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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 27 June 1889

t THE HOCKING- S TIN TIN EL, June 27, '89. mm . . fr.j.Mn ..puPt.-mv. ii.JLj-...jvMt iaiiuj;w',ui. iiiirrtfwsjrtcsgaa 3aiioavyrtouaagg: ggaTOaag-gTrfTreTgs. S-V IA tl J- V. J i.Tr-n -.-w. -fp-rrri r3gE?vg!i-LjmiM.OT...-. w.".--.mu e.mx.M.i.Mi.i.j .n.l7TTr7n Is e. . ;& Pi,- J IK f Ti . 1J Basbecs Maxims . Attend carefully lo Iho de tails of your business. 2. lie prompt hi all Ihingn. 3 Consider well, then decide !oi lively. 4 Dare lo do righl,- fear to do wnmz. 5. Endine liinls pulieuily. 6. Figln lire's battles bravely, manfully. f.'Cfo not in I lie society of I lie virions. , . Hold integrity sacred. 9. Injure not anolhei lepnla tion in bnsine?. 10. Join bauds only with the virtuous. 11. Keep your mind from evil "Ihouciits. 32. Lie not for any considera tion. 13. Make few acquaintances. ' 14. Never try to appear what yon are not, 15. Observe cood manner?. IC.'L'ftyyonr debis piornplly. 17. Question uot the veracity of a friend-. 18. Kespecl the counsel of yom parents. 19. Sacri...

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 July 1889

JSJ,'"i X'-X.-x '' AgrF- r --- -r 1 THE HOCKING SENTINEL. Hocking SunscmiTiox. $150 j entinel. The Sentinel; Irt eB-UusiucM.Carili.Uve llius orki-M,-miinitii ii.CU Mrsjiiiijili-iuuiouiicenietitor ninrrlajses . aud deaths :iuil cliurrli mul liciifo!cnt j . . . - r -:o:- EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. ooletlfs .tiHtTttl tree. Any iiutiiiioii 10 -IVOLUJJE 48 LOGAN. OHIO. TH0B8DAL JULY I 1889. obltUHry notice will bo cimrenl flv reii JN'UMBER 12. TERMS xtraer Ili.u $1.50 1 .t -T - JL J. J IX ir i-' ! Pr li & vr s . r IC I MS, ft- t- Projosoil AiETuinB!! lo tie Consfitntlfl ' if Ohio. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Sscnos L Be It resolved by tho General A. tcmblvot the btnte of Ohio. That projxuttiont bull be submitted to the elector! of till! itato ru tbe first Tuesday after thr tint Mondny In November, 1SSS. to emend Section 23 of Articlo II. Section IS of Article Jll.bwlloni 5. 0.7.9.10, IS. IS and 1C. and to create Section 11, of Article IV, fcoitlon W of Article Vllt. Section 2 an...

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 July 1889

A? :m - TX3 HOCKING- SENTXHm $ny 4 l& HBHHMaHiaflMMHanMHiMaaaiHMHHKaMiMeanaMaM4MMNePXSCHKi t t- & te nr i i i K if v C' J- tSB Sentinel, :o;- " EDITQH ASD i'ROPIUETOR. HBBSiyAY. July 4. 1SS9. For State Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. Of Ilockinj; County. GATHERING GLOOM BS.00DS OVER THE HOCKING VALLEY, Seven of the Nine Iron Fur: naces Out of Blas,t, Aid the Remaining Two Getting Jteady to Blow Out, Mnny of the Great Coal Mines Have Already Shut Down. For Common Pleas Judge; JOSEF- G. HUFFMAN. jf Of Perry County. fieffipcratic County Ticket. 4.prC66Alat!vc-WlLLlAM P. tfRfCft. AudilOf-NELSON W. ARM3TROXU. Bhenff-DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Copwlsslorjcr-FRANCIS-J. KREIG. 5econler-DA.VID M. O'HAllG. ftiprjaryairector-rHIUr HA2JSE1. fioroner-DANIEI. &??, W active, although perceptibly re ducei! in volume. Si ill, they are i dread lest th blight of the lower valley and its tributaries extend this way. uk most prosperous towi?. Peihanslho most prosperous town in the valley to day is Hay-lr-c...

