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Silk Itaby Ribbon, 1 jard
Ladies' Cuffs, 1 pair
Gents' Shield Bow
1 Paper Carpet Tacks
Tea Spoons, - for
Nut Meg Graters
Lead Pencils, 1, "J or t for 1 cent, or 3
2 Pencil Sharpeners
3 Slate Sponges
Writing Paper, 24 sheets
2 Rubber Erasers
2 Corset Laees
Aluminum Hair Pin
2 Collar Buttons
Key Ring with Marker
B Scarf Pins
Cake Toilet Soap
Card Hooks and Eyes
Corn Cob Pipe
I Shoe Strings
82 Hair Pins
JS Japanese Paper Napkins
4 Screw Eyes
2 Folding Fans
2. Sheets Fly Paper .
2 Finger Pinger
5 or 10 Slate Pencils
C Dosea Agate Buttons
Tea Strainers .
Toy Garden Tools
1 Yard Elastic
1 Yard Embroidered Silk
Skein Linen Thread
' 1 Fine Cigar
f Pen Points
fi Knitting Needles
! Jack Stones
McKinley and Bryaii Soap Dolls 5c.
Large spool anchor knitting sill: 5u
Our stock of Table Silver Ware is full
Water Sets. etc.. at the lowest nrices in
the history of the trade. Call and get
our prices and see the qua!it3
Last call on Summer Corsets only 39c
for good quality and fit. Worth 05c.
Special The 20th Century High Bust
Corset, at 19c, is a very great Bargain.
Regular price HSc. See it and you will
be convinced wu are not overdrawing
The greatest Bargain wo liaye over
shown in SILK goods heavy all silk
goods, regular price 75, 85c and 'JSe. re
duced for this lot only, to 8Uc a vd.
3 pieces plaids, 2 pieces Persian de
signs 1 piece striped, :i pieces figured,
heavy enough for suits.
Only a few nieces of Silk Grenadines.
They are very choice and a veiy great
bargain for 75c a yd. Matcli them if
you can at 51.50 and 52 25 per yd.
1 case full standard prints at 3?,c yd
1 case good quality Challies at:sc a.
yd. Make up very pretty in comfort.
1 case Lonsdale Bleach Muslin at rj'.
A few pairs onlv of that full, regular
made, imported Ladies' Hose at 15c a
pair, worth 35c.
A large stock of Queensware, new
decorations and patterns, cheaper than
ever. Toilet sets at 51.08, 42,25, ?3.4S.
Supplies for Picnics and Camping par
ties at Lower Prices than elsewhere.
All fresh and good qualitj-.
Ralston Health Club Breakfast Food.
The moit nutr tious and healthy food
roado Ralston Health Club Four.
Headquarters for Shroddc.l whnl
wheat biscuit is the natural food for
man and the easiest drepared for wo
man. A perfect food,
8 Bars Octogon soap for 23c. The best
joap on the market. Largo Octogon
shaped bars. To introduce it we will
sell for a time only S bars for 25c.
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
ot quadruple plate goods: 5 pieco lea
bets, Castors, Trays,- bpoons, Kniv
rV,l Tirtnlr Afnrff Cnltc- nnrl !
Louisville Aldermen Refuse to
Obey a Restraining Order
In Impeachment Proceedings Against
the Louisville Board of Safety.
Itulcn ot Contempt Issued by Judge Toney
nntl tho AlUfrmcn Lock Themselves In
to Procnt Arret Mayor Todd As
sumes Control ot the Police.
Louisvii.i.k, Ky., Aug. 20. The light
of Mayor Geo. l. Todd, republican,
and tho A. 1. A. republican board of
aldermen to remove tho democratic
board of public safety, which controls
tho police, ilro and charity depart
ments of tho city government
readied a climax Tuesday after
noon when the aldermen refused to
obey an injunction restraining them
from taking further tteps in tho im
peachment proceedings, against the
board of safety. The injunction wns
granted by Judge Toney, who immedi
ately dissolved it, but he stated that
under the code it would remain in force
for five days. The aldermen at
once refused to obey it, and
took a iccess. After this was over,
tho board of safety was denied
attorneys and the impeachment case
proceeded. Judge Toney was informed
of the state of affairs and ho issued
rules of contempt against the alder
men. The latter locked themselves in
to prevent arrest and the sheriff and
his deputies were forced to wait out
side as tho judge did not desire to have
the doors broken in.
