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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 March 1889

j t4-j?T-zrr "st- 1 fF',1FBr ..- VBaaaaaaaw. " " "pA"rITiJ1nr rJaTffBTr'Wlri "i 'fl1 Mf l?irffFlfvBTrBrisMEJlSMIQlBPMfaaa affiMKaBBBBBBBaBBBTJaBBBBBBaBaaBBBBlaaBBttB! taBBBBBBBBBBaBaBBBBBBBBa'aBaaBBBBBBBBaiaBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBBaaBailir 'J J "Zt 3?"jj"CEjI S-tS S? - L' -.J -. w MrSE&TKra isss fir 'F . x - "v r ". if t-31 l.i r i1 f. ODDS AED ENDS. To remove spots from marble uk a paste of whiting aiid bonz'ne. A salted ham should be FOakcd over nisIil in plenty of soil water previous to bjihng. Fruit stains on while poods can be removed by pouring hoi line water direct iy hotn the kcttlo over the spots. Hive syrup is good for croup " inflammation of the lungs. It nuisl bo kept in a cool p'acc, for if it Bours it id very poisonous. , If you want porchea Hggs to look particularly nico, cook each egg in ji muffin ring- placed in the bjttom of a saucepan ol boiling water. For cleaning brass use a thin paste of plate powder, two tabic -spoonfuls of vinegar, four tnb'e epounfu.s of alcoho...

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 March 1889

.yv sV-v fir ' J t!?a?5&ft.. &, ,r--. ,--?j2:v- -o' - "VS-a,: ri W L". J.-!" IA.IA- r,iT.Mji;iiiiii -yy nh'.v ; .OTitre: 1 The Sekhnel. THE nOCKKOSEKTlNEL. 1 y Subscription. $1.90 ING ' j!feSi ia-Business Cards, five lln orjoler nn limn ffi.fi',; -vT8luilu announcement of marriages "nnd deathsnnd church :'iid benevolent ' EDITOR AND PnOPElETOE. societies .uscrted free. Any addition to! " ,,.rr ify obltiMry notlcekwlllbp charged fi e cents . 1 M (.(J j 4 axtrapsrlluo. I LOGAfl, OHIO, THUBSDAI. MARCH 21, 1889. jNUMBEK, 49. TEBMS $1.50 "3$ "T-P" n&gvf?'S!? "1?- Sentinel. I HE '!& zf pr- ; ?" tff nC- ill r i I' t kr v. wy V . NEW ADVEKflSEMENT. 4 .!!i. Mm T0THEWLL HENRY OE0B0E Sii v- , ??&&&. - SFwiW'W'Sir H" served For .-" x fN A '$& n ( Advertisement o r - . ' . -" V SH&. vr Vf- S -, BOOK AND JoB Call and S -s. - Pj fjr l I w READ TfflS ! ff ym Bot ? tti prist ffliilnrtSr T UT tt'rtll" la CTnln. l tlriluM tf 10 IneV jwfjrttirfti,liiiiTOJriat!Twlifct...

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 March 1889

v - r -sy,--. tw fc - ia? v t J THE HOOKING SENTINEL March Sit '9. i i ii 111 i i ' ii 111 M I 111 ii I I I ill I I ii I 1 1 I ii I I ii 'mrr"i ..lllIJHlJfc.WI I llll iB llil TfM-.w .' n , M- ..ii.. .... ..t,,... .... ,. ,.- ..... -gmivaM.;tii..'- --j--iTri-riBgTinri-r',a,-' v r-4 "'CVll i" h fr w- 1ST' " v. xC"- h ' v ' It A - e . K- v- K IB j- IS v . s ft. It ' V US. &v li tf i"-7 The Sentinel. -:oi- EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR! Thursday, Maech 21st, 1889. litters of Moonshine. Sensational Reports Regarding the Treas urer of Hocking County that are Without Foun dation. -:- Some StafementsTand Interviews That Illume the County Vaults. 1EEEEPUBHGAN IIAE STILL ALIVE -:o:- A Tetter purporting to have been written in this city and published in the Columbus Sunday Herald, an ultra Republican p.ipcr, attacks the character of Treasurer John NotSstone, and attempts to smirch the cbaracter'iof other opunl- offi cala. As it is believed that large numbers ot Shis paper have been distributed thr...

