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I Metal's Bareain Store!
The Policy of This Store
Is to gain the friendship and esteem of
every patron who enters within its
We want you to feel that every atom
of business intelligence wo possess is
being used to further your buying In
terests, firmly believing that by so do
ing we best further our own.
There are no class distinctions here.
Tho young and old, tbo rich and poor
can alike feel assured of a cordial re
ception, and a careful consideration of
their buying needs.
It is to tho loyalty of our buying
public that we owe our growth.
Hero's a fresh list of bright new
merchandise for you to pick from.
And not an unworthy thing among
them. Made by artists who know how
to work in all these little tips. It
doesn't cost much to be handsomely
cloaked when you buy here.
A very fine wool Boucll Jacket,
Double Breast, Iligh Collar, two rows
buttons, most stylish garment $4.93.
A Jacket of Fine Imported Kersey,
full lined with fine taffeta, a very
choice garment, S10.9S.
A Fine Black and Brown Astraken
Bouclo Jacket lined with fine taffetas,
A Seal Plush Jet and Braid trimmed
edged with fur, Bilk lined, good length,
Fine Boucll thlbet trimmed, colored
silk lining, at $4.08.
About 100 Sample Coats and Jackets
left, closing out at very low prices, 50c,
51.00. 52.00, S3. 00, ?4.00 and 55.00 for the
A few Beaver and fine wool Cashmere
Shawls closing out cheap.
BLACK GOODS BUDGET.
Once in a while we are fortunate
enough to get hold of certain lots of
these standard dress stuffs at a liberal
discount from their actual market
value. This is one of those chances,
andu you get tho full benefit of tho
40-inch all wool, silk finish Henriet
ta at 50c, regular price, OSc
45-inch all wool Brocade at 5Sc, good
value at 51.00.
Mohuirs in 40, 45 and 4S-inch, fine
quality, at 48c, 5Se and 75c a yd.
Cloakings 1 yd wide Astrakan Bou
cle in Black, Brown and Blue at 51.75
and $1.50 per yard. Gre.it values.
Dress Skirts, full length, full lined,
at 51.75, $2.25 and 53 00.
Our stock of fine linen table goods
and napkins are showing best values.
Your money will go a long v ay in fine
goods. A call to sec them will be ap
preciated. BIG LOTS OF BLANKE'lS
Are going to be sold in this stock
during this month. We've sold many
blankets in our line, but their prices
are away below any previous offering.
WINTER UNDERWEAR riood tide
now in this bustling becMon. We
pride ourselves on th'j great values we
are able to offer. Gents, Ladies,
Misses and Children can bo suited in
this stock, in quality and prices.
We've underwear lor winter at 25c 33c
50c and OSc. Extra quality, all wool
underwear at 75c and OSc.
A NOTION COMMOTION Caused by
the little prices at which these little
things are sold in this wide awake
btore.v Ribbons, buttons, luces, elastic
belts, purses, at a ay down prices.
We are making the wool fly if some
of it is mixed, and wo know the quality
and value is good. We are prepared
with n full stock of clothintr, under
wear, neckwear, cloves, hats und caps
for all persons. Everything at lowest
prices. Call and see.
Queensware department uoiv putting
on style for thanksgiving customers.
New and chaste designs and pretty
decorations. Knives and forks to
Silverware of all kinds, teapots,
sugar bowls, crcaraors,, spoen holders
ladles, trays, A;c. Tea and tablespoons
knives and forks away below any prev
Jcnelery, clock und watch depart
ment; all repairing done at low lates.
All goods v.urranted.
The purest gioceries we can buy
citrous 15c a lb.; htarch 3 lbs. for 10c;
new mountain buckwheat llm,,- hi. it,.
a full stock of good things to eat at
lower prices man eisewheie.
The Health Club Books on sale; the
general membership book only 31.00
worh 51,000 in health to anyone.' U'e
guarantee it or money refunded.
Musical instruments at lowest prices,
Sdccial netv'goods in all departments!
Remember that'wo cannot 'tell about
only a small part of our bargains each
week, but invite you to come and see
and buy at
189 Front St Marietta. 0
Every County in Kentucky Has
Been Heard From.
With Marshall, McLean and Mont
gomery Counties Left Off,
On Account of Unexplained Irrecutnr-
Itlrs, One Deuiocratln ISlcctor In
Elected With the Three Counties
StcKlnlojr' Vlurnllty Is 857.
