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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 January 1884

-y-qjv.iMp- -ijTrrr:: i rr irim"TtnMfiairi f3 ' T&f ,J W rmmp . lrt!-W ,remtU-Ji.-tUw..Mc(-.s.tsa. fef.z.p.-- .Vi.l.a'Jtt t -V-.- --.vs- --.o.s-j.a?r.'..'.Q.iv.,fit..J.i.. . - -4;s''i w- o ki &$$ NTTNEL TUE OFFICIAL PAPER OF HOCKING COUNTY ! SUBSCRIPTION 52,00 A YE Ml L. GEEEX, Editor and Proprietor. ADYEKTISING KATES. One Square..... .......... H:ic;Ii additional int.-rtIon Cants per year, . .. LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1834 NO. 38 VOL. 42. Local not! cos pert 'tie.. . 1" Ye.irlyatlvertliisiii'jiiU Slto jer column -r " nL Thk Hocking Se -- ' -- t- i-: - r-: f r-' ' -a - .- . . V?-- . t, i. r 7 ,1 m i ! PHYSICIANS. i Holiday Excursion C, 51. & T ituilway. a.0AMPBKLi.,5i.. i.c vtright, at-Dj v?e are authorized to announce CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, j (hat on Saturdays. Mondays and l IIYSICUVS and SVRC2 EOXSi Tuesdays, December 22d, 24th, r " ? 25th. 29th and 31, 1SS-3, January AlMLioalSutseonsforCIIV&TRitlwav' j 1SS tie Q. H. V. & T. Rail- kiranSo.wcst lXV"rU,...

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. — 3 January 1884

tscs SS - j 4 -uE- -r ! bi? X 1856. IVHE7X29fB K LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND rKOPRIETOit. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00. Thursday, Jan. 3, 1SS4. News Items. Tho Galveston News, discussing the Presidency, says, "Thurman is the man for Texas." Coal gas, water gaB, and electric light companies are antagonizing on-unolher throughout the country. The swindling pension attorneys at Washington City seem to be get ting deeper and deopor iu trouble. The Seymour (Ind) Democrat fays: ''Protection is robberv. Free Tariff reform trade is a delusion. it indispensable." Tho Tolodo Sunday-Journal, says tror. poster, "was once a safe pro phet, but that was before the days of cyclones and tidal waves." Privato Dalzell is writing wlinnn. "Tbjjsnp le'ters to the newspapers ur ging the Republican party to nomi nate ueneral bb.'rman for the Presi dency. This finishes Sherman. Sabin, the new National Eep. Com. Chairman, having made his fortune through the working of a high protective and proscriptive tariff, can be re...

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. — 3 January 1884

S L "k. 7,- Jt - .1 - ; j i, x & w4tw I i I 1 w. - U U V r A l ft -r- -' & vm nwirmnntr nn iSiH3aa3Bg3gBBsscBsaa&B3s LOCAL MATTER. Notiee to Del inqnents 8nlU Pn1pncd. On account of the very liberal response to our dun for money, we are enabled to pay our ur gent debts, and not being sued, we don't want to ?ue anybody. We therefore extend the time . to all Delinquents until January 8th ,1884. We wish all our readers to hve a happy Holiday season, nd then we hope to have our New Year and theirs bright, and cheerful with a settlement to date. We will take in pay on sub scription any thing to eat, to wear, or that will pay debts. Tiring ub Country Produce Gar den; Sass, Live Stock, Hoop Poles, f Taiv. Bark, Possums, Bad Ac- counts, Long Notes, anything to balance accounts. We must have settlement on January 1st, and we will make every compromise to avoid a suit and bad feeling. Dec6-3w. A Lvgau Lecture Bureau. Last week twenty-five of our leading business men entered in to ...

