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

-" ' t,-n',- o-5 '-'s'v THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, November 14:,. '89. r?- i- A I fi. . M rf-rA hP l. i' cr ! lo r NT l?r h '.. tBE POULTRY YAED. ducks the S ; Corn is apt to Rive cramps. Clean out the nests. Yermin ! Vensitt ! Never put kerosene on chicks for the lice. Jlf you use grease ou chicks use it sparingly. Baolains hatched in Angus! are the most promising. Manure piles are good for I he production of gapes in chickens The falling over of a roosler'u comb shows that he is in bad health. Never make a wood ashes. It fowls' legs. In all your ponllrv deaHn Thanksgiving Day. Proclamation by the President. (lust bnlh olv bleaches the no not ioret unit "liouesly" is the bess policy. Ducks are generally hardy but Ihey dare not become wet as long as they have their down. Black fowls have white skin. There Is a prejudice against "white skinned fowls in the mark et. Care must be taken wifh young turkeys until they "shoot the red.? That is the critical point of their life. A Do not have mo...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 November 1889

-gr Jr&P8&&pn ' ---r ' v I:- , THE HOCKING SENTINEL Subscription. $1.50 1 ocking Sentinel Ji The Senhnelv aa-Basinets Uirdi.fivo Hilts or low per nnnm S0.00 simple announcement of marriages and death and church and benevolent oaletlec' .ntorted free. Any addition, to bltnary notices will bo chargsd fivecents extra per lice EDITOR ASV PROPRIETOR. a LOGAN, OHIO. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1880. VOLUME 48: DUMBER 32.. " 3l TERMS $L5a -21, liBm A;?" VS '':.'".'"-'' r The fa- C- '$ I f? fc. I Sf Guthrie 1 Watortk! FALL AND WINTER OPENING, Is now in full force, with a magnificent line of commodities, fresh from the best market of the country. Our Dress Goods Department Is replete in Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids Sac iugs Broad clothes Flannel and ,iv .-, ai : k f t.oo TTnrlrwpar. Shawls. Scarfs. Skirts, &c. Full line of Children and Misses Print Skirts. Gents Jeans and Cassimere Pants, Wool Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Winter Hats, Caps, etc. See our ROLL OF HONOR They ar...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 November 1889

' rev n THE HOCKIIsraSKKTIl tsovembei.- '3i, s. . sr ! s ; r.i r - ' . l' V I , ft fc v in v tv- tr Is !S r RE E !' V f b- T lfl IS r l if i h m I r p i The Sentinel. -E,E"WXS GKEEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. tERMS $1.50 Thuksuay, Nov. 21st, 1889. Therecenl revolution in Brazil, Mems to strike the world- with surprise, This' change- in the form of Government, was not looked for until after the death of the Emperor. Don Pedro. But it peems that the Emperor was Jooked iipon with suspicion and the provincial government abol ished the monarchy. The revolutionary commission Addressed a message to the em psror telling him to leave the country in 24 hour?. The em peror acknowledged this and lelt at once for Europe! The Brazilian republic will give the emperor a certain amount to live on in Europe. It is thought that the republic is a certainly, and great enthu siasm prevails. It is slated that Dom Pedro said, a few'monlhs ago, to ftis prime minister, that the government had not much longer to...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 November 1889

n" - ' ZA r - - - C?"5 '?5gfSr5 :-f"' &' THE EtOCJitlNG- SENTINEL November 21, 8. . ..! ll-ilUM -.U -n-,.-- u? 4 fr- Local Items. '"""SBflfcP' DonovanArt isfic Tailor. Albert Becker lias made an assignment to Geo. IJarlman. A full line of fine Soaps at Bishop tfc Sons. Masfrr Will Brown, of Colum has, Sundnyed in Logan. C. II. Boardman, of Grecndule, Was in town on Monday. Misi Clara Slither Iisb been quite. ill for the pHit three or four dais. Cape Cod Cranberries, at Bishop & Sons. Benjamin Alt op has removed Iiis family to Circlevillo. Mr a. J. L. Bright is vuiting in the country; Mr. Ieom Finley, of Hallsville, Mo-gun Comity, spent Friday in Logan. Fresh Bulk Oysters, at Bishop & Sons. John Foremnn, of He Arthur. spent Friday and Saturday in torn. Mr. Will Bort, of Nelsonville, Is visiting his parents in this place. Now Nuts of all kinds for the Holidays, ut JBieLop & Sons. Thursday next is Thanksgiv ing day. Up to this hour no turkey has put in an appearance. Fr...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 November 1889

