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A Oveat "War Impending.
All tins news from nbroiul Indl
rites tho near approach of the
greatest International conflict
kuown to history, Tlio burning
Kaslern question Is about to bo re
opened, and Kussta will ngalu en
deavor to drive tlio TurktHli Sub
itum Porta out of Kuroito and cap
ture Constantinople. This war If It
eonniieneei will probably Involve
every continental power. So far
ns can bo foreseen, Russia's only
ally will bo France, whileUerniany,
Austria, and England will bo united
to beat back Ittiisia's advance on
Constantinople. Ihigland will have
her hands full in guarding the
frontiers of llindoostan from the
southern inarch of the Muscovite
fcoldiers. The conflict in Central
Asia will open by the siege Of Her
at by llussin. For countless ages
that fortress has been the objective
point of all tlio military powers
which aimed at Invading what are
now the Urlttsh East Indies. It
has been looked upon as the open
door to tiic pen insula, the key of
the military situation in Southern
Asia. Should It fall, it will be om
inous to the British power in Asia.
ltUHshi lias one advantage over
Great llritain in dealing with
alien races. It is abe to assimilate
with and absorb a conquered peo
ple. For nearly a thousand years
the Russian has been steadily press
ing southward, and as one race
after another was subdued they
have been incorporated into and
mode a part of the Russian people.
This is as true of the recent con
quests in Central-and Southern
Asia, as it was when the Tartars
and Cossacks around the Caspian
Sen submitted to the authority of
tlio Czar. England's policy has
been different; it lias conquered
many nations in different parts of
the earth; but has never intermar
ried with or treated as equal any
save thone of its own Caucasian
race; hence the Englishman in In
dia is isolated, and tlio Hindoos look
upon him as an intruder and a
usurper. This is what will give
Russia the advantage, when the
fight takes place for the po.sscs.sion
of India. Demoresl's Monthly for
The Indians Disapp earing
The- Rev. Dr, Barrows has recent
ly published his views on the Indian
question as derived from a thorough
investigation made in the West in
tho summer of '85. This investiga
tion goes to prove that the Indians,
instead of increasing in numbers,
as lately reported by the Indian
Commisoners, are "wasting and
disappearing." In 1820, it was es
timated by a government ofllcial
.that thero was 425,760 Indians
within the boundaries of the Unit
ed States, and to this amount
must bo added the number of In
dians in the territory since annexed.
According to tho census taken just
then, the sum-total of all tho In
dians within the present boundar
ies in the United States at that
time was o2G,.02. Our last census
ppts them at 255,938, Alaska not in
cluded. The decrease, then, would
Mcetu to bu 100,531. These figures,
especially tho original estimate,
are extremely uncertain. Dr. Bar
rows proves that among the civiliz
ed and semi-civilized Indians, the
falling oil' is 2,000 per iinum for tlio
last eighteen years. Allowing
these figures to be true, the increase
if Indeed there bo such of the sav
age Indians, who number only CO,
000, could not balanco tho loss
among the other 200,000. He there
fore concludes the Indians are
wasting away, This result may
have been inevitable; but one can
not but thnk that with our present
civilization, the showing should
have been better. "I tremble for
my country," said Thomas Jeffer
bon "when I remember that God
is just." From Ikmorest'a Monthly
which, like the giant devil-fish,
harbors In deep waters, and Is rurot
ly seen, but which some day will
permit Itself to bo captured to
prove that it exists. 1 saw a cong
er curled among the rocks on the
Cornwall coast, where It had been
left by tho tide, that looked to my
eyes like a boa constrictor, and
that when killed measured over
eight feet in length. If they will
reach this size along shore, why
should they not grow to ton or
twenty times the bulk when they
remain unmolested In tho fastness
es of the rocky deep ? If tho squid
can develop into the dovll-llsh, why
not the conger Into tho sea-serpent?
Xcw York News.
