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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 June 1884

:J-e --- as. -w . w seS T, : le ',"; w .A.-iti"' F -".J " "V7' 'V'"-'' -"V r . TtJ ' - V 1 TirerT jfc - g-g?r BS -roars- ' i HHh. VHi . . iwi i - jt v g ir Ih 1? - 1 if- ' I i t M ) 3 ' a -. I k u i.-; $nfim$lj THE OFFICIAL VAPKK OF HOCKING COUNTY, SCB?SIPTiOX $2.00 PJSR l'EAR. t. GUKEX, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR PIE R RE, The city of Pierre is the county scut of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is 10; bated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the geographical center of the proposed new Slate of South Dakota, tan.1 is nnnnsito tho center of the Crefit iSioux reservation. It is the rres,en terminus of the Dakota Central through Ir unk iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway; i- distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through dr.ily trains with out change.of cars run between the two Cities in 32 hours. The city is niainly built Upon the large and broad terraces overlooking the river with its wooded banks and islands, and ns the slope of each ter race or beach is toward tho river, ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 June 1884

.As.4 - ; -" 5pp5IH!HPHWlB5 ", ? i ' "V -rf V -f r 4 '-$$&$? '" -ir-T S i U.EW1S GREEN, EDITOR AND PROI'lUETOK. r::uMs per year. 2.0U- Thursday, June 26, 1884. Democratic District Ticket For Common Plea Judge, JOHN S. ITRIESNEli. Democratic Cemly Ticket. For Clerk or Conrt Arthur McCourtney For Probate Judge William T Acker For County Treasurer John Notestone For County Commissioner John T Nutter For County Snrveyor James W Davis For In fi:mary Director Andrew Wright Democratic State Con vention. The Democratic State Conven tioa met in Columbus yesterday and nominated the following ticket: SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES W. NEWMAN, Of Scioto County. 'supreme judge, CHARLES D. MARTIN, Of Fairfield County. BOARD1 OF PUBLIC AV0EKS, J, H. BENFER, Of Tuscarawas County. The 13lh District was repre sented by i he following : Resolutions A. R. Van Cleaf, of Pickaway. Organization. Rules, Jkc Allen O. Myers, Franklin. Credentials Judge J- S. Fries J Her, of Hocking. Vice President Thos WetzleH...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 June 1884

t?riZS.T j-'- 'ETK'Si'iA-irjinfnS K2KSs2ffi2- t ' I, ,, -WSaBiSWrSKWfii. JSjtewrawk-isgSScSfc. . V I I 4 s 1 -) Ei l i v.. ? -r l-cr" n t i i ' PW mmmmmm LOCAL TEMS. --, . - Brick layers are rushing up the walls of the Collins block. f Mrs. Emma SBfqwn ing friends at Adelphi. is yisit- Senior Welch, of Athens, was in the city on Friday last 'on pro rfcssional business. W "Willie ftn-Ttd ik "sDendimr rjor- tion of the vacation with Prof. Latlimel, at his larm home near JLockbqrne Dr. ,Q. C. Farquhar will jae at - the Rempel House, in Logan, on . .Thursday and Friday, July 3rd and -alii, until nomj. "4 Call at the Foundry .or Ray niond Belt and see his' Machines which he is (offering at Jew than first cost. ; ' Chas. U. Strawn, an insane person, from Hocking county, -srbacaped from the Athens Asjr- lutn onFndav eYeriing last i i ' m m mi'' : 1 Mr. George Gage', the Court 4ouse janitor. Has every tuing in first class style aBont the building, a place for eerlhing, and very).h4ng in itl...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 26 June 1884

& -JT? X- - : &&&. SSSSffiST hi v-SVt 2sAz&Sml&-: - U' Is; i lV I 1 r l5- l . I- K r I i .j i-ritoTj TXf?9t'SE3yT:I1SaL5imiiMtiKCBMm5k22zi.mBB.t&iO'a' .1 mtmmm mm ii'lMii m1 1IIU I it "ii HSMiM nTSWlPBlWiiiiMriWf llllllllll .. ; , I ' TU SOUOAN. A Prca'crrcr "Who lias Trn. Hcil in. That Count: y. The Rev. IE M. Field, editor of the ! Now Yorlc Evangelist, in speaktnjr of General Gordon's lui-sion to the Son dan to a rcnrescnlativo of the New Or leans 'l'tmcs-Dtfnjcrut, said: j I have traveled in Kjrypt and been tip the Nile to Assur.n, the fiitl cata- .' Tact, and :sf enjarda went to Suez and down the llvit Sea to India, Mid so I ai familiar with that coast. Two jears np-o I was in Erypt and went across Hi desert to Sinai. From being so lunch in ISjrypt I have become familiar with the Eastern question, and kuow ir General Stone, Nubar Pasha, and otaer leaders well, it has been some thing of a study to me. The Soudan is a term hard to define geographically...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1884

