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Silk Baby Illbboii, 1 yard
Ladies' Cults, 1 pair
Gents' Shield Bow
1 Paper Carpet Tacks
Tea Spoons, 3 for
Nut Meg Graters
Lead Pencils, 1, B or 4 for t cent, or 5
3 Pencil Sharpeners
3 Slate Sponges
Writing Paper, 34 sheets
3 Rubber Erasers
3 Corset Laees
Aluminum Qair Pin
3 Collar Buttons
Key Ring with Marker
3 Scarf Pins
Cake Toilet Soap
Card Hooks and Eyes
Corn Cob Pipe
4 Shoe Strings
33 Hair Pins
5 Japanese Pappr Napkins
Largo Tablets , s '
35 Envelopes . f; "
4 Screw Eyes
3 Folding Fans
3 Sheets Fly Paper
3 Finger Pinger
5 or 10 Slate Pencils
6 Dozen Agate Buttons
Toy Garden Tools
1 Yard Plastic .
1 Yard Embroidered Silk
Skein Linen Thread
1 Fine Cigar
li Pen Points '
5 Knitting Needles
'J Jack Stones i j
McKinley arid Bryan Soap Dolls 5c.
Large spool anchor'"Vnitting silk 5c
Our stock of Table Silver Ware is full
of quadruple plate, jfoods: 5 pieco Tea
Sets, Castors, Tray, Spoons, Knives
and Forlo, Mugs, 'fccUs" anlt' Peppers,
Water Sets, etc., at the lowest prices in
the history of the trade. Call and get
our prices and see the quality.
Last call on Summer Corsets only !10c
for good quality and fit. Worth 05c.
Special The 30th Century High Bust
Corset, at 40c, is a very great Bargain.
Regular price OSc. See it and you will
be convinced we are not overdrawing
The greatest Uargain wo haye ever
shown in SILK goods heavy all silk
goods, regular price 75, 85c and 9Sc. re
duced for this lot only, to :!0c a yd.
3 pieces plaids, 3 pieces Persian de
signs I piece striped, :; pieces figured,
heavy enough for suits.
Only a few pieces of Silk Grenadines.
They are very choice and a very great
bargain for 75c a yd. Match them if
you can at SI. 50 and 2 35 per yd.
1 case full standard prints at IJc yd
1 case good quality Challles at 'Aa a.
yd. Make up very pretty in comforts.
1 case Lonsdule Bleach Muslin at 5Jf.
A few pairs onlv of that full, regular
made, imported Ladies' Hose at 15c n
pair, worth 35c.
A large stock of Qupensware, new
decorations and patterns, cheaper than
ever. Toilet sets at 61.US, 3 35, S3.4S.
Supplies for Picnics and Camping par
ties at Lower Prices than elsewhere.
All fresh and good quality. .
Ralston Health Club Breakfast Food.
The most nutr tious and healthy food
made Ralston Health Club Four.
Headquarters for Shredded whnln
wheat biscuit is the natural food for
man and the easiest drepared for wo
man, a perieei ioou.
8'Bars Octogon soap for 25c. The best
soap on the market. Large Octogon
'.shaped bats. To introduce it we will
1 qll for o f ime only S bars for 35c.
i ' Hundreds of Bargains in our Depart
"ments, changing every day. Come to
where you can get two, three and four
times the goods for your money offered
elsewhere, Every thing guaranteed as
represented at the great and only
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
Of Missouri Elevated to a Cabi
He is Appointed by the President
. as ftuk'e Smith's Successor,
And Will Assume tho Duties of Secretary
of the Interior on September 1 Tho
Ex-Governor Has, llcf n Prominent In
Sound Bloney Iqinocrntlc Hanks.
Buzzard's Bay, Mass., Aug. 25.
President Cleveland announced Mon
day night that David R. Francis, ex
governor of Missouri, had been ap
pointed secretary of tho interior, vice
Hoke Smith, resigned, and that ho will
assume the dutlos of his offico Septem
David Rowland Francis, tho successor ol
Bon. Hoke Smith as secretary of tho Interior,
was born of Scotch-Irish parents In Rich
mond, Ky., October 1, ISJa Snpp'.cmentlnc
his cammon school education In Kentucky, he
graduated from Washington university In
this city la ,1570 with tho degree of batchclor
of arts. After three years' apprenticeship
In commercial ltto, ho organised the XX R.
