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Our Bargain Hunters
have secured for you
this week. They are
Plums and ail are in
vited to sample them.
Here they ave. They
Beat the record:
A 'World of Dress Goods from fash
ion's greatest centers, at popular
Uoucli Novelties in light and medium
All Wool, 0 pieces at only Ala a, yd,
value 75c yd.
a pieces silk striped poplin at 4bc,
12 pieces all wool 40 in. Dress Flan
nels. A large stock Black All Wool Novel
ties, Serges and Henriettas at the low
est prices yet made.
Silk Velvet Novelties, very now and
pretty at 9Sc, good at $1.50 per yd.
10 Dozen Aromor side Corsets war
ranted not to break down, regular
price $1.25. For this lot only and this
week they go at OOcts. Now don't
wait and expect to get them again at
this price for you wont.
Don't you know we sell Table Linens,
Napkins, Towels, Toweling and White
Quilts away below the prices asked by
other houses? Call and see.
One Dozen 12 only Queen City
Washing Machines will be sold t.t a
price to irtroduce them. One of the
best machines on the market. Hun
dreds of families own machines no (bet
ter and think they have good value at
a cost of iS.OO to $10.00. Don't you
want to save so much heavy labor and
tired and aching backs and knuckles?
Can't afford it? Well, see here, only
S2.4S, introducing prices. See if jou
cannot get one.
Our Prices on School Supplies are
Lower than offered elsewhere. Slates,
Tablets, Pens, Pencils, Ink, Paper,
ij n.'es, Crayons, Erasers etc.
Little Brownie Soap Flakes, the lat
est and best soap made for the house
holdtoilet and laundry. Not a soap
powder but pure soap. The little
Brownies of old saved all good people
worry and labor, and these little
Brownies will help you. Try it Guar
anteed not to hurt the hands or injure
the finest fabrics, and will break and
soften the hardest water.
Silver Plate Mugs at 2re, pretty and
Here is the best Health Food manu
factured: Rolston's Health Club Flour
and Breakfast Food and Wheat Shred
ded Biscuit, 2 large packages for 25cts.
More nutriment and pure solid food in
them than you can buy for f 1.00 in any
other form. It's economy and health.
CLOTHING Here is where ue show
the greatest values that can bo had
anywhere. Men's, Boys' and Childrens
Suits and Overcoats. New stock and
new styles ready for your inspection.
We will guarantee to save you money
on these goods above all other houses.
25 Barrels of Ginger Snaps on sale
this week at :ilbs for lOcts only fleets
Look out for our Special Sale of
knitting, outline and embroidery silks.
We will surprise you.
New Goods in One Cent Department
A full line of colors in Crepe and
Pure Leaf Lard at 5cts per pound.
The best smoke in the world for the
money. Try it.
Fruit Jars in tin aud glass at the
lowest prices of the season.
Honey Drip Syrup at 20 cts a gallon.
Teas at juices not made anywhere
else. Good.'strong and finely flavored.
Give thura a trial.
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Everything we sell a Bargain at
169 Front;;St. Marietta. 0
England's Change in Policy
Toward the Porte.
There Must Be No More Massacres of
Christians Nor Mozlem Riotings.
Chamberlain'! Absence From tho Colonial
Office Felt A Parliamentary Inquiry
Into the Prison Treatment The Brit
ish Association's Annual Congress.
London, Sept. 12. Tho orders issued
to Ihc British squadron to rendezvous at
Salontcai tn October are distinctly con
nected wttli the change in British pol
icy toward the porto, which marked
the -arrival of Sir Philip Currie, tho
British ambassador, la Constantinople.
Sir Philip, without ostcntaciousty de
claring a more active and iso
lated" policy, has conveyed
the impression to other Eu
ropean diplomats at Constantinople
that henceforth tho European concert
will be adhered to by England, only so
far as It agrees with a purely English
policy. There must bo no more mas
sacres of Christians, nor Moslem mob
riotings, nor incltlngs to general mur
der, without practical Intervention by
England, with or without the approval
of the other powers. The game which
Russian diplomacy played under Prince
Lobanoll's hand of paralyzing inter
ference in tho sultan's misdoings until
the time became right for tho utter
ruin of Turkey to the ngrandlzcm'cnt
of Russia, seem about to end. There
is no doubt that tho queen's indigna
tion over the Constantinople massacres
had much to do with this change of
policy. Her majesty rarely interferes,
but when she does tho Interference is
effective. Apart from the message which
she is understood to have sent to the
sultan through Sir Philip Currie, ex
pressing her indignation and horror ol
the massacres, the queen is known ta
be using her influence with the czar.
