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AT NEW YORK.
New York, Nov. C. At Aqueduct
Five and one-half furlongs: Mariobo,
first; GoldLand, second; Hutzlpochtle,
third. Time, 1:081-5.
Five furlongs: Candle, first; Edna
Brown .second;! John, third. Time,
Mile and sixteenth: Excelsls, first;
Rare Perfume, second; Double Dum
my, third. Time, 1:51.
iMlle and 70 yards: Borough, first;
Belle of Orleans, second; Sir Fltzhugh,
third. Time, 1:47.
'Five and one-half furlongs: Mc
Addle, first; Little Daisy, second; Bil
lionaire, third. Time, 1:09.
Mile and 70 yards: Withers, first;
Klnniklnck, second; Pincher, ttrird.
Cincinnati, Nov. C. At Latonia.
Five furlongs: Allanto, first; Lady
Kent, second;i Zaza. third. Time,
Five and one-half furlongs: Prima
Il.flrst; Barbara M, second; School for
Scandal, third. Time, 1:07.
Mile and 50 yards: Lord ZenI, first;
Chorous Boy, second; Sir Gataln, third
Mile: Mr. Brown, first; Pirate Belle
second; Tho Rush, (third. Time, 1:41.
FIvo furlongs: Jim Winn, first; Ben
gal, second; Moskettv third. Time,
Six furlongs: Fairy Dell, first; Earl
Fonso, second; Horseshoe Tobacco,
third. Time, 1:14.
Mr. G. W. Berkley, of Belpre, was
the guest of 0. E. Berkley Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gheen, of Penns
vllle, visited relatives here over Sun
(Mrs. William Addis is visiting rel
atives In West Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lelbrand, of
Fleming, spent Sunday with his
Mrs. Sarah J. Berkley Is visiting
relatives In Morgan county.
James Hawk and wife, of Qualey,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Wm. Leisure has accepted a position
as 'clerk for W. O. Keith.
Taken this month keeps you well
all the year. Greatest tonic known.
Rocky Mountain Tea, made by Madi
son Medicine Co. 35c.
Ask your druggist.
Tickets are on sale at the Corner
Drug Storo for tho first number of tho
High School Lyceum Course. Gener
al admission 50 cents; reismd Beat3,
Office of Robert E, Lee,
In tho basement of tho chapel of
Washington and Lee unlversItyatLex
Ington, Va tho office of Robert E. Lee,
formerly oresident of that institution,
I spreserved exactly as he left It on the
morning ho occupied it for the last
time. Not a book, a letter or paper
has ever been disturbed. Once or
twice a year the room Is dusted but it
it kept shuttered all the time, and in
to its sacred precincts very few visitors
are admitted. His remains aro en
tombed across the hall In a marble
"Thero was little going on about the
Court House yesterday beside tho or
dinary routine work of the various of
fices. No now cases made their up
pearanco upon tho docket and In the
Probate Office there was not oven a
marrlago license Issued. As Clerk
Schramm expressed it, this lack of in
terest on tho part of prospective
bridegrooms was due to tho uncer
tainty which may have prevailed over
the result of the election.
the Property of Marietta.
Values placed on Maretta
real estate by the decennial
board of equalization.
(Third Ward Continued)
Stanley & Grass, lot 574, 05 ft. W.
side, land $1540, building $1700.
Becker, Carrie & Mary E., lot 574, 25
ft. e. side, land $380, building $300.
Morse, Phoebe, lot 497, 42 ft. n. end,
land $690, building $500.
Donnelly, P. J., lot 497, 45 ft. mid.
part, land $590.
Rodlck, Bernard, lot 497, 45 ft. mid.
part, land $590, building $250.
Rose, Isaiah R., lot 497, 4S ft. s. end,
land $020, building $250.
Ramsey, Frances L., lot 501, CO ft. n.
side, land $1080, building $1400.
Bodth & Watson, lot 501, 30 ft. s.
side, land $310; lot 514, 30 ft. n. side,
Hill, Levi P., lot 514, CO ft. s. side,
land $10S0, building $1500.
Donnelly, P. J., lot 527, n. ft, ft.
front 45, land $810, building $1700.
Hook, John H., lot 527, s. ft, ft. front
45, land $810, building $100.
Blume, C. H lot 535, n. ft, ft. front
45, land $810, building $300.
