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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 July 1884

J : W H j hji..jjii HHssEEzsaBaa&sszssaaczas accEaae: cnfincLf tifiielr OCKING ENTINEL. Till: OrTFlCIALr 1'AFKB OF HOOKING COUNTY. ADVERTISING KATjfiS. One Square-.....-........,-,.,.. Knelt additional insertion. Cardsper year,... . .SICfl 50 6 00 SUSSrafPriOX -&!.- PEK YEAK. L. OKKKV, KDITOlt AND JMIOI'UIETOK VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDA1 JULY 31, 1884. NUMBER 16, Local notie per tine 15 a Yearly advertisement!; Sluo per column ':' Z' tr- The flic J 11 -t li :l i I ,. 4 1 I. :i ' ( I i i . v 1 t s 1 IK HUE 3Da3sotSb- The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is loj. eated on the east bank of !hc Missouri "" river, in the geographical centpr of the proposed new State of South Dakota, j and is opposite the center of the reat i Sioux reservation. Jt is the present terminus ol the Dakota Lini ml Uiroiiixn ir unk line of the CHicaeo & Northwest- fern Railway; i- distant 761 miles from C h'icago, and through dp.ily trains witli iut,change of.ca...

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. — 31 July 1884

& ; s? u- t Em - if Sv $jj)he tvjni LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PBOriUKTOK. TEUMS PER TEAR, 2.00 Thursday, July 31, 1SS1. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. YOR PRESIDENT, in Allien fli 111 V MI ILULU OF NEW YORK FOR VICE PRESIDENT, TM A. ,11 OF INDIANA Democratic District Ticket' For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRIESNEH. FOR CONGRESS, H. OUTHWAITE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, SAMUEL W. UOURTRIGHT, WILLIAM H. S AFFORD, SAMUEL F. srEELE." Democratic Ceanty 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 Infiimary Director Andrew Wright Democratic State Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, JAMES-W. NEWMAN, Of Scioto County. SUPREME JUDGE, CHARLES D. MARTIN, Of Fairfield Counly. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, J. H. BENFER, Of Tuscarawas County. Oar District Judges. The Circuit Court Convention made happy selections of candi dates for Circuit Court judges. The gentlemen nomina...

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. — 31 July 1884

LOCAL ITEMS. Roland Schwarz, employed at Da3ton, is t home this week. Col. Churchill and wife, of Co lumbus, visited Logan last week. Frank Gallagher rejoices in the possession of a new daugh- ter. Rev. Ram bo is in New York Staie, recovering his health. He hopes to be back in Logan b.v the 1st of September. " Mrs. Ed. Wade, who had been .an invalid for several years, died at her home on Tuesday of last week. Reuben Culver's new residence just west of Todd's on the pla teau, is rapidly approaching com pletion. Mr. Jesse Butin returned home from Kansas last week wii h h:s fam ily, who had been visiting relatives in that State. Miss Alice Candy, a pretty li! tle Columbus girl, as sweet as her name implies, is visiting at Rev. Burns1 this week. Miss Bessie Ward, an accom plished belle of New Lexington, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. John McBride, this week. The Trustees of John Karsh ner5 estate. offer valuable prop erty for sale, advertisement of which appears elsewhere. A camp mee...

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. — 31 July 1884

'f I f v-.I V SIS 5-' ' B-KVKI.l A S. TI13 aiino'inceineiit is inailo of the input completion of :i J'icN-nal work comprising the Lives of the Presidential Csmditlates on the- Dcim cratii: ticket, written by 'he veter..n author, Ol. Frank Triplet!, ami pub.ished by N. D. Thomp son & Co.. St. Louis, Mo., and New York. This work is sold ex clusively through agents. It is de signed, not only to serves the pop ular taste and want in giving, ex haustively, the facts in the boy hood and mtnhood of the can dadites;their private Lives and Pub lic Services hut to have a more enduring interest than tbs ordinary Campaign book. To this end the publishers have engaged on the work a corpse of skilled designers and engravers to elegantly and profuse ly illustrate the scenes andincidents in the lives of these eminent men, now so prominently before the peo ple. Personal anecdotes and rem iniscences will constitute a leading aiid certainly most entertaining and instructive feature of this timely ...

