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THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY.
TUESDAY, JfOTEMBER IS, 1SS4. f. I A King of tbe Cowboys. The presiding geni ia of ibia town ia . Tucker, who runs a combination saloon nit gsinhling-hon.se. When any of tbe cowboys get hard op they go to see .Tucker. Ha gives Ma noney liberally and Treaty to bis friends. Tucker is. a tilt, ffne-iookina man. with an intelligent countenance. He effects lone hair, a la Buffalo Bill, and prides himself on hit .flighting abilities. If a drunken cow boy Is (liipoaed to beta a shooting ma ti nea or roagh-an'Momhle exercise he can always be accommodated try applying to Tucker, who guarantees to do up the aqxipae Individual in abort order. Wbfn . any disturber of lb peace tries to in ae 'ha sacred precincts of the Cow. boy's atest, at Tucker's saloon is afire tionatelv called, tbe gentlemanly prr. prietor gives Mm his sdvice to either Ight or have a drink. Tbe festive and belligerent cowboy adores Ticker on ac .Cnnnt Qf bia generosity and grit, and he would atand bv 'hi popular border gam bler tbrengh thick,am 'bin Any other mas than Tucker would be liable to 1 J IIL-J nave oi snioon eonipieieij urniuiiuueii two or three timea a week, hut he always .remembered bis friend; no hungry man was ever turned from his door, and the ieowbojs, who have had substantial eti- ... .( I... .Ill fnmnl I h . tr rfnees Tucker has many imitator!!, Ot he is the E pical border paradox of gentl man and ruffian, and no man can compete wihhim in hrewdnea and popolaiity. OgalaVa (Nib ) Letter. "Rbieh on Mica. 15e. Rats" clears oat Rats, "Rocgn 6a Corns," for Corns, Ban- rions, , 15c. Thin people. Wells' Heal h Renew er" restores health and vigor, cores dye fepIa,e.' 11. Rough on Too bache, ' instant relief. .15e. . . ft Ladies wh would retain freshness and vivacity don't faiNo try "Wells' Hsalth Heaawer. "Euchu paiba .tosry cure. great kidney end uri- Flies, roaches, anta, bed-bags, ra's. mice, cleared out bj "Rough on Rats." "Boigh oa ' liquid, 2U. ' Coughs," trouohes, 15s; ' - For children, slow in development, ytu ysnd delicate, use "Wells' Health Re- newer. .- "Rough on Demist" Tooth Powder. Try it. His. V HervOns -Week ness. Dyspepsia, Sex al Debiii y eured by "Wells' Heal.h , Bencwer." II v t Mother 8 wan 's Worm Sjrnp, for fe reritfbness, worms eons ipation; tasteless. 25s; .' 8t;aging, irritation, all Kidney and Urinary complaints eared by "Bnehu- Night swea s, fever, chills, mala ria, djcpcpiii, eared bj "Well' Ileal h Rs aewer." . My Eusbsnd (wiiesaladj) is three times the man since using "Wells' Health -Renewer." If yow. are failing, broken, worn out and nervous, use ''Wells' Health Renew er." tl. - Prevalence of Kidney America. "Buchu-paiba" complete core. $1. complaint in is a quick, A Model Man. , Boston Herald, Ind. Got. Cleveland was a model candidate. Through alt tbe long and bitter cam paign be'condactfd : bimself with mod tsty.propriety and dignity. He constant ly attended with but two or three brief In terruptions, to the exacting dntiea ot tbe Executive ot the imperial State of If aw York, not saying or writing a single ' word that was not correct in taste and lodgment. He has made upon his coon. try men the impression of al evel-headed, cleai-eyed, reticent man, not brilliant, but weighing well his words and speaking to the purpose. The desperate warfare waved aeainat him waa the lowest and dirtiest ever made on a candidate for " President. He stood the investigation well, and , coastsatly gaiced the respect of tbe best men in tbe country by bis modesty and candor. Looking back peavAb bot campaign, the supporters of Cleveland can not Dad a single woro or act of their candidate to regret. He s'eadily gr w in public esteem from the beginning to the end or tbe campaign An Honest Beggar. Arkansaw Traveler. A benevolent lady investigated the wants of some professional beggars tbe ather day. "Wbtre ia the blind man?" she asked of a Utile girl she met at tbe door oi the tenement house "He's readia der paper mom." . "Ah I sort where la the deaf man ?' "He's t alt to politics mid de bntcber." ' "And what has become ot tba para lytic?" . "He's abed, mans . "Well, that's aiianee. He ought to be ronning a race, rej lied tbe lady, sar raicallv l "ha ia the only hones'; beg gar ia the baildiag. Why is he in bed? . "Becsuse he's dead, mum." SveeU of the Uoneyuaoon. HeilderWger Jsmrmal. Mn.h.nd "Hnlda. dear, at 1 waa pee-iBfi tbroneh nor garden 1 saw some aafaran readt for eJokiBg; perhaps you woold like to go ad gather tbe first fruit of the season voorseii r Tonnir' wife fanxiona to conceal