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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1&4. Another Tattoo Mark. -V . New York World. BxGoTeroor Piaister, whose veracity wtyl not be questioned, fastens tbe au thorsSipof thi,inrarnoua "Mad'gaa Cir calsr'opon Blsine 'The' tattooed -candidate will in future he a well known as Madigan B aine as be has hitherto been as Mulligan B aine. Blaine won the title ol Mulligan B'aine by etealioz letters which provedLbis car r option and were in Mulligan's posses Jog v Jitle of Madigan Blaine is ptinAdf Jby'-tbe . Republican candidate's Qthorstip of a political circular. whicb grossly libelled tbe Catholics of the Uni ted States, arid made a political warfare on MKMadigan'.lhen a candidate for CongreB8azain8t tbe ex Governor, be cause be professed tbe Catholic religion Gen. Pla'sted was to be benefitted by trie AttAilar hnt.riA rAniiiliatart if aa jtrdl? and Impolitic. Recently an-altfnpt was ruadq to shift he responsibility.;0 the authorship of the offensive circular up n ex-Goveinnr Flaiated. i .-Since tbe publication of Blaine's Know Nothing record and the "Madigan Circular" In tbe World this attempt has been renewed. GenenJ Plaisted now sets the authorship fully at rest by the publication of an editorial in bis own newspaper, in wbtcb be aa-a: ..We- are "prepared to Bay tbat our nelgbbnr of the Journal knows tbat tbe lofartoua Madigan circulars were printed 'In bis Kennebec Jonrnal office from a manusctipt copy in Mr. Blaine's own hand, and tbat thev were distributed from Mr Blaine's own house in tbis oil) hf bim as Chairman of the Republican State Comtnlttfe'at the time n' ' " How dots the Blaine "Irish Reserve" relish, this portve assertion from an honest ftp publican t : . ' s v. -. -' , ! . '-- -.j." A Perverted Public Life. .1 JlariLiburg Patriot. In the bister? of public men there are few cases parallel to tbat of James G. Biaioe. In a ' quarter of a centnrv ol public life he has always been conspicu .ous without Qcompllsbinjs anything. A leader of men, he baa never originated measure. A legis'ator of brilliant parts, no law on the statute hook tears the im press of bis mind. Wben trifling sub jects were under consideration or politi cal schemes absorbing attention, Blaine twas eWqoent and dramatic, hut' when questions of grave importance challeng ed the attention of the country be bad neither voice nor mind to discuss them. ' During these- twenty years of Mr Blaine's service in Congress there. have been grave subjects considered, and be had no part in them. When legislation on the tariff was pending be was silent When financial questions were under dis cuksIod be iisd. h.0 toneoa J Bnt when there was a job pending : when some cor poration asked immnoiy (or forfeited obftgatioM bouhtv frjmaginafy future devetopnients,rr When the bloody Dirt was to be wafed and eectionalisrp paraded ia dramatic periods, -Mr. Blaine pranced into. tbe arena and made the country ring with his eloquence and bis energy. . ; . -I these things he hue had experience. But it was tbe experience tbat -withers where it touchps. Hs services have been .of the kind that make-sore hearts ratbei than tkat avhlnH Pnllot-aa rfliBtPBaa tip has hpen a lobbyist, a johher and a cor. ruptionist, hut in no instance bas he al. : leviated suflering or. relieved distres. Blaine's public record hss made Plane rich but it has don good to no one else.' The Bright Black Eye, the Melting: . . Blue. ' New York Sun. It is said that v ry qu et eyes, which Impress and embarrass ;ne with tbeir repose, signify not nnly self-command. . but also rrnch complacency and some conoe!t. R sties eyes tl at cannot kok one steadily lo the face, denotes a rje -:.rt. .11: 1?.. n. ;n .kil. , VO'EIIHIX m,'.. r ... Maw' the white haa a vellowisb tinge and i a'reaked witH reddish veil s, p'ove much of st'cng passion and hasty temper Vorv bine eves bespeak a m nd inclined : lo coquetry. Gray eye signify inteili ' genre, dignity, and t xcellt nt reasonin faculties. Greenish eves fslsehond and a fondness for scandal A mal'cioof mind is often Indicated by ereenisb eyes itiacR eyes snow a pssMonaie, nveit temperament, and of tiroes a most- dec,' fnl disposition ttiown eves are cener. ally tender and true, indicating a kind and bappy dlepoition. ' W Joan M Ebrrlk, Proprietor of ' the Miltonsburg Marble Works, Is pre pared to furnish Monuments, Tablets and Tombstones 25 per Cent. lOWCr ... - t - . , I , a. county Work from his shops ean be ' aeen all over the conntv. tf- What Hie Neighbors 8a j. ' ' Courier-Journal. ' " The Buff do Express and the Buffalo A A mamt In a a ara 1 Ka 1a 1 Inn l?nrn VI ti autvivmrji mo uv ivvmiuk a.wuiiiveiii v journals west of Albany. Tbey are both ' supporting Blaine and Logan Of Gov ernor Cleveland Ibe Express aava: "The people of Buffalo have known M-.CIeve ..land as one of their worthiest citizens, one of tbeir manliest men faithful to hie clients, faithful to his friends, faith .if to everr public trust," Now hear Ha