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You need the goods Our prices can not.be reached, besides We have mountains of first class goods to select from that must be sold. Its a ques
tion of money that must be raised. The profiiting way to do it is on the mountains of goods that fill our store. Here's a few prices but every thing
in our store just aa cheap. Ekifx rln nnf HQI'tn'fp' nock tlle bottom out of prices.
fi'iya Underwear for 25o that we guarantee 25 better than
ailV tllilHr vnil can r-r for thf sntm mnnnv.
2Ien S White meiino shirts and drawers
White Canton Flannel "
Drown and Grey mixed merino shirts and drawers
Heavy Derby ribbed, worth 50c.
In finer wear ranging at 50c, 62o, 75c, SI, etc. The variety
beauty and elegance of our line cau not be surpassed and
prices we are bound to hare lower than you can find anywhere.
The Best 75c Umbrella on Earth.
Also a Iteauliful line of liner Umbrellas.
Heavy Jersey and water-proof cloth Shirts, all wool and wool mixed 37c,
5Uc anrt 72c.
G10V6S. A'l bought direct from the factory at the lowest cash prices.
Jllen S 25 dozen goat leather, unlincd 10c.
20 dozen heavy lined leather
20 " " " " niits.
All wool Jersey gloves, 50c value
Kid gloves Jersey back, or Kid laid Astracan back 1 ot
Lined, Heavy Calf Mits j DC'
Boys' and Children's fine fur top Kid gloves and mits 50c
Men'S Extra long calf trauntlets 50c.
Fine unlined Kid Gloves 75c.
Unlimited variety and quantity from 35c to SI .50. Calfskin
Buckskin, Hogskm, heat-proof tanned, oil tanned, water
proof Mocha Buck lined and unlined, Fine Dress Kid un
lined and lined with fur top", cloth backs or plain.
Working and Every-day Clothes.
Men's Jeans Pants, strong and hea y 62c.
Boys' Dark Heavy Jeans pants.will not fade or rip.special yalue 75c.
Men'S and BOyS' Heavy Winter Cottonades 75c and 1.00.
All Wool Cheviots, fast color black 81.25, and 1.50.
Mens' Six dozen heavy lined Jeans Coats 1.75. Jeans Vests 50c
and 75cts. Water-proof, heavy lined Dutch coats 81 &1.25.
BoyS' Heavy lined Jeans Coats 1.25. SWEET ORR'S and HAM
ILTON & UAKHAKT'S Uorduroy clothing for men & boys.
24 dozen Children's Knee Pants, Mrs. Hopkin's make.
Children's Suits 62c, $1.25, and 1.50
HEAVY DOUBLE BREASTED CHINCHILLA Reefer
Overcoats, wide collars 1.50. I
' The best, strongest and heaviest, perfectly seamless, Men'i
socks on the market for the money 4 for 25c and 3 for 25c
BOYS fast black, extra heavy iron clad stockings 19c.
MEN'S Heavy, oldfashioned, knit, all wool socks, 2 for 25 cents.
xx-cew tiuuuiou a uveiuuaua from last winter tnat are
good style, will sell at ONE-HALF their original value.
Men's WooL-FiLLrn, Heavy winter suits 84.50. All woolJ
blue and black cheviot suits 6.00.
An Unsurpassed Line of Overcoats for Men and Boys at
every price you wish to name.
A few Boys and Youths Overcoats from last winter, good!
style, ioraie at une-iiaii their original value.
Men's, Boys' and Children's Caps, 25c and 50c.
Do not fail to see what we offer. We will save you money.
F. BLASBUS & SON.
. The Yellow Kid Dance in the
Don't fail to Fecure your tick
. ots for the Stag Dance.
Webb Poston of Nelsonville was
seen on our streets Friday .
Dan Schaal of Smock was a
bussness visitor in Logan Tuesday.
Mr. John T. Brannan has re
turned from a few days visit to Col
MaymeFarrell ot Athens, spent
a few days in Logan, last week with
Mrs. Lizzie Farrell.
Mrs. Flave Case gave a taffy
pulling Saturday evening in honor
of the Drug Store clerks.
Miss Winnon Cannon of Lancas
ter, who has been visiting Miss Anna
Fox has returned to her home.
Miss FmmaCase of Columbns
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Oakley Case on South Market st.
