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B. Z. & C Tt'Y CO. TIME TA BEE. Take Effect 5.05 a.m., Dec 1, 1883. Trains make connection with the B. & O. nd C. & f . Railroads, also, with Capt Prince's steatnboi's, f r Wheeling. Trains ran daily, Sunday excepted. TRAINS GOING EAST. Leaves. No. 24, No. 22. No. 26 Aooom. Mail Bx? Vail ft ft Bxp. ft Pass. Pass, am. p m. Zanesvillo Caldwell . Sarahsville .. 6:45 :10 . .10:09 5:45 ..10 45 6:20 tfainnurfield.ar. 11:45 . eTelO-i Burumerfirld, Iv.l2:l5 5;W Pryor 12:2 .. ..5:14 Mero 12-38 ... 5:20 Briater 1247 .... 5:31 Burthart 12:53 .... 6.S6 Hamilton .... :2;59 .... 5 43. LwwUville 1 06 5:60 Buchanan 6:58 Kerr 1:30 6:13 WoodeSeld 140 ,...6zO Oaark, Jerusalem... Beallsvirle . . Crabapple . . . Alledonia ... Armstrong . . Captina .. Kelsty Jacobabarg . Bethel lrviu Mapleton . . Shady Side. ,f.9 f:6l .2.29 6,59.... ..4,45 7.13 ..3,00 '24 ..3.U 7,34 ,.32 7.44 . 3.35 7 49 . 4.05 8,04 , ..4,10 8,08 4,22 8.17 4 40 8,31.. .. . ..4 5 8,40 ..5.15 00 .5 35 .9.15 Bellaire TRAINS GOING WEST. HAYES. No 25 No. 21. No. 23. Wail ai.d Accam.ft If ail, Exp Passenger. Express. Pass's r. a. a, Bellaire .. 8 had j Side Mapleton Irwin Bethel Jacobs burg Kelsey A a. p.m 6,00 2,10 6.13 225 6,28 .... ,40 6 40 2.49 6,56 .... 2,59 712 3.12 .. ..7,16 3.16 . ... 7,49 3,35 7.57 3.46 8.12 3,66 8,23 4 05 8.4... V. 4.15 9.10 47 921 4,83 10,05 5,00 1818 ,W , 10,33 6,19 .... 10,45 5,28 10 55 5,37 .... .1 1 03..., 6,43 11,09 5,47 11 24 ... 6,67 11,32 6,03 11,45 6,15 CaptiDu . Armstrong Alledonia. Crabapple Beallsville . . . . ib i nsaiein .... Ozark VV oodt field. .. . Kerr .... ... Buchanan Lew if ville .... Hamilton Burkkart Bristtr JfM Fryer Fummerfleld,'ar umtuerfield,l v ... 8,00 . ... 1 i.00 .... tarahsTiil 8.55.... 1,00 pm... Caldwell 9,32 . ...1.4 2aneville 1S.0O ... 6 00 9. L. MOONBY, President. W. B. Hoit. Master of Transportation. Wheeling & Lake Erie CLEVELAND AM ARIETTA R. R'S. Time Table-Iu Effect M'ch 1C, '84. rEWTRii. srtxatnn time. KasTWARO. No. 1, Toledo.lv 6 10am Oak Harbor, ar.7 05am Fremont 7 30am Clyde 7 46am Bellevne 8 00am Monroeville 8 18am Nor walk, lv... 8 40am rUiksfield 9 06am Brighton 9 20am Wellington.... 9 35am Xpeneer 9 50am Lodi 10 10am No. 3 10 30am 11 20am 11 45am 1 00pm 12 15pm 12 30pm 1 SOpm Si I 2pm El 26pm 1 35pm SI 60pm 2 07pm 2 26pm 3 65 pm 3 lOpta 365pxr 4 03pm 4 Upm 5 15pm 5 30pm 5 4'pm 5 56pa f 20pm 6 47pm 87 14pm 7 40pm fc8 25pm 8 55pm No. 6, 3 26pm 4 23pm 4 80pm 6 06 pm 5 22pm 6 37pm t 03pm Sftpm 6 42pm 6 55pm 7 10pm 7 Spm 7 4&pm Creeton lv f milhville. Orrviile.ar. . 10 ifcUns .10 49am .It 00am Orrville.'v II 05am Burton City... 11 12am Dalton 11 19am Jtfkatillox .... ll 45am Navarro'. 11 69am Woltvar 12 15pm Zou 12 23pm Valley uno, !v. I Ot'pm Canal Dover.. . 1 25pm Phillipsbarg. . 1 SOpm Nrwrcmerstown 2 42pm K tr.bollcD 3 26pm Camhridge.lv. . .4 38pm N 7. 6 65am 7 33am 19am 8 45am 8 55am 9 18am 10 )5atn Point Pleasant ( Caldwell .... Dexter..... Jfaekslurg .. Warner ..... Jfsrittta. ar. .5 57p .6 24pm .b 32pm 6 54pm 7 50pm he 9 lv C Dover 6 15 am ar Akron Swl 0 5"am Htl UOak Tar 8 10 pm ar Norwalk 11 10pm hclSlv Lrr i 6 03 am ar Massillon 920am Ji16iv Toledo 9 25cm ar Norwalk 4 65pm Nol7lv Norwalk 6 26m ar Valley Jo 6 50pm Fol91v Valley Jo 1 30am ar .Marietta 6 05pm BnronBraceh, No 27, No 29, Norwalk, lv... 8 50am 6 08rm Milan 9 lam 6 30pm Fries Landing. 9 23am 6 40pm Huron ar,... V 40am 6 55pm VVct-tward "No 6. No B, Wo lt. Marietta, lv 7 20am Warner 8 14am Maeksbawc ... .8 38am DrxW 8 45 am ra!de 9 15am Point Pleasant 10 00am Cambridge 10 40am Kin. bolt on 11 '7am NewCtmerstownll 50am Phillipsbnrg. .612 13pm Canal Diver.. . 1 37(m Valley Junction 1 00pm 1 16pm 2 1 1 pm 2 35pm 5 30am 6 67am 7 35am 7 50am 8 65am 10 30am 12 20pm 1 25 pm 3 20pm ho 4, 8 00am 8 25 am 42pm )2pm 53pm 38pm 08pm 50pm 15pm 6 40pm Valley Ju'ciion.l Soar ......... t 20pm 27pm 36pm (0pm 05 pm 26pm 33pm 40pm 8 30am 8 37am 8 45am 9 02am 9 20am 9 42am 9 50am 10 00am Bolivar 1 bar trr 1 Jb a-sill on S Daitea Burton City 2 Orville. ar 2 07i.Ur, it a 0pm Salthvlllo 66pm Creston, At 3 5i 10 06am 10 17am 10 32am No V Creston, Lv., ...3 15pm 5 45am 10 32am Ii 3 32p 6 03am 10 50am Spencer'.'