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Mr. George Cook started Tues
day morning on a tour of collec
tion. We have been indulgent
with Delinquents beyond a rea
sonable degree. We need the
money coming to us in order to
pay our debts, and we must hare
it. A Collector w:ll visit all the
Post-offices of the county, and
those in arrears who do not set
tle will be dropped frem the
books and the accounts placed in
the hands of an officer for collection.
We will commence printing
tickets fr the Primary Election
to-morrow. Every ' ticket will
contain the names of all the can
didates. Each Supervisor will
be furnished by the Chairman of
the Central Committee - with as
many Tickets as there are voters
in the precinct.
The candidates will be sup
plied from this office with all the
tickets they want.
Mrs. Schwarz, of Pittsbuarg.
is visiting her son Jacob Schwarz.
Fritz Hartmau. of Point Pleas
ant, spent last Sunday in Logan.
The Democratic State Conven
tion will, be held at Columbus,
June 24 and 25.
Mr, Geo. Williamson, of Lau
relville, called at the Sentinel
office on Monday last.
Mr. Wm. Armstrong, ot South
Perry, was in Logan on Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scanlan are
rejoicing in a new boy born on
last Snuday. '
The wd storm on last Mon
day afternoon considerably dam
aged Smith Chapel.
- The commissioners are in ses
sion this week, determining up
on the bridges needed in the va
rious parts tf the county,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hartraan
are the happy parents of a new
ioy, who arrived on Tuesday
Frank Love caught a cat-fish
last week, in tl e river near the
railroad bridge, that weighed 2S
The Mayer is -enforcing the
fitock law, and our city presents
a civilized appearance, Let the
ordinance be enfor ed.
There should be an ordinance
abolishing the town dogs, or
compelling grocers who place
vegetabls on the pavement, to
put them on high shelves.
sS8t week Mr. Able Carpenter
caught a cat-fish which weighed
32lbs. The fish was 3 feet
long. This is the largest fish
caught in the river for years.
Auditor Bowen left yesterday
to attend the meeting of Audi
tors along the line of the rail
road, for the purpose of making
an appraisement of the property
Mr. Albert Donaldson, one of
the popular young At torneys of
3$ew Lexington, is attending
court this week.
Court opened in Logan on
Monday, Judge Friesner presi
ding. No cases of public inter
est have yet been tried.
The Grand Jury was organized
by the appointment of Benja
min White as Foreman.- Con
siderable business is before this
body, but the result of their de
liberations have not yet been
Rev. Mr. Hart went out in the
woods yesterday and selected
three trees which he proposes
planting this fall on the school
grounds, to the memory of three
Logan teachers, CharlS A. Bar
ker, Willard Adams, and Charles
Bright. Mr. Hart will select
Elms. He will cut trenches at
some distance around the trees,
cut off-some of the branches,
thus preparing the tree for safe
transplanting this fall.
The example of Mr. Hart is de
serving of imitation, and we hope
our School Board, observing the
law which we publish elsewhere,
will employ seme "suitable per
son," who certainly is Mr. Hart,
to select and prepare a proper
number of trees for planting this
fall, say on Thanksgiving Day.
Free Missionary Lecture-
The Falls Mills.
Eev. Mr. Mellen, a Congrega
tional Minister, twenty years a
Missionary among the Zulus,now
residing in Columbus, O., will
deliver a lecture on the Zulu's
and other South African Tribes,
in the Presbyterian Church to
morrow (Friday) evening. Scats
free and all are invited,
The Grand Army will take in
hand the ceremonies on Decora
tion Day. Committees have
been appointed for the various
purposes. The names of the
Decorating committee are pub
Those having soldiers buried
whose graves are not marked,are
requested to report to Comrade
Wolfe, so that in the Decoration
none may be missed.
Col. Lyman J. Jackson, of Hew
Lexington, and Maj. Townsend,
of Athens, have been invited to
attend and deliver orations.
We hope to see all of our citi
zens heartily unite in the cere
monies of the day.
The Logan school class of 1884
have favored us with a polite in
vitation to attend the commence
ment on May 30th, for which we
The class motto is "For Hon
ored Life an Honored Close."
The following are the class :-
Misses Alma H. McCarthy, Mol
lie McBride, Kate Weitzell, Jes
sie Bishop, Mary Isaminger, Em
ma K. Frasch, Mary Clark,
Will H. Gould, Harry S. Shot
well, John M. White, Mert F
Smith. John A. Smith.
This reliable flouring mill,hav
ing undergone complete repair,
is again in operation. The mill
is a great convenience to fanners
and with many of our dealers,
the flour is a favorite.
