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Loosen the Purso Strings and Get
Ready for the Fall Buying.
This store has not arrived at its pros
cut stage of usefulness by chance.
There's no luck or speculation about
this business', it isn't tho result of for
tunate circumstances, but downright
honest, hard work. Work wherein your
interests as consumers havo been caro
fully studied at every corner and turn.
We came hero as strangers, our busi
ness friends to-day number into the
thousands; thoy know us, and they
have confidence in our merchandise and
methods of doing business. If you don't
believo all this visit the store during
the coming week. We're going to offic
ially open tho Dress Goods, Linens,
Ilibbon, Flannels, Ulankets and Cloak
Note the throngs of satisfied buyers
in each section and you'll beliovo that
there's friendship in business, for wo
look upon every customer who leaves a
diino or a dollar in this store as a busi
The Dress Goods Opening.
No other heading would or could ex
press our meaning half astplainly. It
is an opening in every sense of the
word, and such an opening as this de
partment has never had before with
tho product of two continents to pick
from. We have selected for your ap
proval what wo believe to be tho
grandost collection of gown fabrics at
the lowest rnicr.s over shown in this
section. Here are a few of the new
things they're all tempting lots.
30 pieces 40-inch Henrietta, 12 shades,
at 18c a yard, worth U'ic
25 pieces 33 inch Mohairs, plain and
brocade, 4 shades, at 3rc worth 50c.
13 pieces 40-lnch Imperial Fancies at
20; cheap at 35c a yard.
All wool Serges at 21c a yard, all
All wool Flannels at 23c, worth 35c
All wool Novelties at 2."c, worth 35c.
COO pieces Worsted and Woolen Dress
Goods to choose from.
The latest Novelties in Dress Trim
mings and Uuttons at lower prices than
Opening Week in Garment Room
Hods, Racks, Tables, Shelves Diled
high with the cream of Cloakdom, the
result of months of careful selection.
Never let your Cloak wander from this
store, for we are equipped to serve you
to your utmost satisfaction. Cheap? Yes,
but it's price cheapucss only; every
thing else about our garments is top
notchstyle, fit, materials, work and
finish all the best
Children's Jackets Sl.48, Sl.OSto f J,9S.
Ladies' Jackets at 9Sc, Sl.48, $2.48, SJ -4b
Ladies' Capes 95c. ?1 25, 61.50, J.fiO to
Bolt) Blanket Talk.
Uut the goods are here to back up
the argument; something like several
hundred pairs of warm woolly webs of
Wintor Comforts at !i!, 75, 9Sc to 51.25.
Fine all wool blankets at the lowest
prices ever made.
Comforts at bargain prices at 59, 75,
93c to S1.23.
Chenille Portieres atS1.95, 2.50, 2.75 a
pair; special values.
Robe Prints, fast colors, and batting
to make comforts
Fine Turkey Red, IWuo and Green
Oiled Prints at (le a yard, worth Sc.
CLOTHING for MUX and HOY?.
Large stock now onen of good quality
and seasonable weights. This depart
ment is grow ing every season. Our of
ferng now equals the best in style, fit
and finish but avay below their prices
Drug and Perfumery Departments
moved and enlarged. All Dollar Medi
cines, with few exceptions, for 78c a
bottle. Fine Triple Extracts for the
handkerchief at 25c an ounce. Bottle
Extracts below rogular prices.
One case 8-4 double width Sheetings
at 15c a yd., good standard quality,
worth 25c a yd.
Now styles in Triple and Quadruple
Silver Tableware, beautiful new de
signs at away don n prices $1.25. 2 75 to
$2.50 each. Knives, forks and spoons
ai prices mat win intcrost a a.
New Queensw are receiving this week.
This department is busier than ever.
Low prices and good stock will draw
Something Good to Hat always on
tap.' Tho purest and the best at the
lowest prices is our rule.
New openings every week. New
C'ood:, In all -'Departments arriving
daily. Don't miss tho great Bargains
we are offering. Come, wo invite all to
4 159 Front St. Marietta. 0
IN A FOG. "
Steamer Umatilla, From San
Francisco, Badly Damaged;
She Strikes on a Sharp Boulder Near
' Entrance to Port Discovery Bay.
Men, Women and Children, In Tbolr Night
Clothes, Itnsh on Deck A Paolo Nfir.
rowly Averted The Vessel Was linn
Ashore Where Her nail Filled.
