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Brick layers are rushing up
the walls of the Collins block.
f Mrs. Emma SBfqwn
ing friends at Adelphi.
Senior Welch, of Athens, was
in the city on Friday last 'on pro
W "Willie ftn-Ttd ik "sDendimr rjor-
tion of the vacation with Prof.
Latlimel, at his larm home near
Dr. ,Q. C. Farquhar will jae at
- the Rempel House, in Logan, on
. .Thursday and Friday, July 3rd
and -alii, until nomj.
"4 Call at the Foundry .or Ray
niond Belt and see his' Machines
which he is (offering at Jew than
Chas. U. Strawn, an insane
person, from Hocking county,
-srbacaped from the Athens Asjr-
lutn onFndav eYeriing last
i i ' m m mi'' :
1 Mr. George Gage', the Court
4ouse janitor. Has every tuing
in first class style aBont the
building, a place for eerlhing,
and very).h4ng in itlac'e.
SIMM Ql '
JCr." J. .C.Aukrom, pjorie.tor ;
o!tle' McArthnr Kursenes, was
in tlie city ' last week, and "made
'quite a 'number of sales of trees'
and pla.nts to nr citizens.
Mis. T. F.UcCatthy and Mrs
JFrauk Wheeler ape visiting,
ricnds.nnd relatives in the West,
in tne meantime "Franlc goes" to;
Uanaflato sen coi arm .jloiu ui
to help nominate Jim Newman.
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N s Rev. J. Mills'Kenarick, J). D-v
At UAri'afto irill nrpnitli" in the
JlpVopaljChapel ' next jSunday,
'juneWth, at 10 o'clock",' A. M.'
Vid 3j (TcloqkrP. Mi Commu-j
nion in the 7norning. AH are,
J -. w ,
Mr. John Keller favored us with'
aa bucket of peas, ran d honi seea:
- . . . u .n
sent by Hon..ieo. ,L. converse
from the Government Gardeu ak
.Washington, D. O. They" were'
.the best we'liave hadtliis season
and -Mr. Kel'er has our thanks for;
JAr. W. iransenrtPnjfessor of
Jtfatheinatics in (he'lllinois.'Col '
Qege, on his way to Europe,. last
'weeki stopped "over a day" in Lo-'
gan to -ee his" brother, John'H'dn
' sen. Mr. H. is oiie of the ij'rpm
rineul Educators of .Illinois,. and
.is connected with one of the, best
"Uni'veKi'ties Jt the'eountry. '
Mrs. John' Fox, Sr., died in
- -New,Lekin"stoh"6"r tast Wednes-
day. ,Her, remains were brought
'to Logan" on .Friday and interred1
.in the-Catholic ."Cemetery, north
'of Logan, "with Her" kiudred gone
Jtfr. Johir'Kistler ' of Marion
was in "town on Saturday and re
yor'fe' 'tlie werk Oir the" -new;
churcli"in liis neighborliood pro1
"g'fessTug'favorably. Mr. Kistler
desires", to thank the people of
,Lo2:an who 'subscribed Tor the
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Mr. Hendersbr., late of ,Nel-j
jsonyille, will remove i to Logan
"and" occupy' the" jjleber' property
on Mulberry street. ir. Hen-.
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.derson.is a first class manaua
! he and 'his. family will be hearti-,
-Iv welcomed' to the business and
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social circles of Logan. i
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c OuFSlarr7townhlp cowespon-
ident sends us a lejgthy account
" of a surprise party "which took
place at the residence of Mr.
',Freernan iFry, in .honor of the
. 22d birthday "of . his son George".
"Our correspondent omits tlie
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date of the occasion, and says. if.
was one of the most' enobl
social events that ever Occurred
in Starr township.
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V"Mr. Ned Work of our town,
gradufed last week at the Woos-
ter College with the highest hpn-
' or of ."his "" class. ' .The", Wooster
Democrat in detailing the. Com-
mencemerit exercises ppblishes
. his Valedictory, which is an able
. production, and pays our' young
'townsman a haridsonie compli
ment for his proficiencv.
-. Bowen of -the late McArthnr
-Enquirer and . Entler, the suc
' ceeding publishor' of "the com-
bined naners have a suit about
, the "right to the files of the En
quirer. .The question is: ."Does a I
"newspj per property when a
sale is made, include as a part of
:the newspaper property, the files
of the office. .The" casebrings up
.nf original propasition for .the
'Courts,' and its determination'
will be of interest to all newspa-
There were twenty, .three ap
, plicapts before the County
', Board of. Examiners last Satur
day. C. W. Chidester obtained
a. certificate for two years; May
', Clark", Emma Gold, John Harsh,
,A. ,.T. Hutchison, Enima Xeh -
' man, G. V. JSfcBroofn, "Aliiia Jlc
' Cafthy, E. O. Petfit, W. 0 Scott
and Wm..Strawn each ob'ttjhed
a certificate for one year. -.The
:; i:ii!.. 'ii'l- :. !. . .'
board adjourned to. meet the hrst
JSaluray in September, 1S84. "
4th el July Celebraf Iob.
