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TUESDAY, APRIL C. 15S6. v-:'l ' "fs rn Stani Junes Sayings. The following a us rum Sitn Jones are worth putting in your ht: A fUn l to roe the other nigh' : 'Jones. I wouldn't have mieV vur ftroiQQ .for .910." an'l vet when the plate ww passed aroutvl that man put in a Conner cen Creel! What V creed? It is the tkinof irnK so up and 8ufTtd ,with Sawdust fcnd sand. If I had a creed I would sell it to a tntwom. , : I have known woro n too poor to own pair of shoes, but I never knew on oo poor to own a looking-gUss. ; , When some of .your membtrs of the eburch eel to heaven tHe angels, will have M'intro-luce vou. ' Dignity U the starch of the shroud The more dignity a fellow has the nearer dead he Is. iTbe rad to hell is the road to heaven. .The only diflctence t in the way )ou are 'toing. . rThe sweoest rrst a man ever had is the rest h Aids in activity. ..... .. , Man a fellow is praying for rain with bis tub-boiloui si'lo up. Ri liquor end Christianity won't stay in the same bide. , ; '.Custom is the law of fools, and it is ronnlnsf tlil eounuy." :.,,..! The matter of church doctrine is an accident., ," ' i FACJTS. - Those ooDteuiplatinjj a trip-westward will certainly do well to carefully eon- silt the time tables of the Baltimore and Ohio road. ' Its celebrated fast trains, 'its sure connections,- and rates always at low, as the lowest, make it beyond all controversy tbe best line west. Colo nists are' carried in first el ass cars on fast .'trains.' and every possible care is taken . Insure ewmfort and convenience. ' Trains run through without change of ears it Chicago, where direct connection i niede' with all leading lines to the west, northwest and southwest, making ut a tingle change of oars to Iowa, 'y ,wts, .Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota. vms. ..No othor line can offer such advaa- tajei as tbe, Baltimore and Ohio. I's costs but - Tery little time snd trouble ita learn this, and in tbe end may lead . to the saving of much of both as we'l as money.1 ' Above til things do not pur chase tiokets before having a talk or re ceiving a letter from one of tbe 8. &0. Agents. A latter addressed to W. K. Xeppert, Columbus, Ohio; to J T. Lane, ;lVfceeioa, W. Va., to J. A. WeVb.Fos ' toria, Ohio;' to T. A. Lee Zanesvi'.le, Ohio, or a call upon cither 'of these pen 'tlemea will lead to thorrasrh Informa lion as to all Decenary details, of, time connections, tares, baggage, etc., ete. -1 .4 . Activity. ? . ' r- Action is tbe gieat demand of r'fe jjTlie activ onlv, are true f the desiitn 'if tlit-tr fxts'ent-e.' It is true of all Mankind that tliev live in this woild In eurier that tliev may make them-flve useful liv UPrtiru their powers of ar -ifiin fn f)li8int all whose welfare tlret r way contribute. Uolres the world is 1 . . .1 -I- IS..;.... In tllAM kaMA fived in rain, it not worse than in vain. . All may accomplish rnntrh for their own -good,, and -tor J he good ol others, ani ttH 'f bo achieve but little In Iheae di rections are not excnsahle. Their want - f success is no trifling taatter It is aot without criminality. Walchmi. ' " " """ riLCr: ILESl PILES'!! ' ffnre enre for Blind, Bleediuir and Itcornr Pi'e. One box baa enrvd the. won't rmaei. of 20 years rUndiiiir. .No noe need naffer fire minutta after ni-injr Williara'a Indian Pile Qinttuaua. It ebrb tvnor, allays itnhiuir. note-a poultice jrivi-e in-Unt relief. .Prepared nv for . Pile, itohiug r,f the private parts, noihinx elve. SulJ by dmiririaU and wailed n rffl-ipt of prioa Mo nd t. WILLIAMS JJPO CO Prop's. Clevelahd.O 4 TO fOVICG LADIES.' If vnr life in made a burden owinir to Biuokbead-. Pimplcw. and other eruptioua on t ike fuoa. anarria your beauty and euusia; ao 1 lunch abaurin. it U no lmiuer neoewtry for tv? to endure it, lr. IflHga Family Oint-j. ment will crtninly rroore all uncn blemivbea and lenv your ' Stfl, Smooth and Zfcxiutf ltd. S.ild Vy all dmiritiata, and tnuiled on re- 1 tefrtMp so ta. WILLI1MS J1FO CO.,Prop'a.,Cleveland,0 CO Ttara TU Funny Man ot tUe Futwre. A a nne ol the reboots tbe master, i Jh a eeneral . fxercif. write tbe .word dl 't-HfNrA the blackboard and asked belUitls faoK 4o write a srnlenca con taininir 'tiit word. He was somewhat iam a4sack to And on one i t the papers wia TSllowing nt ique sunten'-.e : MI d x"n !U2nv1te on." It that boy lives to gronp ht-miW be an ed tor, or funny - man, n oroe of our conkmporai i a. ( rtgafalphia Call 5 , i 5rjisrs ' men, Liwyers.C.efjjyruen