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Just as Sure as Night
A warm October has caused many a
merchandise maker to lay awaho nights
wondering how ho would ho ahlo to
unload his products.
There's only one solution for the
problem he's got to tempt the ready
money merchant by offering his wares
at a fraction of early season's prices.
We've been tempted and here's the ef
fect. It means beneficial buying fcr
you that's what pleases us most.
COLORED DRESS STUFFS. If
you've got Dress Goods to buy it would
seem almost imperative that you should
take advantage of these offerings.
Couldn't touch them a month ago at
anything like these prices. There'll be
busy buying and you should bo among
34 inch all wool Cloth Novelties at 25c
a yard, should be 3Xc
43 inch Novelties at 25c, should be 35.
40 inch Iridescent and Figured Mo
hairs at 35c, regular price 05c.
Fine Fancy Novelties at 50, 75, 8
and OSc a vard.
Special in Silks. Black Brocade Silks
at 59 ana 03c aro a great, bargain; regu
lar price SI. 00.
Wo aro solo agents for the Flexibona
Moulded Corsets. Said to bo the best
ahd finest shaped corsets on the market.
Wo know of other corsets costing more
money that will not compare with the
Flexibone. Expert fitters at your ser
vice. Introductory prices 51.50, 2.00,
2.60 and 2.75.
INFANTS' and CUILDRENS HOODS
In Silk, Wool and Fur. Newest styles
for this Fall and Winter wear at 25, 35,
48c to S1.75; very pretty and cheap.
Infants' and Children's Short Robes at
Fascinators, Hoods and Shawls in
find wool and zephyrs at 22, 23, 35c to
All wool pattern skirts, extra long
40 inches and full breadth and of the
finest makes. This week only at C3c
and 75c, a pattern worth OSc.
Wo planned early for the biggest
garment business in our history, and
ware getting in shape now for a few
dnys phenomenal selling. Makers are
cleaning up their season's product, lit
tle assorted lots, and many of them at
two-thirds of October prices. To hesi
tate is' to lose the best cloak chance of
the season. Lots of Jackets, Capes and
C ,n'i, running from 50c, cl.00, 61.50,
?..;U, C3.50 and 510.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS at
closing out prices to make room for
SEWING MACHINES at tho lowest
prices made anywhere,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTnS at cut
prices this week. Wo must have room
and some goods will be cut to get them
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ol all
kihds at Lower Prices than any com
petition. 10 CENT COUNTER of novelties
third lloor (take eleyator.)
Next week and wo aro prepared to as
sist in the general rejoicing by supply
ing the good thiDgs to eat at tntes
that, tho blimmest purse can supply.
Citron at 15c lb., Raisins 0 and 9c lb.,
fine prunes S and 10c lb. A'll kinds ol
Cakes and Crackers at old prices this
week. Oyster and Butter crackers 0
lbs for 25c. Sardines 3 boxes for 10c
Canned Soups. Vegetables and Fruits,
Maple Syrup 35c a can, a fine fruit can
in. bweitzer cheeso 12fe 11). Fine
Mixed Table Nuts 10c lb. Candv 5, (I, 8
10c. lb Oranges, Bananas and Figs at
Sand 10c. lb. Cocoanuts 4, fi aui flc
each. An elegant assortment of dishes
unci glasswaio to decorate tho table.
Overcoats at awn,-? down prices.
Mi'ii's, YontUV, Boy's and Children's
We just mention this department to
lot those of our friends know who do
not pitronize us in clothing that we
e.in and do save our patrons money
hero as well us well as in any other de
partment. Call and see and uo v. ill
buuviuuo mo must sceptical ot our
ability to do all we claim.
Underwear. Hosiery, Gloves and Mit
tons at lowest prices.
A special offering of Toilet Waters,
Soops and perfumci. Want you to
know more about this end of our busi
ness. No better way of introducing it
than have you call and bee what we
can sell you of reliable goods at less
than you've been paying for them.
Call and see the busiest and cheapest
store in the city.
