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8 ft P A 2 B T jjT Hfl C Harry Ambrose.
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Thorn nre occasions in the life
Frank Kessler h making some Lr a newspaper man when he is
needed additions to his ftictory. j cnlptl upon to perform a duly so
T,o a AT? held a meeting
last night to make arrangements
ior Decoration Day.
Head a philosophical disquisi
tion on Rent and how to avoid
paying it, which appears; on the
4th page o!" t is paper.
Judge 0.ehas rallied irons his
severe attack of lat week, and is
now about as comfortable as before.'
Mrs. John Staley of Shawnee,
sister of Mrs. Georgo Beoic and
Mrs James Engle of our town,
is reported on her death bed.
No announcement of candi
dates will be made later than
next Thursday. This is the. or
der of the Committee.
3ev. 0. 0. Hart renders a jnst
tribute to the memory of teacher
Barker, and propo.-es in a practi
cal way to pay tribute to his
Quarter! v Meeting at theM E.
Church next Sabbath, lSth inst
Love feast at 9 A. M., Preaching
and Sacrament at 10:30, and
preaching at night. All are cor
'Ihe Infirmary Directors of
"Hockins will visit the Infirmary
at New Lexington tomorrow,
(Friday), tor the purpose of fix
ing up a lot of unsettled business.
We besp-ak for the Hocking
Saw-eaters a pleasant reception
from the Terry Moss Backs.
Our High School class in As
tronomy f-hould not fa 1 to exam
ine the moon through Dr. Lit
tle's telebcope. at the earliest
moment. The University Astron
omers report remarkable changes
frniii"- on in the Mountain Tycho
Brache, and marked evidenced of
tremendous changes in other
parts of Jier surface
' wid that he would gladly delegate
it to another, and shut out lrom
him-elf the mournful facts, that
:is the chronicler of pacing events
he must spread befere the pub
lic. Once more upon us devolves
this unpleasant duty in announc
ing the death of IIakky Ambrose,
the genial landlord of the Rum
pel House, which occurred on
Sunday last at 11 o'clock, the
culmination ol the tragic acci
dent mentioned in the last issue
of the Sentinel. Than Harry
Ambrose there was no more ge
nial, whole-souled, popular and
enterprising man in Losran or the
Hocking Yalley,and although he
to-day sleeps beneath the turf,
his friends and relatives can
hardly realize that he has gone
from among them forever to join
the silent majority in the City of
His death, so tragic, so unex
pected and so untimely, makes
the parting all the more painful
to those who knew and honored
and loved him for his many ex
cellencies. and the lofty trails of
character for which he was dis
tinguished. In the prime of his
life, full of hope and manly am-h'ition.-sunounded
by the tender
ties of familv affection, "andJ
friends almost without n"mW.
the thread of life is uidely sun
dered Almost without pre '.!-..
lion or note of warnimr. and the
hrinfit sunshine of yesterl'.y "
trail-formed today into the im
penetrable veil ot sorrow li.i
overshadows the hearts of all
tho5 vho were nearest aua
dearest to him, and cn-ts its
"loom over the ealire uuinsuu-
.Whatever we might, write would
not add to the high es'-n m
which he was held in this cum
nuiniiy, or give his many virtnps
:i brighter setting than was mcu
vvasuotii iti iiiiiii, j.w-v... -', . n 1.,
m :.. -... n 1 J-3Q T .. ihrlv li M M, nln ,. aiun mi it I i"i f TO 111 HUIET
tide l-i"t n-eek on Mcmoriol Trees,! he came to Lancaster, Ohio, with fever, aJ"ter an illness of nine
i i" mtintnnlnfP for the trees, his uncle, Mr Morrison,who took ,
though a little too laic 101 me nt-- ? , 'i,ii,n.,op rimi.e aa.s- -,, ,
I -ar judgement -cliiug U. timlnc" He ws bo,n in Parish Eppel.
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EiHTon Skstixkl :
I for ono, thank you for your ar
320ZUS230X 12. A3JESRtt13
Was born at Tiffin, Seneca co
Icath iXiCiiula.T. l'ws
Mr. Nicholas J. Fox, one of out
most esteemed citizens, dici on
That on Account of tlic Fine Assortment of
Mr. John Dewar and wife visit
ed In Logan iaa week. Many
vears agcThe was a resident ot
Logan, engaged in the milling
business. He is now a prosper
ous lbusi iesa man of Solomon
Oitv, Kansas. Last week he
married Mrs. Liilie btevens of
Oireleville, and before returning
to his western home made a visit
4o Logan where he was heartily
welcomed and congratulated by
Jiis many old time friends.
The showman. Eagles, who was
an jail for an assault with intent
toiill Ganon, was brought before
the Mayor on iast Friday and
- plead guilty to n-saull and bat
iery. 1 he Mayor assessed a tine
of $30 and costs. Eagles having
no money to pay, and it being
-evident that Ganon was not ?e
riouslv Jiuvi, he wad discharged,
.thus saving the county the ex
pense of keeping him in jail, and
making nothing in the end.
