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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 23 January 1890

T- 3L fi ?- TECE HOCKING SENTINEL I January 23, '9(3. ? -V s I" ' f l5 nl1 mcY.lAnfc a? AmIh V-' t,. . wuvuvoufc.Auuuiii u'uiuuJir.'Ui' K, - - j ooows 01 sturdy Judge Conkling and oV- ue noynoou aays of Ins distinguished M, Eoscoe Gonkling. Charles Briggs, tor instance, for many years the freight l i ' gent-of tho New York Central road, at t- Auinm, ueiignis in teiting now tiie fu tfere United SUto Senator came to him ... -.-J 2J. otto uay uiu bsuu; "I have had a row with my father, Charley, and I want to go on the road as a brakeman. Will you help mo to Seta place? "He must hare been about 16 then, " aid'Briggs, "but I knew there was good tuff in him. I knew. too. that ic it ould f distress his father, who was a yctv V - - y . , proud man, to hnve his son employed -t fa any such capacity. So I reasoned 75?' "with Kosc, urging him to study law, or n,, , something like that well, ho did study .saw, ana was appointed uirici attorney t Oneida county bef oro he was 22 yeard WE MOST 53Ea...

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. — 30 January 1890

'sr0?-1 I ' f I ff i I 1 m asayrirrgwM-aagfa-t THE HOOKING SENTINEL. SuBscuirxiox. ,tc 3-Bustii Cards, fiTe lints or less per imn'nm6.C0 ar Simple announcement of marriages ind deaths nd chmch nd benevolent oelotlos .nscrted free. Any RJdition to ohituary notices willbo cliarcPd fivoccnts - xtrspef Hue XE'WZS aBEEN-, ST7 EDITOR AXDPItOPRlKTOEt LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JANUARY 30 1890. !?D J $1.50 - VOLUME 48: 11 Ui fj. TERMS , . ...., n . '"''"' U HIUJJ'J4I ..'f ".",tl.".'l;W..lJl.itMl.i!--"l"U,WH'.l.mUJ.-i.i-f. "" 1III1MI""'V"" l!BWBrfBPcanWy!..m, wnn m i. !!. n . ,. ..,., m -j -gTfMl J.limyf-'- '""JHi I mTni" IW m- m I ri ' - i ' '" r..w - " " . Vlkf" ' VfrJT' H35!.k " ri33 I i .- . -- eL . - - ,...... . -The Sentinel' tisni ' K '-tep W U "4 a K T v T 3 rv 8 1 SSv H.ltrtfefBB.l . , ' - 3 3 J ' S "T & (3 j fl M . S 4 X P ; fWd J :: - : K SasaanJf Sn3 St P O K? K r ' I 3.t! Vi N. t?3 M 1 I NVt T fc XV S 1 'i - s. Jp 3 F ,j Ji JB StaaS -JQ JL.-JL- N fcmf1 fcte . i Jnrrrrgpa -JL. 4 ...

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. — 30 January 1890

THE HOCKING- SENTINEL,' January 30, '90. e 1 4 WIMM.MI J'-LVTJT JglTOr."JW-;H-'ll' !- uai -n .., T,.Trf-.m.i..a ma..jTnijBggT.ijiiMMiMa V- X - L. v- V ? I- I. The Sentinel. :o:- . - 323 EDITOR ANDPROPRIETOU TERMS - $1.50 Thursday, Jan. 30, 1889. Kuapp's Successor. John L. Qeiger, the Democratic nominee for Representative, to sue ceed Frank W. Knapp, who died just before the Legislature conven ed, was elected on Tuesday last by about 1.000 majority 500 in Defi ance and 500 in Paulding, Tho vote was light on account of the horrible roads. The Marietta Times, one of die popular and influential Demo cratic papers of Southern Ohio, eomeB to us this week enlarged in size and in a new dress as handsome and becoming as the uniform of Quartermaster Gener al Vance, of the Gallipolis Bul letin. We compliment and con gratulale Brother McMillen up on his Times, and bespeak a con tinued time of prosperity. "We are glad to learn from the Vinton Record that Charles Fos ler BarJeon and John Sherman ...

