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Thursday, M'cli 15, 1SS4.
JNO. 5. ;FBIESNER,t)F HOCK
ING. 'Ilia Democracy of this subdi
Yieion of the 7th judicial district
are called to meet in convention
41 Lancaster on Tuesdaj, April
15th, to nominate a candidate for
Judge of the Court of Common
In behalf of the Democracy of
Hocking county we present, as a
candidate, Judge John S. Fries
.ner. Judce Friesner is serving his
iirst term. It is a well estab
lished rule that the official, -doing
faithful and meritorious service
on his first, is entitled to his sec
Judge Friemer has merited his
Tenomination. He has done his
duty honestly, impartially, well-
fi has shirked no disagreeable
service and has met manfully ev
ery responsibility. In his brief
term on the Bench he has been--called
upon to decide more ques
tions involving original proposi
tions of law than any Judge in
the state, and to the credit of his
judgment and legal knowledge
be it said his decisions have be
come the accepted Law of the
Land, Whilst he is the youngest
man on the Bench, ho is consid
. ered one of the ablest jurists of
our state. His discharge of court
business is characterized by
j)rompt, energetic, economical
-dispatch, always in a spirit of
courtesy to the- attorneys, and of
qual and exact justice to liti
gants and. the general public.
Besides his merits as an official,
Jack Friesner claims our support
as a man and a Democtat. He
is self made and is self sustaining.
He trained in "Labors ragged
.school," aud his hand was always
Teady for any work offered and
lis intellect prompt, as was his
liearr to face and fight au issue
upon a principle. He is resolute,
clear of head, strong of purpose,
warm of heart. He is one of the
"best developments of the Amer
ican Man, familiar with every
class and identified by experience
with every phase of lite in his
climb from the brush picking up
to the Bench.
John S. Friesner is a
Democrat. He has done more
. than his share of work each year
3n promoting the advancement of
Democratic principles, and help
ing to elect Democratic candi
dates. He is a genial gentleman,
a true Democrat an honest, able
Judge, and Hocking county,
proud of him and devoted to him
will present him as our candi
date for re-nomination, in the
full faith that our sister counties
will offer no opposition.
His nomination is asked by ev--ery
Democrat of Hocking county
and such is his lofty standing as
jl gentleman and a judge among
those who know him best, that
we assume to say his candidacy
will not be opposed by the Re
publicans. The Canal Affairs.
Last Friday Chief Engineer
Gregor3r, responding to a resolu
tion inquiring for estimates of
damage done by the flood, re
ported the injury to the Hocking
canal at S10;000, the other public
woks at 31 '0.-00. Col. Weldy
introduced a bill providing for
Senator White, of Defiance,
has introduced a bill which pro
poses to authorize the Governor
to leas tho canal to the high st
and bst bidder for a railroad.
This scheme is backed by parties
in. Columbus and Lancaster.
The Gazette is publishing a
Tveaiy description of the capture
of Ft. Donekon, with the hero
thus far hid in Bosenwein's bos
em, waiting for the enemy to run
away. About the time the Rebs
are three miles away, running
for dear life, the Red Right Arm
will appear, tho Flag will be
pulled down and our poet will
close the service with a poem.
Hick Ilickle, the
Treasurer of Fairfield county, is
-an aspirant for Steward of tlie
Penitentiary, and we hope ha
will get the position.
He came down to Logan week
before last to see Ferd Iiempel,
Gov. Keinmund's appointee for
Trustee. Ferd with that goodly
smile, whic: salivated and blist
ers where it fastens, promised
JJIike of coursQ.
Mike Dickie was ihe eighteenth
The Commissioners adjourned
.on Saturday to meet again on
Monda' tho 17th inst.
A Representative Hoelv
ing Comity Republi
can. It is a rule that at loast ona
member of the party not in pow
er be given a place upon the
Boards of all our stalo institu
tions. Got. IJenryJ. Reinmund has
selected Ferd Rempel of our
town as the, truly representative
Republican for a riosition on the
Board of Penitentiary Trustees.
Gov. Reinmund was induced to
select. Ferd at .the instance of
Archbishop Alex Sands, who is
tho spiritual adviser and con
science keeper for ths Admistra
tion. St. Alox. Sands says that
"Ferd voted for Hoadly and got
twelve othor dutch to vote with
him." This established Ferd's
representative Republicanism to
the Reinmund standard.
We are satisfied with Rempel
as a Representative Republican
if Judge Brazee, Gen. Grosvenor,
Gen. Bealfy, John Sherman,
Sam bright and Frank Wheeler
can stomach him.
lie is the kind of Representa
tive Republican that can scent
from afar the penitentiary plun
der, and can loyally look after
the Government's interests with
the .zeal of a provost marshal at.
Shiloh or on the trail of Morgan's
If Geo. Hoadly was Governor
we might submit to him a chap
ter of the Louisville Court Mar
tial, so that he might not disgrace
his administration with an ap
pointment that will be resented
by Republicans and despised by
But Standard Oil his so satur
ated Gov. Reinmund that unless
tho jackals, seeking plunder, fol
low that smell, they are ruled
out of the race.
There will be an explosion some
of these dars, and tho prayers of
Alex. Sands, nor the pretense of
Henry Rvinmnnd wont save the
official whose highest aspirations
seems to be to secure a nigger
vote and a Standard Oil boom.
A Hocking County Pau
per Claimed for
Thure is a law which author
izes medical colleges to receive
for dissection the bodies of pau
pers who die without friends to
cla'm their remains. The Super
intendent of the Infirmary has no
power to refuse a demand for
such body. A case happened
some months ago at our Infirm
ary, which has caused some com
ment, and censure unjustly upon
Mr- Nixon, who was powerless in
the case, and was compelled by
law to give up the boly.
A Mrs. Caroline Capan, an old
lady of about 65 years, having
no relatives, was brought to the
Infirmary last December. Soen
after her arrival she look sick
and died and was buried in the
Nine days afterward, at about
midnight, two persons came to
the Irfirmary, waked up Ms. Nix
on and demanded Mrs. Capin's
bodjr. The party making tho
demand gave bis name as Dr.
Hamilton, of Calumbus.
Jtlr. Nixon refused the body to
be taken, when ho was served
with the following official requi
sition: Columbus Med. College,)
January Sth, 18S4. )
Sup't. Hock. Co. Infirmary :
Dear Sir I hereby make re
quisition in accordance with the
provisions of Section 3763 of the
Revised Laws of Ohio, for the
body of Caroline Oapen, dee'd.,
now lying unclaimed in the cem
etery. You will please deliver the said
body to the bearer.
