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BUY THE GENUINE
SYRUP OF FIGS
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CALIFORNIA Fid SYRUP CO.
t tr KOTK Til K JjAMK.
SOLD BY IH3AGLM AND LYTLlfl
Ai?b a, j. nicfiAiiDS, marietta,
omo.
J
LOCAL
and
CLIMATIC
Notliluu hilt it local
remed) or cluingu of
ellmntA will cum
CATARRH.
TIib dix-CIIU'l
ly's (ream Balm
ItfttHitckh At-ur)v1
UIvph Helli't atiinri,
OiMiimiilfcli,nii"0! tliv
.lllfill l UfilK'"'.
Allnislnllamiii.itlnn
Jleuls uhll I'rnticlntli
Membrane. HcKUireitliJSi'ii'i'n of 'lnlo till
bnirll. Nu Jlcrctm. Nn Iiijiirimitilriiv. lti":
lartiizo, MIcimiIj; riinitl) Sizn.EI.U)nt UruRKlutt'
nr b mall.
KL, llUUl'HUItS. ' Warn u fctrout, Now Ynrk.
U orrjco.No. 30 Front Striot.
Opposite Soldiers' Monument. Uoildence Nc
S18Vitith8tri. lolothonnnonnoot'i.t
UNDERWOOD A LUDKY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Socona and Putnam htrosts
Rooms No. 7 ana I), Marlnttn. Obi
T AlllCU UEt.FOltD,
Attorney and ConnHHior at Lav,,
uraco on l'utnam St.
WAY & HANCOCK,
AttornoVa-At-Lnw. ltooai 20, thlnl flooi
St. Clair Building. .
J. C. DltnNAN. . C. C. MIDDLKSWAin
IIUKNAN A- MIDDLLbWAKT.
flttornova at Law.
Savin Itnlldiuir, Marietta. Ohio.
IV, 13. SV1CKS, Liimrr find Notary
Slonographor in OIllco, Mills HiilMliig,
Marietta, Ohio.
JD U A P n Dealer In Koa
. r. WMnL, nutate and Gun
eral Loan Agent Ward-Nichols Mock.
S'j. HATHAWAY,
Altumoy at Miwi
ovei Loader Oiarn. Cor. Front nnd I'ntn
COEN & WILSON,
Attuninj'H nt, I. m, Itooinfl'i! initl 25 Ht. Cli ir
Hull, Una-, I'ntn mi .Street. Marietta. Ohio
CK.VUI.EHW. KIUIIA11KS,
Attorney at Lw,
Onlrnnn Pntnum Kirnnt. v,riti.
G. W. STRECKER, !?'
St. Clair building, Putnam Streot, Mari
etta, Ohio.
Ni'K A tOI.LKTT,
Attorneys, at Lav,
Office In Law Uulldlnz. Marietta, 0
F1. J". CUTTER,
(Ex-Probate Judge.)
ATTOHHEY-AT-LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC
Offlco 227 Putnam S'xeet.
. ,. I Doora Above Court Homss
Wimted A Wltu
Must be strong ana never have a lame
back. pi. ItANKIN'S KIDNEY TAB
LETS stop the pain at oheo and cure
permanently. Sold by Bcaglo & Ly
tlo and A. J. Richards, druggists, Mari
etta. Oh la
tPor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
vrf&o&$fM&&
Signature
Boosters often ciow over eggs they
did not lay. Sonic with people who soil
an Imitation Rocky MountainTca, made
famous by tlio Madison Meiliclno Com
pany's advertising. 2Gc. Ask your
tlruftslst
DON'T
TOBACCO SPIT
and SMOKE
Vour Lifeawayl
Von can be fured of any form of tobacco using
easily, 1 made well, strong, magnetic, full nt
new life rmd vigor by taking HO-TO-BAC,
that makes weal: mn strong. Many pain
ten pouiitls in ten days. Over BOO.OOQ
cured. All druggists. Cure guaranteed. Hoot.
let and'idvkc l'RKK. Address STF.RLING
K1MKDY CO.. Chicago or New York. 437
BAKER and CONFECTIONER,
112 Putnam Street.
Finest Ice Cream and Icea.
Caters to Parties and Club
L. C S
DENTIST,
OTTO BLOCK
Pulnam Street.
PLUMBERS.