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 July 1889

V . i HE HOCKING SENTINEL, July 4, 8& 4 MwyirniiirBriyniMj LoGal Items. Important Meeting of the SoIidjI Boaid. On li)6t Monday evening tlip Logan School BonicI held a iihci- OBmTAKY. KEW ADVERTISEMENT, Enoch G. Collins. w" at MMcn-r nTJ m wy b r itonoyan?-Artistic Tailor. , -vIf yoij can't celebrate any ofh er yay, Ijauj; out a flag. " The Bkntikkl goes to press n :dny eailier, in order that nil iiamls may enjoy llie glorious Fourlli. "The JJolherwell Iron & Si eel Works will start tip about I lip 15ih. New mncliinejy is bejiig added during the suspension; We are glad to note tlia,t (lie men lately difchareeij from the railroad shop at Iliis place, re turned to work on Monday. The Latvn Festival nt the PreiJij' tcrjan pjiiirch, Tuesday eveninp, was an enjoyable affair as well as a financial success. 4 Leo Arbute, a ITnngarnn. wai arrested by ftlnrshul Vuris, Monday ast, for peddling without license The Mayor asserted ?.I5, Hue and costs, Which the Hun reluctantly paid rathe...

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 July 1889

THE HOOKING SB3STTINEI,, July 4, '89. Is - :z i'-i-M s I l"T Wi t Aloufc 2,000 patents per month are being granted. Of the 334 inmates in the Pulton. Mo., insane nsvinm. r bnt. fHVA is wnmnn England can boast of no fewer than1 28,729 known thieves over iG years of age. There is a company organ ized hi England which in sures you against burglary. k Constitution tinkering is ofc -popular in the Old Kej"- W3 stone State. Tie majority against pro hibwKSn in Pennsvlvania is 189,021. Tlie "Wisconsin Soldiers' Home at Waupaca admits soldiers wives and widows e soldiers. A full grown man playing croquet looks about as dig o nified as a monarch .a hen. chasing Tom Nast, the caricaturist, lias returned to New York city, after a long sojourn in California, Justice Matt Martin and wife of Columbus celebrated their golden wedding on the 20th ult. It is said that the English brewery syndicate is endea voring ("purchase the brew eries at Columbus. Nearly every Prohibition county convention held so...

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 July 1889

c v' - "rpjs&iP -$&& - - s wf-iv.MiL.wui Hm-WWKul,JIHkJ. ".Ti-I.V'W a)W.Ja.,;,j, j-ji;e7CT'v..y.TW7cyxrrawjA'v.v;ML-.i.-v.-ji--..i A wV.i,-j.i.iiiWI ' MJ- 2ESS je nil biHy i rti' .....'!. JUJ1MIF. .'J & J r The Sentinel. THE nOCKING SENTINEL, j SuBSuKirriox $1.30 -:o: i: CB- UtisliicvsoVnl!". live lln.h orles-sper' aiiiinm in.fiu EDITOR Ar?i) rUOPRIETOK.- -Binilili'aniioHiicpiiicntof mnrringcs ami dentil mi J c-lum-li mid benevolent " o.-Mlrs .liHjjrteU IW. Any iitl.litKiii to TT"VT T T "jlf C1 .( Q obltuiryiiil:iwIlliiucliiiigfUtlvei-!iiU. VVJljUlVJCj 4."0 LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 11 1889. DUMBER 13. TEUMS $1.50 ot tr Tr lino pf ' tm m m immiiii imi ' rrTetf"1"'' .' --'" "- L'i"'l'''ir,!te V '- " " ' n . f 1HE lMh NT S MTTT . ra i? ; i sv IIUJXlll vx 11 v-t M u iV w ft- u- l? F r.- . BS Prajfiseft iffiDSiment to tie Co&sQtefln cfOMo. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT 2f O. 4. Bicnos 1. Be It rosolvcft by the General As lembtvol the Mate of Ohio. That propositions...

