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TEK3IS WAX YEAR,
Tliurs'Jay, May 1-5,
MEETING of THE PI: i3IA!Y EL
TION SUPER YISOKS.
The Primary Election Super
visors of Hoe-kitm County are
called fo meet in
Sentinel office, on
SATURDAY, 31 AT 24 tit,
at one o'clock, for the purpose
of obtaining Poll Book ami Tally
Sheets, ami for the further pur
pose of beinjr sworn as Supervi
sors and conference with a view
to uniformity in conducting the
Candidates and Democrats gen
erally are invited to attend the
JACOB WEAVER, Ch'm.
W. P. Price, Sec.
It majT be set down as a fixed
fact that the Democrats will carry
Ohio tins lall. The best informed
Republicans in the State begin
ning with !ov. Foster, have been
telling us all along that Arthur
could not carry the Stale, and he
is as sure of being the Republi
can candidate for President as
the 3d of June comes in Chicago.
Blaine is going to be slaughtered
and sold out because he was the
friend and adviser of Garfield.
A. CaatlidaSe Cor Common
In answer to numerous inqui
ries and acknowledging many
expressions of good will toward
Judge Friesner, Ave desire 10 sa7,
and are authorized to insist on
the assertion, that Judge -Fries-
ner is not a candidate for Circuit
Judge, for Congress or for any
office except that of Common
Pleas Judge, for which position
he has been unanimously renom
inated. Our exchanges who have man
ifested such gratifying good will
toward Judge Friesner in sug
gesting him for other positions,
will please assure their readers
that he is not in any of the en
tanglements of politics now, but
proposes to work for the election
of every candidate that uay be
The failure ot the banking
house of which Gen. Grant is the
bead, is now estimated at about
Extravagance, speculation, mis
management are the causes as
signed. Rascality is not charged
against Gen. Grant, but a crimi
nal negligence in not watching
more carefully the resckless
course of his associates, which
has brought ruin on himself and
bankruptcy to many over confid
ing friends, is the least that can
be said of him. He needs no re
tirement. .He has retired him
self. We notice that an application
has been made to Gov. Hoadly to
pardon the Corning men from
tho New Lexington jai1.
The men in that pestilential
prison are not vile criminals.
They are law breakers and should
be punished for violation of the
law in a lawiul way ; but it is an
outrage upon decency and Perry
county civilization to pen men
up in a den not much better than
the Biact Hole of Calcutta.
The men. wLiisi under confine
ment, should have a place vhere
their lives are not endangered.
If the county cannot, n fiord a jail
such as the law requires, it has
no right, to Courts. A Board of
Health would arswer, when a
Pest House is the place of con
finement. In the event, of the nomination
of Gen. C. H. Grosvenor for Con
gress in the Fourteenth District
which now seems very proba
bleit is said that Co!. W. A.
Taylor, of the Cincinnati News
Journal, a.former Perry counti
an, will remove into the District
and secure the Democratic nom
ination against him. The Re
publican majority in tho District
is 3,500, and Taylor's friends are
confident that he can carry Perry
by 1200 against Grosvenor, Alli
ens by GOO, keep Morgan a tie or
secure a small majority, and run
Grosvenor's majority in Meigs
down to 800, and running it down
to GOO in Gallia, carrying the
District, by from 400 to G00. It
is said that Taylor is already en
gaged in printing a book of 200
pages, eulogizing Gen.- Grosve
nor, 5'O,000 of which he will cir
culate in the District a a- cam-
pafcn document, and that he will '
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challenge his competitor to a
joint debate at twenty-five points,
five in each county. If this pro
gramme is carried out, the cam
paign will be a hot one.
wiuet: assumes iuat
all soldiers were Found -when en
listed. An applicant for pension
-who filed hisclam early enough to
enlitle him to arrearages can aban- j
don. that c'aimand make a new ap
plication, and in that case his pen
sion will only "go back to da to of his
2i !l l-i vV
The Sentinel some time since
stated t!i:i't Mr. Frank Wheeler
was selected as the Presidential
Kleclor of this district because of
his relation to and idont.ty with
A correspondent from Carbon
Hill, signing himself, L:iboring
Man," laboring evidently to fawn
at the feet of the corporations
that own him. denies our asser
tions and indulges in silly twad
dle. There is no argument to be
made on the statement we as
sert. hpeier is the represenla
tive of the Hocking Valley Coal
Sndirafe. lie is the scent of
the Columbus Coal Exchange.
He is in interest, and sympathy
with those Monopolies. He is
a member of these corporation.