Francis & Bra Commission' Co , which Is still
one of the leading firms operating at, the Mer
chants' exchange., In lfS3 Lo was elected
vice president of the pzebanse and tho f pllow
W year was chosen president. He'uup "been
a life-long democrat and In lJSlwasa'dclesate
to the convention" that nbmInatcdtMr."Clejp
land for president The fdllowlngyoar ho'wps
elected mayor of St. LotilS by 1.4CO majority,
overcoming n former 'republican' majority of
11,000. Long-needed municipal tcform flour
ished under his administration. In 1888 he was
elected governor of Missouri by ono of the
heaviest majorities ever achieved by his party
in Missouri, and his wise conduct of the oalce
Is still a criterion. Prior to the Chloaso con
vention of this year he was prominent In the
ranks of the sound money democrats and took
aleadlmrpirt in the effort to beat back the
rNlrjg tide of sliver agitation. In 1670 Mr.
Francis was wedded to Miss Jennie Perry, of
S-t. Louis, daughter of John D. Perry, presi
dent of the Laclede national bank. Six boys
were born of this union. ,
Issued by President Warner, of the 131mc.
talllc Union, to the 1'rlemln of Bimetal-
Hum In tlio United itatrs.
Ciiicaoo, Aug. 35. President War
ner, of the American Bimetallic union,
Monday night issued nn address "Tc
the friends of bimetallism in the United
He reviews the situation from a point
of view lavorable to free coinage and
says the question should be carefully
studied by every voter before ho casts
his ballot. "This can not be done,''
says the address, "through the mediua
of ordinary dnily newspapers, for as a
rule, they are filled with catch phrase:
and appeals to special interest that are
simply intended to prejudice and mis
"By far the best method of diffusing
education upon this subject," declares
the address, "is through the medium of
clubs and leagues or unions. Such or
ganizations bring the voters together
in compact bodies and enable them tc
collectively obtain at nominal rates the
very best literature extant. This in
turn leads to discussions, not only by
speakers from the platform but be
tween individuals. As a result the chaff
is separated from tho solid grain, tho
essential and material matter is sifted
out of a great mass that really does
not touch the essence of the question
at all. The great contest is now on
and it can only be settled at the polls.
To the end that the decision may be
right, the American Bimetallic union
strongly urges the formation of silver
clubs and leagues in every state, coun
ty, city, town and school district in the
President Warner pledges his organ
ization to aid in tho work of organiza
tion and education to the ,best of its
ability, providing free such literature
as can bo so furnished and all that nec
essarily involves expense will bo pro
vided ut cost.
WORLD AMATEUR RECORD
Lowi-red Oiu-.l'iftli of 11 Socoml by Karl
It rc, of Iliriglmmtun.
Bi.NniiAMTo.v, K.Y.. Aug. 25. Over 3,
000 people saw Earl liovce, cf this city,
lower the world's amateur competitive
record for two-thirds of a mile from
1:25 1-5 to 1:C5, at the national circuil
races at the Binghntnton Athletic as
sociation grounds here Monday.
The professional riders displayed a
tendency to loaf in the trial heats, al
though the time in the finals was fair
ly good. Summaries: --
Two-thirds mile,open, amateur Earl
Bovee, Binghamton, won. Time 1:21.
One mile, open, professional Zeigler
won; McDonld, second; Martens,
third. Time 3:11 2-3.
One mile, city city championship
Earl Bovee won. Time 2:15 3-5.
Two mile, handicap, professiona.1
Kennedy, won: Mavn, second; Bigby,
third. Time :.H 1-5.
One mile, handicap, amateur G. E.'
Tenneyc iffe, Kiuhfisld Springs, won.
Time 2:14 1-5.
Old hiiltlli-r Drops De.ul.
Hot Spwngs, S. I), Aug. 35. Gen.
Thomas II. Harries dropped dead from
heart disease here Monday, He was
about bixty years of age. He was com
missioned adjutant general of the
Fourteenth army corps by President
Lincoln, was mayor of the city of
Memphis, Tenn., and also military gov
ernor of tho city 'of New Orleans.
Warden Ilnnt-ock Ncnr.
Lkxixotox, Ky., Aug. 25. Maj. R.A.
Hancock, who was Monday afternoon
appointed warden of tle penitentiary
at Frankfort to succeed Dr. Nell, de
ceased, is one of Lexington's leading
merchants. He will move with his
family to Frankfort Tuesday after
noon, leaving his business in charge of
Itenomlimtcil for Congress.
