. The reports
received at Chicago wore as follows:
In the southern states the week has
been very unfavorable owing to con
tinued excessive heat and general lack
of rain. In the states of tho central
valleys and northwest the week has
been very favorahle for growing crops;
but has been unfavorable for
threshing and grain in shock and stack
has sustained further injury from ex
cessive moisture. Under the excessive
heat und dryness of tho past week tho
deterioration of cotton has continued
over the greater portion of the cotton
belt. In the southern states corn has
suffered further injury and only a
very light crop in that section
is promised. Tho general outlook, how
ever, is for an exceptionally fine corn
crop in tho principal corn producing
states. Much of the crop is now prac
tically safe f ronvfrostIn Kansas some
has been cut, and In Illinois will begin
this week. In Ohio, Pennsylvania, New
York and Virginia, the crop is in good
condition and cutting is progressing
Kentucky Local showers in east
portion. Drought with intense heat is
seriously affecting crops in west por
tion, where it threatens disastrous re
sults to late corn and tobacco. Early
corn also damaged. Worms playing
havoc with tobacco, extensive fields
being abandoned to them. "Firing"
also complained of. Oats and hay not
improved. Irish potatoes and cabbages
rotting. Pastures are drying up and
gardens need rain.
Indiana Heavy local rains begin
ning of week. Corn maturing and will
be safe from frost from Septera ber 1 to
15. Tobacco cut unusually early.
Wheat and oats still rotting in shock.
Rains prevented thrashing and plow
ing. Large crop of tomatoes.
Ohio Hot, showery weather fore
part of week, latter cool and fair. Gen
erally too much moisture though grass
and corn made good progress. Cora
well advanced for season and with ces
sation of rain and continued warmth
will make heavy crop. Tobacco mostly j
in goou condition, rotatoes rotting
in ground and fruit on tree from ex
eessivo moisture. Apples average crop,
peaches and pears plentiful. Hay and
oat harvest finished, threshing in prog
ress and grain much damaged by rain.
CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY.
Two Members of the Curtes unci Fifteen
Others Arrested ly the Spanish Authori
ties. ISaiicklona, Aug. 10. Ever since the
recent rioting in this city, the authori
ties have been on the alert to prevent
a recurrence of tho disorders. A close
watch has been kept on certain repub
licans, who, in connection with
other members of the party tlnough
out Spain were believed to have been
active in fomenting the late disturb
ance. As a result of this surveillance
Senors Morti and Uibot, both republi
can members of the Cortes, and 15 oth
ers, were Tuesday arrested. It is
charged that they are implicated in a
conspiracy having for its object the
creation of disorders in connection
with the coming embarkation of
reinforcements for the army in
Cuba. It is believed that tho repub
licans have made attempts to tamper
with the loyalty of the troops, and
tought to induce them to mutiny rather
than to servo with the colors In Cuba.
This plan is thought to have, been ef
fectively frustrated and no trouble is
apprehended when tho men destined
for service In Cuba, 40,000, ore dis
patched to tho island.
Tho most important arrest that has
been made is that of Gen. Estebanez,
who was minister of war in tho repub
lican government which followed the
abdication o? King Amedaus, In 1673.
Speaker of the House of Commons.
Ottowa, Ont, Aug. 10, J. D. Egar
was unanimously elected speaker of
the house of commons Wednesday af
Democratic headquarters will bo'4
established Jn Chicago, with a branch,
To be Given AWay
One Couvon in tack B
COUPONS GIVE PULL INFORMATION AND LIST OF VALUABLE ARTICLE8.
Mail Pouch Tobacco is sold by all Dealers.
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE of Valuable Article Kith Explanation how to get them, MAILED ON REQUEST.
THE BLOCK BROS. TOBACCO CO.. WHEELING, WEST VIRGINIA.
No ooupona exchanged after July I, 1897. ,
Gathered 1'rom Ail Parts of tho Country
'lho Argentine bank, at Argentine,
Kas., closed its doors Wednesday morn
ing. The congressional convention of tho
Twenty-eighth New York district, held
at Geneva Tuesday, renominated
Sercno E. Payne by acclamation.