This is a fact. Mr. Wheeler will
not deny it, and the Gazette cor
respondent knows it, or is as ig
norant as he is ungenllemanly.
But this is a small concern.
Mr. S. H. Bright is president of
a Board of gentleman owning
and controlling the Gazette. Mr.
Bright and his corporation opens
the columns of his paper to a
base calumniator to go outside of
the point of discussion and libel
honest representatives and re
spectable citizens. Instead of
confining the discussion to the
Sentinel, and to "Green," for
that matter, the correspondent
gees out of his path to spit this
venomous calumny :
"Neither has a railroad monop
oly bribed a Republican Repre
sentative to labor for the main
tainanceofa useless canal and
squander thousands of the public
treasury by a foolish repair
which is all for the purpose of
benefitting railroad monopoly
and a corresponding injury to the
This is an insinuation of official
corruption. It is an insult to the
business men of our Iowa and
the citizens of our county who
favored the repair of the canal.
The Representative of this
county and the Representatives
who volea lor tiio canal appro
priation have a character for offi
cial honesty that is above suspi
cion, andgthis base and brutal
fling is only entitled to be no
ticed in the fact that Messrs
Bright, Rempel, West and other
reputable gentlemen permit the
columns of their paper to be de
filed by such blackguardism.
We ;isk those gentlemen to
.orreet the in-iuuated libel. The
Democracy of this county are
entitled to have their offices
treated truthfully and justly and
we assume to s y that such pub
lications reflecting upon the in
tegrity of an officer and the
character of a parly whose rep
resentative he is will not be tol
erated, and that the responsible
men controlling the paper will
be held responsible.
This would be a good time for
Gov. Hoadly, whose sympathetic
soul has been moved to such a'
pitch in behalf of negroes and
penitentiary convicts that he is
sues pleas for the darkies in his
state papers and shed tears for
the criminals in his Sunday de
votions at the penitentiary, to
rouse himself to an interest in
the condition of the working
men of the Hocking - Valley,
ground down almost to despair
by the selfishness of the corpor
The indications are that the
Ogre corporations, the Railroad
and the Syndicate, which have
been feeding upon the life blood
of the laboring men of the Hock
ing Valley, will not attempt to
crunch the poor fellows bones,
but give them a little longer time
to survive, in t:,e hope that more
profits from their labor will pro
vide for further riotous living in
the palaces of railroad and cor
A Macedonian cry has gone up
for Congress to put Gen. Grant
on the retired list with a pension
of $18,000 a year, the immediate
excuse being the loss of his for
tune in wild-cat speculation in
Wall street. All he has left, is
15,000 a year, interest on $250
000. which George Jones and G.
W. Childs, a couple of newspaper
men, had the good judgment to
invest for him, and two or three
houses which are left in h s wife's
name. It is said that $15,000 a
year is not enough for Grant to
live on. Considering the fact
that some 20 years ago, when he
had a large family to support, he
man.iged to biipport them by
working in a tan-yard or selling
cord wood and hoop poles, it
seems to us that he ought to wor-
T along now on $15,000
11.. .,.;.!.. 1,,.,.. i r. ,1.
He mi-iht have to Snioke stogie
cigars and drink whisky less than
24 years old, but a littie self-denial
would no doubt enable him
to keep from starving to death
upon so small a pittance as
Some weeks ago in publishing
a list of probable candidates for
Circuit Court, the Sent inel named '
Weldv as a candidate for!rcul 'ted, and we assure whoever
' .. I .- nn l..i4- Mmtr wtiII I'ntii'n i"if 1 1
this office. We are informed that,
oui. niiiuy ib nut, a canuiuaie 101 I
Circuit Judge, but that he is a j
candidate for Congress. j
Ci.oksjoii:1 t 'ami itl a I -'.
The lime and placo of holding
the Congressional Convention haB
not yet been determined, but Can
didates .-ire already announcing
themselves to emtio before the Con-vention.
The district is well supplied with
exce lent nnterial. each count has
two or uioro candid.i'cs.
Thus far we are advised that the
fo"owmg "eu'lemon will he candi
dates viz: Weldy, Hocking ; Vun
C!e;if and Walling of Pickaway;
Reeves or Fairiic Id ; A Ten O'Myers
JJootlj, Judiie Puirli and Outhwaito
of Frit nk !in ; with Converse as a
probable candidate also
Tho delegates from Hocking will
bo se'ecled according to order of
Central Committee at the Mass Con
vention on Monday following the
Primary election, by a committee
cons'siing of one from each town
ship, the delegates to be appointed
in tho township according to tho
Mr. John McLain has taken
some Stereoscopic views of our
neighborhood, which are as fine
as any we have ever seen.
