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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 8 September 1887

,:5vt'tt'- - . -.sgS-----.. -;?tfr- -fjji"--6 '-xjBT-VgjSJstigafa se sfeixSsg- - ;. gj:--' SSS. -- 1S&ZJ& "W'SSgsr -;;. s,rirc,ff5WrS ;AW JR.iS-'lia &ef" -v ' - S w -s -''"" -;....jiMf1....,.pf.fu. iLOM!iJWBWJi'jl.'JWiw;iwwjii. m-:-r'.,agrfr"r''W,ffFhilMfWJfr1V.lf LB,,i-IMll.H".,.J.'. - ...'J.'-LM'--.CT-g- t;,T,.- :.vy1,,1:a i fe'? N K i) I;--. Fif Ft ISl- f 1- IVJC I f Ik qfa HJtU ihiisl LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Pr.oniiETOR. TERMS- l.50 2fiursday, Sept., 8, 1887. "BBMQGBAT1G STATE TiGK&T. y.V - : For Governir, THQM ASwR POWELL, i" Of Delaware. i?. For Lieutenant Governor, D. C. 0OOLMAN, Of Portage. For Supreme Judge, (Long Term,) L. J. CRITCHF1ELD, of Holmes. (Sliorl Term.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, Of Cuyahoga, For Auditor, EMIL KISSEWETTER, Of Franklin. The Drive Well Tariff. The Beauties oFProtcctin'n. - For Treasurer of Stale, G. V. HARPER, Of Greene. For Attorney General, W. H. LEET, Of Putnam. For Board or Public Works. PETER MURPHY, Of Butler.' fc - FOK STATE SENATOR...

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 September 1887

r-f?1Si Swr3s?f"-- rr Otnvs 5?.vj5.v-r-.j' V V"- 5Sfl5??5Ss '"ViS -v-ijt f IV I : 4 PWl-J- -4'W - - . -, '- ---- - .- " ' "- T ' " ' "Oysters ami Soun. cverv day, inchujing Sundays, at Johnny Kirateiu's. LOCAL ITEMS. Chas. Young, of McGiH's cigar chop, is laid up with the ague. 'Squiro John S. Martin, of Ma rion township, was in town on Mon day Mrs. S. J. McCorr.iick i vidting friends in ilaxv!!e, Perry county, this week. Mr. Clins Lmvry. of Athens, was the guest of his brother, V U. last Tuesday. Miss Jcfsia Yt'liite. ofTihis cily, returned to Spencer Ind , on T hurs day of last week. The Turks and bear were in town on Wednesday Of cauise the snail boy was delighted. Mr. and Mrs. 'George Deck and daughter Clara returned home from j Columbus last Saturday. Workingnion aro busily engaged iu rebuilding tuo Armstrong livery stable on Mulberry street. Mips Ella Morgan, of Swan, O.. Was the cuest of Miss Emma Down cy Friday and Saturday last: Mrs. A. II. Brooke, of this city, is visiting...

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 September 1887

"5"t-'iSrJr ,4 4 Iv- .m all 5 1 t 13 -Ve- r Si. SP P m r it? IS' IK. I s- Kitn Club IlOCIItl. unitary The secrclarv of . he stnte board of, hclth ,.f nii,iS w.,nted to know what nrosress, if any, the colored people of Jlichian were linking in sanitary mailers. Brother Gardner said he would like a general ai.ocus Bion of the subject, nnd Sir Isaac Walpolo arose to lemark ihat he was making progress Up to a year ngo he did'nt know that seven per sons and n dog sleeping in an 8x10 room with all the windows down and the doors closed was injurious to the hu mini system. Ho suppos ed the feeling of the languor was brought on by non circulation of blood in the feet. Whalebone llotvker had also pro crePsed. He had now learned the. difference be! ween the smell of gun powder and sever gas, and the lives of Lis thirteen children wore no longer in peril. , Pickles Smith used to wash bis feetoncoin sis months. Now he felt conscience stricken if a week passed over his head that he didn't heap up...

