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MILLINERY. DRUG 8TORK6. Tl'KglUY. MAY 2, lssi. THE LAST MAS S CLUB. : Red lace milts arc to be worn wub red straw hats. Spanish lace over satin is used for ' i spring tnanlel. I Linen guipure lace, like iMncramc, is new fur millinery. Sleeves are pa i. led BmiQiiet of Fourteen (Jentlnnien Who Await One A no trior's Death. to raise them above the shoulders. Klack flmnel suits are worn both in and out of mourning. The List Man's Club ol Philadelphia: f "re, ha l their seend annual dinner a day or I with 9tr,ch fealne 8bafieJ r09e9 two ago. Qovers were laid for the Kilt plaited skirts and short tatiliers seve Ueen gentlemen wh.i compose the j arranged eu panier arouud the hips are Ass ciiithun, oi whom the following j worn. , we e present: Dr. A S. Robert", Alfred Plain skirts, with trimmed polonaises Kiddle, S Frank Shaipless, C. R. Levis,, wilt soon rival trimmed skirts with plain Henry Levis, Samuel Levis, E Iwatd j basque. Roberts, third, D-. J. B Kinner, Aubrey . sattn ribbons are losing favor, and Jones, W. Henry ftiterson. nanes n.can ne bought at reasonable prices for Ne wMlllimer y cuais DTSPEPSIA. COMPUiTS, 4 IE AST DISEASE- CURES iLL DISEASES OF THE STOMACH, DONETS, StlK, t BLOOD. Townend, John Hockley, jun., Philip P. Peace and Moncure Robinson, jun.. President of the Club, who did the hon ors. The absentees were Dr. Thos Bid die, S. L Morrison and Meredith Bai lor 'I'll.. Utter were ntevent d br una- . . .... r r i 1 ililo oironmslanioa frum ftltenitina. i rows oi uraiu, VO but in sccoHauce wi!h the rules of the Club vianls ami liquors were pined in tbi.Ctrdr of courser to each unoccupied seat, tie same as th ugh the owners ere present. ' Tiie bai q'o-1. says the Philadelphia Press, was served in the bridal chamber of the Bellevue, and the walls of the luxurious apartment were richly adorned with bric-a-brat, imd festooned with wreaths and trailing vines ot sroilax. stu ided with blossoms. The table was arranged with ' marvelous grace. The center-piece wvs a high plateau of Jacqueminot rose, over rive hundred in ncmner. A deep border of lillies sur rounded the roes. the hase being a minia tore lake or mirrors reflecting the whole. Wreaths of verdant vines jnrlnMered the plates and wine glasses. The menu was engraved on tinted goose-eaes, the dishes on one side and the wines on the reverse, with name of guest. , The punch was served in real turkey egg-shells standing on end in nests or sugar. Egg-t lant was se'VPt' under the disguise of avbergniet farcies , and the delectable woodcock ma-qneraded as Beeastines an erenon. Tlie first toast was drank from massive three handled loving-cap of hammered silver, engrav en with the names o1 the seventeen "last men," ami filled t the brim with chsm pagne several quart.9. Another litlle fes'nre of the dinner was the wish bonrs altarlxd with ribbon to the name cards of each pla'e. Altogether the banquet was one of the finest ever served in the city. The eccentric Association, the mem bers of which sat down to rhe dinner, was founded on Eis.lir Mondav, 1881, and Is intended lo last until f-ix'een of the seventeen members are dead. The seventeenth man, that is the last man living, will then give a final dinner, covers lo be laid for every one of the dead nv tubers, and the mer.tr to he serv--ed to them the same as if thev were alive and prenor. The lonely final man will eil-Mitlv toast each individual mem oiy and toddle his unsteady legs home ward, clutching to his breast the silver loving cup, which ill have become his undivided property,, and the Lst Man's Club will have passed into oblivion. Similar Clubs to the Philadelphia As sociation exist all ver Europe. In Par is, prior to the Frar co-Piusso war, Le CVrcle des Moris consisted of forty members, hut on tl e conclusion of peace only nine veteiars assembled at the an nual dinner. The Vice-President of the Cercle is a skeleton, clothed in sable at tire and crowned with vine leaves Shortly aOcr the formation hf the Club the live Vice Piesident died, but on his death bed he wrote a letter to his com rades, begging them, to allow his bones to be present at the fn-sta His request was granud, snd the ghastly skeleton always faces the President at lahle. An other story is told of American origin. A Joxial red faced man is in the habit, ot entering hotels in different parts of the country and ordering dinner for seven persons. To Ihe rslonishment of the waiiers