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McARTHUR ENQUIRER
First Love.
People talk so much about
young love, first love, being so
strong, etc. Just as if there
was any difference between first
and last love. It is my opin
ion last love is just as sweet
and strong as first love. Love
will be love, and vou can't
make anything else out of it
A man of thirty, or even forty,
loves just as much as one of
twenty; more, for his feelings
are stronger, and he would
place his Jove on a firmer basis.
The heart has its changes and
seasons as everything else has ;
"none," however, says a writer,
"which resembles its first fresh
ness and purity." Perhaps that
is so, but where the freshness
is lost in a second love there
are strength and truth gained.
Less romance, but a more ; solid
ground-work for a life's happi
ness. There Is more of the
ideal about first love no doubt,
but by the time you experience
a second love you become more
rational. Every year we live,
more ; wisdom will have min
gled in our dream of love until
it becomes less unselfish and
more reasonable. First loye is
two-thirds imagination anyway.
I know a dark-eyed girl ;who
thinks ihe' isr; passing through
the o'ffttHofj first love now ;
-tiTW: years she will look
back at this love and laugh.
Ioften hear girls express
great horror at the idea of be
ing a second wife, for they fear
they should not be loved so
well as the first. That is
wrong; second love is often
stronger, if anything, in its
newly-awakened bliss, than the
first. The birds always sing
sweeter, the trees wave a rich
er foliage, roses are more beau
tiful, the air is fresher, when we
are in love, no matter if it be
a first, second, or third experi
By a Young Lady.
Seal-skin saofiues and jaok
ets will be quite as fashionable
next winter as last There is
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The panic has reached Utah.
Business men, according to an
exchange, are reducing their
number of wives, and getting
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HE ROMANCE OF CURE!
The many evidences of extraordinary cures
that are daily reported as effected through
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Kesolvent.
Ready ltellof and Perfect Purgative Pills, in
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victim of his tortures, in from one to
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and gouuino roots.
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S AUS A PA lilLLI AN KESOLVENT, HE AD Y
RELIEF KADWAY'S PILLS, are without
parallel in tho History of Medicino, for there
are some intlrmities and diseases that aro con
sidered as incurable, and sure death. Yetlhc
most astounding euros have been made thro'
these remedies of some diseases thathavo nev
er been known to be cured bv medicine
CONSUMPTION, SCHO'FULA. WHITE
SWELLING, Tumors in the Womb. Stomach,
Ovaries, Bnwols, Bright' Disease of tho Kid
neys that have been vronounccd Incurable.
CanceiY) Ulcers, Swellings, Stone In the Blad
der, l uicuiotis uoncretions, u icors una wires oi
tho Bones, Kickcts so deenly seated that no
othor medicines have been known to reach,
have been cured by the 8ABSAPARILLIAN
RESOLVENT, aided by the READY RELIEF
and PILLS.
Palsy, Paralysis, DryGangcno that threat
ens a living dentil dmly rotting away of tho
limbs and flesh Diubetcs. Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi In the Bladder (the
KnitMr Napoleon's disease),TerturliH ium
when diNcharfi'liiir urine RHEUMATISM.
GOUT, NEURALGIA each and every ono of
these complaints though but a few of tho
many other diseases. Railway's 8ar8aiarilliun
ivunoivun tins i-.u reii aiui isuany curing inuii
parts ot the world.
In one word, auv discaso no mnttcr under
what nnnio designated, that is nourished or
increased by bad, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blooa enn bo cured
by HAD WAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT. Dr. Railway A Co. have never claimed one-
hundrcth part of tho curative virtues tor their
remedies as is ascribed to tnem by the people
who have used them; for bear in mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Railway,
after successful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, wore enumerated iu
their curative list, so that mnnv of the extraor
dinary cases that have been reported nwaken-
euas miicii astonishment in tne discovery or
their remedial agents as in those who had been
rescued' from ilenth, and made whole and
sound.