andtiitra wboe ocupptt.ooa are of a dentarv vharae'er, i f en have t'je feel- ttidrl heingiittralv worn out, and are lenribdert verv fotciWy f decliniDd ears, wfien if they knew what ailed JUlm. tlv would find all their trouble foaU6 the paction of tbeir kidueys r livwf they woold at such times, tak'e Dr H. ML-an' HoncB'patMc Lt'fand Ktdnev Blm, would sfjaln leitht Yigoraori atrengtb of maturity 1 . rho One of a cent e man's danehter liad o'ten heard her mother speak of her lather as Kenln a s f made nan, asked ber one day if her father wa as-H-made msn by be d.dn'i put mora bail oat bw besdrj-. - Sax e" an experienced blacksmith: "More horeea teet are ruined by rasp Jrrnj.tbe hoof than by any other cause " Thieou'side coating ia impervious to -water and does not evaporate. Wben broken (nto bv rasping the iroisture of 'ttieioot evaporates, leaving the hoofs Itiry; "ni brittle. : . . - "" A'Getmsn scientific Journal asva that -ilki'a "afe' jsood storm-gnsrs.H The udderness w tb, which. a bee rai-es a eijCKtn depepds upon what, portion of tbe 'rntloroitQe insect" slights.- If ad ie hare tu ck. "Thunder pd ligbtnvnK T' if iiol a atronger expletive will follow ,immfcdiaUl) .rr-.'mWoie JJeralJ.. , . . In. order to keep inactinery from to1- Jnfe ikone onnc of eaaophor.dieaolv r itrr one pound ft melted ford ; take artLVbrjiitna .aa anix in aa anneh ' Ine black lead aa will jtWe it iron color. C'e'in'tbe machinery and smear it with iHiw' mix ore ' Af er tenty-foar bonrs rub cltan with so't linen cloth. It will ktp cUsa for months under eidioary ir-umstances, . It ie not perhsps ganerally known lhat BfTaJrosge of Brooklyn has a btolher Gyo, who is also a clergvroau, and a very excellent onv too. His pastor ot ichorcb in Fort Jervis It was of him lhat Dr. T. D-Wltt Talmsge said not long aao that G vn waa the heilpreacb ir In tie Tlmge Ismiiv. Dr. Goya's periahtcnets agtce aithLim. I N' man over ai-iii.i.wle.t a mia-! so q icklv as when be pt tt the ligLteri end of a cigsr in bii mouth. k. w. turn is the airn- tu-rt aztnt of the sale of Dr J H. Mt Lean' Farei ly Meliciiics, for WoodsBtV1- Pa. whv does a man break a prom iff to qutckit 1 fsecaoee. m' son, it is ao ea.y tt make another Be." CHRONIC AFFECTIONS OP THE TH RO A 1' are irojnptly relieved bv tbe uae of Dc J. H. ML ao'a Tar Wine L'Wi; Btlm. 25 cents a bt t e. What is fie difference b twee n top ifa miuraent and a soi g for one voice? Oae's so high and t e other's at lo. Yonr svatem is now more sni ceptibl to tl.e benefi e of a reliable med.i ine than at any rtber saas!ri. Take Hood's Sar saparilla. An fxebsnae save th 'fall of tbe ki.t!0K rink has cme ' Well, it is ti ne. The link has cause-! enougb falls ft) its tim. THAT DREAD TERROR OF MO fHKRS sudocstingcroiip.it speed idly aubdued by uaing Dr. " J . H. Mc- L-an a Tar Wine Lung Balm.. 25 centi a buttle. . . ., An old bachelor explalna the coo rape of the Tnrka by etiting that a man it more than one aife orntht to be ainit e o face death at any time - ,lt mitt'rs not the age of roffenrs nm cold?, crugha, or oronp,"Dr Sn fr' Cngh Strop" Is good for all aliftr. Price 25 cents. "Why doe the doctor smell of hi cane?" asked tbe little sir it .valid of Itri wicked brother. "He Is probably making tbe diagnose, sis," said t ie bad boy. If we anahae oorfeelina lust a lilt " and are honest, we shall S'laii that wi think the i-tib t cniorcement of all law is a B st-rsie thing for tbe other fellow Are vou a marrying man?" wa asked of a wmbre.looking gentleman a a tecer t op-towD reception "Yes, sir," was the promptly reply, "I m a clerg)- man. . Bless me T be said, looking at ht clock, 'its after eleven How the timi fl ea! I bad no idea it was ao late ' 'I is better latj than never, she aaid, biding a vawn. ' J'Bridgrt. did yoo hear the door-bell ? HYesm." Why don t ou go to the door, then?" '-Sure, an' it 'a nobody to sec ire. I'm not expecting callers - to- dsy " ' t- "Did I undi rftaod you to. say that Mr Fungus conversed altogether ia the dead languages?" "I ssi.l I bad lnfrred as mucii' From what, pray V" "From his brettb " "I've just purchased a- dminntive ssliva doz? obaened a Bo-tm kirl lo-j a Iriead. "A saliva dog? What sort of a dog is that ? ' Wby, one t'jat is a puie rxiiact ot S-i'x " It is said that a pron'a tmperameol can tie judged ny tbe c dor of t ie eve. This U very true. A maa of pugili tc iapoeitoQ is prit-y eure to bave b ack eyes sooner or later. Jack: 'Grandma, have yon good teeth?" G-an line No, dear; unloito n.tly, 1 bave not " Jak : -Tlicu I'll give you ny walnuts to keep till 1 couit back" .What ta'.more nstv tan running sore, olceia, pionplea, boils, acrofula. ervsipelas, ete ? N w, -Dr. L-ndse' B ood Searcher" cure them all. Tbe eminent English pb aician. Sir Henry Thompson, considers tisb a par ticularly suitable a: tide of diet for per sous unable to take much exerciae . A Connecticut society orgauiied at tbe beginning of tbe cebtuiy for protection against boise thieves, Is now so flou Uh-i-g that it has dcclaied a dividend ot 100 percent. In Japan wealthy owners cf cats have bigh respect for them even when they are dead In Yeddo, at a retei t cat's fu neral, the coffin waa covered wilb a white eilk pall. "' . Girls gradnat- s in England wear gowns precisely like tuose worn by U liveraity meH and made by the same tailor. Tor only way t tell which from t'other is to wall fir a mouse. Oliver Wendell Holmes sava that bad air, bad whiaky and irregular habits keep the doctors alive. He muat be mistaken. Those very tbinge bave killed several doctors in ibis city. N ,At no Mbet time in li'e ta a msn er completely ifpat t by t urea's as tt IhrJ tender age of low, wben bra motbef telle him eh is goioi to cat aside bis first trowsers snd put him back in frocks. A teacher observed a hnge blot of ink 00 k boy's copv.baok. 'What is that?' he demanded, bure, I tbmk Us a tear. sir' A tear: now couin a tear br black ? ' 'Sure. I think wan o tbe col. oied bora diopped It, air.' .' akbvous irritation ana pains in tie region of theKdneys and bladder art prpnsi tly cured by the use of Dr J. H. McLeau'e Hoia opatbio L'vor and Kid ney Balm. .- With what an air of calm soperior't. a ben will gobble a worm it r the rooa ter has scistcbed it p. There are lots of, hens fn the world. . . . , ' Itch. Fmirie Mange, and Scratchei of ever) kind cured in 30 Minnies by Wool ford't Sanitary Lotio. U-e no other. I bis never fails, bold by R. W . Pope, Druggist, Woodsfleid, Ohio. 43-3. Flattery bsed to he called "e f -aoap," now it is called " affr." The style was changed because tbe lye waa ao plainly visible in tbe lorroer. t. A. L CRAGE. WILL SPRINGS, TENN. wri es: Alter av trial of Dr. J H McLean's Tar Wine Lung Balm, 1 nod Itio be tbe neat remedy I bave seen for all troubles of the sir pasaagea and voice, I bave ued Dr. J. H. McLean's volcanic U11 Ltniment for years, and will not be witboat it in my house. A tescter asked a boy who was the Art Invatuabla Medt oin for Woman." LUCIA E. PIKKKAM S VEGETABLE B. S5. & O. H'Y CO. TIME TABLE. Ii a Poiltlt Care PbrAIiol tluaa FtfnftiJ Delicate Complain ta and Complicated txonble. mn4. Weakneaes m mnnoa amosc our WlTra, Koth m and DaviffhtMa. ev.lTlS 1 SOTEEEIGX m ItEXEDT. . trrutuuxTTO TBM T ATTE, DI cacioc A.VD im mediate and iatU- AaM-tfte dim T tt n a tibt eaiat mar or nutwuircT, ixs djitx tux Btmixs uaos an at reoclajs kesstidal nasioom. OVER 1000 LA0IE8 IN PHILADELPHIA alone, taetiiy tm to ita Cood qualitlce. It U a delieata ttfto tcetiiy about but wo have thrfr name, Urror all waaknenea ef the ceaerattoo orgaaa of JOiieraex, it la eecond to Bt remedy that baa ewer Been Ktore the public; and for all diaauea of tbe Kid. ay i the Creator nardV the World. PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE IT FREELY. ft jxtrjWM U W or th legitimate AmKna of dtt """' relit of fain, and it doet Atx caii to do. It win enre entirely all Ovarian or Vaginal trablea. Inflammation and Ulceration, Falllne and J3iaplana antaiand consequent Spinal Weaknae, aad ia par. UaaiaTrjr adapted, to too Change of Life. WEARY WOMEN PRAISE IT. It renorea raintneaa. Flatulency, deatroya all erar. tag for atimnlanta, aad relieves Weakness of the 8ton mch- I ourts Bloating, Headaches, NervoM Prostra tion, Oenerai Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indiffaaticn. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, and Unsacho, is permanently eured by ita ae AN ANGEL OF MERCY. . It la absolntelyosafb cure for all female weaknesses, InolaxUav Ieucjeffrhoaalrregular and painful manstru ation. Inflammation end anoeratioa of th. womb, oodinv, prolapsus uteri, ate. It contains no sub atanoe that is harmful. Ia taje and nm $1. (8 for $5) la Mqnld, rill or loxrnge Form. Wo family should be without LTDIA E. PnnUEaJPS UVXR P1IX8. They cure constipation, TilUmienesa. and torpidity of the liver. SS centa per box. XH thssa world-wide oe&brateS remedies are nwtnred at Xynn, Mass. The Compound (in fbrra of leasngaa and pills), I4ver Fills and Banatlva Wash aan be aent by mail on receipt of price. a-All Sold br 0rnlata.