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B. Z. & C. R'Y CO TIME TABLE. Takf Effect 5.03 a.m., Dec. 1, 1S83. Trains make mnaection with the B. & P. i ad C. -A P. R-urrearl.,. also. withO.nt, Prince's steam Hosts, f r Wheeling. Train, run daily, Snnday excepted. YKAIX CJOING EAST. U.vbb, No. 24, No. 2J. Fa. 26 Mall A Pass, r m. .:I0 Accom. & Ebb, a m. -Mosville rtS Caldwell 10:09 Barabsville ...10 45 5ommrfleld,ar. 11:45 Bamaerflald, lr .1-2:15 Mail.Bxp A Paaa. . .1.45 1 .2oi .7.10 5.-0$.. 5:14., 5:20 . , 5:31 . 5.3ri. 5.4 . 5:50 . 5:58. :tS 6 t0.. t:5l . , Pryar Mero Brister BarkUart Hamiltra ... lewiFTille .. Buebaaan .... Eerr Wood a fie Id .. . Oaark Jerusalem . . . . . BeallsTille Crbapple Alledonia Armstrong .... Pap tin a .. ... SWT Jacobsburg ... 12:28 . 12-36 . 12 47 . 13.-61 . :2:s 1 06.. .1:17 . . 10 . .140 . .n.. ..a. 6,50. .145 7 13. .3.00 '24, .3, 11 .. 7,34 . 32t 7.44. .3,35.. 4,05. .4,10. 4,22. .4.40. .4.5? . .5.15.. ...7 49 ....8.04 ..... pV 8,08 . t 8.17 ...8,31 ...8.40 ...0.00...... ...9.5 1 lrvin Mapieton . . Boady Side, Bellair. ... .5.35 TWAINS GOING WET. Li ate. No. 25. No. 21. No. 23. Mail and Aceom.A Hail, Rp Pas.eager. Kxpress. kPass'gr A X. A. x. r u. .2,10 2 25 0.40 2.4 9 .2,69 Sit S.' 3.35 .3.45 3,56 .4 05 4.15 Bellalre .6,00 .... ,.,,,.6,13. 6,28 .... 6,40 6,56 713 Shady Bide Mapteton ........ Irwin Bethel JaMbsbarg Kslser ...7,18 ... ...7.49 .. ...7,57... ..8.13 . , ...8,t3 ... Captina Armstrocg, All.drnia. Crabapple. BeallsTille Jerasaiem Oiark Wood.fi.Id K.rr ..... .8-46- 9.10 4 57 ..9 24 4.33 .10.05 5,00 .1018 5,06 Buchanan , Wwisviita I f,33 . .....10,45. 10.65. .5,19 5,28 .5,37 5,43 Hamilton Bnrkkart ... .1103... Brister Jf.ro Pry or Pamroerfleld.'ar . . . 9usBmrfield,v...8.00. JarabfTiile .8.55. Caldwell 9.S2 ZanesTille 13.00 .11,09 5.47 111 24. 5,57 .11,32.... .11.45 ... .12.00.... 1,0 pm. ..1.4t... 600.... 6,03 6,16 5. L HOONBY, Prefideut. B. Hot. Vaster of Transportation. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CARD. KA STBOUN1) -Xoven ber 18,1883. 1 S T as e a 3 - o. M CO M o i o. No. No. No. . 1. 5. 3. Leare . pm am pv Chicaner time5.01 f:fl 8.?6 No. 11. PX '8:38 AX 1:0 8". e i PX IM 3:20 5:08 5.35 4:50 6:35 AX 2:28 Oarrett ... Defiance . . .10.17 .11.33 AM . 1:07 . 1:30 4:14 6:22 7.-07 7:t5 9:15 1615 b a n s a am 25Uis Fos'.oiia Tima Lv Pandaskr . Ckteaxo Iae, Mansfield .... 2:15 .3:11 7:35 Wt. Vernon. Arr Newark. .4:12 8:52 11:36 :30 4:55 9:36 12.30 7:15 am pm "I 9 2:40 8.40 ArrColnrobus. f8:40 am pm LveCo1xmbns2:30 8.20 11:40 4:30 lTwark...5:05 9:50 12:5a 6.15 Wh'ng pm 3:63 7: 1 6 IB 2:50 f5,45 Aec'n. Zaneiville ...5:53 10:36 Cambridge... 6:39 11:16 am Barnesville . ..7:29 12:20 ArBeHaire...8-20 1:19 pm fl:00 i no 355 4.60 6 30 6:46 7:50 10 06 Arr Wheeling 10 05 Lt Wheeling. .9 :no 3 05 2:05 PX t.25 3:33 5:30 AM 6,30 7,30 pm 3:60 Arriva Washington Baltimore.. PX .9 43 11,10 am .3:05 Philadelphia New York.. 7:40 .6.50 10.35 WK8TBOUND. a . w a S - o M as o i 3a e y o 35 b a 5 No. 4. No. 6. No. 2 No 8410. No. 12 Leave . New York. . pm n'gt pm ..7:0 13:00 fl.00 Philadelphia.. lo:f-0 3:55 4;0O am Baltimore 3:00 0;0O 0:00 Washington ...3:05 10:15 10:10 pm , pm ArWkoeliia-...3:06 12:35 10:40 p lvWboeHaig Beilairo Barnesville . Cambridg. . . .3:00 11:35 9:40 am 3:00 9.35 f8:50 f4:50 .3:00 11:27 am 3,58 lt,3 10:39 9:55 .4,47 1.30 11:23 f5:l5 pm 5:33 o e 2? Zanesville. . . Arr Newark. . Colambas. 5:49 .6:40 .8,30 3.30 12:23 6,S 8:25 1:20 7 03 4:50 3,40 8:40 am am 2,30 11.40 0 a K pm t,30 6:15 7-11 8:40 pm Lv Co lam bus. 4:30 pm Newark 7:05 3:40 1:40 Hi Vernon... 8 01 4:33 2 36 Mansfield . . 9:29 5:58 4:03 Shelby Jnno.. 9,51 6.-24 4:27 ,r Sandusky 8:65 6:30 Sandusky 4,60 pm am pm Lvo Chi Jnno 10:30 f8:0 6:25 Tiffln H-,23 9:20 7:18 Postoiia 11:49 0.52 7;64 am pm Defiance 1:30 13.01 9:47 Barrett 3:00 1:57 11:33 ArChleageytme8:t9 7:11 5.31 8:29 SlrrnlBC r Arrangemcnl ! Xoien ou Rnnnlng of Trains. Train, are iun on Central Standard Time. 80 Jferidaat There i. a difference of 60 mtnutea between Afain Lino Time Bast of the Ohio Biver, acd Trans -Ohio Division Time West of tko Ohio Biver. No. 1 Bans 'all; has B k 0 Palace Sleep ing Car attached from. Chioago to Washing ton. Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York, and InJianapolis to Wheeling via Colnmbns Dining Car from Chicago to Walkerton This ia a solid train from Chioago to New York an change of cars of any olasi. No. 5 Bans daily from Sandusky to Bal timore and New York, on all other Divisions ,i,ilT. .xrent Sunday. Sleeping Car from Toledo daily via MonroeviJIe. He 3 Rnr.s dailr; hu B& '.Palaee fc;ieep j J log Cars attached f.ora Chicago to Baltimore. No. 4 f &4J Rang daily from Colambas to - - V,rV mnA Mai Q anil rt Aatr .vrjnr Ann. I v fl .j ' Mo 4 Ran. daily; has B A 0. P.laoe Sleep, I In. P.,. .ft.nh. f. b. TnrV tn Cklsm I Dining Car from Walkerton to Chioago. j Sle.ping Car from Wheeling to Indianapolis, I ria Coluirbas, uaily. " j N . fi Rons daily from Baltimore to Pan. ' JIm '..!.. 