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The Cleanest Pte
To Bay Goois of All Ms
Is the place nearly eycry person Is
looking to find. Wo ean point you to
tho store that will give you more goods,
more value, tnoro service nnd more
satisfaction than any other house any
where, for tho reason that if you sond
out of tho city you run tho risk of not
getting suited, and thei trouble and ox
ponse which you do not have buying
from us. Wo guarantee our goods as
You are now invited to inspect our
stock-of New Pall and Winter Goods
arriving daily, bought at the lowest
markets of the world and offered to
you at tho lowest prices offered.
SEE SOME OF THEM FOR THE WEEK
Dress Goods. New arrivals of all
wool Serges, Henriettas, Ulaek Novel
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 OOc, worth fl.25.
Ono lot Steam Mould Taylor Made
Corsets, all sizes, for the week, only
09c, regular price $1.25.
The Largest Tablet for school only
5c, worth 10c. See it.
7x11 Doublo Slates 15c; 8x12 Double
Wo sell School Supplies Cheaper than
any other house.
Ono case Satines, Black and Blue
grounds at 10c, worth 15c yd.
Standard Prints this week at (1c yd.
One lot China Wash Silks 15c yd,
Embroidered Handkerchiefs at 5c.
10c, 12c and 15a Great values.
Sun Umbrellas at 50c, 00c, 98c and
$1.25. Special Bargains.
2 spools John J. Clarks Machine Cot
ton for 5c.
A limited number
Made Ladies' Hose,
pairs of Regular
Opera Shades, 2
pair for 25c, one pair regular price 25c.
"Bargains in Men's. Suspenders, silk
. overshot, embroidered and silk edge,
patent buckles, 25 dozen this week at
25c a var worth :J0 to 40c.
Tho McKinlcv 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.'.IS to 13.00.
New Pall Overcoats. All wool pants
nt tl.75 to 52.75. Boys' and Children's
.S.iifj ut 75c to $2.!S. The best knee
pants for 25c we have sold.
We have the Bargains in this De
partment. Come and see them.
Trunks, Valises and Telescopes very
Our Prices on fall Paper the Lowest.
SPECIAL SALE OF CARPETS. A
Complete stock of Rag, Cottage. Hemp,
and Ingaain to choose from. No house
makes the prices vq will sell at.
Measure 3'our rooms. We cut and
match to fit, no extra charge.
New stock of Queetisware and Glass
ware this week. Pactories closing out
gave us some snaps for our customers.
Come now while we have a full as
sortment and can suit you.
Pine Decorated Tea, Dinner nnd
Toilet Sets awjy 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
lars, ribbons &c. AcMfl
Spjcial Sale for This Week Only.
1 pound II. B.'s cream puir baking
1 box, 3 cakes line toilet soap.. .
H doz. plated tea spoons
M nound Young Hyson tea
1 towel roller
1 butcher knife ...
All for this sale illlc, just U regular
Puru Leaf Lard only 5a a pouud.
: pounds Ginger Snaps only 10c.
Stoneware Jars, Jugs, &c. 5c. a gal
lon. The Queen City washing machlno is
a great success. Ono dozen more at
52.1S. Regular price ?0.00.
Tin fruit cans, quarts at 25c per doz.
Half gallon at 50c. per dozen.
Whole shredded wheat Jliscuit for a
quicker introduction will sell this week
only, 3 packages fr 25c., worth 45c.
Hundreds of Bargains not mentioned
that will require a call to investigate
119 Front St Marietta. 0
Rumors of a Movement For the
.Restoration of the Monarchy.
They Originated in a Recent Expres
sion Used by J. B. Castle.
An Absurd ltmnor About the Annexation
of the Islands to tho United States
The Young l'rlncen Knttilanl Will
Itotnrn to Hawaii KUauea.
