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LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY MAY 15. 1881.
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SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 1M2K YEAR.
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L. GltKEST, EDITOR ASP l'BOPBICTOR.
The city of Pierre is the county scat
of of Hugbes county, Dakota, and is lo-
a .. tltn onct. li.njil: nf the Missouri
:.. : ilio trmrrnnlilf:Ll l!Clltrr Ol tllG
proposed new Slate oi South bnkota,
5.i : nnnnc;ti tlm confer of the ureat
Sioux reservation. It is the present Ditb
terminus of the Uakota central uirnu;ii
,i- ;; nf tlio Chieaco & Northwest
ern Railway; 1- distant 7sl miles irom
Chicago, and through drily trains with
out chance of car run between the two
cities in 32 hours.
TI13 city is mainly built upon the
large and broad terraces overlooking
the riyer with its wooded banks and
islands, and as the slope of each ter
race or beach is toward the river, the
eity is perfectly drai icd and is tree
from the dangers resulting from floods
or imgerfect sewarage.
j. c.aoirnci,M. . i.c.wmr.m, -
CAMPBELL & WRIGHT,
ANo locil Surgeons fr.vV " VttlT.".-r
deSTELGBll & CABLfc.
I Physicians $ Surgeons
1 . 1 !..,... vain street.
OlUce at Dr. Jama l"ii,. i
June 20. lSS2-ly
POPULATION OF PIERRE
It has an excellent municipal government-
The Presbyterian College of
Southern Dakota, now in operation,
and numerous ward schools, offer supe
rior educational advantages. There is
one first class hotel, the Wells House,
and ten second class hotels open ; two
daily and fonr weekly newspapers, four
banks and numerous wholesale and re
tail houses in various branches of trade.
THE SURROUNDING COUXTKY
is thily settled bj farmers and com
prises the finest tarmmg lana in wako-n
a. Quarter sections or farms of I GO J
acres, every foot of which can be culti
qoted, car. be bought from 3G00 to 1200
depending upon their distance from the
city. Government land can be taken
up withtn ten miles from the city- The
country west of the river and included
in the great Sioux reservalion which it
is expected will be thrown open to set
tlement this Spring is the best wheat
growing land in Uuuota.
A Shipping Point.
Pierre is a shipping point for all
Black Ilills freight sent over both the
Chicago & Northwestern and Chicago.
Milwaukie & St. Paul Railways. Ship
ments via the latter line to its .Missouri
river terminus at Chamberlain are sent
up the river to Pierre for trans-shipment
to the Hills. The traffic between
Pierre and Deadcood is immense. In
the transportation of freight there are
10 000 oxen and mules and 2,000 men
constantly employed, t h e tonnage
amounting to about, 70,000,000 pounds
per annum, and ihe money annually
paid for freighting amounting to over
?GOO,000 is expended in Pierre-
Pierre is the head-quarters for .riili
tarrlaud Itauch Supplier-, forwarded
by river to the varions forts a.-d mili
tary posts and to various points along
the "Big Muddy," where &m:i!l settle
ments have spru: g up- Pierre h:isth"
trr.de, altogether of not less han.'iO,
000 ppople, including Indians. U.S.
A. Quartermaster's office, government
store houses, and offices of a Collector
t)f Customs, and Internal Revenue Col
lector are located here- In the river
traffic there are twenty-five steamers
engnged during the season, plyiug be
tween Pierre and the points above and
Durinr the past season there was
erected a brick court-house: three
brick business blocks, and over H'lO
wooden buildings, involving -in expen
diture of ever .? 1, 500,1)00. There is now
in process of erection the Park Hotel, a
bricd structure 100x120. four htories
high, and everything indicates that
there will be a great incre:i.--e in build
ing during the year l.Sril, and there
will be an active demand for building
material and mechanics in all branches
of trade: ,.,-,-
The first industry established m
Pierre was brick making,of which there
was manufactured last season over, 1
008,000 of superior quality, ami ar
rangements have now been completed
to manufacture more than 3,000,000 the
coining season. There is a great de
mand here for iron work, and a foundry
and machine bhop which could make
cast pieces for building5, breaking
plows 'or the farmers, ana do rnnr
-work on implements and sM.am-i.oats,
would do a very profitable business,
J. H. DYE,
Phisician $ Surgeon,
Corno'rofValn ami Mulberry streets, m
Tan ?Clw- gvN-.O
I'husician S Surgeon,
- .a c .i rwinmliiisstroet
.ifflcaiu BBlWInfe North
Columbus, hticet. June a,
May Tcrrti, 1S84.
W. G. WILLIAMS,
Otlcc in tho Xow Building, ttrstdoo
wStoffleS. llai tiuan'-. Main st Julyl-.