Josiaii Mebbury, m. d.
Prof, of Anatomy, O. M. C.
Columbus, O., Jan. 8, 534.
I hereby certify that I have
this day received the above men
tioned body from Daniel Nixon,
Wm. L. UAMILTOX.
The body was taken up, put in
a sack and the two persons drove
Tho affair created profound
feeling among the paupers, and
has also been country talk. The
Law, however, authorized the act
of the physician, and Mr. Nixo-.
was compelled to yield to a com
pliance with the Law.
John G. - Reeves has been ap
pointed Trustee of the School of
Progress, late the Ee form School,
at Lancaster. The School under
the Bologna reign has progressed
from plain Sausage to Yinnsr
worst. Her.ee ths name. The
position as chief sausage grinder
and winnerworst stutter will
help Mr. John G. .Reeves in his
canvass for Congress.
The Corning church disturb
ance was brought before Justice
Porter, of New Lexington on last
Friday. The ease was under t rial
until on Monday, when lie v.
O'Boyhm was discharged, the
testimony failing to show that ha
was a party in tho alleged as
sault upon ilcDevit. The other
parties against whom McDevilt
made complaint will have a hear
ing before the grand jury, now
i in session,
T'- ' 'vg
Falls TovritBliip Democratic
Notice is hereby give that tho
Democrats of Falls Township will
hold a Primary Election to nom
inate Township candidates, on
Saturday, March 29, 1884,
betweon the hours of 10 o'clock,
A. M., and 4 o'clock. P. M. Can
didates f r the following offices
will be nominated :
S Justices of tli9 Peace,
1 Assessor for the territory out
side the corporate limits of Lo
gan, and 1 Assessor for Gore pre
cinct. The Democrats of Falls town
ship, outside the corporate limits
of Logan, will vote at the Recor
der's office. The election for
Gare urecinct will bo held at
Corporation Vote os Township
- Incorporated Village of Logan
will vote in their respective
wards, at places hereafter to be
designated For the various above
named township officers, except
Assessor. Each ward will elect
its own Assessor, on the 22d, and
the vole for ward Assessor must
be onh- by Democrats of the ward.
Thevote of Falls township out
side the corporation of Logan,
the vote of the various wards,
and the vote of Goro precinct,
must be certified to by the elec
tion officers, sealed and returned
to Jacob Weaver, Central Com
mitteeman of Falls township,who
in open Convention, on
MONDAY, March 31,
in th Court Hoase, at 10 o'clock
A. M., will open the returns and
declare the result.
The voting places for the cor
porption of Logan will be at the
following named places :
1st Ward Soap Factory on
2d Ward Geo. Hartman's, on
3d Ward City Building, May
-1th Ward Kessler's Furniture
By order of
Committeeman of Falls Twp.
March 14 2w. a
Meeting of County
DEM. GEN. COMMITTEE
The Democratic Central Com
mittee of Hocking County are
called to meet in Logan at one
o'clock, P. M., on
Saturday, DSareb S2d, 18S4S
for the purpose of fixing the time
of holding the Democratic Coun
ty Primary Election, for the pur
pose of appointing 9A delegates
to attend the Judicial Conven
tion at Lancaster, on April 15th,
ISSi, and for the transaction of
such other business as may be
Tho Committeemen who can
not attend, sre requested to send
proxies. In case a township is
not represented by a committee
man or by his proxy, the vacancy
will be filled by some known
Candidates and all Democrats
are invited to attend the meet"
The following are the members
of the Committee :
Benton N.R, Petit.
Falls Jacob Weaver.
Gore J. T. Nutter.
Goodhope Wm. Carpenter.
Green J. J. Riser.
Laurel Amos Kline.
Marion Geo. Woidner.
Perry Nels. Armstrong.
Salt Creek B H Stevenson.
Starr R. E. Frey.
Ward, 1st P John Shnnk.
do 2d P J. H. Boadmer.
Washington Thos Meldrim.
Committeemen are requested
to inquire into tke views and
wishes of the Democrats of their
respective townships, and in the
event of unavoidable absence,
write to Jacob Weaver, Chairman
of the Central Committee, who
will make known to the members
present the sentiment of the
townships not represented.
By order of
J. M. Floyd, Sec.
3Ichl3 2w. Ch'm.
Dr. McTague,of Corning, came
over to Logan last Thursday, and
oecupied the afternoon in Char
ley Rose's store, writing a letter
to the Columbus Journal, in
which ho displayed himself as
the conspicuous montebank of
the Corning circus.
In reciting tlie sayings of his
Irish iriends and companions, he
plays the role of a clown, mim-
icing their manner and speech.
The French gentleman forgets
that in this attempt to be smart
lie is casting ndiculo on the
tongue of his father and mother
and tlie race to which he ought
to feel proud to say ho belongs.
The it cTagn- should drop tho
"Mc" from his name. Tho "Mc:'
is too Irish and too honorable ior
the Cary class.
There is a woman in Washington
who plays the piano with her feet.:
"We hope this disease won't bocome
The Merchant Travelers says to
barbers, ''Don't talk!" There was
once a man who stood on the shore
of a pond and cried to the ducks,
A50THKK, H1AVT BOBBXKY
Chicago, March 7. Last Satur
day, about 1 o'clock in the after
noon r Paymaster C. S. Bartlet, oi
the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy
Railroad, left hi. office for l"ncn,Ht
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.i l .1 : nf fb l.r.ofn'
rnu&o mu v,uiiiuiii.wivii w. iv w.b c-.
in which the money for theBpayment
of the employes was deposited.
On loavingthe rorm he did so with
out waiting the return of the other
atiaches of the office, who had all
gone to lunch. Before his return
the safe was robbed of all its con
tents, with the exception of eonie
packages of nickels and small
change; the total amount disappear
ing as near as the companjs officials
can estimato, being $27,000.
On the facts becoming known and
an investigation being instituted
Paymaster Bartlett was discharged i
from the Service of tho company
for negligence, and the matter was
placed in the hands of detectives.
An effort was made to keep the af
fair secret, in the hope that the de
tectives would be facilitated in their
work.Jbut tho affair became known,
and in tlie belief that an exaggerat
ed statement would be published con
cerning the rubbeiy, the officials
shewed a willingness that the eract
facts should be furnished the public.
