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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 January 1889

ejyr-g-asgpfe "Ty ; Gr SENTINEL. January 3, '89. tee: gfft Jff.lA.v.Lk..Miy..m. itsjis, J I .! ',.y.VVJl!iahT.K, B ?. Starved to Death. 'A Swast Irish Bats Dies of Hunger la Its Mother's Anns Oa a the Anniversary "f the Infant Jesns' iJlrlh-t-Expires In Siabt of Gotham's Cortly Chuiflies and "Wall Street's litch Banks Sail Corumeutarv Ou ou. Amcri- titfclvlllKatlou. New Yokk, Dec. SC Early estorday, Christmas niorniiiji, Mrs. Annie Kelly, twenty-two years old, walked into (he Chutvh street, police station, and handed sker babe', born a mouth n;o t & tlie officer in charge, savins calm 3y, 'at is Mead." The baby bad ?J:.i .r . .... - .- !.. :.. .!... ynicu in eAJOMJie to uimi us m. ytloorway of a Washington street t tenement hoase, where the par- p!nls had crept for shelter, bavin? fe, tin linmo Tho vnnnir TTIiilllPr fcT aWW. -.SW JWU.D -w. -- I had wrapped her shawl, the only covering she bad, around the jhild, but it grew colder and cold er, and died in her arms. The father, Jo...

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 January 1889

smm -"J - . j-. t -- 7 - . H j -i- 5?ifJ;', ..&-. The Sentinel.. REBOOKING SENTINEL. OCKING ENTINEL $ Subscription. $1 50 &tt - 'o:- iTB-Business Cards, five Huts or less per an n nm SfL60 y Simple announcement of marriages KDITOn AND PBOPBIETOB. and deaths and church and benevolent LOGAN. OHIO, THUKSDAI. JANUARY 10, 1889. "t.-1! VOLUMI'47. 39, societies inserted free. Any addition to Obituary notices will be charged fi cents TERMS : $1.50 extra. I I ?!T r S 1 fc3 M ' T b iZP IrHl ii s Jn . Ml fo'v . IT Ite. - Kip !Mfe LVS.- - rt' h,?S i V ' tr ID KS rjt fcj- 'jr V ,'1 "S. f . P J Oh ! My Nose ! A. Newton's Catarrh Cure. Of tho Season ! W& s 3 '.ivy .'i- l have discovered whut I claim to bean liif.illible Remedy for tnccureof Hint of fensive mill disagreeable uisease.UATAKKii mid all f ask is to give tlili remedy a, trial and be convluced tliat what Isay is true. A cure Is guaranteed In ever- case, If used according to directions, or money refund ed. 11.00 tier bottle- S...

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 January 1889

"'"JS "5-r- fZ - THE HOCKIIsra SENTINEL, January 10, '80- P3 ...siJTV)ijujBj.j-.wviw wuL.uujnynTn'wiriv.lu.w 7?"!j3 'Sv fcS? I-. 12 rC I- fe F" fc 42s A w Ix W ." t-& I V r$tf !! . CS '- - " ' V 'mmmmmwmm . -3 The Sentinel. -:o:- Ij3-riS QEEEIT, lditou and pnorniEroK. terms $i.ro Thursday Jaiu iO,18S9. That Start cii Itaiiv. "Ast week we niiblis!iti a no- lice fiom the current telegrams that a baby had died of neglerl nnd starvation in thecitv of New York. We publish elsewhere, and by especial request, an arliclo from 1 he New York World, attempting to exonorate the munificent and magnificent charities of thai great metropolis. But the fact stands that the xhy died of starvation. V nld not, in these holiday times: complaint, but the slarva- metk a bahy rings nil alarm and liW startles-every man, and giveovery woman in this every bo time thPipled covering np by being ler of the World of a order,f upon civilization, is ed of paid matter, madoaby starved to death in oiy York City I...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 January 1889