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. — 30 January 1890

"IP THE HOCKING SEZsTTHSTEI, January SO, '90. t Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Ground Hog day next Sunday. i'rof. Ed. Davenport has got the la gout. Representative Price was al! Lomo over Sunday. Quite a number of our citizens attended the funeral of Mr. Hig gins yesterday, al Mt. Pleasant. Emanuel Kinley, of Columbus, is spending a few days al home in this city. Herbert Atkins cut his middle finger off by a buzz saw al Frank Keseler's factory, last Friday. Mr. W. Raybold, of Straits ville, made a business trip to our town yesterday. 'Squire Tom Woods, of Gibison ville, -was in Logati on Wednes day. The attendance of our schools last week did not exceed 70o. AH on account of the La Grippe Miss Minnie Ryan, of Athens, is visiting here, the guesl of her sister, Mrs. John While. Albert Dresbabk, of Johns town, -Licking Co., was in town on Saturday. Mr. Robert O'Hare. of New SJjrjutsville, was in town on Mou day last. Thos. Rainey, of (his office, spent Saturday and Sunday in Lan...

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. — 30 January 1890

--.-JsVi?,- .ffw 1?I-iE ECOCIING- SENTINEL January 30, 99C f i- .-i-,n i;1mrji,gis: .j;'j.:ii:i-jr.-?'.jJ.f.'3?gy: jngpgyErj-ziJwaaaE!ajig,,,,.,l f.'.s .hsssessszsssssszssss SSE ' i ''.'.;s '."?..'! ? .- -,-"- i1. y .--. ry-CT-rer m&4 ZSSat "A r7j, '.' C Vi rr I v k.tSt IK" r k: h . y 1.1 K- t !.-. IS" ii? i-i l t s SJViX'.8 ilAItT 1ZIXG. All "Europe Agitated Because Alfonso XIII. had Uio Grip. The tinjrdorn of Spain has jnst passed through a crisis th8t threalcnc.1 revolution nd bloodshed, all because its 3-ycar-old kins. , Alfonso XHX, had an attack 01 the world- v wide influenza known as the grip. I . for several days the infant monarch lay at ' ifie- point of death, and his demise would have been the signal for a revolution. Both J'tbc-Republicatisnnd Ctvlists stood ready to T rtrikc, end it is notimprobable tliat the death . of a mere baby would hare thrown Europe .Into war. 'i. Alfonso-Leon-rerdinand-Maria-Joaquin-I'1-! adePwcai, to give bis full name, lives in a A KtXO OX...

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. — 6 February 1890

a " :vv-gssw''iagss(Psr , .--n ,.., . -'," 1 -S&&K2i-3lf!a-l.'. I xv tvt t ' ILH -?.. -5 f J Jf i I.' i m n w l 4 THE HOCKINOSENTINELf SUBSCRIPTION. $1,501 IJuslneai Cards, five lint or low per 'SlmS announcement marrUse. VnTdeXand church and benevolent alettes .nserted free. Amy " obituary notices willbe chared five cent. extra per Hue IMtoie FALL AND WINTER OPENING Is now in fuU force, with a m f ihfi ftonntrv- Uur Dress ..cv tt 4a'a (forcm Plaids S 'rings, Isreplete in Cashmeres, fssh awfs 5fcri wag r- - Ctaderwear, uioves, wu -.- , ru. r fhp mice Ilea, wnneanu xuuuy i-', - Ihey are excelled & d Shoe line is special. We can do you some -, iRn. n BOc'Der yard. goodin father If you will let us ;. lleJ k in every particular. Call and a7xt?m foot wear. We have impiw ed our scock i off(j. ihrOsigh, get our pric feed yard, stalls, etc. u5', "1" " "j r.d browgn, get uiu ynv-i Oar been De , t t$m irgesti the city. Onooiness 52; ffl dlesfCiC Miher in oash or merchandise. Respe...

