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aNTe-wMllllxxersr TJ CLARK - . , ,Kpi constantly oa hand MILLINERY JiOQDS 4 FANCY GOODS, laic War efecd,t pskea ta salt the tlmsa. (AUiwoiCLinttMfaABy "eare will be promptly dona. Please- call and examine $oodajgdJsMa.prlceA,.,, . . , MRS. W. J. CLAK. . fwoW ,'80., t , Weodsfleld, Ohio. . '. v.itc. s,'; .,- - J? wc. MITRING AND HUMMER MILiINpjRY GOODS. 1 aave just received a t nics stock of HnU, ,V JJouueta, Collar, EadieM' Weeklies, Btaeons. Fie wets: aid other 'articles conneot WVltft a aCimnery Establishment. lHa1iitn&Bonnett Trimmed in the Latest Styles. A Straw Goods bleached and nado a a. I am determined to loll cheaper than an other watablis-hmentia Woodaflol4,or in th . oeon- Place, of" basiaesa veal of the Court Hoase Call and examine my stoek. may2aV13. MARY A. GUTHBRIB. mi la . lew. Belkhtral an! raahtoaaUo; inns a Ofc,.T.' ttken, ranaort, Hicaiaia. tntaai tsa A Tacatf, aed aO who are rirad em bp woriu w t. . - - . . i von s wmi RiuiooH nnm nuc ml An too tuaennc from Dyspepsia. Kbemnatsim, ;MJgivc Bolt JUdaep or Liver CompbuBtt, Toaoa dc ciara bp uanc fKU'iUDKiE lotaci yUytntn waatiag turay with Coorumptioo, FcaakH wv on or - cdkh jh wui nna am retM. na rAKn wmccb ionic r 'JUdtfram Girfrr, Bachit, Mandnke, Stillintul Liad man ocheroi tlwbal ncdicincaknowa : k k UwJ VBcat Haalth and Snqitth Rtituni o imA Cm ta-A rpenoru tutten, tMocca olljinjer and other loea La h nnrer ir.toncmtn. and Cure. DniakrniKn. - V Ik Baa 8T4 Biadrtdi ef Lire J It Bar ' C Bep a jod ir $ i loots of your drusESt. and be tmti roar signature ia on the outside WTmpuer. HixcoxeVi T Tilran'n Rcmora DmdrafL ,Tke Beet amd Sort Beoaoaiieal Balr Prawlaf. are beneficial to the .1 r Aura hais isauam - , j j OMralhmtiMBmaf FaaWMak ' to tSayoaddul color; aadlaraMadtoatop&Ilisaf the hair. SU if Kt jorft. ' -all o CARTER'S IO -liitleflerve Pills, NERVOUS and lOlPJSPEPTIC Ci.'jTtTcrj-ncraciii rrra.Ti-;14irT Carter"! UttUv Xierrc ruu, wliic.i ere loads tpcaail for thoea yrha ratr fron Ncrvousnet. SleepleacneH, Dyspepsia, indirt-stinn. cVc Tby sorr he used ' Headache, veak Stoanach, , (lone or ia combiaation with Carter v Little CARTtHMLDiaNCa,NowYork. r.'k ..ROADS. ajaPPSED TIME CARD, ,t fBt-e.i-"iir-Tn .t.Kiu .fl01!ta,IAIT ARD T5T8T. ty. t On ndi after No..7. 1880, all trains will mn daily (exoept Sunday) as follows: S Through trains to Pittsburgh. 2 Throngb trains to Cleveland. 2 Through trains to Chioago. ' -- Pullman's Parlor Cars between Wellsville ' nd Cleveland. Hotel, and Bleeping Cart on all trains be , twren Alliance and Chioago., Lsavs. Accoin. . Mail. ..Express BeJIaa ,s. .:66am, 10:60am ' 1:55pm BHSfM J.fcoW,U'J0 i. :05pnt VUabenviia.7 04anv H:57aia 3:01pm Wellsville ..6(10aoj li30pm 6 50pm Boohester ... 9.15am 3 25pm 6:40pm ifcl.yt. -- Pittsburgh .lP:20am 3:25pm 7;45pm Altoona .... 8.45pm lt:20m fi'tflriarlsbarf .. 12.5Sam 4:10am .Baltimore.. 7:30ara 7;30am A Washington, " " " 9:02am ' 9,02am Philadelphia 4,15am' 7,40am ""New York.. '" 6.55am 10,35am ' Boston, sv.- 4,40pm 6,1 0pm TO CLETILAND 6 Honrs and 25 Minutest "Only . Laava. jr:-, ; S Aceojau ellalre ............... 6,55am Bridgeport...... 6:05am fteobeopllld ., 7:04am ( AlHaaeei.i, ....... .,1:00pm Ravenna l40pm riudson 2.09pm , rertanr,. f. ; . . .; .., 3: 1 6 pm iizpresi, 1,55pm 2:05pm 3:0 lpm 5:19pm 53pm :2tm 7.-25 p TO CHICAGO Only 18 Hours! LRava. . . ' Acoom. Express. 1:55pm 1:03pm 3:01pm 8.48 pm 6,35pm 9,20pm 2,40am 8,00am Bellaire.. 6:55am Bridgeport .. ............ 6;05am Steuben ville 7:04am yellow Creek jAlliftoee.'. 1.20pm - Mansfiell 5,40pm Fort Wayne. 1208am Chicago .............. 6.00am bteubenville' aoeommodation leaves Bell - aire at 4 45 pm, Bridgeport at 5,00, and ar rives atSteubenville it'tfii pnu : rLevs SteubeuviUe at 7,50 a m, Bridgeport ' at 8.52 a m arrive at Bellaire at 9,05 a m. i Tickets ean be purchased y to all points -. In. the far West at the lowest possible rates, 'ar. well as the Fast, and baggage checked to c'eatiPfttion. . For qll particulars, maps, ate., apply to M. Gordon, Ticket Agent C. & P.'R. R., Bellaire, Ohio. 7 ' ' '. .-.4 .o:'-- :v, : :B.A.F0SD, r - General Passenger A Ticket Agent. . .,I011N TH0KA8, Qeniral pspsrlaUndent. 