v t? -. I-,,'!.. f P.vi S THE HOCKING- STCNTXJSTELi, January iO, 589- ft v h?5 jBisssmrattr-wa: Iran-raters J "": $r &... !?- &Zi v B I: IK. Iiy IS US It s I N-. r Id1 & B Ph i l? -. I5K- & & - r it t i-i L' i.-" fss-si iei; Don't Sxpsrincnt Ton cannot afford to waste lime in experimenting when your lungs are in danger. Consump tion always srems at first only a cold. Do not permit any dealer io impose upon you with some rheap imitation of Dr. King's New Discovery fur Consumption, Coughs and Colds but be sure you get the genuine. Because he can make more profit lie may tell yon he has something jufI as good or just the same. Don't be deceived, but insist upon getting Dr. King's new Discovery, which Js guaranteed to give relief in all throat, chest or lung affections. Trial bottles free at F. Harring ton's drng store. Large size $1. Carbon Hill. The past week lias been onn of merry making, happy thoughts and high anticipations, presents given, presents received, an...

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 January 1889

.''?''k!.-;fl X TI-IS HOCKING- SENTINEL January lO, '89. ??. t- - sSC-"! I'nitf tJ-''."i-JJi',L1 ll'i'i'lT"'-"--'" r-sy v - r - v i f i f l VL - fit fe- Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. wwTiri-J Altn-i TrTiFnnft Mairied on the 30lh, at Ue iierisaDy wasueaa iw . residence of the bride's parents Albert Mirhie lias retired from serviceSwith the Motherwell's. Deputy Clerk Robinson has re turned to his home in Salt".reek. Theodore Robish has bid adieu to Logan handicappers. and gone to Cincinnati. There is a mad dog scare in Marion. It is reported that three dogs are known lojbe mad. School resumed on last Mon day. The children and every body are glad. Conductor Rnfe Snively has retired from the road and gone lo California. Charley Barker has gone to P irtsmonlh to take editorial charge of the Times. Jtrat Canlv. the popular snstir- -ance ftgent, wauls to buy a house in Logan. Governor General Mandus Ite Tier, of West Virginia, was a vis itor in our city last week. Representative Bu...

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 January 1889

K P-arsr-v atj ""' "EC; .33s;:--is fc-. tk . f- ' f V t. " "j-1 :ii xtaxj: zar; HOCKLNG SDB3CKIPTIOX. SENTINEL. .... $1.50 The - Sentinel OCKING ENTINEL KB Business Cards, flve Hues or less perl n annntn gfi6o LEWIS GS-ItBET, EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR. tf" Simple announcement of marriages' nil deaths mid churcli and benevolent J- "ocletlos .nWtcd free. Any nuditlon to TT"YT TT1T H obituary notices nlll bo charged Hoceuts V J ji 11 III iLl LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 17, 1889. 40. TERMS $1.50 nttra. a. -. r 1 : j r-: -? As El M p j 3Si - ''L-J5rVK i t IS f & " t$ IJl'S"- , el INk Greatest Mark ?g m h$ HARVEST OF DRAT -it- t (o) Down Sale on Record I-4 O: Jll g "ZTle King of all Cleazswa-ce Sales Ccrrrciences on. rarT&v iJIoriiiii. sJanuarir lum. . w.' J7 -.- . ijza jr ' And Continces for Jssst TWENTY I5AS I Our Esstre Hammotii Stoc2t will be Sold Vitfcout Reserve ! Every Bollars Worth Blast Go J An Absolute Slara-ber Sale in. Every SEepariiaserst ! kpsd by tie Terrific Stora. ...

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 January 1889

t gSPl j?-. s i 1 r -? - i- n jEgj&SS r C? r Stt tvj-vt. gfcvyr-fi.i Sgg? le? tDHE HOOfenSTG- SJfrTIIOTBL, January 17, ssasraaMxasjaacas: Lwunui..'j,iri-.' arrwwr w '.-, nlJn-Ji'-t1!,1i-" Vl1-1--'11 : joo r Cv. I I JTi3.'J!.,UMUJWni,l.lJJ-!!.a:, '- ',. nin.vj jjj,r -Tn'M-l -t!'.ilj. , ,.; J.n ,,? hUM'r"- iT.w.--ffg'3rr: msPEter:.i,.j.Mtjyi -r Th& SBNTINBL. j ;o; ' EDITOR AND rnOPUlETOH. TERMS $1.50 Thursday, Jan. 17, fSSO. Tfi& spencer case, -(o)- A Statement of the Facts, -()- JUDGE FRIESXXK'S YERD1CT. -M- Tho pleadings in this enso being Poniewhat voluminous, nnd in order to ninke tlie reasons for the conclu sions reached nt all plain, it is ticcossory I should comment at some length upon tho testimony; to save fpace, I shall but briefly slate the naturo of the caso, made by (he pleadings, setting forth more par ticularly the issues between the parties, as I proceed to the decicion. The action is brought by tho Executor of Jesse Spencer, who brings suit to recover for ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 January 1889

