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LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1834
Local not! cos pert 'tie..
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i Holiday Excursion C, 51. & T
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CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, j (hat on Saturdays. Mondays and
l IIYSICUVS and SVRC2 EOXSi Tuesdays, December 22d, 24th,
r " ? 25th. 29th and 31, 1SS-3, January
AlMLioalSutseonsforCIIV&TRitlwav' j 1SS tie Q. H. V. & T. Rail-
kiranSo.wcst lXV"rU,tBaVer i way will sell round trip tickets
from any station to any station
on their" line at excursion rates.
Tickets will be pood returning
until January 2d inclusive.
0 H V & T R'y Gen. Passen
ger and Ticket Depot, Columbus,
Ohio. Nov 29 4w
Idto re.Losan. Oliio,
Jiay si, low ly
8. C. deoESTEia ek, 21. s.
CIIAS."W. CABLE, S.D
DKS. deSTEIGEil & CABLE.
Physicians and Surgeons.
Ac at Dr. James Little's, Main street,
eT. H- DYE
fSTSlCIAN AND SURGEON
borBero'Mftfn & Mulberry Streets, tn room
formBrl; occupied by Dr. Piiileu
Jan. 29th. 18SQ-f LOGAN OHIO.
CUildenCe No. KtSoithColumbus St..
X.ncalor. Office, U-stz BuitiUiij:, -North
Colamims street. juuus, ii&z-A
WILLIAMS & BLOSSER,
Oca lmhthe New BaiMinK. first door I mf miles north of Lnjran. 40 acres
. ! . T.- ...Tj KI.ii hi llVl.iH I '
Ol,tfi. i.ri. mi, t.i. -m.cvm. - --- --
Xotice to Persons Deslriugr to Adopt
The children of the Orphan's
Home have beon removed to their
new quarto 8 on the Infirmary
Farm. Persons wanting a boy
or giuLeati-got one by calling on
the Directors or Superintendent of
8. II. Her, Jno. A. S'iaw,
Nov. 29 3w.
Valuable Farm lor Sale.
A farm of 180 acres 0110 and a
IF. W. MOKROE,
Over Rempel'8 Drug Store.
Guarantee all his woik for ten years.
Honrsfrom8tol2and fioia 1 to C. Uci
deuce opposite Catholic Church.
2. V. RANEY,
8arlor -workmnnship, and thn very
fcest of mitorial me J in making rlifloll
toth. FilUncandpr'JUorvinziho natural
taetli a specialty, oni-: corner Main I'.uJ
Jf albery Btreets, over Hocli ester's store,
of timber, 2 acres of vineyard, 3
acres of orchard the rest set in
good grass, a z,"" frame born, 2
houses and all necessary out buildi
ings. plenty f waterjfor house and
stock, the host fire clay on it. I
will se'l all or part.
For terms applv to
Nov. 29 3m Logan, 0.
ATTORNEY AT LAV
Offlca Collins Buildiug, MaiLct Street.
Nor. 1, lSS-ly.
I.I.BITI3U8. JOHN nSE2l.
BURGESS & HANSEN,
AlTeRSEYS - AT - E.ATT
lih.ck, reir of Court
April 1 ly
, Offlo la Dollison
A. H. BROOKE,
ATT0BKEY - AT LAW
AND NOTAKY fUIJLIC.
Will give special attention to collections
jidjoonveyaucing. Alto real estate agents.
S.Offlce in tlit Mitrphv llloclc.jjt
auiyi, lsiif jy
JOHN F. WHITE,
ATTORNEY - a IV J.AW
A-JUJ NOTARY 1'UIILIC
WQ G ffiCDSES FOR SALE.
I will ?ell my two houses on Front
street. E-st of Spring. The houses
are new, being built less than two
years ago. Each contiins 10 rooms
wirJi npcasary out buildings.
The houses will bo sold on rental
or easy paymontG, or for cash, as pur
chaser way des're.
For further particulars apply at
houe or address
Oct ISth 4wk8.
Hiring Out Diamonds.
"Tlmt was an expensive set of jewel
ry," remarked a reporter to the pro
prietor of a large Washington street
store, alluding to a set of diamonds a
oung lady had just taken away with
Iier. . .v
'It i the niot expensive set we have
in the store," was the lcply; "but she
has only hired them."
"Is that a common thing in Boston?"
asked the newspaper mau.
"Most certainly. Many of our custo
mers hire a sj'L of jewt'lry for an eveuino
and for a comparatively small price
excite the envy and jealousy of their
friends. 1 wonder 3011 have never heard
of it before. "We tsike our costliest gems
and reset them to please our cu&tomers,
and then rent them. Of people whom
we know we never require any security,
but a stranger would, of course, have
to deposit the full value of the gems.
There are two of our finest sets at
Swampscott now, where I understand
they have been much praised and their
temporary possessors congratulated.
"A fuuuy thing happened in connec
tion with tliis branch of our business.
There was to be a large german, and a
young lady, well known in this city,
came to make arrangements about a
set of diamonds. I w as not in the store
at the time, and knew nothing of the
matter, so when 1 came in I let out the
same set to another young belle. In
the afternoon Xo. 1 came in and asked
significantly if her diamonds had been
cleaned. While she was talking No. 2
put the same question to me. The sit
uation was very awkward, but I ex
plained the matter, and all was finally
settled in favor of JNb. 1, the young la
dies pledging each other and mo to
eternal secrecy. 4
"I wouldn't have it get out for the
world, you know," explained !sb. 1.
