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EDITOR .VKD PROPRIETOR.
THE LOGAN POST-OFFICE
TERMS TEK YEAR,
Thursday, July 24, 1884.
DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET.
Discovered to be a Deserter.
OF NEW YORK
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
DeiaecnMlc District Ticket
For Common.Pleas Judge,
JOHN S. FRD2SNER.
Democratic Caaaty Ticket:
For Clerk of Conrt
For Probate Judge
William T Acker
For County Treasurer
For County CommiMiontr
John T Nutter
For County Surreyor
James W Davis
For Infirmary Director
- Andrew Wright' -
Continuing the report of the
contest for the Post-mastership
of Logan, we commence where
we left off last week.
In parenthesis, we regret to
discover that the Republican
Gazette is asleep on this question
and we are compelled to furnish
the awake people with all the
important proceedings in this vi
tal local matter.
On Monday of last week, Mr.
Pursell sent on to Washington
his Bond. His bond is $8,000.
His bendsmen made affidavit to
a valuation of $28,000. ,
. The Bond was not entrusted to
fthe mails, but was sent by ex
On Saturday of laBt week a
number of copies of the Ports
mouth Times were received here,
in which paper it was charged
that Pursell was a Deserter from
the A.rmy, and inviting the at
tention especially of Col. Weldy
to ibis fact.
Col. Weldy went to Columbus
and procured the following cer
tificate from the Adjutant Gen
eral's Office, and furnishes it to
gether with the United States
Laws bearing upon the. nutter,
for publication, as follows:
We are glad that the war rec
ords of all us great men are to be
investigated. Our esteemed Re
publican eotemporary says
Cleveland was of military age
and asks where was he when the
war was on. He informs us that
he was studying law. This was
about the time Post Master, "Par
sell was milking his mother's
cow in the back yard, and the
officer in command of his Com
pany was marking him down a
deserter. It was about this time
that Al. Brooke pulled his teeth
to avoid the draft, and at the ex
act time when ex-post master
Rempel resigned in the face of
the enemy tor the good of the
service, and lor the dishonorable
work of chasing Democrats from
their hemes, supported by Wis
consin soldiers. About the same
time that Cleveland was keep
ing out. of the armyT Blaine was
concocting his schema for land
grabs and railroad subsidies
which made him rich. "Tho edi
tor of the Sentinel was organiz
ing the home guards, and a vast
army of us heroes were all ma
king records which will make
handsome frames around the
quiet, order'y, gentlemanly con
duct at this time, of the Demo
cratic candidate for President.
Democratic State Ticket.
SECRETARY OF STATE,
JAMES W. NEWMAN,
Of Scioto County.
CHARLES D. MARTIN,
Of Fairfield County;
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
J. H. BENFER,
Of Tuscarawas County.
Te All Whwa It May Concora:
STATE OF OHIO, )
ADJUTANT OKMERAIi'S OFMOK,
Columbus, O., July IS, 1881. )
Know Ye. That the reoords of this Offlca
how that Francis AI. S. Pursoll was en
rol.ed as a Musician In Company 1, 26th
Rimsni n v. I., on the 10th day of Jlr.
1861, at Portsmouth, Ohio, by Capt. Appier
ana. wasmustereaiuiAf mu uuik-u abaw
service as such for th period of three
years, on the Sunday of July, 1811, at Camp
Chase, Ohio, by Capt.Stansberry, United
IStaMft Army Mustcrinc Officsr, and that
tie deserted at Louisville, Ky October 2d,
1M2. THOS. J). DILL,
Ass't. Ag't. Gen. of Ohio.
Bre. Willard Editor.
Mr. Pursell and Mr. Brooke
.having retired from the Gazette,
the dnties of Editor and Business
Manager have been assumed by
Mr. Willard, late of the Mother
Mr. Pursell's retirement from
the paper will be sincerely re
gretted by the patrons of the
liazette, which paper he estab
3ished and conducted for many
years with editorial ability and
business success. His withdrawal
from the paper is on account of
his inability to give any time to
editorial work while attending to
the exacting duties of the office
to which he has been appointed.
3Ir. Brooke retires for a similar
reason, having his time entirely
-occupied in conducting his hotel.
We welcome Bro. Willard to
the fraternity. He is an excel
lent gentleman, a pronounced
Republican, a scholar of literary
ability, and a business man of
correctness, exactness and dis
patch. We hope his adventure
into the journalistic arena may
be pleasant to himself, acceptable-
to his readers, and profitable
to the incorporation.
We extend the fraternal hand,
proposing a fair fight, assured
J hat honorable terms of .opposi
iion will be proffered in return.
.Meeting of JfcGflban Memorial Fress
Trie McGahan Press Commit
tee will meet in New Lexington,
Th ureday, July 31. A full at
tendance of .the Committee is desired.
