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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
TERMS PER YEAR,
Thursday, May 22, 1884.
MEETING of THE PRIMARY ELEC
Religion an Insurmount
The Primary Election Super
visors of Hocking County are
called to meet in Logan at the
Sentinel office, on
SATURDAY, MAT 24 111,
at one o'clock, for the purpose
of obtainingPoll Book and Tally
Sheets, and for the further pur
pose of being sworn as Supervi
sors and conference with a view
to uniformity in conducting the
Candidates aud Democrats gen
erally are invited to attend the
JACOB WEAVER, Ch'm.
TV. P. Price, Sec.
a republican "Candi.
The panic which prevailed in
New York has about subsided
A number of Banks engaged in
speculation broke, but the gen
eral business of the country has
not been affected.
The report of the meeting of
the Hocking and Ohio Editorial.
Association has not yet been re
ceived, and will no doubt be an
able and elaborate composition.
At the end of five days Secretary
Jennings was still engaged in
preparing the report for publica
tion. If we get the Secretary's Be
port sometime this summer, we
shall publish it.
Some days ago several acres of
ground In the city of Zanesville
sunk several feet, causing con
sternation among the sinners,and
crowding the churches with the
newspaper men of that murky
city, all thinking the day of
judgement at hand, and all feel
ing the immediate need of re
pentance. It since transpires
that the subsidence was due to
underground work of Pluto or oth
er Republican enemies of Gen.
Grosvenor, and that the subter
ranean politician mistook Zanes
ville for Athens.
"We hardly think it fair that
ReDublicans should bring to
ihpir assistance the service of
the Hades all es in swamping
Grosvenor, and we protest that
the hero of Hell's Half Acre shall
have a fair fight with the Evil
Spirits of earth, and not be at
tacked by the allied Republican
forces of the Lower Regions.
Genera Grant has a claim on
the country. The right way for
the Republicans to fix him is to
nominate him for President
Then he can provide for his cred
itors by making their government
contracts a reality, which turned
out a fiction to them. Then he
can provide for the young Grants,
who are not safe to be let out
alone. By restoring the old
regime, he can provide for fam
ily, creditors, and all. He de
serves this of the Republican
party, and the party deserves it
A Portsmouth correspondent
of the Columbus Journal, date of
May 15lh, in discussing the Re
publican candidates for Circuit
Court Judne. savs this of Mr.
Samuel H. Bright of Logan:
"Captain Bright i8 charged
with having been a lay delegate
to the General Conference of the
M. E. Church at its last session.
This teems an insurmountable
objection it won't do to have
such a union of church and state.-'
We are not Mr. Bright's advo
cate, neither have we any cou-
cern in the operations of the Re
publican party, only so far as the
public welfare may be affected
by the character of. its elected
officers, and the public policy it
seeks to establish in our midst.
The assertion of the corres
pondent, unrebuked by the Re
publican Capital City organ,that
because Capt Bright is a mem
ber of church is an "insurmount
able objection" is a blow straight
in the face, not only to Mr.
Bright, but to every citizen who
is a Christian.
The Republicans, the "God
and Morality Parly," is certainly
in the delerium of dispair to as
sert that a profession of christi
anity and the practice of the pre
cepts of the church is an "insur
mountable objection" to the can
didacy of a man for office, especi
ally for the office of Judge.
This country is not yet Pagan.
It is not yet a reproach to a man
that he is a church member. If
the Republican party makes that
issue, and the Columbus Journal
quietly acquiesces in the propo
sition, the Democrats are ready
for the issue. Let the isssue be
made on Capt. Bright. He can
stand it, but we assume to say
that the christian people of this
District and of this country will
bury as deep as the cities of the
Dead Sea, a party courting favor
from t..e profligate and scoffer
and making the issue that church
membership is an "insurmounta
ble objection'' to office in the
Circuit Court Judiciary.
Mr Rris?ht is a member of
church. He follows in this, the
teachings or his venerated father
who was a minister, and his
good mother who was a chris
tian. He goes to church On Sunday
and takes his family with him.
Be makes no display of his re
ligion, only in this, that his con
duct is exemplary, his profession
al course honest and honorable,
and his social relations decent
He is a very genial companion,
but his lips have never been
soiled by an obsene remark nor
a blasphemous expression. His
relations with all denominations
the most agreeable, and a
Perry county is a country of
unexpected developments and
very mysterious proceedings.