The young folks of Logan pro
pose celebrating the 4th of July
on Morris' Hilf," east of Logan.
The' spot chosen is a pleasant
and delightful one, and the en
tertainment promised, will make
this pic-nic celebration the pop
ular one 'of the day." For par
ticulars see bills.
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Persons wanting ice can have
it in any number of pounds de
livered at their house at ' 35 cts.
per hundred. Leave orders with
Harlow White," or the teamster.
The Hefjt boys are the great
plas.tJ3.rers and white-washers of
our towD, apd do their work well.
Last week' we "gave" them a con
tract, to whi tewasK the inside of
our office, and all hand vacated
the premises and took an out
side seat until the job would be
completed. After a few hours
waiting, the force heard some
loud ye)s in the composing Toom,
and hastened' up. stairs to learn,
the cauEe. " On entering thej' Sis
covered everything whitewashed,
stove, ceiling and walls, present
ing a snowy appearance. The
piercing shrieks came from our
"devil.? '.(jharley Heft had him
in corner, had given him the
"first" coat IV and." was about' to
applv tlie second, when 'the'inm
squealed. Unariey was taKen on
arid after a little while peace'and
order was restored.
The first installment of the
liquor tax under the .Sco.tt law,;
was due June 20(h. But our sa-,
loon keepers seem determined
. nr . .,'.' ".V
not ,w ay a tax uiai mree-(
fourths of tne' people o'elieve to
be demanded by an unconstitu-.
tio'nal law!" TftlVe saloon keep-'
ers of Logan '.Have the grit to
stand out, as will be done in oth
er cities, Hie State will be forcedi
to make up a case which will he
carried to the Supreme Court,
and' the .law declared unconstitu
Blaise and Logan Clnjb.
A few'KepubHcalisaieL in uie-
Opera Bouse on last Friday eve
ningt6' complete an organization1
of the 15Jame ana-iogan ujuu-
On motion of .Bob Jv.it tsmjller,.
all D'eniocrjits were excluded
from the meeting. "
From this we "infer the Blaine
and Logan campaign is. lo.be oue
purcryKepub!ican and no Dem
ocrat need apply for admission
to meetings to 'hear ;iu "intelligent
discussion of public questions.
Democrats "will not" be" permit
ted to vote for .EJepub'lican'can 4
Tliis' motion was not
but the spirit ol the meeting
The thermometer climbs the
ladder towards the sun' early this
season. For several "days pasi jt
was up. in the nineties;' and "poor
humanity as well as Ihu animal
kingdom suffered greatly,"bnt tho
corn "fields looked "iip avtd laugh
ed aiid s'eerae.d to say, "glorious
we'aiher.':"'Tlie' wheat fields art?
turning into goltien beauty. The
timothy tops aire ripening into
purple feather. The' trailing mel
on and sweet potato vines are
'spreading themselves, and mid.
summer .juiuneb aiu
r m.viJ. '.-
During the thunder etoim on
last Fnd. y evening, the lightening
struck the' barn' of Mr. bulveri
but did not do much' .damage ;
A young girl named .McCoy,
living "with Mr.Jjjhanhon, was 'fix:
inir'th'e water' spout, whn a" spark
struckher una tearing the dress and
burning her' flesh'."-"-
Bialne aiid Iogran.
The desire of all classes of in1
telligent 'people, embracing all
shade's of political opinions, 'to
become familiar with' 'the livesof
Presidential nominees, added to
a laudable curiosity to know'how
great men live in private life, and
what" deeds have made' thein
great,"have brought into the field
numerous campaign hiblories of 1
the present nominees for Tresis
'dent aiid Vice 'Fresident. . Many
of these so-called "histories have
been rushed hurriedly from the
press, and possess but little merit;
but it seems that Mr. J Wl BVel,
the well known and popular 'au
thor" has "taken" plenty of time
an'd had abundant "opportunities,
through his personal acquaint
ance" with bqih Mr. Blaine "and
Gen. Logan, to prepare a book
possessing merits of value and
interest. The .work is fiiieTy'"il.
lust rated on steel and wood' and
handsomely published by the
Historical .Publishing" .Co.", of St.
Louis'. . It will be sold exclusive
ly by subscription, and persons
desiring, further particulars car,
address .the publishers. See aa
vertisement elsewhere t m this
. The , Democrats of . Pickaway
county", in mass convention pass
ed resolutions instructing the
defegaies' to the. Circuit .Court
Convention to support "Judge j
JudgeC6urtwrigIit is an able
Judget a good .Democrat, a. .first
class" man', and 'the hearty en-
dorsemen't of his own county"
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win nave its lntiuence upon the
A Flshermaa In Luck.
Immeuistely after the late dis
astrous flood, and even before the
waters had fairly subsided, might
have been seen'- Billy Acker", of
the" sentinel office, Rafter it."
Be believed it' jyas in the riyerj
and assured hisbrbtlier chips' 'in
the office tlia't "hewojiia. get it
would strike ile,'' so tospeaf'.