Adverser : "Tbe people of Buflalo etee u oud ot 4lc record he bas made as Ttmo' of the ci'f Chief Magin- avaai' the Stale. While we earnestly nppt .'be Candida of our party for Presi'teat of the Uni'erf Slates, we would jno! detfect cne jot or tit'lfl (rm the well-earawd fame of tbe i distinguished vzentleroM nn honors tbe opposition t) geartJ Itt . aianoani. t A Oaun In vbstmsbt One of our fwomiaent. buai nes men said to us,be rther daa::''In the spring my wifeg t II tae down and .could not eat any tbinic : paiBMUg-yoor. tor I saw a pile of Hood's aisaparilla in the window, and I not a Ml- .Aflea ehe? h,ad taken U a week fka (raw abiMHyeppetije and did bei tisnythlng She took three hoMlee, and it wsa rke beat three dollars I ever in viated C I. Heod k Co.; Lowell, Mass. , fjrWilliam H Vanderbill ra recent 'loterview said- "he was not in tbe habit of giving his-opinions to everybody, but did not care mueb.if bi sentiments were known on this qucstvon. He Ihoughl thalj the!, Independents .had become eo very independent that no politician could control ibem. btnee he firmly believed 1hat .Grover Cleveland would be tbe next President of the United States " - Jty J, M Hubbub, Proprietor of the Miltoasburg Marble Work, and build er of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Moan- meni, at Bellaire. is closing ont his 1m racnse stock of Headstones, Tuhtoa and - Granite ari M'hU Monuments 25 per C enl. CHEAPER Urn nv otoer eub ltbbmifitacaa do it. f CAMPAIGN ACROSTIC. Great chieftain of the Empire State, Respected party candidate; Of right the friend, of wrong the foe, Vigorous in bringing fraud to woe; Each loyal State in him foresee Reproof of national villainies. - Home ont O voters, fall and strong, Let all nnite to swell the throng. Entire, oompaot, a legion grand, Victorious throughout the land. Efir watchful, day and night. Loyal spies of the Plumed Knight Are using "soap" with all their might. Now, to victory; raise the shout, "Drive the thieving rascals out." Ed. Clowes. What Do Tou Think of It. Cleveland Plaindealer. The Cincinnati Commercial Gazette is good Republican authority, we believe. It is one of tbe most rampant of tbe Blaine organs, and its howl ascends day and night for. the tattooed roan. And yet the Commeicial Gszette is authority for the statement tbat Blaine "bas been on tbe make in the securities of subsi dized railroads," that be is a stock-job ber and that be bad "brokerage trans actions in many railway companies." Wf q iote from the above mentioned pa per n article printed in June 1878: The people of the United States nay h oroewhat demoralized, but they are nut so far gone tbat it can be presumed tbey will elect lo. President a man who bas heen on tbe make in the securities ot suhsidiz d railroads" "Mr. Biaine's stock jobbing seems to hear the same relation to the open mar ket tbat policy playing bears to lottery dealing " Tbe country,- which f now looking anxiously about for . a public man Ot in all respects lor a reform President, will bar Jly be likelv to see In the late Speak er, whose hreakerage transactions in so many railway companies for so many friends ran through so many years of tbe time when he held tbe second place in the government, the candidate best representative of the spirit of purity and honor in public affairs, 'which is one de manded in tbe era in which we live. Let it be kept in mind that tbe above is not a Democratic "slander" about Rlaine. It is not a "campaign lie." It is tbe deliberate opinion of tbe principal Republican newt paper of the State ol Obio, an opinion that sets Blaine down as a man "on the make in subsidized railroads," a jobber and a man unfit to be President. Wbst do Republicans think of the character of tbeir candidate as set forth by one of their own organs? The Next House. New York Sun. There is one work in which Democrats of every sort and shade, no matter what opinions tbey bold in regard lo tbe tariff, no matter wbat they think of the party's candidate for President, may devote themselves with unanimity Id the present campaign. . In tbe Congress districts tbe voters are beginning to nominate tbeir candi dates for - Representatives in tbe Forty ninth - House The contest for tbe con trol of tbe next House will probably be spirited and close. It should not be overshadowed by tbe Presidential ques tion Tbe Republicans will make a very strong eflorl to regain wbat tbey lost in November, 1882. There could hardly be a greater misfortune to tbe cause of bonest government than tbeir success. ' Tbe Democratic majority in tbe pres ent House over Republicans and R-ad- juatera is about 75 7 bis majority rode to " Washington on the rising tide ol Democratic fortunes. Tbe loss ol less than forty districts will g ye ti e next House to tbe Republicans. Tiers it nothing in tbe condition of tbe ekm-ntc indicating another tidal wave this year But tbe House ran be savid by. patient. earnest and honest work. Pitch in, tberefnre.and return not onl a Demomtio majority, bnt a majority ol tbe right sort of Democrats I far Monuments, Headstones and Tab leta of any design and of any materia. 