169 Front St Slarifittft. 0
-V t ','
Was One Feature of tho Agri
Two Million Dollars of the Appropria
tion During ths Four Years,
Or 8000,000 Each Venr, Was Covered
Back Into the Treasury A Kefuta-
tlon ot What the Secretary Calls
Wasuinoton, Nov. 10. Secrotary
Morton, in his annual report, which
will shortly bo made public, will re
view the economical features of his
administration and cite figures to show
that ho has covcrod back into tho treas
ury 52,000,000 of tho appropriation for
the agricultural department dur
ing tho four years, or 8500,000
each year. This Is in tho
neighborhood of two per cent, of tho
appropriations for tho year. Ono of
tho principal features of tho report
will bo a lengthy refutation of tho
claims of what tho secrotary calls
"calamity howlers." Ho will contend
that agricultural interests aro not de
clining; that 72 per cent, of tho farms
in tho country aro without any incum
brance, while tho incumbrance on tho
remaining 23 per cent, was incurred in
tho purchase and improvement of tho
lands. The report will stato that the
greatest ratio of mortgages is found in
tho North Atlantic states and that
Now Jersey shows especially heavy in
cumbrances. Tho secrotary will also decry the
lavish publications of tho government
and show a pruning down of tho liter
ary out of the department.
llnngs Upon tho Hesalc of tho Present
Oparatlonx In Cnba.
Washington", Nov. 10. It is learned
hero on authority that tho Spanish
government has given Gen. Wcyler to
understand that he must push his
operations against tho Insurgents
aggressively and vigorously. Un
less ho soon achieves a decisive vic
tory over tho Cubans it is bolievcd he
will be recalled. Gen. Wcyler, it is
understood, is aware of the alterna
tive, and his present campaign in
Finar del Rio is expected to result in
an engagement that will put a new as
pect on tho Cuban situation one way
or the other.
Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, consul general to
Cuba, called at tho state department
Monday and was with Secretary Olney
for half an hour. So far as could be
learned there was no special signifi
cance in tho visit beyond a further
general discussion of the situation
in Cuba. Reports continuo to come
from the acting consul general at
Havana, .and several of these wcro
looked over and later taken by Gen.
Leo for a further perusal. The consul
general had not called at the white
house up to noon and hardly expected
to go there Monday, Mr. Cleveland is
busily engaged in writing his annual
message and few callers see him.
TVO CHILDREN CREMATED.
They Ilnd l'lnycd W 1th .'Matched In n
Jlnrn Tho Kemnlns Had to Ho Handled
Nokfolk, Va., Nor. 10. Saturday
afternoon two children of Wyatt
Meeks, who lives in Carolina township,
near Greenville, were burned alive.
Tho children wcro in tho habit of play
ing with matches, and three boys,
aged respectively three, five and seven
years, got some matches and went into
tho barn. In striking them, the
shucks caught fire. The oldest boy, in
the meantime had escaped and locked
his little brothers up. Tho fire burned
rapidly and in tho excitement it was
somo time before the other children
were thought of. When tho barn was
burned down tho remains of tho two
children were found. They wero
burned beyond recognition and had to
bo handled in shovels.
Cuicaoo, Nov, 10. The executive
committee of the National Billposters'
association convened at the Briggs
house Monday morning. Representa
tives of the various stato billposting
associations are present. Matters of
importance will occupy tho attention
of the convention for two days. Among
those present are: President Bryan,
Cleveland; Secretary J. Ballard Car
roll, Albany; N. Y.; It. C. Campbell,
Chicago; J. F. Omeara, Jersey City;
James A. Cumin, Denver: P. Shannon,
Milwaukee; Charles Ilager, St. Louis;
Alex. Harbinson, Indianapolis; B.
Chapman, Cincinnati, and Charles L,
T.i'CiihtUmi iu Alnbnmn.