Special Correspondence 0( tn United As
San Pkancisco, Sept. 17.- Honolu
lu, Sept 0. Por a few days a week or
more ago Honolulu was full of vague
rumoisof a movement to restore the
monarchy with tho young Princess
Kaiulani as queen. When traced to
their source these rumors were all
found to originate in a recent expres
sion used by J. B. Castle to a represen
tee of a San Prancisco paper that such
restoration under Kaiulani was a "hy
pothetical possibility." There is a to
tal absence of any indication of such a
movement or of any tendency that
An absurd rumor appeared in a San
Prancisco journal as coming from
Honolulu, that United States Minister
Willis had returned hero empowered
to negotiate for cither annexation or
a protectorate, or Kaiulani as queen,
the choice of either form of gov
ernment to be left to a vote
of the people. Mr. Willis de
cisively states that such rumors
aro absolutely without foundation.
Nothing in his instructions or
in his talk with officials in Wash
ington in any way bore upon such
Kilauca volcano was rather inactive
two weeks ago. Last week the fire
fountains resumed the regular play,
with good promiso of a long period of
The return to Honolulu of the Prin
cess Kaiulani is expected within a
month, in company with her father, A.
S. Cleghorn, after eight years' absence
in England. She will probably receive
more or less ovation on landing,
from natives and half whites, al
though many think that her friends
will discourage such manifestations
for fear that she might thereby imperil
her pension of 52,000. It Is npt prob
able that the government would fool
much concern about any such demon
strations or interfere with any expres
sions of sympathy the natives might
be disposed to show.
A Lynching Probable.
Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 17. A special
to the Constitution from Cuthbert, Ga.,
muncntic reports indicate the cap
ture of the Negro, Lum Warren, who
made tho desperate assault upon Mrs.
John Bass, in Terrell county, near the
Dougherty county line, and that the
capturing party are on their way with
the prisoner to the scene of the crime.
The prospects nre that Warren will bo
lynched. A previous report that he
had been captured and burned was in
correct. (Milium 11 r the I.turadn Arrested.
Wilmington, Del., Sept. 17. United
States Marshal Tannan Wednesday
afternoon arrested James J. Rand, first
mate, Hans Johansen, second rante,
and Chas. Camp, quartermaster of the
steamer Laurada, nnd took them be
fore United States Commissioner Smith.
They were held in S200 bail each for
their appearance at the hearing of
Capt. Murray on Saturday as witnesses.
The crew have been paid off and dis
charged. The vessel is still lying in
the Delaware off this city.
Spanish Cruiser Disabled.
Ki:v Wi:st, Flo,, Sept 17. Advices
Wednesday night report tho Spanish
cruiser Infanta Isabella as disabled at
tho entrance to the port of Havana.
She has asked for assistance. Owing
to ths orders of the Spanish govern
ment in return, to the issue of paper
money, business in Havana is para
lyzed. The civil government request
ed the stock exchange to enforce ac
ceptance of said money but it refused
to make any transactions.
To Suppress Turkish Outrages.
London, Sept. 17. The Daily Chron
icle Thursday gives its most cordial en
dorsement to the plan proposed by tho
St James Gazette for the formation of
an alliance between tho United States
and Great Britain, in which Italy might
possibly join, for tho suppression of
tho Turkish outrages, nnd will say it
hopes the proposal will find echo on
the other side of the Atlnntic.
Clifiulvalx belzcil at Autunrp.
London, Sept. 17 The Daily News
Thursday published a dispatch from
Brussels saying that the chemicals
seized in the house at Antwerp, from
which the occupants lied a day or two
previous to the arrest in Rotterdam of
two alleged dynamiters, with whom
they are believed to Iks identical, were
sufficient to make half a ton of dyna
Army of the I'ototnaa Reunion.
Burlington, Vt., Sept. 17. The an
nual reunion of tho sociotyot tho Army
of tho Potomac began in this city Wed
nesday and will continue - through
Thursday. Tho different corps held
meetings and choose officers In the
afternoon a large parade took place.
Lord Ilussoll lu Washington.
Washington, Sept 17. Lord Chief
Justice Russell, of England, is expected
to reach Washington Thursday after
noon. Attorney General Harmon will
meet the distinguished gnest and look
after his entertainment while ho is
Ills Heal Namo Is Ivory.
Glasoow, Sept. 17. It has been
learned that the namo "Bell" glvon by
the alleged dynamiter arrested hero
on Saturday last is an alias, tho prison
er's real name being Ivory,
Lnumlrymun Will Meet In Nashville.
