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title: 'The Hocking sentinel. (Logan, Ohio) 1871-1906, February 24, 1887, Image 4',
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v Scrs to ?Iarry"an'l '.
Tho end of s. tt-on.r.n. ii to many and
raiso u a family. She str.rts out ia
this direction whyn she c.irrlcs a doll in
childliood. 1'onr girl who leaves honRj
iiad jpes out for herselt does eo because
ho his railed lo find (ho man sho wants
to marry. By and by siie docs find him,
and rrhen she docs she drop3 everything
and goes v.'ith him. Sho stops short in
her music her aclir.jr, her art, her litera
ture, or whatever it is, becausa after all
her instinct tells her to many and she
follows her instinct instead of her rca
json. A msn can rciny and go ahead in
the particular pursuit or profession ha
Lad chosen, but tho woman stops and
subjects everything to the one duty of
wifehood. That is tho reason women
do not succeed as well a3 men. Tcey
fall short. Grant all this for the sake
cf argument. Admit that it IS tiio
mission of Troman to marry and raise
Up a family. Bet I am now writing
about tlic exceptions. There are excep
tions to all classes, all rules, all theories
and all philosophies! ilosl women do
marry young, and that is right. That
is as far as most of them want to get.
They are fitted for this sort of life and
have no desire or fitness for another.
But are you goiug to make one kind
of a girl do this when it is a strait-jacket
and an abomination to her? In other
words, is she. to marry iiruply for the J
kikc ot marrying, ana "settle down'
simply for the s:iko of settling down?
Why not allow her to follow her natural
bent as well as tLe vounir man? True.
she may. as my objector says, find soniu
man w'hilo herself following a success
ful career whom she will love and whom
sho will marry, tin:-, cutting short a work
that might otherwise have boen rounded
and made complete. True, women are
as completely successful as men in the
more independent pursuits ot li- But
the point which I wish to make clear
and emphatic js that society, and the
woman herself, and the man she marries,
end aii directly or remotely concerned,
arc the better "for her having done even
something for herrclf, however little.
I repeat that the self-reliant woman
is a civllizcr. The buy world is im
proved by her having been a participa
tor. Her words are gentle and kind,
and her presence is a restraint to the
headlong impetuosity of men. Even
though .she may not remain long with
nsicgie, lot us be thankful that ehc
has come at all. If the falls in love and
marries, even at the sacrifice cf an in
dependent career, her life after all Is
not in vain. Eer own views have been
broadened, her sympathies have bejn
deepened, her capacity for employment
made greater, and her scopo for useful-
ness widened. I say again and again,
Jet the ambitions girl see what phe can
lc Jor herself. tf ;:' Journal.
Tho farmers of Arizona, in digging
-iaeir irrigation canals, find themselves
mere imitators, on a small scale, of tha
nnknown people who once occupied tho
The massive iron chest in whicL the
manuscript-of Domesday Book was for
nicrlv kept is still preserved in the Brit
ish dfiice cf Public Kecords, and it will
be sji object of curiosity at tho coining 1
ceJebrafcon of tuo SiMui iwniesuay an
niversary. David Tyson, a Clay County Geor
gian, wishing to move and" having no
msans but a Iwc-ox wagon and ono
steer, voked himself alonride of the
leer and did his part in pulling a load J
ci 1,000 pounds over seventeen miles ct
Tho number of insane persons in the
asylums aud almshouses of New York
K.'.tnicrrrrr.ffrr-trrllinn ik xr.il '
2 " ", .fa . ,
avo vcars aero. Tins increase comes al-,
t ZiJX .7 ;! toned subject f6r a lecture than provis
lh fy ? e "L ioaa."-lfiM.WMton Critic
sane men and women
to this country
a. Magoos, Prcs't. & Manager. D. White, Sec'y. & Treas.
Logan Manufacturing Company,
JlanufJCtnrcroCand Wholesalonnd Hotall Dealers lu all Uladsor
Contractors, Builders, Undertahers and Jobbers of Uudertating
Goods. Ve make
rSa-Atid keep consLinfly on hand Lumbc-r, Shingles, Doors, Lath'
"Wood Mantles. Blinds and Sash. Wo have in the past and
are prepared now to turn out Bar Fixtures that will
compare favorably with (ho workmanship
of any Shop in'Ohio.
BS.W9 Invite an Inspection ofonr Work by tliepnhlle and cannot bo bcaton prices
es-Maln Office nnl Sate ltooui oc Jtalu Strest t'cionr on East Front Street.!
iogan, April l, 1SS5 lj-
Kov that It. W. Chamberlain
Jewelry from the room two dorrs east of the Kempe! House, I havo
refilled tho place and large increased my stocky of Goods and will
hereafter occupy tho room alone.
I keep constantly on hand a large and complete stoek
ce "P tc 'G ccd s. Beadv-made
VViiie and Colored ,S H IJITS,
13S, sta, Caps, Trunks,
r.Ily kept in a first class store. Yino
Is made a specialty, and being ur.d r my per ervisiq;;, 1
can alwaysinsure perfect Mis to all wy curlomers. and a:l Cloihin
mado at my establishment is warranted strict! first class, and al
Sock Bottom Prices. Call and examine styles and prices before
purchasing. Albert 33ccker.
September 9 So
mm m m
fctockod -V7ith a full and
Pancy Groceries and
t Price is paid for
znd all goods sent out gunrar.teerl to bo as represented'
A cordial invitation is extended to tho public to call
.and examine goods and prices.
