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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 April 1884

ti $H 3T-T. I , I I J. f ,,l -vL" I T?a .r.tWtf.'Bf;i.JH'-fJtfr' 'fcg.'J 5cwwwwaa(Mwfrrff ftfa lie jjftttiiill. 'UA ENTINEL. - 7THE 0FFI8IAL PAPKtt OF: HOCKIHC COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION 2.03 PER TEAR. ADYERTISLKU HATjU. Ouo Square . . S KjcuaUdltioimllnsertloa;. I UatUa0erjroar,.....i... Local notices per I!Ba..i.. 1 Yearly adyertiseaaenU- Sic Aer otliaa LOGAN, OHIO, THftlSDAl APHIL 17, 188d. MMIM 1. VOMJMES, L. GREEK, KDITOR AXD PUOPRlMTOJU fr --i - The MOGKING fcj' A u rr & i J ij ir AXyrJi.iLur M&ugh 7 my c TV 7- if ? ! IS FnNBJJTTERT . r--AJ J.llKyiiaWltll - i: i.i "iirJV vtJ UU sssS-l F1?r51IFclIenefcftr JC.OUiraH)lx.D. i.cwKinnx.a.D. ;uv . ii.a !, vtard over tn CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, ' be a health promoter; but fuh dees Physicidh's & Surgeons " fi!l the W" when a man needs r pbyse, on tbe other hand people take Ala local Surgeons for OH V 4TR. R. too lUUell physic. They Would be eme,ouedoorwo6tor xvork Bawer-. niore healthv, live longer and onjoy lore, Logau, Ohio. may....

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 April 1884

X? ..wm.w.i)ll., S3S B2EK5ffia53EL3gSESSBSaS!ESESI22 Vifii -w 114. V." rt j:-.- . tr 4 ' :t".r: ii m j&S? liKWIS fcrKEJSK, JT"- "- - . - . -- ........ .-. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. .8& : :jl TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, April 17,1884 sKi i '' .The Re-SmlBatiB ef Jadsje Judge Friesner was linani- -a X anously renominated by accla v niation at the Cor.?enlion in -Uancaster, on Tuesday. The p J Secretary's" report, and a synop sis of tlie very able speeches on ;jjie;occasiou. will be published next week. Hocking county is proud of the ; honor conferred on her favorite son, and tenders thanks to the oiher counties, not only for the compliment to our candida(e,but ibr the. courtesy and attention shownjlo the Hocking Delega tion. Our county was represented by all the delegates chosen, except .one in Benton and two in Salt creek, and these delegates sent proxies. Besides the regular delegates, ; about fifty Democrats also at tended the Convention, as alter- ri. nates. The Delegates...

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 April 1884

"!BK3R-r ..rsjT-re--... 1 T r i s 1 it -1 .. iP- ." "-- U , K -k s "" -ec i. ' s LOCAL ITEMS. Workmen are engaged in prc - paring a calaboose on the City Building Lot. The public sale of Catharine JBrown, of Laurel township, will take place April 26th. Valuable stock, farming utensils and liiu.e ;vhold goods will be offered. Attention is called to the new advertisement of Mathias & Fi ling. These young gentlemen have a well supplied store, and invite the public to call and see them. , Messrs Bright & Wright have dissolved partnership. Mr. Bright will continue in the present office in James' Block. Mr. Wriuht -will open an office in the Acker Bnilding. The. Gentleman's Return Leap Year Party to-morrow night, in -McCarthy's Hall", promises to be ome of the most enjoyable social events of the season. Mayor Brehm has opened a - law'office in the City Building, next door to the Mayor s office, wherene will bVfound during bus iness hours,ready to attend lo the interest of his clie...