Oct. 14, 188G.
The fine weather the last few
days has enabled tho farmers to
thresh out their clover seed in a
good condition, and it will not bo
long until they will bo busy husk
ing corn. Tlio corn crop is very
good tills fall.
Dr. T. Irwin and his daughter
Lulu, and son Rochester, are, at
present, the guests of relatives in
Morgan county, O.
Henry Campbell, formerly of tills
place but now of Bloomingville,
was the guest of relatives at South
Perry, last Sabbath.
Mr. William Beavers, of this vi
cinity, who has been staying in
North Baltimore, O., for some tinio
past has returned home.
Mr. Ben White and family, who
spent the summer here, lias re
turned to Logan, where lie will en
gage in school teaching the com
The greatest social event of the
seasonin "Katydid Hollow," was
the Floyd reunion on last Sabbath
Quite a number of relatives gath
ered there to have a general good
old feast, which they hud without
any doubt. Henry says, golly!
guess 1 got one good meal.
Several changes have been made
in our vicinity by moving during
the past week.
Mr. James Weaver and family
moved from North street to Main,
where ho lately erected a fine resi
dence, closo to his store; also John
Steel and family from Laurelville
to our village, occupying the Val
ley House, formerly kept by Jake
Cupp, ho retircing to a house more
westward on Main Street.
Mr. Lewis Wagner is in Cincin
nati on business this week.
Mr. Samuel Lutz is on the sick
list suffering from the effects ague.
Corn cutting is about completed
for this year. Box Ami.
as a tax of two cents per pound on
alt that substance In tho possession
of any dealers. Special tax-years
begin May 1 and end April 30, but
to put the law Into operation tho
taxes wilt bo reckoned from Oct., 1
to April 30 for those dealers who
are selling oleomargarine on tho
day the act goes into effect. For
those who sell It on October 31,
when the law becomes effective,
the taxes will bo reckoned from
November 1, 1880. The special
tuxes are as follows: Manufactures
of oleomargarine, per annum, tffiUO;
from November 1, 1880, to April 30,
1887, i?r,00. Wholesale dealers, per
annum, $180; from November 1, to
April 30, $2 10. Retail dealers, per
annum, $18; from November 1 to
April 30, .t2U
Beat Quality of Seed Wheat.
Farmers desiring to secure tlio best
of Martin's Ambor wheat, White
wheat, alo the prolillc, hardy
European wheat, for seed, can se
cure the same of Col. Renipel, at
liis ware house in Logan, O. Tho
crops of the above wheats for the
seasons of 18S5 and 1SS0 have been
very satisfactory and largely be-
nod the pioduct of the common
wheat heretofore raised in this
county Come and examine it.
For Sale by F. F. REMPEL and
J. N. A L TOP, Logan, O. 8m 8
JOHN E. RAUCH,
Always to the Front,
The old Reliable Shoe Store,
Tlio very best and latest styles
of Men's, Ladlesund Children's
Heavy and Strong Boots and
Shoes, for every day work; also
Light, Elegant, Fashionable
for acnls, Ladles, Misses and
The Best Assortment
Of any store in Logan. The
cheapest prices and the most
Hoots, Shocsand Sllppcrirompt
The best shoemakers of Logan
are employed, and work niado to
order. The public has my thanks
for liberal custom, and nro invited
to continue their patronage.
JOHN E. RAUCH.
EACH ONE YEAR
If tho History is sent by mail 10
cents extra must bo sent to pay
Logan School Examiners Meetings.
Valuable M bUo ai a hi Bap
AND ON EASY TERMS,
3CJ9a" 3La OSSr-fflLEW, OHIO.
Two Story Frame Houso of Bovcn Large Rooms, Two Cellars, Woll,
Cistern, Stable, Largo Com Crib, Carriage House, Coal Houso and all
Conviencci. Situated within two blocks of Court House, on Main St..
