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And that I had ii glimpso of an Up-to-D:ite, Grandly Assorted
Low in Prico
That comprised everything to make people happy whether they a;e
young or old. That's where yon will have to get your
As I, Poor Old SANTA GLAUS, Am Not In It.
The stock must have been selected by those who know what the
wants of the community are around the Holidays, and I want you to
see it. Don't depend on me this vear. I am going home. You will
find IIUTOIIISON'S BARGAIN STORE, No. 1G9 Front Street, Ma
rietta, Ohio, the placo to get anything you want.
Signed, SANTA GLAUS.
-3sTURN ON THE CATHODE RAYS
s te aavfiswit
SEVEN GREAT SERIALS
Our selection of Holiday Goods will
stand tho test. Every Article filled
through and through with Attractiou,
Merit and Worth.
Pat and Slim pocltetbooUs placed on
an equality, as the I'rices are Low.
Nothing now to hinJer you from
having A MERRY CHRISTMAS, a
you sot the PRESENT you want for
tho PERSON you wisli AT A PRICE
you can afford to pay.
Those- who come early will reap the
Uest, and that with little money.
Our foods are on Display Look at
them, Examine them. Price them. It
will Cost you Nothing Wo cordially
invite you and slvill li-. disappointed if
,you don't come.
DON'T FORGET that our lvffiilar
stocks, such as Dres Goods. Trim
mings, Linens, Woolens such as lioodt,
fascinator., ilmnels Ginghums, Mus
lins, Hosiery, Gloves, Underwear, Mo
tions, Stationery. F.i-a Colored Wash
Silks, Clothing, iln's. Caps, Queens
ware, (Jlavwaiv. Tiniwire, Hardwnie,
Staple Gros'-ries. C.irpoU, Lamps, Portieres-,
Curtains &. are all full of new,
teasonub'e roods, at less price-- than ,
they cm be ut.iinil elsewhere.
Our Confectionery Department is
showing a great variety of toothsome
3wcots. Candies at tie, Oc, Sc and 13e.
Fine Mixed Nuts at lOe lb . Oranges,
Lemons, Uanauas, Cakes, Crackers,
Citron, Figs &c Cleveland Baking
Powder at 39c pound.
Fancy China Uric a Brae
Tho Jewelry stock is at its Best.
Quadruplo Plate Silverware in Tea
Sets, Mugs, Cups, odd pieces Tea Pots,
Sugar Bowls, Butter Dishes, Creamers,
Water Pitchers and nice assorted stock
of Watches which we warrant, and
Clocks. A fine lot of Pins, Rings.
Chains, Bracelets &c. away below any
See Our Largo Double Folder
for 1'u 1 J description of our
A Now Life of Grant by Humlln Garland Th9 first uuthorltatlvo and adequate
Life of Grant ever published, Lavishly lllustratod (Basins lu De.-otnber )
Rudyard KIplltiB's'lrst American serial, 'Captains Courageous.' (llegun la November.)
Robert Louis Stevonson's "St. Ives." The only novel of Stevenson's still unpublished.
(Ueglns In May.)
Chas. A. Dana. "Kecollectlons of Wartime." Mr Dana was for throo of tho most critical
years of the Civil War practically a monibar of Lincoln's Cablnot, an I Is probably better
fitted than any other man living to give an authoritative history of this period from his
recollections and correspondence.
Portraits of Crcnt Americans. Many of thant linpublhthod. In connection with this
series of portraits H is intended to publish special biographical studies under tbo general
title of MAKERS OK THE UNICN from Washington to Lincoln.
Pictures of Palestine Specially taken under the editor's direction.
Etorloo of Advonture. A serial by CON AN DOYLE, In which hu will use his extra
ordinary talent for mystery and Ingenuity which have, In tho "Sherlock Holmes" storle3,
given him a place beside Toe and Gaborlau.
TEN FAMOUS WRITERS
Ian Macluron. All the llctlon that ho will write during the coming year, with tin excep
tion of two contributions to another publication which were engaged from him long ago,
will appear in McCi.unu's Magazine.
Joel Chandler Harris. A series of now animal stories in tho same fleld as tho "Iirer
Kabbit" and the "Little Jtr. Thlmblcflnger" stories.
