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WHY Are We
What Is the Attraction?
In hot and sultry times like theso it
is only the unusual bargains that don t
CO a-bogBing. Valuos, and big ones at,
alone possess the power to interest
Sunstroke Itself may bo braved to pet
your rightful shore of what wo offer
Read the Record. Then
Run the Risk.
No month in the year holds as many
bargain surprises for yoj as this month
Lot of Summer Wrappers going livo
ly at 59, 00, 70 and USc. Great values.
1000 yards Colored Satins at 25c a yd,
good value at 35 and 40c
'25 pieces Fancy Silks for V . aists in
Persian, Plaids, Flowers and Stripped
effects at only 30c a yd.,-roduced from
05, 75, 85 and 03c a yard for this sale
and this 'week only.
Take Notice: To get theso special
bargains you must come and get them
when advertised; they are too good to
Did you ever hear the like? I ull 100
yard spool Best Silk Thread in Itlack
and Colors at 5c a spool. Wonders
never cease. See here: Largo Spools
Knitting Silk only 5 e a spool.
All Silk Ribbons at 1, 5, 8 and 10c a
yd., all colors.
SUJ UMBRELLAS. Silk Gloria at
08c afad 81.25, regular price $1.60 and
$2.00. Good quality at 50, 03 and 5c
Stockinet Dress Shields at 5c a pair,
Mending Twine for mending Um
brellas, Parasols, Gloves, Clothing or
anything 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' Suppies, Linings, Hut
tons, etc., away down in price.
Cassimere Pants at $1 05, reduced
from $3 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 we
have shown now ready for your in
spection. Lower prices and better
ware. Don't miss seeing them this
window for display of Shred
le Wheat Uisuit the cereal
wnmlnr Thn most healthful and nu
tritious food prepared for use. Call and
sample it This week a lady will serve
it kiii:k in our Grocery Department un
til Friday this week.
Fine New York and Ohio Cream
Cheese at 10, 12H and 15c.
Picnic and Campers' Supplies at the
Look Our Only 1000 pounds more of
Pure Lard at 5c a pound, commencing
Crackers and 5c pound. Cofl'eo
Cakes and Oat Meal Wafers 10 and 15c.
Baskets for lunch and picnics at 5, 15
and 25c Market Baskets, open and
covered. 23, 28, 35 and 45c White Wil
low Clothes Basket 35, 45, 50 and !5c
Carpet Remnants at 25c each.
Carpots at the lowest prices ever pur
chased. Books.for Summer Reading at 5, 10,
15 and 25c. One lot of 1000 Selected
Authors in good for 35c,
Stamping Done to Order.
Hundred Vjf (Bargains that we can
not put in our -advertisements. The
lowest prices made anywhere. Largo
full stocks to select from at
169 Front St. Marietta 0
The Number of Failures Dur
ing the Week Were 280.
Political Event's Have No Definite In
fluence on Business Prospects.
Withdrawals of Money In the Intrrlot
Ilather I.nrgo Speculation Advance
Wheat Over One Cent Depression In
Iron ruiI Steel Trade Continues.
New Yokk, Aug. 22. R. G. Dun &
Co. say Saturday in their weokly re
view of trade: ,
Failures for tho week have been 2S0
In tho United States, against 222 Inst
year, and 27 in Canada, against 43 last
Political events of tho week had no
definite influence upon business pros
pects, for the phenomenal variations in
sterling exchange and the beginning
of imports of gold, although following
the great meeting in Madison Square
garden on Tuesday moy bo fairly at
trlbuted to the accumulating excess of
merchandise exports over imports, to
which attention has been repeatedly
called, exports from New Yorlc for tho
past two weeks having been 20 per
cent, larger and imports hero 21 per
cent, smaller than last year. The rapid
movement of grain and the unusually
early marlceting of cotton tends strong
ly to aid tho banking syndicate which
has undertaken to regulate foreign ex
changes. Withdrawals of money to the in
terior arc rather largo and commercial
loans are hard to place, and this dittl
culty checks many new enterprises
and business in many departments.