W W ilONHOE,
.. 11 1.. ..ri 1011 rPitrK. Hour
iiinra niwh :ui 1113 num - - .
V w - -.i irlnttia iinv '
irom8fiSaiiii ni m iin. ;" "...,; - tj
positc Catliolic unuicii. u.u "- y - . a. vv jj.
pel's Drugstore. J 10' k" QTS
S. W'KLDY. 'M. P. MUCK.
WELDY & PRICE,
ATTQB.ftEY AT LAW.
Office, Dollitou Building. Market SUct,
LOGAN, - - OHIO.
Feb 21, ISSt ly
1.. j. uuuon. -I0HN' "Assax
BURGESS & HANSEN,
Attorneys - at - Law,
Office in Dollkon Block
rear of Court
April i iy
A U. BROOKE,
Attorney - ah - Law,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Will trive special .attention to col'eclions
andconv-yanfing. AWo re-il estute ajjen--y.
o:ii- ii tilt Gazette office.
GEORGE W. BREHM,
Attorney - at - Laiv
Otnccin City Building.
John W Scott et al
Miller, Green & Joyce
Monday C'k Iron Co
Thos E Tilton
W H Everett et al
M G Johnston
John Haynes et al
Geo F Hartman
Village of Logan
Johu H Baird et al
John H Arney
G.W Lloyd et al
Ezra C Harsh
Celia A Beery et al
Mary E. Evins
S B Westenhaver
Silas H Wright
JOHN F WHITE,
Attorney . at : Law,
" AND NOTARY rtJBLIC.
Ollice wiiu Grecian in the James, block
A Manufacturing .Business,
or, nnlr 1,i Kt nlllisllfd Sit PierrO. Oif-
v,n v...j ..- -- - 1
ing to the low freigu'. rates obtained,
competition between river ana rinron-i
transportation, the abundance of wood,
which is now selling at St per cord,
and the immense quantity of c.il and
other raw material in the adjacent res
ervation west of the river.
A Jobbing 'I ratio
has already been developed by Pierre
merchants with the Black rliils and
the country up and down the river, and
...I., .. inw-nr rfltp nf irfi-Tilt til a 11 Call
s. it. bright. o.w.n.-,vi::nn
BRIGHT k WRIGHT,
Attorneys at L aw
Ollice in James Block over First Natloa
CARL. it. BUERUxVUS,
Attorney at Law,
AND NOTARY l'UIH.lC.
n.wviv Wills. -.lortiraces. Leases, Coutrncts
ii!tl all attention plven to colirctions
Ollice in tlie Court House. July i J
J.. A. THSsISG. W. A. BONALWOK
TOSSING & DONALDSON,
I'i'TOSSSKS AT LAW
NEW LEXINGTON, OHIO
Prompt attention given to all local busi
ses'i. juue l-
L. D. YIOXERS,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
OHc in .Tamis BIocJc, east end, ovo
HU'.iop, Hlsins & Comley's. Ilrdwar
U.rr. m:lJ 1S1
njt-.i isaM ira
mm uw-i fFr
PIUST B INS OF LCSAlf
G, B & H
B & W
Wm Febus etal Buerhaus
D J Cresap
0 W James
Eliza NagglelB, n&P
White S. M. Co B, H&P
Geo Henklo et al
B, H AP
Hocking Co., O
Village of Logan
Mary E Blackwell
John N Smith
Hock. Co., O. etal
State of Ohio
J W Friend et al
Martha J Savely
C. H. V. & T. It. R. CO
Jacob M Rillgers et al
Allen Straus et al
Jas L McGrady
Mary Jane McGrady
II V McClelland
John T Albin et al
State of Ohio
Philema Mahuey et al
Allen R McBroom
B, H P
B, H & P
B, H & P
Zelda R Beery
C W James
J C Adams, et al
Samuel II Her
Hiram G Lama
& S. M. Co
Henry S Adcock
Geo Smith, adm. et al
Geo Meichel et al
John W Jones
White S. AL Co
Jacob A C;;pp et al
G W Smith, adm
M B Freedman
State of Ohio
State of Ohio
State of Ohio
Weldv & Price
State of Ohio
Soum Ili.ooMiNGVii.Lf:, O.
Mr. Editor : I read tin article
in your colu ni lis on "Cheap Teach
ing," and i take my pen to avenge
teachers right?. I was amazed to
think that a man who seems to he
ATIslfc to Logan.