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 March 1889

- I !-.' J.--- Y- r. 1-f E JgOCJKINd- SEN iisrm March 2i, S T .1 rffJ.mwLii.Lm.M iblile MtWUlVl-reE Ut-..w-railkflSSaLSW ; "T."?,tJ1 .-;- ---" " I h j k n V. Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Miss Sadie Pond is seriously' ill. Mrs. N. Hufibrd lias been quile 6ck the past week: Miss Rose Wade 13 still quite in. SJijindMrs. Harry Brown visited in Lanca6lfirfiaSt-T?cck. Prosecuting attorney, V. C. Lowry, is in Oincinnali J his week. Treasurer Notestone and L. D. VicU'ers were in Columbus yes terday. Bliss Hat tie Reddick and Mrs. James Hardin, bf lie'sboro, are dangerously sick. Miss Reed Rarick, of Perry count v, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Angle. Misses Gertie Grier and Ida Rippey, of Lancaster, visiled Lo gan friends Sunday. Gus Marroon was at home from Goshen, Va., Monday and Tues day of this week. B. C. McManigal, who has been A sufferer from rheumatism for some time, is able to be out again. Deputy-Hiidilor, W. F. Bowen, is the proud father of a young son, )oin Monday...

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 March 1889

o'l. ' svTgjW-f!J.-4a J - ' o-mm i. " i ' ." ..i-n 1r "4 -ii I Xf t- . far" ; V ? ' , l f. wcr lry if. iy C t I.. K-r - l&V .r8. r-j- Ip.-- T IV- fSa v. . frs .. Kp ggfe? ' '"-.'$, The Admiration of the World. No modern invention has come o near, and been so closely al lied with lho people of every rade, as Ihe sewing machine. And tfh.it a revolution there ha been id this wonderful invention 6ince Eiias Howe in 1S16, secured a patent on the fust complete sewing machine. One alter an other, impioyements have been made until today the sewing ina chine is the admiration of the world, and is cheiiahed as the most useful and necessary article in every household. The most wonderful of all tho machine no'v before tho public is ihe DA VIS. Tho degree of perfection and utility to which this ti.nchine has been brought, the endeavor? of Ihenivenlor lo keep ahead o' all competitors, are something marvelous. The veilical feed, which is used only by this ma chine, is in itself a feature nos e...

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 March 1889

' 7?-t. - H" -&& t-e-,.,., - " yj-itBif' r V ? t THE HOCKING SENTINEL. The Sentinel. OCKING 3 UB6CRIFTIOX. - $1-50 ENTINEL. -:o:- sw Business Cards, Ave Jim or lew pr mi ii in SG.60 -s51inpleansjouncementor marriages and deaths and church ,.and benevolent H X,33-WIS GREEK, EDITOR AND PKOPRIETOR societies -userted free. Any addition to I TTITT ,ly oiiliu.try Notice, wlllbe charged nveccnts y III II jyil jj LOGAN. OHIO, THUESDAL MARCH 28, 1889. UMBEE 50. Bl TERMS - ;i.50 qxira, per nuo. The a It ! - t t v J 3- " .. S8 KEW. ADVERTISEMENT. , j .OLlu. : . v -? . FRA2TK B iLisitiy o Ready for the Spring Trade ! A Complete Stock of RJi M Q n i a ggn eaa 3Tor Mercliant Tailoring. ?-., uLUiiilslu IiCIIieI I ifllU d For Men, Boys and Children. Hats, Shirts of all descrip tion. Under Wear, Neck Wear, &c. We call special attention to our large and Complete Assortment of Hats! in prices from 50 cents to $4.00, Silk Hats 5.00 to 5.50. The latest styles of Stiff Hats in black and in co...

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 March 1889

y - M" mr trr J OTHlD JHOClC13sra- SBISTTIKEL Mafccli 28, ;S9. eirr'WfiT" mmi Jg' jnTiiytniui'y4 tu j"ca xtnre7nr-m-Sai4- .. .hP -i. ''The Sentinel. BEMEMBER- THESE THINGS. NEW ADVERTISEMENT; NE W A DYE 11 IIS 13 M ENT. :o.-- LEWIS G-UBBOSr, . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. l'ESMS $1.50 OPHUBSDAS.-MABca 28th, 1889. rJS TEEAStffiER OF STATE. " IJJow fliat the cralli is over Jind the excitement thai all ended (lie fjinhgins of .idminiet rations has so&ewhat abated, lite thinking people, the people interested in governmental affairs, both Na tional mid Slate, are carefully conbiderinp the situation at home and thinking of plan",- measures and men, that will not only bring p rl y success.but win the confi dence of t ho people at present and hold it in the future. To do fltls there must not be one false mo re. I'lia plaus.must be prac tical, fho measures meritorious and the men clean, strong ana especially ailed ibr'lhe vrcri; that may bo assigned to them. To those best qualified to judge, 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. — 28 March 1889

