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Varm Notes.
f'CoiiHhuit change of slock gives
you no ottnorttnmy to realize the
full value of any brood, however
goon.
Prudent fsirmlnir never pinches
preparation of laud for the need, be
cause Hint in tho outcome is lessen
ed production.
There iliu few products of llio
,fiirm that hnvo kept so nenr full
.prices us eggs through the long
.period of depression.
See that there are furrows plowed
tin your Hems ho that the water can
escape freely. This applies espec
ially to the wheat and berry-Holds.
Horses that work on dusty high
ways or fluids reciove much bune-
hflt from occasional washing, even
sertihoing with soap, an operation
hoaslly and expeditiously perormed.
' Do you know that the soil In (hat
part of your garden where you
.Wish to make your earliest plantlnj:
IWill dry several days earliur if It is
thrown into ridges this fall ?
Don't bo deceived in feeding corn
meal to milch cows. Feed freely,
It at first Increases the milk flow,
hut soon goes to fat anil lessens the
milk. Many n valuable cow has
boon Injured by overfeeding in this
way.
Bushel crates with shitted sides
are a handy device for handling
potatoes, or apples, or for storing
them. When filled they may be
piled one over another five or six
feet high. These do away with
bins In the cellar.
See that your horses, cattle and
fowls hnvo u variety of food. You
recognize on your owu diet. Be
jnember that your stock will appre
ciate a change as readily as your
self. The value of the cattle of this
) country is estimated by Commis
sioner C olmun at the large sum of
$1,200,003,000, and he says the an
nual products of these animals are
four times the yearly earning of all
the railroads of the country.
Tobacco dust is an excellent in
secticide, as it will prevent lice in
nests of hens If freely dusted there
in, as well as being an excellent
protection against thoso insects
thnt damage gooseberries, squash
currants, when used for that pur
peso. The colt that has been turned out
on the pasture should be given a
I mess of bruised or ground oats in
the morning, with whole" oats at
night. Keep the colt growing, and
he will be much more valuable
. when matured.
If early lambs are desired the
rams and ewes should bo coupled
at this season, and as the difference
in the price of an early and late
lamb is very great the profit de
pends upon when the ewes lamb
and on the care bestowed.
If when young sheep are shed
ding their teeth they look poor and
ailing, separate them awhile from
tho rest of the Hock and pamper
them a llttlo with extra food easily
eaten. They will soon gain their
wonted appearance.
Look to your water supply, and
bo sure that you are drinking pure
water. See that your cows and
horses have water. If milch cows
consume impure water it is almost
as bad as though you consumed it
yourself if you use the milk and
butter.
Many a young horse, kindly dis
posed, has his temper spoiled by
harsh ways and loses half his value
with no compensating advantage
'above justification of brutish In
stincts in the cruel driver, to whom
the lash might bo applied with
greater reason.
A fall market for potatoes, if it
give fair profit on cost of produc
tion, is much safer than a spring
market, for there is always liability
to mishaps whereby tho element of
uncertainty is greatly increased,
and often the whole margin of
profit is lost before the spring
opens.
When a farmer begins warfare
upon tlte plantain family in his
meadows and pastures lie must
expect a long contest, and that
will bo held only by vigilant
effort, the final triumph to be
every point of vantage gained
well earned by a struggle rarely
ending in tho first year.
It is not the quantity of butter
niude from which tho profit Is de
rived but tho quality. Tho best
brood of cows known will not pro
duce good butter unless the condi
tions are favorable and the man
agement perfect. The "gilt-edge'
in given by the dairyman and not
by tho cow.
Tho quantity, condition and
nmount of wool will depend much
on the vigorous health of tho ani
mal producing it. If the animal Is
not in good health or If Its food
has been deficient In quunlty, or
faulty in quality, tho fleece will be
light and the libro will be harsh
and rough to thetoueh.
Tho varnish on carriages is often
ruined by being hou.ictl where am
monia arises from horse manure
' therein. This may bo avoided by
sprinkling plaster freely. It also
makes the stables healthier for
horses. Hut carriages should be
kept in a separate building.
