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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 December 1885

V v --- S6sl C t. t T"7 h It TV". 'ji''i"'a --.- ttffi. y 'ffii !WTm i-asyro'Kpigr: ?ffi"rafiEif-jraMV,-.wfc.r :.ll-.'&, V.j.wy.g jao-g TOa.e Sexa-tlnel. TTT? CIRCULATION 3500 SU3SCRIPT10X $2.00 1JSK YEA!!. 1 A- t urines sards ulflvo Hues orle r.t y aannm. Stmplo announcements ofmarrlsgessud tr Aaattis, aud church and benevolent bociely LEWIS GREEN, B DIXOB A5D PBOPBMTDK . IEB2IS PER TEAR, 2.C0- VOLUME 44, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 24 1885. moncea inserted rree. Any additions to obltaary .notices wlllbc charged Seen ts per NUMBfiB 36. - - Mlrn-j'Tf .-- jj--tw jVTriiu iWlig '"n"!!! I ill m il I I I II in i. . i i i . . CI ?2 P r f- v Hk a: -it -L HI i King Bu&lie aud Copperhead. Dr. S. and iis brother T7oro riding on horseback tlong a country road is South Carolina when their steeds sud denly manifested alum. Tho riders looked about them to ascertain the cause of the fright, when they discov ered two snakes in the road just ahead of them, preparing for battle. A copper-...

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 December 1885

v-: i y SmJmuu..iu. ijl.- -.uxvtmtimk hf .W.IWhltiMWi-yiMf-tftTHl4tfJi-mfflwi . f yn iJ3S pmiC.jiwM mia!w2ij'jg r.-mhKr 'y.stj t: JpnfiinjL LEWIS GREEN, BDITOR ASDPBOPIUSTOR . PER3IS PER YEAR, 2.00- Christmas Time. Thursday, Dec 24,' 1885. It is Christ mas time, not by the calendar alone, but. in every home and in every heart. The spirit of it, which is good will and loving kindness, is everywhere. Childhood, youth and old age are moved by it, and with the hap py, hope and memory are one. Christmas is childhood's festival, and once again all of us have be come as little children. The hard and good will. Children of all ages and conditions haunts the shops and stand guard over the show windows, and marvels greatly at the mysteries and the magnifice of life. They have had their way this week. The streets and the shops are for them. Or dinary traffic is suspended, and under the influence of the times, commerce fades away and be comes only the interchange of magicians' secrets and the d...

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 December 1885

?-- S . ""N. I n t. 5 H A- "rr v- i A-.1 Jjjta TTrTff LOCAL ITEiS. TnrlleSnnoat Yank Mc Carthy's every Saturday night. Dec. 17 If. The Sundaj School Festival nt the Episcopal Chapel, will he held Christmas night at 6:30 o'clock. Rev. Dr Keudrick will preach in the Episcopal Chapel on Christ mas morning at 10:30 o'clock. All are invited. ? Mr. Lee Cresap desires, the pub lic to know that he has for sale sheet music, of all kinds, vecal and instrumental. Mr. J. R. Calvert, of Koci Bridge, oneamons tho oldest patrons of Iho Sentinel, made tins office a very pleasant call on hist Tuesday, Mrs. Scally, of New Lexington, has been visiting in Losjan Ihe last week, the guest of her niece, Mrs. Arthur McCortney. . - m Mr. Wm. Woodruff's family who have been seriously ill from typhoid fever for thepasttwo weeks, are, we are glad to hear, all improving, with good pros pects of recovery. Mrs. Jane Mowry, of Green township, died of typhoid fever on Thursday of last week, at the residence oj her ...

