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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 12 June 1890

ifrz&rfpgif K -- yrffrvS-'P', C3 -' !M- .-! Is. ' .?; K THE HOCKING SENTINEL, June 12, '90 I fi fiMmm!j ..ii!.'.fj'jjuBLjLkjteaajw i i mwn ini.'H'i'WM'Tgaasaf Kfi r. "jfi.'--l,,.tiani,.ffl.'vA''t. "-'W" .'.-- Bjy.By ... r:m rmrmnin l nin - rtm him h iimmihii i i l V, ICJ . 15. h Have you a Roeliester, Duplex Student Lamp? Do they work satisfactorily? : Do your Lamp Chimneys break? You get tne wrong sorto 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. A Safe Investment. Is one which is guaranteed to v give you satisfactory results or -ia case of failure a return of pur chase price. On this safe plan you can liuv from onr advertised druggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is guaranteed to bring relief in every case, 'when used for an v af fection of throat, lungs or chest, 'each as Consumption, Inflnma tion of Lungs, Bronchit...

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 June 1890

CL? Kjrf-c- XtSz" f - !i3fc" ti i 7 & it u rrai? TrnniTTa skNTIEIjI The Sentinel. I- Subscription. ... . ' $1-50 HE TINEL, oi- ir. Business Canto, live llns,orlesspcr annflttlftLbO -8luipleunueinentor marriages ( ana dUuaud church and beueo!eut Mp.itlM .BMrted free. Any addition to jlS- ED-1TOH AST DPROFR1ETOX. LOGAN, OHIO. THUBSDAI. JUNE 19 1890. DUMBER 10. obituary notices wlllbe charged ttvecents rxtraycrllKe VOLUME 49: TERMS - - fl.50 ti U'Lt Sen T HOCKING' "J s & : - aa, mm I? i V" IV p I STCE31S&C0 We bee leave to call the attention of the public to the fact that our Spring stock comprising the following lines, is now complete: Dress Goods, Ladies Spring Jackets, BeadedCapes, Carpets, Shoes, White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. - .-. ,. .... v tn' .r ihi. .nn.nncl is nnnsnallr attrnrtiva. Wo nre showlnir a ---- Vs TV-. I. AAAlfl ? ... Ltt fii.m the rrliciilet to the Best. Tiimise Ulotbs, Side Bands, I.ustcrs, Slrlpcs, (Ttnfcs and I- Qui Line of Dress Goods ;$2gg tb...

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 June 1890

-,--- THE HOCKING SENTINELJlJE1990 f. i , MKHHaBBBBHaBnBEaHHBBBHIHH to- &5 - m 1; ' T r t t. y f- o is-t i ' 14. 1 l" The Sentinel. x,-E-vris green, KDirORASlPor&iETOR i " i TERMS $1.50 Tkibsday, June 19th, 1890 Democratic Primary Election ThcQnne Icraocrntic votptsof Hjvck Ing oSuuty, OUio, are Hereby noting tUtn SMurdi.v Jnne.2lt. 1890 Ji IHanowllc PriiiiNry Election will bo fteldja u d County t the usual pI.iow.nr boldlifs elections thcrelu and herein. llio-BalcrI'nv" Motion 2010 to -i, """", id Slntulwi or Ol.lo. f.r the purpose of SomlnaUng one c". r. e... n the hllnvlnir named ofllceK i rooaie jiui,t-, ProSVutlinz Attorney. Surveyor uuu Infli jaary Director. i..iMtonB 5S8? iTSST town8Ui,V; precinct otA 5?S , .i. w ifeuuul Committee to ier e lor tUeeiwuiTn: year. The lollowiiig Mmed Dcrrann have been appointed bu SS&rfoHald election at lhe different 2?gp?,: Geo. Schual w , . .h p ,J, T. Poling taaurel Tp Logan, 1st W 2d " 3d " 4th . Marlon Tp... retry, Laoreivllle t...

