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W9$W rt 7 ff ii ii ?. IC4 a IA B 'mm Bu LHn Mbm tWaHHa iffaf lH JiLr ' aLf K Bv Sb HmH& ftn wflHralaW iflaLV ' FTONItLMTIP BODTOR REXF0R9. ... (Continued from Second PAgc.) ism) acuiti 0 you have sour stomach. inditrestinn. ijlllousncss. constipation, bffi kreath, dizzine3a, inactive liver, heartburn, kidney troubles, backache, lo if appetite, insomnia, lack of energy, bad blood, blbtched or muddy skie, or any symptoms aHd'flisorders which tell the etory of bad bowela and an impaired digestive,, system, LnacoI( .Will Curo Yon. It will clean out the bowels, fetirnuinte tlo llver'and kidneys, strengthen the mucous mqmWancs of tho Bjohiocri, purify jctlr blood and put 'you "on your.feet" again. Your appetHe'.farUl rcjurn, your Dowels move regu larly, your liver and kidney's ceaseTto.trcmblitiyou, your skin will clear and freshen rind you will feel the' old time energy'end buoyancy. Mothers ecc.klng.tho proper medicine to givo their littlo ones for constipation, diarrhea, colio and similar trouble, will i.nd Lasaliola un Ideal mi'dlclno for children. It keeps their bowels regular without pain or prilling, nets ae a general tonlo, assists nature, aids digestion, rcUovcB restlessness, clears tho coated tongue, reduces fever, causes refreshing, restful sloep and mattes them well, tnpny and hearty. iy Children like it and atkfofit. For Safe by A. J. RICHARDS, W. H. STYER. V Laaakola ts not nljr tha moit efSf lent of family rratdiel) but the most tco-romical, b-cau e It com. uTtiK leirn?A,,",l., vlc,,n4tM ojiJ.orH)c. At 4rueelti. Stndforfrw HJHJ: i iB LAXAKOLA CO , IB Nasuu Strut, N. Y., and mention the.hane of your drocrut. tft Fatally ilio bcttio of Laiakola. tuffident to lax for a Ions time. """. National Supply Go, i TOLEDO, O. PITTSBURG, PA. 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 AND WAREHOUSE, NO. J34 SECOND STREET, MARIETTA, OHIO. For a SUMMER CRUISE take the COAST LINE Cleveland Detroit Toleds Buffals Veil tMtraiUftJU Four Trip per Week Between lTcIedo,DetroIt-' Mackinac 1ET0EKUV, "THE G0O. BiKQCrrTK Hill litXUTJl. t4rd.l fcerrlcei on account of Pas-imtiteui Fii-mHIvh t IlufftJo.wll- t operated during Ja)KLd Auguit. Mrfcct connection! wIU be tmule with 0 A B. Line on night n4 day tripe Ipjil) fsr Bpetltt lutes. JL to -frmri"r IEwtrj Daj and I Ki(bt Between 1 Toledo. PuHtvBay, Cleveland, and Buffalo MAGKINAC Mackinac Georgian Bay Petoskey Chicago fiuluth IiurieifeTqmIpve(.iKttta FirmUtu iMff Ptoj-fcUoe ftad KAUlwt &rl Par acd Mit Ecrrlce between DETROIT onciCLEVELAHQ Fare SI. 50 Each Direction. Brlbi 1.00, Sl.SS. EUlrttfa, SS.M. Connection! are made at Cleveland with Earlleit Tralm for all polnta aat, Bosth and Kouth weL and at Detroit for all point. North and Northweit. SlKDaT NIGHT TlUrH Ul BL10 bUhUN Of Si VIOiTION. TtzszJSg&zss. mm s cieveiona kqv.co. (' ' Low Rate's -VfA- B.&O.S-W. ....TO..., FIFTH International Convention pwoitli Leape 1 ...AT... ! San Francisco California, July 18th .to 21st, 1901, TIOICI5T8 TVItX, IIU SOLO July nth to 12th inclusive: nlso on July 13th for such trains as dolivor jiasson fters to westorn lines nt St. Louis, Beardstown or other 13. & O SAV. Junc tion points on tho same day. Before purchasing tickets via any other lino consult Acents B. & O. S-W. R. R. for full particulars regarding stop overs and other accommodations. Com plete folder can bo becured on applica tion, O. P. McCARTY, General Passenger Agent, CINCINNATI, O. THE 1 Pioneer Dairy and Produce Go. y VAr. No. 214 Scammel street ias- for sale, the finest Jersey lilk, cream, butter milk, sKim iilk, our milk, cottage :ese, and Dairy cutter. Kates to I'ttn-Ameriran Imposition vliv Itiitfnlo, llucltpster I'lttBlmig Ily, Rates for round trip tickets from Pittsuurg to Buffalo, account Pap-American Exposition on and after Juno 