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Express Leaves Columbus (1:20 a m; arrive a
Circlevillc 10:40. Cliillicothe 11:10, Waverly 12:12
p m, Portsmouth 2:10 p m
Mail Leaves Columbus 5 pm; arrive at Clr
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Washington and New York.
For Chicago, Indianapolis and St. Louis, and
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Hitn (joiumbus. ttnnnirneia ana Cincinnati
U'y for London, Springfield, Sandusky and Cin
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Ironton, Pomeroy, Giillipolls, Maysville and
Huntington; connecting at Huntington with
Chesapeakeand Ohio Railroad for Charlottsville,
Gordonsville, and Richmond, Va.
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Spriflifieli Soitta Eailroai
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South Charleston 8:80
Washington C. H 5:00
Good Hope 60
NO.S.Ex. No. 8.AC. No. 10
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PERSONAL A1V SOCIAL,
Hon. I. W. Qui n by, of Wilmington,
Washington a brief visit lust Friduy.
Mrs. W. C. Gould, of Jackson, Ohio, spent scl
era! days Tisitinir friends in town the nnst week.
Clfifisa Jcannette Grove sings in Theodore
Thomas' concert at Music Hall. Cincinnati, to
Mrs. Rev. Hutchison, of Rusliville, Indiana,
is here on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. P.
Harry Daughcrty came home from Ann Arbor
Mich., where he has been attending law school,
The ladies of the Alvin Dancing Club will
give a Leap l ear hop at Music Hall on Fridav
evening, April 3d.
Mrs. Tude Bradley and Mrs, Mary Newliold,
of Baltimore, are visiting their mother, Mrs. D,
I urtwanglor, in town
Mr. and Mrs. T. McLean, of Frankfort, Ross
county, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R
Sutherland the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Sutherland entertained
a large company of their friends at their resi
dence on Saturday evening last.
Wm. E. Evans, of Hillsboro, visited Ely Corn
mandery K. T. of this place, at a special con
clave in Templar work, on the 17th Inst.
Senator Creamer and family came home from
Columbus last Saturday, to remain during the
trl-weekly adjournment of the Legislature.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Morrow, of Hillsboro, pa
rents of Mrs. Mills Gardner, of this place, cole-
brated their fiftieth wedding anniversary on the
Mrs. William Millikan accompanied her hus
band to Columbus on Tuesday. After spending
a few days in that city she will go to Marys
Tillo to visit her sons.
Sheriff Smith and family removed to their
residence on Temple street, this week. J. D.
Kerr, who has been occupying the house, will
board with Dr. Dennis.
Dr. W. B. Carpenter, of Columbus, and Ceo.
H. Carpenter, who is attending college at Woos
ter, Ohio, wore called home by the death of their
sister, Miss Hattie, on Monday.
Hon. Jas. Pursell, M. S. Sager, W. F. Willett
and Dr. Harlow, with their wives, went over to
Chillicothe Saturday evening, to attend a birth-
day party at tue re9idence of Mr Wm MiU of
Mrs. Dr. H. C. Coffrann returned from Colum
bus Tuesday, where she had been spending a
few days with her son Charlie, who is now at
tending school at the Institution for the Deaf
Mrs. B. Sweet of South Charleston, daughter
of Mrs. C. L. Gctz, Miss Flora Clark of the same
place, and Mrs. Emma Harley of Toledo, the
two latter, nieces of Mrs Getc and Mrs. Ella
Coons, are visiting wilh their relatives in town
Geo. P. VanDcman stopped off here, on his
way from San Francisco to Sew York, Inst Sat
urday'eveTilng.'HBhad Intended goingnround
by water, but changed his mind just before
starting, and came across by rail, surprising his
family by dropping in upon them unexpectedly.
W. C Tanzey was called to Richie County,
Ya last week, by the serious illness of a brother
who resides there. Ho returned the latter part
of the week, his brother's condition having ma
terially improved. Mr. Tanzey thinks there is
a chance for profitable speculation in timber
lands in that part of Virginia.
The Chillicothe Register, of March 20, says:
"Mr. Harry N. Ncwbeck, son-in-law of John
John R.Bailey, of ourcity.hasbeen again sent to
the Athens Asylum. The least worry or excite
ment regarding business matters seems to throw
him off his balance, and his contemplated re
moval to V ashington C. II. has again unhinged
his mind. He was returned to Athens on Friday
of last week."
