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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 4 September 1884

'&. E? j-r j be ' " Baeaa5Biga5 , - si I h I s r fe f eniitftfl THE OFFICIAL PAl'KB OF HOCKING OOUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER EAR. L. GREEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR 1ERRE, The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in he geographical center of the proposed new State of South Dakota, , and is opposite the center of the sjreat Sioux reservation. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through . trunk iine of the Chicago Northwest em Railway; i- distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through dr.ily trains with out change of cara run between the two cities in 32 hours. The city is mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking the river with its wooded bank and islands, and as the slope of each ter race or beach is toward the river, the elty is perfectly drai.ied and is free from the dangers resulting from floods or linger! ect sewerage. POPULATION OF PIERRE IS 2,500. - It has an excellen...

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. — 4 September 1884

.""VISSHf ) x 3GSS2233EJ r-s m . TS, '.is- 1 ' V t? THE STRIKE. 4 Latent from Monday Creek. LEWIS GREEN. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Sept. 4, 1SS4. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. ttfi Latest advices from the llon- ldjiy Greek, report, 'all quiet.'' The military are established at various mines. Occasional discharge of fire arms is reported as occuriimr. but no one has been hurt. The operators claim that all the disturbance, destruction of property and loss of life is justly chargeable to the miners The miners say that ne mur der was intended and that the attack was to intimidate the new men and run thorn olf A very im portant arrest, and one that will in all probability le 1 to many others, was made here this morning by Marshal Beatty. .- Woody, of this place, appeared upon the strec's with a bul'et-hole in his hat, ca'l niEC the attention to several parties t that fact. He w?s arrested on suepicion oters. as being one of the ri- Columbus, Ohio, August 31. Th...

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. — 4 September 1884

1 jr N Y LOCAL ITEMS. CLEVELAND & HENDRICKS HwvSvKR fe-Mil.V jVym W Damage the CLUB MEETING. The Cleveland and Hendricks U" Club will hold a meeting in the -. Court House on Monday even ing. Able Speakers from abroad will be present to address the meeting. All Democrats are in vited to attend and bring along their Republican neighbors. Suit Against City. Correspondence of the Sentinel. Not that there is one in being yet, but that the city authorities are laying the ropes for one, or perhaps several. The property on Front street, in the Galkgher Addition, has been regularly tax ed for lighting the town with gas3 and there is not a gas light on the street in that part of the town, unless the one on Gallagh er's Avenue might be called all exception. Taxes have been as sessed for improving streets, &c, and not a blade of grass has been touched by the city in the way of improving the streets or drain- Hurrali for Hoadley. No Soulless Rritlnta Sentiment In his Heart A GOVERNOR WIT...

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. — 4 September 1884

m -j-" y 1 ;ll.,J.rr:A,i,,,riJUM . ytPbf.-yw...i.:sXaaWi3CT ymgc7--.-)yJj-yj1Vt.,Lt., -, M fc. . l" !. TlXJSEfeSlE LETTEK A .Camp oi Hoclting Boys in the Ciiiiibsi'laiKl. A Ilrcrzy l.tHcr From DIacIi. Onr Dear Sentinel: The fires of Uic Hocking camp are hurtling bright lv this eeniiirr down anions: the foot hills of the Cumberland mount ains. Although the ring of the uooclman's ax, the hum of the saw. and the voice of the ncm-swcarinir ox-driver is hushed in silence ior the night, yet are their mingled sounds stiil echoing hack and iorlh between these vine-clad hills call ing about unto the mountain dwel lers: awake, awake from thnt leth ergetic Etato of inactivity, under vt cb limn hiist been livinr, and h ivea smile from the hum of Frog re, before it is everlastingly too lato. That the call has not been in vain is well attested to the little village of Newcomb, whose rapid growth has hardly a precedent in East Tennessee. One year ago. 'where its several stores and numer ous dwelli...

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. — 11 September 1884

- -. 'x? : lifi SSsnikel i OCKING ENTINEL. HE t - t t THE OFFICIAL lUlMJli OF ADVERTISING R.VIVS. One Square., SJ"1 E:icli:ulilitlntial insertion ... -. 60 Carilsper year,... .. . 6 00 Localnotices perllnc .... la Yearly advertisements Sluo per column H08KIH0 GOONTY. LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAl. SEPTEMBER 11. 1881 N JMBER 22, VOLUME 43, SUSSCiltlTIOX $2.0i) PER YEAR. L. GRCES, EDITOK AND l'ROPKIETOU rri fV" Jp111 e i PI ERB 3Da3sota- The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, aud is lo cated on the ca5t bank of the Missouri river, iu lie geographical center of the proposed new State of South Dakota, - and is opposite the center of the jreat Sioux reservation. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through trunk iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway; i distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through df.ily trains with out chance of cars run between the two ities in 32 hours. Ths city is mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking the r...