Una and Stenm I'iltori. Vloctrlclnnn
Sip Greene 8tret Marl ft U. Ohio
POPULAR RATE
Excursion to Wheeling, Sun
day Sept. 22, via. 0. R. R.
Sdnday, Sopt. 22nd, the Ohio River
Ballroaii will inn a popular lalo ex
cursion iom Parkersburg and inter
mediate polntR to Wheeling, nccount
ot encampment of tho West Vhglnla
National Guaids. Special train will
be, run, leaving Williamstown 7:C(i
n.m arrlvo at Wheeling 11.00 a.m.
Koturiilrig spocial train will leave
Wheeling 7:30 i,m. Hates fiom
WlIlahiBtown $1.D0 nml corresponding
ly low rates from other stations.
Tickets will bo good gung from uta
tlou'B, named hbovo, call on your near
est Ticket Agent
'JArmVI'
uJt&L URVU. - J&.iiu.
catarrh
.HAY FEVER
Clark, Stuart I Me,
' M' .,"
SSS3$9S9S99
ift -
H0(JS TO CLEAN CITY.
Woman's Novel Suggestion for So
lutlon of Garbage Problerri' "
bcolnrcii Thnt the l'orkcm Wontit
Illiipnae of tlio Itefimc from Klteh-
cn nml l"roe Sauruc ol lle-
cimo" to CltUeiiK lntcruxtcil.
The use of hogs Instead of garbage
calls to keel) the city clean Is.siiggcst
I'd by Mrs. C. T. Unbcock, U701 Mich.
Ignn nvcntic, Chicago, to the alley cquv
uiittcc of the Sixth ward. Sim lUshtis
her proposition formally niatlc to the
council at its licxt lueetilig.
She points out that all efforts for
the disposition of rnrbnge has been
unsatisfactory. A hog, she sayb, will
eat all the refuse except nshes, and
she recommends that one of the an
imals be kept at exery-residence and
flat building. Of cotir.se, the .larger
buildings will need two or three.
For the use of the poor ho cannot
afford a hog she reconimends that a
number of public animals, branded
with the name of the ward and alder
man to which it belongs, be turned
loose. These would gather up all the
refuse, left in the alleys.
There are many cities where the
plan has been tried. In numerous
hamlets, especially in the southern
states, , hogs run nt will, They ef
fectually pretent complaint on the
garbage score, but the animals, espe
cially those of the kind known as rn
yorhacks, soon learn dexterously to
lift the heatlest gate from its hinges,
thereby gaining entrance to the gar
den plats and eating vegetables not
jet ready for the garbage man.
TO HAVE GIANT GLOBE.
Mructtiro Par Ori'titer 'I linn tlio tllltel
Toner l'lnmicil for the St.
LoiiIh Pulr,
One of the primary attractions of
tho .St. Louis world's fair will be a
marvelous aerinl globe 700 feet high
from stone base to roof. Ilesldc it
the Biffcl tower and the Ferris wheel
are crude engineering feats. The big
jlobo will bo constructed by a com
pany headed by C. F. Blonke, with a
capital of $1,500,000.
At a height of 110 feet will be a
spacious roof garden about 1,000 feet
in circumference. This will contain
two restaurants and two theaters. At
an altitude of 295 feet will be located,
a high coliseum with walks around
tho globe, giving a complete tiew of
the. grounds. Below will be seen two
regular circus rings anil a race track.
Cnderncnth tho scats will bo a me
nagerie viewed from thp circular
walk. The grand music hall will be
120 feet up, with numerous not el mu
sical attractions. At 450 feet will be
the aerial palrni.gorden.i'i
A complqte -jyieiwii of, ythe- grounds
may be liacljrpm herq.Sjhundrjul,
:cei up win no too oosorrntion tower,
where the weather bureau anil
searchlight display will bo located.'
Aboto this will be the wheeJhousc for
the IChugc glevators, capable of car
rying GO persons each, which will enr
ry tho crowds through the big sphere.
HAS WRITTEN A BOOK.
Mine. Nordlcn, the Cclchniteil S In fire r,
Gives to. the .Musical World,
Vnlunblp Ailtlcc.
William Armstrong, the musical
critic nnd lecturer, has arrived in
New York with the manuscript of a
book by Mine. Nordica, which is
promised to bear the title, "Hints to
Singers." This is Mine. Nordiea's
first attempt at book writing, nnd
she has written n work which Mr.
