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V Co:ir;!!co:u Act.
There comes new from Macon, Ga.,
of a vdry ser.ous injury to Tommy
l)owns, sou of Mie. Dr. Downs, of this
city, says the Dtn;orL Democrat, who
With his rcoti'er is slopping with hr
rother. Mr. EUui Kvims, in Howard,
alont six miics trow M.tcon. Tommy
is 12 years of SP. According to a long
account received by Willis Downs, of
this city, Torcmy went into the woovls
near his uncle's hoaso with his dog.
T.-3 Uor intnned a rabbit nnd Tommr
fallowed :n tSi chase, and finally caw
tae rabbit enter a hollow tree. About
fiphtcea feet from the ground was a
hole in the tree, and thinking- to catch
the rabbit he quickly climbed up and
thrust his arm in. After failing totf.nd
tho rabbit he attempted to withdraw
hi arm, and found that by6ome means
or other it was securely fastened at the
"wrist. For an hour or so he hung on
and halloed for help until he was
hoarse and could call out no longer.
In his situation, unable to make him
self heard, almost benumbed with cold
and with the prospect of being hold
prisoner all niht staring him 'in the
face, the lad did not know what to do.
Finally he tk his knife out and
"With the freed hand deliberately sat to
"work to cut off tho imprisoned arm. He
cut away to the bone, near the elbow,
and finally, after having severed the
muscles, he dropped from the tree in a
How long he was in an unconscious
condition he could not state, but he
came to his senses without assistance,
and walked home. Two surgeons were
summoned, and made a complete ex
.ajninatipn of the wound, the boy re
maining calm and composed as they
tenderly proceeded. They found the
whole of the muscular portion of tho
lower and outer side, extending from
the elbow upwards for about three and
a- half inche each way, completely sev
ered and cut out down to tho bone. At
last accounts it was believed that the
arm could be saved, .but it must re
main in a crippled condition, owing to
tho severing of the tendons.
BT SUSAN COOLIDGE.
Xetmc stand Mil! upon tho befcrht of life.
Much has becu won, though much there la
I cm a little vreary of the strife.
Let me Slaud still awhile, nor count it sin
3 cool my hot brow, ease tho travel pain.
And then address me to the road again.
Xiong- wss the war and steep and hard the
Sore ar mr limb and fain I am to rest.
Behind me lie Ion? sandy tixcks of time;
Before ac r ees tho Jeep mountain crest.
Xet me stand null the journey is half done.
And when les weary 1 will travel on.
i-Standlnr atllll Ttrpn a T nation
The SteD rtnth Kbiflc Hnrt I alln hniM-STini-m-
Kovement was safety; by the Journey laws
No help is Riven, no sate cbidloK-place.
Mo idling In the pathway lnutl and slow;
I must go forward, or must buckward gol
"I will po np, then, though tlie limbs may tire,
And though the path be doubtful and un
Setter with the last effort to expire
Than iot'c the toil and struggle that have
-And have the morning strength, the upward
The distauoc conquered, in the end made
Lb. bJwsed law! for rest is tcmDiinr sweet.
And we would all lie down If so wo might;
And few would struggle on with bleeding
And few would ever gain the higher
Ilxcepi Inr tho stern law which bids us know
We must go forward, or must backward go
Barglars Should Not FiimWe Around.
' A stout, able bodied lady was aroused
the other night by a noise in the hall
way, and on going down stairs she dis
covered a man fumbling around in the
dark. The iady immediately assailed
him. with the ferocity of a tigress and
ejected him from the house in quite a
number of seconds less than no time at
all, and slammed the door after him.
Ai-lhe maLn, tumbled .dnwa -tl top
onto the sidewalk he was gobbled by a
policeman and promptly marched off to
the cooler. The next morning several
of her friends called and congratulated
her upon the heroism displayed in
throwing & full-grown burglar out of
the houxj. "Gracious!"' exclaimed the
lady, growing pile and agitated; "was
that a burglar?" "Why, certainly,
didn't you know it?" Know it! Heav
ens, no! I thought it was only my hus
band home again late from the lodge,
or I wouldn't have done what I did for
tho world." Texas Sitings.
Xjrjtmoo etp jo'jasd aoq:o .Cut: m punoj
eq sou pjnoo m?qa ot:ra o oiqtrjmfr
eoozi sb 'asoj adeg punoju sqnojq
pus 'no3JO u: ?no ojsav Jfoqx "aooj
85- uiooq oij pus uo jooj j;oi 81 11IA1
30?6 iSute v jscni eqj -uo;soq ui
p9)onjiBaoD "nigq jioa sj uomnuom
gjq Sujidsjs u: ujiojjjjojt 5 posn oq oj
2Dixiap aqx m Batrouj oi 139J 8 pu
'jaamsip nt caqaar g ienj 5 sq 01 si j
snot 8ag-jCiuajL7 rioqw qSio jjiai no
uaqjtt pus 'saoj oau-a;jo; moqt: sqSraM
jaou ?j "jaamnuoai umo;3ijoj oq?
joj 4tmiup eqj Snpno iiou bi antvp;
jo iusdmo3 ejratu) iiomoijih aqx
Feminine precocity: On a railroad
-train nearing Troy a few days ago was
a live-year old amusing herself Ky put
ting on one of her mother's gloves.
When the operation was ended she
looked inquiringly abou, her and ein
jrled out a ministerial-iooking old gen
tleman, to whom she threw a kiss with
her gloved hand. On leaving the car
the gentlemen psesed the little miss
with the remark:
straightened herself and repiied in an
impatient tone of voice: '"Oh, I wns
unlj flirting with you." Troy Times.