1 "!0AIITEB'S- . ; . sa- Majnl-inr KUs. and ia cither case will five most . "i ricsipt fKd tatcful rel cf. Dyspepsia aukea L Tgl yot-Kctvoua, and Kerrouaneta malice yxt py2 I I PVCS either sanercndct poo; miserable, ao4 I ttiosefttle f Hls'core tet!i.- v " v ''; j - r a;nqsj jrsptfc VSsii-b PpKSfr Of feat by i, avail. ,tl f , , ir ii i Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. l i i t , TIME CAltD. EASTBOUNlJ-Pcc 10, 1880. i a o s I i o PM 4:5 6 ' S5H. Alt ta u P o 8" S f S . 2 Leave "U 7:50 pm t.30 4:25 n n Chicago . , Garrett........ 9 35 Defiance . . . 1 1.02 , . Fosloila l2:50 6:59 7.35 7:3$ 7:)0 8:25 7:00 9:29 9:55 Tiffin . ..... ..1.J5 . Sandusky Monroe villa.... Chicago Juno.. '.2:1 5 Shelby Jnue.... 2:40 10:00 9:35 Mansfield 3:01 10:28 99 PHI ' Mt, Vernon.... 4:09 12:05 11:25 am - Art Newark... 4:55 1.10 12:20 Arr Columbus.. 6:10 3:30 6:10 .,, j .". :. pm ' . Lto Columbus. 11.00 12:25 am Newark 5:6. 1:35 ZaneTillo.;V.t.5:S9 2:27. ' Cambridge.... 6:52 3:29 . BarneBTille.... 7:47 4.15 ax pm 3,30 4:20 5:15 6:29 7,32 8:42 10:05 6.05 Bellairo 8:45 6,JO Wheeling 8:40 5:05 ArriTe ! -m tj Washington.... 9,45 -6,30 -; ' Baltimore 11:05 7,49 Philadelphia...3:0S 1.15 New Tork ., . . ; 8.40 4:00 . , t WESTBOUND. H o s - t j 3 Leare-. pm am pm 11.30 2:15 New York... ::7:0 Philadelphia;. 9;35 Baltimore-.... l:4r 9;30 WathingtonCtyl:50 M:40 pm am pm Wheeling....; 1:30 9:15 H.-rS BeUair......S:19 i0:09 11:50 BaraesvUlo ...3,10 11,05 1:02 Cambridge.... 4.04 13,03 2:07 Zaneiyille.....5,0 1:03 3:23 Arr Newark.., .6:00 2:00 4:30 . am 6,20 7 35 9:15 i Colombo!... 7:40 3,3 6.10 Lto Colnmbni .4,20 12:25 3,30 Newark UJ.... 6:50 2:?0 4:45 Ht Vernon.... 7:11 311 5 62 Mamfleld.. ...8:33 4:33 7:21 Shelby Jano... 89 4,57 7:48 . Arr Monroeyillo 6:08 9:19 Sandusky...... .-7:00 10,00 Lye Chi Jun... 9:40 9:05 Tiffla......, 10:48 10:00 - Foetoriar.... 11.22 10;28 :l ant pa DeJanoe 1.38 12:25 Garrett 3:30 2:10 An Chicago... 8;59 8.9.0 Note on Bnnninif; of Trains. EAST BOUMU New York Vast Line dally, entire train, rani through - from Chicago to New York.'. Sleeperi attached. Pay Ezpreii daily, except innday. . New ' York Mail, daily. Sleeping Car, Sandusky to Grafton. WXST BOUND Chioego Fast Line daily, entire train runs through from New York to Chicago. Sleepers attached. Chicago -IKxprets runs daily on C. O. and L. B. Dirlsiona. Chioago Mail runs dally on main line.andCO,DiUlcn; .on other dlyiBlons daily, except Bnnday.- Bleeping Car. Grafton 8anduiy. All other traini daily, except Sunday, C H. Bosaoa, SnpH Trans. O.D1t, Chioago W. t. SEPPXRT, rasa. Aft, Columbus. L. M. Colx, General Ticket Agent, BaltU more. j l C.XQRD Gan. Pats. Agt, Baltimore, Bellaire & Southwestern R. B. TIME TABLE. TAKE EJFECT 12M., Jnly ! 1880. Trains make connection with the B. A 0. and CAP. Railroads, also,' with Capt. Lu kenal steamboat, "Pros Ellison," for Wheel- rag, r Trains ran dally, Sunday excepted. -, TRAINS GOING EAST. Liatbs. No. 2, No. 4 PH. A M WoodsSeld 120 6 30 OiirlcJ i. .17., . i i.24. ... . .7,06 . bA m mm. jerwnaien ....... .. ,4,zz... ... 4,io HnUhinson'a.,..... ......7,26 Beallsvlllo 4.. . . ;. . . . Ji . . ,f.f,4. .'. , . .75 Crabapple 8,06 ...... 7,48 Caldwell's...... ......... ...3,25. .....8,00 Armstrong's MilU .......... .3,87 ...... 8.15 Captlna ..3,5 ....8,26 Becket'a... , - , .8,37 KeUry's,,..., 4,20 8,45 JacobsburgJ...,..,. ....... ..4 30... ...8,50 Bthl ( 44ts a 9.02 lrrin's 49 9,15 Mapleton.. 5,12 9,24 isuuero. . . . .. w . . .5,24. rr.. . .9,32 Shady 8lde.f.-.'.Vr;; j . .T:.55;f.; :. .9.38 Bellaire (arrive) 5,60 9,50 "TRAINS GOING WEST. Lbatis. No.1. No. ftf lot li u ;.;: a. j. ' f Bellairo 7,10 3,30 Shady Side. ...7,25 3,42 AmblerV. .V. J...;.:.... ..7,32.;. ..V.3,50 Mapleton .7,42 .3,65 Irwin's 7,64 4.03 Bethel 8,29 4.17 Jacobstnrg .......8 35. ...'...4,30 Celsey's.. ....8,45. ...... 4,S Becket's . . . . . . . ...........905...... .4,47 Captlna ; .... .9,20 5,00 Armstrocg's Mills... 9,35 5,0 Caldwell's 9,47 6,20 Crabapple 19,05 6 32 Beallsville 10,16 6,45 Hntohinson's ...... 5,53 Jerusalem 10,30 6,01 Oirk 10.60 6,11 Woods field (arrive) 1 1,30 60 I- x -. -H.lt. HUONBY, President. S. M. Coeaaas General Manager. STOVBS AND TINWARE. SIRS. 0. 