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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1884. AOCO KDIXQ TO PALUlTIir Thcro Aro at Least Seren Distinct f. J. Types of Hands. i- ; Detroit Kre PrtS .TherS are-seven' f diatioct types "of oin'ils' co'riIn2 to the science of palm Utrr. fifty arc as follows: -First, fhe tletnentary hand. The char jicterhtlc teaja.res of this baa') are thick, tiff flflgfrs, short thumbs tomrd hack, large,' broad, thick polro, Very. bard. Tbosa are the band of laborers; farmers ndLbgaUng soldiers rxeawio work It-. borfonslY, without thou, htor originality Are easily discouraged by adverse cr cumstancea which cannot be overcome by brute force. ",' : ' Tbe spatulale hand bat a bfff thumb, and comes next on tbe list. This is a , good band to have. The possessor is a actaalfst and -not -an idealist, and sur roonds hifflself. with useful comforts. The anisic hand, lbe third on the list, la a flxitile hand, with small thumb ami medium palm, Indicating love of beauty. It has three idisuact types, hut in each lore of some kind predominates. In tbe blithest it is a love of art. Tbe useful band is of medium size. Wllfl v telMo!oted fltfger. palm hollow fid firm t people who1 bite ihls palm are ffAiin Aratmvara sinn ciiuHiiiinarianai -vine phlhoeopbio band is a medium u . I sized, pliable band. Its mono is, "Mod erauon in an mines ana iruin in aiv The psjetyc band is tbe rarest end most 'frHinti'oi type; of-elk. It is small,1 the Srigeh WitliTjut knots, the third phal ange long and pointed, the thumb small aad well shaped ; if the hand is large.and 'lbe Joints well-developed. It bas Tnori ftyci tot not ad much originality.1 Such ' eubjects are guided by the. ideal, the sub lime and tbe spiritual. r (The jnlxed band baa parts of all lie ifjpea. -It r usual to And that the owner if .k - V J I . ai 1 U i .11 ... J 'vi ucu b usu'i i" - ini;n ui an unuroauu master of none." It is boih a perplex ing and amusing band to read.aa Us lines fpparenrlv contradict each others ;. . fheJi fcbawcteriatie of all these types MpPlT&H W,9me,6 ae-w'ell al to. men,- bat are less pronounced, as man creates, wo nitn deydofs .The female band mar be divided into two classes,' those with large Jfcnml-a and those with email thumbs. Xocliah women osuallv have the extenoi f p)ilMlti delicately jriwwed consqrjent "bntbeir williDgness to adopt household wis. t 1 n . i 1 ""' wire, nic luxurious wuiueu ui iuc toot, vde?oUi uotd deatb, iiave slim bands 'qbari 'finders and small thumbs will Lave a neat, orderly house. - A woman -witb tpatulate Angers and small thumbs j Jfill Jove oraes and dgs. Conic Angers :ai a email ibumh Indicate a fondness . for being-fared.- - One does not need to he "gfpsy ueh -in-order to read tbe lines of the hand vitb.Buch.instructiops as these -aad predict fortunes Jor-tbe i 2SJL (J , a a Hie ior me iuariuc-. - TCX. Mail and tfxpresa. ' 5 ' The audden. change in the weather .re minded 'lbe young woman of her seal akin sacqoe packed away up stairs. TSHroOght it down and ahowed 1t to bar father. "It looks Ih'le worn and shabby, my ifesr," eaid tbe old gentleman; ,4I will give you the money to get a new one be fore cold weather sets ic." ; ' ,lOh,-'no, you needn't, papa. "A little t'cleating . and brushing and it. can be -. made. to look very well for another sea son atleast." ( She then went into the kitchen end ; made some biscuits for tea that reminded the writer of twan'a dnwn. onlv thev weren't quite so heavy The name and address of this girl will be given to any young man whose refer enda are satis'sctory. a Prudent Father. . Detroit Free fress. "Whv, 6on'tyou lake the daily papers r rftn 'linnta T" mmm tbort rtt m mi a a n( plxtern, who wss looking up and down ' Reward street for a newsboy yesterday afternoon. "Ob, yr a ; hut abont everr other roor- got without the Jie ws' " . ;Wfcy ihouVl hedotha)?" "There's CrobaWy another elopement with a coachman, and be doesn't wan1 me to see tbe particulars " And so you buy the papers?" 'f'Just so all the morningtnd erenlng " lcues. and I read 'em to the last line. Pa" la a dear, good old fellow, but if be geia ahead of me he's got to stop ih fu printing presses instead of tbe papers." Opera and Tobacco. Chronicle vtrndeftonee." A friend of mine mt a well known millionaire on tbe Oakland boat a few morning's ago. S'le bad seen the roil- linnatm'a family at the OtlHS the tiijht before and had noticed the absence of lha ho1 nf thp honar. I did not see you at the . theatre last ti"It. - - - - . -r . w . . t . t ' waan lueie. i a or ill rest of the familr there. 