"J 1 ' ' 1 " KTii
"TrW (ji. 3-
n Excellent Combination.
Thov pleasant method anil beneficial
xltccts of the well known remedy,
gram.' of Fioh, manufactured by tho
Dawfohnia Flo Sriiup Co.. illustrato
thovaludof obtaining tho liquid laxa-
tlvo principles of plnntn known to bo
medicinally laxative and presenting1
"ihem in the form most refreshing' to tho
tasto nnd acceptable to tho system. It
'la the) ono perfect dtrcngtheniriR' laxa-
;tlvc, clcansinn- tho system effectually,
dispelling1 colds, headaches and fevers
pcnlly yet promptly and enabling ono
to overcome hnbitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionably quality and sub-
Ttancc, nnd its acting on the kidneys,
Ivcr nnd bowels, without weakening
or irritating them, make it tho ideal
In tho process of manufacturing Cgs
iiro used, as they avo pleasant to tho
taste, but tho medicinal qualities of tho
remedy arc obtained from benna und
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to tho Camfoihua Fiu Svr.ur
Co. only. In-order to get its beneficial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of tho Company
printed on tho front of every packago,
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
' DAW THANCISCO. CAT
i IiOUIBVliLE. inr. NEW TfOEK, N. Y.
For salo by nil Druggists. Prico bOc, por bottlo.
SOLD BY BEAGLE AND LYTL3
ArJD A. J. RICHARDS, MARIETTA,
7MI.C. XV. I'.1I.
J. Office No. 304-Front Street,
OppoBltoSoUUors'Monamcnt. Iteoldence No
618 Fourth Stroot. TV!oi hone ponnmtim
UNDEKWOOO & IjUDGY,
AttornuB At Live.
Corner HoconJ and Putnam Streets
Hoonirf No. 1 and H. MurlMta. Ohi
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Office onPutuaui St.
WAY & HANCOCK,
Attornoys-At-Lnw. Ituum 20, third flooi
Bt. Cltilr BuildinR.
J. 0. BRKNAN. C. C. MIDDLESWABT
HllUNAX .V MIDDLhMVAHr,
t, ,. ,. .. A"ornovs at Law.
Dnvls Untitling, Mnrlnttn. Ohio.
W. E. SVKKS, I.iiMjcr mill Notary
Stenographer in Oilico, Mills Building,
J. P. WARD, Estateeandn Gen
ral koan,Ai;ont. Ward-Nichols Mock.
C J. UATIUIVAV,
kj. Attozuur at Law.
otet Leader Offlco. Cor. Front nnd Putnr
COEN & WILSON,
AlinrnnjH nt Lnw, Rooms 23 and 25 St. Cllir
Building, Pntnam Street, Marietta, Ohio.
taiKLK3 W. U1CJJABD3,
l Attornoy at Law,
Ofilea on Putnam Bireet. Mnrlstl.
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Ijt. CInir bulldhu, Piilnnm Strrot, Miiri
NYK A 1TOI.LB.TT,
Attorneys at Law,
Offlca In Law JUulldlne. HarlstU, 0
F. J. CUTTER,
ATTOflNEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC
Office 227 Putnam S'xeot.
t Doors Above Court Hoaat
Wanted V Wife
Must bo strong ana never have a lame
back. DR. RANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB
LETS stop tho pain at once and cure
permanently. Sold by Beagle & Ly
tic and A. J. Richards, druggists, Mari
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bignaturo of C&i&ffi&C&k'.
KboBtcrs oflpu crow over eggs they
did not lay. Same with people who soil
an Imltatioii'Rocky MounlaiiiTca, made
famous !iy tho Madlbon Meillcino Com
pany's advertising. 3Cc. Afck your
ou can uc cured or any toriu or tobacco usiiit
easily, be made well, 6troug, magnetic, full of
new life and isor by taking NO-TO-BAO,
that makes weak men strong. Many pain
ten pouila in ten days. Ovtr 000,000
cured. All druguM". Cure miaraulced. Hook.
let and adviia 1'ltliR. Auilrcsi sri'RLINO
RJSMCDY CO.. Chicago or New York. Sl
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
112 Putnam Street.
Finest Ice Cream and Ices.