'EaRSjife,3K IF UJ v?Z?20z. VfHf 3gs&rP??zsTz 3.'Si.5y x -f segas3?ilS; i 4 -? r &a&5A.r. X &- 5 X.SJ, n r kr '&? w. 1 i l SrTHE Hocking! TH 'OFFICIAL lUPKtt OF - - - . t -- 7 HOCKING GOUSTY. SU33CRimOX $2.00 FEB YEAR. L. GREEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR SRKE R R Ej The city of Pierre is the county seat Xf of Hughes county, Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, iii the geographical center of the proposed new Slate ef South Dakota, ud is opposite the center of the great Sioax reservation, it is the present terminHs of the Dakota Central through I runk iiue of the Chicago & Northwest- rn Railway; i- distant 781 miles from 13 hicapo, and through daily trains witfe Bt change of cars run between the two ities in 32 hours. , "Tli Stv'Ms mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking the river with its wooded banks and inlands, and as the slope of each ter race or beach is toward the river, the ltv is nerfectlv drai:.ed and is free ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1884

l-'"V'5 Cf . ar3s.-?4v?Ki gm. ' -Vjr-T - - . v E09KB ppre-' - -jM r Hz I-1 r-- iv - I" :f u- l IX 11 -r ri 4 fk, setiL liEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TEKMS PER YEAJt, 2.00. Thursday, July 3, 1884 Damcratle District Tleket For Common-Fleas Judge, JOHN S. FIIIESNEK. einocratic Coautj Ticket. For ClerJ of Ooart Arthur MeCourtney For Probate Jadge William T Acker For County Treasurer John Notestone For County Commissioner ' John T Nutter For County Surveyor James W Davis For Inflimary Director Andrew Wright Democratic State Ticket. SECRKTAKY OF STATE, JAMES W. NEWMAN, Of Scioto County. SUPREME. JUDGE, CHARLES D. MARTIN, Of Fairfield County. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, J. H. BENFER, Of Tuscarawas County. We suggest as a proper settle ment of the Post Office quarrel, which has brought more scandal and disgrace to the surface than any disturbance that has. ever .econed is Logan, the appoint ment as Post' Master of Judge -Oakley Case. For nearly twenty years Rem pel was Post Master and did...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1884

asgBMsffrg. -- &rsis:eH is4- v s32aS2lig.?SS2i , M lk rw V- y ' m ."r te,' -, 4 r Si saaaaa LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. Henry James and wife, of Cslurabus, are visiting their Lo gan friends. Mr. Joseph West, the enter, prising livery man of New Straits ville, visited Logan on Monday. Mr. Jack Hodder, of Nelson ville, spent c few days in Logan last week. Marion Nutter, of Greenda'e, ' made us a pleasant call on last Monday. MiwEwrhaCtse, of Columbus it Tinting her home this week in liOgan X Attorney V. C. Lowry who was visiting friend in Athens last 'Week, is back heme. Mrs. Ban Acker and children who have been -visiting in the country the last two weeks, have fetarnod home. 1 Mr. John Murphy has returned home from the Delaware Univer sity where he has been attending school. Hartman Miller, brother-in-law to our townsman Wm. Waner, died at Chiilicotue on Fridav. Mr. and Mrs. Waner attended the funeral. The Shawnee Banner says that Bub Voris of Logan will take charge of West's New Corning Ha...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1884

sisSisSKFaSSs&iZsSsSSS jx&c i IfcW 'n v.k.- T - .AchffsrtMISlDkjCMRsa?fffi?lffj ? hjiii w.. 11 "-- 15 V ? f tf r x What a pi-ciiliar fouling is ox jiericiiced by Americans I he !ir.-t time liiey gaze upon royalty. Here, in this free rmiulry, when every citizen is a king and every mother a queen, a peep at. roy alty or titled princes and poten tates does not come vrry often. Morbid er.riosity often leads our citizens to act iu a manner un Tnj'coimng tliehChigh estate. Pe- riina is iastTTuHnng itVway thro' out the land and is becoming known. Every where that it is used by the sick and aillicted, it- makes wonderful cures,."ad is given all the praise for its good work. ' 4 , .- ' f AN ANSWER WANTED. Can any one bring us a caso of vr? 1 -1 TnM Pnmnlaint flint. Electric Bitters will not speedily iure? Wc say they can not, as thousands ot cases already perma nent v cured' and who. are daily recommending .-SEloctrio" Bitters, will prove. Bright's Disease, Dia betes, Weak- Back, or ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1884

