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This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock
Half faro to Dayton and return
on Juno 20th.
Half faro to Columbus on Juno
10th nud 17th. ,
Lako Clmtaqma and return on
July 0th (tnd'Tth.
Special advantages for rovlow
work In tho" Konnal.
Tho court room Is being re-pa-lored
nnd varnished up.
Chas. Nail's pension has been
increij.fjquo 30 jvpi.Qtith.
Dayton and return on Juno 20.
Half fkro'K. P. Excursion.
July Mtli to 17th, city of Tor
onto nnd rotum for half fare.
City of Toronto and rotum
July lqthtq. 17th. Half fare. ,
Half faro to Lako Cliataqua
and roturh, July 0th and 7th.
Half faro excursion to MJnno
apolis, Minn., July 0, 7 and 8.
M. M.Kennedy of Bellfoutainc,
mado a pleasant call at thist ofllco
$1.50 to Columbus and return
on Juno 10th and 17th. Bopubli
can Stato Convention.
Minneapolis, Minn., and return
July C, 7 and 8, good to roturn un
til July 15th, at half faro.
Thoy pay a man in England
$7,500 a year to(toRitf ctlroAof the
Queen's dogs. I5ttgfi kll them.
Miss Annib AviiWwftl- spend
a few weeks visiting her parents,
Mr. nndATO:K!HvWiflo 'ne'tiV
South Perry. wt
O. W. Calvo'rl 'of Fairflold
county, is visiting his parents, Mr.
township this wenk.
Jacob Friend, T. A. Steel, J. T.
AlbliypU.G. tD, Mqwry were over
from Laurelville, hint Monday, at
tending tho convention.
Misses Hose Ilofl, Callio Hen
ley and Lido Nutter, spent last
Hunday at Orevilloftlie guests of
Mrs. and Mrs. Parley Phelps.
Miss Clara Nunemakor has
gono to Westervillo to attend tho
commencement at Ottorbein Uni
versity and spend awhile with rel
atives and friends. '
John Kleinschniidt, Elmer Pet
titt, John Bunz and Harry Spar
non of the Boys' Industrial School,
wero in attendance at tho Demo
cratic Convention' last Monday.
When tliovriTo taken -'on night
police last Tilesday nigiit is analy
zed, it looks very much as if vthe
council wero composed of three
Democrats and five Republicans.
Tho Democratic Convention to
nominate a candidate for Repre
sentative for the district composed
of the counties of Hocking and
Vinton will bo held at Logan on
lion. Henry Dorn of Columbus
and Ex-Inspector of Work Shops
and Factories, under Gov. Hoadly,
was in tho city Wednesday, the
guest of his relative, Mr. Chas.
O. W. II. Wright has secured
the appointmeiffffof T. A. Steel of
Laurelville, ftthoftjjj&iMqn of En
gineer of M&t&workl at' tho Re
form Farm. Tho selection is a
good 00. )lr
J. G. Krinn, W. P. Prico, A. II.
Wilson, O. W. II. WrJght; Lewis
Green, Frank Brown, . I.. P. Canty,
A. McCortney, F. J.u Krlej, Noah
Schwartz and Nelson .Armstrong
at New LoxhjKtgUJpst Tuesday.
By thdwlftrdm of tho town
councilwe have an assistant night
polico thh,tgoes on duty at midnight
and remains on until sunriso of tho
day before. Wonder whon tho
fool killer will bo around ? When
ho comes the councilmen or some
body will do We'll to hide.
Tho following aro tljo marriago
licenses' sinco May 28: Georgo W.
Wheeler Sarah J. Johnson; Joseph
H. Kessler, Emma Stedem ; Edward
F. FuHpr, NolHo.A. West Reuben
E. mart"1 Beatrice F. Watkins;
William G. Huston, Annie Plorco;
Georgo W. Iloll, Amelia Schlagot
ter; James IIoJHday, Cora Groon.