Good Location. Will sell Promptly at nbout Ono-Hulf tho original
ALSO 18 ACRES OF LAND,
Within tho Corporation Limits adjoining the Oalligher farm on tho West.
Tills tract will make Eighty orNlnoty Town Lots, nnd is very valuable
Land for Gardening purposes, will sell same in ono tract or dlvldo if
desired. For further information, Address or call on tho undersigned
at.Lancastcr, O., or G. W. BREHM, Logan, O.
G. W. ALFRED.
Coal delivered in any quantity to
any part of the city at the
lowest market price.
Leave orders at Geo. Fox's 3Ieat Store.
Mr. Voris has also an extensive
VEGETABLE GARDEN, and is
prepared to furnish all kinds of
Vegetables Fresh every morning
from Ids garden.
Reasonable Prices & Fair Dealing
List of Jusf ices of the Peace ami Town
ship Clerks of Hocking1 County, 0.
jusncKS of Tiir. teach.
Namp.s. Post Officio
K. T. Horn, Cellar Grove.
A. .1. Dovore, South Illooinlngvlllc.
flcorgo W. GUI, South Bloomingville.
PAIif.S TOWNS II IP.
justices or Tiin i'eacr.
Win. M. Pnvey,
John R Whlla,
Geo. W. lliehui,
D. M. Kanode,
CI.KRK OK LOGAN SCHOOL DIHritlCT.
John Hunsfn, Logan.
CLKRK OORK SCHOOL BIHTKICT.
P. J. Qoodllvc, New Gore.
Tho Hoard of School Kxnmlncrs or Logan
Village will hold regular meetings for the ex
amination of applicants for teachers certifi
cates ns follow, xtoi On the third Wed-
NKSDAYH OP Kr.IJKWARV, Al'RIL, JUNE, Aua
UHr, OCTOiinit AND Pecfmuku nt tho ofllco
oftheBnpcilntondent, In tho school building
ofKald Vlllago lit lOo'clock A. M., of each day.
lly order of EMimlncm.
J.1I. Dtf, President.
A. II Wilson, Clerk.
Chicago & Atlantic Railway Company.
Taking Effect July 11, 1886.
No. .1'No. 6 No. 1 Nu.IW No.47
To all who
may give him
Max and Paul are tho favorite
boys' names in Germany, and Anna
arid Martha the favorlto girls'
names. One boy out of every eight
or nino is called Max. Of -t,00
bchool girls, MS are called Anna
and lfi.r Martha.
Why Not the Sea Serpent?
Apropos of tho son serpent, I
wan,t to go on record as a beliovor
in that fjibled and mystorious mon
itor. I havo mysolf seen big
snakes In tlio spa, without using a
bottle or tumbjor for a telescope. I
havo known of serpents half a doz
en foot long coming aboard of ships
by tho cablo when thoy lay at
anchor in tropical ports, and
onco upon tho lower Mexican
const, lu tho gulf, wo sailed through
water allvo with them. Thoy woro
paid tp Imvo come. In und'out of u
Iresu water river that emptied jnto
( jhe pen nt this "point, If ordinary
land snakes can exist in salt wntor,
why should It not Jiurbor somo
ipocjul HpecJe.H of Kb own?
Tho congor eol of Kngland Is n
hideout) and Vicious reptile, and is
often taken of colossal size, I be
iiovo tlio sea Horpunt Is softie e,lo
j))nut,o tie of (.he crongor sjieolos,
The following are the provisions
of the law passed by the last Con
gross. The tax on wholesale dealer is
$180 per year, and retail dealers
.$ JS per year. The law goes into ef
fect the 31st inst., but that day fall
ing on Sunday will make the time
Tlio law requires that all oleo
margarine shall be packed by the
manufacturer in firkins, tubs or
other woollen packages not before
used for that purpose. Tho use of
tin in the packing and shipping of
oleomargarine will not be allowed,
except as the inner lining of wood
en package., and such packages
must be to combined in " construc
tion that when tho wood and tin
aro separated tho packages will be
so injured in the process as to bo
practically destroyed. Collectors
will not permit the use of any form
of wooden package having a tin
lining for packing oleomargarine
unless a sample of such package
has first been submitted to and ap
poved by tho Commisoners of In
Any oleomargarine found in any
tin packages from which tho outer
wooden case has been removed, will
bo deemed to have been packed in
a package contrary to law, and
any one who sells, or offers for sale,
or delivers or offers to deliver such
a package will bo liable to a flno.