Hence, at'eayly dawri and d'ewev
eve, along the "banks of Scotch
Creelcl'our William sat alone,
awaiting "its coming. Fatience
is'a leading virtiieofa fishetman
and "Billy' Acker possesses it" to a
wonderful degree. "ere $ not
so, the prize would never "have
One'daj' last week, as the burn
ing sun" was sinking in .the west,
his heart was' made' glad. He
caught it ! Shades'ot Isaac Wal
ton, Bill Gould' 'and Tom Kelley !
It' was not a bass not a perch
noryca1fl8lj,"'"Jfat a two pou'iici
BiJly "hastened home and ex-
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hibited the animal to uie Doys in
the office. It was not! enough to
divide." The "devil" wa'Hted a
hind quarter; the Parson would
not be satisfied short of head, tail
and hoyf ; so it went, until Billy,
disgusted, sent the carcass by ex
press to Barleon, of the VinUm
Record', ' wife'tlid' following in
"Hang :the dog-fish on south
side; between ' Sherman'' and
"Foster" f6r two days then cork
and' pound' until melloty j? then
remove 'the ,:cork ; then" "satisfy
your 'appetite "for 'fish' and',fteh
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' The .fishing season being over,
we siim'up Billy'sexpen'se:
Extra fi'nS'25 yd s'eagrass
(liver at .butcher
shop lor bait, '" ":
TTear'a'ild't'ear'of shoes &
cldfhingy ' "'
PERSONAL PROPEUTY RETUr.NED BYH
!-' iS T1JE ASSESSORS.
Additions" and subtractions
. made by the Board of Equaliza
" tion are hot yet a matter of re
cord, and may slightly change
some oYthe'amouuls as returned'
t .r - r-rmr-'.-
bv the absesbor.
VV H Manuell
John T IS utter,
T.W Starr," :
do Adm'r Weldon
J W Williams,
E B Green,
A J, Burgess,
V P'heips, ' "
i- ii7i .-..;i it.
Total property j
" " .10
No. of dogs,
BBNTPN TOWlJSHI'e. !
:Si'va Allison, ' ' 725
Geo Amerine, Adm'r, 1000
Geo .Amerine, .51
JJolihda Beery, "620
Reulien Dresback, .551
John HGoddara; ,IC85
'John" Hoy, "" '615
Geo Hutton, ;846
Tobias Kaiklosh, f.912
John North,' 510
NoaH Sbuders, " 878
Isaac SlrawnJ 610
Richard Steele, 610
Samuel Wo'lf 746
Total properly assessed ". 45,262 j
v. ui uuiis, . 4V
.Froijft Salt Xreek.
? 5 " r mZZ it il
Farmers are, haying much ex
pense and 'trouble' to get' a' good
stand of corn.
From' the present outlook there
wiU'iiot'oe a' superabundance of
proms yieiaea 10 me iann inuus
ines, especially in me wool ae
' 'Thus far in, tho season but few-
uuiuiings are unaer process 01
construction and impro'verheiits
jina repairs will oe Jam over
'for a m'dre'convenient'seaso'n. '
s .Mr! M". D." Daviis who 'has long
JDe'e'n in a very precarious coh'di-
a. i " j i 1
lion wun scroiuia, is some oener
We learn that S. S. Featherolf
hasv settled Iddwii "on Plymouth
rocks as a specialty. "
JUj.'.jlohn JKarsKner intends in,
the near future to build a rail
road oh our creen fertile' val lev.
Salt" ,Creek,v to terminate at' the :
coal regions iii Athens county,'
but 'hennas be'eii" talking' of this
adventure so long' that we' 'still
expect" the musjirodms'to Biid
and bloom for years to come.
". Mr. D'. H. L.ippen 'will teach a
short summer term school on east
Pike Run. '
Fruitville expects a new Post
office. ' A general revolution in polit
ico is wanted". The farmer' 'feels
ihe oppression of no protection to
his pursuits weighing him down
to starvation prices.for their" pro
ductions, and if a change 'dbh1t
come "to their relief so"Dn, they
will have to use the old spinning
wheel' and band-loom', and do
their' own manufacturing". Salt
Creek' township goes in f6i a res
toration of the' tariff oh woo'. !
11 A marauding" party ' of two or
three, supposed'' tb reside near
Bloomingville', loaded! up" a Scqrd
or more of tan l)afk"and hauled
it to Circlevirfe,"ah'd at fhe'bapie
time took cor'n'froui the'erib.'
The depredation was committed
on the night of June 2d.
The Qn'een'City of the Hocking
Valley, already V'fg'reat sea "bf
commerceVcbtild' attach a broad
sail to her pdftfy "mast by con-
sirucung a piAe io C1 juugio
to the "Adelphi pike on Salt
Creek. e"ieel prond of 'our
Queen, but can't 16ok upon her
fair bfow'ofteri: ' ' '' 'Ij". H! S.
Items I rem TWnrloii.
