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A Prca'crrcr "Who
Trn. Hcil in.
The Rev. IE M. Field, editor of the !
Now Yorlc Evangelist, in speaktnjr of
General Gordon's lui-sion to the Son
dan to a rcnrescnlativo of the New Or
leans 'l'tmcs-Dtfnjcrut, said: j
I have traveled in Kjrypt and been
tip the Nile to Assur.n, the fiitl cata- .'
Tact, and :sf enjarda went to Suez and
down the llvit Sea to India, Mid so I
ai familiar with that coast. Two jears
np-o I was in Erypt and went across
Hi desert to Sinai. From being so
lunch in ISjrypt I have become familiar
with the Eastern question, and kuow
ir General Stone, Nubar Pasha, and
otaer leaders well, it has been some
thing of a study to me.
The Soudan is a term hard to define
geographically. It i a vast territory
upon the Nile, and the provinces claim
ed by Egypt extend almost to the equa
tor. They havo annexed all that part
of Asia. Egypt has appeared beforo
the World as extending; civilization has
pushed it up to Khartoum and to Gon
ilokore, and I think quite to the Victo
ria Nyanza, if not quite to th"o equator.
The annexation of Egypt included
not only this Soudan in its proper sense
but Karfodan and Darfour. I know
very well a Colonel in New York, a
Colonel Front, who was an American
officer in our war, who went out and
took-service witi the Khedive, and was
Bent up the Nile and was under Gordon.-
He aaid he was himself put in
command, by Gordon, of the equato
rial provinces, which shows how far
they havo 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 tho
curse of the country.
These governors were mostly bad
characters; but there was ono interval
of good government, and that was
4vhen they sent Chinese Gordon up the
Nile to take chargo and break tin the
slave trade. Our knowledge of this
great soldier was derived "from this
Colonel Prout, who was up there for
Gordon soon saw the terrible state
of tho country, and how the people
were oppressed, and he immediately
set to work to uso his power to relieve
the burdens of tho people, release them
from oppression and to govern them
wisely and kindly. The Egyptian gov
ernment gave him a salary of 267000
per jear, but he gave it all away, 'do
ing cv'erv'lhing for the poor. In one
sense-he ruled withvaTod of "iron, and
enforced obedience, but ho ruled with
such justic2 that he acquired analmost
supernatural reputation. He is a man
utterly ignorant of fear, and exposes
himself constantly, and the natives
have an idea that bullets can't hit him;
Me has .great executive ability and pow
ers of administration with his courage.
"With all this he is an extremely rchg
ibus man, and a man of prayer, and all
liis acts arc as if ho was a man of Gad.
He is perfectly capable of praying all
night and then mounting his camel
snd' going alone into the desert
His mission is to restore order and
make peace, and this ho expedites by
displacing tho Egyptian governors who
are inimical to the people As I under
stand the matter he intends to re
store the old Soudan governors instead
of the Egyptian governors, bathe don't
propose to rivc up Khartoum, but to-i
sold on to that.
-T: havo a theory that to reach that
country permanently is from the Ked
Sea, and I think ultimately that there
will be a railroad constructed from Su
akim to Berber. 1 think the distance
across to the Nile i3 about 2AJ or 250
miles". Then at tho crotch of the Blue
and White Nile is Senna, a fertile coun
If they had a railroad to Suakim,
there is no reason why Euglaud should
nnf rot. lior rrim. Kiiimlv frnm 'ilia Tt.iil
not get her grain- supply from 'tho Rod
Sea, as now from the Black. In ten..
tweatv or thirty years I think there will
be a railroad across, and that will set
tle this Eastern question.
For ttie moment tho whole future of
the Soudan depends upon the courage,
firmness and judgment of one man
General Gordon. I look ou Gordon as
ttie hero of our century.
The Doctor has seen not a fow
changes in foreign government, and
was in Paris when the revolution of
1S18 overthrew Louis I'hillippe, so ho
is a careful olwervor of national move
ments. 5rcCullou;h ami Hife Man "Bob."
'ThatisBobPritchard, better known
as "McCullough'sBob." He-is the gov
ernor's dresser anl has been "with him
for about thirteen years. Bob has a
weakness for the- ardent, and some
times gets a little too much on board,
Avhen the governor will discharge him.
But he is always taken back, for he
knows MeCullongh's ways so well, is so
thoroughly familiar with his wardrobe,
and is really such a valuable dresser
that his occasional short comings are
forgiven. An instance of his value was
shown last year:
"You remember tkatMr.McCullough
played Ingomar at the Boston Theatre
to Mary Anderson's Parihenia. Well,
the morning of the day that the gov
ernor was to leave Now York for the
Hub Bob turned up rather the worse
for wear, and the governor summarily
dismissed him; tola him to go off and
never show his face again. Boh went
away and immediately sought Billy
Connor, to whom he related his mifor
tuue. "I'm lired for good, now," he
6aid, with tears in his eyes. "The gov
ernor's av.'ful mad." Connor knew
better, and so he told Bob to go home
and sleep until afternoon and then
come back and see him.
"In the meantime tho governor had
started for Boston without taking a bit
of wardrobe and was in a horrible slow
X know what he should do. Miss Au
erson, who was on the train, suggest
ed that the next d:ry they could get up
early and go to some costurncr's in
Boston and-get something that would
lo. Thisdid not 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. He reached Bos
ton in an unenviable state of mind, and
put up at the Trcmont House."
"Where was Bob, all this time?"
"Hold on and 1 will tell you. Bob
went home and slept, and went to sec
Connor in the afternoon. Connor told
him lo get together everything that the
governor would want in" "Ingomar; "
and jjo to Boston ou the night train,
ii ml go lo the governor at his hotel in
the morning as though nothing had
happened. Bjbdldbo, and when the
governor came down stairs early the
next morning there was B jo silting at
the foot of llie stairs. "Hello. Bob!"'
said Mr. McCullough, "have you got
Tiri-t!i!tir fill riirlit. for t!;i-oiii:ir?''
'Yes, sir," replied he, "just as you
told me, sir."
"You ought to hear the jrovcrnor tell
the stcrj ""When I saw Bub titling
there that morning," says he, "I felt
that I could have put my arms around
Kim and hugged the Scotch cuss."
High chimneys for factories arc now
becoming unnecessary, by reason of the
introduction of a new kind of oven.
Any manufacturer, it is asserted, can
place ono of thete ovens in his works,
and obtain from every ton of slack he
uses coko worth $2. tar and ammonia
worth 1, and 14, (M) feet of gas to gen
erate swam. Tho coke, tar, and am
monia will thus, it. is claimed, con3ider
bly more than pay for tiack, wear and
William Gibson, formerly of Albany,
K. Y.t who died leceully in Nvw Mexi
;. leaving a::- estate of A2.S5.000, in
his will .bcoueai hs A-OOO to j
HGtf,-of AlUany-, a former sweetneart.