Geo. Whipple and Albert Brown,
of Athens were the guests of Lena
Willige and Emma Cook, Thanks
giving. Harry Weltch and Nelle Stone
burner, of Nelsonville spent Thanks
giving with Mr and Mrs Alva
Squire W. H. Lehman, one of
the prominent citizens of CarbonHill,
was a business visitor to our city on
Dwight Wright who is attending
Medical School in Columbus, spent
Thanksgiving in Logan with his fath
er Dr. I. C.Wright.
We regret to learn that Sam
Hauk, one ot our-Logan boys, while
breaking on the train, sustained an :
injury that may cause the loss of
We present the prospectus of
Harpers publications in the Sentinel
this week. The Harpers are old
established and reliable, the best in
the respective lines in this county.
Specimen copies may be seen at Spr.
. The New Lexington Herald saj-s
of our new judge-Common Please
Court is progressing rapidly,- and
Judge Wright is commended highly
on his suave and courteous, though
dignified manner of dispensing justice
and law to all seeking redress in a i
- Miss Annie Kleinschmidt, for
eome time past, the very accomplish
ed and efficient attendant at the
Athens Asylum, has gone to Wash
ington city, where she will engage as
a professional nurfe, under the au
spices of the National Sanitary Com-J
mission. She takes with ber the
best wishes of many friends in Logan
for success in her new field of public
. Mr. Fred Montgomery of Cleve
land, was a visitor with relative's in
Loeau last week. Jio is the inven
tor ot a cotton gin which promises to
revoltionize the system of work in
this line, and make a fortune for the
inventor. Fred is repubted one of
the finest Mechanicnl Engineers in
this country and his many friends in
Logan will bo glad to learn that his
gemns and Pkill are about to make J
him a fortune.
-On and after December 1st, 1896,
nil trains of the Cojumbus Heoking
Valley and Toledo Railway will
airive and depart from the Union
Depot in Taledo, thus ad voiding the
objectionable orauibus tranfer at
Toledo in going to and from points
in Michigan. All trains will continue
to depart from and arrive in the
Union Depot an Columbus as in the
past, making the Buckeye Route not
only the Shoit Line between Colum
bus and Toledo but the only lines
having Union Depot Terminals in
both cities When purchasing tickets
to points in Ohio and Michigan re
member the fact that omnibus trans
fers are advnided if the tiekets read
vja the Colunibu3 Hocking Valley
apd Toledo Railwaj. For information
ee C W, Schwcnke, Logan, O. or
Write W. If. Fisher, Genl. Pass, and
9,k. Agt, iOjumbus, Ohio. pa.sscd,
Eph Woods of Snd Ran was
j iu our city yesterday.
Father Powers entertained the
Bob-o-Links on Friday Evening.
Jennie Ryan of Athens was the
guest over Sunday, of her sister Mrs
John F. While.
Eva Stiers and Amy Armstrong
spent a few days of last week in
Mr. Rudolf Schwartz of Colum
bus spent Thanksgiving with his
father, in Logan.
Miss. Mary Till entertained a
few select friends at supper, Satur
day in honor of Stella and Jessie
Walsh of Athens.
In the Sharkey-Fitsimons con
test at San Francisco, last night,
the fight was given to Sharkey in
, the 8th round on a foul.
Mrs L. A. Culver of ht. Louis
is in the city, arriving on last Fri
day evening. She is the guest of
Mr and Mrs Dr Pullen.
The infant child of Mr and Mrs
John F. While, whose life for a
time was dispared of from an attack
of Croup, is better, and out of dan
Mr. James Mount and family
who have been living the past sum
mer on their farm in Salt Creek, have
returned to Logan. Their friends greet
them with hearty welcome.
Through the carelessness of an
engineer at miu No. 10, Glouster, O.,
the mine caught fire, Tuesday, a nd
350 miners narrowly escaped cremation.
Judge O. W. H. Wright moved
his Law Office yesterday from the
McCarthy buildiug to the rooms
fomerly occupied by the Sentinel,
in the James Block. The new rooms
are the most desirable law offices in
"The Conversion of Paul, a proof
of the Christ;au Religion" will be tho
subject for Sunday evening, and "A
Religious Reformation" is the theme
for morning by Johu E. Rudsill
Pastor M E Church.
