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Miss Magglo Bull Ih at Detroit,
Michigan, on n visit.
Several parties at tho Cincin
nati Exposition thin weok.
Mrs. Dr. Illhhnrd has returned
from a. throo weeks visit among
Tho docorntlons on tho busi
ness buildings nro cluboruto and
Mr. and Mrs. John nutchins
Martcd last Saturday for a visit to
their old homo in Maine.
Itov. D. 0. Thomas, tho now
minister at this place, will preach
4ii tho M. E. Church, Sunday.
Wo this week glvo tho test
questions used by tho examiners of
Athens county, Sep. 11, 168G.
A.D. Houston and family start
ed for Now York city on Wednes
day, Intending to mako that placo
Ihclr futuro home.
Mr. Fred Strock and lady, re
turned from their wedding tour
Thursday evening. Tho boys gavo
thorn a cordial reception.
Misses Maggie and Lizzlo Am
bruster in company with their undo
F. F. Rempol are visiting Cincinnati
and tho Exposition this week.
As wo go to press the Reunion
is in successful progress, the town is
full of veterans and citizens and all
are having an enjoyablo time.
Fire Brick Works went into
operation this week with full force
of hands, Mr. Will McClintock the
manager reports trade in this man
The Salvation Army are still
.holding nightly services. E. L.
Bavenport appears to have sinister
designs on a Lieutenancy. Wil
Jard refuses to co-operate.
We were pleased to moot Mr
B. Butler of Now Loxlngton on
our streets Monday lust, looking
halo and hearty. Ho was hero at
tonding tho funeral of his fatherin
law Mr. Emanuel Frantz.
Notice tho new advertisement
of Hose & Sulzbacher this week.
This firm is composed of live busi
ness men who study to plca.so their
jpatrons, and furnish goods at tho
lowost living profits.
Mr. Isaiah Frasure exhibited a
herd of fine Holstcin cattle on our
streets last Saturday. We under
stand that several parties have in
dicate a desire to Mr. Frasure to
purchase. Mr. Frasure is tho only
breeder of pure Holstein cattle in
Wo -call attention to tho adver
tisement this week of William An
derson tho old reliable book binder,
llo Is still allvo and working. If
you havo papers, magazines, old
books, now books, or any thing that
needs binding, ho will give you sub
Htanjtial, honest work for honest
pay. Give him a call.
Wo call attention to tho adver
tisement of tho Lancaster Fair, see
another column which begins Oct,
,12 and continues five days. It is
unnecessary to tell our patrons.that
this Fair is universally acknowl
nlgcd to bo tho best local Fair in
the State, but will assure them that
tho coming exhibition promises to
be tho best over held in the county.
Miss Delia Myors our most
popular milliner attended tho
special opening of Souder, Bright
A Bro. at Columbus, O., Wednesday.
Miss Myers says it was a most en
joyable trip. Mrs. J. L. Bright took
her to dine with her at her pleasant
- home, after which, returning at 2
p. m., Mrs. Geo. Bright gave her
special favors by showing her
through the trimmed department;
where she had the advantage of
many ideas in the latest styles in
R. W. Chamberlain, at Dos
Mrs. Ed James, visiting her
mother at Albany, O.
Orlando Belt has gwj,e to Par
kersburg, West Va.
Mra.F. C. James, Mrs. R. R.
Work, and Will Jamos are visiting
at Greenfield, O.
John Roller has gono to Cincin
nati to engage in business.
A. D. Houston, of Now York City,
Miss Grace Kilgoro visited her
grandparents and other friends, on
Miss Anna Kcsslor, has boon en
tertaining relatives tills week from
Ed Hall, of Columbus, on Tues
day. Adam Kline, of Toledo, soveral
days of this week.
Samuel Dresbach, and Wm Bos
ton, of Nolsonvllle, Wednodsay.
Oscar Nicklaus, of Point Pleas
nut, Va., from Saturday till Monday.
Gen. Robinson, and Col. Steel at
VloTouschor, of Columbus, sov
eral days this week.
