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TIT i 1 0
Great Mm Ster
Will Ba Closed
Jan. 1st and 2d
In order to prepare for the
Greatest markdown bale of
all tfto goods in our 26
Thousands of dollars worth of foods
Bought Especially for tills Sale, and
canuotbo duplicated anywhere at our
prices. Only for IS days can these
goods bo had at Matchless prices.
Many will be closed out the 1st week.
Sue Here: WFM PS !
50 Ladies' and Misses' Jackets OSe;
worth $1.50 to $3 50. '25 at St.'JS, worth
f:l to $5. Hi at M OS, worth $1 to $7.51)
29 Fur-tr'mmud coats, SI OS, worth
10, 13 to $lfl.
10 Fine coats 55.-18. worth 10 to $20.
21 at $5.98, worth 12 to $25.
4S Fur Capes at l.US, 2.48, 4. 48 up to
$0.08, worth 3.50 to ?:;o.
Improved Sirjrer 12.03 wortli JS0.00.
Maywood 14.03 worth $40.
Seamstress No. IJ, 18.4S worth $15.
Wheeler & Wilson No. 0, U0. US worth
Sew Home 27.08 worth ?55.
Every machine warranted 5 years.
X. II. Ouly these prices during the
sale, and for tho stock on hand.
Lamps at 10 to 45c in glass.
Vase and Rinrjuot Lamps 1.4S, 1.03 to
2. IS. liig cut iu these goods.
Rogers' knives, forks und table
spoons $1.4S a set. Teaspoons 79c.
Quadruple and triple plated ware at
half regular price.
Cake and fruit stands, berry dishes
salvers, casters, syrup cup and dish,
celery dishes, ladlos. pickle casters, tea
pots, sugar bou'lh, chocolate pots,
creamers and spoon holders choice at
$1 75 each, worth U 50 up to $5 i.yery
Here is where the cut in prices tell.
Uno suit of clothing, one hat, suit of
underwear and a genuine silver watch,
a good timer, all for $11.4S. i
A belter suit, hut, suit of underwear,
and a gold ulated hunter's cae watcli,
a line-timer, all for $14. OS.
Overcoats 2 'J IJ.03, 4 08, $5.03. Great i
reduction in price. I
Mens suits at 2.4S and !!.4S '
Cassimero tuiu, -1.08. 0.48, 9.4?, worth
10 to M5.
hoys :;-piece suits 1.08, 2.75, :; 4S.
Children's suits SUe and 08c.
Fine cassiinero 1.93, 2.48 and !i 13.
Men's pants :!0, 49, 75 and 98c
t'ussimcre pants 1.-1R, 1.0s 2 OS.
Cups 10 and 25c. A fine Sca'"''i ca p
iit:S5c - t"
Men's yoke shirts 25c, wortii 50c.
Men's all wool hygienic underwear
at 80c, worth $1.50. .
Vie cut the price as well as the
goidi. 25 pieces dlil. width worstui.
stripes and plaids, (5 l-4c, 8 1-1
:'S pieces, ditto, worsted at 12
52 pieces, ditto, dress goods. 25c, re
duced from y:i, :7, 45c.
28 pieces, do width, OJe, reduced from
50 to 75c.
42 pieces, do, at 40c, reduced from 75
Linen goods at 5c, 8e, 10c, 10c
i nrney reu mu.o goons i.,, yj -.mc.
units surprising bargains ui line;
linen napkins and table cloth?.
iilack silk lace 10, 12 1-2, IS and 50c,
ju-t half price.
Iliad; silk velvet 25o, worth 75c.
v hito quilts 05 to 00c.
1 cate dies:, lining at i! !)-4e.
I ''ate striood gingham 5c wortii 10c.
All wool buried lluunel 17c, 10c, 23c,
Our Big 6.
1 hand saw $1.00
1 butcher knife 5
1 Id tea 75
1-1 lb peppar 10
1 iiirre box French blacking 15
lot J $2.45
All for 09c.
Alarm clocks 75e. Dre?s buttons 5e
a, il v.en, ladies llcece hoe 10c. Spcciul
pr.iv on ladies underwear, gloves and
an I all woolens to eloi-ooilt.
