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a. . ' y I' ll ii 't 'y I. il a- 4 if 'ft: 'it :. It 1 I J 1 u IHK mm (DEMOCRACY. 6 'tr 'r . - -TlfiESDAT; MAY 11, lSSO.'' gape will Soiisensc. The reyortthat tiie Iwhtr elayhwit m lorn wim ' valiso msttjaJ of a trunk ia iuunrieut. " r:Celerv is said IA he k1 forpeivou Jieas. Salary ufuwtf tUnlsAiiJ a 'year. U . pure curt-; J .$. tjWilliain Wilsoa wa GrgrWa who , (hed rtoe. t v and Irttt Ul $10,01X1 esule ft hijt lordir layai' A poor inlker . ami a had .dear are alike; the rn -re you draw iiieiu uut, t.ue wuiae tuey htibuoit. ; ' 'Mike, did yoi ever caich froga?" 'Y"8 aorr." "What flii yon hait wulii?" Baw Vm wtf a BtrckrarT.r A Baltimore wan wai BeverHv bitten aure ausn that t he mule Lad rueuuiali&iu tit 'da hind ted Trying to do business without advr tiainij l" 'ike winking at a trirl in t'ie dark. Y"0 m tv know whatyuu are uu lnp, but nulxnly elce Uoee. The pryer way; check, elander je to d'-apiae it; atunipl Ut overtake and refute i, and it will outrun you, nay, even involve vou Kzchanfji fjT , Tu New Havtiu Roister -eaya'Men who do ut know' how to "iuu a bews )aper a it ought to k, are as scarce as uieu loru wiiu woodcu Ws 'v -i r : i A li'lle irl, who wr t an essay on the c w, managed t a' ate before clo iing that Ue "ow Is t ie ' m'8t ueiul auioial In the world expect leliou." ; 'Dad. if HV inj'jrous to smoke, why don't chimney a get aiok and din V' The oil pantlennn inefelf reu lied that lia wished he had a Irank: strap bandy I ' raw Faw.Jncli., clauua Dosaession of a rtolored roaa wio ecu se fire to anything Ilwi-is on it. Tlia is te. Iaie-t a'ttnnpt to account jfor t' tepen winter; I nice utiva uaiiv io " cvri , btAf aays. 'K tc'ietty, ketch"tty," and digs Ita nhs with a for finger, Ilenea the prevalence of ill-temper in . adab. ', . ,.- - Now tell me candidly,- ars vo SsuU r1" aakwd alawver of Ms cliett,' in the un r goal. Why. do yon MM)ose 'de be fool enough to Sire ypuif IJw'as .lanorentf j g ltj j ."Klnd words can never-die " How bitterly doea a man realise that tenihle truth when he aeea all the kindest words he ever aaw in hi life glaring at him from bis uhlibed letters in a breach of Jrmjse attllr m - f-?' rf v "The Free Preo-iprin's i tou-hing lit tle epWode-on what a .guild's fci(i ,rould The-crrent belief in thie matter -if that it could get a man's rruitache all molaaoes' and or.lk, .-and,aluff j -g-jg The head waiter of a bote! is the chap who comes to irquire how you are gel tirg along, after you have been aerved. Boring the bait boar jou Are -waiting for a waiter he ia bot visible. ,-But freddy, hfw-rcplrt Jprj think f calling auntie etupid?. Go to ber iro mediaulr, and lell her jou are sorry." Freddy ifoea to auntie, and eas, taAnn tie, I am, o sorry you are eq stupid." ' "Why do yon, mane; promises,"; x ' claimed an irate creditor, "if yoa don't expect to; keep them?" "Oh, .cheek!" ehoa'ed the debtor; "why do yo make . gooda when you do not waut to keep tbernT'' Why ia itihat a woman, who ran . not talk for ten roinuUs a, home without asking ahmit'iboijreUf.weii go- to an openiog and cbatter ecridal atid, gossip l r two hours, -w.tbout looking'at a bit of millinery A junior was heard, to remark on a . recent Sunday, after Profesaot had preached an eloquent permon: ('That was a splendid sermon. (Tad! A ' hun dred and eighty single gestures and thir teen doub'e!" M Gentleman to lad-'I fear Uti will be a matt and we ha'u't get in " Lady 'Not ett in ! What do vou mean V There are very few matinees where I liave ev?r fasied to get in, witheraever ance ar. I thia big, shawl pin?' ' Am itcik rnmmnr ttifiv rt naf art) IrtAit mdulgedln a'hoggin'of poteeri,wa ac- eoated by the reviewing general: "What makes your no6e ao-ted?" ' Plaz ver 4onor." , replied Pa4 " :..aJwaya . blush when I spake to a general officer. lie was waching bis neighbor's boy climb a tree, and be had a look of pain' fnl anxiety on bis countenance. "Ar yu afraid tbn Ud will fall and break iiis recK r. was asxea mm. -imo. ce re .plied, "I'me deucedly afraid he wpnt." ( Ha sat beside ber on an old sofa, and one cf tbe wire toils shot up; through the covering, punctured his garment, and went in among tbe nerve and thine s ' Sf be thought be was becoming insane when be jumped sx feet into the invis? Me ether- and -Aelltd. "tb' spring Las come, by Jove! Never condenm your neighbor unheard, however many the accusation acainet bim;-very rtory has two ways f, Ving told,' and justice reqniries that yoq anonia uear lue oeience as wen as the acensation, and remember