Caters to Parties and CIiidi
' L G. S
Clark, Ski ! Ms,
Mat nnd Hteitui Fitter. Klectrlclnm
BO Greene Street Marietta, Ohio
HOW. PEOPLE DBOWN
Old Life-Saver Says They Never
Signal for Assistance.
Imprcnalon Tlint n DrownliiR Person
Conic to the Stirfnce Tlirco
j Tlmcn pnlil to He Without
(Special Washington Letter.)
OV ALL 'the storloB ubont drowning-
people, this ia the most
xliiirnlar nnd intereatinir that
the writer hus cut henrti. There-is a'
free bathing beach in tho Potomac
river which is carefully guarded, and
yet quite a number of bathers hae
lost their Hies there. One of the life
eaters) there to-doy said: "in nil my
experience, and I haie hud consider
able nt Mirioua watering resorts, I
haie neier Known of a single instance
of a drowning person calling for
' "It is generally supposed that per
sons struggling in the water call foH
assistance, but such is not tho case.
Tor some reason, which can hardly be
explained, they neier signal help.
They simply throw up one hand, not
both, mind you, nnd under they go. I
,haie noticed tliis particularly at the
Washington bench, in not a single
instance has thrire been a call for help.
1 have pulled persons from the water
within a few feet of the raft who were
fctruggling for life, jet who ncer ut
tered a single outcry. v
"It was only that I happened to no
tice t heir peculiar act Ions in t lie water,
nnd not the noise they made, that im
pelled me to go after them. Time aiid
ngain 1 hae seen poor swimmers
Mart from the shore and . after
paddling a short distance throw tip
one hand and go Under. It is the most
icmarhablc tiling imaginable, that
they gie no signal of distress when
help is so near. 1 hinc often asked
rescued persons why they did not call
for help, but they couhl give ito ex
planation. They knew they were
di owning, but the only sign of their
peril was the involuntary luislug of
the arm. I have become so accus
tomed to this bort of thing that
peculiar manner in which a drowning
person throws up the hand that
among a score of bathers dli lug, duck
ing and splashing about I can tell the
one in danger in an instant.
"When lie goes down it is with head
throw n far buck. As the water washes
oier the face up comes the hand.
Then it slowly disappears, going un-1
der inch by inch.
"Then if anj thing is done it must bo
done quickly. I hae heard many
btories of a drowning person making
a great racket to attract attention,
but I do not belicic them. When more
than one person is in danger I haie
known of calls',1 'bnt'irii'a'ildbly they
came froiiKtlie'lone whocbuld swim
enough to saio himself, but who-ootihl
not, bring the drowning one ashore.
The one in immediate peril simply
goes under without a sound. 1 have
been with fairly good swimmers who
became exhausted, and who, without
a word of warning, threw back the
head as though about to float or swim
on the back, and go under. As they
bank one arm cathtfhp'.
"One would suppose that a person
who could swim would be exempt
from this dumbness in the moment of
danger, but it is not so. Of co'urse,'
many persons who start from shore
get out so far that they realize they
cannot get back without assistance,
and w ilk-call for help before their eu
ei gy lias been all spent. Possibly they
may manage to keep afloat until as
sistance comes, so when they cry out
they are notactuully drowning. When
it comes' to giving up and going under
they sink slowly, but without a sound.
"The more I think of this phase of
the drowning question the more re
markable it seems. Hoys haie been
drowned here who would haie been
icseued had they but called once.
They haie gone under surrounded by
companions and so close to the life
guard that rescue would haie been
JUST UEI-'OnE DROWNING.
assured hud there been any signal
"The impression tliat a drowning
person comes to tho surfacu three
times is u mistake. In fact, in ijiust
cases he goes under once and stays
tlieic unless some one goes after him.
Ordinarily, a person overbotml'tukea
enough water into the body on first
sinking to weight itso,tiiat it will not
rise to the surface, but there scetn'a
to bo no rule of nature governing this.
"I suppose if one goes' -under with
the lungs full of air thu body will come
to the surface, but usually the first
eliiking Is the last.
