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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 November 1885

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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 November 1885

- .. -r - V SSShssSS ife''3J'c-s""-s? -sss2i""ss-sss,-.;- r-:s- ;rp-?;Js-s' fif??. .SsjrfateasasBsrS--2 - 5 - ,A ? wsxia -f.aii.J,j)mTVJJiJ-.-'.- l, jwM.Mnamwni.fw 'cgg;pyg'v-T.'y.iy.ri:,j-Vi,?rtMz: -"--- gsrs-m .".r-w.gr.k;.'."'-nggf ' -"' ..,MJ!'vi'rVi' T'l'nlKlif' iTn-i'f -f-'n" h'-lr-""1 I lifiueL VI EG LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR VXDIMiOPRIETOK. rEilMS L-Ett YEAH. 2.00- Thursday, Not. 19, 1SS5 I contest. K W- Kenes. We have eluded' Buerhaus: "The People. 'A majority of the legal vo'cs cast is necessary for an election" The Constitution. .Our Bnrc-Footed Poet has a grist in the mill, and will -rind out 'Contest1' poel'fy when his turn comes. T!ie 1J.011 of En eland Grows yout RliU again. BeTonses. Ji e rise, He bristles kis mane, In plain language Bcb Keynes congests. There will be music in the ark, down by the eatie brake dose by the mill. When our Bare Footed' Poet en ters upon the "Contest," the editor will taKe to the woods and hide from the wr.it h of the Contest ee. "W. A. Barnes,...

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 November 1885

SP mumjg- -,me H -i-- TT ..vssir aJSdHHfeiSfeesss S&SSS3S: . S W?&MIZ ' , ,-' " 'i""- 4 - 'SS5'' 5,, ---- f, -r - i F -s--c -- r--- --. V; t ....'$ t.? LJJX& iTr.'-.v.Z S2SsS3ai333Kxv. v3 ,3 !&- y cgga-s- v -sgferr't.--.; K A. 23feU 3- v. LOCAL ITEMS Don't fail to attend Allen O.M3-. era' lecture at the Opera House next Tuesday evening. The lect ure will be entertaining and in structive. Elder J. G. Ford, Baptist minis ter at Kushmore, 0 will preach in Logan on Monday evening, Nov. 23rd. All those interested in the Baptist church, especially, are in vited to attend. Johnny Fresh not only kuepsa full line of Groceries and country prod uce, but is giving especial atten tion to"poultry. All kinds can be had at his Btore dressed or uudress ed. Call and leave orders. Mr. Eli West has bought Mc Manigars grocery, and will at once enlarge the stock. Mr. West is an experienced merchant, and a clever and accommodating gentleman. Wo bespeak for him a liberal patronage from 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 November 1885

, ? .""-. . ' H v - .- '.,' "" - T gf" z" - - -V' .,- Zi -- "" - " r. j n -f . R-va. j . ,JSV '-5Sfe -svssse& nJ3S?5!e?3!t. "" ".-"-wx a-tsf ,-:sr -.?':? B-J&- - - -rtliWi.J. l '-'V .."-. ----- -- "l '- '.k-: -.7.J - ' - W ..--.- rtT" Jl- -II E E3EIOETA?;T TG H5AKS .531- $&P an Woo ij?6 3k J y 811 x EI Ti ITS ESSK'd. g""- . ;? '" " li' ii ' r i mli'1' i it-TI'W I1" I T ,. 1M ii, -. - rr-- itt i- m ii r m .- - , . ,eM. .MnmuN- m & CrgFhZF?1 .. - -, AmMMm MJ&K iosKleA juamniouii uoiiecsioii .,a 6m$, Emm ,s2sfl m -of-- - - ' rw 'r nrk ti v . i "?ta. r- .- i a t ak- - i.--w . at-M w.m i. r mj m - . -AUE NOW READY - rm a"ST Sj H t? "S w sn u .TO" .zi j He- SI J; -TO .MANUFACTURE INTO- ""C8 . .. rtfc "S, 'Wl.fel5 J'feifiO S5 . 3&3k 3 P?!? ftiK-lfcifi Bf. h vj s-xooiEJizisra- -s"isr. PLAIN We vould call serial attention Kpur ful line of 3?, & FANCY OASSIMIBKE& A!?o. ready to receive Wnnl to Card hi Rolls or lard anr rnii for cus:uners. Fullina ami Drfwivg ll...

