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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 5 September 1889

p c 'J tTHE HOCKING- SENTINEL, September 5, '89. ;? MJJJM-Jl 1Uj.. rT F- ? K h1 l Ife J ( t- S - t- ' ft A Big Loss at Columbus- .V Columbus Post. 'Iho alarm of fire about 1 o'clock i Sunday morning called tli9 depirt- mont to the corner of Gaynnd High ? streets, where the flumes bad pos session of the Candy Kitchen. This room is in a block owned by 5ev. ilr. Chittenden, which in sit tinted tfbout Ibo center of tho north hnlf of tho fqunro between Gay and Broad streets. On the north aide of this is the - HcCune block, and on the south the Uostor building. When the department arrived iho tiro was Paging in all parts of the long room f occupied by tho Candy Kitchen. Tbe building is four stuiies in frost, which takes a sudden jump fc ose story about 75 foot from the frost. The oho story part is about 0 feel long. TIm fire was fiercest in I he one tory part, and here is (there it is vpsoaed lo have started. The fire men boob had a liombei of streams playing on the hungry flames, but des...

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. — 12 September 1889

' THE HOCKING SENTINEL. .'UBscKirn x. . . . .. . $1.50 ; " SSS- Busincbs Curds, live lino or less per "annnm SG.C0 rsj- simple Aiinnnnccmcnt of marriages and deallisand church aud benevolent oeletles .nscitcd free. Any addition to obituary notices; will bo charged five ccnt3 extra per line The The Sentinel. ENTINEL, ED1TOK AXl) I'KOPBIETUK. VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, THUKSDAI. SEPTEWBlE 12 1889. MTJUM 09 AJAJ, rEitiis - - $1.50 XrV? f Hocking t i 'A IT u i ra : b II - f r it i 'f.. nmblrof the Stale of Ohio. That proposition! hall bo submitted to the electors of th.lt stato do the first Tuesday after iha flnt Monday In Frojosed Amdiffleiit to tie ConsMii of OMo. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Ssction l. Be It resolved oy the General Ae- NovtmUer. 1SS3. to amend Section 25 of Article II, Section 18 of Article III. Sections 2, 6. 7. V, 10, 12. 18 and 16, and to create Section II. of Article IV. Section U of Article VIII. Sections 2 and 4 of Article X. and Section 3 of Article XVI. ...

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. — 12 September 1889

THE HOCKING- SUNTINEL, September 13, 'S9- SSCdKH 3SBrC (g5gaFTT!BJIFK - i To be held at HLOGh-A-IbT, OHIO, OCTOBER 2, 3, 4, S, IS SPEED PURSE $2,000. Races eacli day. Excursion rates on all Railroads. Children free October 4th. 3SS. r The Sentinel. -:o EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS $1.50 Thursday, Sept. 12fch, 1S89. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, or Butler. For Lieutenant Oovornor, "WILLIAM V. MAKQUIS, Or Logan. Fur Supremo Judge. MARTIN P. FOLLETT, Ot Washington. For Treasurer, WILLIAM E. BODEN, Or Guernsey. For Clerk or Supreme Court, I. J. C. SHUMA011EU, rieca. For Attorney General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Or Champaign. For School Commissioner," . CHARLES C. MILLER, Or Stark. For Board or Public Works, EHAJNK REYNOLDS, Or Hamilton. Fcr State Senator. TIRGIL C. LOWRY, of Hocking County. For Common Fleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County. Democratic County Ticket Representative-WILLIAM P. P ICK. Auditor NELSON W. ARMStRONU. Bbenff-DANIEL W. WRIOUT. Commiss...

