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THE HOCK12STG SENTIJSEJL,, JA-jSTXTAiHY 991
THE HOGKING SENTINEL,!
Subscription Price- - $1.50
ire Job Printing a Specialty,
Dan VooRhkks will continue to
tiaujet fausincssiiti the U. S. Sen
ate lor another six years. The un
dianiAi.B know a good thing when
they $ve it.
. TmNK of Kansas, with its 80.
159 plurality for Haukison over
Clk BLAND, protesting by a two
thirds vo, of its legislature repro
Bfttu&tivea elected lust fall against
tno passage of the foice bill, ltov
'dulions don't 50 backmard.
Matou' McKinley. it is mi noun
ced, "will vihit Prince BitMAKCK
during the coming summer tu ex
press pesuually his ud miration for
that Statesman, ana his protection
policy." Tho ranjor shuuiW lake
glojjg tho returns of the late elect
ion sud let thu prince know what
liO Anjuiicin people think of it.
SkuA-TOR-Elect. Bkice, it is an
uouoced, basjomod in the move'
meut recently slaried in Onio look'
jpg to the uo.miuaJ.ion of Hen. JoilK
H. Thomas of SpringBeld as tlie
JDemoeiiilK " ci in ? (.'ovitiwi
Mr, 2HjJlA. - iiirnli. 1 i 1
Faruieis' Alliance i E. OiwiilLfai."
l.tlo candidate fur secretary ol s te.
has jrriU.tsu hini, Komiiiiig his euii
poit and declaring that lie nilf not
be a candidate. Mr.TEoMAS was
Mr Brick's leading competitor for
senatorial armors. But what is the
mutter with Govbrnou Campbell?
Tuk iurce and fraud bill got a
set-back yesterday. Sonator Wol
C0XX, Republican, ol Colorado
moved to lay it aside and take up
the apportionment bill regulating
representation in congress and the
electoral college under the census
vi J.S90. Tina bill passi-d the limine
some weeks ago, and wis reported
favorably by the senala committee,
bat amendiiujuls aie pending in
.creasing the representation from
356 to 359. giving an additional
representative to Minnesota, Ar
kanbas and New York. A motion
to table senator WolcoXT's inotiou
wub rejected ayes 34, nay a 35
and it iv as then adopted by the
same vole ot 35 to 34, Senators
CAM3aoa, Jones of Nevada
.Stkdwaet, "ellek, WaSUBUUN
and Wolcott, Republicans, voted
svith Democrats. Air. Ingalls au-
oliier KopuUlicuii senator, was
paired with SaNd-HS, a force bill
senutor. 'This gives seven Repub
lican votes against going-on with
J,be force bill, Ai in a full
teuate the Repub'icaiu
have 14 majority, this defection
would make a tie in the teuale
Although not decisive, as even
day guiued is ol 'vast importance
the changes are improving the bit
will be side-tracked, There is .
good deal of debut? in the appor
ionraent bill Senator CAMEKK"h
yolo,"" which is :.u indirect on.
against the lorce nbomiii.ttion, wii'
have tno approval of a largo ma
jorjiy of the people pf Fennfylva
iiiu," What the Democrats arc
"really fighting lor," in their op
position lo i lie lorce bill, accord
ing to the "Gazelle,'' "are llic
stolen seals in congress basei
upon h,e suppressed Republican
Vjoje.'' We gnes.not. The Re
publican vote was not suppress
ed at the November eleclion.and
the Democrats, with this force
bill as one of Iho two paramount
issues, the other being the Mc
Kinley tax bill, elected 'twenty''
mora representatives form the
Northern States than the Repub
licans. If every Southern Dem
ocrat was out ol hi seat, the
Republican would bs in a far
greater minority in the next
house than they had majority iu
the present house when it wiu
organized. Don't you i e e,
neishbqr, that the g. o. p. u
back number even in the "loyal"'
Stales 7 Pittsburg Post.
Lst The Mayority Rule.
The Democrats in Congress, iu
their noble aud palriolie fight
Against the gag and force bill,
are battling for majority rule,
ssndljendeavoring to perpetuate
the power of a discredited and
In 17 Northern Slates, at the
November election, tlie issue on
.hcbujcepUeongrecsman on Re
publican admission being the
force bill, the Democratic gain
in the popular vole was over
602,000 1 la 18S3 the Republi
cans carried everyone of these 17
State. In 1S90 the Democrats
carried 12 of them.