25 per cent. Cheaper than any other etablefbbment in Monroe or adjoininc counties, at tbe ' Miltonsburg Marble Works, J. M. Eb&rik, Proprietor. Blaine's Know-Nolhlng Record. K. Y. World. . A man ia to be judged by bis every day borne life, not by bis behavior un a special occasion, before company. A candidate for the office of President must aland upon hit public record, not upon his campaign expressions. If a candidate could be allowed to make hi own principles after his nomination, Ibe most apparently deaireable Pre-ident would be the one most ingenious in hit ting the popular sentiment and tbe most profuse n bis professions. . During the existence of Know No,h ingism as a distinct element In politics. Blaine waa an dn'husiastio and appar ently a sincere advocate of tbe print! pes of the Daik-Lsnlern party. Hi devoted bia talents to tbo advocacy of Kuow-Noihing doctrines ia tbe jonrnal ot which be was j art proprietor and piincipal editor. H advocated tbe law wt irb prohibited Ibe courts of the State of Maine Irom issuing naturalization papeiaioany applicant. ' thus shutting out foreigners from citizenship ao far a- tbat State was coi cerned. When thst infamous enactment, practically a nullifi cation of tbe laws of tbe United Mates, was before tbe Maine Legislature, Mr Rlaine published appiovingly ,ln bis j 'urnal a speech made by a personal friend in its favor, in which tbe follow ing sentence occurred : Rome's legions are among us, natural ized and as free to' vote as ant Ameri can. And they do vote. Whoever else may stav away, t ese will be snre to be at tbe polls. And did too ever know a Catholic lo go to tbe polls hesitating who he should vole lor? He always votes from design, in accordance witb a plan well understood before going to tfe place of voting, Tbat plan contains k worm ont of sight, but it gnaws at ibe very roots of American institutions whost' wilting, as ,in the esse of Jonah's gonrd, J often the first indication tbat tbe oc'bOj' is secreted mere. In each end every publication of his naoer. Mr Blaine advocated Know N ttbingism, ''bich bound its supporters by a fearful oa,.' not to vote tor a man of foreign birth Jor any publio i.fBce, nor fer a mans forei" oaii born who was ef tbe Catholic persuasion or was married to a Catholic wife. Mr. Blaine continued an aggressive Know-Nothing during the existence of tbat party until it united in Maine witb tbe Republican parly. Tnat ia Mr, Blaine's every day life. Tbis is his honeat record. Ought it not to outweigh any bid he mav now moke ia bW necessity for tbe "Irish vote?" Ahont 40 000.000 penaiea were ootoed in the United Statu last year, Tbe con. trbution boxes managed to- swallow most of them, and the poor heathen are even now playing peppy ante Groceries and Notions AT- FRITZ BUCKIO'S. I have just received s full stook ef Oro, eenes, Notions, Tobacco, Cigars and Candies. Can famish you at low rates any article xept in a grocery store. Give me a call. Nov. 20. 1883. FRITZ B0CKIO. FARM FOR SALE. I will sell my farm of ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES in Washington township. Monroe e-uuty. Ohio, at a reasonable prioe. There are 100 acres oleared eiehtv una or whinfi I. In grass and the balance in corn and tobaooo. rorty acres in good timber. Two cabin houses and a laraa barn on tha nrafniaaa' There is one good apple orohard on the farm. Well watered and fenoing in good repair. rvr lurmer particulars and terras address ISAAC BHARDU0R8, Oraysville, Uonroe Co., Obio. July 1, 1884 3m. Valuable Farm for Sale. 1 m ACRBS'OP LAND In Benton township, I U I Monroe Conntv. Ohio: 100 aores clear ed, balance good timber; well watered; good house and necessary outbuildings ; school house on farm, and Within One-Fourth Mile of good flouring mill. For farther parties. lars, call on or address, SPRIQQS & DRIOQ3, lanl,'84tf. Woodsfield, Ohio. The Fall Session O ommoucos SEPTEMBER 1,1884. Application for admission should be made to the Principals early as possible. The Zanesville Business College has been establisLed nearly twenty years, and since its organisation it has prepared hundreds of young men for suooessful careers in business pursuits. Location is healthy and accessible. Col lege la at the oorner of Main and Third streets, two squares from tbe railroad depot and three squares from steamboat landing. Good boarding can be obtained in private families at very reasonable rates. COURSE OF INSTRUCTION is thorough and practical, embracing Book keeping by single and double entry aa ap plied to all kinds of Business Penmanship, Business Forms, Commercial Arithmetic, Bu siness Correspondence, and actual business praotloe. Dank, Postoffioe and other offices in regular working order for tbe transaction of business. Penmanship Department is very thorongh and extensive, aiming fully to meet the wants of all, for teaching or practioe. 