.JigiCjov. I Sni.
Tha conception of the sculptor pre
sents to us a full-grown giant, with a
strong but intellectual and beardless
face, rather Human than Ureck, and dis
tinctly not of iccognizcd barbaric type.
He ha jmt set foot, in advance of" his
companion, njoii an nnl.noTrn shore,
where he stands, sailor-fashion, with his
legs foiiewhal nj.art, but firmly poised
upon his lcif, in the nttitudc of" one ca
girly ecassr.ng the distance. Use left
.anil ohade tho eye.; the right, roting
apan hi hip, holds a sigiiai horn.
bravely bedecked v.ith Run:-: device
like a driiikisig-cup of the Skalds. Ko
is clad hi it shcrt, sleeveless jerkin, or
coat of scalo armor, closely fitting
around the. hips, and adorned with two
round bossed plates nnoa the breasts.
Beneath it n linen tunic descends half
way down the thighs. lie wears a dec
orated belt and a sheathed dagger at
his waist Upoa his long, shaggy locks
is set a small," round cap of steel. Tho
powerful arms aro bare, and tho skin
tight lcgglng3 reveal the strong anato
my of ttic lower limbs. Upon 'the feet
are shoes, apparently of slashed leather,
and the lcg3 are not crosa-gartered.
The general expression of the figure is
one of alert and vigorous manhood;
it is modeled oa a heroic scale, and
posed like one who pauses for a moment
and for a definite purpose in tho midst
of an activo career. Leif, however, is
portrayed as a man of thought as well
as of action; in the whole conception of
him there is not onlv more of civiliza
tion than barbarism, but more of classic
than romantic sentiment.
It is evident that upon this fundamen
tal point the sculptor U ready to taka
issue with thoso who conceive that out
of Scandinavia, in tho teeth century,
nothing better could issue than manly
virtue of a brutal sort, cud a very sav
age anil co.irse-iiurcd energy.
According to the Sagas, ileif Erikson
was a prince, son of Erik the Red, Jarl
of Norway. It may bo fairly assumed
that this crude court had received somo
reflection, however faint, from the civil
ization of tha south. It was four or
five centuries befoic the era of Lcif
when the hordes from this "northern
hive" overran tho Roman Empire, and
his own ancestors may have'occupicd
the Palatine among the conquerors.
Fired bv the narrative of Bjame, who
in 9S5 first visited the coast of North
America, he set out with thirty-five men
in the year 1000, and discovered Labra
dor and Vinisnd. A few years later he
was sent to Greenland to spread Chris
tianity among the Ncrsa settlements.
He is described by the Sagas as "a
great and strong man, grave and well
lavored, therewith sensible and moder
ate in all things." No act of piracy or
rapine is recorded of him.
Upon the basis of these records, it
would seem that the artist is historical
ly justified in associating a certain de
gree of intellectual and moral force, if
not of actual refinement, with the pro
per physical characteristics of her semi
barbaric hero. Tho burden of proof
lies with these who are disposed to tpl
fv the reputed discoverer of Massachu
setts .Bay and the isiaud of Nantucket
and -uartila s Viucvaru as a .Hun or
Goth of the third century. Henry Van
Jjruiu t:: J:t:ic-dUanttc
The ladies were Giving a small coarso
of biographical lectures at private
houses and they interviewed a senator
for tho use of his houso for tho next
one- "What is to bo tho subject? - ho
inquired. "Bacon," was tho reply of
tho lady in charjrq. "Uni urn," ho
hesitated. "Certaicly you may havo the
. a-.-n jt.t t 1inii.-,ki lit- 1 1- rniiic (n -rvrt
uao ". " .-""-"! """ ;- --'"
.you mijrnt nave selected a more nigu-
; , ..?. ... ,. ,.,. .t S.
eMisg sa peiaM-y;
has "removed his stoclc of
Collars, CulTs, ITeck-
Valises, and everythingusu
corapiets hue of Staple
cktsussjics cait 22 cvsjh
rcctics and Ticala ili3 Kc-iraas of
tho a.ik.5, innate-' end p-J- ones r-v
tho dieses', nr.a r.rt-VB.113 the rosin
CVTiltJ rv.d fiw tUjlitac-.. &ro3 uvs
chi-; v-'ciclt accociTjsr.j' 1:. Col
ECfilFTlLW 13 no- --i i:i"r;0ie -Jr
si-.. IIAIiVa BAIoAM -;r2i ejro
Sc rro:i th-sa prcrosrlori-il eii
tails. Price S"ici"., .". ci. r.Ji! fl.Sw.
. V ." r! . - T-r c.,-
Sfei fihhro' Baufe
SOUTH and SOUTH.
eSTHiis Great Throush Eouto
JS I1UW VjUIIipittlt-U UI1U ill ' uii
Operation, running through Pas
senger Trains daily, as follows :
a.TlTC8aol!d trains each way between
ESTwo trains each way between Colum
BSTTwo trains each wny between San
dusky, Indianapolis 1'cotiaand Decatur.
ea-Xwo trains each way b?tjveen San
duskv. Dayton and Uluclnnati.
nThrcetrain-nacii day between San
?l.Twotra;riscach n-ay between Colum-bns.5rirlncflld,Iiidlanapo!UAt;iiIcrso-
With Slccjilngand nccllnir.?C!i3lrCarS
on NIsiitTrnIns.amt elrcnut l'nrlor and
modern n-iy i o.clionnii.iy irnnis.
