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EDITOR AND rKOPRIETOit.
TERMS PER YEAR,
Thursday, Jan. 3, 1SS4.
Tho Galveston News, discussing
the Presidency, says, "Thurman is
the man for Texas."
Coal gas, water gaB, and electric
light companies are antagonizing
on-unolher throughout the country.
The swindling pension attorneys
at Washington City seem to be get
ting deeper and deopor iu trouble.
The Seymour (Ind) Democrat
fays: ''Protection is robberv. Free
trade is a delusion.
Tho Tolodo Sunday-Journal, says
tror. poster, "was once a safe pro
phet, but that was before the days of
cyclones and tidal waves."
Privato Dalzell is writing wlinnn.
"Tbjjsnp le'ters to the newspapers ur
ging the Republican party to nomi
nate ueneral bb.'rman for the Presi
dency. This finishes Sherman.
Sabin, the new National Eep.
Com. Chairman, having made his
fortune through the working of a
high protective and proscriptive
tariff, can be relied upon to sustain
uch a tariff when tha opportunity
Rev. Mr. Hicks, of Washington,
lays "there are at the South grave
yards miles long filled with Repub
licans." This reminds the Chicago
Herald that a great many Republi
cans have died in the North in the
last twenty years.
"Down with nickels1' is tho cry
in Mexico. The people seem to be
getting tired of them.
Tho postal telegraph scheme is
not received with as much interest
as its projectors expected.
General Sherman has been made
post commander of a newly organ
ized post of the Grand Array of tho
Senator Anthony, of Rhode Is.
land, is between two fires. One
doctor is treating him for heart
Iroub'e and another lor Bright's disease.
Col. Weldy for Pendleton.
In -taking his depart tiro for
Columbus on yesterday, Col.
Weldy announced to the very
large party of friends who escort
ed him to the train, his intention
to vote for Pendleton for Senator.
This preference on the part of
our representative may disap
point the friends of other aspi
rants for this distinguished place.
but will not lessen the esteem in
which Col. Weldy is held by his
constituents. The choice of can
didates for senator was not an is
sue in Col. Weldy's canvass. His
preference for Mr. Pendleton is
his personal conviction, and he
has the courage to maintain his
It would have pleased us bet
ter to have pnrsuaded our rep
resentative to vote for .Durbin
Ward, but neither Ward's nor
the friend's of other candidates
will become indignant at the
preference he makes, and stand
pledged to cheerfullp support, as
Col. Weldy does, the nominee of
The Mt. Vernon Banner Bays: If
this bitter personal warfare is kept
up between the friends of Payne
aud Pendleton, it may result in the
nomination or ueneral Ward, Judge
Geddes, or some other equally ac
The call for tho next Republican
PrcMdentiai Convention invites "all
who are in favor.of elevating and
dignifying American labor" to join
in the election of delegates. The
call is, with be.iutiful consistency,
signed by Chairman Sabin, who
made his millions off of convict la
bor. That the public schools do not ex
ist for the special benefit of the book
makers, is a proposition which will
"perhaps bo considered unreasonable
by those enterprising gentlemen. A
correspondent of tho Cleveland
Herald complains that school books
ccst more to the consumer than
they did in 1860. Their cost is at.
present a matter of widespread dis
satisfaction; and the rapid multipli
cation of them is equally condemned.
Tlte News Journal' For 18S4.
Tho political events of the year
Tipon wiich we ore just entering
wi!l be of profound interest to all
the pcop'e of a country where every'
citizen is a politician. A president
and a vice president are to be elect-
ea upon an economic isue that in
volves the material welfare of every
wan. woman or child in the land.
It is to be a contest between the peo
ple and the "bosses;'' backed by
giant monopolies fostered and pro
tectcd by a tariff that takes three
dollars from the people where it
yields one dollar to tho Govern
ment. In this contest, as in all
others that have arisen since its es
tablishment, The News Journal
will be foand fighting the battle of
tho people and opposing the bos
Fes." big and little, in either party.
It will continue to battle against the
centralization of political power, and
oppose scctiona'ism, whether in the
JJorth or in the South, cs dangerous
to the liberties and inimical to the
prosperity aud happiness of the oeo
ple of the whole country. Advo
cating measures nther than men,
with no jobs to foster and do candi
dates to force upon an unwilling
constituency, it will stand squarely
Upon the principles, and support
honestly and eirncstly, the nomi
nees of the party of Revenue Re
form; demanding always a f.iir fight
a tree ballot, and an honest count,
See prospectnus for prices.
Sad Consequences of Pursers
On last Monday a "prominent
Republican'' of Star township,
came into "Reber's drug store
and with tear bedewed cheeks,
said to the sympathizing Calrin,
that his boy was a great reader,
that he liked something funny,
that he had been reading the Ga
zette and was so worked up with
it that he did nothing but
play monkey shines. The prom
inent Republican and aflicted
father said he wanted alast year's
almanac, and a toy monkey,
something that would kind of let
his intellectual son down to nor
Reber gave him two almanacs
of last year, and advised him, if
they failed to cure the monoma-
mac, ne would loan mm a copy
of Snj'der's Eulogy on Jim Em
metts distillery. The boy ought
to be saved, and Pursell should
Shall Weiiipfutirst llule.