New IJi:5us;rr TrsiiiiN.
We desire lo c;ill llie ulttMi'ion
ol tin? public -to llio increased
nassenirer train service on the
I - c
-Muskingum Valley Division oi"
llie 1'. J. A; St. iiouis Ry. under
the new schedule which took ef
led Mav 11th. In addition to
the regular trains heretofore in
servjee, a new one ha? been put
on in each direction between Cin
cinn.iti and Dresden Junction,
having through coaches between
those points, stopping only at
principal ticket stations, and con
necting at Lancaster and Circle
ville with trains to and from
points an the flocking Valley
and Scioto Valley Railways.
Trains now leave Lancaster as
fo.lows : Going East, 9:15 a. m.,
12:14 p.m., 4:25 p. m. Going
West, 0:15 a. in., 3:20 p. m., 5:45
p. m., and under the now arrange
ment patronstare enabled to visit
local points and return the same
day. The new schedule is de
cidedly the best in every respect
thaMhis division has ever had,
and it is to be hoped that the new
trains will be so successful as to
jnstify making them permanent.
Juno 19 2w
Fourth of July 1S84.
The Pitssburgh, Cincinnati i &
St. Louis Railway and the Chi
cago, St.Louis& Pittsburgh Rail
road, Panhandle Route, will sell
cheap excursion tickets to and
from all stations on July 3d and
4th, good to return until July 7th
inclusive. Children between
the ages of five and twelve years
will be "carried at one-half ex
Great preparations arc being
made at niany prominent points
to celebrate the day in an ap
propriate manner, and all the
popular resorts will be filled
with patriotic picnic parties.
The rates will be very low, and
everybody should turn out and
enjoy the" Glorious Fourth.
E A. FORD,
G. P. & T. A.
When 3Tou see a counterfit on the
sidewalk, pick it up. You are li
able Unarrest if you try to pass it.
GRIGGS' GLYCERINE SALVE
The best on earth, can trul3r bo
said of Griggs' Glycerine Salve,
which is a sure cure for. cuts, bruis
es, scalds, burns, wounds, and all
other sores. Will positively cure
piles, teller and skin eruptions.
'fortius wonder healer. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money refunded.
Only 25 cents. JTorsalehy Mill
er & Case. " may 8-1 y.
Go to Frank Myers for fresh
CAUSE OF FAILURE,
Want of confidence accounts for
half of tho business failures of
to day. -Miller & Case, tho Drug
gist, is not liable to fail for tho want
ofconficence in Dr.Bosanko's Cough
and Lung byrup, ior He gives
awav a buttle free to all who are
6ufjbring with Cougle, Colds. Asth-
-... .i -it .:
ma, v;onsumpiion anu an auuuuuiis
tho Throat and Limns.
Sure Cure for 1'ilcs,
The first symptom of Piles is an
intense itching at night after getting
warm- This nnpleaat sensation is
immediately relieved by an appli
cation of Dr. Eosanko's Pile Rem
edy. Piles in all its forms, Itch,
Salt Rhume,and Ringworm can h?
permanently cured by the 'use of
this greatxemedy. Price 50 cents.
Manufactured by The Dr. Bos
anko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold
by Miller & Case.
TDESE ARE SOLID. FACTS.
The best blood purifier and sys
tcm regulator ever placed within
the retch of suffering humanity,
truly is Electric B Iters. Inactiv
ity of the Liver, Biliousness, Jaun
dice, Constipation, AVeak Kidneys
or any disease of the urinary or
gans, or whoever requires an appe
tizer, tonic or mild stimulant, will
always find Electric Bitters the
Lbcst and only certain euro known.
They act surely and quickly, every
bottle guaranteed to give entire
satisfaction or money refunded.
Sold at fiftp cents a bottle by F.
Our Present Bletsing.
Our b'.essings are not appreciated
until we arc deprived of them.
Most notable amng them is health,
the lack of which magnifies other
burdens. A hacking cough, a sev
ere cold, or any. throat or lung dis
ease is veiy '1b'ublesome ; but all
these may be quickly and perma
nently removed by Rigelow's Pos
itive Cure. Price 50 ccuIh; trial
buttles free of Miller & Case.
TheSchool Examiners of Hooking coun
ty, Ohio, will muL-tat the
Union School Mouse,
First and Third Saturdays oi'
a t '.) o'oloclr, a. in., excopt January. July
aim Ain;iiht. .iiilirnntMini"l lunn.li pre
paid -n k'olopf-s ny which they will leceive
the result ol thu c.:iiiiiii:U ion.
of good imjrl oharnclor will ho requited ca
tlne unknown to tin; lioutd.
The grading IsieptVM-ulfd on a scaleof
to UK) , ami .ix ckuM-rt of ecrtiUcatos will
be issued, vizr
a k. ih-. '
FirstClass,Fie War-. Xn hmnrli los
than ii'isuid an i-xperinii-e of not le than
Llnve -niMcii!io ie.ir-ol leaching nest
prtecfMrdiim the application, eighteen
month of which experience shall -have
Ijcimi in one pl.iec.
Second Cl-ivs, Three Years. When the
applicant haian ;iver igeol :r, ncv liumcli
lessHian Dfl.aud twenty four months ex
Third Class,. Twenty Four Months. An
average of &0, no branch less than So and
eighteen months ::peiience in teaching.
Fourth (-'lass, Eighteen Mouths. An av
erage of ", no branch lc-o than 7o and
twelve month experience in teaching.
Fifth Class, Twelve Months. When in no
branch there islets than TO.
Sixth ClA&s, aX iKont'rs: When in no
branch theieislesirthani.U. This is atrial
certificate and will not be is-sued to an. ap
plicant who nan tangnt, alter tcpt. l, ibKJ.
Asatisfactoiy examination in the The
orvand Pracllceoftt aching and n goodde
Kreaof success is teaching raid governiiitia
bchool will be fa voiahly considered. Ali-phc-iutsnrereauiied
Jo fmnish testimo
nials of good moral-character.
J. 1 H.STEDU.
January 1, 1670. Ei.auiii.arj
CIRCULATION - - 1500.
Iw'k 3 w'ks 4 w'ks S m's Cm's 1 yT
Business cards of five lines or leas W per
Simple announcements of mnrriagesand
deaths, and church and benevolent society
notices iuberted free. Any additions to
obituary notices will be charged 5centsper
Local businessnotlcoslO cents porllna.
SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER. YEAR
tion. Tho Democracy or the llfth Congressional
District, composed o! thu counties of Fair
field, Franklin, Jlocklne nd Pickavruy,
will meet, in Columbus, Tue.td.iy, July 29,
1SH, at 11J o'clock, A. M., for tho purpose
of hominiftinj; .1 candidate lor ConrebS to
represent vaiil District.