.! ' 49pm 6 19am 11 07am Wellington 4 '3pm 6 35am ll 20am Brighton 4 13pm 6 45am 11 33am Clarksfleld 4 27pm 6 68am 11 46am No: walk 6 OOpm 7 35am 12 JOpm Monrovillo 5 12pm 7 46am 13 30pm Bsllevxo 6 2pm 8 00am 12 45pm Cijde 5 40pm 8 17am 1 OOpm F'omont 6 OOpm 8 35am 1 17pm Oak Harbor 6 i4pm 9 00am 1 43pm Toledo, ar 7PPmI? m 1 40Pm No 12 lv Massil oK 3 16pm ar Wefgna 35pm No 14 lv Norwalk 6 2'am ar Toledo 4 4pm No 16 lv Val Jncn 6 15am ar Nor wk 5 30pm No 18 lv Marietta 5 30am ar Val Jet 9 10pm "1 nron iranoh No 26, No 28, Bnron.lT 6 80am 3 40pm F as Landing .6 45am 3 57psu Milan 7 Ovam 4 10pm Nnwalk, ar....7 3am 4 35pm "i-aUy, 8 Stop on Signal, x Do cot stop CoKBKcnoKS Toledo with all lines enter ing the city. COPMECTIOHS Fremont. L. E W. B. R ! Ch de. I.. B. & W. B. Ha Bellevne. N. T. O 4 8t'L R. R.; Monroeville. B & O B B; Wel lington, CCC&IBB; Creston. N Y.; P & O R B; Orrvill. O A 0 B B; P C & T and P F .W & C B B; Massillon. P F W & O B B: and C L & W B B; Vslley Jnnotion. Valley B R; Canal Dover. O. t P B R. snd C L & W. B B; New Comerstown. P. 0 & 8t LB B; Com bridge. B & O B B; Point Pleasant, C. W & M Y H R; Marietta, O W & B R R. M D WOODFORD, JAMES M. HALL. Gen'l Manager. Oen'l Pass. Agt Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CARD. EAST BOUND May 12, 18S4. No. No. No No. L S. 5. 11, Leave - pm p Am ' Cuioao, Lv 5.1w 1.10 f8:10 8l5 Garrett 10.17 4:35 1,4 ltfiO pm ax ra fx Defiance 11.36 5:57 3:11 AX Fos.oiia...... .1:10 7:42 5:00 Tiffin 1:33 8:07 6.23 Sandusky 7:25 4:50 Chioago Jane... 2:5 9:10 6:35 No9ax Mansfield 3:11 10-15 7:35 fVOO lit. Vernon 4:1 2 11:36 8:52 6;2t am ( m am am An Columbus... 6:10 9,40 6:10 8:40 am pm pm Lve Colnmbns. .2:30 11:10 fq.20 430 lv Newark.;.... 6:05 12:53pm 9:St tTj Zanesville .5:53 1:53 10:864?2pm "lAsataa am pm pm am Cambridge.... 6:39 2:50 11:16 5,50 am Barnesville ....7:29 3.5 1 12:20 6:4 Bellaire... ...8-20 4.50 1:15 7:47 Arr Wheeling. 10 05 630 305 9 30 Lv Wheeling. . .9:00 5:30 2:05 Arrive r ax pm Washington 9 42 6.20 2,25 Baltimore.. ..11,10 7,30 3:35 am pm pm Philadelphia... 3:40 12,45 7:40 New York.... .6.50 3:40 10.35 WEST BOUND. No. No. -No No No 4. 2. 6 12 pm Lv Wheeling... 3:00 Bellaire .2:55 Barnesvllle ...3,50 Cambridge ., .4,38 am 9.40 9.35 pm pm 11:35 fMO 1 1:27 4:45 10tf9 1,36 5:50 11:23 1.30 6:46 2S Zaaesville 6:33 A'rColuubQ3..7,50 2,40 6:10 8:40 pa Lv Colnmbns. .4:?0 11 40am 2,30 4 30 Newark. 6:40 1:40pm 3:4l 6:00 lit Vernon.... 7 26 2 36 4:32 6-53 Mansfield... .8:44 4:03 5:58 8:20 Shelby Juno . . 9.15 4:7 6:24 Trr .Sandusky. fiiBo 8T6S Lv Sandusky.... 4,50 Lve Chi Jnno. .9:40 6:25 t:0 9:20 9.51 11.68 2-.00 3:00 tm 7:0 8.3S Tiffin 0;29 7:20 Kostoria .... 10.52 7:47 Defiance 1 2: 28am 9:42 Qarrett.. 2:00 11:22 ArCbicago ....7:05 5.40 Daily- fDaUy except Sunday, talty excepr Satnrday. Trains are ran west of the Obi River 9 Jt h meridian time. Bast i tho Ohio River, 75 th meridian tita. Train leaves Barnesvllle at 2:3 1 p. m , ar rivina at Wheeling at 5:10 p m. Train leaves Wheeling at 9 a. m., arrir lng at BarneRville at 9.5 5 a. m. L. M. Cols, General Ticket Agent, Balti more. W. B. REPPKRT, Pass. Ag't, Colnmbns. ' C. K. LORD den. Pass. Agt, Baltimore, Es'rs Sale of Real Mate. ITS purr nance of an order of the Probate Court pf Monroe County, Ohio, I will offer for sale, at pnblie auction, on Saturday tJu 21 day of June, 1884, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the front door of the cqurt hoase. in Woviafiel t, the following de - son bed real estate situ ite in said county of Monroe and State of Ohio, to wit: Tract No. 1. Being a part of the southeast quarter of section thirty-six. town-Kip four of range five, bounded on the east by the land of Jacob Smitz, and south by the lands of said Jacob Sin its and on the east in part by landi of Frederick Koeh'er. and on the north by the binds of Frederick Koehler, and on the west by the lands of Philip Neuhart. and on the south by the bind of William F Hunlv, in the road, conuuninir eeven and eeventy-nine hun dredth acres, be the same more or iess, and be in ft the s ime Unds deeded by Edward Arch- bold toDjniel Neuhurt, r'ebnwy D, 1807. Tract 'no 2 Also, the following described premises situate in the to wash p of Center, in said county of Monroe, and being on the east side of the southwest qutrter of section thirty- six township four of range five; beginning for the same at a post in the rovl leading from Woodsfield to Lewisville. on the quarte.' sec tion line; thence north thirty degrees east sev enty-five rods and four links to a white oak twenty-four inches, corner tree: thence north eighty-eight degrees west nineteen rods and eight links to a stake on bank of run; thence snath twenty-four degrees west forty-seven rods to a stake, thence south twenty degrees east nine rods and twenty links to a stake; thence south twenty-two degrees east twelve rod and twenty links to a stake in the road, bearing north aixty-eivbt and three-fourth de grees west sixteen links to a stone, corner of Mooney snd Hunter; thence south sixty-eight and three-fourth degrees east thirty rods to a stone, place of beginning in quarter line twenty-four rods and t.n links north of quarter post between sections thirty-five and thirty six, containing thirteen acres, and being the same lands deeded to Diiuiel Neuhart by Peter Schneider and wife and George H Filtner, by deed dated April 2. 