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. — 7 August 1884

KF-- & 4 ? s ettiincL THE OFFICIAL l'APEtt OF HOCKING COUNTY. SUBWUU'TIOX $2.00 PER YE All. L. GHEKJT, EDITOR. AXD PROPRIETOR PIERRE The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughe county, Dafcot.. nd is lo- CRted on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the geographical centrr ui ie Drooosed new Slate of South Dakota, and is opposite the center of the ureatj Sioux reservation. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through, trunk iine of the Chicago & Northwest - ern Railway: i- distant rfl miles from C hicago, and through drily trains with out change of cara run between the two pities in 'Ai hours. Ths citv is mainly built upon the j large ana oroau terraces utltuius the rirer with its wooded bank and islands, and as the slope of each ter race or beach is t'lwaro-the river, the eity is perfectly drai ed and is free from the dangers resulting from floods or imperfect sewarage. PIERRE. POPULATION OF PIERRE IS 2,500. It has an exce'lenl municipal government- The...

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. — 7 August 1884

J-i. J ie JpttL MIKOI LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AXDPnOPBIETOU. TERMS PER TEAR, 2.00- Tlmrsday.Jnly 7 , 18S4. DEMOCRATIC RATIONAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ill CLIIVIMNII, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, .1 OF INDIANA. Democratic District Ticket The Bepn&Kean Con-vcation. A FULL TICKET. Full Report or Proceedings. For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRIESNEK. FOR CONGRESS, J. H. OUTHWAITE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, SAMUEL W. COURTRIGHT, WILLIAM H. SAFFORD, SAMUEL F. STEELE. Democratic County 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 WORKS, J. H. BENFER, Of Tuscarawas County. The Mosqueto, heretofore an In nependent paper, published at Pomeroy, seeks fr e s li blood, ...

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. — 7 August 1884

V j LOCAL ITEMS. Leg-am Hoy to the Front. Tiie Akron Times, one of the most observant Democratic pa pers of the Stat, observes as fol lows: "The third telegram of congrat ulation that Governor Cleveland received on the occasion of his nomination to the .Presidency, was from the sterling Democracy ef Logan, Hocking comity, Ohio. The "Young Democrats" of Lo gan took hold of matters and the result was a most successful rati fication meeting in the evening.'' Attempted Suicide. Mary Jones who for some time has been sick at Bob. Koby's in the Gallagher addition, attempt ed last week to pass over by the Morphine route,takingten grains of the drug. Dr. Mansfield ma king a visit a few minutes after ward discovered the fact, when lie and Dr. deSteiger introduced & stomach pump relieving the stomach of its contents and sav ing her life. The girl is about 17 years of age and claims to come from Meigs county. She is reported to us as having been living a di ssolute life, and becoming 6ick a...

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. — 7 August 1884

-ss'X'HK-: Hocking Sentinel. ciacui-ATios - - 1500. ADVKRTISIN&IIATES. lw'k 3 w'lw 4 w'ks 3 m's 6m's ljr'r inch 2 inli 3 I noli -I inoh 5 inch col. -i$ col. col. 1 col. $1.00 2.00 3.00 3.50 4.00 S2.00 5.75 3.75 5.50 7.00 $2 JO I S5.00 4.00 7.00 5.50 I 9.00 6.50 10.00 8.00 12.00 10.00 ' 15.00 11.00118.00 14.00 20.00 20.00 I 35.00 $6.50 9.00 12.00 14.00 16.00 20.00 25.00 33.00 55.00 S10.00 13.P0 10.00 20.00 2".00 30.00 35.00 .Vi.O0 100.00 5.50 8,50 7.00:i0.00 K.00 12.00 10.00 1 17,00 Business cards of five Hues or less S6 per Slmpfe announcements, of marriaResand deaths, and church and benevolent society notices Inserted free. Any additions to obituary notlceswillbe charged 5centsper Local bnslnessnotices 10 cents perfllne. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER TEAR A man who puts a revolver in his pocket and then deliberately starts out to make himself drunk, is in danger of, -coming . home a murderer. Redwood forests in California are yearly diminishing, as this wood is incessantly used in bui...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 August 1884