1... . . rk.A niviaUn ' t TTW J BUll ilUUIUUr. V , KV io.w dailr. except Panda?: baj B SO. f-laoe Sleeping Car attaohed to Toledo, via Hon roerille and W. i, L, 8 R R. H- Q'D. 4.I1-. Si.. D in 9lunlti P.t ttnhd f,om Raltimor., to Chica. T r Train. No 2 and S hare a throng Coach between Colnmbm and Sandusky daily, and; Columons and Wheeling driv. No 11 Runs daily on illneago Division to Detroit and New York, via Auburn Junction Surpeosion Bridge Has through Sleeping Car attached. Uiuiug Car from Chicago to Walkerton. Strait? rille Divish n Trains ran daily tx oept Sunday. 'Indicate trains run dally. flndicate trains rau daily except 'Sunday NOTB. Where no Time is given apposite Stations, Train, do not stop . ft UoLB' "M TMMI agent, nam mora. W. B. RBPPRRT, Pass. Ag't, Columbus. C. K LORD (Jen. Pas.. Agt, Baltimore, L. P. NEUHART, DEALER IS General Hardware, (Veuhart's Corner Bail din?,) Woodsfield, O., Keeps constantly on hand Champion Grain Drills, Nnlla, Mrchitnlr'4 Tool. Table anal Pocket ntl ij. t;iKul tnral ImpiemKiilN. Ruiitl r'H Hardware, Ac. Ac. In faot every Wmg asaally kept in a Hard ware Stare. Call and compare prices before baying. L. P. BKUHART. prl7,"83r. boat .'xty million copies ot Tbb Soir hare gone out ot our eataoi sument aartng ino past twelve month;. IT yoa were to paste end to end all the oolumns of all . Tub ubs printed and sold last year yon would get a .rontinaoa strip of interesting Information, common sense wis don sound doet ine. ant sane wit long enough to reach from Printing Hon e square to tbe top of Mount Coprnicua in the moon, then back to Printing House f qu ire and then three fourths of tue way back to the moon again. Hut Tea Sn is written for tbe inhabitants of the earth; this same strip of intelligence would arfrdte lb globe tweu'y-seven er t enty-efght times. If every buyer of a copy of Taa "tnt du ring the past year has spent only cne hour over it, and if hi s wife or bis grandfather bas spent another hoar, this newspaper in 1883 has afforded the human race thirteen thou sand years of steady readlaw, xsffat and day. it is only by little calculations like these that yon oan form any idea of the circula tio i of the moat popular of Amerioau news papers, or of its influence on the opinions and actions of American men and women. ''he Sun is, and will oontinne to be.a news paper which te Is the truth without fear ol ooris.qnecaes, whioh gets at the faots no matter bow much tin process oosts, whioh presents the news of all the world without waite tf words and in the most readab'e ! shupe, -vhlch Is working with al1 its hea-t for the cause of honest government, and wires therefore believes that the Rp'ibli cati party mast go, and mmt go in this earn ing year of our Lord, 1884. If yon know Tbc Sch. yon like it alread r, and y u will read it with accustomed dili gence and profit daring what is sure to be the meat interesting year in its historv. I' yru do not yet know Th s o;n, it is h'gh time to get into the sunshine. Termfl In Nail Snbserlb rs. The several editions of The Su are sent by mail, potpaid, as follow.': DAILY 50 cents a month, $6 a year; with 8ndr edition. $7. SUNDAY Bight pages. This edition fnr nishes the current- news of the world, special articles of exceptional interest 4o everybody, and literary reviews ot new books of the highest merit. 8J1 a year. WBBKLY fl a year Right pages of the best matter of the daily Isanes; au Ag ricultural Department of nneqialled valne, speoial market reports, and lite rary, scientific and domestic intelligence make Tbi We ki t Sua the newspaper for the farmer's household. To clubs of ten with $10, an extra copy free. Address I. W, BNQLAND, Publisher, noT27,'83w6. ' Thi rux, N. Y. City, TOBACCO CHEWERS A REWARD Of SAM CASH, 1 ,000 Imported Jtorrity Pocket Knires and 5,000 pound, of tbe Great ZOO-ZOO CHEWING TOBACCO TOT BE GIVEN AWAY! WCBIER nying om apt win it. wioo t..ut,8uotoa.o lOOtSth. 50toSth.siiJOio7ih. i su. 2Q ;.i tft' . si 10 w hHb. S.j to Utb. X Imported P :. k r t Knivoe worth $1 each. S.IK HI uor.nda AHt7.