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Mr. Jack Denton left for It Pleas"
ant hwt sight
Miw Lizzie Atkins is visiting
friends and relatives in 2Se!sonrill6
.Nlfrr. G. H. Buerhaus was .cai'ed
to Pomerov on Tuesday to attend
to legal business. -
The lundnj Evealng Storm-
Senator Welsh was iri the city
on last Thursday, attending to
c - .-.
" Street Commissioner Woodk is
doing a good work in cleaning up
the streets. Let the work go on.
The little seven year old daugh
ter of Mr. John Howe of Oakland,
is dangerously sick with lung
Fink Ennis, while playing base
ball last Saturday, had' the end
-of his second finger mashed.
Dr. Farquhar, of ZanesvHle,
'will be in Logan at the Rem pel
House on Thursday and Friday,
MaySth and 9th.
The iren cages for the Cala
boose on the city lot are being
made by the Mot her wells, and
will be finished in a short time.
The fearful storm of last Sun
day evening which rivaled in
destructiveness the most disas
trous cyclones of the west, par
ticulars of which are published
elsewhere, visited in a mild and
modified fornl parts of our coun
ty. I Laurel township a heavy
hail and wind storm" prevailed,
and in Marion, near Dr. itfc
Cune's, a regular whirlwind pre
vailed, tearing down light build1
ings, scattering fences, and de
stroying timber in a path one
hundred and fifty feet wide. No
liVes were lost, although several
narrow escapes are told of. An
dy Vorris' buggy was wrenched
from his horse just as .he had it
partly unhitched, and carried
considerable distance by the
wind. The roar of the storm
and the blinding lightning are
said by those who witnessed it
from a short distance beyond its
path, to have been awful and
terrifying. On both sides of the
whirlwind heavy hail fell. - At
Gore the storm moved a num
ber of houses on their founda
tions, and destroyed the Jight
outbuildings. No ' rain fell in
Logan, although the roar of the
storm was quite audible.
A Miniature Cyclone.
On last Tuesday- afternoon a
miniature ryclone -organized ou
Mr. Gompfs vegetable garden.
The 6un was shining bright and
and the air quiet. In a moment
a whirl wind started in the gar
don, lifting up a number of sash
from the hot houseand dashing
them to pieces. His .bed of pie
plant was ruined, the"plants be
ing torn up and twisted from the
The whirlwind seenled to dis
sipate in a moment, disappearing
as rapidly as it organized.
It looks as though-the weather
clerk way trying his liand exper.
imenting in localities heretofore
strangers to storm.
Wan Is Cheap Teachers.
Fiili Slfrker't Establishment.
An interesting and instructive
article on Coffee and the Urocery
trade, from a late issue of the
Jiepublican-Gazette, appears on
1 lie first page of this paper.
Mr. Frank Shaw has built a
Very neat and handsome cottage
-residence in Oakland. Several
ocher buildings are in contem
plation in this healthy and desir
Defective Land Titles.
Hr. Henry Goodlive of M.ar--villeoneef
the enterprising far
mers of his county, made us a
pleasant call on last Saturday,
and ordered the Sentinel -continued
until we have a Democratic
tfr, and Mrs. Will MoOorrnick
.have a welcome visitor, a young
"daughter, who arrived on Mon-!
day night of last week.
The First Bank has enlarged
the capacity of the vault by at
-new set of larger and stronger
inside iron casing.
Mr. and Mrs John Ralston are
"happy in the possession of a new
daughter, who arrived on last
.&ifty Acker is doing some. xf
the finest job work of any print
ing, office in the Valley. His
'work js neat, fashionable and in
" the very best of taste. Call at
the Sentinel and. see specimens.
The new Municipal Adniinis
fration is starting out right. Let
the watchword be '"clean up !
-clean out 1''
Mr. J. B. Bulin has been kept
busy the last two weeks abstract
ing titles ef lands for persons
alarmed by the discovery of the
insecure title to the Craft Fur
Mayor Brehm's Annual Mes
sage, containing important mu
nicipal facts and valuable sug
gestions appears on the first page
of this paper.