that the malignity of enemies' may place y ou in a similar position The mysteries of a babe's toflet,V were altogether new to a little lour-yeai-olJ and be carefully watchtd the hathing amd dressing or bis , tittle cousin., When ,fbi little powder box? was. open, and the flogv brush was about to Ie ued under reath the baby'a chin, be, exclaimed Dh, auntyr Mt roe see you salt her r'- "Did von aeli bim anything ?"' gfked the 'proprietor of hia clerk, as the door firmed on tbe retreating form or ,ahpL jwr -WU." laid the clerk, l wanted Mm to lake tnese ooots; ann, you see, they are half-soled " Proprietor falls in a Taint, paspiog for. a glats- of water. Tbe clerk brings bim two The f x-Qleaq ct Naples goes dally to rb Hippodrome'at Paris, and is taking leaaona in circus tncia on norsemck, serveaot throwing talis to ber, . which she catches, going at full gallop and leaning back so that her head aimo-.t touchee'tlfeThorseT,' iaH.Tbe'King rtands'watchUis be Vith innte admira tion. ' . . It is queer bow folks dream. v Tbe other nigtiaoian dreamed be tood at fhe gai of baveif? and! asked PeterHf .the souls or the rich ever got in there "Yes," waa the reply. .It is supposed that the souls of a great many rich peo ple 'bave got- ia; befe. Nil any -or. them are so small we have not .been able ten invent any wav to keep thrra out." ' Arfiini womaii bs a novelty in the way 01 a geranium or me variety cauen aiver r leaf. , Tbe, original plant ' from wbicb the slip is growing is a green leaf -with white edge,, but the slip in question grows a leaf that is pure ' white. There are now six'y fine thrifty leaves, all pure white without one trace or green, and another leaf just " forming, also pure white. It is said; that a geranium baa never been produced with pure white leaves. .Children ' PitclieK's, , . , g i " a- V '- v ; ; ': astona. v;-1 IT IS NOT NARCOTIC. CENTAUR LINIMENTS ; the vTY6rld'a great Pain-Kclic-iuj remedies. They Leal, soothe ami cure Burns.'Vy oundSjIVcak Back and Rheumatism upou Man, and Sprains, Galls, and Lame ness upon Beasts Cheap, quick and reliable. won Il)!44 'BUY, ?The Only Remedy, ITHAT ACTS AT TEE SAJIE HS CIS THE LIVER, ' THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. This combined action aim it wor- derful pouter to cure all diseases. ' Why AreWe Sick? Because w eHoa lAes great organs !te become clogged or torpid,: and 11 poisonous humors are therefore forced U Iuuo vu eiooa mat snoum -oe expeuea naturally. n t tr- BILIOUSNESS, PILES, CONSTIPATION, ISKAES, FE3IAI.R WKAK. - jtEsaES, Aim KKuyovs hv causintrfree action of these ornans I and restoring ilieir power to throw off WtirRntlVr Dlllim MlH and itlinl - Why taraeatea witliPil,Coii8tlntoat Whr rriirhtBM)dOTrdiMirdRd KIdaen I frighteBedorcrd why endsre bttou er sick aeadaebaN Wky haTe aleeplaai aihU I Ut KIDNET WOST end rtjoUe In I htaWL It it O dry, ttgdabU compound and I OMavIUaukeUUoriIedlelBe. L1G it ofyomonmyt, h via order U or ftxt met, biaju.. ; .- r J f ty (WlUodpai4.) BarUnotao, Tt. ' kj - Lf - - -1 t sept30.'79T. 1 anil Lifer Cere. - t I fhnwrlir TYr. fVfrin'K TTirtnni fWi. 1 A wtrotabie p(TfuntHin Ami the only mire rrnipd.r III tn wnrlit lur ltrkl's IJiiaeaar, lllubrtoa. mill A1X Ulu', JLivca, Aati l,rinr.T IMnraK-K. B.-rwltnmin;lHof thahlghest order inpraot Of these M:iunieiitH. B"Kfir ih- chit of minhotcc. call tot War. nrr'tSjlrniKbi'lnCnrr. ' Itrt'For the twre ii itrsshtVi nnl t'ie other dimwes. csul for WiL.'iicr'i &m'u Itldac ami L'vorCiii'r. WARMER'S SAFE BITTERS. It It tUr bst tllood Iiirtflrr.nnl Ftimulftto ever.f fitljul;! lo inure ht-ultmul ACilou, tuid . istliim Wni'fit hi all (llwusen. Il cures Mrrfkfnlomv mid ollirKlEln F!rrm. I tiona and Di-wHes. mcludiu Caaatn, l nt. anl ot her Ntii-m. IvaiM-iMfit. H fil7MMM flkifH Sinmflrh. f!unt4tat(fa. I1zx1imiw. .mral lehil- iiy, eic, iv cuiwi oy iiiexmie Riiien, un unequalnl mm uli Hppetizer hikI regulKr fonto. ' BotLles af I wo aizve ; prK-cs. 50. and 84.W. WARNER'S SAFE NERVINE Quickly gives Rent and K!vf to the aufTcrlnfr, cure II'Ul:iflic nnil Keurnlclat, prevenM Kpileplie ami relleveKrvoaa Pre. tnUiwn brought on by exrwiye drink, over worx.niviuai nt'K3, aua outer raami. v Power Inl mi It Is to stou tmln and soothe din. I tnriMl Nerves. It n.ver iiijiirva the aymeiD. Whether taken In -.mall or lanre doiw. SotUea of two ultes; price., OOn. aud SI.OO. - WARNER'S SAFE PILLS Ar an Immeiliiite and active stimiiliiK for . Torpid ltrr. nnd cure CM tiTn wt. Drpprl, Bil- , loQui.u, siuoua uiur : rkoM., Malaria, JtAier -aa4 Ag, and should t be nsU whenever the ' bfiwals do nol operate-., freely and resalarly. iimml mtr 1'UI. r-olr. Mlrh aull hr Ifc-mnjh rarh. Pri. tH eta. a kei. XI wrmtr krmril are MMk, BnqtHkaBnUa I la HcdMae WTarftt . . H. H.Warner&Co., Prnprietovit, EOCHESTEU. H. T. (TTSnril Ptjaakha nd T.