Its track is laid witii Jie.ivy steel rails,
thoroughly bnllasti-d, with casv pradesand
few curves. Traveislnpasitdoctlieliart
ofthetrirpaBreatstafesor Ohio, Indiana,
and Illincls. nnltins In close business re
lationship the capital citicsoi the first and
second, with the Bncond city ot the third,
and pas.st;i5 thronsh alarKenumberorthe
mostimportTntcltirsatul townsjn each
and with all its eciitrnl location makes
The Shortest nutl Most Desirable
Iloute bet-.Tecu the East & West
C3TiirouRhTicJ.etsacd Bapsnsrc Check
to oil principal points. ?ortli, Kast. South
aud West, cm he obtained at any Ticket
Office or tho I. 11. J: V. I'.'y. aio via tills
route at ell railroad oiilcc.- throughout the
country. Kates always ps low as tbclow
est. Don't purchase tickets to any point
without flrt consulting the agent.; of the
emigrants. Iind and Tourist Tickets to
U ooint-s reached byany line.
wi-Pav-criKer Trains lcave Cnlnmlius.ns
follows: fl:30 .a.m., I0 and 115 p. m.,
C. K.UendcrKon.Gen'I Manager II. 31
Eroascn.Uenl Ticket Ag't.
lAMrJS HcW'OIiF, TassAg'
20 Kortii Illsth St.. Columbus
oaf V- li.
oobes all mm
IsuiluO &ul msvti3t
from a coanaon Hlotci, or Evnpslon,
to the Trorst Scrolnla. Snlt-rlicusn,
"Fecr-bores, Scaly or riougliSUIii,
in short, nil diseases caused by bad blood aio
conquered by this powerful? purifrfc.-, and
liiviiroratinfr lncoicine. Groat r:a:!iir Ul
f cr ranidly hcul under its "ocnisn iaSusuce.
iCedaJlv llJlH it m.inifrtitiM l-a ttirv in
I -'C r.r
ami S-.velliiirrs. illn-Joint Bisrcti-
XVlitte bxrciSS:isc, o!:r, os: 'i'lilcu
Seek, and J:uiarsea G:n:ids. Eend tea
cents in stamps for a lante tri-aticC, Trith col
ored platei, cu fiiin Diseases, or tho same
aniouat for at real ! en Porotuloii3.4lTcct!one.
'TIIK BLOeQ 23 'Ji: .3Ii:.
Thoroustilv clf-iase it by tisuis Er. ierce'a
fiolilcti Medical Sieco-i cry, and Rood
(Ugettiou, a fsir atii!!. buojnnt bpSr
itt, vital fctreujrlK, a:iil coiiudnetis o?
coiistituiioi:, ,iU bo etttahca.
wbie'i ia ScrofIcas Elfcnsa ci tiio
Z.nuzs, Is prorai tly and cvrtainh- MTf-Rted
and cured by this fiod-piven remedy, if takes
fcefcre t ho last Eiajri-s ot the diseasu ara rescbed,
l'rom its T7onderfuI power over tbls xcttPJ't
fatal disease, visa fcrrt ctr-jrinjr ttis cov7 cc
etr.tcJ remedy to the ruUir. Dr. l'lracs
thouslit oericuely of csltinj it hi3 "Con
eosu! ton Cure," batriiandoccd that natne
E3 too Jiir.itwl for a nitcienie vLieh, fron' its
wonderful com'olnr.tlon of tonic orstxcnttl-cn-inff,
pectoi al, and nutril ire r.rt,p.:rt:er i; nncoualcd,
not oa!y as a remtdj-foe cwuanijtioaof tiie
lac, bet for all
If you feel dull, drmrsv, 5cV.i!taUrt, izrt
aallo-v color cf et.i.:, or yiJowteh-fcrowii er-oU
on fac? or body, frvjiiv,a licaOiicne or cizz
cei-v b-td testo ia cioutii, intir:;il bett c- cbilli
aiteniatinfr t-.-itli hot li.oriic. lo-r rpbiU and
Cloomy iRircbodinKS, iiTesuIar sni-elite, and
coated tGusrno. yo-i ai o cuSrrli-B froi' 5 jta J
Ecctloit.KvsjwjKis, nnd t7orlIl Zjl-jor,
cr "5ii35orifiiicx.' la iscay csr.cb only
psrt of tiiesu s.vinptr.r.is i-r:) c-x-iiUncdl. A3
a rvmedy fur all su.-h cr.i-c, 5rr. i'lri-cc'j
j Z 3F J .
;:oico:i Jiedlcal iIscTorv brs no
rcrXVcsI: laip, SpHtlua: 01 SSoeJ,
Shortness ul tiviitli, froi:c?-it.5,
Soi-ero :ai!;!is Cnus-iriui-tlon, i.ad
kindred cif-.-ciloi:-'. it i u soitielpn ivasjy.
&ena ten cents 1:1 j-tanir.'' lor Dr. I'l-Tae's
book cu Cinsursi-Hoa.
so:a ir Krc-i-jis:
i silUr- sJS.UU, S'Olt
V'rJ'j's Rir!nre K'fol ?,'!;.i5l-5:!i
ri-OFrictors, K3 Muni S: EurrAro, Ii.il
AKTr-BIOJTS ami C-VTKAUXIO.
Cold by BrucK'sS- 15 cents a ltd.
i WM BE
K&&1 i3 offered by the rropricton
Sf t&2Si1 cf LT. Ssse'3 C-tsrrh ftcceuy
t7 1'-fSiK foracaseofcitnrrhwhichth?7
R'f ' ifi ecrnot cure.