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. — 12 September 1889

t i i I ! J $ i S it ii j? u II I1 f . THE SOCKING- SENTINEL,- September 2, r8. ii iM.j..jriwi.FJMhg'j-tjjejJrt' 'U'-uxa Local Items. . List of advertised letters in t! o L -san, Ohio, Posloflice, Septen - orir 12th. 1SS9: Miss Kate Bnlin, Mr. Many Be' I, Mr. A. C. Barcley, Alto Sarah Coble, Sarah Ann OrooK, J. W. Ciook, G B. Dusenbery, Jim D., Miss Louis Dean, E C. iiuuvur Mr .1. (Jnifl. Mrs. Jane Winona furnace weiil into blast Ulffol Mr JoI Kmwi W. W. Merrill. Mr. Joseph Miller, flir. Jacob U. Miller, Mr. J. VV. Miller. yT Donovan Artistic Tailor. last Monday. Special attention is called fo Hie new 'dveriisenienluf F.J. Uannison Co. A two-year old son of ITenry Smith, of Ilaydenville, was se verely bitten last week by a pet cood. Mr. John Hanafy, of LoRans- port, Ind., is viMling Iriends and relations iu Hocking County." Clarence Brown, eight year old uon of Mrs. Mary Biown, cut his leg badly with a penknife. Dr. Blosser diessed the wound. ' The Street Commissioner, Mr. John Ilan...

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. — 12 September 1889

TI-IE HOCKING- SENTINEL, September 12, 'S9. J,.. . jmjjmj'wp. Mv.-rrmnvr.iy i.,.Lure-jgyjrarreTre-" Pfl i i .r lit 4 faia New Butter Extractor PACKAGES BY MAIL- An ingenious fellow in Uncle Sam Doing a Larger Bud- Sweden lias invented a nia chii o for making butter from milk nearly fresh from the Cow and it now looks as tho' u srreat revolution in butter making is about to occur, brought about by this won derful, machine. Tho whole process of extracting butter from milk by its use is a 'mystery to us, and we can only stand back in amaze ment and await further de velopments. The success of the process, however, is pro ven bevond a doubt; and the following description, taken from Hoards' Dairyman, will throw some light upon the method of making butter by means of the extractor : "Ono month ago the ma chine was set up at 98 "Wall street, New York, and has since been astonishing every manipulator of milk, cream and butter who has inspected it. It takes sweet milk at a temperature of 62 ...

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. — 19 September 1889

s "1--- -r ' -;? r 1 1. i1 THE-HOCKING SENTINEL. The OUBSCRIlTinX. 51.50 OCKING The Sentinel. ENTINEL. ttB" Business Cards, fle lints or less perl annnm $&.o0 st9 Simple annnunccnicntor marriages -:o:- mm uculii&iiuu cnurcji ami uencvoicDt ocietles .nscrted frco. Any addition to :j VOLUME 48: EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. LOGAN, OHIO, THUESDAI. SEPTEMBER 19 1889. obituary notices will bo charged fivoceut NUMBER 23. oxtra per lino TERMS $1.50 "" v -1 """vtft. Sfev M. ru r F" ( I OU1C court. i anal 00 m tai l 1 Pnuroset AicdiHBiit to tlic ConstitntLn Of 01113. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4 Btrrros L Belt rcsolrcd by the General As sembly of the mat of Otiio. That propositions hall bo submittal to tbt elector! of thli state on the Dnt Tuesday aftor ton first Xondar la November, U88, t& amend Section 23 of Article II. Section IS of Article lit Sections 2. G, 7. 9. la. li IS and 18, and to create Section 11, of Article IV, Section U of Article Tilt, Sections 2 and 4 of Article...

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. — 19 September 1889

SEKPTINBLi, September 19, R9. A.,1..'JIJ.1.IM .mnJI'-UJI To be held at 3L.OO--.3T, OHCXO, OCTOBER 2, 3, 4, W SPEED PUESlx$ 000. Races each day. senrsion rat&s on all Railroads. Children free October 4fch. vs. I" THE HOCKINa m MMMmnlMIM'MT-MIMTMTlliBOI rr "'" J- M i i -b ! m tmaEnamaEsam g58ta ES3?E:5?rB tfS35a &3&b. SSPk "BSff" HW" HESIttF" ESSSSS s1 1-1 v Iv i r ? r. i I V I The Sentinel. X.3S-WIS C3-REE3ST, EDITOK ANU ritOPIUETOR, TEBMS $1.50 Thubsday, Sept. 19th, 18S9. DEM00BATI0 STATE TICKET. For Governor, JAMES E. OAMlJi3ELL, or Butler. For Lieutenant Governor, WiLLlAM V. MARQUIS, Of Iiogan. Fur Supreme Judge. MARTIN D. FOLLETT, Ot Washington. For Treasurer, WILLIAM E. BODEN, Of Guernsey. For Clerk of Supremo Court, I. J. C. SHDMACHEK, 1 cca. For Attorney General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Of Champaign. For School Commissioner, CHARLES O. MILLER, Of Stark. For Board of .Public Works, FHAJSK REYNOLDS, or Hamilton. Tor State Senator. VIRGIL C. LOWRY, of Ilocking County. Tor Com...

