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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 October 1889

THE I-IOCKIISra SENTINEL, October 10, '89. UJU inui '"'J-' k n j! fi) H117 h Al-a I BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE The Best Salve in the world I or Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fevor Sores, Titter, Chap ped Hands, Cbilbla;n8 Corns, ar 1 all Skin Eruptions, s nd positively cures rjles, or no paj required, i is guaranteed to give periect satis faction, or money refunded. Trie 25ceutB per box. For sale by F arriniton. FIRST BANK OF LOGAN LOGAN, OHIO. Cash Capital $50,000 J.WALKER, P:esidenl 0. E. Bowen, Cashier. Do asenernl banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper ami buys and sellsexchaiiKe. Bank In center room of fie James block Ja" ! THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. OTTT2 SSDOTT UillliMluiJiJ II, COLDMBnFrraHGIHra'HJDliHP i Soira'cus Hl!MnS UejIohdoS!y. ; Joml RAILROAD. && Fall and Winter is coming on, and with it the thou sand and one little necessities you are compelled to buy in order to be comfortably and neatly clad. Now we are making our stock a specialty f...

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. — 17 October 1889

3i P t. h i t- i fT. ,- THE HOCKING SENTINEL. SEL.J $1.50' SDB3CWPTION. . . . W Biulueu uanlc. five line orleopr annnm 1A.W 9-81mjleantiouiieementof marrlaces and deaths Hnd church ond benevolent amIaHm nHrlml fpM. AtlV nddltlOXl to obituary notice will be clinrgwinveceui xtra per line Prwti illicit to tie Coutitittt cfOMo, BIENNIAL ELECHONa AMENDMENT NO. 4. ncnoH L Be It retolred or the General Ae- vmblrof the State of Ohio. Tht prenotltl hall h Mitmf ttod t th lector of thl mens stata en the lint TaeeUy after th flrrt Xoada la KoTcmtier, 1KB, to amend Motion 30 ei Anuua n. EecUon IS of Article tit, Geetloni J. . 7. , IS, t IS and 18, and to create Section U. of Article IV, Section U of Artlole Till, Bectloas 3 aad t Article X. and Section S of Article XVI, of Ihe'CoBitltution e! the State of Ohlo,a they hall read ae follow: ' ARTICLE IL SiCS. The reenter eenioa ot each General AtMBblr ehall eomneace on the lint Ileaday at JaauatT next alter it it coomb. AKTICLEin. 8x0. 18. Wheneve...

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. — 17 October 1889

sg. .. v THE HOOKING SENTINEL, October 17, ' ? rt i v V i .& I- - The Sentinel. EDITOR AND rROPIUETOK. rSMS - - $1-50 Thursday, Oct. 17Ii, 1889. DEMOOBATIC STATE TICKET.' For Uovenior, JAMES E. OAUl'BELL, or Butler. ' For tleulenant Governor,. "WILLIAM V. MARQUIS, Of XjOgati. For Supreme Judge. STAKTIN D. FOLLETT, OfTVasblngton. For Treasurer, WILLIAM i& BODEN, Of Guernsey. For Clerk of Supreme Court, EJ. C SHUMAOUEK, For Attorney General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Of Champaign. For SchoolJCommissioncr, CHARLES 05MILLER, Of Stark. For Board of , Public Works, FKANK REYNOLDS, Of Hamilton. Por State Senator. VIRGIL C. LOWItY, of Hocking County. For Common Pleas Judge. JOSEPI1 G. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County. Democratic County Ticket. Jteprorentatlve "WILLIAM P. P ICE. Auditor NELSON ARMSTRONG. SherlfT-DANIEL "W. WRIGHT. CoKimiKloner-FRANCIS J. KKEIG. asoorder-DAVID M. O'HAKE. Inflrmary Director PHILir HANSEL. Coroner-DANIEL HEFT; DEMOOBATIC EXECUTIVE OJMMITTEE. O. W. H. WRIGHT, Chairman L. ...

