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A Preacher "Wlio
Has Traveled in
The Uev. 1L J!. Field, editor of the
New York caw;dut, in &peakinr of
General Sonloir's mission to the Sou
dan to n representative of the New Or
leans Times-Democrat, said:
I have traveled in Eypt and been
up the Nile to Assuau, the first cata
ract, and afterwards went to Suez and
c'wn the R-jd Sea to India, and so I
zxi familiar with that coast. Two years
apo I was in Erypt :.ut went across
tit desert to Sinai. From beiujr so
much in Eypt I have become familiar
with the Eastern question, and know-ir-7
General Stone, Nubar Pasha, and
otaer leaders -well, it has been some
thing of a study to me.
The Soudan is a term hiird to define
geographically. It is a vast territory
Upon the 2Ji!e, and the provinces claim
ed by Egypt extend almost to ihe equa
tor. They have annexed all that part
of Asia. Egypt has appeared beforo
the world as t xti'iiding; civilhs lion has
pushed it up to Khartoum and to Gon
dokore, and I think quite to the Victo
ria Nyauza, if not quite to the equator.
The annexation of Esrvpt included
not only the Soudan in its proper sense
hut Karfodan and Darfcur. I know
very well a Colonel in New York, a
Colonel Pront, who was an American
officer in our war, who went out and
took service with the Khedive, and was
sent up theNilo and was under Gor
don. He said he was himself put in
command, by Gordon, of the equato
rial provinces, which shows how far
they have extended their claims.
Egypt's claim of breaking up the slave
trade and extending civilization is not
founded in truth. What she did do was
to put over the country annexed a set
of Egyptian governors who were the
curse of the country.
These govi-rnors were mostly bad
characters: but there was one interval
of good government, and that was
when they sent Chiu -so Gordon up the
Nile to take charge and break up ihe
" slave trade. Oar knowledge of this
great soldier was derived from this
Colonel Proui. ;rho was up thertf for
Gordon boon saw the terrible state
of the country, and how the people
were oppressed, and he immediately
sot to work to use his power to relieve
tlie burdens of the people, release them
from oppression and to irovern them
wisely and kindly. The Egyptian gov
ernment gave him a salary "of 20,000
per year, but he gave it all away, do
ing everything for the poor. In. one
sense he ruled with a rod of iron, and
enforced obedience, but he ruled with
such justice that he acquired an almost
supernatural reputation. Ue is a man
utterly ignorant of fear, and exposes
himself constantly, and the natives
liavo an Idea that bullets can't hit him.
He has great executive ability and pow
ers of administration with his courage.
With all this he is an extremely relig
ious man, and a man of prayer, and all
his acts are as if he was a man of God.
He is perfectly capable of praying all
night and then mounting his camel
and going alone into the desert
His mission is to restore order and
make peace, and this he expedites by
displacing the Egyptian governors who
are inimical to the people. As I under
. stand the matter he. intends to re
3tore;tho old Soudan governors instead
of the Egyptian governors, but he don't
propose to give up Khartoum; but to
hold on to that.
I have a theory that to reach that
country permanently is from the Red
Sen, and I lhmk uliimately that there
will be a r diioa.l constructed frvin Sa
aklni to li..-ri;o.-. 1 think th j distance
across to the Niie is about 24 ) or 250
miles. Thou at the crotch cf the Clue
and-White 2u!e is Senna, a fertile coun
try. II they had a railroad to S:iak.ra.
there is no reason why England should
not get her grain supply from the Had
Sea, as now fiom the Black. In ten,
twenty or thirty years 1 think there will
lie a railroad across, and that will sct
tie this Eastern question.
For the moment the whole future of
the Soudan depends upon the courage,
firmness and judgment of one man
General Gordon. I look on Gordon as
the hero of our ceutury.
The Doctor has seen not a few
changes in foreign government, and
was in Paris when the revolution of
1848 overthrew Louis Phillippc, so he
& a careful observer of national move
ments. m m
"afcCallougli and His Man "Bob."
"ThatisBobPritehard, better known
as McCuilough's Bob.-" He is the gov
ernor's dresser and has been with liim
lor about thirteen years. Bob has a
weakness for the ardent, and some
times gets a little too much on board,
when the governor will discharge him.
liut he is always taken back, for he
1 nows McCuliough's ways so well.is so
thoroughly familiar with his wardrobe,
and is really such a valuable dresser
that his occasional shortcomings are
forgiven. An instance of his value was
shown last j-ear:
"You rviniaibcr that Mr.HcCullough
-played Ingom-ir at the Boston Theatre
to Mary Anderson's Parthenia, Well,
the morning of the day that the gov
ernor was to leave New York for the
Hub Bob turu-'d up ra.her the worse
for wear, and the governor summarily
dismissed him; told him to go off and
never show his face again. Bob went
away and immediately sought Billy
Conuor. to whom he related his misfor
tune. "I'm fired for good, now," he
said, with tears in his eyes. '-The gov
ernor's awfu' mad." Connor kuew
better, and s 1.3 told Bob. to go homo
and sleep until afternoon and then
come back and see him.
"In the meantime ihe governor had
started for Boston without iak"nx a bit
of wardrobe and was in a horrible stew
to know what he should do. Miss An
derson, who was on the train, suggest
ed that the next day they could get up
carlv ami go to some cos! timer's in
Boston and get something that would
do. This did ivt please Mac much for
he is not an easy man to lit, you know,
but he thought that was the best thing
that could be done. Ha reached Bos
ton in an unenviable state of m nd, and
put up at tho Tremont lions ."
"Where was Bob, all this lime?"
"Hold en and 1 will te!l 3'ou. BSb
vent home and slept, and went to see
Connor in the afternoon. Connor told
him to get together everything that the
governor would want hi "Inomar,"
Tad go to Beaton on the night train,
nd go toJ.hu governor at his hold in
ihe moraine as '.hough nothing had
happened. B h d"d jo, r.:id when tlie
-overnor ca.ii i down stairs ear.y the
next morning iiure wa 15 jj silling at
the foot of the stair.. "ilello, Bj'oP
said Mr. Mi C j'.lough. "have you got
'ViTvihin' ail li'hl for "In:roinar?"
