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For This Week.
SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS
For This Week.
Tritsch and Stiers,
Tritsch and Stiers,
An Elegant Lino of
which, for value,
FAR EXCELS ANYTHING
Wo lmvo ever onerw!.
20 Pieces India Linen,
12 Olid 14 ctH, per iid,
Former Price, 15 and 20 cents.
30 plvccH liomcHtte SnftcciiH, at
20 nieces French SnttoeiiH,
2Bc, formerly 35c.
One Lot Black Silk, $100,
A 8PKCIAI, IJAMJA1N
Lirtge Line of
FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS,
Ladles' White & Colo'u Embroidery suits
llnlc of Standard 7 c. Sheetings ,ii 3c.
Attractive Lines of
WOOL AND WOHSTKI)
We have thin -week made
a Sweeping Reduction
in the prleeH of
many goods, too numerous
IS THE TIME
!o km Mi
' 1X-2 eta., former price 10 X-ll.
BE ffl .
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THE OHIO DEMOCRAT.
Lancaster celebrated the 1th.
Christ Nlll and Frank Lehman
of this place, was in Luncastor Mon
day. Noah Schwarz and ltob Alex
ander started for Wichita, Kan.,
M. M. Green lias retired from
the presidency of the C., Itf-V. & T.
Some delightful music was
made ' ly Prof. Tehnyhill's orches
tra Tuesday night.
Subscriptions to the Democrat
are coming in rapidly. "We are ad
ding td Our list daily.
Dr.Farquhur was atthe Rempol
House this week. One of the Dr.'s
regular professional visits.
Mr. Wilford Stires.of Hayden
ville, is about to make an extended
trip to Kansas and other parts of
-tMrs. Willi Larimerr of East
Hunter St, Is slowly recovering
under, tho. watchful care of' Dr,
Mr. George Bright,, of our town,
started on a visit to Kansas Thurs-1
day of this week, intending to stay
about a month.
The council are busily engaged
this week In making somo valuable
and necessary improvements on the
City Building premises.
B. K. Tritsch and his father, J.
E. Tritsch, left Logan last Tuesday,
on a trip to Topeka and AViehitu,
Kansas, and other Western points.
Oii Wednesday, the Logan
3MTg Co. shipped to IT. C. Comstock,
at the depot in Nelsonvllle, Ohio, a
line lunch counter for his restau
rant. Dr. Apiin, of Carbonhill, was
In town Thursday last on his way
to Kansas where ho will spend
iil)otit"threbJwceks visiting various
We wcro delighted with a call
from C. L. V. Hoke, who dropped
into town Thursday to renew his
ucquuintnnce, and get n, drink of
t A game of base ball between
Columbus and Lancaster, played
at Lancaster. Monday, resulted in
i score of 11. to Sin favor of the
1 -The Logan Manufacturing Co.
. lias the contract and will shortly
build a good, substantial dwelling
house for Supt. McCray, on his lot
on Market street.
Sheriff Gallagher is giving tho
fences, outbuildings, &c. of the jail
Jot a thorough renovation and white
washing Frank McBridc and
Vernon Bowen are the artists.
J. M. Floyd, on Thurday after
iioon,i"8liook hands with his many
friends, and took 'his departuro On.
jf Stif extended'vlsit to Kansas and
other points in tho Great West.
, Mr. M. V. B. McQlelland and
Charles Julieu, two of tho unterrl
tied Democrats of Perry Township,
"SVorb fu town Wednesday, attend
ing to business in tho Probato Court.
Bead tho Advertlsinont of the
Old Reliable corner store iff Collins
& Moore, opposite tho Court House,
-where attent'iyo and obliging
clerks can be found at all times
ready and willing to attend to tho
wants of customers.
, Tho funeral of Mrs. Farrell,
who died of 'pulmonary consump
tion, occurred Thursday morning
from St. John's Catholic Church,
Rev. Father Cady officiating. Tho
remains woro taken to 'Athens, her
former lipnu, for interment.