Mr. Eramit Kreider, superinten
dantof the Haydeyville Schools, was
assulted and seriously hurt on last
Monday Evening, by Thomas Bowl
ing, the father of the boy whom the
teacher bad punished in school. Bowl
ing was arrested and is under 300
to appear before the grand jury.
Rev Wright of the U. B. Church
preached'.the Thanksgiving sermon in
the Presbyterian church, The at
tendance was large, nnd the sermon
eloquent and pertinent to the occas
ion. Rev Wright is one of the most
accomplished pulpit orartors we
have ever had in Logan, and one of
the most esteemed of Ministers.
Judge O W H Wright, is at
home this week, Dirtrict court inter
vening in Now Lexington. The new
Judge has made an excellent im
pression is his ffrst weeks service,
and has the hearty congratulations
ot his friends for the good start he
he has made. He will open court
again in New Lexington next Mon
day. Miss Mary, daughter, of Mr and
Mrs C. P. Montgomery, died on
Monday evening from dipthera. The
child was a favorite among her com
panions, and her death occasions pro
found sorrow in the circle of her
friends. The parents have the sincere
sympathy of the community.
A new orchestra has been organ
ized in this city and is composed of
the best musical talent in the Hock
ing Valley, The followins are the
members, Eine Kessler, 1st, violin;
Cap, Freisner, 2nd, violin; Henry
Kessler, claronet; Will Kessler,
cornet; Ed Risley, slide trombone;
Alva McCall, piauo; Geo. Poling,
bass; and Frank AHtop, traps.
Mr and Mrs Thos Shotwell cel
ebrated the 40th annivesay of their
wedding on Thanksgiving Day, A
plesant company of Logan frienda
met at the home of the happy couple
to feast on Turkey and extend con
gratulations, in which the Sentinel
with Mr and Mrs Shotwells many
friends join, hoping that many more
nnniversays may come to be cele
brated as plesantly as the one just
Just in! All shades in corduroys
for ladies' waists at Stiers & Com
pany. Columbus and return December 9
half fare. Tickets good for return
We desire to thank our friends
for the kindness und sympathy shown
during the sickness and death of our
Mr. and Mrs. C. P .Montgomery.
Stiers & Company are getting ia
some beautiful thiugs in Umbrellas
for the holiday trade this week.
The Kings Daughters will hold
court at Miss Joseph iene Rochester's
on Saturday afternoon. The Kings
sons will also hold court, but later
in the day.
The recently elected Democra
tic Commissioner of Perry county,
Fred Kreitz, of Shawn ee, was a vis
itor in Logan on Sunday, the guest
of bis brother in law, Nick Lambert.
Something never shown before
in velvet cords lor the bottom of
dresses at Stiers & Company.
Dr Shrader of Nelsonville was
in our city on last Thursdcy on legal
business. The Doctor is not only a
good phyeican, but is a lawyer of
abitity, and for a mortal whose
obituary we once published, is the
liveliest corpse this country affords.
When your stomach begins to trou
ble you, it needs holp. The help it
ueeds, is to digest your food, and,
until its gets it, you wont have any
peace. Stomach trouble is very dis
tressing, very dangerous very obsti
nate. Many of tho most dangerous
diseases degins with simple indigestion.
The reason is that indigestion (not
digeition, not-nourfshmenl) weakens
the system and allows disease germ
to altact it.The anidote is Shaker
Digestive Cordial, stengthing, nour
ishing, curative. It cures indigestion
and renews strenth and health. It
does this by strengthiug the stomach
by helpind it to dsgest your food. It
nourishes you. Shaker Digestive Cor
dial is made of pure herbs, plants and
wine, is perfectly harmless and will
certainly cure all genuine stomach
trouble. Sold by druggists, price 10
cents to 1.00 per bottle.
RIGHT IN LINE
Ap-E Kennard Bros.
With a full assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries,
als Queensware, Tinware, and in fact every thing
one could wish for. We also pay the highest marKet
price for country produce. Come in and see our
Christmas candies on which we make a reduction,
when bought is large quantities. We also keep ap
ples, Bananas, oranges, nuts, etc. Remember the
8On Saturdays we will give to every pur
chaser at our store a cup of coffee.
Centennial Block, Logan, O.