The little children of Miss
Noonan's school made up a lot
of nice presents this week for the
sOxphansat the Home. The gifts
were candies, fruits and play
things. This act of the little
-school children shocld be a whole
some lesson to us all, to open
our hearts in charity, and not
forget the orphans.
Mr. Robert Swinehart, the pop
ular Attorney of Adelphi, Was in
the city 'on Saturday, attending
te important business in the Pro
bate Court. He offers some Very
"desirable lands for sale, adver-
tisement of which appears elsewhere.
Auditor Bowen planted four
handsome Maples on the Court
House grounds on Arbor day."
The cows have made several
Vigorous attempts to rub them
down, but they -are still standing,
for a wonder.
Haifa centurjr ago lands in the
wilderness of Hocking county
were not very valuable, and but
little attention was paid to guard
ing the legality of titles.
This negligence of the early
day is likely to result in expen
sive and' embarrassing law suits,
unless the present owners resort
to such lejgai protection as the
Law affords them.
A case just now attracting at
tention will illustrate the situa
tion In 1831 a man named Lozier
owned a large tract -jf land in
Greett township. Fifty years
ago the lands were sold lor taxes,
Dr. "Culver being "the purchaser,
at about S30. Culver sold the
property to a man in Marietta,
who subsequently sold it in tracts
to various parties, the valuable
parts finally coming into posses
sion 'of W. N. England and ffm.
Wolf who sold to Crafts.
Crafts' Furnace and Greendale
stand upon the Lozier land Isold
About two weeks ago an at'.or
new from New York represent
ing the Lozier heirs, who, find
ing their ancient patrimony be
coming valuable, came to Logan
and employed J. B Butin, who
is the most experienced -abstractor
of titles imour county, to look
up the title. The present own
ers hold under a tax -itle, and
that kind of a title is said to be
goodxmly as long as it is not at
tacked. About three-fourths xf the
lands of Hocking county rest up
on such insecure titles.
" The law presents a ready and
cheap method of quieting titles,
thus unstable, and it certainly will
save nluch embarrassment and
costly law suits if land owners
would at once procure abstracts,
and in the event of any defect
existing, go into court and have
the titles made legal and Certain.
Mr. Editor: Business is rather
dull in our Village" at present.
There seems to be considerable
of activity among the teachers in
looking up their schools for the
summer and winter. We think
the teachers are asking too
much for their - services. We
think teachers should teach for
the same price paid other hands.
They do not work more than
half their lime, and the work is
not near so hard as that per
formed by the ordinary laborer.
We think the local directors
should see to this matter of wa
ges. Sevent3r-five cents a day is
good wages for the summer, and
one dollar for the winter. The
directors can get teachers for
these.figures, if they manage the
thing properly. Let them call
their meetings and resolve that
they will fix their own prices for
teaching, and they will be crowd
ed with applicants ready an anx
ious to teach their scho ds. We
understand our directors have
employed a teacher for the sum
mer for seventeen dollars per
month, which we think is still
too high, but is a step in the
right direction, and we hope oth
er directors will follow their ex
ample. The teacher who will
teach the most reasonable should
have the best grade of certificate.
All teachers who will teach for
one dollar a day next winter,
should have a five years certifi
cate, renewable forever. Of
course some of our teachers will
kick on this matter; but just let
them kick. A Farmer.
We will issue a CAMPAIGN
SENTINEL, beginning the
1st Week in June
and closing with the week follow
ing the Presidential Election.
Ifiinclo KiiliriVoi TK ofc
Clubs of 20 or more, 50 cts.
IIWARI1BI.Y IX ADVANCE.
The Sentinel will contain all
the LOCAL NEWS of interest
and importance. It will present
Tfte Issses Fairly,
and advocate to the best of our
ability the advancement of Dem
ocratic Principles and the elec
tion of Democratic Candidates.