Rudyai'd Kipling- besides "Captains Courageous," Kipling will contribute to McClure's
allot tho short stories ha will write during the coming yo.ir.
Octavo Thnnot is preparing for tho Magazine a series of short stories lu which the same
characters will appear, although each will bo complete in Itself.
Anthony Hopo Brot Harto Robert Barr
Frank R. Stockton Stanley Woymcn Clark Russol!
will all have stories in McCr.unu's for tho coming year.
Thcso are only a small fraction of the great and important features of McUi.uuc's Mag azini:
for ISO;, tho subscription price of which is only
One Dollar a Year
The new volume begins with November. Subscriptions should start with this number.
The S. S. McClure Co., New York Oily
aKWWOB.il II I I. I CTJCganMTl
Inst received a now stock of Ro'ston
Health Club Book.-,, now on sale, worth
their weight in pold. Holston Health
Fiic.il always in .stock. We claim the
purest and best eutablos at tliu Lowest
Hutchison's Bargain Stor
QUIAJM. A-WVJ. WJ
No, 189 Front Street, Marietta, Ohio.
Store Open Evenings Until Christmas.
CC7ZAnKMUlmn.1UMUrlrWLkK,WVW,)KXMCrSYIJCG,M13A F i HIUVWrUWMW
St. Louis, Dec. 15. Hov. liarada Mc
Kane, pastor of the Hock I'prings M.
11. Luurch, and his wife and six-year-old
son, together with Yainpey Henry
and 1!. W, Everett, friends of tho fam
ily, were poisoned while eating supper
Monday night, and the condition of
Rev. Mr. liarada Mclvanc and Mr.
Everett is critical. An examination
showed that the party was suffering
from n dose of rough on rats, which is
supposed to have been accidentally
mixed with the potatoes while they
were being prepared for the meal by
the wife of the minister at their home,
No. .1020 Caroline street.
Cir '.isi.nvoix, Mich., Dec. 13 Mike
Martin and a man known as "Charley
Theswed," fishermen, at Little island,
six miles south of here, have been miss
ing since featurduy. They came hero
for supplies and left that afternoon
for home. Monday their boat was
found on tho beach with tho supplies
in it. Their shanty on tho island con
tained only a dog, which was left to
guard tl.e premises. Neither man was
Ken. nushucll 1'hiiik Culitu Inrtepi-ml-
(ci.iMisus, O., Dc. 15. Gov. Rush
ncll is overwhelmed with inquiries as
to whether ho favors such recognition
of the Cuban insurgents as would
bring the hostilities in Cuba to an end,
but while ho is heartily in fr.vor of
Cuban independence, lie thinks it
improper for him to take a position in
the matter in anticipation of ;ho na
I Holland tor Collector.
, Za:,t.svili.i:, O., Dec. 15. R. T. Hoi
1 land, a close friend of Congressman
I Van Vorhis, and a prominent repub
lican, announced his candidacy Mon
I Jay for tho position of internal reve
. nuc collector in this district. lie is
i said to stand close to Sherman, and
: prominent politicians Eay he will get
. the nlacc.
Cleveland Is Indorsed.
! Wahrcn, O., Dec. 15. President
' Cleveland's stand regarding the Ar
j menian troubles is given emphatic in
dorsement in a letter sent to Washing
ton Monday embodying resolutions
: passed by the DKciplo church of War-
SIO to $50.
Haiulsomo as- it is in ajijioiiriiiict'. simple in its methods, am! conven
ient to oporatB and carry, must, alter alJ, be judged by its RESULTS.
Tho fact that i doc a wider ranf: of work, and doe.sk bet lei
iiian any other, is hat has placed
Ihe'i'REMO luah in the estimation
of eery practical photographer who
len ho sees it.
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vyjse.flWKtKfiwrjtes i&i t ... .. r
ZZi'- . WiVi.ifflWli'W .KO W.'raVAt?TfJiR H P BltT JAm.1 "
$j$5?3Pi 43 outh St., Rochester, N. Y.
0. N. TEDD1NGHAUS, Celling Agent, Mnriettn, O.
CUT GLASS AND FINE OHINA
What is omte so nioo for UriRIS'nixVS ?
