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Styles in Idoii'a Apparel.
A few of th bolder manufacturers
nave endeavored to foist certain rich,
tiark colors upon Iho market, with a
View to ha-rin them mlopted for dress
Hints, displacing thereby, the comber,
orthodox black: bat it is bclioved that
the good taste of the class accustomed
to wear full evening dress will nip tins
attempt in the bud, prompted as it is
by the fact that there is less money in
the black than in the deep wine colors.
The lapels of the dress coat are to bo
made smaller this year than last, and
'trill be fashioned to roll somewhat
higher than heretofore, the curve or
scoop commencing t the third button.
" tThc sleeves will fit a trifle more closolv
to the arm, and the skirt, if changed ut
H, will be slightly lengthened Silk
facings, either m full or extending only
to the buttonholes, are still fashionable,
the material used being a fine rep cord
ed silk. Black satin is in bad taste.
The dress vest is cut hh three buttons,
and "scooped" so deftly as to make a
wide shirt "bosom a necessity. It is fin
ished round the edge with a double row
of gimp. The trousers are cut
straight, made to fit the legsnusjlv. and
are finished with silk braidon tfie" outer
The Prince Albert coat for fall and
winter use will, of course, be still of
dark material, blue and blaek being the
favorite colors. The coat is made to lit
tlie figure closely. The vest is of the
earco material and buttons to a point
just under the top button cf the coat.
Great latitude is allowed in the selec
tion of materials for the trousers,
lEough a dark or light grav mixture
and a very line black and white check
are in the greatest demand. Striped
. goods will tie worn, though not as
much as formerly. The cutaway coat
is made almost precisely the same as
There is a very handsome frock coat,
entirely new this season, that will look
well with almost any style of trouser
pattern. It is made double-breasted,
with either three or four basket buttons,
and is bound with sewing silk army
braid, laid on Hat. This garment is
very appropriate for walking, and is
said to be well adapted for elderly eren-
tlemen. It is made of an Oxford mixed
Overcoats will this season bo worn
double-breasted. There is but slight
difference in the length, the change, if
any, being one of increase. The ten
dency toward tightness in wearing ap
parel is as apparent in the overcoat as
in other garments. They are made to
fit snughy and to follow the shape of the
figure "down to the upper limit of the
skirt. The collar of the fall overcoat
must be of the same material as the
body of the garment, while on the win
ter coat a velvet collar may be worn.
Vhen der ped vas made you, got to
ehleeb on him, yoost der same of it vas
not good made.
You dond can help it, vhen der hawk
pird vas fly your head ofer, but you
must not allow it, dot he makes a nest
by your ha:r in.
It vas a circular singleumshdancc dot
Kaduro dond did make all der gooses,
in dis vorlt, mit web fcets. Shtill dhey
vas easy enuff extinguished from der
Troubles mit families cood been
l. .. -"s'---preve(l by der VRttering place hops
yoost scLgf.ot like der hops by der beer
.Lferytmgs vuieh vas pooty goot com-
menced, Lsfc endinirs
voost der same
like dot. Der peiriuninq-
unci der be-
closing vas dar cradle und der grafe
yard of dis life.
Ofer yea got a reotttstlon, yoost put
him by der key und Jock. He vas yoost
like some umbrellas, vhen you loose
him vou dond see bim net any more
yet Carl PrelzeVs Weekly.
Unless my geograpliy has gone back
on me right smart, I am in the midst
of the Apalaehian range. Tliat has a
foreign sound and reads well. If I
. should saj- it vras in the heart of tho
Allcgiiauk'S everybody would know it
was only a couple of hundred miles
away from home. It is nearly 3,000
feet above tide-water, this settlement.
All around it are high peaks and tow
ering hills. The valle-s are deep, and
Ibe natives are free as. air. They go
and come when they please. Xone of
the liltlo hindrances of civilization in
terfere with their enjoyment. They
toil not, neither do they spin! They
hunt b'ars, raise cattle, "chew tobacco,
and run their faco at tho grocery.
"'There" are no constraints, and there is
no soap. Put one of these mountain
natives'-in New York, -where he would
occasionally meet another man in the
Streets, and ha would pine away and
Jiie. They never shave, never black
' their boots, never have their hair cut
"never lat their left cheek grow lone-
some for ivaiit of a quid, never refuse a
:nnk, arm I am dead certain they never
rash. Yet only the other day I sat?
bne of the most uncouth of them, in
Fpcakmjj to a vroman unkempt as 111m-
self, take off his hat like a courUer.