Bank clearings aro small for the
week, 15 per cent less than last year.
Railroad earnings are not as good as
might be expected for tho first half of
August, exceeding those of last year
only 3.0 per cent.
Speculation has advanded wheat over
one per cent, during tho week, corn a
small fraction and cotton c the prjn-'
cipal motive power being reports ol"ln
jury to growing crops.
The boot and shoe industry is rap
idly nearing the end of past orders, ex
cepting in women's grain and buff
shoes, of which, there aro still orders
for some weeks to come, while others
are constantly received; but in other
branches tho new business is light.
Prices are a shade weaker. Leather is
weaker, with a small demand, al
though restricted supplies have caused
a shade of advance in some kinds.
Hides at Chicago averaged more than
3 per cent lower for tho week again,
the fall in the past five weeks having
averaged about 25 per cent.
The iron and btcel manufacture has
only continued depression to report
and Bessemer pig has s'old at S10.40 at
Pittsburgh, while Southern No. 1 is of
fered at prices equivalent to S10 at Now
York, and nearly all finished products
are being sold below tho current quota
tions. There is rapid curtailment of
production, but in spite of this
the supply of finished products
appears to greatly exceed the
demand for them. Tho one bright spot
is a sale of 0,000 tons steel rails to .la
pan for refitting railways in that coun
try, which makes an aggregate of 45,
000 tons exported during the year.
Nothing encouraging can yet be said
regarding the woolen manufacture and
the demand for goods, even at recent
reductions in prices is btill disappoint
A heavy auction sale of cotton goods
brought prices which were considered
quite encouraging, and the current de
mand is fairly maintained, although
the mills are not inclined to make
large contracts for the future in view
of the rise in tho raw material. In
general the working force in the tex
tile branches does not appear to have
FIRE IN A MINE.
So Far us Knniru Ho One Ilns lieen In.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. 22. The
Nelson mines, owned by the Dayton
Coal and Iron Co., are on fire. About
midnight Friday night Kntry N'o. 27
was discovered on fire and all available
force.' were at work to extinguish the
So far u& known no one has been in
jured. No men will be allowed to work
in any part of the mine till tho inspect
or says ull is safe. At present the gas
appears to be nil confined to ono room.
This is the mine and entry in which 26
miners lost their lives ii few months
One or the 31 st Notorious ISurfflnrs In
tho Lfimitry Under Arrest.
Ni:v Yomt, Aug. 22. The man whe
lies wounded in the Long Island hos
pital in Brooklyn, and who is supposed
to be one of the men engaged in the
post office burglary at Bedford station.
N. Y., was identified Friday afternoon
by Detective 'Sergeant McCauley, ol
tills city as John Gilmorc, alias John
Clare, alias George Price, one of the
most notorious burglars in the country.
The man came to the hospital Thurs
di.y and was made a prisoner when'' lie
could not satisfactorily' explainMiow he
received his wound.
', Lunibpr riynJInili.-irruKificI, v. j,
Sao'i.vaw. ltfich.,.J'Au,e;. 3?i Alerriltit
Ring ono,ot the largest, lumber .lirimi!
inttjie Saginaw, 'ya(lpy, haasled .fon am
extension of time., from theirj.creditow
The firm has more than &30u,000 worth
of assets but owing to the recent fail
ures of other largo lumbering con
cerns and the business depression thoy
are unable to care forshorttlrao paper.
A meeting of tho creditors of the firm
will be held at Chicago next Tuesday.
Ijilior Agitator Tillot Arretted.
Antwerp, Aug. 22. lien Tillet, tho
English labor agitator, arrived hero
Friday in connection with tho new in
ternational federation of waterside la
borers, lie was at once arrested, and
the chances are that ho will be deport
ed. Tho authorities do not intend to
permit foreign agitators to attempt to
inaugurate labor troubles in this country.
authored From All IVrts of the Country
Tho United States cruiser Brooklyn
loft Cramp's shipyard, Philadelphia, at
8 a. m. Saturday for her official trial
trip off tho Massachusetts coast.
