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ymim miiihiu i uuacaniPS8iiiii"iiiiiiiH 7e Hocking Sentinel A Jcivi.v Greeiu Editor $' Proprietor - - -- , , : - . .- . fiithscrivtion ftjee. - - $1 50 DEMQP.QMC NATlOANLTlCKEr, For PreMdeut- GROVE It CLEVELAND. For Vice President, rADLAI STEVENSON. f DEMOCRMIC STATE TICKET, For Secretary or State, W. A. TAYLOR, r rrunkllii County. Judge or Supreme Court (long term). JUPGE JOHN H. UKIGGS, ol Monroe. Judge of Supreme Court, (sliorl term), JUDGETHUMAS BEER, ol Crawfoid. Clerk of Supreme Court, WILLIAM II. WOLFE, ofTalrfleUl. Member Board of I'uhlle Works, ' JUllNN. MEYERS, of Hamilton. Presidential Electors at I-arge, 11. S. STERN BERGER, Of Miami, . JAMES V. SEWARD, of IllclilaniJ, Presidential Elector, 11th Uisliict. " JAMES WATSON, of Meigs. o .'DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Kor County Auditor. KELSON AUMSTHONG. For Conntv Treasurer. JOHN NOTKSTONE. For Conntv lleonrder. D. Jl. O'HAKE. For Conntv Commissioner. F. J. KHE1U. ForlnQrmnrv Director. JOHN U. KKINN. ' Protection and Pinkerton arc synonymous. Tbey show up in tbeir true colors at Homestead. Tan Zanesvillo Rolling Mill is accessible by boat and barge. A Rat or Scab industrial leprosey plight be established bcre and pro tected by tbe McKinley Law and Pinkerton thuds, If Bko. SiBLET-H-ill give an exhi bition and demonstration of his pro posed method of vaccination at the Gallipolis fair, it may be ah attract ivefeaturo for Davenport and for the medical profession. The people of our county should arrange to attend our. own fair first Tbpii the nipncy it Is thought can be spared to spend in Gallipolis at a fair, should bp spent in Logan improving our own grounds. If Carnegie has a right to em ploy three hundred armed Pinker toris to occupy a fortress on the Monongbehala, why not Harrison establish an encampment of three hundred thousand spldjers on the Potqmao? Gaixipolis don't send excursion trains of people to Logan to see ftr fair, which in all dpsirablc attract ions is better than theirs. Then what is the sense in Logan going off to the river to see "West Va. cows, and spend money in Gallipo lis which could be so much more advantageously spent in Logan. If Carnegie will lend his ear to unairman Jrnrseii, tie may get a pointer to lead him out of troubles. Pursell has no prejudice for the Chinese. He would purhaps ad vise a colonization of the Momgo.l- lans at Homestead. As Chairman . Pursell says, don't strike." 'They work. They TnE sheriff of Vinton county had heeu charging" mileage double for a single trip to the Zauesville work house, when he took over two pris oners. He is a candidate for re election, and when his action of double illegal charges was brought against him, hp promptly refunded the money. Up to this time we have not heard that Chairman Pursell has Issued art edict for the colonization of the Chinese on the plateau sur rounding his surbuaban castle. Of course he has the same right to call out the Pinkertons to protect his beloved Chinese, as Carnegie has tq protect his Whitclaw-Reed rats, With the Scotch whiskey present ed him by Mr Carnegie, the liot water prepared for scalding the Homestead workmen, tne sugar pre pared by the refiners' trust at a pro fit of only $19,000,000 per year, and the lemon and spices which Dodge aid Rusk insist that Ameri can farmers should raise, Mr. Har rison can concoct a protective hot Scotch that may be very consoling to him in the sombre days followfng the Koycmber election. The Zauesville Times Recorder, the organ of the dominant Repub lican faction of that city, oiico of busy iron industry, finds fault with the Democratic doctrine of Tariff for revenue only. The platform preferred by the Zanesville Times Recorder and its backers is a "Tar iff for the rolling mill, only." We ahiilp the result of our Dem ocratic plan, hoping it may be as effective in shutting off the tax collector as the Times? Recorder's plan has been m shutting put the laborers. Tup Board o.f Trustees of the Lancaster Reform Farm, have ap- pornled .Mr. Hilles, local editor of the Lancaster Gazette, as steward of that institution. Mr. John A. White recommended Mr. Darley Moore of Logan, for the position. We do not have a personal acquain tance with Mr. Hilles, but the fact that he is a newspaper man, employ ed on the Gazette, a paper that has maintained an unsullied name for business integrity for ucnily a cen tury, is assurance in the start, that the uew steward is an honest man aud '.,::: i.,.iV a ".;:'r' c.v.