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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 5 February 1885

-K v-A - Ts..st srsrr - --s'. -r- -t ' ai!Sr8!r!- K 6p-'i- 7 1 ., W ' f; z. IS m S ? lrl 'ft rt i r i r. J V It f i J V w H V I I r mmwnsk anas official p.lpe ht HOGXINO GOUiiTf I'here is nothing new nor sen- sational occurring in the VaJley the last week past. The strike still continue. The war correspondents ar. tak ing a vacation and public a rest. giving the JEi TnrnnTr -"t-" .yariaspjgqyafTfjy-VJfga SBasaa-MU.''Li imnsn The First Semi-Annual Exam- SUBSt'ttll'TlOX $2.00 PER yea il,a,ion of ,he Naval Cadets at Annapolis. Md., closed last week. UMM,dUTOR ASP PKOPRlKTt w g are g,ad lQ learn by )e dig . , patches that Cadet Will Gould Drifting Apart. passed a very creditable exami- a pap in the crowd, nna a moment Tre6tMinat ion. Twenty of the class Fac-o to face and hand ciaed in hand,, j- - j . r " While your eyes, that are light with a souiwere dismissed On aCCOUlU Ol not AwakennineownRnnnswcrinffgicnnioiningup to the required stand-- But a moment then not knowing wbitl , . , . ,...

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. — 5 February 1885

-Ji. so &. v,. 5J.I ' -.-.:. .rVfi .J - ) ?" vr' - ?k.fc-'Kr:3:i3' i TiC nl r,- ? i V SS. s ft r- f ? 1 i I 4$b SM LEWIS GREEN, XDXTOB Am) PROPRIETOR . HKXS PER 1EAR, 2.00- Tlmrsday, Feb. 5, ISS5. '' Meetlaffef ike Bern Co. (Jen. Committee. The Hocking County Democratic Cen Coramittee are hereby called to meet in Logm. at the Auditor's office atil o'clock t m., on Thurs day, Feb. 26th, 1885, for the pur pose of fixing i time, placi 8, and manner of holding the primary el ectlon for officers to be electected at the coming fall election, and for tha transaction of such other busin ess as may be deemed .necessary. A full attendance of all the raera 'bers of the Committee is earnestly requested. Committeemen who can not at tend are requested to send proxies In case a township, ward or pre efnet is not represented by a com' mitteeman or his proxy, the vacan cy will be filled by some known Democrat present at the meeting. The question of changing the method of holding the nominations ...

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. — 5 February 1885

.s ssssi.! . 5 SSSJSW mnin'irw"1 ' w 1 -. . l L-a V !l n 'i fr & i '" P? i Is1 1 X 1 1 i I m iff LOCAL ITEMa Ant Folly Meeks, one of our old est and most estimab'e citizens, has aoen quite sick for the last week. Mr. Clint Myers a very agreea ble young gentleman of Columbus, is the guest of bis cousin, Mr. Will Weatenbaver this4eek.. Mr. V. C Lowry returned home last Tuesday after a week's visit to kis parents and friends in Athens county. - , Mr. Ed. Scanhm ot our city, wns called to Kingston, Canada, on last Thursday to at'end the funenil of kis father, who died at that place in the 81st year of his age. Mr. Aler McVicker of Coalville. oeoof the most prominent young: Democrats of Athens county, was in tho city on last Th ursday. Mr. Fm ley Uoinly, one of the prominent business men of Perry county, is rUitin in our city thin week, the guest of his b-o'her, Mr. E. B. Comly. Captain Mahaffy, one of the most agieible and genial gentleman, of the Pinkerton service rufcti eating in ...