The biusis of representation shall be as
follows: Each township :uid ward shall
be entitled to one delegate for each one
hundred votes, and one tlelecate for each
fraction of Jilt.v votes and overcast for
Coventor Ilondly in IS1-::. The several
counties comprising the District will be
entitled lo the lollowlng number of dele
'' V'TKS. DELEGATES.
Fairfield, - -17-U 47
Franklin, 11031 110
llocltinsc, 21.MS 25
1'iclcaway, : 57'
By order of tho District Cnmmittoe.
"W. :N. ENGLAND,
A. K. VAX CLEAF.
From the Zancsvillc Herald.
The most cusual visitor to Cbo
gnil & Parsons' JJusiness College
eanuot fail to become impressed with
the comprehensive, systematic and
thorough course of tuition theroin
imparted. The spacious hall with
its .Bank and actual Circulating
Currency Commission mart. Brok
erage counter, Exchange and even
Post Oilico all in operation re
spectively employed by a large and
industrious complement of energctie
pupils, bear striking evidence, in
their comparative silent operations,
to a fixed purpose in view and that
purpose a practical business train
ing. No original ideas, new meth
ods or approved modern systems in
trade, commerce, or business life,
escape their attention. Immediate
ly upon a student entering this grand
institution (which he can do at any
time), he at once views the stern
realities surrounding an active bttsi
ncss life. I's varied claims, vicissi
tudes, uncompromising discipline
and grave responsibilities impercep
tibly take possession of him, while
his associations are such as to bright
en his faculty of comprehension
and materially improve his moral
Genial, generous and kindly in
fluences arc brought to bear in
stimulating his ambition to make
his mark in the world. No reason
able privileges, favors or encourage
men ts are with eld that might tend
to stimulate pupils to a true spirit
of manly emulation and a pardon-1
abte pride for the achievement of I
distinctive honors. Every individ
ual student receives like considera
tion, and as a result, a failure to
success is comparatively unknown
in thi3 college.
As an evidence of its popularity,
during the past month alone the fol
lowing pupils have entered :
Harry L Curtis, JKashport. O.
Mitchell Lane, Adamsville,0.
Charles Stewart, McConnelsville,
G. B. D. Adams, city.
E S Ferrell, Adamsville, Ohio.
James Cross, Adamiville, Ohio.
W II Slater, Adamsville, Ohio.
E S Davis, Volcano, W Va.
G F Young, Lower Salem.
G N Wilson, Morristown Ohio.
Arihur B Bankin, Gratiot, Ohio.
Wm II Bainl, Sago, Ohio.
Geo. B Monteith, Long Beach,
Clarence F Barker, Long Heacji,
Clarence V Fleming, Hanover,
W C Plummer, city.
And while on the subject, we may
stale that during a recent visit lo the
institution we were, highly pleased
to recognize the genius of Mr. Bar
eons, in the construction of a new
elcated railway, the lensrth of the
college, traversed by silent messeu
gers, in the shape of a hollow ball
that contain written messages from
one department to another without
the slighest interference with the
usual quiet of the room. The Prin
cipals of the college take groat inter
est in entertaining visiters and ex
plaining the operation of their en
tire educational .system. Circulars
and specimens of penmanship, pro
duced in the liighost s'yle of "the
art preservative of arts'' are freely
circulated, and we assure whoever
calls once that they will .retire with
a sense vol' appreciation but very
Address CllOGUILL & Parsons,
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 in the Chest, ect ,
but for those who doubt, ask your
neighbors who have used it or sjet
a five sample bottle ol Miller it Ca
se's, the Druggist. Regular size 0
cent and $1.00.
The proof of the pudding is
in cliHwinglhe string, but in having
au opportunity 'to lest the article
direct. ililler& Case, the Dmg
gisl, has a froe trial bottle of Dr.
HosaurMs Coush and Ijim-j; Syrup
for each and every one who is al-
tiicled with Couglis,Colds, Asthma, !
Consumption orany Lung Alleetiou.
Fortify the system- All who have
experienced and witnessed theenect
ot ilostcter's Stomach Bitters upon
the weak, desponding victims of
dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever
and ague, rheumatism, nervous
debility, or premature decay, know
that in this supreme tonic and alter
nate there cxisis a specific princi
ple which reiehcs the very source
of the trouble, and efiec's an abso
lute and peimnncnt cure. For sale
bv all Drugdsts and Dealers generally.
SI. 00 $2.00 SS-oO So.OO SCW)
2.00 T..75 1.00 7.00 0.00
3.00 3.75 5.50 9.00 ia.00
3.50 5.50 6.50 10.00 14.00
4.00 7.00 8.00 12.00 lfi.00
5.50 S.50 10 00 15.00 20.10
7.00:i0.00 11.00 18.00 25.00
8.00 12.00 1 1.C0 20.00 83.00
10.00 17,00 20X0 35.00 55.00
CoUos, Mag Valley & Tobdo
Tho Shortest llouto Between
Taking Effect, May 18, '84.
Lv Toledo 4 lOam 1010 a m 535 pin
Fostoria G02... 11 33 ... 7 02 ...
Cnrev C1... 12 05 pm 7 3-j ...
Up.Sandnhky.. 710 ... 1240... 810 ...
Marion 7 48... 118... 8 47 ...
rrospect...... 8 0S... 140... S)07 ...
Uoleware 85... 20C... )& ..
Ar Columbus 3J... 300... 10 30...
Lv Columbus 7 00 a m 3 Oo pm 60pro
Lancaster. 9 17 a m 4 SU pm 21 pm
Logan 10 02 a. m 5 18 imi 8 12 pm
Ar Athens H 05 a in 9 30 pm S20 pm
1S7 pm 830 pin
.'2 32pm 935pm
. 4 SO am 1 15 pm.
5 lGa.m 9 09 pm ..
7 05 am 7 05 pm 12 45pm
,.820 am 8 17 pm 1 47 pm
.. 0 12 am 8 68 pm 232 pm
,.10 30 am 10 20 pin 3 55pm
Xj Columbus ... .12 05 am 445am 4 I.j pm
Delaware 12 57pm 5 37 am 50Spm
Piospect 1 21 pm G 02 am 532 pm
Marion .1 10 pm 8 22 am 5 52 pin
Up. Sandusky 2 20 pm 7 15 am G 45 pm
Cnrev 2 10 pm 7 35 am 7 05 pni
Kostoria 3 12 pm 8 05 am 7 30 pm
Ar Toledo 4 3-5 pm 9 25 am 9 00 pm
IMrecti'onimotions inntle in Union Dii
pol at Columbus, for Newark, ZanesvillP,
Pittsburg, "Wheeling. lJaltimore, Washing
ton nnil Philadelphia; also for Dayton,
Cincinnati, Louisville and all points South
tjCIose connections nf Toledo for De
troit and all points in Michigan ana Cscn-
w'h HARKISON ,Gcnl rafis. As't. .
mm E. BAUOH.