Armstrong says should meet with
high favor from singers of all de
grees. Mr. Armstrong, who went with
the singer and her husband, Zeolton
Dome,, to Boll, n resort in the Black
Forest, edited the work and has
brought it to New York for publica
tion. Several oilers have been made
for tho work, but no arrangement
with any publisher hns yet been
made.
Mme. Nordiea's book first treats of
tho choice of singing as a profession
and tho choice of n teacher and
where to study. She giv-es a clear
idea of what is demanded of n singer,
and takes, step by step, the church
concert, oratorio and operatic ca
reers of singers, and gives practical
advice upon tho great variety of
points that present themselves to the
singer who would attain the success
that is enduring.
AViiu Good In IIm I)n)-,
While the head sqrvnnt of Clyde
Fitch, the playwright, was superin
tending the spring cleaning in his
master's new home a short time ago
he noticed that the old Irishman who
was beating the carpets was not
treating with proper respect nn ex
tremely nntlque Cashmere rug which
Mr. Fitch had come across while trav
eling in Europe. So he warned the
man to be careful, "for,' he added,
"it's a 'very old rug." "Never mind,"
said the Irishman, consolingly, ''Ol'll
trato it careful. 01 don't doubt it's
been a good one in its day."
Aluminium Tube for Torueiloeii,
Torpedo tubes made of aluminium
Instead of steel have been placed on
board of two destroyers at Ports
mouth. The use of these tubes
at present is experimental, but
so considerable will be the saving in
weight an important matter In qon
ucction with light craft like destroy
ersthat, if successful, aluminium
tubes would be generally used.in place
of steel tubes.
Ilorm-N Killed In London.
It is estimated that q 0,000 horses
are killed uhuuully In London.
u, AiiAalj,,j.w
x iAHUv
-.iiw.(ilAafi ikr.v j -
. .uMft " h.a4
lM
AfihicutTURAL LABORERS."
f, .
tatlntlot l'rcimrert liy the CJovern-
lii cut Show Tluit I''nriillnir KiU
antic 3U.0 Per Ccrit of Worker.
Statfstlc3 of form inbor nncl thrj
.wages, bold In the several states nntj
lorrltorlca have been prepared by the.
agricultural department nml lire soon
to be issued In the forjft of a 11111101(11
,by the department. A greater imbi
ber of. pei-sous tiro directly engaged
jn soino form of agriculture than, in
jany other branch of labor. There
(W'cro ay,7;i5,0l persons, m years 'ot
aire and over, hntluc gainful occiitfai
'tions in tho United Stntefl In 1800, qf
whom 8,205,034, or .10.9 per ceht.j were
engaged in agriculture; of tlieBC,
71,004,001 were agricultural laborers,
the class whose wage's are the subject
of this report.
Agricultural laborers that is,
those who work for hire aro a da
creasing clement ns compared with
the entire fnrm labor of tho United
States. In 1870 thov constituted 48.9
jipr cent., or nonrly one-half, of the
agricultural workers; In 1880, 43.0
iper cent., and in 1890, 35.8 per cen,t.,
or little mora than one-third. The
latent year covered by this report is
1899.
, Fnrm wages per month, by the
year or sjcason, without board and
'with board, were higher in 1899 tlinn
Jn, 1898. In rnte of wages, with board,
per month by the year from 1808 to
1899, the smallest changes arc in
Georgia, Texas and New Mexico, each,
less than 1 per cent. The -highest
gain was in Minnesota, 10 per cent.,
.followed by Wlsponsin, nqnrly 10 per
cqnt., Washington and Michigan, eneh
0 per cent.; North Dakota, 8.5; South
Dakota, 7,5 per cent., and Wyoming,
7 per cent.
In the United States, ns a whole,
wages per mohth by the year or sea
son, both with dud without board,
had their maximum in 1SC0 and their
minimum in 1879.
ONE SOURCE OF MALARIA.
Discovered by JlnMiieliiiset(N Ofllclnl
Thnt Itnllnn Laborer Spread
the Dlnennc.
In the annual report of the state
board of health, Secretary S. W.
Abbott soys that during the past ten
years every case of malaria investi
gated in Massachusetts has been
traced to the presence in the neigh
borhood of Italian laborers.
