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THE G1I1(3 DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 80. 1802.
THE OHIO DEJIOCfRAT
LO0AL NEWS, '
To Our Patrons nnil I'i-Ii-hiIr.
When sou go nwiiy ftoiii lioini', or have
friends vislllnitMiil.or .vent uro going to slm
n party, inuslcafoeir reception, or when our
ohurcli or society lontoiiipluto iinv pioercd
Ings.or when nti sell, buy, (ir chnngo 50111
icslilcnce or business, nrnurson or ilmjuli
t or Ir mnrrlcili or w lion mir nt Ighbor gets u
new bnby.or. lit n word. If soil know nny
thing of Interest 1o tlio uil1la, brlnii lr wild
It llllimltllO DI.MOCItAI wlllglndly lipprcil-
Court convenes next Monday.
The sound of beating citrpots
Is now heard.
Horn, April 27 to Mr. and Mm.
Ed Tilt-Kili anon.
Born April 25, to Mr. mid Mrs.
Jeremiah Poling u son.
iL. D. Visitors made a. business
trip to Now York City this week.
John Selbst has lately been
granted a pension of $12 a month.
Mr. and Mrs. George V. Bra
Bhears were in Columbus Tuesday.
Barnuiii and Bailey's Circus
at Columbus, May 23rd. Half fare.
The Piohibition County Con
vention has been set for Saturday,
Don't blow another follows'
whistle. It may give you the
worst of it.
Recorder O'llure ha been con
fined to bis room and bed with sick
Jacob Strawti of Benton town
ship, has be'en granted a $12 pen
pjon under the now law.
Pui-M'll iind John F. White at
tended the Jlepttbllcitu State Con
vention at Cleveland this week.
Next st.t)(lny Is Primary, flec
tion day. Every Democrat should
attend and use hN best judgment
A largo number of Odd-Fellows
of ib'isphice, attended the an
niversary of their Order at Shaw
nee lust Tuesday.
The new School Hoard of Lo
gan has been rt-oiganized with O.
V. II. Wright asPiesideot'and La
fayette Warner as Secretary.
Elmer Pott It will accept our
thanks for the well gotten up and
ne.it annual report of the Trustees
of the Boys' Industrial School.
Robert Burden, the w ell known
barber of our town, left last Mon
day morning for a visit to Ids pa
rents .and relatives in England.
J. L. Blight is near Delaware
in charge of a gang of men in the
construction of an extension of the
Columbus, Shawnee & Hocking
IJrn. Pursell was appointed
meiuber of the Republican State
eehhal committee and was unan
imously chosen Chairman of that
G G. Gage is painting Ills house
"yallei" and striping it in black.
A dwelling dres-ed in mourning is
a peculiar sight, but G. Gulliver is
The present Council should re
duce the tuv levy this jour. It is
now $2.0.") on $100. There are Sev
ern l' places where letronchmcnts
can bo made.
Burglars bioke into Frank
Myres, shop Tuesday' night and
stole three pair of alines getting
mismated numbers. They entered
the lear door,
Our Hocking County scholars
v should not neglect the examination
' next-Saturday for promotion to the
High Schrfnl. It costs nothing.
We publish the law this week.
Dr. Finney left this morning
for Painesvllle, to attend thcGrund
Encampment of I. O. O. F., which
meets at that place on Tuesday
next. IIo will return on Thursday
Married On Sunday evening
April 24, 5692, at tlio bride's home
f miles south of Logan, by Rev. L.
F. MIttler, David E., Harech and
Miss Kato Hongst, both of Hock
Harry Rose says ho has been
solicited to invest $400 or any lar
ger sum, in "Goods," (green), In
New York City. They offer $1,000
for $400. They alsoadyisc honesty
and square dealing. (?)
Wasli Wyman of Lancaster,
formerly a well known resident of
Logan, was nominated for Inilrmn
ry Director of Fairfield County by
the Democrats last Saturday. He
will be elected by the usual rousing
majority which tlio Fairfield De
mocracy always gives.