Mammoth Invoice of
BOOfS & SSOSS
of every description, which the
above named local deal
er has provided
embrace everything desirable in
the. general lines of Boot
wear lhat may be called for
adapted to all ages and
both sexes, and in all the
New Shapes and ol the
Most approved Makes
These goods are all fresh and
have been carefully se-
lectedj and are
TO GIVE ENTIRE
to purchasers alike as regards
wearing qualities and prices.
Occupies a Room in tho
KeUcopsa selected .stock or ready made
BooU and Shoes.
Custom Made Work a Specialty.
WILLIAM K J.INGE. Prop,
The people of Logan arre'lnvltod to Call
f ou mo when in the ctty for
Fresh Groceries, Choice Wines,
Best Boer and Cigars.
my Restaurant will bo supplied with fresh
Oysters, Game, Fih and everything the
market srtfords iu season. may 10, 'o3
on James River, Va., m a
Northern hettlement. Il
lustrated circular lree, J. F. Madia, Claro
lnont, Virginia. (Feb. 21, 'Silw
EVEKV ONE whoOWSS nWACOJf WAKT8 a
CANOPY TOP f
IFa1! unlike an Umbrella.
T?;chB leaf than IS lbs. Car
be taken offer put ou lo 8 min
ute. Made in sizei ta fit toil-
cess wagons, i)eaiure wagons,
ana ougMC. cna ior illus
trated circular and price lUt.
'AcenU trunted cTrjwhr
D.6. BEERS & C0.Patcats4-Kfi.,SaiidjUooktC
1 E7A1 1 1 51 A iV tVl "
S lEgSLiJ " - i i-p
All ot tho hcHi, both new and rlil Placti, Trait
Pte &l Gtwai spr.r.xDiD
iJ ITE UJi& B-1 Kvcr.
30 PACKETS HOWES (ED9, Si
For the other 63 St Seta anil l.OOl thinss ha
eides, eend f or.oar jUiutrated Catalcjruo or.over la
yaaeB, tVecC'0"' fatter nor mm e reliable. Ktab.
IifHed 30 yr. SOOacres. SlIarTeQiecnhousGS
VAMXESTUuLB, IAKE COUNTS. OHIO
From KervoiiH,l'liroiic and Bloort Dlfeascs,
ICrnin .tin! Ilart Afleotloiis.lVenlt I.unir,
KrnonIbiIitj', Broken Uohii t'outl
tutionvand Weaknons ol the HIlney,Ulad
der ale Crluiir.v Oruaim,asL your Druggist tor
Dr. C3ICVS3. "W- SCOOr'S
WORLD RENOWNED SPECIFIC NO. 13,
A L001, 15HA1N & KERYE TONIC.
Jf lour Drntgist does not kpop it k him tn order it
forjon. $ I. per bottle. Cc,Bcer and Iron
is tho Greiitt SMical UlBcoverj of modem time.
For pnmphlot , ith f nil rnrt iculare. iiiidreRs
CHAS. W. SCOTT M.D., Kansas City, MO
lite Dr. SCOTT S JJIVJSJt 1'ILLS.
Of S555 CASII, 1 ,000 Imported Novelty Pocket
Euivea and 5,000 pouncU of too Great
TO BE GIVE-AWAY";
rVERY COXST73IUR savins ornr 30 Xam vriH
1)0 UKWAKDUI). SHK) tolst.S?K)to2,l SSO
S30 to ttU. S20 :o Il SSIO to IOsh. !5 to nth.
?,(()( Imiiortcd Pocket Hnivca worth $1 each.
ad 5,0x)(f pnui'iH ZIIO-ZOO TIus TflinPPO, to
Ixj it en in rotatjjs, too laryeat munbor of taps ro.
tcru&l vn!l rect-ufi tho nrstreai-d, 8100 Cnxli,
R-o-i A liiiT'is-r, SSO, and bo on donu to a loot. tlu
of y.GS-.00 Mtacco. Tliejo ChnUnaH and Kew
Year r.iardi will be distributed Ivtween Decern.
Iwr SJth an-J January ls-L Chew this dullBhtfui to-liacc-i,
the bpsr rver innilc. Save tho f.j and scud
Uicm Ly linul, bet.-eea Dcocmljer 1 jth anu 23th, to tho
WILSON & UfrCATXAY TOItACCO CO.
rSCntiiddressMnt uuu psuteuu KnTClops.
This is THE FINEST POUND PtUG EVER MADE,
ASK YOUR DEALER "OS ZOO-ZOO.
I. B. & W.
fymt hra' gout?
EAST & WEST,
NORTH and SOUTH.
This Great ThronehEonte
is now Completed andin Full
Operation, running through Pas
senger Trains daily, as follows :
aa-Three solid trains oach way between
BsrTwo trains eacli way between Coium
bun, Indianapolis and Decatur.
ttTwo trains each way between San
dusky, Indianapolis l'eoriaand Decatur.
BseTwo trains each way between San
dusky, Dayton and Cincinnati.
jtjjjThree trains each day between San
dnsky.SpriUElield and Columbus.
US-Four traiiiK each way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Dayton and Cincinnati.
wa-Two trams each way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Indianapolis fc Chicago.
With Sleepingand Reclining Chair Cars
on Night Twins, and elegant Parlor ami
modern Day Coaches on Day Trains.
Its tmck is laid with heavy Ftecl rails',
thoroughly ballasted, with easy grades and
few carves. Traversing as it does the heart
of the tlirt great states of Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois, uniting in close business re
lationship the capital cities oi the first and
second, with the second city ot tho third,
and puling: 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.
KEThrough Tickets and Uaggago Checks
to all principal points, North, East, South
and West, can be obtained at any Ticket
OUtcc of the I. 15. & W. R'y, also via this
route at all railroad office throughout tho
country- Rates always us low as the low
est. Don't purchase tickets to any point
without flrht consulting the agents of the
Particular advantages ofiered to Western
Emigrants. Laud una Tourist Tickets lo
all points reached by any line.
ftin,Passenger Train 8 leave Columbus, as
follows: UflO a.m., 3:20 and 115 p. m.,
C. E. Henderson, Gen'l Manager H.JI
Bronson, Genl TicUftt As't.
JAMES DeWOLE, Pass Ag't.
2C North High St., ColurobasrO
All telegrams weic sent by Ox Teams,
JVot Many Years Ago,
All Clothing -
That had become Soiled or Faded, Avas cost
aside; but now hiicli ;oods can be ro-lus-tred,
renovateil or dyed and made as good
ax now. That is our trade, and -we have
just placed in our establishment Newila-
cmnery, con&ibitng oi a
Cetrifugal Hydro Ex
tractor, A Largo Finishing Cylinder, a
Crape Shawl Frame and u
S:eam Shawl .Press,
And a full lino of Steam Machinery and
we are hotter prepared than ever to do firnt
class work. And we sha'l do none hut the
uckI of work at a fair pilcc.