'yetf. If yna won't gire it away I'll n rni frankl" I dont take mncn siocn i. Ti.it.rt hnorV snvwav. I think oners U a good eal like chewing tobacco ' You're got o cultivate tne tas'p.' ; . Freckles Quite Pashionable. T e ihf frpytcie are in lastiwn. no J tiip for th n. orj that bare iron hidder in their blond nd visible on their It-cee ! Freckles a. tbe ortwfrd sign of iewaif -irnn I l.sc alwaVs mderstoofl. Jr. America thev are so mt'ch in vogue thi -yenr tht arttDcsai means iiuve icu nuup tnr nrndoclnff ihem. "A freckle oaar.' mfactuier f as inventtd a sirt of sand that js rubbed into the cheeks aud cmes out HrepfcW Prohablv he is tb fline prsc .li'ioner who sows dimples result war ranted. London Ttuth ' The First Keen Twinge. As the feason advances, the pains and . ..kte h ahirh rhpnmfttism makes iteelf known, are experiencecf after every ex posure, it ia clsimpd that Hood's Sar aapVilla U a speciGc or rheumatism we doubt if there ia, or can be, such a u ramedy. But .the thoussnde benefitted bv Hord'a Sari-aparilla, warrant' us in . nrjjirg others who softer from rbeuma tism to take it before the first keen winge. v 'Vies, said an old settler, 'we ran bosses in T xas.' TheB you take an Intret.in the noble sport?' asked tbe stranger 'I was ngased in a- hoes race "88roe eais ago .in . wUcb I took right ' smart interest in.' ' ' R inning race 7 'Hit war' 'Mile or bat' track?' -Hit - Rim mi! Irack. sirnper. Tpxss "' is a big Slate.' .'A BHi -mile ' track ! I nevft beard of such a thing. . And $A bbi?' '-You bft.' 'Uow much did . Mouse Uafaing. . "Chfcsgo Is ' great city," remarked one traveling man to another, as they got off tbe train in that town Yes, h'a a big place. Did you ever see them raising houses and building tbe first story last?' Nn, do they do thalT'V Tea, all tbe time. Why, some time ago they raised tbe whole Tremont House, with four thousand jacks." . How many ?" "Poor thousand l" - Thunder! It didn't take that many, did it? ,r By gravy, I bsw a fellow down in Cincinnati, about a week ago, go into one of tbe tiiggest establishments there, and I'm a sucker if be, dirt n't raise the whole bouse with two Jacks.. Prettiest game ol bluff I ever saw." ' " The otber man gave Cincinnati the lead, and Chicago came in a very fair second iVerfifiinf Tmneler FACTS. Those contemplating a trip westward will certainly do well to carefully eon suit the time tables of the Baltimore and Ohio road. Its celebrated fast trains, its sure connections, and rates always as low. as the lowest, make, it beyond all controversy the best line West. Colo nists are earried in first class cars on fast trains, and every possible care is taken to losare ' comfort and convenience. Trains run through without change of jars to Chicago, where direot connection is made with all leading lines to the west, northwest and southwest, making Hut a single change of, esrs to Iowa, Taisbs, Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota, tad. No other lino can offer suh 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 tiokets before having a talk or re ceiving a letter from one of the B. & O. Agents. A latter addressed to W. E. Beppert, 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 Informs, tion as to all necessary details of time connections, fares, baggage, etc., ete. , - . . .. Btnnd to whistle : ; . Ok, whistle, daughter, whittle, and yon shall have a cow; I never whistled in my life, and I can't whistle now. 1 . .... i . ; . Oh, wliUt'o, danghter, whistle, and you shall have a man; . I never, whistled in my life, but IH whistle if 4 loan. XyJ. M. Ebkrli, Proprietor of the Miltoneburg Marble Works, and build er of the Soldiers' and Sailors'. Monu ment, at Rellaire, is closing out his im mense stock of Headstones, Table's and Granite and Marble Monuments 25 per Cent. CHEAPER than any other estab lishment cat) do it. , . , i rt ' ; i I 4Th Thre Ball Game. , Merchant Traveler. . . ' Look hers, Moses said, a slim young man'. gntag iuto a pawnbroker's shop. didn't you. see me on the street yesier- darr.' 