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Nature arrayed In her brlghest garb,
finds a parallel In every section of the
8 to re.
There's a bright, crispowness about
the stock, very pleasing to prospective
Couple this with the cxtremo moder
ation of our prices, and you have a ten
Our increasing patronage Is proof
conclusive that you aro quick to see
There aro some seasonable selections
which have received marching orders.
They'll move downward during tho
noxt few days to tho music of double
quick time. Kindly noto them:
Wash Goods Special.
5 Styles Ducks at 10c a yard.
20 Styles Organdies at Sc a yard,
b Stylos Linen Effects at 12Kc a yd.
10 Shades Plain Lawns at 0c a yd.
20th Century High Bust Corset, 490,
Summer Corsets at 39c, worth 0c.
Ribbon and Lace Special.
Ribbon at lc, 2c, 3c, and Dc a yard.
Finished Edge Embroideries at 12&C
Laces for Trimmings at 5c a yard;
worth 10 and 12Kc a yard.
, Gents Belts, all lengths, for 25c
Laundrie'd Shirts at 33 and 4Sc.
Silk Mlts for 10, 20, 25 and We.
Ono Lot Guilt Belts, wide and pretty
buckles, at 29c, were 4Sc.
Stick pins, 2, 5, 8, and 10c. hnlf value.
Men's Seamless Socks, fine gauze,
4 pair for 25c, were 40c.
Hats at Bargain Prices.
Just received another lot of those
White Silk Parasols for 9Sc, a great
One lot of 100 doen for 5c, were 10c.
Sun Umbrella Special.
24 and 20 inch Natural Handles
English Gloria for 50c.
Men's 'Working Shirt Special.
10 Styles JSttra Size and Quality and
make for 35c; goes eveiywhero for 50c
The best overall in the market for
Summer pants 39c, 45c, C9c, and 75c.
Children.s suits at 75c, 5S, and $1.25.
Men's suits at S2.9S, J-3.9S, and S4.9S
We Make the
ALL WOOL CARPETS at 45c a yd.
Brussels carpets at 55c per yard.
Window shades with spring rollers,
at 12Kc, 15c, to 25c.
Sewing Machine Spec'l.
Wheeler & Wilson No. 9, the best on
the market, regular price 555.00; our
price, C33.00. New Home, regular
price $50 00, our price 529.00. Other
makes at 512.50, 515 9S, SIS.OO, 822.
Musical Instruments and Sheet Mu
sic Lower than the Lowest.
Queensware we sell lower than any
other house, and guarantee it all.
The best bulk of roast coffee in the
city for 20 and 15c.
Condensed Cocoanut, goes twice as
far as other kind, only 8c a can of half
Celluloid starch at 5e a package,
Tresh crackers dally at the lowest
Best Brooms for tho Prices Ever
Offered; Good Broom, 15c, Better, 18c,
Best for 25e.
For This Week Only.
One Pound of 05c Grade of Tea, and
and one 15c broom, both foa .only 89c.
Its a snap! Don't pass it
New Bargains Every Day at i
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
n i fii
Or at tho Farthest, Monday, Con
gress Will Come to an End.
All tho Appropriation Bills Are En
rolled Except Contested Items.
Thcso Can Ho Disposed of oti Short'Notlce
A Night Session on Tuesday May Ha
Necessary Tho Senate Will Vote
on tho Antl-IJoml Bill.
Washington, Juno 1. "I belloyo'wo
may bo ablo to adjourn by Saturday,"
said Senator Allison, chairman of tho
sonato commlttco on npproprlatt6ns.
"Tho session may run until Monday,
but there is really no good reason why
wo should not havo a final adjourn"
ment on tho day I havo named. All of
the appropriation bills aro enrolled
with the exception of tho contested
items in conference, and these can be
enrolled on short notice."
Senator Allison is not alono in this
opinion and for the purpose of getting
away at the earliest possible moment I
hope that the senate after Monday will
begin its, dally sessions at 11 a. m. and
remain in session as late as 7 p. ra.