A special session of the city council
was called and a trolley rigged up
between the two wings of tho city
hall in which the aldermen and coun
cilmen chambers aro located. Whisky,
beer, cigars and notes were passed
across to the sblf-imprisoned aldermen
In the meantime Judge Toney revised
his contempt order and gave tho alder
men until 11 o'clock Wednesday to
show cause why they should not bo
sent to jail for refusing to obey the
mandate of court.
Mayor Todd has assumed control of
tho police force, and sent word to Chief
Taylor that only his orders were to be
obeyed. At 0:30 o'clock Col. L. II.
Stone, attorney for the prosecution,
and Mayor Todd announced that
word had been received from tho al
dermen that they had impeached Col.
Robert Tilford, I). 10. O'Sullivan and
Chas. Wilson, the members of the board
of public safety. When the proceed
ings at tho city hall became known
about town, a regular mob gathered at
the city hall and blocked the sidewalks
and corridors of the big building. The
majority were members of the Amer
ican Protective association, who are
looking forward to places in tho police
and fire departments.
At 7 o'clock it was given out that
Mayor Todd had appointed John Sear
cy, 0. M. Crawford nnd Wm. Evans
members of the board of safety. At
7:12 o'clock the aldermen had con
firmed the appointments. A little later
the new officials proceeded toward
tho aldermen's chamber, headed
by Sterling Kdmunds, an A.
J'. A. leader. Mr. Ldmunds gave
the A. I. A. knock on the door and the
iron bars, tables and desks, with which
it hud boon barricaded to keep out tho
sheriff and his force, were removed.
As soon as tho door was opened the
sheriff and his men made a rush for
it and forced themselves into
the chamber after a tierce fist
fight. The sheriff then cited tho
nldcrmcn to appear before Judge To
ney to .show cause why they should not
bo punished for contempt of court.
The aldermen then adjourned. None
of the members of the deposed board
of safety wore in evidence. - Their
offices on tho second floor of the city
hall were dark, but inside was a squad
of police instructed to deny admittance
to all intruders including the new
At S:15 o'clock Gen. Thos H. Taylor,
chief of police, received a note from
Mayor Todd, ordering him to remove
the policemen stationed in the office of
tho board of public safety and turn the
rooms over to the new board. Geu.
Taylor replied that himself and force
were at the mayor's command to pre
Eeie the peace, but declined to re
move tho policemen from the office, us
they were placed there by tho board of
safety and that he did not recognize
the new board appointed by the mavor.
At 8:30 o'clock the offices of tho chief
of police were locked and darkened,
but in each was a number of police
captains, 'lieutenants, patrolmen and
detective. The charges on which the
members of tho old board of safety
were impeached nic: Failure to sup
press prostitution and gambling and
usurpation of nuthority.
Gen. Taylor was removed from tho
office of chief at nine o'clock and Rob
ert Cunningham, n livery stable keeper,
appointed in hi.s stead,
Louisvii.i.k, Ky., Aug, 20. Louisville
has two chiefs of police nnd before
many hours it looks as if there will bo
two complete pollco- departments as
the result of tho impeachment of tho
old boards of public safety. Robert
Cunningham, the -jew A, J. A. chief,
nnd the new board pf safety aro hold
ing forth in the mayor's office, trying
Assistant Chief of Police S. Gunther
for refusing to obey the'r orders. Tho
old board and chief aro in possession
of the offices of the police department
and say they intend to hold on at all
hazards. Tho city hall and'eourthouse
are surrounded by on enormous crowd
waiting for the appearance 'of tho
aldermen to answer, the rule of con
tempt issued by Judge Toney Tuesday
Jtejult of nil Old Feud.
Ci.akksvii.i.i:, Tcnn., Aug. 20. As a
result af an old feud recently renewed,
the Wiggins brothers, merchants at
Danville, Tenn., shot from ambush
Abe Hinson, a farmer, as he was going
to town. They then beat hlrn horri
bly. Hinson's son is reported to have
avenged his futher's Injuries by killing
one of the Wigginc Hinson will prob
Oathcrod I"rom All Parts of tho Country
Tho president has appointed Charles
M. Pritchnrd postmaster at Mamllug
ton, W. Va.
Tho sum of S500.000 gold will leave
Europe on Saturday's steamer con
signed to Now York.