Thev are a queer mixture of bears and
gentlemen, tnese Virginia mountain
eers, and 7:th their ""surroundings of
-wilderness and rocks and mountains,
they not only hav2 many good stories
to tell, but are almost always able to
lell them well.
It's 111 a Siatake
-Ahout "Woman Likb?
Among the minor social beliefs long
ago derated t a point of orthodoxy is
the notiou that women enjoy shopping
for itself, irrespective of utilitj- or ne
cessity. Yet half the thncspent in jok
ing over this female penchant, it" put
into practical observation, might con
vince the average male that this -well-established
belief covered a fallacy.
The daily thronged shcjis nesd'iiot bo
so very misleading if one considers
that everything and even-body, from
the oldcst'household article to the new
est baby must come' under oversight of
the presiding woman, and that, by
no means, are all women endowed in a
manner to cope witli aud make easy the
manifold duties they have to perform.
Thousands of women know they must
have something for this, that and the
- -other thing or person, without knowing
what they can have: and they haunt
ili. tlmi-is" hoTiin"-that the season's i:ov-
W. - ..-j, 1 J-, -
clties will suggest ome compromise
hop's from idle, rest- i
less cnrioMty a type, by the way, more
rare than is generally supposeu mic
who, when at heme, n always over
hauling, fussing and revamping,
through sheer lack of conccntrativo
and trained faculty, c-.en she does not
quite love it- fier rasped aud harasied
, nerve-, when she comes home, gain.say
the suppo-kion. . Indeed, no otiier
Vmrely lemiuine work, except, perhaps,
ii'ivitvnr. -ir a.l eornoars with shonuinjr.
i." ' r. . i
yr using up a
tween liieir necessities anu ine nmu oi fin ., . , , ,
il,oir..viienliture. But Ihev find this' . ' lnc lm " l en a nla" ncea P
task anything but a pleasure. Even S1C- on the other lmnil people take
inf wimian wliiKi liaunts the ' "" '""on wijimu. j ne nuum oe
f Only One.
, "Th rd Avenue iiaiiroad. sanl the 1
- . i.. .. a .... .iTl,;l .
nMii a..--:.-- B-c -;"
Avenue Railroad, 1 never heard ot that
before. Is it a trunk liiie.J ami i:a ,
swelled out pompouly a he
J reckon :t it,- repnett toe
How niauv divisions docs i
innuired the Western li;eii:rer Ageut,
1 .1, , .- jo
with a reiuai-Kalu.' show ol iiit-ereM. .
.--!-iiea ine .cw jiorK'er.
Iielweeu the conductor
and the driver."
And tlie enlightened "Western P.-isscn
o--r A-rent turned awav to tnink
"" " "
thinf 7ver, and wonder if the -aiuj sys
tem could not be advantageously lutro
duced into hi.- rompauv with more .sat-'
- . m .
;af-ir-tnrv financial re.-ults to niiiweii.
liaa-undpr the curreut ruaua-cment-
- frilrf;;:l - arate
The Sentinel is prepared to
all kinds of plain and fancy
Work on short notice and
reasonable pi ices.
New and the latest stylos
Ihe finest and best quality
paper constantly on hand.
Those wishing circular work
can be promptly supplied, with
the advantage of a gratuitous
notice in the paper.
Holid:i3r work a specialty. 3w
j Rock Candy Cough Cure.
Warranted to Cuke, or money refunded
I Couahs. Colds. Hoarseness, 'lliro:it and
Luinj iroubleb. (alrto pood for children.)
, Ki-ck Cavjjy Codgh Cuke contains the
lic-iling properties of pure white Rock
Candy with Extracts of Koots and Herbs
Only Si cents. Large bottles 31.00 cheapest
to buy. For .sale by
January -1. 1SS2.
STOCK HOLUEI.'S MEETING.
The annual meeting of the
Slock Holders of the Hocking
Valley Fire Brick Co. for the
election o( five (5) directors, and
such other business as may come
before the meeting, will be
held at t he office of the Co. on
Thursday, Jan. 10th, ISS-k Polls
open from 10 A.M. to 7 o'clock
C. E. Bo wen, Prest.
Dec. Cth. 4 w.
Notlceis hereby given that the following
nccouuisunu voueners nave been nicil in
theProbate Court of Hocking county, O.,
for first partial settlement,
T S Floyd, guardian or William Willi
min, And the same will come on for hearing
on the 10 day of December, 188:1, at 10 o'
clock, A. M.,or as soon thereafter as may
bo convenient. "W. T. aCKEK,
novlJi 3w 1'iobnte Judge.
