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Cleveland iJetfd ricks Clsrii.
The Cleveland and Hendricks
Club will meet Friday night at
H o'clock in the Court room. A
full attendance of the members
is requosted. All Democrats are
invited to attend.
' OVW. H. WRlGHT.ffres. .
Chas. Barker, Sec'y.
V r s . . t -?
i AtttiB a Wr.
There ill be a meeting of lite
Second Ward Democrat Club at
Hdrtraan's Hall, Thursday even
ing, JTiilv 24th. Let every Dem
ocrat of the Ward be present. It
is desired to perfect the organi
zation of the club and entef at
okce info actiTe campaign work.
By Order Committee.
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Col. Rerapel has thrashed bis
irteat crop, which made fifteen hun
The Boatd.oC-Vuilorr appointed
Ly court, vWd the Infirmary and
Children Home lat Tuefsday.
.JL$k$.fim. Bishop of Kansas,
rt( hisijeeo visiting idliOgvn will
return home next week.
Treasurer E. M. West, of Hock
ing county, paid our sanctum a vis
it last Monday evening, and in his
company we whiled away a yery
pleasant hour. Mr. West is a very
popular man among his constit
uents. He related to us. the troub
les of the Hocking Winers,. who, by
their recent actions have lost the
right to return to work, as a great
number of Swedes and Itahaus nave
been engaged and are now work
ing -the jjiines. fAdelphia News.
We can most heartily' concur in"
this complement paid to Mr. West
as a? popular gentleman, but we
must disagree! with him when a"
we infer from" the above he says the
miners, "Have lost the riohx to
RETURN TO THE MIXES."
The miners have not lost any
Mr! West Is not to be the Judge
as to what their rights are, nor should
he go outside of his county to Adel
phia and authorize the editor of
the paper there to say that the re
cent actions of the miners lost them
STARVED TO DEATH !
An Inmate Fbom the In irmary
Wanders ' for a Month
ThrouqS the Country
a-jjd" Starves to
A Horrible Case.
An Interesting Book.
Mojor "Doc ''William intends
-starting next week for a visit to his
father in. Missouri.
Mr. Fox, foreman at Frank Kes
slersf has gone to Birmingham, Al
abama, to take charge of a large
aash factory ac that place.
Mr. John Morrisaon, a typo of
the McArthur Democrat-Enquirer,
visited Logan last Saturday and
took in the show.
t Hon. John 6. Beeves, of Lan
caster, will address the Cleveland
& Hwsdricks Club at $ Coort
Boo oa Friday eveniag. Every
body is invited to be present.
"Granger'' presents some sen
sible view on the Congressional
contest hi this district, which will
be found on the first page of this
Twenty Teais In Congress, ly James a.
Blaine's Book, recently, issued,
is one ol the most interesting lit
erary prodn4tion of the age.
Written by a man of such dis
tinction, and by one who has
been as active in public life as
any one of this country, gives it
a peculiar interest at this time.
It embraces the personal femin-
iscencesj ana gives a very iair
presentation of the most impart
ant period in the history of tfeo
Republic. In. many respects it
resembles Benton's Thirty Years
View, with the difference that
the author is not so egotistical,
and deals more fairly with the
side he opposes,
The Book is sqld only by sub
scription. Bebers have the Agen
cy of this county. The leading
public men of the county have
subscribed, and. it is believed the
reading public generally ,wbether
theyigree with author on poli
tics or not, will be anxious to
have the work for its historical
Miss McCroy who made her home
-with Morgan Eanode, died on last value..
Saturday. Her remains were in- Agents will call upon the citi-
-rterred on Monday.
The West Ta. Fair will be held
t Pt. Pleasant next month; begin
ning Aag. 26th, closing the 29th.
The Fair will be a favorable time
to visit our Logan boys at work in
Open Air Meetlnc;. .
A Union Religious Meeting will
Whejd in front of the Court House
siext Sunday at -,30 p. m. G. W.