"Another branch of our business . is
to rent silyer bervices. These were very
well paid for. Most of the designs are
antique, and some of them have figured
in many Uoston homes as highly-treasured
heir-looms. At weddings we fre
quently furnish large collections of a
bric-a-brac and other articles to swell
the nnmber of 'gifts,' and make a fine
display. We rarely get much for this,
as the jeweler's name is frequently pub
lished when there is am thing particu
larly beautiful given as a present, and
the advertising compensates us," Boa
T7IT AND HUM0B.
I 5' SEFER FAILS.
People are startled by its
derlul cures. The
. Offlce with B-trnhili &
Jamca Block, Lvgau, O.
Vlckcr, east end
. V. BRIGHT O. V. II. V
BRIGHT & WRIGHT.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Offlce in James Block
July 1st, 1879 tf-
I CARL II. BUERHA'IS,
ATT0R?sEY- AT- LAW,
AND NOTAEY PUBLIC.
Pecds, Wills, Mortgages, Leases, Contract
tad all writings dreliu:y prepared.
Special attention given to collections.
UtTLca in the Uou. -louse July J-'v
for Coughs, Consumption and Lung
diseases is daily curing thousands of
this terrib'e disease lias caused aU
who liavo tested its meiits to pro
nounce it a never failing remedy.
Speedy in affording re'ief, effectual
in arresting furl her progress of di
seases. Try it and be convinced.
Forsa'eby F. Haninglon.
2STov.8 1883 3m
The best on earth can truly be
eaid o Griggs1 Glycerine Salve,
whi hi h sure cure for cuts, bruis
ses, s. Us, burns, wounds and all
other sores. Wi positively cure
piles, tetter and all skin eruptions
Satisfaction guaranteed or monej
refunded Only 25 cents. For sale
by B. C. Reber"& Co.
Feb. 15831 vr
Z A. TUSSING.
W. A. DOXAI.UJO
TUSSING & DONALDSON,
AYTOSIIVEY.S AT L.ACT
NEW" LEXINGTON, OHIO
Promptatteatiou given to all legal buci
aass. -f June 1-Jy
l. d. tickers,
Attorney - at - law,
Office In James Block east end, over
Sinhop, Eigjlui & Cuinley's Hanir.re
tore. may 18 ly
GEORGE W. BRELM,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offiee In City Building.
yiRST BAKK OF LOGAN
"' LOGA2sT, OHIO.
Cash Capital. $50,000.
. . J. WALKER, President
Q: E. Bowen, Cashier.
'Boagener.il banking business, receives
daposila; discounts miner. and buvs and
eiisexcuanse. liauK in
the Jumes block.
cesiter loom of
THE' PEOPLE'S BANK.
-Cash Capital, - -
VThywill you cough wheu Shj!oh's
cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cis 50 cts and 1 dollar to be had at
HI C kebers and Co.
Stiiloli's catarrh remedy, a positive
cure for catarrn, diplheria, and canker
mouth at B. C. Rebers and Co.
''Ur.ckmetnck." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Prico 2." and 50 cents
at li. U. Reber's and Co.
Shiloh's cure will immediately relieve
croup, whoopinp cough and bronckitis
sold at B. C. Rcber and Co.
For dyspepsia and liver complaint;
you have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer- It never
fails to cure. Sold by B. C. Iteber and
A nasal injector free with each hot
tie of Shiloh's catarrh remedy. Price
50 cents at Rebel's drug store.
May 10th, 1883 1 year-
Shiloh's cough and consumption cure
is sold by us ona guarantee. It cares
consumption. Sold by B. C. Reber and
Shiloh's vitalizer is what yon need
for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi
ness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by B. C. Reber and Co.
SUepIesR nights; made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh's. cure is
the remedy for you. For sale at Reber's
Catarrh cured, health ard sweet
breath secured by Shiloh'B catarrh
remedy. Price 50 cents, nasal injector
free. For sale at B. C. Reber and Co
For lame back, side or chest use Shi
loh's Porons Plaster. Price 25 cents,
r.f B. C. Beber and Co.
Croup, whooping cougli and-Bronchitis
immediately relieved by Shiloh's
Cure, sold by B. C. Rebel and Co-
A stitch in time must make the old
chap feel sew-ew.
Politicians go up the ladder of fiime
by the rounds of drinks.
There's much talk about fisherman's
lies, but how can a man catch fish prop
erly without liue?
It has been rumored that a large
amount of fre-h jokes Averc found
canned up in the hold of Noah's Ark.
Matches are now so cheap that the
ian who borrows your pipe and to
bacco would t-oorn to ask ou for a
The difi'erenco between a besotted
man and a pig U n flight one at best.
One's a hunting jjrog and the other s a
grunting hog. Pittsburg Telegraph.
' Mr. Fitzgerald, .of Xew York, has
won the championship by skinning ten
lambs in thirty-three minutes, and
thinks of challenging .la Gould.
They say that figures won't lie, but
one i inclined to doubt the old saw
w-l"a he looks upon the Jigure.of afash
A PhilEuelphia tailor advertises "Im
ported English Clothing." And the
pity of it l..L is not obliged to import
-linglish dudes to wear it.
