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EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
TEKMS PER YEAJt,
Thursday, July 3, 1884
Damcratle District Tleket
For Common-Fleas Judge,
JOHN S. FIIIESNEK.
einocratic Coautj Ticket.
For ClerJ of Ooart
For Probate Jadge
William T Acker
For County Treasurer
For County Commissioner '
John T Nutter
For County Surveyor
James W Davis
For Inflimary Director
Democratic State Ticket.
SECRKTAKY OF STATE,
JAMES W. NEWMAN,
Of Scioto County.
CHARLES D. MARTIN,
Of Fairfield County.
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS,
J. H. BENFER,
Of Tuscarawas County.
We suggest as a proper settle
ment of the Post Office quarrel,
which has brought more scandal
and disgrace to the surface than
any disturbance that has. ever
.econed is Logan, the appoint
ment as Post' Master of Judge
For nearly twenty years Rem
pel was Post Master and did no
more work in the office than
Judge Case can do. lie drew
;the salary and paid the Clerk.
This Judge Case can do.
Judge Case is the candidate of
His appointment to this posi-,-tion
will" be a deserved favor to
.an old and esteemed citizen to
whoni the salary will be a bene-
It will also enable Mr. Pursell
to continue untrammelled his ed
itorial work and make his paper,
the Gazette, the " liveliest Re
publican pa per i n Ohio." It wi 1 1
also give Will Case a rest, and
an opportunity to go to work or
go to Europe.
We propose Judge Oakley Ca6e
-as Post Master, and ask who is
against him f "-
The Congressional Can
vass. The lime is not far oif when
l lie Democracy of this District
will meeL in Convention to nom
inate a candidate for Congress to
succeed Mr. Converse. Every
county in the District has one or
more Candidates. Mr. Converse
is not a declared candidate. The
candidates thus far announced
are, Judge Piigh and Alien O'My
ers of Franklin. Ex-Congressman
Walling and Senator Vancleaf,
of Pickaway, Hon. John G.
Reeves, of Fairfield, and Col. S.
Weldy of Hocking. ''
Thus far the canvass has been
conducted in the best of feeling,
all the candidates respecting the
merits of each other, and all pro
posing to make the canvass upon
claims personal to himself and
not upon demerits oi others.
Hocking county should be a
I anit in the Convention. Ouronly
hope of exercising an influence
and commanding recognition is
by unity of action among our
delegates. It needs no argument
to satisfy the intelligent delegate
that differences and distentions
"publicly exhibited will destroy
all our force in convention.
Differences, if any may exist,
should be settled among' our-'
The Post Office War.
The wrangle about the Logan
Post Office still continues to dis
turb the Republicans and pro
voke a feeling that is not healthy
The attack by the Reropelites
upon Pursell's character provok
ed the Pursellites to retaliate,
and for several days the moral1
atmosphere bad a sulphury smell
of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Old and long forgotten scan
dels have been dug up and dis
cussed. Bad stories about men
selves, and when settled should
be done so in the interest of
Hocking county and the Demo
It is not for us to suggest or
dictate how our Delegation
should act and vote. We call at
tention to the fact that unless
we harmonize and act as a Hock
ing county unit, we lose force
and influence we otherwise would
possess in the convention. y
At the late Democratic JMass
Convention, the Democracy
passed resolutions recommend
ing that the support of the coun
ty be given to our candidate,
Col. S. Weldy. That resolution
is the public expression of the
Hocking county Democracy. It
should be observed. Col. Weldy
has distinguished himself in the
Legislature and shown by an ac
tive and influential part in the
local as well as general legisla
tion of the State,that he deserves
the endorsement of che vote of
We hope the canvass thus far
so pleasant and gentlemanly con
ducted by all the candidates will
continue harmonious to the close
and that whoever may be nomi
nated, he will be the fair choice
and the best man before the convention.
long ago silenced have been re
peated. The gossip and gabble
and slander of men's character
has been disgusting in the ex
treme and shows very plainly
that the "God and Morality" par
tv. when the spoils of an office
excite their greed, is not compos
ed of saints and the Logan Re
publican camp is not a New Jerusalem.