-S Send stamp fbr Mrs. Pinkhani's "Onide to Health" ad Oonlldential eireular. with, description of ess. aad symptoms of weakasaa. JfenMea thu inssr. Tfltft FffArt 1 . m.. Jn. Itt. IKfUt COMPOUND, Trains Run DhHy. fxef-nt Sunday TKAIIHS GOING EAST. t'STFue Zanesville B.& n. Junction Jill Ran Depot Romlce Mine... Wilblm.. Chandlers ville. ........ Free Janet........... ... Theppard'a Ridge Cumberland Hnntera. AfcClnre Belle Valler Caldwell ..." Dnvall Sarabsviile MorrUon AIn '. Freedom..... st t I 6. o a fc et. a m :s H fk 11. Snmiuerfield 5 35 6 34 m A a ....... ...a 6 n 00A- Pot Baking Purposes Best in tho World. a 18,'fcST. . i IB RAlLICtJADM. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TIME CA11D. J"zxxx.ixcnrry 1886 . WESTBOUND. in Baltiruore.lv'j 45 Waa nington.. 9:13 pro Pittsbnrfrb.. t30 WBeeling...7:00 BaUalre.... 7:3 am 8:45 9:43 pm 7 00 9.65' 10,33 am Cambridge.. .3,10 12.24 Zanevllle....9:7 1:"0 Newark . ...10:40 T.60 pm 9 00 1C:10 am rSO 8:50 9:35 am 11:23 pm 12.23 i,l0 1:20 7 03 am ; f7 40 3:05 pm 3:45 6 02 Colombo, ar. 11,50 J:U 2,40 Cincinnati,.. 7 30 6 50 ! ' pra am Lontavil'e .. 1 J 35 12 05 Bt Lonia -. 6 40 8 0I SAP Jit Vernon.. .11 31 4:27 'am Miosfleld.. ,12:34 r:55 Shhj Jnao 12 53 6 2 t itonroeVille. 8 22 Saodosky... 8:S5 - Tiffln 2;08 8:03 Kostoria 2.21 8 2ti Dabbler 311 l lianoe 3:48 10,05 Aabnra 4 44 11 30 Avllla. "1208 Uilford Jnno. 117 Walkr'.a... 2 24 Welabro....ff57 2 55 Cbloaco ar ...8:55 6:ti pat 2 3& f9 04am aeebect man. Moaea. air. waa tbe anawer. Very well, my hoy: ana oow j bo waa the mat k tat woman V -JPIease. air, tbere never waa anj meekeat woman.' )iiidiod8 aa well as obaiinate are die ordera ot tbe kidneya, tbe disease preys upon tue organs aflecterl, witiiont iievel oping any ay mploms anfficier t'y marked. to alarm tbe patient until it baa reacbeo an advaacet) and danernna stage, check tbe prosreas or this diaeaae in its in ripieney, by tbe uae ot Dr. J. H. Me- lan'e HomtBDnatbic Liver and Kidnet Balm, if you ney. led yoo ran tbe risk ol dangerous petbaa lalal eonaeqiiences. "So tot bave given op smoking to accommodate yonr wife," saiU Judge renny banker to Kosciusko Mnrpby "Ob, yes, sbe wanted me to gire it op. and l did so." 'Drint yoo fiod it pretty bard to gire it op 7 Yea, I suffered a good deal daring tbe firot week, bat after that I felt all right." ' "Wh&t did yon do to allay tbe craving for lobacfor 'I took H emokfop again. That cl lajed tbeuaviog ri-jliv vfl." 4:02 : 4 27 5 47 : 6:35 7:05 7;37 8 38 9.11 11 08 11 33 am 12 61 2 24 3 00 6.40 10:15 1041 11 37 pm 12 15 am 210 2 30 4 4S 614 7:30 ttandaakj Aooouiuiudaiiou leave. Colom bo 7 am Newark 8 0" am. EAST BOUNI. Pal Chicago, Lv...5.10 WalUboro .... Walkertea.... Uilford Jnno.. Avilla Anbarn 9 28 Defiance 10.20 Dsblr 10.S 8 Poatoiia 11:39 Tiffin. ..11:59 Sandaaky.... Monroe villa.. am Shelby Jane...l 08 Mansfield .....1:28 Mt. Vernon... 2.-26 PM aat '1:10 f8.10 an 1 28 10 33 1 58 11 03 m 3 08 12 08 4 15 113 4 44 I 48 5:59 6 50 7:39 8:03 7:25 . 8 22 3:05 4,05 5:10 6.42 6:25 7 25 9 35 8R6 10:16 9:05 11:36 10:16 8:45 10 56 11 23 AM 12 27 1 80 2 00 pm f2 00 2 32 3 84 407 6:9 pm am , 6t Lonla..... 7 00 8 00 am pm i Louisville.... ' 1 45 225 Cincinnati.... 7 30 7 16 pm Colnmbna ....2:00 11:40 11.05 :00 pm . am Kewark ......3:15 12:55 12:10 .4 . Zaaesvllle ..;.3 59 1 58 12,54,6 30 Cambridge ....4:43 3:00 1:40-7 SO Betiaire S-20 5:04 3.35 9:38 Wheeling ....6:55 5:45 4:30 0 1 prat Plttabrgb..tl015 : 84A 729 4& pm am pm ' m Waahlngton .6 30 7,20 6 30 Baltimore, ar.7,30 8:30- ' 7,30 iarr rryor Hero BrlMe-r Bark hart ...6:55 La wta villej. .. 6 t1 g" 2 ooctiield. nr.... 6 35 WoodaBeld, Iv 6 40 jnnfiah 6 65 Oaark ....7 08 Jerusalem 7,1 6 Bealleville 7:31 Crabappla 7,45 Alladonia 7,57 Armstrong .....8,05 Andreon,a Ran Capttba. 813 Celacy 8.78 Jaoobsbnrg ........... 8 32 Bethel 8,42 Danfeo's Siding Irwin 9,5 BaHalre.arr 9 80 u n. s. . 3 I a, o a Z. a m I5 H A. n. 2 45 2 52 2 64 311 3:27 3:43 3:55 4 03 4,23 4 32 4:45 4 57 1. 13 f 30 60 6 20 6 40 B a S a S 1 I si 0 s e- a . 6.30 6 36 6.-50 7,12 7,36 7S8 8:16 8 31 858 9 09 9:27 9 45 10 08 in 31 11:00 11;40 pm. 12 06 1210 12:21 12,29 12,42 12:47 1.-02 1;9- Wheeling Lab Erie , CLEVELVND MARIETTA R. WS. TIME TABLE.1 , ' CETmal. STAKD4RD TIWE. 6 s KaaTWAKB. Vo. 3, am Toledo, lv.... 7 SO Oak Hwbor.ar.8 45 Fremont 9 12 Clyde 9 28 Bellevae 9 42 llonroeville.arlO 00 Nor walk, It. ,10 13 Wellington... 