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 July 1889

- i THE HOOKING- SEDSTTUSTJEL, July il, gg. rs- -? i" 5 IT l la- :r 1 I"- crr The Sentinel, I-The great peizehgiit. :o IBTKTIS GBEE3ST, editor and rnopniin'on. TERMS $1.50 m owyeicwaMi inw p""" TnuESDAY. July 11. 1889. For State Senator. VIRGIL C.LOWRY, of Hocking County. Tor Gommon Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN, (jf Perry Counly. Democratic County Ticket. Hcprcseiitallvc-VILLIAM P. TRICE. Auditor-NELSON W. ARMSTROSU.-Bbentr-DANIEL TV. WRIGHT. Commialoner FRASCIS J. KCEIG. Recorder DAVID 31. O'HAKE. .InflrmnryrUrcctor-PHILir HAKSEi. Coroner DANIEL HEFTf It is amusing to hear the ex .euses offered by Republicans for the present dull condition of trade. Tlio wages of working men have been reduced in all of the protected manufacturing dis tricts of the country, including the wool, cotton, iron and steel industries, and recently nil or the furnaces injhe flocking Val ley went out of blast. Now just the opposite of this stale of trade t?as promised by Ihe Republicans if the people would...

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 July 1889

j-ft.nji -(? The i-iocKiNGi- sSntin el July i, ;s& -,?-- -?w&$Sf' ( ijf & b Local Items. Donovan--Artistic Tailor. Mrs. Emma Baker ol Waver ly; Spent Hie 4lli willi her sister. Mi 6 L.lta Gnmpf. Mr. John Wellirlan-,atid Mr. Joel Killsmiller celebrated the 63d anniversary of iheir birthday vesterda3T. Married by Rev. J.F.Williams at. his residence in Logan, O., June 20, Mr. Charles Gray and Miss Ida Ward. Miss Bessie Schwarz, or .North Mulberry street, had an eleventh birthday last Monday. All the pood little boys and handsome little girls of the neighborhood were in attendance, and the fall ing down of London Bridge and King William Star of War were played to the Queen's taste. The little folks had a jolly lime. Mrs. Win. Grier and Mies Kitty Kinnev of Lancaster, are in Lo irjin. nitenriiii" the funeral of Aunt Leach. Miss Belle Tignoraecompanied with MNsAnnn Wright areA's iting friends at Pt. l'leasant, W. Virginia. The Streel Commissioner's at tention is callpd to the ...

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 July 1889

Vs THE HOOKING- SKTSTTIISTJEL.. duly 11, '89. KSSX3S2S333BBGEZZZ!ltm3gS3!S3&2jSS2&S2E22S2 scsnsss: - y-: T-a-rr. T3aBja.BS-s.-rggra?3:jrr-Ji.-5r y: .- pagm - r -s&-S -srm.y-gTrarsre.sgtCTsiiTW-. ,.w - ' -'!'") irr ft. . KEIQHEOBECOB news. Six divorces were granted lit Jackson Common Pleas 4Jburt last weCK. The Lancaster Cifcv Board ,oi Equalization added 109,- 288 to the- tax duplicate. A. E. Sprague, of Brice, rJVanklin county, from 110 Tsheep, took 1,430 pounds of Wool. The Columbus policemen held their annual picnic at Greenwood Lake, Delaware, on the 27th ult. The Columbus Dispatch says Allen W. Thurman is r going in heavily tor race ses. -v . . . . Amos Babbit, tlie last ol phe original Shakers of the L. Warren county settlement, 'died on the 23d ult., aged 87 years. On, tlie 27th ult,, at the ;39tli annual commencement K'of Columbus High School,x59 I young men and women were graduated. Bey. Dr. B. W. Bashford, of Buffalo, N. Y., has been elected and installed Presi...

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 July 1889

CL 5s- y " -'13is9r- --365fJ-5-' IV i- i o JK '7 C ue C U i "SHOCKING SENTINEL, f t xJScitirxu'X The Sentinel. 5 MudnvM Cards, five lines or less per .lllllllin JiI.GO " ttr Simple announcement of mnriiHcrs and dealllt:iud cliurrli mul benevolent oclelles .ns;-rtcd fre. Any :u!ililin to ubltu.iry notices will be clitugrd llvcccuts ixtrn per lii.o XiE-WIS GKEEN, EDITOR AND PROMtlETOR. LOGAN. 0810. THUH8DAL JULY 18 1889. JWMBER U, TERMS V ' FHT IT ir ' .r " LJi! I XJI? M OnOT TTVT TnATnnTTvn-iT i ar; k.r j u-i ( 'J A Jl XXI. A A WVJtV JLLN VJT kJgJCLilN 1 UN PJ -jp VOLUME 4.8 L $1.50 i & VI . s Hi ? : t tf, $j i Frosossd Amtr-Iment to tlie Cacstit&tm ! of (Mo. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Ffption 1. lie It resolved br the General A emb:ruf tlie Hatoot Ohio. Tliat proposition! shall be ubiltti-d to the elceiors of this tato on the flrtt Tuciday .after ih finit Monday In Novvtnber, IS5i. to emend Section 25 of Article II. Section 18 of Article IH.Sxsotlous V, C. 7. 9. 10...

