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s.h (i--. v i i i H sSsski Wmi GREAT St TONIC LAXATIVE w 'if you have spur stomach, indigestion, biliousness, constipation, bat breath, dizziness, inactive liver, heartburn, kidney troubles, backache, 1ob9 of appetite, Insomnia, lack of energy, bad blood, blotched or muddy skin, or any symptoms and disorders which tell tho Btory or bad bowels and on impaired digestive system, Laxakola Will Cure You. It will clean out the bowels, stimulate tho liver and kidneys, strengthen the mucous membranes of the stomach, purify .your blood and put you "on your feet" again. Your appetite will return, your bowels move regu larly, your liver and kidneya cease to trouble you, your skin will clear and freshen and you will jeel the old time energy and buoyancy. Mothers seeking tho proper mcdlclno to gtvo their llttlo ones for constipation, diarrhea, collo and similar troubles, will And Laxakola nn ideal mcdlclno lor children. It keeps their lowola regular without pain or griping, acts as a general tonic, assists nature, aida digostion, relieves restlessness, clears tho coated tongue, reduces fever, causes refreshing, restful sleep and makes them well, happy and hearty. t3F Children like it and aik for it. ... , For Sale by : : A. J. Richards, Laxakola Is not entv ih mnt frlffnt nf I mltu ines two medicines, vlii laxative and tonic, and at'one price, 25c. or Mc. At druggists. Send for frto SEP,,, t0 T.IIE LAXAKOLA CO , IB Nassau Street, N. Y., and mention the name of your drocrist. i" We will express to any address on receipt ol COc. In stamps or post note, all charccs prepaid, a 'je lamlly size bottle of Lajakola, sufficient to last for a lone lime. TIHIIE National TOLEDO. Qk, Manufacturers of and dealers in Oil and Gas Well Supplies Boilers, Engines, Cordage and Pipe. Branch stores in all oil fields. Long Distance 'Phone 237. STORE AJND WAREHOUSE, NO. J 34 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO. SUMMER Cleveland Deiroii Toledo Buffalo Tk GrMtMt IVrlVct.fi yt ittalatdU lioat IstulrmUoii. Fcmr TripB per Week Between Toledo, Detroit Mackinac I'XTUSKEY, "THE BOO.' IIAHQVKTXE AND MlLTH. Special eerrfceoo account of F&nAntrIf.ui StpUIonat Buffalo, will be operated dartap Julttod AngOKt. Direct connection will bo mad with 0 it It, Line on pljjht and daj trlpi. Afyf tor Bpeclal ltilet HggH For a BOAST LINE jpTpgg'lfj nJjCL- . -JP ITviry Day Mid L McU Btwtua Toledo, PuWtvBay, Clcvoland, and Buffalo Bend 2a tor Illustrated Pamphlet. Jddrets, A, A. SC1UKTZ, C r. A., DETUOIT. UICU. Rates to Pan-American Exposition. Tlie Buffalo, Rochester and Pitts burgh Ry. will sell excursion tickets to Buffalo, N. Y., account of the Pan American Exposition at the following rates, commencing April 30th. Season tourist tickets will bo sold every duy at J11.05 for the round trip from Pittsburg, Pa., good returning to and Including October 31st. Tickets limited 15 days will be sold every day at '59.20 for the round trip from Pittsburg. On each Tuesday during May tick ets will be sold at ?8.00 for the round trip from Pittsburg, limited five days. May 15th and 29th special excursions, tickets limited three days.will be sold at ?5.25 for the round trip from Pitts burg. Kxcursion tickets from other points on the B. R. & P. Ry, will bo sold on above dates at proportionate rates. Two fn&t solid vestlbuled trains leava P. & W. Depot, Allegheny daily for Buffalo at 9:00 a. m. and 10:00 p. m City time. All inquiriles for Informa tion will receive prompt