The theory advanced by the
treasurer of tlie"cimpany is that the
robbery was accomplished by a
sneak thief. Two doors lead into tho
cashier's office from a vacant room,
one of which was found ajar on the
paymaster's return. The paymaster's
loom is located in the gener.d. offices
of the company, on the second floor
of the building, and was constructed
specially with a view to gu:rd ag
ainst intrusion or theft, but in this
instance the most ordinary precau
tions appear to have been ignored
The explanation giYeu by the
paymaster is that it was supposed
that the vacant room adjoining his
office was always kept locked, but
in this case it was proved otherwise
This door was close to and adjoining
vault in which the safe was located.
Theie was remaining in the room
when the paymaster left the room,
the cashier and an assistant, who oc
cupy practically the same "room.
But sit at desks somewhat removed
from the vault, and in au angle
which partlly conceals the entrance
to the vault, so that any one enlor
in from the vacant room could have
accomplished the robbery without
their knowledgo. The paymaster
assumes thst the robbery must
have been committed by some one
having a complete knowledge of the
room and the habitsof its occupants.
The detective, have advanced a
theory to the effect that tlie robbery
did not actually occur ad sUted by
certain employes, but that some
trusted employe is a defaulter, and
selecfcd the 'robbeiy" method of
covering up hiR shortage.
Ten Missing: Men.
Spokane Fall, Wy., March 10.
Fars exist regarding tho safely of
the ten men who wcnt.to Rathdrum
thirteen days ago to locate a trail.
They left a point twenty five miles
from Kathdum with four days ra
tions and left other provisions in
charge of a man, to wait six days.
They never returned and the man
left. It was thought he had arrived
at Eagle City, but a man arrived
Saturday sta'ed that he had not
been there. A meeting was held at
once, money collected, and a party
of meu sent out to every available
point and search for the lost men.
There is no place where they can
stop at between tho points knewn,
as the snow is very deep.
A Candidate f'r SOassingr.
Pond du Lao.. Jlnrcli 10 A wo
man giving her name as Kitty Ames
and her home in Neena.li, Wis., ar
rived here two or thrso days since
from Oahktjfh and put up at thd
City Hotel. She was nearlj' desti
tute and wr.s Jookinfc for cmplo'
nient. traturday niyht shegavo birth
to a child. The Irndkud, It. S--har
Initio, a Frenchman' ordered the
woman out of the house, Taking
the new-born child in her arms she
started out in the cold a.nd snow
wandering about tho stree'8 until
the Chief of Police pave her a warm
plaee and summoned a pbj'aician.
lie found the c'u'ild dead. The wo
man is not expected to live owinjj to
the fsposure which she fciifiered.
Grave threats are mada. against
Scliarbnne for his treatment of tho
woman and should she die he will be
Loveland, O , Jlhrch 10 A Mrs.
Cummins, visiting her brother, Mr.
Vandewort, of this place, performed
a somrambulistiu feat which placed
ber in a rather embarrassing pos
ition. She rose from her bed at
midnidit, :md dressing herself in
her slippers only fled from the house.
She wa6 unobserved until she c im
ed into the cab of m engine of a
freight train which had just come to
a stop. The engineer aid nremui
weie startled at her appearance, and
on questioning her she stated that
she had fled from murderers; who
had entered her brother's lioue and
murdered htm and his family, she
was taken to a hotel and her brother
f-ent for, who on arriving .Kiceeded
in waking her and removing her to
Mrs. Mary A. Daily, of TunUian
nock, Pa., was atllicted for six years
with Asthma and Bronchitis, duimg
which time the best pysicians coti'd
give no lelief. Her life was des
paired of, until last October she pro
cured a Bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, when immediate relief
was felt, and by continuing its use
for a short time she was completly
cured, gaining in llesh 50 lbs. in a
Free Trial Bottles of this certain
cureofThiojt and Lung Diseases
at F. Harrington's Drug Store.
Largo Bottles 51.00.
.Without taking tue precaution -hmM jnuTStody of th Ticasiii-'WKiiipJUncu with ' '.JSJTT fftr. Tin ai-100 !
To the Hon. Judge of Probata
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such cxrtmimitiori. I hereby cwtify that t!
(i-i,r,.1.ihcsactamouiitof lunucr so found
dollars was the exact amount or lunney f
ii ctntommit nnuuxed which airiees mi
and ovcrp.maeuUin caohfund, and of property lueii ml:
' ' v Keapestfully iubmittsu,
Am't due from 1 Orders Red-m-d I T . CEg
Trai,urer. wnce. 1 I.ALAOjU..
I Treaiurer. 1
10 Z9-1 01
9 723 18
21 bit 01
1 1S7 5A
5 578 0
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1 371 76
2 272 C9
3 (CO 21
I 83 190 C5 I 49
Balance in Treasury,
March 13, 1884 lw
FRIItK RANDE-S DE1TII.
Joliet. 111., jiiaroti i. juate jum-j
-w . . -w-.i r t. rr T -a. 1.i
niglit Frank Iiahde. who made an
attempt upon the lifeoi Deputy
McDonald last Saturday- night,
and was placed in solitary confine
ment, succeeded in ending his career
by hanging himself. It is not known
at what time of the night this oc
curred, but when his col! w.is open
ed this morning his lifeless body
was discovered, suspended from the
coiling by a rope made of his under
clothing. Raudo's real name was Charles
C. acott, and ho was a life convict,'!
sent up from Knox County. He
was a desperado of the worst i-lasa.
and his career of crime hard'y ha, a
parallel, being ireneraly known a.;
the "Bold Bandit of the Wabash.''
He was at one time in the jewelry
business in a small town in Illinois,
and was a rcspec ed citizen. He was
generally believed to be insane,
and, judging from the enormity if
his crimps, his mi..d imut certainly
have been unbalanced.
It is positively known that he kill
ed. ten persons, although he is ac
credited with doublo that number.
During the year 1877 he murdered
five persons in the states ot Indiana.
Illinois, aud Missouri lie was or
iginally sentenced to the Iowa Pen
itentiary for baivl-iry. escaped s'lul,
fearing" arrest, became a tramp.
Hti was afterward sent to Miciiigvtt
( ity Prison for burglary under an
another name, and left there in 1877.
He robbed a farmer near Gilaon,
111., and being pursued by a pany of
six, ho killed two and wounded three
others Lie committed an almost
similar robbery near St Elmo, III.,
and s-eing followed by a party of
citizens, kil.ed throe of tho latter
and escaped. He was finally cap
tured in St. Loui after a desperate
struggle with an officer, and on his
trial for the Gilson tragedy escaped
with a lift? sentence. Iiis prison life
has been marked with three or tour
acts of desperation simi ar to that of
last Saturday night. He pLnncd
anecape from his prison a yesu
ago, but was foi'ed.