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' Y:s. tir,
ropl.'eJ he, 'just as you"'
ioli me, sir.
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.. .... e"iv.."T m.u .;;....
tile s.orv. iiiitu i a..t u i-i iiii.ii
1 aero that nwraji.'," avs he. -1 felt
that I cou.d h:ive put mv arnn arottait
h:ni and Im;ncl the Suo.uh
Wzshinjh'i 'Jl'jviM cwi.
Htjrli cliisstti'-ys f-r iue'eris are uow
liOCoiuin- i:nnuo.:5-..in l.v r0:UOll of tilt!
introduction of r. new k!ad of 01-ca.
Any ia::nu!:ietui:r, it is asserted, can
piacj ono ol In.sj oveu !i His w.irvS,
Hild obtain from -verr ton of al.-tiJi lie
tises cokj v,-ortii C-2. l:if nntl sis.raoniiv
-,vor:3i $1, :mi I4-,u0 fee: of gas to j;;u-
rate ttcam. J i:a con utr, arm am-
douia will ibus, i. N cl:i:m;.l, c-jusider-
t'iv lauru man Ij:i ior ss.acK, ivear anu
k v S '' ";J-'.'jfnj,
n. i., w.iu .Su.! 1-viw.in- .ii am jlui-
F' 5"m:!! "Ii "V3-0-iu
i js wui bequ.:ii ,jJU to f.I sa Jaaa
Hosu. of .-ituan.. :: lurajer s-.-,tLH--i
UliMi, of Attain
From tlirZaucsvillu Herald.
The most eusiial visitor to Clio-
guil & Parsons' .Business College
eanno! fail to become impressed with
luecompreiiensivo, systematic anil
tl:(r'ii:i;li course of tuition therein
imparted. . he spacious hall with
its Bank and actual Circulating
Currency Commission mart. Brok-
erage couuler, Exchange and even i
Post Oihce all in operation re
spective!' employed by a large and
industrious complement of energetic
juipils. hear striking evidence, in
their comparative si ent operations,
to a fixed purpose in i.:w and that
purpose a practical business train
nig. No original ideas, new method-
or approved modern .sterns in
trade, commerce, or business life,
escape their attention Immediate
ly upon a student entering tbis grand
institution (which be can do at, any
time), he at once views the stern
realities surrounding an active busi
nesslife Ls varied claims vicissi
tudes, uiiccmproimsing discipline
and grave responsibilities impercep
tibly take possession of him, while
his associations are such as to bright
en bis faculty of comprehension
and materially improve his moral
Genial, generous and kindly in
fluences are brought to bear in
stimulating bis ambition to make
his mark in the world. No reason
able privileges, favors or encourage
meuts are witheld that might tend
to stimulate pupils to a true spirit
of manly emulation and a pardon-
toie pnue ior me acnievemenc or
distinctive honors. Every individ
ual student receives like considera
tion, au.l as a result, a failure lo
success is comparatively unknown
in this" uo'l.egs.
As an evidence of its popularity,
during the past month alone the fol
lowing pupils have entered :
Harry L Curtis, JXashport O.
Mitchell Lane, Adamsville.O.
Charles Stewart, McCounelsville,
G. B. D. Adams, city.
E S Ferrell, Adamsville, Ohio.
James Cross, Adaiuiville, Ohio.
W H Slater. Adamsville, Ohio.
E S Davis, Volcano, W Va.
G F Young, Lower Salem.
G 21 Wilson, JMorristown Ohio.
Arthur B Rankin, Gratiot, Ohio.
Wm H Baird, Sago, Ohio.
Geo. B Monteith, Lonsr Beach,
' 'larence F Parker,- Long Reach
Clarence V Fleming, Hanover,
W C l'lu miner, city.
And while on the subject, we may
stale that during a recent visit to the
institution we were highly pleased
to recognize the geuius of Mr. Par
sons, in the construction of a new
elcated railway, the lenirth of the
college, traversed by silent messen
gere, in the shape of a bol'ow ball
that contain written messages from
ono department to another without
the lighe.-t interference with the
usual quiet of the room. The" Prin-cip-ils
of .Jhe college take gnat inter
est in entertaining visitors and ex
plaining the operation of their en
tire educa'ional system. Circulars
and specimens of penmanship pro
duced m the highest s'-le of ''the
art preservative of arts'' are freely
circulated, and we assure whoever
cal's once that they will retire with
a sense of appreciation but very
Address Choguill & Parsons,
Priiuarj Election Laws.
Tlie attention of the supervi
sors of the Democratic primary
election lo be held on Saturday.
May 31, 18S4, is called to the fol
lowing sections of the revised
statues governing primary elec
tions, to -wit :
Sec. 2919. Tlie person named
in the notice as supervisor, or, in
his absence, or refusal to' serve,
the person assuming, or chosen
by the eleclers present to be
such supervisor, shall take an
oath that he will correctly and
faithfully conduct such election,
protect it against all frauds and
unfairness, and carefully and
truly canvass all votes cast there
til, in the manner required by
the authority appointing the
electors; and theieupori tlie su
pervisor shall cause the electors
present . possessing the qttalitica
tions of persons entitled to vote
under the notice, to choose two
judges and two clerks ol election
to assist Jum in receiving and
taking account of the votes cast,
lo eiich of whom shall be admin
isteivd the same oath taken by
the supervisor; and a towntdiip
trustee, or clerk, or an alderman,
a member ol" council, trustee, or
cloikof a municipal corporation,
or a supervisor of election who
has been duly sworn, may ad-minii-ter
the oath prescribed in
Sec. 2020. A qualified elector
under the notice may challenge
any vote offered, because the
peron offering it is not entilled
to vole under l be unlice, or is
not i citizen of (he United States
or can 1:0! beat tlie next election
a legal voter of the precinct, or
has received or been promised,
directly or indirectly, any mon
ey. fee, or reward for bis vole for
any candidate at such election,
or has voted before on She same
daw or at some other orecinct.
in tlie same cleeiion.