'Veil, ynnk veller, I should 'ink Jdit." - "Did you see me bow to you 7" ---'I ra," Well, why in thunder didn't you re tarn it 7" "K' ahlow, mine vrent, ko Bhlo. A man vot ish in my pizzlnessdon'd return noddings widout be baeb tier teeget, unit venefler you gif me dot teeget, yusl count me in ror returning effery lings rot yon ef me." , "Ob al excuse me, there's a friend calling me," and slicking tbe end of bis empty watcbebain back into bis porket, the same ynng man walked out. -Mer chant Traveler . . Don't Give Up Tet. It doesn't follow that a patient will die because the doctors bare "given him op" or that be will recover because they promise to '-pull him through." It i never to late to try tbe qreat virtues ol Paiker'sTopii' Mr. Michael Gailloyle. of Binghsmton, N. Y. wss cured of Rheumatism by it a'ter ten years of uo-speakable-eufferins.' Mr. R. W. Moeher, druggist, ol same city, certifies that be has sold over a thousand boules of Par ker's Tonic ibrongb its rfpmatiun for this and. other core s '.. v ? Call for Hall's Catarrh Cure, Taken internally. Price 75 cents per bottle. Five hundred men went out to tbe eircom-polar stations in . 1881. and all carre back safely except the 19 mem here o' Greely'a party. - Under the laws of Mini a person who procures a divorce can not marry for two years without permieaon of the court granting the decree. Worn'in hive him too often compar ed to fljwers. Tuere will always be thi? lUflference between tbem : when tbe flow r is beautiful it knows nothing of it. Hsll's Catarrh Cure ia takn internalh It ac's directlv npon the blood and th mucas surfaces of tbe system. Piici 75 cents. For sale by R. W. P. pe. A boarding house cook baa beer awarded 9450 lor the invention of a new and improved chicken aoup. Perhaps tbe improvement consists of putting ir, some chicken. Carter's Li'tle Lirer Pills will posi tively cure e:ck headache and prevent i s return. This iB not talk, bnt truth. One pill a dose. . Tu be lad of all drug gists. See advertisement. "Has be gone dear?" "Yes grand ma." "And what was that Bound in tin all, Jessie ?" "Why, it must have heet the door shutting, grandma" "You rand-'ia may be old and deaf, Jessie but doors did not shot like that whei the was a girl ." "Did. the men wea; mustaches tbtn, grandma?" "No, m dear ". "Well, that makes the diflerencr probably."; "It ia reported tbnt a p'ivate comps ny in Chicago hao, by hiring the cleik in th recorder' ( Rice' to pork nights, tecurctf a complete copy ot the tit.e books'. He proposes io sell the info n:aiion thus obiamed to lawyers and. res' e?faie agents at less tbnn tbe official fee The recorder regards this piece of tntei prise so seriously that he will not accep a renomination, holding that the valu of the-office will be depreciated by thi competition. Tbe other evening quite a chill was i the air, and George ventured out c Sixth Avenue with bfs girl. "The nigh sir is chiHy,,rbe eaid. with a liit'e 'shiv r. "If you were more warmly clad j I would ask you to have eome ice cream but that tbrn mus'in drea, and" am not at all crli!" tbe girl interroptei . "To be sure I mi'jht have thrown som ! thing over my ebooldtrav hut, Georre. sear, think how warmly I am wrappe icp'Jn you." At this George's fe-rs gav .way, and; a few momenta later a smart!) dressed waiter was deferentially iuc i; ing his ear tl'omans Province HB DUTIES OF THB GENTLER SEX HOW BEST FULFILLED. What a great task is assigned to wo man. Its dignit can not be elevated. It is not her province to make laws, to lead armies, nor to be at the head of great en (terprises, but to her is given the power to form those bv whom the laws are made, to teach the leaders of mighty armies and the governors of vast empires. She is required to guard against having the slightest taint of bodily infirmity touch ' the frail creature whose moral, intellect ual and physical being is derived from her.' She must instil correct principles, inculcate rii;ht doctrines, nnd breathe into ' the soul of her offspring those pure senti ments which :n time to come will be a paft of themselves, and b'.ess generations vet unborn. Yes, to woman is given the blessed privilege of aiding the sufferer in all the various stages of his existence. She smiles serenely nt the christening, and weeps a; the burial, whilo she soothes the bereaved heart. This is her province and duty. Yet how can she fulfill her mission unless possessed of a strong and healthy body r" The preparation of Dr. S. B. ; Hartman, and known as Peruna,js just the thing for persons suffering" from a ma jority Of the complaints incident to this climate. It is invaluable to women, and Mrs. J. V. Reynolds, of New Lisbon, Columbiana county, Ohio, is a noted ex ample of what the medicine can do. She says she hag suffered for years with con gestion of the lungs, catarrh in the head, and was troubled with a bad cough. She had tried a number of physicians, but they nil failed to cure