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The Steady March
Marks ovory Eection of this justly pop
ular business. No sot-backs, no sup
ine CSS or jarrinp or macntnery,
mt each dav marking some growth in
public fayor. Eyery stock swings into
lino witn its cnoicesi oueriuKBi
to make buying pleasant for you
THE CLOAK STOCK
Calls for more than passing comment.
It's a stock to enthuse over. We've con
centrated all tho cloak knowledges wo
possess into tho buying of theso gar
ments. There's been no haphazard hit-or-mlss
work here, only a few of tho
choice ideas get space in Print
CAPES in Black Cheviot, double cape,
trimmed with Coney Fur and Mohair
Braid at ?2.98; regular 3.75. With
Boucle, Thibet trimmed, silk lined, at
$4.0S; regular price $7. 00. Large double
cape Wool Beaver, extra long, at 85.48;
regular price SS.50. Plush Capes at
$4.48, 5.00. 0.48, 7.25 to 18.00.
SPECIAL JOB WRAPS.
50 at $5.00, were $12.00 to 520.00
25 at 4.00, wero 8.00 to 15.00
15 at 3.00, were 7.00 to 10.00
15 at 2.00, were 5.00 to 7.00
25 at .50, were 1.50 to 5 00
Our New Fall Silks will tempt those
wno nave an eyoionuu uoiiuiuui,iJivi.o
after piece of shimmering .bridescenes
can we display for your selection.
Changeable Waist Silks at 40c, are
heavy dress styles; other varieties at
eu, 7a anu use.
The Colored Press Goods Stock
Is full of the newest fabrics and at
prices which we challenge any compe
tition. We are taking no back seat in
any line of goods this season. Our
buyers are the shrewdest in tho mar
kets, and our customers get the benefit
of our low prices eyery time they buy.
Tlipro'K marked activity on the Kid
Glovo Stock just now. Few Fall Shades
now in special prices. 5 hook Foster
Uook Kids at 85c, the regular S1.00
gloves. Large Pearl Huttons, ine cor
rect length only S5c, regular ?1.25 qual
ity. Our Lining Stock away up in quality
at little prices.
Wo can't tell ycu about all our Bar-
oic nrrar-xr TTOolr. It. tVDllld leQD OUe
man writing all the time and a page of
the newspaper every wceic. j.-ujjie
that do not visit our store have a very
limited idea of tho extent of our busi
ness and stocks, and onlv a few of tho
bargains we offer a visit is in order this
100 New Articles added to the One
Cent Department. Laces, Ribbons,
Coat Hangers, li lines, &c.
Is busy every day. Sales larger and
greater; prices the lowest in tho land;
best values. Receiving tho Clay Wor
steds heavy weight Overcoats, etc. Wo
can save you money and give you satis
faction every time. Call and get prices.
Underwear, socks and suspenders, hats
Nice Warm Blanketb and Comforts-
full line of these goods e Duy direct
from the factories by tho case and get
the lowest prices.
Full stock of Ladicf.' and Gentb'
QUEENSWARE and GLASSWARE
New lots this week again. This de
partment is growing daily in import
ance. New styles and shapes added as
they come out." Low prices prevail here.
Dr. Brooks' Diphtheria Cure prevents
and cures diDtheria. sore-throat regu
lar price 50c a bottle, our price thi3
week 20C. ve guarantee every uuimu
wo represented or money refunded.
Call or send for circulars.
Lamp Goods Department
Just received 500 Imported Crepe Pa
per Lamp Shades. Tinted edges; decor
ated with mornins dorrs, spotted Ill-
lies, violets, poppy, iris. etc. Regular
53.50 shade, our price OSc.
New York Crnam Cheese, 12Jt( and 15,
Ohio Cream Cheese, 10c and 15c.
Dard, 5?fc per lb., pure leaf.
Crackers, 4c per lb
Pure Mountain Buckwheat, 8 lbs,
Honey Drip Syrup, 20c a gallon.
Mixed Canpy, 5c a pound.
Caramels. 10c a pound.
Chocolate Creams, 15c a pound.
Everything goes at a bargain here.
Call and see.
169 Frwt St. Marietta. 0
Must Not Be Stopped on Her
Way to Turkey.
Ordered to Go Ahead Regardless of
- Any Protests by the Sultan.
rho F.ncllsh Fleet Will No Doubt Back Up
tuo American lomnimaor n uccmiuu
Arlies-Adm. Sclfrldc' Will Alio
Come to thfi Bancroft's Aid.