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 September 1887

Sgw '" ' XWVfim.' "?--- -- i ,.. .. ,., . tj m .yi. t y, " - zr - - ip's -5CSA ap-a A-jg-jjjj jrii7T '. - S" -VJ - S v 1. ? Iiocldng Sentinel. The Hocking Sentinel fj&tnllml ubscbiitiox Sl-SOrKKlKA Business Cards, five lines or less, per I annum, se.UO. Simple announcement ol marriages and u.atlis, and church and benevnlent I LEWIS GREEN, Editor & Proprietor. socitt e inserted free. Any add'tloh i YOLUIE 46 LOGAN, OHIO, THDBSDAI. SEPTEMBER 1-5. 1887. to ol i'uary notices will be charged five NUMBER 22. cen' er-r-i. TERMS $1.50 f 5T5vJ- - - y 11 V 11 Ml "X' jHyKg JOHN HANSEN, Attorney - at - Law, LOH.VN, QHIO. ffice over Collns Moor's Store Aoril 1 ly DR. FRANCE, OF SEW YRK,!Hangecl at Night. .1. )r 0. 0. Farquhar, HYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. R B CURES Deformities, Stiff Joints, Par alysis, Lnng Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption (In Its Incipient stage,) xruss. Ebnvurnausra.ijiverfjomDiaini. uis- ' , ... . .." r... ... I - epsia.au v lias iuncc. rxts...

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 September 1887

-.-; -"--V-TS : ' fcir'" '. J?P;3',VS'-- ----' i55t.-r;i.-- .- "-""-' jjgJ" ;?? -?nr??5f fr-i" CrjjK "rj, , -.--;. v ----- -tjfrJi-W! ; 'cv jjiAjgjc'. "-.-"v isr$---- '& .v :5rrl!,'jF' . - .ajr-s ' tJK? , ri-..-.i.r . . w, n i.A'r'BiSgHSTir.E.-.qa. fS Alii :s5r -is-v-S.-jj.. i j; "-" e&j - ft? K l - B-" g r ft. IS. --'-j--'--1--1- -'-y Z25E5SSESCSZ3I3C55Z222r3S223S Z3E3EHK ggy L'1l.-fJ"fTl, .M. . I I'M Jsl J.-i ! 3 raj?W .ft1' WJJIMLLLw. -ST Li Iff 4 ttnuuii 4 LEWIS UREEN, Editoe & Proprietor. TERMS $1.50 Ihursday. Sept. 15, 1887. DEMOGBATIC STATE TICKET. REPUBLICAN SEUATO - RIAL CONVENTION. HOCKING COUNT! IGNORE!) Mty- Townsend of Athens, Nominated. .GENERAL GROSVEUOR PRESIDES CUT AXO DREED AFFAIR Discontent Among tho Faithful For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL, Or Delaware Tor Lieutenant Governor, D. C. COOLMAN, Of Portage. A TValli-Over Made for Billy ShuKz. For Supremo Judge, (Long Terra,) L. J. CRITOHFIELD, of Holmes. (Short Terra.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, Or Cuyahoga, For Aud...

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 September 1887

'3PVi " -3-"5-"i - , '-rf- -,r3flac- r-s z&jr r J ?" gi?-??5r-iS:-VS-tVr33s- - & 1 r 4r s&g . - fts 'Si- A rt &" B ff 6 n- a -a. & 1 I - r i r I - t n f jfiSF'Oj&Xers and Soup, every day, including Sundays, at Johnny Kirstein's. LOCAL ITEMS'. Ira Alackey was in Lancaster, Sunday. "Vni. McClintock spent Sunday in Columbus. Milt Marin, of Coonville, spent Sunday in the cily. Miss Laura Oaks is veiling rel atives in Columbus, this week. Go to Andy Holl. Jr's. for Gro ceries, Provisions and Produce. Pure drugs, toilet articles, staple and fancy goods at Eeber Co's. Commissioner Kennedy of Per ry county, was in town Saturday last. Tom Sunderland, of RadclifF, spent Sunday with his family in this city. Ex-commissiener Karshner of Salt Creek, was in the city last Thursday. Andy Ward and wife, of Now Lexington, visited Mother McBrido last Sunday. For school books, slates, writing paper, pens, pencils, luk.etc, go to Eeber & Co's. The finest lot of watches, clocks...

