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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 16 April 1885

5SS -ci-if-s " mn.nni ' i j,aiiiM i T rt1 " jivlwjw . oa: iy -vr" S5v'- r&. ays ft i-. C HP " V 1 - -. i i i j j e.- A- -. -r- ocKiNG Sentinel fjle Jsetttitpl, i CIKCULATIOK 1 BMlBari stare lines or less t per awiutun. . Simple annonnefMentaofmurrlagrsand itaathsraad churcn Cnu benevolent aociety Mw Inserted" free. Any additions to gtaaqriiaMroi Will be charged 5centaper fcal bs1b JMSwtleea 10 cents per line. 5i AUTKRTlISHfU JUT, One 8qaare ... Each d(Iltlounllugertlon. (Tanlwpnr yrn.i-r , nl T, -SS LOGAN, 0EI0, THURSDAY! APRIL 16, 1885 NUMBER 1. IM VOLUME 44, Local notices per lfne. 16 Yearly .idvertlBemeBtk SloO perertasnai ? .-'- x"" V N . - 'W W fcj ' sr- i ii iii.imii B 1 ILd - ft I i j I "Beaver-skins are all the rage now, and the Hudson Bay Company has got Popster. ' - rich on; them," said a fur-collector yes--"terday. "Beaver will be worn more than ever this winter. At the last Lon don sale the price advanced 90 per cent, a rise double that of , any other known. The long...

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. — 16 April 1885

-a-S - wjwwHwuw i,miwii;.wjge f-'"- u r if 4JLhe JpctfL LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AX D PROPRIETOR. TEiTHS PER YEAR, 2.00. Thursday, April 16, 1885. The Sentinel's 44tU An nirersary. To-day the HocriSG Sentinel 16 forty-tour years old. The first day of its xistence is nearly a half century away, and scattered among the shadows away back inithe past, are sleeping men who were at the horning', and who for years gave their lime, mon ey, and influence to the journal that wai then and is to-day, the exponent of Democracy, the champion of the weakling, the advocate of equality among men - and the advancement of liberty and civilization throughout the world. It is a pleasur,whilst standing at the graves of the illustrious dead, to recount their maiy vir tues, their nobility of purpose. fheTr jjentlenen in action and their rigid adherence to duty. They were won by the enun ciations of faith; they were stim ulated by the promises of hope, and at the first communion ser vices of their young manhood,...

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. — 16 April 1885

VSilffihlbAAM. '?"5- K tr J 'SI 1 g. m;- "'Si&mm II 6S I aft iae.ii ? ?. LOCAL ITEMS. Turtle Soup at. Yank McCarthy's ever Saturday night. A. D. Houston, of Pt. Pleasant, was iu the City this weak. Evangelistic services at M. B church to-night. All are invited. Bob Price was in Sfraitsvillo yes terday attending f legal bnsiaees. C. H. Buerhaure, prosecuting at "torney, is in Columbus on legal bus inesa. Don Cable, cashier of the Neleoa Tille bank, was in town on busin ess Tuesday. Mr. Heary West of Straitsville, father of Eli West, treasurer of this county, is visiting in the city. Mr. W. F. Itomel. one of the most promising men of the Hock Uoue region, was in the city on Monday, and mide us a pleasant call. Hiss Mary Isamingcr, one' of the most accomplished young ladies of IOgan,was visiting Mrs. Bart Green f Winona Furaaco, this week. . On application of .his attorney, 6. W. H. Wright. Ed. Bishop was released -from the jail at Lancaster . Monday by the county commission ers. M...

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. — 16 April 1885

c- . sse '?m : Indian Curiosities. Afevr leisure moments of a representa tive of the Lay were improved this forenoon in looking over the array of Indian articles of ariare, toilet, lux ury and general utility, exhibite'd for sale in the show windows of a popular Business house of St. Paul. There were war-clubs, tomahawks, Lows and arrows, necklaces of elk's teeth and bear's claws, stone pipes and moccasins of everjr description, -so arranged as to attract the attention of the relic hunter. "Where do you get those things?" Inquired the Lay representative. Well," said the merchant, "we get them from Indians, trappers, post traders and sometimes from amateur travelers and adventurers who have started out on small means, and after reachiug St. Paul, on their way home from the West, find it necessary to sell their relics,- in order; sometimes, to ob tain a meal. Itis astonishing how many people go West thinking they will make a speculation in procuring Indian toys and selling them in St....