Washington, Oct 14 Tho United
States practiccshlp Bancroft, whoso
ioparturo for European, wators has
been tho subject of profound mystery
is to play an important part in the ef-,
forts of tho powers to bring about a
settlement of the Turkish question.
The little vessel is to force the Darda
nelles with Minister Terrell standing
on her deck, and if any obstacles aro
placed in tho way by tho Turkish forts
the Mediterranean fleet under Adm.
Selfridge, now 150 miles away, wU
come to her assistance. Tho British
fleet will, no doubt, be near at hand to
back up tho American commander, if
From the highest authority it is
learned that the powers have agreed
to tho programme and not oqly will
offer no objection or resistance to tho
entrance of the Bancroft to the Golden
Horn, but will aid her if necessary.
Tho decision to send the Bancroft to
Constantinople was reached some
weeks ago just before her departure
from Annapolis as a training-ship, but
received its seal Tuesday after tho
cabinet meeting, when orders wero
sent to her commander to report at
once to Minister Terrell on arriving at
Smyrna and there follow his instruc
tions. Adm. Selfridgo has been in
formed by cable that ho may expect
tho Bancroft In the next few days and
to cablo Mr. Terrell at the American
legation at Constantinople at onco
when she arrives.
Capt. Belknap, of the Bancroft, on
receiving Mr. Terrell on board, Is to
sail for Constantinople, and pass tho
Dardanelles no matter what may hap
pen. Minister Terrell id to take up his
residence on board the ves'scl, which
will become the official guardship of
the United States.
The ship vi ill proceed to Channk. No
formal request is to be made for the
privilege of entering the sea of Mar
mora, and no' opportunity wllf be
given the porte to cxerciso the power
of denial. Tho report that a firman
had been refused to the officers In
Constantinople Is inaccurate, as no au
thority has been sought recently, and
none will bo. Tho statement" from
Minister Terrell will be positive, and
will leave no grounds for discussion 6t
the subject. '
Tho advices from Minister Terrell
have lately been of such a character
that thero has.appearcd no better plan
to pursue than the one which would
place tho Bancroft, the armed repre
sentative of tho government, In tho
The reliance on Capt Belknap's dis
cretion is not limited. He is under
stood to liars orders to convey Minis
ter Terrell to Constantinople despite
tho menacing fortifications on each
side of tho strait to the secret sea of
It is not expected the Turkish author
ities, on learning the purpose of Minis
ter Terrell, will resist forcibly tho ap
proach of the Bancroft to their capital.
Naval officers and diplomats in Wash
ington do not look for any active hos
tility. They expect that the Turk
ish displeasure, if evinced at all,
v ill find expression in the convention
al firing of a Dardanelles gun across
the bow of the Bancroft. This will
answer the purpose of advising the
Bancroft's commander that he is en
croaching upon forbidden waters, an 1
that persistence is at his risk, and the
responsibility of his government.
The present plan was not devised
and adopted on the iesponsibillty of
this governmentnlom It is known to
hao the sanction, if not tho practical
support, of tho European powers,
which are concerned In the Turkish
question. The Russian government
even has given its consent.
This circumstance is important in
the extreme It has a significance be
yond tho simplo indorsement of tho
foreigners. Many of the ships of tho
European navies nre assembled at
Smyrna. They have no right, and evi
dently will not pretend to pass the
Dardanelles. They will, howoer, bo
within convenient call, and an attack
upon tho Bancroft would surely lead
to action. The United States ships
would engage the Turkish fortifica
tions without delay, although this
government's entire naval force in tho
Mediterranean is not formidable.
This will not be tho first time an
American ship has broken through tho
According to the Berlin treaty, sub
sequently modified, but not substan
tially, each of the powers is allowed
ono small war vessel (six guns being
tho limit) In tho Golden Horn, for the
protection of foreign 'residents. Nb'
larger war vessel can ' pus& the Da?-1
dandles without tno assent or tne
Tho United States was not a party to
this European convention, and there
fore need not usk the porte's approval.
Tho Bancroft is just within thejslzo, in
displacement, armament, men, etc., of
the vessels specified in tho treaty. Tho
cruiser Cincinnati was oxpected to
arrive at Smyrna Wednesday, at tho
time tho Bancroft will reach there.
Tho other American warships off the
Dardanelles and commanded by Adm.
Selfridge, aro the Minneapolis, Mar
blehead and San Francisco, wllhln asy
distance call. Tho French fleet at
anchor consists of 13 vessels.