AfJcr 31any Years-
(Juc!2on Herald. )
Last week it was proposed to
hold a consiiltution meeting of Dem-
ocrats in Logan, for tho purpose of
ocrats in igan, lor uio purpose or
so intelligent as he. wou'd announce fix,n., t,;e tfnie? seect;ng tbe p!ace '
such erroneous ideas to the public: j am ce,erinillin the r.aio 0f rep
We are ail placed in this world to '; . jUfljcijll Conven-
We will issue a CAMPAIGN
SKNTINEL, beginning the
1st Week in June
and closing with the week follow
ing the Presidential Election.
Single Subscribers, 75 cts.
Clubs of 20 or more, 50 cts.
IXVARIiBSir IS ADVANCE.
The Sentinel will contain all
the LOCAL NEWS of interest,
and importance. It will present
TUq Issues Faisly
and advocate to the best of our
ability the advancement of Dem
ocratic Principles and the elec
tion of Democratic Candidates.
Cvsh Capital 50.000
J. YfALKER, P:esident
C. E. T3owi Cashier.
D.-a-ier.ilb.iiiklnf iilnpss. receives
(l.po-,lt, li:onnts jv-per ami buys aiiil
".Us.jx.-Sj ,nse. Hauls: in center room of
tlie lamos block. .Tan4,,b!tJ.
THS "PEOPLES BAITS
Hannah E Thompson
Matthew A Thompson
G A Johnston
Nelson Bausher, adm
Albert Vansickle, adm
of Ellen Fulford, dee'd
Alice M Harper
, N M Palmer
Nancy Palmer et al
Wm H Everett
Eureka Oil Co
G W Brehm, adm
G F Haynes
Henry O Haynes
M L Deflenbaugh et al
J B Riason, adm
Nelson Fetherolf etal
State of Ohio
Robert Robey et al
Rufus A While
John Ball, Sr
B, W, W, P, & a
B, H & P AS McBroom
B 4 W Robt Davey, Const
Slate of Ohio
State of Ohio
John W Friend
Willi IU"W ! -' -.-w.--- - .
be obtained at V.'alertown or Huron or ! f1 j Camttll $50 000. i Staler
anyotherpointinSouthCentr.il l).vOff6i KjUpVUlb $0 V vvv.
kou. andJeing the n!y railroad point ' :.,.hIo?m
V, B & W
-on the boundary of the reservation Imiivi.uia. nao.niy .iu"- -.---
soon to be opened. T.crre is defined to . CULVER- President,
become a grea jobbing center. j u- A' VJ,J '
ACTIVITY IX REAL ESTATrij REUSES OCLVB R, Cashier
iVcann last yer.r and mor a! vrri-! icril T bulnc. Office
made than m the previous two ye.. r Room i.7 j,, opera Hotue. Nov 1, '8.1-ly
of the city's prowth, and there lias b-en wMa!mMVUmj.mil a. ,
-a heaiMilnl.uradunl adv.uu-o in the price
of city property, ana every one has .
made moiiev bv oneratinii in iw, .-.-,
tate. The indications po:iit to an early
sprins's business and an advance in
ir a -r g$
B. C. McMANIGAL,
At Carlisle's Old Stand, Opposi e
the Court House.
.Vistpiu aaxti Fancy Groceries, j &
" i i
Opportunities for Business. Pays the Highest Price for Pro
Pierre is an excellent city to engage duce. Qct 'y
in any kind of mercantile pursuits, li)'.'" hi-j. "
Wholesale or retail, oecause us rai... , tt,,..
lreijiht are low; it is the center ot a; WalllUt blTeCD HOUSC,
fertile farming country and the supply
.uui a .-. , -..i.,, cTOt lwtnnn Sixth mill
pcint ot numerous cities aim vitiates
1 .J . tt.o liiinl-s nf tllp MifiSOUrl.
This is a good point to engage in pr vrjTX'X ATI
manufacturing business of any kind, OIux-ai
and liberal aid will be given to any
manufacturing i:idustr There is a Wu'ct (jlaSS
good opening for the manufacture ot . iimnt?Mlt?
any article used in building, for Hour pOinilWlt!.
.Tnlllo nnH for hear inanuiacturing, i
Walnut Street, between Sixth and
mills, ana .or necr inanuiauiuiM.;,, i
There are opportunities to invest in Popular Price 5J.OO rer ila
real estate which will produce hand- s,.,TTrmvrrir.P,on'(
-,-. I v t
III all Al)-; vicuers
OAKS & LODWICK, Tiop's.
. -! .nn.i- ll.lK 111 inn
some returns, uu .uuitv.-, uo-. ...
