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V w & . W fv Vt rf. ft t.V "t. w V, IKS J fc-" F' L, y A And that I had :i glimpse of an Up-to-Date, Grandly Assorted Low in Prico HOLIDAY STOCK That comprised everything to make people happy whether they are young or old. That's where you will have to get your CHRISTMAS PRESENTS As I, Poor Old SANTA OLA1JS, Am Not In It. The stock must have been selected by tho?e who know what the wants of the community are around the Holidays, and I want you to seo it. Don't depend on mo this vear. I am goiim home. You will find HUTCHISON'S BARGAIN STOKE. No. 109 "Front Sheet, Ma rietta, Ohio, the place to get anything von want. " Signed, SANTA GLAUS. -sTURN ON THE CATHODE RAYS-s An Ordinance Our selection of Holiday Goods will Btand tho test. Every Article filled through and through with Attraction, Merit and Worth. Fat and Slim pocUetbooks placed on an equality, as the Prices are Low. Nothing now to hinder you from having A MERRY CHRISTMAS, as you ijet the PRESENT you want for tho PERSON you wish AT A PRICE you can afford to pay. Those who come early will reap tho Hest, and that with little money. Our goods are on Display Loolt at them, Examine them, Price them. It will Cost you Nothing. Wo cordially invito you and shall be disappointed if you don't come. DON'T FORGET that our regular stocks, such as Droits Goods. Trim mings, Linens, Woolens such as hoods fascinators, flannels Ginghams, Mus lins, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, No tions, Stationery, Fast Colored Wash Silks, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Queens ware, Glassware, Tinware, Hardware, Staple Groceries, Carpets, Lamps, Por tieres, Curtains &.: are all full of new. heasonabio goods, at less prices than they can be obtained elsewliuie. Our Confectionery Department is showing u great variety of toothsome sweets. Candies at Gc, Oe, tie and 15c. I Fine Mixed Nuts at 10c lb . Oranges. Lemons, liananas. Cakes, Crackers, Citron, Figs &c. Cleveland Raking Powder at !19c pound. Fancy China Uric a lirae. The Jewelry stock is at its Rest Quadruple Plate Silverware in Tea Sets, Mugs, Cups, odd pieces Tea Pots, Sugar Howls,' Mutter Dishes, Creamers, Water Pitchers and dice assorted stock of Watches which we warrant, and Clocks. A fine lot "ofPins, Rings, Chains, Itraeelets &c. away below any competition. set Our Large Double Folder for full description of our 2(J Departments. lust received a new stock of Rolston Health Club Hooks, now on sale, worth their weight in gold. Rolston Health Food always in -toelc. We claim the purest and best eatables at the Lowest Prices at QUANTING TO F. X. SIIUIUCK AND Ills ASSIGNS Tim H1U11T TO CONSTRUCT, ERUCTAND MAINTAIN A TliLHPHONH and THLuaturii plant in Tim city OFMARinTTA.OIlIO Sectln-J 1 I'm It ordained by tho City Coun cil of ttut.li) f Mil" "tt.t. Ohio, that there ij hereby granted to ! . .- Shurlck-, his success ors or assigns, for n term of :u ) ears after th pas'age of this ordinance, the franchise nud rlitht to cuter upon tho highways, street ami alleys in said City, except ou I'utnatn street between Second and Fiout streets nnd on front street between rutuam and (Iroeno, nud on Oreene street between l''rout and second street, where no polos are to bo placed, nud to construct, erect nnd uinlntaln In, along nnd over the highways, streets, avenues nud alleys, posts, poles, wires nnd other nppllaiices nod fixtures for telephone nnd telegraph purposes, subject to all general provisions of statnte law In force nnd applicable thereto, nnd to such reasonable rules nnd logulntlons respect ing