Bryan and WatFon. It will make
McKinley's majority on the popular
vote over Bryan about GoO.Ool), which
is a good ways short of a million and
a quarter, about which there was so
much boasting. General Grant in 1872
had a larger plurality, it amounting
to 762,991. Ia 1856 Buchanan had
496,905 over Fremont; in 1860 Lin
coin had 491,195 over Douglas; in
1868 Grant had 305,406 over Sey
mour. Ti'.den in 1870 had 250,935
over Hayes, but was counted out.
At the three elections at which Cleve
land has been a candidate he had in
1884, .62,683 majority; in 1888, 98,
01 7, although defeated in the electoral
college, and in 1892, 330,810. Tre
smallest pluralitp on record was that
of Garfield in 1880, when he had
but 7,018, on a total vote of over
The St. John's Church Festival.
Fiction: The Martian, tho new novel by
DuMnnrier, the eagerly expected successor to
October number, 1896,
with illustrations from the author's draw
ings. A new novel by Frank R. Stockton
developing atwentletb century renaissance
full of humorous situations nnd charucter
lstlcnlly illustrated. A ir of Tatlent Lov
ers, by William Dean Howells. other strlk
lngnoveletes by American authors. Short
stories by Mark Twain.Tliomos Nelson Page,
Richard Haiding Davis, Owen Wister, Johu
Kendrlck Bancs, Roth McEnery Stewart. Oc
tave Thauet. Mary E-Wilkins and other pop
Science: Story or the progress of science
during the uim-teenth century, a series of
papers by Dr. Henry Smith Williams, sup
plemented bv contributions on special sub
jects by cxpept eclenllsts. Articles on the
relations ol carious psycologlrnl manifesta
tions to t)hvstolo2 bv Dr. Andrew Wilson.
AMERICAN FEATURES; The Mexico of
imiay, a series dv unanes I . i.umis, bpienu
idly Illustrated the result of a recent visit
to Mexico undertaken for Uarper's Mugi-
zine. juexico is pre eminently a sliver-producing
country, and Its monetary operations
rest entirely -n a silver basis. Owing to the
keen discussion of certain economic prob
lems in connection Willi Issues urgeni Im
portance iu American doII tics, these papers,
will command general attention. American
Historical Papers by Woodrow Wilson,
John Bnch MacMaster, and James Dimes.
Tbe true story or Sheridan's Klde, by Gen.U
A. Forsyth. Constilution of Howell's Per
sonal Reminiscence of Uteiary Ameeicans.
AFRICA AND THE EAST; White Man's
Africa, a fully llluseaated series of papers by
Poultncy tiigelow, the result of personal ob
servations during a recent trip to Africa,
covering the whole field of European ex
ploitation of that coeutry. Illustrated arti
cles by Stephen Rnnsal, on the transforma
tions going on in East Siberia, recently vis-
LiVH It A h
The dinner and festival given by
the Ladies ot St. John's Church on
Thanksgiving day under the manage-
monr rF Afi. TnVin ITolro tr o ,mn- Red by the author. Hungarian SKctches.
. . ....... .... uvn, ,.,.. ,cj I written and drawn by F.Hopkins Smith.
The full story of the recant Coronation of the
Czar, by Richard Harding Davis, illustrated
by R. Catyn Woodville, who was commiss
ioned by Queen Victoria to paint a picture
of the ceremony.
Newspapers are not to copy this advertise
ment without the express order og
Harper tfc Brothers.
Presbyterian Church Festival.
The Youth's Companion will cele
brate its seventy-first birthday in
1897. Among the many attractive au
uounccments of the Companion for
the coming year is an article of ex
ceptional value by Mr. Andrew Car
negie, on "Tho HabiJ of Thrift."
Successful men in other walks of I ife
will second Mr. Carnegi'es paper with
readable, practicalable to the old as
well as to the young.
Stories will be given by Ian Mac
laren, Rudyard Kipling, Stephen
Crane, Harold Frederic and Clark
Russell. Speaker Reed, Secretary
Herbert, Senator Lodge, Hon. Carl
Schurz, Postmaster-General Wilson,
Dr. Layman Abbott, Hon. Theodore
Roosevelt these are a few of the two
hundred names that figure in the lat
est list of Companion contributors.
The non-partisan Editorials and
tho Current Events and Nature and
Science Departments are of especial
interest to students and to all who
wish to keep informed of the doings
ot lue world. As a reference boot: a
file of the Compaions is well-nigh
invaluable, for its reputation is found
ed on seventy years of tested accuracy.