"Raude had been working in the
harness shop o( tue prison ever since
his incarceration. On last Saturday
morning, while he was at work,
Deputy Warden John McDona'd
dime m and entered into conversa
tion with Keeper Madden at bis
desk. R.mde seized the poker from
the stove and struck McDonald across
the back of the head, crushing tho
skull. Madden then, with tho as
sisanr-eof two convict, downed and
secured Rando. Deputy Givin
.then came in and st :rted with Kantle
to the dungeon. Kande seized a
knife and attacked G-iviu, who shot
him. Keeper Madden alio shot
him in thch ad, but not dangerously.
The desperado was then taken to
the ho'MMtai, whera, partially insane,
ho has since been kept. Keeper
McDona'd is stil' confined to his
hod, desperately injured, and will
Thus ends the life of one of the
wor.-t criminals who ever cursed tho
A E2a.-! Saa;Si-57p.
JNelsonvilie. March 9 A fortun
ate hut destructive wreck happened
here during Friday night whi.e a
yard engine was helping a train of
thirty loads out of the Nelsonvtl e
yard. After the train was under
good headway the helper dropped
in on a side track to let the train pais,
but while Brakeman M. L. Bowers
was going to close the switch he
slinnp.d offtho tie rfiid rolled down
the bunk, but, it is s.vd, signaled
tbo train that was comiiu that the
switch nas all right. After s'ip
ping he was unable to get back in
time to throw the awrch, causing
engine No 80 and five loaded cars
to run off and pile themselves on
tonefif'i:i(;h o'lier. exrent one. which
was thrown on top of the engine cab.
one pair of trucks resting on - the
boiler and the other on -the tender.
Engineer James Fowell, Lrira-m-.n
Herrod and Brakeman Al.
Kistler. were all in the engine cab
faet, aud had to be chopped out.
Luckilv the sleam-guage and cocks
did not bieak, or they would have
been scalded to death. The weight
of the cars on tlie wbistle-va voUept
the whistle bl wing fifty minutes.
They could no be beard calling for
help, but fortunately the fireimin
and brakeman were not hurt.
Engineer Fowell was seriouslj" hurt
inwardly, hut it is not known .bow
badly. "He was taken to Columbus
on a passenger train
Cvjui anv one Iirinur tis a Ciso of
Kidney or Liver Comp'atnt that
Electrio Bilters wi l not speedily
cure? Wo say they can not, us
thousands of cases already perma
nently cuied and who are daily rec
ommending Electric Bittcro, will
prove Eright,s Diaeaso, Diabetes,
Weak Back, or any urinary com
plaint quickly cured. They purify
the hlood, regulate tholboweU, aud
act directly on tho diseased parts.
Every bottle guaranteed.
For sile at 50o. a bottle by F. Harrington.
Logan, Seeking Coimi.
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and cnmeu m i"'"" ;, "-'',hniT,i.,. '
Vi,e in the custody 6f the Treasurer.
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tiCKER, Probate Judge.
,jm m uujji
Miot by Iiis Prisoner.
T5se 5J:irs!ial ci TTilEJiinglojJ,
O.. KilSed in llse Rtrcis.
A DRUNKEN MAN KILLS HIS
CAPTOR AND NARROW
LY ESCAPES LYNCH
ING BY THE IN
FURIATE'D ' CITIZENS.
Wilmimoton, O., M'cli S. This
evaning the village marshal John
T. Yan Doren, was shot and in
fctantly killed by a drunken des
perado namod Alfred Ballard
Ballard who lives a short distance
from town, came into the village
late this afternoon atul soon be
came very much intoxicated.
When in his cups he is very ab
usive and quarrelsome-. About 7
o'clock lie provoked a quarrel
with a saloon keoper named Geo.
Barlow, and threatened loucily
that he would have his life. Bar
low escaped from him, and Bal
proceeded to the corner of South
and Locust streets, where he was
arrested by Marshal Yan Doren
and Policeman George Daniels.
They started with him to the
village prison, but had not gone
but a few steps when Ballard
jarked his right hand loose, pro
duced a revolver and shot the
marshal, the bullet passing thro'
his right oye into his brain. An
immonso crowd speedily gathered
and it required the utmost exer
tion on the part, of the oflioers to
prevent them from lynching Bal
lard. As it was sonio ona in the
crowd succeeded in cutting him
severely. Re was at last safely
lodged in jail, where he now lies.
The murdered marshal-, was one
of our oldest and most respected
citizens, and has been marshal of
the village about twelve years iu
Administrator's Sale of
In piiruiRneeofan ordw of the Piolnte
CoiirtorHoeiiigcou.-fy,Ohiot I will oCer
for a-ile at public auction ou
Saturday, the 12th day of April,
ISii, atone o'clock, p, in. at the door of the
Court House of the aforosuid county, the
lollownii described real estnto tJlmite in
the comity ol HockiDn and State of Ohio,
tovrit: . . .,
The southwest quarter of the eonthepst
quarter of f-i-tioii number Ihiity-six (2S),
town-dilp number fourteen (11), of rniK--number
saveuteea (17), containing foity
Part of thr oast hairof the southeast quar
ter of section number thirty-six ((.). fa.une
t.nvmhip and lango :iitore-Mid, being mr
life or dower ekta e oi uiuuiiuu n.w-j
the twenty-threw (23) acrrs of land, taken
oil the south end of the eat half of the
s-outheistqinrterof .-aid section thirty-MX
CM, bslna th sameilowor estate set oil ana
assigned to the said Catharine Kum under
an order of thw Court of Comnion rIo.ii. or
Hocki in; county, Ohio, forth it put pose , on
the liUthday ofO tober, 1812, retorenee bo
iii" ii id to siid proceedings la s:ul Court.
The said two tracts contaiiuug siaij-u"
(63) aeics. , , , .,,
Appuiiaed at soTen hundred anu ne
Terms oPsale-One third cssh, one third
in one year and one third Intwoye.irs
from the day of sale, with liiteiest.the de
ferred pavments to besoeured by mortgage
upon the premises ,o!dhx
Executor of David Ro stou, uecM.
Wripht i Lowi v, Attorneys.
March 13. 181 3ur
In pursuance ornn order of salo granted
bv the Probate Court ot Athens Count.,,
Onio, I will offer for sale at public auction,
On Wednesday, April 16tb,lSS4.
at 2 o'clock, P. M.f upon the premises the
lollowins drsc-nlied leal tsti.te, sitnate in
Slim- township, Hocking county, Ohio, to
Tlie north half of one hundied (100) acre
lot, numbeied seven hundred and tltty-slx
IT.'i'j), lu .e-tlon six. (ti) ,-i-m
AppiuUed at lour hundred and fifty (io0)
Tonus of Sale.