Wm. S. Gowhcrd was nominated for
congress by the democrats of the Fifth
district at Odessa, Mo., Tuesday after
noon. Col. J. L. Spangler, of Ccntroe coun
ty, was nominated by the republicans
3f tho Twenty-eighth congressional
Tho ..cmocratio sound money leaguo
of Delaware was formed Tuesday at a
public meeting, and six delegates to tho
Indianapolis convention were chosen.
A. third ticket was advocated.
Several Kanawha river operators
have notified their men of a reduction
of two cents per bushel for mining
coal. Tho men refused to accept, and
a strike will probably follow.
Tho democrats of tho Twelfth Penn
sylvania congressional district Tues
day afternoon unanimously nominated
John Garman for congress. Mr. Gar
man is chairman of the democratic
Clarence Henning, assistant secre
tary of tho fair association, has fled
from St. Louis, and with him disap
peared a considerable amount of tho
association's money. Hcnning belongs
to a prominent Indianapolis family.
At San Mateo, Fla., Tuesday night,
Mayor S. W. Roweley discovered thrco
burglars in his residence. A fight fol
lowed in which Itoweley and two of
tho burglars wero shot. Tho burglars
are strangers and believed to be new
Gold democrats of Florida held a
state convention Tuesday and elected
delegates to Indianapolis. J. II. Wall
was mado chairman of the delegation.
Resolutions were passed denouncing
the Chicago platform as anarchistic and
favoring the single gold standard.
Forest fires aro surrounding Cheque
magon Bay, Wis., and the air Is filled
with smoke all dny. So far the firo
has not reached near enough to place
the city in danger. Tho fire has swept
over a wide area of territory west of
town and several homesteaders havo
been burned out.
The Kansas sound money democratic
convention Tuesday adopted a plat
form in which tho principles promul
gated at Chicago by the democratic na
tional convention wero declared to bo
undemocratic and Grover Cleveland
and his administration were endorsed
in most flattering terms.
Charles Leonard, father of Lillian
Russell, wns stricken with paralysis at
the Russell house, Detroit, Tuesday
morning. Mr. Leonard's entire right
side is paralyzed and ho has been ren
dered speechless. Physicians say ho
will probably recover his former
health. Mr. Leonard was removed to
Harper hospital. He was visiting a
brother and sister in Detroit. Ho is
about CO years of age.
Tho domocratip sound money move
ment in Pennsylvania assumed u def
inite shape at Philadelphia Tuesday
afternoon at a state convention called
by the members of the party who havo
renounced allegiance to the Chicago
platform. Tho convention elected
presidential electors and electors
at large, delegates and delegates
at large to tha Indianapolis con
vention, chose a state central com
mittee and adopted the name "Jeffcr
sonian party"' as the title of tho organ
ization in this state.
Washington, Aug. 20. West Virginia
Generally fair: southerly winds shifting to
westerly: slightly cooler Thursday afternoon.
Ohio Generally fair Thursday: preceded by
Ilcht local showers alonsthc lakes; fresh and
brisk westerly wlnd3: cooler.
Indiana Fair Thursday; south to west
Kentucky Generally fair but probably
threatening weather: winds shifting to west
erly and slightly cooler Thursday,
Cincinnati, Aug. 26.
I'l.ocn Spring fancy, K1OO03 25; sprlne
family, SHOJiW: spring patent, J3.50S3.85;
winter patent, t3.20S3.50. fancy, J2.6543.00:
family, 8i60; extra, JL00S2.1O, low grade, 81.50
S1.65; rye, northwestern, i2.WS.H0, do city,
Wheat Sales: Snraplo red, track, 46cs
sample red, track, SbvSc; No. 3 red, trade, 67c.
Cohn Sales: Yellow ear, track, 25c,
Oats Sales: Sample mixed, track, lie; No.3
mixed, track, ICc
HoesSelect butchers, 812E3.30; fair to
good packers, 53.20Q3 23: fair to good light,
ta3S&3.50, common and roughs. Si403.00.
Caitlu Pair to good shlpport, (3.50(34.15:
good to choice butchers', S3 'iris, 1 15; fair to me
dium butchers', iiUOfillO, common, $i250
SilEhP and LAUD3 Sheep Tlitras. $3,153
3.31, good to choice. i2.C0n3.10, common to
fair, 51 50&2.S5. Lvjibj Uxtras, 5 102525;
good to choice, $4 2535.00. common to fair,
Veal Calves Fair to light, 84 7535.15; ex
tra, 8& 03, common and large, 8J.JD0a4.50.