? ' - -,. ss, - THE HOCKING SENTINEL, November 21, '89. ;V- -vtf a rV-L. t .& i ir j?; ls J T :' SSt f I' & v r $ ' ft.v e " K . i m "& t' r 1 If . 1890. HARPER'S BAZAR. ILLUSTRATED. 6rper Bazar ia a journal for the borne- diving tbo lategt inior BMlln with regard to the fashions, he numerous illustrations, fashion ulftts, mid pattern sheet supplo tvelU mre indisponeable alike to the hone dressinaker and the profesa teaal aodiste. No expense is spared ia snaking its artitiic attractiveness af the highest order. Jts clever abort' atones, parlor plays and ' thoughtful CB8JV8 satisfy all tastes, and its last page is famous as n tadget of wit and humor. Iu its , weekly issues everything is includ- , d which is of Interest to wotnon. . j6ariBK 1890, Ohve Thorne Hitler. Christine Terhune uerrick, and .Hary Lowe Dickinson will re ipectivelT furnish a series of pa pers on uThe Daughter at Home,'' '-Three, Meals a Day' and "The Womau of Ibe Period.'' The serial jwvels will be wri...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 November 1889

-xfCf TT.V 17 .fi " Jf ""V ""-TS4S. ' "lA -W -frrf-t iT 'I - .L-- "v "-- -fV- : f J ''IS ,TRE HOCKING SENTINEL The Sentinel, 3 Subscription. $150 :o: - L2WIS G-iREEasr, KDITOIt ANU I'UOPKIETOn S- Business Cards, Ave lines or less per milium S6.U0 f ,. ear Simple Rnnouncornentof marriages and deaths and church and benevolent 'octettes ..uscrled free. Any. addition to obituary notices will be cuared ttTccent. R LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28 1889. NUMBER 33. VOLUME 18: TERMS $1.50 oxtra per lice J? - Y nrr-TBrT iT --r Lm WCM sgWM""gSBllnlIH IWI MBSMMa KasMsaM MMBMgMM"l'llllllal111 " " ' ttHMlSc m . - -.- H if L -. ---- ! IMli nUCJlJNCJ OJ1JN 1JJN J-. i v ' " - if - !! V V.9 & Guthrie STff afewroth ! FALL AD WINTER OPENI II Is now in full force with a magnificent line of commodities, fresh from the bestsniarket of the country. Our n Dress Goods Bepartmexr Is replete in Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Sacings, Broad clothes Flannel and wE. Also a' luce line of Ladies Under...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 November 1889

Sfcs: vFi? "tSwY8" 'x H.'iftfi y-i-.-. ,-.syflH-rvi ,,fiigsyya:Sg?gpg--Sg Y J"rw ttxiwa "m S'' "SS.1,"' 'rrPV' ,l-l : Af ?- iSv;i "? THE .HOCKIISra SENTINEL, November 23, '89. MRr.-" ". 1 . . . U. U ' "ff"""""""""P a m " " rJ :. j.i ..v. hrf lo.. b-lr U ?$ - fe-V r. rJT : f - e r-t- 5-v. Iu IV r: t Vrfi ' I ' It- fe-, ls : The Sentinel. -:o: tBWIS ooREEnsr, KDITORANDPEOPE1ETOR. .- lERMS - How Shall a Minister Have Power ? NEWS OF THE WEEK. Two n I i K3 iTmiESDAT, Nov. 28th, 1889. Death of Geo. H. Peadlotcn. It !a with profound reprrt that tre announce ttio death of one of Ohio's greatest men. Ho was a wemberot Congress for five terms, a Seaater ono term, and Minister to Germany under llio Cleveland idmiaistration. lie died in BruFids, last Sun day ,. from apop'exy. Mr. Pendleton was ono of the great nen of our nation. He was intelligent and wob honest He was "gentleman George," in all ' tkat that implies. His death is public bereavement, and . will be "sincerely mourned by his raaay...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 November 1889