Death of Dr. Drown-Sequard's faou.
Atxasta, Ga., Oct. 14. Dr. C. E.
Brown-Scquard, the only son of the
late Dr. Brown-Scquard, of Paris' of
ellxlr-of-life fame, died horo Wednes
day from tho effects of a sunstroke re
coived last summer,
Gathered From All Parts of the Country
by Telegraph. '
Sir Wm. Harcotirt explicitly denies
tho rumor of his resignation of tho
leadership of tho liberal party In tho
house of commons, which was pub
lishcd by the St James Gazette.
In London banking circles It Is be
lieved that tho rAtdof discount of tho
Bank of Eriglamt will bo 'increased
Thursday to 3 Pr cent, and an ad
vnnco to four per cent Is not regarded
as Improbable. ' " '
Tho Central and South American
Telegraph company, Now1 Y6rk, has
subscribed 81,000 toward a fund, for tho
relief of thd sufferers from tho conflag
ration in Guayaquil, which caused a
loss of 30,000,000. - l i
Tho executive committee of tho
Young Peopled Christian union, of tho
United Presbyterian church, Ttiesday
decided upon Indianapolis as tho place
for tho next annual convention, which
will bd hold August 18 to 23, 1897. -
Tho c'lgarniakcrs convention Tues
day cut down tho, out of work' benefit
from $73 to 854 per year. Outside of
this action little business was trans
acted by tho delegates. Tho conven
tion will probably adjourn Wednesday.
The English government has been
officially advised that the extradition
of P. J. P. Tynan, tho alleged dyna
mlto conspirator who was arrested at
Boulogne upon a British warrant 'has
been refused by tho government of
Thirteen speeches nnd 200 miles of
roundabout travel through Minnesota,
with a little slice of Wisconsin In
cluded, was W. J. Bryan's campaigning
record Tuesday. Eleven of tho speech
es w ero made on tho journey between
Minneapolis and Duluth.
Tho gold democrats of -tho Second
congressional district of Virginia havo
nominated G. W. Whaley, a prominent
business man of Norfolk, for congress.
It is reported that R. A. Wise, the re
publican candidate, wlU withdraw and
thuB unite tho sound money men.
Tho president Tuesday recognized
Leon Guislan ub consul of Belgium fit
San Francibco; Adolfo Cahul, consul of
the United Status of Vonczuela, at ciu
Francisco, and Joso Maria Tinoco, con
sul of tho republic of Costa Rica in tho
Unitod States to rcsido at San Fran
cisco. A New York Times special from Wash
ington says! Thero is high authority for
saying that Secrotary Carlisle is likely
to succeed Senator Blackburn in tho
senate, and that a deal to that effect has
been arranged between tho sound
money democrats of that state and tho
Sir Julian Pauncefote, British am
bassador to the United Statos, ac
companied by his wifo and daughters,
left Euston station for Liverpool Wed
nesday morning en route for New
York. Many of the friends of tho am
bassador and his family wero at the
station to sec them off.
Tho Co-operatlvo Fruit Co., of New
castle, Cah, the largest fruit shipping
Arm a central California, Tuesday
filed a petition in insolvency. The
failure was caused by damage to fruit
through late frost and untimely rains.
Tho company's liabilities are 877,509,
and the assots S0S.259.
Gen. Edward R. Bragg, of Wisconsin,
was Tuesday appointed by Attorney
General Harmon special assistant to
tho United States district attorney for
tho eastbrn district of Wisconsin. His
duties will be to aid the district attor
ney in prosecuting tho suit of th'o
United States against tho Manufac
turers Investment Co., of Wisconsin,
to recover a large tract of land, about
tho ownership which for somo timo
there has been a dispute.
Washington, Oct H For Ohio Pair and
cooler Thursday moraine In northern por
tions; northerly winds, shifting to westerly,
with increasing forces.
Tor West Virginia ratr and warmer Thurs
day; northerly winds, shitting to westerly.
Tor Kentucky Fair; westerly winds.
For Indiana ralr Thursday; varlablo wmd3,
qhlttlna to southerly.
CINCINNATI, OCU 14
rtocn Spring fancy, 6130(lfl5; spring
family, 8Z0.xa3 25, spring patent, Sa05fflt20;
winter patent. MC5S1.18: fancy, I31033GJ;
family. eiCJ&aOi, extra, 8I15i40. low grade,
Jl 781 f5. rye. Northwestern, tliO&Zod, .do
WnEAT Salos: Sample red, track, 58c; do
Cobn Sale3: No. 2 white, track, 27c. No. 2
mixed, track, 27c, No. 3 mixed, track, HCo.
