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What You Can Buy
CHEAPER than at any
NEW DRESS GOODS THIS WEEK.
We may not hayo as many pieces of a
kind as some houses who boast of their
large stocks; but, oh my, how we make
them draw in when it comes to making
prices, then wo out-class them two to
one. We can always save you money
on any thing you buy from us. Prices
always the lowest.
A few pieces of that bargain lot of
Silks we must close this week. Some
Japanese Wash Silk at 15c a yd. Some
heavy Figured Silks at 39c, well worth
75c. Satins 25c a yard.
Best quality Spool Silks, all colors,
5c a spool 100 yards.
Turkey Red Table Goods at 15, 20 and
25c; a special.
J. case Standard Prints 3 c a yd.
A new lot Ladies' Wrappers 59c to
51.75. Some great values.
Gloria Silk Ladies' Umbrellas at !)5c
and SI. 25. We consider these the great
est bargain ever had in these goods.
Fine Triple Extracts for the Hand
kerchief at 20c an ounce.
On sale, this week, fine invoice of
Ladies' and Children's Wraps. We can
suit you at the lowest prices.
CLOTHING, YES ! We are showing
the largest and best stock at the lowest
prices we have over made. Everything
for Hoys, Youths and Men. Come and
see how much we can save you here.
New btoclc of Men's and Boys' Hats
and Caps. Our stock comprises some of
the latest styles in still and soft Hats,
and the prices are away down. We can
interest you !
Bed Comforts at O'JJc, S'Jc, USe and
?1.00 to 51.50. Very cheap.
Dead Stuck for Bugs, luseets, &c a
sure kill. Non-poisonous, won't stain,
in liquid, can put it any place without
danger and a sure shot. Try it.
Lye only 5c a box. A good quality.
Pure Leaf Lard at 5c a pound.
Celluloid Starch. The best cold starch
on the market at 5c a package; worth
10c One can full weight condensed Co
coanut, eqbal to one pound of any other,
full natural ilavor. No danger of spoil
ing, only 8c a can.
SCHOOL SUPPLIES. Single and
Double Slates, Pens, Ink, Paper. Rulers,
Scholars' Companion, Erasers, Sponges,
Crayons, School Bags, &c. See our
prices, see our stock and save money.
Lotsof New Goods,
this week, in the One
Mason's Glass Fruit Jarj, Quarts, at
10c a doien. Tin Fruit Cans, Quarts, at
20c a do.iiii.
Largo Stove Boilers, hand made, at
fiSc; worth 75c.
Fruit Pressers. Needed in every
family, saves time, saves hands and
temper and is indispensable in all well
regulated kitchens. Can dip the fruit
boiling hot and press it rapidly and
without spilling or splashing. It's a
beauty, and you will say so if vou use
one a while. Only 25c each. Easy to
Hundreds of Bargains not mentioned
that we invite you to call and see, at
169 Front St. Marietta. 0
Opening Day of the Thirtieth
A Brilliant Semi-Military and Civic
Assemblage at St. Paul.
Total Membership of the Granil Array
385, 100, or Which 340,010 Aru In Good
Standing Total Number of Dint lis
During tho Venr Was 7,203.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept 3. Officially
the 30th annual encampment of the G.
A. U. opened Thursday morning in the
Auditorium before an immense audi
ence of Grand Army men and citizens
generally from far and near.
Gen. li C Mason, president of the
St. Paul citizens committee, was chair
man of the public exercises with which
the encampment was opened. On the
platform were high officials of Minne
apolis and St. Paul, Commander-in-Chief
AValkcr, vice-Commanders Hob
son and Cosgrovc, Surgeon General
Whiting, Chaplain-in-Chief Iliff, mem
bers of the national staff, past commanders-in-chief
and officers of the
women's organizations. It was a bril
liant semi-military and civic assem
blage. Chaplain lllff offered prayer and a
warm welcoming speech was made by
Mayor Doran on behalf of St. Paul.
Capt. Henry A. Castle, chairman of tho
press committee spoke in a similar
sentiment, and the Modoc club, of To
peko, Kas., sang "Up in Old St Paul."