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 July 1889

S-'-r THE HOOKING- S ENTHSTJB3 L,. July IS, 89- x H m. Is. l! B ru The Sentinel LEWIS GUtEElST, EDITOR AND l'HOPIUETOR. $EKMS $1.50 'tfc "Jf 5tT- Thursday. July 18. 1889. For State Senator. VIRGIL C. LOWItY", of llocking County. For Common Fleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Of Ferry County. Autocratic County Ticket. jiepresentatlve-'WJLLIAM P. TRICE. Audttor-NELSON V. AtlMSTRONU. Shenff-DANIEL W. WRIC.HT. (fommlssloncr-FRAXCIS J. KREIO. Recorder-DAVID M. O'UAUE. Infirmary Director PHiLIP HANSEL. Coroner DJtNIEL HEFT, J n. itEETING OF THE DEM. CO. CENTEAI COMMITTEE. A Washington lelegram lo Ihe Chicago Times says that "a con ference of Republican leaders will be held in New York at an early day, so as lo eflK't if possi ble, some belter tiiiderstundins between the president and the leaders of the party in Congress before Ihe elections in Ihe new stales come off, and before Ihe extra session is called." It seems funl Ihe .Republican senators and representatives are disgusted with, the pr...

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 July 1889

:rrja.-"- ?&''&&yBgj&g&p" r&mg&5i'- V -r" JT THE! SOCKING- SfiNTINEJL July IS, 'S9. -T' i k . ? r; Et i;. Hi te E f : Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Miss Cobb, of Wollston, is visit ing MiB3 Georgie Millar. Miss Bird Morris, of Xenia, is visiting Miss Edna Cresap. Uacle Luther Bort celebrates the 71st anniversary of hiB birthday, lo day. May ho live to Pee many mure. Mrs Ii. A. Crawford and daiigh ter, Miss May, are vim ting rela lives iu rieasautville and Co lumbus. A compnnr with a capital of $750,000, has been formed to pipe natural gas from Lancaster to Co lumbui. Mrs. M. Rnrick of Zanosville, and Wim Mary Fait, of AUeghenny City, Pa., are visiting Mr. nud Mrs- N. J. Weilaud. Mr. Sfcinohart. the popular af- tornoy of Adelphi, accompanied by liia handsome little boy, were visi tors in Logan this week. Col. D. J. Cresap returned from his Southern trip on Friday last, after an absenco of several weeks, very much improved in health. Dr. Aplin, the ...

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. — 18 July 1889

M .r THEE HOCKING- SENTINEL July 11, '89. yijmrgnrFjsr'vitTgJaM-'iTirTjrl assKszcssaaESBSssxamKaeziaaEBeBRSEE ZXSSaKBSmaaSEKSSis al iii ii i mi ill m l 1 1 PI " i. THMea"! .' IAr t .-N" W.'nn-tirr'.t.'t "f "1H "-JUMkl I m i A NEW INDUSTRY. 0 rp " IIIIIMIIM An Indiana paper insists. ih.it a fair exchange is no robbery, unless ii be a chinch i fair exchange. I NEW INDUSTRY. In An KutcrprUlns Farmer Kinbarlu the Cnltitra r Skunk. Tho lalcst thing out in the xrny of a business venture uis skunk cultre. if it may be so t-tyleil. At t.nl it lias tho ap Te.irnni"e of a joe. hut it is nothing of the kind, as m.ty l3 fieca futllior on. Having heard that .soim-thin-; of the kind existed in thh vioini:v, the reporter for the Huntimton Hcmlcl set out to n- obligate the niat.cr, and, altlionh skep tiod at flrst. soou found there was "some thing in it." TJic owner nnd proprietor of this skunk nnch. is Joseph Liulngcr, residing two and a haif rulics nor.h of lhi city, on iho Jlishlcr road. In an i...