Logan, 0, Sopt. 28, 188(1
Miss Angy Shawshal, Miss Mary
Bough, Miss Sarah Atkison, Mr,
Rilo Yates, Mr, Bert Largaw, Mr,
Joo RosJco, Miss Cathorlno Cavy.
OilA, Rose, P. M,
Frank Bradley, Secretary of tho
Knights of Labor at Nolsonvllle,
has skipped with if 2C0, belonging to
that organization. It Is rumored
that ho Is In Jollot, 111. Probably
gono on a visit.
From ono of tho mines of W. B.
Brooks & Son, thero wns recently
a solid block of coal got out which
weighed a ton and a half. It wns
to fill an order of a coal dealer who
wanted it for a sign.
James Collins, who was In Jail
hero charged with cutting with in
tent to kill James Rourk In a Hap
py Hollow saloon somo weeks sinco
mention of which was mado at tho
time in tho Messenger, had a ro
hearlng before Justico Ed Roso
several days sinco and was re
committed without ball to answer
tho.chargo of murder, Rourk hav
ing died as a result of his Injuries
which wore of a most savage and
Common Pleas Court will com
mence tho 18th of October.
Mrs. A. Drew, of Now Loxlngton
Is visiting her parents in Logan.
Tho ovuinocial storm struck hero
Wednesday night, Sept. 22d, and
tho wind blow a gale, with slight
intermissions, from 10 p. m. of that
day to 3 p. m. of the next.
Lewis Shrider has a red bird
that has been caged for fourteen
years. He does not know how old
it is, and would like if some one
would tell him to what ago the
bird may live.
Bernard H. Hope, of tho vicinity
of Hemlock, in a package of other
seeds which ho had received from
some distant placo, found ono single
grain of oats, which ho planted in
his garden, and from which branch
ed and grew GG stems, which, in
the aggregate, yielded nearly six
ounces of good, clean oats.
Tho Court IIouso will bo heated
Mr. Harry B. Poters sold his
Hurrah roadster to parties in New
ark. The Chinamen of this city are
making arrangements to open a
laundry in Logan.
The ljttlo son of Mr. Frank Pe
ters, of Greenfield township, who
was poisoned with fly paper, die'd
Lancaster lost an estimable
j'oung lady last Friday evening in
the death of Mrs. Martha J. Boyd
widow of tho late Rev. J. R. Boyd.
The postofllco has been removed
to tho Tallmadgo House offlpo
untill tho completion of of tho im
provements at the City Hull build
ing. David M. Barrett, representative
from Highland county, was ap
pointed by Gov. Forakor a young
member of tho Board of Trustees
of tho Athens Insane Asylum,
vice George W. Boerstler, of this
The I. O. O. F.'a are occupying
their new lodge room in the Delay
A decided improvement has
been made in the platform at tho
depot, by giving it a gradual rise.
Jacob Snyder while sawing a log
at his mill two miles west of town
sawed into two ono ounce bullets.
The bullets wcro found twelve
inches from tho outside of tho log.
On Thursday evening, Sep. 30, by
Rov. L. C. Sparks, at the residence
of tho bride's parents in Green
township, Prof. A. M. Sparks and
Miss Clara L. Smith.
By Rev. J. F. Williams near Un
ion Furnace, Mr. Amos Groves and
Miss Eliza Moore, Sop. 29.
By tho same Sop. 30, near Swan
P. O., Mr. P. Homer Wilson and
Miss Mollio F. Conner.
Sept. 29th To Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Blacksten, a son.
Sopt 28th. To Mr. and Mrs. John
Mathiot, a daughter.
At Mlllvillo, O., Sopt. 19, 1880,
Eliza A. IIuls died of consumption,
aged 40 years and 10 months. She
was born In Guornsoy county, in
1839 but her parents, Daniel and
Lucrotla Poters, moved to Hocking
county while she was quito young.