Brooke and Willard returned
from Washington on Friday, hav
ing succeeded in delaying Pur
sell's confirmation. Before leav
ing Washington, Mr. Brooke dic
tated a dispatch to the Press,
stating that the nomination of
Pursell had been made on the
representations in a letter from
Grosvenor to Senator Sherman,
and that Sherman said he had
been misled by Grosvenor.
This made Grosvenor mad, and
putting on his plumes and war
paint, came up to Logan and
called a war council of the Pur
sellites. At this council it was
decided to send delegates to
Washington, and Pursell and
Lloyd Myers started on Saturdays-Gen.'
Grosvenor, Dr. DeSti-
guer ancfjess Butin following on
Up to this hour, Wednesday
noon, no word, at least no news
we can hear of, has been receiv-
ed at this end of the line.
The friends of -Case are hope
ful. The adherents of Pursell
are increasing in numbers, and
maintaining jubilant spirits.
(From the Crawford Co. Forum.)
Was John A. Logan a Re
SULPHUR SPRINGS O.,
June 19, 1884
To the Editor of the Fbrura:
1 am a seeker for information
upon a point of vital interest to,
myself and thousands of others.
Did or did not John A, Logan,, the
present .Republican candidate ion
Vice r; resident, ,recruii soiuiers ron
the array ? I want- proof, not op-
iaions. An Old Soldier1".'
If Senator Thurman allows the
use of his name as a candidate
for President, he "will probably
get the solid Ohio delegation.
His nomination would be glad
ly iailed .by the Democracy of
the whole country.
la inpsrtait Case !
In -a -suit at McArthur on last
Tuesday between J. M. Bowen,
late editor of the Enquirer, and
J. M..ntler, present publisher
of the consolidated Enquirer
Democrat, the- Justice ,of Ihe
Peace before whom the case was
tried, decided that in the absence
oi any contract in the -sale of a
newspa er printing -office, the
files of the paper sold went with
.ne oiuce as a partoi tno news-i
paper office property.
We don't believe the decision
.of the Justice will stantt -as good
Jaw, aud we hope the ques
tion, now that it is raised, will be
..carried to the higher courts.
All newspaper publishers are
Interested in a Judicial decision.
Got. Hoadly l&v President.
The Cincinnati Enqnirer has
pronounced in favor of Governor
Hoadly forPresidei.t. From the
fact that Mr. McLean, the editor,
is one of the State Delegates, this
declaration is especially signifi
cant. John G. Thompson, one of
the Delegates from this District,
is a pronounced Hoadly man.
Mr. Rose, of Logan, is not com
mitted to any candidate. He is
for the man who gives the. best
assurance of being strongest. He
is, however, a great admirer and
warm personal friend of Gov.
Hoadly, and we think we could
guess his preference if Ohio pre
sents a candidate. .
Gov. Hoadly'is much superior
in ability to many of the candi
dates named, and the peer of any
man in our party.- Hij adminis
tration lias, in its general policy,
been wise, just and Democratic.
1 Some freaks of the oldReDubli-
can ieaven occasionally crops
out and -encounters criticism.
But as a.,. representative f the
coming' victorious Democracy he
is tne ablest and perhaps the
strongest -man in the country.
S. H. Bright Defeated.
We regret that Mr. Bright was
defeated for Circuit Court Judge
at the Portsmouth Convention
last week. His own delegation
did not give him the heartiest
support. Rempel who was a
delegate did not'attend. Brooke,
Chairman of the Committee, and
the assumed leader of B right's
forces, went to Washington to
fool about the post office, instead
of staying with the-delegation
and using his keen political sa
gacity in manipulating the Con
vention. Mr. Bright was the ablest law
yer before the Convention, and
his failure of a nomination is re
gretted by his many Democratic
and Republican frieds in Hock
ing. The ticket nominated is. Brad:
bufry .ot Meigs, Cherrington of
Lawrence and Clarke of Ross.