Those of our citizens who did
not seo Mr. Josephs' Storeopticou
nliow, at tho Opera House, last
night mi'-s.ed ono of tho richest in
tellectual treats of the season.
.The pictures aro unusually flue and
appear on the canvass with the viv
idness of oil paintings. The music
rendered, by Mr. J. assisted by lo
cal jtolont Is fine and altogether the
show Is excellent. Be sure to see
At tho Republican State Con
vention held at Cleveland this
woek, S. M Taylor of Champaign
Co., was nominated for Secretary
nf State; Judge of Supreme Court,
W. T. Spoar of Trumbull; JUdgo of
Buprcmio Court, additional, .Jacob
' F. Burket of Hancock; Clerk of
Supreme Court, Joshh B. Allon of
Atlu ns; Board of Public Works, E.
L. Lybarger. Delegates to Minne
apolis Convention, Gov. McKlnley,
Ex-Governor Fornker, Win. M.
Hulll) and A. 8, Buslnioll,
Tho McGlbony Family need
no compliments. Their fame is as
bioad as the continent. To have
heard them Is to have a line of
blissful mammy that reaches
through all tlio future. Springfield
Ohio) News. At Rompol's Opera
House, May 2nd.
PumuII, member of county com
mittee member of tho excutlve
committee, and chairman of tho
same, memberof Statecentral com
mittee and chairman thereof, and
postmaster, and prospective del
egate to Minneapolis. Wo shall
expect much of him for all this. .
Whoistole the uiuuurc from Dr
Dolllson's stable? & Tho Doctor
thinks that anybody that would
steal manure from a stable would
suck eggs. Bo careful. If some
body pops a load of shot through
the stable cracks, right Into your
mortal body, don't blamo the Doc
tor. Look out.
Nelson vlllo people aio olated
over the prospect of another rail
road. The proposed lino now being
surveyed, the News stales, is an ex
tension of tlio B. & O. from Shaw
nee south to the Toledo and Ohio
railway at Chauneoy, passing
through Murray City, Orblston and
Bucbtci, and tapping the coal and
iron field at Snow Fork Junction.
Mearthur Democrat J-Jnrjuir.
A resolution was introduced at
tho last meeting of Council and
referred to tho Street Lighting
Committee authorizing the em
ployment of a competent electrical
engineer to make tho necessary
pluiix, etc., for lighting tho street",
and in case the plans are approved
THE ELEGANT LINE OF
-i A rri4-. . r?) i .
T!h.e .A-rtistio Tailors,
Who have also added a complete
At such Low Prices that will astonish you.
Call and see Our Goods and you Avill be convinced that
these arc facts. .Remember the place is
AVe have secured the agency for Thompsons Glove fitting corsets. Any lady wishing u
first class corset can secure them at the following prices. "WM. KIIHEKLING.
. EXT ru 10 NO
K EXTRA LONQ
to advertise for. bids for lighting
tho stieetsand alleys with eloctiie
ity, and let tho contract to the
lowest responsible bidder, mid Ouch
bidder shall also give in his bid a
price at which lie will sell his plant
to the town nt any time dining the
term of his contract.
The MeGibonjNnre nil of ono
household, and each is si musical
phenomenon. Theieis no instru
ment too dilllcult for them to play,
or Ming to exacting for them to
sing, and all done with the most
inai velous effect and correct exe
cution. They perform on brass in
fch uments, on teed instruments and
stiing instrument"., both as a baud
and individually, and they play all
guides and classes of inline from
the simple, plaintive, little '"Qld
Oaken Bucket" to selections fiom
Wagner's "Die Uotterdiimmorung"
and "Nibelungen." They range in
ages fiom the little, five-year-old
tot, who thumps tho big bass drum,
to the father. It is a performanee
that every husband should fake bis
wife to, every father his children
and every young man his sweet
heart. All loveisof llrst class mu-
sic will find it u genuine treat and
will be sure to tell the'r neighbors
of it. Indianapolis (Ind.) Journal.