If Tho National Live Stock Journal
insists that it does not pay to keep
any kind of animals after they have
stopped growing, if being fattened
for sale. Nor does it pay to let
them stop growing, If being fatten
ed for sale. Nor does It pay to lot
them stop growing at any period
before they have attained their full
' development. Any such stoppage
"X is u.deud loss.
.t
if.-t uur murtiuiH receive a inrgo
t-y' i.,. ..! i..r....i.... .1....... mi.. i..
jiuiiiuui ui iiiiviitu nnuvi. i iimu la
l,r a large prone in good choice mutton
' sheep, us they are scarce. A cross
f. of tho Kouthori), Oxford or Shrop-
"' alilnt w'IMi In rim ('(milium invrni
I , gives oxc,olloit rosulln,,. adding not
rjf but ulao to the price,
The National Hanks are now
bringing all tho Inlluoneo of their
money-bags to bear on tho Treasury
in tho hope to discredit and retard
tho retirement of three per cents.
Their latest device appears to bo a
threat that they will retire from
tho system If com polled to deliver
up their bonds or call and Invest
in the higher securities. Tills Is
the prize Joke of the season.
Politics nre getting decidedly
mixed In Ihn west upon tho tariff
tiuestlon. The Republicans of
Minnesota adopted a resolution In
favor of reducing the tarlir upon
the necessities of tho people and
then Invited Mr. Blaine, who evi
dently thinks the tarlfi'ought to be
higher, to address them. Tho same
party In the First Michigan District
has nominated a -Free-Trader for
Congress. Tho West Is getting on.
Abate The Surplus.
As Congress has neglected its
duly of preventing a Treasury sur
plus by reducing the war taxes, it
is the duty of tho President to abate
it, so far as ho lawfully may, by
payments upon the public debt.
The receipts of the Treasury since
Sept. 1st exceed tho expenditures
by .$11,01)0,000. The surplus above
the $ 100,000,000 reserve and the
fractional silver is now above $70,
000,000. There are still over Jf!0,
000,000 of uncalled three per cents.
They should be wiped out, tho in
terest stopped and the unnecessary
surplus added to the available
money of the country, Instead of re
maining a temptation to Congress
ional extravagance. This Govern
ment wns'not instituted and is not
maintained to supply a profltablo
basis for banking. Tho redeemable
bonds should be redeemed.
DR. 0. C. FARQUHAR,
PHYSICIAN AND" SPECIALIST.
Zanesville. Ohio.
CURES:
Deformities, Stiff.
Joints, Lung Dis
eases, Piles, Asthma, Bronchitis
and Consumption (in Its Incipient
stage) Rheumatism, Liver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia, St Vitus' Dance,
Fits, Kidney and Blood Diseases,
atarrah, Head Ache, Weak and
Aching Back, Neuralgia and all
and every Chronic Disease, Old
Sores, Scrofula and all Skin Dis
eases.
I locate tho disease, by making
a chemical examination of a sam
ple of the patient's urine. The first
passed in the morning preferred.
Mu treatment for I'll en in new,
jialtile.su, safe ami certain. 31 u
own Method,
All disease caused from secret
habits, Loss of Virility, Manhood
and Vital Force treated success
fully, as thousands can testify,
whoso life, previous to cure, was
miserable.
Female Diseases of all kinds,
successfully cured in a short time.
AT THE
R-EIUnPEI-i HOUSE,
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
IN
TERMS CASH, PRICES REASONABLE.
A well dressed young man pro
cured a team at Norwalk, Conn.,
and going with it to a public square
began to sell cull-buttons at 2") cents
a pair and then buy them back for
50 cents. He next bold gold charms
for $1 and bought them for $2.
Then ho took from a bag a number
of alleged gold watches and placing
Inside tho case of each a .110 bill
oirered them for!j10each. Ho soon
disposed of nearly 100 and then
hurried away and boarded an ex
press train for New York. Tho
watches wore afterward found to
be brass cases, and the $10 bills had
disappeared. The man has work
ed the same game hi several other
cities throughout tho State, and In
spite of tho antiquity and transpar
ency of the uwlndlu tho victims
wore all prominent business men.