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. lickets on sale every Tuesday at $5.25, good three days. Exclusion tickets from other points on the B. R. & P. Ry. will be sold on above dates at proportionate rates. Two fast solid vestlbuled trains JeaVo P. & W. Depot, Allegheny 9:00 a. m. and 10:00 p. m. City time; the morning train is equipped with high back seat day coaches. Cafe and free reclining chair cars, night train with new coaches and latest patetrn of Pull man sleepers. Tickets on sale at .City Tloket office, 500 Smithfleld St. Cor. Fifth Ave., or P. & W. Depot. Allegheny. All inquiries for Information will re celvo prompt attention if addressed to C. O. D. Pascault, Division Passen ger Agent, 500 Smithfleld St., Pitts burg, Pa. Till Juno ... a. THE CRYSTAL ice and Preserving Company, Manufacturers of distilled water ice, hygieuically , pure. Factory and ofllce Oor. Third and Butler Sts. - (Open at all times.) Both phouea, Nog. 72. L. C, BRAUN, Pro. CEO. B. EY83EN, Sec. WM, HARRINGTON, Managtr. respect of their fellow citizens they must grant to others the rights which they claim for themselves. The Statp of OHIO IS NOT AN EPWORTH LEAGUE nor a Society of Christian Endeavorera, but a commonwealth of 5,000,000 people, every one of whom Is entitled to follow his own conscience If in so dolns he does not Infringe on rights of others. It Is my Judgment that tho Boat d of Agriculture has done, a wise thing and a Christian thing In deciding to . open the gated on Sunday. It is right in principle and It is RIGHT AS A GREAT CIVIC POLICY. It is certain that there will be thous ands of people In Columbus on the Sun day of the fair from tho farms and cit ies of the state. The fair grounds win be the best place for them. Under our present city administration, as in ad ministrations before, there arc open sa loon on nearly every square of our city, and scores of other places that aro Ijore dangerous and corrupting tnan the saloon; and If wecan trustour Jour nals there are 300 persons in Columbus engaged in soliciting strangers Into these drinking and gambling and bro thel hells, and many personsunfamlliar with the uevlces and tricks of these Wretches can be lured to their destruc tion before they are aware of their dan ger, and It seems to me that the Pas tors' union ought to hold up all its bands in favor of the open fair, if for no other reason than that it will be THE SAFEST PLACE IN THE CITY Have the ministers opened a crusade against these forms of Bin all around us? Very little has been said about these evils in the Pastors' union. The masses will not go to the churches and the open gate of the fair may be the means of closlngmany another gate that leads to perdition. Besides this, there are thousands of men, and women, too, in the state who cannot come to the fair on any other day. The cheap excursions give them an opportunity. On any other day they cannot come without having their wag es cut down, and this they cannot af ford. I believe they have the right to see and know what Ohio is doing in its manufacturing, its stock and grain products and in the many other de partments of its vast activities. I be lieve that they have the right to get away from the average GRIND AND SLAVERY OF THEIR DAILY LIFE. Thousands of them will talk of a day at the fair as an event of their lives. They have a right to meet'thelr'frrentfi, whom perhaps they may not meet for years if they do not see them at the fair and what law of heaven or earth can be broken by friends meeting with friends? The cheap excursions have a favor- I able side to them. If the railways could only do what the State Board or Agriculture has done and rule all in toxicants from their trains and not al low an intoxicated person to ride on them either to or from the city they would vastly ' .IMPROVE THE.CHEAP EXCURSION. And, then if the railroads would on ly realize that by