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Oiie of the "DuriHHl Folic From
North" "Wakos :i Switchman.
AtP meetinp of tlio Clmirnion ot the
Resolved. First, That the Dem-
nornov of Ohio, in convention re
affirms its nlatforin of 18S3 as
4Tiruelih Tirir"in has no value w!iat-
evcr-and as :t 3s the universal practice
there never to do to-day what uau oc
Tint ofl until tomorrow, little incon
venience arises. j.uc ramvavs arc run IMwrl counties eompoMiiK mo ' i ji, .,. imiP5wrt in nrevious
, .. . ,...ii:. ... -..1. : '!,,.;;. i.,i .-ir,.,,,i l.ol.l 111 I'nlniiilms. June Hie pally t-xmeaoi-u in w
onauamn-ro-ucxj ciicie. ' .r determined tht the Demo- 1 state and National platforms in re-
flvtrnmo r J.rtnrr to !4n." whit MlVn i -? - .. . ,!... 1 .wif. .,m. K'u,iu ,,M" I
w-... ..... .. v....... .. ... - I CnillC lOIlVIIliOM IU uumilliltt; i'v. ;
time in abundance, nnii the lew who
ol IllC . nmriiii-u i int. .- .1 . - ; i
U-ii:ocniuc ;entral Committees ot me j lows: It indorses uiw priui;iJico .
I . 1. ,v M n VI II I -
are pressed for minutes, btsing m a
hopeless minority, rather nflyril occa
sion for mirJi when tliev Login to kick
al Virginia methods.- The railway timo
tables arc in perfection in the rural dis
tricts. Not long ago a night train with
a paftv-of Jfcw'Yorkers on board was
bumping-ialong comfortably at a.ten-miles-au-hour
gait through a remote
part of Virginia, when all at once, with
a tremendous jerk, it came to a stand
still. The natives in the sleeping-car
did not think it worth while to ask the
reason of the sudden stoppage; the
aliens did, though, and when the con
ductor strolled through the car a roar
of indignant Inquiry went up. The
Conductor soothingly explained that
they always stopped at a switch for
fear it might not be set.
"But, good gracious," exclaimed an
irate New Yorker, "where is the switch
man?" The conductor explained that the
particular switchman they then needed
was probably asleep. ' Followed by ob
jurgation, the conductor" got off the
train,- went "to the station house, and
pounded vigorously, shouting at the
"Git up, Jim; the train's here, and a
passel y them darned folks from up
forth is raisin' a breeze 'cause the
switch ain't set."
Jim called back, "I'm a cominV
and evidently turned over and went to
sleep again. The Virginians on the
train began to chuckle. Their sym
pathy was entirely with Jim and the
conductor. The latter contiuued to
urge Jim, who was always 'eomin',"
but didn't come. The" conductor, at
first apologetic, being goaded by the
New Yorkers, now became preaar.ng.
"Do, Tim," he anxiously said, "git
up and set the durn thing so the train
can go by."
Jim continued obdurate untiL one of
the Hew Yorkers arose from his berth,
and, clad in rage and a checked ulster,
cot off the car and threatened to set
lire to .the station-house and make a
burnt offering of Jim if that switch was
not-set in ten minutes. Within the
specified time Jim appeared, boiling
with indignation, and threatened to re-
simifihewere again subjected tosimi-
It is the custom along Ihese provin
cial roads to stop the train at any point
upon being signalled. People can be
taken on and put off anywhere .they
like. A fast train that is, what they
call a tweuty-mile-an-hourt train was
going throagh plantation a mohtfi or
so ago, ;inathe passengers observed
three little girls on vthe, wayside waving
their white aprons frantically atfthe
conductor. The train,of course, slop
ped. The tallest of the girls, a 10-year
old, with, long eyelashes, bashfnlly re
marked: ""'Won't you please give me
and Katie and Fanny and the doggie a
ride?", 3?he conductor promptly con
sented, and assisted JUQss Eyelashes,
her companions and the doggie on
board. They Tode on for a mile or
two, and then they announced their
readiness to get off The train was
stopped, and they jumped down and
scampered off., Just as the train. had
started Miss Eyelashes scampered wild
ly back. v
"Oh, mister," if you please, don't go
away till we get 'cross the creek. Mam
ma doesn't letus go overit 'less some
body's watching us and we have to
carry the doggie."
The conductor wailed until a final
waving of white aprons on the other
side of the creek signified that his pas
sengers were safe. Nobony in ihe
train expressed surprise except the
aliens. Nobody who has ever been
there before rushes to meet a train in
Virginia. When the first railway train
went through the ancient town of Will
iamshnrgh m October, 1881, it was ad
vertised for 9 o'clock. It was the timo
of the Yorktown Centennial, andthe
town was full of strangers. These rash
ly appeared at the station at 9 o'clock
precisely. The natives meanwhile went
about their business. Toward 12 o'clock
those of the natives who meant to board
the 9 o'clock .train assembled. After
waiting awhile they went off and sat on
the Court house steps, leaving orders
with a negro to call them when the
train came. It did come some time in
the afternoon, and the negro, running
about the town, informed the passsen
gers when the train would start.
ii.lolnurrvrfir.nit.llll!f'PS.for Kllill CiTCUit
be liela in Portsmouth, on Thursday, July
24, 1SS4, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
ItwasdecMctltli.it tlie bnbis of repre
sentution, in said Convention, snail be
cue delegate forevery four hundred vots
cit for George Hoadley for Governor, In
ISM, glvina each county the following
Bv order of Committee,
A. R. VAJTCLEAF, Ch'm .
Jno. L. Vance.Sec'y.