The republicans of ihe Tenth Mich
igan district in convention at Port
Huron Tuesday renominated Horace
G. Snover, of Port Austin, for congress
man. Among the passengers on the steam
er St Paul, which sailed for Europe
Wednesday, were Senator-elect Joseph
IJ. Foraker and Postmaster General
Because of inability to borrow money
to pay employes, the Elgin sewing ma
chine and bicycle factory closed in
definitely Tuesday, throwing lfiO men
out of employment
In a collision on tho Chicago and
Alton railroad, about 20 miles from
Chicago, an unknown man was in
stantly killed; and another, whoso
name is also unknown, was seriously
Horace I). Packer, of Tioga county,
Pa., was nominated for congress Tues
day by the Sixteenth district repub
lican conference. Tho district is now
represented by Congressman F. C
The Madrid Heraldo asserts that tho
authorities have discovered tho exist
ence of a plot to blow up tho castlo of
La Granja, at San Ildcfonso, the resi
dence of the Infanta Isabella, aunt of
At Newport, R. I., Ncol brothers, tho
western champion tennis players, de
feated Messrs". Chase and Wreon Tues
day morning in the championship ten
nis match for doubles by the score of
0-3, 1-0, 0-1, 3-0, 0-1.
The president Wednesday appointed
Col. Charles G. Sawtelle quartermaster
general of tho army with tho rank of
brigadier general. Ho succeeds Gen.
It. N. Batcheldor, who retired on tho
27th of last month.
A note was received at the depart
ment of state Wednesday from Consul
General Lee, Cuba, stating that Poarco
Atkinson, thu Chicago man, was not
killed in Cuba as reported, but was in
Pinar del Ulo.oa Aucust.l.
TO IMPROVE PART OP THE FIFTH SEWER
DISTRICT IN THE CITY OF MARIETTA.
Be it rasolved by the City Council ot the City
of Marietta, Ohio, two-thirds of the members
elected thereto concurring:
That it is deemed necessary by said City and
this CoudcII beieby declares that Ills necessary
to Improve the following street in the Fifth
ewer District, in the City of Marietta, Ohio,
by constructing a hewer and drains, with nec
essary appurtenances, Including manholes,
lampholes. Hush-tanks and house connections
every forty-Uve feet from main to curb, In and
along said street In accordance with the plans,
specillcatlons and prollles relating to said Im
provement on me in tne oince 0: the civil En
gineer of bald City, to-wlt:
I'Tanitnn bireei irom mo normeny uno or
Lancaster street to the Ohio River.
That the cost and expense of said improve
ment, less the cost and oxnense of so much of
sold Improvement as may be Included In the
crobsing ana intersections 01 any streets and
alleys and less one-flftleth of the entire cost
and expense thereof shall be assessed per front
foot on the lots and lands 'abutting thereon,
(except the cost of the "out-fall,' which, when
said Fifth Sewtr District Is completed, shall
be charged to the abutting property owners
throughout the entire district )
Said assessment shall be payable la twenty
semi-annual Installments and bonds shall bo
Issued In anticipation of the collection thereof.
That tho City Clerk Is hereby directed to
cause this resolution to be published for two
consecutive weeks In some newspaper publish
ed and of general circulation In said city.
Tossed August 4. l&wi,
S J. HATHAWAY,
President of L lty Council.
taiu. Beckcu, City Clerk-
Aug, IS. WJH-it
' ESTABLISHED lb7
Geo. STiiECKEn. Usury Sthecssi.
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ot
Well Hollers, Oil Tanks, fatnoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers la the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics in this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please yon
Office and works- on West Side.
Niagara Fnlls Excursion.
Saturday. Aug. 29th. lho Ohio P.lver
railroad will run a cheap excursion to
Niagnra Falls. Rates of fare and tiino
of trains will bo announced In a few
K. ot P. Excursion to Cloveland.
On account of grand parade of the Uni
formed Rank K. of P. at Cleveland Aug.
2oth, theC. &M. Ry. will run another
special excursion Monday, Aug. 2ltli,
at tho rato of $2 60 for the round trip
from all stations. Tickets (rood retur n
lng until Wednesday, Aug,24th. Watch
for excursion bills or call on C. fe M, Ky
tioket ngonta for full information.
Excursion to Cleveland.