As many nei sons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from tho fact of their disau-
liiuiiuiiuiii. in inuiiMuui uuiuruuvuruni'M icinu-
iltesaud 'ubo. Jieliovcd it impossible for
simple medicines mnde only from vegetable
substances routs, .herbs, Ike should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed by nature in tho cow and
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric or heat-niakin
bono, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents for the human body.
But when those people who first doubt the
efficacy of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
WOBMS.
THE ONLY SAFE & SURE REMEDY FOR
TAPE, PIN, ft WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicino taken internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, cither of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Bowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of ex
nerienccd surgeons; but Dr. Rudway's Sar
saparillian settles this question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts ami
rumors, as wen as Tumors in mo jioweis,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Ell'usion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured by
Railway's Itosolvont.
Beverly, Mass., July 18, 1801).
Dr. Uadway: I have bad Ovarian Tumor
iu the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there wus no help for It. tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would try it, hut had no faith in it, because
I h.i 0,ia-ur,.,i for ie 1 took ix bottles
of thu Resolvent, one box of Railway's nils.
and used two bottles or your Ready ltellel,anil
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter anil happier
than I have for 12 years. The vort tumor
was In thu left sido of tho bowels, over tho
groin. I write this to you for tho benefit of
others. You can publish it If you choose.
HANNAH P. KNAI'P.
AN iaiPOItTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for tho past forty years well
known to tho newspaper publishers through
out the United Stales:
NlW YORK, Oct 11th, 1670.
Dltait adw at Dear Sir: I am induced hv a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement of tho working of your medicino on
myself. For several years I navo been nlltict
eif with somo trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly nlllicting disease, which
the physicians nil said was spasmodic stric
ture in the liretba, as also Inhumation of the
kidnevs and bladder, and iravo it as their
opinion that my ago 73 years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a largo
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and lu
nivopat'hic, hut got no relief. I had read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and somo four months ago I rend a
notice hi the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a euro having been effected on a per
son who hail ioiig been sulleringasl had been.
I w ent right off and got some of each your
Sursaiiarilliun Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Kegulatlng rills and commenced taking
thoiii. In three davs I was irrcatlv relieved.
and now feel as well as ever.
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RELIEF!!
RADWAY'S READY
Cures the worst Pains in from 1 to 20 minutes!
fiWi-NOT ONE HOUR after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with pain.
KADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a euro for every pain. It was the first and
Is thu only Pain Remedy that Instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays inllaiiima
Hons, and cures congestions, whether of tho
Lungs, Stomach, Dowels or other glands nnd
organs, by ono application, in from one to
twenty minutes, No matter how violent or
excruciating tho pain, the Rheumatic, lied
ridden, Iiillrm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may suffer,
11 AD W A rs READY RE 11 EE
Will afford Instant case:
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inllummation of
ino manner, iniiiiminaiion 01 ine iinweis,
Congestion of the Lungs, Sore Throat, Dilll
cult Ilrealhing, Palpitation of tho lleartjlys
torics, Croun. Dlpthurla, Catarrh, lnlluen.n,
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism. Colds. Chills. A mie Chills.
Thu Application of the Ready Relief to tho
liar or parts wnuru iiiu pain or uiiucimy ux
Ists will afford case and comfort.
SO Drops In half tumbler Water will.
in a few minutes, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache, Dlur
rhuiii, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in the Bowels,
and all fntiirnnf l'alns.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Kiuiway s ueiiei wun ineni. a lewurniisin
water will ureveiit sickness or nalns from
change of water. It Is butter than Preach
llranuy or Hitters as a stimulant.
PEVEB A.1TID AGUE,
Fever and A Hue cured for 50 cent a
Thorn Is not a remedial nuent In this world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all Unit
Malarious, billions. Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's Pills) so
quick as Railways ueauy neiioi. w ecu is per
iKittie.
1)11. BADWAY'S
PERFECT PURGATIVE PI I
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coted, for the
cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver,
llowels, Kidneys, lilailder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache. Const nation. Cost! veness, Indiges.
tlon, Dyspepsia, biliousness, Dillons Fever,
Inlliiinmatloli of the llowels. Piles and all de
rangements of the internal Visoura,warrauted
to I'lleet a nosltlvc cure.