The Democracy will beat that
A correspondent from JStpaits
ville in yesterday's -State Joernal
signing his name Gaal Digger,''
is a marvel, or he is a. fraud-
"Coal diggers,"" as a class, are
among the most intelligent men
of the country, but they have not
the skill to consmict such a lit
erary production any more than
has the Attorney of the corpora
tion the muscle to dig -coal.
A "coal dijjger" who can put
arguments together so lawyer
like, and write with such IRerary
finish, don't exist on this -earth.
Tho article is&ise in all its as
sumptions, a fraud in the signa
ture of its author, and is only the
threadbare argument of the paid
attorney of the Syndicate written
with the skill of a literary expert
Congressman McAdoo charged
in the House of Representatives
that John A- Logan is tho own
er of 80,000 acres of public land
which he got by ways that aix?
dark and tricks tiiat are Repub J
lican. Black Jack was a poor
man when he was a rebel, It
is only since he became a truly
good Republican that he gets
Samuel J. Randall and James
G. Blaine have been in public life
nearly a quarter of a century.
They started poor; Randall remains
to, but Blaine improved his chan
ces, aad-ona salary of four thous
and dollars has saved a mi'Hon.
An obscure fellow, named TYm
ans, of Xeuia, has a crank in his
head and his folly develops in an
opposition to John P. Martin, mem
ber of the Board of Public Works.
His opposition to Martin is feased
on this tact, that a number of Irish -xnen
have been appointed to .places
of rospoaeiHlity in the .State Aon-ice
on Ahe Jrubuc Works.
Not satisfied with his 'back bouse
proceedings againt Martin in Xen
a, repudiated by the Democracy
of Green county, this skull digger,
Win-ins, somes before the Democ
racy of Ohio, and in State Con
vention is indignantly and pro
perly repudiated and rebuked.
John P. Martin has appointed
-some Irishmen to position. In
this he has skos'e no preference
nor pr-judice, but goad sense.
We assume to say that the Irish
men selected are all men compe
tent for the plaees &bey Ua?e
been appointed to fill. They wil8
prove themselves Itonest, capa
ble men. There will be no tar-
jiish of jobbery, no rust, of rings
attacking to their public service.
They willilo their duty honestly
and efficiently, and not only to
the credit of the Democratic par
ty but to the beneiit of the pub
John P. Marl in is a right roval
man, a true Democrat and a
worthy State official. The Kuow
Nothings of Xenia will find out,
if they i unt much longer, that
John P." Martin is a dangerous
Democrat to pursue, and that
with him are the ti terrified De
in oc racy of Ohio, who will retire
Know-Not hings to their dens and
Orange Peels to the dung hill.
The Hocking County Demo
cratic Central Committee will
meet in the Court Room, at 1
o'clock, p. m., Saturday, July 19,
18S4, for the purpose of organi
zing for the ensuing year.
The Committee consists of the
following persons, viz:
S. Allison, Jonathan Shaw, W.
Waner, John White, Geo. Locke,
0. M. Gould, A. J. Burgess, G.
W.Dnpler, W. H. Woodruff, J.
G. Krinn, Geo. Weidner, John
Bebout, Nelson Armstrong, J. A.
McClelland, J. C. Butler, R. E.
Frey, T. S. Meldrim. Jas. Galla
gher and J. H. Bodamer.
All members are earnestly re
quested to be present.
J. WEAVER, Ch'm.
W. F. Price, Sec'y.
Pennsylvania will present this
distinguished Democratic Lea
der as tho unanimous choice of
the Key Stone State for Presi
JSText after Tilden, Randall
would be the -hoice of the Hock
ing valley, and the most popular
candidate that could be nomina
ted, Randall would .cany Ohio and
Pennsylvania beyond a doubt.
Hon. H S. Neal, of Irohton,
ex-congressman of the district of
which Hocking was a part, has
been appointed by the President
Solicitor of the .U. 8. Treasury.
The position is an important one
and Mr. Neal is about as well
qualified for it as any Republi
can in the district.
"O why should tie spirit of
Mortal be proud ?" is apparent.