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 November 1885

tc-Uml v r.i -"5-iA "-J! K.i ttl r. . r?! 1 -;-i., '' T - !"- a: ? V f fP-W i -fcs y -j! wg.nii.iw.-i iw-' ti.w..jwiw.v..;iU,j!-iri -w-"-w- wr- irvsa 1 33b.o Ser2.ti3n.el OVULATION 1500 OCKING sniirfe f. UMS SUBSCRIPTION $2.0;) PEE YEAR. Business cards or Ave lines orlesbft . Tijyqygiq; LEWIS GREEN, V. innnn. Sis&pte announcements ofxnarrlcgceanu deaths, and church and benevolent society notiert inserted free. Any additions to Obituary-notices wlllbe charged Scentsper LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY; IDITOH AKD P &0?IT0&. VOLUME 44, 26 1885. NUMBER 82. N rsagsagfirap no 1HE StTTTNTFT p., ,ac, L-mc1- . d& fipSlilUii 5 w ,? fc. - v s. 'J ? t THE INBEPFNBENT The Largest, The Ablest, The Best Religious and Literary Weekly. Thfi most influentiol religions organ in the I States. The Spectator. Xondon, Eug. EXAMINEES' TEST QUESTIONS. flliiillMilji The Independent ie one of the beet papers in the world.- Its good points are many and etriking. They have only to be stated to be apprecia...

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 November 1885

11 saca yjifcnwggwM..4MwwEaBgy wvji '.-i, .-iraK f,y-'A,Vt1.l,ki'i T J1 . AX'S r Eir325S2S35S2C;SECS2SE3r3r3SSS2EEE33S3i!S SI3nX553SbZ5aSS2S3raXZJ3GS3SE r."---g usgpaBBgBgaEaB ft t .SL? ' N l l v. Iv 1 1- 'U -rr- ' fei h."- K r V I I l- r. 3;V ss ir- Is? , I- Is 15 . 1 Ifr V LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR A.5D PROPRIETOR. TEKHS PER TEAR, Thursday, Not. 26, ISS5 t'Av(sas?r -fwp" -'aw,;Baa The End of a Busy Life. Sad Death of the Vice Prcsiccnt, Ken. Thomas A.'Hendricks. Indianapolis, Nov. 25th. Vice President Hendricks died very sud denly at his rcsidencca few minutes before 5 o'clock this afternoon. IJc came homo from Chicago curly in the week and complained of feelii g unwell, but nothing serious was thought of it at tho time. Last night he and Mrs. Hendricks at tended the reception at tho residence of Hon. John J. Cooper, and after he came home ho complained of pains in his side and stomach. 1 his morning ne was nu better, and hits family-physician was called in. Ho gave him an emetic, and l...

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 November 1885

Vtfxjg v51- Z' t , XS;".? XS?..- " : if ' T5 V -A i-m. in 'IT" -, " - -"?- T-'- 'y,g.wawiiyitjfcyriWW'mi?ffrgm .' ..v?..g.'--rT7r: zznzz LOCAL ITEMS JlIEBlOBlAr. A meeting will be held in the Auditor's Office, 1'riday Evening, November 27th, for the purpose of arranging appropfiate Memorial ex ercises on the death of Thomas A. Hendricks, Vice President of the United States. All citizens are invited. The infant child of John Reo te,nwaldt died yesterday from Lung fever. i Mr. George Locke, of our city, was married on last Wednesday, to Miss Lucky of Baltimore, O. Thad Allen, the right had man of the Sentinel printing office, is tick this week. The Opera House rooms, No. 2 and 3, formerly occupied by F. Harrington, are utilized for the purpose of a Novelty Store and will hereafter be known as Ilem ple's Bazar. It is now open and contains (he prettiest display of Uolida' Goods ever brought to Logan. It will be a treat to everybody to go and see them. Ferdie Kemple, who superintends 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. — 26 November 1885