Gov. Clough extended tho greetings
of Minnesota and Gen. Walker re
turned the thanks of the Grand Army
for the lavish and hearty hospitality
which had been showered upon tho
After the exercises all but Grand
Army men were requested to leave tho
hall and the encampment went into
executive session. Tho first business
done was to hear tho report of tho
The report shows that tho total
membership of tho Grand Army of tho
Republic is 385,4 'C, of which 340,010 are
in good standing and 42,511 are carried
on tho suspended list for non-payment
of dues, a decrease in this list during
the past year of 7,0S9. The gain by
muster during the 3-ear was 13,407. In
this recapitulation the department of
Pennsylvania shows a loss of 5,553
members that have been erroneously
carried on tho rolls for several years
and were counted in the last report
The total loss during the year was 11,
400, of which number 7,293 was by
death, which is a decrease of 75 from
The report of the quartermaster-general
shows the finances to be in, good
condition, and that there has been a
reduction in expenses aside from that
paid out by order of the encampment
in fitting up rooms for our archives and
custodian's salary, and in prosecuting
the Long pension case.
There was no apparent change in
the contest for commander Thursday
morning. The fight is conceded to be
between Clarkson and Linehan, with
the Omaha comrade slightly leading.
The New York delegates in caucus
gave Adm. Meade only four votes, the
rest going to tho New Englander.
Another military street spectacle
was provided for visitors Thursday
morning in the parade of the First
brigade, Minnesota Military guard,
comprising the first, second and third
regiments of infantry, two batteries of
artillery and cavalry. The brigade
was commanded by Brig. Gen. W. B.
Bend. Gov. Clough, as commander-in-chief,
rode at the1 head with his staff.
Commit n Murderous Assault Upon Motor
Louisville, Ky.. Sept 8. Preston
C Stone is at St Mary and Elizabeth
hospital, unconscious and in a dying
condition, as a result of an attack by
highwaymen at Shawnee park
Tuesday night. Stone was a mo
torman on a street car, which left
Twenty-sixth street, west bound,
at 10:40 o'clock. At midnight tho car
not having been reported, another car
was sent in search of it. Stone was
found lying unconscious on tho ground
alongside the car. His mone3'-box,
containing S25, was missing. Stone
has been unconscious ever since. Ed
Beny, colored, vtns arrested on sus
picion. He was hanging about Foun
tain Ferry park Wednesday night.
To This Country llai No l'olltlcul Signifi
New Yonii, Sept. ;. lit Hon Joseph
Chamberlain, British secretary of state
for the colonies, was a passenger on
the White Star Line steamer Teutonic
which arrived Wednesday morning
from Liverpool. When interviewed at
Quarantine, he said his visit was of a
purely personal nature and was taken
for the purpose of visiting Mrs. Cham
berlain's parents, Mr. and Mrs W. C.
Endieott, of Danvers, Mass. His visit,
he said, had absolutely no political sig
nificance whatever, and will be a brief
one, as he intends returning home in
about a fortnight
Young Mvn'a Sou nil Money Club.
Indianapolis, Ind.. Sept. 3. Steps
were taken Wednesday to form u
young men's sound money elub, the
membership of which is to bo recruited
from the different colleges. Fletcher
Dobyns, of Michigan, a Yale graduate,
is tho chief promoter of tho movement.
He presided at u meeting held In the
Illinois headquarters Wednesday eve
ning. John S. Weaver, of Indianapo
lis university waG secretary. A meet
ing, to complete the organization, will
be held at 10 a. m. Thursday.
Ills Fire nt Bridgeport, Ct.
BniDOEPonT, Ct, Sept a. Tho pork
packing establishment of Plumb &
Winton was on fire at 2 a. m. Thurs
day, and will probably bo a total loss.
Tho loss will bo more than S100,000.
The Park City theater, the Windsor
hotel, tho Eraorgency hospital and tho
office of the Bridgeport Standard are
In danjjer at this tlras.
Gathered l'rom All .Parts of tho Country
P. F. McGuickon was appointed post-
moster at Bancroft, W. Vn., Wednes
day. Cornelius Vanderbllt, Jr., and his
bride, formerly Miss Wilson, of New
ork, have arrived in London.
Adm. Brin, Italian minister of ma
rine, has asked for a credit of four
million liro for tho purpose of mobiliz
ing the. Atlantic squadron.
Tho North Gorman Lloyd steamer
Trave, which sailed from Southampton
at 3 p. in. Wednesday for New York
lias $4,220,000 in gold on'board.
