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Come to the Randall meeting nest
The Justices Courts are all
busy this. week.
Logan was threatened wiih a
rain ou Tuesday.
GuBfci HifF returned from Xebras
- kaon Tuesday evening.
Every farmer should bring
something to the Fair.
farmers and Mechanics,Jon't
forget your County Fair.
Mr. Lewis Al'en,of Ada. Ohio,
8 visiting T. J. Allen of this city.
Charley Weiland, of Wooater, O.
is visiting his parents this week.
Closed tniues, cold furnaces, evic
tion suits. Come and hear Randall
Miss Erving, of Mt. Vernon, is
visiting Mr and Mrs. Chas. Bowl
Wool growers, ccme and hear
Congressman Converse next Mon
Pro'ect the lalxsrinjiman from
pauper competition. Come and
NTohn Petty is doing Cobbling
work, giving satisfaction to all
,. his customers.
Jacob Kecfenwald of D-iyton, is
visiting his revives and friends in
Logan this week.
The valley is quiet, John J. Nor
ris lias not been here tor some days
Conrc and hejr Kandall.
Mis3 Butt, of Masville;, is Visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Wm. Owens, of
East Main, this week.
Yank MeCanhy and Andy Mc
Kinney left for- the Magnet :c
Springs this morning.
Business abo.it the mines is
Tery quiet. Occasionally -a mi
litia man shoots himself.
The 17th and 901 h Ohio Re
union at Baltimore. Fairfield co..
Jast week, was a grand success.
Nirk Wetland returned from
the Magnetic Springs on Satur
day evening, much improved in
Hon. -Sam iv-indiliwill poi
tivele be here at the grand De.m
ocratic Mass Alee inx nenxt Motr
day. Dozrl fail to liear him.
The great clmmpion co protec
tion, protection to working men,
Ir'am Kamlal', will spek in Logan
' next Monday. Come and her him.
Dr. Mansfield returned this
"week from Cincinnati, wher he I
has 6uun attending the Exposi
- si. ion.
John Lowrey. Jr., who was in
jure! on the railroad some weeks
ago, is able to be on our slsvet.
agaiu. Dr. O. C. Farquhar, the eye,
ear and chronic disease doctor,
will be in Logon t the Rempel
House. OctohertJJrh and lOih.
The Democratic Club Mr-eling-
in the different townships thus
far, have been well attended, and
give promise of large gains a!
the coming election.
Mr. Pat Sullivan, a live busi-
nessman of NewStraitsville, wa
among the welcome callers at
tlie Sentinel office on Saturday.
Mr. Tims. Weatherburn, t he
gentlemanly Superintendent ol
P:it fiend's works at New Strails
ville, called on the Sentinel stall
.Mr. J. S. Bielhorz has quit the
harness business, and . left for
Columbiana county, Ohio. He
leaves'" a number of mourners oe
liiud. Persons wanting Job Work for
1he Fair should leave their orders
at once. We are fully prepared
to execute any kind of plain and
fancy printing at vary low rates.
Mv. and Mrs. Lafe Warner
desire to return iheir thanks to
the people of Logan, through the
Sentinel, for their kind attention
during the illness and death of
their little daughter.
Read Rose fc Sulzbacher's new
advertisement this week. They
are receiving a splendid slock of
. .Fall and Winter Clothing and
Piece Goods, and are ottering ex
Mr. Jerry Carpenter of Enter
prise, will a -cept thanks of the
Sentinel office for half bushel of
choice apples. They were very
fine. Jerry, and 3-011 have a stand
ing invitation to call again.
Hon. R. E. Reese, of Paulding
co u 11 1 y , spe 11 1 a fe w d a vs among
his Logan friends last week.
Bob looks well, talks Democratic
and brings cheering reports from
his section of the State.
Isom Finley, grand duke of Car
bon Hill, bad a birth-dsy on last
Thursday. His cousin, Adjutant
General Fin'ey, and a number of
friends called on him in the even
ing and were hospitably entertain
ed. - Frank Myer, Jr., of Gainsville,
Florida, is visiting his parents
and friends in Logan this week.
He is in good health and looks
remarkably well. Frank reports
the orange business a sure suc
cess in the near future,
return in a few davs.
Fresh bread at Phil Slishrr's
at all hours
Mack Columber had his lingers
pinched while coupling cars last
week. No serious damage.
Miss Laura Mayer of Laneasler,
is visiting her brother, Henry,
Mr Phil Slisher has best stock
of Old Wines and Liquors intlie
city Give him a call.
Mr. Lafe Warner and farjilv,
and Will Case, left for Washing
ton Territory, this, Thursday
Rev. Monroe, of Washington
county, and formerly the popu
lar Minister of the M. E. Church,
in our city, was visiting friends
in Logan last week.
Mr, J. N. A'top. after an absence
of f.vo years, returns to Logan and
resumes business in the Gimblo
corner. He has bought out the jmr
iies occupying the rooms, and in
vites a continuange oflhepuron
age. Dr. J. L. Williams and family,
alter a visit of sevetal months with
his brother-iii law, Tom Woods -it
Gibisonville, returned last week to
their home in Decatur, Alabama.
The Sentinel follows tbem.
Mr. Jhn Hansen will continue
iu the practice of the law in his
present office. Mr. Burgess will
also remain in the office for a
times and until the business of
the firm is settled.
Mr. Randall will tell you next
Monday why we need a change of
administration in this country.
