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The Cheapest Place
To Biff Gooils of Ml KMs
Is the placo nearly every person is
looking to find. Wo can point you to
tho store that will glvoyou more goods,
more value, more service and moro
satisfaction than any other house any
where, for the reason that if you send
out of the city you run tho risk of not
getting suited, and the trouble and ex
pense which you do not liavo buying
from us. We guarantee our goods as
You aro now invited to Inspect our
stock of Now Fall and Winter Goods
arriving daily, bought at the lowest
markets of tho world and offered to
you at tho lowest prices offered.
SEE SOME OF THEM FOR, THE WEEK
Dross Goods. New arrivals of all
wool Serges, Henriettas, Mack Novol
ties and lloucles. The prices will sur
We continue giving away a Dress
Pattern with Dress Goods sales in ad
dition to tho low prices made. Come
soon to get them.
A few Armorside Corsets for the
week at 00c, worth 81.55.
One lot Steam Mould Taylor Made
Corsets, all sizes, for the week, only
(S9c, regular price J1.S5.
The Largest Tablet for school only
fie, worth 10c. See It.
7x11 Double Slates lSc; Sxl'J Double
We sell School Supplies Cheaper than
any other house.
One case Satines. Black and Blue
grounds at 10c, worth 15c yd.
Standard Prints this week at Ocyd.
One lot China Wash Silks 15c yd,
Embroidered Handkerchiefs at 5c,
10c 12c and 15c Great values.
Sun Umbrellas at 50c, 00c, OSc and
SI. 25. Special Bargains.
J spools John .1. Clarks Machine Cot
ton for 5c
A limited number pairs of Regular
Made Ladies' Hose, Opera Shades, 3
pair for 25c, one pair regular price 25c.
Bargains in Men's Suspenders, silk
overshot, embroidered and silk edge,
p'atect buckles, 25 doen this week at
25c a pair, worth :i0 to 40c.
The McKinley Tin Canes at 25c
each a novelty.
Large spool Crochet and Knitting
Silk, all colors, 5c spool.
CLOTHING. Great Bargains in
Men's Suits from ?2.StS to $15.00.
New Fall Overcoats. All wool pants
at ?1. 75 to ?2.75. Boys' and Children's
Suits at 75c to ?2 S. The best knee
punts for 25c we have sold.
We have the Bargains in this De
partment. Come and see them.
Trunks, Valises and Telescopes very
Onr Prices on Wall Paper the Lowest.
SPECIAL SALE OF CAUPETS. A
Complete stock of Rag, Cottage, Hemp,
and Ingaain to choose from. No house
makes tho prices we will sell at.
Measure your rooms We cut and
match to fit, no extra charge.
New stock of Queensware and Glass
ware this week. Factories closing out
gave us some snaps for our customers.
Come now while we have a full as
sortment and can suit you.
Fine Decorated Tea, Dinner and
Toilet Sets away down in price.
Mixed Candy this week at 5c pound.
A big lot of new goods in One Cent
Pencils, sponges, paper, envelopes,
thread, mirrors, rules, pins, cuffs, col
let, ribbons &c. &e.
Special Sale for This Week Only.
1 pound II. B.'s cream puff baiting
1 box, 3 cakes line toilet soap.. '. ... '.j
14 do., plated tea spoons :,
4 nound Young Iiyson tea 40
1 towel roller jr,
1 butcher kuife '. " ' n
All for this sale :i!)c, just ( regular
Pmu Leaf Lard only 5c. a pound,
y pounds Ginger Snaps only 10c.
Stoneware Jars, Jugs, &c 5c a gal
Ion. The Queen City washing machine is
a great success. One dozen more at
?2.48. Regular price fO.OO.
Tin fruit cans, quarts at 25c per do..
Half gallon at 50e. per dozen.
Whole shredded wheat Biscuit for a
quicker introduction will sell this week
only, 3 packages for 25c, worth 45c.
Hundreds of Bargains not mentioned
that will require a call tc investigate
169 Front St Marietta. 0
THE GOLD MEN
Elect Their Candidate for Gov
ernor in Maine.
There Were Five Candidates in the
Field lor That Office.
The Majority of I'avrvn, the Ilcpubllcati
Candidate, Larger Than tho Mont llu-
thutlattlc Republican Anticipated
Lour Congressmen llc-electcil.