her. She was in duced to try Puruxa, and immediately a marked change took pftice. After using one bottle her cough ceased and in a short time her other ailments were cured. She is now completely restored to health, and gives all the credit to Peruna. Mr. J. W. Reynolds, her husband, was a con firmed invalid. lie could not sleep well, neither could he work. Heused Peruna, and as a result, was completely restored to his former vigor and strength. He says he now feels like a new man. Mir. Bernhardt Seubs, St. Clair, St. Clair county, Mich., says: " I have thor oughly tried vour Peruna in the various diseases to wfiich parents nnd a large fam ily of children are ever liable, and I rTnd it in every case to be just the thine needed No family can honestly be without it." Nancy Fetennan, Cookport, Indiana County, Pa., says: w Gentlemen t Your valuable Peruna is the best medicine I ever used." - oil4,'64r. Hav Fever Tt is a ty pe of catarrh having peculiar symp toms. It u attended by an inflnnied condi tion ot the lining mem braneof the nostrils, tear-ducts and throat, nffecting the lungs. An acrid mucus is se creted, the discharge is accompanied with a painful burning sen sation. Thttre are se vere spasms of sneez- 'ii..rnrfMir; s nar rtf lk ts: EiAV.CE'VE'EI frequent attacks w of blinding headanhe.a watery and inflamed state of the eyes. JLly 8 Cream Balm is a remedy founded on a cor rect diagnosis of this disease and can be, de pended upon. 50 cts. ut druggists: 60 cts. by mail Sample bottle by mail 10 cts. LT Bros. Druggists, Owego, N. Y. . . GHBRIEY'g Stomach $ Liver REGULATOR CURES CGaSTiPAY 10. Torpid Lfver.Indipestion, Eeartburn, Malaria, RheumatisDi, Palpit-tlon ot the Heart when arising from Indigestion or deranged condition Mine stomneh. Sic Headache or llicrain, Piles and Female com plain ts. The only med icine in lae world teas . ' rait Ivcl j Curce ConstlpatteW. ?Tiee, $1.00 per bottle ; 6 bottles, IS.00 SEKD FOa ClacULAKS, FRES. P.J. CHENSY & CO., Prop'rs, ... XOI.EDO. O. Ootober 14, 1884 It. Rtek Headache and relieve all the trembles (net dent to a bilious state of the system, such aa Dis cmess, Kaasea, Drowsintws, Distress after fating. Pain in the Side, Ac While their mostKmari. ebl success has been shown In earing BeJah,7fprtor,BLittlcI.iverPillsareejnny ; Valuable in Constipation, cr.rinz and preventing this annoying complaint, whiio they also correct all dJaordcra of the stomach, stimulate the lirer and xtgulate the bowel, JtTen if they only cored Aehe thfr wonld healmost priceless to to?e who uffer from this distressing complaint; tratforta ntl y their goodness dor not end here, and tbow who once try theia will find these little pill valu able in ao many ways that they will not be willing to do wiUMUtthem. But alter all lick head la thenano of k many live that here la where we make our great boast. Our puis cure it while elheradouot. . Carter's Little Liver Pills are very email and . wryea-yto take. One or two pills makoa dose. They art strictly vegetable and do not gripe or puree, bat by their gentle action please all who ssethem. In vials at 25 cent; five for tt. Sold tj drugsifltb everywhere, or sect by mail. CARTER HESICIXE CO., New York. gep30,'84T. Are you ailing, try Wnu1 Hiiltr Rs- "wu, a pure, clean, wnoiesome ror Brain. Kema, Stomach, Uver, Ktdneyi, Langs, An Unequaled Iurigorant. Cures DYSPEPSIA, Headache, Fever, Ague, Chills, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Nice to taka. trtiA mrit nnftniiAlMi tnr TORPID.. LIVER. and.Night Buchu-Paiba Remarkable Cores of Catarrh of the Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kid neys and Bladder, Stone or Gravel Dis eases of tbe Prostate Gland, Dropsical Swellings, Female Diseases, Incontin ence ot Urine, aU Diseases of the Genito urinary Organs in either ser. For Un healthy or Unnatural Discharges use also "Chaptn's Injection Fleur," each $L For SYPHILIS, either contracted or hereditary taint, use Chapin's Constitu tion Bitter Bynip, $1.00 per bottle, and Chapin's Syphilitic Pills. 82.00; and Cha pin's Syphilitio SnJvn, fl.CO. 8 bottles Syrup, t ot Pills, 1 Salve, by Express on receiDt of f 10.00. or at Diwrists. E. 8. Wet.ia Jerw-y City. N7.T.. TT. tt I CARTERS iflVER lip Malaria. Leanness, Sexual Decline. il.OO per tot It S5.00, at Druggists. i 2 - i a Soj 3"'. Hi, J3. z. & o. RY CO.' TIME TABLE. Take Effect 5 a.m., Oct. 29, 1S84. Trains Ran Daily, except Sunday TRAINS GOING EAST. a to 5 2 a h a S g 3 " a g a 2 S ii a a. M A l o g ah I- ra. 2:30 2 4C 242 8:10 3:24 3:35 3 45 4.03 411 4:22 o 2 a "2 f s Liavks: AM. AM 60 6 40 6 42 7:28 7:50 8:0' 8:20 8 55 9:02 9.17 9.32 9:55 Zanesville B & O. Junotlon .... M ill Creek DtvoX... Wilhelma , Chandlersvllle Freeland Sheppard's Rides. . Cumberland........ 