It is high time for a change, and
he will give you r.asoi3 f'T it.
Come to tho meeting.
We are informed tint Mr
Robert Wright has notified his
renters in the frame buildings
opposite the Court House, that
he intends building a brick block
on the grounds next spring.
To see and hear Sam. J. Randall
next Monday will, perhaps to many,
be the opportunity of n life time.
Do not fail to como and hear him.
He is an eloquent and logical rea
finer. Come to the meeting.
I c i ts. it t.i it....: '
js3 oenaior u. xvnme, ui im;iihh
wim uiiena inejamunree in u
lumbus, to-day. The Senator
will wear a badge anil will dine
with the Governor. Vr hen he re
turn': he will paralyze Sam" St.
Ulair. One day last week while Mack
Columber. a brakcm:n on the
StraitsviJle branch, was pulling a
pin in the yard at Straits -ipc.
he caught -i finger betweenthe buui
pors .-Hid had if mashed. 1' is not
thought amputation is access -ry.
Mr Blaine, in his letter to Vt
Walter Phelps, virtually admi s
that he ('id not know how 'o get
mairied legally, and had to have
the cerem nys.itl over aga'n near
ly a year later. Is such a man ca
pable of the Presidency? Tome to
the Randall meeting.
Orangeman O'Miiler, Republi
can candidate for Cougres in
this distiict, is in favor of protee.
lion Protection to the British
Government, protection to tiio
pauper laborers his Republican
Syndicate protects with Pinker
ton Detectives in the mines of
the Hocking Valley,
There will be a Parlor Concert
at the residence of R. R Work
on Tuesday Evening, September
20th. Good music, both in.-l ru
men lal and vocal, will be fur
nished. Refreshment'? will be
served to all who desire. Ad
mission, ten cents, Come every
Mr. Ed. Silbaugh, of Wiscon
sin, brother-in-law of Judge Ack
er, is visiting friends in Lo
gan this week. Mr. Silbauiih
was formerly a resident, of Hock
ing county, nrd is heartily wel
corned back by his old-time ac
quaintances. Miss Mary Ranch, one of the
most accomplished of our Logan
ladies, left on last Saturday for
La Grange, Ala , where she is
engaged to teach music in the
Baptist Female Seminary ,of that
place. We heartily regret to
lose Miss Rauch to the society ol
our town, but whilst regretting
her departure, we join with our
entire community in wishing her
a pleasant time and a successful
term in her new home.
It is reported to us that
thought-ess persons are in the
habit of carrying away the flow
ers wfiich friends place upon the
graves of their dead. This act is
criminal- It. is a penitentiary
offence to desecrate a grave. We
hope parents will admonish their
child.-en to respect the tribute of
flowers which tender hands have
placed upon tho graves of their
Since our last issue, Cleveland
and Hendricks clubs have be;n or
ganised at the following places,
viz. South Perry. Gibisonville.
Laurelville and MiMville, Messrs
Wright. Price and Lowery attend
in and addressing the. meetings.
The enthusiasm is greater than fur
The Vinton Record of last week
contains the following:
"Information conies to this place
that G. F. Gilbert forged a number
of school orders and obtained mon
ey thereon, receiving altogether
about 5400 thereon. He had an un
conquerable passion for gambling,
which prompted him to the crime.
The oiders were on Ward township,
At the two examinations held
in September the Board of Coun
ty Examiners examined thirty
eight, applicants. The following
have obtained certificates for one
F. W. Burgooli,- Laura Camp
bell, Clara Elder, Samuel Fasr,
Linda Fink, W.- E. Friesner, J.
W. H uls, Ruth Machin, Mary Isa
minger, J. B. Kiltgers, J. M.Rog
ers, C. M. Simms, N. Underwood
and M. W. Wade.
Mr. George Mark.?, one of the
leading farmers of our county,
took the highest premium on
sheep at. the Laurelville Fair,and
Mr. Pond, the enterprising Pres
ident of our Agricultural Society,
also won the first and most pre
miums on hogs. The list of
awards will be published next
The tart W Kalersf.
Our Democratic club boys, sevcr
eral hundred strong, attended the
Suite Club Meeting in Columbus
to day, armed with Hickory canes,
and decorated with flaws.
They are among the best fighting
Democratis of the State, and with
their Hickory sticks and their Haw
badges, will command the attention
and admiration of everybody.
Allen Pat licMilier.
The Republicans have nomina
ted Pat McMiller, an Irish Or
angeman, of Columbus, as a can
didate for Congress in this Dis
trict. The O'Miller has been a
candidate for about all the offices
in the category in Muskingum
ounty, and always run behind.
He started in Columbus a few
years ago and is running the
gamut with a tolerably Crom
wellian zeal, but without any
success. He makes a good can
di late, when I he plan is to defeat
One of the objects that attracts
the attention and commands the ad
miration of Democrats coiri i n g
down the valley to Ln.
j.tn is a beautiful hickory pole at
the Falls Mill, raised by Jimmy
Hwiofy. It is a model of beauty,
and stands guardian over the can
al banks, an emblem of Democracy
and necesanly a holy terror to the
The beautiful nV that floats from
its top, was maclo by the Misses
AtcOaithy, nd" presented to Mr.
Ilanofy, as a testimonial of friend
ship and Democratic regal d.
Laurel TotvisSii DcmoeiiitJc
A Cleveland and Hendricks
Ciub was organized at Gibison
vilie on Saturday evening, with
the following officers :
President J. G. Krinn.