When a poet prepares a long-winded
poem, does he measure it by the gas
meter? That would be a good way to
get in the "words that burn." The
There are sea captains who profess
to believe th:.t sharks will not touch &
human being, but when asked to give a
poor shark a chance they retire on
their dignity. Detroit Free Press.
The baggage-agents of the United
Staies have just held their annual con
vention, but the report that they all
went on a big trunk a regular Sara
toga, as it were should be cheeked.
Tho Italian Soldier.
The Italian soldier, as a rule, is short
and square-built, aud his general api
pearance conveys the impression of a
not over-robust physiquo. But sec him
marching, and it soon becomes appar
ent that ho possesses more stamina
than one would havo given him credit
for. lfow unmurmuringly he trudges
for hours at a time along :i dusty road
under a hot sun with his heavy knap
sack on his back, and his rillo slung
across his shoulder. And our surprise
is increased when wo find what meager
rations he has to sustain him under all
his toil. His chief meal consists of a
soup made with lard, meat, and mac
choroni, or some other kind of paste.
His mess is prepared in large caldrons,
round which at a given signal the men
gather each with a tin can, into which
is poured a not very abundant supply
of soup and an almost invisible lump
of meat. In settiiir out nn a lnmr
march tho soldier drinks the soup anil
keeps the meat to eat on the road. Be
sides this he gels coffeo without milk
n the morning and about 'two pound
of bread to last him throughout 'the
day. A tumbler of wine is serrcd out
to him on an average every third or
fourth day in the year. If his food is
Spartan in its simplicity, his dress is
equally exempt from the charge of lux
ury. A loose coat of coarse grayish
blue cloth covers the infantiy soldier
from neck tp knee. His trousers are of
the' same material, but when march
ing, the latter are exchanged for can
vas trousers, and when working: in
camp a canvas tunic -is donned instead
of the .coat His headgear is a kepi
very like that in use in the French
army. The uniform of tho Bersagliera
is somewhat more "expressed in
fancy." This army consists of picked
men; indeed, onty strong fallows could
march at the rapid pace they are
trained to. Otherwise their drill is
much the same as that of the ordinary
regiments. Thej' wear a black tunic
with red facings, and a black broad
brimmed hat with a bunch of green
feathers stuck at ono side. They ars
armed, like the infantry, with Wetterly
rules. Cor. London Daily News.
Kamc of Pensioner
P. O. Address. Cause for which pension M
"All .things come to him who waits,"
sadly remarked a tramp as he dodged a
brickbat and shuffled over the fence
jubt in time to escape the eager jaws of
a blear-eyed bulldog.
The hotel-waiter's costume still re
mains the standard for an American
man's full dress. To prevent mistakes
at parties, however, the waiter is di
rected to carry a towel on his arm in
stead of a 3'oung lady.
"Do you ever gamble?' she asked, as
they sal together, her hand held in his.
He replied', "No; but if I wanted to'
now would be my time." "How so?"
"Because 1 hold a beautiful hand." The
engagement is announced.
A Maryland man has secured a di
vorce from his wife because she wouldn't"
let him rea'd the Bible. At the same
time, it can hardly be defended as a
divorce an "Scriptural grounds."
Ralph Waldo Emerson said: "All
healthy things are sweet-tempered."
W(3 difler with Ralph. Now, we know
a perfectly healthy red-headed' woman
who is well, she just is, and no mis-:
take about it. Texas Siflings.
The window in a dentist's office came
down and caught a cat by the tail while
he was out, and fourteen people who
would have waited for his return, on
going up-stairs and hearing the cat's
voice decided to go home and stand tho
pain of the toothache.
"When I married Georgiana," said
Frank, "my folks told me 1 was foolish
to marry a girl who didn't know how to"
handle a rolling-pin. Lord, how they
misjudged her! Do you see that lump'
IU I in C!.. J! I jl A ?j i
liver complaint.? Shiloh's vitalizer is X?J?L n.T i , ' & nU'
& 1 4VOiV( 4. ISOW
Will yon snffcr with dyspepsia and
s vitalizer if
Sold by B. C,
Individual liability of stock holders 5100 003
L. A..CU.LVEU, President.
A D HOUSTON, Cashier.
Does a general banking business Office;
. Jtootn.No 5, Opera House, Nov 1. 8-J-ly
B. C McMANIGLE,
Carlisle's Old Stand, Opposite the Court
Staple and Fancy Groceries
tPays the Highest Price for Aj-
euaranteea to cure you.
Eeber and Co.
That hacking congh can be so qnick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. We guaran
tee it- Sold by B. C. Reber and Co.
Are you made-miserable by indiges
tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of
appetite, yellow skin? . Shiloh's Vita
lizer is a positive cure. Sold by B. C.
Reber and Co.
The Rev. Ge'orge H. Thayer, ol Bour
boa. Ind-, says: "both my wife and I
07,'e oar lives to Shiloh's consumption
xmre." For sale at Reber's drug-store-
Occupies a Room in the
He keeps a .-elected stock of ready made
Hoots and hhoe-.
Custom Work a Tpecialty.
Boots and'Shoes raide to order in thebet
of style and at reasonable prices. Repair
ing done promplly. Call and see me.
March 22, 1SS3-1J-.
slop that Cough.
