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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 25 June 1885

i v ; -' -- i, Cr-A-dS" rrAf c ,f .) -SVvstfSt y 1 ) - . -v Tm iSWSSn; Se33.tlz3.el inn CIRCULATION 1.500 UBSCUiPTIOX fS.0 MIR YEAR. , Business cards of 11 va lines or less $6 per utnm.r Simple unouncqaients "of mnrriagesand . deaths, and ckurchsnd benevolent society TNG - s 1 a- -.a. jSwiar' ADYKRTHSINtf RATiSS. - 7"" -il-'ii One Square- -..... Each additional insertion. Uardsperycar.iiKiiJI ir-l uotlces inserted free. Any additions to bltaary notices wlllbe charged 5cen taper line, LocHlbuslnossnoticeBlO cents per line. SO VOLUME dd, LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDAfL JUNE 25, L88-5. NUMBER 11. BOTT Cocalnotlcesperline- YearlY-tdvertisementtSloe percolnsaa SJflKl a9"r " fl. tWaJfcp. W ? - - ' i T 23 Xjf Vi "2 J-B"""r' BiJ PIl J.P H s . -- 2L -JL i r Jaaoi3 M lVg 4 i H I - '1 H bl B- i" f !- PHYSICIANS. T. R. MASON, M. D. Physician and Surgeon, SUGAR GROTE, O. Aprfl9,lSS5-6m A. H. I WiLLTGB, Vhysician Surgeon. " Residence No 220 South Commons street -.Lancaster. Office, Gets Build ins:. Korth ...

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 June 1885

- ' iL " ..UUJS r.-m- . -s'- --.3: 5 Tr' &JSvec!-jMw, , -' nz fj5 . ' " .! fc : ife.:, re rms 3k ---- - s - " , .J3 '- -J -- fcV tn sC l'- a ; rf& - t- r-- m- .vi lt H asr i-." !. 4 w r fe -r Mi - kr t fa IWIS GREEN, ggggR AND I'ROPBIBTOB. PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Jnne 25, LSS5. D einocnati o SSOI&v jpS-2Sv COUNTY TICKET. For Representative Carl H. Buerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff. Jahn Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. Foi Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, George G. Gage. John Sberman is again in Ohio. We don't only know it but we feel it. H had been visiting on the Pacific Slope. He reached Ohio on Monday. The weat her and Sherman, harmonize. Bis superb coolness always reduces the thermometer as it does th. enthusiasm. We hope he will " hide and thus prevent a frost. Jim NewniMB, Celiec'ter. The President has appointed Jag. W. Newman, Editor of the Portsmouth Times, Revenue Col lector for this -District, succeed i...

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 June 1885

t , -" ?4P ' -- r's&s " " .-3? A. 'i -i n .u -f NftT l& aaii ITrilO A corauiittea of ministers hare lfltALi I I tlllw" called upon our worthy Mayor and -' have respectfully requested him to i enforce the ordinance. The M y- or should get it into his hr&d that behind and supporting the minis ters, are the morally disposed peo ple of this town - -Of course it is cheip curb stone clap trap lo revile" the Church, its ministers and professed religionists. They are, along suffering class, be cause a class of peace and order. But the "mild eyed" is the danger pus man when aroused. He lias chopped offthe head of kings and has revolutionized governments. It is dangerous to force the peace ful man to a fiht. The dead line is nearly reached. It is nearly the hour when crime should seek eover. The Mayor we hope is waked up and in dutiful mood. Turtle Sonp al Yank McCar thy's every Saturday nialit. - Prank Matthews and Frank My ers, of JJelsonvil'e, spent Sunday in j Logan. , -, Mr. ...

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 June 1885

f 4s -."AruT -.V.1 --. "W"-. -: ;- -"-aJ ? -15 - -jT . . "? "5 '- - A TayjHi.J.WJ.)' .? tja& ft r " L- - i-iW- u , ' S PA- "?1 .' . T i .1ft VSV IV v. I- . -J "- la: I- s. I" It Palled to "Work. A tramp entered a Chatham street fceer saloon and said to the gentleman feehind the bar: "I want a partner, with a small cash capital, to embark in a little business enterprise, the profits of which will be beyond all computation by the ordinary rales of per centajje." "Keep right on" said the bartend- "I am a gentleman by birth and ed fteation," continued the tramp, "and would bo in personal appearance if I wern't handicapped by a want of suita ble habiliments and and " "SoapP" the bartender suggested. "As I observed, the scheme will re quire n small cash capital.' "I'll furnish the capital.'' "Hanks; that will simplify matters amazingly. The scheme is this: You and I hare made a wager on the late election, the loser to stano" in City Hall Park from 8 a. nu to 8 p. m., and grind a hand ...