How much is "quite a number?" We
glance over our excuangei and read of
"quite a number of people," "quite a
number of hogs" (though possioiy we
here indulge in an unnecessary repeti
tion), "quite a number of years," and
one bibulous writer with unctuous en
thusiasm refers to "quite a number of
glasses of beer." As nearly as wa can
judge from the context in each of these
cases, "quite a numuer" means well
in short quite a number. Eoaland
A. Cardinal in Embryo.
Dr. Mayhew was one of. the most
puzzling examiners at Oxford. He al
ways asked the most captious ques
tions. Onco, however, he found his
match In a beardless youth, who solved
with cla68;c! calmness tho most diffi
cult quoKiions the Professor's brain
could invent. When Mayaew saw that
he had to deal with a formidable oppo
nent, he changed his tactics, com
menced in Latin, and asked: "Quid et
Spas?" nV:st isilope? Majrnaras,"
a great thin:: wa t!:e immediate an
swer. "Quid cat Ciiaritr-s." W:snt is
Cnsrity? was the next question: 'Mag
na rcrilas," a grext rnnn relied
th sludit. Q-ide;tF..$es.J"' VVhst
is Faith? "Qiwd nun vides," What
is uneenj answered the young theo
logian, jlayhsiw was forced to laugh;
against his will. He gave the student
his hand, and a thing that rarelv hap
pened asko.d him to dinuor. Fifteen
years later D- Maybe v r-.'ceivcd an in-v-tation
to dinner. It cam a 11 om tho
fcvudent above mentioned, who then
gave a banquet in honor of his installa
tion as IJiskuji 01 Westminster. Ho is
now Cardinal Manning.
The new pn?.! cocIt
in Italy abolish
But this is on-
es capr.ai pumsnment.
Jv making tho law conform to the,
p'ractice. HtTing twenty eirs past,
out of over 1,5 .0 couv.clibus for capital
crimes, in winch the death sentence
was imtiosed. an airgrealc of only
tfiirty-oiie executions have taken place,
and for the past nine ycer3 not one
condemne I person lias been executed.
I: wou'd seoin 10 be quite as well that
the form of law ihuiud be done away
-rai" RJ m kot
US B :sv
ohuo now open Sit'dents can en
ter at any Time.
The Z.incsvi I e Business
nas been cstnbiis'ied nearly twenty
years, and sin.-e its organization it
prepared hundreds of young
men fur Miecensful careers in
dotation is healthy and accessi
ble. College :s at the cornpr of Main
and Third streets, (wo sxuares from
the railroad depotand three squares
from steamboat lading
Good boarding can be obtained
in private families at very reason
Course of instruction is thorough
and praet'cal, embracing Book
keeping by single and uouble en
try as pplied to al kinds of Buai
nass Penmanship, Business Forms,
Commercial Aritbtnetie, Business
Correspondence and actual business
practice. Bank, Postoffice and oth
er offices m ureu'ar working order
for the transaction'of business.
Penmanship Department ts very
tboroughsand extensive, aiming ful
ly tv meet the wants of all, for tea
ching or practice.
Students t upon arriving in the
city should retain biggago checks
until a boarding place has beyi
selected. By notifying the Prin
cipals m advance, students will be
met at the depot or boat lauding,
and assisted in securing boarding
place." and toansfer of baggs
hose who come in theci(y--it night
will find first clss accommodations
at the Kirk House, corner Fourth
and Market streets, until further
arrangements can be made.
Circulars coutiuing full informa
tion as to tuition, time required,
boarding, cost, Sic, now ready for
Address the Principals,
ClIOGUlLL & PAKSONS,
A lot on Hunter Street, 90 by
225; one of the finest bniiding sites
I will also self where I now reside-
W. W. McCbat.
sep. 4 3w.
GRIGGB' GLYCERINE SALVE.
The best on earth, ran truly be
said of Griggs' Glycerine S.tlve,
which is a sure cure for cuts, bruis
es, scalds, burns, wounds, and all
other sores. Will positively cure
piles, tetter and skin emplions.
Try this wonder healer. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money refunded.
Only 2o cents. Jjorsale by Mill
er & Case. njay8-ly.
Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 4.
Bowker Fertilizer Co., Gents: I
wish to say that I consider your Bow
ker's Phosphate a valuable fertilizer to
soils deficient in phosphate- I used it
during the past season on corn at the
rate of 200 lbs. per acre, audi think
its effects were Very marked in produc
ing a strong healthy, growth.
Brick For Sale.
The Deet of hand made Budd
ing or Paving Brick, a low prices.
Milt. Gaffney, Yard on South
Side of Canal, opposite the Fair
Notice to House'Buil&ers.
SCHOOL HOUSE IN WARD
Sealed proposals will be rpcelved at the
office of the Clerk of the Eoard of Educa
tion of Ward townbhip, in Carbon Will,
Ohio, until 12 o'clock, at no' n, ou the IScli
day ot September, 1884, for l.uilciiug a
School House on the lot situated iu .Sub
District No. I, according to the pl.tnb on
flle in said office.
Each bid must contain the name of eve
ry person interested iu the Kjn'e, and be
accompanied by a sufficient guaranty of
60ine disinterested jjertou, that if the bid
is accepted a contract will be entered into
and the performance of it piopei ly seem eil.
The bid lor each klud of material Dal i eel
for by the specifications must be stated
separately, and the price of erfch aiveu.ani!
the prict ot labor 111 Uht also be separately
stated. None but the lowest lefepousible
lil will bo accepted, and the Hoard may
reject all bids.
By order of the Board of Education.
JOHN E. SHOUT, Clerk.
Carbon 11111,0., Atis,21,lbS4.
Aug as aw. .
David Sawyer, who when last heard from
resided at mouth of Little Sandy, Jackson
county, West Virginia, and Olive I. (Saw
yer, c. minor under fourteen years of age,
an heir of John Sawj-r, deceived, whose
place oi residence is unknown, will take
notice that a petition was filed against
them and theother heirs of David SI. Saw
yer deceased, and the widow ol said de
culeut, ou the lth day of January, A. I.
lhSJ.in the Probate Court of Hockmi; coun
ty, Ohio, by John M. Buchanan, adminis
trator ot the estate of David M. Sawyer,
deceased, :tllej;liij; that Ihv personal estate
oi s:ud decedent is iusulllcient to pay his
debts, the widow's allowance, and the
charges of administering his estate.
That he died seized in fee simple of the
following real estate, situate ill the county
of HocKiim auu State of Ohio, to wit :
Being the norlh-A-ost quarter of the south
west 'juarier of section number twenty
nine (13), township number eleven (11), of
raupe uumbei eiRhtteu (18), coalmining
forty (tO) aeres more or Ie.
