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a huskeii fkom HUSK-
How A Tramp Astonished li
.Franklin County Fnrm-
oi and Made Some
A farmer on Walnut creek was
recently very much surprised unci
tnken In by u tramp, who proved
himself decidedly a business man.
From fifty to sixty bushels is con
sidered a very fair day's work in
husking corn. Tho farmer was
gottlng in his crop of corn, when
one day a dusty tramp came along
and asked if ho could got work for
cv fow days, and at tho same timo
stated he could husk corn with any
man on tho place. The farmer told
him ho lmd all the help ho wanted
and asked tho tramp how much he
could do in a day. Tho tramp re
plied ho could husk a hundred bu.
Tho farmer laughed at tho state
ment, but his trampship persisted,
and after some talk back and forth
tho following arrangements wore
The farmer was paying three
cents a bushel and agreed to give
tho trump two cents for every bu.
under a hundred and $1 for every
bushel over a hundred. At four
o'clock tho next morning tho tramp
began work. Tho way ho hustled
out the bright yellow cars made
tho farmer's eyes bulge. Tho
tramp tossed them out like tho cobs
drop from a corn shollor, but tho
farmer felt safe, thinking tho man
could not keep up such speed.
Before many hours had passed,
however, the farmer became un
easy, as the tramp kept steadily
on, like a machine that did not
know tho moaning of the word tiro
By noon tho alarmed farmer saw
that something must bo done, as he
would surely have a bill to pay at
nightfall. He accordingly instruct
ed his hands to claim that the
wagon into which the corn was be
ing loaded only contained twenty
live bushels, when it held twenty
eight. Notwithstanding the cheat prac
ticed, by sundown tho tramp had
husked iivo wagon loads, claimed
to bo ono hundred and twenty-five
bushels, but in reality one hundred
and forty bushela. Tho next morn
ing tho "husker"' said ho guessed
lie had dono enough work, and,
as there was no help for it, the
farmer paid him $2 for tho liuii
lrd bushels and $25 for tho forty
bushels claimed to have beon
twenty-five. Tho tramp pocketed
his money and sauntered clown tho
road whistling, "When tho Corn is
Waving Annio Dear."
Tho facts of tho above aro vouch
ed for by a reliablo farmer.
Our town was the scene of quito
xiii ezcitement last Frieay morning
caused by a fire breaking out in tho
residence of J. It. Jones. It was
discovered before it had made
much headway and by the help of
tho citizens was extinguished tho
damapc will amount to $150. In
jured. J. B. Riason purchased of Geo.
II. Lutz, twenty-niuo acres adjoin
ing his peach orchard. Considera
Rev. L. Steel is at Bradford hold
ing a series of meetings, intending
to locate there in tho near future.
Mrs.D. Fast, of Darby ville, is
visiting her mother.
Sir. Jordan and wife, from near
Kingston, wore tho guests of J.
Burgoon and family last Sunday.
Miss Jennie Dodson returned to
Amanda lust Wednesday.
E. A. Dawson and T. A. Steel
were at Gibisonvillo'lnst Sunday.
J. T. Allan was at Columbus
last Monday and Tuesdny, buying
Tho young bloods that wont to
tho party down on Salt Creek, a
short timo ago, upsot their carriage.
No ono seriously hurt.
"Berlubbed breddern an' sistern:
dar may bo, as I had hoarn tell,
sermons in stones, but dar am a
sorus doubt in my mind dnt dura
'rocks' In Hormons, and of yer don't
pay mo do wageses thftts'coming
ter mo, I'so gwintor JIno do church
ob Roam. I'so gwintor roam off till
I finds pasturo whur dar's moro
foddor and oaslor tor git. When I
was Installed in dls hcah Blue Light
Tabornnclo I din't spoct ter bo put
in a stall unci fed on do fatness ob
do land, but, at do sumo timo I
didn't speotor bu harnessed to dls
hcah church, and tor hub to draw
it alono, Whon I roads dot Sain
Jones got sobeu thousand dollahs
for preaching aweok in Chicago,
and don counts up how much ills
congrogashun has sholloil out for
dis houh folloror oh do lam, hit
inakos my blood stun' up on concl.