The latest freak attracting pub
lic attontion is a movement of
the Orphan's Home' Trustees to
rescind a contract made by the
Some time ago the Commiss
ioners of Perry county, under a
special act of the Legislature,
bought 40 acres of unimproved
land near New Lexington, which
with fence to inclose it, cost them
about $2,500. Subsequently they
found that to erect proper build
ings for a home would cost fully
$15,000, so that, its structure was
impossible within the law which
only authorized an expenditure
of S8.000. Thereupon they bought-
of Col. Jackson, his residence
one of the finest sites in the
county with buildings already
erected thereon. the terms
of the purchase the Commission
ers reserved the right to require
him to purchase the first site at
cost price, if no better price
could be obtained.
Under this they sold it to him,
presumably, because it was the
best Drice thev could get. and
made the deed, signed by all the
Commissioners, The Com miss
ioners took possession of his
premises, left them unoccupied
for eight months, then rented
them for a year, levied taxes to
conduct the Home, and a few
weeks ago appointed three Trus
tees for it as the "Children's
The first orphans the Trustees
took charge of were some New
Lexington Lawyers, by whom
they instituted suit to rescind
the arrangement. This, were it
successful, would end all chance
ot a Children's Home, as its erec
tion would then be extravagant
As the petition contains noth
ing ot law or fact, or proper par
ties to maintain itself, the good
faith of the parties in bringing
the suit is under grave suspicion.
It is evident that the action in
any event is to the prejudice. of
the county, and destroys the
chances of relief for the many
poor neglected children now in
the county infirmary.
It. looks to us, from this hori-
Izon, as though there may be some
political skullduggerry anima
ting the Republican Trustees,
and that Col. Jackson, who is a
prominent Democrat and a gen
tleman of nolitical importance,
is to be embarrassed and annoyed
in a prospective campaign. It
mav be that the Trustees have
farms and properties affected by
a change of location.
At any rate the suit is a novel
one and will command public at
tention. Perry county has nine newspa
pers, and if we are mistaken in
the views presented, will look
for suggestions from the press
more directly interested in the
the good old Father looks down
with regards not altogether es
tranged upon the sleeping children.
The Law Against Stock
Kuiiulug at Large.
To amend section 4207 of the
vised statutes of Ohio.
Section 1. .Be it enacted by
tjie General Assembly of the
State of Ohio, That section forty
two hundred and seven of the re
vised statutes of Ohio be amendod
so as to read as follows :
Section 4207. A person finding
an auimal mentioned in forty-two
hundred and two, at large, contrary
io the provision of this chapter may,
and any constable of any township,
or any supcr isor of roads in any
towthip, or marshal or constable
of any city or village, on view or
iiifm-nmtion. shall takeun and con-
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fine the same lorthwith, giving no
tice thereof in the owuer, if known,
and if not known, by posting no
tices describing such animals there
in, in at least three public places
with n the township ; and if the
owner doss nut appear and chum
his property, and pay all chuges
lor t;ikinc up. advertising, and
keeping the same, within ten days
from the dote ot the notice, the
sinimals m-iy be proceeded with un
der the laws legn'atmg estrays ; the
mere act ot any sucii animal run
ning at large in or upon any of the
places mentoncd in fectiun iorty
two huii'Ired and two. shall be
prima facie ovidence that such an
imal is so running at large eonirary
to tin provisions thereof, bur. if it
be proven that, such animal escaped
from the owner or keeper thereof,
without his know'edge or fault,
then it shall be given up to the
owner or keeper, upon payment of
a reasonable compensation for tak
ing up and keeping the same. And
it any constable, supervisor or mar
sbal, above named, shall willfully
neglect to perform any of the duties
above required, he shall be fined not
morethan twenty-five dol'ars ($25.
00), or imprisonment not more than
ten davs, or both.
Sec 2. Said original section
4207 is hereby repealed ; and this
act shall take effect and be in force
from and after its passage.
L. A. BRUNNER,
Rnpftkfir nro tem. of the House of
JOHN G. WARWICK,
Ppresident of Senate.
Board of Education Must
WUK HT Ur NU lit
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 cents, 36 and 44 inch
es wide. A line of Aibatress Goods in iigrht shades 44 inches wide,
at 68 cents. Summer Silks 45, 5.0, 60, and 75. Black Silks 85,100,
1.25 and 1 60. We make mention of the above goods because we
think them cheaper than any other House in the city wi.l sell
them, and a larger line to select from.
TJiriSUH to 811IJB2S.
May 15, -T8S4 2w
Clay Drinkle, We Call Ton !
It is announced that Clay Drin
kle has drawn five thousand dol
lars in a lottery.