, .ri.i: 1... .....1 ...ill -..i,- J.lii. li'
erection oi uuuuuip i.ns """ i"-
25 per cent- If you desire to avail, PROBATE NOTICE
vourelfoi the opportunities pretenieu , ..... , ,, '
fniMiew country1 L,d a rapid growing f&&Ff Weldy
;,- A .iah ;niv reliable lnlormation ...';,... i,..-...,,,. pi,rt. nf Hnckiii'' coinitv. . .on';
Ohio, for Mxth8Ui.llli.alscttlcineit, -rT-i
J.aac llus-ivKer, houi.ii ... "!. t. i y icucla
n rcterence to Pierre, it will be gladly
uriiishep by au-.rcssmg
A.nu the .same win come on lor
,. .. it.Ii rlnv nf Mav. lSt.
10 oVIook, a. in., or as soon thureattcr as
62 "TOrnr! -T TT . G?. ' hoarlng. on tbo ' Ktli day of May, l5-l.
Kft T f JCJLi.AJ.5 at
C H Tawson, adm
Mandus B Reber
Orr. Brown &
Price et ai
Isom Finley et al
C W James
A H Willige
Ann M McFadden
Collins & Moore
John W Vansant
Isaac Bolts et al
Geo W Brooks
Elizabeth Clark et al
Fletcher Wilson et al
Jas R Grogan
Mary E Williams
Thos Cook et al
State of Ohio on rela
tion of Simon Jarvis
Trustees of Starr twp.,
Hocking county, Ohio
Mingo B & S Asso'n
i Thos P Johnston
Anna Leach et al
John W Jones
Unknown heirs of
Daniel Fuller, deed
With a majority of people it is no
experiment that Dr. Bosanko's
Cough and Lung Syrup is a sure
cure for Coughs, Colds, Pain in the
Lungs. Soreness Li the Chest, ect ,
but for those who doubt, ask your
neighbors who lave used it or cet
a free sample bot:le o! Miller & Ca
se's, the Druggist Regular size 50
cent and $1.00.
The proof of the pudding is not
in chewing the stung, but in having
an opportunity 'to test 'he article
direct. Miller & Case, the Drug
gist, has a free trial bottle of Dr
Bosanko's Cough and Lung Syrup
for each and every one who is af
flicted with CoiiL'hs.Colds. Asthma,
Consumption oraay Lung Ailection
Sure Cure for Piles.
The first symptom of Piles is an
intense itchingat night after getting
warm- This unpleaat sensation is
immediately relieved by an appli
cation of Dr. Bosanko's Pile Rem
edy. Piles in all its forms, Itch,
Salt Rhume,and Ringworm can be
permanently curen ny uie use oi
this reat remedy. Price 50 cents.
AfiinnfiiRttired bv The Dr. Bos-
anko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold
by Miller & Case.
CAUSE OF FAILURE.
Want of confidence accounts for
half of the business failures of
today. Miller & Case, the Drug
gist, is not liable to fail for the want
of confidence in Dr.Bosanko's Cough
and Lung Syrup, for ho gives
away a bottle freo to all who are
suffering with Coughs, Colds. Asth
ma, Consumption and all affections
the Throat and Lungs.
Containing Speeches from our
ablest men, will be frequently
furnished, and the readers kept
posted upon the living political
issues of the Campaign.
We wish our
to interest themselves in help
ing to increase the circulation,
and thus aid in the spread of
Democratic Principles and the
success of the Democratic Party.
on Political and Current News
Matters is solijited from every
0" Money can be sent by
Mail at our risk.
Address all communications to
Mav 1 6w Logan, O.
Important to Grand Jury
FKOM. THE PROSECUTING
The Prosecuting Attorney re
quests that persons desising to ap
nonr nr snnd witnesses before the
Grand Jury, should furnish iim
with a list of the names of witnesses
at least ten days prior to the session
of the Grand Jury, when the cause
of the complaint is in oxistance at
that time, otherwise as soon as pos
The Grand Jury meets on Mon
day, Miv 19th, 18S4.
Parties having grievances, or
having a knowledge of crimed com
mitted and who do not make re
port, must hold themselves respons
ible and not the officers of the law,
for any failures to bring guilty par
lies to punishment-
G. H. Buerhaus
May 1st 3w.
do good to each other, and for the
improvement of society ; and noth
ing serves so gr at a part in ac
complishing this end as a culti
vation of the men'al faculties. Wo
are placed here to cultivate our
minds, acquire knowledge, and pre
pare oureelves to enter another
j world. Our happiness in this world
iinu in me next, uuptsiius very luiicn
upon our education. Ifthero is one
whom f pity, it is one who has been,
or is likely to be wrecked upon the
rock of ignorance. God help the
Education is necessary In every
active business of lifo. School teach
ing ranks second in importance,
and I doubt if it falls much below
ministry : then, why should it ho so
The author of that article would
like to make it a dependent work :
Ah, Teachers, -ou can make it in
dependent if you will. Are you to
be slaves? no, you are to respecta
ble for that. When he is compair-
your work with oilier laborers, he
forgets the time to prepare yourself,
to keep prepared and your expens
es connected with it, besides the
good you bestow upon society.