Ef It wasn't for tho consolushun
ob religion I wouldn't know whutor
do. Do good Hook say ho what
scrbes at do niter libs by do alter,
but dis hcah berluhbed pasture has
tor hrouso around do culled freo
lunch stands ter ninkes boff ends
meet. I has had moro bolls on do
back oh my neck den I has had
bolls in do pot, and I ain't gwintot
stan' it no inoah. As to do pay
ment oh my celery, I wants do
cents ob do meeting taken. Bruc'-
dor .Teenies Webster, I has confer
donees in ycr. You kin pass do hat.
Do Luwtl lubbeth a cheerful gib
ber." Texan tiff lings.
Tho Archbishop on Social
ism. Tho Pastoral Lottcr of Archbish
op Corrlgon, read yesterday In tho
churches under his charge, is speci
ally noteworthy to tho commuity
at largo for its warning nnd argu
ment against tho doctrines of So
cialism in regard to property rights
Tho natural, historical and philo
sophical arguments against Henry
Gcorgo's theory of tho "freedom of
land" have not boon clsowhoro pre
sented with greater dignity nnd
kindness, and at the samo timo
with moro cogoncy and force.
"Undoubtedly" says tho Arch
bishop, "God made tho earth for
tho uso of all mankind, but whether
tho possession thereof was to bo In
common or by individual ownership
was for reason to determine." And
such a determination,, lie adds,
"judging from the facts of history,
the sanction of law, from tho teach
ing of the wisest, and tho actions of
tho best and bravest of mndkind, has
been and Is that man can, by law
ful acts, become possessed of the
right of ownership in property, and
not merely in its use." Tho reason
given for this is that "a man is
strictly entitled to that of which he
is the producing cnuse, to the im
provement ho brings about in it,
and the enjoyment of both." Tho
effort to base an argument against
ownership in land upon the univer
sal distribution of air and light is
declared by the Archbishop to be
"only a freak of tho imagination."
Tho air nnd tho light, ho affirms,
"wo take as God gives them, and
wo owe Him thanks for this bounty.
It was only tho earth which fell
under tho primeval curso when
man had sinned, and only the earth,
not tho air or light, which man's
industrious toil enn coax back to
something like its original frultful
ness. When ho has dono so his
just reward is to enjoy the results
without hindrance from others."
Had tho argumont of tho Arch
bishop descended from principles
to particulars ho might have re
minded his flock that tho theory of
"freedom of land" had a full trial
on this continent under its aborig
inal inhabitants, tho Indians, and
is in forco now on reservations
where it requires 1,000 acres to half
support a semi-savage family. Tho
communal idea, as a step beyond
wild freedom, was tried by somo of
tho earliest colonists. And such
was tho paralysis of enterprise and
failure of ambition which resulted
that they nenrly starved to death.
"Whc," asks tho Archbishop, would
burrow tho earth to draw its buried
treasures if tho very mine ho was
working wcro at tho mercy of tho
passer-by whom its riches might
attract? Who would watch with
eagerness tho season whon to sow
and to reap and to gather tho harv
est which is tho very fruit of Ids
labors if ho is told that those who
stand by tho wayside idlo aro equal
ly entitled to its enjoyment V"
But though standing for tho right
of property as a natural one, and
defending ownership in land as a
most conservative forco in civllza
tlon, this high official of tho Church
does not fail to recognize that "in
many painful instances tho rights
of tho toiler aro trampled on and
tho fruits of his labor snatched from
his grasp." This ho proclaims to bo
an evil that needs redress, but ho
warns hlspeoplo that "such redress
can never bo brought about by de
nying a fundamental right or by
perpetrating a radical wrong."