rr j-t X & THE MOOKIlSfO SENTINEL., January l'frf&9. JAJJJUgMJa.Ma.'JWaMttW.HMJILWlJlf Uil-uJ U "r y ; Tf lKf aJrV I'J1--i- r. JL...1 . .utr.. .nwyi..!;- im t 'P. l f' j.i W1L I ! ' J J Ijfcl J . ctJBm IflW .M.I&. -"J-Jr' i T -lir iJ'Ti'fl!'1'.T6' j : UVC Clien ll!l 43 l?t: 4ETt ijj."-.. ' m M ' VMkJf' im ;B. c W 1 Local Items.- Donovan Artistic Tailor. Ilarmison's advertisement be found n nur first P'ge. mav We cluvnie almost our cnliro spare t the alpe decision 'f Judge Prii'sftcr in the Spencer case, to which wo invite attention. Business prospects for Login Mil fair. Ws hear i.f several families romlnc to lo ohlehere and eontrnrtlng lor dwellings, ncd but few lanillles leaving. Tlie Queen City Is on a "Uooni" lie on the lookout. The g-icily or Col. ltenipel in bujlng properly Isapparent. Rev. Dr. Bovd Vincent will le consecrat ed ns Assistant Bishop ot the diocese, or Fouihcrii Ohio..-il St. 1 nil's Church, Sev-.-mil au'd Ilum.(- V ) Friday. January -.j Ihe.Kcstivnl ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 17 January 1889

-"V," TjS-a!... ,T '"ti-TW -' 4?-i iV - "T5,- '. trt J f y s If rV -y Lf -, TIX.il HOCKING- SENTINEL, January 17, '89. TSmXtSVTFrTPi-Kvms JLMlg-". '.- AXCT'W,v.iCTr-T's3s?-.. .a.w, A MANIAC IN THE CAB. " --j-;-J-llftir'fcl TWO OF THE KILLED. Tlirillins: Kxprrtenro or n Csfurslon on the Mi.-iiMnil.mli ViiUey Itiillrdml. An excursion party on the Shenandoah a.ley jaiiroud liail the tlirilliif-c.pcri euie roicutly of ruling !hiii 1 a locomo threat the llnottle ot u li-cu v.is a mail man. 1 he ci.tuiv.iou was to 1 eninar. on Has JJluo i iile uio.mtaii s, and ike tr.i n m:is returning w hen tue esdim-' ciiUodo oci tirrcd. ifuiisnt,outSo.lock. The hmins had been 1 ghtcd and the ira'n Mas spoe mi" nvdr the uummaiiii 1 he conductor was -.....iuiX uewsia xvii-u hj iiml the f-enrcn wnm si.n .. I i... n... . j , ----- ....... . ,,, me -ti.my-ji u uty topiuns and a M-riesof wild vl!s . 1 rota the direction of the enc-nu. "T.e conductor hurried forwari. Fu the u.ig-raj-e car be met the engineer ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 January 1889

W-t!?&Z V- - , j. P uwmt;;imi:,,-i HBI'.-m'-tUWi-., m---a-- wy ; Iff HE HOCKING SENTINEL. w F The Sentinel. ( IUB3CRIPII0N. $ltO OCKING ENTINEL f- Business Curds, five lines or Ices per l W.60 yflniplc announcement. of nmrrittires L2WIS GS-REElsr, EDITOR, AXD PROPRIETOR, "r: a --deaths and church and benevolent J ncleUes .uxprtcd free. Any addition tu'TTrT tnrr ii-y oWta-ry notices yplll be charged nveccutsl V ( J 1 , 1 I VI I A. LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDAL JANUAM 2d, 1889, NUMBER 1. xtr. j i -.. w ... . . TERMS $i.5a . - - " ! "t" . $z --,' aiM ani n iiiirnra.nr-rwMi,-. i in mi ii i i i i mi i MmwL.xncm'i;' v . . TXJTTP 1 JnL XL TBT ggjas just coiomsnced. a great & ;hat will stir up ffhe Valley and " la joicing among the people. We will sell our fine form fitting Tailor-made Clothing at prices 'which will leave no earthly chance for the poor tenement house made excuses icr Clothing shown by certain self-styled bargain houses this Valley. is that you come and examine the goods we ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 January 1889

