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Ever "offered in this city, will
be put on sale at
No. 169 Front Street, com
mencing February 1st, and
continuing until sold.
One case, BO pieces, now, 40 Inch
wide, brocade, dress goods. Tho new
popular shades In blues, reds, browns,
grays, etc., a quality that brings readi
ly 3Cc a yard; our price for this sale
only ISc a yd. One case 24 no. 42 In.
wide dress goods. The new shades and
patterns going at 25c a yd; regular
prlco 48c a yd. Ono case of 32 In.
wldo, heavy quality, pretty styles, mix
ed green, bluo and brown. Our prlco
9c a yd: regular price 18c a yd.
We are ottering new goods Just re
ceived from the eastern markets at less
prices than you can buy old goods at,
Come and we'll convince you.
Ono case 40 pieces, plaid dress goods,
at 10c a yd.; worth ISc. Many other
surprising values In dress goods, finer
qualities. Come to us for tho latest
trimmings, Jet, sllla braid, ami ap
plique, pretty new effects at half usual
We have lots of goods we are clos
ing out at great bargains In flannels.
skirts, blankets, ladles' and children's
jackets, underwear, hosiery, gloves,
furs, capes and men's shirts; lots that
must go out this month.
One case, BO pieces, wldo, heavy per
cales, light, medium and dark colors,
regular ten cent quality our price, 5
c a yd.
10 pieces extra heavy black Bourette
stripe dress goods, worth 2Bc per yd ,
going at 12 Vc a yd. for this sale. Our
offerings In our Dress Goods Depart
ment exceed any stock In values ever
offered In the city. New goods every
100 pieces No. CO All silk ribbons,
brocade and striped, white and colors;
worth 40c a yd., going at 15c and 18c a
yd. Silk lace and other laces at 5c a
yd, worth 10 to 25c a yd. 10,000 yards
embroideries at 3c, 4c, 5c to 10c a yd.
Away under regular prices.
100 job lot of umbrellas, 2C and 28
Inches, a manufacturer's samples, go
ing at half regular prices, 39c EOc, C5c,
75c, $1.00 and $1.25.
In the small ware goods our prices
are oue-thlrd to one-half regular
prices. Towel holder at 5c; match
holders 3o and 4c, worth 10c. La
dies' and Misses' Woolen Slippers at 37
45 and 50c a. pair; were C5c to $1.00.
Seth Thomas Parlor Clocks, 8 day, at
$2.50, worth $5,00. Office clocks to
close, nt $2.98. Cuff Buttons at 10c a
pair. Crepe ,Ltsse Ruchlngs at 10c,
12V6C and '15" d a yd. Worsted and
Wool shirtwaists at 50c, 75c DSe and
$1.25. Just half regular prices.
This is a chance to make a dollar go
as far as two.
Ladles' Fleece Lined Vests at 12Vc.
QUEENSWAUE, 100 piece decorated
Dinner Sets at $5.48 and $5.98 Plates
15c, 20c and 28c a set. Tumblers 1
cent each. Wash Bowl and Pitcher at
48c. Glas3 Water Set pitcher, 0
glasses and tray, all for 25c. 9 Incu
borry dishes at 10c. Jardenlers at 10c,
Handled beer glasses for 3c, worth 10c
25 Parlor and Library Lamps, select
ed from our $2 50, $2 98. $3 23 and $350
priced goods put cm sale for only $1,9S
Tubular Lanterns at 35 c, worth 50c.
Wo make the lowest prices ever
made on all goods.
Skates at 25c a pair. Piles at 3c, lc
and 5c. Hundreds of bargains In cut
lery, spoons and silverware. Quad
ruple plato tableware at $1.00, worth
$2.00 and $2 50. We have special bar
gains In these departments for this
A choice lot of medallon pictures
bought at a sacrlflce.wlll bo sold cheap
going at 50c to $3.00 and $4 00, worth
Lace Curtains and Draperies at the
lowest prices yet, for quality and size,
a pair at 39c, 49c, C2V4c, 85c, $1.25,
$1,75 and $1.98. Thebo prices repre
sent goods worth cry much more than
you have ever seen. Draperies at 5c,
8c, 10c to 20c a yd. Just half rgular
prices. Brocade drapery sllic at 35c,
worth C5c a yd
S.-.WINQ MACHINES -We make
t-e lowest prices on machines of any
house in the U. S. We have tho goods
to prove It. Tho Muskingum, our own
brand on a high class machine, 2
drawers, at $18 00, 4 drawers at $22.00
A drop head at $25.00 Wheeler &
Wilson now Improved No 9, the best
machine on the market, nt $25 00, a
rare bargain, all new and from the fac
tory. Window shade's at 10c and 1214c
on rollers. Lace trimmed nt 30c and
16c, a bargain. A full size child rock
er at 10c, worth 25e.