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. — 11 September 1884

V-z&r&Z rhtfeS? rv'sr'j J. psr L a- .j" S HHESfiE "l ft t ir tl l T t ' S,i . 1 i w- K LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PIIOPRIETOK. fi'murRviim doom Destructive Despotism! TERMS PER YEAR, J.OO- Thursfiay, Sept. 11, 1S84. BEHOCRVTIG XATIOXAL TICKET. 3 FOR PRESIDENT, nnni7nu fliMiM itt.IV Mi mjuveiu OP NEW YORK. i ami iiid FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . A. HE 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. Democratic District Ticket rorbixc; air.x of tk:r A 1. 1. lU'tillK THEY KKFL'SK TO BECOME SMVKS. For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FAIESNEtt. FOR CONGRESS, J. H. OUTHWAITE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, SAMUEL W. UOURTRIGHT; WILLIAM H. S AFFORD, SAMUEL F. STEELE. Democratic Count) Tluke For Clerk of Com t Arthur ilcCourlney For Probate Judge William T Acker For County Treasurer John Notestone For County Commissioner John T Nutter For County Surveyor...

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. — 11 September 1884

rc Oa Cel "" : I - 5? -!. C!-2sSH $ ft1. i l!a. -. l& iT2 .' Death oi a li.mo Ivilii Clulibcr. "It becomes my solemn ilooty," said Itrothur G r iurr, as h looked from Samuel Shin to Pickles S:ultli and back, to atimnmce de fak dat Bruddcr Par amuui Shnvsoii, : n honor:::; member libin' in Toledo, am no mo' on airth. He had clinbi d up on de roof of a shed to sec a do-lijhl, :m' de c.iviu' in of do roof bestowed fo1 different fatal inju ries upon his pussou. When he real ized dat he bad pol to die he requested dis ciub to attend his funeral in a body an' be tried to bony money ob his brnddcr in law to square up his back dues wid us. Gum'len. in one respect Brudder Slawsoh-was a fa'r to medium man. If he borreyed half a dollar to 0 to de circus he'd pay it back outer money dat his wife aimed at de wash-boa' d. Do poo' was nebber turned away from his doab empty-handed. lie pitied dc stir rers of a bi tramp, aud let his wife ;o bar'futtedau' his citil'eii hungry. He was kiud-iieartc...

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. — 11 September 1884

rft? '-tv "T" V LOCAL ITEMS POLE RAISING 3? The Democrats of Enterprise will raise a Pole on next Satur day afternoon at 2 o'clock, at Enterprise. A big turn out is expected. Hon. J. H. Outhwaite ourcandidate for Congress, will positively be present. Turnout, men of all parties. Washington Twp. Club. The Democracy of Washington township held a meeting at Iles boro on Saturday evening last. Messrs. V. C. Lowrey, Wm. P. Price, Mike Iveinle, and O. W. H. Wright, of the Cleveland and Hendricks Club of Logan, were present and addressed the meet ing, after which a Cleveland and Hendricks Club was organized, more than 30 persons enrolling. The following officers were elected : President Michael Engle. Vice Pres Thos. Cherry. Secretary John Schaal. Treas Samuel Reich ley. The Club will do effective work, in the campaign, as its members are enthusiastic in the work and determined to increase their majority. Colonizing Negroes tor Tctobcr Election. ENQUIRER SPECIAL. Columbus, Sept. 2. There a...

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. — 18 September 1884

2 ;? ? y - i w --,;Zi v. fwf !- iv v r entincl. 3. ' " " ' ' -r """Si, t TV tt 14 rrrr TTvfri STTKi'TTKTTPr w f X as r& f.ji if kaF r I; l!i 131 rr-- Hi ! mi III .j; ", ' THJE OFFICIAL PAPER OF IWHOCKINC COUNTY. i U I SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER TEAR. jrgprr i -- - " " ADVERTISING KATjSS. - -' "" ' ' " I 5 i r- - 1 i-. iwi: IBEN, XDITOR A2TD PBOPRIETOB VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSJU' SEPTEMBER 18 1881 NJMBER 23, One Square... Euchaddltiouallnsartlon Cardsperycar, .. . Local notices per line- Yearly atlTertisementsSluO percoloma -. Jh PIERRE, The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in he geographical centpr of the I PHYSICIANS. J. C.CAMrBELI.,51. D. I.C.WKIGHT, U. D. CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physicians Surgeons Also local Surgeons forCH V&TR. It. Office, one door west of Work fc Baker's toV, Logan, Ohio. may 31, '83. proposed new State ef South Dakota, , E.G. deDESTKiGEK, si. d. and ir onnosite the c...