lowering the rates and carrying more people not only on excursion days, on all days, they would help the people to live longer lives by giving them more privileges. The rail roads do not lose money by cheap ex cursions, and why not, therefore, lower the rates and carry more people the year round and so help the people to live? The golden-rule is a money making rule as well as a life-making mile, if our grasping money corpora tions could but realize It. , I like to see a man whose back Is bent down over an anvil or a bench or a desk stx days in the week, straighten up and BEND THE OTHER WAY for a Sunday in a fair and manly fash ion, and if in one day in the year be can go to the state fair and take his wife or sweetheart with him, and go homo filled with a good will and a whole world of new observations, I am glad o It. It is natural concession and I believe that if the church and the ministers of tho goscpel would favor this and say "Godspeed" to tho farmers and tho mechanics and the. laboring classes generally the people would have a greater love and respect for uic church. Deprive a' man of what he feeli to be a natural right and ho will strike against the corporation or the church or whatqver other institution thrusts him away from his normal privileges. I notice some ministers who show a certain sympathy with tho project for a religious servlco at tho fair grounds object to such a service on account of a fee being charged for entrance. I do not feel the force of this objection as others .seem to do. If that, objection is valid if seems to me that It W.OULD CLOSE EVERY CHURCH SERVICE IN COLUMBUS on any Sunday, for what church here does not take a collection every Sun day? It la a virtual admission fee and no church among us objects to receiv ing money on Sunday. A more serious obJecUon has been raised more aggravating, though per haps no more eerloua Is that any Clr''"nn miniRter would frtultlfy him- ocf by preaching at a public service at tho fair grounds on Sunday if the gates were open. 1 fail to see where tbe stultification I appears. Tho risen Christ said, "Go yo unto all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature." This preach ing of good will to men and reverence toward God, and loyalty to every duty, seems to me APPROPRIATE ANYWHERE AND EVERYWHERE. It seems to me that a rational judg ment is stultified by holding any other opinion. There will be on the fail grounds on the first day of September a large company of Ohio people, order ly, well-disposed gentlemen and ladles. They will be there for no evil purpose, but to increase their intelligence con cerning vvhat Is being done in Ohio, to enjoy their privileges as citizens of a great state, to realize that they are parts ot a great industrial life, a great social life in a mighty nation. And what diviner office, I ask, can any man perform than to project Into one great song of Industry a note of rever ence and love and worship toward God, and so reminding each other and all that all our industiies are wanting their crowning glory unless they de velop better men and more gracious women, and a happy people altogether engaged even here In building the city of God, in which shall dwell righteous ness and peace? ihurs hbi hihi.ri Lvery udy Housekeeper Deeds "The Tidy Housekeo)er, the lat ent combination cupboard' and kitchen cabinet. Everything neat, handy and compact. Oall and examine it at U, & G. FURNITURE CO., Manufacturers' Agent for Marietta. Ward-Nichols Block, Second Street. O. & &.. K. R. R TiMtt ari iv KrrEcr dec. md. Clear thinking, decisive action, vim, vigor of body and mind, the sparkle of life come to all who use Rocky Moun tain Tea. 35c. Ask your druggist rx. 70. nun JKiim 7 U am T i' & ID f IS am f 11 am 11 a m S DO ni H Bt I'anl Ill f'f h m QUl(f MOUTH -w Marietta " Uiwc.ll " Watorford " Stoctpcrt....!.. ' Malta " Zaneavllle