'The Z-tt 0.,llyr will run an excursion
to Cleveland return Aug, 2.Jd ntitl 21th,
via C. O. & S. from Z.anesvlllo. Good
returning until Aug. Slat inclusive,
in Articles of Real value
cent Pactane and Tuo Coupon in tack 10 cent
TO ASSESS A SPECIAL TAX UPON LOTS
AND LANDS ABUTTING UPON GREENE
STREET, FROM SECOND STREET TO
FOURTH STREET, TO ISSUE BONDS IN
ANTICIPATION OF THE COLLECTION OF
SUCH ASSESSMENT, AND TO ASSESS A
SPECIAL TAX UPON THE TRACK AND
FRANCHISE OF THE MARIETTA STREET
RAILWAY COMPANY ON GREENE
STREET FROM THE EASTERLY LINE OF
SECOND STREET TO THE WESTERLY
LINE OF FOURTH STREET.
lie it ordained by the City Chuncll of the
City of Marietta, Ohio two-lhirda of the whole
number of members elected thereto concurr
ing, as follows:
Section i. That there be levied and assessed
upon each front foot of the lots and lands
abutting upon Greene street, In said City of
Marietta. Ohio, between Second Street and
Fourth strcet.the sum of Three Dollars.twenty
nine cents, four mills and one-tenths of a mill
to provide a fund to pay the proportion proper
ly assessable upon said abutting lots and
lands of tho total cost and expenses of Im
proving said Greene street from the Easterly
lino of Second Street to the westerly line of
Fourth street.ln accordance with the provisions
of an ordinance entitled: "An ordinance to lm-
Srove Greece street In tho City of Marietta,
hlo, from the Easterly lino of Second Street
to the Westerly line ot Fourth Street", duly
passed on the 2lth day of September, A. D 1803,
that purpose, together with the Interest on the
bonds to be Issued as hereinafter provided ac
cording to the estlmato of tho City Engineer
on.llle; It being determined by said City oun
cll, and hereby declared, that each of said lots
and lands will be benetltted by said Improve
medtinan amount equal to the sum hereby
assessed upon the same
section 2. That the owners of the lots and
lands upon each front foot of which said $3.2911
Is assessed shall pay the amount of their re
pectlve assessments to the Treasurer of Wash
ington, County, in twenty sen 1-annual install
ments, as follows; twenty cents.and fourteenth
of a mill per front foot on or before December
20, 161)0; nineteen cents, six mills and seven
tenths of a mill per front foot on or before
June 20, 1SI); nineteen cents, two mills and
nlne-tenhs of a mill per front foot on or before
December SO, 1817: eighteen cents nine mills
one-tenth of a mill per front foot on or before
June 2 , 1U3: eighteen cents. Ave mills and
four-tenths of a mill per front foot on or be
fore December 20, lsUSi eighteen cents, one
mill and six-Tooth of a mill per front foot on
or before June Jti, 1S90; seventeen cents, seven
mills and eight tenths of a mill per front foot
on or before December 20,lisfl; soventeen cents,
four mills acd one-tenth of a mill per front
foot on or before June 20, llioo; seventeen cents
und four-tenths of a mill per front foot on or
before December 2', VMD: sixteen cents six
mills and six-tenths of a mill per front foot on
or before June 2 , 1901; sixteen cents, two
mills and eight-tenths of a mill per front foot )
on or before December 20, 1IW1: fifteen cents,
nine mills and one-tenth of a mill per front foot
on or before June 10, 1002; ufteen cents, live
mills and three-tenths of a mill per front foot
on or before December 20, 1A02: fifteen cents,
one mill and six-tenths of a mill per front foot
on or before June 20, 1003; fourteen cents, seven
mills and eight-tenths of a mill per front foot
on or before December 20, 1003; fourteen cents
and four mills per front foot on or before June