Uncommonly largo yields of
wheat per aeroarenoted Indllforont
localities In Ohio thisyear. Among
them Is reported one or two farms
of Mr John Apel, in Wood county,
who threshed 21)00 bushels, tin aver
age of r3 bushels to the aero. An
other is Hint on the farm of Conrad
Sunkel, near theMusklngum county
Infirmary, whogot7A0 bushels from
an 18-acio Hold, nil nvorago of 40
bushels and n iVactlou to tho acre,
T v ivn R
ui. i, imu u.
J)eHlQunltiyrSuod Wheat.
Farmers desiring lo secure thebesl
of Martin's Amber wheat, White
wheat, also the prolific, hardy
lOtiropenn Wheat, for seed, can se
cli re the same of Col. llonipel. at
his ware house in Logan, 0. The
crops of the above wheats for tho
seasons of 1885 and 1880 have been
very satisfactory and largely bo
ned the picduet of the common
Wheat heretofore raised in this
county Come and examine It.
VATiU AISLE FAKM FOR
SALE,
Located In Marion Township
three miles northeast of Enter
prise, Hocking Co Ohio.
(65 Acres in Good Condition,
With all necessary buildings In
good repair. TEUMS EASY.
For part tall firs call on
JACOB F. BAUEB,
On premises.,
or address him at Logan, O,
To Cincinnati and Return
$3.00,
With free admission to the Exposi
tion. ON OCTOBER 5TII,
the C, II. V. & T. lt'y will sell Hound
Trip tickets to Cincinnati from all
stations east and south of Logan at
the above rate, good going only on
date of sale and returning on or be
fore October i)th, 1880.
Tickets will be on sale for both
morning trains only at all coupon
ofllecs,and an agent ofthe company
will be on trains to supply passen
gers from Intermediate stations
with tickets.
H. J. FAIiKKXllACK,
Gen. Pass. Agent,
POUTZ'S
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
Ho limes will Hie or Couc. Pot or Lcho Fa
TR, If toms'ii l'oitcr nre meel In time.
Konlrs I'ouilrrt III rnrr nml pre rnl 1 Ion rnoi its u
Fontz'i I'OMiten will pn-iriit Oaith in" r'M
Jouu- Howilcm 1II lnrroie tlie nnnntliy ot mill:
nil crenm twenty per cent, nml mukv tlio butter flrri
Fonti rowdern will rnre or prevent fttmot htkkY
1)i;pase to which llomu uil ( ntllenro mhlcct.
Focrz'a I'ovvntr.s mill oitk bATUncnox.
Bold eery where.
DAVIS E. FOUTZ, Proprlotor.
DALTIKOHE, MS.
Tor Kiilo by V. V. Hem pel, LiiKUii, O.
One Single Fare to Chicago
and lletnrn. on Saturdays.
Tho Chicago & Atlantic R'y Co.,
will issue, commencing Saturday,
August 14 and continuing until
further notice, round trip excursion
tickets from all stations to Chicago
and return at one single fare for
the round trip on Saturdays only.
These tickets will be good going
only on train No. 1, of Saturdays,
which arrives in Chicago at (1:1") p.
m., and will be accepted for the re
turn passage on any regular train
scheduled to stop at station" named
on ticket, if presented not later
than train No. 10, leaving Chicago
at 8:!li a. in. Monday following day
of sale. These reduced rales will
enable the patrons of this line to
visit Chicago at a very nominal
cost. For further information, call
on or address tho nearest agent of
the company. S. v. Sjfow,
F. lluot'ciirroN.
a. p. a.
Gen'l Man., Chicago.
STUKEY BROTHERS'
SUMMER CORDIAL
CRAMP CURE,
AXD-
Turougu-by-NigM Pills,
For Sale by F. F. REMPFL and
J. N. ALTOP, Lagan, O. 3m S
ISAIAH OK.1,
-Healer in-
Coal delivered In any quantity to
any part of the city at tho
lowest market price.