11 00 Creston. ar.. .11 50 rreston, If ..11 50 am 6 30 am Orrville. ar,..12 20pm 6 00 No. 17, pm 00 55 6 18 6 S3 6 7 7 l 47 02 22 10 9 00 Orrville, lv... 12 30 Afaasillon, ar..l sO I Masslllon. lv..l 20 Zoar .... ...1 68 j Valley Jane, ar.2 05 6 00 6 40 6 40 7 18 7 25 1 88 1.50 2 09 2:26 2.36 2.56 3,13 3,28 3,38 3 43 4,18 4,24 4,37 4.S3 6:40 Valley Jnno, I v. 2 12 Canal Dorer.,.2 38 Phillipsburg. .3 02 NewComerato'nS 27 Klmbolton ...4 00 Cambridge ....4 30 Point Pleasant. 5 05 Ca'dwell .... 5 40 Dexter City... 6 02 Afaokabnrg,...s 10 Warner 6 29 if arietta, ar...7 20 Westward No 2" am Marietta, lv...6 20 .! os Ho. 1 tio. 6. pm 12 30 1 20 1 45 2 02 2 16 2 32 2 45 3 35 Sft SO ' 00 00 40 40 6 18 6 40 am am am 7 35 8 00 8 23 847 .IV Zi f 'If i Dp !fy&jfx to iBiiy Lampr Queenswarp, , House Furnishing, Stove OR TXNVJJEVEJ :-' ' . :' 'I' . : I - IF YOU CO, I -will aIl yon goods Lowe than any other honae in Balltira, and ahow yon a larger Iner and more varied atoek to select goods from. For every Dollar's worth or over yon kny, yon get a ohanoe in the elegant decorated French China , Dinner Set, Containing 125 pieces now on exhibition at my store. Regular price $60. WVhare a large line of beautiful and useful goods suitable for PRBSE.irS. and at prices that will make them go, An inspection respectfully solicited. . . , Ii. F. COCKAYNE, deulS.'SSy.- 2io Belmont Street, liellatre, Ohio. 1 0 6 00! 6 45 7 30 am 715 8 17 8 47 9 00 9 30 10 35 9 17 10 30 9 45 11 20 pm 1 20 2 35 3 2) 4 05 4 45 . 10 19 11 04 11 30 11 38 11 58 12 60pm 6 10 No 4, pm 2 30 N tf. am. 6 23 -X. TltAlNS GOING WEST. Q y h M at O J S S6 5) 1' 5 s 6 T-g a, 2 & a, a, Lraves: ah am m Bellaire .6.35 2,30 Irwin 7 20 3,06 Dunfee's Siding....... Bethel.. 7'3i 3 18 Jaeobstnrg 7.48 8,28 Kelsey.. 7 63 3,82 Captina. 8,13 8.48 And.rson'a Bnn ....... . Armatreng... ....8,38 ' 400 Alledonia.. ....8,49 4,08 Crabapple ,...9,07 4,20 Beallsvllle ...9 28 4.34 Jainaaiem 9 47 4,49 Oiark... 9,58 4,67 Sunlsh 10,16 6 10 WoodaBeld. ar JO 35 6 25 WoodaBeld, lv 10,60 6 30 Kerr...... 11,01 f 37 LewiBville 11 ?0 6,58 Bnrkhart 11 48 6,10 Briater 11,56 . 6,14 Jfero 1210pm 6,24 Pryor .............. 1221 . 6.30 8nmmerfield, ar 12,33 6,40 Sammerfield, It....... 15,35 6.40 Freedom 12,69 7,00 jlorriioa Mine....... SarahsTtile 1,35 7.30 Dnvall .........1,69 7,69 Caldwell 219 a 07 Bella Valley 2,36 8,23 MoClare 2.6 1 ,85 Hnntera .3 08 8 47 Cnmberland.... 3,20 ' 8.66 Sbeppard'a Bldge 3,45 916 Freeland 3 55 9.24 Cliandlersvllle 4.11 9,6 Wilbelms 432 9 52 Romine Mine .....4.53 10-08 Mill Ban Depot. ...... .5,19 10,25 B & 0. Junction 5,20 10,26 Zanesville 6,30- 10,30 i I n si i n t sr. Maoksbnrg....7 25 t 42' 9 00 Dexter City... 7 32 ' 8 50 9 20 Caldareir 7 53 4 H 10 15 Point Pleasant 8 28 4 45 ll 50 ' Cambridge ....8 54 5 20 1 00pm Cimbolton ...9 17 .646 145 NewComerst'n 9 48 6 SO 8 27 Phillipsburg. .10 08 6 32 4 30 Canal Dover.. 10 23 6 55 8 05 Valley Jnno,arl0 51 7 20 9 00 Valley Juao.lrl I 15 8 40 Zoar... 1124 8 47 Afaaeilton. ar.12 10pm 9 26 Uualllon.lv. 12 30 9 25 Orrille,ar 110 10 06 Orville, iv 1 25 10 15 4 45am . Creston, Ar... 65 10 45 Creston, Lv...l 55 10 45 5 3 Wellington.... 2 40 1 28 6 25 Norwalk. ar....3 23 1210am 715 Norwalk, Iv.,.3 32 121 7 25 Jlenroeville.lv.. 3 44 1 ' 7 37 Ballevne 4 02 7 63 Clyde 4 17 8 08 Fremont' 4 45 8 25 Oak Harbor... 4 63 . 8 49 Toledo, ar 5 55 $45 Flag Stationa are marked with a (. All others are regular stations, at which trains will stop without being flagged. Passing points are indicated by full-faoed BgUrea. ''.' On and after If arch 13, train No. 8 will run through to WoodaBeld every Saturday, and return every Hon day to fnmmerfield, ai riv ing at Woodafield about 9 o'elook p. in. and leaving Monday at 6.15 a. m. . . . . W. T. MORaiS, . . Superintendent, WoodaBeld, Ohio. ' J B. RhodeS) Trail Dispatcher. WoodaBeld, Ohio OHIO RIVERRAILROAD. Tins Table, Taking Effect at 10 I. M. Sairday. December 13, 185. SOUTII-BOVXD TRA1XS. Trains run daily. except Sunday. Wheeling, Colnmbna and ClnoinnatL Com scr.oxs Toledo with att lines enter ing the city. Cohksctioss Fremont. L. K. & W- R R. Clyde, I B & W K R. Bellevoe N T C 4 8t L- R R, Monroeville B a 0 R R. WeUincton C C C & I R R, Creston NTP&O, Orrville. P 4 & WRB, Maaaillion, PFWaCRR.ft CLA W R R, Valley Junction Taller R R. Canal DovirC & PRR &CL&WR1, New Com ergtown, FC&ALKR, Cambridge.B 4 0 R K, rolnt feasant, C W H Y R R, Marietta. C W k B R R. W. A. McCLOY, Acting General Pass; Agent. fOR HARD TIMES. The Spirit of Democracy AID J DEMOREST'S ILLUSTRATED - MONTHLY No 7. Mo. 3. No 1. A.W. t.M. A.M. Whaling Lvo 8 00 3 15 6 35 Benwood 8 25 1 30 6 50 Afoundsvlll. Jff ' 710 PowhaUn j JJJJ 4J0 732 Woodland 0 4 430 -7 43 Claringtoa 11 05 4 41 7 63 Proctor 11 35 4 65 8 05 BareavUle 12 01pm 5 09 8 17 NewMartlnsvMo J J j, , 28 Sardla 12 5 25 8 32 Paden's Valley 1 00 39 8 37 Sistersviils 1 35 8 45 850 Friendly .2 00 6 68 9 03 Long Reach - 2 15 6 05 9 10 Baveu Rock 2 4S 6 20 t 26 Jrapo Island 3 00. 