Ihe artistic work can not be
excelled,"and for beauty of scene
aro as pretty as any country can
Mr. McLain proposes to take a
dozen or more pictures, constitu
ting a set. The subjects 'will be
such views as his patrons may
desire, together with scenes of
his own selection.
The neighborhood of Logan,the
Hocking Valley and our hill
country, afford as beautiful sce
nery as the most favored resorts
of the artisc. .
By the plan ho proposes he
will furnish for our entertain
ment pictures of home instead of
scenes o 1 Toe Hudson or on the
B3' affording our children with
these home stereoscopic views
we not only contribute all the
pleasure of stereoscopic views,
but an attachment is created and
an admiration inspired for the
beautiful of our own home sur
Mr. Mc'Lain's pictures of the
Scotchcreek Falls, the Old Mill,
the Old Bridge, tho sunlit spots
along the river, are worthy of a
place in the best selected cabi
net of pictures the country can
Let us encourage a preference
for our home scenes and let us
patronize our home artist.
From the Zanesvlllo Herald.
The most cusual visitor to CI10
guil & Parsons Business College
eaunot fail to become impressed with
the comprehensive, systematic and
thorough course of tuition therein
imparted, 'ihe spacious hall with
its Bank and actual Circulating
Currency Commission mart. Brok
erage couuter, Exchange and even
Post Office all in operation re
spectively employed" by a large and
industrious complement of energetic
pupils, bear striking evidence, in
their comparative silent operations,
to a fixed purpose in view undthat
purpose a practical business train
ing. No original ideas, new rueth
t di or approved modern systems in
trade, commerce, or business life,
escape their attention Immediate
ly upon a student entering this grand
institution (which he can do at any
time), ho at once views the stern
realities surrounding an active busi
nesslife. Its varied claims vicissi
tudes, uncompromising discipline
and grave responsibilities impercep
tibly take possession of him, while
his associations are such as to bright
en his faculty of comprehension
and materially improve his moral
Genial, generous and kindly in
fluences are brought to bear in
stimulating his ambition to make
his mark in the world. No ro-tson-able
privileges, favors or encourage
ments are witheld that might tend
to stimulate pupils to a true spirit
of manly emulation and a pardon
able pride for the achievement of
distinctive honors. Every individ
ual student receives like considera
tion, and as a result, a failure to
success is comparatively uukuown
in this college.
As an evidence of its popularity,
during the past month alone the fol
lowing pupils have entered :
Harry L Curtis, iSashport. O.
Mitchell Lane, Adamsville.O.
Charles Stewart, McCounelsville,
G. B- D. Adams, city.
E S Ferrell, Adamsvil'e. Ohio.
James Cross, Adamiville, Ohio.
W H Slater, Adamsville, Ohio.
E S Davis. Volcano, W Va.
G F Young, Lower Salem.
G K Wilson, Morristown Ohio.
Arthur B Rankin, Gratiot, Ohio.
Wmn P.aird, Sago. Ohio.
Geo B Monteith, Long Reach,
'"larcnce F Parker, Long Reach,
Clarence V Fleming, Hanover,
W C I'lumincr, city.
And while on the subject, wo may
state that duringa recent visit to the
institution we were highly pleased
to recognize the genius of Mr. Par
foiis, in the construction of a new
ele ated railway, the length of the
.colloc. traversed b- silent messeii
gers, in the shape of a horoiv ball
th.it contain written messages from
0110 department to another without 1
the Highest inlerlereHce with the
usual quiet of the room. The Prin
cipds of the college take great inter
est in entertaining visitors and ex
plaining the operation oftlieir en
tire educational system. Circulars
and specimens of pemnansfiip. pro
duced 111 the highest syle of "the
art preservative of arU- are ireety
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Address CiiogciIiL & Paksoxs,
Primary Election Laws.