CLOTHING, HAT AND SHOE DE
PARTMENT Tho oldest shoppers
will catch their breath In astonishment
tt the prices -we are making here.
Boys' never rip Knee pants at 28c, 38c
and 48c. All wool at 48c and C8c.
Underwear at half regular prices. 42
suits for men, sizes 34 nnd 35, going at
a price, If you can use them, it Is big
Overcoats and Ladles' and Misses'
Jackets going at half price and less.
a lot of sweaters at mc and 48c.
BOOTS and SHOES We claim
some advantages that permit us to
name prices that are lower than the
lowest. Call and tee how much we
can save you. We have, been fortunate
in securing a large stock of fur hats
for Men and Boys, at 50c on the dollar.
New Goods, New Styles. You get the
benefit. See in Clothing Department,
Hundreds of Bargains we can show
you when you visit us that will pay
you. We claim tho LOWEST PRICES
MADE anywhere. Do not fall to vis
it our stores this week,, it will pay you.
, Wo claim the largest and busiest
grocery departmont In the clt,y, at
1 69 Front Street.
--JB-HB"-CC"fr C C -
Gossip of Gotham Town
Some of tht Things That
. a-Wagging in
J C -M5- C--
The new Defeifdcr, which Is Io keep
America's cup against. Sir Thomns Lip-
ton s yacht, tho
Sim m rock. Is to be
launched In May.
The old Ideas of
boats are demol
ished by this queer
monster. Her cast
kcc-1 is composed of
close to 100 tons of
lead, inateud of a
big timber, and her
mainsail Is far
Inigcr than that of
cVttr the Caph Won. the Constitution.
Bho will bo plated with Tobln bronze,
instead of planked with wood, and she
will enrry far more than a modern
The building of a cup-defender Is
comparatively cheap. No effort la
made to provide her with costly fit
tings nud the material Is not ery ex
pensive. Hut the huge si?e of her can
ns, nnd the fact that bono but man
power can bo used In making sail, ren
der tt an expensive matter to man tier.
There niuyt be 30 of the ilnest sailors
ocr raised to pull nt ono rope at any
moment, nnd In this country It Is men
thnt count men and tholrkecp.
No cup-defender as overtaken upon
a long cruise without first being1 con
verted into a tclioone.', which enables
li-cr to dispense with half her crew, al
though her speed Is thereby reduced.
Even Banker J. PIcrpont Morgan, tho
purchaser of tho Xlaj flower, had her
turned Into a two-sticker before using'
her for traveling.
Counting cost nnd maintenance, it
takes about $350,000 to keep the Amer
ica's cup at home, nnd the craft that
docs It will be worth little after the
race until rebuilt. Tho men who bear
this cxpenso have to be very public'
spirited. Thej get little ndvci Using or
approbation out of It.
I doubt if the names of any members
of the half-dozen suecesslvo jaeht
i-y ndlcatcs ni e know n to the public cava
those of Messrs. Morgan, l'orbes nnd
fselln. The rest sunk their reward In
their consciousness of virtue.
Tlie Grecu-liooill Klnir.
Poor old James McN'ally, the"Qreen
Goods King," has again announced his
Intention of being1
means that he has
kept little of the
$3,000,000 that he
has won from the
who have come to
town to buj coun
terfeit money and
have not even got
It may puzzle U to Not lUng of Ih,
jou that the game '''"'
has been plaved so long, In spite of so
many exposures, nsd is being played
still. It purzled me until I said to Mr.
McNnllj: "How can the thing go on
3 ear after jear In n country where
everjbod goes to school?"