That Diana Sawyer, as widow of taid de
cedent is entitled to dower in said preia-
The prayer of Raid petition 1b for the as
signment ol dower to the said Diana Saw
yer, and tortile sale 01 said premises, sub
ject to such dower estate, for the payment
of the debts and charges aloiesaid.
The parties first above mentioned will
further lake notice thai they are required
to answer said petition on or before '.ho
third Satuiday alter the ICth day of Octo
ber. A. D. 1681, and that the case is .set for
iiearin;; on the I'd day of .November. A. D.
1881, at 10 o'cloc k, A. 31.
JOHN M. BUCHANAN,
Administrator as aforesaid.
Wripht Lowrey, Attys.
Sept. i, ltSl 6w
John Paston, whose residence Is un
known, will take notice tluit on the 23th
dayufAuxttet.lSS:, Auon W:itts ttleil his
etition 111 uie common i'lens Court of:
Jlockins county, Ohio, In case lib!), ushId'.i
rtiizaneui ly-oiiikou, joun w iiimm raxton.
J.mu's Kltut-r Puxton.a minor u yeais of
ae, jotepii .jarion r-.ixiou, a minor I!,.,:,, ,. ,.., I V,l v V
vtMrKOItiKe.a ml John Pnxloii.heirnr. I.nw GS11C JOUlIial, lMlUUa, 11. 1.
of llnrbara IMxton, leceasetl: AndiewNel
fcnn Wntt" anil Elmer Anson V;stih-, ininons
over U ye.trs of ago, Zane Kemore Watts
ami EiiilielSrovrn V.'att, minors under 14
j i ars of tijjo. ;l;i!l:en ami only iiein. t law
oianeKnrah Wutt, tleceasel, a daughter
ami ).! of thu IicirK at I.iw ot the K.tid
IS.ir!irini P.ixiou, ileceaHcd.aml John fol
llun, prnyiuK partition of the real estate
described m sml petitioa, and theaksign
iiiont ol plaintiiT.s courtesy'tlierein ot tlie
undivided one-iourtli part,oi it that can
not !-e done without manifest iiiiurv. that
Mich nroc-eodiugs be had as are authorized
tinhl inrtie'saro rcjtilivd to answer on or
I'etoie tliettn day ot bfptLmlier, or jude
ment may Ie taken again-! thorn.
, ,, . Al.'tiOX WATT3.
fWy Pripo, hlsAttw.
CIRCULATION - - 1500.
A.DTT ERTISINO RATES.
tw'k 3 w'bs, i w'k S m' Cm's 1 y'r
3 inch i
4 inch '
1 rol. I
3niness wrilioifire lints oi lc.c$6 per
itlis.nna church :t'. benevoten
notice n."r:ei i.r-e. --tuy
obifDiirv notices will be eliai
Lo'cil business Mc'ic-'ilO cos's per liix
SrBSCRiPTION $2.lG TllR YEA!
ilemoeratic Vhi form.
Resolved First, That the Den
ocracy of Ohio, in convention h
affirms its piatfoim of 18S3as f"t
l.iws: ft indulges the pn.ciples
the party esp'esscd in previm.
Stateand .ational platforms in rt
gard to persunal libertv, the ti u.
iuiictiuna of the govemment, and a.
embraced in poli'ical crted. ex
pounded by the founder of the Deni
osratic paity, Thorn .9 JefTerMin
The application of these principle?
to our present condition demand.
the pmification of the public serv
ice, the punishment ot the robber?
of Ue public treasury, the equali
xation of all public burdens, tb
arrest of the profligacy and extrav
agance thut corrupt the adniinis
t'ation of pub ic aflfurs. and a to
tal change in the policy that so long
has been pursued by the Rcpubli
cn partv favoring individual and
c'ass interests at the expense of tin
laboring and wealth-producing pen
p'e nf'the .country; and we renew
our declarations tor startle monv.
the gradual extinction of the pub
lie debt and the payment of pen
sions to disabled soldiers, their wid
ows and orphans.
Second, We favor a tariff for
evenue, limited to the necessities ol
the Government, economically ad
ministered ;md so adjusted in itsap.
p'ication as to prevent unequ-il bur
dens, encourage productive indus
tries at borne, afford just compen
sation to labor but not to create or
Third, That the just demands of
the wool growets of the State and
country for an. equitable readjust
ment of duties on wool (unjustly
reduced by a Republican Oongrcs)
so that the industry shall be fully
and equally favored with other
industries,, ought to be complied
with, and we endorse the action oi
the Democratic members of the
Ohio delegation in Congress in
their effort to accomplish this re
Fourlh The peiuocratic party
is and always has been opposed to
sumptuary legislation and unequal
taxation in any form, and 13 in fa
vor of the largest liberty of private
cunduct-eonolste.'it with, public wel
fareand rights of others; and of
regulating the liquor tr.ifiic 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 svstem and its teforms 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 due to all American
citizens, native and foreign born,
abroad and at home.
Seventh -We reaffirm the resolu
tions of the State Conventions of
Ohio in 1880, 18S1 and 1SS2 and of
the Democratic National Conven
tions of 1872. 1876 and 1880, de
manding a thorough reform and
purification of the Civil Service, and
charge that the .Republican party
has violated cveiy p'edge it h-us
heretofore given to the reform tbee
of. and has failed during its lonjr
adm'nistration of the government
to correct oven the most patent
abuser, and we deem therefore a
change of the executive adminis
tration of the. government itself
as the reform first of all necessary
(as made more manifest by the
Star-route trials and other iniqui
ties) 1 hereby ousting 'corrupt rings,
confederated to protect crime and
prevent tho punishment of criminals,
and by so doing make it possible to"
punish fraud and theft in political
To the citizens of Logan and
nocking county. J- P- Ankrom
& Sons, Proprietors o the Mc Ar
thur Nurseries, will remain here
for some time to solicit orders
for their Nursery stock. Head
quarters at the Rem pel House.
Every tree guaranteed True to
name. I'rice of Apple and P ach
No. one stock 4 lo 0 feet high, 13
c'ts each, or $12.50 per. 100 and
ajl other stock proportionately
low. .Evergreen trees, insured
to grow. Call and see us and get
N. B. Our trees are only on the
road one half a day and are rais
ed in your own climate.