Fiiankfort, Ky., Nov. 13. The offi
clal returns of tho voto In oacli county
for tho election of November 3 aro all
in. With tho counties of Marshall,
McLean and Montgomery left off the
table, proparcd by tho sccrotury oi
state because of unexplained irregu
larities, they show that W. B. Smlthi
tho first democratic elector, will have
a voto In tho electoral college. The
othor 12 electors will bo republican,
with tho counties of Marshall, McLean
and Montgomery left out.
S. II. Kash, tho first republican elec
tor, received 215,030 votos; Smith, tho
first democratic elector, 312,800; Trim
ble, tho last republican elector, 213,380,
and Ward, the first national democratic
Smith's plurality over tho hindmost
republican elector may be wiped out
altogether by tho official count and It
can not bo said for certain yet that
Trlmblo is that man. The official voto
of tho Seventh congressional district
shows that Settle defeated Col. Breck
inridge by 1,808 votes.
Tho total of tho unofficial voto of
McLean, Marshall and Montgomery
counties give Kash 3,909; Smith 4.00S.
Thoso figures make McKlnley's plural
ity in tho state 257. The returning
board will meet in a few days and an
nounce tho official result.
TROUBLE AT LEADVILLE.
Ono Man Killed and Four Wounded In a
Fight Iletwocn Strikers and Aastrlans.
Lkadville, Col., Nov. 13. Striking
miners and a party of Austi ians clash
ed in a saloon here at an early hour
Thursday morning. Ono man was
killed and four badly cut, one of them
Tho dead man is Stephen Franko
witz. It is thought Jerry Dormandry
will dio of injuries received. The oth
ers injured ave; Joseph Austerman,
John Jackson, unknown man.
About twenty men took part in the
fight. A party of Austrians employed
in tho smelters was followed Into the
saloon by a crowd of strikers. The
strikers called tho Austrians scabs and
this they resented. Knives were
drawn and a fierce fight waged until
the police put in an appearance. All
thoso concerned managed to make
their escape with the exception of the
injured. The Austrians aro union
smelting men but were mistaken by
the strikers for non-union men.
Turkish Itefonrn Ilclng Carried Out.
Paws, Nov. 13. M. llauotaux, min
ister of foreign affairs, informed the
cabinet Thursday morning that the
Turkish ambassador, Zia l'asha, had
communicated with tho foreign office
in writing, confirming the reports that
the reforms which the sultan had
promised were being carried out, tele
grams having already been sent by tho
porte to tho military governors inform
ing them that they would be held
answerable for any further bloodshed
and instructing them to immediately
put into operation the reform agreed
upon in ISO'S.
Jtnubed nn a Stroot Car.
CniCAOo, Nov. 13. M. A. Stark, oi
Colorado, was robbed on an Adams
street car near tho Union depot by
Barney Birch and Pndd3" Ryan, whe
are well known to the police here.
They forcibly held Stark, although
tho car was crowded with other pas
sengers, and deprhed him of a valu
able diamond and his pocketbook,
which contained 4,000 in checks and
notes. An officer was attracted by the
excitement on the car and arrested the
men as they were escaping. The
property was recovered in their pos
session. A SOO.000 I'lre In Chicago.
Chicago, Nov. 13. The Chicago Eng
lish High and Manual Training school
at 105 West Monroo street, ono of the
largest public institutions in the city,
was partially destroyed by flro Thurs
day evening. Superintendent Robin
son estimated the d.imago at 00,000.
All of tho machinery used in the insti
tution, valued at SSI, 000, was a com
plete loss. The ulae, it is supposed,
originated from the furnace in the
CommlMtliiiior MUlt-r to Resign.
Washimito.v, Nov. 13. It is under
stood that the ics'gnation of Mr. J03.
S. Miller, commissioner of internal
revenue treasury department, is in the
hands of the president. Prior to tho
election Mr. Miller had a conference
with Secretary Carlisle and the presi
dent during which he intimated his de
sire to retiro trom the public service
and engage in private business. He
was asked to postpone his intention
until after tho election.
lly Wny of Madrid.
Madhid, Nov. 13, A dispatch to tho
Irnparcial from Havana states that
Capt: 'Gen Vcyler carried 'the 'Ruby
heights on Kbvember 10 after MncdQ
had defended them for six hours. The
insurgents loss is said to hnvo been
heavy, while the Spanish loss is de
clared to be small. Gen, Kchague, tho
commander of ono of the Spanish col
umns, was wounded.
