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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 December 1889

--..- ,- --4T "5!??W3!!SNTy"" -f KJ Si B THE HOCKING SENTINEL December 9, '89. ' ' I- i V 'f ," -'? & r rjs Ff- 'TA l-.V "S" E?-, r-"-ji i - : is l i-t r '1, I- U : IC WE MOST UNLOAD ! ta o There has ? Weather; our vClothing must must unload. December 1st. V We shall inaugurate our Great Cut Startling reductions have been made in every department, we stand the loss, let the purchasing public be thankful. Intending purchasers should not delay an inspection of our immense Stock. Chasr Rose The One Price Clothier. P. S. For our Merchant Tailor ing department we will make nice Suits for $18 for the next 30 days' TiJL rPZEIEIMIITJ-IM:- !) K : Think Of it. A genuine long Havana filled, Cuban Hand made Cigar, for 5 cents. - For sale in Logan, Ohio, by Miller & Case, Druggists Beber & Co., Druggists. F. Harrington, Druggist. Guth rie & "Wadsworth, Staple and Fancy Groceries. D. It. Bishop & Sons, Staple and Fancy Groceries. LELAND, SMITH & CO., Distributing- Agents, ...

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 December 1889

.- -', :Vs ir&tir ' -s- u -f,U si- " dE3P- Vt"5" '- J- f .-W r- 3 7 - r- rs. nre:ssasvr.vrcrejr:a , CTErJCTgrzaraiggarera tTHE,HOCKIN& SENTINEL. The SENrmsfc' SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 'M-BusluestsUurds, five lluos orlesspcr knnnm JO.tiO - r-8iuipleivnnoniieemcntof mnrrlsses 'and1' deaths. -md church and benevolent o'cleMei .ncrted free. Any addition, to "obltinry notices will bo chRrcednve cents xtraptrllue 2 EDITOH ASD MIOPKIETOK. VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 26 L889. NUMBER 37; TERMS $1.50" T C' -At." , l:( 'MES-SV a? - pifPrg aa K Sfnttmft T' w Jsfi 1 ? & CJL II Ullii mjU w ii iP vi aii- & t . 1 J.1-. A l.nnf- i-vj-1i't- Is now: in full force, Tvifcli a magnificent line of commodities, iresn irom tu uC mai ofthe country. Our ;;. Dress Qede sep&rtmezH , Is replete in Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Sacings, Broad clothes, Flannel and WorE Also a nice line of Ladies Underwear. Shawls, Scarfs, Sirts &c Full lme of ChUdren mid Misses Print Skirts...

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 December 1889

r ,N V THE HEOCKIlSraSElSrTIiSrELi Decembers, '89. 55 It' l-y '- ? vS ir , tf Pf- f rss c hr' v.. , . u- V o F ,r . .. L W'l If JAi . n. W L The Sentinel. Lewis o-hben, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. tfERMS $1.50 constantly tossing on tbe beach of oar liiifca. shells of opportunities, of pausing till it has run Us course. Thursday, Dec. 2Gth, 1889. CENSUS ISA OHIO. TJyj State Divided Into Eight Districts to Facilitate Matters For the purpose of faking: the eleventh census, Ohio has been divided ii.'lo eight dMncts, as follows: First District Allen, Craw ford, Defiance, Fulton, Hanoock, i Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Paulding, Putnam, Sandusky, Seneca, Van Wert, Williams. Wood and Wy andot counties. Second District Champaign, Auglmse, Clarke, Darke, Green, Hardin, Logan, Mercer, Miami, Ifoulgomety, Preble and Shelby counties. Third 'District Butler, Cler wont, Clmton, Hamilton and Warren counties. Fourth District Adams, Gal lia, Brown, Highland, Hockingi Jackson, Lawrence, Pike, Bess, Scioto and Vi...