0. ALEXANDER OBALBB II The Celebrated Arlington ABO OTIER COOK STOTO Keeps on hand H e a t i n s Stoves And all kinds f Tin, fppcr and Sheet Iron Warp, Also, Agent for Garry Iron Roofing. JSpouting and Repairing : do4 on sAorf ;. -. -- r:. v - notice. : Everything at Wheeling Prices, or v iiess. . West side of Mahs street, 2 doors North of Brarvoffioe. K WOODSriELD. ORlOt ieptH;73f . -)THB( - ' Chicago ? & North-Western B. -A. I "L, W A. -5T Is the OLDEST! BEST CONSTRUCTED! BEST EQUIPPEDl andhenoetho Leading- Railway OP TUB WEST AND NORTHWEST! It Is the short and best route between Chi eago and all points In Northern Illinois, Iowa, Dnkof a wyomlnr, SebraNka. California Orexon, Arizona, 9Jtah. Colorado. Idano, Montana, nTevada, and for Council J3Iu1Tm, Omaha, DEKVER, LEADVILLE. Salt Lake, San Francisco DEAD WOOD, SIOUX CITT, Cedar Rapids, Des Moines, Columbus, and all Points in the Territories ,and the. West. Also, tor Milwaukee, Green Bay, Oshkosh, Sheboy. gan, Afaiqaette, Fond da Lao, Watortown, Houghton. Neenah, Afonasha,' 8L Paul, Min neapolis, Huron, Volga, Fargo, Bitmarok. Winona. LaCrosse, Owatonna, and all points in if innesota, Dakota, Wisconsin , and the Northwest. .. . At Conncil Bluffs the Trains of the Chioago and Northwestern and the U. P. R'ys depart from, arrive at and use the same Joint Union Depot ' At Chioago. close connections are made with the Lake Shore, Afiohigan Central, Bal timore and Ohio, Ft. Wayne and Pennsylva nia, and Chicago and Grand Trunk R'ys, and the Kankakee and Pan Handle Routes. Close connections made atunotion Points. If Is the OXLT LIKE running BETWEEN hicago and Council Bluffs. PulImanSleepers onallNishtTralns Insist upon Tloket Agents selling yon Tiokets via this road. Examine your Tioketa and refuse to bay if they do not read over the Chicago & Northwestern Railway. If yon wish the best Traveling Aooommo dations yon, will buy your Tickets by this rente, (STAND WILL TAKE NONE OTHER. All Ticket Agents sell Tiokets by this Line. MART I!? HUG II ITT, 2d V. P. & General Afanager, Chicago. apr5,'8l. J. S. RHODES & CO. ISTEmXTST" SPRING STOCK. w E have received our new Spring Stock. consisting of everything usually fonnd in a first-class Dry Goods store, sunh as oars Is, We have not space to menMon all the bargains we have, bat the following will con vince yon that you can save money by pur chasing your goods of as: 4 Cashmeres Worth 40c We Sell ror 31c. , Twilled Debeges, in Modes and Browns, wis sell at lOe. 4-4 fine Brown Afuslin. worth So, we sell at 60, and good fast colored prints we sell at 5o. We are also agents for Haysvllle Carpet Chain, the best In the oountry. th: St. John Sewing Machine, whioh has no equal. Broadhead Dress Goods whioh . will, wash and Iron and do up like mnsiln-, and the eaiar Patterns, whioh give the best satisfaction of any patterns in the market. . . J. S. RHODES & CO. 1152 and 1154 Main street, Wheeling, W, Ya. MRS. LYDIA E. PIMKHAM OF LYNN, MASS. StSCOVXBBB OT LYDIA E. PINKHAr.rO VE5ETABLS COMPOUND. TkePoslthreCure 'V'; Tor all Pemale Complaints. &Uprnratkn, aa its name atgnlflea; ewialati ef Vsat)(i PropcrtiM that an harmjeaa to the Boet dri lease loTalld. Upoo one trial the merit of this Oova pooad wis be reongnlanfl, aa relief ia f"i-rr11it aad when Ha aae h eontlnaed, fa ninety-Bine eaae tn a aw. dred, aparaeaeBaonnkeffecSeoaaaaaaaadi wlU tUy. On aooonnt rflteproTenmerlta,!tleto-Iaj-r evasinsanoedandpraierlbedby toe beat rAyHris la tkeaeawsry. H Ol enra entlraly the wont form of falttaf of tke u tenia, Leacorrboaa, Irregolar aad patafe ManatriieloeL,ajlOTarlaaTraable, Tlrm aad tTVMrmtlon, floodlit all DlsplacmMtita aad Urn eosv agqaaait eplnal wre rnraa, ead la eepedaUy ailaitod to flMCbanee of Ufa, It will diaaolre and expel tauaor from the sterns tn an earij st&g. of daralopmect. Ike aandeocy to cancenxu bomora iher. la f wj peedflybyttaaae. - ia smc It baa proved be the (raa. eM and best remedy that ha ar baaa dleiMnai d. Upamealaee.asyportl(oftheayrtw,Bd-tTM BwUfeaadTore It remorea falnTneaa,atnlBey, de. troys an erarttif f or ttnmlaat, aadrUTwMkaaas ef the rtomach It eoree BJoatlnf , Beedaehct, Kerrooa rVotcraMe 6kerairablUty.8leepleaBneaa, Oepraaaioa and IndS teetlon. That feellac o bearing down, eaoalnc paca, weight and barlrafhe, la alwmya permamtitly eared by Its use. It 'llrTTttrrn rnflnnrfru an rliiiniaieaa eea. act In karsaony with the law that corerna th! female system. . . For Kidney Complaint of ettber en thla compound leonannmd. v Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound la prepared at tn and SSS Western Aram, tevn, aaa. lh4oesiM.