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The Only Snro Itccclpi. for
ii P.erfeut Urn;w liiuul
A1J th,o luiniuico hits gout' out of
' ,liu ,c.oy-lyy's lfi'. The niiignllU
i .ccnl liberty he was wojit to enjoy,
i the reeklcsHiies.'i or tlit) round up,
I tliu Imlr-bretulth escapes from In-
,dlniis, tlu thousands of buffaloes In;
.saw, hid camp-fire, IiIh t'nir Indian
princess and Ids cuttle roaming it
thousand hills, nil tiro huronftur
the merest mytliH to the innocent
reporter who wandered Into the
gallery of the exposition hull yes
terday, and saw a dozen or more
savage looking eciw-boys blowing
jiwiiel music out of the Intrleate
folds of u lot of brass Instruments.
The sight shattered tliu Globe-Democrat
young man's dreams of the
wild West forever. Tliero before
him was the cowboy bawl execu
ting fi Jieuthoyoit Miiiutn, a (Jhopln
nocturne, or something of the kind,
while the loader waved a sixtcon
iucli silvorpluted, forty-four caliber
revolver over thsni for a baton. It
aviis impossible to imagine that
these were genuine cowboys, but
everyone had Ids certificate, and
the leader, who waived the six
shooter, assured the sjnall reporter
who quostjonei Mm that brave
men ufl perished in refusing to
accept the genuineness jif, the cow
Thuy oot uutjl the people
in th.e ;iext county imagine
that a Iof )f crazy barbers are out
Aomewlieru jn their neighborhood
after s.ereniidjng .the singing coy
otes. Night after night passes in
this way, until the elf-educated
musicians get an .opportunity to
burst in upon civilization and give
the friends of culture and ldgh art
a taste of their quality. The change
is a pretty good one, so say the cat
tlemen, as tliu music some cowboys
iiakc wj'U kiJI hiek rabbits at
m'nety yards, and frighten coyotes,
if they arp Inside the county line.
"What do you.iswiiig that gun
for?V the .Globe-Democrat reporter
.asked the leader .of the cowboy
"That's my baton' was the an
swer. "Is it loaded V'.'
"What for V"
"To kill tliu first man who strikes
a false note.'
Adyic.e to leaders of local bnnds:
.Get u forty.-fojir caliber revolver
and use it mighty iiuiek. Glpbe
Penwprfit. J lay lies, Ohio..
ept. , 1S8.
Ed. Ohio Di:mo,cr.at: I feu that
'Old Moss Back" asks legal counsel
through your paper of the date of
Aug. 28, concerning a criminal
prosecution before B. II. Stevenson,
imtitied "The State of Ohio vs. Abe.
Tigner." "Moss Buck" failed to
state tho charge or disclose any
other fact in the case sutlicient to
.elicit any rational conclusion. I
am well acquainted with "Moss
Back" and know at best he is only
a bungler: a man that forms crude
Ideas of other men's doings and
tries willfully to injure their popu
larity without any other reason
than sejf importance and self inter
Viit. "Jns Back" has made state
ments that he well knows to be
false: biaiomonts Hint look more
like the work of a crank than the
olior tact and judicial reasoning of
a profound J. P. I will now state
the case, and how it was disposed
of according to the evidence pro
duced j if there is anything wrong
in the proceedure gentlemen, you
are at liberty to publish it but I
don't want it done maliciously and
falsely and In idiotic style. The
case Is this: The State of Ohio vs.
Abraham Tigner, for maiming by
biting with iiftent to disfigure.
The charge was filed from Warren's
.criminal law of 1870, Hrt charge on
page 2(5(1. I heard the evidence on
both sides '.Hid tjiere yns no evi
dence produced to convict Tigner
pf biting nfrSwnckhanmier's ear as
charged. Nojther jjwiiukhnmmcr
nor any of tjip wftnessps .swore that
Tigner blf off" tlje ear. But Swaek
jiammpr apd several witnesses
testified that it was. agreeij to meet
.and flgh, oyer an old feud and that
they did jijept jit tlje place and tlmo
agreed upon, ami each lpid his ijec
pnd witlj him to see fair play. The
seconds searched the belligerents.