(Jail iu and seo my rare assortment. Alo Dinnor Sets and
Chamber Kots Decorated.
Mrs. C. W. Holz, 28S Front Street
tS5J. L. MASON, PHYSICIAN AND bUR
GUON. Ofllccaua leslilenco .'07 blxth street.
Phono No. 211 Nov ittli-Smos.
Ohio liners to Elliot.
ItRli)Gi:ror.T, 0., Dec. 15. b'ecrotary
Trcasurcr Lewis, of tho United Mine
workers, has pent out a call for the
eighth annual Ohio state convention at
Columbus, December 28.
Torrns Liw Case
Columiius, 0., Dec. 15. The friendly
suit testing the Torrens real estate
transfer law has been filed by Attor
ney Ueneral Monnett in tho Ohio su
Jtritlisdilld'H nauclitrr Killed.
I'Aisif--, Dec. 15. The liaroness Lco-
nino, (laughter of Baron Gustavo do
llothschild, died Monday, as a result
of a fall from her horse while hunting.
IliiRiiiei-r J'Ht.illy Injured.
Coi-fiiiics, 0., Deo. 15. Win. Herder,
of this city, engineer on the Norfolk
& estern road, stepped down upon
the step of a locomotive, as his train
was approaching Franklin Furnace
Monday afternoon, when the step gave
way and throw him to the ground.
The train was running -10 miles an hour
end Herder is fatally injured.
ninth or Nunasor Harry Vt'llllumi.
NkivYoiik, Dec. 10. Harry Williams,
tho well-known ticntrical ianager, is
dead of tuberculosis in Asheville, N. C.
He waG born in Hancock county, 111.
In lfs-l ho camo to New Yorl: and en
tered tho theatrical profession. A
year ago ho bought out "Tho Howery
tiirl." Ho was nho the menager of
Maggio Clino in "On Hroadway."
Private, -film's Trial, itn
Chicaoo, Dec. 15. Tho trial of James
D. Allen, n privato of company A, Fif
teenth infantry, for tho murder of
Daniel M. Call, a fellow private, at
Fort Sheridan last spring, vas fcegun
Tuesday before Judgo Grosaenp in tho
federal court. The work of selecting
a jury wae proceeded with.
' Jlutlluted ltnmln Fouad.
3h oletown, N. Y., Dec. lB.-'-a'he
mutilated body of a man wm found
beside tho Erlo railroad tracks aero
Tuesday morning. On tho rwenttiand
of his hat was written tly natae of
"furbin," CloTtland, 0."
AuiBiT Hiiowk, Plaintiff,
w 3 OUMtntt U to.v, Tjt.fnuiantH
ruraUHiii to tho rimiiunnas of an Order of
sUeltiincd by ttiBCniirt of Oonimrm l'leas of
W UfcMnitUin 'nuaiy, Ohio, unit lo in. directed
acu dellvired I will nnr ut puljlk sal" .a tho
ilonrof tha Y.ilu Ilotjl of dia Oouuij. im hat
unlay tlio I'Jth flay of Doceml.er. r in,
oVIucl: u. in, iho full'wlni; de-i-rJlud ni'ii
It.ilicil goods and ehattcla to wit . -H niti.-n
uhiilrt.. ouuf lock, onolot of s'atlnun'y Biven
b' xc , of tooth picli ono lot of ixilrt paper,
iw.i wlra colt,, one lo.iujfo, Uh-ivh dlnlnjj
chalm. nine dlnlat chulas mib itlinui; lalile
imo led screen, four window screen, Unto
ili.wi bLreeci,, tniei iwrlor rhiJrr., llv purlor
ciirtaliiH, mm lounwe lij.ittivxH. ! iarg.j mat
tiVMjes. out) .-rfee inn. tworoahtlngpaim.ihieo
chopping knives, six bahlntf Jims tuo cnl;o
pjtis, twelve plupaus three meat furlto, nitio
largo spooni-. ouo rl iv.- cutler, two water huclt
etn. four milk bucltoti,, lmi dji, dhbi-N, H.l meat
dlbeii, i-eruntueu sotip bowls, fortv-thr.e ciitu
ilxty-uk.o sancerii, forty-two desert dished,
ililriHan cream pitcher, two fciiiallmiittreHnrs.