TAndein Illcyclu llucord llrokcu.
' Londok, Nov. 13. At Catford Thurs
day the Chase brothers broke the
tan 3cm bicycle records for from two to
five miles. They also broke the rec
ords made on any type of bicycle from
three to five minutes. They covered
tho five miles in nine minutes, 131-5
London, Nov. 13. It is stated that
Sir Sanford Fleming declared himself
in favor of an all Uritish cable from
Great Britain to Australia. '
Datherod From AH 1'nrM or the Country
Tho Lcroy salt works and malt
houses, Loroy, N. Y., are running
again, on full time,
A flouring, mill and n glovo factory
are to bo erected in Lyons, N. Y., by
capital interested sinco election.
Tho Harrison carriage factory and
the glovo and mitten factory at Gone
sec, N. Y., havo been started on full
Reports show that tho distress In
Labrador is growing. Extonslvo re
lief works are' being started. A hard
winter Is expected.
Tho Madrid Epoch denies upon offi
cial nuthorlty that Senor Dupuy do
Lome, Spanish minister to tho United
States, is to bo replaced by another en
voy. Tho treasury gold reserve at tho
closo of business Thursday stood at
8123,101,580, a net gain for the day of
825,000. 'lho withdrawals at New
York wero 512, J00.
Mr. Bernard Abrahams, one of tho
counsel In tho caso of Mrs. Ella Castle,
of San Francisco, said Friday morning
that Mr. and Mrs. Castle would sail for
America about November 21.
An evening paper publishos inter
views with over fifty leading Roches
ter, N. Y., business men, showing that
confidenco is restored, and all look for
ward to plenty of work and 'better
At the office of tho trunk linos in
New York no information has been re
ceived that railroads to gulf ports havo
received inquiries a3 to carrying war
materials, as alleged in Chicago de
spatches. Tho Waterloo Woolen works, at Wa
terloo, N. Y., which havo boon closed
for five months, havo been opened.
Tho piano and organ factory 'began
full time Thursday and the wagon fac
tory will start Monday.
Quincy, 111., republicans aro pushing
Dr. Joseph Bobbins forward for United
States senator to succeed John M.
Palmer. Dr. Robbins was a candidate
for tho gubernatorial nomination und
was defeated by John R. 'lanuer.
At Brooklyn, N. Y., Pollco Officer
Purvis, while attempting to board a
Grand stroot trolley car Thursday aft
ernoon slipped and fell under tho
wheels, receiving injuries which
caused his death a few hours later.
This brings tho list of trolley victims
In Brooklyn up to 107.
The torpedo boat Ericcson, which
has had a checkered career since her
launching, surpassing that of tho Tex
as, has at last been formally ndded to
the navy and tho final payment, in
cluding sums reserved pending her ac
ceptance by tho government, has been
paid to her builders, the Iowa Iron
works, of Dubuque, la
In one of tho beautiful and historic
homes of Madison, Wis.., at 3 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, a mairiage, unit
ing two of the most promint.nt fami
lies of Wisconsin, took place. It was
that of Miss Caroline L. Upham, bec
ond daughter of Gov. Win. 11. Upham,
to Mr. Phllctus 11. Sawyer, of Osh
kosh, grandson of ex-Senator Sawyer.
Hon. W. S Form.in, ex-congressman
from tho Eighteen Illinois district,
whose name lias been mentioned in,
connection with the commissionership
of internal revenue, readied Washing
ton Friday morning. He called at tho
treasury department and paid his re
spects to Controller Eckels, but was
not at the internal le venue depart
ment. It is said that Commissioner
Miller may not retiro until his annual
report, which is now under way, is
WAsm:.GTON, Nov. 13 For Ohio Sat
urday fair, continued low temperature: brlsU
northwesterly winds, becoming variable.
Tor Kentucky Fair, warmor Saturday;
northerly winds becoming southerly.
For West Virginia Fair; continued cool
weather; northwesterly winds.
For Indiana Saturday fair with slowly ris
ing lemforature, light westerly, winds, becom
CINCINNATI. NOV. 13.
FLOtm SprlnR fancy, H00S1 Si; sprln.3
family, ?13J103, spring 'patent, J1504 Bj;
winter patent. fiSJriiSi: fancy. H007!i.ii;
family, JA4J&3.70, extra, SiCOSiM, low gride,
SJ IDQilO rye, northwestern, tiTOaiBJ, do
Wheat Sales: No 3 red, track, 83JJo; No,
3 red, trad:, Wo, samulo red, track, 33'io.