F-t i-a If you liavo n dlccbanre from
iwS. & l!1 nose. oLessi
,5ive or otcc.
wire, pfirtid loss of ameil.taite.
or prcnuro In bea-t. yon have Catarrh. TLou-
cand3 of cases terminate in eonciirnptin:!.
Iir. Safe's CATAnmi Itrar.nr cni-es thn tvorst
c-Lscarif CaInrr!i,"CoI(J lu llto ISCfi."
cd Carr!8l Iaoclio. K sen.
TBT' 1 J-T VyJ
S3 Cs K It-CJS J..-i "5ST--
Hoar.c.iis Asthma. Crcsr-;
Wlieonirj; Cocc:h, la-uotra, and s.!J
"M.-iinn-Oa 7?i.tiir:rCr:-aE5. It
h r Ts -?-, -,. Hi? rtfft H s Ay
re v Vfja tifl q w i w- tLB
BmMl ZBf&tiR&m Our Giddy Girls Abroad
Vill.ictjwlll hold ri'culnr mectincs fur the
Ilxauiiiiatlon of applicants fur teachers
On the Third "Wednesday of Feb
ruary, April, June. August,
October and December,
ntthootriceof the Superintends!! t,"lu tha
School Ituildinc ols.lid Village, commen
clugat lOo'clocl;, a. n.,nfcac lay.
wm u wmmd
BOOTS & SHOES
And Latest Stj'lcs of Mens', La
dies and Childrens' Shoes.
Boots and Shoes
For every Day Work; Also Light,
Ele-rant, Fashionable for Gents'
Ladies, Misses and Children.
Thebc:ta"!Sortmcnt ofeny Store In Lo-
can. iliechcapest prices and the mostrc
Boots, Shoes and Slippers Ee
ThebrslShofmnkcrsof I.nan nreepi
ployej and "vor't made promptlv to opJer.
The" public has my tiiculcs forlihcral
custom. cad arejuvlted to continue their
?.itronas9 J SO. K. ItAUCll.
TOLEDO EM OHIOJEKTRAL R. R. CC
TIME CARD TAKING EFFECT JAN.
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Detroit, Toledo, Bncyrns. Cclum
Athens, 2Ii!il!cpnrt. l't.Flcasa
Cticrlsiou, W I Ya-Riclinioad,
Throuuli ticl;i-t on sale. n?eang. check
ed throu;!i M ditln.iti-in. ffS-Spedal In
ducements ofVicJ oa throush business.
J. M. FERRIis' T. M. PIinr-AIt
Gtn'l Manaser. Snp't.
'iiii'I Tii-Ket Accnt.
The Bust Saive in the world lor
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, "Uk-ars, Salt
iJiieuni, Fever Sores. Tttter, Chnp
petl Ilttnds, Cliilhlains Corns, and
oli Skin eruptions, and positively
cures Piles, or r.o pay required. It
i-3 stiar.intted to give, perieet salla
Hietion, or money lefmulcd. Trfee
25 cents pet box. For sale by F.
AllhocEh mncb b fa!d nboat tho lirrcr
tonco ofa blood parifyiBS nitdicinr, it nuy S3
poMiWa that llie sabject hns nercr f crio3ly
.e'-iimvil jour ztteat'o::. Tlii-ih vfit wv!
AJaiofli every person tas some form of scrof
nloas poison lateDt in his veins. 'When this
dsTfloj-s iu Scrofulona Sorer, TJlccrs, or
JCrnptioaB, or in the form of Rhcnmati3iu9
or Organic Diwaies, tho rufff ririR that ci
nes is tcrrilile. Hence the gratitude of thoso
!Lo discover, ss tbo-xeds JcrJi do, tin;
r Ayer's Sarsaparilla
vill thoroagaly eradicate thia evil from tho
As veil errect Ufa -wlthont Mr ta health
srithout pure blood. Cloanso tbs Llsod witb
Bold by all Druggist ; 51, Eii bottles for Vi.j
RODEBAUGH & SKiLES,
li. Pension Claim km
Room , Vosloy Clock, Cotunibus, O
Prmion. Clilnis for lUk F.i. Cuninntla-ion oi
!tufl-ti4. sii-1 llotiiitr iimrnrt-I : : i..i f.-r s-!lnr- l-
lh- V.ar will, Mexico. Ilirren!- fiT i'cxjslym i
1 si-ecl.ilty. Currcspun'Tscc -ul-iitiJ.
rhou'd bo your crowning glory. Aver's
Ilasr Vigor will restore the Tltnlitr nail j
co!or o' youth to hair that has become '
thin au.l faded; anil, where the ghunb ere j
not dccayctl or aburbtd, nlll cause a ncxr
growth an bald beads.
wj- n ijj" the ro'Jtliful color and Tlsor '
1S&JX 3, of the liair be preien cd to old
age? Head tht; foiiowinj, from 3Irs. C.
Norton, Somcrrili, Ias. : "I have ujed
Ayrr'a Hair Vigor for t!i3 past 33 jetrB;
and, altho-jga I -ro. upwards of 60, toy
hair is r.s abtinJast and glossy to-day 33
-jvl.cn I was 25.''