600,000 volumes the choicest literaiure of
ine world. JUU-paqe catalogue free. Low
est, prices ever Known. Not sold by deal
ers. Sent for examination before payment
on evidence of good faith. John il Aldcn,
publisher, IS Veey St. N Y. P O Box 1227.
Iioss of Memory.
. 5 80-pace Cloth-bound Book of wholesome
Alvlce to Young Men, by a Regular Physician.
SfcNT free as-afii;H
THE HEALTH JOURNAL. MILWAUKEE. WIS.
accountsand vouchers have been tiled in
fheProbateCourt of Hocking County ,o.,
for seventu partial settlement,
Amos and M. V. Graham, executors of
the estate of William Graham, defeased,
and the same will come on for hearing on
the 21st day of Dec. 1SS3, at 10 o'clock, a.
m.orassoou thereafter as may be conve
nient. W. T. ACKEK.ProbateJudge.
Daughters, Wives and il t:ie.
Or. MarruHI's Catliolicon, Female Remedy
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
relunded. Will cure Female Diseases. All
ovarian troubles, inflammation and ulcer
ation, falling and displacements or bear
iiiK down feeling, irregularities, barren
ucss, change ot life, leucorrhoea, besides
many weaknesses springing from the
above, like headache, bloating, spinal
weaknesses, sleeplessness, nervous debili
ty, palpitation of the heart. &c. For sale
by all Druggists. Price S1.00 andStoOper
Bottle. Send to Dr. J. B. Marchisi, Utica,
jn. iiori-amiuiiet,iree. orsaie oy
UlILLEi: & C" tSE
BUCKLEX'S AKXICA SALYE
The greatest rnccUcal Avonder of
the world. Warranted to speedily
cure Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Ulcers,
Salt Hheum, Fever Sores, Cancers,
Piles, Chilblains. Corns, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, and all other skin
eruptions, guarauteed to cure in
evciy instance, or money refunded.
25 cents per box. For sale by F.
Harrington- Feb 15, 1 yr.
A Fatuous Galaxy.
Pcop'e who delights in beautiful
and good books will be astonished
when they eee, if tlicj' have not
alread' seen, the anouueeraeuts of
tlie ;,Caxon Illustrated" and other
editions of standerd authors, issued
this seiison. Tho typography, and
all mechanical qualities of print
ing and binding are simply superb,
and the prices are a veritable mar
vel to tho old time book-buyer.
The list includes the works, com
plete, of Dickens, 15 volumes, re
duced in price fiom $22.50 to S9
net; lhackeravs, from 16.50 to
j b.o; Gcorfce Eliot s, from $12 to
r$3.75; Washington Irvine's Works,
. irom S20 i0 4: Scott's Waverlev
xrt 1 J..,,, , 4r. on ti
?ov.o!s,' m, "0 to $1.20; Ilaw-
morne s n oriis, irom fczi to b.0U;
$12-50; Buhver's, from $31.25 to
$8.50; Wm. Black's from $15 to 84;
De Quintey's, from $18 to S6.50.
The publislier sends them to any
one for examination before requir
ing any payment, on reasonable
evidence of good faith, and will
send a large catalogue of these and
other works free upon application.
Interesting to Travelers:
The ColnmbH3, Hocking Valley
and Toledo Railway Company has
been and are now running their
trains on Cufumbus time but on
and after Sundaj-, Nov. ISth, they
with other railrfads in the State
will adopt and use what is known
as the ninetieth meridian, or Cen
tral, timo which is twenty eight
minuets s 1 owe ? than Columbus
Nov. loth. 3w
I FL5 BETTER THAX PHYSIC!
Fun is excellent; a hearty laugh is
known the whole world over to be a
health promoter: but fun does not
more heal- hy, live longer, and enjoy
.life thcroughh', if thev used Br.
ea iiover or,ic. wlucli
i y n .
cures all blood disorders, indigestion
kidney and liver troubles, removes
pimples and is a perfect tonic. Can
be taken by the most delicate. Only
50 cents per bottle, of B. C. Reber
March 22nd, 1SS3 1 yr.
WUAT IS SAID OF
"The Century li.is the c-nbet of grontc-r
luxury in t-litii;-; than anvortlifriv.nl
ma-nizii.i-."-Tlie-rc.Y. Nation ami Kven-
iiKp0t, Dec. cisss.
rom Ihe vervslait this in:i"!zlif.lrlil
'' to,,k lalrwanl position, ami it li.ns
boldly anil splendidly niiuntamrd its
lilaco. AVith earli liiinilior lino Iwon rlimrlv
nianifKstcd its aj.cres.sif and iiitelii"t'ia
I enterpripo, and f.ir reucli:ns have been tlie
1 liefllfL llt.ftltir 4ll.... . nt. I ....