ihe tcd-'aced man is the onli one who arrives to rat ihe repast, but he in'istf on food and drit.k being served to the other six places. During dinner be keeps up a lively conversation with his imngipary guests, and finally explains o the lndlord, as he pavs the bill, that lie had been having a commemoration dii ner with his wi!e and five children, who were all dead. children's sashes. A war between large and small hats rages in Paris. Tue largest hats are worn in London. Cadet blue flannel, trimmed with many ill be a favorite moun- CURES tain dress this summer. Spring fans are in various designs. Some are of lace and flowers, others are hand-painted on satin, while others are made entirely of feathers. White foulard night dresses appear with shirring over the shoulders and upon the sleeves, and are trimmed will; Medici lace and bows of white satin and ribbon. Irish batiste in soft pale shades of color, as sky blue, lilac, shrimp pink, cream, ivjry. fawn, and corn color, will he among the list of popular summer fabrics. The new embroidered French Swiss muslins have lace effects in round spots and geometric patterns, between which are introduced dots and leaf flower de signs of embroidery. The new dress linens for spring wear come in delicate tones of color, figured in trie weaving in geometric and polka dot designs for over dresses, and in plain stuffs to match for skirts. (TRADE MADE.) ' Dusnensitt. Liver li teases. Fever 6 Anne. Rheuma tism, Dropsy, Heart Disease, Bil iousness, Nervous debility, etc. The Best BEMEDY KNOWN to Man! 11,000,000 Bottles SOLD SINCE 1S70. Thi Syrup possess? Farted Properties. It Stimulates th Ptyallne fn tue-all-rm, which converts the Starrh and Sugar or the food into glucose. A dl etency in Ptyallne (aim Wind and SeuriiiK of the food in the stomach. If the medicine Istaken immediately after atina the fermentation of food is pre vented. It acts txm i7ie IArer. It acts ttpon the Kidney' It Keaulates Hit Jiotrcts. It lHtrifies the. Mood, It Quirts the Xerrous System. It Promotes Dig-ration. It Kourlslies, Strrnathens and Fin fjjiiiafsa It carries off the Old Blootl anil makes new It opens the ares of the skin and induces Healthy Perspiration. It neutralizes the hereditary taint, or poison In the blood, which generate Scrofuln, Ery sipelas, and all n winner of skin diseases and luteraal humors. There are no spirits employed in Its manu facture, and it can bo taken by the most deli cate babe, or Ivy tho ojjoibmcl feeble, eareonly hsing required in attention to directions. DRUGGISTS SKI. I, IT. laboratory, 77 West 3a Hv., NEW YORK CiTY. HVLftiS- 1ST. J. CLARK Kteps sonstuitfy on hand MILLINERY GOODS & FANCY GOODS, ! which are offered at prices to suit the times All work entrnsteii to my care will be promptly doue. Please call and examine. Goods and learn prices. MRS. N. J. CLARK. feptH.'SO. Woodsfleld Ohio. LJL. . . i 1 -)THE(- Raltiniore and Ohio Railroad. EASTBOTJND-Jftn. 22, 1882. Leave Chicago . . 5.S a PM 6.30 .10,35 03 " P OS m a a. a J3 a a t? on O 9 M v : 5 e J AM AM .1:39 Jolitmy's Esthetic Conundrum. "Mom," sairl little Johnny Periwin kle the other rlay, aildressino his mater nal parent, "what does K-tbetic' mean ? I heard MrB Mobhy say yes'day that you was a disciple of their sUhetic school." "-JMhetic, my son." said Mrs. Peri winkle, as she dashed Mr. Periwinkle's red flannel shirt oat ol a wash boiler, "is an extreme love of the beautiful ; the too, too utterly intense all butness of everything that is lovely. Oh !" she ex claimed, clasping her bands rapturously, "how sppremely divine is the study of this noble science V "Well, tnrm,M said Johnny, "I've got a sthetic conundrum ter yer. What's the difference between this nut I'm hoi din in mv hand and a A No. 1 salute Irom a William goat? Give 'ernp? Why, one is a butter-not and the other is an utter butt, bee V Johnny studied 'the science of the beautiful' in the wond-sbed. Drain. DowtVAM Co., Oreo. I can say that Dr. Clark Johnson's Iudian Garrett. Blood Syrap is the best medicine for general j Defiance 1.52 Complaints, snch as Dyspepsia, Lirer Com plaint, ete. that I ever used. WM. J. RAZKB Dckam, Pbpia Co., Wis. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrup for Sick Headache, and have re ceived mnch benefit from it. AfKS. LINDA SHELDON. jtfcABTBCR. VlSTON Co , O. I have used Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrnp for General Debility, Nervous ness and Bronchitis, and it has done me more good than any other medicine I ever used. DAVID UAWK. Waterville, Lb Sdeur Co , Mm. The nee ot Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood 8yinp has proved very beneficial to me. I recommend its nse to all. MRS. 0. JAMBS. SraiNoaoRODO, Warren Co., 0. I was troubled with Rheumatism. Consti pation, Rush of Blood to the Head and Liver and Kidney Diseases. Dr. Clark Johnson's Indian Blood Syrnp has effectively cured. 1. N.MU CBBLL. Jon28,8. z PM 9.10 8:46 AM FX 2:55 3.30 4:25 5:12 2 14 M a o a s a o t 2 2 J a o a z s a 3 si si c "e 6:20 7:18 6:46 7.48 7:3 7:)0 8:2 8:00 9:10 9:00 9:55 9:34 Fo84.otia , Tiffin Sandnsky . .. Monroe vi lie . . . Chicago Jane. .3:00 ! Shelby Juno 3:25 Mansfield 3:46 10-21 1H:00 Mt. Vernon.... 4:54 11:55 11:25 pm am Arr Newark .. 5:40 1.00 12:20 ArrColambua..7:lo 3:10 7:15 am noon, pm Lve ColumbnB.3.05 12:00 11:40 am pm am Newark 5:45 1:20 12:45 Arr Zanesville . .6:2S 2:15 1:43 PM 4:30 6.1 7:2 Chicago & North-Western JRA.I.H. W A. Is the OLDKST! BRST CONSTRUCTKDI BEST EQUIPPED! and hence the Leading' R aihvay OK THE WEST AN! NORTHWEST! It is the short and best route between Chi cago and all points In lYnrlliern llllnniN. Sown. n.tUota. j wjiimiivK, liiak.. fMilfnrnln. Oifsoii, trlsnaa. 1 1 -ii f oimaiio i Idaho, itloniHiia. NpvartH, -.mii for Council BIitIIjs, Omaha, 15 i:VI.U. LKAUVILLE. Salt Lake, San Francisco, Diuunoon. sioix "i rv. j Cedar Rarids, Des Moines, CotumbiiJ. and all ; Points in the Territories and the West. Also, tor Milwaukee, (Ireen Biv, Oshkoah, Sheboy gan. Aarqnette, Kond do Lac Watertnwn Honghton Neeoah. Afeuasha, 8t. Paul. Mw neapolis, Huron, Vo ga, Fargo. Bismarck. WinoDa, LaCrosre Uwatonna. aud all points in .Minnesota, Dakota, Wisconsin and the Northwest. At Council Bluffs the "rains of the Chicago and Northwestern and the U. P. R'ys depart from, arrive at and use the same joint Union Depot At Chicago, close connections are made with the Lake shore. Aichigan Central, Bal timore and Ohio, Kt Wavne and Pennsylva nia. and Chicago and ft rand Trunk R'ys, and the Kankakee and Pan Haiidle Routes. Close connections made at Junction Points Ty O AT 3NT THE 1 Boz Best $3 00 Photographs only $1 00 per Dozen. 6 00 Cabinets -" 3 00 " :0: Also the Largest dtock of P1C TU H BS, I K .4 M E , Motto Frames, Loolcing ClaNMO Parlor Brackets, Chromes, Albums, Scopes, Views. &e., &c ia the State, to be sold regardless of cost. Pictures Copied and Enlarged for Framing. may24,'8t. G. W. PLUMMER, 1138 Main Street, Hounbrook's Block. t. D RUG -.0: DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHK8. BRUSH JfcS, DYJfc STUFF, AND ALL Popular Patent Medicines ("IAN always be found at J. T. JCDK1N5 J Drag Store, at the lowed tasb price PURE WINES AND L1QV0R8 For Medicinal Purpoeea.may alwayi be foao4 t J, T. JUDKINS. PAINTS, JDDKINS'Drug Store. ()F '1 colors, and in eyery form, at J. f LINSEEQ OIL, BY the Barrel or galJon, at lowest Barker rates, at J. T. JUDKINS' Drug Stow. S. PEENY, MANUFACTURER OF PURE CANDY, AND DEALER IN Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, &c. DON'T FAIL TO ORDER FROM HIM AT 1410 Iain SStveet, Wheeling-, West Va. THE BEST VOAL OIL TN the market-also, Lard Oil, Fish Oil J- Nt'j PootOil,o.,c, can be had at TrjDKINS' at tU lowest Uth prica. PURE WHITE LEAD, ' rvF B. Fahneatock's bracd, whioh is so J y celebrated for its purity, whitene? and durability, is just received byJ.T.JOb KINS, and will be seld at the lowest cf PBKBS. PERFUMERY, SOAP, SPICE, TOBArCO, SNDFF AND CIGAR8, . A ND a variety of other articles belonginf f to the Druggist's trade, all of whfoi Wilf be sold as low as they ean be afforded. REAL ESTATE. West Virginia Real Estate Ly. ZanesTille..fi:32 Cambridge 7:18 Barnesyille S:0H Bellaire 9:00 Arr Wheeling. 10 00 Ly Wheeling... 8:50 Arriye Washington . . Baltimore. . . . Philadelphia. New York.... PM .9.25 10:35 AM .3:05 .6.50 2:20 3:15 4.1fl 5.35 6 4(1 5:35 AM 7,34 8 45 PM 12.50 3:50 I 47 2:56 4:09 5-30 am 6 45 7,46 8:50 10:10 june21,8lT. 6 !0 10 50 6:55 WESTBOUND. a tc.S O to 0 rz AND LOAN AGENCY. Consumption Cured. An old physician, reared from prac tice. baTiog had placed in his hands by an East India missionary, the formula of a simple vegetable remedy Tor the speedy and permanent cure tor Consump tion, BronchiM Catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive and radical cure fcr Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after having tes ed its wonderful cura tive pewers in thousands of cases, has , Lands Bought Sold or Exchanged1 felt it his dutv to make it known to bis T Leave pm I New York 7: 0 I Philadelphia... 