The Gallipolis Bulletin says:
It will be remembered that all
last summer every vote on the
railroad trains showed two to one
for for Foraker; every white
hatted snob of a" commercial
travelery that squatted :ibout the
office of a hotel to pick the grav
el out of his teeth had a great
story to tell of how everything
was unanimous for Foraker. It
will be the same this year. Ev
ery day some traveling humbug
will be telling how unpopular
Cleveland is .New York State
how the Irish and the English
and the Scotch and the French
and the Italians and the hood
lums are all going for Blaine,
and how West Virginia, North
Carolina. Virginia, Tenness, Al
abama, Mississippi, Kentucky
and '! exas would do it if it were
not for murder. Let them stuff
one another with such insipid
stuff all they desire, but let the
honest, square toed Democrat be
true and loyal to his party, and
we wilj eet rid of this class .of
measly, God-forsaken, pusillani
mous liars one of these days.
Believe them not. Jim Blaine,
the chief and prince of jobbers,
cannot carry Ohio, and don't you
In the June National Conven
tion, all" the political vices'ar.d
immortalities were represented
by the Blaine organization, and
the Blaine organzation was tri
umphant. In the July assembly,
all the political vices and im
moralities were represented by
Ihe Tammany organization, and
tho Tammanv organization was
theieverse of triumphant. The
nomination of Blaine was clear
.y a victory of vice over politi
cal1 virtue, and the 'nomination
of Cleveland was no less clearly
a victory of political virtue over
political vice. The terms of the
choice which the two candidates
present to the country are there
, A Good Example for'TJs.
The evil'l'rom which France suffered
in the seventeenth century our country
is enduring to-day, and it will require
prompt measures to correct it. Our
apparently unlimited territory, studded
over with forests, lias made ns prplli-
fate even to wastefulness, and we have
een in danger of destroying the great
est of our heritages.
In Prussia and Germany the laws re
lating to forestry exhibit the "wisest
forethought on the part of the govern-ment-and
the people sustain itjn every
effort to preserve 'What other genera
tions had well-nigh deprived them of.
These nations set us an example which
it would be wise to consider. Their
laws have given rise to a large system
of tree-planting, thinning, and preserv
ing, and also to an enormous literature
regarding arboriculture and cognate
subjects. Millions of trees are annual
ly set out, examined, and transplanted,
and jrrcat rainfalls and droughts are
obviated, while malaria from both
causes is greatly diminished. The ill
results of the old denuding process are,
rapidly disappearing, showing tbaVna
ture's capillary clothing must 'lie res
pected, for utilitarian as well as senti-
In the United .. States the general
fashion of extravagance prevailing ,in
respect to forests is largely due to ig
norance. Only lately has the scientif
ic man impressed upon him of average
intelligence the necessity of tree-preservation
and the desirability of using
other materials tnan lumber lor many
purposes in which wood was formerly
considered indispensable. The waken
ing anxiety in regard to forestry cul
minated, a little more than a year airo,
in the formation of what was denomi
nated a forestr3r congruss, of which
Prof. Loring, ot the agricultural de
partment was elected chairman. Fol
lowing their interesting sessions were
tlie dissemination of much information
in regard to arboriculture in the United
States and the inception of village and
country societies for the purpose of
tree-planting. Laura C. Hollowuy in
The Manhattan for March.
AY as She Jilted.
fore these: In the one ease, a
candidate who standi for the
most vicious, corrupt, and dis
reputable ideas and characters
of his party; in the.other, a can
didate who stands for the most
virtuous, pnre and respectable
ideas and characters of his party.
Snre Cure for Piles..
The first symptom of Piles is an
intense itchingat night after getting
warm- This unpleaat sensation is
immediately relieved by an appli
cation of Dr. Bosanko's Pi'e Eeni
edy. Piles in all its forms, Jjeh,
SaltEhume,and Ringworm can be
permanently cured by the use of
this great remedy. Price 50 cents.
j i ti,. n. uc
jjianuiaciureu uy i"c'. -
anko Medicine Co., Piqua, O. Sold
by Miller & Case.
CAUSE OfVaILUKE. .
Want of confidence accounts for
half of the business failures of
to day. Miller & Case, the Drug
gist, is not liable to fail for the want
of confidence in Dr. Bosanko's Cough
and Lung Syrup, for he gives
away a bottle free to all who arc
suffering with Coughs, Colds. Asth
ma, Consumption and all affections
the Throat and Lungs.
The nest on earm, can truiy4 oe
said of Griggs Glycerine Salve,
which is a sure cure for cuts, bruis
es, scalds, burns, wounds, and all
J gard to personal libertv, the true
functions ot tlie government, suu a?
embraced in political creed, ex
pounded by the founder of the Dem
ocratic partv, Jnomas dencrhuu.
The application of these principles
to our present condition demands
the purification of the public serv
ice, the punishment ot tlie robbers
of the publje treasury, the equali
zation of all public burdens, the
arrest of the profligacy and extrav
agance that corrupt the adminis
tration of public affsurs. and a to,
tal change in the policy thar so lonjr
has been pursued by the Kepubli
can party favoring individual and
class interests at the expense of the
laboring and wealth producing peo
pe of the country; and we renew
our declarations for stable moncj.
the gradual extinction of the pub
lic debt and the payment of pen
sions to disabled soldiers, their wid
ows and orphans.
Second, We favor a tariff for
revenue, limited to the necessities ol
the Government, econoniu-ally ad
ministered and so adjusted in its ap
plication as to prevent lMiequ 1 bur
dens, encourage productive indus
tries at home, afford just compen
sation to labor but not to create or
Third, That the just demands of
the wool groweis of the State and
country for an equitable readjust
ment of duties on wool (unjustly
reduced by a Republican Congress)
so that the industry shall be fully
and equally favored with other
industries, ought to be compb'ed
with, and we endorse the action of
the Democratic members of the
Ohio delegation in Congress in
their effort to accomplish this re
sult. Fourth The Democratic party
is and always has been -opposed to
sumptuary legislation ana unequal
taxation in any form, and is,iu fa
vor of the largest liberty of private
conduct consistent with public wel
fare and rights of others; and ot
regulating the liquor traffic and pro
viding against the evils resulting
therefrom by a judicious and prop
Fifth That we commend the ac
tion of the Democratic Legislature
in its abolition of the contract
labor system and its reforms of
prison management, and we endorse
the legislature and executive in
their economical and wise adminis
tration of the affairs of the State. .