As the retail dealer is required to
sell from original stamped pack
ages, and cannot, as a retail dealer,
sell in such packages, ho is compell
ed to make up his own packages.
New wooden or paper packages
similar to tho30 usunlly employed
In selling butler and lard at retail
may bo usod by n retail dealer In
oleomargarine. It Is required that
each packngo shall bo strong
enough to hold cho oleomnrgarino
securely, with tho exercise of ordi
nary dlligenco on tho part of tho
purchaser, until It Is dollvored nt
tho point of destination.
Each retailor's woodon or paper
packngo must have, besldo tho
unmo and address of tho dealer,
printed or brundod thereon In lot-
tors, not less ihnn ono-quarter of an
Inch square, the word olomnrgnrlno,
nnd tho quantity of pounds con
tained therein, written or printed
thereon us follows; "ono-Jinlf pound
oleomnrgarino." ''One pound oleor
margarine or as tho ctiso may lie.
Tlo law Impiwos speuiul tax on
riuda'dln nlcoiwm ui'lno, im well
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
pg 3m$f swM
m . .cm...wwui r- im Lmtu o-t
So Hess -n III die of Colio. nam or Luna Fa
Tkk, If Foiuz- l'awilro nro used tn time.
Kotitz's l' rtcrsw tltdire iui'1 P ent lloo CnoT.m.
Foiuz's Powders villi prevent Gapes ik ton;--".
toutt'i Portera will Increase tho qmntltr of it
una crenra w euty per cent., and I11M.1! ttia butter Urn
"ro'trt i'owden will enre or prevent almost itibT
Dibvabi to which llorsci awl Lnttlonre. Biihjcct.
FotiTi's Ponnrm mij. oitb Hatiwactiox.
Bold eyerrn here.
DAVIS E. rotJTZ, Proprietor,
For naif hy F. F. Itcmpol, Logan, O.
JUSTICKH OF THE I'KACn.
Allmrt Wfir Hmk Ttrliltre,
0. 11. HulK, llock Ilrlilye.
Wrn. Carpenter, llock Hrlilpo.
CI.OtK MII.I.VILI.K RCHOOI, HISTIUCr.
Clco. W. Duplcr, llock Urldsc
JUSTICES OF Tlin I'EACK.
John O. Woir, Lo'an.
Clutrleb Nuiiuemalccr, Grconelnli-.
Kilns Clark, LoRon.
JUftTU'BH UFTIIK TEACE.
Tho. Hutchinson, . OlhlsonvUlo.
Chariot Cupp, (illilsonvlllo.
T. 1). WooJh, Ululhonvlllr.
L. Glnilman, Glblhom lllo.
CI.EHK OinlSOKVII.I.K HCIIOOI. lllBTIitCT.
J. B. Mnrclaml, Glblsonvlllf.
JUE1ICE3 OFT1I3C PEACE.
Ci, W. FraMiri', TViRnu.
John S. Moilin, Bremen or Lugnn.
Ilonson Iiarncs, Lognn.
JUSTICES OF THE I'EACK.
P. M. Flo.Ml, South Porry.
.1. 11. ltlmrm. l.HiireMllr.
T. J. htuinp, Houth l'jrry.
P. M. Flojil, South Perry.
CLKltK LUIlCt.VILI.E SCHOOL DlbTMCT.