such hlghwnvs. avenues, streets nnd at. ley?, as said Council may from time to tlmo enact. Section 2. Said F. 8. fehurlck nnd assigns are hereby granted the light to construct, erect and maintain a telephone and telegraph plant In said City of Marietta, and to repair, emurhe, uuu rxiomi mo Fame, una carry on the business ol telegraphing and renting tele phones, Section :i, The authority and permission herein granted is subject to tho following terms and restrictions: r (a, All poats and p lies used In tho construe tlon of the lines, in connection with said plant, shall bo reasonably straight, neat and sym metrical and kept painted and placed In or ad jacent to the lines of tho curb of tho sldowallt, or otherwise in such manner as not unreason ably to Impede public travel- Whenever prac ticable, all poles shall bo nlacetl in the allnvs wi nam .ilv, uuu sub soas not iu oxieuu more than the diameter of said poles from tho line of said alleys; and no poles shall bo llnally set without at least one day's notice In writing by said F. S. ShurlcK or his assigns, to the City Kuglneer, who shall respond in writing. In case tho City Engineer objects to the proposed location of any pole or poles, no poles shall bo set In tbo place and places under dl3puto un til snld F. S. bhurlclt or his assigns and the City Engineer shall agree thereon, or the suld F. t. Sburlck or assigns shall have, gained the consent of tho City Couucil to tho location pro posed by him or his assigns, (b, DtirlDir the construction nt tb.it nnrtlnn of said plant which is t be erected In, along, or over the highways, avenues, streets, and aneys oi sam uity o Marietta, tho said F. S Shurlck and his assigns shall not unnecessar ly Impede public travel thereon, and shall leave all said highways, avenues, streets, nnd alleys upon which he or his assigns may enter for tho purpose herein authorized, In as good condition as they were In at tho time of said entry. (O Tho word "plant" shall be deemed to in clude all tho tangible property of every ltlnd and description of said F. f . t-hurlck and his assigns, used in or in connection with this business of furnishing tslephoues in the said city. (d; Tho said F. S. Shurlck, his successors and assigns, by accepting tho franchise and rights heieln granted, agree to bind them selves to save said City of .Marietta harmless from any and all damages arising from or crowing out of the election. inriinten.ini-H. or operation of said poles, wires and other ati- paratus :iection:s. Tho construction of said plant ."'"."".'.' o"vari.wno lives at JMoundsvllle. Ix months and , '.'... .." "-'"""?: "est Virginia; Theodore &. Sheriff's Sale. Fredrick S. Coleman, Afsiijnoe, plaintiff, vs. Joseph McCarly el al, defendants. lly virtue of an order of salo, duly Isstted by j umumiiMii Miuiiiuu A-iuas. oi asmngtou county. Ohio, In the above entitled nctlon, and to inn directed. I will offer for sale, at pnbllc 1 auction, nt the door of tho Court House, in tho city of Marietta, on i SATURDAY, .JANUARY 20, 1SU7, at 1 o'clock, p. m of said day. tho following described roal estate, to-wit: SItuatoln Wash iugton county, State of Ohio, Township of Ma rietta, to-wit: One and M-IOO acres, more or less, being all tho real estate convoved the said Joseph McCnrty, Elizabeth A. McCarty and Nancy J. Coeu by the deed of William O Mccarty, bearing date January 20th, ISM, and fllod for record in tho Recorder's office of said county Mwch20ih, l$ni. Tho same being sit nato In 108 aero lot No. 22, in Rango No. 8, Township No 2 nnd Section No ill. in the Ohio Company's purchase, nnd bounded on ttio north-east by tho Rolling Mill lnnds, on tho north-west and south-west by the Ualtlinore & umu ouuui-treaiorn rnuroao, on the south cast by the Ohio Rivar, nnd belug tho Bamo land conveyed to William C. McCtrty li deed recorded in Vol. 74, nt pages 202, 2ol nnd on pages 20 1, 214,203, and in Vol. 7o on pages 818 and ,'llil of records of deeds of said county, to nil of which nbove mentioned deed, reference is hereby made for greater certainty, except ing, however, tho following doscrlbed portion Of Said tiremlses. hnrAtnfnrn nnl.l ,n thn ra...