We have tested some of the
flour and it certainly is up to the
highest standard, and for keep
ing qualities is far superior to
that made by the roller process.
Starr Township Items.
Ed. 'Sentinel We are at pres
ent having a very wet time, and,
of course, farmers are behind with
their work ; but what they lose
is made up by the splendid grow
ing showers. No corn has yet
been planted in this section. Po
tatoes are ready to hoe, and the
prospects now are that we will'
have an abundant crop of apples,
but no peaches.
Talk about your good sheep;
but Mr. Alfred Souders of Honey
Creek, has the boss yearling of
this section, his fleece weighing
seventeen pounds, and only a
yearling. Think of it.
Coal and Iron Syndicate.
(Col Journal May 19.th )
The officers of the Columbusand
Hocking Val'ey Coal and Iron Com
pany met Saturday in their rooms
in the Deshler block to complete
arrangements for starting their fur
naces in the Hockinc vallev. It was
reported by Mr. Buchtel that the
miners are generally satisfying the
agreement made at Struitsville ;n
re-ation to the turuace mines. The.
furnaces at Gore and Crafts will
therefore start about June 15th, if
not sooner. The startingof the furnaces-will
furnish over two hund
red men with emplo3ment, and will
therefore give work in the valley a
The Hocking Infirmary Direc
tors v'sited the Perry Infirmary
last Friday, and adjusted satis
factorily some business matters
between the two boards. They
found the Infirmary in good con
dition, everything in the institu
tion being clean and orderly.
The outside surroundings was
thought to be not in good taste
and keeping with a county In
6titution. They report the farm
in excellent condition, the best
wheat of the season.
They desire to return than ks
to Superintendent Nixon and the
Directors for courtesy and atten
tion shown them during their
They desire to especially thank
Dr. Bright, now a resident of
New Lexington, who devoted
himself heartily to their enter
tainment. Also to the editors of
Herald and Tribune, Messrs Re
tallie, Ferguson, Max, Aid, and
inkeed, as Mr. Her says, "all the
gentlemen we met for the red
haired feeling manifested toward
The Directors hope to have a
rel urn visit from the Perry offi
cials, promising them, in which
we heartily join, a hearty wel
come and kind attention from
the Hocking Haw Eaters.
As to Eggs.
TES IIMOXIAL 'TO
From His Comrades oi
!., 17th O. V. I.
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Jackson,
of Longstreeth, very agreeably
entertained Mrs. R. Wl Cham
berlain, Mrs. Adam Kline and
Miss Alice Doan, at their resi
dence on Thursday of last week.
Gn. Harmison of Baltimore
was in the city this week laying
out plans for a. brilliant summer
campaign, through the medium
of the advertising columns of the
Mr. Geo. Moeckle left with his
family yesterday forPt. Pleasant,
where he will engage with the
Furniture Co. Mr. Moeckle is
one ot our best j'oung mechanics
and we regret to see him leave
Logan. He has our best wishes
forgood luck in his new home.
Treasurer West, who has been
been quite sick for several days
with malaria, is we:l enough to be
out attending to the duties of his
Mr. Robert Hamblin, the pop
ular and efficient Stewart of the
Athens Asylum, visited in Logan
on last Saturday.
We present some near laws
passed by the late Legislature,
which will be of interest to the
public. Business men will find a
law of interest to them on the
outside of this issue.
Squire Riason, of Laurelville,
is in the city this week attend
Steward Robert Hamblin, ot
the Athens Asylum, has our
thanks for substantial evidences
cf good feeling for the Sentinel.
Mr. John Lorentz, formerly of
our county, but for some years
past a citizen of Texas and New
Mexico, disgusted with the Grea
ser Indians and the Cow Boys,
has returned to Logan to spend
his remaining lays. Mr. Lorentz
is in the 83d year of his age and
in good halth and spirits.
The storm of Monday blew
down a part of the gable end of
Smith's School House, two miles
3 east of town, slightly injuring a
couple of children, Miss Ada
Westenhaver and -Miss May
Pring. The storm evidently
struck the building with a whirl,
blowing down the south gable
wall and throwing the brick and
debris into a transverse corner.
A number of the seats were
crushed, but luckily the children
occupying them were absentthat
Dr. Wright was called, and he
gave the children prompt med
ical attention, and reports ne e
At Tarlton about twenty hous
es were unroofed.
The Amphitheatre at the 'Lan
caster Fair Grounds was blown
down, and many buildings in the
i . -
Mr- Wm. H. Kanode left last
week for a visit to the Magnetic
Springs, in Delaware county,
hoping to restore his health.
