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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 23 May 1889

S i i t X IrX POk. IS" .: -it.. - . OSr - e S ci'ssessGi- he e z csr"s.e m Laundry List Sachet W 1 I ," S i-?JBj-i-' 1 2 3 12 3 1 9 t 1 2 3 1 2 3 1 2 3 iVifriif. Th'fco 12 A -'-n r Neckties ? Towels . X Napkin cms A Sheets $v Pillow Cases. . 4 Pillow Shams . 123 T 9 3 - ,9 Table Cloths . K a Collars . . - I-' 9 Cuffa KV- -M Shirts ..... Kv-, Mt Kis .$) Uhdervests . . . ;v ? JDrawers . . . . -. "g Handkerchiefs . .' l f Stoeicmgs . . . x ? ifss(tEe5je,Ksg'2sKse?4ej'ese O" f" EST" The nbore is a pretty comnvmice lor the convenience and eccu jity of Indies sending out their washing. The table of liguies shown sihove is prinled on silk or satin Riitl formed as a cover for a pin cueliion in Mich stylo as taste may suggest. A pin n put in the Sachet to ludipute the kind ot clothes and the number l pieces sont out. Thus, if 4 uoIIrir, 6 handkerchiefs, t-c, aro sent out " Jiln !8 placed in the proper column and number of the cliait. A number of our Lcgnn Indies have pecured this pielly hous...

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. — 30 May 1889

" 2 o l V- lH I r Sentinel, THE HOCKING SENTINEL, r The The Sentinel. SuBScr.irriox $1-50 -Business Cards, live Huts or less per annum SfiXo . - l H W Simple announcement of mnniases and deaths asd church and benevolent EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, it l oolelica .nu-rtetl free- Any addition to LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. MAY 30, 1889. VOLUME 48 JSUMBER 7. o Imary notices will be charged live cents TERMS $1.50 oxtra'perlli.e. J Hocking e t" I- k FrQosti AieiM to tic CoMtntto S&t J&& - -j. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Scctiok 1. Be It resolved by the Gene.nl As- uont Uto emblyof the State of Ohio. That propositions : iui . Korember, 1SS9, to nmcnrt Section 23 ef Artlclo shall be submitted to the elector of ' on the first Tuesday after the tint Monday In IL Section 18 of Article III, Sections 2. G, 7. 9. 10, It, IS and 16, and to create Section 11. of Article IV, Section 12 of Article VIII, Sections 2 and 4 at Article X. and Section 3 of Article XVI. of Ue-Constitution of the ...

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. — 30 May 1889

THE HOCKnsra SENTINEL, May SO, '89. fc; v B: t 'J The Sentinel. -:o:- Ii.E"WIS GBEBKT, XDITOR AND PROPRIETOR, Thursday, May 30th, 1889. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County. Democratic- Conuty!Ticket JSepreaentatlve-WILUAM P. PRICE. jmdltor-NELSON ART. ARMSTRONG. Sterlff-DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner FRANCISV. KREIG. Jtecorder-DAVID M. O'UAKE. Infirmary direct or-PHIUl' HANSEU fcoroner-DAKIEL" HEFT, of merchandise for a vast area of country, and even if she was not surrounded by vast stores of min erals, that will bring manufactur iiijr industries to her and must needs become a great city some day. There is one thing about the town that it were not well to forget. While many handsome buildings are being erected and the natural drainage and cliar- havif vwted TinsTiTTniln-DtnDJ-',-of4lieoH-pveelade t Ire-pos- sibilitv or ban load's, very mue has been done so far in the way rates 11 ore niiries, tho daily output being 0.100 tens, many reins being from 20 to 25 f...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 30 May 1889

THE HOCKIISra STSNTINEI May 30, '89- uuii.'m.miiiL.w.i.i.ff.Ji t i a L Local Items. JSPfT Donovan Artistic Tailor. "" Wash Wy ni a n was in town .yes terday. The Senatorial Convention will nieef in Logan on-Thuriday, June 23th. " The Promotion exercises of the Public Schools will lake place Friday morning. See Tipton's new arrival of white goods and embroideries re ceived this day. Bliss Maggie Wyman, of Lan caster, is visiting friei.ds and rel atives in this city. The Rrohibilion County Con vention will be held at the Court House, Saturday, June J5th!v We are under obligation to Hon. A. D. Fassett. Commission r of Labor, for a copy of his re p rt for 1S88. Jas. W. Alonohan, the popular wool buyer, and wife, of Corn ing, were visitors in Logan last Suuday. Mrs. M. J. Beck, who has been Decoration Day. On Sunday morning, (he ex soldiers of the war met at the j Grand Army Uall and marched to the Presbyterian church, wheie the pastor, He v. D. B. Moore, preached the annual ser mon. Hie...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 30 May 1889