Two years ago Clay gamboled
into the Sentinel office and bet
with all the boys on Converse's
election. The figures were chalk
ed on the wall, and at each house
cleaning since, have been pre
Kprved as an indelible count
against him. He is now able to
pay that and those election bets.
The figures on the wall stare us
in the face as we write. We
don't want oysters, but we do
need hats. Clay, send us down
hats for the staff. We will then
wipe out the figures of your bet
and congrs tulate you on better
luck in Lotteries than on Elections.
1b barmen iaus
The ReDublicans of Logan are
miif.1i divided on the choice of
President. Col. Renipel is in fa-
Torof Hoadly; Editor Pursell
prefers John Sherman ; the hur
rah boys are all for Blaine ; Post
Master CaseT and all Hie Post
Masters and office holders are for
Arthur, knowing- him "as the ox
knoweth his owner, and the ass
his master's crib."
It is said that Senator Chaffe,
Ulysses S. Grant, jr's. father-in-law,
is the heaviest loser by the
Grant-Ward failure ; that he put
the major part of his fortune to the
amount of $500,000 into-the firm's
bauds for sa'e keeping, and that is
all gone. His bright son in law
-.,r.io rlritwinrr out his sharo of the
monthly profits. Senator Chaffe
should be placed on the army re
tired list with the rank of general.
A recent law authorizes County
Commissioners to appoint a commis
sion of-three persons in each county,
whose duty it will be to see that ev
ery honorably discharged ex TJuion
soldisrisaiior or marine of the Slate,
who shall hereafter die without
leaving means to defray funeral
expenses, shall be buried by the
large portion of his clients are
from classes who -differ wnh mm
on church matters, but who em
ploy him because of his ability
as a lawyer and his trustworthi
ness as a christian.
Wo TftTeat that we have no
stock in Mr. Bright's political as
pirations, but iu what we have
written, we are animated by a
sensibility that must be hurt and
should reseut itself in the heart
of every man in this country who
believes in the Church.and so be
lieving endeavors to regulate his
conduct according to the stand
ard of christian morals and im-
Dress a rega rd for religion upon
thA mmds and in the hearts of
The Democratic party estab
lishes no such "insurmountable
obiections" to her candidates.
The Republican paity of this
Judicial District, if correctly
voiced in the Columbus Journal,
will hereafter have a place in
history with the Spanish Inquis
itors and theframers of the penal
statutes of ''Bloody Mary" and
the Black aud Bloody Queen
Tlie Great Flovd.
Col. Vance,Editor of the Galli
nolis Bulletin, has published a
handsomely printed book of 137
pages presenting a graphic and
d-taiied history of the Great
Flood in the Ohio Valley.
The d-. tails of the wide spread
disaster are presented in vivid
style, and presents a picture, as
nearly as words can co ivey, of
the tremendous flood that poured
through the valley carrying death
and deslructioa in its course.
The efforts of all the relief
committees are shown, also the
telegrams from all the cities ten
dering help, thus showing the
public feeling of sympathy as
well as the practical work of the
The book is for sale at 50 cents
per copy. Any live young man
could sell at least a hundred in
AddressjJohn L. Vance, Bulle
tin Office, Gallipolis, O.
The Place to Buiy Me
G aha n.
The Legislative Committee ap
pointed for the purpose, have ar
ranged the details for bringing
the remains of the heroic Mc
Gahan from Turkey to Perry Co.
Ohio. The village of New Lex
ington has generously tendered a
Lot in the village cemetery. .Lo
gan will make a similar offer and
has as much claim for his final
sepulture. The place for McGa
han's last resting place is in St.
- Here, on the sunny hill, sleep
the companions of his youth who
have filled the honored and may
hap unsung destiny of their lives.
Here rest his kindred dead. Just
across "the fields is the old school
house, where the venerable old
master, McCourtney, taught him
the first lessons of the books.
Down at the base of the grave-
ard hill Rushcreek murmurs as
it meanders, the same invitation
for boys his ears so loved to hear
as he read his books on the banks
or fished in its sparkling pools.
Almost in sight is the place of
his birth. All around in every
home are friends with grateful
recollection and heartfelt prayer
for the blue eyed boy, noted as
one who always knew his cate
It was at St. Patricks where he
went to church with his mother.
It was here where he obtained
the graces to make his life pure,
as well as the inspiration to make
his efforts deserving.