If you are suffering with a Cough
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, llay Fever,
Consumpliixr, loss of voice, tickling in
thethroat,or any affection of iheThroat
or Lungs, use Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption. This is the great
remedy that is causing so much excite
ment by its wonderful cures, curing
thousands of hopeless cases- Overont
million bottles of Dr. King's New Dis
covery have been used within the last
year, and have given perfect satisfac
tion in every instance. We can unhes
itatingly say that this is really the only
sure cure for throat and lung affections
and can cheerfully recommend it to all
Call and get a trial bottle free .of cost,
aor regular size for $1-00. For sale by
F. HARRINGTON, Druggist, Logan O
"Does your mind never Jwell upon
the awful certainty of death?" asked
the clergyman of Flattery. "Well,"
not very numerously," responded ho;
"it's the nwlul uncertainty of how to
get a living that troubles me." Boston
Cajeb Stockwcll. of London, Ont.,
was exceedingly surprised the other
mornimr, when Mrs. Stockwell pre
sented "him with two sons and two
daughters, all new. Subsequently,
when Risked what he'd got, ho sorrow
fully said: "Only two smali pajr."
A Pisleriaaa's Soliloquy.
"Singular," mused an old Delaware
fisherman as he sat picking bonea out
of himself like pin feathers after diii.
ner; "singular, a shad has
! t IT .""'
Dones an a snauner nam t got nary a
one. I kain't understand no sich o'
grammer like that, no how. Marthy
Ann, whur's them thar nets you 'lowoi
ye'd done got mended aforo turn o' tho
tide?" And as the cares of life surged
over his soul once mpro all contempla
tion of the normal .atructuro passed
from his busy mind, oven as an ephem
eral joke that flutters faintly to the
ground at the Coueord Summer School
"What does 'lux' mean""- asked
Brown. " Lux' means light," replied
Smith. "That's what I thought," .said
Brown, "but 1 wasn't certain. I know,
know my luck's always light.' however."
"Why do the oarsmen claim a fowl
so often, Mr;Spiccr?" said Miss Sugar?
lips, who was-reading an account of a
boat race: "I suppose they get chicken-hearted
and feather theif oars," said
Seth, as ho scratched his own skull
A Clark County liar has been award
ed the surcingle. He tells of a winter
so severe that the springs in men's
watches were all frozen. Wo know a
man who has such a cold-looking eje
that it ouco froze a cataract that ap
peared on his eyeball.
A Philadelphia dentist makes you a
set of store teeth and lets you take
them home on a ten days' trial. It's
an ungrateful customer" that will go
baek on his own teeth. How mean
that would he. "How childer than a
serpent's sharp it is to have a toothless
thank." Burlington Hawkeyc.
A Southerner has invented a machine
that rolls out several thousand cigar
ettes per rninite.. There is only one
improvement we can ojggest, and that
is a mechanical attachment that will
smoke the cigarettes as fast as they are
rolled out. buch a contrivance would
preserve the health of "our boys."
The most anonymous writer known
to the press -is tho ono who signs him
self "More Anon." It has been dis
covered that "Many Voters" is a poor
little tailor who has net cr been natur
alized. "Truth" is generally a liar.
The writings of "History" are rull cf
romance. "Justice" wants to crush
everybody'who does not think as he
docs. 2ew Orleans Picayune.
The rural druggist is now howling
and dancing around his shop in an ec
stacy of despair, because he has such a
lot of fly-paper left on his hands to
carry over. But he hopes to make up
on the arnica he will soil to members of
the locftl lacrosse club. In the lingo of
the bardlet, there is no lacrosse club,
however watched anil tended, but some
barked shrub is there.
"Hans, win don't yon got married?
You are too particular. Just go out,
shut your eyes, and put your hands on
the first girl yon meet, and marry her."
"Mqin Gott, vot you dakes me tor? If
I shoots mine eyes dot vay, I vould
shoost as like as not fall ofer some tarn
ash-parril in de shtreer, und den some-
pody vould gry owid I vas dlirunk
veil, I don't vant to marry some bolico
man's mine.frent." The Judge.
A Brooklyn maiden lady, whose an
tipathy to the sterner sex has never ac
knowledged the soothing influence of
tho hand of time, aroused the curiosity
of her feliow boarders at.a farm-house
last summer by uniformly declining to
eat chicken. One of them ventured to
ask an explanation of the singular fact,
and received the following answer;
"Because I understand that the farmer
who supplies our table keeps his hens
for the sake of the eggs, and kills only
tho roosters." Brooklyn Eagle.
"Hercy'aro, now; two packages, for
10 cents!" yelled a seedy-looking en
velope peddler in Grand Street. "Here
y'are, this way; two packages for five
cents!" howled another envcloie ped
dler, almost crowding his fellow-merchant
off the sidewalk. Women out
shopping noted the difference in prices,
and soon bought out the two-for-five-
cent man. Then both peddlers drifted
around tho corner, and the ono whe
had sold no envelopes divided his stock
with the other,, remarking, with a
chuckle; "It works boss, pard, don't
it?" N. . Sun.
A witness in a "moonshine" caso,
tried in Louisville on Tuesday last, told
how the whisky trade is carried on
down on Green river: "I wanted a few
gallons, and went to Davis and told
him how much I wanted." "Did Davis
let you have the whisky?" the prosecu
tor inquired. "Oh, no," the witness
replied. ; -"Did you take it away from
the still yourself?" "No, indeed."