8tudents upon arriving in the oity should retain baggage checks until a boarding place has been selected. By notifying the Prino'- pala in advance, students will be met at tbe depot or boat landing, and assisted in secu ring boarding places and transfer or baggage. Those who come in tbe oity at night will find first-class accommodations at the Kirk House oorner Fourth and M arket streets, until far ther arrangements ean be made. Quite a number have registered already for the Fall Term, and by the opening day every seat will probably be taken up. Circulars coutaining full luformatlon as to tuition', time required, boarding, ooat.&o., now ready for distribution. . Addresa the Principals, CIlOGfJILL P4RSON9. Zanesville, Ohio. TUTT PILLS TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. From tlieeu a.iurw!a artm Uiiee-lrmrtUsol lUn riiituadiM of 1 ue Lumun rwoi. These vyinianni, iiulivaUi ibo.r exittHce : Imi oi ,tpMIUi, ifM. .live. Stink Head ache, fnllua ,iur catiua;, ncnlen ( ertlwa mt body or mind, ratntloat of fond, frritabtlitjr of temper, Low ipirut) A n-eiina; or nnving airRlvel anme duty, INaalnca, Flutiertna; at t Ilnart, Data bcre the tyea, Highly ci or A tfrlae, OBSTIPATION, anl ipiriM) A ; liitving HrRlctr ituie r col- I de m:mil tlmiiiMi of" ri-nm.ly (hnt attn dm-dly 011 th.i 1 .Ivor. AsaUvor medicine TiriT-K 11 1.1 hit vi nn aqnnl. Tlilr uotioii oi(,lhe KI-liipynnnd.SkiH lunlso nroinpt; removing all iiupuritios IhronRli ifit-aa Olive ceo. ngrra of the irMcm," producing nppo. tlUi,-oii id illifRMliin, rrtralar slonlg, clear akiH mid a vifPKtMM bodr. .TVTT'M PILLS cnne no nanwa or (rrlplntr nor Interfere with iltitlv work and iwe a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. nn FEKM) LIMK A M.W MAK. "1 have had liysiH-pgiii, with Conmlpa t Inn, two years, mill burn ti l ten different kintU of pills, nnd TVT'PS Hn- the Unit 1 hat have itouin me any good. They have cleaned me ont nicely. My avpetlie ia 1 plKiitltd, fo'd Ulirests readily, nntl 1 now have natural pasxiies. I fcel liku a now mun." W. b. EDWARDS, Talmyra, O. Bll c WTwhrrr.a.te. 01Boe,44 Morrny Su.X.Y. TU ITS HAIR DYE. Gray Baiu or HVmsKmu cIiobk!1 in rtiiiitiy tuaUDMtr linen by 11 single . plli-itllon f tHia DTK. SM by DniKgista, orvvnt by express vu receipt of $ I. Oftlts', 4i Murray Btreel, New York. TOn'3 MANUAL CF Ufl BECEIPU FREL aug7,'83T. NOTICE OF APPOlNTitlKNT. Ettateof John Hathorn, Deceased. TBU updenlguad haa been appointed and qaalifled aa AJtninia -or of tbe etata of John Hathorn, late of Kjnroe ooun ty, deaeased. Dated this 90th day of July. 4- u-Pg5,'8-w3. aTHPUBN li. HATB0RM. v LEGAL NOTICE. FLORA D&RNON, wbo resides at Bunting, ton, Cabell County, West Virginia; John Hamilton, who resides at Cottageville, Jack son County, West Virginia; MoCIellan Dar. non, James Frastyn, Otho C. Raoker sad the unknown heirs of Dnbbard Rncker, deoaased, whose resldenoes are unknown, will take otioe that J. P. ffpriggs. Administrator with the will annexed, of the estate of Ephraim Raoker, deceased, on the 30th day of Jane, A D. 1884, filed his petition in the Probate Co art within and for tht county of Monroe and State of Ohio, alleging that tbe personal estate of said decedent is Insufficient to pay his debts and tbe charges of administering his estate; that hs died seised in fee simple ef the following desoribed real estate situs, ate in said county of Uonroe and State of Ohio, to wit: The northeast quarter of the northeast quarter of section one, township seven of range seven, containing thirty nine and ninety eight hundredth acres. Also, the southeast quarter of the south east quarter of section two, in same town- ship and range, except twenty acres off the nortu side thereof. The prayer of said petition Is for the sale of said premises, for tbe payment of the debts and charges aforesaid. The persons first above named will further take notioe that they have been made par ties defendant to said petition, and that '.Ley are required to anbwer the same on or before j the 23d day of August, A. D. 1884 J. P. SPRKKJS. Administrator with the will annexed of Ephraim Raoker, deceased. Jnlyl.'84t7. . Spbioo8 & Daioos, Att'ys. LEGAL NOTICE. M' ARY HANDHNSCHKILT.Willisia Handen. scheilt and John Messerlv. a minor axed 19 yrars, whose place of residenoe and post offioe addresa is New Martinsville, Wetxel county, West Virginia, Nanoy Zorn and Chris tian Zorn. who reside in the city of Wheel ing, West Virginia, will tak notice tbat en the 2d day of July, 1884. W. T. Hnrd. as Bx. eonter ef the will of Abraham Afesserly, de ceased filed bis petition in the Probate Court of if on roe county, Ohio, against them and the ether devisees and legatees ot said testator under said will, alleging that the personal estate of said decedent is insuffi cient to pay his debts and eosta of ad ma is tation and asking an order ol said oourt to sell the real estate of decedent situate in Monroe oounty, Ohio, for the purpose of pay. ing said debts and costs of administration. Said real estate sought to be sold is describ ed