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 June 1890

Vvi-' THE HOCKXLsTG STCNTIjSTEL, Juno 3 9, '90 - it L- Local Items. jWif lnovn-Artistic Tailor. We have -bees having dai'y raiiis the past week II A. Reber i visiting friends in (. harleston, W. Va , this week. Dr. Denic's Worm Syrup al ways docs food. 6cciiihtili.se- ment. Mrs. Ohs. SihilJi, nfCJfrninjr. is I lie guest of Logan friends litis week. Mrs-Samuel Flerii, of Zanes- vitlo, is llie guesl of Mrs. A. Ii. JJrooke. Um Li Hi Brit'crworth, of Nil. eonville, ib the gueat of Mr. and lira, jtf Oline. Mrs. II at tie Golden, of Alliens, is I lie enest of lier father, Mr. Jacob E Bui in. Prof. C. C. Miller or Sandusky Citjr, made a pleasant call al I he Sentinel Office Monday. Jlr.. and Irs. Clias. V:i, of Kelt-nuvilla, visited Mr. Vail's father and family, Tuesday. Mr. aiuf Airs. B. K. Trtlsrh and Mii-s Hattie Tritsrii ate visii itijr fiieuds al Findlay. this week. Mrs Vet. Dr. It Mooro and children left Mot-day for n visit to their old home at Broikvillo, lud. Mrs. .Edward James and...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 19 June 1890

Ifie t ' TIJE HOCKIInTQ SENTINEL, Juno 3 2, '90 ittUiRATJ.iainiw:i'y'Uiii,vw:vMiyj IT IV. Have you a Rochester, Duplet Student Lamp? Do they work satisfactorily? Do vour LamD Chimneys break 2 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. 5- -' i Tie College Gractaate. ilobc The; college graduate is now looking about liimfor a job. It is thto Mdesl period of his lite. He finds himself projected suddenly into tile midst of a world of which lie knows nothing, but which he kM been taught to believe is wailing for him. Be finds himself instead as su perfluous as a weed. The places which tie hoped to fill he finds are already occupied by men who stubbornly refuse to resign or die. tie begins to believe with Mal tha?, that there are too many people in the world, and that Darwin's theory of the survival of the fittest is a hugh mistake. ...

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 June 1890

The Sentinel. TflJ? HOCKING SENTINEL Subccuipiio i; - Business C-rdl?-ve Hues oriels per- annum Sft.o ear Simple announcement or mnrricpcB and deathsnnd church and benexolent EDITOK ANDl'KOFRIETOB. ' LOGAN. OEIO. THUB'SDAI. JUNE.26 1890. JN UMBER 11. -( " '- -P rj- .aH , . - . - - r vy - -m iMj f 4 u r ,4 Cjj 13 J J w B " 1 !1 3 ?EB B " Hi I Iff l- LVI ff IT" . & -W PJ B W B . :o: i t . - f -. , ' , oclelle .nerted free. Any addition 10 t.hUuaryfotlceswMbocuarBcd-veecuts yyjj(jjJJ )i xtra per line J TERMS $1.50 r . v n r h I & P TIERl & GO Webeg leave to call the attention of the pnblicto-thefact-that our Spring stocK comprising une iuny wxix5 hap ttx."jr-7i;-fi -ii. Dress Book Ladies Smng Jaw80tt!flft ' c 'rtCirrr Carpets,'slio.es, White GQOds.Laceaid rEmbpHes:; 1 - v . Our Line of Iress Goods bow cvry thing that Is new uid U idrablc. sud as Braids. Gulm j. bow everything Include all the Novelties uitrleltuK, nnmiiioi re tk or every nes-c tuuiKe onus, nl Mm Sea sonable ...

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 June 1890

THE HOOKING , SENTINEL., JUNE S690 r- i 5 l& b'h I . The Sentinel. IE'WIS. C3-K.BE3ST, COITOllANDPUOPKlinOIt TEItMS $1.50 Thuesday, June 2Cth, 1890 Democratic COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge, WILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk of tlio Court, D. H. LAP PEN. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, . J. W. U1AS0N. For Commissioner, ABEL CARPENTER. For In firmnry Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Hurvej or, JAMES DAVIS. THE SCHOOL HOUSE PEOBLEM Meeting of Citizens. On last Srondaj evening c meeting of citizens of Logan mot in the Court room to discuss the best plans lor the benefit of our schools. Miss Stctnman one of our most ac complished young ladies was employed by the Sentinel to lake a "short hand" repoit of remarks made. The discussion and the exact state ments made by those who spoke follows below. Mr.O. W. H. lYrih, Chair man of the meeting, spoke as follows: It is very discouraging to the 'school board of lbia town to hare so small an audience here. With- pat ai...