J "5? asjm-,;tl,!'st R ,r's' -Oyer's Hair
Xl Vfeor will convince you ci in
powers. Mrs. ?f. K. Gofl", Lcadvii'e, Coi.,
v.-ritcs: '-Two yean ago, ray lutr astir-::
aimost entirely fiicn out, I comratneed
ti.e use of .Ayer".? Hair Yfeor. To-day my
biir is 23 inche Isay, lice, Etros-r, and
by the usa of
Ayor's Hair Vigor, the bair regains Its
youthful color and vitality- Iter. II. P.
Williamson, Davidson College, Jlccllcn
bnrs Co., IT. C, writes: "I tavo u?cd
Aycr'a H.dr Vigor for tho Isst ten yesra.
It ij 3 excellent preservative."
p-jp tha usa of Aycr'a Hair Vigor, Geo.
5 A. Diduian, "Waterloo, ilo., bid
his hiir restored to Its original healthy
condition. lie wa3 ne?rly bald, ar.d very
gray. Ha wiites: " Only four bottlc3 of
the Vigor were required to restore my
hair to It youthful color and quantity."
TT&TZZif Avsi'sHalr Vigor cures dla
U&iLlMtr cises-of the scalp. F. II.
FoUer, Princeton, InJ., writes: "I bad
been troubled for year? with a diiCRfc of
tha scalp ; my head was covered with dan
druff, and lbs hair dry an J harsh. Aycr's
Kair Vi;or cava mo Immediate relief,
c!c:ar?d tbe eealp, and reedcred tho hair
pof t ar.d pliable."
s ffefr iqoi
Dr. J. C. Ayr i. Cs , Lowdl, Kua., 17. 3. A.
For ls by nil Druggist.
&UHIO R Y.
In Efifcct Kov. 29ilt ISSG.
COKXING and COLTJil-
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: 105s: 1127:
: 1103: 1133:
: 11 10. 1 05:
Coluciuas Lcave -I'oriih'y.........
Cbauuo.'- ..... .
C. '.V. .sD.lt. It
! lycville ......
Addison . . .....
I't. Pleasant O
G Jllipolls i
: 7 30
: 11 13
: II 19
: II 50
Charlctou. ....... ..
Pasjenccrs leaving Charleston nt 7.-C0a.
m.. transfer ot I't. Pleasant, 0.,to (3 II V
iIRy f.irUallipolis and Cincinnati, O.;
at Athens. Tor C it V JfcT It'y f..r Colum
bus and the Northwest, and CV&D, lor
tli- Ki-st, ni'.dnt CornlnstoTi O O for
Columbus, the Northecst andtho North
west. Train leavins Ch irleston at l:Jjp. ra..
mn&csrhna connection at Columbui for all
points Uasi. Vy-ct,Nortli and South.
Throujrh Tickets and 15-ijgaie checked to
r.nv points In United State.
lor further info. million, address or ap
ply to J. II. EaniEliiw, General i.mli;r.int
Agent, Mlddleport. O., Pt. I'icasant, W. Vc.
GEO. J. nRMLlCH. Uen'l.Man
Gcn'l fc'r't and Past. Accnt.
THE VERDICT UNANIMOUS.
W. D. Suit, Druu-rist, Bippns, In3.,
testiGes": I can recommend Electric bit-tt-ras
the Tory best remedy, livery bot
tle sold has given relief in every case.
A man took six bottles and was cured
of Rheumatism of 10 years' stondinj.
Abraham Hare, drupsist. Uellville, O
afiirms:Tiie best sellinjr me Heine I
have ever handled in ray 20ypari' ex
perience, i: Electric Bitters. Thcus
nuns of others have added their tesl:
mony. so that the verdict is uuaiiimo s
that Kleclrie Bitters do cure all disc- -es
of the liver, kidneys or blood- Only
half a dollar c bottle at i". Harriugton'3
Cads even body fecllaj dull, Iansnid, sius
gish; exactly in the condition lo bo va-tly
benefited by the urc of Aycr's Sarsaparilla.
Lbzic Vi". UaVcau, 252 13tli St., Ctb avc.,
Brooklyn, X. Y., says : "Hvcry spring, for
j ear, I have had Intolerable headaches,
aud have suffered from total loss of encrjry.
1 commenced uslnj Aycr's Sarnpjrlli'a
last iisreb, and have not finccUad a head
ache; my appetite Is excellent, and I am
fctroEg and i igcrous. "As a sprlrur
Ayer' '-arsapsrilla hit co crnta!,' writes
A. IS. Kichob, Cambridge, Mass. Henry
Uacou, Xcnla, Ohio, fays: "I havo u:ed
Aytr's SarsarariHa in my family for
years.- I bare found It in'.-Juab'c as a
cure for Lumbarrn and general nervous
debility, caused by an inretive liver and
a lew state cf the blood." r. J. ITriuse,
WsyviHe, Wis., writes : " The u"c cf
11 ?". 5
has cured tnc of Liver Complaint."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aver & Co., Lowell,
Mass., U. S. A.
Sold by nil Druggists.
Prlco 91 ; ilr bottle, 6)5.
Qf&A salmi ilia
"One is well off in a garret at 20,"
eings tho light-hearted Berangcr; but
the newspapers tell other tales of tho
workers in the great art centers. Tho
cheapness of Europe is a delusion and a
"It Is eo only on condition of going
without thing, of living abroad as one
would not think of livin" at home.