The visit of the Russian imperials to
Balmoral, which was bupposcd to be a
purely family affair, devoid of oil pos
sible political results, js likely to prove
quite the other way and to have more
practical influence on European poli
tics than either the visit to Vienna or
Breslau, and possibly more even than
the Paris demonstration.
Mr. Chamberlain's absence from the
colonial office is .distinctly felt Lord
Sclbornc, his Locum Tenens, has as
under-secretary for tho department
somewhat of a reputation as a promis
ing young man, but he does not ap
pear to be able to deal with the sud
den troubles arising in South Africa.
All badefor peace when Mr. Chamber
lain left for the United States. The
dominant control Cecil Rhodes had ex
ercised in South African affairs was
gone, Rhodes himself being under
pledge to come to England to be heard
in defense of himself and the British
South African Co. Now Rhodes' usurp
ing the functions of Gen. Sir Frederick
Caringtqn, the commodore of the Brit
ish forces, is trying to make peace vtith
the Matabele chiefs. Ho has offered
them terms which Gen. Carington re
fuses to accept, and generally deals
with affairs in Rhodesia as if he were
still master of the situation. Lord
Selborne doubtless keeps in cable con
tact with his chief, but it takes a
strong hand to deal with Rhodes. The
Matabele war, if it continues, will o e
its continuance to differences between
Rhodes and Carington. Tho former
would make peace on conditions which
would leave a large section of tho na
tives armed; the latter, only on their
unconditional surrender and dis
arment There is to be a parliamentary in
quiry commission into tho prison treat
ment which deprives men like Dr. Gal
lagher and hitehend of tho mental
and physical health after prolonged
confinement. In the case of the Irish
political prisoners It is alleged by
their friends who have watched their
decay, that their treatment by under
ling officials in Chatham prison laid the
seeds of all subsequent troubles, and
whilst Mr. Matthews wns nt the home
office protests were laid before him
that Daly and others were exception
ally badly treated, caused the removal
of these subordinates. But tho mal
treatment was continued, it is feared,
after the politicals were removed from
Chatham. The government can not
and dare not refuse the inquiry which
will be demanded.
The British association's annual con
gress opening at Liverpool on tho 10th
inst. with Sir Joseph Lister, president
of the Royal society, in the chair, has
an unusually copious agenda. The
Roentgen rays, the new elements, hel
ium and argon, and the Hansen and
other Arctic explorations are among
the subjects for discussion. There will
be a rare gathering of European and
The Colonial office, responding to un
inquiry as to the truth of a report in
American papers that the Pacific cablo
commission has decided to forthwith
lay tho Van Couver-Australian cables,
states that tho report is incorrect The
cable commission has only affirmed the
general principle of tho desirability of
on All-British cablp to Australia, and
will not deliberate further on tho sub
ject until tho views of Mr. Laurier,
tho Canadian prime minister are
A Itavlsher Itldtllocl With Ilullets.
Dublin, Ga., Sept. 12. Last Tuesday
Mrs. Monroe Johnson, a young white
woman, living near here, was crim
inally assaulted in her home by a Ne
gro named Shop Klnsey. Since then a
posse has been after tho Negro, and
Friday afternoon ho was captured
near Livett, ten miles from the scene
of his crime. Tho posse riddled Kinsey
with bullets nnd loft hU body lying
where it fell.
The Turk'l Way.
London, Sept. 12. News comes from
Odessa that the judges who corupo.o
the special tribunal 'appointed by the
sublime porte to try those charged with
murdering Armenians, are men known
to be corrupt. There is not ono honest
man among tho whole lot
Ctathered From Alt Tart of the Country
Oliver Williams has been nominated
for congress by tho republican con
ferees of tho Ninth Pennsylvania dis
trict Win. J. Bryan left Lincoln, Nob.,
Friday night at 0:1B o'clock over tho
Missouri Pacific road, for another
month of campaigning.