-8iabottlestoras.es. BentbyiraUtntha form of pill, aiao In the form of Loaengee, on reeelpe of pries, S1.00, per box, for ettber. lb. FTKEHAlt - freslyanawsri all letters of inquiry, Oand f or pasa phlet Addraaa aa aboro . thutiim VUt paper. KoCasnlly should be without LYDIA K. FIMKHA1P LTVEBPXLLa, They cure Oonetlpatkm, BUlouaDeem, Hd TorpieMty of the Lirar. ltoanepsrbaa JOD9I D. PARK V SOIV, General ACCDt. Cincinnati, Ohio. J.T.JUDHIKS&POl'E A CASTLE, Druggists, Agents at Woodafield, Ohio juneSf9,'80i.. . i .. , .' rHE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. IJJL' 1. ..I - L TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1881. LESION FOR SMALLPOX. Pleasant Specific Discovered by an Ironton Physician. I was taken sick April 14 with what I supposed was a severe cold, having bad my hair slilnglea me cay previous. Friday-, 15th, I was quite feverish, with severe pain in bead and back. Saturday, 16th. I was no better, ounaay, lever somewhat reduced, I presume by the aid of aconite, which bad been admin istered to me by Drs. Morris and Dunn : eruDtioo very indistiuct underneath the skin. Monday morning, 18tu, eruption un mistakably that of smallpox. Tuesday morning, eruption very abundant, crop increasing in size and number Wednes day raorninp, a very dense crop all over the face, forehead, scalp ol bead, neck, and soles of the feet. Upon the hands arm?, legs, and body they were pretty evenly distributed, but not so closely packed as upon the above mentioned parts. By evening I was suffering in tensely from those upon the scalp. By half past ten the pain was almost in tolerable.. Aly nurse bad retired and was sound asleep in bed behind me. My feet were so tender that I dare not let them touch the footboard of the bed. My bead I conld not suffer to lie upon the pillow, I lay, raised up on my el bow, my neck resting on my hand. I hod by this time become so nervons I dare not shut my eyes for fear of see ing unpleasant visions. Pulse about 90 I had upon the table .at the bed side a pitcher of water and a drink ing glass, a box of seidlila powders and one ounce or cnioraie of potash in crystals. I had also at my bedside a paper of lemons and one of oranges. These were all -the agents within my reach. I recollected that lemon juice in suffi cient quantity was a sedative and would ower the heart s action, and by so do ing might relieve me of those uplcasant visions. I therefore squeezed all the nice I possibly could out of one of the emons into the glass, to which 1 added about two tablespoons of water, and drank it. I then opened the rind and sucked the balance of the juice. In about twenty minutes I ' took another emon, and used it in the same manner. In a short time I felt very cold,1' as if I were' lying in close proximity to a large mass of snow or ice. My pulse bad dropped to sixty. I shut my eyes to see if the unpleasant visions were gone I nut only found they were gone, but by placing my hand upon my bead I louna tuo pox on my head had gone also. My head was bathed with grumouslike fluid, which had exuded from the pox. It stained the napkin had applied to wipe it off. It seemed as it each bad given up its contents and wi.ted down to a level with the surface. The same bad taken place with those upon my face. My beard was glued together with the same kind of fluid Those upon my neck had not bursted, but had shrunk away and diminished in size considerably. I laid down and slept two hours comfortably. I awoke, I presume from cold, although I had plenty of cover npon me and the fire was still burning in the grate. I felt so wen pieasea mat l iook a mile more lemon jnice. I kept my pulse at from sixty to sixty-seven for thirty six hours, when all eruptions and elevations had disappeared ftom my skin. I then bid good by to lemun juice and smallpox bo strongly am I convinced of the power of lemon juice to abort any and every case of smallpox, if administered as I administered it to myself, that look npon it as a specific of as much certainty and power as quinine is in intermittent fever. I therefore publish my experiment, hoping