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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 February 1889

V THE HOCKING- SHNTIItSrEL, February 789- ,JV..'--M .'suj- t' 'ut l.mv"Gxrr!r?o'zm?:'ari,m - Mvj"wgEraT'i r-tL'-re .'- P'ftWliTT' mjenTJ-uz v.1 ;-W5r rjffi'Mt "-..,Li.j',atjgss .."l.T,f.-.Stt ' I ht i FEEDING A BIG CITY. Inhere the Meats and Vegetables Consumed in Kew York Gome From. Tho business of producing and. providing food for mankind fur nishes atlivelihood to a majority of Ihe race. Generals in com mand of armies of 20,000 or 60 -000 men havebeen brought to ignominious defeat and flight for the lack of power to supply them wilh food: and yet a population of two and ono half million people in and around New York is supplied wilh food everyday and for every meal from all parts of the world. Ten thousand head of- cattle aro slaughtered every week to provide New York with beef, and that is not more than one half the beof that is con 8timed there. Some of the beef comes in on foot ; the rest in re frigerator cars from the west Swine are Drought in dressed, but sheep are all kille...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 February 1889

sr The SENntfEL ENTINEL, LEWIS Q-BEBIT, ?. EDITOR AXD PEOPRlETOlic' I LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDAL FEBRUAM Id, 1889. III. TERMS $1.50 Ifi. x pi. T BE BOCK1KG SKNT1NE! .1 riM -- U T7TT fch. I i', ""- $uo . 1 TLTTT1 f-f i if VC I rSJ C t LJ 1, ?rBusliiessCams,fivc lint or loss per IS J JL-J JIL- JUL mP - -Jl JQ .JL- JL -1 Hamd? 'U .SS Tr ..i oi..,.,i..-,.,f,r.nnrpmentor mfirriDKes - ' I and deaths and church nnd benevolent H Ir .oeletlcs .userted free. Any addition to TTHT TT1T yj'7 I i. i,rnntippvirlllhochiirgpdfivcccnt5 VI Jill J 1 L '1 . is : k li fir ft 1- . Li 1 V ? r. r r . II J 1. 1 T I' f. i ) J r 4 . a. ,r iwr 11 .lo - '1' MrM.nM0cn" - - - ....., I - . 1 i': " SHERIFF'S SALE. fflW B M" -TNl ES " Has just commenced a great fl " K I that win stir up every dealer in t ae Valley and cause general re 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 for Clothing shown ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 February 1889

r TI-IEJ HOCKING- SENTINEL, February 14, '8. sse: -.--, v....H.W.t-.--j..-.i.-- ir'.,' ' i'l Tl i-T--- -"' ,.'u-"as-;jr 1" Ul I ' III - '-'w , xsn aTjIIi. as: rezrjcz2 t THB Se-NTIFSEL. EDITOR. XnD rKOPUlETOK? F 2ERMS 1 1 ma,.i .mjLa.-Jggajaow Thursday, Fed. U 18S9 Think of a Democrat icjidmir ixl ration goinj: out with nearly 40.003 Republicans in office un ler it ! It will not lake long to count the Democrats in office at the cIobo of Harrison's term. The following bill lias passed t!io Legislature and is now a law : -, T"TJiat when in tlie judgment ol .any board of education it will be for the advantage of the children residing in "any school dislrictju hold literary sociees, school ex hibitions or tinging schools, and religions exercises, Ihe board oi education shall, updn the appli cation of the siib-dTstrict direc tors, authorize the opening of such school bouses for such pur poses.'' The proposed advance in tne duly ou cotton ties, hoops for petroleum barrels, and baling 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. — 14 February 1889