Si:c i0"Ji'. Thereupon the su
iiervi.-or, or one ol the judges,
' - - - - ..
I shall administer lo tlie person
1 . . ,. ,
I ofleniijr to vole, an oath, that he
will true answers make to such
questions as may be put to him
touching his quahheat ons to
vote at uch eleclion, and shall
ihVirogatr him as to his qualift
oalinnst 11 tuc'i person refuse to
ije swoni,or, hoing sworn, lefuse
to answer any que.-tion, ins vote
.-hall be rejected ; but it I he oath
lie taken, and the qnoslinns bo
inswered salis.'tu-torily. anu he
j 1) not success-full v cnntitulicteil
. jv H. .vorii testinioiiv oj wil-'
; ' w)0 ,nav )0 (.:,ltMl. his I
, , ,, ,
. vole sllttil L-J
lfic'civod, Uliil illO
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s Wil. L. Pl'.ICLr. SeclVlai'V.
111 UK WWII W . -
U-. Wfthcj- w,-tM.-Tajii.
Columbus, Boclmg Valley & Toledo
The Shortest Route Between
' 'm J& 25 3a Z$ $ 3a
UillU ltl V Jllli
Taking Efl'oct, Nov. 18, 'S3.
Lv Toledo 5 00 a m 10 10 a in 5 35 pm
Ko-stona G'-!l... Ill" ... 7 02 ...
Carer Go3... 12 05 pm 7 33 ...
Up.Sanuubky 7;t0 ... 12 10... S 10 ...
Marion 8U0... 1 2... 8-17 ...
1 ro-pcct 8 SO... 1 40 .. 9 07 ...
Dulewam 8 50. 20G... 932 ..
Ar Columbus 9o0 3 00... 1025 ...
La n uister....
7 .V) a in 3 IS pni 0 00 pm
.9 17 a m 4 32 pm 7 21 pin
10 02 a 111 3 18 pm 8 12 pm
U 05 a 111 (5 30 pm 9 20 pm
. 1 37 pin S 30 pm
. . .2 32 pm 9 35 pm
I20mn 4 15pm...
5 16 am 5 00 pm
7 05 am 7 05 pm 12 45pm
...8t0 am S 17 pm 1 47 pm
.. 0 12 am S 5S pm 2 32 pm
.10 30 mn 10 2U pm 3 55pm
Lr Columbus 11 40am ..OOiim 4 l. pm
Delaware 1231 pm 552 nm o 07 pin
Prospect 1 00 pm 015 am 532 pm
Marion 1 25 pm 0 34 am 5 52 pm
Up. Sandusky. 2 15 pm 7 25 am f. 4o pm
Carey 2 45 pm 7 45 am On pm
Kostoria 3 15 pm 8 15 11m 7 37 pm
Ar Toledo 4 35 pm 9 35 am 9 00 pm
Direct connections made in Onion D.'
pot at Columbus, for Newark, Zanesville,
Pittiburg, Wheeling. Baltimore, Washing
ton and Philadelphia; also for Dayton,
Cincinnati, Louhvi!Ie and all points South
H&.CIOSC connections at. Toledo for De
troit and all points in Miclngau and Cau-
V II IlAUUlSOX.Gen'l Pass. Ag't. ' .
JOHN E. RAUGH.
Mammoth Invoice of
of every description, which the
ibove named local deal
er has provided
embrace everything desirable in
the general lines of Boot
wear that may be called for
adapted to all ages and
both sexes, and in all the
New Shapes and of the
Most Approved Makes
These goods are all fresh and
have been carefully se-
lectcdj and are
G TJARJ.N TEED
T6 GIVE ENTIRE
to purchasers alike as regards
wearing qualities and prices.
Favorablyknown to this community as
one of the best
in tlie State, hns oprned a Merchant Tiiit-oringShopintheSpj-by
keep on hand the best and latest styles or
and will make
Suits ic Oxcler
oustiort notice. Call and icehisetockof
" PIEOS 5QQBB
of tuo Latest ht vies, and lenrti the rntc-s
which they are furnUhed. lVrrect
WID.I.lAt iii.BXGE. lroi,
The people of Logan ar invited to call
on 1110 when In the city for
Fresh Giocerie Choice Wines,
Best lleer jir.d C ifiarp.
my Rcl:uii.-uit will he Mipplieil with fiesh
OyMers, Game, Fli ami evrijtlm a tlie
market allonls in M-asun. nutj 10, 'c3
DUUKLEN S AKXIOA SALVE I
The Best Salve in the wot hi fur,
Cuts, Bruises, bores, Ulcers. Salt-1
Rheum, Fevci Sores, Teller, Chap
p d hinds. Chilblains, Corns, jitnl
sill-' Skin Eruptions and positively
cures Piles or nu pay required.
It 15 giiaraineeil toivc siitisfaelion.
or ninney raiuiulf il. Trice 25 cents
per box." For Sale Hy B". Uanillg
ton. may8 ly.
Tlie Repub'ifcsiu Stite Convcntii 11
j:iine vorj' near iastrucling furShei
inan for Prosblent. And Sbennan
. . - a
VOtCil to reduce the tarut on wool 1
if ..i.u.... ni;.,....i ,i... i. ,-i. Lr.
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j'umiL'ii'.iiii uujivip unu i....v, .-
much io s ) about rho 'Inoken prois.-
: nC iUr i. ..,. v ,....,.:..
. lje of the Uoiiiocrs.o iec..ru.ny
'tai - Itfonwool iniffht ui-U3 a x.olc ot
ggqenf hro' anfe
EAST & WEST,
NORTH and SOUTH.