William Purtney, Mrs. Mary
Jackson; Henderson Gregory, Mrs.
Jofcpiiiuo Burgess; Benjamin Car
mickle, Mrs. Anna M. Flnnefmek;
I avid E. Ilar.sch, Kato Ilengst;
Joseph Kborest, Mrs. Canagunda
Wei; Lorain L. Hose; Matul Acord.
The widows aro tho most numer
ous in this list.
(i J ats
The Leaders of Fashion.
X.00--Au3ST, - - - OHIO.
First Class Farm For Sale.
Containing 100 acres, situated in
Fairfield County, midway between
Hooker's and Caiiol stations. The
farm is well improved and has good
buildings. Will be sold on easy
terms. For particulars call on, or
Vn,i,iAM II. Warn:,
April 30,18(2. Logan, Ohio.
JIT 1 "fc 'TUftUCftM'O -
CENUINE EJt,SJlY J'l', ysiM
Tliu Gcnebcc Shoi to. A.
A. Ci t ill.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to express through tho
columns of the Ohio Di:mOoiiat,
our sincere thanks for the kindly
sympathy and assistance so freely
tendoied us by so many friends, du
ring our recent sore bereavement,
the loss of our beloved wlfo and
DaniiUj Goss And Family.
The liig Show Coming.
To Logan Thursday May fith.
Many years before the Anieiican
public always and every where rec
ognized as one of the leading tent
ed organization, pieseiiting noth
ing but the best of everything, the
bent Anieiican and European ar
tists. No artist's salary too high,
no novity too expensive for the
'great Walter L. Mains' J! shows;
that which would stagger any
other lent show management in
the world in tho way of expense is
only of parsing note to the Walter
L. Mains' show. It pays to keep
abu'ast of tho times. Give the pub
lic everything new and thebostro
gar.iless of cost is its motto. Tho
right of the public to cleanliness,
politeness, neatness and correct
deportment upon the part of all at
taches mid elegant appointments
within the canvas auditorium equal
to that within the finest first-class
theatres is recognized, enforced
and provided. All seats absolutely
sacred to the audience. No balking
or podding. Nothing of any kind
allowed to interfere with sight,
hearing or enjoyment. Astubula
In tlic Court of Common llcm of Hocking
Nntli'clilii,n'b uIm ii, tlmt thn iHiclert-l (.Mi
ni , Hlu-rltror IIo kins Couiil , Ohio, by Ir
t ue ol' u Veuill Kvioims Issuiil out of mill
Court In tun ubuu-entitled ( nuse, nml to lilm
illrcttLil uxHIiulll ol suld Count , will nt I lie
(loot orthe Court Iouki In Logan, on
Saturday May 8t X. D. 1302,
nt 1 nVlnrk I. M. of snlil ilny, oner forsulo nt
pulilli'iiu tlnn, the lollowliis lands and tene
nuntx, Hltuuto in IIolLIiii; County, Ohio, to
ult: Sltnntulnthp lllni:o of l)n'i, Ifor'clns
Count , Ohio, Lot No -M-t, nml tho Nouth half
of Lot .tw, uNo part ol o t Lot 2. utst end,
k- lid upon ns tlio property of A. II. Work.
Appinisiil n fl 1 1.
Alvi tlm north 'lOf Lot 200, and 11W0 Lot
'iin, nnd piitot out Lot 2, west end. 1 1ll, prop
niv ie icu upon hh iuo i)iopeiiy oi uiiutv oi.
Appraised at iViUO. - '
ilM'ii under my liand at Lo.'ati, Ohio, this
29. dn of April A. lClxl-j.
- .V.WUI(lirr, Sheriff.
O.V. Wright, Attyfoi f'tlf. '
Two horses strayed from the
premises of the undersigned, nt
Buchtel, Or; on the 25th inst. A
liberal reward will be given for
their return or information leading
to their recovery.