(H) 1' .2 Tobacco, to tarnoi wilt, nod re lha fk--f rewud, SlOO Coah, second bitrhesi 890, and so on down to a loct Uog of ZOO-ZOO tobioco Time OtarUtmu and N.w Tsar rewards will bo distributed between Decan ter SUh and January lxt Cbew thi. deucbtfoi to bcoo. toe bmt .Ter Btudr. Save tbe burs and eud thmbymaitetweenlcmrI5tbndStothe WJLLSON it MeCAIXAY TOBACCO CO. MIDULl'TO'VN. OHIO. BV Cat addrwes out nr. A paste on EnTriope. This is THE FINEST POUND PLUG EVER MADE. ASK YOUR DIALER FOR ZOO-ZOO. Br lamlMt CO kaYins It and yoa will use no otaca t. ,v.n in mtfltion ttio InnTMt ntimMT of tUf. TU ngl4,'53m6. BRIDGE NdflfcE. S' BALBD PROPOSALS will be reoeived at the Auditor's Offloe Woodsfleld, Monroe County, Ohio, till 1 o'clock p. m. Thursday, Jaonary 3 184 . for the erection of TWO BRIDGES, AND ABUTMENTS for same. One bridge, single track, 86 feet long and 14 feet wide, at Alezander'a mill, Perry township, across Wltten Frk of Mus kintum Cr ek. The other bridge, 'ingle track, 55 feet long and 14 feet wide, across Ctane's Nest Creek. Oreen township, on tbe road leading from Cameron to New Caatle Separate bids are required for each bridge, but bids may include bridfes and base thereof. No plans or specifications prepared by the Commissioners: bat bidders are invited to tarnish plans and specifications, accompany ing their bide, aetting forth the nature, quality and size of the materials to be used in the erection of said bridges; the strength of-tbe structure when completed, and the separate cost of base and superstructure, , when any proposal includes both; and also whether there is any patent right on the proposed plan, or any, and If any, what part thereof. Contract for each bridge to be awarded to the person, or persons, giving security as re qnired by la, who is the lowest and best I responsible bidder, or bidders, considering price, plan material and method of oon. ctrnction, bat the Commissioners reserve the ri jlit to reject any or all bids. Botb to bs covered wooden bridges. 8. A. ATKINSON Auditor Monroe County. Ohio, dce,'83U. Twists and Twinges. bright autumnal Sunday, "here is a lesson j .from tn9 ufl!ld- SSfi h I lu" r "uu " uu" Bu" uo P-- "ry henmatlo paiu ia bat r thrust of the hutk- ling-peg, and every neuralgio tw nge Is only ! twist of the husker." Possibly; bat nobody wants to be hacked , lor all that, and nature teaches us to resist . ttiA nrrif.Ji Therefore, we accept with grat ! , ' " itude whatever helps as to sarpress those j very twists and twinges. i L' LL. . I n . . o:- ?: NYU ! Sl. " N: Y ' Alfred Br K'enh I i T1 "JTL .... ,..,. . . . . ' j i he numerous remedies w'uioh I tried, none i ' enedtt-d me. Bat Parkbr's Tosic gare me j great sail-faction. I certify with p eainre ' that it restored ray health You are welcome : to publish '.his anil n-e my name." ' Merr8. Hiocox A Co call espeoial atteotion i to the faot that this preparation, which has : t.aen known a Parkrk'8 OtXOSH Tonic, will ! hereaf:er be advertised and sold simply nn- j jdar .the name of Parkss's Texts. As nu- principled dealers are coastantly deueiriog ': their customers bv substituting inferior preparations under the name ot ginger, and as ginger is really an unimportant iugred''- ; ent, we drop the misleading word. There id no change, however, in the prepa j ration itself, and all bottles remaining in the ' hands of dealers, wrapped under the name of Parser's (J i. mi bs Toxic, contain the gena- iae medicine if tbe fae simile e'guatnre of I Hhci x & Co is at the bottom of the outside wrapper. TUTTS PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From tliuau annrovs nriao thi ce-fourths ot thi) diseased of tlio iinuuu nice. These BTmptonu indicate their existence: Lo. of App.Mte, Bevel co.uw, Biek Head ache, fwlliiei. after cutlUK, aversion la exertion of body or mind, Ernetattou of food, Irritability of temper, Low .spirits, v feeling of having negiecteel num. duty, Dlzxlucs, Fluttering at the nenrt, nt before the .ye., highly eol otcH Vri le, tHXTIPATIOI, anil (te mjina tho use of romedy thnt acts dlreeUy ou tho l.ivur. AsaUvoi- tried icine Tl'TT'S PI I.I.S hnrn no oqaal. Tbeir nation on tho Kidneys anaSktn Isal.o prompt; removing nil impurities through these three ' cv engera of the sy.tent," prodncins appe tite), sound digestion, regular stools, a clear .kin aud a vigorous body. TCTT'S PH.LS cuuse no nausea or griping nor mterfsro with d iiiv work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. HE FEELS I.IKE A SEW If AH. "I hare had Dyspepsia, with Constipa tion, two years, and huro tried ten different kinds of pills, und TCTT'S ape the first that hare done me any good. They have cli-nm-d me oat nicely. My appetite is rpli'iidid, food digests readily, and I now Intva natural passages. I feel like a new man." W. b. EDWARDS, Palmyra, O. f-oldcTfrywhcre.a.V. Offire.ff Mnrr.y8t.,N.Y. TUTT S HAIR DYE. Gray Rain ok WiiiaKana changed in. atuntjy toaULosar Slack by a single np-plii-ntlo-1 -of this DTK. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of 91. Offloe, H Murray. Street, New Tork. TDTT'S MANUAL OF D0HUL RECEIPTS FREE. ang7,'83T.' NEW Y0RK HERALD. WEEKLY EDITION, S1.00 YEAR. It ooaUins all the general news of the Daily Edition, of the Herald, which ha. the largest circulation in the United States. INDEPENDENT IN POLITIC i, it is tbe most valuable chronicle of political news in the world, impartially giving' the oc currences and opinion, of all parties, so that all sides may be known. 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It will always be the aim of the publish, en to make Harpib's Weekly the moit pop ular and attractive fa nilv newspaper in tbe world, and, i 1 the pursuance of this design, to present a constant improvement in all those features whioh have gained tor it the oonddence, sympathy, and support of its large army of readers, Harper's Periodicals. Per Year. HARPER'S V7KKKLY ...$4 00 HARPER'S MAGAZINE 4 00 HARPER'S BAZR . 4 00 HARPBB?S YOfJNft PKOPLR 1 50 HARPER'S FRANKLIN SQCARK LI BRARY, One Year (5$ Numbers) 10 00 Pottage Fret to nil ivbteribers in the United StaUe or Canada. The Volumes of tbe Wbbki.v begin with the first Number for January of eavh year. When no time i) mentioned, it will be under stood that 'he subscriber wishes to com mence with the number next after the re ceipt of the order. The last Four Annusl Volume) of Har per's WsrKLV. in neat oloth binding, will be sent by mall, postage paid, or by express, free of expense (provided tbe freight doe. not exceed one dollar per volume), for $7 per volume. Cloth Case, for each volume, suitable for binding, will be sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of 91 each." Remittances should be made by Po.toffioe Money Order or Draft, to avoid ohaaoe of loss. Newspapers are not to eopy this adver tisement without tbe express order of Bab. pbb& Brothers. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, New Tork. uov.fl,'?.. FHE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 18S3. HOUSEHOLD H1NT8. Little brass legged tables are the rnnst fashionable UDon which to serve after noon tea. Tney are covered Willi a! laimv lace cloth. To beep knives and forks in good con dition when not in use, dust the h'ades and hrnnM with finelv nowilereii miek lime nn I keep tboru wrapped in flannel. Oyster p'ates are said to be out of fashion Rtw oysters must now he served on single shells, bnrieti in a mass of snow, ice and celery, with a bit ol lemon in the center. Ice cream is no longer served in bricks. At one dinner party latrlv it was maie up inlo the shape of a larg watermelon, and the gues 8 wpre served each a slice on a dsintv glass diah. Square table of raahO'-inv for the dining-room are superseding the round cornered ones of hlack walnut Kvery body now bas a piece of heavy canton j flannel beneath tho tahleclo'h. Floating Island Best yolks ot 3 eggs until very light: sweeten and flavor to taste; s'ir into a n ia t of bulling 'milk; cook till it thickens ; then cool pour into a low glass disu; whip the whites of the ezgs to a stiff froth, sweet en and set over a boiling rtUjh of hot water to cook Take a 'ahlespoon and diop the whit 9 on the top of the cream, far enough apart so that the "little white islands witl not louch each other. Parsnif Stkws Three slices of salt pork, boil one hour and a half; ecrape sis parsnips, cut in quarters, lengthwise; add to tbe pork and let boil one half hour, then add a few potato s and le all boil together until tlie pclatocs are toft Lehom Pudding Four egg, fou; lemons, grated bread crumbs to thicken, sugar to sweeten, one cup of suet an i one cup of milk. S:eam three hours. Wheat Muffins O ie quart of fl ur, two tablespoonfuls of 9ur, Ave egits. teaspoonful of aoda dissolved in ii ji wa ter, two teaspoon uls of cieam tartar, milk enough to mate a thick butter. Cinnamon Roll. Take a piece of pie crust, roll it out and cut it in narrow strips; sprinkle cinnamon . over it ami roll up liuht ; put in a tin pan which has been well oiled with butter ; bake until brown. Podding Sauck- R tb well together until light lour large tablespoonfuls o light biown sugar, two ounces of butter ; stir in'o a teacup of boiling water,qu c ly and 1 until H has dissolved; on no accotint omit stirring constantly till wel dissolved, or it will Ipse its lightness ; add grated nu'meg to taste. Serve hot Corm I'm ad Three cups of coin meal, two cups o fl iur, half a cup f sugar, one and a half cups ot ewet milk, Ave eg?s, four te tspoo i'uIs of ba king pewder. Lehon Batter for Tarts. 