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. — 5 February 1885

fISH 'Ca-J"-'s-i- S1 ESt -S. .2- JSjat-f " E -wn-e-iasucrsawpofaysaai- 5-5SSt"-s '& pit -4J:1 A BABY ?IAKTYK. jThc stn-rc was deyceadip"' a sIo::ir hill-sidu on the ro..d between Santa Barbara and the Ojal, the horses walk-ing-wlth painful exactness in the mid dle of tj.e deep ruts and .glancing with , occasional nervous distrust at- the bor- A d".)t tank-lookmjr grass on either Mtle rr-w "1U f-V .. ue consrao.c l?ms- a,Ier" ieinji iijt wiia iiercc suns. jinn rcnuureu the whole soil a continuous, puffy, -j sptiJigy mass, and more than once they had-passed by the decaying, ; hali-sim-! kea esxeasscs of stock mired within easy .reach of the driver's whip. As the stage, took an extra-heavy rut a faint wliimucr from a bundle carried " by a woman on the bti'-k seat reminded the passengers of the presence of a baby. 'That-p.tt.s me in mind," said an erect, gray-whiskered man in the frout scat, "or a queer experience it lot of us army fellows had with a bab-w.ivli.k in in " "In 'G4, jn...

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. — 12 February 1885

-sM "VI S-"SH.o S-rfiaEWSftSfiSyBRMSM .riirr-i 3V.Sil Sug-SI - 'V -vr - J f J U X ' f5? Cli - 22E U" . K . ? Tr-fwjrwA'-t.y trr-'-Tryr'r:-.1: -? ! I. 'JIji. 'JIM '".'' 'T'"'.V . .. .-. '.- -.. 2IS22E2E3ES2S12S2E!2n3a2S22SHESIr EES T .'BM. . I..HJ.HWV KJPfWI i 4 It p X H i. Sr L ,w - f W THE SEiVrLVJCL ItCKMC COOIITT. i ttUBSfJ&MM'lON $2.00 PEii YEAK. L. GREEJf. EDITOR AM) PHOPKIEIOK EXAMISEBS' TST QUESTIONS. i Any applicant detected in giving: or receiving aid in any way shall be'depfived of the privilege of appearing before the Board for one year. GRAMMAR. J. P. H. STEDEM, Examiner. 1. Show that, you understand the difference between theoretical and practical grammar. . 2. What pail of grammar deals with words? With sentences? 3! State the relation between abstract nouns and descriptive ad jectives? -Example. 4. Does if always introduce a subjunctive mood ? Give examples. 5! What is'done for a prououn of third person singular and com mo.i gender ? 6. Illustrate the different fo...

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. — 12 February 1885

3SseCrxs?s&iE . lXwm,mc m irwya yMITrt Tf f KV-itXS3&Z3r. .- fliT J. a,.-in. ., -rs sr K - f - f 4 4H C5 Jpki:ir$L Ulte LESUS GREEN, SUITOR AND PROPRIETOR. tSRHS PER YEAR, .00- Thursday, Feb. 12, ISS5. Meeting of Hc Dem Co. Cen. Committee. The Mocking County Pemocralic Cen Onmtniitee are iieiebv en' Jed to meet i Log mi, at the Auditor's office sit'l o'clock n. in., on "1 burs day, Feb:2Gth, 1S35. for tho pur pose of Using J he time, placts. smd manner of holding iho primary el ectlnn for officers to bo e'ectected at the coining fall election, and for tha transaction of such other busin ess as may he deemed necessary. A full attend ncc of all the mem bers of the Committee is earnestly requested. Committeemen who can not at tend are requested to send proxieu till 1HC l.UUVCiWii .- -v i'- In case a township, ward or pre cinct is not represented by a com ? . lt ......- t tw, ri 11. mii'eeuiati or jus pioj, cy will be fil'ed by n'me known Democrat pre cut at the meeting. The que...

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. — 12 February 1885

ScSsStaai zs&sssssc n&i fSPl "- T V" "' ' qsyyw ,'1 1 i..i'y; :p y M't""T -. : r.' v rrt'- v? rVsgrre j. wj-AJ-i'J -- "- ? '- '" ' -J- J-1- W u i i' J ' ' -Jl' i .WJ- - '"Mtw.jjw f -.. . i j "". v ''jj.u r .y , y .i .,:. -. 1 1 'V'w.''. fjf yT" ,-.-"'x'jl.u.li'.i.i..-i.w 'jjr' -n jy jjjui-JWj;..j- f ai!j r a CSI fciiT i ' ' I!- 1 4 i 1 i H 5 h kt i & t ? 3 J 4 i ? A r? 5 i ? . Ip u! ',? Ex' LOCAL ITEiS. Saturday next U Valentine .flay. Youns John JIcBiide is sick "with lung fever. Col. Levi Davis is couflnod to his home by sickness. Ool. Weldy was among hiscou--etituents ovei Sunday. Friday night last a social dunce was held in Slisher's Hall. Mark Twain lectured at Co lumbus Monday night last. Fresh Bulk Oysters, the best in the market, al Phil Slisher'f. Dr. DoIIibon is slowly convalesc ing. He hid bad s long si :ge of il this time. Treasurer West and Auditor Bowen are making their annual settlement. Georse G. Gage has been granted a pension of tour dollars ' per month...