"Well, how did you get it?" 'Twent
away -and returned in about an hour,
and found tho liquor in a tree-top."
"Who put it there?" "Can't say."
Hall, Zenas A
Williams, Luther.. ..
H one, Mary A.....,...
"Woolcvar, John. .;....,
Vorhecs, Thomas Il.
U corse, Junius-
Morl.ni, Jacob S
Hat ton, Abraham
Sweet, George W
Whiicratt, Dvid B..
Vj m Jllorn . Job l
Smart, Isabel lo
Slateser, James K
Spurgeon , iteuben
Davis, Henry .
Starr, aarnli T
Miller, George M
Matheney, James C.........,
Davis, Amnzifih.. ...............
Tatton, Phebe 3
SwacLhaminer, Mary A..,
Beld, Mutild.1 ,
West, Hujjli H". ..,
Martin. Alexander- ,
Stump, Jaineb H
Con nett, Mutilda ...
Floyd, Thaddeua S
Fuller, William H
Bowlby, Eliza .".
Thompson, Catharine ..
Kicketu, Francis A ...
Kodman, Samuel J....."T....n
Ki7.Hr, John J
Guess, Jason -
Strenz, John W
Stultz, Harvey .
Jones. Wm H
Jones, John W.
lies. George W
Stedem, John B
Baker, Thoinni E
Brown. Thomas J-
Nutier, Thomas 8
Clowe, Cra veil W
Derr. Thomas J
Collins, Ann E
Davis, Mary. .
Weltz. Mary A
Chester, Sir.ili ,
Stcw:2l, Eliza Uj-!?...:?-.
Willliuus. William G
Welty, Abraham C
HuHbrd, Nichodemus D
Il.iwken, bhzubeth ......
McAithur, Bryon- .,
Can el, Lcbbens
Clark, William M
Brewer, Amns P
McGinnKs. William S
Hills, illiam II
Beougber, William D
Ci upper, Elislia
Woltz, Peter L
Wooden, Jeremiah -...
Mi'Uiooin, Emily E-
Ttjtncr, Charles -
Lii;;lity. John W
StoUely, Rums P
Cooper, J o"ephus...............
WoUe.John C ,
Floyd. George o.
Friend, John L.
Cave, Bnj E
Davis, Robert T
Woodward, Chas L ..-
Mauk, Samuel S
Sleiah, Henry C
Buck, Alfred H
Mowrey, Emily T ..
Lee, Sarah j
Thompson, James W.....
Washburn, Eliia ,
Bnckincham, Wm D
Ho wdysholl, Samuel B.
Adcock, Henry S
, Cedar Grove
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g. s. w. 1. leg 1 00
wd. r. t.k resultingatrophyut I. it t.S 00
injury to abdomen 8 00
g. s. w. of right arm 2 00
wd. right shoulder 2 00
rheumatism. -. - 2 00
widow - 8 00
paralysis left sii'o. arm and leg.........24 00
widow -. -. 8 00
g. s.w. right tondo achlilia -too
disease of lungs 6 00
Widow S 00
do 3 00
wound right thigh 12 00
do .!!. !. G CO
chronic rheumatism C 00
widow - 8 00
- chronic rheumatism 1 oO
wound left thigh -4 00
wound leftloz imnlicating knoe 14 00
loss left thumb .'. 2 00
. -A. . CO
c ..... .. ..1.0.7D
, .8 00
6 w "
chro nic diarrhea...,
pirviVui of iala
ft a..W. of heaV...
shell wd. ofr. hip and dls.of lungs-,8 00
widow ."i. li 00
dls, of eyes A result'g tot'l blindness Tl 00
wd. left arm 4 0
wd. right leg 6 00
loss thumb &. Index finger r. hand 8 00
disease of heart 5 00
loss of right arm above elbow 24 00
widow. S 00
widow 1112 8 00
chronic diarrhea 4 00
g.. vr. of right 1. and t.A 1. forearm...6 00
g. s. w. both shoulders-..
Injury left foot
vcricose veins left leg
do , ,
Widow 1812 -
wound left shoulder
widow , ".
1 do :
wound right-thigh .'..' ..
wouud left arm
chronic rheumatism ............
wouud left shoulder aud arm...
Injury leftside ami back
wound right bieast and effects
widow T .
do .'..". ......
do , ...
do . .
Injury left shoulder and arm
"Buttle of (he BSooJis.''
The "Literary Revolution''
which caused such a sensation a
few years ago, and which' was sup
posed to have beeu thoroughly over
thrown and done for, 8teni3 to be
"ablaze'' again, and more flourish
ing than ever. Its "larj-e cata
logue, free" aud "books sent to any
one to be paid for after receipt and
examination, ovidence of good faith
being given," are now being ad
vertised m thousands of papers,
and it opens one's eyes to sec the
books offered this time thoroughly
beautiful typography and the be3t of
paper, press work and binding, in
stead of small type and cheap work,
as formerly. And one mus- ack
nowledge that they aro indeed,
''the lowest prices ever known."
Xllo-e a, few samples, the hooka
oemg always unabridged, aud m
Tennyson's Enoch Arden, 2 cts.