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. — 23 April 1885

BBwSBwSBwSBwSBwSBwSBwSBwSBwSBLs--i- -J" : - . - . "t! - . . -4 TTfcfc - - V- -1 -I J v j5fc- - Kai"cif r a iT -W- 3, AC - y u ' V- N fL. t r- '"" ' " "? ' "n Fk s. . - rvH ! 1 V.f I J V . 1.500 lBtCRIlT10X $2.U l'n veai:. Baainess cards or five lines or less 6 per. innim. Simple announcements ofmarri&gesar.d deaths, and church Slid benevolent society notices inserted .free- Any additions, to obituary notice's will bo charged 5 ecu ts per listed . Local basin ass notices 10 ceuta per line. PHYSICIANS. T. H, JIASOSCL D. Physician and. Surgeon, SUGAR GROVE, O April 9, 18S5-6m A. n. WiLLIGE, rkysicidn 8f Surgeon, T Resieence No 220 South Columbus street Lancaster. Offlce, Gats Building, North Colurabus,trcet. . JuneS,'S2 tf W W MO N HOE, Surgeon Dentist, NelsoHville, Ohio: ALL WORK WARRANTED July 10, MM.- CIRCULATION J. H. DYE, Physician Sf Surgeon, Office wljh Dr. James Little. . -J n SSlSSO tf , - XOGA. O DR. I- 0. WRIGHT. Physician, $ Surgeon POfflce In city Bull.liug.iornar or M...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 23 April 1885

&3S2Z& WW.- T Xs-O "" n-Mj.,mM.tK.t,tfJimi c t& - -5 " r - u Fr IV 3 14, 'i m He S!tL LrliWIS GREEN, KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. r Eft MS PER YEAK, 2.00- TiM riroisday, April 28, 1885. MEETING OF THE CENTEAL COMMITTEE. The Democratic Central Com mittee of jHocking County, pur suant to adjournment, will meet in Logan; in-the Sentinel Office, on the SECOND STURDAZ , of May, being the -9th, for the purpose of fixing the time of holding the I'rirharv Election,. and the transaction of such other business as may be deemed ne cessary. All Committeemen are request ed to be present or send proxies. Vacancies :will be filled by the Committeemen present, by the appointment of known Demo crats in attendance at t e meet ing. Candidates and Democrats generally are invited to attend the meeting. Th'os. Meldrix, Cli'm. G. M.Gould, Sect'y. ' Hoadlejr'a Anecdote. The Senate last week adminis tered a s'ight "anecdote,' so to speak, to Governor Hoadley who is serioualy affected with -negrrP phob...

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. — 23 April 1885

-r" ." S V . Sfj2 ' 1BV i V" xSAi Mi & I- ' . 12? v U LOCAL ITEMS. "g?1? 17K W.ct ;u ennnrliixr tliO week Ailll I WO. IQ rr..-.--B on hi farm. Will Bort,.of Ntlsoiivill spent Sunday in Logan. Dr. Wright's new residence is neariy comp'eled. Joe Bright haa closed hia school at WebVsfSu mmit. J. E. Tritsch is birflding a new hoop iah cast "endl f J. W. Jones, ot Haydenville was in town' over Sunday Turtle Soup al Yank McCarthy's ever Saturday night. Judge Wright, wilfcopen court in Lancaster uert Monday. C. R. Baird, of Bairds Furnace, was in town last Saturday. Mr. C. W. James and wifo are visiting relatives in Indiana. Mr-Sol. Lantz, of Haraden Junc tion was in town Monday last. Monday and Tuesday were the first spring days we have had. The new skating rink at Nelson ville was opened Tuesday night. The street sprinkler was out Tues day for the second lime this season. Ed. Jourgenwnier is again elect ed. It was last Sunday and is a bor. Jacob Fox is erecting a large brick business...