. -; jSizprj- -ivj ""SSJ" V H-JTKISSli &?-Z'7gXf$--ft$t? V - , isif.r .tj1 & l?t ; s. v THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, November 28, 89. --- -S5 ?. I? rV FM- Twi. rv I K' F! e: 5 A t i i Local Items. t Donovan Artistic Tailor. Mrs. J. W. Weller lias been sick for several any 8. . Mi-Lucy -Walker, ol' Kansas City, Mo., 1ms returned to Logan. Miss Maggie Bennett, of Chil . licolhe, is visiting friends iierc. Charlie Stiers started fur Zanesville on Friday, to attend the Zanesville Business College. Mayor Finlev. of Slrailsville, was in the city Tuebday, on busi uess. Auditor Bowen attended the Slate Auditors' annual meeting - in Columbus, laBt week. J. B. Stieri of New Straitsville, pent ( Sunday wiUi Jiis family here James Moore, of Columbtir, one of the guards al the peuiten fiary from this county, tnenl Fri day in Logan. i .Lewis Feddycott was sent to llie Zanesville work house on the 25th inst., for assault and battery. Major 'Carlisle, of Lancaster, was in town Monday and made a p...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 November 1889

? v rrj ' fS-L .ff 5tt THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, November 2S, "89. ff1hiY1llll,i'TrrT0!l,riarart7:aae i m. -iTTi-rmawyiigmT7gMKn .-- r - " -. 3- v t . i".iV- j. sU ki -. f -i - - iv . rV?. i L - ; , -. -as F- -K - .jrii fc . vva n- w. rv V l " IF ' m 4&3L. f li h 1890; tiARPER'S BAZAR. ILLUSTEATED. Hnrpcr'e Bazar is a journal For Hie home Giving the latest infor- rbalibn with regard to llio fashions, Kb uutuerous illustrations. IhsIi.oii p'ates, una pattern sheet supple feetts are ind spensable alike to the home dressmaker and the profees- - Tonal ruodisic. No expenso is pparen in making its artistic attractiveness of the highest order. Its clever aorfc Stories, parlor plays, and thoughtful essays Satisfy all tastes, and its last page is famous as a budget of wit aud humor. In its weekly issues everything is includ- d which is of Interest to vomen. JbariHK 1890, Olive Thorno Miller. Christine Terhune nefriclc, and rlfrry Low Dickinson will re gpfctlvoly furnish a seties of pa pers ...

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. — 5 December 1889

"" SB Jj S "'. -0" '"i'KTW5 " ?' " " 7 S??P"1 -J't-"SJKri. " - &&- y i S J r V- i- : M f -Cv -- iff Lwe'" w THE HOCKING SENTINEL SUBSCRIPTION. $1.50 T W Business Cards, Ave ilue6 or less per annnm.B0 " j. ma-Simple ifcinonncement of marriages and deaths nd church and beneTOleut octettes .nsexted froe. Any addition to obituary PotieMWlllbe chared IIto cents "ixtra per lluo - .-.-. - The Sentinel. VOLUME 48: , .i. 6s t5A WAN, OHIO,, fflURSMYBfCEIBER 5 1880. 34". 3 The Sentinel! ' EDITORAXDPBOPB1ETOS. TERMS $1.50 "V" Guthrie 4 Wadsworth ! FALL AND WIN "WEEKLY fl Vie Gods We Worship. 79 TER OPEN IMP E Is now in lull force, with a magnificent lino of commodities, fresh from the best market of the country. Our ill 111 JUlftl will Bt: Years Old -IN 1890 3 5 Dress Goods D epa: Is repletein Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Sacings, Broad clothes Flannel and KS Also a nice line of Ladies Underwear, Shaw Is, Scarfs, Skirts &c Ful line of Children and Misses Print Skirts. Gents...