On Tuesday his friends here
received a telegram that he was
dangerously sick. His wife is
with him. His sister, Mrs. War
ner, left Tueseay afternoon to
The Nationd M. JB. Conference
at Philadelphia, have chosen four
new bishops, viz : Rev. John M.
Walden,Rev. William X'. Ninde,
Rev. Chas. H. Fowler, and Rev.
The selections are regarded as
very satisfactory to the whole
church AH of them are compar
atively young men.
A post office has recently been
established at Black Jack, This
will be a great convenience to peo
ple living in that neighborhood.
The mails will arrive tri-weekly
The route ft om Logan to Haynes
will be extended to Adelphia, July
Mr. Jack Wright, son of our
esteemed friend, Judge Silas H.
Wright, was one of a class of 44
who" were before the Supreme
Court Tuesday and Wednesday
for admission to the bar. It is a
pleasure to know that Jack stood
second in the 21 who were ad
mitted, and we have no hesitancy
in predicting that he will make a
forcible, brilliant and successful
lawyer, and reflect ample credit
on his honored and illustrious
sire. Lancaster Republican.
Rates to the
On account of the National Re
puqlican Convention, which meets
at Chicago, June SdTroximo, the
Pittsburgh, Cincinnatti & St. Louis
Kailway and Chicago, St. Louis &
Pifsburgh Railroad will sell Excur
sion tickets to Chicago and return
at rate of one faro for round trip,
from all Stations on their lines
Tickets will be sold from May 26th
to June 2nd and will be gwd for
return passage until Juno 13tn in
clusive. Arrangements have been made
for additional Coaches and S'eeping
Cars sufficient to meet the rush, and
rasse tigers will be carried through
quickly and safely by the popular
Pan- Hand le Route.
Some time ago the Border
News published a statement that
Nels Armstrong had a hen which
hatched fourteen chickens from
ten egg6. ne couiu only ac
count for this at the time on the
theory that Nels didn't count his
chickens until after they were
hatched. We know how it is
Yesterday we were shown "an
eggs''-which Aunt Bragg's hen
laid that explains the mystery
and untangles to our mind the
yarn of the Border News. The
Bragg Egg is a twin. The two
eggs are of usual size, the shell is
not perfect, and are connected
by an open tube of about a quar
ter of an inch in diameter. Tne
contents of the two eggs thus
united seem to intermingle with
each other, and make a plain
case of twins.
Wonders never cease. Bro's.
Barleon and Eversole both know
this,and will no doubt be delight
ed to hear that even the hens of
Hocking are imitating illustrious
PAVE or PAY.
A telegram was received
about noon to-day (Wednesday),
that William Kanode died this
The remains will be brought
home this evening. x
Jacob Fox, the popular Saloon
keeper of Furnacetown, desires
his patrons to know that he keeps
the purest liquors and the fresh
est beer, and accommodates his
customers with drinks of any
kind desired. Jake is a pleasant
gentleman, keeps a nice estab
lishment and is increasing his
custom. When passing, drop in.
Capt. McCracken, in the My
ers building, has one of the best
conducted saloons in the city.
He keeps the best brands of Li
quors and gives his customers
polite attention. The Capt. in
vites a share of patronage front
those who relish a class of beer,
or who occasionally enjoy z. taste
To My Patrons.
Expecting to remove my Dental
Office to Nelsonville, I desire all
p.ttrons with whom I have contracts
lor work to call at once and have
them completed, otherwise they
will be done at Nelsonville.
I also wish to settle all accounts
(hat may he standing. Thanking
the people of Logan for past favors,
1 will be happy to attend to all
who call at my new location.
W. W. MONROE.
Mrs. Eberly, of Lancaster, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mrs. Rarrick, of Zanesville.vis
ited Mr: and Mrs. N. J. Weiland
Phil Slischer desires the public
to know that he is now in full
blast, with Grocery, Bakery and
Saloon, all under one roof and
one management. The public
can be supplied with all kinds of
staple groceries, lately bought,
of best quality and fresh.
Bread and cakes in any quan
tity desired. Refreshments of
all kinds in ths saloon.
Yank McCarthy invites the
people attending Court to call at
his Restaurant and enjoy the
good things he keeps for the pub
lic accommodation. His lunch
table is supplied with the most
desirable articles of food and his
side-board is furnished with the
most complete assortment of the
very best Liquors in the city.
Yank's place is orderly and qui
etly conducted. He makes a
specialty of fine liquors and ci
gars, and guarantees satisfaction
to all his patrons. "Call and see
To amend sections 2328, 2329, 2330
and 2333. of subdi vision III., chap
ter 4, division 7, title 12 of revis
ed statutes of Ohio.