Ono night session will perhaps be
necessary, on Tuesday, for the senate
has agreed that on that day it will take
a final vote on the anti-bond bill. It i;
the general impicssion that a vote will
be had before adjournment on the
filled cheese bill, which has alreadj
passed tho house, although a vigorous
opposstion will be offered to it
in tho senate. Tho understanding is
that tho senate will endeavor tc
pass the river and harbor bill over the
president's veto the day following sim
liar action on that measure by tha
house. But little, if any, debate is an
ticipatcd. Tho conference on the posl
office appropriation bill has practicallj
agreed upon all items except tho Gor
man amendment restricting the consoli
dation of post offices by the postmastei
general. It is claimed the house will
accede to this amendment. The first
conference on this bill was not hela
until Saturday last, although it passed
both houses moro than a month ago
Tho only matters that will be likely tc
causo debate in other appropriation
bills in conference are tho 'sectariac
school question in the Indian bill, the
decrease of the number of battleships
the limitation of the prlco to be paid
for armor; and tho proviso foi
bidding the employment by contractors
of naval officers on leave, in the naval
bill, a question as to sectarian charities
in tho District of Columbia bill, and o
liko question in regard to District ol
Columbia hospitals in tho sundry civil
Mr. Gladstone Writes Cardinal Itampolla
on tho Sabjcrt.
London, Juno 1. Mr. Gladstone's
letter to Cardinal Kampolla, papal sec
retary of state, on the subject of a re
union of the Christian churches, will
be published Monday by the newspa
pers here. It will occupy two columns.
Mr. Gladstone contends that a con
demnation of Anglican orders by Rome
would morally be a stride toward ex
communication; would mako more con
spicuous tho religious differences of
the churches andenhanco the difficulty
of future conciliation. Nevertheless,
lie says he does not expect an early
restitution of Christian unity which
marked tho church's early history. He
welcomes tho pope's command that an
investigation be held as to the validity of
the anglican orders, and details the ad
jutages that are likely to accrue
Trolley Car Down an Embankment.
PiTTsnuitaii, Pa., June 1. A trolley
car on tho South Side branch of tho
Second Avcnuo Traction Co. jumped
tho track at Six Mile Terry Sunday
Sunday afternoon. It fell down an
embankment about 15 feet and turned
upside down, and the 27 passengers
vere thrown into an indiscriminate
mass in tho top of tho car. Ralph
Clark, of Mt. Oliver, received a broken
arm; C. Bierman, of South Thirteenth
street, had his shoulder blado broken,
and the others escaped with minor in
juries. Death of Kate l'lelil.
Chicago, Juno 1. II. II. Kohlsaat,
proprietor of tho Chicago Times-Herald,
received a cable message Saturday
afternoon, dated Yokohama and signed
by Lorin A. Thurston, ex-minister to
tho United States from the Sandwich
Islands, which said: "Kate Field died at
Honolulu May 19, of pneumonia." Miss
Field was in the Sandwich islands as
tho special correspondent of tho Times
Herald. liloody Tight at Tsvlrara.
London, Juno 1. The Daily News
Monday publishes a dispatch from
Athens saying that in relieving Vamos
the Turkish troops carried Tsvirara
after a bloody fight The position in
tho Canea district is serious. At Ilctl
mo the fighting, burning and pillaging
continue. The consuls at Peraclidn
have asked that warships be dispatched
at that place. l
Killed Ills Wife With a Hoc.
Mauysville, Kas., Juno 1. While
tho two were working in a field Satur
day George Mock killed his, wife with a
hoe after a quarrel and fled. A crowd
started in pursuit of him. Seeing that
he was about to be , ovprtakpn, ho cu,t
his throat with a knife and then jumped
into a river. Ills body was recov
ered. Ancient Theater.
ConiXTU, Greece, Junp t. Dr. Rich
ardson, of tho American School of
Archaeology, who recently discovered
tho site of the ancient Greek city of
Eretria and other important relics, has
found tho remains of an ancient thea
ter here, nnd a koy to tho topography
of the Corinth of olden times
Thp Town of Vamos Relieved.
Athens, J,une L Advlcea have been
recolvod here to tho effect that Abdul
lah Pasha, after fierce fighting has
succeeded in relieving the town of Va
mos which was besieged by Christian
Guthcrcd From All Farts ot tho Country
Tho census of London, just taken,
shows a population of 4,411,271, an In
crease of 200,028 sinqo 1801.
A sovcro shock of earthquake was ex
perienced at Colon, Colombia, at 2:00
Monday morning. No damage has as
yet been reported.