Miss' 'Nnnie Price; ' bf East
RiishviUe, was the 'guest of M.iss
Nannie Palmer on last Saturduy
Mr. John D. Ritteers. who .hns 3
been residing" in Fairfield 06. "tor
nearly a year, returned
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We are glad to learn, that tho
term bf school! Mr. Kiitgers taught,
was a grang success.
The: "Martin" school ."taught by
Miss Amanda "Wolty closed on last
' Mrs'.Ed. Wade is seriously ill at
i - l V 1 1
this writing. "The" physicians have
no hopes for her recovery. ;
' Miss Sarah Switzer is visiting horj
sister near North Beriie"'.
Tbe'dirjcto'rs' are' now hireing
teacher's'for their winter's school.
' We understand that "Ord'No'.'e,
taug t'by A'.'M Biowu during' the.
last three years, has 'sent but more.
teachers than any" other district in
the township. ' "'':
The Progressive Brethren are.bu-:
uy enpageu m uumuug uich juuiii,
which 'is situated about 'one Inin
daed' yards southwest of the Mock
erson school house. "
" We'do n-'tt'kno'v at present, viho
but we'ar'e 'rather inclined to' think
that there are niuny, not a vefy
great "distance, who think1 fiieni
8e'lv'ea'ahle:io'r the uiidortaking'.'
"tin"' last" Saturday a "party of
about fitly persons, 'with well 'filled
basketi, -gathered at th'e'resiUeiics
of Dr. D Hufford.
The Dr. returnel his sincere thanks
for the honor, whith they Conferred
upon him. ' :' 'U ",13ib's.'"
Emma, daughter 'of James and
Sarah Ann "Prahcisco. "was niirn
Oct. 31, 1859;" died, Juno" '18,'
1884, at her parents residence nehr
After a sickness of several months,
she peacefully" passed away "to1 Ui'at
swet haven1 of jest j' 'iich awaits
the"' finariy faittiful. v Siie'bbre ' tier
aHiction- with chriBtam patience
iind fortitude ; always "feeling'per,
fectly resigned to" the'will f the
Cmd." '' f ' ;'! '"!"'!
The funeral services were held at
Centenary Cburcii, a(tefwiich her
remains were conignea to the
Kravb,"'to kwait the " final res'urrec
tion. In her last hour, she gave lo friends
A sweet and kind good-bye,
With a glortons hope to meet them all
'In the land beyond'the sky.
She" asked her fathrr, "mother, bihters,
" -brothers ' -" '
To meet her on that shore.
Where sickness, 'sorrow, pain, and death
Are felt and feared no more. " " '
Excursion to aqd.'from a.11 sta
tions ofi1 the c:1 H: . . &'T, IVy
Excursion tickets' will be sold for
all 'trains dn' July' 3dand4th-,
goqa , to reiurn until oaiuiuay
5th, 1884, inclusive, at one 'fare
'for rouiid'fnp ' rmpfoVe'".'
pof tiinity ' (6 yislf '."the ' Capital
City 'where 'tlie'ro will ' be many
I attract ions, such as, ho'rse racing,
nre worKS, btreeo puraues. anu a
game of Base,'batK both .'in the
morning and afternoon of the 4th
between the Columbus' and Bal-
' timbre" Clubs". The same class of
attractious'at, Toledo on the'4lii;
the base bairg"a"nie will be be
tween Jhe Toledo and Brbokliu
clubs."" -"v '" "",- "
Excursion Rates lo .Rational
"' " fitofarfhSk?-' r - w
On recount of the Democratic
National 'Convention. wliiSh 'meets
at Chicajib;" July fith, the Pitts
burgh' Cincinnati & St. s Louis
Railway' arid 'Chicago St. Louis &
'Pitts"b"urgh Bailroad' will sell Excur
siotftickets to' Chicago 'and "return
afratooP one fare for 'round trip,
froni all ticket "Stations on 'their
lihes. "Tickets will be sold from' July
3d' to,' 7th and wilt ho- good' for 're-:
'turn passage" ' until July 18thl "In
clusive": "-- " 1! ,,;- "
Arrangements, have, been made
for additldhhl 'Coaches 'Mfd. Sleep
ing Cars shfficieht to" meet the "rush
and " pacseh(iers will he "carried
'through 'quickly and safely by the
popular Pan-Handle Route.- '
, The time 'for'registering
pires oh ' (the'. first' "day of. Jiily..
j ne xvecoraer, nas me DianKs.
Call at once and register.
The Creat Revolution in the
Lo: ait Clothing; Trade
Will offer, for the next GO I)ays the greatest Bargains in JeadiMade
... r j .,- ritC CM'hitigever offered in Logan'. ' " "7
.- t Siiit-.. .mjm " . -
Don't buv anv Clothins: before
injr'in LoA'an .'"-We have the best.
CHilrlrenssuIts.''"Fr6m 4 to'10 years $2.J5, 'rBbys suit's, Youth's suits, Mens' suits, the same low gri
ppe. 'Rhi I sirftVl spA' lis and be satisfied. -,:- '"'' " '
WirenJbTiii "Eogan" was raising
that regiment of soldiers for the
Confederate army, did' he 'i'm.ij
ine he would ever be theRepujb-
'i"i- jl- J:..? r xr;o PfAe'l.
lli'an cuuummo iui 1 u-
1 1. .'