New subscribers sending 1.75 to
tho Companion for 1897 will receive
the Comprnion for the remainder of
the year free, and also the Compan
ion's artistic twelvc-coler Calendar,
and the paper a full year to January,
1898. Illustrated Prospectus of the
next volume will be sent free upon
The Youth's Coxpasiox,
205 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mas3.
The festival held at the Presbyte
rian Church on last Tuesday even
ing, was a very pleasant social affair
and netted a handsome sum for tho
incidental church fund. The service
of the cuisine was rendered by the
lords of creation, the "Horrid man,"
and they did their work, as we Cuban
sympathizers would sayin"elegancie"
and to the taste of the Cavalieros and
the Dulcmas, in most acceptable
style, to the satisfaction of the many
present and to a temper higher tone
than the Queen's taste ever touched.
It was odd to see our dignified
Elders, with silver threads of piety,
spun by solemn religious years, glen
ting beard and hair, in cap and frill
and aprou'diminity bib and tucker"
doing the womens work.
The cream was cold, the coffee
hot, the cake sweet and the grapes
delicious. It was also pleasant to
see the men obedient, doing what
they were told to do, but at the same
time it was funny to see the akward-
ness of importance, and made "us
girls" glad to know th'at iu making
coffee aud wailing on pleasant com
pany they are not so handy.and "we"
arp better looking.
The Church room was crowded
with a genial, pleasant company.
Mrs. C. E. Bowen and Miss Mc
Manigal rendered some very excel
lent music on the organ and inspired
the old soldiers present to begin a
kind of Cake Walk, when 'Marching
Through Georgia" caught their ear.
Rev. Moore, and indeed all the
representative people of the congre
gation, made it very pleasant to the
guests by the cordiality of the wel
We hope all our churches will imi
tate the example set by our Presby
terian friends, and that thus doing,'
not only will helpful church contri
butions be secured, but that good,
social fellowship which so character
izes Logan in all her relations, may
be maintained and still further ad
vanced in the interests to tho good of
pleasant social affair, bringing to
gether the good people of Logan on
the common and wide platform of
public enterprise and neighborly good
will. The proceeds of tbe entertain
ment netted 8311.60, which is certain
ly gratifying to the managmenr, and
speaks well for the generous Logan
uesiaes tne dinner tnere were a
number of specialties presented,
mention of which is made as follows:
From contributions to a picture of
the pastor, the picture going to the
soliiclor obtaining the most contribu
tions, the figures are as follows
Miss Emma Snider $43.65,
Miss Annie Brooke 10.55,
Miss Clara Ucker 20.65,
Miss Clara Shannon 11.70,
For One year - - 84.00
Postage free to all subscribers in the United
States, Canada aud Mexico.
Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
P. C. Box 959, N. Y. City.
On the LOntest for a gun, the con
tributions to competitors is as follows
Hubert Lappen $11.50,
Joe Ucker 13.85,
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants .
nnd Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curds
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency !
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend
Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
De. O. C Osoood,
" Castoria U the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day ia not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
Interest their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrumsithich aro
destroying their loved ones, by forcin; opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents doiro their throats, thereby sending
them to premature graves."
Da. J. F. Stxcxztoa,
" Castoria fa so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to anypreieripUaa
knows to me."
XT. A. A&caro, af. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, X. T.
Our physicians in the children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their expsri
enee in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only .have among our
medical supplies what is known aa regular
products, yet wo ore free to confess this that
merits ot Casteria. has woa us to look wiU
f aver upon it,"
Uaino Hosrmi. us Drsrntaurr.
at,T,s C Sura, rtea
Besides contributions on tbo fol
lowing sources obtained contributions
Ice cream $25 00,
Fancy table, including cabinet pict
Bishop's picture 2.80,
The total received was 321.65,
deducting expense.fi 10.00 ths pro
ceds from the dinner, and supper
amount to $119, showing that nearly
500 people took dinner in the Hall.
At the close of the exercises, Fr.
Powers returned thanks to the Ladies
who had done the work, and espe
cially thanked the people of Logan
for the good will manifested by the
general attendance, the liberal dona
tions given in behalf of the new
church, He hoped the good feeling
manifested toward the buildinp-of the
new church now in hand, would continue
towards all commendable enterprises,
and that his congreation would be as
public spirited in public affairs, look
ing to the improvement of our city,
as all the people of our town have
shown in this special regard.