Barns will preach. No evening
services at the Presbyterian and
-and Methodist churches.
A;5 year old. son of Mr. Henry
rUrran?nQn;laFt ISatarday eve
ning, while swinging -an a large
gate, fell and dislocated his right
hip joint. vDr. Campbell was
immediately summoned and re
duced the dislocation, and made
frthe little sufferer comfortable.
The Mortal career of the Lan
caster Daily Leader ended on
last Saturday. It starred to
death. The, spirit of Mortal is
no longer glad. The Leader led
and lived only two weeks.
Emmit Tompkins of Athens, In
vaded BempelsdVirf on Teesday,
and drove our favorite post master
oat, and established Purs .ill in his
place. We wouldu't be surprised
if those impudent Athenian po!
politicians yet plant a wagon or a
bale of hay, or a box upon the
King's park in &empel6dorf.
: m m
'Justice' lifts the curtain and
gives us a slight peep at the
schemers who have organized Che
ccal syndicate, and who hav
orowded the Italian lazarani into
our coal mines. Bis arrible ap
pears on the first page and is
suggestive. We will heat from
This locality is suffering from
drouth. No rain has fallen here
since the 4th. In the western
jpart of the county no rain has
fallen for the last seven weeks,
and the pastures are drying up.
The corn and potatoes have suf
fejpkd to an extent beyond re
Charley Bowen and the -steward
of tha Penitentiary, passed through
Logan on last Tuesday on their way
to Union Furnace for the purpose
of inspecting the brick made by
McManigals at that place.
The institution wants three hun
dred thousand of superior quality and
we hope they found the article they
The Union Furnace bnck are
made of a peeuliar clay, and are es
pecially hard and tough.
During this tern of drouth, the
greatest precaution should be taken
to prevent fire. In some parts of
the town we are told that children
are building bonfires ontho streets,
and recklessly carrying fagots
about the alleys, and striking
matches on the barns and fences.
This recklessness is criminal. The
town is now a tinder box, and a
thoughtless boy with a match "for
the fun of the thing," migH burn
np the town.
The police should watch closely.
A fire now is the destruction of the
Mr. John Tennehill has bought
he Zintsmaster Bakerv.
zens at an early day. Those de
siring the book at once can see
it and subscribe for it at Beber's
Mr. Will Gould, son of Chas.
Gould of the Hocking Sentinel,
has received the appointment
from Hon. Geo. L. Converse as
Naval Cadet to Annapolis, from
this District. This is a compli
ment and a high one, not only to
the worthy yoUng appointee, but
to the county from which he hails.
The Leader wishes the young
cadet the best of success. Lan
One day last week, while Coon
Tigner was hunting squirrels in
the woods on "Eli Bates' farm,
south of town, he discovered a
little mound of new made earth.
He told his discovery to Jim
Davey and Frank Gaffney, who
made an examination and dis
covered in a soap box the partly
decomposed body ef a baby.
The grave was dug about two
feet deep, and was marked by
stosies placed at head and foot.
The Coroner was notified and an
The investigation developed
these facts -
About a month ago Mrs. Wm.
Thompson, a colored woman in
Furnacetowa, gave premature
birth to a child, caused by a se
vere fall. The physician staled
that the child lived but a few
The father is a poor man, and
not aware of the aid rendered by
the Trustees, put the remains in
a box, and carried it to a spot
where a brother a-id one or two
other relatives of his are buried.
The poor woman never recov
ered from her sickness and died
on Sunday. Her remains were
interred in the old cemetery.
Oil Wlls Hi LogaH.
Messrs Can and Ford of Zsnes
Ville, representing a Muskingum
valley oil company are in the city
and propose to proceed at once to
experiment upon the oil well across
the river, and apply the modern
tests with the expectation of devel
oping rich oil territory.
They have the implements for the
experiments here, and will go t
work at once we wish them sac-cess.