He also Tvnntsto StilHtrrrcr-yortir
wages. What is the matter with
our schools to-day, but the low
teaching. Why are our best men
quitting tho work ' Because they
receive so little ihat they cannot de
vote their whole time to it, which
they should. If wages wore higher,
teachers would be detter prepared,
work harder, devote their wholo
attention to it, schools would be bet
ter, education raised to a higher
standard, aud hence much good done
Wages are too low. Which would
be best ; to hire a good teacher for
$50 or $90 'a month, or a teacher
that is worthless for $15 or 520, or
even nothing. If the mind is train
ed wrong it cmnot he moulded
anew, and it is mined forever
He says "the work is not so hard" as
the labor : well, he never taught school.
A man who works on "the farm, etc, is
only half tired, and then physically ;
but when his body ind mind arc tired,
he is then tired, both physically and
metaphysically. A man who devotes
his time to the training of oxen to work;
you can easily guess his idea of train
ing the human mind.
Yes, Director, "Iloldyour meetings,"
enslave the teacher, degrade eduction,
ruin public schools, and this yon will
do, and your "meetings"' too. The day
for a County Superintendency is not
far'uwav. This work is to important to.
be in the hands oc farmer directors.
His plan of testing teachers would be
based on the scale of money, instead of
the principles of knowledge, and in this
way any one could teach, and he would
give his teacher a few coppers and re
ceive no good, so he would have mon
ey all the way through ; aud where
would he put education ?
Teachers, let us stand up for our
rights, let us organize ourselves and
set our prices, ourselves. We have it
in our hands; and this I beg you not
to forget, keep alive ; and we will see
who.will yield. We work against each
other, and ourselves as long as we are
They are compelled to have school,
and you are compelled to teach. It is
not necessary for you to "kick," uutil
they catch you, and get the harness on
you ; and then kick, as it you intend ro
stTike. Hut do not let them catch you
Stand up for your rights as men. foil
irTtl liivutftRnr p T.rpmiiim til tinpli
I would like to write nearly a page, but
ular Barry Amoroso is known ev
ery where rs the clever proprietor
of t e well kept Rempcl IIouso.
But these remi-i?ence.s must give
way to reflections loss delightful,
and we must c'osc this hastily writ
ten sketch of Logan and some of its
citizens, hoping to bo able to re
sume it at a time when we hare
...... nnm ..ml li,i.nrn n,f. 41 m 11
limit iu.jiu i.uv iwauio, .mu
resentation for a Judicial conven- , ,. ....
tion, to nominate three circuit J udg
es for this the Fourth Circuit. ( Higher PriCCdOP
Ghas. Roads and oursclf went to Opposed to Cheap Teachers.
Logan to look after the in'erefcts of
; Jacket County. A number of, Rentinel-Wo notice a niece
delegates from various counties met pub,jshe(1 ;n llie gentinel of laSt
in iiic v Din b muni in j"".hi, .ih.
after consulting and interchange of
week headed "Cheap Teachers,"
onrl airmail In' n Trnrmor' Tf t.llO
views deteiminod to submit the ntWn haj any chiIdren to 6end.
whole matter with reccommeda ' .. , . u..h i.t o h
tions.to the delecatcsof the coun-i, . ', ..? .i
0.. ..o. i.. v.w nlionn to'iclnnfr :i lir h'rms nnri ITS
. !.". xl I
lies composing tue ui.inci at me
While in Logan, we met quite a
think he would get out of the no
tion of cheap teachsrs, or we think
large number of old friends, and, , .,
, .. , ,. where there were no
many voung ladies and icentlemen; ,. ,. ....
. " ,m., -i "" i i ' teaching or preaching. He said the
who were litUe girls and bovsi 7 , . x . i
, . , f , . wages should not be more fnan the
when we published the Sentinel,' a , , , A.
r ,n-n -.n- ; common laborer, and the price
from 18d9 to lS6a. , , . , , t ... . . , -
. should be about 10 cents per. day m
Many men who were prominent , . A , - .
. r , ., the summer and 81,00 per. dav in
in business of the town when we , . ,.. , , ...
M. , , ., ,,, , .. .the winter. His problem will not
were there had paid of the debt ofi , . , . , .
, l " i . i work, for farm work demands bet
nature, and were sweetly sleeping . .