1870. Tract No. 4 Also, the west half of lot number 9Sj ninety-eight in the town of Wondsfteld. Monroe county. Ohio, deeded by David Kirsbride to Daniel Neuhart by deed of Januar) 1. 1855. Tract No. 5 Also, the east half of lot number 98l ninety-eight, in the town of Woodsfield. Monroe county. Ohio, deeded By John M Eirkbride to Daniel Neuhart, by deed of April 14 1864. Appraised,' tract No. 1, at $800. - 3. at 7. " 4, at 310. 5, at 175. Tfrms of Sale One-third cash in hand, one-third in one year and one-third in two years from day of sale, with interost on defer red payment, to be secured by mortgage upon the premises sold. JOHN B. DB1GGS. Executor tf the will of Daniel Neuhart, doo'd. msy20,'85. ROAD NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that a petition SHU be presented to tho Commissioners o( Monro County, Ohio, at theii one ces sion. A D. 1884, praying for an alteration and survey of the county road leading from Alexander's mill to the end of the iroa bridge across Barnes' Run; the proposed alteration to commence in the old road on the lands of Henry Bssmeire; thence turoa;h the lands ef Washington Dona; thenoa through tbe lands ef BUa Hubbard; thence through the lands of Jos Witt n; t hence through the lands of J. N. Witten; thence through the lands of Samuel Keigley; thenoe through the lands of Levi Sole; thenoe through tbe land' of N. D. Garden, thenoe throxgh tho lands of James Witten's heirs; thenoe through the lands of Peter Witten's heirs; thence keeping in the old road along the river to the end of the iron b.idgo at Same's Rn a. ay6,'84td. PETITIONERS. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. QBALBD proposals will be received at the O office of tho Clerk of the Board of Kdu cation of Adams township, Monroe county, Ohio, until 12 o'clock, noon, on the 11th day of Juno, 1 884, for bnilding a rehool house in joint BBb-diitriet (No. 3) according to plans and specifications on file in said office. Bach bid must contain the name of every person interested in the same, and be ac companied by a sufficient guaranty of some disinterested person, that, if the bid is ac cepted, a contract will be entered into, and tho performance ot it properly secured. Tho hid for each kind of material called tor by the specification s must be stated sep arately, sad the price of each given, and the price of labor must also be separately stated. None but the lowest responsible bid will be aocspted, and tho Board may reject all bids. By ordur of tho Beard o' Education of 4dams Township. JESSB B. HBNTHO&N, May 20, 1684 4w, Township Clerk. NORMAL SCHOOL. PROF. H. A. MAXWELL, of Marietta Academy, will open a Normal School in ularington, beitinning Monday, C T uly 7i and lasting eight weeks. All the higher branches will be taught. Tuitition, $8 OO. For further particulara address. H. A. MAXWELL. Marietta College. mayC,"84td. Marietta, Ohio. Select School. The 10th session of this school open July 28 and closes September 20, 1884. TUITION: Higher Branches, $T OO Common " 5 OO Primary 3 OO For circular or further particulars call on or address D. McVKY. Principal, ( or ReVS. ft. If. REVOKE, J. A. WRIGHT, Beallsville, Monroe Co., Ohio, apr22,'84td. WOODSFIELD SELECT SCHOOL. Tho next eosi.n of this snhnol opens May 10, and close-. July 24, 1884. TUITION: fllsher Branches, 8)S OO Common OO Primary 4 OO For circulars or further particulars call on or addreas J. A. WATSON, WondstWd. Ohio. pwf. or 1. McVEY, ) Principal,. Beallsvule. Ohio. apr2-i,S4d. MARKED SUCCESS. From the Zanesville Herald. TLo most casnal visitor to Choguill & Par sons' Business College oanno. fail to become impressed with tbe comprehensive, system atic and thorough course of tuition therein imparted. The spacious hall with its Bank and actual Circulating Cnrrenoy Commis sion mart, Brokerage counter, Exchange and even Fostoffioe all in operation respect ively employed by a Iarg4 and industrious complement of energetic pupils, beirstriktng evidence, ia their comparative silent opera tlons, to a fixed purpose in view and that purpose a practical business training. No original ideas new methods or approved mod ern systems in trade, eommeroe. or business life, escape their attention. Immediately upon a student entering this graul institu tion (which he oan do at iny time), he at onoe views the stern realities samunling an active business life. Its varied olaimi, vi cissitudes, uncompromising discipline ani grave responsibilities imperoeptibly take possession of him, while his associations ars such as to brighten Lis faculty of compre hension and materially improve his moral inclinations. Genial generous