6 28 9 33 Bt. Marya 3 15 6 35 8 46 Vauoluse 3 25 6 40 9 47 ' Hareka ... 345 .. 6 48 9 66 Willow Island 4 00 6 8i -10 05 4 20 ' 4 25 - 7 05. 1015 Williamitown 6 00 7 28' 10 40 Henderson 510 7 31 10 46 Briscoe 1 6 26 7 43 10 67 nna 5 35 7 47 11 00 Parkerabwrg, arr 600 8 00 Ills NURTU'Btil'XOTR.alSS. Wo 3 No 4 No 8 Mail. Bxpresa. Freight. AST IT! AM Parkersbnrg, lv 6 35 30 Vienna -.6 60 34J . 7 05 Briaeoe 53 8 47 716 Henderson 7 05 3 68 7 85 WHliamstown 7 19 4 65 7 fcO Willow Island 7 39 4 85 '8 60 Knreka 7 47 4 43 9 05 Vanclaso 7 5 4 68 f 25 ,. . . ; Orape Island 8 07 6 0S 9 58 Raven Rock 8 15 6 12 10 15 Long Beach . 8 t 6 2i 10 45 Friendly 8 37 6 33 1100 8iiteraville 8 50 6 45 1130 raden'a Valley 9 15 6 00 11 65 pm Bardia 9 10 605 1203 Hew Martinsville 9 20 6 15 12 80 Baresvillo, 9 25 6 20 12 40 Procter 9 38 6 36 1 10 naringtoa 9 52 6 60 1 40 Woodland 10 03 7.00 2 05 Powhatan 10 15 7 12 2 80 KoundattlU 10 49 7 4V t 3 20 1363 Benweed 31 00 ' f 05 4J30 ". WheeliDg' ,rr II 20 8 16 4 55 1 Fnll faoed figures denote meeting and pas , sing points. Flag station. Nos. 1, 2, 3 aad 4 dally; 7 and daily r exoept- aandy. Nos 7 and 8 will stop on r signal at any poiat to let off or take on pas- cengers or freight . . CHASL WILLIAMS, Asslataat fUDerlatoadeat. ITltli Twelve Cat Paper Patterns ol your own selection and of any size. 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New York, and Br Special Agreement Combined W1THTHS CaalaaU tTe AASsa mmm m.L JO ftft laUUAIrWlaVClWi.CWy ftvtf VV Mrs. O. O. SNYDER, WOODSHELD, OHIO, IIS" - mmi m cooem mm. ARD MANUFACTURER OMl Ends of Tinware & Spouting Is prepared to furnish TIN or IR0X ROOFING ef the Best ' (Quality on Short Notice. Also a full Hue of 1TJEF.XS W AKK and GLAHH WAJIE wbien will be sold at very low prices for CASH. Call and see before purchasing else where anything in her line. , decl5,'85y. E . K O E.H L E R, . . . Lold, OitidLo, T3ea,lex In D ry Goo d s, N ot i on s, B ootsvS h o es Hats, Caps, Queensware and Glassware M8 C0N8TANTLT ON HARD A PULL LIHI Groceries, Flour. Candies,Tol.acco, Cigars & Canned Goods. I buy my goods for Cash and will s.U to my customers it Rock Bottom Prices for Cash or ' Approved Produce. : ' i 1 Call and see ttje before PirrtrliiiBlns; Elaewliere. I keepnoSIIODDT CiOOUd of any kind whatever. decSSoy. : Opposite Eagle IIome,Paall Street, Toodsfleld, Ohio, Great Reduction. MTtt FURTHER NOTICE. 1 DOZEN FINEST FINISHED ABINETS, $2 50. 1 Doz. Card Photos, 51 OO, DX SO, DCS OO . . ACCORDING TO 8TTLX AND FNII8Q. ' 1 T3ozen Finest Finished. T3aisie, GO Cents. X.rxxom.'lI, this is foa short time only. PLUMPER'S GALLERY 1138 Main street, "VVheelingr, West Va. ' PROBATE NOTICE. ACCOUNTS and vouchers have been filed in tbe Probate Court of Monroe County, OWo, by tbe following Administrators, Ex ecutors and Guardians, to wvit: Final account of John W. Barlow Guardian ot James B. Bar ow, a minor. .First partial aocount of George Pfalsgraf Guardian of Louisa Ffalagraf, an iajbeotle. Second partial aooounl of 1. M. Voegtl Ouardlan of Barbara K. Baaisen, aa lmbs. e'.le.( - ' Final account of 8tepben H. Hatborn aa Adminlrtrator of tbe estate of Jobn Ha tborn, deoeased. Final aocount of Israel D. JJfoose as Ad. ministrator of tbe estate of Jacob Afoose, deoeased Final aoconnt of Catbartne Davldaon aa Administratrix of tbe estate of Alfred A. Davidson, deoeased. Final aocount of Jobn W. Fleabmau as Administrator of tbe estate of Afagdalena Fleabman, deoeased. itnal aceount of Isaae Hogua as Adminis trator of tbe eatate of fosey A. Hogaedoc'd. Final aocount of Charles Beck aa Exeoutor of tbe will of Mary Book, deoeased. Fourtb partial aocount ot Wm. W. Jforris as Guardian of tbe minor betrs of Louis Boss, deceased final as to his ward Minnie, Final aoeoust of F. M. Cain as Adminis trator of tbe eatate of Adolpb 8aurlander, deceased. Final aocount of Frederiok Wittenbrook as Guardian of Frank Wittenbrook,a m nor, Anv psrsoi iterefted'may file written ex. oeptioka to said accounts or any Item tbereef on or before tbe lvtn aay 01 April next, wben tbe same wlU be BnaUy heard ana disposed of. 1. J. FKARSON. Bicbl6,'e6U. ProtaU Jndge. M. C. O, REDEMPTION NOTICE. I F. Kinddberfftr, or tehom it may Concern; Notice is hereby given that A. G. Bugkes baa paid Into tbe County Treasury a sum suf fcoieat to redeem lot No. 32, in tbe town of 9Ufford.sold at a Delinquent Tax 8ale by Jobn Buegeegger, Treasurer of Monroe county, Ohio, January 19, 1S8S in tbe name of A. J.Cavanaugh to F.Klnde'.berger. H. R. MUHLEMAN, Koh'SSto. Auditor Mourow Co., Ohio. 