' 3U the Mocking- sentineli Aiarck 3s, 5s9u w iir&ffi;!v:iB-iwrrlk v. U ajftr Ul rfP.f"j -r- t ,- r t s " -"""'f- - --f f Ik" f K l - IV Ik 5f Y Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor; fiemocratic Citjf Ticket. Bollcltor-YTM. P. PRICE. CeineteW Trnstee-yHESKX DEOBLE. Ward Tickets. lrt-Councllraan-VKEt STEACKE. Aeewor-UEOItUP 8HORR. 2nd Councilman Off J. ACKEB. -AJssessor-MIKE K1NL1E. 3 1-Counciiman-C JQUKGENRMIEB. Asscssor-ASDY HOLL, Jr. th Councilman 1 M. GOULD. Afcsessor-I. POLING. Will Gou)l left lor East Ber lin, Conn., Monday evening" Mis Loa Bowen lias been quite sick for somb "daVel Bob Work, of Marietta, was in town, Wednesday. John W. Jones, of Ilaydei.- ville, spent Sunday in this city. Mrs. M. E. Smith has been quMe sick the past week. Rev. D. K. Moore vibited in Indiana last week. Frank- Rochester shipped a Valuable pointer pup ton gentle man in Nebraska last week. Thos. Ttainey, of the Sentinel. moved ins family from Lancas ter to this place, Wednesday. C. TL Baird. 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. — 28 March 1889

n THE HOCKING SENTINEL March 28, '89. I '" k IV1 l& HOT DEBATH 'l Ifei the BritUta Parliament Orer 4Moratjr Geaeral Webster. Ttosvor, Jlarch 20. In the House of Commons' .last evening, Mr. IV. 1L Smith moved to .give precedence- to a rots on ac count until a full rote could be parsed. Sir William Harcocrt opposed the mo tion and accused the government of shirk .tag the discussion by trying to introduce a cw nd surreptitious form ot.closurc The time ?as drawing rear, he said, when the House ofCoiumons would beconio simply a Testry for registering government transactions. He intended to challenge the internment on tho conduct of the Ministry in placing Irish officials paid by i ice paDuc ai me service 01 ma .. - connection with that paper's accusations against the Irish combers of the House, and on on the Tore for the attornoy gen eral's salary e vonld ask what, state ser vices Mr. Websler.bad rendered during the ' Jgt nine omh and Why his salary should be paid Mr. Glart.tene deni...

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. — 4 April 1889

'Wr-' T-V V rU iVv V .T j .--," - T- v - , -wi.,,vws- rftf l ,1-fcfrfH-ie--a'r--'gg TTMiBiTrfriiiiiii nun -MiirmTrrnnrii mm mi h - v . , The Sentihel TEE HOCKING SENTINEL. SimscKJPKojj. . v $1-5 SB-Business Ctrils., live lints or less per nnmim Jfi.CO Bur t51mplo announcement of manlcgcs tind dcatha-ind church nml benevolent Societies .nsrited free. Ay addition lo ouluury iioUccbMtUbe charged fiVeccuts - h!U EDITOR AND PEOPR1ETOK. mums. si. VOLUMI 47. LOGAK, OHIO, TH0B8DAL APRIL i, L889. TERMS - - - $1.EC I Qttra per line. - -tV y. , ,j- v-v-wvtv'' . ,, "i 7 "v-of - -x -n--- WfcWMWwBCStJP'y' t - 1 rnMl"WBWBMIi HOCKING, jl jnii' t i? tv. g Ufr it 1 ; A- f ' 15 WD VEIfl ISEUENT.-,-. : t - FRAH S3 (Tni Beady for tHe Spring .Trade! A Complete Stock of For Merchant Tailoring. For Mcii, Bo3s and Children. Hats, Shirts of all descrip tion. Under Wear, Neck Wear, &c. We call special' attention to our large and Complete Assortment of Hats! in prices from 50 cents to $4.00, SukHats 5:00 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. — 4 April 1889

