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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 February 1884

s i i sassrsr-' t v . . 4 ji-j. j. X JX' $ht cniincl. TIIE OFFICIAL PAPER OP COUNTY. SUBSCKIPTIOX $2.00 PER YEAR. X. G&EEV, BDITORAXD PROPRIETOR. PHYSICIANS. 3. CCAXMKLI.,11. D. I.C.rUIBT,K.D. CAMPBELL & WEIGHT, Physicians $r Surgeons AIM local Surgeons forCIV4TR. R. ffiM, on door vt of Work & Baker's at on, Logan .Ohio. may 81, m. X. c.ecxTxianK, x. 9. CHil. W. CA.BI.X, X U. Dlfi. deSTEIGER & CABLE. Physicians & Surgeons Km t Dr. James Little's. Main surest, LOGAN, OHIO. tarns .H-ly. J. H. DYE, Physician, $? Surgeon, Corner of Vain and Mulberry street. In . zoom formally occupied by Dr. Dnllen. J an , 183-Hrtf LGAN. O A. U. WiLLIGE, .Physician Surgeon, Kcsleonce No 220 8oth Columbus street lacaster. Office, Getz Building, North Colnmbns, street. June 8. 13 tf VY. U. WILLIAMS, Jlomojpathic Physician LOGAN, OHIO. Office in ttao 'ew Building, first doo wen ofQeo.Hartnian'a, Main st Jolyl-7 W W MONROE, Resident Dentist, Guarantees all his work ten -renrs. Hour frcm ...

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. — 7 February 1884

1 4 e enfii(lt LEWIS GllEEN, kditoiTand proprietok. TERMS PER YER, 2.00- Thursday, Feb. 7, 18S4. Ab Important Caste for School Teachers. The bill of Col. Weldy, for the relief of John Schall, a teacher of Washington township, has passed and is now a law, subject 4o the approval of a majority of the voters of the school district. The points in the case are these, and will be of interest to all teachers. Mr. Schall obtained a certifi cate in the early part of the year, and on the strength of this certi ficate contracted to teach a school. In the meantime and before Schall began teachings he. Legislature passed an act requir ing teachers to pass an examina tion in United State History.. This test Schall was not exam ined in, and would not submit to an examination. He taught the 8cbool on his previous certificate. The directors refused to pay. Schall brought suit and the case was decided against him, the full text of Judge Friesner's charge -being- published at the time, and which has s...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 February 1884

LOCAL MATTER. J. B. Buchtel, of Columbus, was in the city Monday night on bus- Mr. and Mrs. Price, of Max ville, spent Sunday in Logan the CawU of their son, It F. Price. -Farmer! don't fail to attend the meeting of Woo! Growers on the 16th. The meeting is one in your interest Jlr. Ed. Moriarity, who has been telegraphing on the Cincin natti't Southern Kailroad, is home on a visit. Mr. Sam Weldy, a prominent farmer of Indiana, was visiting his brother, Col. Weldy, in Lo gan last Saturday. Mr. Eli Dennis, of Benton, was in the city on last Saturday, and cheered the printer by a renewal for the presidential campaign. Married, at the brides 'home, January 3lst, 1884, by the Rev. Louis F. Mittler, Mr. Charles E. Uankison and Miss Maggie E. Wetzel, both of Hocking county. Since the weather has moder ated the gas has improved, al though it is yei of a quality not up to the conditions of the con tract. Services will be held in the Episcopal Chapel next Sunday, 10:30 A. M. and 3:15 P. M. Co...

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. — 7 February 1884

KC R SaBSatEEEBEBSSK; re for f Searbhing tie Scriptures, VMjr dear,7" said Mrs. Spoopendyke, glancing up from the letter sho was writing, and pressing the nib of the pen on herthmnb nail to sea -vriiy it didn't Tvori tny bettsr. ''Say, my dear, do vou know where to find that text 'For the unbelieving husband is sanctified in theieife? " "In Exodus, isn t it?" replied Mr. Spoopendvke. "It sounds like Exodus. Where's the Bible?" "I was looking for it to-day,1' return ed Mrs. Spoopendyke, getting up and ..preparing for another search. "I don't think it is in Exodus, because it sounds more like Paul. I think some one must hare stolen the Bible, for I haven't Been it since we came from the country-". "That's kind of curious," soliloquiz ed Mr. Spoopendyke, arousing himself to assist in the investigation. "I don't know who would want to steal a Bible. Don't vcu remember where you put it? ThinkVs in here?" and Mr. Spoopen dyke upset the bandbox containing his wife's new hat, and then msde ...