as WL -yp S6'5S SiTSSw -jeKS!ai K lt ir r': Sfe3i3ptfJt. ,.'' - " --!. " ET p 7 1 Si i; t f 3h . . : i 7 i r a?E25DE323v223H3aa2222B: PAPEB OK OFFICIAL The Hocking Sentinel. HOCKING GOUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PEE YEAR. i. GRKBX, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDAl JULY 10, 1884. PIERRE, The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and ii lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, ut the geographical center of the proposed new State of South Dakota, and is opposite the center of the great Sioux reservation. -It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through tr anic line of the Chicago & Northwest- rn Railway; i- distant 781 miles from C hicago, and through daily trains with out change of cars run between the two ities In 32 hours. The city -is mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking ttia rifw with its wooded banks and islands, and as the slope of each ter race or beach is towara the river, tne eity is perfec...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1884

ts .M . w&i&ggFr r-.fML!.;ajiL'&arijanm?rr: 17 1 P B I i i ' i? t -r" r . &! I The Logan Post Cluster. L.EW1S GUEEN, EDITOR ASD PROriUBTOK. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, July 10, 18S4 Democratic Dititrlet Ticket For Coimuon Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FlilESNEU. Democratic Ceuuty Ticket. For Clerk of Court Arthur McCourtney For Probate Judge "William T Acker For County Treasurer John Notestone For County Commissioner John T Nutter For County Surveyor James W Davis For Infiiraary Director Andrew Wright Democratic State Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES W. NEWMAN, Of Scioto County. SUPREME JUDGE, CHARLES D. MARTIN, Of Fairfield County. BOARD OF PUBLIC WOBKB, J. H. BENFER, Of Tuscarawas County. THE NATIONAL Democratic Convention. The National Democratic Con- Tention met in Chicago on Tues day. The Convention is the lar gest body of able representative men ever assembled on this con tinent. "EfGovernor Hubbard, of Tex as, was made temporary Chair man! He is known to the coun ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1884

i3HSsc?essBSsgeiSr.i&V5HH rstf ''sSkSS lZS3zFl l JMCSa awjCjMi vaiwMeBII ''iW It '.W-. V V" y&rS' V Br s f LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs Inboden left on Monday last on a visit to friends and rel atives at Ft. Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Ferdinand Keirstein, of Pomeroy, visited Mr. and Mrs. "Waner in Logan last week. "Mrs. Jacob Schwarz is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Rectenwold, -in -Dayton, this week. Mr. Lewis E. DeSteiguer, of Athens, visited his brother, Dr. DeSteiguer. on Monday. Mr. Pat Wynn is visiting rela tives and friends in the State of Delaware this week. v Mrs. Dr. Pullen is making an extended trip in the East, vieit- ii:g friends and relatives. Miss Maine Huston, of Colum bus, is visiting her brother, Mr A. C. Huston, of this place. Mr. Jollh-Stortz, of Point Plea sant, W. V-, spent the Fourth in Logan, guest of Tbos. Wynn. Miss Dora Hansen -.Mended the Commencement exercises at Delaware College last week. VidTuscher.Ihe popular for nix urein an of Straitsville and Lo gan, fras in the ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1884

j. t - -ni MMH il I li 'II r5ZBS3&&USeZ-SZl V ? - - -i ia .. ...i .1 xv-imc .. has lxcoiug tl.o lialiil iu these days i 10 i.inK men ana women r.s heroes and lnToincs on buinl! provocation Tho tillo has been accorded lo mnliy per sons les worthy of it than ivaiiu ilc JJonncll, ilicj'ounvnitrsoiu.iid who" was shot by her drunken sailor recently. Katie evidently has remark-xble will power ns well es :i eent!e and loving nature. This is shown by the fact that while she h:M given her affections to Dennis Hennelly. tliu brute who at tempted lo take hcr life, she listened to the advice of her brothers and re fused to marry him until he had re formed his bad habits. It was for this refusal that lie shot her at the door of the hou&e In which she was in service. Dangerously if not fatally wounded, Katie did not shriek nnd fall as an or dinary woman wonld have done. Sho knew that the ruffian would have com- Sleted' his work had he supposed her to a wounded, so she told him she was...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 July 1884