Vice Pres. P W. Kivider.
Sec. John McBroom.
Trcas. Thos. IlutHiiiiP.
The Ciub was addressed by
jiessis Lowrey and Price.
There will be a meeting of the
ilnhon Saturday evening, Sep
The Democrats of. Laurel are
enthusiastic and confident of
On last Saturday eve Mrs Lydia
Kiim, assisted by hei brother Amo ,
and nephew .John, gave a pU-asant
birth day surprise to her husband,
Mr. Geo:ge W. Kriiu. The affair
was a p easant one, nd beneticial
to ail th;it we-e present The sly
pi 0 tec dings-of Mrs K r.rsiie lue
surp.i&e a complete suc-ess. At
about 7 o'clock p m the eompau'
cnnie flocking in, ua:il moie than
o ie hundred men. women, jjents.
laches and babies were gathered to
getlier in a bundle of ecs1-.! tie gran 1
i'oquenee bunging with tbem the
brst. the very bv&i of viands the
Hocking hills eou d produce.
The compiny consisted of the
I$laelj.ckeis, Gibetuwuitcs, Goose
crcekers, Clearforkers and Mring
towners, and as many of the neigh
boring vicinities as could join in
the congratulations of Mis . AH
enjoyed themselves in participating
iu the most edifying games of the
day for two or three liouis, until
the bell rang for supper. When
each member of the campany was
com'ortably seated and waited upon
by a number of ladies and geuts
selected to nuke a general scatter
meat ot the most edible delicacies
prepared by the fair hands of the
The supper was the grandest we
ever beheld. Chick, ji, pies and
pickle, for die ladies, cakes and
canities for the gents and babies.
After participating of die su
perfluous siipcrbundance, we busily
engiged in a generd chit-chat, as is
u-ual cusu mary on such occasions,
the happy recipient. left for their
special places of adode, wishing
Mi. K. many happy birth days, and
each to prove happier than the
WTiIl Waner, the enterprising
and popuhir Democrat of the 1st
ward, takes tho lead with his ward,
and will have a pole raising on Sat
Good speakers will be in atten
dance. The boys of the other wards,
who have not yet waked up, are in
vited to come up to the 1st and see
how live men and Democrats are
In Logan, on the 20th inst.,
Ellen Hoetexs, infant daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. L'lle Warner.
'aged 3 years and 10 months.
I J. B.
Our Candidate for Con
gress, He is in iavor of Protection
Protection to the Farmer, the
Mechanic, the Laboring Man,
but not to Monopolies.
Hon. J. H. Outhwaite, our can
didate for Congress, visited Hock
ing county on last. Saturday, and
made a speech at Enterprise at
the pole raising in the afternoon,
and addressed the Club at Slith
ers Hall, in the evening.
He is an eloquent speaker and
commanded the closest attention
from the large audiences at both
He planted himself squarely
upon the Democratic idea of Protection-.
Protection to our Amer
ican Industries Protection to
the American Wool Growers
Protection to our Manufactories,
and above all, Protection to our
He is not as the Democratic
party is not in favor ol a system
of protect ien that makes rich men
richer at the expense of the peo
ple. He is opposed to a specie
protection that favors foreign
capital and robs native labor.
He is opposed to a plan of pro
tection that introduces pauper
laborers into the mines and fur
naces, protected by the armed
detectives of a Chicago merce
He is opposed to the protection
of the Renublican party. He is
opposed to tiie protection the
wolf gives to the lamb. But he
isTn favor of a protection that
protects our industries against
the gigantic corporations of Kng
land, and our laboring men
against the paupers of Europe.
Mr. Cuthwaite made a very ex
celleni impression upon all who
met and heard him. He is a
young man of fiuo appearance,
pleasant address, geniah in his so
eial manners, upright and honor
able as a man,, eloquent as a
speaker, and as a Democrat, tru
to the principles of the fathers,
and up to the front on the live
issues of the times.
lie will come lo Hocking conn
ty again, and when he does we
bespeak for him a hearty recep
tion. AN EARTHQUAKE.
Siiglit Shock Felt in
A fAe Ten Story Shaken.
On lag! Friday afleni'K.ri. at :42
Colutnhii8tiiaa, a slight shock of
an earthquake w.-s felt in Lo. an.
But few of our citizens noticed it.
and those who did, did not realize
what it w.is, until the papers
brought 1 he news.
The. earthquake ex'endeu over a
territory bounded by tlie Mss?ss
ippi river on tho west, by the north
ern hoiuidry of Ontario on the
11 nh, by the 80th deirree ol Ion
yitudo on the e;iSt (the east line of
Ohi-) and by the p rallel of lati
tude co incident with the. sou 1 hern
b'mndr-y-of Teneseee mi the south
All reports agree th:-t it occurred
between 2:0 and 2:50 o'clock. binV
between these u"mitsth"re is a great
difference of statement. From all
acccuu-'s the shock was very fain
ly felt over I hi- large lerr tory. and
occasioned much sdarm. Tall and
he ivy buildings were rocked to and
troin Cincinn-stti, Louisville. Chat
tanooon. Detroit, Toledo, To: onto,
Wheeling aiid Dubuquo. From
these cities and from a hundred
smaller ci'ies and towns between
came reports of buildings shaken,
funiature moved, water spilled, and
pcple scared. The sliock lasted
only a tew seconds, but the memory
of it will induie till the next one
This ear'hquake. following that
in New York, and later aslight one
in Tennessee, goes 'o confirm a the
ory that they are all caused by dis
turnance of internal pressure by
the opening of gas wells in West
ern irennsyivaiiia, ouuttieastui'ii
Ohio, and Northwestern Kentucky.