Italy, it is well known, is cursed
by malaria, says the report. In. a
previous report on the sanitary con
dition of tho Sudbury and , Concord
rivers, made to the general court In
May, the board stated plainly that
there was nothing in the condition of
the meadows near those rivers to
generate mnlaria. But. wRhin the
last 11 years 191 cases have been re
ported in the .distance of ten. miles
.along the river from Saxonville, in a
population ot about ,500, Few paserf,
t he'bon'sdys,',wee, reported 'below'
this point previous to 1895, anil i)ot
many until 1898, since which time it
has prevailed in Concord and Biller
ica. In both cases, the board says:
"The evidence tends to show thnt it
was introduced into these towns by
the laborers engaged in digging up
the street when constructing the
waterworks and sewerage system's.
Upon the completion of the works in
Billerica, the number of cases rapidly
diminished, while in Concord tin ef
fect of the work continued through
llast year, and we must wait through
another senson in learn whether it
also diminishes here."
RUSSIA PLANS EXPOSITION.
Will Hold International CoiiKrcnn of
FlalicrU'H In St. I'eternhurir
In lOOl!.
Notice has been received by the
state department from th,c Bussian
embassy of tho international exposi
tion nnd congress of ilsherlcs, to be
held in St. Petersburg in 1902. An
invitation is extended to flic United
States to participate In the exposi
tion and to send ofllclnl Relegates
and experts to the congicss. The fol
lowing extract is taken from the reg
ulations: "Tho exhibition is open to Bussian
and foreign exhibitors. ItB objects
consist in determining the nctunl Con
dition of sea and fresh water fish
eries and of other similar pursuits;
acquaint producer) and consumers
with tho various products of fisheries
and with methods of prppnring and
preserving same; exhibiting the grad
ual development and actual state of
artificial fish breeding, ns likewise
tho various nspects of amateur fish
ing nnd angling, and promoting sci
entific research pursued in the inter
ests of fisheries. ,
"Exhibits will be carried on Bus
sian railways at reduced rates. The
exhibition will be proclaimed a bond
ed store for foreign exhibits. Duties
will 1m charged on goods remaining
in Bussin.t'
Woman Lived In Three Ceiiturlc.
Born in the eighteenth century and
having spanned with an aetlte life the
diitire nineteenth century, Mrs. Cath
erine HovVc, who had reached the ex
traordinary age of 103, has just diqd ot
the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. A.
Jones, 213 IUttlcdge street, Brooklyn.
Up to two weeks ago, when she tool; ,'o
her bed she was In full possession of
every faculty except eyesight.
Cnn Count on Ami-i-lenti Children,
The Lafnyetto niouUmcnt erected
In Paris a year ago by contributions
of American children is icported to
be crumbling at the base and in dan
ger of falling to the ground. If there
ura ho admirers of Lafayette In Pnris,
soys tho Chicago Tribune, tin,. chil
dren of America may have to tuke vi
another collection.
. iii - v .
MASON'S ORCHESTRA!
Good music for d1hccs h'or rates an
infoimntton call at
Mason's Barbbr Shop
231 Second St. OnrKisIto Union Dejiot
$ S . YOUR. FRIEND v $
PRICE
Econornical JeWel6f.
Motley saved is monby eatrlod. No
If you can 'buy 'a Walch, n Chain, o
Lbckot, a Clock, a Bracolct, a Bine
or many othor novelties In jovclry 2.
per cent less than clsowhore It ii
money music. Why Hot try It ortct
and bd convinced? First class Watcl
and Juwelry Repairing at tho nboVi
Prices
, 15C FnONT STREET.
At John Bickort's Plrxco.
Clove (leaner.
Ladles, clean your kid gloves with
La Belle Glove Cleaner, for sale onlj
by Otto Bros., headquarters for dress
ed and undressed Itid gloves. All tht
loading shades. Gloves fitted and
warranted.
Tako Rocky Mountain Ten. See li
oxtciminato poison. Fcol it revitalise
your blood and nerves and bring back
that htippy, joyous feeling ot boyhooc
days. Sue. Ask your druggist.
OUFl PREAlIUAl OFFER.
In this Issue of tho Leader appears
a full description of our phenomenal
premium offer, to which tho careful
attention of tho public is respectfully
directed. Under tho provisions of tklr
offer, Jjcsldos getting the very best
nowspapcr in this city or section, oui
subsclbers aro afforded tho opportun
ity of securing a premium in the waj
of a Webster's Unabridged Dictionary
for the very low sum of one dollar and
sixty-eight cents. This offer applies
alike to old and new subscribers.