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 June 1890

HE HOCKING SEKTIISTELr Juno 36, fS0 V 1' V -?- - COSTISUO) FIU 31 2ND PAGE 1 plenty of fresh air and lijjlit. Il bl'cids-Io me that it is a mailer eisily lo bo submitted to the Board oi EIucalion. Wo have men in our Board of Education who are intelligent men and who work for the best interest of ev en citizen and our children. I want lo say that as a tax payer I liave been opposed lo beinji taxed lo put well down in this town, we know not where for we know not what, but I am in favor of be ing taxed for the benefit, of my children. (Cheers.) I waul them to go into that building with sound bodies and bright minds and leave it in the same condition I am perfectly willing lo submit 1o this Board of Education lo build the proper buildings and ventilate them in the proper way. and I will say il is all right. Why, now they have a large stove in one corner ot the room and in another corner lliry have another similar to that and the children aro compelled lo ireathe that air over and over a...

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 June 1890

tfr- s THSHB3e&TlSrTI-2S:jEL, Juno Q6, '90 tli ,in.'i;v".JF y ; wij-1 A. '. JJ,Bi.t ..V-lA Jt TgSBSWiyT3g-5a-a-Va-aj-- -'.iigff -g-'cw m .HWK'. - -.w rnregrrTErCT-rf israrr'ig-aaasPCT w- llJs S ' rranaaai ij.H3gggaM.v.'iLitrli rj'Ufu - jB5asgasaiyMJkaiaijjjR','.wjja3if ji r K Have you a Rochester, Duplex Student Lamp? Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lainp Chimneys bre n ; ! You. get the wrong sort. The right ones are th Sis' - " ? 'r5igr "" .f.v" r-S ak2 "? t V ss - l" 4 s PB1R1- GljfiSS" ''ttiacle by Macbeth & Od., Pittsburg, Pa. Manufacturers of the celebrated PEARL TOP" Lamp .Ghimneys, which. iven universal satisfaction Mi j r School Examiners Test Questions ARITHMETIC. 1 At SI2 per M. vlml isllie Jollowiiij; bill of lu:i.ler worth: SG joint 24 It.. Inn;;. 10 in. wide siml 2 in. lliick ; 4 b.-ains 24" ft. long by 1U -iu. square; 400 pieces of sulinij 12 feet Ions nftil 4 in. wide? ; 2. Alter losuur J of my money I earned $12 ; 1 then spend of wlint I had nd found 1 h...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1890

,rrg!3Bag5aiaSgX;-(aB!g,T- -, .tl iset&Li- -, & - ; !, .-.jjgpgtLj ri-.. -v. - -?v - f - iniin ii " -.-- i . --- t , - hTT . - - - - ; :" c" r- - -. ..--. T :i -.- ....- . . wmwmw- --'rr- " - . ' J -'. t ' V, I '-' . V: ? t-f 1 r v i J- I. -vr f , TnE nOOKINGSENTINED SucscrJriio I. $1 50 W Business Cirds, five Unci, or lest, per an ii ion SR.U0 to-Simple announcement of marriages and denthsaud eliurch nnd bcnevolentj octette .userted free. Any amuuon io obituary notices will be charged fiveeents extra per Hue E r m MoaU m M OCKING ENTINEL jVOLUME 49: LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY JULY 3 1890. NUMBER 12. The Sentinel, LE-WIS GBEEXT, . EDITOR. ANDPKOrKIETOB. TERMS - - $1.50 STIERS & CO (Continued from Last Week.) Ifilnte in 1 lm corner of the illv :THES0H00LH0USEPE0BLEM,ve!lli,ate(1 roonij red hot m wiu ter lime, and pupils Meeting of Citizens. Dress Goods, Ladies Spring Jackets, BeadedCapes, Carpets, Shoes, White Goods, Laces and Embroideries. . . i .I. 4n11 IttiA nf PilnrO 111 I...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1890