two lnattresueH, tlxty-four shoBts, ihroeshcetH,
fniiy-'jvo comforts four MokIb blankeiH. hlx
double blanlietH, flfty-nino iilllows, twenty
on whito l pleads, sixty-four pillow rases,
thirty-four wash bowli, thirty-four pitchers,
one small bed, Mxty-seven yards of inattliiK,
live tubs, one wrluger, onu coolt stove, three
imrlor stoves twj tablet,, ono hltchun table,
ouo meat bloc!., twemy-iive lamtis, u hanging
lamys. live curtains, nliiB table cloths, twenty
six napkins, two curtains, thlrly-lwo towels,
four table coveru, two soup kettles, flvo stew
em, bix spiders, ono chopping bowl, live mid
ding pans, three dish pans, ono coffee not,
eight butler dishes, thlrty-nlue tumblers, tnlr-ty-elght
pio plates, tnelvo sugar bowls, llvo
cake stands, seven syrup cans, four celery
dishes, twenty-six butter chip-j, six. cracker
dishw, eighteen salts and jieppers, four tooth
pick holders, two trays, fltty-two tea spoons,
thirty-live table lmives, thirty-live table forks,
twenty table, spoons, two largo water pitchers,
nlna small water pitchers, carpels in rooms
No. four and thirty, pipo cunaeclloua. coal
buckets, spittoons, slop buckets.
Term i ol sale : cash.
V. P. DVK,
Sheriff of Washington County, Ohio,
J. O IJIIKNAN, Attoruay.
Uec. t'th, ISM,-Swks,
2S5".I. C. Hardy, M, D . office corner Sec
ond and Putnam stroats. Telephone T3. OKlce
hours 9 to 12 and 2 to J.
C2TH V. ITai-tM. D.. Physician and Surgeon.
Oftlco and licsldence No. 310 Tront street. Te
lephone No. Ul. tl.Janl.'DO.
narcIIAS. S. IIAItT, 31. D., offlco and resi'
dence No. "01) Putnam btrect. Telephone 'J'J'J.
Jf'V-Dn. T. S. V7AIIU, Dentist.
Lawlluilding, looms 7 and S.
SS7DH. C. V. DYK, Deatlst, Marietta, Ohio.
Oir.cii ;a.' I'ront frtreet, oor Yi'eV Grocery.
?-i)R. "w. m. iLvm, iiki.tist. oaicc i
Putnam St., betvnn Front and SacoQd.
erjrDri. e r- fduj, uoutist. omce s.u
Pront streut, opposite Soldiers Wonu.ncnt.
jarOR. tt ALI.AOHKn Ulwaws of tho eye
aud fitting of glasses. Law Uullding Putnam
tm-k. M. UAKT, Usr.ti3t. OSli'n over Witt
lig's Jewelry Store, I'ront St. Hours from
3u. m. to Dp. m.
wk&Lfl 'Ss Scrastimjs esous a rell-
v-5; A fir,-. r,nlVl rml"t-r.c
l .w t.w. .j -ij- u
mf 4 rdh cSac'
rXrkL Dr. PEAL'S
Are prompt, safe i:nd certain in result. Tbo psuu
lio (Or. I'entT) ni'cr U'--.p;o!r.t. tient utyvtEii,
A. J. JUC'II AJ'.DS, Marlotla, O.
BAUM'S :-: TOHSOBIAL :-: PALACE
FlecotiKy Hi-fi I Is'J. Tho Finest
Placo in tho City.
Citizen's National Hank Uloek, corner
l'utnam nnd tiecoud streets.
T ii O C lixt It It Ilu!:,L? IliiiiiK.
Kor Christmas and Now Year Hollrtays the
T &0. O Ext It It. will sell oxcurslon.tickets
between all stations on its own line a? one fare
fur the lound trip Deo aitUnnl Mill aud lilst,
isafl aud January 1st, 1837, good returning un
til January ami and to all points lu C.-niral
I'assonger Committee territory at rate of one
and one third first elass llmlt-ed fate for tho
round trip, going limit satno as above, nnd
good relurnlug to nnd inrlwll-g January 1th,
1-117. Students tickets limited until January
Notlco of Appolnimunt.
nstato of Frank M Dulton, Deceased.