Sixth The protection of the
government is duo to all American
citizens, native and foreign born,
abroad and at home.
Seventh We reaffirm the resolu
tions of the State Conventions of
Ohio iii 1880, 18S1 and 1882 and of
the Democratic National Conven
lions of 1872. 1876 and 1880, de
innndmg a thorough reform and
purification of the Civil Service, and
charge that the Republican party
has violated every pledge it hs
heretofore given to the reform there
of, and has failed during, its long
administration of the government
to correct even the most patent
abuses, and we deem therefore a
change of the executive adminis
tration of the government itself
as the reform first of all necessary
mndft more manifest by the
Take All Tlie
Kidney and Live
RHEUMA 1 1C
And Indigestion Ciyes.
And Bilious Specifics.
Brain & HerY2
IN SHORT, TAKE ALL THE
best qualities of all these, and
the best qualities of all the best
Medicines of the World and you
will find that HOP BITTERS
have the best curative qualities
and powers of all concentrated
in them, and that they will cure
when any or all of these, singly
or combined, fail. A thorough
trial will give positive proof of
I. B. & W.
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The proof of the pudding is not
in chewing the string, but in having
an opportunity 'to. test the article
direct. Miller tfc Oase. tne .Drug
gist, has a free trial bottle of Dr.
Bosanko's Cough and Ming ayrup
for each and every one who is af
flicted with Coughs.Colds, Asthma,
Consumption orany 'Lung Affection.
Slar-Toute trials and other iniqui
ties) thereby ousting corrupt-rings,
confederated to protect. crime and
proven t tho'punishment of criminals,
and by so doing make it possible to
onnish fraud and tbef in political
The following, offered by 'Hon
Goo. L. Converse, was greeted with
great, applause, and unanimously
Eighth That it is the sense of
the convention that Samuel J. Til
den, .who was once legally and fair
Iv e'ectcd President of the United
States, but .defrauded of his office,
should receive thev unanimous nom
ination at tha hands of the Demo
T.iticconvention, to meet at Chi
cago on the 8th of Jnly next.
Mammoth Invoice of
BOOT & SSOSS
of every description, which the
above named local deal
er has provided
embrace everything desirable in
the general lilies 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
EAST & WEST,
NORTH nd SOUTH'.
jgyThis Great Through Route
is now, Completed and in luiJl
Operation, running through Pas
senger Trains daily, 'as follows :
tra-Three fiolid trains each way between
Columbus, Indianapolis and Peoria
Two trains each way between Colum
bus, Indianapolis and Decatur.
BSTTwo trains each way between San
dusky, Indianapolis 1'eoriaand Decatur.
JHTTwo trains each way between Sun
dusky, Da$ ton and Cincinnati.
2Threetminseach day between Snn
dubky.Sprinjjfleld and Columbus.
OB-Four trains eneh way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Dayton and Cincinnati.'
tS.Two tra;ns each way between Colum
bus, Springtlcld,Iudianapolih & Chicago.
With Sleepingand Reclining Chair Cars
on Night Trains, and elegant Parlor and
modern Day Copcheson Day Trains.
Its track is laid with heavy steel rails,
thoroughly ballasted, with easy grades and
few curves. Traversing as it does the heart
ofthe three great states of Oliio, Indiana,
and Illinois, uniting in close business re
lationship the capital cities oi the first and
second, with the sucond city ot the third,
and passing through a'large number of the
most important cities and towns in each,
and with all its central looation makes it
The Shortest and Most -Desirable
Route between the East &, West.
Through Tickets and Baggage Checks
to all principal points, North, East, South
and West, can be obtained at" any Ticket
Office of the I. B.& W. R'y, also via this
route at all railroad officei throughout the
country. Rates always as low as the low-'
est. Don't pnrchase tickets to any point
without first consulting the agents of the
Particular advantages offered to Western
Emigrants. Land 'and Tourist Tickets to
all points reached by any line-.
tm.Passenner Trains leave Columbus, as
follows: 9:30 a. m., 320 and 115 p. m.,
C. E. Henderson, Gen 'I Manager H.M
Brouson, Gen'l Ticket Ag't.
.IaMES UbWOLF. Pass As't.
26 North High St., ColmubUK, O
All telegrams weio ssnt by Ox Teams,
have been carefully
lected, and are
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CIRCULATION - - 1500.
lw'k 3 w'ks 4 w'ks 3 ni's Gm's 1 y'r
TO GIVE ENTIRE
to purchasers alike as regards
wearing qualities and prices.
GROCERY & RESTAURANT
WIL.L1ABI KLIXGE. Prop,
The people of Logan are invited to call
on me when in the city fpr
Fresh Groceries, Choice Wines,
Best Beer and Cigars.
my Restaurant will be supplied with fresh
Oysters, Game, Fish and everything the
market affords in season. - may 10, 'S3
S1.00 52.00 $2.50 55,00 S6.50
2 00 5:75 4.00 7.00 -9.00
3.O0 3.75 5.50 9.00 12.00
3.50 5.30 C.50 10.00 11.00
4.00 7.00 8.00 -12.00 lfi.00
5.50 8,50 10.00 J5.00 120.(0
7.00:-10.00 ll.W 18.00 25.00
8.00 12.00 14.00 20.00 33.00
10.00 17,00 20.00 35.00 55.00
Business cards of five lines or less $0 per
Philadelphia Bollc I should think
actresses would get dreadfully tired- oi
saying the same thing every night.