Port Townsend, Wash., Sopt. 30.
Steamship Umatilla from San Fran
cisco at threo o'clock Tuesday morning
in a denso fog struck a sharp pointed
boulder abreast of Rocky Point near
tho entrance to Port Discovery bay.
Sho was quickly gotten off and headed
for Port Townsehd." Tlie water
rushed in with tremendous forco
quenching tho fires. Tho passengers
thought tho vessel was sinking and a
panic reigned for a few minutes and
had it not been for tho cooln'css of tho
officers several fatalities would havo
occurred. Women, men and children
rushed on deck clad in their night
clothes and wero almost frozen to
death in the cold damp fog. Realizing
tho danger the steamship was in, she
was run ashore on Point Wilson and
her hold soon filled. Tho passengers
wore quieted and sent ashoro and
brought to Port Townsend. Tho ves
sel lies exposed to the elements and
will be in great danger if a westerly
gale should prevail.
The Umatilla, which is valued at
350,000, is owned by the Oregon Im
provement Co., and was, chartered by
Goodall, Perkins & Co., Cnpt Hunter
being master. She is a sister ship to
the Walla Walla. Thoy wero built in
1881 by Roach, in Chester, Pa., and
camo to this city and engaged as col
liers. Latter the vessels were changed
and passongcr accommodations were
STORM IN WASHINGTON.
Electric Tt Ires Prostrated A Tall Ilnlld
ltiB In Course of Construction Wrecked.
Washington, Sept 30. A storm ol
almost unprecedented fury broke over
this city Tuesday night and prostrated
telegraph, telephone and electric light
wires in" every direction. The wall of
a building, the erection of which was
nearly completed, on Pennsylvania
avenue, between Twelfth and Thir
teenth, collapsed. It was, a building
185 feet in height. Tho west wall was
blown in and crashed into the roofs of
two adjoining buildings, ono a saloon
and tho other a lunch room. Several
persons were for a time buried in the
ruins, but with one exception were un
hurt. On Seventh street much damage to
stores nnd other structures is repotted.
Shade trees in tho numerous parks and
along the streets suffered in a lament
able degree, and the streets are prac
tically blocked by the wrecks in many
parts of the city.
Roofs of houses were blown off in
many sections of the city and church
steeples were wrenched from their
fastenings. Tho rear wall of the
Metropolitan Street Railway Co. build
ing was blown out. Two employes
Knocks a l'emalo Station Accnt Soaseless
A Man Who Came to Her Asslstnnce
Chicago, Sept. 30. As Mrs.. Addio
Way, the day agent of tho Illinois Cen
tral station at Sixteenth street opened
the door of her office she was struck on
the head with a slungshot by an un
known robber, who had effected an
entrance to the office during the night,
and felled to the floor unconscious.
Mr. Ellenberger, who at this moment
entered the office to purchase a ticket,
went to her assistance. After a severe
struggle he was beaten into uncon
sciousness by the robber, who then
made his escape. It is not known
whether tho robber secured any booty
or not. Mrs. Way and Mr. Ellenberger
wore removed to their homes.
Unanimously Chosen In tho Sixth Ken
tucky Congressional District '
Wl I.liamstows,, Ky., Sept 30. At
the congressional convention Wednes
day afternoon Tarvin was nominated
by Kenton county, and Berry by Camp
bell county. Tarvin withdrew hisnamo
from tho convention and Herry was
nominated by acclamation.
Senator Ooebel was chairman of the
convention. Webtoer, of Grant coun
ty; Orady, of Carroll county, and Gul
lion, of Gallatin county, wero sec
retaries. Tho committee on credentials
The Storm at Haltlmore.
Baii iMonn, Mil.. Sept. 80 A severo
southeast hurricane struck this city at
11 o'clock Tuesday night. Houses wero
unroofed, wires prostrated, windows
smashed and bign boards blown from
their fastenings. Several bchooners
that were tied up at the Pratt street
wharf broke from their moorings anil
are resting in tho middle of Pratt
street. All the street car lines are 1 led
up becauso of damaged trolley wires.
Tho wires of the Western Union Tele
graph Co. are down in all directions.