A new trouble" is" 'staring Mr.
.Bla.ineh tlie'Tace.' The'bfficers
df tlie navy are; almost to a man,
opposed to Blaine. " Th'e officers
of the navy are understood lobe
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Marbikd "At" fire "Probate Qf-
fice, June 25, 1884, by Win. it.
Davey, J. P., Mr. William 'Shlh-
glerand Miss Lucy Proctor. "r"
I hsve aCo'mbinell Reaper and
Mower, and a Meadow Lark Spe
cial Mower which I willsell
cheapefthan can be purchased
at the Mann-factory .These Ma
chines'are the'Ve'-, ar:d the price
s:o low 'that nnv'rmrmer o-'ftt buy.
- ' RAYMOND BKLT'.
Phil SlishcrV Steam Cracker
Machine is now in running order
and daily barrels of a superior
article of .Butter ';Cr"ajker3' are
turned "out' from his" "establish
nienti It is aii en terpr'isV credi
table W.Mr. Slisher. and we hope
he may'rearize' liauUsomely -on
.:ii t.lm Jv '"
Comlv & Hisignwhave for sale
Lawn1 Mowers; a very usefnl and
desftaiile "article for 'pedpleVlio
h'aVe'la!wh!sr't'iThey VrB sold at
prices withiug the reach of all.
Bida will L received until Sat
urday ' evening, Jnno ''28th,' ""for
lemonade, icecreafn a'nfl"11 dn'nee
privileges for the Fnurth of ' July
Piehic at Rempei's-'GroVe. -, ' ::
ot oinr.iur20. r- '
Farmer should call at Hiesins
&' Conlly nififl'see'' fhe Chafripion r
f.VAV,Vn,p"!"fi'!nnI'liand and ior;
i.. .1... ..! i : h,-i. ..; iL .
sHle:"' IHbV nre' fVdnr the 'best
maUUlilUlUllca hi iuo ""V"'-
are sold at rates within the reach
of our farmers,
Call' and see
J. G. Baushman's Dye House
is the nlace to net vo'ur clothing
made nice as new. Office at the j
rear. of. Donovans. June 26 iw
Scythes. Sn'athrand all Kinds
lofHarvest'Tob'ls,can be' had a
ine naruwaie ui ti(;jiuo vww
ly."f Their stock of general Hard
Vrarei'.'ifeh'aiti' and Buildei's
T6bls a:nii articleslfdr1 tne house
wife, fsverV large'n'embraces
almost everythingin general use.
Call and'see lor 'yourself.
Fresh Bread ard Cakes are de
i , 'it i mm
,The Thomas Sulky rKake, sold
by,Higgii'i8 ;'&'Coiiiyi is 'the fa
vorite of ourJFar'rae'fs and" takes
the 'lead of "ail otiiers."' 'Hundreds
have be'en koldih oar cb'n'nfy'&'nd
the demand1 : ou,;the,ih'a'3e,:
Call 'at ' tne'" Hardware 'Store' of
'Hi'gi'ins'oi cWly; 'examine the
machine", learri the fpW rice at
whieh'it sells 'riri'd 'you rwill not
do without' it.'"11 -" l ' ' :
COV PTUKE. I can furr
nisli' pasture ,ibr', thtee'or'four
"COWS."' ""' '"' LEWIb GitEEN.
tue Taxpayers of Perky,
Salt Ceeek' abtd Benton
" ' TowNsrnris."""""-
...The undersigned will be at ihe
above' named places at' the dates
set forth here below for the pur
pose of collecting Taxes: -' -l
Xaufelvilte, 'Julv" l41h.
: South Pdrry ; f jhly 15thx 16th,
17th; until nOort:1- - '
Dan Da'tis'VJuly 21st & 22d.
Whi.' Kenedy's, Jirly 23d.-'
( Bloomingville, July 24th, 25th,
20th, until noon.' - '
Those" 'wishing to pay Tax at
either of the above ilamed'town-
sh'ips'dan'do'so at- either1 of the
above riained' phices.: ' ' '
.n-.i- u--h - ., jyi. WEST,
Treasurer" H6"ck.Co. O.
June. 26 2w --"- ; '-
Summer Clothing, Straw
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yon see our prices. The
38.00. all wonl'suits for m&h',
FRANK BLASIUS, Opera House, Logan, O.
To repeal certain sections of an
' ordinance entitled An Ordi
nance Regulating the Burying
Oround and the Appointment
'of a Sexton!." - . -
Section 1. Be it ordained by the Council
of. the.Iucorporiited Villpgc o Log.i n, that
othe lucorporateu VJlipgeo Log.-iq, that.
McUoiv)78.io, ii, 12, 13, 11, is, 17, ft, andw -
Regnlitlh the Bnrylup Grounds 'jmd for;
peaiea. .,,. , .
Sections. This ordinance to be in lorce
fromftndaftir.U8jaB6nge and iegai.uh-
jicauon. .... j,--,-., .