"nun, I'uilHn liCKllrill, I JI. Vt-1 1 ( II T V
nas oimir.iip us lorincr worK.
ever - ""e of us ,' Partm nts. Some c
em-ravings have liren amazin-ily line;
eraI ,)f Ul,e hl ,, VcC( , i,ibei
partlctiUilys'i thr portnut of Peter Coop
er esrccially. And its uiuikivciI excel
lence on tlie literaiy side as ui the artistic.
I Tbe time was whn Hie illustrations were
. firs and tlie 1 itT-iire. second, it not
num. ;n liiijioruiuce; iiiit mat time, for al
,!. . .ikxi. jia t-ijii i'n-iij mm:i
, - fv ,vii.. li'i hnnn ....-.-.n.. P.....1..
: . 1 . j imc$, Dec. :;. ls3.
Now is the time to sub. -ci il.e. Price.
i-"' ye-n. A:ii--Mersta-e unscni.tioti.s i
A.I 1'.-'lers ta
Ill 'riiiizi iiiii: in i ill' mm il liliC-l ill
Til n CN I'L'KY CO , New Yoi k, N. Y. .
COLUMBUS, HOCKING VAL
LEY AHB TOLFQO R. R,
THE TIES THAT BIND
Tills Compnny has on sale at all its prin
cipal stations through tickets to all point
East, West, North and
And is prepared to check ba-tgnce through
to any domination. Special InduccmonUi
are offered to land Explorers and those
contemplating moving to the Great "West.
Emigrant Tickets to any point In
Illinois, Iowa, Misso
uri, Kansas, Arkan
sas, Texas, Colora
Minnesota Nebraska ;
Or any of the oilier Western Statu or Ter
ritories, enn be procured of this Company
at the lowest rates and Tia of the mnt di
rect lines of travel.
Trains of thIs;Corapany pass
AS FOLLOWS :
1:02 a m
IS p m
"Tost. Xew BtraltsvllU.
7:50 a in
1:47 p m
S:12 p m
10.O6 a m
5:22 p m
Consult your best interests by ocklng fori
ana securing a uckci via inn line. Jbar
maps.tables.and other inlornaallon call on
OHAS. SCHWENKE, Agent.
W H HABRlBOK.aen'l Pass. Ag't.
OHIO CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Time Card taking Eflect Feb 11, 88
Bast Toledo 10 47
Peraberville. ......... II 37
Berwick 12 52
Sycamore 1 10
Lcav 1 52
Lincoln Center. 2
Marengo .2 54
Jonnstown . .. 3 33
. lexandria S 58
Granville A 02
tTadly June. arr....4 42
Basil 4 W
Pickering 5 16
Pleasantville 4 SS
Rusliville 5 12
Bremen 5 2&
Junction City 5 45
New Lexington. o 02
Corning........... 6 1,"!
Connectionsaremadeat Fostoria with L
EiW K'y for Findlay, Lima, St Marys
Muiicieand Lnfayette, Ind, Bioomington
At Bucyrus for all points on P F W A G
all points on Columbus Divisions of c6C&
At Conterburg for Sit Vernon, Clinton.
Akron and all points ouCMtViC H'd
AtBremen and New Lexington for New
ark, Lancaster, Zanesvllleand all points on
Cincinnati and Muskingum Valley Divis-
At Junction City for Shawnee and all
points on Straitsville Di v B & G ft'd.
At Columbus connection is made at Un
ion Dept with trains for Cincinnati, Louis
ville, Indianapolis, "Washington, Baltimore
and all Southern and Eastern cities.
W H Vaudegrift, Sup't
Hudson Fit oh.
O G Hadley, Geu'l Ticket Ag'i
TIME TABLE. -P.
C. $Sb Louis B, &
Srfiodulo in effeet Ifov Itah, 1883. Trainsde
pnrt from and arrive at Lancast er, as fol
ClnExpress 922am 4 12pm
Mail 4:37 pm 8Miam
9 12 am
Cincinnati Express . . 42 p m
Mail .... . 9:22am
Above trains run daily except Sundav.