"This is otir experience at tho
beach. Cases haie-been quite iianirr
ouij whcio good Hwjmmerci dived from
the raft and failed to come to the sur
face, going under, and staying tliero
until one of the guards went down
forthem. Of coiirwe they weru brought
up) unconscious and could not tell why
they diil not conic up as usual, This
In another of the mysteries of drown
ing. If there nro more ways of kill
ing u cat than one, so tht-rb nro-nidrc
reasons than ono why people drown,
(food swimmers-, bad 'swimmers', and
those wh6 can't sivHrt at nil go tinder
nnd stay from time to time. If people
will go Into the water', people "will
drowBi We guard against accidents
ttf the best of our ability, but occa
sionally Homo ono goes down novcr to
come up alive. We 'guards sit her and
watch, go in and drag out all who appear-In
distress, but despite our vigil
ance suddenly aomc ono will be missed,
going down Without n word, surround
ed 'by half a hundred persons, any ono
of whom would possibly have been
able to extend a helping hand.
"As soon, as the alarm is sounded
c'veryone is called from the water and
'-mil j ,,
" I I !
'TVK JUST CC-MC IN, MISTED",
the glial ds begin diving aiid search
iug'aloiig the buttom. It is impossible
for anyone to remain under long
without being discovered. We haie
been very suctesrsfui in savlifg those
who have been taken from the -bottom
by working on tllein ashore. In
only a comparatively few instances
hus it been impossible to revive the
bather. Of the drownings the public
always hears, biit the lives that we
save at the beach seldom attract at
tention. Day after day boys' have
been rescued who probably never even
told their parents that they hud been
on the point rif drowning.
"The first tiling a boy docs on be
ing rescued, if in a conscious condi
tion, is to tell a lie. lie will declare
tha't he was not di owning, but was
only trying tti fool some other boy.
It seems to be regarded as a rather
disgraceful thing to be- caught in' the
act of drowning. It doesn't reflect
very much credit on the average bo5
but it is a fact (hat as soon as ho
finds that a co'mp.iuiou with whom
he came to the bench is missing, the
survivor begins to think of home and
mother, and in nine cases out of ten
will start for the bath house without
giving the alarm. '
"As to how long it is possible for a
person to remain- under the water
and live I do not know. The longest
I have any personal knowledge of is
15 minutes. This was the case of a
ei)l'6rfd"ma'n.'"lle felt "from ii steam
boat whhrf at a summer resort in
Maine. 116 came on the steadier which
blew as it reached the wharf. I heard
the whistle and lorihcl at my watch
It was four o'clock. Afterward I went
to the Wharf and was told 'that the
man fell just as the whistle blew. No
one had gone after liim, so I dived in
and brought him out of 20 feet of
water. 1 looked at my watch and ft
was 15 minutes and some seconds after
four. I had no hope for the man, but
hu was taken to the hospital and sur
vived, I sow him often afterwards.
"Boys should always have elder
brothers or fathers or guardians with
them," very earnestly said the life
saver. "Tliey will remain in tlie -water
too long, unless they are re
strained. Almost Invariably when I
command a lad to come out he prompt
ly replies: 'I only just come in, mis'
ter, 'deed I did. ' Jimmy, there, has
been In for a long time;' when, ns a
matter of fact, both little rascals have
been in the vvhter for two hours or
longer. Hemaiuiiig long in the w'a
fer weakens people, no mntter how
strong they may be naturally. The
water opens every pore and slicks the
skin dry. The boys who are allowed
to stay in the water more than an
hotir are in lit Condition to liave
cramps and drown. The youngsters
would stay 'in the water until they
sprouted fins, but the beach attend
ants are watchful and compel them to
come ashore. Very often, after they
arc dressed, they look so different
tliat they can come bade inside of 15
minutes and get into the water again.
"During the past week 4,87.1 'people
took plunges from this beach, includ
ing men and strangers lisiting the
city, with boys or attendants. Some
of the boj's have formed clubs for
aquatic sports, and they contest as
earnestly us the members of popu
lar organizations. They swim stated
distances, accompanied by skiffs and
life guards. They dfVii for depths or
distances, but are carefully watched
so that life-savers can dive after
them if the- do not come up iery
promptly. Altogether, this swimming
bench on the Potomac H one of the
most enjoyable and healthful of the
summer resorts of the national capi
tal." And, he might have added, always
one of the most dangerous.
' SMITH D. FrtT.
Why Th- Mice MlNxliuinrli-a.