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 December 1885

.Gf't.l gffrWfyyg;.-!Wi.W)!;4:...i .i.wu wj '."-Wii'.'.Ktfy.'-yyTy-":."..?: ;aaj aHwcFfsrmrsaBsaEagg"-! .iiVirii'i-irj"-"'i-Mtrir "TmTznj Wg, I 15 EB ? WVa Piwii faff i -rr'-?---'t-;iT,vr-?-' ROUTE. mt Wtra Between the EAST & WEST, SOUTH isv SOUTH, "This Great Thronsrh Eonte is "now Completed and in Poll Operation, running through Pas senger Trains daily, as follows : 3Three solid trains each wa7 between Colnmbns. Indianapolis and Peoria 3Two trains each way betireen Coluna- ou5, xuaianapoiis ana .uecstur. Two trains each -way between San dusky, IndlREnpolls Peoria and Dee&tnr. STTwotraluB each iray between San dusky, Dayton and Cincinnati. ssuThro trains each day oetwcen San dusky ,SprlngColdnd Colambtis. 3Foar trains each wny between Colon bn,Sprlngali, Dayton and Cincinnati. BtsTwotj-a;nseaeh way between Colum bnlsprlng&eld,Iudlanapoll8& Chicago. With SlccpIcgandReellnlngChair Cava on Night Traina, and elegant Parlor and modern Day i.'ooches on Day Trains. Its tra...

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. — 31 December 1885

t3 yWMWlTsgCTAlfct. Sexi.tlri.el. -g rw Ire JpiiiliiicL on F.NT "FT.T . rT IS 1T CIRCULATION 1500 ' n 2" J M JfaccEy! pjs-S ft a b i . s. i .a 4n SUBSCRIPTION ?.00 PJMt YEAR. 9 i fttir' .JS2L- r" W- - t v fc LEWIS GliEEJf. ftulnes cardsof five lines orlo .: p annnm. Simple announcements ofmarriagcsaml deaths, and church and benevolent eocicty notices inserted free. Any additions to obituary notices will be charged 5centspcr BOITORAWD?i;OPWMTOR. LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1885 NUMBER 37. VOLUME 14, PERHS PER YEAR, i.00- ,. , ,. ir-mi in i nni limn 'Hi fr.n"1- ii'Li". lumnmtvmuM. ..fWSaBtr5g WMTWWBr TT I MU M JMgJMPJTBBCPHnlPJIHPBHBHJTWBKffH t gPb'BJM " " r M.J" VpJ KING IN Kfc AW I- tf -- Jr itei IiiTe is Worth Living. There are few instances ot men of genius lamenting their failure to achieve wealth, or in fact position, so cial or politic, or even literary. Their moments of exaltation arc such as mediocrity dreams not of and are com pensatory. "You will be writing vers- es...

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. — 31 December 1885

gsiAajj..yaAj',s, nw"' '-'"'"-' "! -""'- w JJIl.tBkW,WraJ--AJtJ..63AtP.aLVit ..'- , J fej !! -WS '..wWiW.im'. " .tjy.'jr!viMavMt.iiiHM(Huaa ,ii.g.IA..j-jj...,.i...i . .nwmvw yavBiy-Tymgy 1 3f ft e BntiksL LEWIS GREEN, BDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS FER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Dec. 31, LSS5. Mr " Rempel, as the Cincinna ti Commercial' Gazette, tilles.Hoad y's long-term "Republican' trustee of ?vo Penitentiary, will not resign unless the lair now giving about $20. per day'for ecrvices rendered, is rcpea.ed. The meat and other contracts nreimma'eritl to the pa triotic, self ecrificing, Provost Marshal. The first duty of the Legislature js to abolish the sabryof one thous and dollars a year paid to the trust ees of the peni'entiiiry. -No other trustees of Slate institutions get any. pay for se vices. Why pay the penitentiary trustees, wlw accor d ing to their report, have made a miserable fai'uro m the manage ment. A reorganization can be ef fected so far as Hoadley's long term trusteo is c...