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. — 18 September 1884

l ""-. --iri "- CV Tsrr" r?Sg3ff -5fe ; -V- SE3I rva?""sse cs J I-J . 5? ," s. EftjMaT.g.3gsibuig sama pvfc.'flfsaa g3saat3asatreE53aB8&iM3ks.. EJfgraffi's-?y;,j tfjjjjjjF -.- i ? r F lift 14 t fy v" xEWIS GREEN. aniTOH AXD PKOPRLETOR. TRJIJIS PER YEAR, .')- Thursday,-Sei)tT-l tS84: DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. 5?S"S255sr " S??Sfcg&2i'3r $&i&fi&rtre a &V33 'iv? : 'j-.iiijai v i v.wa i4-vJvSS.lV&3: .SSX "- -. -ii SAw31--- ssv FOR PRESIDENT, in ! m iihvrinwi OF NEW YORK FOR VICE PRESIDENT, TIM A. Hl'DRffi, 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. Democratic District .Ticket For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. KRIESNER. FOR CONGRESS, H. OUTHWAITE. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, SAMUEL W. COURTRIGHT, WILLIAM H. SAFFORD, SAMUEL F. STEELE. Democratic Count) TIcke For Clerk of Court Arthur McCourlney For Probate Judg...

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. — 18 September 1884

.--s- oi -Ti2t "7-- .' c ,Tr7 J& PT' &g&SJZ SS!XStsSSSS3SZSSXSSGSSSS. SBSs3ZS2is555irw!SeaiiegS S&i'SRHJlJti'iK f T ' t a yf . U &j 11 s J. h j LOCAL ITEMS. POLE RAISING ' . I . h The Democrats of Enterprise 'if & will raise a Pole on next Satur- ' V day afternoon at 2 10'clock, at Enterprise. A big turn out is expected. Hon. J. H. Outhwaite oar candidate for Congress, will positively be present. Turn out, men of all parties. The campaign in Hocking Co. has opened. Pole raising at Enterprise next Saturday at 2 o'clock. Mr. Jos N. Kessler is in Cin cinnati this week ou business. A number of our Logan peo ple are attending the Laurel ville Pair this week, m Mrs. Wm. Bacon, of Indiana polis, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Heaston. Frank V? right intends remov ing this fall to;-Eansas where he will engage in farming. Dr. Mai.pfieU: and wife of Guys- visited hU 'brother in Lo gan :ar:t week. viiii We are sorry lo learn of the sud.'.-n leath of Mis Mirting o New Pivm...

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. — 18 September 1884

sssjt r3k22,j: '". " v--G3C :." -f54 "" tMiK in,' said the fourth floor lawyer as the boy rapped on the door. 'Say, master !' 'Are you going tc burn coal this winter ?' 'I may.' 'Then yon'll have to buy some.' 'Perhaps.' And you'll have to Lave it carrivd up.' 'Shouldn't wonder.' 'And I'd like thejnV Tie lawyer loci ed his hands back of of his head ai d looked out cf the window for a long time wiihoul a word in reply. T:je boy put in his time looking a ound the room, and when th 8iljn.ce had become painful he said: 'Well, good bye. If you get a LLc. illffl CGLIB u:iiJE. ts2)!a 1TII School now open Students cau ter at anv Time. B- case this fall, and get any mon ey, and buy any coal, and don't want to carry it up yourself after dark. I'd like the ?ob. You can semember I'm the boy who rpoke to you. I've got red hair, and two bo'ils on my leg, and I feel sorry for poor folks.' A ''Vindication." The New York Herald says : The Maine election is claimed by the Blaine organs to be a com pl...