A dispatch to tho Madrid Imparclat
from Havana Days that a Spanish forco
has dofeatod tho robots near Cicufuo
gos, killing SO of them.
Rr. Adm. Klrkland will probably as
sume command of Maro Island station
and navy yard en Wednesday. Tho
now commander is now on route from
Francisco Pclaez Agular, has been
shot at Puerto Principe, Cuba, for tho
crime' of rebellion. Jose Rodriguez
Exposito has been executed at Mllanz
for tho samo crime.
Otto C Maeklott, ono of St. Paul's
oldest residents, took his oyn lifo at 3
o'clock Saturday afternoon by shooting
tho top of his head off with a shotgun.
Worry over his affairs was tho cause.
Ho was 57 years of ago.
Prof. S. M. Jefferson, of Bethany
college, has been selected ns president
of the Berkley Biblo seminary, Berk
ley, CaL, which will open in August,
and his selection has just been ap
proved by tho board of control.
, About 540,000 worth of property was
destroyed Sunday morning at Afton,
near Creston, la., firo breaking out
from soiAe unknown pause and sweep
ing away S. Richards' general store,
together with sovoral other business
A summary of tho official report of
an engagement that took placo Friday
between Spanish troops and rebels
shows that tho insurgents lost 20 killed
and two wounded and tho troops four
killed, including a captain and a lieu
tenant, and IS wounded.
According to a Washington special to
a Chicago morning paper, which Is tho
leading McKlnley organ in tho west,
Senator Quay Monday authorized tho
statement that the Ohio man would
have 479 votes on the first ballot, or
moro than enough to nominate.
At Waterloo, la., by tho prematuro
explosion of powder, two men were
fatally injured. Fred Brcistcr had
both eyes blown out and both arms
'had to bo amputated. Julius Bur
meiser's right arm was badly bruised
and ono eye was blown out. Both men
twill probably die They wcro blasting
boulders. Both aro single.
Fritz Friedman, the absconding Ber
lin lawyer, w ho has been in jail at
Bordeaux, wlicro lie was arrested, for
some months, has been extradited by
tho French authorities and arrived
thero Monday. Friedman says that
the court w ill not bo ablo to impose
upon him a sentence greater than that
of two months' imprisonmont.
Fell Ovcrboird and Was Drowned.
Detkoit, Mich.. Juno 1. Will n.
Reidy, a well-known amateur athlete,
member of the Detroit Athletic club
and tho Detroit Boat club, fell over
board from the yacht City of tho Straits
Sunday afternoon and before assist
ance could reach him, ho sank and was
Lowered tho Record.
London, June 1. Michael, tho "Lit
tle Wonder," has again lowered his
bicycle record for seven miles. Sat
urday at Olympia, Kensington, ho cov
ered the distance in 14 minutes and 3-D
seconds, his time being two seconds
less than that previously mado by
Edn In II. Fitter Dead.
Philadelphia, Juno L Edwin II.
Fitler, the head of tho great cordago
firm of Eduard Titler & Co., died at
his country residence near this city
Sunday night. Mr. Fitler was born
in Philadelphia and was 71 years. of
Smallpox In Morro Castle.
Kev West, Fla., June 1. Private ad
vices received in this city stato that
smallpox is raging at Morro Castle,
Havana. On tho 24th 10 casps were re
moved from Morro to tho hospital.
Forecast for Tucsdaj.
WAsnii.GTON, June 1 For Ohio Fair and
warmer Tuesrtav: frpsh nnrtliptv ulnit.ha.
For Kentucky Tuesday fair, cooler, north
Tor West Virginia Pair Tuesday; cool
northerly winds becoming variable.
For Indiana Fair Tuesday, except showers
in extreme south nortlon: north m nnrthnt
Cincinnati, June h
Flour Spring patent, 83.00&a65j spring
lancy, S115a30. spring family, $1000185;
winter patent, $aOOS3.85, fancy, jai5(33,40;
family, S2.0OSZ00; extra, J2 1532.40, low grade,
J17SB2.00, rye, northwestern, t2.ibQ.ZtO; do
city, $i GO.