Such n warning, from such a
source, can not fall to havo weight
with those who rovoro tho ecclesi
astical authority. It may also in
struct others who havo givon oar,
in tholr porploxity and despair, to
tho Ideas which it combats. But
tho great body of American cltizons,
whether natlvo or adopted, aro al
ready unshnkonly devoted to tho
principles and tho policy that hayo
mado this country a nation of land
owners, a land of equal opportuni
ties, tho haven nnd tho hopo of tho
poor and oppressed of all tho world.
N. Y. World
With tho oxcoption of $50, tho
ontiro Stato tax lovied in Alabama
for tho last fiscal year yns collect
ed. About thirty miles bolow St.
Louis, on tho river bank, a headless
and footless corpso has beon found
clad in fashionably mado clothes,
Tho trousora pookota woro turned
liisidu out, and nothing couldjjo
found upon tho body that would
load to identification.
Valuable Real Estate at a Great Bargain and on Easy Terms
Two Story Frame Hotiso of Soven Largo Booms, Two Collars, Well,
Cistern, Stable, Largo Com Crib, Carriage House, Coal House and nil
Convlonccj. Situated within two blocks of Court House, on Main St..
Good Location. Will sell Promptly at about One-Half the original
Within tho Corporation LlmltsadJoiningthoGnllighcrfarmonthoWcst.
This tract will mako Eighty or Ninety Town Lots, and is very valuablol
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. BllEIIM, Logan, O.
G. W. ALFRED.
Coal delivered in any qunntity to
any part of tho city at tho
lowest market price.
Leave orders at Geo. Fox's Meat Store.
Mr. Vorls has also an extensive
VEGETABLE GARDEN, and is
prepared to furnish all kinds of
Vegetables Fresh every morning
from ins garden.
Reasonable Prices & Fair Dealing
To all who may give him their
Girls Should ho Useful at
There is a largo class of Ameri
cans people of opulence, men of
acquired or inherited wealth who
do not hesitnto to inculcate tho be
lief among their children, and es
pecially their daughters, that it is
useless and uncces3nry for them to
learn to do anything useful in con
nection with domestic nianuel
labor. It is no uncommon express
ion in tho higher circles of society
for ladies to declare: "My husband"
or "my father is rich; why, then,
should I detain myself by manual
laborV" In such "society" it is
deemed vulgar for a lady to know
how to do a useful thing in connec
tion with housekeeping. Parents
in these enses rear their daughters
not to learn to do tho usoful, and
many mothers whose husbands arc
under a hard strain every yoar to
find tho wherewithal to keep up
appearances impress their daugh
ters with tho idea that labor is de
grading, and that a hand which
shows any sign of manual work
will not be sought in marriage by
a gontlemnn. We confess wo do
not know how true this is. If it is
correct then indeed is it tho evi
dence of a lack of manhood nnd If
it is not true it is a wicked libel on
tho character of an American gen
tleman. Girls who won't learn to do uso
ful things at homo because their
fathers aro rich loso opportunities
to fit themselves to-mect tho ex
igencies and tho accidents of life.
It has always beon tho custom for
tho Princes of Germany to learn
trades. Tho Bourbon Princes of
Franco all acquired trades. Somo
of thoin woro printers, bookbinders,
shipwrights, house-carpenters, join
ers and painters; they did not fol
low theso vocations, but thoy un
derstood them. Royal and prince
ly ladies in Gormany and Franco
understand ovory function of house
keeping and know how to perform
it. Thoy can go to tho dairy and
stable and milk a cow or liandlo a
horso with doxtority and satisfaa
tion. Tho Princo of Wales is n
bookbindor; each of his brothors
has a trade, and his sons aro now
learning trades according to their
tnstes. All tho ladies of tho Eng
lish royal household aro accom
plished in practical things thoy
know how to do usoful things, ovon
If thoy aro novor called upon to
Tho mawklshnoss or sontimont
nllty which encourages girls not to
learn to do usoful, practical and
strengthening labor as a debase
ment of tho noblest impulsosof
nature. Whon Buch an Inculcation
is encouraged It tonds to doprlvo
girls especially from dovoloplng
their montal and physical forces,
to ouorvato thorn niul improve func
tions which, If proporly trained,
might develop tho good and tho
grand in tholr character. Work
proporly porformod is a rocuporat
or, not an oxhaustor, of mental and
physical -forces. Knowledge is
power, is an axiom as old us truth.