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 September 1887

-. -f "9 Ife l VS. it , I. Ii I.' 1 t. t I F I & H I i & II ir- I t k I t I A C!in;)icri!i X'at:ii Ecoiieniy. There is no traiie or occupation in life in which trne economy is as important us in funning. By econ omy we do not uic.iii stinginess or denying one's self the comintn com forts of life. The farmer who prac tices it cannot expect to command the esteem and respect of his fellow men, nor retain it himself. .Nor is it necessary in tbis coruecticn to admonish (he farmers ot tho impor tance and necessity of saving what they make, and of turning into ready cash all kinds of products not needed on the farm. But it is the little economies to which we would now more p-irtiuiilarly direct tho attention of farmers. Iu the first place an economical farmer is nec essarily a neat farmer. He cannot afford to allow weeds and briars to grow up in his fenco corners to rob tho soil of its fertility and rot his fences. Ho cannot aflbrd lo allow his gales and farm implements to go to ra...

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. — 22 September 1887

TsZZSjsfZ 'wrrpuf?5!5 - X ?.? s&fO 7" t.c;.css &? 14 Bps?-- 53wrf--r. 'sj&sf.i IK ir li h 5 J Jiocldnrj Sentinel. uuseairri'i.v $l.iUl'LK 1KA Bu-.iness Cards, five lines or less, per annum $G.03. Sin p announcement of marriages and eiths, nnd eliurch and benevnlent socie ie inseitul free. nj' ndd'tion to oti hit notices will be charged five cenb ei ra. ..)r 0. C Farquliar, HYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. i CORES Deformities. Stiff Joints, Tir 'Atysl, Lung Illsesiscs, AsUunft, Bronchitis an(lCoiisniiiitiou(l its Incipient slasc,) E?i in.i Aiiiif Itiirtr. Nrumlirlii. and all ami tsvery Chronic intense, OU Seres, Scrofula and all KUin Diseases. Ilocatetliedl-xsa-seby malclnga chem ical examination of n sample or the pa tient's urine. The first pa-ssed lu the morn ing preferred. My treatment for the PILES is new, painless, safe and certain. My own method. Alldisreusescuiscit from secret habits. ljonorVirillty.Mnnhnuii and VIUl Korce treated Miccessfully, ns thouia...

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. — 22 September 1887

wr i-vS E22E2HT.2353J3n32EE-EK: ISZZnEaS23ESH5!H333SESIE35SIS3SSr3r 5ESHSS253 jjajHfc.v.ii ffiMv.iii I! ISk IK :. K L- K t II- f It If-. t$ StHifhufi.BIinW AND BRIGHT .; IEWIS GREEN, Edit'ou & PnorniKTOn. TERMS $1.50 TIio Two STcw Departures in Convention. Ihursday, Sepl. 22, 1SS7. DEMOCRATIC STATE TiCM. For Govcrniir, THOMAS E. POWELL, Of Delaware. For Lieutenant Governor, D. 0. COOLMAN, Of Portage. For Supreme Judge, (long Term,) L. J, CRITOUFIELD, of Holmes. (Short Term.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, OI Cuyahoga, For Auditor, SMIL K.ISSEWETTER, Of Frnnlrlln. For Treasurer of State, G. W. HARPER, Of Greene. For-Attorncy General, W. H. LEET, Of Putnam. Tor Board or Public Works. PETER MURPHY, Or Butler. FOR STATE SENATOR, William A Sliullz, of Fairfield. Demooratic County Ticket Representative. C H. BOERHAUS. "Probate Judge. W. T. ACKER. Clerk of Court. T. II. LAPPEN. Slieriff. JOHN GALLAGHER. Commissioner. JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director. JVKDRBW WRIOET. Coroner. GEORGE G. GAGE. Survey...

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. — 22 September 1887

rpat&i&d&g''-'- fss"r3?H-iS -" --a - - , - J--JW, Bii-- ag?P?s55 X. V -t JSOvmil-, an. Suii). fcery daj, including Sundays, at Johnny Kiistein's. LOCAL ITEMS; Fnlhtr Cndy, has located at La .Orosso, Wia. Produce of all kinds wanted at A. Uoll jr"s. Miss Wade, or A hens spent 11 nday in Logan. Ed. Donovan was in Lancaster on Sunday lat. Ask your druggH rbrOochran's Eoca Tonic circular. Goto Weiland's if you want a fcood clock, all warranted. Go to Weiland's, if you want a good watch, gold or silver. MissLelfa Vorys of Lancaster, .visited Logan friends last week. AH standard grades of jewelry watches, clocks, etc. at Weiland's jrOne bottle1 of .Cochran's Coca. Tojiic will prBve Jo any sufferer -jts'value. Judge Silas 11. WriirhtU enjoy ing mountain Hfo Bt Borland Springs, West Virginia. "William B-own, qf Baltimore, Fairfield county, was in town jast Tveek on business. Miss Mollie Kramer, 'of New trait6ville, is in Logan, the guest of 3H.-s Clara Tuescher. The Union school...