JMWII I ' " ' g JSSB-,BHi?in "Cf -v" k?9EMfc3?- - z- u T,7,-.JWT-aL .--, irarT) mwumi Wjt a-.XM3 eS5T. -'i tc y Sentinel. miin e IHE OCKING THE OFFICIAL, P.U'Ktt' OF HOCKING COUNTY. ADVERTISING RATjSS. sp- I One Square S1C8 LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY AUGUST U, 1884. NUMBER 18, Eachad(iitionullnscrtion... . 50 Oartlsperycar,. . 6 00 Localnotlceaperliue -. . 15 Yearlr advertisements SluO percoluma SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 TKIt YEAH. L. GUEEX, EpiTOR AND PROPRIETOR VOLUME 43, E mkvk "Sjs; LI CH Sfenfiipt TjMT PIERRE, Tlie city of Pierre is the county sent of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is lo- j cated on the east bank of the Missouri J river, in he jjemjrapliic.tl eentrr of the i proposed new Slate of South Dakota, mid is opposite the center of the great, Sioux reservation. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central tlirous:u tr unk Sine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway; i- distant 7rfl miles from C hicaso, and through dn.i'y trains with out change of cars run betweeu the two cit...

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. — 14 August 1884

W" y-r m$ r r&2 "Jt 1 t.ik n A i ffiCEE ZZSSZSC rsi n- Lil Tfl, it eifi(jfl LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR A:tD PUOPIIIETOR. 'EK2I5 PER YEAR 2.00- Thursday, Jiiiy U, 1884. EXCIT.N3 ARRESTS. Sunday Law in Logan. Jonx T. Norris, Railroad De tective, Arrested for Cru elty to Prisoners. DEJIOCRITIO'ATIOXAL TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, HUM I U.UVU1U OF NEW YORK. '! FOR VIC2 PRESIDENT, .1 OF INDIANA. Democratic State Ticket. secretary op 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. Democratic District Ticket For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRIESNER. w.:i FOR CONGRESS, H. OUTHWAITE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, SAMUEL W. COURTRIGHT, WILLIAM H. SAFFORD, SAMUEL F. STEELE. Democratic County Ticket. For C'erk 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 Inflimary Director Andrew Wr...

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. — 14 August 1884

HP5KL'-3e' jfeaBHsrgsSgj: .-? 0" tVCSr.-'O-" WSGFS&fln juii ! jw n l-isp J i ft A LOCAL ITEMS. Attention Co. D. The ex-members of Ce., D, 17th O. V. I., are requested to meet at at the office of Myers y& Butin on Saturday, August 16t'a at 3 o'clock p. m., to make arrangements for their anniversary meeting to be held Sept., 10th, 'S4. L. Myers, Pres't. Leayis Fisher, Sec'ry. Mrs. S. M. McMillan, of Mari etta and children, arc visiting Mrs. Lewis Hamblin in Logan this week. " Mrs. Win. (Jourson and daugh ter are spending this week at the Bock House. . m H. L. Wright sold . Tuesday to Geo. Stamen, on Eush Creek, the short horn bull calf, Buckeye Lad, aged 9 months, weight 900 pounds. - ,aa as a Miss Fanny, daughter of Capt. Bowen, left last Saturday for St Marys of the Springs, where she will go -to school through the session. Birthday Party. Col. Bempel is putting a third story on his buildings between the Rempel House and the Mc Carthy block. The rooms will be used for hotel ...

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. — 14 August 1884

i4 , . J ' wgS' ,MMl..arir''ssssB'-iiMrjssssrTTiiCTH' M i t A i . y .hjujh'..il. n. i .i. w j. i JUJimti . " IJTJfcggSEjJKtfwtfcJr.r arw 1 1 i . TTf ri in- r-i- r-.swjsisssstsasrHMSfcwsjMM ' - ' -. , i . . . . ' ! tVui'Ul is Hoaml ami Small. V'on arc from liii leeport" stvd he; Mackinac Island. R!i his ghiss of Willi was s.owly raised- she sits, like beauty's child whom nature to his lips, while lie drew his chair K!,t. c:lo.er to ni'llt. "Well, 1 want to know For men to see, ami feeing, wonder at if yon ever knw a Miss wlio llt .mi tn in ioi , ;uiu nu luaniuu a u i "f 1' man in Oman:, the saino vnar? I met The CollinibllS. Uocklllg alio) 5THB- her under wrv tran;o circumstances & Toledo anl tlie Michigan Central in a prineeh- Western city jut cicht' . ., , r -, ;,' ,Ao in years ao this month. A partv of us . roads, are Jacdc frxzaeps in "had been making a ni-rht of it in a the in .tier o Exenrs'ons. In audi fashionable restaurant of the citv, and lion it must have been alter tw...