Chicago lL-ilc So should L
Philadelphia Jiulle And when one
play run? riHt along lliey have to wear
the same dressi. ivecic after week. It
ninst be horrid.
Chicago JJeJe Y. l.nt that is not
the worst of it. Jtt think of the mo
notony of being kissed by the same
leading man for months at a lime. If
I couldn't change once a week I'd just
die. Philadelphia Call.
nitiov enroo Will nnBit.l vol V rtllrfi
v, w. wv.u. Bv- t J I nnniiTn.
- .T I - . An n wwl Ann f. ...1
'. ufmn Aa.innmipAinpnih ill uiniiiuccAiii u
deaths, and'ehurch and benevolent society
notices inserted free. Any additions to
obituary notices will be charged 5cenU!pcr
Local business notices 10 cents perjline.
I 3 i .
piles, tetter and ..skin eruptions.
Trythis wonder healer. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money refunded.
Only 25 conts. For sale by Mill
er & Case. mayS-ly.
Positive Cure Tor Piles.
Tothepaopleorthts Country we would
say we hare noen ijlven the Agaucy of Dr.
ed to cure or money refunded Internal,
External, Blind, Bleedng or Itching Piles.
Price 50c. a box. Koriale by
Miller & Case.
Desirable filovidcnce lor
One of the most desirable residen
ces in the city, on Mulberry street
is for rent, cheap Inquire at this
olGce, or Esq Davy, Court House.
July 10 ti
The method of a California divorce
lawyer was to erase the names from
old decrees and write in those of new
clients. These fraudulent papers were
then regularly filed in court.
Yhen a vounsr man finds himself in a
drht plaor. -eNou!! ; out before ha
gets tlbt irro?t
- bror'Vun Eagle.
:A full", assortment of all kinds of
Laces and Emhorderies at Hoches-
The Ohio Wcsryan University, at
Delaware, under the ahle manage
ment of President 0. H. Payne, has
taken front rank among our West
ern Colleges. The system of co-education
has proved a pronounced
success, giving the young ladies at
their lovely home at Monnett Ual
the advantage of mixed classes
with the privacy of the family cir
cle. The University with all its dc
partments has never been as ably
conducted Tlie graduating cIhbs
of "84, numbered sixty eight, and
the enrollment in all dcparimcnts
of the Institution for the yetu was
791: representing Si counties of
Ohio, stud 25 States
SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER
tion. The Democracy ofthe 13th Con?re?Mon:U
District, composed ot the counties of Fair
field, Franklin, "Horkinu tnd Pickaway,
will meet in Columbus, Tuesday, July '2'J,
1881, at lt2 o'clock. A.M., for the purposo
of nominating a candidate for Congress to
represent said District.
The basis of representation shall be ns
follows: Each township and ward shall
be entitled to one delegate for each one
hundred votes, and one delegate for each
fraction of fltty "votes and overcast for
Governor Homily in 1SK1. The several
counties comprising the District will be
entitled to the following number of dele
Kates: VOTES. DELEGATES.
Fairfield, 4743 47
Franklin, " 11031 110
Hocking, 2T.6 25
Pickaway, 3KS0 37
By order of the District Committee.
"V. X. ENGLAND,
A. R. VAN CLEAF.
Aaron Friend's Estate
The undersigned hns been appointed nnd
qualified ns A mlnistrator ot the estate ot
Anion Friend late of Hocking county, de
censed. LORENZO C. FRIEND.
The School Examiners of Hocking coun
ty, Ohio, will meet at the
Union School House,
First and Third Saturdays ol
at 3 o'clock, a. m.,' except January, July
anu August. AnDlicantsmust furnish pre
paid envelopes by which they will receive
the result ot the examination.
of good morl character will be required ca
throve unknown' to the Board.
- 'The grading la represented on a scale of
to UK) , ami six classes oi ceruncates win
be issued, viz:
First Cluss, Five Years. No branch less
than 0b and an experience of not less than
three consecutive years of teaching next
proceeding the application, eighteen
months of which experience shall have
been in one place.
Second Class, Three Years. 'When the
applicnnt has an average of 03, no branch
less Minii 90, ami twenty four months ex
Third Class, Twenty Fonr Months. An
average of 00, n" branch less than 85 and
eighteen months experience in leaching.
tourtli tslass, ttigiili-en juontns. An av
erage of 85, no branch less than 75 and
twelve months experience in teaching.
Firth Class, Twelve Months. When in no
branch there is less than 70.
Sixth Class, six months. When in no
ranch there U less than CO. This is a trial
certificate and will not be issued to an ap
plicant who has taught, after Sept, 1, 18S2.
Asatisfuctory examination in the The
ory and Practice of ti aching and a good tie-
greeof success is teaching ami governing a
school will be favorably considered. Ab
plicants are required to furnish testimo
nials of good moral character.
J. L. BRIGHT
J. P. H.STEDM.
Jnnuaryl, 1870. Examiners
JVot Many Years Age
That bad become Soiled or Faded, wa cast
aside; but now such goods cau be re-lus-tred,
renovated or dyed and mnde as good
as new. That Is our rratle, and we have
just placed in our establishment New Ma
chinery, consisting of a
Cetrificgal Hydro Ex
tractor, A. LaVge Finishing Cylinder, a
Crape Shawl Frame nnd a
Steam Shawl Press,
And a full line of Steam Machinery and
wo are better prepRred than ever to do first
class work. And we shall do none bt the
best of work at a fair price.
OfiffRemember. these are all faots and
don't make a mistake, but lend all jour
old faded and Soiled Slothing ot any
Kind to the.
City Steam Dye House,
will be Started in
and get two dollar's worth for every dollar
you pa us. Price list sent to any address.
May 10, 18S3 ly
Sesame and LUlles, paper, 10c; cloth 25c.