With a view to Harmony, we
are arranging to have a post of
fice delivery in Oakland. Mayor
Charley Workman will act as
deputy and all those republicans
who can not take their mail
from Grosvenor's post master,
will be offered the favor of get
ting it from Charley Workman.
Iliis scheme is all in the inter
est of Republican morality and
harmony. Lots sold at remark
ably low prices. The above 1b
an advertisement and costs JesB
Butin 10 cents a line.
We present els where the Dcra-
oeratic platform. It is an able pre
sentation of the issues, and will
meet the approval of not only ev
ery Democrat, but of many of the
intelligent and honest Republicans
of the county.
Tall Tlmelbv This Time
Mr. John Fox of Marion does
not brag on his wheat and rye,
but he challenges the county to
beat his timothy. He has pre
sented us with a bunch, as an
average sample, which is seven
feet high, the heads from five to
seven inches long.
On last Thursday,- three chil
dren, Clara Snyder, her little
brother and a girl named Clara
Byert, were out hunting for some
ducks that had strayed away, and
found the body of a woman lying
in a gully, in the woods, on the
farm of David Shultz, about three
miles south of Logan.
The Coroner was notified and
an Inquest was held, the finding
of the Coroner being that the
woman came to her death from
From the testimony given in
the case, we get these material
The name of -the deceased is
Mary C. Burns, of Benton town
ship, afced thirty-seven years.
She was a woman of feeble,
intellect. On the 19th of Febru
ary, 1883, she was adjudged in
sane and seat to the Asylum.
On May 10, 1SS3, she was dis
charged as cured. Her father
dying, she inherited pro
perty to the value of $540. Ham
ilton Steele was appointed her
guardian. On August 16,1883,
she waB brought before Judge
Acker again on complaint of the
occurrence of insanity, but the
Judge adjudged her not insane-
Oft the 6th of September, 1883,
she was placed in the Infirmary
on a warrant from the Trustees
of Benton township.
Mr. Nixon, the Superintendent,
testifies that, she left the Infir
mary twiee before i The first
time he found her at the eld
heme place in Benton township ;
the next time on the road to Lo
gan a few liours after she had
left When she left the last time,
Mr, Nixon was not at home. On
his return he came to town and
notified a clerk in the - Grange
store to be on the look out, and
also requested Marshal Deishley,
if he saw her to lock her up and
send him word.
Mr. Rodman testifies that he
sawjher sitting under a tree by
the roadside, about three weeks
ago. About the same time she
Stopped at the house of a brother
of Rodman's, and asked fer wa
ter. Bhe drank two quarts, then
asked for bread. After she had
eaten her satisfaction, she again
went to she well and drank two
more tincups of water. She in
quired the road to Sater's, and to
Ilesboro, and then left.
No one, as far as can be ascer
tained, saw her sin. -e that dite.
In her bundle were several ar
ticles of clothing, seven dollars &
ninety cents cash, pins, buttons,
thread, quilt patches, and a va
riety of triuketSi Among other
things, a colored card with her
name, and bearing this mocking
inscription ""Forget Me Not."
Mr. Nixon subsequently turned
over notes to the Coroner, sever
al bandied dollars, which he said
he found in her bundle 4
the tneory is, tnat the poor
creature becoming dissatisfied at
the Infirmary, left it, and for fear
of being seen and returned, she
hid away from human sight, liv
ing on such scraps and crumbs
and herbs she happened to find.
Her bundle was lying under a
tree about 40 feet from the place
where her body lay, pressed
down as though she had sat on it
a long time. The gully showed
signs of scrambling and strug
gling along, indicating that she
was searching for water from a
spring farther up. She lay on
her side, with a stick of wood un
der her head for a pillow. Her
body had several bruises, evi
dently from falls in her death ef
forts. Her stomach and bowels
were entirely empty and con
tracted, and her body wasted to
a mere skeleton.
Beath from starvation !
It is a horrible affair. We
shudder when we read the trials
of DeLong and his Arctic Explo
rers, and turn away and try- to
banish the thought, of the agony
his men endured as they slowly
starved to death.