" I 33se?-55i 73t 4,"(ysvsjr THE HOCKING SENTINEL, JULY 3, 'GO -i ' . : i i. I? T 1.5 If a. The Sentinel. -"-:o: XB-VTIS GKEVBE3NT, . EDITOltANUPROPKIETOIt TERMS $1.50 " Thursday, July 3d, 1890, Democratic COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge, WILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk of the Court, D. H. LAP.FEN. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Proaecati ng "Attorney, J. IV. RIASON. For Commissioner, ABEL CARPENTER. For Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Surveyor, JAKES DAVIS. CoogrMBonal Conyention. Tlio Congressional Com mittee met last night at the Rempel House and fixed Logan as the place, August the' 5th as the time for the Convention. The Ml proceedings will be given next week. The Democrats of the Ninth Dis trict have renominated Hon. Jos. II. Oalhwaite to serve then) in Con Kress. Ho has made a record that places him among the creatost Htatemea of tho Buckeye State or the Union and the "Haw caters" of Hocking congratulate Lira. Tito .Republican Judiciary Con vention at Chtllicotho...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1890

I? j Tii JiinH-ai HJ " U- -i" rr" T . - - '"ST .." i -, t , ?" -- "" v THE HOCKXTSTQ SBNTIZSTEIj, July 3, '90 A"- F f r J; w? u ." C, i1 -n. J It. t $ F -. js LTi '4 lm V?i Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Ken hoi ! Fourth to-morrow. Normal opens next Monday. Tlio blackberry crop, it is report ed, will be large Una ycur. Tliero will lie no 4th of Jely eel ebration tuit Jear at Logan. . Twelve bats of 6oap for 23 ecnta al Guthrie & Co's. By attending the Normal yon will better your position as a teacher. John Shively and family have taoved to Ildnlinglon, W. Va. W. U. Niebnrjjer of Hip Shaw nee Journal made Hie Sentinel office a ctll on Monday; A.E. AlspouclfliflB accepted a position on the Ohio Slate Jour nal SI afi". Three earis of Bed Cross Corn lor 20 cents, al Guthrie & (Vs. J. P. Eversol of Norllibourn O is visiting in the city. 3lre. Dartel Oastell is viitlnc Iter daaghter Mrs. C. M. Bowlby. Go to Gathne A Co'b. for freBh Groceries. Mrs, llary Brown of Columbus i ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 3 July 1890

t-5 f-' 51 THE EEOCKIlNTa SEIsTTIjEL, July 3, '90 'f..nm:.MWJn. !'i..j.!iy.'H"J muj.-.jJH. iUB'tjwr V ,' nii:'MTJ.UHlw.im. l-j 'i ii.. n j. ..mw. i. ... l. ..i.i.b.j .-ttot Knit -- j B i MB - .--. -..i --, uuAn .in L.!.iwrmimpjj.wiji. PttNfc-jyjm.iMi,yi."!Wigggg . v vw - ' gj ' School House. (Co'noluJed.) golden rain. aTP 'fiSTs- - IC If- J. Ir :-Jr; v$n - l want to know whether the people wautelght or ten rooms there am What they want and how they want it. These plans will bo submitted and formulated. I think lli.t they will be iorintilnted "right a-ay so that the people cm go right a'ieod. 5- . Mr. Green: .7, Mr. Chairman, looking to the . question ns being merely a matter - v of aucResUon which all this tallc is aooiit, I would like to have myself understood. I think that thero ire a great many 'people who believe - -. Jh the cottage plan, and I would liko for the 6cbool board lo know that there a-o a great number ol the people who would like to have - ' the school buildings buil...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1890