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 December 1889

i ..-; scat- "If " - , ar ip?v. -r-rrasw . - v THE HOCKINGf SENTINEL, December 6, 89. IV ii' '&." . S-" aS& Local Items. ' !MW Donovan?-Artistic Tailor. Doii'l forget the tupiier al the Rink IfmiIit. Mr. J. W. Work has just re turned from an extended visit through the West Mert Smith, of Wooster Col leire, is spending his vacation with his moilier in this place. Mr. C. E. Bowen has ptirchai ed the Chris Roller properly. Consideration $3500. Mr. Frank Bright, of Delaware county, is visiting friends in Lo gan and vicinity. John Shnnlf, one ofihe busi ness men or Carbon Hill, called at this office on Tuesday. The mumps and chicken-pox are prominent diseases among the children of our town. The Misses Lou and May Mil ltr,of Wellston, are spending the holidays with their parents, in this city. On last Friday morning, John Frash's horse ran away with the delivery wagon. Fortunately but little damage was done. Miss Kate Bowlby. of Wooster College, is spending holiday va cation with ...

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 December 1889

"V .-' .- pSieL,. - 5- T lis ' -J- ,; THE I-IOCKIjSTG- SENTINEL, December SB, 'S9. X&l&Sib-ZZi TAy."" m Is ,. l" ' L"- e f fc & ,-s- sf K . ij tA. ' ls- . t ,..' :-- ilhir as Bf fH r 13 ft- j- rc ES PS ? ? feSM M pt9?9 n ESS l&l!3.3 iiraiiUnlHi Executor's Sale Real Estate. of mtsr "V ou There lias fosen no Weather: our Stock of Winte Clothing must be moved. iriust unload. Commencing December 1st. We shall inaugurate our TN pursuance of an order ofthe Probvo Court of Hocking County, Ohio, l vviuoueriorMiioat puunc auction, on Saiuiday, December 21st, 1889, At 1 o'clock., p. m at t lie door or tlio Court House in biil county. Hie following de i rlbod real cst-ito situate in the county of Hocking and bin to of Ohio to-wt: Fractional lot number ti e ("), in section sixteen (10), township thirteen (ll), ranj-o seventeen (IT), contalnlm; about "10 j,rs, appraised at $I$0 00. Fractional lot number four (i),ln section number twenty (20), samo township and iniiKt!. containing...

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. — 2 January 1890

-JWTtfWI IPV "$ - r a ; '"' ""' " jaij f -sr--") JjatS- - T - &'- v g ,; W,s.' MT -T.'. .- . rmiTTrr'"S'treraasnTWTireBSrgssa ft'ilTM fe,: l? the;hogkinj sentinel Subscription. ,...-. $1.50 The SEHiiNii "fi;?f- OCKING ENTINEL o "Business Cards, five lints orlessper nnnnm $(1.00 Simple amioancemontof marriages aad deithsnud church - and benevolent -:o: .s IN, '- . xsiroKAKDrxonuxxoKw TXRMS - - 1 $1.60' boletlea .usertcd free. Any, addition to nhltuirv-nntlnpuYillba cliarend flvecents. I VOLUME 48: LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY JANUARY 2 1890. NUMBER 38. ril- --ti. k astra per Hue i .. . . -:SS ME. DAVIS' WILL. 0UREENT ITEMS. The Hired Man'a Christmas. Th& Household. r-k' ,"T -t3y:'--'SBRr ; A A.A.JJ m i ? "V Is now in full force, with a magnificent lino of commodities, fresh from the best market of the country. Our Dress Goods Department ts replete in Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Sacings, Broad clothes, Flannel and Worsteds. Also a nice line of Ladies Underwear, Shawls. Scar...

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. — 2 January 1890

tasafiar-jer- - -.r - Jr t,. P-S- " g& w TtlEFCOCKING- SBNTINETL, January 2, 'GO. '" I - ' - - BBi i :-'v - C J3 v r ; v ," fj v. s . r"Q 1 ret-- f ? j fr: k 1 I ' ' . ' The Sentinel. XE-WIS'O-BEBN-, Editor and proprietor. TE&MS $1.50 NATTJRAL GAS. Thuesdxt, Jan. 2nd, 1889. Mr. Speaker. Onr friend N. K. Hysel, of Cornine, tne popular Representative- of Perry, who carried his connty, heretofore Re publican, by a majority of nearly a tbonsand.js a candidate for Speaker ship of the Honse of Representatives. He is qualified for the place and he goes into tlie race 'with the lrigbesi ehctivo honors won by any Democrat ia Ohio- fie onght to be elected, and We think he will be. , There: seems to be no abate ment of the trouble between tlie white and black races or the South. Law and order are dis regarded by a great many of the negroes. But Judge Lnych seems to be pushing his work with im punity. At Barnwell. S. C,4Dec. 2Sth, eight negroes, who were confined in jail there, were tak...