Sciif.nkcta.dv, N.Y., Aug, 25. David
F. Wilbur was unanimously renom
inated for congress from tho Twenty
first republican district convention in
Itc-lnforcemcnts for Culm.
Barcelona, Aug, 25. Tho first batch
of re-lnforcoments for ttieVSpanish
forces In Cuba to bo sent from here
sailed for the island Monday.
Qnthcrett Trom All Parts of tho Country
by Telegraph. "
Tho treasury gold reserve declined
Monday to 8102,049,209. The day's
withdrawals at Now York were 5241,
300. Tho czar and czarina left tho palace
at Pctorhof at noon Tuesday on their
Way to Vienna, whero the first of their
visits will bo made.
The formal order has been, issued
dismissing Capt. Mitchell F. Jamar,
Fourteenth infantry, from tho army,
to take effect August 27.
Tho English government will issuo
another tho third blue book on tho
Venezuelan question on Friday next.
Tho book will deal especially with tho
Tho roller-mill and warehouse,
owned by Everett, Aughcnbaugh &
Co., Waseca, Minn., burned Tuesday
morning at four o'clock. Loss, S"5,000;
insurance, one-half. Tho mill will bo
Gov, O'Ferrall has pardoned Wayman
Sutton, of Wytho county, Virginia,
who wits serving a lifo sentence in tho
penitentiary. Sutton was convicted of
killing Peter narvell and sentenced to
A party of 120 Italians sailed from
Leghorn Tuesday to assist the Chris- j
tians in the island 01 Uretc against tno
Turks. Smaller contingent of Cretan
sympathizers aro also leaving other
Italian ports to join tho insurgents.
Orders have been issued to tho four
troops of cavalry, with tho mounted
band, stationed at Ft. Myer, opposite
this city, to leave for New York Wed
nesday morning by train to take part
in tho parade in honor of Li Hung
At San Pedo, Cal., Monday morning
Robert C Johnson, a ship's cook, shot
and killed Mrs. C S, Lane, his divorced
wife, whom he had hounded since sho
left him, and then killed himself.
Mrs. Lane was re-married only two
The free-silver democrats of tho
Tenth Tennessee district met at Mem
phis Tuesday afternoon, and were
called to order by Senator Isham, G.
Harris. Mr. E. W. Carmack, ex-cditor
of tho Commercial-Appeal, was nomi
nated for concress by acclamation.
Nicholas Rudinger, tho celebrated
German anatomist, died at Tutzing,
Bavaria. He was born at Rudeshelm,
March 25, 1853 and became professor of
anatomy in the University of Munich
in 1S70. Dr. Rudinger was the author
of many books and papers on tho
science of anatomy.
W. N. Winans, a well-known dry
goods dealer, of Detroit, Mich., com
mitted suicide at 8 o'clock Monday
afternoon. He hired a rowboat, rowed
out on the river and jumped into tho
river. The body was recovered. Wi
nans was in financial trouble. He wns
about forty years of age and leaves a
widow and one son.
A Matador Gored to Death.
Duhasgo, Me.w, Aug. 25.iCarlos
Lopez, a well known and daring mata
dor, was giving a bull fight perform
ance hero when one of the vicious bulls
gored him to death in the arena, whilo
a large crowd of enthusiastic men and
women witnessed thebickeningspecta-
Trial Trip Postponed.
Bostov, A'ug. 25. The 0illci.1l trip o5
the cruiser Brooklyn will be held
Thursday instead of Wednesday, tho
change being made for the purpose of
giving the men a complete rest, and
having everything put in complete con
dition. Tho Weather.
Washington, Aug. 25. For Ohio Gen
erally fair, followed by showers on the lakes
Wednesday: warmer Wednesday morning:
fresh and brisk southwesterly wluds.
For West Virginia Fair, followed by cloudy
aud threatening weather Wednesday after
noon; wrfrmer Wednesday morning; south
For Kentucky Fair, followed by local show
ers Wednesday afternoon; warmer Wednes
day morning; southwesterly winds.
For Indiana Partly cloudy Wednesday
Cincinnati, Aug 25.
Fi.ouil Spring fancy, S3.0033.23; spring
family, J2.404S.C0: spring patent, 5:5.50-33.85;
winter patent. S&SO&asO. fancy, Si05aao0:
family, J2.W; extra, it 008-10. low grade, $1 60
SI 85; rye, northwestern, Si40B?.5a, do elty,
Wheat No. 3 red on track, nominal ut Olo
Cons Sales: lo. 2 yellow, track, 2lc; mixed
car, track, 23JJC.