A. STE1NMAN. Mayor.
G. a.' Gage.CIV. , , .
.'Jpi,e28.1tB"H7jy. " ' "
w KOflCfi TO HEIRS.
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The State ofOlSIo, Hocking Co. S8.
InthePrubate Court, lu, the .viatter of
the last Will and Teatumeut' of lllizjih
8. Brown, deceased.'
ToLiOulsa B.strun, or Cincinnati, Ohio,
and Susju Uimble, Mary U. Little, Churleu
E. Smith, Ella S. lelizel and" Frnnk Mer
ton dmlth.01 1ogivi, Ohio :
, Y.ou are herohy no titled that on the 20th
day of June, 1NM, an inblruoienj) .of writing
purpottiufr lo be the Jut,.yViiL and Tetta
Mentoj.KflzjbelUS. Rrbwn, lalo of Fulls
townshi'p, ,lu said counsy, deceased, was
produced in oppu Court, and un. applica
tion to ndinlt the sn,me tp'ljrobate, was ou
.application, will be for hearing before tins
inesaineuay mane in same -ouri. o.im
ppiication. win oe lor n
oart-qa tho. 17th (lay,.
'uoart-qa mq win aay,.pi .niy,i)H. a
Pro. Judge '
For tlie Great Pictorial- lii
WuQM'I BLAINE & LOGAN,
BY J. W. -BUEL;
125,000 Copies Already Ordered.
Tlie groat Stiindaid Pictorial HiHtovy,
i;ort:ui!ntr uot bnlv tha most authentic
-ii i.t". " ...? -. --Ti.-V-i Js . ... .
uuuiiueu mreuny fiyiu iiio ,
iiipir iiwnns, out aio a
.uoUtlcal hfsiory.diich as
the origin ofConventlons.history of all the '
great Campaigns, the qutbtlons in iue,
exciting episodes in each Administration,
btutisiics ot supreme Importance, full text
or tne lour most eloquent speecnes ever
s, etc., etc.
;om li giv
wort, anil ..win c;irry entiiusiasm
. y r - J . .
hearts ol .Ihe veterans who foutflit with I
him. The book is snlehdidlv illustrateii
41k l-W HIO
,w,lh i?teel Portraits and nearly 100 Superb j
work. "Mr. Huel'a bookn outsell thoa of
f any other Aniericiu writer, and in view of
J5" V" .uip pnuusiiera nave paw juui i
-j.OOO In cit.li lor the manuscripts of his,
great standard campaign history, which is I
putseling.flHothiTS i-o-nblned.aud ugents
.who ant,,to fceenre. t-jrftery and make j
lnoneiapyjly shonU,aml.,-aj. cents for .
.Complete.-yaiiva.v.lng OntflU at dice --
lon'i..wft8te Valuable time. OuUUi..are
i9? ?. j? jR'yjft;
sent free An application. We wish agents
to distinctly understand tbat.this is not
eM;r.puve, picmriai anu lertun cirQiii.ira
an ephem.-renl, 48rhonr..campniBii lxwk,
frarh ?rA"MiamJ-A"rir "".. s jVfLfll
loii. geil.l suHlT!fStsinB,iur Ufiy.uiuer
boon will fln(litgrectiy.totieirinUTe.stto
.coiresponU with ux,betore'prUeriiB.. Ad -
"dreta" HisTonicAL. pufiLtSui.sG co
: ."": "" ow
Shiloh's cougfa-and cunsuinption cure
is sold by us on a. zuaraTitee.' Itores
comumption.-i Sold by B."G. Ribep and
Co,s. ., - .(., - :U .., . ...
" Shiloh'B yitalizer is wliat you need
for constipation; loss of stppetitc, fHjszfi
ness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per,- bottle,
gold bv B. C Rebcr and Co
Sleepless niphts: made" 'miserable by
thirf terrible -couch. ": Shiloh:s :
Catarth cured, henlth ar.d sweet f
breath, .secured. By-.Sailotts's' catarrh
remedr. Price 50 cents, nasal injector
Iree. For sale at B. C. Reber and Co. j
. Forlame. back, side or chest use Shi-J
lohe .Poron8 Plaster. .Price 25-cents,
. and Bronch
.of B: C. Reber and Co
tus itnmpdiateW relieyed bv Shiloh's
j'Curcj-sold by .B.C::Rebei:aud Co'.... -
WhTyW sfalTer with dystep-sia and
IWeJiQOinplaifib? -Shiloh's. vit.-ilizer i
cure you. Bold by is. (J.
Itebeu and C9.:.".. .. .u.i. .i. ? .
1. 'Ti.it' Tf,.iVIp; n er .ni,rr1, nan T.O en rriilt.
ly cnred-byShilohfS cupb.: We gnarair
tediit. Sold by B. C.-Reber asd.Qa.
' ' Are you reads' iciscral3le by indipes-tion,.-.en-tiipatiaB;T3)-jitte8s,..
appelitaj.y.el'IOJW.slsin ? - Shiloh's Vita-zelffa-pO'intiVei-taire.-
Sold-by- B. C.
iRe-bw:.ando;.v" : - : . .