I' V RELY YKUKTABI.K. L'ontniiilng
Mercury, Minerals, or deletcrloiisdrngs,
BivylMiervii thu following symptoms re
iiiTiiuif from diseases of the digestive organs
CoiiKllimtlon, Inward Piles, Fullness of tho
blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach
fruuscu, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
liens or weight in the Pit of the Stomach
Swlnini nirnf the Head. Hurried anil dlllloul
llreslhlng, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or SiifToeiUlng Sensations when ilia lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs bef ore
thoHlirht. Fever and Dull Pain In thu Head
lii'llcluni'v in Perspiration, Vcl'owness of Hie
Skin and Eyes. Pain In iho Side, Cheat, Limbs
mid Sudden Flushes of bent, Hurrbig In Ibo
Flesh. A few doses of Railway's Pills will
free the system from all the sbovs disorders,
Pries US Cents par llo
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tentiiil unity in faith and spirit.
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us tho only nume under heaven given among
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Vinegar Bitters aro a purely Veg
etable preparation, mado chiefly from
tho. native liorbs found ou tho lower
ranges of tho Sierra Novada moun
tains of California, tho niodicinal
properties of which nro extractod
therefrom without tho uso of Alcohol.
Tho question is almost daily aslcod,
" What is tho cause of tho unpar
alleled SUCeCSS Of VlSEGAR BlT-
teus 1" Our answer is, that they
romovo the causo of disease, and
the patient rocuvors his houlth. Thoy
aro the great blood puriliur nnd a
lifo-giviii? priuciplo, a perfuct ltouo
vator and Iuvi;orator ol" tho system.
Never btiforo in tho history of tho world
ha a medicino been compounded pos
sessing tho romai'kablo tjuitlitius of Vix
SOAR Cittkrs iu healing tho sick of
ovory discaso man is heir t. They aro
a geutlo Purgative as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in liilioua
Diaeusos. v
The properties of Da. Walk-
K's Vinkoar HiTTiittsaro Aperient, Uia
phorotic, Carminative, Nutritious, Luxa
tivo, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-Irrituut,
Sudorific. Alterative, and Anti-Ililious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim
Vineoau Bitters the most wonder
ful iDvigorant that ever sustained
tbo sinking systom.
No I'crsou can take theso frit
ters according to directions, and ro
maiu long unwell, providod their
bones aro not dostroyed by mineral
poiaou or other means, and vital or
gans wasted beyond repair.
Bilious, Remittent, nnd In
termittent Fevers, which aro so
provalent in tho valleys of our great
rivers throughout tho United States,
especially thoso of tho Mississippi,
Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennossoo,
Cumberland, Arkansas, Ked, Colo
rado, IJrazos, Ilio Grande, Pearl,
Alabama, Mobilo, Savannah, Ko
auokc, James, and many others,
with their vast tributaries, through
out our cntiro country during tbo
Summer and Autumn, and remarka
bly so during seasons of unusual
beat and dryness, aro invariably ac
companied by oxtonsivo dorango
mcnts of tho stomach and liver, mid
other abdominal viscera. Iu their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a
powerful influonco upon thoso vari
ous organs, is cssontially nocossary.