, All. editors, are cordially iuvit- j
-ed to attend.
J. F. McMahan, Ch'm.
Phil Cullian, Sect'y
Circuit Conrt Convention.
The Circuit Court Convention
meelB in Portsmouth to-day.
bixteen counties will ue repre
6ententedin the Convention.
Tlie following delegates from
Hocking left yesterdays John
Hansen, L. J. Bargees, Chas- I.
Barker, O. W. H.
In his letter of acceptance,
which is four yards long, and at
best only a weak campaign
speech, Blaine iails to say a word
about his $G0,000 investment with
the Hocking Valley S3ndicate.
Neither does he say a word as to
invasion of a lot of Chicago
Rummers and lazy, lousy Ital
ians in the Hocking Valley.
Will (he Rejwbiirau Gazette,
the allodired orgaii uC Frank
Wheeler. Eli West and the Re-
ARTJCLE OF WAR 47.
Any officer of soldier who having receiv
rf in, nrhavine been dnlv enlisted in the
MTrlce of the United States, deserts the
same, shall in time 01 war suuer ueaui, or
such ether punishment as a conrt martial
may direct; aod in time of peace any pun
ishment, excepting death, which a court
martial may direct.
Revise statutes 01 ine u niwu ouua.i
1996. All nersons who deserted the
Mllliarv or Naval serviceof the United
Stat and did not return thereto or report
iii.mwiTci ia aVrovost Marshal within
sixty days after the Issuance or the procla
mation orthe President, dated thellth day
of March. 18C5, are deemed to have volun
tarily relinquished and forfeited their
righusol citizenship; and such deserters
shall be forever Incapable of holdlug any
afflpjnf trustor Droit under the United
States, or exercising any rights of cliiscns
' In the meantime Bob Kitts
miller - and Stradly attempted
to get action by the G. A. R.
Post, protesting against Pursell
as a deserter, from being commis
sioned. Failing to get the Post
to act, a petition was circulated
and signed by a number of sol
diers, objecting to Pursell's ap
pointment on account of his be
ing a deserter.
In the meantime Mr. Pursell
explained to the authorities that
he ran away from home, went
into the army when a child not
fourteen years of age, and that
his parents look him out of the
service and kept him at home,
the record of his desertion being
simply a record of absence with
out explaining that he was not
of an age subject to military du
tv, and that he was kept from
returning to the army by the le
gal right and parental hand of
Palriotijni was paramount for
a few days; and we were expect
ing to have an execution of a de
serter at any moment. But the
Pursellians began digging down
into the war record of the oppo
sition, and the graves developed
such a stench that nearly all the
active opposition got sick at the
stomach and went into their tents
for rest and repairs.
On last Monday Pursell's com
It is said that Col. Friesuer
was once appointed Postmaster
at this place, but that his bond
was held and. not sent off, and
tf.us he failed to get the place.
We are told lut Dave Miller
was also appointed Tpslmaster,
put his bond in the post Npffice,
but that it was held, and in- ih
meantime Rempel continued.
To guard against a repetition
of such an accident occurring,
Pursell's Load was tuniled from
Athens, and his commission was
ordered .sent by express to Gen.
Grosvenor at Athens.
The bond evidently went thro'
all right. Ou Monday the com
mission came to Athens, and on
Tuesday Emmit Tompkins, Esq,,
brought it up a..d handed it to
Pursell, who at once notified Mr.
Case and arranged with kirn to
take possession on Saturday.
Mr. Pursell desiring to secure
help to keep the office up to its
present standard of efficiency,
has engaged Geo. Work, the pre
sent very accoinmodasiug clerk
under Mr. Case.
The acceptance of the position
hy George may onng on more
THE MIXING TKOUbLES.
Tbe situation in the Hockio
Valley, remains unchanged.
A number of the Italians who es
caped irorn the Chicago police, have
On last Sunday and Monday
several car load" ot men picked up
around Columbus were shipped
down expecting the Lazy Loafer to
accomplish what the Lousy Italians
failed to do.
The Chicago police at Straits
villo were arrested on charge of il
legally assuming authority, and the
Justice bound thorn over to appear
in Court and stand trial for usurpa
tion of authority. The Piukerton's
pinking at Carbonhill will he serv
ed with warrants by the Sheriff to
morrow, and thoir trial will be held
on Saturday before Squire Bode
not. The syndicate is beginning to dis
cover that this is a law abiding coun
try, and that the miners who are
lawjahiding citizens will be sustain,
by the law as well as by public sen
timent, in the attempt of Monopoly
to crash them.
Deputy Sheriff Hamblin is in
Ward township carefully watch
ing the situation.
The miners are receiving subsist
ance from all parts of the country,
and the indications are that the col
lowal giant of Monopoly will soon
bend its knees, and accede to the
just demands of the workingmon.