-.llinI.K, mm .!. '41 w. Ask the recovered Dyspeptics. Billions Sufferers,--Vio'ims of ever and 'Ague, the Meronrial Diseased Patient, bow tliey re covered Health.Cheer- fe f . I tint.!,. ...1 tinnA L:f .Xltli'J Appetlte---they -wiU A tell you ny uung Simmons Llrer Kcgulator For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION Janndioe, BiUionst attacks, Sick HaaDAcna, Colic, De pression of Spirits, Sora Stomach, -Heart Burn,&o., IT HAS NO EQUAL- , This unrivaled Southern Remedy ia war ranted not to contain a single partiole of MKKctJBt.or any injurious mineral substance, but is . i PURELY VEGETABLE. . If you, feel drowsy, debHtated, have fre. quent, headaobe, mouthtasttiflfbadtys poor appetite and tongue eoated. yon are anfferitg from torpid liver orbilliousneB8 " and noth ing will enrtj-oa aospeedily and permanently as to' take ..- , Simmons Liver Regulator. ' !t is given with safety and the happiest results to the most delicate infant.' It takes tba plare of quiains and bitters of every kind. It is the cheapest, purest and best family medioine in the world. , J. U.ZEILIiV & CO.. Philadelphia, Pa. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. tl lNoJi6e Xo Teacjiers.r TBS ?oar of Exauiiners ef Honro Couri ty will hold meetings for theexamina tion of Teacher aa follows: Wobdsfield, Saturday, February 14, 1880. ' i March -"' ,; u . a 20, , " r i u April 3, Wooasfleld, .17, Graysvllle. May . it Woodsfleld, These examinations wilt commence at 9 o'clock a. m. and close at 4 p.m. A fee of - 50 cents is required from eaoh ipplicant, as a oondition of examination, and mast be paid in' advance. U ' f: i f. By order of the Board. '- S. SCHOOLCRAFT, Clerk. lanZ7.'B0td. t ": H ! r r ry r -4- NOTICE."' S 0MB three months sines my husband, William Morrow, advertised me as having "left his bed. and board without JnBt eanse or provocation" on his part. ' I wish the public to know that he has never furnished me with bed and board, but on the contrary board myself and : Bad my own bed, and further 1 take ' care of and clothe his infant child without his assistance.' apr20,'80w3, . LYD1A J. MORROW. ... ill ill IWI.IHIIIWMpyywjwIIHIIIWI I I Xii .. ..v.i''V''"i'i t,- M VYsrner's Safs Xidns ii A. L. JIOREISw, . REAL ESTATE AGENT, JERUSALEM MONROE CO.. O. SPECIAL attention paid :to the selling and trading of lartus. and I desire all persons wiping; to' ;seU or trade their property to Band ma their names and address, describing tleir land and property, their lowest naah prioe, and whs ra they . deairo to looata. and I will oome and nee thent, or write, as the case may require, givinjj ttiera all. the information and assistaaea J am able to give. I intend to opvote- my entire aim e and attention to thisbasiness. and will make no charge unless I make a sale for yon. V mean what 1 say, and wish yon to write time at Jernsalem, Mon roe County. Oh o. 1an20'80tf. New York Weekly Herald. DOLLAR A YEAR. T Tbe circulation of th's popular newspaper haa more than trebled during tbe part year. 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This is supplemented by a well edited department, widely copied, under the head of . . l - giving "recipes for practical dlshei, hints for making clothing and for keeping np with the I itest fashions at the lowest price. Every iters of cooking or economy suggested in this department is praotioally tested by ei. ports .before publication ' Letters from Our Paris correspondents on the vary latest (ash ions. The Home Department ot the Wbbklt Herald will save the housewife more than one hundred times the prioe of.the paper. The interests of fA V- S"KTTT!EP LABOR are looked after, and everything relating to mechanics and labor saving is carefully recor. ded. There is a page devoted to all the latest phases of the business markets, Crops, Mer chandise, &c, &o. A valuable feature is found in the specially $ reported prioes and conditions of 'the 's . ' J f V Spobtiso Nsws at home and abroad, to gether with a Ptoet every week, a Sasaoif by some eminent divine,' Litkbart, MusiCAt, Dbaxatio, Pbbsobal and Sba Notes. ' r There is no paper in the world which contains so mooh news matter every week as tha Wbiklt Hbsald, which is sent, postage free, for One Dollar. You can subsoribe at a-y time. rilEXjm lOKR IIEItALD in a weekly form, ' ' - OXE HOLLAR A YEAR Address' 'I?' I 7,'H fr NEW YORK HERALD, Broadway and. Ann street, New York. moh2,'80m3. THRESHING MACHINES. Horse Powers, Portable Engines, Grain Regis ters, Drag Saws and Clover Hul'er Attach, ments manufao'ated at Springfield, Ohio. . The Pitts Oyer Blast Separator with its extra ...... makes it the best Machine In the world. I will guarantee satisfaotiori in every sale,- Customers should hot buy til they see Cuts of this machinery. Send for full description and prices, wbioh is sent free to all who ap ply. 