Washinotox, Nov. 10. A dispatch
from Montgomery, Ala., says: A bill
has been introduced in tho legislature
by Mr. Dreyspring, a silver enthusiast,
seeking to make void all contracts call
ing for payment in gold or any othet
currcnc3' than the legal tender of the
United States. Another bill was in
troduced providing for the purchase of
a governor's mansion to cost 325,000.
A bill was presented proposing to in
crease tho age of coiibent from ten tc
18 years. A hard fight will be made
for its passage.
Two fatally Hurt by a Train.
Skdalia, Mo., Nov. 10. James W.
Perdue, a wealthy farmer, and his 22-year-old
son, John, were struck by a
Missouri, Kansas & Texas freight train
while crossing the tracks two miles
south of here Monday morning and fa
Attempted Lynching nt I'annville, Va.
Richmond, Va., Nov. 10. A special
from Farmville, Va., says a lynching
party went to Prince Edward jail and
attempted to lynch Elisha Johnson,
chnrged with highway robbery. The
prisoner was badly, but not fatally,
Ilrldo Accidentally Killed.
Phescott, A. T., Nov. 10, Belle
Ross, living near here, was accidentally
shot and killed by her younger sister.
The dead girl was to havo been mar'
rled in tho evening.
MfeLru ''J&Pkk; .& -n-
Gathered From All Tnrta ot the World by
Adm. Sir Frederick William Rich
ards, lord of tho admiralty, died sud
denly Monday in a hotel at Bath, Ho
was 03 yoars of age.
Col. Geo. P.Wood,whosorvod through
out tho war in the Fourteenth Indiana
Infantry, died at his residence in Wash
ington Sunday evening.
Tho Manchester Guardian learns
that tho powers havo agreed to guar
antee a new Turkish loan ot 5,000,000
to assist tho sultan in carrying out tho
promised reforms in Asia Minor.
The Jennings Stato bank ot Daven
port, Neb., was robbed Saturday night
of $2,700 in cash and about 8200 worth
of jewelry. Nltro-glycorino was used
to blow open tho vault and safe doors.
Tho supremo court of tho Unitod
States Monday, after rendering de
cisions in a number of cases, adjourned
for tho Thanksgiving recess. Its noxt
session will bo on Monday, tho 30th
Tho third gatno of tho chess champ
ionship match was played at Moscow
Sunday by Lasker and Stolnitz. Tho
game, a giuco paino, was won by Las
ker after 35 moves. Stcinitz has not
won a gamo of tho series.
Tho prlnco regent of Bavaria has is
sued an order to all officers serving
upon courts of honor, instructing them
that henceforth officers in tho Bavarian
army refusing to fight duels on tho
ground that they aro opposed to tho
principle of dueling, must not bo forced
to resign, as has heretofore been tho
Tho Cuban rebels havo again attack
ed tho town of Condado, near Trini
dad, and again used artillery in their
attempt to capture tho place. Tho
garrison repulsed the insurgents,
killing somo of tho robel artillery
men. Later a force of local gueril
las started in pursuit of tho insur
gents. Tho pulpits of 08 churches in St.
Louis were occupied Sunday by dele
gates to tho W. C. T. U. In some of
them both morning and evening jerv
ices were conducted by tho ladies. A
full attendance was brought out, and
deep interest manifested. Missionary
work and aid for Armenian Christians
were tho leading topics discoursed
A National Tobacco Growers' con
vention will bo held in Ocala, Flo., be
ginning January 12, 1807. Letters of
invitation, formulated by Gov. Mitch
ell, are being sent by Secretary Wil
liams, of the Ocala board of trade, to
the govornors of 22 states, boards of
trade and tobacco growers' associa
tions of the country to send represen
tatives. Joseph Sterba, aged 22, a miner, em
ployed at the Bower Hills mines, near
Pittsburgh, was shot and instantly
killed at Bower Hill Sundrfy afternoon
by his friend, John Schultz. His head
was almost blown off from a shotgun
which Schultz claimed to havo forgot
ten was loaded. Schultz was arrested
but attempted to end his life with tho
.same weapon but was prevented by
The Berlin newspapers comment
freely apon President Cleveland's atti
tude in regard to Cuba, and agree that
it is his intention to assert the right of
tho United States to dictate Spain's fu
ture policy toward Cuba. Somo jour
nals argue that tho corollary of Brit
ish submission in tho Venezuelan 'dis
puto will bo a strengthening of Amer
ican pretensions on tho lines of tho
Washington, Nov. 18. -For Ohio Probably
showers Tuesday; slightly warmer: souther
Tor Kentucky Partly cloudy Tuesday;
slightly warmer; southerly winds.
