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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 February 1887

SSSSSsioxsaiasmo tT yvn.:,-1 !! j.',.Msv..i.i.l.v.'. H'.u-.-ni'.v sas jffuwy frt-v' iji&fcijB rg&ifi'TW--.;; jC jC-Oyslers and Soup, every ua.v, including ounuuys, ut uunuu) Kerstchfs. LOCAL ITEMS. Pine silver watches at Weilaua's. r T. P. Jobnsten lias gone ta Fostoria, Ohio. -W. P. Price visited Lancaster last week. Eli. M. West bas rurcbnied a new piano. Hart man keeps the frpsbesl gro- eerie in ibe market. A brother of Lew McGill was buried Hi Athens, Sunday tast. The drivers of the Shawnee jinines are on a strike. Common Pleas Court convenes in this county, next Monday. Judge J. S. Freisner was down to. Cincinnati to hear Booth. The bine bird drifted in on the South wind Tuesday morning, John Wolf has returned from a trip through the Iloeking Valley. -The measles in a mild form are sweeping tho Monday Creek Val ley. The New York Furnace al Shawnee went in blast WeJnejr day. You will find a splendid assort ment of the finest clocks at Weil afcd's If yon yant anything in ...

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. — 10 February 1887

,W i- fissFr-sr- ". . ---- f-Fpy saasaasgaMfci-?gj a:.v'AiV ififflffgw! .w n-JWu-'.Mj z?zs jaeub.?.l.!?Ai.'-ii'LJ, 4 'U.1.1 j-.nji.r.-a.-vM.jyiaj UUh'ny! .J-.V.ifaWB-.T r-iaa-s-iyrTr7-vr.Trrr-T7j'l?o. i!..gi-najjPsPg;! j' !...M--...-T,Muir-.i.i-i..unwi'Jijjit,'yJlJ-Aiqi Ml III1 i I ItMUWVtV&aBi The Wair Who TVs Blown Into a nemo and Tiiun mown Oat to Sea. A Steam Tricycle. J. IL Bulhr.l. of Ihe Rnllr.rd Arm Company, erf this city, lias for sftTcr.il months vtast been nt vrorfc on a trieTcin for which steam shall fitrni?h the rno t'tva poTrcr. Tim experiment has so far succeeded, that recently several trial trips hats Ccon ni.idc Tyith such satis- fs.ctror. ai to already causa manuiactnr cin to apply for tho right of manufac ture. Swral icta:.'ts arc yet to be per- wr hone and hcadnrr in rnr ditvctiira. J"156". anii t.-jjcs the. machine is cmirc- As black as Eitdsirht. irith lech-Ic ta satlartwn of its Inventor fi Fparita emanating fioni it in showers, it ' irJ.fclr exhibition wi...

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. — 17 February 1887

-5---'-5ffi 5-.se..s. . !-SfU-r-MKKsSf-S . P-1J i ILO rCC &i --3 -C-SHC- 'g'srvPw-Ki: 7e Rocking Scnlincl. A mmmxA t ' --- -l-i -j , i.r. .' ijml. . mucwgwi LEWIS GREEN, EDIT02 & P0PRET0B soascsimos - sijjo rcn kak (.Business Cards, live lints or lets, per an nura,S:X?. ' , Simple: aunonr.ccracnt of marriages and oaths, and cliurcli ami bcnevolei.l soei x notices Inserted free. Any addition to bltuurr notices trill be cli-cde cents ne extra . . . VOLUME 45 LOSAK, OHIO, THOBSDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1887. mEBER ii TER5I3 - - - $!- scs H,i - -, 5 : JTT ' 1 -- ' ' rf'rf"' '! .--I!--.. T-r '...Yr.r..--"r-''----fe'- l 'tfj h 1 vi -fcV JOHN HANSEN, Attorney - ai -Law, 1.0(5 AX. OHIO. iSn over C0IU13 Moor's Store Aoril 1 ly SAMUEL II. BRIGHT, Attorn e it at La LOGAN. OHIO. flloeovor Collins Moore's Store. aprlll.lSSt " J. II. DYE, Physician $ Surgeon, Office wih Dr.Jamcs LUtlc. Janl-S. lSiO-tf LOGAN. O DR. I. C. WRIGHT. Physician" $ Surgeon -Offico In city Building, corner of Main tuad.-t...