Thomas Strawn, son of Jacob
Strawn of Behtqnj township, was
shot and instantly killed Inst Tues
day the strppfpf., Ponyer, Col.,
by aa ox-policeman. Strawn was
a conductor on tho stroot cars and
has boon Ju Dpnvor about four
), years. Wo did not obtain any def-
lnlto information as to tho causo of
By G. W. Brohm, J. P., Juno 5,
Mr. Reubon E. Ebort and Miss Bo
ntrlcp F. Wotklns.
By'tjio same, June 11, Mr. James
HolIIday and Miss Corn Groon. (col
ored) By Rev. MIttler, Juno 10, Mr.
Georgo Hpll and Miss Ajnelln
Killed By Lightning.
During tho heavy thunder storm
which visited this valley on Thurs
day ovcnlng, Georgo Harmon, ngod
about twenty throo years, was kill
ed by tho lightning. Tho young
man was working as a farm hand
for Ex-Commissloncr Abel Carpen
ter, and with him took rcfugo from
tho rain in tho coverod bridge
across tho canal at Millvlllo, and
whllo In tho brldgo was struck and
killed. Mr. Harmon Is a sou of
Gotlclb Harmon of Goodhopo town
ship, and Is said to bo a steady, in
dustrious, young man. Wo aro in
formed that tho lightning struck
ono corner of tho brldgo, near tho
wheel plank, on which Mr. Harmon
was Bitting, and that death was in
stantaneous. A sou of Mr. Car
penter, who was standing about
four feet from Mr Harmon, rccelv
a slight shock. Funeral today.
Services conducted by Rev. L. F.
MIttler of the Evangelical Luther
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, On Juno 2, 1891, It
ploased our'DIvlno Lord to romovo
from our midst our worthy and es
teemed Captain, Peter Farroll; and
WnnncAS, Our said brother has,
from tho time of its organization,
taken a deep interest in tho wel
faro of tho Commandory No. 11G
Knights of St. John, and by his
active spirit, manliness and truo
Christian character won tho re
spect and esteem of nil its mem
bers; therefore, bo it
Resolved) That wo, tho members
P tho.CommandoryllG KJnghts of
St. John, whllo bowing in submis
sion to tho will of Almighty God,
do hereby express our sorrow and
sympathy in tho loss his family
and our Order hnvo sustained.
Jtcsolved, That in tho death of
Sir Knight Farrell, tho Command
ery 110 Knight of St. John have
lost an energetic and truo member,
our Holy Church a devout child,
tho community a respected citizen,
and Ids family a loving husband.
liesnlved, That this Commandory
extend to his bereaved family our
profound sympathy and condolence
in this their great loss.
liesolced, That these resolutions
bo spread on the records of the or
ganization, a copy sent to tho fam
ily of tho deceased and published in
our local papers and tho Catholic
Columbian of Columbus, Ohio.
W. F. KESSiiini,)
John Uckkic, Com.
F. 'J. Downt.y, )
The primary election passed off
very quietly on last Saturday, a
very light vote being cast.
Elections wero hold In all tho
precincts except in Starr township,
tho result of which appears in this
issue In tabulated form.
In addition to tho candidates for
county officers, delegates wore
chosen for tho Senatorial, Repre
sentative and Judicial conventions
and for Central committeemen as
SENATO UIAL DELEGATES.
Benton, J. D. Shaw; Falls, Eli
Keller, D. E. Harsh; Falls Gore,
.John T. Nuttor; Logan 1 ward, W.
M. Bowen; Logan 2 ward, Noah
Schwartz; Logan 3 ward, B. H. Al
len; Logan, 4 ward, W. J. Frasch;
Goodhope, John Rish; Green, Geo.
McFaddOn; Laurel, J. A. Cupp;
Matlon, John Kistler; Perry pro.
Ilonry Wagner;- Perry Laurel
ville, W. F.Armstrong; Salt Creek,
B. H. Stevenson; Washington,
John Ferguson; Ward Carbon Hill,
John Dyson; Ward Murray, F.
Pierpont, P. IT. Fisher.
ItHPREBENTATIVE DELEO ATK9.
Benton, J. P. Shaw; Falls, W. II.
Turner, Michael Hansel; Gore, A.