Section 1. Be it exacted by
thf General Assembly of the
State of Ohio, That sections
twenty-three hundred and twenty-eight,
twenty-three hundred and
twenty-nine, twenty-three hundred
and thirty and twenty-three bun
dred and thirty-three of subdivis
ion III., chapter 4, division 7," title
12 of the revised statutes of Ohio
be amended so as to rend as fol
Section 2328. The council shall
provide by ordinance fur the con
struction and repair of all neces
sary sidewalks within the limits of
the corporation, and may require,
by the imposition of suitable penal
ties or otherwise, the owners and
occupants of abutting lots and lands
to keep the sidewalks in repair,
free from snow or any nuisance.
Section 2326. When the coun
cil, board ot'impveraents or board
of public works (city commission
ers), as the case may be, declares
by resolution that specified side
walks shall be constructed or re
paired, the mayor or board of pub
He works (city commissioners),
where there is such a board, upon
being advised thereof, snail cause
written notice to bo given to the
owner, or agent of the owner of the
property abutting upon such side
walks who may be residents oi the
city or village, at the time of the
passage of such resolution, and such
resolution shall be published for
two consecutive weeks in some news
paper published and of general cir
culation in the corporation ; such
publicition shall be full notice to
all owners who cannot be served,
and to all non-resident owners.
Section 2330. If such sidewalks
are not constructed within thirty
days, or are not repaired within
ten days from the service of the
notice or completion of the publi
cation, the council or board may
have the sime done at the expense
of the owner ; and such expense
shall constitute a hen upon the prop
erty bounding or abutting thereon,
and shall be collected in the same
manner, with a penalty of 20 per
cent, and interest, after failure to
pay at the lime fixed for the pay
ment of the assessment as in ot.icr
cases ot improvement.
Section 2333. Nothing in this
chapter shall be so construed as to
tax property for the purpose of con
structing anj- sidewalk, the owners
of which have constructed and
maintained sidewalks in front of
such property, as ordered by the
council or board.
Sec. 2. That said original sec
tions 2328, 2329, 2330 and 2333 be
and the same are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This act shall be in fore
and take effect from and after its
A. D. MARSH,
Speaker of the House of Represen
tatives. JOHN G. WARWICK,
President of the Senate.
On glast fllonday morning Mr.
Louis Kleinschmidt of Braggtown,
rejoiced in a new boy, the 11th of
his children, making the Stone-cutter's
dozen, Louie has our congratulations.
Logan, O., May 15, 18S4,
At a meeting of ex-soldiers of
Co.D., 17th O. V. I., held this
day, the President of the! Associ
ation announced the death of-'our
late beloved connade,.JHcUQlas
J. Fox; whereupon it.was re
solved that we pay -"ourlas&re-spects
to our deceased "comrade,
by attending in a body at his 'fu
neral. On motion a committee was
appointed to prepare a memorial
and resolutions of respect of our
Whekeas, It has pleased the
the Great Commander of the
Universe to remove by death our
comrade, .Nicholas J. -Fox, there
fore, Resolved, That in the death of
Comrade Fox a vacancy has been
made in our ranks which car.
never be filled, and while we bow
with humble submission to the
commands of Him "whodoeth
all things well," we deeply and
sincerely mourn the loss of our
Resolved, That we shall ever
cherish the memory of our late
comrade as a gallant soldier, a
brave defender of our ihr7 an
honest, upright citizen, a kind
and indulgent father and Chris
tian gentleman. '
Resolved, That we hereby ten
der to his bereaved orphan chil
dren our heartfelt svmpathy arid
condolence in this the time of
their great affliction, and pledge
to them our undying friendship.
Resolved, That in token of our
respect to his memory, we will
wear a badge of mourning for a
period of thirty days.
Resolved. That a copy of the
foregoing uiomorial and resolu
tions be furnished the family of
the deceased, and also a copy be
furnished each of our county pa
pers for publication.
resolutions of condolence.
At a meeting of St. Joseph
Catholic Benevolent Society,
held on Sunday Ihe 18th inst. the
following preamble and Resolu
tions were adopted: r gjj,
whereas, it has pleased'? AI
mighty God to remove from 'our
midst, by the unsparing hand of
death, on the 13th day of .May,
our friend and brother, Nicholas
.box, who whilst a member of
ihe Society, till the day when he
was stricken, which has cut short
his life, has been an earnest and
useful member; has been, tc
garded by us as a man whose
conduct was worthy of imitation.
Tnerefore be it.