All wool sliirtt. 1!) in. long at 0::c.
l.iusdnlu and fruit of the loom mus
hu, (i l-4c, unbleached muslin ;; ili,4 8-1
and 5 1-2, shirtings 4 1-2, 5 ;!--l, prints
L :4. 4 l-2e.
Pastel and Crayon
I' rained with largo fine frames.
i-i, i 18 and 23x::o, 2.1b; worth '.' 80
t, i ",ii.
1' i turo frames made to order at
&P"i i.il low prices.
.'iieenswr.re. Decorated toilet sets '
at ..98, 2.35. Ui piec- tea sots 2.08,
iVusii bowl and pitcher, 40e.
U'iinnanls. Odds and ends; job lots
at special prices to close.
The time is limited and tho goods
must bo M3ld. Prices on jewelry cut in
two. A i'mo lino of pins, ring's, brooches
combs, chains, lockets, etc
Tho beat equipped and cheapest gro
cery and confectionery department in
tho city. We can give you the lowest
prices on all classes of goods.
'Hie great advance in goods nnd the
oposed new tariff tin all imported
jods shou'd make this tho greatest
lo wo have over made ut these un
ecedented low prices. Come boon
id come often for tho Greatest Har
.ins ever ottered.
1G9 Front St. Marietta, 0
JUL Is. I U II J
In Havana Over the Retreat oi
Whole Army Flees Borore the
Progress of the Enemy.
Campos' l'latu J-'or the Winter Campaign
Unto Cecil Mmttnrml Muttering From
blKitilard In llitmnn Imtlt-iitn Thin
UuTcrnniont bupprcsscs New.
New York, Dec. 31. Tho Times
Tuesday morning' publishes tho follow
ing Havana dispatch ilatcd Decem
Tho excitement in this city is almost
beyond description. For tho first time
tho blind sunrtorters of Snanish in tho
island realize that they aro seriously
threatened by tho revolution. The
shock has been tho most severe,
as It was expected by those who have
faith in tho military abilities of
j Martinez Campos that the moment had
j arrived when tho Cuban forces, if not
I entirely crushed, should meet with
i such a sudden check as to demoralize,
scatter and scud them back Hying to
Camatrucy. Instead of that anticipated
result of (Sen. Martinez Campos' plans,
it is he mid his whole army who aro
Hying- before tho victorious enemy
whose progress seems to und no oppo
sition and no obstacle.
It is impossible to ascertain how
j many times and to what extent the
Spaniards have been defeated, Tho
government lias so far succeeded in
suppressing tho news which must
have reached Havana. It is said that
the mail from the immediate
! vicinity of tho field of opera-
; tion has been withheld, and if
any letters have been received by pri-
, vatc courier, those receiving them are
careful not to make the contents pub-
. lie in order to avoid the suspicion re
specting their connection with the rev
olution. Ono thing, however, is plain,
that is that Martinez Campos' nlans
have been shattered, and that he lias
been compelled to beat a hasty retreat
before tho advancing enemy.
i Mutterings from Spaniards who are
supposed to ho well informed in re
gard to what is oscurring indicate that
tho situation is :i critical ono for the
Spanish government, while tho re
serve and moderation shown by somo
of tho most outspoken and rabid penin
sulars appear to bo a confirmation of
that fact. In tho cafes and other pub
lie places the serious and grave miens
of the Spaniards is a noticeable fea
ture. Their long faces and their whis
perings show that all is not well with
tin tho 11. & O. P. . Road in
rr.tn Wcro Killed mid
Cincinnati, Dec 31. The telegraph
operator who was on duty at Storrs
station, on the 1!. & O. S. V. railway,
scorns to be the person responsible for
a very bad wreck Monday night. Two
men were instantly killed, two more
were hurt so badly that they aro not
expected to recover, and several per
sons are more or less injured. Two lino
locomotives are completely wrecked,
as aro two 'baggage aud one express
Tho dead: Fireman Wilson, of Lou
isville, body under the wrcclc; un
known man, evidently a tramp.