The Second Missouri democratic con
gressional convention adjourned Fri
day until September 23. One thou
sand and thirty ballots were taken
without a choice.
James Cherry, a cigar-maker, of Nor
folk, Va,, threw himself under a trn!n
of moving cars at tho depot of tho Nor
folk & Western railroad and was cut
in two at the hips.
While en route U tho coast Li Hung
Chang received a telegram from tho
Japanese consul at Vancouver, extend
ing to him a reception and other hos
pitalities. Li telegraphed his thanks
and acceptance of the courtesy.
non. James H. Eckels, controller of
the currency, has received a telegram
from Bank Examiner Johnson, at New
Orleans, saying that at a meeting of
tho Clearing House association, tho
opinion was expressed that no further
bank failures aro likely to occur there.
Jack Everhardt, of NewOrlcans, and
George Lavlgno, of Saginaw, Mich.,
known as the "Saginaw Kid," havo
been matched to box 25 rounds before
tho Bohemian club of New York.
This bout will practically decide tho
light weight championship of tho
Judge John M. Reynolds, assistant
secretary of the interior, has loft
Washington for his home at Bedford,
Pa., to recuperate after a long siege of
official responsibility. Judge Reynolds
has for some time been acting secre
tary of the interior at intervals during
the absence of Former Secretary Hoko
Smith and Assistant Secretary Sims.
An Armenian bomb factory was dis
covered by the police, located under
neath the Armenian church near the
Kaisim Pasha cemetery, Constanti
nople. From the factory a long tun
nel had been excavated in tho din of a
government powder magazine, the in
tention obviously having been to un
dermine the magazine and blow it up.
At Las Vegas, N. M., Joso Perea
went to the home of his sweetheart,
Altagracia Polaco, and during a quar
rel with tho girl and her mother, Perea
shot the girl twice, inflicting wounds
which will prove fatal. Perea then
went to his home and blew out his
brains with the same weapon. Both
were Mexicans and were to be married
Consul Seymour at Palermo reports
to the state department that orange
and lemon exports for tho season to
the United States has exceeded that of
former years by about half a million
boxes, but owing to inferior quality of
tho fruit and low prices obtained in
the United States, the season has been
the most disastrous in the history of
Owing to polities tho lnw Arm of
Carlisle & Strong, Chicago, will dis
solve partrership on October 1. Tho
dissolution was not unexpected by tho
political friends of both Mr. Carlisle,
the eldest bon of the secretary of tho
United States treasury, and Mr. Strong,
formerly a republican, now president
of a free silver club, populist candidate
for state's attorney of Cook county,
and the recognized leader of the popo-cratlc-popullst-free
fusion movement in that city.
IlleeUlng to Death.
Nkw York, Sept. 12. Julius Gotlieb
is dying from nose bleeding in Mt.
Sinai hospital. All attempts to pre
vent the hemorrhoge have failed. Tho
case is practically hopeless, the patient
having an inherited weakness. Tho
blood is so thin that the ordinary meas
ures used to stop bleeding at the noso
ClNCIKNATI, Sept, 12.
FLOCR Winter patent, Jai63.60. do fancy,
2.C53.00,' do family. 8iOT2160. extra, 81.603
2.10, low grades, 81 50! 75: spring patent,
WSOSaSj; do family, Si0Sie3, ryo, 1140(3
2.60 per brl
Wheat Sample red. track, at 4Sc: No. I
red, track at &6c. No, s, red, track, at 61a
CoitN Sales. TuocarsNo. S yellow, track,
nt 23c. yellow, ear, track, 25c; white, car,
Oats Sales: No. S mixed, track, 13c, No.
3 mixed, track, 13Xc. rejected, white, track,
at 15ic! No 3 mixed, track, at 13c; rejected
mixed, track, at 12c.
Uocs Choice packers and prime butchers,
KJ.CCK23.3o, mixed packers, M.20sa30, com.
icon and roughs, 8ZC03.3.00, light shippers and
good fat pigs, J3.3033. IS. common to fair pigs,
8150(33 23, skips, 81 50S.' 25.
Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good, 81650
4.25. choice. U35isiM. butchers', good to
choice, 8173! 15. fair to medium, 100! 65;
common to ordinary, 8i 0032. 85, oxen, J 1503
3.75. Heifers: Good to choice, 81 15150, ex
tra, 83 0ta85. fair to medium, 8i253 00
SnEEP akd Lauds Sheep: Extras J110U
8125, common to choice, 81 503.3. 01 Lambs
Uxtra3, 84 25&4.40, common to choice, 82503
Veai. Calves Common and large, eiooa
&00, Arm to good light. 85.256.00, extra, 8125.
Wool Quotations: Unwashed floe merino,
'310o per lb. quarter-blood clothing, 12&13c;
medium, delaine and clothing, l213o; braid,
lttClCc; moJium combing, 3!lc. Washed,
fine merino, X to XX, 12c; medium clothing,
14815c; delaine Seccd, 14Q15c, long combing
ISalCc, quarter-blood and low, 122,13c, com
Toledo, Q, Sept 12.
VV71KAT No. 2 red, cash, CJKc: December,
67c; May, 71c; No 3red, cash, tOKc
CoitN No trading
Oats No. 2 mixed, cash. HHc.
New York, Sept 12.
Wheat-No. 8 red, September, H645o;
October, 61KQ03Hc; December, 66H6671-I6C;
,Coux No. 2, dull; October, 267-l6c; De
cember, 27HC. No. 225iij275jc
OAre-No. 2, dull, western, 20329c; October.
CHICAGO, Sept 11
Calls on December wheat opened at COyjo,
declined to COHc, last prlco COXc. Puts opened
at &8,','&59c, sold at 58c, last price 59c
Calls on May corn opened at 21!c;
last price 24Sc- puts opened at 2(Kc, ut
Indianapolis, ind., Sept It
Cattle Choice to prime, 820! i fat. woll
finished steers, 1 1 304.75; medium, 83 Witl 15;
Hogs Good to choice medium and heavy,
8110! 25; mixed, 8100(1120,- good to choice
lights. 81 SOSl 40.
Sheep Good to ehotce lambs, 81752403;
common, 82.5031 60, good to choice sheep. US1
If he had bought
would have been able
There is no use
5 cent piece of " Battle Ax A tO cent
piece is most too big to carry, andvth& 5
cent piece is nearly as large as the M) cent
H piece of other high grade tobaccos
CATCHING A TARTAR.
Tho llruvo and Effective Resistance of an
Highway robberies, eten Under mod
ern name of "hold-ups," which alters
nothing of their character, have become
decidedly rare in the faT north-n est; and
they are likely to become still rarer if
all intended victims make ns brave and
effective resistance as did a grocer ol
fiainier, Washington, recently.
This grocer, whosee name is Hubert,
started from Itainler with his wagon
one night to go loTacomatobuy goods.
With him was a 13-year-old boy. He
curried $100 to pay for his purchases.
While he uas about tuo miles from
Ttoy and on n lonely road tuo highway
men stepped out, confronted the grocer,
pushed n pistol into his face, and com
manded him lo dlunount nnd hand o ex
Hubert had no not'on of git ing up the
money, but ho did not-uostenny time in
thinking up n plan for beating the rob
bers. Ho began to get doun from the
wtigon as if to comply, nnd as he did so
he struck the rascal who held the pistol
a terrible blow which felled him to the
groupd. nubert thn came dpwn with
6ne heavy foot, upon the wrist of the
hand which held the rctoher.
While the robber wns in tills position,
the grocer Mintched the weapon away
from him and pointed it at the other
rnsveal. It turned out thnt the second
robber had no pistol. Hubert com
manded him to put up hi"? hnndb, which
Meantime the first man was insensi
ble from the terrible' blow which Hu
bert had dealt hjm. Hubert made the
second hold up his hands for ten min
utes, until the first had recoered Wb
senses. Then he commanded the first
to get up, and told them both to march,
which tjiey did.
Thu the grocer took them both into
the town of Hoy, tho toy driving close
behind with the horses nnd wtigon.
At lioy the thwarted highwaymen were
turned oer to a constable ard locked
up, and the grocer went on his way to
POWER OF SYMPATHY.