Ono-hftlf CJah in h::nd, b.ilancc in liz
months fiom tha d.y of s.ile, with in.ereht
ou the deiorred p ivinent .mil secured by
,oxta.Beo.. the P'-Xi'.'cAlU.n.
Astimiueof John W.S'Ott,
BeStelKiicr & J welt, Uro-ive ior & Jone,
Attornevs. M.irch 13 ow.
Notice is hereby given that therollow-JiicrccoiiiiU.-ind
vouchers h-ive been Hied
in tlie Piobate C"ii ' Hocking county,
Ohio, to-fi-' - -.ttlement,
yeur.. s' .on, admiiilbtrator or
lhee-'t tr m Shields
and tlie-nu u. I come on Ior hearing on
ihe Ttn d ty ..I A pril, A. D. l&St, at 10 o'clock
r.. m.. or a soon thraftera-- may bo con
Teaienl. ACICKR, Probate Jndge.
Iarch 11 Sw
Jeremiah Dorncy's Estate.
mi Tt..,.f,.i i..,q lino,, HimoiutPdand
qualified a.sndmiuUtr.itoroi the est.Ueof
Jercniih Doruey, late ot Hocltina co.itdj ,
deceased. JOHN A. WA1T&.
March 13 Sw
Notice is hero given, that the following
nccnuutstind oiichcn. hpe been tiled in
the Probate Com tot llochingcounty.O.,
lorflrl partial neUIencnt.
i.,Rnhv. administrator of the estate
of Peirr Koby. dee d.
And the same will come on forbear ng on.
T.i. ,i.,v iT A mil. 1SS1. at
m, or as soon thereafter as may be -oiive-nient
" 1 Avivnit,
M-ichl3-3w Probate judge.
A Dwelling llouse in Brags
town will be sold cheap for cash.
N. J. YVEILAKD.
Feb. 21, 'Si tf
11, u tu.i-n.,
- . -. ..... ....... ...
l'lii ran .wni.i,isio uuy niuieu:n
ruu inrj .uuni.ia fcu uut lit me uiucc.
- m . . . .
it cuvei xoL-iise ol commission .1111 it
i" - '" ." ""& '-"" "" " i.
iuuraiijuH.ii wen ;ne uuovo expenses
When you buy .1 Itomcticor :few,rfome
" uiu iu uilviui; juuj un li'lULlS.
JNcwiupn Arm machines are iniitttious.
snd Ifrvr Home have aeff btylf-s of wood- f eminent.
n-orU, mid new sets ot Attachment!) tlutt Come ami spenil a trni with n. We
others dure notice. Conic and see for your- ( shall do all wec-in to advance vourinter-t.plve-
and you will be convinced that the , csh It will c-otvon something of course,
above is reliable, :ind if you have a Domes- But the training you et wilt enable yon
tic or New Home tli.it litis been inure from i
lOto'JOyeaisilonotlet'thcni humbug you
with tli.Mr s,o-e.illel new hlsh at m m.i-
chines, anil tra.le you out of it, wiiich tht-y ! Ufttk F,r larticl,,'s,TS?.,rr
i ,,. ..n, i . .. . .. .'IJ..r, I .!,v I. 11111.1.
win iry lu uu, uui uriiif j our inaclillips io
me ami I will put in the new Domestic- or
New Homo Improvements, then you will
haven better machine anil one that will
last longer than the IukIi arm imitation
ones, anil savp your money and have the
best machine in the world.
C3A11 kinds of machines and machinery
repaired in the best la.inner and at reasoa
ua.1 have 8 different Mvlcs of Machines
on hand, whl'di I will s.ll at lor rat&s.
Cull aud examine them.
Feb 21, 'S-tf Hesrt LT2.
FRO C ATE NOTICE.
rfotieots herobyplven tlint th follotr
1ns: accounts and vouchers have been Hied
in the Probate Court of Ifockim; county,
Ohio, for first aud artial aettloment,
Henry O. Haynes, administrator of the
estate of James W.ltayni-ii.dec'd.
and the s.mo irill come on lor hear
ing ou tho '.Mthclay March, 15.S1 at 10 o'
clock, a. in. or as soon theieifteras mav
beconvenient. W.T. ACKEItrPro. Juds;e
February SS, ISSi-Sw
Anna Justice, pl'ff) Common Pleas Court
t.s Hocl:ing countv, O
Wm. Justice, deft )
Haid defendiint residing at Oikland, ln
diiina, will take notice that on the 21st i a
of January, ISSl.the plai-.titl tiled lierjiet'
tion in the Court of Common Pleas o
Hocking conn ly, Ohio, beiu caue No.
I.liy, pniylna divorce from said defeni"
anton theroiintlb ot hnhitujl drnpkeue
for mm e than three years ntrl j;roi.s nesle
otduty, and said c iiise will be Tor he .ru '
at the I'ebru..ry terra ot said Court, lSi
Cv C. II. Uuerhans, atl'y.
Jan 31 Gw
WHAT IS SAID OF
THE CENTURY MAGAZINE
"The Century Iias the effect of xroater
luxury in (-ditii'g tiiau any of the- rival
inaj5.-i7.ini-." Th" N.Y. Nation and Evfii
iugP04t, U. c. G, ISS3.
"Prom the vi ry start thLs mi-jssino l.old
lytootupwtorw.ini position, and it hsi
boldly a'ul spionilidly iiiEintsui.cl i:t
l!ai--. WithtKCti nnuiburhao been cleat 1
iiiamffsted its nuressive and iitelilgcu
auterpriEe,ii(l f.ir reach rin have boen th
lesult:. DuriiiK the p".st year, TheCeiitui
has outdone its former work-in alhio-t
every one of its department?. Hone ol it
onpr.ivinKsli.ivebcen amuzinly fl:t;se
eral of those in tlieDrember number : .
particularly so the portrait of Peter c op
-r especially. And its improved exiid
lnce on the literal y Mile :. on thei'itisil--.
Tho time w.i3 when the illustrations weic
lir-t and the letter-pivsa second. It not
third, lu importance; t ut that time, lor a
year or mora, lias been pnssiiig iuielj
away." N. Y.Timo, Dec. S, lfcS3.
V Sow is the time to subscribe. Prlc",
f 1.00 a y?ar. All deilers itikts suDscriptloac
or remittanct m-i b- m-jdo direct to
THE CEKTURY CO , Xew Yorker. Y.