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. — 23 April 1885

v- ? J-. t;, , aeTii.-'? V - aBest? BaaBBCr-'' -. aBBlaaT-" ' '"V fi s -5-. -- ; ? -- Wf 4- I-- b Lv A Mole- Catcher. A mole-catcher is a pictnresnne per sonage, more interesting in his life and surroundings' than many better known or prettier types of life. He can hold his own with many game keepers and the country characters which abound where leaves are grccn,and fields are Slowed and waters are clear, though he as nothing more terrible to hidr; in the earth than a wooden trap, and all the skill he possesses is his own experience at canning. He follows his work as silent as the moles themselves, and his humble earnestness would stand many a preacher in good stead. We might, with a little wit, make fun of his old clothes, his leather gaiters, his soiled knees, his battered hat, . . . . -& ... rongn naaas, ana .'compare nim to a For Rent---t!IIiens. ' To a small family House of rooms, summer kitchen, cellar, cistern, well oi water; all in good condition. Apply to .. . . D. FHMJ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 30 April 1885

--.c- 'r- - ..rjii-js-fei-T-s 'K "s V?T satr &?& ri.i -- --ia CS S& I! 1 T 4 t ' -s "-Witt;" -r '" OTiie errtiaa-el-. OIROULATIOK SUBSCRIPT! OS S2.00 l'EK TEAK. n.i-';nesscArasornve Hues orlesxSG per annum. -. . , Si noie announcements ofranrriagcsai.a deal lis unJ cliurcii find benevolent society no.icei Inseited Tree. Any additions to obituary notices wlllbe charged Sceutsper LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY APRIL 30, L885. NUMBER 3. . -'-, . , VOLUME 44, ... .. 4-ia zssa YoarlvAdvertisesnenUjlOO'parcolasni - - OCS vfj -, Local bnslueasnotics 10 cents per line, j 3 sC-vsrgii tyfaaawr;sg3 'Ktc:'"w jtcrTa--pp--w-gr- - . .. ... - . . -. . . . , , . ' .... .- " ' .. -. t r i " w ' 1 I H ,-TrTrT- WJ'-k - -rm't-fc t h ir . ', '.;ItC SnlItlU - EHZS : 1 Li Li1-'- Mf M K ; - lH N NH ..'.',.7....s & g 'B ' -j " - M . J7 S Jk B JL -i ' - ffi A 8 -S fLX N gJL4g Ja ADTBRTIISHia BAT.4 - - i At- ai .Ltazarrtf miA. . ,. -s -s Ono Sqaare..-. .--..' IM . ' , , Each uIntiouaIinserUon.. z irTt i...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 30 April 1885

v 5--- ?' ,-fe -vi :-r j- -, vik r? r . j-t1 fe fr.y E " sSSWX J-- "V H ;.."V- --- t r. 1 ..? 4 kl. c - - ESQ -A C " t- M, - - - i '-sr-? -Y $h LEVIS GREEN, XOIIOR AD PROPRIETOR. TKXXS PER YEAR, 2.00- s- Thursday, April 80, 1885. MEETING OF TlIE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. AS OTHERS SEE US. ! of the Pftrtv ,rom PrinciPIe and not j pay, are for Gen. Beatty and "So I cotra'Vill find this out the next time CelumhiiM h comes here.if he eives himself half a chance to hear. Mr. Furay is a very accomplished journalist, an excellent genial gen tleman, and vc hope be will come down again and stay longer. Cel. Furay of the Jeuraal, A talent; the Haw Eaters. 5" fBKtf-- The Democratic Central Com mittee of Hocking County, pur suant lo adjournment, will meet in Lojran, in the Sentinel OfliceJ on the SECOJSU &ATUKLIAJC or May, beinff the 9th, for the purpose of fixing Hie time of holding the Primary Election, and the transaction of such other business as "may be deemed necessary-All Committeemen are 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. — 30 April 1885