'Agent for Afonroe and South " half of Noble county. Address, -iL. E, STB9N8R, Lewisville, Monroe County, Ohio. & mohl 6,'80m3. a V f r-r J u i t j 1 .vrfl 'itiiiw-vr-K ',f-a IIAIIaIIOADS, i Cleveland and Pittsburgh Railroad. CONDENSED TIME CARD, ' GOING EAST AND WIST. "On and" after Nov. 9.1879,' Hi trains w'ill run daily (except Sunday) as follows r tU 3 Through trains to Pittsburgh." " 1 '''r'"' : 2 Through trains to Cleveland. , '.: ' -r' 2 Through trains to Chicago. k-i f " Pullman's Parlor "Cart between Wellsville and Cleveland. . . , . -"y. Hotel and' Sleeping Cars on all trains be tween Alliance and Chtoage.4'"' " lbavb. Aocom. Bellaire .....6:00am " Bridgeport ..6:10am ' Steubenvilla.7 08am 1 Wellsville ..8:20am Rochester . .-.9.30am Mail. "10:50am 11 60am ll:58am 1:10pm Express. 2:00pm , S:10pm 3:40pm 8.50pm . i 6:40pm ,i 7;45pm . 12:10am 4:00am ,7;40am 9,02am 7,40am 10,35am n 8,35 pm 2.00pm . ABBIVS. PitUburgh .10:35am altoona ....5:55pm ' Hsrrisburg .10:55pm Baltimore .. 7:40am Washington, 9:02am Philadelphia 3.00am ; New York,. 6,00am Boston.. ... 4,U0pm r 3:00pm 9.40pm 2,40am 7:40am 9:02am I 7,00am 9,35am . -. 4,0pm ; ' . .. TO CLEVELAND : , Only 5 Honrs and 25 Minutes! I.BAVB. " ' Bellaire .............. - Acoom. ..6,00am .Express. ' 200pm 2:10pm Bridgeport. ............. 6:10am Bteubenville ". . . . .'. ..... 7:08am Allianoe..'..1 l2:35am : Ravenna '. . . . l?13m ' 8:04pm 5:19pm 5;53pm Hadsoa . . . . . . , . :39am ' '- :20pm Cleveland 2:40am m 7:25pm TO CHICAGO Only 18 Boars! , ' 1BAVB, Bellaire . " " ' Aocom. ...V..".!.fr.;,.'.:00am "' Express. 2:C0pm 2:10pm "; -3:04pm ; a40pm 5,35pm "s 9,0pm " 2,40am " 8,00am Bridgeport, . ,', . . . :. .. 6:10am 8teubenville ...7:08am Yellow Creek.'.'..' . ..i', ..7:50am Alliance .12,35pm Mansfield . . . : .". . . . . 4,40pm Fort Wayne. . .... .lT,55pm Chicago i. V; 6,00am Bteubenville accommodation leaves Bell aire at 4,55 pm, Bridgeport at 5,00, and ar rives at Bteubenville at 6.15 pm. , ,; Leaves Bteubenville at 7,50 a m, Bridgeport at 8.51 a m arrive at Bellaire at f ,05 a m. The Steubenville Accommodation, is addi tion to their regular trip to aid.: from Bteu. benville will make . tbe following trips be tween Bellaire and Martin's Ferry. . . Bridgeport to Martin's Ferry 10.35 a m , . M . .:. i. ; , ...k., 1,05 pm v . Bellaire.. ...... .....11,30 a m 3,45 p m Stopping when required at. Sherman House, tnaville, West Wheeling and Gravel HUL Tickets and baggage ohecks to all princi pal points in the East and West can be pro. cared at the ticket offloe in Bridgeport... r.V.-.;. MYERS, -v- General Passenger & Ticket Agent. Bellaire & Southwestern R. R. TIME TADIK AO. I. IN EFFECT MARCH 21, 1880. , Trains make connection with B. & .t.audC. &P. It. R. trains run daily, Sunday excepted, q TtlAINS GOING WEST. 4 ( Stations: . No. 1, No. 3. . - .(:'';-. Mail&Ao. V .Pass;-'-, . ' ' ' ' A.: h' ' p m. ';. Mass. Lear 6ellatre..6,30 3,80, 0 .outh Bellaire 6.3S P.tts.OoalWkp.6 38 Shady. Side... S.44.. 3,41... 3 ;(Veeee 6,48 . Ambler's 6.51 3,43 ....6 Mapleton 7,01 3,64... 7 'Manafff irTin's.:..;. 74a. -v.. lioo 9 Dnnfee....;.-. ?-..Ji..' ......,...' Bethel . .. A 7S2 .". . .4,1 2 11 . iz n i 1, ,.!,. rff - ripe viriK. . . ....... 1 .......... 7 48. ...... 422 141 n 1.. . Kelsey 8,0. ..... .4.20 la J Becket's . 8 08. ...... 4,38. ....... I?i Arrive 8.36 ' Captina. V ! Leave J S,4l 4,4 1 Armstrong' ....82 .453.... .....21 Alexander .... ' ....... .......... Caldwell's . . f . .9,06 .... i . .6,12 ......... 23 Bright . 1.. .,.,... Crabapple . . v , 9,23 . ...... 5 28, 26 Moore ......... ....... . ......... Beallsville ..... 9,42 ......5.43..,....29i Bntohinson.. .. : ...... -6 b3.. ....... Jernsalem , . ... 1 0.10 ....... ........ 33 Adftir i - a ' (Hark V. 10 4 .... . . 6,12 . . '. .". 85 Schumaker . . . . . 10.42 6,30 .. . . .38 Slim Chance Woodefield .11,20 a. n.,7,35 P. K....42 TRAINS GOING EAST. Stations, No. 2, No. 4. Mail & Ap. Pass. h'ftJ-i P .-.' a M- Woodsfield .J..; ,s. .2.30. ..... . 