W""" 31S5r? -SS 4SSS5SJB-.1T SJSr- C5i3.- V7?v- .r -.Lii f - -y h tf- SniinL THE OFFICIAL, PAPER OF HOCKING COUNTY. rjBSCULtT10X 2.00 PER YEAJt. t: ORES!, BOITOR AJJD PROPMETOR PIERRE, The city of Pierre is the county sent of of Hughes county, Dakota', and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the zcosrapliical center of the proposed new Slate of South Dakota, j and is opposite the center of the gnat Sioux reservation. It s tb'e present terminus of the DaKot?. Jentral through trunk" iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway: i- distant 781 miles from 0 liicago, and through dr.ily trains with ii lit change of cars run between the two aities in 32 hours. - Ths city is mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking the river with its wooded banks and islands, and as the slope of epch ter race or beach is toward the river, the eitv is perfectly drained and is free from the dangers resulting from floods or imgerfect sewarago. - PIEKRE. POPULATION OF PIE...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 July 1884

sHSSSfeSR-1 ttssaasaHBKSSi" Aw ss Sga2s3 w c ltrgnvr'- -T"j.,y ' -sss-fe - C&ssil- v s iasf i - a i se' J V if i'Srtr-- A'r'H1,) ',-tji" "v, .. vsy ;.r v, &, V- 5 IT - I"- V ouniISUldikomfiutpace.J the riuiljo:its made further explo- their hair for a covering, shines DincK dragon ot night climbed up At Memphis the 58th went in- rations. It was here some of our 1 through their retiring modesty in ; the ejstern sky and spreading his lo partnership with the 76"t!i Ohio hoys taught the correspondent of I simple- tnafiected kindliness, the and ran the Granville B-wik. Tn the New York Herald how to j hearts of all true men how to them -the 76th there was a company -steal a bee. hive If he had died ' iu loyal devotion. Oh! you meek from Granville, Ohio, at which ' from l lie effects of that expedi- .ej'ed, gentle woman, who are faith place at one time I heydetermin-non, they would,, have had to , ful over a few things, you do not d to have a Bank, and accord ingly got a lot of mone...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 July 1884

h -Cb jjrSsSgSs, -w.3saa2SSagcj?' sr 3LT w 3S i -o .r-s - - -- -4 r -Jr-' -ST-: El & V t y fi ! I rV "J tblevelaad Hendricks Cln 'I LOCAL ITEMS. -Ab.tte33tIon.- The Members of the Cleveland and Hendricks Club will meetin Court House at 7 o'clock, Friday - brenlngJuly 18th. The Mining Trouble. Military Iuraslod. , Fr Sale. I have for sale about 30 cider barrels, which I will sell che-ip for cash. Juh 17 2t Yank McCarthy. For Bent. A nica Room on Main Street, suitable for office, cheap. Call on Geo. Hartman. July 10 tf. Ckenp for Cask. Yank McCarthy has about 30 'cider barrels which he will sell cheap for ch. July 17 2w Pacific, Manchester and checo Lawn at 8$ cts. At HARMISON'S. Co- Nothing but the best of Soup and drinks at Yank McCarthy's. Remember next Saturday after Zi -tooon-md evening. i" v- John Frasch is still on h aM with a full line of choice groce ries and provisions, which he is selling at the very bottom prices. Call and see hira at his place one 'door east of Bowlby...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 July 1884

k . i MMMMMMMifttanga3MBg3"M"'l,lll,y -T r ,, -MMBBp BtWMMMMI 53 XiUOoiucs l'Vom LiUL'ilc 3"ire 1 n fiction and llmiis not Tate "Th.-.upht alone is eternal. Time thralls it in vain. For ihc ihoujrht that springs upward and yearns to n'jraiti The pure 60111 cc of spirit there is not too late.. Tbou didst not shun death; shun not life; Tis more brarc to live than to die. Honest loro. hon st sorrow. Boncst work for ilie day, honest hope for the morrow. . The heart they have saddened, the life they leave dicary. " - HnshI the seven-fold heavens to the voice of the Spirit Echo! He that o'crcomcth shall all things inherit. No stream from its source "Flows eaward, how lonely soever lis course. But what some land is gladdened. No star ever rose And set, without influence somewhere. The man who seeks one thing: in life, and hut one. May hope to achieve it before life be done: But he who Fecks ali things, wherever he goes. Only reaps from the hopes which around him ne eows A harvttt of barren...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 July 1884