E. B. VanDenian, of Sauford, Florida, arrived
here Saturday evening, accompanied by hissis
tcr, Miss Ella, who has been spending the win
ter at his home in Florida, with the hope of bene
fitting her health. Her condition, however, has
not been improved by,the climate of that State.
Mr. V. came up to Cincinnati with the excur
sionists over the Cincinnati Southern railway.
He started tor home on Monday.
The thirtieth wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Robinson, which occurred on
Friday evening last, was made the occasion for
a surprise visitation by a company of their
friends to the number of 100. Mr. and Mrs. R.
were taken entirely unawares, but nevertheless
gave their visitors a most eordial greeting, and
the affair was one of the jolliest social events
that has transpired recently. An elegant China
dinner set, together with other handsome a
valuable articles,, were presenteu to bit. a
Mrs. R., with the congratulations of th
Tribute of Respect.
Alumni Hall, Washington C. H., O., j
marca xz, uu, )
Pursuant to a call made by President Herbert
Maynard, the Alumni Association appointed
the following named committee to draft suita
ble resolutious relative to the death of Hattie
G. Carpenter: Alma Kephart, Mollie V. Foster
and Laura Reid.
The following resolutions were adopted Tues
day morning, March 23, 1880:
Whkkkas. God. in His divine wisdom, has
taken from our number our sister, Hattie G,
Carpenter, after a long and painful illuess,
therefore be it
Rksolvep, That wo, the members of the
Alumni Association, while acknowledging
God's wisdom, do deeply deplore the untimely
death of our former companion aud associute
in letters. ... t , ,
muun.vien. Thathv her death we have lost a
student who was thoroughly devoted to literary
pursuitsand an honored member of our Alumni
Association, whose well-known face we shall
greatly miss. ...
Resolved, That the Alumni pictures be
draped in meuroing for a period of thirty days,
and that the members of the association wear
the accustomed badge of mourning.
Resolved, That the memorial prepared by
Miss Ella Simkins be embodied in the minutes
of our society. , ,
Resolved, That in this their hour of deep
affliction we tender our most sincere sympathy
to her relatives and friends, and that copies of
these resolutions bo sent to her relatives aud
also be published in the Washington papers.
Alma S. Kepiiabt,)
Moli.ie V. Kosteb, Committee.
Lai ka V. Reid, )
IN MEMORIAM HISS HATTIE OILBCTH CARPENTER.
If silence be not the most appropriate and
eloquent tribute to the dead, aud if iu speech
there be soothing for pain, then on this occasion
it were lit in becoming language to speak of
the life that is written and ended. It were lit
to set forth the womanly graces, the gifts of
mind, the kindness of heart and the deeds of
good which " be in the memory like the coral
islands green andsuiinv amid the melancholy
waste of waters." In deserved terms of eulogy
and praise we speak of the virtues of this our
highly esteemed sister, the first member of the
Alumni taken away by death; and in terms of
loving remembrance and tender regret we speak
of our schoolmate and friend, w ith whom are
associated manv hnjipv recollections, aud whose
memory will be to us a perpetual inspiration;
for our strength in this life isaflon greater from
a single word remembered and cherished than
in arms aud armor.
" Let Fate do her worst; there arc relics of joy,
Bright dreams of the past, which she can not
And which "come in tho night-time of sorrow
To bring back the features that joy used to
Long, long be my heart with sueh memories
Like the vase in which roses have once been
You may break, you may ruin the vase if you
But the scent of the roses will hang round it
And while we knw that we must be content
with only this memory, and that this will ever
be to us a strengthening influence to make us
belter and wiser, and although we acknowledge
ui,u uuu Knew west," tnere ishciii avaiu long
ing for the lost presence a loss for which there
is no Lethe. But
" Let us be patient; these severe afflictions
Not from the ground arise;
But oftentimes divinest )eiiedictions
Assume this durk disguise."
And dear brothers and sisters of the Alumni,
although there is a vacant nlace in our associa
tion, the departed has loft full assurances that
sue uow occupies a place m that grand asso
ciation where there are only eliminations of the
gooti. name liiirutn carpenter died to rise.
Written by Miss Ella Simkins, under the di
rection of the Alumni Association.