Our solicitor is now at work in the
city of Mmietta, and should he fall to
call on you, pleaso call us by tele
phono, write, or come to our office.
Don't fall to read the premium offer in
this paper and don't fall to take ad
vantage of it.
The Pa-ZI r,aundry calls for and dc
livers family washings on Falrviovv
Heights, Norwood and Williamstown,
Give us a trial.
ncw.irfi will be pild lot
any caso of Nasal Catarrh,
Catarrh of Head or Ca
tarrhal deafness that can
not be permanently cured
..,. - & BUNS12NS CREAM
CATARRHAL. Cures catarrh easily and
pleasantly. Cleanses, soothes and heals the
membrane. Contalna no murcury nor other
injurious drug. Is quickly absorbed. Gives
instant relief. Repular sue, fifty cents. Sam
ple and full directions f recon rcquestby C. W.
Beccs, Sons & Co,, Chicago, 11L
Bridges rivers, tunnels mountttins,
lniflds cltlcs'gathcrs up tlib" scattered
rays of one s ability. Tlints what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35c. Ask
jour druggist
y
K?
Big - Danc
AT
x j'
Second Street,
During tlie-week of the Elk's
Carnival, . beginning Mon
day, Sept. 16. Given by
Zcndfl Dancing Club.
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 half.
"Something doing every second" is
tho programmo for Railroad Day at
tno 'an American imposition, Satur
day, Sept 14th. Low fares via Penn
sylranln Lines.
BEST FOR TH
BOWEL
It you haven't a rccular, healthy mnroiwnt of tht
bowoU uvcry day, you'le 111 or will be. Keep you!
bqwela open, and bo well. 1 orco,ln the ghapeof via
rentpbyiiloorpltlpolioii.li danncrcuB. Tim emooiu
wt.culeut. must correct way or koplng tbo bowels
et, casletit, iaot irfcot v
dear and clean lito lake
CANDY
.pATHART.O
EAT "EM, MKE CANDY
Pleasant, rolaloblo, I'otent. Tasto Oood, Po Oood,
Never Blcken. Weaken, ur OrlMt. 30, 25, anil to rcnbJ
nr box. VVrlto tor ireo aaniple, and buoklet nn
altb AdUrcce S1
anuuia ukjixdt coxpav, ruinco or xrir touk.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
tpUIS
mi
Tn
' YVjR"NMajMMMMKMHSMBM
1 1. ritnnliiWfTr'Tf',1''Iy'; .'"itimsiaBtfi,.w.-,,-. ..i
NERVITA PILLS
. 'Restore Vitality, .Untf Igor sad Maafaood "
Carnliu potency, NIcht.EmUslons, Loss of Mem
VMm ory.'nll'VvnBtlutf'dUoasoa, i vi '!"
R nil effoets of eolf-abuso or I ftg
60.
...r.l'.Mil IrirltfrAf Irtrf
ffl A norvo t onto snd
PILLS
no
CTS.
lynnumioeui uuimmw. j..uii
LYTtJ tho pink glow to pnlo
BkCVw cIicoks nnd restores tho
Efii3!iV.nro of yonlli. By mall
$2.60, with our bankable BaUrnnteo to cure
or refund tho money paid. Send for circular
ahd cpy of our banunblo guarantoo bond, ,
NervitaTaliiets
EXTRA STRENGTH
Immediate Results
,tI?IiI,OVV IiADUIjJ
Positively gnarantood euro for Loss orTowor,,
"Varicocele Undovolopod or Shrunken Organ,
Porosis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostra..
tlon, HysWla, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and tlio
flosults of Kxcesilvo Uq of Tobacco, Oplnnl tj
Liquor. By mall In plain iiackagq.81.0O4
box, O for $6.00 with onr bankable, erjiag
antes bond to onro In 30 days or rofuni
tnonoj&ipald. Addross
NERVITA MEDICAL CO. -
d!nton& Jackson Sts., CHICAGO, IL8f
aoia liy lieaglo d; .uyiio uu a. j.
Richards. Drucglsta. Marlotta, Ohio.
INDESCRIBABLE!
Lvory tidy Honsokccpor Doedr
'Tho Tidy Housekeeper," the lat
3bt combination cupboard' nnd
utchen cabinet. Everything
eat, handy and compact. Oah
ind examine it at '
u. & c. furnTture go,,
r ..