On tbe outside of this paper we
publish the declaration1 of prmci
eipls as enunciated in the Demo
cratic National Platform.
The platform continue the tra
ditionary policy f the Democracy
fn regard to the controversy be
tween Free Trade and Protection;
and by this means the policy of tol
eration of conflicting opinions and of
actual union and co-operation in the
endeavor to establish democratic
opinions in the control of the coun
try. Its effect is to relegate the tar
iff question to tho secondary place
which it ought to occupy, and to
put tho question of administration
reform and honest government in
the first place, where it properly be
longs. Let the reader carefully scan the
whole of these words, and every
clause of every proposition,- and he
will find that these are' the ideas set
I. The surplus fn the Treasury
must be abolished, Excessio tax
ation is outrageous.
J I. Internal revenue taxes can
only be justified for war "purposes.
Their proceeds should be exclusively
devoted to war pensions and to the
care of disabled soldiers.
HI. T..e tariff must be reformed
and in this reform the principle of
Protection to American Industry
shall be Bacredly regarded and
The platform escapes the great
dangers that have beset the Dernoc
racy, and escapes them not by any
compromise of doctrine or any jug
gle of words The whole question
is placed on tbe ground of practical
statesmanship and the necessities of
the country. The free trader sur
renders no iota of his aspirations;
tbe protectionist has nothing to con
strue away or apologize for It is
.udicious wise, and progressive.
Excaratoa Train Wrecked.
The cholera is making rapid
advances in Europe, and threat
ening: to invade this country It J
is very violent in many French
seaports, doing business with
New York and New Orleans.
President Arthus has issued a
proclamation ordering strict
quarantine to all vessels sailing
from - the infected French sea
ports. .The Boards of Health of the
various cities of our country are
enforcing the strictest sanitary
When the cholera last visited
this country it was all around
us"vand as close as Lancaster. If
the.dread pestilence should come
we should be prepared and-our
Board of Health should at once
proceed to have the town put in
the best possible condition.
"Cleveland for President.'
The man who recieved, on the
sedond ballot, 683 votes out of a
total o820, in a Democratic Con
vention, is unquestionably the
choice of the party. We opposed
the nomination of Cleveland, the
candidate; we shall faithfully and
earnestly work for the election of
Cleveland, tho Democratic stand
ard bearer. The Democratic prin
ciple is the Democratic party, and
this is infinitely greater than tho
men it se'ects or rejects. Every cit
izen bos a vote as every savage has
a knife to protect himself and his
Interests. The Irish American who
would" trust tho Republican party
with his vote, after twenty years of
experience, would be 5s foolish as
the Indian who has trusted its ras
cally agent on the resei valions.
IriBh-Ameri':ans would take an ab
surd step im abondmg the Demo
cratic party before they have tried
it, and just as it is coming, into
power. Let them wait four yeirs
and see. Mr. Blaine can afford
to wait, too. There will be some
hundreds of thousands more Irish
Americans to vote in 1888 than
there are now. And we shall ad
vise them to vote then, as we advise
now, for whatever party they be
lievo in and against whatever par
ty has earned their opposition,
no matter who may bo the candi
Pittsburgh, Pa., July 16 A Can
ton special says a point on the Val
ley railroad, two miles east of here,
tonight was the scene of a terrible
wreck, in which one thousand ex
cersionists from this city rairacul
ouslyescaped with injuries, so far
as known, while it is thought half
a dozen or more persons are under
the wreck dead.
Employes of theAultman & Co.
machine works had their annual pic
nic at 'Juyboga Falls today, and over
two thousand went on the excursion,
made up of two trains of fifteen
cars each. The first section ar
rived at Canton at 7 :20 p. m., and
while one hundred fathers, brothers
and sisters were at the station wait
ing for friends aud relatives on the
second section u hatless messenger
came running down the track cry
ing that the train had been wrecked
and many killled and injured.
The scene which followed was of
the wildest description, and when
the wreck was reached, men, wo
men and children ran around wring
ing their hands and looking for
their loved ones. Nine ears were off
the track and in water four feet
deop. The cries of the injuaed were
heart-rending. Hundreds of will
ing hands immediately set to work
and soon found that not more than
twenty-five were injured, but it
was impossible to say how many or
who was killed. About a dozen or
more are missing, and may be un
der the ears, and nothing definite
can be known until the wrecking
train arrives, which is now on its
way to the scene.
The engineer says the wreck was
caused by the track spreading. The
engine went over all right, but tbe
first car jumped the track and eight
others. The tram ran along the side
ot the track for two hundred feet,
throwing the occupants from one
sido to the other, and finally jumped
a smallembankment and lauded in
throe feet of water. Tho doors were
cut open and the people got out.
Three doctors are on the grouud at
tending to the wounded, several
of whom they any will probably
The State Fair.