-jt TnV: killing of Maikey, near ! touched, the pay for aa half years Many, details of which we publish 'subscrilion waiting to hear the con elf.cwlieie, is ono of Iho most cold ! elusion of his biographical sketch blooded murders we have ever heard of, A man in company with his wife, on their way home, is shot down on the road, because ho ro fused to take a drink with a desper ado. "Why don't the people of Adieu county, since the ofliceis seem s-Iow and indilfcrent to their duty iu capturing the murderer, scour the country and destroy the monster as they would a man-eating tiger. We shall wait with much interest to see what the Majesty of the Law, in this instance, wjll do in Gercral Grosveijor's county. We know what the Power. of the People did at the Atheus bridge, once. Tin: Irish Pat, the -inflated Chi cago Coal King, Paddy Rend, poss esses some valuable mining property on the Sunday creek. In good faith, iQjfful of happy, prosperous tiimjs the industrious laborer has located in the Valley, building peaceful villages, happy homes, churches, schools. This protccd'd magnate, Duke of Sunday cicek, says to the men, "You can work at the reduced wages .or be damned." The Rend mines are idle, and dis tres is threatening the Sunday creek. Some years ago this Chicago na bob was instrumental in bringing the Chicago Pinkertons in our val ley. Re called out Forakcr's mil itia and established a negro colony at Rendvillo. This industrial le; rosv still festers near Corning It may break out at Gloiister and Jacksonville, and McKinley law protction and Pinkerton Winchester rifle Protection, may campaign this season in the coal regions. TnE commissioners of Musking um county refused to pay a printers bill of two dollars, Circulars de scribing a man and woman suspect ed of murder. The description given in the circulars, secured the speedy arrest of the suspected part ies, but because the suspected crime occured out iu the country and the bills were ordered printed by a city oflicer, Jhe law-observing, econom ical commissioners, would not stand such extravagance, such lavash ex penditure of public funds. This saving will perhaps encourage the commissioners to turn channels of creeks so as to afford places for more bridges, the fords on all travolcd roads having already been artistic ally and esthetically spanned, and in this public spirited movement, spend a million or more money. Theory of the tax payer is "more bridges." Bridges over dry runs which the teamsters drive around iu the summer and can't get to for mud in the winter. Bridges, give us bridges, if the printers do starve on doing work that may save the county thousands. e have before us the recent catalogue of the Miami University, ip Butler county, Ohio. The cat alogue is a roster of the great men of our country, embracing in the lists, vcucrablc bishops, zealous ministers, jurists of world wide re pute, leaders of armies and senates, governors of great states, men of mark in every honorable, useful pursuit of life. This pioneer col lege in Ohio, a light-house of learn ing on the frontiers of civilization a contuiy ago, has under recent gen erous bequests of Senator Calvin S. Brice, ono of its pupils, risen in new life, equipped in all the modern advantages of the most favoicd in stitutions of learning in this country and bids fair to continue as it ever has been, the alma mater of tbe great men of the future, Rev. Moore, of the Presbyterian church of our town, is a graduate of Miami, and in scholarship of wide scope and compass and chris tian ministerial zeal, is a worthy representative of this old school whioh, in the education it gave him, manifests the sweep of the influence he, like his associate classmates, so strongly dcyelopes in whatever com munity duty may call hnn.. The Lion Store, an experimental brauch'of a Lancaster concern, op erating in an obscure way for some months past in the Bishop building has moved away. The Sentinel did not advertise this foreign ex perimental rival to our established houses. The Sentinel has never yet advertised, aud reccommended