Burn's Coder's Saturday Night,
Caesar's Commentaries, Cicero's
Orations, and numerous other ''An
cient Classics for English Readers,"
reduced from $1 to as low a3 12 cts
Bacon's Essays, 15 cents to 25
Dora's Famous' Bible Gallerv,
Jrving's Sketch Book, 20 cents to
ulcer on right foot
K. s. w. pver Jeft eye
wou,ud right shoulder ....
wound lest hip -..
wound over Iaft and dii.
cont'd w. r. shoul. res. stifl. of shpul 2 CO
g.u. w.both Kneea- .'. 4 00
loss right thumb and index finger 6 00
....- 8 00
rectum. ...12 00
... S 00
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tinguished by the fullness of its
cable dispatches. The new trans
atlantic telegraph cables will in
The Farm Department
.of the Weekly Ilerald is practi
cal. It goes to the point, and dqes
not.give wild theories. The far
mer will save many more than
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Tub Home '
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General Grant Scverly Dart.
New York. Dee. 27 General
. cattle, crops, trees, building, Gxav.t on leaving home to-day.
suing, poultry and agnctiltu-' ,. , ., . , ,, -
ppnnnmv supped upon the ico and fell, re
ceiving a severe shock and se
riously injuring his thigh. Fred-.
chiLdren in regard to economical. erick Grant, his son, says he hail
and tasteful new dishes, fashions seen the surnoons who attended
and the making of home com- jVis fa,i;er bt they were unablo
forts. In addition are given latest t , , - , .. ,T - -reports
of trade and to l-e7-e--e ther the injury
l-ce Markets, was jserons. They said how-
the condition of money, columns e,ver' ,--lat l ie Imib .Dld bepar"
..S. Bloomingrllle widow
wound right hand
injuy to abdomen...,
wound right thigh
S.s. w. of left thigh
lease of lungs -
wouud left leg and right thigh...
shall wouud right hand
lujury to head
wound right foot
g. s. w. of neck
g. s. w. right shoulder .'.
g. si w. right arm
wound right leg
chronic diarr. t dls. ab J. vise
wound Ieit hip -
injury to abdomen
g. s. w. right bieast
Wonnd rlht thigh
Jo - -
g.R. w. both logs
wound right foot
wouud left shoulder and chest
g. s. w. right arm
wound or back and usotc
wound left leg
wound right hand
wound 1. shonlder and thorax
wound right hand
disease of lungs and liver, Ac
disease of lungs
disease of right leg
wd. left arm and shoulder
injury left leg, Ac
injury to abdomen
fracture of lefthumsrns
wd. right hand k foot
.. J&utfa Perry
disease of abdomen, tc
wound ol loft thigh, Ac
wound or forearm and month.
g. s. w.ot face
disease of heart
chr. rheum- and dls. of heart
loss left leg
Injury to breast and stomach
g. b. W. left shoulder
injury to abdomen
injury to abdomen
g. s. w. riuht-thigh
loss right leg
wound left thigh
amp. left thigh
wound left shoulder
wound right leg
wouud right leg
wound of spine
wound right hip
wouud elt forearm
.. ...:,.8 00
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volumes, L 00.
Ancient Egvpt under the Phar-1
oahs, reduced from $15 to $1.25.
Scott's Waverly Novels, reduced
! rf" ,i.,..nnllnnnAn.. l-nnf,.rw Iv
trv, a Complete Story every week
Jokes and Anecdotes, Sporting!
the doings of well known persons i
of the world, a department de-'
alyzed for the time being.
The New Yori Herald says of
the Republican party: "The Re
publican party has lost the ini
tative. It has been too long in
nowsr. and has cpnssd to serve
,. . i " ----- -x "-"- I- --
trom wu to .ju. voted to bermons and Keligious the people- Its alliance Is with-
George Eliot's Workg, reduced l"1;, ... capitalists and monopolists; its
from $19 to 71 " "lie the Weekly Herald gives' . , , X ,
trom$i-to?d,,5 i tI late3t aml be!t 2eW80f thefnendS are no longer the people,
And a wholq hos,. of the great. y0ri,i, it is also a journal for the , but a few rich men who have fat
poets of the world, ranging from 40 i Family. . tened on the privileges it has
Subscribe one dollar, at any1 granted them, and who hunger
time for a full year. PostagaV' , jf
i :i l w v- ,
did von p:iv for it?" 4Don't
AH I know is that I got my
x tyumen in the 'Water.
Fragile .vr.oman, so often considered
as a mere plaything for a man, has
more than onee both astonished man
and humiliatnl him by her exploits of
endurance in."trii water. It is the fact,
however, that woman can lloat more
easily in th" water than a man, beeauso
she has the advantage over him in hav
ing smalier bones in proportion to her
total weight than a man has, and lias
also a larger proportionate amount" in
herbo'juy'of adipoc matter, which is
lighter a water, than man has.' But
neyerfhdf esSj for a fragile vessel she
has perormed feats on the frisky wave
more marvelous even than pilose ac
complished by her male rival, and has
dorrs i-'heai far more gracefulh'for it is
an undeniable fact that though women
can ijyt zvalk as gracefully as men, she
excel, hun in her grace pi movement
in tie v?ter, and becomes" ifits cm
bracl i: fair a nvmph indeed as evor
floatiH iS the mv.-dic -"raftr"i'of Greek
The Ohio Agricultural
In older to inake the Station
as widely useful as possible, the
Board of Control at the time of
its establishment earnestly invi
ted the co-operation of tlie peo
ple and press of the Stale.