The Thirty-F;fth Annual Ohio
State Fair will be held at the city
of Columbus, on Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
September 1st, 2d, 3d, 4th and 5th,
and the State Board of Agricult
ure, under whose auspices it is held,
announce to the people of Ohio and
adjoining States, that no pains have
been spared to make this Fair equal,
if not superior, to any yet held- in
the State, and the great importaut
Fair of tho West.
The very general and liberal list
of premiums that is offered, amoun
ting to nearly twenty-five thous
and dollrrs, and embracing all the
important industries, giving promise
to cull togother the grandest show
of live stock, the greatest exhibi
tion of machinery and implements,
the-largest show of farm products
and fruits, the finest array of house
hold and ornament! work, the
best general" collection of flowers,
fine arts and music that it has ever
been the people's pleasure to witnes
in Ohio. Altogether a magnificent
and instructive aggregation of live
stock, art, mechanism and' beauty
that cannot help hut profit the
people and promote and" encourage
the p. serai industries of the'
State. ' '
Special attractions will' he pre
sented each day on the" one-milo
track, and will include running,
trotting aiid pacing speed cod teste;
besides which- arrangements have
been made for two grand old-time,
long-distance running races that
will completely test tbe strength
and endurance' of the thorough
breds t)f the" day. One of these
races will be' a dash -of six miles,
and the other a dash of four milss,
open to .ftlj-.horsea and all States.
This will be-ia treat for tbe people
th:it seldom: cm' be witnessed save
at the' EpgHpi" courses', atsd'.at the1
celebrated Berby. .
On Friday; the last day of the
Fair 'there will be a grand parade
on the "one-mile track of all the ani-
-I- - -J- 5." ;
tnals that have been awarded pre
miums. This will be a feature well
worth witnessing, and one that will2
be especially Enjoyed by tbe lover
of fine stock"'
The railways of the State, and
especially those centering at Col
umbus, are altve to the importance
of Ohio's great exhibition, and will,
during its progress at Columbus,
provide numerous cheap and pop
ular excursions, and extend excur
sions, and extend excursion rates on
all trains, that the peop!e from ev
ery station, village and city in the
State may be afforded an opportu
nity to attend.
32A number of our enterprising far
mers will exhibit stock at the Fair.
and we feel satisfied will not be ex
celled by the be-st in the State-
Everybody who can go. should
give at least one day to tho Fair.
MEETING Or THE
Democratic Co. Cen. Com
According to cali, the newly
elected members of the Demo
cratic Ceunty Central Commit
tee met in the Court room, on
Jacob Weaver, Chairman, call
ed the Committee to order, and
there being a qnorum present,
the Committee organized by
electing Thomas lleldrim tem
porary Chairman, and J. B. Ria
son temporary Secretary.
The Committee then went into
executive session for the purpose
of permanent organization.
On motion, Thoma9 Meldrim
was chosen permanent Chairman
and C M. Gould, Secietary.
On motio.i of Mr. Bodamer,the
Executive Committee was in
creased from five to seven.
On motion the Executive Com
mittee was'selected by ballot and
tho following named' persons
were chosen .-
Georgo W. Brehm, Jacob-Weaver,
John Hansen, Mike Kienle,
J. B. Riason, John A. Bodamer,
On motion of John A.- Boda
mer, the following resolution was
Resolved, That t'lie Executive
Committee of last year be re
quested to make a financial re
port, and submit the same to the
present Democratic County Cen
tral Committee at their next
On motion' of Iff. Hansen, the
present Executive Committee are
required to make a report and
submit the same to the Central
Committee at? the close of tire
On motion the Committee ad
Thomas Meldrim-, Ch'm.
.C. M. Gould, Sec'ty.
The Executive Committee, im
mediately on adjournment of the
Central Committee, met and or
ganized by the election of the
Chairman G. W. Brehm;
Secretary Jacob Weaver.
Treasury Abel Carpenter.
JBarly Type Jtouading ami Wood CmU I
The very earliest, primers were prob--'
au. v iieir own vyia munticrp, anil po.v-sfl!-.
-it lini. -s ti.eir uwu wood cutters
too; initthih cannot very long have bven
thc cr.se A mn selling up a prmlimr
press for the tirst time usur.:Ir disrteur
witlijti feint of type which "lio hair"
bought from some si'ready cstablishetE
printer. Thu--, Jacob IWluert, at
Haarlem, 'bonght ivpe from Gerard
L-ou. at tiomJn; Hugo J.-umzocn, nt
L?y:-n. began printing with type and
cnt which had nfrrauy bW almost
worn out bv Belbert at Haarlem.
Many oiiivr instances of a like kind
m:.'lit b: noted where'tlte type changed
hsiid-. pa-sjin from a printer in one
tew n to a It sq'yrosjH r-nis workman in
another. So on a liiu new printer
had ii!.ide a lair siart lie generally
bought or matte for hhnself an emircly
new font f type, wnieh became the
characteristic of his pr-;s.