6,30 U1J1U UU.UUO, ...,,,,, a.i 4chumaker 2,26.. Osark, 2,48.. ...6,80 ...7.10 Adair f Jeruaalem ; ,1s. 2,50 7,22 uutohttison v,3 Beallsville 3,25...... 7,46 Moore Crabapple ........ T 3 ,43 . . V. . . 8,0 1 'Bright 4 l' - Cald well'a .'; , . ; ... .4,00 ...... 8,1 5 Alexander. ... tl.. ... )' Armstrong's ..4.19 8,32 Arrive 4 40 S,41 Captina ....4,4$ .... Leave ...-.i.;-. . . JS .5 . Ii. Becket'a V.XX: Zi.J.tM Kalsey.. 6,08 9,02 Jacobsburg 6,14 ...... 9,1 0 Pips Creek. ' Bethel ...... -.v.r,; . 5,2c ; w . ?. 9.20 lrvin's .5,40 92 Jiahaffy.... Mapleton.. ....... Ml 5,52. .....9,40 Ambler's I . . . . V . '.6,02. . . ... 9,49 Wegee ....... . .......... ..... Shady Side ..6,12.- 9,58 Pitts. Coal Works... ...... South Bellaire..1....',..- Bellaire ..'..' J tS. 2M t. V. j. .10.10 All Stations marked with a itar are Flag Stations', all others are regular, and trains will stop without being flagged. All passing points niust be full-faced figures. BjJ-Nos. 1 And 2 will side track at Captina- -, . ' v- S. L. MOONEY,. President. ; ' 8. M. CtoaaAS General Manager. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CAltD. 1 , EASTBOUNJU. , 5fov. lG,'79.' Past Line; Expreaa. vMixed. Lve Chicago.... 9: 10 am :4U pm Garrett .3:10pm 3:55 am . 4.5am Defiance 4:45 pm 5:27 am 8:50 am Fostoiia......6:40 pm 7.25 am 2:30 pm " Tiffin ':7T.7:09 pm - 7.54 am 3:37 pm Sandusky , ,v 7.-10 pm .7:45 am 10:45 am Monroe villa,.. 8:00 pm 8:30 am 12:25 pm ' Chicago Juno. .8:40 pm .' 9:30 am, 2:10 pm Shelby Jnu...9:l5 pm 10:06 am 3:J2 pm Mansfield ....9:43 pm 10:34am 430 pm Mt. Vernon.. 11:13 pm 12:05 pm 7:40 pm Arr Newark. 12:15 am 1:10 pm 9.25 pm Arr Columbus... 5:20 am 8:10 pm. Aocom. Lve Columbus. 11.00 pm 12:25 pm . - .; Newark...... 12:35 am 1:55 pm 6:05 am Zanesville . . . .1:40 am 3:00 pm 7:13 am . Cambridge.... 2:38 am .4:01 pm 8:14am , Barnesville ...3:35 am ' 6:10 pm 9:18 am Arr Bellaire... ..4:50 am :30 pm 10:40am Wheeling.;;. .5:55 am 7:35 pm ; j -, Washington... 7:10 pm 7:50 am t,; Baltimore..... 8:25 pm 9:00am . Philadelphia.. 3:55 am -1:15 pm ArrNew York,;.. 6,45 am. 4:30pm, ., 1; : Zanesville Accommodation leaves Colum bus dally, exopt Sanday, at 6:l5 pm., aud arrives at Zanesville ,t .8:05 pm. Stopping at all Stations. '". . Mixed Aooommodation leaves Newark at 7.50 anw da'ly, exoept Sunday, and arrives at Bellaire 8)20 pm. Stopping at all Stations. WESTBOUND. Lve New York. . .9.55 pm 8:15 am I Philadelphia. . 1.05 am 11:45 am ., '. . Baltimore!... 710 am ,6:30 pm Camber ; Washington.'. 8:35 am 7:45 pm' ' Acoom. Wheeling ...11:35 pm 0:25 am ' 4:25 pm Bellafre...;, 11:50 pm 8:50 am 4:40 pm 7 Barnesvilte. .12:59 am 10:07 ami 6:87 pm ' Cambridge '. ,1:55 am U.10 am ; 7:05 pm ZanesvUls..i.3:l0 am 12:20 pm 8:25 pm Arr Newark.... 4:1 5 am 1:25 pm. . 9:35 pm Columbus... .5:50 am , 3:10 ptn : Lye Columboa. 11:00 pm 2:25 pm : , , .'Newark...... 4:25 am , 2:10 pm ..1:30 pm Mt Vernon.. 5:24am '3:05 pm 7:40pm Mansfield... .6:50 am 4:30 pm 11:25 pm Shelby ..V...7:l8 Am 4:56 pm . Arr MonroeyiUe. 9:10 am 6:08 pm Sandusky.. . 10:00 am 7:00 pm ?.' Lv Chicago Jun.8:15 am 6:40 pm: .6:20 am Tiffin ..9:12 am - 7:56 pm , 8:20 am . Fostoria......9:35 am 8.34 pm . 9:35 am Defianoe.... 1 1:30 am 10:32 pm 4:45 pm . Garrett 1:25 pm 12:05 am 6:30 am Aw Chioago ...7:05 pm 5;50. ta..., Mixed Aooommodation leaves BELLAIRE daily, except Sunday, at 6:00 am , and arrives at Newark at 4:45 pm, 7 Stopping at all. Sta tions." '"-'' 1 :" '.-- '- Express tralna run daily. Fast Line trains ran dally on Central Ohio Division and Main Line; daily, except Bunday, on Lake Erie and Chioago - Divisions. ;' Aooommodation i trains run daily, exoept Sonday. .. . ; t'Taos. P. Babbt, Western Passenger Agent CinoinnatL ? tu,' ... ;t -..;.vr L. M. Cole, General Tioket' Agent, Balti more. ' ' 1 ' ' : C. Q.-Hunsos, Sup'tO. & C. Divs4 Chicago. JOHIV T. LANE, Passenger Agent, BELLAIRE, OHIO. L, M. FAWCETT, '.t Tioket Agent, BELLAIRE, OHIO. - Fanning rand 'Timber Iiands ;;. for Sale; -? FIVE or six farms and two or three timber lots near Stewart, on the Marietta and Cinoinnati R. R, in Athena County, Ohio. The timber is No. 1 timber and good land. The farms are in good repairs and have good crops "of wheat growing. Tbe land ' is all fresh; and la No.'l tobacco land. ; Good w ter, schools and ohurohes handy; For:-Bale low on reasonable terms. For farther par ticulars enquire of ;'.!:.' ! . , ' . - - J. A. PLUMER, Agent, ' ' moh23,'80. .f t.?;:v ii ...Marietta Ohio, ,. V.. V INSOLVENT NOTICE. ! ON the 6th day of April, 1880, the Probate Court ot Monroe County, Ohio, declared the estate of William