u "3 I ; i J. ' -S j sawfc--- as.M" r -- T;-tt-&mS&''tttmi.'-3r . - "J-,! m-"z- .1 r. - -.s . -?r. - ii jiir ii, jftimmi j ..-.jr. . s " '&?- i SST" u t- K? rr gnfihiii - THE OFFICIAL TAPER OF HOCKING COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR. L. GaKKSrrroR.ANDJ?jioi'RijoiL PIER The city of Pierre is the county sent of of Hughes county. Dakota, and ia loj ated.on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the geographical center of the proposed new Slate of South Dakota, and is opposite the center of jlie jireat "Sioux reservation. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through tr nnk iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway; i- distant 7rfl miles from C hicago, and through df.ily trains with out change of cara run between the two eities in 32 hours. Tka nitr- ic mninlr hllllt UTIOTI the large and broad terraces overlooking the rirer with its wooded bank and islands, and as the slope of each ter race or beach is toward the river, the eity is pprfectly drai icd an...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 July 1884

JV X LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR .VKD PROPRIETOR. THE LOGAN POST-OFFICE WAR. rursell Coraiiiissioiied. TERMS TEK YEAR, J.OO- Thursday, July 24, 1884. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. r Discovered to be a Deserter. OFFICIAL REPORT CONTEST. OF THE FOR PRESIDENT, MR fiiiTi'ini) iuuw uiJiiiiu lAfl '! OF NEW YORK MtUYI FOR VICE PRESIDENT, mm mm IllUui ili OF INDIANA. DeiaecnMlc District Ticket For Common.Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRD2SNER. Democratic Caaaty Ticket: For Clerk of Conrt Arthur McCourtnfey For Probate Judge William T Acker For County Treasurer John Notestone For County CommiMiontr John T Nutter For County Surreyor James W Davis For Infirmary Director - Andrew Wright' - Continuing the report of the contest for the Post-mastership of Logan, we commence where we left off last week. In parenthesis, we regret to discover that the Republican Gazette is asleep on this question and we are compelled to furnish the awake people with all the important proceedings in this vi tal local matter. On Monday o...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 July 1884

&&?. 'ZTSV&SFi; . j T , X ! sA -. $? rY t LOCAL ITEMS. is Cleveland iJetfd ricks Clsrii. The Cleveland and Hendricks Club will meet Friday night at H o'clock in the Court room. A full attendance of the members is requosted. All Democrats are invited to attend. ' OVW. H. WRlGHT.ffres. . Chas. Barker, Sec'y. V r s . . t -? i AtttiB a Wr. There ill be a meeting of lite Second Ward Democrat Club at Hdrtraan's Hall, Thursday even ing, JTiilv 24th. Let every Dem ocrat of the Ward be present. It is desired to perfect the organi zation of the club and entef at okce info actiTe campaign work. By Order Committee. I - ----- Col. Rerapel has thrashed bis irteat crop, which made fifteen hun dred bushels. s The Boatd.oC-Vuilorr appointed Ly court, vWd the Infirmary and Children Home lat Tuefsday. .JL$k$.fim. Bishop of Kansas, rt( hisijeeo visiting idliOgvn will return home next week. Treasurer E. M. West, of Hock ing county, paid our sanctum a vis it last Monday evening, and in his co...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 July 1884

-?-'-" ' V.- ., i r&i I & f-i- ?-V '-. --t-f X -jf r - ...,,-15 - f- -s ..-. vP"2r-'i - a Tf v- ' -"5 -, t-&&$ f l!.li,b'JWwmavATiT-''-1Jl'Wtilll'''l-t' ""'lrJ' Tlt.. Oiie of the "DuriHHl Folic From North" "Wakos :i Switchman. UP Judicial Convention. FOtRTH CIRCUIT. AtP meetinp of tlio Clmirnion ot the Democratic Platform. Resolved. First, That the Dem- nornov of Ohio, in convention re affirms its nlatforin of 18S3 as fol- 4Tiruelih Tirir"in has no value w!iat- evcr-and as :t 3s the universal practice there never to do to-day what uau oc Tint ofl until tomorrow, little incon venience arises. j.uc ramvavs arc run IMwrl counties eompoMiiK mo ' i ji, .,. imiP5wrt in nrevious , .. . ,...ii:. ... -..1. : '!,,.;;. i.,i .-ir,.,,,i l.ol.l 111 I'nlniiilms. June Hie pally t-xmeaoi-u in w onauamn-ro-ucxj ciicie. ' .r determined tht the Demo- 1 state and National platforms in re- flvtrnmo r J.rtnrr to !4n." whit MlVn i -? - .. . ,!... 1 .wif. .,m. K'u,iu ,,M" I w-... ..... .. v....

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