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VOL. IV. NO. 17
LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 16, 18H9.
TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAK.
THE PEOPLES' BANK
Taxes for the Year 1889.
OF LOO AH,
Cash Capital,
$50,000.00.
Deposits secured by Individual
Liability of over
Four Hundred Thousand Dollars.
In pursuances of law, I, IJ. II. Allen, Treasurer of said County of Hocking and Stato of Ohio, hereby notify tho Tax Payers thereof, that the rates of
A. D. 1889, nro correctly stated in the following table, showing tho number of mills and tonth of mills, levied on each and every dollar of taxable property
said County.
taxation
in each
for the 5'car
Township of
Hit; Meat Market !
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Drafts nnil Btcamtdilp Tickets for ante at low
est rates.
OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House.
Lattkkncic A. Cui.vek, President.
acuitau W. Pollen, Vlfo Presl.
Keuiihk It. Cdlvkii, Cashier.
THE FIRST BANK
OF LOGA2T, OHIO.
Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in.
Paid in' Cash Capital, $50,000.
John Walker, President.
Chas. E, Bowen, Cashier.
Doe. a general bunking business, receives
deposits, discounts paper, mid buy and noils
Exchange.
Bloc
aBANFv In central room In the James
lock.
ATTORNEYS.
Gk W. BEEHM.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public,
D -illlson Bnlldlng Logan, 0.
Collections of Claims, Notes and Accounts,
Morteacos, leases, Contracts, Deeds, Wills
Mechanic's Mens, Ac, drawn and .lnknowl
odced. Partition of Lands, Dower, Korcclos
uro of Mortgage and Mens attended to. Ab
stracts of Title furnished. Probate Ituslness,
Sale of Lands by Executors, Administrators,
Guardians, Assignees or Trustees, and their
arcounts and Battlements prepared.
JOHN HANSEN,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Offlco second Floor Collins Blook, Logan,
O. Rooms No. B M.
S. H. BRIGHT,
ATTOBNEY-AT-X.AW
OlrlcoHecond Floor Collins Btoolr, Room
Kol 2. tf.
NAMES OF TOWNSHIPS, TOWNS, ETC.
Benton Township
Folia Township
Falls, Gore School District
Falls, Logan School District
Falls. Logan Village
Green Township
Good Hope Township
Good Hope, Miltvillc School District.
Laurel Township
Laurel, Gibisonvillc School District.
Marion Township
Perry Township
Ferry, LaurolviUc School District. . .
Perry, South Perry School District. ..
JOHN F- WHITE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Notary Public and Justice of Peace. Office!
Horoml story of Jamos Block.
O.W. II. WKIQMT, C. II. BUEIttlAUH
WRIGHT & BUERHAUS,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Ofllee Pcnnod Floor McCarthy Block Front.
PHYSICIANS.
Z. V. RANEY,
JDesntal Surgeon
Offlc oyer Itochcstcr Sons' store.
Teeth Extracted Without Pain !
Teeth Inserted on rubber and metal plates,
and all work warranted.
H. G. CAMPBELL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office ono door West of Work A. Baker's
Tin Store, Logan, O.
Salt Creek Towuship
Starr Township
Ward Towns hip
Ward, Uuchtel Sehool District.
Washington Township
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The following ius tho provisions of tho act April 2,s9, with refercne e to tho Foml-annunl collection of taxes.
The law declares: "That each person charged with taxes on Tat Duplicate In the hands of the County Treasurer, mav, at Ills option, pny thn full amount of sueh taxeson or before tho 20th day of December; nnd tlm remain
ing half on or before theCOth day of .lune next, ensuing," the time bolng limited by tho law when the Treasurer nnd Auditor must miiltc their kcttlementx, anil thoTresurer pay over thu money to tho proper authorities. This Tax
Payers are therefore notlrled that tho delinquent list will bo madu up Immediately after the 20th day of December, nnd the taxes collected according to tho following section of said law.
KK(5. 10(U, Il.'H. "When one-hnlf of the taxes aforctnld, charged ngalnst an v entry on the tax duplicate In the hands ofa County Treasurer shall not be paid on or before tho 20th day of December, next, at tor the same shall have
been charged, or when tho remainder or such taxes shall not be paid on or before the 20th dav of.Iuno next thereafter, the County Treasurer shall proceed to collect the same by distress or otherwise, as may at tho tlmo be prewrlbed by
law together with tho penalty of (lvo per centum on the amount of taxes sodellmiurnt, and in all eases where such half of any tuxes, other than on lteal Kstatc, shall not Imve been paid on tho 20th day of December, the hole .amount
of taxes other than Ileal Kstate, for tho current year, so charged shall bo due and delinquent and shall bo collected In the same manner and with the penalty provided In tills section.