Mr. James Ooyie formerly of
New Straitsviiie an 1 recently
Superintendent for Rend at Lick
Ban, has accepted an engage
ment from Mr. Rend at $2,0C0
per year to superintend his works
in Pennsylvania. - Mr. Goyle is
one of the best mining superin
tendents of the Hocking Valley.
unds-hTie we regret his removal
from among us, we heartily con
gratulate Mr. Rend upon secur
ing the services of such a reliable
and compel nt man. The works
iit Liclc Run will be abandoned
for the proswL
mj n iT' ' '
Mr. Will Gase is an applicant
for reappointment asPo.st i&aster.
Ivlr. Case lias made a mode! offi
cer. 31s is iioassl, prompt and
obliging. He is a gentleman
whose personal character is above
reproach and whose social quali
ties render' him popular in all
circles ot society. We are in fa
vor of his reappointment, his con
tinuance in oiiice to hold ouly
until after the election, when we
propose to substitute a Demo
crat who will make, we hope, as
jequally good an officer, ami ex
cel in the righteousness of his
in his dailv walk and d.:'ly i:
tercourse .with his iellow men.
He was always ready to for
:nd encourajie every enterprise
that had for its object the mill
erance of the public interests.
In all hia business relations U
was straightforward, open and
above board, and his dealings
were characteri'ed by frankness
and di-ingenuous honc-siy. Ho
M-orned to stoop to little ihi-ir
and thus won the confidence and
respect of all who came in c n
tact with him in any tuition.
To words could oxpress the nr.i
versal .regret expressed by all
when the news.of the tr-ed'.
reached the s reet and circuialcu
iiom mouth Jo mouth. TL.a u:--versal
expression of regret deep
ened into -alt-pervading sorrow
when it was known that his spirit
had winged its eternal Highijuoi
when the music of the church
bells vibrated the Sabbath air.
Thai one so well Sited to liv
so valuable in .every respect to,
the community, so nobie in spirit,
blessed with a loving family .nu
hosts of fi iends, should be sum
moned to an untimely grave,
-!i?io co iuhiiv wiio are mere
drones and cumbeiers of the
earth are ssjarad, seems at vari
auce with itl! just ideas; but not
i ;., ,'a'u.r..;.. tl;r Hoist io
III 111 l 1 IICI.UI.U fcV -.---
question the wisdom of the do
crees of Providence.
To Ids st lichen a disconsolate
family will go out the warmest
and most heartfelt sympathies o."
alt our people of every walk in
life, in the midst of their great
affliction. And although the
death af Harry Ambrose was po
untimely, he did not live in vain.
Far from it. Uh example has
been a noble one -to our young
men. His course was one tint
others may imitate. His mem
orv will remain green with all
more to the beauty, comfort and
hcalthfulness of a town, than hand
some shade trees, both on the sido
walksand about our dweiliims But
in speaking of teachers, you omitted
to mention ono to whom belongs,
in no smalt measure, the credit of
of our present school system.
Previous to ISaO we had four or
five schools seatteied about town
without system or order. In the
spring of 1806, Mr. Chailes A. Bar
ker of Athens was employed as a
teacher, and occupied the east end
of thoold Methodist church, on the
north side of 2nd Street.
Mr Barker. wa a thorough edu
cator, a m:m of rigid system and or
der. Under the direction of the
Board, he graded the schools as
systematically us possible under
the circumstances. But very Boon
he discovered the ono thing need
ed, for a praded union school, was a
building large enough to hold the
schools of the town. And to Mr'.
Barter, more than any one else,
we are indebted tor our commodi
ous school building. Tho scheme
soon developed opposition.
But he had set his mind upon
having the one building, and that
upon high ground; and the more
opposition he met with, the more
earnest he became. The School
Board, three in number, were in
favor of the scheme. The ground
was puichascd, and the foundation
of the building was laid in 1SGQ,
Liu! completed in time for the op
ening of school in Sept, lnyl.
Rut about the first of April, 1SC1
K r. Barker became Capt. of Co.
D of the 17th O. V. I, and never
agniu entered the school room.
It was Cant. Barker thatorgm
ized our schools on tho graded sys
tem. It was he that slined up tho
people to purchase the beautiful
"Mounds and erect our commodious
and substantial school building, a
building that would be an honor to
As an organizer, an educator, a
disciplinarian, Capt. Barker has
no suneriora. If I live and have
my health, and the School iSoard
wid permit, I will plant a tree on
t e school grounds, to the memory
of Capt. Charles A. Barker.
C. C. Hart.
, - V ;
On yesterday, Judge Fricsncr
attained his 36th birthday, and the
'"ang,'' about twenty or more, or
ganized, and inviting the Judge to
he Auditor's oftco, in the evening,
JU , O nil" ......v...-.-... D-
The Judge was .surprised, aed
much "ratified. Speeches and the
i'ua' cuterchange of expressions iof
good led iwship followed, and tbeoc-
doion is marked down as an other in
cident of pleasant remembrance in
the record of the Queen City and her
En tfrely Tea Frisky.