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. — 3 January 1884

EM wr ?4 u H- v. i i i s ti -.J w w 1 V T& r -tA MK tsss ax-frc: arras Kre7i Styles in Idoii'a Apparel. A few of th bolder manufacturers nave endeavored to foist certain rich, tiark colors upon Iho market, with a View to ha-rin them mlopted for dress Hints, displacing thereby, the comber, orthodox black: bat it is bclioved that the good taste of the class accustomed to wear full evening dress will nip tins attempt in the bud, prompted as it is by the fact that there is less money in the black than in the deep wine colors. The lapels of the dress coat are to bo made smaller this year than last, and 'trill be fashioned to roll somewhat higher than heretofore, the curve or scoop commencing t the third button. " tThc sleeves will fit a trifle more closolv to the arm, and the skirt, if changed ut H, will be slightly lengthened Silk facings, either m full or extending only to the buttonholes, are still fashionable, the material used being a fine rep cord ed silk. Black satin is in bad...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 January 1884

" -r 5. ' ' "V 1 t V. !! ija,.c&iaa5agiafia5aaa j i,-mXiSHviiiiSiJS&5SSSiSSKa. STafff-.-mtta- iI2Sasa-QiiSS3SS35SrSSSia SiSSSEJSSSfcSSisjSfiSasjaiS: Cfi 'i.r7?; VirpvS3- $he kt ffieifififjfl jcniincl. ri or,K tng 1 ' y ft'"" " '"J "t """3 fnX i.S JL w t &.a r i fa t r A S V I til TFICIAL PAPER OV ROCKING COUNTY ! VflSCKIPTIOK 12,00 A YBE' i,. ailEX, SiiUr ui Proprietor. -u. X. JL iJL-J3 VOL. 42. LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 10. 1834 NO. 39 AI7EKTISING KATES. One Square Each additional insertion ., Cardsper yc:r, . TjO.aluotlces perlliic ..... 16 Yearly aJvertieents J1.0 per column 51 W 8 0? PHYSICIANS. C'agh. (ptbat 4. A Boston latri;r. If -ou are suffering with a Cough On entering the wide and hospitable C.nH A.ihma. Bronct-tifi, Hay Fever, ! doors of ons of Boston's most beautiful Vw... - - . . AKPBELI.,K. . I. C. WKIQHT, E r? rifP tt w r T. W T? T f H T. ..iVOin.vfi.nj fmanPOKS' Consumption, loss of voice, tickling in dwelling-houses tho first sonsatioa re FUY8IC1A....

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 January 1884

--' g-aggatgre:r B9BEa9EI Pggag-MTSHgWg5Sg'WJy l.ttm W-Jg-" ' f AAtJJ.-J"J'!tga;?Jgffi..i -JH.gCg ZS Lmmi'f. t V I' it 7 V Y IN JL j $ - & m Ie Jinsiitfe!, LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. rEKXS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Jan. 10, 1SS4. We regret the defeat of Gen Ward for Senator. He was the first choice of a majority of I he Democrats of this county, lie was the first choice of a majority of the Democrats of Cliio, but the first choice of only 17 mem bers of the Legislature. He was the second choice of all the other members, and had Pendleton de veloped anything like his ex pected strength, vould have held the balance of power, and most likely have been nominated. His defeat is a matter of deep re gret to his many friends in this county; but he still is a Demo crat, a hero, and his friends will Btand by him. The defeat of Mr. Pendleton, and the very uncomplimentary vote of only 15 of the 82 Demo cratic members, shows that the Democracy of Ohio have no stock in his civil serv...

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. — 10 January 1884

"'?- r. 9 i "'jA,jg - T.jiL.'.a.ijjgysTgCTT3rV''r"'-rt 'aFaTOggBBatiih.vjvawiwftAJfcagaMja r.jreararasiSJireWM'g ryfcgiMrsg'ars'-fgTCEgasgT.. LOCAL MATTER. This is leap year. Bub Voris has a rievr Otis. JOB WIIK. The Gazette Jast week present ed some good sense on the sub ject of job work. School teachers, expectant bride grooms, high stepping fel lows generally who never hesi- i iw iuxi ill si hi order is leap jo.tr parlies. Haa-vl Becker's new advertise meiit ihis week. During the year 1SS3, but few deaths occurred. Snow fell to the depth of ten inches on Monday night. Squire -John Crawford is re ported as dangerously ill. About all of our saloon men h ave their ice houses filled. Logan was extremely fortu nate in having no fires latt year. Ed. Jourgensmeicr is getting out and shipping ice to Straits vifle. Barney Engle had hi snow plow at work on Tuesday morn ing at 6 o'clock. I The Logan- Union Schools opened in Logan on Monday with an average attendance. The churches were not e...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 January 1884