' "" J Wo wore ploa'shd "to mbet, at
tWr onlcft.Qur; forihore'nlul'jwns
nian, Mr. J. F. Wheeler, tho travel
ing salesman of tho Coal nntl Iron
Syndlcato'tho Itocklng Valley,
looking ,y4l and hearty. Mr. W.
moved his family from Detroit to
Columbia's, July 1st, and is now a
noighbflr Qfrs. , ,
'WtiJftre, pleased to know that
x our young townsman, vt, R, W.
, Hansen, bus formed a business part
nership with Dr. Alderman, of Nol
ponville, and bus token up his resl
4louco at that place. Wo congratu
late the people of Nojsonvlllo on se
eurJng tho horvJcoB of bo active mid
accompllsHo'da prac'tjonor as B.
Will Burbery was In Lancas
Ed Collins, of Coonvllle, was at
' Mr. Wilson, of Nelsonvllle spent
the third in Logan.
Mr. Meyers', of Nelsonvllle, was
In tiio city Saturday.
John Weaver, of tho Republi
can Gazette, is badly poisoned.
Mr. C. It. Baird, of Bulrd's Fur
nace, was in tile city Monday and
Ed Bectenwald, of Pt. "Pleas
ant, is spending the week with his
Ed Davenport, city editor of
The Republican Gazette, was in
John Kern, is Logan's happiest
man now, and all because it's a
girl, and looks exactly like its
The thanks of the printers arc
tendered to Mrs. G. W. Brelim for
a sack of delicious apples. Come
again. ki ,
We are 'in receiptiof tlie July
number of the Song Friend pub
lished by S. W. Straub, Chicago,
HVe Have the best Imposing
stones in the valley. They were
furnished by Eitjelo &,McLaln, our
popular marble and granite deal
ers. Our enterprising Dry Gondii
and Notion dealers, Harmison
A Co. are still selling goods regard
less of cost. Read the prices in an
A mean advantage was taken
of tho Fourth of July this year. Il
was 'doubled up." However, it
was able to prevent all efforts to
"knock it out."
The Protestant Mothodiht con
gregation at Pino Grove, Bentbn
township, will celebrate Children's
Day, July 18; the schools of Pros
pect and St. Johns will participate
All are invited.
Dr. Charles F. Gilliam former
ly of Nelsonvllle, O., has written a
booic entitled "Love and Mcdl
cine." If the Dr. can administer a
medicine that will make tho course
of "True Love run smooth," he is.
entitled to a cbromo.
We learn that Frank, u twelve
year old son of Thdnius Mattox,
of our town, came near drowning
while bathing in tho river 'near
the R. R. depot on Wednesday
last. Whon taken from tho water
he was senseless. Dr. Dollison was
called and by diligent .'and of
fiicient professional service ho rc
sussltuted. We had a pleasant call on last
Tuesday. from our old friend, G. L.
Ryder, formerly of Millvillo this
county, but now of Stewnrtson,
Shelby comity, Ills., at which place
ho is in mercantile business. He
reports business good, and that he
is in love with Ids new location,
"May lie live long and prosper."
Mr. W.H. Burke, of Lancaster,
called at our oillce on -Tuesday.
Mr. Burke is 'the agent of tho Bell
Telephone company, and was feel
ing our business nion on the subject
of establishing communication be
tween Logan, Nelsonvllle, Haden
ville and Columbus. This proposi
Hon If qnrqed out would bo a con
venionco to our business, men and
at a rate much cheaper than tho
telegraph. Wo hopo -Mr. R'urke
will meet with the necessary en
On Tuesday ovohing last, Hock
ing Valley Lodge No. 202, 1. O. O.
F. installed their officers for the
incoming 'term, Tho ceremonies
wero conducted by D. 1), G. M.,
George Dreshor, of Greenland, No.