as follows: Lot number one hundred and thirteen in the town of Clarington in said Monroe coun ty and the equitable interest of decedent in twentv three aores of land in section twentv five, towuhip three of range three, whloh he held under oontraot of purchase from William DorU You are each required to answer said peti tion oa or before the 6th day of September 1884 Vf. T. HURD, Executor of the will of Abraham Messerly, deceased. Iuly8,'84w7. Bobtbb & Mallobt. Att'ys. NOTICE OP APPOINTMENT. Estate of Henry J. Roose, Deceased TBR undersigned has been appointed and qualified aa Fxecutor of the will f Henry J. Roose, late of Monroe County.deo'd. Dated'tbis tdday of August, A. D. 1884. aug5,'84t3. . , - PHILIP ROOdK. , RAILROADS. JO. rZ.. & C Xl'Y CO. TI.TIE TABLE. Take Effect 6.00 a.m., July 6, 1884. Trains Run Dally, except Sunday TRAINS GOING EAST. m : k P, I a w' z. 3 oft "3 Ltivrs: An, Zanesville .......... Wilhelma s fiw a . e a e p e. . o M . On o m s a i eo 2 oS JJ ii a i a a" s. e It 2 hS a fa PM. PM AM. 2:30 6:45 3:04 7:20 3:20 7:36 S:32 :50 3:40 8:00 4;02 8 88 4:11 8:61 4:24 9:10 436 9.38 4:50 9:5ft 6:37 10:41 6: 1 7 - 11,45 8 17 12:15 6:26 12:28 6.32 12-38 6:42 1147 64 12:62 6:58 1:06. . 7;19 1:30' 76 M0 f:19 2.2 Chandlersvtlle . Freeiata Sheppard'a Ridge.. Cumberland........ Hunter Afo Clare ..... ... Belle Valley Caldwell IO0 8arahsville 5 5 SummcrBeld, sr.... 6:9.4 Summerfiold, lv....6.24 Pryor 6:S2 Mere :39 Bristei 6:45 Burkhart 6:49 Lewtftville 7 01- Ken 7:2i WoodsBeld ...7 30 Osark 7:68 Jerusalem 8 06 Beailsvill 8 20 , J,4S Crabapple.. 8X2 ' 8,00 Alledenia 8,44 ' 3.11 Armstrong 8,52 3.3? 1 Captina ... 9,00 3 35 Kelsey 9,14 4,05 Jacobsburg 9,18 4,1 0 Bethel ....9.28 .4,22 lrvin.... 9,40 4,40 Bellaire, ar 10:16 6,35 TRAINS GOING WEST. p : : o a a- O n M M u u est 5 vS"? IS ' a 2 si w H e 2 -5 "O it a Lsatbb: - PM- am. am. p.m, Bellaire 6,00 2,10 Irwin 6,40 2.46 Bethel 6,52 2,58 Jacobsburg 7 02 3.08 Kelsey 7.0K 3.12 Captina 7.29 3 35 Armstrong 7,40 8,45 Alledonia 7.60 3,66 Crabapple 8,32. 4 06 Beailsvill 8,63 . .4,15 Jerusalem 9.14 4,$7 Oaaik' 9.26 4,33 Woodefield 10,05 6.15 6,00 Kerr 1018 5.22 6,06 Lewisvill 10,45 5.4 5,27 Burkhrt " 1 03 6,55 5.39 Brister.... 11)9 5,69 6.43 Afero 11 24 6,09 6,f3 Pryor 11,32 6.15 5 69 Summerfleld, ar 11,45 6 24 6,08 SummerBeld.iv...... 12.30 k,24 8,17 Sarahi-viile 1.30 7:14 7,07 Caldwoll 2:30 7,61 7:34 Belle Valley 3,00 8,04 UcClure 3.20 8.16 Hunter 3.40 8 39 Cumberland 4C2 8;38 Sbeppard'a Kidge....4 17 9.00 Freeland 4,37 9X8 Chandlersyille ...... .462 920 Wilhelma 5,10 9 36 Zanesville 6,50 10.10 Flag Stations are marked with a (). All others are regular stations, at whiou trains will stop without being flagged. Passing points are indicated by full-faced figures. Conductors will stop at all telegraph sta tions and ipunire if there are orders fer them. S. L MOONBY,. President Vf. B. Capurrov, General Manager. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CA1KD EA 8T BOHNO May 12, 1884. Mo. No. Mo. 3. T 11.10 . Ho. 5. AM f8:10 MS FN 3:11 1. Leave - pm Chicago, Lv....5:19 Garrett..... ..10.17 11. PM 8:45 l:r.O 4:35 AM 5:67 PM Defiance.. 1 1.36 AM Fos'ot la 1:10 Tiffla 1:33 Sandusky Chicago Jo.no.... 2:t 5 Mansfield 3:11 Mt. Vernon 4:2 7:42 8:07 7:45 9:10 10:1$ 11:36 5:00 6.28 4:50 6:35 No9am 7:35 f5:00 8:52 6:25 am rm am am Arr Columbus.... 6:10 9,40 .. .6:10 8:40 am pm pm Lve Colnmbns. .2:30 11:40 fS.20 4:30 Lv Newark 5:05 12:59pm 9:50 Ol Zanesyill 5:63 1:53 10:36A?:pm L5:00am ant pm pm am Cambridge.... 6:39 2:50 11:9.6 5,50 am Barnes vllle ....7:29 3.5 1 12:20 6:46 Bellaire 8-20 4,60 1:19 7:47 Arr Wheeling. 10 05 63j 305" 930 Lv Wheeling... 9:00 5:30 2:05 Arrive pm am pm Washington.... 9 42 6,20 5,25 Baltimore.. ..11,10 7,30 3:35 am pm pm Philadelphia... 3:40 12,45 7:40 New York 6.60 3:40 10.35 WESTBOUND. No. No. No 4. 2. pm am ' No No. 12 pm f5:10 4:45 6 pm 11:35 11:27 am 12,36 1.30 LvWfaeeling...3:00 9.40 Bellafre 2:55 9.36 Barnes vllle ...3,50 10:29 5:50 6:46 Cambridge.. .4,38 11:23 Zanesvtll 6:33 1 2:23pm 2 7:45Pm ,i5OL6,0am A'rColumbua . . 7,50 Lv Columbus.. 4:30 2,40 6:10 11.40am 2,30 8:40 pm 4,30 Newark 6:40 Mt Vernon.... 7 26 Mansfield... .8:44 Shelby Jane.. 9.15 1:40pm 3:40 6:00 2 36 4:32 663 4:03 6:58 8:20 4:27 - 6:24 Arr Sandusky. Lv Sandusky.. . 6:30 4,60 8:55 Lve Chi Juno.. 9:40 6:25 Tiffln.i... , 0;29 7:20 Kostoria 10.5J 7.47 t8:40 9:20 9.51 11.58 2:00 7:10 ! Deflanoe... .. lf.:28am 9:42 Garrett 2:00 11:22 5.40 3:00 m ArChioago ....7:05 8.38 'Daily, t Dally except Sandsy. f Daily exoepr Saturday. ' Trains are run west of the Obi River 90th meridian time. East f the Ohio River, 76th meridian time. Train leaves Barnesville at 2:39 p. nv, ar riving at Wheeling at 5:10 p. m. Train leaves Wheeling at 9 a. m., arriving at Barnesville at 9.5 5 a. m. L. at. Colb, General Tloket Agent, Balti more. W. K. RRPPBRT, Pass. Ag't, Columbus. C. K. LORD Oen. Pass. Agt, Baltimore, - Wheeling. & Lae Erie CLEVELAND MARIETTA R. R'S. Time Table-In Effect May 1884. rEMTR4t. STAMD4RO TIWE. Bastwabd. No. 1, Toledo, It 1 20am Oak Harbor, ar.8 15 am Fremont. ......8 40am ayde 9 00am Bellevu 9 20am atonroeville,lv..9 40am, Norwalk, lv....9 65am ClarksSeld....l0 18am No. 6 Ne.7, 6 20pm 7 15pm 7 40pm 7 65pm 8 12pm 8 30pm 8 43pm 9 07 pm s9 21pm 9 35pm 9 50pm 10 1 0pm 10 30pm 1 40pm 2 08pm 3 20pm 4 18am 4 45am 6 6 5 03pm. 20pm 40pm 00pm 6 6 25pm Brighton slO Wellington.... 