9;45 am Baltimore .... Washington . . 3S -2 S. 3 ! 3 V. B. ARCHER, Manager, Wirt C. H., Wirt Co., W. Ta. Wheeling. . . Bellaire.... Barnesville Cambridge. 1:30 .2:35 pm .1:30 2:10 pm 1.00 4:00 am 9;30 9:47 10:40 am pm' 9:30 11:18 :0:05 11:50 am - x am 8:30 11:45 pm 8:30 a is 1 i 2 e S3 a a P et a It Ir Ihe o !.V LIKE rtinnlne; n WEI mm m BETWEEN Chicago and Council Bluffs. PiillmanSlccpers on sill Niulit Trains Insist upon Ticket Agents selling you Tickets via tbi6 road Rxmnine ycwir Tickets and refuse to b it if tbey do not read over tbe Chicago & Northwestern Railway. If you wish the best Traveling Accommo dations you will buy your Tickets by tb:s reute. JTAND WILL TAKK NONK OTHBR All Ticket Agents pell Tickets by this Lin. tIRVI nVGflfTT, 2d V P. & General Mdnager Ciiicag apr5,'8l. FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING. FURNITURE Always in store. The largest and best selected stock ot every grade of Furniture in the city, which 1 Buy and Sell for Cash, thereby enabling ne to offer Sikcial Bargains. pm 3:50 4.45 UNDERTAKING, To which ! pay particular attention. My stock is complete, from a plain coffin to a fine Cloth Casket All I ask is a Fair Trial and I will Guarantee Satisfaction. Fit El). HOFFMAN, No 232 Union Street, Next Door to Mater & ect2l,'79r. Klotz, Bbllaire, Ohio. ...3,07 11,08 pm . . 4.00 12,01 FACTS. suffering fellows. Ac nated by this mo tive and a desire to relieve human suffer ing. I will send free of charge to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French or English with full direc ions for preparing and using. Fen by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W, A. Notes, 149 Power s Block Rochester, N. T. dec!3,"81eow6m. A YEAR'S READING Parties desiring to purchase or eachi nge Lands, House- and Lots in Ohio, for Improv ed or Timber Lands in West Virginia, should correspond with us. We Ru' rand, Hlortgafr.es, Deedn Ol Trust. J u fig ill v it Is. AiC, Or exchange for same in all parts of the United States, Loan Money, and secuie first class mves ments for those desiring to invest at paying rates of interest. Collections aud Qeueral Law Business promptly attended to, Address V. It. ABC? ER, Attorney at Law, Wirt C. H., Witt Co., West Virginia. jan24,'S2 Zanesville 4,57 12.5S Arr Newark. ...5:50 1:50 Columbus.. .7:30 3,10 noon Lve Columbus. 4,30 12:00 pm Newark 6: 10 2:10 Mt Vernon... 7:01 3 06 Mansfield .. ..8:23 4:33 Shelby Juno... 8:48 4 57 Arr Monroerille Sandusky Lve Chi June. 9:30 1:02 6:02 2:07 7:07 3:10 4: 10 7,15 am 3,05 4:20 5 15 6:42 7:08 8:35 9.25 8:05 9:10 9;40 am 6.10 7 IS 9:05 tew Goods for Fall and Winter. PHYSICIANS1 PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Pkifakk at all hours of the day and night J. T. JCDKINS. sep8v. HOTELS. NATIONAL HOUSE, BELLAIRE, OHIO. WILLI4M CUCORAH, Proprietor. FIRST CLASS'aecommodatiens famished to gnests at this house. Bills reasonable. Convenient to the depot of the Bellaire and! Southwestern. ) . or'21,'79T. NATIONAL HOTEL, M"-A-I3T STREET, BARNESVILLE, O H 10. R. E. Franler, : : : : : Proprietor. Thit it the Be$t Betel in Bamtnille GUESTS will find the heat acoommedation at this Hotel, and no pains will be spared to make them comfortable. Hacks leave the Hotel every morning far Woodsfield. Carriagesand drivers famished travelers at all times. julyl,ls73T -AT IBAI FAUPIL'S NO. 209 BELMONT STREET, BELLAIRE, OHIO. I have now received the largest, best and most seleot stock of Roots Shoes BLACKSMITH. Wagon Making and Biacksnitbing, These eonteinplatins a trip westward will certainly do well to carefully con- snlt the time tables ol the Baltimore and Ohio road. Its celebrated fast trains, its sure connections, and rates always as tow as the lowest, make it beyond all controversy tbe best line west. Colo nists are carried in first class cars on fast trains, and every possible cara is taken to insure eomfort and convenience. Trains ran through without chasge of 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 can offer such advan tages as the Baltimore and Ohio. Its costs but very little time and trouble to learn this, and -in the end may lead to the saving of much of both as well as money. Above all things do not pur chcee tickets before having a talk or re ceiving a letter from one of the B. & O. Agents. A letter addressed to W. E. Reppert, Columbus, Ohio; to