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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 6 August 1885

' - -a , O ' jt- --." 'S-S,S'V.-',- . " -.-i--.' Kawg ?- y v," f . T 2 i i. -w s. . jy & -S1 MrTi " - - -.-- - i. I,'-J-wil ,. 1 "C IH "S." sl xsg . J2t ST-AW? ." 3asp 5 -SSI - ?"- i -,. i - , -" s-I X-ie exxtlr5,el -CIRCULATION 1,500 suiscRirTioFwrpSrYEliC , Business cards of five lines orlessS8 per annum. Klinple announcements of nviri"iasc-r,nd doathanJ church Slid benevolent society UDtlcos inserted frta. Anv additions to obitucry notices willbooharcedOeeatspcr line. lioou,U)asinessuqt!celO ootis per liucs X"-1 JU-t "I See $5 TO ORDER, RoseSu A Mammoth Collection - OF - Call and - AT - Tritec Specialties too numerous to mention Lo2an,Apnr6. Rochester s Sons AKE DAILY DPI A1TO GROC New SPRING 'GOODS are being received daily. -and will be Compare with any Store in Town as to Fullness in Everything. Call and Examine our Stock March 1 2v. ' " ' " -ew The Hocking '. it VOLUME 11 f I The s. iee &lse DECEIVING found to- ROCHESTER & SONS. PANTS is mills PHYSICIANS, T. R. MAS...

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. — 6 August 1885

4" '-A. :ii&j5-.; t? .j flZa 3cs,l - ' "L- . 1 Ji-&. ,.- V---A Jpt , rrrjTsssssPC!H3Kiit5 K. IN rrs-. V ' - I i." ov rr. Tsa ij :? , $H JpH.feu! LEWIS GUEEN, EDITOR ANDPROPniKTOK. TERMS PER l'EAJC. J.OO- Thursday, Aug. 6, ISS5. Democratic 5S-J. COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, Carl H. liucrhaua. For Commissioner, " George Marks. For BhcriuV John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, .Virgil- C. Lowry. Fox Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner. George G. Gage. Mayor s Proclamation. To (bo Peeplc f Legaii. Tho Nation mourns tho lUnstrlonB dead. etuswlththra unite in the ceremonies on Saturday, the 8th day of August, 1885. Therefore, I recommend and. request that business be suspended and all places of business be .closed on that day between the hour of on o'clock and five o'clock, and the time be fully observed in token of respect to the deceased General and Ex- President, TJ. S. Grant. s A. STBINMAN, Mayor. Logan, Augusts lw The Cincinnati Volksblatt, the heretofore...

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. — 6 August 1885

l-c;l 'T'. -S3rS ?- v?y s; ""-?." t1-- w -?ys :ois? m n& j'-w-j t-jjM-Ti ji- - ....v Jhm.ai-i..iw. gJW'-m , t, f gVi'iir -'-.t.i.-f'-M. -- u- - -"-1 u.'"-.. rji"unMi.n,i jj ...gg-t-TrT-T-xreTOrnTrrrrTO-:-iJJ.r. .... . l-.J l n i rargj-MVij "...fLi..':-V.......--.-:,.iJ!g, MlTUfUHM 'Mt.J g -..-i -Tiur-ijMgrgM'"1 TT i i Ii I I " "' . . i. 'i LOCAL tlHb. Turtle Soup al Yank McCar thy's every Saturday night. Judge Wright of h-nic ster made a flyiug visit to Logan on las' Mon day. Mrs. Miller of Marietta, is visit ing her Bi6cr, Mrs. D, II WilHard, this week. Mr. Frank Donnolly and familyl of Qjlumbus, are visiting friends and relatives in Logan this week. Mr. Harry Todd of this- place, vraB visiting in Stratisville on last Monday. Mr. Win. Downey, who has been lor the year past working in Col umbus, is spending the wecK with friends and relatives in Logan. Mr. Geo. Locke, after an absenpe of several months in Nebraska and olker Western States, -returned home to Logan on last Friday....

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. — 6 August 1885

- j :r l-S fr . - - -fc-?"' te- Jv T V I-" a. iir iv r lSi Is - II 1 I ss" Th I'rcnidentV IToclaiivati- n. Washington. July 23. T pres.de.-.r n lew minutes p isi 11 c'ci.icS, issa j i tje fvl kjwinj proelsinition: "By THr PPvairFKT of tdr 1 UlCITCD hTATES, PltOCLAliATIOX. f J "The prJento the United Susies bus ! j list received the sad tidings of tho dcMi of that illustrious citizen ani cr-rrei?ntf of th United States, Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, a: Mt. iltGresor, in ths state of New Yotk, to Trliich place lu lately Lad Iwsa ran j vol in en endeavor to prolong his Ufa "la makiajr this fia:uuiiwjat to da peo plo of lha Unite I Sv.s? shj pr-.-sident is im pressed with the migoita lo of tho pablio loss of the groat public 1 ruler, vrao was, ia the hour of victory, magnanimous; amid disaster sarmo and-s.elf-s'.istainod, ia evsry station, whet-hsr as soldier or chi'' maI's trate. Twica called to power by bis fellow countrymen, ha trod unswervingly tho path way of duty, undeterred by doubts, s...

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. — 13 August 1885

--3r 4f ; -j?a3jg. j?"'-. - AT P y i r J ?SLvl V-? isi .i J l 1; TOa.e Serrtin.el SUBSCRIPTION C2.00 PUR YEAR. v- Baalness card offlve lines or less SS per 8tepl3aaaoancement8 ofmnrrlagesand daetb,aa. pa urea and benerohmt society settee lAserted Ace. Any additions to bttaary notices will be charged 5 cents per uae, LocalbasloessuoticcBlO cents per line, A Mammoth Collection - OF - Dry Call and jisiiions! i ss:; -AT- Tritsch I Stiers Specialties loo numerous to mention Logan, April's, i i i i i m Rochester s Sons ARE DAILY Axa DBY GROCERIES ! New SPRING GOODS areeing received laily. -and will belfound to- Compare with any Store in Town as to Fullness iu Everything. Call and Examine our Stock March 4 2w. THYSICIANS, T. R. MASON, M. D. Physician and Surgeo, SUGAR GROVE, O. April 0, lS85-m A. H. ! WiLLIGE, Physician Sf Surgeon, TBesIeence No 220 South Columbus street lnmvttfir. Offl-?, 'ft Bujldlnr. North Columbus, street. - JuneS.ta tf W WMONEOE," Surgeon Dentist, , Nelsoaville, Ohio:...

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. — 13 August 1885

rit''SSBSE&aMteBaMMOki -rr' ; "!?5-"'Jir- feT --ri. , k. V i. ittieefw-.""ffi .- T I I WW - I .iS7 j!?l ' "yrj.l jfcai h!l ;WJaK.aggra?E-rgyy! wuilj acasM is h . fc f r i" le njL LEWIS GREEN, EOITOR AND PROI'UIKTOK. TERMS PER TEAK. .(JO. Thursday, Aug. 13, 18S5. Democratic is; COUNTY TICKET. . For Representative, Carl H. JBuerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff. r John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C; Lowry. ' Foi Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, George G. Gage. Republican Convention tfext Saturday. The AttNtriaii Mission. Some weeks ::o our esteemed eotempuraryof the Gazette ob jected to the appointment of Keiley to the Austrian Mission. We have no stock in Keiley nor any concern in Austria. So far as we are concerned the less of Au&tria in this country the bet ter. About all that Aiibtria sends us are Poles and Hungarian?, an occasional tramp and a bear. Jt is the Gazette's notion that our government should bo repre sented by men ...

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. — 13 August 1885

J. r srvag-' v-' 5- NT S "S - - Jt " .Sir -y--si a i! ii r.k. T I LOCAL ITEMS. Turtle Soup at Ynnk McCar thy's everj Sal unlay niizlit. Miss Kale Kessler is visiting this week at Point Pleasant. V. The Sunday School olihc Hun ter street Lutheran Church, held Tery enjoyable picnic last Thursday. Mr. Jacob Weaver, not Judge JLcker as published last week, is the Treasurer of the LVmociatie Executive Committee. Mr. Will Frasch has completed the ceilinir on his business room and is adding a number of other improvements to his store. Col. Mullin of Flood wood, will occupy the Payne house on Front street, and not Baird'-s, as stated last week i Gus Magoon has sold his lot on 2d st., adjoining Dr. Wright's, 37 feet front-, to Jas. Wat kins, of Murray, for $750. Mr. Wat kins will build and remove to our town. Mr. Geo. Gage has bought the 8lFres' lot on Elgin Heights, ad joining Camp Jake Weaver. Consideration $100. Mr. Gage proposes building a handsome residence. g Col. Constable of Athens, ...

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. — 13 August 1885

'Jtviwpi '4Lau jig ' jjj. - yjaWJ aswaaaaeasagSg V v- "V ' rjp- : f- - '"'"SSI??' "tvf y' tvf ?!? SiaaB -s? faBw. r tr ',h " tut a fc --V ;.- k-- ir- t- X-V. LI . IS lit -S !s V- h- I5?"- I. l.n S IV 1" GENERAL GRANTS DftEASiL Extracts from an Articln by Ir. bhratly on the iid Uiro's .. NewYokk, July 31. The subjomed are extracts from an article by Dr. Shrarty, on "The Surgical and Pathological Aspect of Gen. Grant's Case," which will anrwar in the Medical Becord of Saturday. Taj treat- meat vrijl bo more elaborately described hereafter. Dr. Shrady says: u uuv uEuuiiuij- Lau.ru wuua Lao throat troublo comnnnee 1, but probably in Jane, 1S84, as at that time Gan. Grant first complained of soren'ss in tha tonsillar region. On March 7, whoa I first saw tho patient in consultation with Dra. BarkBr, Douglas and Sands, it was found that the aarfaces of tho right tonsillar region and adjoining portion of the vault of the phar ynx were covered with a thick, yellowish exodation resambline slo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 20 August 1885

m -'''", ;' . - 3- r r rz. s. fc if xaS - ? Skl rh r STi JljOj r r : Ar' x JJ$ ?k . LivK gr 1 yfi 5-3!l r rr -c1 1 Sb ' ' .i r-- i-rjart-sssft ht - TtacirmiKKaJL l. , ---, r J E3TI A u , V IV,.?" "' K' &- t$U " 'i fc f- .-v - u p it a, in,' Tf"---jc p K - r ma.e Seri.tin.el CIRCULAT JGN 1509 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PKIt YEAH. Basinets cards of five lines orlessSG per tsaom. Simple announcements of marriages and deaths, and church and benevolent society uotlces Inserted free. Any additions to obituary notices will be charged 5 cents per line, LocalbaslnessuoticeslO cents per line. A Mammoth Collection - Dry Call and See the Fashions! 1885 -AT- TrUsch I S tiers Specialties too numerous to mention Logan,April "ft, Rochester s Sons ARE DAILY BBY AHH CHIOOERI ES I New SPRING GOODS are being received daily. and will be found to Compare with any Store in Town as to Fullness in Everything. Call and Examine our Stock March 4-2w. ROCHESTER & SONS. PMYSICIAWS- T. El MASON, M. D. Physician a...

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. — 20 August 1885

r3 5,j 'P. , - - - .a fy' 4 & -? . ? - E U - $fte MKI8 GREEN, EDITOR AND P ROPRIETOK . TEEMS PER TEAK, 2.00- Thursday, Aug. 20, 1885. D emocrati c , CQUNTYJICKET. For Representative, Carl H. Buerhau. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff. John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. For Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, George G. Gage. CAMPAIGN SENTINEL. We this week issue a CAM FAIGN PAPER. The Campaign Sentinel will be famished until Nov. 1, 1885, Eleven Weeks for 25 Cts. The issues of the campaign will Le frtelv aad fearlessly dis cussed. The current news of the day will be given each week. Local items and enterprises of local interest will be announced and advertised. The paper will be interesting not only to Hocking ceunty citi- izens, but to former residents of our town and county now living abroad. Business men will find the Campaign Sentinel a valuable medium for advertising. Subscriptions must be cash in advance. Any one furnishing us 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. — 20 August 1885

:- - c"K2fS"V? i;5v- .-i. l. tSH -2- I '7"v? . I VZ&s S-23"l IS-" T or LOCAL ITEMS. Turtle Soap at Yank McCar thy's everySaturday night. Will Jamss left U-duy for a visit ia the Northwest. Mrs. Tipton is quite ill, with iria, at present. Mr. Adam Kline left on Tuesday reaiag for Cincinnati on business. i m Gedrge Kleinschmidt is having a slate roof pat on his West End residence. Quite a number of our citizens are attending Camp Meeting this week. -"" .,.. Mrs. Otho Kanode, who has been visitinjr at Huntington, W. Va., returned home last Satur day. We have orders this week for three hundred extra copies ot the Sentinel. The sentinel publishes the news and reports the Convention. Mr. D. H. Williard has rented aad moved into Win. Payne's house ob Front street Mtpees May and Lon Miller, of this city, visited relatives in Ham dea Janction, last week. Mrs. A. B. Walker, formerly of oar city, died on last Tuesday at her home in Jackson, O. m An attempt was made on last Sunday to blow u...

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. — 20 August 1885

- . s: v ' - .-- s fSf--- !? PS-J. -. S?. 1 7X 3&!l KJM353J22vS32i2tsHaKa3aaSe-; &-. -S. "y -l--l L Tr V ti. K r IC I Continued from First Ijijc3 nmocent Enters, una toviny hearts too uia wreath of oak leaves that tonlay is the only tribute that touches tho gcu'ral'-scvskefc The little ones' offering bain; fiuii 1, thoy had taken it to CoL Grant, whose eyes dim med when his daughter said: "Papa, Josie nnJ I have maJ this for grandpa, and please won't you giieitto himP The colonel placed the oaken Tvrcith on the casket, then it routed thero iu A bany, and still remains as the chiirirens1 offering. Four o'clock had passed. The grey of dawn had deepnd to red; daylight was near, the strains of dirgo mu-ic crept out ob the morning air. At first distant, they grew nearer and neirer. The re J dimmed in the east. Sunrise was near. The strains of music, slow and sad, grew more distinct Then blue coated veterans of Meads post, Philadelphia, 500 strong, came tramping to ta dirge music ...

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. — 27 August 1885

aL- -3 gl t!fril ? '- r 3 v y -. Hie fcSe3Lti-nel Hocking Sentinel. RC 1 HE CIRCULATION - 1500. I.- Sf subscbiption $2.00 pjjk yeah. Business cards ot Ave lines or Jess So per num. (Simple announcements ofmurriagesaml deaths, and church and benevolent society notices inserted free. Any additions to Obituary notices wl 1 1 be charged 5 cen ts per ADTEBTllSJKiii MAT One Sr&are, Eachaddltlonalinsettloa Card sper ycaf A-.- 50 S08 LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY AUGUST 27, 1885. NUMBER 19. volume a Localnotlcesporllne -.. .-... 1 5 YearlridvertlnesQenti-Sl(.t) percoluxfti Local business notices 10 cents per line. I 6VW K v -at' wc: STILL If AVE SOME LIGHT WEIGHT CLOTHING! That we will sell oat Cheap. Have Received Some Fall Weight SUITS. That Will Pay You to Look At. Oar Fall & Winter Stock of -AND- OVERCOATINGS. Is arriving daily. Come in early and leave your measure. We guar anty eFits and satisfaction and you will have the choice of our ele gant stock. Stiff and Soft flATS in the latest...

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. — 27 August 1885

"" -S. "" . jSS" '" " P-' " 1 !. WT-W - VJti -WtM!-..!.. , . - w-- - - ;T" - k- - , .. etTsyqgsapuasBKy1 y.tfftigi:gygg j r " 'Mi. . i " -;aa vx ggssMPiMWT3i t i-fc H- fepftlinnJ e fvi:.i EL3fC34nra LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TEKMS PEKYBAU, M)0- Thnrsday, Aug. 27, ISS5. DEMOCRATIC! STATE TICKET. For Governor, GEORGE HOADLY For Lieutenant Governor. JOHN W. WARWICK- Supreme Judge (loncj term,) CHARLES D. MARTIN. Supreme Judge, (short term) GIBSON ATHERTCN. For Attorney General, JAMES LAWRENCE. State Board of Public Works, HENRY WEIBEL. For State Treasurer, PETER BRADY. D emocratio eOUNTY TI0KE For Representative, Carl 11. Buerliaus. For Commissioner, George Marks." For Sheriff. John Gallagher, Tor Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. Foi Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, George G. Gage. For State Senator. CALVIN S. WELCH. CAMPAIGN KESTINEL. We this week issue a CAM,-! PAIGN PAPER. The Campaign Sentinel will be furnished until Nov. I, J885, Eleven Weeks for 25 ...

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. — 27 August 1885

Srt-l SSgS r "-kErx" .- ' m-T Vt - V 7? !? . i rt J fcr ''ftW! i LA tef r r IV.T, tOCAL ITEMS Turtle Soup at Tank McCar thy's every Saturday night. Mrs. EinnwBozeman,ot McCon nel'sviUe, Ohio, is viMting her brother, Mr. Lee Elack, of this place. a i . . Hiss Julia Nutter, of Gore, visit ed Miss Van Horn on Gallagher Ajtaaue, last-week. Uev- J. C. McLaughlin, of Tarl ton, Ohio, is visiting relatives and friends in this city, this week. m m Judge Wright and wife and daughters, Annie and Ethel, visited in Logan and explored the Rock House regions this week. The old home house of Christain Welty, of northern Marion, and the house of his son in the same yard, nere hurncd on last Friday. The contents were saved. There was an insurance of $500 on the projertics. Sacy Gorman, a bridge carpenter on the O. W. Va. R, R., while re turning home to his boarding house on Gallagher Avenue one nigh I last w eek, was badly beaten by a gang of roughs. 3 hey also took occasion to go through his pockets...

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. — 27 August 1885

cl Z&- .St8"? . t '.-J. . -i . -TT"J i ' ,s r - i, d s. ' ' 'X.-H - 1W--' ' ! --Ws-g----tt. - J7..1CT'W.-BwrJM,... ttVm,.LMH T,.JZ!. rffgf - ' "L : N i. " T - A- Vt :fi U-9- t:- ! lV ;v. w '."s 'Sjit ;. r-v t I-JU-r 1 1 -S- J IS IT- - hvv - in -t p X?. Mtr 3w I?-- I-w- 14 'i--" tf1?1"- OrE ALASKAN AEEAIES. RESOURCES AND NEEDS OF OUR - NORTH PACIFIC TERRITORY. Badly la Tfeetl of nn Orjanlre I Oororn- naeat Treaty Promises of Protection kh Fur Wholly Unfulfilled. Washington National Xeun. x WABnntGTOy, Aug. 18. Governor Swino- ford, tho recently appointed governor of Alseta, left St Paul for San Francisco, and will in a' few days sail thence to his post of duty. Be goas -without definite instructions ' from the government, but is expected by October 1 to have become acquainted so well with tho needs cf the territory as to bo able to make a preliminary report to tho presi dent Subsequently bo will bo instructed as to the desires of tho a lministration iu os- atablibing territorial ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 September 1885

:32s 'tl - &" -3 -& ?lll .- "r""- Xt ? - 5- $r- t. .J J'. T5 - "i ' - r - C - VV V .F r i -? N V y Sen.tlzi.el The CIRCULATION CKING 150 0 ENTINEL. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PJrR TEAK. "Business cards orflve Hues or less 66 per annum. Simple announcements of inarri&gesand deaths, and church and benevolent society notices Inserted ires. Any additions to ADVEUTIISINli KATiSS. One Square..-. Eachadditlonalinsertion. Cards p e r y car,..... ... Localuoticesperline... . Il SO got . 16 VOLUME a, ubitaary notices wlllbe charged 5 cen tsDer LOGAN, OHIO, Tfl&RSDAI. SEPTEMBER 3, 188-5. NUMBER 20. Jtne. LocalbcsinesEnotlceslO cents per line Yep.rlTadvertlseraentsSlOO percolDBm 6aag?g.LjljLBraB ; .: & x r s x i A J L t. X pu- i&- Ik i. next. 'net C2Ulv rC ii 3- ho tter 3U4 BBOi Kosa rster lre?a? V i4 N- WE STJUdL IE AT Si SOME LIGHT WEIGHT CLOTHING! That; we will sell oa Cheap. Have Meceived ome Fall Weight SUITS, That Will Pay Onr Fall & Winter Stock of crxirxTa-s - OVERCO...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 September 1885

& - -3" '."- l-- is t fe -v;Vi'g?reg'igfCAJS ?3fcrg S2S3S3 -ryg- . rK'-' -- ' . - !? l T vS" J& u y li , r A LEWIS GREEN, EOlTOKANDPttOWlIETOIi. TKKSIS PER YEA Jl. 2.0U- Tlmrsc!a.Y, Sept, 3. 1885. STATE TICKET. -" For Governor, f GEORGE n.OADLY.S Por Lieutenant Governor.; JOHN W, WARWICK. Supreme Judge (long term,) CHARLES D. MARTIN. Supreme Judge, (short term) ; GIBSON ATHERTCN. For Attorney General. ;JAHEd LAWRENCE. BUte Board of Public J Works,! HENRY WEIBEL. J For State Treasurer," PETER BRADY. 3D emo cratic COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, Carl H. Btierhatis. For Commissioner, George Marks. , For Sheriff. John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. For Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, DEMOCRATIC ,VMa3v?r3R a rNS. r &sJ r4rmvi "& -. -, , r - . uruurge vx. xiige. Mim wemfc rog ber cousins, c in Logan thiB week e Senator. m Will Moglnnis, a? WELCH. winnr. 7onaairlla olf in I)gan last Thursdf EKTIKEL. of Judge Friesaer. The McArthutfe...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 September 1885

SIIrSpF? iEcap"--SS3' - &2 I -"! - SXsSii FV sr's?- ' ?3S Wc! r -K- .. "-: -& .SOS-v v . ;, -sfr s J?" P-TWS,, ' 'i !. i-A ,-j 'jgg ,:B . rHIS'.irl awgjJaffliaiUWWwjyatw.atwjww.M-wrt.jua ya--g-Ti "I'll" LOCAL ITEMS. The Levitcs have pencil marks in the last Gazette. Turtle Soup at Yank McCar thy's every Situnlav night.. m t The Misses PhoBbo and Clara Slisher are visiting friends and relatives in Columbus this week. m Mrs. Thos.J. Alien, is visiting friends and relatives in Perry coun- that stole Hartzell's 3k Young Tbf cT. On Jast Monday a boy named John Davis, aged about 12 years, assaulted Charley Eo3o's little girl, aged about 3 years, and toak from her a pocket book containing sever al dollars in money. The young scamp was arrested. Ho was brought beforo Judge Acker on Tuesday, when the little girl identified him, her evidence being corroborated in evory particular. Judge Acker is sued an order sending him to the .Reform Farm. He is the same lad buggy a few ty, this wee...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 September 1885

5cf ! V: 1-3 5 HTHE OHIO MMOCRACY. TIMETABLE QEO. HARTMAHr rf? "K ! rp fl ff : " - .,j(M l- hk Tri"R Ell v- S" This is what the good doctor and X JJ. Li JJPK- K if -r a..' i m r . : - "u . osz - H THE OHIO J)EMOCRACY. IrW kl-- : &? ss s Th Platform. Columbus, O., Aug. 21. The following is tke ptntform adopted: 4Tho Democracy of Obk in convention assembled congratulato the country upon tbo election and inaugura ttoEotSi3 Democratic candidates for presi dent aad.vico president of tb.9 Uaitol Stxtas. These fortunate events and the. wise admin 'Mcation that has foUowoi havo already dis pelled the illusion that Democratic 6ueo;ss to aososistect with thi business interest of the country or perilous to tbo rights of the -traetliueu. The revival of prosperity and he feoreaso in the value of property alreadj tegua demonstrate the beneficence of Demo cratic principles qven before any session of congress has enabled the country to realize tfee fall fruition of their application by leg Mati...

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