ber Ignorance of ibe vegetable department) I... Villi ' I 1PII Villi WUBb. A'lUllUUOi " " go together; yon shall plnck all and viiU kohl tbe Mtr.n flay Fever and Rose Cold. -1 can recommend Elv'e Cream Balm In. relieve all pcrsoBa aofferin? from omi Cold nd Hav Fever. I Nen ereat aofl erer fro theee eomplaints and have need il. 1 have recoaended tl to'mv friends for Catarb and in all beta thev have used the Balm heerf thev lave been cared. T K'oney, Dry tJoois Merer?.., imsca, n. 1. They sre io continaally tinkering at tbia divorce bnfinesa. I wonder is there n us v to nroDer'.v regulate it?" aai Mr. Hnn. Certalnlv." erowled old iirnn fnaaka maniaee criminal ol m j sw, v . Fore blood Is sbsoUtelv Becestry io tttAtr entov rjerfect heattb. Hooa i K..Mnarilla nnriflea the blood and roVbtos U system. A Homemade Spring Trap. St Nicholas. An excellent spring-trap can be made of a flexible, elastic piece of wood, fonr reet long and three inches wide by a half inch thick, which should be fastened at one end securely to a thick board, its middle resting firmly on a cleat t an an gle of about thirty degrees.' Uon tbe upper or free end of this epring-piece fasten a tin blacking-box, hollow sfde np. Then fix the notched trigger by a hinge to the board in such a way that, when the spring is bent downward over the cteat, the notch can be made to bold it in that position until it ia released by pulling a long cord attached to the top end of tbe trigger. Tbia trap should be used ss follows: Tbe elastic -piece is bent down and made fast by the notch in the trigger. Any small object upon whicb shot will take effect is then placed in the box Tbe pulling-etring being sixty feet long,wben sll ' is ready, (he shooter stands eighteen ysrda from the trap,wbile the poller takes up his position a little behind and to one side of bltn When the shooter ia ready be says : "Pull !'' and instantly the puller gently draws the atring which releases the "bender" of the trap, and the small po'ato or block or wood, -or whs'ever forma tbe target, is thrown into the air and shot at before it falls. ' The wide board, which forma the base of the trap, must be fastened firmly to the ground, by driving long stakes through boles made in it for the pur pose. " . Traps with steel spring, and hollow g'sss ' halts for targets,, pn he had of deal era in sportsmen's gfcoda: but they sre qnits expensive and this arrangement is Just ss good, j ' , facts Those contemplating a trip westward will certainly do well to csrefully con sult the time tables of tbe 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 earned in first class cars on last trains, and every possible care is taken to Insure - eomfort and, convenience. Trains run through without change of oars to Chicago, where direct cocnectioo is made with all leading lines to the west, northwest snd southwest, making but a single chsnge of osrs to Iowa, .issss, Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota. o. No other line can offer such advan tages as the Baltimore and Ohio. I's costs but very little time snd trouble to learn this, and in the end may lead te 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 theB. & 0. Agents. A letter addressed to W. ft. Keppert, Columbus, Ohio; to J. 1. Lane, Wheeling, W. Va., to-J. A. Webb.Fos- tona, Ohio; to T. A. Lee Zanesville Ohio, oraealt upon either of these gen tlemen will lead to thorough Informs, tion as to all necessary details of time connections, fares, baggage, etc, eto. Tbe New Dude Tipple. v Philadelphia Times. "Aw, giye me an iced goat, now, will you ?" said a dude at Finelli'a bar yes terday. "What does he mean by an iced goat?' said tbe reporter to the barten der. . "It's the latest drink for dudes. Gin Ozzes are no longer called for. Tbe new tipple is composed of goals milk, gin, suar snd cinnamon. It's about as insipid and nasty ss any mixture I ever made. I tasted It once onlv tasted it. mind you and it left a flivor of cin namon and old Call in mv mouth for six or eight boors." Sunday In Berlin, - Eli Perkins' Letter. Smth Germany is mostly Catholic and northern Germany is all Protectant. Tbe Emperor Wi' iam and hit household are rotestsnts. Berlin Sunday is ss solemn ss any Protestant city in Amuica. The ores are all closed and shutters are up The Prussian rai ital is ootwardly a very moral town. Evn the photographs of ude pictures in the Paris salon are not llowed in tbe Berlin store windows. Tbe same change ahout Sunday it go ing on all ever Europe. Even tbe shops in Paris begin to close Snndsr. In five yesrs Sunday will be observed in France Old traveleis who remembei Pans of 870 wooH not know her now Sunday. - . lteasonlnic by Analogy. l'hiladelphia Ca L ' ' Little Dick What ia those animals in that big window, mamma? Mamma That is a fur e'ore windo and the animals arejeal and bears. Is they aliv V Ob, no. They were shot and eloff- ed, and then stood op to look as if thev were alive. "Who are thoi,e ladies In the window by then, mamma?'' 