'That's just the reason why it is pos
sible," said McNftllj j "everj one's stuck
on himself over here. Half the men
who kept my business going knew be
fore they ever set out for New York
how it was run; but each one of them
said to himself: 'I guess I'm' smart
enough for them city fellers, B'jeel'
"If itweren question of a horse trade.
It might be true. But iu a strunge
place and a strange game, vvhatchancei
have the? Most of 'em ore vain
mough to keep still when they've been
tnken In there you have the whole
philosophy of the business. Of cour&u
there are some who aie really Ignorant,
nnd they're the easiest meat. The oth
ers we have to 'tfovv a scare into,' as
George Appo said."
McNully has not for jenrs worked
the green-gootlb gnme himself. lie fur
nished the enplt.il, hired the operating
joints, "squared" the police, went ball
for his clients when arrested and was,
In short, the chief of a clan of as slick
a set of operators as ever wore high
And green-goods swindling is not a
thing of the past, cither; don'timaglne
Squirrel Inn No, 1.
Amid all the talk about Bishop Pot
ter's apology for the saloon, which
stirred New York
so profoundly a
few weeks ago,
the work of fitting
up "Squirrel Inn
No. 1" goes merrily
on, and it is now
about ready to be
It is on the Bow
between two sa
pluceB are ten to
the block in that
Bishop hotter is 4fci&
part of town. Indeed, the owner of the
inn evicted a saloon-keeper to make
room for flie new business. There will
be temperance drinks, food at reason
able prices, reading rooms, dance floors,
or "spielln' space," as fbe Bowery
phiase has it, nnd women as well as
men will be welcomed at concerts and
other enteitalnmcuts. Nobody will be
expected to study or seek self-improvement
In any way, or to do anything
except enjov himself If he can. There
will be no texts on the wall and no
preaching. It Is simply an attempt to
provide il poor mau'sclub where no one
can get drunk. ,
. The Vandcrbilts, Morgans nud
Dodges, upon whom Bishop Potter can
nlvvu.vs call for whatever mopey ho
5g ALL THE NEWS
DILY, 6 CTS. PER WEEK
wants for his plans, have provided the
inn with plenty of mopey, and Mrs.
llradford has guaranteed about $12.
OCXXln rent nnd taxes.
The Bowery, vvhjch Is noted for ex
quisite belmlpr when II feels tliutvtiiy,
will not nnnoy the new experiment by
uny rowdyism. There Is more think
ing upon social problems nnd n warmer
welcome for honest experiments on
the Bowery than you would suppose.
And there is a good de,al of simple, kind
ly humnn nature.
The Bowery Is not the toughest pnrt
of New York. That dubious honor Is
reserved for. the giddy, flashing, loften
Proof-rteniUnic 2 n Minnie.
Some dnjs ngo Baurke, Cockrun de
livered a speech In the west upon a top
ic of national In
he called up a New
rnteft, two dollars
"I'd like to have
jou rend over my
speech," he said;
"1 dictated It to
one of your report
ers before I left
lit Voesn't Cjre fof- Ei.
home, nnd didn't have n chance to rea'd
"There are 5.000 words of it, Mr.
Cock ran; do you want the wbo)c man
"Yes, let, her gol"
For -three-quarters of an hour thnt
particular vvMrc was busy. The article
was read slowly, the author pausing
nt frequent intervals to consider the
turn of n phiase still at two dollars
per minute. He changed some of the
sentences, comparing the finished
speech with the Mough draft left In New
York, until he was satisfied that the
latter was a fair report of what he was
going to say. Then he "rung off" and
paid a hill or about $90 to the telephone
The man who did this In his desire
for accuracy wus, when he fiist cume to
the United Slates, a porter In a whole
sale drj goods store. And he was a
good porter, his vast strength nud
faithfulness to business making him In
valuable. Such a mnn was bound to get on. lie
went Into politics, was admitted to
the bar and becumc thegrentest orator
in Tammauv. He possessed the gift of
talking. When he spoke the blood was
pumped from his big, strong heart to
his full face, until his features, rather
impassive in repose, became eloquent
He wub too strong a man io stay In
Tammany without quarreling. For
j ears he has been on bad terms with
Croker; and, former worklugman as
he is, he has had the entree, when he
chose to use it, to the best so
ciety In Europe and America, He has
n country place on Long Island near
those of the Vandcrbilts and Uclmonts
nnd Whitney s. He Is a made man, nnd
not jet old nor beginning to be old.