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 July 1885

SgSS'-Sfc PH Tii7! ?&l -l2fcSS ' V ;-' v- " rf r-i " - ' M r j- - & - - i me jptxiititl, ADTBKTIISItttf BVfrsS. OCKING ENTTNEL :7-'6?ep5ssES!3m"S Q5J eiu6ui.iT i oNTtTT Y,5oo SUBSCltll'TIOX Si-00 PKIl YEAR. Business cards ot five lines orleSS per annum. , Simple aunouueqtaents of nnrriagesand deaths, and church and benevolent society notices luserted free. Any additions to obituary uotlceswillbe charged 5centsper r 47"- 3l - ' -- S.-7-V One Square- Jrt Each idilitiouallnsertIon..- if-. r& Ji line, ,, Local business notices 10 cents per line. The Styles in Glass Eyes. 'We sell several hundred eyes 1 year," said a dealer yesterday, "and send them as far as Portland, Ore., Denver, CoL, and Lawrence, Kan. It is a growing business, and it would surprise you to know who some of my customers are. Eyesight is easily lost a blow; an accident, a severe cold even, may destroy the nerve, and then Che surgeon removes the ball, and I fit the counterfeit. I don't manufacture these glas...

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 July 1885

ESSsS JiaiajS5S9lSS2E?SS -eu ilTirrf J " 'L -.41 L-J-gtM,JB rsi i --. 1 15. 1.1 I. i 1 sH. -. 1 1 fe c 2. 15 Fr it r l&. i w LKWIS GREEN, BDITOK ATJD PROPRIETOR. rSKXS PER YEAJJ. 2.00- Tkmsclay, July 2, 1885. Democratic w$MSj6&&& COUNTY TICKET. for Kepresentatlvo, G&rl H. .Buerhaua. For Commissioner, George Marks. .For SlierifT, John Gallagher, Tor Prosecuting Attorney, C. Lowry. Foi Inflrmar Dlrtctor. Istae Matliiiw. Virgif For Coroner. George Gr. Gage. The Bloody Shirt Warers - of the Ohio Repub licans. The Cleveland Plaindealer thus describes the two Republican leaders whom the Logan Repub lican Gazette is attempting in a feeble way to imitate : The two men who at the Re publicawMate Convention howl ed the loudest about ''rebels" "and waived the bloody shirt most Yiirnroii:,lv. were "Colonel'' J D. Taylor and 'Colonel" Allen Mil lor. Both wailed about the war and lifted up their voices in dismal screeches over the alleged woes of Union soldiers. Taylor is the ...

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 July 1885

c - sS i. ?2Sgs?SSS3S iKjSP jf,-JfSjg'-f?ryt --: t Ja -?l -"W jV" ."T "" si v 1 t sT-SU - iffli F-t EVK x S-v "t a I.--? r if? rr LOCAL ITEMS. Come to Logan and see (he fan tMtics, July 4th. Turtle Soup at Yank McCar thy's every Saturday night. Miss Tdrow, of Nelson ville, is visiting friends in our city this week. Miss Hattie Acker is visiting at her uncle's, Chas Hosier, in Troy, Ohio, this week. Cllins & Moor have already purchased 75.000 pound of wool, The highest price paid was 27 ceuls. The young folks had a pleasant danc at Jake Fox's new business room in Furnacetown last eve ning. Squire Hutchinsf one of (he prominent citizens of Gibison ville, was in the city on last Sat urday. Mr. Jas, Strentz, of Kansas, was visiting his brother-in-law, William Ac kars, and ether relatives m .Lo gan, last wee k. Messrs. Frank Hoka and Will Keynes returned heme on Monday, after a'pleasant two week's visit in Northern Ohio. Any person desiring to pur chase a good Milk Cow, fresh this sp...