These gas wells are practically rain
inture, utilized volcanoes.
Democratic Mass Meetiii
The Committees Appointed.
The Democratic Executive
Executive Committee have ap
pointed the lollowing persons,
to act in the work of preparation
for the Mass Meeting on Monday.
Committee on Reception G.
W. Brehm; Chairman of the Ex
ecutive Committee, Judge Robt.
Wright. Raymond Belt, Cap!.
Bowen, .Jacob Schwarz, Chas.
Rose, Wm. Waner, O IV " II
Wright, Jacob Weaver, Thomas
Glenn, Robert Mother, ell, and
V O Lowry.
Committee of Arrangement
Mike Keinle, W M Davy and
Win Waner. The committee de
termined to hold the meeting on
.1 . 11. .1
the vacant grounds between the
Court Ilonseaml James- 13 1 ck.
The speakers stand lo be. at the
71 'north-east corner of the Court
Committee on Decoration
John Mc Bride, Abel Carpenter,
A H Wilson.and wives of the fol
lowing gentlemen: J M Floyd, Dr
Mansfield. Mike Keinle, C W
Sehwinke,, Jacob Weaver, John
Galligher. Joe Hafler, D J Cres
ap, Chas Rose, Lewis Green, J
Keller, Jacob Fox, T F McCar
thy. Thos Glenn and the Misses
Rose Heft, Hat lie Acker, Eliza
Wynn, Clara Keinle and Maggie
Case. This committee will meet
at the Recorders offico at 7 o'
clock Friday evening.
Chairman of Meeting.Judge John
S Friesner; Vice President, C H
Buerhause, with Vice Presidents
from each township, viz : Ben
ton, John Buchanan; Falls, A
Nixon; Gore, A J Burgess; Lo
gan 1st ward, D Heft; 2nd ward,
D Ackers; 3d waid, W M Davy ;
4th ward, John Well man ; Good,
hope, Abel Carpenter; Green A
Dresher; Laurel, Amos Kline;
Marion, J S Martin ; Perry, Geo
Johnston; Salt Creek, J C But
ler; Starr, Samuel Lee; Ward
Carboi Hill, W H Lehman;
Ward Murry City, Nels Acker;
Washington, N P Ferguson, Sec
retary, C M Gould.
A reception will be given Mr.
Randall at Judge Friesner's at 7
o'clock in the evening, to which
all Democrats and citizens are
Mr. Converse will be' the guest
of Mr and Mrs C M Gould.
Think of it, Then Vote !
In the Logan Post Offico?, the
public office of the people, now
controlled by a Republican par
ty, is a poster from the" office of
the Chicago Times, the leading
Republican paper of the' w st.
T. is poster is an insult to
Democrats, but it is the opinion
which Republicans have of Dem
Read it, fellow Democrats
St udy it. The public Post Office,
the people's office surely, is used
to flaunt into your face insult.
We do not know that Eli West
had anything to do with posting
this blackguardism, but Mr. Pur-sell,-the
Post Master who runs
the Post Office, is a Republican,
and the red-hot champion of Eli
West and the whole Republican
Democrats, read that pokier,
and then break the point ofT the
pencil you thought "to use in
writing a Republican name on
Polo liaising tit Elite r
prise. The pole raising iit Enterprise on
last Saturday afternoon was n
s lend id affair.
A vey handsome Hickory pole
was raised, bearing upon its top
most branches a beautiful flag
Mr. Outhwaite adiTrea-sed Ihe
crowd in a two hours' speech, in
which he proved the corruption ef
the pary in power, and the advan
tage to ihe people that must resu't
bom change ot poer.
AIout three hundred Democrats
were present and all were enthusi
astic. Mr. Amos Kline, the sterling
Democrat of Laurel, assisted by hib
Lnei.hbors brought in 'he pole.
Superintendent Mc"nde proviil
ed I he ropes. Abie and other Car
nen'ers ably assisted. Mrs. Henrv
Kline and other Indies made the
handsome flag Isaac Mathias pre
sided at the meeting. About fifty
Democrats from Logan were in at
tendance. Judge Acker, WiH
t'rice Jude W 'ight. Virgil Low-
eiyand Oliver Wright made short
The a Hair was a grand success,
nd our Enterprise Democrats are
to be highly congratulated.
On the 18th hut., at the Pro
bate Office, by W. M. Davey, J
P., Mr. S SuirS'ing to Miss Delila
Alien, both of this county.
On the same day, by the" same,
at the Court House, M. James A.
Boal lo Miss Emma J. Alien' all
of this county.
On Ihe 21sl inst., by E.T. HornJ
J. P., Mr. John Allen to Miss
Mary Emerine. all of Benton tp. i
ZMiTI12 TO IlLVrEE5S.
Notice is hereby given to all per
sons found upon my farm hunting
or otherwise, unless on business,
will be pronueuttd to the full extent
of the Jaw. Ciias. McCarthy.
sept. 25 3w.
NoTB;E TO EBIDDBISS.
The Council of the village of
Logan, Ohio, will receive sealed
proposals for liiihliiii; the Oil
Street Lamps of haid village up
to the time of the next regular
meeting of Council ou the 14lh
day of October, 1SSL
Bids to he -tit. a price pet post
for one year, and to include la
hor. oil. wick-, lighting, keeping
lamps and glass clean and in ol
der, and ail neoe.-sary repair.-..