J. Burgess; Logan 1 ward, Josoph
Stroup; Logan 2 ward, J. P. Canty;
Logan 3 ward, C. P. Balgor; Logan
4 ward, C. Hull; Goodhopo, Robert
Whito; Green, James T. Poling;
Laurel, Thomas Hutchinson;
Marlon, F. P. Bright, Reasin Bar
nes; Perry, Tocumsoh Floyd; Lau-
rolvllle, Georgo Williamson; Salt
Creek, Thaddeus Floyd; Washing
ton, A. W. Mauk; Ward Carbon
Hill, Thos. Porry Jr., E. Shaw;
Ward Murray, W. J. McManigal,
MEMBERS OP CENTRAL COMMIT
Benton, II. J. Chileoto; Falls
Ephraim SJiultz; Gore, Goo.
Amondt; Logan 1 ward, Jos. Mat
tox; Logan 2 ward, O. V. Wright;
Logan 3 ward, Lafo Warnor; Lo
gan 4 ward, Chris. Iloll; Goodhopo,
Josoph E. Barron; Groon, Jnsj Ray;
Laurel, O. F. Martzolf; Marion, J
Kistlor; S. Porry, B. F. Whlto;
Laurolville, J. L. Mathlas; Suit
Crook, Nelson Karshnor; Washing
ton, LP. Marshall; Ward Carbon
Hill, G. W. Shultz; Ward Murray,
As tho Judicial Convention hns
already transpired wo omit thu
pampsoftljp Judicial B-pJogutJon.
THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JUNE 13. 1891.
A Largo anil Orderly As
semblage. Judge Slough Nominated by Acclama
tion. Tho Judicial Convention, for tho
nomination of a candidato for Com
mon Ploas Judgo for tho first sub
division of tho Sovonth Judicial
District convened In New Lexing
ton on Tuesday at 11 o'clock a. m.,
and was called to order by BcnJ.
F. Dum, chairman of tho district
committee, who announced tho
temporary officers as agreed upon
by tho committco as follows:
Chairman, Hon. Wm.,E. Fink;
Secretary, Hon. W. P. Price; As
sistant Secretaries, Hon. James n.
Bollng of Perry and Adam II. Gln
der of Fairfield.
A motion was mado to appoint a
committee to wait on Mr. Fink, but
tho gontleman was In tho hall it as
was not considered necessary.
Mr. Fink took tho Chair, nnd in
a brief but neat speech, thanked
tho convention for tho honor con
ferred upon him.
Gen. JohnJG. Roovcs moved that
tho rules bo susponded nnd that
tho convention proceed at onco to
nominate a candidate for Judge,
which was agreed to unanimously.
Thereupon John M. Wright pre
seniod tho namo of the present in
cumbent, Hon. Tall Slough of Fair
field, for rcnomlnatiou.
Hon. O. W. II. Wright or Hock
ing and lion. John Ferguson, of
Perry, seconded tho nomination.
Mr. Wright then moved that tho
rules bo susponded and Judge
Slough bo nominated by acclama
tion.! Tho chair announced that
tho rules had already been sus
pended that he would put the
question. It was carried without a
dissenting voice, and Judgo Slough
was declared tho nominee.
Hon. Thomas II. Dolson, moved
that a committco of three bo ap
pointed to wnit upon Judge Slough
and inform him of his nomination.
Tho Chair appointed Messrs. T. II.
Dolson of Fairfield, W. P. Prico of
Hocking and John Ferguson of
Perry, said committee.
A district committee was then
appointed consisting of Messrs. W.
T. McCleneghan of Fairfield, O. V.
II Wright of Hocking and I,. A.
Dean of Perry.
Judge Slough entered tho -hall,
and on taking tho stand heartily
thanked the convention for the
distinguished honor bestowed upon
After which tho convention ad
journed sine die. Altogether the
convention was composed of
best men of tho district and
nomination is a good one.
Next week we will present
readers with tho romnrks of Judgo
On last Tuesday night tho Farm
ers' Alliance of this township, elect
ed three delegates to meet dele
gates from tho other lodges of the
county at Logan, for the purposo of
organizing a county lodge.
Mrs. Frank Gibbons of Kansas,
is visiting friends in tins vicinity.
