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To Boy Ms of All Ms
Is the placo nearly every person Is
iutntr tn find. Wo ciin point you to
the store that will give you more good
moro value, more service anu muro
satisfaction than any other house any
where, for the reason that if you send
out of the city you ruu tho risk of not
getting suited, and tho trouble and ex
pense which you do not have buying
from us. Wo guarantee our goods as
You are now invited to Inspect our
stock of New Fall and Winter Goods
arriving dally, bought at the lowest
markets of tho world and offered to
you at the'lowest prices offered.
SEE SOME OF THEM FOR THE WEEK
Dress Goods. New arrivals of all
wool Serges, Henriettas, Black Novel
ties and Bouelcs. The prices will sur
Wo continue giving away a Dress
Pattern with Dress Goods sales in ad
dition to tho low prices made. Come
soon to get them.
A few Armorsido Corsets for the
week at (VJe, worth $1.25.
One lot Steam Mould Taylor Made
Corsets, all sizes, for the week, only
COc, regular price $1.35.
The Largest Tablet for school only
5c. worth 10c. See it.
7v11 Double Slates 15c: Sxl'J Double
We sell School Supplies Cheaper than
any other house.
Onn r.sisn Satines. Black and Blue
grounds at 10c, worth 15c yd.
Standard Prints this week at Cc yd.
One lot China Wash Silks 15c yd,
Embroidered Handkerchiefs at 5c,
10c, 12c and 15c Great values.
Sun Umbrellas at 50c, tS9c, 9Sc and
51.25. Special Bargains.
2 spools John J. ClarUs Machine Cot
ton for 5c
A limited number pairs of Regular
Made Ladies' Hose, Opera Shades, 2
pair for 25c, one pair regular price 25c.
Bargains in "Men's Suspenders, silk
overshot, embroidered and silk edge,
natoct buckles. 25 dozen this week at
23c a Lair, worth 30 to 40c
The McKinley Tin Canes at 25c
each a novelty.
Large spool Crochet and Knitting
Silk, all colors, 5c spool.
CLOTHING. Great Bargains in
Meu's Suits from S2.!)$ to S15.00.
liow Fall Overcoats. All wool pants
atSl.'iS to ?2.75. Boys' and Children's
. it-j.it 75c to $2 US. The best knee
pants for 25c wo have sold.
Wo have the Bargains in this De
partment. Come and see them.
Trunks, Valises und Telescopes very
Our Prices on Wall Paper the Lowest.
SPECIAL SALE OF CARPETS. A
Complote stock of Rag, Cottage, Hemp,
and Ingaain to choose from. No house
makes tho prices we will sell at.
Measure your rooms. We cut and
match to fit, no extra charge.
New stock of Queensware and Glass
ware this week. Factories closing out
gavo us some snaps for our customers.
Come now while we have a full as
sortment and can suit you.
Fine Decorated Tea, Dinner and
Toilet Sets away down in price.
Mixed Candy this week at 5c pound.
A big lot of new goods in One Cent
Pencils, sponges, paper, envelopes,
thread, mirrors, rules, pins, cuffs, col
lers, ribbons &c &c
Spacial Sale for This Week Only.
1 pound II. B.'s cream puff baking
1 box, 3 cakes tine toildt soap 25
yt do, plated tea spoons 25
14 pound Young Ilyson tea 40
1 towel roller.
1 butcher knife.
All for this sale 39.:, just H regular
Pure Leaf Lard only 5c a pound.
3 pounds Ginger Snaps only 10c.
Stoneware Jars, Jugs, &c. 5c. a gal
lon. The Queen City wabhing machine is
a great success. One dozen moro at
52.4S. Regular price $0.00.
Tin fruit cane, quarts at 25c per do,
naif gallon at 50c per dozen.
Wliole slireddeu wiiea niscuit lor a
quicker introduction will sell this week
only, 3 packages for 25c, worth 45c.
Hundreds of Bargains not mentioned
hat will requiro a call to investigate
1G9 Froit St. Marietta. 0
Gathered From All Farts of tho Country
Tho steamship New York, sailing
Saturday for Europe"", took 458,000
ounces of silver.
Tho steamship St. Louis, which ar
rived from Europe Saturday, brought
$005,000 in gold. Total arrivals to
Tho democratic congressional con-
tferees for the Fourteenth Pennsyvanla
district have nominated J. F. Klugh,
of Dauphin, for congress.