On last Thursday niaiht ahorse
belonging to Mr. Bright, living
on Ruble's place in Marion twp.,
broke out of Vlre stable where it
had been lied, and wandering
around, fell into Geo. Warick's
cistern, at north end of Mulberry
street. The animal was got out
by digging "a dilch froni the cis
Mrs. C. M. Gould and Mrs. J.
L. Collins were Called to Pitts
burg, Pa., on Monday last to at
tend the funeral of their uncle,
Mr. John Rippey, who died Sun
day morning; in the 83d year of
his age. The deceased was the
oldest brother of lour former citi
zen, William Rippey, and was
the last surviving member ef the
Married-April 24th, 18S4, by
W. M. Davev, J. P.. at his office.
Containing Speeches from our
ablest men, will be frequently
furnished, and the readers kept
posted upon the living political
issues of Lhe Campaign.
We wish our
to interest, themselves in help
ing to increase the circulation,
and thus aid in the spread ol
Democratic Principles and the
success of the Democratic Party.
on Political and Current News
Matters is soli -ited from every
JJSF Money can be sent by
Mail at our ris-k.
Address all communications to
May 3 6w Logan, 0.
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Important to Grand Jury
FROM THE PROSECUTING
The Prosecuting Attorney
quests that persons de3ising to ap
pear, orsend witnesses bejore the
Grand Jury, should fnrnish him
with. i list of the names of witnesses
At least ten days prior to the session
tf thft iJ-tatir1 .fivrir inlian ikn AA...n
George Hammond to Miss Annie: ,ofthe contpUinl fs'in exiBtaiIC0 at
Snyder. that time, othorwhie as soon js nos
The Grand Jury meets on Moi
day, M.y 19th, 1884.
Parties having grievances, or
having a knowledge of crimes com
mitted and who do not make re
port, must hod themselves respons
ible and not the officers of the law,
for any fail ures to bring gui ty par
ties to punishment-
C. H. Buerhaus
May 1st, 3w.
Con. Lynch, while playing
base ball last Saturday, fell and
fractured one of the bones of his
shoulder. Dr. Cable rendered
the necessary surgical aid. Con
hopes soon to be able to play
base ball again.
Phil Slisher's opening of his
new establishment on Main St.,
apposite the City Building, was
celebrated on last Thursday night
by one of the most agreeable so
cial parties Logan has ever wit
nessed. About fifty couple were
present and dedicated the New
Hall in the good old fashioned
"They danced all night till broad day
light. And went home with the gals in the
Mr. Jacob Schwarz, the old re
liable Hardware merchants, will
present his compliments. to the
readers of the Sentinel in an in
teresting advertisement next
week. He invites the public to
vail and see him.
On last Saturday fourteen of
the children of the Orphan's
Home eat a lot of polk root plow
ed up in a field close by the Home
and all got deathly sick. Dr.
Mansfield was called and gave
the proper antidotes, and the
-children are recovering. Parents
should advise their children of
the danger not only of polk root,
but of the many weeds and plants'
tf a poisonous nature, which
children thoughtlessly a..d ignor
mntly are apt to eat.
The Sons of Veterans will give
a Grand Ball at Shscher Hall
this evening, lhe Managers are
Dr. C. W. Cable, W. P. Price and
C E. Bowen, Jr. We bespeak
for the Sons a pleasant social
evening, and -assure them they
have the hearty encouragement
of the Home Guard Fathers.
Mr. Chris. Hartman will leave
tfcw week for Saginaw, Mich ,where
he will engage in taking charge of
M MltlB irllAlfaDaltt AVsJ ...2l ... I
.,..., grocery goods for SLOO
tor' j hoube in Logan.
Prof. Orton of the Columbus
Agricultural College, was in our
"city on last Friday evening, and
look away the strange bone found
by Mr. Turner. The Professor
Will subject the bone to scientific
investigation and promises to
send the result of his examiua
tion to the Sentinel.
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We are indebted to Father
Cady for the notice of the ""oldest
paper," appearing on the first
page. The Rev. gentleman trans
lated the article from a Latin
work, and set up the type. Revs.
Cady and Rambo are both prac
tical printers, having worked
each about five years at the case.