i : J f T .. - vSKnj"'wi3. -Jf-m , "'i3S,,!S,; .. n.aH3BggSBe 2E - snasSsffSi "w J? .. t . srr tT s . - - j" - i-f y.-,--J--1T r n. rai f i liTi VTTVal l f lis K BFaffMyiriftj-L' n IThe Sentinel. -cot ' - ' - J"J)lTOtt AND PROPRIETOR. ' i.50 Halsleaa'6 Case.' g&Sx jaBSBJLY, ApiiL 4th, 1889. - 1i? i ! JL?EoSB K&Av)ssVI The Victory Ours! A DEMOCEATIO CYCLOHE 8TEU0K OHIO LAST MON- DAY AND SHOOK THUJGSIUP. The ftepliblicauS Loso Ground At k important 1 ? 1011118. Their feoose Radix tfoofcetfr The result of Mondays election knows that it was a day of vic tory lor I he Democrats through out Ohio. We have held our ground attiie liioSt crilical poinis ami have won victories where wa least expected" them. The result argues well for Democrat ic success this fall and carries out the thought that we1 expressed last week that the Republican parly Was in bad condition to make a irglit Una year. At Cin cinnati, the Republicans elected their Mayor and one or two other offices, but the best ...

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. — 4 April 1889

i :'-r' J--ST- s pm? JK; : r ras-JK?a?-'Aa.v'tmff'WA Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Monday. Was A fcoky dav Wr election "day. Geo.vMninfortl has moved his family lo Brush fork. Col. head Pencil was at the polls last Monday. The men with influence are quite numerous this spring.. It is suggested thai the marke! Jot be fenced in. Good idea. John White aini wile spent Sunday in Athens. J. F. Wheeler and wife Of Cd lunibus spent Sundayin Ihisciiv. Will Borf of Kelsouville was fu town Sunday. Col. S. Weldy was in Lancas ter Friday. Anditor W. M. Bo wen Was in 'Columbus Saturday. , Frank Dennis and wife of Day uenville were in town Friday. Mrs. G. W. Kime- and datigh- ter,. of Tarltori, were cnests of Mrs. Toole, the past week. Harry Selby, night operator at the depot, is' something of a banjo player himself. The saloons were closed on Monday, but the festive jug gur gled merrily all day long. Frank Kessler has just com pleted a double house on Spring street. Mrs. Dr. Will Hansen 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. — 4 April 1889

.Ws is - -v A -r THU HOOKING- SFNTIHEL, April 4, ;8 i:WiJij!JirJLlSi3i8aS2 ftTr"" '""--'-'-''a-''"' -snsazrassncssE ag-r-,' .?rHiftt!aw: ess: r i p ti i iaS aartKaim-b'-''g- tr R ' I1 If, fraall -jjfc for Viifi .'ara;rt ," There ore about four-r.fllisiwni.'irty bnsficls t ts cubicfeet in Ihc contents of a bin of grain. -Thn.correet wcUlit of a octet of coofl milk IS ford nnd oiie-fifUi pounds on tlic trcrage A JceUlenf boiling rair rarcJ into the Hop, in coldTrcalher, will prore advantage ous to tnexii?. ,lAtnts and pasture lftnfc are groat ly 5 m Jrovcd by spreading fine manure over thorn urinjtlie winter. Shcep-sbeariiis is (.one by machinery in Australia tho tvool mower "prorcllod by etcata or horse power. An excellent method, of keeping stalls in the stable clean, is to apply layer of dirt and "5 then sprinkle with plaster. s. Cat tib elorer bar and scald it and sprinkle - Itirith bran or corn-meal, and joa will have feed good for the j!jr.. ilcab, fresh Log's lord is recommende...