'Tbey are dre aed nt) fisures to show the new styles in for. "An t the ladies alive? "No, pet." 'Was 'bey shot and atrfled, too?' Tou Can Have It. "My dear; what would I give to bavf your bir?" is often sridbv middle-aged ladies to young ones. Madam, you mat bave jnst each hair. Parker a Hair Bal ism wrl give it to yon. It will stop yonr hair from (ailing off. restore the original color and msko it long, thick sort and classy, i oa need not stand helplessly envying tbe girls. Tbe Bal asm ia not oily, not a dye, but is an eje rant dressing, and ia especially recom mended for its cleanliness fhd purity. Of Course She Coulttn'.t. New York Orapbio. "That boy ia never around when he's wanted. Where's John f" inquired Mr Bareoro, ratber testily. "I don't know, mv dear, replied Mrs Ba8eom. 1 can't see him, bat I'll call him for von. "No, you won't. If yoo can't see him bow csn von call him T" , As Mrs Bascom bad never played tbe game sbe was nnahle lo reply. Making a Railroad Map. "Ta there a ruler about the ofllce?" "Tea. What do yoo want it for ?" "I'm making a map for the Podank Valley Railroad.' "Well, can't yon draw it off basd ?" "I bave drawn all the rest of tbe roads In it off-hand. I can dcaw corves and atigs off band easy enough, bat if my band should tremble wben I'm drawing the Podunk road they wouldn't accept the map." ' An Unleeliug Father. A bevy of girls were looking at a bri dal tronsses. . "How exquisite V How loTelyT "How supremely sweei t" ect., era new mam. were the exclamation made. "Ton ought to be very happy, Clara," said odd of the girls to the brides elect. "I soppoee I ooght," said Clara dis contentedly, "but papa won t bring a newspaper reporter to lookat them." Chorus What a shame I Superior Excellence. The reasons for PERUXa'8 superior ex cellence in all diseases, and its modus op erandi, are fully explained in Dr. Hart man's lecture, reported in his hook on the "Ills of Life and How to Cure Them," from page i to page lo though the whole book should bs read and studied to get the full value of lliis far excellent remedy. These books can be had at all the drujj sto-cs gratis. V. IX Williams, IT. S. Pension Agent and Notary Public, New Vienna, Clinton County, Ohio, writes: "I take great pleasure in testifying to your medicines. I have used about one bottle and a half, and can say I am almost a new man. 1 lave had the catarrh about twenty years. Before I knew what it was, had settled on the lungs and breast, butcan now say I am almost well. Was in the army; could get no medicine there that would relieve me." Col. E. Finger, Ashland, Ohio, writes: ' I am happy to say I have used several bottles of your medicine called PEKUNA, and my health has been greatly improved by it. I cheerfully recommend PerunA. to all who suffer with heart trouble, as bcint? an invaluable medicine." Rev. J. M. Ingling,' Altimont, HI writes: " My father-in-law, who resides with me has been using1 your PEKUNA for kidney disease, which has afflicted him for forty years and could get no relief un til he saw your medicine. I induced him to try a bo'ttlc, Which he did, and the one bottle of Percn a and one bot tie of Man ALDt has given him more relief than all the other medicines he ever used." Mr. Robert Grimes, Rendville, Ohio, writes: " My wife has been ah inU-nse sulFurer from "chronic catarrh, and after every other remedy had failed slw com menced to use your Pekuh.V and Masa UN. They have helped my dear wife . more than anything she has ever used. She has now taken two bottles, and is so much better that she wilf never quit its use until she is entirely well. It has won derfully improved her 6ight. We think J'eiiuna And ManaUK will cure any disease." R. Palmer, Pastor of the A M. E. Church, No. 193 Canal Street, Wilkes barre Luzerne Co.. Pa., writes : " Hav ing used your PeetoA, and by experience became acquainted with its value, I write asking yon to please send me five bottles of Pekitsa and one of Manalis by ex press and oblige, yonr humble Servant" Cook Bros., Prospect, Marion County, Ohio, writes: " We have a good trade on Pebuna, our customers speak well of it. oell4,'e4r. A awanU Hay Fever having pecu iar symp toms. It is attended by an icflnired condi IN tion ot the lming mem brnneof tbe nostrils, tear-dncts and throat, ttffectintf