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. — 21 August 1884

"-- ww.mSMUyiJZS. , -r y a- ?' JT JL..- ()LrgL .v. v y v- v- ' y MJiri.-.v. ji-w-----g-'--i HuurivmNKiint :rvn.r-s v.,ti K j MB HI ' "" " ' , l v- f c-v I I t T 1 1 f . cry t THE OFFICIAL PAPEtt OF HOCKING COUNTY. I HE W w e N TNG ENTINEI SUBiCBIPTlOX $2.00 PUR YEAR. L. G&EKN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY AUGUST 21, 1881 NUMBER 19, 5 Wi J enliie!t AUVKRTISIM! KATjSS. One Sqnnre. .......... Each additional insertion CardBperycar,.. .. Local notices perllnc Yearlrinlvertinemeuts 3100 per column .sue 50 6 00 15 RBEJ PIE ZDa-lrota-.. -- The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county. Dakota, and is lo cated on the east batik of the Missouri river, in he geographical centProfthe nronosed new Slate of South Dakota, nd is opposite the cejiter of the great fetout reserration. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through tr nnk iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway: i- distant 781 miles from C hieago, and through d?.i!y trains -w...

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. — 21 August 1884

ssryA M- a4- XP" w..mw.i..wm; 'X'liBiM.1'. SC3 t.jvim.!."rr!KL'7"v-i..-.:wu " r ki &.tl. LEWIS GREE2sT, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. TEJWIS I'EII TEAK, .oo- Tiiursday, July 21, 1SS4, BEXOCK VT1C XATIOX1L TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, -i n rwivn i,i n it mi OF NEW YORK FOR VICE TRESIDEKT, . A. Ill OF INDIANA. Democratic State Ticket. SECRETARY OF STATE, JAiMES W. NEWMAN, Of Scioto County. SUPREME JUDGE, CHARLES D. MARTIN, Of Fairfield County. BOARD OF PUBLIC "WORKS, J. H. BENFER, Of Tuscarawas County. Peiuocratic District Ticket For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FKIESNER. TOR COXGRESSj J. H. OUTHWA1TE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, .SAMUEL W. COURTRIGHT, WILLIAM H. SAFFORD, SAMUEL F. STEELE. Democratic County Ticket. For Clerk of Court Arthur McCourtuey For Probate Judge JVilliam T Acker For County Treasurer John Notestone jFor Couuty Commissioner John T Nutter For County Surveyor James W Davis For Infiimary Director Andrew Wright Cleveland's Letter of Accept ance. Gov. Cleveland's Letter of Ac ceptance a...

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. — 21 August 1884

-5. " -SwSKrffSwgC, rB W3g r&& ".(,-- - - - V JsA LOCAL ITEMS. ABOUXD TOWS. Mr. Austin Bishop remains in about the same condition he hrfs for several weeks. Mr. E. G. Collin's new resi dence is fast approaching com pletion. Esq's Davey and White's courts have been occupied in detainer suits. Constable Win. Green has iust 8ot ms feek 'n motion, he walks a mile in three hours for 20 cts- Rose & Sulzbacher are having the front of their store room re painted and relet tered. Brick Helpman furnishes his customers with free soup every evening. Quite a number of our people are tenting on the old camp ground at Lancaster. Mr. Yank McCarthy, we are sorry to learn, is confined to Ihe house with Rheumatism. The infant child of Mr. & Mrs. "W. F. McCarthy is dangerously ill with Cholera Infantum. John James, who has been "- confined to his bed for several weeks with rheumatism, is con valessing. Mr. Chas. Bowl by, after a few weeks' treatment at the India pohs Institute, returned...

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. — 21 August 1884

r.jig i&Fjg SsJ Tr- JtW t. v.- J- r- W L,vwvty as 1 h f i j ' .iti ,kJM '-'-""i-f j-" Ohio lento Fair. Tle Ohio Slate Fair is near nt hand. It opens at Columbus on Monday, September 1, and cnihi vies until Saturday, September G. For weeks past the State Board of Agriculture has been rushed with the business of preparing for the jjreat show that will bn made m each of the numerous departments o the Fair. The people from ev ery section of Ohio and many from adjoining states art appryinz for exhibition space and preparing to attend. The numerous railway Tines 'ending into Columbus make it easily accessible from every point in the state, and considering the very liberal arrangements th-t have been made with every line for the extension of excursion rates and the running of popular cheap excursions during the week of the Pair, it is but reasonable to suppose that the people generally will take advantage thereof for visiting the large exhibition that is positively assured. Besides the...