Postmaster Ii. I. Jnrvls, of Benton
Harbor, was nominated for congress
by the democrats, populists and union
silvcrltes of tho Fourth Michigan dis,
John S. Poyen, a dealer in carriage
findings at Amesbury, Mass., made an
assignment Wednesday. Liabilities,
8100,000. Chas. II. Palmer, jr., carri
age manufacturer, has rnado an assign
ment Liabilities, 530,000.
All of the banks in Constantinople
and Galata, except tho Credit Lyon
nals, have again opened their doors
for business. Practically no business
was transacted but it is nevertheless a
fact that a commercial confidence is
The town of Bolondron, in the prov
ince of Matanzas, was attacked by tho
rebels. Thirty-two houses in the town
and 19 beyond the town limits were
set on fire by tho attacking party and
destroyed. The rebels also sacked tho
stores. Two female and one male res
ident were killed.
An unknown woman, about 30 years
old, leaped from the platform of tho
elevated station at 125th street and
Third avenue, New York, Thursday
morning and, landing on the track in
front of an approaching train, was cut
to pieces. Her unborn child, fell from
the track into the street.
Uy previous arrangement LI Hung
Chang, the Chinese ambassador, Wed
nesday morning received a limited
number of representatives of the press
in his apartments at the Waldorf. Tho
newspaper men were presented to the
viceroy by Mr. Edward B. Drew, com
missioner of railway taxes in China.
The viceroy's medical advisor, Dr.
Mark, acted as Interpreter.
Tho second day's session of the Irish
race convention in Dublin opened with
a full attendance of delegates. Father
Flynn, of Watcrford, proposed tho ap
pointment of a committee composed of
home nnd foreign delegates empowered
to draft a platform upon which all sec
tions of tho Irish party could unite and
work loyally. The motion was op
posed and finally withdrawn. Tho
convention then adjourned.
The Cork Herald, an organ of tho
Healyite faction of the Irish national
party, published a long article Wed
nesday morning commenting upon
Tuesday's proceedings of the Irish con
vention in Dublin. The convention,
the Herald declares, proves to bo, not a
meeting of the world's representative's
of the Irish race, but a mere sectional
gathering, tho real purpose of which
is to replenish the finances of a dis
credited section of the Irish party,
headed by a discredited leader.
Disastrous Morning lilnze.
Louisville, Ky., Sept 3, A special
from Elkton, Ky., says: Fire was dis
covered in the store of H. C. Miller
Thursday morning. The firo depart
ment was unable to subdue the flames,
and they communicated to other build
ings, destroying six stores in nil. Tho
loss is S15.O00. Tho fire was of in
Louisa, Ky., Sept. 3. Victor Caper-
ton attacked Dave nru, a restaurant
keeper, here Wednesday morning, fir
ing one shot at him, the bullet passing
between Ins legs. aru seized a
hatchet and struck Caperton several
times, inflicting wounds from which ho
may die. The affair occurred in Ward's
Washington, Sept. 3. Kentucky Local
showers, followed by fair Friday; cooler,
Ohio Local showers, followed by fair
weather Friday: cooler, fresh to brisk north
West Virginia Fair Trlday; cooler, north
Indiana Fair and cooler Friday; light frost
in north portions; fresh northwest winds.
Cincinnati. Sept. 3.
Flouk Sprlns fancy. 4300S3.85; spring
family, SilOiJiOJ; sprlac patent, i3.I5S3.7J;
winter patont. 411533 60; fancy, ?1CJ103;
family, K.0C?.&0; extra. S1.G0&M0: lowgrade,
Jl.50JJl.65; rye. northwestern. HW&ZSO: do
Wheat. Sales'. No. 3 red, nominal. 00381c.
Cons Sales,: Np. 2 yellow, track, 21c.
Oats Sales: No. 2 white, track, lO&c: No. 2
mixed, track, lt),c; No. 3 mixed, track, 13c, o
Hogs Select butchers, S3.20S3.S5; a few
extra, ?3.30: fair to good packers, 83.1033.0;
fair to good light, $J.S5340; common and
roughs, Si 5033. 00.