Bids to he left with City Clerk.
ir--1!! re-'! aiiy. : bds re
r.i ijtl. (J. U.vj.'.1'!'. 'i' h;.
. til. L'.jlw.
b'ttrtiier.i when coiniu; to ilic
city will iind that Mr. Plul. Slish
er has the fr--siiest slock ol tro-
j ,...,.;.ic ;,. ii... ;.. .,...1 .. . ,i...
it'ina 11 uitr int. dull fiix; t h
.,c, ,,,... n. :' ., .,, . -
lies! slock 01 i.ies and ljiquors.
Fie - h beer always ou tap. His
rest want comnletei
BW.L m I jmhi-iwwjme
For Sale A five octave,seven
stop Burdette Organ. If sold
soon, can be had at a bargain.
.Enquire at this office.
Sept. 18 tf.
TRY IT YOURSELF.
The proof of the pudding is not
in chewing the string, but in hav
ing an opportunity to trj' the ar
ticle yourself. Miller & Case the
Druggists. h:i9'a free trial bottle of
Dr. Bosanko's Cough and Lung
Syrup for each one who nfflicted
with Coughs, Colds, Consumption' or
A STARTLING DISCOVERY.
Mr. William Sohnson, of Huron,
Da., writes that his wife has been
troub'ed with :icule Bronchitis for
many years, and that all remedies
tried gave no permanent relief, un'il
she procured a boille of Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption
Coughs and Colds, which had a
magical effect, and produced a per
manent cure. Jt is guaranteed to
cure all 'diseases of the Throat and
Lung.; or Bronchial Tubes.
Trial Bot'Ies Free at F. Harring
ton's Drug store. Large Size $1.
AN END TO RONE SCRAPING
Edward Shepherd, of Uarrhburg,
111., says. -'Having received so much
benefit from Electric Bitters, I fee1
it nfy duty to let suffering human
ity know it. Having had a run
ning Roro on my leg for eightyeara;
my doctors tola me I would have to
have the bone scraped or the leg"
amputated. I used instead, three
bottles of Electric Bitters and seven
boxes of Bucklen'a Arnica Salve,
and my log is now sound and well."
Electric Bitters are sold at 50cts
a bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica
Salve at 2ects per box by F. Har
rington. Genera! Election
HOCKIJfO Coujsty, O., Sscpt. 18, a. l). 1881
To the Qualified Voters of Hcck
ing County, O. :
Whervas, By the laws of Ohio regulat
ing elections. H i. required by the Siientf
of his coiiutv td give notice before the
lime of holding General election, by proc
lamation throughout the county, ot the
time on which such election shall be
Now, Therefore, in pursuance of stlch re
quirements. I,' THOS, F. McCATRHY, (Id
hereby piocluim and make known that the
Second Tuesday in October, a. d
Being the tltli Day of salrl month. Is, by
the Coustiiutiou and laws ot Ohio, ud-
pointeil the il.iy on which the qualified
electors of Hocking county are' not! lied to
meet in their respective Precincts, Wards
and Townships, at the usual or proper
places designated .'or holding elections, b .
tween the hours of
Six Qilock in. the JElorenoon-and-Six
O'clock in the Afternoon,
of said d'iy, and thpn and there proceed to
vote, by ballot, for tli following officers,
to wit :
One person for Secretary of the State of
One prvon for Judge of the Supreme
Ompir-on for Member of tlie Board of
Public Works or Ohio.
One person for Congress of tlie Thirteenth
Congressional District of Ohio, composed
ol the counties ol" Hocking, FairUeld, Pick
away tinii Franklin.
One p-r-on lor Judge of the Conrt o'
Common Pleas for tii Kntt Sub-Division
of the Seveiitn Judic'al District of Ohio,
composed of the counties ol Fairfield,
'Ihrei' persons for Judges ol the Circuit
Court or the Fourth Judicial District ol
Ohio, composed ofthe counties of Ailam-,
rikf, AMiuns, Brown, U.iliia. Highland,
Hocking, J.ickbitii, Lawrence. ileig, 3ion
roi, l'ickaway, Ro-s, Scioto. Vinton, i:id
One person for Probate Iudj.eof Hoc-kltig
One .nersoi tordt-rk or the Court of Com
mon Pleas of Horking county.
Uni; person for Trosuier of HocKing
One person for Commissioner of Hocking
Oue person for Surveyor of Hocking
One person for Infirmary Director ot
APPOINTMENT OP JURORS.
And the Trustees of the several Town
ships ins ild cojiity are hereby notitif-1
tti.it tne following, number of Jurors are
apportioned totheTownships respectiv.lj
and tli.it they are required to select the
said number and make leliirn therco! to
the Clerk or the Out t or Common P &in
together with the Poll Boo!; :
Benton township 10
Kalis townsl-ip ...11
K.ilW township. Gore Precinct !
" " 1st ward 7
" " 2nd ward... ..... 7
" ' 3d ward
" " 4th ward ...4
Goodhope township 9
Green township l-2
Laurel township ....... a
Marion township u
Perry township, n
Starr township.. .. 9
Salt Creek township y
Washington township s
Ward tw'p. 1st (Carhonlnll) precinct IS
Ward tw'p.'Jnd (Slurry City) precinct IU
I, A.McCourtney,CIerko'Coinmon Plea
Court; herchy certify the above to be a cor
rect :ippoiuoiinu-nt Of Jurors for eiicli
Town-.:iip. aerordins to the numjer o
main inh.tbit.mLs therein of twei:ty-oue
years of age.