Fatally hurt: Hiram hrunincr, of
Vincennes, fireman on engine No. 107.
Severely injured T. JM. Voight, ex
press messenger, of Cincinnati, may
not live; Jacob Dauer, of Lawrence
burg, cut, bruised and internally hurt;
Alonzo I'ruitt, engineer of No. 151,
head cut, arm broken and punctured,
internally injured, condition serious;
John Wuughtel, Sipeo, Ind., hip frac
tured and back sprained; six others
,.. ,,.. hurt.
,,... r ....:'.:, i
press and the bt.
Louis express came together at Coal
Citv on a curve.
A GOOD CATCH,
Another of tlio Guns of Counterfeiters
Atlanta, Oa., Dec. 31. Oeorge F.
Dice, who was arrested a week ago in
Kansas City, was brought here Mon
day, lie is believed to be oue of a
gang of counterfeiters who havo put
100,000 of bad money in circulation in
the past year. Dice was here recently
and a grip which lie had with him
' hero was found to contain (-0,000 in
counterfeit money, lie exonerates J.
K. Kceney, who is under arrest here.
Dice says that he i j innocent of mak-
ing tho money. The other members
' of the supposed band are: J. W. Mil
ler, said to bo Dice's partner in the or
ganization of the gang now in jail
1 at Xew Orleans; IS. II. Davidson, re
i Gently arrested iu Xcw Orleans with
j Miller; W. S. Oraham, arrested in l'a
I oln, Kan.; J. 1. Jener, arrested in At
Ian ta mid now in the county jail; Lov
' ell and lijnfiold, the first of tho gang
to be arrested.
Washington. Dec. 31. Tho reorgan
ization of the fconato committees was
effected Monday by tho adoption of a
resolution offered by Mr. Mitchell
(rep., Ore), the vote on which was:
Yeas 30, nays 23. The populist sen
ators withheld their votes, with tho
exception of Mr. Kyle (S. I).), who voted
with tho democrats. Tho vote was
followed by a debate in which Mr.Gor
man (dem., Mil.) gavo expression to
the soreness felt by the senators of his
party at losing the control of tho
Massing Troops cut the l'routler.
London, Dec. 31. Tho Standard
Tuesday publishes a dispatch from
Shanghai saying it is reported in that
city that Kussla is massing troops on
the Corcan frontier in readiness for any
emergency that may arise.
Senate Ilufusea to Adjourn.
Washington, Dec. 31. Tho senate
in executive sessiou Monday afternoon
refused to pass a joint resolution in
troduced by Mr. Cockrcll proWding for
on adjournment from Tuesday until
lr?e largest piece of
ever sold for 10 cents!
raMwrjiiwaw.iiH wmjm.tLWwuM.iMmn mmimmn
Tile highest point ever attained by
man was that reached by Cox nnd
Olaisher, in 1SC2, 37,000 feet above the '
liiliousness is now declared by scien
tists to have nothing to do with bile or
tho liver, but is commonly catarrh oi
tho stomach or intestines. j
A small planet, the tenth discovered
thin year, and the 40Sth in the list, was
recently discovered by Prof. Ma:: Wolf,
of Heidelberg. i
To the snciugo eye not more than 5,.
000 stars are visible; foiuo persons liav-
ing extraordinarily strong eyes can see
about S.0C0 sUis. Through the Lick
telescope and other powerful instru-
inents about 50,000.000 stars aro visible.
There are believed to be stars in exist- '
once beyond the reach of nny telescope
POINTS ABOUT NATURE.
A hundred years ago all naturalists
taught that the pelican fed its young
witli its own blood.
The flowers of many trees, like the
oak, elm and hickory, aro so incon
spicuous that they aro popularly sup
posed to be altogether lacking.
The first fos-sil insect ever found in
the southern coal field of Pennsylvania,
according to intur;rist W. Victor Leh
man, of Treniont, Pa., was sent by him
to tho Smithsonian institution.