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. — 2 January 1890

asarBWSi-?!,C39ieftg'SSSliP : J'gggj3JgS g-y-" m&0t&?- -!fcrs" ,? gggv?i? - agrg,ae--' gg:gg ?t :7ssgr3afiae&s: -5is ,. rassS3 fl 1 '1 yu r 4 .yw ff'-r-a. !: i r.T .-, -IT. 'M. v.ss TJBCB HOOKING: JSEJNTINEL January 2, 90. :r m a a . i.i.'-7h.A..ia :::-v vjwess Local Items. Mr. John Foreman, of Mc Arthur, Mr. Frank McGee, of McAr- BDont New Year's dav in our town thur, was seen upon our streets Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Mr. D. II. Willnril, of Middle port, epenl several days of last week at his home in this place. Rev. J. E. Turner, of Delaware, is visitmc hit brother, ltev.T. A. Turner, of this place. Mis Ma tid a Uriah t is viMtiiiR hor sister, Mrs. SiniJh, at Hay denville, this week. J. O. Gnrney, of Tana. III., is risiting his pislcr, Mr. J. W. "Waller, of this cily. "Will Downey, of Rnshville, Ind.has baen tisitinp friends in this place for the past week. Mr. Chas. Kinlie, of tho police force of Columbus, spent Christ mas with his parentb in this city. Mr. Frank Uieh...

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. — 2 January 1890

Ek. cjfi$$: ' -" ' -Hi , '-e- -i . V- s it- " ,-v - , x. 'ii .fTia TiriJil idLQU-KJUNtx fci n, jlS 'X'XjN J&JU J ciBLUiiy -2, 'Q- '-sr Ei . sssszsssnisisissssawssssxsxsssxsas EHHS 22nCSK3S33S5S2SS22S3Z5533a5 i H I k $l iv y s M 3 ? fi .. p-A s K- w T- .J- I-.' I tflfl ftiffTP I 111 I R I I ,v - X X IU8 mJto Jl i-'i II IH llfiuJ ttf B 525S353S3SJS There has "Weather; our feClothing must ikiist unload. ft? if' December 1st. i We shall inaugurate our Great Cut , Startling reductions have been made in every depart ment. we ' stand the loss, let the purchasing public be thankful. Intending purchasers should not delay an inspection of our immense Stock. ChaSr Rose The One Price Clothier. P. S. For our Merchant Tailor ing department we will make nice Suits for $18 for the next 30 days Have "cTo"u. T'.r.LecL "a, JK. Think Of it. A genuine long Havana filled, Cuban M.Hann mnrifl lcrnr. tnr n ffnt,s. e--iv For sale in Logan, Ohio, s& Reber & Co.. Drus-cists. F. rie & Wadsworth...

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. — 9 January 1890

-,rST ' ? ?f f'-- . -8Se: m y tCHElHOCKING SENTINEL LI J Tee SsHttonait v n Subscription. $1.50 ENTINEL 3" Business Cards, Ave lint or less per annnm tn.eo aw simple announcementof marriages J- and deathi and church and benevolent Odettes .nsrtd Tree. Any addition to obituary notice will bo charged fivecents extra per liuo VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 0, 1890. NUMBER 39, . n TI2MS . -.., ..ftid -1 ,. .-jgaj-iggSafeSy sir aw-?- -s-. The Hocking S-3S""k. ; 1 : , 1 1 V 4 Guthrie FALL AMD WHITE Is now in fnll force, witli a magnificent ine of commodities, fresh from the best market of the country. Our Dross Goods Departnsnt Is ropleto in Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Sacings, Broad clothes Flannel and Worsteds Also a nice line of Ladies Underwear, Shawls. Scarfs, Sirts, &c. Full line of Children and -Misses Print Skiits. Gents Jeans and Ussimere rants, wool omrtB, Underwear, Gloves, Winter Hats, Caps, etc. See our tfhev are unexcelled in quality for the price. R...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 9 January 1890