Attention is called to the ad
vertisement of Mr, J. E. Tritsch.
The Logan Woolen Mills have an
established reputition at home
and abroad, ahd our readers will
be profiled by payihg attention
to the advertisement which ap
John FraBch wjll sell you more
than any other
Mr. Henry Lutz and Mr. A.
Magoon went to Columbus on
Tuesday at the invitation of Col.
Kempel, to examine the condi
tion 'of the Water Works machi
nery at the Penitentiary, and
nkke suggestions relative to pro
posed changes and improvement
in the various systenis ot machi
nery. No more practicable or
tonsible men than Lutz & Ma
goon eonld be found in the State,
and such suggestions as they
may make will be valuable.
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Married At the Presbj'terian
Parsonage on t e evening of the
23d inst, by Rev. C. C. Hart, Mr.
W. P. Mathias with Miss Ida
Mr. Vic Tuscher's new adver-tisi-hient
appears this week, and
will be interesting reading to the
people Who contemplate buying
new furniture this spring.
Mr. Tuscher is an enterprising
young man, and he proposes to
give bargains Vo the people of
this county in all kinds of furni
ture. He defies competition in
prices, and guarantees his goods
as equal to the best.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Stewart, of Furnacelown,
gave them a pleasant surprise
party on last Tuesday eveninjr,
the occasion being their 30th
wedding anniversary. The com
pany was heartily welcomed and
pleasantly entertained, and an
enjoyaole evening spent by all.
Last week H. L. Wright complet
ed a purchase of Ed. Wes'enhaver
of his share, 125acre3 of the old
This together with what Mr.
Wright had formerly bought, gives
him 250 acres which includes a
large part of the old farm of the an
cestors of Judgo Biddle, of Indi-
Mr. Phil Slisher has his new
building on the Culver lot oppo
site the City Building completed,
and his various departments in
full running order. His new
building is a handsome estab
lishment and an rnament to the
town. - i
The first room p the grocery,
which is suppliedwith all the
best of staple groceries, provis
ionsj candies and confectionaries.
The second room is a saloon
and restaurant. Thebarissup
plied with the best jfnd purest
liquors, and the restaurant ad
joining is a pleasant place for a
quiet and delicious lunch..
In the rear is the best appoint
ed bake shbp in the Valley.
Fresh bread and cakes of all
kinds are baked fresh to order,
and kept for the demands of cus
tomers. The hall on the second floor is
nearly completed and is a pleas
ant place for social parties.
Mr. Slisher contemplates sev
eral additional improvements at
an early day, and when his es
tablishment is completed, he will
have the most enminodious and
convenient business house in t! e
Slisher has personal charge
of the Bakery, John-and George
Slisher are in charge of the gro
cery, and George Bright is chief
clerk in the saloon.
The "boys' are all as pleasant
and accommodating as the "old
man,' and we can assure our
readers that agreeable attention
will be given to all who patron
ize the place.
Mr. Nick Weiland's boys have
made for the store a cooler and
back-board, which In skill of
workmanship, taste in design,
and convenience ol plan, would
do credit to the oldest and best
mechanical geilius.in town. The
boys are certainlyMles4iircd 'to
make first class mechanics.
We regret that such excellent
young men ss the Weiland boys
are, have sought other homes.
Charlie has gone to Point Pleas
ant, and Gus will go next week.
,We heartily commend them to
the good people of that Logan
ICE ! ICE l C ICE ! ! !
I am now prepared to deliver
to the people of Logan Ice du
ring the summer, at thirty-five
rents por hundred. Leave or
ders with driver or with
mayl 3t Harrow White
Hardware! Hardware f
New and Complete Stock of Goods
J. 3, BEILHARZ'S
"Don't You Forget It."