Weiss, Barbara, lot 535, s. ft, ft.
front 45, land $810, building $700.
Weiss, Daniel, lot 551, n. ft, ft. front
45, land $810.
Thels, J. W., lot 551, s. ft, ft. front
45, land $810, building $500.
Blume, Fred, Jr., lot 570, 50 ft. n.
end, land $080, building $300; lot 571,
50 ft. n. end, land $220.
Becker, Carrie & Mary E., lot 570, CO
ft. mid. part, land $810, building $1000;
lot 571, CO ft. mid. part, land $270.
Finch, Edward E., lot 570, 34 ft. mid.
part, land $540, building $1500; lot 571,
8 by 34 ft. e. part, land $10.
Alexander, F. L., lot 570, 3G ft. s. end,
land $040, building $1800; lot 571, 8 by
30 ft. s. e. part, land $80.
Coulter, Mary A., lot 571, 37 by 70
ft. s. part, land $370, building $C00.
Cline, Mary K., lot 571, 4 by 70 ft. s.
w. part, land $150, building $C00.
Wendelken, Martin K., lot 498, 30 ft.
e. side by 1G8 ft., land $480, building
Wels, Carl & Caroline, lot 498, 30 ft.
mid. part, land $450, building $700; lot
498, 12 by 30 ft. s. e. part, land $20.
Beasley, Sarah A., lot 498, 30 ft. w.
side, land $450, building $700.
Brown, Llda E., lot 499, 20 ft. n. end,
McGirr, Sarah 'M., lot 499, 50 ft. mid.
part, land $750, building $G00.
McGirr, Lucy E., lot 499, 70 ft. mid.
part, land $1050, building $800.
'McGirr. Llda E., lot 499, 40 ft. s.
end, land $C0O, building $800.
' Bell. Mar.ha E., lot 500, ft. front 90,
land $19S0, building $2400.
Moore, Nelson, lot 513, n. ft, ft.
front 45, land $990, building $1500.
Johnion, Llda L., lot 513, s. ft, ft.
front 45, land $990, building $1400.
Ferris, Hattle E., lot 520, ft. front
90, land $19S0, building $C00.
Nye, J. W lot 534,40. ft. n. side,
land $1000, building $9000.
Hutchins, Charles, lot 534, 50 ft. s.
side, land $1250, building $1200.
Holden, James, lot 550, 80 ft. n. side,
land $2000, building $1800.
Blscoe, T. D lot 550, 10 ft. .s side,
land $250; lot 573, 78 ft. n. end, land
$1400, building $1500; lot 572, 78 ft. n.
tnd, land $550, building $80.
HIckok, Julia E lot 573, 102 ft. s.
end, land $2080; lot 572, 102 ft. s. end,
land $1440, building $1700.
CIsler, Thomas, lot 575, 10 ft. e. end,
land $30; lot 57Q.10 ft. e. end, land $30;
lot 577, 10 ft. e. end, land $30.
Lorenz, Jacob.Not 575, except s. w.
Vi & 10 ft. e. end, land $1010, building
$300; lot 570, lift ft. n. side of e. ft,
Drumm, Caroline, lot 575, 45 by 90
ft. s. w. part, land $340, building $500;
lot 570, lift by 90 ft. n. w. part, land
Danker, Christina, lot 57G, 12ft by
170 ft. s. side, land $090, building "$500.
Lorenz,- Minnie, lot 577, except 10 ft.
e. end, ft. front 90, land $870, building
Morganstine, Elizabeth C, lot 578, n.
ft, ft. front 45, land $450, building
Becker, Daniel 2d., lots 578, n. ft, ft.
front 45, land $450, building $220 lot
579, n. ft, ft. front 45, land $450, build
iWllklng, John, lot 579, s. ft, ft.'front
45, land $450, building $500; lot 580,
39 ft. n. side, Innd $500, building $700;
lot 580, 30 by 25 ft., land $G0, building
Gerken, William, lot 580, 25 by 115
ft. s. e. part, land $140, building $300.
Lang, Amelia, lot 580, 35 by 25 ft.,
s. w. part, land $100, building $300.
Wllking, John, lot 013, 17 ft. e. end,
Lang, Amelia, lot 013, 35 ft, next to
17 ft. e. end, land $200.
Lazear, Jesse C lot 013, 50 by 45 ft.
mid. 'part, land $150, building $500.
