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I0GAN, OHIO, THURSMI. NOVEMBER 6 1881
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" supplement uic:r worii ana umu-jone year.
Thursday, Nov. 6, , 1SS4
TllEj TfcRY.' LA . KST.
JHjj.u 32.LiXi SSsHfiSS!"?
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Since the election, amf indeed
beforo, it was generally regarded
that' New York decided the con
test. It is so now, the vote of New
York determines the -Presidency
Smce the election we have had all
kinds and contradicting dispatches
One would be that Blaine had car
ried the State. An hour alter, and
the dispatches would announce
New York sure for Cleveland.
The fact is the vote is very close,
p ;35itly, not more than 2000, of a
The latest dispatches-are that the
official count will give the State to
Cleveland by about 15)0.
It is a closo shave, but, it is en
ouch. Let in be thankful-
like a thief in the night, and let his etice to
aiurpny. uis sunenng w.-.s ie r.uie ,,;,, of evcry 0.lrne3l household
but not long. How many lurking in Enirlish speaking comtries. to-
rokeofm! hty power fall up-' view of this, it is not extr.iv.ngan
r beloved friend Augustus tosay ihat-.instead -of -Can we af
. . , ... ford to Like bt. Nich-ilas.'' tin
J. P. H. STEDEM, Examiner.
dangers await to death the strong day, should be "Can we anoru not
and swift ship against an unseen , toi;lke U,e St. ol:lsT! ,
, T . , . , ,, I Hie magazine, during lis eleven
rock. In an mutant we hear the , .. . . , .,
""I'l'T TV." --- .-.---Vw, u.. -w
I. Wh-t. is Grammar? Language?
I ween tliom (
Oneoftbo.se gran 1 surpris s
Mnk place at the residence of
OUT 'i HE CIVIL Rev. J. A. Sanies, of Falls town,.
lYAZi. I shiD, November 1st, 1S81, it beuij;
The importaut featuie of the Cen
At an earlv
hour his mar-y
turv Magazine lor the coming year; fpiends and neighbors began 1
rch to h'-rs
indeed pernaps the most importaut jraiher together, at the
ever undertaken bv the magazine I ru; r u r-i..c
.,, . c- . of his son, J. ti. Uarnes,
will hi? i HnrirB ntsiMKimlP n:ii'iKnn ' '
the meat b.ittfes of tho V r for the .took up the line of ma
residence while he
What relations e:;?st bt- Union, written by geneia oflic r
I high in comma ud upon .crh Feler busy until thev marched in" oit
billows roar, and see me wiecK or 0,iit0,.iai chii"'e of
some poor soul. Typli-.id fever w.-S( Mauy Mapes Dodgb,
the immediate cause of his death . , ... . , , , r
me iiuii.cuid.ibi, i has grown famili.tr to hundreds of
He was cut down hke a " tliousuids ot youm readers; and
flowpr by an untimely trost. But their interest and inti-lligent en
the ominous clouds of pain and joyment have constantly inspired
2. Tell what yon know of Ibe gender and number of collective '' "d Confederate side -Gener I Jhim v.-ith well filled baskrf,
nouns. Give ex niples. J Grant (who writes of Vickwburg. d fe . f j . j e
3 How do von determine the use of the relative "which" and :&hiluh. and other hatih?), Gener-I l "
mi.., :i ' : I l. ..,t root fofi;iUn 0., i. o. before lie was aware ol what w.-.s
i pj x m.u .
Cleveland's electoral vote
Ilie Presidential Tote in
The Doubtfiil States All
Democratic 1 1
KNEkTSA.9 asid the
The total vote in Hocking at
the October election was 4,430.
The Presidential vote on last
Tuesday was 4.371, a total loss of
The Democratic majority in
October was 793. On last Tues
day it was COS. a Democratic los
This loss resufied fro.ii the ab
sence of young Democrats absent
from the county, at woik.
Powel and Price, the Demo
cratic electors at large, were
scratched on one ticket.
Wheeler was scratched one
vote in Starr township
The greenback vote is 93. No
The Prohibition vole is 27, the
largest vote being in Perry town
ship. The Prohibition vote in Logan
is two votes, both iti the 2nd
The Greenback vte in Louan
is Falls Brecincl, 2 voles; 1st
ward. 3 votes ; 2nd ward, 3 votes;
3rd waid. 3 votes; 4th ward, L
The tabulated vote by wards
and townships will be published
death were dispers' d by the illu
mination of God's flprit, and ere
non Gus's spirit is at homo. He
was so ood, so. young and so strong,
for he had not climbed the eastern
side of the hill of the meridian of
life. He lingered only a few days
on the shadowy path between life
and deith, and then yielded to the
angel of deith.