Very respectfully yours,
J. P. Ankhom & Sons.
Any Housekeeper, who serd
at once the names of five mar
ried ladies, at same address, and
12 twe-cent stamps for postage,
will receive free for one entire
year, a handsome, entertaining
and instructive Domestic Joiirn
al, devoted to Fashions. Fancy
Work, Decorating, Shopping,
Cooking, and Household mat
ters uest paper piiDiisnea ion
Ladies. Every houekee? er
wants it. iteguiar price. jji uw.
Must send now! Address Dom-
Ladiks' .MkoujaIi Adviser A
complete Medical work for worn
en, handsomely bound in cloili
and illustrated; postpaid for 10
two-tent stumps TeII how to
prevent and cure all di.-ease of
the pex, by a treatment at home.
Worth its weight in Gold to
every lady suderiny: from any of
these disease. Over 10.000 Fold
already. Addross Niinda I'ub
lishing Co!, Kunda. -K. .
si.flo f2.no ft?-v i-'.tn Sfi.5
2.P0 5.75 -i.0 7.H0 9.fn
3.M S.7.") 5.50 t.(.fi l-.'.fO
3.50 5.o0 6.S0 10.C8 U.00
4.fM) 7.0') 8.00 I2.C0 IP.f'fi
5.50 8.c0 10 00 15.0(1 P.ft
7.ro: io.ro li.ooinuio 2".h
k nn i2.no M.ro -:o.eo w.pp
10 0;) I 17,00 0.00 I S5.60 55.C0
UNEXCELLED BY ANY.
Sure to Give SatUfacUtm.
General Office, 111 , 5. .
2few York Office, 2S3 Broafiiraqr.
Buying Agents Wanted.
The proof of tbe pudding is not
in chewing the string, but in having
in oppor'tmity 'to test be article
direct. Miller & Case the Drug
gist, has a free trial bottle of Dr
Hosanko's Couirh and Lung Syrup
tor each and every one who is af
t icted with Coughs.Coids, Asthum,
Consumption or any Lung Aflection.
Mammoth Invoice of
of every description, which the
bove named local deal
er has provided
embrace everything desirable in
the general lines' of Boot
wear that may be called for
adapted to all ages and
both sexes, and in all the
New Shapes and of the
Most Approved' Makes.
These goods are all fresh and
have been carefully se-
lected, and are
G UARAJf TEEJD
TO QIVB EHTIKB
to purchasers alike as regards
wearing Qualities and prices.
ITILL1431 ii5,ISG. Prop,
The people of Logan are invited to call
on me when in the city for
Fresh Groceries, Choice Wines,
Best Beer and igar?.
my Restaurant will be supplied with fresh
OyMers, Game, Fish anil everything the
market allonls in season. may 10, 'S3
The School Examiners of Hocking coun
ty, Ohio, will meet at the
Union School House,
First and Third Saturdays ol
at9 o'clock, n. in., except January, July
ana August. AppMcantsmust furnish pre
paid envelopes by which they will receive
the result ofthe examination.
of good morl character will be reqalred ca
thoe unknown to the Hoard.
The grading Is represented on a scale of
to 100 , and six classes of certificates will
be issued, viz:
First Class, Five Yfiiru. No branch less
thAii 9b nnd an experience of not leas than
three consecutive ye.irs of teaching next
preeeedinu tin application, eichteen
months of which experience shall have
been in one place.
Second CHsm, Three Years. When the
applicant has an aver.iReof 95, no branch
less Mian W), and twenty four mouths ex
Third CI.is, Twenty FourMonths. An
aviTHKeof90.no branch less than 85 and
eighteen mouths experience intc-aching.
Fourth Class, Eiuiitren Months. An av
erage or Ho, no branch los than 75 and
twelve months experience in teaching.
Fifth Cla., Twelve Months. When in no
branch there is less than 70.
Sixth Clas-j,, six mouths When in no
ranch there is less than CO. This is a trial
ceitificate and will not be issued to an ap
plicant who has taught, after Sept. 1, 18S2.
Asatlvf.ictoiy examination in the The
ory and Practice of t aching and a good tle
Erccof success Is teaching and soverniinra
school will be favorably considered. Ah
plicmts are required :o furnish testimo
nials of good moralcharnctrr.
J. L. flRKJUT
J. P. H.KTKDM.
Janoaryl, 1870. Examiners
Of S555 CASH. 1,000 Imperial Nortlty Pooket
u aires mud o,OW) poandj ot S Qret
TO BE C5V, AWAY!
TTTEEV tiavsnaiER Tliur OTor 3isa win
it Ki.VSAXUKU. tUttyt.t!ituto-t.SI8U
turewt a receive tin fn-t reward. itliX Cnstj,
rr Sfc tal Jnuonrj- 1-L Cbi-r thia dulvrtititu k
iicja by iljuI, bstwiuo IH-ttiuber 15to uu
"ii"i.iON' &r MeC'AI.fjAY TCP. .CCy CO.
I 0t cilrfia out nwi pn:t- n Kirrelope.
This j TKE HNEST POUND PLUG EVR IM.DE,
c AfK YOUR DEALER FOR ZOO-ZOO.
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l,(KK)lwprIfa rK'Urt Iviiivrawonh jl-eoch.
(ad S,(KK) fonn,U 7.iW-7.lW Plnjr Tobace. to
Inrea in rotation. Hm lirm-t nmnlmr nt imt m.
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BAST & WEST,
NORTH and SOUTH.
"This Great Thronch Eonte
is now Completed and in Full
Operation, running through Pas
tenner Trains daily, as follows :
jj,Tliree solid trains rach way between
Columbus, I ndtauaiKilis and Peoria
ttS"l'wo trains each way between Colum
bus, IniliauaoIis and D -catur.
tTTwo tr.iins each way between Ban
dusky, Indianapolis Peoriaand r)ep:itur.
ttSTwo trains each way between Sa
dusky, Dayton and Cincinnati.
ejt.Thrce trains each day between San
due.kv,Spriut!field nnd Columbus.
ttST-Fourtrainseach way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Daytou and Cincinnati.
tL-Two tra;nse'Ch way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Indianapolis & Chicago.