Leave orders at Geo. Fox'riXcnt Storo.
Mr. Voris has also an extensive
VEGETABLE GAltDEN, and is
prepared to furnish all kinds of
Vegetables Fresh every morning
from his garden.
Reasonable Prices & Fair Dealing
To all who
patronage.
may give him
tholr
Sn
Tho wholo country is clamoring
for a fresh supply of ono and two
dollar bills, Tho silver dollars are a
nuisance in business, and tho small
denomination paper notes aro very
scarce, and thoso In uso aro ragged
and lllthy. Tho Tronrjury Ih turn
ing out nownllvor cortlllculosof the
ten-dollar variety, hut tho. small do
uouiimitioiis will not ho ready un
til next maiitli.iV. V. World,
Tho Chester White hog Juts now
been bred so uniformly as to place
ii in uie ciass or strictly purp
I breeds,
ryWMk y,TZT JFji
cXar&fcs uSis &idgb
Cekbmed Haydsn Deal
JOHN E. RAUCH,
Always to tho Front,
flic Id Reliable Shoe Store,
BOOK & UK
The very best and latest tyles
of MenV, Lndics',and Children's
Heavy and Strong Boots and
Shoes, for every day work ; also
Light, Elegant, Fashionable
for Cents, Ladles, Misses and
Children.
The Best Assortment
Of any store in Logiln. Tho
cheapest prices and tho most
reliable goods.
llootn, SIioch and fiU)tpvvn prompt
ly repaired.
CUSTOM WORK.
The best shoemakers of Logan
are employed, and work made to
order. Tho public .has my thanks
for liberal custom, and are invited
to continue their patronage.
JOHN E. RAUCH.
Imi)
List of Justices of the Peace ami Town
ship Clerks of Hocking County, 0.
linXTOX TOWNSHIP.
JUKTICKS UV THIS fKACKl
Namkh. Post Ofkici:
K. T. Horn, Oilnr drove.
A. J. Duvorc, Kouth lIloiiMilnnvllle.
cm:uk.
Ocoro W. CIIII, South llloomlngvllle.
KAIiI.S TOWNSHIP.
.TUSTlCnSOrTHK I'KAOK.
Win. M. Diivey, Ixxsnn.
John I-. Wlilli', lA)(run.
lli'iijiimiti Helmut, 1.11','mi.
(loo. W. Urchin, Logiui.
CI.UUK.
T). 31. Kannilc, Iienit.
fl.KltK l)K LOnAK SCHOOL MHTIMirr.
John HviiHpn, Lognii.
CI.KKK (KIUK BCIKKir. ntSTItU'T.
P. J. Uotiiltlvc, New Gore.
(iOOI)HOPK TOWNSHIP.
JVSTICES OK Tlti: I'KACi:.
Alhert Wear, ltoelc llrhlcP.
I). H. Hills, Koclt llrUlRe.
Cr.KHK.
Wm. ('iirppiitcr, Itock UrUtKO.
Cl.KItK MII.I.VIM.K HCIIOOt. DlHTItlCT.
(leo. W. Ihiplcr, Itock llildgc.
i:ki:n township.
JL'Kriuns ok this ruAui:.
.Inlin ('. Wolf, Lokiui.
Clinrletf Nitiiiii'inuKpr, ureeiulule
CI.lMIK.
Ellas Clnrk, Loxun
LA UlUHi TOWNSHIP.
.irsTICKSOKTlIK I'KACM. ,
Tliiii. Hutchinson, (lllilrionvlllp,
!lmrle-('iip,
T. I). WihhI-i,
(llhlMlnvllic
Ulblrioiivllle.
i'I.kiik.
I,. (ilmUnun, Cilbl.-onvlllc.
ci.KKK (ilniso.svii.i.;: iicnooi. msritiuT.
J. H. Miirulnm, UIIiInoiivIIIp.
MARION TOWNSHIP.
jr.si'ici:'iiii"i'iii: ii:ack.
O. W. l'mxitie, Lowm.
John S. Mmtln, lliciueii or Lupin.
iM.i:r.K.