The cannibals of Kly river, (luinpii,
iio not eat missionaries because they
Jiave any religious dislike to them,
blit because as noneonsumers of rum
and tobacco their flesh is more pal
atnble than that of most other whlto
men. They turn witli aversion from
Mesh, tainted irjth the flavor of alco
hol and tobacco.
The World's I'nrireiit I'rlxoii,
KrancoVnew prison at Fresucs,
home right nilJex from l'aris, is the
largest In the world.
' Ho"w .re -jfour Kldneyi t
I)r. nobis' Bparajitu Plllt enre all kldner lilt. Bain.
sio ri?. Add. twrunf, vtmw PV I VUlVlgV Of R, f,
MASON'S ORCHESTRA I
Qobd music for dances, h'or rates and
- information call at
Ma.soi's Barbet Shop,
231 Second St. Opposllo Union Depot,
$ $J 'YdUR. FRIEND' V. $ $
Money saved Is money earned. Now
If you can buy a Watch, n Chain, a
Locket, a Clock, a Bracelet, a Itlng,
or many other novelties In joivolry 2G
per cent lesa than clsoivliero it la
mondy made. Why not try it onco
and bo convinced? First class Watch
and Jewelry Repairing at the, abovo
1BG FRONT STREET.
At John Blclfcrt's JPIsxco.
Ladles, clean yoUf Kid gloves VUh
La Bcllo Glovo Cleaner, for sale only
by Otto Bros., headquarters for dress
ed and undressed lcltl gloves. All tho
leading shades. Gloves fitted and
Take Rocky Mountain Tea. Sec It
exterminate poison. Feci it revitalise
your blood and nerves nnd briug back
that happy, joyous feeling of boyhood
days. ouc. Ask your druggist.
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In this lssuo of tho Leader appears
a full description, of our phenomenal
premium offer, to which tho careful
attention of tho public is respectfully
directcdj Undor tho provisions of this
offer, besides getting tho very bc3t
nowspapcr in this city or section, our
subsclbers aro afforded tho opportun
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for tho very low sum of ono dollar and
sixty-eight cents. This offer applies
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Our solicitor is now nt work In the
city of Marietta, and should ho fall to
call on you, please call us by tele
phone, wiltc, or como to our office.
Don't fail to read thopremlum offer In
this paper and don't fail to take ad
vantage of It.
Tho Pa-ZI Laundry calls for and do
Ilvcrs family washings on Fairvlow
Heights, Norwood and WilliamBlown.
Olvo us a trial.
Reward villi bo pnld lor
nny enso of Nisa) Catarrh,
Catarrh of Hoid or Ca
tarrhal deafness that can
not be prnmnrntly curtd
liv HITMKRM's! r'lJT.-AM
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pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes and heals the
membrane. Containa no inurcury nor other
njurlous drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gucs
instant relief. Repularsize. fifty cents. Sam
pleand full directions frcoon request by C.W.
Bcccs.ions & Co,, Cbicaco. 111.
Bridge's rivers, tunnels' mountains,
builds cities, gathers up the scattered
r,is of one's ability. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea docs. 33c. Ask
's This ?
During the'week of the Elk's
Carnival, beginning Mon
day, Sept. 16. Given by
f -) i
Zenda Dancing (lui).
We invite you all. Don't
fail to attend this great of
fering. ' Prizes " -will be
awarded- on Tuesday and
Friday Nights to the best
waltzing couple in the hall.
"Something doing every second" Ih
the programme for Railroad Day at
tho Tan American Exposition, Satur
day, Sdpt. 14th. Low fares via Penn
sylvania .Uncss , f 1
"Ilmvo hern iilnir OA.SCAItHTS Hir
Inaomnia, with lncli I haio l lii nflllc-ua tor
over iWojtiy ycurs. aiul I tun any tu.it tliscfirels
h;ivo k'lvcn uiomoraiollcl llnuianyiillirriunio
dy I liiivo.cvcr tried. I Hliull certulnly rccorn
mccil tlif.m to.'my frlontlRiiH hclni; nil tliey nro
represented." . Tmrt. aittAiio, Liuln, 111.
, Pleannnr. Palntable. Potent, Tatte- Good. Do
Oooil,Jscfer8lcU-ii. Wcaken.or Grlic, Wo,Jic,lo.