James Swimmer, a full-blood Chero
kee Indian', and Henry Williams, a
colored youth of 18, were hanged at
Talequah, I, T., for murder.
By the collision of a freight and coal
train on tho Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western railroad near Halstcad, Pa.,
Friday morning, Engineer Coddlngton,
of the former train was killed.
The banking house of S. H. Watson
&. Sons, Tinttm, la., established for 40
years, made a general assignment Fri
day afternoon to Mat Gaasch for the
benefit of their creditors. Liabilities
S230,000; assets 8350,000. Depositors
and creditors will be paid in full.
Four mills of tho Hazardville Powder
Co., Hazardville, Ct, blow up at 0
o'clock Saturday morning, the shock
being strongly felt for a region of 20
miles about. No one was killed or in
jured so far as known, as the workmen
had not yet entered thetmills. Tho
explosion was caused by lightning.
Ben. Harrison will make some cam
paign speeches in October and the fears
of the republican national executive
committeemen at Chicago headquar
ters were set' at rest Friday by tho
welcome intelligence. It was re
ceived Friday afternoon in the form
of a personal letter from tho ex-presl-dent
Richard Cobb, son of ex-Gov. R. W.
Cobb, was shot and probably fatally
wounded. He was walking across a
bridge when he stumbled and dis
charged a rifle ho was carrying in his
hand. When the gun struck the bridge
it was discharged, the ball passing
through Mr. Cobb's lungs and ranging
into the shoulder.
The National Bank of Troy, former
ly the First national bank, of Troy,
N. Y closed its doors Saturday morn
ing, because of a run on the bank, and
is now in charge of United States Bank
Examiner Graham. The bank officers
state that it will be able to pay deposi
tors in full und from 75 to 00 cents on
the dollar to stockholders. The cap
ital is S200.000.
A dispatch from
states that a number of sof tas (theo-,
logical students) and members of tho ,
young Turkey party had a desperate
light in Galata on Wednesday, Fif
teen of the combatants were killed.
The dispatch adds that many of the
aremves oi tne jimisn emoassy nave
Deen placed ior satety on tne isritisn
guardship on the Bosporus.
Albert George Whitehead, recently
released from Portland prison, arrived
in. New York Friday night on the
Cunard line steamship Lucania, which
reached her dock at 0:45 o'clock Friday
night Gen. James II. O'Bejrne, chair
man of the conference committee,
Whitehead's brother and others who
were permitted to converse with White
head, said that ho was sane.
Pratt, Simmons & Krausnick, whole
sale dealers in millinery at 517 Wash
ington avenue, St. Louis, made a gen
eral assignment for the benefit of cred
itors to tho Mississippi, Valley Trust
company of this city Friday. Mort
gages for SS5.000 were first given to
several preferred creditors. Tho lia
bilities are S1SO.O00 and assets $200,000.
Slow collections in tho west and south
and the annoyance of persistent small
creditors forced the assignment.
CINCINNATI. Sept 11
F.'.ocu Winter patent. S3. 253 60; do faucr,
817523. 10; family, 2 20&3.50; extra, 1.60:: 10:
low grades, 41.531.75: spring patent, 83 500
185, do fancy, iai53a35; do family, Sieo&?.85;
rye, j2 35150. I
WnuAr Sales: Rejected red, track, toe;
Ka .1 red, track. 62c: No. 3 rod, track, COci
rejected red, track, 51c.
Cons Shelled mixed, jellow nnd wblto,
nominally quotable at 22KI&23C; not enough
oITured nor wented to establish a market as to
Oats Sales; Rejected white, track, at ICVSc
sample mixed, track, at 15c: No. 2 mixed. J
Not 3 mixed, track, at 17c.
ItVE-Northern Ohio and Indiana held at 31
035c, and northwestern at 37V438c ,
HOG3-.Cnolce packers nnd prime butchors. -
153.:0; mixed packers, 8i00a3 10. common
d roughs, gisus-'-Bii light shippers und '
cood fat pigs, SJ. 10&J.&; common to fair pigs,
Si:5Q3.10; klp3, ll.ousitw.
Cattle Heavy steers, fair to good, 3.503 1
4 15! butchers', good to choice W.65Q1 10;
fair to medium, 83.003350; common to ordlrt
ary, Si252.75. oxen. ei.50Sa7i Heifers:1
Oood to choice, H 105 40, extra, ?3 5003.73; I
fair to medium, fi253i85.