Manufacturers' Agont for Marietta.
Ward-Nichols Block, Second Street.
LIVK MI2JJ WANTKU,
They CURE DANDRUFF. HAII
FALLINOHEADAQHEi etc, yot.coV
tho iaame as an ORDINARY comb
What's that? Why, Dr. White'stEloc
trie Comb. ThJ only patenetod Coml
in tho world. People, . everywhere 1
has been introduced, aro WILD wltl
delight. You simply comb your hal
oa.cn day, and tho comb does the rest
This wonderful comb is simply, un
breakablo and it is mado so that it. h
ABSOLUTELY IMPOSSIBLE to breal
or cut tbo hair. Sold on a wrlttei
guarantee to give PERFECT, satlsfac
tlon in EVERY respect Send stamp
for one. Ladles' slzo GOe, Gents' sk
35c. Llvo men find women wanted ov
erywhero to Introduce this artlcl
Sells on sight. Agents are wild wltl
success. (See want- column o thh
paper.) Address D. N. Rose.iQen. Msr
Decatur, III ,
Doc. 18, lyear-D & W
ONfS LINE
RUNNING SLEEPING CARS
' THROUGH TOJ
Atlantic , .-r city
SEVEN
Excursions.
4f
Juno 20, July 5 and 18, .
Aug. 1, 15, 20, Sopt. 12. .
i
FROM 7A11KKRSEURQ, MARIETTA,
ST. MARYS, SISTEUSVILLK,
- NEW MARTINSVILI.E.
Xi. E. OHATiKNQB,
Gron'lPoss. Agt,
O. & L. K. Ft. R.
TIME OAUD IK KFFECT DEC, Jnd. 1BB5,
GOINGi MOUTH
a .tlarlotta
" Lowell
" Watcrfonl
" Btoekport
" Malta
" ZnnoBvllld
At Columbus
Ar Chicago..
r-ratPanl. ........
GOING SO'UJ.
Lv. ChlcaRO.. ..'..,.
" Columbus .. ..
" Kanoavlllo
"Malta
" Stoehport
" Waterford....
"Lowell
Ar. Mariott.t
No. 70.
No. TJ.
6 SO am
d 67 am
7 18 a in
7 45 am
3 40 pm
8 18 pm
8 85 pm
1 10 p m
8J nm
s 40 pm
7 co ii m
7 00 ra
o i", nm
8.03 a m
9 11 am
us: am
i oo pm
11 sr, am
Ho. 7J
i'iVam
ittpii
4 It Dm
7 oopm
11 16 pra
7 40 nm
8 49 aw
Dl-Jam
8 4l w
IS 04 a m
4 !A p m
C 19 pm
6 86 pm
10 40 a n.
All Trains Dally except linnday.
Nos. 70 .and 73 make eloBO oonneotida
7.ancsvlllowUhtb6n. 'O. ind Fan Ud'
trains for Columbne, Chleairo and the West,
J. UOPli 3UfOR. Qenoml Manacrei' -
C. C. HAUEISON. General PasuenVerA'conl
MTalo, Rocbester and
PittsburgliMway.
The Pan-American
Exposition, Line . .
THROUGH VESTIBULED DRAINS
. BETWEEN
Pittsburgh
and
Buffalo
Pittsburgh
and
Rochester
Equipped with Pullman Slcopors, Ilnnd-
Bomo Day Coaches, Cafo and Ro-
cllning Chair Oars,
Quick time Superior Service.
From P. & W Station, Allegheny.
Eastern Utnudant Time. Leavil I Arrrive.
llnilalir, llocliester, l'nn
ify, Dnllols and llrad
fonlKx, J. .7.
Pnnxsy and Daliola Ac
corn , ....
Buffalo and Itochetter
Kx ,
9.00 a m
f 4.10 pm
10.00 pm
6.45 pm
tll.OOftra
7.30 a in
Dally. twekT)ly'
9.00 11 111 train has Cafe and f reflVrellnlngClialr
Cam. Pullman Bleeping Curs nn 10.0(1 n 111 train
between Pittsbumh and
ltuffalo,
ittaburKh
nnd Ufie.linftter.
Ticket OUIce, WW Hmlthdold
8t
cor, Flftt
B. d. LAPKy,-. C. O'D J'ASOAtrLT,
Uen.ram.Agt., Dlv. Pa. Agt.