N 15 Tlie time given above is Ontral
Standnrd Tiinewhluh ih28 minutes slower
than Columbus time:
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Hotel Cam
attached to through trains on the same
lino PC St L Railway run without
change, west bound to Indianapolia, St,
Louis and Chicago; castbound to Pitts
burg, HarriRburg,:Baltimore, Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
For time table, rates of fare, through
tickets ud baggsce checks and further in-
iormauon regarding tno running of trains,
apply to N. S. "Walpolo, Ticket Agent.Lan-
Oen. Pass A Tut. Act
GmHr.uedJrom lost meek.)
How Watch Cases are Made.
In 1S75, thirteen men comprised the
entire working force used in the manu
facture of the JanaJJoss' GoldYr'akh Cas:.
Now aver Jive hur.d' ' are employed, and the I
number is constantly mcre-uang. Tlie rea
son of this increase is this: In the James
Boss? Gold Welch Case all the metal in tu-lit
aad subject to wear is solid tjoUl, while tho re
mainder, which only lends strength to the
case, is of stronger metal tlian gold,
giving gold where gold is needed, and
strong, clastic niotal where strength and
elasticity are needed, a combination pro
ducing a watch case better than solid gold
and at oxr-HAU tlie cobt. Xva
Over 200,000 of these cases 'g'f&
have been bold, and every jeweler in the
country can testily to their quality and
I.T7DIXGTOK. MlCn.. DCC 5. 1S2.
fc. - JiT':i.rf tlie J'moc.-a; liouRht a Jan. Bof-V
Goid , atcli CJ.J-11: yairs aro, aa-i cjnieil it until s
Kb.irt t:mo asro, hen 1 puxcliaced it, aud tolj it to a
cu'toiiHT. Iho cahotliov.e iuo i;ruscf ieif, except
t!i..t ustir:u t Euy case, and I a witlblied cai CO
BifU y "m-irc:it-eU if r M lea-t tt n j-cnr-! m .re. I hi f
ai:il the i'srtic- w iio b-J:rnt tho arst outs are esrrv
i!2 tlies tolay.ss cli batisned r -lioaa-li they hid
lio.iv-iit a fcoliJ (--'Id iau eotdcirtiTico the money. 1
rcjrird tlicnisu thi c-jlycarcsof UdsKjcil a Ja-rol'-r
fhouid kJIimio de-jn to tno hLs cu.lonxrs t'-,,
-ortii cf tl-ar money or 1 2!iia Ids reputitioji.
WiL J. Cc&UWAY, Jmflr.
Fn4 3 rent .t?ta-i la TZjtentt TAatrh fue 1-artorics rMl2.
flrlph'a, 'rirLaBoQi IllahtrcUi! rau)i.ll.Lot4l3sfcaw
Jzmn Eta' ftnd krjrtume latrU Cm are nadc
(7b be Cusiinixa.) i
Of S65S CASH, 1.000 Imported Novdty rocket
Knives and 5,000 pounds of thaGrt
TO BE GWH?$ AWAY!
EVE R V.CONSI7HIER saving- over 30 Urn TviH
np.-. .lUfj-c-. 3iuu Kisi,5,oro2l,S!KU
id.IHo4tFl HHfitnbtil.9mntnf.th iilTtinifh
83(1 to Kh. 820 Uth. MIO to lotli. 5 to llth!
1,000 Imported Pocket Knives worth 81 eaob.
mil A.fMMI nmmdd V.OO-V.rwl Ilno- irnl... )
1 lie rtTea in rotaUon, tho linrebt niunoer of taia re!
rruea van receive uio nm reward. Slot) ComIi.
secend lUFheet, S!K, and kj on dotvn to a loot plutr
pi XUII-ViUU tobacco. These ChrutniM and Mew
cor rewards will bo distributed between Deoctn
lor 25th and January lt-t Chew this delishtfui to
bjcco, the bc.it ever made. Save the ties and Bond
ihon by mail, between December 15th and 35th. to tho
WILSON & Ilf eVAIXAT TOBACCO CO.
E2T- Cct nddrcss out nnd paste on EnTelope.
This is THE FINEST POUND PLUG EVER HADE,
.ASK YOUR DEALER FOR ZOO-ZOO.
w Insist ca havmg It aad you vrillusenoothec
HORSE AKD CATTLE POWDERS
:'o IIor.SK i 11 iii ol Con.. Kg" or Liv.; 1-ki n il
rou&'f r.miirrs.nri I- .1 ii. lime
Kout.'s!'"iIpr' llcurcxiiii ricit l!onOt:oLCA
FiMit'n l''i!-T.mllimi-iit Ox-ts I Kowiji
MiutK's rnn-ilnill i:irrc.Ti' ilif (Uiintity m nilk
anu rer.m twrr.tj pfrrni!..:m.l 111.1I.0 thclmU. r f.nu
3.TM -w J.
l'Kvr to uhn :i H . -. it.1 Ci: ::i. .rii tt
ccimvcr-.-.n-re ' "
And Prices Lower ifom ever before offered in Logan.