Crown of 'Wild Oil, paper, 10c, cloth 25c
Ethics ofthe Dust, pa per 10c, cloth 25c.
Sesame and LUlles. Cro-vn of Wild Olive
and Ethics ofthe Dust, in one volume, half
Russia,-rert ritges, fioc. .Modern fanners,
StonCs of Venice, etc., in preparation.
Large catalogues tree.
JOHN B. ALDEN, Publisher, IS Vesey St
New York. ( Feb. 21 . '84-4w.
BBTABLISHED IN 1S5G.
THE OLD RELIABLE
JOISN T. SANDERSON
would annoance to the citieens of Ixignn
and vicinity that he has purchased the
Harness, Saddles, Collar?
of R. C.Sanderson ami will continue the
business at the old Maud, where wil, he
found Saddles of every description 'from 83
to?I5, Buggj Harness of all grades, prices
from SS to S59. Work Harness, heavy nnd
light from 322 to $30; Collars of all kinds
from 50 cts so very be.t Wool Collar all
upper Le ther for S2,50. 'Whips in, end
less variety, largest block of line warran
ted halebone whips in the city.
Hamea and Chains at low
prices, Curry Combs and
Brushes. A good Comb
and Brush tor 25c.
A laTgo stock of bep.utifnl Plush Lap Robc.
A good assortment of iitirse Coers aril
Blankets. Vary brst Hurnesx Oil nt SI rt
per gallon. 1 use th'e very bei materiel
and employ none but skilled workmen.
Call ami examine my stock I'nd pi ices -e-fore
purchasing. All goods fully warran
ted. Repairing promptly done. Shop in
Wright Block, opposite First i'.ank or Logan
J T SANDERSON.
ggty ' "BMPMwWJfBrniaSgBfamtiBt Si S) r irlllr
The Board of School Examiners of Logan
Village will hold regular meeting for the
Examination of applicants for teachers'
On the Third Wednesday of Feb
ruary. April, . Line. August,
October and December,
at the offico of the Superintendant, In tha
School Building of said Village, com in en
ciugat 10 o'clock, a. in., of each day.
By order of Examiners,
A H. Wilson. Clerk. June 21 y
P. C. S" St Louis E R
Pan Handle Route
Schedule in effect Jan. Uth, 1884. Tralnsde
parttrom Lancaster, n follow:
Cln. "Express 8:22 am
Mail .. , . . 4:37 p m
Washington Local Freight 4 17a m
The Leading Maryland Mutuali
The Great Eastern Mutual Life Insurance Co,
54 Lexington St. Baltimore City, McL
This Company pays AM, CLAIMS PROMPTLY and ET FULL, and has the OXLT
ORIGINAL LOW ASSESSMENT PLAN In America. Over 5,000 Policies written. In
two years, representing $3,000,000.00 Insurance. Its Plans being orlglnal.'aro copy
righted, and no similar features exist elsewhere. Policies ARE GOOD, no matter when
death occurs, and NO CLAIMS ARE CONTESTED, except for non-papment of dues
and assessments, after aPollcy Is Issued. Agents find this the most easily represented
Company In the United StateSjanditifron Select it inJPreferenee to AUOthert. It Issnes
lif or Endowment Policies, and Is represented In SO States. Pald-cp Folicles
Cor assessments aro given members, after two years, upon request. Send for Circular
LtbJl, the Great Popular People's Company. Mention this paper.
First-Class Solicitors Wanted.
oriy I rl
voeps constantly on fcancl the choicest meats
he sold at t.he lawest possible prices for
We propose keeping nothing -but the very best meats,
those having fat cattle for sale will find i to their advaan
tae to call and see.us' before selling, as, we will pity ti.:e
highestmarket price for choice catrJe.
W e have lust received new machinery for
&c. and we will
The Shortest Route Between
Cincinnati Express 4:22 p in
Ahove train run dally excpt Sunday
K 11 The time Riven above is Central
Standard Time which" is 28 minutes slower
than Columbus time:
Pullman Palace .Sleeping and Hotel Cars
attached to through trains on the same
line P C a St L Railway run without
change, west bound to Indianapolis, at.
Louis and Chicago; eastbonnd to Pitts
burg, Hurrinburg. Baltimore, Washington,
Pnlladelphla and New York.
For timo table, rates of fare, through
tickets and baggsijo checks and further In
formation regarding tho running of trains,
apply to X. 8. Walpo'e, Tiefcot Agent, Lan
JAS.McCRKV, E. A.FOHD.
Mauaaer. Gou. Pas A Tct. Act
Colnmiiui, O. Pittsburgh, P..
In the Kcllar Buililinp.
Mr. John Uofcer will a ' the public,
his meal shop in ivoler'ii Buililiu with a
kinds ofthe very best meats, at reason a b
f trices. Meats of all kinds constantly o
land. Theiiiibeit pnc ptidtor fit cat
tie, sliejp and hogi. January 3, 1884 ly
A Br V B A A W KB
for Infants and Children.
and overcomes flatulency, Constipa
tion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, and
Feverisbness. It insures health and
natural sleep, witliout morphine.
" Castoria is so well adapted to Children that
I recomipend it as superior to aay prescription
l.tiowu 10 me." H. A. Akchek, 3L D.,
82 Tortland Ave., Brooklyn, J(. Y.
What gires our Children rosy cheeks.
What cures their fevers, makes them sleep ;
When babies fret and cry by turns,
.What euros their colic, kills their wortrv.
What quickly cures Constipation.
Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion,
Farewell then to Jlorphino Syrups,
Castor Oil and Paregoric, and
absolute enre for Kheuaia-
tisin, Sprains, Burns, Galls, &c. The most Powerful and Pene
trating JPaln-relieving and Healing Remedy known to man.
Taking Effect, May 18, '84.
.4 40am 1010 a m 5 35pm
. 710 ...
12 05 pm
THE WAY TO BOY
FOR THE MONEY, is to buy at the.Offlce.