J T. Lane, Wheeling, W. Va , to J. A. Webb.Fos- toria, Ohio: to T. A. Lee Zanesville, Ohio, or a call upon either of these gen tlcmen will lead to thorough informa tion as to all necessary details of time connections, fares, baggage, etc.; ete. Real Lore. Colonel Ingersell. And do yam know it is a splendid thing that the woman you really love will never grtw olr1. to on? Through wrinklre of time, tbtonuh the mask of ypare, if yon really lore her, yon will always see the (see yon loved and won. And a woman who really lovrs a man does not ate that he grows old; he is n"t rlitP'pit to her; he docs not trem hle ; he is n' t old ; he seems the same uollant genikman wl o won Irer heart and hand I like to think of bim in that ay ; I like to think that love is eternal. And to love in that way and thin go down the bill of life together, gnd oa yon go down hear, perhaps, tbe laughter of grrndcliildren, while tbe birds of joy 01 (J love sing nnce more in ihe kafeee branches of the tree of age. A famous north-country clergyman, whilst preaching s lew Sundays since from the ttxt, "He giveHi his Moveth sleep," stopped in she middle of his dis course, gszed upon his slumbering con gregation, and said : 'Bietlirrn, it is bard to realize the unbounded love which tbe Lc:d appesrs to liBve for a large perHoa of my present auditory 1" The New York WEEKLY WORLD. .lew Presaes. KcwTypo.Nevr Bull din?. New Appliances, and New Life In Every Department. $1 a Tear Postage Paid. 50 Cents for Six Months. A. COM PLBTB FAMILY PA P 15 Ft . FREE MASONS Should Read Its Special Masonic Department. Edited by One of the Most Renown ed tree .Masons, With Contributions from the !fcr of DISTINGUISHED MASONS, The WEEKLY WORLD Is the only leading newopuper In tbe country that baa a apeclal de parimeut devoted to Masonic In terests, Other Excellent Features. 1. All the News, complete and interesting. 3. The Farmer's World A fall page of Ag ricultural and Farm Ne'ws. 3. The Literary World A full patra of Long Stone and bhort Stone. Uomic Ballad and Serious Poeas, Fairy Tales and Sailors Turns. 4. The Housekeeper's Columns What "Every Woman Wants to Know. 5. The Veterinaay Department With pre scriptions free for all Subscribers, and full instructions for the treatment of live stock. G. The best Chess Column in the world for Amateur players. 7. The best Checker Department in the world for both Amateur and profei-sional play ers. 8. A Corner far the Young Folks Riddles Charades, Puzzles, Enigmas, Acrostics, ft 9. Complete Market Reports Unrivalled in detail and accuracy. 10. Answers to inquiries, Each department is perfect of its kind, and all combined make the best Weekly news paper ever published. The New York World has nn su perior on either aide ot the Water as a Live. Brilliant, Perfectly Appointed. Pro gresslve Newspaper. UNEQUALLED OFFERS TO CLUB AGrEIVTt. SPECIMEN COPIES SENT FREE. TH NEW YORK WORLD. World Building, New York. aprl8.Tw. D. r. CASTO.- -M, II. SI11RTZ. CASIO & SHKTZ, Agents and Rhaltrsin REAL ESTATE. Sell Land on Commission. They now have on hands a large amonnt of Improved Timber & Mineral Lands 6:08 7:00 6:10 Tiffin 10:2.r 7;48 Kostoria ... 10.!4 8.35 am Defiance 12.56' 10:52 11:42 am pm Garrett 2:45 12:25 1:35 Arr Cr.icago ... 8:55 6:10 7.35 Trains run on Colainbdi time we$l of the Ohio Rirr. Note on Running of Trains. BAST BnTJNu iNew Y. rk Past Line daily, with thronah Sleepers from Chicago to New York Washington and Baltimore Express, with through Sleepers from Chicago to Baltimore daily, and Tl-rough Coach from Sand in kv to Cniumban duily. Wheeling and Cumberland Express daily on C, O. Division; on other Di visions daily, except Sunday. All other trains daily, except Sunday Trains run on BaltiuiOie lime east of the Ohio Rriver. WhsT B UND Chicago Wast Line daily, with through Sleepers from N w York t" Chicago Chicago Express daily, Through Sleepers Baltimore to Chicago daily, and Tbrongh Coach from Coiambns to Sandasky daily, Chicago Mail daily, on Matu Line aud C. O, Di.isicu; on other divisions daily, ex cept Sunday. All other trains daily, except Snuday, L. M. Cole, General Ticket Agent, Balti more. W B. REPPKRT, Pass. Ag't, Colnmbns. C. K LORD Gen. Pass. Agt, Baltimore, B. DUNHAM, Gn. Man., Newark. PRINCIPAUUNE The SHORTEST, QUICKEST and Ani all SO?snEST line to St. Joseph. points in Io:utilJ"jNAicliison, Toprlsa. Doal Nebraska. Mlwourl, KarP67Sson, Dallaa, Gal- sas. New Mexico,. Arizona, Muu'sJ6 Teuton, Una and