and kindly influences are bronght to bear in stimulating his ambition to make his mark In the world. No reason -able privileges, favors or encouragements ar withheld that might tend to stimulate pupils to a true spirit of m tnly emulation and a par' enable pride for tbe achievement of distinctive honors. Kvery individual stu dent receives like consideration, and as a resnlt. a failure to success is comparatively uoknown in this oolleg. As an evidenoe of its popularity, during the past month alone the following pupils have entered: Harry L. Cartis. Nashport, Ohio; Charles Stewart, AfoCnnelsvill, Ohio; Mitchell Lane, Adamsvills, Ohio; a B. D. Adams, oity; B. 8. Ferrell, Adamsrille, Ohio; James Cross, AdamsvilU, Ohio; W. H Slater, Adamsrille, Ohio. K. F. Davis, Veloano, W. Va.; O F. Yo ang Lower Salem, Ohio; Q. N. Wilson. Morrbtown Ohio: Arthur B. Rankin Gratiot, Ohio; Wm. H.Baird, Sago. Ohio; Qe rge B. Jfonteith Long Reach, W. Va.; Clarence F. Parker. Long Rsaoti, W Va,; Clarence V. Fleming, Uanover, Ohio; W. C. Plammer, oity And while on tbe subject, we may state that during a recent visit to the Institution we were highly pleased to reoogniss the genius of Mr. Parsons, in the construction ot a sew elevated railway, the length of the oollege, traversed by silent messengers, la the shape of a hollow ball, that conttin written messages from one department to another without the slightest interference with tho usual quiet of tbe room. The Princ pall of the college lake great interest in entertaining visitors au i explaining the operation of their entire educational system. Circulars and specimens of penmanship, produced in the. highest style of -'the art preservative of arts" are freely circulated, and we assure whoever calls onoe that they will retire with a sense of appreciation but very rarely equaled. Address , . CHOGUILL & PARSONS. Zanesville, Ohio. f UTTS PILLS i "in fTarxragaBBXBMxmaxBX TOfTPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, Qnd MALARIA. From t.ioaj a 'Urc.-a urwe Uiiee loorths of tad diaoaa.ts (if i.m kuiuun i. c-. These yuaplodu Uhlwaxa ihu.r existence: Lets ot Appetite, isutit I . .o.uve, Sink Hud aclM, faUueu artsr atiug, n vrr.loti to c tertluu of dy or mind, I'.i utt.it ion of fmttl, Ctt-iialiility of temper, Low spirit, a tVeliu; or having u j, I .,. i anine duty, Dixzi , Tmtit ring ut Mia Hitart. oU bore I he eyes, liigtilr ssh orvd tTri,e, t'U.fKTIPATIOM, anil do. m:tml lluiuiu. or ri r -merly tttnt at ts dm elly on lb.- tvi:r. Aj:iL.v.t iMo!:e:m tt'l T si t'l l.l.s iwv nu ii.nnl. Their net on or. tho KHueya and .tkm iartlo prompt; romorfng nil l:uMirttiM thro isrh llmw th.i-r av-vngi-rs of the svsicm," proHieina ppe Ht', sou id 'i ri'.-Hl- n, n-prnlar Fttiola, a clear skin anil a visriroSMVeay. TtJTT'K 111.1 S ennso no nausi-a or griplnn nor interfere wlrli rl-.it hr work and nre a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. IiE FEK:.s" I.IIiK A Jtiv WAX. "I have had Pysnrpetn, with Constlpa- 1 tlou.f wo Tours, unit hare trli d ten iliflVrent kimls of jiilis, ami 'i'PTT'M nru tho first ilntt hirv dime me any good. Tliry have clunn. d lue out nicely. My nppv'tiio ia inhanlid, f d di!;t'8ta readily, and I novr Itavc imlaral i-aa-atrvs. I fe 1 I k.- a new uwii." VT. U. KUW ARD8, Pahnyra, U yoMcTfrywli. rr,85c. Offl.M Murray St.,X.Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. GrtaT H.MX Ol WmsKriw rtuMflod in ft:n tiy tonUlaiKBT llm k liy u single up. pUrytJa I i.f this UTE. 5uM by DrugjfUts, ttrnont ly rxpress un ri'crlptof SI. Otllek 41 Murray Strr.-i, Xrw York. TUTS MANUAL CF U."y L REGEIPTt FREE, ang7,83T. Groceries and Notions -AT- FRITZ BTJCKIO'S. I have just received a full stook ef Oro. cenes, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Candies. Can furnish yon at low rates any artiole kept in a grocery store. Qive me t call. Nov. 30, 1883. FRITZ BUCKI0. PUS SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. TUESDAY, JUNE 3, 1SS4. Short Prayers. Youth's Companion. A prayer need not b long lo be effec live. Tin- Publican's pptitlOii was utter ed in a brief sentence, hut n was heard. Tbe prayer of the dying thief was an 8wereri,though it contained but one short xciarnaiion. A writer in Ihe New York Leilger tells these anecdotes illustrative of prayers: At a dinnpr partv at Ihe Duke of Or mond's a jucular dispute arose concern ing short prayers. Sir William Wynd ham said the shortest prayer he ever heaid was tbe praver of a common sol dier just before the battle of Blenheim : O, iod ! if there he a G id save my soul if I have a s ul !" The Bishop of Rochester, who was present, addressing Wvndham said : Your prayer, Sir William, is indeed very short, tut I remember another as short and much