Ss ff"-e 1 3a'S??5 r- i 3--- .- -"-vj &i4- ' -te- J iv ft , '?4a rT -Ai ' nrl'- 2- f -t i """ V" r-' ,'"- 1 . " r 7r j? rs-r- ' - -v --- r' . ' "c" - - 'u: y - J-v 7 2 j- ss, V i V LOCAL ITEMS. Uncle Tom's Cabin to morrow night. The Commissioners will meat on aext Monday. Carl Boerhaus ii in 'Joiumbui thu week on legal business. Turtle Soup at "Tank" McCar thy's every Saturday night -- - - essw- Go and see Uncle Tom. He never tires or grows older. s i - The savage blood hounds will chase Lizee across the stage to morrow night. -it-is but one step from com panionship to slavery, when one associates with vice. Tepsy will dance and cut an tics en roller 6kate6 at the Opera to-morrow night. , The afflicted will take notice that Dr. O. C.Farqohar will be at the Rempe! Houie on the 7th and 8th of May. ' An interesting letter from Mr. Johnston, of Idahe, father of T. P. ohuton of our place, appears on the outside of this paper. Mr. A. B. Glllet, Superintendent jf the Children's Home at...

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. — 30 April 1885

jjjjH:- -v WtLWW "ja1. -3m1 JjS -- - - M -V, fs&. -"r. .S-"b' y &- . -1? - k -"- tm . i iXJ-l1"".!- HUM "' ' T ' 11 ' 'iHI" il ffifft -- wy syqw I- 1 K T J. UffEDJDYlN the steife fl T - . THE GREAT fPOWERS OF awawweivAiujAii'Jv t'?':- , .', i'ff"ff EUROPE STILL PREPARING FOR WAR. SawtA'Trying to Jalntaln Financial Credit. KoUicldlds Kefused tho Xau rtuylnjj TCar SliI jn Knoriuons Bloney In- teratfta-kSeucral Foreign News. AN HEREDITARY MURDERER. -f3F- History of a JTpinilv or Crlmiunls ;IHule Knuxtn by tlsis biiiciiio ofllicSr 'cion. CixciNXA.Tr, April l'J. A spoeial from Dayton jaysu- ,-- ft Ciias'Beiler, who savernl weeks ago was arrested here, coniraitlo I'suicide ia'thc jail. He had made a form-1-atwospt but failodr Since his death Sheriff Weis has ma Jo public n most rcmarkablo slory ot crime Beiler came herein search of his father, a practic ing physician, who, two years ago, was con victed of robbery and tent to the peniten tiary, where he committed suicide juht as th...

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. — 7 May 1885

. I 5v- 3. - O I r Ll fl - 'Ufa CKING ENTINEL CIRCULATION 1C80 JMJBiiCKlTTlo Business cauls or fiv lines or less SO per annum. " Hlmpienmiounceruei-.ts f marriages and deaths, and church and benevolent society notices iu&crled free. Any additions to obituary notice will be charged ocentsper ADTCBTIISMS BVT1 Od Square- .. Each iIdlUonl Insertion tit TfTSHi"1 SS VOLUME 44, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1885. NUMBER 4. Caxilsparycar, SM .. la Local notices perllne. Local uusiueasuoticca 10 cents per "line. J YearlTdTertis,oaiotJlce parttHaiai Wr W $T JifitHipl, .1 JLJtXL L- L' ill 5 ki l; R rf- c - PHYSICIANS. - T. R. MASON, M. D. "Physician and Surgeon, SCG4R 1GHOVE, O. April t, lS85-m A. H. WLLIGE, PhysioiaTi S? Surgeon, Beleonce No 220 South Columbus strent Lancaster. Office, Getz Building, North Celuabas.slreat. junoS,'S2-ti W W MONROE, Surgeon Dentist, Nelsonville, Ohio: ALL WORK WARRANTED July 10, 183t. J. H. DYE, Physician $ Surgeon, Office. wUta Br. Jamas Little. -Jan2, mo-...