J. It. Klas.on, Lamvlvllle.
JUSTIChS IIPIIIB PEACE.
P. L. ItavlH, HayncK.
lienjamln Htovcuhon, Huynt.7.
J.C. Ilutlcr, Hr.ynis.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
J. C. Ilcnilerbou, Union Furnace.
r. 31. .Sluis, Hturr.
II. H. Brown, Btarr.
Marlon . ..
KlnRoland .. "
Jlollvar . .. "
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la the place to find the largest line of Toys, Noveltlea, Elegant Queens
ware, Dinner Sets, Toilet Sets, Tinware, Guns, Pistols, Wagons, Baby
Carriages, Stationery, Tablets, Inks, Mueilttge, Pens, Pencils, Cutlery,
Vases, Bisquo Figures, Flower Pots, Full Line of Rubber, China,
Wax ond I Bisque Dolls, Perfumery and Toilet Articles, Base Balls,
Jointed Fish Poles, Cross Bows, Target Guns, Canes, Scrap Books, Al
burns, Scrap Pictures, Picture Frames,!; Slates, Toilet Soaps, Clothe
andjllair Brushes, Musical Coodi, Pictures, Mirrors, Japanese? Napkins
and all kinds of beautiful things auitablo for presents. Also somo nice
second hand Buggies for sale cheap. I also still keep the old
Reipel's Drag and Grocery Store.
Corner Market and Main Sts., where may be found a full line of Cholco
Groceries, Drugs, Paints, Liquor. Tobacco) Cigars, Baled Hay' and
Straw, and Agncy for Bowkor'a Fertilizer Coment, &c. All tlio
above articles at hard timo pricos.
Agent for tho Buckeye Drill, of Springfield, Onio, tho beat seed drill
on tho niarkat.
I offer to tho farmers of Hocking and adjoining counties who may
desiro to secure good .stock of
ISLCS-ft :e-S:o:kb:s3. OssfrO.
Limn. . .
4 00 11 18
4 45 12 07
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5 00 . ,
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5 30 , .
0 St A.M.
11 25 4 40
1 CO 6 IS
2 05 7 25
3 31 8 25
6 10 10 15
JUSTICES OP THE TEACE.
II N. OriIcu,
John n. Blunt, Carbonhlll.
JUSTICE'S OP THE PEACE.
A. W. Mttulr, Swan.
1;. a. jntriin,
Trains run on Central Standard Tlmu.
TnilnK Klnn nnlv oil signal.
Tiiillis ii, :, S, I.. o"j tinu 11, uiiny. au urnvra
Train 1? has Pullman UnflV't slceplnT car
Chicago lo New York dally, through without
Train 13 has Pullman HulU'tHlecplnECOseh
es to IlnMnn mid New York iltlly.
Tialu :t has Pullmnn Ilultet Slieplup coach
es from UiiMou 11111I New York dully.
Train 5 hits Pullman imnei sicepcr iroin
Net.' Yoilc to Chicago dally.
All trains 111 rive nt and depart fiom tho new
Df.irbmn Station, Chlo.iKo
proi ure tickets bufnni lio.udln?. the ttnln.
Pui-scncerH whomiiy beBOlug e"t or went,
will Hud It to tlclr Intert.-t to eonsult thu
HKt'iitaor thU eompmy, o will gtxethein
alllufoimntiou lu regard to rules anil con
nections S. W. SNOW,
F. IIHOITOIITOK, Gcuural PasseiiKer Agt.
General 3Iannccr. Chicago.
Tho Chance to Select
from my herd of Thoroughbred Da.'lc Hod Cattle, somo very fine Bull
and Heifer calves, of various ages, at reasonable rates. Coma and and
select now while there is a flno lot of extra young stock on hand.