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. — 5 December 1889

v :S THE HOOSIHSTG- SENTHSTEL December 5, '89- lt kv , j.r l-x I" The Sentinel. -:o:- LE"WIS GKBEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. THanfesgiving Sermon. continued rnmr fiust page, TE2MS Thubsdat, Dec. 5th, 1889. The year of disaster which came io with flood is going out in flame. Gov. Foraker declines to allow friends to urge him for the vacancy on the Uuilcd States Supremo Bench. Ho cvdently knows when he has enough of defeat. Tho 51t OongresR of the United States met at Washington. D. C, on Monday lait, with Senator Reed of Maine, as Speaker of the Uousd. On Tuesday,. President Harrison presented his message to Congrtss, which is strongly censured by many prominent high protective tariff mon of his party for the Democrat ic ideas contained therein. Hear what he has to tay : First, li6 recommends that measures be taken to provido against tho formation of a surplus in J.ho treasury, and eajs that Congress Bhould find somo means of disposing of any surplus t&at may collect after Congress...

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. — 5 December 1889

"; w"v5 .1- "K Tfi HOOKING- SENTINEL, December 5, '89. fi 1-3 ft R tu ff Local Items. "'ffl onovaii Artistic Tai I or. Mrs. L, J. Horn has roturnod from a pleasant visit among friends In Penntylvonta. Mr. Jacob Keller, son of Mr John Keller, is visiting Ins brother-in-law in Putnam counij, Ohio. Miss dishing, of Kentucky, is isiting Mrs. Frank James ot our town. Mr George J. Fniecli, ot Corn ing, spent Tliankngiving day with bis mother of this place. Jcsso Gabrel of Athens is spend inp a few days in the Queen City of the Valley. Mr. Frank Martin has returnad from an extended visit in Ken tucky. Miss Mattie Coo, one of tho teach ere of Vinton county, is in Logan, guest of her uncle, Low McGiU. Mrs. Home, who has been visit ing frmnds in the Pennsylvania oil repions, returned ho:ne last week. Frank McGce, Prosecuting At torney of Vtnt'Ui county, was a caller at th& Sentinel office last Monday. Unc'e Josh Green, of near Som erset, visited in Logim last week. He is a Col. Brice oian...

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. — 5 December 1889

'z. - t v'i "' -. k TEGE HOIKING- SENTINEL, December 5, 'S9. A it c $3sr' l: iu. ? 1 J --. ' ' 4 r k i k f IXr r-4 1890, HARPER'S BAZAR ILLUSTRATED. Harper's Bazar is a journal for tbe home- Giving the latest infor mation with regard to tlio fashions, .its numerous illustrations, fashion plates, una pattern sheet supplo roctte are iudispsnsahle alike to the homo dressmaker and the profess ional modiste. No' expenso is spared In making its artistic attractiveness of the highest Order. Its clever hort stones, parlor playo, and thoughtful e33ays talis.3' all tastes, and its last page is famous as a liudgfit of wit tind humor. In its weekly issues everything is includ srl which is of interest to women. During 1890, Olive Thorno Miller. Christine Terhune uerriclc, and ilary Lowe Uiekinson will re epectivcly furiiish a series of pa lters on uThe Daughter nt Homo,' Throe Mcalg a Day.' and "The Woman of the Period." The serial novels will he written hy Waller lietant and W. F. Uobinso:. Har...

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 December 1889

S -. - .jjiiJW I'rsr -'TP" " - &&? 'TrJ'Wi:, ' tf 5$g3SV '?'"& J ClM!'Jlf"."----H- I- MUW'JI'iT'ti'.'J.M ."miH1,WJmgi ia3E233E3aBSHEaC!K2E255S5auKEBaaS2a3Sa StZI w ir n It i P-tt & IV . - " ? .. :m- r - V - v. I TJ1E HOCKING SENTINEL SUBSCUIIIIOK. $1.50 T" w Busluess Cards, five Hues orle&spcr an limn Sft.tiO B-Simple annrtttnceraent of marrJ uses and deatUsnnd church mid ucuevoiem weJettes .nserteil free. Any addition to obituary notices will be charged Ave cents rtrapcrllue Tir th I I TfYjT TTTV I f XXJlL JLJLvVX-XXN VJ N lTMTTMTT'T wfv' SaasJ A. N JL Jl . JL N P i i mill nn win m VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBEfi 12 1889. NUMBER 35. The Sentinel. LEWIS GKREEiaY editobandpkopbietob'. TERMS $1:50 E - M - CW "" . - , -. -nrr r eft li II I II l t If dONWOl m I i FALL AND WINTER 0FE110,! of commodities, fresh from tlie best market Is now in full force, with a magnificent line of the country. Our Dress Goods Dpartm.ent , , . t rr,vr.;ni'a Snrrrp Plaids Sac...