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 May 1885

;&? -.1a4? i & r if r w I 1 I- Ifc i ? r Sciik LIWIS GREEN, EDITOR .VJDPROPBHTOE. riRJTS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, May 7, 185. MEETING OF THE CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The Democratic Csntr.il Com mittee of Hocking County, pur suant to adjournment, will meet in Logan, in the Sentinel Office, on the SECOND SATURDAY of May, being the 9th, for the pnrpoie of fixing the time of holding the Primary Election, and the transaction of such other business as may be deemed ne .cessary. All Committeemen are request ed to be present or send proxies. Vacancies will be filled by the Committeemen present, by the appointment of known Demo crats in attendance at fie meet ing. Candidates and Democrats generally are invited to attend the meeting. Thos. Meldhim, Ch'm. C. M. Gould, Sect'y. i T the Democracy of Berk. Ibc County. Logan, O., May 6, 1885. I am being urged from all parts f the county to be a candidate for re-election as Representative to the General Assembly. Before and after my election in 1...

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 May 1885

v.J -r e -3 u Lb fr V if r j, i fi Ift .- 3 1. f f L. 4 " LOCAL ITEflflS. lira. John White, who has ben aeriouslv ill, is recovering. Gus Tnnjhill is home again, af ter a short stay in Columbus. Turtle Soup -at lYank" Mc Carthy's every Saturday night. Jo Wilder, of Miller & base's .store, is at his home in Circle ville on a viiie. The Lutheran church yard on North Mnjbwy .street is being grad ed and soded. Ed Culver aud wife of Gore. O. ware the guests ef Mrs. Daniel Ben net, Sunday. Every Democrtic Committeeman should attend the Committee meet ing next Satutday. Mrs. Curia Roller who has been seriously sick for some weeks, is slowly recovering. Don't forget to attend the music al entertainment at the Opera House to morrow night. Hoy. J. Fr Williams will preach at the M. E. Church, next Sun day morning at 10J o'clock. Mr. Ed White and laIy, of Chi cago, 111., are visiting in Logan, the guoals of his father, Darius -"Whito. The Commissioners have con tracted with Mr. Smoot for th...

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 May 1885

vv A' I -a t I -a T-TTrMJf-l'-Y1't-"-,t",J,L1'JV,wl--iJW?' "What e.t?" In Y.i9iiiiKti s IIuuc This i3 aphrnsa oft ?r found in the aewspapers. Whenever . lnjthing. ex traordinary happens, when any event occurs especially wonderful, the para graph writer is apt to add. as his only comment, these words: "What next?" .'.That is to say, the more extraordinary the occurrence, the lcs it is dwelt up on. A wonderful fact, instead of ar resting attention, merely suggests tho Inquiry, "What will happen next?" This indicates a disease of the intellect, which craves novelty, always novelty. Instead of reflecting upon what takes dace in order to learn some lesson from t which may be used hereafter, the Blind hurries away directly asking for some otner wonuerlul 1111112:. Ui new Two or three hund.iad steps to the right and up ngeix-r&i. incline and you ptand on the lrtai, high porch of Mount Vernon. The great river crcepa close under neath, one hundred feet or two below. You niijjht suppose 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. — 14 May 1885

Business o-rdsot a ve lines or 1,ksE6 per annum. lv Simple innoauceiHents of marrlegcsand death, an.l church Slid benevoluul society notices inserted free. Any additions to cultuary notices wilt bo'charged 5 cents per. EachaddlllonallnaartJom . TO ta LOGAN, OHIO, THURSMT. MAY 14, 1885. HtfMBER-'S. Crdsperycar, V Loealnntlrpiriritn. .- i ?- Local busluessnoticeslO cents per line. YerlTadTertisemeBtlte ft ? .-. fc- --&. -"t J "iS 3?lS- "-'i?- 15 ' a ft i i-r I v V ?., j " l . s - -ir :,'. 3E . - ,: l Tba Senate's GJEclal Stenographer. "Tea, I have boon a good while at it,' said Mri D. E. Murphy; the official stenographer of the Senate, as he sat in .1 r i v :,t i ...... I. .. room at the Senate end of the Capitol. Its windows lookout-upon the spacious grounds at the front of the Capitol, for it is one of the most eligible rooms in the entire kuilding, justby the massive-; doors, and looking out upon thomarbie portico of tho Senate end of the east. front ot the Capitol. Un the ceil...