To know how to do tho usoful Is an
accomplishment of which nny gh
cnu bo proud, and especially an
Acres of Land
The Only Hindoo Doctor in America
From Brittish, India. Hindoo-Aryan
TOjTj OUEEl Astlmn. Chnngo or 1,1 fc,
Cough, dumps In lliu St uinichc, Consump
tion, Dropsy, Dyspepsia. Dynentery, licmor
rhlso Irom the Lungs Diseases ol the Kid
neys mid Liver, Neuralgia. PIlesNore t limit,
IUioiiimitlMii, Kcroruln, Skin Diseases, Tonsil
Knlnrgnient, Toothache, Cancer of the Breast
Urinary DIuciiscm, l'Yiiinlo DImmh-oh niul Prl
vato Disease. Both cexns will be treatod 01
ternully anil lntornully without failure.
Will bo at tho Rempel House
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY of each week.
A cow on tho farm of Samuol
Watson, in Greenwich, Cumberland
county, N. J. has givon birth to a
calf, having two perfectly formed
STUKEY BROTHERS' .
For Sale bu I P. BEMPEL and
J. If. ALTOP, Zogan, O. 3m 8
DR. 0. C. FARQUHAR,
PHYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST
fl IDCOi Deformities, Stiff
vUtl CO . Joints, Lung Dis
eases, Piles, Asthma, Bronchitis
nnd Consumption (in its incipient
stngo) llhaunmtism. Livor Com
pluint, Dyspepsia, St Vitus' Dance,
Fits, Kidnoy and Blood Diseases,
catarrah, Head Ache, Weak unci
Aching Back, Neuralgia and all
and ovory Chronic Disoaso, Old
Sores, Scrofula and all Skin DIs
oasos. I loeato tho disoaso, by making
a chemical examination of a sam
ple of tho patient's urlno. Tho first
passod In tho morning proforrod.
Mg treatment for Piles la now,
jmlnlenH, nafo and certain. Mu
All disoaso caused from socrot
habits, Loss of Virility, Manhood
and Vital Forco treated success
fully, as thousands can testify,
whoso life, previous to euro, was
Fomalo Disoasos of all kinds,
successfully cured In a short timo,
THURSDAY AND FllIDAY,
DEO. O AND lO.
TERMS CASH, PBICES REASONABLE. .
DOWN THEY COME!
I "JFl J
Short-horned Cattle and Poland-China Hogs of all age
and both sexes for sale at low prices, to reduce stock.
MATHIAS & SON,
JOHN E. RAUCH,
Always to tho Front.
The old Reliable Shoe Store.
is m m
The very best and latest styles
of Men's, Ladics',and Children's
Heavy and Strong Boots and
Shoes, for every day work; also
Light, Elegant, Fashionnblo
for Gents, Ladies, Misses and
The Best Assortment
Of any store in Logan. Tho
cheapest prices and tho most
Boots, Shoes dud Slippers prompt
Tho best shoemakers of Logan
are employed, and work mado to
order. Tho public has my thanks
for liberal custom, and are invited
to coutlnuo their patronage.
HORSE AMD CATTLE POWDERS
Bo Hones will dlo of Colic. Hots or Lena F
vss. ir FonU's lJailer aro inert In time.
Fouusl Powder wllltiire nnd prevent Hoociwt.bih.
loatz't Fowilera will preent Gatoi ik Iowia
Joutz's Powders will Inrreiuo Uo qunntity or mllH
and cream twenty per ceut., and inako uio bullorflm
routz'a I'owdern will enra or prevent ntmnt imi
Diskask to which Horses and C aula are, subject.