Who says that the wave of theater
reform has not struck even New York?
The Park theater
in Brooklyn was
the scene of Min
nie Conwnj'B tri
umphs years ago.
It lias seen Bern
hardt, Irving and
other foreign ce
I e b r i ties, nnd
and all the
of the first rank.
Hits ahsl Comt Off in a n d therefore
metiers. lui(CS the drairm
seriously. Hence nt every performance,
just as the curtain, Is nbout to rise,
the ushers pace solemnly down the
aisles, and, taking the time from the
head usher In the middle ulsle, repeat
the chorus: "Ladles who have large
hats on will please take them off," and
some of them don't, ns Is the way of lu
dlts, but the ushers have done their
Without Invitation from tho ushers,
the reform does go on In more mode: i
playhouses. You will often see n wom
an who happens to bo pocketed behlud
n big hat lean over and ask the other
woman to take it off. That wouldn't
have happened three cars ago. When
women themselves order hats off. off
they conic. The patent collapsible
theater hats for women nre all fnll
uiesj they won't wear 'em.
Soldier Who Wore Not llrruea.
The official Investigation of the Sev
cnt);first regiment bears out the view
of their conduct which I expressed In
this letter some weeks ago. The men
wcic badlv led nt SanJuan.nnd went to
pieces. Maj. Keck, who was n private
when the war broke out, did the, best
he could with the Third battalion when
the first two had hid, and Capt. Ituffer
1y and some other officers uldcd In
showing thnt there was good material
in the command. But the colonel and
Ileutenant'colonel nml one major
were not there nud the mcu of the
Nineteenth regulars ground their heels
into the backs of the men, matching
over them as they lay prostrate. When
there were In camp In the United
i Slates thousands of men cursing tltilr
inies because the.v were not senl to
Cuba, it was ruther n pity that tlree
bud officers should have -eeu there,
-who so little appreciated inelr privi
lege os to giro a good command u bad
Jiume. dwen iANaixN
ALL THE TIME c
WEEKLY, $!,0u PER YEAR 5r"
Ktep the Btuy Tongues
TRAVEL AS TRAMPS.
Novel Experience of Two Students
- of Princeton University.
Make n Slmlr at the "Wnmlcrlni
Willie" Problem Iij- MlnBlInn
Willi '1'liU Tjiio of Dc-
Two members of the rlars of 1001,
Princeton university, mnde a remark
able experiment during the Christmas
holidays In practical sociology us np
pllcd to n study of the tramp problem
In New Jcrecy. They put on old
clothes, plnced revolvers In their pock
els tho exact, thing n true "hobo"
would not hnvu done mid left Piiticc
lon wllli not n penny In their pockets.
Waller Wyc-kou", who mnde himself
famous by playing traveling Inbmer
for two years and writing boukB on his
experiences, Is now- n professor ut
Princeton, and these two young men
arc members of his class. They wanted
to practically lest their teacher's
Tho students were Charles A. Foster
and Alfred T. Kltgeiald. That Is to
sny, these nre the names they gave out.
Their "liump nniius" weie "Hump"
They left Princeton on fool and got
their first meal at n farmhouse. Thcii
they boarded n railroad train and
"bummed" their way to Monmouth.
On the Irnln, which was a freight, they
fell in with some "hobos" and got n
glimpse of their life there. At. Mon
mouth they were challenged by the po
lice and spent the night In the city jail.
Near I'eith Am boy they fell In with n
big camp of tramps, nnd one of them
was particularly striking. Of hldkbnc
of the Pilnceton niensavs:
"I nsked him why he did not settle
down, in his reply there wns the loglo
of the npvicut Phocn(clun philosopher:
'Why work when one can subsist on the
labors of others?' He was intelligent,
yet seemed to lack that nmbltlon that
turns intelligence into piactlc.il use;
capable of effort, yet too lazy to profit
by It; well read, yet unable to make use
"lie was n great admit er of Kipling,
nnd, to my amazement, quoted several
selections of his verse, the 'Itcccsslonnl'
especially, with much spirit. Ills reel
tallon of 'Sestlnn on the Tramp UoynP
brought the whole crowd ubout him."
v FOND OF MUSIC.
l'rolilelll IMcKlulr.i linjoj s (lie Sliitt-
IllK of IIIn Mj.cc, MIhn Alllhel
Miss Mabel McKlnley snug nt the
Metropolitan cliuieh, Washington, the
other morning. The president Is es
pecially fond of the music of her voice,
nnd requested she would sing for l)r.