Description Marcs, bay color,
black mane and tall, each branded
on left hip, one had one white hind
foot. Call on or address,
-C. 13. Qhauam,
Mrs. Sarah Cornelia Burge Goss,
daughter of Lemuel and Eliza
Burge, Logan, O., wife of Daniel
Goss, Jobs, O , died April 10th, 1892.
Mrs. Goss was a patient, loving
wife and mother, and a noble,
Chilstian woman Her loss will
bo felt by family and friends. Ilei
funeral took place at Mill vlllo, con
ducted by Rev. L. A. Patterson of
Notice Of Examination For Admis
sion to High Schools.
An examination of applicants
for graduation from tho Common
Schools of sub-districts and special
districts Hocking county as pro
vided for by a lato statute of Ohio,
will bo held nt the Logan School
Building ono Saturday, May 7tli
1892, commencing at 8 O'clock A.
John Filing, Sec.
Hocking Co, Board of Examiners,
The Best Circus Menagerie
Walter L. Main's Big Show will
exhibit at Logan May 5th.
The show travels on its own
Monster .Special trains consists of
double circus Roman Hippodrome
Menagerie and Eree Horse show.
Every known act of Equestrianism
Acrobatic Feat, Gymnastic Feat
ure procurable, will be seen here.
Over 20 startling Hippodrome
races. 21 Horses tiro ridden and
driven by one man, 5 Horses Titnd
um are ridden at break neck speed
over hurdle gates, 1 1 thorough bred
trick horses educated to do every
thing but talk in fact it is tlio Best
Show on Earth ami will bo tho on
ly Circus and Menagerie hero this
year. Logan Thursday May 5th.
W. J. Dixon s (Jco. DimclNon et nl.
Inllip Comt of Common I'h'.is of Ilnrklnc
Notice Is hen by glwrf, that llio unilprslun
id.Hheilirol Loi kiln; Oount, Ohio, b Mr
tuunf an nnkrnf snlo Issued out of wild Court
In tliu iiboo entitled iviikb, nml to him (II
uitidaiSherlll oli-iild C'o)Tlty, will, nt the
door ol the Court House In Loau, on
Saturday May 28, A.I). 1892,
nt 1 o' Inck 1. M. of snld dny, offer for snlo nt
public auitlon, tho follow In.: hinds and tine
mints, sltuato in HoUclntf (flinty, O, to-wlt:
47aeies oft ofthiv north' rtid of l'raetlnna
Lot No. 1, In mc Mollis, township 11. rntme l'ij
and tliu following pirt orKraitlonal Lot No,
3 In su lion .11 same township iind ranu'o to.
wit: l!i tflnnlnu at the northwest cornir of said
I'rai tlniinl Lot No. 3, In t.eotlon2S,nnd theneo
Miuthl.M.'i links, them e wehU122. links, thence
mil th liiillnlts to the north line of xaid .se
Hon 31 theme inst 1J25 links,. to the place of
bii;lunini.,,(Outiilnlnir 15 acres.
All appraised nt ?1170U
CiHin under my hand at flgan, Ohio, this
20,duj ofAvrilA. IJ.lSli,
I), W W'UKJHT, Hhcrlir.
B It. I)lo,)llnlt.
llunson A. Smith, Alt js for I'lir.
Notice to Builders.
Notice Is hereby fthon tbnt sealed propo
sals will be received until ii o'clock Si, May
2S. 1892, for the bulldlnK of n Bchoolhouse In
sub-dlstrlet Nn.fi, of Green township, Hoik
UiK County, Ohio; snld oulldlng to bo con
structed in nil respects In accordance with
plan mid specifications on exhibition nt tho
Kincery of Joel Klttsmlller. Logan, Ohto.Tho
right to reject any or nil bids reserved,
WX 8WKA7.Y )
Ai.iiKKT Kiimi'kiiJ Ilulldlng Com.
Jos 8. 11AHTIILOM )
April 3Q, 1892. .
