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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 22 May 1884

iifSr" "e&cv2f? iSft asj-'y t 'tsS!SSSwsaasasfes A. V- ,S?!Sa(-AVl aa- " r .i: - Ksssessasai SK&TpWf?SPC " t- ft Lr ffikt S'iHttcLj THE OFFICIAL. PAl'EB OF HOGKiaO COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 I'ER YEAR. L. GREEK, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. PIERRE, The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is lo cated ou the east bank of the Missouri river, iu the geographical center of the brODosed new Slate ef South Dakota, , nd is opposite the center of the ureal Sioux reservation. It is the present terminus of ihe Dakota Central through trunk iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Railway; i- distant 781 miles from Chicago, and through daily trains with out change of cars run between the two cities in 32 hours. Th8 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 resulttug lrom Hoo...

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 May 1884

rvsis3g3iJgF?Z&& , - -rxm Jptniiqfcit LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER YEAR, 3.00- Thursday, May 22, 1884. MEETING of THE PRIMARY ELEC TION SUPERVISORS. PAGANISM ! Religion an Insurmount able Objection The Primary Election Super visors of Hocking County are called to meet in Logan at the Sentinel office, on SATURDAY, MAT 24 111, at one o'clock, for the purpose of obtainingPoll Book and Tally Sheets, and for the further pur pose of being sworn as Supervi sors and conference with a view to uniformity in conducting the election. Candidates aud Democrats gen erally are invited to attend the meeting- JACOB WEAVER, Ch'm. TV. P. Price, Sec. To An a republican "Candi. date Curious Proceedings. Indignity Upon Peeplc. Christian The panic which prevailed in New York has about subsided A number of Banks engaged in speculation broke, but the gen eral business of the country has not been affected. The report of the meeting of the Hocking and Ohio Editorial. Association has no...

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 May 1884

SSsar-mi nOUfSoSSS&AESSSKaX -i.? -zr -? - --s3S3tr -jt'xi-'atj- --;. SS-' -sssspg .r, i -e4as?,S8Rt' wt-a , ,-ttsr- w $f?? i i' m &Z2S&X&f-J& t K- LOCAL ITEMS. OUR COLLECTOR. Mr. George Cook started Tues day morning on a tour of collec tion. We have been indulgent with Delinquents beyond a rea sonable degree. We need the money coming to us in order to pay our debts, and we must hare it. A Collector w:ll visit all the Post-offices of the county, and those in arrears who do not set tle will be dropped frem the books and the accounts placed in the hands of an officer for collection. TICKETS- We will commence printing tickets fr the Primary Election to-morrow. Every ' ticket will contain the names of all the can didates. Each Supervisor will be furnished by the Chairman of the Central Committee - with as many Tickets as there are voters in the precinct. The candidates will be sup plied from this office with all the tickets they want. COURT. Mrs. Schwarz, of Pittsbuar...

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 May 1884

' F1 THE SOUDAN. A Preacher "Wlio Has Traveled in That Coimtiy. The Uev. 1L J!. Field, editor of the New York caw;dut, in &peakinr of General Sonloir's mission to the Sou dan to n representative of the New Or leans Times-Democrat, said: I have traveled in Eypt and been up the Nile to Assuau, the first cata ract, and afterwards went to Suez and c'wn the R-jd Sea to India, and so I zxi familiar with that coast. Two years apo I was in Erypt :.ut went across tit desert to Sinai. From beiujr so much in Eypt I have become familiar with the Eastern question, and know-ir-7 General Stone, Nubar Pasha, and otaer leaders -well, it has been some thing of a study to me. The Soudan is a term hiird to define geographically. It is a vast territory Upon the 2Ji!e, and the provinces claim ed by Egypt extend almost to ihe equa tor. They have annexed all that part of Asia. Egypt has appeared beforo the world as t xti'iiding; civilhs lion has pushed it up to Khartoum and to Gon dokore, and I think q...