In all the States the Democrat
ic majority for representatives in
congress the issue being the
force bill was 800.87G over the
total Republican vole.
Nearly 10,000,000 were cast for
HJprob.eululiygs in congress, aud
on this force bill issue tho Re
publican candidate were in ft
minority of 1,332,502, while the
regular Demucialic vole exceed
ed that of ail other caudidntates
-Republican, Farmers, Piohib-
ilion, Ituiffieiidf tit and Labor
1 combined 208,570.
A Republican innjority. of 24
in the prcspiit house was conver
li.i : n : :-:i..
ieu nun i jLcuiuuiiiiJi; nii'j'uiij
of 157 in the next congress.
Never w.ih a question more
clearly and definitely Biibmilled
to the American people than
was the foice b at the congies
Moiuil etrctioiis-. It passed the
Republican house in the uiii
mer, but the Republican senate
declined lo act on it and permit
ted the quetliou to go to the peo
pie. From Speaker Reed down,
and the speaker made speeches
in almost every Northern state
the Republican oriJ.ors declared
the lorce bill the Miureiue issue
So did their Slate and congress
ional convention almost with
The verdict was the most em
phaticand overwhelming against
iho force bill ever rendered by
the American people on any
qusiion submitted lo their decis
ion. The gallant battle tho Democ
ratic senators are making is for
the right of the right ol the ma
jority lo rule,
Iu thirty days a congress will
succeed to power iu which the
force bill would be rejected by
the voles of more than oivo thirds
of the representative of tho pe.)
pie, and I here will be such
ch i'g-' in the I'omp-i-iilion qf
Ui- -eii.i'f ii woul 1 t til in ihat
bad v .
Bui iu the brief interval be
tweeu the verdict of the people
and its practical and law opera
tion IheRepuOlicanshnpe lo.-.leal.
gap. bribe and intimidate this
monstrous measure of legislation
through both hoeses pf a repud
iated and rejected congress. Tlii
is bad enough, but to do ii on the
pretense enforcing the popular
willis colossal impudence andllie
laying of old Satan himself.
The Palmar Family-
On last Thursday evening as
w:ik announced iu our last issue
'he Paimer family, asisted b
Profs, Miller and G-iie. of Col
umbus appeared at Rempel's
Opera House, in Iheir mo-i ele
gant and appieciateil ronceri.
Air. Palmer certainly should by
the happiest man iu Soul hern
Ohio for his haviug been bleed
with such a miit-ical. talented, and
beautiful family of girl. Their
opening Hie concert with the
striking (an scene was certainly
a market hit in the entertain
ment. Th? sweet voice of (hi;
vouiigesl (i mere child) as II
came I'orili in elixir aud perleci
acceui, and bloke upon the ear.-,
of the listener, like an elherial
voice from heaven, chorused by
iho other mellow voices of the
family, produced that bliiring
ellect upon Hie sou', as one
might wish lo sooth him to rest
when the last flickering light ol
life is slowly fading away.
The duet, "Margueretle," ren
dered by the elderly sisters, wa.
in i he -iriciesi sense ol li.irinunv
The two clear voices blended in
p-rfecl accent. '-Jakey,'' Ihe
song and danc6 rendered by
Edith Palmer, certainly desarved
the merit of tne highest appro
bation of the art, as did Miss
Minnie Palmer, iu her rendering
of "Little Jim.'' Wo have sal
in cushioned pews, and under
ihe glaring tableau lights, had
Hie most lender death scenes
presented before us. but in no
instance have we seen Mise Pal
mer excelled iu the lone aud
manner in which she renders her
pathetic selections! Her grace
ful poture, breathless attitude,
rich voice in pathos, unexcelled
bearing and keen expression ol
eloquence, reach down into (he
strongest heart and clutcheu it iu
l s povvei; it quivers, melts, and
the tears of pathos pour forth in
sireuins oi - tender emotions.
Proud, we say. should be the pat
ents ol such a soul, bursting with
volumes of unexcelled eloquence.
Mr. Palmer has our most extend-wi-dies
for the future pf his
flow much more. elevating it
is for our peopU to lent) an ear
lobuch strains of propriety, than
io wail in breathless silepce for
(he first cioak of a cock fight or
(he shuffle of a sparing match.