Buchanan, deceased, to be probably . insolvent. Creditors are therefore required to. present their o aims against the estate to the undersigned, for allowance, within six months from the time above mentioned, or they will not be entitled to payment. ' a ALEXANDER BUCHANAN, Admr of the estate of Wm. Buohanan, deo'd. aprlSBOwe. " ' D110Q STOKK3. D B U G; STORE; DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, . i' t : DYE STUFF; AND ALL Popular J Paten t Medicines, CiN always be found at J. T. JUDK1N& Dreg Store, at the lowest cash prices PURE WINES 'lAND L1QVORS Fr atediolnal Parposes.may always be found at J..T. JUDKINSV . ,..,tHf . PAlNT8y n? ail coiors.'and In every form," at J. T TUDKINS'Drag Store. I.INXF.Rtt mi.' DYthe Barrel or gallon,' at lowest market I J rates, at J. T. JUDKlNS'Drnir Btore. ' - TBE BEST COAL OIL IN the market also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil Neat's .Foot Oil, Ao &., can be bad at J T. JUDCIN8' at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEADtZ OF B. Fahnestock's brand, which la so Just ly celebrated . for its parity, whiteness and durability, is Just received byJ.T. JUD. KIN3, and will be sold at the lowest cabs PRICES. ' ' '"."'. PERFUMER 7, SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO, SNUFF AND CIOAES, A ND a variety of other artioles belonging L to the Druggist's trade, all of which will be sold as low aa thev oan be afforded. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Cabbvdllt Pbbpabid at all hours of the day ana nigra ...... . j, t. judkikb. , sepSx. ' ; i BOBt POPS..' ......... ........T. .OCASTLB. 1 Tt ."' DRUGS -A5D- ' t ; ,. t e - 4 . f:V GliOCERIIiS. POPE a& C AM TIE " ' ' . - . : : , 4 Have opened in their new room on Cross . a ." Main atreet. . WOODSPJEUD,' OHIO' a well selected stock of Drags, , ; Patent; ; Medicines; PAWTS,OILsiYE HTUFFS, aotlonsi, . .Window- Glass, Putty, Books and Statiomxet, Brush. . . as and PsBroMBRi, Lamps and Tbim, ;t, ,., Miaas. , Also a fnllline of . G R0G E R;I E ,S . -i: ;- - onislstl&g of '' . .' . ' i . '. .:- v , . Teas, Coffees,' Sugars, Rice, , ; t Hominy, Syrups, Spices, CANNED;' " FRUITS, , 1C, ' &C Which they will sell for Cash or Approved Country Produce, as low as they can be bought in the county.' . tteol9,'76i. MERCHANT TAILORS. ; 1879. : 1879. ' . :''' :'-L Ji ?''?; ;:;' : v .;. r-., t ,N ..:.':; . i ; ' ' ' '-! ? ft'...-j"' '-': '! ;' 6 CHARLES LAUENSTEIN; i'i--- iv, i,.fi :ii WEUCUAT TAIL.OK, I t. A !.'i;v,'AIs bamb ia vf o. Gentlemen'sFuiiiisningGoods. - On ' East Side of r Public Sguare.' Two doors North.of Jndkins'Drng Store. -:-.?tfff! WOODSPIBLD, OHIO, WOULD respeotfully inform the oltiaens of Woodslleld.and the pablio generally; that he does a first class . Tailoring -Busiiiess,? a' f'l and will keep on hand -; a carefully selected stook of ; . ;' f- fjlolhs, Caslniere t Testing; f . And is prepared to make olothing ia the latest styles. Also, will ent out suits for persons no desire xo nave mem maae eisewnere. may 20,1878. CHARLES LAUENSTBIN. tu rn.. "PROBATE NOTICE. a CCOUNTs and vonohes have been filed in A. the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio; by the following Administrators and guardians, to wit; ' ',.;..:'': First aud final account of Aflchael and Anna Mary Burkhardt, Administrators of the estate of Thomas Burkhardt, deceased. Third and final aooount of John Yantx, Ad ministrator with the will annexed of the , estate of John Yantx, deceased. First and final account of Daniel Fankhoaser, Administrator with tha will annexed, of the estate of Rudolph Bieber deceased. : ' First and final aooount of Amon Moose, Ad- . ministralor of the estate of John Dough ertv sr., deceased. . First and Anal account of Isaiah Coed, Guar dian of Mary Matilda Coen, a minor. " Sixth poitial aooount of Leonard Jackson, Guardian of John T. Craig, a minor, o Any person interested may file, written exceptions to said aoooanta, or any item there, of, on or before the 22d day of Afay next, when the same will be finally heard and oontinaed from day to day nntll disposed of, R. K. WALTON, . , spr27,'80w3 '. " ' Probate Judye M. CO. a New ; Goods for Fall and Winter, , .l-..,f: .AT .mi ;-' n i i h B jBl M F BJ NO: 209 BELMONT STREET, BELLAIRE, OHIO. ' I hare bow received the largest, Boots Ever brought to tUs city, consisting of Ladies, Misses. Childrens and Infant's Shoes, of the latest style and best quxlity. In ray Sentlemen's and Boys' Department I drfy competition. My Rubber Department Is always found complete- Call early and secure bariains. aa I can save yon 20 per cent by buying my goods. tbepiaoe. HV. ZUa MELMOnT STKEJST, Painicr :& Builder Supply Depot H A;JV E Sj W Its O.Nt & CO,, 1215 Main Street, DSAHB8 P A IN TS, O I L S . FRENCH AND AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS, ; Sasli, Doors, . . Mouldings, Brackets, ' ' ' &c. PLANING M I LLS A N '- ' r ' 432, 434, 433 And A large apd complete stock of Lumber, mui wora er every aesoripuon maae oraeron snort notice, oena lor rriOSB. . . . nov4,'79T. i,!. HANKS, WILSON & CO., 12 IS Main St., Wheeling, W. Va.' - - 1-, -if. i. j.