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. — 17 October 1889

THE I-IOCKlNa SENTINEL, October i"7- '89. GBI ; i ? r ! I- M L! i I t tr v Local Items. DonovanArtistic Tailor. T. Jl. Walbnra is in Iron 1 on this week. A splendid lot of oak shingles for sale at Tipton's. Dr. G. W. Beerv, of Union Furnace, was in lon yesterday. BIm. Thomas Pumphry of Mnx ville, died Ust Saturday of can cer. Jim and Will Xillsmillipr in- tend leaving next Monday (or Texas. - tVe call attention of the Indies to the advertisement of Collins & Moore. Dr Ira Ilamblin, of Columbus, visited. his mother, of our town, last week. We saw upon our streets yen. terday, Mr. J. J. Culberlson, ol WcAnhur. Mr. Syan, of Athens, is spend ing a few days our town, guest of John F. While. Mr. and Mrs. O'Neil, of Eelpre. have been visiting Will Weil zel's the past week. Nelson Armstrong, of South Perry, our candidate for Auditor, was in town Wednesday. Jacob Beckwortli, near Carbon Hill, waB killed last Friday in a voal bank, by falling slate. Mrs. Ward, of New York, i visiting in L...

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. — 17 October 1889

IS LV J THE HOCKING!- SBsTTIEL, October !, '89. i -i. i-i m a...- nm.ini..i,-s-it I'. fc i nana 11 i i 111 ii'iif -L'-M'"1 fn-i tag aBBg a ii iuta,iicEgaa"c,MM" i . - kaTiaaartajacaaaaBB . . f A Somerville man says hard labor is the- best cure for the blues; at least that is what you always tell oth er people. According to the Atchison Globe, the nearer the man en a journev draws to a large town the smaller he feels. The "Baltimore American Bays that doubtless one rea son why the bustle is aban doned is because it has fal len from grace, Westener finds that when n nrl falls in love she stops t saying her prayers, but after sue is miiniuu. them again. A Bcd.cn fellow says a great many girls aie bound to show their feet at a pic- i nic, even if they have to swing for it. , I A bald-heaclecl man suys his hair reminds him of or.fi his monov it is e parted. ..mlMUVC ATYVTfIA . si .. I1,a rinnnKfnfinii JLUUiV"JaW o xiixj.jj.i- ITOpSda Alfluflaiiium to m uuiuuiuuim salve gf OlfO, I The Bes...

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. — 24 October 1889

J V ' A ""tv- V s fl'.'W.W W"" -- " cs- " fii .J- -r ? 3T THE HOCKING SENTINEL. Subscription. $1.50 Buines8 Curds, five lines or less per nunnm ffl.oO . S-Simple anuonr.ccmentof mnrrioces and deaths and church and benevolent ocletlcs .usrrtcd free. Any addition to obituary notice will be cluiigod Ave cent i extra per line The Hocking Sentine l 3 VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, XHDB8DAI. OCTOBER 2d, 1889. JSUMBER 28. The Sentinel; :o:- r.23-WS GREEN, EDITOR AS1) PROPRIETOR.' TESMS $1.50 Proposefl Aiwiient to tie CoMtalto ofOMo. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Without any exaggeration we are showing the largest and most complete line of Sscnoxl. Be it resolved by the Genera" Af mnlilrnf thn State of Ohio. That nronosltiont hall be submitted to the electors of this state ou the first Tuesday after the first Monday In November. 1883. to amend Section St of Article f I. Section 18 of Article III. Section 2, 6, 7. 8, 10, 12, 15 and 16, and to create Section 11. of Article IV, Section 12 of A...