On last Tuesday two old chaps
at the Infirmary, named Goulden
and Howard, got in.o a fight and
Goulden struck How.ird with a
c'.ub. breaking his arm. Drs
Mansfield and deSteiguer render
ed the proper medical attention.
It occurs to tis, that the Super
intendent should arm these l risky
old lads with hoes and brier
scythes and tarn thorn loose in
the fields to exercise their mus
ck's at some useful work. It
don't require as much muscle
with a hoe to cover potatoes as it
does with a club to bieak an arm.
Siilvjomipnilv the management
of the hotel passed into the hands
of Mr. Flemm. Mr. Ambrose con
tinuing his relation as Clerk.
Mr. Ambrose was married to Miss
Helen Flemm, Nov. 10, 1SGS.
Five children blessed this union,
two boys and three girls, all of
whom survive him.
He removed to Logan in 1871,
and took charge of the American
House, continuing the Landlord
until his death.
As a citizen of Logan he not
only elevated his Hotel to a po
sition of honor and an institution
creditable to our town, but he in
terested himself actively and
earnestly in every public enter
prise promising to benefit, the
general public. By generous
prudence and commendable hos
pitality he established a noted
patronage and acquired a com
On Wednesday aftemom of
last week he occupied himself in
arranging some papers in the
drawer of his office desk. On top
of the drawer lay a loaded revol
ver belonging to the Hotel. A
fish-liue thrown loosely in the
drawer had become entangled, a
loop forming over the cock and
the hook fastening in the rear ot
the drawer. In lifting up the
revolver the lino fastened by the
hook drew back the cock suffici
ently, when the tension ceased,
to explode the cartridge with the
He did not tufler much pain.
For some hours before death lie
was unconscious, a n d passed
awav gently as though falling in
to a"quiet sleep. He was not a
i,...-fotufl momherof anv church.
but a Christian in his pure life as
a citizen, and his devoted allec
tion lo his wife and children. A
short time before his death he
received Baptism from Fat her Ca
dy of the Catholic Church, the
reiigiou professed by his wne ana
in whi h he preferred his chil
dren to be instructed.
His funeral, yesterday, was a
sad solemnity in Logan. The
business of the town was sus
npmlpd. ii nd the neouie generally
attended in token of respect for
the good man departed. Many
friend from Lancaster wore also
Tiie obsequies, under direction
of Cimt. Rmven. vere conducted
without ostentation, other than
the'manifest sorrow that throb
bed in every heart. The casket
was draped' in velvet trimmed
in plain gold. The plate bore
this simple inscription" Our
Papa." A wealth of white flow
ers, emblematic of the rcsurree
limi liul thf jrloomv funeral nail
Manv loving hands, animated
bv kind hearts, sent testimonial
oilerings, among whom may be
mentioned Mr. and Mrs. Phil
Thompson, a Cross; Mrs. John
Zink of Lancaster, an Anchor:
Mrs. Chas. Rose, Anchor; Mrs.
Dr. James Little and daughter.
Pillow ; Mrs. Dr. Pullen,Wrealh;
Mrs. fid Baker, Floral Ofiering ;
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Swartz. Cro;s;
Mrs Lizzie Eustic, Star and Cre
sceut ; the children, a Wreath,
and a Last Pillow for Papa.
. . ... ill T
The pall bearers were ijios .J
Hanson, H C Drinkle and Bub
Yorys, of Lancaster ; Col Rem
pel, Judge Friesner, R D Mc
Manigal, L A Culver. J P H Sled
em. rims Rose, Frank Blasius.
Dr Pullen. Lewis Green.
t?-.iliPi- Oadv celebrated renui
urn mass and preached an im
pressive sermon on the lesson to
be learned from Death, and paid
a heartfelt tribute to the chris
tian virtues of the exemplary life
of the lamented dead.
His remains were interred in
Oak Grove Cemetery.
May he rest in peace S
Prussia. Oct. 20th, 1S3S.
He removed to America with
his parents in 1S17, locating in
Marion township, Hocking
county, O. He employed his
time in youth working on tho
farm, and when about Lt years
of age he engaged with Judge
Steinman and learned thu Tan
ning trade. When the war broke
out he enlisted in the three
months service. When the three
year men were enlisted he vol
iinteered in Capt. Rippey's Co.
D. 17lh O V V. L, and was ap
pointed Sergeant of his company .
He served during the war, taking
a brave and gallant part in all
the battles in which thclTlh was
engaged, never sick a day and
escaping without a wound.
After the war he was eifgagf-d
in mining at various places in
the valley, maintaining the rep
utation of being an industrious,
honest, honorable man.
He came to Logan, September
15th, 1SS1, and went into park
tership with Mr. N. J. Weiland,
which business relation he con
tinued until his death, establish
ing the reputation of being a
useful citizen and a reliable bu
He was married in January
1884 to M ss Catharine Drolling
er, of Logan, who died in Novem
Seven children, four girls and
three boys survive him, three of
whom are under twelve years
Nick Fox was a devout Oatho
lie, and for the last two years
was President of the St. Joseph
His death creates profound
sorrow among a large circle of
friends. His relations and his
bereaved children have the hear
ty sympathy of this entire pub
D.is funeral will take place this
morning at 10 o'clock, from St.