better ottered up, like wise by a poor soldier on the eve of bat tle: "O, God! if in the hour of battle 1 forget Thee, do Thou not forget me!'" This, as the Bishop pronounced it with bis usual grace and dignity, was a very gentle and polite reproof and was so felt by the company. Dr. G -ralil Ramsay, an old Scotch physician who was of the company, beg ged lo be allowed to tell of a fervent prayer which he once heard a patient ut ter when she thought none were nrar to bear her but her Maker. "Site was an aged woman,'' said the doctor, "truf-hear'ed and benevolent, who bad spent a long lite in doing good to others. When she knew she was dy ing, and when she thought I bad passed beyond hearing, she folde i her palsied hands and gen'ly murmured : " '0,Gd ! if there's a wee bit o' good In me, dinna forget it !' "And I think," added R unsay, "those were tbe last woris sin ever spok-?." 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 sure 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 ears on fast trains, and everv possible eare ia 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 but a single change of oars to Iowa, Tiisss, Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota. eo. 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 chase 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 tlemen will lead to thorough iuforma, tion as to all necessary details of time connections, fares, baggage, etc., eto. The Man Who Hurries. Herald of Health. The bustling, hurrying man, aa a mat ter of fact, is a poor worker Too much of his steam is expanded in kicking up d is'. Tue habit of hurrying and feeling iu a hurr-v is fatal to gn.nl work and di minishes the amiunt o work a man can do. The friction is too great. S little of practical value is accomplished that he cannot go home at nigbl with a sweet consciousness of a duty d ine, of a day's work completed The men who accom plish most never seem' In a hurry, m matter how much they have to do. They are not troubled for lack of time, for they make tbe most of the minutes by working in a cool, methodical manner, finishing each job properly and not ex pending tteir nervous force in bristle. They never complain or overwork ; but are more likely to bunt up new work in order to give their faculties more varird employment and to fxerciae some which are not sufficiently used. Arthur's Cool Impudence. N. Y. Times. Rep. The simple truth is that Mr. Arthur ia weakest in his own State because be is best known here The plain people wbo vote the Republican ticket when they think itdesetves their support, and will not vote it when they think it is not de serving, know Mr. Arthur and know how to treat him. They refused to send del egates to Chicago favorable to his notn ination, and they will refuse to choose Presidential Electors to keep him in the White House. The evidence of their real feeling is conclusive to anyone who can count his supporters in the conven tion from this State. No man in either party from New Yo'k ever before show ed such cool impudence as Mr. Arthur in asking a nomination for the Presi dency, when he knows it would cost his party the vote of tbe State, and when he can offer absolutely nothing elsewhere to make up for it. Lawyer Ti Idem Frank Burr in Philadelphia Press. . Over a door at N . 20 Nassau street, New York, still hans a s gn bearing the name of S. J Tilden It is a reminder of the palmy days of the Sage or Gra mercy Park, when he was an active par ticipant in so much important litigation. The old building is still lull of traditions of the old lawyer, who always spoke in a whisper and ambled about so gently on tbe tips of his toes. Ger. Bristow has an office on the other side of the hall, and one day Mr. Tilden employed him to look after a law case Shortly after the Rntuckian stepped into the office and said : "Mr. Tilden I dropped in to ask you what was in tbat case you in trusted to me." Tbe old man ol tbe sea put his lips clr-se to Bristow's ear and replied: "Why, General, that's just what I employed you to Qnd nut." The Chicago Times, of great cir culation and influence but somewhat of a free lance in politic for years pas', be ing more Republican than Democratic, has very decided views as to what the Democratic National Convention should and will do : "It is and should be a foregone con clusion that tbe Democratic Convention should nominate Mr. Tilden if he lives till tbe day of meeiing. He is unques tionably tbe best representative of what ever is best in the policy of his party; and there is no question tbat be is Ihe first choice of ninety nine in every one hundred members of the party, and the Democrats of the West are his most cor dial and enthusiastic supporters." To Parents