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. — 24 October 1889

-c a IV t? y rk ft ir'- il F' fnm'rm Es3rr THE JfLOeiiHsTG- SENTINEL October It ir n KJ' I'll t The Sentinel. :o xetotxs o-oaEBiT, KDITOK AND PHOPUIKTOR. TERMS $1.50 Thtjbsday, Oct;, 24fcli, 1889. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. for Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, or Butler. For Lieutenant Govornor, "WILLIAM V. MARQUIS, , OflVogMi. For Supreme Judge.-. . MARTIN D. FOLLETT, Ot 'Washington. For Treasurer, 'WILLTAM. :E. BODEN, or Guernsey. For Clerk orSupremo Conrt, I. J. C. SHUMACUEIi, Tor Attorney Genor-1, JESSE 51. LEWIS, Or Champaign. For BchoolCommIssIonor, CHARLES CSMILLER, or Stark. For Board of.Puulio "Works, . FfiAUK REYNOLDS, Or Hamilton. For Stats Senator. VIRGIL C. LOWJir, of IIockiiiR County. For Common Pleas Judge. 'JOSEPH Q. HUFFMAN. Of Perry County. Democratic County Ticket. Kapresentatlvc "WILLIAM P. P ICK. Auditor 2JELSON ARMSTRONG. BhenlT-DANlEL "W. WRTOIIT. Commlssloner-FItAKCIS J. KREIG. Jieoorder DAVID M. O'HAUE. Infirmary nirector-PHIUr HAKSEL. Coroner-DANIEL HEFT, DEMOCRA...

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. — 24 October 1889

I. w t " THE HOClKlSf & SISfTIBf EL, October 24, 'S3. I JiSi 4 U it i Tt 1 t rf u 4 i Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. To the L wry. front Huffman and The reunion is over. See Char- ley Gould. Dr. ilansen, of Nelsohville, was in town last week. Mr. Walt Bisley is still down with typhoid lever. Next Tuesday a week is elec to i day, and don't for(et it. King Bob Kennedy will speak m Lognu on lo morrow evening. John Harlow, of New Lexing ton, was in town last Monday. ' I'hilip Slislior is building: an addition to his dwelling house. Mr. Vint Ferguson, oflSuch tel, was in town on Monday labt. John Dunlap, or Creola. Vin ton county, was in town ou Mon day. Leonard Weaver has return ed from a visit in North Western Ohio. Mr, Wm. Bay bold, of New Straitsville, spent Monday in our town. Frank Smith has built a fine barn on his premises ou Orchard Etreet. Ex Sheriff Curran,. of New Straitsville, was in town on Sat unlay. Thos. G. Sunderland, of Rad cliffe, O., Sundaj ed with his fam...

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. — 24 October 1889

-rlJSiA i-A J, THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, October 24, v8. 9 ti U A S W A PAH0TJS H3TITUTI02I. A. correspondent of the Fair field (Me.) Journal vnes as fol lows, from Buffalo, N. Y.: "Editor of Jotjrnai,: Think ing that it might interest some of your readers and make cood my jJromise to you at the same lime. 1 will write a few lines concin ing the famous Woild's Dispen sary and Invalids' Hotel and Snr gic'al Institute. Let meat first disclaim any selfish motive, or de&ire to advertise or puff this or any industry. Thousands ol dol lars are expended every month to keep the merits of this insti tution before the world and its managers ask for HO FREE ADVERTISEMENTS. A healthier or more convenient city for those afflicted could not have been selected in which to place such an institution than Buffalo, N. Y- But concerning Ihe city and its attractions I will write in some future letter. 'Ihe World's Dispensary Medical As nocialion occupies two large and magnificent buildings upon Main an...

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. — 31 October 1889

Z7F7 ,i. -T '-jtrmt S. - T J-V-S'-' : v l '' -ip-r J" --vs- '- jX-j p r & SENTINEL. .... $1.50' Subscription. 9BusIuesfe Cards, five Hues or lees per nnnnm 8fi.tJ0 e-Slmoloanuounceraentor marriages and deaths and church aud benevolent j ocletlcs .nserted free. Any addition to obituary notices will be charged five cents extra per llr.o Projosei Aicatoeit to tie Constitute of Ho. BIENNIAL ELECTIONS. AMENDMENT NO. 4. Hrrnrm i. ft It resolved br the tiers! As- emblr of the Ktata of Ohio. , Thai proposition. hall be submitted to the electors of this state THE HOCKING SENTINEL.- on the first Tuesday after the lint Monday. In November, 18S9, to amend Eectlou 25 of Article 11. Section 18 ot Article III, Sections 2, 6, 7. 9. 10, 12, is and 16. and to create Section U, ot Article IV. Section 12 of Article VIII, Sections 2 and 4 ot Article X. and Section s of Article XVI. oX the Constitution of the 6tate of Ohio, so they shall read as fellows: ARTIOtE H. Sec. 85. The regular session of eac...