Mens9 Overcoats, $S.OO, 3.50, and all Wool
OVER COATS FOK 5,00; 6,50; 7,50; 8,50; 10,00; 12,50; 13,50; 15,00; 16,50 18.00; 20,00. All these goods have been bought at remarkable
below tho actual value.
Mens9 Suits from $6,50 to $8,50.
And all Wool ami Durable Mens Ctood Suits $10;
15;; 169S; 1; 0,0; SO per cent, less than theactual
drens Boys and Souths9 Suits tbe same low prices.
We keep a new article in our
Keestone Drillings, cut the be9t
Tho cheapest and best goedB for
Mens' Under Shirts, the best 20
12o, our loO, our 2.00, Under AVear
We have the hesr. TTnlaimrl
Trade, the Davis shirts mat
ur large business enables us
We receive Stiff Hals
season. AVe have
liciting a continuance
I luiTe a positive remedy for the at-re disease ; by its
tiso thousands of cae3 of tile worst load and of long
Etandinc have been cured. Indeed, o Btrone i my
faith in its efficacy, that I will send VWO BOTTLES
FREC, tojether with a VALUABLK TREATISE on
this disease, to any rafferer. Give erpress and P. O.
address. DE.T. A.SLOCUU.181IeailSk,NetrYoik.
TTTffn7T9 '?B Grote'.i Oreoce
fik.,LE3JtWfA. 52.70; Mntstuluy's
England, S.CO; Freen's Dnglaud il;To; Schil
ler's Thirty years War -i0; Creasy ' Fifteen
Decisive llnttles, 40c Carlyle's Frencli Rev
olution, 80c; Green, Schiller, Creasy and
Carlyle in one $.50; Ken rick's Ancient
Eypt,Sl;Uollir's Ancient History S2.70c;
Gibbon'. Rome, 31.70; Hume's -England,
Si.'o; Froissart's Clnonicier SI 5. Cata
logue 5U0.00O volume: free.
JOHN B. ALDEK. Publishers,
P O Box 1227. 13 Vasey st, New York,
I CURE FITS!
When I sar care I do not mean merely to atop them
for a t'-me and then have them return acuta. I mean a
-radical enre. I have mads the disease of FITS, EPI-LKPSrORFAJ.HNQSICKNESSalife-lonK
othern have failed is so reison for not now reeeivme a
cure. Send at once for a Treatise and a Free BotUo of
my infallible remedy. Give Express and Poetoffiee. It
costs yon nothing for a trial, and I will core yon.
Address Da. U. G. KOOT, 183 Pearl St, New York.
The Leading Magazine for Boys and Girl-;.
Edited by Mrs. Mary Mapes Dodge.
The New York Tribune once said: "In
thea-valancheof humoral literature that
threatens tbe children, somostrong vitally
wholesome and really attractive magazine
isrequired for them, aud St Nicholas has
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H" W. O.Stoddard, C. P. Uranch.and
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N. H. BLOrfSKU.
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints7
Safe to take, being purely vegetable; no grip-"
ing. Price i5cts. All Druggists.
Notice is hereby given, that the following
accounts and vouchers have been Med in
the Probate Court of Hocking county, O.,
for partial settlement,
A, J. Dyson, administrator of tho estate
of Elijah Dyson, deceased,
And the same will come on for hoarl
on the 21st day of Dec. ISiKI, at 10 o'clock
m.orassoon thereafter as may be con
ulent. W.M.T. ACICEK,
Nov. 29 18S3-3W Pro. Jttdg
wSfJSS'am'l m, u
St ECEIVED MIS X.AST
F4K THIS Wl
stock: Sweet, Orr &Co's Pantaloons for working men. All WoolJKersey Pants for $2,50, guaranteed not (o rip and lined, through with a
in the country. Mens' Sweet Orr PantB made of the first grade of Hambofdt Jeans lined with Keestone Drillings and guaranteed not to rip.
working meran4 farmers in America.
loves9 9Ieckties9 t&c, in landless Variety. .
cent Shirt ever offered to
ider AVear have no superior in the country for7the price. We guarantee our goods to be as cheap as any goods of
nd red White Shirt, (0) Six Shirts for $3,50". The best fitting and wearing Shirts 2100 linen in bosom and the best
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the best organisation in Eastern Ohio. We employ 2S persons for custom work alone. Jf you want a
of your patroaage. I lay before
Those who do and those who do not know that
ihe Largest and Finest Display of GENTS'
and Ladies' Holliday Shoes and Slippers is " at
should come and see,
THEN JUDGE, AND JUDGE WELL,
By buying in this line what you want of us.
thus saving money enough to make all tho more
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of Shoes and Slippers can
Oh, my ! How nice they are and how cheap. Do
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GranJ-opGning this week. Our- storo will be handsome
ly trimmed up for the-Holidays. ome and see it.