'Banters JlfcCIure Belle Valley 433 4:44 Caldwell , Duvall SOI 1010 Sarahs vllle......... 5:21 10:45 6.51 11 ') 6:10 11;44 6,10 11:45 6:19 11:68 FX 6.25 120 6:40 12 85 644 12:40 6:5b 12:55 Freedom ..... 8nm.rfleld,";;B ' Fry or 6:19 Mero....... Brister .... ..5:25 ...5:35 BurXhart 4 . 6:39 Lewisvilla ..5 95 ...6:15 ...6,21 ...6,25 Kerr 7;19 7 25 1:25 Woodsfield, 1.35 1.45 2 05 2:20 2.30 2,50 8,10 3.28 3.40 405 4,20 4,26 4,40 4,58 5.55 auDQsn ...6 40 Oiark. .. 6:53 Jerusalem ...7.01 Beallsville ...... ...7,16 ...7-30 ...7,43 ...7,50 Crabapple....... Alledonia ....... Armstrong ...... CaptiHa;.. .... ..8,00 l3ey. ...8,20 ...8,35 ...8.35 ...8,47 ...9:25 Jacobabnrg Bethel , lrvin, Bell aire, arr TitAINS GOING WEST. a 2 a J i 8 I em "2 a a da 3, fi s 6 a AM. 6,00 6,40 6,55 7 07 7,12 8 00 8,15 8,30 8,60 9,30 10.00 1015 10,38 11,05 11,20 11 30 T 12,05' 12.20 1285 12 45 1,00 1,25 1,30 . 1,54 2.30 2,54 3:15 3,35 3.53 4.11 M e ,t to m O oo a0 E AM. W ' to S a 3 "5t j- a (i . P.M. 2,45 3.21 3,33 3.43 3,47 4.05 4,13 4n ,"0 4 37 4.51 5,06 5,14 6,27 6,45 6.50 6,57 H a Lbavks: Bellaire Irwin . . . Bethel.. Jacobsturg ... Kelaey. Captini. Armstrong ......... Alledonia Crabapple..... Beallsville Jerusalem ......... Oiark Sunflah, Woodsfield, Kerr s ........ . Lewisville .......... Burkhart Briater Afero , Pryor , Eummerfield, ar. . . . . Snmmerfleld,lv . . . . , Freedom. .......... 5arahsyhl ........ Duvall Caldwell Belle Valley McClure Hunters .......... Cumberland ....... a at. a 5,25 6,32 5.55 607 6,11 6,21 6,27 6.40 ,40 7.00 7:32 7:52 8,10 8 22 8.32 8.44 6,18 6,31 640 6,60 6 65 7.08 4,19 8 55 4,45 9.12 4,55 9,20 5.05 9,31 5,21 9.45 6.02 10,13 6,05 10.15 " oueppara's Kldge . Freeland Chandlersvllle, Wilhelms... ..... Afill Creek Depot... B. & 0. Junction... Zanesville 6,15 10,25 Flag Stations are marked with a (). All others are regular stations, at which trains will stop without being flagged. Passing points are tndioaled by fujl-iaoed figures. ' . B. I HOOKKT, resident. W. R. Cbpmptoh. General Manager. OHIO RIVERRAILROAD. Time Table, Taklngr Effect at 10 V. Rl, Sunday. August 24, 1684. SOCTa-BOClVD TR41KS. No 7. Ho. 3. Nol. A.M. P.M. A.M. Wheeling Lve 9 00 3 45 6 15 Benwood 9 35 4 05 6 35 Glendalo . 9 55 4 15 6 45 Afoundsville UC 20 4 25 , 6 66 10 85 Round Bottom 10 65 " 437 7 07 Powhatan 11 15 4 60 7 20 Cresaps 11 25 4 55 7 25 Woodland ll 35 6 02 ' 7 82 Clarington 1152 5 12 7 42 PM. Prootor 1214 5 27 7 57 Baresville : 12 35 6 40 8 10 New Martinsville (1245 1 105 6 47 8 17 Bardis 1 5!0 6 65 8 25 Paden's Valley 1 33 6 0o 8 30 Sistersville 2 00 . 6 15 8 45 Bays 2 18' 6 25 8 65 Friendly 2 25 6 28 8 58 LocgReaob 2 42 6 37 9 07 Raven Rock 316 6 62 9 22 Spring Run 3 20 6 68 9 27 Urape Island 3 25 7 01 9 81 St. Marys - 3 38 7 07 ,9 85 Vanolnae 3 50 . 7 14 9 44 Eareka 4 05 7 23 9 53 Willow Island 4 20 7 32 10 00 Ball Creek (4 40 7 42 10 10 4 45 Williamstown 6 25 8 0s 10 34 Henderson 5 35 . 8 12 10 40 Briscoe 5 58 8 25 10 54 Vienna 6 05 8 30 10 69 Parkersbnrg, arr 6 30 8 40 11 10 NORTH "BOUND TRAINS. - . No 2 No 4 No 8 Mail. Sxpreis. Freight. AM PM . AM Parkersbnrg, It 6 15 3 45"' ; 6 26 Vienna 6 39 4 00 . 6 53 Brisooe 0 35 4 05 7 00 Henderson 6 47 417 7 25 Williamstown -6 65 4 25 7 40 Bull Creek . 7 17 . 445 8 20 Willow Island 7 28 4 67 8 40 Bureka 7 35 5 06 8 55 Vanolnse 7 45 6 16' 9 15 StAIarya .7 52 5 22 f 9 25 .1835 Grape Island 7 69 5 29 9 40 Spring Ran 8 03 6 33 9 50 Raven Rock 8 08 5 87 10 10 Long Reach . 8 23 .5 63 10 45 Friendly 8 3 6 02 11 05 Hays 8 36 6 05 1110 Siitersville 8 45 '615 ll 37 PM Paden's Valley '9 00 63O lz H Sardis 9 05 6 35 12 2b New Martinsville 9 13 6 43 12 45 BaresTille, - 9 20 . 6 50 12 68 Prootor 9 33 7 02 1 23 Clarington 9 48 7 17 . 1 60 Woodland 9 58 7 27 2 10 Cresaps 10 04 7 34 2 20 Powhstan 10 10 7 40 . 2 33 Round Bottom 10 23 7 53 2 65 MoandsvlUe 19 36 8 05 3 20 Glendale 10 45 8 15 3 40 Benwood 10 55 8 25 ( 4 00 1405 Wheeling, arr II 15 8 45 . 4 35 Fiag stations. Full faced figures denote meeting and passing points. Nos 1, 2, 3 and 4 ran dally; all others daily except Sunday. Nos 7 and 8 will stop an being flagged at any point on the road and let off and take on passengers ai freight. ' CHAS. HOWARD, . 'Gen. Superintendent, C. L. WILLIAMS, Train Dispatcher. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CAItD. EA ST BOUNl May 12, 1884. Sol Hoi No! Sol 1. 