Children Attacked by a Vicious nog!1"'
Majitville, Mo., Sept ?0. Al.viclc
St. Bernard dog attacked a party of
school children hero Tuesday night
Laura Barmann, aged seven years, was
fatally injured; Albert Auchs and Eva
Hawkins, a six-year-old girl, were seri
ously hurt A little baby in tho homo
of tho owner of tho brute was attacked
and its arms and breast torn to shreds
and can not recover. The dog was
finally killed. -
The Tobacco Ordlnanco Vetoed.
Louisville, Ky., Sept. 80. Tho ordi
nance providing tobacco inspectors,
which w as passed by the council, and
which it was feared would prove such
a hardship to LouisvlUo's tobacco In
terests, has been vetoed by Mayor
Todd. Another ordlnanco was passed,
which prohibits tho posting of , obscene
theatrical posters in the city. '
Jatliercd From All Farts of the Country
Controller Eckels Tuesday appointed
John Decon receiver of the First na
lional bank of Lamed, Kos., whloh
failed several weeks igo.
At Newmarket Wednesday tho Hopo
Jul stakes was won by Lord Dunham'
Icllo'borc; P. Lorillard's Bcrzaksor
xul and Count do Boctcux's Frloldr
Nearly the cntlro business portion of
Oushville, a small town noar Shepherd,
Mich., was destroyed by flro Monday
night. The loss will reach into tho
At the Eighth congressional district
republican conventlou in Boston Tues
day afternoon, Congressman Samuel
W. McCall, of Winchester, was unan
imously renominated. 1 t
Tho, strike of tho Canad an Paclilo
dispatchers has not estchded to thb'
Soo or South Shore roads in. tho vicin
ity of Marquette, Mich., nnd according
to local dispatcher it is not likely to.
The Canadian Pacific Railroad Co.
hired seven men in Boston Tuesday to
take the places of the men who havo
gone on a strike. Tho new hands left
Tuesday evening and went to work
France has concluded treaties with
Austria and Italy in regard to Tunis,
and now England's refusal to renounce
her most favored nation rights alono
prevents Tunis from becoming abso
lutely French territory
A riot occurred Tuesday near Li
gioner, Pa , over a disputed tract of
land in which Superintendent Senfft,
of tho Ligonlor Valley railroad was
shot in both legs. A number of others
were badly hurt, being beaten with
At Evansville, Wis., 13 business
houses yerc burned, tho .total loss be
ing estimated at S30,000, with very
little insurance. Tho flro broke out at
9 o'clock in Shorr's livery barn and
spread rapidly. Tho entire southeast
Df Main street was destroyed.
The large barge, Sumatra, foundcicd
off the government pier, Milwaukee,
Wis., Wcdnesday'morning, and four of
the crew wero drowned. The dead aro
all from West Bay City, Mich. They
arc: Arthur Burnstead, Charles Hem
mer, Patrick Petersen, Peter Anderson.
A dispatch from Bombay says tho
drought continues in northern and
central India, where there has been
no rain for many weeks. The crops in
those sections havo utterly failed, and
grain riots have occurred in many
places as tho result of the scarcity of
In a fit of jealous fury William Lee,
alias Brozeau, shot and instantly killed
Jennie Jones, a young woman with
whom he had been living at 1021 North
Eleventh street, St Louis at 1 o'clock
Tuesday aftornoon. Two bullets
pierced the woman's brain. Lee was
arrested shortly after the murder.
Tho Rio Grande Western line, which
experienced such severo troubles by
the floods in western Colorado apd
eastern Utah, has resumed its trans
continental freight and passenger
service Its castbound passenger train
left Salt Lake on timo Tuesday even
ing and no further delay is antici
pated. It is reported at Victoria, B. C, that
tho British cruiser Wild Swan strucU a
submerged rock in Calao harbor while
under full speed. Those who knew
the place say that her chances for
escape from total destruction are few.
Tho Wild Swan is the smallest ves
sel of tho Pacific coast squadron
and a rather inferior typo of vessel.
Net Gold In the Treasury. 1
Wasuinotos, Sept. 30. Tho net gold
in the treasury at the close of business
Tucbday was 8122.003,013. The day's
withdrawals at New York were S150,
800. Thero was deposited in exchange
for currency Tuesday at New York
8900,000 in gold.
Nine lluslness Houses Uurned
Cadilleac, Wish., Sept. SO. Firo
early Tuesday morning destroyed nine
business houses, among them the tele
phone exchange, causing a loss of 829,
000, which is partly covered by insur
ance. The cause of the fire is un
known. The Weather.