Ar Otilnrabm Ar Chicago. No. 1J. i f pta S lb pm 8 85 pm 1 10 pm i 8S p m 6 40 pm 7 ro pm T 00 am 9 H nm GOING bOUTU. Lv. Chicago "Columbus .. . " Zduesvlile.... "MjltH " Stockport... " Waterford.... " Lowell , Ar. Marietta t oo r n 11 U j. in Mt l 4' a n 9 12 au 8 40 am 10 01 a m 10 40 a n. No. ru rt i.'ul i ., i ii tttpm c it, v m c Ii mj Personal Points. All Tralna Dally except Sunday. Not. 70 and 71 malte clobc ccnnectlcraa Zar MTl'Ie with the B. O. and Pan H tra'.n' !cr Co'umbu". Chicago "i b Wt. j.H'iPt stlitil. General Manajrci. C. C. HAHKlSON.r-Mer:i-Mn ' Agent B. & 0. S-W. R R TIME TA11LK NO. 24, June IS. TrMna Arrive nt unci Depart from Culon Station. Central Standard Time. AIUUVB WESTWARD. DETAIT 310a m Athens, CMUlcothe, 11 40 p to Cincinnati, Loulavllle, IS OOm St. Louis and &U point 130am West. South and h-vmsi IS 40 , m Beipre, Athera,"Chll- f 0 00 a ra 8 3R pm Iiclpro Alliens llonam IS 4a p m Beipre, f aruornuury. "1 to p m Chllllcothc, Cincinnati and way ntatlons. 7 00 p m B e 1 p r e. Pa rkers-4 8 00pm burK. Chllllcotbe, Cin cinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago and all ' points west, south and sonthwest. t 7 40 a m I'arkersburR and Beipre Loca EASTWARD. 7 00 pm Beipre, .Parkersourp, iB OO am Salem. Corn wallls, . Clafkfeburg, Grafton, and all way stations. 12 4C p m Beipre, Parkersburg, 1 oo p m Graltan, Washington, Baltimore, Philndelph la and New York. 3 10a m Parkersburg. Wash- 'C oop m lngton, Baltimore, Fblladelnhlaand New York. 10 p 00 m Parkersburg, Wash- 11 40 p m inuton. Baltimore Phil adelphia. New York, Boston and all points east. Mnrictta nntl ParkrrFhurg Local. 1 SO a m 1 :i() n in 3 10 n m 0 nm ex S 7 40nmcx6un 8 00 am O 40 nm 11 OOam 111 45pm 1 OO pm " 35 p m ex S 3 p m 4 40 p in ez Bun n OO p m 7 OO p m K 00 p ra 10 OO pm 11 40 p m CfDaily 'tHx-cep Sundty. All trains of Marietta I'lotrlct rrni Ui Park ertbnig. For through tlokets to all polnis ,n lh United States, Canada awl Mox'co, with de. tailed Information as to rates, routes, sleeping car accommodations etc., please call on or address: G . M. Paysb, Ticket Agent, Marietta, O. A. U. Smdeh. Passenger Agt., Marietta, O. O. P.MCUAKTY, Genu Pausenger Agent. Cincinnati. O Queen Victoria liked the ladles about her to have extremely good manners, with a pretty presence'.but she shrank away from any woman who, she feared was "going to be clever." It is said that i. had been very early Instilled in to her that it was man's province to be clever and that it was much best for woman not to intrude into it. V The sons of the German emperor are being brought up in a strict school. While the crown prince is being initi ated into the student life at Bonn, his four younger brother, Eltel, Fritz, August Wilhelm and Oscar, are hard at work at Pieon, where they aie sub jected to a daily routine stricter than that to which they are accustomed at home. Most of the prominent violinists of the day possess instruments that are .very highly valued. The violoncello jtipon which Sig. Platti plays is worth $2,000. It is a Ruggueri instrument. Ysaye has a Guardagninl worth $1,200, oud, Jean Gerardy plays upon a Guarn erlua valued at $4,000. Joachim has a number1 of valuable violins. The Stradlvarius that belonged to Ernst, and is said to be worth $10,000, has come into tbe possession of Lady Halle. Paul W. Linebarger, of Chicago, who has been appointed a. United States judge to act in the Philippines, was born In Warren, 111., in 18G9. He at tended Chicago public schools and the Northwestern and Lake Foiest univer sities. He studied law in Paris, and was admitted to the bar In 1893; then, after two years in Heidelberg univer sity, he began the practice of law. In the Spanish war he served as lieutenant of cavalry. Mr. Lineberger speaks and writes Spanish. ' Gen. Robert E. Lee's bronze bubt, by Frederick Volck, has been