. A, .. ., . . , ., T 5 ter wages m summer than m wm
in the city of the dead, while their'
. , , ., , ter. Ave will admit that the com-
memones and children are now, . . - A. . .
identified with the interests and , ... , . , .1 ,
progress of the place. The town
much We have no doubt if the
has changod for the batter very
greatly t here were a number of
permanent improvements and many
new faces, which wore necessary to
nut new life in older forms, and
take 'their places in tho affairs of
John Collison et al
Mary J Watts et al
John H White, adm
Wm H Aplin
Mary E Paxton ot al
Eliz. Collson et al
Sadie M Shannon
John S Shannon
Hiram G Lamma
want of tone, and its usual con
comittants, dyspepsia and norvous
ness, is seldom derivable from the
use of a nourishing diet and stimuli
of appetite unaided. A medicine
that will effect a removal of the
specific obstacle to renewed health
and vigor, that is a gonuine correct
ive, is the real need It is the pos-
sosbion ot tins cranri requi cmem - '.'., .i,,,,!,,, ii,.tor
which makes Hosteller '.Stomach 1 1 "-- :- ? " , V 3 JV
Frank ILeslle'M Ei;lar Mon
tiily. The contents of the May nnm
bt-r are, as us'lial, extremely varied ;
and in a literary and arMstio point
of view, in its comprehensiveness
and cheapness, this magazine is
far ahead of its contemporaries.
Among i he notable articles are :
''The Origin of New York Church
es' ; "The Adventures of Bold Al
otizo de Ojeda"' ; "Morocco and the
Moors," etc. Lady Blanche Mur
phy, Etta W. Pierce. Garry Moss,
Fanny Unscoll. Annie i nomas aim
must close for tea.- of the waste basket
hoping to hear fromotLers.
w. s. s.
time, after the business men of to-
day had passed in their checks.
We had creetincs true and cordial
from many whom in other years
we opposed in pohtcs, but with
whom we were always on terms of
true friendship. "We have- not
spa-e to name them all, but among
the older ones were Col. Rempel.
Jesse L. Collins. J. Butin, Jacob
Keller. Dr. Pullcn, John Work,
Ed, Baker, Darius "White, Jacob
Schwartz, Wm. W. Bowon, W. R.
Bowlby, Jack Floyd. L. Bort,
John Walker, Geo. Beihaut, Frank
Blasiu Judge Acker, Joe Kraig,
A. Sickles, M. Myers, L. Myers,
Judgo Case, nor blind, Raymond
Belt, Tow Kedy, the old fisherman
Pete Neihling, Sam. Westenh-iver
Enoch Collins. John Shaw, Robert
Work, J S Xess'ei-nud many oth
er an'cient timers, whoso names do
not now come to our mind. Then
among the younger ones filling
their spheres in the busy walks of
life, wero Jesse Butin, who learned
the printing with us while we were
in Logan, Jeff. CHno, George Gage.
Carl Buerhaus, Prosecuting Attor
ney, Recorder Weaver, Lew Green,
tditor Sentinel, two nephews of
Col. Rempel, Sheriff McCarthy, and
his brother "Yank," A C Elliot,
formerly of Wcllstou, our brother
C. M. Gould, George Cook, John
Stedoin, Charley James, and hosts
of otheiB. fresh in the prime
and vigor of manhood, rushing and
pushing and scrambling as the
world has done before them, and as
men no doubt will continue to do,
until time shall ho no longer. Aunt
Leach, more than niuety years of
ago, yet looking as if she would
reach over a hundred, was the lon
gest connecting link between the
past ::ml the present, of .great in
terest to us, because of her unsel
We learned many things which
were funny to us and would doubt
less he to our readers, were they
nrnuninted with the actors. Tom
Kelly, the fisherman, went alter
Lew Green's cow, which had three
teats for buttermilk and one for
gentleman is a farmer, and hires
his hands, and if he could catch a
poor man out of work, that depend
ed entirely on his daily labor for the
support of his wife and dear little
children, ha .wouldget, him for ?fi
cents a day if he conld, and pay
him off in corn at 75c. a bushel,
when it was bringing only 50c. in
the markot. We have plenty of
such good farmers over the country
and such men want- to rule school
teaching, saying that directors
ought to go together and set prices
and make teachers come to them.
When it comes to this, we have no
doubt the teachers of each county
will form a teachers Union, wuich
ou;ht to be done now, and set the
prices of teaching and make the
Board of Directors come to their
price. The farmer may say, send
off and employ teachers hut not so.
for if such a ihing should h-ippen it
would ho carried on in TJman style
not lot any one in. The "writer sure
ly could not have thought when
he was wiiting what itcotsto ed
ucate onrsclves-frrr-tcacniire: Ftrr-
Henry Dorn, informs us that
he will visit Logan at an early
day and inspect the manufatur
ing establishment i i the town.