Poktland, Me., Sept. 15. The cam
paign which culminated to-day In a Re
publican victory has been the most
active known for years upon both
sides. It has been a speaking cam
paign almost entirely, and tho entire
state has been covered. There were
five candidates for tho office of govern
or, who is tho only stotc officer chosen
by tho people, all others being chosen
by the legislature. The nume of one
of these, William Henry Clifford, of
Portland, tho nominee of the sound
money democrats, was not upon the
official ballot and those voting for him
were obtiged to write his name upon
their ballots. The other candidates
were Hon. Llewellyn Powers, of
Houlton. republican: Hon. Melvin
P. Frank, of Portland, democrat;
Amml S. Ladd, of Calais, prohi
bition, and Luther C Batcman, of
Auburn, populist. Congressmen, coun
ty officers, state senators and repre
sentatives to tho legislature were also
elected. Tho averago estimate of the
republican plurality for governor was
25,000 to 23,000 as compared with
about 30,000 in 1801 and 12,500
in 1892, but tho vote Monday
throughout the state was larger
than anticipated and tho majority of
Powers, the republican, is larger than
the most enthusiastic republican pre
dicted, the latest returns indicating
that it will reach nearly 50,000. In
nearly every county the county officers
are republican by much larger plur
alities than ever before known, and in
some counties no candidates were put
in the field by the democrats.
In all four of the congressional dis
tricts the present incumbents wore re
elected, with increased pluralities. In
the First district Reed's plurality will
be something over 10,000 as against
S.175 two years ago, while congress
men Dingley, Milliken and Boutclle
go back to the next congress with a
much larger vote tnan two years ago.
The legislature will contain but fow
Two hundred and seventy-live towns
give Powers. 03,001; Frank, 25,341;
Clifford, 541, scattering, 3,337. Pow
ers' plurality. 38,320.
Same towns in 1894 gave Cleaves, 53,
749: Johnson, 22,70S; scattering, 0,070.
Cleaves' plurality, S0.9S1. Republican
gain In plurality, 7,339.
Portland, Me., Sept. 15. The result
for congressman in the First district,
with two small towns to hear from In
York county, gives Reed lS,fa09, Staples
8.4S0. Reed's plurality will be 10,309.
Two years ago Reed's plurality was
Portland, Me., Sept. 15. The re
turns indicate that the republican
have elected the entire senate, carry
ing every county. There was no dem
ocrat in the last senate and there will
be none in this. The returns so far re
ceived indicate that tho house of rep
resentatives will stand 140 republicans
and five democrats, exactly the -lame
as in the last legislature.
In Aroostook county the democrats
had two representatives. It is not cer
tain that they have more than one
now, but the Van Buren district is
given the benefit of the doubt. Wm.
Dickey is classed as a democract but
he was on both tickets.
They Hold Their Ulennlul Session at Gal
Galveston, Tex., Sept. 15. The bi
ennial convention of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen of North
America convened here Monday and
will last ten days.
Grand Master Sargent and Grand
Secretary Arnold. Grand Master Mor
rissey, of the Order of Railway Con
ductors, and Samuel Gompers, presi
dent of the American Federation of
Labor, arc the most prominent leaders
present. Eugene V. Debs is also here,
not as a delegate, but as a spectator.
Grand Secretary-Treasurer Arnold's
report showed the order to bo in excel
lent condition financially. Beneficiary
funds to the amount of 5053,300 have
been paid to the widows and heirs of
295 of its members and to 145 members
who were declared totally disabled.
Since August lit, 1894, there have been
49 new lodges organized. There are
now upwards of 23,000 members who
are permitted to carry insurance in
amounts of J500, 51,000 and 51,500.
An Acreement Beached.
St. Louis, Sept. 15. The miners and
operators of the Hast St. Louis district
reached an agreement Monday after
noon. It is a return to the scalo of
January 1, which is 12Ji per cent,
above present figures. Tho men want
ed a raise of 20 per cent, and the re
bult Is a compromise. The agreement
will only affect a part of tho miners,
as a part of them are working at the
January 1 scale. This scale was vio
lated by some of the operators and
others kept on paying it. The scale as
it now stands is 40 cents per ton for
Cool Weather la the Northwest.
Chicago, Sept. 15. Temperatures in
tho northwestern tier of states are
nearly thirty degrees lower than over
tho interior of the country. A second
ary storm appears to bo developing
over northern Illinois, which will
maintain tho present heat in this sec
tion of the country for n day or so
longer. Colder weather is then indi
cated. Hryan and WaUon Electoral Ticket.