After which one said to lie other
are you ready and he, Syacklpim
pier, said "I am ready,'' and at It
they wont dog fashion 1 suppose.
Rwackhamiper bit first and Tigner
next, It 3 ,Hppsed, lit Swaekliam
jner. Ip the abseppo of positive
proof fif tlo bltli)gand ti)klng Into
consideration the manner In which
ft was dyne, I wnj governed )iy
Warren's, criminal epde, of 1870,
pud pi)gesQii?au) 2l!0ofOhl(t((t)'lH
lous mil cpipmnn jaw rules: where
If two persons agree tpgothoy U
flglt at flstlcutl's, and do so fight
Jioltlicp of t)oif) can io nimvlcted
)y reason, or ts qf qny nspiuilt or
buttery, hut botl) are pniUlul)le fqr
flio uftVay, J tqlfl Tlgnor I would
ft hold him guilty oftho eluirgo
for maiming but that the evidence
fpu.rpj him guilty of an affray and
lie withdrew his pica of not guilty
and plead guilty to aq affray, and
was fjued, And Syackjiaminer was
also arrested on complaint of
James Tigner for fighting at flstl
euirs aiiil biting with his tooth, and
he plead guilty to the charge and
was fined. Now, gentlemen, pro
ceed and teach us and "Old Moss
Back" something, for you now have
the whole matter In a nut-shell us It
took place. If wo are wrong we
are honestly so and don't think
"Old Moss Back" should have taken
us to task so severely.
Mutters in I'rolintc Court During flic
Month of August.
Edwin B. Vanfosser and Hester
A. Mahoney; Osmun B. Wharf and
Mary L. Bowers; Harvey lllgglns
and Alice Crawford; James W.
Scott and (Hum Groves; Frederick
Bowers and Jlose Gordon; John P.
Michel and Emma Klnghizer;
(Jharles Johnson and I Tattle John
son; Morton 1). Staid and Mary L.
Andrews; Thomas J. Alison and
Ktnmii Starkey; Enimett O. Leh
man and Ida E. Arnold; Frank
Hawk and Margaret E. (Jroolc;
Edward Iladley and Mary llan
ehnlljNoah Mohler and Elizabeth
Aurand; George Warrick and Sa
villa Harper; Henry Smyers and
Hannah Vorhees; Solomon North
and Itebecca Arnold; Willinm
Johnston and Flora Lafollett; Os
well Deibcitz and Mary Loper;
John IT. OUN, and Maggie Stephen
son; Jo-eph B. Brown and Jesnie
B. Morris; Charles F. Armstrong
and Wilmlna Sanderson; Charles
B. Todd and Olivia It. Hart; Fred
erick W. Stracke and Elizabeth C.
Kleinschmidt; George Ludlow and
Ella Ingmire; Joseph Young and
Hannah E. Deen; John A. Lewis
and Mary Fisher.
Ella Uncle on a recurrence of in
sanity, was sent to Asylum.
Inquest of lunacy held on Daniel
Illinium, who was adjudged insane
and sent to the asylum.
Amos Kline, administrator of
Solomon Yuntei, made sale of real
estate, amount of sale $lol)o.OO.
Sale confirmed and deed ordered.
Final account of G. W. Brehm,
administrator of Susan McClurg
settled. No balance.
Assignment of John W. Down
hour, settled; compromise- with
creditors. No balance.
Chas. E. Smith, executor of Eliza
beth Brown, made partial settle
ment. Bahince due said estate,
Dora BiMiop, oxuputrjx of Austin
Bishop, made final settlement. No
James (Jonnway filed his account
for final settlement as executor of
the estate of Alexander McClurg,
Wm. II. Huls, guardian of Ida
M., Jane, Harvey, Luther and Chas.
Wharton, filed his inventory and
account for partial settlement.
Sylvester Brown, jninrdiun of
John and James Terrell, settled
his first account. Ballance due
each ward, f:S(HS. 17.
Thaddeus S. Floyd, guardian of
Wm. Willemin, tiled his second ac
count. John Hnrtnian, guardian of Win.
D., Chas. J., Laura A., John T., Julia
and Henry Hnrtnian, fllud his in
ventory and first and final account
for settlement. Yi(
Michael McBride. guardian of
James P. Bright, filed his inven
tory and first account.