Cattle Fair to gocd shippers', J3.0034 25;
good to choice butchers', f3.750Ll5, extra,
it 25; fair to medium butchers', (3 013160;
SHEEP and Lamijs Extras, ta 103125good
to choice gJ.5ft33.0J; common to fair. 8L50&
2.25 Lambs Extrns.?tl03125:Bood tachoice,
j3.5U5ji.do; common to lair, su.V5ii3.Ui
Veal Calves Fair to good light, 85.003
a 00; common and large, M. 002-1. 25.
Wool Quotations: Unwashed fine merino,
ESlOc per lb: quarter-blood clothing. 1213c;
medium, dclalno and clothing, 12313c: braid,
UQI2c; medium combing, 13311a Washed,
One merino, X to XX, 12c: medium clothing,
14 A 15c; detains fleece, 1413c; long combing
l&SlGc; quarter-blood anl low, 12313c; com
mon coarse, ll&l.'c.
Toltdo, O., Sept. a
Wheat Cash 63c: September, 03c: Decem
11VE Cash, S3c; September, 33c.
Cohk Cnsh,J4c; September, 2S',4oi Octo
ber, 25; December, 26Kc
Calls on December wheat opened at fSKo,
last price BSSfo. Puts opened at l"5c, sold at
5"Ji357f.c, last price tTJfo.
Calls on May corn opened at 2IJJo, sold
at 21?;Q24Ua; last price 21c. Puts opened
nt S5ic, sold at Z4i!l!c, last prlco 24o
Indianapolis, Ind., Sept. s.
Cattle Common were neglected; choice to
prime, S3.508&60; fat, well finished steers,
Jl 453175; medium to good, ti 031 25.
Hoos Receipts, 6.J00, shipments, 2,b00
Tobacco Dealers say, that
"BATTLE AXffis a "scorcher"
because it sells
Chewers say, it is a "scorcher" be
cause 5 cents' worth goes so far. It's
as good as can be made regardless of
cost. The 5 cent piece is almost as
large as the other fellows' 10 cent piece.
A Desperado Killed.
I'ikevii.lk, K;7., Sept. 3. In attempt
ing to capture Gcorgo O. Quinn, a Vir
ginia desperado who killed Everett
Fowler, in Russell county, Va., a week
ago, the posse fired on him, killing
him instantly. Quinn was surrounded
by tho posse and made a desperate
fight before he was killed, emptying
his revolver. Quinn shot Fowler
through the head while the latter was
hunting squirrels, killing him in
KtantK. IA liuue Ciinns l.u:ie rruw "kortt.
"New York, Sept. 3. Li Hung Chang
and suite said good-by to New York i
Thursday morning when they crossed
over to Jersey City lit 8 o'clock en route
for Philadelphia. The quietness of
liis departure was in marked contrast
to the enthusiasm which greetedliis
arrival here. The big crowd gathered
on West street did not even give him a
Stc.imcr Koiiedulo SinUfl.
New York, Sjpt. !!. The steamer
Rosedale, with 150 passengers on board,
was struck olf Broome street, 'East
river, about noon, by a Twenty-third
street ferryboat, nnd sank in about
Ave minutes. The Rosedale was on
her .voy from llridgeport at the time.
All the passengers, it is said, were
picked up by passing craft. They sav
ed none of their effects, however.
Clcetrlv Car Collides With Train.
JIlN.NT.ii'ous, Minn., Sept. 3. Thurs
day morning the electric car bound to
the state fair grounds was run into by
a Minneapolis and St. Louis railroad
train at the crossing near St. Anthony
Park. Fortunately nobody was killed.
Several persons were injured.
lllfj flu CiillUlon.
Lawi:i:n'cki)Uho, Ivy..v Sept. 3.
James Waterlill, assistant bookkeeper
in the Lawrence bank, v.-us injured in
a bicycle collision with a colored
wheelman. Hoth were riding rapidly
and neither had a lantern.
lldrnl Furallv Itcuulon,
Richmond, Ind., Sept. 3. The annual
reunion of the Uond family was held
in the grove of Willicm JJond, just
south of the town of Green's Fork.
The attendance was large, as the mem
bers of the family in tho vicinity num
ber '200 or move.
Skull CriibliL'tl With ii Crowbar.