Washington, Sept ia Ohio Showers, fol
lowed by clearing weather Wednesday, cool
er, fresh and brisk easterly winds, shifting to
West Virginia Itoln followed by fair Wed
nesday, colder, easterly winds, shifting to
Kentucky Fair Wednesday, preceded by
showers In eastern portions, colder In central
and eastern portions, with frosts Wednesday
moraine: warmer In western portion Wcdnes1
day, winds shifting to westerly.
Indiana Probably clearing Wednesdayi
frft.h tohrltV nnrthAvlv wlnria
Bit tv ii 0
iBfiistry, Manufactures, Art, Music.
' ,rrv I
Two, great Ijlintlfnss dovbtod'to ghowinrr what the' world hasjdpft
' ' ' ' ' duripg tho jast twelve months. u
"V,Afi;thQ wonderlCEleQ'Ihe Rp'entgen Eay ! IXH Olti
ematographe showing the most jronderful series1 of Pictures in mo
tion the sensation of the day 1 Sh6emaking Machinery, making 500
pairs of Shoes daily I The greatest
ments.and Novelties oyer shown in, -
MUSIC! Four Concerts Daily. MUSIC!
New Music Hall costing $50,000. Free seats for 3,500 people
SEPTEMBER 9 40 DAYS (DCTOBER 24
n HALF RATE EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROADS
i v , L0OI OUT FOKTUE'AKpUNOElfPTS.. , , ',
Admission 25c; Children rB'c. Bring the Family,
' THE MARKETS.
., CISCKRATL SCpt, SdU
Floub Spring fincr. a&af' spring'
family, Jicoisauo; spring patent, !3,7oioo;
wintor patent, t&'rt&iO) -fancr, (140,13 60:
family, tl Will DO: extra. JA 1033 sj..tow grado,
1 TJOI M; rye, horthwestorn 61405150., clt7,
Wheat No, 2 rod nomtcal at 73a
Cork Sates; No. 2 mixed, trrch, : 8c: No. 8
white, track', tic Na i white, snltthed, CSc.
Oats S losf No. S whl'o. trnok. soo.
RTE Snlcsi No. 2 tract:. 0V(c.
Hoos Select shippers. .lasJCHO, solcot
butchers. t3.3ia0- fair togocdpaottors,U3
S. 35. fnlr to good light,. $ J. .TJaa 40. common
nnd roughs. 1150 13.C0,
CAWLE rlr to good shippers, !3.roai 15:
good to choice 'butchers. Hevg-tiO,' fair to
medium butohors, 8100160, common, M..JB
SHEEP AND LAMDS UxtriS. (300 13 25' good
to choice, M3SieJ, common to fair, 81.75
i.Zi. Limbs Cxtras, fl.1031.3: good to
choice, ta 8)34 CO. common to fair, $3.0031 &a
VEAk Calves-Fair to cood light, tJ.003
ado, common and large, 3. 00:4. 7V.
Wooty Unwashed fine raorlno, SJICqpcr Ibl
quarter-blood clothing, tJ&13o! medium, de
laine and clothing, isai3c: braid, Ujjllc, mo
alum comblfjg', 13311c' Washed, One merino
X to XX, 12c: medium ctothlng, 1015p:
dclalno fleece. I4JllSc:' long combing, 15&I0o;
quarter blood and low, 1213c: commoncoarse.
rfityr York, sept 3a
Wheat No. 2 red. Soptomber, to 1-16. Be
comber. 72H373ic: Mny. 750-1075 13-ICc
Corn No. 2. October. 270. No. , 2-fflS8&a
Oats State, 9s: western, lOHOKo.
Toledo. Sept. 3a
Wheat No 2 red, oash, 73tfo: December,
75Kc; No. 3 redcash, KKc; No. 2 hard, 71c
Cork Na 2 mixed, cash, 23c
Oats Na 3 mixed, cash, lifts.
HYE Na 2 cash, R7c: Na 3 do. J4c
Chicago, Sopt 2a
'Colls on December wheat opened at C7fio,
s61d between 07XB67MO and 07fc&67f.e, last
prlco C7S07?io Puts opened nt (Uc, sold at
C5Hc, last price 05c.
Culls on May corn opened at 2Sc, last
price 25XMKo. puts oponod at 23JJ323HO,
last price 25Jic
For Printing Ballots
For The Depty State Supervisors of
Elections of fasliiiiEton Comity, Ohio.