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. — 6 February 1890

tefti sg ?r . - -t&.T' cf'TiT? s'.---s?j-!ae,"ssss"''a i "- -TjV-. S. -V.-TS. . . S". THE BLOCKING- SENTINEL, Februay 6, 'SO. E r??ssFf& r; - ft -- 5- -' .- -. , -v s:. ; IV .T -: V S'S 1 afc"r r - " fr'Y i- Ctr f " i5a Swf feCW . rw-t , vr io ;. y 1 K" fc" v : i r?r r The Sentinel. X.0B-WIS QBBBN, BDITOR ANDPROPB1ETOR Tariff Talk. ;;TEaus vB $1.50 TarmsDXT, Feb: 6th; 1890. 'JJJie Weit Yirgini Gubernato rial xontest was decided at noon an Tuesday in faror of Fleming ; the vete stood 40 for GofF and 43 for Fleming. Carr, the Union Labor mnator, voted with the Democrats. The Republicans accept the situa tion gracefully. 'Col. W. A. Taylor, chiei clerk of the Senate, banqueted the Demo cratic senators at the Jackson Club Tooms Monday evening, A gold beaded cane was presumed to pres ident pro tern. Ada nig. Washington had its terrible tra gedy in the Luruius; of the secre tary of the- xsaTy's residence, by which his wife was killed in jump ing from.the burning building and his d...

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. — 6 February 1890

?M? r-egywHrrriii fni'ffr-1- , i. ' - :- l-Mlii , &? y &rj .rtT"'''"SK-TtraT.- "f THE flOCKlG- gNTli-TEL February 6, '90 .-ji r uw wmhi.iihi r fr, lrrrrnirl..1tl t n,inry"i""r i - (mrirawMW ..-? B '" 'ZjVS " '"r" ,.,-.. - -. . -"", i- , mi r.n'iiii 1B 3 v K V? I ' i jrss-yj. a- If 1. Li i L IV r-' N f L J- gl J Local Items. i-sr Bonovan-ArtisticTalior. Court will convene on Hie 24th or this mohtli. Mr. George Mumtord, of Br shears, fiuudayed in Logan. Mr. N. W. Uainblin made a business (rip to Columbus on I'uesday. Andrew Birtf, of Mt. Pleasant, upent several days in our cily this week. Chaa. U Brown and wife of Co liidibua, was in the city laat week, toe gweatsof Blr. Jaceb Schwarz. .Spring has coaie.' Tha blue birds are here and the boys are playing marble. Miss D. Matthew, of Batti- more, u-. re vismms - Sliss Mat tie Mathews, of our city. Mr. George Green, ef Somer t, is visiting his brother, Mr. -Lewis Green.of our ciiyr ?ttt cantata of Jephthah and .Bis Daughter wilt b...

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. — 6 February 1890

?j3SJif?K -fi -CSfcj1 &&&&&&& ... 'iM-IB .--" S- ,.1ME-T'.A ' i-S ,.V "' " " ' .-. '' - 'J - T-y1- II a, Vs THE! iHOCKIISra SEIsTTINEL Fobuary6, '9(3- i kK .1 j ' V-k L I . j- M L lt hi :. - ?. .t. Hinta to Housekeepers. Oil cloths will last longer if one or two layers of wadded car let lining are laid under litem. 4 Tea1ves are ood to scalier over carpels before sweeping, noi.fcOulv lo freshen -Hie colors, but Mlso lo prevent Ilia diut arising. , 1 The simple means or changing th air in a sick room i lo open n window atlhe up and opening he door move it backward and forward tapidly, so as to insure a current from the window. ? One may utilize oH mat I in?, which is no longer-fiesh euougli Fe look well, by put line it under ' carpets. Il can be cleaned per telly IbV washing it on both sides whh hot salt and water; hang it ou a line outdoors to dry. Discolored tea and coffee pots may be:oleaned by filling them th water in which two or thren .-KJo.noi.nfuls...