Lafayette Eggleston appointed
guardian of Iluldah, Thomas C,
and Luella Mitchell. Bond .fDOO.
Samuel II. Bright, filed sale bill
as administrator of Jane Pence;
amount. $27.72; Inventory, $27.'.8.
E. B. Greene, executor of John L.
Bowlby filed his sale bill; amount
Christopher Archibauld, and
Win. Cooper, declared their inten
tion to become citizens and re
ceived their first papers.
Chas, A. Ilelleiiborger and Jacob
Meyer received their final natural
Liceines of J. Wilson, of the
Presbyterian, and Win. McDaniel,
of tlo United Brethren church, as
ministers to solemnize marriages,
William Six who has been con
lined in Jail since July !', on a
charge of housebreaking, preferred
by Eugene Wolf before E, Boudl
not, J. P., of Ward township, was
discharged from custody in the
Probato court on last Monday, and
held for appearance on his own
recognizance In the sum of $100.
Ocfwsionally in the Now York
papers you will find an advertiser
muiit of a book entitled "Nuxt of
Kin, " wjiluli prpfcrisos to give n list
of moneys )yng in the Bank of
England for which claimants are
sought. Unclaimed estates in GimuI
Brltlaii do pot, however lie around
loose, and the experience of the
Ilytjes, the Toynleys and the
JonningH ought to be a sufficient
lesson to people who are building
their Holies on tlio pqsscfllon qf
"castles In Hpidn," '
OTih Silvio Fni'o to Chhiiitfo
juwl Uotjirn (til Suttu'iluy.').
The Chicago it Atlantic B'y Co.,
will Issue, commencing Saturday,
August 11 and continuing until
further notice, round trip excursion
ticket's from all stations to Chicago
and return at one single fare for
the round trip on Saturdays only.
These tickets will be good going
only on train No. 1, of Saturdays,
which arrives in Chicago at (l:l" p.
m,, and will be accepted for the re
turn passage on any regular train
scheduled to stop at station mimed
on ticket, If presented not later
than train No. 10, leaving Chicago
at 8:.'10 a. in. Monday following duy
qf sale. These reduced rates will
unable the patrons of this Hue to
visit Chicago at a very nominal
cost. For further Information, call
on or address the nearest agent of
the'conipany. S. W. Snow,
Geli'l Man., Chicago.
G. P. A.
Via the C. II. V. T. Il'y, to any of
the land sections of the great west
while you can take advantage of
the cheap rates, Sept. 7th and 22d,
1880. On the above dates the C. II.
V. & T. It'y will sell round trip ex
cursion tickets, to ail land points
in Misslouri, Arkansas, Kansas,
Nebraska, Texas, Minnesota and
Dakota. The rate will not be more
than one fare for the round trip.
This is the finest opportunity of
fered for years, to see the great west
and visit friends.
Extension tickets will be sold by
terminal roads to points beyond at
about one faro for the round trip
iilion presentation of your ticket.
As the short and quick route to
all points in the southwest, west or
northwest, it is for your interest to
start right, the best accommoda
tions and bottom rates are offered
you by the C. II. V. &. T. Il'y.
For full particulars, write to or
call on any ticket agonf Columbus,
Hocking Valley it Toledo Bailway.
For Sale by F. F. HEM PEL ami
J. X. A LTOP, Loran, O. 3m 8
Don't forget the grand Harvest
Excursions to the Great West over
the C, H. V. A: T. It'y, on Sept. 7th,
and 2 1st. One fare for the round
trip. For further information, call
on or write, C. W. ScMiwr.xici:,
Berlin papers copy from the Gar
mania an account of an important
discovery in glass manufacture
made by Friedrich Siemens, of
Dresden, lie has succeeded in cast
ing glass in the same way as metal
is cast undobtaing an article corres
ponding to cast metal. This cast
glass is hard, not dearer in product
ion than cast iron, and has the ad
vantage of transparency, so that all
flawscan be detected beforo it is ap
plied to practical use. It will bo
much less exposed to injury from
atmospheric influences than iron.