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. — 11 April 1889

?s -T5-srapn JSRJ'JV'-'S'V' 7gtEgf T5giisrtNsB6asg' & "-" - - im--. . A -a 1 1 ii Mi - J . V r f--v--, iVJS-" -w. r. j . - -. a ,- w' If J - .. - ' , --1 ;?- J! - 3 i X X " j?t s N. S r - V $f .Vw, - ' P si?- szzsszss3Sszsssessas-s:i eeze ! , ' ! ? '. X.' .H J?.-- '. '.-"MM ll. -V 5jjj V Tfgrl QySmy ir - a y in-,. t- -. iit:.rwfW'MgefyWVf "- "-"" -' .'-' " -. BMHMMMMMT- ti THE HOCKING SENTINEL. The SentineIi. t SlJB3CISirXI"K. 1.0 s; ilir Business. Cards. fce ltn. orl.bi.ier annum iii.CO , jue-SMiniltf aniinin.ccmeiitor m: irlaje mid lUutlis.mn cliuioh .mil ljcncvolout 9 HDITOU .VS1 I-EOI'EIETOR. iulelie-. -H-. HeJ lroc. Any mUliUuii to ,rT TTUTI i T o iltu iry nntlcu. willbo cli.i!i vcici.u W M I JJ L0&AR, OHIO, THEJBSDAL APRIL IL 1889. 4 cirajie. awl. BBSBEJBB555!S Hocking 1HE STTTSJTFMTTT NUMBER 5.'. W . . . ,,.50 .,..., , . - '- - - - - , i, iii niiirn- - ' "M ?i -v flas--' NIW-,ADAWliMSESl ISN'T.. -er Wnsk I 111; -m H. g $ P E3 Fi "3 Ki 63 EJ K 111 I Jill ; Beady for tl...

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. — 11 April 1889

r --.fgga; S&lW.TxfiJ S?-1- .r-r -v.-gT-..3-; s-- &,fiJmnZr-it The Sentinel, Lewis geeb-, BDITOIt AND PROPRIETOR. WWjWl IMBBBW ftESUS $1.50 Thuesday, ApmlIIth, lb 8 J. In the rejoicings of cemetery Irustes Brooke over the defeat of Cfias". M. Gould lor colmci' ftian, we fear he is inclined lo nl Mr. GouM before the public jn a wrong light. Gould held, during his term of office, that, whiha it was right to look alter the city of the dead, the council should hot, in performing that duly, forcot the living, lie did liot and does not now object to baautifying the new cemetery grounds, but he did an council man protest against the use of corporation funds in buildii roadways and fixing up private grounds, when the council did not have the means lo clean up ?lhe streets snd alleys about town. That was "right. He wants the ceraatery to be put in good shape, but he does not faVQr the stopping of necessary work about town to accomplish it at -once. hen ho knows, as every one efge kno...

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. — 11 April 1889

fpo -wJSggrjfrflfer zzskzaLasZSsi ST " &.. ?- rfc; - ""s -are 9. r e r?- r I M t -& u I Vk V ;, JJiE HOCKING- SlSNTIISrElo April 11, 'S- -A assasssssxsxaassssssxsssssszssaaEE nsSESESsssmjrasazn -' BJI Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. ATTENTION. The Cleveland & Thurman Club will meet at IJarl man's Hall on Friday evening of next week, April 12i!i, for the purpose oflectins: omer. Tickets forjlie Priahfy Election, j 'Die SKKTtNEL will print tie tickets for the primary election on Fiidiiy. April 2GUt. giving candi -dates a weolc to distribute them. the names of nil candidates an nounced will be on ever ticket. .A sufficient number of ticlcets will ba placed in the hands of the Secretary of the County Executive Committee, who will forward them to' the" Supervisors of tho townships and precincs. The candidates can get all the tickets they desire by Calling al the Sentinel office. The sprinkling wagon is now doing service on the streets. Col. Itempel in thoroughly over ha...

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. — 11 April 1889

--fel I is. if- TI-IjE HOOKING STSNTINEL, .April 11, 5S9- i..jhil ayar" " MJJ.')iJMuuL,mtaarfya.a;r . ., rwy,'Msfc.Wiv..-ltitf ,i" u ft "i ; ., , 'IT BiaxL-w. ?;-.'MTm.''vafjK .wi ju. -ei iiiniin n our fflfllllG ( -NEW ADVERTISEMENT. r fnn m i llili W nr ssbus r r$ .--a$te&sy"3fca & ?U - TTTT i infn lAn'Plra (111111 ii 01 iiOj lASl JEM OP 'Wm fmm&Hffl& HI 11 eM m Manufacturers of and Dealers in Italian Southerland Falls and DAEK BLUE MAEBLE. Poterliend, Hill (Hurt, Clsrl. , IM.im, Concord. Hurts. Quincv. and oilier New Encland Ginnitea a pcinhy, Lime. Pliisieru-g Hair, l'Usltr Paris ntjd Cement, for b.ilo. Opposite Rochester's Store, LOG-AM", O. JNKW A D VEIITISEJJEXT Presh Arrival of Spring and. Summer PIECE - GOO kJL' i And Beady-Made OIotMng ! ALBERT BECKER, "Wishes to announce the arrival of his large and well as sorted stock of Spring and Summer Clothing, Piece Goods. Hats, Caps and Gent's Furnishing Goods in all the latest styles and patterns. 122L. Please bear...