Let McGahan be buried where
he belongs, with his kindred
dust and among his kindred peo
ple in the grave yai d at St. Pat
ricks. He was an obedient boy and a
favorite child to Father O'Brien,
the "old grey sheriff," who plant
ed that Irish colony, built that
church and blessed that grave
yard. Let the bones of the good boy
whose lofty soul led him to the
remotest end of the earth in car
rying out the grand purpose of a
nation'6 liberation, be brought
back for final rest under the af
ternoon shadow of the church
where he prayed, and over whose
sanctified surroundings it is not
irreverent to think the spirit of
To supplement section 3687 of re
vised statutes ot Ohio.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the
General Assembly of the State of
Cihin That section three thousand
and nine hundred and eighty seven
be and 'he same is hereby supple
mented wi-h Hectional numberings,
as here after providad :
Section 3987a. That the boards
of education of cities and villages,
and the directors of sub-school dis
tricts,, shall in the months of March,
April, May and itovenihei in the
year of 1884. aua in said months
of each year thereafter, in the
School yards aud grounds under
their rosnop.t.ive control, plant or
cause to be planted, where the same
is not already proviaeu, sucu iium-
bcr of shade and ornamental trees,
as will in their judgment furnish
shade protection for the scholars
aitendine said schools, and beauti
fy said grounds.
Svn !. That the costs and ox-
f penses incurred by said boards of
euucauon or uireuiuio " -tricts
as the case may be, shall be
paid oue of the contingent school
fund of said city, village or sub
district, on certificate of said boards.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect
and be in force from and after its
Speaker pro tem. of the House of
JOHN G. WARWICK.
President of Senate.
THoro -nrlll l.o mmnrinl nnrvlpA fit tlie HT.
K. Cbnrch on Sunday, May 23, IS81, ai 10
O'CiocK, A. M.., conuucieu uy nev.u
Burns, assisted by Rev. C. C. Hart. All are
By ordef of Committee.
B. E. VANHORN.
May 22, 1881 lw
1irit1tm TT A tillM fVa. flanaira T,tr
Jf son county, West Virginia ; or Wnshlug-
Virginia, will take notice that on the 9th
day or April, 1884, John H White, as Ad
ministrator of the estate of John T. Aplin,
deceased, brought snit against him in the
Hocking Common Pleas at Logan, Ohio,
to recover S311 16, and asks judgment with
interest from August It, 18oo, less S100 paid
thereon August 21, 1877, and that thereaitcr
said Administrator had an attachment is
sued in said action, and had the same lev
ied on, the following lands as the property
of William H. Aplin and seeks to have tho
miuc f uiu mi paj aaiuucut) rjavwviiMi
lot four(4), in bectiou seven (7), township
tinning Jim f .mi.ii.iv l vtnmi Vft nntfilnlliif
VAfl.n f liu.aKit nltf an tliat tha fnltnmlnr.
1,UIIUC I9UWCUJ i,. , u fciinvKi,; ,u.ivr '
accountsand vouchers liave been filed in
ine.rroDaiei;ouri 01 xiiK;Kijigiouufcy,is.,
for third and final settlement.
John A. Mccieuami.aum'ror tne estate juiiiii;,ju "" ac,cVi.v' """'""'
or John Chennowerth, dee'd. I twelve (12) range sixteen (10), contaluing
and tbe same will come on for heariiiRon sixty-five and thirty-four liundreths acres
the 10th day of June. 1884, at 10 o'clock, a.
m.orassoou thereafter as may be conve
nient. W. T. ACKJER.ProbateJudge.
May 15--3 w
I offer for sale my NEW TWO STORY
FRAME HOUSE, in Fumacetown. The
Buildi ng is new, contains seven rooms, and
has all the necessary outbnl.dinsts attach
ed. There is a good WeU and Cistern on
the premises. This desirable property will
be sold at most reasonable price.
For particulars call on
Logan, May 1, lSSl-tf.
Hew Market Garden
In Logan, East End of Hunter
T, . fn.-o1o.11 UnilanfRARnEN'
PLANTS, and will hf.ve all kinds or Vege-
tables in meir season ,mu" " "....
to furnish Grocers aud Citizens of Logan
Everything in ray line of the best qual
ity and satisiaction Kaaranteed-
Orders by mall promptly filled.
E. A. SHHSA.31.
Logan, May 1, 1884 3w
Louisa M. Richards, Plaintiff,
Samuel R'ohards, Pafendant.
The day foranswer to th petition In said
suit is June 23, 18S1.
CAMPBELL A ROSEMOND,
May8-6w Atlys-for Plff.