-" k THE HOpiCOSTQ smSTTIlSTEL, May 30, '89- i& M,vHwV7m jv'rtm B!BB3E3KSSBSaES2Z2SS5aS3ESBSS CCSESK3SS JST ; rv- i -. r VC I? :ir V hn M' I. h: lis? "f f? ' V I L Lobsters ami ladies are alike in oneTespect Uuu' liotli turn red when lliev'el Into iiol water. .Burlington Free Pies?, The highest office in Hie gift ot the President is tlifit of postmas teral Mineral Point, Col. Il is 32,000 feet above Hie sea. Nor rialown Herald'. The Italians nniil w a Mill. iearTelTpeople iii Uieir own conn try, but hereit is common lo find them ju Hie dumps. Boston Cou Tier.' i A new gas well sunk in Ohio js yiefdifiK 14,000,000 feet a day, nd its'owners are beginning to think that tTiey mast have bored into a Chinese Congress. Ethel 'Papa says the money narket is very unsteady - Edith 'Why, Uncle George said this evening thai money was tpl..' OBihel 'Well, that's the reason it is unsteady Mrs. Lngsby 'Old Mr. CSrnms ky, the doctor says, is sufferii:r Jconi elephantiasis.' Mrs. Cagsby 'Cinht it...

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. — 6 June 1889

T "" ,fe "" "i "T """ . a I? . -- i- . THE H0CK1XG SENTINEL. The SEnmdiL.- SUBSClllPTIoX. $1.50 NTINEL, B"UuKineMiCurils, five lliick oriels per milium JI1.UJ ite-simple announcement of marriages and tltutlisnuil church nnil benevolent K R si EDITOR AND rKOPElETOB." osleties .usTteU free. Any lultluion to. t o lUtitry notice will be charged nveeeuU oxtrji er line. I VOLUME 4,8 LOGAN. OHIO, THUESDAI. JUNE 6 1839. IKnvHrr0 Hocking LjI H JL. JL. I p j MMBEfl 8. w - - - .. ProjcsstAmonJacirt to ttn Constitiitlii BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4, SECTION 1. Be It rctolred bv the General A Mtubjj- of the Mnt 01 Ohio. That propositions thallbc lukinitted to the elector of this itato a tDe lint 1 ucdit)- after th flrnt -tloudaVin November, 18i!, to amend Fcctlon 25 of Artlclo IL Section 18 of Article III, Sections -J, C, 7. 5). 10, 13. IS and 16, and to cn-nte tier-ion 11, of Articlo IV, Sertion is or Artlrl. VJIl, SeLtious 2 and 4 of Article X. aud Section S or Article XVI. ol Uic Conat...

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. — 6 June 1889

k ' r-s- Is THE HOCKINa SENTINEL June 6, '89. rfnjw . hjj iiamiiii: .iKma: UtEMAum.fr.t'lH L-l'SZB JsniL1,i,:,,.ii,L.iML.'J:"fW " "A-vrm.ilULlFJWgiZre.WsUi;tJJ The Sentinel. I-WIS C3-S.EE3ST, EDITOR AND I'ROPlUITrOK. TERMS $1.50 Thursday. June 6th. 1889. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HOFFMAN. Of Perry County, Democratic County Ticket Beprcsentatlve-WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor NELSON W. ARMSTRONG. Shenff-DANIEL W. WRTGIIT. Coaamlssloner-FRANCISTJ. KKEIG. Recorder DAVID M. O'HAKE. Infirmary 21rector-PHILir HANSElu Coroner-OAKIEIi HEFT, SENATORIAL CONVENTION. The Democracy of the Senatorial District composed of tlie counties of Athens Kali Held and Hocking, will meet in Conven tion, in Loguu, ou, THURSDAY, JUNE 20th, 1SS9, At U o'clock A. M., for l he purpose of nominating a candidate for .State Senator, to represent said Disttict. Ulio ratio ol representation will ho one delegate for every one hundred votes mid a fraction of fifty votes cast for (irovor Cleveland for President, Nove...