Pu-.n Ti'Miinuitan'l her liKsdantl.John
Ti. unions and Lewi B-i.- c-r, who TduUs i
at c.ir.ilyTiile, in .i.ilksoii county, Wuni
Vlrsiina, ilanuuh Wtsiou and her hus
baiicl, WilUiMn Woiiir, who vrhc-n
last hi'Hr.l from, reiidcd Mime whsre in the
Ktcteo! IIlinoM. and S,,rh Wilis and her
husb-iud t-!U Wilis wliosf plj.ee ofrci
dencf Is unknown will t.ikc notice tlmt
John M.Ilui'hii'iiii, li'lininistritor of the
estate of David JI. S.tAjer, drc-flifj, on
tii?Iflth d..y of Janutry. ls-Si, lHcil hii p
tltlon In the I'lohita. Conrt of Iloskt'i
county, Ohio. .-il!einj; that tn i-root)ftl
istite o- k,i.1 dei-fdcut ts In ruitiU-ienl tr.
pay htH debts, the w idv.vs allot:' nee. and
tne charges of i.diiimif'tfriiis liio Csrato;
that lie dir'd .viizst in tt-t-slntp'c or tjii
followlri!; uescri.T-d ral Cotate, si'u: te in
the county and Strfts a.orcs:,! I, to wjt:
Ucin? the noith weit quarter of thesnuth
west quarter or section number tweaty
niae (2y), towusliti number cteiuu (11), of
rauc number (IS) eighteen, i-pulainin?
t (10; iicn ? more or le-s: t'hat X'ian.i
Sawyer, as widow of zti.l dec-dent is euti
t!cd todoiver in said piemls.i,.
The iiravcr of s.iid liotilion is fortheas-
sl'4iilt-e:it ofdo'.ver t "trt" li.-u-v v-"'Tr, I
and forthtf sate o! s..m ptemisj:, dai.jeei to
such ilnwor est itc, for tho payment ofttie
debts and charges ufores'iid.
The perootin ll.oi ..bove mentioned will
further take notice taut they, together
with tho lolhiwiiiK isaait'd p-rso:is hiv
I.een m-ul pa:licsde.'-n...-.ut in wiid reti
tionas the heit-i.tt law ot stui lu intent,
viz: Allen Siwyer,K.J.It.-i!tyantI her hus
band, K ick Itelliv, li ivnl bawyer Jr.. 1:
zi Nelson and her hntiar.d, tsfiimii-l 3ei--on.Juha
riawyer an 1 Oltvc J S.ih ?r
minor heirs of John Sawyer, iieee-iseit,o- .
of the hoiis at law of Uvid,M. S f?,.
d.-ce:is. it, and li:'ii-i f? iwv.t, a-, v jt,v,-
S!iildertdt,,,t, and tlit i.k y irrt n-ouiri
to .-inss,"er til s'm"0 j or lie o ; t'.'- u
div ot M-iri-!i, lb" 1: and t.i..t the case ii s-et
for heirimjon the 31 t .iav of Mi.rch, lbM.
at 10 o'clock, a. in.
j:o v.. BITCH A KAN'.
A'lm'n Ktr.it or a itorer.id
Tv Wvls'.it i'; TiOWrj . atl'y.
January H ';w
A Qrsat : Probkm.
Take All The
I 1 7C8
Aud Indisiostion Cures,
And Billious SpGoiHc?.
BiUiM 65 JN1LJ4VJ!.
In short, take all the best qualities of all
the-e,and the beM qualities or all the best
Medicines of the World :ini!-.yoii will find
.. . ,,,i ,ii-i.r-i I....., tl, h.M.t ciir:tl0
qualities and powt-is of all eoncetmaled ,n
tlii-in.nnd that they will cure when ai;y or
allot these, siimlv or combintil. fail, a
ii,n,i, ,r;.i .nil pin. nnhitive uioofofi
'",,"" " "rFel, 21. l.-4w
... ..II . IMJTW.T.r .-- i
Tit, aO I lUf..
accouut..imlvoticliehiie been tiled in
the ProbAteCourt or iiockib""'".1 .
the will annexed of Nancy E. Campneu
.l.-lllir-f ILj. jm . .....--. --
Maillii, ojwx in
IJIt- "' ......v..." rf . .-
m.o'rassoou there-fter asmay be conve
m.orasooiitnerc--iierfcij ""' -
i S"i-iiJs D s S 1 1'. V" il"s.i5
py ' ,'-V. eve's v K fA & 1 a J
j Wo desire to call yonr attention to the I
diitton to tlie I
I Kormal Department oitiieunio
,iv. Tim ?ri tpnii will beuin i
t ikji v ii!iii mntp a SDecialtv
iTeachurs Clavs during tins letm. merei
will be clawtin Arithmetic, U.S. IIlMory, (
Grammar, Bnplish Analjbi--. 1'olitical Oeo-
graphy.PhysIeul Geography, Krt'dJnsr, ; ,mw,TTT m?A"' 1 Z(
dpelHn AlSet.m, Geometry, i-ooU-keep-;(3XlICIjLxl.iiOji " " ICpw.
' 111". '11I11HI1SI111. ailU Jlltui mil J..w-r
x rui. r. .11. .Harbin, mu wmnvii ..,. ..
cessful teUcherofKtocuUon.has been ca-
gairel to g1e instruction in Unit branch.
Tho tnUiiiut: class for teachers, will bean
. t u, -r ir..!.. .1 t.. ... nri mr..
important feature ofonr v;orfc. This class
- will meet several tlm? each week to hs-
cuss motliods of ttiucliir.autl school ?ov-
to roimranil hi-'Uer wastes, ji
... " i , , .- ,
y - ''1! h"'' be able to m:ike j
auti tnus yoa
Feb i:l .iv.
(i. P.COIiEB, Athens.O
The Hoard of School Examiner of fiOKan
Viilago will hold resular incetinr? for the
Examination of applicants for teachers'
ei titicate3..isfollowa, viz:
On the Third We(ine?day of Feb
ruary. April. June, Ausiitsr,
October aud December.
at the office of the SurPfiatendant, In thrt
School Bmlrliii!; of said Villase. tonimon
oiacat 10 o'clock, a.m.,of each dr.y.