John's Catholic Church. His re
mains will be interred in Oak
Peace to his soul!
I handle. I am enabled to purchase almost exclusively from ni'iiuifantur
ers. therein- giving my customers the profits of the Wholesale Dealer.
The finest assortment of Ladies and Gents
now on exhibition. We would also call attentio.. of the Ladies of this
vicinity to tho finest stock of
ever offered for sale by any dealer in Logan, i offer them at surprisingly
low figu-es, and defy a'l competition. BRepairing ue.it!y and promptly
attended to at reasonable rates. Call and examine.
tejg) J g9 ea HJefei
Sal i Z,
i i -. a -i " ai ei ji'm
b-s n s a p ir- fS
att a&il o!a tSocsiZ uWnis SjoU
HAYING PURCHASKD THE STOCK OF
uuuouaco in the jmople that I wilt continn in business sit the old s,taud wera
you will Hud the largest .mil 11 "ot slue: of
& . .
is . y
Logan, Apn' 17, 1SS-4
Opposite Kempi'l House.
MA TTOX & l1"
i .-..; .. is -.
Clothe don't make tho man. but it is 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 ot. Our ability
to produce such Garments is, we believe, unquestioned. Ourscleclions of
for Spring are such as we teal confident will meet with tho approval of
gentlemen of refim-d taste in dress.
We would suggest 'hat those desiring Specialties, caii early, as these
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SiyitJB UilUIJUt UU UUjIHWIWI
i 1 13
Ws3 S RF3
Whips from 10c to S3; Kobes from 81,50 to $10; Blankets from Too to$3;
Sadd us from $. 50 to 25; Uuggy harness from 8 to 50,00; Dmft from
$1(J. 0 to :i0,0!); Collars f.om oOc to So, and special attention paid to.
I employ none but skilled workmen and umj nothins but the leit of stock.
and call nnd examine my uoods before buying cNewhere. Don't forget the pin
Keller Block, I!;an, Ohio. All gopds warrsinlep. ncuv.t&
&Sr H "3
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8 0 5
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mmM s 52 jjsf
fe5vVS? I CO S ffc? a
1 irty s t3 zi 5 2 &
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Logan, April 17, 18S-1.
RfiiiH ny phiO
uj t . -U
'ms inends, and
May-lime will see Ins grave c'oMi
ed in nature's softest verdure-
Peaceful be bis slumbers when
The family and relatives of Mr.
M. II. Ambroso desire thus pub'je
ly to return their heartfelt thanks
to neighbors, friends and .the peo
pie of Logan generally, for kind
attention given and sympathy ex
pressed in this lime of sorrow and
Dr. Ivis JIcL-iughdu and .lis
McCiiilougb, were nianied ou List
Last week Georgs Fox bought
from Charley Wright, Si head of
first class cattle. This is the
largest purchase ever made by a
Logan butcher, and is an assur
ance that our citizens will not be
stinted for meat. Mr. Fox al
ways bays the best beeves, and
as a consequenco always iias first
class beef, and a liberal patron-
jage from the public.
. .Q Q i
That Ilarmisou & Co. are selling
splendid Black and Colored Silks
at verv iow prices for the- next
tT Mcilanigai has some very
fine California Sahiion. Try
Don't forget that McManigal's
is the place io buy lresh Iloasted
Ca:i of ''& it !u.
The f-nnily and relatives of Nich-
t'he roses of Ju e blossom over,! hts J. Fox, desire to return thanks
James H. Glino was born at
Kllicott's Mills. Baltimore Co.,
3fd . December 26, 1S31 ; dwi at
Fort Scott, Kansas, May 7, 1SS1,
aged 52 years, 1 months and 11
days, and was mterreu m me
National Cemetery. He was a
member of Capt. C. H. Rippey's
Company. 17th O. Y. I., in the
late Rebellion. He removed to
Zanesville, Muskingum co., Ohio,
with his parents, in the year IS
32; removed to Logan, Lloeking
co. in 18ib, in wliicli place no
lived32vears; removed to Perry
county. "Mo., in 1S7S ; removed
to Fort Scott, Kansas in 1BS3, at
which place he was taken sick in
March and confined to his bed 9
weeks. D- W C.