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. — 6 June 1889

WgPffggf" "?&?' njfs5rc-"& " j -1- - - wjff- ..pg&ssv t inn njir n n ti r i IE 5" il m & r ii i$, B? f-u I- it- i I.? r ;i 5-: i N THE HodKIIsfG- SENTINEL, June 6, 'S3. muwnii.iJH'iwui.. j , j ,m nm.imjmjUKpt Local Items. slPgil&gs llonovan Artistic Tailor. A young son arrived al Chas. KinliVs last week. Charley Weiland i? happy over i new daughter who came last Interesting Latter From, the Land niTIfirlOMfl I The Race Elided. speech. Then, again, thefrieudaofi but each lime more emphatically I UlV.lin.llVilin! 1 1!,0 mcrabera ot the class who shou'd endorsed as the supeiior of all Mr. mid.Mrs. Luu Burt or Qua ker City lire visiting here. Jfre. E. J. McOIintock has been quite ill tho pntttveek. ' ,AIrs. O. W. McOlintoi-V. and chil dren returned from a two weeks visit at Fostoria, Tuesday evening. i , Mr. Jolin Walker of tlie First "" Bank left for London, Mrnday, to attend the wedding of a relative The 12th annual oommcncoinent 'of the Ohio State University wiU 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. — 6 June 1889

f it p -.l f lh r h h THE HOOKING SENTINEL, June 6, '89. l.'jlwmjks .uw'.ltmiJWimiw'"ggr9tgg f.o . KW.t;Aa.-ujtr-.uwT-aM;!wy.rMAafllliafflflf iW.'.'a.rn r.'fl.tf iVHBSl iTyarsgTK:i;syr.-r7ftf?gr74r!7K-?-TT-: School Examiners Test Questions SATURDAY, June 1, 1SS9. UTILE. Any applicant delected in sriving or receiving aid in any ivny. Khali be deprived of the privilege of appearing before the Doard r the year. PHYSIOLOGY AJiTJD HYG1EJVE. J. W. FILING. Kxnmiiicr. 1. Why do wo need fowl ? In wliut two wnys is food absorbed ? 2. What is respiration ? Wlmt, ro the objeuls ot isiir.iliou ? - W. Describe the tuoih a to structure, coin position and sets. 4. In what are arteries mid-veins alike? In what uicike ? 5. Define ns-Uniilution. diaphragm, nutrition, pylorus and cilia. C. NaYno the protecting orguns of the eye. 7 Namo the organs of the nervous syrtUsm. What is tlio general nst fit tins system ? 8. What is the average cap icily of the lungs ? What i the average amount of air taken into...

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. — 13 June 1889

sfefs' nij " ff ' y i s-?'-vm f-t-- -rsFffifpsesSSSiS&F yLr i ""fcJS- Hocking Sentinel. THE HOCKING SENTINEL. The Sentinel, SuiiscniiTios. $150 -:o: Tr Business Curds, live luitb orlesjsi er tuinm$r.6o c-hiinpltjnnnoanciiient of mariittM and deaths. inl church and benevolent oelelles -nsortecl free. Any addition to EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR LOGAN. OHIO." THUB8DAT. JUNE 13, (889. , VOLUME 4.8 DUMBER,. 9. obituary notices wlllbe charged live cents TERMS - $1.50 txtravrrllt'.e. . MHVlHPHRPip!'- "!!--" - wi tir ran- ii i ifTTir iwmii If - - - Mi . . . . i i i i i ' m u The Rt- - ?,; It. f ll , Projcssfl Amenament ta tie CanstMoi (Ohio. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Sfctios 1. Be It rcplreil hy the General At- tcinb.rot ttio Mctc tI Dlilo. Hint propositions lliall bepubinlttetl to the elector of this tato on the tint 1 uc-iiny afu-r the tirst Monday in Kovcmlicr, ItO), to amend Section 25 of Artlclo II. Sertli.u IS of Arlirto II I. Sect Ion 8 .. 6. 7. 9. 1 12. 1.1 and 1C. and to 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. — 13 June 1889