The attention of the supervi
sors of the Democratic primary
election to be held on Salurdnv, 1
May 31, 1SS;1, is called to the fol
lowing sections of the revised
statues governing primary elec
Si:c. 2919. Tlie person named
in the notice as supervisor, or, in
his absence, or refusal to serve,
the person assuming, or chosen
by the electers present to be
such supervisor, shall take an
oath that he will correctly and
faithfully conduct such election,
protect.it against all frauds and
unfairness, and carefully and
truly canvass all votes cast there
at, in the manner required by
the authority appointing the
electors; and thereupon the su
pervisor shall cause the electors
present, possessing the qualifica
tions of persons entitled to vote
under the notice, to choose two
judges and two clerks of election
to assist him in receiving and
taking account, of the votes cast,
fo each of whom shall be admin
istered the same oath taken by
the supervisor ; and a township
trustee, or clerk, or an alderman,
a member of council, trustee, or
ch-rk of a municipal corporation,
or a supervisor of election who
has been duly sworn, may ad
minister tho oath prescribed, in
Sec. 2920. A qualified elector
under .the notice may challenge
any vote offered, because the
person ofie'ing it is not entitled
to vole uuder the notice, or is
not a citizen of the United States
or can not. be at the next election
a legal voter of the precinct, or
has received or been promised,
directly or indirectly, any 111011
ey, feo. or reward for his vote for
any candidate at such election,
or has voted before on the same
day, or at some other precinct,
in the same election.
Sec 2921. Thereupon the su
pervisor, or one ot the judges,
shall administer to the person
offering to vote, an oath, jhat he
will true answers make to such
questions as may be put to him
touching his qualilicat ons to
vote at such election, and shall
interrogate him as to his qualifi
cations. If such person refuse to
be sworn, or, being sworn, refuse
to answer any question, his vote
shall be rejected ; but if the oath
be taken, and the questions be
answered satisfactorily, and he
be not successfully contradicted
by the sworn testimony of wit
nesses who may be called, his
vole shall be received, and the
word "sworn" shall be noted op
posite bis name in the poll -book.
By order of the Democratic
.Jacob Yi eater, Chairman.
Wm. P. Price, Secretary.
Dr. David Little has gone on a
business trip to Kansas, to be absent
We called at the Star Saloon of
Win. Waner, on Monday and found
everythine in shape and himself
and clerk prepared to await upon
all customers that favors him with
Yank McCarthy is soiling noth
ing but firsr-cUiss goods.
Our Young Men. should send for
the 24th Annual Catalogue of the
Miami Commercial College- Dayton
Ohio. may 15 2v
Declaring (he Intention of the
Village to Pave Hunter Street.
Be it resolved by the Council of the Vil
lage of Logan, Tlint in the opinion of the
Council it is necessary to construct side
walks on the north side of Hunter street,
from Spring street to Culver street, and it
is hereby declared that the same shall be
constructed in accordance with the plans
and specifications on file in the Mayor's
Ollice. And the Mayor is hereby instruct
ed to cause notice to In-served upon the
owners or agents of the owners ol the pro
perty bounding or abutting on such --ide-walks,
after the passage of this Resolution.
A. STI-UNMAN, Mayor.
George G. Gage, Cleric.
May 15, lSSi 2w
To Levy Taxes for Municipal
Purposes for the Year iSSL
Section 1. Co it ordained by the Council
of the Village of Logan, O. That there lit
levied lortheyear 1SS1 upon each dollar of
valuation o' taxable propel ty of said cor
poiatiou on the tax bst, the following
itxcs 101 municipal purposes:
For KPnr-ral purposes
For street iinpiovenicnt and sani
For I'-iro dcpaitmcnt
Korstreet li;!itiim purpose
For Marshal and Police-
For engine house and prison
For leal e.-taio purpost-s
Sections. This ordinance to be in force
and take eilect fioui and after its pasiage
and legal publication.
A. STEIsMAX, Mayor.
Gsorje G. Qsizp, Uierk.
May 15, lSSi-lw
SUSNT! VERT FEJKKYt
Tuesday Evening, M&y
Tnis Inimitable Comedian
PML S Griner,
In the Funniest of Comedies,
g Supported by a strong
and well balanced Company of
Ladies and Gentlemen, among
whom are Mr. Gns J. Heege and
Miss Lillie V. Cady, formerly
with Felix A. Vincent, and great
favorites with the people.
Admission 35 cents. Keserved
J seats 50 cts. Uox GO cents.
pQP" Doirt forget the dale or
fail to see the Funniest Produc-
tiod on the
LU fDJ O,
a tsiiia way bjuv.
Z' f" 32Ja 'S'" acSa"JBBIB JpajKa sas?3Bc ica salvia WEy oeai jdffSSbtM
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. XffiKSS dSl -i&&'
We have a large Line to select from in Plain and Fancy Dress Goods
recently opened, to which we can properly apply the word Bargain.