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. — 17 February 1887

$ - & sv & '41 a v - r -V-. -i vr l t, ; 23f9l2BIBESGB-B aac t.i,ll...jajiii-nl - --"' 'j1 ,'U" . s pig jpaniinif! L.EW1S GREEN, Editor & Pbophustob. TERMS IH0- Ihursday, Feb. 17, 1S87. FOR GOVERNOR, ALLEN G.b TIIUilMAN. Congrcsbiiinn Outlnraltc's Speech. We publish on the first page of this issue Iho able speech of our Congressman on the matter of the Pacific Railroad question. The speech is an able and intelli pent presentation of the subjesl discussed, and is in following with the preliminary work in ausurated by Thurman, looking .to the protection of the people from the greed of avaracious corporations. Mr. Outhwaite's speech is not only convincing in argument, but is polished with literary finish in the presentation. ;Our readers, wo know, will read with pride and pleasure the speech which our Congressman m-.ikcs on a question of national importance, and which speech, in sentiment and delivery, ranks him up among the foremost men in the American Congress. Tb Old .Ma...

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 February 1887

-. ' j--C- As - -jxsssr" 5H " j.'wyw..'tg.-v.'iiA .1 -sn7f":-.3r.-gire?B J-... rrrr.r-.K. - i - l ' I 1- IglJ .t'JJSm J 1 ).Ti . T . -. ..-- -r -vr--! v i : t -jj! im!1v.;m..ji- ! ..... -,-tit SO! '- - " - '.'T.-.L'.--f;-cjv .1 -Wit,.,,,!.-,, ) V rtOyters ami boup, every day, including Sundays, at Johnny Keretein's. -v LOCAL ITEMS. Our Ticket tortlie Spring Election : HatoalGas. Yes. Mrs. Peter Kle'nsmitU. is quite 111. Our gasoline lamps sre on the lilt. begin- -Next Wednesday, is the ning,oiLeut. Mr. A. Wilson visited Colum bus this week. E. M. West was at New Straits ville Wednesday. ' ohn L. ontcr has received an increase of pension. The C. &i. C. I. Co. paid off their men Wednesday. Frank Merrick, of Columbus, was in the cily Monday. Josie Rochester has returned from his Northwestern trip. Rev. C. C. Hart has been on the sick list the past week. .Mont. -Bobbins, of Hamden, I OT, was iu this city, Monday. -The woolen mills of J. E. Tri tscli have shut down for a short time. ...

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 February 1887

-- "2bp -f5K3 'x. . - . s r, rse-v-. y-rrrri-:.?i!-r.-gj kv tr?y" i ,-y,-; , 's3" -c-i-' cs" f :o a:i. 'JIU ;'Lt ma hare :i Htihj lralii-r. pleaw," Paid a Matt, clih-rlv '..uiiiUiiiai!, who flood in froul cf jl-t .".'iirit.. hosts bar the other evening; -.villi a sr'.ass olstcsci Ic'r hi-t rtnn before Mm. .The whUc-ajironctl I'r.rJctidcr bent down, and from a stall uniicrnraUi ll:i polished raahoanr lwi::;it no a dish cf buiirr in which wis "tuck a silvi-r ktiifii Vi'itii this the man took o.Tr. Jump of butter and dropped it into hU lass and Fllmdit ab.T.it r.ntU it ws melted. Then Ii3 drank the coDCtscl:o:i fc!ot ly, witn sn c:!v smile ovcisprw..!. ing his features. "Yes it. is rather a curious drink," said the bartender to the reporicrflatirf inp: by, "but it is a very pleasant one. and a great favorite with sonic ccnll." rr.cn. Thoso who don't ktiov,- of its ef fect':, however, had better let it alon, for the cfiVcIs arc apt to be queer. Ibo nun who drinks a number of thc hot rum...