attention if addressed to C. O'D. Pascault. Dlv. Pass. Agent. No. 500 Smithfleld St.. Pittsburg, Pa. 1,1 VII MUN WANTKD. They CURB DANDRUFF. HAIR FALLING, HEADACHE, etc., yet co3'.s tho sane as an ORDINARY comb. What's that? Why. Dr. White's Elec tric Comb. The only natencted Comb in the world. People, everywhere it has been introduced. nre WILD with delight. You simply comb your hair each day, and tho comb does tho rest. This wonderful comb is nimply un breakable and it Is made so that it Is ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to break or cut tbo hair. Sold on a written guarantee to givo PERFECT satisfac tion in EVERY respect Send stamps for one. Ladles' size 50c. Gents' size 35c. Live men and women wanted ev erywhere to introduce this article. Sells on slgh.t. Agente are wild with success. (See want column of thlf paper,) Address D. N. Rose, Gen. Mgr. Decatur, 111. Dec, 18, lyear-D & V.' m.lta k. ik . ..:..! I,.-.... t Supply uOii PITTSBURG, PA. CRUl Mackinac; Georgian Bay eiosKcv 5"J Chicago Ruluth LiBrtcTirtniIpmfiit.4rt)1lrnr1t. lagi titturvtlun anil Ok(lciatltertai lUy ftf 1 N'cht Service 7Mw-cn DETROIT nd CLEVELAND Faro si. 00 Ench Direction. Ctrtba ' 1.00, tl.SS. Ststrro.it, t2.2t. Connections are made at Cleveland with Earliest Trains for all point East, Soma and houthweit, and at Detroit for all points North and Nr.rthwo.t. SLMIiY NIGHT TI'.II-S lll'Ul.SU bElbU.S OF.VillOllIOV. nrjlrj Uuli I on s cieveiana Nav. go. Ittitcs to Piin-Aiiitti-lcuu 12xuiHitton ilii IStlfflllo, ltotlHHter .V Plttaliuri; Ily. ' Rates for round trip tickets from Pittsburg to Buffalo, account Pan-American Exposition on and after June 1st, will be as follows: Season tourist tickets on sale every day at $11.05, good returning to and in cluding October 31st, 1901. Tickets on sale every day at ?9.20, good 15 days. Tickets on sale every day at $8.00, good 7 days. Tickets on sale every Tuesday at $5.25, good three days. Excursion tickets from other point3 on the B. R. & P. Ry. will be sold on above dates at proportionate rates. Two fast solid vestlbuled trains leave P. & W. Depot, Allegheny 9:00 a. m. and 10:00 p. m. City time; the morning train is equipped with high back seat dav coaches. Cafe and free reclining chair cars, night train with now coaches and latest patetrn of Pull man sleepers. Tickets on sale at City Ticket office, 500 Smithfleld St, Cor. Fifth Ave., or P. Sr W. Depot. Allegheny. All Inquiries for information will re ceive prompt attention if nddressed to C. O. D. Pascault, Division Passen ger Aeent. 500 Smithfleld St., Pitts bure. Pa. Till Juno - a. Kxrtirxloni to Pan FrunclKCo tla PeiiiiHyl vmilu Linen, July 5 to 12 inclusive the Pennsyl vania Lines will sell excursion tickets to San Francisco .account Epworth Leaguo Convention. For particulars and Information see ticket agents of Pennsylvania Lines. $50 Reward w;ill bo paid for any case of Nasal Catarrh, Catarrh of Head or Ca tarrhal deafness that can Cot be pcrmanenlly cured CATARRHAL. Cures catarrll easily nnd pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes nnd heals the membrane. Contains no murcury nor other Injurious drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gives Instant relief. Regular size, fifty cents. Sam- Ele end full directions free on request by C. W. eccs, Sjons & Co,, Chicaco, JU. SE take the Wfflm fc TO T0 MACKINAC zs2- EDISON IS PLMSEB, Has Practically Solved the Storage Battery Problem. Wilt Iloom Aiiliiniiilillc UiiNliirNN llnw Nearly IVr.sVf.