-., U -VV- - , -' . , ,..". .... ' '.' . ' v-f-.'i'"! UA. 3 W.rJ ymtx f '-'!". S '"'-:'...' i ' . . i .-' V w wr v DEALERS IN- ' IBBMIE, GLASS, STEEL," CARPENTER'S TOOLS, '"MINI NGf; & RIFLE POWMCR, Fbonts. Oeatks and Builoekr' Haedwabe of; ail kipds; OLIVES CHILLED and PITTSBURGH PLOWS; Agricultural Implements, Churns.Pnmps . Kope, Twie etc.. TIM.OTHY SEED in seaaoO.i In faot everything " r;yon want, almost,' In the ;.NoSOO Uhiom- Strut, ,.v '- .:t v.t. v ... ,;. oot2i,T0Y. j. . . BI3Ij3Lj A TP.lt?, OHIO. FRESH' ARRIVAL D r y G o 6 d s , Notions, Ho s i e ryj Men's, ; Boys' and y Gliildreii's i'ffiaqy.'MaQe Clotliiiig, HATS and CAPS; at 8. I. 71 1 LI, E It., 3 6. 135 JRelmont Street. Here may be . found . In endless variety every description of Homekeeping and, Family Dry Good. . See thb Pbicbs: Fast Colored Prints S to.7 eta per yard; r ' Bleaobed and Unbleached Mullns 4, 5, 6, 78, 9 and 10 cts per yard; Best' V ' ' ' Ginghams 9 and "10 cts per yard,1 Wash Poplins 6, 8 and 0 cts per yard; f " ; a -.i ' - r Alptoa poplin, ia, 15, 20, 2 eta per yard, Children's Suits from $1 35 ' , V V -m .? -i 4 up; Boys Bolts from $2 SO ap; Youth's SnlU from $1 76 up; n . ;o Men's Suits from. $4 np. Other Goods in proportion, -''j'-! '"o' r; '.." !;, i;;Please call ad be convinced of the truth of thee v . '( . . i.'.-.. S.i . . assertions, as it is no tronble t- show Ooadi-.,,!-v.vi-i.V- rY-T S. I. UILLEBr 135 BELMONT r RETAILING AT WHOLESALE 'rRIUES: v? Oct21.'79T. 4'.. f 'j.'-'?..-!'(" " r-!".'"!'.-;. V t.rfih.-i-.'ftiS' it.-.: :rv,i' i3" ' FURNITURE.. .""'.. l.'i C.-l '-''ii V'v,i; ;...,! -v f:., ..,5' Always in store.. The largest and best seleoted city, whioh I Buy and Sell for Cash, thereby U;W;UE;R;T.A;';K:;I;:G, To which I pay particular attention.- My stook Cloth Caaket. v - ii-::tp. in-v (,ftf Ji? usi- ri All I asicis a Fair Trial and I No 232 Ubiom Street, Tixt Poor to 0Ctai77T. ;: .?. h'j;-''' kit ,;.t .'? ;f,i) '. .-it - ,-"-.i . ONE DOZEN BEST S3 .CARD- PHOTOGRAPHS ONLY II PER DOZEN, do 6 CABINETS," MOTTO FRAMES, ONLY. TWENTY - ' . . :o f'-TiC 1 PIC T.U It E S'; albums;mjtt6es, in' the city, f w-j.5 .i ' is.j ii': Jfiiw:' :";y eiiv:-H-.::a;:o;:;i' . .... v .' . DEALER IN Freiicli & A '. Colored,' Enameled r. ."'' 'c' Paints, Oils, ! Glass and J.Putty,; White and" Red, Lead. Colors, Dry and in Oil, Ttraf in tine, Varnishes, BatrsHEis, French and Amer ican Zino, Mineral, Metallic and Fire Proo Browns, Bed Mixed ". '" v 1 j i r v Paints, all Colors, Sash, Doors and Shutters. .; ; DOORS & GLAZED SASH. ALWAYS ON HAND. .... ; . -' ' ' " ' ' 1 - ' , : . Estimates tor Plate Glass Furnished on Application. Agent for French apriWOTli I 1223 Majaatree Wheeling, W. Va; "' I f n id 7 xaf.rvram ...'.-' 1. ... , ') V: ..... , t U E JtJL S ; r best and most select stook of No trouble to show goods,; Don't forget JM.l,JLJIXJ, UJilU.. . aov4al0T Wheeling, W, Ya., IN , V A R N I S HE S , i a. j D L U M BE R : Y;A RD S; 438 MAIN STBEET. Lath, Shingles, &c, always on hand, ,Planln8 a-'i -'' 'iWar'Wa" .'nkffA u'f tfii-ft ?f2T 'Si-It nil HASUWARS LIU S 1 i .H f lkr .MiJ.t-),:. OF THE .CHEAPEST t.hi'l 'I i.ti STREET BELLAIRE,! OHIO. ,1 K; UNDERTAKING. a ' .-V 7-. ".Jll stock of every grade of Furniture in the enabling ma to offer bpbciai. Baboaiss. , Is triplets, from a plain coffin to a fin -will Guarantee SatisiWtiou, Mater & -Klote, Bellaire, Ohio. " , r . i, i"?t SM.-A riSi'f 1 . tl" ': V -IS- ,'".'1.' fciliWf 1 j. ..... . , . -... , i' n. .. , . ,.,.;, 7i ... jf-; ,$3!s. , do 1 C i,' -y !-. j FIVE CENTS, m ' i'..: S.i-.'. (' .J ix' ';!.u 1. a 3 ;iiJ1-.i if - ;AWE - Ii '5 r n am. 1 II eoes ID) CITLM: Mm T$ :1138:MaIk Street;' Hornbeook's Block. j.-j.-i -.. ti;ii r-r:: ; g;:kplummer.'; , 3 ;! .'..yj Ji- I,' VI f; .Br. "i ' ,i.j.i J C . MI f.;.! .,, JT V'.-i.