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 February 1887

m " rm c C AO ssuss'-isscsn?; RftMiSSSS The JiGcking Sentinel. SCBiP?tOX HJO fEK IKAE m r - . iy. ri j LEWIS GREEN, EDTOB &-PR0P1UBJT02. &Baain:EOards, rive llncstor lets, per en BUm,$3JD0. Simple announcement of marriages and Si ins. and church cud benevolent toel- ty notlcvd inserted free. Any addition to bituarr notices will Le charged fle cents nextra- LOGAR. OHIO, THDRSDAT. FEBRUAfiY U. L887. NUMBER 45 VOLUME 45 TERMS - - un . . CLf A y 5 v . . . ii ii lm- . i -II ----- ' j .-. n-Wy VV - - -a T--j'infuQifiti'iii - -, -- - - - JLXv-lOxVXN vJT a I"3"3 " i kM.i uxmtzn m i ,,, ;2J. , , w v nr- va" eciP.Mij'.ft, Jy .-er- tftsLsca wjj5v Or 0. 0. Farquliar, HY31S&3 AHD SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OUIO. CUnES Deformities, Stiff Joints, Par tlyMs, Lus; D!i-eae-i, Asthma, Bro:ictiltl3 And Com-ur.irliou lln lis lncinlcut fUce.l Pllc4, Uhei'mntiMu.LirerComiilunt. Dyb- pepal, fct. V ilufc' Uaucc, t Its, KKiiu-v ana Blood UIni.vn, Cstrrn, Head AcJ:c, Weak and .Achlnc Back, Neuralgia,...

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 February 1887

&M pr - ffsiifc:.Vi.,iriii.,::i,t.T-ft'rtfyffaM'-m 1..v.M.aitmr'Ty'''-'-'','w''wV-'-u--v'-w'MLUM''l''jaanswmi .. cy Mnj jpenfhHfl LEWIS GREEN, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS $350 's SS! Ikursday, Feb. 24-, 1SS7, FOR GOVERNOR, ALLEN G, Tillim The President'; Veto. The velo by the President of the JDependaut Pension Bill lias caused a great deal of discussion from both parlies, and all classes. On the outside wo present the viewsjof two of the ablest news papers of tho country, opposite in politics. The PresidentVvelo will stand. The claim agent must find other work to do. The New Lexington Democratic Ileral appeared last wedi in new dress, pretty as a bridal veil, and as clear and clean cut as its man ly, honest and honorable Demo cratic record. We are glad to see the Herald display this evidence of progress and prosperity. For years past it has been fought with a purpose to destroy-it, by the common en emy, lh3 Republicans, and by slinks and ingrates in its own party, but it is ...

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 February 1887

M r- K 4 x j'ni.m.eitfmtu.j..!. u.m- nP.o.w.-r-w!...j-:,W;i?'L-v.Mu.wJk -;rv,.g,m.;gM'n-3T?g! HLSJJ-V.M-m ... . .'.i ...mumn... u,JLm'-'Mffsl'i "Oysters anil Soup, every 'day, including Sundays, at Johnny Kerateiii's. LOGAL ITEMS'. VOur Ticket tor the Spring JUivvl'vJl HatoalSas, Yss, Well, yes, Hunter street ia very muddy. Thai! Ai'.cn spont ' Sunday at Maxviilo, O. F. S. PursfcH and wife visited Columbus, last Monday. Mrs. Frank Rochester Las a five o'clock tea this evening. The people of Adelphia will vote on Local Option the 2Gtb ii-.at. Vint Ferguson, of Bucliteh. O., was in Logan, Tuesday. Tiillm McCornnck of tlie O. H. V. & T. visited friouds in Logan thiB week. Obas. T. Barker, of the Athens Journal attended the dance Mon day evening. TheJ boys;on;ilielHocking Val ley Railroad were paid off last Monday. Jlrs. Jones and Mrs. UcClintcck arc visiting their sister, lira. E. W- Saun ders- in Columbus. Baird's Furnace is out of blast. As soon as the hearth caa be re paired eke...