m -TO aT- yyc"ff jBVfS?t'a'' -a V" 15C '(??- if ' - . t -r THE HOOKING- SENTINEL, February 14, 589- J1ij!jiJtiVjJ, ,i.,p-; i'7raKTrcvR.-.ivvy4v,UL,k.-asdL3Liara! ecwsotbeskees xtviii,r,iixizuLsimiLJU.ii2!i-ttiririr-: . ay. ; r .".z.wz-. .'-j.-'-'-M-'UTrj-jyw ? x-J u. j.w .?- i i n uri- 1 .'I -JUH?r iSKsew fc I Lit IS" k EST k- 5 ? j i V It Local Items. BonoTan-Artistic Tuilor, Mr. Lafe Warner is opeii'ina his cew business room on Main street, with a Jarge and splendid stoet of Harness, Saddles, Bridles and everything con nected with the saddlery business. He will be ready to exhibit his new goods within a few days, and will advise'tho peoplo through tho columns of the Sestixel. COUET. NEW ADVERTISEMENT. Valetititie lo day. Easier falls upon the 21sl of April this year. L sf s and sus.tr season will soon be here. Very liille grain is coming into litis market. Born to Mr. and Mr?. Oppl. Duplcr on Friday last, a son. Will Logan do much in tl e building line this summer? Our roads are b...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 February 1889

.THE HOOKING- STSMTIjSTEL, February 14, '89- n-rosTari.i.j.jy. .g van.-. -n.ta.i'H'..). u.:-irf.: '.-'A. -i v. aWUT -,u , f. .A. fflSSg perwrr77-? l- jji .. . m xv-fcum . www.i -.-; ys y?;y JJ r. r i N aaSJB&Wi '&- l-tmSS j A?.rBd-.'j.-i-r j'v tf fe.wyrftf-;;ggfigr'T Jrtjftpy--r il'w Wi'aWMaBTiTiT i Til ir tKPHOVED PUNCTUATION. fnlntj In "T!ilr.i Ollur I.tiiiioaircit Art Mtprrlur Our. It b strange thnt while persistent effort Lave bten made for re trs to reform tho arjellinjr of our language, no one lias thought it worth tho vhile to call atten tion to ."-onic points of o:iry-tcinof punctu ation. Tho mark of in-jniry and of cur jiriso oouU bo ussd much more effectively it they woie to bo put at the beginning as tre'l as al the oud of a question or an ex clamation. They are both so usod in Snan fali, only the inari, iil-cn put at tho bcghi ldng of tho tcntcace, is inverted. 1 ho advantage of this um is plain. Tho reader needs to knov at tho nutset tho character ' the sentence...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 February 1889

oJ.sSSftsstn .VKN lVt ..-"?. 'O tJi?l ,&-ll J"! -... .,TF-?pr"--i --- tfv,ji .'iM-i-m g.'' w.v'MitMrjBJyajftr;-,.-au w- ss jvir; aprr-.tt.Tj ,a ji '-,'"-""-' '--' i"MiTl -""' -'- s i-i25S2 k -"SV ft .1 - I: j I I-' I 1UE UCIKISG SKMTSKL. SuBScnirriox. $U0 e3r3usli.eMCrd.flve lUii orlcfter Use- Simple announcement of marricgek and deaths ud church and benevolent ooletics -Ulrica free. Any Wn obituary notlctswlllho cliaigd neccntR atrarcrlli.e. Has just commenced a great that will stir up every dealer in the Valley and cause general re 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 for Clothing shbwn by certain self-styled bargain houses in this Valley. All we ask of you Is that you come and examine thej goods we are offering; take a Suit along to some other house, if youl wish, and compare it with what! they will show you at the same price. The result will be r...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 February 1889

: S HE HO CUING- SNTINJTTL, February 21, ?S9. L Jrn .V...E.. T-frr-7?-..s.y',-,tt.arJl ...r...T.-Hc am'iMTBrf -ttt: .'; -tAiaKJjMA' r, ..yyu.- SE ZX3EH33! o&" v l$ m nr - - r r It i I I pmim.'ji'ii .wm-'- -i-m The "Sesttihel. -:o:- EDlTOIlANUl'UOl'mi-rrORf 1 s'CX 7hursday Feh 21. 1SS9. Tho United Stales Court in session at Coliunbiis-, on Ihc 18lh, granted another, iviil of attach ment 0:1 (he property of the Ohio Western coal ami iron company, now in possession of the sheriff ol Alliens county. The writ is issned on a claim of the Chicago storage company, amounting to $75,003. The Mormons have been rout ed iii. one of the strongholds. The entire Gentile municipal ticket was elected at Oden, Utah, last week, and there is general re joicing amons UieGenlilea in tho Territorv. The carelessness of the Senate in passing private pension bills was placed in a strong Tight by a veto message of a bill on the ground tiiat "a bill precisely the same in terms was approved July 8, 1SS&V...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 February 1889