Texas. O H I O -A. Gr O Rver broaght to this city, consistiug of Ladies, Misses, Children and Infant's Shoes, ef the latest style and best qa lity. In my Gentlemen's and Boys' Department I d-fy competition. My Robber Department is always (onnd complete- Call early and secure bargains, as I can save you 20 per cent bv buying mv goods. No trouble to show goods. Don't forget the- place. NO 209 BELMONT STREET, BELLAIRE, OHIO." noT4,70T T-X'111 1:omu tins i;o superior lor Albert C SSfesJ.'''' Minneapolis and St. 1'anL Inlversai-ijgjj Naiionallr reputed aa 1 It conceded to being the Great Ik- the best equipped 5iLThroughCar Iiallroail In the World Tor Lint 11 t O all classes of irar.1. ' "3m MftO. KANSAS CITY All connections mode In I'nlon Depots. tVi XrA Try. STOVES AND TINWARE. 0. 0 ALEXANDER, OX 1 LB K I Tickets via thisNTT J. J ' Celebrated Line foFVOkSr find traveling sale at all offlces lnV 'u"T, Instead the U. 8. and: T A G jfS. of a dl- AllNW rmat about Itatcs of Fare. Sieeplnr; Cars, etc. cheerfully given l.y The Celebrated Arlington AND OTHER Canada. comfort. T. J POTTER. PERCEVAL LOWELL, M Ykt Prcs'ttt en'I Xanay?. Gtru Petit. Agt.. Chicago, 111. Chicago, 111, mch7,'82 COOK STOVES. Keeps en hand Heating St PEOPLE WHO READ. Yonr attention is invited to tbe Oreatest Newspaper in the West. The rival of any in America, illTI 1' ill ID! LM i whioh they are offering for sale at prices ranging from FIVR to THIRTY dollars per acre The title of all lands off red for sale by them is warranted to be good. Parties desiring to purchase cheap lands would do well to call on or address them at WIRT COURT IIOITSB. W. VA (Reference to any of the business men of Wirt. Roane or Wood Counties. Jaul0,'82. Bellaire & Southwestern R. It. TIME TABLE. LEGAL NOTICE. PAUL-INK BRDNI, who.se place of roFtdenoe s Wheeling, Ohio county, ' est Virginia, aid Mary Lnekart whoso plaee of residence is Mason City, Mason oonnty, West Virginia, will take notice that on tbe 4th day of April, 1882, John Rnby.as Administrator, with the will annexed, of the estate of Christian Brnui, dt-reased, filed big certain petition in the Probate Court of Afouroe county, Oh:n. against them and others, the object and prayer of which is to obtain an order to Bel) the following described premises to make distribution of the proceeds, as directed by the will of said deoedent. Said rea estate ie situate in tbe county of Monroe and State of Ohio, aud is bounded aud described as follows: Commencing at a atone eighteen and a half rode sontheast at or near the county road at the section line of sections thirty one an thirty two of township two of range three; thence thirty Ave rods south along the eonnty road to a comer stone; thence west sixteen rods to a stone; thence northwest thirty eight rods to a stone; thence east twenty eight rods to the place of beginning, containing five acres more or lesa. You are required t answer said petition on sr before the 10th day of June, lgtt2. JOHN KDBY. Adm'r with the will annexed of the estate of Christian Bruui, deo'd. aprll.'82t7. fnme A- Bartaa, Att'rt TAKE EFFECT 12 M JAN. 15, 1882. Trains make connection with the B..& O. and C. & 1' Railtoads, also, with Capt Lu kens' steamboat "Prea Bllison," f r Wheel ing. Trains run daily, Sundav excepted. TRAINS GOING EAST. Leaves. No. 2, No. 4. Accoin. Mail&Pass. P M. A M. Woodsfleld 1 20 7.00 (hark 2,11 7,3 1 Jerusalem 2.S6 7.39 Beallevjlle 1,50 7 53 Crabapple. 3,10 8,04 Alledonia 3.30 8,U Armstrong's Mills 3,57 8,2b' Captina 4.13 ... 8,41 Kel ey's 4,37 .... 8,56 Jacobsbnrg, 4,45 9,00 Bethel 4,56 9.09 lrvin's 5,14 9,23 Maple ton 5,24 9,31 Ambler's 5.30 9.40 Shady Side 5 36 9.45 Bellaire (arrive) 5 50 9,55 TRAINS GOING WEST. leaves. No. 1. No. 3. Accom. Mail&Pass. AH. P H. 7, ltt 3,00 ....7,24 3.12 . .-7,35 - . 1 7,46 .3.22 Irwin's 8,10 .3 31 Bethel 8.38 3 44 Jacobsturg .....9 00 3 55 Kelsey's 9,07 3,59 Backet's 9 19 Captina 9.39 4 13 Armstrong's Mills 9,49 4 24 Alledonia lO.Ol 4 33 Crabapple 10,18 4 43 Bealisville .10.31 .. 