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. — 14 February 1884

v V.. ? r::yrBga--iT-f:ftTreHa- lie j&imistftl &' V . O! c-ifi ff z--9 V S SLJI TU N UN iL n i .. ' f T -". ! 1 . y THE OFFICIAL PAPKtt OP hogkihc mwn. SUBSCBIPTIOX $2.00 PJSR YEAH. L. GREEK", EDITOP.ANDPitOPIUETOU. ? J5l a -.DVESTISKCS lUTrfS. One Square ei to YOLUME 42, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY .14 1884. SjcIi additional insertion. ao lilV HM Ji A A t'-r-peryc-r COO ' -- f J.aLiJll J-tt. Lofalnotioesperliiic 10 Yearly ail vortiseuieut 41m) ;ir uiunu jm N X rv t ? W FEBRUARY HUTS. PSYSICIANS C.CJIPB-I.,1I. D. I.CWUIDT, Jt.D. CAltTBELLWRIGUT, Physicians' S ' Surgeons1 jjjj AND p0AM. ING WATERS EY- Also local Surgeons for RBT4TE. It. fflec. one door west of Work & Baker's tore, Login, Ohio. may 31, '33. B. O. (UDBSTJCICBE, H. D. CHA6. "W. OA11LE, M . D&8. deSTEIGEIl & CABLE. Physicians Surgeons JlBoeatDr. James Little's, jiu svroei, LOGAN, OHIO. "ae2D,1883-lj- ERYWHEItE. J. H. "DYE, Physician $ Surgeon, ornerofllain and Mulberry streets, in room forruarly 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. — 14 February 1884

. -a Tgwajstat'.- - SjK6SSKRJiS?"- ' re ? .-"' '?- z-r-- "", '1 u i 55r he Jienimsl, LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, Feb. 14, 1SS1. The Kentucky Legislature, af "teran unusually protracted con test, has elected Capt. Joe Black burn United States Senator. Cerro Gordo "Williams, the pres ent Senator, a gallant gentleman, is serving his first term, and was a candidate for reelection. It was claimed that he was infected with the English-Pendletonian plan of civil service. Blackburn is an Andrew Jackson Democrat. Ohio repeats herself in Ken tucky. The lackeys to English royalty must go. THE DELUGE. The Most Destructive Flood Ever Known en the Ohio. FURIOUS ASP FOAM ING WArJBliS EVERYWHERE. Thanks of tbc Miners. The Slraitsville Independent, in replying to the attempted dis cission of the Logan Republican Gazette on the bill introduced by Col. Weld', concerning the script system, says (his: Obi. Seth Weldy has the thanks of the miners of Ohio for his ef...

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. — 14 February 1884

'7i-9 , ,- ,fi - ,ir, , ltmrrlyrtljTlt J, lt M , j paMT Jitjiilflrt L LOCAL MATTER. St. Valentine's Day. Col "Weldy made a noble fu lit for the State Relief Apprbpn ion. The Board of Public Works as signs sufficient of tlic appropr.ation to repair the Hocking einal. Mrs Eliznbet.i Wright, widow of Jonn Wright, died last night, aged about 16 years. Her remalus wilJ be burried iu Logan tomorrow. George Hartman bought f.ora Conrad Frasch 20 teres ot J he "Westenhaver lands. Considera tion $2,100. . o . Qenr3T Adcock bought at. sher iff sale the Zeive farm on last Saturday, consideration $2,G03. A violent wind and rain storm bccurrcd last night. This morning it is freezing, a change of 40 de grees in 21 hours. A telegram from Cincinnati this Thursday morning at 9 o'clock re ports the river 71 ft. Falling at Gailipols. Dr. Campbell has received his Commission from Washington City as examining pension sur geon of this county. -- --0-- - The cas works in Locan were hadly damaged, but the w...