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. — 13 February 1890

v -Pt ..,: -w 325 -aft -tTj - --"""-- .-. .srrr' ycyg " e -WvWW-r, 2----",ijj rx " -v V- -a--- .. .. - I-tflVk. -- - ' ,. . 1; , mimm 1 rsgg- ' ' "" - -Vrn fi it I is- ld- 'V THE HOOKING SENTINEL ti so SeBscwpiios. . arBiulnMiUudi.Ave n orlswper auTde2w..uid church and t.n.Y6lem obituary nonce, will be chare-.! Av c.nU xtrporlli. Guthrie FALL AND WINTER OPENING, . la now in full force, vnw. u- i..5".-" of the country. Our Dress Goods Department U replete in Cere, Worlds. '"if Skfrte GenteTcin and Owsimere Pants, Wool Stats, of Child-en and M.S Print Skute u Underwear uioves, u ' -,! i iH for the nrice Red, Wluto ana ancy x uuuuus, uu w They are unexcelled m f shoe fine is special. We can do you some from 16c to 50c per yard Our Boot ana & Caudes & Colcnester Bubber go;bd mother x Call nnd i00k am f th barsains we are offermg you- feedjyavd; stalls, eic. tu r .t Si r Bttherm'oMli-or merchandise. Oen&nniilBlook, Main "The Centurv Magazine' in 1S90 Joseph Jafieraon's Autobi...

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. — 13 February 1890

TjSJ$gg$&F' "v& -v' -vt ; " '"12' s&h 9 $? uvv THE HOCKIK. 8.&NTiyEL, ffebraay d(B, '90. j ,. l. m v If 3 la ur te. & 6? K tii v ft A- & I&- J" F This Sentinel -:o: . KDt0KA?fDPBOrRlETOR TEUSIS - $1.50 Am Snwnkfir Keeu 8 feet bo re lhat he is unable to per eeive that lei8 on dangerous ground ! Lieutenant Governor Lamp on, upoir the advice, of his at torneys, lias decided not Jo lake the recent contest case before the Supreme court. Thevhave con eluded lliat the court cannot over fhroWfithe actioriv-oT the Senate. This leaves Mr. Marqui in unaispnled possession of the gavel. -His health is about re stored and he will be presiding over the 8f nale in a- few days. The-London -Timei has .been glad W compromise with Mr. Parnellln liis suit for libel, rath er than go before court and jury witrTit It is a virtual admission that "at no time, did it believe ttat Mr. Parnell was in any way connected with or responsible for the -Phanix" park murders. He is in no" se...

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. — 13 February 1890

JT - 3f 'w , -$ O" V vv- " ' -i - . ' V WB K?" - I ft ..r-v,: jgwumrna rim . l THE ECOCKllSrGh SEKTIISfEl February ig, '9(3. - .gssi-fgwgsr Local Items. Toledo, onn of the thrifty cities Does the People or the KingBule Donovan Artistic Tailor. For Natural Gas Yen. For public ?mpriiTeiftenJYe.r. We saw Bro. rjupelTfi shadow by Natural Gas light. Frank McGoe, cof. McArllinr, was ia town-wn Monday. Shall the question be sub mitted to a vote of the people Yes. NapralGas jfrexpjosive when net properly controlled- in a public meeting. Commissioner Jf.jT.5 Nutter, of Gore, spent;, Saturday in our Tomorrow will be St. Valen tine's day. lte member your weatheart. lliss Katie Friesner, of Colum but, is spending a tew days in Xogan. Mr. Brace Dollisnn. of Chica go, III., ii visiting his father, Dr. Dollison, of oar city. It cSf 25.000 inter, years to liffct !w town,f Logan with ar tificial gw 1 J Mr. laom Finley, of Morgan ountv, was in our cily ou Mon- dayjlaat. John Woods and Ose Spurrier wa...

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. — 13 February 1890

- -r : J a .j-sVErw.-- r v J. x: . - !-." TBtE MOCUSTd- g iSll'IISf SL cbriiai-y 13, '95. f-iv). k -.U BMlBIOIUtKtliMtK3tKMtitHiKiKKiiiatii ;r KL f t 3 .'-'- ' r r It, -r, -- V ifs fT 1 i 15? ' 1 k rx r V Have you a Rochester, Duplex or Student Lamp? Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lamp Chimneys break? Tou get the wrong sorts The right ones are the y. "PEARL GLASS" made by Macbeth & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturers of the celebrated "PEARL TOP" Lamp Chimneys, which have given universal satisfaction. Soine idea of ilie experi ence of Western journalists may be gained from the fol lowing from the Arizona ICicker "The suit of the Widow rjribbs against us for breach of promise, damages $15, 000, came up in court last Friday. This suit was insti tuted six months ago by the court house ring, which has sought our downfall ever since the first issue of this paper. That is, they put the widow up to sue us, and have advanced the money as it was needed. When the widow was put on the ...