... CURE OONSTIPATION. .,.
Il.rniiy Hfttf it nmpmft tllrwt Hfi-lrRl, Ktw Tptk. Hi
RW I U'JAC Ki.U l9 tTwK Volgw uw-
Restore- Vilaiiry, Lo&tlgor and (Manhood
tiirnlai potency Nifilifc Cmhilons, Losa of Monv
VTYf "II WU3HIIK MIOUOOU3,
nil Gtloctt oiojf-nbu3o or
nwAorv nnd . Infllfir.rnt.lnn
A norvd tonlo and
I blood builder. Brltifrs
'tho pink slow to pnlo
cboaks una rostorca tho
Jlro of youth. By mn.il
VIM -, NOUOporilUAiU uuawimi'
mtt ttr ...uii ..m UnlrktiiA mitiiatitnn tn nnrA
or rofundtUa money. palcU Send for circular
nndVuvnfnnr bnnlatblo nun ran too bond.
mt . . ..i i
.....: ..i iianiEuiBic ucuuiia
Posttlvoly Buarnntcod enro for Loss of Powor,
Vnrleocofo, Uniiovolopod or Bliruukon Organ",
Pnrojlt, LocomotOB Atnxln, Nervous-Projtw.
tloa, riystarla, Fits, Insanity, rnralysl; and tho
Hosults ofEicOMlro Ueo of Tobacco, OrluiriiU
Liquor. y mail In.plnln packneq, ffll.OO
boxi 0 for $0.00 Willi our bankable fraott
antoo bond to-cora la SO days or rofuct
monoy paidr Address
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Ollntcn & Jackson Sto., CHICAGO, IUl
Sold By Beagle ,& Lytlo ana A. J
Richards. Drucslsts. Harlot ta, Ohio.
Lvory tidy Housekeeper needs
"Tho Tidy Housekeeper," tho lat
ebtf combination cupboard and
hiti'heu cabinet. Everything
neat, handy and compact. Call
and examine it at
i). I c. fuITture co.,
Manufacturers' Agent for Marietta .
Ward-lllcho!s Block, Second Street;
They CURE DANDRUFF. HAIH
FALLING, HEADACHE, etc-, yet cos'.i
tho same as an ORDINARY comb.
What's that7 Why,Dr. White's Elec
tric Comb. Tho only'uatoneted Comb
in tho world. People-, everywhere ii
has been introduced, aro WILD with
delight.' You simply comb your hair
each day-, and tho comb doo3 thft rest
This wonderful comb is simply un
brcalcablc and it is made so that ft li
ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to break
or cut the hair. Sold on a written
guarantee to Give PERFECT satisfac
tion in EVERY respect Send stamps
for ono. Ladies' size 50c. Gents'' sfzto
35c. Llvo men and women wanted ev
ery where to introduce this article.
Sells on sight. Agents are wild 'with
success. (See want column of thli
paper.) Address D.'N. Rose, Gen. Met.
Dec 18, lyear-D,& W.
OHIO VALLEY LINE
- DIJlItOT.aOVTE TO --Mo-
BUFFALO, K. Y. ,
Itouml trip tlckote Tvlll lo on nlo
DAIL.Y nt tho following rates i
Soasou Ticket $ 15.00
15 Day Ticket 13.G0
10,DayTiclcot ,.. n 20
For tlmo of train or other Informa
tion call 011 Agonto of Ohio Itlvcr It. It. vr
J,. E. CHAlENOIt,
Qen'l Viva, Anent,
-l , Parltersburir.W.VB.
). & L. K. R.
, , t
yimiCAm) iy effect dec. j&d. 1896.
" f.owoll .... ....
f.r St i'aul
OHIO MR R. R.
No. 70. No. 7J.
8 50 a m lltpm
OtlMn 8 18 p m
7 13 A m IS 25 p m
7 s a in 1 10 pm
8 08 a m inip a
0 11 am s to pa
11 st 11 m 7,50 11 m
a oopm 7'm)irn
II efi am 11 SB pm
" Columbus .. ..
7 00 pm ...w....'.