Tho elovonth national encampment
of tho Union Veterans union at Blng
hnmpton, N, Y., adjourned, Friday, to
convene a year hence at Springfield, O.
Fire destroyed an old two-story houso
at First and I streets, San Diego, Cal.,
shortly before midnight, and caused
the death of Nellie Bailey and proba
bly two other persons.
Lord Russell and party sat for their
photographs at the,, United States
hotel, Saratoga, N. Y., Frldny. After
wards they were photographed nt tho
studio of a prominent firm.
Ex-Gov. Flower was elected presi
dent of the tho Sound Money Demo
cratic club, of Watcrtown, N. Y., at its
meeting Friday night The organiza
tion has over 150 members.
Li Hung Chang, special ambassador
of the emperor of China, with his suite,
left Waterloo Station at 0 o'clock Sat
urday morning forSouthampton.whero
ho embarks on board the American
lino steamer St Louis for New York.
In tho First district of Mississippi,
Congressman John M. Allen has been
nominated as his own successor, over
12. S. Candler, and in tho Second dis
trict W. D. Sullivan, a leading lawyer
of Oxford, was named by a convention'
Friday afternoon to succeed J. C. Kyle.
A special from from Cumberland,
Md., says: Samuel Rcinhelmer, of
Cameron, W. Va., one of tho largest
merchants of West Virginia has made
an assignment. Tho liabilities, accord
ing to claims filed thus far, are S150,
000, largely held by Wheeling whole
Albert Georgo Whitehead, the Irish
American dynamiter, who, with Dr.
Gallagher, also an American, was sen
tenced in June, 1883, to life imprison
ment, ,was released from Portland
prison at 7 o'clock Saturday rnornhig
and immediately started for Wey
mouth, where ho took a train for Lon
don. Col. Wm. Lamb, chairman of the
Virginia state republican committee,
announces that tho national commit
tee of the party has, after conference
with him, withdrawn Dyer in the Sec
ond congressional district and tree in
tho Fourth. In each of these distrists
there were two nominations for con
gress. Tho other nominees are Wise,
in the Second, and Thorp In tho Fourth.
The bank of Wymore, Neb., closed
its doors Friday morning. No state
ment of assets or liabilities are obtain
able. It was ono of tho depositories
foij Gage county. Sis thousand dollars
are on deposit, amply protected by SS0,
000 in bonds. No run was made on tho
bank, the directors deeming It advisa
ble to close on account of slow collec
tions and inability to renew loans.
It is stated that Michael and John
Cudahy, the well known millionaire
packers of Chicago, have bought tho
entire plant of the Northern Indiana
Oil Co. in Adams and Wells counties,
Indiana, and intend building a pipe
line from the wells into Chicago. It is
said they have already ordered 170
miles of six inch pipe, and that work
will be started on the lino as soon as
Salil to Unto Defeated the Insurgents In
the I'roilnce of Piiuir del Itto.
Havana, Aug. 22. 'Ihe Spanish
force, commanded by Col. Hernandez,
has had three engagements with rebels,
unuer liermuucz, near Isabel, province
of Pinar del Rio. Fifteen of the rebels
were killed. The troops lost a captain
and 21 privates wounded.
Gen. Bosh reports that tho rebel
leader Rabi attacked a convoy at
Jiguani, near Bayamo. Tho insur
gents were repulsed. Their losses are
unknown. Twenty-two of the troops
were wounded. Tho troops found a
number of unexploded torpedoes in tho
THE MARKETS. '
Cincinnati. Aug. 21.
rxocn Winter patent, SlSoas.60. do fancy.
Si 7033.00, do family, SSSOSIBO, extra, JL80Q
ii.10. low grades, tl.BOSJI 75; spring patent,
$J60383: do fancy, t3.l5&3.33; do family,
Wheat Sales of 1 car No. 2 red, track. 60c;
No 3 rod, track, 57c: rejected red, track, 88c.