L'it our future be filled with dit
playal of such talent and we will
glory in Ihe peaceful existence.
Plenty of mud und bi.d roads
A beries of meeting are fn pro
gres at the M. 12. church at Fair-
vie.w conducted by Rev. Gihsp e. 1
William Carpenter of Millville,
who has hoen seriously ill with con I
sumption, we are soiry U nay is not
expected to recover.
Mr: W. E. Engle is the proudest
man in Falls Township, it is a ten
pound boy. j
Mr. H.C. Evans of Laurel Town
ship ivalks on tip toes, thoy are a
fine pair of twin boys.
Mr. Frank Newton, who was
away lailrouding near Cincinuali i
is home on a visit but intends go-
iuj. back uaxt week.
A Crowded House Witnesses !
the Presentation 'of Reuben
The largest audience of the
season assembled at the Gaity
theatre last night to wiiness the
presentation of ihe Yankee com
dy entitled Reubun Glue.
The play is a mixture of En
glish melodrama comedy and
specially. Willis E. Altera as
Reuben Glue was fully up 10 the
requirements of his part and his
doll witticisms wero very tak
ing. Geome B. Sinn as the dutch
dieen raiser introduced Dutch
songs and dancing in a very able
manner. The remaining mem
hers of the company were fairly
good in their respective roles.
Spingfield, Mass, JJezvs.
lliH piece will oe preseni.eu
to-morrow night at Remple's
DR. I. O: WRIGHT.
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AN OEDINANCE AMENDING
To Appropriate Property for Alleys
Beit ordained by tho Council of the
VilUee of Logan Ohio, that an orilln.-iicr
cntUK-il VAn Ordinance to Appropriate
Properly lor Alleys" passed December 9tli
A I 1800 be so amended us to read us fol
lows: Be it ordained by the Council of tho vil
lage or Locan Ohio that Its i&teution Is
hereby dccl-r".! to condemn nud appro
priate to the public use for the pui poses of
Alleys, and It hereby condemns and appro
priates to such publicuselor the purposes
of Alleys, the following described property
An Alley running East and West be
tween Mulberry and Market Streets and
connecting with said Streets aud Alley
an now opened North of In Lot number
two hundred and stven (207) on a line with
the first alley North of Hunter Street, at
opened between Walnut and Mulberry
streets, said Alley appropriation elijht and
ono quartei feet offofthe North aldeol the
East halfof original out lot number two
ol said VilhiRe ol Logan and eight and one
quarter feet off the North -nd of in lot
number oi.e hundred and elRhtynlue (18a)
iik1 BS and one quarter feel off of the
North Mdr-or In lot number one hundred
and eluhty eiuht (ISS) as said lots are ron
secntlvely numbered In said villa e,
au eiuht and one qu-irter feet olf of out lot
number two, as at pn-iwnt numbered re!
ferenee to plat book of vlllace, pane folly
ofreconls or Ilocklin; County Ohio. Alto
an Alley corr-spondiiis In width and gen
eral direction with the Alley between in
lots numbers one hundred and sixty six
and one hundred ami sixty even ub said
lots are consecutively numbered north
ward tnrousth out lots numberx tnlrty Ave
thlitj lour, thirty one, thirty, twenty
seven, twenty six, twenty lime, twenty
two. aud iilnetet-n, connecting with street
running East and West North or out lot
lot number niiiteen. Ami the Solicitor Is
hereby authorized and Instructed to inMi
tuto the necessary proceedings and to ap
ply to the Court lorwn Inquiry and assevs
mentof the Compensation to oe paid lor
such property, and the amount so found
tosrelhtr. With the casts or kucIi appro
priation bhall be p.iid by the said Village
according to law.
Said oiiglnal ordinance Is hereby repealed.
Pttssed January 27th, 1891.
Attecl W W Keynes, Clerlt-
An Ordinance Accepting
und Confirming a Dedi
.cation Therein Des
cribed. Whcrens A I Vorl nnd L A Culver, ns
slizne.-s for the benefit of creditors of John
S Frieaner, and Frauk W Gallnnher ami
Kitty oullanlier his wife, belnir the owners
thereof upon their own motion, nnd by
onlerortlie Court of Common Pleas ol
Hocking County Ohio, have duly mid
properly I.iid out certiiln lands as and for
an addition to the Village of Loenn, mid
have correctly platted and described the
same, and dedicated to public ive the
streets and alleys, as shown nnd described
thereon. and duly acknowledged tho same;
Be lt'ordained by the council of the Vill
age ol Logan, Ihat said addition and ded
ication of Its streets, alleys, and public
grounds, as shown aud described on Fald
plat thereof, now on flle wite the Clerk of
said vlllnge, be and the same Is hereby ac
cepted and the same is hereby accested and
J P ROCHESTER, Pres Council,
Attest, W W Keynes
Passed January 27th, lfcSl-
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Mrs. Michael Curtuin, Plain
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she caught co!d, which settled on
bor lungs; she was treated lor a
month by her fjmily phyaiciau.
hut grew worse. Ho told her she
wug a "hopeless victim of consump
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lor Consumption; eho bought a bot
tie and to her delight found her.
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She continued its use and after
taking ten bottles, found bcr
self stiiiud and well, nnd docs her
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Large bottlei 50c nnd $1 00.
PHONO UiNUliU bUFeless
From a letter written by Ers.
Ada K Hunt of Gorton. S D.. we
quote: "Was taken with a b,id cd.l.
which settled on mv lungs. cough
set in and filially terminated in
Consumption Four doctors gave
me up saying 1 could live hut a
short time. I pave mvself up to
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My husband was advised to gel Dr.
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sumption. Coughs and Colds I
gave it a trial, took in all eight
bottles: it has cured me aud thank
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A BIBLE KIDDLE
I here send you the answer
lo tho riddle you published list
week. It had neither aTaa. legs or
teet, tho living soul was Jona and
at the time the riddle was com
posed, whale oil was uiied very ox
tuusixcly tor light. Taking it alto
gether I think it one of the best
liddics I evur read.
W. V. Mcliroom
Notice of Election.
The members nfihe Hocking
County Ariciii'lutMl socoily
arc hereby notified of a meet
ing tt the office of the society in
Logan on Saturday dan. 31t
1S91 between the hours of 10 am
and 3 p. m. for selecting the
following officers lovii:Ono pres
idenl One Vi:e preideul lo
servo one year.Five directors lo
Berve I wo yearn each. t
A Business meeting vyill be
held on Salurday Feb. 7ih. at
1 o'clock p. m h.r the purpose of
reorganizing (he board.
S. E. Bay Pres.
B.C. Hkbkb Secv.
We nre nuthnrlzeil to announce the
rmn.e otJ Goorl:iv;!iH cnndleats lor As
tfssur In the Gore Precinct,
I saillT Injured tho slightest Irritation ot
the throat or larynx at once affecting It
tone, flexibility, or power. AU efforts to
ing or speak In public, under such condi
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Cherry Pectoral lias been of very great ser
vice ta me. It Improves and strengthens
the voice, and is always effective (or tlift
cure of colds and coughs."
"Upon several occasions I have suffered
(rom colds, causing hoarseness and entire
loss ot voleo. In my profession of an auo
tloneer any affection ot the voice or throat
Is a serions matter, but at each attack, I
have been relieved by a few doses of Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. This remedy, with oru
nary care, has worked such a
that I have suffered very little lnconven.
lence. I have also used it in my family, with
excellent results, In coughs, colds, &c."
Wm. H. Quart'y, Mlulatou, Australia.
"In the spring of 1853, at Portsmouth, Va.,
I was prostrated by a severe attack of ty
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(heir remedies, and for on year I was not
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vice of Dr. Shaw I tried Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral, and to my surprise and great joy, la
'ess than one month I could converse easily,
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I have often recommended tho Pectoral, and
Save never known it to fall." George B
Lawrence, Valparaiso, Ind.
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J. hL DAVIS. Pro,
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We Propose to Close Out the BOOT & SHOE Bus
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$9,000 Worth of
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before Sizes are Broken and get your BAEGAINS
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Insurance Comany, Hart-
STATE OF OHIO,
Columbus, Jauunry Stli, 1839.
I W H Kinder. HuDeriiueuilcnt of lu-
Kuraiice of lue BUito or Ohio, do hereby
rortirr tlmt ihn lH AKNIX Insurauce Com
pany, locuieu at, lluriiom, in ma auno ui
uonneciicui, nns compiicu iu u rtapt-ui.
with the laws of this Stnte, relatiug lo In
Kiininpn rTonmaiilps nthpr ihitn l.lfe. 111-
c-:DOritBd tiv other States of the United
States, aud is .luthorizcd to transact its ap
propriate Business oi iru liisuriincB ia
this State, in accordance with the law,
during the current year. The condition
und business of said Compai,y on the 31st
day oKleccmuer. oi ne year uexi preccou
liiKtlie date liereor Is shown by the state
ment, ulider oath, required In Sec. 281,
Revised Statutes of Ohio, to be as lollown ;
Aggregate amount of available -
A wrrrprnfp airinunt of IjlablHtlss
(fxreot CnDltal). including Ke-
Amount of actual ui"i ii?
Amount of Income for the year
year, in coiU,
IK Witness Ukbeoi", I havo
hereunto subscribed my name
and caused my offlcial Seal to
be alrlxed the day and year
year first above written
W U KINDER,
Superintendent of Insurance
L S BORT, Agt., Logan, O.
ASSIGNEES SALE. ;
According to an order to mo issued by
the Probate Judge of Hocking County Ohio
1 will oflcr for sale at public auction on
Saturday, Feb, 7th, 1891,
the entire stock of the late firm of V. Q"
Bowen i Co, consisting or Saloon fixtures
Bar arrangments. Liquors Ao Ac
Bale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. at
Haiio Whites old Saloon, stand West end
Mala St, Logan O. WmMBOWE,f
Jan 15th. 4 w.
JOHN E. RAUCH.
BOOTS & SHOES
And Latest Styles of M?np La
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For every Day W oik; Also Ligh'
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Ladies, Misses and Children.
Thebestassortment of any Store in Lo
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Thebest shoemiikerstot Lofrnn are em
plcved an work raalie promptly to order
The public lias my thankHforllberalcu
torn, and are Invited to continue, thel
patronage. JNO.E. RAUCH
Science Has Conpered
And made it Possible to Re
store Defective Eyesight
to Normal Vision,
Astigmatism is due to Irregular shape ol
eye, aud Is usually congenital. Many
school children with this defect are called
stupid, but with properly flited glasses
meymay oeconie me origuttratuiiMiuwiara.
This Is quite u common aud daugerous de
fect. ' Hypermetropia is a malformation which
keeps the ciliary muscle In constant use,
wherean in a normal eye ii Is at re .t whtn
looking at a distance, This detect Is ne
glected may result In nervous depression
and pain, and even prostration.
Myopia is a diseased condition of the eye
which should be very carefully fitted to
Erevent an Increase of the defect and pcr
aps ultimate blindness.
Presbyopia Is a loss of accommodation In
the eye which may cause cataract unless
corrected by artificial aid
Frequent nervous orslck headaches and
also serious illness are brougnl on by one
ro mora of the above defects.
ssTRcmeinberno charge foi testing you
N. J. WEILAND,
Optician and J ew eler.
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Just Organizsd Wllh
DUS S. U. BRIGHT, as P'tnidt Bt.
JOHN HANSEN. Secretary
L. A. CULVER, TreasMer.
JOUN F. WHITE, Attorney
And an able Board lot Directors.
THIS Association 13 organized for the
purpose ofraislng money to be loaned
among tlie members thereof for use la
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siouk are now open at room No. 3, Uoliltn
Shares J100.00 and J500.00cach.
Meetings every Saturday night from 7 to
Weekly dues on each 3IOuato"lc,26 cts
Any niembaroan draw out his H'onr st
any time, and If left mors than 6 mouths,
Anymnmbercan borrow as much money
as his shares of ntock renrtwen at 8 per
cant. Interest, aud aoch premium us he
For fjnherinfortnation seo Constitution
S. It. BRIHT,rroldent.
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Eespectfull y informs the citizens of Logan and sur
rouudl nc country that he has opened ft Feed Store on Main street, osc door wtn
Harrington'. Draj Store, wuer be will tcep constantly on hjiiU the best brand of o
Flour, Oats, Corn, Bran, Shorts,
EXCHANGE A SPECIALTY.
By a urict nltantion to tlie wants of
pleasa in quality and price, he hopes
for the Advertisment of
l W. BOWLBY k
who will present to the Public
and their many Patrons, next
week, a list of their MAMMOTH
SuLrparisim-g Prices ,
the people and a disposition to
to mum a shsie oi the pablio
March IS lmj
"One Price Clothier:'
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