Renson llnrnen, 1,0551111.
PKIIKV" TOWNSHIP.
ji'sticks nr-niK rr.AtV.
I. St. Klo.il, South Perry.
.1; li. HhKou, l.mnclvlllc.
T. J. .Stump, Houth p.iriy.
cr.miK.
P. St. Floyd, Fouth Perry.
ri.Kiti; i.Auiu:i.vii.i.r. school DisTr.icr.
J. II. IUakoii, ' I.iiuielvlllo.
SATroRi:i:ic townsh ip.
.irhHCKh OK T1IK l'ACI!.
T). I.. Oiivls, HnyiiPH.
llcnjiiinln Htuvciihon, Ilnynci-.
' ci,i:itK.
J. C. IJiitlcr, IlnyncH.
STA1UI TOWNSHIP.
JChTItlEa OKT1IK l'KAfi:.
J. ('. Ili'nik'ihon,
K. M. Slum,
Union Fttrtinrp.
Htmr,
II. S. Brown,
WA11D TOWNSHIP.
Ktnrr.
jvtnci:s oi'priiK i'KAck.
Kilns lloudlnot.
Ciirhonlilll.
II N. OKdun,
OrblsUm.
CI.KI'.K.
John IC. (Short, Carhonhlll
VASHINtlTON TOWNSHIP.
JUSl'ICKA OK TIIK I'KACK.
A.W. Muuk, ' Kwnn
IC.U.Miirtlu,
V. M. (ioidon.
i; tut;.
Kwllig.
Cl.KItK.
Columbus,- Hocking Yalley and Toledo
liAILV'Ai:
TIME CARD,
Taking Effect May 30th, 1886.
Central Time.
KOUTH HOUND.
I.v Toledo
" l''oitorlu
" Cnivy , ...
" Up, Siiiidiidlcy
" Murlon
' l'roeiKTt .....
4 10 um 10 10 inn
ft .17 inn 11 .'II nin
II .11 mu 12 u pin
7 in mu 12 10 pm
7 IS mu 1 18 pin
tiusmn 1 to pm
8;llmn 2Uipm
DIM mn ilOOpiu
.1 Xi pill
7 U2 pin
7 8.1 pin
8 10 pin
8 47 pm
II 07 pm
n :ti in..
l.ulllMlirr
ArColiiinlius
10 m pm
I.v (Joliiiuhiu
" LnneiiHlor
" I.ok.111
..... 7 fto um a u.1 put (i oo pm
I) 15 mil 427piu 7 18pm
, ...10 0211111 ri'JTipiu 8 02 pill
Ar Athens
11 01 mn U. 10 pm U 10pm
ArMi'ArllmrJu. .Ilft7nm U 11 pm
" (inlllpollH l:i7pm 8lopm
Ar Pomeroy 2 :12pm UllOpni
NOHTH HOUND.
I.Y Ponierov ..,..,. 4 41mil 4 l.lpni
" (iiilliixiih ft 31 mu ft oopm
" Me.VrlliurJo .. 7 00nin U4.lpm
I.v Athens
, 7 00 nm 7 1.1 pm 12 ilftpm
... aai.ii, ii ,
" Lmieuster
l... r ,
.... ., K 17 mu 8 80 pm l ,17pm
r. ,. . IliUiuii I) M pin 2 20 pm
., lo i) um io 2.1pm :i40pm
nri oimmuiN
I.v (.'oliimiiiiH io 2.1 um l Hum 4 1.1pm
' Dehiwnio 11 M mi) SOT inn S 10pm
" PiiiNpeut 1142HIII fl 02 inn ftlttpm
" Jliirloii . ..luirjpm iiirjnm ftftipm
" Up. Huiidimliy. I on pm 7 Iftiun il i.liim
' Cnrey . . 1 2i pm VIWillll 7 01 pin
" ! osiorln l .11 pm 8 in mu 7 mi pm
ArToiedn :i lOpm ii 2.'iiiih oixipm
Note an runnliif of train m,
Triiln puvlniiriiluinlinniiHil1i. in. (norlli
Ixiiind) 1'iin.siliillv, mi eurileKthroiiuliKleiiiM'i'
Inuililnivd. vln. l-'ohiorln mid II. .to. It. It,
Trnlii nrrivlnu! nl Ciilumhii-t nl :i;!jii. in. ruim
ilully, iiikI t-iirilcH lliiiiinjli hkep'.i' Iroui (Mil
i'iiko to CiilmiihiiH, Wiiiililiinlnii mid Ilnlll-
IIWIlll.