Chicago, Sept. 17. Tho annual con
vention of tho Laundrymnn's Natlpn'ul
association, came to an end,Wedne&day,
Nashville, fenu., was chosen ar the
next convention city.
Everybody like fettle Ax" because "of its !
?.! i i, , f.'T-
exqeeompy ire oujwiy
& cavV WgS$$M teeifcjfrfaiying it.
Be'&.use of byMfc, - K&W&d the rich
men chelr fcecause' ffiffinigfy grade, and the kind
the poor men can afford to chew -because of its
A ceht piece o! BattI&Ax isvalmost twice
the size of trT& J(cenfcjpieee o otfeg .high, grade,
Gathered From All I'arta or the Country
A strong shock of earthquake was
felt at Bale St Paul, Que., 'lhursday
morning. The seismic disturbance was
of about a minute duration.
The Kurtz & Buhrer Poundry Co.,
332-340 Austin avenue, Chicago, made
an assignment Wednesday. Assets are
placed at Sf.0,000; liabilities 830,000.
Alphonso Walsh, of Sullivan county,
Pa., was Wednesday nominated for
songress by tho democratic conferees
of the Seventeenth congressional dis
trict. The Sixteenth district repi.dican
congressional convention, o. 1 on .era,
N. Y., Wednesday unati.injua.v- nom
inated Benjamin L Pairchild for con
gress. 'Ihe tlsmourats, silverites and popu
lists of the Ninth Michigan congres
sional district met in joint convention
and nominated A. P. Tibbitts, of Fre
mont. Prank A. Morrell, the proprietor of
the Harlem hotel, White Plains, N. Y.,
was found dead in his room in the Co
lonial hotel, having committed suicide
by inhaling gas.
A telegram was received at tho war
department Thursday announcing tho
death of Capt. George S. Hoyt, quarter
master at Helena, Mont." Thursday
morning, from apoplexy.
The secretary of the interior has ap
proved a list of land selected by the
Central Pacific Railroad Co., contain
ing 3S.SU3 acres in the Susanville, Ma
ry ville and Sacramento land district in
Tho New Zork democratic conven
tion, in session at Buffalo, Thursday
nominated John Boyd Thacher for gov
ernor on the first ballot Judge Wil
ber G. Porter received tho nomination
for lieutenant governor.
Tho Shenandoah valley branch of
the Norfolk and Western railroad was
sold Wednesday. The only bid was by
Mr. Coppell for the reorganization
committee and was for $1,530,000, tho
minimum allowed by the decree of tho
Tho boiler of Pettit Bros.' hoop and
stave mill, near Comber, Ont, exploded
Wednesday morning, badly wrecking
the mill and killing Fireman Allred
Jncobs. Negligence on the part of
Jacobs was apparently tho cause of the
Consul Stang writes tho department
of statu from Saigon, Cochin China,
that the Chinese rico crop did not buf
fer from inundations as was thought
probable u few weeks ago. Tho Hong
Kong market has declined while tho
Saigon market remains firm.
At San Prancisco the box factory of
Hobbe, Wall Si Co., two barns, a num
ber of outhouses und a quautity of
lumber nnd coal were destroyed by firo
Wednesday. Night Watchman Ross.
85 ycar3 old, is missing. It is believed
he has beeu burned to death In tho
conflagration. Tho loss is S100.000, in
Gen. Carlos Boloss was arrested
Thursday by Deputy United States
Marshal Walter Stafford as ho was
leaving No. 22 Cortlnndt street, New
York. He Is accused of having aided
and abetted an 'expedition to Cuba. He
was arraigned before Commissioner
Alexander and held in 2.500 ball for
examination next Tuesday afternoon.
Washington, Sep, 17, for Ohio Show
ers; light to fresh uoutbwcster.y winds be
For West Virginia Light showeri, probab
ly clearing Friday alternoon. variable winds.
For Kentucky Fair; preceded by shower
in eastern portions varlablo winds.
For Indiana Generally fair Frldiy ocola?
In aouin portions Thursday night; varUuio
v- iJ 5W ufLtf
Cincinati Sept. 17.