every physician baying, a case of smallpox will give it a rair trial and report the result to me. James Moore, Surgeon, M. D Ironton, O., April 25, 1881. ' ' A Girl Should Learn To sew. To cook. ' To mend. To be gentle. i To value time. To dress neatly. To keep a secret. To mind the baby. " To avoid idleness. ..' To be self-reliant. . . To darn stockings. To respect old age. To catch a husband. ' To bold their tongue. : r ' ' To make good bread. . . To keep a house tidy. To be above gossiping. To humor a cross man. ; To control their temper. To take care of the sick. . .. To make a home happy.' -To sweep down the cobwebs. To marry a man for his worth. To be a help-mate to a husband. -To keep clear of fl ish literature. To take plenty of active exeraise. To read some books besides novels. To see a mouso without screaming, To be light hearted and fleet footed. To wear shoes that won't cramp her feet. To get ia a mother in-law's good graces. . , . 1f To give poodles the second place io her heart. (,: , To be a womanly woman under all circumstances. To use no cosmetics but soap, water, and fresh air. To be polite to all people at all times and in all places. ' . ? . To live on more healthful diet than cake and confections. i To distinguish a suit of clothes from the man who wears them. To respect herself that she may know how to win respect from others. To know the worth of her heart and hand and not give them away too easily. To be mistress of some lucrative branch of industry if she is to depend on ner own exertions lor a living. To hH.k on a man as a creature with a neaa ana neari, ana not as a mere machine to turn out so many dollars a day id keep a woman in all the solid comfoits of life.Ierre Haute Mail. When children are restless at night, crying out in tberr sleep, and awaking frightened, Demo's Worm Strop will give immediate relief, and insure Found sleep. . Follow with three or four doses next day, and a cure will be effected.- ALICE CARY'S SWEETEST TOEM Among the beautiful pictures ; n ; That hang on memory's wall, Is one of a dim old forest, That seemeth best of all; ! " ' Net for its gnarled oaks olden, : " Dark with the mistletoe; ' Not for the violets golden That sprinkle the vale below; Not for the milk-white lilies That lean from the fragrant hedge; Nor for the vines on the upland, Where the bright red berries rest; Nor the pink, nor the pale sweet oowslips. It seemed to me the best. ' I once had a little brother With eyes that wore dark and deep In the lap of that oldeu forest, He lieth in peace asleep. Light as the down on the thistle, Free as the winds that blow, We roved there the beautiful summers The summers of long ago. But his feet on the hills grew weary, And one of the autumn days, I made for my little brother A bed of the yellow leaves. Sweetly his pale arms folded My neck in sweet embrace As the light of immortal beauty ' Silent covered his face; And when the arrows of sunset Lodged in tho tree tops bright, He fell, in his saint-like beauty, Asleep in the gates of light; Therefore, of all the pictures, That hang on memory's wall. The one of the dim old forest Seemeth the best of alL CONVERSING ACROSS THE SEA. The Wonderg of the Electrophone and its rooaule ttesults. London,- May 7. The Paris corres pondent of the Daily Telegraph sends the following account of the latest sci entitle sensation : "A remarkably interesting experiment has just been made at Calais and Dover between " which place a conversation has been kept up viva voce by means of new kind of telephone, which has been patented under the name of electrophone Not only were the words whispered into the apparatus at Calais distinctly heard at Dover, and of course vice versa, but the listener at one end was perfectly wel able to distinguish by tbe mere tones of the voice tbe person who was speaking at tbe other end. OB3TACLE3 OVERCOME. ' "The scientific specialities present were astonished at tbe difficulties successfully overcome in the enormous condensation produced by the metallic covering which protects the cable and in the induction caused by the simultaneous passage of telegraphic dispatches along other wires of the cable. It should be observed that while the human voice was being trans mitted through one- of tbe wires, the other