Here, within three miles of
Logan, with means for her sup
port left her by her father, with
living relatives, and with a proud
institution built by public char
ity for the care of such unfortu-
nrles, a woman wanders through
the woods and starves to death.
The imagination recoils, and the
heart sickens at the thought.
Wb can all draw a long breath
when we feel she wtsn't oiir
Barr Kabalas' Show.
Last Saturday was & big day in
Logan. The crowd of people in
tne town was the largest witness
ed for years. The s. "w ws well
v-inized afternooriNand even
ing. The street parade was very
fine. The horses were the finest
we have ever seen belonging to
a show. The animals exhibited
were much above the average in.
variety of species and beauty of
kind. The circus performance
was very good, some of the per
formers being the best of the
kind we have ever witnessed.
The men associated with the
show we found to be intelligent,
polite gentlemen, cheerfully giv
ing pleasant answers to all inqui
ries, and attentive to the accom
modation of all visitors.
The young orator in charge of
the passage way from the mena
gerie to the circus, during the
evening entertainment, might,
however, profitably tone down
his voice to a more moderate
pitch, and tone up his manners
to a more gentlemanly style.
With the exception ef the loud
mouthed, wncivil fellow We speak
of, the show is to be commended,
and we hope to see it meet with
merited liberal patronage wher
ever it pitches tents, assuring
Burr Bobbins a hearty Welcome
and a liberal attendance whenev--er
he comes to Logan.
Mr. S. Clark of this place is bu
sily engaged threshing with his
steam thresher. He reports the
A Company has been ergani
zed here and began the work of
building a steam flouring mill.
Mr. Martin of Lancaster is hav
ing his water mill repaired.
On last Thursday morning Mr.
Noah Stivison while loading
lumber at the depot,his team be
coming frightened, in trying to
stop them, was kicked and drag
ged some distance, and finally
thrown violently upon a pile of
rocks from which he was picked
up in a terribly cut and bruised
condition. Dr. Butter was call
ed and had him removed to his
office where he rendered the ne
cessary surgical aid. The Br
informs us at this time that his
wounds are healing kindly, and
that his recovery will be rapid.
Mrs. Dr. Oatley was stopping
two days last week at the hotel
Elder McBroom of Guernsey
county, closed a series of meet
ings Here on last Sunday even
ing. The result of his able prea
ching was to administer the ordi
nance of baptism to fivei
The colored Baptists are med
itating holding a camp meeting
in Judge Wright's grove early
"He that fights and runs away,
Muy live to fight another day,"
Last Monday was the anniver'
sary of the battle of Bull Run.
We have among uV three sol'
diers of that fateful day Joe
Hafler, Phil Slisher and Wash
Wyman. These seldier boys
fought and were crowded ' oack
and caught in the paaiCof Con
gressmen and sight-seers who
rloaded down the armv on that
fatal day, but they rallied, and
for four years after, fought thro5
the war with distortion, and live
to-day to have a pleasant reun
ion on the anniversary of the
first adventure with the rebels.
In the evening the three voter
erans accompanied by a' drum
corps escort paraded the street.
The pavements were lined with
citizens whose cheers as the pro
cession passed resounded like the
battle cry of freedom and roused
the sleepy police into anxiety.
The Sentinel displayed flags;
Rebers explodbJireek -fire and
a regiment of Small Boys follow
ed the procession.
A reunion meeting was held
at Slischer's Hall, and an organ
ization was effected wjth the fol
lowing officers :
President Phil Ilischer.
Treasurer Wash Wyman.
Secretary- Joe Hafler.
Col. Weldy addressed the meet
ing, after which the remark of
the Governor of North Carolina
to the Goternor of South Caroli
na was suggested, and about mid
night the veterans retired to their
homest glad they an from Bull
Run talive and laugh on its an
niversary in Logan.