Weldman, Barbara, lot G13, 45 by 85
ft. n. w. part, land $400, building $200.
Mcnke, Margaret, lot 013, 45 by 135
ft. s. w. part, land $400, building $150.
Richards, Maria E., lot C14, 40 ft. n.
side, land $100, building $230.
Ward, Nannie M lot G14, 50 ft. s.
side, land $300, building $500: lot G37.
Ifi ft. n. side, land $C0.
'Lorenz, Henry, lot C37, C4 ft. mid.
part, land $C40, building $500.
Ayers, David, lot 037, 20 ft. s. side,
land $180; lot 048, 25 ft. n. side, land
$220, building $450.
Schmidt, August G lot C48, 35 ft.
mid. part, land $320, building $550.
Shrode, Sophia et al, lot C48, 30 by
A. VICTIM OE IIAZEES.
Student Put in Packing Case and
Left on Sweetheart's Porch.
I'rcnlininti n HtitKrrxColIpitr Stripped
of IIlx llti'iilnt; Dri'.ii liv I'mIIvc
boplM iitori'M, mill Arrnjed
In Cnxl-OIT ClotliliiK.
114 ft. s. w. part, land $200, building ' there Anyway
The victim of the first haing Inci
dent of tin" jcar nt Rutgers college,
New linmsw'el:. X. .T., is 11. F. Shivley,
n fresh num. of Troy, X. Y. Slilxley
was on .his way to the house of his
sweetheart, wlio Ihcs in Somerset
stroit, nearly opposite the children's
industiiul home, when he was stopped
by a band of sophomores. He wore
evening dress. Shivley was mnrched
to a tieret place niul divested of his
appnrtl. The i-ophomores knew where
Shiiey wus bmnd, unit one of them
"It's n shame to disappoint a girl
"Yes." said another; "let's tnke him
Schmidt, Katharine, lot C48, 30 by CG
ft. s. e. part, land $70; lot G49, n. e.
part, land $G0.i
Shrode, Sophia et al, lot 049, 30 by
114 ft. n. w. part, land $200.
"Hut we can hardlv take him there
In that shape," said the first, nodding
to Shivley, who was shivering in noth
ing. They pave Shivley n suit which
looked ns though it bad been cast
Schmidt, Fred, lot C49, e. part, land ?wny. I'J' " trn'T, Then n l"lnjr
a. on uu.v inn ui UAtciMui tttis juui;uit:w,
.". and Shivlev was fnstened in the box
Styer, Henry E., lot 049, s. w. part, nml ,.., ,,,,. 1Iis ,,,. wre
iu iiuiil uu, ianu zau; lot uau, t Dy so
ft. n. w. part, land $30, building $200.
Armstrong, Mnrgaret, lot C50, 43 by
5C ft. s. w. part, land $320, building
Becker, Paulena, lotC50, Gift ft. mid.
part, land $240, building $550.
Elliott, George E., lot G50, 20M ft. e.
end, land $120, building $550; lot G49,
s. e. cli, hnd $10.
Devol, Luther B., lot GIG, 47 1-3 by
90 ft. n. w. part, land $3G0, building
Cunningham, Alice, lot GIG, 45 by 90
ft. n. e. patt, land $340, building $700.
Gerhart, Daniel, lot G15, n. ft, ft.
front 90, land $740, building $1100.
Goodloe, Mary S., lot G15, 45 ft. n. ft
of s. ft, land $340, building $350; lot
I GIG, 45 ft. n. ft of s. ft, land $110.
Gerken, Jesse, lot G15, 45 ft. s. end,
land $340, building $350.
Alcock, Charles T lot G3G, G5 ft. n.
side, land $G50, building $700.
Morse, Lucy M lot C3G, 30 by 90 ft.
s. e. part, land $230, building $1000;
lot 047, 7 by 90 ft. n. e. part, land $50.
Garry, Anna, lot 047, 37 by 90 ft.
mid. part, land $280, ouilding $600.
painted with mucilage nnd excelsior
stuck to them for whiskers. Then,
with his head just showing above the
top of the box, Shivley was borne to
his original destination.
The box was deposited on the front
porch of the young woman's home.