Bro. Mortal, formerly of Rusli
ville, has associated himself with
Messrs. E. O. Welsh aud Chas.
Rippey in the publication of the
Lancaster Daily Evening Leader.
The Leader is a neat six .col
umn paper, sparkling with local
intelligence and interesting in its
fresh news and excellent miscel
Jaek Wright, son of Judge Si
las Wright, is the editor, which
is a guarantee that the Leader
will move in the right direction.
Ye wish tne young men suc
cess in their enterprise, aud be
speak for their excellent paper a
deserved patronage, not only at
home, but anion l: the reading
people down the Valley.
In the absence of ex Postmaster
Pursell, Charley Sain, is the chief
fibli net for the loot news on Rem
pel's post office organ, as well as the
in-sane author of the incomprehen
Tho inquiry of our correspond
ent is pertinent, especially when'
Logan is put forth as the ' candidate
of the soldiers. Under such cir-,
enmstanecs it is meet that all pos
sible light shall bo thrown npou
the question of his loyalty at the
outbreak of the war. With this
end in view, we shall first present
the positive evidence, supplement
ing it with carroborative circum-.
Nearly a month before the as
sembling of the recent Republican
National Convention, when an effort'
was being made to create a senti-
mate favorable to Logan's nomin
ation for first place on th ticket,
the Chicago Now a 'paper of nn-'
questionable Republicanism, con
tained the following:
"But Lopao did- not confine his
hatred to the North to xaere words,
Jas the folio wine from an affidavit
sworn before John .Q. Harmon,
clerk of the circuit court of Alex
ander county, Illinois, September
30, 1876, will show:
I. John Whcatrev, a resident of
the city, county aud State afore
said, do solemnly swear that on the
28t.i day of May, 1861, 1 went from
Willaimson county to join Captain
J. B. Cunningham's company (G)
of the Fifteenth Begiment of Tenu-
esse Volunteers; that Major Gener
rl John A. Logan, now a candidate
for Congress at-large, and who rep
resented this(thirteenth) ' Congres
sional District, was the chief per
son who raised said company and
persuaded me to join: the same; that
Logan accompanied us(about sev
entyin number) in the night part
of the way from Williamson county
to Paducah, according to John A.
Logan's instructions, to evade
Union troops, which he stated were
stationed at Cairo."
My son, R. L. Wheatrer, Thom
pson Coder, Harry Hayes, William
Tinkce, Jackson Brown, Jackson
Law, George Law, Joshua Law,
and others; all except the first,
now residing, when I last beard
from them, in Marion, Williamson
county, Illinois, members of said
company, will attest the truth of
From the tenor of this affidavit
our correspondent can draw his
own conclusions. '
Fortunately the .circumstantial
evidence that at the outbreak of the
war, and for nearly three mouths
afterwards Logan was a tympathiz
er'with the South, .is abundant
At that time he was a member of
Congress from the "Egypt" dis
trict in Southern Illinois, a firm be
liever in the t'divine institution''
of slavery, and very active in the
enforcement of the fogitivo slave
law. He was a leading roan in
that section of the State;-' to him
the benighted people of that- prim
itive region looked for guidance
and Jadvico. Among'theso people
the sympathy ior the cause of the
South was undisguised. During
the winter of 1860 61, and through
the following spring and summer,
previous and subsequent to the be
ginning of tho war, when patriotic
voices and hands were raised in de
fense of the Union, John A. Logan
remained at his home in Carbon
dale, and gave no sign of patriotic
ardor that is said nowto agitate
his soul and thrill his manly bosom.
In tho meantime many of his
neighbors, misguided young men,
who worshiped Logan as their po
litical deity, were enlisting in the
rebel army. John Logan's hiflu
ence with these men was unbound
ed, yet we do not una lnat ne pro
tested against their enlistments.