With Sleeping and Reclining Chair Car
on Night Trains, and elfiant Parlor and
modern Day oachesonDay Trains.
Its track is laid with heavy Fteel rails,
thorouijhly balUsted, with easy grades and
few curves. Traversing as it does the heart
ofthe three great states of Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois, unilinc In close business re
lationship the capitiil cities oi the first and
second, with the second city ot tbe third,
and passing through a largeuumberof tbe
most importantcitiesand townai each,
and with all its central location makes it
The Shortest and Most Desirable
Konte between the Ea & West.
STThrough Tickets and Bagtrage Checks
to all principal points. North, East. Houtu
ami West, can be obtained at any Ticket
Office of the I. B. A: W. K'y, also via this
route at all railroad office? throughout the
counliy. Rates always as low as the low
est. Don't purchase 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.
rt Passenger Trains leave Columbus, at
follows: 9:30 a. m., 5:20 and 11:05 p. m.,
C. E. Henderson, Gen'I Slaaager H.U
Bronson, Gen'I Ttcki-t A-i't.
JAMES DeWOLF, Pass Ag't.
2G North High 8t.. Columbus, O
All telegrams wet e seat by Ox 'i'ams,
JVot Many Years
That had become Boiletl or Fuded.vrHs cast
aside; but now such goods can be re-lus-tred,
renovated or dyed and made as d
as new. That is our trade, and wa h.tve
just placed in our establishment New Ma
chinery, consisting of a
Cetrifugal Hydro Ex
tractor, A. Large Finiahias; Cylinder, a
Crape Shawl Frame and a
Steam Shawl rrees,
Ami a fall line of Steam Machinery and
wc are better prepared than eTertodo first
clas worlc. Ami we sha'l do none but the
best of work at a fair price.
llbinember, these are all facts end
don't make a mistake, but send all your
old .-ailed and Suited Clothing of any
Kind to the.
City Steam Dye House.
Branch will be Started in
Logan in September.
and get two dollar's worth for every dollar
yon naj us. Price list sent In any address.
May 10. ISU ly-
Ses noe and L-llies, paper. 10c; cloth i'ic.
Crown of Wild Olive, papir, 10c, clotli25e
Ethics ofthe Dnst,p-tper I0 clot'n '25c.
Si-sumeand I.lllles,Cro-vn of Wild Oilve
and Elhh'sot th Dust, iu one volume, lir.If
Russia, re-5 cdKes, 50c. iodoru P.iinters,
Stones of Venice, etc., in pieparatiou.
I, irue catiilocues iree.
JOHN II. ALDEN, Publisher, 18 Vesey St
New York. (Feb. 21, '81-4w
Columbus, Hocking Valley I Udz
Tho Shortest Koute Between
Taking Effect, May 18, ;
1 iospect .....
.A 40 a m 10 10 a m 5 IIS pm
12 0-) pm
12 10 ...
3 00... 10 30
Lv Columbus 750am 3 0.i pm 6 00 pm
.Lancaster 9 17 a m 4 S2 pm 7 21 pm
Logan 10 02 a in 5 18 pin 8 12 pm
.11 05 a in 6 30 pin 9 'JO pm
1 37 pm 8 39 prn .. .
.2 .12 pm 9 3 pin ...
4 20 nm 4 15 p m .
olUuin 5 09 pin ...
Lv Logan . .
Ar Uoluinbui .
7 05 am 7 05 pm 12 4opm
80 nm 8 17 pm 1 47 prn
... 9 12 :i n i 858 pm 232 pm
...10 30:uii 10 20 pm 3 55pm
'R:im 445 Mill 4 In nm '
T 57 tint 5 117 am 5 On nm I
.1 21 pm 6 02 urn 5.T2 inn .
...1 40 pm 6 22 am 5 52 pm
...2 20 pm 715!iin 6 45 pm ,
...2 40 pm 7 35 inn 7 05 pm
- 3 12 pm 8 05 nm 7 :! put ,
...4 pm 2.inm 9UI pin '
llirect oonsieottotis m-itli In Union D('-l-fitat
Columbus, for Newark, Zifiesville,
Plttsbun;, Wheeliim. Baltimore, W.isliin:
ton j nrt Pliilullphl:i; ,ilsi for U.ivton,
Cincinnati, Louisville and all points South
9ju'"lose eoniieotiniiK :it Toledo for De
troit anil nil points in Micbigau und Caii- !
W H HARIjllSON.Ooii'l Pas. Ag't.
Occupies a Hoora In the
vri'H' i nip
H H B ' w I 14 M &
aj . - m it. m. ,-a
IB 5 '11 'St?
'ekeepan splected Htm-k of leady
Boots and Shoes.
Custom Made Work a Specialty.
B6TABLI SUED Itf
THE OLD RELIABLE
II MESS SHOP
johi t. immm
would announce to the citizens of Lorn
and vicinity liiai he has ptucbased ihc
iiarno.sS, S irldles, Collars
of R. C.Sanderson aud will contlnne tbe
business at the old stand, where wi. be
found Saddles of every description fiom 5-5
toilf), Bul'jo Harness of all grades, pii-es
irom M to jaw. woric Harness, heavv and
IightfromS22to8t0; Collai-s of all kim's
fromSOctsso very be-t Wool Collai pll
npp.-r Leather for $2,50. Whips in end
less variety, largest stock of fine warrun
ted lialebone whips in the city.
Hames and Chains at low
n rices, Currv Combs and
Brushes. A good Comb
and Brush for 25c.
A large stoekof beantiful rinab Lap Robes.
A good assortment of Horse Covers and
Blankets. Very best Harness Oil at SI 0
peri:llon. I use the very host material
and employ none but skill'- -'r'nen.
Call and examine my stotk andprl-e ne
forepurchasiue;. All goods tully wa "ran
ted. Repairiui; promptly tiui.t. aimp in
Wright Block, opposite First liunk ot'Logun
J T BaNUEUSON.
The Board of School Examiners of Logaa
Village will hold regular meetings for the
Examination of applicants fer teachers'
On the Third Wednesday of Feb
ruary, April, June, August,
October and December,
at the office of the Saperlntendant, in tha
Uchoul Building of said Village, commen
cing at 10 o'clock, a. n.,of each day.