5,01 leruealer 10 45 1 17 Oaark 10 56 6.26 Woo if Held (arrive) ll,30 6,06 S. L. MOONKY, President, f. If-f mwr, tieneral Manager. Bellaire Shady Side. Ambler'. . . Mapleton . SHERIFF'S SALE. Michael Schaub TS. Mary A. Way and ano BY virtue of a certain order of sale is sued from the court of common pleas within ;j.nd for the county of Monroe, and State of Ohio, in a case pending in said court between the above named parties, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at pvtblio auction at the east door of the court house in Woods :ield,on Friday, the 12V day of .V'y,18S2, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. aud 4 o'clock p. m., of said day, the following de scribed real estate situate in Monroe oouc'.v, Ohio, to wit: A part of the Hollister farm, the same being a part of tbe northeast quarter of sec tion twenty nine, township four of raune five, and described as beginning at corner on the quarter section liu, the sarre being the southwest coiner of a cenan tract heretofore sold by Hollister to Fred Nubart, aud being thirty perches west ot the ssuth east ooriier o: said qnarte-; thence north six degrees east fifty four perch-s to a white oak thirty two inches in diameter for a corner; thenre north seventy five aud a hail degrees west teD perches to a wh.te oak tw vie inches in diameter for a corner; thence north twenty oue degrees west fifty seven perches to tbe middle of the road and corner to William Scbeufele; theuce with the road south sixty eight and a halt degrees west twectvooe an i a half perches; theuce north sixty eight and a 'ialt degrees west seven perches nd fifteen links to a post witness black oak eighteen inches in diameter, beats north fifteen and a half degrees we-t uiuety eixht links; theuce south eleven degrees west oue hundrei and throe and a half pe che to the quarter sec tion line; thence east with quarter hue sixty nine perches to tbe place of beginniug. oou. taming thirty six and a half acres by lati tude aud departure, haid property so ordered to be sold is ap praised at $1,460. and may sell for two thirds of said appraisement. Terms of sale, 4ash bvfore coufiruiation CHEIS. LUDB, aprll,'82w5. Sheriff M. C. O. J. J 110LL1STEB, Att'y. ,1.1.111 li t'lt I III, III In its columns, the news of tbe world it given every day in the year. Its two thou sand correspondents located in every section of this Conntry and Kurope. are the most reliable newsgatherers to be had and the history of each oay'a events will be faith fully recorded and pretan'ed to the public through the Kuqu rer, free from distortion or pre.ndice The province of a newspaper is to reiord facts, to separate truth from falsehood. How well the Enquirer has succeeded n this duty we feel a pardonable pride in referring to its files and past record for -vidaace of its abil ity and thoroughness jn pres nting all mat ters treated upon in their trfte light. aThe people of this age require a paper fully abreast of the times, coequal in en terprise, and material advancement in all mercantile and political interests, snoh will 1 the Bnqnirer continne to be. Candor and fairness will be accorded to all questions and . v ts i! i Parties, but the faces shall never be per- Agent tor Garry Iron Roohng. Terted. The immediate Future has in store mat M. As. C. LETZELTER, WOODSF1LLD, 0 1119. WE have opened a Wagon Making aa Blacksmith Sbop in the Peaadrr t Building on the east side of tewn, where we are prepared to manufacture Farm and Spring Wagons. Of the latest and best styles. Also, will re pair wagons and carriages on short netlee. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. Wheels and wood-work tor wagons lrened and iron for wagons aad oarmges fnraished at market rates. Special attention will be given ta shoeing horses. Give ns a call. may2.V'6T. MAC. LKTZBLTBR o -r e ss Aud all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware, LV Also, Spnuting and Repairing done on thort notice, Everything at Wheeling Prices, or Less. West side of Main street, 3 doors North of Spirit oflice. WOODSFIELD, OHIO. septl6.'73T ters of grave importance to all, and the gen eral welfare will largely depend upon the j (l9NCrited premieen, Administrator's Sale. Y virtue of an order and deoree of the Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio. and to me direeted I will offer for sale at public auction, on the premises in Adams towuship, on Salurdajf, the 6th da; "f Mag, 1885, the following described real estate of Elijah MoMahon, deceased, situate in Afoaroo eenn--ty, Ohio, to wit: The north west qartrter nf section six, town lrip tour of range Ave (except about three acres of timber or wood land out of the north west corner of the north wet quarter of the south west quarter of said section six, town ship four of ranro rive, sjtid 3 acres bring cat off by a run which pushes int.. John McMahoa's field). Said premises to bo sold subject, te the life estate of Lydia