KCRemember, thtse are all facta and
don't make a mistake, but send all your
old laded and Hoi led Clothing ot any
Kind to the.
City Steam Dye Mouse,
Branch will be Started i&
Logan in September.
and get two dollar's worth for eTery dollar
- Y! ,1.. ....... .a ..mw n.t.l WAltd
you pa u. rnco mi uui iu u ouu.
May 10", lSS3-iy
Sesame and LUlies, paper, 10c; cloth 2oc.
Crown of Wild Olive, paper, 10c. cloth 25c
Ethics of the Dust, paper 10j, cloth iic.
, .. ....,! I llllnu r-w.nni f Wllrt fSllVR
and Ethics-of yie Bast, tn one volume, half
t 1 ..1...... Cfl. trnilArii I.li,lTrK.
StoiiCiOf Venice, etc., in preparation.
Larue catalogues fre.
JOHN B. AL.DEN, Publisher, IS Vesoy bt)
New Vork. (Feb. 21. '81 lw
OHIO CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Time Card taking eficct May 11, '84
East Toledo . .10 33 5 00 21o 2o
Fembervlllo II 19 5 11 1 3? 8 4a
Fo-doiia 12 01 C21 12 50 3 0..
lterwick 12 20 616 12 2(5 7 20;
Siycamore. 12 40 7 07 12 Oo 6 4b
Airivc 120 7 10 1.11 SO G (Jo
Bueyrus A si ,-1J-
Lcave 135 4 47 All lo 02
MtGilcad 523 ' 5T.H 10 31 8 21"
Man.-i.KO 5 48 C 01 10 07 7 47
Ceiiterburg 312 C21 lo I7
Hnrtionl -5 22 6 35 0 3o 7 03
Johnstown 353 C VJ i; . "J'
.Mexandna 3 50 7 03 On. Jri
Granvillo 4 02 7 15 Ko5. 5
Hebron 4 20 7 30 S31 51
IfadlyJnnc.arr 447 800 1.8 19 4 47
15.WI1.. loo 817 7 50 4 33
1'ickcrlug 513 8 37 7 30 4 12
P U A SI PI AM
Columbus... 5 50 3 15 6 50 4 30
Pleasantvlllo .4 5.5 8 22 7 52 4 32
Ku-,hville -5 07 840 7 30 3jl
llremen 517 8 52 7 23 3 27
Junction City 5 31 010 7 09 SOS
New Lexington 5'40 0 22 6oi 2 4S
V M A 31 AM V M
Corning 6 10 9 15 10 10 5 15
Connectlousnroiniideat Kostoria with I.
E .t W H'y lor Finality, Jliini, ai Jiarys
Miiuciciuui Liifnyctte, Ind, Biooniingtoii
IU.,Kiui'::isCity nndSt Louis. , ,
At Iiiiuyrusfor all points, on PF1V & C
At lievcring for Cr.".tliiif, Clovelnnil.mul
nil pointsoii C'olumbu. Divisions of J O C&
lAtlConlorlinrs: fr Mt Vernon, Clinton,
Akron and all points on C Mt V A. C R'd
Atllromon and New Lexington for Isev
ark, Lanc:uster,Z.iiicsvillennd all points on
Cincinntttiand Muskinijuni Valley Divis
ion of 1 U.s St Louis R'y,
At Junction City for Shawnee and.all
points on Str.iitsville Div T. fe O KM.
At fJoliiiiiluiM-onnoction is made at Un
ion Dfit with tralnsforCincinnali, Lonis
vilIc,liiiIianapoliK,Wahlilii!:toii,H:iUimoie andall Southtrn and Eustcrn cities.
W 11 Vaudegrilt, Sup't
G O Hadley, Uea'l Ticket Ag't
William II. Aplin ofXevr Geneva, Jack
son county, Vest Virginia; or Washing
ton Court J louse, J.ickson county. West
Virginia, will take notice that on the !th
davofApiil.liSI, John II. White, as Ad
ministrator ol the csUtte of John T. Aplin,
deceiicctl, iirouglit suit ai;ainit hi in in the
Hocking Common 1'Ieas i.t Logan, Ohio,
to recover SSU 1(1, and asks judgment with
interest Irom August 1J, 1865, less 160 paid
t hereon AutwfJi, lbT7r and that therealtor
.said Admiui'itialor had au attachment is
sued in Raid action, and had the same lev
ied on, the following lauds as tho propeity
of William: H. Aplin and seeks to have the
same sold to jury said debt, viz: Fractional
lot fiiur(l), in .section seven (7), township
twelve (PJ) it lange sixteen (1C), containing
sixty-live and thirty-four hundreths acres
t ; si-ito.
l'he d.iyjfor answer to the pet:tion in said
suit is Juno 2S. 181.
Mayb-Sv Attys lor 1'lff.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S56
THE OLD RELIABLE
H AMES 3 SHOP
would annouricc to the citizens of I.ogau
mid vicinity that he has purchased the
Harness, Saddles, Collars
of n. C. R-mderson ami will contlnne the
found Saddler, of every description from S3
to SI5, Kuigsji llnrncxs of all grades, prices
irom ss to soa. work itaruehs, heavy anu
light from S22 to S30; (,'ollai-s of all kinds
from 50 ct-s so very bct Wool Collar fall
upper Je-ither for 2,30. Whips in end
less variety, largest stock of lino warran
ted hateuone whip, in the city.
Hames and Chains at low
prices Curry Combs and
Brusnes. A good Comb
and Brush lor 25c.
A large stock of beautiful Plosh lap Robes.
A good assortment of Hoite Covers ami
Blankets. Very best Harness Oil at Si 00
persalion. I use the very best material
and employ none but skilled workmen.
Call and examine my htock and prices be
fore purchasing. All goods fully warran
ted. Itepalriug promptly done. Shop in
M'right Block, opposite First Bank ofLoiran
J x sandersony
Tho Bonrd of School Examiners of Logan
Village will hold regular meetings for tLc
Examination of applicants for teachers'
On the Third Wednesday of Feb
ruary. April, June, August,
Oetober and December,
at the offlceof the Ruperintendaut, in tha
Hcliool ftuiidiug of said Village, comiuen
clng at 10 o'clock, a. m., of each day.