Bristol's congregation as she sang nt
St. Paul's Methodist chiitcb on a pre
vious Sunday. Since Miss McKlnley
has been visiting nt the white house
both the president and Mrs. McKlnley
have had a feast of the songs thry most
enjoy. The president dois not pietend
to appreciate the fcomlcluudcul style of
composition of the present day. where
the accompaniment Is a Uiuly to which
the song Is supplementary. A simple
ballad like "Louisiana Lou" or "Daddy"
Is more Io his taste. In the afternoon
when the most piessing duties of the
day nre over Miss McKlnley nml Mlsw
Shields sing In the upvtnlis library,
while the door is U f I open to the room
where the piesldent trnusnets execu
AUTOMOBILE PATROL WAGON.
Gcrrj Socli-ly of Nc irl. Cll In
Ilnvc n IIoiitclrMH Vcl.tclr Io
The Geny society of New Yoik city
has closed a contract with Ulehuid
Crokei's autotruck company for one
automobile patiol wagon for carrying
children fiom the society's looms in
HustTweuly-thlid street to the various
couith. This, is said to be the first or
der for nn automobile palrol wagon
that lias been given to the new com
pany. Tire price of the wagon was not
disclosed. The cost of the patrol vvngon
for horses Is $b00 nnd the expenses of a
dl(ver nnd cure of the liorj has been
$125 a month. It was reported that au
tomobiles would in the mar future re
place Hie horse patiol wagons In the po
l(ce dep ir'nienl.
& Almanac and
w for 1899 '
of the Spanish
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READY FOR SALE
JANUARY tst, 1899. J
The Battle Calendar
of the Republic
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IAtiSlnry of Nnvv Orlo.ms "Tho
Kntomoloulsi" lUnctratcd by
iSHNATOn IIOAH'd noinlnleccncoH
MRS .tnilM IIRRW.S Stnjo Itoml-lilin-eucesi
JORI. CHANDLnil IIAItltlSS now
collect Ion nt tun Ics. ' Tho Chrnn
Ides of Aiiut Minerva Ann "
(J S MIIOItT SKIUAL, "A thlp of
ItonntlT attNT'S Sonrch-LlBht
Letters C'ouiruon yeuso llss.ijs
SIDNRV LANintl'd Musical Im
rfEloni C.I) (iltbON'S 'Ilio Seven Aitsnf
Amorlcan Women and other not
ablo Art t eaturtM by other .irtHtH.
TJIi: riJLT.,, ILT.USTlt.Vl l,l
DI.SCKIIMIDNS II If 1I1IJ
Aiiovi:, HKNr ritni! io
THU 'MAO INK IS 83 00 A
YJIVIl. JJfic A NtllMIIICIl.
C1IAS bl'UlllNKIl'.S SON'!,
lRMr.7 llirill AYKNUi:,
Tho lloat I'nper nt tlio Lovreat I'rlrp,
A YEAR FOR ONE DOLLAR.
As good as a daily at tbo prlco
of a wookly.
liming tho apanlsli-Amorlcin war
I'iii: Tiiiuci&v-Wkkk. Woui.ii proved Its
iiont value by llio promptness, tlioi
mi(;liiH'Sj and accuracy of IU reports
fiom nil Uk. Rci'nehof Import-int ovuiiln.
It was uh useful as n dally to tlio rend
it, und IL will beoftqiial vuluo in le
portlnj,' tlio i;redt and complicated
tiuestloiis wlili'h nre now before the
11 prints tlio nous of all tlio world,
having speel.il currebponilunce from all
Important news points on tlio j,'lobe.
It lias brilliant Illiistrnllous, utorics by
liroat authors, a capital humor pico
complolo marliets, iloiiirlments for the
liousuliolil and nomen'A work and nthei
special di'purluiLiits ci( niiuvnnl Intei
est, We offer this unriitiallcd ni'Uf papi'i
and Tin: W'Krm.Y Liiin:i: tOKelhui- mif
year for l.05"
Tlie regular Kiib.crlplioi) price of the
two papers Is J 00.
t . hi
A Bicycle that is built at
home is the one to buy.
is such a Bicycle.