Xot being able to free himself, Shiv
ley waited until his friends in the
house discovered his predicament. It
happened that a junior was calling on
the young woman, and he released
Shivlev nnd escorted him hnir". The
next day the clothing taken from the
j ounf; man was returned to him
tlircurh the ngencv of the jr',!ors,
who hold the secret of who the haers
B. & 0. S-W. RY
rrHliM Arrive t nml lcpurt m Tnlcr
AHUIVE WESTWARD. I)nPi:
3 II m-. Athens. Chlllltotlie, Ml 40 pf.
"" L 'ills nut; nil (Hii is
West, South and s.wna
13 05 p in llelpre, Athens. Chil- 4SOD re
ilcotlie.uuii way stations.
3 llpln llelpre Athens. Chll O SO a n
-s i.ui icotbe. Cincinnati uud
htiuduy Louisville, st LoiiIm
only anil all point wmsi and
IS SO p n Hnlpi-p, Parliersntinr. 1 OO p ni
Clillllcothe, i lnclnnatl
and wu stations.
7 OOptn Bel pro, l'arkers- sopn.
burg. Ihllllcothc Cin
cinnati, Louisville. St.
Louis, Chicago and all
points west, south and
8 SO a m 1'arkersbtirB and Belpre Loca
7 05 pm-Belpre, Parkersbure, in 00 am
Salem. Corn wallls,
and al) way stations.
ij oopni Belpre, Piirherstiurg, 1 05 pm
and New York.
3 11a m rarkersburg. Wash- T, lOp m
In. urn, Haiti more,
Pb'l.'ideluulaand New York.
io lGpm-ParkersburK, Wash- 11 40 pn,
lniiton Baltimore Phil
adelphia, New York,
Boston and all points east.
y 'Dally. tExcept Sunday.
All trains of Marietta District run to Park
.rF..rJt?.rouSl1 tickets to all points In the
United States, Canada and Mexico, with de
tailed Informntlon as to rates routes, sleeping
aiA.ommodat.ons etc., please call on c.
?-,V Payne. Ticket Agent, Marietta, O.
iV !J?N.IDl;.tmKa88enl",r Agt., Marietta, O.
U. I'.MctAKTY. Gen'l Passenger Agent,
CAME BACK IN STYLE.
How n Vnunir West VlritlnlnTi Ite-turill-it
from the Klondike
I4IW ImIi with Money.
"Jimmy" Adams has returned to
Berkeley Springs, W. Vn., from the
Klondike. He ban ulso created n sensa
tion by his hpectncular arrival. When
he left the town three years ago he
went with nothing and on n freight
train. He returned the other day in
a privnte car, hauled by n lensed loco
TOLEDO & OHIO'CENTRALEXTEN-
SION R. R.
Through Parlor and Stooping Car
T. D. DALE, Receiver.
Time Table In Effect May 20, 1900.
motive, and brought with him nearly
'Bennett, Hattie M., lot 647, 30 by 90 $200,000 in gold nnd pnpers represent-
ft. s. e. part, land $270, building $550. I tn mining possessions worth $5,000,-
Eells, Evelyn L., lot 047, 40 ft. mid. i 00 ami prospectively worth ten times
part, land $240, building $550; lot G3G,
40 ft. s. mid. part, land $80.
Eells, Mary J., lot G47, 40 ft. w. end,
ns much. When he was bnck from the
north two years ago he had some gold
and good prospects, but he had not
written home since, nnd no one was
45, land $8G0, building $380.
Tinkham, C. P., lot 652, 45 by 90 ft.
s. w. part, land ?500, building $200.
land $270, building $800; lot G3G, 40 by prepared for his return.
55 ft. s. w. part, land $90, building $400. I At Detroit he tired of ordinary
Styer, Henry E lot G51, ft. front 90, trains nnd took the best nnd big
land $1980, building $1000. Rest car hecou'.d get at $:00a day.eom
Jett. Mary C, lot G52. e. ft, ft. front in nIonB leUurelj- and stopping nt Xi-
11 on 1 1111 oon agara rails anti ."sew lorn. Wlien he
got to Brunswick he leased an engine
to come over the branch line to Berkeley
Rnrinira nt-rivlun' n l,o elnllnn . ! !.