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 December 1889

-j. & vr''0'p3sP1& "V x. I 6- THE HOCKING SENTINEL December ,12 '89- - a V; !-4C- r: I v - hjj . AV if e.'-c? Iu - r 4fv. I.JW U rjr ' "V, s.' & r i-.r1 4v " ?&- K i- v Ut I-! -jcr t . fer t X I i -.- . f K IS ir I The Sentinel, JL.EWXS gbben, EDITOUANDPROPIUETOR. TEItMS $1.58 -Tmumdat, Dec. 12th, 1889. The Senarorial Question. Just now our cxclinnges nro full of advice as to who shall be elected Senator. All the candidates named re good and capable men, and no mistake will be raada ill the selec tion of either. The contest is between Brice and Thomas. - Brice is in the lead and there is no reason wnv lie snouia not oe abiBinatcd. We are for Brice, and we believe a large majority ot the Democrats of the Hocking Valley prefer him. Col. Wallace, or SpringCeld, cuairman of the Democratic Com mittee of his county, ras in the ity last week, looking after the interests of William H. Thomas, his townsman, for the Senalor ahip. Col. Wallace, early on the morning of bis arriv...

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 December 1889

"Tvri jri-"- - ti. THE HOCKING- SENTINEL, December 12, '89. T TVr SV-a-" WSte-- Fj!ZjGg&XgS; & $ I 18 h: is: . r! F i t i r- Lv IT j 9 psr.- Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. A slate roof is being put on the jail building. Geo. .Mumford, of Brush Fork, was in town on Friday. Parley. Phelps of Oreville, spent Saturday in Logan. W. J. McManigal, ofOrbislon. was in town on Tuesday. Mm. Woik and daughter, of Lancaster, are visiting friends in Logan. B sure to see "The Chimes or Noimandj'' at the Opera House tonight. Nothing bnt ram and mud so far this winter, and no nredic- tions of an approaching blizzard. Winona Furnace is iu blast and is doing well, making about 35 tons of iron per day. For correct schedule cf passen ger trains 6ee time cird in an other column in effect Nov. 24th, 1SS9. Mrs. Garland, last surviving sister of Col. Cresap, of our city, died on Dec. 6lh, at her home in Waco, Tex. It is about lime that our local weather prophet predic's that llieae will be no...

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 December 1889

- . SIU! jW-Wj.-. U,'- ! ga "1 i. ,c-J :."" ""K r bi --a V 1 eS ! .V ri 4 IP-1 It-' WHt. K. 14 f. L tiaBcgjm..A'. twmr,w-Miu-tf.w.n.n ir . "I'Ui. J THJWA'.J.MIWJg OHIO NEWS. i" Kama ! IaUrait Gathered From Ohio Cltlenamsl Town. $1,000 fire in a Standard oil still bouse at Liaaa. 4,583 Totera scratched oStbe name for governor. 40,373 white voters in this state who ore nnablo to read. Ed J. Bohnert suicided in Cincinnati With a revolver. Nicholas Brink, aged 71, dropped dead on a street in Xi$n. Martin Milroy, a Youngstown -wholesalo liquor dealer, is dead. The store of V. H. H. Francis & Co., o! Kaahport, robbed of $100. Barlow. Kent &Co.'s fnmitnre factory a Plain City burned; loss $25,000. . Mrs. LitUo'a hustle saved her from being killed by a train at Springfield. Six prisoners from Hocking county put in the penitentiary atone time. Frank TTtlerbanh. teacher, arrested for cruelly beating a C-ycar-old pupiL. Adam Frist was arrested at Massillon for "teallng a lady's gold wa...