Wheat No. 2 red nominal at tiUntSc
Cons Sales: White ear, track, 28c; mixed
ear, track, 28s: No 2 white, traok, 20JJo; No. 3
white, mixed, track, 28Jic: No 2 mixed, track,
28c; No. 3 yellow, track, 28ic.
Oats bales: No. 2 mixed, track, 21c: No.
white, track, 21Mc
Rye Sales: No 2 track, SOc.
Hoes Select shippers. ta20S125; select
butchers, S3. 1503.20. fair tocoodnackers.ts.io
3.20, fair to good Ileht, S3.20S3.35, common
ana rourns, siTacja tut
Catttle Fair to good shippers', (3.40(2100;
choice, (14.10(34-15. good to choice butchers'.
I3.75fftt.0G: fair to medium butchers', tiaa
J 00, common, 8Z50&3.15.
Sheep and Lambs Sheepr Extras; jam
S.50: good to choice, t3.00&3.25; common to
fair, 12.003.2.83: yearlings, common to extra,
I3.5Q3137K. Spring Lambs: Extras, 11.83
6.00; good to choice, JJ.00O6.75; common to
fair, J3.50at.7J. ,
VEAl CrtVES-Fatr to good light, WOOIft
4.75; extra. 15.00. common and large, 13. 00&i 00
Wool Unwashed, fine merino, 8I0o per
lb: quarter-blood clothlne. 126113a t medium
delilne and clothing, lJQIJc; braid, HQlSoj
uicuiuui luiuutujj, i.itiig. u&BBea, nUQ
merino, X to XX, 12o; medium clothing, H
15c; delaine fleece, 1415cs long combine, l&a
JCc; "quarter-blood and low, lrHMSa: common
New York, June 1.
Wheat-No. 2 red June, MK&(55Kcs July,
64Sd65 1-lCo; September, C4KQB4 13-lCo: De
cember, C6266 ll-lsc.
Cony No. i June, S3Kj3jci July,S4K
MWci September, Ke; No. t, 3H34KC
uATi$ rio. . rfuiy, wjiaijc; vesiern, xisasa.
TOMtDO. O.. Jun. L
WPBATtNo. 9 ted, cash, and June.Wtfal
Julr.MXe; August, Mtfqj September, Hfca. Jm
uuBs-Mii. no. x mixta, jujt, uuat -1
OATs-Nothlag doing. 1 '
scheme to Lower wages
The following is the suggestive head
ing of an nrticlo in the Sun of Iicslng
TO LOWER WAGES.
Scheme to ltcdoco the Pay of Laborers
Without Strikes and Lockout.
DEMtECIATE THE SIOSET WITH WHICH
TUCV A11E PAID AND THE ItESOT-T 18
Tho Feoplo VTho liny Things.
There is one class of people in the
United States which is specially inter
ested in tho agitation for free silver,
with its openly avowed purpose of rais
ing prices twlco as high as they are
now. This Is tho consuming class, com
posed of all tho people who buy things.
To them tho most important question in
regard to the currency is; "Will our
money buy few or many things? Wo
now have an industrial and commercial
system In which wages nro paid and
products bought and sold w itli a ur
rency which rcsU on a gold standard
nnd has a high purchasing power. If
wo wcro to adopt the silter standard,
our money would buy only half the
quantity of goods that it does now.
How would that help us, the 70,000,000
Free-coinage politicians who ore try
ing to gain votes by setting one class of
citizens against another would do well
to remember that the largest class in
this countiy is that of the people who
buy goods. When they can show those
people that it is to their Interest to pay
higher prices for w hat they consume,
they may hae some show of success.
Until then their scheme Is doomed tc
The free and unlimited coinage of sil
ver is the greatest political swindle of
the century, for it gives to the wealthy
tho ioer to double their wealth and
leaves to the poor man nothing but sll
er dollars really worth only 50 cent-3
each. Buctu;.Jou.rMil. .
WILLIAM COLLINS WHITNEY.
No democrat Is moro popular with tho
business interests of the east than Mr.