3. 5. 11. Leave - PM FM AM FM CnioavO,LT....5:10 1.10 f 8:10 8:45 Garrett 10;7 ' 4:35 . 1,42 ' 1:S0 FM ' AM PM ' PM Qefianoe.......ll.36 5:57 3:11 AM Fos'oila ..1:10 7:42 5:00 Tiffin ..1:33 8.07 5.28 Bandusky 7:25 4:50 ; Chicago June.... 2:55 9:10 6:35 No9m Mansfield 3:ll 10:15 7:35 f5:00 Mt. Vernon..... 4:1 2 11:36 8:52 6:26 am - m am am Arr Columbus.... 6:10 9,40 6:10 8:40 am pm pm LveColnmbns. .2:30 11:40 - j8.20 4:30 Lv Newark 6:05 12:5opm 9:50 6.15 z"5Til,' w am pm pm ' am Cambridge.... 6:39 2:50 11:26 5,60 am Barnes ville ...7:29 3.61 12:20 6:4$ Bellair ...8-20 4.50 1:19 7:47 Arr Wheeling. 10 05 630 3 05 9 30 Lv Wheeling... 9;00 5:30 2:06 Arrive pm am pm K Washington.... 9 42 6.20 2,25 Baltimore..... 11,10 7,30 3:35 am pm pm Philadelphia... 3:40 12,45 7:40 Hew York 6.60 3:40 10:35 WESTBOUND. No. No. No No. No. 4. pm 2. am 9.40 9.35 6 pm 11:35 11:27 am 12,36 1;30 12 pm f5:10 4:46 Lv Wheeling... 3:00 Bellaire 2:65 Barnosville ...3,59 10:29 11:23 5:50 6:46 Cambridge .. .4,38 ZanesTille.... 6:33 12:23pm 2,30;J ArrColumbua..7,60. 2,40 6:10 8:40 pm LTColnm bps.. 4:30 11.40am 2,30 4,30 Newark 6:40 1:40pm 3:40 6:00 Mt Vernon.... 7 26- 2 36 4:32 6-53 Mansfield... .8:44 4:03 6:58 8:20 Shelby Juno.. 9.15 4:27 6:24 Anr Sandusky. 6:30 8:55 Lv Sandusky.. .. . 4,50 - Lve Chi Juno.. 9:40 6125 S-.tO Tiffin r09 .7:20 9:26 Foatoria..... 10.52 7;47 9.51 Defiance..... 12:28am 9:42 11.68 Garrett 2:00 11:22 2:00 3:00am ArChioago ....7:05 5.40 7;20 8.38 Daily. fDaUy except Sunday. fDaily exoepr Saturday. . Trains are run west of the 0W- River 90th meridian time. Bast of the Ohio River, 75th meridian time. Train leaves Barnesville at 2:39 p. m., ar riving at Wheeling at 5:10 p. m. Train leaves Wheeling at 9 a. m.. arriving at Barnesvilla at 9.65 a. m. . L, M. Cota, General Ticket Agent, Balti more. W. B. REPPBRT, Pass. Agt, Colnmbna. C. K. LORD Gen. Pass. Agt, Baltimore, Wheeling & Lake Erie ASD CLEVELAND & MARIETTA B. R'S. Tlmo TableIn Effect May 18, '84. CESfTRtl. STANDARD TIME. Badtwabd. No. 1," No. 6 Toledo, lv 7 20am 3 20pm Oak Harbor, ar.8 15am 4 18am Fremont.. .....8 40am 4 45am Clyde 9 00am 5 03pm Bellevue. 9 20am 5 20pm 3:onrc87il,.3,'.Tr.9 40am 6 40pm Norwalk, It.... 9 65am 6 00pm Ciarksfield ....10 18am S 25pm No. 7, 6 20pm 7 15pm 7 40pm 7 65pm 8 12pm 8 30pm 8 43pm 9 07pm Brighton slO 30am Wellington.... 10 45am Spenoer 11 00am Lodi 11 lam Creeton. ar... 11 34am 6 3Rpm s9 21pm 6 50pm 9 35pm 7 05pta 9 50pm 7 22pm 10 I 0pm '7 40pm 10 30pm 7 40pm 1 40pm Creston.lv ...11 34am Smithvlll Jl 49am Orrville. ar....l2 00pm 8 00pm 8 15pm 2 08pm Orrville,! v.... 12 20pm 8 16pm 2 08p BtjrtonCity.. 12 28pm 8 22pm Da ton . 12 4Upm sopm a ?m AfaSBillon.ar..! 00pm 8 50pm 2 40pm Masaillon.lv... 2 45pm 6 Ooam 2 45pm Navarre ..3 00pm 6 14am 3 00pm Bolivar 3 17pm 6 30am 3 17p Zoar 3 25pm 6 38am 3 25pm Valley Juno, lv. 3 37pm 6 50am 3 37pm Canal Dover.. .4 uupm v i3am vup Phillipaburg ...4 27pm s7 38am 4 27pm NewComersto'n.4 55pm 8 02am 4 55pm Kimbolton 5 33pm 8 40am & 33p Cambridge,lv...6 00pm 9 07am 6 00pm Point Pleasant. 6 3Upm 3am svpm Caldwell..... .7 12pm 10 20am 7 12p Dexter.".;:.'.".. 7 38pm- 10 60am 7 38pm Macksbare 7 48pm 11 OUam 7 48pm Warner ....... .8 lOpin ll 23am ' 8 10pm Jharietta,ar....9 05pm 12 20pm 9 05pm " No 1, no 9, no , No 89 lv Jtfacksb'g5 00pm Noll lv Oak Har 9 15pm ar Mariettas ) 5 pm arNorwalkl2 20pm ar C.DoT'rl2 40pm ar Norwalk3 45pm No 3 It Lodl 6 00am No 15 It Toledo 7 25am No 17 lv Norwalk 6 26am arTalJanoS 85pm No 19 It ValJnnol 30am ar Marietta? 15pm HnronBrauch, No 27, No U9, Norwalk, It. .10 00am 6 08pm Milan 10 22am 8 30pm Fries Landing 10 32am 6 40pm Huron, ar .. .10 AOam B 55pm Westward,- licTCTZTSoT. Wo ilo. Marietta, It ....11 Warner 12 Macksbnrg 12 Dexter .........1 Caldsrell 1 Point Pleasant.. 2 40am 6 33pm 6 00am 62am 15 am 23am 48am 28am 07am 35am 15 am 42am 07am 30am 3 20pm 4 22pm 4 45pm 55pm 7 03pm 7 27pm 7 07pm 8 50pm 9 17pm 9 00pm 10 27pm slO Cambridge 2 Kimbolton 3 New Comers town .4 Phillipsbnrg...-.4 Canal Dover 4 Valley' Jnnoti on 5 55pm 11 20pm 12 Valley Juno tion. 5 Zoar . 6 Bolivar... 5 Navarre 6 Afassillon 6 Dalton 6 Barton City....s8 Orville,ar 7 40pm ll 47pm 11 65pm 11 10pm 12 25pm 12 60pm 12 58pm 05pm 12 33am 40am 48am . 