Tho mi iliflod vosi-rs of the Democratic
p.irly ot llociciii!: Coutitv, Ohio, ure hereby
notified to u-fiiiblo at their respective
pl.iees of linitluis elections, except in tlie
towtibliip or Git en. Perry ami St.ir, which
for tin- purpose of this election are divided
into prei lucla .i lieiein.ilter stilted, on
ISSI, and then and tnere vote by ballot for
... t.. .l.i. t.. 1... r..llrti.i tur ntltf.itrv In lt(.
elected on the 2d TutiUay of October, A.I).
lbii, to wit:
Clerk of Court,
1 County Commissioner,
1 Infirmarv Director.
ind to elect one Central Committeeman iu
e:ieh to.TtiMup ami lenuy uMiuiutuni r'o-
. i ....II .., 1. .- tl.on 'IKI IVn. mnlHltll
ous. , . , .
mii ,,. .1.nll tin nnnn nt nnnli tfllTTJllll n
and preci'H-t. at l o'clock, A. M., aud close
at fl o'clock, P. 31. , , . ,,
Tle followliiu rules have been adopted by
tlu CcntralConimittee, for conduetinsjsald
Primary Klection to v. it;
1st That said primary election shall be
conducted under the provMoni of the Be-
viieil statutes of Ohio, lS'J, sections BUO,
'.'9IS, ult, -J02U, I'Jil, and tiie .uiiocdatory acts
.1 , illl.nl onl.l iirim-iI-V nll.ftlnil Stmil IIO
U IJUll.-i'll" 1.4I1.. ... .....- --
held o.i Saturday, May olst, lbSI, m CJc!i ot
at tlie Court House in Logan, on Monday,
J me 2d, liaJj.at I o'cIock, P. il., to open
the poll-book and tally-sheet-, count the
vtnc rntnrniul .! JajiLirik ti m.nif
12th. After the result Is declared by tlie
Committee and duly ratified, tho Democ
racy piesent will organize and hold ti ina
niectiii!;, and appoint a commtttee consist
ing ot one Dcmotr.it from each ward and
precinct in the county, who shall reuo t to
said mss convention for acceptance and
approval tiie names of delegates to the
State, Congressional and Circuit Court
Conventions; provided, however, that it
either or all ot said Conventions be held
prior to said 2d day of June, l&JI, that then I
in that event thel'entr..l Cominittecisem
powered to meet on the call of the Chair
man thereof, and select delegate- to either
or all of said Comentions, .is the emer-
iiiiini. mm. ..:. .. .....I lnl . ... . 1.
i-j iimj ami;, .11111 WUl'-Ji HCS IU Sill.II
c,oiivc jtions as are held subsequent to said
2didiiyof lime, ISSi, -li:il be 'selected by
the committee to be appointed by the
uii tii.Ltijii ii- iuwm-aiu.
liv order of the Democratic Penlm! Poin.
mittee. JACG15 WKAVKK.Cli'ni.
Wit. P. PjiiCE, Sccietary.
Aprii 17. liSl td
MMii.il wmmmm . i i i ; i ntmr ,i n in. . i i rr's
Losan.ilayi, 1SSI tf.
Hew Market Garden
In Logan, East End of Llunter
tliesevcr.u wvriiMuiiiaiiu iiiunucu " i nave now lor-aicau kihcsoi ujvttut.
said county, at tlis usual places o: lioldiii-.' pl.vXTS. and will have alljdudsor Vcge
clcctious.e5.cept in tin townships or tables in their season, with which I destre
Green, Perry aiid Starr, which for the pur- to r,u.msi, Grocer- and Citizens ot Logan
po,eot this election a divided as follows: .. adjoining towns.
U recti Township 1-t precinct, all that Evervthing in my line of the best qual
pirt of the township lying south ot the. Ity tlllH satlsl.iction guaranteed.
Hocking river, with voting place at the orders by mail pi omptly tilled.
ri... , CJIi .... ..lin.-i liiillwr 1 l.i . cmV.I -tT
I HO lUSt'S UI O U C Uiuwumv.i.1, i
and the snows f January drift to friends for the kind attentions
above his last resting place.
T; IVeiiilssrw Kal Dog
Ilr. Dan Nixon, Superintendent
--- . ... ,iw. t ,,'.;, .i.,r- !. p.pvl.siiiilv
We publish three com a mc ; ,imi rR kHli ,, bf
ons this week, ,ei dying to . it- Fmm Qlh Qf
mer ' who declared foi cl e . p J 9h of
teacher A corresponuent call- knowIed
ing himself "Moss Back" sentK Timlnv l,o
us an article, too late for this
week, in which he stirs up the
.high-priced teachers with a birch
switch. The old Moss Back don't
go much on high priced teachers
who ".can't make quill pens," but
who boast of their knowledge of
the seven sounds of a, and the
"Latin name for penne-royal."
He gives teachers and fanners
dsome things to think about.
Squire Gen. Joe Lane, acting
Probate Judge of BuclUel, was
jd the city yesterday and nego
tiated with Judge Acker l'or Mar
riage Licences, needed for .an
(emergency in the Buchtel baili
wick. $&2ry& KateKessler, the milliu-ers-of
tivetown ask you to come to
tthuir store .rooni and see then- tock
Tlie finest stock or miltinety goods
oau iUe .iuu.at 31a-'y & E.'te Jxes
4-13 rats. On last Thursday ho
distinguished himself by killing
143. The rats were found about
the cribs, barn and stable.