Due notice was given that all
communication on topics relating
to Agriculture and Horticulture
would be fairly considered, and
as far as possible promptly an
swered. It was also publicly stated that
any citizen of Ohio interested in
the object and work of the Sta
tion had the right to apply to it
for any information that could be
In responso to" this general an
nouncement hundreds of letters
of inquiry have been received.
Many of these could be satisfac
tory answered ; others could
To add to (he efficiency of the
Station and ,to make this de
partment of its wcrk mora valua
ble, it has been thought advisa
able to send out a series of cir
culars, asking for definite infor
mation on various subjects from
A collection of facts based on
the personal Experiences and ob
servations of many, if properly
classified, and published, can
scarcely fail to be of great benefit
In accordance with this plan,
"circulars 1' and "2" have been
prepared and are now being dis
tributed. The former calls for facts re
garding injurious insects, and the
latter asks for information con
cerning troublesome weeds.
It is hoped" that these circulars
will receive the attention that the
importance of the subjects merit.
If they are generally answered,
others relatim: to varieties of
grain, fruit and vegetables, diff
erent methods of seeding, culti
vation and harvesting, the feed
ing, breeding and management
of stock, etc. will be sent out.
If you feel a friendly interest in
the work of the Experiment sta
tion, will you not take the trou
ble to fill out the enclosed blanks
as lar aa you are awe. ana
promptly return them? We need
all the facts we can gather about
these subjects right away, and
will try to use them .so that each
one shall be amplj repaid f r his
W. E. Lazenbj', Director,
and 50 cents upwards; also plenty
of other books equally interesting
and astonishing to the old-time
book buyers. The books are sold
only to buyers direct, and not
through booksellers. Those who
would be inclined to believe such
claims fabulous, are confronted with
the ''privilege of examination be
foro payment.'' and the witness of
one's own neighbors on every hand
who have already received their
books, it is certainly worth a pos
tal card to get the "catalog':e free-''
For that, Address John H. Allien.
Publisher, 18 Vcsey St., N. Y.
Witi Pen and Pencil.
'No, sir; I don't believe newspa
per men are more dissipated than
anj other class of men who earn
their living by their brains," said
Mr. A. H. Siegfried, Manager of
the Advertising Department of
the St Paul Pioneer-Press. Still,
those of, them who do desk-work
are tempted to stimulate; for it's
very hard on the nerves and sto
mach." "As for example !'
"As for example, in my own
case, I stuck to my desk on this
paper until my nerves, were like
a bunch" of telegraph wires after
a gale, and my stomach kept
apout as good time as a two dol
lar watch. My friends suggested
this and the doctors advised that,
but one day I 'caught on' to an
'ad' of Parker's Tonic, and tried
it. I have never endorsed a
proprietary medicine before, but
1 sliau depart from my rule and
and say tha' the Tonic is not
merely the best thing but the
only thing that breaks up these
attacks. All desk workers should
make a note of it."
This preparation, which has
been known as Parker's Ginger
Tonic, will hereafter be adver
tised and sold simply under the
name of Parker's Tonic. As un
principled dealers are constantly
deceiving their customers by sub
stituting inferior article.- under
the name of ginger, and as ginger
is really an unimportant ingre
dient, we drop the misleading
There is no change, however.
in the preparation .itself, and all
bottles remaining iii the hands of
dealers, wrapped under the name
of Parker's Ginger Tonic, contain
the genuine medicine if the fac
simile signature of Hiscox&Co.,
is at the bottom' of outside wrap
per. Jan 3rd, 1884 wks.
free to any part of the United
States or Canadas.
The Herald has in the pa's.
fF" The New York Herald in ! done stalwart service for the Re
ft Weekly Form, $i a Year.
NW YORK HERALD,
Broadway fc Ann St
Nearer To Nature.
Nature has made her laws with'
publican party, but finally it has.
got enough, and now acknowl-j
edges that it has been too long in
power. Newark Advocate.
Sabin, the Naw National Eep.
Com. Chairman, having made his
ti3, which we must, obev or suffer ortune through I he-working of at
for the penalty J his penalty is of
ten luf'iror Miroat troub e, which
leads on to consumption. Every
mau hcl eves consumption inura
ble. Peop'e huve been educated to
tin belief which h proven incorrect
by Dr. Bigelow'a Positive Cure,
which is nature's great helpmate,
high rotectivo mid proserintive
tari'l. can be relitd upmi to sustain
stnh a tariff when the opportunity"
to Jiid-e Seney as an excellent
and it cures consumption and all compromise candidate" for -Sen-
throat and luug diseases speedily ator.
Juno 21, 1883.
Trial bottle free,
THE TKOE TEST.
If a man is hungry within
The Lima Democrat: thinhs nc
better mam) than Hon. A. D.
Marsh could-LeseIected for tl o
uour more or less auer a me.niieis; . -p.n4- c".Aij's
a dyspeptic, it shows his stomach is! 1-lllo!' fcuLXS.
not able to dispose of what ho has' Those two words have a vast
eaten, but to eat again, and thus ira-J meaning when fully comprehended.
Sise more work, is absurdity. Take' A perfect success can be truthfullyi
r. Jones' Red Uiover Tonic which applied to-Dr. Jones' Red Clover
cures dyspepsia, and all stomach, Ionic, whicb cures dyspepsia bilious
liver, kidney and bladder troubles.