'm Va-srapapar anpportlnt; the Principles fa Oamocratie Adanlnlstratloai, - rabtlshed lath. CHyafKe York. : raalIAM DOBSHEOIEBV Idttor ewwl Proprietor. DaHj, Sunday, and Week Editions, THE WEEKLY STAR, A Sixteen-page Newspaper, Iseued every Wednesday. - A clean, pare, bright and hrterestlne; FA1VHLY PAPER. It contains the latest bcits, down to tbe boar ot going to pres. : Agricultural : Market, Fashion Household, Political, Plnanolal and Commercrat. " - !11!i:iicetTcai7TiWhoroOTmrm Editorial Senerinent., all enaer the direction of trained Jooraalista of the biRbeat ability. Its aixtrna psgaa will be found crowded with good thina bom beginning to and. , Original .tsrVes by disnagoisbed American aad foreign writers o( flctiuo. ' ... THE DAILY STAR," ; Tbe Dim contain. U tbe new, ef tha day m an attracUre form. Its special correspondence bv cable from tendon, Paris, Blui,ienii and . Dublin is a commendable featara. At Washington,1 Albany, and other Bew. centers, the ablest corrcepondenta, specially retained br the In Stab, furnish the latest new. by telegraph .. lu literary feature, are ansnrpaaaed. ' The Financial and Market Review, are anuaaally fnll aid complete. , Special terms and extraordinary lninoa sneuta to Mgenta and eaavaesen. . . Send for clrcoyira. TERMS OF TNI VV ItKLY STAR to 8rm aeniBiR. ran or rosTaoa In the United State, and Canada, ontside tho limiu er New York City : Per year..' - f ' J Clnbs of Ten" leoo Clnba of Fifteen (and one extra to organiser). . It 09 . TERMS OP THI DAILY TAR K Sva aORlBaBS I 9 Every day for oee year (Including Sunday). ...$7 W ' Daily, without Bnnday, one year 09 Brery day, aix month. J W Daily, without Sunday, six month.... .....v... S 09 Addre,9 THE SXAIt C sad Storth iriUlain Bt., Kew Xerk s r- ;j 1886. r Harper's Young -People. ILLUSTRATED. Tbe position of Hatrea's Tooao Paons aa the leaUhtg weekly periodical or young reads era. is w.lU esUbllshed. The( peblisher. spare no paina to prov.de tbe beat and neat attractive reading and II lustrations. The aerial and tbort atones bare strong a ramatio interest while ' they are wholly free from whatever is pernicious or vu'garl sensa tional; . the papera of natural history and soienoe, travel,' and tbe facta A life, arey writers whose names give tbe Vest aeauranoe of arouraoy and valus. Illustrated papers on atbletlo' snorts, games and pastimes give full information on these subl.ote. Tneroia nothing cheap about it but its prioe. .,. Aa epitome of everything that la attractive and deairable to Juvenile literature. Boston Courier. . A weekly feast of good things to tho boys and girls In every family whloh it visits. ailxa .Union. ; " It is wonderful in Its wealth of pictures, Information and interest, Christian Advo cate, N.r. ' V Terms: Postatre, Prepaid, f? Per wear. r- Vol Vllcomnunct Xovemow 3, 1885. Eixois NoMBSBSvFive Cents'saoU. Bemittauoea should be made by Postofflee Afoney Order or Draft,to avoid chance ot ioss. Newspspers are not' to copy tbll adref. tisement -itbout the express order of Har. per & Brothers. Address -. ' . HAKPB& & BR0THHR5, New York. SCROKj Usually develops In early life. ana is a pecwi arm or Did. con dition of the system, usually '"affectlnz the ylandsr often fog suiting In swellings,, enlarged Joints, abscesses, thickening of the Hps, enlarged neok.sore.r eyes.' A scrofulous condition Is often hereditaryfbut bid r diet, too free use of fat meats bad air, want of sunshine and J nourishing food will lnduoa i It. Some people are troubled ! with scrofulous swelling of the i glands, and with ulcers and kernels.'WlilclnnayTauAA hij . little pain ; others may have In ward scrofula, scrofula of tha lungs, scrofula: of the spleen. ' scrofula of the kidneys, anl scrofula of the bones. . BUR-: j DOCK RT.Onn RITTF.RS . . will drive away any ease of scrofula, and not to appear in another, place, for their action on the. r blood and bowels will carrytha ' disease entirely from the body febft.'oSv. - ' " 1 " ' ''7 ",." ' 'VI f 7CroocaLfl.eXca. OeV ' . ... . . . . . l General Insurance .Aeat, ! -fc, .... - 1SD M1LEI II Hardware, Tinvare, - V" - . . . . Clipper lowing . Uhins. "Home, Sweet Hone Cook Store. . j cnAMriOIC OltAII! dbilm,.. Plows, 'rlrrl.anlcaToels.CuUiry. Daildera' Hardware, etc In faot everything nsaally kept la a Hard ware 8tors. Call and eompare prtoei before uytng. . i r. BJkUBAST-. apr28,Hv. '. ' ' . r ROBERT POPE, DEALER Iff'; r 1 MEDICINES PURE DRUOSv Perfumery, Toilet.: ArtMci, Patent Mediotnes, Window Glass, Patty, Bboulder Braces, Trnssee, DyeStnfavPaiats , of all kioda, Oil and Varnishes, Brasbef a. -at tkl t 1. - ... euiuvuery, disss xuvaa, ' ' .,., J , SCHOOL BO OK O - ; . ; ;iN(.