The process of production is not
difficult, the chief feature being
rapid cooling. The hardness and
resisting power of this cast glass
,nre so great that experiments are
being J ust now carried out at the
Siemens Glass Foundry, at Dresd
en,with the purpose of ascertaining
whether the material could be em
ployed for rails on railways.
If the thirty million dollars'
worth of tin annually used in the
United States could bo found at
home it would furnish employment
for'ii largo number of people and
an ex-capital. So far the tin used
in tills country is of foreign origin.
Extensive tin deposits havo been
discovered in the Black Hills of
Dakota and tho experiment is now
to be made which is -to determine
whether it can lie profitably worked
or not. A large shipment of tho
Dakota ore Is now on tho wuy to
New York for reduction. If tho
ore proves rich enough In tin to bo
worth working tho supply is prac
tically unlimited. The tin deposits
of the Black Hills, it is claimed,
cover an crea of moro than seven
thousand square miles. The geo
logical condition Is said to be tliu
same as that of Cornwall and other
tin districts. In a country that
produces nearly all the minerals
in greater abundance than other,
the finding of extensive tin de
posits might bo naturally looked
Tlje chestnut boll is causing con
Hlderable trouble. Hnturdiiy ovon
ing a youthful swain of this city
was talking to his best girl when a
crowd of buys passed lilni and rung
their lel)h as much as to say: Utfng
oil', etc' Tho y. s, got mud left his
girl standing on tliu sidewalk and
collared two of tho bull ringers and
used thorn, in such a' milliner that
will kt'tip them from ringing bells
for souo time,
JOHN E, RAUCH,
Always to the front.
The Id Reliable Shoe Store,
The very best mid latest styles
of Men's, Liidles',und Children's
Heavy and Strong Boots and
Shoes, for everyday work; also
Light, Elegant, Fashionable
for Gents, Ladies, Misses and
The Best Assortment
l()f nny store in Logan. Thq
cheapest prices and the most
Hoot, Sli ovh a u il Slippers prompt
The best shoeiiiakers of Logan
are employed, and -work made to
order. The public- has my thanks
for liberal custom, and are invited
to continue their patronage.
JOHN E. ItAUClI.
Wst of Justices of Hip 1'eiire mid Town
ship Clerks of Hocking County, 0.
Juki ii'i:s oi' tiik rB.u'i:.
Namks. Post Owicj:
K. T. Horn, (Vilur (Imvo.
A..1. lie vi no, South DIooiiiImkvIUu.
(ji'oreo W. (III!, South lllooiiilngvlltc.
.H'HTH'ES IIKTIIK VY.ACE.
Win. M. Diivc.t, T.ojrim.
John !'. Whlti', Imuran,
llcnjinillti llchont, Liikiiii.
(leo. W. Urchin, I-ognn.
I). M. KjiiikIp, I.okiiii.
CI.l:illC OF I.OOA.V HC1IOOI. msTiilcr.
.John Hunn'ii, I.ognn.
c'i.krk fioKi: Hciioor. liiHTiurr.
P. J. (looilllvo, New (lore
jitil'i:s or tiii: teach.
Albert Wfiir, Hock llrldcc.
I). It. Unix, llock JIiUIkc
Win. Cnrpi'iitnr, Hock Ilrldji'.
CI.IUIK .MU.I.VIl.I.n HCUOOI. DIHrUICT.
Geo. W. Diiplcr, '. Hock llililgo.
John ('. Wolf, I.oij.iii.
('Iiiirlcn Nimiicmakrr, (Ircomliilu.
Kilns Clnrk, Lusnn.
Ji'sruT.H or tiii: i'kaiii:.
TIhw. Hutchinson, (llliNonvlllc.
T. II. WoihIh,
Ii. Oliuliiuin. (HMmiiivIIIc.
ci.kmk (iiiiiHitN vn.i.n si'iinoi. lievnticr.
.1. H. Moichmtl, (illilsonvlllc.
JVM'IUKM Of '1 II C I'HACK.
(1. W. 1'riiMire, Iiumii.
John K. .Miiitln, Ilrciucn or I.oun.
Ucasoii llurno, Ijikixii.
ju.sriuis ok tiii: tkack.
P.M. KIomI. South IVrrv.