II 16 p 111 11 is m
7 40 m 151 p 10
8 40 a m 8 Ml p m
01 am 11 pm
8 iu in iUpm
10 01 n -11 c-sopm
10 40 a ii U(pm
All Train Dally except Hunaay, '
Ncs. 70 arid 7a innV3o close oonneetloai
'i.-.MeovIllo with tH6II. X O: and I'aor Uud
iralna for Oolumbua, CblosRO-snd tbe West.
J. iiojpk Birr 01:. Gonen.1 Managei.
r, nt I,A.RUI5UN.iQenerl Vimeit'erAscnt
BnlTalo, Rochester anfl t
Pittsburgh Rai way,
Exposition Line . .
THROUGH VESTIBULED TRAILS
Equipped with Pullman Sloopora, Hand
Eomo Day Coaclioa, Cafo and Ro-
dining Qhafr Oars,
Quick Time Superior Serifce. '
From P, & W Station, Alleghony.
Katurn Btaniluril 'iline. I Leovo.
Duffalo, HochfBter, l'nn
ziy, DnUola and Orud
rauxay and DuBou Ap
Bnflfalo and Iloetteater
9.00 a m
t 4.10 pm
p.00 a in trnln lm Cafe and I reeltecllning Chair
Cam. 1'illUnnn Bleeping Cars On 10.00 p ni train
between Pittsburgh and UuUalo, rjttsburkli
Tlokot Otllce, S00 Bmlthneld St., cpr, Plftb
K. O. LAPEYf C, O'D PASOABLT,
Ocn.Pa,At.. BIt, P, Agt
Koeheeler, N, V VUtaliurth, P
& 0. S-W. R R
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Tra.hu Arrlvo at ami Depart from lidlon
Statloil r- ft
Ceutrr.I Standard Tlmo. t1 , 1
AHMTB WEaWYiUD. UArMj
8 10 ft m-JAtheng, Chmitfollie, 11 0 p fc
ia OOm St. iouls andTll polrita 1 UO rt to
b-WHKl ,.t ,i.. .
m Helpre, At hi
atad vay otatlmui
7 00 p m 11 o 1 p r e, Pa riiers- -f 8 00- p
clnnntl. I.onlnrlIle. St.
, Louis, chicftg) and an -
points west, omtn and
BOUthlTCSt. ' i
t 7 40 am rarkeraburfaadnqlpre
EASTWARD. ; 'i
T 00 pra-lialpre, FaikoriiDarir. 15 ooidr
Clntittbura, , aratton,'
ana all way Rations.- '
ia 45 p m-r-Uolpre, Pa-hcraburg, l 00 p
i i Gruflon; Wiuhlngton,
la,.ind Now rork.
3 10a m rfltkersbnfe. Wash
PhlladelohM&nd New York. .. '
10 p OO m ParkenibUTr, Waalu U 40 P m
ndolpbla, HdV Yort:, ' "
Bo.-ton and all polnti oast.
Mnrlotti and Pirkostmrg Tjodal
1 20 a m
3 10 n m
u 40 a m ij
l'J 4 Spill
a an p m
4 40 p m cz San
7,oo p m
a mm 6x0
It 00 run
i 1 00 pin
5 00 pm
11 40 p in
t run to Pa)k
iw uu j, ni
All trains of Marietta I'lsti
For through tiokota to aq points lrutM
United Statcn, Canada nvd Mexico, with at-.
tailed lntormntlon as ta rates.toutes, sloeplrn
car accomtnmUtlons etc., pliae.call On, er
addrocut ' ii i ' .i. , i-
Hi M. Patm, Ticket AEont,ll4rlotta, a.
A. If. Gnidm, Passenger Agtl Marietta, O.
(J. I'.MoUAK I'Y, GenU PaBsegfr Agent.
Cincinnati. 0 t
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. f!fiarlcttanS,vla Jori.!