When Needed It Is fienor-illy to Ito
He was only nn Italian fruit tender,
There was nothing about him at all
likely to inspire tht beholder with feel
ing, one way or another. He was not
ragged enough to call for especial sym
pathy, nor unkempt enough to protoke
disgust. Yet to the policeman v)n his
teat he wab undoubtedly the object of
considerable nnimuderi.ion. This was
et ideiiced by the unrelenting v iornvith
which h was, pursued from qornfer to
coruer by,,Hfi!'6er4,eiiIoU8'giur?diun of
thelnw;4 $ N(
The olhcrrdjiy.J&yflSuicNew York
Mall anflRxnress'ln uop hurried re
sponse tp the'eerla8tingottlcrtQ"mo've
on," the fruit peddler's cart wns upset,
nnd his peaches and pears were scat
tered over tho ground nnd across the
street car track. The enraged police
man could hardly restrain $he impulse
to usq his club;
"Tho dirty loafer,' exclaimed he. 'He
did It on purpose just trying to excite
"Ho has succeeded, then," said n soft
tolco at the officer's elbow, and a. neat
little woman stooped and bvgnn to
gather up.tho, scattered fruit.
The ofllcer's face, reddened. H6 hes
itated a moment, orjd theij hd, too,
joined in ie work; p restoratlpu,
After tha the Italian was seen peace
fully plying his trad&on his accustomed
beat, unmolested by his pld enemy, tho
a 5 cent piece he
to take it with him.
buying more than a
Geo. Stheckeu. rkmiy stiieckli-
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marlnb, Stationary and Ol
Well Boilers. OH Tanks, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repali lng Boilers In the oil nelds We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we know we can please you
Office and works on West Side.
UNDERWOOD & XiUDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. 8, Marietta, Ohio
Collections promptly attended to.
SJ. HATHA WAV,
. Attorney at Law,
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front and Putnam
WAITUU & CUIITJ8,
Physicians and Surgeons.
Offlco and residence on Second Btroct. three
doore above the Conrt-bouso, Marietta, Ohio.
CHARLES W. RICHARDS,
Attorney at Law,
Ofllco on I'utnam Street,
Attorney at Law.
Offloe in Law Building, Marietta, O.
Attorney at Law and Notary Publlo,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union Depot.
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 8 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
vttornoy at Law,
Office East cor. Front and Putnam, Marietta.
T P. WARD,
J Real Em ate and Loan Agent,
Second St., opp. Union Depot. Marietta, O
DK. C. W. EDDY.
n Office. No. 304- Front atroet.
Opposite! soldiers' Mennment. Residence No
618 Fourth Street. Telophone connection.
JOnN A. IIAMfLTON H. I Kit An
HAMILTON & KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills Dui'.dln?, Cor. Putnam
and Second streets.
NYE & FOLLETT,
Attorneys St Lav.
Offlco In Law Building. Marietta, O
I Attorney at Law
Office in Law Bnlldlng, lailatti., ii
Examination of Teachers
ot Washington County will be held irom 8 A.
M. until 8 x'. M. at the Marietta High School,
on the second Saturday or each month except
January, July and August.
Maihin R. .INUrtLUS,
bept 10, 'OU. Pres B'd of Examiner.
T. & O, C, Kv Notice.
Taking eilect Sunday, Sept. JSth, the T. & 0,
C Extension It R, will for the present discon
tinue Trains No, 1, leaving Marietta at i) a m
and No. i arriving at Marietta at 4:15 p. tr.
Trains No. 2 and, a carrying the sleeper will
run as heretofore, arriving at Marietta at 13; 15
p. m, and leaving at 2:10 p. in. TlHisol trains
will contlnue'tp make good cohnections.for
through travelfe. A mixed train jwlUt leave
Marlettaatfl.2Sa;;m., and returning' Wllafc
nulsthe Sundljy.nalns. H. a-.VXHCUrrjt ?
' '! i Gen'l Pass. Agt.
i:i.crlon to Clntlnimtl
And return, via the Ohio River Railroad.
Saturday, September 12th, the Ohio River Rail
road will run an excursion to Cincinnati at
tho low rate of SJ.10 for the round trip from
Wllllamatown Sunday, September 13th, will
be West Virginia Day at the Lagoon, when
the Ten Thousand Dollar Spectacular "Water
Carnival, or the Fairy's Dream," w ill bo given.