T:.c csr.y types, as we fcaow. were
noliiJng bu copies ot thu eaivi'u! writ
ing of the da. ; thus they v.irie I ev--seeilinsrlv.
and it U possible, w.thcat
much dillijulty, :o ge5 to know almost
every font by Vightl It U then fo-md
possible to group iocthur certain fonts
as poesin: general characteristics
in o&mnion, and thesis will usually be
seen to- belong to a certain district or
Lperiol. The varieues in o.ieh srroup
Fmav In. ve arisen iroin virions csuv s.
Some are duv to rin; nrcoMiy of lavin
tyr,e cf different iz.vs some to alter-atit-ns
found :.iivi.;i.) c to avoid im- I
Pcee--ary wearani war; smuti .vre,
no .i n: -. :::-ui' wi.ji a view to
'jisiiuciucs; :n ihe prim i:-.
eoamio:! k.ndion. r :w. mo-t d :S
cui: Lo det-c:. A font of type, Wtj will
imagincr had bjeii rjaud till" it tegan to
wear out- To save trouble- m molding
tbe dies for a new set, the printer chose
out un alphabet from the o!d ones, and
with a knife trimmed the letters to
make them sharp and distinct, cutting
off a detail here and there, and gener
ally making the outline somewhat thin
ner, rrotn the.su he cost dies which
WHY DO YOU WAIT
FOlt CiOOD TIMES
WE MAKE THINGS INTERESTING
AT Dim PLACE ! X
WE DUST? WANT TO GET RICH, BUT ARE
OTJ2TD to BE
AND TO ACCOMPLISH THAT
i II3j s Li A.J
J'if J il D '1 !Er
We have a l.ngf Stork to Select from in all Bine df
o x-:o Uor J $.
Ode t-rv jsZL
Worsted Suits and Pirtr
Fine Cassimere Suits and Pants,
A WALKING SKELETON.
Mr E-. Springer, of Meclmnics
bari:. Ha.,-write "I wag aftiicteo!
with lung fever nnd abscess ou
lungs, and was reduced to a walk
ins skeleton. Go' a free trial bot
tie of Dr. Kings New Discovery for
Consumpion. which did me so much
good that I bought dollar bottle.
After using three bottles, found my
seifonce more a man, completely
restored to he-tlth. and a hearty
appetite, with gain in flcbh of 43
Call at F. 'larringfbn'j Drugj.,
fctore and jret.a tree trial bottle of
this certain cure for all hung Dia
wcro iued to strike off a fresh set. The
.font thus manufactured would closelv
resemble its predecessors,, dlfforinjr
from it alouo in details nut readily per
ceive'd. The relations exisiing. beweon"
wood cutters aud printers are not so
easy to discover. The French wood
cutlers had from the very lirst adopted
a stvle completely different from that
-either of tha Germans or Dutch. Their
blocks were always much more uni
formly filled with even masses of care
ful shade; there were no largo spaces
left uu occupied and whiteon the p.iper.
Tuey were far ahead of their contem
poraries in n -am -ss aud dexterity, but
there was lit? ie hfe in tht-ir work. Aa h
a result, nothing creal ever came from
hlhem; but aii ti.eir early productions
are p. easing. a:it! e-uiira-a nurerabiv
with the rutte work ot tla-ir foreign con-
jteui,-oiarn.-.-.' v-,y ;w : t!te:r bloekK
ever passed :alo JoI!:m!. I-i hit ine.
yo-irV (j -rard li-eu constantly uses a
aut'otiMti --titi oonnTs i !:: j-.re-.ent a
ma.-kcl d IF n-nce from any.iiing he
had Utod Offons.- Tauy were cieariv
intended- r a prayer botik, and the
coin4'istc serfiM is roiiod in one, but Hot
till after Iascii-s dca:lu- Kit h pae of
tho uoo1: was Mirruiuiitc.j by a grace
fxdly designed borler,- within which
either tne text or tiu cu:s could be
prinied.- Thu cut-, wuru u-ud separate
ly on many ece.-.sious. but the series
was never div.Jed, ami- afi-r Leeu'a
d -nth it i-amecoiiipiote iuti the bauds
From orig.nsso" barbaric, from- essays
p.so s.uiote and i;u:j.:ihou there have
arisen tiie nrvrniti nt industries we
kuowvThe i,riuter and :heen-ruvr have
come to be in .omu sort thr good "enii
'of tin world ot art. 'lneir.s i: is to
p-pniaiL:o what Jho arsis, h-n prj-it-.u-e'l
:o briasr within reach of tii-
'many that widen is primarily r.eh:uvpd
f'r Hie d-.-li etat'on- and endowment ot
ttie f.w. lJ'e.opi-d and
S-weef, Orx Sz,
PANTS. OVERALLS & JACKETS
WARRANTED NOT TO HIP.