By order of Examiners,
J. H.;DYE, Preident.
A-H. WiLsos.CIerW. Jans 21"
P. a & St Louis R &
Pan Handle Route
Schedule in effect Jan. 14th, 1684. Tralnstie-
parttrom Lancaster, as follows:
Cin. Express 9:22 am
Mall . .. .... 4:37 pra
Washington Local Freight 4 17 a si
Qo4n E ist.
Cincinnati Express ... 4:22 pm
Above train rn dally except Sunday
N B The ime Kiven above Is Central
Standard Time which I28 minutes slower
Pullman Palace HIceplne mid Hotel Cars
attached to through trains on tic same
Hue PC i St 1. It il way run without
change, went bound to Indiana col I. St.
Louis and Uhicaxo; eastbunnd to Pitt-
buiK, HarrisburR. B-i!timire, Wnshingtoi.
Pniladelphia and few Yr!.
For Urn table, rates f fare, through
tickets and bagg."i;e checks and (ur.'lier in
lormation rec-rdiur the runulnv of train-.
apply to N. 8. VAiIpo'e, Ticket Ager.t,Lan-
JAS.McCRRA, E. A. TO RD.
Man.-mer. 6en. P.is t Titt. Atct
Columbu, O. PiltsburKh, P.i.
In ths Kellar Buildinsr.
Mr. John UiuT will - .a p nblic,
his meat.iip It Kl jr'.s 3-ii tta wltti h
klmisof the vry boat sua its. at roaionab
prices. Meats of all kindn outntlv o
hand. The'ilnhe-it price piid'or titont
tie, sheep and hogs. Jenuary3, 1S84 ly
yon THE MOUEY, U to bny at the Office.
It s.tes expense of commission nnd ix
pnse In traveling Irom house to houe.
You can just as well ssive auove expauars
as-yru can in burins? your dry soods.
Vhen you buy a .Doinesticor XewjHome
you i;et the best. All other m.ikej called
New Hinh -Vrm machines are imitations,
and none are their peers. The Domestic
and New Home have new styles of wood
work, nnd new sets of Attachments that
othersdnre not use. Come aud see foryour
selesaud you will be convinced thatthe
above is reliable, and if yon have n Domes
tic or New Home that has been in use from
10to20ye-irsdo not let them hnmbugyou
with their u-c.Hed new blati arm ma
chlnes.and trade you out oTit, which they
will try to do, but brins: your machines to
me and I will put In the new Domestic or
New Home Improvements, then you will
haveu better michlnc .and oae that will
last longer than the high arm imitation
ones, and aive your money and have the
best machine Iu the world.
esr-All kinds of machines and machinery
rep-iired In the best manner and a, reason
mI have 8 different styles of M.ichln-3
on nand. will h I will sell at low rates.
Cull und examiuathem.
Feb 21, '6i if Hjt Luia.
A Life-saying Present.
Mr. M. E, Allison, Hutchinson.
Kan., saved his life by a simple
T-ial Bottie of Dr. King's New
Discovery, for Consumption, which
caused him to procure a large hot
tie, that completely cured him, when
Doctors, change of climate, and
everything else had failed. Asthma.
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe
Coughs; and all Throat and Lun&r
diseases, it is guaranteed to cute
Trial Mottles free at F. Ilarringtoa's
Drug Store. L.trge size. $1 00.
Feb. 15, lyr.
mm CE3TRAL RAILROAD.
Time Card taking efiect May 11. '84
All 15 925
.A leziiiulriu .
Connect!onK:iremir.e:it fostoria wltli L
El W i.'y lor Fiiiillny, JLima, St M-irys.
Muiiciaiiil L.ifayette, Inil, Bioomiugton
IIl.,K.tn-as City and tit Louis.
At Bueyru.for nil uointson P F W & C
At I.everliiE forCrestlliif.t?lfvpl!inrt.nwi
i nil points on Columbus Divisions, of C CCA
At CemerburK for Mt Vernon, Clinton,
Akron and nil points on CiU V ACKM
At Bremen and New Lexington for Mut-
( nm, ijaiii .iMcr, A.'iiic4viiieanil atl points on
ion nf P U A St Louis K'y.
AL Junction City for Slmwnee and
iroimson atruitsvnie Jliv It & OK'd.
At Coluinbu connection it made at tln-
i is-1 is sSh i
',, V l Wlln r:,""-'oriinc!nii!iti, I,onis-vl,1y-.11,",,an-'PI's.
,j. andnij SoiUliein and Eastern cities,
ace w H Vaiidesritt, Sup't
G G HaUley, Gen'I Ticket Ag't
Tes ljumm Wmums'yimm
The Great Eastern Mutual Ufa Insursncs Co.
54 Losingtou St. Baltizaors City, HKL
ITiIb Compsny- pT ATX CLAIMS ?IU)2aPTX.Y aud IK y OIjIj, and haa the 03TLT
OMGINAIj LOW ASrtE2iSMENT PX.AS la Amsrlia. Over 5,000 BuIIelua written in
two yean, representing 5',f?0,cao.55 2nauraa. Its P!as3 boinp original, sre copy
righted, nd no atm'jAr fcatuxa exist IwJi9ra. PoIidiM ASS COOD, no matter wicn
catb. oceans, scd NO CLAIMS ARB COifrESTfaj, oxcopt ftr axia-papincst of dnca
tod fteeceamecU, after ?jllojj lMud. Ayutsil dtaisth mcjjasily represented
Company In thsTJnld SUs,3.iil.Taintt8iihcti hiJ'r4fsrK to MZO&erx. It issr.es
I4f or KBdotrsKcat 3PoMoi, and Is represented in. 30 SUtea. Paid-up Policies
Air aawwmenta are given members. Hfter two yoara, upon request. Send for titraultuv
flfeih Great Popnbur 7onI Ceaapaay. Mention this paper.
First-Glass Solicitors Wanted
Keeps constantly oa feuad tit
be sold at tho lowest i9ssible
Q? aai r9
We propose keeping pothins r.t the rerv est menu
those having fat cattle for ale will find it toYneir a raan
Xae to call and 6eeus before selling, as wa will p.ty t e
highestmarket price for choica cat: e.