Loren Augustus Murphy, was
born Sept 12, 1861, in Canaan
Township. Athens couu'y Ohio He
died at the residence of Jebse Mur
phy, at 10 o'clock. This was the
anniversary of his marriage. His
funer.il was preached at the M. E
church at Guysville at 10 o'clock
a. in., Sunday, Oct. 19, 18S4. The
servi"es were conducted by Rev.
Pilcher, of Canaanville. Gus. be-
lrMiirrw! is nr l.linrill Tinf lio ti'ie
honest, truthful and dilligcnt- He
w.is a lond h$sbnd, loving fatiier,
and kind friend. He had the pleas
ure of enjoying hymenial h:poiness
only two short years. Friend, Gus..
as a tribute of respcit for you, wo
drop a tear on your gra; c. as an ad
monition for the living, we would
all say we miss you and mourn our
But why should we grieve after
Gus? He is in the hands of a just
God, who will deal fiirly with him.
We have performed the last s .d of
fico for him in this world. We have
consigned his body to the tomb with
all tho ceremony necessary He
left a widow and one little daughter
to mourn their loss. May God
comfort them in their Bad houis of
affliction. Good bye friend Gus;
we depart with you in sadness, yet
wc love you and will remomber)ou
until we meet you ag.iin in that ely
4. Slate the difference between adjective and
5. Give examples in sentences ofall the forms of the infinitive opens in the November Century i
als Longstreet, McClellan, Beau e- bpfore !,e was aware of what "-
gard, Kosecransr Hill. Admiral on hand. To say he was not sur.
Porter, and others. J he scries prised would not be correct, lot-
t-?. VSttUii 1
the editor and puelishers to fresh
effort To-day its strength is in its
stietmth is iu ils wholesome giowth,
its sympathy with young life its
hearty recognition of the move
ment of even; s. and its steadily in
creasing literary and pictorial re
sources. J he following are some
of the good things already secured
tor fiiluie numbers ot the St Nich
olas "His one fault," a serial story
for boys, by tho popuur author, J
(Personal y Conducted,' illustrat
ed papers on famous y aces in Eu
rope. By Frank K Stockton.
Historic fiir s,' a companion se
ries to "Historic Boys.' By E S
'Heady for Busine-s": suggestion
to boyh about to choose an occupa
lion, -based on pergonal interviews
with promident represent itives of
varibiis trades and profesiioiio By
G J Manson.
'Driven Back to Eden,' a serial.
By E P Boo.
Talks For Young Folks,' a seri
es ofp'ipu'ar papers, by- H H Hel
'Among the Law Makers': recol
lections of a boy page in the U. S.
Sen.ite, cont lining much political
information, both instructive and
amusing. By Edmund Alton.
Davy and the Gob n.' a very
funny serial story by a new writer,
C:i- Carry I.
Short Stones by Louise M A'cott.
'The Progress of Invention"
From Palaqulu to Parlor car,:
'From Cross-bow to 1U1) ton gun,'
etc De-ciiptive papcis, Chas E
'Art Work for Young Foiky: pa.
pers on decorative handicfai, by
Chas G Lelaud.
;jheep or Silver?' a'str-ry of Tex
as lite. By the late lie'v Win M
kA Gu'den of Girls," being six
short stories by gills, by six lead
ing wt iters.
'Tales of Two Continents': stories
of adventure, by J H Boyesen.
'Cartoons lor .Boys and Girls,
funny pictures, b Zl Nicholas. Ar
tiM." 'From Bach to Waunei': brief,
pointed biogaiplnes of gicat mussi
ci.ns. lJ Ai'atlia Tunis.
special p.tpers bv chosen writers.
The Rniiti;toiis, ol Ellton. including Aiarv llalloek Foote.
You must lo-e a fly to catch a. Joaquin Miller, Alice Welliiiguin
trout is an old saving, and a tue j Rollins, G B Bart'ett, Harriet Pres
one; but is not "the' investment J1, ?,off","I(!' -,H!ey" Washington
, . . - . , , Gladden. .Julia behayer. Anna Lea
sate? A p:ece of iron suggests but, Merrit wo y,, D Rel.
little to a village blacksmith. To I Kmest Infers ll, Claia E Clement,
the Remingtons, of Illion, it means Lieutenant Schwatka.