Itocbaiter, K, X
I'liUb
urgh, Pa
( i-nifl.' ,'iatstW, .1.1, tnii i,li
-ids- -
"ratni ArrUa at nnd' ttchWrt fUrta . VWUhi
, i Station,,. , V ', .
Centri.t Stnndnrd Time. r4yv
Vnmvn - WESTWARD. JW;"
3 io ft m-Auenih Cnlllieolho, iil'lwfi ft
OOrn wSiIb AnditHporsfa' x-39 tjto
la
hlltSrSCSflSErftL A tin
19 45
(J'8(5rl
is io
aim ,yay .'.wuopi!, ((1 ,,
oopct-'rnefprfe, ritrhVrs-i i
burg. OnllUcclbn Cln .
'.rs . r
8 eebtf
iif I v -,
eJrinatl. LoulsvlllDr
St.
1VOU1D, XtUlKWlV till Htl
ri- ,i. '...:. .It
and alt
points west, BoUth ,nnu
80UthW68Jo , J. I.'-' '.1-
7 40 a m rarkersfeuxR &n nolpre LM
EA&TWaRD. ' , V&,te
too pm-nolpre, Parkerabnri?, IB ooaai
osiem, v" ni'V" !'
Clarlrtourn.
OrA
-ftivon,
and all way,eti
la 4Spm Delpre.,Parki
orafton, wail
etniona
erntrurE.
1 00 par
hlnRtoni
Ualtlmoro. ruilodclDh
3 10 nf-PirkerflbhrB. Vaih- B OBp u
lniiton, Unit lmorjoti"jji.;;!
Philadelphia and New York1, -
to p oo m Parkeraburg, Wash. 11 40 p in
Naw York, .,
noeton ana all tiointso!!,
Marietta and Parkertlmrg Local '
1 30 a m
3 10 am
7 40a nt ox Sun
o 40 n m
13 4Bpm,
jj cifl p ,nf
4 4(j m ez Ban
7 oo p m
10 00 p ni
rr-naltr.
1 SO aim
SatnftjtS
,8'00'AItl
II OOn'bl
t-1
m, urn
0Xtlj3,uthl.
S DO p Hi
- 'H-OOlinl
lL4opm
tKxcopt Sunday,
All trains ot Marlolta Ulatrlct run to Paik-
rsburg.
For through tloketa to Ml points' In t a
.nlted SiAtes, Canada aed Moxlco, with d. L
tjled information as to rates, routem sleerilt ft,
ar ntcotnuiodatlona htc.i please cal( Diyt
GWVNS.TfcbetAWnt.ll'aVlett.iio,
A; H.'Snidee. Passenger Agt., Marietta 0.
O. I'.MoOaRTY. Qenvl FiasenBPr Auenv,
llnclnnatt.O '
rVl ar) ett a b i vision
J) ujrr
ennsulvania Lines.
f ralni Rim'by.fceotf'al felndifdxtlnil
Northward.
Marlcttn ..
Cnvwood r. "
StanloyIUe "
vynippio
wniner-
niba. "
Mnoltsburir "
Dexter Citv. "
Soutli Ollvo "
Iludioy..,..-. "
Cuiavvnll.f.V. "
ueue ynuey ':
AvnY....: "
Hlenvvood "
1'Iens.int City "
Dervvent "
llyesvlllo "
Calubrtilge "
Tyncr..! "
Ivlmtjollon... "
liird'S ltun
uuernsey.,
rnsey ,
Boy
vt J
nevvcoincrsitovvn..
Wolf. .
Slono Creek
Joyco
Lmiai uover..
vallry Junction.
J
Oil
oao
017
Southward.
Vntlev'Junctlon
PS1i
AJt
AH.
r v
lv.
t5 3qt615t2
Cuilnf Dover. i
Jnvi'o .-.
tt OU.7 1W
15 5917 27
Btotto Creek "
ir id t 4hl
Wolf :.... " 6 2218 02,'fl
nevvcoinemtovvn '
r, salqoS
l'OSt BOV "
f6 43 f 9 12.3 18
Guerhscy "
fB 4919 20 f 3
uiru's itim "
6 56,(9 34
3 31
K mbolton "
7 03 9 m 3 41
IVner. "
f7 laionaf? so
ClBiiibrldfre "
7 3011 la
liyusvilie, --
Dertvent ,..'.t...i - "
f7 off
758
f8p2f
18 15,1
Vlcosant City "
atenwooa "
Ava. "
Hello vnl ev "
8
a
(lildvvcll, "
pudlcy.; "
?oUlh Ollvo "
18 42 f
Dexter City.., "
iiicicsQtirir ,
Kl'ia- "
Wa-ner... "
Whlpjilo. '
tstnnleyvlllo "
Cawvood "
Marietta ar.