Jane Hayes in the sooth west quarter of the south weet. Quarter of - section &, township 4 or range five, of the above $72. A WEEK, $U a day at home easily made, Costly Outfit free, Address Tana a Co Augusta. Maine. oic1i2S.'82t. WOODSFIELD SELECT SCHOOL. Will commence Mar 22, 1R82, and continue In session ten weeks. Classes will be formed In any branch de sired by those 'n attendance. No pains will be spared to make this a school of Une mer't and as profitable to our patrons as hard labor on the part of teach ers can make It. THAOHBRS Will find u profitable to attend. In Woods, field you will find board reasonable and ac commodations cood. Tixltloix. Primary itfpMs uiif in, . 92 30 I'flmmoa Uranches, : : ft OO (1 is h vr " . . . 1 OO For further particalars address, JAS A. WATdON, Wood8fteld, Ohio. J. W. BARBKR, New Mat auroras. 0. feb21,'S2m3, intnence of those who are fully conversant with foets occurring and to ooour. Tbe pol icy of the government bat partially devel oped by the New Administration, was last winning the confidence of the people, when the hand of the Assassin placed control of ffairs in charge of a faction whose leaders , have not at all times received favorable ; criticisms for their public aots. What tbe future policy is to be, will be foreshadowed during the first year of President Arthur's administration, and presented f the public, without fear or favor, in the columns of the Enquirer. tub: weekly edition of the Bnqnirer ought to be ia the hands ot every farmer, every mechanic and every toiler in the land Aa au agrioultural paper, full of tresh, -valuable and reliable informa tion, it will be withont a rivall a corps of bail premises so ordered to be sold ii d-. praised at $2 J0o. and may sell for not fee than two thirds of laid appraisement. w Taans or Sal One third cash ia hand: on third in one year aud one tbAd in two years; the deferred payments to bear inter est from day of sale and to be secured by mortgage on tae premise sold.' JOHN T. COLVKRROUtJR. Ex'rof the will of Elijah MeMahou, dee'd', apr4,'82wS Uc.NTKK A M ALLOKT, Atty 's ROAD NOTICE. VTOTICR is hereby given that a petition" 1 wilt be presented to the Commissioners-. of Monroe eonuty, Ohio, at their next regular session, to be held on tbe first Atonday of Jane, A. D. 1882, prating for tbe vacation contributors has been retained whose prao- i of tne county road petitioned for by Henry tical and theoretical knowledge in all I Ro,c "'"e"- known a tho Henry Mose- u - I .1 ,. , .1. . . . i; i i ...,.. u no,, ii , cmuiMiru ov ins (inm branches of good farming is unsurpassed We thank our readers for that liberal sup port that has enabled ns to print the best newspaper in the West, and ask a continu ance Of the same and yonr assistance in making known the merits of the increasing its field ot usefulness. TBRM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION TO THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER. One Copy, one year $1 One Copy, six months missioners ot said oonnty at their June session, A. Ti. lc.)4. and which is described aa follows' Commencing at or near the corner of ArthwT Smith's. James McCarnmon's, John SmrthV and Robert MrCammon's lands in tn Mn.i. yaper, and j road readiftg from Woodsfleld to Lewisville; j thence along the run on or near the line be tweon the laniU nf M,.n.. -A Pl,t t..r . .v - . .... .. . ... luLimiiiiuim, wince oeiween tne lanlr of Henry Rose and Robert MeCammon; thence throueh the land nf Rntwrf Mn-UV. , . 15 the eonnty road at or near Robert 9mith's noil 05 aprlt.wS. MA NT VETTTIOSVItlH. tZ f CQftfe day at home, Sam pies worth Tm w Af$5 tree. Address cStinsoj & Co., nl:md, Main, mehwJ'2v, i ft C. :i$S6 a week in yonr own town. Terms aud $5 outfit free, Address H Hallbtt Portland, Maine, mehJ,'f?t, SUBSCRIPTION RATE3 FOR THE DAILY EXqUIRKR. 1 Mo. A Mm. fi Mos. 1 Tear Sunday k Daily. $1 50 I3- 75 7 00 $14 00 Daily est tun, lay . 1 25 3 25 0 00 12 00 Any three days.. 65 1 75 3 25, 6 00 Any two days ... 45 1 25 2 25 7 4 00 Any one day . . . . 25 65 1 25 2 00 Snnday Issue ... 2t 6a 1 25 2 00 FARAX A M cLE AX, Pnbllsbers, Ulaclnnatl. . Specimen copies free. mehJIHant. otIce to Teachers. THE Board of Examiuers of Monroe Coun ty will hold meetings fc the examina tion of Teachers as follows: Woodtffcld, Saturday, June 8.1882. Jnly29, (I Those desiring certificates 0 f any grade must be examined. By order of the Board. DAVID McVAY, PreaJden. Jis. A. Watso, Ciera. apr25,'82td. 9