J. II. Itill.-Oll,
P. M. Klnyil, Pmilli lVrry.
ci.kuk i. vuiini.viLi.i! sciiooi, iii'.rnicr.
J. 11. HIllMIII, LlllllVlNlIlc.
SA1.TUUBI2K TOWNS!! 11'.
Ji'STiei:-, up tiii: rriACi:.
I). 1 1. DuvK llnynpi.
Uciijiiuiln htcvuiison, Hiiync.
J. C. Ilullcr, ( 4 ' IlnyiieH.
Ji'sriur.M ok Tin: i'kaiu:.
1. ('. Hi-mkT.on, Union Kurnacc.
V. M. Sims,
H. S. Drown,
Kilns IlnniUuot, CarlionlilM
It N. Ogttcii, Orblslon
John K. Slioit. Ciirtionhlll
A. W.Mnuk, Hwnn.
i;. G. Murtlu,
Columbus, Hocking Valley and Toledo
Taking Effect May 30th, 1886.
" Vu Siindunlsy
" Miirlon .
" Prospect .
4 40 urn
5 57 am
7 10 mil
x :i5 am
10 10 urn
12 05 pin
1 IS pill
1 lo pin
2 0(1 pin
5 :i5 pin
7 02 pin
7 :15 pm
.1 IP pin
N 17 pin
0 07 pm
10 SO pm
" 1IUIII lll'T
, 7 50 am 3 0'ipm II 00 pin
II 15 am 4 27 pm 7 IK pm
, 10 02(1111 5 25pm 8 02pm
Ar Athens , 11 alum 0 .TOpin U 10 pm
11 .11 Kill II Mpill
1 :i7pm k lupm
2 i! pill V 00 pm
4 45 urn 4 15pm
5tilnm ftii1! pm
7 00 Mil 0 1 1 pill
7 00 11111 7 15 pill 12 :i5pm
I.V IlUllll ,
S 17(1111 HllOpiu 1 .17 pm
1105 mil II 15 pill 2 20 pm
. 10 20iii10 25pm 11 lllplll
" Dp, SiiiidUKky
Sot eon nuininv of trains.
I mlii lenvliiuColuiiiliuxiit Iil5p. 111. (uorlli
omul) nuiK dully, mid eui'rlcilliioiii.'liKlceiHT
irt'lileiiKo. via. Iilnrln mill II. .V i). It. It.
HI 25 Mil 4 45 mil 4 15 pill
II IK inn 5 ii7niii s lopm
11 4Jmii n iii inn ft :i5piii
12 02pm o 22 urn ft 51 pm
1 no pm 7 15 nm ii Cipiii
1 -ll I ..tlllll , i.iiiiii
1 Till pill KU'lMIH 7ilplll
:i in inn 112.I11111 uoopiii
1 nun nri ivim; m 1 oiiiiiiiiiih at ii:;hih, hi, i mm
dally, aialcmilcK tllouxi Klcepvr 110111 (.'III.
ciiKO to (,'oIuiiiLius. Wiiulilustini nnd JJ.tltl
111010, , Illri'it iniiiii'ctlotis iiiiulii In Union Depot lit
('0I11111I111H for NdHiirk, nurxvllle, PIUnIiiiix,
Wheclliiis, llnllliiioiv, WiiHhliiiiloiiiind Plilla
ilehihSii; nUofor Diiylim, t'lnclllliMtl, IiiiIk
vllle. inn! nil polntH f-oiith ami Houthwekt.
fV0liMi connection at Toledo for Detroit
unil all polntH In MIc Ithimi mul Cmuidii.
('licriil Pimioimerillid Ticket Aenl,
' (fcVA'riu'ii'i, P'!uiiiini?,pmt,
The papers nro paid to lulycrtise our competitors as well as ourselves. Therefore ac
cording to their allowing EVERYBODY has the Largest, liest, and Cheapest stock of
tho lyiiifl in the market, This leaves the buyer to choose for himself. "Wo therefore make
the following announcements;
We make clothing to order in nil grades and guarantee the price, lit, and quantity irk
every instance, f
WE ALSO CARRY
A Large Line of Mens' Boys' and Children's
Clothing, Hats and Furnishing Goods.