Oats Salos: No. 2 white, track. 22tfo, do
(old), 22c; No 3 white, track, 18c; No, 3 mixed,
track, IS Ho. sample, mixed, track, 14K&
Hocs belect shippers', J3.43S3.50, select
butcher', $a4)J3.45, fair to (food packors,
J3 30sai0, fair to food light, S3.S0&3.45;
:oramsn andjcoujrh. ?? 7)33. n
All tho wonders of ELECTRICITY. The ROENTGEN RAY ! SHOE
MAlvING MACHINERY making 500 pairs ahoes daily.
The greatest exhibit of Agricultural Implements and NoveHies
ever shown in Pennsylvania, T f t ,
USIG.--FOUR CONCERTS DAiLY--EJ US I C !
VICTOK HERBERT, Conductor.
OCTOBER 5TIE3: TO STZi'.
An Art Gallery, yvith 300 Paintings Finer Than
Any Ever Shown West of New York.
HALF RATE EXCURSIONS ON ALL RAILROAD8.
LOOK OUT FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Admission 25c; Children 16c- Bringthe Family.
AS TO MARKETS.
Mr. Bryan Would Surrender ..Civilised
Countries For Unit Civilized.
Speaking in tho house Anrr. 10, 1H0U,
Mr. Bryan Rftro an estraordiuar.f rent
vm for our going upon the silver srind
rd. ''A (silver standard, too, would
mako ns tho trading contor of all tho
sllvcr-uslnK countries of tho worldt and
,hcse countries contain far more than
fne-half of the world's population."
If theso words wero not of record, it
would bo difficult to bollevo that any iu
tolllgcnt and rational American uttered
The Ablatio countries, Russia and tho
South and, Central American states on
tho silver basis, would prove a wretched
snbstltuto for Europ'6 as a custb'meY of
tho United States. Last yearthoUbtal
of our exports to Mexico was $15,005.00:1 ;
td th'o whole of 'Central Aniorien, 3v
029,'800 ; tb European Russia, $5SKin,!IOO ;
to Argentina, $4,453,600 ; to China', Q3,
603.805; to Chile, $2,701,090. To the
United Kingdom alono the value of our
exports was 387,170,036 ; to Germany,
$0.3,053,953; to Canada, $.VJ,894,910 ; to
Franco, $4G,034,7H1 ; to tho Netherlands,
831,01 1,775; to Belgium, $25,H50,930.
Passing by other countries, whether on
gold or silver basis, it noods but theso
to illustrate tho colossal absurdity of
Mr. Bryan's suggestion.
As Mr. Bryan professes to bo seeking
a inarkot for tho American farmer, his
proposal of the substitution of Asia and
the silver standard countries of this
continent for Europe as our customer
carries with it an appearance of cruel
irony. Tho silver standard countries
of both hemispheres aro ablo to food
themsolves and some of them to com
pete with the United State" iu tho food
markots of the world. Indeed, the
American farmer has in them his en
omy, if wo hare an enemy in tho world.
Of our entire oxport trade the whole of
Asia represents only a. 15 per cent. Onr
entire trade with Asia iu 1895, reaching
tho highest figure orer attained by it,
was only 0. f 7 per cent, of our whole
A serious consideration of Mr. Bryan's
pioposal that wo shoald goto tho silver
standard in order that wo might be
come, as ho Bays, the trading center of
all tho silrer-using countries, would ap
pear to indicate that Mr. Brjnn, if volu
ble in speech, is sadly deficient in the
rudiments of statesmanship, or, in
plainer language, as n, politician ho ap
pears to bo wanting in common sense.
When Mr. Bryan delivered such verbi
age as this on the floor of tho house no
body paid any attention to him. When
ho seoks, however, to become president
of the United States tho country must
scrutinize his verbiage to find out what
ho would seek to do if he acquired the
power to do anything. Chicago Times
The Republican party has not been, nnd
is not now, opposed to the use of silver
money, as its record abundantly shows,
t has done all that could be dono for its
.ncreased use with safety and honor to
the Cnlted States, acting apart from ofior
governments. Thero ore thoso who think
that it has already cone beyond the limit
of financial prudence. Surely we can go
no farther, and we must not permit false
lights to lure us across the danger line.
THE SOLE CLAIM.