Tbo undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the Estate of
l'Yank M. Dalton, late of Washington County,
Dated th' hth day of Peieraber. A T, flu.
Dec tlh-NWkc. D ti 'AiVCMT
'O-TiT " '
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'l will answer any quoslion you may ask it.
NEARLY 600 PAGES, OVER
1,500 TOPICS TREATED.
A COMPLETE statistical and
political hictoryof thi United
States. The results of tho Presi
dential election accurately com
piled. Every fact of value that
human knowledge can require.
A reference library polled down I
No American who wishes to know
his coun'ry can be vithout It.
' Pulitzer Bldg.,
GBO. STKECKL'K. UJ-MlY bTltKtllu
GEO. 8TRECKER & CO.,
Tube Kxpanders. Hjieelal attention given to
repairing Boilers in the oil llelds. Wo oniplo)
none but the best mechanics in tbh liuo.
Give us a trial we hnow we can phase you
Office nnd worlis on West Side.
On account of the Christmas and New Year
(lVA t Hi f 1 M' t.t ! ...Ill .11 . .
fictoujto oil Points" wlth'.n t.ie' OSfliTISS
ir",i0n?: WVti l "". ' "Site ?e for the
;.. i. '.!V .f ""!"?. w,,i ooBoiuano good go-
n ii, i, .i futtuiiuer luionnaiion can
onO,&M y tlc'tet agents or address E. W
(' - tlUU'ilU,
While looking for
Oould you get anything more np
precintivo than a nice
Letter Copying Press
for the office of your friend ?
Wo are just finishing another
lot in Rose Enamel and Gold,
Large, full size goods, and when
presented will give satisfaction
and pleasure to the user, aad re
main in a conspicuous placo to
your credit and remembrance for
years to come.
Glad to have you call and seo
them whether you wish to buy or
Third antl llutlor Sts. Marietta, O
c wjo uMaiitaa
Livery, Feed and
COR. THIRD AND CHURCH STREET
Horses Snptty tho Boy, WeoJc or HoatU.
Prompt AttenUon Qlvan to Funerala.
Carriage can bo ordored to and from all
trains to all parts of tho city. Or
ders by telephone will receive
MARIETTA - - - OHIO
Trains leave Marietta as follows
For Cincinnati, lOilo a m, llt25 p in.
for St. Louis. 10:40 a in lltso p in.
Tor Loulsvlllo. 10:i0 a in, 11:25 n in.
For Parteftburtt, louo a in, 1!:4J a m, 6S
For llelpro, 0:0.i, 10:40, l:M, l:tJ, 11:2S.
p ni, 7:oo p m, ii:'.5 p m.
For Chllllcotho, 10:lo a m, 11:23 n m, 10:to
a ni, tl.co p ra. '
For New York, 4:tu p m, H:25 p in.
Dally. tExcept Sunday.
For detail Information roffardinfi rale
time on connecting linos, sleeping, parlor cars
G. M. Payne, Ticket Agont, D. & O. S. w
ily., Marietta, 6 or
G. IJ. yAnFEL, Assistant General Passoncer
Agont. Cincinnati. Ohio. b
Cleveland & Marietta Hamva, .
GOING SOUi H GOING NOlirn
JaCCh Pfnff'H Ir lllrivri-llnri. rid n.
al60 his Cnltod and Ices. HnoM
NcaDOlltan Ico Cronm that can bo
tnado. Particular nnd tersonnl at.
tantlon Klvon to nervlr.jr um-tlus-rocoptlons,
voddlnitoor uubllc din
nors. JACOE PFaF",
CUAKI.K3 w, kichabjk:.
Attorney at I.ut,
Ollicaon I'ulnain Street, Marleit..
J- Atlornoy at dnv,, ,
Oi'Jco In Liny JSulldinc, Mxrlcitn. "
Attornoy at Law and Kotary Public,
Olilco on Second Street, oppos. le Union Pepot.
t) Attorney and Counselor at Law.
Room 3 Mills Ulocl:, Corner Putnam and
tocond streets. Notary Public.
LOOMIS W. B.
ttorno7 at .'jarfr,
OlUeo East cor. Fiont and Putaeci, Marleci.