6 Show how the subject of a senfonce may be modi.led.
7. What constitutes a phrase? Give examples.
8. Correct : The soldiers was exhausted for thirst. Education
always has and alwavs will be requisite to success. Nobody doubts
nor denies brt what he done the deed
be didn't wr fe.
9. Parse all words: Full many a flower is born to blush unseen.
10 Analyze or diagram : It is not difficult" to conceive, however,
mac ior manv reasons a man wrii.es mucn Decier man ne Jives.
with a graphica ly illustrated anicle
The Battie op Bull Kux,
written by the Confederate gener-tl,
i r. ! l-?(.!llirifriirf. l-?iii-f ct-nttliAQ
I wouldn't be-surprised if lintitlcd -Becollections ot a Private
THEORY AMD -PRACTICE.
J. P. H. STEDEM. Examiner.
1. What is teaching and why do vou teach?
papers chronicling special events,
descriptions of various auxiliary
branches of tho service, etc.. will
supp'ement the more important so
ries by the various generals.
A strict regard to accuracy will
guide the prepartion ot the illutra
tions. for which the Century has at
its disposal a very large quantity of
photograph., drawings, portraits,
maps, plaus. etc., hither o uniued.
The aim is to present iu this series,
2. State what you understand by methods of instruction and tell . not offieid reports, but commanding
bow teachers may improve in methods of instruction.
3 What relation does employment in school bear to discipline ?
Give your experience in this.
4. Is there any advantage in making the acquaintance of your
pupils and natrons before school opens, and in what respect?
5. Name some proper punishment thai may be applied to all
grades of a school.
sian land, whese parting is no
more. For time we will say to you
farewell ! tahewfll ! ! FAltE
J. P. U. STEDEJl, Examiner.
1 Define oral and written sneiling.
2. What is the mie for tb spelling of words ending "e" if a syl
labie he added ?
3. Abbreviate Merchandise, Docto; of Law, Member of Congress,
Collect on Delivery, Manufacture.
4. Give two rules for use ofcapil als and two rules for punctuation.
5. Upon what does the division ol words iuto syllables largely
(J. Define or form sentences: Consequence, Scrupulously, Ener
getic, Encroachments. Reconnoitering, Ambuscade, Apprehend,
I'eipetrating, Precipitately, Formally.
UNITED STATES HISTORY,
And in &lBee tSMate
and ood Will ssaonj
The elections have resulted in the
triumph of the Democracy. It. was
a bard fought fight. It was an hon
orably conducted contest. The re
sult is a democratic victory. Let us
But iu our rejoicing let us not
forget that many good Republicans
aided us in securing the victory.
The country is safe '5 here wi'l be
no.disturbance of business. There
will be no outrage on citizens. The
man and men who have and who
cm take care of themsclvea and
their business will not he effected
by tho e'ection. An honest govern
ment will be enforced and the true
idea of American government will
be advocated, and our country rise
higher in tho rauks among the en
lightened aud civilized nations of
Let us all rejoice !
"ILette&t; Tliy Servasafc Mow
J!&epar& m Fease9 Jfbr
My JEye& Sae fieesa
We diopped in at the Ilepubh
ean headquarters on the night of
the election. Ed Davenport was
posted up in the rear of the foot
lights, reading Blaine's speech
from the State Journal, his st re
teeth clatlering like Geo. Fox's
steam sausage cutler, when all at
once, like a thunder clap, the , the earth
work, process, development, fame,
fortune, everything ; a rifle, a plough,
an engine, u typewiiter, or the sew
ing machine ! It is the same iron,
but in different hands. It lives, it
grows, it travels. It plants it-elf in
every field of war or peace, it en
ters every town and hamlet, it seeks
the merchant in his counting room,
aud the c eryman in his study; it
crosses the threshold of every home,
becoming a necessity and a house
hold word. It has character, fibre,
force, and makes itself felt. It has
power, if asserts dominion, it com
mands success. The history and
travels of a bir of iron in the dif
ferent depai tinenst at Ilion wou d
make an interesting book. The
children of our public sch-ols mus-
think so, for many of our lit'le
one up aud down the land are to
he seen daily going to their homes
each with a copy of ''Sunshine'' in
hand, on which are tho words
"Remington" and "Ilion." Here
after, if advertisements lie not, a
farm without a llemington plough,
or a homo without a Remington
sewing machine will be r-re indeed
The Reiuinulo is are the most
p ipul.'i- gun manufactures of Am
erica. They have tin largest es
tablishment in the world. Thej'
build on no mans faundation They
haxe no superior nor, equal in their
special line. From any standpoint!
tlu work of the Remingtons Ss a!