7??l!!!&g?Sfe THE HOCKING S KIsTTIISTEL, February 21, 'S9- wry m i iy.' nsasss ' 'I .LT-. im - i"i.-,r:;s.vg.;n.!5,:r'iw;.'.i'j ' vJ.M'-Jl.W.Ai..MV.1 I'.'U ' v; r? 't -' r'IMy 'FCfjl&KVSiam&q!ets, nr lfcvtgojKMjt''-JMJ.K .'l... 1 ii., . 1 , . f t M si. 1 E ip- XjOCS.1 ItBiSlS. I niss your sale bills to I his of- -JSn,ln'eo, if you want ilium done ueai, mmmcm "!Vv, SSgfc aUj tV s? Donovan Artistic Tailor. Brine vour Job Work to tho -"5 - Sextinel. .7.'' Will Keynes spent "Sunday iu Columbus. Dr. 0. F. Aplin, of Carbon Ilill, was in town Tuesday. There is no Iroltoni To the side filreels in this city, only when they are frozen up. The lecture to be given at the Presbyterian Church on Friday, Feb. 22nd, has been postponed. Jlr. T. R. Walburn was in Shaw nee on Tuesday and Wednesday on business. Miss Essie Finney, who is leaching school at Carbon Uill, was homo Sunday. John Slisher has been on tho sick list for some days, but is now recovering. T4io changeable weather is fru...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 February 1889

mrnmm,-! r ft? yag-cnv- -... J- j." & Z ' - f i zasz THE I-IOOKIlsTG- SENTINEL, February 21, '89. CBS TCTs ;m ! ." i-iynnjra -j- !.". -e.'1. v , rrvn-''TOr'i"rrwT-: wi,mJ''.wx.u;.i.miii "" k Eksiric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so pojiular as to need no fpeeia! mention. All who have used Electric Billers einx the ?ama soup: of praise. A purer medicine does not exist mid it. is gnrnnlecd to do all thai is claimed. Electiic Bitters will cure all diseases of Hie liver and kidneys, will remove pini pies, boils, salt rheum and ol her affections caused by impure blood. Will drive Maluila from the system and prevent as well :is cnre all Malarial fevers. For cure or headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bit ten?. Entire satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded. Trice 30 cents and $1 per bottle at F. Harrington's drug store. An Unpardonable Offense. uWhal8 tho mailer between you and Julini'ii ?" ho queried, as they dropped oil the car. '01i, wo don'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. — 28 February 1889

w1Jum '"" f --.-- ,, ""-y - -JZ" '-vTm xt :, t.'-i-tv. rt.--vts sssrncsizn: UMBKb&aj: rTOCTr.-raz&Wr.-v.-.r.... ..ari.lViE 1nAWM-frtii..cAjay7yiM vY.'.-ia "wf 3rn'nrr:r'-,.'TJlnfej',a-i.1 a:;v.ii.,..i,yJ j tia- t' J Ik It L$ I. -v 3 ! r 'JliE UClltlXG SENTINEL Sl'bscI-.iptioK. $1.50 C3- Business Ctrils, live IUks or lew. per an mi in SK.GD x C-Slaiyla announcement of liinrrlaucs and deatUsauJ chuicli antl benevolent Korleties .usertcd free. Any mMitloii to obltuiry notices will Ife cUarscilfivu cents os trainer tin c. ' -SKEW" AT) VFR1 ISEAJ ENT. fr evrtT Charles lose, The Leader ft- ' irv HOP PC Ufii'P CHARLES ROiSll, The Lender in Shirts.' CHARLES ROSE, The leader in Tailoring. (D&arieS KOSe, The Leader in Children's Suits. HASHES HOSE, The Leader in Trunks' and Valises, CHARLES ROSE,1 T,ader in Collars and ChAS-LES ROSE, The Leader in Underwear. CHARLES ROSE, Te0ldcr in Fdl Dl'03b' Only Sellable Goods sold at CHAS. ROSE'S ' " Z & EME1IBER, STMCTLY ONE PRICE. D '" ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 February 1889