to our readers a foreign concern do ing a business similar to our Logan merchants. We believe in patron izing our home merchants. The "Lion" spvead himself in the col umns of all the other Logan papers. Made a great roar and display. It seems nobody heard of him. At least our people did not take to him. The creature was not reccommend ed by the Sentinel. We have in our town good, substantial, honor able Logan stores. Their advor tisments appear in the Sentinel. They pay taxes. They are interest ed in Logan enterprises. They as sist us all in our business, and aid in Logan's progress. Patronize them and in so doing you will notgetleft. They woyt leave us. We hope the papers advertising for the Lion got piy lor tlio ads, and the treasurer got his taxes. Col. Wyckham, and his accom plished little son, are in the city this week delivering the 4th. vol ume, just issued, of Ridpath's His tory, and meeting with deserved success in securing more subscrib ers fcr this valuable- work. Kid path's History is a standard work, and to the reading man' it needs no rcccommendatiou. Bro. Wyck ham, brother because he too is edi tor, is the model oanvaser of this ago, an artistic marvel pf his pro fession. He has the happy faciltv of sizeing up a situation, lie don't irritate, annoy, tire or bore. He can talk inteligently on any sub ject, al1l can cheer and entertain the most ruorosp. He doesn't talk about his bqok at all, unless he is compelled to da bo. It seems like a pain to him to part with one more volume pf his idolized work. His coming to Logan is sunshine and his greeting is cord al tender of good feeling. It is not unlikely tuat a public otnciai will stop in an unfinished calculation of costs, to listen to his melody of words, and giasping, empty-pocketed oditois T ' ' t1 t t (. 1.11- of the statesmen in the town he lqst-visited. We hope Bio. Wyck ham will stay a good while with us and tell us lots of stories and soil lots of Ridpath's Histories. A Most Eighteous Jijdffe- The above headlines express the sentiments of everybody in Fairfield county, incspcctivc of party, in re gard to the honest, capable and sin core administration of Judge Jas. G. Huffman. During his two years occupancy ot the bench in this ju dicipl district, he has administered justice without complaint and he is loved and admired for the fairness of his decisions- Lancaster Eagle. Tired From the Start. We call attention of Democrats to the following from Wilson's "only Democratic paper," of March 12 th. It shows that the editor i not in a good condition for the campaign and certainly should be given a rest: 'We plead ouilty of becoming SOMEWHAT WEAP.Y OF THE FULSOME PltAISE HEAPED UPON CLEVELAND BY MANY Or OUR COTEMP.OIUES." If Wilson is "weary" before the work begins, (Rempcl will have to hire anothey hand. Perhaps he can get Hansen or Burgess. Meeting of the Central Committee. The law requires that the Sec'y of State shall appoint, not later than the 1st. of August, four Super visors of Election for each county iu the state, the supervisors to bo rcccomniended by the committees of the Democratic aiid Republican parties. The rcccommendatiou must be made ten davs before the 1st. of Augnst, so the rcccommendations must not be made later than the 20th. of July. The central com mittee is called to meet' on Saturday July lGth. at 1 o clock in the court room, reccommend the supervisors and transact such other business as may be deemed proper. Tho pres ent board of supervisors are excell ent, representatives oi ineir respect' ivc parties. They have studied .the election laws and are qualifiod to direct correctly the operations of tho now system of voting. They should be reappointed to a second term. I he executive committee should be chescu at the same meet ing, aud steps taken at once to or ganize for the campaign. Sibley's Grievance. . . The Editor of the Gallipolis Tri bune is probing Dr. Probst. It seems tuat me wormy cnaimian ot tnc State BotAd of Health has given out as authority that vaccination will "tai.e" ouaperaon who has had the small pox. This is the assumed cause for Bro. Sibley's puncturing the state pustule. We think, how ever, our cotemporary's hostility to Dr. Probst is for another reason. It will be remembered that in the be ginning of the small-pdx scare, and