In 1S!G. over sixty-eight years
ago. Eliphalet. Kcmingtou founded
the wuiks which still bears his
name, and to day the Beminglon
goods are known in New York and
The 11 ustrations wil' be the ver
best, aittsts and engravt-is and
thoie will be p.eniy of ihem In
the November and December nutn
beis are hcautifui Co orcd Fioulis
Buy tho isovember number for
F. M. GORDON, Exar.iner.
1. Give a short account of the discoverer of America. How many
voyages did iie make ?
2, Who first sailed up the St Lawrence? What three distin
guished generals fell at Quebec? When?
3. On wii it principal va Pennsylvania founded?
4, What was New York City formerly called ? When founded,
and by whom ?
b. Vh;it was done by the First Continental Congress? What by
G. Tell the story of Arnold's Ire.ison.
7. hat Presidents held office two terms? Who died in office J
Who were chosen b' the House of Representatives ?
8. What occasioned a war with Mexico? Tell about it.
9 What was the '-Dred Scott Decision ?" What provision of the
"Fugitive Slave Law" was especially disagreeable to the North?
10. Name two ditiuguished poets, two historians, two novelists,
two statesmen, two scientists, all of the United Slates.
F. M. GORDON, Examiner.
1. Whv are governments necessary, and what are the true obiccts
It costs only 25 cents, . of government?
and all book and news dea ers se'1 2. How many species of animals are there? Upon what does
it. J he subscription pure is Jpo.OU; the distribution of animals depend
a year, aud now if, just the tune to
subscribe. A tree specimen copy
ot the St Nicholas wil be sent on
request. Mention this paper.
Tho Ceuturv Co New York, N Y.
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What state and
3. What stale includes tlie Sierra Nevada r'
territory include the Cascade Mountains?
4. What can be said of the native states of Asia?
pean nations are most influential in Asia?
5. Where and for what is S . Helena noted? Waterloo? Gibral
tar? Pembina? -D;inia?cus?
G. Bound France, describe its government, principal rivers, and
7- Name the most remarkable event in the history,, of Ml. Ve
suvius. 8. A vessel sank in latitude 2S degrees north and longitude 9C
degiees west : in what body of water was it lost ?
9. Which city is the highest, Chi ago or Detroit ? Give the rea
son for your answer,
ly. Locale a Sargasso Soa, aud tell how it is formed.
officer's reports of their plaits and
operations, interesting personal ex
periences which fill record leading
events of the war, an.! pesssscs, at
the same time, a historical valne
Uo- cuaily to be calculated.
In this line the Century will
maintain its prestige, aud furnish
the best stories by American writer
that can be procured. In Novem
ber begins a new uovol by W. D
Howells. author of "Venit'an Days'
A Modern Instance .' etc. This
i-tory deals with the rise of an Am
erica business man. A novel by
Henrv .fames, a novelette by Grace
Denio Lhebfied and short stories by
'Uncle Remus,' Frank R. Stockton,
H H- Boyfsen,T A Tanrier, H H.
Julian Hawthorne, and other equal
ly well known writers will appear
at various times.