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. — 19 September 1889

- V .-- -.- h J N n i f i t THE HOCKING SENTINEL, September 19, 89. Local Items. IWftfc?cJ!vOjJb COMSIUXICATED. The Preacher on Secret Societies. Pretty and Pertinent- DonovanArtistic Tailor. Everybody come lo I he Fair. Aliss Emma MeLain is visilius in West Va. Dr. Allen, of Haydenville, was in town on Tuesday. Mrs. John W. Work is visiting her son Ed, in Van Wert, Ohio. Dr. G. W. Beery, of Union Furnace, was in I own yesterday. Mr. Amos B.-iird aid family moved to Columbus last Mem day. John Slisher is agent for I he McGibbon's Edge Water whis key, a fine pure article. Try it. Mrs. Mallnda Nunemaker, who ha; been visiting her relatives in Westerville, O., has returned to her home in Marion Tp. Editor Sektinel: It was Jas. Dean who died at Iiaydenville last week instead of Chat). Camp hell, as published in your last issue. Mr. JoFOph Barlhelow pre sented the Skxtinel office with one of the finest pitchers, in the line of stoneware, that we have eveT6een. Mrs. AbeJStemen, mother of ...

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. — 19 September 1889

A 3? 'v3 THE HOCKING SENTINEL, September 19, 'S9. , 3? It J. K.V K Tv l: H" 1 c M r ? ST r -t. .- rS 1 "' 9 J f ir c AGRICULTURAL Clover sown among corn attfce last cultivating, and plowed down for the next crop, is a cheap and practical way of capturing the fugitive nitrogen, so much needed. Potatoes. As soon as the tops are dead, dig the crop. Expose the potatoes to the sun as little as possible. A slight exposure even to the diffused light will cause some Varieties to become green and unfit for food. Corn Pie. -This corn, is made with or with grated without eggs, as preferred. Without the eggs less cream is used. .Butter, sugar, salt, and pepper are added, and the corn is allowed to come to a boil before being poured into-tho crust. This is also very nice as a- side dish. Peach Pyramid. Cut one and a half dozen peaches in halves, remove the stones ; .make a syrup of sugar and water, dissolve an ounce of isinglass and stir in; fill a mold half full of the syrup; set in a cool plac...

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. — 26 September 1889

,4-V"' t b IV v &-- p ( f .,. Mr ' ' "" - 'n'Mtir" ' i HrL .niXA N(t w h . KTTT7VTI7T '-"- - - -- - p JLa xa'ijs . - - . " e Ba AfvBstvsgE THE HOCKING SENTINEL. SqB3cniPirox. $1.50 t" llusiuc-ss Cards, live lints or less per nn nn m $0.00 BSImpli; announcement of marriages and deatUsnnd. church and benevolent ocleties .nsi-rted free. Any addition to obltuiiry.notitx-a will he charged nveccnti wxtra-norllr.p VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, THUESDAI. SEPTEMBER 26 1889. NUMBER 24. The Sentinel. LBWIS GKEEKT, EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR. TERMS $1.50 Projjossil Antedtocnt to tie ConsHa cfOMo. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT SO. 4. Section 1. Be it resolred br the General As SeciUlvof the State of Ohio. That proposition hall be submitted to tho electors of this state on the irt Tuesday utter the first Monday iu Kovem ber, 1SS9, to emend Section 25 of Article II. Section 18 of Article III. Sections i, C. 7. tf. 10. 12, 13 and 10, and to create Section 11. of Articlo IV, Section 1'Jof ArUcla VI II. Sec...