Tlckuts will be good going on train No, 1 leav
ing Wtlltamstown at u;3l a, m., good return
log on all regular trains to and Including train
leaving Cincinnati 0.10 p. in., central time,
'., o, It, Itr,
Cheap excursion to Zanesrllle Sept. nth
and Utn account of "Last Davd of Pompoll."
Tickets good going on all trains aboe dates.
Returning until Monday Sept. llth Incl.
Don't fall to see Pain's Sacred Spectacular
Exhibition "Last Days of Pompeii" at Zanes
vllle Friday and faturday Sept. llth and 12th,
Cheap excursion rates on Z. & O. R. Ry.
B.& O. SvAV. RY
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, 10:10 a m, n: n m.
or St. Louis, 10:40 a m 11:M p nt.
For Louisville. 10:40 a m, 11:2J n m.!
!& n5fkorsbUrK 10!t0 a m P'M a n. !
pB?ipre' 0!0, 10:4. 00, !". H:3S.
aSF ?,collie' M0:4 ri ll!2s P n, t;C0
n uii ji.oo p ro
Dally. Except Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates
etmenddCress DS "neS' "'P"1' Prlor carB
itf.&StiShSS"1 A8ent B- -s-w
Ag?en:cTn1cBl5'tlA03nlo?nt enera' Pa83eng"
Cleveland (L Marietta tiallwaiv
TH Rffffri Rfrvn.v triwia ,m. '
.A" x?'or bujidat, mayi.188S.
Akron .,, ...
South Oil va,...!
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
wlnnda"feorl,owi:12 16"5' " "
.wi!U.&n P1'yBxoept Sunday.
1 5 EASTERN TMX r 3 ?"
8 21 147 0 15 SlstersTllle 8 4S f iii
10 003 81.8 00 Park,bg .7(0 1155 810
1210 tin 4,venswood "S
10 6 58 aU7 9 55 13 67
pm pm .Pleasant 0 25 13 35
2 20 8'S Oalllpollo 9 00 1165
2 20 8.0 Huntington 745 1J4
W. J. ROBIKBON. G. P. A Parknmrm,
For rates, luformatloVte-'caTC'or0!
UTO83, WILL liOHLAUBACH,
ZANF:SVILLE & OHIO RIVEh.
TIME CARD IN EFFECT DEC, ind. 1895."
6 is am
7 16 am
7 48 am
8 18 pm
4 10 pm
8 11 am
9 20 Am
5 40 pm
8 16 pm
11 25 a m
0 00 pm
1 80 pm
7 26 pm
8 50 a m
9 12 am
9 48 Am
Lv Chicago ....
10 9lt n in
111 20 am
2 65 pm
3 68 pm
4 21 pm
4 58 pm
6 10 pm
10 04 am
10 40 a m
o 00 p m
All Trnlma n.n. .
Zapvllfe w?th tfe rfprdl
C. C. HARRISON. General PassengerAgt.
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LIKE
Toledo & OhioJJentral Ext'n.
Time Table In Effect May 24,: 1806.
Central Standard Time.
The Only Line out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Servloe Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No. J. No. 8. No. 11,
A.M. P.M. A.M.
8 00 2 10 4 Oil u
0 19 2 28 4 82
9 37 2 40 6 25
0 55 8 01 8 15
10 21 3 80 7 15
10 35 8 88 7 25
10 62 8 41 8 80
11 25 4 12 0 25
3 20 8 35 10 63
P. M. J. M
2 25 7 15
S 25 4 07 '
7 80 1 50 A. hi. '
II 10 11 80
9 20 0 15
No. 2. No. 4, No la
A.M. P.M. A.M
Leavo Columbus 715
" Palos 10 i!
" Amesvlllo 1042
" Cutler n is
", vincent...:..:::.:: na"
mlve Marietta.... ,,.,,,. 12 16
Trains run dally except Sunday. Close enn
noctlons for all points north and west.
Forarther Information call on or address G
"ta oYKB' ke' ASont'Unl DopoMarl.
T. D. DALE. Ro?e.vCefIWENT' G' P ' )
, 0W' M. Mqfi8g.'finperlntndent,
The New Yost?'
Best forv Speed and Results.
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