Two Young Partners in Murder
Hung at Ashland, O.
Asaland, O , May 16 George
Andrew Horn and William Hen
ry Gribben, aged 24 and 29, were
hanged here today for the mur
der of Henry Williams on March
25, last year. All three were
employed in a saw mill at Polk
and the night before went to
West Salem, 7 miles distant, for
their pay. They became intoxi
cated aud quarreled. Late at
night they returned to Polk, Wil
liams walking, the others going
by a freight train. Horn and
Gribben waited at Polk for Wil
liams to come on. Meeting him
Horn threw a heavy stone and
knocked Williams down, and
brained him with vicious blows
with an ax. Gribben was con
victed as an accessory.
At 10:05 the prisoners wereled
to the scaffold, and without un
necessary delay were bound and
the trap sprung. At 10:21 they
were pronounced dead. The
necks of both men were broken.
On the scaffold, Horn was cour
ageous, and said "I want to say
to you, boys, that I am as inno
cent of this crime as you fellows,
but I have got to suffer here and
die to-day.'' Gribben was limp
and would have fallen on the
gallows had he not been sup
ported. Three Hung Together.
Greenville, S. C May 16 Ri
ley Anderson and -lames and
Alfred McCulIoug, father and
son, all colored,were hanged here
Bill Waner invites the down
to-vn boys to come West, follow
the evening star and stop at the
Star Saloon. Bill has a popular
resort, and entertains pleasantly
all who call.
The above named defendant who Is a non
resident or the State of Ohio, and who is a
resident of the Terrltosy or Dakota, (par
Ucular county and place- of his residence
being nnknowu, to petitioner will take
notice tnai on me uui uny ui apuii ""
.,. i.irtlfr Ionian. M- Richards. Wife Of
said defendant, 'filed her petition in the
Court of Common Jfieas 01 hockhib coun
ty, Ohio, against'sald defendant, praying
therein thatshfrbe divorced from him and
therein scU forth the following causes of
divorce: 1st, gross neglect of duty. i,
willlul absence ror more than three years.
Said cause will be for trial at the next
term of Court. GR0GAN WHITE)
April 17-6w Her Attorneys.
Noti'eis hereby given that a petition
will be presented to the Commissioners of
Hocking county, at their next session, June
2d, 1884, praying for the establishment or a
County Road on the followingline to wit :
Sum n g at an ash tree on the east bank
of Aioccosln creek, in Perry twp., Hocking
county, Ohio, said tree standing In the
centre of the road at the western terminus
of the Laurel ruad, at Intersection of Moc
casin road on lands ot Nelson Armstrong;
thence due west on north side of old house
on laud of James Deffenbaugh, distance
UUUUIilW ICTl, A" B;vVM A.!., wiv.aww I
north of west ruunlng along north side or
sl ravine losccuuu line iretwa-u Liiuittmia
of Jumc Deffeobaugh and 31. L. Dott'ea
baugh aboutU0 yards to- section line be
tween sections Ko. 19 and 30; thence due
west on said suction line to where the
lands or M. L. Deflenbaugh anil Milton
Armstrong corner; thence west on said
section Hue dividing the lauds or James
Deflenbaugh and Milton Armstrong to the
northwest corner of the lands of James
DeOenbangli ; thence due west on said sec
tion Une through the lands orMilton Arm
strong to the road on the Pickaway coun
ty line aud there to end.
Thursday, May 1,1884.
May 8, 1831 iw
The Logan Woolen Mills
John Paxton, whose residence is un
known, will take notice, that on the I Oth
day of April, A. D. 1881. Mary Elizabeth
n.it. rtlul hm nfttltinn in t.hA rnmmnn
1 Pleas Court of Hocklus county, Ohio, iu
case No. , against Ellzbetli Collison,
John William Pnxton, James Elmer Px
..... n ,inr.t- 1.1 ronivnt A5 J iSMtih lilstrion
Paxton. a minor 12 years of age, and Jalm
Paxton. heir at law of Barbara Paxton,
deceased ; Andrew Nelson Watts and El
mer Anson Watts, minors over 11 yearsof
a"e. Zuie Semore Watts and Eddie Bowen
Vutts, minors anderll years of ago, chil
dren and only heirs at law of one Sarah
W itts, deceased , a daughter and one of t us
heirsatlawof the said Barbara Paxton,
deceased ; John Collison, husinxnd of Ui
said Elizabeth Collison aud Anson Watts,
praying tor the partition or the following
real estate, to wit:
Tho west half of the northwest quarter
or section eight (8), township thirteen (13),
and range seventeen (17), o. the Chilli
cothe land district, Hocking couuty, Ohio,
containing eighty (80) acres, more or less.