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. — 31 October 1889

P--aaaji 'y-t.-'r r -wrr"- 71SLK HOCKING SENTINEL, October 31, 'SO- -;! n fHrraaagfagi-.,.. r?: K i I-" X k v i nv V I j- The Sentinel. -:o:- ED ITOU AND PROPRIETOR. TERMS $1.50 Thursday, Oct. ,31st, 1889. BEMOCBATIG STATE TICKET. or Governor, JAMES K. CAMPBELL, Of Butler. tFor Lieutenant Governor, WILLIAM V. MARQUIS, or Logan. Fur Supreme Judge. . MARriN D.KFOL.LETT, 01 "Washington. . For Treasurer, -N WILLIAM :E. BODEN, . Of Guernsey. H For Clerk of Supreme Court, 'I. J. 0. SliUMAO UEli, ecu . Tor Attorney Genenl, , JE&SK M. LEWIS, Of Champaign. For SchoollConimissionor, CHARLES C. MILLER, Of Stark. For Boardor. Public Works, . JfKANK REINOLDS, Of Hamilton. AEepublican Scheme. In haimony with their long system of Ir.ui'is. the managers of the Republican party have sent lo liie Di'innirraiic enndi dales for KtwiPtor and Represen tative in the M'xeral enmities of the Stale, nipplies of blips Willi the ollii-o and name of the candi date printed in red ink on YSLLW TlNXfcD l.l'B!i...

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. — 31 October 1889

-, "- TV ' V THE HOCKIISra SENTINEL, October 31, '89. "ZlitSPSg?" V- w U & P: Local Items. DonovanArtistic Tailor. Castle Gallagher coulains nine prisoners. W. J Mc&Janigal. of Orbiston, whs in lown on FriilHy. Will Guthrie Iiri bren on the tick list for several days. Mr. John Wolf, of Junction City, wait in lown on Monday. -Mrs. Jacob Schwarz has been quile sick during the past weyk. Hon. Jos. H. Outhwaite made a pleasant call at the Sentinel office, Friday last. -Mr. John Hntcluns and wife have returned from an extended visit among friends in Indiana. We are sorry lo learn that Mr John W. Ball in not able to walk about the house without help. We are glad to note that Mr. ' John Noteslone. who has "been Kick for several days, is agaiu in town. Miss Lucy Wright gave the class of 92 a very pleasant en tertainment on last Thursday evening. The best brands of whisky are "McGibbon's Edse Water0 and "Limestone." John Sliuher in eole agent. MARRIED at the Hunter St. Lutheran Churc...

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. — 31 October 1889

"? ' . ' THE HOCKIlSra SENTINEL, October 31, 'Q9. ::J T jilr.Mit.r.rtwii .r h K hk -k vf !"- - -'f v. hs ??. I', is -. Fi W It h ISt PISH ON THE TABLE. B -Too Much Mtat Injurious as an ArtlcU or Diet. There can bo no doubt lliat it would be better for the brain and nervous frs tern if fish oftener replaced meat as n article of food. Too stimulating .-. heating diet has been the cause of &e ;- diseases. Fish is one of the most . :lr dijrc:ed of foods. A medical author ty states that trout is digested In one hour and milk not till two hours. The reason far 'the case with, which fish is digested is Uml small amount of fat contained. Cod and light-colored fish arc mere easily ass'rai'.nted into the system than the dark er kin s, though not us nutritious. Cookings sacrifices tlieir best quality. Clam and oyster waters are now being much used for invalids. Fist is nol only a very important and wholesome '" food, but it is less expensive than meat " The se of fiih affords one of the ea...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 November 1889