It saves expense of commission and ex
panse in traveling from house to house.
You can just as well save above expenses
as you can in buying your dry goods.
When yon buy a Domestic or Xewj Home
vou get the bust. All other makes called
'Hew High Ann machines are imitations,
aud none are their petrs. The Domestic
and New Home have new styles of wood
work, aud new sets of Attachment that
others dare notuso. Come anil see for your
selves aud you will be convinced that the
above is reliable, and if you have a Domes
tic or New Homo that has been in axe from
10 to 20 years do not let them humbug you
with their so-called now high arm ma
chines, and trade you out of it, which they
will trv to do. but brine your machines to
me anil I will put in the new Domestic or
New Home improvements, men you win
have a better machine and one that will
last longer than the high arm imitation
onus, and save your money and have the
best machine in the world.
eafAllkinds of machines and machinery
repaired iu the best manner and at reason
aI have 8 different styles of Machint-s
on hand, which I will sell at low rates.
Call and examine them.
Feb 21, 'S4 tf Hexkt Lut.
A Life-saying Present.
Mr. M. E, Allison. Hutchinson,
Kan., saved his life by a simple
Tnal 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 failod. Asthma,
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe
Coughs, and all Throat and Lung
diseases, it is guaranteed to cure.
Trial Bottles free atF. Harrington's
arge size, $1. 00.
Feb. 15, lyr.
3 00... 10 30 ...
7 50 a m 3 05 pm 6 00 pm
.9 17 a m 1 32 pm 721 pm
...10 02 a m 5 18 pm 8 12 pm
Ar Athens 11 05 a m 6 30 pm 9 20 pm
OHIO CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Time Card taking efleet May 11, '84
. FACTS RECAHDWa S.
8lk 8?. Haste's Irai to
It will pnrify and enrich tlie BLOOD, repmlatc l
the LIVER and KIOriHYS, and Kistokk Tits . .
HEALTH rTOKof VoU!!: In"""? fe
diseases requiring a certain aiid enielentTOftlC Sp
......i.iit iU.nn.i. .VntorA9Detitc.lnd1eo9- .
tlon. Lnelc of StrcniUi, etc.. its brc Is uiarkcd
.... t..A.ii.f.. ....I ,, nniierttM reMilu. liotiea.
null iiuiHt'ii.. ...... - -
muscle. and r.rrvc. receive new force. ZulUens
the mind ami supplies Train rowr.
b n ri. a r" o" sufferln? trom all. complaints
8. A EJl UiS rceiiliarin thrlrsex will And In
DR HAItTEIfS ittOH 'XCIflO a sare and speedy
cure, it plves a clear and healthy coniplexloii.
Tlie strongest trsiiir.ony to the Tnlue or int.
IT KTE!c'3 ir.ov TONIC is tha: frequent attempts
at counterfcitiiifC ! only amlt.I r Ihe popular.
ltvortlieorlRinA:. Jfyou earnestly desire liralUj
do not esporlmcnt Ret the OctoftAi. xsd fctsT.
Or. Harter's Irom Tonic is for Sale byau.
druqg13t3 and dealers everywhere
Wrights Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
Sale to take, being purely n
mg. race cu
vegetable; no grip
arm For Sale.
.1 37 pm 8 39 pm
.2 32 pm 9 35 pm
Of ScS5 CASH, 1 ,000 Imported Novelty Pocket
EniTos and 6,000 pounds cf the Great
.. -120 am 115pm
. 5 16 am S 09 pm
Lv Athens 7 05 am 7 05 pm 12 ISpm
. 8 20 am 8 17 pm 1 47 pm
... 9 12 am 8 58 pm 2 32 pm
...10 30 am 10 20 pm 3 55pm
TO BE GVEia AWAY!
T?VKRY CONSI7MEK. savinfr over 30 taire frill
OP KKV AKllj;il. siuu tUst.S".Oto;Id.SSO
tCd. 1 0 toltb. WUO tooth. $SO to U!i,
l.Hf in son. 8-l o siu. etui io luva,
A irk llflt
i,utfv impnrit'i &'4iicrc ivaivcn woriui er.on.
and 5,OiH pounds ZOO-ZOO I'luu Toimcco, to
bomven la rounca, tho lan.-est niuuber of Viks rs-
Sneannah Wethernw's Estate.
Tli uinlerslgneu lias ucen appoimcuauu tunied .j receive tho fust reward. S1W) Cash,
iualilieil as executor of tlie estate or hit- ecc-jud Uicbrt, S5K), nnd Boondcrantoaioct-rluff
sannab Witherow late of Ilockinji couniy, of iti$-V,00 tobacco. TtiuwCliiirtinnBaiidAow.
deceased. ALFRED RK11, lix
Delaware . ..
12 05 am 445am 4 15 pm
12 57 pm 5 37 am 5 0s pm
...I 21 pm G 02 am 532 pm
...1 40 pm 0 22 am 5 52 pm
...2 20 pm 7 15 am 6 45 pm
...2 40 pm 7 35 am 7 05 pm
. 3 12 pm 8 05 am 7 3G pm
..4 35 pm 9 25 am 9 00 pin
Direct connections made in Union De
pot atColumbus. for Newark, Zanesville,
Pittsburg, Wheeling. Baltimore, Washing
ton and Pliiladi-Ipbia; also for Dayton,
Cincinnati, Louisville and all points South
BvJ'lose connections at Toledo for De
troit and all points in Michigan and Can
ada. W II HARRlHON.Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
Cen terburg...... ...
. lexandria ....
.... 12 01
131 8 45
12 50 8 05
12 2S 7 20
12 05 6 48
Lll SO C 05
All 15 9 25
10 31 8 21
10 07 7 47
9 45 717
9 35 7 03
9 22 6 45
8 55 5 57
8 S4 5 47
100 Acres of irood FnfrnVlrl
County Land, in a durable and lietiltny
loc.ition. ten acres of ood timber, situnt-d
on the Lancaster & Winchester pike, one
and one-half miles from Carroll, ami two
and ono-half miles from Hooker's Station.