Vaccination was the order of the day, Bro. Sibloy advanced the idea that ladies should be vaccinated on the leg and not on tho arm, in words as follows, to-wit: "It is tho custom to vaccinate the left arm, but it is better for ladies to utilize their legs for this -purpose. The scar left when the virus "takes" well is unsightly, and oil many social occasions the arm must be bare, and it is better that their loveliness not to be marred by the pits left by vac cination." The venerable Probst did not ap prove the Sibley plan and our gallant cotempory, who js so solicitous for ladies lovely arms on social occasions did not get employment as chief of staff in the vaccination service. Hence, we "infer, his grievance; hence his probe on Probst. Foraker dope for- Gov Forager has many upsand downs, mostly downs of late, but he has never had such a crusher as Tony Barleon gives him by en tirely ignoring his gubernatorial existence. This from tho Vinton Record or last weeK. It is made to appear as a Knife in Green,s fifteenth rib, but its at FoniKer, the bad man who dragged Touy from the red bursh and compelled him to do conscript military service, the ex terminating Dlovv is aimed: Green in his lost week's Issue or the Hock ing sentinel says Forauer was governor. Another evidence that the Keely Cure has proved lrnputeut. PoraKer may appeal to history aud prop up our statement that ho once was Governor, but Tony denies it, aud Benson's beautiful picture in the rotunda of the Capitol will not be noticed bv Bar ley when ho occupes the office of State Printer. Our Managers This Campaign. The Stale Central Committee met In Toledo Iabt Friday anil selected the follow! hi; esec" utive coiiimluee : Col. James rj. Neal, Butler eouuty; Hon. M.l). Huiter, Richland; Hon. M.T. Corcoian, Hamilton; B. F. Wade, I.u cus; W.A. Mayes, Montgomery; It.M. Ditty, Highland ; W. J. Holzer, Logan ; M. V.Heam. Tuscarawas; 1). Uanehy, Franklin ; John G. Kceves, Fairfield; Hon. Jleury Apthorp, Ashtabula; Hon. Tom L. Johnston, Cuya hoga; F.J Ktlnhart, Fraukliu; L. G. Ber nard, Hamilton; S3. A. McMlIIen, Claris; J.L. Trcjior, Franklin. Mr. Farley was; selected Chun man. U. D.Crltes, elected chairman of tho State Central Comitiittce. is auditor of Allen coim ty. and a huMliiiir member of the trrnun of llo Kjliticinus for which Allen and sur- loundlni; counties mo noted. He is a man Cl pleuing address, and will undouliteilly im va liaiipy telcctlon. Mr. Oilc is not alraid to Like a hand in practical pohtics,and Hill he lound a valuable man in consultation ami execution ol details. Hon. John II. Failey, of Cleveland, Chair man oi ine .cxeeuiie ommiuee, scarcely needs any introduction 10 Olilans. Elected ttylce as mayor of the Itehljcun city of Cleve land nlK-MsIus popularity at home. He was olleun'r of Internal levenue under Piesi dentLlevf laud, and was delegate ;o the lute Chicuuo convention, being vlcfc chairman of the Ohio delegation. His fund bl political kiiuultwlgi. islargp. and"as an organizer lie has but few eqinl. Jlr. Farley's friends PToinisc lie will put his lullcht energies fnto the camp.ii:;n, and Republicans will llnd him it licly customer tqds-il With. Hon. I.. C CoIe'.selMtuin as vice Chairman ia m.irk of distinction for laltliful scrvhes lnlhen.ist. Mr. Cole C'ole Mas fcecieuiry of tno r executive cptuinitte in tbe last c-imp.ii and jarful ni-rt hii du.tL.-s ujlh witltfiictioii to HI. He will be a gie.it help to Chairman The wort of the State Commlttre cannot iHll li llieci ill.- appiotm 01 Llie liflliorrailu IMily liciy mi iuber.ouglit lor best rt-Milts, mid it vi:it bi'li-vid on in Jnuinnii'iit this uiip re I'-bo 1, v ith tht cordial iniort ol tlie cm ik n .id, tunuvtit u?