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THE OHIO DEMOCRAT,
Circuit court began on Friday
John Ilochostor lost lila Jorsoy
cow last weok.
Vic Tonschcr of Columbus was
in tho city Thursday.
W. II. McClintock is In Clove
land, O., tliis week.
Tho repairs on tho M. E. par
sonago are completed,
Harlow White had lila watch
stolen at tho Lancaster Fair.
Allen McClelland, of u South
Perry, was in tho city Tuesday.
Michael Kreig has been quite
111 this week with malarial fever.
Tho editorial page of tho Lan
caster Eagle was pied last weok.
Havo you examined the pannel
Ing exhibited at Reber's drug store ?
Mr. L. J. Burgess is in Missouri
attending the sick-bed of his father.
George Armbustor and "Bub"
Mongomery spent Sunday in Adel
phl. Mrs. Ed Culvor, nee Bennett, was
visiting in Logan tho first of this
Mrs. Amanda Funk of Illinois
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Silas
Mrs. Martha Stultjs visited rel
ative's fcear Ewing, a day or two
Circuit Court commenced yes
terday morning, the Judges being
. Miss Blanch Ambrose of Lan
caster was among friends of this
city on Sunday. i
Go and enjoy a good hearty
laugh by seeing Little T" "&t on
Rev. J. F. Williams, will preach
in the Presbyterian church at New
Wait Norris, brakeman on 41,
of the River Division, was ill the
fore part of this week.
Before buying your fall suit,
seo Rose & Sulzbachor's magnifi
cent lino of piece goods.
If you would laugh and grow
fat, go to tho Opera House next
Monday night and see Little Nug
get. Hon. M A. Daugherty and
Judge Jos. Olds of Columbus wore
in attendance at the Circuit Court
y Everybody who loves real funny-fun
should attend Littlo Nug
get, at'Rempel's Opera House, next
Go to the Logan Grange
Stables, and seo tho best lot of fine
wool rams, that was over raised in
Rev. Father Cady delivered a
very excellent discourse on the
occasion of tho funeral of John Mc
Brido Sunday morning last.
Miss Rose Heft has returned
home, after a pleasant visit among
relatives and friends in Miami,
Franklin, and Fairfield Counties.
Littlo Nugget will be at the
Opera House on Monday evening.
No one should miss this opportuni
ty of seeing one of tho finest shows
of the season.
C. L. V. Hoke, of Van Wert,
Ohio, who is well known hero was
. married the 14th inst. to Miss Buck-
ingham, of Ada, O. May they have
a long life of happiness.
The funeral of John McBrido on
Sunday was one of the largest ever
had in Logan and spoke well for
the regard felt for him and family
by the community.
On last Wednesday, Andrew
Carpenter, whilo driving a stake
near a fence let tho ax turn, which
entered his foot and made a gash
several inches long, severing the
leaders and arteries. Dr. Campbell
was called immediately and dressed
the wound. At present ho is doing
as well as could expected.
On Monday Dr. DolHson went
up to tho south-west part of Good
Hope township and made a medi
cal examination of Xavior Sailo
who is alleged to bo insane. On
the same day he also mado an ex
amination of Mrs. Watts living in
V Good Hope, near tho State Reform
Farm. Both parties aro alleged to
bo insane and proceedings aro pend
ing to commit them to the Asylum.
Wednesday morning Bishop
Wade, of Marlon township was
severely injured by tho explosion
of his shotgun which ho fired off
preparatory to going out hunting,
the powder burned his loft arm
Bovoroly, and a largo piece of tho
gun stock was driven into the flesh
of his arm a connldorablo depth
from which it was removed and
tho arm dressed by Dr. WrJght at
Mr. Joremlah Carpenter, of
Marion tp., is going to start to Kan
sas noxt Monday on a" vialt of two
or three weeks to relatives and
friends, Jxr Carpenter besldos
being ono of tho rolUblo Democrats
tit old Marion, is ono of tho most
enterprising farnlors of Hocking
county. Ho lias this season put up
and stowed away in his capacious
collar S25 cans of different kinds of
fruit, plums, chorrles, peaches,
pears, black-berrlcs ot6, besides
elder, winter apples, potatoes nnd
other farm products, in abundance.