2P"This Great Through Route
is now .Completed and in Full
Operation, running throuirh Pas
senger Trains daily, as follows :
3iThree solid trains each way between
Columbus, Indianapolis and Peoria
BHTwo trains each way between Colum
bus. Indlaiianolib and LK-citur.
ftSTwo trains each w.-.y between Snn
duskv. Indinnauolis l'eoriaand Decatur.
cotwo trains eacn way ueiweeu o.m
dusUy. Dayton and Cincinnati.
BiTlire. trains each day between San
duMcy.Springfleld and Columbus.
B"Four trains each way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Dayton and Cincinnati.
tssuTwo tnijnsoac-li way between Colum
bus.Sprliiglleld.IndianapolIb &. Chicago.
With Sleepiugaml Uecltning Cluir Cars
on Niht Trams., and elewuit Parlor and
modern Day 1'oyche.sonDay Trains.
Its track is laid with heavy steel rails,
thoroughly ballasted, with easy grades mid
few curves. Traversi ng a.s it does the heart
oftiiettnee great states of Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois, uniting in close business re
lationship the capital cities oi the first and
second, with the sttcoud city ot the third,
and passing through a large number of the
most important cities and towns in each,
and with all its central location makes it
The Shortest and Most Desirable
Route between the East & West.
eSTlirough Tickets and ISnggage Checks
to all principal points. North, East, South
and West, can be obtained at any Ticket
Office of the I. B. & W. Ry, also via this
route at all railroad oflice. throughout the
country. Rates always as low as the low
eft. Don't pui chase tickets to any point
without first consulting the agents of the
I.15.& w. K'v.
Particular advantages oflercd to Western
Emigrants. Land and Tomist Tickets to
all points reached by any linn.
ijPasseiiKer Trains leave Columbus, as
follows: 11:30 a. in., 3:20 and 11:05 p. in.,
C. E. Henderson, Gen'I Manager H.M
Brouson, Geu'l Ticket Au't.
J AMES DkWOLF, Pass Agt.
2B Noitb, Uih St., Columbus, O
EVERT OlfE who O WK WACOS WAST8
7FM b EUREKA FOLDING
WciKhilcs thlnia Ibi Ca
b- taVeit ctlTor put on lu a ciln.
ulc. 3IaJe in r izes to lit buii
ne wm;im. pleasure wapoii.,
an't bu;?lc4. Send Tor UIus
tratel circular nnd price Iit.
'Agent wnttd erervwl.ire
- "rtr l tate :.:ri roil w nils.
D. G. BEERS C4 C0.rteule 4. ltb.,&iiilr UMi.CoM
111 of tlio best, both new and cli Plant. Trot.
'men, Seeds, fcc., by mail, a specialty. Saftwrru.
.uamntd. (JO ctiuicc,Uieap, S 1 aois, far exziufU
aS Kver- g
QV Blootaiua; V "
30 PACKETS Ko-l'SgiS!.
For the other 63 1 Sets and t.OOI thinra be
dice, send f Q? our illustrated Catalojfue of .o rer 1&
?8j?0, trccXJb'o betttr nor more 'reliably Estab
ashed30yrs. 300 acres. 81 largo Qreenlioutea
VAUtiSSYILiE. liAKK COtTMW. GHI6
tVom Kerroas.Cbronle uud Blood Diseases,
Brain and Heart Anections.Wealc Lunja,
Kerront Debility, Broken Down Contti
taUonsand Weakness ol the Kidneys, Ulad
tier Urinary Orsun,ask yonr UrupgiBt for
Xr-. CEL&S. -W". SCOTT'S
WORLD RclOWNED SPECIFIC HO. 13,
A BLOOD, BRAIN & NERVE TONIC.
If your Druggist does not keep it ak him to order It
forvou. j I. per bottle. Coca,BeefandIroa
is the Greatest Medical Discovery of modern times.
For pamphlet, with full particulars, address
CHAS. W. SCOTT M.D., Kansas City, Mo
Osc Dr. SCOTT S ZZTEB FJCLZS.
Of 8555 CASn,1,OGO Imported NovsBy Pocket
Knives and 5O00 pounds of tha Great
TO BE SER9 AWAY!
KFERV CONSUMER savin oyer SOisas will
be KfiWAKOKi). i?lO0 tolst.Si!H)tosa,380
KJ. Sill HMII1 IOiUl. Si.lU IO tUl, 4UlO ita.
1(1 to 4111
iUM)0 IimioHed PorUet Knives worth 91 each,
and 5,O0Oponndi ZOO-ZOO l'lmr Tobacco, to
be tnvoa m rotatioii, tho larxcst number of turs re-
.', Mli Cia tn lnth trt lltri
lurnta wih reoaivo uia nn-i reward, siuu jomu,
sncicnd highest. b(M), and no on down to a luct plos
f 5COI I.V.OIi tobacco. Thoce UknstmsH and Heir
Year rewards wlU be distributed between Decem
ber 25tli and January lnt Cliew tliis dbliffbtf ru to
bsoco. the best ever mnric. Save tho taw and tend
them oy mail, between December lath and 25th. to tha
AV1XSON Se MeCALLAV TORACCO CO.
C3T Cot address out nntl pustc on Envelope.
This is THE FINEST POUND PLUG EVER MADL
.ASK YOUR DEALER FOR ZOO-ZOO.
BSTIubiot oa havmff i uad jou Tviiluseiioothaft.
HORSE AN3 CATTLE POWDERS
No IIock will ilic ol Cou TScts or Lc.vc KETts,U
Fuutx'a r. Jtrj an iiil 111 lime
Foutz'. l'otUr. wJicnr jnI urcent IIocCuollka.
Kuutz' l'owdrr. will freinlOAHrs ix rowu
uli's l'( amIi r m ill ii:orc.i"i: tlio --tit.v of milk
aniicrcniii tnt-nlj-jiiruviil.,anJ lanLv the LuUvr lirni
sim! sw bit.