X P. WAIlll.
r ltoal E$late nnd Loan Acenv,
L-ooond St., opp. Union Depot. Matlutlu, i
Dil.C. W. KUl)5f.
Office No. 304- r-'ront tStroot,
OppoBlto Soldiers' Monument, tteoldence Ni
BlSifcurthatrc-Jt. Telenhono eoanection,
JODK A, HAMILTON . r Kmn
HAK1JLTCM &. itHAFT,
Office room, 1 Mills lluiidiug, Cor. Putnaiu
and Serond streets.
C.T. O'NPIIX. J. E. AHLDOIIN.
O'KKIM. & A1IL1JOKX,
Attorneys at Law and Notary Public. Col
lections promptly n ado.
Ttoom IS, Colonial llloclt, Marietta, Ohio.
TTYE t FOLLETT,
Attnrn,Tfn n t..
'Oeieo la Law Building. " ' ' Mailetta, u(
Toledo . .
h Ift Pflllnl tk....A
fn 50 OduerU
7 00 Mlr.ol.-Uul.
f7 or, Phillicehorp
17 Woll'a.. 7 ...
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is 25 Oldham1.:.. . '
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L" ".-aujj:, j.h ipaviiii.
MARIETTA S COLUMBUS SHORT LIliE
Toledo & OJiloGentral Ext'n.
Tlnio Tnbloln EfFoct tVJay 24. leso
Cantral Standard Time.
Tho Only Lino out of Marietta with
Through Parlor Car Service Bo-
tweon Marlotta and Columbus.
Leave Marietta. ..
" Tunnel .'
" Utley ."'
. ". Amebvlllo
" Athens ""
No.l. K0.S. He. u
a.m. p. .ii A;i;
Charleston, 7. Va
1 60 A,
Palos 0 12
" Amesvlllo ..;. io ii
irrivo Marlottu 1215
No. 2. No. 4, n 15
A.M. P. u .m
7 15 13 01
M T'aikkTauT . "ir1. ou or nlrcsfl n
clta, O? ' ABCnt' Unlon "OP0. Marl
T. D. DALE. nccelveyiNCENT' G' P & A'
"J!- MOUSE. Superlntoadfut.
?.'. . - Attori'oy at Law,
Office In Law liuilillns.
UNDERWOOD & LUDEY,
Uorneyn At Law.
Corner S'Oud and Putnam Streets
1.001a No. 8, Marietta, Ohio.
Collections promptly attended to.
Q J. UA'J'UAWAV,
O. AJ4Jrnoj' rtt l.axr.
Ovet Leader oaice. Cor. Front and Putnam
WArrz:ii & ouzu'sn.
Physicians and Oursoona,
doors ubovo the Court-boius, Slarlctta, oilo.
rU5T BE 80LD AT OMCE RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
Before buying a vehiclo. don't,
fail to call 011 the inidersifrned. hr
he can save you consi'derablo
money on any purchase.
Half dozen Snrinir Warrons and
Oil Buckboards of Bay's own
maire, also a Jolot liunber wagons
will soil at a bargain.
215-17-l'J Sccouil St. MAHIBTTA, O.
I BUGGIES &
V m ' moUo room for an-
t Oil OtllOr P.nrl.iml In npi-ttrn
hi ton duy3 wu will sell
31 Qi at a liberal discount.
?. rH vr, i 1
-.w.. .ajw... wuumuu. J Im
dpF.ff. Dutton&Son., h
CIS Fourth street.
I EXPSE5S WAGONS f
ZANF.SVILLE & OHIO RIVElf".
T1MK CAP.D IN BFFJICT DEO. 2nd. ISM.
" UOUNU SOUTH.
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7 15 ura
7 43 n m
8 11a 1.1
20 a in
11 25 a iu
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10 25 p ib
11 SO 11 la
a 65 p m
3 68 11 m
4 21 p m
4 53 pm
5 10 p id
D 55 p in
wiL'rrnnln8 JD.ftIIj' except Sunday.
CO. HAintiaoj.fieneral PaesengerAsi
o D.nZ' ?tt"y HxocI,t Sunday.
v JL '., BASn'nM "2 4
'a fr'Ji Si ' WhS?IW. 10 45 iff, . Jf.0
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