For storing Furniture, Jmpltinicnts, 3erchandiye or Matorlal of any
kind at reasonable rates, at Furniture Brick Building at Head of
Main St. . F. F. BEMPEL.
ti .-i' .'!"' "f. j".ri.M - t' t
ov v.v;.: a-r : ';t:vt
DR. 0. C. FARaUHAR,
FBYSICIAN m PECIALIST
Ol IDCC. Deformities, Stilf
-"- n tJ Joints, Lnng Dh
eases, Piles, Asthniu, Bronchitis
and Consumption (in its incipient
stage) lUieuniatisin, Llvor Com
plnlnt, Dyspepsia, St Vitus' Dance,
Fits, Kidney ami Blood Diseases,
catarrah, Head Ache, Weak and
Aching jJacK, .Neuralgia ana an
and ovory Chronic Disease, Old
Sores, Scrofula and all Skin Dis
eases. I locate tho disease, by making
a ehomical oxainlnatlon of a sam
ple of the patient's nrino. Tho first'
passed in tlio morning preferred.
Mil treatment for P lien In new.
palnlehH, mj'v and certain. My
All disease caused from sccrot
habits, Loss of Virility, Manhood
anil Vital Forco treated success
fully, as thousands can testify,
whoso llfo, provIoiiB to euro, was
Fenialo Diseases of all kinds,
successfully cured lu a short timo.
THURSDAY AND FJtfPAY,
TEircs en, m vvwws.
Columbus, Ilocking Yalley and Toledo
Taking Effect May 30th, 1S86.
Lv Toledo . .
" Koxtorla .
" Up. KnnduBky.
" Piospect, . ..
" Dehiwars .. .
I 10 urn
h w nin
6 31 mil
7 10 nm
7 is nut
8 S3 am
10 10 am
i in pm
1 is put
1 111 nm
2 (HI pm
:i 00 pm
s S3 pm
7 ft! nm
7 S.3 pm
S 17 put
II 07 pm
li Si pm
10 SO pm
, 7B0nm 3 03 pm 0 00 inn
. 9 15 nm 4 27 pm 7 18 pm
10 02 urn 0 23 pm 8U2pm
11 03 am 0 SO put 9 10 pm
11 67 nm II -1.1pm
, 1 S7pin 8 10 pm
2 :t: pm u oo pm
Lv Pomcrov ..
4 43 nm 4 13 pm
A Slum 3 oopm
7 uonm (14.1pm
7 00 n m 7 10pm 12 .'Spin
8 17 um h sipm 1 :i7pm
Kiimn u 13pm 2 20pm
10 20 um 10 2,'ipm H40pm
The only line running Palace Sleep-
ing Cars, Buffet Cars and
Day Coaches to
Washington and Baltimore,
Direct Connections for all Points
East and Southeast.
The Favorite Short Line
To Cincinnati, Indianapolis,
St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City and Omaha.
Qttlvlc connections rnrnuto mnilo In
union Depots with tlio ureiit Tliromrli
Lines In all points lu tlin West, North
west nnd Houtliwikt. iJ5-Avold all
clrcuitoii3 routes, which nroeHhltntn
dolujs nnd etrit expense. In lodging
Palace Sleeping Cars to St.
Louis without change.
" Delaware,, , .
" Prospect ,
" Up, Humluhky
10 23nm t nam 4 15pm
11 IK am fi:t7nm S 10 pm
111.' um (i02mn Gii'ipm
12 02 pm 0 2211111 Qftlpm
1 00 pm 7 15 am 0 45 pm
120pm 7.'l3nm 7 05pm
I uipm 8 in am 7ipm
3 10pm 0 '25 am n oopm
Xotoan runnlnu of trains
Train leaving Columhim nt 4il5 p. m. (north
luiiind) runs dully , ami rnrrlusthioiiKh sleeper
lurwmiiiuo. via, 1'nMoria "mi n.x i, u. it
Train airlvliiK lit ColiimlmsintOiSO a, m, run
dally, and curries llimtiKh bliepcr fiom Chi
miiii to Coliiinlmii, WiuhlniiUm una Haiti-morn.
lilieatenniieotiomimiKioin union ucpotiii
Quickest Time, Best Accommodations,
Short-horned Cattle and Poland-China Hogs of all ages
and both sexes for sale at low prices, to reduce stock.