-seil Another lit XMitlmi hy Which Power of i '1'IiIcm .'mi lie Lllllf (I. Thomas A. Kdlson Is visibly pleased with the success he hits met In prac tically solving' the storage battery problem. Ho snys also that he will'. eofln perfect tin Invention by use of which the countless ipjlllons of horse power sjored up In the mighty tides of the JJny of r'umly nntl elsewhere can be utilized. "I've worked over two years on (Ills thliif,'," he snld, "mid 1 perfected It some time ago, but 1 have been waiting a little ho us to settlo tho nuestitm of deterioration. Now I'll give them all they want. Lot thein bring on their automobiles, "The expense of furnishing power Will be no more than that of the lend batteries now in tihe. Besides nil this the elements are eolnpohed of com mercial materials easily procurable. Iron and nickel, you know, enn be had anywhere very ehenp. Its stay ing power Is good. Why, a man trav eling in nn automobile, can go much fnrther with the same weight of bat tery. I should estimate that an ntlto mobile equipped with thebe batteries ought to travel 7.", miles on one charge. The main things to be over come are deterioration and excessive weight. Weight is of particular im portance in automobiles. I propose to institute a series of tests with re gard to its adaptability to tise on au tomobiles. In fact, we have tested it a little over some rough roads. This battery solves the trucking-problem. You can send your truck out in the morning and it will stay out all day and still hnc enough surplus energy left in the batteries to get home on. I think this is the best feature of the battery." THE EFFECT OF SUGAR. . Stntly of the (luentlnn Shown That It Actst Uciieflclnlly on the Human Syrttcm. Most of the bad effects ascribed to sugar are due, according to Mnry Hinrnan Abel, who has made n study of the question for the agricultural department, to its tise in larger quantities than the three or four ounces a duy which seem to be di gested by heulthy adults without dif ficulty, provided it is not eaten in in digestible forms. There is no proof that sugar is harmful to the teeth, ulthoiigh sweet food when allowed to cling to the teeth after eating rnpid ly ferments nnd acids nre formed which may attack the teeth. This is equally true of starchy foods. It, is said, however, that the natives of the Wst Indies, who consume enormous amounts of sugar, have the finest teeth in the world. It has never been proven, as has been claimed, that sugar is responsi ble for gout. Sugar seems ill-adapted to the sick, except when used in small quantities. It is quite well known that during illness the stom ach is inactive, has less absorptive power, and that sugar on this account is not good for invalids. The action of sugar in stimulating a flow of the gastric juices may in case of illness be slightly irritating. The amount rf sugar that may be eatn without bad effect depends large ly upon whether a person leads an ac tive or sedentary life. A man doing hard work in the open air can easily assimilate a Iurge quantity of sugar, while the same amount would cause indigestion taken by the same per son when living indoors with little or no exercise. Plny (iume of Living? Cliertx, Three hundred persons witnessed a game of lixing chess and checkers the other night in Music hall at New Haven, Conn. The match was played on a raised platform. Tho eight black pawns were young women dressed in black and white, the white pawns were young girls, dressed in white. The four rooks were men, two in white robes and two in