In Black and Colored Cashmeres from 20 to 85 con h, 3S and 44 inch
es wide. A line of Aibatress Goods in Jig-ht shades 44 inches wide,
at 68 cents. Summer Silks 45, 50, 60, and 75. Black Silks 85,100,'
1.25 and 1 60, We make mention f the above ow?d hpnn
think them cheaper
them, and a larger
May 15, ;SS4 2v
The Losan Woolen Mills)
TO 31AKUFACTDRE INTO-
$, UB to' li ;4 J
w ion ffcs n
We would call sijeciul atlenlion to our full line of new
Plain arid Fancy Cassimeres,
"" Also ready to receive Wool to Curd in Rolls or Card and
Spin for Customer!. Fulling and Dressing done in a workmanlike
manner. A full stock of Goods suitable for Farmers, Merchants or
men of anv profession, which we will sell j3-Chenp for Gash or
Exchange for Wool. ' JAOOI3 E. TIJIT6CU.
Logan. May 1, US-l 3m.
100 Acres of srood Fairlield
County Lund, In u desirable and heallny
location, ten acres of s;ood timber, &ituat..d
on tho Lancaster & Wineheitor pike, one
and one-half miles from Cairoii.and two
and one-half miles fron nookcr'b Station.
Church within onc-fouith mile. School one
half mile, well watered by ood ..prints,
tine young Orclinrd.aud good improve
insnts. Price 00 per sere.
For further particulars inquire of
J011X Wr. WILSON, Carroll, O.
Or C. 11. DUBIUIAUS, Loau, O.
May 15, lSM-3ui
Notice is hereby sivor. thatthefollowinj;
accountsand vouchers have been tiled in
therrou.ilt.Cour! oi IlocliinfeCouuty.O.,
lor third and 11 mil settlement.
. John A. McClelland, nilm'r of tho estate
or John Chennowerth, dee'd.
and tho same will come on for hearing on
the 10th day of June. 18J1, at 10 o'clock, a.
m.orasioon thereafter as may he conve
nient. W. T. AUKCll.l'robatc-Judge.
May 15 3w
Simeon L. Fresner's Estate.
Tlie undersigned Mas been appointed
andqualillcd as administrator of the cs
Simcou L. Friesnor, late ol Hocking coun
WILLIAM E. FRIKSNER.
May 15 -Sw
Notice is hereby given that tlie following
accounts and vouchws have been tiled in
the Probate Court 01 Hocking County, O.,
George Anieriuc, Administrator of tlie
estate of Thomas R. llurns.
and the.same willcoiii((on for hearing on
the 2U dav of Muy,ltt4 at 10 o'clock, a. in.,
oras toon thereafter us may he con venient.
W. T. ACKER, Probate Judge.
May 1 3w
Nut ic,! is hereby given that a petition
will bepie-ssMiied to the Commissioners of
Hocking couiiiv, at liicir nexi seosion,
June,ls.Sl,praj'ing for the location of a
County ltoad on thu,loUnwiug line to wit ;
ISeiuuingata point in tlie county road
known as the P.loomingville and Logan
road, opposite the residence o! John Ham
ilton in section number iixtfcii (10), town
ship number eleven ( 1), range number
viiileeu (IS), Hocking county, Ohio.
Thence south on the line betw-en thelanris
of Orren Hamilton ami Iddo Hamilton, to
tlie land of Hamilton S:cjI ami Harvey
Amerine; tl'eiice south on the line be
tween the said Steel and Amerine about
twenty (-J0) ioJ to aelelt of rooks; thence
southwest and southeast around said rocks
on the lands ol Said Steel to the line be
tween said Steel and Amerine; thence
southeast on the ridge on the lands of said
Amerine to a point wheie the present path
or by-ro id now intersects the county road
in the east halfol the southeast quaiter of
said section number sixteen, ana there to
Thursday, May 1, 1SS1. i
May S, 1SS1 lw
Eliza Kai-.liner's Estate.
Thi! uiiileisiiined has been annointed and
tiualided as Administrator ol the estate of
UIiz.1 lvui-bimcr. late ol liocKing coiiuiy,
dcceaseil. ROU'T. SW1NEUART.
31 ay S 3w
Gotlleib Kidnocker's Estate.
Tlie uiidei-signe I has baen appoiuted and
qualified as A'imini.stralor, with will an
nexed, or the estate ofUottleib KidnooUer,
late of Hocking county, deceased.
May S 3w
ZephaiilnhBrown.y.hilntiir, vs John Fox
Defore Thomxs Hutchins, J. 1 of Laurtd
town.sliip. Hooking county, Ohio.
On the5thdayol April, ISSI, said Justice
Usiied an order ofatiachinen tin the above
action for tile sum of (SIS 3S) lorty-eight
dollars and thiriy-eight cents, and twenty
(20) dollars piobable costs. Said action
will be lor hearing at 10 o'clock, a. in., May
ZEPHANIAH BROWN, ri'iT.
aasi-r vS-' SdW agM BSsaaesS ttt-'--' osm t 7n J tep
PAP W& $
.. "a. ff.y nsi
& ,2 "&
than any other House
line to select from.