We are informed by a "promi
nent Democrat" that Geo. Hoad
Iv has made up his board of
trustees for tho Reform farm,
and that Gen. John G. Reeves,
of Lancaster, is selected as the
local member from Fairfield. It
is further intimated that Reeves
is ambitious for the position in
order to continue the sausage
dynasty at the Farm, and ap
prove the Foster weinerwurst
system of supplying the public
institutions with officers in ad
vance of the accession to power
of the Democratic administra
tion. Mr. Reeves is a gentleman well
qualified for the position of
Trustee of the Reform Farm.
We believe him to be too sen
sible a man, too good a Demo
crat, to accept a position under
a ring arrangement, planned by
Foster and Clay Drinkle to hu
miliate the working, faithful
Democracy of Fairfield and Ohio
If Mr. Reeves, who is worthy
of State honors, enters into this
Foster plan, become's a li
the bologna business, 'he may
pect pencils sharpened to write
his political obituary.
We desire to say jn this con
nection that we believe Mr. nite
will make as good a Superintend
ent as any of hs predecessors.
We would approve his appoint
ment, coming in a legitimate
Democratic way, and when Mr.
Elite tenders his resignation as
an appointee of the Republican
defunct administration, we are
ready to petition for his appoint
ment by our incoming Demo
Hut if Hite and Reeved and
Clay Drinkle and Gov. Foster
and the liver worst, weinerwurst
bologna purge and puke is to be
the decoction tendered us, we
gag and kick, protest and revolt.
THE LAWYER FOLDIEK
Gen. DerbSu Ward Receives
a Deserved Honor.
Gen. Durbin Ward is the most
prominent and most popular
soldier in Ohio.
We venture tho assertion that
there is not a corporal's guard of
Democratic soldiers iu Hocking
or in Ohio that are not for Gen.
His popularity is not limited,
however, to his comrades in
arms. He is popular alike with
all classes and all professions.
Last week the lawyers of Ohio
held a State convention. The
honor, and it is an honor the
most distinguished that a profes
sion can bestow the honor of
election as President of the Bar
Association of Ohio was confer
red upon this grand, gallant, old
In this election he is recogniz
ed as being at the head of the
profession in this State. And so
he is. Hej stands among the
ablest -lawyers of the country.
Do maintains a spotless reputa
tion as a private citizen and a
public man. He is a soldier
whose renown fills the campfires
of every post on the continent,
and wherever in the world gal
lantry and bravery' are admired
It does seem to us that the hon
est man, the able lawyer, the
gallant soldier Bhould receive
from lawyers and soldiers and
from the honest, men of the leg
islature, the election to the TJ. S.
If the Pendleton proposition that
because Payne's son is "interested in
Standard Oil, Payne is to be held
responsible for that monopoly,
why not rule Senator Thurman out
of the party, because his son bolted
the ticket and supported Foraker.
Payne is no more responsible for
Standard Oil Monopoly, than is
Thurman for his son's political
Give Payne and Thurman a fair
chanco in the fight and not attempt
to blast them with sons or brother-
in-laws and Bowler eRtates, or such
like outside irrelevant matters.
But all will be well when Ward
DELINQUENT TAX SALE.
The Lands, Lots and parts or Lots returned delinquent Ja' 14 Treasurer of Hocking
county, Ohio, together with thoraxes and penalty cftarg C&lh xecn, agreeable to Law,
ailU COlltllllim! mill lnnrilwil In tl... fnlim.fS?... i;u vlT v
panics or Owners
Conkle Lewis ,
Brian J W ...... .
Young a Vorhees"'.".'"
Blight i Culver
Biian Isaac W
Zarley J H .7
Johnston T P
Pettit Win "
Dresback A Poling
Price John """
Wolf Daniel .'".."'
Ashford John II..
Smith Samuel V
Kby Lafayette "."'
Starling William '"
Suite of Ohio
Starkey Mary J
Reynolds Mu.'y.. .
ltempel F F a Co....'. '.'
Starkey George N
Johnston T P
Evland Daniel .'..".".;
Smith Matilda E ....
Turner .Thomas J
Bright & Culver..
Chamborlain G J
Newton W H a D
Newton W H A J B
Newton Wi) &D
Comly E B
Johnston T P ..