Cohn Sales, Yellow car, track, Cc: white
car, track, Sic: No. 2 mixed track, 2iytc; No. 2
white, track, 25c: No. 2 mued, track, 24Vc
OVrs Sales: Itejected mt-tcd, track, Ho:
hot, track, 13Kc: rejected white, track. lOtfe;
No 3 mlxod, track, 10s: No 3 mixed, track,
Hogs Choice packers and prime butchers,
?1453.50. mixed packers, S13023 40; common
and rough, Si70.Q.'( 10: light shippers and
soodfat piss, 8H53G0: big beay fat hogs,
ii 1033 85; common to fair pie, M.C0QT 40.
Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good, H01
4 15: choice, H25GIS0; butchers, Rood to
choice. SI 7531 15: fair to medium, J3.00SJ1C3:
commbn to ordinary, 52.0032.83: oxen, si 50
3tt: heifers, good to choice, 3 0033.85, fair to
Sheep and Lasius Sheep Kxtras, $3.25
3.50, good to choice mixed, $1 7533 15: common
to fair, J! 500150 Lambs Extras, t5.655.85:
good to choice. S5.b035.C0, common to fair,
VEAt, Calves Common and large, J3.O0Q
5.00: fair to good light, J3.5030.25; cxtra,a50.
Wool Unwnsbcd lino merino, 03l0o per
lb: quarter-blood clothing, 1231'c; medium,
delaino and clothing, 12!3c; braid, liaiSc:
medium'comtypg, 13314c-. Washed, Una. mor
tnb, XWXX Uc; me,d(un) clothing,, llfijlScs
tt?uineneWe.,'14315c':"'lonr combJog, li!pe;,
(luqrier-niooa ana low, iuc; common
sparse, 11312&- u
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..-', fJim4 JU. W.
' tynEAT No. 2 September, OxQM 3-lOcj Oo
tober. CSBOOKci "' 1 A-,- 1 i,
Conse-Nctl SSptemtSbr.-.'Sfoe1 btd3 OorV.
ber, ."Jjic ' 1 '
Oats No. 2 September, 22 northernsstato,
S'.'fiJOc; western, 10Q3Oc.
' CHICAGO, Aug. 21.
Calls on September wheat opened at 59yo,
sold at 69Ki369Kc. last price 50,'iC10;ic Puts
opened at 59c, sold atMijc. last price 60569J4&
Calls on May corn opened at Wl'iZtJic, tba
only price. FuM opened at 26Kc, sold at 26K
C7c, last prlco lOftc
IMHANATOUS, AUB St.
CAWLE Choice to prime, II0034.V5: fat,
well-flnlsbed steers, S1.20Q4 30; mcdtum,ia27
HoGS-Good to choice medium and heavy.
83.1533 45; mixed and heavy, W15Q125; cood
to choice lights, W50Q.3.65; common, tl30
SnttP Good to choice, lambs, 4.502500;
common. K 7VQ4.25; food to choice sheep, ti7S
,&?! coismo' 1 0ai0.1
H "Judgment!!" .j
The umpire now decides that
il BATTLE AX" is not only
decidedly bigger in size than any
other 5 cent piece of tobacco, but the
aualitv is the finest he ever saw. and
t. the flavor delicious
know just how
( you try it
SEEN IN A VISION.
A Dream Which Has Much In Common
with tho Kcallty.
Alex Giudelsbcrger. a farmer living1
near Portsmouth, O., wau called from
his home at night by unknown men and
murdered. The night the crime was
committed, says the New York
World, his daughter Mary, 13
j ears old, stayed at the home of
William Cook in Portsmouth. Tho
next morning nt breakfast she told her
flhe Kaid that it seemed that someone
called her father, nnd that he went out
tide, where he was murdered. After
this she thought thet she heard rap
pings in Iter room, nnd on the hend of
the bed in w Inch she wa". sleeping. She
was so terrified that the covered her
head with the bed clothing and went- to
(ileep. She was awakened toon and im
agined that a hand touched her and
pointed. toward where her father was
ty :ng dead.
Within an hour after Ehe had finished
telling about the dream she received a
telegram taying that her father was
dead. She afterward learned that ho
had boon killed as ehe had seen in tho
vision and at about the same- time.