Sheep aud Lambs Sheep Common to ex-,
tras, SI 60iaJ.oa Lambs Kxtras, 3 854U0;
pood to choice, ;3..'5tti73. common to fair,
Veal Calves Fair to good light. 8i25
6 00. extra, JGJ55J3 50, common und large,
Woot-Unwashed, fins merino, 0310c per
lb; quarter-blood clothing, U3l3c; medium!
delaine and clothing. i:ai3c. braid, 1131
medium combing, 13allc. Waihel
Ino, XtoXX, lie: medium clothing, llBISc;
e.uartcr-blood and low, iJI3cf common
New Yobk, Sept 19.
WiiEAT No 2 redOjtober, OOJiSOJ 13-l8c;
uccemupr. co3-idi.oic; aiuy, inu'siv
CoitK Na : December, 23Hc; May, 31 7-lCc;
Na i. 16.'7Hc.
Oats No. 2 western, 19&S0c; October, :0?J c;
Toledo, O, Sept 19
Wheat No 2 red, cash, eJHc: December,
CiiMc: May. 73 lie; Na S red, cash, Hi.
Cork No. 2 mixed, cash, 22c; May, SiTic;
No 3 yellow, ZiHc
Oats Na 3 mixed, cash, lHs
BYE No. 3 cash, SHc.
Chicago, Sept. 18
Calls on December wheat opened at 61 Xc,
sold at aac last price 62c. Puts opened at
Clc. sold at GOTjc, last price 61o.
Calls on May corn opened at 21XQ2Jc, sold
nt:iJ,o and 25c, last price 24tf&25c. Puts
open:d at :t025c, sold at 17c, last prlco
IsniANAPOi.is.Ind.. Sept 1&
Cattle Choice to prime, S160B470, fat,
well-finished steers, tll5Q445;commom, 13.25
noGiuooa to cnoice meaium ana ceavy
JUhSfB?sSI aD cno.co
inVrl'-Markst fair nnd quiet at unchanjj6(5
New nnd Interesting Ilnppenlnc" Within
OUT OF MONEY.
The Now Bakery inspection Law Can Mot
Do l'nt Into Execution In Conicijaeiice.
Columbus. O., Sept. 19. State Shop
Inspector Knaub, in whose hands the
duty of enforcing the new bakery in
spection law is put, says It looks us if
nothing can be done In tho matter un
til the next legislature meets. Though
the state etrergency board tias
authorized an expenditure sufli
clcnt to carry on the work, it
has been found impossible Udder the
circumstances to induce any bank to
advance tho funds. It would havo to
wait for repayment for at least two
years. With tho present tight money
n.arket the banks do not feci like as
suming this additional loan. Mr.
Knaub says he will not appoint the
two additional inspectors provided for
under the new law until ho is assured
that there will be money at hand to
pay their salaries.
Druggist Tired of Life.
Coi.CMIlUS, 0., i-opt. 10. -Adolph
Kolb, a druggist at the corner of MU
Vernon nnd Jefferson avenues here,
attempted to commit suicide Friday by
taking morphine. Ho was found later,
and medical aid was called, but his life
is despaired of. Business troubles are
supposed to havo been the cause.
Kolb is a prominent man, and at one
time was president of the Columbus
Druggists' association. He Is about 40
years of age Kolb died late Friday
Congressman Tuft YlthUruivrt Eroratho
CikcinnA-TI, Sept. 19. Mr. Charles P.
Taft, candidate for congress in tho
First district on the republican ticket,
has withdrawn from the race. Mr.
Taft's resignation as a congressional
candidate comes with the deepest re
gret on tho part of himself and the
leaders of tho party. Tho campaign
committee met Saturday morning at
Fifth and Vine street and selected
W. B. Slmttuc to succeed Taft,
Killing Frosts by Muuiluy Nornlnc.
Cincinnati Sept. 19. "Killing frosts
are to be expected in Ohio Monday
morning." Such is the forecast of S.
S. Bubsler, local forecast official.
"There has been a decided fall in the
temperature throughout thu west and
heavy rains. In Minnesota, the Dako
tas and greater portion of Montana
the moving temperature is below frcez
ing, and killing frosts occurred in Nc-
braska. A general rain is falling in
the lake regions and north of Lake
Superior it is snowing.1
Thfi IIouhu Wouldn't Uurn.
perso;s" ma"de an aUompt Friday after-
- n to yurn down tho residence of
Gustavo Hunt, 300 Power street. When
Mrs. Hunt returned home at supper
time she found tho carpets on the low.
er floor saturated with coal oil. Holes
had been burned in the floor, but the
fact that the house was closed shut oil
all draft and smothered the flames.
i Aged Iirothera.