Wool. Unwashed fine merino, 910c per lb;
quarter-blood clothing, IJ13e; medium, de
laine nnd clothing l"13c, braid, IlOl.c: mo
dlum combing, ltllc. Washed, line morino,
XtoXX. lie; medium clothing, 14315c; de
laine tleecc, Hi!5c; long combing, IJ3IC0;
quarter-blood and low, 111313c; common
coarse, 1 HiilUa.
New Yohk, Aug 2d
Wheat No. 2 red, September, OluutCSJio:
October, 0I5J1103C. ,
CoiiN No. 2, sepieraDcr, 26;,ta2Tj.c: Octo
ber 273ic; Docomber, IDc; May, 3IKG31,'fc;
No. 2, 27MQ.28MC
Oats No s western, 183.30c; September,
Toledo, O , Aug. 20.
Wheat No 2 red, cash and September,
63jc; December, OOJic; May, 71c; No. 3 red,
cash, COc. '
ConN No 2 mixed, cash, 22tfc; No. 3 yel
low, 23a v
Oats No 2 mixed, cash, 17c; September
HYE-No. 2 cash, 33e; No. 3 do, 3Cc.
Chicago, Aug. 25.
Calls on December wheat opened at COJic,
last price, 01 c. Puts opened nt B!yc, Bold at
WXc last price, 50c.
Calls on May corn opened at 26c, sold at
VK&-te; Ian prlco, 20c Puts opened at
237, iGo, sold at 23026Sc; last price "Or
Indianapolis, Aug. 5.
Cattle Choice, 810OS4 25; medium, W7JO
LOO; common. 812533a 63. '
Hoes Good to cboico medium and boavy,
11332345; mixed, 83.1503 30; good to choice
suvir Good to cboico lambs, 817505.25;
common lambs, (10034 50; good to choice
?heep. ?!frt'.50 common, 81.033-25.
Union Veterans Urged to Rally
THE DANGERS OF T3IS 0EISIS.
Jomblnntlons Which Now Threaten tho
Integrity of the Country A Nation
Once- Saved Agalu Needs tho Soldiers'
Help They Unve Lost None of Their
Love of Country, or Dovotlou to tho
Old Flag A Call of Ilouor. ,
Tho Union Veterans' Patriotic league,
of which . Major Qoneral Daniel E.
Sicklos is president, and Major General
William B. Franklin and Major Gen
eral Horace Porter aro vice presidents,
has issued an address to the surviving
soldiers and sailors who served in tho
Union army and navy during tho war
of tho rebellion, Tho address follows :
"Oomradks Your country is again
in peril I In tho present presidential
campaign dangerous combinations again
threaten tho integrity of tho govern
ment. Misguided men couspiro to bring
repudiation, dishonor and financial ruin
upon tho nation onco savod by your
"Tho men who ouco answered tho
call to put down rebellion and savo tho
Union have lost uono of their lovo for
the couutryiautl thoir devotion to tho
flag they fought to uphold, and they
see in tho present situation nu attempt
to tarnish the gcod name of the republic
and break down its most cherished in
"Tho stars and stripes symbolize to
those who offered their lives in its do
fonso a country unitod and powerful,
respected nt home, honored the world
over for its power, its jnstico, and still
more for its integrity, honesty and fair
"Comrades, you believe in liberty un
der law, in publio order, in tho mainte
nance of our courts of justice, and in
national honor and good luitli. You aro
unalterably opposed to the red flag of
anarchy and mob rulo. We "believe that
yon resent with earnestness all attacks
upon the executive and judicial depart
ments of our government, and com
mend all measures which, vindicate tho
supremacy of the law and restore pub
lio order whenever endangered.
"Many of our great leaders have been
mustered out. Grant, Sherman, Sheri
dan, McOlcllan, Thomas, Hancock,
Burnside, Garfield, Logan, Dix, and
many others have gone to their reward.
Wero thoy living, they would bo united
with us in this crisis as they wero in tho
days of the war. It remains for us,
their comrades, who followed where
they led, to guard tho good work thoy
uphold while living and to preserve all
they helped us to gain for our country.
What Would lie Lost.
" Should this dangerous and revolu
tionary political conspiracy against tho
financial honor and intogrity of tho
government succeed every pensioner,
every depositor in a savings bank and
every policy holder in an insurance)
company, co-operative bank and build
ing and loan association and assessment
insurance society would lose one half of
what is duo him by being paid in 50
cent silver dollars. Tho price of every
thing tho workingman buys would bo
doubled, but ho would havo to struggle
and wait long beforo ho secured any
substantial increaso of his wages.