"VvfcSS' I ... W"H- I -i"KrS:i 'wJS5l b i-S: I SI 52.l - . SXr"!: --"'5' 1? ?tL' -?! EMM3EazsLr: a; i . m.1 .va.-A.wwr, dnrawiiv jitm-mi. UAm ipa-T,si!MPTBH- J-.mAj-k.B.a.i.-j.'..ij.i..uwB.'itjwjM!k.M irAvrhT.'.gre r-r-.sj .'MJ-'.' fyj.7-t7r7.rar' r.-ftr-r-.i iJs&?JZjZt : i:.' A1'.1'.-.' ' tii'kiaijaraia&LAfeaaafaa .JjiaiUaf.-a;r,5g. --3 & t" ;- fc M- L&- U- iel-S " K& , t l - :tv ler fc& 1ST- -. The Logan Woolen Mills AHE NOW U EC El -TO JiAKL'FACTURE INTO Dsskimi,Jass ,SSatias srrociKXE-rca- y'.a.ii.n'- afa 5roM caU viiocinl s'UenJlcii .oi.oaj full Ifos g? a PLAIN & FANCY CASS: Also, road j to receive Vf no to Cara in Rolls or Pr3 ?cd P9 for uJomer. Fulling oml Dresn2 'ion i a workmaoJike map. - a rut! ufnnlr i.rrVnnria tnifar.lft for Farmere. Mechanic, !- ch-inti. or tno m of anv profession, ltlfi.. 'J ui'-i.' s.i . iiuirasjuui or v'fj.ng jor vooi. Logan, June 1L, 1885 3ro -tJrWlww,;r?x'tlJ, i t IISlHMHS.1 V Trrrjsa- I gS'jifjK; 5"TVi' F tcti!vv. k VA-...

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. — 3 December 1885

rs- r,- i K--JV. "' T rv Jts Sv - . arxEsaasEESacsrr: tt.-.lfr TOie Sen.tl3a.el.. n J W ntJE ENT rrnnr CIRCULATION 1300 f H Jjfcnnqel. -lX YEAK.i !BBSeIPTIOX 82.00 PER M r- . k &ulne8oarasotfive linet or less 56 v annum. Simula announcements ofiasrringesand ieitjis, aud church and benevolent society notice inserted fnse. Any sdilitionfe to obituary u ueas wl 2 1 ot- charged 5 cents per YOLUME 44, LOGAN, OHIO, THLIRSMI. DECEMBER 3. 1885. LlWIS GREEN, SDVTQH A3TD ?R0PBI2X0R. NUMBER 9 00. Twit Hocking Sv B w i ' n J1 L- l&crrmmJ L i, - xA tof. Proposing in Texas. German Customs. Slsey manage these thlugg different?? : A correspondent of tho Brooklyn hi Texas. This k how a ?ond cotrrj ' Eagle, traveling ia Germany, writes: C!trs te an understanding, according ! It was a warm, still, summer San to cne who pretends to know. Ho sits ; day it often seems as though nature c en side ol the room in a big whilo ; was more peacefully disposed on that roclriag-ehair; alio on the other sid...

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 December 1885

-j3C: U ; m h-l V rr-,",-it- v.r "T1 M'waji.'t .w.-.JMfl&.Cl.i'L"- U-.V fl"MVr.vmg'TrKfai'.TO3r ijijj Ji.5i,,V5 n ftuwqtw -r,vr'a'T,i V Wt M Unilqtl LEWIS GREEN, BDIXOR AKD P R0PRI1T0R. fEliMS PER YEAR, .00- Thursday, Doc. 3, 1885. MEMORIAL Meeting on- the Death of "Vice President Hen--. dricks. Aderess by L. J. Bnrgess. Besoln tions or Committee and Remarks of Gentlemen Present. Fanr.l of Vice Preuldcnt Hendricks. The remains of Vice Piesident Hendricks were interred on Inst Tuesday in Crowu Hill Cemetery, Indiauopolis, by the side of his dojd and on'y boy. The funeral was attended by many of the distinguished men of all parties from every State of the Union. The capitil city of Indian opolis was in a clrud of mourning. The statesman's last words, 'I am free at last,'' were profuaely hung in draped windows, a sunbeam in the gloom. Bishop Knickerbocker of the Episcopal church conducted the re ligious exercises. The day w.is rainy, but the im mense crowd stood in the falling slee...