10 Spencer ..... 11 Lodi 11 Creston, ar... 11 30am 45am 00am lam 34am 34am 49am 00pm 6 3Rpm 6 60pm 7 05pm 7 22pm 7 40pm 7 40pm 8 00pm 8 6pm Creston, lv ...11 Smith vllle..... 11 Orrville. ar,...12 Orrville, lv... 12 20pm 15pm 8 22pm 8 30pm 8 50pm 6 00am 6 14am 6 30am 6 38am 6 60am 7 13am s7 38am 2 08pm 2 20pm 2 40pm 2 45pm 3 OCprn 3 lTpm 3 25pm 3 37pm 4 00pm 4 27pm 4 65pm 5 33pm 6 00pm 6 30pm 7 12pm Burton City.'. 12 28pm Dalton ..... 12 40pm Jua88illon,ar..l 00pm Massillon.lv. ..2 45pm Navarre 3 00pm Bolivar 3 17pm Zoar 3 25pm Valley Jane, lv.3 37pm Canal Dover... 4 00pm Phillipsburg ...4 27pm Newfomersto'n.4 55pm Kmbollon 6 33pm Cambrldge,lv...6 00pm Point Pleasaat.6 30pm Caldwell .7 12pm Dexter..... .. 7 38pm Jtfacksbnrg 7 48 pm Warner .......8 10pm If arietta, ar.... 9 05pm Nol, 8 02am 8 40am 07am 38am 9 9 10 20am 10 60am 11 00am 11 23am 12 20pm No 9. 7 38pm 7 48pm 8 10pm 9 05pm No 3, No 39 It .Vaoksb'g5 00pm ar Varieita6 5pm No 11 It Oak Har 9 16pm arNorwalklS 20pm No 1 3 lv Lodi 6 OOau ar C.Do v'rl 2 40pm No 1 6 IT Toledo 7 25am ar NorwalkS 45pm No 17 It Norwalk6 26am ar Tal Juno5 85pm No 19 lv VaUunol 30am ar Marietta? 15pm HuronBranoh, No 27, Norwalk, It. .10 00am - Milan 10 22am Fries Landing 10 32am Baron, ar .. .10' 50am No 29, 08pm 6 30pm 6 40pm , 6 55pm Westward, He , No 6. no as, Marietta, It.... 11 40am 6 00am Warner .....i 11 33pm 6 62am Maeksburg 12 66pm . 7 15am Dexter 1 l)3pm 7 23am CaldelU,....J..l 27pm 7;48m Point Pleasant: .2- 7pnl 8 28aa 3 20pm 4 22pm 4 45pm it Cambridge 2 50pm 9 07am KimboHon 3 17pm 9 35am NewComerstown.4 00pm 10 15am Phillipsburg... 4 27pm slO 42am Canal Dover.... 4 65pm 11 07am Valley Junction 6 2opm 12 80am Valley Junotion.5 40pm 11 33am Zoar 6 47pm 11 40am ' Bolivar I 65 pm 11 48am Navarre 6 10pm It 04pm No 4 00am 24am 32am 4oam Afassillon 6 25pm 12 20pm 9 Dalton 6 60pm 12 40pm 9 Burton City.... s6 58pm 9 Orville. ar 7 05pm 12 63rm 9 Orville, it 7 15pm 2 &2pm 10 00am 5niithville 7 S6pm 10 13am Creston, Ar 7 40pm I 20pm 10 30am . No2 Creston, Lt. ...7 40pm 6 45am 10 30am Lodi 7 66pm 6 00am 10 47am Spencer s8 13pm S 18am 11 00am Wellington 8 S7pm 6 35am 1 SOam Brighton ....... 8 38pm . 6 45am 11,33am Clarksfield s8 61pm 6 58am 11 4am Norwalk..... ..9 15pm 7 35am 12 sOpm Monroyille 9 35pm 7 45am 12 30pm Bellevuo 9 42pm 8 0am 12 46pm Clyde 9 58pm 8 20am 1 00pm Fremont 10 15pm 8 40am 1 17pm Oak Harbor.... 10 40pm 9 04am 1 48pm Toledo, ar.... 11 30pm 10 00am 2 40pm No 12 lv Maestl'on330piu ar Wei'gna S7pm No J4 It Norwalk ,14bamar Toledo 4 45pm No 16 It ValJucn 6 00am arNorwkt 15pm No 18 It Marietta 6 03am ar Val Jot 9 10pm Huron iranch No 26, No 28, Bnron.lv 6 30am 3 40pm Fries Landing .6 45am 3 67pnt Milan 7 OPam 4 10pm Norwalk, ar.... 7 S3am 4 35pm 'Daily, 8 lop on Signal, x Do not stop - Connections Toledo with all lines enter ing the city. Connections Fremont. L. E. & w. K. B; Clvde, I., B & W. E. R.; Bellevue. N. Y. O. & t."L. R. B,.; Monroevtlle. B & O R R; Wei n. I! f! A. T R DrMlrni N T P & O R R; Orrville, OA&ORR;PC&TandPF W & C R R; MaRsillon, rjWSOKB; and n T. .(. WR R' Vnllnv Jnnntinn. Val If v R R: Canal Dover. O. d P R R. and C L & W. R. R; New Comerstown. P. C & St. L R R; Cam bridge, B & O R R; Point Pleasant, C. W fc N Y ft R: Marietta. O W & B R R. M. D. WOODFORD, JAMES M. HALL. Gun'l Manager. Qen'l Pass. Agt. I. T-.. " " i 1 " " '"" WOODSFIELD MARBLEWORKS. FEED. C. SCHEEER, iropriotor. HAVING all tbe necessary tools, and being myself a praotioalmsrbls worker, I am pre pared to do all work in my line, of any material or any deign, in a first class ty!e, and cheaper than any other establishment FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLES, ') . and ean, en abort notice, turn out of aayworks j i MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &c, && Designs shown and prices cheerfully furnished at any time n aoDlloation. Parties nur. chasing from mo will save the agent'i commlsslna. Mv work gnrants Itself, febl9,'84T. Plummer's Fine Art Gallery. 