FOUTX'I POWDICM WIU. CUT SATISFACTION.
DAVID E. roUTZ, Proprietor,
For snlo by F. F. Ilcmpcl, Logan, O.
VALUABLE FARM FOR
Located in Marion Township
throo miles northeast of Enter
prise, Hocking Co Ohio.
165 Acres in Good Condition,
With nil necessary buildings in
good repair. TERMS EASY.
For particulars call on
JACOB F. BAUER,
or address "him at Logan, O
One Single Faro to Chicago
and. Return 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 ono single faro for
tho round trip on Saturdays only.
These tickets will ho good going
only on train No. 1, of Saturdays,
which arrives in Chicago at 0:45 p.
m., and will bo accepted for tho 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 :30 a. m. Monday following day
of sale. Theso reduced rates will
enable tho;'patrons of this lino to
visit Chicago at a very nominal
cost. For further Information, call
on or address tho nearest agont of
tho company. S. W. Snow,
F. Bhougiiton, G.P. A.
Gon'l Man., Chicago.
Schcilulo of Arrivnls and Departure of
Malls at tho Logan Postofllce.
8:15 a. m.j D:57tt. m.j 1(87 p. m.j
6:15 p, m,
7:45 u. in.; 0:27 a, m.; 1:07 p. m.j
1 : 15 p. in.
STAR ROUTE MAILS,
Arrive at 11:80 a. m.j leave at
1:00 p.m. Malls to"nml from tho
following towns on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays of oacdj
South Blooinliigvlllo, Codar
Grovo, Haynes, Black Jack, South
Perry, Glblsonvlllo, Rock House
Mt. Pleasant, Swan, Ilosboro, Ev-Jng,
Wi?l TiS:-7 nFM
citsaae&b JMm?S &ksMg
EACH ONE YE AJR
If tho History is sent by mall 10
cents extra must bo sent to pay
Logan School Examiners Meetings.
Tho I!onni;of Pcliool Exnmlncrft of Ixignn
Vllliige will liolil regular meetings I'or tlie ex
amination of iipplleuntH for teachcrn cert 111 -cntes
iir follows, viz: On the tiiiuii Wkd-
NKSDAYH OV FKIHlUAltY, Al'ItlL, JUNK, AUO-
UHT, OCTOIli:it amdDkckjiurk it tho olllco
of tho Superintendent, In tho school building
of snld VUldKC ut 10 o'clock A. M., of each liny.
By order of Exumlnora.
J.II. Dte, Frcsidcnt.
A. II Wn.KONt;iulc.
List or Justices of the Peace nnd Town
ship Clerks of IIoc!dii County, O.
justicks of -run track.
N.mf.8. Post Office
A. J. Dovoro,
fieorgo W. 0111, South lilonmlngvllle.
jusTicr.s or the peace.
Wm. 51. Dnvey, Iican.
John F. White, I-ogun.
Ilenjiimln Helmut, Iignn.
Oeo. W. Ilrchni, Lognn.
D. 51. Kauodo, Logan.
ci.r.iti: op i.ociAN school district.
John Hansen, Logan.
CI.KItK oom: Hcnooi. iiistjuct.
P. J. doodllvo, Now Gore.
JUSTICES Of THE peace.
Alhert Wear, Rock Bridge.
O. It. lluls, Hock llrldgc.
Win. Carpenter, Rock Bridge.
CI.HUK JIILI.VILI.E SCHOOL UISTIIICT.
Geo. W. Dupler, Hock Bridge.
JUSTICKS OF THE PEACE.
John C. Wolf, Logan.
Charles Nunuemakcr, Grecndalo.
Ellas Clark, Logan.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Thoa. Hutchinson, Glblsonvlllc.
Charles Cupp, ClihlRonvlUo.
T. 1). Woods, Glbltouvllln.
L. Glndman, Glblsonvlllo.
CI.KKK OIIIISON'VILI.E SCHOOL IlISTIUCT.