COUN Sales: No. " mixed, track, "Co; No 3
mixed, track, new and damp, muc yellow car
(new), track Sic.
Oats Salos: No. 2 mixed, track, 21 He: No.
3 white, track, "2c: No. 3 mixed, track, 20c
Hogs Select shlprers, J40S3.45; aeloct
butchers, 3. H5&3. 40, fair to good packers,
?3.25&3.35, fair to good light, S140S3.53: com.
mon and roughs, 8i 0023.15.
CAT1I.B Fair to good shippers, 83 003123;
choice, 213534.40, good to choice butcher.'!',
3 75JJ1 10, fall to medium butchers', W S5 J
a Go. common. J2.2533 00
&IIEKP AM) Lamuv-Sheep Extras. J3 35
(.15), good to choico, SJ.754J3.25, common to
fair, HOOaza Lambs Extra, 54.&Sl',0.
good to choice, S3 75125, common to fair, fd 00
Veal Calves ralr to good light. $5,009
a W, extra, 15 7530 03, common and large, 53.00
Wool Unwashed, llns merino, D&!0j per
lb; quarter-blood clothing, W13c; medium,
delaine and clothing, lJ&13c:, braid, llQUc;
medium clothing, 13611c. Washed, fine inc.
rlno, X to XX, 12c: medium clothing, 14315c;
delaine fleece, 14 2.15c, Ion j combing, 15 Alls;
quarter-blood and low, l.'JtlSo; common
coarse, 1133,12c: tub-trashed, choice, 1'iSlS:;
tub-washed, average, 1617c.
' New York, Nov. 13.
Wheat December, E0sc; January, 00J1Q
01io: March, 0JJ,Q0JJio; May,0J3aic.
Cons No. 2, 3Ja33c, December, 31 j,3Ji4ci
Oats Western, 22332c: December, 21 Wo a.
Toledo, O, Nov 13.
WnEAT No. 2 red, cash, OlVio; Decembsr,
DIKc: May, 03Mc: No. 3 rod, cash, esc
Corn No 2 mixed, cash. 254c: May, 29!gc;
No 3 yellow, id J. No 3 white, ai(c,
Oats No 2 mixed, cash, JOe; May, 23 Ho.
EVE No. 2, cash, 40c; Decomber, 40fc
Chicago, Nor. 11
WnEAT Novombor, TOJJc, December, 80Jc;
January, 81 c. May, 83',o.
Corn November, 25&J3ic; Decetnbor,
23;j&-5Kc: May, 28K'S58Mc.
Oats November. 18,'io; Decomber, 19Jio a.
Indianapolis, Ind , Nov. 12.
CATTLr Choice to prime, J4 0OJJ185, fat,
wall-finished steers, (L 10JM 50, common steers,
Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy,
$316003.55, mixed, IS.35G3.45; good to cholca
lights, 1451 65.
Siizep Good to choice lambs, 13.8534 35;
common, tJ.COi75; good to choico theep,
Who wnnts a Rood
Second-Hani. 6 H. P. All Steel
Tubular Boiler, or a 2 H P,
Gas Engine, cheap?
Address or call on
Third and Butler Sts. , Marietta, O.
MASON & MILLS,
tecond St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
In your pocket if you buy
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
Wo give Periodical tickets.
COMMON P-LEAS COURT OP WABnlNGTON CODHTY,
Edward Manzllla, rialutlfr, 1
, vs. y No.8083.
w. H. H. Butler. Defendant )
W. H.I1. Ilutler, the above nMned defend
ant, uhose place of resldeoce Is unknown, will
take uotlce that on the soth day of October,
18, the said plaintiff, Edward Manzllla, com
menced a civil action against him In the Court
of Common Fleas of Washington County,
Ohio, to recover against him the sum of slxty
tw dollars and llltv cents, with Interest there
on from December 15th, 1S94, on the written
promissory note or saia defendant; ana plain
tiff p ays judgment against said defendant in
s-ild sum of til W and interest from December
15th, lS'U. An order of attachment was duly
issued in saia case anu levieu upon mo ionow
inc property of said defendant, towlt: Tho un
divided one eighth Interest in one third of the
south half of KS0 acre lot No. 631, Section 7,
Town 3, Itango 10, Harlow Township, Wash
ington County, Ohio, containing SUHi acres,
more or less.