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 15. After
wajting all day for a fusion proposition
from the democratic state central com
mittee, tho populist state central com
mittee Monday afternoon put out a
full Bryan and Watson electoral ticket.
Gathered From All Tarts of the Country
After an idleness of two months tho
Joliet branch of tho Illinois Steel Co.
started up Tuesday morning giving
employment to about 2,000 men.
Among tho passengers who arrived
Tuesday morning from Southampton
by steamer New York, were Hon. J. B.
Forakcr and the Australian cricket
Tho Capital furniture factory, Sacra
mento, CaL, was destroyed by fire Mon
day. Jacob Heintzman, omployed as
watchman, was burned to death. Loss
A Negro named James McCauley was
killed by a mob on tho Clalbord road
eight miles from Monroe, La., Sunday.
He was charged with assault on two
D. B. Lyons, capitalist and broker,
Dcs Moines, la., made an.asslgnment
Monday to C. S. Bradshnw for the ben
efit of his creditors. 'His schedule
shows assets of 5102,000; liabilities 877,
000. Many Irishmen in San Francisco
were astounded at tho news of P. J.
Tynan's arrest. Tho noted prisoner
has many friends in that city who
know him intimately, and they were
especially astonished at his arrest.
Tho 84th conclave of the supremo
council, Ancient Accepted Scottish
Rite Masons of the 33d and last degree,
northern jurisdiction of America, met in
Masonic temple, Pittsburgh, Pa., Tues
day morning. There are about COO
members in attendance.
Miss Ida Buchanan, aged 30, commit
ted suicide Monday in Hannibal, Mo.,
by shooting herself in the head with a
revolver. She left a letter saying that
ill health was the cause; that she was
a burden to the family. She left in
structions,as to how sho should bo pre
pared for burial.
In the courso of a speech before tho
Associated Chambers of Commerce, sit
ting at Southampton, Eng., Tuesday,
Sir Henry Stafford Northcote, M. P.,
said that the Chinese viceroy, Li Hung
Chang, had left nothing in the land
more valuable than his autograph.
This remark caused great laughter.
The Union compress of Little Rock
Ark., was destroyed by fire at a lato
hour Monday night. The plant, to
gether with 5,000 bales of cotton, is a
complete loss. The building and ma
chinery were valued at $100,000. Esti
mated insurance, SV5,000. Tho loss on
the cotton is 5200,000, believed to bo in
sured for 5150,000. The Lcssar Cotton
Co., of St. Louis, owned the majority
of the stock of the plant.
LI Hung Chang sailed on the Em
press of China for home Monday. The
viceroy occupied the forenoon in giv
ing audiences to the board of trade, the
city council, the consuls of the'several
countries resident at Vancouver,
and the lieutenant governor of the
province. The Empress of China sailed
at 2:30 p. in. in n fusilade of Chincso
artillery, rockets and fire crackers
and the booming o cannon from n. M.
Congressman llerr btiotf.
Falmouth, Ky., Sept. 15. Col. A. S.
Berry has been sued here for 5257.55
Saloonkeeper Ed Roddy, for 5435. 15 by
Chipman & Rigglo, distillers, and for
33 meais by Wm. Routs, a hotel keeper.
They allege that the money is duo
for bills contracted by the congress
man during his former campaign.
Another Hank Failure.
New Wha'icom, Wash., Sept. 15.
Heavy withdrawals caused tho suspen
sion of the Bennet national bank Mon
day. The liabilities are about 550,000,
while the assets are said to be mora
than sufficient to meet all claims.
Washington! Sept. 15 For Ohio-Rain,
clearing before noon Wednesday; cooler;
fresh northerly to northwesterly winds I
For Kentucky Showers, clearing by Wed
nesday noon: northerly winds
For West Virginia Bain, clearing by Wed
nesday afternoon; cooler; winds becoming
For Indiana Generally fair Wednesday:
preceded by local rains: fresh northerly
Cincinnati. Sept 15.
rLOUB Spring fancy, S10O33S5: spring fam
ily, 1022 00; spring patent. 83 4583 75; win
ter patent, $3 203 50. fancy, SiCSSa 00, family,
ii 15Q5 50, extra, 1 9JOJ 10; low grade U 60
1 83: rye, Northwestern, J 40S2 60, do city,
Wheat No. 2 red, nominal at 61 c
Con.v Sales: No 3 yollow. track, 22tfa
Oats Sales: No. 2 mixed, track, 17c. sam
ple mixed, track, 13c
KVE--Salcs: No 2 northern, track, S2c.