All Itoad Taxes on Duplicate shall bo paid prior to the 20th day of December. In the the manner prehcrlbed by law.
While It Is proposed to do every tiling reasonable to satisfy Tax Payers, yet no eltbrt will Ira sp'ired, necessary to make a close collection.
When you nsk In person or by letter for the amount of your taxes, pleasu bo ready to state. If personal 111 whose name It was asc.v'd and If land, thn numborofneres, In -what township and section, If town proporty, the num
ber of lot. If you have a tax receipt of thu precoedln; year, bring or tend that, ns it will facilitate the finding if property on duplicate, and Insure prompt attention and the correct descriptive receipt being given.
Tkeasdkbu's OrriCR, Looak, O., Octobeii IS ISiJ.
BENJAMIN H. ALLEN, Treasurer of Hocking County, Ohio.
I. C. WEIGHT
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
Office Northwest cor. City Building, Logan,
O. J 1 86 3m.
J. H. DYE,
PHYSICIAN A SUllQEOKy
OSlee and Reatdenoe with Dr. James Little,
Main Street, Logan, 0.
W. D. MANSFIELD.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
Makes a specially of all Chronic
and Constitutional Diseases and
Diseases peculiar to Women.
G. W. DOIXISOH.
Physician C Surgeon..
Visits tho sick day nnd night when called
upon. Hpectal attention paid to sick chil
dren, and chronic diseases. Office in Dolllson
Block. Jly realdancs Is on Main Bt. near
streot loading to tho depot, where I will be
found at night.
For Sound Indemnity,
Prompt Adjustment of Losses,
and LO WEST It A TEScall on
U; I Pit.
General .Insurance Agents.
Success? to E.M. WEST,
Dolllson Block, Logan, 0.
TEACHERS
The school examiners of Hocking County .O
will moot at tho UNION SCHOOL HOU8K,
on tins KIHBT and THIKD Saturdays of cuch
month, at 8 o'clock A. M., except January,
July and August.
Testimonials of good character will be re
quired of those unitnown to the Board
Washington Letter.
From our regular correspondent.
the payment by this company of
its indebtedness to tho Govern
ment. They indorso the (Outh
waite) bill, which was pending
when the hist Congress adjourned.
It remains to be seen whether
the millionaire lobby will be suc
cessful in ngain defeating this
much needed legislation during tho
coming Congress. Representative
Outhwnito proposes to re-Introduce
the same bill us soon as Congress
meets, und to use his utmost en
deavor to pnsh it through tho
House. There is little doubt of its
being passed by the House, but
tho danger lies in the Senate,
which hu8 always been inclined,
for obvious reasons, to be extreme
ly lenient in its dealings with the
Pacific railroads.
A silly charge was brought
against Mr Tompson by Republi
cans because lie has taken steps to
prosecute members ofa Virginia
republican club of this city for col
lecting money from the govern
ment employes for tho Mahono
campaign fund.
Ex-Secretary Bayard will be
married in this city next Thurs
day, to Miss Clymer. This mur
riage has been reported us about to
take placo at least a half dozen
times during the last year. This
announcement is official, as your
correspondent has ono of tho few
cards Issued.
J. W. Kltiwo, Seo.)
K. M. dollDON,
Jl. II.Allkm, 5
Ex.
ROBERT CURRAN,
r Proprietor of
Ne Stra'itBvIlIe.
Urge Sample looms Reasonable Rales
Roll of Honor.
High School.
Lizzie Blasius, Myra Brown,
John Frnsch, R. Swartz, Jennlo
Sunderland, Harry Vail, Clara
Westenhavor, Alice Bradouk, Lonu
Belle Crawford, Minnie Doischlo,
Delia Dolllson, Christina Frusch,
Mary Qould, Alma Koynt'S, Mary
McCray, Surah Moore, Minnie
Palmer, Anna Pierce, Kate Roller,
Justine Stiors, Lizzie Vuil Annie
tVlhto.
A. Qbammak.
N. McBrlde, Tr.
Chas Lutz, John Orr, Tom Sunder
Juud, Emma Becker, Anna Bagley
Ruth Brooke, Eugene Cook, Rosa
Dickon, Anna Fox, Mary Hopkins,
Elsie Jennet, May Kessier, Minnie
Moore, Clara Shaffer, Mary Acker,
Gertie Warner.
B. Gkammak.
Bluncho Acker, Nell Baker.