" 'ThtfRe v.- George H. Thayer, of Bour-bon-.-
Ind.i says; "both' mj- wife and I
owexKt-r 'lives to Shi!oh consumption
cure." ' Forsale at-Reber'a drugstore-"'WhyViiryou'-'co'i'igh-
cUre'vrilL-give immediato relief:;.. 'Price
10cts'5QL'ct3 andl'i doHar to .bo -bad at
B..C.'-Reberd-irid Co'.'. - !
: ShilohVcatarrh remedy, a positire
euro for catarrh, diptheria, and canker
mouth atB. C- Rebers and Co. .. '.' -
"'Hrtckmetack'.'' a 'lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price-2a and 50 cents
at B. G. Reber's'aud Go. .: ". ..
"For dyspepsia 'and "liver, complaint;
yon haTea printed' puarantee-on every
bottle of Shiloh's Vitalizes It never
fails to citre Sold by B. C Reber and
Co.. , . - , . :
A nasal injector free with each bot
tle of Shiloh's catarrh remedy. Price
50 cents at Rebcr's-drup store. .v -it
. : t Mav 16th, IStiS 1 yeC
I)anj?htcr5, Wires and Mothcre
Drw .Mr'ohli' CatiioIiiMn,' Female ficmrilj
guaranteed to glva satisfaction or money
refunded. Will cute Peroale Dlbe:it,es. All
ov.iriun troiiblfr?,' inflammation ami ulci.-r-ntiou,
falling stud displacements or bear
ing down feeling, irregularities, barren
ness, change ol life, lcucorrUQea, besules
many" weaknesses .spriiiKlna rrom tjio
above, like, headache,., blplltig, spinal
.v-eak,ie-s!es,i.sleeples3nas's, nervous lobiIi
lrpalprtalioit of. the heart, ic. . For sale
Wv -tU iirncr'isLs: T?ileo Sl.dO'ami Sl-'i0 per
.Bottle. .Send to Dr. J. B., Jlan-hifti, Utica,
r. iIor'aiuimiui, nee. rmNimx;
Positive Cure for Piles.
To the people ofi this Country we would
sax, we have been given the, Agency ot Dr.
ed to cure or money refunded Internal,
External, BlinH, Sleeting or Itching PiloB.
Price 50.5. a box. Ir'ori.ilo by
. ,... .j. , . . Jliiier at cjwe.
in Prices of
f'J A.-.ffc . , -W-m
largest, the bcis and the cheapest Cloth
nehV'ever offered ls Logan. Thte best 92.7S
In Laurelville, Friends Hotel
arid Saloon. Cheap." ' " '"
'm, 1 -. ' May 24 lm.
Fortify the system AU'who' haye
ekperieaCed and witnessed theeffect
lirki .LTkntnl'AM'd CrttrAMnll llVtl-kTan f1Vi
-ij"nti e ommjui """io ,.jjw,.
the weak tlespondine victims of
d3spepsift, llveP cnmplaillt, fevor
nd- ague, .rhernnatism; nervous
debility, or premature decay,- know
., . . ., . , ,.
thatin this supreme tonieand alter-
natc"-thcre exis's-a speeihCMpnnci-
plfe which reaches the very sonree
iof the trouble, and effeCB an aliso
lhtuand petnianent cure, 'i'or sale
by all'Druggists and Dealers gener
ally. ' - "S" ...- .
;' A Marvelous Story
TOLD IN TWO LETTERS.
FROM THE SON i "Hrk't.is
T ,"" Gentlaitn: My' "father resides at Glorer,
Vt. He has been a great sufferer from Scrof
ula, and Uie inclosed letter U1 teU yonwhat
, a jnsxTelotis effect . ,c ,... .. ...
Ayer p Sarsaprifla
has hed In hfe ciw. i think hts blood must
:to eontajned the 'hupor fof at least too
years ; bat it did nut show, except intbe form
of a-scroirUiaS SoK.wij thj wrist, until about
flro years ago. From a.fow spots which ap
peared at that time, it RRulnaliy spread so as
tocoverhls'entirabody. I assure you h& was
terril'vniictcd, and an object of pity, when
he began TJsipgjour medicine. Now," there are
few men of his ago rt-oJoyas good health
as ha bos. -1 could easily naino 41fty pctsou
who would testify to the facts In his case.
Yours truly, W.M.BHILUW.,
FROM THE FATffefl! pleanrennd
.' ti duty for ni9 to state jo' yon, the benefls X
, sas,T0: decrfflAfrouMhejtufcoJsiu
I Ayer s Sarsaparilla.
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a terribla buiaov and arofulous sores. 50
b.miot caused an incessant and lntolerahto
, , ,S n . rn in ,
c"'"n. " U-a-skln arskeOrtoaa tooua
the bloodjtHfiir jn-many places whsperer
, life; burden.- cnniiitenad.Oie-nso cf.iha
jJahsapabiixa la April IaVi taw sssd
-z. ... -. .5. ., ..,;..