JA 'ZeT' &" LJt k I J A f iHWiilMfl The Sentinel. -to-.' I.BWIS C3-S.EE3ST, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TEIvMS $1.50 Thursday, Feb. 28th, 1889. As to Salaries. A eoml!on was introduced- in Vie Council Tuesday cveniuz to in eroase the salary of night watchman Tom Slayea. The resolution was promptly laid on the table. So fin as we are ab'e tn learn JUr. jMayes rarfes au excellent officer. Ho is faithful and fearloss in lho dis -J Large of his duly nddussalary is not in the nature of a bonanza. Sun ly morning Bo discovered a fire-in Kirs'ein's grocery, and by his promp'uess saved (ho building. It should he said to his cicdit that he einelled burning wood lonj before locating the fire. The Council probably thought. i:t considering the question of an increase of sal ary, that it -wis not called upon to pay premiums on lho commendable acts of an officer. Granting this to te true, the people cannot forget that while the Council was paying double tho amount of salary receiv ed by Mr. Mayes, ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 February 1889

wA ?- j Ti-i -jMfVLvgsfar-tjtaM3! H vfertn?; . wCJlB-Si- V- "i evnn1 - - sxm-samm Wr "113 ? - ;&& jRaSM 11- 3- Ik I l H L T& ii & I - P IS r-frtoaxtm- Local Items. DonoTan Artistic Tailor. Mtss Maggie Case has returned from a visit to Columbus. Harry Brown lias returned irnm Ihe slateof Washington. Rev. D. R Moore has been 'qiiite.iil the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Wad Gage have returned from their wedding lour. John S. Snyder, of Lancaster, the well known maker of wine, was iu the city Wednesday. Lou Cook, of Columbus, is vis iting Ins grandmother, Mrs. Oak ley. Case. George Beck has so far recov ered from his recent illness as lo be.oul again. Miss Minnie Allen is the guest of Miss Maggio Wymun, at Lan 8ter-thU weelc. Sunday wa the coldest day of lb season, the thermometer boiug down to rero. Tommy, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Keller died at the Jioi.e of his parents in Gibisnn ville, Tuesday morning. Dr. David Miller, a graduate of the Jeffera' Medical Instit...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 February 1889

-" 135? "" WM . ?5?t 1 V , ET. vtr- -t.-v.?:?- i yfcji "v-. -"l v h .... r; ,. .Abo f& y-s i In ir If ; k P I ir i- f f 45r .V- 1.Jt ? t 'SSsrfmsm. t g . The rUMiJiciiy 'oFilie luns m- ..:.. . ,.7. ???';: -V' sooiiidu dime menes. ... . .....- s .-... i" Mhc unman iceieioncoii:iioi L.... K. Onfl ri(twVfliAnnc s TTO IJlilll .iuu 'J.31I1I1.I as.ns.-. 5iasi .Tfivj. uimrnnrViYi!-ris one fonilh of aH" inch in lenstIF; of hole, about iineiniles. ml. two thirds -of nipinf of feC -jaswiHr is en haled anil exhaled at WX . acli oream oi onunary respna lion. 'Tire weight nf Hie heart i from I oittht In Ivolve ounces It boats 100003 times in twenty four Jjonrs. Tho s'cin contains more thin Z.OW.ooo openinirs'whii-h nrihi - ml!els of an equal number of sweat piano's? An amount of blond equal to the wlinle quantity in tho body passes th.ougli the be.ut once every minute. The stomach daily produces nine pounds of gasiiic juice for digestion' of food ; its capacity is nSiuit five pints. A mautbr...