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 February 1887

s? frrcvrev-pfcTs?r'-ov; i-"rty rsjMg-?,?T-a.--'g gsw.;7rai' y-WjsgSJii. . . w &-lX'frr'W,T?.i& ;..... iiMiii..-.,jaJ3rs: i..-., - - ",','. . T at-j ,. , "S52ZSa3-3SZ32SaEEaaS3BaSS2S: 3mZtZC 5? J. v Scrs to ?Iarry"an'l '. Tho end of s. tt-on.r.n. ii to many and raiso u a family. She str.rts out ia this direction whyn she c.irrlcs a doll in childliood. 1'onr girl who leaves honRj iiad jpes out for herselt does eo because ho his railed lo find (ho man sho wants to marry. By and by siie docs find him, and rrhen she docs she drop3 everything and goes v.'ith him. Sho stops short in her music her aclir.jr, her art, her litera ture, or whatever it is, becausa after all her instinct tells her to many and she follows her instinct instead of her rca json. A msn can rciny and go ahead in the particular pursuit or profession ha Lad chosen, but tho woman stops and subjects everything to the one duty of wifehood. That is tho reason women do not succeed as well a3 men. Tcey fall short. Gra...

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. — 3 March 1887

ih- -t Ss.. tv IS- '&-. r .igssss ,-.- pr S5i5JK t y"'" SU2sSS2322ii223X rr.rrjv.vss BISBC Tc Rocking Sentinel. V ' CJ , e i-1 APT" NTTNEL SCSXmPTid fl-JO THIS VL1K o -.EV7IS GREEN, Editoh & Prcpeistos. V BaIuftsCunli, five liiius or less, per an nara.JSjV). ilme announcement ofMBrrlnccsand eethi. anil church and benevolent soci tr notices inserts! free. Any addition to bituarv notice will be chaised nve ccuta uecxtra- LO&iN. OHIO, THURSDAY. MAfiOI 3, 1887. VOLUME d-5 NUMBER 46. TERMS (150 .. .. . . u -.- s w-. -. -vj-- .r r -r-V7 Si.-r jr-- .1 ' .-f W r r$ -3 i pg IM ' SA1 " n -T230s3a3H Iff S- ; V' j"-v -JS6 fP?SS )r 0. u. ijarquhar, EftSIGfiB A5sD SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURTIS Deformities. SUIT Joints. Tar- Jjy.sts, Ltrng I'so.-uw, AKttima. Krone!. Itls cd Consumption (in ifc incipient st.iue,) Vila, Wie'imativn,LierCoinpilnt, Oys- ?;i.via. m. 15bv ujnee, iik. jtraut-r aim iood lKwax, (J&t:rr!, Head Ache, Wcalc nail Aching Rjclr. KenralcJa, and i-H and aver...

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 March 1887

3pC - jx -. 1 IP . S. -- . . VR . . - ... . ' i - 51 cC- i lUI S0UlUlt kEWIS GREEN, Editoe & Pkopwctor. DER5IS $150 I -C - Ihursday, March 3, 1SS7 FOR GOVERNOPw, ALLM G, TliMil, TUc Veto Snstaiiietl. The dependent pension bill with the veto message of the President thereon was taken up by the House for consideration Thursday. It was debased until 4 o'clock, when the -vote was taken, resulting Yeas, 175 ; Kays, 125 . Failing to re ecivc the necessary two-thirds vote the bill fai'ed to pass. General Bragg, of Wisconsin, himself a gallant soldier, made n Etirring speech sustaining the veto. He declared the soldiers who had bravely fought, ready to lay down 1heir lives for their country '"did not wish to bo classed as paupers and placed-on ihe roll with the cof fee cr olera of tho army.' Ho said the "brave men of all parties stood by the President.'5 It gratifying to us to krow that our Congressman, Mr. Quthwaite, TOtcd to sustain tho President. Tho fellow who broke his leg trying t...