Under this heading may be in
cluded a strie of papers of the Cit
ol Italy by W D Howe'ls. the re
productions of illustrations and
drawings by Joseph Pennell; a se
ries on The New North-West, be
ing an interesting group of pipers
byE V Smalley. Lieut Schwatka,
Prmicpd Grant (of Kinton, On
tario), and others, descriptive of
ittle known regions; papers on
FiMich and mcric-.n art, sculpture
and paintings, w'th exquisite illus
tratioog papers on Astronomy, Arch
itecture, and History, the first be
ing by Professor Langley and oth
ers. Under An-hitecture are includ
ed more of Mrs Van Rensslear's
articles on Churches, City and
country Houses, etc. Colonel
George E Waring, Jr. will d scribe
Progress in Sanitary Draining; E
C Stedam. Edmund Gosse, and
others wil! furnish literary essiys;
'eorge V Cable will contribute- in
in various ways ; several papers on
on sport and adventure will soon be
published, and John Burroughs wib
write from time to time on Outdoor
The readers of tho fentury mav
feel sure of keening abrejst of tiniest
on lead ng subjects that may prop
crty come within the province of
month'y magazine. Its circulation
Ts now about 140,000 monthly, the
November number exceeding that
figure. Subsciiptions shou'd date
from this number, beginning the
War Series and Mrs Howell s nov
el. Piice $4.(,0 a year, 35 cents a
number. All booksellers and news
dealers sell it and take subscriptions
oi remittance may bo made to the
A free specimen of the Century
w.ll he sent on reque-t. Mention
tii is paper.
The Ceutury Co New York, N.
he was, but the 6urpre was .
all when the contents of the ba
kets were piled out on two lsi;
tables. Well, it is useless for ni
to try Jo name ail the good thing .
but there were turkeys, chicken1-,
cakes, pies, and a host of olh v
good thi igs brought out, and Uu
tables. fairly groaned beneath
After the crowd of fiffy-foiu-
had done their best to unload
the tables there still remaint-i
enough for as many "more.
Among those present were Mr
Philip Devol and Lady, of Ca
bonliill ; Miss Mary Lyons, of
Monday; Mr". J. W. Smith ami
Lady, of Laurel township; Judge
Ackers and Lady, -Mrs. 0. J.
Jnergensmeier aud Mrs. Win. H.
Aoucr, ui" Luguu, ami a number
f uil&rc thai i cau not mention
forlhe want of ripnre
All join iu saying w"e tad a
good lime, and hoping "hal our
aged friend and Minister will
live lo enjoy many more, such an
niversaries, and all enjoy uiau
many more such surprises.
Alter Lidding our friend good
bye, all left Air our homes, feel -
iug th it we had spent one more
day long to be remembered.
Mr. Henry Lutz desires thus
publicly to lewder his thanks t"
bis brothers of the Orders of I
O. O. F. and K. of P., and hi
neighbors aud friends, for thu
kindness and attention shown him
during his recent illness
Mr. Henry Lutz hrving recov
ered his health again, resume-l
business, and in order to maki
upfor lost- time, will sell th?
New Home and Domestic Sewin-r
Machines at such bargains, as l.
make it an especial object to als
wh want machines to come aud
buy from him.
Judge Acker has re-appointeI
J- P. H. Stedam School Exami
ner. Mr. Stedam is one of on -most
accomplished teachers, and
his re appointment is a deserved
recognition of his excellent ser
vices in his past official service.
Administrator's Sale of
RS Ala ESTAIE .
In pnrsnance of an order of th Pro)n'.
Court of Hocking county, Ohio, 1 will olUr
for sale at public auction on
Saturday, December 6th, 18S4.
at one o'clock, 1. JI., upon the promise ..
the tollowins described real estate, sltn:i .
in the county ol Hocking and State of Oh
to wit: Beins tne northner.t quartern
tins ionthwest quarto- if section numbui
twer.t.t-ninc (.;). tum alp number rlevti
(11), or rani;e nuuibe eighteen (IS), con
taining: forty (40) a'-ico more or less. -Appraibeu
at STWl 00.
Terms of Sale.
One third cash in hnnd; one third in ore
and one thiol in two years from the day "
siilo. Dr-'erro'l f:tymtaUio bear intere
froni Iheuay of sale and to be secured by
mortgage on said premises.
AUmofDividil. Swryer, dee'd.
Nov. 8, ISSt-td
Notice to Heirs.
,J. L. BRIGHT, Examiner.
Explain the difference between true and bank discount. What irc-Iaies the particulars of -W
Frank Leslie's Popnter'll"M.t r m-ftobfomn
MOljtlll J". In the matter of the list Wil! and Testa-
I meutof Kiiabeth Harper, deceused.
There are three articles in thet ., , ., r
, , . . . To Catharine CroTK.Thoma Cro?, Elizr-
lNuvemlier nninljer wrue rentier it . lmtii Harris, and Thonis Khitu or th.
(i" of tlu niur illtirt?tiii'' vir is I !,,!,!l'"f Mleh!s;on; John tr. Harper, Wm.