Dlivel ('Oiini'elloiiHliiiidnlii I'nlon Oepot nt
('oliimiiiiH fur Nt'wiirk. ZiuiMvlllu, I 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 k.
WliMillnir, lliillliiioii', WiiHliliiirloiiiiiul Piillii
delphhi; umi fur Dnvton, (!ii Iniiull, IxmU
vllfe. mid nil polnlH Koutli nml KoiilhweHt.
ir-(;i(ji eomieetlqni, lit Tiiledo lor ll.-liolt
uiid nil jKilnta In illehlitiiu mid Cmnulii.
Heiiorill P.ibsbllsCTliild'J'kketlvfenl.
(J, It. Oaiiii, tL ' C'ulnwii'iwTo h o.
SHOES
AL. K.flUMhEMai
Oil
Dun
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WEEKLY WORLD
i
FOP
If tho History Is sent by mall 10
cents extra must' bo sent to pay
postage.
Logan School Examiners Meetings.
The. nonnlof School Kxnmlricrs of Loriui
VIIIiiko will hold rcKUlnr ineetliiK for the ex
mnlimtlon of npplleniitx for Icnehers ccrtlll-e-ilPHiiMfollowx.
viz: ON Tin: Timiii 'Wkii.
NKSDAYM OKFi:illltIAUY,Al,ltir.,.TUKi:, Alttl
UHT, OCTOIIKH AND DhCKMllKIt lit tllO Ollleu
of IhoHnperliitciHlent, 111 tho kcIhkiI Inilkllni;
ofwild Vllliiitoiit lOoVlneli A. JI.,ofeneli day.
Ily order of F.xiinilncru.
J.H. Dte, President.
A. II Wii.hon. Clerk.
Chicago & Atlantic Railway Company.
TIIVIE CARD,
Taking Effect July 11, 1886.
WKSTWARI).
Ktiitlonx. No. .", No. n No. 1 No.:W No. 17
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-iriiiniKiopiimvon Hiuiini. (
j nuns. i,.,,, r.'. ..nnii ii,oiiiiy. .ui iiini'is
dully e.secpt .siuulny.
Tr.iln 8 linn Pulltnuii lluiret nleeplnir enr
C'IiIoiikd to New York dully, through T.-ltliout
ehiiuiro.
Tniln 12 Imi Pullmmi lluiret Sleeping ennuli
e In llinton mid New Yorlc dully.
Tniln :i hiisl'iilluimi Uullet riloeiilne eor.eh
es irum lloslim nml New York dully.
Ti ul n.1 hus Pnlliumi lluiret Sleeper from
Nev York to C'hlensro dnllv.
All tmins nrrlve nt mid depnrt from tho new
Di'iiihnrn Hlntlon. Clilenjio.
Piihsuncpi s tiikiii,;ti'.iliis!Wll,!!2,"'l.or 17 must
piiK-tiretleltets beloio lionrdln tlmtiulii.
Piim'IWpin who limy he koIiii; enst or wiwt,
will llnd II to their Intel ct to eousult thu
imeutKof thiM eompmiy. Mho will Kivethelu
nil liiformutloii In U'K.nil to rntes unit eon
neetlons. H. W. SNOW,
I' ItitoimiiToN, (lenernl Pii"-eniier Agt.
General Mutineer. Oiiic.uio.
PINOINNATI,
ASIIINGTON
K BALTIMORE
Xiltiili'oacl.
The only lino running Palace Sleep
ing Cars, llulfet Cars and
Day Coaches to
Washington and Baltimore,
Without C'hanrc.