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. — 31 December 1885

v - .n -m Lfc - ra- aiT e i jj --" - Tj-ry.'j, ,-, JL J'y Y r-rrSW. -WV "..- ,-' -" rSSSi g-....- .vyxy- Sr:?r'.W 51v;4,.jiiyysyF5ri Varft-flVWX.&iil .TIW in " i r 'i " LOCAL ITEiS. JW Turtle Soup at Yank Mc Carthy's every Saturday night. i n Joseph Beck spent the holiday's with his parents, in the city, The yourm folks will have a dance at II art man's Uall to niglifT m - Mr. and Mrs. Rolit. Woajc give a party at their residence this evening. m m Ed and Pete Recktenwaldt, of Pt. Plrasant, are spending: the holidays in Logan. Mr. Francis Kessler, who has been very sick from typhoid fe ver, is getting well. The trial ot Houston for the Vrocdlive rebbery is !i progress in KeW L Mr. Micke has been employed as book-keeper at Molherwells. He still continues in charge of the collection department of the Gas Company. - a E Mr. Louis Dc-lp, I ho popular cleric at Hart mans, is lying seri oitsdv sick at his home in Fur- nacelown. suffering from wounds received in the army. Mauried On 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. — 31 December 1885

W:: --? Sil i. sr- r-A 'ajrt, R?'st .-.-- r-g? -j& cr ,!T-j3r.ffl'.'.it.-...J-'i-.-j.. aw ...rjryr.. :-? v.vj. . ?rnM.'i,-.J -!,', wwj, vvw.iTLap.gyJvwy l&Xtt,'r-yi3!Pl!f?vrrTr,w-'"''.!V'!- "ns.i-'--..-?gj.i:JT..l2g i'...fi-M1-yj.m.iajjii ' '-'"mrMTTMn nil i n i i i n i . ,,,. , . ; " - - ITlf '- l ' W -T. '-- .-. t t TM12 SCWxVN'KH RIVER. A 1. crptlnn of t!n Iti-uuUfuI Fcsncrj Xhrongh Which It Flaws. The other dny two or three of us, boon cciDpatjions-wulI, there were some thirtyiorCforty in the excursion went to that sjipt famous in song and Btory the Suwaneo river. Tho riiie to the gulf has already been described; suffice it to say thnt the trip was swift and agreeable. The jiiuglt:a hud lost none of their beauty, the splendid magnolias were in bloom, the grand oaks were garlanded with -gigantic grapevines, and the mos was as gray, silken, and fantastie as ccr. Gi'ie takes a small steamer going for some distance along the galf, and, after a night's rest looks from the she...

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. — 7 January 1886

Cy 35 j; "& , iSugiW! tevijgwawji.v'gssat' Lrr M -w . -mits . i rtK . ja. I .j.3. . "U-- "Sli 1-ii -:,i. ii ?.v easai- . -- V (SSfi-; .-,-Vj .. i . ipi jju.1 .,,,., ..py ' ' 'in r-: ,.JI,Mt.l."JL'J 3?iie Sentinel. s GJROULATION 3500 m 5 CM NTIN -.V.M mtvavaL .; SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 I'EC TEAR. 1 n. LEWIS GREEN, ditor A5D ?aof itfaxoift . " Bailnois cards of five lines orlo ts p i annmn. - CHlmple announcements ofmarriagesand leatlw,aid ohur.'Irund benevolent boeiety uolicjjs Inserted iVec. Any additions to obUutif-ynoticcswIllbo charged ocentsper VOLUME 44, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 7, 1886. NUMBER 38. ESRHS PES YEAS, 1.00 SSOi . li v - It V r a 3?" T T-TFr ETL 1' ,Y P rs J& f. e ,r t y 4, 3- -N f- I S I" -!--, F T i . r I I 111 -j A Head of Expenses Three or four commercial travelers were seated in the sniokinr car amus ing themselves as commercial travelers are wont to do. -Their conversation was not altogether of the price of goods or the probabilities of orders, but oc...