-. ducors llellnlug Company, to-wlt, bounded and described ns follows: n tho north-west corn er bv tho public road crossing the I). & O, S. v. railroad track, said road now separating the lands of tho grantors herein from the Roll lug Mill lot, thence In a south-westerly direc tion along tho railroad track three hundred and llftv lect, and having a frontage on said railroad of three hundred nnd fifty feet, thenco south-east to tho Ohio River; then nnrtt,. east to said public road, and thence north-west to tho point of beglunlng said parcel of land so excepted containing ono and one-nuaiter acres, more or less, granting and conveying, however, bv said deed nil and singular tbo houses, buildings, structures, stills, machin ery apparatus minn Hnlil nrmnlana Mit ln.l.i. ed In said oxcepted portion. Appraised at Sl.oiji uo Terms cash W V. DYE, Sheriff, Washington County. Dec. J, 5 wks. When looking for dhristmas Presents Gould you ret anything more at tractive than a nico Letter Copying Press for tho oflico of your friend? Wo are just finishing another lot in Rose Enamel and Gold, Large, full size goods, and when presented will give satisfaction and pleasure to tho user, aad re main in a conspicuous place to your credit and remembrance for years to come. Glad to have- you call and see them whether you wish to buy or not. OLINEBROS., Machine Works, Third nnd Hutlcr Sts. Marietta, O. TIME TflDLE. Trains leave Marietta as follow For Cincinnati, Jo:l& a in, il.S3 p m. i;or St. Louis, io:4o a m ll:5 p m For Louisville. IO:40 n m, 11:23 d in. For Pnrkorsburtf, loilo a m,.i5i a m, 1.B5 Jr.Xr,.?Fro 0i.' I0!40 I'M. &. ll:M. pin, 7:oopin, Hswpm. nmtuopm.the' 'WM n m' "ll!2S p " t0!" For Now York, 4!C3 p m, 11:25 p m. pally. tExcopt Sunday. ' For detail Information regarding rates ewddress100 8 Ilne3 SIeeP'nff. Parlor SSi ag'iBaSeSM?6 ABem' "' & ' S' W A&n":cinc,lSSJ?tioShfoan,: G0n6ral Paa Clovoland & Marietta Railway . i4invAlnimni.0r STOD.'MAY 12, 1885. ' UOINGSOUu, GOINONOBTIl L kMi LEGAL NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the llrm of A. G.bchob &Oo , a partnorshli) doing business ks producers of oil, etc., on lease of Joseph N. Dlxons heirs farms in Jackson township. Noble county, Ohio, Is this day by mutual con sent dissolved. William Wendell going ontof said partnership. Tho business will continue In the llrm name of A. O. Schob & Co., Mr. O. J. StOWe tiUtlllL' the nlnpn nt lrt MMni, T.nx. ner. The lease on which said partnership has heretofore conducted business and in which the above change is made is recorded in book 0. pages 1(10-7-8 of the Record of Leases of said Noble county, Ohio. William Wknoell. Nov. 20 Uwks. LEGAL NOTICE. yB Livery, Feed and Sale Stables. COU. THIRD AND CUURCH STREET nomas boat by the Day, Week or Month. Prompt Attention Qlvon to Funerals. Carrlago can bo ordered to and from al) trains to all parts of tho city. Or- dors by tolophone will rocolvp prompt attention. MARIETTA - - . OHIO Hutchison's Bargain Store, No. 169 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio. Store Open Evenings Until