FLOUit Sprlnsr fancy, tlm&l. :&: spring fam
ily. f..iu ;: fl. sprlnc patent. 3 4543 73; win
ter patent.! .033 M. fancy,4:C5&aoJ; family,
':h&l .. er. 1 l)JJ 10. low gr ide. II 60
lb'j ryt, North western. $2 4JJ 60. do city,
heat No. 2 red, nominal at 0CS8lc, on
CoitN Sales: None.
Oats Sales: No. S nixed, on track, IKS
I KoGSioIect butchers. 8120B3.W: fair to
I food packers. $a!0Q3iO: fair to good light.
1 SJWS.l.s.1. common and roughs, sisOSlOJ.
j CArn.E Fair to good shippers'. $aC0&i IS!
cooil to choice butchers'. 53 C'ntl. 10; fair to
j medium butchers', 8a003a5i), common. 6125(3
Sheep ami Lamds Sheep Extras, 1185
3 0J. good to choice. JJ. -'5 '-'. 75: common to
fair. 8l.50S13.oa Lambs Uxtrai, Vl.0034.16;
good to choice, ?a35a,a.9J. common to fair,
VkaI. Oai.vcs Fair to good light, $iS5
(10J, .extra, ill .5. common and large. $3 00
Wool Unwashed, line merino, 0B10o por
lb: quarter-blood clothln?, 12213c: medium
delaine nnd clothing, lj&llic: brnld, lll:!c;
medium combing, Uftllc. Wufhed, fine mer
ino, X to XX. I.'c; medium clothing, 14315c;
de.nlno fleece, 11 15c: long co-nblng, 15316c:
(luartcr-blood and low, li&l3o. common
New Yoiik, Sept 17.
Wheat No. 2 red, September. 08c: Octo
ber, C31l-l&ai7c: November, C7 l-!0267Hci
December. 67 O.loiiJCS i-6c: May, 71 1-I0371J4C.
Cons No. ii)aj7o: December, 27K38j.
Oats No. 2 Western. 183IWO; December,
Toledo. O.. Sept 17.
Wheat No, 2 red,, cash, OlUc: December,
Ci!5c: May. TlJu'c; No 3rod, cash, 61a j
Conx Nothing doing.
Oa-is Na 2 mixed, cash, I5Jic: No. 3 white,
Uye No. 2 cash, 33o.
Chicago, Sept la
Calls on December wheat opened at C0;3
60Jc, sold ateiHGOlJic, last price C0f3G9o.
Puts opened at o9c. sold between 59ftu and
BSfSSWJi'c, last price WU'&f'QHe.
Calls on May corn opened at 21Kc, tho only
prlco. Puts opened at 2!J4c, tho only price
Indianapolis. Ind., Sept 16.
Cattle Butchers, extra prlmo, (4 233185;
fat. well-flnlshod,, S4.2531C0, common, a40j
lions--Good to choice medium and heavy,
83.1033.25, mixed, and heavy, $3.0033.10; good
to choice lights, (3,2013135.
SnEEP Good to cholco lambs, J150173;
oommon, (J.25B3 25; good to cholco sheen,
J2. 003a 00
Ifnhtin'l nnd Wife Go Itittiiii.
Ijai'outi:, Ind., Sept. 17. Peter War
ner and wife, living near Kdwardsville,
aro deranged. Warner recently lost
heavily by the failure of the Citizens'
bank, of Udwardbburg, a few weeks
a-.'o. Ho disposed of real estate for
312,000, and, having lost faith in all
banks, placed tho money for safe-keeping
in a stove. Monday night Mrs.
Warner built a fire and 812,000 in bills
was burned to ashes. Tho loss has so
preyed upon tho two that both have
Mnjorlty of the Judges Aro Republican.
Urruii SANDirsiiv, O,, Sejit. 17, For
tho first -tima In tho history of the
aist judicial .district tlie circuit court
bene! JiasTa republican majority. Tho
court is 4n tension hero, witl Judge
John K.'Kohn, of Tlflln, on the bench
for tho first time. Ho was recently
appointed to fill tho unexpired term of
John Seney, of Kenton, reshjned.
Sentenced to Hard Labor.