0n pound pulverizid sugar; whites of six eggs and yolks ot two; three le nous. in. eluding grated rin l and j iice; cook 20 minutes over slow fire, stirring all the while. FACTS. Those contemplating; a trip westward will certainly do well to carefully con sult the time tables of the Baltimore and Ohio road. Its celebrated fast trains, its safe connections, and rates always as low 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 eare is taken to Insure comfort and convenience. Trains run through without change of jars to Chicago, where direct connection is made with all leading lines to the west, northwest and southwest, making hut a single change of cars to Iowa, Ti.sss, Nebraska, Texas. Minnesota, ovo. No other line can offer such advan tages as the Baltimore and Ohio. I's costs bat 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 chase tickets before having a talk or re ceiving a letter from one of the B. & O. Agents. A letter .addressed to W. K. Reppert, Columbus, Ohio; to J T. Lane, Wheeling, W. Va , to J. A. Webb.Fos toria, Ohip; to T. A. Lee Zanesville, Ohio, or a call npon either of these gen tlemen will lead to thorough informs tion as to all necessary details of time connections, fares, baggage, etc, etc. A Laeds paper says that a young pgr, nw in that city. uo writes well, ta train ing herself for an editor. Who is tbe ditor? "At that," continue s story teller, who was relating a personal ixperience, 'm v face fell." ''Did anybody pick it up?" interrupted a listener. ' What do yoa mean?" O j, nothing; only if somebody had picker it up sod bid it away out of sight it would have been such a relief to your friends " No, Esmeralda, no; a smile does not 'all across one's path like a gleam of sunshine in a gray day Hair the time a smile doesn't mean anything but a contraction of certain muscles We have seen men smile when tbey missed their train. We have seen a man smile as he climbed tbe dreary stairs that led to a dentist's parlors. A section gang of firemen on a hand car, returning home on the Southern Ohio division of the Indiana, Bloom ington and Western ra Iroa i, near Be theada, O , yesterday evening, were over taken bv a construction enine running wild. William Clay and Michael Mc Crmtck were killed, and Wm. Morti mer severely, and others slightly, injur ed. The great Napoleon msriied a widow. Scarron'a wiiow became a court favor ite Roussean went crazy after a widow, and Gibbco, the biitorian, made himself ridiculous over one. D:sraeli married a widow, and three ol tbe most distin guished widows in Europe to-day are tbe Empress Eugenie of the French, Queen Isabella of the Spanish and Queen Victoria of the English. A lady at a hotel, whose untuly cbi dren annoy everybody in tbe house, the o her day said to a. note'd teacher, si ting near her at tbe table: "Professor, do you believe in tbe use of the rod, in the management of cbildieo?" Tbe Professor glared at ber annoying cbil. dren and grimly replied: 'Sometimes, madam; but there are cases when I should prefer a revoher." "Yes," the tall tbin passenger admit ted, "a crying bab , is Indeed a sore trial. But then you must remember that a baby cannot swear, and when a human being is being dandled up and down on tbe loose end of a two-inch safety-pin. it's got to do something, and if it can't swear it mast holler." And the jury was only out about two minuttB and then cause in with a vcr lid tor ibe defendant. Grand Holiday Excursion to the Valley ot Virginia via B. & O. K. B. On Tuesday, November 13th, 1883, the B. 4 O. R R. will sell round trip tickets to Harrisonburg, Vs., and return, from all Coupon stations on its Trans Ohio Divisions, at extremely low rates, and make the tickets good returning on all regular trains for sixtv rlsva. This will Se one of the most delightful ex cursions ever given. The tar lamed mountain scenery now draped in i's ati ,nmnal aM,re ,ne -reat Shenandoah Valley will fill all lovers of the beauti- ifulwrh exquisite pleasure, whilst tbe long length of time given enables old Virginians to visit their fiiends and rel atives, ami hunters to enjoy their favwr ite sport. N one should mis this gol den opportunity Call on B. k O tick et agents and get rates and time of ex cursion train from vour station. A Fair Warning-. An eccrniric old gpnileman who had married bis second wiV, a hoydenisb voung crentuie, enter nil ed a arty o: gentlemen one afternoon, and was much chagrined by the nn up; carance of his gillish spouse. Up n inquiring he as certained that lie Hsin t ie garden, and h reupon invited his guests out to he Introduced to Iter As they mse to ac cept the invitation, his son, a Isd o' 'onrtem, tx-laimel ; 'Don't do it; dad!' 