Said defendant is lequlied to answer said
pe'ltlon on or before the 2d day of January.
IH07. or Judgment will be taken against him
for said amount, with interest and costs, and
an order of sale will bo Issued to sell said at
tached pioperty to satisfy said judgment and
costs. Edward jIanziixa,
November 13, l'DO. ByJ.C Crenan, his Att'y.
Nov. 11th Ots. .
John R. McLean's
Without a single exception, there
is beyond doubt no greater or more
popular newspaper in the United
States than the Cincinnati Enquirer ;
or a more successful publisher than
its proprietor, Mr. John R. McLean.
The old-time prices for the Daily
Enquirer have been maintained, and
its circulation largely increased each
year; hard times and cheaper jour
nals failing to arrest its onward march
and high appreciation of the public
for its tue worth and merit.
The Weekly Enquirer at beginning
of the campaign year was offered at
50 cents a year, and its circulation
increased by the addition of over
200,000 new subscribers; the most
substantial and coveted testimonial a
publisher could desire.
When asked for the secret of such
success, Mr. McLean frankly answers :
The Enquirer lias no opinions to force
upon its patrons, it simply prints the
facts and tells the truth that the reader
may form his own opinions. By
maintaining the price of the paper,
more jaews.and greater variety can.bi
Kfurnfshed, and every class of-business
interests catered to, which a cheaper
journal cannot afford.
The very liberal support given the
Enquirer by the public at large, makes
it incumbent upon the management
to serve it faithfully with zeal and en
terprise in minor matters as well as
those of greater magnitude.
COI.UMUUS, O., Nov. Mi Miss Mary
"Wilson, a young lady ot 400 Wolfol
avenue, wheeled William Jackson, ono
of her neighbors, a half mile in a ba
nana cart, in the popiilar part' of tho
city, to pay an election bet Sho was
CHARLES W. BIOHAnDS,
Attorney at Law,
Offlco oa I'utnaiu Street, MiuleU"
Attorney lit h
Offlco In Law Building, M ai leu,-
Attornoy at 1jw and Manly PUOlla
Offlco on Second Street, oiposlto Union Dopoi.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 8 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary 1'ubllc.
T OOMI8 W. B.
JU ttornoy at Law,
Offlco East cor. Front cud 1'ntnain. Marietta.
f P. WARD,
I Beat Estate and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
Dn. O. W. EDDY.
Offlco No. 304- Front Stroot,
ODIlOBite Soldiers' Mannmnnl. Uciilrinnnf Vi
518 Fourth Street. ToloDhono connection .
JOHN A. HAMILTON H. C. KRAri
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, X Mills DuiMlngj Oor Putnam
and Second streew.
Attorneys at Law,
Offlco In Law Building, Marietta,
. Attorney at Laxi
Office In Law Bulldlnsc,
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attendod to.
Attorxicv al Law.
Ovot Leader Office. cor. Front and Putnam
WArffEJt &. CUKTUi,
Physicians and SurgoonB.
Offlco and residence, on Second stroot, three
doors above tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, as are
also hln Cakes and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular and personal at,
tantlon given to serving parttes
recoptlons, weddlnsrsor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND OUUROH STREET
Horsos Kept by tne Day, Week or Monti:,
Prompt Attention Given to Fcnerals.
Oarriago can be ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by tolophono will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
o (wrong rtgaani
New life, new strength, new vigor.
will bring back your lo3t powers andstop
forever thedangcrous drains on yoursystem.
They act quickly, create a healthy digestion,
pure rich blooJ, firm muscles, rugged
strength, stenjy nerves and a clear brain.
51.00 Ter Box, 6 Boxes $5.00.
A Icsral guarantee to euro or refund U-o
ro..,uiv wt'h evrrv85 OOorde;. Adare&t
A. J. RICHARDS, Marietta, O.
$ BUGGIES fe
Tn mnlff rnnm -fni nn. W K
1 1 ntlinr nn.r1nn.ri tn rifrttrn r-H k
... HW H&.v k
in ten days wo will sell
qs at a liberal discount.
.ji -j now is your chance.
iD F. H. Button & Son., g
;3. 010 tiourtn street. m
I EXPRESS WAGONS
We havo a few more of thoso good
wheel (SUNOL) for sale yot. Also sev
eral good second-hand wheels at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and othor NEW
WHEELS in the Livery, uro all in first
class order and well taken care of.