342, assisted by tho following:
P. G., A. II. AVllson as G. Mar
shall; P. G., E. B. Comly as Grand
Warden; P. G., J. W. Sterling us
Grand Sept.; P. G., R. O.KlttHmtl-
ler as Grand, Guard. The following
elective otllcors woro present and
Inducted Into their positions, Hen
ry .Shall'or, N. G.; James Barnes,
V. 'Gyj John T 'Sanderson, Roc.
Sect. A mil corps ot appointed
oillcors wero also Installed. Dur
ing tho lust'alx months this Lodge
has received $701,07 and hos paid
as sick boned t s 1201,01) besides a
considerable sum In addition to tho
aboyo for nursing tho sick. Tho
Lodgo is ii a prosperous condition
and has a present membership of
On the Ohio and West Vir
An Old Grudge Between Two llhcr
Men Culminates la an Attempt
On Tuesday evening last, as the
regular passenger train on tho O.
& W. Vn. R. R. was steaming along
past Union Furnace, this county,
the passengers In one of the coach
es were startled by tho report of a
pistol in the car. And on investi
gation it was found that two Ohio
River boatmen, James Dailey and
John Needlmni, who wero on their
way from Pomeroy to Pittsburg,
had met and were attempting to
settle an old grudge.
The shot was fired by Dailey at
Needliam, butthe ball missing him,
penetrated the roof of tho car,
whereupon the bystanders
threw him (Dailey) down, dis
armed and held him, until Conduc
tor Thompson appeared on the
scene and took the man into custo
dy. Ho was brought to Logan and
had a hearing before Mayor Steln
niiui and was held for trial. In de
fault of bail ho is now boarding
with the .Sheriff.
Grand Family lleunion
Of Parents, Children and Grandchil
dren. A 'very happy company assem
bled on Monday evening, July 3th,
consisting of the children and
grandchildren of the bout, Mr. Jo
seph W. Rochester, at his pleasant
home on West Second street.
There were present on tho occa
sion, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stiers, Of Lo
gan; Mr. and Mrs. Win. Rutin, of
Point Pleasant W.Va.; Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Hansen, of NcImouvHI.c;
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ruber, Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Rochester, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Rochester, of Logan,
children, together with 1!) grand
children, and tho following friends
of the family:, Mr. and Mi. John
Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stiers,
Miss Jennie McBroom and Mr.
Ellas Reber, all of Logan.
Supper was served at a season
able hour, and after onjoylng tho
company of each other to a luto
hour, the party broke up.
We, in common with tho many
friends of Mr. Rochester, hopo ho
may live to enjoy many more such
happy occasions, and may each of
the children and grandchildren
there assembled, live ton hoary old
On July ilrd., at half past two
P. M. a procession, that would
haye caused Bnrnum, with his
celebrated street parade to hunt
his winter quarters, wound Its
way through the principle streets
and thoroughfares of tho city.
Tho characters represented wero
all we'll gotten up, and showed
that",the yeurers had not failed to
completely dlsguNe themselves.
Tho brilliant procession was un
der the management of Gen. G. G.
Gage, and the manner in which it
was conducted shows that tho Gen.
has not forgotten his old war train
ing. One' great feature of tho parade
unci probably thq most, Interesting
In It was the $10,000.00 beauty, vlu
rode in" a carriage drivon by" tho
After tho parado had mado tho
rounds it dissnpenrodus qulotly'and
mysteriously ns It came, and every
one resumed their duties well pleas
ed With tho exhibition.
Bitten hy a Viper.
While plowing corn on Monday
Inst, Mr. Charles McClelland, liv
ing near South Perry, was bitten
by a largo sized viper. Mr. Mc
Clelland was barefooted at tbo tlmo
ami tho shake sank Its fang) Into
one of his feet, So deep was the
bite that Mr. McCJolland was una
ble to kick t' loose from Its bold.
After being released from tho snako
hu walked to tho house and des
patched a niessengor for Dr. T. Ir
win, of South Porry,but bofore that
gentleman arrived tho neighbors
had the snako victim. completely
under tbo Inlluouco of liquor, which
alono preserved his life, as (ho Doc
tor declares that bo could not liuvo
lived until 'his arrival. Mr. Mc
Clelland Is now nil right. Adolphl
Isali Deflenbaugb, of South
Perry, wore In town Monday.
When voil want h'illfthiotrics. ern.