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. — 20 February 1890

O" w- jepjzggr.' ,- - w. -j! - - --wirar&T",- - - J - rmr- Ti "v J-sa t 1"T? A i f ""t !&'- !.' I!5 . s A ftr ' I ' r3 t A TR'E HOCKING SENTLNELf . . . . $1.50i SUBSCRIPTION. -ear BiulnekaOarus. five Ub or lew per annninSAJIO sw simple annnontemen tor marriaiaa anJ. UaUand churcli and bsuavoleut ot.Ues .uscrteU free. Any addition to bltuary notice willbo eUarged flvecan xtraperllue iMre FALL AND WINTER OPENING, .a, vy Is now in full force, with of the country. Our Dress ToutZ S-eScin and 0im Pants. Wool Shirt.. BnderwSr. Gloves. Winter Hate. Caps. ote. See ou SLaaJeets aaa-cL Comfets, , unexcelled in alityfo, -the g from 150 to 60c p yard Our Boot and oe 'mo r3 Cuudes & Colchester Rubber ood in leather if you will lot us. o keep cue i ceie S-wTi ed yard, stalls, etc. Our Grocery Department, I. e tag-tin the city. f-gSg & 2 Ber in oah or merchandise. Respectfully, flmtfeitt & WaiBWWtfei OtnHniiial Blook, Main JOSEPH JEFFEBS0N, "The Century Magarme' in 1P90 .Joseph...

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. — 20 February 1890

i -i t ? r'-" mnn 0 i.ew it ' h i.. - " ji 'wj i v" - -pmS-rr: tJat&St ry?irFr- V ng"J"'JJW,Ti"- ! - ! Ji ( .-' THE HOCKING- SNTBINEiL, Fe"bruay SO, '90. : & , 1"& .A. ts V fi-- ?t : Str , OIV r iv ;4 x fe 'H . V:f 'A ' -,- v t fas-" '? v r. k-j '-s 1 s & v: t ? .'-' Bfc Ik' -c The Sentinel. IiX3"WIS C3-REE3ST, JBDITORANDPItOrilinTOK TE3MS $1.50 Thttbsda Feb. 20tli, 18Q0. Representative Price is showine Himself a leader in the LegiBlactire. Hi bill for redisricting tbo State was accepted over all the others preeentaJ. This is evidence to Mr. Price's constituents that Hootc ins has a representative o be jroud of. SENATOE LOWBY. The Cincinnati Enquirer of Saturday last, contains the fol lowing short biography or our talented young Senator, Hon. Virgii(C Lowry. Senator Virgil C. Lowry. Dem ocrat, from the Ninth Senatorial ., District, is a native" of" Athene county, made famous by the . Jtpril like lrieudships'tiflhe two Charlies, Cliarley Gfosvenor and Md Charley Towns...

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. — 20 February 1890

1 p-?i 9T&" - -- - -V K- THE HOOKING SENTINEL Febr 20, '9d. uary ?!-. rzi KM If Lf r n- : ' i7 It tf b Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. . Robert llamblin, of Pomeroy, was in our oiiy on Momlay. Dr. Denis's Cough Balsam will cure you. See adveiiisement. Mr. Buil lliecius. of.McAr lliur. was in our city on Monday. Mr. Na'F.McMaiiiel, or Co lunibus, was 111 Miis city lasl Tuesday Mr. Raymond Beard, or t-o lumbiis, spent Sunday in Logan with liis mollier. Mr. Ed. Montgomery Iir.s been quite ill with typhoid fever fpr the past two weeks. Mips Jessie Baylas, of Nelson ville, is visiting Miss Justine Siiers, of this piacR, Aaron Price, who has been in Alabama for I he past several months, lias rt turned to our city again. Bev. Frank Durr, ol Leon. Ash t abula c( a nty, is vUi ins his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Duir. near thid place. Mrs. Marion ililes. of Webb's Summit, died last Tuesday ol lang trouble, and was buried on Wednesday in Laurel township. Winona Furnaco has been out ...