j?!Li'- - ' . ' ". "C - Ui'M as.vra:m,.r?r-r?yfTrcra? SEMES raES3E521GmyCE2lSL i:"i3SC-5ijiati'2i' trv S3 . Amanaa FaMss. A Feasant who bau often heard that Truth was ;i Jewel hla? at tbc bottom of a well, one day dascended into his. well to search for the treasure. He skinned his knees and elbows, barked liis nose, run an old fork into his foot, ftnd shivered around for six Ion? hour utiuic uus Tviic urew mm up unu h.i;ui : "What in Goodness1 name were vo doing down there?" "Looking for Truth." "Why I could have told you before you wont down that vou were th big gest Fool in America!'1' JtOIiAL: You can get more Truth than yos "want around any well-curb. TIIS SAILOR XXD THE BHAKK. A Sailor who had fallen overboard and tvas speedily interviewed by a Shark, cried out to his enemy: "Have pitv on a man who is down!" "My friend," replied the Shark, " man who keeps himsslf above water 1 of no use to me. Now Ls my time!" HORAi: A man who fells overboard in busi ness can expect no favors o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 January 1884

Q-, - TVW V ? V ?S&0S2&&&1!!&. terAj-v.rtv. UJ-- - -.-, -v .. , .. ,. - .-w;CTvggi:-Hre.cw X r ST"" N k ', vr r SS. .- , on. i..m -ta- - ' " ' ' THE OFFICIAL PAPBP. OF HOOKING . OOUHTYj SUUSCRIPTIOX 83,00 A YE VB L. GREEN, Editor and Proprietor Sentinel, 8. YOLUME 42. LO&AN, OHIO. THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1881 NUMBER 10: ADVERTISING KATES. One Squar? 51 -' Rich additional insertion 53 Gmlsper year, 6 r': Local notloea per line Yearly advsrtlsenients Sl6 per column PHYSICIANS J. C CA5irBEI.T-,r. D I.tYotV for CougterGoMuraption nd Lung; wen in America or any other comitry fetfttGEOS e da. cur.- r thoUgand3 of he cutting and dissecting of a bczonr; i . i in ii ) i iii in siiiiii. s:i i s i fit h hi i arponsforc n & t itaUwny t tliie ternb'e disease has caused, ail ; door west of Von; A ; Baker's . j j0 liav0 tested its merits tO piO n. Ohio. mnj ol, eJ. -, J.. Also local 8ar! Offlcn. one d tore. Logan, Ohio. S. O. daSSTEIG HK, M. . Cim. TV". CAMI.T, w.a DES. d...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 January 1884

ttuuE CB ss? m.. i :" "- " 1 I T I : ..:v is?a.!.i.t.'.-jAifcgiaea-lrw',i' J "mmmmmmWWWWWWWm- I I 1 5- P m $pn jSHilt LEWIS GREEN, KDITOR AND PKOPKIETOR. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Jan. 17, 1884. If Gov. Hoadly's "40 acres and amnle" rainpantism about the colored man in his Inaugural ad dress, in which he asks an "ear open to hear,'' refers in any way to Poindexter's clamor in the "State Journal, we object at once, -and shut our ears now, and close them with wax. Two open ears -and two quick eyes to the condi tion of the white working men of this country, are more in accord with Democratic sentiment. Give the white boys the ears and eyes of the Governor and the Demo cratic party. Senator Welsh. Senator Welsh has been ap pointed to places on the follow ing Committers : Judicial, Common Schools, 'Colleges, Corporations, Geologi cal Survey, Mines and Mining, -Sanitary Laws. Mr. Welih is made Chairman of the Committee on Corpora lions, and a better selection could not have been mad...

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 January 1884

: s. Hi S?3-, - "-"l i -. - .. """"? Fife -SflB""av ? & ? . V I J f & 3F ; - i LOCAL MATTER. Col. Weldy will accept our tbnnk6 for Taluable and interest ing public documents. Hepretentative Weldy spent Sunday among his constituents in Logan. Mr. L. S. Boil is on the sick list, and at present confined to his home. - Mr. J. R. Calvert, one of the prominent citizens of the Rock House country, made us a plea sant visit yesterday. Dr. Campbell has been appoint ed examining Pension Surgeon for thia county by the authorities at Washington. Col. Chun-hill of Znnesville, director of the Penitentiary, will accept our thanks for a copy of the Report of Penitentiary of the .past year. Mr. Jacob Keller is confined to home by a severe attack of rheu matism. Mr. L. Kleinschmidt attends to the business of the grocery. Sir. Fred Blum, one of the prominent citheen of northern Clarion, was in the city on last Saturday, and made a pleasant call at the Sentinel. Messrs. Woodruff and Trimmer are ...

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 January 1884

asset" iastl 1-, warAggg3teWBBafc: f, L 1. ( 1 " irf, mM ! -! . .. .. I I.!. . . ' ' THE CINCINNATI DAILY WtVt JOURNAL A lOailjr Moan ing ISFs'ssrs- pape: . A thoroughly Democratic Organ being, in fact, a condensed news mirror, giving such items of intcr est as-cun bo gathered through the dispatches of the Western Associa ted l'ress, by special telegrams, und by a well-organized corps of oorre spondents and local reporters, and which will faithfully and earnestly support the nominees of the party and upho'd the principles enuncia ted in its State and National Plat forms, will, be furnished to subscri bers at the following liberal rates of subscription, by mail, postage p id: Daily edition, for one year $7.00 Daily edition, for six months 4.00 Daily and Sunday edition for one 3'ear 9.00 Daily and T Sunday edition for six months 5.00 Daily and Sunday edition for three months 2 50 Sunday edition, for ono year 2 50 All subscribers to the Daily and Sunday News Journal for a period of fci...

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 January 1884

""SSVSSCV-' -P"" WsiysFvr" :-- - y.-x,; v..:-vM!rJ. : wuyTOgr'mggryjris yt?yy??agBS!5 -' - i J t- ?'Tyrtv'vT' -TrX'TyjSpfgS TgjfVV'7if i 1T-WW' x-WflK'iKrmf."r'M . J -?& ? ,&j i i 4fitc statriituL THE OFFICIAL PAPBtt OF HOCKING COUNTY! STJJSSCRIPTIOK 52,00 A YS R' L. 6R3EX, Eiitor and Proprietor PHYSICIANS. V 3. C. OJLKPBEtL.M. D. I.C.WKI8HT, M. D. jh" CAMPBELL & WRIGDT, FI1TSIC2 ABTS and SLUG COX S Alto local Surgeons for C K & T R-ill I way Office, one door west of Work & Baker's Store. Logan, Ohio. may 31, S3. X. 0.UDBTEIOKR, II. S. CHAS.W.CABLB, M.D DfiS. deSTEiGER & CABLE. Physicians and Surgeons. aaeatOr. James Little's. Main street, LOGAN, OHIO. uae29.1881-ly r f r XI"'V FT1 -' ' A .-rrz. rVT-7 TEYS1CHX AMJ SUKU&UJ o rear of Main Walberry Street. In room ronaarly occupied by Dr Pnllen Jan. 3ltk. 1880-f LOGAN OHIO. A. H- WILLIGE, PM7SICIAM & SURGEON. Katldtnca Vo. Si oatuColunibn St.. Letar. OIBm, detx Building, VNpith lum'jas atraet. Jnneb. 188...

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 January 1884

J. C. A " "' 3 Vi ?- ? l i - I 1 " 1 ! fpje JpMttiiq!, LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. rERHS PER YEAR, iJ L . 1.00- Thursday, Jan. 24, 1SS4. ?k( 1 V rum II; m . Ohio Senator's Ppeeclt at the Columlms Banquet, Columbus, O., Jan. 17. The banquet in honor of the election of Hon. B. B. Payne to the U. 6. Senate, given lo-night, was well attended, and was characterised by enthusiasm and good feeling. A number of speeches were de 1ivered,the mostnotable of which was by Mr. Payne himself, on -rfiich Jia-dafined liis petition in a number of leading issues. The speech made a good impression, and will go far toward removing any animosities caused by the Senatorial campaign. Senator Payne's Speeds. Gentlemen of the General Assembly : You have seen fit to elect me to the highly honorable and re sponsible position of a member of the United States Senate. No doubt the compliment was main ly intended for the pa:iently--waiting,long-suffering,ever-faith-ful and true Democrats of North ern Ohio....

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 January 1884

' Ki ' - - ". sti. . ' "-V i I I azjMfesJgasauciJiJM LOCAL MATTER. "W-JiTTEaD- A Rood honest boy to learn tho irinting"business. - llrs. John Liff returns thanks to her many friends for favors. Col. Sol Churchill of Columbus -visited in Lopan last Thursday. Mn. Elizabeth Wright contin ues teriouily ill. m There will be a grand ball at Hartman's evening. Hall, this Thursday Dr. Godsrd, of Maxville, was in th city on professional busi ness last Monday. JiissEl'za Wynn has taken a situation an seamstress at the Athens Asylum. llarry Ambrose, of the Rerapel House, haB taken a star border. He is an eleven and a half pound boy who arrived on last Sunday morning. Mr, Abel Carpenter was de Eghted on last Fridty night by the arrival at his house of a bran new boy. Jacob Ucker, of Shawnee, was in the city on Tuesday, and made a pleasant call at the Sentinel -office. Mr. Harmison of Baltimore, -visited the boys in Logan last week. He will continue the store j in Logan. President M ii. Greene, ...

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 January 1884

, V-. - -:y,rj::.-s:re;::;r LLSa i-oW-nWii. .V.I--:5 iv-" te. U Ir Is A Correct Cbpy of a Eemark&lc Posm. KSDITJk.TI053 OF A lUXDIJ, TUIXCB AKD S5i:rnc. JU1 the world orer. I wonder, in lands that I never '-.ivo n-cJ. Are the pccpla etcrnallv sochlus? for t&esigas ana steps of a Ood? TTe6twurd across the ocean, and northward ayont the rnotr. So they all stand caziasr. as ever, end what do the wliest Jjcowr Cere, in this mystical India, the deities hover and swarm Uie the -wild bees heard in the tree tops, or thecuf ts of & Fathering storm; la the air men be:r their voices, their feet on tho rocks are scsn, Tct we all car. -Whence is the racsesg-e, and what may the wonders mean?" A million shrines stand open, and cvar the censer swinj??. As they to a mystic symbol, or the Scares of aacleDt tings; And the inconso rises ever, and rises the end less cry ' Of there who arc heavy laden, and of cow ards, loth to dio. Por tho Destiny drives tii together, like deer in a pass of t...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1884

Ssg s?r ?. """ r Wr- - t a rs: U V v i fpie Jniiuel. TOE OFFICIAL PAPCB OF hocking mum. i,-"'sX' j tf & - , , s ' I U H OrTT TTSJIT- " TTTVTTTTVTITT Ear"' &&fyvilNs,. &. fa ' i a 3 5 H R j "3 ; ,.. , .,. 8 li .!L.&w & -- -a----- n - v,, ,js. --- o -a- . HrWia tte tilii5l SUBSCSIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR. L. GREEN. KOTPB ANO PRf'PRTKTOK. ! VOLUME 42, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 31 1881. NUMBER 42, ADTERTISISC. AT. On SgT .Bach Aiidltioual Ina Urd(erycr, ,i: Yearly aitTeitlsatnenta Sl r-ar :)!. iii? " X. C.CAJIP8II.L,M. D I.CHOHT, V. E CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physiciuns $' Surgeon; Jtlo local Surgeons JorCI 4TI!aIlwaj f);e, oue coor west or Work & B ikei ,ton, Logan, Ohio. may 31, '& 1.0.4uiRiiaulx.s. DM. deSTElGER & CABLE Physioians & Surgeon." ilaaatOr. Junes ltttle', Malnacreet, LO0AN, OHIO. . lso-iy J. H. DYE, Physician $ Surgeon Comer of Vain nnd Mu!n.erry street, 1 room formerly occupied by Dr. Unllesi. J an 39, ISSO-tr LofaAN t A. H. WjLLIGK...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1884

T5Wi ta &?" 1 -Zz m m V. e Jpnifh(dt LEWIS GREEN, XDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Jan. 31, 1SS4. SHREWB WORK, Coupled Wits Deeds of Daiits The Neat Escape of Two Murderers From the Jackson Jail. Gov. Hoadly who got off on a side (rack in his inaugural, was halted bj the Senate last week. Ho appointed Foster as a Trus tee of the Toledo Asylurii. The Senate refused to confirm the appointment. Th.6 act of the Democratic Senate is a gentle hint to the Governor, that he must move with the procession, otherwise he will get left. Ex-Speaker Keifer, one of the leading .Republican Saints, is un der investigation, charged with having prostituted his high and honorable position as Speaker for the purpose of advancing his personal interests, and promot ing to iat positions members of his own family. Their Ultimate Capture. We beg to assure Bfo. Vance that in the alluvion we made over an article in his paper, to the effect that a number of Dem ocratic papers were actin...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1884

- A.r Ir2fc? Es?l 4&- -r- . 7 -t e- ;. K i i s r 1 h , LOCAL MATTER. . Col. J. D. Potton was in the city on Tuesday on business. Mrs. Bert Martin died this morning at Iier home in Logan. Th weather has moderated. and is as warm as a morning in May. - tllivJim "Watk'ns, of Murray, Wiijri the.city on Saturdaywith the handsomest 6leigh we have seen this season. m Hon. W. N. England, deputy State Auditor, visited in Logan on last Saturday, and met a hear ty hand-shaking from his many friends. The gas has been very unsatis faatory for the past month. Last .night it died out entirely. . The Solicitor should see to it that city gas bills are paid in propor tion to candle power Col. Alex. Sands of CHo. came down to Logan last. Thursday to find oat if possible who was elect ed Senator, and how it was done. ldring the canvass and since, lack of information apparent in the Archbishop was truly heart rending. i The Piano accompamament at ihe the G. Paul Smith entertain ments, was rendered b...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1884

rsa" ,UA'fti;Jm..v.jig: atari v.w i'j-, t-rty-VawicFBvaaafca The Juries. On last Monday Grand and Petit Jurors were drawn for the term commencing Feb. IS, ISSi. The following are the Grand Jurors: D W Howdyshell. Laurel, Moses St raw n, Green, Vvm Zewe, Marion. J C Hendornon?, Falls, Chris Kreitz, Green, John B Rhoatls, Falls, It Jbi Uave, ferry, H Lutr, Falls, Mailiias Bierly, Marion, J L Morlan, Laurel, J T Nutter, Falls-Gore, G W Benadum, Green, III Woods, Green, Jat H Kane, Perry. PTIT JURORS. W J Wolf, Benton, Adam Poling. Falls, J L Blosser, Ward, IfW Hair blin, Tails, Jas Ball, Falls, John S Steele, Perry, Perrv Bolinjrer, Star, J A 'Mai Was, Falls, J WTril sell. Falls, Amos KHne, Laurel. Hichard Steele, Benton, "William Kitchen, Benton. T3S CINCINNATI DAILi'lWWMAL ESTABLISHED IN 1856. A $20 BIBLE PEIZE. The publishers of liutlege's Monthly offer twelve valuable re wards in their Monthly for Feb ruary, among which is the fol lowing: We will give $20.00 to the per son telling ...

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