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 April 1884

'23s. fts ft r t 1 4 . i -t.j 3raTprara--"-rs...Jas?g. Helping tlie I'our. There is in England a system of homes for outcast children under the supervision of Lord Cairns and Dr. o Bernardo, in which over a thousand - . . . . traifs are sheltered, fed, clothed, and i given -the induntri&l tra'ning ncces-1 " arj to fit them for usefulness. In . Night and Day, a pamphlet publish ed in the interest of these homes, many instances are given of the rescue of individual chi'dren from .ruin. - J4'' One pathe'ic story is fold by a 1 v -dy livmg in Surrey. Several years "' go she was in a shop in London . ,. uJbujing lace and ribbon, and was in- terested by the bright, gentle face of th"e2joung.girl who Fold them to her jf liBefore leaving the shop, she hap pened to open thepackag,and miss J d a piece of valuable lace. The girl insisted that she had wrapped it up, but the shopkeeper a brutal "fellow, had hrr diaijgo.l to a private " Toom and scorched, and the lace was found on her. She wa...

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 April 1884

rt I i 2 PaL -gSSSgagSsSSSSaggsoftS - - 'TS-1 '- -r- -AJ-" -!i saagJigryjg?gg-?gj!4-.--L.w,i.! rfSpto!TS.'-. LV .nK- --gg iiL ill! i ! I III irnn.li'l Vi ..-S.-t , it uf r r p'il f -l lb Its JsntnwL i -i 'i. . 4 it"i"tp kTHPTTVI FT si .iir I' ".: c L m. !, "" 1 i-i. f I lT I K -J. , n-THB OFJJICI.iL IAIKU OF. H9SKIMS GQUNTY. -i n-n-rrifTl 3 gge,'-.n-m t AHTKRTISKNU 1UTI. a On Sqiiare... . . Each 'wIilitloiKil i nsertion. Cards per year, ...... LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDAI. APRIL 21 188! rr,; ,.7-Tr TTArTTTf? k- '1 NlMBER 2. SUBSCREL'f iOJT $'2.t ZZJZZL i VUJLiU JXtJli 40 Local notices Derllue . . 1 Am Yearly ad vortiscmen Is S1C0 erl L. GREEN. EDITOR AXI) PROPRIETOR. RS-il ntMrnM cs fed T 1 & ...sg k- hsassn:-a f l rjr! i a,' M S, JL I I I 3 jJi &-, P j -V V- &&? PHYSICIANS.- N EVER GIVE UP ,-v..-?-. i j Once. An Unsteady Island. dnrin in an open a heavy sale from the TX .... .- - ?- itlt lrvttr nnii I VSlil 11 YOU ilieSUIIBIIIIK 'Will " " ,,r!,-.,f-cn,n.,nn! 7 .r nivPSRI.I...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 April 1884

iI.X. jt . SJi fcMfcgfc IF .1M Pl lenity!, FBZBSNHB. LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, April 24,1884. Testimonials t Judge Fries- uer an the Occasion of lliH Kenomiiiatioii. Judge Gil more got a terrible rebuke from Judge Sil Pursell in the Gazette last week. Judge Gilraore wrote to Chan cellor Tickers an opinion on the Logan Election. This opinion Judge Pursell published, and fo show how little importance is at tached to Gilmore's opinion to Tickers, Judge Pursell proceeds in a column of erudition to give his opinion. The Democratic Council will . hold their offices, and Gilmore, Pursell and Tickers can amuse themselves if they wish, in wri ting and publishing correspond ence and opinions to their erudi ale heart's content. We are thus far inclined to put the higher estimate on Pursell's opinion. Gilmore gives his for nothing. Pursell's cost at least $2.00 for type eel ting. Circuit Ci:rts. The Legislature has passed a law dividing the State into S...

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 April 1884

si i; i if I I LOCAL ITEMS. It. Tipton is in- the city buy inghew goods for the spririg trade. Mrs. Gen John G. Breslih, of Huntington W.Va., hs been vis iting relati ves in LogatL Miss Sallie Borland, of Willow Island, W. Va., is visaing her coosins. Mr and Mrs T E. Baker of this city. There wM ! a grand opening dance at Slisher's Hall on Thurp day evening. April 24th. 1884. , Miss Eva Mingus and Miss Minnie Ryan, bf Athens, are vis iting Mr- and Mrs. John White. ' Miss Nellie Weakly of Lancas ter is visiting Miss Kate Roches ter. Read the new advertisement of Fike, Smith & Co. and see their mw styles f Bngeies, Wagons, Ac. Rev. J. N. Kippty, ot Lancaster, -will preach at'the Episcopal Chapel Thnradav oveninc. April 24th at 7 o'clock. All ar invited. Col. Weldy and Charley Rose left yesterday morning for a -week's visit to Washington City. They will be joined by Col. Jini Poston at Columbus. Dr. Magrnder, of Somerset, the " popular ex-assistant Physician of th Athens Asylum, ma...