Tlioro is no cathartic for tho purposo
equal to Dn. J. Walkkk's Vinegar
Bitters, us tboy will spoodily romove
thudurk-colorod viscid muttor with which
tbo bowols aro loaded, at tbe saino timo
stiiniilatinjr tho secretions of the livor,
and generally restoring the healthy func
tions of tbo digostivo organs
Fortify tho body against dis
ease by purifying all Its fluids with
Vikkoau JiiTTKtis. No epidomio can
take bold of a systom thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Head-
ocbo, Tain in tho Sbouldors, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizzlnoss, Sour
Eructations of tho Stomach, Dad Tasto
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tion of tbo Heart, Inflammation of tbo
Lungs, Pain in the region of tho Kidueyi,
aud a hundrod othor painful symptoms,
are tbo offsprings of D.y spopsia. Ouo bot
tle will provo a bettor guarantoo of its
merits than a longthy advertisoniunt.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Wbito
Swellings. Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swolled
Neck, Cloitro, Scrofulous Inflammations,
Iuduluut Inflammations. Mercurial atlbc
tions, Old Sores, Eruptions of tho Bkln,
Sure Eyos, oto. Iu thoso, as iu all other
constitutional Disoasos, Walkbb's Vim
KOARDirrEKsbavo shown their groat cur
ative powora in tho most obstinate and
introetiiUlo ewes. -
For Iullaniniiitory and Chronic
Rhcumatism,Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseason
of tbo Wood, Liver, Kiduoysaud Bladder,
thoso Uittors havo no equal. Such Dis
oaiics aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
'Mechanical Diseases. Persons
engaged iu l'aints aud Minerals, such as
Plumbers, Typo-Bettors, Gold-buators and
Minors, as thoy advauco in lifo, are sub
ject to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
ngaiiist this, tuko a doso of Walkrb's
Vi'NKOAn HiTTKns occasionally. .
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions,
Tetter, Salt- lthouin, Blotches, Spots, Pint
plos, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring
worms, Scald-hood, Boro Eyes, Erysipe
las. Itch, Scurfs, Biscolorations of tho
Skiu, Humors and Diseases of tho Skin of
whatever name or naturo. aro lltorully
dug up and carried out of tho system in a
short timo by tho uso of thoso ltittors. I
Tin, Tupe, and other Worms,
lurking iu tbo systom of so many thou
sands, aro oU'octually Oostroyod and re
inovod. No systeui of medioine, uo ver
mifuges, no antholmiuitici will froo tlis
systom from worms like theso liltters.
ForFemaloComplalnts, in young
or old, married or singlo, at tho dawn of
womanhood, or the turn of lifo, theso Ton
io Hitters display so decided an influence
that Improvement is soon porceptlblo.
Cleanse the Vitiated Mood
wbouovor you find its Impurities bursting
through tho skin la Pimples, Eruptions,
or Sores; domino it when you Una it ob
strutted and sluggish iu the veins; clmum
it whon it is foul; your foul in gs will tell
you whom . Keep thu lilnod mire, uiid the
health of thu svitum will follow,
11. II. I'll LOV,W,l .il CO,,
DrUfwUui A (Ion. Antn., Sua I 'i onrUuo. Cullfur
111, tour, of WunliluKluiiiiiiilCliuiltiiii DliM.V
HvUl by tril Otuf lata u4 Vnklvn,
. ..... .1...
Time Tables.
JpAVORITE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL miNCIPAL POINTS
BASTIEAST!
Tlie "Old Relinblo" anil Popular
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
HAIIiHOAD IiIVH
Through Express Trains Dallj
Enuippeil with Miller's Patent Sal'ei.
riatiorui, Coupler, una liulTcr, auu
the Celebrated
Wostinghousa Patent Air Brake.
The most porfoct protection ngnlnut acci
dents In the world.
J6? New and eleinnt Day Coaches and
two iliiily lines of Fullmun's Palace Hlceplnj
Cars are run through from KANSAS CITY
to Quincy, Galcutiurg, Mondota and
CHICAGO
Wltliout Change.
Also, a ilnllr lino of Pullmun'B Palaco Slceii.
Intr Cara lrom ATCHISON and ST. JOSEPH
to Jacksonville and Hpringlleld, and new and
elegant. Uny. Coaches from Kansas City to In
dianapolis and Cincinnati, vi'itliout.olumgo
JlfjyTo secure all tho modern Improve
meuts In Railway traveling, purcliaso tickets
via the Hannibal & St. Joskfu Suoht Link,
"QUINCY ROUTE,"
avoiding all transfers, ferries and changes
of earn.
Iw)"" Through Tiekots for sale at all prin
cipal olllcos. Faro alwaya ua low as by auy
route. BBggage checked through to all prin
cipal points. O. 8. LYFOItl),
tionoral Hup't.