(plot, balls, bats, flags, clilucsu la li
tems, booics, perfumery unci drugs.
go in miner uuhc'h urug and
Remember that Jlnrlow White
is the wholesale agent for IIOS
TER'S Beer, also keeps on hand a
comple stock of Wines, Liquors and
Fancy Drinks, at wholesale and re
tail. West end of Main Street,
Logan, Ohio. Lnrge.Htoek of Hue
pure Ico which ho w'H deliver to
customers in any part of tho city at
very cheap rates'. -
Buy your tobacco of Goorgo
llartman because he sells it cheap.
Work &Bukcr have just receiv
ed from tho jUHtly.tuelcbratcd Pot
teries of Rosovlllc, O., iwargo in
voice of milk jars, which we are
free to say are the most splendid
in appearance we have ever seen
The price is also astonishingly low.
Syrups and molasses.at George
Go to Miller & Case's for paint-',
oils, varnishes, turpentine, putty,
white lead, and all Kinds of ma
Quart and half gallon fruit jars
of the celebrated Rosuvillo AVare
at Work it Baker's Main St. Logan
Ohio.- - .-.,..
Go andget'U pieces of .Finzer's
Jolly Tar Tobacco ut Georgo Hart
man's. Its line.
A large assortment of Glas
Fruit jars of every kind'ufc Work &
Pure cider vinegar, ,a George
For tin, glass and Rosovlllc
fruit jars at og to Work & Baker's
old stand Main St. . i
McLnin will make you one
dozen Cabinet Photo, lor i&3l). ,
Fruit can", Howor pots and
ntono ware at George llart'manV.
McLnin makes Photoc'ns cheap
as tho cheapest and ns good as' thu
It costs' you nothing to exam
ine goods andiget prices at Comly
it Higgins, i i hi
If you want a Mowing Mnellliie,
Sulky Rake, Farm Wagon, Bjjggy,
or any farming 'Implcijiuiuscall
and get prices at Comly ,und ll.ig-Bta'-
McLain has the besfequipped
Gallery In Hocking C04. therefore
can make the best workat-tho low
McLnin is the flst to.iutroduce
the process of printing pictures on
Permanent Bromide Paper the
finest .style of pictures ever 'made.
If you want bird'eages or any
thing in the hardware line go to
Comly & Higgins.
If you want a good nil solid
Calf Shoe with crimped ,top, and
.seamless, for .f.'l.OO gotolt.Hpebele.
McLain is always tho first to
bring out every improvement in
tho Photo business and spares
neither time nor money in furnish
ing our people as good work as
can be had in tho largest cities.
If you want a refrigerator cheap
go to Comly & I Higgins1.'1
Every lover of lmihic and mu
sical literature, siould subscribe for
the Song Friend. It furnishes
during tho year about. ,74. pipces of
choice music, also an endless vari
ety of musical literature of great
profit to ovory lover and student of
music. Send $1.00 to Si W. Straub,
publisher of Song' Friend, for 0110
years subscription to thisiisuperb
If you want knives and forks
go to Comly it Higgins.
For a good honest homado
Kip Boots, go to 11 Doebole.
Whon you are ,huugry go to
Frnsclrs for lunch;lt fs tho most
pleasaht place In the town. '
Everybody coming to theLogan
M'f'gCo. to buy furniture at 'great
bargains. They havo lust contract
ed to build twomy-tw'o h(msos at n
cost of $7,000. ' They makca special
ity of slate rooting, building materi
al, house fnrnUiiro." screen doors.
spring mattresses, reed and rattan
chairs and parlor lurnlturo.
Romcmbor that Frasdh , hasf al
ways on hand the best quitllty of
Fresh Bread and Cukes."' j,
When you wap. ft refrigerator
or (co chest, reiiionil)8r,Vt tli'o Lo
gan M'f'g Co. are closing tliemout at
cost. Tney ure) fully prepared and
equipped In tho UnderlaKlng busi
ness. Thoyaro also prepared to
temporarily or permanently enl
baliu tbo doad In tbuiuost approved
and modern style. They Havo cof
nnc.eusivots,otc, of all Kinds and
quality. Robes, slippers, gloves, etc.
froin H(o cheapest to the highest
in price. Hearse furnbhed at any
Perry Is the leading county In
the Statu In the production of coal.