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 April 1884

s r.STSj : nn I " V fi aesi r.-JsH' K SS332S3S3Ea2ES SEarSyTjiJo Fuuniluijjaml Wood Out itf. The verr earliest printers were prol)- ab'j-lhelr own ape foiir.ik-rs, and pos- j slbiyat limes tliolr own wood cutters' ton? Tint thlQ pnnnnJ.Yojr Innrr bv Iwirirt Uiottisfl. A mt. voMin ill? n wii;,.o- proa for the iirt time usually- slarteii - r- "f " .."..."ji C with a font of itpc winch lie had bought from some" aired v established Erinter. Thus, .T-icob lieilaert, at aarlem, bought type from Gerard i"5 -Lecn, -at Gou-Ju; Ihryo Jafiszorn, at -.ipy I3ydcn, began .printing witli type and gi. 3fc. cuts which had :.!rouuy jcuiT almost K -"worn out by 13 ''-e.-i at llaarlcm. Oi-j Iklany other instances of a like kind . -jSj might be noted whirethe type cJianged -'--' bauds, passing from a printer in one " town to a less "prosperous workman in V - another. So -soon as the new printer s.. - lad made a fair start ho generally --- bought or made for Iiim-tlt an entirely new font of type, which 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. — 1 May 1884

"51 -n- ZcC&?Z I wj?M u I v. 4 .4 -I aa&sbajcza'iMiMaaaa 1 I'EaijCata. 1 iiii u"1" 1 .::y5;sgg6i rgaass-saxasszasgftw-T t The i. '1h 7 Jie OGK entinel; THE OFFICIAL PA?KR OF HOGXINfi COUNTY. subscription $2.00 jeh year. I. 0REBK. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ADTERTISKiO KATrfg. One Square- . VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 1, 1884. m 3, EuehaddltlouallnitertiOB. M SOS IS Cardsper year,.. Locnlnotlce perUn Yearly advertisements Slii percolama 0..-.'.l e?agHfct?JteSgSa ?fc?jr ssk Sentinel. SfatW' INO - !'. J- it i l v PIERRE, 2Da,lotdi- The city of Pierre is the county eat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the geographical center of the proposed new Slate ef South Dakota, and ii opposite the center of the ureat Sioux: reservation. It is the prpsent terminus of the Dakota Central through Irnnk iine of the Chieago & Northwest ern Railway; i- distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through dr.ily trains with out change of cars...

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 May 1884

l JpMifiqjsl, LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. MONOPOLY ENDORSED. The Syndicate t'ompli ttientcri Working Men Insulted. TERXS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, May 1, 1SS4. The Republican State Conven tion selected four negroes as Al ternates to the Chicago Conven tion, for the State at large. The Convention also selected Al Brooke of Logan as an Alternate from this district. The original and proper alternate timber seems to have been exhausted before Hocking was reached. The Tote or tbe 4th Circnlt Court .District. The vete of our Circuit Court District is as follows : MAJORITIES FOR 1880. Garfield, 7767 Hancock, 5615 .Republican excess, 2151 MAJORITIES FOR 1882. Newman, 6164 Townsend, ' 4384 Dem. excess, 1816 MAJORITIES FOR 1883. Hoadlv, 6481 Foraker, 5262 Dem. excess, 1219 On a basis of one vote to every 100 votes, the Convention will consist of 489 Delegates. On a basis of one delegate for every 300163 delegates. Our Congressional District, is Democratic by a majority of 4831. - The ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 1 May 1884