-ui.fi '1'i.ija HOCinNO tiKISf'l'lM W3Uf JLJ1 Tlio First Gun of the Campaign. FP.EE TRADE, FP.EE TRAVEL, ON SALT CREEK PIKE. Some time ago citizens of Sail Creek brought an action before Probate Judge Acker, prajing for Hie removal of i he toll gates on tho Salt Creek Pike, claiming the pike company had forfeited it rights to collect toll for the reason tho road was not kept iu proper condition. -. - Judgo Acker granted the peti tion, the pike company appealed the case on error to ihe Common Please. On last Tnursday Judge Huffman affirmed the decision of Judge Acker, and unless the pike campany appeal to the Circut and win the case there, the Suit Creek Pike is henceforth a lree road. The Democrats, and nearly all the people of Salt OreeK are democ rats can now enjoy the blessings of free trade and .travel, untaxed by the tariff of Toll, and haul the voters to the polls, unvexed by the McKinley law or the turn pise tariff. The few Republicans along the line of the road will be given lree passes no Salt River, a Rep ublican extension of the tariff taxed pike. Postmaster Uncle Bill Kennedy, of Nancy, will act as general passenger agent and mast er of traiisnarlalion. MURDER MOST lOUL! IFiom the Nelsonvllle Kecister.l A sensational report reach ed here luesday morning ot a cow ardly and unprovoked murder al llunay City on the evening of the Fourth. Reports were so numerous and differed so much that a Register reported deter. mined to visit tue scene ot tne murder and learn the exact parti culars. On arriving al Murray City it was learned that the shooting occuired about of a mile easfol town. It seems that John Mark- ey and wife had been in Murray Citv Monday, that they both been drinking heavily, and abour 7 o'clock in the evening started for home. When they arrived with in 200 or 300 yards of their home, two men were found sitting on a pile of stones, one ot whom asked Maiker to ''como and drink' with him. On Markey's refusal, he deliberately arose and fired three times, the third shot taking effect iu the abdomen, inflicting a mortal wound. The reporler visited Ihe scene of Ihe murder. It is in a wild and lonely dell, fit place for the com mission of such a cowardly and diabolical crime. Mrs. Markev was seen and the following statement in substance was obtained from her: sirs, jiarkey's statement. We were coming home from Murray City, and near Carpenter's saloon we saw three men together We called on Mrs. Harpes who lives near. My husband and Mrs ilarner began Quarreling and lie called her a liar. One of these three men savs "Jacky, did you call me a liai?'' Mv husband said 'No. I did not mean you." We then waited for the men to leave, which they did, going over the hill toward where we live. We start ed for home, and on the lop of Ihe hill we found these men laying in the bushes, drinking beer. One ays. "Jaetty, come ana nave some beer. I said 'tnmo nil"' and we went around them aud down the KW.t.t. w.M hill to Mr. Davenpoit's I was afraid of the men, and knocked on the door, expecting to stop there until they went away. Daven port's were not at the house and we started home. 'Just below Devanpoit's two of these men were sitting on a stone, one a small man, Ihe other large. Just after we passed, the small man says "Jacky Murkey, come and drink some beer with me."My husband said, "JNo, have had enough." The small man then arose, drew a re volver and said "Jacky Markov, G dd 11 you, if you, don't diink with me, I411 6hoot you." John said '"Shoot and be d d," where upon he fired three times, the first It wo shots going over his head and the last striking him in the bowels Afier he was shot my husband said "You are .a nice man. I never carry such things in my pocket." The larger man tried to prevent Ihe shooting, begging tho other fellow '"For God's sake, not to shoot." After my husband was struck, both men turned without a world, and fled in the direction oi'Glousler. I dragged John home and went for the neighbors. This occurred between 7 and 8 o'clock before it was quite dark. I think 1 eon Id recognize. Ihe man w.fio did it. They were drunk and had their pockets and hands fiill- of beer bottles. They sfemell to kuo.v my husband." Strange to-sny. the murderer so f'ar.hiis not been apprehended. Luther Spitzer, of near Glousler, Elijah Cobb,, of Mud Forlc, and a fellow named Wade, of Jackson vine, were arrested on suspicion. and tnken eclcre diar&ey. but he failed to recognizo them as the guilty parlies, although he said Cobb had been with him that day. A great many peojde about. Mar ray Cil seem to think there is something hack of it all. that has not. yet come to light. Mrs. Mark ey is said to have been too inti mate with other men, and H is whispered about that shn may know more aboufit than s.ho caies to tell. aiarkev lingered in grpat ngonv Dill il TliesdnV PVeilill! ill S oVlock :'.. Wlieil Ills Mill JiaSbL'd :i the ifcxt