Resolved, that while having
w th true christian subniis.-ion
bowed to the uuscruiable wisdom
f Him who doeth all things well,
we, the member-s of this, Society,
feel that in the demise of our
brother, our Society has lost an
honest member and his family a
dutiful and exemplary father.
Resolved, that we tender to
his family in this hour of be
reavement, our most earnest and
heart felt sympathy and pray
that Divine Assistance may com
fort and console them.
Resolved, that we tender a
copy of these resolutions to his
family, and that they be entered
on the books of the Society, and
that a copy be published in the
Catholic Columbian, (Columbus,
U.,J ancun the Mocking Sentinel
i nis ciiy.
John Ucker )
John DonovanV Committee
F J Downey )
Coiuuiitlce en Decwratlou.
Nichol s J. Fox was born in
Porish Eppel, Prussia, Oct. 20th,
183S. He removed to America
with his parents in 1847, locating
in Marion townshfp, Hocking. coT,
Ohio. - jc
When the war brqka,oufc he
volunteered for the three-nVohf hs
service in Capt. Barker's Co. D,
17th O. V. I., but was rejected.
When the three years men were
enlisted he again volunteered in
Co D, 17th O V I, and re-enlist
ed as a veteran on the 28th day
of December, 1863; was appoint
ed Corporal or the 2d day of Jan.
1SG3, promoted to Sargeant Oct.
1st of the same year, in which
capacity he served until the close
of the war. He was never sick
or excused from duty during his
entire service, taking part in all
the battles and skirmishes in
which the 17th was engaged, pro
minent among which were the
Wild Cat. Ky., Out.21, 1861; Mill Springs,
Ky.,Jan. 19, 186::; Coriut.li, Miss., ilny 17,
18G2; Perrysvllle, Ky.. Oct. 8, 1862; Stone
River, Tenn., Dec. 30, lSGJ.und Jan. 3, 1KB'
Hoover's Gap. Ten u., Juue 26, 186.!; Tulla
liom.i, June, 1863; Cliicainauga, Sept. 10,
and 20,1863; Brown's Ferry, Teiin., Nov. 1.
1803; Missionary Ridge. Teiin., Nov. '23, '03;
Resacca, G.i., Jlny 1-1, '61; Keuesaw Moun
tains, June 18-21, '(it; Peach Tree Creek. U-u
July 19, '(U; Atlanta, July 22 & Aug. 7, NH;
.loneshoro. On., Sept. 1, 'Gl ; Waynefboro.
Sov.31, '01; Uliick Uiver, Dei-. G, 0t; Sav.ui
lMfll, Dec.-'., '61; FayctUsvillc. Murch 10, '65:
Bcntenville, M:ircli 20, '6-5 : (joldsho-o.
Mareu22, '65: Sinillirtcld, April tl, '65; Ka
leigli, Aprfl 13, 'Co; from wlieiice lie iiuireli
ed with Keyimeut via Ricliraond to Wash
ington, part iei put hi.- in tin Grand Review
of the Army, and thence to Louisville. Ky.
where he was discharged with his It -fji-meiiton
the Kith duyoi July, I8C5; when he
returned to his home at .Logan, where he
died May 13, 1881.
His funeral took place from
St. Joseph's Catholic Church, on
the loth inst., under ihe auspices
of the St. Joseph's Benevolent
Associatio.., which kindly assign
ed the members of hi6 company
a place of honor, his soldier com
rades, at iiis request before ex
pressed, acting as pall -bearers.
Lloyd Myeks, )
Moses Straws.- Com.
J. B. Sxedem, )
mm r cw --
A telescope with sufficient power
to expose the sun spo's, thecharac
teristiu features of the planets, and
the moon has been located on the
park between Sentinel and Court
Our Iligh School class in As
tronomy should avail themselves of
the opportunity offered to view the
celestial wonders through this pow
erful magnifying instrument.
' m m m
Mr. Michael Adcock, of Sulli
van, Indiana, is visiting Mr. H. S.
Adcock this week.
Hall J. K. Roohetteu Post ")
No. 140, G. A. R.
The following Committee of
Ladies. were appointed on Decor
ation of Soldiers' Graves :
1st Ward Mrs. Geo Heft, G G
Gage, Dr Cable, A Wilson.
2d Ward Mrs. Dr Mansfield.
R O Kittsmiller, J B Stedemi
G W Beery, Stephe Hudson,
Miss Mary Price.
3d Ward Mrs. J W Strentz, J
E F Vanhorn, Dr Finney, Miss
4th Wurd Mrs Phil Thompson
Joe Hafler, E L Davenport, E L
The above named Ladies will
please meet at the Recorder's of
fice, Friday evening May 23d, at
7 o'clock, to make arrangements
for the decorations.