Sho was married at -tho ago of
about nineteen to D. W. IIuls; tho
union was blessed with seven chil
dren, flvo of whom aro still living,
Sho was an affectionate companion
And mother, and un earnest Chris
tian, having been a member of tho
Advent Christian church for many
years. Shu leaves a largo number
of friends and rolatlvos to mourn
their loss, yet not without hope, for
she fell asleep in Jesus with tho
assurance of coming forth In tho
Arat resurrection to meet them
Again. G, V. M,
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Emanuel Franz was born in
Bedford county Pa., in tho year
1804 and died in Logan, O., Sept 25,
18SG in tho 82d, year of of his ago.
At tho ago of nine years his fath
er moved to Alleghany Co., Mary
land, and at tho ago of nineteen
he moved back with his father to
Bedford where he married Miss
Margaret Mickey, April 15 1826.
After his marriage he lived 3
years in Petersburg Pa., when ho
moved to New Lexington, Perry
county, in tho fall of 1829, after
living there 42 years, in tho spring
of 1871 ho moved to Logan, O.,
where ho remained till his death.
Tho Lord blessed Mr. and Mrs.
Frantz with a long and happy wed
lock of fifty six years and soven
months, when thrco years ago
God took her to himself.
Tho union of Mr. and Mrs.Frantz
was blessed with eight children,
three sons and flvo daughters.
Tho deceased was ono of nlno
brothers of which all but ono pro
ceeded him to the grave.
Mr Frantz's earlv religious train
ing was in tho Lutheran church.
About 14 yours ago when tho
writer was holding a series of
meetings in New Lexington, Ohio,
there being no Lutheran Church in
his neighborhood, ho and his wife
united with tho M. E. Church, in
communion with which they re
mained till their death.
Bro. Frantz not demonstrative in
his religious life; his nature was re
tiring and reserved, but over cheer
ful. At times his life would spar
kle with a Hash of innocent and
Ho had a high sense of honor
truth and righteousness.
As his end drow near his religious
life was quickened, his faith in
creased, and his joy at times rose
higher. Ho desired to depart and
bo with Christ and join his belov
ed wifo and companion for so many
years. He followed the injunc
tion of Holy Writ, -'Set thy
house in order for thou shalt die
and not live."
When the end came ho was pro
pared, his bnsinesi adjusted, tho
preparation for his internment com
pleted. Having made an end of
these things ho Joyfully awaited
the coming of tho messenger, death
Being old and full of days, ho
gathered up his feet into tho bed,
yielded up tho ghost and was gath
ered unto his peoplo.
After sultablo funeral ceremon
ies at his homo, in tho presence of
a largo multitude, his remains
wore followed by a long process
ion to tho beautiful Oak Grovo
Comotory, Logan, O., where they
wore deposited to await tho resur
J. F. Williams.
Go to Georgo Ilartman, tho
East End Grocor, for what you
want in tho way of provisions.
ForSwoot Potatoos, Irish po
tatoes, Apples and Cabbage, go to
Salt, Corn and Feed at George
Coffees, Tons and Sugars at
Everything of tho best grade
and lowest prices at Ilartmun's,
This chilly weather, these raw mornings unci cool even
ings say warmer l
Overcoats in all colors styles and qualities.
Business and Dress Suits in all styles and qualities.
The latest designs in boys school and dress suits.
niiilflrmiR alinrr. nniitH snifs wit.li nlnitprl iiif.lfo.ts mifl ntlwr
- n n.trl nnnln 4V... w, lrr. nil
nf nnflp.rwp.nr. .o-lnvns. sliivts. nrp.
in still' and soft hats and a
tur and other material m caps. '
Trunks and valises in all grades.
All the choicest novelties, always the lowest
2TO BTJlsrOOnCBE JiJT OTTR,
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ext to Court House, Logan, Ohio.
The Peerless Model.
Picturesque location. Largo and conventent grounds. Ample and
elegant building. Immcnso amphitlieatro frco. A race track perfect
in every respect. Exciting running. Trotting and pacing every day.
Liberal purses and premiums in every department. Promptly paid on
the last day of fair. Horse and cattle department open to tho state.
Speed ring open to tho world. Unparalelled exhibitions gand ample
accomodations for exhibitors and spectators. New improvements.
Now attractions. Panorama of
days of interesting and Instructive
railroads. Admission 25 conts.