SSUSSSavcam. .j.-4 "x" 1 :- THE HOOKHSTGr SENTINEL, January 24, '89. J I fc l - r '?:-- : The Sentinel. LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS - $1.50 rr 3be8 Vmrsiay. Jan. 24, 18S9. The Kew Judge. New Lexington Herald. Judge Slough is holding court this week, and is dipping of busi ness with jndg nr.enl and dispatch. His manners and methods meet the haar'y approval of the members of the Ear and the men on the Back Benches. The Judge is a first class l-itvycr, an honest man snd a good Democrat. We congratulate the District on having a man of Lib merit on the Beui'h. Bliawnee Banner. The new Judge bears his honors easy, and, while the ermine rests with duo dignity upon his robust form, he has fo far proven himee'f in common parlance a "'rustler,'' and business is being pushed in a manner to pleae the hurried amaz ingly. The Judge is giving grand satisfaction, for Ins prompt way ol pushing bus:Ncso. Judge SWiiigh, bo far nt least: appears to be an honest, upright, capable judge, re...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 January 1889

LA ''' JBH ' ' ' ''. '-? 5'r' "-'jjrJS ' Sg iSSriii- A &t i H-T1TW 'JW(.lHIl"J tiB a.taW-HIlH'JBeMllfcIJI lipfclglf -MltCt. . . Ml . -n. , '-'-. -- ? t4ffsP"y- - "--tTSSe'' -';'fefi' ?y ryrrt vr jo;-rA -rfcs-:.s s&zm&i?&' -I - F- " ' - - - - V - ,- v - -,f- , ; ---5U ' . THE HOCKING S It N TIN EL, January 24, '89. -T T ' " w i-J I L & :i r r s 1R Local Item?. Bs&j!iS3fi&i&&&0' Donovan Artistic Tailor. Attention i rn lied to the new advertise ment of Mrs. Bishop & Boits. Collins & Mnoie present ramr interesting reading matter, lu a new advertisement Lwhere. HarnilKon'n have a new advertisement this week, ull in nrw type. You cannot help but reud and admire It. Eieie t MeLaln present' their compli ments tn the readers of the Sentinel this ivetk in a new advertisement. The Governor has verv properly com muted the sentence of Mm. Garret, lo be hung ou the 3Uh, to imprisonment lor life. Wm. Westlake and family left this morn iiig for Washin...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 24 January 1889

ISSi -"vir e- -f - wrfp55ig?''.?ia;-4 $gs!? THE HOOKING- SENTINEL, January 24, 5S9. .t.; -- t ... " ' - ' -- - - - I Bestir . "- EL-' p- ITS ., v &.-. - Hx" - v 1 -. ? v hr-. iv , f. IS-! ti? '? r , Hydrophobia. Tt seems slrane that, in the great advancement of physical and medical science, physicians should not yet hav3 come lo some agreement upon the sub ject of hydrophobia, a malady quite rare, and yet one that has i right fill aspects. The nearest they have approached agreement is upon (he point liiat hydropho bia causes unnecessary alarm and that many deaths of alleged hj drophobia are caused by mere fright. Yet the death of young children by the bite of rabid dogs is not in favor Jof the fright the ory. At a convention of doctors in another statesome, time ago, hydrophobia was discussed. One of the doctors, appointed to in vestigate and make a special re port, boldly declared that fear of hydrophobia was worse than the bile. Pastour'sjrnelhods were scoffed at, and Pasteur ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1889