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 May 1884

Srfca. -- I riTwiT 1 1 mi f""igrTiiVr''vi'rJ' i " .tT 90gffM09fSaCBfeea9 m rS : t. -Wfjjf vrrere gr?..--., it1gtBBaB6.aKjAatjyatta -- rJK.-V JL a I ht$ unlincl. -ewr5- THE OFFICIAL PAPEU OF HOCKING COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 FEU TEAR. L. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR- 4 T HJbLi Hock ING 1VTT INEL, VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSMl MAY 29, 1881 NUMBER 7., Jl e Hcnfitif ; AIVERTIbTN BATjS.' on stmi re.............. ....... m. ...... .. Each addltionallnsertlon.. .- Cards per year, ...-- Local notices perllne.,- Yearly advertisements $100 percu. t. f PIERRE, PHYSICIANS- ,, ,a.,C.CAMPBKU.,JC.l. I.aWBienTjMD. CAMPBELL & WEIGHT, Physicians $ Surgeons . . Innal Rnrrrpons fOrRBViTR. R. Office, one door weit of Work & Bakery I O O, tiOB"t viivf. may 81, 'S3. The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hughes county, Dakota, and is o cated on the east bank of the Missouri river, in the geographical center of the nronosed new State of South Dakota ' E.C.deDESTEiaEB,M.gi anil ir nnnnsite t...

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 May 1884

Wk FSSS :-r d fh. JpnW- LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, May 29, 1884. The Old Ticket. From all over the country the universal demand of the Democracy it for the Old Ticket The great wrong of the Returning Board must be righted. The people demand the -Old Tick, et, a Free Bal'ot and a Fair Count. And so it will be. The Columbus Journal has an original way of backing down. "WheB its tacit endorsement of a correspondent asserting that church relations is an "insurmountable objection" to Mr. Brights candidacy for Circuit Judge, was indignantly denounced, the Journal bows its bead and simpers, "it was a jocose, remark." The jocosity of the Journal is jo- ose. The friends of Blaine and Ar thur admit the folly of quarrel ing about their strength in New. York if Tilden receives the un animous nomination of the Dem ocratic Convention at Chicago. That will not only ' settle New York, but all the other States about which there has been any controversy. The P...

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 May 1884

Tm&L "IgS Iftt'n'W-'" ...... "V h- LOCAL ITEMS. The infant child, one of twins, of Bert Martin, died from brain fver on last Monday night Mr. Jake Fox cf Furnacetown, is happy in the arrival of a new daughter on last Sunday. Messrs Work & Baker are do ing a good job of painting on the roof of the Court House. Mr. Chas. I Barker is engaged "" this week in keeping .store at Baird's. Judge Silas H. Wright and daughter Ethel, made a visit to Logan on Thursday last. a Larry Kating, Ex-Marshal of Hew Lexington, spent last Sun day in Logan. Mr. Charles -Price who has ben clerking for Charley Hose, left last week and has gone to ' Columbus. Col. Wilcox, of Columbus, At torney for the C. & H. V. R. R-, was in the city on Monday , at tending to business in Court. i a Mr. Ephraim. Faiker, one of ur most skillful mechanics, has done some very excellent work f repairs on the Jail building. aa m a Mr. Will Stedem, engaged in a responsible position in one of the leading Drug Stores of ...

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 May 1884

5V teas l-t G 1- l-v? Orchard aa Fruit Garden. American Agriculturalist. Indications point to an abund ant fruit year, though the peach crop may be injured by late frosts cr a loug cold rain while the trees ar in blossom, may diminish the 'set" of apples and pears. These disasters are likely to be local. In years of abundance, while common and poor fruit hardly pays its carriage to market, really fine fruit brings about the usual price. It is in such years that the grower, by care in producing fine specimens, and pitching them in an attractive manner, finds Jruit-growing profitable, while Iiis indifferent neighbor declares that "fruit don't pay." To pio duce fine specimens, the number borne by the tree must-be reduc ed ; this might have1 been done in the winter by pruning, but now the orchardist must rely on thinning the fruit. It we give a single specimen the nourishment that would have been divided between three and four, the re sult will be seen in the extra size and beauty of th...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 5 June 1884