'Whv not ? 1 ho asked angrilv. '-Because, " re'urrvd the b y. ba'f a mloge' icollv. ' she's up a cherry tre ." Brook lyn Etjfls Baby Elephant. Bnrnum is overjoyed wiih his acqu". sition the baby el pliant and declie aooo mn .1 . i n ... .ouu.uw nuu u not uuy it. nu tiers . 852,000 for an insurance of the life of; the infant for 52 weeks Su'ely. if tie ; knew the ul value of Pe una end! Mmkalin. he would do no aticli foolish j thiau, cs they are ihe most successful j protective meaicines that have -ver bein introiluced in the huuian ftroi v. No cne can take any di ease while taking Ptruna before each tneal. and kee i i. the bowels regular w.th Manalin Ak vour D ii .-gist lor the book on the '-Hit of Life." The borse that J. Wilkes Bi'Otri rode alter he assasM iated President Lincolr. is in the possession of a Mrs. Fuil ng of YVesim -rlind crunty, Virg oik Te tnimal is 25 jeass ot age. . Never fails to cure an whatever. r Also all diseases ol the Uuduer, For Incontlueuce of Urine. (Wettlhi tbe Bed, ) rSRt'XA is a positive cure. in Errors of Youth Peruxa isasne Vor Brick Oust j other detxKlts tat. For Nervous '1 Imldlty take Fkruna. Pkruna will nositivelv cure Sexual De bility, and restore the fanchons to their normal vigor For Nervous Prostration. eesslve natural or unnatural PacirA Is a sure cure. 1 Aeed and lounz Persons who are turtied too freauently at nUrlit. to water, can roly implicitly on pkruna. For Urinary Diseases of both sexes, for Female Comnlalnts of all kinds, and for uiitci. rsKvuA is a specmc For Chronic Nasal Catarrh KRUHA IS the only euro. For our uamnhler on the --llLiof Life" ask your druggist or address the proprie tors, Dr. 8. K HartinanACo., Osborn, O. i or consupauon tae nothing except apt3,'t!oY. BASKET PIUG to3oo Is the best combination of thr CHOICEST LEAF, PUREST SWEETENING, OEUCIOUS FLAVORING. It Is unequalled, and is the AMERICAN CHEW A TRIAL Willi. COITVIirCE YOTJ That the Old Favorite WIGWAM And the New Favorite Wide Awake Are the best SMOKING TOBACCOS of the day. SPENCE BROS, ft CO., Cincinnati. nov0.'83m6. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A beneficial dressing prefcrr. 1 to similar art- iclcs because of its puri ty and rich perfume. It I4storM to C: my Hair the loatlilul Color preventi jboirun ani fallin'rof the hiir, io. & ; . . i r km & c. eK.Y, Kxcth th- finest flow? xiracti ia rithneu. Delicate, very i-t:cjr, io Mor iat n. h sure you ,--t t lu:;s TOV Cloe, slgnaurt at V.-.v-z & Co.. N Y., cn trarj bbl. 15 and 75 ct ;., at dro--i and d ibr la perfume. feb27,'83T. IfOTIC'IS TO TEAt'HERS, THE Board of Examiners of Monroe County wih hold meetings for the examination of teacher, as follows: Woods-field, Saturday, October 13, 1883,and at the olose of Teachers' Institute'. Those desiring certificates of any grade must be examined. Examinations to oommeuoe at 8 o'clock. Ft order of the Board ect2,'83td. J A VIES A. WATSON, Clerk. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Eital.e ot Chrittin Bonmgartner, Dec'd T 'HE undersigned bas been appointed and qualified as Ad:umitrator of tbe estate of Christian Banmgartner, late of Monroe county, deceased. Datd this ltj'.h day of N v tuber, A. D. 1883 JAMKS BAUMGARTNKR. dot20,'S3w3. HK l) EMOTION NOTICE. 7o Frtd KintMhergerorwkom itmas Concern: Notice is beteby given that James Smith has paid into the County Treasury a sum gulSoieBt to redecui part of tbe south half I of tbe southwest quarter of the northeast quarter, sold at a Delinquent Tax Bale by John Ruegegger. Treasurer of Monroe oounty, Ohio, January 16, 1833 in the name of James Smith to Fred Kinde berger. S. A. ATKINSON, nov2t,'83tS. Auditor Monroe Co.. Ohio . r n.iQney nisease m ma taawu by ex-1 Imiulynces. i dls-1 make I tor"" Infants and Children Without Morphine? or Wasroofine, What gives our Children rosy cheeks. What cures their fevers, makes them sleep; Tin -nstorin. Whon Babies fret, and cry by turns, What cures their colic, kills their worms Bnt Castor!. What quickly cm-es Constipation, Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion : But Castorla. Farewell then to Morphine Syrups, Castor OU aud Paregoric, and ' . Hail Castorla. Centaur Liniment.