Given under my hfind, at my othVe, ii
Logan, tliis Ijth ly i'SciteniI)er. lt'SJ.
T. F.McfJAItTIIY.HiieriU ,
Notice to Fleirs.
The State of Oalo )
IlooWiug County sa. j
In I'ro'oa to Court
In tiie matter or tlie lust Will nml Testa
ment of John Cni'.vionl, ileceiseti.
To Altlg.il Dill, S trail Fnrgiison anil her
liu'-biiml William r"urKUon, Junes Craw
onl, M ir.v Ileinlein amlJ.imas II. IUin
lein her husii.iml, Aiuiretv V. ('rawiord,
Lucy Crawford and Lucy Ann UrstWtnrtl,
willow: You arc hereby notitled that on
the 21it fliy of January, 1861, mi instiu
nient of wntinir nuriiortiiist lo be tlie last
will anil lebt.i:ii..-nt of John Craw'on!. I
ilciiseil, was pro.Iuce.I in open e-tilrt. ami
ana plie.ilimi t admit the .inn- to Pio
h.ite, w.ison Uj.o 1 tlay ofSfnlcmher, I.SW,
made in said Com t. S lid :iirl:catinn wilt
betor hearing bi-lo-e this Court, on the :5d
day of October, A. 1. i.vst. at 10 o'clock a.m.
W.T. ACKUU. Probate Judsc.
Xotice Ii hereby given, that the follow
ing account and vouelieis I: tve been Hied
ii: tin i'loh ite Court of ilocksu county.
Ohio, for yettleiiKiit,
HcttiV Tiintmr" 'l M'li in of ?h:r.n in
i: iftei ar.-t .M .it i.J .S.i.itler,
a id Mi mt- v.'ill film- i:i ti.r he.;rin n:i
ilii'iju: ii .v I' t' er ftl t '! 'o!-".-i.
a. in. i as. ,11011 iln.r. .i!ic.i i:i-iy i.e .(
veinon. W.T. AOri.L-11, i'ldb.Ue Ju ge.
Estate ol'Ueo W Lehman, (it-e'd.
The undersigned !ms been appointed and
qti.iiilleil us A ininistrator, with tlie WiH
annexed, o! iheotiiteol (liO.W. I.t'liiimii,
late of llnckins county, ifet .iisl.
WW:. A. WUIUHT,
September C5 3tv
tJUiMKiejahaamuj.ia aaagLg. j-'rygggajyTMwr:
A Sew JAmd f .B&S.2ESS ! In all the
aleI52s sEsd colorings : Also, Motions
Hosiery asad JB?acy xood9 Woolen Good
at JLweF IPrlces fthttn ever.
We are better prepared for ihe A.nt5inn
SusSsaess of Igfi lhan ever before or
Stocks are large, the variety greater nniL
prices are lower. v
Fike Smith & C3
OLD WATV ' new WAK.
aSyWe are prepared to bnilfi all kinds of Carriages, Buggies, and spring Wag
ons, at the very lowest prison. All kinds oi Rgpairing; done. Wood Work of all
kirulsneatlyx..Ml. A-lRigv.--.tiiTrxwti:pit-ie iotoi IinsiT8itWuiK crrravwtly.cia
Jiand. Carriage, Buggy and Sign Painting,
At the lowest prices, and guarantee ths les"t jwb in tl-'e city. Wo wprraet all enr
Biucksiniiiiiiiir as fir-t-cla?. Also hoY'fc shoeing jnd everything pertaining to n "
aneh of business. Call and give us a irial beibra s;injr el.cewhere.
April 24, 1S84 ly . "" IKE; SMITH & OO
A CRY FS HELP ANSWERED.
bunsx c&nsnszsvan mMnnr
A PGSmVF. AMD
erBi w sa FAta ty
E 7 s V. EJ ACT TS'TS.
HT. wL; s i? rJ s. r-Z..-, i. K-, v5 bL "5C3 3i
To the Wives, Mothers, fj:.-tZ Sitidrc nf Drinking Men:
It lies In your own lmn.1s to sayc :"'e tuslMr. n. or bri-:hT Jrrm tho nwful disease of
drunkennsw. Thu (Soitim ffjmfjfn cni t a :--uur.t nithout the Knowledge ot the
patieut. jGjr mlittplu yZf:u tr t'4 iw,..,tf. j- - ,t ;f(.iM offaoUordrinlc,UM
presence tv::i not bn!atceii-i rsfirr - 'osij !riio:i,aj after a fswdaya
TAKIHS A DUltii OF L:3JX i A PHrtlCiL M 'POSSIBILITY.
Crnukenncss 13 a SisrasK, rnt vrtncJ. ?rirci-''.r t ?;.r-t!t( for alcoholic drinks
must be cultivated; tut w ben the irnfi'irhoa" fori.i4. tt i n:iclt a disease naitny other
affliction for which nKiicipellali:,aiU;c.J.
uiaoiisura won wifc;i a u.:iiin e:'.u5 ska "k "po.i c. ;crn sna crHTin lor cucoaot.