5-saSf?TQil fPipfPl .jsk" ;? rr2;53,r'g";l a;- Ss5r?3 c-ij- V 4V - V 7 " -. C "ii-W - H 52 -- .-v-'iii"" l if a ?s n 'J ( V PB&""? &&& ! RS&- . 1 S53ff . " ' .ex KttV?C S. . &M- . Y J h it ' Ui " V ar - tL . - - --X .A. ft B- -M U 1Si IK . 5V" THE HOCKIXOr SENTINEL SCBOCRIPTIOT. $1 f Air business Uunls, five llm.s orlest-r-r . .,'aunnmSB.oO er tUmplcnnncinnccmcnt of tnnrrinsos Bd deatliRauil church tind benevolent ocletles inserted free. Any addition to Ultaary notices will be chargou flvvceius txtra per line r- Iflfe flS'-- ISTIERS ,? m i SrBSrrrjf2 l,r --- iay.utfs v --Spring stocK comprising n rjiiuwiu5 xAii, "- UT8SS llOOu uMBS yuH JfcbfiByS yeftayuuwps :arp8ts;Sioes, White Goods, Laces and Embroideries -'Ur-r- " i.MsSJ . i Inrludesall Ou&Ziine of Dress Goods si howlnttUatta newandd.sliable.EUCh as Braids. Gulmi.s. W... " "' - ' i. Want New mo in and let us show you mra 'JWXSr ?aS Bt ir: Wn o, .department as we have many new and beautiful things to sh...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1890

sye Pirji: n- :JCes -m V l2SP53 rsr'sH -r C4, - . - -t V " V- . ,i i - SLa. - s V r - s - V - "i -r- mi s'" -. 1-353 - "-JT THE HOCKING SENTINEL, JULY 1O90 g3TSV l-J fc? i" l-f P-71 ,."" i , -ad; --, - wis iSi. rLv .?- y-y J-:v. i-v it : ?" " ? -. ?; J-. 8 .' IS--s-i .. rM V -o K 'V -? R. .- 5 Eii ,'" '. V - . 5 : 'f- " --. "I u-jfcr- "- z feSL m i;JV 8W The- Sentinel. :o:- KDITOR AND PROPRIETOR TERMS $1.50 Thursday, July 10th, 1890, Democratic COUUTf TICKET. For Probate Judgp, WILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk of tbe Court, D. H. LAPPEtf. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For ProecoUng Attorney, J. W. RIASON. For Commissioner, ABEL CARPENTER. For Innrroary Director, james davis. For Surveyor, JAMES DAVIS. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION At a meeting of the Democratic District Committee nam at uie Mmiwi nouui Xogan. Wednesday, July 2, 1S90, at which all the counties. except Morgan, were rep resented, the following call was Issued : The Democracy ol the 13th Congressional District, com...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 10 July 1890

d"- SfSS333 :.-f '-. i. sss5sssf&s: 5? SSxSKyc fiL- sgpgTV f-' iHSrSaaSgSgRSxSS5s "iTCJ "S?3ij.-sisr' ;"-,S--s-"5s."SSf3-,ky- f ?!ff V Krcj-jsi " - "V -? - -r - : - --s f - trtzz "" 3E" X- i- p?gS8 -riZ " .w J. - -3 -" PSg .ia? l"? f t r i -" .. -C3l 53 -. -v a J ." ;x p-s F- !:! r si.- S-r re m ..i A&r L ':- liW. . t1 - 'a? fciS .. i 5L.c ,K - "FA- v 5 I J ! j L-C3 BT 5 u J? w &: A , it s. iJ- f r f tr f a?& 5 i? E V, .-rf u- ft Local Items. jaSpSl Donovan-- Artistic Tall or. Se tlio Mayor's notice to the owners of dogs. "Miss Florence Oulvor is viMling Kelsonvil'o fricmla. Henry Atlcnrk lost a vpry vnln ble hortE one day Inst noelc. fjap. Fricsner, of Culnnilius, is vi8ilUj-friend8 in this city. Unas. Rose was in Cincinmli tret of the week. William Brook hns aeceplfd a position an book keeper al Wino uaJTitriiace. RetfTalher Weisenger or New Sirailsville was iu (ise ciiy lion day. Miss Nora Kejlv of New-Slails Tini-isTisilins her sister Mrs. Kern of this city. Mr. ...