James Burnett has gone West.
Preaching at the M. E. Church next Sunday.
'Lige Turnepsecd is a candidate for Supervi-
Prof. M. T. Hyer will teach at Milledgeville
Miss Mary Dunton is visiting relatives at the
Henry Parkison, our champion engineer, has
removed to Jasper.
Abram Taylor will take a course indrian,
Mich., College soon.
Hon. Mills Gardner la our favorite here for
The M. E. and M. P. Sunday schools were re
organized last Sunday.
Rov. N. R. Swift, of Adrian College, preached
at the M. P. Church Sunday.
After an absence of several weeks, W. W,
Merrill has returned to Jasper.
We learn with pleasure that our young friend,
Frank Sever, is contemplating the study of law,
They say I. H. Carman has as fine an assort.
ment oX high-classed poultry as any one in the
f!Prof.A.C. Nisley is one of the most success
fill educators that ever superintended our pub
The programme for West Hall Literary next
Saturday night is uncommonly good. No ad
Prof. T. J. Euans was greeted by a large house
at West Hall, and all appeared delighted with
Dr. J. M. Flood, of Waynesfield, accompanied
by his daughter, Mrs. Deardoff, of Springfield,
were visiting in town last week.
Rev. A. F. Dalbey, of Toledo, Ohio, has been
spending a week at his old home at Jasper. He
filled the M. P. and M. E. pulpits while here,
returning to Toledo on Thursday last.
But very few voters residing in this end of
Jasper township will cast their ballots this
spring, owing to the distance to the polls. Four
teen miles is quite a long distance to go to vote
at a spring election. We must have a precinct
Old teachors, students and friends of Pop-gun
University, alias Kirk School House, are re
quested to be present at said institution on the
first Monday in April, to make prcparations for
a big time in June next, when the world will lie
JEFFERSON VILLI! JOTTISGS.
Farmers are plowing sod.
The "coon-huntcrs" are getting thick around
The prospect for a large yield of wheat is
very projhising. i.
iftfil H., the " Ejfg King," made a flying visit
to Cincinnati lastweek.
If you wantt know all about the robbery,
don't forget to ask Sam. Vance.
Dr. McClellan, late graduate of the Cincinnati
Medical College, has located at Joffersonville.
He fitted up his office last week, and our hope is
tnat nisenorts may iiieet wuii success.
. . i.
The literary exereises at the M. P. Church last
Fridav evening were a perfect success. Also
the concert at tho Universaliat Church Saturday
night, consisting of select reading, essays.
declamations, music, etc., wag very entertain
Messrs. Bcndcl& Roebuck bought and sold
last MondayMnf car-londs of shelled corn, to be
delivered arProvidence, R. I. One day last
week I paid the store of Mr. E. II. Bendel a
friendly visit, and was shown through by his
obliging clerk, Mr. Harry Brubacher, and I
found his stock of dry goods, clothing, hats and
caps, boots and shoes, notions, queen sware and
jewelry to be largo and well selected and those
wishing to lay in their spring goods will do well
to call and see him. . Thomas Bounce.
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Dr. King's new discovery for Con
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Thousands of hopeless cases have
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There is no medicine in the word that
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Warren Fields is prepared to do
Plastering. White-washing, Zincing,
Calsomining and Carpet cleaning, in
a satisfactory manner, at reasonable
prices. Refers to propritors of Music
Hall, Morris Sharp, at the Merchants
and Farmers' Bank, and others for
whom- lie has done work. Leave orders
at the Central Dining Hall, on Fayette
street. Also does Cistern cementing.
For paints, oils, varnishes glasses and
putty at 19tf Brown Bros.
From the Stuubenville Gazette.
IIVIILKMA IX EXTREMIS.
BY MARY BYNON REESE.
Mrs. Reese will bo long remembered by the
temperance people of Washington for her able
address on Sabbath evening, Nov. 30.
Oh, land of the shamrock.' rare gem of the
How lovely the azure that bends o'er thy nod;
Thy rocks, hills and rivers are pictures as per
fect As any e'er touched by the finger of God.
Thy landscapes are poems, thy waters trans
parent As mirrors, reflecting the glories beyond,
Where trees gently sway totlieki.sMof zephyrs,
And. worshiping, bow to each lake-boaowed
Sweet strains from thy harp, floating over the
Have jeweled the ages with mnsic and song;
The fame of thy warriors, thy potts, thy sages,
Is shrined where the- athletes of genius belong.