Direct Connection for all Points
Fast and Soutieant.
The Favorite Short Lino
To Cinciniuiti, Indianapolis,
bt. ijoius, Ulucno,
Kansas City and Omaha.
Onlfle enmieetlnim enrmito lniulu In
IJiilon Deixits with the Bi'eut Through
Lines to nil points In the West, North
west mid Southwest. fWAvnltl ""
elri'iiltoiis unites, willed nceessltul'
delnys mid extrn nspnuso In lodulni?
mid iiieuls.
Palace Sleeping Cars to St.
Louis without change.
Lowest ItlltCH,
Quickest Time, Best Accommodations.
'iruiliH lenvo Athena I'.nstwnid. I';pivH,
-,.iii, in, iiiu 1111.111. iiiiiij. iieiti, ,ii ii. ill
1:20 p. in.; except Hundiiy, Wehtwmd, H.v
press, 2'i7 il, III, i I0X u,r in,, ilully. Jieiil,
U.ll.i. ... . II. "II.. ... ......... LJ.....I....
Mew
01
ui.ii ii. hi., ii. ..in. in,, e.w.'i. nilllilll.v.
Truliis lenvo MoArllmr Junotlon Kuxlwiinl.
Fellies, l:.1l ii. in,; II ;r, i ii. in,, ilully, ,oeul,
llllKlu, in,; 12110 IHMiii. e-icclil Huuduy. West
wind, lixpiebs,!l:21u. in.j llti'il n. in., dully,
tsienl, 7:00 u, pi.; ViWHi, in.; 2:l'J p. in,, exeept
Muiidiiy. ' '
JMr-For fu trior Inriiriiiiitloti mil Um bos l
PomOIiIii rules npply In At-eiit ),, W. A II, rati-niiiil,-.
'. Niitl, Ayl. il Athens. (J. I,, liwlmr,
Aut.nt.MiiAilhur.liiiKlloii.oc In K. J. Pai,
io.v, Tr.ivullmf PiiH-muer At;!., ('lileolie,0,
jAH.H.riTKWAUr. W.1I. ICino.
(lenornl .Mnmiwr, . Asi' a, p, A
OINUfNNATX,
FOR
hi E
m mm
AND ON EASY TERMS,
Two Htory Frame IIouso of Seven Largo ltdoins, Two Cellars, Well,
Cistern, Stnblo, Largo Com Crib, Carriage House, Coal House and nil
Convioncotf. Situated within two blocks of Court House, on Main St..
Good Location. Will sell Promptly at nbout One-Half tho original
Cost.
ALO 18 ACRES OF LAND,
Within tho Corporation LlniltsndJnlnlngtlieaalllghorfarmontheWest.
Tills tract will make Eighty or Ninety Town Lots, and Is very valuable
Land for Gardening purposes, will sell same In ono tract or divide If
desired. For further information, Address or call on tho undersigned
at Lancaster, O., or G. W. BItEIIM, Logan, O.
G. W. ALFRED.
Opera House Bazaar
Is the placo to And the largest lino of Toys, Novelties, Elegant Queens
ware, Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets, Tinware, Guns, Pistols, WnyoiiB, Baby
Carriages, Stationery, Tablets, Inks, Mucilage, Pens, Pencils, Cutlery,
Vases, Bisque Figures, Flower Pots, Full Line of Rubber, China,
"Wax ond Bisque Dolls, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, Baso Bulls,
Jointed Fish Poles, Cross Bows, Target Guns, Canes, Scrap Books, Al
bums, Scrap Pictures, Picture Frames, Slates, Toilet Soaps, Clothe
and Hair Brushes, Musical Goods, Pictures, Mirrors, Japanese Napkins
and all kinds of beautiful things suitablo for presents. Also somo nlco
second hnnd Buggies for sale cheap. I also still keep tho old
RempeFs Drag and Grocery Store,
Corner Market and Main Sts., where may bo found a full lino of Choico
Groceries, Drugs, Paints, Liquor, Tobacco, Cigars, Baled Hay and
Straw, and Agency for Bowkcr's Fertilizers, Cement, Ac. All tho
above articles at hard time prices.