-l .2: and Fancy Glass, NrmG Aim stjnnpa M I L"LIE1TT" GO 0 D ST I have just received a nice stock of Hats, Bounets, ffT Xaaies' iVeekties, Ribbons, Flowers; and other artioles connect ed with a Millinery Establishment. i9a;ait,owwf Trimiudii tU Latest, V?V iY3tyla$t-pj -:-y Straw Goods bleached and made np. I am determined, to sell cheaper than any ether establishment n Woodsfield, ot In ta , senn Place of business west of the Court Hease Call and examine my etoek.'-; may20,'73. MARY A. GUTHER11. - ' ' - i 'ri .t 1 f F. DlXTRICK, H. R. MUHLXMAK, -1 . President. Secrstmrv. ', 11. Mtnu, Foreman. , PLMIJirr...MILL8 .J-n.v.;..' -:r..--r ani- J. FURNITURE COHPANTi .tvt'$ A f'W.'j;r .(.iA .tv -Pi -4piAtBBs ib " 'v,f.-is:c'.ri Lnmber, 'Lath "and fchingles, il 9: XAarrVACTDBKa a Mwt k,.m r., . ... ,at' Floerl ng.wvatlier.l)ardln g, Frames, Doors, 8ah, SLntters, ' Brackets,MoldinrMrPalioKS, . ?e, Jioxes, and all kitida . ot . I rS . Furnitures 'i , .t - Will take Contracts fcr all Kixis ;i,o f ;b o i L i) uob,,; Dulhlers anrt ' XI cell an I es' Hardware, Coffin Trimmings, Window 'V V Glass of all sites,' Nails of all kinds ? and sites, Painls,Oila.Vanlahea. x-v;' .ti -,Turpentine,WhlteLeadand- ft ra A-ny, repi constantly . I ' . ' . . . .... 11 At BBASCIABLB .' VBicaa. ; ' f - COFFIN 5 MADE TO 'OODtn. Furniture Room on Ferry street; Claringten. Ohio;' wwttmmViiimB. .i t'C-.4 j .?..; . ns-f i .;.,-. tit a cv.rrjl.T. Sw ... JT Li L!-.i.JJ ..BLACKSMITH i'-' iric; ;t Pf?gouJJIaking,wd BladfcHtirj, , '--' : CS'jir A VJ t4-- -," '. . .(. ,:i . ...!. 'M. , .I,ETZEI,TEa, ".-. . .' W O O D 8 Fl :L- ld,s on 10 . ; ; , -TT7B have opened a Wagon Making aad VV Blacksmith 6nop in therFaaadry, Building on the east aide of towa.wherewa' are prepared io manufacture , " , Farm -and Spring 7agon8 Of the latest and best styles. llao, ' will pair wagons and carriages on short notioa. 1 f A.LL VOBK- QUABAUTS JX : '. Wheels and wood-work tor ' wagons IroBsd and iron for wagons and aarriages faralsnoA ; at market rates. " . .. ,. . . ., , . . , . Speoial attention will be given to skooiiif ' horses. .Give as a eaiL .... -r , . ay3,"6T. . M A C, LtTZILTlX 1.1 . i- ( j "iariioi.i. nnnt J,3. :,1f i ;'! i' 'AndlmporterB'of kelest! Scatcli; Granite wd Itslha n:rl!er . JVos. e, s and IO BlxteeBtb t. i vriuxijra,'..; 4 V . ' --- -r- - - ii ' C7A . fine; selwtlen of MONUMZTTA and TABLETS constantly on hand, which will bw. Bold at prices to suit the times. . , 'aprl,7'. .'- I- ,fV' ,'.i' .il. LEGAL NOTICE,; i it JOHN CARPENTER ( minor son of Melissa Carpenter, deceased.) who Is supposed to reside In the SUta or West Virginia, Vot whoso: postoffieo address U nnknown, wiU, take notioa, that , on the 3d dayof April, 1880, William M. Williams lied his petition , In the court of common pleas , of Monrea county, Ohio,' against him and the widow ' and other heirs of John H. 'Willlama, 4o oeased; he objeot and prayer of said petition ' ia to obtatr? partition of about one hnndiwA ' -and forty one aores of land fn aeettona era. teen, seventeen, twenty two and twenty' three, in township three of range tonr. sita. ate in Monroe county; Ohio, bun all the-. real-MUte of Which said JohnHWUliamsf died pelsed, and -on whioh ho resided at thw , time ot hia -death; and to hav the dower estate pf Barah. WilUams, widow of John H WiUiams,decased, in said premises assignee) and set off, to her. :.' " - , -' ' r' B Yon are requlrea ' to' answer said peUtioa' on or before the 6th day of June, 1110.", t1-'- WILUAIf M, WILLIAMS, i By Hunter A Malloryj his Attornays. 1 aprS.'SOt?..! -W '(t . f,,- oVtained for new, inveationa, or for iaprove meats n old onea. Caveats, Trade Marks aaaV ' all patent business promptly attended a''- - YJBiTIO! THAT UAr3CE-V REJECTED may stilL in meat aaam. ti I patented by u Being opposite the U. 8. Pate'- u. BUKi(ia ! bt an wssa usal neaa exclualvely, we can proaare patents in less time than those who are remote froaV. Washington and Who must depend npow thS maila in all transactions with the Patent Office .When. Inventois send model or sketch we make search in the Patent Omce and advWa . to its patentability FHKB ofchabse. Cortea pondence confidential, prioos low, and HO 11 a n ; e c less PATcrrr H ca. TAIKED. "'"'',; - We refer to Hon Postmaster QtfnrllX M. Kby, Kev. F. D, Powbk. to offiekla ia tha U.' 8. Patent Office, and especially to onr clients In . every State of the Union and In Canada. - For' ' speoial references, terms, advice,-&.. address C. A. SlfOtT oVCI.-J : Opposite Patent Offioa, Waahmstoii.lJlCU. ; febO.,; ... , , a week in you own town, . Terms andf $5 outfit roe. Addraao U. HallbttAx Co , Portland, Maine. deot,79r. ft t . Y t : y ' .4. t :' i A .1 :.i . V .. - f i ( i 1 ' ' : i . ! ,' - . " " a i ' I 1 .'1 ' S -. i V '