A8IILANH, 0., Sept. 19. Four aged
brothers whose ages average 74 years,
held a reunion at the home of their
sister, Mrs. Margaret Spencer, of
Orange. The brothers are Henry Sum
mers, Nova, O., aged 80; Adam Sum-
' mers, Charlotte, Mich., aged 77; David
Summers, Cleveland, O., aged 70; Jacob
Summers, Orange, this county, aged OS.
Will Pay Dollar for Dollar.
Cincinnati, Sept. 10. Fred Mehmert,
the Norwood real estate man, assiged
Wednesday morning to Col. W. E.
Bundy. The assets nre 890,003; liabil-
, itics from S53.O00 to 855,000. His month-
i ly rent due is S750, of which he has
only been able to collect half for the
I labt four years, He will pay dollar for
The Central Ohio M. K. Conference.
Uelllu'ontaine. O., Sept. 19. The
following1 ofllcers were elected for the
coming year nt the Central Ohio M. E.
conference: Charles C. Tancyhill,
secretary; Edward S. Dunham, statisti
cal secretary; John Parlett, treasurer.
It was decided that tho conference
would be held next year at Leipsic.
I Kx-Autlltor lfoe hued.
Cor.UMlius, O., Sent, 19. Kinkead and
Mervitli attorneys, havo filed execution
proceedings against ex-Auditor of
State E. W. I'oe to collect $300.50
claimed to be due on his stock sub-
Bcrintion the Canital Sheet. Metal
,. , , , '
Co- which assigned a year ago.
A Nuiv Military Company.
Columbus, O., Sept. 19. Tho Linton
guards, of Cincinnati, were incorporat
ed Saturday by 1 Galvin, Moses S.
Hart, Philander It. Gray, Lewis M.
Chambers, John II, Seitz and Charles
Finkenstedt. It is an independent mil
Ad Jlxcurtluultt Loses uu Arm.
Woo.STr.11, O.. Sept. 10. F. C. Calli
per, a Chicago brakeman on tho Chica
go & Alton railroad, had his right arm
taken off at Millbrook Saturday morn
ing. Ho was one of the excursion par-
ty to McKinley's home at Canton, Sat-
-, . ,, . , , ,
1 CoLUMiius, O., Sept. 19. The coal
1 mine operators o'f this stato will de-
mand next week that the wages for
coal mining in this state bo reduced to
45 cents per ton as the result of the cut
JIikIo a I'ortuuo by lariuluc.
Cor.UMlius, O., Sept. 19. O. W, Oil-
liland, who died suddenly of paralysis
near Rugby amassed a fortune of 100,
000 by farming in this country.
Spencehvim.e, O., Sept. 19, Lightning-rod
swindlers have been duping
farmers here. Many contracts on'd
notes havo been appearing.
Man nnd Woman Fntally Hurt.
Galui'OLis, O., Sept. 19. William
Jackson, colored, und Dora Brothers,
white, wero probably fatally injured
1 by a runaway hopse,
I Ohio Post Otnce DUcontlnuetl.
Wa8IIIj,OTo, Sept 19,-Tho post of-
flc at White, Gallia county, O., has
I been discontinued.
"How happy could I be with either
Were the other dear charmer away
The ripest and sweetest leaf and
the purest ingredients are used in the
manufacture of 'f Battle Ax," and no
matter how much-you pay for a
mucn smauev piece
grade brand you cannot buy a better
chew than "Battle Ax?
For 5 cents you? get a piece of
"Battle Ax almosfc as large as .the
other fellow s
B?,5Sv- yTTinptf"!1 MX
Nev? lit o, new strsn&th. nsw vijs.-
" a n',
will bring back your lost powers and step
They acl quickly, create a healthy dlgostl in,
pure rich bloci, lirra muscles, ruj;al
strength, stea Jy nerves and a clear brain
vl.00 Per Box, 6 Bo::c3 JS.OO.
A leptl inisrnnta to cure or refund the
--. ..v v '' "r- l?.V'UrJ.r. .UV.-i
A..l KIPH RPr-. .M-Hm),n.
The thoug-ht of sleeping with such
bedfellows disflusts Uncle Sam.
I'lKliting Their Shadows.