I)a Id Cnnltcld k Harflh J. Ilidgcs, et nl
-t .. i
In the Court (If roiiiinnn I'lias of IIoiUlui;
Notice Is hereby k Curt lint the umlerslirn
id, Shirltlol HoekliitfCoiliit,OliIo, bj li
tueii Vendl Iltpoiuus Issindoiit of said Court
III tliu above tlliltled cause, and to lllm dl
icitid ashbcrlirof snld Couutj, Mill, at tho
door of the Court Iloiibu In Ii'un, on
Saturday May 28, A. 1). 1802,
nt 1 o'eloc k, p. in,, of snld ilsy, offer for sale
at public, mutlon, thn tollduitu; lands and
lenimeuis, suuaiu ill iioukiiik uouuiy, uuio,
Thoenst half of the southucst quiutir of
seillon No.,!l, tounshlp No. II, niiiisn No. 18,
i outalnlm; ono liiiudnd mpl tlilrtj four acni-.
j.iepiin;;ineieii(iiii lortj nins on 01 ine
north ind of tho nboo ilescrlbid land ion
end to-Cnrolino Shuck bv her husband
Ucorxo Shuck by deed dntul Jim 10, IbsU,
iea inn in acres 01 lauu inoio or iss.
Appraised at $S10 UO
Ti rins cash '
OI en under my hand at Logan, Ohio, this
22, day of Apill A, 1). lhM.
1). W. WKIOIir, Bheilll.
11 It. nney, Diptit.
Woldy &. Hansen, Attju. for 1'tfT.
The One Price Clothier and Furnisher
WW r F Wr Ik y
It is with Clothing; as it is with everything; else, there
are always various grades of similar appearing' fabrics :and
r- tlirtl,i flin t 11 ill till Itfi .1111 ill. II., 1 nil ft II. 1 1111,, ill w lllllf ni.fi
7W i i :.i ,1 l... .i i l :...,. .it: l
iju- anil nu, L'liiifeiiiurc'ii uy tsiivvmi anil iiiienijuiiL uuyci.
Chas .Rose will place upon their tables only such qualities
are known to be the most reliably manufactured, and by
which we will stand in each and every instance. Dont you
think it will be to your interest to convince yourself that
your money is buying-all that it can both in finality and
and price before you part with it? "We will have very lit
tle trouble to impress you with the fact that we will show
for the coming' season trade as great, and grand a line of 9k
fine and ready to wear Clothing- as vou have ever had an PJt
nnnni'f imitv fr lnnl.- immi. Me wn !ii'r ilr-toiMiiinod tn mn;(i Si.
ll VVftlC'. J WW S s- VAh 11 llAil 4tW 1 f lit X , x V-W JlflKKMB--,1. . -.-,-.-.
this season display such a one as shall create a lasting' im
pression on the minds of the frugal Clothing- buyer of
Logan, "We shall be pleased at any time to have you in
spect our stock and get our prices, which are always mark
ed in plain figures on each and every article in our house,
and which will invariably be the lowest prices in the Val
ley for similar qualities.
trictly One Price.
Juno Siidlow s ypi Alctandcr, etnl.
In tlio Court of Common l'lens Of Ilniklii)
Notice. Is hereby Riven, that the undersign
ed.Hlierlirof MoekliiK County, Ohio, b) -tuo
of. mi alius jnrUifi v-of salo Issu
id nut nt snld Court Infitlni nbojvo entitled
cause, mid to lilm dlrecltd nlMHliciltr r said
Counly, 'will, nt the dnolrtin! Court llouso
In Loan, on ii jv
Saturday, May 7th, A. 1). 1892.
lit 1 o'clock I. 51. of said day, oiler for sale lit
public miction, the following lands and tone
mints, sltuatoln Ho Idnu County, u., to-wlt:
Aiul lw,ltin flin tinrlh eilst. nunrtel' nf thn
south edst qunrter, nnH ilio south enH nunrler
of the. south cast nuarter, of section telo
Democrats iind Ilopubllcniis
At leust they uro in ono rcspput
rttul that Is both pnrties uro uuin
iiulled to hold convuntioim to noni-
iiialo u ruprpsuntutlvu for tin? Chief
jaxi'fiitlvo umeo or t,lio United
Stuturi, and ns this great uv 'lit will
noon liikupluco in cho cities ofChlo
uroiuid MiiiiioiipolIrt,doli'Kiitoi and
others wh i uontemplatu nttendiiitr
nrolnvltedto correspond with V.