.. l.. .-tf ,- oo Mr A FT T?wf--rt
... . f- ,T t" V tilttlllit Crt --. 4.A.. .-. lilUUAC
put!Mnn panv oi nocrcimj -onn , . - , . .,, . . . ,
iv. define its 'poMtion upon the, threatened him wilh his eternal
Logan post office question. j hale, if he helped Pursell. The
Jt certainly has au opinion. It i'ostoffioe, we Are informed, will
certainly takes a poMtion. What , i, commticd fer a time at least
T,0"2 'TV.W.'iinit Present quarters, Rempel
silion? Ihe punlsc liave-a mm J x, ' L
to know whai it thinks and where not "Reeling as Jong as tbe rent
it biands. ! '-fa paid.
It makes the blood run quicker
to read the news of tho rescue of
tho aurvivers of the Greoly arctic
exploring expedition by Lieut.
Schloj', commanding the rescuing
steamer Alert. A party from the
Alert on the 22(1 of Jane found
Lieut. Greely, and seven others, of
his foree, in Smith's Sound, about
the 7Sth or 79th parallel of latitude.
One of the party died under an am
I piitation after his rescue, on board
th6 Alert. Seventeen of the twon-t3'-five
p-ersons composing the expe
dition died of starvation at the point
where Lieut. Greely was found.
Forty-eight hours' delay in reach
ing them would have Jbeen fatal
to the whole party. They wel'e en
tirely exhausted, and subsisting pn
seal skin 6trips from thoir clothing.
The Greely expedition was left in
the Arctic regions in August, 1S81,
to carry out tbe plan of establishing
a chain of advance posts of obser
vation. The Alert, with the sur
vivors on board, arrived at St.'
Johns, .N. F- Thursday moruing.
Forty Republican papers, having
a circulation of 1,7:20,090 refuse to
support Blaine" and will support
In a small Massuchusetts town con
taining leua than 650 inhabitants
fifty-three Republicans have bolted
The Republicans are rather
doubtful whether .they can carry
Massnchuetts or not, but seem to
think they .will bo able to pull
Chicago's leading sportsman,
PatSheady, oilers to bet 810,000
ten times even that Gov. Cleveland
will be 'the next President of the
Shiel, the Republican candidate for
State Treasurer of Indiana, lost a
fortune in "bucket shop" gambling,
and now wunls a chance at the pub
lie crib. .. -
The Bellvillo.Zeitung. one of tho
most influenzal Republican papers
printed in the German languige in
Southern, Illinois, bolts B'ai tie's
ticket and comes squarely out for
Cleveland Boston Post.
THOUSANDS SA SO.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan.,
writes: "I never hesitate toreccom
mend your Electric Bitters t my
customers they give entire satis
faction and are rapid sellers." El
ectric BiUers are the purest and
best medicine known . nid will posi
tively cure Kidney and L'vor com
plaints Purify the blood and reg
ulato tho bowels. No family can
afford to be without them. They
will save hundreds of dollars in doc
tor's bil'8 every year. Sold at fifty
cents a bottle bv F. Harrington.
the ru.ie cr.Ui of :ue uanndesd masters
wwcd tor L.-n .tnd his Iciiow-
iraJeri his u.vd.ui: a neejsiry of the
IntoHt-uiual and emoiloiVal itfo'uf civil
ized human. ir. Mit'jnziuc vf Art.
Sfedc-wenr and Iljui'lkfrrhipfs, Whiter and "Fjinry Shi
And Hosiery. H.its of the lntp.st models in all "grade of
IETixj? Wool akJOLcI &tjp&"w
lio Mautis:ririts YVantcd.
We suggest that the boys of
the Cleveland and Hendricks
Club who contemplate uniform
ing and other expense of very pro
per political displays, donate the
money thus intended, for the re
lief of the women and children
in our mining; regions. A con
tribution from each member, if
only a dime, will help relieve tbe
suffering of many a poor family,
destitute "by the operation of a.
Syndicate which Jim Blaine help
ed organize. In opposing Blaine
let us help those whom his Mo
nopoly has brought to destitu
This extreme tired feeling we
have iu the spring, fall and during
during the summer denotes torpid
liver; wo have no appetite and no
ambition. Take Div Jones' Red
Clover Tonic; corrects these troub
les, restores good spirits. It speed
ilr cures dyspepsia, bad" breath.
piles, pimp'es uguond nialarii diseases-
A perfect tonic, appetizer
aud blood purifier. Can be taken
by the most delicate. Price 50cts
of Miller & Case.
Brirlng.a r c.hl :to: in' the vicinity
Kbn street the nt'ontion of a re
porter for tins Xew Y: k Mail and Ex
press was il r.vted :o an etionuous car
vas wi:ntr just i'ii of tr.o di-orway
of a larjro piiLl.-l!lnj c..-.L- iiim.-nt.