wires were being employed for tbe transmission of ordinary telegraphic messages.' Moreover, the experiments were conducted between tbe hours of 10 and 4, that is, in' tbe busiest part of the day, when the wires are in unceasing rc quisilion. FREE CONVERSE. "The voice of the speaker was distinct ly beaid as soon as the wires were joined to the apparatus, and conversations were cariied on without .interruption in the presence of Sir James Carmichael.Cbair man of the submarine telegraph compa ny; Mr. Sabine, Mr. Despointes and other competent specialists. Experi ments with the same apparatus were then continued with tbe same results, and in the midst of the confusion produced by tbe simultaneous working of several ma chines at the London terminal station tbe voice of the speaker was heard as plainly as though he had been in tbe same room. WONDERFUL RESULTS. "There can be no longer any doubt that it is perfectly practicable to converse across or rather under the sea by means of any submarine cable, and the success of the experiment opens up vistas of the possibilities of rapid communication that a few years ago would have belong ed to the realms of dreamland alone. The inventor maintains that it is just as easy to talk across the Atlantic as from one room to another, and he has suc ceeded so well in the first practical illus tration of his apparatus that one. is scarcely justified in doubting his asser tion that be has found out a system by which words spoken from the other side of the ocean can be fixed on their arrival here and treasured up for further use." . FACTS. . . Those contemplating a trip westward will certainly do well to carefully con suit the time tables of the Baltimore and Ohio road. Its celebrated fast trains, its sure connections, and rates always as low as the lowest, make it beyond all controversy the best line west. Colo mats are carried in first class cars on fast trains, and every possible care is taken to insure aomfort and convenience Trains run through without change ol cars to Chicago, where direct connection is made with all leading lines to the west, northwest and southwest, making but a single change of cars to Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota, etc. No other line ean offer such advan tages as tho Baltimore and Ohio. Its costs but very little time and trouble to learn this, and in the end may lead to the saving of muoh of both as well as money. Above all things do not pur chssa tickets before having a talk or re ceiving a letter from one of the B. & O. Agents. A latter addressed to W. E. Reppert, Columbus, Ohio; to J. T. Lane, Wheeling, W. Va.; to J. A. Wobb.Fos toria, Ohio; to T. A. Lee Zanesville, Ohio, or aoall upon either of these gen tlemen will lead to thorough Informa tion as to all necessary details of time connections, fares, baggage, etc., etc' Consumption Cared. An old physician, retired from prac tice, having had plaoed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remody for the speedy and permanent cure for Con sumption Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, j .11 mi . j r a AT Buu ail auruaii nuu juug auovuuuils.iu a positive and radical cure for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints, af ter having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it Lis duty to make in known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will Bend free of charge to all who desire it, this reoipe, in German, French, or English, with full directions for preparing and using, Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper.W.W. Sherar.,149 Power$" Block. Rochester, N. Y. . nov2,'80tl3eow. Thousands of ladies to-day cherish grateful remembrances of the help de rived from tbe use of Lydia E Pink barn's Vegetable Compound. It posi j lively cures all female complaints. Send to Mrs. Lvdia E Pinkham, 233 Western 1 Avenue, Lynn, Mass., for pamphlets. FURNITURE. FID Always In store. The largest and best selected city, which I Buy and Sell for Cash, thereby DfD E It T To whioh I pay particular attention. ; My stock viota casket. , All 1 asic is a Fair Trial and I FRED. No 232 Union Stkeet, Next Toor to ocm,79r. .'