Conditions Trior to 1873.
Some of the 'free coinage men still
say that all they'wnrit is to "restore
the conditions that existed prior to
1873." In 1873 tho total world's pro
duction of silver was 01,000,000 ounces
and the silver in n dollar was worth
$1.04 in gold. Last year the world's
product of silver was 1G5,000,000 ounces
and the silver in a dollnr was worth
only CO 7-10 cents. Will the silver
miners restore the production, of 1873
as the first step toward "restoring tho
The Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, Alderman, Chica
go, says.: "1 regard Dr. King's New
Discovery as an Ideal Panacea for
Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints,
haying U6ed it in my family for the
last five years, to tho exclusion of phy
sician's prescriptions or other prepara
tions." Rev. John liurgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have been a Minister of tho
Methodist Episcopal Church for GO years
or more, and have never found any
thing so beneficial, or that gave mo
such speedy relief as Dr. King's New
Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough
Remedy now. Trial Rottles Free at
W. II. Styer's Drug Store
Z & O. It. Ky.
M0 Niaga Falls and Return Aug. Kth Via
Steamer "ulty ot IluHalo" from Cleveland", O.
Tickets good golnn on 0:20 a. m. train, return
ing up to August msi inclusive,
Ohio State Fair at Columbus.
The T. & O. C. E. Ry. villi sell tickets to Co
lumbus and return at one fare for the round
.trip, good going August ntA u September-Ub,
ood returning uolJaMrthiti.'SBftrnbBri.tbj'
... n,-,.. U...... T?-l- fc Siirf"J...C..
rur me uutu ouiio x-au, .w.ue-ntuu iivAi?j,uui
bus, August.sist to Septeirfberi4ttol4clutlvev
the B. & O.S. W. Ry, will ieltffiVfj&arQne
Fare for thy Round Trip, fronrailwsvtttlons'U?
Ohio Return limit September 6th This iw '
wllllHurnasf all former ones. New and attract-
lve IeatureB for both day and uight. The
Night will be made like Day by electricity.
Kxhlblts liner than ever and Liberal Pre
miums. You should not miss It.
Z. &. O. R. Excursions.
Detroit and roturn, $1.00. Mackinac
Island, (5.50, via steamer Frank E.
Kirby from Sandusky, Friday, Aug.
SOth, on 2:40 p. ra. train.
O, A. It. National Kiicuinpineiit.
St Paul, Minn., Sept lst-ltu. The
T. & O. C. Ex. It. R will sell tickets to
St Fuul and return at tho low rate of
$15.00 good going August SOth and Slat
and Sept. 1st; and to be limited for re
turn leaving St. Paul not later than
Sept 15tfi7 except ticket is deposited
and extended by Joint Agent to Sept
You will never
good it is until
J. I. Bakf s
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horses kept by the Day, Week or Honth,
Prompt Attention Given to Funerals.
Carriage can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
UNDERWOOD & LUDEV, I
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.
Attorney at Law.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAITEI1 & CUItTJS,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office and residence, on Second street, three
doors above the Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY, W. A.
M. D., C. D. S..Physiclan and Surgeon,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts.
HAELES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street, Marietta,
. Atuirnei dt Law,
Office In Law DulldlnK.
Attorney nt Law and Notary Public,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot,
tJ Attornoy and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMI8 W. D.
Attorney at Law,
Office East cor. Front and Putnam, M arletts .
f P. WARD,
J Real Estate and Loan Agent,
t-ucond St opp. Union Depot,
DEI. C. XV. EDDY.
Office No. 304- Front Stroot.
Opposite SoidlerB' Menument. Residence No
618 Fourth Street. Tolcnhonc connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON II. F. URAri
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills llulldlng, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NTE & FOLLETT,.
Attorneys at Law,
Offlco In Law Building Marietta, O
. Attornoy at Law,
Office In Law Uulldlpg.
MD. FOLLETT new Law Offices, over
. Citizens Rank. Entrance, Second St
.rittjbu'rV cindliiniitl Line at Steamers.