The sixteen to one agitators who ai e
urging the people to fiyht an imaginary
money power are merely warring
against their own shadows. The only
"money power" in this country is a
creature of the silverite's imagination
which I to be found nowhere because
it has no rtal existence. Like the mnn
whose fears of ghosts and hobgoblins
lead him to see in his shadow cast by
the moon a frightful monster ready to
devour him, the cheap money advocates
soe in the effects of their attack on our
financial system the work of on evil
demon which is destroy irg business
and impoerlshlng the people. It is
not creditable, to the common bens(j of
the American voters that the .ghost
ctories of delude 'believers 4 iff ree sil
ver should beMlbtcncd to, much 1cm so
that any conbidernble number of people
should be scared by phnr.tcms into ac
cepting a gospel one-Unlf humbug unci
. . . .As lougas gold, either from its in
trinsic superiority as a metal, from its
rarity or from the prejudices of man
kind, retains so considerable a pre
eminence in value over siher as It has
hitherto had, a natural consequence of
this teems, to be that its condition will
be more stationary. The revolutions,
therefore, tvhich may take place In the
comparnthe talue of gold and silver
will bo changes in the stato of the lat
ter rather than in that of the former.
. 1 .in
'Chlcucn's Latent Innovation.
An expert burglar who has served
several terms In pcnltentinrics for his
activity In his profession lfas recently
begun giving lectures on tho gentle
art of stealing In Chicago, lie exhib
its an entire burglar's kit and tells how
tho different implements oro used
nifl lectures are well attended nnd are
very interesting especially to the police,
iMz&t ilii i
mm ' mm
pt &ny omer mgn-
We hiivn a few more of those good
wheel (SUNOLi) for sale yet. Also sev
eral tfood second-hand wheels at a bar
Our TANDEM and other NEW
WUEKLS in the Livery re till in first
ehisa order und well taken care of.
When you want to take a ride como and
Our UEl'AlIt SHOP is running full
time and doing first clabs work at a
reason able price. We are putting in
nil the latest machines for repair work.
No matter how bad the break, cuts or
tears in tire can be easily repaired on
Wo have made arrangements with
our r.xi'uitT repairman for steady work
the year around. Give him a chance to
show you how well he can repair your
HAGAN & SCHAD,
Opposite Union Depot,
Telephone 1 18. 229 Second street
GLO. SjTUKCKEH. HKNHV 6TKKCKBI.
GEO. STRECKER & CO.,
Manufacturers of Marine, Stationary and 01
Well llollerH. Oil TuukH, Smoke Stacks and
Tube Expanders. Special attention given to
repairing Boilers In the oil fields. We employ
none but the best mechanics In this line.
Give us a trial we itnow we can please yon.
Office and works on West Side.
UNDERWOOD & L-UDEY,
Attorneys At Law.
Corner Second and Putnam Streets
Room No. K Marietta, Ohio
Collections promptly attended to.
V.1. Attorney at Law
Ovei Leader Office. Cor. Front, a
Cor, Front and Putnam
V'J ALTEB & CUKTJS,
v Phyulclans and Surseone,
LiKlce unl reBldenoe, on Hecond street, three
dcors above thoJourt-honso, Marietta, Ohio.
i 1HAULEB W. HICHARP4,
V. Attorney at Mtt,
Otfloeon Putnam Street,
J AttorLnj at lyiiw,
Office In I.&w Building.
attornoy at Law and Notury.Publlo,
Office on Second Street, opposite Union-Depot
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 8 Mills Block, Corner Putnam and
Second streots. Notary Public.
IOOMI8 vr. B.
J tttorney at Law,
Offlco East cor. Front and I'lt'oum Mnrlotm
Real Kstala nnd Loan Aatnt.
eoond St., opp, Union Depct, Uarlettt, 0
1 V O. W. GDDV.
Orrica No. 304 Front Street.
Ocuoalte Soldiers' Menument. Ucsldenoe No'
118 Feurth Street. Telephone connection.
JOHN A, HAMILTON H. F, EBAfl
HAMILTON &. KRAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills UuiMlns, Cor. Putnam
and Second straeui.
1VTYK ft KOLLKXT.
S , Attorney at L ,
OMoo In Law lluljdlng.
Attorney at Law,
omco In Law Butldins,
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, lo:40 a m, ll!25 p to,
For St. Lonls, 10:40 a in 11:25 p m.