MATER & BR0.
WAET A MimiE, NEIGHBOR.
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The Weekly Ohio State Journal,
The lending paper of tho West, established in I81i, is the one to set. During 1SS3 it has
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you theabove announcement.
not be surpassed. .
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best for the'nioney ever offered.
at fciae lowest Hisn gilees
VEs:& i nsJeZ?
Cnstorirt promotes Digestion
and overuomea J"'latuleucy, Cousupa
tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, and
Fevcriahness. It insures health and
natural sleep, without morphiuc.
M Costori a is so well adapted to Children that
I recommcDd it as superior to any prescription
known lo me." IL A. Akciisr, 3L D.,
S? Portland Ae., Brooklyn, N. Y.
CENTAUR LINIMEN T
tism, Sprains, Burns, Galls, &c. The most Powerful and. Pene
trating Pain-relieving and Healing Remedy known to man.
I COMMERCIAL COLLEGE.
leniporarv and permanent Lmbalming a specialty, by which process-
uouies can ne Kept any lengui ot time
kinds of undertaking goods, such as
Covered Stirial Casket i
$$lirtil anal all lifntl
of Surial roil.
Coat for 4.
low figures, will be sold 30 per cent.
Our C2cor 75c; our 1,00. our 112; or
equal quality sold in the'. country,
Shirlever offered to the American
will bo given the balance of the
oruer. rail ami see us 00
What gives our Children rosy cheeks,
What cure their fevers, makes thorn sleep ;
When babies fret and cry by turns.
What cures their colic, kills their worms.
What quickly cures Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion,
Farewoll then to Morphine Syrups,
Castor Oil and Paregoric, and
an absolute euro for Rheuma
without additional cost. A
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Hear this, all ye people, and give
ear all ye invalids ofthe world, Hop
liitters will make you well and to
2. It shrill euro all the people
and putscLiie:s and siifleriiii? 'un
3. Be thou not afru'd when your
family is sick, or you have JJright's
disease or Liver Complaint,for Hop
Bilters will cure you.
4. Both low and high, rich and
poor know the value of Hop Bit
ters for billion:, nenous and iiheti
5. Cleanse me w th Hop Bitters
and I shall have robust and bloom
G Add disease upon disea-e and
let the worst come, I am safeif I uso
7. For all my life V have been
plagued with sickness and sores, and.
not until a year ao' was 1 cured, by
110 p i.it'crs.
8. He that keepeth his bones
from aching from rheumatism and
neuralgia, with Hop Bitters, doeth
9. Though thou hast soveg, pim
ples, freckles, salt rheum, erysipelas
blood poisoning, yet Hop Bitters
will remove them.
10. "What woman ia there feeble,
and sick from fecniale comp'afnts,
who desireth not health and useth
Hop Bitters and is made weJI.
11. Lot not neglect to 'use Hon
Bitters bring on serious Ividne5'
and Liver complaints.
12. Keep"thy tongue from being
furred; thy blood pure, and thy
stomach from indigestion by using
13. AH my pains and aches and
diseases go "like chaff before tho
wind when I use Hop Bitters..-
14. Mark the man who was" near
ly dead and iven up by the doctors
after using nop Bitters a becometh'
15. Cease from worrying about
nervousness, general debiKty, anil
urinary trouble for Hop Bitters will
restore you. . oet 25 lui
Caro MpL'itioa of tia Hc2rt,,NerTon3nesa,
TrcBiKIngT, Kcrvca3 ilcsdaclie, Xenamtaa,
Cold Hands acd Feet, Pdn in tie Back; aai
ctierfjrmacf resale Weakness. TheearieJi
ami isprova tho quality of the flood, purify
and br.htea tho Complexion, allaj- Kcrvons
Irritation, oad Bccrra-Eefreshlns Sleep. Jast
tho rcnisdrcaedsd ty womca whoso palo, color
lc33 f 2CC3 shoT7 tho ahscncc of Iron in the Blood.
r.ancmicr that Iron is one of the constituents
cf tho Ilood.ssd is tho crcat tonic. Th
Iron PIHa aro clsoralnable fcrx:en who azs
troablcd with ITcrrons Wcaknesavight Swoatat
cte. Price, 53 cents psrbos: Scnthyxsfl. A4
ra, CARTER MEDICINE OOs
r. 23 Pari Place, New "Torii
A largo proportion of tho diseases wliich''
causo hioiuan suffcrins result from denuiga
cieut of the stouucli, bowels, and livor.