R T S L De&riplibn. Acres Value Taxes
..18 11 2 nw n w , 33 lyj 5 7
3 3 " ' 89 SCI 10 61
7 ep 201 5 01
4 2. 18 110 312
4 37J 151 4 27
swnw 37 113 3 20
8 saeptswne " ?H 183
tsi ne e svr ne 103 s ' 10(H 30 20
3 66 SH 11 29
2 0 . 219 7 08
9 2 A ne nw 62 499 14 16
II pt se so 5 10 39
ptsese 38 7.1 2 06
13 3 49 313 9 b
14 1 14 8.) 2 41
15 7 ,H 3 11
16 1 Aenw 95 79 16 42
17 mv-neAwnenw 61 248 7 05
no sw 41 250 7 33
sc se , 41 291 8 20
IS eso 80 457 14 31
1 68 545 9 79
aw no 40 244 C 92
19 4 123 1401 39 76
7 154 1250 35 47
6 pt 5 30 88
20 IS . 3 21 87
2 31 220 6 25
5 1 8 22
21 6 8 37 1 01
c Sw 83 168 4 76
22 sw be , 41 166 4 70
25 uwao ,' 41 250 7 09
26 3 ' - 69 859 10 55
27 3 38 159 4 67
1 ; .' - 27 110 3 11
28 ue sw - 40 244 9 87
29 1 22 134 31
nwso .. .,,-j.t 40 203 6 97
2 ., le 91 S 59
nJ4nno - 20 120 3'41
ef no nw . 20 122 3 46
. 30 6 - w. 22 85 2 41
30' s end w Yfr'f- . fa J 41
- sw no s1 i "" 'fJi 219 - -
4 pt&ptsesw "' 26 107 2 01
31 -WJS ne & w3 bJi'no 122 495 14 01
eJ4 o no 40 244 6 92
s pt no nw 41 -128 3 57
se nW . 68 177. 6 03
n w nw ' - 55 235 6 92
n pt ne nw - 17 51 1 48
32 se nw 41 - 203 S 90
v e nw 41 .150 7 08
w)i nw 82 499 14 66
2 5 35 101
scX 184 13S6 40 72
e) se sw ; 20 102 3 0
83 nw cor ii nw 30 18J 5 37
1 26 106 4 05
sw sw 1 308 7 9!
nw no '. ' 40 214 0 92
11 80 183 " 5 87
3 62 378 10 73
1 sw pt 182 5 85
2 ne pt 61 2 49
5 , 107 4 09
15 sJ -204 9 30
.4 2-3d pt Murphy's addition s 30 110
6 198- 7 74
Smith John A.
Johnston T P...
O'Neil John 17
Weten haver John
Rodm&n I laac .
Curran Jesse C
e nw &'nw nw
n pt eJ no
14 5 10
Woodruff Wm H
Woodruff Wm H
Zuiesvilleis excited over Hie
arrest of Charlie Oslie, a well
known restauranteur, for viola
tion of the Sunday law W. P.
Brown swore out the affidavit,
and Oshe has retaliated by filing
affidavits against Brown for con
tinuously violating an ordinance
against blowing a steam whistle.
The fines on the charges against
Brown will aggregate $21,000 as
Oshe says he can prove that
Brown has blown his whistle
seven times each day for a year.
Vauhorn R L....
England t Bright .
England A R
Jackson A U.
Jackson R P
Misner Mary .....
Huls D W
Rider Geo J
Huls O R
Huls D W
Gould G T
Trimmer H ,
Woods J H
McFarland Mary A.
Geiger James ......
Friend John W
Kelch G T
McBroom J U... .
"GORE SCHOOL DISTRICT. ,
16 It 26 9
GOOD HOPE TOWNSHIP-
18 13 15 1
3 nweor . .
3 except nw cor
10 & nw cor
17 neuw ,
18 swiw&nwsw -" '
MILLVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT.
1$ 13 22 5
....... 23 " 4 sw cor
5S Huls addition
GREEN TOWNSHIP. -
....lfi 13 '8 5 110
16 13 30 5 , 143
4 pt ' '
31 1 49
35 septsej & ne3 . .. 223
35 nwcorscJi&noJi "' 15
. 36 6 3
pt se sw ,33
7 sw ne ' 4-j
1 nwcorofsopt 23
1 n w cor " .. .,, , 10
1 sept ofs&ept , -:i 1 12
nw cor ofne pt sjpte" '. 11,
so pt of ne pt sJBd-"-" f 26
se nw 42
McBrowi A R .
GIB1SONVILLE SCHOOL DISTPJCTi
Dollivon R 11
The Gazette of last week de
clared in favor of Pendleton.
The Gazette is the mouth, piece
of the Republican party.
It will be gratifying to us to
know that in the event Pendle
ton is elected, that the Republi
cans and Democrats who opposed
Weldy are harmonious, and will
be compelled to accept like good
Democrats-, the determination of
Call flit. ll rasa lit.
The Lancaster Gazette's New
Tear Carrier's Address conies to
us by telephone an echo of a
eall to 3It. Pleasant, resurrect
ing old memories of love and
wild adventure in the heroic
times before John McNeal and
the telephonic poets were born.
The "Call, JVIt. Pleasant," how
ever, wakes up the yet living
memories, and the poet com
munes with fancies fresh in the
aquaint.ince of us all.
The address is a model of typ
ographical taste and skill, and n,
poet and printer
"Well all join In with jcenerouu cu-.
And sing long life to you and yoi .