Christmas. GEN. MACEO. A Itcport That the I'ulmn Leader Is Allie nnd Wnll In Miitiuiyas, Km West, Ha., Dec. 17. Passcngere nrrhinjj here Wednesday night from Havana report that Antonio Maceo is alivo and well, and is in the province of JIatnnzas. Xntiunal Irrlg.ttliin Congress. Pjiohsix, Ariz., Dec. 17. Three thousand visitors were in Plucnix Wed nesday to attend the fifth annual ses sion of the National Irrigation con gress. Visitors came from U."i states, the eastern men taking us much inter est in irrigation as the arid hind citi zens. Strawberries, oranges, lemons, rTninni. nnil rnr!,mc ntlw,.. LU...;.iMn.: i Ihese passengers say that all of the fruits were presented to the visitors. festivities thnt were going on ir. Ha vana to celebrate his death have been ! ordered stopped since it has become j icuown that he is alive. I Key Wi:.st, Fla., Dec. 17. Cubans ' in this city are jubilant over advices 1 received from Havana. Col. JUnchado, j a prominent cttuan here, has received :t letter from a friend in Havana, stat ing that he accompanied Mnceo into jMatanzas province, and that all is well with him and his forces. A Canniest Clnr.ird AMtli 5urglury. Paisis, Dec. II. A woman who calls herself Countess Kossi, but whoso real name is .Madame (Jaillird, has been ar rested here charged with burglary in having plunueied the residence ol Count and Countess liothe. while the latter were sojourning at Monte Carlo Tho self-stycd countess was born ir. America of ! rench parents and assert; that she was married to an Italian count of the name of liossi, who is now dead. She has long been known it Paris and elsewhere as an adventuress. C'untU'tH Mukla: C'nnnterrult Money. Lk.vvkxwoktii, Kan., Dec. 17. Warden .1. W. Frunch, of the United States penitentiary at Fort Leaven worth, has mado the discovery that a gang of live conricU, four of them sent in for counteroiting. were at work making spurious S.r, hills. Tho leader of the gang was J. C. McKibbed, the prison photographer. Warden French secured written confessions from all implicated and the convicts will be tried for counterfeiting. iu;i:im.mi urn woitu. The Weiitlior. Washington-, Dec 17. Kor Western Penn sylvania and Ohio Threatenln? weather and probably light rain or snow Friday or Friday night Tor West Virginia -I'alr, followed by threatening weather and local showers Fri day. Tennessee and Kentucky Increasing cloud iness, probably local showers Friday morn- I ing; colder in western portions Triday night: aouiiieriy winus Indiana Friday rain or snow with lower temperature, brisk southerly winds. ,;AA "l arm - ri. l.fEi C StJWfRr? ( Capl. Mars You always declared you vould never marry tnvliody but 11 mill tary man, and novr 711 s-ay you lire en 'Imaged to Dr, Cnttlrr. u surgeon. Mis 1'llrtley Wrt, he'b one of the flnncers, Isn't ho? Brooklyn Life. THE MARKETS. " CI.NCIN.VAT1. UCC. 17. TLonn Sprlns fancy. l'.00S125: spring family, J3.Wa.aw. sprint; patent, Jl 70ifia00; winter patent, ?1.7.VJ5 00. fancy. JiaoglCS; family. flTSSi 00; extra, 8i73(&aoo. Iownrade, S15022.75. rye, northwestern, 8.170512 80; ila city. fJL7032.s0. Wheat Ko ? rert nominal ntS5c. Coiin bales: Yollowear.track.Siyc; mlxeil car, track, 20'sc; Ko. 2 mlxca. track, Ko ATS sales. No. 2 mixed, track, 20(4c; do. 20 lie. IIocs Select shippers', ?S.S0aaS7J; select butchers', SJ.3023 35. fair to good packers', 3.20&a3J, fair to good llsht, J3.25iJ3.45, com mon and roughs, J2.50g3.10. Cattle Fair to cood shippers, $aC5S4.40j choico. l 50. good to cbolco butchers', S3.85QIC5, fair to medium butchers', J3.15Q 175. commoniJ2.253l00 SnEEP and IAMns