Tho manatee, states the American
Xnturulist, is extremely sensitive to a
change in the temperal lire of the water,
and lust February during tho "freeze"
in Florida numbers of them died, tho
cold coming so suddenly that they were
unable to reach deep water before be
ing overtaken by tho frost,
William Ltidium White, of Jamaica,
X. Y easts n big shadow for a boy of 15
years. II is weight is 2G2 pounds.
Gen. Cnssius M. Clay lias concluded to
send his wife to seliooi instcml of having
a governess for her.
William Pookett lias been appointed
coachman lo President Clevi-land. lie
is a middle-aged colored man and Juts
lived in Washington all ills life. For
years ho lias driven a-public vehicle.
ltev. Joseph Xorthup, of North Scit
tiate, Mass., who was reported as gored
to death by a bull, had the pleasme of
inning three mini iter friends preach
his funeral sermon ufter reading I he ac
count of his death in new ppa pert;.
Police iludgo Cnmpbell. of San Fran
cisco, joined the Saltation Army in that
city. Mrs. Dallington Mouth is preach
ing there, rnd at one of her iiicetjngs
the judge stood up and linked to bo
prayed for, and afterwards joined tho
tinny, lie does not expect lo don uni
form and become a regular wai rior.
Tlio Deacon Tommy, do you think
it manly to smoho those nastv cigar
ettes? Tommy Yes, olr, I do. Sister smokes
them. llrooklyn Life,
tiii: ni;w i:iia,
KmriN Cuiitis, Plaintiff
J. K. HATE", Defendant,
lly virtue of an order of sale in partition
duiv ivsueil by tin) ourt of Common I'leas of
Wnshlnclon County. Ohio, in the above 'n-
tltlea action, :mU to mo directed., I will nfftr
for (.ale, at public auction, at, me oor oi tno
Court Ilinisf, In the City of Mnrlatt on
SATURDAY, JAXUARY Uth, ISM.
at 1 o'clock, 1. M . of satd day. the following
flHUTibeu real ebtute, lo-trlt: Mttiate in Wimh
iiiKloa County. State of Ohio, Warren Town
Milp. to-tvlt; Parts of Nacre lots numboroa ft)",
UN. Mil. tm IV., IBS 3, lilO. (HI, lili. Town 2.
Kane!'. Section i:i, more particularly ilwcrib
I'd as follows: Ilt-i;luulnK ivl the northwest cor
ner of lot No. liti mid runnliiK thence east, it S7
chains; tlioncn south 2-t chains to tho s-outh
line of lot COO: thence south ISTi d--tr. east 1
chains to tha plain road, tbenre veterly fol
lowing Mild road to the west line of s cere lot
ftir: theiiCH north to the placa of befe'iunins:
2!i'a acred more or less, one -plluK ) iicro here
toioie deeded for a ceinet. ry. towlt: .S7-KX)
aeres northwest corner of lot r,!7; AM acres
i--teiidof lot His, 5JJ acre west end of lot
WW; 'W acies west cna of loui'i'i; 2 acres (next
to ceiiit'tery) of lot (i:l7; 2(J arros west end (ex
cept part of cemetery) of lot (HS: :'? acres west
end of lot ti3:i; 'IU acres west end of lot M0; 2?i
arms west end of lot Ml; and 23u acres west
end of lot (il2: being the same lands formerly
owned by George Hate. Jr.. deceased, and be
ing the same land deeded by Thomas J. llailey
to said George ll.vte. Jr.. by a deed rec ,rded in
Volume H on page 12:1, record of deeds of said
county, and beina the same premises in which
Alliln N Hale, deceased, deeded his undivided
one-third Miare to Martha K. Wood by deed re
corded in Vol. 110, pigoS7. Records ot Deeds of
said county, said last mentioned bearing date
June 10, IMil, to all of which deeds reference is
Appralted at SI230.00. Terms, rash, on day of
sale. W. V. Uvk,
Sheriff. Washington County, Ohio.
I! K.QnvioN, Attorney.
Dec. II, lbtlJStvks.
Cxucutor's Clotica of Appointment.
Notico is hereby given that tho undersigned
has been dulv appointed and qualltled as Kxo
cutor of tho will of Moses Smith, late of Wash
ington county, Ohio, deceased.