Our Hiberneun brother of the
Somerset Review, who proposes
to buy Ireland thinks our sug
gestion to trade off Athens coun
ty and Gen'l Grosvenor thrown
in to boot, as levity, It was the
solemnest thought of the period
and we weep now as we revive
the recollection. The uninform
ed brother of thellewiew renders
himself liable to a damage suit
when he says he '!oes not know
Athens county and Gen'l Gros
venor. Athens county is k n o'w n
among the saints as Heirs Half
Acre, and General Grosvenor is
the prowling giaslicutiss of the
cemetery seeking whom he may
sue for lible, and when not thus
amused engages in writing obit
uaries of the Democratic party
with one hand whilst with the
other he holds up the Republi
can parly by ihe tail, kicking
the Irish with both both feet at
the same lime.
Y..u will get to know Grosvenor
too soon, unices you apologize.
We insist as the proper solu
tion of the Irish question, to
trade Hell's Half Acre and G'os-
venor for Ireland. This will in
crease the potato crop, reduce
the yield of statesmen, and bring
harmony to the political universe.
A. Prompt Rctinblc
One day last week the stove
pipe fell down in Mrs. L. Green's
sitting room, slightly scorching
tho rug and soiling the carpet
with soot. The house was insur
ed in the Phoenix, and when Mr.
Bori, the Hgent, heard of the
matter, he at once reported the
case, aud in threo days the com
pany forwarded Mrs. Green-SIS-'
as compensation for damage sus
tained. The Phoenix is a good com
pany to insure with. Us rates
are not high, and it is not a life
time in adjusting losses.
Walker Citharine. .
Ritis is Jacob M ...
RittBers Jaco') .
12 22 w'i no nw
On Wednesday of last week
Andy Reincheld left his carpet
sack, over coat and several oth
er articles of property in the de
pot waiting room, and, not keep
ing ins eye on tnem, two young
fellows, named Thos, Swindler
and Jas. Madison Riser, picked
them up and made off.
The officers were notified and
Marshal Galligher soon secured
the theives and brought them to
jail, where they will await the
ac'ion of the grand jury.
The value of the property as
determined on trial, may send
the young fellows to the penitentiary.
Friend G W
Rodecker Emma V...
Clapper Henry W
Avis DavfU .'....
same - ....
Defenbaugh M J
Hoey David Ij heirs...
iiesw & nwio
'4 sw cor
b ne & nw so
o4 se & nw sa l
ptnsept - -
; samq. ..............
s se nw .
south' perry! '
11 Kt rouse's Addition
15 Stronse'n Addition
i sirouse'B Addition
SALT CREEK TOWNSHIP.
Patton J H
Bliss Manuel W .
C & U V Mia Co.
Patton J H
Ewing Finley & Co
Patton J H
Patton J H
Kawley Asberry . .
Patton J 11
Oti, Jas J
England N B....
Patton J H
Inbody A& S
Patton J H
Patton J H
Quillen & Quillcn
Smart & Antony
Beery D M
Whftcratt W H.
Harper Elizabeth 17
Collins J L
Village ol Logan .
James W F
Pence R& J
Schwartz J E
James J W
Kittsmlller R O..
Finney Sarah A..
Home Ins. Co
Wort J W ,
Rippey C H
Collins J L .-...
Rippey C H
Collins J L
McCabe Jasper.. .
Urookc A 11
0 nt 10-100
25 S 359
20 10 12 exept nw cor 80
1 pt 2
7 pt 4
27 0 nend . 5
28 1 , - ij3
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127 . .
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IS 3 9
HEW MT. PLEASANT.
5 ne cor
Attached Territory to Logan.
8 & 9 w pt of s pt n oi RR ex
cept ne cor 1
8 & 9 ne cor n pt ol 8 pt
8 9nwcorwpt of b
ptnofRRcxne cor 3
10 nofRR 18
(Cbntinucdfrom last vxek.)
Mow YaicSi Cases arc Made.
This process of manufacture wss invented
by James Boss, who started in business in
IS".!, adl the methods and toe's used" in
nia i;.jj these watch cases arc co crctl by
pstci.ts. Thi3 is the only aalc cox made
under thi3 prcccs. For many years the in
troduction of these goods was slow, owing
to popular prejudice against "plated" goods,
but gradually the public learned that the
Jama Jj03i Gold Vcich Case was not a
ehtap gold-meshed or chciro-plcied article,
but waa made of genuine pld plcies of
tiandard qtxiiiij and ihichnea. Conscientious
adherence to the determination to make
the best watch case ever put on the market,
and the adoption of every improvement
suggested, has made the Jamts BosJ Gold
Wateh Catt tho standard. -iJgTvjun
In this watch case the parts &&
most subject to wear1 the bov, erotrn, hinges,
titvmb-ocichiz, etc., are made of solid gold.
Stmt S net ttj UlqtkM Witck Cm Ftottrba, Mi
felpMa. F , for kulm Khutratwl riayklfttbowiashsv
' Jimcs Bcaf sad Krtaa TTateli Cun mrm na.
(3b be continued.)