tbe lungs An aorid mucus is se- deted, the diccharge is Honompanied with a pinful buroinir sen sation. There are se- vei e spasms of aneez BJ AVaif GTlfK'O ma-, frequent attaoks riCVCri of blinding headache. watery and infUmed state of tbe eyes. July's Cream Balm i a remedy founded on a cor rect diagnoris of this disease and can be de fended upou. OU cts. at druo-irints; Uli ots dt mail. Sample bottle by mail 10 eta, ELY BROS. Diuggiitts, Owego, IS.X. HALL' alarm lire sMWaami Is Recommended by Physlclanal WeKSDtifuitar and sell itwitbs positive guarantee that It will cure any case, ami we will forfeit the aboTS amouut if u fails in a single instance. It is unlike aoV othrr Catarrh renieay.as itiitaken Internafly, acting upon diitmsioe diseate.ask your Druggist rorit, ana irvmm un lurTlTinV OR HiniaTITTTTK. XI US has not got it, aend to us and we will forward immediately. Price, 75 eenliper bottlt. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. October 14, 1884-lT. CARTERS nrrnx. U t a v IVtli PILLS. Btek Bcadiiclie and Tellers all the troubles Inci dent to a biliuua state of the sratem, inch as Dia- alness, Manaea, UrowauKsa, Distress alter eatnv. Pain in the Side, 4c While their moat remark. able success has been shown in coring Heftflaehe,ypifarf er'sLlttlc Liver Fills are eqnsHy Valuable in constipation, coring and preventing this annoying complaint, 'while ther also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver ' aid regulate the bowels. ven if they only cured . Acne ffiey would bcalmostpricelew tothojewlJO suffer from this distrcsaing complaint; Bat forta Mtaly their goodneas dors not end here, and those Who once try them will And these little pills vain able in so manywaya that they will not be willing tj0 without them. ut after all sick bead Isthebsneof so many lives tWhcre is where we make our great boast. Oar pills cure it while ethers do not. . Carter's Little liver Pills are very mall an try easy to take. One or two pills make a dose. They are atrictly vegetable and do not gripe or moffi, but by their gentle action please all who se thsm. In vials ti5 cents; five for $1. Bold by drugats everywhere, or sent by mail. CAJITEK 3CEDICI2TE CO., New York, iep30,'84T. PHOBATJS NOTICE. ACCOUNTS and vouchers have been tiled in tbe Probate Court of Monroe County, Ohio, by tbe following Ac minis trators, Ex eontors and Guardians 10 wit: first and final account of John P. Cpriggs Ada'r with tbe will annexed of the estate of Kpbraim Backer, deceased. Fint and final aooonnt of Lewis P Neubart, Adm'r de bonis non of tbe estate of Law. rence Nenbart, deceased. Second partial aoconnt of Elisabeth Lapp Exeontrix of tbe will of Geo. Lapp, deo'd Second and' final accennt of A. C. Vetter Adm'r of the estate ol William U. Havely deceased. First and final aooonnt of Jacob Ott Executor if the will of Mary ott, deceased. Second and final aoconnt of James Ander son Adm'r of the estate ot Franoesco Mot fitt, deoeaseeV ' First snd final aceonnt of Isaac King Adm'r with tbe will annexed of the estate of John Fleming, deceased. First and final aicennt of Ph Hp Curiettoan , Adm'r with tba will annexed t.f George M Pfalsgraf. deceased. Tblrd paitial sccount of Qeorge S. Algeo Adm'r of tbe estate of osiah Wilson,deVd Third and final aooonnt of George 8. Algeo Adm'r de bonis son of the estate of Basil ' Stewart, deceased. First and final account of Taylor Jeffers . Adm'r of the estate of Levin tloberly,rieo'd, SeooDd partial account of Boss L. Hutchison .. Guardian of James Arthur Hutchison, aslnor. First partial account of John Jefters Guardian of Elisabeth Trembly, an imbeoile. First and final account of George F. AfofiUt Guardian of the estate ot Mary & JMoffltt a minor Beoond and final account of N. W 8 teen rod Gnardian ef the estate of Norman Smith a minor. First and final account of Philip Webe Guardian ol Louisa B. Yookey, a minor, ' Any psrsnn ?trted may file written ex. esptlots to said accouuta wf any 'ten: thereof on or before the 2 1st day of November next when tbe same will be Snarly heard and eon tinned from day to day on til disposed of. R. K. WALTOW, ost28,'84w3. Probate Judge. U. C, 0, ui nt U3 I :OURE ACHE B. z. & c. H'Y CO. time: table. Take Effect 5 a.m., Oct. 29, 1SS4. Trains Run Dally, except Sunday TRAINS GOING EAST. B to S a S 2 " s IS 5 M 2 o O m 2, o g a m 2 2 t a n 5 ss ah I- TU. 2:30 2 4t 242 3:10 3:24 S:35 3 45 4.03 411 4:23 4 83 2 5 8 a B . a AM,. t- a Liivrsr AH . 6:30 (T40 6 42 7:28 7:50 8:0' 8:20 85 9:02 9:17 9 32 9:55 1016 10:45 11,20 Zanesville B & O. Junction,... .Mil! Creek Dpot... Wilhelms Chandlers villa Free' and... Sheppard's Ridgs . . Cumberland Hnnters McClnre.... Belle Valley . Caldwell 4:44 501 6:51 6.81 Ouvall Sarahsville. ........ Freedom 6:10 11;44 6,10 11:45 6:19 11:68 - m 6:25 12:20 6:40 1235 6.44 12:40 6:56 155 7:19 1:25 Bnmmerfield.:;5il0 Pryor 6:19 Mere 5:25 Brlster 6:35 'Burkhart 6:89 Lewtsville 6 59 Kerr ..6:15 - m At WoodsfleldJ r 7 25 1.S5 1.45 2 05 2:20 2.30 2,50 3,10 3 28 340 4 05 420 4,28 4,40 4,58 5.55 Sunfish 6 40 Oaark 6:55 Jerusalem 7,01 Beallsville 7,16 Crabapple 7 30 AUedonia -. 7,42 Armstrong .7,60 Captina 8,00 Kelsy '.8 20- Jacobsbnrg.... . .... 8,25 Bethel 8.35 lrvin 8,47 Bellaire, arr 9:25 TilAlNS GOING WEST. a I - 0 m j. 1 a. 00 J fa 0 O -? a I a. 21 h a AX. 8,00 6,40 6,55 7 07 7,12 8 00 K.1S 8.30 8,50 9,30 10.00 1015 10,38 11,05 11.20 1130 px 12,05 12 20 12 35 12 45 1,00 1,25 1,30 1,54 2.30 2,54 S.U ' 3,35 3.53 4.11 M M eo es a is S I- Q I to ' a 9 o a I- m. t-i m TU. 2,45 3 21 3,33 3,43 347 405 4,13 4.25 437 45 . 5 06 5,14 5,27 645 6 50 6,57 Lraves: Bellaire Irwin Bethel Jacobsburft. . Eelser. .......... , Captina Armstrong ... ...... AUedonia Crabapple..... Beallsville JbiOaaietn Ozark Snnffsh Woodsfield, Kerr.........!!!.. Lswisville .......... BarshMt Brlster 5,25 5,32 5.55 6 07 6,11 6,21 6,27 6 40 6,40 7.00, 7:32 7:52 8.10 8.22 8.32 8.44 6,18 6,31 640 ar... 6,f0 . ... Pryer...... 655 7.05 Snmmerfleld, ar. . . . . Snmnier field ,1t Freedom..... Sarahsville Dnvall Caldwell.. Belle Valley MoClnre Hnnters .......... Cumberland Sheppard's Ridge.. Freelaud Chandlersvllle, Wilhelms..., ..... Mill Creek Depot... B & 0. Junction... 4,1 9 8 55 4,45 9.12 4.5S 9,20 5 05 9 31 5.21 9 45 6 02 10,13 60& 10.15 6,15 10.25 Zanesville. Kiair Stations are marked with a (). All others are regular stations, at whioh trains will stop without being flagged. Passing points are tndioated by fall-faced figures. B. I KUUNKI, rresiaent. W. R. CaoiiPToa. General Manager. OHIO RIVER RAILROAD. Tlm Table, TaUlnsr EITeci ni io 1. M. SHnday. August 24, SOFJTU'DOUflD TRAINS. No 7.- No. 3. Not. A.K. . tit. AH. beeling Lve 9 00 3 45 6 15 Benwood 9 35 4 05 6 35 Glendale 9 55 415 45 Afoundsville MG20 . 4 25 6 55 JlOS5 Bonnd Bottom 10 65 4 37 7 07 Powhatan 11 15 4-60 - - 7 20 Cresapa 11 25 4 55 7 25 Woodland 11 35 6 02 7 52 Clarlngton 11 52 6 12 7 42 x. Proctor 12 14 1 27 7 57 Baresville 12 35 6 40 8 10 New Martinsville f 12 45 1 05 5 47 8 17 Sardis 1 0 5 55 8 25 Paden'a Valley I 33 6 0, 8 30 Sistersviile . 2 00 6 15 8 45 Hays 2 18 6 25 8 55 Friendly 2 25 6 28 '8 58 Long Reaoa 2 42 6 37 9 07 Raves Book 3 16 6 52 . 9 22 Spring Bun 3 20 6 58 9 27 drape Island 3 25 7 01 9 81 St-Marjs 3 38 7 07 9 85 Vanoluse 3 50 7 14 9 44 Kareka 4 05 7 23 9 53 Willow Island 4 20 7 32 10 00 BullCieek (4 40 7 42 10 10 1445 Williamstowu 6 2b 8 05 10 34 Bendersou .685;. 812 10 40 Briscoe 6 68 8 2s 10 54 Vinna 6 05 8 30 10 69 Parkersbnrg, arr 6 30 ' 8 40 11 10 JSORTU'BOCMn TRAINS. No 2 No 4 No 8 v , Mail. Express. Freight. i nt au Parkersbnrg, lv 6 15 3 45 6 26 Vienna 6 30 4 00 . -6 53 Briscoe 6 86 4 05 7 00 Henderson 6 47 4 17 7 25 Williamstowa 6 65 4 25 7 40 Bull Creek 717 445 8 20 Willow Island 7 28 4 67 8 40 Rureka 7 35 6 06 . 8 55 Vanolnse 7 45 6 15 9 15 StJHarrs 7 52 5 22 f 9 25 1 985 Grape Island 7 69 5 29 9 40 Spring Bun 8 03 5 33 9 50 Raven Rock 8 08 6 37 10 10 Long Reach 8 23 5 63 . 10 45 Friendly . 8 32 6 02 11 05 Hays 8 35 6 05 1110 Biitersville 8 45 615 H 87 Paden'a Valley 9 00 6 30 Is H Sardis 9 0$ 6 35 12 28 New Martinsville 9 13 6 4 12 45 Baresville, 9 20 6 50 12 68 Proctor 9 33 7 02 1 23 Claringtoa 9 48 7 17 1 to Woodland 9 68 7 27 - 2 10 Cresapa 10 04 7 34 2 20 Powhatan 10 10 7 40 2 33 Round Bottom 10 23 7 63 t 65 Moundsvllle 19 35 8 05 3 20 Glendale 10 45 . 8 15 3 40 Benwood 10 55 8 25 4 00 -4405 Wheeling, arr 11 15 8 45 4 35 . 'Flag stations. Full faoed figures denote meeting and passing points. Nos 1, 2, 3 and 4 raa dally; all others daily except Sunday. Nos 7 and 8 will stop an being Bagged at any point oa the road and let of and take on passengers aol freight. CBAS. HOWARD, , ' Gen. Snperintendeat, C. L. WILLI A MB, "Train Dispatcher, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CAUD. EA ST BOTJJiDMay 12, 1884. Nol So! Ro! Nol 1. 3. ' 5. 11. Leave - m pm , ax. pk Cbioako,Lv....,5;10 1.10 f8:10 mS-AH Garrett ..10;l7 4:35 1,42 1:M px" ax pk px Defiance 11.38 5:57 3:11 AX Fos'.oiia 1:10 ? 7:42 5:00 Tiffin ...1:33 8:07 5.28 Bandnsky . 7:25 4:50 Chicago Jono.... 2:55 9:10 6:35 No9ak Mansfield 3:11 10:15 7:35 f5:00 Mt, Vernon..... 4:1 2 11:36 8:52 6:25 am 1 m am am Arr Columbus.... 6:10 9,40 6:10 8:40 , am pm pm LveColnmbns. .2:30 11:10 fS.20 4:30 Lv Newark 6:05 12:5opm 9:50 6J5 Zanesvill 5:53 1:53 l:36J.:Jm am pm' pm am Cambridge.... 