i LeVOIld lie was a miner in O f years 1)1(1, industrious and peace-' i i i : .. i i i i : i : I lllle, illldjcted to liaid (Illllkllig II WH-i llOt known to liaVO ;ln j eiveniv in llie noun, Jf Y nyu Irf Kj FnniinfflftiBlri rli1 "x- '- - A ggrj;r.jv - AT THE !aB ITIS'IHE TIRCTTia: Tliat cur stock is made up of tue choicest selections and. latest styles. Fine fitting Men's Black andBlu.e Worsted Dress Suits, frock or sack coats. Come in and try them on, and ask our prices before you buy elsewhere. Our -men's ad wool Cashmere Suits for business or dress, light, medium or dark, we sell from $7 to $12. Be sure to see them before you bua. Men's good substantial Suits from $4 to $8. We have the bes that can be produced for the nionay. Special prices to close out stock will continue until July 1st. :cgac&3oe q::-occc :&3oc$d$3cg F. Blasius & Son Ilave- Children's Suits for $1.25. Knee Pants 22c. F. Blasius & Son's HATS are on top They Lead. Stiff, Soft, Felt and Straw Dats They have Largest Variety and Latect Styles to select from. Don'fc buy before looking at nd 75c; Imported French Balbngans 1. White Shirts, irr&kes and lovest prices. SIG-IsT OIF1 THE IREID IFIRO INTE1, OPERA HOUSE, .... LOGAN? OHIO. The McArthur Pair- We publish elcewhare a notice of the forth coming McArthur Fair. This Fair is one of a number in an Association including many of the most successful ofour neigh boring towns, aud McArthur is one of the best on the list. McArthur is our near neighbor. We are Kin with her people and aie partners in business. We are but an hour's ride distant. Our nearest neighbor, our best friend tvhelher the occasion is a frolic or a fuueral. It will be remembered that when the railroad was completed Irom Logan to McArthur, our Sis ter made happy haste to come and visit us. The entire town turned out and came over to meet Logan's embrace and enjoy Our hospitality. It was a family reunion whose fra grant memories still Keep fresh in mind and heart Ihe good feeling between us. Vinton, by decree of the powers that be. is with IIocKing, one Representative district. In this, our political lelallons liKe our bus iness connections aie closly woven together. McArthur visit us in crowds of her good people, at an Fair time. If they do not spend so much money al our hotel, it is because relatives and friends open wide their hones for welcome reciptions. But McArthur vigils our Fair, and it will be a good time for L;jgan to do the civil by returning the visit at their Fair lime. jl will be just afler harvest. A good lime for a Harvest Home rest. It comes in advance ofour Fair, and seeing theirs may give iia some ideas how to mane ours better. At any rate if wegotolMc Arthur, we will get a return visit and that we never got and never will get from Galliplis. The following pleasant mention of our co temporary, from Bro. Jim Newman, editor of the Portsmouth times, a once callow com panion, is delightful to read in these times of hiss and sting lrora reptiles that traU on men's track. "Sill Pursell. the hrll'lnnt editor ot Logan. says he leels a spirit creeping over him tharl he wcnui iiketo return to rorismouiii turn end his days here. His visits are more fre nuent than formerly. He was here on the Fourth with lii friend. Uencial Grosvenor.i and took part In tho exereisesof the day. He rode in a earrlage Willi Ihe local press repre sentatives, in tho parade, and his heart swelled as he saw the familiar laces ojx every hand. He met moro of his old acquaintan ces than on any former visit. He met many friends aud neighbors who had not seen him slnco lie was a callow and rather lrrepres slbla youth." We endorse all thaj Bro. Newman says or, Sill Pursell, as editor and fellow, and vouch for lilin having here, as well as in his oldl home, good friends and neighbors. But here we draw the Hue. When panoplied in a saffron suit, equipped with his Central Committeeman credentials. ridir.g.tlirougu our city airing his congenian -,.,... .., i .. .. ,,, . .... -..I-.., ""'"' .";' """ f -- " and cuts such fantastic tricks before the pub - lie as to mate Gov. McKinley weep. We are willing that j ou.shall have relumed to Portsmouth now "to end their days" his suit, his credentials nnd ills ulgger. AVo would like to have SU Pursell, callow aud irrepressible, left alive with us. TOR SALE. Jersey Cows anil Poland-China IToirs, and Pure Plymouth Kocli -liggs, tor address 1-21-37 -.., W - Tf . , " , II Hatching. Call F. S. Case, Logan, O. Farm for Sale. One Hundred anil Fifty acres of val uable lai d land, in Stair township, in quire of. WELDY & BUEKHAUS. June lC-tf. Jacob Sel'.waiz is atiPiit for the best make of Hay Hakes. 