Surround your children when at home with objects and influences which will make theii minds best able to enjoy and expand under the teachings of the pub lic instructor. If they see you snnound tbe borne with beautiful things, because you love them, they will do so, too. Ii they see your garden arranged for beauty as well as uiility, while all over tbe homestead stern economy yields to a reverential love of nature, and to a sense tbat the gratiScation of tbe eye and the mini is quite as important as the grati fication of the appetite, they will grow up with liberal, generous feelings and opinions; they will he men and women who have the best interest of tbe world at heart. Tho Danville Riots. Washington Post. Tbe report of Senator Sherman' sub committee on the Danville ri its ha been prepared by Mr. Lspham. Mr. Vance will add largely to the interest of the minority report by appending as a Mp plement the recent c Trespondence be iwfen the Mayor of Danville and Gov. Cameron, ia which he calls tor troops to suppress the four blood v -handed in surrectionists whom be afterward ltt off on a twenty five dollar bsil bond Objector Hotmail. N. Y. World. The Democrats of the Fourth Indiana District yesterday psid Mr. Dana 'be compliment of renominating Willi -.m StPele Holman for Congress on the first ballot Mr. Holman deserves re elec tion, for be has proved himself at all ttra-8 an honest, incorruptible, watchful Representative and an o d-fasbioned pro lector of the Constitution. A Pretty Good Reason, After All. Philadelphia Chronicle-Herald . "If I catch t iat man in the house again I'll kick bim out,'' said an angry father to his daughter. "But, papa, ' said the latter, sticking up for her lover, "I don't see what you have against bin." "I have nothing," replied her stern parent; "but I Know a saloon keeper whose slate has over 95 against him." Thrift. "So 'L zi, you's done gone back on Joe?" "Yes, I is, and, honey, do done sent fo' his presents back a-gain." "What riil be gib you?" "He gib me a ring au a bracelet, an' a lock oh bis ha'r." "Law, chile, gib do hack his ha'r, g b urn back his btt,r."--Hatchet Fonnd Peace in the Gra to. "Poor John, be was a kind ana for bearing husband." sobbed the widow on her return from the fuperal "Yes," said a sympathetic neighbor, "hut it is all for the beat. You mint try and c mfort yourself, rov dear, with the thoujht tha your husband is at peace at last." Philadelphia Call. What We All Want to Know. N. Y. World. The people want to knw whether the reckless dishonor and dishonesty spread ing through the Nation ran ba checked, whether the onin of Wall street and Washington can be str.pprd. The Demo cratic masses desire a change in our lax laws. But more than that, they demand a change at Washington People lrarn wisdom ny rxpeiience. A man never wakes up bis second baby to -ee it langh. A good name at home is a tower of strength abroad Ten timrs as much Hood's Sarsaparilla used in Lowell as ot any other. A camel will w irk for seven or eight da)B without di inking. In this he diffeis from some men, who will drink seven or eight days without working. "Mary, be careful, mv child, when going nut. Haves will of your own." Oh, I've a Will of mv own, mother, but be can't be with me ail tbe lime." The late Matt Carpcntar, wbo. as a lawyer, waa almost as great as Webster, and wbo ss a man was peculiar, once said to a catholic divine "Purgatory ia umply a motion for a new trial An Englishman is teaching a donkey bow to talk. When its education i completed it will probably come to America on a lecturing tour as so many eminent aod distinguished English don keys have done. A dry goods salesman tells a reporter of tbe Albany Argus that when a woman cmes into the store, looks at a pi ee of goods and savs, "Now isn't that beauti ful, and so very cheap," the clerks drop her like an April PjoI pare I. She ia a professional shopper. Johnny came home from school the other day very much e-cited "What do you think, pa ? Joe Stewart, one of tbe big boys, bad an argument with the teacher about a question in grammar." What po-iition did Joe take?" His last position was across a chair, face down." Women have done quite as much for the Methodist Church as the Methodbt Ctiurcb has done for women Yet the General Conference decidea tbat although women are sometimes plainly called t preach, it is nevertheless ''inexpedient" to aMow them. Give 'em a cold potato and let them go ! Mrs. Bolton writes in tbe Independ. ent: Great numbers of postofflces in England are managed bv women. I said to one in London: ''You manage tbts as well as a man." "We are sbid to do it better," she replied, "because, people say, we are quicker and more patient." Tbe statement of tbe