6:39. 2:50 11.-26 5,50 am Barnesville ....7:29 35 12:20 6:46 Bellaire...... .8-20 4,50 1:19 7:47 Arr Wbesling.10 05 630 3bl 930 Lv Wheeling.. .9;00 5:30 2:05 j Arrire pm am 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 WttST BOUND. No. 4. pm No. No 2. am No No. f5:10 4:45 6 pm 11:35 11:27 am 12.36 Lv Wheeling... 3:00 9.40 9.35 10:29 11:23 Bellaire 2:55 Barnesville .3,60 .4,38 5:50 6:46 Cambridge , 1.30 A?:45pia Zanesville.... 5:33 1 2:23pm 2,3 i.6,0 am A'rColumbas..7p0 Lv Columbus.. 4:30 2,40 6:10 11 40am 2,30 8:40 pm 4.30 Newark 6:40 Ut Vernon.... 7 28 Mansfield .... .8:44 1:40pm 3:40 6:00 6 53 6:20 2: 4:32 4:03 5:58 Shelby June. 9.1 4:27 6:24 Arr .Sandusky. 6:30 8:65 Lv Sandusky .... 4,60 . LveCui June. 9:40 6I2I " Tiffin 0;29 7:20 9:20 Fostoria..... 10.52 7;47 9.51 DeBanoe 12:28am 9:42 11.68 Qarrett 2:00 11:22 2:0P 3:00m ArChioago....7:05 5.40 7;S0 8.38 Daily. Uslj except Sanday. f Dilr exoepr Saturday. Trains are run west of the Oht Hirer auta meridian time. Bast al tha Ohio River, 75th meridian time. Train leaves Barnesville at 2:31 p. m., ar. riving at Wheeling at 6:10 p. m. Train leaves Wheeling at 9 a. m., arriving at Barnesville at 9.55 a. m. L. M. Cols, General Ticket Agent, Balti more. W. B. REPPBRT, Pass. Ag't, Colnmbua. C. E. LORD Oen. PassAgt, Baltimore, Wheeling & Lake Erie CLEVELAND 4JIARIETTA R. R'l Time Table-In Effect May 18, '84. CEWTR4I. TtKD4RD TITIE. Kawwabd. Nj- 1 No. 6 No. 7, Tiledo,lv......t 20am 3 20pm 6 40pm Oak Harbor, ar.8 15am 4 18am 7 15pm Fremont..' 8 40am 4 45am 7 40pm Clyde 9 00am - 6 03pm 7 65pm Bellevne. 9 20am 5 20pm 8 l?pm Bonroeville,lv..9 40am 5 40pm S 30pm Norwalk, lv....9 55am 6 00pm 8 43pm ClarksBeld ....10 18am 25pm 9 01pm Brighton..... 810 30am . 8 38pm s9 tpm Wellington.... 10 45am 6 60pm 9 35pm Spenoer ..... 11 COam 7 05pia 9 50pm Lodi...; .11 lsam Creston. ar ... 11 34am 1 22om 10 lOpm 7 40pm 10 30pm rreston, lv ...11 34m 7 40pm I 40pm 8mithville 11 49am 8 00pm OrrTllle. ar....l2 00pm 8 l5pm 2 08pm 208pm 2 20pm Orrville.lv.... IS 20pm 15pm Burton City.. 12 28pm 8 22pm Dalton 12 40pm 8 30pm ;haS8illon,ar..l 00pm 8 50pm Maasilon,lv...2 45pm 6 Ouam 2 40pm 2 45pm 3 OCprn 3 17pm 3 25pm 3 37pm Navarro 3 OUpm 6 14am Bolivar 3 17 pm 6 30am Zoar 3 25pm 6 38am Valley Juno, lv.3 37pm 6 60am Canal Dover. ..4 uupm 13am 00pm 27 pm 65pm 33pm 00pm 30pm Phillipsburg ...4 27pm 87 38am NewComersto'n.4 55pm 8 02am Kimbolton 6 33pm 8 40am Cam Mdge,l v... 6 0"pm 9 07am Point Pleasant. 6 30pm 9 38am Caldwell 7 12pm IP 20am Dexter 7 33pm 10 50am 12pm Sflpm tfaoksburg 7 48pm 11 00am 48pm Warner 8 10pm II 24am 10pm 05pm Afarietta,ar....9 05pm 12 20pm No 1, No 9, No 3, No 39 lv Jfackab'g5 00pm ar Mariettas 15pm Noll IvOak Har 9 15pm arNorwalkl2 20pm No 1 3 IV Lodi 6 OOaci ar C.Dov'rl2 40pm No 15 lv Toledo 7 25am ar Noiwalk3 45pm No 17 lv Norwalk6 26am ar Val Juno5 85pm No 19 lv VaUunol 30am ar Marietta? 15pm HuronBrauch, No 27, No Hi, Norwalk, lv. .10 00am 6 08pm Milan ..10 22am 6 30pm Fries Landing 10 32am 6 40pm Huron, ar .. .10 50am e 55pm Westward, Mo ,' "W67 No 38, Marietta, lv....ll 40am 6 00am 6 62am 1 Ham 7 23am . 7 4Sam 8 28am 9 07am 9 35am 3 50pm 4 22pm 4 45pm Warner 12 pm Uaoksbnrg.....l2 55pm Dexter 1 03pm Caldwell 1 27pm Point Pleasant.. 2 07pm Cambridge 2 50pm Kimbolton 3 17pm NewComerstown.4 00pm 10 l5sm Phillipsburg.. . .4 27pm slO 42am Canal Dover 4 65pm 11 07am Valley Junction 6 20pm 12 30am Valley Junction. 5 40pm 11 33ana Zoar 47pm 11 warn Bolivar 5 65 pm 11 48am . Navarre... 6 10pm 12 04pm No 4 i&aasillon 6 25pm 12 20pm 9 00am Dalton 6 60pm 12 40pm 9 24am Burton City.... s6 58pm . . 32am OrrilU-ar 7 05pm 12 63rm 9 4uam Orville, iv ..7 l&pm 12 52pm 10 00am Smithville 7 26pm . 10 13am Creston, Ar 7 40pm I 20pm 10 30am No 2,' Creston, Lv 7 40pm Lodi 7 58pm Spencer s8 13pm Wellington 8 27pm Brighton 8 38pm Clarksfield s8 51pm Norwalk 9 15pm Monro ville... ..9 25pm Bellevue.. 9 42pm Clyde 9 58pm Fremont ..... .10 15pm Oak Harbor. ...10 40pm Toledo, ar 11 30pm 6 45am 10 30am 6 00am 10 47am 6 18am 11 00am 6 35am 11 20am 6 45am 11 33am 6 58am 11 4 (Jam 7 35am 12 20pm 7 45am 12 30pm 8 02am 12 45pm 8 20am 1 00pm 8 40am 1 17pm 04am 1 43pm 10 00am 2 40pm No 12 lv Massil on 3 30pm ar Wei goo 27pm No 14 lv Norwalk 7 40am ar Toledo 4 45pm No 16 lv Val Jnon 4 00am ar Norwk 6 15pm No 18 lv Marietta 6 03am ar Val Jot 9 10pm Baton dranon ' No 26, No 28, Bnron.lv 6 30am 3 40pm Fries Landing .6 45am 3 67pm Milan 7 00am 4 10pm Norwalk, ar.... 7 23am 4 35pm Daily, 8 Mop on Signal, x Do not stop COHBKCTIOH 8 Toledo with all lines enter ing the oity. Connections Fremont I. E W. R. R ; Clyde, I., B. W. R. R.; Bellevue. N. T. O. & St. L