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rL -r a "P?.Tsr
tin ! iimt M MH i I
"William II. Aplin ofew Geneva, Jack
son county, Wet Virginia ; or Washing
ton Court House, Jackson county, West
Virginia, will take notice that on the 9th
day of Apiil.IKU, John II. White, as Ad
ministrator of tlie estate of John T. Aplin,
deceased, brought suit against him in the
Hocking Common 1'lwas at Lozau, Ohio,
to recover $311 III. and asks judgment with
IutiMc.st.lron August 1 1, lVi, less SUV) paid
thcieon Augusts, hn,and that thereafter
aitl Administrator had an ait.ieliinunt is
sued in said action, and had the same lev
ied on, the following lauds as the nioperty
of William 11. Aplin mid seeks to have tlie
s-uncsold topaysaiddeDt, viz: I'laclioual
lot four(l), in section seven (7), township
twelve (12 it niiKji' sixteen (lo), containing
sixty-live and thirty-four hundreths acres
The day loranswer to the petition in said
suit is Juue'iS, 1SS I.
CAMI'UEI.1. t KOSEMONI).
May S - Cv Atlys lor i'llf.
Xotiels hereby given that a petition
wiil du presented to the Commissioners of
Hocking county,at their n-xt session, J line
2d, ISSI, praying for the establishment of a
County Road on the following line to wit :
Starting at an ash tree on the east bank
of iioceosin creek, in Perry twp., Hocking
county, Ohio, said tree standing in the
centre of the road at the western terminus
of tho Laurel road, at intersection of Moc
cosiu road on lands ot Nelson Armstrong;
thence due Weston north side of old house
on IuiuU of James Uetleubangh, distance
about 100 leet, in section No.oO; thence
north of west ruuulng aiong'noith side of
a ravine to section line between the lauds
of James Deilenbaugh and M. L. Delleti
baugh about -JOO yards to section line be
tween sections No. 10 and 3o ; thence due
west on said auction line to wheie the
lands of M. L. Deilenbaugh and Milton
Armstrong corner; thence west on .said
section line dividing the lauds of James
Bcllenhuugh and Milton Armstrong to the
northwest corner of the lands of James
DeU'enbatigh ; thcuce due west on said see
lion liuelhrough thel mdsof Milton Arm
strong to the road on the Pickaway coun
ty line and there to end.
Thursday, May 1,1531.
May S, 1SS1 lw
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing accounts and vouchers have been tiled
in the Probate Court of Hocking county,
Ohio, for settlement,
Henry O. Hayin-s, Vdminfatrator de bo
nis ison or the estate of John Ilaynes.de
ccassil. and the same will come on for hearing on
the 21'ti day of Jl-iy, A. 1. ISSI.at 10 o'clock
a. in., or as soon therealteras may be con
venient. W. . ACKER, Probato Judge.
May 1 Sw
Charles W. James, plaintiff,
A. It. Mclhoom, defendant
Charles W.James, plaintitr,
A. It. McBroom, defendant.
In the Court of Common Pleasof HocKing
Notice Is hereby given that the under
signed, Hheriir ot Hocking county, Ohio,
by virtue of two vend! exponas issued out
oi said Couit in the above entitled causes,
and to him directed astjlieriil'of said coun
ty, will, on the premises o! A. It. Mc
liroom's lumber yard, on
Saturday, May 17, ISSI,
at one o'clock, P. M., of said day, offer for
sale at public auction, subject to Kreig i
Son and Clint Coluuiber executions, the
following goods and chatties, situate in
Hocking County, Ohio, to wit:
One bay mare with star in forehead. One
grayhor.se. OneiMiorse wagon. Two sets
of wagon harneas, and the following men
tioned property, to wit :
One lot oi Po.dar and While Oak floor
ing, :ihi feet more or less. One lot of Pop
lar Weather-boarding, iXM) feet moreorlos.
One Planer and fixtures. One rip saw.
Two shovels. One Steam Engine, and one
totii oox and contents.
Terms ot sale cash in hand.
Given under my hand at Logan, Ohio.
Ihi.SoUth day of April, ISSI.
1 . F. McCAItTJI V. Sheriir.
L. D. Vickers. Atty for plaintWls.
ST& & fe. Fhft $ 3 3fc 3
3 -,.-. f$ Wk &k fi& & !&-'& iWJ?