Etholyn Belt, Lulu Bright, Agnes
Ctise, Grace Fickle, Cora Frantz,
Amelia Goedeka, E(fle George,
Eva Harrington, Clara Kanode,
Maggie Lutz, Maggie McCarthy,
Bertha McManigal, Ida Palmer,
Nellie Pickering, Lucy Rochester
Cora Shaofler, Ida SHsher, Minnie
Tennyhill, Alice Westonhaver,
Bertio Woodard, Francis Dolllson,
John Glenn, Binus Kessier, Fred
Kessier, John Henderson, David
Col I umber, Frank Martin, Frank
McManigal, Arthur McCormick,
Eddio Oliver, Earnest Ruuch,
Curola Schwartz, John Uckor.
C. Gkammak.
Clara Beck, Maggie Becker,
Bessie Braddock, Jennio Bright,
Madge Davenport, Maggie Deishlio
Belle Gallagher, Jennio Hansen,
Essio Jurgensmier, Grace Kanode,
Maggie Kittsmiller, Ethel Kitts
miller, Maggie Lytlo, Ida McCarthy
Estella McCortnoy,Ruth Rochester
Gertie Ruble, Ella Savey, Clura
Taylor, Bertha Wilson, Emma
Willigle, Maggie Weis, Ida
Hartley, Amelia Stiers, Meta
Groves, Minnie Kloinschmidt
Mablo Wright, Samuel Brooks,
Archie Barnes, Fred Bright, Geo.
Deischlo, Walter Deoble, John
Gallagher, Dnres Jenkins, Charles
Keuuard, Roy Kern, Robert
Motherwell, Lester Nutter, Fred
Patterson, Dwight Wright, Wilbor
Wolty, Thos Weiland, Louis Hart
raiin, 1st. D. Gkammak.
Clnra Ambroso, Clara Gorapf,
Alma Hall, Jennio Hall, Minnie
Klienschmtdt, Besso Montgomery,
Edith Pulmer, Fannie Pond, Ida
Petty, Josio Rochester, Clara Sator
Mary Smith, Soplilo Smith, Nora
Weiman, Lucy Westouhaver,
Carroll Brown, Sunnier Bright,
Arthur Downey, Walter Ilartumn,
Sninuol Houck, Lowls Keinlc,
Webb Kontnor, Georgo Lehman,
Wllllum Miller, Wulter Oliver,,
Culbert Pierce, Edward Ruble,
Frank Rose, Walter Rousoner,
Wilson Steward, Martin Tracy,
Guorney Weller, Edward Vuil.
Charles Barnes, Meade Bowen,
John Deoble, George Eisz, Robert
Price, Edward Ruuch, Leonard
Stiers, Fred Schlagetter, Arlle
Stulismith, Harry Woods, James
Heft, Rudolph Rempel, Frank
Wright, Fred Deishlie, Eutio Ilen
derson, .Emma Cook, Mary Hufford
Lily Ken nurd, Bertha Bowen,
Florence Slisher, Sarah Phillips,
Kate Ucker, Gruce Voris, Nellie
lluney.
1st. A Primakv.
Merlo Burbory, Henry Becker,
Henry Brooker, Charlie Fox, Will
Bright, Harry Klienschmidt, Frank
Munroe, Ben McManigal, Mack
Mount, Harry Rochester, Willie
Delph, Roy Danoy, Lucy Allen,
Evelne Bowen, Carrie Bowldy,
Stella Collins, Mamie Campbell,
Lillio Eastman, May Palmer,
Bessio Rose, Robbiu Rochester,
Fanny Schompp, Virgil Welty,
Emma Hartman, Nettie Rhoades,
George Finney.
2nd A Primary.
Willie Cook, Amos DIcken, Roy
Delschle, Hayes Finney, Lewis
Gage, Joe Hartman, Goorge Inscho
Frank Johnston, Otto Jurgonsmier
Edward Lutz, Loroy Motherwoil,
Edward Moes, Herbert Sundorson,
George Tritsch, Charley Orr, Mary
Bronni, Minnie Bebout, Gertie
Cook, Mablo Hoyt, Clara Hartman
Amolia Mees, May O'Dell, Sidney
Stiers, Rosa Scanlan,ldu Wycuff,
1st B. PriMARY.
Frank Braddock, John Burgoon
Leo Cunty, Ruben Dolllson, Bern
ard Duvenport, Charles Gelger,
Charles Mock, Albert Worner.
Ethol Bright, Minnie Becker, Mary
Brehm, Irrmi Crow, Josio Fichol
Anna Fox, Emma Hartman, Min
nie Hund, Maggie James, Emmu
Kellor, Funny McManigal, Clara
Montgomery Floronco Pond, Essio
Ruble, Maggie Rectenwaldt, Ber
tha Tulbort, Daisy Wutkins, Lulu
Webb.
2nd B. Primary.