For Louisville. 10:40 a in, U:25 u m.
For Parkersburg, l0:i0n m, 19:00 a m. 4:6i
For Delpre, 0:00, 10:40, 2:00, 4.66, 11:23.
p m, 7:oo p tn, iiim p m,
For Chintcothe, '10:40 a m, '11:25 p m. f6:co
For New York, 4i5S p m, ll!25 p m.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information regarding rates
time on connecting lines, sleeping, parlor cars
G.' M, Patnb, Ticket Agent, B. & O. S. W
ity., Marietta, O., or
. Or B. Waiiml, Assistant General Passenger
Agent. Cincinnati, Ohio.
Cleveland & Marietta Railwav
GOING SOU. l GOlkGNOltfM
Canal Dovor , .
Parkorabnrg . . .
pAw 'pi av7 oxcopt 3lu"lay.
J. C. TAYLOR.
G. P. 4 T. A
8 up t. Trans
OHIO RVEI? RAILROAD,
WSlBS?S,S5l25KU' "" p"BerTraln8
'Dally. tDally Except Sunday.
1 3 6 EASTERN riMB r
AM r& PIC AM J
'2 S,1? ' 5 M kneeling 10 45 3 25 . 6 50
2U?.f5 i ? "onncUvllIo 10 f8 2 55 618
2S1 ;? a s-MartlnsTlllo 911 201 524
8 21 117 6 16 Slsterevllle 815 117 6 0S
10 00 8RM03W1.Ulttm8toYn- T" "22 3 605
10 00p8 3J8W jpark,bgj .;C0 1166 810
is in k Havenswood 1055 200
110 h ST01" 9 56 12 57
pi pm Pleasant 0 25 12 25
slS Rsn GaUlpolls 0 00 1155
HO 8i0 Huntington 715 1j4
W.J. KOB1K80H, G. P. A Parkerat,..
ror rates, information, etc., call on or a-
WILL tiOIILAUEUCE, -
181 Front Strec.
ZANfcSVILLE & OHIO RIVEh.
TIMK CABU IN EFFECT DEC. Snd. 1885.
" -owoll r.
Ar St Paul
6 20 am
2 10 pm
3 13 pm
8 85 pm
1 10 pm
1 83 pm
6 10 pm
8 16 pm
7 20 am
6 (3 am
7 15 am
7 18 am
8 11 am
9 20 am
11 25 a m
9 00 pm
1 80 pro
Lv Chicago ,
" Stockport.... ,
Ar Marietta ,
7 25 pm
7 10 am
8 50 am
0 12 am
9 13 am
10 04 a m
10 40 a m
10'25 n m
11 20 am
2 65 pm
3 58 p m
1 58 pm
5 19 p m
5 65 p m
All Trains Dally except Sunday.
j.Jii' ,1? ?S. ? malL0 o'oso connections at
ZanesTlllo with tho a. & 0. and Pan Handle
J hope sn?rCh,c,aK0 and " West. '
,, .vE SUTOE, Becelvcr.
C. C. HABEISON. General PasBengorAjit.
MARIETTA & COLUMBUS SHORT LINE
Toledo & OhioCentral Ext'n.
Tlmo Table In Effect May 24. 1890.
Central Standard Tlmo.
The Only Lino out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Be
tween Marietta and Columbus.
No.l. N0.8. No. 11,
A.M. P.M. A.M.
Leavo Marietta 0 00 210
" Tunnel 9 19 228
" Vincent 9 37 2 40
" 9,ur 9 55 8 01
' Utley 1021 8 80
" faharpsburg 10 35 3 88
" Amesylllo 10 C2 a 41
ArrlvePalos n 25 412
" Athens 3 20 8 85
., , . P. M. P. M
" Columbus 2 25 7 15
" Charleston, W.Va 8 25
. SSIS'w,a .T ?? 160 A.M.
. De,tro" 0 20 0 16
" Chicago 740
No. 2. No. 4, No 12
A.M. P.m:, A.M,
Leave Columbus 7 15 12 01
" Athens lots
" -Palos 1012 2 45"
" Amesvlllo '10 42 815
" Uutlov. ...... ..,,.. 1U8 850
" Vincent..,.'. 1137 4 04
irrlvoMarlotfa ..,.. 12'16 445
Trains run dally oxoept Sunday. Close oon
noctlons for all poluts north and west.
For farthor Information call on orjiddress Q
M paths, Tloiei Agent, Union Depot, Marl
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