By older of Examiners,
A H.Wilson, Clerk. juno2ty
P- C. Sb Louis B. B
Pan Handle Route
SSchedulo in effect Jan. 14th, 1884. Tralnsde-
paxt it om Luncstei , as loiio '.r.;
Cln. Express 0i2m
Mall 4:37 p ra
Washington Local Fro ight 4 17 a m
Cincinnati Express 422 pm
Mall j. 8:33am
Above trains run daily except Sunday
N B The Mine civen above is Central
Standard Time which is28 minutes slower
than Columbus time:
Pullman 1'alace Sleeping and Hotel Curs
attached to through trains on the same.
1l.-.r T r . hit . T?.,il.Trrt.. v.,r .ifttliMlfl
ciiange, wet bound to Indianapolis. St.
Louis and Chicago; eastbouud to Pitts
burg, Harrisburjr, Baltimore, Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
- For time tnble, rates of fare, through
tickets and bagg me: cheeks and further in
tormation regmMirig- the running of tr.iins,
apply to N. S. Walpo'.e, Ticket Agent,L:n
castorOliln. JAS.Mt-CBEA, E. A. FORD,
Manager. Gen. Pass. TkL Agt
Columbus, O. Pittsburgh, Pa.
In the Kellar Building.
Mr. John Uuker will i.vi v the public,
his meatshop in IC-iler's n-xiKliin with a
kinds of the very bestm-s its, at reasonab
firices. Meatsofall kinds eoiistantlv o
land. The highest prict' p iff for fat cat
lie, sheop and liogs. January 3, 1SSI ly
THE MY TO BU
FOK THE MONEY, is to buy atthe,Ofllcc.
It siivus expense or commission and ex
pense in traveling from house to house.
Ym wm just as well nave above expenses
us vim can in buying your dry goods.
When you- buy n Domestic or XcwjHome
you get the beist. All otlier makes called
NewHinh Ann machinesare imitations,
and none are their peers. The Domestic
and New Home havo new styles of wood
work, and new sets of Attachments that
others dare not uso. Come and see for your
selves and you will be convinced that the
above is reliable, and if you huvo a Domes
tic or Now Home that has been in Hse from
10 o 20 years do not leftbem humbug you
with their so-called new' high arm ma
chines, and trade you out of it, which they
will trv to tlo.but bring your machines to
me aiiil I will put in the new Domestic or
New Home Improvements, thou you will
have a better machine and one that will
last loucer than the high arm imitation
ones, and save your money and have the
beU machine in tho world.
repaired iu tho best muiiuer and at reason- P
able prices. ,. , .
I lmveS different styles or Maclilnes
on hand, which I will sell at lov rates.
Call ami examine them.
Feb 21, 1tf-tf Hekkt L.WIZ.
A Life-saving Present.
Mr.M. E, Allison, Hutchinson,
Kan.; saved bis life by a simple
Trial Bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery, for Consumption, which
caused him to procure a large bot
tle, that completely cured him, when
Doctors, change of climate, and
everything else had failed. Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe
Coughs, and all Throat and Lung
lisMisfis. it is ffuaranteod to cine.
Trial Bottle3 free at F. Harrington's
Drug Store. Large size, $1. 00.
Feb. 15, lyr.
Loss of Memory.
An PO-pacc Cloth-bound Book of wholesomo
A'lvioe to Yotinj; Men, by a Kegular lliysician.
OBMT CDPP on receiptor two three-ceat
OtW rWEB Btazniia. Address
THE HEALTH JOURNAL, MILWAUKEE. WIS.
HHBawaas3lJT''' " '"'
Is composod of Herbal and J.Incilagiuot.i prcd
uct which luimcat3 ie sulistnnce oi tlio
I.UUSS, expectorate the. acrid umttcr
that collects in the ilruncml a-ubo,iindforn.sa
sootninc coatis vhldl relieves the Ir
ritation tlwt ciuie the coush. It clcnuucs
the lane ot all linpuritiss, ,:. ii;;ljB:n
tliem-vhcn enfscbied f.-y disea-ac, mrtgur.
ates the eireulcuon of tlio blood, and lnuctatca
nervous system. SUi;lJt colels often end tn
consumption. Jl is danrrona to ncleo.
them. Apply the remedy promptly. A
tct of twenty year w trntiits the asiernon that
noremedy lias crerhcenibnnd that Ja
prompt in JtcffcetasTUTT'S EXPefi78RAJn.
A single dose raises llie jihlsin,:.HWii's
iiiaimmation, and its use speedily cure- tr-einot
obitinatc enn;li. A pleasant cordial, chil
dren talre It readily. For Croup ii. 13
inralualile :n 1 should lo in every family.
In 2ocar.fl $1 BottJ.
ACT DIRECTLY OH THE LIVES.
Ciucx Chill and JTcvtr, B.v.pc-pia,
g!cljlead.ichc,ltiHous Colic, C-nstI;iu-tioii,Kliein:iatisi!i,rileK,
tlio Heart, J)i.xincsc, Torpid JCiivor, uutl
Pcmalc Irrea jilaritias. If Ju do not "feci
rery well,"i-MnVlcpi!liit beu-tiniu stunumtesthe
Cylcm. iricc.a.nc. :sr. Hiirraj'M . Xjf.
tfrvmil FOR TUTT'5 FfiASuAl Fiit;.-
" iwzarmtrMritrX7-r--rT-ttv.- , jfcmagisaa
: -. t
fc r- f- i - ii -i -r --"Ji ' -" ' T ii
The Leasing MTLAND;MTOALf
The Gnat Eastern Mutual Life 'Insurance Co.
54 Lexington St. Baltimore City, Ma.
This Company pays ALIi CLAIMS PKOMPTLY and IN PTJLL, and has tho GSiZ
ORIGINAIj LOW ASSESSMENT- PLA In' America. Over 5,000 PoUcles wrIUea tn
two years, representing ffs jmfiOOM insurance. Ita Plans being original, are copy
righted, and no similar features exist elsewhere. Policies ABE GOOD.no matter when
death occurs, and NO CLAIMS ABE CONTESTED, except for non-papment of dues
iuid assessments, after aFollcy Is Issued. Agents find this the most easily represented
Idfe or EHdowsaent Policies, and Is represented in SO States. Paid-up Policies
for assessments aro given members, after two years, upon: request. Send for ClTOBlMK
tetlhlE, tho Great Popular People's Company. Mention this paper. --.- . . , y
. rv First-Class Solicitors Wanted
HIJE X, BROTHER
Xeeps constantly on hand " the choicoat meats which will
be sold at the lowest possible prices for
"VTe propose kfieping Dothing btit ther verj best-meats,
those having fat cattle for sale will find it to their advaan
tai,e to call and see us before selling, as we will pay the
highest market price for choice cattle.
We have just received new machinery for making
Bologna, Sausage, &c.and;wre will guarantee satisfaction
for Infants and Children.
and overcomes ij'latulency, Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, and
Feveriahness. It insnres health and
natural sleep, without morphine.-
" Castorla fa so woll adaptedto Children that
I recommend it as superior to auy presenptioa
known iu mo." 1L A. Aucheb, M. D.,
S5 Portland Ave., Urooklyn, X. T.