Master Willie Whitmore, one
of the nicest little farmer boys of
Cedar Grove, presented us last
Tuesday with a basket of ripe
summer applea, the best we have
st m this season. Willie has our
thanks for his yery acceptable
present, and if he comes in to
see us when the next show comes
to town, wo will pnt him on our
staff, with a free ticket for him
self and the other little brothers
who helped him pick his choice
apples for the printer.
On last Saturday two grain
sacks, one new, were found on
the street in Logan, evidently
lost bv some farmer. The owner
can have the sacks by calling at
Sentinel office and paying for
THE FALL TERM
J. & BEILHARZ'S
SEPTEMBER 1, '84
I have for sale about 30 cider
barrels, which I will sell che p
Jul 17 2t Yakk McCarthy.
J. G. Baughman's Dye House
is the place to get your clothing
maue nice as new. umce in tne
room formerly occupied by the
Gazette office. James Block.
June 26 4w
Yank McCarthy will furnish
bis customers with Turtle Soup
n next baturaay evening.
Circulars of information
Beselatlans or Respect.
Hall of Mingo Lodge, )
No. 171, F. &A. M.f
Logan, O., July 13, 'S4,
At a special meeting of Mingo
Lodge of F. & A. M., the commit
tee on resolutions reported the
following, which was unanimous
ly adopted and ordered to be
spread upon the records of the
Lodge, published in eur county
papers, and also a copy be fur
nished the family of the deceased
.Whereas, It has pleased the
Grand Master of the universe in
His wisdom to call from time to
eternity, our well beloved and
highly esteemed Bro. Alexander
McClurg, who departed this life
July 11, 1884, Therefore,
Resolved, That in the death
of Bro. McClurg, his wife has
lost a faithful and affectionate
husband, the community a val
ed citizen and neighbor, the
church a constant follower, and
the L.dge ene of its most zeal
Resolved, That we hereby ten
der the widow and relatives our
sincere and heartfelt condolence
in this afflictive bereavement.
Resolved, That in token of our
love and respect for Bro. Mc
Clurg, we will attend his funeral
in a body, and inter his remains
with the usual formilities of the
Order, and that our Lodge be
clothed in mourning for the pe
riod of thirty days.
O. E. BQWEN,
C. W.JAMES, Sr.,
J. E. TRITSOH,
Joseph Oldfleld was born in
Um State of Kentucky August
27, 1806, died Joly 17, .1884, aged
78 years, 10 months and 30 days
- in his early youth, he with his
parents removed to West Virgi
nia, where, 4 at the agerof 22 he
was naked in marriage to Miss
Sarah McSelfresh, This union
was blessed 'with ten children.
five boys and five girlsi seven of
whonij with his aged, wife, sur
vive to mourn their loss. .
At the age of.28 he was con
verted and joined the M. E.
Church, of which he remained a
member Until his removal to
Ohio; after which he united him
self with the New School Bap
tists at Mt. Zion Church, of
which he remained a member un
to his death. His remains were
intered in the Ml Zion cemetery,
there to await the sounding of
the last trumpet.
Father Oldfield was amone the
early pioneers of Hocking coun
ty, settling in the almost unbro
ken wilderness of Benton town
ship, near the year of 1840.
lie labored hard in the clear
ing up of his farm and the build
ing up of society, the good effects
of which has and' will be gather
ed for many days.
The bereaved mourners have
the sympathy of the entire com
munity. L. A.
To the citizens of Logan and
Hocking county. J. P. Ankrom
& Sons, Proprietors of the McAr
thur Nurseries, will remain here
fer some time to solioit orders
for their Nursery stock. Head
quarters at the Rem pel House.
Every tree guaranteed true to
name. Price of Apple and Peach
No. one stock 4 to 6 feet high, 15
c'tt each, or $12.50 per. 100 and
all other stock proportionately
low. Evergreen trees, insured
to grow. Call and see us and get
N.. B. Our trees are only on the
road one-half a day and are rais
ed in vnur own climate.