The dog is a black and Ian fer-
rier, four years old and weighs
about fifteen pounds. Mr. iSis.011
got the dog from Mr. A. Bishop
of our town. He prizes him be
yond his weight in standard dol
lais. If anybody else has a rat
daz with a better rat killins re-
i cord, we would like to hear of
A young man, aged about IS
years, son of Isaac Slrawn, was
discovered on Tuesday morning
in possession of Dr. deSteiguer's
office, daring and defying every
one not to approach. He was
during the last illness ot the de
The officials of the Hocking
Valley llailroad made a tour of
inspection over the Athens and
Galli poll's and Straitsvil e
branches on Tuesday and Wed
nesdav. A"disuatch was received on
Tuesday that. Shep Roby, ono of
our Ltigan boys in the employ of
the Motherwells on the Valpa
raiso find.) Court-house, fell from
the building a height of 70 feet,
seriously, if not latally injuring
Yank McCarthy baa just receiv
ed a stock of whi&kies which he
can reccouiineud for medical pur
poses. Go and see the Great Gaiuo of
ball between Columbus and Louis
vih. f.lnhs on Suudav. MaV lSth.
! Fare tor round trip only SI 25.
1 - . . .- t f . .
Itjir. leaves iiOgan at a :-iu u u.
Mrs. J. L, Bright visited
Arthur last Friday.
Mr A. S. Gordon, representing
fl.,..iK- co,.,,rAfl ..ml lakftii home. 'the firm .of "Uhick, Bell co Co. of
The unfortunate bov is insane. Columbus, was in our ciy on Tues-n-iWn
fnr n limp nt the duvlast. Mr. G. is one of the best
Asvlum. but his friends thinking a .lesmen that visits Logan, and Wa
iiim stored; brought Jiim Jiowe.traao ui our ,city is immeuau
Niitulav ExesursIoiJ Train.
On Sunday May 18th, 1S84, the
Columbus, Hocking Valley & To
ledo lty., wid run a special excur
sion train to Columbus, leaving
I,nn nt. 8:40 am. arriviu-r nt Col
unibus at 10 :4D a m Fare tor the
round trip only $1. 25 ; all should
lake advantage ol this -ow rate and
visit the Capita' City, which at this
time of the year is looking the best
Excursionists will have amp'e time
to visit the Penitentiary, Stale
House. United States Birracks,
Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Idiotic
Asylum, Institute for tho Blind,
rsew I nsune Asylum, oce. etc. i nose
wishing amusement, shou'd take
the street cars to Recreation Park,
where ono of the finest ames of
Base Ball will bo played between
the Columbus &, Louisville clubs.
The ball g.nne will be called at throe
o'clock p m, aud continue for about
two hours, lteiurning train leaves
Uniou Depot Columbus at 9 p m.
Mary & Ivate Ivessler have the
finest stock of mil.inery goods to
be seen in the city.
T'hil. Slisher is now readr lo
I furnish his customers with bread
every morniu";, aud we etiarantee
,th it persons buying bread from
Mr. SJi&her, Vill get first -cla-s
fJnln H-irmisoii's and buwoiir
Dress Goods and secure a ch -nee
in the elegant Bi.ick Silk Dress
Pattern to be given away.
Farmers are requested to'Ieave
their eiders at Ihe Hardware ol
Jacob Schwarz for Homestead tfe
Bonemeal Fertilizer,.where it is
Go to ilarmison's for your
Lawn and Gingham Dresses.
lvoii!mber each ourchaer se
cures a chance in the Black Silk
The Homestead & Bonemeal
Fertilizer, sold only by Jacob
Schwa rz, is highly spoken of by
,he Farmers who have used it
and it is having a big run among
our agricultural niends.
All Black aud Colored Silks
cnbl hv ilarmisou i C ., are war
ranted lo wear, or silk replaced
tree of charge. Anyone buying
a Silk, secures 5 chances in the
Silk Dress tri ven away by ihem.
Farmers and all others who are
in need of a good Fertilizer for
their lands, will iind the Home
stead & Bonemeui, sold ijy Jacob
Schwanc, the cheape.-l and the
best in the marl. el. Give it a
Beautiful line of 15 nbrohh-ries
and White Goods at liarmisoiiV.
n.i : , A 11 ill. if n,r nflllitnffnOlin
lvinij east and north ot the HocMnjjiiver,
e';:cept what is heieinlilter de-ii?nated for
tliuSd pi telnet, ithotiiiB place tit tho
3 I or- ciuct-To consist or sections 1, 2, o,
4, o, (j, 7,S, 9, 10, 11, 12, la at.il II, with voting
place .it Gic-cnland school Iioums. ,
1'erry township rioutli Terry precinct
consisting of all the township excepthoie-afte-
mentioned as constitiitim; thel.iu
relvilic prcemcl.with voting placeat South
Logan, May 1, 1SS1 3w
Louisa M. Richard., Plaintiff,
Samuel R Chaiils, Pofendaut.
errv Theaiiovennmeu ueiennani wno isa noii
Laurelvnio precinct To consist of the resident of tne State of Ohio, aud who is r.
illowiiii! sections ot s-iid ferry township:' resilient of tlie Territorj ot Dakota, (par
M'tionsXos. 10,20, 'JJ,::t,:n,:i2, and 3o, with ticular county and place or his resilience
'.; ..i ..l.;iti. . l...f...r ,,il twiifii tr imt!tlriiii.r will tlrt
The above named defendant who Is a non
Hocking Couniy, Ohio.