.': ;,' Trt : rv -T-'ir arrm n r ttt t II If N 1: II rill II -I II If 1111 J UM JL N JJL JLfc V ULU JlJd 3 Of DOS CURE GUARANTEED25 CENTS BY USING He dr IWETTAUJrS HEADACHE Id I very sliorttimo loth SIC (C and NERVOUS HEADACHE : and. while I at acting un Hi nsrror.a sy.um, rclleTS PTSPcPSIAla'awnrail(irms,cleana-IL ij; uu tn. u.i iuui too syatom of azcaaa of bile, a, producing A full size boxofthesa HI "I rrciioua for a complete Cure, mailed to nny address on receipt of nine 3-cent Postage Stamps. ForsaiabyaUOraggista. - . -: BULK ruVrKLKIOKB, zssai. aovl6,'80r. New Goods for Fall and Winter, -AT- AB A I F A NO. 209 BELMONT STREET, BELLAIRE, OHIO. .1 have now received the largest, best and most select stock ef Boots Ever brought to this city, consisting of Ladies, kisses, Childrens aad In fant's Shoes, ef the latest style and best quality. In my Gentlemen's and Boys' Department I defy competition. My Rubber Department is always found complete Call early and aeonre bargains, aa I can save you 20 per cent by baying- my goods. No trouble to show goods. " Don't forget theplaoe. NO. 209 BELMONT STREET, BELLAIRE, OHIO." -t: ' nov4,70r. .. . ' ... - i -.i I -' '. Painters' fc Builders' Supply Depot HAN E S , W I L S O N tfc 1215 Main Street, Wheeling, IV. Va DIALXBS IN PA IN T S, OILS, FRENCH AND AMERIC AN WIN DOW GLASS, . I Sash,; Doors, Mouldings, - Brackets, -&c. PLANING MILLS -A nIlT L U M B E R ; Y ARBS, 432, 434, 436 and 438 MAIN STREET. , . ' - ' r - A large and complete stock of Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Ac, always on hand. FlaalaS mill work of every description made to order on short notice. Send for Prices. nov4,'79r, HANES. WILSON & CO., 1213 Main St., Wheeling, W.Ta. . DEALERS IN nwmi GLASS, STEEL,1 CARPENTER'S TOOLS, MINING 4 RIFLE POWDER, Fronts, Gratis and builders' hardware of all kinds; OLIVES CmLLED . and PITTSBURGH PLOWS Agricultural Implements, Churns, Pumps, A : Rope, Twine, etc TIKOTaT SEED In season; In fact everything , ' - 70a want, almost,, in the H ABDWABB LIRE. , No 300 Union Strict, V 1 ' eotSlTBT. HOTELS. NATIONAL HOUSE. . , BEJIa AXJitB, OHIO. TIE.LI4M COCQKAU, Proprietor. FIRST CLASS accommodations famished to guests at this house. Bills reasonable. Convenient to the depot of the Bellaire and Southwestern. I '. oot21.'79y. NATIONAL, HOTEL, MAICT STREET, -, BARNES YILLE, OHIO. 1. 1 1 R. E. Frasler, : : Proprietor. This is : the Best Hotel in BarnesvUle r, UESTS will And the best accommodation VJ at this Hotel, and no pains will be spared to make tnem comfortable.. . .r Haoks leave the Hotel every morning for WoodsSeld. x Carriages and drivers famished travelers at all times. July 1,1873 Xhel rarest and Beat Medicine trsr Rado. Aeolmblnation of Hod. Buchu. Man- drnkle and Dandelion, witii ail ui.uxt and mcMt eluratlrc prupertiea of all other Bitten, mkesthca;reataitt Blood Purifier, Liver B02 U la tor, and Lite and Health Unturiiif Agwit onpMwaWllaatarth. Ko dlaeeae e PhlT Kintt ttlt wiwra Hop Bitten are aedo raried and pw feet aretlieir ODontl, lijy tin otvliV nlTlcsrtottnipisiihflna. To all whose employmentseanse lmKmlarl- trof thebowelaor nrtnary oiwana, or wno re limMin ToIUO Ud llliid SUmUUUlt. Hop Bitters are lnTaIV,able, without IntOX- tcatlns. - Ko mattrr what your fcUnCT or symptoms ars whatthe dtaMnor ailWnent Hop Bit ters. Oon'twaitantUyoaaRrs siek bat If yoa only feel bad or nlMrableRsaathem at onre. Itmayaareyoarlife.ltaaal.avad handreda, 500 will be paid for a cal they wfll not tare or help. Do not auffwaarletyoarfrienda suffer,but aae and unto thn Hop B Ti.nvmter. Rnn flitter, la iiaV 'Vile. dniCAMl Q druukon nostrnin, but the PurwtVa n d Best llodici n crcr made ; the "1ST ALIOS ralKlB and orT and no person Or family should DO witnoat tncsa. forbrunkenns,i"eof opinm, tobacco and I narcotlca All tola 07 aruRiosia Be for Circular. U9f BHtar. (ff. Ca Rochfntr.y.T stid Toronto. Ont. r a. W deo4,'80i. UNDERTAKING. R stsek of every grade of Furniture in' the enabling me to offer Bracua BAboairc - A K,I :NG i .V . is. complete, from a plain ooftn to a fine - will Guarantee Satisfaction. HOFFMAN, Mater &' KLotz, Billaibs, Ohio. . PJULScnrenononosminy mala a regular beajuiy action of the Dowels. valunhlm Pti I t. with foil au EZaHLmii tJ P 2 li ' 8 .1307 T TV i '. CO., YARN I SUES, if r - . SlDioes Em.. craiY, 11s, a BLACKSMITH. Wagon Making and Blacksnithing, : If M. A e. LETZELTEB, WOODSP1L LD, OHIO WE have opened a Wagon Halting aad Blaokamith Sbarjin tha V Building on the east side of town, where we are preparea to manaiaotnre v i Farm and Spring Wagons Of the latest and best styles. , Also, will re pair wagons and carriages on short notioe." : ' AJ.L WOBK QFABAirrEKD: , Wheels aad wood-work tor wagons Ironed and iron for wagons and carriages famished at market rates. 