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To ihe Iron! once more, with the
i Niy vr . f lh.1. j i&y
raper, beinng uecoraiions
Window S&&88t Gurtams & PoJeg?
Ev.m- lirciistlit to this Valley. Think of it FINB GOLD DADO
bis ADi'iS. wiili fixtures Complete, for 50 cents. Ail mr Goods are
Ni:V AND ARPISTIU.
pe ialiy when you use
Sn'i.'il Piitlerns for Curchos. Business Room. &c.
estini.ueo furnished to parties aL a distance FREE.
-OUR NEW DEPARrURE Irf TiiE-
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The Best "BABY BUGGY"
. il a th i
and see us.
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Metallic Cases, "Wood and Cloth Covered Burial Caskets, & Shrouds
of every description, and pru-es to suit rich and poor.
All calls promptly attended to Day or
ecS and H3HIe EiOasaugeSj
And Dealer in
Bed Springs, Matrasses and
jfjF- i Guarantee my Work and
Building, three doors west of Opera
sb - . v -r via. w 11 V s
j. 3 i
ine city wl
TMTSCH & ST1RES.
largest and most select stock of
an item worth reiuenibe.'-in.-, es-
In ihe World.
li:!isauii.nv)a 1 aSiL'iLIIsiai'ui
ate'aj'S on hand.
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all Kinds of
Salesroom in Roller
John P.iston. whose residence is un
known, -.vilt fciSse notice, that on the lOtll
ilayof April, A. D. 1JI. Mury ElizabetU
' Pnxton ilieil her petition in the Common
I'le.is Court of HocklnK county, Ohio, lis
csiseNo. , auanut Elizabeth Collison,
John Willi. un lraxton, James Elmer Vnx
ton. a minor 1 1 y-irsol ae.J i&uph Mariou
l'axtn.a minor 12 years of ane, and John.
Pjxtou. heirs at law of JJirb.ira. l'axton,
deceased; Aid re w Nelson Watts and El
mer Aiimii Watts, mluorsover 11 ye.irsof
suse, Z me Seiuore Watts and Eddie Bowea
1 Watt, minors antler H years of aire, chil
, dren and only heirs at law of one Surah,
W tt-, nVcuaseil, a dan;htr and one of tho
lit irsat law of tlie said Barbara l'axton.
dceeaHiI; John Collon, husband of tho
said Eliz-ibftb Colllsnit and Anson Watts,
pntyiim for the partition of the following
real otxte, to wit:
Tlt' west hair or tlie noruiwet quarter
of .ei-tion eight tSl.townshl thirteen (13),
and nxiro n;vutceii (17), o the Cb:lll
cothe land district, Ilocktm- county, Ohio,
containing cishty IM) acres,more r les.
Said parties un- required to answer on or
belore the 10th day of May, IS8I, or judg
ment may In-taken atrainstthem.
MARY ELIZABETH I'AXTON.
Weldy fe Trice, her Attorneys.
April 17, livl tiw
The School Examiners of Hocking onn
ty.Olilu, will meet at the
Union SchooL House,
First and Third Saturdays ot
at 9 o'clock, a. in., except January. Jnly
ami August. Applicautsinu.ft furnish pro
paid en relopes by which they will receive
the result ot the examination.
of good morl character will be required cm
Ujo.c unknown to tlie Board.
The grading is represented on n scale of
to 100 , and six classes of certificates will
be issued, viz:
First Class, Five Years. No branch less
than 05 and an experience of not less than
three consecutive years of teaching next
preceeding the application, eighteen
months of which experience shall have
been in one place.
Second Class, Three Years. "When, the
applicant lias an avemgeof So, no branch
less than 90,and twenty four nionthsex
Third Class, Twenty Four Months. An
avenigeofS0.no branch less than 85 and
eighteen montlK experience in teaching:.
Fourth Class, Eighteen Mouths. An av
erage of 85, no branch less than "oanti
twelve month" experience in teaching.
Filth Clai, Twelve Months.. When in no
branch there is less than 70.
Sixth Class, ktx months. When in no.
ranch there Is less than CO. This I? atrial
certificate and will not be issued to an ap
plicant who has taught, after Sept. 1, 1S82.
Asatisf.ictcry examination in the The
iryand 1'ractlce- of ti aching ami agoodde
4rec of success is teaching and governing a
school will be favorably considered. Ab
plicants are required la furnish testimo
nials of good moral character.
J. L. BRIGHT
J. P. H.STEDir.
JaniTaryl, 1879. Kxamlhr
Xoticeiiiierebygiventliat the following
accountsand vouchers have been tiled in,
the Probate Court of Hocking county, 6.
tor second partial settlement.