"The first time I wcut abroad," a lady
once told me, "I hail so little money '
that I lay awaku nights planning how I
could get through on it I learned a
great deal, but 1 should think any ono
a fool now v, ho did as I did. Ignor
ance of tho risks I ran was my excuse."
lint there are numbers of those poor
students still in Europe, and the straits
to which they are reduced are often
pathetic. EpociaI!y the slender, black
robod maiduns, with their pale, eager
faces, their eyes so wide opon to all tho
wonder and enchantment of the old
world, so veiled to misconceptions ot
their own character, aro pathetic fig
ures. Sometimes they are pwlly; almost al
ways they have a certain charm of
bright-eyed independence. They aro
usually older than lliey look; but many
are far too young for tho exposed and
pecnlhu-lifc they lead.
lloury James has sketched the tvpo in
ids own fashion in "A Bundle of Let
ters:" "Sho looks at everything, goes
everywhere; passes her way, with her
clear, quiet eyes wide open, skirting the
edge of obscene nb3-S:Os without sus
pecting ihehi; exciting, without know
ing :U the mo-t injurious Mispicions;
and always holding her course, passion-lco.-
Tho Germans aro kind to the;a
Btrangets within their gates, but to
themselves they mako emphatic reflec
tions on that burbructH America whose
fathers so ship off their danghtcrs, who
spend their all on instruction and trust
tc luck to get home.
Sometimes their trust i3 vain, and I
recall one chaiining young woman who
had stranded in Paris and was earning
a meager living as a copyist. Sho had
coma abroad to study live years before,
p.nd she was not likely to "return soon
She kept house like a bird, up four long
flights, and sho frankly admitted her
economics iu bread and bocf.
It was picturesque, that little rcoin,
with its sunny window, its brick floor,
its walls lined with her pictures, but it
required fomo philosophy not to call
her isolation a tempting of fate.
A word, too, should bo said, on tho
growing fashion of sending girls abroad
to travel alone or with only compa
nion of their own r.ge. It soems m
crediblo that persons who can afford
chaperonage for their daughters often
send them without it, trusting to luck
and the good nature of other American
travelers Jo help them on.
A gentleman told me not long s:nc3
that in his year abroad he hail nlwaya
somo one besides hjs wifo on his hands.
Now it was a countrywoman absolutely
alone, now a pair of young zirls, now
an invalid with a pretty dauglitcrwhom
sho had no strength to "chaperon.
There is even a book recently adver
tised as the doings of two girls alona
abroad. 2sovr, wc havo no wish to re
call the proprieties of thirty years ago,
when a woman could hardly niaku a
hundred-mile journey alone; bat thoro
Is a limit here, as everywhere, of good
sense and prudence. Lijspiiicolt's Mag
azine rrcsidcr.ts' Wives.
Washington wroto many and long
letters to "his wife, which wero full of
affection, but "Lady" Washington
thought so much of these that sho de
stroyed them beforo sho died. Only one
escaped tha one in which ho announced
his appointment as Commander-in-Chief
of the Colonial army. He begins
tho letter "ily dearcst,"and closes it with
the statement that he is "with unfeign
ed regard" her "ycry affectionate George,
Washington." lis used several times
in tho letter his pet name for his wife,
which was "My cear Patsy," and says
ho has made a will with which he doubts
not sho wili be pleased.
John Adams speaks of his wifo, Abi
gail, as the sourco of all his felicity.
Bis marriage with her continued for
fifty-three ycare, and its only pang
was found in absence and final separa
tion. President Pierce was so fond of his
wife that at SG vears of age he resigned
his seat in tha tjnited States Sonata be
cause Washington City did not agrco
with her health, and four years later ho
declined the attorney-generalship ia the
cabinet of President Ppik for tiio samo
Gen. Grant and his wife were rery
affectionate. Dr. Newman, his pastor,
tells me that each carried constantly a
lock of tho other's hair, and Grant wore
throughout his married life a ring which
his wifo gavo him during their engage
ment. During the general's last sick
ness hi3 fingers became, so emaciated
that tho ring was taken off for a time
When ho was laid in hi3 coffin Col. Fred
Grant put it on again, and he wa3
buried with a lock of his wife's hair in
his breast pocket.
President Arthur revered tho memory
of Airs. Arthur. Her picture was hung
in his chamber at the White House, and
was by lib orders decorated with a
wreath of roses every morning. Ho sat
in the pew sho used to occupy at St.
John's Church while in Washington,
and ho gavo a memorial window to the
church in her honor. Frank (7. Car
pcnlcr, in Lippinco'.L
The r.vcrsgo man sun cnngr ;o w-.isu-loor
f hcep. Did it ever occur to such
. A !.,.! l..An
tnCS no UCCCC was cur wieuKi wwa
n...,rTi nrt t',m firm in fit it for the nian-
ufaclurer? Did it ever present lbclf
lorciuiy mat tuejoiK 01 mu ut-utu ;
iw prcicrvcr from injury a toap, in
fsct, mixed w ith a considerable amount
cf Cxel oil. Tliis preserves the elastic
ity of the fleece. When thoroughly
washed the Ceece becomes dry and brit
tle and loses it3 elastic qualities. Again,
unwashed wool is said never to bo in
fested with the moth, which destroys the
value of wool. Wasiiing gets out a cer
tain amount cf volt, bat not enough to
really increase the value of the wool to
the-manufacturer, since in drying the
wool catches inueh dirt and grit. 1'ct
tiio buyers will -always try to convinca
the owner of unwashed wool that it is
worth less than washed, but the quality
being all right ho buys it.