Committee o n Programme
Lloyd Mvers, J W Si rente, Alex
We extend a cordial invitation
to all ex soldiers and sailors, sons
of veterans, societies, Sabbath
schools and l he public gc-ner.iiiy.
J oi: Haplku, 1
Mr. George Fox insists on keep
g up his reputation as the pop
ular Butcher of Lniun. His
meats are not only good in qual
ity, but are handled carefully
and kept clean. His customers
can get any kind desired and in
any quantity. He invites those
who have not patronized him to
give him a call.
Our Young Meu, should send for
lie z4tn Annual (Jatalosrue of the
Miami Commercial College Dayton
Ohio. may 15 2w
The Democracy of the 13th Conjircsslonal
DUtrlct, composed ot the counties of Fair
field, Frnnklin. Hot-kin g and Pickaway.
Will meet in Columbus. Tuesday, July 2,
1881. at lH o'clock. A.M.. for the suronse
of nominating a candidate for Congress to
represent said District.
The basis of representation shall be as
follows: K.nch township and ward shall
be entitled to one delegate for each one
hundred votes, nntl one delegate for each
fraction of illty votes and overcast for
Governor Hoatlly In IS1. The several
counties comprising the District will b
entitled to the tollowing number of dele
gates: VOTFS. D LEGATES.
Fairfield, 47 47
Franklin, 11031 no
Hdokinu, 21.IS 25
Pickaway, 3oS0 S7
By order of the District Committee.
V. N. ENGLAND.
A. It. VAN CL.EAF.
May 22, 1881 td
J. S, BBILHARZ'S
Kotice to Heirs.
The State of Ohio, Hocking County, SS.
In Probate Court.
In the matter of tha last Will and Testa
inentof Gion;c W.O'Neil, deceased.
Rosannah 0''eil, Thomas O'Nell, Alvin
O'Noil: Tou are hereby notified that on
the loth day of May, 1881. an instrument of
writing, purporting to be the last Will and
Testament of George W. Olfell, late or
St-irr township in said county, deceased,
was produced in open Court, and an appli
cation to admit the same to Probate, was
on the same day made in said Court. Said
application will be for hearing before this
Court on tin; 10th day or June, 1S8I. at 10
o'clocK. A.M. "W. T. ACKER ,
May 22 lw Probate Judge.
Estate of Morrison H. Ambrose.
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Morri.son H. Ambrose, late of Hocking Co,
deceased. A. H. BROOKE.
May 22, 1S31-3W
Slate of Ohio, Insurance Department,
Columbus, April 2:!d, 18S4.
1 hereby certify that the Michigan Mu
tual Life lusuranc; Company, located at
Detroit, in thesitate of Michigan, has com
plied in all respects with the laws of this
State, relating to such Insurance Compa
nies, and is authorized to transact its ap
propriate business ofLife Insurance in this
State, in accordance with law, until the
Istday of April, 18S5. The condition ana
business ot said Company, on the 31st day
of December, IBS!, is snown iy tne state
ment under 0,1th, required by Section 2S1,
Revised Statutes of Ohio as follows:
Aggregate amount of available
Aggregate arho'nt of liabilities
(except capital), including
re-insurance and special ac
General surpluson policy hold
ers account 201.7G5.87
Capital Stock 250,00.00
A m't of Income for th e year 386.179.15
Ain't or Expenditures do 265,797 9G
(f ' ,. In witness whereof, I have here
j seai. ! unto subscrihed my name ami
' , ' ' caused the seal of my Office to bo
atlixed.the day and vear above written.
CHAS. H. MOORE,
'- Superintendent ot Insurance. !
T. P. Johnston, Agent, Logan, O.
May 22, 1831 lw
Notice is hereby given that the following
accounts and vouchers have ben filed in
thn Probate Court of Hocking County. O..
George Amerlne, Administrator 01 tne
estate of Thomas R. lUmis.
and the same will comijon for hearing on
the 2ti day til Mn.v.lrtUat !0 o'clock, a.m.,
oras soon th realtor as may be convenient.
W. T. ACKi:it, Probate Judge.
May 1 3w
The qunllfled voters of the Democratic
party of Hocking County, Ohio, are hereby
notified to assemble at tholr respective
places of holding elections, except in the
townships of Green, Perry and Star, which
for the purpose of this election are divided
into precincts as hereinafter stated, on
Saturday, May 31
1881, and then and there vote by ballot roi
nc minees for tl:e following officers, to bi
elected on the 2d Tuesday ol October, A. D
1881, to wit:
Clerk of Court;
1 Counly Commissioner,
Count' Survevor, j
1 Infirmary Director.
and to elect one Central Comniltteemnn j
each township and le 'ally established :u "
cinct whicti polled less thau20J Democratic i
votes at the election of 188:;, and two Cen- i
trcl Committeemen in estch township, ward
or legally established precinct which poll
ed at said election 20-J or more Democratic
The polls shall be open at each township
and precinct at 6 o'clock, A. 31., and close
at (1 o'clock, P. M.