Lai-ohtis. Ind., H?pt 3. In an affray
lit Uertrand Tuesday uiglit The ma's
Carroll struck Jesse Mcrivin on the
head with a crowbar, crushing his
skull. CvitoH, it was charged, abused
hjs wife, who is Jlerwin's sister,
Cornt r-Stnno Luyiut;.
RL'snvn.i.n, Ind., Sept. 3. The dato
of the corner-stone laying of the now
courthouse has been postponed until
September 23 on account of the non
arrival of necebsary steel. Gov. Mat
thews lins been invited.
llryiin's Xiecn i:iupid.
JuKFKitsoxvii.i.K, Ind., Sept. !. J. L.
Martin, of North Vernon, nnd Laura
Mlllson, of Salem, 111., a niece of Can
didate V. J, Ilryan, eloped and wero
married by Magistrate Hausc Wednes
Criminal Cunts nt Lexington.
Lexington, Ky., Sept. 3. Tho crim
inal period of tho Fayette circuit court
will begin on September 15 with a
docket of 40 cases, tho most important
of which will bo tho second trial of
Marshall Collins, colored for tho mur
der ,of his wife.
Wage Cut SO Per CenJ.
Ashland, Ky., Sept. 3. Tho Yollow
Poplar Lumber Co. has posted notice of
a reduction of 20 per cent. In tho wages
of its 800employe3, boglnning Wednes
day. No objection has been made so
so fast. Tobacco
Livery, Feed and
COE. THIRD AND OHUROH STREET
i Horsea sept by the Day, Wash or Mouth,
j Prompt Attention Given to Fnnerala.
i Carriage can be ordered to and from ail
trains to all parts of tho city. Or-
dors by telephono will recoive
MARIETTA -' - - OHIO
GEO. STRECKEn. HENRY STRECKUh
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and Ol
Well Boilers. Oil Tanks. Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers in the oil llelds. We employ
none Dut tne nest mechanics in tnis line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you.
Office and works on West Side. "
UNDEUWOOD & LUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio
Collections promptly attended to.
. Attorney; at Law.
Ovet Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAIffEU & CUKT1S,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Office and residence, on Second street, tbree
doora above the Court-house, Mailetta, Ohio,
CIHAELSS W. RICHARDS,
j Attorney at Law,
Office on Putnam Street,
X . Attor.no j at La tv
Ofllceln Law Building.
Attorney at Law and Notary Public.
Oillce on Second Street, opposlto Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMS W. B. '
ittornoy at Law,
Oillce East cor. Front and Putnam. MhrlnUi
Y P. WARD,
r) Real E3lf.tfl nnd Loan Atnt,
hoconrt St., onp, Uuljn Depot, Marletm, '
DU. C. W. EDDV.
Orflce No. 304 Front Street,
Opposite Soldlbrs'AIonument. Residence No
518 vvurth Street. Tclenhcne connection.
JOnN A. nAMII.TON H. F. KIIA71
HAMILTON &. StBAFT,
Oflioe room, 1 Mills But'.dinc, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Office la Law Building.
. Attorney at Law.
Offlce In Law Building,
Mncklnac Island, Toledo ami Detroit Ex
cursion. Soptember 7th via the T. & O. C. E. R. It.
Mackinac Island and return, 85,'0i Detroit,
Jl 00; Toledo, 92.60. Leave Marietta 2:10 p in.
Arrive Toledo 11 :80 p.m.! leave Toledo 4:80 p,
in. via D. & C. Sir., City of Mackinac ; arrive
Detroit 8:45 p. m : arrlvo Mackinac Island at
noon Thursday. Through Sleeper to Toledo,
and only ono change between Marietta and
Mackinac or Detroit. Mackinac Island tickets
good returning within 15 days, Toledo s days
and Detroit 8 days. For particulars call on G.
M, Payne, Ticket Agent, Union Depot, or v. P.
Morfu, City Passenger Agent.
Excursion to Zanesvllle,
Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 7th, via Z. & 0.
R., $1.00 ronnd trip. See the big bicycle races
Tickets good going on 0;20 u. ra. train. Re
turn special train will leave Zanesrllle at 7 p.
m. Monday. Tickets will also be good return
ing Tuesday, Sept. 8th.
Another low rate excursion to Clereland,
Ohio, via the C. & M. Railway, Wednesday
Sept. 0th. Watch for band bills and posters
giving full particulars as to rates, limit &c.