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 March 1887

i?"1 -ssrss -V-a . .-J- s H tsa" I r H .VS.' 30-bIera anil Souj, every clay, including Sundays, :it Johnny jhlerstcin's. LOCAL ITEiS. Our Ticket lor the Spring Election : JSatural Gas. Yss- Here's a ho w il'yp do ! What eicr shall 1 do ? ' 'Since I shopped my ndiertlslns ily trade has fjllon ofTsurprisIr.s Within a wcclr or two Here's a how d've iloj Hiss Cad Murphy lias relum ed home from Columbus. The busy bee was oui in force last Tuesday. Our side streets are very nmd dv. V?. S. Larimer is in charge of S. M. Qodecke's grocery. John W. Jones is in Cleveland. O. 'jinvjBnwcii is panitiac C. E Bowen's house on Main Street. Rev. O. C. Hart is able to be out on the streets again. Mr.".B.iker, traveling agent of the Columbus Times, was in Lo gan Monday. The spring election will come on the 4111 of April this year. Captain Georgie lfartenger, it Is reported now, is not dead. F. S. Pursell is spending IhisJ week in Ohio. What is the matter with the coons any how? Tat Sullivan, of New 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. — 3 March 1887

N n ,? :ii:3ac"..CMgasrTZge.- 3KSS FISIIINCJ FOS SJZRI3IPS. ' V"ork of l':o Chinese n.herraeis Alcngtlio fnclflo Coaf. A r-V.tr.I BlocJc of House. ThSslglit of tho. awkward Giincje Junk has become ?o common in tha bar us to hardly fcttt set the attention of those who arc in the haait of using tho ferry boats constantly, sr.ys the San Francisco JPoaL Occasionally some jocular, eon tcrapraomi rirmnrk'is mada on tho build or rig cf one of the crafts, eonplud with r pitying sliurion to the poverty-stricken lookinc; crew. . The owners cf the crafts can alien! fcs ct the langh go round, nnd nono of tfceni arc at all desirous of ccrrectmy tho mistaken impression ns to their poverty and tho nuall amount realised by their trade. It will astonish many of those who have ridiculed tho clumsy, liigU-slcrncd boxc. with their elattcd squarcsaifo, to learn tlint the frcicht carried br ticso boats sntonnti in value to about S3.O0O.OC0 r year. All of them are engaged in the fishing trade n tho bay an...

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. — 10 March 1887

Url ' HxL Jfr- r- -at - jr.; ' ! k li ' ' c I i l) " ,. i -U vU fWTf -':-- smgBm?mf.iem -wy-. ... r-.y..3CTr'' i.rjy.afflj r'Aiiyj Vffj" J I HJJ,.7.m. .'"V 77e Rooting Sentinel. CKING j fpif jpaniiitqi pbscbiptiox - - si.50 rr.ii ibak la- &EWIS GREEN, '--, Editob & Pkopwstoe. .r-OulnesiCards, five lloes;or less, per an ' Simple announcementofroarrlagesand eaths. and church and benevolent socl y notices Inserted free. Anynddition to bituarv notices will be chanted n e cents ce extra ' L0AW, OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH ,101887. VOLUME 45 NUMBER 47. TERMS $1 50 :wM. ,-w? .wtsca .Tvxg.?c-etJ&irm rrxr-tVT-grTg7I7yTTTiVP' i.l.7it w., mi dJ, ar.i ftt of nr r q OENTINEL. 'I if" j, i I: 4 3 J , Or 0. 0- Farquhar, HYSIGIAH AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURES Deformities, Stiff Joints, Tnr Kjysls, Lung Diseases, Asthma, Broncliltis and Consumption (In lis Incipient stage,) 2llt, HheumaUsm.LlverCompUlnt. Dys- Sepsia, St. Vitus' Dance, Fits, Kidney and lood Diseases, Catarrh, Head Ache...