w-.'Jgr --" w " Tprv xi it sr: r i Td.n; JLlUUKLNtr SENTINEL. SUB3CUIPTJ0N. $1,501 OCKING. ENTIN The Sentinel. feV -:o:- , W Business Curds, five lines or less per' -." l' Jinnnm SO.oo " IiEWIS C3-HEE3ST, EDITOR XXD PROPRIETOR. W Simple announcement of marriages and deatusxnd clinrch and benevolent -fl oeletles -nserted free. Any addition to LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1889. obituary notice will bo charged live cent VOLUME 48: MM13ER 30. TERMS $1.50 xtra per Hl.o fi- s. r - .vj- 1 T-TTT EL. - I l v If 15 t mv iw Without any exaggeration-we are showing the; pbndid ANIMATION. 4Ka Bemartabte BeaiuottsUo of Clor- I a m" w t KlM w flCW WTM9J. la-rarest and most complete line of j jHye death, of Mind-reader Bishop, 617s , 11 jmrcnoia (. j.) letter to tlie Sow York Jorn!d, recalls ono of tho most remark silo cases of suspended animation that pf Uid Rev. William Tennent, Jr., of the liSrst Presbyterian church of Freehold. I U"r. Tennent came from Ireland and was educated at the Log c...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 November 1889

yj?,i-"?S ,J i THE HOOKING SBJjSTT.L3n EJL.. November 'f, '89- ;cgHBSgsgss3raagcgagtEBara5a3S3g VjZSX-KZZZSKZ Z5aaZ&S3!S32SS2t22 rv? v ft St 'r. Is K K? .. J. tCL- '? ' !i IV- Ul Ft -2. if' ip it. V b tec srscszssssa&ssf: -The Sentinel. X22"S7i7-IS GrtREESST, EDITOR ANDJPROPKIETOR. TEUMS $i.r ffa Have the Earth! CoLusibus, O.. October 6ih. To tli9 Seotixel ; We carry the Slate by ten thousand, and the Legisla ture by eighteen on joint ballot. Jas. E. Neal, Ch'm. Dem. Ex. Com. The Flags are safe wliile I ani Governor. Jas- E. Campbell. V" And Isa,ac went out to meditate in the field at the eventide : and lie lifted up his eyes, and saw, and, behold, the camels were coming'. Genesis, 24th chap., 63d verse. Logan, O. To the Governor : "Hold the flags all hazards." A. H. Brooke, T. S. Pursell. Ex-soldiers at Democrats Said So. It was a fight on Foraker from Mart to finish; not o mncli on Uiird tormiPtn or nnyilrng olsi n a beuslly. bitter Hunt on For aker. Ohio Slate Journal. We...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 November 1889

-pr ," 'r' --.ryvT-5 . --"-53 vj - l& If l I & : i ' ; 3KKS2KSffi333rS5S533S2EeS5 THE SOCKING- SENTINEL November 7, SO. gynmi'hMiwwnfts,,.gaacggsa Local Items. Ty Tli gnaids from the peniten ti.iv wlm li rtvtt In niddlino' I -' ' " politic! tiirnugli the state for the last week, may uow go back fur a short timo. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Clean the rapcalsotit. Tho eleclion is clear over. Let us now make up and Do friends. Hi Brown is not as high as he thought he was. What's the mailer with Camp bell ? He's all jight. J. M. Payne, of New Plymouth, was in town on Saturday. A tabulated leport of the elec tion vtill be Riven next cek. The grand jury held Envision iix 3ays, and toutid thirty indictments. Miss Kate Flegel, of Lancaster, visited Miss Tat Rainey last week. The ladies of the Home and Foreign Missionary Societies will giv a pie social at the residence rf Rev. J. F. Williams on Or chnid street, next Wednsdaj eve ni.ig. Admission 10 cents. All are cordially invited. m m ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 7 November 1889