For West Virginia Fair, followed by In
creasing cloudiness, Tuesday; southerly
Tor Indiana rair Tuesday; lower tempera
ture Tuesday; brisk to high southwest winds.
ClhC:NKATI, NOV. 15
ri.otm SnrlnR fancy, 81 0034.S: Rnrlnc
family, f3 35&3 60, spring patent, 8150S4.S3;
winter patent, ?160G4 83 fancy, 1 1,0334 25j
family, K3.1503.7O, extra. Si032. 93. loiygrado,
!i 1582. 40, rye, Northwestern, Si'Oas.K. do
Whcat Slcs: No. 5 red, track. DOa; sample
red, truck. BSc; No. 3 red, track, 8io.
Con Yellow car, licw, track, 213oc: No. 2
yellow, track, CSjc; No. 3 mixed, trick, 2.'o:
No S mixed, to arrive, 25c: white car, now,
track, 0c: mixed car, new, track 2lSc
Oats Sales: No. i mixed, track, iOc.
Hoes Select shippers, 3.3033.33, select
butchers, $12333:0, fair to good packers,
t3.S0Zt3 23. fair to good lisrht, J3iJ7i3 40, com
mon and rougli3, te MC3.C0
CATJLK ralr to Kood shippers, $3.5034. 15:
choice, 5123. good to choice butchers', sa 05
I 13. fair to medium butch:rs', $3 133150:
common, $;.'.'3c3 83.
Snuii" and Lames Sheep Market 10c to
15c lowor. extras, J3.25,S"3 49, good to choice,
iCJijr.lO, common to fair, Si0ua2.50. Lamba
Extras, S1.51 50 road to choico,fiC38.4.15;
common to fair, 3 0033.50.
Veai. Calves rair to ccod light, Jt503
5 to. common nnd larce. 113 OOOI.25. '
Wool Unwashed (lne merino, DjjlOa per lb;
quarter-blood clothing, 12 1 13c, mediums -do -lalac
and detains, i;3Hc. braid, UGl-cj
medium combin-;, lSQIllic Washtd, ilno
rceiiio, X to XX, 13c: medium clothlna. 143
13c: delaine fleece, 1310.:; long combine 15t)
ltic, n.uarter-blood and low, 13314c; common
coarse, lUol'c, tub-washed, choice, lTJMScj
tub-washed, averase, ISJJITc.
New Yohk, Nov. 10.
VHEAT December, 65 15-16ia87',o: January,
83a88ic. Marob, 09J(c; May, 875'c83.l(o.
Colli. December, 31!i&31Jc; Ma7, 3i;.c;
No. 2, 3;i3.3l?4C
Oats Western, 22Q32c; December, 22o
TOLEDO, O , Nov. 10.
Wheat No. 2 red, cash. Die: Diccrabor,
my.z: May, 03e; No. 3 rod, cash, ESc.
ConK No 2 mlxod, oash, 2lc, May, ECRjo.
Oats No 2 mixed, cash, 19".;c.
CU1CAGO, Nov 10.
Wheat November, 77c: December, 73,'o
a: January, 73!c; May, 8J!i28JJc.
Com. November 247o; December, L5c;
Oats November, lSJSc; December, IOc bid;
May, -2e a. ...
Indianapolis. Ind., Nov. 14.
Cattle Choice to prime stoers, JJ.OftS
4. El, medium to good shipping steers, 8X732
4 00, common to fair steers, I3.2VQS.C5, good to
choice feeding steers, 83.503a 83.