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 December 1885

w iJi i" &. r. i - u I iw- l&l ( r.-u r 'J y - -v -4 LOCAL ITEMS. Tho Infirmary Directors will meet in regular session it the Infirmary on next Monday. i." ..Loc.al ArJvertisiiisJrilended for. -tf-- tms issue vjas crowFed out. 'It will appear rexi-Veek. The Commissioners will meet in regular session nest Monday. The session will be an important one. Thos. P. Johnston will open a branch Insurance office in Nelson- ville.Gen.J. H. Wolf will have personal charge. Mm Kern, an pld citizen of our town, died on Nov. 24th at the ad vanced age of 84. A proper obitu-'-kry-will appear next week. Mr. Geo. Bright, after a pleas- - ant visit to Tennessee has return- rt ' red borne, and is at his accustomed f? ' . ' . . r- . pjace at Phil, blisher s. " , 4 m MARRIED. At the residence of Nathanial Hartsock, in Benton township, -Nov. 28th; 1885, by T. D. VVoods. Mr. Joseph Her to Miss Iiaura.E. Springer, all of Hocking county; 0. ,' ; On last Friday night burglars at tempted to effect an ent...

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 December 1885

-:&. ' "-"?"" vy-VTi. -y - 'r " '-"-' - M,irj-a.-f.,. .TSAeAn 'tf-Tia,-.Mr.V-jJLJ mv'.1.' : cyni: - i-ii'yyyiw '."A"' Tli Losan Woolen Mills k Mammoth Collection, itir loos cJLtMaBocaian5s33ciEaal IS3 32$ -AIIE NOW READY- -OF- TO RECEIVE WOI r"'i TO MAXUFACTDHE INTO M At15 I ( -755 s .Satias y&3iAihi&&a v o wss' j Y t? iASO SHISTS o r. ss TT Zy " l-jj,tf fcrf wflnw -KEEP A FULL "TOOK OK- 1 vt 3 -m iaj Cj nf jT r fip 1 Kl E3 EX c3 Eat JL 1 tc " " " i ii i iCj' aj E-' OE" n 51 FLAflflELS, BLAHKET8, We wonld call special attention tooar full l!no of aet PLAIN & FANCY CASSIMERES, Al?. ready to receive Wool to Can! in Rolls or Card and Spin for eulumers. Fulling and JDre-sinjj done in a workmanlike man ner. A full slock of Goods suitable for Farmers, Mechanic?, Mer chants, or men of anv profession, which I '.vilj sell cheap for cash, orexchnnsofor Wool. VAOOB E. TIUTSCH, 1'an. June 11. 1885 3m Ft iptzjy1k- C'a55 asad ee tSae : 19 iO ye ip kjBlivUUb Kk O ' rjQk At 23 e...

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. — 10 December 1885

c Stt. c. J r 1 t "jSWWPVjaTc1"' fr-d&5Sr - ssmMrr; '" -" '--s ' -'J-" yny.jr:w.t)rs'T-:l"v'r,?0' ' ' -Eiae Seaa.tl3a.eSL i CKING CIRCULATION 3500 UMCKXi.'TION S2.00 PER YEAR. --. 9 -r w' i -' j LEWIS GREEN, . BDITOBANDP30PBIJSXO, sL JL JL jj. . Easiness cards olOvu lines oi lens p annum.. , . ijl nple luncmncements of marrlagesand de.Mis. tin l -church and benevolent bociety aa-loa Inserted free. Any additions to ooltaary nolicaswlllbe charged Scents per 'v r . " " LOGAN. OHIO. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, L885. MMBM'31 VOLUME 44, w( .t . , , i.-it i, 'SP'- - , 0 c Afr 1 u iC ay-y.L--rvgsS r-iJaj5Skgaa.gaU 'A.",:. -'.irrrreK" """ -'''- -'-- - i.--i-v '- 7gTiirMBFiMS Sentinel. 1 XT XT' rto L g.-xrTT. X H - A W The Best Wine Last EoCnnaesJd: But etiil the first was rood, rr.f si1l.ral,Mll11 w rouciit hor verybest; Turnins the suuHliiuemlo huee of blood, ..i .i j -i . !, But 'this tbo Master brings; His silent eye Hushes the sm.shmc of a loitering-year; Bo su i. o auc.ts ftr heaven is p...