-r- . S p lio o.I S t x t i o n er jr0 Fine and Stogie Clgara, Lmpa and Chlmaeyi Coffee, Sugar, Teas, andOrocerlea of all-kinds. Best Assortment of Flne.lesps . ia town, and everytbtag n.aally kepi lai a aCini Oli'oo ripun Cf r S SI Wl VlUtfg Bal UtJ VlbLWa, ; x aU of which will be sold at tho . " ' . 1 Lowest . Cash Prices. LIQUORS OF iB EST QUALITY lor Medicinal Parpost-a, Cmm ilaall; on Hand. . Give III ill a Call ad be Csb' VlNced. 1 ' ' Physicians Preseriptiees Careially Prepared at All Hours. h Jtatn Cro$$ Street, Woodt field, Ohio,' sepl. '. ''' :.-: '" ,i . r ', . s : .it,', -i, CITY. BAEERY .AND- CONFECTIONER VI.' REDEMPTION NOTICE. To F. KindeUmger or vhom it may Concern Notice is hereby given that'Louia Salsber ger,8Uerlff, has paid into the County Treasury a sum sufficient to redeem lot ffo. 34 in tbe town of'Antiooh, Perry township, sold at a Delinquent tax sale by John Ruegaegger. Treasurer of Monroe Connty, Ohio, January 18, 188S, in the name of T. C. Penn to t. Einde berger. H. R. lITJfHLKUAN. mch23&6w3. Aaditor.ifOsvrooCo,Ohlo.- , LEGAL NOTICE. . ' '- . i .. 1 1 :. i' MEBETMAN THOMAS. Henry Thomas, Hi cbaet Thomas. Jr., jaoob Pascal Tbomaa Rachel Tbomaa, Afary a; Tbomaa and Mahala Thomas, ebildren and heirs at law of Henry Thomas, deceased, whose place. of resldenoe and post offioe address is unknown, will take notice, that en Tuesday, the S3d day of Feb. rnary, A. D. 18$. Michael Thomas filed his petition againat them and ether, in tbe court of eommon pleas of Moaree eonnty. onto, praying for the partition of the following described teal ealsle aituate In said oosnty, to wit; The southwest quarter of th southwest quarter of section three, township three of range fuur, ooatainiug forty sores; also, the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section two, township three of range fonr, oontaining thirty Ejne and sixty hundredth sores. Dnleas yM answer said petition on or be fore Saturday, Afay 1, 1886, the same will be taken as oonfessed and Judgment tendered accordingly. MICHAEL THOMAS, .. By Dbiogs 4 Mallobt, his Att'ys. " ehV87. JACOB REINHERR.PropV, saavaaassBB ' ', Just received, tho largest stock of ' r Common and Paiicy Candi: WUcrb were made to order, and are free from adulterations." All kinds of ' - -" ; - . i - .: : f Tropical Fruits & Nut s And all kinds or CANNED FRUITS, RahUts, Figs, Jelller, Preserves Mincemeat ToTo too Cl&txra C3Hot Coffee, Baodwlobes, ?hase,Ckesr Caekers, Flea, Bolognas, As. QTeys will ba sold at cost. aaehl8,'S4w.--ateala and lunch- m ved day aad night. . ROAD NOTICE. NOTIC is hereby given that a petHlotf will be presented to tho Commissioners of Vouroe County at their next .session. June A D. 1880, praying for a review and alteration of a road in Jaekaon township leading from the town of Cochrane vlllf ; -Jo lntereeot the Woodsfleid and Tool's , landing wi. .u. lauu. vi rraua i, asaiaiu; pe ginning for the same ai the wast sad ef bV bridge to be built at Eradfielda : Cro.Meg. el Jim Ron; thenoa thiosgh the lauds pf Lewi C. Bradfield, as nearly the old mill race a praotloablef thence through the leads of Mrs. lvelineWbUney, Mrs. Margaret ftaperr Oeorge Slial, Biihu Long, Poll Haugtrt, Ifosls Haugbt. B. F. Polger and Frank Wasmuik. ' to luuraeot the County road near 'the rest denoe of said Frank Wssmuth.7 v, tnohV8w5-. . JfANYPBTITIONKRS. SI'-'- , BEDEMPTION NOTICE. ' To C. Cehi, ortehom tt may Vottoermi . ! t Notioe ts hereby given tbat Blisabeth Araif strong haa paid into the County Treasury sum suffloient to redeem tbe northeast part ef the northeast quarter of range 9.' to wtf ship 8.seotion 35 7 J aeres,and tbe southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of rangy f f township 3, section tiAo acre., sold at a Delinquent Tat 8ale by Ma Ruegaegger Treasurer ot Monroe County Ohio, January 19, 1885, in the name of Kiss' Armstrong W C. Cehrs. '' H R. MOHLllaAK, MohKSotS. Auditor Monroe t7oOMv.