Sheep--i;xtras, $3,230 3.50, good to choice, j:.75Q3.15; common to fair. $i00aiC3. I.ambs-Uxtras, $1.2504 50; good to choice, ti 8331 15; common to fair. ii. 0033.75. Veal Calves Fair to 1 good light, 81 503 5.50; extra, $5.73; common and largo, 8175a Wool Unwashed fine merino oaiOn no. lb; quarter-blood clothlnj, U3t3e; medlnm delaine and clothing, U3I4c; braid, llffil2s; medium combing, 13itHtfc. Washed, lino merino X to XX, 13c, medium clothing, HO 10c; delalno Hecce, 14310c: long combing, 15Q 16c; quarter-blood and low, 13314c; common coarse, 11312c, tub-washed, choice, 17I8cj tub-washed, average, K(317o. New Youk, Dec. 17. Wijeat No. 2 red, December. 86?;e86Jic; January, 8iU80!c: March, 87?ia88 3-l(loi May, 81 15-10383?,c; July, 8).Q8I& CoriN No. 2, 28Ji329ye; December, 28MQ I8ic; May. 3l!S3l!',c. Oats Western, 2ia3Ic: May. 21J-Jc. Toleiio, Q, Dot 17. Wheat No. 2 red, cash and December, 01c; May, 03e; No 3 red, cash, 80a Coiin No 2 mixed, cash, 22Wc; No. 3 do. 20Mc: May. 23?ic ' Oats No. 2 mixed, cash, 18c; May, 20Kc, ltYE-No. 2 cash, ESKc: No. 3 do, 33c, Chicago, Dec 17. Wheat December, 77)c; January, 77Vc: May, 80?ic. COHN December, SZ'ic; January, 22;ic; May, Oats December, I0Vc; January, 17; Mav. 20! jc. Indianapolis, lud., Dec id Cattle Good to choico steeri, J4.I53 4.60; medium and good, !a7531 10; common steers, 3,2333.05. IIocs Good to choice medium and heavy, $3.6033.03; mixed and heavy, $aS'33.30, good to choice lights, $3.3033.35. Sheep Good to choice lambs, Jl.00ai50; common do, $i60Q3.7o; good to choico sheen. $18533.23. ' bhall be commenced within si' com, leted within ono -ear from tho date of the acceptance of this ordinance, and unless so commenced and completed within tho tlmo uuutt: iiiuueu. iue riKms grantea u tins orai nance thall be considered forfeited. The right Is reserved to the said City of Mai 1 etta to place their police ami lire alaim wires on the poles soi-iected by virtue hereof, and for the use of the system thus elected for tho put pose oi transmuting tiro alarms, without court;,! tnereior: uut in no way to lnterfeio with tho telephone or telegraph wirus of said F S. Shurlck or asl;;ns No asilgumenl of the rights and privileges heieln granted to said Shurlck shall bo by him assigned, or transferred to any other peron or corporation, for the purpose of consolidating the rami! with any other i-ystem until tho Council of the said City shall agree to the same. In caoo of a chauga of grade of any street, alley or highway, so occupied by B.ild Shurlck or assigns for purposes herein stated, he or the- shall reset tl.u poles, so as to conform -to the grade of suchstieet, alley, or highway so changed, and In such a manner as the City Engineer shall direct. The lowest who shall not be les than 2 foet above ground at low est point between poles. Tho maximum earlv rental to ntiv sub scriber within tho corporation limits uf said Lily shall not exceed $2.1. Tho said city shall hae tho privilege of using live telephones free of coit. tho Instalments to be placed where ever its Council may dliect Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from ana alter the earliest period allow ed by law. t'ased December l.'