eminent French phvsicinn, Dr. Mortimer Granville, "thst a man is as wU us he believes liinuelt to he," somewhat conflicts with tbe ex perience of Ward's victims, who helirv ed themselves well off till they found themselves worse off than tbey ever thought they would lie. "Sbine yer butes?" shouted a hoot black yesterday to an oil citizen on Main street. The ntan addressed made no re ply. "Sbine 'em up? Only Ave cents." Still no reply, but a gsz into vacancy Tbe bootblack look. d at bis victim a moment, to make sure be was alive, then said, in a disgusted tone: "S-a-y, mister, ef yer can't t rk, vy jeas make signs will yer?" "I have a fearful sore throat tbievn ing. Adolphns," said Celeste to her latest mash, who was giving ber more t a ri v iban would load an express wagon. "But, darling, tbat has nothing to dn with what I have been telling you." ' Yes, Adolphns, it has." "In wha way, angel ?" "I can't swallow all tbat stuff that's how." Rev Dr. Newman had just concluded a long discourse, the benediction had been pronounced and the congregation were dixpeising. Said a great admirer of tbe preacher: "A fine sermon, and well tuned, too." "Yes," repli d the clergyman, "it was certainly well timed. Anout hair tbe congregation had I'teir watches out most of ihe time I was talk hsf," for infants Cnstoriapromoro Digosf t -n ami overcomes flatflteftcy. ConJupa tioii. Hoar Stomach. Diarrhu'a. and Ffverishness. It insures health and natural sleep, withou; morphine. " Cast orb Is so well adapted toChildn-n that I recomini-ud it ns superior to any prescription known to lue." 1L A. Akcubk. U. l., tS Portland Are., Brooklyn, N. Y. CENTAUR LINIMENT an absolute cure for Rheuma t ism, Spraius, Burns, Galls, &c. The most Powerful andPcne t rati njr Pain-relieving and Healing Remedy known to man. WOODSFIELD WARBLE WORKS. FRED. C. SCHERER, Proprietor. TTAVIKO all the necessary tools, anu being it pared to dn all work in my line, of any and oheaper than any other establishment can FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLES, and oan, on short notioe, MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &e., &c. Designs shown and prices cheerfully furnished at any time on application, Parties pnr ehaaing from me will save the agent's commission. My work guarantees itself, IHJSJI. O. SCTTTIRER. febl9,'84T. Woodsneld, Ohio. Plummer's Fine Art Gallery. 113 Main street, Wlteeling, West Va. ME MS 1 Dozen Best Cabinet Photos, only $3. 1 Dozen Fine Card Photographs, $1, cording to style and finish. The Largest Stock of Picture Frames, Motto Frames, Al bums, Looking Glasses, &c, in the city. .A. . G H ILL, FRmTEEER&WMJTIONER, NO. Ill BELMONT NT., BELLAIRE. OHIO. I have the purest Fine and Common Candies in the market, and keep constantly on hands the freshest Bananas, Pine Apples, aim other tropioal Fruits. PEA 3XTXJTS, And all ether kinds of Nuts furnished tbe trade at fair rates. Mj goods art purchased frorr leading houses in New York, Philadelphia and Boston. Dealers ean save money by purchasing at my establishment. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. Wo. ill 3BeT.TTk.oxxt St.. Be nay8.'83m6. FURNITURE. UNDERTAKING. FURNITURE 5 4 f s ' t 1 ji F7 Always in store. The largest and best selected stook ol every grade of Furniture in the oity, which I Buy and Sell for Casn. thereby UNDERTAKING, To which I pay partioular attention. My stook Cloth casket AU 1 ask is a Fair Trial and I FRED. No 232 Union Street, Next Door to ot21,'7T. CITY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY! JACOB REINHERI! ,Prop'r, "W OODSFIELD, O. Just reosived, the largest stock of Common and Fancy Candies, Which were made to order, and are free from adulterations. All kinds of Tropical Fruits & Nuts, And all kinds or CANNED FRUITS, Raisins, Figs, Jellies, Preserves Mincemeat, Tobacco ct? Cigars. Hot C ffee, Sandwiohes, Cheese. Cakes, Crackers, Pies, Bolognas, &o. ggToys will be sold at cost. mohl8,'84. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of George M. Weisend, Deceased. TDK undersigned bas been appointed and qualified as Administrator of the esta e bf Oeorge M. Weiseud, late of Monroe Coun ty, deceased, Dated this 19 h day of April, A. D. 1884. may6,'84t3. PHILIP QLASSHK. and Children. V, liat (fives our Children rony ehneks, V hat rUIOa BeB' fevers, makes them s?ri : Tis C:inii. TOtcu lialilos fret and cry hy turns, Vliat cores their oolic, kills their Tronns. Rot CTajitorfa. VThnt quickly enres Corwtipation. iSour biomach, Colds, Indigestion, lint Catrla. Farewen thm to Morphine 8yrups, Castor Oil aud Paregoric, and Hall rnntorial myself a practical marWe worker, 1 am pro- material do it, or any design, in a nrst cuss Style, turn out of my works OF TIE FLOOD 50 and $2, ac- Oranges, Lemons, Grapes, enabling se to oner ojeciai. Baksains. is complete, from a plain ooffln to a Bn will Guarantee Satisfaction. HOFFMAN, Mayer St Klotz, Ukllairk, Ohio. L. P. NEUHART, DEALER IV General Hardware, (Neubart's Comer Building,) Woodsfield, O., Keepsoonstantly on hand Champion Grain Drills, Kalla, Mechanic's Tool. Table and Pocket Cutlery, grlcul lural Implements. Bullsl er's Hardware, Ac, Ac. In fact everything usually kept in a Hard ware Store, Call and oompare prices before buying. 