Dated Dec. 1(1, a wlss. KnwAitn Smith.
nor inroraintion ana rrco iiunaiKjoic wrlto to
HUNK (t CO.. SCI I:OA!)v,-AV, New York.
Oldest bureau for 6ecurlnR patents In America.
Kvery patent taken out by us Is brought beforo
tho publlo by a notice given Iivo ofeharo lu tho
Lareo6t clreutatlcn of r.ny i;lentlflo paper In tho
world, ttij'cudldly Illustrated. I.'o lutelllseut
mau should bo without II. Weekly, p:l.UOa
yean S1JV six months, Address MUS.V, CO.,
Vuelisueks, ISOl liroadway, Now Yort City,
Next door to First Nat'l Hank,
FHOKTST. MARIETTA, 0
Personal attention given to com
pounding oi proscilplions.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff's lb unexcelled, aa are
also hla Cakes and Icon. Finest
Neaoolltan Ico Cream that can be
made. Particular nnd personal at,
tentlon Klvon to servlnK parties
rocoptlono, weddlnasor public din
nors. JACOB PFAFF,
Cheaper than ever at
d L Iliylll
Livery, Feed and
COR. TIIIRD AND OIIURCU STREET
Horseu tept by Uo Boy, Woalt or Uoutb.
Procjnt Atlantion Given to F'tnorais.
Carrlcgo can bo ordered to and from all
trains to till parts of tho city. Or
ders by tolephono will receive
MARIETTA, ... OHIO
T. 0. Bay, Carriage and Wagon
Factory, 217 Second street.
At T. C. Hay's shop day by day
Tho busy toilers work away;
Thoy build good wagons for tho road,
So strong they'll bear tho heaviest load
They mako lino rigs i'or pleasure rides,
sleighs, carts nnd carnages bosidos.
Holiablo and honest it is agreed
That T. U. Hay's work takes tno leau.
Hest steel and timber used in mako
And warranted fttrong, not apt to break ;
Flno workmanship and strength com
bined Iu all his carriugo work you'll find.
For ovory piece his hands complete
I perfectly made and strong und noat;
Attention topaiutlnguud trimming, too,
Or any repair work I5ay will do.
Also handle Slreckev's Harness,
the Best Made, and Ferry's Indi
ana Buggies at the Lowest Possi
ble Prices. The Best Sold in Ma
Mo. 215, 217, 219 Socond Street.
Onico In Mills Building, Surveys and Con
struction: Railways, Macadam Koads, Sotver
age, Uridges, Foundations and Maps.
Q J. aiATHAlVAY.
tj. Atturnoy Kt l,:t.v.
Ovel Leader Oflice. Cor. Front and Putnam.
STANLkY, W. A.
M. V., C. I). S,.Phys!cian and Surpcnn,
Homeopathic. Office and residence corner Har
mar and Lancaster Sts.
O. FOLLETT now Law Offices, over
Cltlzcno liuuk. Kutrancc, Second St..
. Attomoy at Law,
ortlce In Law Uulldin));.
C1UAULISS W. RICHARDS,
j Attorney at Law,
OQcoon Putnam Street,
. . Attorney at Law,
El llllce In Law Rulldlng,
17 J. CUTTER,
J? Attorney at Law and Notary Public,
Ufflcc on Second Street, opposlto Union Depot.
OOMI8 W. H.
utornoy at Law.
Oi'lno EaBtcor. Fmnt and Piitusm. Marietta.
9 ileal cbuuu una ljotin aiiqi,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
TTflRT &. MeCLUnG
ILL i'hyslclans aud SurReons,
Putnam St., near Front.
J-t. V. ty. EDDY.
ffloo No. 304 Front Straot.
Onnoclto Soldlere' Monmxienl. Uesldcnco Nr
518 Fourth Street. Telcuhone connection.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Atlornoya at Lair,
oraco In Law HtitldlnR. M-ivtcttft. O.
WACiTIlU fc OU1MMH,
Physicians and Sur-toona.