CEWTAUR LIWirVlEHT an absolute cure fop Rheuma
tism, Spraius, Burns, Gulla, &c. The most Powerful and Pen.e
tratiug Pain-relieving and Healing Keniedy known to man.
& !i&r THE ONLY TRUE
fp,-sW3 Iron Tsaifi
It trill pnrlfr ami enrlrli tlic BLOOD, rectilato
lie LIVfeRaml KIDNEYS. MOlSKvroiii. lira
HEALTH and VIGOR of TOUTK ! , Jhi all, w?
Tlth iiiimcdlatc an.T wouiJerfuliesulti. Itouee,
muscles and ihtvc receive i.e-.v rorce. EaliYtus
tlic miud and sopplU-s Itraln I'owrr.
n ngi9 snllVriiis from all cO!iiTlalnU
LAOIfiO pociilliirlotlieimcx will liu.I in
DE. HABTEifS IKON TONIC a safe nud apt-erfjr
euro. It Rives a clt-ar and licallby cpnipl.tron.
The strmiifest testimony to fha'THlue or WO.
Haktek'S Inorf TonicK tliatfreiiuent attempts
at counterfcitlnir have only milled lothppoiular-
lty ortlic orlBln.il. 11 yen turnebiiy uesirt """
do not experlmenl fiettlio OWOIiiAl. A3.D UK3T.
rfsond your miurcis 10 1 ao j t. jincruoui.u.
nc unnia. iiio..iiir uur vuAoiA wu.
Fnllof strcceonml useful information. free.
DR. Harter's Iron Tonio is for Sale bt au.
Druggists and Dealers Everywhere.-
Wrichts Indian VegetablePills
And all Bilious Complaints
Sale to take, bciriR purely vegetable; no grip
ing, trice 23 eta. AUDrasssts.
... nnat- t"TI lflHir .AixiNWsntnl
nc.UURir'L.c.i c numc.fortiu.bcii.ufui
I boot. New ciliticn. N':w bin-lint. New illustrauoas
D from new design.. Superol Ko-.teii up. a.-une L pnee.
Adapted to ill c!asic. bells at sijhr. Accutk Uuir tij
wort. EXCKLLEJiTTEEMS. The liiniACleStp:o51CU3
erer issued. Apply now.
Wm. GAr.nETSOK & Co.. Odd Tellows Bloct. Colura
tus. U. Aljo other taad new boos anvl Cblcs.
BOOK AGENTS are treated with a snr
pribB'tltut is unexampled m what is now
lor the first time oirored them by the Lit
erary Revolution. Some of the best stand
ard booJs of tho world, superbly illustra
ted, richlv bound, retailed at a :nero
traction of former prices. Big Discounts
and exclusive territory givpn good agents.
100 page catalogue lree. Writoquick.
John IJ.Alden, Fublishcr.S'JJ Fearls:.,
f Ercrr SoMIor dL
&Ued in line t
mii ! iiwai uitraae or injury.
tj entitlttlto Jeiuiun. 1 hoas-tnus of iensii 4t
mkw cm cati tied tj incruau under new laws.
IVTmioiw for widows. iiijnorcliIIdrtE-dereiident
i4J lauthtr or JMbertor miuor brothers tr.d sisters
m of dutiaod tj!diers. Jtunt ctiil duo zuny
trjiairs r.txa. ieiiH. ixuuiiruuiu uisciunrt ana
arrears of pay and bounty pmcnrud wher tho
c uartiot ci'ecriiou irt trniueou.-. L;jTincaioi lost
dich.irrtJ3ulilainetI : bend for blanks and institutions
W bTOUlAKr Z. CU -212 C bt Waalnnsicc, I). U
Farm For Sale.
Acres of coort Fairfield
it uiv. rrici" .-' i-i .
lottuill Cip.irliculrti ini.ulieor
JOHN W W1USUN. Carroll, O.
Or i;. H. ilUL'HUArs, Logan, U.
May n, ll-::m
1 P0 $s?f
Count v Lanil.rn a deMniDio iiiul ncaitny
location, ten acre? ol ood tinibci-, iiiutiu
on the Lancaster it Willchoter pike, one
and oiu -hair miles fliun ("arroil, and two
and one-half mihs froiii Hooker's station.
( hui.h v.iihin oiic-fotnih mile, t-choo one
haif Mile, well wateji-il by Kood spring,
line vuiiiik Or.haiil..ii:i good iiii?ftiu-
What gives our Children rorr cheeks;
What cures their fevers, makes thm slMf ;
When babies fret and cry by turns.
What cures their colic,- kills their worms.
JVhat qntc&Iy cures Conipataon,
Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion,
Farewwll then to Morphine Syrups,
Castor OU and Paregoric, and
Jtr I T I-- rrv
t- C - '
favorabllinown to this community as
one of tho bust
in the Stute, has opened a Merchant Tail
oring Shop in ilieSpyby bulldiugand will
keep ou hand tho bct and latest styles of
end will make
Suits to Order
I onshort notice. Call and sea his stock of
of the latest si-ylcs, and learn the rates
which they aro furnished. Perfect
BUOKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tlio Ecst Salve iu the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Horea, Ulcers, Salt
Itheum, Fever Sores", Tetter, Ghap
pd Hands, Chrlblains, Corns, and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction,
or irtoney .refunded. Trice 25 cents
per box. Fcr Sale By F. Harring
ton. " niayS'-'-ly.
Plants for Sale.
I will ha prepared to furnish
our citizen and people near and
far with any amount of thrifty
Cabbane, Tomato. Sweet Potato
and other plants for the garden.
I guarantee them as first class in
qiialitv and in plants.
1 will supply the people at my
stand on Market Square, com
mencing (he first of next week,
wilh all tho early Vegetables,
and at which place all orders can
be left for Plants, which will be
promptly furnished at reasonable
rates. IIexhy Gojipf.
Xo other coin plaint are so insidious in their
attack as those aflucUng tha throat and Inrgac
noue so trilled with by the aiajority of sulfer
ers. The oriliuary cough or cold, renaltuir
perhaps from a trilling or unconscious ci
posarc, is often bnt tho beginning of a fatal
fiekness. Ai'EU's Cmerhv Fkctokal. basf
well proTu its efficacy iu & forty years fight
irith throat and Irc; diseases, and bhualdU"
taken in all cases withont delay.
A Terrlbla Cough Cared.