Whitney; and strong efforts are being mado
by New York financiers to bring his name
beforo tho Chicago convention as a pres
idential candidate. Mr. Whitney was born
in Conv.ay, Mass , July 15, 1S41; was grad
uated at Yalo In 1S63 and at Harvard law
school In 1SC3; was admitted to tho bar In,
New York city and at onco began prac
tice; vns appointed corporation counsel of
New York city In 1873, 1S7G and 1SS0, and Is
credited with having saved the city several
millions of dollars by his opposition to
claims against tho city treasury. Ho re
signed this office In 1832, and on March 5,
1SS3, was appointed secretary of tho navy by
President Cleveland. His administration
was marked by tho completion of several
ne w w ar essels, which formed the nucleus
of tho "now navy," In whoso development
ho took much Interest. Slnco hl3 retire
ment from office, In 1SS9, ho has devoted his
time to tho establishment of various finan
cial enterprises. His residence, at the cor
ner of rifth avenuo and Fifty-seventh
street, New York, li ono of tho finest in
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
SEE IT AT THE LEADER OFEICE
A. J. RICHARDS,
Next door to First Nat'l Bank,
FRONT ST. ' MARIETTA, O
Porsonal attention given to com
pounding of Proscriptions.
MASON & MILLS,
Second St. opp. Uriion Depot
Neat Stylish "York. Sa'ti?
A Rare Opportunity.
The College residence property, on Fifth
street, opposite Mound Cemetery, is offered for
sale by Ward &. stone as agemn, for a short
time only. The location Is one of choicest In
tbe city. Size of lot 120x!20 feet. Terms made
Pittsburg Cincinnati Lino of Steamers,
4rrfvea,t 1? arietta, going up, e err Saturday,
Monday and Thursday afternoons; golugdoiyn,
every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings
Jas. A, Henderson, Qen'l Manager,
For further Information write or call on Jas.
B. Haight, Passenger Agt , No. 251 Front street,
Marietta, Ohio. Phone t?o. $1.
Fine Picture Frames
Of all kinds. Tho finest line oi
Mouldings and Pictures in the.
city to select from.
Everett, Harvard and Martin
Pianos. Olough & Warren
and Waterloo Organs.
Prices the Lowest. We always
take pleasure in showing ,
Schneider & Breuninger,
256 Front St., Marietta, Ohio.
e All Bran, Nickel Plated and Btsrna
C Kerosene Oil.
..,,,,,,, MUM, I,, 1
P A beautiful, thoroughly mads and
O finely finished Bicycle Lamp, jolt and
V cyclone proof.
W on receipt ot price, 1 50. (Jlajl you can bur It
O of your local dealer to a little leu uklUm.)
g THE PEACE & TERRY MFG. CO..
gj --r. wU,.,,o o.., nm urK. -i
Now Is the Time
To have your thresher, engine and
boiler over-hauled and repaired.
We are into that business as well
as any other kind of machine' re
pair work, and can do you good
work prompt and at reasonable
prices. Try us !
Third and Butler Sts. Marietta, O.
DO YOU EAT BREAD?
Jacob Pfaff'o Is unexcelled, as are
also his Cakes and toes. Finest
Neapolitan Ice Cream that can bo
made. Particular and personal at,
tentlon given to servlnR parties
receptions, weddlnss or public din
ners. JACOB PFAFF,
I BUGGIES ' ' i
7 To make room for an- hj p
fe other carload to arrive H
p in ten days wo will sell tj fe
:& J at a liberal discount. W E
! H w. i- i ul f?
t.pF.H. Dutton & Son., S
CD 516 Fourth street. (
f EXPRESS WAGONS
- ' m"t
A FmII Line in Stock at
FALL I3ST ,
Join the thiong that is rushing to
our store constantly to buy
If you want nice papera1 at very
lowest PKI0E3 do not fail to
join the procession.
Remember the place, at
128 Front Street.
leges hi Pa
For stand privileges fit Pair Grounds where
the big picnic yr(U be held, July J. address J, o.
Smith, Charles St, Marietta, O. or IC II.
Wagner. Wllll&mstown, W.Va. Refreshment
stand privilege reserved.
Stehle's Addition; !5 acres platted. Easy of
access by Trolley: or otherwise. Lots CO by 1(0
feet; Streets (j0 feet wide. (Jail at room 5, Law
Uulldlng;'see plat, leirn prices and terms. No
equal in dhioTfls 'rt'tMlibp view, 10 minutes'
wallt from the business part of the City. Also
other City property for sale cheap. Call at
Boom s. Law Building. ,
' 3. D.'Patnb, Special Agent,
it. stiule, Marietta, p.