Patronize the industries
ol your home.
For Christmas presents. Ele
gant line of Oil Lamps at about
half price. - Chandeliers and
Brackets. All kinds of Natu
ral Gas Stoves and Heaters.
First Class Plumbing at reas
09 Butler Street.
TNO.BKIVINGTON. M, D.
I Can bo conaulted at resldonen rnr Fifth
and Wooater Sts t'hon e fitl. All orders left
m.n rf muuurua irrurjoioro win oa promptly
Af.THIl c OtlUTSH,
fnysioians Ana uurseona.
0(B and rwldcnce, on (Second treat, lhx
doors above tho Court-bounvMirtsltn, lUitn
Q J. 11AT8JAWAV,
AltarHer ant Ijut.
Orel Loador fjaicS.
u-or, rront ana v
Trnlna Arr)ovnt nnd Ilojiurt from TJnloL.
KlllHnl I t i.tllnnll I.J III
Louis and all points
...".. West, South anJS-MOst.
MS JO p m-liolpro, Athens, tAillll. 6 00 a nr,
coiliu, Ciiiclnnatt und
. . . Y.a Htailons.
I 05 p ru Itolpro, Athens, Chilli- 0 20 tr
eoilio, Clnclnniill and
Loiitsville. St. Louts
and all pointy, est mid
poiltli. ,, '
11 10pm-ll.'lpr, I'nrkonbnru, t 1 tope
, UlillUoolho, ClnLluiintl
nnd vvav Htatimia
I 7 01 n in Ifntiun i'hiiii.n,i. nt-
(lnniilt, Lnutavlllo. Ml,
..unil.. t-niraito mid all
IkjIiUh vveat, south nud
ft Vfl ti in ParLAihnrr. n TiAt.
x. i i,r .. "i"
r 11 10 p m Itolpro Local
t T 00 p in Uolpro, I'arkereburp, Sv S 00 a m
..,, . viunnuia, Uiani4
burg, Grafton, and nil
7 01 p m-lh Ipro, I'arl.Wg, Ha- 50 a m
'"'" '."rHsourBi orar
Iu, Washington, Haiti
nioronnd way stations.
IS 10 p ra-arkrrsbiirK. Vasblng. Mtlntn
ton, llaltlmoro. lhll.i.
oelphli and Now York.
8 54 a in-I'nrliersbiirp, Washing- 11 SO p m
9 Urn. llaltlmoro, l'hlla-
delphla. New York, lios
ton and all points oasL
tv.. .J3r '?'." 'Eaccpt Sunday.
iiJSLi t,.?VIBh ,tlcll0l to "'I PolutH In tho
. V-1. v; , '. - -" mien mules, pieetiiDi?
V' wn!ilT1?'.TlcICt AKent' Marlottn. O.
ClnclnnatV,a ml PaaaeaB AB""i
ZAWr.SVILLE & OHIO ftlVER.
TIUK CARD IN KIVKCT DEC. ;nd. 1SJ5.
" St.ii kport
Vr Coin mliaa
' CnllluihliH .....
" Zanesvllio ....
" St. ckport i,..i
0 SO am
" 11 a in
7 45 ft ni
8 18 am
18 p m
"Ji p m
I 10 JIM
U3 p ni
6 40 p ir
7 f 0 p m
7 on am
0 II am
II It am
i on p ti
J 6S p m
3 10 ii m
4 SI pm
6 '0 i n.
B in p IB
7 0) p m
II 1 pn
7 40 am
S 40 a sn
0 12 am
8 4b a ni
10 4)4 a m
Iff 10 am
All Trania iiaiij ejicw,i Sunday.
V. C. JUUU1SON. HenoralPaoicnKorAKi.
MARIETTA & GOLOMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & Ohio Central Ext'n.
rimo Table- In EfToot Jul3rd. 1808
..... iMiurtiu i lino
N'l. 1. No. ),
A.M. x. U.
Leave Matletta 7T0 ii
:: ? ::::.:::::::: S S
Arrlrofrloa ..'...... 10V0 til
Colunibns .f 2 2S p m 7 4J
" Charleston, W.Va V'or
'Ve.S'r,U 25 M
" Detroit.... " s 40 nil
' Chicago.:.::::;;::;";;;.; " ? lis
' SOUTH BOUND.