Which avc guarantee to be the best of their kind, and known to bo correct in style,
finish and price EVERYBODY can't have the best, so we ask all to give us a trial be
fore purchasing elsewhere, Our stock is now complete with Fresh, Fall Goods.
HOSE & SULZEACHER
Next to Court
Chicago & Atlantic Railway Company.
Taking Effect July 11,1886.
No. .1 No. 6 No. 1 No.3.1 No.47
Ptooton ... "
I.liiiu . . "
12 29 rut)
ICItiRstiinil .. "
llollvnr . ... " ,
Akron .. "
No. Jiulson . "
6 15 No.I
Koutn ... " . . .
Clown Point. ' fi (
Hammond. " (I Ml
CiikIouimkI. " T 01
CIiIciiki) Ar 7 SO
No.12 No. S No.l0No.:) No.ifc!
4 : '!.'.'
8 SO , .
7 CO ..,..
2 35 . . .
Cmitn Point "
No. .JihNoii.. "
Iloclicstcr., " 11 17 7 20
Akron ..." ll
llollvur. . . '
Huntington Ar. 12 15
n 2 15
Hunllncton I.v I'J 50
Klnlniul " 1 22 .
liicntur. . " I 47
Kenton .. .
Trnhm run on I'-ntr.-il Stamford Time.
Tialiih iton only on sIrohI.
Trains 8, ft, 8, 12. .12 nnd 47, dnlly. All others
dully c.cciil Sunday.
Tniln 8 Ipm Pullinnn nulM sleotilutr err
Chlcno to Nuw York dully, thioiiKh without
Tndn 12hns Pullinnn Hum tSIroplni; conch
ch to liixlim anil Nt v York dnlly.
TriilurllmsPullmiui Ilutn-t Sleeping ronrh
ex from Huston mid Nuw York dally.
Tuilnfi Iiim Pullinnn llull'et Hleoner from
Nof.- York to Chlcnp) dully.
All trnlns arrive nt imd ilt'iuirt rnnn tho new
Deiulioin Stotloii, ChleiiKO.
procme tickets hefiuii lionrdlus tlin tialn,
Piis-ensti'r who uuiv he koIiik cust or wet,
III (ttul It to their lnteicht to enusult tliu
ii'-entsof tills coiiipuny, who will Klve tlicm
nil Infnrmutlon in legurd to rotes mid con
ncctloiiK. K. W. SNOW,
V. Illtov'Oll nN", General I'uKsenaer Agt.
Uenenil Munuger. Ciui'AUO.
The only lino running Palaco iSlecp-
ing Cars, Bullet Cars and
Day Coaches to
Washington and Baltimore,
Direct Connections or all Fointa
East and Saittficaxt.
The Favorite Short Line
To Cincinnati, Indianapolis,
St. Louis, Chicago,
Kansas City and Omaha.
Quick connect hum ciirotrtn mode In
Villon DcpolH with the great TIu'oukIi
I.Iiiim to all polutK 111 the Wext, Mirth-
vcKt and SouthweKt. CVAvolil all
clieulloiik ioiilri, which nccc-;slttto
ilelajH mid extra expeuso In lodging
Palace Sleeping Cars to St.
Louis without change.
Quickest Time, Best Accommodations.
Train Imivo Athenii Kiulwaril, KxprPM,
2;51p,iu; 12:10 iilnlit, dully. Local, 7:01 a. in;
1:20 p. nwi nxcviit Hiiiiilny. Wiwtwurd, Kx-pri't-H,
2;.'I7 11.111,; lOHrl a, in., dally. Local,
Rill) 11, 111,; Union, in., except Hiiniluy.
TrnliiK lenvo MoArthur JunotlQaKiifclwiuil,
Kxpivb, IMI 11. 111.; Ilin 1 p. m.. ilnlly. I.ot'iil,
ll;:s) n, m,; 12:10 ikhiii, except Huiulay, West
wiird, i:pri'"K,.'l:2'ia, 111,; U:'V 11, 111,. dully.