If he did not, as asserted in the
above affidavit, encourage thorn
there is no word of .his record to
snow that lie advised tbenr.agaiust
the step. On tle fifteenth day of
June, juBt two months after the
President's first call for troops, the
Carbondalo Times, printed in Lo
gan's own town, declared that the
8entiment.of tho people of William
son county was largely favorable to
the South. Agaiust this Logan, al
though bis influence in tho county
was almost boundless, did not pro
test. About tho Bame time the
the Shaneetown Mercury - contain
ed the followiug:
Where is our Congressman, John
A. Lotjau? Rumor after rumor
comes to us concerning the position
of our rep'eseutative, John A.
Logan, about the difficulties that
threaten to destroy our Union, and
wo deero it -our duty to ask him to
come out aud define hia position,
as thejtime for neutrality has pass
The Chronicle, a paper published
at Ujirrisburg, SaKe county, in
Logan's Congressional, District,
repeated this 'demand that he
should show his 'hand. Soon after
Logan wrote a letter to the St."
Louis Republican declaring -that he
was not a secessionist. Any lead
er of the Confederacy could have
said as much, and perhaps with
as much truthfulness. The fact
tLat it was necessary for Air. Lo
gan to- announce his patriotism
over his own signature and assure
the public that be had been mis
representetfy'is of itself suspicious,
and was so considered at the
time.,. - k , '
Tlie-special seseii-n of Congress-
convened at vrasningion on tne 4tn
of Juh,l$61? apA JLogan, took Mb
scat as a itepresenfcatfvB from the
Thirteenth'""' District of Illinois,
As vet .he Jiad, refused ,to.anwunce
ni8f posiupa, .except ,TO tne. letter. o
the Louis' paper, apd his people'
continued anxious concerning his-
prbbahlo course.. Among bis neigh
bors he was looked upon as a sym
pathizer with the rebels. The up
rising "of tho. North, which he
viewed from the vantage point of
Washington, convinced him that
the rebellion must finally be crush
ed, and. a new light burst upon him.
Like Saul of Tarsus, he became
suddenly. converted; the-scales felt
suddenly from his eyes, and he en
tered with all the zeal of a hew
convert in the cause of the govern
ment. The fact ottne conversion
was announced to the public by a
Washington dispatch to. the Chi
cago Tribune of July 8, 1861 in
these words;. ,
John' Logan falls in, quits hia
dirty .work, and even wants a reg
Now, what was this dirty work
of which the Washington correpi-
pondent- .was evidently knowing
John Logan had evidently been en
gaged in?.- The concluding clause
of the sentence provides the key.
Be oven wanted a. regiment, indicting-
beyond, .controversy that the
dirty work referred to an effort to
obstruct the endeavors of the gov
ernment put down the rebellion.
These .facts" and circumstances
we have given for the information
of oar correspondent and- public
generally. They can. draw their
SO 1VC ETH ING
WORTHY OF NOTICE
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN LADIES
m f ooiIn
' :The Pfttsburgn Post says:
"Congressman Geddes, of Ohio,
thinks 'if it is noV Cleveland it will
beThuran jSe "ofcr-Roman got
abig ooo&tat th'e. Coi.mnbus Con
ventidn'on "Wedneday: and he is
as well" known and -stands as high
in the Democracy of. other States
as he does in Ohio.
5 The .jHouso , of Representative."
will be ready tojadjourn by the end ol
next week, but the Senate seems in
clined to prolong the session un il
the Chicago Convention
Mr. Joe. P. Marstonr press agent
for Burr Robins' show, was in the
city yesterday, arranging for a
proper presentation before the pub
lie ol the big show be represents.
Mr. Marston is a very p'onsant
gentleman, and ab udvauce agent
who understands his business.
We most, heartily commend him
to tbe brethren of the press as . a
clever, sbnsib'e, gentleman. Fair.
and reasonable' in bis business pro
position?, .and., entitled to. every
courtesy the' press can bestow.
He repretserits the best show now
in Ohio; and we hope he may meet
with.asqordial a welcome and his
show have as liberal a pttronage
as he gar, and p's show will get
when it comes. to Logan.