"Feeling assured that in , this
crisis you, tho Union veterans of tho
lato war, aro almost unanimously
united in favor of on honest govern
ment and a faithful adherenco to the
principles for which we contended, we
appeal to you to lay aside all partisan
differences, to prefer country to party
now as in tho dark dayc of tho civil
war, iiud rally to tho support of our
gallant comrade, Major McKinley, tho
liret private soldier who has over boeu
nominated for tho high office of presi
dent of tho United States, who stood
shoulder to shoulder with you in many
memorable battles, and for two long
years carried his musket nnd shared thu
toil and danger which fell to tho lot of
tho men in tho ranks who dofonded tho
Union, and who today stands for tho
maintenance of tho good name and
honor of tho country.
"Major McKinley is a comrado tried
and trusted. Ho is pledged to the, prin
ciples tor which you so freely exposed
your lives and for which so many thou
sands of your comrades died on battlo
fields, in fever-infected camps and in
"Wo feel that the country is again in
tho presence of 11 great danger, and that
it is tho duty of the men who saved it
beforo to rally to its defouso now.
Thereforo wo urge you to form your
selves into au association to bo known
ns "Tho Union Veterans' Patriotic
.League," and do all in your power as
individuals and members of tho league
to seenro tho triumph of tho right.
Plans of organization will bo furnished
from this office
A Cnll to Action.
"We ask you to unite without refer
ence to your past party affiliations and
como together in non-partisan associa
tions as you did in thoso other days.
"Tho housof tho fathers who followed
Iho flag from 1H01 to 1803 should defend
tho blessings secured to thorn by tho
services, tho sufferings and tho valor of
their hires. Thereforo wo invito all sons
of veteran sires to unito with us in this
campaign against natiounl dishonor.
"Wo urge every veteran and sou of
veteran to send his addross to our secre
tary, Colonel L. Edwin Dudloy, nt 1
East Ninth street, New York city.
"Yours in bonds? of comradeship."'
This call bears the siguaturos of more
than a hundred prominent ox-soldicrs
of the civil war. Republicans nnd Dem
ocrats, Sickles, Portor, Sigel. Howard.
Franklin, Woodford, McCook, Proctor
Mlvnr Coined In July.
During tho month of July just passed
the government coined over 1,000,1)00
standard silver dollars, or one-eighth as
many as was coined during tho first 80
years of our national existonce. Yet
tho silvcritcs still cry that silver isn't
being fairly .treated, Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune.
Ituudy Fur Kowall's Free Coinage.
A good many Democrats would like
to know when Sewall proposes to begin
tho frco coinage of checks for campaign
expenses, St, Iiouis Globo-Democrnt
Washington Co. Fair I
Wo expect tho Best Fair this year
that we have had for many years, and
wo want all of odr customers to bo
In orderto givo all a chance to go,
wo have decided to give you a
Ticket Free I
We have hundreds of them to give
away. Every person buying Five Dol
lars worth, cash, will get a ticket freo.
Remember, our prices are as low as
any placo in tho city, and all our goods
first-cluss. You do not hayo' to buy
?5 worth at one time. Every pnrchaso
Tickets are ready now I
Hagan 8c Schad,
1 1 kMt
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHUROH STREET
Eoratm Kept by the Day, Week or tfonth,
Prompt Attention Given to FnnoralB.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
GEO. STKECKEIl. RKN11Y STHECKB1-
GEO. STRECKER fit CO.,
Manufacturers ot Marine, Stationary nnd 01
Well Hollers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know We can please you
Office nnd works on West Side.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition has
been presented to the ulty Council of the City
of Marietta, Ohio, praying for the vacation of
Stark street, from Ohio street to Eighth street
excepting a strip 40 feet In width abuttlna up
on the easterly side thersof and extending
Crom Ohio street to Eighth street and Is now
pending before said Council and will be up for
unai action on ana alter tno z.'nu aay 01 Sep
Clerk of the City of Marietta, Ohio.
Aug. 13, Ut
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney at Lo.iv.
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAIJTEIC A: CUKTXfl,
Physlclano and Surgeons.
Office and residence, on Second street, three
dcora above tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio,
C CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
J Attorney at Law,
Ofllcc on Putnam Street, Marietta, .
.L . Attorney tl Ltw ,
. oneo lo Law Building, Mgrlotth.O.