Beulis, Sept. 17. W. II. Howers,
alias Moore, alias Burton, of St. Louis,
Mo., was sentenced in court hero
Thursday to five years' imprisonment
at hard labor for robbing tho Berlin
Cassen verin of 6,000 marks. Bowers
in 18S1 tried his hand at bank robbery
in America, he being known at that
time as'George Ebben.
j?ouaa In a nayiuow,
Emda, ft, Sept. 17. Lou Anno Mor
ris, who was thought to have drownod
hcrijelf," was found In a haymow, alive
Wo have a few more of thoso good
wheel (SUNOL) for sale yet. Also sov
cral good second-hand wheels at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and other NEW
WHEELS in tho Livery are all In first
class order nnd woll taken caro of.
When you" want to take a ride come and
Our REPAIR, SHOP is running full
time and doing first class work at n
reasonable price. We are putting In
all the latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad the break, icuts or
tears in tiro can be easily repaired on
We have made arrangements with
our KxrKiiT repairman forsteady work
the year around. Oiyo him a chance to
show you how well ho can repair your
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 IS. 229 Second street
Mary O. Iveyes and Charles J2. Keyes, resid
ing at the City of Portland, in the State of Ore
gon, will take notice that on the 20th day of
.July. 180J, Joseph H. Rlggs filed his petition In
the Clerks office of the court of Common Pleas,
for Washington County, Ohio, in case No. 8611,
against the above named parties, and others,
Graying tor the foreclosure of a mortgage made
y Mary O, Keyes and Charles E. Keyes to M.
W. Tobey, and assigned and transferred to
this plaintiff, on the following premises: "The
one-sixth part of the undivided following real
estate.situated In Washington County.Ohlo.to
wlt: So much of ID 7-10 acre lot No. 16, as lies
north of that part of said lot No 1(1, formerly
owned by E. Iienedlct, as by him now llxed and
defined, containing 14 7-10 acres more or less.
Also DU-100 acres lots Nos. 20 and 27, all In
S. 25, T. 1, U. II
Also 50 acres the middle part of the S. 100
acres from the S. U. H of 3. 2d, T. 1,R. I), bound
ed on the E. and W. by the lands formerly
owned by F. Stone, except 10 46-100 acres sold to
the D. &O R R. Co May 27th. 1-70, recorded
in Vol. 70, at pages 26.1, 264 and 205, to which
deed reference Is hereby made for a more par
ticular dlscrlptlon. Also except the right of
way to said railroad over and across lots Nos.
27 and 28.
Also except a parcel of land sold to Wm
Parker, and described as follows: Commencing
at an iron post in the county road on the line
between the lands of C. Cook, deceased, and
the land owned by the 11 & O. R. R. Co., thence
S 43deg. E. 160 ft; thence N. 47 deg E, SO ft. to
a post; thence N. 43 deg W. 160 ft. to an iron
post to the above county road: thence S. 47deg.
W. 80 ft. to the place of beginning, containing
30-100 of an aero more or less, all In the central
part of the S. E. S. 26, T. 2, R. I), being 80 ft.
on the codnty road nnd extending back 160 ft.
Given to secure a debt for the Bum of 50, with
interest from April 8th, 1805.
Said parties are required to answer on or be
fore the 20th day of Seplember, 18tl, or Judg
ment may bo taken against them
J. II. RIGGS, by W. G. Way, his Atfy.
Aug. 14th, 0 wks.
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Prescriptions.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
Geo. Stbeckeb. hwnky stiieck'ei.
GEO, STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Oi
Well Hollers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers in the oil fields. We employ
none but tho best mechanics in this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side.
UNDERWOOD & 1AJDKY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney at Law.
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WALTER A: CIJIITJS,
Phynlctans and Surgeons,
Office and residence, on Socond street, three
doors above the Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
C1HARLE3 W. RICHARDS,
j Attorney at Law,
OOce on Putnam Street, MaricUi.it
. Attorney at Law,
Office in Law Building. Marietta..
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot
A ttorney and Counselor at Law.
Room S Mills Block, Corner Putnam anfl
Second streets. Notary Public. '
LOOMIS W. D.