Said parties are required to answer on or
before the 10th day of May, 1881, or judg
ment may be taken against them.
.MARY ELIZABETH PAXTOX,
Weldy & Price, her Attorneys.
April 17, 1881 6w
The School Examiners of Hocking coun
ty, Ohio, will meet at the
Union School Mouse,
First and Third Saturdays of
at 9 o'clock, a. m., except January. July
anl August. AUJilHtulsul(U, iuuiuu Fv-
paid en velopes by which, they will receive,
the result of the examination.
of good niorl character will be required e
tnose uu&uuwu lw uic dwuu.
The grading is represenieu on a scaie ot
to 100 , and six classes of certificates will
be Issued, viz:
PImiI P1.M Viva Vmmi Wft hiinh Iau
than S5and an experience of not less than
Itiret; cuiuktcui.vb jcui ui icatu.iis ucd.
preceedine the application, eighteen
months of which exoerienca shall have
been In one place.
Second Class, Three Years. When the
applicant has an avenge of 95, no branch
less han 90, aud twenty four months ex
'.iniru lfiax, twenty rumjnuuma. a.x
eighteen months experience in teach In p.
Pnnrth eiass. Eighteen Months. An av
erage of 83, no branch less than 75 and
CWeiTe monms experience iu wuuuhk.
Fifth Class, Twelve Months. When is ne
branch there Is less than 70.
Sixth Class, six months. When In.no
Crunch there is-less than 60. This Is atrial
certificate iindwiU not be issued to an ap
plicant who has taught, after Sept. 1 , 1882.
Asatlsf.ictory examination in the The
ory and Practice of t aching and a good d
itree or success Is teaching and governing
school will be favorably considered. Ap
plicants are required lo furnish testlmo
nialstofgood moral character.
6 FRANK GORDOK,
" J. L. BRIGHT
J. P. H.STEDM.
-ARE NOW READY-
TO RECEIVE V700JL
-TO MANUFACTURE INTO
Bssskins, Jeans .Satms
Declaring the Intention of the
Village to Pave Hunter Street.
Be it resolved by the Council of the Yll
lno of Logan, That In the opinion of the
Council it is necessary io construct. me
walks on the north side or Hunter street,
irom Spring street to Culver street, and It
Is hereby declared that the 8 line shall be
constructed In accordance with the plans
and specifications on file in the Mayor s
Office. And the Mayor is Hereby instruct
ed to cause notice to be served upon the
owners oragenta of the owners ol the pro
perty bounding or abutting ? 8ch ' ,e,"
walks, alter the I-jgW$gS
George G. Gage. ClerK.
May 15, 1881 2w
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing accounts and vouchers have been filed
In the Probate Court of Hocking oounty,
Ohio, for settlement, , ,
Henry O. Haynes, Adminfstrator de bo
nis non of the estate of John Haynes, de
ceased. , ,
and tbe same will come on for hearing on
the 2n day or May, A.D.18St,at 10 o'clock
a. m or as soon thereafter as may be con
venient. . . .
W. . AUSBK, rrooaie j nBc
May 1 3w
Farm For Sale.
OHIO CENTRAL RAILROAD.
100 Acres of sood Fairfield
County Land.'ln a desirable and bealtny
locaUon. ten acres or good timber, situated
onthe Lancaster & Winchester pike, one
and one-half miles from Carroll, and two
and one-half miles from Hookert Station.
Church within one-fourth mUe, School one
hair mile, well watered by good springs,
fine young Orchard, and good improve
ments. Price 330 per acre.
'""""i'oHN "w! TwILSON; Carroll, Cs
Or C. H. BUBBHAUS, Logan , O.
May 15, 1881-3m
Notice is Iierebr given that a petition
will be presented to the Commissioners or
MOCKing cuuuij, in " " .."..