,U JJf'l , "II ' -1 .u.-a-w .ah, i UV THE 1100 K1KG SENTINEL.! The Sentinel. Sdbscuiptiox. .... . $1.50 BBuslnes Canls. flvo Unis or less per annum SO.CO fiVSlmplo annnanceincntof marriages rx :o:- &r- V JL r-j--xd and deaths nnil church nnd benevolent ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. societies .nsertod frrc. Any mlditlnn to iTT SVOLUMI 47. LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUABi 31, 1889. DUMBER 42. obltu.iry notices will be charged five cents extra. TERMS $1.50 n. i n-..) ..HO.AWWl.JJ SlklT'TSjhrT.TsJTrT rrivm Hi Pfc-i-ae J&cMsrclj JL N -tt JL.JL N Swra-fiJ ljf RT, r-. i-?. fl J fr fcr -. -,.J f r ttslim t&aii ii m aaai Has just coinmenced a great that will stir up every dealer in the Valley and cause general re joieing among the people. We will sell our fine form fitting Tailor-made Clothing at prices which will leave no earthly chance for the poor tenement house made excuses . for Clothixig shown by certain self-styled bargain houses in this Valley. All we ask of you is that you come...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1889

Hy 'THE SOCKIlSra SE3STTI3STEir January 31, '89. aaxBsssaKsassss sssBcsBsaca - ife- " i The Sentinel. -vo EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ESMS - EXERCISE ECONOMY. la tlin Expenditure of Money as piled to Knarl Balidinj,'. T- Jhursfay Jan. 1 1889. His Interests Are That "Way. The Senate of lltu West Va. ii-a'sla'tire, after 121 ballot?, or liam'zetl by the rJecji-in of a mem ber named Carr, a Green-backer, Lnbor-nuion man, as President ef the Senate. Gov. Gen. Mandus Reber, who is ronnins the Kebublican pariy of Went Virginia, in hit paper, IheCharleslou Tribune, says Una of Mr. Carr: 'Bob Cnrr wast nml la a protcei ionlt. lie Jaa protecilouist because his Interests lie In tuat direction." It is refreshing to note that Mandus is on such familiar terms with the President of the Senate that he calls him '-Bob." It is significant of West Vir ginia Republican politics for as in Ohio to learn that Bob Carr is r protectionist, because "nis in- TEBESTB HE IN THAT DIRECTION." He is not a protectionis...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1889

V Sf THE HOCKING- SUN TESTED, January 31, '89. r & vrl. "TibcalJ Items. A Donovan Artistic Tailor. Sore throat seems to be an ep- IiaihTm ? T siflron nf iftie lima IIMCIUIU .111 .UWintl . t.i.o 'nmong.Bc'Iiool -children. Read A. E. Work & Co's ndver tieement of clearance sale of Boots and Shoes. SALT CREEK. v Mr. .Frank Dowiipv, who has been" quite i'l the past week, is recovering and will soon be oul Mr. Lew McGiSi, who has been sick with Malarial fever for the past two weeks, i getting well, and it is hoped will 60011 be able to attended to bbsinesp. Rev. Crooks, of SmitlTs Chapel, was "surprised" on Tuesday even ing last, and received from his par Ixboners many tokens of thvir re gard. Mr. Willfain riyne has sold his dwelling house on Front st. to Col. Itempel, lakinc in part payment two lots in Furnace Town, above Tipton's store, on one of which he will build a shop for his own nse. The proposed bounty of$l lo dentists for every tooth pulled, would make our home dentistr...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 31 January 1889

A THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, January 31, '89. Lt Nr & v K- i Ic p & t SAMOA. A. Decsription of the Islands and Manners and Customs of the Natives. The Samoan or Navigators' Is lands are located in iheSnull Pacific Ocean, between latitude is0 30w and 14 30wfonlli and longitudes 16S and 173 west They are in Hie line of commer ial travel between North Anier rca and Australia and New Zeal and. Tim population is alum' 36X00. There are four principal Wands and five smaller ones The aiea is about 1,650 sqnar. miles and the trade, which i ?mall, has been and is contiolKtd by Germans, and consists chieflv of copra, which is shipped exlen sively to Europe. The island have been governed by a Kinj nd a National LsHatnre. Tin Legislature wascompelled tofiiu any member 100 who appeared hi the sessions in a stale of na ture. In 1872 a civil war raged on VI e-islands which was caused b ffie proclamation of ayounjichiel lobe E.ing without the consent l the separate districts, as was lha custom. ...