Trains Run by Central Sindard Tlmo,
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BoutS Ollvo, 1.... "
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Uelb Valley "
7 35 .9 1513
17 3S;i9 U013
7 44 f 8 2913
8 05 10 29
8 iaf 10 40 fl CQ
8 20f 10 47i fl 05
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IOVC0 - " IB 59T7 27,
HUino Creole " fa id 7 461
tWolf - " f6 22X8 oaf
Jlewcomtntoiru " I 6 33) 9 Out
Post JJoy " f6 43 f9 12
laucrnsey " f 6 439 20f3 24
6 EG,f9 34 3
7 Ofil 9 581 3
t 'ft iK'inffKf
Z ?aii 1
iercnt " f 7 52,f
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lemioou " iu ilsi
did Valley "
JuUllrclI ,.... "
8 39 21
f8 42 f2 I
vltr City "
Kibd .1: "
I 54 3 341 5 29
I 00 3 51 5 3S
9 0614 09 5 411
-9 16 4 IS 5 511
,, llll-MIV ... .....I,.,.., --
MuHettn ,.... ar,
9 25 4 53' 6 00
f9 4115 15 f 6 16
10 OO1, & 45 6 351
AM I'M -I'M I"
Bkrlfcru,P.JI.tuM. Ughtracs, 1:X,'I1bV
Coiiiu-clloiia lenio Ncwcomcmtowfn -via
Plltlii(rKh UUIslou. For l'lltsburgh nti,cl
tbo linl2 43 am., 11 34 a''ll.'217pln''or
Uurlcbn llllo and l)euulson,t7 47pm. a, .n
For Cofmbti, 15 36 ant. Fpr Columbns nnd
Clneliinui,iU-23um., 1lMmii.l IiulliuinrHitb
ana Ht. JJiuIk, 11 2apin.,.Jj'or OoIiimJjus, drul
CUlcafo,l2Dpm. "' ' ' r t,
k Coimeciloits. leave. Canal. Dover l&Xn
Clelrliuiil &, PttUburali Dlvlilon. Kdr
ClevelundilCanton nnd Port yuyno Kollle
points, CliUligo, ritUburuli mid lutcrmedlata
twiiite, fl akm. and t2 53 P"
1 Dally. tEsccptHunday; firing Stop. ,
O. L. PECK) E. A. KOllD,
Gntrl Kicijir, Gtntrtl Ftueager igat,
7-0M11.-N. i'.iTrsBUnair, l'KN'A. t ', ,
For tlmo cards, rntei of faro, through llcltets,
uiiKKugu cuuujin, nun tiirvutri jiiiuiiiiui-iuu le-
gnnllng tlio lunnlng or traliu, apply to any
ugent of tho ltansylvaula Lines.. ,
ui irv.n-e .
Ohio Biver Railroad.'
Time TabU EffccUiro NoTaeth, lyH'
(ukstern .Time.) '
Leavo Wlllamstowp Jt
:47 a, m . td WlAsIlfl
10i 86 a. to rid Nof Martlaerllta
dl2MR p. m.,...to PlttBbure and K&M
d31 p: m.Wheeling and Int. point
5:9 p.,ih., 6hlo Vafloy-'BiproSi'lM
turg and EaaK"" ' ' i3L
8.12 p, m..SlsteravlIIo and int, point
8.07 p. m., New MartlnbllIo and.Iat
nnr.T w ' i? s',,fy
UUUtf HUUIU. LTI
8: fed, a. m.
411:17 a. m. ......;;1toPrt:or8but
013 021 010
AM AJtl T-Jt
16 30 6 B t2 15
fG 48 7 2 It 3.1
f 7 till 3?
8 2d'2 58 '
18 33.3 08 ,
q oa'3 u
9 24 ,1 05 S13
9 34 f J Kf5H
f9 4rj 31f5S
10CXV 2 29 s
10 45 4 30 6 3
AM I I'M I'M
1 M 4 75
j 09 4 31
t 47 4 42
i 58 4 50
2 1B"4 59
12:03 p. m., Ohio Valloy .BipfeWta
Huntington and Cincinnati. k
d2:35 p. m to:Kondr
4:45 p. m ,. ,.,:d I,l'liJ
d7;06 p.m ,....toPrirk&rburi.
9:54 p. m. ...... ..if ft0iPwk9riburl
D daily, dallf 'except Sunday.'
L. B. CHALENOR,' '
Gn. Pasa. Aseat
li " TU
'jr -rtiTc fyt -
? 5 "
Pfonecr Dairy and Product Ci
At Np, 214 Scammel street
t v it ' ti'tfwr
has for sale, the 'ijnwt Jtty
milk, our mHK tBmw.
cheese, T and! 'JDiky. Butter,
Marietta Pfapof W 290. '
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