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. — 12 February 1885

S -m - "lact 2T.-5V- - --"k. i. - - jTw - -r" w -..- - K&l ni E r- ? I?i 1 Indian Cariosities. AfeTrleisureiEonicntsofarepreeenta- j T. - of the Day v.erc improved this j i -'noon in looking over tlie array of j : iian articles of warfare. toiJct. lnx- I i"r and general utility, exhibited for' - in the show windows of a popular : i-iness house of SL PanL, There re war-cluba, tomahawks, bows and r-nnrs, necklaces of elk's teeth and ir's claws, stone pipes aud moccasins ." ':rery description, so arranged as to i -ict the attention of the relic hunter, i "Vhere do you get those things?" ....'jired the Day representative. ,Vell," said the merchant. 'we-get ni from Indians, trappers, post i !ers and sometimes from amateur "elcrs and adventurers who have - ted out on small means, and after vhhigSt. Paul, on their wav homo 11 the west, ltud it necessary to sell !".r relics, in order, sometimes, to ob- i a meal. It is astonishing hov vteoule m VTt tMMc? tw . I .L - "- ... . . , - " . .....

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. — 19 February 1885

.eJSzt saESSSSS . -se,sa3M. 0 S " -. -', VV'La,U 'W't waJBgaunj,-' -H-i-i .-! SMT JIt1"'t1j'-i '"" TTtf "aHSBSSEEEESHSEZSHSSHEMH 3SS5SKTSC tjj..n "H-.'.i!iWLy.lFf."w(,-.,-;-y '. I "- MKK1II SENTINEL! .3. assj. 4T TTT ENTINEt. .' 3 CIRCULATION - - IStfc irtrr&rstxi Tnvn 2a .H -1-. 1 JL -53 &h . J AI)YERTJWW 1ATA One 9qaar....... .... .. 1 !i UU9iS212X&S 2.03 2HR TJJ Olii LKTKW? Business carJsut live Hues orloxbtS per, F"i anuai. I , t, , , -.-; tj.aijila.uinouiiL'e nents of in irjiajjusand , - deti'-h-", .in 1 c.tUrcuuiiu ueueyoleiii auviety J t-t-bit 'y in notis tiioe.-te.l ir.,-6. Any stinmioiib io 1 J II v J ooiEn.iryiooeawil.becii.irgcuoct.iiisper V iJ U JiJLJ-J abO Batch :id(lltiOBlluMrtou .E'-sj s? LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19 1885. NUMBER 45. Crd apery er, . . .. I Localnotleprllne. - -.- ! Yearly urartlemnta fit prla dual badness notices 10 cents per line . d? 1 X HOCKING .CI B: r j&p" TVhut WiSs 'Kiwwn of the State -of Intra One Hundred and Sixty Tear Ag...

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. — 19 February 1885

ycfrvay-. Jj3s.----'re m - V $he . LEWIS GREEN, E DITOR AND PROPRIETOR . TERMS PER YEAR, .00- . v Thursday, Feb.-19, ISS5. Ohio in the Cabinet THUKMAX THE FIRST CHOICE OF THE PEOPLE OF OHIO AXDOF - THE UNITED STATES. The lime has come when Hie Democracy f Ohio for I he first time in nearly thirty years has had an occasion in which they might with any show of success, claim at the hands of the grand representative and head of our party, the President, an appoint ment to a Cabinet position. We have had no President since James Buchanan, and all the high and mighty powers and ; splendid honors of the Republic in this long interval have been the estate. of our opponentF. They have peeled the States at? the Roman Proconsuls did their provinces. It was early seen that Ohio was the pivot upon which the fate of the Republican party turned, and that (be victories of annual and quadrennial contests depen ded upon the great and increasing vote which could be won and heid together. To ibis "end...