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. — 25 September 1884

-"ivv- "H'" T-yz v t f OS &s nlitieL tyt tnltt, 1 ENTINEL. KM" THK OFFICIAL PA PEE OF H0CXIS8 COUNTY. M fc.fa i 0 0 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR. L. GREEK, BDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR ft K ADTEftTlStttf ATit. Ob Square... .JC VOLUME 43 LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1881 NUMBER 21 Each additional lnnertlaa.. Card a e r y car,. ;ardsB jOCftlft Ypfri LocalboUces perlln.'i IS rly advertisement SI&O ajercftlioats CI?5 i -if t 4 a n,r -BL. f3.. s6 aV & 3aW A. A l WaS r k ?- -V i J 0 f !k I -. (HBLaaa JBw? aaaL PIERRE Dsbl-zota,. PHYSICIANS. t. C. CAMPBELL, at. D. I.C.WKIOHT, at. D. CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physicians 8f Surgeons Aluo local Surgeons for CM V4TR. R. Omce, one door west or Work A Bnkcr's t oe, Logan, Ohio. may St, '3. The city of Pierre is the county teat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and ii lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in he geographical center of the proposed new Mate at bouth Uakota, j K. C.deDKUTKiCEK.M. n. and ia opposite the center of the g...

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. — 25 September 1884

J ' S Tl fiAU.L-wjtf'tau.'-y-..'.v;!fcgk..lJBtAgiJW!igiE: Cr '!,. , f (bi it?$I. r-M;gg3gggreS roa?g the Syndicate. LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PEOPKIETOK. f rEKUS L'E&YEAR, J.OO- eiiiAenj proof i Thursday, Sept. 25, ISS4. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. ii " -. w r FtaJCtl v ii ii ii 'ESTIMOSTY OF TEU1 SEC- ItETARV OF TfSE AX- ROX IROX CO. ?i5hR .tMO1 ' r3&i.vl lT. 'rsy msms&m. wrnm sasss&s) FOR PRESIDENT, m fii hi iU ULUVEiIJi OF NEW YORK. FOU VICE PRESIDENT, 108, A. Ill OF INDIANA iBittiiiC'S Connection Willi Co- di1 ot reu'ize on its expec tations and its property passed to other corporations, the present Syndicate being the prominent successor: If Mr. Blaine is not now a hold er of Stocks and Bonds in the Hocking Valley Monopoly, it. is because he has in this case, as in others, as ''Dear Fisher" might say, disposed. of them to a happy advantage. Thtt ntlp.ntinn nf Mr. "Rhiitip'e Mr. Blaine's friends persistent denying friends is called to the jy deny mat ne is related ...

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. — 25 September 1884

v&V- ,NSV-5 BCAS-.. i A li H- v- - L i .fel fe.-'v VV-, L P if - 21 i f fi 3n LOCAL ITEMS. Come to the Randall meeting nest Monday. The Justices Courts are all busy this. week. Logan was threatened wiih a rain ou Tuesday. GuBfci HifF returned from Xebras - kaon Tuesday evening. Every farmer should bring something to the Fair. farmers and Mechanics,Jon't forget your County Fair. Mr. Lewis Al'en,of Ada. Ohio, 8 visiting T. J. Allen of this city. Charley Weiland, of Wooater, O. is visiting his parents this week. Closed tniues, cold furnaces, evic tion suits. Come and hear Randall Miss Erving, of Mt. Vernon, is visiting Mr and Mrs. Chas. Bowl by. Wool growers, ccme and hear Congressman Converse next Mon day. Pro'ect the lalxsrinjiman from pauper competition. Come and bear Kandall. NTohn Petty is doing Cobbling work, giving satisfaction to all ,. his customers. Jacob Kecfenwald of D-iyton, is visiting his revives and friends in Logan this week. The valley is quiet, John J. Nor ris li...

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. — 25 September 1884

!C .. JS j-SJAi- j "jw er .. ' 3a3js?ttia. jfs--- - -5k- fc-J -;-. I ' ,a;,',i:u,,'ffi;:iif; 5w5'-,:,',.-j- u:li 'je.i. ,'jtP--T.i...-Ji .... V Co:ir;!!co:u Act. l'M4Hfcjjm-HI.arjVwr;V.rf1 Iff f T i f i s y u- There comes new from Macon, Ga., of a vdry ser.ous injury to Tommy l)owns, sou of Mie. Dr. Downs, of this city, says the Dtn;orL Democrat, who With his rcoti'er is slopping with hr rother. Mr. EUui Kvims, in Howard, alont six miics trow M.tcon. Tommy is 12 years of SP. According to a long account received by Willis Downs, of this city, Torcmy went into the woovls near his uncle's hoaso with his dog. T.-3 Uor intnned a rabbit nnd Tommr fallowed :n tSi chase, and finally caw tae rabbit enter a hollow tree. About fiphtcea feet from the ground was a hole in the tree, and thinking- to catch the rabbit he quickly climbed up and thrust his arm in. After failing totf.nd tho rabbit he attempted to withdraw hi arm, and found that by6ome means or other it was securely fastened at the "wr...

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. — 2 October 1884

n i,- ( ; a w .w Sentinel. nsiiuel. aaa THE OFFICIAL PAl'KB OF HOCKING COUNTY. E Oao Sq: s Kachaddltio LOGAN, OHIO, THURSfi&I. .OCTOBER 2 ,1881, NUMBER 25, VOLUME 43, Caidspery SUBSCRIPTION z.00 PER YEAK. Ii. GREKS, EDITOR JUTD PROPRIETOR A Localnotitfrsperllne d- Yearly 4YertIaeBeut SlOtt ierefluaB 2 :-ffjflte j Thk Hocking; AlWEBTjfclNti ATjSS. . JF io BblinMrtlra " ir, SSC l 1 i PIERRE, The city of Pierre is the countyaeat f of Hughes county, Dakota, and ii lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri rirer. in he eeozraohical centfr of the proposed new Slate of South Dakota, J and is opposite the center ot tne great Sioux reserration. It is the present terminus of the Dakota Central through trank iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway; i- distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through daily trains with out change of cars run between the two cities in 32 hours. The city is mainly built apon the large and broad terraces OTerlooking the rirer with its wooded bank and islands...

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. — 2 October 1884

s&tSSrscssiSsaBtawssoBw..,,. . . , i iMM&Agim&fZ!Z3SBE!&13SEE. ASjfisssstexs&js&yaa".iimUd:j!isxxa s fy $b LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND Pitt TERMS PER TEAK, V .00- Thursday, Oct. 2, 1SS4. THE BIG MEETING. SlfctiftftfL b- 3000 Democrats PBIETOU. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. The, Greatest PoliticaI Demonstration for Years in the Talley. in this in an awkward and em barrassing position among their party friends, and only gives en couragement to Republicans to follow up their efforts to destroy the Democracy. the audi V. Ringing Speeches From Best Orators In the Country. the FOR PRESIDENT, '! OF NEW YORK FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HIOS, l fliDRiUS, 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, 10f Tuscarawas County. Deruecratic District Ticket For Common Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRDZSNER. FOR CONGRESS, H. OUTHWAITE. The Democratic Mass Mee...

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. — 2 October 1884

r I t-s - r S v. tx LOCAL ITEMS. Come to the fair and see the ra ces. Miss Kinkade, of Lancaster, is risiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ha fler. Col. Vance spent Sunday in Lo gan, the guest of Mr. "White at the Depot Hotel. The races at the fair of this county promise to be better than erer before. Mr. Frank Wright and family left Logan yesterday for their new home in Kansas. Mr. Alexander, of Bncyrns, is visiting his cousin, Ben. White, in Logan this week. Cards are out announcing the nuptials of Mr. Sewoll Bennett and Miss Sophia Culver. Bev. J. F. Williams will preach at the Presbyterian church, in this place next Sabbath morning. Make your entries for the fair nw. Secretary's office in rear of Sentinel office, Jamef Build ing. Mr. James Walt, a railroad man from Indianopolis, is visiting his cousin, Joe Hafler, in Logan this week. Mrs. Eversole and Mrs. Crooks, of Hnntington, are visitins in Lo gan, guests of their brother, F. S. Pnrsell. Judge McGillivray of McAr thur, was a welcome ...

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. — 2 October 1884

2S-;I - I H fimW essji w m5 - t 1 .S &? Genera! Election Sheriff's Prcclamamn. JT SHERIFF'S OFFICE, A 1 Hocking County, O., Sept. IS, a. d. I8S1 ? - 5 : i. j ? :. -. . j -- JTTrJ ' .i7."sr 1 tfc.cS ' JWm: Qualified 'Voters of ing County, u. GLMtflliad. A man in Pittsburg has invented a Sotato digjrer.whiob, it is claimed, will o the work of twenty men. Estimates bare beon prepared show ing that Peter Cooper gave away $4. 000,000 during his life. The late Surgeon General Barnes, of Washington, iu a will of fifty words, left all his property to his wife. The annual cattle sales, in the United States are reported to amount to $300, 000,000. Wberus, By the laws of Ohio regulat-. fnir elections, it Is reauired by the Sheriff of his couutv lo give notice before the , t sn r.trn milrnn train .: fi,uio ,vU,-.i iu,.tir.i. iivmwi ooai n weotern. rauroau uain. UIUCUKIUIUIU (,"' v""""l 7 -... hout Tne county, oi tne Twenty-five pounds of unmarked dy namite were'iounu traveling alone in a a ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
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