Fuutz,,5 1'liwJpr v ill cure or ircciit almtt khiy
r.,i;iK tt.w(::cli Hor'cs.-iul Ottyirc ut.;ct.
hoLT2'S 1'OT.riLUS WILL ImIU SiII5iCIlO.
Euld evu-j-w litre.
2AVHJ E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
Caro Fairi'tfia ,ho c:!irt. Ncrvoaanosa,
rMmMIllJV, IiHTOTlS pesdacie, teacorAcsa.
Cc!d nai-:9 and Tcct, Vtln. In tlio Eak, and
other trma of Tcmalo 7ocloie3a. Thty cnrleli
cud toprovo tho qaility of the, Blood, purify
and btlgMcn tio Cr.pleioa, allay KerTOaS
Irritation, ac ereuro r.efrashins Sleij). Just
tio rciarJynicdtul by TToaon whose rIe,eoJo
leas faces thC77 i'dc absence of Iron ia tho E'.cod.
W3S 1JUW WV if I a. MUvH.w .. .-
Ca teaeS IiCCU
:J Ii Iho ftrcat tonic. Iba
Ires Ii" cr a.3w, valual'-C fcr ica vrbo are
t-oubled i h. .IcufJaV.'eaiEt ie,r.'fcjtHw4rf
etc IT.iw, J ct-n' p. bor. twittysaiiH. J-lr
3 Ff.rt Place, ltt itit
j nz.'rzk -Tr t
- 'Pffl wrA-"
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i-A i "tif" celebrated "Falrbairu Family" oi scouieu iuoni-ss"iv ' " ",'. "" - as
rc! B3H-M MH Oa I Vocaliste, writes from JU.stnu.Mais., J-tb.0, tteawiffl taiKunu ,..,... ( -
Ja3Sa -'SLJS1 VL.V0 V sf JlLW ISSO : " Ever since my hair began to give sil- ates the ciroulatiOT ,. Ji u.'yi, ai.d brcJ t. .
WE35? fcJE2s53 ViaS' Vuisw esbf- vcrv evidence of the chance ihieh fleeting nervous system, frltnt cold J Mtcu is.. ?i
P. C. .Sb Louis B R
Pan Handle Route
Schedule in eirect Jim. Hth, lfeSl. Trahisde
p.irtirom L.mea-ster, as loliows:
Cin. Kxpiess !!:J2nm
Mail 1:17 pm
Washington Ical Fro iglit 4 17 h m
CiiiPinniiti Kxprfs . . 4:22 pm
Mull . . 932 a in
Above tniims run daily except Sunday
N 15 The time given above is Central
Standard Time which isilS minutes slower
than Columbus time:
Pullman Palace Sleeping and Hotel Cars
attached iO through trains on the same
line P C .t St L Railway run without
change, wes't bound to Indianapolis. St.
Louis- and Chicago; eastbound to Pitts
buig, Harrisburg, fultimore, Wa.-luustoii,
l'niladclplihi and New Yoik.
For time table, rates of fare, through
tickets and baggage checks and further in
formation regarding the running of trains,
apply to X. S. YValpo'c, Ticket Aselit.Lau
casterOhio. JAS.McCRKA, K. A. FORD.
Mmiyer. Gen. Puss Tut. Agt
Columbus, O. Pittsburgh, Pa.
MEAT MA EET.
In the Kellar Building.
Mr. John Uclter will supply the public,
his meat shop hi Keller's Uiiililin witu a
kinds of the very best meats, at re.isonab
fniccs. -Meats of all kinds constantly o
land. The highest price p lid ior Pit cat
tie, sheep and hogs. January 3, 1881 ly
THE WAY TO BUY
FOR THE MONEY, Is to buy at tlie OlHee.
It s.tves expense ot coiiiinisHiou and vx
iintiMS iu traveling lrom house to house.
You eanj ust :is welt save aijove expenses
as yon can in ouyins your dry soods.
When you buy a Domestieor XewiHome
you get the best. All other makes called
.New High Ann inaehl lies are imitations,
and none are their peers. The Domestic
and New Homo have new styles of wood
work, and new sets of Attachments that
otherudare not use. Come and see foryour
selves and you will he convinced that tho
above is reliable, and If you have a Domes
tic or New Home that has beu iuttsefrom
10 to 20 years do not let them humbug you
with their so-called new high arm ma
chines, and trade you out of it, which they
will try to do, but bring your machines to
me and I will put iu the new Domestic or
New Home Improvements, then you will
have a better machine and one that will
last longer than tlie high arm imitation
ones, and save your money mid have the
best machine in the -world.
BSA11 kinds of machines and machinery
repaired in the best manner and at reason
ua,l have 8 different styles or Machines
on hand, which 1 will sell at lov rates.
Call and examine them.
Feb 21, 'M tf Henry Lktz.
The Hoard ofSchool Examiners of Logan
Village will hold regular meetings for the
Examination of applicants lor teachers'
On the Third Wednesday of Feb
ruary. April, June, August,
October and December,
atthoolllcoofthe Siinerintemhint, in tha
School IhuldiiiK ofsnid Village, commeu
ciug at 10 o'clock, a. in., of each day.
By order of Examiners,
J. ll.:DYE, Piesdent.-A-
II. Wilson, Clerk. j uuo 2ly
We desire to call your attention to the
Normal Department of the Ohio Universi
ty. The rjpringteim will begin March 25,
IbSi. We shall make a specialty ol the
Teachers' Class during this term. There
s,-ill be clas-es in Arithmetic?, U.K. History,
Grammar, English Analysis. Political Geo
graphy.Physlcal Geography, Heading,
Spelling, Algebra, Geometry, Book-keeping,
Penmanship, and Theory and Prac
tice. Prof. S. M. Martin, the eminent and buc-
cessful teacher of Elocution, has been en
gaged to'glvoinnruclion in that branch.
The training class for teachers will he an
important feature ofour work. This class
will meet several times eacli wee!, to dis
euss methods of teaching and school gov
ernment. Come and spend a term with us. We
shall do all we am to advance your inter
ests. It will cost you something of course.