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. — 28 August 1884

? rMVi "qBggSaS3m Sjwwjgj- W - vc-3ZCTr-rrsTOvr... ' - -:;pgg3gCgi,aSIfTSn xir-- jiTYr-raTiaiwcygiCTsr- m niMaaaa tyht tnthwl. XHE OFriGIAL PAPER OF HOCKING COUNTY. 8DBSCBIPT10X $2.00 PKU YEAR. L. GREEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR IERB in,. .:- nrPint-pp ;a the countr sent of of Hughes county. Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, iu he geographical center of the proposed new Slate of South Dakota, ind is opposite the center of the great Sioux reservation. It is the present I terminus of the Dakota Central turougn trnnfc 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 citie in 32 hours. The citv is mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking the riTer with its wooded bank and islands, and as the slope of each ter race or bench is toward the river, the eity is perfectly drai .ed and is free frotn the dangers resulting from floods or imgerfect s...

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. — 28 August 1884

S5"f"iSii 4 t,Je I r? ,! b eitL LEWIS GREEN, EDITOttAXD PUOl'IVIKTOR. rEIUIS I'EK YKAR, (0- Tkursday, Aug. 28, 1SS1. DEXOCa.l'lC NATIONAL TICKET. A JS -AUSTSj FOE PRESIDENT, VR IM1, OF NEW YORK FOR VICE PRESIDENT- TBOS. A. H1DRRIS, OF INDIANA. Democratic State Ticket. SECRETARY 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. Denecralic District Ticket' For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRIESNER. FOR CONGRESS, J. H. OUTHWAITE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDCE, SAMUEL W. COURT-EIGHT, WILLIAM H. SAFFORD,- SAMUEL F. STEELE. Democratic Counts 1 fckel KorCleik or Court Arthur McCourlney For Piobate Judge William T Acker For County Tie.iMtrer John Noiestone For County Commissioner JohnTNuUer For Coo-i: v-Survevor James W Davis For Infi:ui.iry Di'ector Andrew Wright VA working man" from Gore, in last week's Gazette, lias evi dently worn out the seat of hi, breeches in his hard zvo?:k for the Syn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 August 1884

SS - jxs li-- LOCAL ITEMS. AROUND TOWX. Miss Ella Montielh, ofSalina, Kansas, is visiting relatives and friends in Logan. Mrs. F. S- Pursell and family visited Judge Wright and friends in Lancaster last week. Mr Dan Acker is having a hand some slate roof put on bin Engle properly on Mulbeiry street. The Hefts are making a hand- som-finish on the Collins & Moore siore room. Mr. Charles Shaw, of Ash Cave, visited relatives in Logan ou last Monday. The cholera is still spreading ou the continent Two cases have ap peared in London. Mrs. Harry Ambrose has been paid 5,250 insurance on her husband's life iu the N. Y, Mutu al Ins. Co. Mrs.S. H. Bright is spending ,,, the summer with, bis relatives in the east, and pater Sam grinds v cofle and scolds. The railroad company has very properly re-established the depot at Corbou Hill. Frank Merrick, of Columbus, atloruey for the railway, was in the city on last Saturday, study ing scripture. Bart Higgins, of McArthur, is visiting his brother ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 August 1884

te .mu-u j."w - ' .- -"' " )- . -. kJJimjaLAg-u'JiJbH!'; i4 UIU WMUIU-l',JT yiirfliBB r oiiu.t o .1.1a et-ttic tuiitM- 'Usofe languid, tiresome sensa tion O. llsillir vmm ii 1ii er:liri!v ,lt- K .... 41. '6 ivj uc mi your iwi: liisil i-uu- WIT AND HUMOR. Vhen Winter brtczo Denude the trees And nature M-itits down to freeze; lien round the door rllif ri!l v.iiftq mnr slant dra'n that is tnkin ' from your And cold comes thr. ujrn the cracked OM system all its former elasticity; driving nil the tiloom from your cheeks; that continu'l str-in npn jour vital forces, renderingyou ir ritable and fretful, can etigtij' be lemoved by that marvelous remedy,- Hop Hitters. Irreg'writies and obstructions et your system aie re lieved at once, while the special cause of periodical pain are per manently removed. jNoiip. receive floor. Our friends forget to Bhul the door. Oil City Llizzard. Eijxin. 111., has a butter ring. Next thing we know we shall hear of a nap kin ring, or dinner-bell ring. Teache...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
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