Uy order of Exam i neris,
A- II. WiMOK.Chir'K. Juno 21y
AS of toe bent, both new snd old. Plants. Troeet
Vines, heeda He, by mail, a epedilty. fiaarnjj
I cuoice.caeap, 8 1 Sets,ror exampls:
' J IF16Pl"l8PXEXDIIi
t9 KX. -ifcJKTer-
OW rfaWaC I O FLOWEE SEEDS, i
far ths MJifrr E8 fit Rets snd 1.(1(11 thine ha.
ides, send for oar Illustrated Catalogue ofjover lot
VSOeStfteoJXoKt txtttrnurmort relaaiiXJEstab?
Eahea30jrs. SOOacrea. 31 largo Qreenlioue,
VAIKBSV2XL2. UkSM COUNTT. mUM
rttCAia tor.-t-, . blooyxSe.
WWI'ttJ? 1 1 Rcai3W
MSe ,rlUr."a i ;
lirioch JvnrfiiMter'a Estate.
Til's miderfcJsnwI k3 haen sppolnt''!
:art ii;t-.'lfi;da8 Admi-iiitntur of :hi ?
tt vf di'Jv.'h Ivirshn-r, latf of tiociunc
J,n.U Sv. Adiiiinistriitor.
Mr. U. K.
i.vs.n.. ca"en ms itis by r. i
T'ta' Bott's of Dr Kinv
Uisfo-cvy. for ("nntutiiptioii. which
e?.ued him 5'- pr'usire a Ltrr
- - i
t'ft, tlist corapi'-lch cured him. when j
Doctors. Chat)S Of Ciimste, ana j
everything elss had fatted. Asthma
Bronchilif. Ilonrfstiefa, Sovere
Coughs and al Throat and Luna
di.ttv.sp. it is sMir.n'-r.ted to cure
Triat w.ittts. froc ai F. llArrinetoaV
Lrs;c !?.. $1.00.
"Feb. 15, lyr. -
Mow fflaicb Cases crs Mak.
Tiiia process of miiauiactnro -wi LaTMateA
by James Eoes, trho ctortad ia busiaee ia
1S54, sad the method and tools nsod im.
nziing tLcs trttch caa ire covrd fey
pctenU. Thta is the o-.fy vaich eats wade
under this proeea. Por xaasy years iha in-.
troduction of tkesa goods wa3 Jow, oTrhsg
to popular prejudiea against "plated"' gooda,
bnt gradually ths public learned that tha
James Bom? Gold IVaieh Gist ns not a
cheap gcld-Ka3Jicd or elietro-plaied article,
but Tras made of ciuine gold plate of
standard quality and thiatmss. Conscienticae
adherence to the detenninatfoa to mW
the bat -watch case ever put on the market,
and the adoption of 7y improvement
suggested, has ntade tho James JBosf Gold
WalcJi Case the standard. XS0&ma
In this -patch case the porta & &
most subject to frcar tho bow, erotcn, hinget,
tfumo-catehes, etc., aronade of SOIJD GOID.
Bl s nst rtMP 1 K-7tMie TTitfk Ct VttUain, MO'
fetykio, P., trfcill!ollltl PnjhIrtifcow!ask
ZTtmm Corf aa4 EjImo WUh Cm ar au4o.
(To it cantlKuedJ
Infants and GhiSdren
PitlioTrt TKarriiAao or TTarcotJno.
"What gives our Children rosy cheeis.
What cures their fevers, mates them sleep;
When Eabic fret, and cry by turns,
VVliat cures their cohc, kills their worms.
TVhat miickly cures Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion :
Farewell then to 3IorphIne Syrups,
Castor Oil and Paregoric, and
Centaur Liniment. An dh-
soluto euro for Eh on mat ism,
Sprains, Earns, Galis, &c and as
Occupies a Room iu the
UoKeepsa selected stock of roady ma do
Roots and Shoes. ,
j . TrJ:,sr-i
ij-c m;ni iL'sirui io,
i Ti.triv neri of i ood Und. in Liberty
'J,'", F'bUT the otf Ph-kcVingion
souu - . cultivation. 2 acre
. . .-. w.,m., i ....,.- ..... ...si...
- , ;;mi)cl.E00.l dwelt mi Iiousch and barn
d: uweii uu iiuiiH'N iiiii n.fciii
! . i ...... ..,.j,r.i Af ,tir.i'f rrnii -onvu
b. .-fi- i'i v ll- mar-
nient to neli
ndrtr-si bv latter ut I5jdl. Ohio.
- -- - - roWI, yKN'CEK.
- , on ovac
Ka ra fe-fea tr yL S -
,, q p a m
7LXV JKKXI8I2CG- It-A-XIZS.
Ixv'i 3 w'k i vr'ka 3 m's 2iu 1 y'r
2 inch 2.10 d.7.i
3 inch ! ".CO 3.7."
4 inch 3..V) 5.50
5 inch 4.00 7X0
K col. .50 s.r-o
'A col. 7.0t 10.C0
Y- col. .s.0.1 12.IIH
1" col. 10.00 17.W
3.1 ( X'.tO-
12 fO IC
I M.CO 3.ei;
5 CO KC'.Otl'
6JW ', lil.00
10 00 ' 15.0(1
r i.iO 20.00
29.C0 J S3.
Bininexserdsof Uvo liu orlwsitu per
Simple announcement ofmarrisscsand
dfciths. ami church ami benevolent socisty
notices inserted fr-e. Any additions to
obituary notices will be charged 5sntsper
Lualbusinss notices 10 santa per, Una.
SCCSCS1PTI0N 2 .GO IEE ISATS
Zaucrm)n?rKzii ympm J.'ff,"
JidTAULISIJED IN 1S56.
THE OLD K3LTABLS
iroulilacnoiinroto tho citliens of Lognxt
n' viniulty that he has purebd the
lavness, Safltlles, Collars, -"
jfK. (.. Smdoraon aud will eonMnss tb
)U3inus nt the old itaud, whsro wll, k
Mind yaddl.Jof evury description from St
o S15, Buitsj Ilarne-sofiill yraiic. pries
mm 5 o WV. Wort IItrnk, heavy and
Ic:htiromSJ2ti5Si;; I'jiUars uf 3ll kinds
i rom oOetsso very bat Wool Collar aG"
npp rljwi tiler for S2JM. "Whip in euil-
I U3 vari!y, largS3t ktici: of One warraa-
ted halcboue whips in tbectty.
ITnmg and Chaina at low"
pricfa, Curry Cumbs and' -Bvushfta.
A good Ceittb
a tsd Brush for 2s5e.
A larja itocic of beintlful Plush Lap Rco.
eood ainurtmeut of llorso COTrs Act
Blsukts. A"?ry bust IIarno3 Oil at $t tt:
por gallon, f nsothe very besi, lonUnal
mil aniploy iio.o out sUillod rrorkinon.