black, with castle-shaped headdresses. The knights were, in full armor, with black and white plumes. The bishops were in black and white robes, as were also the kings nnd queens. The costumes were handsome and the board made a pretty picture during the game. K. 11. Adams, president of the Yale Chess club, moved the white pieces and C A. Roberts, vice president of the club, moved the black pieces. The game was won by Mr. Adams after three-quarters of an hour play. CnrloH from tlic PIillliipliieN. One of the most Interesting exhibits which will be seen at the Buffalo ex position within n short time will be that from the Philippines. It left Ma nila on the stenmer Quthrio for San Francisco, by way of Hong-Kong. The exhibit consists of about 100 Filipinos from different parts of the islands. There tire 25 women and several chil dren. Some of them are Tagnlos, oth ers are from Hollo, and some from the Viseayas. Four large carabaos will prove of unusual interest, ns will also a spin ning loom, n banco, njl kinds of Fili pino weapons, several bales of hemp for weaving, and largo quantities of pina cloth. The curubaoi are somewhat llko the American oxen in disposition, and the banco will illustrate thomethod of wa ter transportation. ' Thinly, Pniiulittcil. Arizona has 1.09 Inhabitants to the square miie. '$&&& Ah Excellent Combination. , Tho pleasant method and beneficial effects of tho well known remedy, Bybui' of Fios, manufactured by tho California Fio Syiiup Co., illustralo thovnluoof obtaining the liquid laxa tive principles of plants known to bo medicinally laxntivo and presenting them in the form most rel resiling to tho taste and acceptable to tho system. It is uio one nericct, strengthening1 laxa tive, cleansing tho system effectually, dispelling colds, headaches and fovercs gently yet promptly and enabling one to overcomo habitual constipation per manently. Its perfect freedom from every objectionablo quality and sub stance, nnd its acting on the kidneys, liver and bowels, without weakening or irritating them, make it tho ideal laxative. In tho process of manufacturing figs aro used, as they aro pleasant to tho taste, hilt, the mpilleinnl mmllttnc of tlir. "remedy aro obtained from senna and outer aromatic plants, oy n method known to tho Camfobnia Fio Svnur Co. only. In order to get its beneficial effects and to avoid imitations, please remember tho full name of tho Company printed on tho front of every package, CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. BAN FRANCISCO, CAL. I)UI8V1I,I,E, KY, NEW TOBK, N. V. Forsalebyall Druggists. PrJ co 60c. per bottle. NEW MATAMORAS. Mr. and Mis. Thomas Brown and daughter, Netty, left Monday morning for a month's visit with relatives in Iowa and Kansas. a Mr. Joe Parker made a business trip to Pittsburg Saturday. Misses Nancy and Vaughn were vis itors in Wheeling Monday and Tues day. Mr. I.niry Miller, of Friend! v, was calling on friends Tuesday. Mr. Otto Gautschi and niece, Ava, left for Pittsburg Tuesday morning, where Mr. Gautschi will resume his studies at the business college. A number of Invitations, of which the following is a copy, have been is sued: Mr. and Mrs. Hosea May request the honoi of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Augusta, and Mr. Robert Cushing Work, on Wednesday evening, June 12th, nineteen hundred and one, at six o'clock. New Matamoras. Ohio. .Mr. Geo. D. Harvey, wife and family left Tuesday for Cambridgeboro, Pa., at which place they will stay a month tor tho Benefit of Mr. Harvey's health. They were accompanied by Mr. Chas. Talbot, Jr. a .Miss Edna Stahl, of Carson, City, visited Miss Jessie Stioup, of Third street, Thursday. a a Mrs. Ann Balentine, who has been quite sick for the last few days, is now improving. a a On Wednesday evening of the com ing week will occur the wedding of Mr. Chatles Carson and Miss Maude Mc Klssick, at the homo of the bride's un cle, Mr. C. C. Stover, of Carson City. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party will start for Buffalo. Children's Day will be observed in both the Methodist and Baptist churches Sunday evening. Mr. C. Clark, of Marietta, was in town Tuesday. v a Misses Ada True, Corinne Kollmar.n and Martha Koontzf were visitors in Slstersville Monday. a Mr. Ford English, of Weston, W. Va. is spenTling a few days here with his brother, C. English. Only one remedy in the world thnt will at once stop itchiness of the skin in any part of the body; Doan's Oint ment. At any drug store, 50 cents. . Sues for Damages. Georse H. Welch has sued tho M. C. & C. railroad company for $185 dam ages. His petition has been filed In Common Pleas court He alleges that owing to .the defendant's failure to construct and maintain fences and cattle guards along its lines of road, a horse, drawing a carriage, strayed along the defendant's track and was killed by" the locomotlvo, and the car riage destroyed. Ho therefore prays judgment for tho above stated amount. Mothers write Xib that they have solved the problem of keeping their children well, Give them Rocky Moun tain Tea each week. A blessing to mother and child. INDESCRIBABLE! Lvervr tidy U n:sekeepor needs "The Tidy Ilousohoeper," tho lat oit cnmbinMtion cupboard nnd kitchen oabinet. Everything neat, handy and comp-ct. Gall and ix ttmiitS it ul U. & C. FURNITURE GO,, Manufacturers' Agent for Marietta. Ward-Nichols Block, Second Street, Marietta Division. ennsylvania Lines. Trains Run by Central Standard Tlmt. 020 OlO Northward. AM AM r.M lUnrlotfrt lv. 16 SO 6 48 I6E2 J6 66 1 f7 25 I 2 15 2 33 uaywuoa " Stanleyville ' Wbipplo " Warner. " Elbn ; - Maclcsburi; " Dexter City " Houtli Olive. " Dudley - Culdwall " Belle Vulley " Ava. " Glenwood " Pleasant City " IJerwent " llyesvllle i"iuiiurllgo " Tyner " Klmbolton " Bird's Hun " Guernsey " Post Hoy - Nencoiiierstowii " Woir Stouo t'r ek " Yorktown " Cniiitl Hover- " Vn I li'.v Junction ar f7 30 8 00 8 20 '2 37 2 49 7 04 7 13 7 23 7 29 735 739 7 44 1 3 f8 38 9 00 9 15 3 14 320 "3 24 f3 29 19 28 10 00 10 25 765 6 05 8 15 820 8 28 8 31 839 8 57 f9 16 9 24 9 34 9 40 9 48 10 00 3 41 3 51 fl0 4d f4 00 f4 05 4 13 f4 16 flO 47 ii r fll09 11 3ffl 19 id 4 2! 4 4! M2 451 fS 03 5 13 1 IW f5 22 15 28 'HI 33 45 35 T10 10 f2 57 3 25 f3 3J 4 3o; 5 GO, I'M 15 5 ffi 0! 10 22 ,fio ;o 10 45 16 18 6 35 11 05 6 50 rt I 0111020,(117 Southwnrd. VnMi-v.lutlPtloii lv. Cm til lor " Yo'kimvii " Mtt. C'r.ek W.iU - S coiurrntoivn" PoM II. .V " Quit ney " Blnl'H i-un " Klinluilloii " rynrr " Cnmhrldirc " Bvpsvllle A" ! AM PM 15 30 tC 15 12 05 0 OUi 7 1SI 2 2!) ID Wl JZ12 31 16 101 7 60 2 45 6 Z2 IB 1012 57 Derwent " Pleannnt Cltr " (lion wood " Ava " Belle Valley M Caldwell " Dudley " BoutU Olive " Dexter City " Macksburg " Elba " Waruer Whlnole " Btunleyvlllo " Caywood " marietta ar, Cult lit Spires, P. U. Uml. ligat Tics, I. M. tins. Connection lenvo Newromorstown via Pltfnbnreh Division. For PittBbuigh and tho EaRt, 2 43 am, 11 31 nm. 2 17 pm. For Ulirlclisvllle and Dennlson. t7 47 pm. For nolumbuR.