Wo aro pleased to know that
Mr, F. A. lllekctts, who within tho
last month, removed from this Co.,
to Jefrorson county, Ind., is highly
plcnsed with his now homo. Mr.
R. wns ono of our most respected
citizens, honest, sober, industrious,
and an accommodating neighbor,
and deserves tho rospect, and good
will of every man, woman nnd
child in his now homo. Tho neigh
borhood of Dupont, Ind. has gained
n vnluablo addition in tho family
of Mr. Rickets. Wo join his host
of friends hero in wishing him luck.
Tho county jail is empty.
Common pleas court next Tues
day. Thero wore forty-two arrests
made during tho fair.
Burglers made an attempt to en
ter the house of Mr. Levi Hito ono
night last week, but wore frighten
Drilling at the gas well will bo
resumed Saturday. Tho casing is
about all down, and every thing in
shnpo for n continuation of work.
Rov. T. S. Huggart will bo in
stalled as pastor of tho Presbyter
ian church on Tuesday next, tho
event to be celebrated by interest
Burglers made an attempt to en
ter tho residence of recorder Purido
last Wednesday night but were
frightened off before accomplishing
Major Sam Schaeffer, who was
badly hurt by being thrown from a
buggy in Kansas City a week or so
ago, is getting along finely and will
soon be enabled to be up nnd nt
his business again.
War is about to be made on tho
English sparrow, wo seo by the
news from Washington City, and
tho verdict comes none to soon.
A few more years would seo tho
pest an ovcrwheming one.
The nearest approach of tho
grand success of tho Fair this
year wus in 1882, when the gate re
ceipts on Friday reached $1,207.76,
and the total gross ..receipts came
up to within about $1,000 of this
Jacob Goble applied to Judge
Busby for a marriage license last
Friday, but forgot tho nnmo of the
lady he wanted to marry, nnd he
had tomako a tiipdown street nnd
hunt up some of his friends who
know her. Tho lucky female was
Mrs. Lydia Grior.
Tho gate recolpts for tho last four
days of the fair wore ns follows;
Wednesday, $375 Thursday, $9o0
Friday, $3,500 Saturday, $3,440
Dr. F. L. Flowers and wifo made
a narrow escape Monday evening
while coming in from tho farm.
In some unaccountable way, tho
vehicle in which they wore riding
gave way and went to the ground,
and tho horse, a splendid one, took
it into its head to do a littlo kick
ing. Tho Dr. was considerably
bruised, and received ono ugly cut
in the head, whilo tho lady escaped
with nothing worse than a very
Alex. McCall officiated as starter
at tho races.
The rocoipts amounted to ovor
$500, at the Episcopal ladies dining
hall iu tho Mumnugh block, last
Hon. Jos. II. Outhwaito was a
distinguished visitor on tho Fair
grounds Friday. Ho made many
friends during ids stay.
Judge Wright took Judge Frels
ner's place on the bonch at Now
Lexington, Monday, in a case in
which Frelsner was interested.
Tho clothing store of Mr. Jacob
Hito was entered by burglers Snt.
Willie Mr. H. was at dinner, and sev
eral coats stolon. An entrance
was effected from tho rear of tho
A barn on tho farm of Mr. A.
Eversole, Just south of tho corpora
tion lino, was destroyed by fire
Saturday evening togothor with its
contents consisting of agricultural
implimonts and 40 tons of hay.
Tho loss will amount to $1,800.
Covered by $1,000 insurnnco.
An organization of tho Now
Lancastor and Hanitlon railroad
will bo porfucted Monday. Only
twelyo slmros, representing $000,
aro not taken, and tho goutloinon
who havo tho nuittor in hand havo
tho assurance that this small
amount will bo taken boforo that
Jimmy Robinson tho Republican
candidate Socretury of State was
circulating among tho crowd Fri
day, Wo fallod to learn whothor
ho mot In his rounds of hand shale-
ing3 say warmer
lug any of the old farmers who had
been taken in on the Bohemian
oats swindle. James, you know as
Secretary of State issued, certific
ates of incorporation to thoso gi
The Solvation Army is going to
attack New Strnitsvillo this week.
Common Pleas Court convened
at Now Lexington, Monday.
The potteries of this county have
had tho most prosperous season o
their existence. Tho large fruit
crop caused it.