Aveii's CAT'nAKTic Pills actdirtctiy uu
these organs, and are esiiecially designed to
caro tho diseases caused by their derange
pient, includius Cou-.tiiiatjoii, Iisdlsca
tion, Dyspepsia, Jlea-lucltc, ij-beuterv.'
I and a hem of other ailments, lor all of
which they are a safe, sure, prompt, and'
pleasaut remedy. The extensive use of. theo
Pi lui by eiiiincnt physicians u regular prac
tice, shows luunisLikably tiivs estimation In
which thoy are held by tho mstilcal profes
sion. These Pills are componndol ot vegetable
substances ou!y, and are absolutelj'frcc froia
calomel or any other injurious ingredient.
A Sufferer from Uoadaclio writes :
Aveij's Pills are invaluable to we, and'
are my constant, companion. I hate Lteu
a severe suirurer from lleailaclie. and jour
Pills are the only tiling I could look to
lor relief. One dose ivill ipiickly move my
bowels aud free my head from pain. They
are the inu-jt elective and the easiest physio.
1 have ever fuiiud. It is a pleasure to me to
speak in their praise, and I alwava do so
vhen oeciuion pliers.
Vf. L. P.v: n, of T. 1 Page & Bro."
Franklin Jst., IticUmond.Va., J uno 3, lbfi
"I have used AVer's Pilw in number
less instances as recommended bv you, and
have never known them to fail to accomplish
the desired result- Wo constantly keep them
on hand at our home, and prize them as a
pleasant, safe, and reliable familv medicine.
FOIC lA'-SPEPSIA tUt-'y are invaluable.
Mexia, Texas, Juno 17, lSS.
Tlio ICkv. Fkaxcis V. ir.vRLOTrR, writin-r
from Attauht, Kit., says: "For some vears
past I have been subject to coittip.-uiou,
from which, in spito of the use of medi
cines of various kimt, I suffered increasing
Inconvenience, unt;i some mouths ago I
besau takin-r A vat's Pills. They havs
uurely correctud tho costhe h.ibit, aad
navo ".astly improved my general health."
Avcr's C.VTHAttTic Pills correct irregu
larities of the bowels, stimulate- tho appe
tite and digestion, and by their prompt and
thorough action give toue aad Tigor to .tho
whole physical economy.
"Dr. J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass,
Sold by all Druggists.
experience tho wonderful
bcueticial elfects of
Children with Sore "Eeeu'Sora
I Ears, or anv Si-rofiilmi.iVr svnli.
Hitic taint, may be 'made healthy anc strong
by its ufio. ..
Sold by all Druggists ; 51, six bottles for 3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
" 0rrT,ne-Ohio Scvt-10 1S32
COLD. " Having been subject to a bron
chial affection, with 'frequent
colds, for a number of years, I hereby cer
tify tliat AYCtt't CltcKKV rncrur-AI. gives
me prompt relief, and is the most effeetiva
remedy I have ever tried.
J.vitss A. IlAjnLTOS-,
Editor ot The CrescaiU"
" 3!t. GiTcad, Ohio; Jons CS, ISS2.
" I have cssd Ayer's CtiERKT
Pfctouai. thi3 spring for a s
"vcre' cousli and lungf trouble with good
effect, and I am pleased to rcconuacml U"
to any one similarly affected.
IlAKVEV CACGItSIAJf, '
Proprietor Globo HoUI."
Dr.J.C.Ayep&Co., Lowell, Mass.-
Sold by all Drnggfets."
ing feeling of
exhaustion without effort, which makes lifa
a burden to so many people, is duo to tha
fact that tho blood is poor, and the vitality
consequently feeble. If you arc suffering
from such, feelings,
Is just wha.t yon need, and will do you incal
3Sb other preparation so concentrates and
combines blood-purifying, vitalizing, enrich
ing, and invigorating qualities as Ayeii's
Dr.J.C.Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Drn?gi't3: 51, six bottles far35,'
igwr-MnA' ' "