7-3t Call on Jacob Scliwurg lor Hay Rakes, Buckeye Mowers and Ma chine Oil. 7-31 The very best maKe of Bay Rakes nt Jacob Scliwaiz's. 7-3t " Notice to Creditors. nmE of tub stople's wank. V LUUA.N.IA, JUIV H, IMC a ,n,.tiui. F tbi ftiHliloi Mill tlicnris of th' - PKuPLKS HANK ol Lll-iui, Mill be held i uciiipi i hjiici , iiuinf,oniniii.ij, .u aw. a one ,, ick. AH sue .ninu-lly i,ua.t.il toatt.ud and to nmteoinei irieua. L.A.cui.Yc.n,riesident. 14.. j-,3 ""'" '"J CATCH ON ?Bgwr?yHre.www4WwiM "I HE LEADING eLQTHiEHS," - InTS: nzaLj j - .yjwwtg i nwiiin F. Blasius & Son's Styles and Prices in Children's Clothing Lead. F. Blafsius & Son Are headquarters for Children's Goods, Shirls, Watsls, Neck lies, &c. our line of Summer Underwear. Special prices to close until July 1st. FRANK BLASIUS SON, PROBATE NOTICE. MOTICE Is hereby aiven thni tlie following -t accounts nml voncliirs lmve been Med In tlo Probate Court or Hocking county, Ohio, lor first and final settlement. Abel Ciirpenter Administrator of the Es tate of Ueorge Harmon, deceased. And the same will come on for hearing on the ICth day of July, 1SS2, at IU o'clock, n. m., or a soon thereatterusmny bo convenient. June 2.-3w. W. T. ACKElt. Probate J udge PROBATE NOTICE. TVJOT1CE is hereby given that the following -" accounts and vouchers have been tiled in the Probate Court of Hocking County, Ohio, lor second partial settlement. Henry Federcr (Ju.udian of the Estate of Theresa Salle, nn Imbecile And the same will come on for hearing on theSJthday of July, !-'. at 10 o'clock, A M., orassenn thereafter as may be convenient. July 7-3t. XV. T. ACICKK. Probate Jndge. PRORATE NOTICE. fjOTlCE is hereby given that the following " ni'iMuiits and rnuelicrs have been filed In the Probate Court of Hocking County, Ojiiiv lurnvuiKi aim niiai au uuii!iui. l.cah ytemen aud John A.Stemen, Kxecn torsof tbe Will of Abraham Slemen, deceM. And tne same will come on for heirlugnu the Mill d.iy of J uly, lb-j.', at 1(1 o'clock, A.M. or as soon therealterasinay be convenient. JulyT-3t. H.T. ACKElt, Probate Judge. Logan Sctal feaminers Meetings. The Board of School Examiners of Logan Village will hold regular meetings for tliee nniln.itlou of applicants lor teachers ceitlU cates as lollows, yjz; On the third Wednesday of February, A pril. June, August, October and December, At theolllceof theSnperlnteudent, iu the School liuilding, of said Village, commenc ing ul 10 o'cloclc-a.m., of ench day. By Order of Exa m 1 n ers. A. H. WILS ) N, J. H. DYE, Clerlr. President Legal Notice. William II. Woodruff. Kobeit XV. Kevnes, William F. Case and Klavius b. Case, Plaintiffs, vs. The Motherwell Iron aud Steel Company, L.A. Culver, ct. al., Delcndauts. rrO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED In The -1 Motherwell Iron and Steel Com pany.notlce fs heiebyjjiven ttnUon the 6th day of July, 18K, the Court of Common Pleas of Hocking CtAimy, Ohio, made the following order In the above entitled cae, to-wlt: It Is theiefoio ordered by the Court that Viigil CVLpwry, E.-'!., be nnd lie is hereby appointed Keteiee herein, and all pirsons lntertsted In s.iid Corporation aio hereby icqulred to show cause. It any .they have, why said Cor poration should not be dissolved befjre said Reteiee, at theComt House, In the Vlllageof Logan, 'Jhfp, on tliellth day of October, A. D, 1892. at'to o'clock, it. in. And said Virgil C. Lowry is ordrred to proceed on said day aud suln-equetit days, to which said hearing may bo continued, to hear the allegations and proofs otsnch parties, administer oaths, take testimony la relation thereto, if neees. sary, and with r.ll convenient sDeeil, report the same to the Court with a statement of the property, effects, debts, credits and en gugemuits t( said Corporation, and of all other matters and things pertaining to its atlairs. D.H. LAI'PAN. . ,. .,, inciL C. Lou ni, Refeiee. Cleric of Courts. July 11-3 w Assigns Sals of Real Istite. Iirthe Court