Zy.ri3mgs!2-je-- jaagBfr-egftsagKrsrniTf5"-' ".jgagggagggi I - H J - - X i'v Y ' r ";-i; n r. fHE HOCKllSra SEiHSTTlKEL, JanSary 9, J90. v'J S, ''JLI.II-I-JI.HI.1 J ffi p"" . fe-v I. K. .- VV ' t. t-: U-. L'v ?c R-T --. Rf Wat. K$ fe ir ES aoG S 3 Fv ,. . . iiwtoljj; ;.Qm...j. j j.i- ;t.aV .A'H.'S yjMff;igTg?w 'Vg The Sentinel. r - . . j x FS- EDITOR, AND PF.OPIUETORi $ERMS $1.50 S !Y Auditors Annual Report, :EXHIBITI3rG:- .A : I!- " :apV4 - t Tbtjerday, Jan. 9th, 1889. -Next XJ. S. Senator, &ALVIN S. BBICE, Of the "Western Continent. Representative F. W. Knapp, o' Defianee,-Who was elecled'to lepreieut Paulding and Defiance counties, died in Columbus yes terday morning. The deceased was a cultured gentleman and would hhve made a useful mem bar of the, general assembly. The House took proper action on Hie death of their member. Senat or Lqwry and Repregen Wtive Price are .meeting with the highest consideration from their associates in the Legisla ture: They are both regarded as ...

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. — 9 January 1890

1 &8&1 ,.;- -a5awr-n.trW5FC: " " VS.A15 "-:s3ggg5ir"' & " '-' f A J? -i- t ,"r-."' -. THE liOOTtljSTG- SENTINEL January a s9d.. "- " "-v -- .. .( ",, , -v fSJB" -,'JJ.B.W I WW Mtit&JH9jx,3isuivi-!nmrLtTtajmant-.L-tjmH re--M.CTrJTire: n ) st V Ul sr A -11 I r V .i Iii J kiA P-. t.v jrsr T- t 4 f L A II r .MV - . v . . -X - tjKaggPTrtrTTa-gaaaaiggm gmT-raga" gnregg!Cfawfr'.a vTaN-yy-y. Vyf ffTTrOBgg: Isocal Items. lloiiovan-Artistic Tailor.' Several Lauca&ler boys bpetit Suitday'-int Eorjun. SlrJiNonh gchvcrz, ono of the prom'Is tneyoisaKiiien ofiLpsanias, begun the study oi Jaw IhCol. W e Idy'S olUco. MlKsXhrescTill and Miss-Minnie Wel laudire visiting frieais ni Zauc&vllle and Comfiibus, this week. Doh't.fail to read -ilia brenins oflwred by Uarmison & Co. in another column. Mrs. Gurney, mother of Mrs. J. XV. Weller. lias been on the sick" list for the past wee.':. Mr. Joseph Vogle of Marion tp., vras in town on Tureday aud called at llio Sentinel office....

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. — 9 January 1890

jZX3ZF&&se?ZU9??ZR5i cs. -&csvw' i ,wt timntmtaammm w?&?vnis?s-?: I .. 7- -J -.2 sfz.'-rt tfj-f w;rc- .jWlaaaaFT 'X - -ca3 S-S ft THE HOCKING SENTINEL. January , '90- 1S ea ; -3m2& i H c t i L-H & '..-. ft Ff n Kf IP"- frarm and Household. ffs r tfr r i fcw The wheat crop ot Russia is reported as two-thirds less than last year. Over thirty horses have 'Idied resently in Holmes county from a new disease- The Delaware Herald says 4 farmer across the county line in Morrow county pur chased in the fall about 4,000 fcead of sheep in Michigan and sold them at a good profit. c The county or township -that keens its roads in a . good passable condition at all seasons of the year, is Certain to increase rapidly in wealth and population. To neglect the highway is worse than to neglect fences And weeds. i Spreading manure in the ' winter. Manure made in the winter should, when it is possible, be spread as it is made on the land where it is to be used. It is a fact that ...