II. Flnher. Oenorul PnsHonirer &
Ticket Agont Buckoyo ftlnito, Col- ColuinbiiK, (),, Mny, 24 and 25,
uinhiiH, Ohio, for rutes vhi this '(ip-'good to return until Muy 27. Half
Hlur route, I fure,
(12) township thirteen (n) raiiEO Heentei-ii
i i couiiuniugMiaiits niuio ur ii".-..
Also tho south past imrter of tho north
fast ninirtr of Hi.nilnn twelve f 12) townshln
thirteen (llt)rnnEOseNonlioii 17 lontHliilui;
4U acres mora or less.
In all 120 acics mnro or less,
A unmixed nt UXK).
Terrrs of sale, cusli
Given under my hand nt Logan, Ohio, this
2nd day of April, A. 1 WK.
nylt. I)acy, Deputy.
John Hansen, Atty. for pltft.
W. G. DA"WS0N. M. D.
PHYSICIAN & SUKGEON,
Has Just constructed a new ofllio with
i r ..i...... n ....ii...., , j .. ...i iv w..
IIMIU'TII Llill,tlii ii,u,iif'ii,,ii,,n,,iii. iii (v
nnd Is non thnroiighh pripnrid and plvlni;
special attention to all ihronlc and prliatu
disease". Call on the Dot tor and bo satisfied.
AlvwiN to bo round at olluoor leslilenie, ix
ept when niiessar iiilWto thoeountn.
I. H. Johnson et nl v Oldeon O. llerciidon,
In tlu Court nf Common IMeas of Hocking
Nothols herehv glv n, that tho undeislgn
ed Slu rill of Hoi king Count j, Ohio, bj li
t ue of nil order of sale Issiud out of said Court
In the above entitled cause, and to him dl
icited as Sheiltt of snld County, will nt the
door of the Court House In Ion'iin, on
Saturday May, 21, A. J). 1S02,
nl 1 o'i lock V. M. of said da , offer for sale at
public iiuet Ion, the follow lug lands ami tene
ments, sltuato In Hoiking County, Ohio, to
Tho west half of tho southwest quarter of
section thlrt.i IImi ( l'), township eleven (11),
riiuircf Ightieii (16 , the same being fractlomil
lot No. 8, In snld section tlilrt v tho, (13),
'lei ins s llei ilsh.
(liven under m hand nt Lojjnn, Ohio, this
li, day of April A. 1). 1VI2.
I). W. Wright, Shirltr.
Ily It. llavev, Deputy.
H. II. Iirlght, A Ity forl'ttr.
A. L. O'NEILL.
NOI'AHY PUHMC & ItKAL IJSTATC
Starr P. 0. Hocking County, 0.
Money loaned on security. Collei tlons
made. Lignl business trnnsiuted. All on
most rciisonnhlo leims.
Thn room in Collins Building,
lately necupled hy Bates & titici-i.
A good and convenient room ut u
bargain. Ayply to
BABKIN & WOLIN8KY,
By this line
U can leii' for
Every night in the
Elegant Pullman Sleepers which
Hun from Columbus
Ohio, to Chicago, III.
Union Depots, no
Transfers. Try it once.
Shiloh'iCatarih ltemedy ti positive-
cure for catarrh, diphtheiia
and canker-mouth. Sold by Mil
ler & Case.