Church within one-fourth mile, School one
half mile, well watered by good springs,
line young Orchard, ana goon improve
ments. Price S90 per acre.
Forfurtherparticulars inquire of
JOHN W. WILSON. Carroll, O.
Or C. U. BUERHAUS, Logan , O.
May 15, 188l-3m
favorably. known to this community as
one of tho best
in the State, has opened a Merchant Tail
oring Shop in tho Spy by buildingand will
keep on hand the best and latest styles of
and will make
Suits to Order
onshort notice. Call and sec his stock of
of the latest styles, and learn the rates
which they aro uiriiisnea. renect
and all scrofulous diseases, Soros, Kryslp--las,
Eczema, Blotches, Kinjrworm, Tat
-mora, Carbuncles, "Bolls, and KranUoB-
or the Skin, are the direct result of sa
Impure state of the blood.
To euro these diseases tbe blood nrost be.
purified, and restored to a healthy asd &-.'
tural condition. Aves's Saksapajuixa ha
for orer forty years been reeogmlzed by emi
nent medical authorities as tbe most pow
erfel blood purifier iu existence. It frees
tits a Th t em froia all foal humors, enriches',
and strengthens tUablood.reBKnres all traces'. "
of nercurial treatuieut, and proves itself 'i
coniplete mastar of all scrofulous diseases.
A Recent Care of Scrofulous Sores.
"Some months ago i.-was troubled! with--scrofulous
sores (ulcers) ou lay legs. The
limbs were badly swollen aud inflamed, aud
tlie sores discharged large quantities of
oifensiTe matter, tvery remedy I trie,
foiled, until. I used AVElt'S SAkSAt-ABlLUt
or which 'l bare now taken thne bottles,,
witkttiidv result that the sores are.haled,
and my general health .greatly improved--1
feel 'very grateful for tbe good your'
medicine has Uoiie.me.
Yours respectfully; MR3. Asx O'BKrAX.!
14d Sullivan St SeWiXork, June 24, 1882.
jy All persons Interested are lavitedr
to call on Mrs. O'Brlaa; also upoa the'
Bev. Z. P.'1VUU of 78 East 54th Street,
New Torlc City, -who will take pleasure.
In testifying to the weiwjerf ul eaVcacy of
Aycr'.s Sursaparilla, aot only fu the cure
of this lady, but in hfi own case and'
many others withia hie haowledge.
Tlie well-known irriter on tta Bostom erald,
B. "W. B A ll, of Rochester, JCff-wil tes, J une'
"Having suffered severely forsonse years
with Kczeiai.aud.lAvit.s ridto Hint relief
frrtm other reiiieilies, 1 brTe nia-ie use. dnrics"
Hie jjat tlircu iimuifis. .A vcit'.s Sarsapa
kh.i.a. wiiicb has effecttd a compute cure
l cousuier it a laaguiHceut, reniedy lor all
blood diseased '
stimulates and regulates the aetios of the"
digestive aud assimilative organs, reaews
aud strengthens tbe vital forces, and speelily
cures Rlienmatism, Nenraljria, Eheunia--tle
Goat, Catarrh, General Debility, and
all diseases arising from an impoverished or'
corrupted condition of the blood, aud a weak--cned
It is incomparably the cheapest blood medi
cine, on account of its concentrated strength, -and
great power over disease.
Dr. J. C. Ayer &Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists: priee fl, sir hsttlsw:
uui ur unucn.
o ns Mr. rnui- rsr
1 30 UNION SQUARE NEWY0RK.
tfACAff0 spKNQp t?"
iu. nn. en.
FOR SALE BY
LEZ1ER - STOKES,
Wholesale De;ilers, Cleveland, O.
Az't. Logan, O
May 22, T8S4 Gm.
DR. DAVID -S
How Watch Casts art Mads.
In 1875, thirteen men comprised tfcer
entire working force -used in the manu
facture of the Jcme of GoldWatek Cau.
Now overjSse hundred are employed, and tha'
number is'constantlj'increaau'. TLe rea
son of this increase is this: In the Jamt'
Boaf Gold WalchCase all themetdin sight
which only lends strength to the
case, is of stronger inetal than gold.,
giving gold where gold is needed, and
strong, elastic metal where strength and
elasticity are needed, & combinatioa pro
ducing a watch case better than solid gold
and at onb-half the cost. .ujurjei.
Over 2C0,000 of these cases J'
have been sold, and every- jeweler in the
country can testify to their quality and
mer I,OTniTOi. Miciu Dee. 5. Hat
K. W. Kanb. of tha litmacrai. bougbt a Jaa. Boas
Gold Watch cae la years asro. and carricd.lt until a -ttiort
time ago. when I purchased it. mdold It lot
customer. Tne ca?e showed no eigna of wear,exeert-that-natural
to any cam. and I am. mfiiflad esit be
ssfelrKuaranteodioratlewttenyeanmortt. I bare
sold the James Iiosi.'GoldWatdiCacfcirinaByyeaz.
and the ptrtiea who bnUKht the first ones are carry
ing them uvlar. as veil satisfled as thnngh tjier had
boufcht a solid gold cae cosrluvtwicethemoDeT. I
rogord them as the enly cases of this kJad a Jeweler
should sell who dc-i-v to give his customers t
worth of their money or values hi reputation.
Wm. J. Cusawar, Jaultr.
Urn Imtikar U bjrtw W.tth Caw FiHtI ,.
SripU Factor hudnu niwtn&4 raykktafcawlakw
Itmm IW aa4 lttjiii Wmtdt Cm ar -uSa.