The law of last wintercreating
this office authorizes the Inspec
tor to examine every shop in the
Slate where ten or more persons
' are employed, and if he find the
ther more he said that the teacher .
that would teach next winter for
one dollar a day, should havo a
certificate for five years and renew
a hie afterwards for the same time,
such teachers, if there be any, should
not have a certificate at all, for a
teacher that would teach tor such
figures in tho winter season is not .
fit to teach school.
We feel satisfied that there is no
dollar teacher in our county. Mr.
Farmer, when you write "gain make
your figures a little more reasonable
and next spring we will havo you
elected diicetor of vonr school dis
trict, and only have one director
for your school, which we think
will be sufficient. S.
A Grand Surprise.
Correspondence of the Sentinel.
Mr. Smith Hartzel. of Wash
ington 'ownship. at his residence
six miles south ot Logan, on Sat
urday, May 3d. had a birthday,
it. be'ing his 63d Friends and
relatives gathered from all the
surrounding country to the num
ber of 75, all bringing well filled
baskets, and a table m tl e large
ilininjr mom was loaded with all
tthe vLO'od tilings which the ladies
skill in the art oi culinary could
produce; there being 20 different
kinds of lanre fancv cake, taste-
fuilv ornamented and handsome-
i -i tA .,.;!.
. v ii-i-i li ;u i-.i 11. 1.1
cream, at a time when she strayod .fowors . ais0, a large display of
-,.i .mil tminrr ..no P.llll of the' l,;n, . 4V;c nioc nn(l fill lllV-
rope around her horns and the! uries for a sumptuous repast, not
other around his body, pro ceeded' forgetting a variety of pickles for
to lead her home. Tom only weighs th5ifnjrtopreTionsarrailsB.
about 75 pounds gross On the ments Mr. Hartzel had intended
way home her bovine nature got the to g0 aWay that, morning, but his
upper hiind of her good sense, and 'good wife persuaded him to plow
bein-onthe toe path of the canal, the garden in the morning and
ut- I tm .Jr. cbownnlil cot. earlv din-
she concluded to goto the other 'nn,A n ;,, tha nfter-
i "".! -..--.. - ------. iocinpn'.i.U) uiiuii 4. ...... ...w, , iit;i si lit wjiiiu ,." ..-.
.iw.ra fv,ntvihnt.od(!i.rittui sei'UUS.J imi.i- . ... n. r I ido in sl.fl went, taking lomwitn ,,. ,, i,..r,.rf. ! nrnt. aivnr.
,, i. .....-, .,....- - 0-- . , veiulliaiiuu or ine iut-uii.- in ca-i --. - i ii , "' .-.. - .-- -- .--
short stories, ad venlurts, etc ; and j ilofit-ieiil to. her, when she swam around with I,e was -oniple!.-!y captured and
1 . . I.- -:i .i ... l.tl. .V,0r,,,cta.) en Kiirnruprf. be KIIOW not WliaC
Bitters so effective as an in vigor
ant. For sale by Druggifts and
Theron P. Keator, E.iitor of Ft.
Wayno, Ind., "Gazette,'" writes:
"For the past five 3'cars have al
ways used Dr. King's New Discov
ery, for coughs of tlie ntt severe
character, as well as for thoe of a
milder type. It never fails to effect
a speedy cure. My friends to whom
I have recommended it speak of it
in same high terms. Having been
cured by it of every cough 1 have
for five years, I consider it tho only
reliable" and sure- cure for Coughs
Colds, etc." Call at F. Harrington's
Drug Store and a Free Trial Bottle.
Largo size SI. 00.
Wade Robinson", R. LI. Shepherd
etc. Prof. W . D. Harrei lira an a-iiHi-nbln
.irtic'o eiiti led "Geysers,'5
with eleven fine illustrations, 'f be ,
quarto pages, more than Kit) illus
trations and a beautiful colored
plate frontispiece. "Py f'c Soft
W ves. ' L'o cents a copy ou
order at once the proper safe
guards. The purpose of the law
i -:i .1 ..... l.ti. ,i;ori,cfo.l n !irriripd- he knew not what
ufer which they both came horn-, to do or ,ay lor a "ent ? bnt
i- n..i .1. i.n,.ifi, oni i nnwh to (ircen s aeuglit. but ever ., .. i...,,;i Di,0t.-Ino
,. ...j., jj. lo i;et UI:tl- lll UCllllU I1UU " .- - limit W iir -lltll ll..mi-.-imiii,
atjons. The , ,- ,no nC ,vr., .,nni ;., ci,nns. since when Tom gets dry he draws an(i cl,altor as can only be fully
midi-ul'anv is large, most uiu-icsl-. , , ,. l.mv for n nsi on money. en nmircciate't iv otu inenns. ai
ing and instructive There arc 128, " --;: - ". . .h I :,. ,Snl.: ' !. ,. in Lo twelve oVlo.-k tt quests were
genceon nu- pin oi -.iii-p i.-.- - -" - ,...;, eii , ,iie ,i!l:j room to en-
We think :h- !:ip"iMor, when gan '"d orccnlo't al. Hie s.rangc- . b( ,l0,u,t:,ul repast named
he comes to Logan, will finfl our DcnvK-mts in att- mlanee lor con '....,,. As usual, your humble
hons in safe and healthful con-'sultation, and went to sec tlie tat-'serYaiit eat at Uie-lirst taoie, ai-
.sen v jives.