No 2 No 4
Leave Columbus fto TTo
' Athena J
" 1'aloa 10 s? J 5?
cvuieV"0 -''. I' 5; S
iviuiei 11 ii ,i 11
' Vlncunt s jm 11 ii
vruve aiaiicita , j2 40" 7 15
Trilna 1 nn daily except Sunday. Cloao e.
,,CvCil;,fl JV !' P"l,u" "" th and wait.
Lt k'VuZ' aMo1 V!".jou or a,1Jre
iltft.0 Agent, Union Depot, Mail.
H . M. UOItait Snporintnndoul.
Clovoland & Marietta Railway.
Effitttvo October 2, 18(8.
Central Standard Time.
qo.'Noaoum going miuTII
No ill in No II Nou n0ii 7ZT
Mall Mix 13i STATIONS Mall I?x Mir.
a 111 p m p m p, p in a m
;' i1 Cleveland tin an
..Akrou... 12 to 8 o
' P Canton... 12 11 7 4o
Jl Valley Juo. II 2; 7 (10
2 16 .... (1 in Can'IDov'r 10 tv 0 3;
8 0i 7 li 0 4!) N'WCOm'l'u 10 03 5 68 II 80
ao 7 j. 7 20 .Klinbolton U 2!, 0 27 Iu 43
1 ' .X ,.S ' " Caiublldue 8 S8 6 02 10 Ul
J? ' SSf 8 II llyesvllle.. 8 4J 4 40 U S3
VH,' 2?5 8 18 l'leaa-t City 8 Sta 4 2s u 17
6 ill, 10 6j 8 it .Delia Vat 801 in, 8 47
i ,'m !! J, l . Caldwell.. J 65 3 68 8 ru
6 34 1 40 l J Dexter O'y 7 35 .1 38 8 07
I i i i ?. '?. 'l"nr6 7 2U 3 32 7 I!)
SS01?2,, 4l Waruer.. 7 113 11 7 1.5
u sail 25 10 2h .Marietta.. 0 Jt 2 si 0 88
pm(pm am a in pm p m
rStop on Signal.
All 'I ralus Dally except Sunday.
TrouKb coaches on trains 13 and II dally fnx
coptsundayjbeivveen Marietta and Cleveland.
J, M, WILLIAMS, ii. VV. lAOl:
iwlu Master. Oen. l'ass. Aet.
DO YOU EAT BREAD
Jacob Pfarf'd la unoxoolloo.as ara
aiao h la Cakes nnd loes. Finest
NoaDOlltan co Cream thnt can too
mnde. Particular nnd oorsonnl nt.
tontlon Kiven to, eervlnw parties:
receptions, wddlnss or tjubllc dln
nora. JACOB PFAFP,
ISO. STIIEOHEU. HmnrStMOKIB
rubs Expanders. Bimetal attention given to
repairing Hollers In the oil Uelds. We employ
none but tho best mechanics In this line.
Olvo ns a trial we know we can please yon
)m and woi kronW Vde ,",MO 'uu
PILES! PILES! PILES!
mwi M11"Jf.n"'' 1.n,?,an P11 'traent will cure
llllnd Mieedlng, Ulcerated and Itching Plies
It abso.bs the tumors, allays iho lu-tlnc at
V.DCOl5iiW " ? Pulllc, Ulves Instant relief.
I)r Vllllams' Jndlau IMIe Ointment Is ire
pared only for I'lles nnd Itching of the prime
parts, and uotli ni: else, liver "tox Isguaran
and".! wirl,L'xUM"'tS' "ent "y ,ua11' ,or Wf
W1ILLIAM3 M'P'Q CO, PropV. Cleveland
rorsaleby CUItTIS llurciIMAN.
r p, wauii, "
. . Ueal Kalate and Ioai Agent,
Henond St., opp. Union I)f poj. MarIelU.O
u'.ir .a uuu unu.t.n.n .tii Nuu.n1 u.
Phone No, 111.
1.411 .. -.T- ' "
MTDIt, M L, WILLIAHHON, DENTIST
Corner Second and Putnam fltre.la.
Uold Woik a Specialty
'i n il