June 2, 1884, praying for the location of a
County Eoad on the rollowlng line to wit ,
Beginning at a point in the county road
known as the Bloomingvllle and Logan
road, opposite the residence or John Ham
ilton In section number sixteen (lb), town
ship number eleven (11), range number
r , a i a t m -11 Jfl4 Thcncesoiuhontlieliuobetwoenihelands
Time Card taking efiect May 11, '84 i" 0rrcn Hamilton and Jddo-Hamilton, to
the lands, of Hamilton Hltwl and Harvey
925 t ween the aid Steel and Anierine about
8 45 twenty (20) rot's to a cleft of rocks ; thence
I bouthwest and bontlieast around said rocks
8 05 on the lands of said Steel to the lino be
7 20 twecn taul Steel and Anierine i thence
6 48 southeast on the ridge on the lands of said
6 05 Anierine to a point where the present patn
i i... .. ..i ..T.. ita.t.ofd thn fnmitv road
All 15 tf 25 ' in the east halfof the southeast quarter or
I said section number sixteen, and there to
8 21. euu
We would call special attention to our full line of new
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres,
ggT Also ready to receive Wool to Card in Rolls or Card and
Spin forCiixImners. Fulling and Dressing done iu a workmanlike
manner. A full Stock ol: Goods suitable for Farmers, Merer ants or
men of any profession, which we will sell JSP"Uhenp fm- C....!; or
E.vhanje for Wool. JACOB E. TRITSCH.
1v.ini. May 1, lSS4--3m.
accounts aud vouclier.hava been filed la
the Probate court ot Mooting coanty, u..
lor seconti pnriiHi suiucuicui.
n.vifi it Tpffltr. oiwutnr of tbe aatatar
of Joan M. Fecklen", deceased.
aud tnesame win come ou iur uwrme w
the 17th day of May, 1884, at 10 o'clock, .
in., or as soon theraafter as may be con
April 24 3w.
Ererybody Ought to Know !
That on Account of the Fine Assortment of
Boots and Shoes
I handle, I am enabled to purchase almost excFusivetv from nvinufactur
eis. thereby giving my customers the profits of the Wholesale Dealer.
The finest assortment of Ladies and (ients
I offer for sale the lands of Enoch Karuh
i.cr, deceased, situated In Salt Creek town
ship, Hocking county, Ohio, divided in.
the following order:.
The Home Farm, containing 160 acres,
good 2 story Frame House with 5 rooms,
and necessary out-buildings, large Barn
and a good young Orchard, one and a half
miles irofrt D.iviel k. D.ivi. on Bis Pine
Creek about US acres bottom laud, clear
ed Pri:e 35000 00.
Eighty-four acres, north and joining 1st
tract, mostly timber, with good .oj house,,
aud smaU Orchard upon it. Price SlOuO
Eighty ncres. most timbor, In same sec
tion us 1st tract, timber valuable and rood
I soil. Pt ice 5800.
Persons wishing to purchase a nome in,
a good locality will do well to look at these?
lands. Terms reasonable. For further
particulars, write the undersigned aCAdel-
phi, iScss conny,Oblo.
Mjy 1, IS4I-5V
&'UmC-U VW ar M 'Iwi
now on exhibition. We would also
vicinity to the finest stock of
call attention of the Ladies of this
53 STTiTA 3T
1 WT SF$ T1 CJ
ever oflered for sale by any dealer in Logan.- 1 offer them at surprisingly
low figures, and defy a'l competition. 8-ftep:iiring ne ify and promptly
attended to at reasonable rates. Call and oxamine.
Logan, April 17, 1884. Opposite Rerapcl Houae
, II 19
MtGllcad -2 23
. lexandrm ....
arr 4 47
ricasantvllle -4 0-5
Junction City.....-..o .11
Xew Lexington..... o 10
Thursday, MayJjWM. pBrmoSBBS.
May 8, 1881 4w
p Gottleib Kidnocker's Estate.
- U ' The undersigned has beon appointed and
ttk qualified as Administrator, with will an
o 1 Send, of the estate of Gottleib KIduocker,
FM late omocKing . -S
nlo, ,. o o
iUUJ' O 1
Eliza Karshner's Estate.
The undersigned has been appointed and
ouallfled as Administrator of the estate of
Eliza Karshuer.late of Hocking county,
deceased. KOB'T. SWINEHAKT.
May 8 3W
g coniliy, uecuMSH-ii. ,.
Connectionsaromiideat Fostorln with I
v.v hv lor Kindlay. Lima, at Marys,
Muncieand L-if.iyctte, Iud, Bioouilngton , pinte!, Brown, plaintiff, vs John Fox
IU .Kansas. City imdht Louis. vxv .Pl v deiendant.