The following rules have been adopted by
the CentralCouimittee, for couduetiugsaiil
Primary Election to wit :
1st That said primary election shall be
conducted under the provisions of the Re
vised Statutes or Ohio, 1SS0, sections 2!1B.
2918, 2919, 29.10,29.21, ani the amendatory act
2d That said primary election shall he
held o Saturday, May 31st, 1881, in each ol
the several townships anil prweincts within
said county, at the usual places ol holding
elections, except in the townships of
Green, Perry ahd Starr, which for the pur
pose of this election are divided as follows:
Green Township 1st precinct, all that
part of the township lying south of the
Hocking river, with voting place at the
John A. Shaw school house.
2d precinct All that part of the township
lying east and north ot the Honking river,
except what is heieiuhfter designated for
the 3d precinct, with voting place at the
3d precinct To consist of sections 1. 2, 3,
1, 5, 6, 7,8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 11, with voting
place at Greenland school house.
Perry township South Perry precinct
consisting of all the township except here
aftc mentioned as constituting the Lau
relville precinct.with vuting place at South
Laurelville precinct To consist of the
following sections of said Perry township:
Sections Xos. 19.20, '29. ;K,, 31.32, and 33, wiUi
voting place at Laurelville.
Starr township 1st precinct, consisting
of all that part of said township of Starr
not hereinafter included in and described
as 2d precinct of said township. Voting
place at Township House.
2d precinct consisting of sections 22,23,
21, 28, 29, 39, 31, 35 and 3G of said Starr town
thip, will vote at Union Furnace.
And that the ocrsons hereinafter nam pi'
be, and they are hereby appointed Supe.
viaora of said Primary Election in their n
spectlve townships, wards and preciuct
Benton B. H. Allen.
Falls, outside the corporate limits o
Logan Jonathan Shaw.
ist ward of Logan Villag Wm Wane:
2d do do do Daniel Acker
3d do do do John McBride.
4th do do do LSBort.
Gore precinct A J Burgess.
Good Hope Abraham Miller.
Green, 1st precinct Ellas Clark.
2d do Eli Chute.
3d do John A Shaw.
Laurel Amos Kline.
Marion John Bebout.
Perry, Laurelville r-J B Itlason. "
do Perry do Geo Johnston.
Salt Creek -John Dc Haven.
Starr, 1st precinct J C Anthony.
2d do A J DnfTey.
Washington U Kulklosch.
Ward, 1st precinct G W Donaldson,
do 2d do J H Bodamer.
3d Tnat none but Democrat be permit
ted to vote at said primary election.
4th Every person shall vote in the town
ship or precinct of his residenc ,as the pre
cincts are herein established, and shall not
underaiiy circumstances be allowed to vote
at any other.
oth The special attention of the Super
visors, Judges and Cleiks ot election is
called to Primary Election Laws relerred
to and published hereinafter.
6th The Supervisors named above, or in
thei' absence, the persons chosen to net by
the duly qualified electors, having been
first sworn by a prrson tiualilie'd to admin
ister oaths, that he Is a legal elector ot his
township, ward or precluct, and that he t
will laitutully conduct the election in ac-
con.nncu wjtn tne piovisions of law ami
the orders or the Central Committee, shall
call the qualified electors present to choose
two Judges and two Clerks, to whom he
shall administerthc same oath,anl ihy
shall then proceed to leceive the votes of
HAVING PURCHASED THE STOCK OF
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announea to the people that I will continue in business at the old stand
yon will find ths largest and finest stock of
Whips from 10c lo S3; iinbes from SI ,50 to $10; Blankets from 75c to $3;
Sadd'es frmn $1,50 to 2d; Muggy harness from $8 to 50,00; Draft from
$10,1 0 to 30,00; Collars from 90e" to S3, and special attention paid to
I employ none but skilled workmen and use nothing hut thcltt of stock.
and call and examine my goods before buying elsewhere. Don't forget the ptaaa
Keller Block, Logan, Ohio. All goods warraniep. nouY29
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the electors qualified under the i
the provisions of the Primary
Laws, administer oaths and decide chal
lenges, and the Clerks shall write opposi.e
the name of the person sworn the word
"sworn," on the poll-books, which shall be
kept by tile Judges and Clerks.