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 March 1889

ZZi&W . . .- S7? '--:.'.- K?EEr2CS59!rarL . n am 1 ljk "Qjamr j'ii-- n "-- - e j -: " hwmw- i ... Ti ',y, ' y -- . - - J . - , - -,-- -.- -t-J-i Ji - t , - w -ST-?i-t ?riri?r'r"jr-c "-- - "v .aT3-&!a U.T' ., -MB i Ss kbfe - WL X IS If f 1 a. 'jet 'AT ir M k? 10 . 1 11 E liCtKlKG SENTIKEL- Svbscriptips. $150 B3-usIie-U.irils. Hvo Hui orlcfcspci nnii nm $s.00 or Simple auiifiuucomentof marriages ana deafa6nnd church mid benevolent feoc'.etles .nsrrted freo. Any addition to The- Hocking Sentinel, " ' ' - " ' i feoc'.etles -nsrrted freo. Any aauuion w x-rr.-r fTIIT kH ' obUiury notice will be charged five cents V I J I. II 1VM 4 . s travertine. 1 "e -' " - a ' LOGAN. OHIO, THTJESMTL MABOH 7, 1889. DUMBER 17, l 'T",-'- -- tt--r m f l'j The Sentdjel; :o:- LEWIS Q-BEEJT BDIT0U ASI PROPRIETORS- " TERMS t,b-r SEW ADVERTISEMENT.-- av: Spring (Hits tee, Charles Rose, Tlie Leader in Hats.. The Leader in Stylish Clothing. . '. ' CMnBS R0S8, The Leader in Neck Wear. - CHARLES ROSE, The Le...

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 March 1889

Itf r I c h j. EV V "M If i -"x ify-: W.- Esszossacse mi" i .,."'. ;rAi. iii 'vgaafczjcsaesi The Sentinel. THE' HO CITING- SJB3STTI3STE, March 7, '89. , A..g-..M.i--a.iiv.'iu-as ia5s-- A XDITOKAKDPKOPRIETOB, k f - .TERMS' - $1.50 t t in " s A 1 r r f f y - 'ETOI Tiie DIrpet- Tax Refund ing Bill Killed. Li the Lost Hours of His Term - IIIB XXCiiiUtxit vciuca in iAUOUEATEO. THE jNTEW ADMTNISTEA TION STARTS OFF. r.r'" -":3ClcJcf! ?r HccMng and Ohio's Conquest in fnrn It. Our nsnnla will not fail at this a .. time to recall the incidents which accom- PEESIDE1TT HARBISON'S rsrAxreTjRAL. Thusspy, AliEcn 7th, 1889. TheDhs-tTaxJob. TSi'PrcsHlehton 3a! unlay vetoed the inrect.tasLlll, ami gives cogent reasons for fin doing iu the strong raesaaae'hcMiit to t lie scimte. Nor only -constitutional consideration--were Hgainst the bill, hut it uastin denl-ibly iho opening door for a cur nival ol war chinis that would have run into an abnso like the i n-ion system has become. The cotton tux people ...

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 March 1889

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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 March 1889

I- '- -i' --j 'm&mm v THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, March 7, '89 rasamsa,Y&iMWAt!:isx- ,jfTTr r -.- - - j, , -- t ncr:s. .? r I m- i r Its It A k r - & g - ! k. i re U' i '4 tf mm i ,"it..m.M. '' - -tJfewtersajLAS&'.r jr.T?Tviaaiav - Dressmakers are of necessiiy people of much bias. The Anna Conda is not neces sarily a female snake. Drop a dollar in the chanty tlot and pull oul a hles-sing. Aikansasis practically an un explored land. Its resources are many. When is a gill like a mirror When she is. a good looking (u) fuss. Five new States will mean new geograplxies. A Heading, Pa., hotel ad vertises "a grand sauer-kraut lunch, by request." -Cil: Tiatlinpr's latest inven tion is a police gun or street piece for use in riots. A gifted clairvoyant in Pittsburg "brings lovers to gether and also cures corns." The Bank of England build ing, Xondbn, covers 8 acres and employs 1,000 persons. Gen. Sherman says that "ex-Confederates should be Admitted to Soldiers' Homes. "Prohibition...