Very respectfully yours,
J. r. Ankrom & Sons.
Ckeap far Cask.
Yank McCarthy has about 30
cider barrels which he will sell
cheap for cs-sh. July 17 2w
John Meiser, at his Grocery in
Marion township, 3 miles north
west of Logan, will pay the mar
ket price, in cash, for Blackber
ries. He keeps a full line of
Staple Groceries, and pays cash
or exchanges goods for all kinds
of eountry produce.
Now Ready for Distri-
Uake Arrangements Early.
HAVING PURCHASED THE STOfcK OF
or. :e :btjt:r,:k:
SBDoa&ta to the people that I will oontinq In bnainess at Uieold ataad -w
job wiil And the lrgeat and finl ateck oX
Whips from 10c to $3; Bobes frnai 91,50 to $10; Blankets from 75c to $3;
saddles from $1,50 to 25; Buggy harness from $8 to 50,00; Draft fn-w
$16,00 to 30,00; Collars from 90c U $3, and special atteatioa paid to.
I employ nose but kll Ceil workmen and as natbtoc bat thetbeat of stock.
Snri"Und.eTXlnlne.i,y S00"8 bfore bnylnr elsewhere. Dont ferget the plare.
""" jm., jgaM.vmn. aii Kra(ii wnrraaiep. noST)
CHOGUILL & PARSONS,
t Zanesyillo, O.
Private instructions during July
O;o". HnSa . a -sis $
&kssi WB2U Is'iii1!
ml msBi lis ft I j
ma fed IU IY3Ph a .2 w i a .
In Dursnance of an order of the Probate I
Court of Hocking county, Ohio, 1 will offer
ioraaieat puDiic auction.
On Saturday, August 16tb, 1884.
at one o'clock, p. m., noon the premises,
the following- described real estate sltoate
In thecounty ofHockingandStateofOhio
The southeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section tliirty-fl ve (36), township
twelve (12), rangenineteen (IV), con t
rony (fu aores more or le
Z. V. RAMET
th. 8peclul attention gir-
Oives prompt attention to Repairing and
Preserving Natural Teeth.
The best of Artificial Teetli warranted to
sj-Ofllett over Rochester's Store.
Junes, 1884 6m
Mr. Lew Hamblin- has gone to
Columbus, where he has been
appointed to a position in the
Adjutant General's Office. Mr.
Hamblin is one of our most de
serving young men and will re
flect credit to his party, to his
county, and be a useful man in
the public service.
Mr. S. M. McMillen, editor of
Marietta Times and his wile were
visiting in Logan Tuesday, guests
of Mrs. Lewis Hamblin, Mrs M's
Dr. Williams and wile of Ala
bama, are visiting in Hocking
this week, the guests of the Doc
tor's brother-in-law, Tom Woods
Before the war the Doctor was
a practicing physician at Gibis-
onville. He went into the ser
vice as Lieutenant in Capt. Bow-
en's iuQ. B, dlst, ana served witfc es au(i our hearty prayers.
distinction,- being promoted to
Judge Wright made a flying
visit to Logan on last Saturday.
John Morrison, of the McAr
thur Enquirer, visited Logan n
Depuiy Auditor, Will Bowen,
was one of the most active of our
young Democrats in making our
late ratification meeting a su- -cess.
Through his efforts his
ward took the lead in the demon
stration. Miss Motile Mc Bride, who has
been visiting in New Lexington and
Zunrflville, returned home last
Itev. H. Heiikle, of Anror.-
Ind., visited his former congre
gation in Logan, and preached
to a crowded house on Sunday
of last week.
Mr. D. Bennett, one of t he most
esteemed citizens of Logan, died
on last Thursday morning. His
remains were interred in Chilli
cothe on last Sunday.
Mrs. E. P. Kilgore and family ef
Columbus, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Joe. Hauler.