Quarterly meeting services wore
hold at Connott's chapel last Sat
urday and Sunday, tho Rev. T. M.
Loslie, P. E. conducting tho servi
Mrs. Wiggins of Ills., is visiting
relatives of New Plymouth.
Children's day services will bo
hold at tho Presbyterian church at
Union Fumaco Sunday; thoy huvo
an interesting program and a good
time is expected.
Aaron Gray and family wero re-
contly visiting friends in Vinton
Wm. Trobridgo and wlfo of Union
Furnace, spent Saturday and Sun
day with friends of Clear Run.
Harrison Ohidoster and wifo of
Honoy creek aro visiting in Paul
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. W. II. Kern desires to thank
that noblo ordor tho Knights of
Pythias, and her neighbors and
friends for their mauy acts of good
will and .kindness shown during
the last illness nnd death of her
husband. Mrs. W. II. Kern.
John E. Swart, son of Bonjamin
and Mary Swart, was born in this
State, Jefferson county, Soptembor
14, 1813. Ho was married to Ellza
both Kinnoy, on January 25, 1838.
To them woro born 9 daughters all
of whom procoded him to tho spirit
land. Ho loaves an aged compan
ion with whom ho lived in holy
matrimony 53 years, 4 months and
Ho taught school for 11 years In
tho early part of his manhood; after
which ho was twlco elected to tho
oflico of County Recorder. Aftor
ward removed to his farm and
thoro lived until his death.
Ho died May 27, 1891, nged 77
years, 8 months and 13 days. His
funeral was pleached by Rev. N.
Lohr, In tho Union church, May
28th, and his body was laid away in
Union cemotory, to await tho sum
mons at thu last day.
Logan Normal School.
At tho solicitation of a number
of teachers, I liavo concluded to
conduct a Normal School of four
weeks, beginning July, 20, 1891.
Classes will ho organized in tho
common branches nnd any higher
brandies dosired. Tuition Five
Dollars. For further information,
address, R. E. Rayman, Logan, O.
Normal school will opon July 20,
You can got raspberries at Iho
old East End grocery.
Finest raspberries of tho season
at A. C. Tipton '&' Co's. '"
If you need a new farm wagon
call on Higgins & Hambiin.?
Buy cutlory and tools of IDggins
it Hambiin and save money.
Every toacher should attend the
Normal term, beginning1 July 20,
No activo teachoV Of Hocking
County can afford to lpiss the com
Go to A. O. Tlptor & Co., nt tho
old East End, for headquarters for
fruits of all kinds.
Buggies, spring wagons, road
carts and surreys for salo by Hig
gins & Hambiin, at bottom prices.
Tho laigest and best selected
stock of builders' tools nnd general
hardware, at Higgins & Hambiin.
Notice to Coal Dealers.
Notices Is hereby given thnt ponied proposals
will bo received lit tho ofllco of the lloiutl of
Trustees of tho Hoys' Industrial School of
Ohio up to 12 o'clocl? (noon) on tho
nth day of June 1801,
forftirnlshlnK sold Institution with tho nee
csHary supply of conl for ono year, lrom July
10th ISfll to July 15th 1KB.
IlIdH to bo mado for good gas, lump nnd nut
Parties arc icqucsted to bid on delivering
coal In cniB on tiaclc at Lancaster, Ohio,
freight to bo prepaid by partlen tarnishing
coal; ulo to bltl on furnishing and dells'crlng
tho conl In IiIiih at tho above named Institu
tion. Milder) will please wrlto on Bcnlcd envelopes
thn words " Hid for Conl."
Tli Hoard lCHcivcs tho right to reject any
or all bids.
lly order of Ilonrd
1) 11. KITMLEK. Hlcwurd.
Lancaster, 0 May Hi, 18U1.
In purmnnee of nn order of the I'rnlmto
Com I of Hocking County, Ohio, I Mill oiler
fors.ulc.ut public mulli'H on
Saturday, Juno 20, 1891,
nt 1 o'clock P. M.. upofflho premises, the fol
lowing desrrllipdxenl, estate, Hltunta In the
county of Hocking ami State of Ohio, to-u It:
Tho west halfof tho northwest quarter of
pcetion tlili tj llvo (r"i),-itoviishlp twelwi (12),
i lingo eighteen (18). Ainu, llbb southwest
quarter of thu Houthwest. quarter of boutlim
tucntysW (an, township and rnngo aforesaid.