In relation to tho amount of yolk in
wool, in healthy flecks of uuifonn grade
it is ouite even, but varies in different
brccifs. In the Leicester aud ether long
wools 25 per cent may bo yolk, and
f-.rn flili ,in fn ovrm 75 ner cent in tha
lincst Saxony sheep, rams being always
stronger in yolk than ethers and ewes.
Speaking of the necessity of holidays
and their proper crderiug. the Loudon
Lancel thinks that perhaps the very
wisest and be.t thing to do would bo to
make these holidays children's days; to
refer tho whole question of holiday
making lo a committee of young people,
nono of whom should bo over 12 years
of age, and to surrender for the particu
lar period determined by the "holiday"
the disposal of tima and" tho selection of
ways and means to those with whom
"enjoyment" is an intrgal part of ex
istence, and whoso birthright is .to bo
able to make merry without wantonly
sinning against iigbt aud conscience.
A teport cdnios from London to tha
Book liuyer that tiresome people soma
cell them bartls, other poetasters in
sist on calling to sea Oliver Wendell
Holmes, aud, when they are shown into
his room, immediately strike an attitude
and in a loud voice, and with much
violent gesture, forthwith recito an odo
cr an addre?, to which he is expected
to listen, K39S- j 3fcei
B. C. RE3fflt.
ll 111 1 1 11 II 1 p ill t i
UH UititJLij 1 3
Mala Street, Next Door to First Batik9Logan, Ghbk
Wo desire that every reader of tho Sentinel, when in from tho conntrv. (0 call at our Stwa
f.rtli iv invSpfl .iaind 1 r" th0 p,riced a- vhKb we seI1 our goods. The citizens of oar to
Hf- mmm wmwm m family-
Our stock of Perfumery comprises Extracts for the Handkerchief, (all tho Popnlar'Odore from
most famousrerfumers,) Colognes, Bay. Water, and Musk.
T'1I,ST AMP FAKCT Bg,
Hair, Tcolh, CIotli,"Nail and Flesh Brushes. Dressing Cases. Comlw. Fine TotM and Bath Soap 8, B&l
and burgeon Sponges, lace aail Sachet Pawder.-. Puffs and Puff Boxes,
looth Soaps and Powders, Rouge, Hair Oil and -Pomatums
31PlTii I DOflflCSTHG. CKEiiS
Cgail at ssas fs fop the Mmt $E cf. fgrar
"P"" JH BTfH1
,E.3D"3T FOR TJSS3, .
JLfesesl 1S t Cal 111 f lae he&i tsallye
Lard Oil, Lubricating Oil, Varnishes and Colors, Dyers' and Painters' Snpplies, Paint Brasfcen,
K3i fi f- t j
iiPf J MM
Fsa great; variety asal of the Isitet paf epaa
Elastic and Spring Trusses, Shonlder Braces and Abdominal Supporters.
Itatloaaery aasl claool
Is largo, but Tve aro constantly adding all the new, novel and meritorious Medicines that coma
If you see a Medicine advertised and want it, ir we haven't got it, we'll get it for vou
We have a.largo assortment of -
IF1' X 23" S3 PICTTJEBS
Si&eelj Sl5 DisE,oK35 d'syosi.
We UTrasaae IPScJeaares f aaay lse Im Mial
our customstyle to.snit the tasto of our Patrons. Work done promptly i to the satisfaction of
ers. 1giY011rpatronngeisalwaysapprecialed.no matter hr? small, and you can resi
assured it will be our constaut aim to give our customers the best goods ia the market at as reasoa
ablo prices as i possible.
Logan, SepUmberlG. 1S5G tf '
AUGUST MT&SZLSR & CO. haveorcn
eU Dally iletllarl-ct in the Centennial
Bloc!., c.T.t itaia strict, wl-.ere tluy vlll
!ieci tliecholcfs-t oi I-'rtsh Eeef, I'crk. eal
Liiml), S:iuacc,EoIcsna,cte., nncl inxite
the people to give tlicra a c.-ll. Tlie Wtot
Mean nt roct bottom VTices. ran clwajs
be hail of JlETZLtlt. J. CO.
Nov 25, ISSE-ly
0? puis ob wmmx
Airnost nsPa?2tsb?9SS ?3i".k.
The oJt pTfStzlca of C02 LITER fSIT. tilt
can be ta'ccu reiiay KiJ tclinil Jcr a !m; ti
Ir i.-j'rais vtOEi:ii.
ki t.i a REar5T yra cf-y.nr?ncy.
FItAli DiJliLirt. CtfVCH-i AM.' Ili'l-' -J
r!ti:o..:-. 3-:-l : tjirl.t -iM:t'Ji.':,i ot
;:iii.MlL.-i it U prl'oa la i- ir.w.
rAcnNl nail cn-torsed by tt ti iiijiicii-u
ia ibo coastrias oC lis world.
FOH SALS SY ALL 3r.'JCGISTS.
.Rescued from Death
William J. Cmighlhi, of Somer-
vtilo Mhps.. s:ivs In file filll of
157G I was taken with bleeding of
followed bv a se
vere coiich. 1 lost ray appetite anu
ilesli. and was confined to my bed.
In 1S77 I was admitted to tiie bos
intal. The doctors said I had a
hole in ray luiif as big as a hair
dollar. At ono timo that I -r.3
dead. I iravo un hone, but n friend
told me of Dr. William Hall's Bal
hani forllio Lmis. I ot a bottle.
j when, to my surprise, commenced
to foei better, and lo day I feel
' boltei thn for fco years past.