We have just received new mninor r ,L-;r.
tit o na. au.-
:i5e, &e., and we
Cartor? n. promotes Digestion
and overcomes .Flatulency, Ouaiupa
tion, Sour Stomach, Disirhoea, and
Feveriahnesa. It insures health and
natural sleep, -without morphine.
I rncommead it aa EuctKior to aay preeenptiaa
known to me." H. A. AAsaaa, il. C,
Se Portland Are., Brooklyn, N. T.
tism, Sprains, Burns, Galla, c-lflie moat PowerralssdPeno
trtttiug Paln-relievinff amd Heuliny Heoietly knofvm to man. '
(Cf'.'!irf frr Uil Kivivj
Jfotir Watch Cases i3 :
A ylsia of sou ? !: 2--.C i
fine ia ookhrsd suvm i..--.f j.
hard nickel OBvpvdJ.-', s. ..
;i v .
tlireo are ksn 'aiz'.ei a-s-j u,.iz
itsel rc-l:iw. 3"ro irk pife t!:o rtrictia
&? cut sr.'l xhayyl J diw Ksvd fciraer?.
The ga!'! w tbi eiiona is adntit of -i
kind of chsAtfij ec2rari&-, RI vr-Ji.v-
tummc. Thi cocijoiiu.'S. Uic-.-! $'-'" s
necJcd brtnv;&, zf.Jntv. wi i-'.'y, sl-Jjt
the wriKes j-uaraau-i of K.e Sizax. '.z.-f.-n -.'
ttarranit-j e.ch cms to ms-.v j--. :
proves tii: it contxiza cJi iiis $ ).; t1 -t
can piixibly he iwoJci. Ti .5-.Krx-iu c
is jiven from &izud rt&Us, as ie-.-.y f
thcaa cilmj have bc-Kfwvns pa?Si -'"
by yesra of ua without yArinc- 'Jirc; -
the gold. Errssat-t.Tv.lv.i-.ii.j-v
I hToavd oaief jct Jxjuw 5 irA .". '
Cui for v otsc y-. I 'iwoAl n a.v.d ' -. '
aad ii&vof lu sjitiss s i3frjL VvTw-i i! -bcl
do ai lcc ioT i.:tjr. ! ii5 ivi .'ix l.
yuu lesar. Did art smi. s "-j . .'O.. -
uatll o InJca!i5d by ft 3esl & .. Ur-i -I
Bict A.-fally icccucsai ytuc 11 tj ic i
Bir r TjTt3ixi to Vs. s.i J siJ.
O. JfcCSAWST, B9. C - -V-. '" ;
ti I - S-J Syu. V.UJ s IVi, rrJV.-
u.Ui, p, Ut '..-. m.-iwui rtv.i .'. , ..'
Wbights Indian Veqetasle Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
Safe to take, being purely vegetable: nognp-
Bg. meeaocjs. au xrucsaaia.
100 A ores
of cnofl Fa:rfi'lil
:i (ipilruble nmt lienltny
location, ten ncres ofcooci timber, situiitt-U
on the Iitncnvter & Wiiiclietcriikf, one
ami one-lialf miles ironi Cairoll.aiiil two
and one-linlf mil! troni HnoKeiV St:.tion.
Cliurt-li within one-iouith mile, Seliool one
balfmile. well wiitfietl by tcootl Nprine-,
flue youii!; Orcli:.rl.:inl good improe
nients. Pri ejtO j er Here.
Forfurtlieri: rli-utr- irqnire of
JOHN W. WllUS.fnrroll.O.
Or C. H. IiUEKilAUS, Logan, O.
3Iay 13, 1SS1 Zva
V5i?i 55 71
ss: r fee
SkS 5i?.. R -a' f:4 t,3 3 H
r W? .
Xa oempoaed of litcbl uc ! .w.l.viwi.i jrvi.
ei,-T-hicajrrnias t3ic iwtBjo ti.i
Iisagt, cipcctott.t tj-. aa;kl vDo-v
taat uoilucu 1.1 tuc ijrascSil ii.irJ-TtJ s
SVOthvlus contlMV, vlisr -rUoTit-j Siia 2c
riictloiiT tliac c--4U.-i.-3 15j- tjoju. 2i Jr;.f-i
tlrclunr; efil impjituv.'. e f-fr jJio-
tbectvvlien e!tfi-Sii-i h is.t.:.itiY-5 .
etas the circulation f j iici, so-i tr..i, 1
aerroue Bystr a. Mtttcn.'A' iTtic3 tv.
tsmumptian. 3tla Jr.jirJ.:s"'jo:r-'jI' '
tiieni. Aiiflx tlio resit J- j.iuuv.:! k
tectof twi-ity yirir-i .nr-vtn:. tS.a --rzl.n -J i
no reraetly Ii5 ev:r b?rs ? vltSx;jn- -
prompt in 1 tff kiT-llTS EJ;5Tir?AJ '
A. (ingle dan rals tl? j.:iirj:x,a.c.t'
i:ifl iiaaation, ai itn nte ."1J lv prs-' tir zv
obinat; ea'iph. A -i e.sjr-.t v J&1, ei.i
drcn tMitf it reIHy. i"..' Cvmy 5i lr.
Invaluable -n t nht ? H.- 'n frvr f-.mly.
j zw.rai 'i zi'i4iip.
War ijsji 1 i
ir S g
Lnrt.' tr:;.; r.-' ;-., !
0lGkHatlc: ,z:ii-x t .i
Uon.Rhenoii.-w-. IT.., Iv!
tlie Uerf, litcl-t-p. 0-r'.W
femttls IifTe'nlr.ri.'jgrf. lf j.
erywel!,''Kiii!iill"f l'l.ri-j. 1
ItODweh.rc.itori 1 fi n nrr it. .-niw r'-r.- tn
rtm. Prlcr.a.t-: :t.- 1li:r-nv.M X.
WnlTE fGS IlilTS HAdUHl FSCi.-tS
uiKuAiivi t xvrx iua-Aiu.
win sraar.intessatisf ictiun"
What civea oar Children rosy eaeeka,
What eures their fevers, raxiis tuana sJp-t ;
When babies fret aad cry byturas.
What cures their colic, kills tielr irern.