E. A. PAIIKEU, Oon'l Tickot Agent.
BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Trains will . leave Columhtis and Crent
llne and arrive nt points unincit below as fol
lows: Colu'bus Div. Nionr cin.
IXPKK88 EXPRESS
PAST
EXPHKSS
Columbus . . Lv 1 :45 1 H iK :45
Worthingtou 11:05
Wcstorvflle. ,.11:1
Lewis Centre. .' ,11;44
riBlR'a Ar 2:40 A M 11:45
Deinare.. jLy S:B5 U.M
Ashley 13:14 PH
4:00 PM
4:20
4:20
4:40
6:00
5:0a
5:S0
5:40
5:67
Cnrdlngton ....8:81 Vl:H
Giloail.,
lil:Sa
Gallon....
Crcsline..
.4:05 1:03
:25
:80
(Ar 4:15 AH (1 1 :ia
86
Lv 4:20
1:30
1:50
7:05
Shelby
.......4:45
7:2
7:37
8:18
.8:30
0:43
.9:00
0:13
0:5
10:2)1
Hiuiun
Orecnwlcb...
New .London
Rochester . . .
Wellington..
La Grange...
Grafton
..5:25
.'.5:47 "
i'eiio'
8:24
S:44'
' 8:6s'
8:28
Bcrea
.6:87
A G. W. Di)7K)3
815:1
Cleveland ..Arb 7:10 AH 4:00 PS
10:30 PM
Clevoland.LvAr7:30AMA4:MPM 10:45 KM
Erie Ar 10:20 7:10 1:26 AM
Dunkirk 11 :M) 0:10 S'50
liullalo dltlOPM 10:36 4:00
Buf. (vl' rie)Lv 2:30 PM 15:00 A M
HornellsvliloArS 5:45 0:25
Corning 7:25 9:40
Elmira 8:00 10:1
Uinghamton.... 10:05 12:0 PM
New York.. .Ar7:00 A M 7:25PM
YCa'iIrI 11:30PM5:00 am
Rochester. .Ar4:20 1:35 A MB7KI5
Syracuse 7:10 4:10 9:85
ltica 9:20 0:00 11:10
Schenectady .... 12 KM 0:00
Albany 12:40 AM 9:45 D 2:00 P M
Npw York 0:46 . 8:40 P M 11 SO P M
Boston 8:30 AM 5:20PM 0:30 pm
Close connections mado at Columbus with
the Columbus A Hocking Valley Railroad.
Through Tickets for aula at Athena.
1ST Palace Day and Sleeping Cars
On All Trains.
For particular inlormation in regard to
through tickets, time, connection, etc, to all
points East, West, North and South, apply to
or address E. FORI), Columbus. Ohio.
K. 8. FLINT. Gflii. Sup't.
J AS. PATTEBeON,
General A gent, Cnlumlius, Ohio.
EUGENE EURO,
Passenger Agent. Calumhus. Ohio.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Throng-li Passenger Railway
to all Points Weat, Northwest and
Sonthweit.
Call la tbe Short Line via Indianapolis.
The Great Through Mali and Express Pas
aenger Lino to St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Jo
seph, Denver, Snn Francisco, auil all poluts in
Missouri, Kansas and Colorado.
The shortest and only direct routo to In
dianapolis, Lafuyctto. Terra Haute, Cam
bridge City. Bprlnguclil, Peoria, Burlington,
Chicago, Milwaukee, SL Paul, and all points
In the Northwest.
The Indianapolis, Cincinnati A Lafayetto
Railroad, with its connections, now oO'ers
passengers more facilities in Through Conch
and Sleeping Car Service than any othor line
from Cincinnati, having the nilvantago of
Through Daily Curs from Cincinnati to St,
Louis, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Peoria, llur
lington, Chicago, Omaha, and all intermediate
points, presenting to Colonists and Families
such comforts and accommodations as lire
afforded by no other route.
Through Tickot and Buggago Checks to all
points.
Trains leave Cincinnati at 6:80 a. m., 9:15 p,
m and 7:30 p.m.