A sneak thief entered the resid
ence of Father Noon at Somerset
and carried off $50 In cash.
W. L. Mnginnis, of Zanesville, a
former Somerset, Perry county boy
has been appointed Chief Justice
of Wyoming Territory.
It is now given out as an assured
fact that the Ohio & Western Coal
and Iron Company will put Flood
wood and Orbiston furnaces in
blast as soon as they can bo gotten
John R. Mcloy, of tho Herald,
was, on Monday nppointcd post
master at New Lexington, vice J.
T. McMnhon suspended. Mr. Mc
loy is a clever gentleman and will
make a popular and efficient post
master. William MeKennn, a coal miner
stealing a rido on a coal train be
tween Corning nnd Rendville,and
got his legs and ono arm crushed.
xVll of them were amputated on Fri
day. Francis McCambridge, while en
gaged in cleaning out a well at
Now Lexington, fell to tho bottom
in consequence of tho rope breaking
receiving a cut in tho back part of
the head of a very serious character.
Tho editor of tho Somerset Press
says ho has not timo to notico all
the liars that are talking about him
and remarks: It is only tho chron
ic cases wo get tired of and aro like
ly to notice.
Mr. Chns. A. King, was taken to
tho Columbus Asylum last Friday,
having been adjudged insane by
tho Probato Court.
A mutual protective benefit asso
ciation, known as tho independent
Order of Mechanics, wns organized
at Red Men's hall Sunday.
Dr. N. Potter went to Clovelond,
Tho Common Pleas Court exam
ined tho papers for tho extradition
of Frank Shook this morning, nnd
ordered that ho bo placed in tho
hands of officer Goodsqn, who start
ed for Piatt county, III., at noon.
Detective Shulzo of Columbus,
has boon gottlng In soma effective
work In this county against tho
violations of gamo and fish laws.
Through his efforts seven porsons
havo already boon fined $25 and
costs, nnd live poisons havo been
bound ovor to nnswor to the noxt
torm of Court. Tho fish and gamo
club proposo to put an ond to vio
lations of tho law, aud havo secured
Mr. Shulzo one of tho most efficient
dotootlves in Ohio to aid them in
L'OOAN, O., Oct. 10, 1880.
Mr, Joint Ray, W. J. Ollzbo.
Cu.H, Roftjj, P. M,
weather, these raw mornings
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.
Childrens short pants suits with plaited jackets aud other
Odd coats, vests and pants for men boys and children,
Large variety of underwear, gloves, shirts, etc.
Latest shapes in still' and soft hats and a large range of
fur and other material in caps.
Trunks and valises in all grades.
All the choicest novelties, always the lowest prices.
3STO IBTTILTCCXMIIBE .A.T OTJK STCXEIEJ.
Next to Ooxxrt House, Logan, Ohio.
The Old Reliable
Hocking Valley Bookbinder
Of Laurel Township, Binds
Books, newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, old books,
bound as good as new. Work
manner, and at prices that defy competition
Leave orders at the Democrat ollice or at my residence
. .. . Blackjack, O
At tho M. E. Parsonage at South
Perry, Tuesday, Oct., 12, by Rev.
L. C. Sparks. Mr. Edward Shaw to
Miss Mattio Sparks.
By G. W. Rrohm, J. P. at Logan,
O., Oct. 19, 1880, Mr. Joel Willson
& Mrs. Rachel A. Montgomery, all
of Hocking county.
At tho Lutheran church, on Hun
tor street, Oct. 1 1, 1880, by Rov. L.
F. Moltler, assisted by Rov. 13. F.
Schillinger, of North Heme, F. W.
Dnnrow, of Duluth, Minn., tojtfiss
Lizzlo C. Hartmnn, of Logan.
Ewing Oct., 21st, 1880. at tho re
sidence of F. M. Gordon, by E. G.
Martin, J. P. Mr. Pemel W. Ilnnk
ison, to Miss I3mma L. Bninter.
All of Washington township, Hock
ing county, O.
Charles, son of 0. B. and M. Stiers,
aged eight years and 18 days, died
on Wednesday Oct. 20, at 7 o'clock
p. m. of membraneous croup from
the effects of which ho had suffered
since tho Friday previous.