What piioklT earee Couatjpatioa,
gour Stoxaacn, Colds, Indigeedan.
1 Tarewell taea to Xerpblne Syrsapa,
uuur ui uui jrarasonc, ana
sbsolHie cvo far KbeczKn-
D, J. CEESAP
Kavomblj inown to this coai::
one 01 tbe best
in tlie Stnte, lias opened a Merchaut Tail
oring Shop Iu tlieSpyby bnildlnxand will
kbep on bund the best and lutet styles of
and -trill mako
Suits io Order-
oitsllort notice. Call and see hiastock of
ft- A r-?-
i 4k y ir UU
of tlie l-itest styles, anil ieuru the rut -wniuli
ttey :ri iurnUhed. Perleet
Fits guat unload.
BOCKLKNd ARNICA SALVE
The Kest S Ive n thenothi tin
(uts, Bruies, iiores. Ulcere. Suit
Klieutn. Ff ver Nres. Ttttur, Cltnj
p d Ilaiuis. Chilblains, Corns, ;m
all Skin Eruptions and positively
cures P Iss or nt pay required.
It is guaranteed to give gtitistnution.
or money- refunded Price 25 cents
per box. " For Sale by K. liarriiig
ton. rauyS- ly.
To Bs-idgB Builders.
Notice is hereby given that sealed pro
posals -.111 be ri-i-eiv..d for th buiMins 01
nn Iron Krliie across QiiterCrt-rk.in Be -ton
township. HieI.ii.couity,Ubio, near
isiutb.llloomitig iile, on
Kik!:i. Sejili iiiI.it 2btli. IS8!
at 1 o'clock, p. m., at the office of the Coun
ty Auditor, Loan.Ohio.
S.iiii Bridge to be 3 ft-etin length, SO feet
bet'tn :ihntni(-nl.. 110 lbs. to thf-.square
toot, with a 14 fttrt Koadway.
The Comniihsiotivis re.-erve the riijlit to
reiei t any or all bids.
lly onfer 01 Coiutnissioiifrs of Hocking
WM. M. BOW EN.
S"pt.-1 4w County Auditor.
a n ? 1 a ? asssm
- . -f '."" '' 1 'JIJUnNHlHi
s; fi ns .-. .--- r'ufzasa
? r: . ?: :ivi .iiiyjs
j "zo.s: .. &
V" cv j -u i J "'"d,
S -. v A A v j ?i
:'TTVrmTlfJki$ Sii.''Slk w JOI
.JXT T. 11 vV" - . -1
r o. a -vii . . t . ,4 m . .:
ss-i s i .. ) - " t I a ' VI 1 1
M 3 &-
WWW&&-vr3 IS ! v
No otier cusplaniU are to ia&ioas in their
attack as thoes zSeeiiag Ue Uiruat and Iiuiac
liono o trifled -with by the .'tajority of saffer- -ers.
Tlie orUcory m1 osr cola. resnlti.eg'l
perhaffi from a lriiag or luieoaaeicaa as-
posure, is ef ten bat tbe Itagiiming of a total
sickBose. Aran's duiss.Y Pbvctojlax. has
well proren its effiaaey ia for!y years ftgkC
wita Utroat and lung (Uaaasc, ana. aheala bo
Uk ia all eaacti v;i.aut dsiay.
ATonrikle Cv&i Cax&.
"In 1S37I took a noe ore-sold, -rtieaslfeeos
niIit alter nijptl witkoBt sloef- lie doeteaa
gave aie uj. 1 trft Atkk's Cmr.n.fir Pao
toeal, ihkii reliwved toy lungs, irinaert
slaep. and afforitod me the xet aeceeaary
tor tbe reoovjy of ntj ateonfta. By tim
eoiitiunsd we v tbe sctoxui. a perma
nent care was ciic:i. I aai now Gl years
old, Iiate acrt huuty, aai aat gaiit&ai jour
Cuxjutv Pjscxozax. aaved xne.
Koeiiugkaa. Vt Jury 15, lots.
Cromp. A He!h(s
" YThile in tie country Isstirinter lay litle
boy. three yours old, taJuu Ul -with croup;
it Memod su; IX bo -could iis frara atrangn
UUon. Oue of tbe faatuy nesfcrtail the use
of Ater' OiiEasr ircTOCAL, & bottle cf
which tzm z:v.y iept ia lite Lease. This.
Iras tried in satiil sjud frequent dceee, tatii
to osr delimit in itxa titza itzit an liour fbm
little petxuic was brsliuis eaily. "Bie (Joe
tor a:d tbat tbe CllEKJtT TZcTOBAI. bad
tavd my daWiug's life. Can you reader atl
oar gratitude T tilueaely yours,
Has. yan Gjaonrr."
159 Y.'et 125ti St., Kew Xork, Maris, ISO.
"I have wsd A tie's Ohskkt Psctosai.
in my fauiilv for several years, ami Jo sot
besitate to prouousee it tite swat egin fit
remedy fer eoog&s ssti eols e iote txtw
lake Crystal. Himu, 3IatiU 15, M8C
' I nan" eraJ fer ejt yean f wa BresaUUa
and after trying vouir roaodits with, do aae
aese, 1 -was earod by tlie ee Sf Atbc'S ftnrati-
KV ilCTOCAZ. AOJHTH W Ifn."
Bybalia, Kito., April 5, 1C
"icanBots&yeBosiiB jeaise of ATmte
Cmcrst PccrvXTLiX, beeatiap aa I da tkat
but tor its use I zitoDld long &oc fcave Sie4
from lasts trcmcKOS. . 1
Palestine, lesw, Arcil 22, US&.
JT o awe of aa afleetfra af e
by tae aae of Avas'a Oasaarr Facraux
aa4 it vill lwmnt aare whan the
rot already beycad Ute ecaraToC
Df . J. C. Ayer 4Co.f UwtU,
should be tataas t ueenae &ai is i
silver tiu-ocjtoct. Tke i
sT:vtX-viKs is maiiecacwiij,ifwitiaiilmijwn
as ck-.ta, tviuch is s vary poor gwIutituU
- alvcr, as k tens Waekkt a dkattibae.
L.s of 8&uk aaaes are lsade sisfltk
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