It is a perfect tonic, appetizer, biood
purifier, a sure cure for ague afl
malaria diseases. Prjcc 50 cents, of
Reber fc Co.
A Life-saying Present.
Mr.M. E, Allison. Hutchinson,
Kan., saved his life by a simple
Trial Bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, for Consumption, which
caused him to procure a large bot
tle, that completely cured him, when
Doctors, change of climate, and
overythingelee had failed. Asthma.
Bronchitis, Hoarscne33, Severe
Coughs, and all Throat, and Lung
diseases, it is guaranteed to cure.
Trial Bottles free at F. Harrington's
Drug Store. Large size. $1. 00.
Feb. 15, lyr.
Philadelphia has night-schools
for workingwomon in which "the
studies are divided, as follows:
Those which every woman needs
for herself, such as reading, wri
ting and arithmetic, physiology
and hygiene sewing, culling and
fitting; those which contribute to
the enjoyment of her leisure, such
as French, German, history and
literature; and such as contribute
to her power of improving her
homelife viz:- cooking, reading
aloud, and singing.. The teach
ers are competent volunteers.
Every movement of Republi
cans in Congress and their
promptors outside, is to spend
money and increase the appro
priations. Senator Logan wants
the Government.to give millions
to the public schools. Senator
Ingalls wants to increase the
pension charge. TJio President
wants an expensive system of
coast defenses undertaken. Gov.
Hamilton, of Illinois, wants to
construct canals and give money
bounties to all soldiers whether
they were disabled or not. Any
thing and evei. thing to make an
excuse for heav taxation.
i. WIDE AWAKE DKUUGIST.
Mr. F. Harrington is always wide
awake in his business, and spares no
pains to secure the best of every ar
ticle in his line. He has secured the
agency for the celebrated Dr. King's
New Discovery for. Consumption.
The only certain cure known for
Consumption, Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Astlima, llay Fever,
Bronchitjs, or any affection of the
Throat and Lungs. Spld on a posi
tive guarantee. Wiil give you a
Trial Bottle free. Regular size 81.
Mch 22,18831 year.
For Sale, At a Bargain.
A well improved farm, of fifty
acres, 2 miles West of Lancas-.
ter. O.on the Zanesville and
Maysville pike road; well water
ed;"'n?,w buildings; possession giv
en immediately if desired; for
further particulars call on the
undersigned, 5. miles northwes
of Lancaster, or address
J. R. BRANDT.
We deire Laboring-men out cf
employment to remember that,
the Republican High Protective
Tariff which was to furnish them
good wages and steady employ
ment, according to Republican
liars, is still in operation. The
effects of the Tariff were to en
rich the manufacturers at tho
expense of the people, and enable
aristocrats to live in luxury and
ease, while those from whose
blood and bone and muscle, capi
talists made money, were in pen
ury and want ! That is the elfect
of the Republican High Protec
tive TarifT.andLaboring men now
see it, as they never saw it be
fore I Jackson Herald,
ness, costivene33. all diseases of the
kidneys, liver and bladder. It is a
perfect tonic and blood purifier; it
keeps the skin clear and bright,,
drives away pimples end makes the:
generaf health excellent. Priee 50
cents, at Reber & Ca
Karen 1 lvr
Of all classes of people the pro
fessional grave rubbers arc the
most despised. He irbb us of our-"
dear friends for a few dollars. Ecw
different is this new grave robber.
Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, whiclr
robs graves of thousands of con
sumptives. This unequaled veined
for coughs, colds and consumption
whooping- cough, croup and all
throat and lung diseases, subdues,
and conquers these troubles speedily
safely and thoroughly. Trial bot
tles free, of B. O. Reber & Co.
April 19th, 18831 yr.
AN ANSWES WANTED.
Canary one bring us a case-of:
Kidney or Liver Complaint that
Eclectric Bitters will not cure ?
We say they can not, as thousands
of cases already permanently cured
and who are daily recommending
Eclcctric Bitters, will prove.;
Bright's disease, Diabetes, Weak:
Back, or an urinary Disease quick
ly cured. They purify the blood,
regulate the bowels and act directly
on the dise-ised parts. Every hot-,
tie guaranteed. I'or sale at 50. cents
by F. Harrington. Alarch 2, 12
8J 1 yr.
Tbou5nuts Say So.
Mr. T W. Ati:is Girard-. Kan ,
writes."" "I never hesitate to recom
mend your Llectric Bitters to my
customers, they give entire s tis
faction :ud.are rapid sellers."' Elec
tric Bitters are the purest and bes
medicine known and wi I positively
cure Kidney and Liver cunip'ahits..
Purify the b!ood and- regulate the
bowels. No fami'ycan afford to bo
without 'hem. They will save hun
dteds of doihus in doctor's bills ev
e j year. Sold at fifty cents, by P.
April 10th, 18SC 1 year.
Sing, OS .";-?. thai Song
cm vou, wiscn you coi.gn ai
every breath ? Why. get a bottle
of Dr. Bigelow's Positive Cure, and,
you will be answered. It cures
coughs colds, c iniimpt?oii v'
whooping cough, and all diseases of
the lungs, and it will cost you noth-
ing to test it, if you ctIl utB. O.
Reber's drug .-tire. - ,.
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