Pledges, temperance 'tcUir-, "i!rc-.Jfi n:i 'it., ' r.-r. rsoMtioDs rII are futile. Not
one man in a thsusan.I can wltrnL.r.J i:- :;
cause nc is puysicii;)' wcis. Jif io-iw u tr-.? rt:iin :mm tatlnij loo-l alter a lamina
with a bauquet at blahJ.Cb iwJmj iiw. hunpr .?; l.i itiivfjl cravlDsrlorllqoor.
THE SPECIFIC Af2 UQWi CM .1-:r.'.!Sr .' r.V SYSTEM TOGETHER.
It would bcamulnc, ."J!it aw -iltIf--J. to wttcli tha aat l nTtotn tho Specific has been
given without fcisLnoMM-je. iiii,t'ii.' rnt. v.: 'k r-nl-iTg tht fie good work Baa
Begun, he i-ourao'ithiadrii.1--. lie -.va:.o..jj !..: .;ij'r-. ITj- next attempt, he ealaes
the liquor to hU lips, fcrls it oOuin I.ii Riir . s.ail vi f c!s lioivn, usually with the
remark that norai-Low, i kk s "'t vulsy b
Meat protratu.no' ;.:j Juju. ui.i-viTet:
luo Cilia ui.o never i.uc ui l:ci.s u;
Cart ytra afford to aeciort thu ta-.n-ii)! vh; th h-jth-ia-s. .a, or broiberr As certain as
that you love and desire u acv .iiv f t- j .;--. 3 i.mn .! wallleryou the means to ac
coruplisli such n rcKiilt. Jnurti -jf itu. i. i.mri-.!,- : lnve. psaylnc for the help that does
not coma; Instead olputtiuuueiukacit uur..a :. xyiiuui of p.t Jkjs or reform,
COiV?S TO THS SESCCH VOUK3SLYES.
Yen can administer tuts rrmci1v q.af.;: , r-natir. r.r.i -.i..ot tio patient's knowledce.
Mt never fail, and the cure is Lintd. Vc- tivi n t i.-".t .i it.
Inhundredsof casva where Ur. jivuirttaa cd:uir. n.-i'J tUe remedy in his own practice.
mere ircr una u.-oi n ihiiuit. .;e-iiii.-.t-.t.r.n;-.'-''.5i.aicauomes,sunennK
wives and children, every iiu:int-tt hi.mo:jIty,risiiJ i'i.t tue mtieat publicity be given
this greatest of all bencSciit (Us.-v:ii-i. liiro'j at a t:r wtioh .v 1 1 enable us to accom
plish eucU a wcrk, w hlle net phicint' (Li.rbnie.ly i-.-yonJ tU rbtii of any oue. The Specific
Is prepared In powdered form and Mit tip in uiciu;n f - ra-iillriir.xr slnppin? by express.
Especial care , taea that the iftnimtscn't n t be W.n jo.1 many but the party addressed,
as there are many wh3areccniitiaon tma t-n.nt; tus.'l-.:i!tt Us nature be known mh?ht
frustrate the plans for Itsadniin.strcti.-i. Or. c-i -.iil eure any ordinary case. Two
packages will cure the most obn!iin.t m'. Tit in w-,f t pir. ct'-jruiiteetl.ormonev
refunded. filJCXtiz Our tMcUtc X).- n:i. :t-;i'.:ii,eu. Tw faeluicc wt
One Order, 83-00. bend Jfoney by 3:-K-nr-J J.riii-r, licpresa, yostul Koie, or Money
Order. Address such and main joa. fixyab!-.- ol.j ij
GOLDEN SPECIFIC &., IS- Ifaca Street, Cincinnati, 0.
We do not parads In juMii print the nTr;4 cf tluit
Tne luuowmg are cAirxjw, mj on;i3;u u.r5, itu t ,i:;cv'-fu, ociun liirifionroajr.
O'ecton, otto. Our son U&ifLiil lUuki U ti Gvd uil Uut iroltieu pvxniic. Ciery wunloTjoar adrertlsesKnt
VUwclmnd, OMo. M7 husbacd is erred. .a4 hrjaci not know iliocac-v. II Udci h5 hts prored hlflalf ahem.
Not ones did he suspect us HcJicintf wa iu Lu cuuee a he daiL 1c. lie cuw wonders b o man weak Ibola
Boonvxllc. Ind.VoT fifteen j-ars ny husband rails ocr Us & cur. He would not reform If hecontd. Your
blessed remedj has worked a miracle la hi rae. I told fcici jt-ocnl hzt I Lad done, and be sajs no will never
rfrlnk anln thLth?oal(l not If he waited to.
ChrtAaf , Mo. I sot a douMe de. Mr i :fd yim It r nv
tne medicine to aee if 1 could reform. 1 sutferj-l ua nznn, nd
seen. as. no are me nappies uumiy in me aw:.
'FOR AIX CIJ.1XATES,
rJ L s'Sya
IRM f;AT;iif:HP cdpp
w-t vninfauu?Si i iibu rsos tun.
IfuirTmBs: HIRAiV. SIBLEY -
After a. taorouph trial of the
uwxi xukxu, x ta&e pleasure
in stating- tnat X nave been
. 4-Jtr-Y- tifiTW!' mil1 tt't'iiM T. imIT7'SiT i'i mt ' irf. WfcWi ifcili'-
creatly benefited, by its
use. aitniaters and Xtib-
xtc pea)ers will and it
or tne greatest value
1 where a Tonic is neces
sary. I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
agent, possessing un
doubted nutritive and
Louiml U, JSy., Oct. 2, 1S32.