John Allen, Albert Beckor, Wlllio
Bunz, Albert Cook, Newton Friend
Fred Gulhtgher, Eddie Kienlc,
Fred Miller, Ray Odell, Carl
Rlioads, Clarence Schwonko, Joe
Stiers, Fred Schlegetter, Harry
Wright, Frank WeilHnd, Jennie
Bowlby, Alice Bowen, Blanch
Barnes, Minnie Hartley, Clara
Kleinsmidt, Blanche Mattox, Mary
Smith, Lizzie Tracy, Clara Ucker,
Minnie Wolf Ella Westenhaver
Nelia Vail, Tillio Devore.
1st. C. Pkimmary.
Guthrie Belt James Friend, Roy
Klienschmidt, Charles Martin, Joe
Mount, Ezra Neibling, Albert
Htiers, Frank Striiwn, Willie
Timberlake, George Weis, William
Wright, Kate Brclim, Carrie
Bronne, Mattie Eppie, Stella Fox,
Leathia Martin, Bertha McCiiu
lock, Minnio McCarthy, Alice
Woods.
2nd. C. Primary.
Warren Bright, Robert Gompf,
Chas Price, Chas Wycuff, Georgo
Armstrong, Tom Scanlan, Chas
Downey, John Bowen, Clnronce
Brown, John Warren, James
Wright, Frank Eastman, Dickey
Sullivan, James Fox, Josio Mayes,
Lizzie Motherwoil, Martha Mc
Clanuhnn, Lilly Nixon, Ida Reason
er, Celia Canty, Lizzie Lewis,
Minna Rempel, Barbara Miller,
Muble Rose, Mario Brooke, Nellie
McClitnnhun.
1st. D. Primary.
Charles Eades, Roy Hartman,
Charles Hurtmun, Georgo Lutz,
Meuwin Myers, Ned Monroe, Fred
Rrice, Leo Rectenwald, Eddio
Taylor, Merit Wonn, Clura Bowen,
Mumo Becker, Bertha Blosser,
Josio Dickon, Clara DIcken, Nellie
Fields, Florence Fox, Edna Kelly,
May Kennedy, Adda Logsdon,
Blanch Motherwoil, Bessie O'Doll
Nellie Schnffer, Bertha Slisher,
Nellie Slatzor,
2nd D. Primary.
John Brown Jesso Collumber,
Christio Gompf, Earnest Klicnsch
smith, Willie Scnulun, Howard,
Slegotter, George Slegcttor, Charles
Wright, Hlbbard Wilson, Mary
Barnes, Floronco Bright, Nida
Epple, Lulu Parker, Minnio Stan
ley, Bertliu right, Emmu Jcisler,
Ruth Henderson.
Tardy Pupils for the Month
Ada Schwenke, Otto Eastman,
Gertie Martin, Van Phillips. Jesse
Phillips, Eddie Gage, Ada Floyd,
Elmer Liff, Bessie Palmer, Samuel
Baird, Robert Wright, Gruce Mar
tin, M. O. Groves.
CARTERS
fiVrfR ams
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CURE
Rick Tleadacheand rellero all the trouble Incl.
dent to a bilious state of the system, suoh as
Slulneu, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after
eating, rain In the Bide, &c. Whtlo tbeJrmost
remarkable succesa has been shown In curing
SICK
Headache, yet CUrtes's Little Liver Piixh
are equally valuable In Constipation, curing
and prurenting this annoying complaint, while
they also correct all disorders of the stomach,
stimulate, tho llrer and regulato tho bowels.
Siren U thoy only cured '
HEAD
Ache they would bo almost priceless to those
who Buffer from this distressing complaint:
but fortunately their goodness does not end
here, and those who onco try them will find
these little pills valuable In so many ways that
they will not bo willing to do without them.
Hut after all sick hood
ACHE
Is the bono of bo many Uvea that here l where
wo make our great boast. Our pills cure it
whUo others do not.
CiBTta'a Little Tjnnt riua are very small
and very easy to take. One or two pills make
a doae. They are strictly vegetabloand do
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poultry of tho host quality always
on hand. Honest dealing guaran
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mo a trial.
4!) GEORGE HEINE.
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PEERLESS DYES best
For BLACK STOCICDiGS.
nrin In 40 Colors I lint neither
Etmut, Wnsb Out Ivor Fade.
Sold by DrnRirists. Also
Peerless Tironre Pslnts 6 colors.
Peerless Laundry Illulng.
Pecrleulnk Powders jr colors.
PeerlessShoc& lfsrnus Dressing,
Peerless Egg Dyes 8 colors.
Havo usod your Ideal Tooth Powrlor
for quite a while, and consider it second to
none for purity and pleasantness. Thcro
is no better; I tako pleasnro in recom
mending its virtues to all my friends,
and bo long as you manufacture such a
delightful powder as tho Ideal, you shall
havo tho benefit of nil I can do lor you.
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