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 July 1885

S3 ?5l & ?H-rS . JX 15J& a. - b--.-ri M". i-t- , : kv T" .? -" t-4 s I-"1. 1 2 ' -. JV tr- f Fi "i "Gypsy's" Xlavenovs Appetite. 4Yes, Gvnsr here h&s eomo queer tastes and habits." . TA The speaker -wat the xnanaser of a If circus which is quartered in the city for , j the Trinter. The gypsy referred to was I a lare-sizcd 9-ycar old elenhant who ' ' stood close by, playfully throwin"- hay over his back. A few minutes before the manager had dropped- from his pocket a briar-wood pije that had seen over a year of service and was by no eans sweet. Gypsy saw the tempting raorsel and calmly reached out his trunk forit, ptititin hismouth, crunched - It up, and while doing 6o i oiled his yes about with every appearance of i aaiisfacLion. - uypsy, continued me manager, " "hasexploded the theory that all ele phants hate tobacco. A common idea used r prevail that if a person gave an ' elepl t any of tho weed the animal ' wouf sverlorget the insultand would - ha.4 revenge if it took...

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. — 9 July 1885

"-wjfsaesf:- - gp-fpPPIra- ESSB t. ---VjMfci giSBsmm ?5iS!S2sara&22aEa2ei5aEBsass3sj?3S( .... . -.ji ,. . j.. --.. ' - -.. . . - -. " u.IniCLiSUS -s . tSJ"ZZg''i .1 shs' &&? &'-V . v , - WAfiC ' - :. v .-" U V A ?i SI J - - t . :- r 13ae Serj.ti3S.el ENTINEI CIRCULATION 1.500 .. - jiiJ -- :' H i SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 rER YEAR. Business arJs of five Hues orUsiSC per anuuin. . " Simple aauouscements ofmarriagesand daths, and church and benevolent boclety notices Inserted free. Any additions lo ebltunry notices willbe charged 5centspcr j. K On auar . H I naahaddltioual Insertion '5C Car(ljporycar,............ 6 Local notices perline. .... .. 1 6 Tearlvdvrtlmentli;0 roluu . -i ,T.','i,-L..'.'i 2S . LOGAN, OHIO, THURSMI. 0LY '9, 1885. VOLUME it NUMBER 13. line. ,, Local boslD ass uotlcos 10 cents per line. I t-i-sS'- v;3, seaspasssi .,. r r " "" - t J "" aH Hocking Wt jpfitg!, HE hp Hw Senates Official Stenographer. -'Yes, I have been a good while at PHYSICIANS. T. H. MASON,...

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. — 9 July 1885

p "35 - 22VJ& s;-ir-rr. rqggi' ?. ir-- S te M- -, I-"' S-' r ltf fr !? rf- 'S " IV - - f- 1. 1 t ts a fhe Jp3tti(el XIWIS GREEN, DITORANDPROPBIKTOR. rSKMS I'EU YEAR. 2.00- Thnrsday, July 9, 1885. D emocrati c s COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, Carl H. JJuerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff. John Gallagher, For ProMcatiue Attorney, Virgil C. - Lowry. Foi Infirmary Ilreetor. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner. George G. Gage. Senatorial Convention. The Democracy of Ihe Senato rial District composed of the ounUes of thens, Fairfield and - Hocking, will meet in LOGAN, THURSDAY, July 16th, 1886, at '..11 o'clock, A. &!., to nominate a candidate for State Senator. The ratio of representation will be one delegate, for every one hundred and fraction orer fifty votes cast for Jai. W. Newman, for Secretary of State, at the Oc tober election of 1884. -By order of the District Com mittee. Thos. "W etzlkr, Fairfield, L. A. Koons, Athens. Lewis Gbeen, Hocking. July 9 2w A very u...

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. — 9 July 1885

"H""H5""t"""""3s3&-5sess fceffi5S-SwSuBBBi aS-3rfe'S,;5,?&y- .C;rVL'3 gsssT-K- T"-5sry--?? S&S& "SSS ?N."!i r-jg-gta 3S r -X - - -- - " ? . rC - i J C 3 ,-V- T .A Ps ?- wtdT ' F-K fcT -" IV' ; i .i ? ' . n tei -iM "4 ST If LOCAL ITEMS. - "Tarile Soup a( Yank McCar thy's every Saturday night. Witl Streutz and Jim Tittler aneut the Fourth in Laacaster. The infant child of James Dick en, burn Toeaday morning, died yesterday.- Miss Edwards, a charming . young lady of Gallipolis.fis visit ing her'frieiid.'Mis. Phil Thomp fcon. .. lira D.m 4cKar m family are vjiting 'relatives this week in South Perry. Mr. Will Buf.n, of Pt Pleasaut, .is viaituiganioag relatires and friends ia Lojjmri this week. For the next 60 days, all goods sold at cost. Rose &-SuIiZbacher. Jr.WiIlige of Lancaster, was -Logn oii "SunctayV ,l,A)-,n hands with old friends: TEx-lenator M. A. DaugMery of Colambus, was in the city Monday atteuiling to legal busine;. Straw Hats reduced one lialf at R03E &...

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. — 9 July 1885

3S- -;f;v ;" r-"?! - :v - ,t , -.-. teiis -i ff33aaWSSMgigs3B3gSSS6p i rrag2eaae Ov T 3B:"..Vrl i -1. W S-V- 't -' " -. " 1V TfV - rfV ,- Sfe2l r---r?tv . w: t? - v - : ? prp Ff , j. - - - : 4- - j Is rr. giniwi Traarawsg- -R3?KSMS6a .S? "Zr? -rMegayJcaTaSfc5 I 1" - : lri ar t . i r 1 fe tSSi a J la? r " ijtJi i-.!- " - It: s. i K -J kxl- v- 1:6 r i- r Pi' -A IIole-Catcher. A mole-catcher is a picturesque per Bonage, more interesting' in his life and surroundings than many better known r prettier types of life. J3c can hold his own with many game keepers and the country characters which abound iruee leaves are, green and fields are i flowed -and waters are clear, though he ias "nothing more terrible to hide in the earth than a wooden trap, and all the skill he possesses is his own experience of cunning. v He follows his work as silent-as'the moles themselves, and his humble earnestness would stand many a preacher fcr good stead. We might, with a little wit, make fun of liis old clot...

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. — 16 July 1885

-s- .-V.J$ " & UBSCBIPT10K $2.00 TEU YEAR. Business cards of five line- or less 6 per annum. Simple announcements ofinarriagesaiul deaths, and church trad benevolent society notices Inserted free. Any additions to obituary notices will bo charged ocentsper line. . . Local baslnessuotlces 10 cents per line. h jjjjjgjBBBBBBC5BMMBBMtt-aatSMBMaMaWB t .. ... , , , , . , . - , ,..,.,, . ....,, . -.... . - ..,- - "SrTf oip ' r I 't jtp . H rrTT TTSJr SlXTTTXTTTT fcsi.---:i: n - - -1 i i -" Ln-t ii" r- mj ri a. i t .- . -. u zlb r m rj -- mm cj - , - b H P H r J gl Ht. J? -' JL 5 JL 1. t f. f JL,,' i 8 . 3L .5. A Nl Ja k n J- tnv u'riieeN.-c hveu ' S3S( jgsa1 I x Oae Square- . .. llM - " 3 .. ' ' - , , - EacbultlitiO!inlinsertioii . St " "mL. VOLUME di " LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY JULY 16. 1885. NtfMBmi ;. 3 i : : - r t -'n yi i. ! I T K, r U i t 4 i x . V s 4 a GENTS ! w FOR Hot Weather! PHYSICIANS. Underwear! T. R. MASON, M. D. Physician ana Snrgeo, SUGAR GROT-. O. April 9, 1885 Cm A. H. i...

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. — 16 July 1885

K -V"" V -" BR:. Bora t. 'H St. Vt J. Jfe"- t . &- i ' v ' -h- 'B- J l-: 'V-v1- r 2L&.-- w-. T -H re. ; c3 & ' t?J?- -s Ur ' t' M? ? 7 Is HzLf 1 bf i&r It-. i- - f . r liXi LEWIS GREEN, CDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. fSRXS PER TEAK, .O0- Tkursday, July 16, ISS5. D emo crati c & COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, Carl H. Buerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff. John Gallagher, Tor Prosecuting Attorney, Virgii C. Lowry. Foi Infirmary Director. Isaae Mathias. For Coroner. George G. Gage; Caamty CJratral Committee MEETING! The members of the Demo cratic County Central Commit tee elected at the Spring election are requested to meet at the Sentinel office, on SATURDAY, August 1st, at. 1 o'clock, P.M., for the purpose of organizing and transacting such other business as may come berore them. By order of Thos. Meld mm, Ch'm. C. M. Gould. Sec'v. Governor floadly writes ui that mn-ese delairrad by official business, trill attend our Conventiojr'te tUj. The Governor w...

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. — 16 July 1885

... i in i ,i i n in1 m jTagM-".ii",-,jg! -W- -'VI -S,, TSX?5J :-' 3& r!". - ' ,4 'i T i j-m i ij n ' .l1. ' s?- . fe V -r ".- '' '-. -W5-" .N LOCAL ITEMS. Turtle Soup al Yank McCar thy's every Saturday nisht. Ed- and Pete Becktenwal'd, of PL Pleasant, have been visiting their home and friends the past week. -v - - Master Harry Grear, of Lan caster visiting his Logan cons ius, the guest of Chas. Gould, jr. Mrs. O. Case, who has been spending a month visiting rela tives and friends in Columbus and Lima, returned home last -week, much pleased with her visit. Mr. and Urs. John Shiblev, of Ft. Pleasant, Tisited relatives and friends in this place last weak. a, . ... . Mr. Brooker, of Kentucky, hus band of Phema Bates, visited Logan last week, and was cordi ally entertained by the many lriends of his wife. Mr. and Mrs B. returned to their home last londay, On next Sunday nine young mon will be ordained priests at St. Jo-, sephs. A- number ot the Catholic peaple of our town propose vi...

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. — 16 July 1885

- sjRikil - v. - rl 4 . 5rl F-tf1 3:.;, -cftj Jsi - : v y a k v.-y-O. r. -&.- u Cj. ,-VVSf-i P . ri rei - ve rr .V-. & i - r4- - t--k -( Zr iL w f :t - .A JV - -, -. T- H 5 " ,J S. ' it ;k ri- x -i!i. ?Z. ; "xj f - r r i ''. r; .. -.-At -. -.- M K2L r$f I ft . l .5' u trSXTtfrmiXf- tf.r7Si ii;wra,)r.-CBaaessgawHwn7'--ttia!iBi: aagreragCTyjEsyftc Is Electing President. The whole presidt-nt'al procec-uing fcas drifted very ar away from t lie orig inal intention. The.falhers did not an ticipate, in regard to the president, government by party; they regarded even caucus Domination of candidates as otdoublfnl constitutionality. They never expected that the choice of the people should be restricted to two or three men selected lr paitv conven tions. As late as Jeliersoa's tiuio this was not contemplated. But now the whole affair is a perfect ed piece of machineiy. If a man can by any means capture the party nomi nation in convention he ia certain to have the parry strength at 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. — 30 July 1885

f'Si'rtml ?-? It ""ST5eii. -f5! .S- rBflftSiSrfaw" sss&jsr-aES aC3tthCU.M it.-3cg5Sr - - c-'l - '4& s - Xi fil - -ri i -1 V !' .4" s Ul - 1 ' -4 -- & ;i if. :i i aawHaoHwiwHi 5C3a.e v Seaa-tlaa-el sroscitiraioirooTKR year. Busluesscardsofflvo Hues or less SG per anuum. Simple announcements ofninrriagepaiiil deaths, ami cuurcli ami benevolent society notices Inserted free. Any nrtilitioiib to obituary notices wll 1 be charged Seen tsper line. LocalbusInessnotlceslO cents per linr. sr"""3 ENTINEL. V5 ADYE&THSHW BAT One Square. .t. ..- fl M EachAdiUtloulinsortlon..-...- if Cardperycar,.-.. III Looainotlee&mirllna 1 1 ''- & , TOME 44, LOGAN, 0B10. THURSDAY. JULY 30. 1885. NUMBER 11 I j Yearlv-idvertleemeuUtiW parcolaiii i i tv -? J .hi - - syw"1 Jm, r I V r JL J ft P. -3-r V...J5 BENTS' worn Hot Weather Underwear! JLISTEW C0AfS, . ALPACA CAf, 1 S fiRTHr -tJmK3J aLH I t B By EBi w'J Seersuckeff White and Fancy Vests, White & Fancy B'f Hose Linen and Cotton Pan...

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. — 30 July 1885

BSHK'is'. :-jr5'325SS4 -, .vr - .-.?-..'-- SSi3S5iaESajij&'''!,SiSS5 Sea&g vssas;ii'5gs osewStA. itrS5C?-i3KRI--Si &&3WSSeBSir- r-.M3SeS-? r-V. itSSti .aKiWK ..a "es-tfiu -"w -jpH'TdE.'--' ' mi di I, 1 " m JiMM -awy-a"----frs?--. r-;--?'iMs-r; ---"- j $1 1 A i " "I r 1 .r 1 ; r E&e i,a t-- r r I' Se u SSSCKS - d fti .S?j !; ri u-4-iiif.i 3 r .. 2- K 5 5 Aft. 2 J S C' 1, i . IjEWIS GttlfiEN. K D1TOK AN I) '.;() I'll! uxor. . TERMS PJSR YEAK. ..; Thursday SO. iSS5. D em o crati c county tisket, For Representative, f Carl H. I5ucrhaus. i"or Commissioner, .George Marks. For Sheriff. John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. For Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, Georjre G. Gage. Cennty Central Committee MJEETinsrai The members of the Denv. cratic County" Central Commit tee elected at the Sprine election are requested to meet at the Sentinel office, on SATUKDAY, August 1st, at 1 o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of organizing and transactin...

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. — 30 July 1885

J-iJ- ' $x. ?$- V.-j?S' rs -evs "'a-' . . -T7- - -"- feggl --- riSwt -irfi -Ki ?l -J. &J3JL -?- "WJ .? J - -: . e e- -?- & K"- :.' -..-.. . jfcjauwuaj!taiaMtafeaihEii jiu-m was s L53 LOCAL ITEMS. Silver jewelry is becoming quite fashionab'e fur street wear. . Go to McManigal for Hams: has 11101)631 in tho market. Do Turtle Soup at Yank McCar thy's every Saturday night. licMauigal has Wheat Germ for sale. It is better than oat meal. Uncle John Ball, who was ovcr como by the heat last week, is re covering. Archbishop Sands is spending the week with friends and relatives in Logan. Bitt Martin will take a partner in the Restaurant butsinqa?, (his (Thursday) evening. Mr. Henry Goodlivo of Maxville. Perry county, was in the city on business last Friday. The Logan Band has very gener ously tendered gratuitous service at the Grant memorial exerciseB. Miss .Alice Por.n visited in Gal 1 polis last week, the -guest of Miss Jennie Dunn and iMrs. Chancy Hal comb. Bom's Beer seems to plea...

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. — 30 July 1885

' - ? ir - 3 i I lr tssJf mi ?aKTi.."rgf- r?yv- A Portrait. K I could paint the IncT y of my Iri'a:ns: That fair, faint vision of a nol.cit s'cep: .As delicate to flczr upon a:"i Ui en AMuorniiij, mists that li.m uliovotlujfitrcau'.s. JM take the Mncknw- of a stni Ics nlrhl "" To paint the raven Fliado.rs of her ha.r. And draw in long, line sliokos vri'.U-Jaliitiest euro 5 ho nreepimr lashes shutting out the light. j he light of Ucr brlrht eye, ah, could I Mend The dazzilinr run to totter stars an.i tcoou. The tender twilight with tbc portfeotis noon, I'crhaps I could approach the charm they lend. And for her throat I think I'd take tho snow Freeh from Its Rhx-p on some far, lofty peak. And then to match the damask of her cheek I-aeho Its fair beauty with mcra'6 rosy glow. Jlcr subtle form would make an endless strife Among the pliunt tenants of the wood; Nor flr. nor pino, nor graceful hcin'ock could li'cr match her grate a Hee-e como to life. ?nc1i U my dream, andthouph eo p&E...

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