MK. BRYAN'S SOLE CLAIM TO
THE SERIOUS ATTENTION OF THE
PEOPLE IS THAT MONEY CON
TROLS PRICES. IS IT TRUE?
THIS IS THE QUESTION. IF TRUE
AT ALL, THE RULE MUST APPLY
TO ALL PRODUCS IN ALL YEARS.
IN 1879 THD VOLUME OF MONEY
IN CIRCULATION WAS ON THE
BASIS OF $10.75 PER CAPITA, 53.43
IN EXCESS OF 1878, WHILE THE
PRICE OF WHEAT HAD FALLEN
FROM 81.08 TO 9G CENTS, BARLEY
HAP FALLEN IN PRICE FROM 11
TO 98 CENTS, WHILE THE PRICE
OF OATS HAD RISEN FROM 27
CENTS TO 34 CENTS. THESE FIG
URES COMPLETELY DISPROVE
MR. BRYAN'S CLAIMS.
WHY IS IT?
IF, AS MR. BRYAN CLAIMS, A
LARGE VOLUME OF MONEY
MAKES HIGH PRICES FOR FARM
PRODUCTS, WHY IS IT THAT IN
1S94, WHEN THE MONEY IN CIR
CULATION IN THIS COUNTRY WAS
$24:28 PER CAPITA, ALMOST THE
LARGT3ST AMOUNT IN THE HISTO
RY OF THE COUNTRY, WHEAT IN
THAT YEAR IN OHIO WAS ONLY
51 CENTS PER BUSHEL? IF BRY
AN'S CLAIM BE TRUE WHY IS IT
THAT IN 1878, WHEN THE AMOUNT
OF MONEY IN CIRCULATION
AMOUNTEI TO BUT $13.32 PER
CAPITA THE PRICE OF WHEAT
Bicycles Built and
New" parts for any
wheelin stock or made
to order at
MACHINE SHOP, .
225 Ohio St, Marietta, 0
DO YOU EAT BREAD!
i x ;t ' ' ' P t v
Jaoob Pfnff's Is unexcelled, qb are
aloo his Cakos and Ices. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can be
made. Particular' 'ana personal at,
tontlon ttlVen to serVlriE? pnrtlea
receptlons. weddlnsBor public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
1 To make room for an-
a y. othor carload to arrive
n In ten days wo will sell
.41 qJ at a liberal discount,
3 H Now is your chance.
MD F. H. JDutton & Son., g
M CO 815 Fourth street. gj
f 2ZPBBSS WAGONS 'f
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
SJ, MATH AWAY,
. At tor nor at I.av
Ovet Leader omce. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAJVTKIl A. UUUXX8,
Physlolo.no and Suraeono.
Office and residence, on Socond street, three
doors abovo tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
C1HAULE3 W. IlICllARIKS.
j Attorney tt La"
Offlco on Putnam Street,
X Attorney at Lav,
Offlco In Law Bulldlnsr.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Office 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.
utoraey at Law,
Ofllco East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta
T P. WARD, .
J Real Ebtato and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Uarlotts., O
"IV. O. V.EDDy,
U Office No. 304 Front Stroot.
Opposite Soldlors' Monument. -Uosldonco No.
518 Fourth Street. Toloshono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON 0. 7. ERAV1
HAMILTON Bl KRAFT,
Office room, I Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Sorond streets.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Attorneys nt Law .
Office In Law Building. Marietta, O.
T) K. QUYTON.
JD. Attorney a Law,
Offlco in Law Building,
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horsaa Sap b7 the Day, WoeX or Szoctb.
Proast Attention Given ta Funerals.
Carriage can bo ordered to and from all
trains to all parts of the city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
Edward South, hose place of residence Is
unknown, will take notice that on the 25th day
ot September, lbSO. Maggie South filed her
petition In the Common 1'leas Court, of Wash
ington County, Ohio, whero said cause Is now
pending, being case No. 8CCU, praying for a
divorce from said Edward South on tho
ground of adultery. Said cause will bo for
hearing on and after November 5th, 1893., by
which said date said defendant Is required to
answer or said divorce will bo grantod.
D. E Guyton, Attorney,
October 1st 1800 owlts.
Z. & O. It. lty Ho Tor Canton.
81.00 Hound trip. Thursday October 22nd.
Special train will lea e Marietta at (1:49 a. in ,
arriving In Canton at 12 o'clock noon, le turn
ing leave Canton at 5: to p. m , and arrive In
Marietta at 10'30 p. m.