Ctll and nxamlne nty stociaml prism -
fore purchasing. All j;o!e fully ivarraB
tet. R.-psirin promptly done. 8!up in
Vrisht BIocS, opposite First Bnnk orLojii'
Notice Is hereby glvoa that tha followinx
acconnta and vouchers have bi-en GTcd ia.
the Prolnte Court of Hockini? County. O.,'
for 'tret anil final settlement.
Georae W. Brelim, adniinlsSrsfcr of tho
ettatfof.Mary Itowe, dee'd.
an-l thame will coma on for harlnc on
the 21 dtyof M:-.reh,l& at lOe'cloct.a.m.,
oras.ioim thorarftcras nny imconvenSeut'
f . T. ACJCEE, Trobule J uJgp.
Feb. zs nr
Totice 5s hereby i veil, that the follow
ing accounts and ruuoherha.re been filed,
in UieViobate. Omit of HoeViug county,
Ohio, for firsit pnrtiat sc-ttlt inert.
estate of John llsyr-e-s, dsc'rt.
A.,,1 tl,.. wti "l?t mnin rti fni
hearing on the sua
may b convenient.
in uay or .:arcn. iiSM
or ua oon thereafter .'
v. m. r. ACii.iii;. -rooace JUJga.
Febrt nary "s 3r
TToticciT hereby given that the follow -lnj:accoutiand
vuuehcrshave been flla
iu the Probata Court of Ilociiins comity,
Ohio, for settlement,
William Itider, guardian of Margaret
.audtheinie ajUicome on forliearlriscs
ttlic 2tlh dry rd March, 1S4, at 10 o-.
clock, . ni., or asoon thercatter a may
To Al! "Whom It May Concern.
I lierebwvani all person- aginit trust
ins ficxirse W. Knale ou my account, as "?
will not pay any of hi- deb3 coiitrafito-ii
heretofore or hereafter.
March C iK Enterprise, O.
TVo-jinJ A CATHOLIC JfAN otbui-
t Y tiaitl. l inasdNposition and itcmly
habits ilust ti-ivc-1 short distuaes In Mo
tion in which hereiid'-s. A active, Intel.
H!?utliMily aNo wante.1. Apply, wrthra
ferenci to EEM21NGER B3..S 311, Urrnrt-v-.y,
If air York. Jlarcli. 5 3T.
P RO B ATP NOTICE.
:ro'I-e is hereby .ii ven, tliit tho fp!lor- "ib,.-.
in- account-, ant: vmiei-er have been tiled -la
the Probate Court of Hocking couniy-1 v -Ohio,
for It pr.rtii.: .rettteinenU -.
ci-Tnu I II. Utish.. Executor of the estate
of Jnnn f. Blower. deceived.
iMid the same will come- on for hearinz on
the .7tU day of Hnn-h, 1SS). ct 10 n'clcclc
.i.m. or j soon there ifter as may be con
enient. AV. T. ACKER, Probsts Jtiege.
Febuary 21 Zv
WsiGHTS Indian VeqetasleFills
And all Bilious Ccrnpiaints
Sale to take, bein purely vejietable; no grip-.
lag, rrieeaicts. AU Orugffsa.
James McGrady's Estate.
Notice-is hereby given that tho under
sineil ha- been appointed and qualified,
u. Administrator oi tlie estate of James
MoGnidy. late or Hoekln? comty, Ohio.,
de e-ised. , JAS. L. McGIUVBr.
Jan 31 ivr Administrator
SlSrr.'PtSSI, Hlvorrido.raJ. Tia drr elicela b-ci.
s, liroit. X.02C3, tall ida, $3 p., rout;, cost, tea.
HEALTH, EEA8TV,LGSG3iIV. .
jjrr PACES.H!-rt.-3,ij clthaadsiltt -.tc
L'Ot3c.KCaL-rr-o-f'iIJ.siPJ!'Arc- ..- ??-.
si.ia j noaltb. IwaatT sii.i de-P, long IIS dJra-bl-.
Tto hiEiIraac3 ara con jdcri Iar3 blooI ro-fi-edforhealth.
clear nUarTMtcpca conn tfl3Pj:r-I'-tpsutr:
nerro force to bito wMfo-wOCvtoccms ssd 1'SS
t o. Every father, moth!-, man rnd fipki olonki
-cr.di:. SentsKded bTEr.WiU'i.'Vaiili.EOracoSt.
ar-i-np.ti o. the exa,i 3;wciaLst, cataclUhgd S ye -
Ts A V)?fr on Jama River. Va., In ii
ililriO Northern ttlemcnt. II-.
lustr.ttid circular iree. J. F. M.icha, Claro
mout.Viri:iiii.i. (Feb. 21, 'S-i fw
Kc- aie aud Lil'Ies, paper, 10c ; clotti 250.
i mil of Wild (Vive, p tp r.Jtw- tolli-J5i
I.l.i"of the Dust, j pi nui-. c r.th :V.
J." inn and LIIUes,.cro-v,i of Wild Olive
and Uthn-s of the 5-ist.t'i one volumi-, ha!f
Unssia.rel eiiges "v-. Modern Painters,
Stonesof Venice, etc., m preparation.
L-r"ie cntali iri""- 're"
JOHK IJ.AL.DiiN, Publiher.lS e-ey Str.
ew York. (Feb.21,S4-4w
An Only Daughter Cured of-Qon-suniption.
Vv'hen death wis houriy espeethd. all
r-iiiwliesh.iviii-4 failed, and Iir. ILJams,-u-.-us
exjenraentin4 wttti the many hirb
which titnil-'JiW only tiuf ofCou
simit on. Ilw -JiiM i i.ow i.i i'iis mien
try si.id iMijuy.nsr i'n list of 'it-n::i. Ho
hsis proved to the world thai ConiUiiJintlon
c-in be jisitifi.v siiH per-n.rjent: cured.
ThoDoc.or nu.T ive-i this reee.pt lre, on
1 v ash ing two J-ci ut stamp- to pay expen
ses. This Ucxh alo cures !clit iiuoatH,
N'auea at theStoiiuich.aii.l will bri afc up
a frosh cold ini! hours. AdilreMrCraddocte
& Co., I ,tCi Ua -e street, 1'hlladelph in. nam
ing this paper. (Feb 21. 3I-4r
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iillCC UUUU i tviiXiO AUi ftiC
uihtftn i rnn h'ttttic thw .ntn
'. r ., . , 1
For further pttrticulars iittjui-t
re of T. f. ilcUarlhy. Sheriff.
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