--"-- - r ti r. r n in f i ii ; i i l tiii.iiiii i nil niiiLiiiiiyii. ..-. w ----
a year, postj.aid Mrs. Frank W j- ' ' nrecawtion ta-' wood woman or some other fema'e, ter which the young folks eivjoy-
, iy.) aim i tw . . , .. .-ni, ea themselves wnn ineir amuse-
Place, Xevv Tork.
To the mee'ing of the Xationhl
Wool Growers As-sociation.at Chica
go May 19th, 18S4, via B. fr O. R.
To those desiring to attend the
meeting of the National Wool
Growers Association, to be held in
Chicago, on Miy lGlh, the B & O
Hi'inn n-ifl Vtrv nrecaUUOU la- iuuwinum.iuvi suu.t. "..... -, - . . . -- -
di.ion, a.ia ev.i pitL.iuiiuu i.. ,. ,-.,,! Pfi liinmselves with their amuse-
ken by our proprietors to pre- j walk- a wire t Bhh t v o u. .. . oldpr ones wenj
each other with remi-
f olden times. About
sen oy our propueiuis. tu P.c-,.w.. . .... - .. nients. win
serve the health and protect the , about his conduct he pleiu! the baby (jjvj,,,-, ,
lives of the operat i ves. act, and raid he would tike his ten nis. em.e of
I i -l , .. 1 ... ll. 1.,.., r-f fn. O ,.'..1..I- 1
V. IllCiiyil, Ul") ium, ,'. J-. .v v
rrrfTfinS' f4l.Y(lERTTE SALVE. , u 11 Ho., will sell round trin tick
- . 1 I. i ..! -t.n .Ht.w.nnl ftoTWUIQ nil
The best on earth, can truiy ne-eis. :u an i I'lir" wwu,w "
laid of Griggs' Glycerine S.ilvo, , the Trans Ohio Divisions, at one
Got a free tual botilo ol Dr-King's
O W H Wright, adm
Wm Wil.iams, adm
M,n1 rM,.fipll 'es. sca'ds burns, wounds, and all
EdxtaidCaulelljohev sQres wn, positivoly cure
a ii, Pnl-lv P'es, tetter and skin eruptions.
SolomonCokeIy Try this wonder healer. Satisfac-
Nancv Angle! tion guaranteed or money refunded.
vs " Only 25 cents. For sale by Mill-
E Hamblin et al I er & Case. niay8-ly.
ri..,..n.;inn,in.iiw nFlMi 'rhtf success in everv feature-
illl'ii; Uiv: I UMCH mu.twwi ......... j..- .
T-.r .. -....,....:.... .- t i i: i if editor mav kuuv uu "
iew discovery iur uii.-ii-.ii... uesS rooms.-in iogan aim soiuv: nc, -- , - ,
whichdidmesomuchgoodtl.it I ,. , A n VAKnt . whom and bountitul the cake as to
bought a dollar bottle After u- , "eP?P' r ' mpmhranM to the
f..i-P for the round trin" i" lhree bottles, found myseit j ' . . .
tsiie tor me lounn uip. , r tn.i ! ,.r a restaurant and saloon. and the unnter. 1. b. Al.
Tckotswill be good going may , once mmo ........ w,.. .. - o
. , -,, . 'i ... .--. 1 i l,n..!il, ,,-Wli n lionrtv nn. r.r.nc: V-inlr l efl.-irt.ll V. OHft Or the . .
rr ,r. ttrora hnwn tn nlfiflea
mot. I " .- " ....-- -x ---
Agent's li ct U Kit, or attnrcss aim " "cu "" u"",w"
W. B. Reppert, Pass Agent Col-1 tain cure for all Lung Diseases.
Large bottles $1.00.
and two others wounded by an ex-
em- ,; FAnnmmUB fit. NohlaS fC-
nel House furnishes good accommo- torv in Avreahire, Englandycster-
dations for travelers, aud the pop- day. 3$?. .
PIEKUS:. I. T.
IllilV IJCIUII"""" . . ,
J i'M T. ACICErT. Probate Judee.
John W Ball
April ?4-3w x