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. — 18 April 1889

- f-I.A3 : i -r- t It r ii I! V iu- THE HOCKING SENTINEL. , SrascKirnox. $1.50 tztr Biiies Car Js. live Hues or less r' nnuntn JG.60 trsinploaimnnicementof marriages ana deaths and churrh nnil benevolent sidetios .iisi-rtod free. Any, addition to I obltuiry notlctw willbe clmrciU ttveceuls axtrapcrllr.e. fEr 'N15W FRAST1S Ready for tlie The i A Complete Stock of For Merchant Tailoring. 01 tTHJIUP DCH0 yJLlin LU initio nLflUI mttULi For Men, Boys and Children. Hats, Shirts of all descrip tion. Under Wear, Neck Wear, &c. We call special attention to our large and Complete Assortment of Hats! in prices from f)0 cents to 4.00, Silk Hats 5.00 to 5.50. The latest styles "of Stiff Hats in.black and in colors. The English, Dunlap, Knox and Youinan styles of STRAW k 11U MIS If yon want to save money on Clothing or on a Hat, call and see us. Clothing is cheaper this spring than" ever be fore, imd Wool and Woolen Goods rising in price. You will do well to buy early this season. If you want...

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. — 18 April 1889

TJBtE) SOGllSTG- SEKTINEL April i& 5S. &S3fiV?ffrNhre TTTfrj-jrtsirrrt-ipmnev-.r . - - : i i -j ; v ' . - -. z.-rr "Jrz. m '-" '- '- - - -' " --" - ..-.,r....-..v.,-.JliriTirg.- t'nzWT- if -i . -. ,.--.r., -, .- m . iil,.-.nn.l..iM.,- w.i-h n-.i-t. T.iTi T.,it.-rfiff..Tffi.v, vm.j.-c. .rT; r.-nr -- rtt.. rrTiivrny7.i?'yrrTlTVrS!lllZ! JULK-f &ISM The Sentinel. -to: feDIXOR AXD rKOPRlETORi fiRMS $1.50 TkxjRSDwApiU'LlST'H, 1889. A.-Ii3o Tnrnsi Dan , a ITew Tage Upened. iiSSt week tee closed f ho foriy Severn h and this week open tlie forty-eighth volume of Ibo" Hocking Ssst'KEL The book that bus just been closed, is & carefully compiled history of local events, of linjipeu Ings 'throughout tho wnrUl, of Blorms, of deaths.'of calamities, of party successes and of party defeats. Ku tnor3 vale-able tuomcnlo could bo ffted'atfay fn tho archives for fu turo reference than such a book. If lost, if could 'not be replaced and it M'with too little amount of pride (bat wo record ...

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. — 18 April 1889

IS l THE MOCKING- SENZStEI Ajpril IS, '89- .!. W'.-A' mHMWLail.lHJMH !HW-LJtW. ' it I ? B h 'r b H i Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tnilor. l'e.tch (ices ie in blussom. Spoilsmen report a jiood many snipe on th t-hootiii!; grounds. Kobl.Wnrk of Marietta was licre Sunday. Jiilm W. Junes left rof Chl c.i;:o Sunday. The gentleman with a paint pt is just now romping n harvest. Tlio boaid nf health should turn itself kmsf on the b-ck al!o3. John Murphy ia homo from Dela ware. Mrs. lluflTord. ofSand Run is vis iting frieuds in this city. S. II. Bright returned home from Colurabuj Tuesda'. Tide Houston, of Flood wood, vras in town Saturday. Tho ard fat Her of Mr. Rug Iligirius visited him last week. The oM stable on Mr?. Gra Inm's lot- has been lorn down -and replaced with u neat plied. This vicinity was visited Jjy a lieavv wind and hail blorm last Friday. The recent rains were much needed and have been a great help to w,hent ami gTas, Dee Angel Freisner. nt tlli: Pomeroy Democrat, was in ...

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