Mnrj V, Wood,;cnrd v Ilebeeia Johnston
In tlio Com t of Common 1'ltns of Hocking
Notice Is lierebj given, that the undersign
ed, Hherlrl of Hoiking County, Ohio, by vir
tue of nn alias order of salo In partition Issued
out of said Court In theabovn entitled cause,
and to lilm dlreilid as Sherlllofsa d Count,
will, ut t ho door of tho Com t House In Loan
Sat in day April 80, A. J). 1892,
nil o'clock I'. M , of said ilny, offer for silo
at public miction, the following hinds nnd
tcucmtints, sltuato In Hocking Count , Ohio,
llolng fractional lot No. 7. of section twenty
ono CJ1), township eleven (11), rango elghttin
(IS,, Also tho south half of the southeast
iiuarterofsaldsiitlon twentoui'(Jl , town
ship elDM'ii (II), runge eighteen (18). and the
northeast iiuartcrnftho nnithenst fiiartu of
scitlon luentjelglil (28), township i lev en (11)
range eighteen (Is) containing In all two
hundred and tuenlvslt ucics
Appraised nt t.7li 00
t cash, Sin ono car nnd ', In two jcars
frnmdny of s lo; doferrcd piiMiients to benr
InU'mst nl6 percent, seiuicd bj inortgagoon
Given under mv timid nt Irfignn, Ohio, tins
2.1. day of Slnrch A. I). 1R02.
D. W. WJlIOHT.Shoilfr,
lly It nno, Dcpul.
Hutchlbou X Jlrlglit, Altys for 1'ttT,
Willis M.Ktnhletnt u J. W.Shlrkcy ct nl.
In tho Com t of Common I'lcns of Hocking
Notlic Is hereby ulvi n that tho underslgn
id, She.-lll of Hoiking Countv, Ohio, by lr
tun nt ail Older ot Salo Issued out of said
Court In theabove entitled e mse, and to him
illieetul as Sherlll ol snld County, villi, nt
the door of tho Court llouso In Logan, on
Saturday April 30, A. 1). 1S92,
at 1 o'eloi k 1. M of said daj . offer for salo nt
public auction, the follow In: hinds nnd tene
ments, sltuato in Hocking Count) , Ohio, to
wit: Lot No. 1. in section ID, Tow nshlp 11 , rango
19, cnutalnln linens moie or It ss.
Also the northeast quaiter ot the north
west ipuuter of Sic no, same, township and
lange et cpt lluiiisoulof said lot contain
ing U m ics
Appraised nt ll'iOOT
filvdi undi'i m.v hand nt Lognu, Ohio, Dili
21,da of March A. D ls-
D. W. WHKIIIT, Sherin.
ll.v II. Ilave.v, Deiiut.
J. It. lllnson, All for l'llt,
Matilda Lchimiu vi Juno Thompson, etnl.
In the Court nf Common 1'lenii of Hocking
Notiio Is hcrohy given, that tho undo sign-
i d, Slurlll of IIo king Coiinl) , Ohio, hy Ir-
tueol an alias oidei of snle In nnrtlt on Issu-
edoutof sold Comt In the above fiitltlcd
cause, nnd to him diluted as Hherlll of suld
Count j, will nt tho door or llio Court House
in Logan on
Saturday April 30, A. 'I). 1892,
nt 1 o'clock V, M., of snld day, ollVr for snlo nl
1 uhllo unction, the lollow lug lauds mid tene
ments, Hltuato In Udi king Counts, Ohio, to
ult: Tho south hiilfnf the norllienst nuarter ot
section twentjeljhtUS) tow nshlp eleven (It)
uiliL'fi clL'hti l n (lril
AlVt friii tlnnnl lot No.
twenl eight (jsi
2, In suld section
rVmiriilsedat VW 00
Tunis of sale:
'',f nsh l',lnono venrnnd 'n In two cars
fnimdny orsalcjdifirrcd pnnieiilH to bear
luteicst at II per cent secured by mortgage on
(llvi u under mv hand at Logan, Ohio, tills
25, day of March A. D. ISf.'
11. W. WKKI1IT, HherllT.
A. T, Hutilitson, Attj for l'ttl.
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