X7 J. CUTTER,
C Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Offlco on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room S Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
utornoy at Lav,
OUlca East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta.
J P. WARD,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta , '
DIt. a. XV. EDDY.
Offlco No. 304-Front Street.
Opposite Soldlors Msnument. Residence No
518 Yeurth Stroet. Tcleuhono connection.
JOnN A. HAMILTON n. F. ERA?
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
UClco room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & rOLLETT,
Offlco in Law Bt'lldlng. MerloJti, O
Attorney at Law,
Office lu Law Eulldlng, Marietta, O,
HI near a Falls Excursion.
Saturday, Aujr. 29th. the Ohio River
railroad will run a chonp excursion to
Niagara Vails. Ratos of faro, nnd time
of trains will bo announced in a fow
Z. &. O. 17. Excursions.
Detroit and return,"? 1.00. Mackinac
IMund, S5.00, via steamer Frank E.
Kirby from Sandusky, Friday, Aug
29th, on 2: 10 p. ui. train.
G, A. It. National lJncuininneut.
St l'aul, Minn., Sept. lst-4th. Tho
T. & O. C. Ex. R. R will sell tickets to
SL I'uul nnd return at tho low rato of
$15.90 good froinp AupustSOth and aist
nnd Sept. 1st, and to bo limited for re
turn leaving St. l'aul not later than
Sept. 15th, except ticket is deposited
and extended by Joint Agent to Sept
'A, & O. H. Ky. St. Paul G. A. R. ex
cursion tieketH will bo good going Aug.
2'Jth, 31st and Sopt. 1st.
Ohio State Pair at Columbus.
TheT. &O. O. E.lty.wlll sell tickets to Co
lumbus and return at one fare for the round
trip, good going August 81st to September 4th,
good returulug not later than Septembor tth.
G. A- R. Encnmpmont, St. Paul.
On account of National Kncampnidnt
G, A. R. to bo held In Ut. Paul Sopt. 1st
to 4th, the 1$. & O. S. W. Ky. will poll
tickotn to St. Paul on Aug.UOth, 31st and
Sopt. 1st, good rolurnlng until Sept. 30,
from points on its lino ut ono cent a
mile. A most desirable route for St.
Paul ia via St. LouIh and all who take
this lluo will nave an opportunity to
vlqw the results of the rooont tornado.
For tickets and further Information call
on agents B. & O. S. W,
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:40 a m, ll:25 p m.
Kor St. Louis, 10:40 a va ul:J5 p m.
For Louisville. 10:4O a m, 11:25 d m.
For Parkeraburg, 10:40 a m, t0:00 a tn, I
For nAlnro. ft'nn in. in qno i.rr h.9k
p m, 7:00 p m, 11:I5 p m.
For Ohinicothe, 10:40 a m, 11!J5 p m.
a a, t2.85 p m. n.
For New York, 4:t5 p m, U!25 p m.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information regarding ratd
iime on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor ca
etc., address ,
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Cleveland & Marietta Railwa
Ik Eyaor Sunday, may is, 189S.
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Canton , ,
Canal Dover . ,
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t All trnJ .Pally except Sunday.
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ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVEl
TIHR OABD IN EFFECT DEC, ind. 18W.1I
6 20 am
0 63 am
7 15 n. in
2 40 pm
8 18 pm
3 86 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
5 40 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
11 25 a in
Ar St Paul. ..."".
9 00 n m
7 25 p m
7 40 am
8 50 am
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
10 25 n m
11 20 a m
2 55 pm
3 68 pm
1 21 pm
4 68 pm
5 19 pm
6 55 p m
AU Trains Dally oxcopt Sunday.
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MARIETTA & GOLUMBlfS SHORT LIN
Toledo & OhloCentral Ext'n
iimo Table In Effect May 24,' 180(1
central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Line out of Marietta wit
inrouRh Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No. 1. No. 8, No. 1
A.M. P.M A.J
" Tunnel ,..
" Vincent ,..
" Cutler ,
" Charleston, W,
1 00 A,
No. 2. No. 4, No la
A.M. P. M, A, M
" Araosvllle .
Train run Hallt nvnnn. ci...i - .
ncctions for all points north and west.
l'i. Tloac Agent, Union Depot, Marl.
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m t r n.vniiWl4lU,U,raT,j,
., i xiAun, uoceiver.
v, M. MORSE, Snporlntcmlcnt,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results
SEE IT AT THE LEADER )FEICE