SS?fe Tsrp--?; Z i -s X tnntrFmrn- SKMrUlZHZJ&Jl '.--.iiv rili.jjfcroifct.'.ir-"?-,Ax.o'.a 2&mrZ55L risfcjjS&ja&ttiab&sBgs LOCAL ITEMS. Mr. Jack Denton left for It Pleas" ant hwt sight m rr- Miw Lizzie Atkins is visiting friends and relatives in 2Se!sonrill6 this week. .Nlfrr. G. H. Buerhaus was .cai'ed to Pomerov on Tuesday to attend to legal business. - The lundnj Evealng Storm- Senator Welsh was iri the city on last Thursday, attending to .legal business. c - .-. " Street Commissioner Woodk is doing a good work in cleaning up the streets. Let the work go on. The little seven year old daugh ter of Mr. John Howe of Oakland, is dangerously sick with lung fever. Fink Ennis, while playing base ball last Saturday, had' the end -of his second finger mashed. Dr. Farquhar, of ZanesvHle, 'will be in Logan at the Rem pel House on Thursday and Friday, MaySth and 9th. The iren cages for the Cala boose on the city lot are being made by the Mot her wells, and will be finishe...

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 May 1884

3. j. ?rtzes:r-Jr : .!IWWMJSga-MJM J.l-gM A stirring picture oftiorsu life worth looking at can be suen on auv clear afternoon by s:r.ndin;r in Central Park near the obelisk, and watching four-in- uanus, carnage teams, tandems, cob3, and other roadsters come brcnstiti" over the rise in the driveway just b yond the Museum of Art. Even to a - porson who has grown up in tiic city and observed the gradual increase of stylish horses, the sight is inspiring. One coaching team, owned and handled by a man who lias won the highest turf lionors, both In America and Europe, looms grandly in the air. The te:.m is of native sttck. Boh wheelers and leaders are brown and purfeetlj- match ed. They have the majestic mien and free action of highly-bred park horses. On emergency each can trot a fast mile. Then follows a cavalcade of pairs of magnificent bars, browns, grays, blacks, csestnuts," and roans, with crossed teams of blacks and grays, chestnuts and grays, and roans and chestnuts, these being ...

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 May 1884

- y d? &m A r -f- $ Jlniiiil. THE OFflOIAL PAPEB Ot HOCKING COUNTY. gUetSCKIPTIOX $2.90 FJtRWtUL 1. GBEBST, KDlf OR AND PBOPRIETOR. PIERRE, ,- The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hmghes county, Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the geographical center of the proposed new State ef South Dakota, and ii opposite the center of the great Slonr reservation. It is the present terminus 01 ine uasoia ieaixai inroasu trunk iine of the Chicago & Northwest' em Railway; i- distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through daily trains with out change of cars run between the two cities in 32 hours. The city is mainly built upon the large and broad terraces overlooking ' the river with its wooded banks and islands, and as the slope of each ter race or beach is toward the river, the eity is perfectly drained and is free from the dangers resulting from floods or imgerfect8ewarage. PIERRE. -POPULATION ' OF PIERRE IS 2,500. It has an excellent municipal gover...

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 May 1884

fe:.si ! m IK I t ... &3M&&p.333L.-i2A- -w--s''iiij!fe"'V'--" w'Sk. s2wA- -r-iafcs3?.-? -r - , - ' - "3-SrT Bgm &&! fclOOVf Oil. w JCod, -BK& " ST fcioa U1V l-3d ?n ai fi jsbel has J Vi - Si. tr .-!" -2.4 W: - 2tl fc edi b I1IU.1 . ... . reas-g;-;jrwiUjb Mini iZ1 TSEtSiw ? JLl s NmiineL KDITOB AND PROPRIETOR. ... - a .4 t 00-:j lrarsdayr May B, -I8S4. .-n ag -!" -' ' ,jD .nolftrfiSrnSff.Blll na defeated In axia1 OCongrefconTn&dh-byii inaJoW.ty'jsaiiist .Titi So rJKIWl JtoartttefctarMritUVering Tor STfuti'ff-- ; : '. V -nt. ' r moil EaJTS . K I ? ?. . 3: leapijign fornQminalioit' .e$,unryaofficersr is progressing niefla!ihSSShS6-able way aOKitltQes QrqilitocalhUie candi- '2Komistake canr.be madel ina obi tkhiing'a gdod chplc, 110 matfer F J', l1? fvlH,W--i 7" t?fca:ftifci.llLt5faM anwwJ.Pael.l!fis'conmy,ls most intens ?2Tc JS9'lKk9aiA i-KeV'and.tii9Jeat.rl A,..-. o sn?Mffdn' lis cmnnBtitorfJ .Jof tlie legal professionisasaboul xhdi'nr oils.isllie nght(wa-:...

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 May 1884

Er t C raev-' . fiiilJ - - .! iA,r!!!SKSrSSS r1? TP-. -, r,si4;-i jjafc-- s..Tr'i.- rr i vm y k- 3 s "K .-S.-6- Sti. vl S2- IW B-L ibcWVa Stricken by Paralysis on ei '- ITEMS: . Icaight inUhtfHockmgfiver. u '- -' -s-.jc..v. - .- J l..j:i.-9?'ntiTan ilocon'OC IllOi Sonrerery-large fish are being! " fff. &-... .. . i..v i v - auuiiuitiuunii .viow. .. ,...- S'ftnOlt lorj;Uie; uauusuiiie- lump 'placed in-lfrbritr of-the 'Court 'Hoasr;" Charieyand,Gus WeilamiiOlcflt this' week for the northern", part the'State.' lwm, , The.Old Folk. Dance at rfart nan;Hall, oh Wednesday eve; nlhgf Ssras Veil attended;, .; U -yd. S" Mrv.Joseph Barlhlow tias'taker; the coutract-jto complete the fill at the Falls Mill Bridge. . "T Mr. NickFox has been confined to his bed for some days with lung feyer. . .,,. Mr Ike Collins, rejoices '.y ' daughter at his residence. mxi a Mr. Price ot New Straitsville'is having put upafihenew house near th depot, to be used as& grocery arid saloonr ?eJ'eMaydre:Coiirf...

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 May 1884

Js mnm I lu Washitinii! s House. .Two or three litra Jl stena to the right and up a genera", incline and you Hand on the taviau. hish norch of r JionntrVcrnon. - - The great river creeps close nnder aeath, one hundred feet or two below. Yon might suppose that you could throw a stone, standing on the poich, into the Potomac as seen through the trees that Duo; the hillside and the wa ... ter's Lank below. Alt is quiet, so quiet. Now and then a barnyard fowl, back in the rear, strained his glossy neck aud called out loud and clear in the eternal Sabbath here; a fine shaggy dog wal lowed and romped about the grassy door-yard, and while far out over the vast-liver some black, wide-winged birds kept circling round and round. I went back and into the barnyard to in quire what kind of birds ihey were. I met a very respectful but a very stam mery negro. He took his cap in his ""thaBd'aricT twisted it all about and open- -'liidinouUi many times, he finally said: Do-do-dose burds was created 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. — 15 May 1884

'4 -''J .l-.. -...;...,f,,-y niiwiirCfrJrif J- ilMiTT'iTr VTfMmif nlirl fmUfcE -. ' v-i' -a-v ' ? --' J rjgSKSS tte Jpentiifel, m TnPH lT rxT T Xk Bf3 li &a W l M - - -i. 3 TdVEU'MKI'' RATES': ' lmi3&&& THE OFFICIAL I'Al'EB OF One Square .............. E;iclin(lultion:.l insertion. Cartlsperycar,. .... .51 Ml 50 COO HOGKINO OOOi LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY MAY 15. 1881. TiT UjIi VOLUME 43, Locnlnotleesperline.. ... 1 "yearlyailvertisemcnts SIoO (.ercolniim SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 1M2K YEAR. CT1 jQhlw Sentinel: NG HE .JL.--L1 rftlrf - WMTT-XJHa -A. . -' y .i- r L. GltKEST, EDITOR ASP l'BOPBICTOR. PIGBBIS, Dalsota. The city of Pierre is the county scat of of Hugbes county, Dakota, and is lo- a .. tltn onct. li.njil: nf the Missouri :.. : ilio trmrrnnlilf:Ll l!Clltrr Ol tllG proposed new Slate oi South bnkota, 5.i : nnnnc;ti tlm confer of the ureat Sioux reservation. It is the present Ditb terminus of the Uakota central uirnu;ii ,i- ;; nf tlio Chieaco & Northwest ern Railway; ...

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. — 15 May 1884

tfHT5 t'5t."- SSS225SSE522GaE SiBki:rfL'.5T7g?rvgyTKSSSs g5ta-aaffffi3Bgg " Y -"' f '' ' ' ---SaLs-w;a, ' II II I I I 1 I . . Cttiiitei, -LEWIS GREEN, EDITOKANIJ PB-OPUrETOR. TEK3IS WAX YEAR, .) Tliurs'Jay, May 1-5, ISSi. MEETING of THE PI: i3IA!Y EL TION SUPER YISOKS. C- The Primary Election Super visors of Hoe-kitm County are called fo meet in Sentinel office, on Lo;mi at the SATURDAY, 31 AT 24 tit, at one o'clock, for the purpose of obtaining Poll Book ami Tally Sheets, ami for the further pur pose of beinjr sworn as Supervi sors and conference with a view to uniformity in conducting the election. Candidates and Democrats gen erally are invited to attend the meeting. JACOB WEAVER, Ch'm. W. P. Price, Sec. It majT be set down as a fixed fact that the Democrats will carry Ohio tins lall. The best informed Republicans in the State begin ning with !ov. Foster, have been telling us all along that Arthur could not carry the Stale, and he is as sure of being the Republi can candidate for...

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. — 15 May 1884

X - 8 ft P A 2 B T jjT Hfl C Harry Ambrose. ..-. .- .TiJKW ' Thorn nre occasions in the life Frank Kessler h making some Lr a newspaper man when he is needed additions to his ftictory. j cnlptl upon to perform a duly so T,o a AT? held a meeting last night to make arrangements ior Decoration Day. Head a philosophical disquisi tion on Rent and how to avoid paying it, which appears; on the 4th page o!" t is paper. Judge 0.ehas rallied irons his severe attack of lat week, and is now about as comfortable as before.' Mrs. John Staley of Shawnee, sister of Mrs. Georgo Beoic and Mrs James Engle of our town, is reported on her death bed. No announcement of candi dates will be made later than next Thursday. This is the. or der of the Committee. 3ev. 0. 0. Hart renders a jnst tribute to the memory of teacher Barker, and propo.-es in a practi cal way to pay tribute to his memory. Quarter! v Meeting at theM E. Church next Sabbath, lSth inst Love feast at 9 A. M., Preaching and Sacrament at 10:30...

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. — 15 May 1884

'x. TRT ...-v... ..... iwi.M...TV,-B-aj-.v HOW A.MAN CAN It is the case with a larcie majority of the working people ol this as well as other countries that they live fiom hand to mont ; in other word?, the end of eveiv month and every year finds iheni if, indeed, with all their little debts paid with nothing lai.l by to meet the ordinary contingencies of.-icknen.s loss of employment or the like;' and this, though a man ni.iy lie industrious, f-ober, healthy, conslan'lv enoloyed. and pimelually paid for his laber. rPi, rir nfl.is f-.i ii!-.- r?i m:illnpi of hU v.tres. or some enu.-e other than tippling and divination, kee s him always at the l-x- tremitv of spending his last cent, lie never seems to get ahead; he is constantly in the drag. If he gets a dollar -ahead to day, some unexpected necessity puts him bdiind to morrow. There is olne item, however, he always manages, by the utmot efibit, to 1 ren MoMfpam for- Bmi :eep paid up with a I olerahie degree ot prompines ; misiieiu Wi...

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