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. — 26 September 1889

'pMf -, ,- -?. THE HOCKING- -SENTINEL September 26, 89. f. K To be held at LOQAIT, OBOO, OCTOBEB 2, 3, 4, S, 188. SPEED PURSE $2,000. Races each day. Excursion rates on all Railroads. Children free October 4th. I j" li S-TBC3HT Pfe f"BC" THE jS3T ACS COVNT HMHa Tflkr in- , R" ip- I E . fe r k ; VL The Sentinel. -w EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS $1.50 Thubsdat, Sept. 26th, 1889. BEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, Or Butler. For Lieutenant- tfovcrnor, "WILLIAM V. SAKQUIS, or Logan. Fur Supreme Judge. MARTIN J). FOLLETT, Ot Washington. For Treasurer, WILLIAM E. BODEN, Of Guernsey. For Clerk of Supreme Court, L J. C. SHUMAOUEK, iicca. For Attorney General, JESSE M. LEWIS, - or Champaign. For School Commissioner, GHA&LES C. MILLER, X or Stark. For Board or 'Public 'Works, FBANK REiNOLDS, or Hamilton. Per State Senator. TIRGIL C. LOWRY, of Hocking County. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPH. &. HUFFMAN. Gf Perry County . Democratic County Ticket. BeprescnUtlve-'WIL...

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. — 26 September 1889

&&&rz- THE HOCKHSTG- SEjSTTIjSTEL,, September 26, '89. n-y..VTrr ...n.juig Local Items. Jl&Pn Tlie Re-tmion. Donovan Artistic Tailor, Mr. Will Moore Is in Cincinnali fliis week on business. Washington Wymun of Lancaster O. was in town on Friday. Miss. Tat feniney visited relatives an J friends in Luiic&Fler, last vreek Mrs. Joshnn Puling is lying dan gerously ill at lier homo near Log an. T. R Walbnm pension aty left Logan oa Tuesday for lronton, where be will remain until Friday. Mrs. Parker of Van. West who has been visiting friends in Logan returned to her borne on Monday. Dr. ttntter ot Marion Township attended the Reunion at this place laBt Thursday. Mr. John Sheets, of Marion Township, died at is home on Kush Creek, last Sunday. Rev. Alexander Ruble of Des raffe O. is visitiug friends in Logan and Vicinity, Mrs. Niufler ot Springfield O. is I Tieitingin Logan, Guest of Mr. I Win. Ruble. Mr. Will Bonnet. Conductor, who . was seriously hurt a few Jays ago if ...

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. — 26 September 1889

t --r , THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, September 96, '89. -"V J- 'J a?e &s Ij Iv. a ra r fc I? 13 U HOKHIBCE STORY. Caw St European Whs Tried to Eo7 a Hindoo Idol TVaa KUlod. L. T."cotrl!nites to tho TIraea of In Vi rewarkablo itor.T, for the truth of v, .Jcn uc tobdikm. uc says mai it Tvas rjr.MIM,liJ distinguished oiTlcor of ' tva MkIfm arniT. The facta Ii&to norcr speared la ay neiwpeper, nor are they v' be found tn any of ihc police records c x that country. For obvious reasons tlio . Vwm have iro altered, but to this (lay !--'- tHj camp-fires of the great festival held sWWy yaar to told with bated breath and HUtatd to with rapt attention the terriblo rlahflb Jewels of Juggernaut aud of s ngtaa.-e of the great god. ."..Itfcj yi-ars aro," said my friend, - '' "I una quartered j& Fnzarabad. an Ira .,, Mrtant military station about 150 miles nam Hie Madras coast. Unfortunately, at the time 1 was there, gambling and hettiag were much in rogue, and many saea plunged aud came to g...