David II. Leliler, executor of the state
of Joiiu M. Feklen, deceased,
and thesau.e will come on for hearing on
tli 17th day of May, 188-1, at JO o'cloct.a.
m., or as soon tlierei-.lt eras may be con
venient, W.T.AUKSa, ProbateJutlae.
April 24 Uw.
I onVr for sale the lnds of Enoch Karsh
t er, dcco-ised, situated in Salt Creek town
ship, Hocking county, Ohio, divided, in.
the following order:
The Home Farm, containing 160 acres.,
good 2 story Frame Uuusc with 5 rooins
and necessary out-buildings, large Uarn
and a good young Orchard, ont and a. hair
miles irom Uauiel Ij. D;tvls, on Big Pint
Creek ; about 1-25 acniS bottonulanJ, clear
s-d I'lile S50CO 00.
Eighty-four acres, north and joining 1st
tract, mostly timber, with good .og house,,
and MnaU Orchard upon it. Price ;10U)
Eighty acres, most timber. In same sec
tion as 1st tract, timber valuable and nood. '
&oil. Price S&O-
Porsons wishing to purchase a home In
i good locality will do well to look at these-
lands. Terms reasonable. For further
particulars, write the undersigned at Adel-
piu, Kt-ss ccumv, uuio.
Divorce Js olive
John Hor'ci. PInir.tlfT,
Tolly Honlon, Defendant.
In tho Common Picas Ourt of Hocfclnjj
S ;id defendant, whose place cf residence
is inknowi! wKi tako notice, that on the
Kc'n:.,. o. A;.iil A. D. ISH, the pl-Intlff
fi'ei his t'lt'oa in the Court of Common
Picas oi iacking County, Ohio, praying
for ". :!5v- rce from s-ij.l defendaut on tlie
ground t. wii.ul '.lu.-euco ior more than
tJ.rtv years and s;iid rausv will t e for hear
ing at the. M ly term of Court. 1S1.
Carl II. Rnerhaus. Att'v. aoril :0-6w
carThe price of announcement Is FOUR
DOLL MIS, wnich includes Tickets. Each
Supervisor will bo fnrni-dicd with SflO tick
ets. Each candidate will also be furnished
with tlie number of tickets he desires. The
names of all candidates announced will b
on all tickets.
FOIt CLERK OF COURT.
We are authorized to announce the
ramcor A'iTirci: McVomaserasa candi
date lor re -nomination to the office or Clerk,
ofthp. Court, subject to the decision of tha
Democratic Primary Election, May SI, 18S4
We are authorised to announce thenamo
of JAMES W. DAVIS us a candidate for
renomination for the office of County Sur
vynr, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic Primary Klcction, Mar SI, IS3S.
We aro authorized to aunounco the name,
of ABEL CAUPENTEH ns a candidate for
Treasurer. Mibject to the decision of the
Democratic Primary Election.
Wc are authorized to announce thennme- .
or JOHN NOTEsTONE,asa candidate for
Treasurer, subject to the decision of tho
Democratic Primary Electioi..
Wenreauthorizeil to announce tho name,
of ANDU3W WRIGHT, for Infirmary
Director, subject to the decision Oi the
Democratic Primary election.
Wo are authorized to announco tho
name of JOHN SIIUNIC, of Ward town
ship, a a candidate for Infirmary Director,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
Primary Election, May 31st.
AVe are authorized to announce the narao
of WILFOKD STIKRS. of Starr township,
as a candidate for County Commissioner,
subject to tlio decision of tho Democratic
Primary Election, Hay 31, 1SSL
"We are authorized to announce th
name of IOHN T. NCTTER, as a candi
date for County Commissioner, subject to
the decision of the Democratic Primary
of DANIEL L. Pa VIS, ofSalt Creek town-
i ship, as a candidate for Probate Judge, sub
ject to tlie decision or tue Democratic Pri
mary E'ection, May 31, 1SSL
En. Sentinki. Vleasp announce tny
name a.s a candidate for nomination to
theolliceof Probate Judge for a (wconil
tt m, acconling to the rules of the Pemo.
emtic party, at the coming Primary Klre
tion, to he held the 31st dav of May. 18-il.
W. T. ACKEK.
Ed. Sfntixei P!a anuounca tho
nani'of J. M. KLuYP as a canjliat for
Pnibato Judge, subject to the dfMun of
the Democracy at their I'riiuury Eleetlon,
to he held on theSI&t day f Mar, !M.
MAS V VOTERS.
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