The excursion will be under the auspices of
the "McKlnloy and Hobart Club" and every
effort will be made to make the trip a pleasant
out) iu every respect.
Somiitimes needs a reliable-
Are prompt, safe nnd certain in remit. Tbo itsnu.
ine (Dr. Pcsl'f never disappoint. Bon miywhsjft
A. J. RIOHAUDS, Marietta, O.
Examination of Teachers
of Washington County will be held from 8 A.
M. until 81', M. at the Marietta High School,
on the second Saturday of each month except
Junuaiy, July and August,
MAUDN B. ANDREWS,
Sept. 10, '90. Pres. D'd of Examiners,
O. St. M. Excursions.
On ancount of Lodge Free and ac
cepted Masons of Ohio at Cincinnati
the C. & M. By. will sell excursion
tickets Oct. 10 at ono fare for the round
trip.' Tickets good retnrnlnp until
Oct. 23. '
y. k fill I
Livery, Feed and
Tralna leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:40 a m, '11:85 p in.
For St. Louis. 10:40 a m 11:JB p m.
For Louisville. 10:40 a m, 11:25 d m.
For Parkersburjr, 10:40 a mi M.oo a tn, H'.U '
For Belpre, 0:01, 10140, 3:00, 4:55, 11:25.
p m, 7:oo p mi 11:S5 p m.
ForOhllllcothe,10:40 a m, 11:S5 p m. t8:C0
a m, 2.85 p m.
For New York, 4!65 p m, 11!25 p m.
Dally, f Except Sunday.
For detail information regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
etc , address
Q. M. PATHS, Ticket Agent, JJ. & O. S. W
fly., Marietta, O , or v .
G. D. WAnrEi Assistant General Passenger
Agent. Cincinnati; Ohio. .."
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
r,,U&,5??,1ior &" Mi 12, 1885. ' ,
GOING SOU 1U GOING NOHVh
UloveluD i ,
Canal Dover ..
N Comers town..
Trail Kun ;;
Ava...,,. . .
South Olive ,
Klba . . "
AH 'Ja!?.PaI1r oxoept Sundav.
.. nr.AWM, JC.TAYLOh
G. P. T. A.
OHIO' RIVER RAILROAD.
Dally. Dally Bxcepl Sunday.
South-bound. v Vth-bouno
18 5 EASTEnH T1HB l 2 ?
AH TH Tit jlv 1..
iooo 88 8l4o8o3WVUsmBr ?" "
10 00 p8W 8 00 jpf .7 CO 1165 810
Ufn HI Havenswood 10 65 2 00
110 om aSnC7 0 66 12 67
p h p m Pleasant 9 25 12 25
2 IS stf t?aJP1"'. 9001165
2 20 80 Huntington 745 1J 4
W.J. RoniKBON, G. p. A Parkcrsbui
tSE ra,os ,n'a"on7 etcV. call on ? ad.
184 Front Street
ZANESVILLE & OHIO RIVEH.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC. 2nd. 15.
Ar Columbus ..
ix St Paul
8 20 am
6 53 am
7 15 am
7 48 am
8 U am
11 25 a m
2 40 pm
3 18 pm
3 85 pm
4 10 pm
4 83 pm
5 40 pm
8 15 pm
7 20 am
9 00 pm
" Columbus ,
" Stockport ,
Ar Marietta ,
7 25, pm
10 25 p m
11 20 a m
7 40 am
8 60 am
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 01 a m
10 40 am
2 55 pm
8 58 pm
4 58 pm
6 10 pm
5 55 p m
All Trains Dally except Sunday.
yU,on?- iSJl 11 alf olose connections ai
Zanesvllle with the B. & o. and Pan HandK
tr?n5ASSmJ&B Chicago and thi Wwtf
J. HOPE 8UTOU.Becelvor,
C. C. HABM80N. General
MARIETTA & COIMBUS SHORT UNE
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect May 24.. 1 896.
Central Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Throush Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. No. 8. No. 11,
A.M. P.M. A.M,
1 60 A.
Ho. 2. Ho. tj. No li
A.M. P.M. A. M
Leave Columbus 7 15 1201
" Athens .joes
" Polos 10 12 2 45
" Amesvllle 1042 8 15
" c,F"er HIS 3 50 6 so
" Yjmsent 11 87 4 o 6 25
Arrlvo Marietta..., 1215 4 15 7 ao
Trains run dally, except Sunday. CIoob oil
nectlons for all-points north and west.
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The New Yost.
Best, for Speed and ResultsQ
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