20, 11)04; thirteen cents, six mills and live
tenths of a mill per front foot on or before De
cember 20, 1901; thirteen cents, six mills and
live-tenths of a mill per front foot on or before
June 20, IPOS; thirteen cents, two mills and
seven-tenths of a mill per iront foot on or be
fore December 20, 1005; twelve cents and nine
mills per;front foot on or before June 20, liioil;
provided, that any ot tho owners ot said lots
and lands upon each front foot ofwhlch said
3.2041 Is assessed, must pay said assessment
upon their respective lots or lands by paying
to the Treasurer of said City of Marietta, at
any time prior to October 1st, ISM!, In cash, the
sum of two dollars, fifty cents, tour mills and
nine-tenths of a mill, (J2M))9), for each front
foot of their respective 'lots and lauds so as
sented, being the amount so assessed upon
their lespectlvo lots and lands, less the
amount Included therein for Interest on the
bonds to be Issued as hereinafter provided
bECTiON S. That to provide a fund for the
immediate payment of the proportion properly
assessable upon said abuttfng lots acd lands of
the total cost and expenses of Improving said
portion of Greene btrcet. and In anticipation of
the collection of the assessment hereinbefore
made, the Major and the Uty Clerk bo, and
they hereby ate, authorized and directed to Is
sue twenty bonds of tho City of Marietta, to the
aggregate amount of S3,K1U 00, being for the
sum of J19..M each, dated August 1, 1MW. and
payable In six, twelve, eighteen, twenty-four,
thirty, thirty-six, forty-two, rorty-elght, fifty
four, sixty, sixty-six, seventy-two. seventy
eight, eighty-four, ninety, nlnety-stx, ono hun
dred and two, one hundred and eight, one hun
dred and fourteen, and one hundred and
twenty months from dato, respectively, at the
agency of said City In tho City of New York,
with Interest thereon :.t tho rato of blx per
cent, per annum payable semi-annually; said
bands shall be signed by the Mayor and the City
Clerk, shall be bealed with the seal ot
the said Cltv, shall have interest coupons
attached thereto, slimed bv the Cltv Cierlc.
and shall have legibly written or printed on j
mem me wurus "ureene otieet irom secono.
btreetto Fourth f treet-Improvement Bend;"
said bonds feliall bo advertised tor sale, and
shall be sold for not less thau their par value,
and the proceeds thereof shall be applied to
the payment of the cost and uxpensos of said
lmpiovement of Greene Street, and to no other
purpose whatsoever; and jor the payment of
said bonds and the Interest thereoi, the rev
enue and faith and all the real and personal
property ot said City are hereby pledged: Proi
vlded, that should any ot the ownerd of bald
lntfl nnd lands herftlnh?fnrft assessed, nav said
assessment tu cash, prior to Octobf r i, lblt), a
nereinoeiore . proviaea, tne amount bo pain1
bhall be applied to the payment of said cost and
expenses pf said Improvement of Greene Street,
and the total amount ot the bonds to be Issued,
as hefelnbefore provided, bhall bo reduced by
deducting therelrom the amount so paid in
cash, ana tho twenty bonds to be Issued and
sold shall be each tor one twentieth of such re
duced amount being otherwise as hereinbefore
provided; that such of the assessments herein
before made, as shall not be paid in cash prior
to October 1, 1SI, as hereinbefore provided,
shall, when collected, be placed in a sinking
fund and shall be applied to 4he payment of
; the bonds Issued as hereinbefore provided for
and the Interest thereon, as the same shall b.e
come due, and to no otherpurpose whatsoever.