When you want to take a ride corae and
Our REPAIR SHOP is running full
timo and doing first class work nt a
reasonable1 price. Wo nro puttiug in
all tho latest machines for repair work.
N6 matter how bad the bieak, cuts or
tears in tiro can be easily repaired on
Wo have made arrangements with
our expert repair man for steady work
tho year around. Give him a chance to
show voijhoty ivellTie'-can repair your
wheel. - I
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 18. 229 Second street
I k En
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Personal attention rjlvan to com-
pounding ef Prascrlptlens.
Trains loavo Marietta ae totioxfi
Tor Cincinnati, 10:0 a m, U:25 r) in.
for st. Louis, io:io am lissi p m.
For Louisville. io:40 a in, 11125 o ut.
For Parkoniburtf, 10:40 a m, 11:46 a m, 4,
For Delpre, 0:o, iomo, 2:t)0, 4:G8, U:!5.
P in, 7:00 p m, a:is p m.
ForOhtntrntlin. ir,.in n n alms . Ait.rA
aixiTtiMpm. ' "" '
-or mew Yorit, :55 p m, Us2fi n in.
Dally. tExcopt Sunday.
For dntAll InrnrmnHnn mn.1.. .
time on connecting linos, Bleeping, parlor cars
a. M. Paths, Ticket Agent, J3. & O. S. w
By., Marietta, O., or v
a n wnvT. inaiiitiiHi n... . . . .
Agent. Cincinnati. Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Raflwa
GOING BOU tH GOINGN01ir
Canton , , .
Toledo . . ,
tstop on Signal. ,
A& lff!"f JP'H'y exoopt Sundav.
"",rAUX t . J.C.TAYLOB.
G. P. & T. A.
ZAWESVILLE & OHIO RiVEft;
TIME CABD W AFFECT DEO. Ind. 1M5.""
0 0 am
3 40 p m
8 18 pm
3 85 pm
4 10 11 m
6 49 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
6 58 am'
7 16 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 26 a m
9 00 pm
J r St Paul .
1 on p m
7 25 pm
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
7 40 am
8 50 am
9 12. am
9 43 am
10 01 a m
10 40 a m
3 55 pm
8 68 pm
4 21 pm
4 53 pm
5 19 pm
5 55 p m
C. C. HABBIBorf. General PaaaeneerAK.
MARIETTA & COLUMBPS SHORT LIKE
Toledo & OhloCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Tabloln Effect May 24,: 1 895
Central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Lino out of Marietta with
...-,, runuruuraorvico Be
tween Marietta and Columbuo.
No.l. No. 3. Ho. 11
A.M. P.M. -A.M
. " Amesville....
Arrive Palos ,
" Athens ,
1 60 A, H
No. 2. No
No. 4, No It
Leave Columbus 7 ie
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Amesville 10 42
Cutler..., 11 j8
" Vincent J., n 37
in lvo Marietta 12 15
Trains run dally except 8unday. Cloen aim
ncctlons for all points north and west,
nr rthM Information call on or addreos G
T. D. DALE. KoccivCcVyiNCENT' G" & T. A.
W M. MOE8K. Superintendent.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD
Dnily. Daily Except Sunday,
18 4 EASTERN TIUK 6 2 4
AU PJ1 PM ku J J
i , ? .r 'J Monndsvllle 10(8 2 65 618
8 00 115 5'0N.Martlns!llo 91! 20i 521
?. ?.' 14? 0I5 S'steravlllo 815 147 5 05
,n'r.ln KJigWHUametown 7i7 IS 82 3 60
10 001.800 pertLg .7C0 1165 80
!JJ?, iir ilavenswood 10 65 2 00
, ;S S 55 Mason City 0 66 12 67
110 0 68 Pt, Pleasant 0 25 12 25
3 20 III ,rGM.1!Pi1" 0 00 1165
220 810 Huntington 713 134
For rates, Information, etc., call ou or ad
"rcss. Wir.i. SonLACBApn,
131 Front Strcel
The New Yost
9 00 2 10 4 06
9 10 2 23 I 82
0 37 2 40 525
0 65 8 04 0 15
10 21 8 80 7 15
10 35 8 30 7 25
10 62 3 41 8 80
11 25 4 12 0 26
3 20 8 35 10 63
P. M. P. M
2 25 7 15
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE T AT THE LEADER OFFICE
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