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 February 1889

vm&wmKi "-FTa" & t 'Stev- y-t.t !-n.k h,-,i,t i , a a- lixif -..:vi -. i..Ln?L'E'u-'y i-'.tfaTswTPsggg.Mww-1 .aaaa rfl,.m MhaWW.W' 1BWiWKtMa!MIWMg5ggBgiaiEg3SSagS gErerasjui'TMaWTnirriJiiigBac f THE IIOl'IviXG SEXTJKEL. SvBScnirxiox. $1.50 PTF The Sentinel i XI & Cr Business, Cards, five lines or less per annum Sfi.GO ocbliuplo antinnnccinent of marriages aud deaths and cliurrh anil benevolent societies .useited free. Any addition to obituary noticed will be charged five cents istra. v EDITOR -VXD PEOPIUETOK? ' LOGAN, OHIO, THDKSDAL FEBRUARY 7, 1889. V0LUM1 47. NUMBER 43. I'EitJIS $1.50 PBS5-p swte 3&S&MJESSg2SmBBm '.MBwHLfe.'j " ? f3Ai -' "- Jr - -aaaH W i'iTiii , i i i II I I iMM'Tfrn-nTiTfiirtf-.. ,11. ,-. teST '" ' ' .' ' .'. -, ' isr w ra bi . TTn 14 rvm TAin TTTrT-rBnTTTnr 9o Vkxx S g M 0 Kk H I $v B H ' "BT a ts". I &. 8 13 H B Nk 9 KH R S 3l- r j Sn IIJ 1 ::; f; i -n-li- fcv M axg? F3BHHB& I illlifef Sill! Lgsaisa ijiii hi l?'5,l wl3 law S rt t&am...

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 1889

s m IS HOOKING SENTINEL, February 7, '89. ji. a. iISX.s3C3CSGS5S3aSS2i: Tri.'fyagsggKBasrsE lAlui&332: U1.& f'-vV'rtiVi-'1 T-iy. jtvaa.'y.ggBs yt Is IL v I? K The Sentinel. i'HORFJBLE DETAILS TT-'T,,iV.,MT.lS il villi! llJi iiJiiiliirJ up by hying niisslca, while in :o: EDITOR ASU WtOWtlEfOKf TERMS $1.50 Ihursday, Feh 7ih, 1880. TEE -COURTS Citcuil Court convened (his morning,, with Judges Cln.k , R-issell a id CherrinRlon on ihe bench. Tliero are four cases on the docket, two of appeal ;md two in error. The case of Sarah J. Hedges vs J din Gallagher, Sheriff, is el for Friday. In this case 23 witnesses have been summoned. Tne Court will probably be in session two Jays. Common Pleas Coin I convenes next .Monday, the 11th. ' d!y cu! i c dead m.ui's blood ilowc.I In rivulets to Of the Boiler Explosion hB 'i ie ground wound m.o S .n:r. ! fiuii'll part of t!m head leniained on the b dy the lower jaw, purl of the moustache and onu ear was all. TvTO "Widows and Ten Oiplian In lnni...

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 1889

J' - - tm -.,- Tc j i r t o ' ? '-5 t. u- V i -. y t f 4. & 'V n j . 1 'V '" 11 a'gj'.iua'A'Msrt Local Items. Bon ovan- Artistic Tai I or. Our Firemen propose giving a dance at I lie rink, on the 2'2i. The thermometer was oiglit de grees above zero I his morning. We regret to announce that Mrs. Patrick Doyle died this morning. Thursday next is S(. Valen cia j's day. The Cily Council will convene on next Tuesday evening. Zara Conk celebrated his 37tb birthday, Wednesday Will Slerntt will occupy Dan Acker's cottage on Mulberry st. when it completed. The ground hog did well in re turning to his winter quarters on Saturday la6t. Airs. Jocob Sehwarz, who has ?".-. been qmte ill the last two weeks, is fjfrlmprovmg. v Ed. Price has bought from Col : Ilempcl the Slisher properly. Consideration $6000. Mis6 Jennie Green of St. .Jo sephs, is visiting friends in Lo gan this week. We noticed Hon. A. C. Sands, of Cincinnati, and Mr. Frank f. . Merrick, of Columbus, iu oar r 'city the pa&l...

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