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 March 1889

BBBSNBL'-JiX. gaaacsKgsaESSBvTTTrym ... , . ' m .-r -- .V.rerreCTT?'.v...-irTOre m i.ihibi. m J$ Mgsgsasttragany.g'giiff -""" - . , , . ; .. . ...... -.', a W fir $ '0 ', THE HOCKING SENTINEL SUB3CIlII'TIttN. $1.50 i-Buslnob8Curas.ave,lliirt orlwaspcr pun u in SS.fiU cjt Simple fiunouncament of marriage. and deaths nud church and benevolent societies .iisi-ited free. Any addition to obituary notice will be chars,'l five cents 1 extra iwrllr.e. -SBW ADVERUSEilENT. vm Charles Ro 'Suj The Leader CO res' a a j2 ffi& uiidiiuu flouo, S"i3 a lib CHARLES FlOM'Jj The Leader in Shirts. CHARLES ROSE, The leader in Tailoring. CharleS H08e, The Leader in Children's Suits. . G AKLBS HOSS, The -O.J CH AKLB3 BOSB, Tii eadcr in CoIlars alld UllliS. ChASLES HOSE, The Leader in Underwear. CHABLES B08E, Leatlcr in FllU Dress b loves, Only Sellable Goods R15MEMBER, STRICTLY ONE PEICE. l i READ yojwlIit llfcltlac, notcfttltr irbttjoarvCKO1) ToorcTci nspd tflp. Vnar 6ht ri lo ir- rjv.i ttd rj'M4 If pr...

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 March 1889

SgjgeavaaaBBgBgtegSEga , : tf-wtffK-" ' iXj-i fesr i-,- ,.. r fyy",j-tfifT"-i J 4VV 3 f 'M k ft- r t MPMr--.T-a rg8yqagWBfSgMlia The Sentinel. EDITOR AND FR0PR1ET0R. tf HUBSPAY, Makch 14th, 1889 The Predicted Condition. President Cleveland paid in hie sensational fnessrtce on the tun II' and treasuro surplus thai it was n condition, not a theory, that confronted us. The- presidential campaign was ftumhl on that is sue. The Democracy contended for avoiding a congested treasury by ceasing to take money from the public through unnecessary taxation by means of oppressive and unfairly discriminating" .tar--fff. The Republicans denied that the tariff is a lax, proclaimed thai "protection means prosper ity'" and insisted that '-a home market is good enough for Am ericans." The high tariff policy prevailed thro ogli the peculiari ty of our method of (Heeling a president 6y states instead of by Ihe people and the condition oi wliich we are warned is upon u?. Alonopolies multiply, mortgages o...

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 March 1889

Ca "- 'TW15 '& "lf1 s isv- l -jfaa.ygajgsgsgr-w- 553?. 3$2 TVi.n.t .. , - --sr. . " , . . " i r nrr- ? -4f-sa ? V tr I "A Uft..'VU. PV W-M -t lTTBttn- Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Soap Company stock is in the sudF. ' 0. W. H. Wright was in Lan caster several days this week. Mr. Will Sierrelt is laid up with fever but is said to be impiovinp. Amos Parker has pnt a elate roof on his residence. Hon. &etr- Weldy spent several dys in Columbus this week. Chns. Rose, esq., is still the post master at Logan.. Ed. R. Gets, of Lancaster, was hero Saturday. Bob Work, of Marietta, was in the city yesterday. J,. J. Blirgees has removed his family to Columbus. .Ice Bragg, of Columbus, is in the city. . - Blanche AmbrnBO and Fanny Bowen have returned from Lan caster. Miss Clara Schleckman is the guest of Miss Willie Bopo, in Fair field county. Liquid soap' can be transported in jugs. "The dcils in the jug a' ihe time." Josie Rochester also has Bome valuable now regarding liquid so...

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