W. II. Hudkr, Pres.
The Old Reliable
Hocking Valley Bookbinder
Of Laurel Township, Binds
Books, newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, old books,
bound as good as new. Work done promptly in the best
manner, and at prices that defy competition
Leave orders at the Democrat office or at my residence.
If you want a gun of any de
scription call and see our now stock
Just received at Comly & Hlgglns.
If you want a feed cutter call
at Comly & Higgins.
If you want a farm wagon call
at Comly & Higgins-.
If you want a spring wagon
or buggy call at Comly & Higgins.
A full lino of window glass at
Comly & Higgins.
Call and price hardware it costs
.you nothing at Comly & Higgins.
Col. Rempol on last Saturday
sold to E. O. Trimmer, of Perry Co.
a thoroughbred Short Horn Bull
Calf about 10 months old, dcop red
In color, and weighing 825 lbs. Col.
Ilempel Is ono of tho best breeders
of Short Horns In our county and
deserves groat credit for his intorest
in tho improvement of our stock.
Tho prico rocoived was .$75.
A mooting of Prohibition Club
and all who will become mombcrs,
next Monday ovo at tho City Build
ing. Miss Dolla Myors, in a few
days will romovo her stock of
MUlinory Goods to her now store
room In tho Armstrong building
on Main St. In ordor to mako
room for her largo assortment of
now winter Millinery Goods in
Felts, Velvets, Astrachans, etc,
Just rocoived, sho will soil all var
ieties of straw goods that sho has
now on hand, at greatly reduced
rates. You can got a bargoln In
theso goods, Call and examine them
sil,, 11 i.n.t
large range of
tho battle of Gettysbgurgh. Five
amusement. Excursion rates on all
W. T. McClknaghan, Sec.
Black Jack, O
LEAVE ORDERS AT
Ceorge Fox's Moat Store,
John Ucker'8 Meat Store,
The People's Bank, or with
Drivers. J I 86tf
RACCOON COIL CO.
LOGAN MARKETS, RETAIL.
Flour, Patent J3.TO nor bill.
" I'urlty 6.U)
Corn ileal lioltoU ja lm
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WlientOttl .mi "
WhciUNow ,7U "
Now PotlltOOH ,40 "
Oreon Apple ,2!i " ,
OllloilH ,50 M II
llultur 12. 15 ' lb
iJtra ,i '
Krbb, . .IB Uox
llri'ttkfuat Ilucon ,10 b
Hums ,in "
HI'IfH .7 "
miuUcWr.l ,10 rr l
NEW FRESH GOODS,
HEW FILL DRESS GOODS.
Our Prices for the Newest and Latest Styles will bo
found Cheaper thou Old Goods can bo bought for else
where. Positively no fancy prices, only one Cash price.
Very latest Novelties, within
study economy and want the
should not fail to call and see
and VELVETS and learn our prices,
Bleach MvhUh equal to the Fruit of the Zoom at 8 1-3 cts. peryd.
Shaker Flannel at 11 ct. per yd.fZJuet tho thing for La
dies and Chlldrens wear these cool Mornings
and evening of September.
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Made by the best manufacturers of Rochester, N". T.
Every suit warranted, und at prices that beat Shoddy.
Call and see us.
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Your Fall Suit, Overcoat or Pants,
Cull and sec the Cheapest line of Wooiens ever brought
to Logan All Garments Made by the Best Tailors.
Perfect Fits Guaranteed. Elegant
All the Novelties in Season. !Nonc but the best Cutters
employed. Mending done and bad fitting Clothes refitted.
Keller Building, Logan, OJ
Two doors east of Rempol House, keeps constantly on hand
a large and complete stock of
Piece Goods, Ready-made Clothing, White and Colored,
Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Neckties, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
lises, and everything usually kept it a first-class store. Fine
Is mado a specialty, and being under our personal super
vision, wo always insure perfect fits to all our customers,
and all clothing mado at our
Is warranted strictly first-olass, and at Rock Bottom Prices,
all and examine styles and prices boforo purchasing.
the reach of all. You who
Best Value for the money
our elegant line of
COLLINS & MOORE.
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