presented to Washington and Lee university by Fiank T. Howard, of New Orleans. The bronze is life size and is said to be tho best work of art extant of Gen. Lee. Tho artist was employed by the confederate government to make the bust during the civil war. He was a native of Nuremberg, Bavaria. He in tended to use his model for a heroic statue of General Lee, but his death pi evented execution of the design. Count Staniiaus De Castellanc, whose engagement is announced to Miss Ter ry, daughter of Francis Terry, of New Yoik and Paris, is tho third son of the Jlaiquis Do Castellano, and served for a short time in tho army. Like his two older brothers, Bonl, who married to Miss Anna Gould, and Jean, who is the husband of the elderly and wealthy Widow ot the lato Prince Furstenberg, he is contracting a rich matrimonial alliance. Francis Terry is reputedto possess a very large foi tune. Tho little king of Spain is guarded every -night by a body of pick'ed men, who are natives of Espinosa, and have served with distinction in the army, i is by them tho gates are locked at midnight, and with ceremonious solem nity reopened at ( o'clock in the morn ing. Should one ot tho guard prove false to tho person of his sovereign Spanish faith in Spanish loyalty would dlo as if by lightning stroke and some thing very dreadful would happen to tho traitor. It is a curious custom of very ancient tradition, vhieh tho queen regent has not been sorry to maintain, It has endured the storms of imita tion and competition, yet stands 11K9 the pyramids unshaken In the love ana confidence of the people. Rocky Moun tain Tea made by Madison Mediqlne Co, 35& Ask your druggist B uiTa'o, Rochester and Pittsburgh Railway. The Pan-American Exposition Line . . THROUGH VESTIBULEI) TRAINS BETWEEN gh PittsbiK ana Buffalo Pittsburgh and Rochester Equipped with Piillinnn Sleepers, Hand some Day CoBcheb, C'nfe and Re clining Ohair Cars. ' Quick Time Superior Service. From P. & AV Station, Allegheny. IV Marietta Division. ennsuivaniaynesl Trains Run by Central Standard Tlmt. Northward. Eastern Standard Time. I Leaie. Buffalo, Rochester, Pun ier, DuBols and Brad ford Kx PnnxBy and DuBols Ac com BnOalo and Rochester Kx 9.00 a m 1 1.10 pm 10.00 pm Arrrive. 6,45 pm 111.00 a m 7.30 a m Daily. tWeek Days. 9.00 a m train has Cafe and I reeBeclining Choir Cars. Pullman Bleeping Cars on 10.00 p m train between Pittabnrgh and Buffalo, PittEburgh and Bochester. Ticket Oflice, (00 Smithfleld Bt., cor. Fifth Ave. K. C. LABKY, C. O'D PASCAULT, Gen. Past. Agt., Dlv. Pass. Agt., , Bocbeater. N. Y. Pittsburgh, Pa. Marietta Iv. Cuywood Stanleyville ............ Whipple. warner. - Elba " Macksburg H Dexter City " BouthOllTe... - Dudley " Caldwell " Belle Valley - Avn " Glenwood " Pleasant City. " uerweni - Byesvllle - Cumbrldtre -..- " Tyner- - " Klmbollon - Bird's Run . " Guernsey " Post Boy " Ncwcomeratowu " Wolf " Rtons Creek , " Yorktowa " Canal Dovrr. " Valley Junction ox OIS THE AMERICAN LOAN COMPANY Loans money on diamonds, watches, jewelry, etc. Buy and sell new and second hand goods. Second hand shoes and clothing bought and sold, If you want money, want to cell or buy anything see us. Goods called for and delivered. THE AMERICAN LOAN CO., E. Hbnslkv. Mgr., Ill FrontSt., Phone 384. J. W. DOUDNA, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Prompt attention to cnlls Cit or Country, Day or Night. Lady AfcBifrtnnt when needed. Riley Block, No. 5 Tiber-way between Front and Second streets, Marietta, Ohio. Phone 295, fSESHSH5P5H5a5B5E5H5HSE ru W. O. WAY, K.O.liUlGIIAM, Jjl Pres't. Vice l'res't. " CIIAS. II. NKWTOX, Treas. SI TI-IE DIME SAYINGS SOCIETY, g hariett;., ohio. MONEY LOANED on Real Estate, Government, or m municipal uonas. l5H5HSESHSHSH5H5Eil Southward Vnlle.v JnnctlonlT.j i;hiii aiover Vorlctown. " Stbtio Creek " Wolf. " Newcomer-Mown" Post Boy " Guernsey " Bird's Hun " Klmbollon " Tyner " Cambridge. " Byesvllle " Derwent " Pleasant City - Glenwood " Ava " Helle Valley- " Caldwell " Dudley " South Olive " Dexter City..... " Macksburg " Elba " Warner " Whipple " Stanleyville " Caywood " marietta ar, H5 30HG 15M OS 6 m 7 im v 16 02f 7 32J2 SI H 10 7 60) 1 45 6 22,1 B Vil-1 Of OS AM AM 16 30 6 E5 6 48 f 7 25 f6 62 f7 30 704 800 7 13 8 20 7 23 f 8 38 729 900 735 7 39 7 44 755 8 05 8 15 820 828 8 31 839 8 67 9 15 f9 20 19 28 10 00 10 25 10 40 110 47 11 05 nirs 1130 12 35 9 24 9 34 9 40 9 48 10 00 flOlO 10 22 HO 30 10 46 1105 AM Oil AK f 9 15 f 12 45 IS! i ii lis 3 25 f?38 430 5 03 I'M 029iCI7 AM tm 6 3319 201 (6 43 f 9 461 re 49f9 66 r6 66)ionb I UllU OJI r? i5iof49f; 7 3011 301 7 46 i rn f7 62fl 01 7lt f8 02f 47 '8 15H 68 rs 2 IB 8 3612 50 fa 423 59 fS 60il3 8 64 9 00 9 064 05 9 16 f94H5 10 00 AM 3 34 3 51 4 25 9 26 4BS f9 345 03,f l ISO 7 " Vi 4M ...i.. 5 25 6 5 5 5 5 6 IS 5 45 6 35 PM PM Duk law tpatt, ?. M. UmJ. Light Tut, I. M. ton. Connection leare Newcomeratown via Pittsburgh Division. For Pittsburgh, and the East, 2 43 am, ll 31 am. 2 17 pm. or Uhrlchsvllle and Dennlson. t7 47 pm. For Columbus. t5 36 am. For Columbus and Cincinnati, ll23mM1 25pm.,Indlanapolla and St. Louis. 11 25 nm. For Columbus ana "Chicago, 4 20pm. Connections lenvo Canal Hover via Cleveland & PltlsbnrnrU Division. For Cleveland. Canton and Fort Wayno Route points, Chicago, Pittsburgh and Intermediate poluts, t7 20 am and t250pm, Dally, f Except Sunday, f Flag stop. L. V. LOIIEE, E A. FOUD, Celt.'il Kaugtr, Gwtnl Passtnger agin? 11.25-00.-N" PlTTSBUnaii, PENH'A, For time cards, rates of fare, fh rough tickets, baggage checks, and further information re tarding the running of trnlnB, apply to any igent of the Pennsylvania Lines. IS YOUK FKIi:SI) S LOUIS PUICE Tho Economical Jeweler. While at tho Dime Savings Bank Building, hav ing tho place for business but not the space, now moved and occupying partof John BicUert's store, having the ptaco and space where a magnificent display of modern Watches, Clocks, Rings, etc., Is ready for your Inspection Prices on all purchases and flrst clas3 Watch and Jewelry repairing aro strictly economical. 14G Front Street, Opposite Commer cial College Building, Marietta, Ohio. LIVE AGENTS WANTED AT ONCE (Men or Women), to sell our NAT IONAL HOME & MUSIC JOURNAL. The most popular musical monthly published. Contains 24 pages of the highest class of music written; also literature, engravings, etc. The music In one issuo would cost $2.00 ,and In the 12 isues( ono year's subscription), at leuric $25,00. The subscription price is fl.OO per year, bo we give $25.00 worth of music for ? 1.00, and.save subscribers the trouble ot hunting over music stores to select their music. Write today for terms and particu lars. Sample copy free. CHICAGO BOOK & NEWS CO., 26$ Wabash AVE., Chicago, III Ohio River Railroad. Tim.o Table Effective Nov. 25th, 1900. (Eastern Tlmt.; GOING NORTH Leave Wiliani3town-r- d7:4.7 a. m t... to Wheellnu 10:30 a. m to New MartlnsvilU dl2:45 p. m to Pittsburg and East d3:51 p. m... Wheeling and Int polnto 5:19 p. m., Ohio Valley Express Pitta burs and East. 6.12 p. m.-Slsteraville and int. point 9.07 p. m., New Martinsville and Int. points. GOING SOUTH. 8:56 a. m to Parkorsburg dll:17 a, m to Parkorsbura 12:03 p. m., Ohio Valley Express to Huntington and Cincinnati. d2:33 p. m ,' to Kenovn 4:45 p.'m m Pt Pleasant d7:06 p. m l...tx Parkersburg 9:54 p. m to Parlccrsburfl D dally. daily except Sunday, Ii E. CHALENQB, Gen. Paaa. A tout Examination of Teachers For the public schools or Washington County will be held In the Marietta High School Room on the second Saturday of each month exoepl January, July and August. 3. A- STONE, Marietta, Ohio. PreeUeut Board of School Firailatri. r h ' n lc i l-S lit: m ? , ib xw .? si A $etta Phone Wo. wv. 3 ..WfeA..