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. — 7 January 1886

bsssssposs A V , w r .- 'AaciB- , f - I5s . -1 WaasgEBStoife'l'i.KfK-1 lvJ-.,XlltiJ-:?- arcnut.' umtUBli M ? 1 K' t- ' K t J U ;. IW R A 7 "y ' i Sr W LEWIS GREEK. B DITOR AXDPIWWRiiS'rOiB . rs-jxs per year, s.oo- i (X?. . - - - " r t. r X- -"-. 3 -i. v.-X - m THE LEGISLATURE. The Ohio Legislature met and organized on last Monday. O'-Neill, of Zanesville was elec ted Speaker pro tan ot Senate, and Entrekin, of Ross, chosen as tiers, and a bravo soldier and gal lant Gfficer in the revolutionary ar my, who died a patriot's death Avhile in (be service of his country ! j "Colonel Gibson, knowing that nStnlmn f!rPG'ii hiJ in nnrtinirnt Speaker. Ihe usual officials were rf in wAy in IB ,mmer of Lo. appointed. I i.e House, winch is kindred at YeIow Crfiek ;,n republican, m accordance with 7m-diatelvaflor the close of the very the parly policy chose a stout, ?rilrlled YeciUl, of bis ii.jnriea, cor- heart v nejiro for one of its clerk?, ,. ,,, !,.,. ,., , - , 4 '- ... reeled Locan s impressi...

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. — 7 January 1886

v. && ;:-3ferfrUfr'w',!!." r - i i & -. -' ;z m- - if nil lit & I? n V V t V St P LOCAL ITEMS. Turtle Soup at. Yank Mc Carthy's every Saturday night. Mr. George Gage has returned from his western trip. Webb Fcgton and family, of Nel fonville, visited in Logan last week. SheriffGalligher is making a good start. H eis a bly assist ed by a good deput-, Dan Wright. Geo. Irving Tlioinpson, Iialf brother of Andy Sickles, died at Eelsor.ville, yesterday. Air. Will Price has returned from a viait among friends arid relatives in Circleville. Alforneys Wright, Burgess and Bright, are attending Courc in i ew Lexinsl en, litis week. Freddie Keller, of Winchester, has been visiting relatives in the city the last few days. Col. J. W. Bower., former Editor o' the McAr hur Enqu'rer, is in tl e! city this week visKng friends and relatives. About one thousand dollars of ock has been subscribed tor the purpose of sinking a well for nat ural gas. A large number af our rcpres-eti tative ...

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. — 7 January 1886

F5fe E58p?K&y$v vv. r?3 i ?- Wj& -' Sl U LV 1 E553 22 A Primitive Pn?t-.i Servic Th- commonest lj8 of Indian post mane:, or "Tappal" wallali," wears & long white co.it, Tcrv tight trousers in dose his Iran logs, iinJ his headdress is a linge light bluo turban. Ills Jettcr bag & alung on his aide, and it is neees ry that ho should bo a good liuguist, and bo ablo to read a great variety of. Btr&nge, crabbed characters, for sever al of tbo multitudinous languages of Hindostan xro written in quite tli'itmct characters, all of which ars alike in comprehensible to our untutored ejes. Tho ruial letter-carrier of Hmdostau Carries a long stick u ith a sharp iron Eoint, which can bo used as 3 rrcauon t caso of need. The at;ck is adorned With six little brass bells, which serve to frighten avaj reptiles and daugorous animals, and also to givo notice of tho approach of tho pot. Tho dnngcr from wild beasts is, in soma districts, a Tory real one, tho "lappal" runners through t...