Oflice and retldcnce, on Second etrcar, Ihitut
doors abovo the Court-houso.MurlcItc, Ohio.
JOnN A. IIAMII.TO.N II. F. KltAFT
HAMILTON & KIJAFT,
Onlce room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
aud Second strcels.
To Whom t May Coiiuerii!
HavinR been a student of Veterinary Science
for upwards of two years under Dr. J. F
Jones, and having tieatrd tlai-Ke number of
diseases in horses and cattle under his direc
tion, all persons havli if vor 1 to on none In the
veterinary line cannot Cobnt'r tn Dr. Jonos'
absence than to entrust sue 1 work to me. I
am In communication with or. Jones by mall,
and Dr. Callander, of l'arltnibur, by tele
phone, and 1 am theretoiM In a position to
treat all diseases in liontrs and cattla.
Onica aud Stable 112 Third ',roet.
HAiUIV I,. UMCIKAU'J
On account of Inauguration of Gov, el'et
Ilushuell at Columbus, O., Jan. 13th, 1,'W, ma
C. & M. Ry, will sell tickets to Columbus and
return at rate nt one fura for tho round trip.
Tickets will be sold good gelnKJan, 12 & 13th,
and not good returning after J.m. 14th, 1S1U.
Examination of Teachers.
Kxamlnations will ba held thnsenond Satur
day of each month, except August, in the High
School llullding. Marietta, Ohio. There will
also bo an examination lu the same place in
August on tlio Saturday following tho closo of
the TVacher'a Institute; Hoverly the fourth
Saturday In October and April; Matamoras
the fourth Saturday of September and March
F.xamtnallons bngla at 8:30 A. M,
Special examination of pupils on the llrst
Saturday of April aud of May
MAIITIN R. ANDIII5WB,
President of Hoard of School Examiners
Trains leavo Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, I0'40 A m, ll:2s p in.
i'or St. Louis, lo:4o a in 11:J5 p in.
For Louisville. 10:40 a m, 11:25 n m.
For I'arltersburg, I0;10 n m, to 00 a m, 1:C5
For Helpro, o:oo, io:lo, 2:85, 4:65, 31 :23.
pin, 7:ii0 nni, li:is pin.
For Chllilcothe, 10;40 a m, 11;25 p m, 0:l0
am, t2.85pn. '
For New York, 4!5 pm,ll:2!nm,
Dally. tKxcept Suudny.
For detail information regarding rates,
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor carB,
G. M. 1'ayne, Ticket Agent, J(. & O. S. W
Ry., Marietta, 0 or
G. 1J. Waiikbl, Assistant General Passenger
Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Gisvelantl & Marietta Railway
IN llPKOr 80NDiY, MVYlJ, 1605.
QOINQBOUTli ' VoiNU NOit7 U
Klba. . ....
All trains Daily except Sundny.
E. . I'AGK, J. C. TAYLOR.
Q. P. &. T. A. Bnut. TraDfl.
MARIETTAS COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo 8: GhioJJgntral Ext'n.
Tlmo Tabloln Effect Doc. 8, 1805.
Contral Standard Tlmo.
Tho Only Lino out of Marietta with
ThrouKh Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No 13 No 11
p. m. a. m.
2 40 0 40
2 4S 0 60
2 57 7 00
3 01 7 03
8 16 --7 18
8 20 7 80
S SB 7 40
8 4:1 7 48
4 01 8 07
4 11 8 17
4 17 8 25
4 27 8 83
4 42 8 50
1 47 3 it
I 57 9 03
5 05 0 11
6 10 9 18
5 17 J9 26
6 27 0 87
5 37 0 45
6 47 II 65
5 61 10 02
6 68 10 07
0 03 10 12
i OS 10 18
fl 20 10 28
6 28 10 87
G 42 f 10 62
0 47 10 57
7 05 11 15
p. m. p. m.
12 20 8 16
Mo. 1. No.S. No. 11.