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. — 19 February 1885

35Ei fc3BBH -. Is '.9 J - rf-r r I-m v- i -WIS. S $& 1 r N WA f1? r . - - . I II in I m ill . i1UjMJMi''-"i.iL-J.HWiAnl;' -lJJ' 1" ""'.'. JJIki.-g.J10JffJV,.iLT..lJ i,lj' .rg,.'La''-l!J?.V1--il'U.'UJJ-'-'i'---.'rt. Ji-' limkJ-igyWMggB .n .ife IM i 1 m p ' . , - --, i ,..,.,. i , -icy 10CAL ITEMS. Judge Robert Wright has been confined to his room the last few day by a severe attack of rheuma , Usui. The infant child of Mr. J. L. Bright died on last Tuesday. 'Funeral on yesterday Jrom the M. JSrChurch. For Florida Oranges, Iiemons, Bananas, Fruits, Nnts and Can dies, Phil Slisher takes.the lead. He keeps a full supply 5 and they are warranted fresh. Dr. Pullen is now receiving let ters several sources, addressed 'BevV' G W. Pullen. The doc tor thinks he will ezort at the rink or at some Democratic birthday celebration. Fresh Bulk Oysters, the best in the market, at Phil SlisherV. Geo. Bright, at Phil Slisher's. makes this February weather as pleasant as May. Call and see him. -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. — 19 February 1885

ntG&?-jg: ' 4J 3S"J! V-JSWH?""1 ytZVwwi. " ---;: sSSel U-sS"8s im f I ly "JC' 'irV-f " f" 'T -' 'r '" iT-f Tn"-T'nrt7 JEDLCAT1SD GJilLS. Are 3Ien Shy cf 3Vini.- Ta-sar Girts as o:a ir-.i. . Is tho ipanoflhcpc-rioashvo! tbo rducr.tidgirlof the -er:oii? Unit is the tinestioD. IMitst the popular pica for the hijrii euucutum of feuiah-s encounter ! he objection Hint :i wom-ltl who has read "Viral und the I-Em-iti in t!ie origin- - - -- .. ..-. - - 71 T1TIII li Ttfl.I II flTI MMI T1 liMr.tllT III 1 ntl .... ........ .. ... .....v..l...LI U cuius, is therefore, and in direct conse quence, more unlovely? It is stated, on what looks like authority, tiuit out of-j r)9u graduates of Vassar College, only ' 1SS have married since that climax of career. Ot course, in !h caeofsouic, I -only a year or two has elapsed; but ' most of them graduated years ago, and some of them are old mauls of the deep- ft c-stdyc. "What is the matter? It can- not be that thev are so unattractive as , to have had...

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. — 26 February 1885

?3-l r-55?,U; rs T l v.- 1 t L. "I IS1 C , 5231 "V"1 & 1 V ! L- ! H03AIN33tffifiL! - - - CIRCULATION - - 1800.; suBscaimoNvs .00 pes yeak Business cards ol Ave Hues or less S5 per SmipVc aiin'ronce-nents of marriages and Uea.ihV.una church and ueneyoleni societ ibices Insert frre. Any l. ooliuary notice, will be ehargud oeenthpci L.calbaiiD ess notices 10 c-rits per line. I DESERTING TEE JIAHDIj ARAB TROOPS FLY FROM KHARTOUM INTO THE DESERT. Ertenslra Arrangement for tbo Campaign in the Soudan TVolseley is Hislily rieascd full Particulars from the Scat ef War. CS?" s- . TEE VAHDX. Xoxro, Feb. 17. A dispatch "just received, Tia. Korti. states that the Arabs are desert ing from the rsahci s forces at Jlcteaineh ia large numbers and Cceing iuto the desert. A telegram received at the war oflice from Gca. TToiseley, in which that oSicer seris aa account of the lall of Khartoum as gi-sa by a native iiriio -was au cye-vritiiess to tUo en trance cf the rebe!6 into the town. Khartoum, th...