Notice Is hereby given that tho following
accounts and vouchers have been filed In
the Probate Court of Hocting county, O.,
for secondnnd final settlement
John Crawford, guardian of Adam Kern,
an Insane person
aud thesance will come nn for hearing on
th 21st day of Jan., 181, at JO o'clock, a.
m., or as soon thei oaf ter as may be con
venient, W.T. ACKER, Probate Judge.
Dec. 27 3w.
W pt el-2
895 27 55
36 2 50
2533 174 43
558 38 92
305 15 44
305 15 44
178 8 93
431 21 81
326 22 36
223 11 27
278 14 06
1778 89 96
657 44 40
910 46 05
253 25 18
178 8 27
46 3 16
15 1 02
603 43 83
bl 13 35
142 7 03
57 3 93
67 3 98
30 2 09
25 1 76
25 1 76
25 1 70
25 1 76
25 1 76
30 2 09
41 2 So
710 30 75
100 11 85
833 42 SI
50 i 2') 33
175 12 40
Notice is here given, that the following
accounts and vouchers hpve been filed In
the Probate Couitof Hocking county, O.,
lor second and final settlement.
John Crawford, gaardian of John W.
And the same will come on forhearlngon
21st day of January, 18S4, at 10 o'docK.Ja.
m.orassoou tuereofter as may be conve
nient. W T ACKER,
Decembr27 3w Probata judge.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
iugaccoiints and vouchers have been filet!
In the Probate Court of Hocking county,
Ohio, for settlement,
josiah T'aoraim, gaardian of John Lacy
and the soma -will come on forhearlngon
the 2istlay of January, 1881, at 10 o'
clock, n. ra., or as soon therealter as may
W.T. ACKER.Probate Judge
Deo 27 3w.
Notice is hereby given that the following
iccuuuisHuu vuuencis uave ueen meu in
the Probate Court of Hocking County, O.,
William A, Nye, guardian of Francis D.
Ncy and Rosa 2yo
and therfamo wiiicomeon Tor n caring on
the;21 day or Jan., 1884 at 10 o'clock, a. m.
or as soon thereafter as may be convenient.
W. T. ACKER, Probate J udge.
dec 27 3w
Positive Cure for Piles.
To the people of this Country we would
say -we have deen given the Agency of Dr.
MarchM's Italian PileOintment warrant
ed to cure or money refunded Internal,
External, Blind, Bleedng or Itching Piles.
Price 50c. a box. Foriale by
Slillcr & Case.
Parsonage M E Church
And notice is hereby given that tho whole of said several tracts, lots,
or parts of lots, or so much thereof as will ba necessary to pay the taxes
ana penalty charged thereoa, will be sold by the County Treasurer at the
Court House in said county on tho third Tuesday in January next, un
ies? said taxes and penalty be paid before that time, and that the sale
wi 1 be continued from day to diy until the s.iiil several tracts, lots and
parts of lots shall have been sold or offered for sale.
Dec. 28, 18S3. ' Jan. 3 2w
WE ALL KNOW
That water never runs np hill;
that kisses taste better than they
.'ook. and are better after dark.
that it is better to be right than left:
that those who take Dr Jone's Red
Glover Tonic never have dyspepsia,
costiveness, bad breath, piles, pim
ples, ague and raalarh diseases, poor
appetite low spirits, headache or
diseases of Ividne3's and Bladder.
Price 50 cents of liebor & Co.
Feb 15 1 yr.
The New York World says:
Mr. Hurd, of Ohio, proposes to
have an investigation of the de
partment of Justice. He should
be encouraged. The D. of J. is
saturated with corruption and
covered with a blue mold of in
competency. It should be stir-'
red with a warm poker.
Woman suffrage having been
adopted in Washington territory,
leading polititians, irrespective
of party, are petitioning Presi
dent Arthur to appoint Miv. Dun
way, leader of the woman's 'en
franchisement cause, Governor
of the territory
Neace W H .19
Ebert B 19
Ebert it .
Kobison Isabel H
Skear Henry -...IB
Justice John .
Reid Alfred jr
Smith H W -
Acker John.. ..
Johnston T P
Peters Win -
Belong Chanccy A....
Johnston TP -
Morris James -
Weaver & Smith
Bo liner John ,
lMel P J
Eby Henrv :. - .
Johnston T P....".
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nw ne . r,f , 4i
nw sor njsw . 8
n sw except nw cor . 52
Bro. McMillen, of the Marietta
Times, i-sued last week one of
the handsomest Chi 1st mas extras
we have seen this season. The
Times is a well sustained Demo
cratic paper, and I he readers will
ceitainly appreciate their editor's
liberality in tendering them
with holiday compliments such a
handsome ?nd interesting e:ctra.
The Speaker's chair in Con
gress has been pretty well -balanced
between the North aii3
South after all. There have been
fifty-two elections to till thai
place, and it has fallen twenty
six times to the North, while (he
election of Mr. Carlisle makes
(he twenty six times for the
Woodard Cliaa L.
Loo mi 9 James...
Oiiley N. .....,
Perkins A tl
Woodard C L
Perkin A 11
Terry UpII .'
Looinis John. .. .