-ISTCnm. For Columbus and Cincinnati, u 23 nra.,11 25 pm.. Indianapolis and St. Loulu, 1125 pm. l''or Columbus and Chicago, 4 20 pm. Connect lonfl lenvo CnnnI Dover via (lli'vi'lnntl & PlttHbnrcli Division. For Cleveland, Canton und Fort Wayne Iloute points, cmcago, riiibnurgn ana iniermeuiuio points, t7 20 am and t2 50 pm. Dally, f Except Sunday, f Flog stop. r,. t LOUEE, E. A. FOKD, General liutger, Gonenl Passenger Igenf ll-lS-OO.-N l'rrrsuuitau, Pknn'a. For time cards, rates of fare, through tickets, bnecago checks, and further Information re tarding the running of trains, apply to any igeut of the Pennsylvania tines. nffalo, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway, The Pan-American Exposition Line . . THROUGH VESTIBULED TRAINS BETWEEN Pittsburgh and Buffalo Pittsburgh and Rochester Equipped with Pullman Sleepers, Hand some Day Coaches, Cafe nnd Re clining Chair Cars. Quick Time Superior Service. From P. & W Stntion, Allegheny. Eastern Btnmlurrl Tinie.j Leave. Arrrive. 0.45 pm tll.00 a ra 7.30 a m Buffalo, RochosliT, i'un zsy, DuBois and Brad ford Ex Punxsy and DuBois Ac coin Buffalo and Rochester Ex 9.00 a in t 4.10 p m lO.COpm Daily, tWeek Days. 9.00a m train has Cafe and f reoRpcliuinB Chair Cars. Pnllman Sleeping Cars on 10.00 i m train between Pittsburgh and Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Rochester. Ticket Office, 600 Smithfleld St., cor. Fifth Ave. E. C. LAPEY, C. O'D PASCAULT, Gen. l'ass. Agt.. Dlv. Pass. Agt., Rochester. N. Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Carpet cleaning and carpet laying, furniture packed and cleaned. Work of all kinds done promptly. George W. Curtis, Manager. 721 Second Street. Mch. 19-tf. Marietta Phono No. 285. G. W. WIHCHELL, Groceries and General Produce, Restaurant in Connection, Meals at all Hours Bell Phono, 'WilHnmstown, 18. Cor. Ferry Street and Railroad Avenue, Wll UamBtovrn, W, Va, IBJ 6 33 9 20 3 08 i 6 43 f9 8 3 18 16 49 f 9 66 3 24 f6 66'l0fl0 3 31 7 0610 35 3 41 17 1510f49f3 50 7 3011 30 4 05 7 461 1 TO 4 25 f7 E2J 1 OS 4 31 7 58 1 41 4 33 re 02lfi 47 T8 151 58 4 50 18 25 2 16 4 59 8 36) 2 50 5 10 18 42jf 59 f8 60S3 24 5 25 8 643 34 5 29 9 00 3 51 5 35 9 064 05 5 41 9 16 4 25 5 51 9 25l 463 6 00 19 34f 5 W 6 09 f9 41,f5 15 6 16 10 00) 5 45 6 35 AM I'M PM B. & 0. S-W. R R TIMIl TAIIXK NO. S. Tralin Arrive nt nntl Depart front Union Station, Central Stnntlartl Time. AltltlVB 3 11 H1 WESTVVAHD. Kbpabt Athcnv, CMIllcolhe, 11 -10 pro Cincinnati, Louisville, ju .mis ana anpoiniB Wem, South atid o weff IS 4 J p m Belpre, Alberts, Chll- t fi 00 n m llcothe " ' wftf "itionp. 3 0(1 p m 1 elrre Alliens 10 5" a m la 13 piu Belpit, r-ameiBuurg. ItOpm Cblllkotho, Cincinnati and way stations. 7 00 p tn B 0 1 p r 0, Pa rkers-1 7 20 p m burtf. Chilllcotlie, Cin cinnati, Louisville. St. Louis, Chicago and alt IKintH vfnst, south and southwest. t 0 20 a m ParkersburRnd Belpre Local ' EA8TWAKD. 7 00 pm Belpre, I'nrkersonrg, 10 OOam Salem. Corn wallis, Clurkcourg, Oration, nnrl all urni ulnt ljnu IS -IS p m Belpre, Parkersbu'rr, 1 lllpn uruuen, Washington, Baltimore. PhlUdelph la and Now York. 3 ltu m Parkersburp, Wash- '6 lOp m ington, Baltimore, PhiladelLvila and Now York. '10 3fJ p m Parkersbnrg, Wash- 11 40 pm ington. Baltimore Phil adelphia, New York, Boston and all points east. HT"Dally. tExcept Sunday. All trains of Marietta District run to Patk ersburg. r.or,t&rouSh Mofceta to all points in tbe United States, Canada aid Mer!co, with de. tailed information as to rates, routes, sleeping car accommodations etc., please