We hnve overvthine in the General Hardware Line - TSrUa
Iron, Steel, Glass, Paints, Carpenter's & Blacksmith's TooU, Fork, Hoeg,
Shovels, Wostenholm & Son's and Friedmann fc Lauterjung'a Celebrated
HAVING PURCHASED THE STOCK OF
K3t J. if. ibtx:r,:k:
aunounse to the people tliat I will eontinun in business nt the old Unil,
you will and the larger and ft iit tlauk nt
a'S) ,. -. Jk. fait !k Si
aettlM- WI4Ti' IS M;i5ll13 ? JS. W"Z
and bhears, Bird Cages, &c., &c. Also, the lateat improvod
such as "Peerless" Reapers and Mowers, which are durable and not ex
pensive, in Draft, the Lightest; JPorfection in Quality ot work; Unrival
ed and soil on their merits.
of which there are mora sold than
. t.ij unci lingVHD 111 Hie UlllieU
OLIVERS PXTEjYT COMBItfdTIOtf FLOW,
with Beversible Point and Wing, and which hundreds of Farmers and
Dealers pronounce the Best Plow ever put in their hands.
All are cordially invited ta come and examine our Goods, and learn the
'ow cash pnceB at which we are selling them, and we are confident this
will convince you that you can save money, every lime, bvbuyina-of
iu.atlftias A Filiug,
Bishop Building, Logan, Ohio,
U I III lllhll!
April 3, 1884.
Whips from 10c to $3; Kobes from $1.50 to $10; Blankets from 75c to$3;
Sadd os frmu $1 50 to 25; litiggy harness from $8 to 50.00; Dr ft from
$1G,0 to 30.OO; Collars f.om 9Uc to $3, .aid special attention paid lu
t employ none bnt UI1 fed workmen and nse notMns Imt tire et of stoclc. a"
and callanU examine ray goods ofore baying elsewhere Don't forget the pla
Kellr Block, Jjogan, Ohio. Allgooda warranirp. nouvss-?
Everybody Ought to Know !
That on Account of the Fine Assortment of
Boots and Shoes
I handle, I am enabled to purchase a'mostexclosive'y from rmnufacfur
era. thereby giving my customers the profits of the Wholesale Dea'er.
The finest assortment of Ladies and Gents
now on exhibition. We would "also call attention of the Ladies of this
vicinity to the finest slock of
CO - ? -a 1
Si nr! z SHmh 5 Jl Sin!
Bos clsr ! SSls
a - i in f
About thirty or more persons
have selected lots in the new
cemetery and have not called
lor the receipts. Most of these
selections were made more than
a year ago. We are in debt and
need money badly. Persons who
selected lots have no right or ti
tie tolhem until paid for. and
owing to our financial eiribarrass
ment we can not hold them
longer, and unless the parlies
pay for them within the next
ten days, they will be sold to
any One who may desire to pur
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. .New Milinery (roods.
The Misses Mary &Kate Kessler
are now ready to show the ladies of
Logan, a stock of Mi'linery Good
wbicn surpasses anything ever ex
fc.'htta.l ;n r.... LV." ..l:
.ia v ci jr tiling new
prices to suit the
hibited in Logan.
aiid fresh, and
Don't fail to call on Mary &
Kate Kessler and se their new
Flowers, Ribbons, Ac.
Ladies s'muld call at the Shoe
store of Henry W. Mayer, and ex
amine his stock of shoes and dippers.
The24lh Annual dialogue of
the Miami Commercial Colleen
Dayton, Ohio, will be sent free ou
Gentlemen wishing Obthing
made to order will find Cuns. Rose
& Go's stock of Woolens complete
in all departments, ataplo and nov
elties. While their workmanship
cannot bo surpassed.
Gentlemen will always find Chas.
Rose & Cos stock of Hats ahd Fur
nishing Goods complete, and com
prising the latest novelties in con
junction with a lull supply of sta
ples. Where to Buy.
That is the question which has
been agitaiihg the minds of tho peo
ple of Logan and in Order to Bot
tle the question Geo. Fox wUhes to
say through the colunlna of the
Sentinel, that he is furnishing the
beat ol beef at less money than any
other butcher in the ciiy.
Ladies fine kid hand sewed shoes,
Comly & Higgins have for sale
a lot of Farm Wagons, Express
es and Buggies, the befet styles
t hat are made.