.th, HtM S. .1. HATHAWAY. President of Couucil HAUL HHCKUn. Cltv Clerk. December Kth, ls:n;-2t St.0,w;'r,t and Eunice Stewart, wan live nt .'luuieuuuriie, xyier county, west Virginia: Chares btewart, a minor, Mary Neff and Mai tin Neff, who Hvo at Lone Tree, Tvler ,, .' ' " ' 'l lrmia, ana Ada sine and Dal Head! Read! Read! y !, CASONS why von should rcac 1 v 1:1 O.iK'inniiM Daily TlMKS-STAR: 1 1' has tlii? Litest ami most reliable fort'iii as well as ilomestic news; 1 1' lias belter manual ami market reports anil mine spedal corre-s-pon.ients than any other Cin cinn.ui newspaper; IT roni.iins twice as inurh news as any oilier paper si.lil at the same 'priie; IT is a family paper, ami has the largest home circulation of any paper printed in the Ohio Valley. AGENTS VAXjif liVliRYWIIFJtE. Writo Tor Kiiniplu copioo and tortns. Special rnt.es to Postmasters. THE TIMES-STAirciiicinnati, Ohio. Every Woman Sometimes needs a rell ablo monthly rerjnlating medicine. Dr. PEAL'S PENNYROYAL PILLS, Are prompt, oafo nnd certain In remit. Tho usau Ino (Dr. I'eal'f ) nnror du;ppo'nt. Ssnt tuiywaciA A . J. UICII AitOS, Marlotlu, O. One Man Killed nnd Two Injured, Boston, Dec. 17. The collapse of the outer part of n coal hhed owned by Chnpin Wood & Co., No. G13 Atlantic avenue, Thursday afternoon, burled several men under tons of coal and re sulted in tho death of one man and two others are at the Emergency hospital badly, injured. UV k'jy? Vh0 llvo !lt Adonis, Tyler county est Virginia, will take notice that Wm. V. 'iorner, administrator of tho estate of Mary M. Stewart, deceased, on tho Doth day of No vember, A. D Mill. Hied his netltioii in th l'i'obate Court within and for tho county of ashington anil htato of Ohio, showinc that the pernonal estate of the deceased Is not suf ficient to pay her debts and costs of adminis tration; that sho died selzpil in fo ti,nt,. r the following described real estate bltuate in said county of Washington, and State of Olii'i, u .V ,TnwnlotHNos. "anasin Square No. 2 In the Milage of Nhw port, in tho -I'ounshln of Newport, as said Vllfago is platted, and th'o plat thereof recorded In Vol 31, at paces ''13 anil 2l(i or the tecord of deeds and plats in tho ltecorder's olllce of said Washington county on Januaiy 20th, 1SJ5; that Thomas 11. stow art as widower or said deceased is entitled to dower in said premises; and setting forth the names of the heirs-at-law of said deceased, .said petition prays for the assignment of thn dower of said Thomas 11 Stewart In said real estate, and for sale of said premises, sublect to said doner, for tho paynu-nt of the debts and costs of administration or s.ild estate and for all other proper orders iu tho matter. Ino persons above named and notified will take further notice that they are parties de fendant to said petition, which tbev are te quired to ai'swer on or before tho ICth dav of January, a ), lsnr. WW. V. TOItNKIt Administrator of tho estate of Marv m'. Stew art, deceased lly V. li. r.oojns, his Attorney. Dec loii-wks DO YOU EAT BREAD? Jacob Pfaff'a Is unexcoried, as are also hl3 Cakes and Ices. Finest Noaoolltnn Ico Cream that can be made. Particular and personal at, tentlon (riven to servlnpr parties receptions, weddlncs or public din ners. JACOB PFAFF, Putnam St Mo a. 11 00 u. m 12 18 1 08 a. m 7 Co 11. m 2 16 2 10, 2 43 2 61 3 04 11 15 3 2U 3 8G 3 13 i 01 1 11 4 17 1 27 I 42 4 47 4 57 co: s 10, 5 17 5 27 6 37 6 47 5 61 5 58 0 03 6 08 6 20 02S 6 42 6 47 7 05 P. m 12 20 Noll a. m fl 40 0 60 7 00 7 05 7 18 7 SU 7 40 t7 43 8 07 8 17 J.I 9: 0: 8 21 8 35! 