His funeral occurred yesterday
at tho residence of his parents, on
Mulbory St., at 2 p. m. Furnernl
services were conducted by Elder
Hickman, of New Lexington, Bap
Oct. 20, 1880.
There is considerable oxcitmont
hero now on account of tho prospect
of tho building of tho Lancaster &
Hamdcn railroad, wo aro visited
by tho railroad magnates every
Geo. Wilkins and wifo of Cham
paign county, and Hurvoy Wilkins
nnd wifo, of Camp Chnscj aro visit
ing relatives In and around this
Mrs. Minerva Hodges who has
been sick for some dinq past has
been removed to the residence of
Several porsons from horo at
touded tho Lancaster fair, some
of thorn did not get homo until
Mr. W. W. Sailor moot with quite
a loss ono day last week. Whilo
engaged about his work in tho
planing mill, ho lost his pocket
book containing about thirty dolt
Tho boys say you can get cigars
at Joo, Pollngs for chestnuts,
Jnmes Acord and wifo will start
for SSjmiguo, WnMd.ji.t-m territory
and cool even-
done promptly in the best
next Monday, where they expect
to mako their future home.
E. A. Dawson, and D. B. Black
havo commenced their winter
terms of school.
The riprap wall at Dawson's cor
ner Is completed and Is pronounced
a good job.
Last Saturday a party composed
of Messrs. John Dent, S. E. White,
W. W. Sailor, and their wives, went
to Chllllcothc on business; when on
their way homo in crossing tho Sci
oto Valley railroad track south of
Kingston their wagon wheel broke
down ; boforo they were out of wag
on they saw tho south bound train
coming; to say they jumped around
lively is putting it mild they had
just got off the track when tho train
whirled by. They say it did not
mako the least bit of noise, of courso
they were not frightened. They
finally after getting their wagon
fixed started home arriving here at
ono o'clock, a. m. Sundny morning.
They think of making anothertrip
Rov. L. Steel is moving back to
Noah Huffman moves to Oakland
Mr. Altop of Logan was in town
a few clays ago.
About tho County.
Miss Allio Shaw, of Logan, was
tho guest of Miss Emma mooro tho
Geo. Mumford, of Logan, repre
senting tho firm of I. Eberly & Co.,
Columbus, was iu town, yesterday.
Israel Soudors is lying danger
ously 111 at his home, with little
hopes of his recovery.
Wm. Sweezy, of Logan, has been
helping John Aplin stir up tho
foxes In this neighborhood this
Two companies claim tho Eby
oil well at Bloomlngvlllo, and as
ono of them has possession, which
is nine points In law, it Is very
probable thoy will continue to hold
Miss Delhi Myers will romovo
her millinery storo noxt Monday to
her now rooms In tho Armstrong
building, on Main streot, whoro sho
will open up a splendid lot of now
fall and winter millinery goods of
all btyles and varieties. Glvo hor
11. C. Bow;ors, brother-in-law of
Ferdlo Rumpel started Tuesday for
Washington Torritory, Intending
to go from thoro to San Franclhco,
where ho will mako his futuro
NEW FRESH GOODS,
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
Our Prices for the "Newest and Latest Styles will bo
found Cheaper than Old Goods can be bought for else
where. Positively no fancy prices, only one Cash price.
Yery latest "Novelties, within the reach of all. You who
study economy and want the Best Value for the money
should not fail to call and see our elegant line of
Bleach Muslin equal to the Fruit of the Loom at 8 1-3 els. perlyd.
Shaker Flannel at 11 cts. per yd.'.Tuet the thing for La
dles and Children wear these cool Homings
and evenings of September.
nvs m m
Mado by the best manufacturers of Rochester, N. Y.
Every suit warranted, and nt prices that beat Shoddy.
Call and see us.
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Call and see the Cheapest line of Woolens ever brought
to Logan All Garments Made by the Best Tailors.
Perfect Fits Guaranteed. Elegant
All the Novelties in Season. None 'but the best Cutters
employed. Mending done and bad fitting Clothes refitted.
Keller Building, Logan, O;
Two doors east of Rcmpel House, keeps constantly on hand
a large and complete stock of
Piece Goods, Ready-made Clothing, "White and Colored
Shirts, Collars, Culls, Neckties, Hats, Caps, Trunks, Va
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all and examine styles and
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