(To 6 CbRiixuati a
I. 8 10
George W. O'Neill's Estale
Tlie undersigned lins been appointed and
qualified as executor of the estate of Geo.
V. O'Xcill late of Hucl-ins county, decea
cxl. THOa. O'SZILL, Ezecutor.
July 10 Sw
I ""' -r rfu-sriU will b) distrllmted het-vepn
ier - :si ami .innusry lot. uncw uii" - iitratloi to.
b-".t!;elct ever made. Saio. leUcx and send
i.vta by mail, hetn etn December lith and " tiu to tha
V.'IiSON 5- EIcCAI.IiAY TilBACCO CO.
r5"Ci:tnd,!reaouta!d paste on Envelope.
This is THE FINEST POUND PLUG EVER t'.ADE,
A5 YOUR DEALnK FOTt 20O-ZOO.
TSTIiiaLl (Sl iUTUV .t esd J ca v.-lil uaa no cUics
Occupies a Room In tho
lie keeps a selected stock of ready made
Boots and Shoes.
Custom Made Work a Specialty.
Connectlonsaromadeat Fostoria with L
EaW K'y lor Flndlay, Lima, St Marys
Muncieand Lafayette, Iiul, Bioomiugton
Ill.,Kansas City audSt Louis.
At Ilucyrusfor all points on P r W S: C
At Levering for Crestline, Cleveland, and
all pointson Columbus Divisions of ,C C C &
At Ccnterburs for Mt Vernon, Clinton,
Akron aud all points on CJIt V A C RM
At Bremen and New Lexington for New
ark, Lancaster, ZanesTillenncI all points on
Cincinnatiand MuM-inf-um Valley Divis
ion of P Ca St Louis R'y i
At Junction City for Shawnee and all
points on Straitsville Di v B & O R'd.
At Columiuts connection is made at Un
ion Dent with trains tor Cincinnati, Louis
ville, Indianapolis, Washington, Baltimore
and all Southern and Eastern cities.
W II Vandegrift, Sup't
G O nadley, Gen'l Ticket Agt
rr K as s vs m ra sa d
Is fraposcd of Herbal n:id Mucilajfir.ouj prod
ucts, wluoUpcrmcato tlie Hbstance ottifs
T.,ifva. fitieR-ura!.t: llio ncrld xuattcr
4 33 ; that coilecu in the Uronoliiil Tube-, and turns n
4 1! ' sootLlug coating, wincii rci-sves mo K
A M ritution thut cau;4 tlie ronIi. it claansra
4 30 ' thelun;-c"siJJ IriiiJtiiitico, jitrcnjjthr--.T
4 Si 1 themtTlien enfecl-lsd ijy dUcusc,inrior
3 51 j ates the circulation of tLo blood, and bruces th3
3 1T7 j nervous systsra: Slight coWs crtcn end 1:j
3 08 I consumption. Iti tl-i-f-croitstone"loci
2 4S tiiern. Atinlv tlie remedv T-rornotlv. A
tost of twenty yenrs wnrr.ints tho eer;ion thst
prompt in it-etroetsa-iTU7T'3WPE0TaBAKT.
A single close raises Uio phlr-m,auLUuc3
infl immation, and its use -pcc-liir cures the mo.t
ob-iinate con jb. A pi cnso-it cnrcl lal, chil
dren talic it readily. 1t Crnp it is
lnTalual;!c nu Lshr.ul'l K in ercry family.
Iu Sac. ar", 51 Ucltlcsfj
fSl R fS
BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap
P' d Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and
all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For Sale By F. Harring
ton. " may8- ly.
f 'REMEDY H
PIS B &
ACT OtgSTLY ;.Q TH !.;-!?.
Cut-e CIiIIJk nu,! fever, JJysycp'Sla,
SlclScKeaduchc, iillions Cotlr.,t;i:siipa
ticn. lthcunjcfivrnji'llcj!, I'ltj-iliatlonof
the Ilenrt, 3tzinoa-3.'I'or)id iiiver.ancl
Female Irregularities. If yuu do not "feel
wry vTell,"asinL'!eT-ilInt l-cd-time stimulates tbe
eytrm. Prlce.Unr. :." "Ir,rny Ht..!'.'.
BSTWRITE FOR TUTT'S MAffUAL F8EE."a
Plants for Sale.
I will be prepared to furnish
our citizens and people near and
far with any amount of thrifty
Cabbajre, Tomato, Sweet Potato
and other plants for the garden.
I guarantee them as first class iu
quality and in plants.
1 will supply the people at my
stand on Market Square, com
mencing the first of next, week,
wifh all the early Vegetables,
and at which place all orders can
be left for Plants-, which will be
promptly fimiialied at reasonable
rates. Henry Gommt.
April 3 tf.
Olsewrvred la MesJ
SpecihnT suited to "a
Blolarial, Acne, Stem
Rch, BheBnatlc, Serof
olous aad Fesssle Cw
Disease Is an effett of bad blood
Tested for SO Tears, It cores OO per cent of'
cases! Pare Blood gives Blooming ncalt a !
Satisfaction guaranteed. It is pnrely vegetable,
non-Alcoholic, EffectivB, Palatable. 91.00 a
bottle. Send for pamphlet. OI all druggists, or of
DAVID KENNEDY, 31. D., Soodaut, S. T-
WTIiywill you cough when Sbi'oh's
curp will jrive immediate relief. Price
10 cU ")0 cts and I dollar to be had at
B. C. Uebers and Co-
Sbiloh's catarrh remedy, a positirs
enra for catarrh, diptheria, and canker
mouth at B. C- Rebara and Co.
"Hackmet.ick." a lastineand fra
grant perfume. Price 23 and 50 cents
at B. C. Reber's and Co.
For dvapepsia and liver complaint;
you hare a printed guarantee on eTery
I bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizer- It never
faiU to cure, faolu by B. C- Reber and