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 May 1885

t- rass v! L2s p, . " "V tt tn - - r Xi.!F&SiSi ignnwwasassfifiiiBBBWS dtfi x - It! m tyh Jpuh LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIXTOK. TERMS PER YEAR, 2.00- Thursday, May 14, 18S5. ll.e nttcntion of Rrpiibl:cus, who attempt to bleed candidates on the pretext of having inflnenco at the primary elections, iff called to the Weldy Law, passed by the recent Legislature, and published else where. It will be observed that it is a penitentiary offense to ask or receive money from a candidate. We don't want to see any Repnbli- oan go to the penitentiary for the I repetition of acts to which ibey hava been b long accustomed, and henco give this additional warning. fhe Democratic candidates and our Committee will see that the law if enforced". Geed Leicislftftea. Among some of the good things done by oar lato Democratic Leg islature may bo mentioned the fol lowing - It has submitted-a constitutional' amendment changing the time of the Bute Election from October to November, so-as to be in acco...

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 May 1885

?-&z ?$ I -g --- -.- j- u r ii ni" rirjin.n,; ,! . ss - i W t r fr fa ipA I I I II .'A I'll till O. aWw " -aa John HiHery. of M.xviU. w in town Wednely. Turtle Soup at Yank McCar - r thy's every Saturday night. Mr JRavmond Belt's foundry has bean running the past week. This is the house cleanine season and the average man is unhuppy. Miss Magsie Hainblin, of Colum bus, O., is visiting friends in this city. Meek Montgomery has improved Jiis store room by putting in a new front. lira. Cable, of Nelsontille, O . is' visiting her son, Dr. Cable, in this place. Mr. Frank Love, of NelBonville, was in the city on business on last Saturday. Mrs. Poston is putting a pve meat around her residenoa on Hun ter street. "Bob Hamblin.of the Athens As ylurn, visited relatives in Logan last Sunday. - Kobt. Vanalta, of this place is visiting frionds. at Branchville, few Jersey. Mr. Swinehart, attorney at Adel phia and his son, were in the city last Tuesday. Doc Bd .White, of Chicago ,and fait wife...

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 May 1885

if fc5i?'Ki. r ..- "T-Si ' - 1 ijyPUJMJ lUWUtfMOJa . . - r; ; TEESE, TIMELY TOPICS. ;SHIPLT A wr mm i i "l HI lTn " mm WIRED WAIFS WOVEN IN A WOOF VARIED NEWS COLORS. OF Colon Chatter Purser lattlejohn's rrattlo. Senator laistlV rarting- Shot at the Administration Appointments." Glut or the. Kens. i-i3 TALK ABOUT WAR BETWEEf j,ENGLANDAND RUSSIA IS BOSH. 'if??r??$f rrrrr D. A. Miller Important to Grand Ju ry Witnesses. Couox.Mny 4. The troubles on the Isth mus are by no means over, an-l no one is vvlsa' enough to see t!ia end. In the 11M0 com plicated state of affairsonly 0120 tiling isjeer tain: that the eale screams, "from Colon ti Panama, and the United States has asserted "itself with a vigor that "has not bs-jn equaled since the Stars and Stripes 'Gauntc.l in the halls of the3Iontezama'.,, It was nearly 11 o'clock when the steamship Acapulcc, having on board Cant. J3 H. IvIcCalla (who has been . sent down totake command of. the laaj fores on tho Isthmus undor Rear Admiral Jouett...

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