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 February 1885

Sr?5K ISSSW - - '&& r-.xjSiSfts t riiav I : S-:-. "Ti T -r- m. -r- a2teir- r- tsss?5 waLA Biwj,'rjw t-j: wj i'LV 'u u.w..wmiwj .jiaijrBmL-jMwiMii.wijrA'MMiJWJMKM II fii II te uitieL LEWIS GREEN, K TUTOR AND PROPRIETOR. rEJIMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Tkiirsdnyrol). 26, ISS5. If Bro. Hite, of the State llefnrm Farm, is going into the business of giving benefits for the Church, we advise him to hasten to Athens Bro. Hite'fl hymns in this "Hell's Half Acre," would be indeed the "the voice of one crying in the wil derness.'' President Cleveland has staled that the country postmaster shall be the friend of the country news paper. Tfco President recognizes the fact that the country papers do the hard work of the campaign, and that they should be favored by having in the post offices, friends who will aid in increasing their circu'ation. A terrific natural gas explosion occurred at Wellsvill-t, Ya. The store and dwelling of Helseley Bros and Luke Walters' saloon and resi dence were destroye...

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 February 1885

m z rf rv ip8 rS 3c rfS .- rrf! rjsr --5? lTf tV li b -4--92S w -J "- M - s? LOCAL ITEMS. Charles Ruff, of Coriun was in the oly yesterday. Miss Rose of Columbus, is vis iting her aunt, Mrs. R. Belt. Tom Shotwell is shipping live chickens to the Philadelphia mar kets. Miss Lizzie Atkins, of Dayden ville, waa visiting in this city last -week. Prank Harmison, on of the rink victims, is able to be about on crutches. Treasurer West maie his set tlement with the State Treasur er last week. Miss Jennie McBroom has sold her stock of Queensware to Mr, Chas. Armstrong. Miss Teresa Till is visiting friends and relatives m Zanes ville, this week. F The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wright, of Mari on, was buried last week. Gol. Levi Davis, we regret to learn is quite ill, and unable to at tend to his usual duties. Misses Stukey and nay slip of Suirar Grove, are visiting friends in Logan thin week. Miss Hattie Acker is visiting in Longstrpelh. this week,, the guest of Miss Vite Jackson. ...

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 February 1885

I'tTT jM iS--- "i ssBBMZyu V5 r- " w--jC RC? " .? sv " is-k.'-a;TejMj '-J.'-.J'-B-gi'.v-?--- . y...-nw.waM -re---w------c-i-.".-u v.ujc , .ir"---. Ail earthquake tvas fell in the vicinity of the City oi ilexico SuaJay February L - Seba.ojK), Rusia, is uc-v a frea jwi t Russia Las ordered two thousand now Xrupp guns for Asiatic doa-aiiis. Germany imposes a tariff of seventy-five csais persona LuuJrel pounds on Laportc-d wheat. Uorc earthquslrc sheets aro felt in Spain. Ecssan Pasha, brother of tho klieJivc, has accepted canm-end of the Egyptian troops. It is rumored that France is preparing to Bend an exswoition to Tripoli, to forestall Daly. . An official dispatch froni Gsn. Brier de 1'lsle. states tha French loss at the taking ol Langson was Icirry killed and :J2 wounded. Eacnolis liave revolt-! against the Egyptian government at Harrar, and Italians thei-j esk the protection of thtir home government. A German flag in a German socialist fn reral procession in Paris invited stones f...

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. — 5 March 1885

tr ' s. --" r :J .9 HOfilUllfi SH T1JL 1 ENTINEL, tyt J$tntit, M CIRCULATION - 1500. SUBSCKIPTIOX &2.0 PER YE-VU Suslnea cards of five lines or less $6 per LBuain. Simple auaoaneements ofmnrrlagesand rle-bs,"hnil cUurcIisTia benevolent ciety notice Inserted Tree. Any additioub to ot)Uary uollce will be cliurged Sceutsper H. osalbailocss notices 10 cents per line. TERTI One Square Bach idilitionaiinsrtion r?.iritgptryr, AT x k LOGAN, OHIO, rffiURSML- MARCH 5, 1885. NJMBER 47. VOLUME 43, ljOcalnotIcprllnew.. TaarlvadYertlMaaMlfrMO prl s 3 - ' The HockxngT - S cat r--- " ! L ' Fetiml feentloa. prayer by Eev. "Wallii5,tbe oration of Hon. 1 T. He fears dyiumnfe ! paiative hcighte of the loftiest structures ever Exenator SUroa, of Calif oraia, will take erected by towers over tbem aU. It Sl'r S8 mt sansne "" of , is 655 feet high and 55 feet broad at the base. u UnMea States. , I It is a follow shaft of granite, faced on the Hon. Morton E. Post is recommended by outside with blocks of...

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. — 5 March 1885

-,- -imTiS "--g'T ' S.4 " I? I- i- "h K lhe LEWIS GREEtf, K3IT0R AXD PKOPKIKTOR. TER2IS PER YEAR, 2.00- -Tmirsclay, March 5, ISS5. A question among Democrats is whether or not it is advisable to changer the present system sf mainrrj: nominations from the Primary to the Delegate system. The question is worthy of study and discussion. Except in mere ly local elections, all our nomi nations from Prec?dent to Dis trict officers are elected by Dele pates. Many counties in the State have the Delegate system, and have continued that system for years, with no bad results. The question is a proper one for discussion, and we invite communications upon this mat ter. A fair and free discussion is always healthy. Let us have- the quest ion dis cussed in the Sentinel, so that all the Democrats in the county can learn (he points made in favor of the different svstems. On yesterday Grover Cleve land was inaugurated President. It was a great event, and will mark a new era m American his tory. The De...

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. — 5 March 1885

-- "- !sK25o. t k --.-2H T T -5:- 1 KSI ?Sl r hSvl . -yz s Kra rJI t Si . ! .-a vift -& ir XT .ia PIQUANT PA5ASSAPKS FC3 POPULAR PERUSAL. Sates Srmmany of the Principal Happen lagaasd Noteworthy Event of tb Fakt VTeek, Boiled DoTrn for the Berried Kaader Wednesday. Feb. 25. red oa account of a debt of five cents. The consecration ot Rev. George Worth ington as bishop of Nebraska tooi plasa at ueuvit, jucn. a hriii.'nt.mwAf .m. ni over Victoria, B. C., and sank into theocean withaloudnoisa Officers ilack, Yates and Harris, of Paris, Tex, have been aneaiedani jaflel for com- phatvinthemuriar of Sheriff J. H. Black fcstfatt ataamarilsr-0i oaerui-','a- Da Glenmore M. Toil embded $115,833.53 from the Provident Life Trust companv. Ha s-tenced to two year, aal eigTmonths in tn. pemiennary. Evansville, Ind. is m a fever of exratement on account of Enlmg innmuerable human Kiflauesaiaisua ."fVi nntucmu uiruou mi tuauiuuidu ithhiutii vur- iage. Thandav. Fell. e. riiiimnYiifinii Ti-mo- Tini...

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. — 5 March 1885

l5ggm2SiSZtSr3' ZiJ&Z?i a ;s3"2fa-.',f'. ir -( ?3l . -!"v- by u. &. THE I'.VllAN-JYvoeEBlL May Marry on Trial. , Tib Divorce' bill brought before Par liament by 'the Italian Ministry sccnis Kttle short ofa proposal to revoitition ize marriage. It provides that when a nan and wife have separated, for a per iod of three 3ears provided tkey have uo children, or for nvcjrears, provided they have children the aggrieved par- - ty can obtain .a. divorce.. This is simp ly an abolition of permanent marriage, and gives to either husband or wife only a temporary interest in the mar riage relation. Of poui-se this bill is ostensibly de signed to afford relief to a ivife or hus band, as.the case-raay be, who has been deserted. In practice, however, the law would permit the voluntary sepa ration and subsequent divorce" of all . married people. If a man and wife should grow tired.of one another with in a month after marriage they would only have to agree to live apart from one another for ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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