But the training you get will enable yon
toeomiraud higher wages, and thus you
will soon he able to make your money
bacK. For particnlaisarlress,
Feb 21-3W. . P.COI.EK, Athens.O
"Tl A T3HffC? James River. Va., m a
: iHlflYlO Northern settlemuiit. II-
lutr.itul circular tree. J. F. Mauha, Clnr-
inout,Vireinia. (Feb. 21, 'Si Uv
Sesame and Lillics, paper, 10c; clotli 2.V.
Crow n ot Wild Oli e, paper, 10c, clolh25c
Ethics ol the Dn't,p:iper 10c, clotli 35e.
Sesanieand Lillles, Cio-vii if Wild Olive
and Ethics of tlie Dust, in one volume, halt
ltusxiik, red imIiws, 5t'c. ilodern Painters,
Stomisof Venice, etc., in preparation.
, XJ. rSe,? "
LiDK:;, puuiisner.is vesoy hti
restores, with tho gloss anil freshness of
youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich
brown color, or deep black, as may he desired.
Uy its use light or red hair may be darkened,
thin hair thickened, and bdlduesg often,
though not always, cured.
It checks falling of tha hair, and stimu
lates a weak aud sickly growth to vigor. It
prevents aud cures seurf and daudruil, and
heals nearly every disoaso peculiar to the
scalp. As a Ladies' Hair Dressing", the
Visor is unequalled ; it contains neither oil
nor dyo, renders the hair soft, glossy, and
silken iu appoaraucc, and imparts a delicate,
agreeable, and lasting perfume. O
Mn. C. P. Buiciibr writes from Kirby, O.,
Julu 3, 1&.2 : " Last iall my lwir eonuMcneed
l fulling out, and in n short time I hecanis
I nearly bald. 1 used part of a bottle of
Ayeu's llAtli Viaoii, wlikih stopicd the fall
ing of the hair, and btarted a new growth. I
havo now a full head of hair growing vigor
ously, aud am convinced that but for tha
use of your preparation 1 should have hoen
J. W. BOWEX, proprietor of the McArtJtur
(Ohio) Enquirer, sajs : "Ayeu's IIaik Viaon
is a most excellent preparation for tho hair.
I speak of it from my own experience. Its
ue promotes tho growth of new hair, and
makes it glossy and- soft. The Vicoit lb also
a sure cure for dandruff. Not within uiy
knowledge has tho preparation tver failud
to give entire satisfaction."
Asc.vs FAinnAinx, leader of the
nn appearance of youtlif illness a matter of
constueraoie conseimeiice iu iiuuihud, ui.
tors, actorv, and in fact every ono who lives
In the eyes of the public."
SMs. O. A. I'KCScorr, writing from 18 T.lm
St., Charltttnwn, Muss., April 14. 1W2. Sa '.
"TvoearaafiAftIlut UnUllinlS Of 111)' hulr
cmo off. it tuimiuil Ten' rainilly, nml i nas
fut aroivinjj lnlil. Oil Using Ati.ifs iiaik
Vioor the falling slopped and a new growth
coinmcncetl, ami in about a month my head
wis completely covered with riiort hair. It
lias continued to Brow, and is wwas good as
beforo it Ml. I regularly ml lint Olio lttlfl
of tho Vinnii, but now use it ocCJSiouallj us
AVe hae hunilretls of similar testimonial
to tho efficaey of Avtn's HaiuVukh:. It
needs but a trial to convince the moat skepti
cal of its va.ue.
1 ltr.f AUCD !1V
Dr. J. C. AyeruCo., LowcH. Mscs.
timo procurctli, 1 have used AVER'S HAIR . consumption. Itlsor:c-a,isoiest5!:-
Vir-.. mi.) en li.iv.i linnii able to maintain them. Aniilv Jjc rcrrc-lr Tvcsuuiry. A I
-ESTABLISHED I2f 1856.
THE OLD E ELI ABLE
would announce to the citixens of Loau
and vicinity that he has puiuhused the
Harness. Saddles, Collars
ofR. C.Sanderson auit will tout lime Uie
business at the old stand, where wil, be
found Saddles orevery description from S3
to S!.j, Buggj Harness of all grades, prices
fwim SS to So!). Work Harness, heavy and
light lromSiJlo 530; Collars of all kimls
from 00 cts so very be-t "Wool Collar fall
upper Lenther Ior 82,50. Wiiips in end
less vaiiety, largest stock of fine warrau
Utd halebone whips m the city.
Hames and Chains at low
prices, Curry Combs and
Brushes. A good Comb
and Brush for 25c.
A large htock of beautiful Plush Lap Robes.
A good assortment of Horse Covers and
Blankets. Very best Harness Oil at SI 00
Pergaliou. lllsethn vorv linr T1..1I..T-...1
and employ none but skilled workmen.
Call and examine my stock and piices ie
rorepurcliasiug. All goods fully warran
!?'," .KPPairiiiK promptly done. Shop in
A right Block, opposite First Bank or Logan
J T SaNDEHSON.
Occupies a Room in the
He keeps a selected stock of ready imu!o
Boots and Shoes.
Custom Made Work a Specialty.
ShtJoh's congb and consumption cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cares
consumption. Sold by B. C. Reber and
Sliiloh's vilalizer is what you need
for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi
ness and nil symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by B. C. Reber and Co.
Sleepless nights; made miserable b3
that terribl- cough. Sliiloh's cure is
the remedy for you. For sale at Reber's
Catarrh cured, health ai.d sweet
breath secured by Sliiloh's catarrh
remedy. Price 50 cents, nasal injector
Jree. tor sale at B. C. Reber and Co.
1-or lame back, side or ehest use Sht
loh's Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents,
of B. C. Ueber and Co.
Croup, whooping cough and Bronchi
tns immediately relieved by Sliiloh's
Cure, sold by B. C. Rebet and Co
Will you suffer with dyspepsia and
liver complaint ? Shiloh's vitalizer is
guaranteed to cure you. Sold by B-C.