By order of tlie Commissioners of Ilock
inirVountr.Ihave rompleted the Records
of Plats, ot Jb'metiona: L its, and am now
ready io re-e c fees tor recording the same
lrom tht'ou uorsof said tractional lots for
tlie next thirty days.
If not paid within this time, the seir.ie
will be placed on the T ix Du I irate with
Auditor' and Treasurer's f es added, and
will be collected as other 'ax
Recorder lloching County, O.
April 10, 1HS I iw
tK.mrr-' "vr-tsj gmg-' n,mTPecwvgs?gaMnrMf gnBeaaj w vmusr an-s-rjciBiwwiM, i ! i i w ?j. -
ICE! ICE ! ! IXttll I
I am now prepared to ik-livcr
to the people of Logan Ice du
ring the summer, at thirty live
cents per hundred. Leave or
ders willi driver or with
mayl-3t Harlow Wiiiti:.
S lUllIl lite lUJIIHVIII CltUSC, KJi
an, will vot-at Union furnace. , divorce: 1st, gross negie-t oi auiy. -o,
.' 'i ii.... .1 ....... li..,.iiii.irli'r Tl lintifl. ' .lli.il ..I.ah.... ii. mnrn l,..i llir- vulrn
.Villi 1 ll a l ixiu hww"' ,v,.. ...... --- 1, niiiiiii.iw.i.iii.i'i .ufii ....... .... .. ......
be and thevaie herebv itppomted Supei-I saia e.iue will be tor trial at tne next
vi-'ois or.sald Primary Kleetion In their ru-i term of Court.
spcvtlvo'ov.-u-.hii.s, wards and pieoluctx,. By GKOGA.V 4 WHITE,
tit wit: April 17 6w Her Attorneys.
ei!ton-H. II. Alien. '
F.ills, ..uLsiae the corporate limits of .
LGKUi-Jonathanbhaw. j Tsyj 'Tbil
isi war I 01 Logan Villas -Win Waner ! Jtt t? S !Ljj
2d do do do Daniel Acker. T Ownors nf Ti'r-if.tintisil T.of?
::d do do do joliii Jiciiiuie. " v""'.. '-- ".
nil do do do Lb iiort.
Uore precinct A J UuiWoS.
tlood Hope Abraham Miller.
Ureen, 1st precinct Klias Clark.
2d do Eli Chute.
M do JohuAShuw.
L-uirel Amos Kline.
Jhiiiou John llt-bout.
Perry, L uirolvill.- IV-J V. Klaxon.
do I'eriy 1 Ueo Johnston.
Salt Creek. -Jolin De Haven.
Starr, 1st precinct J C Anthony.
2d do A J Duiley,
Wpslungton H KalKIosc-h.
Ward, 1st piecinctG W Donaldson.
do 2d do . J H ltodamer.
1 'I'll .t iii tint Democrats be permit-
. 1 . ....... n, ...T.l iirlin.irl iilff'Tintl. t
ten 10 um nt -! ,' ..I.... j - --- -
-lth Every i-ei.-on Iiall otciii the town-1
ship or iirn-inct 01 ins ij.iuein-r,K mc i---cincts
aio lierem o-tabllliMl, and shall not
under any circumstances be allowed to w,e
:it any oilier. ,
otii The special .Uleiition of the buper-vi-or-,
J mines ami Cleil.s ol election is
uaiied toprimaiy Lio-lion Uiw- reieireil
to ..nt publish -d hiieinafter.
fith Tlie fciijiervtb-iis n.-imcsi above, or iu
then absence, t..c- peisons chosen to .ic-t by
t'no dalv ji.;lii:ea e.ecloii, h.ivin-; bcin
lirstsi.oin i.. .1 p-ror .p:-.l.lied to admin
ister ...itl.-, iti.a he is .1 1- Ail elect or 01 his
towi.siiip, ....11 or j.recii'ct. and that nu
will t'Utiiliilly eoniluvt the elcvtioii 111 ac
cc.ld:.i.cc M..U the piovis.oi.s ol law alii,
the oi.len oi tbel .n.r'l Oiu-nittee, simll
e.ii. the iiUMitieit eLvtor ).neiil 10 elioore
twuJiiigi". an 1 f..o cleil-d, to wlioni he
sli.ill .iimiiitl-tcTtho -ame oath. and tnoi
Mi..!lliiel: l.iwil lo nc.i.e i:.eolesof
tSieelcrtoi-iu.!Wieil iin-n'i the notice and
lit.- pulsions ot the Priiin.ry flection
. .. ' .. 1 .. .. . 11. :i'u! iIitii:,: ch.cl-
j. 1 vis, 11 jiMiiii'ii-' " " ":: .
K-ii ,.t.us ihefli-il --hall wr.eoppn-l.
tiieii.uii.-ol tiie p. 1 0.1 i.iu 11 the wold
"-.wo. 11,' u-i ihi- iHtll-li. uli, which shall be
!.cpl bvtne.I11dge.sar. 1 l ler -.