J. S. Morehind, Glblsonvlllo.
JUSTICES Or THE PEACE.
G. W. Frasuro, Lognu.
John S. Martin, Dromon or Logan.
Reason Barnes, Logan.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
I. 51. Floyd, South Perry.
J. II. ItluMin, Lnurelvlllo.
T. J.Htump, South Perry.
P. JM. Floyd, South Perry.
CLERIC LAURELVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT.
J. B. Riason, Laurel vtllo.
JUSTICES Or THE TRACE.
T). L. Davis. Haynes.
J. O. Butler, Haynes.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
.1. 0. Henderson, Union Furnace.
F. 51. Sims, Starr.
II. S. Brown, Starr.
JUSTICES Or THE PEACE.
KlIaH Boudlnot, Cnrbonhlll.
11 N. Ogdon, Orbluton.
John E. Short, Cnrbonhlll.
JUSTICES OV THE PEACE.
A. W. 5Inulc, Swan.
E. G, Martin, Kwlng.
F. M. Gordon, Ewlttg.
Boat Quality of Seed Wheat.
Fanners dosirlng to securo tho boat
of Martin's Anihor wheat, White
wheat, also tho proline, hardy
Europonn whout, for seed, can bc
curo tho sumo of Col, Itompel, ut
his ware house in Logan, O, Tho
crops of tho abovo wheats for tho
HoiiHons of 1885 and 1880 havo boon
very satisfactory and largely ho-
uod tho product of tho common
Wheat heretofore raised in this
county Co mo and examine It,
The only lino running Pnlnco Sleep
ing Cars, Buffot Cars nnd
Day Conchas to
Washington and Baltimore,
Direct Connections for all Points
Hast and Southeast.
The. Favorite Short Line
To Cincinnati, Incliannpolis,
St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City and Omaha.
quick connections onronto mado In
union Dcnots with the irrpnt Through
Linos to nil points In the West, North
west and Southwest.
circuitous routes, ivhii
delays and extra expenso In lodging
Palace Sleeping Cars to St.
Louie without change.
Quickest Time, Best Accommodations.
Trnlns leave Athens Eastward, Expreu,
2:51 p. m; 12:10 night, dally. local, 7:03 a. m;
1:20 p. m.: except Hunday. Westward, Ex
press, 2:37 a.m.; 10:48 a. m., dally. Local,
8:10n. in.; 1:20 p.m., except Sunday.
Trains leave MoArthnr Junction Eastward,
Kxprcss, 1:!VI p. m.; 11:30 p. m., dally. Local,
0::l(ln. m.; 12:10 noon, except Sunday. West
ward, Kxprcss, 3:25 n. m,; 11:36 a. in., dally.
Local, 7:00 a. m.; 9:30 a. m.; excoptSundsy.
H" For further Information and the best
possible rates npply to Accnt C, W, A B. rail
road, W. Hcott, Act. at Athens, G. L. Ewlng,
Act. nt Mc Arthur Junction, or (o E. E. Pat
ton, Traveling Passenger Agt., Chllllcothe.O.
Jam. II. Htewaut, W. H. Kino,
Qcncrnt Manager. Ass' O. P. A
Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo
Taking Effect May 30th, 1886.
" Up. Sandusky.
14 Prospect . .,
4 40 am 10
G A7 am 11
6 01 urn 12
7 10 am 12
10 am 5
03 pm 7
40 pm It
7 43 am 1
S as nm 1
in pill o
40 pm 9
K 3.1 am 2
0 30 am 3
00 pin 10
Lv Columbus .
, 7 no
no nm 3 03 pm 6 00 pm
13 um 4 27 pm 7 18 pitt
U2um 5 25pm 8 02pm
It 05 mu 630pm tlOpm
Ar McArthur Jc .
, 11 57 am 6 4.1pm .
, 1 87pm 8 10pm .
. 2 3!pm 0 00pm .