1138 Main street, mi mi 1 Dozen Best Cabinet Photos, only $3. ' 1 Dozen Fine Card Photographs, $1, $1 50 and $2, ac cording to style and finish. The Largest Stock of Picture Frames. Motto Frames. Al bums, Looking Glasses, &c, A . C H I LL , ; ; WSOIiBSAIjB FRUITERER & CONFECTIONMl, SO. Ill KELMOST KT., BELLAIUE. OHIO. m I have the purest Fine and Common hands the freshest Bananas, Pine Apples, ana outer And all other kinds of Nuts furnished the frov leading houses in New York, Philadelphia and Boston. .r Dealers oan save money by purchasing at prompt attention. -zx. O. JtJ.i 1 sTs, . Xo ill Belmont St., 33oXXa.lxo. O. Bjay8,'836. . -. FURNITURE. ?UHNITUEB AIwsts in store. The Unrest and best selected stock of every grade of Furniture In the city, whioh I Bay and Soil for Cueh. thereby enabling so to offer Bmcial Baboaiis. UNDERT To which I pay particular attention. My stook is complete, from a plain ooffln to a fine Cloth Casket All t as It Is a Fair Trial and FRED. HOFFMAN, No 232 Union Stbmt, Nxxt Book to Matxb & Klotz, Bkllaikx, Ohio. ootai,'79T. L. P. NEUHART, DSALEB 15. General Hardware, (Neuhart's Corner Building,) WoodsfLold, ,' Keeps eonstaatly oa band Qiampion Grain Mis, Nail, . Mechaalc'a Tool. Table and Packet f7ullerj, srlcnl lural Implements. Build er's Uardware, Jtc, Ac In fact everything usually kept In a Hard ware Store. - Call and compare prices before buying. . 1 F. HUAABT. aprl7,83T. CITY BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY! JACOB REINHERE.Prop'r, w'oodhfxeld; o. Jn.t malted, tb. Lrgst Dwk f , 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 Minoemeat, Tobacco c3 Cigars. 9"Bot C ffee, Bandwiobes, Cheese, Cakes, Craokers, Pies. Bolognas, Ao. rJg"Tors will be sold at cost. chl8,'84. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT. Estate 0 George Smith, Deeeaied. TUB undersigned has been-appointed and qualified as Bzeontriz of be will of QeorBe 8m. th, late of Monroe oountyeeeased. Dated this 14th day of July, A. D, 1884. Jlfl5,84w3. LCC1NDA SMITH. oan do it, Woodstteid, uhio. "Wheeling, "West Va, OF THE FLOOD in the city. . . .. . Candies in the market, and keep constantly on .. Oranges, ; Lemons Grapes, tropical rrniis. trade at fair rates. 4fy goods are purchased my establishment. Orders by mail wul receive . ! . UNDERTAKING. AKIN G, I will Guarantee Satisfaction. A FARM situated on the Ohio River, in Tyler county. West Va.. on the line of the Obio River R. B . three'.miles below &is tersviile. onntaining about llrO aores, 40 acres of whioh Is river bottom; is wett watered and a Terr desirable dairy or atock farm. For sale at a bargain on easy terms. Address SO. LOCK WOOD. MoundsTille, West Va. Or apply to JOHN A. UAVBNPORT oa the premises, . July 29, 1884. CLEVELANDSu:"m:; - his life, written at his own home, with his co-operation and as sistance, by the renowned Goodrich. . Lar, gest, cheapest: handsomest, best; Blegantly illustrated. Costs more per eopy to manu facture than the other lives that are sold for twice Its prioe. Outsells all others ten to one. One of our agenta made a profit of over $50 the first day. A harvest of gold will be realised by oTery worker. All new beginners suooeed grandly. Terms free, and the most liberal ever offered. 8a ve valuable tima h aandie 2i OCDtS for POSUgO. !.. on free outfit, wh eh includes . large pros pectus book. Act quioaiy; a nay ai me aiart is worth a week at the finish ' B. HALLKTT A CO., Jnl22,'84m2. Portland Jtfaine. LEGAL NOTICE. , MARY CLKOa and Samuel Clegg, her hus band, who reside at Bockport, Wood County, West Virginia; Sanford Jones, a minor, who resides Sit Big Bpring, Wbti e County, Iowa, and Oscar Jones, a minor, who resides at Allerton, Wayne County. lw, will take notioe that William A. Howl . Admin, istrator with the will annexed, of tbe esUte of John Bowel), deceased, on the 1 1 ' dav of Jnly, 1&84, filed his petition iu he Pn-bate Court within and for the county of Monro, and State of Ohio, alleging tbat the personal estate of sa'd decedent is -ofl eierii pay hi. debts, legaoies and the cbaigt-s of admii.li tering hia eeUie; that be d ed teti.'rt in fe simple of the following de'Cr.bei rev estate situate in said eounty of Monroe au I State ot Oho to wit: All of the southeast quarter of section thirty six. township three range 'oor, exeet seventy four and thirty even hnudredth , aores sold off of the same by t'hit'p N land , and wjfe to William Alexander, eontainiug ' eighty two aorea more or lcs. Also, the northwest quarter of the oat' west quarter of section tbirtr, txmliip three mnge four, except abjnt t -tut ' aires sold by John Uowell. ant wife to William Pasco, said exception being all tbat part "f ttf tract on the soma side ol tue rk, tud being all the lands of which the said Wm. Howell died aeisad. ' The prayer of said petition Is for the sale of said premises, for the payment of tbo debts, legacies and charges aforesaid. The persona first above name 1 will further take notioe that they have been uaiie par ties defendant to said petltlon.and tbat they are required to answer the same on or before the 20th day ot September, A. D. 184. WILLIAM A. HOWKLL, Adm'r with the will annexed of Jjha How ell, deceased. july2V84t7. A. J, f iabsoi, Att'y l DRUG STORES. c5 ,?:??, c-5 DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, BRUSH JE8, DTE STUFF, AND Ail. Popular Patent Medicines, CAN alwaya be found at J. T. JUDI1KB Drag Store, at tha lowest cash prices PURE WINES AND LIQUORS Ft Kedlolsal Purpsesay always be found, at J. T. JUDKINS'. PAINTS, Or all oolors, and ia orsr form.