Attorney at Law,
Office East cor, front and Putnam, Marietta
f P. WARD,
t) Real Estate and Loan Agint,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Mario 1 1 R, i
It. O. V. KUDV.
orrico NCV304- Front Stroot,
OnbOBlte Soldiers' Munnment. Residence Kti
(18 Vaurth Street. Teleuhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON II. P. KltAFl
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, I Mills Building, Cor, Putnam
and Second htreets.
NYS & FOLLKTT,
Attorneys at Livw,
Office In Law UcUdlog,
O. Attorney at Law,
Office In Law Building, Marietta, 0
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, '10:40 a m, ll:S5 p m,
K"or St. Loula. lo:o a in 11:J5 p m.
For Louisville. lo:40 a m, 11:25 n m.i
For ParkersburK. 'losio a m, td:oo a m, :ei
For Belpre, o:oj, io:o, J:00, 4:55, 11:25.
p m, 7:oo p m, ii:ss p m.
FrphiUicothe, 10:10 a m, lltfs p m. t8:C0
a m, t.85 p m.
P?' New York, 4:55 p m. 11:23 p ni.
Daily. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information regarding ratea
time on connecting linos, sleeping, parlor cars
? JJ1 PATKEA Ticket Agent, B, & O. S. W
Ry., Marietta, O., or
A;cTaOhIofnt General Pa8aeng"
Cleveland & Marietta Railway.
nnTMAKpr,"0r SWDAY, MAY 12. 1895.
GOING SOUl It GOIiia NORTH
N Com ors town..
Trail Bun '.
tStop on Signal.
HAw aiiiPa"7 0X0Ilt Sunday.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wSrS,dJSa,i!55;Ul U!U' P""SerTra!n.
So'&M'11' E"Pt 8Unor,h bonnt
1 8 6 eastekntiub ?or-bo
s oJ ? s I S. Kfc!2. J? ? ?? S
us2! iS JAVA?""!1 "
10 00 8 318 00 W,(mam"0Wn J,iT "82 3 80
10 00 p8800 Parkba T CO 1165 310
1218 jS avenswood loss 2
10 Sis rfason City 0 55 is 67
PM PM f--Pleasant 9 26 13 25
2 20 I'o tGal.I,lpolU 0OUM
2 20 8.0 Huntington 745 1)4
W. J. KOBIV80H, G. P. A Parkfit-fli,,,
For ratea, Information. oVeVcallon"!
"""" WILL SOHLAUBAOH,
o xivm otreei
ZANESVILLE & OHIO RIVEH.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 2nd. 1895
0 20 a m
2 40 h tn
8 (8 am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
3 is pm
8 85 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
5 40 pm
11 25 a m
9 00 n tn
o id pm
7 20 am
-- at -irum
1 80 pm
7 25 pm
7 40 'am
8 60 am
9 12 am
9 43 Jim
Lv Chicago ,
ID 9R nm
111 20 am
2 65 pm
8 58 pm
4 58 pm
10 01 a m
5 55 p m
10 40 a m
A 11 m-..- -n...
n j. rams .uany except Sunday.
C. C. HARRISON. General PasaengerAgt.
MAKim'A & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE"
Toledo & OhiojCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect May 24." 1 806.
Central Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8. No. 11,
A.M. P.M. A.M.
" Sharpsburg ..v
" Charleston, W.Va
No. 2. No. 4, No U
A.M. P.M. A. A!
Leave Columbus 715 12 01
' Athens 1063
" ialoa-;,v 10 12 2 45
" Amesvlllo. 10 42 8 15
g"tler; 1118 3 50 5 80
" Vincent 1187 4 o h Ss
irrlvo Marietta 1215 415 730
Trains run dally except Sunday, Close eon
nectlons for all points north and west.
For farthor Information call on or address G
Stta 0YHE' Agent, Union Depot, Marl-
T ,1 n' , t, ". ' VINCENT, G. P k T. A.
T. D. DALE, Recolvor.
W, M. MORSE, Superintendent.
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
0 00 2 10
0 19 2 23
9 37 2 48
0 65 3 04
10 21 8 30
10 33 8 31)
10 52 3 41
11 25 4 12
3 20 8 85
P. M. P. M
2 25 7 15
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