O.-t. Ol in i, most liutiisiili,, et is j. Harper, 2IryJ Harper, Ueberca Har-
sucd. Money ptillics, by Richard P--. Gi;l- ritrper, SavilU Harper, E1
I U';.,,li.,ll I " i,..i.nc M. li i ""' i.yne, Jeaa Payne, John Payne,
l Krmttalt Ijij.i.;., uaces the ni&-y. ,miUM iavno. M.iry pavne. Citlmrtn
.? .? r
iu w-.i u in armies are nney u
iustrated The iiiird feature is the
to uiiu-.it tile Miia to Pnb:'te, nason tit .1
- irii'iilay in ii. sui I Court. Said upplr -
a'l'in vrii i.olorDi-a: ns i:elore sins Loui
S1 1D1ES Si MlNW
Last night the s riking mineis
burned the rai'ioatl bridges at Car-
London, in Sydney and in Brazil, hon Hill, Murray City and Green-
in Chicago and Hong Kong alike, dale It is repoi tod that a desper
and from the rivers to the ends of ate gh' occm red between thciuin-
tho name of "Reining ers and the guards untl hat a num
household word. Their her f miners wore ki'led.
The wires aic cut , and exact in-
WM ACKEK, Probate Jndsc ,
commencement of a thrilling Ferial "". 'X "i'I!ay ' v--, imi, at i .
siory by 'aiTutt aiker, ot jNlmv;
Or cans cnlit cd I he Doatii-Marl.
Ttic. author is lioth blind and p.ir
ti'vzJii. and vet wit h beaut ifu'eheer-
ftiiitcss .nd energy supports hiin-
Prob.it e Notice.
lorv of panics from tha t of ISIjG ill . P-iyue. Martha Payae and ven Payne, ..
, - , '. , , ,. Tno. i the Statof Ohio:
lontion. 10 mat OT Jiav loo-, in You are hereby potifled that on the SI
-... Ydrk- .,1,, Cli-irlec G'tvirre d-:y ot Octuber, lsSl.:o:iu5trnner.t of wri -
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r ashing- t .r.fiitol Cliz-bi tit Harpor, lareof Lojn
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; uiq inuririiir "ii - v n nv . ...... ...... .x ............ , ,.1, - t-w .. .. ,vliI .-. .. i.. . v.. ...... . wi j. . v tcoiv; . enc it in ope.i uourt. ann All RpplICallO!
of a d'bt of ::I2(0. due in '.) moullis lr'jn tins antes
2. An individual sold 2 cow for $3f each; on the one ne gained
20 percent., ami on the other he lobt 20 per -cent.; did ,he gain or
lose, and bow much?
3. Why is th A rah".; .hmum.mi ;.. ralhi-1, at:d bow many chira-'-fers
u used in it ? Of what :nu fracM'ous indications ?
4. A cistern is full of water; after 35 gallons are taken out it "is
3 full; how manv gallons will it hold?
5 Four times '2-Oths of a number is twelve less than the num
ber itself, what is the number
6. A man being aked the value of hi firm, replied Mini its value
increa-ed by its 3 5tiis and -3dl)o' o-5tin more eqiMlled Z'l'SSi : What
was the value of the farm ?
7. Thf area of the surface of one side of a -cube is 64 inches : how
many cubic inches in the cube?
8. If I sel' eggs at fi cents per dozen I lose ?, ccmiN a piece,!how
much per dozen must I cliirge to gain fenis :t piece?
9. At 3ft cts a sq yd., what vili it cost to paint a hemispherical
dome 20 feel in diameter?
10. Sold a quantity of corn at 1 pr bn., and gained 20?: Fold ofl
the same to the amount ol oi)40. air! gained 6v: at wnat rated id
1 sell ? how many bushels in the last iot ? '
Notice Is hemhy given that the followlji;'
,c . , . - . , , i. a-- .i-.ui-.an. i v..uo:iors nave i-en men i;
self Upon his wnt.KS. and he u.c-; p.ueCDurtor Hocking Conuty.Ohioaor
lnvis .. Alltop, iiilniii-istrator of the
t-iattfof Kli 'I. Krnedy.
Anil tlies.-.nie wi:; j.nn? on'for hrarir
on tl.e 1-adiiy ol t, amber, at lit o'cliM-fe. p.
ni.orasi.oon thoiMilterasmay be conveni
ent. A.". T. ACKEK,
Nor fi 3-.,-. Probate Juitj:e.
tatf- to mi am.ir.uens'3.