1. mm s
Trains leave. Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, '10:40 a m, 11:25 p in.
for St. Louis, loiio a m 'lius p m.
y For Louisville. 10:40 a m, 11:25 o m.
For Parkervburg, '10:40 a m, te:00 a m, :
For DelpTe, 0:oj, 10:10, 2:00,1:55, 11:25.
p m, 7: oo p m, 11 :J5 p m.
ForChllllcothe, 10:lo a m, lllS5 p m, fOitO
a m, t2.85 p m.
For New York, 1:B5 p m, 1:2J p m.
Daily. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
etc., address !-
O. M. PATOB, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
By., Marietta, O., or
G. B. Wabpel, Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio. '
Cleveland & Marietta Railway
TiMEjyrK0 SUNDAY, MAY U, 1895.
Clereland . ,
Canal Dovet .
12 20 !
Btop on Signal.
AU trains Dally excent Snmiv.
, W. PAGE.
J. C. TAYLOR.
G. P. & T. A.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wHfrrllw1:12' "" Traln.
'Dally. Dally Except Sunday.
13 8 EASTERN TIME 2 4
AM PM PJI AM t U in
0 25 nt 01 ( 15 Wheeling 10 45 iSii n rS
S n J? -r i SS "?n?"Ilfe IOCS 2 II
S? HS ! Martlnsvlllo 9 11 2 0 5 21
8 21 1 47 6 15 81stersvllle 8 45 1 47 r os
0 84 8 03 7 83 WIlllnm.fA, ? Ii UL S S5
in nn omonn 7 -.t' "" o "
.. "vu Park'h 'IU "65
JH2 U2 Ravenswood
1210 5 65 Mason City
pi ri? ".PleaTant
1 IiS Galllpolis
2 20 810 Huntington
W. J. BOBIKBOH, Q. P. A
10 65 2 00
9 E,', 12 57
9 25 12 25
0 do 11 65
ari. "" ifcaiJoi
call on or ad
184 Front Street
ZANHSVILLE & OHIO RIVER.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC, ind. 1895.
" Lowell ,
Ar Columbus ....
Ar St Paul
6 20 am
6 18 am
7 16 am
7 43 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
2 40 p m
8 18 p m
8 85 pm
4 83 pm
5 40 pm
8 16 pm
7 20 am
U 25 a m
0 00 pin
7 25 p m
10 25 D m
11 20 a m
7 40 am
8 SO am
9 12 am
9 43 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
2 65 pm
8 58 p m
4 21 pm
4 68 pm
5 19 pm
5 65 p m
All Trains Dally except Sunday,
r,a.Vni. ani J,2 "P.8 oloso connections ai
Zancsvllle with the B. & O. and Pan Handle
1 t niJ?oIuml,U3i Chicago and the West.
J. HOPE 8UTOR, Receiver.
C. C. HARRISON. General PassengerAgt.
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LIKE
Toledo & 0hlpCentral Ext'n.
Time Tabloln Effect May 24. 1886
Central Standard Tlmo.
Tho Only Line out of Marietta with
Throush Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No. 8. No. 11.
Leavo Marietta 9 00 2 10
" Tunnel o 19 2 28
" Vincent 037 2 46
9Ier ,J 65 01
Utley 10 21 8 80
" faharpsburg 10 35 3 80
" AmcsvlUe 10 62 8 41
Arrive Palos ,.. 1125 412
" Athens 3 20 8 85
.. P.M. P. H!
" Columbus 2 25 7 15
" Charleston, W.Va 25
' Cleveland 7 80 1 60 A.
I Toledo uio 1180
' Detroit 20 0 15
" Chicago 7 40
No. 2. No. 4, No It
A.M. P.M. A.M
Leavo Columbus 7 15
" Palos 10 12
" Arnesvlllo 10 42
" Cutler 11 18
" Vincent 1137
Arrlvo Marlotta 1215
8 60 5 CO
4 0 6 25
4 45 7 80
Trains run dally oxcept Sunday. Close con
nectlons for all points north and west.
For farther Information call on or address G
M Pavne, Tlofee Agent, Union Depot. Marl
H. C. VINCENT, G, P T. A
T. D. DALE. Receiver, "" a.J1.
W. M. MORSE, Superintendent,
The New Yost.
Best for Speed and Results.
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