VB3SWB K TBZ DB. HAHTEK MEDICINE CO., 213 8. UM 83L, ST. 10013.
FAMOUS and DECISlUEbflS
BvOAPT.KfSO.tT.S.A. IIISTOKYri:S5ITnEllATTI.n.Fr?rr.T. :i.i Vi(iimliu.i,iii.
destroyed in a diy. How Faos r l)uo.ter !i tame I on 3
(ETMrUe t nn for fall drt.ripU'ji Mid tsrxj.
TRXTSCH & STIBRS
PATSHTSDAUeUBTM. UHl BY B. L. KgTB. fHUMI.
z :j.;??t A'rvra
ifca?:-jS!'.i ts?s ta
ZAZiCAL (itm FOR
."" i i rr, s? vr
3 Ort' W PSiSn
..-rj- nerv, tlucuMid Doreof the body Is but
- , i. -. v-i.s - his net the desire, but be
- m' i.vn tins c,ittMct he is saved. So
nil aj-j Jr tae a'nis id no more a druok-
i'r,j.-r. ij i;ra tui'ermaiwiu.
ug&c xprrK.ns- r-.Tipu ta.ni to write as grateful
In ray coTie wUtont my knowlsdje. whH I bad ordered j
tea wn coicred tctc after uy cure, joa saoald havo j
ALZ. SOULS, AJUL CBOPS.j
& CO. Boch ester, N.Y. Chicago, UL
toxide of Iron, 1'tmiviai
a palatable form. For
Itebilitif, Xoss of Appe
tite, Prostration of Yiiat
rowers it i indispensa
I ?r X"TV!i4ilMJ9!BBHBiSBl
BS!QICIl?t9 j7 ""Ji.iviwnuui,
J-ff , Jf,B.J,
w a consider ii
f a meat excellent remedy for
Tjf uie ueni ntateu. yiuii. iorcea
s.splo CunMMl, A Grand Hook fxr Otil ud Twiihj. !'
AiMitNt. C. MiVGUDV i: CO.. :inMniI n
.'j-w-iri.rr?rrri2' .1 "MHfc
lsS Z. V. IUXKY
"Jivepromptattention to ftepairlnsantl
KxtractiiiK lVeetli. Special utt? ntiou giv
Preserving Natural Teeth.
The best of Artificial Teeth Warrant? to
give tntt:f action.
cs-OfRce over Rochester'!. Store.
June 5, 1631-flni
Matthew A. Thompson n-l:oe place of
-eitleni-e V- unknou'n.wiU t.:K!icucetliit
n ti:e 'Ji.st day o;" Apiil. A. li. HsSS, itminati
:. Thtirnj.Min Hied her petition i.giiin&t
i. :;i, iu .iije No. 1-17, in tiie Hocking ti.i
ci. Common Fleas Court, rhatviliu him
.it!i nauitii. drunl:eiines for v.i.rc than
irec ye.il, I e ore the l!!l:iK of s-aiil f-eti-:.m,
.uni estieme cruelty, and inyiiig
hithlie in ty !e divorced from nii ile-
ndaiitou the final heuriiiK if?uiii cause.
d.ild intise a ill be for ln-urin on and ar
ertln tlrt i'iiv of the next term of said -iurc.
Sovetimer I7tn. I"K4.
HANNAH K. TIIOMPSOK.
Veldv& Price. Attys.
Sept.lt, lsi liw.
Notice ol Asicnnient.
To the t.hal:orsoriHii.otly Broiliers:
You will u.Kr notice that r ttn-SitU dy
iif September, isst, the undvrsi;neii Aw
l.;i ee Wiil.al the uftn-oi Uurgtu. i Hi o-
ln, Altoruejs it! Uvr. t:i the Viiln-ri-of
i.og-n,Huclii.; o'ttPiy, Uliio, m.st iuy
uent ot ucli ilf'MeUi.s ls liave liven ur
1 .red by the Hsib-ife t'onri 10 creditors
iititled t.i r,-ie.e ttie-.!:!!!".
Asslcuueo: iiubony Utoi.
t-' pt It -3t
s"ti-e N iiereby given that the fellowinj
cco.iutsi:iil vouchers have been ti.ed in
::e t'rub ito fourt oi Hocking County. 0.
ij-iri.e V. vUrcJ. HU.irdiun of N.iiicy
ml t.liw-s.itne willcomtj-jn for hearing on
.lerjlh ny ot iXt, IS ..I IU o'c.ocli,.i. Iu.
.rassouu t!ur..'ters.s may beconxenient.
V.. r. ACKKU, I'rob.tte J Kiisei
S-: t !! 3W
Amiiv- U. .rown's Esla'e.
Tiie na'"rs!iwil has. been nppr.intod
m'lni tide, is Aduu:iMr:itr ol the
tato of uiile C.Iirown. iei-ePstfil.
JOiiS O. KICIXN.
S&X)t 11 37
. Itir-i table K.-.-Jtlfn?e for fc'alei
I a r r 'B v b cv ire stars Fr.tn Tfouie
i i n-i'; .'( '.....iiiuu, r.-r siKruiiUiu-i-i
it'ku.., x.e 1 tit. -.I.e.. wtfti cott-jr, c:s-j-i..
wJ ti.i ..utnoUxu.. "the ft'j)'er:y
it! co -4. i i.s.p Hit-" v-vr ti.;ow
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xy mliTs. ll.au tiie f-e-i..t:iai ImU
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