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. — 14 January 1886

: "-.5Siv s:t?r -st?; v'v:- - - 1 -$ j ".fA . 7; . j ) - 7 -.x? -!-: i .-- ,vr?rgrTry jt-y-- qafc, r - gr-eaaacsagg.yrt'--rT' vi'trtis1tyv; t---e.j ESSTESSSSS: ::' :t. 'iNiTi';rt--fci 3to.e Sen.tasi.sil f "?Ci a ? 3 X SI1 is.i fr r ir "IT 3 ... . - 1 n T O I E CIRCULATION 1000 t! a 4 H 0 j-j S3 & fi; E ft 1 i m 8 s ? V IS .Si SUBSe&Xi'l0X 62.00 I'iHl YEAR. Sv. " Ow r."t"e ---i- W -r3ffyyjy3 , ,?- . T . -b-. , R-istnajooardsot five Hues o utaum. IC p . tjl-jiyls announcements of marrlEgc6e:iiI xloatUs.aml church and benevolent society aatlcs? insartel free. Any additions to o"Jltaary notices villbe charged 5centpci VOLUME' U, LOGAN, OHIO: THCB,.SDAI. JANUARY 14. 1886. NUMBER 39. f?22K5 ?S2Xa, 8.00 Rl 4t Lt-""5 ??regrpy?5gz ' '- rt-- "- - ' .... . ... . - . . .1. i r i - -- ' -" - i ' in' ' TT71T' H t. i ij b '-vs. 5 esf i S3 S " P B J I I V 33. . - I II ! I 11 I I ! I I II ' 1 1 i tr f f- h a ,tS i. . H A -r.i Ml Y'l v I ; J f r , - ' ' - - - T I t The Kali- oi"Aiin Arts ir S...

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. — 14 January 1886

rrr,;-. -v-,. .1 , reya-STrasr jsj.7 Krr.v ,a .-as""' -"J. .-?a. T Si- r4Sf ,.- .v .... jPO- "- 4 FKe. I r-ol -40!:i R-nss: -XES 22232ES2! W.rf.!WAW. gy- ,'N.',rr,'-:ra"i!g-gz-- p-l rj A E f i i V r I 4 r Si -. 4l ; W i , s :s - -- C ayttyy-' JV---J-' - v i iiji . uw y - i B DITOR ASDP&OP&S2TOIt fIRSS PES YEAB, s.oo. Tlmrsclay, Jan. 14, 18-36. Forater, a Republican, :ofien eively partisan" as a candidate, will be the Governor of Ohio, giving justice and. a fair count to all the people of our great Stale. His Inaugural address is remark ably free from partisan feeling, and we tr.ke it as a good omen that in his administration "the flowers ril3 grow ever the garden wall of politics"' in Ohio. Governor Foiaker, in his in augural addiess on last Mondny, insists upon the preservation of the canals of the State. The Governor evidently don't talce dinners at the Penitentiary. Senator Welsh has introduced a Bill in the Senate, aiming to abandon a part of the system ot Public Works o...

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. — 14 January 1886

1 1 1 r" -r gi "-' j7 fx. t r L V f r.w.v'jmin..' .-.w .' .-sjj.,.! r.w.;-f,-..'-:T.i: i -- - .'..rT-'iT;?' m tolAWfi.'AA-i.lfw 'wwwysiiJ'.T.'a LOCAL ITE.IS. Earning; of Hoist House at Gore. Gore, O., Jan. 12. The hoist house of the Columbus end Bock- Co3:isabus, Ilocliias audi To ledo Election. Tho annual meeting of stochhol- Turtle Soup at Yank Mc Carthy's every Saturday night. Hon. C. H. Bnerhaua spent Sunday -will) Ins family in Logan. Auditor Bowen went to Co iambus to-day on official bus- inetc. m A protracted meeting is in pro gress at the M. E. Church, Rev. Burns in charge. The ice harvest is in its season. The ice on the canai is from six to eight inches thick. m m Col. Rempel entertained a number of leading Republican citizens from Logan at his Peni tentiary, on St. Jackson's Day. a o Donavin's Original Ter.neesee ans v.ill appear at Eempel's Op era Hous9 to morrow (Friday) evening. Go and hear them. Chris Roller in tends discontin uing the manufacture of Cigars on the 1st...

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. — 14 January 1886

v li&& , T-T "J-- - . - t .jS SXiSjK23Cr2S!!rrl?5 '5&si:Si TtfirNWsr! S333S - capital TH E nu Dry Goods Store. Sa8 i.d-i 3c. Friend A C Il.msworth Joiia Etartey Jos PaiVs Wm SwackSiammcr W Bwacihamaior Alaca VI w yt nw se r.o . ... pts Jinc" pt s Ji lie UJ .... S2 .... 11 . 15 ... '(7 .... 4 .... 41 4"3 in. 4'irrn, O SO 313 IS 123 ai. -0- 720; 4J; 356 34 & The f ollewlns is a list of Land! and Town Low In the County orHo2klu; and Slats of Ohio, returned Delinquent by Ell J. West, Treasnrer of said County, ror the unpaid Taxes or 1881, charjed with n penalty of 15 per centum, together with tho Taxes for tho current yoar iddsU, to-wit : For the yesr 1885. BENTON TOWNSHIP. Ward Township. 7 i .. O W C & I Co 13 Eima same 1 s-trtie " same .." ."' " Gonx-ttT U o v o a i co ;.. same Hirr.-v J a . Joiifi, 11 ',y Newton Wash . Newton Is.iuu ."'.". " ;" O W C & I Co same came " same....... csnm 23 Ovarii ,000 garments to eeloct from. We will show you the best made, bes...

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. — 21 January 1886

jVI r-, -" r--:T . A ,' 3? JV -r! 1f Vf45 '.J -ZZji " i3ej-f b' -?r i 5Sv22S3S2ES22ESS3 trsSsZ&ssz t.a&i&aatfefrw-vtfat- 8. A-. ti f r--. RI . S mmfe CIRCULATION 15-30 rv s r-:x h i J.siiL- ? J flIPISOa 88,00 PBS YEJLtii. I , :. i -J B , b a irmse. wihrsa5.isso-.Ji1 i JS0SWI3 GE$E2f, 3-Taan3 aar Je of flys lines orlo es jiimla anaonnse meats of lasrrlegessnd liiths, and church and ucncvolr&t uociety u)Ucos Inssrtu-1 free. Aay additions to i205&rissa3?33Olfc. YQLUIE 44, LOGAN. OHIO, THUBSBAI. J KM KM. 21. 1881 JffCMBEE 4Q. J o-It-iary an liaoswlllba charged Oecat&por Jl . riis3 ss ysah, Aa&CX53ttL Utfm i III. m tt?v?T7r?r?"K:':'- ------"1-;- ia.. -..-;,'----; -"V1-- -v?L.v'.'-,"i rsAV-iirf-UiiCZIiZr-r-v'--.--..'-." .,-TV";-i:...?oyTTr- ;.-xsr 1 JbiK nQCJKJLNli r re r . ; , ...... i .'.U..".V '-- ' ' r k BSfes . I -jww. wmPTlTT r. -r,-,M i,gTT7BTJnnll l ;rfCS5WMMI i ri t i- 11 r- i i s , f 1; 7 THs- QEmru&Y- mmm?mm for &S5-0. $ i 1? IS I remarkable ...

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. — 21 January 1886

. ---T . fcv - -?W-' vlUof EsrSr I jt -H.4- f05 sswc.a-ja&iarffrT?t,5L-s-; sii.-ik. -.ffiijB rvrr? j? mr .-. isSSSSuSfe. ss&jsr-ir gsp,s -'- Vj " 5M?. -! rS-rte-rfSC I tf "j - 'Srr i r'' 'J-'T; " T-fJr5'3 , Stmw4 - ' I -5 -.fcSeSI c -M y--5s: - , K PaS? -ss; , --CM . - V ' ...a.wwl-M-nm-'m ..iwwm cs Pig ftlltUSf! 7 1 . 3 t LEWIS GREEN, " --'Vf- E DITOR A2D?R0PRIEWIR . Thursday, Jan. 21 y 1SS0. Gen. Grosvenor will please ac cept our Llianks for daily copies of the Congressional Record. Presidential Succession. The Ilouseof JKeprescntatives, after voting down amendments and substitutes, passed the Pres idential Succession bill as it came from the Senate, bv a vote of 3 S3 ayes to 77 nays. The nega tive vote was composed of lie publicans with two exceptions. The affirmative vote was made up of 145 Democrats and 35 Re publicans. As 1'iesidenl Cleveland will sign the bill as soon as it reaches him, tho Presidential succession may bo considered arranged for beyond any contingency ...

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. — 21 January 1886

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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. — 21 January 1886

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