I.ocnl, 7;Uin. in,; U;;i0u. 111,; 2:10 p, 111,, except
Mt"l'ar fiirtlmr In format lou nnd tlio bcM
poxMlilu rates .'.pply lo Auc nt ( W. & II. rail-lnnd.-W.
Scott, Ant. at Allieim, (I. D. liwlnir,
At. nt MeArlliiir.liiiicllou.or to I-:. U. Pat
ton, TniM'lliiK PnHhontioi' AkI.i l!lilllU'ol)iu,0,
(luncr.-.l lIuiiiiKer, Ann1 fi,P,A
Opera House Bazaar
Is tliu plrtco to Hint tlie ltirgest lino of Toys, Novelties, Elegant Qiieoiiff
ware, Jiliincr Sets, Toilet Kots, Tiinvnre, Guns, Pistols, "Wagons, 13uby
Carriages, .Stationery, Tablets, Inks, Mucilage, Pens, Pencils, Cutlery,
Vases, Bisque Figures, Flower Pots, Full Lino of Rubber, China,
Wax ontl Bisque Dolls, Perfumery nnd Toilet Articles, Baso Balls,
Jointed Fish Poles, Cross Bows, Target Guns, Canes, Scrap Books, Al
bums, Scrap Pictures, Picture Frames, Slates, Tollot Soaps, Clothe
and Hair Brushes, Musical Goods, Pictures, Mirrors, Japanese Napkins
and all kinds of beautiful things suitable for presents. Also some nice
second hand Buggies for sale cheap. I also still keep the old
RempeTs Drug and Grocery Sotre,
Comer Market and Main Sts., where may bo found a full line of Choice
Groceries, Drugs, Paints, Liquors, Tobacco, Cigars, Baled Hay anil
Straw, and Agency for Bowker's Fertilizers, Cement, &v. All tho
above articles at hard time prices.
I offer to the fanners of Hocking and adjoining counties who may
desire to secure good stock of
2S2a.zx-t aEXc3xxx C2ottl&
Tho Cliancc to Soleet
from my herd of Thoroughbred Dark Red Cattle, some very fine Bull
and .Heifer calves, of vtirioiiM ages, at reasonable rates. Como nnd nutl
select now whilo there is a flue lot of extra young stock on hand.
MUM'S WARE HOUSE,
For .storing Furniture, Implements, Merchandise or Material of any
kind at reasonable rates, at Furniture Brick Building at Head of
Mnl st- F. F. REMPEL.
Viluabic Real Esiai
AND ON EASY TERMS,
Two Story Frame House of Heven Largo Rooms, Two Collars, Well,
Cistern, Stable, Largo Corn Crib, Carriage House, Coal House and all
Convlcnccs. Situated within two blocks of Court Houso, on Main St..
Good Location. Will soil Promptly at about One-Half the original
ALSO 18 ACRES OF LAND,
Within the Corporation Limits iidJolnlngthoGaHighorfarmon the West.
This tract will inako Eighty or Ninety Town Lots, and is very valuable
Land for Gardening purposes, will sell same in ono tract or divide if
desired. For further information, Address or call on the undersigned
at Lancaster, O., or G. W. BREHM, Logan, O.
G. W. ALFRED.
Best Quality of good Whout.
Farmers desiring to secure the best
of Martin's Ainbor wheat, White
wheat, Kino o proline, hardy
European wheat, for seed, eau se
cure the same of Co), Rempel, at
his ware house in Logan, Q. The
crops of the nbovo wheats for the
seasons of 1885 and 1880 have been
very satisfactory and largely bo
nod the product of the common
Wheat heretofore raised li. this
county Como an,d oKtimlli" ti
wm m mi
ai a IW Bargain
Logan School Examiners Meetings.
Tlin Ilonril of School Kxnnilnorn of Logan
Vitiligo will hold regular meeting for tlio ex.
mnliiiitlon of applicant lor tencher rurtlfl
eateH iik followK, vizi ON TIIK TUIKI) Wk.
UHT, OCTOIIKllANnDKCKMUKH nt thu omrii
of th(iHiiKjrlnttndoiit, In the nchool hulldluK
of mild Vlllauo ut in o'clock A. JIofi'och duy,
lly order of i:xumlner. '
J.H. Dtk, President,
A- II VHo,v, Clerk.