Mrs. Holden of Corning, visited
friends and relatives in Logan last
Charley Smith of Corning, is
having a couple of weeks vacation,
and ib spending his holiday with
his friends and relatives in Logan.
Col. Mandus Reber left yes
terdayona tour of observation,
in the South West. His objec
tive point is Ft. Scott, Arkansas,
where he will radiate through
Texas and contiguous territory
and hopes to discover an elysian
for a Logan colony where post
office fights are not heard off
and where Rein pel's ale appear
in pure white and gawze wings.
Col. Mandus has our bust uish-
Notice is hereby given that the following
accounts and vouchers have been filed In
the Probate Court ol Hocking County. O.,
Zitcheuit Nixon, Administrator of David
and the same will comefan for hearing on
the i diiyoi Auk, 1884 ut 10 o'clock, a. ir.,
or as soon thereafter n may be convenient.
W.T. ACKER, Probate Judge.
July 10 3w
PROBATE NO TIC
itotlce is hereby givch that the follow
ing accdunts and vouchers have been filed
iino,Probe Court ot Hocking county,
Ohio, for settlement)
L; C. Friend, Uuurdlan of Aaron Friend,
and the same will Come on for hearing on
Ihe 4th day or Aogj A. D. lSMt 10 o'cloek
a. in., or as soon thereafter as may be con-
. ACKER, Probate Jadge.
Estate of John Havnes, Decd.
The nndersjeued has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator debonia nnn
or the estate of John Haynes, lata of Hock
ing county, deceased.
AIlllatlftiiriAtI n lrtmlntitMtAv .. I
tntA nf Pfirnllno U7otVu t.. r xr.r.t.s.... I
ifwiMtw - -- - -
the rank of Major in the 151st.
After the war the Doctor re
moved to Kansas. Subsequently
he went South, locating at De
catur, Alabama, where he is ex
tensively engaged in horticul
ture. -He is Very much delighted
with his Southern home, and en
courages all his northern friends
to come South, where they will
meet a hearty welcome,
fie visited Logan last Tuesday
and met a hearty welcome from
his many old time friends. He
will remain in Logan until Sep
tember, at which time cotton
picking begins, when his atten
tion to look after this branch of
j his business will call him home. J county,
Mr. Geo. L. Rider of Millville.
was in the city yesterday. He
reports Goodhope hopeful, and
foretells a Democratic gain at
the October and November elec
tions. Gen. Hamilton of Nelaonville,
formerly of Orbiston, and one
of the prominent pioneers in the
iron industry of the Hocking
Valley was in the city yesterday
Col. W. H. H. Fuller of Co
lumbus, one of the most enter
prising and most popular insu
rance men in the business, was
in the city yesterday.
Marrikd In J. P. Oflice, Jaly
17. 1884, bv W. M. Davev, J. P.,
Mr. John G. Walters to Miss Sa
rah Wykoff, both of Hockinc
Bstate of Caroline Walker, dee'd.
The Uhdersiitbed has been
July 17, 18S4.3w Administrator.
For the Great Pletorial Bi
BLAINE ft LOGAN.
BY J. W. BUEL.
125,000 Copies Already Ordered.
The great Standaid Pictorial History,
containing not only the most authentic I
biographies, obtained directly from the t
candidates and their fraends, but also a '
large amount of political hiHory, such as .
the origin of Conventions, history of all the
great Campaigns, the questions In Issue,
exciting episodes in each Administration,
statistics of supreme importance, rail icxt I
oftho tour most eloquent speeehes eer
maoeinnoniiDaiinvcanaiaaies, etc., etc.
tf em Logan's Thrilling War Record is giv
en in rull for th first time in this great
work, and will carry enthusiasm to the
hearts of the veterans who fought with
him. The book Ik splendidly illustrated
with Steel Portraits and nearly lUOSunerb
Engravings made expressly for this great
work. Mr. Buels itooks outsell those or
any other American writer, and in view of
mm i&ci tne puoitsners nave paid bim
93,000 In cash for the manuscripts of bis
great standard campaign history, which is
outselling all others combined, and agents
who want to secure territory and make
money rapidly should send 50 cents for
Complete Canvassing Outfits at onoe.