Hocking Iron Co.
t.inic . . ..
Oijdcn Iron Co ..
Hocking Iron Co..
Monday Ck Iron co
Hqckinj: Iron co..
Jlondaj Ck Iron co
llloscr Sarah. . .
same . . .
11 -w cor
11 w cor
t & e pt
WARD TO WNSHIP.
w ;w ex't nw cor . 70'
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nw cor v4 sw t'Jr4J
es ne exc ttiw cor
39 & 40 pt lot 4
of lot 1
A Pleasant Surprise
On Uncle Eli Johnson, as he is
familiarly called, at his residence
in Washington Township, on
Christmas evening. Tho affair was
a suprise, gotien up by the younger
members cf the family, and neither
Mr. or Mrs. Johnson were made ac
quainted with tho truo intent of
the large gathering-of fifty of their
friends and neighbors, until after
the company had taken possession
'of his house. After partaking of a
bountiful Bupply of the good things
provided by the ladies, tho young
folks joined in singing, accompanied
by Miss Lisa Gordon, on the organ.
.After spending the evening very
pleasantly, listening to the music,
wo got our teams ready, bid good
night, and wishing many return
ing parties for Uncle Eli and his
good lady, we turn our faces homo
ward, feeling In our hearts that wo
have spent a pleasant and profitable
evening with our old pioneer.
F. S. M.
the ladies, who prepared it, and was
enjoyed by all, especially by Mr.
Jourgensnu'cr, whose 3ot.li birth-day
was the event of the occ-ision. The
part consisted f married pe.ipie,
and all had a good time, generally.
About 4 o'clock the company de
parted, wishing Mr. Jourgensmier
many more happy birth-days.
Milbnry M. Green, et al.
I In tlie.Court of Common Pleas of Hocking
Notice is hereby given that the nnder
signed, Sheriff 01 Hocking county, Ohio,
by virtue ora partition issued out ot said
Court in the above entitled cause and, to
him directed as Sheriff of said connty.-will,
at the door of the Court House, iu Logan,
On Saturday, February 2, 18S4,
at 1 o'clock, p m , of said day, offerfor sale
at public auction the following lauds and
tenements, bltuute in Athens county, O.,
Being on the south bank of the Hockljig
river, at the point where the west liueo
one hundred (l'JO) acre lot, number three
hundred at d lllty one (351), township
number ten 10, range number fourteen
(14). Dover to wnshipection number twen
ty live (25), crosses said rivex; thence south,
twenty Ave 125) chains, llfty six (56) links
to corner; thence east thirteen (131 chains
ten (10) links across said lot three hundred
and Hfty one (351); thence north ten (10)
chains iifteen (15) links to a corner; thence
east thirteen (13 chains across a hundred
(1U0) acre lot number three hrndred and
nfty (350); thence north Ave (5) chains,
fifty three (53) links to the north east cor
ner of iu lot number twenty four (24), in
the town of Tyler: thence south forty two
142), west two 2) chains to the south east
corner ofsaid in lot number twenty fonr
(21); thence north westerly fonr (4) ehalns,
fllty six (56) links to a corner of lot num
ber nineteen (19), in said town of Tyler;
thence northerly one(l) chain,flfty50linkm
to a corner of said lot number nineteen (19):
thence north fifty seven (57) east one UJ
chain and twenty (20) links, more or Iess
to the middle of the street: thence north
westerly with said street to the sonthmst
corner of the old mill lot in -said one hun
dred (100) acre lot number three hundred
and fifty l5u); thence toath seventy 701
west two (2) chains and fifty 50) linxs to
the west line or said lot; thence north, to
the bauK of said rfver; thence westerly up
said river to the place of beginning, con
taining fifty and a half 50) acres, more or
less, and Including within the said boun
daries lot number eighteen (18) In said
town of Tyler; also two parcels of ground
known as lots number twenty three and
twenty four 23) fc (24) in said town of Tyler
Theiwhole comprising the Salt Works
groperty conveyed to Milbnry M. Green,
y JIary Fuller by deed dated October first
(1st) lSdtf and recorded in Volume twenty
three (23), PP208 and 207 of the lands rec
ords of) Athens county, Ohio; also tarts of
the fifth division lots number three hun
dred and flftv two. three hundred and
fitly three and three hundred and fifty four
(352, 353 and 354) in section number twen
ty five (25), township number ten (10),
range number fourteen (14). In Dover town
ship, bein all thuse parts of said lots
numbers three hundred and fifty two,
three hundred and fifty three and three
hundred and fifty lour (352, 353 and 354),
lying south of the Hocking river, except
ing thirty (30 acres by a straight line oft
from the south end or said lots and about
thirty (30) acres off from the north end of
the south end of said lot number three
hundred and fllty fonr (354), lately owned
by Thomas Bwiug, the whole comprising
tbe Arnatage farm so called and contain
ing one hundred and flrty (150 acres, more
or less; also these several tracts or panels
oi uuujjiagauu uegiuuiugin .uoveriwp.,
beingsuch parts of one hundred (100) ace
lots number three huncred and. flfty-lx
three hundred and fifty seven, three hun
dred aud fitly eight and three hundred and
nuy nine.iso.ij-j,y-jf. anaxia). in section
nninneriiiiny gun loij.iownsmp number
ten (10). ranse number lourteen (141. as ilea
southwest of the middle thread of the
Hocking riven also such part of lot num
ber three hundred and fifty four (354), In
section number twenty five 125), township
number ten (lOr, range number feurtaen
(14), as lies southwest of the middle UuoaeV
of the Hocking river, and also so much of
lot number three hundred and fifty nine
(359), in said township number ten (IN.