1 P. HEUHAET. aprl7,'83T. NOTICE TO TEA U HE KS, THB Board of Examiners of Uonroe County wih bold meetings for the examination of teachers as follows: WoodsOeld, Saturday, June 7, 1884. " July 2I, " Those desiring certificates of any grade must be examined. Examinations to commence at 8 o'clock. By order of the Board ay6,S4td. , W. HAMILTON, Clerk. DRUG STORKS. mgi DRUG If T O R E.M DRTJG8, PAINT8, OILS, VARNISH 8, DPViMirs1, DYE STUFF, AND Ahl. Popular Patent MdtRrJine, CAN always be fonnd at J. T. JCDK11SA Drag Store, at the lowest cask prices PURE WINES AND LIQUORS r Medicinal Pnrnoses.mav alwava h rawest at J. T. JODKINS'. FAINTS, ? OF al colors, and in every form, at J. t JUDKIN8' Drag8itjt , LJNSEEJ) OIL , BY thw Barrel or gallon, at lowest .rket rates, at J. T. JCDKINS' Drnf Store. THE BEST COAL OIL If market also, Lard Oil, Fish Ofl Neat's Foot Oil, &c, Ac, can fcs had at T. JUDKINS at the lowest eaah prises PURE WHITE LEA3, OF B. Pahnesteok's brard, whleh Is so just ly celebrated for its purity. wHtsasM and durability, is lost received brf.T.JVjfe KINS, and will be sold at the lowest eaaa flam PERFUMER!, SOAP, M PICES, TOBACCO, SNUFF AMD CIGAiS, AND a rariety of other arfflHsl WWaWlisj .Tl to the Ornefrist's trade, all ef which will bo sold ss low as thev oan he affevdM.- pn tut m a ' Tvrvfivmisi ' " i.uuii Mzvjim Cakfvcllt Pair abi at all hours of the day and night J. T. JTJSIINS. sep8v. ROBERT POPE, DEALER IU MEDICINES, PURE DRUS, Perfumery, Toilet Articles, '' i jt'as' 0? 'sf Pat sot Medicines, Window 81aM, Hatty, Shoulder Brace, Trnsses, Dy Stafs, Paiata of all kinds, Oil and Varnishes, Brashes, Stationery, Blank Books, ' 1 '?-a.. r ? SCHOOL BOOKH AMD School Stationery, Pin and Stogie Cigars, Limps snd Chtmneva Coffee, Sugar, Teas, and Groceries of ail kinds. Seat Assortment of Fine Sow " in town, and everything ataal 1 kf t ba a First Class Drug Store. an of which will be sold at tbe Lowest Cash Iric LIQUORS er BEST QUALITY, forMedlclnal rnrpwws, CM slantly on Haasl. , ,.T Give Him a t all and be Cava laced. Physicians Prescriptieas Caralallg Prepared at All Hoars. Main Iron Street, WiiM, sepl9,'ft2. Aad ia tho EASY CHJja Wide &52l LONG CUT, Arts the two most Popular. Denc&tAnl ad SaUrfaatorr BMOSSO TOBAOs ' COS of the day. Fries, 0 Ceass tor i ex. SPENCE BROS. & CO.. nov20.'o3m6. c .: i .' . , ,, KTOtlO tcT STONTE MASONS AND . IRON BRIDGE BUILDERS. SBALBD PROPOSALS will be resolved at the Auditor's Ofitos in Woodslsld, Jfaaw roe County, Ohio, till Friday, June 3, At 1 o'clock p. aa. for famishing materials or performing labor, ia the ereotiou sf aa iron bridge of single track, and one hundred and fifty 160 feet long by sixteen 16 feet wide.over Suuflsh Creek at Clariagtoa.saah site of tho old bridge, which has fallea dowsvr No plana and specifications prepared by the Commissioners, but bidders are invited t furnish plans and specifications with their bids, showing the number of spans, the length of each, the nature, quality sad pje of the materials to be used, the strength of the struoture when completed, and the tea. arate cost of base and snperstristars when any proposal includes both; whether then is any patent right on the proposed plan.or any part thereof. Bids may include ail the materia! sad all the labor, or parts thereof; but bids forth bas to be acsde with reference to sneh of th material in the old abutments as may be suitable far the new. Bids will be opened at tho Auditor's oe on said 6th day of June, beginning at 1 o'clock p. m , and tbe contracts awarded at said plaoe, on said day, or at a time to which the Board may adjourn. Good ani mffleieDt bonds to accompany bids. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bida. By order of the Commissioners. . S. A. ATKINSON, . Auditor Monroe Co., Ohltv apr29,'84tS. T 4 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate of Mariah Brock, Deceased. . THB undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Administrator ef the state of Mariah Brook, late of Monroe scan ty , deceased. Dated this 21st day of April, A. D. 1864. apr2,'84w3. STEPHEN B0DQHNBR. isas oASKFTsn an, sl aH V bNJbI mW simw BASKET PLUG TOBAOOO ' EXCELS ATiTi OTHZBS XB AMERICAN GH1 cl''nlia s