im
I I'M I
v titi tut Igirei, P. 11. tint. light Tut, 1, II, flmi, ,
Connections leavo Ne-ivtomeritovvn Vl
Pltlibiirirli DlvUlon. For l'lttsburyli nnd
the rjit,?2 43 nm., 11 34,nni.(217imi. For
Uhrlcusvlllonnd Dennlson,t7 47 pm.-
lui wuiii"""'jgg'" "
Cineliiuuti; 11 23 urn., 11 20 pm.;
and bt.i.Loulr, 11 2iTln.'0rC
Tor Columbus. t5 36 nm. For Columbus and
Indianapolis
Columbus
1 una
Chicago, 4,20 pni.
leavi
u, ..in
Countctlons
Canal Dover Via
Cletelituil in PltUbniiru DlvUlon. For
CfeVeiivlMtSuiton nnd "Kort'Wnyrw'llo'utD
points, Chicago, l'lttsbursli nnd Intermcdlato
points, t7 20 am. nnd t2 50 pm,
Daily. tExccptHunday. .f Flag Stop.
G. L. PKpiC, E. A. FORD,
Gtienl Kitifu, Gtnml hntiftr ifint,
7-001.-N.1 PlTTSnUUOH, PENN'A. , -I ,
For tlrnb cards, rates offuro, tlimttgh tlclceti,
ImL'L'iiL'u iliocks. nnd further Information re-
Kardliu; to rimiilng of tralna, apply to'auy
ugentoftlio Pennsylvania Lines. ,
Ohi6
River Railfbkar.
V
V'rytt.
nme Ta'Ma. JEffecUvn,Noy. 2Bth, ylffl
(BaJatorn Time,) ,,
JooiNa biiTii, ' , t
Leave willamstown
d7:47 a, ml ,...;.... to WfleeliM
H0:3Ca.m to Now ,MarUtt3"vltU
dl2:4r. p. mi.... to Pittsburr and EaJrl
2.'s:
dS;6L p, m.
Wheeling -and Int poipU
t:iq p. m.;
aiovaibey , uaroroaa iJ94V
hurg. ani
.I""'.!. ) IIM UV
8.12 p. m..
storaviiie and int polnu
.07 p. m.(
ew .UartlDSTlllt) an4i'Iat
' j ' i - y ijKTi
' polnti.
OOINQ SOUTH. .
8:56 a. m. '.'..... lr.W'Patoehbur
'ill: 17 a. m.
to P&rkohstar
112:03 p. m..
HI
01 00 010 '
.
AM Alt PSI
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7 13 8 2q 2M
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7 35 9 IS 3 SO
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7 44 f9 2af3 29
7 65 io oq 3
8 05 10 25 3 Si
8 15TlO4drf00
8 2O.ri0 47 f 4 05
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8 3lhl09f4 1B
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9 0312 25 4 45
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ar. ii 05 5 Si 6 60
I Am I rani I'M 1
4 05
1 47 4 42
1 SS 4 50
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18 50,13 2415 25
8o4j334 529
9 0q 3 51 5 35
9 5f4 09 5 4
9 IS 4 29 5 51
f9 34f5WfBM
19 4115 151B 16
W W u iu
0 Valloy Einre'tO'
Huntlngto:
and Clncluhatl,- ..
i;3D p. m. ,i
to Kenora
MMB p. m
A IVtfriWal
17:06 p. rn. ,,; ...to Parkaaaburg
!9:D4 p. m :. to ParkerBbdrji
D daily, dify excW t 'Biln'dajrj ,
Il'.B. .CHALBNOR,-,
V Qeri. Piss. Akeat,
, 4. V
tttt
1UE-.
Pfoneer Dairy indPrMMiGi.
At No. 214 Scammel street
has for sale, thV fijiea JcVjMrf
mik, cream, bt
milk our
cheese, ahd
jer'tfitk.-sfeHh
feiry mm
Marietta Phone
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