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. — 16 January 1890

?3?w"" yajaaraggsfci. 5gSga. -- -if -" ajj-gsaaafcaigag. --7 -nfgu 4x?to' ' - . "-VVf - ' i." fig ;rE3SE231SS32B3E23SSZS BEZ5ESBS22S THE SHOCKING SENTINEL The Sentinel. Subscription. $1.50 W BuM new Cards, five lints orlossptr nnnnin $ft.tW b-simple nnnonnectnentof marriage nd deaths nnd church nd bene' Jlent ocletles'.userted ftee. Any addition to obituary nottoes wlllbe charged flvocnU xtra per Hue LEWIS QSEEM', EDITOItASDPROPniETOn. LOGAN, OHIO, THURSBAL JANUARY 16, L890. K UMBER 40. VOLUME 48: TERMS $1.50 j m Hocking O J1.JN 1 UN L JL, I r-inrTM-eM' 1 " - - ,. .4 IK i .. h I: wfliiinc ' n duoii 01 hi MW I AHO WINTFR flPFPIIfi H WALL AWy fflnlCil urLhlfta,- Is new in full force, willi a icagnificent lino of commodities, 61 the country. Our Dress Is replete n Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Saeings, Broad clothes Flanne and Worsteds. Also a nice line of Ladies Underwear, Shawls Scarfs, Sirts, &c Full line 6f cSen and Misses Print Skirts. Gents Jeans and dssnnere Pants, W...

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. — 16 January 1890

gy-5werercassa '' - Vv- isC. '1 'The Sentinel. - :o: XiSTariS GREEN, EDITOR AN D PROPEIETOB. ' Thursday, Jan. 16th, 1889. SENATOB BRICE. Th election for United States , Senator took place on Tuesday. At ,-'tue close of the rote, Speaker Lly k .toll aunounced that the vote stood M follows: Brice, 57; Foster, 52; , Lawrence T. Veal, 1, end that as t Urice had received a majority, lie ' declared him the choice of the Ohio - House of Representatives for Unit d States -Senator lor the term be '' gnmiig March 4, 1891. JBD6E HUFFMAN. 1 How Ee Was Promptly Eevers e& by Bumselfc r Jadse Hnffuian opened his first '(jiart in New Lexington ou Mou krof last week. Bis charge to I & Grand Jury was an able pre :, aeotment of the duties and legal obligations of the citizen, and proven tbe new Judge a worthy successor ' ' W the eminent Jurists he succeeds. But be got a sodden reversal tbe like of which haft never bap. vpend before. Some time ago a mnn named Wilson was injured by the cars down...

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. — 16 January 1890

-. rwj r '3Pj .-.. 3- j.-y i -3 f D 5 r u j.y.V - THE HOCKING SENTINE t, January 16, '9 6- Local Items. --'-" n nrrmTMfiaawwai'jaajtAi-.!i.uvi viuwaaKjaat "!!8Wr Donovan Artistic Tailor. Wind, Water, Ami bo J i rails, Is lbs site of lio winter so for. Wendell Thomas, of Washington C. 'I., Sundaycd in Lngsn. Mr. Frank James upont Sunday in Columbus with his son, Will. Mrs. MiMer ol Kansas, is visiting her grandfather, Mr. J. SUors, of this plaoc. Tho I. O. G. T. gave a oake and coffee social nt Tipton's, on Satur day night. Mr. Chas. Frascb is in Cincin nati, undergoing trcatmout for his eyes. A son was born to Rev. D. K. Moora and wife, on Tuetday even ing. Miss Anna Myers is visiting relatives ami friends in Sugar 3rove, this week John Shivery and family of Co Inmbus, have been viaiting here for several dajs. Geo. Kleinschmirtt, of Cincin nati, is spending a few at home, in this city. We will pay 25 cents each for the follovrinc numbers of last year's Sextinkl, viz: No. 6, 16 and 1...

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. — 16 January 1890

gsstg V- f4T V. P 3syx-Sf55-3'S&Wtei?os rrTTT? TiOOKlNG SJSTTUSTEX, January 16, '96- -r,... - - , Administrator's Sale ... ' -i-'j" 3B SCES! p l fc . " , fc?-' V 1 vr is v MBI t -j JT r"rr "' ----!- s -,-.1 INFECT EH J.! 5 fi MS in? fch.e Houseliold. For bilious colic soda and cinjer in hot water. It may be taken freely. Warinth and a variety of fcod are necessary to make hens lay in winter, To remove tar, rub thor oughly with clean lard and wash with soap and warm water. Lemons should not be squeezed in galvanized iron squeezers. The acid absorbs the metal and creates a vir ulent poison. It is said that the juice of a lemon squee'zed into a cup of coffee and drankwill af ford immediate relief in neu ralgic headache. Put a wine-glass full of 4mn(r hnrnv water into a pint of raw starch and you cn do up collars and cuffs as ttiff and glossy as any laundry. Ordinary sticKmg plaster is an excellent remedy for corns. It keeps the surface soft and prevents that rub bing which is the 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. — 23 January 1890