Comly & Higgin.s lrTfcve for sale
all kinds sizes and styles of Bird
Cages. Prices eheap."
Comly & Higgins are agents
for the sale of the celebrated and
unrivalled Champion Reaper and
Mower. Inquire of prices before
Comly & Higg'hs are agents
for the Fairbank Scales, the most
reliable Scales manufactured.
uomty & Higgins are agents
for the Sale of the Motherwell
Plows. These Plows are pro
nounced the best by the farmers
who have tried them., Prices
Comly & Higgins have for sale
the real bent wood Churn, the
best in the market.
Comly & Higgins "ae agents
for the Thomas Sulky Rake, the
premium rake of the age. ,
Comly & Higgirib keep a well
assorted stock ot 'all kinds of
Hardware. The largest stock,
the greatest assortment, the best
quality and the cheapest prices.
Paints. Oils, Brushes, Varnish
es, in abundant quality and of
every variety, for sale at Comly
A Large assortment of Leath
er Belting for Sale at Comlv &
Frank Myers,the leading Shoe
maker of the city, has just re
ceived a large stock of Boots'and
Shoes which he is offering to the
public at very low ligtires.
John Vanhorn, the proprietor
of the Avenue Hou.se, has, re-fitted
and re-furnished the house,
arid is now prepared to accom
modate the public. His bar is
run in first class style, and all
goods are No. I.
When.ih the city call at the
Marble Works of Eisele & Mc-
Lain if you wish to see some of
the finest work in the State.
Mrs. Hajns has jnst received a
large stock of Millinery goods,
which she will sell at the lowest
cash price. Her stock is all new,
purchased this spring and ejpec-
cially for this market. Spring.
isonnets ironi twenty cents up.
Dont fail to call in and examine
her stock and secure bargains.
The Starr Saloon-, William Wa
ner prop'rieter, has the reputa
tion of being llie nicest, cleanest
and most comfortable saloon in
the city. The Saloon is first
class in every respect-, and Mr.
Waner handles nothing but first-
ever offered for sale by any dealer in Logan. 1 offer them at surprisingly
law figures, and defy aU competition. -Repairing neatly and oromptly
attended to at reasonable rates. Call and examine.
Logan, April 17, 1S84,
Opposite Rempel Houso.
-DEALEft IN '-
C'othes don't make tho man bnt it Js a recognized fact that good taste
in Dress is generally indicative of the Gentleman. The production of re
fined and elegant Garments is Art but few are possessed of. Our ability
to 'produce such Garments is, we lielieVe, un'questioh'ed. Our selections of
for Spring are such as we feel confident will meet with the approval of
gentlemen of refinrd taste in dress.
We would suggest that those desiring Specialties, call early, as these
styles cannot be duplicated.
Mattox & Wei&
Logan, April 17, 1884. Artist Tailors.
Louisa M. Richards, Plaintiff,
Samuel R chards, IVfendimt.
The aTiove named defendant who Is a non
tesiilentof the State of OMo, and whois n
itsiiletit Of the Territory or Dakota, 0-r-r.icnlar
countv anil place of his residence
being unknown to petitioner,) will take
Plants for Sale.
I I will be prepared 'to furnish
our citizens and people near and
far with any amount of thrifty
C.ibbage, Tomato, Sweet Potato
and other plants for the garden.
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uauce uiaiuii uiuiiiu my 01 niuu, wmi i i Euaraiiiee mem as lir.f pIskcim
the phiiutlff. Louisa M. Richards, wife of fi-iV i ? ii .
said defendant, tiled her petition lu the quality and ill plants
Court of Common Pleas of Hocking conn-. i wjli jni,nJv ,p npir1 ir mv
ty. Oh fo, against skid defendant, praying J y1'1 1PP'. lie people at mV
therein that she be divorced from him and I sta lin Oil Market Square, COm-
Ihereln sets forth the following causes tf fl fi , ,' t,
divorce: 1st, gross negiest of duty. 2d, mencing the first of next week,
willlul absence lor more thtin three yeira. t with all the earlv Veret ibles
Siiacanse win oe ior inai ai uie next j. .n-r n n j. .
termofcourt. . ana at which place all orders can
Apni i7-wBy GKOGe?orneys. be left for Plants which will he
promptly mrnisiieu ai reasonable
rates. Hexey Gompf.