Fulier mvcf'israiion tie!t-ea tho tact
that the in.-crpl"on which a painteit
upon the c:nv:is uarned tho-e who en
tered tlie L-u:d.nv thui tha.c were
: Potiiivc JTn.M -iniFcr'rf- Wui't'd. .
and that, furthermore, all intruders'
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Mary C. Burns, Deceased.
The uuderslgned has ben appointed and
qualmedas Administrator oi tne istate ot
Jl.iry C. Burns, into ot Hocking County,
uallfled as Administrator of
Llils 2ith day oi
The Indeiendent Republicans
held a big meeting in New York
"'tiesday1 Nearly all the States were
represented. The leading men of candidate for Circuit Judge, and
the Republican party of the coun-; has fair chances for nomination
The Zanesville Sunday News
is one of the most successful news
paper enterprises of the State.
It has been in existence one year
and on its second birthday, last
Sunday, appeared as a 7 column
quarto, tbe largest paper in that
The News is what its name in
dicatesa 'J7ezv3 paper and we
are glad to see its merits appre
ciated by a liberal patronage that
enables it to enlarge its size and
improve its usefulness
'Opinions are bufc little things,"
said John -Wesley 135 yeirs ao.
We think that opinions which are
hacked -by -experienco aresubstan-
tMl. " 1 no masses who use Br Birc
Col. Constable, of Athens, was low's Positive Cure all speak highly
in the city on Tuesdav. He is a i of it for coughs, colds, whoonini?
Notice ot Appointment.
Estate of Xllzaheth S. Brown, Deceased.
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Executor of the will of Eliza
betliS. Bruwn, late of Hocking County,
Dated this 24th day of Jay, A. D. 1SS4.
CHARLES E. SMITH,
NOTICE TO HEIRS.
The State of Ohio
Hocking County, sj
in the matter of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Christenu Confer, Deceased.
Tolmraa Rinsnizer, Theodore Confer,
Ella ntgley, Slary Hlgiev, Frederick Ili
gley, Soloraan Confer, Mary Haigley and
the heirs of C iroline Rlughlzcr.
Tou are hereby not! tied that on the I9th
day of July, A. D. 18M, an instrument of
writing, purporting to be the Last Will and
Tc&tament ot Christina Confer, late or Falls
Township, in said county, deceased, was
produced id open Court, and an application
to admit the same to Probate, was on tbe
same day made in said Court. Bald appli
cation will be for bearing before this Conrt
on the 31st day of July, A. D. 1884, at 10
o'clock A Tn
' W. T. ACKER. Probate Judge.
Dated at Logan, Ohio, this 24th dny of Ju
ly, A. D. 188L July2i-td.
NOTICE EO HEIRS.
The State of Ohio ) In Probate
try were present.
croup, uioiiciiitiR, asthma.
-rt i.i . . F
intiiienza, and an throat and lung
disease. Jts cure is safe, speedy
ana permanent. Jrice 6U cents
The Col. is well liked in Hocking
in i . ,-, i it, t -- -
denouncing Blaine, and pledging to' anu woum ma A aPi-u..- andM,uu; tmi oo.tu.es iree ot jm,.
5piorL Cleveland. candjdete. 'ler Case,
blocking County ss. J Court.
In the matter of the Last wiil and Testa
meut of Alexander McCiurg, Deceased.
To Marget S. Wine and John Wine, her
Simmons and her husband Jacob Simmons
or Athens County Ohio: Joseph MeClurg
of XobleCountyOhio; Johnston UcClurg
of Hocking County Ohio; Isabell MeClurg,
widow, of HockingCounty Ohio, and the
I beirt) of James MeClurg, deceased, of Dark
, County, Ohio.
I You arc hcicbv notified that on the 22nd
I day nf July, A. D, l8S4.au instrument Of
. writinir. nnrnortina to be the Lat-t Will and
Test.imi.nt of Alexander MeClurg, late of
,Starr Township, in said County, deceased,
M-3S produced in open Court, nul an appli
cation to admit the same to Probate, was
on Ui .same day made ins-lid Court. Said
application will belorliearini; before this
Comt.on Mie4th day of Ausst. A. D. 18S1,
at 10 o'clock, a. m
W T ACKEIt, Trobate judce.
, Dated st Losan Ohio, this 21th drfy of Ju-
ly, -v. D. ;ssi. juij-'i-td.
: licwuc of il.oju-(xsr.oii'nl. :
and lastly, the following verses Were
printed underneath these lescmls:-
Who eaters brrc witnm: n'lseriut Ie.vLs Ice
and hopit l)th:n!;
E'en to tlie cl.nrm.- of mu!il( nbood 6Mr blood-
stained l up is b! ml.