S Tfsljht JBglgJW f
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SOLD UNDER GUARANTEE.
J. W. DYS-LE & CO.,
Successors to "The Buell Drag Co."
Wholesale and Befall Druggista
123 Front Street, - Marietta, Ohio
Livery, Fed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horns kept by tho Dfiy, fesk bt fto'atk.
Promnt Attention, givan la Funiircii.
Carriage can be ordered to and ' from all
ivAlnn 4m 1 1 hi sin .M i.1 A r
waiun tu ail puna Ul vuu City. Ur
dors by telephone will reco'vef
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
WALTER &. CUH-T1S,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office and residence, on Second street, three
doors abovo tho Court-house, Marietta, Ohio.
STANLEY. W. A.
M. D , C. D. s .Physician and Surgeon,
Homeoptthlc. Offlco and residence corner Har
mar and Lancastor Sts.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam, atreot, Marietta, O.
X Attorney at Law,
Office In Law Building, Marietta, O.
Attornoy at Law and Notary Public,
Office on Second btreot, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room a Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets.- Notary Public.
LOOMI8 W. B. "
Attornoy at Law,
Office East cor. Front nnd Putnum. Marietta.
J P. WARD,
Real Estate and Lian Agent,
aecond St., opp. Union Dopot. Marietta, O
H. O. W. EDDY.
Office No. 304 Front Street,
Opposite Soldiers' Monument. Itosldcnce No.
SIB 1 ourth Btreot. fele Dhono connection.
JOHN A. HAMILTON n. r. KBATT
HAMILTON i KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Building, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets
NYE & FOLLLIU
Attorneys at Law,
Office in Law Building, Marietta, O.
Attornoy at Law,
Office In Law Building,
Attornoy at Law
Ovei Leader Office Cor. Front and Putnam
MO. FOLLE1T new Law Offices, over
. Qltlzens Bank. Eiitianoe, Second St.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law. '
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8. Marietta, Ohio.
Real Estate and Loans.
110 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
C. & M. Ry. Excursions.
On account of Sunday School Association of
Ohio, at Columbus, u , Juno 2-1, the C. & M.
vlll sell excursion tickets at rate of one faro
for tbe round trip. Tickets will be sold and
good going only jn June 1st and 2nd and not
gpod returning after June 2th, 181M.
Republican National Convention at
St. Louis June 16th, 1896.
The T. & O. O. Extension R. R. will sell
tickets for this occasion, one fare for the round
trip, (limit aunounced later., This route. Is
the shortest between Marietta and St. Louis,
with the following schedule of time: Leaving
Marietta u.uo a. m., arrive at Columbus 2 25 p.
8. oo p,m, arrive St. Louis 7,00 a. m.
fanor car to Columbus and Pullman Draw
ing Room and Sleeping cars, Columbus to St.
For Central Board N. A. Saengerbund Juno
uth and 8th. via the o. & M. Ry., feood return
ing until June 13th at one fare for the round
St. Louis Excursions.
For Republican National Convention June
mb.ISth, llth, and 15th via the U. &M. Ry.,
good returning until June 2lst or longer, it
the convention lasts longer, at rate of one fare
for the round trip. Call on O. & M. Ry. ticket
Agents for time of trains etc.
For nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Imperial
Council, June 22nd via the C. &. M. Ry good
for reture until June 25th at rate of one fare
for the round trip. Call on O. & M. Ry. ticket
agents for full particulars,
Half Rates to Rlttaburs;.
The B. & O. S. W, Ry. will on June 6th, 7th
and 6th, sell tlckbts toPlttsburg, at the low
rate ol one fare for tha round trip, good re
turning until Jiime' 13th.
To connect with Sunday trains ot the Ohio
Central Lines at Paloar, the TV&'O. O. Ex. R.
R. win run Its trains Nos. 1 and'l, leaving Ma-'
rletta at u q'clock a. '!. and arriving at 4:45 1
Pirn, dally, commencing aunday, May 21th.
This is made necessary in order to avoid delay
ot through business from the Ohio Central
Until furthet notice, the rate of fare between
nllT. &0. U.ilx. stations on Sundays will be
one fare for tbe Tonnd trip,
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