range number fourteen (14). sections n urn-.
lies between the canal and said river, cof- ?,
vcredto George T Gould by ThomaslSf-
inir.fcentember the 19th. lsto: also sixtv.ffitt . l!
acres.more or lis, on the south cndorotfC; U-
nuueireu (iuu) acre lot numoer three nun- f
dred and fllty five 355) In section number
twenty five (i"j, in township number tea
(It, range number fourteen (14), being such f n-r ,-
part of ssi id lot as 1 les south of the Hocking
river, which was conveyed to George T
Gould by P.irdumC Hewettbydeed dated
ing town lots described in this writ.
May I S, 1SGS. Athens connty iand.lnclud-
'IVnns of Snip Ono third rush. nn Ihlr '
in one and one third in two years from dsyTb
ot Kale aud deferred payments be secured by ?
mortgageou ti-e premises sold.
A ppraiMxi atSU0G700.
Given nmlermy hand at Logan, Ohio,thIs
"11 day ol December, 1&&.
T. b MeCAUTHY.Sherifl".
W. K. Hambliu, Deputy.
We.'dy t Wright, att'ys Jan 3 aw
Editor Sentinel: We thought
to write you a few lines from this
part of the country that may in
terest some of your readers.
Tho health of our Tillage is good
and business in a prosperous con
dition. Henry West is teaching our
school, and universal satisfaction
Mrs: Malinda Sturts, of Ostego,
Obio., returned homo on last Sat
urday from visiting relatives aud
friends in this vicinitv.
On last Saturday, Mr. John Wal
ker, of Vinton County, and Miss
Clara A. -Baiuter, of this vicinity
wore married.atthe residence of tho
bride's mother, by Kov. James H.
Wo profier to tho young couplo
our sincere congratulations, an be
speak for them many happy years,
while calmly gliding on the sea of
matrimony, not soon to be overtaken
bp squalls. More anon.
Aw PI eSsaiit Surprise.
Mr. Henry Jourgensmicr, living ,
near Logan, was completely sur-
In the Court ot Common Fleas of Hooking
Notice li hereby given, that the under
signed, Shonir of Hocking county, Ohio by
virliin of an order ot sale issued out ot said
f Court in the above entitled cause and to
hlra directed iishoritrof said county, will
at the premise: In Ferry township,
On Saturday, February 2, 1881,
atl o'clock of said day, offer for sale at
public auction the following lands and
tenements situate in Hocking county, O.,
12J4 acres of land part of the north east
Quarter of section numbertwenty(20),town-
ship number twelve (12), range number
nineteen (19), beginning at a stone in the
section line aud torksol the road 1890 links
south of the north e.ibt corner of said sec
tion; thence with the road north 3A4 ,e"
grecs, west 40 poles to a stake; thence with
I to a stake in the section line; thence with
sum line suuui oayi uegrees, ran n puiraauu
1 links to a stone corner of Margaret Rice's
lot;thenco with said lot souths degrees
weetl'J polos to a stone; thence again with
8 dd lot south 83' degrees, east 20 poles to
tbesectlou lino and road; thence with said
liueaudroiwlsout!i2 decrees west 75 poles
and 15 links to the beginning, containing
li' i.cresorlandmoroorlebS to bo adver
tised and sold upon the in-iuisosan J return
able according to law.
Appraised at 8900.
Terms ot sale cash In hand.
Given unler my hand at Logan, Ohio
this SlBt day of December. 1S83, ,
T.F. McCAltTHY. Sheriff.
By W. E. Hambliu, Deputy.
Jeremiah Hall, attorney. jan 3-5w
TlicUoGil ofRchoo Examiners of r,on
Village will hold regular meeting for the
Examination of applicants for teachers'
sertirlcntes as follows, viz:
On the Third Wednesday of Feb
ruary. April, June, August,
October and December,
at tbeefneeof the Supcrintendant, in th
School IJmliliiig of said Village, comaien
AJgat 10 o'clock, a.m.,of each day.
By order of Examiners,
j . i. u i tl, I'resaenr.