April 3 tf.
To Owners 'of Fractional Lots
Hocking County Ohio.
Wagons, Mowing Machine,
Iron, Nails, Glass, Cutlery,
$ash Tools, Harrows, Rakes
South Bend Chiiftl Plow
Iron Beam Chilled ' do
The celebrated Milburn Wagofc, one and hvo-horse
Corn Planters, Corn Drills, 3 different kinds rf Hand
Com Planters. Also, the Red Jacket Vor'ce Pump, tire
newest Pump out. Farmers -and all others -are invited to
give me a call, and examine my Wares.
March 27, 1884.
class goods. Drdp in Arid see
him whien vbu visit the West
The kid'iers act a& purifiers of
the blood, and when their functions
are interfered with through weak
ness, they heed toning . They be
come healthfully active by the use
of Hosteler's Stomach Hitters when
falling short of relief from other
sources. This superb stimulating
tonic also prevents and arrests fevor
and ague, constipation Jier com
plaint, dyspepsia.-rheomatism and
ailments. Use it with resrulariU.
our own make from $6 to 810, ut For Rale by all Dru-gists an Deil
W. R. Bowlhy & Son. crsceneaalir.
By oYdfrOf tliSComniKslonei-s of flock
ing county, I have completed the Recortlji
of Pints ol rr&ctional L ls, and am now
ready o rcei ve fet s for recording the .mne
from the ou ners if said rr.tction.il loM for
the next thirty days.
if not p.iid within this time, the same
will be placed on the Tax Du lieale with
Auditor's and Treasurer's f es added, and
will be collected us other lax
Recorder Hocking C'eunty, O.
April W, 13S4 4W
Fike. Smith & Co.,
olm Horden Plaintiu",
Polly Horden, Defendant.
In the Common Pleus Co'art of Hocking
Slid defendant, whose place cT residence
is unknown, will tako notice, that on the
10th day of Ai-nl A. D. lbSl, the pIilntifT
filed his petition in trie Court or Uoinmon
Pleas of Hocking County, Ohio, praying
for a div dree froni said defendant 6H the
pround.of wil'ol absence for more than
three years and said cause will be for hear
ing ut the May torm of Court, 1SSI.
, , . John Horden.
Carl H. Buerhsius, Att'y. aprll i0-6w
Zepuaniah Brown, plalntiir, va John Fox,
Before Thomas Hutcliins, J. P. of Laurel
townsuI. Ilookinj: county.Ohlo.
On the 5th dayOI April. 1884, Raid Justicft
issued anorderofaUachmentln the above
action Tor tho sum or (31S 38) forty-eight
dollars and thlrly-elght cents, and twenty
(30) dollars probable costs. Said act! 'n
will be (or hearing at 10 o'clock, a. m., May
ZEPHANIAH BROWN, PITT.
April 21, 1881 3w
ISO. BYS.L. KEITH. BSAZIZ. mPiAKAT
e nop ;
fSpring Street JLoguu, Ohio
GCIES WHFBT lit tlSE FAILS.
Best Cough fcjyru p. Tastes good.
Use in time, boidbydraeeists.
'We are reflated to build all kinds of Carriages, BuirsuR and Snrinsr Wni
ruis, at the very lowest prices. All kinds of Ripairin:: done." Wood Work of all
kinds neatly executed. A large and complete lot of Finished Woik constancy on
Carriage, Buggy and Sign Painting,
At the lowest pr!e, and guarantee Hie best job in ll.e cv.
olacksniituing as hrt-cla-5s.
branch of business.
April 2i, 1881-ly
Ve warrant all our
r.st-class. Alsi hone shoeing and everything pert:lining lo ouf
Call and give us a trial before goinc'dse where.
y FIXE, SMITH & LO,