8 GO 8 51 B03 0 11 18 2b S 87, U 45 0 K5 10 02 10 07 10 12 10 18 10 23 10 87 10 52 10 67 11 15 p. m. 15 Cltivuifitj , A&rou Canton Toledo Vallov.i. Canal Uavut Odborts lilftcftBana.. PhUHpahurg Uolf'o ... N Comorrtowu Post Unv Quorneoy. Ultabolton ., . Mlllor'a..... Oldham's., Cambrldgo .. .nuuoiaon rtt-iiviiiA Trail llun.".:;;. rt.l'ieasant "lenwooj. . Ava Ilclln Vftllnn ' Caldwell....... Dudley South Ollvo., . DoxtorClty.... Maossburir Klba Warner Whlnnln Btanlnv. . Cay wood . .., Marlotta tstop on Signal K.w.pTQ8E,a"yciccpls,Sld; liCoi p. m 2 66 145 12 82 5 50 a. m 1130 1105 10 55 10 40 10 41 10 2S 10 17 0 58 0 40 9 20 0 19 0 12 8 68 8 40 8 85 8 SO 8 22 8 16 8 03 7 5 7 49 7 40 7 83 7 29 7 21 7 18 7 081 7 00 6 48 6 43 0 25 a. m. 2 26 p. a TI0 7 21 7 CI 40 44 0 67 0 32 0 a 6 18 G 64 6 48 5 41 sec 5 11 E OS H67 10S 4 G7 4 CS 4 44 4 17 4 !6 18 8 03 8 68 8 47 838 8 48 8 17 8 8 18 2 12 p. m 11 Q- P. & T. A. J. C. TAYLOU, Oupt. Trana f 1IIAP.LE8 W. UICH AIW.S. Vs Attorney nt Law, Office on Putnam Strcot, Atarlctti.u rp KWAKT, - Attornev at l.mv OaicolnLawIluilillnn, Marietta.' 1 J. CUTTER, Attornev Rt Lnu Ami Nnlnrx- Il,ll, Olllco on Second Street, oppoilto Union Dop'oi. F JAliEZ ISELFOI5D, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Room S Mills Ulock, Corner Putnam and Second streets. Notary Public. MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE Toledo & Ohio Central Ext'n. Tlmo Tobloln EfToct May 2d, 806 Control Standard Time. The Only Lino out of Marietta with Through Parlor Car Service Be- tween Marietta and Columbus. NORTHBOUND. LOOMIS W. U. attorney at Law, OOIco East cor. Kront and Putnam. Martens r P. WAltD, 1 Real Estate and Loan Aitent, Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, o DH. C. XV. EII)V. i orflco No. 304 Front Stroot. Opposite Soldiers' Monumeut. ItCBldcnce No 518 lourth Street. Tclcuhono connection. r&yj. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND SUn GKON. Ofllce and residence 507 Sixth street, Phone No. 211 Nov.57th-:,'m9s. flat?-.!. C Ilaidy, M. D olllce corner Sec ond and Putnam streets. Telephone 73. Olllco hours 11 to 12 and 2 to 4. 311. r. Halt M. U Physician and Surgeon. Ofllce and Residence No. ,110 Kront street. Te lephone No. (,'). tl.Janl.'Oli. 'HTCHAS. S. HART. M. 0 onlce and rosl dence No. :,) I'utuam street. Telephone 209. y-DR T. S. WARD, Dentist. Law Hulldlng, rooms 7 and s. Ofilco In Z2TDII. C. V. DYE, Dentist, Marietta, Ohio. Olllce 2'.0 Front Street, ovor Wels' Grocery. JOHN A. HAMILTON n, r, KIIAP1 HAMILTON & KRAFT, Attomeys-at-Law. omce room, I Mills Building, Cor. Putnam and Second streotn. P. T. O'A'CIM,. .,. U. A1IU10KN. O'.VJllLI. A- AIIL1IOKN, Attorneys al Law and Notary Public. Col lections promptly n ade. Room 12, Colonial lllock, Marietta, Ohio. Lcavo Muictta... " Tunnel ".. " Vincent " Cutler ; miey .;:; ' Sharpsburc .'. . ". Amebvlile AiTlvoPalos " Athens "" Columbue Charleston, W. Va Clovelnna xuieuo it m Detroit ' n on Chicago .....; - No.l. A.M. n 00 n 10 0 117 5: 10 21 10 35 10 52 11 25 3 20 P. M. 2 25 S23 30 No. 3. No. 11. P.M. A. M 2 10 4 ot 2 23 I 4 82 2 40 5 25 S 01 0 15 3 SO 7 IE SO 7 25 8 41 8 80 4 12 0 26 8 33 10 63 . . M 7 15 I 60 A. M 11 30 G 15 7 40 SOUTH BOUND. Lcavo Columbus.... " Athens " Palos " AmcBVillo.... " Cutler " Vincent Arrive Marietta 1.2.Np., No 12 A.M. P.M. A.M. 7 15 10 12 10 42 11 IS 11 37 12 15 13 01 10 53 2 45 8 16 3 60 4 0 4 45 5 30 6 26 7 .10 NYK A FOLLETT, , Attornoys at L Olllco In Law lluihtlus. Mailettu, BE. GUYTON, .,?,. . . Attorney at Law. Offlco in Law Bulldlug, Manctu, o UNDERWOOD & LUDEY, Attorneys At Law. Corner Second and Putnam Streets Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio. Collections promptly attended to. W"DR. W. M. HART, DEHTI3T. Offlco 12 Putnam St,, between Front and Second. Jlff'Dli. E K Enny, Dentist. Offlca 804 Front street, opposite Soldiers Monument, Gas administered. iSTDR. GALLAGHER Diseases of the eye and nttlng of plasses. Law Building Putnam street. $. M. HART, Dentist. Offlco over Witt llg's Jewelry Store, Front St. Hours from 9 a, m. to 5 p. m. ISSTAIiUSIIIill 1807 