v- ... THtE HOCK1K& SNTINTEIa, June 13, '89. L'- iMf Is 1 m i k, v i' I1'! ISX I !ap .a I" I 'it l(& llr i I- t If The Sentinel. IITOR AND rilOPRlETOR. TdllMS $1.50 For Judge of the Court of Common Fleas. ESJiBVBI &&& -e Thuksdat. JtiXE 13. 1889. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPI1G. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County,, Democratic County Ticket Jtepresentatlve-W'ILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor-NELSON W. ARMSTRONG. Bhenff-DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner FRANCISJJ. KREIG. Kccorderr-DAVID M. O'UAKE. Infirmary Director PHILIP lIANSElj. Coroner DJENIElHEET, SENATORIAL CONVENTION. Tlie Democracy of the Senatorial Dlntrlct composed of the counties or Athens, Knir meld nnd Hocking, will meet in Conven tion, In Logan, ou, THURSDAY, JUNE aOMi, 1SS9, At 11 o'clock A. M.. for the purpose of nomlnatliiE a candidate for State Senator, to represent said District. Tne ratio of representation will be one delegate for very one linndrod votes and a fraction of JIfty voles cast for Urover Cleveland' 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. — 13 June 1889

&&3&5gF&g i.-'flS. - Y"i?Trt .""" ' -. JZi.1 T i t: vS" -S- - -.-s THE SO03KlK3- SBTINEIL; June da '89- r S r- St f ,i Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Wool is worth SO pound. cenU per v Strawberries are selling at 8 cents a qtMrt.' Cherries are coming into tnarket. Mrs. D. T. Effinjrer, of Lancas lor, visited in Logan last week. Henry James of Columbus wns a Visitor here Tuesday. Lee Crennp of Ralsonvillo was in town Tuesday. Miss E!Ia Fox visited in Nelt-on Villo lust week Lizzie McManigal, of Oibis'on. Visited Logan friends last week. .Mr. and Mrs. Lou Unrt returned to their homo at Quaker City last Mondar. Gotlieb Jercensmier. of Inn- caster, was in town Friday of last week. Mead -and Birdie Bowpn are Visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Tenny, in Union connty. Missel Nanna And Hat tip Jones, and Lou Bowen. visited friends in HAydenville, Friday. A new culvert is being put in at tha crossing of Market and M-iin street?, this week. Mrs Al. Elliott. of Findlay, ha? been...

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. — 13 June 1889

tr X " v THE HOCKIISre SENTINEL, June 1 3, 9S9. r i fi"' fct. uxaak!MH.jiuiVjaiil-rrfJKLa!iHigiBaeiiEss33 R" ,v - .-"-. ! . LV L u T" s Isr l r ( COXTIXOATION OF J0H5STO.VN FLOOD. lilfcl (hat ilself fast giving away. 1 thought it was death we faced and my heart was breaking Tot my liUlegirl and for ray father Oh, it was" an interruption. An here Sir. Crawford inter poed, fearing the nervous strain upon his wife. Marveio'isly enotih,"lie said. lhese.two women and four girls milh nothing left them but llie frail roof in that terrible flood. -were saved. With deFperal tftrenglli, taking their ltllle ones, tbey made their way to auolhei toot against which theirs swung, and from that were taken intr the upper story of a house not driven from its foundations There tliev stayed packed in a dark hull all night, and from there were finally rescued. TUif is in brief the story." Accompaning Mr. and Mrc. ' Crawford aud their daughter. was Mr. Alfred Fulton, brother of Mrs. John Fulton. The latt...