-AaaJb- solute cure for Rheumatism, Sprains, Burns, Galls, &c., and as instantaneous Pain-reliever. nly24 83t. Dr.fli inn Indian mm? Cores all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. Millions testify to its efficacy in heal- ling the above named diseases, and pro- fi wnm bt ii a nounoe it to do tne BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN. Guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia. TUADE 11 ARK ITAGENTS.WANTEP.il Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists sell it jan23,'83T. STYLISHGOODS! This being my first Ff 11 Season with yon, it Is needless to say that my stock of IFeill etncl "A7'n.tGjr Goods Is entireiv New. and selected in the Eastern Market with an espeoial view of pleasing THE B-LLAIRB AND COUNTRY TRADE. My entire stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS aud the largest variety ot styles and prioes in cannot fail to please hoso who may give me a call. You oau find anything in my line from the finest silk hat to the cheapest soft hat ever banded over the coanter ot a First Class Gents' PurnishiBg Store- A visit to my establishment will satisfy any one that I have the Most Complete Stock ever offered to the Bellaire trade . Rememb tr the place. A. J. GILLELAND, UNION ST.. NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, BLLLA 1 It E.OfllO. A. . C H ILL. FRmTERR&WFECTIONER, NO. Ill BELMONT HT., II EI. JL A IRE. OHIO. I have tbe purest hands the freshest Fine and Common Bananas, Pine Apples, Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, and other tropical Fruits. IP El -A. 3TUTS, nd all other kinds of Nuts furnished the trade at fair rates. 4fy goods are purchased from leading houses In New York, Philadelphia and Boston. Deal nr can save money by purchasing at my establishment. . Orders by mail will reeeiv prompt attention. 3L. O. HILL, NTo. ill Belmont St., Bellalre, O. aay8. '83i6. Plummer's Fine Art Gallery, 113S Main street. TVTieeli-igr, West Va. Dozen Best $6 00 Cabinet Dozen Fine Card Photographs, according to style and nnit-h. All kinds of Photographs made in PRICKS CHARGED AT OTHER GALLERIES. All kinds of PICTURES COPIED and ENLARGED FOR FRAMING, also, I The Largest Stock of Picture Frames, Motto Frames, Albums, Looking Glasses, Parlor Brackets, 4c , in the City. . JOHKr DEALER I DRY GOODS and GROCERIES Keeps always in stock a full line of Dry floods, Ready Made Clothing, Groceries, Hardware, Boots and hops, Bats and Caps, Queeuware, Glassware, and every other artiole, usually tound in a first-olaes store ' Sells the " ' 5 - '" !.' B- I ..; Bevelry and Syracuse Chilled Iron Plows. Also, travelers will be afforded the best of accommodation at the Mansion Honse, a hotel under my control. Charges reasonable. The traveling publio are invited. iyd.Wy. Oraysville, FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING. FURNITURE Alwavs in store. The largest and best selected stock ol every grade of Purnitnro in the 0lty. whioh I Buy and Sell for Cash, thereby UNDERTAKING, To which I pay particular attention. My stock Cloth Casket All 1 astr Is a Fair Trial and I FRED. No 232 Union Strbbt, Next Door to et-1,'791. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE. THE Monroe County Teachers' Institute will begin DECEMBER !4tll and close with Teachers' Examination on SAT U It DAY, the 29th. A-complete and able corps of instructors bas been employed, to wit: PROF. EDWARD OLNET, of Ann Arbor ITniT.rsitir. ' Tho Pi in nt Mathematicians ." SUPT. It. W. STEVENSON, j of Columbus, OhioV ereatest Institute Worker, i will instruct in Language, Literature and Nat- j PROP. S. M. MARTtN, of Letart, Ohio, will gire instruction in Elo cution and Penmanship. With this staff of instructors, combined witb our usual able and efficient "borne nlent," we certainly can anticipate a grand and profit able cession of teachers of Monroe. LECTURES. Elocutionary Entertainment Thursday ev ening, the 27th, by S. M. Martin, and Popular Evening Lecture, by Profs. Olhey and Steven son. Teachers, this is your Institute and certain ly every teacher of tbe County should make -it his duty to be prosent and lend a helping hand. So come one, come all, and show that you are alive and in earnest and participate in a good scoial and educational feast. By order of Executive Committee. G. W. HAMILTON. 0. O. DOUGHERTY. .Nov. B7, ItSfci. ) E. J. GRAHAM. fAniTMAiMfl Blood Syrup Candies in the market, and keap coastantly on Photos, only $3 00. . 