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. — 25 July 1889

ffrVBWBS 15- T s--i;- t.; c "t "" -v -.n.--, . sJ- - -ySgv & . X LJim-mn --HI The THE HOCKING SENTINEL. SUBSGltll TN $l..r0 5r rtuMncKS Cards. Uve llnvs orlessper annnni Si.00 iw3lmpli;niiiionnoenientof ninrrlnces ana JeiiUiSMiia chuu-li and beuevolent odctlM .hk-tIiiI free. Any addition to obituary notices will be chuigcd five cent extra per lino The SEnnuEL, ?' ING. ENTINEL. :o.- EDITOR ASD PKOPRIETOTt. VOLUME W LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAT. JOLT 25 1889, DUMBER 15. TEKMS $1.50 'sr?- Hock .MMMKk. te If" t Projoscfl Aitraient to tie ConsMn ofOMo. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Ercnos l. Bo It rcsolrod by the General A flrmbly of tile State of Oltio. Tost propositions (hull bcpubmltti-d to the electors of this uUto on the llrt.Xuesilrfltur the flrst Monday In November, lssu, to amend Section 25 of Articlo II. Secthm 18 of Article 1IL Sections 2. C 7. SUO. It. 13 and 1C. and to crcato Section 11. of Article IV, Fertlou 12 of Article Vllt, Sections 2 and 4 af Article X. and Section...

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. — 25 July 1889

v --- ..X &i ')" X THE HOCKING STSlSTTHSTJELi, July 35, 'S9- j uMwjijj-. mMiiLPixjlil'!JJJ ati-y-sy.'. ZSZSSBEi eauiAaurgiVfliitima h i H Lr '. A I & K l The Sentinel. LEWIS GBEEN, "TiuiTou and I'ltormrcroi:. TE1IMS $1.50 Thursday. Juli 25. 1889. For SUte Senator. VIRGIL C.LOWRY, oiViiocking County. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPll G. HUFFMAN. r Of Terry County. Democratic County Ticket- KtprcscnUillvc-WILLIAM P. TRICE. Andltor-JJELSON W. ARMSTRONG. fchenff-DANIEL W. WUIOUT. Commissloncr-FRANCIS J. KUEIG. Kecorder-DAVID M. O'UAKE. Infirmary ZJirector-PHILir HANSEL. eoroncr-DANIEL HEFT, MEETING OF THE DEM. CO. CENTRAL COMMITTEE. The members of I lie newly elected Democratic County Cen iral Committee will meet with the old Central Committee at the Court House in Logan, on SAT URDAY, July 27th, at 2 o'clock. P. SI., lo reorganize and com mence work J'or the coming cam yalgn. Bv order of ANDY HOLL, Jr., Ch'ni. W. E. Engle, Sec'y- The Logan Deluge. A Cloud Burst Over the City. Thi...

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. — 25 July 1889

- A. j. -ft i 4 -"isr?: -c-- - ' THE I-lOCIvHSTG SENTINEL July 25, S9. 11 TITBMii IMWrMMTMMnMT1BMrMWMMWBiaBWMBHMBiMBMMMMMy 'TlMBMlWBWWMWBllTITlMnTTri'inr" 1 mmrrtoiuwiiMs:: --, Local Items. i.jHf ? , i rtiflfTr dt0&ar &3&$Wk Donovan Artistic Taiiior. Mrs. Frank Viii.-itt:i. who died in Columbus, whs liuricil in Logan jesteid.iy ufU-i ! Ainly Cniwf.nl. of tho Canal Coiumisoioa, " at ,,,ne Uus week in Logan. Uncle Frank M.igec of MeAr . timr w:is''vv-i'u relatives ami ' lriemls in Logan l:ii week. Al Brooke ami Wad Ga'C aie sicmlinir a week at Hie Uoclne Spiings in Delaware couniy. Frank Krcia hasreiurmil fioin Oklohonm Ue I' tho coun try, but likes Logan better. Bob Davy ami J lin Keele who have been al I lie iiiaiiiielic spring have returned "h -me. in ich im jiruvtd in liealtli. The w'll on the School I..im grounds hits been sunk to a depth of SO fe t. Four 'eet of water li-is-been pecurcd. Eisele & Mi-I-ahi (nrnish the lime ruck lor On, higher Avenue at 81 Oli per ...