04pm 20pm 40pm 53pm No 4 9 00am 9 24am 9 32am 9 4oam Orvtlle, it 7 16pm 12 52pm 10 00am Smithville 7 26pm 10 13am Creston, Ar 7 40pm I 20pm 10 30am No 2 Creston, LT 7 40pm 5 45am 10" 30am Lodl ..7 68pm 6 00am 10 47am Spencer s8 13pm 6 18am 11 00am Wellington 8 2?pm 0 35am ll 20am Brighton r8 38pm 6 45am 11 33am Ciarksfield s8 61pm 0 68am 11 46am Norwalk 9 15pm 7 35am 12 20pm MonroTille 9 55pm 7 45am 12 30pm Bellevue 9 42pm 8 02am 12 45pm Clyde ...9 58pm 8 20am 1 00pm Fremont 10 15pm. 8 40am 1 17pm Oak Harbor. ...10 40pm 9 04am 1 43pm Toledo, ar.... 11 30pm 10 00am 2 40pm No 12 It Massil'on 3 30pm ar Wei'gno 27pm No 14 It Norwalk 7 40am ar Toledo 4 45pm No 18 It Val Jncn 6 00am ar Norwk 6 15pm No 18 It Marietta 0 03am ar Val Jot 9 10pm Huron iranch No 26, No 28, Huron, It 8 30am 3 40pm Fries Landing .6 45am 3 67pm Milan 7 00am 4 10pm Norwalk, ar.... 7 23am 4 35pm laily, 8 &top on Signal, z Do cot stop Conn kctioh s Toledo with all lines enter ing the city. . COHNKCTION8 Fremont L. E. S W. K. B ; Clvde, I., B & W. R. R.; Bellevue. N.T. O. & St" L R. R.; Monroeville. B & O R R; Wei linirton, O C C & I R R; Cretn. N T.; P & O Orrville, RRjOA&CRR;PC&T and P F W & C R R; Hamilton. P F W & O R R: and O L&WR R; Valley Junction. Valley R R; Canal Dover. 0.. P R R. and C L & W. R. R; New Comerstown, P. O & St. L R R; Cam bridge, B & O R R; Point Pleasant, O. W & N T A R; Marietta. O W & B R R. M. D. WOODFORD, JAMES M. PALL. Genl Manager. Gen'l Pas. Agt. WOODSFIELD MARBLEWORKSs FRED. C. SCHEKER, Proprietor. TTAVINQ all tbe necessary tools, and h!n lx pared to do all work In my line, ol any ana cheaper than any other establishment FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. MARBLES, ' . r. and ean, on short notice, turn oat of my works . . t . . . MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &e., &c. Designs shown and prioes oheerfullv furnished at any time on application. Partlea enr. chasing from me will save the agent's commission. My work guarantees Itself, febl9,'84T. ... Plummer's Fine Art Gallery. 1138 Main street, ME VIEWS IF TM FLOO! 1 Dozen Best Cabinet Photos, only S3. , ' 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, FURNITURE. FUENlTlIffiE Always In star. Th iarrat and best selected stock of Tory grade ef Farnitare ia the city, which I Bay and Sail ior caan. wereoy enaonng saw u saaeaiaa. . . . DKDERTA K ING, To which I pay particular attention. My stock la ' etmplete, from a plain ooffln to a la Cloth Casket All I astt Is a Fair Trial and No 232 Vision Stbiit, Nixt Doo eotai,'79T. . L. P. NEUHART, DBALia IS G e n e r a I Hardware, (Neabart's Corner Bnildtng,) Woodsflold, O., Keeps constantly on hand Champion: Grain Drills, Nalla, Mechanic' Tool. Table and Pocket Cutlery, Agi-lcul tural Implements. nmid-( . r'8 Hardware, &c ttc, - in fact everything usually kept In a Hard ware ; Store. Call and compare prices before buying. KJtUBABT. aprl7,83T. TIMES HOLDINGCOUETS IN 1885. WE. tbe Jiidjres of the Courts of Common . Pleas within and for the Eighth Jadioial District of the State of Ohio, hereby order and direct that the several terms of the Courts of Common Pleas within and for the 'several oounties in said District be eommenoed on the days hereafter named, for and during the' year 1885. COMMON PLEAS COtfRTS. Muskingnra County. Monday, January t9 Monday, April 20; Slouaay, wovernoer v. Morgan County. Tuesday. March 24; Tuesday, June 16: Wednesday, October 14. Guernsey County, Monday, January 19; Mon day. April 20; Monday, November 9. Noble County Tuesday, February 17; Tues day. May 19; Wednesday, October 14. Harrison Comity. Tuesday, January 20; Tues day, April 7; Wednesday. October 14. Tuscarawas County, Tuesday, February 10; Tuesday. April 14; Wednesday, Ootober 2. Jefferson County, Tuesday. Januay 20; Tues day, April 33; Wednesday. Ootober 14. Monroe County, Tuesday, January 13; Tues day, May 5; Wednesday, Ootober 14. Belmont County. Tuesday. February. 8; Tues day, May 26; Tuesday, November 3. The terms of said Courts shall commence at nine o'clock A. MM on the several dtvs named. It is herein specified that the several terms of Court in said several oounties shall be held by said Judges aa follows: Muskingum, Morgan. Guernsey and Noble, by Judges George L. Phillips and E. W. Ma thews, and the successor of said Mathews Belmont and Monroe by Judge St Clair Kelly. Jefferson, Harrison and Tuscarawas by Judges Jos. C Ilance and Jobn S. Pearce Judge Jos. 0. Hanoe is designated to supervise the exe cution of the order aforesaid. We order and direct that a certified oopy of this order be transmitted forthwith by the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas of Muskingum County to tbe Secretary of State, and to the Clerk of the several Courts of Common Pleas in each of Said several Counties, to be publL-hed therein aocording to law. Done at Zanesville, in the County of Mus kingum, this 3d day of October A. D. 1884. JOS. C HANCE. JOHN 8. PBARCE. E. W. MATHEWS. GEO. L. PHILLIPS. 