Aln) tho southeast quniter of tho noutheast
quarter of section tuontyseven (27), wiine
township and range nfoiesald containing In
all Nil aores, more or less.
Said lands to bo .sold fico of dower.
Apprul cil nt, llrst tract $300. second tract
f 12., nnd thlnl tract 200.
Terms of bnla: Ono-tlilrd cash In hand,
one-third In ono year nnd niic-thli-tl In two
years from day of ale, with Interest on dn
feircd payments from tho day of 'sale. Hnlil
defericd puyments to bo riocureil by inortBiigu
on the premises.
JOIIJf O. KHINN, Admr.,
with thu will unnoted of tho
estnto of Michael Kcksteln.
O. W. II. Wright, Atty.
Sheriff's Sale in Partition.
In tho Court of Common Pleas of Hocking
Notlco iRhoroby given that tho undersign
ed, Hhoiitrof Hocking County, Ohio, by lr
tueofnn Order of Salo In Paitltlon Issued out
ofhiildCourtlnthonbove entitled cnuso.nnd to
hlin dhected as Bhorlffof said County, will,
at mo uoor oi mo court uouso in i.ogan on
Saturday, June, 20, A. D. 1891.
nt 1 o'clock P. Jr., of snld day, ofler for snlo nt
public auction, tho following limits nnd tene
ments situate In Hocking, County, Ohio, to-
Kltunta In tho County of Hocking and Stnto
of Ohio, nnd bolng tho west hnlfof tho south
west quarter of Kcctluu 17, Tdw-nshlp 15,.Ilango
17, containing ho ncacs moro jr less.
Appraised in $IC0. " " .
Teimsofsalo, one-third cash; oiic-thlrd In
ono year, and one.-tlilrd In two years, with
Interest lrom day of sale. Deircrcd puyments
to bo secured by mortgago on'tho premises
Olon under my hnndnt Logan, O. this 22,
day of May A. 1). 1K1.
, I. W. WRIGHT. Sheriff.
Hansen & Smith, Alty'H. forplttr.
Notleo Is hereby given thnt n petition will
bo presented to tho Commissioners of Hock
ing County, nt their next session In Juno A,
1). 1891, praying for tho altoratlon of u county
load on tho following lino, to-wlt:
l!eglnn)ng nt a stnko marked A In tho center
of tho county io.ul known ns tho Whnlen
road and nenr tho point wherp said load
crosses tho old vncnted trnco load on tho
lands of Wilson it Company la fractional lot
No. section No. 14, township No. U,
range No. 17, Hocking Onunty, Ohio, thoneo
In a northwesteily dhcctlon to a stnko In tho
Held on said Wilson .t Cnmpnnyte laud mark
ed II, thoneo noithenstorly to n Sycamore
stump In said road near tho Kails of Hcotts
Cieek on tho lands of said Wilson i&Coinnauy
In said Ecction No. 14, nnd there frrond.
May 2, 1801.
( vs. r. I
Hobcrt W. Hnnsen nnd Frederick Schneo
inllch, dofeuduntsV '
Judgment on docltotof O, W,Hrohm, J. P.,
In nud for Fulls township, Hocking county,
Ohio, rendored Decombcr IS, 1182, for JID.OO
and costs M.CO.
Tho following i a copy ofluo conditional
tho plaintiff, and thnt tho defendants nro
nnn.KtBfilnnl.nf lTrtlrli. niMin( HIiIa ..!
that snld Judgment roinnlns unsatisfied either
In wholo or In purt, nnd that thoro Is duo
thereon tho sum of t.10,83.