Dou't waste valuable time. Outfits are
now ready; complete bookn July 1st. Full
descriptive, pictorial and terms circulars
sent free on application. We wi3h agunts
to distinctly understand that this is net
an ephemereai, 48-hour campaign book,
out asiauaara msrory tnat win live tor
The south west anarter of the northwest
quarter of section thirty-six (jS), township
twelve iizj, range nineteen u), containing
forty (40) acres more or lesii in all .eighty
(80) acres more or less.
Terms of Sale one third cash in band
one-third In one, and one-third in two
years from day of sale, and deferred pa,.,
menu to be secured by mortgage on the
Adm. of David Hoey, dee'd.
Before TohnF. White, J. P. Falls town
ship, Hoc King county, Ohio'
The Austin Powder Company, sift
1. M. Bornhouse, deft.
On the 37th day of June, 1884, said Jus
tice issued an order of attachment in the
above aeUon for the imn of Seventy Eight
Dollars and 3 cents. Bald action la set for
hearing on August 11th, 1884, at 8 o'clock.
A:M. THE AUSTIN POWDEBCO.
By Bargees, Hansen A Price, arttys
6t Uia Hearti
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sat lasrots the cotStr st Btooi,
sot fcrlrWsn Cm CiiiMsa, aQsy
irritation, son Ken ScfresUt Stent Ji
less faces show fee abstooo ef Irani ta Boat
f to Blood, afes Is thftsTMt Scale. Tss
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trouble with KerrtmsWiitBsiW.ingBtlwSSsa,
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For the next Thirty Days I will close out iny entire stock oi
Summer Goods f
IF YOU WAST A BARGAIN IN
LlNEtf PANTS, OR WBltfi VESTS, MOW IS THE TIME
TO SECURE THEM,
Less Than you Ever Bought them For.
THE STOCK MCST BE CLOSED
REGARDLESS OF COST 'JO MAKE ROOM FOR
So efest sJSftMtion se smsmSmpm s4
seadSMS ssted'frttirrlmg, vtta&sfcsf, eariam
is Mi InrigelMlK QiMUsi Hinfl
Dr. J.O. Aytr fcCo., UwsH,
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will he received this week
regardless of cost
Julv 17 lm
All Summer stock of Hats will be sold
OHIO WJSLEYAN UNIVERSITY
9ca.4d ammiMOmg lnSur rr, ! to i tot eJhps at . L w is
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book will find it greatly to their interest to
correspond with us before ordering. Ad
drets HiBTOrUOAli I'UBLISHINU CO
409 N. Sd St., St. Louis, Mo.
June 26 w
To the needs
of the tourist.'
coHim Br cial-'
mach Bitters is
apted, since it
digesti v e o r
fjans, and bra
the physical en
ertriea to un-
ences. It remo
ves and pr a-
ts malarial fever constipation, dys
nesia; healthfully stimulates the kid-
pu b and bladder, and enriches and
ties the blood. When overcome 03-
f ligue. mental or physical, the weary
and uV'litated find it a reliable source
ofrftneweff (ir-gh and ooinfo-t. For
sale dy all Drups'sls and Dealers pen-
Fike. Smith & Co,
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Carriage Shop !
Spring Street JLogaa Ohio
-We art? prepared to build all kinds of Carriages, Biig&, and Spring Wag--ons.
at the veiv lowest prices. All kinds ot Impairing done. Wood Work of all
kinds neatly executed. A large aud complete lot of Finished Work constantly on
hand. . k
Carriage, Buggy and Sign Painting,
At Ihe lowest prioes, and guarantee the best job in the city. We warrant all 'our
Blacksmithing as first-daps. Also horce-shneins and everything pertaining to mi v
branch of l.ninp?s. Gall and give us a trial before going elwlire.
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