ggBft as. ?rtfistqgii:rya,-r.io . ,- -titarycr -rsrng?ggas? . " y-- The Hocking The Sentinel.- THE HOUKiNtx SENTINEL Subscription. $1.50 -:o: ar Business Cards. Ave lint or lew per annnm J8.80 simple snnonneroentof marriates and deatUaand church and banevoleut nrj.tlM inserted free. Any addition to ED1TO UASD PHOPR1ETOKT LOGAN. OHIO, THUKSDAL JANUARY 23 1890. NUMBER 41. VOLUME 48: TERMS $1.50 obituary notice willbe cuarjpd avecont xtra per line ST. OLA Tariff Talk. Salt Creek. Dandies of the Kile. Farm H"otes. .-? --C :V Sentinel. mmmaKmammmmtm' hr v I I - SIT? 1 3 IS. . - w 4o Guthrie FALL AND WINTER . -l-l. Is now in lull force, wim a uiuguiuc-euu v, w- , of the country. Our Dress Is reblete in" Cashmeres, Henrietta's, Serge Plaids, Sacings, is repiew ".y? . , T ;wna TTndAr-wpar. Shawls. Ufflta. an! MiSes Print Skirts. Gents Joans and 0 i; 3. ni Winter Hats. Cans. etc. See our underwear, uiuw( TW are unexcelled in quality for the price. Eed, White and Fancy Flannels, all wool They...

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. — 23 January 1890

L"- THE HOCKING!- SEiNI'lKELi Palmary 23, '9(5. ifc- The Sentinel. j "'- -L-" '" -..m.'-P i -ii ! .ti. I.'-- l.-t.'i: BEN. HARRISON'S FIRST. -fyrray,, ( -m,li V '." -rVL J-' -JJgrg: yirKna.'. y SjfeQga. hh'tt3! "'",'"J--'"1 '"''J' w'-""-'nl t't" TrOTX1-"-"""" fc X23W.XS green-, iLZK 13 EDITOR AN1JPUOPK1ETO A JRTERMS TttE rjZESWEXV JSXTEltTAIXS TUJt FORKIGX 3USISTEUS. " - ci.au .TauasDAY, Jan. 23d, 1889. 0tK of Hoi. Join MoSwcsney. Ilen. JohnMsSwehr, of Woos- ,tr; 0'.iio, tho most prominent itnntittal lawyer in (be Slate, died : Uw hirna at 1 1 .n'cloc'c Tuesdcy sight from acute pneumonia. t-. . . Up Fo- IIim finw we have not hiii informed bv (he Njw Lex- tnjrlon tribune, as lo what de position has been made of the .Monster which k riled the loi e woman in her cabin at McLuney. he roaming round seeking rihpr victim . or has ha been xecnted. Where is Finegan? -"'What Sa beenrne of ihe able inntry dog, and the law in .Pwrry county". The White ITotue Lustrous wl I h L,lclit and Ablooni ...

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. — 23 January 1890

4?. .i 1 JP r lr I . i A f;y a'. j itrrfmnani THE MoCitilsfd SfilJ'flifEL January 23, 9t. lihM&Afc-aaii"J-ii, i.j jv r: ", - Local. Items. Joitovan Artistic Tailov.. Winona furnace has shutdown for repairs. A Itevival meetings are iri pro press at Hie M. E. Chinch. Mr. PorlcrKwIson, ol Maxyillo, was on our streets Saturday. Dr. G. W. Beery, of Union Fur nace was in town on Tuctdty 'Bart Higgir.8, of Mc Arthur, was in Logan yesterday. Mr J. M. IIHIery, merchant and pfst master at Wohln Summit, wns in oar city oh Tuesday. Father Cady, we are pleased to note, is again able to be upon ourslreets again. Several hundred of l he people of our. town' are afflicted with the La Grippe. Commodore Green, of the Ses tixel, was in Columbus on Tuts day, Mist Myrla Woods is visiling relatives and friends at Logan, O. LGaibpolis Bulletin. Wr. W. J. MoManijral, o Orbiston, was in Logan on Satur day. Mr. Frank McGee, of McArlhur was seen on our streets on Mon day. Ou last Friday night a son' was t...

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