Tth-rtii-JidgesamlCi.-i.. s'.iall imme
i.iatclv alierthe pclls.iro clocd, proceed to
couiil'tuu billots theriMt.ai it sliall write
lallv sheets 01 ihe.s..mc,anil v.Su-si all the
ballots are cuunl 'd, as proMoed by the
statute, llii-v sh.ll sifin and seal up one 0:
the pull-bee s and tally -beets so Uc-pi and
endor-e the- same on tlie envelope, 1,"
Itookaiul Tnll.v --beets ol Ueinuenitio 1 ri-
maiy flection held in Precinct.
Tivii,hip,"..ii.ia.liiress the same "ro the
Chal1m.1L. 0! tlie Democratic Central Loiu
niiltee of Ho.-king 1. ounty, Logan, Ohio.
The poll-books and tail -sheets to be inr
lcisliei; b.' the Cnaiiinaii ol the Central
Committee and delivered to the Supervis
ors ot their iespccliv townships wanIS
1 ... in linn, tor .:tm election.
.inn ini..iiv.n, j.. .. ,, ,. l.v.,
I am iurcha3iag daily all kinds of
That will fully meet the demands oft he Trade. Farmers and Buildr
ers should take advantage ot the low prices, such as
.m i4U V.4 c .-;
! UUP W i&.
Ma9 Ha!i9 F&ffk5 12;
MSsDge9 l?ais29 Sep-Iad-
dpr9 WMte leaB9 Axes
ffaatty9 l?ekel aad fa-
gS?Kemember that I sell the Genuinfy
.TY Pouble bhovei Mow,
The Best in the World. I have ju-t purchased a large stock of
Sheep Shears, to which I call the attention of !3? Farmers and
Shesrer-j. Uemember that I sell the
BUCKEYE MOWE&S h REAPERS,
The simplest and most durable Machine iiwrie. Also the Milbourn
Wagon, whit h is giving the le.t of tatisfnetion. I also handle thie
kinds of Clothes Wringers, Grind.-tones, Farm Bells, &c. Gall and
get my prices before purchasing elsewhere.
March 27, 1834
-. j---rer-r T SH CL tl-9
Mr. Slisher has in connection
with his Grocory and Bakery, a
nlaf-H where u. nerson can be iceom-
;iuod;ited.to tho .best oh-inks.
Plants for Stile.
I will b prepared lo furnish
our citizens and people near and
r. -it. ...... nimiiiiil nl" tlwil'lv
i;il wiiii ciii. iiuiuuui. j' """v I with neopyot tue miliary i. -eiiu -Y
Gabbaire. Tomato, Sweet Bwtalo , and the ituies unjioniirj "t the central
and oilier plants for the garden. ,ti,The tue-ent niT-mber t the ccntmi
I guarantee them as first class in I ruIotX'i'io.u.
uiialitv and in plants u-huwot theiMtii-iiuoit and 1I;-'I,.V1,;'IV,
1 1 will sunnlv the neoi.le at mv l'l'VV. .Ai.f.'.'.VIf.o thi."T
stand on Market Square, com- day oijune i&i, on or beiore ii ocioct.,
..... .. . i I iirwmni s.iiiliblV.
iili. The names or all the
candidates shall be pi'mted on all tickets
to be voted at said election, and a sulhcieiit
number ot tlcKcls I m- inmiii - '"-
... .. ..I..1... !... lIllV
PATENTED AUGUST 2S. 1833. BY B. L. KEITH. BBAZIL 1HDIAKA.
& bj ms m a. j-
t rv t "-.-
Kl ?ti t,-, i?i jfe M
&m vl mi?
pi'Isag Street lLgaaa9 iai.
mncinr (lift first of next week,
wilh afi the early Yegcl .bles,
.1 .1 ...l.:..I. ..1 , ..11 nwloK nun
aim at lliun ijiucc: tin ui.i.-icui. nuinir in uciicu i m- ihuu .. ..... i
be left for Plants, which will be , -" """ rc-uly 1,y tlu" "aJ
romntlv furni&hed at reasonable iotii. ah riiu.iid.itesmustbeannouiicid
luio. -ivii ! iiii'ii"'"!" ..... .- ., (. i
!,. the Sentinel not later than on the 'd
dav ot .MaV, lh3I.
lhh. Tho Central Committee will incot
jfWc are prepared to build ail kinds of Carnage-. and firing !&
on' -n the veiv lowest prices. All kinds o! Li v timr-X tone- W.l Wm-K atl
kSndi J neatly executed. A large and complete lot of i'i..is!.e.l Work constantly ot;
1,dnd" Carriage, Buggy and Sign Painihsg,
At the lowest prices, and "ii.ira.it oe Ihe best job in the city. , We warrant ail our
Blacksmilhin- as !irsL-oiass. Also horsc-hoeing and everyihint: poitaii.ing io .V
branch of !.n-ii- O til and give us a trial beloie $i.yF ,. . ,
April 24, 1831-ly -1' lKh li -1 " "