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 10c: No. 3
mixed, track, 10c
Hoos--Solect butchers, 41353.40, fair to
good packers. 3.250.3 5); fair to good light,
B3.45Q3.C0. common and roughs, Si 6033.10.
Caitle Fair to good shippers, 83.C5tl6;
good to choice butchers', 83 7534.13; fair to me
dium butchers', S3.10B3.55; common, ?i23
Sheep ami Lamiis Sheep-Extras, $3,103
3.25, ood to choice, 82 65 a 3 00, common to
fair, if! 5022 25. Lambi Extras, 5.1025.25;
good to choice, 8125(25.00, common to fair,
VEAI. Calves Fair to good light, $5 230
a 00. extra, 80 2)0 60, common and large, $3.50
Wool Un ashed fine merino, OJJlOa per lb;
qunrler-blcod clothing, 1213c: medium, de
laine and clothing. UffllSc; braid, 11312c: me
dium combing, 1A31J& Washed, tine merino,
XtoXX, l.'c; medium clothing. l313c: de
laine fleece, H&15c; long combing, 15316c:
quarter-blood and low, 123130; common
New Youk, Aug 25.
Wueat No. 2 red, September, 61 0-10363JiOi
October, 6Sj3MUc: November, 07&C7Jjp: De
cember, 07 0-ioaSHc: May, 73X0,
Coiin No. 2, September, 27Ji277,'c: Octo
ber 28H329Hc: No 2. ZS'iWiii December,
M 13-1&3S0C; March, 323321o 1
, Oats-No. 2 state, 2l30c, western, 21Q30OI
September, 21 He asked.
Toledo, O , Aug. 25.
Wheat Xo 2 rod, ensh, 03ic; September,
037jc; December, GTc; Na 3 red, cash, Ojia
Coiin No. 2 mixed, cash and September,
Oath No. 2 mixed. May, 20c.
ItYE Quiet; Na 2 cash. S3c.
Chicago, Aug. 2t
Calls on December wheat opened at 6l?io,
sold between CliQ01c and Oi'.jc: list price
c:30i!ic. Puts opened nt C0;c, sold between
G0)o and 0000Kc; last prlco, COJic.
Calls on May corn opened at S6c, sold at
26Kc; last prlco 2032eic P uts opened at
;e?ic, sold at 20?iQ!ec; last price COJic.
lMIIANAl'OLIS, Aug 21
Cattle Not enough cattle to-day to estab
lish a market
Hoes Good to choice medium and heavy,
11333.45: mixed, $1203.340, good to cbolco
lights, 112033. 3a
biiiEF Market steady; no quotable Changs
Five cents' worth of
"BATTLE AX" will serve two
chewers just about as long as 5 cents'
worth of other brands will serve one
man This is because a 5 cent piece
of "BATTLE AX" is almost as
large as the 10 cent piece of other
high grade brands
GENERAL DAN E. SJCXLE3,
She Gallant Old Hero, Bays He Will Voto
Qeneral Dan E. Sickles, the one-legged
hero of Gettysburg, though an old-hue
Democrat, 'does not mince words in de
claring that he will vote for McKinley
to preserve his country's crodit and
honor. Hero is what he writes to a
"It is fortunate that one of tho great
political parties has named a candidate)
for tho presidency whose admirable mil
itary record every soldier looks upon
with admiration and pride, and for
whom he may cast his vote without hes
itation, assured that iu doing so ho is
promoting tho best interests of tho re.
"I know Major McKinley very well.
Ho is a man of rectitude and honor.
Upon tho practical and pressing issues
or tno day ho stands tor all that Ameri
cans must uphold. While I do not agreo
with soino of bis political viowsd am
far moro widely separated from the ruin
ous platform of his adversaries.
"As presideut, chosen as he will be
by men of all parties, his election will
not bo a partisan triumph. His admin
istration will guarantee public credit
and public decorum' and order, now
threatened by a conspiracy of anarch-
ists, Populists and socialists.
"Yon and I and our comrades are not
accustomed to uso blank cartridges in
the presence of an enemy ; therefore I
don't propose to throw away my voto
on any third candidate. Nor aro wo iu
tho habit of withholding our flro when
assailed ; therefore I don't mean to stay
at home and not vote at all. I shall
givo a patriotio vote to my comrade,
Major McKinley, believing that in so
doing I am repeating what I did iu '04,
when, as a war Democrat, I voted for
Lincoln and the Union.