Tickets can lie obtained at No. 1 Burnet
Houbo, corner Third and Vine, also, at Depot,
corner l'luin and Pearl Rtrcct, Cincinnati,
Be sure to purchase tickets via lmlluuap
oils, Cincinnati It Lafayette Railroad.
- U.L. UARltlNGEII,
So lit., Cin,
II. J. PAGK,
Gen'lT'tAg't.,Clii.
PITTSBURG, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS R. R.
0. M. V. DIVISION.
Time Table To tuko effect at 8:45 a. it., Mon
day, Nuvuinbor 8d, 1H13.
OOI NO I ART,
Exp. A CO.
Leave Cincinnati.... I0:0iia.in. 4:00p.m.
Morrow 12:15 u. m. 0:10 "
" Clnrksvlllo ... 18:43 " 11:40 "
" Wllinlngton .. 1:10 " 7:0N
" RcoRVlllu 1:34 7:80 "
" Wnhiiifto 8:11 " 8KIU "
New llollnnil . 8:bH ' S:&4 "
" Wlllliinmport. 8:67 8:64 "
" t'lrchivlllu .... 8:18 9:18 "
LancuHlor 4:30 " 8:80 a.m.
" N. Lexington. 5:28 9:27 "
" riitnnm 11:80 " 10:80 "
11 Kuiiiisvillo .... 7:05 " 12:40p.m.
Arr. Dresden Jun.. 8:00 " 1:35 "
Leave PittHliurg 8:10 a. m. 8:10 11
Arr. IliirriHliurgh.. 12:20 p.m. 6:00 . m.
" Balllinoru 4:10 " 8:40
. Washington .. 6:45 10:10
' Philadelphia.. 4:30 11 9:10
New York 7:00 " 12:30 p.m.
" Boston 6:50 a. in. 11:80 "
O0IN0 WEST.
Exp. Am.
Loavo Dresden Juno. 8:l0a.m, 4:i0p.in.
" anosvillu 9:00 " 4M "
N. LexiiiKtou. 9:511 11 6:68 11
" Lancaster 11:00 ' 7:14
" Circlevlllo.... 12:00 m. SUM) a.m.
" Willlunmiiort. 19:22 p.m. 6:64 "
" Now llollanj. 12:45 " 8:17 "
" Washington.. 1:18 " :49 "
" Roesvlllo 1:50 " 7:21 "
" Wilmington.., 2:10 " 7:46 '
" (larksvlllo ... 2:84 8:11
Morrow 8:58 8:40
Arr. CiucJnnall 5:00 10:60 " .
C. C, WAITE, Superintendent.
M. Mounts, Master Tranapurutlun,
Columbus & Hocking Valley R.
Short Line to the LnUes anil tlio North
we.t.
two kxphehhTuainh DAILY,
As follows!
lHtpiirt
,. (I:M, in.
Arrive
, 10:10 a, in.
... 9:36 a. m.
. 7:20 "'
, 6:60 " .
., n. in.
..19:8.1 p. iu.
..12:15 p. m.
... 1:35 " ...
Dniiart.
1:15 p. in.
An'lve.
6:W p. iu.
7:10 a. in.
9:15 a. ni.
inn
8:45
8:44 p, m.
8:10 p.m.
V:0
Athens
Columbus
Cleveland ,.,
Pittsburgh...
Indianapolis.
Chicago
Xenla ,,
Siiringnulil..'.
liny ton . , ,,.
Chiso connection iimiloiit Lancaster furi'lr.
elevllln, .nunsvlllo and all lioinls on the Cin
elnnatl and Musklngiini Valley Railroad,
Diract roiinoctliins niiuhi at Cuiuiuliiit All
Dnylon, Sprlngllelil, linllanaiiolls, Chicago
and sll imlnts West, Also, for Cleveland,
Buffalo, Pituiiurih, and all points East.
Take the llockingi Vnlloy and Paa Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest) It is tli
shortest by tlxiy-slx iiillns, giving passengers
thaoenafll of niilckor tluia and lower ratet
than by any othor lino. .
B. A BOlLl.Qsa'i Ticket Astut.'

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