1- ----. . . "I ft"l H...t.nn u w.i. aiuiiuu .Mill-
, Dalt, Sophia B., lot 652, 45 by 90 ft. out a soul in the town expecting him.
n. w. part, land $410, building $900. I He had ten big trunks hauled to his
I Colt, Julia I., lot 617, 40 by 90 ft. n. ! father's bouse and $150,000 gold tnken
e. part, land $520, building $750. j to the bank. A year ago he bought the
I Moore, Nelson, lot 017, 50 by 90 ft. n. .oItl folkf "p, fn n"J 4,he tl,e,r ,n
1 . 1 , r.in 1 . no 01 ft ! l'egve his father 520.C00 to put a house
, . uun, mm. , i ,o, jt "Jimmy" js a little past 22
emi, mm. fisou, miliums f.uuu.
I Shaffer, Charles B.. lot 618, 55 ft.
mid. part, land $1040, building $3200;
lot 017, 55 ft. mid. part, land $340.
I Turner, C. H., lot 61S, 38 ft. s. end,
land $710, building $3000; lot 617, 38 ft.
1 s. end. land $240: lot 035. 33 ft. n. side,
liml JSId Arthur Charollnis, a demented
Ross, Wlnfleld S lot 035, 57 ft. s. ":"" "". .Kuu.ounen mm-
, , , ian i II ii eonnn. w FoIf tIl's week in his lnborntory at
side, land $1430, building $2000; lot Muhol,se , A,gBce He hnu
t C4G, 37 ft. n. side, land $1110. , structed the machine himself. It was
Ranger, Anna, lot G4G, 28 ft. s. w. j nn exnct duplicate of the legal French
' part, land $450; lot 1, 30 ft. n. end, land guillotine, but wns made of costly
, $050, buldlng $2200; lot 2, 10 by 30 ft. woods and finely polished.
n. w. cor., land $100. llle triangular knife had engraved
McCoy, Elizabeth, lot 2, 30 by 80 ft. on. t: "s b!de cut Arthur Charol-
, sn inn.i ir.n hnllil- l!s neck, October, 1000."
It. C I'Ul I, 111 llUlIk U" v. Y'uv -
Stations. No. 3. No. 5.
Lv. Marietta 7.50 a m 2.25 p m
Vincent 8.33 a m 3.00 p m
Cutler 8.51 a m 3.19 p m
Utley 9.15 a m 3.43 p m
Sharpsburg. . . 9.42 a m 3.49 p m
Amesville 9.47 a m 3.54 p m
Ar. Palos 10.20 a m 4.25 p m
Athens 10.53am .... pm
Corning .. ..11.51 am 4.40pm
Lancaster 3.52 p m 7.40 p m
Columbus .. 2.20 p m 7.20 p m
Findlay .. .. 5.00 p m 9.52 p m
Springfield . . 5.34 p m .... p m
Dayton G.20 p m .... p m
Toledo 0.33 p m 11.14 p m
Detroit 8.45 p m 8.05 p m
Cleveland ... .9.25 p m 1.50 p m
Chicago 7.15 p m
Middle-port . .12.40 p m ....
Charleston . ,4:30pm ....
Richmond. . . 8:30am ....
TOWARD MARIETTA. '
Stations. No. 4. No. 6.
Lv. Detroit .. . 9.25 p m ....am
Toledo . ...11.40 jm 7.10 am
Lancaster .. . 7.33 p m 10.10 a m
Findlay .. .. 1.18 a m 8.40 a m
Columbus ... 7.50 a m 12.01 p in
I Charleston 11.40 am
! Middleport 2.20 p m
Athens 3.53 pm
Palos 10.38 a m 4.45 p m
Amesville .. .11.08 a m 5.15 p m
Sharpsburg . 11.13 a m 5.44 p m
Utley 11.19 am 5.50 pm
Cutler 11.43 a m 0.14 p m
Vincent .. ..12.02 p m 6.33 p m
Ar. Marietta ... .12.40 p m 7.15 p in
For further informntlon pjill nn nr
address G. M. Pnvnp Tlplrot Acrnnl-
! Union Depot.
T. D. DALE, Receiver.
Wm. M. MORSE, Superintendent.
H. C. VINCENT, General Passengar
Dcllhernlt- I'li'imratlnim Which n De-
ni e nt oil French Inventor Muilo
to Take Ills Own Life.
Dale, Sophia B., lot 1, 153 ft. s. :U.
land $2980, building $2500; lot 2, i53
ft. s. end, ft. front 90, land $1430.