'--- ---?ax- 'J.1 VHtv." ..'( s v 1 , S H'l V r .V . -" lv I? . ? IBM, - Iff" r I? I .3". tV A wholesale clritsr house goffers an inducement to any 'on Tffho will invent a pow- aer mat will exterminate humbugs. A western paper finds that ,by using the faith cure or 1 the elixir of life, manv peo- c-jple are dying now who never joiea oeiore. w, y Another imnunsr acci- .- . . -Vdant." That seems to be" the -. principal occupation of hun " tera, hunting accidents and tthftv find them frenuentlv. C?-iC- J 1 -' '',' lt is said that some law- js,y ere -with a "view of increas Tng" their business are pre K narinff for a movement to r 4 have bad cooking made one of the legal causes for di vorce. E. W, Abbott, an officer of the Massachusetts Reforma tory, owns the largest dog in the country. It is of the lion breed of mastitis, weighs JL$2Ibs.. is 33 inches high, ' and 6 feet 11 inches long. A Californian who carried - ahorned toad to England and Bold it for fifty dollars, has sent home for ...

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

tRsa'iwSSRHS? - -v t y :- g, ppim SKSSW .- it THE HOCKTXa SENTINEL. SOB3CBIITIOX. $1.50 The Hocking ENTINEL. The Sentinel, V Business Cnrds.ave lints ur leu per nnnm $G.W WBiraplc announcement of marriage and deaths and church and benevolent oelellM .nsertod free. Any addition to obituary notices will bo charged Ave cent ztra per line . LEWIS GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOLUME 18: LOGAN, OHIO, THUBSMI. NOVEMBER 14 1889. JSUMBJER 31. TERMS $1.50 Is : s 1 . w r i . i i. - , , i i i i . Without any exaggeration, we are showing the largest and most complete line of Nliiili'llrjlioinl and the most varied assortment of Novelties that has ever been shown in Logan. Our buyer has just returned from the East, having bought some very uesiraoie wings in oneway 01 ress urooas ana Ladies9 Wraps. """ForTlieirSaUes. i)o not display your child. Do not let her in the middle 9f the floor to bo admired. Do not encourage her to talk in the prosen.Ce Of neighbors or family friends mvcV lett strangers, ...

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

J -A. -t $3:-" r I-! THE MOCJiilNG-SEIsrTlNEll,,- iSToy ember 1-L & 9. - . -j hr?a ?- 1 jmr I- r - r y , s s"v I- t ! C5 14f ft -v ?: " bt ' it i-. K. e r i? i I. i J- lr r r k if The Sentinel. EDITOR ANDPUOrUlETOK. TE3MS $1.50 What Has He to be Thankful For ? lK ygS Thubbdat, Nov. 14th, 1889. The tariff will b9 revised. The rooster crop of Una j-ear is unprecedenled. Sectionalism and slander are dead issneun Ohio. Dead! Dead!! Dead!!! Boss km,.Third Termism, Forakerism. It may be expected that the ltepublican party will hedge faster now on tho tariff qneslion. You cannot observe any panic in business circles because Ohio is to-have a Democratic govern or and legislature. "The tariff issue had very com siderable to do with it," remarks the Republican Philadelphia Tel egraph, on the Iowa result, and continuing it says: "The bars jwedow.in the great "West aud they will never be put up as high as they have been, along the ultra-protection-lines. The cry for revenue reform has taken...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 November 1889

Ji sag? &&&i -f v ;, ," w? jtnS ' W"1. T ,1 i - ,A- "vV f" . -" 1i THE HOCKING SBNT?INiEL, November 4, SS. hi . r ' Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Pay attention Hunt ere.? to "Notice to Mich' Snider, nf Somerset, was in towrryeslerddy. Josie Bodies! er smiles all over liis pleasant face. It is a boy who came last Thursday. Perry ami Vintrin counties liave both gone Democratic by majorities from one to nine hun dred. Lowry's majority in the dis trict is 1193, a pain OTer the last senatorial election of about 1500. Tom Allison, of Benton, knows how to dispose of Republican campaign boodle. Oliver Oaks purchased ttie Eg- glsston property on Oak street and now occupies the same. Mad Wade, of Finler, "visited lug father, Mr. Ed Wade, of our (own, last week. We stop tho press to serve no tice on our Republican brethren that the election is now over. I fl.int. Dnvfl Miller will now pay toll on the Ilocking canal. Frank Brewer, of Haydenville, lias agreed to wheel Dick Sm...

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