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. — 25 July 1889

I. H-- M a ? ri. 5-" V!. W i lr argMCTnag?fMaiJ"f i i i t - i'..1T.T,y,l'rW'llgCCTgBgSmvTm,ir. Salt GrOek IteHlS. i .- , . . , 'lanff Reform" lias won hjo- fnrir in KnU Crank lf.-.viis-inn. k "I? .J-rwinstli nau Ilia Wuf lit llirM tt f t ;"v hnwuio .. ...v..vw. ... 1 ft. 1 . ..IT I. .. 1.,... j tuai piace some ciemi mi huh- . . , , ,, - esly: and the patty nationally I , Should Walk tu the same wake, 2, , ... . .,11 V" as milCll Sllllnrlll" vVmiiil l)0 ill C- 1 irintoil in ffin titinilitfi Wrflks of .M.W. ..I W.V IllllllWlb . life, i'lie public lemenihei.s of -A-: ..1, ..; i .1. . 0..... I . V1.-T nuiAnllit f. ll.n nfl" .1 ill ll u ivituMj, tu hiouh" ...... we "had amongst us n wurl hv, old -r ti 1 r. . 1 Republican, who is n firm he- Jiever in Hie rro'eiUve iariJt ,.. . , - ,, , , floclnne, and who in the la-t CanipaiCO made manv public Speeches -and upon one occasion said Hint; under present arrange incuts he could not pay more than BO cents a day for labor, but if liarrison was 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. — 1 August 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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 1 August 1889

v-'x8 a rfsrx -s -.-5- -" js&Ss" agyaafe.-- .TV sfe,--- -v:.. ' s - C"sr&s-r """ " "'a.jdt?'' .- -y-y - - 9 "T"- TitH HOCKINGr SENTINEL,, August! '89. ft .J..l.i-Ti,..iir.H.i --"" ,TwraitfJsw?jrgraegaaiCJiai V -- ..-r. . v-A."- . s.' f 1?he Sentinel. :o:- EDITOR AND rROriUETOR. .- $Eil.US $1.50 August lor State Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. of Hocking County. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Off Perry County. fiemocratic County Ticket Reprcsentatlvc-WILLIAM P. PRICE. .Auditor NELSON W. JVRMSTRONO. Bhenff-DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Comlasioner-FBANCI8 J. KREIG. Jkeoorder-DAVID M. O'HAUE. infirmary Slrector-PHILir HANSEL. toroner-OANIEL HEFT, The tariff is a fas. Realty is siill slashing Foraker irilh a meat ax. A too long loase of power by One man is dangerous. Foraker tfiuat go. Tho Democralic nioMoinlhis year's campaign is : 'Homo rule And low taxation." 'H.irh tariff and no work," ieems U be the Republican mot to. At least it is a fact, as the Marring miners in Harrison's Sta...

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. — 1 August 1889

i -.ia-:gs.. -' '-?W''f?E"tg?'?a -" -- -rs-S- ;$W - 4 vCCv--- sss5"" rr dtfN-vw -- " rf .-. . THE HO,CK:iSra Sl&NTINE August 1, '89. pgr'TVf: r - a. .- ,y- - - - -,. .., , , wti i ii " 'j - f I - . , . . E h i J- Local Items. fcpCiTPySqC Donovan Artislic Tailor. Col. Renii:l harvested 1.800 bus. of wheat this season. Harvest ripples and blaekbetre aro ubund.iiit in our market. W silcr Mellons on ice at Chris. Hall's east end grocery. An abundant potato emp for this eeasun is afsurod in this county. Now h the timo to sow your tnr nip seed, it you w.mt a gowl crop. Daniel Carpenter of Enterpri , was the Grst to bring ric tumult to Logan. Miss Nettie Henry, of Columbus, and Mion Ella Ford, of Zncsille. are visiting the Misses Streutz. The muzz'ing o( dogs is the n'y 4 protection" nifastre we are in fa vor if during the heated term. The Unrbondale Bast Call club will play a match game with the Logan boys on Friday the 9ih insW Mrs. W. II. Acker and daughter Ethel, left Saturday for ...

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