To accomodate those who are partial
to the uo of atomizers In applying liq
uids into the nasal passages for CA
TARRHAL TROUBLES, the proprle
I tors prepare Cream Balm in liquid
1 form, which will be known as Ely's
Liquid Cream Balm. Price Including
tho spraying tube is 75 cts. Druggists
or by mail. The liquid form embodies
i the medicinal properles of the solid
I preparation. Cream Balm 1 quickly
i absorbed by the membrane and does
not dry up the secretions but changes
them to a natural and neaitny cnar
acter. Ely Brothers, 5G Warren St.,
N. Y. .
Twentieth Century Club Dance.
The members of the Twentieth Cen
tury Club held their first dance of the
season at tho Dig Hall, over Schllch
er's cigar store. This hall has been
engaged by the Club for their glances
this winter and will be the scene of
many a pleasant social dance. The af
fair last evening was one of tho most
enjoyable that tho Club has held for
some time and was enjoyed by the
young peoplo to the fullest extent.
In ths Lyceum Course Montavllle
Flowers will give the first number of
Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," on the
evening of Nov. 8.
Xear the body was found n note
reading: "Distribute my belongings
among the poor. Demolish this guil
lotine. It is intended solely for my
own private use."
Charollais' servants henru an un
familiar elec,trie bell suddenly ring
ing persistently, nnd rushing to nn
swer it discovered with horror n
wriggling, headless body, with blood
pushing in streams from the neck.
The head was in n basket with saw
dust where it had fallen.
The suicide hnd so arranged the
knife that its fall started an electric
EXCITES GREAT INTEREST.
EiikIIhIi Sporting Illooil Aroused Over
ChtilleiiKc of Upton for the
The prospect of another internation
al yacht nice crentes no end of iintict
patian nnd Interest. It is welcomed
as a grateful relief to the tiaglu hap
penings which have marked the just
completed year of Boer warfare. The
spirit of opposition which Sir Thomas
Lipton encountered among some of his
own people Inst year nnd the accusa
tions of self-ndertisement do not np
pear likely to be repeated this time, for
the bona-flde spirit of his sportsman
ship Is becoming generally recognized,
though the bulk of Englishmen ure be
ginning to believe the cup Is in Amer
ica for good.
Tlel.lllK of n Wntcli.
A watch will tick 100,144,000 times
in a year if it Is kept continuously running.
O. & L. K. R. R.
TIME CAJtP IV BFFKCT DEC. 'nd
6 30 am
8 67 am
7 It am
7 4.'. a in
8 C8 a m
9 11 am
11 86 am
2 00 pm
11 so a Ti
I 0 p m
8 18 pm
8 35 p m
1 10 p ra
4 83 pm
6 10 p m
7 so t m
7 00 p m
" Columbus j. ..
7 00 pm
11 16 pm
7 40 am
8 40 am
9 IS am
8 4U am
10 04 a n.
10 40 a m
8 50 n ii,
4 21 p m
i 63 pm
6 S6 p m
6 55 p m
All Trains Dally excont Sunday.
Nos. 70 and 72 make eloee conneotione
'anesvlllo with thel. A O. and Pan Hai.1i
trulit for Colnmbns. nhloc- prt h We
J. HO snroK. General Manager.
C. C. HAHUI80N. uenoral PaseukerAi.
OHIO RIVER RAILROAD.
(Eastern Time )
d7:47 a. m to Wheelimj
10:35 a m tn Npro' Afni-inn..iit.
dl2:45 p. m to Pittsburg and Easl
tu;oi p. ra...wneellng and Int. poinU
5:18 p. m., Ohio Valley Express Pitts
burg and East.
6.12 p. m..Slstersvlllo and Int. points
9.07 p. m., New Martinsville and Int.
S:54 a. m to Parkersburg
11:06 a. m to Parkersburg
1:07 p. ra...Ohlo Valley Express M
Huntington and Ciuclnnatl.
d2:41 p. m to Kenova
4;45 p. in to Pt. Pleasant
d7;09 p. m to Parkersburg
9:50 p. m to Parkersburg
D dally. dally except Sunday.
L. E. CHALENOR
Gen. Pass. Agent.
For Laces, Embroideries, Lace Cur
tains, Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves,
or Underwear, go to 'he Bee Hive, 1U8
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