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. — 3 October 1889

mr,?toirrm-mVrtt.ji f $ "- '-" i-m '1mm THE HOCKING SENTINEL. SUB3CRlPtIOK. . . . . . $1.50 M Business Curds, five lines or less per annntr. C6.0 The Sentinel. E OCKING ENTINEL. :o:- XiE-TIS GBEEXT, EPITOR AND PROPK1EIOK. Simple an uonnceroentor mrriga deaths nnd church and lrv.voIeut and '.'cvoleut ocletiea .userted frj njr addition to VOLUME 48: LOGAN. OHIO, THUKSDAI. OCTOBER 3 1839, "''""" TlTVTTTTrrlll 1i ii charged five cenU NUMBER 25, TE3MS - axtra per line "". - ! 1.50 I Th BO lent fitjosei AiwM to tlie CoBsfitntttB tf BIENNIAL ELECH0N& AMENDMENT NO. 4. enoK L Belt molred i th Oenersl As wnblrof th8tstot Ohio. That propositions tall b submitted to th electors of ibis state a th erst Tuesday afier tha flrst Mondax la frorcmksr, U8, to amend Eeetlon 23 of Artlclo t. Sctio 18 of Article III, Sections 1,6,7.9. 10, It, U and 18, and to create Section 11, of Article IT, Section U of Article VIII, Sections 2 and 4 of Article X, and Section a of Article XVL of she Constitution 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. — 3 October 1889

r-f Jry'iifty. j- imlT Tr - ' -- .31 V M i THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October & 'S9- The Sentinel. KDtTOR AND PROPRIETOR. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, Or Butler. 'For Lieutenant Governor WILLIAM V. MARQUIS, Vt liogau. .Fur Supreme Judge? ttARTIN J. FOLLETT, Ot Washington. Air Treasurer, WILLIAM E. BODEN, Of Guernsey, 'tor Clerk of Supreme Court, I. J. C- SHUMAOHEU, r.eca. For Attorney G6nerl, JESSE M. LEWIS, or Champaign' For School Commissioner, CHARLES C. MILLER, or Stark. For Board or Public Works, EKANK REYNOLDS, ' Or Hamilton. For State Senator. VIRGIL C. LOWItY, of JJocking County. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County. Democratic County Ticket .Representative WILLIAM P. P ICK. Amlllnr-WRriWVW. ARMFTRP"' itrniff-DANlEL W. WRir.HT. Coramissloner FRANCIS J. KREIG. ieoorder-DAVID M. O'HAKE. fnBrmary director PHILII! HANSEL. Coroner-DANIEL HEFT, lEROPOSITION FROM EX-SEN- ATOE TOWNSEND FOB A JOINT DISCUSSION. Senator Lowry Fats a Eck...

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. — 3 October 1889

THE HOCKIISra SENTINEL, October 3, 89. li a Local Items. a ponova5--Artisti&Taiior. C. II. Reichley smiles and says, "Its a boy' , , ,. Dr. Blosser ancTwife were in Geneva, lasl Sunday. And still we See some very fine peaches in our market. Mr. Law McGill is (raveling adjoining counties on business. A. E. McGrath, of the Mc Ar thur Enquirer, is attending our Fair. Ohas. Boardman, manager of Greendale Furnace, was in town yesterday. Chas. Gould, Jr., of the Moth erwell Works, is visitiug at In dianapolis, Ind. Dr. Farqnhar will be at the Rempel House on (he lOlh and lllh of this month. There are twice as many horses now on the Fair Grounds thati at any previous Fair, Mr. Leonard Fisher, of Ports mouth, was a guest of Mr. Julius Weis, on Sunday last. .Mr. John Hutchins and wife ' are visiling friends in Indiana, will be gone about a month. The County Fair now in pro gress, is the largest in entries and attendance that we have had yet. Mr. Abraham Beery and wife, of Marion township...