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. — 20 February 1890

., &BH&&L -T -V-yJ" r - s "t i - -:i THE HOOKING S ENTIjSTJSL February 2 O, '9 O. ""7? v.. Ofv 2 ? I- . ? c. i ,s" If' 1-f -. V ; Vs- "!. Have you a Rochester, Duplex or Student Lamp? Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lamp Chimneys break ? You get the wrong sort The right ones are the "PEARL GLASS" made by Macbeth & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturers of the celebrated "PEARL TOP" Lamp Chimneys, which have given universal satisfaction. Eccentrio Tvin Brothers. Miles Torpy died inBusli ville, Pa., a few days ago. Hewes 60 years old undone of the twin brothers whose physical and personal pecu liarities had for nearly halt a century made them local celebrities. The other broth er's name is Giles Torpy. They were the sons of Win. - Torpy, an eccentric Irish man, -who at the ages of SO married Miss MinnocK, a 20-year-old girl. Miles and Giles Torpy were the result of this union. Old Torpy lived to be 95 years old and urvived his voung wife five years. The twins grew up t...

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. — 27 February 1890

v ,t&zfa- r- " rzrz-tG&f&s y?Z- 11 ir -- - r- M k t- t . z- -wvsr - , ". 52 b . ' es-5 xkff ' ar e g&v g -... . sj s. i s s7 i fc ... " I P IS UU4 ft S3 54 88 R SSk. g S W- 5T" i S 1 3 fc.9 K R 8 "".f ft 'i fte:...' - - - I 5- Grrl S3 i Wi S3 vl S1 ( u m g St3 it 23 Bt H J I tX S M 5 S g! s m ' j JL JL JLJL-J. JHl-HLV w-iL.J--JL.-L -w w.i- ju. j- -w . jiii uwiiiW . - r ' ' - '.- THE HOCKING SENTINELf ei.snt - SuuscKirtiox. B-.BoneCnnli.fie lint orlewper a n tmrSfl.lff nOWtkad clinrch nd benevoleut WtfM .nsrrted free. Any addition to "obituary notWwllfte clmi-ed Ave cents rtrajrUi:o VOLUME 48: LOGAN, OHIO, THDB&DAI. FEBRUARY 27. 1890. KUMBSR 46. Tax StamsK.. aAixosorapcausntomv t? &r -s -Cs&? TKKM3 iM,i,fcMMM i - filirie & f adsworth ! rjft A KOOEDISH ADYEOTUBE. ni nun uiiyTC J-HI MnU Iff III I B- Ui liihwj a a 1 - . 1 T agniflcent line of commoaitics, fresh lrom me d, .uiu. 0 IIDEM NK It now in full force, Trith a m cd the Kivmtrr. Oar Dress Goods Dep...

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. — 27 February 1890

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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. — 27 February 1890

.i-s? - $- ?"- -cv -t - s -" !-W; ..-('I- j"T -t?fsev "fc I ... r a !"' f, i" tyv--? r S l:' P fa V ?-s u ,r A asassaasz rtf.x.'iiJv m THE HOOKING- SENTINEL February Vi, &Q. Local Items. .BBP'CjPSRKP- lloiiomn Artistic Tailor. i An infnnf Son of Samuel Shull diedjasl Friday. J. W. V.IIer Sun-laved at home. , Dr., Ruller "Wat in Mown on Tuesday." Mr. Tliop. P. Johnston, of Fos toria, is lieieallrndiiig Court. B. K. Burcm was in Colum 1I8 on Tuesday. Col. Weldy mirl 3. II- Brielit wer in New SiraiUvillo last Tuesday,. Common Tlpas court ronvened Irffet'MofidHy, Judge Huffman on the bench. 'Squire Tounker. o! Maxville, tr.ts a caller at this office on Tuesday J. BRiaw):!, Attorney, .of Jianrelville. is lUlcndingcourl this week. .Tudge""Frieiner, of Coin minis, spent; veyeral days in our city NlHrinRthe-las! week. Tho- li ano other mailers re Jating to the use of tobacco, is pnb t'tncd op our first page. It should be read "and considered. J.: W. Mlaitin, of Arkansas 'Gily,Jvnsfl, wa...

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