Lv Pomoroy 4 45 nm 4 15pm
" (Jiilllpolls ft ,11 am buupm
" McArthur Jc... 7 00am 6 43pm
7 00 am 7 15 pm 12. 35 pm
Ar Columbus ..
8 17nm 8 30 pm 137 pm
0(i5nm 0 15 pm 2 20 pm
10 20nm'10 23pm 3 40pm
" Up. Sandusky
1ft Ot o,t
4 45 nm
5 37 am
6 02 am
6 22 am
7 15 am
7 .15 am
8 03 am
0 25 am
4 15 pm
i 10 pm
5 35 pm
6 54 pm
0 45 pm
7 05 pm
7 36 pm
0 00 pm
11 18 am
1 00 pm
1 20 pm
3 10 pm
Noteon running of trains.
Train leaving Columbus nt.4:15 p. m. (north
hound) runs dally, and carries through sleeper
forChlcago, via. Vostorla and B. 4 O. It. li.
Train arriving nt Columbus nt0:30 a.m. runs
dnlly, and cnnli's through sleeper from Chi
cago to Columbus, Washington and BalU
more. Direct connections mmlo In Union Depot a
Cnlumbua for Newark, Znnesvillo, Pittsburg,
Wheeling, Baltimore, Washington and Phila
delphia; also for Dayton, Cincinnati, Louis
ville, und nil points South and Southwest.
X0Close connections nt Toledo forDettOlt
and nil points la Michigan and Canada.
H. J. Kat.kenbach.
Cleneral Passenger and Tickot Agent,
G. It. CA nit, Colnmbns, Ohio.
Chicago & Atlantic Railway Company.
Taking Effect Nov. 21, 1886.
No. S No. 6 No. 1 No.35 No.3
Marlon Lv 10 15
Kenton " 11 05
Lima " 11 48
Kntsrprlno... " 12 Si
Dceotur " 1 1)0
Klngslnnd... " ..,..
Huntington. Ar 155
2 57 0 18
'3'85 10 15
4 42 1146
5 S3 12 50
nuntlngton Lv 3 05 5 87
Bollvur.. ,., "
Itocltcster. . " 3 24 6 40
No. Judson., " 4 18
Crown Point. '
.Ar 7 00
Stations. No.12 No. 8 No.10 No.30 No.S
3 55 8 30
4 51 9 30
6 20 19 04
Crown Point "
No. Judson.. "
7 66 ,
9 47 .
10 20 1125 10 56,
7 03 12 35
Akron " U3J , 100
Bolivar " , 183
Huntington Ar. 12 45 8 C6 3 IS
9 84 A.M.
11 28 fi 15
8 15 10 16
Huntington Lv 13 60
Klngsland... " 1 23,
Enterprise.., " 2 17 ,
Kpencurvllto " 3 14
Lima " 8 08 10 17 6 11
Preston " 6 40
Kenton 4 00 1105 6 08
Marlon, ,..,.Ar. 4 45 n 60 7 00
TraliiB ran on Control Standard Tims,
Trains stop only on signal.
Trains II, 5, K, 12, 82 and 89, dally. Allothwa
dally oxcopt Sunday.
Train 8 litis Pullman Buffet sloeplmr ear
Chicago to Now York dally, through without
ohiinge, . '
Train 131ms Pullman ButTef Stooping comb
os to Boston and Now York dally,
Train 8 lias Pullman Uulfot Sleeping coach
es from Ikiston and New York dally.
Train fi hits Pullman Buffet Sleeper from
Now York lo Chicago dally,
All trulns arrlvo nt and depart from the uw
Dearborn Htutlou, Chicago,
Passongorii tuklng trains 80, 83, A8, or 88 must
procure tickets before boarding the train.
I'lissongers who may bo going east or woat
wlllllndlt to tholr interest to .consult tho
agents of this company, who will give thoo
nil Information In regard t rates nnd oon
iieotlons. ' S. W. SNOW,
V, BuouaiiToN, QcweraJ Passenger Agt
pciiorul Muuagor, CJhioaoo,