7th The Judges and Clerks shall imme
diately afler the polls are closed, proceed lo
count the ballots thereat, and snail write
tally sheets ot the sami'.and when all the
ballots are count-d, as provided by the
statute, they shall sign and seal up one ol
the poll-books and tally sheets so kept and
endorse the name on the envelope, "Poll
Book and Tally Sheets of Democratic Pri
mary Elec Iou held m Precinct
Township," and address the same "To the
Chairmai. of the Democratic Central Com
mittee of Hocking Coui:ty, Logan, Ohio."
The poll-bookii and tally-sheets to be Ir.r
nlshed by the Cnainnau of the Central
Committee and delivered to the Supervis
ors of their respective townships, wards
ami precincts, m time for said election.
with atopy oi the Primary E ection Laws)
ami iac. ituics anu uruers or tne central
Committee goveruingKaid el--cliou.
8th The present member of the Central
Committee of the township, want or pre
ctuctjtir a Judge of theelcctlo. , shall take
charge of the poll-book and tally-sheet so
se.ded up, and deliver same to the Chair
man of theCenttal Committee, on tlu 2nd
day of June, 1881, on or before 12 o'clock,
noon of said day. I
9th. The names of all the
candidates shall be printed on all tickets
to be voted at said election, nndasullicient
number of tickets t he printed at the
Sentinel office and ready by the day
10th. All candidates must be annouuerd
in tht Sentiuel not later than on the 22d
tiny of May. ISM.
11th. The Central Commit too win meet
nt the Court Hou-e in Logan, on Monday,
J-me 2d, 188-1, at 1 o'clock, P. M., to open
the poll-books and tally-sheets, count the
votes returned and declare Uie result.
12th. After the result is declaretl by the
Committee and uuly ratified, the Democ
racy present will organize and hold a mass
meeting, and appointa committee consist
ing o: one Democrat trom each ward and
precinct in the county, who shall reio tto
said m.ss convention lor acceptance and
approval the names of deli-gates to the
State, Congressional and Circuit Court
Conventions; provided, however, that it
either or all ot said Conventions he held
prior to said 2d day of June, IbSl, that then
in that event the Central Committee is em
powered to meet on the call of the Chair
man thereof, and select delegates to either
or ail of said Conventions, as the emer-
g aney may arise, and delegates to such
on ve.itlons as are held subsequent to said
2d day of June, 1H.SI, sliajl be selected by
the committee to be appointed by the
Convention as aforesaid.
By order of the Democratic Central Com
mittee. JACOB WEAVJSH.CU'W.
W3J. I Pbick, Secretary. !
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Slips BEs 32 is s I-i I ; J J
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p 0 wry ! ?s is e : 1-f
I am purchasing daily ail kinds of
That will fully meet the demands of the Trade. Farmers and Build
ers should take advantage of the low prices, such as
Plows, Sash, JLoeiks, Drills,
Ctlass9 Raises, Forts, Moes,
Mioges, Paints, $tep-Iil-ders,
White Iead, Axes
Putty, Pocket anil Ta
ble Cutlery, &c, s&c.
Remember that I sell the Genuine.
MALTY Double Shovel Piov;,
The Best in the World. I have just purchased
Sheep Shears, towhich I call the attention of
Shesrers. Remember that I sell the
laree stock of
MOWERS k REA.PEBS,
The simplest and most durable Machine made. Also the Milboum
Wagon, which is giving the best- of" satisfaction. I also handle u
kinds of Clothes Wringers, Grindstones, Farm Hells, &c. Call and
get mv prices before purchasing elsewhere.
March 27, 1884
W ilC JS
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PATEHTSD AUGUST. JMJ. BT B. L. KEITH. BSAZ1L SSDUSA:
Spring Street, Iogan, 3Mio
LEZIER & STOKES,
Wholesale Dealers, Cleveland, O.
Ag't. Logan, 0.
May 22, 18S4-Cm.
&We are prepared to build all kinds of Carriages. Buggies, and Spring A -ons,
at the verv lowest prices. All kinds of Rituiring du.ie. Wood WorK of all
kinds nentlv executed. A lare and complete lot of Finished Work constantly on
Carriage, Buggy and Sign Painting,
At the lowest, prices, and guarai.tee the best job in the city. We warrant ail our
Blacksmithing as Srsl-clas. Also horse-shoeing and everything pertaining to our
branch of business. Gall and give us a trial before goinj; elsewhere.
April Si, 1881-ly FJKE, SMITH & v.0.
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