"In 1857 1 took a1 revere cold, which affect-orf
ay lungs. 1 hsU terrible eoagh, and passet
night after night without uleep. l'he doctors
gare wo n.--' J trieil Atkr's Cnuutx 1'Jtr
TOKAL, waich relicTed jtry lungs, induced
Sleep, and afforded me the reet necessary
for the recovery of my strength. By the)"
continnetl use of the .TxCtokai. a perma
nut care was elTectad, I am now Cj years;
old, hale and hoirrr, ami am satiated joap
Cheiusv rtrusAi" saved inc.
Soekinauasi, Vt., JsJy 15, 1SSU
Croup. Another's Tribute.
" Whilo in the- country last winter my H1U
hoy.Uirce years old, was taken ill with croupr
it seemed as if ho would uia from straDga-
Intion. One ot the family suggested tho a
of Area's CuKurtr Pectok-vl, a bottl of:
-which was always kept, in the house. This;
was triad in small sad , frequent doses, ami
to oar delight hi less than half an hour the
little patient was breathing easily. The doo
tor said that the Chekky Fectobai. har
sared ray darling's life. Can you wonder a
our gratitude? Sincerely yours,
Jifis. Emma Gbdwkt."
ISO West 12Sth St., Xw York, Way 1C, OtX.
"I haTe used Ateh'h Cukkbt Pkctorav
In my family for several years, and do not
hesitate to pronounce it the most effectual',
remedy for coughs and cohis we have ever
triad. . A.J.CRAax.
hake Crystal, Minn., Jlarch 13, 1SS2.
' I suffered for eight years from Bronchi tta
and after trying' niaur remedies with no sac-
oess. 1 iftks cored by the cso o ATEK'a CbeT
-srlt-croitAL. JoiEru WAtDEJf."
B-fhalia, MUa., April S, IsSZ.
"I cannot say enough in prsiss of ATER"sf
CnKRRV Pectoral, belieTir.g as I do tha
hut for its uso 1 should loagbinco have died
from lun? 'roubles. JS.lSKAGDtiXS'
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
Ko' case of an affection of tho throat or
Jtaigs exists which cannot be greatly relleve4v
by the uso ox Ateb's CnEaar Pxcxorai
and it will aticayt ewrt when the dJaease m
not already beyond tho oostral of modioike.
Or. J. C.AyeriCo., Lowell, Mm:
(COnthtzted from last vxii.) .
Hm Watch Xases are Math.
It is a &ct not goceraJIy known that tW
James EotfGold WaieS Oases reallr omS
tain more curs odd than many ''sttSi ''
sold cases Tho demand' for these-wwlss- f$
cases Itas led to the macufactnra cf a I67-
poor graaa 01 souu goict; watca cue
low la quality, and deficient in quantii
These caaea ar mado lrzra -ij to 10
and a 5 or 6 karat case !b often sold ibrUfV
or 14 karat. It 13" ot economy to buy &"
watch case eo poor in quality tliatit iriH
eoon lose its color, or ona to soil that it iriSc
lose it shape and fail to shut tight, thu
lemng in uust. anu uaniagmg-ute wonts.
one so thin that a slight blow wilt break
the crystal, and perhaps) .the moTepenk"
It IS economy to buy JaeU Bomf Gold'
Watch Gue, in which xoxk of these tiungt
ever occur. This watch case Is ngtceiexperi'
meat it has been madd nearly thirty years.
EAt.BT0S. P.L.Oct. at. MBS, ,
X sold two- Jnraaa Boss' Gold tVstoh Casoi iblrtr.
ytara ago, when they Ami came oqt and Buy are iat:
eood oadlUon yet. Ona of tham U earned hy a.
carpenter. Mr. I.. W. Braie, of Ealttan, aad osly ,,
shows tho wear in 02s cr two rls:tthe other bjr
Kr. Cjwnani, of Cunningham. Pa-v sad I can ee
duos oae or Botdi of titto esses at any time.
SxLTsraa xole; Immtttr.
fivi J cmt Haoy H Iiphn Uk tw;rlH FMSm.'
ISaa. n, far'ftiailiwi Ututrlc TvmiUU iMtS feW
aow Vcmf iuIijiIm Wta ftow an Tiiila.
(To b Contented.)
leg feeHs oT
exhaasUon without effort, which makes Ms'
a burden to so many people, is" dme to'tfc
fact, that the blood is poor, aid the TttalMfr
consequently feeble. If yo" are twJtahsa"
from soch t eellsgs,
!s Just what yoa oeetl, and will do yea
No other preparation to toujuntiim)
combines blood-purifying, rtwiTMin-,
fcig, and invigorating gaaUtle,ai
Dr. J.C. Ayer&Co., LoweH,
fr - DR. DAVID - v
Stscererei lit ;
Spediu "snttetT toxst.
Of alariair-Aawe, Otesai
kcbj, Rkcttwuttia. SeretV
stletsa snsanFesaale Ceeav"
wlatata.. , -,, .5J
Tested for SO years, tt cares 90 per era taf
cases! Fare Blood slvesBIoomlas; Health t
Satisfaction guaranteed. It is purely vegetable,
non-AlcohoHcL Elective, Palatable, 81.00 ii
bottle. Send for pamphlet. Of all druggists, or et
t PATIO KEKKKDT, 3I.P:,Kdout,.lV
Cars rdpitation of tho Dcart, Nexvoasaaes.
fcccblingi, TTcrvoas Headache, Lcaconbe3e
Cold Hands and Foci, Pain in tho Back, nd"
ther fama of Fcnalotycataeaa. Thaycnrica
and lEprcvo tho quality of tha Blood, purMlr
and brighten tho Complexion, allay Xerrow
JrrUaUoa, and seenro Eefreshlng Slceji, JasV
tiio remedy needid by women whoso pate, eolor.
less face? show tho absence ot Iron in the Blood.
Remember that Iron is ona of theconstHaentsr
cf the Blood, aad is tho eremt oUe. Tesr
Jrotl Pills ara also rslnsWc for men wb ate
etc. Price,50ecataperbox. Bentbynsaa. Al
Ckss, CARTER If EOICINK COHJ
c- 22 Park Place, NW Yf
Odd by Proggists rroiyvnase.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
ff rrtrr9 Vs
'.i Unaji: trjjl die HToiw". noT or l.crc Feriea,
F(Hitz'.lirti!cr'.nriiiM.-l in lime
J-Vut.N I'in ilrr- u Ul cik-- aiid previt Hon CnOLBK.
KniM's IVmilrr will M-eVf nt (iiru i rowi.
Toatit ruwi'iTJi!rincreBfe lh. quantity of ipllk
and crrjm Utility per ctiiL.nDiI tadiu the buUr Orm"
rini'7IVwJilKurBir jiwVnt lmot sntpf
I.-iv .it in a nicb IIr- sii'l I'ntVrji-' ubiiit.
trf. I f- b. n viii ur.s S iT:s?.i.Tii
DAVIDS FO-UTZ. Proprietor,
mm' mm kWmm sbiibbi felskiw.
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