Arriya.at Marietta, goingjip, every Saturday','
e(yerjJTuegdayThurdayand Sunday evenings
rfas. Ailenderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information write- or call on Jas.
B. Ilaight, Passenger Agt., No'. 231 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81,
Geo. Stueckeu. hknuv stheckih
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers ot Marine, Stationary and Ol
Well Hollers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil Uelds. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
lve us a trial we know we can please you.
Offlco and works on West Side.
Niagara Falls Excursion.
Saturday. Aug. 29th. tho Ohio Itivor
railroad will run a cheap excursion to
Niagara Falls. Jtatos of fare Riid timo
of trains will ba announced In a few
days. , ,
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, lo:40 a m, 11:25 p m.
Cor St. Louis. 10:40 am 11:1s p m.
For Louisville. MO: 40 a m, 11:25 d m.
For Parkorsburg, 10:o a m, t:00 a m, 4:tl
For Delpre, 0:05, 10:40, 2:00, 4:55, 11:25.
p m, 7:oo p m, 1KJ5 p m.
For Chllllcothe. 10:4O a m. 11:!S n m-Miin
a rn, t2.85 p m.
rarnew xorit, "issspm, llissum.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail lnfnrmatinn TAtrftrrllno rntm
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
Q-.' M. Paynk, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
ity., Marietta, o., or
Q. B.Wabfki, Assistant General Passenget
Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
fw mmn Qmrmw m
. ?l"M StTHDAT, MAY 12. 1895.
GOING SOU ill
Akron . ' f,
Toledo . ,,
Canal Dovor .,
N Comers town.
Post Boy ,
tBtop on Slitnal.
Aa trams Dally excett Siiniiinr-
, W. PAGE.
. C. TAYLOE,
G. P. & T. A.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wmnd &"' Un)' P"on8 Train.
'Dally. '-fDally Except Sunday.
1 3 EASTERN TIMS h 9 a
iU t L LT "
AM A la
0 25 tin 01 i 15 Wheeling 1045
67 12 85 1 50 Mdnndsvllfe 10 (8
8 00 1:5 6 .UN. Martinsville f) U
1 ti in oisiersviue 8 45
uo ca truuamstown
9 55 12 67
9 25 12 25
9 00 11 55
Q. P. A
For ratAii. iTifAnw.iiAn
call on or d
134 Front Street
ZANHSVILLE & OHIO RIVEh
TIME CABD IN EFFECT DEC. nd. 1896. (J
" Stockport... 7...
8 63 am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 25 a m
2 40 pm
3 13 pm
8 86 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
5 40 Dm
8 15 pm
1 80 pm
7 25 pm
7 40 am
8 60 am
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
2 55 pm
3 58 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 pm
6 19 pm
5.55 p m
All Trains Dally oscopt Sunday.
7V.mi a?S. 7 ak.? cloB0 connections m
Zanesvlllo with the B.& 0. and Pan Handl
,rn,S JS Columbus, Chicago and tho West.
J. HOPE BUTOE, Receiver.
C. C. HABRISON. General PasgengerAst "
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhloJDentral Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect May 24, 1806
Central Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbua.
Lcavo Marietta 8 00
" Tunnel 0 10
No. 8. No. 11
P.M. A. M
2 10 I Of
2 28 I 82
2 40 5 25
8 01 0 15
3 80 7 15
3 30 7 25
3 41 8 30
4 12 0 21
8 35 10 63
. P. M '
1 50 A. M.
Vincent 9 37
, . P- M.
Charleston, W. Va 8 25
Cleveland 7 80
Toledo 0 to
Detroit , 0 20
No. 2. No. I, No li
A.M. P.M. A.M
Leavo Columbus 7 15
" Palos 10 12
" Amcsvlllc 10 42
'" Cutler... ills
" Vincent 11 37
Arrive Marietta 12 15
Trains run dally except Sunday. Close con
nections for all points north and west.
For farther Information call on or address O
M. Payhe, Tloke. Agent, Union Depot, Mari
T. D. DALE. Betty.101' P T '
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