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. — 22 September 1887

'i 7-yy; rl -5r iw.-.-ra;. ifcnuiw.ui.wi. mj;j-jK.Lj- i.vg-v. irrrrer Iw.-ry.iiiTrrrfi-p-Tn-M tHrnm-rrvr.j.afci.f.-;-T.ryr-.. t...r.--,--.r,wf;iTff'?:j-KJjjiJt(TL!.-jB..A..v'' vvjgMrr SaaEE29CaSSBtE3S3SSCSEKSr.E&KZSEKZSS9f5E52 sssekeshzf; 15 ft r &. It" lL fee : I - Sunday School Celebration. On last Saturday, Sept-. 10, we "attended the Sabbath school eel ebralion at the Jit. Zion cltutcJi, 5 miles north of Logan, v As we en tered the grove, the soft Septem ber wind came with a sweet wail up through the forest, waving the branches of the trees and rustling n few yellow leaves on the ground. The opening prayer was fnll of pathos and sublimity, and heav en seemed -very near to the wor shippers. Sweetly sounded the hymns of praise swelled by mer ry voices, and echoing far down the forest aisles, mingling with the wind harp and coining back. to us from moss3r dingles in sweet retrain. Reverends McLaughlin and Giger were the ministers present. There were speeches from the old me...

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. — 29 September 1887

Kjgys- -yr- --3Xi!-Jinf;. - ' rja-jP-i-rr "V ' - Vff Jwtf V ' Ljx CLMa 7i-JTr,-TTf-rTS?SSS.'Sf7rf, , SiUSSi uSZ SB3E .J.'I.'B.LLIiHIUga :jjr''.--t.r -----..-.. 1-,-LL.tirtl .1..3 J , flr f y .' so x 70 f- j'c c -e- 2 Al v t- hocking Sentinel. ry z' CBSCltltTIO - si.5ori:u ea "Business Cards, five lines or less, per annum. SG.OO. Simp'e announcement of marriages and deaths, and cliurch and beneviilent pocietie inserted free, to ihifinry notices will he penis extra. K H "i E - Mo r-x, p"" rTTsrri JL.JL- N V v-. -x J JNlil s. r -3 -rr N6L, rj , I It sutfK VOLUME 46 LOGAU. OHIO, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 29. L887. NUMBER 21 LEWIS GREEN, Editor & I'koprietok. TERMS $1.50 Or 0. ft Farquliar, HYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURES Deformities, Stiff Joints, Par alysis. LunK Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis and Consumption (In Its Incipient Unce,) Piles, Rheumatism, Li verComplaint, Ds fcepsU. St. Vitus' Dance, Fits, KiliifV and Blood DIcni, CaU-irrf, Head Ache, Weak nnd Achiug IJ.icli,...

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. — 29 September 1887

vvvspafisy; s. Ty-g?s i-K u. jit g.jsaiaij g".i'-i -tf. - 'u . u . .oii iJrvr.1rrrrriivsTrvMMriij ihwj , i vf. - fn LWi"W f JW tr"cJa r I feJO ? -E- !- fc 0 a 6? m ! Ik. IEi , m r!K se 15- lJ ? E2 15 I & m 4S 3- r lt$ H&nthtfa LEWIS GREEN, Editor & Prohuetor. TERMS $1.50 2Aursday.'Sepl. 29, 1SS7. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL, Of Delaware. Tor Lieutenant Governor, D. 0. UOOLMAN, OI rortage. Forafccr's Tax Message. For Supremo Judge, (Long Term,) L. J. CRITCHF1ELD, of Holmes. (Short Term.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, Of Cuyahoga, For Auditor, EMIL KISSEWETTER, Of Franklin. For Treasurer or Stale, G. W.HARPER, Of Greene. For Attorney General, W. H. LEET, Of Fntuam. , .For Doard of Public Works. PETER MURPHY, . Or Butler. FOB STATE SENATOR, William A Shultz, of Fairfield. ;Demooratic County picket Eeprescntallve. C. H. BUEBHAUS. Probate Judge. : TV. T. ACKER. Clerk of Court. D. H. LAPPEN. Sheriff. 2- CJOHN GALLAGHER. Commissioner. JOHNT. NUTTER. " InCrmpry DI...

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. — 29 September 1887

Ps-SSgPffSl r V-:r - - 11 . - j r 3, 3" t , i h.is I"?. Iife l e 5: ;, gr""0slers am! Soup, every) day, including Sundays, at Johnny liirstoin's. LOCAL ITEMS. ' Baskets -of all kinds at Andy Holl, Jr's. Lee George, of Glen Eben, was in lown Tuesday. Lime and marrow fat beans at Andy Holl. Jr's. Al Bay, of Starr, was in the city, Wednesday. Ask voiir drupel! for Cochran's Coca Tonic circular. Tide Houston, of Floodwood' was in Logan, Sunday. Meals at all hours atMnntgom ery's restaurant, Gimble corner- Eev. D. C. Thomas has been re-apprinted lo this pastorate. Fair privileges will be sold on the Fair grounds Saturday at 1 o'clock. One bottle of Cochran's Coca Tonic will prove to any sufferer its value. Miss Kate Eps-der is vjsiling relatives at St. ilinnerod, Ind., this eek. Mrs. Oliver Wright is spending lhis veek with her parents at Pi. Pleasant. Ed Cooley and James Shepflrd, of Nglsnnville, spent last Sunday in Logan. Miss Anna Tanner, of Athens, was il)6 guest of friends in thjs ...

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. — 29 September 1887

ZT"- r-yirsTTKi ft NC . P i S: g re Is i ri i? & r- lUnrK Twain on Fiji-mills'. Ucro, remarked the famous hu morist, Marie Twain, in a recent ad dress. 5p a " composition I wrote on farming when a hy. Farming is heavy work; but no man can run a far.n and wear bis best clothes at the sune time. Either the farming must ce-ise while I lie good clothes continue, or the new clothes ceao while the farming continues. This shows that farming is not so clean work as being Congressman or Fcliool master, for these- men can wear good clothes if thy can pay for them. Farmer get up early in the morning. They say the early bird catches the worm. If 1 was n bird, I had rather get ip late and eat cherries in pl.ice'of worms. Far mers don't paint their wagons when they can help it, for they show mud too quick. The color of their boots is red, and don't look like other peo ple's boots, because they are twice as big. Farmer's wife have n, hard tirao cooking for the hired men, and h.rcd mcDlind faul...

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. — 6 October 1887

-"S3S'f Business'Cards, five lines or less, per .annum, 6.00. Simple r.imour.cemcnt of marriages and d allis, nnd church and benevnlent societies inserted free. ny rdd Hon lo obituary notices will he charged five cents extra. LOGAfl. OHIO, THOBSMT: OCTOBER 6. 1887 NUMBER 25. VOLUME 16 (TERMS $1.50 "&&"&? K' MTigt;'sa- j.. .-,-. - -.!THK.. l -- - -a. - !, wi '-----'wy-EaMMEiM"s-ss'CTsjs-B-sss--ss-a Rocking Sentinel. fT W "IT . ., (C" . 5L .4,.K S -- Tuttp H nr.Tr tnc STr.isrTTisrFT . smm i -S L Jb i' -ca-- --- - -- ljEWlS GREEN. 'J , . - ' Editor & Proprietor. :B - - m dMV At i - iHBS9alaM .Or 0. 0. Farquliar, HYSICIAH AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CTJREB Deformities, StlO" Joints, Ynr AlyilK, Lung Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis ..1l.nfnnllnn fill IlK llicinleill StAKC,) Piles. liliciiniHtlsm, Liver Complaint, Dys pepsia, St, Vitus' Dance. KiUs, Ktilnny anil Blood J)leeacR, Catarm, neud Aclie, VV eate nnd Acliiuz Rack. "euralj;in, and all and ercry OlirouloIHsense.O...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 6 October 1887

. $ "s;i "SSi. --1 : 5U-rf K?raWSrtlVWff.,a,AthLi!to.tl.gWAJAr,-WrV- W,.tLdm-'iVi-i--i tBBe-Tim.'.'.t.lj.-.gBjj..v,.J't..CT-sTCi -1J.M4J K.J. ,t'ijn4.m 1" T.IHU. .). -F- ssb: -jr- ", hi I tev It? r ! Sir & - 4 r Jfe m pr ! ft 5 ss m. s ft .fe fr. puj Jenihild LEWIS UREEN, Editor, & Pnoi'itiEToi: The L'rcsiilcut's Trip. TERMS Prcsidenl Cleveland and wife, accompanied by half a dozen personal frienus, left Washington on last Friday .(or a It fp wcsl ant! south. All almis the line of tinvel, the Presi(Ient;anU parly $1.S0 .were s;reeled with heart v wel- I C.....V . .-.. o. .limit-. OUIIUitV il! Mum III OI TILE FAIK. If the weather is f.tvorablo wo ivill-tiiive the ho.-t Fair in Southern Ohio. The props and pillars of our count' are taking an active, earn est part in making it a success. The good women of town nnd country Ihursday, Oct. 6, 1887. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, TUOMAS E. POWELL, Of Delaware. For Lieutenant Governor, D. 0. COOLMAN, Of Portase. ror Supreme ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 6 October 1887

if" irf. .3?S3SgS3B - g- & M ,. r k f5SSSJ-" .V. A i& f-z? r IF"N --I L p-.wm .Jrrjgr. 52S"Oysters ami Soup, every day, including Sundays, at Johnny Kirstcin's. LOCAL ITEM George Kleir.smilh was in Lan caster Sunday. Ask your drussisf for Cochran's Coca Tonic circular. Col. Wcldy and Chfls. lloso were in-tlie CapUal City Sunday. Every! hing m tbo eating Iiuo at "Bub's" in thi Gini We corner. Andy Collisnn lias bee;, grant ed a pension of S 00 a month, B. H. Stevenson and family, of Salt Creek were in the city last Sat urday. Ono Lottie of Cochran's Coca Tonic wjll prove to any sufferer its value. Adam Lutz and daughter Carrie were the guests of Lancaster friends Sunday last. Charley"! Atkins and Honry Thress, of Haydenville, wero in Xogan Friday. Mr. J' ay Inst m'Lnncnslfr, O., the guest of JndgoS. H. Wright. Hundreds of people from ad joining counties are coming to our fair. Let us all go. Examine J. Kemle & Soi.'s stock of Boots and Shoes before jjurchasing elsewheie. ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 6 October 1887

-sWBgfK-r" mh II Ifer I V. I S I1 1 : 5 1 tp- . w I IS c Sf r It IV t I; 1 K r -. , i.., ...-ir" mi jli-It'mv 'fc.yrr-,?:ii3sej agy.-.f ,;:..:-t -m ".-be 'mn";m.'m'ggMa L-..g-c. ., v:tc,:h, Cruel Laws and Barbarous IMiiiis.hmetit- THE KOSTER HACKtT. EX" Oui in Kansas on I'ridny. in tliit wonderfully progre-sivo and boom ing town of Waenita ono T. J. Stewart, a druggist's was sentenced to seventeen years nnd four months in tlio county jail and fined 520,800 with cos'.s, for violatingjtho proliib itory law. Ho was a clerk in a leading drug stove, and plead guilty tfl an indictment containing SOS counts at tlie same time as did Her man the proriotor of the place. The latter very prudently gotawaj-, nnd Kansas justice, or more proper ly barbarism, evened up on tha un fortunate clerk. It seems to us this sentence is in violation of that pro vision of the Federal consli'ution which declares that cxcessivo fines shall not be imposed ''nor cruel nnd unusual punishment inflicted." This punis...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 6 October 1887

Klif(.i butuuau unsuerwug; aunesion 10 ino aprlll.ISS o.l G8.000 votes m the city of Now , , . . v i . ,o. . .... fundamental No. 30 West Gav Stree. Columbus-Ohio.. pnnc iples of freo. gqvj j'Ai !. y sv Speech OF THE HON. 819DBL S. 001, OF NEW YORK, Delivered before the Tammany So ciety, July 4th, 1887. Tho Democracy favcr a Free and Pros perous Eepnfclic ! No East, no "West, no North, no South, hut one UNITED COUNTRY! Congressman S. S. Cox, who bad been re peatedly called for, was next introduced, and was greeted with tumultuous applause. He said: Mr. Grand Sachem and Members of the Tarn many Society : You hare heard the Declaration of Inde pendence. Although it was a Declaration of Independence, it is, in another sense, a charter of our liberties. To accomplish independence, our fathers recited their rights and their vio lations by a distant government. Among these rights thus violated was that of representation. I make no apology to day for making this my theme. This idea in a cr...

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