Ho&sfcelect butchers,, $3.SoS3.40, fair to
good packers', lasofiaso, fair to good light,
?3.3C3 -15; common and roughs, S1C0&3 00,
Cattle Fair to good shippers', J35034 15;
good to choico butchers', S3MS4 10; fair to
medium butchers', SI 0023 50, common, 1125
Sheep a:.d Lambs Sheop Uxtras, 82.830
3.00, good to choico, Ji25S2 75; common to
fair, 81 50(2J.oa Limbs Extras, gj 852x1 00;
good to choice, S3 ii 01 75, common to fair,
Veal Calves Fair to good light, $25
aoo, extra, SC25, common and large, 13 00a
Wool Unwashed, fine morlno, 03I0o por
lb; quarter-blood clothing, 12l3c: medium
delalno and clothing, I!tJ13c: braid, llSUo;
modlum combing, 13iJllc. Washed, lino mer
ino, X to XX, 12c; medium clothing, HQlio;
delalno lleccv;, 115.1531 lonz combing, naiOc;
quarter-blood and low, 12Wc; common
New Yoiik, Sept 15.
Wheat No. 2 red, September. 61 3-183
Civic; December. CO 5-1CG68 D-lOe; May, 69,' c
Cons No, 2, 26X5J27Hc: October, 28tfc; De
Oats No. 2 western, 2&329tf: Octobor, 20s.
Toledo, O., Sept 15.
Wheat No. 2 red, cash, 6JMc; December,
Colto; May, 70?c; No. 3 red, cash, bOHc
Corn No. 3 yellow, cash, 21c; No. 3 mixed.
Oats No. 2 mixed, cash, 15 He.
Rye Dull; No. 2 cash, B3o; No. 3 do 30.
Chicago, Sopt it
Calls on December wheat opened at COjc,
sold at COc, lost price COJiSCOjjc. Puts
opened at W,iQiV)ic, sold at M,'c, last price
Calls on May corn opened'ot 2Ufc, sold a
:iy2)7,'c, last price Siiie. Tuts opened a
2IJ1C, sold at 24K32412C. )ast price 21ic.
iKDIAtUFOLIS.Ind., sept. 11
Cattle Hardly enough cattle to establish
UoasOood to choice medium and heavy,
3.102125; mixed, $3.0023.20, choice lights,
SnBtP-Not enough to make market.
D "A Good Foundation." B
B Lay your foundation with W
ft "Battle Ax" It is the corner j
H stone of economy. It is the one
S tobacco that is both BIG and M
B GOOD. There is no better. There B
m is no other 5-cent plug as large. jj
Try it and see for yourself.
The Cost of Necessaries Under Frno Sil
ver and the Gold Standard.
The most convincing argument against
free silver coinage among workingmen
is the fact that it would greatly increase
their living expenses without propor
tionately increasing their wages, if, in-
ueeu, 11 wuuiu uuii tuixu lruiu lucui wiu
opportunity to labor at any price. Read 1
the following tables of prices in Mexico I
and the United States :
COST OF rOOD, CLOTHING AND FURNITURE '
IN MEXICO FREE SII.YEE STANDARD.
Iron bedstead .. ...... 1800
Motrins and pillows (stuffed with
wool nnd cotton) 18 00
Blankets 0 00
Sheeting, per ynrd 07
Two chairs, tiiblu nnd' wardrobe
(of stained "pino) .... ' SS CO
Three piece oak bedroom hot ..$150 00200 If)
American mgrntn 135 2 .
Coffee, per pound GO
Butter averages perpouni 60 CO
Ham and bacon, per pound 80
Lard, per pound 24
Bread, per pound 13
Eolli, per dozen 24
Milk, per quart 13
Keroene, por gallon 43
Beef and meat, por pauud 18
Soup meat, per pound 103 VI
Unbleached muUn, per yard ... 13
Cheapest calico, per yard ... . la
Pay for housemaid, per month. . 4 00
Average pay for labor.per month 8 00
Streetcar driver, per day 75
Streetcar conductor per day 1 00
COST Or FOOD, CLOTHING AND FURNITURE
IN UNITED STATES GOLD STANDARD.