"r"" .t" r:"
"e- . r --- .-. - . '
. all neaiea. anu x ioei panecuy won in cvcij
respect being now able to do ft good day's
-Wort although 75 years of agB, ..Vanylnqnira
T t, th,-M r-l,.Tiv.herc.trIpd trttell TOO.
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l .ATEa's S.vbsai'ARII.I.a.v GJover, Vt, Oct.;
1, ISOi.,,. .,. . xouts gcjuiiy, , .:
HIBAM FniLLIPS." ,
Ateii's SinsiPARiLt.v cores !?Tofal.
ml all Serofalon itompUInte, Erylp. i
.elar... Kczema, .B3nworta, Blotchea,
Sorest DoIlS(Tnftiori, and Emptloru of'
'the SklD, It clears tho blood: of aU-impn-'
TitlW, aldi dlgcstion.-atlnhiUtca tha action of
the bowoTs, and thus restores vitality and
strengthens the trholo system. - ...,, -..--.
FBKPABKD BT f
Dr. J. C. Aye r &. Co. jtewell, Mas.
I hBXJtafewot the" Eureka Mowing Ma
chines belouging to the UompanjrjXor ale.
They cut, a wide swathe and flo Aasy and
lpa.ve.the grass utanding to cure rapidly.
OnWi mimhpf nwri6d'in tlils' county and
"Logan; June 19, ISSl-Sw , . . , . t
vnrUf TK VflTIPR!
Notice is trjreby given that the followlne
aepnntsnnd vouclirF have been filed in
therob.itjf Conrf of Hooking. County J?..
George w;.Brehin. Adralnfetrator 6f tfle
nj-b, , V.T. ACICER.Probate'Judpi
June 12 3w v ' - .-',,, -.
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.- w -
anoTtneiSamawiiicomoon tor nenrinKav
the fth day of JtilyltHH, atdft' o'.elpck,'.
ncuati T.iiarniiripr nmnnv no ranvi".
JSpriug Street, JLogau, Oiiso
r"We are prepared lo build all kinds of Carriages. ISuii-jies. and Spiinic W:
'isat'tliever' lowest' prices. -AH kinds ol Itepairins Hnno.- WWd - Vork-uf-iil!
kinds neatly uxeLiited.
hiiiwl . t
At the lowest, prices, and
ABiaeksatithlrts: asfirsf - cla
'fira-ncli of business. Call
I. Ap'-il 24, 188-1 ly
."'.l''.' - JWgf
J. S, BEILHABZ'S
"iovT- Harness Shop
HAVING PUKCUASKD THE STOCK OF
announce to the people thiit 1 will continue in hnsinps nt the old stand i
' . ,. you will Iind the lanrunt and tiiiest feUick pi ,
' ' ! ... 1. IV
Whips from 10c to $3; Robes fromSl,50 to S10; Blanket" from 75c to $3;
Saddles from $1,50 to 25; BiL'gy harifess from $8 to 50.(10; Draft from;
$16,(H) to 3000; Collars from OUc to $3, and; special' attautioru tuid Ml
. - . a :;: :t . . -a.
I employ none bntkIfel workmen nnd r.se nothins -bnt the'let of etoclc.
mid, call and examiner my jco)d3 l)fore,;buyins: clJtewhere. Don't forget th(
,..ll.:a U1..1.V' TjMn ntiln - - ill mlAila '...r... I..m l .. ...
XXV1IC4 JUUVfti UUgUill vuiw ... 5.v.o
43 g P -J.
m ui .
J am purchasing
That will fullv meet the demaml
"eVs should "take-advantage of the
" Hinges; JPaa.W 3.ep-liMlf
ders, White Xcad, Axes
le JCuiiery, Ac., &?
Remember that I
-f 5 -
The Best in the World. I have
Sheep Shears,' tdVEich F call the aiteutioii
Shesrer. Remdrnter that I sell the '
vTinriv"" .-" I
The simplest and most durable Machine made. Also the Miibourii
WagjenV which is tuving the bes'irof'satisffietion. I also handle' aU
kfntfs of Clothes Wringer; GriudVtohes.'Fattn BelIs;'&cV Call arTd
get my prices before pufchising 'elsewhere. - v -
Mareh27. 1884 ' " ' "'" "" ' '
Sin i III &
. .i- ; v'
ATJGUST W. 1588. BT B. L. KESTBrSaJLXUjiSDlSSA
A large aHUCorapieie.iotoi i'lHiaiicu voik (.-(ir.hi.inu v. i.
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. ... i a -." r i.
- Bugy and Sign
guarantee the best job in the t-iiy. Wc warrant all our
- s. iA'lso horse-shoeing and evcryllijiig pertainini: in oni
and give us a trial before going elsewhere. ?
- . . .i.i-...vi. .--FJKE. SAlJ IU & LO.
mM4.M..v.y. . A.liU.k
t t r
&&j aU kinds oi
of the Trade. Farmers ai:J T.uild-
!mv prices, stich a-'
sell the Genuine,
Shovel " Plow,
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jnsinroiwfu. "?- ---.
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