A H- MTiisoif, Clerk. j nno 2!y
Notice Is hereby eiven that the foUow
Ing accounts and vouchers have been filed
in t he Probata Court of Hocking connty,
Ohio, .'or settlement, Kichard 1. SuUvan,
gunnliin oi John t". Hoey and Joanna
uoey.anci tne same win tonic on ior near
ing on the 25th day January, 1SS4 at 10 o
clock, a. m. or as soon thereafter as may
beconvenient. W.T. ACKEKrPro. Judca
January 3, 1SS1 Sr
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Notice is hereby given that the partne
1 ship heretofore existing betweeu Martin
1TC15UUU 11UVLV AJCUH.C1, UUUi i,v, u..m
name or WeisA Beck-rli this day dissolv
ed by mutual consent. The said Albert
Becker assuming all liabilities and indebt
edness or the said firm. Logan, O-, Dec.23,
1&53. Martin Weis,
jan 3 3w Albert Becker.
Administrator's Sale of
REAL- ES MTB.
prised on Friday last, by a number j
of fiiends and relatives from Lpgan
After a cordial greeting, in . jiieh
all gladly participated, a large tablo
was constructed m the dining room,
loaded to its utmost capacity wjtli
just the things that are calculated (o
make peoplo happy, and enjoy U
half hour of the most desirable tirl.e
in mortal life, to say the least ,of
the din nor. It did great credit-o
Iu pursuance ofan order or the Probate
Courtor Hocking county, Ohio, I wUl offer
for sale at public auction on
Saturday, the 2d day of Feb. 1884,
atone o'clock, p, m, at the door of the Court
House in Logan, Hocking county, Ohio,
the following described premises, situate
1 Green township, HocUng county, O.,
to-wit: Lot number Ave (5): section num-
dsr tuirty (3'J), township number thirteen
(13), range number bixteen (10), containing
one hundred aud forty three and eighteen
hundred (Ui.lS) acres, more or less, rerer
ence being had to Book "A," Pago UJ rec-o.-d
orplatsorSfcctionsor Hocking county,
Appraised at 51700,00.
Terms of Sale One third csh, one third
in one year aud one third in two years
from the day of sale, with interest, the pay
ments to be secured by mortgage on the
with the Will nnnexod ot Elias Denuis.dc.d
January 3, l&U-td
Iu the Keller Building,
Mr. John Uckcr will supply the public, nt
his meat shop in Keller's Building witli all
kinds of tho very best meats, at reasonable
prices. Meats ot nil kinds constantly on
hand. The highest price paid lor l.tt cat
tle, sheep and liogs. January S, lbi ly
The School Examiners of Hocking coun
ty, Ohio, wiU meet at the
Union School Souse,
First and Third Saturdays oi
at 9 o'clock, a. m., except January. July
ana August. Applicants must furnish pre
paid en elopes by which they will receive
the result of tbe examination.
of good morl character will be required ca
thoe unknown to tho Board.
The grading Is represented on a scale of
to 100 , and six classes of certificates will
be issued, viz:
First Class, Five Years. No branch less
than 'Jo and an experience of not less than
three consecutive years of teaching next
proceeding the application, eighteen
months of which experience shall have
been in one place.
Second Class, Three Years. "When the
applicant has an average of 95, no branch
less than 90, aud twenty four months ex
Third Class, Twenty FourMonths. An
average of 90, no branch less than 85 and
eighteen months experience in teaching.
Fourth Class, Eighteen Months. An av
erage of 85, io branch less than 75 and
twelve months experience in teaching.
Fifth Class, Twelve Months. When in no
branch there is less than 70.
Sixth Class, six months. When in no
branch there Is less than 60. This is a trial
certificate and will not be issued to an ap
plicant who has taught, after Sept. 1, 18S2.
Asatisractory examination in the The
ory and Practice or teaching and agoodde-
sreeotsuecess is leacning ana governing a
school will be favorably considered. Ab
plicants are required io furnish testimo
nials of good moral character.
J. P. H.STEDEM
January 1, 1S70. Examiucrs
Infants and Children !
Wtthont Morphine, or Narcotlne.
What gives our Children rosv cheeks.
What cures their fevers, malces them sleep;
When Babies fret, and crv by turns.
What cures their colic, kills their worms.
What quickly cures Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Colds, Indigestion :
Farewell then to Jlorpliine Syrups,
Castor Oil and Paregoric, and
Favorably known to this cesai
one of the best
in the State, has opened a Merchant Tall
oringShop intheSpyby bulldingand will
keep on hand tho best and latest styles r
and will make
Suits to Order
on short notice. Call and sceaisstoak f
of the latest styles, and. learn the raNi
which they are furnished. Perfect
WORTH SENDING FOR!
Dr. J. H. 8CHEXCK baa Jsst poblised a book m
DISEASES OF THE LUNGS
m HOW TO CURE THEM
which is offered FREE, postpaidto all iriTlisiils
It coatainataluabUuitonna: foraUvEoiiarMia
thrcnsclvcs cfibrtcd witb, cr liable to any &eUac3
:')(tiJcrllt3. Mcut ot Una paper. AdOm
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J. A. IVARDWELL,
Centaur Liniment. An ab
solute euro for Rheumatism,
Sprains, Burns, Galls, &c., and an
All Job WorJi Prompt
Men sent to any part or the city and coun
try at reasonable rates. Shop on Hunter
street, James' So.ip factory Buildings
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