, A, I II,
Notice Is hereby given that sealed propo
sals will be receUed by the Board of Deputy
State Supervisors of Elections until 12 o'clock
Thursday, October 15th, 189b,
for printing, numbering and binding In books
of not more than three hundred ballots each
In the manner provided by law, with fac
simile slgnatuies of the Deputy State Su
pervisors of Elections on the back of each
ballot, for the November Election to ho held
In the County of Washington on the 2rd day
of November, lt90, as follows:
Adams Township ..... ,, 800
Elba Precinct SOO
Macksburg Precinct , 800
Barlow Township GOO
flelpre Township, ...... 500
Belpre Village ,..coi
Decatur Township.... ... i , .,.,.700
Dunham Township ... , , ...400
Fab-Held Township ,....., 1W
Fearing Township 600
Grandylew Township ,. ,. .. .,.., ,. 000
Independence Township , ..,,. 700
Lawrence Township.,., 600
Cow Run Precinct 400
Liberty Township -.., 700
Ludlow Township SCO
Kultonburg Precinct SOO
Ilarmar Precinct ."., ..300
Little Muskingum Precinct ........SOO
Marietta Cltv, 1st Ward , 700
Marietta City. 2d Ward SCO
Marietta City, 8d Ward ,.....-: ,,.1000
Marietta City, 4th Ward 1000
Marietta City, 6th Ward , coo
Marietta City, 0th Ward , soo
Muskingum Township.. , , r00
Newport, Upper Precinct 500
Newport. Lower Precinct , , , 500
Palmer Township , ,..., 4 0
Salem Township , .700
Warren Township 700
Waterford Township ,. , 1200
Watertown Township.,,.,.,., , 800
Wesley Township , 830
Also a separate bid for printing 300 Cards
of Instructions to Voters
Each bid must be accompanied by a bond
for double the amount of the bid Blgned by
two approved sureties
W. T. HARNESS, Chief Deputy.
r. w. RICHARDS, Clerk.
October 1, 1890.
Joanna Stackhouse, whose place of residence
is unknown, late of Columbus, Ohio, will take
notice that on the 2(ltb day of August, A. D.
1606, In the Court of Common Pleas of Wash
ington County, Ohio, where the action Is now
pending, being cause No, 6U30, the under
signed. Doctor J, Stackhouse, tiled hU petition
against said Joanna Stackhouse praying for
divorce from her and for the custody of their
minor children, Luella May btackhouso, aged
14 years, and badlo Frances Stackhouse, aged
jilne years The grounds of said petition are
Sross neglect of duty and adultery. Tho said
oanna Stackhouse is required to answer the
petition In said action not later than six weeks
after the 27th day of August, A. D, 1890, the
date of tho first publication of this notico or
such divorce and relief may be granted,
DOCTOH J, STACKHOUSE.
Rauii STAnut.0, Attorney for Petitioner.
exhibit of Agricultural Implo
V V uSlvIT
OV UhUa U.m .... iij
3j pother carload ''toirrlvo M
iR In ton days wo wlll.seli P
?.r3 hi 1 j . w
at a liberal discount.
Now1 Is your chance
p F. Duttoh & Soh,
CO 515-Fourth street.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets ,.
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio,
Collections promptly attended to. ;
. Attorney at Laiv
Ovet Leader Offlco. Cor. Front and Puiu&m
WAxYEl Ac OUUT1 S,
-Office and-rcsldencoron second streot, ir.rtc
doors above the Court-house, Marietta. Ohio
CHARLES W. UI0HAKD8,
Attorney at Law,
Offlco on Putnam Street,
Attorney at Lnu'.
Offloe In Law Bnlldlng, Mn.rlut
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Oulce on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
j Aiioruey hqu counselor at Law.
Room S Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public
Looms w. b.
utorney at Law,
Offlco Kaet cor. BYoit and Putnam Marion..
Second St., opp. Union Depot. ' Marietta, &
DU. C. XV. EDDV,
Orrice No. 304 Front Street..
Opposite Soldiers' Menument. Residence Nt
SIS Fourth Street. Telephone connootlon.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. F. KRAri
HAMILTON &. KRAFT,
Office room. 1 Milln TltllMlTltr. Pnr. Pnfnani
and Second streotn.