There are. also. !e usual variety
jf choice reading u.-Uter in the I2S
quarto ptpjos. and omheliisbmpnts
number over B'O. This is unqiies
lion.-.bly the cheapest magazine in
exicii"e, ibe rice is only 5 cents
a number. or$2..)0a year pos-pdd.
Mrs Frank Leslie. Publisher. 5",
curtain dropped and Edward was , ton is a
.pnw.vwl rn a .butter. His sud-. business is simply gigantic. It costs
- -....--- - i - - . . ..
over a million a ve.ir to inn it. The formation ; not oe outr-ined.
Ciaalr f Wsfc&feSagetoK..
Jefierxoia & dsa-j
FUSE AME JLiJ5j
den exit was caused bv news from
New York. P11 n',,s iiin iu" o W01s antJ lu0
future will simply take up the past,
T..,.l.i 1.M ?SVX-!ll- l-!l.". ll.-IS ' . ,.A ....i.r.r I f . .. , 1. , 1 1 .!. tI,o,-r.? tn
' been a sub-ciiberlo the Sentinel COiiie.
! for So year, calleit lo see u on
election day and i cue wed ids
subscription, proposing to stand
Bv Rev. J. F. Williams, at bis
A leaping Machine, self rake,
Combined Buckeye mower and
Eureka mower, 4 ) 01.
. L BRIGHT, Examiner.
Notic i horoby siren th:t th ollovr
ii nnsit-.ii.iS voucher- have been tilt-
1 ,,-. . x- ir i i" lb" I'lob'tteuouitot liocunstoumy, u.
5o, and ao Park Place, iew York. iar ettimeiit.
. - W. A. Wright, Admlnislmtor of .V."
,r , J, l . , ,. , l,t-linii)ii.ilrt-e .sel, who wa the guard! i
Mr. Frank McLnntock of New- oi Kit- i.-tiis;u rt.
. , , .... And thes-ime wil! com on fur lionri:
comb, ieun.. i5 at lior'e v:iMng. o-.rttio-.sii! .ia ufSo ember. is4. at if-:
, . ... i r - i o'l.ok a. in. ur.iijoii therealteraa may h
his relatives and mends. c.ne:iieut.
. ia. -,,, t- jiovfVIiv. V.T. ACkKR, ProbiteJud
There were twelve teachers ex
amined last S: turday, viz: j
Augusta Loomis. 3 years.
by tbeSei.tinel until the country
is Democratic, and then sub
scribe for Eouiv Iiepublicau.
i . T ... ..... I on. !.
resilience in i,og:iu, uuiouei nii, ,, i..,:f.lis nr ..,..,
Mr Ellswor.li Sinilh and Miss Homer L. Wright
1 Laura Buird, both of HaydeuYille. . oct. 30th -2wks.
Or will tiade any one for young princ pie n tha' sysl m ?
Skinner. 2 years
1. How would ycu manage your writing oxereis-es in an ungraded j Armstrong. Ab er Busby
schol? i.Iohn KiUianl. Delta Welsh and
i5. wnat system oi penmanship uavo you smuie-ij uu,v iu.ij
T) fi ie shading aid sd.ic ng. w hat slant should letters have i
4 Amlyze the vosvtls.
1 0. Wrue four or live liaes as a specimen of your penmanship.
Wright. 1 ye.r.
Loses of raisins every year.
T!ip aat!iTsij;neS v'V. ofTer for aK- V
A puMti-smetion, at the lalo reanieia'e of
. l.ehm ui,'.:ei.-e..S"d,in Urt-en towiish.: .
:: .nil ifotuhet-toi .ozin.on the 15th t.-
o. M.cmbvr StM. ti;e 0-tianil cii.ittt, ..,
.- id dec a-"ed,coii-dNtl:giii urtol Iti lv .;
ul hur-es, fcO lie.ul ofsiieep, IU httif1 H hc-,
; ul oilier liiim-tionuiiienniH tu mention,
s. I., t '-HiiiiiiMice :t 10 o'cIoeK. loruncoii.
rEttMt PuchaVs aini.uuting to thr-
n.ill srorlo s, to be paid In cash; abova
tliut snni, notes at nine mouths, with twu
irood suretie- will be tafeen.
, WM A. WKIGHT, Adiu'r.