With the end of 1886 HARPER'S WEEIA
will have lived forty lears. In that time it
lias participated with all the zeal anu power
at Itscommiud in the great political events
or tne most Interesting and important peri
od in the history of the country, and It has
spread be'ore its readers the accomplish
ments ot science, arb, and letters tor tbo in
struction of the human mind aud tho ameli
oration ol human conditions and manners.
What the Weekly has been In its spirit nnd
purpose, as these have been manifested prin
clpally In its edltorlul pages, it will continue
It is impossible to announce with perclsion
all that the WEEKLY will contain during
the year 1837. It we reus easy to announce
what is about to nautjen In thi wnilil vrlmt.
triumphs lor good government are to be
won. wnai nuvmiues or Me people are to be
made, what is to be the outcome of the con
tinuous struggle between the spirits or war
and peace, what Is to happen in the far east.
what is to be theSrATsj of Evsorm tnrelve
months hence, what are to be the achieve
ments of arts and letters, for the WEEKLY
ia to oe a picionai record or au in Is.
Cartoons will continue to be a feature.
Serial storleq. A Nnv 'Rnwlnnrl stnrv Tt-
Miss Mary E. Wlikins, will begin in January
A tale of u Greek uprising against theTurks,
by E.F. Itenson, tho author of "Dodo," will
follow. A sequel to "The Housa-Boiit on tho
Styx," by Mr. Johu Kendrlck Hangs, lllusjra
ted by Mr. Peter Newell.
..??.Ie..fno,t stones will appear In the
WEEKLY tlmu it has cecu possible to pub
lish during 1800.
Departments: Mr. W, D. Howell's "Life
and Letters" Imvo beeu umoug the charm
ing featujes of periodical Isterature; Mr E. S.
Martin, and others will contribute observa
tions on whnt Is going on in "this Busy
WorId;"'Aniatner Sport" will remain the
most important department or Its kind in
The WEEKLY will continue to present to
ltsraders tbe world's news most Interesting
to Americans, to make Important advances
In both the literary und artistic features,
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A Bright Business Man.
Has always hid wits about him and
knows how to do the right thing the
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sell llomeseekera7 Excursion Tickets
right way. The wrong way wastes points iu Virgina, North Carolina
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Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
P. 0. Box 959, N, Y.
The last statement of the official
vote of all the states for president
gives McKinley 7,053,102, Bryau
6,3jij63, and Palmer, boltocrat,
132(p3. The Prohibition vote is
estimated at 80,000, and the Social
ist at 1.9,000. On this showing
I McKinley has a plurality over Bryan
of 7U8,liay, but this will be still
father reduced by including in the
Bryan vote 100,000 votes cast foj:
Byron W. King, at the Presby
terian Church, Monday and Tuesday
evenings, December 7,and 8th, under
the auspices of the Twice Five Club.
Admission 25c, or 35c for both evon-
On account of ill health, I have
withdrawn from the practice of med
icine for a time, and desire a settle
ment of all my accounts. Please
call at once.
33-3t De. J. 11. DYE.
On the first and third Tuesdays of
panh montr mi fn nnrl inMnrlinrr Afov
Postage free to nil subscribers In the United ig 1QQ7 n TT V - 'P ,i. :u
States, Canada and Mexico. 18 BJi, C 11. V. & 1. agents will
sell settlers tickets to points in the
state of Kentucky, south of and in
cluding Somerset, Bowling Greon,
etc., to all points in Virginia on the
Norfolk & Western Ry., east of
Radford. Also to all points in Ala.,
Georgia, Florida, North and South
Caroliuia, Mississippi, Louisiana and
Tennessee, except points within fifty
miles of Memphis. These tickets
will be sold at greatly reduced rates,
aud agents of the Columbus, Hock
ing Valley and Toledo Railway will
be glad to give you all desired infor
mation on application. Write to A.
J. Ricbter, district passenger agent,
Toledo, O.; E. R. Davidson, northern
passenger agent, Detroit, Michigan;
The BAZAR, a thoroughly up-to-date peri
odical for women, will enter upon its Thir
tieth Volume in lbU7.