THE" SCALING DOWN.
People Who Will Uto Something to
i Say About It.
There are nearly 1,000,000 pensioners
whoso annual receipts must 'bo scaled
down from 8140,000,000 to 870,000,000 as
a result of a compromise on tho half
valuo dollar under free silver.
There aro 5,000,000 savings banks do
, positors, whoso holdings aggregato Si,
800,000,000. Theso industrious and prov
ident earners and savers must bo scaled
Tho scaling down most tako in 1,.200,
000 shareholders in building and loan
associations. The compromise means
tho loss of one-half of their accumula
tions, now aggregating 150,000,000.
There ore in force in tho United States
0,000,000 lifo insurance policies repre
senting the immense sum of 5, 000, 160,
00 1, Theso policy holders must agreo to
legislate away half tho valuo of thcii
policies if tho scaling down process is ta
be predetermined by compromise. The
beneficiaries of bonevolont and ncci
dent associations must suffer a similar
The vast army of wago earners in the
United States, the seventeen toiling
millions who cat their bread in the
sweat of their face, must li'av'e'thq pur
chasing power of their earnings scaled
down to relievo the debtors. Yet this
, "would not constitute financial dishon
esty I "
Theso creditors will have something
to say about a compromise that will
leave them in tho lurch to tho oxtont of
"47 pev ceut of their accumulations and
earnings. They will havo a chance in
November to declare, thoms'elves on tho
question of a predetermined scaling
down which, if put into effect, would
mcau no "mercy" for them and no
i "sacrifico" for tho other fellows. Do
troit Tree Press (Dem.).
I rtefidlatlon, -"
It is botter for u Democratic to re
pudiate his party than to voto with it
for tho repudiation of honest debt?,
Built - for Two.
UNDERWOOD & X.UDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Oblo
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney at Uw,
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
VV Physicians and Surgeons,
Office and residence, on Second Btrcet, three
doors abov.e the Coart-honee, Marietta, Ohio.
(CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
J Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street, Marietta, .
Tmi.Tffin jt. rmiTiii
. Attorney at Law
Office In Law Building, Marietta i
Attorney at Law und Notary Public,
Office on Second Street, opposite) Union Depot
) tahez BEr.mnn
J Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room .') Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second hlreets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
vttomoy at Law,
Ofllco East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta.
f P. WARD,
O Real Estate and Loau Agum,
bocond St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
DK. C. XV. EDDY.
Office No. 304- Front Street,
Opposite Soldiers' Menument. Residence No
SIB Fourth Street. TeleDhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. P. KIlAri
HAMILTON & KRAFT, ,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Serond streets.
NVE & FOLLETT,
Attorneys t I
Office In Law Building ajur:et(, v
Attorney at Lan
Offico In Law Building, .Harlyt U, O
PltMburj; Cincinnati r.luu r Steumern,
Arrive at Marietta, going up, every Saiordav,
Monday and lnu-od ay aftetnooDsj go'nijdonn.
every Tuesday, Thuiiday and Sunday eveolDgs
Jas, A. Henderson, Gen'l Manager.
For further Information wrlto or call on Jas
B. Halght, Passenger Agt , No. 231 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone No. 81.
In Court of Common Pleas, Washington, Co.,
E XI. Waiikkii, Plaintiff,
Ei.i.en McDonnell, et. al., Defendants.
Tho above named Ellen McDonnell, who re
sides In the City of Louisville, fixate of Ken
tucky, will take notice: that on the aid day of
April, 18110, said E. E. Warner tiled his certain
petition In the Cou-t of Common I'leas of said
County, a-.'alust said Ellen McDonnell and
others Tne said petition pravs for a fore
closure of a mottsage held by said E. E. War
ner on certain real estate owned by said Ellen
McDonnell In the City of Marietta, In said
County aud State, and to marshal the Hens on
said premises. Said Ellen McDonnell Is re
quired to answer ta rsald petition not later
than September 13th, IWfl, o' Judgment will
be rendered as prayed for In said petition.
, , , .. . u- 1- WARNER.
Iuly21id. JCM, 1
B, E. Gljitton, Attorney.
Niagara Falls Excursion.