We hare a large .Line to select from in Plain and Fancy Dress Goodss
"recently opened, to which we can properly apply the word Bargaini
In Black and Colored Cashmeres from 20 to 85 cents, 36 and 44 inch
es wide. A line of Albatress Goods in ligrht shades 44 inches widey
at 68"cents. Summer Silks 45, 50, 60, and 75. Black Silks 85,100,
1.25 and 1 60. We make mention of the above goods because we IMl M
think them cheaper than any other House in the city will sell isftj j
them, and a larger line to select from.
TBnSCH & STIRES.
May 15, 884 2w
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FOB OOi TIMES?
The Finest and most complete Stock of all kinds of Undertaking
Goods ever brought to Logan. Prices Low and guaranteed
g To Give Satisfaction. mgg
All calls promptly attended to Day or
'Ph'fl.-SKsher invites the people
of the town 'and country, to call at
his new building and see tho work
ing of his steam cracker machine.
It' is a curiosity aud. attracts much
attention.- V "'
Dariudhite and wife,- aud his
gon, Scuiire John and ''wife, will
leave for -Chicago' this" afternoon,
intendjng'to." visit relatives and at
tend ;the .Convention. -
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Marrieg;.;a,t " the Lutheran par
sonage of Logan', iJuhe "22d, 1884,
br-the'Rev-Louis.!P. Mittler, Mr.
partes 3orah- 7bf Fairfield Co.,
0.,antf MlSg' l&ta Donleir of Lo
gan, Hockjng Co, 'O.
' - '" ill. -" .'
Mr. Charles Uuerhau will .leave
Logan nest-Wednesday for Wich
ha "Kaneas-which place-'he expec's
to make. hjaiuture home.-
Bed and Single Kiones8
Parlor Suits, Jkc, &c.
WE MAKE THJNCS INTERESTING
AT OTJR PLACE I
WE DONTVAKT TO GET RICH, BUT ABE
BOTJ2TB to BB BUIS
fill r a-rJ
And Dealer in all Kinds of
Bed Springs, Matrasses and Parlor
I Guarantee my Work and Price.
Buildins. three doors west of Opera House.
Salesroom in Roller
May 1 tf
The Logan Woolen Mills
-ARE NOW READY-
TO RECEIVE W
-TO MANUFACTURE 1NTO-
We have a large Stock to S?!ct from in all Lines of
Worsted Suits and Pants,
Fine Cassimere Suits and Pants.
eet. Orr. Sz, Co-
Kev: J. P.; Williams
at Mt. Pleasant
11 o'clock AVM.
3 P. M'.
PANTS, OVERALLS & JACKETS
WARRAETTKB UTOT TO RIFr
and at llesboro at
A Queen's Fuvorite.
Among tho mauy 'equestriennes
who have won royal favor in Eu
aopeby their beauty, grace and
skill, few have become so world
wide famous as tbe petite Russian
girl, Pauline Dubsky, as the Queen's
favorite, owing to the remarkable
attachment existing between her
and the. Empress ot Austria. On
the hunting excursions of the latter
she was for years accompanied by
the fair 'Pauline, to whom she pre
sented several horses and any num
ber of costly jewels. In 1881,
Forepaugb induced Paulino to vis
it America' and appear as' one of
the stars in his exhibition, and she
has remained in the country ever
since. This- season she' travels
with Burr Robins' shows, and will
among the myriads of attractions
presented by himrwill appear in
Logan. Saturday, July 19th.
Excursion -Rates to National
On .account of .the Democratic
National Convention, which meets
at ChicagOjTJuiy ,8th, the Pitts
burgh . Cirfcinnari & St. Louis
RaivayvarMvChicago St. Louis &
Pittsburgh Railroad will sell Excur
sion tickets to Chicago and return
at' rate of'-ohe'fTnfe for-round tripr
frondi-all ticket-- Stations -on- their
lined. Tickets will h&.sold from. J uly
3dtb-7th-n6J.:yvill-be good for re
turn passage luutil July 18th in
Arrangements' have "been made
for additional Coaches and Sleep
ing Cars sufficient to meet the rush
and pa senders will be ""carried
through quickly and safely by the
We would call special attention to our full line of new
Plain and Fancy Cassimeres,
jF" Also ready to receive Wool to Card in Rolls or Card and
Spin for Customers. Fulling and Dressing done in a workmanlike
manner. A IUU SIOCK 01 uooas sunaoie ior .warmers, iuerciiiiuia w
men of any profession, which we will sell jglP-Cheap for Cash or
Exchange for Wool. JACOB E. TRITSCH.