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. — 14 February 1884

iv TV ,?S r ? 3 -!f HjfJ M j-ay ,.i'itgSa'-& m:it-g;?iiH.a fizervrx!3n3r.i ESSS''gtub.?0:'iHM.T;Kvs?s ' -X -IV- t- - J-; T- hS :!- i' - i. 1 -' m w TV 'me ts lines. Ofi last Mondar Grand and Irisa Wir, In repartee Irishmen havo lonr- been Cd umsus, me sentence ol the courr. said to a no- . "V afcjll ionotislrauSarJ: "You wiilbe confined injr.il for the longest pencil the law will allow, and 1 s'nc 'relv hone vmi 1 ' . - . .. 4 Tetit Jurors were drawn for the 'Cpi. lh J-oy-" re-Ut ,:"on is . . marked characteristic oi tu rrf, term commencing i'eb. lb, 1SSJ. j Oit one occasion Judge Porter, a popn- The following are he Grand!1?1 rrish ma?isrratcf in pronouncing! Jurors: D W iTowdyshell. Laurel, , Moses Slrawn, Green, vm Zewe, Marion. J C Rendrjons, Falls, Chris Kreii2, Green, John B Rhonda, Falls, II E Cave, Perry, H i,utz, Falls, Mathfas Bierly, Marion, J L Morlan. Laurel, J T flutter, .Falls-Gore, G ""rtf; Benadum, Green, L H Woods, Green, Jas II Kane, Perry. . John Ralston, 'Fa...

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. — 21 February 1884

f. . i. t" ,i-)- A m nMm'u.MAiuva; tthe Jpnimel. The THE OFFMIAI PAPEB OF HGCKINC COUNTY. ADVERTISING KATI. One SSunare...................-. ..flCS 2!acxaddi(ioualinsortio- 5fr Localnotices perllne.... .-.... 1$ t Yearlx.iUTertisciueuts 51W ner celnmif SUBSCEIPTIOX $2.00 PER YEAR. VOLUME 42, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY IEBRDARY 21, 1884 MMBEIHS, ntgjp. - - . i GREEK, EDITOi; AXD PUOITvIETOR. 1 flBKBssMssssssisssssssssssB -, - - - I - II. - I I I - II -- - ... - -- , !! I ' Sentinel. MOGKING i i jgg"ggg!5 tt fW PHYSICIANS, ?iC.CAXFBKU.,t. B. I.C.WIHI,.D. CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physicians Surgeons Tk Great Flood Ih Ohio. IK Pi I-1 Some idea of the magnitude of the flood di aster to the -citizens of Ohio hiay he gathered from the fol lowing figures which are based on the i figures in the census of 1880. Thir- Abo local Surgeon for t: H V T R. R. j , . , , .. offlee. ono door wast or Work Hiker's ' teen counties of Ohio border on tne . - .- i t ore, Logan, Ohio. way 31, 3. fe. C. dasBETSia e,...

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. — 21 February 1884

'- .-V' "'"W cv?MP-- -yrrP jv' s "T' . -1 .. .fil ..-.. - -'--.r-k ba V . n "S' iatftfcfea&aas&5&aMLgae r; tflv'.ftwJ5ai;jtirti1ifiriirMLt;i'J0j mijHfc-.tijmiJ!uaB.aa t t a Sri- S? r1 "c-i . j r -... -'v rv r5. ' - J I V- ... v V i - b K t. ..I" IJ -. -'i - . V 3S Ki.2 S53T " - . m &T le- c?r & 5- -i. -.- EJ m t :v , rJ !- t Is life fe "Hr . $ niihclt XiEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. TIRMS PER TEAR, M J 2.00. The Burial of Bill Terrel. Aaother Gore Outrage, suit to the Dead. -In- Thursday, Feb. 21, 1884. Milling Inspectors. The Governor has appointed Mr. Bancroft, of Gallipolis, State JOning Inspector, and Mr. King, f. Columbiana county, Assistant. 'We had hoped that the Hocfcnjj fValley would have been recog nized in making the selection, but -.the matter in settled and the Ad- suniitration takes the responsi bility. We hope the gentlemen appointed will prove themselves -worthy and fit for the positions 'they are appointed to fill. r The Tlood Abating. The r...

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. — 21 February 1884

vvv-wV . i ?1 5 53 caaa3te5eaa l'.Jlfc'l!MLll..lKW.JUIIMgi a Li LOCAL MATTER. Mr. Emmit Hamblin, although not well, is much-improved. my ml m- 'Squire J)vy, who was quite ill last week, is improving and will soon be out and,about again. . Attention is called to the ad- - vertisement of Mr. Henry' Lulz. H tells the best machines in the market and he sells th-m cheap. Attorneys McGillivr y, of lie Arthur; Swineaart, of Adelphi, Hall, of Circleville, an.l Riason, of Laurelville, are attending Court this week. A violent thunder storm visit ed this locality Tuesday evening, succeeded by a blizzard Wednes day moraine. m John Benneman, of the Grange Store, is visaing friends and relati atives iii Chilicotbe this week Service1; will be held in the Episcopal Chapel next Sunday at 10:30 A. M., and 3:15 P. X All are invited. Mr. Phil. Slisher has bought of Col. Rompel the property on Mulberry 6treet, occupied by Bennett. Consideration, 62,500. Mr. Dan Acker has traded his tore room on Main str...

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. — 21 February 1884

VO'-SPHfeg?? """5 i'.SS' "SF,- " rrv-f; S-1 V A " . - Mi - te. ? - "Tv?; - iii-,i&f. - ":ztr. t j. - It 'at-. '5- I c?ss ' IWmP- f V-? ir ESS , ?" K ?" &. t" j- 1 eft ? The Juries. On last Monday Grand and Petit Jurors were drawn for tbe term commencing Feb. IS, 1884. The following are the Grand Jurors: D W Jlowdyshell. Lnurel, Moses Slrawn, Green, Wm Zexve, Marion. J C Hendersons, Falls, Chris Kreifz. Green. John B Khoads, Falls, R E Cave, Perrv, HLutz, Falls, Mathias JSierly, Mario.i, JL Morlan, Laurel, J T Gutter, Falls-Gore, G W Benadum, Green, L H Woods, Green, Jas II Kane, Perry. Johm RaIston, Falls. PETIT JUKOKS. TV J Wolf, Benton, Adam Poling. Falls, J L Biosser, Ward, 2C W II.arr.blin, Falls. Jas Ball. Falls. John S Steele, Perry, Perrv Bolinsjer, Star, J A Malhias, Falls, J W Trilsch, Falls, Amos Kline, Laurel, Richard Steele, Benton, William Kitchen, Benton. T1,i,!!aJLa,(PeJM SocMng Vjlj&IobJo leniavjur a man s memory, sava & cor- i.iHuieni ot the Kcw York...

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. — 28 February 1884

' t - . vt-yf'CS?1- -c ia? wt.u,'"t J r c y ( 4J' - rs-, TRaaryF?o-yywgw Ifh jfitlluei B -socasa li SH r iH i ul WW I 1I'HI.IHI w TAB OFFieiAL PAPER OP HOCKING 800HW. &- s-. ADVE2TISING RXToM. One Sqnars . ... BU Each additional inserlio. ..... M Cmispcrycar, ff T nJinlnnM.I.DMA.IIiiA IK LOGAN, OHIO, THURSMIv JBRIJ ARY 28, 1884. SUBSCRIPTIOX $2.00 TER YEAR. YOLUME 42, NUMBER 46. ,SE1T, EDITOR AXD TROPRIKTOR. Sfc;'- Yearly advertisements SI per ctiuMa -sja JfTtSsMs-ss-irSxa,,. Sentinkt , k - -i f JL - I V 1 a ) k F" H0 I 13 Cr' Mr- t 1 5. PHYSICIANS, t VC.CA.XPBEI.X.,H. U. I.C.fKIHTt M. . CAMPBELL & WRIGHT, Physicians Surgeons Alto loal Sanjrona fcr rSV4TR.lt. Offije, ont door wt of Work &. Baker's tore, Login, Ohio. xunySl.'K. . C.djacTsiOKX,)i.i. Oka. W. cablm, si d Dig. daSTElGER & CABLE. Physicians 8? Surgeons OSMttOr. Jama Little's. Utdn a:et; LOGAN, OHIO. - luiv,iia-ly J. H. .DTE, Physician Sf Surgeon, oniirofUalD and Mulberry street, In nam foraarrly occupied b...

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. — 28 February 1884

HBHW asm vTi2Si-S3SESECS55&o ? ' as rf VV ,-- m w-glfctwas-gg . He S 5 " pniitfei, LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER TEAR, 2.00- THE MOST ATROCIOUS CRIME OF THE AGE. Thursday, Feb. 23, 1884. The Athens University has not teen a paying institution for years, yet it is helped by a State appropriation by every Legisla ture. If tfye University were in Logan, the enterprising and eco nomical anti-canallers of our town would be in favor of aban doning it, and turning the build ing into a saloon -uid the campus into a beer garden something that would pay, you know. A GORE ECHO. THREE PERSONS KILLED FOR THE PRICE THEIR BODIES WOULD BRING AT A MEDICAL COLLEQE. Deatli of Col. Tom Wor-tliinston. TEX BEAEOX FOR THE REFUSAL OF BURIAL TO TERREL. On yeiterday a number of gen tlemen from Gore called to see us, and presented the reasons -governing them in refusing Ter rel burial by the side of his moth er. They say that it is currently reported that Tercel's father de sired to make a...

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. — 28 February 1884

rjvfy. ' "V tNrr gw-- -jtsai a . t&S4S7MSBM "i. 5 ( ... .... . .:.-.,SJZS s3M(g$t! L0CAL MATTEL. t T" .David Hardy, of Monday Creek JTp., Perry Co., was in town last .-Friday on -busines. 1 UrWilford Stier? returned from Portsmouth last Saturda', and ro- ports the scene impossible to de scribe. g? ITr Ed. Lewis, the telegraph on- L, "k -erator, at Greoia, was in the city last " -4 -Luursday on business. "HkL-; - - 5?P jlr-C. E. Bo wen returned last Monday from Porlsmouth. lie re- JA Ports the damage to the Fire Bricfc , I works at that place at about &2,- '&? ooo. ftlv- - r,. T3....1 ..!.., J ,,l. "'in. i iiritsy i. ueips. a-tuuici f Mr. John jfnlter, died yester day at her home in Gore. Auditor Eusland, of Columbus, - penl last Sunday vith his fam ily and friends of Logan. Dr. O. C. Farquhar, of Zines ville, will be at the Rempel House, iMarch 6lh and 7th. His . atients Will take notice. Kobert Hull, one of the largest ore contractors, at Creola, Vinton Co., viaited T. ...

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. — 28 February 1884

-..- - s&es &&. ' t- -. j. !- - -t i,-- - C!i ' I- l . .r ' 11JUWP. JMJWVJlBWWBgy. ?v k Pa r WIT AHD HTJMOE. A etiteh in time amt make the old tbap feel ew-ser. Politicians go up the ladder of fame by the rounds of drinks. Thorn's much talk about fisherman's lies, but how can a man catch fish prop erly without line? It has been rumored that' a large mount of fresh jokes ircic found canned up in the hold of Noah's Ark. Matches are now so cheap that the ox nuu oorrows your pipe and to bacco would acorn to ask you for a match also, y The difference between a besotted man and ; ? - ,.i:i.. . i. . Une s a hunting oto"; and the other's a grunting hog.Pillsburg Telegraph. Mr. Fitzcerald. nf TJw TVwV i... Won the championship bv skinning ten lambs in thirty-three minutes, and "M U1 ciiaucnjng jay oouia. They say that figures won't lie, but one is inclined to doubt the old saw When he looks upon the figure of afash-lonably-dressed woman. -A. Philadelnhia fnilnrnjiT'nvficaa uTm po...

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 March 1884

s&! a 3& A- Z.i&vs: T -j-SCS"i- V,VSSS: iZ a ,. . rS - " ' --'( - r i r "'- ' : 'J ' -li" S g j 1 -JW'ltfr .'IW!-,JW.;Bi . nrh'w r ?i 'Aiffi has ; a.i'-ivwKm - ?.; .t: j.rtriw.igf :."-, ftafcA'WKtiUW.'i i-.f"u mr wrt 'as ..r.M s T.fWWBJ u iS p-s ffh Jp3itiin$I Cva iSTtf- i t t(tii($f r THE OFFICIAL PAPER OF HOGKJNS G3UHTY. ADVERTISING EATS. -'i Ono Squ tre... -... .-. Each additional insertion . Cardsper ycar,....... Local notices nerline - ?SilS55lLi565: J VOLUME 42 LOGAN, OHIO, TRUSS AI. MARCH1 6 1884. im. L- (JRKKT. KOITR Mil) P1S.OPRIKTQR. eany auveriisenienis. wj per coiobu tffii Hocking Stt'tsttttstttt kJXLi-L L JL! J. ME r3l VH m M&17. SOS 16 Mi? '40- It . PHYSICIANS. JC-CAVFSII.L,1I. . T.C JlielfT, U. p. r. a rri5TT ?- wnir tvv OAMPBELL&WRIGUr, PhysidanS $ Surgeons auo local surseoni. fori; H vat n. R. 9ffle,ouedr wvitor Work fc Biker's ore, Logan, Ohio, maysi.'ss. sm tore S. C. deDESTSia ck, ji. i. OHiB. XT. OA.JJM, 3T D DRS. deSTEiGER & CABLE. Physi...

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 March 1884

J" s t . V arriT . .... i ....... , ! Pi Jnfi!lt LEWIS GREEN, BDITOa AKD PROPRIETOR. TERMS PER TEAK, 2.00- Thursday, Marcli 6, 1884. Pensions for Mexican Soldiers. A bill has passed the lower house' of Congress giving a pen sion to all .soldiers of the Mexi can war. The bill "will most like ly pass the Senate and become a. law. The Republican State Conven tion will be held at Cleveland, April 23d & 24 th. Gen. Grosve nor has been named by the Re publican State Committee & Temporary Chairman. Judge Silas H. Wright attend ed as one of the Judges in the college oratorical contest at "Wooster last week. The resolution of Captain Gri ner, of Perry, providing for a joint committee of House and Senate, to take state action in the matter of the removal of the remains of McGahan from Tur key to his old home in Perry, passed almost unanimously. The committee visit McGahan's mother in Toledo this week, in order to ascertain her wishes in matters of detail. The Columbus Times. Change of...

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 March 1884

&i3 Esj? -m L m ' rr .1 v ejsS lr ? 4 t M V p te :' -? i 4 t f i "i a. ! i ("i. !So .& 1 J WW: l If' uSSSSSSSZ KK33CSS3j5Z333S3aB3K!25BB23EIi2fl5 LOCAL MATTER. DIRE CALAMITY! FAKFUL CONSEQTJEKCES OF De I.IICQDEXCY. Old -Timers Turned Cut lo a. Lawyer. Kind vords and gentle means have failed to induce a lot of dead beats to pay what they oive on subscription. We hare given the accounts to a Lawyer for col lection, and the "dickens," if not the editor, will be to pay now! detective John T. Norris was in .Logan on Mondaj-. He was conducting a prisoner, arrested in Virginia, to Columbus. Judge 4Friesner adjourned court on Monday evening in or der to attend district court in Lancaster on Tuesday. The ses sion was continued in Logan on yesterday. ae - m The Dmnpty-Dumpty Show, last Saturday evening, was a very laughable affair, and was enjoyed bv a full house. Mr. James has beea furnishing the play-going public wuh some very excellent entertainments recently, i ! tm A "letter from...

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 March 1884

feSfSg C! Ss 0 s r .- 1 ' VI i I- 15, m ri 'I i ii i n ': -- gpjg"33 THE FARM. f Do xi9t let any of your implements rewam exposed to the weather. "When not in use keep them hous ed by all no. us. By letting farm machinery stay in the field exposed to lain, dews, wind and hot sun' it receive more injury than from careful usag. The AmeVican Cultivator sugsresls that one jrat reason why so much dilapidated wire feuco ia seen is be cause the wires are stretched too tijr.ht.ly. CoIl contracts iron, mak ing the-wire shorter in winter th-m when the fence was buiit at a milder temperature, and something has t- give away. A writer in t'ao Praitie Farmer Testes that a drain put down in 185S, of common fence boaids is Btill in good condition, and if ho had to make short deep dr-uns, with plenty of fall and through compact or yellow clay, he should use a six inch fence board, believe! ngi' wouid answer every purpose or a three or four-inch drain tile. A correspondent of the Ohio Parmer advises ...

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