New Lexington vill voto on the
local option clause of thu Dow Jaw.
New Straltsvllle has fourteen
saloons and wants tho Salvation
Tlie recently dcHlicnted M. E.
Church, at Rosuvillo was built at a
cost of $700.
It is reported that the bridges on
the Buckingham division of the K.
& O. Ry., are to be repaired.
John Breckinridge, 11 colored bar
ber of New Lexington, stole two
watches and two revolvers from n
saloonlst. He was arrested and
the articles recovered.
The name of W. E. Finck Is men
tioned for the Democratic nomina
tion for congress.
The Judicial Delegates from this
County to the Democratic Judicial
Convention are J. G. Huffman, L.
M. Alderman, Raymond McGreevy
of Jackson, David Sherman.
There will be a free for all run
ning race half mile dash at the
fair grounds for $10. on Tuesday
July ISi, thu next stock sale day, at
1 o'clock. .Entrance fee $1. Ad
mittance to grounds 10 cents.
The Oddfellows of Deavertown
will celebrate Julv 17, 1880, by pa-
rafdc and Picnic.
Now Lexington celebrated tho
It costs New Lexington (13 cents
each to have bur street lamps kept
.trimmed and burning.
The Democratic Judicial Conven
tion of the fith. Judicial Circuit
will meet in Mount Vernon July 21.
C. R. Bell, of Allensvjlle, plowed
up a Spanish coin bearing date of
Tho Fourth was observed at Za
leski, Hamden, Wilkesville, Mc Ar
thur Junction and Hawk's Station.
George Vansky, a member of tho
Fonton Gaurds, deserted just as the
company were getting aboard the
train to go to Washington V. II. to
go into camp.
David Keeton, an old resident of
Hope Furnace, and well-known all
over tho county, was found dead
Sunday morning, July 27, on the
railroad, half way between Hope
Samuel Lutz, Esq., of Adolphl,
Ross county, was in McArthttr Sat
urday, Sunday and Monday last,
and while hero was the guest of his
relative, Mr. G. W. Pafl'enbarger.
This visit proved a very Interesting
one to our citizen, and wo hope, a
pleasant one for Mr.Lutz. He will
be !)8 years of age next September,
and the first plat of tbo town of
McArthur has his nanio attached
as survoyor, and Is dated in No
vember, 1813, he being at that time
27 years of age-
Ward has been visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs-. Kelley, at Logan, during
the past week. A man named
Clark, we learn, bit an ear off of
Pat Tlmeker, at Hawks, on Friday
evening last. The ear was replaced
and will soon bo ready for another
bite. Ono day last week Mr.
Henry Westcoat brought to town
on his wagon 2000,pounds of wool.
This, at 80 conts per pound ciiino to
$li()0. Of what other product can a
farmer haul $000 worth atone load ?
Vinton county reports during the
past-year, total number of doutbs,
107; total births, 403; total marri
ages, 110; sent to Insano Asylums,
Deputy Sheriff S. B. Rice, of Ma
rion county, arrested Harrison
Thackor, of Mlnerton, last Friday,
on a charge of stabbing with Intont
toiklll one-John Orr, of Green Camp,
Marlon county, 011 the 22d of May
hist. Sheriff Stanley assisted tin
Mr. Joseph Cllne, of Wilkesville,
Is tbo owner of 11 fish pond In an
oxeellent location at that place,
Which cost him a snug sum to com
plete, but ho feels much encouraged
owing to tho following facts. Sev
en 'weeks ogo on tho fith Instant ho
put ih bis pond a lot of 00 Gorjiuui
Carp, a few largo and tho. balance
smaller, Since tho :jlst of May tl)u
flslf havo spawned and tho young
ones, of which there are thousands,
havo grown to tho length of live
Buchtel has established a lodge
Sednlhi, Trimble township, Is
hereafter to be known as valley
Clias E. Schaff, of Nelsonvllle'
made an assignment to Frank
A movement which was set on
foot. recently resulted in an organi
zation of a brass band In Athens.