IIocs Good to choles modlum nnd heavy,
S3.60G.3.55, mlxod and heavy packing, (3.35
150, good to choice light weights, 8145a60;
common light weights, 51S&33.45; pigs, t-i.00
a S3, roughs, J2.50S3.O3.
SUEir Good to choice lambs. H03Q150;
common to medium lambs, I; 5033.8); good
to choice sheep, i65ftat5, fair to medium
sheep, K.!5&2,75: common sheep, !!.0022.00;
busks per bead, tl.507jl.00.
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Wo havo a fow tnoro tif those good
wheel (SUNOL) for salo yot. Also sov
eral good socond-hand wheels at a bar
gain. Our TANDEM and other NEW
WHEELS in tho Llvory aro all in first
class order and well taken care of.
When you want to tako a rido comb and
Our REPAIR SHOP Is running full
ttmo and doing first class work at a
reasonable price Wo aro putting In
all tho latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad tho break, cuts or
tears in tiro can bo easily ropaircd on
Wo havo mado arrangements with
our KXrERT repair man for steady work
the year around. Glye him a chance to
show you how well ho can repair your
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone u8. 229 Second street
In your pocket if you buy
J. W. Dysle & Co.,
128 Front Street.
We gi70 Periodical tickets.
Who wants a good
Second-Hand 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.
A. d. RICHARDS,
Noxt door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. MARIETTA, O
Persona! aitaniton rjivon to com
pounding cf Proscriptions.
HAS0N & HILLS,
ticjond St. opp. Union Dopot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satin-
" faction Guaranteed.
The real cstato of the lato Thomas I'almer,
of Tearing Township, Washington Co , Ohio,
consisting of ono hundred acres, more or loss.
Is for sale. Anyone desiring to purchase will
please call on or address,
G. A. I'almeh, Executor,
Tues.Oct.20th.-4t3.wkly. Marietta, Ohio.
Kotico of Appointment.
Estate of Anson 8. De Puy, Deceased.
The undersigned has been appointed nnd
qualified as Executrix of the Will of Anson 8
Da Puy, lato of Washington County, Ohio, de
ceased. Bated this 2d day of November, A. D. 1803.
Nov.l0th-8wks MAHTIIA J. Do PUY.
I.cnv "Kited to the Wojt uutl South.
Via 11. & O. S. W. Ity. November COth and
December 1st for Homcbeekers. Arkansas,
Arizona, Colorado, Indian Territory, Iowa,
Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri. Oklahoma. Ne
braska, New Mexico, The Dakotas, Utah,
Wyoming, Texas, Louisiana, otc. Tho limit
and stop over privileges will permit thorough
Inspection of the country. Por tickets and
further Information call on agents U. & O. B.
On account of tho Cleveland Horse
Show Nov. 17th to 21st, inclublve, the
C. & M. Ry. will soil excursion tickets
to Cleveland, O., Nov. 17th, 18th, 10th
and 50th, nt ono faro for the round trip.
Tickets' pood returning to and Includ
including Noy. 2HU
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Qkam.es vr. bichaiidh,
Attorney nt Law,
fflco on Putnam Strcoi,
I . AltAmu Lt f.M.
uiQC6inlnwBnlldlD(, , .Vurkc
Attorney ut Law ahd ftoturil'ublft)
Office oh Scooml Street, opposite Union Depot
Attorney and Couusolor at Law.
Room S Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
T OOMIS W. B.
JU Attornoy at Law,
Oflico East cor. Front and Putnntm MariotU.
J P. WARD,
Heal Kit & to and Loan ARiinl,
Beoond St., opp. Union Depot, Marietta, 0
DR. C. XV. EUJDV.
Office No. 304 Front Street,
OnDOsito Soldiers' Moil nnmnt. ltctblence Mi
518 Feurth Street. Telephone connection.
jouh A. nAunroN n. r. Kiur:
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room. 1 Mills DuiMlnc. Cor. Putnam
and Second strnetn.