Attornevu nt ,k v
omco in Law Handing
. Attorney at Liv .
uuico in Law Building,
Sometimes needs a reli
able) monthly regulating
Are prompt, safe and certain In result. Tlie ccua
loe (Dr. Peal's) never disappoint. Sent Burwnero,
A. J. RICHARDS, Marietta, O.
MUST .BE SOLD AT 0CE RE
. GARDLESS OF COST.
Before buying a Vehicle, don't
fail to call on the undersigned, as
he can save you considerable
money on any purchase.
"Half dozen Spring Wagons, and
Oil Buckboards of Bay's own
make, also a lot of lumber wagons
will sell at a bargain.
TK0S. C. BAY,
215-17-10 Second St, MlRIETTA, O.
GEO. BTHECKEK. HKNRY STIlECItEh
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary ,and Ol
Well Bolters, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tpbq Expanders. Special attention given to
repahlng Bolters in the oil flelds. Wo employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Offlco and works on West Side.
Bicycles Built and
New parts for any
wheel in stock or made
to order at
225 Ohio St, Marietta, 0
' ' . " " " "" ''l
Jaoob Pfuff's Is unexcelled, as are
also his CaKes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan loe Cream that can fce
made, Partloular and personal at,
tentlon given to serving parties
receptions, weddings or public din
nero. JACOBS PFAFF.
C, &. M, Excursions.
On account of the Republican Rally,
Senator R, 0. Horr speakor, at Cald
well, Oct. 8, tho C. & M. Ry. will sell
excursion tickets', from all stations
Cambridge to Marietta Inclusive at ono
fare for the rpuud trjp. Tickets good
for ono day only.
On ancount of Godge Frpe and ac
cepted Masons of Ohio at Cincinnati
theC, & M. Ry. will sell excursion
tickets Oct 10 afone fare for tlie round
trip. Tickets good returning until
B.& O. S-W, RY
Trains leave Marietta' is foltowH
For Cincinnati, l0:o a m,'lltas p to'.
For Louisville. 10:40 a m, 11:S6 n m.Yh
For Belpre, 0io, Uito, i:W,i:ii, UiM, '- '
mta.S5tim. -', V 'V4
xr.jMew Yore, Hits via. il:if.nm. . 3 .v,
aSTO..IS!ftSHSfl .."., iWlH
Mm on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor car A I "
etc., aadresa ? vwrjr'
G. M. PA YNiS, Ticket Agent, 11, & O. S.W1
v. uDvnii luiuruiiLLioii raffaraiUDi. rauw
a. U. Waijiel, Assistant General Passengeifsfc)
Agent, Cincinnati. Ohio. 'KSS
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. 184 Front Btreei
ZANKSVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME CABD IN EFTEOT DEC. Snd. 18-J5,
At Columbne .
1 1 St Paul....
8 20 am
6 13 am
7 16 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
U 25 a m
8 00 pm
2 40 pm
8 13 pm
8 85 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
5 40 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
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Ar Marietta ,
7 25 pm
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
7 40 am
8,50 a m
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 01 a m
10 40 a m
2 65 pm
3 58 p m
4 58 pm
5 10 pm
5 65 pm
All Trains Dally oxcept Sunday.
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C. C. HABEI30N. General PagscnsorAg
MRIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LIKE
Toledo & OhloJJentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect May 24,' 1 890.
Central Standard Time.
Tho Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8. No. II,
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leave Marietta....,, o oo 2 lo
Tunnel. 910 2 28
fer 0 65 3 04
uor.v 10 21 3 80
" Sharpsburg 1035 8 80
" AmeBVlUo....,..,,, 10 62 3 41
Arrive Pr.los .,.,,'. 1125 4 12
'! Athens 320 8 35
, , P. M. P. M
' Colnmbus 225 715
" Charloaton. W.Vh am
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Cleveland., 7 80 1 50 A. M.
Toledo (110 1180
No. 2. No. 4, No 12
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Leave Columbus 7 15 12 01
Athena jo 58
" Palos.... 1012 2 45
" Ameavlllo......,..v 1012 3 15
Cutler.,...:....,., ma 8 60 5 10
Vincent..., ,. ll 37 4 Of 0 26
irrlvo Marietta 12 15 4 45 7 so
Trains rnn dally oxcept 8hnday, Close oot
nccttona for all points north and west.
For farther Information call oo or address Q
M. Patwb, Tlckei Agent, Union Depot, Marl'
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( i. W. M. MOBSE, BoperlnUndpfu
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Best .for Speed and Resqltsfl
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