Flew thy sword from its scabbnrd, thy sons to
the rescue, .
At the cry of the weak and the threatcnings
Thy soldiers have fought and thy heroes have
Opposing the wrong and defending the right.
Thy children, with barely enough forcontent
mejit, Were blithe as the breath at a midsummer
Their pulses as light and their step ever buoy
ant As that of the fawn over hillock and brae.
The echoes of greeting, of mirth Srad of glad
ness, Were frequent as carols 'mong hedges and
While laughter and song and rare sparkles of
Flashed swift to the lip as- the- bird to the
A change, quick as turns all the daylight to
Is turning to curses the blessings of old;
Fades the smile from the lip; the glew from the
The light goctlt out aud the hearthstone grows
Thy glory is vanished, thy beauty in sh.
Thy substance has melted, thy bread is a stone,
The gaunt wolf of hunger is gnawing thy
And changing its song to a death-ending
But thy grief is our grief; the world own thy
Thy suffering is touching true hearts- at the
The kinship of nature, that melts into, oneness
All classes, all peoples, is melting once more.
We are pained with thy pain ; through teaors we
Not for colors, nor parties, nor factions nor
For the Green and the Orange together are
And lost in the measureless depth of thy needs.
The doors of Columbia have always stood pen;
Her arms ever strotched toward, the victims
So we open our hearts, and our hands are out
reaching Tb.hear and to answer the voice of thy prayer.
'Neath Old Glory, the standard of Right and
That floats but to succor, to welcome, to'bless;
Our millions are gathered, to fail nor to falter
Till Erin has furled every flag of distress.
A cor.RESPOXDKXT writing from the
own of Morrow, in Warren Coi, to the
Lebanon Stctro( the 18th inst., says.
The business of tlrving sweet corn is
to "boom" again this season. Dried
corn is retailing readily at ten cents,
and that is sufficient to encourage the
owners of lactones to try it again.
There are eight drying establishments
in tue immediate vicimtv ot Morrow.
and when run to their full capacity em
ployment is furnished to over two hun
dred hands. The laboring, classes re
ceive great benefit from, these factories,
anu ttie wnoie community receives a
corresponding benefit,, as the money
earned reaches the hands of our mer
chants. Factories furnishing eoulov-
ment to laborers and bringing naoney
into the community is what eauses
towns to grow. Besides the drying fac
tories is the canning establishment of
Hayner & Co., about eqtii-distant be
tween Morrow and Deerfield,. along the
Miami Kiver, which, runs-ail the- year.
The Generals ofttbe t,a4War.
The War Department has recently
addressed a circular to all officers who
rose to the rank of general in the Army
during the war. This cireular says":
It has been suggested' as a good idea to
form a collection of photographs of all
general officers commissioned by the
President of the ITnited States during
the eventful period, which, beginning
early in 1861,' terminated- in 1S65, by
the surrender of all the forces of the
late Confederate States. The collection
thus sought to be made it is proposed
to arrange eventually, for preservation
n the archives ot the War Department
n an album, which will exhibit the
leaders of the several brigades devis
ions, army corps, aad armies of the
United States in the great contest for
the supremacy of the Union.
Remeubci, Friends, Remember,
That Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild
Cherry has proven itself to be a posi
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bronchitis and all lung diseases. It has
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doctors bad said there was no hope.
Every one declares that it goes right to
the "right spot," soothing and healing
if by magic all soreness of throat
and lungs. A single dose taken at bed
time will gently warm the blood, cause
refreshing slumber, and by morning an.
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None genuine without signature of;
anford & Park. Large pint bottles,..
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Brown Bros., wholesale agents. 48yl
Kearnevism has been as disastrous; to
business interests in San Francisco as a
commercial panic, and the laboring
classes are among the greatest suffscera.
Men who have capital are afraid to in
vest it. and the result is that l reprove-
nients of all kinds have stoppedand the
machanies thrown outot work. Aot a
few citizens of means have moved away,
nd some have transferred their busi-
css to other cities. There is, perhaps,
ot another government in existence
here a man like Kearney wouiu oe
allowed full sway in his unselii.evQ.iis,
course. Washington St-'
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