1 ' 8peoiaI attention will be given to shoeing horses. Give us a call. mayt8,'?sy. MA C. LETZXLTU tffft week in your own town. Terms VWWand $5 outfit ttw. Address H Eium k CoM Portland, Maine, - mch8.8lT. PENSIONS AKf'f AID trsry taMlsr HVM lis. ef J.rt.Vr aasaat ar.tkarwia.. WOt3Pefaia.lMrtaavtaw ixasioa. Ua4w a.w law tswitli are entitle w iaswa. arphans aad aMtalMsn r Bt.thMe at aaldlwa vk. dM ta ah. anT (at a pwla, BetrXTT Dta. iarraaae .f i'.ifllkiT. SaadaataauaWaM Pwiioa and Bossty AtU. fP. H. FjtiareraldA Col Oata SU, hdiaaar.lia. TaaV WVVtfsrt. , A. WD.Tl..Twt ladjaaa Oaahra. BanVeetteflsaiiaaeasla. XvmS. febl5,'80mS. V2L WEEK! Sit a dav at homa'aaatl. ade. Costly Ontflt fr kAAr.. Tbdb & Co. Augusta, Maine, ' mch8,'81t, "IS. t t4 tt in " m : i n DRUG8, PAINT8, OIL8, 5.;,DIK STUfF. AND ALL Popular, PaiehCiedicaAieg. GAH always t) fooad' at . ' T. , jfcfrllH Drag Store, at the lowest cash prices. , PURE W12rt8JUtQ: lIQPOMti Ft UinalrSarpoieiayalwayaaefoaadl at . T. JTJDnHB'. (YJ!!!!ni rr Utmt, af , f w uuKiao'vnr Btore. - ; 1 ; . "f" 1 .... . LINSEED OIL, " ' Bttht BmnIm grtlo., ftt lowest markef rates, at . T. JOfiUlW Dtw Hoe. ' THE EES e&JtL Olt. IK the marketalstf, Card Oil, Flsli 019 Neat's Foot Oil. Aa Ae ean l at fT.JUDriNS'atthelowertcaihprrowa PURE WRITE 0? B. fahneatoek'a hratd, klk Is se jtu, ly celebrated for its -waritw: tf ana aaraoMiiy. u jast reeetvetl,hy I.T. JU KINS, sad wui fee selA at the lewt oas , it-, i;.., -j', : ; ;k nicas. ( PERFUMERY, 80APt SPlCEEf ' TOBACCO, B9V9F ARB eiSAU, a AKD a variety of other articles beloa-flif to the Oracdst's trade, all ef hlal ariil bo soli as low as Uer eaa be tirei PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS CAairtatv PsirAan at aU koows ef tbe day aad aia-ht i. 7. JCpiIISXv seplt. - 'V 3 ?( Vf avf,.f .H"lt BARDffARIttllllKI, . sswarsriM mm . iti.rssZ. uard ware.. Table : sistal . pockof cntiery.Carpeaten Tools.rara ; Blag lMBlcMcBl,tf m siCi Cablael Blahen HarsiT ware, Pittsiagfe lra' ' aad Steel. AQEiiTB roa fcn ',lT OUVERrcmLlI):; Furniture and ,tJi Mr. C. Ealhllng will still eeatiaat at -JU trade ef maaafactariag aad repeiriaf all kinds ef Fnraitmr Oive eall btfere parehasiag, elsewhere. n W will gaaraatee satlsfactlea. , 1 WADDELL BELBLlira. aprs,80jrl. . u .!. ' tvc ' PLAINti MlLULj y'i.'i A . '.! '5.i F. Dbtrick, .t H. R. Jf sTblxmak, iVentieitf. Secretin. ... M.MRHI'Vlwfl; P L A K IN 6 li LL L S FURNITUBB COMPANY, " " . i .., '". fit. 1 "' lAuasia: . I. . v " if.' ; lumber, j Latk . and ihinjrhs. uavfACTVUkaetr FIooring.weather-baardlKra. Frames, Doors, Sash, gbwttersT BracketstMoldian,raliar .... i Boxes, and all kinds A . Will take Coatraets ftr ill Et: O F BO 111) I n a ait .1 31 i it JaH Onlldera and nerhaKa1' Hardware, - Cela Trl: ifain. -Wradaw - oiass er ail siaes, nails tr all kHin ; andsisef,Palata,01ls.TansaaMa','ttff TarpeatiBe,WkiteLea1 aai,-. Putty.k.pt ooa.taatly e ea haad and far sale . . ataaAmASfcs.i.'., ;;. rr , raicas, i COFFINS MADB TO ' Puraitnre loom ea rerry 'street, aariartea. Ohio, ' . "V"V; t ahhfk2,'tlM ' MVrjfATJ a aTfl, m'itl Aasaa'aKll .IJ. vtmuvslAll A . AAtAtVIid. 1879.J ii 1 ,;vr', !c ra .rrpc-n ' spring .&;srauiat! " ' . ST', m...j -v fi .1i a t C"WTv CHARLES LAUiNSIIIir. MERCHANT TAlLOnf . an VBAui'tat' W a Gcntlemenr8Fiirni8hinkGoods. qtqT3 On Ett Siielf PuhlU a?WTfW Ji ti fi t: ,vi r ' fif ft. '.t ill TwoioorsNertk af Jatlkias'rngf tetev yrooiDsrxms prtxtpf J ." i f - , i. - :t. mitt) I ITTOULD raipeatfiHy Wens tha tHh-a YV efWeedsleld.aadtheanbllaVesaursaJt.c tkathedeeaalretelaee -"it,f aad will keep en has -1 ft eleetesl a earefojly took or .-..- .4 -f tlolhs, CaatMere A And Is prepared to sake clethlag ta Iks latert styles. Also, will tat oat salts let ill lias who desire te have theaa made elMwltevev. y 20,1873. CHA1LI8 tAVlKSTUSi 1 - ft I if i O t. t ( '; ' 1 f 'li: . 1 -4 t I X ' .h ill . t . : V,!'