call on er address: (.. M. PATNB, Ticket Agent, Marietta, O. A. H. S.mdeh. Passenger Agt.. Marlt tta, O. L. P.MCCAKTY. Geu'l Pasfenger e-nu C nclnnatl, O "Columbus and Toledo Short Line." MARIETTA, COLUMBUS and CLEVELAND RAILROAD. (Formerly T. & O. C. Ext. R. R.) Trains arrivo and depart from tha: Union Station daily except Sunday. Time card effective May 19th, 1901. (Central Standard Time.) Depart Arrivo 7.55 a m Marietta 12.35 p in 2.50 p m 7.20 p m Through Connections. Arrive Leave x 2.25 p m Columbus.. ..7.35 a m o 7.55 x 7.55 9.55 x C.30 11.45 x 8.25 COO 7.30 m Columbus. . ..12.01 p m 3 O. G 50 a m a . . . 5.30 a m o m St Marys, m Bucyrus.. m Toledo.. , . . 7.30 .. 7.30 ...10.00 , .. 5.00 , ..10.35 a m s p m o p m 3 p m o p m s m Toledo.. . m Detroit. . . m Detroit. . , m Chicago. . . , x 7.U0 a m Mackinaw Cy..ll.l5 a m s 7.45 p m Mackinaw Cy.. 9.45 p mo x 6.00 a m Gr'd Rapids.. 7.00 a m o 1.50 p m Gra Rapids.. C.50 p m b 9.15 p m Potoskcy. . . . 9.35 a m s xll.15 a m Athens 4 21 p ni s x 1.37 p m Gallipolls.. .. 2.04 p m s x.4.10 p m Charleston.. .11.40 a m 3 xll.59 a m Corning 10.05 a m o 5.20 p m Corning 2.20 p m a x 2.35 p m Lancaster. . . 7.40 a m o 7.45 p m Lancaster.. .10.00 a m s x 3.28 p m Circleville. . ..9.12 a m 3 x 5.22 p m Springfield. .10.30 a m s x 0.15 p m Dayton 9.53 a m 3 x Leave Marietta 7.55 a. m. Leave Marietta at 2.50 p. m. o Arrive Marietta 12.35 p m. s Arrive Marietta .20 p. m. All trains have been furnished with' entire new equipments. The time has been shortened and closer connections made with Ohio Central and other rail roads and boat lines. For information regarding rates, routes and connections call or address either G. M. PAYNE, L. W. JAMES. City Ticket Agt. Genl. Pass. Agt. Ohio River Railroad. Time Table Effective Noy. 25th, 190& (Eastern Time ) fi GOING NORTH. " I Leave Willan:3town d7:47 a. m to Wheelftrs 10:3G a. m to New Martlnsvlllt dl2:45 p. m to Pittsburg and East d3:51 p. m... Wheeling and Int. points 5:19 p. m Ohio Valley Express Pitt. burg and East. C.12 p. m.. Slstersville and int. point 9.07 p. m., New Martinsville and Int, points. ( GOING SOUTH. 8:56 a. m to Parkersbura dll: 17 a. m to Paxkeraburg 12:03 p. m., Ohio Valley Express ta Huntington and Cincinnati. d2:35 p. m to KenovA 4:45 p. m .0 Pt Pleasant d7:06 p. m. to Parkersburg 9:54 p. m to Parkersburg D daily. dally except Sunday. L. E. CHALENOR Gen. Pass. Aeent. o. a l. S?. 53. TIME CAED IN Erritcr DEC. 2nd. 1.B GOINti NOHTH No. 70. No. 74. -A .tttirleUn 0 20 am 2 H inn " Lowell 0 67 lira 8 IS pm . ... " Waterford 7 13 a m 8 85 p m " Stockport 1 15 a in I 10 pra . ... "Malta 8 08 a in 4 33pm " Zanesvllln 9 11am 640 pm. . . A Coin mbiiB 11 8! am 7 SO uml A f Chicago 200pm 7 00 n m .i'Stl'anl ntsum a:mnl. ... GOING SOUTH. No. 73 ...," Lv. Chicago 7 00m '...'., " Columbus 11 Hi p m 1' 18 a m " Zanesvllle...... 7 40 am 165 p'rn -,..., "Malta mum 818pm "Stockport 9 12, am Ulpm "Waterford.. . 8 4tlara 4 &8pm ...... "Lowell 10 04am lllpn Ar. Marietta 10 40 an. Cllpm All Trains Dally exoept Unnd&y. No. TO and 72 make clew connections Zanesvllle with the B. A O. and Pan BIN trains for Columbus, Chlostro nd th Wtst, J. HOPE SlirOB, General Managei. C. C. HARBISON, General Passcner 1 Examination of Teachers For the public schools of Vfashlngton County will be held in tbe Marietta High School Room on the becond Saturday of each month except January, July and August. J. A. STONE, Marietta, Ohio. President Board of School Eiatnlneri. "7 ; !!l M '. i i' i n i 'J - cZ A ..