00, l 50 and $2 00, the Latest Style at about HALF THE WATSON, IN Of all kinds taken In Exchange lor Geoda. Monroe Oo., Oliio. enabling no to offer tsrBciat Babgaibs. is eo-nplete, from a plain coffin . v uv will Guarantee Hatisf action. HOFFMAN, Natkr ft Klotz, Bbllaibb, Obio. DRUG 8T0RE8. . m , . f DRUG mmmt S TOKE.JH DRUG8, PAINTS, OILS, VABNISHBS, BRUSHES, DYK STUFF, AND ALU JrOpuldr P&teilt Medicines. CAN always be found at J. T. JTJDI1NS Dreg Store, at the lowest cash prioes PURE WINES AND L1QVORS T?0T Medicinal Purposes.may always be found T at J. T. JDDKIUS'. PAINTS, OF all colors, and in every form, at J. T JDDKINS'Drug 8toro. LINSEED OIL. Ji tee sarrel or gallon, at lowest marks. rates, at J. T. JUD13N8' Drnc 8W. THE BEST COAL OIL the market also. Lard Oil. Fiak Oii 1 N Neat's Foot Oil, Ate.. Ac. can h had at T. JUDKLN3' at the lowest cask ptUt PURE WHITE LEAD, Of B. Pabnostoek's brand, whioh ii juit ly celebrated for its parity, whitenee and durability is just recefred byJ.T. JUD be sold at the lowest caaa KINS, and wfll PBU SB. PERFUMER Y. SO A P, SPICES, TOBACCO, mVWT ARB CIQA8, A NDa variety of other articles brlouf img .1 to tho OntfgUt's trade, all of wWek wiB bo sold as low as they can be afferoed. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CaasroLCT Pbbfabbb at all hour, of tho day ana uign . . ...T. Ju DKIMS. sep8r. ROBERT POPE, DEALER IN MEDICINES, -PURE EtXJGrS, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Patent Medloines, Window Glass, futty. Shoulder Braoes, Trusses. Dye Stuffs, Paints of all kinds, Oil and Varnishes, Brushes, Stationery , Blank Books, SCHOOL BOOKS AND School Stationery, Fine and StOgie Hgari. .) pa and Chimneys ; Coffee, Sngar, Teas, and Groceries of all kinds. Best Assortment of Fine Sotps in town, and everything usual 1 kept ia a First Class Drug Store. all of whioh will be sold at tho Lowest Cash Pricu. MOTORS OF BEST QUALITY, IniMrrtlrlnMl Farponv, Con stantly on Rand. Give Him n all and be Con vinced. Physicians Prescriptions Carelnlly Prepared at All Hours. Main Cross sepl ,'. Street, WooitfieU, Olio. V anlable Property lor Sale. NOTICB is given, that tbe undersigned of. fen fo" privato sale the old residence of deorge West, which lies throe miles back from Matamor-a, in Washingtoa Coanty. Obtu, and Contains 98 Acres three good dwelling houses, a good stable, a good store horse and largo packing bouse. Lis good orobard, good water, is a pnbilo plaoe. and is vxry desirable property. Por I further particular., call and tee for your selves, or call on Samnel West, of Matamo ras, or the undersigned, HKNRY P. BODB, Administrator of George West, Maaterton, Monroe Comty, Ohio. M. D. Fot.t 7r ft Sob, Att'ys. ocl2S,'83tf. f ISM- HARPER'S MAGAZINE. -TL,XJS-C,Ii,-!-.XED, Babpbb'i Masasibb begins its sixty. eighth volume with tbe December Number. It is tbe most popular illustrated periodical ia A p erica snd Bogland, always fully abreast of the times in Us treatment erf subjects of current social and industrial interest, Bad ' always advancing its standard of literary, artistio, and mechanical excel lews Among its attractions for 1SR4 are: a bow aerial bo vet by William R-Ar'x. Illustrated by Abbt; new novel by B. P. Hob, illustrated byGiBSO & Diblm-b; iesoriptive illustrated papers by Oboegb B. Bocobtob, Pbank 0. Mill.t, C. A. Pabs h am and others; impoant historical and biograpb'cal papers; short stories by W. D. Bowbllb, Cbablbb Rbab, c. Harper's Periodicals. . Per Teas j HARPER'S MAGAZINE ....$4 00 BARPER'S WKhKLY 4 00 HARPRR'S BAZiR 4 00 HARPER'S YOJNfl PKOPLB 1 60 HARPrR'S PRANSLIN SQfJASI LU BRARY, One Year (52 Numbers) ...16 00 Pottage Fret all subteribert in the Vfittd i-tates or Canada. The volumes of the Masasibb begin with tbe numbers for June and December of eaoh year. When no time is specified, ft will be understood that tho . subscriber withe, to begin with the current number. The last B ght Jnlame. of Babfbb's Jao. abiks, in neat oloth binding, will be seat by mall, postpaid, on receipt of $3 por rolums. Cloth Cases, for binding, SO cent, each by mal. postpaid. Index to Habfbb'b Maoasibb, Alphabetical, AnalyUoal, and Claasifiad, far Volume. 1 to 60, Inolusive, from June, 1850, to June, 1880, one vol.. 8vo. Cloth, $4. Remittances should bo mad by PostoaW Money Oader or Draft, to avoid chance of IBM. Newspapers are not to copy this advertise ment without the express order of Babfbb 4 Bbotbbks. Address BARPER & BROTHERS, New York. nov20,'b-3. ATTACHMENT. 1 Wllli-m X flnrl.s. l.l..tiff 1 Before P. tf. I " r- eo- i i i r . 4 Q-.M. T. K. AfoCaan & Co V Beard, Justrco def ts. of tho Poaea of Center township, Monroe county, Ohio: On the 27th day of September, A. D. 1883, said justice issnod an order of attachment in the above action lor tbe rata of 134 18, with interest front July 80, 1883 and OSS he probable ooatr. Bald a use is set lor I tr ial December i9, 1883, at 9 o'clock nov iS.'BSw'd. P. M. BEARD, J.