r -:iT I penfiitlt Ir- i I faMaTa1aMaaMa1alaWaWaMaMaMaWaanaMaMawaaaaaaalaaaM'M' " g I j"A s .: .. . i j ' z ?, : " . " ' "" m - .Mai H iMIHHB1 - AiH- . . -a-.- A- IV KCV. t- -5. Jl w -H r. -e. h Spftqtts ' THf :- 'MTS-r-X?' TMA . " .XTTXTTTXTTT'T w i -. -. .- - -cw-. t-- . v. .. &-. r?9rM? Ia"K U XL.. ...' aft esrraa-aw mRft-Jr "?-:' . J k.r I I a . Jk '. .aV. - J I i H H I 1 9 1 I i i iMwi 'O IV i-- l - r . ' -" 2. : -7 U T- PM. t -J - ' ? i t . " . - - l!. .' , ' ' - ?-; , z i : '' I i '.! I ' U- ' " ; -. - rr - - -' ..-S ifc- iiv ? ?? HotfciNc couiry. SUIIHCWL'TION ) tKIL rEltJCEAI . i3P5 R0$1ETC ADVEKTISkNtt 'BATHS. " tj-. WitigMte, IDalsSOta. : SSSFsi t.VfJ&MfflW, 1.1 2. ILHT KOKJ.U1UBJ - 3B '"'IBB i ' z "- - i a Mf ia LrS 'tf 4 tbas P- - fc vv-a '- PmriciJwS& J3jA.KPBBfci,JU- iRi'&Ivi CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physicians Surgeons j , a. .. , ?... n-r ksm HUWA.ffl Sts SH; s-J-CJ -LOGlNfOHIO, THURSDAY JUNE 5, 188dl Jt: "!' lOi NOMBER 8. dne Sqtlnre . Knch iidditloim...

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. — 5 June 1884

rl ' a s. if I RRMS i I, I LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AHD PROPRIETOR. PER TEAR, 2.00- Ticket mCtmmon Pleas Judge, JOHN S. FRIESNER. ato-aavecratle Ceawty Ticket. Far Clerk of Court Arthur- SjfcCenrt ney "" For Probate Jade William T Acker For Cotraty Tiaaaiirer John Notestone For County CoaaiHlasIonar John T Nutter For County Sarreyor James W Daria For Xaflmary Director Andrew Wright The Republican National CMreMtionat Chicago. The Republican Conrention is still in Mision, and at the hour of geing'to- press, no candidate has keen nominated. A negro from Mississippi was mails chairman, defeating a Star Koate thief, named Clayton. This choiee of a-' chairman - pre inposjn, .that an Indian will be the Presidential candidate. JCahone, the rebel general and eptKhator, iras the wost important van in the Convention. The Postmasters and office bel ders are for Arthur. Hie Ticket; The Democracy of Hocking county, en last Saturday, at an hapest, fair election, where near ly the fill rote of the part...

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. — 5 June 1884

r-r-. I, a L4 T LOCAL ITEMS. Miss Calhoun of Znnesville, is visiting at Dr. Pullen's. -7 -a a7 Mr Jacob Weaver attended llie weddinc of his sister in Lancas ter on Tuesday. Mrs Lewis-Green and family are visiting in Muskingnm coun ty this. week. Attention ib called to the Card of Dr .Ramey. He is a first class Dentist aiid'merits'a liberal pa tronage. Miss Mary Shay, one of the most efficient attendants at the Athens Asylum, visited friends in Logan 'this Week. a. a Mrs John Shank of Carbon Hill, has the thanks of the Senti nel for a basket of Strawberries, the most delicious we have seen this season. Messrs. Hanly, Welherburn, Cox "and Nixon, of Sfraitsville, visited Logan on last Saturday, and made a pleasant call at the Sentinel office. Mrs. -Dr. TSggart; MrsL. J Jackson and Mrs Andy and Jo seph Ward, of New Lexington, attended School Commencement on last.Fri4.ay evenmgVan'd-were much jjleased with the exercises. . . .!;' : The McArlhur Enquirer has recently .been enlarged, and i...

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. — 5 June 1884

S" Tf " C ",V)W1. -wy-wy, -pt 9,-C- "TT 5. Recipes. Green Peas. Boiled tlain. Shell -peas only just before boiling tbem ; do not wash thcln; rather Wash tho pods if they are not clean; put the peas into salted boiling Water enough to cover them, With a pinch of sugar, and boil them only Until they are. tender ; drain them At once ; season them with salt, paper and butter, and serve them at once. Sponge 'fePudding. One-fourth pound each of flour, butter nnd sugar, one quart of milk, tivelre Oggs ; mix butter, flour and sugar together, add to the milk, and boil until it thickous ; when cool add iirtst the yolks jf the eggs, then the whites, batten -to a stiff froth Place thepuddinz dish in a pan partly filled with water in the oven And bako nearly an hour. For the sauce, three quarters of a cupful of butter, twojjupfuls of sugar ; mix butter and sugar to a cream, aud put the distfih a pan of hot water to dissolve. Flemish Sauce. Cut a ciroful of the red-part-of-a carrot into a very sm...

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. — 12 June 1884

-v -' J ft SZSBCtSSi If lie JtiifrcftJ THE OFFICIAL. PAPER OF HOCKING COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR. L. GBEE2J, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR The Hocking Sentinel. fh- mtnthe, YOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO,. THURSDAY.. JlfflE 12, 1881 NUMBER 9, ADVERTISED EATiSS. .SJ'- One Square..... ...... . Each additional in&ertiou. .. Cardsper year,. ......... Loonluoticesperline......-.. ! Yearly advertisements SIHO percolui-u 6 i n PIERRE, IDa-l-Ota-. The city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hnghe-s county, Dakota, and is lo cated on the east bank of the Missouri- rher, in the geographical centr of the i proposed new Mate or South Dakota, e. and is opposite the center of the treat j Sioux reservation, it is the JPSYSICIAJf J..C. CAMPBELL,!. I. I.C. WRIGHT, It. . CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physicians Surgeons Also local Surgeons rCH V&TR. R Office, one door went of Work Baker's toe, Logan, Ohio. may 31, V13. terminus of the Dakota Central through trunk iine of the Chicago & Northwest ern Rai...

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. — 12 June 1884

c! -j; - r- "- -v - -c.-vcw -i.- V-J E5J. f kJ n v t V :L LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. FEIUiS PER YEJLR, 2.00- Thursday, June 12, 1SS4. Democratic District Ticket For Common Picas Judge, JOHN S. VliiESXEli. Democratic Couuty Ticket. . For Clerk of Court Arthur MuOourlnoy For Probate Judge William T Acker For Countv Treasurer John Notestone For County Commissioner John T Nutter For County Surveyor James W Davis For Inflnnnry Director Andrew Wright - - Simple-Sim- Tlie Managing Editor of the Columbia Times, quoting an article from the Senti nel, coarsely remarks that the article in the Sentinel is strangely in contrast with a telegram from the Editor upon the same subjectr "the dispatch being completely false. This is not gentlemanly language. The dlpatch "was true and declared the Muta tion exactly as it was at the time. St. Simeon is eilhr simple or ungentle manly; botb probably, as shown by his liiDguage. Schurz, Geo. William Curtis,Far low of Boston, well known to tlie Hock...

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. — 12 June 1884

V-- continued from 2J page grew in culture they came into fre quent uso. So, many ot our own Avords came from tliis source that we aro constantly spii.kinj: Greek and Latin without knowing, it. The piMctice of adding to tin En g'ish vocahulary, words adopted iron) these languages is still carried on with activity, and there is little prospoct of a change. It is abso lutely necessary as a means of de noting those new objects, idc-s and relations winch are continually ap pearing and demanding expression. The resources of En dish for the formation of new words are so lim ited that aid from other Laiigu-sges are indispeusib e. !New terms which are retailed by the progress of science are almost wholly drawn from the iniexhausUiblu storehouse of Greek and Latin. The terms derived from those languages are descriptive ot their properties or objects which the' rep resent, Tims, a Greek scholar up on hearingkhe words 'thermometer1 and "lelesope,"" will immcdntely know what the' mean, for 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. — 12 June 1884

-?i5b--'-S,fi5ff-!?i'J- ' 'pg g?5aii gwggsas rrtS&S f jzisst- &&$?& zSistfxs? tr?1 ? .-a?fj5:" ut?'!,svjsaa5ao23Si.-ii .- 8 Si -jn fe I- EXAMINERS' TEST QUESTIONS. EULE. Any applicant detected in giving or receiving aid in any way, will be deprived of the privilege nf appearing before the Board for ae year. GRAMMAR. J. P. H. STEDEM, Examiner. 1. Define Syntax, Proposition, Discourse, Analysis and Synthesis. 2. Write sentences in which all the relative and interrogative pronouns are properly used. 3. What modes are not used in interrogative sentences ? Why ? 4. What are auxiliary verbs ? Name them. What tenses are formed without them ? 5. What is said about the use of adjectives and adverbs after cer tain verbs? Illustrate. 6. What is punctuation? Slate its rel it.iori to grammar. 7. Abridge and make full explanations. I was not aware that he was niy enemy. S. Parse all the words : ''What came ye out to see ?" 9. Correct and punctuate and give reasons for both : Wisdo...

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. — 19 June 1884

7r ". ,' "",i .C3H mm fxttjsr V? ? ??$ . s - is-a.-3weo. 'UJMft-J NSSjit -.- ' -.- jffl I- otiso V P wmmmmmmm v K H y- xy is 7 1 . -Mt .' f tMlffttrtl ' HI(V 1 1 t jh 'o i? - yXB' OFFICIAL i.PEK OP m S ". HOCKING COUNTY. I.. ORKE.Y, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR ' - xc r H - 3 15 B thi I- - jfr - . . I. v . '- IS " . toe ix Sentinel. sit TT" -V LOGAN, OHIO; -TnUBS&t JUNE 19, 1881 NJMBER 10, $t jlriifitjel, : Q- S&44s.i. ' ' PIERRE, XDa-lrota,- Tho city of Pierre is the county seat of of Hnghes county, Dakota, and is lo; ootoi) nn tlio one? hank of the Missouri river, in the geographical center of the proposed new State of bouth UaKota, . e ana is opposite ine ce-nier ui i"- n.i-i. t PHYSICIANS. MULMta' J. C.CAXPBBU.X. D. I.C.WBIQHT, X. D. CAMPBELL & WRIGUT, Physicians Surgeons AIko local Surgeons oryH ViTR. R. Office, one door west of Work & BukerS 10 e, Logan, Ohio. may 31, tJ. C.UeDESTEIflEK, M. D. UHAS. VT.OAlll.Ei iSMrt Sioux reservation. It is.-the present termintis of ...

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 June 1884

-?-A. - 'rtac t V r -Of W-ViiS 5p-if ;w?: ijtj- p " ' ' J i"f Nt ;jjauMIgBnvg?x'p.ij?yafff.TCTt r4t'mgM$m I SF - V hc jptih LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AX1 PROPRIETOR. TERMS PEIi YEAR. 2.00 Thursday, June 19, 1884 Democratic District Ticket For Common Picas Judge, JOHN S. F1UESNEK. Democratic Comity Ticket. JTor Clerk of Court Arthur McCourlney For Probate Judge William T Acker For Countv Tieasuror John Note-stone For County Commissioner John T Nutter For County Surveyor James W Davis For Infirmary Director Andrew Pom Wright tii.dex declines. On the Fourth page we publish the letter of Mr. Tilden declining: 10 ue a candidate tor President. This declination will be an occa sion of profound regret to the Democracy, who almost to a man felt that the great fraud and wrong of '76 should be righted, and that Tilden should again be our candidate. The letter is an able document and deserves a lasting place in the political literature of our country. Judge Thurman comes next to Tilden as the choice ...

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 June 1884

mummmwm fcjMiiiJjwi ammmESf2EC2!ace2BZ3s&zzrzs, 'SSSl jmasj&s&rmvas&EaxBiBS!, i niw , fe.D A N hr V- LOCAL ITEMS. "John Hansen, so says ."the Ga zette, -has moved 5o hisTarm'in Laurel township. I'Fraitk.Blasiusjind Harrv Buer hansj Sr.-, preposo going to Ger niajuy 'about. Hie lirst of next mon. . The.Infirmary .Directors enter t in'ed f lie Gounly Commissioners on jasPFriday. and a very pleas ant time was had. - Mrs. Robert Ferguson, aged about 80 yeary. and one of the oldest, ci'izens of Washington township, died on last Sunday Commissioners of flocking co., the firt.1 three days of their regu lar June stssion,-allowed and paid 298.75 for sheep killed and injured by docs. Mr. John Hansen's wife and children, arc spending the summer oirtbe farm m the" Satin rty. Mr. Hansen continues in Logan at tending to the busincsof hig law office. At "Nelson vi lie, last Fridav af ternoon. James Faire,.a coal mi ner, age 2S, an employe of W. A. Shoemaker & Co., was almost in...

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 June 1884

2F& 5-1 V' x& r 13 -- F- V b; x TiMen's Letter. Be declines to be a Candidate for President. New York, Juue 11. The fol living communication from Sam uel J. Tilden lias been given to the Associated Press : Njsw Youk Juno 10, 1884. To DnnleCMnnnlii .', f Mialrman of t he Dem-. . r x- Yfc- ! ocratie fctate tuuimiui . . . In my letter of June IS, 18S0, ad dressed to the delegates from the fcvaie of New York to the Dem ocratic National convention. I said: "Having borne faithfully my share of labor and care in the pub lic service, and wearing the marks 0 its burdens, I desire nothing ao much as an honorable discharge. 1 wish to lay down the honors and toils of even quasi party leadership and to seek the repose of private life. In renouncing reuomiualiou for the presidency, I do so witn no doubt in my mind as to the vote of the State of New York or of the United States, but because I believe that it is a renunciation of re-election to the presidency. To those who think my renomina...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
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