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leave Marlotta '. o 00 3 co" 4 o
" Tunnel fl 10 3 19 4 82
111ccnt 9 40 8 37 23
. (,'"cr 10 01 S67 OH
KtIey", 102s 4 24 7 15
bharpabuiB 10 44
" AuiCbVllie 10 57 4 30 7 41
ArrtvePalos n 2! 6 C7 b 3-
, , P. M. P. M
" Columbus j 2, 8 10
" Charleston, W.Vtv
" Cleveland 9M 150 A.M.
" Toledo 7 00
" Detroit 1120
' Indianapolis 10 15
No. 2. No. 4, No 12,
AM. P.M. A.M.
Leave Columbus 725 2 fo"
' Athens 43s -0 sr,
,. i'alub"-; J0-P0 ' 1150
" Amesvlllo 10 4!) li 05 12 27
Cutler 1125 0 38 55
" Mnccnt 1144 5r ti ho
Arrive Marietta 12 20 7 33 743
Trains run daily except Sunday. Closo con
nectlons inr all polutu north and west.
For farther information call on or addref (5.
M Pa the, Ticks Agent, Union Depot, Marl-
,' ' " C. VINCENT, G. P & T. A.
T. D. DALE. Receiver, -i.J.
0KI0 RIVER RAILROAD.
On and after Sunday, December ltth, 1896,
X'tmrnKorTrnlns will run :is lollovva:
Dally. -j-Dally Except Sunday.
ICG EASTEUN TIME 246
AM AM Pil pm AH A ,j
7 01) til -15 'I 00 Wheeling 12C5 j4 I04S
7 !Ij W 10 4 3 Moundnvllio 117 (III in 19
o -tj 1 j o ma. iuurtinsviiio 12 4
11 1(1 1 li5 1; vi Ststeievlllo 12 2R
5 oa a 07
K40 7 2S
3 05 7 00
8 40 12 !
H Do' 12 114
K Oil 12 07
7 27 11 !1S
li 20 10 25
1U2J -jtu j 2ti wiiuumstown
11 OU H 23 8 00
A M A M
12 07 4IW
1 10 5 !I7
1 15 5 41
1 40 (', Oil
217 II SO
a 21 8 6
V. J.Roiuvpoh. C4 P. A. Partierabuik.
ior ruicu, lniormavion, etc., cull on or ad-
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YH Front Stieet.
Z&POViLLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIUBOriiJOIN EiFL'-'l DKC. ml lUo
UOINU NORTH NoTTiiTlVo. 7Si.
I.v Marietta 0 20 a i 2 iO p m
" owell u 53 :. m1 a la Jim
' Waterford 7 15 n m 8 .1-1 v m
" Utoekpoit 7 18 a in 4 10 i, m
"Malta 8 11am 4 3:1 m
" Kanei'vlllc 020 am 5 40pm
.V.L,iuniliub 1125 am 8 15pm
AfChlcigo U CO pin 720am
Jr St Paul 1 30 pm
UOINU SOUTH. No. 71. IVo. 7il
uv C'htcdRO 7 26 pin 10 25 p ra '"'..)".
" Coluinbns 11 20 a in
" Z'lncsvlllo 7 10 am a Cb p m
' Malta 8 60am 3 5S p m
"Stockport 1112am 4 21pm
' Waterford 9 43am 45Spm
" Lowell 1001am 6 IB p m
Ar Marictt.'t 10 40 a m 5 55 p ra
AHTra'nij Dally except MmdHy.
Noo, 70 and 72 niuke elonj coanocttnns in
Zanesvtllc Willi the II. & O. r.mt I'un HiuidU
trains for Columbus, rhlcain uuii tbo V7oit.
j. iioi'E Hti roil, necetvhi.
C. C. IlARHI.SON. (J.maral J'.is:ienircrAt
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GEO. STRECICER & CO.,
Mautifactureis of Murine, Stationary ind Oil
Well lloller.i. Oil Tr.u'is, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Kxpandurs, SpMlal attention given to
repairing Uollers lu tim oil llelds. We employ
none but tho bent mec-liiinlcs in this line.
Hive us a trial wo know wo can please you.
OHlce and works on West Side.
EUASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Union Depot.
Neat Stylish Work. Satis
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