NYE A FOLLttTT,
uuico in Law uunuinc.
Attorney it I.aw
uiaco in Law uuiidine,
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
SJ. HATH A WAV,
Attorncv nt t.iiw
Ovet Leader OBlco. Cor. Front nnd Putnam
WAITEII fit CUUTJK,
Physicians and Surtcuono.
Ofilco and tesldenco, on Socond street, three
doors abovo tho Coart-bQcso, Marietta, Ohio.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's Is unexcelled, aa are
also hl9 Cakes and loos. Finest
NeaDolltan loo Cream that can be
mado. Particular and personal at,
tentlon Klven to serving parties
receptions, weddings or public din
noro. JACOB PFAFF,
Livery, Feed and
COE. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horses kept by tho Day, Ween or ffloaUi.
Pronot Attention Qlvon tc Fnaorala,
Carriage can he ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by tolephono will receive
MARIETTA ... OHIO
Somstimea nccd3 a reli
able monthly regulating
Aio prompt, Bafo nnd certain In rc3nlt. Tho genu
lne (Dr. real'e) ne-'jr dUappolat. Bent aurnaeiOi
A. J. RICHARDS, Marlotta, O.
5 To make room for an- H
.yi. other carload to arrive H
S H in ten days wo will sell k.
V qS at a liberal discount. B
m H Now is your chance. H..
4pF.H. Button & Son.,
S (R 515 Fourth street. (J
I EXPRESS WAGONS
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 true 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 has 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 news and greater variety can be
furnished, 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 incumbeht upon the management
to serve it faithfully with zeal and en
terprise in minor matters as well as
those of greater magnitude.
I Ufltt SAHH XI
y k Mmn I
Train? lcavo Marlotta as tollowu
For Cincinnati, lo:0 a m, 11:25 p jn.
F)r St. Louis, 10:0 a m ll:S5 p m.
For Louisville. '10:40 a m, 11:25 1 m.
For Patkeraburff, 10;40 a m, s a m, ,
For Bolpre, 0:03, 10:10, 1:C0,4:55, 11:25.
m, 7:co p m, n:M p nu
For Chllllcothe, 10U0 a m, lltSS p m, M.C9
a tn, i 2.85 p m.
For New York, H:St p m, J1:25 p m.
Dally. tKxcept Sunday. "vm-
TtYll Hat All InfflHii.tl. x .
u.? n connecting linos, sleeping, parlor car
O.M.Patkb, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
ity., Marietta, 0.,sr
i?,?'ATA1,r"L,.A??iftant General Paseenget
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railwav
IH BrtXOT 8UHDAY, UiTH, 180S,
GOING BOULH ' GOrkesfoBTt,
Canal Den or. ..
Pnilllpsbnrc . .
Holi'a.. . ,,..
Trail Bun ,
Elba . . "
Stop on Signal.
ZANESVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME CABD IN BUTECX DEO. 2nd. nw.
0 20 am
6 5J am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 11 am
fl 9(1 nm
2 40 pm
8 18 pm
8 85 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
11 25 'am
u oo pm
i ou p m
Lv Chicago ....
7 25 pm
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
7 40 am
8 60 am
0 12 am
9 48 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
8 58 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 Tim
5 19 pm'
oo p m
All Trains Dally except Sunday.
C. C. HAJtBlSO. Gonoral PasBongorAai
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
ToleiJo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect May 24,. 1 803.
Central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Lino out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be-
twoa" Marlotta and Columbus.
No. 1. No. 8. Ho. 11
A. II. P. Jf a.'jJ
" Tunnel '
" Toledo ...
1 50 A,
No. 2. No. 4. No It
A.M. P.M. A.M
Leavo Columbus 715
" Palos '" in ,5
" Ainesvlllo 1042
Cutler.... .....;. ills
". Vincent..... ... 11 87
Arrive Marietta 1215
Trains run dally except Sunday. Close rm
nl?8 !?r n ' ?olat8 north and est.
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