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. — 3 October 1889

3 THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 3, '89. A bead in pain leeki solitude IUb aloee nikeB a parade ot bia ahisery. A man doesn't know what be ran't do lifi he tries awl fails. Martha's Vineyard Herald. A letter slioics the man It is writ fan to, as well as the man it is Written bf. Advance. Troths differ. Sometimes they re told to a man's face, arm! some times behind his back. Therearo men who are really Wise. To be wise tn'one's own con ceit is to be otherwise. Boston Cosrier Be courageous arirnoble minded; our own heart, and not other men's opinions of us, form our truo honor. Certain fti&ng flaws sit as die gracefullf on a character of elegance as a ragged button on a court drees. Lavater. The tain man Molts u bis own person, Mil hore he is wronir; bnt be can not bear his own comany, and here be is right. Under certain conditions tbe tongue has to be so much restricted to the convention that it can at Ust 'utter nothing but old worn-out ph rates. We dnould love our friends as tru...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 October 1889

BE2J3 THE HOCKING SENTINEL. SuBscwniox. 1.50 Th ENTINEL. The Sentinel! I- -Business Curds. Ave liins nr less per annnm $fi.0 aw Simple announcement of marriages and deaths nud church and bcnevolcut oclelles .useited free. Any addition to obituary notices will be charged five cents extra per line :o:- I EDITOR AXD PKOPiaETOU. LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSDAL OCTOBER 10 L889. VOLUME 48: JSUJUBER 26. TERMS $1.50 "r V -v Hocking E s V ProjosM AiDntoBit to the Constitute of Obio. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Bictiob 1. Be it resolved by the General A aemblr ot the State oi Ohio. That proportions ball be submitted to the electors of this atate en the firtt Tnesdiir aftar the first Monday. In November, 18S9, to aaend Section 25 of Article n. Section 18 of Article TIL Section! 2, e. 7. 9. 10. II U and lC, and to create Section U, of Article IV. Section U of Article VIII, Cectiona a and t Article X. and Section S of Article XVI. of fee Constitution of the State of Ohio, ao they ball read as fol...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 October 1889

v , -j -vy i : y tir THE HOCKIiSTG- SENTINEL October 10, 'Sg. The Seistinei. EDITOR AND PROPB1ETOU. 2ERMS $1.50 ITfcrmTwk jfcSt "fc-Si V;&53 Thursday,, Oct. 10th, 1889. DEMOORATIOSTATE'TIOKEr; ForUovbruor, JAMES E: CAMPBELL, or Butler. Tor lieutenant" Governor, "WILLIAM, V. MARQUIS, Of IiOgHtl. . PT Saprcme Judge. MARTIN D. FOLLETT, Ot Washington. For Treasurer, WILLIAM JE. BODEN, t Of Guernsey. Tor Clerk of Supreme Court, I. J. C. 8HUMAOUEK, ecu. For Attorney General, JESSE SL LEWIS, Of Champaign. """ yor BchoolJComnilsalonor, CHARLES O-SMILLER, Of Stark. For Board of JPubllc Worki, FBAUK REYNOLDS, Of Hamilton. Don. Jamee W. Newman, of Portsmouth, has been nomina ted for Senator ly I lie Demo crats of the Seventh district. Mr. Newman is one of the a Idol Democrats in the Sfnle and hi? election to the Senate would not only be highly honorable to the Seventh District, but il would be a blessing to the whole Slate, lie has discharged the official duties committed lo him m the past...

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

- --"--- f- -7r- '- V 1 THE HOCKIlSra SENTINEL, October lO, S9. 1 w PT ?. f I 4 i li H ft? Wf & y I . ft fit m & f Local Items. -ffiUPre Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Walter Ridley has typhoid lever. Rev. Finney was appointed by I he Al. E. Conference to lake the place of Rev. Crooks at Smith's Chapel. David Miller, ono of the host citizens and farmers of Marion township, has s"ld his far.n and started VWstou Wednesday of this weoic. He expects to spend the The Hocking County Fair. . i winter in Allen county. Ohio, and Circuit Court opens to iy, and n,ml5n,lin .,,. iniI.. SSk-W " Mfc """ - I only Beven cases on, docket. Wm. Shingler of fiore attend ed the Fair on Saturday. John Foreman of McArlhur attended I ho Logan Fair. P. J Downey of Somerset was In town on Friday. Dr. Donnelson offiore was in town on Saturday and attended the Fair. Miss Lillie Price of Columbus is visitins in Logan, guest of ter uncle. Mayor Price. Chrisl Mank has malarial lover, and baa been conanod to the ...

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