GEO. StIIECKKH. HKNItV STltECKEh GEO. STRECKER & CO., Manufacturers of Marino, Stationary and Oi H ell Hollers, Oil Tanks, Smoke Stacks and Tube Expanders. Special attention given to repairing Hollers in the oil llelds. We employ none but the best mechanics In this line, Give us a trial we know we can please you, Omce and works on West Side. On account of tho Christmas and New Year Holldoys the C. & M Ry will sell excursion tickets to all points within tho territory of the Central Passenger Commute at rato of ono and ono-thlrd tho ilrst-class limited fare for the round ttlp. Tickets will bo sold and good go ing Dec. 21, 15 and 81 and .Ian. 1, good return- Bn , ,,, , ruriurtner iniormatloncall ,'U v.. Page, D. & M. By. ticket agents or address E. V ;o, G. P. A Cambridge. BAUM'S :-: TONSORIAL :-: PALACE, Finest Recently Refilled. TI10 Plnco in Iho City. Citizen's Nntioual Uanlt IllocU, corner I'utnumand tjeeontl streets. CUT GLASS AND FINE CHINA What is quite so nico l'or OIIRISTMAS ? Oall in and seo my raro assortment. Also Dinner Sots and Chamber Sets Decorated. Mrs. C. W. Holz, 286 Front Street. s.j- MATH A WAV, Altnrilut' nt f Bsr. Ovei Loader Otllco. Cor, Front and Putnam WAWEIl & OUICTIS, Physicians and Surfjreons. (HOMOSOPATIIIO.) Olllco and residence, on Socond street, three doors abovo tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages and Wagons MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE RE GARDLESS OF COST. Before buying a vehicle, don't fail to call on tho 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. TH0S. C. BAY, 215-17-1!) Second St. MARIETTA. O. ctta, O. Agcat' UnIon DPt. Mart T. I). DALE. RccclvCeryiNCENT' G" P T- W'M- MORSE. Super'itoiidonl. 2ANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVEh". TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEO. n,l. WMy ' GOING NORTH Lv'ilatletta " uowell " Vateiford " Stockport " Malta " Zanci'vlllo At Columbus Ar Chicago Ar St Paul GOING SOUTH. Lv Chicago " Columbus " Zinesvlllo ' Malta " Stockport " Wnterfoni " Lowell ArMatlotta Mo. 70. 0 20 a m 0 M a m 7 15 am 7 48 am 8 11am 9 20 am U 25 a m 0 00 pm 1 30 p m No. 7i 7 25 pm 7 40 am 8 60 a m 12 am 0 48am 10 04 a m 10 40 a m No. lit. 2 40 p m a ia p m a xi p m 4 10pm 4 33 pm iiipm 8 15pm 7 20 am No. 711 10 25 p in 11 20 a m 2 65 pm 3 68 it m i 21 p m 4 58 pm 5 10 pm 6 55 p m !SfMfc jiife!fe Hj.. VM .st. jm.. jfu. M nVVJNMVMM I pother carload to arrivo gpj in ton days wo will sell jpiat it liberal discount. Mtf Now is your chance. All Tralno Dally oxcept Sunday. C. C. HAHMBOK. GcnoralPaBSongorAKt OHIO RIVER RAILROAD. irtWffJSliSi; I2' "" p'BongorTraln8 Dally. H-Dally Except Sunday. Soutb-bouno:. 7orth.boiunl 18 5 EASIEHN TIMS t S ?u AM PM I'll . " '?25tiaoi.. 16 Wheellnit 10 45 f?. S i li ii i S.. Moundsvillo 10 C8 2 65 6 18 SSY Hi S """artlnavlllo Dl 8 2 1 47 0 15 etBtorflvllIo 8 45 uo. i ni) triiuamstown 10 00 8 3) 8 00 ( ' i JiUIil-Ug, A M P M 1110 4 40 1210 5 65 110 (153 P M P M 120 7 10 2 20 810 717 7 CO ilavcnswood Mason Cltv Pt. Ploaeant Galllnolla Huntlnxton 20 147 1132 1165 AM 10 55 18 5 24 6 05 350 8 10 All 2 00 Y . J . KOMKSON. Q, P. A For mtPfl. InfAfmnM.. drees. w'; 0 tr. 12 57 0 25 12 25 0 00 11 55 715 114 For rates. Information, oVc., call on or al ILL HcriLAnnirm. 131 Kront Strem The New Yost. in F. H. Dutton & Son., y 515 Pourlli atroet. EXPRESS WAGONS WSFfisjR.JK;?,!: vjriti-yRHSiijyMJT'r" sXATM f wicamr w syjjs l -VT Best for Speed and Results K 7 i . I SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFFICE WK. i . iUV . lW,y , , J, yii it, t.it2.2(u!'( j. 4 m-V..v is til k .. i v iii ill I, fir'.'