Iron bedstead ,. ..$ 3 60
Mntross and pillows (stuffed with
wool nnd cotton) 8 00 10 00
Blankets, per palr.vt
Sheeting, peryard ,
Twachairs, table and wardrobe
(of utained nine)..,,
15 00 30 0'J
Three piece oak bedroom set. ..
American Ingrain, per yard
Coffee, per pound ,
Butter averages per pound
Ham and bacon, per pound
Lard, per pound
Broad, per pound.,,. ,.,,,
Rolls, per dozen
Milk, por quart
Kerosene, per gallon
Beef and meat, per pound
Soup meit, per pound
Unbleached muslin, per jard.,..
Cheapest calico, peryard
Pay for housemaid, per week. . . .
Average pay for labor,ptr month
Streot car driver or motorman ..
Sti entour conduotor ., ,',
Siller Lfgul Tender.
One of tho falsehoods to which Mr.
Bryan is giving currency is that silver
is not legal tender to any amount. This
is not so. Silver will pay dobts to any
body who wants to take tho trouble of
carting it around for tho purpose. It is
only subsidiary silver coiungo whose
legal tender is limited. Tho impression
that tho so-called "demonetization" of
the silver dollar in J 873 deprived tho sub
sequent coinage of its legal tender is a
prevalent opinion among those not ac
quainted with tho facts. Bryan ought
to, and probably does, know better.
Both the Bland-Allison law and tho
Sherman law mado silver a lecral tender
to an unlimited amount. Ha who dis
putes this fact is ignorant of the law.
How I!rjau' "Llf" Took.
As a fair sample of tho coolness of tho
Bryuu ratiflcufion meeting at Madison
Square Garden tho following occurrence
is not' without interest : On tho after
noon of tho meeting tho J. S. Ogilvie
Publishing company sent to tho Madi
son Square Garden 2,800 copies of a
book entitled "Life and Speeches of tho
Hon, WSJ. Bryan." They wero to bo
sold at 2o cents a cony. Alter tho meet
ing S,780 unsold copies of tho book camo
back. Yet tho management of the sale
was very well designed. Three men
were placed in charge. Each man hnd
10 assistants, so that there were 83 mon
engaged in peddling tho books, yet not
withstanding their desperato efforts
thoy camo back with nil but 14. Argonaut.
COUSIN ZEIIE'3 OPINION.
IIV COUSIN ZKKE.
What kin the s l!v people mean
By 'dulgln' lu sreh talk
About free silver money
They mus' think me a jrawk
Fur don't I know jnut well as they
I'vo lamed n thini; air tew
An' don't I recollec' how Evo
Got Adam in thut stew?
Wnll, tliot's thar way it id terday.
They'll talk an' gab an' peck,
An' if yi'r eye is green inside
Yo'll fit it in til or neck.
Tho v tell how good free silver is
They uojrer had u bite
But after yew haro tiwallered it
Yew'll And It's "eout uv sight"
I'm older now than sum uv yew'a,
I'vo reached three score an six;
It's time fer mo tew go tur seed,
But I'm outer ull their tricks.
They mado ft fuss about free trade,
An' nuthin' lso u. hurd;
They said they'd llghtsn labor, an'
Fur onct they kept rheir word.
They caught me fur n Bucker then
('Tuas jest fcur years cr aich) ;
I vottd !r that free trado bill
Thet uz lew make mo rich.
But since I've lamed 11 thing air tew:
"When on a craft thet's bound
Don't loae it fur unothrr tub
Thet's run inter the ground."
Ohio Sfnte Journal.
llryan Then nnd "Now.
In 1803 it was protection, according
to Bryan, that was killing the farmer.
180G it is the gold dollar. But for 20
years the country prosperod, wheat was
high-priced, tho farmer flourished and
yet silver wan demonetized. Cleveland
Geo. stueckeu hhshv sthbc'ck
GEO. STRECKER St CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary -and Ol
Well Boilers, Oil Tanks, Sinoko Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers in the oil nelds. We employ
none but the best mechanics in this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Sido.
UNDERWOOD & I.UDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Comer Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney at l.ittv.
Ovei Leider OfKce. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAr.XJKtt 4: auinus,
Physicians and tiureounn,
OGco and residence, on Second street, three
doors above tho Court-houoe, Marietta, Ohio,
CUAULK8 W. KICIIARDH,
Attorney at L.iu
Office on Putnam Streot,
. Attorney at Law,
Offlco in Law Bunding, Marietta.