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. — 10 March 1887

l-BTs - -t t M is. -5. r W raVa.A'.'.--v-t.-y.T,i,yW C3r & j 1 t!- 3-r- il tmim 4 &EW1S GREEN, Editor & PnorniirroR. TERMS $150 T7 jArTt!? vvj(''La.rre- .c SvKv?jcvVAvVj3w; fiTVa. -i!",, a '' ZT.V"Vr Ihursday. March 10, 1SS7 FOR GOVERNOR, ALIM fit WHAN. "We present on the outside of this Issue the very able charge of Judge Friesuer in tha slack case, irjed last week in court. The legal ppiu's given are not only important to the parlies directly interested, but valuable and in structive to the public in (he declaration of the relative rights of citizens. The net repealing tho 1-st rem nant of the so called "black laws'' has passed both branches of the Legislature, and now whites and blacks can inter-marry. .Nothing has been gained by this set, and opens the war t0 degenerate the race. The Texas Legiblaturo has adopt ed a resolution to submit a prohib itory amendment to the people, and the day on which tho votes will be cast is the first Thursday in August. The G alveston ...

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 March 1887

iih i i miii -rnr T ACSasga3s-s!SaSKS- m " $ j. p P -j; 1 -w-.-aiaT:.TOff7J v V - &Ojsfcrs aim Soup, every nay. iutMiumg cumiays, at Johnny Kerstein's. ' LOCAL ITElb'. Our Ticket for the Spring Election: HstturalSas. Yes. Try Ardy Roll's stogies. Gel your bread at Slisber's. . John Shsher is the boss baker The game of marbles still goes on. Hart man can not be beaten in prices. P. Slibher's pets are the boss stogies. Fresh beer, and fine liquors al Slisber's. The best brand of flour e Harlman's. If you want produce go down lo Harlman's. The "Owh" have disbanded for the season. John E. Bucblel was in this cily'Motiday. Frank Blasius, jr., was in Co lumbus on Tuesday. If yen want ll:o best bread in town go to Slisher's. Our Farson says Harlman is the leader in groceries. l'osl master Cagg.of Starr.made us a pleasant call last Tuesday. Capt. D. A. Miller was in the city of Columbus on Monday. Mr. Arch Houston, of PL Pleasant, W. Ya., is in the city- Tho Hcck-IIocking bond gate an o...

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. — 10 March 1887

1? K.-3 li m- i n i s2 The lioMost on liccord. Robbers Take Eificcu Hundred Dollars. Monday's Ohio Slalo Journal says : The boldest and most outrag eous act of robbery ever attempt ed in Columbns was perpetrated at about midnight by five men, four of whom were masked, at the saloon and residence of P;il Collins, 355 South Third Street. The particulars ot the affair were kept quiet until nearly the hour of going to press, as it was thought that' the parties were known and they might be cap tured by making but little excite rr.ent over the matter. The bold ness of the deed was such as to be almost past belief, as it rivals the desperate acts of the most daring train robbers on record. Mr. Collins, the victim, lives at the saloon or over it with his wife. lie has been sick for a few days, and yesterday was in bed all day and at night at the time of the occurrence. He has been in the habit of keeping consider able money at the house, at least it would seem so, and the thieves evidently ...

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. — 17 March 1887

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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. — 17 March 1887

5 m "ml w l )Ife jgfcnihutl 6EWI5 GREEN, Editor Pkofrustor. TERMS $150 2hursday. March 17, cW FOR GOVERNOR, ibn n. numi Allan OL Tharman. Somo weeks ago we gave at length our reasons why the Dcm ocratic party of Ohio should nom inale'and elect Allen G. Thur man as Governor. The cordial endorsement, as shown by repro ductions published in auolhei column,5ven to that suggestion by the people and the press oi the State, convinces as of Iho wis dom of onr suggestion. The Cincinnati Enquirer, whi Ji has not been suppose! to be very friendly, in a personal way, says that 4the Sestinel proposes a sure winner by naming Judge Thurman for the nomination. " That Judge Thurman would be a sure winner goes with the say ingi And why shouldn't ho bo a 'euro winner before an intelligent people! He is the greatest of .living American Statesmen. This is conceded by all men of all parties capable of forming an intelligent judgment. Why wouldn't .Ohio be glad to elect the foremost statesman cf the Ninet...

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