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 December 1885

SCES"5k, 1 S -A . 9 ? M ,' I II' I ' II! LEWIS UREEN, MDtTOK AHDP ROPrUKTOR . fSRXS PER YEAH, 2.00- Thursday, Dec. 10, 18S5. CJOXGttESS, Caress asscmhle-1 last Monday. V" Gen. Logan vas tendered the po- sition of president pro tem of the. "Senate, virtually UieYice Preii vtleiicy,bune declined the" honor. " The compliment was due to Gen. "Logan. He was the Republican -Candidate f'-rVice President, and defeated Jt nn'y n few votes. His 'declination WiisnT:inly,and tinder all the cfrcurwtauco-j, a sacrifice of powtious th-st only heroes make The Senate then elected John Sherman president pro tem. Uu accepted the position, and is now, siidejr the law of succession, sue otoili.tu'the Preside;: cy,iii the event W'CIeVekn(l'dc-t1i. .- "TBePtMdeht-i message appears lac where.- BMilk f V4erbllu -AVilham IL Vandcrbilt, the' great -railroad king, JieiJ of apoplexy at lus home in Nw York city, on Taeeday afternoon. Oe was bav- inga conference with Garret of thp - B,'& 0.', when, in moment ...

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 December 1885

ELI i Wt - TtW'V .- T V V V LOCAL ITEMS. Reber Go. as usnal lead in Holiday Goods. The Infirmary directors visited New "Lexington on Monday jast, on official business. m m Mr. Bart Green, manager of '"''ttinAna Vmmanma ,. 7m TVtfvnn t9t (TlDluuiiiuiua nu ill jiugau wu business Wednesday last. Mr. Howdyshell of jCeflar Grove, paid the Sentinel office a pleasant visit on Tuesday of this week. Sober & Co. are this week open 'lag the largest line., of Holiday Goods to be seen in the Valley. Reinpel's Bazar, Opera House rooms, presents immense attrac tions daily, for the Holidays. Young and old are amazed at the in a handsome cash donation as a slight token of their apprecia tion of his services as organist at Smith Chapel in the Sabbath immense display of handsome . School and Church service. Gifts, and Ferdie and his lady assistants. are kept busy showing the beautiful goods to purchasers. The "kids' are having a pic-nic. JOhi Kriskinkle and the sick In dian is too much for them. C...

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 December 1885

Efs? utr.y i .T-n-r" -rt.rt-VaMTrrt. ,rrr" ' -f TT X " Discrimination of Colors. TWi estimation of color beinj con ecad with the impression produced npon the retina, it U readily to bo seen nai the human eye will not always Sualiy well perform that function. 10 liferent poiut3 of the retina are not alike ready to appreciate colors. To distinguish the details of an object. It Is necessary to direct the look to ward it, or iii other words, to produce an imagine upon the central region of the retina, where the acutcnoss of physiological perception is much the greatest. Tiie same is the case for col ors. When we keep the look in a certain direction, and put a colored body in the visual Held in anch a way that its im.-.;r is produced laterally we re mark thai the notion of color is more and more weakened as wc remove frcm ccn:ral virion, and disappears at the limits of the field. Hut the met im portant fact is, that . in the different views the colors are not distinguished from one anoth...

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 December 1885

-rtJcP3r -3 s 5r o : C. - - A S V :. - GTlaue iSerLtlriel- :'?; fj ENTINEX MmMmi etttlal wi CIRCULATION 1500 5 ft fc b:4 ki m e a w. SUBSCKUM'IOX $2.00 lEK YEA If. J& JLsTizJri ffet- Business c.artlsol five lines orle ft P .. annum. Simple unancements ofmarriages&nu i deaths, and church .ami benevolent society uoticas inserted free. Any additions to obituary notices wlllbe charged ocentsper LEWIS GREEN, UOIXORAKDPROPMKTOB. EERMS TER YEAR, 2.0G- VOLUME 44, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY DECEMBER 17, 1885. NUMBER 35. uufjUj'ti i i Rrrfiaf?sisarras?g ...mu. , , .-sptfKttete. " " - - - - - Vf nxTx p?-rfv R P Pv S Fi -,,,, , fir a I t i& e 4SL. JL A.JL-- E-Jgfa h 'it rhi. Hi Hi, Wood -Mantels, Grates -AND- Why buy an ar'.icle from sec ond or fhiitl hands when yu:i can buv iliit'c'. of the maker? Yoi I his i-? frequently done from lack ol'knowledge as lo who manufacture. Ten to fi'tv tier c-miL is rained r 1 ta fes m W 1 in actual value. vh?u buying oijjnever.. paTiic:ar. Sj-ecial care...

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 December 1885

r JIMUMMWyW m- gfgCTPTac.v.'Aum..- k .;.j7.v"-',rt.wgsggg fefi jr iml ?uai assail -' LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR ANDPBOPRIETOB. FEHMS TER YEAK, 2.00- -Ae5 -2 V'K ' ;i .i-".ys ? UrZr?. i-. "ssr Th wrs'lny, Dec. Tl. .-w.tJ-- ' 3--. , ZTZ. t ... - - ,- tK.l-ja jw?'o-, ir vr-..--rrO .'"WNtijvu J --:- We iitrewitli vnhn.lt to vou our Finaii pvvt: i r. .--- v- - 's-N''A. ciul K-;ort for tb.' year ciuiiiiK tliu tlist Tri"-5V"'-.J;jjita'-j Monday in September, 18S3, a-j follows. iS-s'V towit : ISSr. TliC Ohio Scaalc Ic:i:ocrjiilc. T.'jo Supreme Court of Ohio, whom the question of tlio Hamil ton county e'vcHmi was referred to for final decision, liavo tlcculeil that the election of Democrats is U'nl, and ordered the clerk to issue cer tificates of election to the Democrat ic candidates for the Senate and the House. This makes the Senate Democrat ic and will prevent any re-distric-t-inj or reorganization of the public institutions. The only changes likely to hj undo will be in the Board of Penitentia...

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 December 1885

SETHESSSHS BMai&wyiiJPCTpqnggaaaaritaatiff ASb i Mir- h 'vajHW'jawiKisariafca .- i v I j; - v vt II &r' i n i. -A - fl LOCALITIES. 'Turtle Soup at Yank Mc Carthy's every Saturday night. Dec. 17 tf. Fresh Candies at Tipton's. - Fresh Bulk Oysters at Tipton's. ilrs. Anna Bartley wasbtmcri on last Sunday. .Reber & Co. Holiday Goods. as usual lead' in Full line of Carts aud Wagons at Comley & H logins. Boy's Sleds. Cart? and Wagons at Comley & Higgins. . t. : Ladies and Misse3 Hoods at Tipton's. new Wool Full line Rope Halters and Cow Ties at Comley & Higgins. Full line of Horse" Blankets, Lap Robes at Comley & Higgin9. i -tt Mrs. Culberson, mother of John Culberson, died on last Sunday. Col. W. A. Taylor made a fly ing visit lo Logan on Tuesday. Ladies, Misses, Childrens and Gents new Underwear f.t Tipton's Full line Ammunition, Powdor, Shot Wads, Caps at Comley & Higgins- m m Closing out our entire stock of Tinware and Stoves at cost at Corn ley & H...

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 December 1885

i F A Primitive Postal Service. Th" commonest type of Indian post rtnmur, or "Tappal wallah,1' wears a long white coat, very ti;lit trousers in close his Iran legs, and liia headdress is a hngo light blue turban. His jjfttcr liag is slung on his side, and it is neces sary that ho shonld bo a good linguist, and be ablo to read a great variety of strange, crabbed characters, for sever al of tho multitudinous lauguages of Hindostan are written lu quito distinct, characters, all of which are alike in comprehensible to our untutored eyes. Tho rural letter-carrier of Hindostau carries a long stick with a sharp iron point, which can bo used as a weapon in case of peed. Tho stick is adorned with nix little brass bells, which serve to frighten away reptiles and dangerous animals, and also to give notice of the approach of tho post. Tho danger from wild beasts is, in somo districts, a Very real one, tho "tappal" runnors through tho forest districts in the south of Ceylon having occasionally h...

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