8T. CLAIR KELLY. - Judges of the Court ot Common Pleas. i The Stats of Ohio. MutUngum County, SS: I herebv certify the foreiroinir to be a true oopy. by order of said fudges. Attest 1 Howard Aston, Clerk Oourt of Common PJeas. 77 State of Oiio. Monroe County, 8S: I. Asher Okey Clerk of the Common Plena Court within and for said County, and State, do hAreby certify that the foregoing is a true eopy of the times for holdinsr Courts in the Eighth Judicial District lor the year 1885. Witness my signature and the seal SEAL. of said Court, "this 13th day of Oo tobet A. D. 14. Asber Okkt, Clerk. mvrnlf a craetical marMa worker. I am Bra. material or any design, in a first class stylo, can do it, Woodsflold, Uhie. X f "Wheeling - "West Va. - r r in the city, ' i UNDERTAKING i -v ,i . . . - Q. . . n . . - . I will Guarantee Satisfaction. fred. hoffman; to Math & Klotz, Billairb, Oiio. '. .' ZANESVILLE Business College. XH2CX BOOK 0T PENMANSHIP. A beautiful work on a aew plan, contain ing, in addition , to a thorough Treatise on Book-keeping, more than forty pages of Bn graved Penmanship. ' We will mail (post-paid) to amy address on receipt of price, f 3. Those who antici pate a oonrse weald do well te procure a text book a few weeks in advance ol enter ing. and become acquainted with the work and save some time thereby. We call tberttentioo of Societies, Associa tions, Companies and Schools to our excel lent facilities for Engrossing Resolutions, Testimonials, Certificates, Diplomat, Ao. Speolmens and estimates oheerfally furnish ed en application, -and orders exeonted with neatness and dispatch. Designs, Drawings and r Engravings on short noUoe. " " ' College Journal sent free. " ' Address the Principals, . CUOGCILL Jb PARSONS. . ZanesTille, Ohio. Valuable Farm for Sal$. 1 n ACRBS'OF LAND tn Benton township, I 0 1 Monroe Connty, Ohio; 100 acres clear ed, balance good timber; well watered; good bouse ,and .neoessary outbuildings; sonool house on farm, and ! Within One-Fourth Mile of good flouring mill. For further particu lars, call on or addjess, I BPRIQGS & DRIOG3," f Janl,84tf. Woodsfield, Ohio. mi BI6 Al VU DRUG STOBEfl. IJS T O R-E.jSf DBUQS, PAINTS, OILS? . VARNISHES, BRTJ8fai8r ' J DYB STUFF, AND kLU Popular Patent Medicines) pAN Always bo found at J. T. JDDI1K4 Drag Btors.at (La lowsst cash prieaa. PURE WINES AND ,L1QU OR$ For at edioinal Purpoies.may always bs foaa4 ai . T. JUDnNB'r ' ' OF all oolors, and in STsry form, at J. f JUDnnS'Drn 8tofo. " " " 1 " LINSEED OIL, . ' 'M BT tho Barrel or gallon, at lowest market rates, at J. T. JUDKINB1 Drag Btoro, THE BEST COA T. mr. Fi th marketalso, lard Oil, Fltk erf Neat's Poot Oil, 4c, c, aa U kid at ' T. JUDKINB' at tho lowest cask pries ' PURE WHITE HEAD. I OF B. Fahnestook's brand, whlca. Is s jaif ly celebrated for Its parity,, wbitenes anddnrabillty. Is Just recelTed iy l.t.Jtb aaio, ana wui do sold at the lowest titt TfcifaiT -.. , PERFUME A Y:S0lPr SPICES, ? TOBACOO, BNITfP AMD CIGAftl, S A KDa Tariety "of othrartrIsi1eTIn;' JX. to tbe Drno-fflst'a traI. all at wkl.V aril be sold aa low as they ean be afordod.' ' f PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Caistvllt PBTMi-tlr-4TT'f 1bo daw and night j. T. JDM1HB. ROBERT POPE, DEALER Iff ' MEDICLNES PerCumerr, " Toilet i'rticl. Patent Msdictaes, Window Glass, Fattf, Shoulder Braoes, Trusses, Dye Stall, Paiata of .all kinds, Oil and Varnishes, Brushes, Stationery, Blank Books, ' . SCHOOL BOOK a School Stationery Fine and Stogie Cigars, Lamps and Chimneys Coffee, Bngar, Teas, and Oreeeries ef all kinds, Best Assortment ef Fine- got;) in town, and everything asaal I kept In a : First Class Drug Store " an of whiob will be sold at tha , i-rowest Cash. Prices. 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THE! WORLO ' ,:. .... ; , y, oa. m. .inn nvn,iiLiii lVUlb' oct7,84ml. , CITY BAKERY CONFECTIONERY! JACOB REINHERR.Piop'r, WOODSIFIEIJ),. . O. Just roalTtd, tht largest itook of Common and Fancy Candies, Which were made to order, and are free front . adulterations. AU kinds of. - , Trnnionl Frmtc & Mute: a vuivui a s m i aw im ' And all kinds or CANNED FRUITS, Balsins, Figs, Jellies, Preserve Minoemea, - Tobaooo ct3 Oifftxra 5"Hot C"ffee, Bandwiohes, Cheese, Cakes, Crackers, Pies, Bolognas, ae. 3Toys wUl be told at cost. chlS.'Si. you win r . 'I wun tuc uoss, r.