MATHIAS & SON,
Colnmlius fur Niwnrlt. Znwsvllk', I'lltslmri;,
Wluelliiif, jllillnioiii, Wnsli iiKlim mill 1'hlla-
mi nihil lor iraviuii, i.iiii uiiiiiii, in
wi'i ml points South mill Hmilhvou.
dcliililiti nko for Dayton, Ciiiilumitl, Inilu
vine, mi't nil point PiOHin mm niiiniwii,
7S('l'ifi ( Oliiienlliimi vt Tulf do tor !.tlil
iiiiu nu JUii in Mil iiikimi "" i innniii
(l'U( n li
Trains Jeavn Athoni-nniitward, r;xpres,
2:51 p.m; 12:10 iihjht.diilly, licul,7ift ii.mj
ItSOii, in.; except htinitny. Westwurit. K
pii'hH,2:;i7 n. m. j 10i4S n. m., dally. Loeul,
bill) a. m,; li20 p. in., except Hiiiiilriy,
Trains luavo MoArtliur Junction KaHtwiint,
KxnruH, 1:51 n. m.s Uss p.m., dally. Jflrnji
UiWlti. m.i 1210 noon, nxcont Siiiiiliiy. Westr
ward, Kxprctw,!l:25ii. m.i Ull n. m., dally,
J,ocal,7w ii, m.) Q;U0 n. m.( oxcoptmiiiUuy,
W-KnvfiirllirlliformatUinnl tlio host
liovaii o rules niiply tn Alien) flu Wf A ILrnll-ro!id,-W.
Heott Aid. t Athenp, O. L. Uwlm;,
Agt, ut Mi Arthur Junction, m to H, W I'Af-
ov -rio-'-niim; i ii-fiifr on' ntwi'-'inir.w.
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Schedule of Arrivals nnd Departure of
Malls ut tho Lognn Postoittee.
8:15 a,, m.; Q:57 a. ra.j 1:87 p. m.;
0:10 p. i,i.
7;45 n. m.j 0:27 a. m. 1(07 p, m.;
1 :40 p, m.
fiTAK ROUTE MAILS.
Arrtvont U;!10 a, m.j loavo at
1 :00 p. m, Jlalle to and from to
following towns on TiiOHtlays,
Thuduy3 nnd Saturdays of oacli
Soutli Bloomlngvlllo, Codar
C4rqvo, ITaynos, Black Jack, fioutli
Poitv, aiblsouvHlo, TlooK H,oubq,
"WH IJJ"j (Mf VlfQitlllt, SrlwiUl, Ilcslioro, Kw-
One Single Fare to Chicago
and Itetiirn on Saturdays.
Tho Chicago & Atlantic R'y Co.,
will Issue, coinmonclng Saturday,
August 14 and continuing until
furthor notice, round trip excursion
tickets from all stations to Chicago
and rpturn at ono slnglo fare for
the round trip on Saturdays only.
These tickets will ho good going
only on train No. 1, of Saturdays,
which arrives In Chicago at (is 15 p.
in., ami will bo accepted for tho re
turn passago on any regular train
scheduled to ston at station named
on ticket, If presontcd not Intor
than train No. 10, leaving Chicago
at MsBD a, in. Monday following day
of sale, TJieto reduced rates will
onahlo lio patrons of this lino to
vjslt Qhlctigo at a very nominal
cost. For further information, call
on or address the nearest agant fit
tlin cojnpnny B, V, Snow,
F, IlnbuaiiTON, p. P, A,
(Jwu'; Mon , (Jhlcago,