R. R.; Monroeville. BiOBK Wd linirton, O O O & I R B; Creston. N T.; P & O rwill,. R R: O A O R R: P O & T and P F W & O R R; Massillon. P F W & O R R; and C L &-W R R; Valley Junction. Valley R R; Canal Dover. O. d P R R. and O L & W. R. R; N.w Cnmaratown. P. O ft St. L R B; Cam bridire, B & O R R; Point Feasant, a W & N T it It; Marietta, u v a, d d, a. M. D. WOODFORD. . JAMES M. HALL. Sen! Manager. Gea'l Pass. Agt. WOODSFIELD WARBLE WORKS. FRED. C. SCHERBO Proprietor. HAVING all the necessary tools, and being myself a practical marble worker, I am pre pared to do all work in my line, of any material or any design, ia a first class Style, and cheaper than any other establishment oan do it, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC MARBLES, and can, en short notice, torn oat of my works "" MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TABLETS, &c, &c. Designs shown and prices cheerfully famished at any time on appljoation. Parties pur chasing from me will save the agent's commission. My work irntratitaos Itself, ,V10,0J Fiusr). o. sotiEREn. febl9,'84T. Woodsneld, Ohio. Plu miner's fine Art (Gallery. 113S Main street, Wheeling-, .West' Va, ME VIEWS OF Tl FLOOD 1 Dozen Best Cabinet Photos, only $3. 'l j)ozen Fine Card Photographs, $1, $1 50 and $2, ac cording to style and finish. - . . . . The Largest Stock of Picture Frames, Motto Frames, Al- oums, .Looking ii lasses kc, FURNITURE. FU KM ITU EE Always In store. The largest and best selected stoek of evsry grade of Furniture ia the oity. which 1 Bay and 8U for CaaH. thereby U N D EBT To which I pay particular attention. My atock Cloth Casket . t All I nsts. Is a Fair Trial and I will Onarantee Satisfaction FRED.HOFFJJiAN, No 23? Uniom Sibkkt, Nxxt Door oot31,'79V. . . L. P. NEUIIART, p-BliUI IB General Hardware, (tfeubart's Corner Building,) Woodsfield, Keeps constantly on band Champion Grain Drills, Nail, Mechanic Tool. Table and Pocket Cullerf, 4grlcul. tural ImpivmenlR. Oatid er'a Hardware, Acac. In faot everything usually kept In a Hard ware Store. Call and oompare prices before buying. L. F. BtUHAKT. apr!7, 83t. -OF- HOLDING COURTS I1T1S33. I17E. the Judsres of tbe Courts of Common VV Fleas within and for tbe Eighth Judicial District of the State of Oh'o. hereby order and direct that the several terms of the Courts of Common Pleas within and for the several rmnntin in Mid District be eoratnenoed on the dHys hereafter named, for and daring the year 1SB5. COMMON PLE AS COURTS. Conntv.r M ondav. January 19 Monday, April 20; Mouday, November tt. Morgan County, Tuesday. Maroh 24; Tuesday, Jane 18: Wednesday, October 14. Guernsey County, Monday. January 19; Mon day. April 20; Monday, November 9. Noble Countv Tuesday, Ffbrma-y 17; Tues day. May 19; Wednesday, Ootobet 14 Harrison Conuty. Tuesday, January ?0; Tues day. April 7; Wednesday. Ootober 14. Tasoarawas Comity, Tuesday, February 10; Tuesday, April 14; Wednesday,' October 28. Jefferson County, Tuesday, Januay 20; Tues day, April 28; Wednesday. Ootober 14. Monroe County, Tuesday. January 13; Tues day. May 5; Wednesday, Ootober 14. Belmont County Tuesday. February, 8; Tues day, May 20; Tuesday, November 8. The terms of said Uourts shall commence at nine o'clock A. M., on tbe several dvs named. It is herein specified that the several terms of Court in said several counties shall beheld by said Judges as follows: . jsuskingnia. morgan, Guernsey aim nuumi by Judges George L. Phillips and E. W. Ma thews, and the successor 01 sua numowi Belmont snd Monroe by Jadge St Clair Kelly. Jefferson. Harrison and Tusoarawas4y Judges Jan. 0 Hanoe and John 8. Pearce Judge os. O. Hance is designated to supervise she exe cution of the order aforesaid. We ordar and direct that a certified ' copy of this order be transmitted forthwith by the Clerk of the Cmrt nf Uommoa Pleas of Mussina County to the Secretary of State, and to the Clerk of the several Courts el Common Pleas in each of s-id several Counties, to be published therein areardima to law Done at Zanecville. in -the County of Mus- kinKum, this 3d dar of Ootober A. D. lots. , , 70S. CHANCE. JOHN 8. P ARCE. E. W. MATHEWS. GEO. L. PHILLIPS. ' ' ' 8T. CLAIR KELLY. Judges of the Court ot Common Pleas. The Stat of Ohio, Mutkinvnm ovntg, SS: I hereby certify the foregoing to Do a true copy, by order of said Judges Attest Howabd Astok, ' Clerk Qjurt of Common Pleaa. 27l State of Ohio. Monroe County. 