- t J. I JUDKINS'Drug Store. r.iKswrn nrr. TYt the Barrel or gallon, at lowest Market U rates, at J. T. JUDIINS'Draf Store. THE BEST COAL OIL ' ' IN the market also, lard Oil, Pish OH Neat's Foot OH, Ac., Ac, eai lo had at T.JDDKIN8' at the lowest cask prises PURE WHITE LEAD, OP B. Fahnestock'a bracd, whloh Is so Just ly eelebrated for Its purity, wkiteie and durability. Is jast received by I. T. JOT 1 KINS, and wUl bo sold at the lowest oasa rBMSB. ; PERFUMERY. SOAP, SPJCES,. TOBACCO, BMTJFT AR9 CIOAKS, A ND a variety, of other articles belesgraf J to the Druggist's trade, all ef which wfll bo sold as low as they eaa bo aforded. , PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CaaarauT PaarAass at all hours of the day and night J. T. JUDKINS. aepST. IlQBEHI-EdEJE, - '.DEALER in..-. . ... '; MEDICINES, ' PURE rRTJOS, 1 Perfumery, ., Toilet Articles, Patent Medloines, Window Glass, Patty, a 1 1 a n n. w r. . n . k.v.iu.i 0i w., i mm, v w.aav, ramie of all kiads, Oil and Varnishes, Brushes, Statiouery, Blank Books', - ' . . A ; ' ' SCHOOL BOOKS AND ." ' S c lio o 1 St ation ery,- Fine and Stogie Cigars, Lmps and Chimaeya Coffee, Sugar, Teas, nd0rooeries of all kladi. Best .Assortment of Fine Soaps in towa, aua every tm ng usual I kept la a First Class Drug Store, all of whioh will be' sold at the ' HiOwesrt Cask Prices L1QVORS OF BEST qVALITf ( Iwinfedlclnal Par poses, CwB lamtljr llaatd. - Give II Jm n fall aud be Con, Ylaeed. Physicians PrOseriptlcns CareloIIw Prepared at All Honrs. . ifatit fTnwf Street, Wood field, sepis.B LEGAL NOTICE. JOHN NBTJHART, who resides at Bockport, Wood county, Wt Virginia; Sophia Diehl and Conrad Dlehl.whe reside at Lewis' Station, Henry county. Afissonri; and James Fleshman, Thomas F. Fleahman, Louis Fleah man and Christian Fleahman, who reside at Jonesourg, Montgomery eounty, Jfissourl; and Daniel Fleahman, who resides at fFheol. ing, Ohio eouoty. West Virginia, will take notice that Henry Re chart and Frederick Clanger, Administrators of the estate of Leonard Neohart, deeeased, 00 the 16th day ot June, A. D 1884, lied their petition In the Probate Court, within and for the county of AfonroV and State of Ohio, alleging that the personal estate of said decedent is in. ' sufficient to pay his debts and the charges of administering hla estate: that ho died seised In fo simple ef the following describ ed real estate aitaata Irs said county of Mon roe, to wit: f The northwest quarter of lection Jl 8 Slav teen, township 4 four of renge 5 lve, containing one hundred aad sixty -l0 seres, more or less. . The Braver of ulil vxtitlra la tnr Vkm i.U of said premises,: for the payment ot ta debts and charges aforesaid, " The penoni first above aamed wfll further take notice that they have been made par ties defendant in said petition, and that they are required to answer the same ouor before th 16th day ofAegntt. A D l8t-4- BKNRY NXDBART and ' FRKDBRICK CLAUQKS. ,:! : Administrators as aforesaid, , Juiel7,'84tT. fPSJOOS a DRI0O3, Att'yi, Notice to Tacale an Addlllon. to Calais, h NOTICB is hereby given tkatC t. Xberlw et al did, on thethdayf May, 1884. file.: with the: Clerk of the Common Pleas Court of Monroe CouAty,Ohio, ao ppiioa'.lon ' la writing, to vaoate tbat part of F. G.1vto. land's adiition to the town of Calais, kn'owa as lots' No. 56, 57. 68. 6 and 60 ' Said ap plication will bo for hearing at the next taroa of said court. , . ... JiHgi B J0MR4 Junel0,'84S, Att'y for Petitioners.'' notice to contractors. ... S BALED bids will bo receftel at theTltrks office of tbe Board of BJno.tlon of Ohio Township, Afonroo Coontv, Ohio, unt'l nooa ' of Saturday, August 23 T884, for the baild. ing of and furnishing a school house fa Joint Sob UtKtriut No, 10, to bo located on the land ff C I Ga'lah'er, on Oppossom Creek. The school b ue to be a frame on a good stono . f ntdatii.u 2U30 ft. 10 feet high from floor tn eeiliag: ei!)fd- wth whiter pins .'flooring: we at lulu aided with good yellow poplar flt l.tere1 wathrboarding, tm boot, and three coat goon wbiio laf paint. Bach bidder ia reqnes'ed to S-iid witU his 1)14 the speoiflot liens of a:d ho ice Also bid for furniture separate. '" ' The Board resjivei tbo right to reject any and all b is. . ... t . . . , By order of the Board. ' JOSEPH EAST, Cerk of Board of Bducatlou. . u'ly 29. 1 84 -w4 KOTICE OF ELECTION. XfOTICK Is bereb' given that the Annual i BVetion for Offl n of the Mearoo Coun ty Agricultural ctooi-ty will be held at the reoreiaiy's timoe oa the Fair Ground at Woodjffeld Ohio, Teurdy, August 28, 184, f r tb" eleotltn of li Directors. Polls open at 9:30 a m., and clo-e at 11 oVlock am. julyz9.'84id. QBO. P. DORS, Secretary. REDEMPTION NOTIOE To Vnitkew Moon or wAom it mag Concern.' 1 Notice Is hereby given that W. H. at alio-, rr haa paid Into the County Treasury a aunt sufficient to redeem lot No. 139 'a Claring ton, in seotiou 19, township 3 of range 3, sold at a Delinquent Tax Sale by John Ruegsegger, Treasurer ot Monroe County, Ohio, January 15, 1884, -In the name of ATatthew Moore to Matthew Moore. B A ATKIN30N, July29,'84t3. Auditor Monroe Co, Ohio.