Alex Stott, of Buchtel one of the
two brothers charged with assault
with intent to kill had a re-hearing
before Judge Wilson Thursday
and was acquitted.
It may seem incredible, yet it is
true that Athens burned nearly
five hundred dollars worth of lire
works in observing tbo Fourth.
These figures do not Include Ihc
C. W. Smith, of Clarksburg, W.
Vu., a graduate of the University
class of 07, has sent a sprig of wil
low from one taken from the grave
of Napoleon at St. Helena, to be set
out on the campus.
Lat Saturday while picking
cherries, Miss Nettie Blackwood,
who lives west of town, fell to the
ground, ii distance of some twelve
feet, fracturing her skull over the
left eye, injuring the left side and
producing a compound dislocation
of the right thumb. Her wounds
were dressed and she Is now doing
Sixteen car loads of livo stock
were shipped from Lancaster Sat
Nine coaches of excursionists went
to Columbus on tho M. JO. Sunday
school plc-nlc train last Thursday.
Common' Pleas Court convened
Tuesday, with Judge Friesner on
tho bench. Nothing of any import
ance was done except confirming
tho sale of land, and tho hearing
of a few motions. Tho Judge ad
journed court the same day.
A wiirantec deed was llled In the
Recorder's ollice, last week dtited
August, 4th., 1807, and given by
Henry Heller and wife to Jacob
Hoffman. This is tlie oldest deed
received at tlie Recorder's oflice
during,-Mr. Parido's term of oflice.
Lancaster celebrated the 4th. by
a slow mule race, a game of base
ball, rockets fire crackers and
The peoplo of Lancaster are still
talking of the Lancaster and Ham
den rail road. There will be a
meeting of citizens interested in
the project at Lancaster July 10.
On Saturday July ilrd, the body
of a dead man was found about
2 miles south of Stoutsvllle, lying
by tlie roadside. Ho bad evident
ly been dead two days, as he was
last seen on Thursday previous.
The Normal School ut Amanda,
commences Monday next, conduct
ed by Prof. G. W. Bates.
Rev. Mr. Burns is off this week
on a trip out west.
Miss Clara A. Brehin, who has
been teaching school in Fairlleld
Co. the last three months, returned
home on Tuesday evening.
A few days ago 11 man by the
name of D. E. Lewis, of Murray
City, was recognized by Esq. Og
den in tho sum of $:100 to appear at
thu next term of Common Pleas
Court, on a charge of passing Coun
Roy Vanutta, the son of Frank
Vannutta, of Murray City, who has
been under the surgical treatment
of Dr. Campbelll for the last five
weeks for whlto swolllng, Is, wo are
glad to hear, about well.
Wo this week Issuo a suppll
nient for tho purpose of giving our
readers as much news as possible,
believing that a gpod no,wsy pupor
is.lts best ndvortisment. Wo pur
pose at all tlm'es to glvo a News
paper worth thu money paid for it.
John Flubarty and Noah W.
Starr have purchased of C. Altlman
Co. Canton.O., a Millers Now Model
Vibrating Thresher, and will bo
ready to thresh for thu farmers of
our County next week. Tbo thresh
er has n swinging straw stnekor
and upprutus for measuring and
sucking tbo grain as It comes from
tbo machine, The boys say It is the
only throfihor of the kind with com
plete outfit In tbo County. They
will do good work,
Transfers of Ileal IMntc.
Through tho courtesy of Recor
der Weaver, wo are permitted to
furnish the following transfers of
real osfuto In Hocking county, en
tered in tho month of June, 18S0.
Sheriff to John M. Buchanan, lot
2!), South Bloomingvllle; $2:11.
Edward Tignor to (ieo. W. Era
sure 27 acres, Falls township; $.'100.
Chas. A. Hugh to Chas. E. Jen
kins, lot -15, Oakland, Falls town
Isaac Williams to James Rut
gers, 2 acres, Marion; $1.
W. B. McC'racken to A. A. Juni
per, 42 feet !J inches east side lot
No. 28 Logan ; $7,000.