Saturday, Aug. 29th. tho Ohio RIvor
railroad will run a cheap exourslon to
Niagara Falls. Kates or fare and time
of trains will bo announced iu a few
Z. &. o. R. Excursions.
Detroit and return, 84.00. Mackinac
Island, $5,50, via steamer Frank E.
ICirbr from Sandusky, Friday, Aug.
20th, on 2:10 p. m. train.
G, A. R. National Encampment.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept l8t-4th. The
T. & O. C. Ex. R. R. will soil tickots to
SL Paul and return at the low rate of
815.00 good going August 00th and 31st
and Sept. Jst, and to bo limited for re
turn leaving St. Paul not later than
Sept 15th, except ticket is deposited
and extended by Joint Agent to Sept
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:0 a m, UiU p in.
Kor St. Louis, iouo a m llitspm.
For Louisville. lo:lo a m, 11:S5 o m.
For Parkersburg. 10: a m, :00 a in, Hilt
For Delpre, 8:0), 10:0, 3:00,4:86, 11:55.
ForGhtlllrnttlA. in,iil a In IMilRhra 4A.m
a m, t2.85 p m.
ivor new yomc, :55 p m, 1U2S p m.
pally. tExcept Sunday.
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
Q. M. PAYNE, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
Ry., Marietta, O., or
Q. B. WAiirKL, Assistant General Passensei
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
Iw tPS1 Dn r.H aM. '
IN EVKOr StJNDAT. MAV 18. 1MB.
Canal Dover .
Elba.. . ,
P on Signal.
kAw Vi n " exceI,t 9""lay,
tc. W. PAGE, j. (j. i
I. I . CB -JL. JO..
OHIO HIVER RAILROAD.
wm''flnt1:12' UM' Wr Train.
Dally. Dally Except Sunday.
1 8 S EASTERN T1MB 1-2 4
AM PM PM Au f
S 57. J? 5 i M Monndsvllle I0C8 2BS 618
IU $ i2,""wlIlo 911 2 01 6 24
8 21 1 47 6 15 SlstersvlUe 8 45 1 47 s ns
1000 34o8o3WV1Um8to7n I" "2
00 p8 31800 Park,bg .7 to 11 SS 810
iiiS sS Havenewood 10 is 25
pm pm Pleasant 9 25 122$
2 20 B'JS Galllpolls 9 00 1165
220 8.0 Huntington 748 1)4
W.J. Robinbon. G. P. A Parkerstiu
,irSf at0' ,n'ora"on, etc., call on or ad
ure8S- Will Schlaubaoh,
. 184 Front Street
ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVEh
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEO. Jnd. 1895.
A r Chicago
Ar St Paul ;s
0 20 am
6 S3 am
7 is am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 90 ft m
2 40 11 m
3 18 pm
4 10 11 m
4 83 pm
11 26 a m
a o pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
h nn n m
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
7 25 pm
7 40 am
8 60 am
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
2 65 pm
8 68 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 pm
6 19 pm
5 55 p m
All Trains Dally except Sunday.
AW W raenSTanannd!.'
C. C. HARRISON. General PasaoneerAM
MARIETTAS COLUMBUS SHORT LIKE
Toledo & OhioJJentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table Ik Effect May 24. I80O
Central Standard Time.
The Only, Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No. 1. No. 8. No. 11
A.M. P.M. A.M
Levo?arleUa 00 2 10 Tlil
Tunnel 9 19 2 28 4 82
Vincent 0 37 2 40 s 25
, C?"erJ 65 8 04 0 15
Utley.. 1021 3 30 7 15
, Sharpsburg 10 85 3 80 7 25
.". Amesvllle 10 62 3 41 8 80
ArrlvePaloa 1125 412 0 25
Athens 3 20 8 35 10 S3
, , P.M. . M
" Columbus.) 2 25 7 15
' Charleston, W.Va 8 25 1 07
S10"""1 7 30 1 Ell A.M.
Toledo mo liao
Detiolt 9 20 0 15
" Chicago 7 10
, SOUTH BOUND.
No. 2. No. 4, No li
A.M. P.M. A.M
" Amosvllle .
7 15 12 01
10 1! 2 45
10 42 8 15
11 18 3 SO
11 37 4 04
12 IS 4 45
Trains run dally except Sunday. Closo con
noctlons for all points north and west.
T. D. DALE. RecIelvCery,NCENT- G' T' A
j W, M. MORSE, Superintendent.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed ,and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE