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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 12 March 1885

'", s r 2 .St '7 jm- 7 r. ' r A J 'flHSSfiwfSf --"-f- -- "- - r" 11 It f"" R: '! cr 1 r 7 C A lf tw ? l-r 15 i i N 38 a HOCKING SiriliL ! - SE3S CIRCULATION - - 1500. SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 PER YEAR BUHiaeM cards of five lines or less 56 par annum. , , , Simple announcements ofm-irriagesana death, and church Uiid benevolent society notices Inserted free. Any additions to ojltuary notice will be charged Seen taper Hoe, L,jlliajlD9i8Uo;Io.10 cents per Hue. E HockinS ENTINEL VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, T.HDRSDA1. MARCH 12 1885. NUMBER 48 tyjt jenfirjeJt M i RAT. tn i 16 l'oarl dvertismeut U pet eoluma One Square- Eaeli ,UditioiMliiisertion. Jinln rar,.... -... Lo,caInoticeFperllne. JZKYSICIAXS, J. H. DYE, Physician, 4" Surgeon. Corner of Main and Mulberry utreets, li zoom formtrly ocenpied by Dr. Dnllen. J an 29, 1880 tf LOGAN. O A. U. . WiLLTGE, Physician Sr Surgeon, Resieence No 220 South Oninmbnsntrert lAHcaster. unice, ueu ouihiiuk. nrin Calumbuc, street. June 8,1a tf WW MGNEOE, Surgeon Den...

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 March 1885

s.-,s;l 53& is SS ffSSaafe;BU!8!!sK!M zr-v- """ " - m - - " CS rmraviiri.ai Che .ql. LEWIS GREEN, DITO'fc AND PROPRIETOR. f ERXS PERI-EAR, 2.00- Thursday, March 12, 'S5; President Cleveland's Inaus ural address is a plausible thnush not acreat state paper. Walf know that word! and professions are cheap, and that performance, and not promise, i? the test of official usefulness. Lancaster Gazette, That was the complaint of the people, , The Republican parlv, ever since it came into power had nothing but "words and pro fessions and promises," made to the ear to be broken to the hope. After twenty four years of wait ing foi the "performance,' du ring which time the Government officials increased in their wick edness and corruption, the peo ple hurled them from power and place, and elected a man who had been weighed in the balance and whose "words and profess ions and promises" were always iollowed by the "performance." President Cleveland is human, and whatever errors he commits wil...

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 March 1885

SmpwsSsSSWP!W iN -'-r "Vr" ?& i , ..-,n r,'j- - muum' "m'n-LLai8W r33- J" VKr XT'- H;sl ircl ii in i iwiiiiiwiMi mi ' r .immKL " . SBMmkAi' s5,g--'g;,!!""M.i; :22HsaWBjgi53? bN m j h i i E he t Ii ; s 1 l !? .i LOCAL ITEMS Dr. Raney, tho dentist, is refurn ishing and refi't'ns his office. Col. Alex-'Sa. ills, of Cincinna ti, visited in Lnhan this week. Ed. C-lliM,K)f CafboiiHil.I, Tisit- ed his parental Logan, last San m m mm p . Carl Cable, of Nelaonvile. was the guest of his. brother, Dr. Cable, on Sunday 'art. v. Mechlingof the Luihern .nurcli. of Lancaster, was in our .l;ity this week. r - - llr. Adam Kline has taught the Weldy property on Hunter street. Contention $2400. ' Chas. Bishao, of S.nd Ran, was Tisiting his parents in Log.iu on Sunday and Monday. Kiss Cad Murphy won the prize at the A Venue-Rink Urstnge Pick, b Saturday evening last Billy avy, formerly of .the Cleveland bun, and his family are visiting tri'Logan this week" a .. Prof. Geo. Anabustcr is sole pro- fri...

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 March 1885

vtJV?? h ji-J --...jiAi-XT-- - v k?i .5.l .-prrr"-'1'-1'1''1 '""I1,1, 'JWInViH'wn Pl to The stat-'inent by. liis physicians j tl;at Gcnerl Gmnt is seriou-ly ill that his death ib a near probability of the near future, is of profound interest to this country, and will be received by the world at l.irgo with aiore contern than if made about any other cil izen of the United Stal er After all Ihe criticisms that have been made on his generalship, or at tacks on his administration when President, the stubborn fxet re mains that Grant, more than any other man. possesses the heart jof the American people. It was his good fortune to beat the head of our armies when the Confederacy was conquered, and ever since Appnimt tox ho 1ms represented the ide-di'y of victorj in the vtarin hearts f his countrymen. The successful warrior has always been endeared to his peo ple. It is a law of human nature thit we may not reftisl, however much we may criticise war and con demn its butchery. Grant was the...

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 March 1885

. :? IS4e.5 p? ij,. '- iSj ?r 3Sa-- " ,V- -,. JSp"'cW y-r s TC A-r? 'St,, -" &;t' Z C- Wr"5S: -. inocnrKriri'''"-"- "---- vr' --?g'-"r;"' " z-& -yi 'inw. iri i- m .rt.?.'f,-r--r"'r--?!r?grr- KjMKur-,it pa Hockiris: Sentinel I OCKING'f SENTINEI . ' CIRCULATIOK - - 1500. SUBSCRIPTION 2.00 PEil YEA.K BttsinesscardsotfiveJlues orlesfcSti p annum. Simple announcements of marriagesand deaths, and churen and benevolent society notices Inserts I free. Auy additions 10 obita iry notice? will bo charged Scouts per line, ,5 oeallm5ie-s notices 10 cnts per line. ji AIlVEKTIiSHU KU'J One Stinnre- . Each idditioiKilin.sertion. Oardspcrycar, .. .... Local notices- per ti n e......-. LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDA5, MARGH 19, 1885. NJMBER 49. 6M . 15- VOLUME. 43, Yearly id vertisenieuti 3100 paraolunB 6 ' M .3. y y7-LJ ', g-Tv j . .rT-"T -- t.f. ,, - '"'rihf BR? ,- .t T -" ' - k. .. ygg & r 1 TTIT' iiie J - IS. I ' It! M7" CLCVC: . LX i 4 In Vt'Iiluj(t(ii a House. Two or three hun l.d slep3 to th...

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 March 1885

- J1 - ?' r - 4.-K 1 -V. -Tg3?T - "? aB T? - """- &.'"? i - iZFt i aV. w7 I ffwaviWaWsj'mWW.W-'.l'f.N. JlW-.l.JkAJK-i."Mm'...jjjjiHl..i ...j. . .i-;.i. u.n-.,f...'Pj N - tk S"l' LEWIS GREEN"" " BDITOB A2JD PKOPBICTOR . TIKMS per tear; 2.00- Thursday, March 19, 'S5. ealfiPJiidge Wilson, of Lebanon. It is with deep sorrow that we learn of the death, on Sunday of last week, of Judge Wilson, of Lebanon, brother of Aniericus "Wilson of our place, in the 5tt. year of his age. Judge "Wilson was 'one of the most prominent public men oPOhio. He was a gallant soldier, a jut judge, an 'able lawyer, an intelligent legis lator. He was a man whose in tegrity and decency gave l.im a personal character above re p roach, and whose fidelity to principle and affection to friends never faltered. It was our good fortune to Gist meet him as a member of the Legislature in 1870. We were his next seat neighbor. He was an ardent Uepublican, but his liber al mind and Iiis manly heart were not controlled b...

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 March 1885

-rJ " ,. 4'r . I -m A --r"T5I a? I K-vw- r h 1 rv r l& V i ft-- ; i AJflJLI ITCitfO LUifVi, I I tHIO Tho Common PleaJ Court is still 10 sesnion. - Old Ground Hog still bus a firm grip on the weather. The Dem Vsratic administration is gaining in-favor every day. Mr. Owen O'Hure, ,one of Max vine's jolly fellows, was in the city" WednesJay. " The 0. H. Vl & T rtd is doing a good business in shipping coal, t the present time. Miss Lucy Wright has 1ouj desi rable rooms to rent. Possession giv en immediately. Col Alex. Sands, of Ohio, is in the city visiting his daughter, Mrs Frank Rochester. Don't fail to see the new plate glass front of Hose & Salzbacher, as it is the finest in town. Dr. Bye will remore his office from the city building to Dr. Jan. lattls's, on Apfilljat, 1885. Mr. Daniel Ackers is malting rapid progress on his new addition to the Harsftison store room. Miss Fanuy Bowea received 'he prize at the Avenue Kink Caiieo Carnival, last Saturday night. Substantial ...

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 March 1885

B"-r5-i r .. I "--" "ESS i -.i--Jit-iT "SC5airtfSS "..-- T - 6fe GarEo 1 nutl ' ta":v sszsz&anessaasssB&sgsEgis j- Beecher on the Cabinet fiitoocr,T:-, I'areli 9. Mr. B eckcr being asketl his opinion of Hr. Clove haul's cabinet -rcplisJ: - " "J bslieve it to be as able a cabinet as has ( been appointed in my flay, and I have no ex ception to make to any one iu it. On the , other haai, I have a great deal of confidence ia the great majority or them. I am not per "oually acquainted with one of them. I don't know that I have ever looked on the face of Mrs. Garfield did n-t:' raceftil anils n very sn'alc (hinsr la ?Sfciiij John Iland.'i'u Lueker. of Yi'-''i-:la. to act us tlu j.idjan ofrlier iiifn;' children during liielrlt'gal'iuhio-I'y. Graceful, because Tues.er was one of Gariit-ld's truest friend; sensible, be atise a bet ter man could not have been found for it . tr.1 "!-;.-r in .f. 1 - uut rapuusiuf-ju.,.,,,:.. u-,, xuiSKer " tu.ii, a. - ... ui , kJW ,,, T.lu. , Hop ai,,,....

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. — 26 March 1885

LbLbLbLbLbLbLbLbB3 LbLVsIHHbHbbbbLbV-' 5" ' ' k s. r, v - ' S5- P C -a r -(l.-O r . ---"0."'SD T-& visa m -Hocking Sentiiiei I ENTINEL t CIRCULATIOK - - 1500. iC340t'tt?riir ji.o pas rain Business cards of Ave lines or less. So k MDara. Simple announcements ormarriagesand deaths, and church uiid benevolent soeletx notice- luserted free. Any additions to ooltu-iry notices will be charged 5ceutspes line, t. .;! iinOnc'siiotlcv in ntR Twr llnr. dnr 3qU5re. JL. . tJBB) Such nlitltioi.nl I nsrllon.... AS CvriLipor rear,... .. (M dotal notleeperllne. . ,. L -TirlTlvrtisaBBtfcli ltw la'atay.: VOLUME i3, LOGAN, OHIO, THOfiSBaSL MARCH 26 188). .,MMB;ER 50. . -- j -. -.. jSTr f g i ---- ,, Hocking jcnt.njr.l, K l " J n J 3 GLADSTONE'S JOXE. ' tn any oca Austria, Has Deen temporarily J o: the war of 1877. His avowed purpose is to restore Busstalue suite she was m pre vious to Peter tha Ojeat, anl mae Mosaow PHYSICIANS. J. H..DYE, Physician $ Surgeon A NOVEL STATEMENT CF THEY'RE' the rapita...

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. — 26 March 1885

iv nv-'" -i. a v lis H c i .- . )he Jliih iilWIS GREEN, KDIT0E AND PROPRIETOR . riRKS PER YEJLR, 2.00- Thursday, March 26, '85. l)an McConnyille. It affords us much pleasure to learn of the appointment by the President of Ban McConnyille, as Sixth Auditor in the Treasury Department at Washington. McConnville is one of the new men, comparatively speaking, in Ohio politics. lie first obtained recognition as a Member of the Boaid of Penitentiary Trustees under GovernorBishop, defeating Jack Johnston, of Perry, in the contest. In this, his first public service, lie distinguished himself not only' rs a courteous gentleman, but as a prudent, practical man in pub lic affairs, and won such distinc tion that he at once became a prominent factor among the young Democracy in thft politics of our State. He has recently been in State political service, and we can bear testimony of his effective work -for the party in the last cam paign. As Private Secretary of Gov. Hoadly, he has always shown hm...

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. — 26 March 1885

.jd& . . 5 .H ;Ss-;w. UOCAl ITEMS. Mr. Mathias, of Enterprise, paid the Sontinel office a visit last Mon day. - ' m Sheriff Brunner, of Perry, was in our cily last week on official business. Mrs. Matilda Miser, of Marion township, is visiting her daughter at Columbus, O., this week. Mu6h and Milk Social in the in terest of V, U. T. U., at the resi- whora there is a good deal of good stuff for making :f an excellent nat- Evervbodv invited. Mr. Campbell, of Washita. Kas , brother of Mr. John Campbell, of Gibisonville, was in the city xn Monday. a .. . . Treasurer-elect, John Note slonej was in the city last Satur day, and had many hearty hand shakes from old friends. The Adaroa Express Company's oce has been remomoAed to Chr:s. .Roller's property, in the room form- erly occupied by Vic. Tuschar. - . Married March 18, at the M. E. Parsonage in Logan, O.,- by Rev. J. P. Williams. Mr. Eli A. Pleuk hart and Miss Maggio M Beery. m m Dr. T. R. Mason, of Starr, a re cent graduate of Star...

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. — 26 March 1885

F2&.S-I J-- j." Vz. - ' X -"-V - -S V? 1&- -- -- v2. Xt V- E-Etvss ,. -6-& -; bzzsmgzr. ZEZSSSSXK gLJtnKrJh,t'y.Tmn :v ,;:3 aA'.ujua'g.-u.ut.w'Kt.'ieaB HEHsaaojasasaErsssasssssaaacsEsssE: liiL.-sTXak-eS ihe .xors. - 'ifcmbcr them t-i old bays I used to drirc?- said Ji-c 1'voy. a car?lriver t-n the Kfth and Sixth strvets line, last r:veriirij. "A cousin o mine a fiimier, out beyond Tacony there, bought 'em off the corap'ny. " I took a holiday xbdnt a week ao, und me an my ole 'oman re went to Tacony to spend the day at my cousin's farm. I akud how the team was reltin on. Ho said they made him tired; he had done all he knew ' to git 'em to go, and when they started 'te couldn't git 'cm to stop. lie was cttin sick of 'em, an' thought he'd sell "cm again. -Let mc hare a try says I; cos, too know, bein' as Iwas accustomed to 'em, I thinks I may be able to liud out what's the matter with 'ehu "Well, he hitched 'n to a plow an' I spts behind 'cm an' chirrups to 'em like an' tal...

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. — 2 April 1885

I53i2 y- s --jj ? " K -", 5fe N V .aew "-Vi r -r "- - z? 33HLtI-Q-3l w InW K. 01. BCULATION "- 1.500 MJBKl'KU'TI0!t $2.00 Vi.il TEAR. Business car.ls of live lines orlefcfS per annum. . Simple aunouncfiiiirnts ofmnrrlaeai.d deaths, and church Juil benevolent iociet notices 1 user ted free. Auy additions to obituary notices will be charged 5ceuUper Local b usId ess uo tiers 10 cents per line. I tt" " OCKINGI ENTTNEL. VOLUME 43, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAlf APRIL 2, 1885. NiJMBER 51. .. fcFX ADVEhYTIISIHu SATs. One Square Each iddltlouallnsertlen Cariliipiirjrar, Localnotlcesperllne. TearlvAdvertise: SH 1 M . St etr Slot- r eataaaa " . , rj Jin j ut ii r nttefit-r -"-" -- .n,-.. . -,g. jfp "T-g AND IVE HITESTOST. FUGITIVE EAEAGEAPHSi j ?- . ' ri -MOST APPALLINQ SCENE SINCE THE GREAT FIRE OF 1871 A Womui'i Lny to Ietb Item Flftfe. Story Window Miracnloa Kictyti and Heroic lteccaec Beeaec ana la. cideate The Heaviest Lottri. Chicago, March 23. Since tae fearfui cases at the great & of 187...

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. — 2 April 1885

gS3Sg!VMi .JC? sauSjaMawa- - - 5SKT -- " - ,- j ., .-T?gy5ycaW! 'V,cgi;P-ygjjrtcaiirtru- untoWA , ! V.;xj-.ir.3fa.s Erpr h. el. LEWIS GREEN, CDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. : TERMS PERfEATl, 2.00- Thursday, April 2, 1885. The friends of W. C GotfLB, the able anrfever faithfnf Demo cratic editor of the Jackson Her ald, are urging claims in his be half for an appointment as Post Oflice Inspector. -Bro. Gonld is the "Old Man" of the Ohio Democratic Press longest in the service, old in the battle for Democratic principles, but young and vigorous in health and spirits, capable for work, and compe'ent for the discharge of the duties of the position to which he aspires. The Democratic press of Ohio would take his appointment as a compliment to the profession, and would recognize in his selec tion to a place a just and' proper reward and acknowledgment of a life-time service in behalf of principles which hare at long last again triumphed. Mr. Gould lives and fights in a county hopelessly Republican,...

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. — 2 April 1885

.S- LOCAL ITEMS. Will James is visiting in Chica go, 111. .Ned. Mcilanigal, ot Canton, was j m the city Saturday. Cljfi Garrett, of Union Furnace, .."-was. in. town ovor. Sunday. James Gallagher's little girl," aged 4 years; died Monday morning. WiH-Bort, of Nelsonville spent Sunday with his parents in this place. Charles Todd, cashier of the . Straitsville bunk, was in the city over Sunday. Miss Canon, one of the handsom est belles of Mc Arthur, visited in Logan last Sunday. Mr. Alexander, of Borne Twp., Fairfield Co., is visiting Mr. Smoot of this city this week. John G-. Bright, who has been in disposed for a mouth past, is able to be out and about again. Mr. M. W. Wade, of our county, pent last Sunday visiting friends and relatives in Athens. Al. Brook, proprietor of the Bern pel House, isJ8ufferin JroBt-a pain ful attack of rheumatism. Misses Dell Wilder and Mamie and Bertie Bowers have returned to their homes in Circle ville. John Murphy, who has been at-' tending school at De...

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. — 2 April 1885

r-,-7 :ji EJS - i frl ' Webcter!s JLast Speech . Daniel Webster's last cpeech hi the Senate, delivered, I think, in June, 1850, shows the high respect which- he entertained for the. fathers of our liber ty, and his desire to treasure all memo rials of their jrreatness. Henry Clay had introduced a resolution providing for the original copy of Washington's farewell address, and in adrooatins? its passajre, he had said that "in his parlor st Ashland he had a broken goblet used as a drinking-cup by Washington, dur ing his campaign, which had been en trusted to his care by an old lady, and in that parlor there- was nothing so dear to him or to thoc who visited it as that old broken goblot," Mr. Web ster followed, sUndinr almost motion Jess, his body Vent Sightly forward, and his hands generally behind his back as he uttered his patriotic and dignified words. He said he most cordially approved of the resolution; hoped it would pass. He believed it would gratify the coun try. He believed i...

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. — 9 April 1885

J--'I S?' :?"-' ! '-'5U'iH-r- Tfcv VI 1 T 1A. .; A v. 0 c "?J i assptc -sk .' m 3?ie iST-liTifla.- OCKING ENTINEL. IJlBCULATiON 1-600 . - AUTERTHSWy iT. ai'lSL'KIl'TlOX fSUK) MSB YEAK. One Square-.. BMineMcardsoinva lines orl.6 per annum. , Simple announcements ofniarrittEPsaNd deaths, and chUrcn uTid benevolent iociety notices iuserted free. Any Additions to obttaary notices willbn charged 5cen taper Eaah-tdditlpualinsertion CardDerTcar....... -irv LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. APRIL 9, L885. -J3,-4- 1 -'. NUMBER 52; L"oca1hotIeespe"rtlneE: VOLUME tBI f - i - Acg! ismm jsgvkbSs &l YearlTidvertlsementi lu0 paroolaw.a ., j 1 Jstnttii!, ,1 XJLJZb 11 . 6 ft line, I Local buslnassnotlccslO cents per line. J C7 ft: i -- be 0E "GOOD OHIO STOCK. SOMETHING OF THE CAREER OF SAM UEL SULLIVAN COX. Xemlalscences of Hb Unease Brilliant ""Chancea Sacrificed Through Uterary Ambition The Originator of Ute UTo having Service. Washington, March 23 The nomina tion of Mr. Cox as minister to Turkey in plac...

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. — 9 April 1885

.Sil z-m W Lfcjv."V" WZZ Zx I r1wr'Sif.Li wi?l ;C7I $b mttti$l LEWIS GUEEN, KDIXOR A2T D PROPRIETOR MfcMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, April 1), ISS5. The Spring Elections in Ohio show Democratic gains in the emrntry and losses in the cities. This is accounted for by the fact fhat the Liquor influence in the larger towns combined with the Republicans. His not a Demo cratic defeat in any instance. It is the temporary success of Re publicans combining with an el ement that acts independently of all parties. The victory, wherever Democrats have been defeated, is a triumph for the Liquor interests, but theod and morality party will claim it. THE ELECTION. The Democrats have held their own in Hocking, and made hand some gains in Logan: We have room for only the ag gregate vote of Falls, this week. Next week we wdl publish a tabu lar statement, giving vote of wards and precincts. TRUSTEES. Shaw, D Burgess, D Heft, D McDonald, R Phelps, II 514' 546 468 485 413 423 Butin, It CLERK. Kemte, D 51...

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. — 9 April 1885

$&m. 'S '- !T.I -.T-.l ES 7 .w --- ,- v ft-K o- LOCAL ITEMS. James Stimmel, of M:xville, Per ry coaty, was in the city last Mon day. i i bs Bill Green is a hunter as well as' a constable. lie is a Wolf ''hunter. Mr. Ben Tritsch, who has been . quite ill for the last week, is get ting well. MSBsSsV I ! Kiss Carrie Bagley is visiting friends and relatives at Nelson - Title this week. - m . Dr. 2. V. Raney, Bored into the koae he purchased of Henry Crampton, last week. m m .' Christopher Barman, residing near the cemetery, died on Tues day morning, at the age of 72. John Hansen and S. fL Bright were elected school directors for Logan. There was no opposiiion. Miss Jessie Collins lias -been visiting relatives at Lancaster the past week, returning home on Wednesday. " Nick Doeble has taken an ele gant room in the James Block, where he will hold his office a Assessor, etc. "Twenty-two years!'' howled the Republicans, and the people said, "Yes, Jake, here goes for two vears more !" 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. — 9 April 1885

& r V - --!--., J SSfc-i fe Ib l ; 4- .tvyii. ,r.s.v . jj.-'.i jgj .a-ji.w iwj...Ri!gii LEGS TO OBDEU." Interesting Items .About the Army of Crippled Soldiers. "We have the names of about eight een thousand veterans who have ap plied for repairs," said Mr. Ramsey, irho has Charge of the artificial limb department of the surgeon general's office, to a Wasliinglon Slar reporter. "You know we fit them out with new sets of legs, arms, or other apparatus every five years. It is now getting to ward the close one of those periods, and we have repaired 14,000 a derails." "Aren't the one-legged men dying off?" asted the reporter. Now that's an interesting question. I gucs they are. I presume many of those whose names we have have since died, but I can't tell certainly. Now, as Fvcjsaid, every live years we recon struct the maimed veterans of the army, but they have their choice to AX OLD GLOB 13, liat Win Known r.f the Stato of loira One Hundred anil Sbkty Yean, Ago. This globe we have i...

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