Reber and Co.
That hacking cough can be so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. A'e guaran
tee it- Sold by B. C. Reber and Co
Are you made miserable by indiges
tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of
appetite, yellow skin.? Sliiloh s Vita
lizer is a positive cure. Sold by B. C.
Reber and Co.
The Rev. George II. Thayer, ot Bour
bon. Iiid. sirys: "both my wife and I
owe our lives to Shiloh's consumption
sure." For sale at Reber's drug-store.
Why will you cough when Shi'oh's
cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 cts 50 cts and I dollar to be had at
B. C Uebers atid Co-
Shiloh's caiarrh remedy, a positive
euro for catarrh, diptheria. and canker
mouth at B. C- Rebels and Co.
"Ilackmetack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 25 aud 50 cents
at B. C. Reber's unci Co.
Sliiloh's cuie will immediately relieve
croup, whooping cough and bronchitis
sold at B. C. Reber and Co.
For dj-spepsia and liver complaint;
j-ou have a printed guarantee on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer- It never
fails to cure. Sold by B. C. Reber and
A nasal injector free with each bU
tie of Sliiloh's catarrh remedy. Pric e
50 ceata at Ruber's (hug sioie.
Mav 10th. ISb3 1 year.
Daughters, Wives aad Jlotlrers
Dr. HarrhUi's Cathulirnn. Female Keuieily
" guaranteed to give satisfaction or moiiej
rclundcd. Will cure Female Diseases. All
ovarian troubles, inil.immatioii and ulcei-
ati(n, falling" and displacements or bear-
inn down feeling, irregularities, lvirren-
ner,s, change ot lite, leucorrhoea, besides
many weaknesses spruiKiint from the
above, like headache, bloating, spinal
weaknesses, sleeplessness, nervous lebill-
1 ty,'palpit!ion oi tlielieait, &e. Forsale
by all Druggists. Price S1.00 and 51.50 per
Bottle. Send to Dr. J. B. Marchiii, Utica,
N. Yfor Pamphlet, ireo. For sale by
flUt,L.KEi& V V
All Job Worh Prompt
Men sent to any part ofthe city and coun
rv at reasonable r.itts. Shop on Hunter
ttreet, Jameb'Soap Factory Building.
A Life-saving Present.
Mr. M.E, Allison, Hutchinson,
Ivan., saved bis lite by a simple
Trial .Bottle of Dr. King's New i
Discovery, for Consumption, winch
caused him to procure a lari;e bot
tle, that completely cured him, when
Doctors, change of climate, and
everything else had failed. Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe
Coughs, and all Throat and Lunjl
Uiseases, it is guaraiuenu iu tu'--.
Ti-;.i i Hni Mm IVisp. ut F. 1 Iarrineton s
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Larpe size. $1. 00.
Feb. 15, lyr.
Loss of Memory.
An 80-pace Cloth-bound Book of wholesome
A trice to Voiin Men, by a Kegular I'liysician.
CSUT popp on receipt of two tbree-oeot
Oftn I rifCC Btamp. Address
THE HEALTH JOURNAL. MILWAUKEE. WIS.
cat r trM
15 r $ m
In compost-a cf Harbal :ul 3Iiio.ia,n.ou ritu
uets.wlnoa permeate tts sa!ita:cc ct t.s
Zianss, exieeoratc tOic ncrid E:att
tuatoullecui.i thi llronchi.it 'iHln,unaiJinisn
SioUl:iS cor.Ungt wiucli r.-uev- io ur
ritctloii' tiint cu-ei tl cougi.. 2t t'ecjj'.-ca
tctof tw-Jity jc-irs wr-uiU t!.c i,cro-th
olrUnate cnsh. Aplciiaitt trHial.clI-
dcei tk- It readily. Iir Crc:ip It ii
Invaluable n I 1i-i ' 1- ut rvrrx family.
zn?l f: .
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ACT lyggESTJ.Y Oft THE.uyEK,
fJickJIciU'iM-!, t-itJ'JJJS CiJ. -J..''--i;- i
tloxi. Jilu'"t-.r-; S"rr;"Jai...ji.f
the Iltajrt, iil.cj,Tia.:t .'rcs."-nrt
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f toniMCii.sr-H., ftlVnt, rn, .-.li'iiriv.V'.Tcl"(!.j
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prompt iiuc1ru..,TUTTjirAPSTiH.Ay.T. OsUaCLW
i ill iciination. and it r.v t;c.!.!r ourf s tho most .
CI tics and Tonua ot
Kiploration Jk TrnTels
We Want Agents for the WORLD'S CYCLOPEDIA
And to get at onco Brisk, Energetic aad Sacccssftal 'Workors, wo have decided to give
meuttt that Agents cannot fall to earn from
DniutiAR. If yondonotflndtTioCrclopedla worth tba money we will refund tha cash. Every acont will reallio
UanUacuio Prollls on all onUrs sent and tho nut onorgeUe will receive tha S3.000.00 Cask Premiums
named atinyo in mitSltion to alt oilier commissions. Send One UoUar st osee ror Sample Crelopedls
and CouMdcuttnt Turing to At-nw. we hnvu deposited S2.000.00 cash with JOHN F. PHIIXIPS Co.,
41 rark Bo. New York, to bo given as above. John P. Plililtpa ft Co. are the anthnrited Kew Tork agents of ths
Ksw Torc Teib jar, and have gnsrsnteed tho eahliahera of the Tribune, that the cash will be given as above advertised.
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The Great Eastern Mutual Life Insurance Co,
54 Lexington St. Baltimore City, Md.
This Company pays AT.T, CLAIMS PROMPTLY and DT FULL, and has tho ONLY
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two years, representing $3,000,000.00 Insurance. Its Plans being original, arc copy
righted, and no similar features exist elsewhere. Policies ARE GOOD.no matter whoa
death, occurs, and NO CLAIMS ARE CONTESTED, except for non-papment of does
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CompanyintheTJnltedStates,andParo7iiSfefecfnJerBncetoKOtter. It Issues
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ff-s 5?s Eli's eSStezZ&izmKl&iSf -r1"!
o w 2 3;sS "?.- ,c .:355S o: s'?, ,
Keeps coustniiti' on nainl lbe chok:eL nteala which will
bo sold at the lowest possible prices for
ezz z -.i KSffa r---. -.