FJ. CUTTER. 1
Attorney at Law and Notury Public,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room J Mills Block, Corner Putnam am'
Second streots. Notary Public, " r-
LOOMIS W. B. .
ittomty at Lav,
oiflco East cor. Piont and Putnam. Marlon
f P. WARD.
) Boal Estate and Lo&n Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marian,
It. O. W. EDDY.
Offlco No. 304- Front Street,
Opposite Soldiers' Manument. Residence N
51B Yeurth Street. Telephone connection.
JOHN A, HAMILTON II, F. KIUV1
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Offlce room, 1 Mills Bui'.dlng, Cor, Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & rOLXETT,
Attorneys at Law,
Offlce In Law Building.
Attorney at Lw,
Offlce In Law Bulldjpg,
..Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:to a m, 11:15 p tn.
cor St. Louis, 10:40 a m ll:J5 p m.
For Louisville. 10:40 a m, 11:23 rj m.J
For ParkersburK. 10;40 a m, t6:00 a m, !:U
For Del pre, B:o), 10:40, 2:00, 4:65, 11:25.
p m, 7:oo p m, 11:15 p m.
For Chllllcothe, 10:40 a m, ll:25 p m, tfl:C0
a m, 2.85 p tn.
For New York, '1:55 p tn, 1:25 p m.
JDally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
Q. M, PAYKB, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
By., Marietta, O., or
G. B. WAnrEL, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
n.-J!?"0 BOXT, MAT IS, 1895.
GOING SO UlH ,QOI&Q NORTH
Gahton , , ,
Toledo . , .,
Wolf'a " ...
Byes vl lie..'.
- 8 15
Stop on Signal
RAw 'pai nw alIy excPt Sunday,
s. W.FAGE, J. C.
G. P. 4 T. A.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wiifrT VXllZl.12' lm P'""SerTr8,n.
1 8 6 EASTERN TIIM ?0r,-bouJ
am ra px ii i, .'
'2 ?-' ?r 1 H .. eoUng 10 45 25 6 50
6 6.12 88 4 60 MoundsvllFe in IB iti a ?o
R oj 1 r k .itw. ifm.HK..m. n ;:: rrr 4"
f,ll US 8" Slstersvllle 8 45 147
10 00 8 8) 8 0U ', ' t
A h p M
1110 4 40
12 10 5 65
1 10 0 68
P M P M
1 20 7 10
0 56 12 57
U25 12 25
0 00 11 55
2 20 810
n, . t, ---..-. iiih
For rates, Information, etc, "call mSiS.
UreBS- Will SOHLATBAOH, '
jo iruai otreei
ZANF;SVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME OABD IN EFFECT DEO. 2nd. 1895.
8 20 a ml
6 (3 am
7 16 am
2 40 pm
3 18 pm
3 85 pm
1 48 am
8 11 am
0 20 n m
4 83 pm
5 40 pm
11 25 am
7 20 am
ion p m
Lv Chicago ,
" Stockport ,
Ar Marietta ,
7 26 pm
7 40 am
8 50 am
9 12 am
9 48 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
10 25 Tl m
111 20 am
2 55 p m
8 68 pm
4 58 pm
5 19 pm
lu p m
All Train. TiaM.. n ,
.. .,.D uoiiv uAuuin ounaav.
C. c HABBISON. GcnoralPaesengerAM
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & Ohio Central Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect May 24.,l80O.
wouirui oianaara Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
wirouKn parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8. No. 11,
a.m. f.M. A;Jf;
3 00 2 10 4 oe
9 19. 2,23 4 32
9 37 2 40 6 25
0 65 3 04 6 15
10 21 3 80 7 15
10 85 8 SO 7 25
10 62 3 41 8 30
11 25 4 12 0 25
3 20 8 35 10 63
P. M. P. M
2 25 7 15
8 23 4 07
7 80 1 SO A, M.
0 60 11 SO
9 20 0 15
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Charleston, W. Va
No. 2. No. 4. No 12
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leave Columbua 715 1201
;; Athena 10 63
" Amoavlllo 10 42 8 15
" Cjitler 11 is a 60
" Vincent 11 87 4 0
irrlvo Marietta 12 15 4 45
Trains run dally oxcopt Sunday. Cloae oon
noctlona for all points north and west.
For f arthor Information call on or address G
M Payke, Ticker Agent, Union Depot, Mart-
T. D. DALE. B4elvCe'ry1NCEN:r' ' V T'
W. M. MOB8E, Superintendent,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
8EE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE