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WE ARE MAKING IT
HOT for Hart Times.
You can't feel POOR when you
seo our Goods and Prices,
What, though your Dolllars
We will make them go so much
The Completeness of our Stock
Come and see this choice selection,
and learn WHY sensible economical
people prefer to spend their money
With US. YOU'l.I, TKADK WITH US SIM
PLY iikcausi: YOU can't duplicate the
GOODS AT PRICES SO LOW.
Our Boss buyer has just returned
from a bargain buying expedition and
we can 'assure you we havo some of
the well greatest Bargains wo have
Our stock of Dress Goods Larger,
Better, Prettier and Up-to-date goods
from Sc to $1.25 a yard. The line of
SILKS is great Values and Quality
Cloak Brocades, Persians, Surahs, and
Novelties, strictly now styles.
Colored Fabrics hardly know where
tj begin; just as bad to know where to
btop. Such a grand collection of hand
some gownings, and overy item of them
pleading for a place in print. Come
and see them. Trimmings, Linings,
etc., in large variety to match.
Time to Buy Blankets. Wo jump the
Jobber here, save you his profit straight
from the mills; lower prices than ever.
"Early as it is we're selling Cloaks.
Bought some very nobby things early;
they are ready for you now; you'll be
pleasantly surprised at the prices.
FOR MEN'S WEAR.
Just on the turn of the season, and
we are all ready for your Suits, Pants,
Overcoats, Hats, Caps and Underwear.
Did it ever occur to you that our prices
nre much lower on all this class of
.roods? Call and examine them.
"Look for' the Boys too, we can fit
thorn out with a great variety of sea-i-
.ii in'e suits, pants, caps, hats, etc. ut
u iirii.it saving in price.
Some people wonder at the busy
bustling look of things in our store.
No mystery about it It's simply buy
ing what people want, and selling it
for less than they expected to pay.
That is what has built up this business
up to its present largo proportions.
The best of its kind is none too good
for our patrons.
5 cases New Dark Prints arriving. No
advance on them.
4 cases New Ginghams opening at the
10 bales Muslins this week can't be
matched at the prices.
Underwear and Hosiery in case lots
from the mills. No house will make
buch prices as we are making them.
Something new in Carpets and Up
holstering Departments. New Goods
arriving, New Values, Greuter Bar
gains. Chenille Portieres and Table
Covers, great reduction from former
reasons. Some special prices on Lace
Curtains to close; see them now,
Beautiful shapes and decorations in
Queensware, very new, and our prices
are still lower as our large buyers give
the advantage of the lowest prices
Glassware, very cheap this season,
bought from two factories closing out;
must be sold quick.
Condensed Cocounut Se a can, worth
Dry Salt Meat 5c a pound.
Pure Leaf Lard 5c a pound on sale
Wednesday, this week.
Coffee and Teas at away down prices;
Candy 5c a pound.
Hundreds of new articles in tho One
'Cent Department this week. It's a
winner, sure; send tho children.
Uargain upon bargain pile upon one
another faster than we can name them.
Look at our windows for dally snaps.
Catch them as thoy fly; too good to last.
Bargains everywhere and Bargains
every day at
169 Front St Marietta. 0
O i til frill From All Part of tho World ly
Tho steamship La Gascognc, which
arrived from Havre, brought $300,000
gold, consigned to Lnzard lfrcres.
At Boston tho Wyman will caso has
been settled out of court and there will
be no contest over tho bequests of
about. 81,000,000 to public charities.
Tho eighth annunl convention of tho
United States Brewmastcrs' associa
tion began Its session in Pittsburgh
Monday. About 400 of the 1,600 brew
eries in tho United States are repre
sented. J. O. Bragg, who has been in jail at
Harbor Springs, Mich., for tho last sis
weeks, charged with crimes against
young girls of about ten years bf age,
escaped Saturday night and drowned
himself in Little Traverse bay.
Antonio Ctinzo shot and killed his
wife and mother-in-law Mrs. Mary
Qulnn, at a ranch near Woody, 12 miles
from Aspen, Col. Jealousy was tho
cause, Cuaze claiming that his wife was
unfaithful and was prompted by her
A special dispatch from Uong Kong
to the Madrid Imparclal says it is re
ported upon the strength of advices
from Manila that Gen. Blanco, Spanish
governor of the Philllppine Islands, has
disappeared and it is supposed that he
has been murdered.
Miss Minnie h Murray, the "woman
in white," who created such a sensa
tion in the Chicago convention when
Gov. Boies was nominated, will take
the platform for Bryan nnd Sewall,
making her first address in Nora
Springs, la., September 24.
Itev. Wm. George, D. D., aged 09, un
til eight years ago in charge of tho
First Presbyterian church, of Ft.
Worth, Tex., fell at his residence in
that city and was dead almost instant
ly. He had been in feeble health. Ho
was well known at Louisville, Carlisle
and Winchester, Ky.
Mrs. Sallie Alberson, aged 110 years,
died near Colbert, Tex., Sunday morn
ing. Mrs. Alberson was the wifo of
Chief Alberson, who was in tho Creek
war with Gen. Jackson in 1S12, she be
ing a wifo at that time. She was tho
oldest person in the nation and has
great grandchildren who have passed
the half century mile post
An Ottawa special says the liberals
intend to usk the Vatican that author
ity of the papal delegate in the United
States shall extend to Canada, and
that he be authorized to investigato
tho conduct of certain French Cana
dian bishops in the recent general
elections, or elso that a special dele
gate be appointed to Canada and com
missioned to hold such inquiry.
Lieberecht von Kotz, the court cham
berlain and master of ceremonies, who
is still a prisoner in the fortress at
Glutz, where he is confined for partici
pating in the duel which resulted in
the death. of Baron von Schrader, has
resigned his office of master of ceremo
nies, but the emperor has permitted
him to retain the office of court cham
berlain and also to hold his military
office of captain in the reserve cav
alry. Truln Derailed br Wreckers.
Grayling, Mich.? Sept. 21. South
bound passenger train, No. 202, on tho
Michigan Central railroad, was derailed
three miles south of here early Sunday
morning by train wreckers. Tho en
gine, mail and bagg'age and smoking
cars left the track, but no one was in
jured. The wreckers had chopped off
the tics and pries in the rails. It is be
lieved they intended to wreck tho
north-bound train. Three men were
arrested on suspicion.
Washington, Sept SI For Ohio Gen
erally fair Tuesday: preceded by iUht local
showers: light to fresh westerly wind: cooler
la northern portions..
Tor West Virginia Showers, easterly to
For Kentucky Clearing weather Tuesday:
For Indiana Generally fair Tuesday except
shoticrs in central and southern portions
Monday night and in south portion Tuesday;
Cincinnati, Sept si.
I'LOL'ii Spring fancy, 100 13 5: spring
family, Si4C2.00; spring patent, 5a4V&a75;
winter patent. $aeS3.03: fancy, t- 7323 10;
family, S.'.I5150; oxtra, ?10032 10 low grade,
SI 6Cl.fc3; rye, northwestern, !J.40a2-50: do
city, S2 60
WnEAT Sales: No. 3 red, trad;, Civic.
Cons Sales: Yellow ear, landing, Sic: No.
2 yellow, track, UJc; mixed, car, track, ilc.
Oats No. 2 mixed, track, ISc: do (old),
Ilocs-Select butchers', 83 15(3120; fair to
good packer", 105'B3 15; fair to good light,
S3.15Q130. common and rough. 8J 35&S85.
Cattle Pair to good pblppers, 410034. 15s
good to choice butchers'. tlEOJ) 10; fair to
medium, butchers', JI0031W. common, 8i25
Shcep and Lamh- Bhcep: Extras, S3.00;
good to choice, SiS.V&J.M), common to fair,
41 Soft! 25 I.-imbi Extras. ! 10&115, good
to choice, fJS0i4.ua, common to fair, J.76
Veal CALVES-Fair to good light. J5 2.130.00;
extra, $&'.5; common and large, M. 00 ft 5 00.
Wool. Unwashed fine inerino.OtJlOc per lb;
quarter-blood clothing, 1 J i 1 3 c : medium, de
laine and clothing. ir2Uc: braid, HSISc; me
dium combing, I3ilc. Washed, One merino,
X to XX, 12:; medium clothing, 14315c; de
laine fleece, 14315c; long combing, 15316c;
quarter-blood and low, ijjM2c; common
coarse, HQUc. . .
y heat No. 2 red. Octpber, CM I-10, No
vcmber. C3?fc, December. C7iae71Jc: Jan
uarrV8;;c: Ma. 7ofa7o;io
COI1N No. 2,20(327ie; October, SC'Sc; De
cember, 2fc:; May. SOJic..'
Oats Western, 29c; December, 21 He bid,
Toleoo, O , Sept. 21.
Wheat No. 2 red cash, COJic; December,
CDKc; May, 73c; No, 3 red, cash, 03c.
Corn No. 2 mixed, cash, 20tfc: December,
Ko: May, 25c
Oats No. 2 mixed, cash, lStfc; No. 3. do,
Kye Dull Kg. 2, cash, 33c; No. 3, do, 30c.
Chicago, Sept. 1ft
Calls on December wheat opened at fllJic,
old at e:u&CJijc, last price C2a2V- Puts
opened at COlfc. sold at COftc, last price CO.Vf
Calls on May corn opened at 21Xo, the only
price. Puts opened at JIft'o, the only price.
Indianapolis. Sept 19.
Cath.e Choice to prime, JI&OJ4.70; fat,
well finished, steers, 14 1534 45.
Hoes Good to choice medium and heavy,
J3 05Q3 20; mixed and heavy, ?1W3.10; good
to choice lights, 111:0125.
SUEEP Good to cholco lambs, J150S3-.75;
carn"non lambs I2.2iu3.r5, (,-ood to chdlc
i,a oi il 0 i .CO
And Library I'rcotitcil to tho llnttlolilp
tndlntm b' ttic CltUon of Indiana.
Nlw Yonu, SiSpt. 21, Gov. Matthews,
of Indiana, and tho party of dis
tinguished citizens who accompanied
him to this city for the purpo'c of pre
senting a silver service anU licfnry to
the battleship Indiana, boarded tho
United States dlhpatch boat Polphln
off West Thirty-fourth street shortly
after to o'clock Monday morning The
party was joined by a number of New
Yorkers, who wero former Indiana cit
isens and by olllclal's who wore to
take part in tho programme, and other
prominent persons. Kc-t'rosld0nt lav
tlson and Mrs. liiirrison were among
the number Thn Dolpliid wus lato in
getting away, owing to the late ar
rival of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison.
Card. Ec-ans received, hi.s visitors at
the gangway o the Indiana.
The giie-l, took a good look at
Undo Sam's hest' lighting hhip and de
claruvl liur uorHUv to curry thb rlame
lud una. ' '
Tho ti!rv co'j wore brief nail consihled
in th'" proionlulton of the' i'rvice by
(iov. Mattheu-r, in behalf of the t,tate
of whiuh he is tio chief; executive and
bhort speeches by ex-President Harri
son and the representatives of the navy
department. After this evrumoay the
guests were given an iixcursion on the
Dolphin to West I'olnt.
"Previous to making his presentation
speech, (Iov. Mntthews handed Qpt
Evans tho following formal leltor.of
iNMANAroi.is. Ind., Sept. 21, 1&C0.
Cnpt. Robley Evans, Commanding U.
S. Iinttli'sliip Indiann:
Dear Sir, In tho name of the com
mittee selected to represent the sub
scribers to tho purchase fund, 1 have
the honor herewith formally to present
through you to the battleship Indiana,
the silver service nnd the collection of
books by Indiana authors, which are
now placed in jour possession.
The silver service is a gift to the ship
for the use of all the commissioned
officers who shall servo in her. and it is
the desire of tho committee that when
any mess of commissioned officers of
the Indiana hhall give uu entertain
ment it shall be entitled to use all or
any part of the service for such occa
sion. I have the honor to be. ery truly
yours. Cr..rni: M.ithi:vs.
Outwtttvil liy thn L:n?lttth houriau l'xpedl
tlon Tliey Arc I1ucm1 ltctwefli Two
ljosnox, Sept. 21. -Tho correspond
ent of tho Daily News, who is with the
Soudan expedition, telegraphs that in
the attack on El Hafir, the Dervishes
xvere outwitted. Thoy all advanced
on land to meet tho troops, thus per
mitting tho gunboats to slip past tho
town, sink one of their steamers and
hurry on to pongola. U hen tho Derv
ishes saw this move they turned and
tried to overtake the gunboats and
save Dongola, but the land forces of
the expedition headed them off.
The Staffordshire regiment will fol
low tho gunboats to Dongola, and thus
the Dervishes will be placed between
Wad Uisharr, the leader of the Der
vishes, was wounded at El llnlir. He
was carried outside the range of the
guns. A prisoner states that when he
saw that he was defeated he exclaimed:
"Allah is against mc."
A Cloudburst Cause Destruction to Prop
erty at KocU gprlngn, Wyo.
Rock Si-rings. Wyo., Sept 21. A
cloudburst up in tho canyon, a couple
of miles southeast of town, Sunday
afternoon, flooded the town three or
four feet, and run over the floors in the
First national bank and sev n or eight
of the leading business houses, tilling
all .cellars arid completely covering
the Union Pacific tracks. The rush of
water down through town wa.s so sud
den that no time was left 'for getting
merchandise out of the cellars. Tim
Kinney & Co.'s large double two-story
business house is undermined by the
water and in danger of collapsing nt
any time. The damage it was
thought, w'll be 30,000. No lives wero
liryan 011 2-unElnii4.
Mr. Brvan's languago in his Albany
speech, about tho old soldiers and tho
freo coinago of silver, should bo read
carefully by the y"0,000 ponsionera who
look to tho federal government for a
part or tho whole of their support :
"I notico thut 0110 of our opponents
tho other day suid that tho old soldiers
would bo opposed to free coiuuge. Thoy
gave tho impression that the financiers
nro very much interested in maintain
ing a gold standard for the benefit of
tho soldiers. But, my friends, theso
men forget that all of tho old soldiers
lived during tho war, and that during
tho war tho soldiers know that tho
financiers inado their bonds payable in
gold, aud left tho soldier to offer his Hf
npou tho battlefield. More than that, I
do not believe that tho soldiers who are
willing to offer their lives, if need bo,
iu behalf of their country are today go
ing to join in a conspiracy to enslave
70,000,000 of freo peonlo by fetterinu
them to a gold standard."
Mr. Bryan's language hero is as dem
agogic and as carefully intended to stir
up "cliiss" Hatred us is habitual with
'him; 'and it is oven inbro deroidl'df
sense. Tho "conspiracy to enslave mil-
lions of free people" exists in Mr,
Bryan's mind and somo other recepta
cles of invmitcd facts nnd emotional
language The 070,000 pensioners con
see with their own eyes tho attempt
now making by Mr. Bryau and hit
friends to scale down pensions by mak
ing them payablo in debased money.
New York Sun (Dora.).
No Sale For liouds.
Tho Cincinnati Commorcial Tribune
points out that municipal bonds amount
lug to almost 812,000,000, put upon tho
market from July 20 to Aug. 20, have
failed of salebecausnof tho free Bilver
agitation. Every Denny of thia $12,000,
000 would have been paid out in tho em
ploy of labor, for all wero improvement
bonds. In most cases there wero no
bids, whilo in others tho bonds were re
jected nf tcr bids wero put in. That Is
what Bryan's nomination has dqnc so
far for the workingmau.
FALL OF PRICES.
Not Due to Appreciation of Uold, Hat to
C'honpor Cost of Production.
'lion. David A. Wells, author of "He
cent Economic Changes,"' nnd tho
greatest American authority on the
cause of falling prices, hna a full pago
artlele on this subject In the New York
Tribune of September 7. He finds thut
there has been a unhersal fall in prices,
averaging 30 or 40 per cent., since 1873,
but thnt it is only in tills country thnt
the fall is attributed to the demoneti
zation' of silver. Continuing, ho says.
Granting, as every Intelligent person
must, that the recent universal decline
in prices cannot be due to any local
agency, but must be attributed to some
universal Influence, It Is claimed that
such an influence is to bo found In an
appreciation in the value or purchasing
power of gold, owing to its limited ana
Insufficient supply, nnd nlso that this
deelino in prices followed tho so-called
'demonetization of silver In some counJ
'tries, and the closing of the mints In
other countries to its coinage.
The appreciation of gold, helped by
an alleged enforced scarcity of silver,
,nntl a decline in price seem, therefore,
to stand to each other in the relation of
cause and effect, nnd the cause of the
advocates of silver has accordingly nt
'the outset much of plausibility. But
plausibility is not proof, nor assumption
truth, as Is strikingly illustrated by the
claim of Rev. Jasper, pastor of the
First colored church in Richmond, Vn.,
that "the sun do move," nnd the earth
"do stand still," nnd who has more of
seeming facts in support of his faith
than can be adduced by the advocates
of the gold appreciation theory for
cannot everybody with eyes see the sun
move up every morning in the east and
move down every evening in the west?
And if the earth moves 10 miles every
second, as the astronomer bugs tell us,
would not cery movable thing fly oft
its surface as mud does from a revolv
ing carriage wheel? And as nothing
does fly off, is it not certain that the
earth stands still?
Investigation in the case of Itev.
Jasper and the ndvocatesof thegold ap
preciation theory will, however, lead to
different conclusions. It is to be noted,
in the first place, that the advocates of
the latter theory, in stating what they
assert to be the truth, never express
themselves other than generally, in all
thnt has been written or spoken in sup
port of the gold theory on either side of
No one has ever been able to numo a
single commodity that has notably de
clined in price within the last 30 years
nnd satisfactorily proved, or even at
tempted to prove, that such decline was
due to the appreciation of gold. And
the reason for such default is thnt it
cannot be done.
On the other hand, not a single com
modity thnt has notably declined in
price within this time can be named in
respect to which clear, abundant and
.specific evidence cannot be adduced in
proof that this decline has been due to
decreased cost of production or distri
bution or to changes in supply or de
mand occasioned by wholly fortuitous
Nobody, furthermore, has ever risen
to explain the motive which has im
pelled the honest sellers of merchan
dise nil over the world during tho last 25
years to take lower prices for their
goods in the face of an unexampled
abundance of capital and remarkably
low rates of interest, except f or ono or
both of two reasons excess of supply
or diminished demand. Has anyone
over attempted to explain how it has
happened that during the recentperiod
of the fall of prices the world's stock of
money, and especially of silver, has boen
Is it not plain that a phenomenal de-4
cline of prices in two parts of tho world
with entirely different monetary,condi
tions, must have had other causes than
a demonetization of silver in the United
States, which took place, if it ever did,
a comporatit cly short time ago (repeal
of file Sherman act in 1893), nnd which
has not prevented nearly 5600,000,000
of silver credit money from circulating
in the country at its full nominal value?
That tho price of labor measured in
gold litis not. declined, but increased in
a marked degree everywhere in the civ
ilized world during the last quarter of a
century, hjis been already commented
on; hence, if the purchasing power of
gold has increased during this period a
given nmountof it would hae purchased
moro labor and not less, or what is
the same thing, wages would hare fallen,
which they nave notdone.
Measured by the price of lalxjr, gold
has unquestionably depreciated, and re
lent careful examinations indicate that
thcratid of its decline has been from 100
in 1S73 to 83 in 1893. Measured also by
thc decline in the rate of interest on
such established gold-pa j'lng securities
as l;ritish consols, tho ratio has been
from 10O in 1870 to 75 In in 1890. Can
anybody suggest a better measure for
testing this issue?
Has any one ever endeavored to ex
plain how an appreciation o'f'gold has
reduced tho cost of railroad and water
transportation to the. extent of mdre
thnri 7S per ceiitrwithin'tfie last 20 years,
although the wuge-Vof-'employes -have
notably advanced during "thehame
If, on the other hand, these reductions
were caused by tho suppression of the
free coinage of silver, will not a re
version of policy enable tho railroads
to advance their freight rates and rob
the people, as will bo claimed, by emot
ing 50 per cent, moro than nt present?
And will fiot some supplementary pro
visions to the free-coinage act be neces
sary to prevent their so doing?
. . . .We cannot by law fix the value of
either metal or coin or of nny of the
articles that enter into the wants of
life. The great Jaw of demand and sup
ply affects tho value as it does Iron,
copper or zinc. All have fallen in mar
ket value by rilrans of new discoveries
nnd improved methods of production.
Strong AgaDrai ;.
New life, new strength, new vigor.
will brlng.back your lost powers and stop
forever Ufa dangerous drains on your system.
They net quickly, create a heallh)' digestion,
pure rich blood, firm muscles, rugzed
strength, steady nerves and a clear brain.
$1.00 Per Box, 6 Boxes $S.oo.
A leiral guarantee to cure or refund the
m.im. wtl'i cvpri-85.00 onlor. Acldrew
A. J. KIC HARDS, Marietta, O.
A. J. RICHARDS,
fcoxt, door to First Nat'lBank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
MASON & MILLS,
.Second St. opp. Union Depot
Neat Stylish Work. Satin
Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals
will bs received ut the ofllce of the Cfty Clerk,
until Tuesday. September 22nd at 12 o'clock
noon, 18H0, tor furnishing labor and materials
necessary for repairing the Putnam Street
Drldge. according to the specifications there
for, on file in the ollico of the City Clerk. The
council reserve the right to reject any and all
By order of the City Council.
J. N. Puice.
Chairman Bridge Committee.
GEO. SIIIECKEH. RKNKY STHBCIlSh
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ol
Well Boilers, 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 and works on West Side.
UNDERWOOD & 1.UDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
CI J. HATBAWAV,
kj. Attorney ut Lnw.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAI.XEIl & CUIITJIS,
PhyolclanB and Surgeons.
Office and residence, on Second street, thnt
doors above tho Court-house, Marlotta, Ohio.
C CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
j Vttorner at Lv
Otllce on Putnam Street,
5 . Attorney at Law ,
OtHco In Lav Building, Marietta., u.
Attornoy st Law and Notary Public,
Oiacc on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
Attorney at Law,
Office East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta.
J" P. WARD,
Real Estate and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
DK. O. W. EBOV,
Office No. 304 Front Street,
Opposite Soldiers' Monument. Residence No
(18 Fourth Street. Telenhone connection.
JOntt A. HAMILTON rl. V. KRAP1
HAMILTON &. KRAFT,
Ofllce room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second strpets.
NYK a FOLLET1,
Attorneys at Lnw,
Ofllce In Law Building,
. Attorney at Law,
Oflico In Law Building,
STILL "GETTING ON."
Two l'rotty OlrU Find Themselves In nn
"Oil, loolt! Isn't that Iotety?" sud
denly exclaimed one of two pretty girls,
according to the New York Journal.
"That" voi3 one of the'new open Broad
way cable cars.
"It's Rimply grand," acquiesced the
other, looking in the direction her
friend had indicated. "I have always
wished they had open cars on Broad
way. Let's take a ride and get some
The car was blocked and at a stand
still for n few moments, so they had no
trouble in boarding It. They did not
know thut otherwise it -would not have
stopped for them. '
"We'll go clenr to the end of the
route. This nir Is positively delightful,"
s;a5d thp first bpeaker, settling back in
"Perfect," assented , her. iriend.
"But," looking around, ''can'tyou smell
"IU seems 'to ine I do," wns tho reply.
"And it's very disagreeable, too."
"Perhaps,"' suggested the other, "we
arc near the ruins of thnt awful horse
"So," said her-friend, "we are miles
away from it. Besides, it smells more
"For goodness sake," screamed the
other girl, with a wild look around.
"Everybody Is smoking."
"JYorse, than that," said the first,
faintly. "There isn't another woman
on the car!"
Tlie conductor gave a grin as he rung
tho bell after Uiey had alighted.
"They'll all get on after awhile," he
said, , .
By which it may be inferred thnt he
mennt' they would not.
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:40 a m, 11:S5 p in.
for St. Louis. lo:10 a m '11:25 p m.
For Louisville. 10!40 n. m. 11:25 n m.
For Parltersburg, 10:0 a m, 10:00 a m, i:St
fur ueipre, u:uj, iu:u, z:i,u, :o5, 11:29,
D m. 7100 n in. 11:!5 n m.
For Chllllcothe, 10:40 a in, 11:S5 p m. tO:CO
1. U, AUU l Ul.
For New York, 1:S8 p m, il:2S p m.
-yaiif. T.xcept suuaay.
For detail information regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cara
G. M. PA.YOTS. Ticket Agent, B. & O. 9. W
Ry.. Marietta. O.. or
G 11. Waiikl, Assistant General Pasaengei
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Cleveland & Marietta Railway
GOING SOU Mi
IT IK, 18Vi 1
Canal Dover ..
N Comers town..
Trail Run )
Bollo Valley... .
South Ollvo.. ..
9 87 .
9 45 I
9 55 :
10 02 I
10 07 .
10 18 1
10 28 '
10 62 I
10 57 I
8 15 Parkersbura.
Taiop on Clonal.
Q-p- T. A. anpt. TraiU
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
Daily. Daily Except Sunday.
13 6 EASTERN TIUK r i
AM PS Pit IV M I'
'IWliSl'iS WOOCltng 10 45 T3 26. 6
oX.fr niuunasvmo IOCS 265
o w i .u o u.. juariinsYiiiA nn 9 n.
1 f 6 15 eiatersvlllo 8 45 147
a vo im wuiiamstown 7 27
odg -ow ',., I 7 f fl
Mason City 5B 12 5?
n. i-jeasant 9 25 12 21
9 00 11 6f
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For rates, Information, etc., call on or Jul
arC8s- WILL SOIILAtJBAOH,
W -T Dnn..an.. - n
it front stree.
ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVEh
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. Snd. ldi.5 f,J
No. ro. ino. 7a
" Cowell... .
" Malta.. .r..
6 20 am
0 13 am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 ft m
2 40 pm
4 83 p m
6 40 pm
R 15 n m
A r Chicago....
9 oo pm
7 20 am
e i: Oi jraui ....
Ar Marietta ,
10 25 p m
ii zo a m
2 55 pm
3 58 pm
4 21 pm
I 58 pm
6 19 pm
5 55 p m
wi. Vn"""J'"ii "P' ounuay.
All TVolna rtot I ... n j.
7... ,ii 7.1 r "Sajl0 c,oso connections
Zancsvillo with the B.& O. and Pan Handl!
trAInn fnr f!l t v ttn a Pt,. i n ... t
J. HOPE 8UTOR;ReccTv,er.BUU '"B "C"'
C. c. HARRISON. General PaasengorAt
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT UNE
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect May 24, 18061
wonirai standard Time.
The Only Lino out of Marietta wltrj
mruuKn itarior jar service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8, No.lll
A.M. P.M. A. Mi
" Charleston, W. Va
" Clovoland..." ,
3 04 .
P. M. 1. M
2 25 7 15
1 50 A. M.
No. 2. No. 4, No 12
A.m. p.m;, A.M
Leavo Columbus 7 15 12 01
' 'Athens 10 63
" PalOB , 0 12 2 45
" Amesvllle ,.., 10 42 8 15
" Cutler 1118 3 60
" Vincent 1137 4 0
Arrive Marietta 12 16 4 45
Trnlno mm italln avaah. ,!. ni
nectlons Xor all points north and west.
avi. a;.uut miuiwauun can on or auarcsa u
M I'aymb, Tlckm Agent, Union Dopot, Marl
m . . a' C- VINCENT, Q. P 4 T. A,
W. M. MORSE, Superintendent
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results,
8EE IT AT THE LEADER OFPCE
7 25 pm
8 60 am
0 12 am
9 43 am
10 04 a m
10 40 o m