At-Bucyrub for all points on P W Beforc Tnornas Hutchins, J. V. of Laurel
LcvorinKforCrestHnP,Clevenind and tow
all point on Columbus Diions of C C C & ,t'nJ","r of attachment in the above
railway. ,,. wL, r-iir,tnn ' action for the sum of (548 38) lorty-elglit
. Ai.V SS'B Sf.'" TWU Wn' ! dollars and thirly-elght cents, and twenty
amuii iinu an iuiuiouu w... - - - ..., iioiiars prouaDio costs, omu ""
Vu,lSi mil, im ,
Lliiuiiintiviuuu iuinivmfi" .-- -
John Hordci. Plaintiff,
Polly Hordeii, Defendant.
In the Common Pleas Court of Hocking:
&iiit defendant, whose place cf residence
is unknown will take notice, that on the
I0thdayofAi.nl A-.D. 1S84. the plaintiff
Sled his portion in the Conrt of Common
Pleas of Hocking County. Ohio, pmylngr
for a divorce-from said defendant on the
! round ot wilnil ahsence for more than,
threw years and said can we will be lor hear
ing at the M.iy term of Court. 1884.
Carl H. Buerhaus, Att'y. april 1 0-6 w
Vl. H, TEUSC
The Finest and most complete Stock of all kinds of Under aking
Goods ever brought to Logan- Prices Low and guaranteed
To Give Satisfaction. &Qt
promptly attended to Day or
i.. rln. .. tt. , ...l17!i.
At Junction City for Shawnee and all
points on Straltsville IJiv B & OB'd.
At Columbus connection is made at un
ion Dept with trains for Cincinnati, Louis
ville, Indianapolis, Washington, Baltimore
and all Southern and Eastern cities.
G Q Hadley , Gen'l Ticket Ag't
ZEFHANIAH BROWN, Wff.
April 21, 1SS1-3W
Simeon L. Friesner's Estate.
The undersigned has been appointed
and qualified "as administrator of the es
Simeon L. Friesner, late of Hocking coun
ty, dseeased. R FBUBHEH.
May 15 Sw
Bed and Single Lounges,
Parlor Suits, &c, &c.
And Dealer in all Kinds of
Bed Springs, Matrasses and Parlor
fTI Guarantee my Work and Prices- Salesroom in Roller
Building, thre doors west of Opera House. LMai l UJ
8feTln price ofannouncement is FOTJIt
DOLLARS, wnlch includes Tickets. Each
Supervisor wiU befurnlMied with 500 tlck
et. Each cantlidate will also bo furnished:
with the number of tickets he desire. Ther
mimes of all camlftla&es anuouncvd will b
on all tickets.
FOR CLERK OF COURT.
We- are- anthorizd to annonnce th
r:imof AKTHmt McCouRTCicrasn, candi
date for re-nomlnationto the offleeef Clerk
of th- Court, subject to the decision of th
Democratic Pruaary Election, May 31, 1884
"-e-arentrthorlzeil to announce the name
of JAMBS W. DAVIS as a candidate fot
renomination for the offlceor Oonnty Sur
veyor, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratia Primary Election , Ma j U, 1881.
We are-nnthorized to announce in nam
of AUKt. CARPENTER as a candidate for
Treasurer, subject to the decision of th
DemocraHc Primary Election.
We are authorized to-announce the nam
of JOHN NOTESTONE, as a candidate for
Treasurer, subject to the decision f th
Democratic Primary ElectiOL -
We are authorized to announce the nam
of ANDREW WRIGHT, for Inrtrmary
Director, subject to the decision oi th
Democratic Primary election.
We are authorized to announce tho
name of JOHN SHUNK, or Ward town
ship, us a candidate for Infirmary Director,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
Primary Election, May 31st.
We are authorized toannounce the nnm
of WILFOKD STIHRS, t,r Starr township,
as a candidate for County Commissioner,
subject- to the decision of the Democratic
Primary Election, May 31, 1884.
We are authorized to announce tha
name of IOHN T. NUTTER, as a candi
date for County Commissioner, subject to
the decision oi the Democratic Primary
. PROBATE JUDGE.
We are authorized to announce the name
ofDANIEL L. DAVIS, of Salt Creek town-
Ject to the decision of tne Democratic Prl-
n..i- Vlu.tln Mnv51.18J.
Ed. Sestinki. Mease announce By
name as a candidate for nomination to
theofilce of Proliate Judge for a second!
te:in, acconllng to the rules of the Demo
cratic party, at the coming Primary Elec
tion, to be held the 31st dav of Miy, 18S4.
W. T. ACKER.
Ed. SKNTiSEt. Please announce tha
name of J. M. FLOYD as a candidate for
rrobate Judge, subject to the decision of
the Democracy at their Primary Election,
to be held on the Slat day of May, 188.
. MANY' VOTERS.