After fully assuring himsolf tliat no
htthlen tiantrcrs lurked in the hithlen
roccsso.s of the hallway, tho reporter
boMly ascended the suitrs an-I entered
a little office at the head of the iir-t
flight. A niitliUe aged nv:n, who sat
before n desk smoking, was- tuo solo
"I havo come," faltered tho reporter
with a ncrvouj glance around him,
"with a little "
"Ah, ye.," interrupted -tiie irentle-
man, smilingly; "yes, yes. Tom (in a
very low key), will you lot Michael
loose for a few minutoV
With a superhuman effort tho report
er explained that he had simply come
np stairs with a Julie request. Us
wished to know why that siga had been
placed in tho hallway.
"OhJ that is a diil'eront thin?." re
marked the gentleman; "it down and
I will tell yorf all nfcntrt it. That sijn
is placed there to inform would-bo-lit-crary
people who haunt publishing
bouses that their eSTtisions are not
required. I have counted as many as
five hundred persons in one day who
have visited this office with manuscripts
for consideration. Aspirants for liter-
ary fame arc of both sexes, all ages
and conditions m life, lately wo got
so wearied out with people coming up
with matter that they wanted to submit
to us that we had to do aonicthlu;x ia
self defence. You will obsorvo that ali
our loatluomu conteuipontrle. have
adontcd tho canvas sijrr.. Al! thronra
this vicinity you can come across tln-ai.
Thoy are very eiP'ctive. For instance,
a young lady graduate comes tripping
down town with a romance which her
mother declares an ideal composition.
Sho reads the allusion made to the
"blood-stained pup1' on tho sign down
6tairs. Fear overcomes ambition and
she retreats in tears, lee wo still re
ceive effusions through the mails. Ev
ery morning we sonua handcart over
to the posioffiee, and twelve or fifteen
sacks of manu-cripts are delivered to
us. Do we examine them? Why, we
should have to employ about thirty
readers to do so. It would be rather
an expensive undertaking. But there
is a moral to all this. And it is, writ
ing as r. means of subsistence is played
out We could get all the manuscript
we wanted without paying a cent for it.
We receive excellent contributions dai
ly, whose writers ask nothing but that
their names appear in print. All the
waste manuscripts are turned over to
our poet that thin gentleman in th.a
next room. Wo feed him on them."
The new penal code in Italy abolish
es capital punishment. But this is on
iv making the law conform to the
practice. During twenty years past,
out of over 1,500 convictions for capital
crimes, m wnicn inu uuam msuiuuii
was imposed, an ajjgrcjrate of only
thirty-one executions have :.-iLun place, !
and lor the past nine ycr. not one j
condemned person has beou .executed.
It would -seem to be quite as well that
tho torm of law should be done away
OUR TAILORING DEPARTMSHf
fls in good shape and we sfiH nVr .t ffinr selection of tvlet t-
A-ithsfandingour heavy seasons buvm?!
Chas. Rose & C
31--? 29-. 1.-81 ly.
The Finest and" most complete Mock of all fcm& of Undertaking.
Goods ever brontrht tu Logan I'rn-os Low and-guaranteed
jST To G-ive- Satisfaction. -&F
MX calls prantplly atede(( to Day or
Bed und Single Ioifng
Parlor Suits, &c., &c.
And Dr-jwsr irtall Kinds of
Bed Springs, Matrasses- vm& Parfor
I Guarantee mv Work and Prim
Building, three duors west of Opevii House.
S:if.i'onrn iYi poller
ZMuy f tf.
The Logan Woolen
-ARE NOW JRKADY-
TO KECEIVS TiOJL
-TO MASUFACTUKE ISTO-
"We would call special attention to our full line of new
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres,
Also ready to receive Wool L Card in Iiolls or Card and
Spin for Customers. Fulling and Driving done'iu a workm tnlike
manner. A full stock of Goods suitable for Farmers, Merchants or
men of any profession, which we will -tell gffChenp for Cash or
Exchange for Wool. JACOB E. TlilTSCU.
Logan, May 1, ISSi 3m.
l?r OAPT. KrSO.t;. S. A. IIISTeUY FUeil THE BATTLE-PTEIBl &! hnr XtioM hmlm
u..jn. iu.im. ""V.r- , .. .- .. u4.'ud..u.tu (Auirji. autibd xoKioruia aw Tt
iloe. yri-zx.Ar.k rrai7,-viicr".ii'4wn. jtitqwuirinsilll
Uj-wnu ft M iof ihu nwuw un Mnu.
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9 frctu new dcir1 - SuprrMv tca up. iuam Vmm pAm
AdapuI to ill .U-e. btU at nhr, Acvvtm 1om Xdm
work. ExCELlvkKTTSXMS. The hiadmnw proenm
evr iswl Anolr mw.
Wu. rBHHiv.-?c A Co..O:i FcTw Block. COu
ttk. O Alw uthcr crand new coks and B&tet.