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. — 20 June 1889

-JSssry.. yi r i"-- f-1-ii'-- ' JB5-JiT iSsF-l r-i"- - i r &- t J c? Ck e ( r EBzsmsasma The Hocking Sentinel THE HOCKING SENTINEL. SuBsciumox $1.50 THE SENTINEL. -w HE BnMness Cards, flo llus orle&sper nnnnm f f.Cu air Simple nnnnnnrcmcnt of marriages ami deathsniiil cliurch ami benevolent orlctics iiisortcil free. Any addition to obituary notice will bo charged R e cent LEWIS O-ItEEIN-, EDITOR AMD TVLOVVSESQTl. VOLUME 4.s8 LOGAK. OHIO. THURSDAI. JUNE 20. 1889. TERMS - - 3$ extra per line. -! MIBEB 10. Frojossil Affieniaen! to the ConstM&l of OMa. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMEKDaiEXT KO. 4. SrcTtov I. He It resolved Ty the Oenet&l Afr hall be submitted to the electors of this state ou 1hd tint Tucsdnr niter th first Monrtar In srrau:j-oi me state 01 uiuo. inat propositions KoTvnfber, Hs9, to amend Section 23 of Article of Article X. and Section 3 of Article XVI, ot the Constitution of tho Statu of Ohio, so Uiejr shall ruad us follows: ARTICLE JL Ec.-2. The regular session...

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. — 20 June 1889

THE HOCKXN'a SNTIISTEID Jisiiie SO, '89. v & r I Ukb Sentinel EDITOR AND rROPRlETOIl. &ESKM9 $1.50 i ?. u ' I'huesday. June 20. 1889 For Caaamon Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN, Of Perry County. Democratic County Ticket. lWfcresentaUve-WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor-NfcLSON W. ARMSTRONG. Bhertff-DANIEL W. WRIGHT. CoBunlnloner-FRAXCIS'J. KREIO. Becorder-DAVID M. O'HAKE. Infirmary 3irector PHILIP HANSEU Coroner DANIEL HEFT, OtJB OAITOIDATE KB GOV-EENOE. fell Ball of Muskingum County. The "follows," not doctors nor lawyers nor politicians, but men who have closely the finger on the public pulso editors, are announc , ing candidates of their choice. This is right The people largely know the deserving men by the statement of a paper which can not dare to flay what its five or ten thousand readers -will not approve. The Sentinel has a candidate for gov ernor, General and Judge W. H. Ball of Zanesviilo. A word, Mr. Chairman and Dem ocrats of Ohio, in presenting hirn to the democracy at 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. — 20 June 1889

THE HOCKING SUNTINEI June 20, '89- 5- r- r f-?; i u r it is r- lr cV J fF, I!: H ;i :j l t - i ' Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Rev. William and -wile have returned from (heir visit JScuth. Elias Reber is visiting his daughters at Circleville this week. Lawrence Yerjres attended (lie wedding of & brother at Colum but Monday. Bishop Vincent of the Episco pal church was a visitor hi Logan on last Friday. Dr. Lvonsand wife of Colum bus, wjre the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Dye, Sunday. The Senatorial Convention meets in Logan to day. Low.-y will be uomiualed. . Dr. Frank A. McCImtock, of Nnwcomh, Tenii., is visiting his mother in this city. Joe .Rochester is a widower this week, his wife being among Lome trieuds at Carey. Dr. Joe Stedem of Philadel phia, Pa., is visiting at his IiQtne iu this place this week. Col. Taylor, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, is in the city taking a bird's eye view of the couven ventiou. Mrs. Annie Norton and daugh ter of Green Geld, are the guests of her ...

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. — 20 June 1889

v--. K. & tZ Ia THE HOCKIISrG-SEISrTIISrEI,, June 20, '89- The Greatest of All is Charity. The flavor of Lojran not showinc n, dis position to call a meetinc to device means f relieving the sufferers at Johnstown Pa., Revs. Moore and Turner called such s meeting at the Court Honsc lat Thurs day eveninc. Judge S. II. Bricht wi made chairman, Ed. L. Davenport, secre tary, and ProC R. E. Rayman, treasurer. The Chair appointed the folIoniu jren tlemen as an executive committee, to take charge of money and supplies contributed : Rev. D. R. Moore, F. Wasim, C. V. Schwenkc, M. D. Moore, C. E. Bowcti and Eev. T. A. Turner. The executive committee appointed the following ladies to cant ass their respective wards for clothing, provision, etc. 1st Ward Mrs. Dr. Dye, Mrs. Y. H. Cowcll and Miss Mary Rauch. 2nd Ward Mrs. It. D. Mciranical, Mrs. Judge Bright and Mrs. C. M. Bowlby. Third Ward Mrs. Chns. Wright, Mrs. Ira Lindley and Mrs. B. R. Higgins. 4th. Ward Mrs. Phil Eochestcr, Mrs. Phil Th...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 27 June 1889