Logan, May 1, 1S8 3m.
Neck-wear and1 Hand kerchiefs, White and Fancy Shirts,
And Hosiery. Hats of the latest models in all grades of
IPlM?, WOOl &.X1XL STLW
OUR TAILDRIH& DEPARTMHT
Is in ood shape and we still offer a fiiif selection of styles, not-
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THE FALL TERM
SEPTEMBER 1, '84
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Now Ready for Distri
bution. bko imngetfents Early,
A. j dress
CHOGUILL & PARSOJS'S,
Private instructions during July
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To the needs
of the tourist.
coinm e r c 1 a 1
mach Bitters is
acted, since it
digesti v e o r
jrans, and bra
tlie physical en
ercies to iin-
vea and pr e
vents malarial fever constipation, dys
pepsia; hcalthfulli' stimulates the kid
neys and bladder, and enriches and
purib'esthe blood. When overcome bj
ftigue .mental or physical, the weary
aud debilitated find ita reliable source
of rnnewed strength and comfo-t. For
sale d3 all Druggists and Deal ers gen
erally Attachment Notice.
Before Tolin F. White, J. P. F:11 town
Bliip, HocKlng county, Ohio-
The Austin Powder Company, plff
I. M. Barnhouse. rtcfl.
fin tlic 27th iiav of .lime. lSSl.snlcl Jus
tice issued nn order ornttnuliincnt i'l thu
Chas. Rose & Co
May 29, 1884 ly.
TCotlco is hereby given, that tlw follow
ing accouuta and vouchers have been flled
in the Probate Conrt of Hocking county,
Ohio, for firit flual settlement,
Ueubold IlaimbnrKcr, guartlinn of John
llaimburger, George Uamiburger Samu
And the same will come on for
hearing on the" 11th day or July, l.Sl,
at 10 o'clock, a. in., or as oon thereafter as
may be convenient.
WM.T. ACKER, Probate Juuge.
June l'J 3w
DK. Z. T. RANET
Gives prompt attention to Repairing and
Kxlractiug Xeeeth. Special uttnntion glv
Trpserving Natural Teeth.
Tin- best or Artificial Teeth warranted to
g: o vutNf.iction.
11.5s-, Ifllr... irii- RruOitprV Sf om.
1 June?, 18SI Cm
m CORU KIC AU USE rUlS. B
M BtstOoojthByrnp. TtatcaKood. BSj
ttl Use in time. BoMbyitraBista, Oi
7TKE COMPLETE H0RiE.rof,ute3iryi
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i,,.,. ....timi for tin- sum otSeveilty ElilUt I I book. ai:ion. new mnamEs. ..c- uiibihuob.
BOOl B illllUHHir mi. Mm uiaciuiu ,y I I from new dii:n. Superbly rotten up. Same low price.
Dollars and 89 cents. .S.u.1 action Is set for A aJ ""u ciii. &is at sight. a;-0k .io.nl. b.s
lieariug on August 11th, liSl, at S o clock, t wotk exckllksttsbm. The handsomest prapeo.3
A;M. TH B AUSTIN POWDEIt CO. J ever usa.l. Aply now .,.,
July .1-3 w '
Nicholas Feme's Estate-
The undersigned has been appointed and'
qualified as executor or the will or Nich
olas Fox, late of Hocking county, deceas
ed. JOHN FOX, Executor
June 5 T.w of Nicholas Fox, dee'd.
Notice Is here given, that the following
accounts and vonchershpve been filed, ia
the Probata Couitof HocUIng county, O.,
Isom Finlcy Assignee of the Inbody
And the same will come on for hearing on
Tth day of July, ISSt. at 10 o'coIck, a
in. or as soou thereafter sm.iy be conve
nient W T AflKES,
June 12 3u- Probate JUdgo.
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