of Common Pleas of Hocking County. John A. Sarber, Assignee of AY. B. Brooks, 4 Plain tin. vs. George M. Persons, Trustee, etc. Defendants, et. al JN pnrsuanco of an alios order of s:lft from sale at pub ' Court llous -"-sain conn tome directed, I will offer for i door of the ouso In the A'illageof Logan, Hock 1UK county. Mate ol Ohio, free from the dower . mterest-ol Uucliel lliooks. wife of the said XV. 11. n.roos. and also lree from all lease hold interest of ilessn D.ilrymple, ileunet atfil Myers, ou Monday, August 1st, A. D., 1892, at one d'c)ock. P.aT., the following described rcuVestnto, situated in tlie county of Hock ing, state r Ohio,-Jo wit : Section jiumbc'r.'jiloeteeii (19), Township number thirteen (lSjlbinge number HI teen (15), lif tho Ohio-Crtmpany's Purchase, In Ward Township, Hocking County, Ohio, C-i.taiiiIng-6S9a-H'0 noes, by nclnal nie.is urrnent, except one acre sold to Wallace.one acre sold to H. C.JIitchel and two acres hold to XV. Quigtey out or said section, ami- lor particular description of said three small tracts, reference h hereby made to record of dteilsof licking Comity, where tho deeds Iconi said XV. 1!. lirooks and wife to said sev eral parties arc duly recorded iu Hocking County,' AIo, one other tract of lai.d, that is lo say, bping jtiie north-west quarter of Section nuinbertliirtucn(Iu).iiiaid township. r.Mige in Ohio company's ruiclnKeiu Ward Ion u ship, and adjoihssald section number nine teen oh the e.ist and contains 1SD 17-ludacre.s byaOLlial measurement. Al-ir, one other tructof land, to-wlt: lien.g olfthe-uest end ol thosoulh halfotsaid sec tion No. thirteen (rl), beitinningatthesoiitli west corner of Mini stctinn number thirteen (I."), thence .ast along the south line thereof j tweiity-(me(il)cli:ii,us. thence north lorty- nvii ami sixty i:c niimireuiii i uu-iia ch-iiii.li) tbe half section line, thence west along said lialfscctlon Hue to the west line oi thesection, twenty-one ('Jl) chains, thence south along the west linn of said Section, forty-two a::d rorly one hundredth (12 -I'MOI) chains to the place of beginning, containing, ei'duy-nino and twenly-flve oiiohundreth ('J &-100) acres. The aboo aescrlbeU lands appraised as one tract or land at 5119,110-1)0. Terms of falecash, JOHN A.BVKBEB, Assignee or XV. B. Urook. J.T. Holmes, Taymiis and TAYLOK and S il.Br.miiT. l'laiutlll'a Attorneys. Jhiii- :), 1S9.'5. .liirtih ijfliw.iiz. the old reliable Ilaidwaie ineiciiiiil. ha the lies! i quality of Machine 0.1 for McAvers, ! '1 hresherF, &c. 7-3t -7...1U. JJXt iJu-iu -in " TO THE FAGTTHAT r-ymflu - sxTTs sz GHT F. Blasius & Son, Dave Boys Suits from THREE DOLLARS lo TEN. F. Blasius & Son Are Headquarters for Working men's Pants, Shirls and Over alls. We carry Sweet, Orr &Co's,be?l in Ihe world. Pan la 75c, lo $1.50. Summer Merino 37 l-2c, Lilse Thread and Balbrigans .47c JNegligee bhlrts the largest assortment, latest styles, heat RsMM RDnTUtDQ yWH DtiUintKo. -THE Ts li Golf Fiisfa Are Closing Out their Entire Stock of SUMMER GOODS AT COST. Gentlemen: We will for Thirty Days, from June 25th until July 25th, 1892, ofier for sale at Cost, all our Summer Suits, Summer Pants, Light Colored Derby Hats, Straw Hats, Summer Neck Wear, Black Satteen Shirts and Sum mer Underwear. This is the greatest chance ever offered to tbe peo ple of Logan and its vicinity, to get the Newest, the Choicest, the most Fashionable, and by far the best qualities in this line of goods ever offered at cost. We are compelled to do this in order to make room lor our Immense Large Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, which will be coming in daily after July 15'th. Gentlemen: It will pay you to eali and examine our goods, and Avill assure you that the Styles, Quality and Price will suit you. REMEMBER BROWN BROTHERS, One Door West of Kempel House, LOGAN, Hi (fib ' 0 , tfML , ' M 1 s y s . :,, M ni c' J&Y " " r (y czc-iJ. (Qy-& -ilaG& '-'fa 4' Rli I 1 S. 1 iO. Sfc 4 Ti h iV fflk I II I I V : yi r?i ni Lf I soinT. GOODS PRICE V F. Blasius & Son's For Ihe BEST MADE and BEST FITTING Boys' Soils. F. Blasius & Son's Neckwear is the Gnesl Linen in Southern Ohio. They keep the Latest Styles of Cluett, Coon "' & Co. and &. W. Col lars and Cuffs. - --- rV FINE- I,rffrr. THE PLACE, - OHIO. 3? V, J. il "-j--jy -" - tra-""