Agent for tho Buckeye Drill, of
on the markat.
I offer to the farmers of Hocking
desire to secure good stock of
S;2aosrt2 :E3toEaa Osfctte
The Chance to Select
from my herd of Thoroughbred Dark Bed Cattle, somo very lino Bull
and Heifer calves, of various ages, at reasonable rates. Como and anil
select now while Ihere is a fine lot of extra young stock on hand.
For storing Furniture, Implements, Merchandise or Material of any
kind at' reasonable rates, at Furniture Brick Building at Head of
Main St. F. P. ItEMPEL.
DOWN THEY COME!
QO
THEY MUST.
THOKOUGIIBRED
Short-horned Cattle and Poland-China Hogs of all ages
and both sexes for sale at low prices, to reduce stock.
Pedigrees guaranteed,
MATHIAS& SO,
Enterprise, O.
Schedule of Arrivals and Departure of
Malls at the Lona l'oslolllee.
AltWVAJ.H.
8:15 a. in.; 0:57 a. in.; 1 :U7 p. in.;
5:15 p, m,
wiPAUTintKH.
7:-li ii, in.; I)j27 a. in.; 1;07 p. in.;
1:10 p. in.
UTAH ltOl'TK MAII.H.
Arrive nt 11 ;!) a. in.; lenvo at
1:00 p. ui. Mulls io uiid from (lie
following towns on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays of ouch
week :
South Blponilngvillo, Cedar
Grove, Ilaynes, Black .luck, South
l'orr.v, uiniHonvi ue, koc ; iiouso,
Mr, Ploaaant, Swan, vllesboro, Ew-'ng.
SALE.
at a rat mm
Springfield, Onto, tho best seed drill
and adjoining counties who may
m
HOUSE,
Church Directory.
PltllHIIYTKIllAN ClUMICU, ltuV. DllVld K.
MiKire, Piistnr. PrvnuliliiK ovury Hnhlsitli
lit ll):U0 u. m, nml 7:.'lo p. M. Weekly pruyur
ineetlin; Weduesduy uvenlm; nt7,:Hlp. in,
1 nuns peoples pruyur nieollnt; Halibut Ii
uvriirui; ut li::lU o'elnulc,
(lltAOKUi'isi'oi'Ai, CliiAi'Ki., (,'nr. Miillwrry
mid Hunter Ht, ltuv. J, M. Kemlrlek, 1). IS.
iirt'oliliiilius, imslor, Hesvlees every niter
mile Ki'liluy nlKlit.
.Mi'.iiiiiiiiHr KrtHcoi'Ai. Ciiuuuii, ltuv. flmi.
W. Illinis, piiNtor. John T, KuiiUerwm H, H.
Hiiperjuteiidmit. Hiililuith Serviced Preiwili
Iiik ii::ui it. in, mid iwp.ui. ciimsesUi.'Uiii.iii.
Hundiiy Seluiol ;', p. m. I'nier nicelluif
Mondiiy mid Tliurtdiiy iiluhlK.
Tiiinitv l'JVASimi.ifiAi. liuriil-HtAN, North
iltillieny street. lleKiilnrM'rvleesiliilleriimij
or KiikIMi every Sublmjli ut lUi.'KI u. iiiiind
7iW) p, in. Pustor, lluy Kiiiinieyer. Itvsl-
duueo nt purHoiiiige, Nnrlh Mulherry street,
BT. MATIIKWH KVANOKI.IOAI. J.IITIIKIIAS,
KiiHt lluiitor htreot, Uiv. I, F. Mltler, I'iih
tor. PreiiehliiK uvory Huuduy nt u n. in.
uiid a p. in. Hiiniliiy wihoni u u. hi. mid 1 p,
in. Knitllsli eiiuli iillerunto Huuduy niter.
noun.
Hr.JuiiNU.VTliat.ie, T J.Cndy Hector. Mftiw
uverrHiimluy lit H mid 10 ii. m. entechUm,
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