T i3-" -5-r " v"'7" j .fc ' ' c'--v 'i 4" -e (CT - StTiHWSteaS!Sii" ? 'a"- - SSP f- "C ' " 7 V,. IHEHOCKECG SEXTIXEL.j Stmsf'uirTloX. !?l 50 The Sentinel. CBBuiJies Cards, five lines. orlessicr miniitnSUXl sWMtiipb-ntiiiouiiceinc)Uof marriages, anil 'Jeaths.mil churelj iutl lciieoleiit LEWIS G-IREENV EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ooetles ..nsiTlcJ free. Any udriiuoti to otUUary notices will Uo cliargril Iveccut xtrn per lli.o LOGAH. OHIO, THtJKS.ML JUNE 27 L889. NUMBER 11. VOLUJJE 4j8 TESMS &fc-f $LS0 h f,7 0 - y mffytjijrjrti'j'Mi.ii ' ' ' """'' . ' ' HP--,-!- I I TrTlVT VT-TXr-nT"TWTT-"T . I JrlxL flJOlVllN Of OI1JLN X 11N HLj, -i ' I ii t r: ! F II i UJ'J nt aaAmtr-Iiaent to tliB Gonstlttitlni of OMe. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. A3IESTDMENT SO. 4. Ercnox L Be It respired br the General As trmblvof tho State of Ohio. Tnt proposition thall be submitted to he electors of this stRto on the first Tncsdny after the fjrst Mondnr In -November, ISM. to amend Section 23 of Article . I!. Section IS of...

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. — 27 June 1889

TT-TTT HOOKING- SEiNTIlsEL June 97, '89. rrijwr. mj.l yjn--'i.B.jjj.iJtgjau:':g,'iW-aiiatJBx,.t..t .f ah . iv I-- A e I i 4? k l i' l-s. is 1 I I .mMl M - - -ffrjyyfrlMMg-Mrr VA ' " "" ' --w; 1 The Sentinel. LEWIS OK.BE3ST, KDITOK AND PUOPIUETOR. Senatorial ConvMoiLis LOWRY BfOiraATED. TERMS i Full Eeport of the Proceedings, $1.50 Thursday. June 27. 1889. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County. Democratic County Ticket. R,prwsntatlve-VILL1AM IV TRICE. Andltor-NELSOSr W.-AKMSTKONU. Bheriff-DANIEL AV. WRtOHT. Commlssloucr-FRAKCIS J. KKEIG. Hecorder-DAVID M. O'lIAUE. JfafirroarylHrector-PHILII' HANSEL. Coroner DANIEL HEFT, ... J. Forakcr Ific Nominee Porater ws uominatoJ yester day bj tho Republican State Con vention for Governor. This ia an endorsement of tho third term, do med to Grant. It is an approval of Capeller and Burgess and all that that implits. Tho others on the ticket arc not yet known, as we go to press. OUB CANDIDATE FOE STATE SENATOR Virgil C. Lowry,...

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. — 27 June 1889

" w,w't SgSSSKafoi,-- r -JtvT'--- kv. ; p hi frv v. t; L 1 E fe .-:$ '? Local Items. jgSSIr Donovan Arlislic Tailor. Lojrnn will not celebrate on the 4lh. Locan in retrograding. 31 r, Thnmai Glenn is visiting in Virginia. Rev. D. R. Moore h al Brooke t".1j, Intl., this week. Let us hare music in our Bchooli. The farmen are busy cutting their wheat this week. John and Bert Harrington are home from Wooster. Giik. Culver, Jr., was in Dela ware over Sunday. Hi6f Anna Wright, of Colum bus, visited Jiere Sunday. Mist Kale Bowlby, ofWoos- ter, is home on a vacation. Ed Sanderson, of Columbus University, is at home. Mrs. Will Larimer, of Flood wood, wjs in town Friday. Will tielpman, ol Canal Win chester, was a visitor to Logan Jasl week. Cul lienor anoxia mily visited the family of Dr. Will llauseu'at JNelsonville, Sunday. John Hansen has returned from the West, where he has been vis iting lor several weeks. A. C. Sands spent Sunday hare, the guests -of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Buchesler. The in...

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