Wo propose keeping niliimr Lut tlio very bjst mjii,
those having fat cattle for s.ilo wiil fitul it t thir atlvaan
tac to call and fee us before selling, as we 4will pay the
highestmarket price for choice carle.
We havo iiiht receiAcd new maehinerv for makinr
lolotffna, Sausage, &c., Mtdve
After a. tnoroueh trial Of
1EON TONIC, I take pleasure
in statins- tnat x save oeea
srreativ benefited oy hs
use. 'Ministers and Pub
lic Speakers will find it
of the Greatest valnn
where a Tonic is necea
sary. I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
ajrent. Dossessintr nn-
Joubter nutritiva and I
xownuu, Ay., va. z, isbz.
yTpyipi ey yrrg pyj, ffftRTBlt MEDlCUXECO.tti3V.mWSSS.,SZ.VSm.
Can poeiHTely bo cured by using UK. Jr. HiiaB vaxjmum nr.ni.i.
A new cutnpound, entirel y different from all otlwr piepanboca. It Ifl la tha f oca
of a tine ointment it bk-li la easily applied in the nostrils aad erne, and reaehae the
Mat of the disease by absorption. Pkasact to the small, and moat effiuent In pia
tion. 1'or Hay FcTer, also impaired Hearing, Silit. swell and Taata, pro.
ducud by Catarrhal disease, it is a posittYe cuts. Tha rcost noted Physicians and
TTTrilnnt T)ruinrits all ovor h land have iriten it their endormnt. We hSTO
I , StiBm
i tiie uasolicitcd tostimonials of
r' been permanently cared. Do net be hnmbuged by nortrnms, prepama oar
fe theinexjieriencedanilunroliabIc.bat iniiiatnpon haTinjrtht Excellent IWinedy,
rStoV enmponnilel Iy a rayiueian woo n-ia niaao mis axseaBB a. niaj ior j ;.
j" two to four bottles jrsntrally saflideut to effect an ectar cure. SalbtTaeUaa
TRinE MARK. ..Ti-.r,.ntpi-l ir 4IotievrefiHided. It i3 a roeltire'cure for Kar-ache. For
Fa7e by DnumMn. Al'o sent In- mail, it iaid, upon reueipt of OOc. single bottle, package of twoboV.
ties, SI. Of). Circnlars and tet-timonisls f ree. .
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CAUTION. Tlewore of counterfeits or imitations. Hie afeore Trade Slack WlU ko fosad, oa ereaT
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To the A cent wbo orders the most
CrclopediaB before JUNE 1 st, 1884.
e otter such extraordinary Induce-
$100 to S30Qpernionth. We will also divldo equally
lh:... tw in ... .t. i.nd (kit tn int
on persons wobwiib i
lirtnt ordvH lxrirn JDXB 1st. lSCt-I.
a lanrjla CrelurwdLt br malL to anvaJdrosa for 0.B
Go.. 122 ifassau straot. How Xori
tojclita of Iron, JPcruviam
Bark and Phorphorusim
a palatalAo fbrnt. .For
JMttUttf. jams of JLppe
tite, Prostration of Vital
Powers it isittdiiptnia
9 R? ii '- T M P S
Industry, HLt says:
lI consider It
a most excellent remedy for
the debilitated vital forces.
hundred of prominent and rullable men. who have
v n, v
All telegrams w6le eent by Ox Teatna,-
Not Many Years Age
That bud becotau boiled or Faded, was caikl
aside: but now such cood.s can be r-ln.-
i trcl.ieuovnteil or dyed and made as gMd
ru, .,i..i ,- ..oi.i.li.'J-, i; --
'."-? " our iracie, unu w nav
'T , """ "". --. '..UUMAUW .1611 n-
cliinery, ccHsiatim; of ii
Getrifugal Hydro Ex
tractor, A Large Finisbins: Cylinder, si
Craj.-e Shawl Frame uud a
SrOuin Shawl Press,
And full line of 3 team Machinery mud
we .ir better prepared than ever to do flrat
chits work. Ami we shall tio none but ta
bett of work at a fair price.
SBBfcineuibfr. these are ail acts aatf
ion't m.-iue a mi.stake. but fend all your
old puileil and Soiled Clothing of ay
Kind to the.
City Steam Dye Roust,
Braneh will be Started is
Logau in September.
and net two dollar's worth for every dUar
you p:i us. Frico list scut to any uUdreaa.
May 10, 1833 ly
Positive Cure fr Piles.
To tho people of this Country wewoali
say we have been eiven the Agency of Ur.
h1 to enre or money refunded Interaal,
Price aUc. :i box.
External, Blind, Bleedng or Itching Flia-
jcti-mc ny ,
Dliller At Cm.
-was tho first preparation prf etlj adapt! t
cure diaeases; of the scalp, and the first ia.
cessfol restorer of faded or gray hair to Its
itural color, growth, and youthf ol beaaty.
It no3 had many iniitaton, bat none have a
fully wet all tho requireiuauta needful for
the proper treatment of tho hair aad aeah
II all's IIaik Ksnrwks has ataadily grow
in favor, and spread its fame 1 nieliili.
to every quarter of tho globo. IU onparai--loled
success can be attributed to but oa
cause: the entire fulfilment of Utpromutm.
The proprietors have often been suxprlaaA
at the receipt of orders front remote &
tries, where they had never nuuie ut effortis
its Uitroduotion. -
The use for a short time of Hall's Haix
Kexkweu wonderfully improves th per.
sonal appearance. It cleanses the scalp froaa
all impuritioa, cured all huiors, fever, asd
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