Same to Flavins S. Case, lot !i:5
Sheriff to Michigan Mutual In
surance Company, 80 acres, Benton
G. W. Hendilckson to Simon
Await !58 acre-, p0rry twp; $:)0.
Boaz Walton to John Vnndogriff,
lj acres acres, Benton twp; $10.
Amelia E. Fetherolf to Win. F.
Armstrong, 01 acres, Perry twp.
Rhoda Lanniug to J. N. Everett,
Benton twp. correction of deed etc.
Auditor to John Barnes, 41 acres
sec. 4, Salt Creek; $3.00.
John Barnes to J. N. AUtop same
John Barnes to Z. V. Raney, 70
acres, sec. 0, Salt Creek; $200.
John Bohner to Helen S. Buhner,
10 acres, sec. .'II, Salt Creek; $100.
Sheriff to J. P. Dieter, lot 21
Laurel ville; $101.
J. P. Dieter to Nancy E. Friend,
lots 20, 21, Laurelville $:123.
A. Palmer to Board of Educa
tion, Marion Township, school lot,
G. Helber to same; $20.
James Poling same; $20.
Henry Troxell, to Board of Ed
ucation, Millvillo, lot; $170.
W. S. Friesner to John S. Fries
ner, lot 3, quit-claim.
John E. Ranch, admr. of John
Kersh to Catherine Fisher, lot !:i
John W. Jones to Ilaydenville,
M. M. Co., part lot 3, Sec. 8 Green
John R. .West to Daniel Sehaal,
120 acres, Washington township,
C. Schawlbaugh to Mary G. Pol
ing, Salt Creek, by metes and
G. V. Mo Broom to W. H. Mc
Broom, 01 acres, Good Hope; $273.
John Mason to F. and G. Keck,
38 acres, Salt Creek; $10.
Ed Brown to Albert Morse, lot
10, sec. 10, Starr; $:123.
Enos Knipe to Win Knipe, lot
Washington twp; $23.
Win. McLaughlin to C. II. Sny
der, lot 18, Murray City; $113.
Sheriff to D. M. Safl'el 18 acres,
Marion twp; $:)S0.
W. M. Longstreth to E. B. Cun
ningham, lots 8, 9, Cadiz'iOO.
,Nnncy G. Friend to S. S. Karsh
ner, lots 20, 21, Laurelville, quit
Jerry Mathony to Geo. G. Stum
er, 2 acres, sec. 18, Good Hope;
$73. . '
John Poling to F. P. Martin 41
acres Marion; $1,373.
Noah MuthiiiH to H. Azbell, 40
acres, Good Hope; $:!()().
Wm. D. L. and M. and .1. E. to
Samantha Mills, 33 acres, Wash
Robert W. Jones to Frank Pat
ton, Ward twp, part lot 3, sec. 14 ;
W. V. McCullougli to Frank Pat
ton, part lot 2, sec. 1 1, Ward twp.
14; acres; $1110.
Martin Ponce to Henry Hone 40
acres, Washington; $1 10.
Robert Tutiuan to W. S. Barton,
quit cluim, Washington.
Josiab Hamilton to Owen Ham
ilton, 70 acres, Benton ;-$(i(J0.
Joseph Clinics heir to Henry
Smith, 121 acres, Marion; $2,010..
Same to J. II. Carnes 73 acres,
Jas. Ilolden's heirs et al to August
Heine, 45 acres, Falls, $1,000.
August Heine to George Heine,
lot 23, sec. 1, Falls; $273.
Violet Price to John Iles'tO acres,
C. & II. C. & 1. Coto F. M.Wells,
lot 07, Murray City; $100.
Rev. J. J Wliyiuus will preach
at tho M, E. Church to-morrow
(Sabbath) at 10:!10 a, m.
Dr. Dollison has tho thanks
of our printers for tv generous, sup
ply of upples loft at tho compslng
rooms on Friday.
Mrs D, McCarthy when enter
ing lior yard Monday evening
caught the too of her shoo In ti
slut walk and falling, fractured tho
bones of her right hand and wrist.
Tbo necessary aid was rendered by