88: L Afher Okey Clerk of the Common Pleaa Court within and for said County, and State, do hereby certify that the foregoing ie a true copy of the timea for holding Courts in the Eighth Judicial District tor tbe year 1883. Witness my signature and the seal reKAL.1 of said Court, this 13th day ef Oc tober A. D. 1884. Ami Oxbt, Clerk. m ine ciiy. UNDERTAKING. enaoung new oner oraciar, siae&ias. , AK1 N G, is eo-plote, from a plain coffin t a fine to Matxr & Klotz, Bkllairb, Ohio ZANESVILLE Business College TZT BOOS ON PENMANSHIP. A beautiful work on a new plan, contain. ing, in addition to a thorough Treatisa on Book-keeping, mora than forty pages of In- graved Penmanship. Wo will mall (post-paid) to any address on receipt of price, S3. Those who anticl. pate a course would do well to prooure a text book a few weeks In alvanoa ot cater ing, and beooma acquainted with the work and tava aome time thereby. Wo oall the mention of Societies, Associa tions, Companies and Schools to our excel -lent facilities for Sngrossing Resolutions, Testimonials, Certifloatea, Diplomas, Ac 8peolmens and estimates cheerfully furnish ed on application, and ordera executed with neatness and dispatoh. Designs, Drawinga and Engravings on short sotloo. . u CollsgS Journal sent free. '. Address the .Principals, CUOGV1LL PARSOXS. Zanesville, Ohio. Vahatle Farm fof Sale. 1 ni ACRSS'O? LARD In Benton township, I ) I Monroe County, Ohio; ' 100 aores clear. ed, balance good timber; well watered; good house and necessary outbuildings ; sonool house on fann, and Within One-Fonrth Mile of good Souring mill. For further patticu lars, oall on or address, " . 8PRIQQ3 & DRI089, (anl.'Sitf. . Woda&eld,Ohla, BOO EM DllUQ ST0BKS. D E D6 STORE :oi DRUG 8, PAINTS. OIL8. VARNI8HES,. BRUSHES, DTE 8TUFF, AND Ail. Popular Patent Medicines, CAN always be fonnd it J. T. JUDI1M Drag 8tore, at the lowest cash prices ' PURE, WINES AND L1Q)03 Ft Medicinal Purposes.aiay alwaya be foaa4 at J. T. JUDKINS'. PAINTS, ff ail colors, and la every fen at.T w 1 JUDIINS'Drug Store. LINSEED OIL, BT tha Barrel or gallon, at lowest as'arkat rates, at J. T.JPDKIN8 Drug Btore. THE BEST COAL OIL I If the market also. Lard oil. rut tin Neat's Foot Oil. Ac. Ae can Ia haAal - T. JUDKINS at the lowest cash prices PURE WHITE LEAD, ' ',' OF B. Fabnestock'i braEo whlok Is se jnst ly celebrated for Its paritv. whltamu ' and durability. Is jast received byI.T.JO aiiD, ana wui ,e sola at the lowest M raitas. PERFUMERY, SOAP, SPICES, TOBACCO,' BVTt Art's CIOAXS, ' 'V ANDa variety of other articles beloBgtnf to the Druggist's trade, all of wkleh wQl b sold aa low as thev can bo afforded. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS Cabbvvut Paaraaaa it all loare of the 4af and night J. T. J0DIIN8, sepSr. . .. ..---i . ROBERT TOPE, DEALER in . MEDICINES, PURE T3RTJGS, Perfnmery,. ' Toilet, irticle Patent Medicines, Window Glass. Pattv. Shoulder Brace4,Tntases;:ayo Stuffs, PalaU f all klada, Oil and Varaishes, Brashes. Stationery t Blank Books, SCHOOLBOOKB School Stationery, Fine and SUgie cigars, Lmpa aai Chiataeys Coffee, Sugar, Teaa, and Groceries ef all kinds. Best Assotment of Fine , 8oips in town, ai.d every thing usa'al I kept ta a First Class Drug Store, aU of whioh will be sold at the Lowest Cash PrieseMa LiqrORS OF rest' quality lorMedlclnal rarpoaea, Cast , stantly on Hand. ' dUrenim n Call and beCwsi , vlnred. Pbjslclans. PrcBcrlptlcru Carefully f reparea at AU .uaurs, Main (rou Street, v Wot-iifieU, Olio. . President Cleveland Will be Inaugurated M&rcb 4, 1885, THE WORLD, ' , .., . - ... i TheBaTmerDemocraticNeTfs paper of the Union. THE 0XT,T. DEMOCRATIC MORNINO MiiWM'Al'fiK 11 15LIS1IED IN NEW YORK. Daily, $0; Serol-Wec kly, $2; 8nn day, $1 60; Weekly, $1 per year. "? : t, aaawaa ss . . j s HONE? CAN BE HADE la Ry any Vf nn or nomas, 1r1 sir Boy Who Will Organize cihsm fr THEWEEKLYWORLD, Tbe Great Farm and florae Hew paprr. Complete las all -' its Ocparimeata. AGENTS PAID IK CASH. For 100 Subscribers at 1 eaoh $15 will b Paid; for tD Jfubsribers, $12; for 21 5ub soribera, $6; for 15 Subscrlbets, 93, . for 10 Subscribers. $2; for A, $1. Agents Wanted ia every Town and Tillage. . Ciroalars and Sampls Copies Pre. - Bond lor Them.. Try "it. -TvylU Tryli Twenty per oent may bo retained for Or o'er of 10 or mere Copies to One Address. THEWORIaD 81 PARK ROW. NEW XORK.' oct?,'84ml. . . . ,. - , . . CITY BAKERY AND - ! CONFECTIONERY! JACOB EEINHERR,Prop'r, "W OODSFIELD, ' O. ' ' " . t i. ;', Jnst received, tha largest stoek tf , -, Common and Fancy Canditf, Whioh were made to order, and are free from adulteratloua. All kinds of ; , .: Tropical Fruits & Muts And all kinds or ' : 'i CANNED FRUITS, lalilns, Figs, Jellies, Preaervs Mtnoemeat, Tobacco ctj Olsecram SJHot Coffee, 8andwiohe, Cheese, Cakes, Crackers, Plea, Bolognas, Js Q-Toya wtll bssoMatswU : aaaklVli. X