As a Fashion journal it is unsurpassed,
uuujouuiuui9icuauuio requisite lor every
well dressed woman. Katharine UpKoriwt
writes a weekly letter on current lush Ions
irom rans. in aew xorjc Fashions, and in
the fortnightly pattern-sheet supplement,
ladles And ful details, directions and dia
Erams forgowns, wraps and children's cloth
ing. Sanduz, Baude and Uhapuls draw and
engrave the newest und finest Parisian de
signs every week
The serials for 1S97 will be: The IUd Bridge
Neighborhood, by Maria Louetc Pool, and
Father (JulntUIIon, by Octave Thannet. Short
stories will be constantly presented by brill
iant writers, among whom are ilury E. Wli
kins, Harriet Prescott Sputford, Marlon Il-ir-land,
Uutli McKuery Htewnrt, Viola Hoseboro
ana .Margaret aniion Lsnscoe. ,ir it r' 1 n t r m -,
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'Eow Meat Market
Otherlnterestlng features arl The Out-door
Woman, pevotcd to heulthlil sports aud
pastimes: Music, a weekly critical suinnmrv
i uiuaic iu nuw xurj.; .imaiuer xucairicals,
cmuroiruery nnu inceuiework, i;ereraouy
George Fox has opened a
New Meat Market for the ex
press accommodation of his
East End customers, in the
new and elegant room next
door .to Guthrie's old stand,
where the public will be sup
plied with all kinds of the
Very Best Meat the markets
affords. The store will be ia
Etiquette, good housekeeping, "Wnnt Olrls
are uoiug," ourreui social Jivents," i
sonais gleaned from original sources,
The following Is a list of letters remaining
ten uuys uucaiieu luriu tne .uogau I'ost-omce
on Nov. 30,
Dora Sain (2),
P. E. Reeler.
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be sent to the Dead Letter Onico.
Persons calling tor the above should say
4flilv-1-tJm.l" unit clvo flntn nf HAnllnot 4n
which list appears.
Lewis Grbeh, P,M.
MOT1CE Is hereby given that a petition will
-1 be nreseuted to the Commissioners of
Hocking County, Ohio, at their next session,
December, A. D., 1896,
praying for a change in county road extend
ing thiough Hocking county that leads from
Adelphl, Ohio, to Londenderry, at the fol
lowing points io-wii:
Bediming nt a Klake in said conntv rniul In
Section Ho. 30. of S.iltcreck townshln in
HocUu: county, Ohio; and being about 175
yards southeast from bottom of Sherrlck's
mil, on landb Known as J. McDonald s lands
and thence runninv from saiil slake a north
westerly course on the north side of said
county road to or near the bank ol a ravine,
ttienoe changiqs course to u northerly and
noilhweslerlycour&e through lauds of Jos
eph Sheikey, to terminate again in said
county road at a stake near ltoss county
Hue and near J. Sherkey's garden a little to
the west or southwest to suit tne best grade.
The distance being nbout one-third of a
WOMUN AND MEN. Col- T. W Hl,.,.ii-
son will regularly continue his valuable es
says. ANSWERS lo COnUESPONDENTS. This
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and fully ns prnctlable.
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Postage free toall su,scribers in the United
Mtates, CKiiada and Mexico. -
Belfountainc, O. and return Dec.
7th and 8th, good for return until
December 11th. Half fare.
Buckeye Interchangeable Mileage
Tickets are now good over
4, B. & O. S-W, C. H. & D, L. N.
A. & C, B. & O. between Cols, and
Cin., O. S, Lima Northern, L. E. &
W. L., secure one. Price 20.
one of the tidiest and hand
somest men in the business,
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with any kind and any quan-
uby uiu uubwiuer may nueu.
The public are cordially in
vited to call.
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or Tombstone, Lime. Plaster
of Paris or Cement, you
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50.7-ui -EilSEIiE CC mCJjAIN
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Fultz Seed Wheat for nalo at Case's
Call on Agents of Ohio Central
Lines for Excursion Rates Thangs-
P 0 Box 959, N Y City. giving Day. ,
Ten men to work on good terms.
Address: "HER DESTY," Logan, O
Don't yon want a Pool or Bill.-
iard Table? Bott Bros., Columbus, '
Ohio, will sell them on easy pay-"
ments, also Bar. fixtures, Billiard
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