I Section I. That there be levied and assessod
upon the street Railroad track and franchise
of Tho Marietta Street Railway Company on
said Greode street, irom the easterly Uno of
Second street to the Westerly line of Fourth
the sum of (SS3.iv, to provide a-tund to pay the
I cost and expense ot that part of sail improve
ment ot Greene street which Bald The Marietta
Street Railway Company U properly, charge
, able with, by reason of the terms of Us (ran
'cblse from said City together with" tho interest
I uporr tho amount ot such cost acd expense up
'to the time ot the payment, of same by said
Company, as hereinafter provided; it being de
termined by'sald Council and hereby declared
thrft isld track, and franchise will be benefitted
by said improvement la. an amount equal-, to j
the sum hereby assessed upon the same: that
said The Marietta Streer Hallway Company
to the Users of
shall pay the amount of said assessment upon
its property to tho Treasurer of the Mty. at
the office of the County Treasurer at Washing
ton County. Ohio, In twenty semi-annual In
stallments, as follows: $38.ef on or before Dec
ember 20, I800: &3.01 on or before June 20, 18U7:
J32.33 on or before December 20, 1807: $31.72 ot
or before June 20, lsns: f 31.12 on or before Dec
ember 20. 1808, 130.40 on or before June 2 , 1890;
I29.S8 on or before December 10, 1-1)9; 129.13 on
or berore June 20, 1000: $28.60 on or before Dec
ember 20, 1900: 827.97 on or before June 80, 1901;
27.84 on or before December 20, 19 l; 20 71 on
or before June 20, 1002: $2(1 OS on or before Dec
ember 20, 1002: $25 45 on or before June 20, 1003:
$24 82 on or before Docember 20, 1 03: 121 19 on
or before June 2 ', 1004: $23 SU on or before Dec
ember 20, 1004: S2203 on or betore June 20, loos:
(22 80 on or before December 20, 1005. 21 07 on
or betore June 20, 1900; Provided, bhwever
that said Company may pay such assessment
ot(533.10, by paying to the Treasurer ot said
City prior to October 1, lS90, In cadh, the sum
of $120,70. being the amount of said assessment
upon saib Company, lees the amount Included
therein for Interest, as aforesaid; said cost and
expense which said The Marietta Street Rail
way Company Is, as aforesaid properly charge
able with shall be paid in the first Instance out
of the "Paving and fcewerago Fund,,' and the
assessments made and levied in this Section
shall, when collected, be placed In the Treas
ury of said City to the credit of said "Paving
and Sewerage Fund "
Section 5. That the City Clerk is hereby
directed to certify the assessments made by
this ordinance to the Treasurer ot said City for
collectoin; and said lty Clerk Is further di
rected to certify, under bis official seal, any
and all unpaid assessments to the Auditor of
Washington County, Ohio, to bo by him placed
upon the tax list and collected according to
Section 0. This ordinance shall take effect
and be in force from and after the earliest
period auowea oy law.
Passed Julv 2s, 1890.
S. J. HATAAWAY,
President of City Council,
Attest CARL BECKER, City Clerk.
Augubt 13, 180C-2t.
u. i. tnni s
Livery, Feed and
COE. THIRD AND CHURCH STRBE'T
Horses Copt by the Day, Woek or Hontli.
Prompt ttxrttIon Qlvon to Pnnsrals.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts ot tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
NDERWOOD & LUDEY, "
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
T F. FOREMAN,
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
Attoraov n.t I.a.iv.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WALTER V CUIITJ8,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Offlce and residence, on Second street, three
doors above the Court-honso, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W. A.
11. D., C. V. s..Physlcian and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Hor
mar and Lancaster Sts.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street,
X . Attornay at Law.
Offleoln Law Ilulldln n.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Ofilca on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
tJ Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
Loomis w. n.
attorney at Law,
omen East oor. Front and Putnam. Marietta.
Real Ealttd and Loan A pent.
ccond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
u. o. w. Ennv.
Office No. 304. Front Street.
Oppoalto Soldiers' Manument. Resldenco No
tie tenrth Street. TeleDhono connection.
JOHN A, HAMILTON n. Y, KIUF1
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills nuildlng, Cor. Putnam
and Second street.'.
NYE ft FOLLETT,
, Attornoyo at Law,
Offlco n Law Building. Muiotta, O.
13 H.GUYTON, $
J'. Attorney at Law, ')'
OUico In Law Building. Marietta. O
Ml). FOLLETT new Law Oflloes, over
. Citizens Bank. Entrance, Second St.
1'lttsburg Cincinnati Line of Steamers.
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons; going down,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
las. A, Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further information write or cali on Jas,
f B. Haight, Passenger Agt No. 254 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
Notice is hereby given that a petition has
been presented to the City Council of the City
ot Marietta, Ohio, praying for the vacation of
Starli street, from Ohio street to Eighth street
excepting a" strip 40 feet n width' abutting up
on the easterly side thersot and extending
trom Ohio street to Eighth Btreet and is now
pending before said Council and will be up for
ilnAl action on and after the 21nd day of Sep
Clerk of the City of Marietta, Ohio.
Aug. 13, flt '
f W P
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, lo;40 a in, ll:!S p m.
For St. Louis, 'lo.'io a m ll:2S p m.
For Louisville. 10:W a m, 11:25 o m.