:s fi 4 U$ k n S &v3 1
3-ai-ccy -2is:aJ.ig& . -JllJMaj&Wi
of Proprietary Medicine
-" tirSStiid tra X(j cr IO.T
rnrH ,n3jp-a ''oo s2iY o r tn
,fZ3 ia rs jpii pu-E Shoiji re oarcaeq
I pirs panjniai aitioddB id 'cm sswuip
01 p3E00 uoos pooj iz -s;nsea jso;ddsri
oi nj.n puc 'o-i pip 1 tinj r.Jaly
ill O sui po.pps 'paia'ajc jrasijraj?
naaq purl otjw 'auun ;o pao-Jj v TlJ
ilM'P Pnw -k'A pu 'Ha nj pwnpoj
snnrosq I pirs 'J3U3J inaoduuj Auo era
psrtiojc jasrarcaii itojpajt -cjsJoJsia
jo uojjorj oqj iq oiqtiijsita 9JapaM fci.
sjii Sva B-n-MjC oil j i'lJiran joj iwiii
'civoi "AOJi 'iPivma nif unatBJ
ja.to sActi j onpipont jotno .ue nerri poo3
ojouj era sucp basij ioqx siIII .iaT
pes cjsiTcds ".J jo psjna ujaq oac:i i lSc
-zosm qama jailYn :sojjiii 4sfSK 'nu.il
'Bpjox pi'l'ia noi3s Jpqj nj vupxa
pus jilmoid UI3IH punoj iai;ji 8q
pns 'tiiai JLxcui pco2 B 'ucnwSinni pnu
3qnoJl -I0AS1 JOjSu',1 s.j3vp3naAr;q
i :3nni. 4-i -x '2ia 'mis x i
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idsi tq osn xsuci'cooo jpqi ran 'psipj
csipsxu jaqio IP nsq- "jjsdsdtACI jo aa
Jtoqx osiJ - nM(l i0Zl v-n
ji j AT;p-oi Clip noq aAcq ion pir.oqs I
paglli:s ra: 1ub 'sjboa CC 1& 3rll J0J
I!!d s.-3jV P0Tl BAS1I I ss'SH-u. 'cj
js jsaqo 'J3UUOU J J, -aisiaii Kr-!3 sq;
oj qi2nsj;5 pan qjpoq wo;s3J pes 'txrsZio
aiifeiim'ii pua 3.iJ?a5ip oqi uo A'rpaJ'p
3s iup snono.joil j3i-,o 10 praoiw
on npiuoo suu osjqx "'UM .-V "
OAnwna oi gnuijon t aiorrj 'ucniiSipcT
raaij unsaa tpiq.w Asuspnojssp pna nois
S3Jdop 0qiiioq oqj o vouim purj '3;rt3dd
ub en(0J3 'qssuioii sqj usqinsiiJ oj.
a 8 6 k2
R. sl. REBER
Tiie School Ei.iraIaersoJHocS.laE
Ohio, will meet at tho
Union .School Mouse,
FirMt and Third SATCKDAX9
of each month, ul 9 o'clock. A. .21.. eictft
January, July and August. AppUcniG
musi luroisu prppniu envelopes oy Tf mcif,
they will receive the result of tiie ea&nt
Toct Imnn lu 1 rf ftsnil At o t-o ! 'pill K
rt-qnlrcil of those nnkown to the Board.
The grading Is represented on a e9l cf
1 to I0O,.and5c!assesofcert!ficaT.t'Tr!Ub
First riaw. Five Years. So h Ibfteli
IrsMthanOJand an experience of cot lea
than three consecutive years oi teachina
nest precedlne the Application. 1 raonrhS
Of which shall have been la cue place.
Second Class. Knnr Tear?. AobraocH
loss than SO, and 21 months cxperione tn?
Third C!as, Three Year. Ho br.-ineTv
lrthan So and ISmonths o.iperianeo rjt
Fourth Class," Two Tears. So rane"l
less than 0, and 12 months sxe;lnesia
Firth Clnss.TwelveMonths. TfoluMla
There will positively be no antetJaflER.
A s-itlBiacto" examination in t k The
ory and Practice of Teaching sad a genl
di-grceof success in teachlnc and JJOTea?
Ina n cchool will be favorably coniileai
Applic-int are reqnireJ to furnish test!
n-.onlalsof cood moral chnrnctrr
" J. W. FIXI56.
S. 1. Ai.libjf,
dyer's Chany Pectoral
" OrtTtUs.Oaio. 5pt. 1J, ISO.
GOLDS, "Hivin? bcn acbiet to x bro
chiet aCccUon, wilh Ireqctat
cold, for a Esraber cf jtar, I kertty r
Uj tbat Aran CnsKxr I'rcT0iL jirw
mo prempt nllc. cd il tie aicil tXnttta
remedy 1 hare cTir tried.
JjLUZi A. H-Urn-TOS",
ritoret T CrwcelK.'
" 3I. enca-J, Oiio, Jess 3S, tssi
CO'jSHS. " l tlTS " -"-rzn-s CKUT
rzcrcii tfeis eprtrij far f
vcrs coah and lany troablo lrisi jeaa
ciTcct, and I sat pisved to Ktitminl is
to cay ese atmtlAriy iSaKi.
rrjr-'3r aioiia isotsi,
rrj:rAnni cr A4
Dr. j.O. AyoriCo., Lcri-a!!, hfaos;
SoldbyitlDnise'-'tJ. " "." ,