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 December 1889

j" -)lr'f jp J Vfej flr T? -s-T'Jim V W ffi ai :m f' THE HOCKING SENTINEL Subscription. $1-50 The The Sentinel. OCKING ENTINEL, -:o: t a-Busluess Cardt, five Huts or loss per ftnnntn HMO mr Simple artnouncernentor marriages and dUiiiid cburch and bcnevoleut 6'eleUM -nitrted free. Any addition to obituary notice will be charged fivecents axtr per lice lewis ghreeut, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. LOGAfl, OHIO, THUB8DAI. DECEMBER 19 1889, NUMBER 36. LV VOLUME 48: TERMS - $1.50 4,-- vr Ti If '! Li ! ii ? !" Guthrie la Wadsworth ! 2VsS& FALL AND WINTER OPE MINK rtf fjini-i- i.r -- - Is now in full force, with a magnificent line of commodities, fresh from the best marrac Of the country. Our Dress Goods Department , , - r i rr,.;0rfn,fi Sovfrp Plaids. Sacings, Broad clothes, Flannel and Ttt so" Skirts -&c Full line YSS&L ? pit Skirts. Gents Jeans and Cassimere Pants, Wool Shirts, Underwear, Gloves, Winter Hats, Caps, etc. See our spe&al notices. Kessler Bros. An. n0llo.l in minlit...

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 December 1889

B '"J1 - ii C ?v ,-' u lv.- r -i. PC "V iVd. ?- s- r r '5o s ' - i I-1 : MKBCXKEl!tf2S2CStfE3E3 .'' I , . i'I ,p Tirc- COMMISSIONER -0F- flocking County, Ohio, FOR THE YEAR ENDING ingost 31st, A. B. 1889. COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. HOCKIKO COUXTY, ' Logan, O., September 4, A. D. 1839. To the Honorable John S. Friesncr, , Judge of the Court of Comnwn l'leas: 'Asrreeable to Section Xo. 317 of the Re vised Statute of Ohio, the Soanl ot Coin wUhioners or UocklnK ouuty: Ohio. i.u.;ik ciihtnit the following financial, wnort ibr the vear coniuiencinii Septem ber Irt. ISSS. anil ending the olst day Xnesst;A.D.18S9: SEPTEMBER SESSION. 16SS. or -Laeui.O.. -Tuesday, September 4, 1SSS h. Rmi of Commissioner of Ho.te4i las bounty; Ohio, met this day In ropular MessioB pursuant to adjournment. 1'res ent.GeorpeMarlw, John T. is utter and Henry Trimmer. Tbe following bills were allowed: Xsanuel Crooks, for labor, lumber, etc.. for Cheshire bridge Jli5 u. "Wednesday, September 5, ISSS. The Board of Comm...

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 December 1889

wC H " THE HOCKING- SEKTINEL, December 19, '89. - w L'T-r'-Tr!V!.v.'r ."J.1- ' ".i nj--'ju-..Lnff-3rflga . "''"X"1!. . -.' 5 K & l 1$ Ih h H Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. llr. John Mar'bw, ol JN'ew Lex ington, was in lown on Friday. Read "A Canl of Reason" to be (omul in anotlior column. Mr. Clint Dill, who has been in Cliillirotliofor the nasi six weeks lias returned lo Logan again. Dr. Farqnhar, of Zmesvillo, made a pleasant rail at (lie Sen tinel office, last Friday. MARRIED by Rev. J. F. Wil Jiains, at his residence in Lngran; O , Dec. laih, Mr. Elmer Harden - and All s EUa Thompson. It will pav von lo visit. Collins & Moore's this week, and we' 1 heir show windows aiid holiday display. Mr. J W. Weller, the popular and efficient engineer of the C. JI. V. & T. By, spent Sunday with Ins family in Logan. Jack Wright, of Lancaster, the popular candidate fdf Prosecut ing Altorney of Fairfield county, was in Logan Tuesdrfy last. Mrs. Sarah T. Niles, of Carlisle. Pa...

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