For Parkersburg, lo;40 a m, tfl:00 ft m, li8l
For Belpre, Oioj, 10:io, 2:00,1:55, 11:25.
For Chllllcothe, 10:4o a m, 11:!B p m,t6:(0
a m, t2.85 p m.
For New York, l:55 p m, ll;25 p m.
Daily. tExcept Sunday,
i -" .uiuiuiuuu ruKu-iuug raws
tlmo on connecting linos, sleeping, parlor cars
a. M. paynk. Ticket Agent, B. & 0. S. w
Ry., Marietta, O., or
n. n WlnWT. ln.laf.nl n. I -.
AgVnTcinVinSatlTohlor'' V""DI'" """
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
nnTKnoWr'PS Bvmxr, May m. lew.
GOING SOPIH GOING NOIlTli
Toledo ... ,,,
Canal Dover ..
fVUU'B,.,, ,, ,,,,
nius., , ,
Caywood . . .'..
tbtop on Signal.
A,H ??!?Jyally except Sunday.
" ""-., J. C. TAYLOR.
G. 1'. A T. A.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wmaunnds"feorllow1.I;12 1S0'1 MW"
a'D.tnJ' DaUy Except Sunday.
18 5 EASTERN TIMK t 1
aii rx pa AM 7M :
8 r SI i v, W-hoellnp 10 45 3 25 0 50
0 5i 12 15 4 50 Moundsvllte lo (a 2 es 11 1
22? JiS !S. MarttnJvlllo 911 I" 6 24
8 21 1 17 6 15 SUtersvllle 8 45 1 47 s 05
aTpm 80 JPrk-bgj " 11 810
in iir Bovenswood 1055 200
110 ffi aB,,oC"r 0 56 12 57
p m p m Pt. Pleasant 9 25 12 25
1 9n 1 in si.,..--..-
A Huntington 745 10 4
W.J.EoBiK8oir,a. P. A Pafkersba..
,i-.!?J rs,e8' InfoNaatlon, otc, oall on or-art
ZANfcSVILLE & OHIO RIVEH.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. Jnd, 1895.
" Waterford ,
6 20 A m
2 40 n m
8 63 am
8 13 pm
7 15 am
7 48 ft m
a as pm
4 10 pm
8 11 a m
4 83 pm
0 20 ft m
8 15 pm
Ar St Paul.'
0 CO m
1 SO pm
7 25 pm
10 25 p m
7 40 am
8 50 am
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 04 A m
3 55 pm
8 58 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 pm
6 19 pm
6 55 p m
10 40 am
dILTto: ?,all? ""SP S?nday.
7.....I11. .n. !i "laH c"e connections ai
Zane8vlllewlth the B. 0. and Pan Handl
J. HOPE 8UTOR, Receiver.
C. C. HARRISON. Goneral PasaongerAM
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LIME
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect May 24.: 1 896
Central Standard Time.
Tho Only Lino out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Servloe Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No. 1. No. 8. No'. 11,
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leaya Marietta 900 2 10
u S?nneI: 01fl 2 28
! Xln?ent 1 93'' 2 40
" Cntler 0 65 8 04
! Dtler 10 21 8 80
" bharpsburg 10 83 3 88
Amesvllle 1052 3 41
Arrive Palos n 25 4 12
" Ath.cns 3 20 8 85
,. , , p.m. h. m
" Columbus 2 25 7 15
" Charleston, W. Va 8 23
!! Glevoland 7 80 1 50 A.
Toledo A 10 II SO
! H?.trolt ' 0 15
Chicago 7 40
No. 2. No. 4, No 12
A.M. P.M. A.M,
Leave Columbus 7 15 12 01
" Athens...., ,, 10 63
" Paloa ,.., 1012 215
" Amoavlllo ,. 10 42 8 16
" Oiltlor 1118 3 60 5 SO
" Vincent 1187 4 0) 6 25
Arrlvo Marietta..... 1215 4 45 7 $0
Trains run dally except Sunday, Close con
nections for all points north and west.
For farther Information call on or address G
M Payne, Tiokoi Agent, Union Depot, Marl-
m ' ' H. C. VINCENT, d. P 4 T. A.
T. D. DALE, Receiver. ' "
, , W. M, MORSE, Superintendent.
The New Yosi
Best for Speed and Results. '
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEIC