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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 September 1885

-'3 '-2,'-S:& 'I-" j2 bekx- -iSSse'aeaaB aCfeStJ', JS3 - -v tf'l . -7 1 J f y e ffggjtfjnv, trw.-.ny'J..mj. Lt.mm.iii , y,-;- v ' 3 S3 0.123.31 entiiel, ENTIN inr OIR CULATION 13 DO SOBiGKIPTIOX $2.00 Tfitt TEAK. ADYERTIISISG ... 3uslnew cards ol five lines or loss to per t. anaum. .., Simple Announcements ofmarriagesand "'" - " usavliH, nnd oil arch and benevolent sociely notices inserted free. Any additions to ooltn-irr notices willbe chareed 5centsper One Square. ..... ... Each additional insertion Cardspcrycar,... -., Localnoticesperline..... .. tioi 50 606 "VOLUME ii, LOGAN. OHIO. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1885. NUMBER 21. line, f XiosalbnsiDessuoticcB 10 cents per line J n-X'&sr.'Z? YearlT idvertisemenU 31C0 percolutm i -.4- sssV p V" Hocking t 1 H TT II s P n Lj p n ""a f JL JL XX-J -(pi J? uaKSB rffwpxn t A i r 1 r4ii 1? t! 1 UXEELAUY JAFE. CMdttlaas of Literary Ufe In sad America. England The conditions of the literary life in AaMtics are less determined than they ace...

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. — 10 September 1885

jfe- s':5 -e J- cs!- tt"-? 1 -"" vi . i wjspsjigegarrf. ?-Tqqetaw3trffJ5garr.v:T.'!E3w j.miL'ViffiS p;.rre-3gCTy-r'igTO-3 w -: & ?i if S l-" v IVT 1 U i. u r -. i . pr -W r 2 Ti & fi B V I I"- - 1-- t IV ' Jb. ? ? -j- lie Jtfi LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR A.ND PROPRIETOR. rEJIMS PKlt YE Alt, 2.00- Tlinrsday, Sept. 10, 1885. DEMOCRATIC .iL !- TI i rj . i2tV'..'. ISM. tlo r-i . j.r.. -r- - 5?STt'iw!rir av"v-v . C5KJii4 trszzar" AN AWHH 8T0BH I The Town of Washington C II. In Hums. 3E..2b"V I.BTES I.O.VF ! I A ITSiliioai Dollars ol Proper. Ij Destroyed, ffiS Tt-wi- -. aSfi&fi STATE TICKET, For Governor, "'GEORGE UOADLY., For Lieutenant Governor." JOHN W. WARWICK." Supreme Judge (Ions form,) CHARLES D. MARTIN. Supreme Judge, (short term)" GIBSON ATIIERTCN.,: For Attorney General, JAMES LAWRENCE. State Board of Public Works, HENRY WEI3EL. For State Treasurer, TETER BRADY. Democratic COUNTY TICKET. For Representative, Carl H. Buerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff. John ...

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. — 10 September 1885

SXiJSsKfc- - JP?--e ,'ye--'- iM tv -"J .-SI sii?. l-o-v t rA r.. LOCAL TElViS Turtle Soup at Yank McCar U.3 Qv5rv:S:iturIav niirht . It is now Treasurer Noleslone. Dr. AUen, of Green, was in our city on Tuesday. The Mayor's Court has been doing a flourishing business the last few days. The .A.delphi Fair is in progress this week. Quite a number of Loganites are io attendance. The Hocking County Fair opens next Thursday. We hope it will prove a success. The Commissioners and Infir mary Directors are holding regu lar sessions this week. Bev. Dr. Kendrick will preach in the Episcopal Chapel to-mor row (Friday) evening, September 11th at 7 P. AL All are invited. Those, two Bad Lien, Carl H. Buerhaus and J3ob Keynes, rode in the same buggy, yesterday, to the Laurelville Fair. Let us have peace. Slisher's grocery is the place to get fresh bread. cakeB, crackers, candies, fruits and nuts. The choicest of Groceries and Provi sions alwavs on -hand. Messrs. C. E. Bowen and G. W. Brehm were ap...

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. — 10 September 1885

feggsgl lX?1 ..v I C rT-I 'r-l .:ss - -" - axi-swass-i"-. -K&&frSKSgS ." , - jWJtr--?-" 1 S.TJvs :tl !SS 5jL --l EDcaaeMHE "' 1A YX "Jy 3i Istit.- S33ESI3E35 X.V- Svs.t D .y' . Fi.it. n Gtt. Lou j-.traf't'-; conlrilitiiim I. - tVrf'i War boria-. In t;o July fcijr.ibcr, v.c qs.j-l i::u .:j! i.iiic: "Tl o io-rri1s TTilLihfv.- :.ti-i i' .nitV, and thu nest il.u J in:ifil on a:ti:iiil by the roiite v.hTeh it was uroposoi! '.vo Should take the day before, I foito'.ved the enemy to Harrison's lainlin. and Jack son went down by anotht r route in ad vance of L'o. A peon as wo renewed tiio front of the I'Viiural iuMtioi) we put out our shirui'sh-lincs. nn-l I ordered en advance, lnlendia-j: to nmkc another attack, but revoked it on J:iekt.on urg ing me fo wait until tho arriv.il of Gjii. Lee. Very soon Gen. Lee caiae, and, after carefully considering lho position of the enemy and of their "run-boats on the James, decided it uouM be better to forego any turthcr operations. Our skirmis...

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. — 17 September 1885

J5- v - ntine: cm 0ULAT109 1500 subscription ToiTrwrYEAR. 1 &uaiS3 ADYEBTII8IN: E.4'f5S. Ono Square-. ..- .... J J -5 Each idditiouHl insertion ... ... 56 Cards pei year, . .. , K9S LooaIuotlcebperIlue. - 1 Yearlv-idvertlseniontf'S.loO percoluam Business cards of Ave Hues or less $C per annum. Simple announcements of mnrriogcsanu deaths, and church and "benevolent society notices Inserted free. Any additions to obituary notice wlllbe din rgedoecntspcr line. tocalbuslnessnotlceslO cents per line VOLUME 44, LOGAN. OHIO, THURSMX. SEPTEMBER 11, 1885. NUMBER 22 y. g&tnitylt 1 H H 1 St - i J Pr- J s Mr ft r4 itf -A- t-C I r. er . 1 r. Justa J d Ji JLv ras new FALL Tlie District Scliool. now to Make Examination a Success. Full Lines of arlEixJEi O Xj O T IHZ I 2TGK Hats, Caps, Shirts and Under-wear Neckwear, Gloves, &c. All wishing to buy GOOD CLOTHING CHEAP, will find it to their interest to call on fiaggPtinSUfii? W355. The Cheap C. O. D, Clothier, OPERA HOUSE. REMPEL'S Logan...

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. — 17 September 1885

t-?rl S5V;I gsk nrfmnii . . vZ 5VT I T S-- I v I J- & --Pi -" v-v 5 4 I?. i.i r vil Tryv?7V-aTPtL.'.-lk4.-'--vO tlW. lrA!JLJMBaB -V M nM!: LEWIS GKKEN, - EDrrOUAXDlUlOPRIETOK. TERMS iEK YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Sept, 17, 1885.. yessFSas STATE TICKET, For Governor, 'GEOIIGE HOADLT. For Lieutenant. Governor. JOHN W. WARWICK. ' Supreme Judge (long term,) CHARLES D. MARTIN. Supreme Judge, (short term) GIBSON ATIIERTCN. For Attorney General, JAMES LAWRENCE. . State Board of Public Works, HENRY WEIBEL. For State Treasurer, PETER BRADY. D erno ci?atic G8UNTY TICKET. For Representative, Carl H. Buerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks. For Sheriff". John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. For Inflrmar Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, George G. Gage. For State Senator. CALVIN S. WELCH. Hatred for Democrats. BOB KEYNES' VICIOUS FEELIXG. Bob Keynes has made this pub lic declaration : JS-"I WOULD RATHER FOLLOW MY BOYS TO THE GR'-YE THAN HAVE THEM YOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TIC...

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. — 17 September 1885

ZL 3T5tftl I -v -.x sT" ,. - -J1 . -- X te;. ffWCTTO:7Sg?r?Taggqg3 ai5?agBJJHypv?nJMlyI:--t Sifciaiaai-t.Ti.Yfr-t,.;1;. ly-ro-zps. LOCAL ITEM: John McNeil writes poetry. The Sentinel publishes poetry this week. John McNeil "was in town 'last 'week. a Ths Sentinel has published John McNeal's poetry. John McNeil is a Republican can didate for State Senator. Col. Rem pel aud wife are visiting in Cincinnati this week. Turtle Soup at Yank McCar thy's every Saturday night. The Hocking County Fair opens lo-day and will close on Saturday. Miss Emma DolHson is very sick with malarial fever. Albert Leonard, one of our most accomplished teachers, is attending college at Athens. Frank Wheeler of Detroit, spent List Sunday in Logan. lie reports the coalirade reasonably good. Leb Cavrfll was in the city on Monday, tolSce Bob Keynes, The mill hands must have more mill feed. Beny Brown of Gore, Jnpiler Tonansed in the O-lurabus Journ al again last week. Beany is very loud, butis harmless and inodor...

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. — 17 September 1885

IJ if - . I fr- nrnOTT-f r-f """' "-rrrr?ggg 3 - " a a a agaaaa.zsafc;aaaawig X3BMWtiTiTriTliiria if arT-Hgjg: r-j.-ryr-J3,iYiMvwT TaT -"'ill I . I v u I5&, li- ? 5" . ft 5s ' i r- ! Horace Greeley. "Wi'l!, 5-al'. her is :t volume that is besourng ijiii! rnro Uieso days." et ftlbtsuKu .1 book-vuv.vn in ri sctximi-hand book ..torn- the other day as bis cyo fell on a worn asul uuisly tonic "What I ,iuioi7 Aoom x' arming. oil evory- body know.-, this is tho book written by. horaco Greoluy way oac in ttio '60's. jrcniaps mo rising goneration may oe excepted, na the book now out of print ana win oe a curiosity in a nan scare ears nonce. At ono tunc it was pretty extensively read. It is difficult to say, however, that much or any benefit was derived from its perusal. "Yes," retorted the party addressed, "Horace was a great man in his time. It is not so very long since he has en tered eternity, yot his name i3 now hardly ever "mentioned. It was ever thus. Man's deeds, be the" good or b...

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. — 24 September 1885

In ierJfjSpfl?'"" "-' . - ' V vi . " jfp3g5S SerxtlE-el""" jr-r-J If If " V '" ' 't fifc i. t , -?? - ?i va -i-W11 Via(nMcptinicnfflirA Hiipk nrti'R).FS uer S- 4 --?--' Bimpleaunouncements ofmarriagesaiid One Square.. fiee 5C 6ic P ie --Jis- -s,2 "deaths, and church aud benevolent society tlJjnces Inserted free. Any additions to Eachadditionalinsertion. VOLUME a LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24. 1885 NUMBER 23 Curd sper year,.. SS5. J'ebltaary notices will be charged uccutsper Localnotlcesperllue......... 1 i Yearly idvertlsementf-SICO percolUDm F?piS yine, r --JVi.'- "LocalbuslnsssnotlceBlO cents per line --zp- " - . T4T t ri m w . m I K ; garc , :: - --. i r MBMMiiMMinTrrigiMMWMMiiBwrrTrfTiriBMBMwrM-i-gii r 1.T . Jljc - iii -3- & s .. Z-&- i t"i-'"-tdP''-.- aa n iS 9SES 53 ipn. K S ULiHI LAil 1 SiiillU rV- ' -- - I 9 i S I i II li hM li s . . -T .-fw - L III Ib asa &? e& 'fee' E w S j- m m m V? i all JUines 01 'Ae-fci - Vk W W TM W itTh iaK Rl k -2?'. W S2l i 31...

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. — 24 September 1885

-j?.-? ,-asr; 1 0-ji Jt t 1 &' SAW --- j . S33tf-l,st--ia-w,iMrg..-agPT-ff gaagtEsygfigap: msSBSfflaru'risHMUt. v. : Auaiiami i-ThW HHSBttQ0flBSS3SSSS3S3 P3F ' a'-s 'set-' - ?? - &- t. . r J&s. V .'f ,. &, s-t f - rt, - "y fe -fftr. -J i " 3"l- -v-.i. r. LSCt -TnV -v ?? ! ij' "-. EKy". , - 3S1- ? S( &- -r jC.-j- .--i J S r? j ?-- T ' " j " " -HhS. -. r--si. o-.tSSS CSjh. -J rsaA?C s ?-" - .-- ,-r i. " - -Ti. BteV,.-- . k-'C? j :-33 ' i&.r : V5J, "i JsV" 5 ' & t' ,&, i- ?t , L-C 1-5" "ijss- tr?Za f-it J - ,. t- z- irf t- ev7. p-rv 52; ?? fc?r- sir. t ' -. e-jy -fc XLT 5 , m T fcS? - WS-t - w-f f? n&; && rr. :, - 1 'Vr --nr3f ?i fw - Wi ur - 6T. - e-v0.- - e!te!(l LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND IM'.OPUIETOR. TEjiJIS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Sept. 24, 1885. DEMOCRATIC VATOEfcarsrs k& -0-j v?c s?. WTlf.-b r J&IZZ Ji.'-.'&r aas--&2& STATE TICKET, -K" For Governor, V 2GEOKGE HOADLY-2 ' -Fnr Lieutennnt Governor, -JOHJ W. WARWICK. ;-...

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. — 24 September 1885

",sffiR2" rw. rs.'-5 -t i-'S'T" l"5-. kS - . tr it i A I ' 'J'j-7 t .-"SiT- rssi - -i2- -?-1 z. -'i"3 Is -A r-"."ji. ' -t2s " - '" ppIpPpP"ll K A . SAjV-L C 'P I- 1,-wv kS--- e LT-sS. - " - -. - y - ' I-W lf.fs' R' jg- EV. iv , : fj v? vr Vg'-Hz " "i- t -s is- Wi .13 'If "S 1&AT - :t feftl. rV-r 5 f r. LOCAL iTEiS. Circuit Court meets in Logan to day, ;and will hold session three days. T?rank McOiiutock, of Newcorab, Tenn., is at homo this week, visit ing, among his many friends in Lo gan. The infant child of Dan Heft, Jr., died, in Columbus last Wed nesday, and was buried here on Thursday. 'T?ot nice crisp Celery, Phil Sl.isher takes the lead. Hip fine pooler keeps it fresh and ready for the table. JTred Eieleand family are va Lo gan this week, and start this morn ing for a -visit to friends and rela- tiveaia Iowa. .BeT. Monroe, formerly pastor of tho.M. E. church at this place, vis iled is Logan this week and made 'a pleosant.and welcome call at the c.ntinel cmce. "Phil SliBhe...

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. — 24 September 1885

lTi.:r :a -j-ti ;-.r p ' '""t I tT's: -TOtsto"-?-'' WJ2-.w 1'wj-? i-ASiw . ?V k-i-vvv --.-j.-- --v'v i s - V -v;s:-K.rj .. && WP alKM--j? . , s- -a N -JW. r - t h .y r- J. jft IT'S . 51 i. -3 l v: - v r-. ---- tSfc ---. iSCl -V-'Ai "-.v - . I . 1-"- I !P tsil iV. - . K..- - E " nts"-" -JT' i'tv- raq3IP-T-iTi?7gm'rgr ZZ?h '" 'if V ifiTfifKSg L"-' l-JF ? L;? " f v -' . V .5;. "- SEwfPrussian Ii.tilv.-ay Regiment, The Kailwav Cvriis of tho Gt'rnian - Ir.tcrmifto-it Ecencr-y. Gonoa jr. - 1... r .l -ti : . - r n - - . ' J 110 FCPjlury WUVHU kru.:u;i mill ZTr ." 1- - ' V"-M ., , at' Pi-" u verr bJ-utliful. Jviug along that uuu i AJiviLiiii i;utijp;ii2 v, uiu I4ILIUI , fcem precisely liko si Prussian cotn-tr-iGyin oyp.it respect. The Prussian iiallwar Rviriiyaat (l:is Eiscnbahu- ticgimeat; is orimzcil m a regiment al stair anil two batta.ions of four companies each. A conrpany in peaco time consists of four officers, 18 non coaimTssionod offlccrs, and 100 privates. The resriment is...

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. — 1 October 1885

M - m "5.l - T - 1 -"&? tl " . . '-S5"S4-r - --$ '- ; -. saw The I tn& OCKING CIRCULATION 150 ENTINEL, "4 ADYEBTIISINfl K.U'iSH. Pusisess cards ot Ave lines or less SO per cairn. Simple announcements of marriageKand C uT!as,inil church and benevolent society uotiojs Inserted free. Any additions to obituary noticeswillbe churned SeentsDer One Square- .. Eachadditioiialinsertion.. Cardsperycar, ... Localnotlcesperline .., VOLUME a. SB Gee . 16 LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 1. 188-5. NUMBER 24 line, I ecu' busines snot ices 10 cents per line Yearlvadvertisenieiitf Slue pcrcolncm ---1 - 1 ' '-"V - - r I v Josrxjh KUicotr. it is uot io the credit of JitiCilo that slit b".s as yet perpetuated by neither status ror mcaiprial, save iu tho name f r. single strcpt, his fame who not -Q"y iirst predicted her commercial ti atiny, but what is almost unparal lt oc Iu the historv of cities, selected ex-ict site and laid out in the then viiueri.es.5 at the foot of Lake Erie a city ou a scal...

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. — 1 October 1885

&ss0z hs -- v-- s - -... y f-h w -"?" Oil .A-- r -Ife. -T. 1 V- " ' '-- ' -.- "-- ' ..-- ,- - , --' '- I-- P u l" 15 r i- ICr an HSSSSSBg?SSS?EESe2SEvCSa WWW MUU1U3JT !!. J-UMIM I U.I IHM LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND 1 110 1'KIETOJl. TKMS PER YEAR. 2.00- Thursday, Oct. 1, 1SS5. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor, 3E0RGE UOADLY.S - Kir Lieutenant Governor. JOHN W.WARWICK. S'ji:rtine-Juvlge (Ions: term,) CI1AULT2S D. MARTIN. Suurc.Mie .Jndcp, (shirl"ternO GIBSON ATHERTCff. For AtlorneviGeneral, JAMES LAWRENCE. State Board of Public Works, HENRY WJSIBEL. For State Treasurer, PETER BRADY. D erao cxai c COUNTY TICKET. for Representative, Carl H. Buerliaus. For Commissioner, George Harks.'. . For Sheriff. Johii Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil C. Lowry. Foi Infirmar Director. Isaac Matliias. For Coroner, George G. Gage. For State Senator. CALYIN S. WELCH. From several Green-ish articles in the last Gazette, which we have jugged and will keep till pickle, the antidote for love...

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. — 1 October 1885

Z3SZ&rL 31 S3 Utf-ttS 'MSWJS sssasESiSBarfwtoT; "iaeaafciAi jjnm itfsjmsaj !.- : a'U'.-.i " v i.K"j.:mm:.&ASas 7sosrew.ts;;.-,s7rcjrrcr-- .ciacssgggKagg-i.- fr 1 I S tt JL n r 5 r LOCAL ITEHfiS. Airs. Waltz and Miss. Mi I field, of Zanesville are visiting friends in Logau, this week, guests of N. J. Wei land. Two brothers of our townsman J. E. Butiu, arrived last night, from Iowa, where they reside. june oi them has not heeu in Logan for thirty-live and the other for forty years. Rev. Dr. Kcndnck will preach - in the Episcopal Chapel next Fri day evening, October 2nd, at 7:30 o'clock. Messrs. Bnerhaus and Lowry "will address the Democrats of Washington township at Ilesboro to-night. All citizens are invited to attend. The Democrats of Gore will have a rousing meeting to-night-Good speakers will be in attend ance to address the meeting. Virg Lowry and Oliver Wright a ddressed an enthusiastic meet ing at Jlaxville on Saturday eve ning last. The speeches were ell received. Cong...

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. — 1 October 1885

aiiiiXWill iiVujigWiWWMli -fe2ir r ft" SasaBSBEBSES m x i t i Ui.tn.ui Travel. . -i.oxonitMit of persons has tindcr-Ctnt- qu.'o r.c important n growth as tin .- ' p, al- In the "Review of tho Vtr!..- Ltojcwy." already named. - By j er el passengers carried by " .he railroads in all parts of the VvrM. in 1SS2, is estimated at 2.400,-r-,y,iK-0, or an average of six and half JV'liiou a day. The absolute number vJ -ac mcrs c?.riiud on steamers is tin.-!Ur; bnt here, as was also the easo with. jodi, thoy are carried for lougei? di&taa..s, and more days' journeys, taa'j on railroads; so that, estimated "-7 the mile or tho day, the amount r oth of freight and passenger work the v.--.nitfrs do will appear to much bettor at outage. The fcigniiieanco of tho facilitation of paas.nger tmubporlion is derived priu 'i.ahy from its effects on social condi tions, civilization, and customs. One of the most important of these effects h illustrated in emigration, which has assumed grand dimensions ...

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. — 8 October 1885

." & I l.'-t 'r,JC-1 V ? J. "'--. ...iSj" " c ci.- Tr I- o r y UJLrM. .... JL, J..Jf,lll WtSH- . J ,.iaVM).-W.tJ.IJlJ U ..'.' X Mi!Mitf..fiK -.v. :guae3E5IgPw.M.!.r.l1Mr. -Yrrrr ' A ?.,VJtU,,V'., i,T ,"..' 1 . 3C lixe S3n.tIrLel -"41 &?,"fcsri t OIK CULA.TION - 150 SUBSCBIPTIOX 2.00 TBIt YEAR. ADYERTIISIuc; RATiJ Business cards olfivo lines or less 50 per annum. Simple announcements of marrlRgepawtl deaths, and church and benevolent society notices Inserted free.' Any additions to obituary notices wi 1 1 be charged 5 con tsper line. One Square Eitch.idditional Insertion. Cardsporycar,...... Localnotlcespertlne.. . M 6 80t 1 VOLUME 44, LOGAN, OHIO, THCR8ML OCTOBER 8, 188-5. V NUMBER 25. XiOcalb-uslncEEnoticeslO oentR per line Yearly .id vertlsementsjino percoluai r-n r m m '1? MgQwiMpmg1 "j m 'J- lrjMLlMgji'jMgqngTgMlgB;BMBBji?jgffgMMgEf x&y vzr ju z 9 Krf r? wsir kr i t HF HOCKING FNTTNTTJ , m"1' tfSS- &5 G& &fc3SJ jwr;,. -,v... -aas- -wases - - - - ---"- - "...

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. — 8 October 1885

4- Z' i I - gMggtf'ffSwngi M m imnnnwTi &'. if- IF. 1 JCi ! i3. Thr TCTT fr cx r : 1 n ft 1-2 1 V--TV Vtfi V 5- I V 6 T LEWIS GREEN. BDITOH AND PROPRIETOR. r ERA'S PLlt YEAR, 2.150- tlM Thursday, Oct. S, ISS5. DEMOCRATIC CsXMlA STATE TICKET, For Governor, SGEOKGE nOADLY-g For Lieutennnl Governor, JOHN W. WARWICK. Supreme Judge (long term,) CHARLES D. MARTIN. Supreme Judge, (short term) GIBSON ATUEIiTCN. For AltorneygGencral. : JAMES LAWRENCE. Stale Boards of Eub'ic Works, HENRY WEI BEL. For State Treasurer, PETER BRADY. D emo ci-ati c GOONTY TlOi For SEpresentatlvo, Carl H. JBuerhaus. For Commissioner, George Marks, For Sheriff. John Gallagher, For Prosecuting Attorney, Virgil G. Lovrry. Fox Infirmary Director. Isaac Mathias. For Coroner, George G. Gage, For State Senator. CALVIN S. WELCH. Let every Democrat in Hock ing county be a committee of one on next Tuesday in the interest of the whole ticket. Vote for the Republican ticket and vole with a parly that is dy ing on its feet...

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. — 8 October 1885

- s a, gsx2!3&&- i2a85H Ca. .r-r . i ."-' , U': ZSE3a . i'-J-jm-i ' ,gwiffgr gesjik.ims&uifla . Jvt" fc rs LOCAL ITEMS. M its Mollie Taylor, after several weeks visit in Columbus,has return ed to her home in this city. - p Mrs. G. A. Taylor, of Columbus. O., is visiting in Logan, the guest of her brother, Mr. John Bates. - Mr. James Anderson, of near Gibaonville, leaves next week for Nebraska, where he will spend the winter. i Kiss Emma Case, of the Colum bus Insane Asylum is visiting in Logan, -the guest of her mother Airs. O. Case. ? The premium list of the Fair is not published this week,as announc ed last, for the reason that the list has not been furnished us. We are glad to learn that Mrs, .Robert Wright, who has been se riously ill for some time, is grad ually improving. m m m Father Weisinger, the zealous priest at btraitsviUe, was in the city on Monday last, and made a pleasant call at the Sentinel office. The Sisters of the Dospital at Columbus, are in the city...

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. — 8 October 1885

--r"' T'-i E X&aXZiU?2Ztt?Z3!Z. ...awj-'WTgyewiuJ.i.'! r.nrtg.gc-irc:ra?TX. rag?gngyro-fftTsaB; .'-r.'.'jn: lj ..! M--j.-.'wj!yj..-,i-w.A.jt-hai r K3 V S. f- l lt r I-- -.2 THIS 1TAI.TA2J -OIVOJKCE 3ULX.' May Slurry on Trial. ,.- lzo marriage, It provides Ui.it rhnn man and wife have .separate., for a per- iod of three years provided Ihev havo no chiidron, or for iivo veir, provided ),.. I ,?- i ., - . x .I : . -.it ,...,.. - 1. -.u. j.vtj3 iu uiuiur UUSDana Or WHO onlv a tcmoomrv inf mwst 5n tl-n mni-- rin miai;n. ,.. H.WUUU. Of course this bill is ostensibly de- signed to afford relief to a wife or hus- band, as the caso may be, who has been deserted. In practice, however, the law would permit the voluntary sepa- ration and subsequent divorco" of all married people. If a man and wife should jrrow tired of one another with- m a month alter marriage they would fruitful, thev would have o:iiv threa 1 ilLJltT (III Tho Divorce bill brought before Par-' Almanac," whose discoveries o...

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