No execution having Issued upon tho nbovo
Judgment for tho period of flvo joins, tho
plnlntltl mndo n motion for nn ordor to bo
granted thnt tho nbovo Judgment bo lovlvcd
tor tho umount now duo thereon bolng ns
claimed tho sum of 80.KS. Thereupon It Is
ordered bj mo thnt snld Hobcrt W. Hanson
anil I'reilorlck Hchneomllch, show cause at
my ofllco on tho 21st day of July, J8Ul,at 10
o'clock, n. in., why said motion should not bo
grunted, to which tlmo tho hpnrlng of wild
ltobort W. Hnnsen nnd Frfidcrlek Schhoo.
milch Is ndjourned, nud plaintiff Is to notify
snld defendants according to law by publica
tion." A truo copy.
.9- w; "."""I'm. J- r.. In mnl for Fulls, towin
plilp, Hooking oounty, Ohio.
LADlBS7Ei"TS' BOYS' MM
m RKB BSa tt BBS! IW KIM TgP MRS (Wl
I have just opened for your inspection a handsome line of fine shoes for men,
women and children which will bo placed on Special Sale at lower prices than
was ever known for such fine shoes. I buy all goods in large quantities, discount
all bills and pay cash. By so doing, I get my goods at the very lowest possible
prices and am offering to the people oFLogan and Hocking County at
Lio-wer IPrioes tlxsLxi was ever Kin.o'W'rL.
For such fine goods. Just think,
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, ana. $2.00.
For the same shoes that you
SO WHEN IN NEED OF SHOES,
COME AND BUY THEM.
Where you can get the best goods at the lowest prices, and save 50c to $1.00 on
every pair of shoes you buy:
r' r'y r'tr' rjr,kPw.r
1 CHAS ROSE. I
S THE ONE PEIOE CLOTHIER. El
x. x i jm .J
01 Gold Glasses,
Specks of all Grades,
Eyes Tested Free.
will have to pay from 50c
intelligent and observing-persons knows
-"ridiculous, foolish and unreliable are
ment of some stores . They're thoughtless and ignorant
enough to think seemingly) that whatever they say goes
when, in fact it don't go at all. Every well established
business had a good foundation when the head of the house
looked into the morrow, and the tomorrow and tomorrow.
Scores of houses see only the evanescent present today
and always forgetting the tomorrows, they advertise thou
sands when they havent hundreds, and that a certain article
is Avorth $25, when in fact it isnt worth 5, the price theyre
anxious to sell it for. A house to rise and meet with con
tinuous success must give good, round honest measures of
value, and don't let any body forget that vital fact. Does
any intelligent reader believe for a moment that the
of Chas Eose would stand where it does today unless
vertised truthfully and kept its promises. Always?
know it would not. As u matter of fact, we're at the very
head in some lines of our business; and in all other lines of
goods in which we deal, there isnt a family or single indi
vidual who deals with us principally, but what we save him
many a Dime and many a Dollar during the year.
to $1.00 a pair more
Farm of tho Into J
Ufttcd Si milPH oast
A rinli. In 'P U A ivii w
t of iibm:
ilr1 ;tyv Bsr wr-Er)& vr ftisy.syffw wvl
Monday, o; ''
j. ' a. .u. .iitur
Attachment Notice. '
Martin Valonllne, plaintiff,
Jiiincs Avis, ilefundnnt,
llcforo 1. 1. Mnthlns, J. 1, of Perry town
ship, Hocking county, uiilo.
On tho IMtli iluy ot Muy, A. II. 1891, wild Ju
tlcu Isxncil nn older of uttnehment In thu
nbovo action, Cor tlu emu or $10.00.
A. U. Kiki'auuu, Att'y for Pt'fr.
Juno 2, 1891.
Farm For Sale.
A good Farm of 170 acres
3 miles east of Logan. All
kinds of Farm Building,
"Well supplied with water.
GO acres bottom. Will soil
reasonable. Inquire of
Andrew "W. Voitta,
Enterprise, O .
Ask Your Friends About It
Your distressing cough can bo
cured. Wo know It Iiocauso Kemp's
15al?ain within tho jmHt fow years
has cured bo many coughs and
colds in this community. Its ro
niarkablo sale has been won en
tirely by Its genuine merit. Ask
some friend who bus used it what
ho thinks or Kump's Halsam.
There Is no medicliio so pure, iono
so effective. Iirgo bottles fide and
.$1 at all driigRlHts. Sample botUo