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. — 10 July 1890

3Siggs5 Ss5gffiiliJi s?J3ii 3SiSiiiSOT , CrrintaS T?i "" " irZZ5SSr-f:'- "T55fiKaSEM"Kl.ir- -:ar -xsic. -a; t"r- ""V X -? r AmCZ S LS-b S ,-T "S---'J 1 -? - feifeLT-vv ? .. -rvv . . - - ; i--r t .i?f- -r-ir '- :: -sp j v..i fc 'fe-T-iS? v r- ' VP-' - '. r - & THE HOOKING SKISTTINIEL,, July lO, '90 hA &M SLH tee,.- jjAj;iJ,TJx.;i:-!tVH S2553322nriI2EsX3 T c3Fa T9?KiVCTm EPS - K.Li5iU-JL''i'..naiuJuwR7 fc kv T y RAINED DOWH ASHIiS. SSv fc-" - l feK-V A Peculiar rhnwmcnna In afoxlco Airties from a t'iiicillco Sky. A rain of rwlios fell a few days ago Rt Guanajuula, Mexico. Tlie Two Republics, of tho City of .Mexico, says: It commenced at about 10:S0 o'clock , in the morning, when ashes started to - fall in the city from a cloudless ' sky, and when there was no wind pre .. xailin near tho earth. The lower classes woro badly frightened, thinlc 1 in that tlie .strange phenomenon was -J the precursor of some dire cvont. The churches w: s sought by thcin. . tvhere thoy offered up pr...

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 July 1890

j2IsHS3ft2 -l2?iIlJ - v.rvfgV' C-lv--,vr " - '.D - - - ' - -..- , ... , j u p. a " aVrMVxf."Ii " - Jing-w fvrr-n--wtffi?!t'ryifffl,sn' -iffiff7;y--ry.ry7tv " t-r-" '"mnr"' t The Sentinel. KNTINEL, -:- i J fr BuvliicshOurUs. five lines oi less per annum fiUCO cia-Kliniili announcement of marriages Ua-WIS GKEEN, EOITOBAXOPROPBIZOm -, Sir. and uealusiuid cliuroh and benevolent, LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JULY 17 1890. ojletlos norteJ free. Any addition lo TTijp I ( obituary notice wlllbc charged flveccuts V (Jjj(Jjj jjj 4Jl NUMBER 14. I TERMS fi.su 2 - -i-? "'3!S5ffiSiasn-Jass3 vi--.-1.: BaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaBaaBaaBajBH r . IV . ,.-.- fi THE JMCJOTG SENTINEL fT-Tr- tib , ITNT7'TATn W! vlmT r-BuliiBbhOurUs. five llm-Boi less per M $ g H J M jfiL, X V. .JL. -Sk-JL--A- V- VF Bk ri - - - .. - I . - - ' " ' pxtra per line a; i in rn ' . Hfe- P T - & -I - t ' if: pr VfJH . -M-M,"" , STIERS & GO - We beg leave to call...

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 July 1890

iu . mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmBmmmm s?,q?rr' "s2r55"?1'"" Voy -" .&;". --jiijjvrv "rp?v?- - !- -t V.T- -5- -r a - -Sl1--esfr --. .-- " -J9viSi vS3 5SsfS?J5S3f r s - Wj r? . THE HOCKING SENTINEL, JULY 17, 'GO w"'-'--"1 J-J ' 'VTr aaaMBssaagsasMsasasasaBssaaiagifowM--'1' --- mnmmmmmTFSnBiiKrryBaBFi: : . x- f-i-j o The Sentinel. XiETKTIS GBEEN, EDITOR AND PROPRlETOIt M -TERMS ir $1.50 ' "I . THE PATHFINDER'S SUD DEN CALL. New Toubsday, July 17th, 1890, ' f Democratic COOHTY TICKET. ft? P " -r -If WT For Probate Judge, "WILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk or the Court, D. H. LAPPEN. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, J. W. RIASON. For Commissioner, ABEL CARPENTER. For Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Burveyor, JAMES DAVIS. DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION .Special dispalch from York has (he following: Gen. John Charles Fremont, the first candidate of the Repnb lican parly lor president, died at the home of his adopted daughter the wife o...

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 July 1890

THE HOCKING STCETTrSTIEIi, July 17, '9Q ---r V &" uv c;-k It- r it i Local Items. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Mrs. Win. Waner is visiting friends at Chillicollie. Mrs Lee Black is very ill nt lier home on Hunter street. JUG 0? BSD EYE CAUSED A QUAEEEL. Death of One Man. Mr. Dr. Jaires Lilllc is vi6i ing friends in Beverly. Mrs. I. N'." Colli na lias cone lo Magnetic Springs for health. Mrs. W. F. Bort or Nelcontrille visited relntivcs in (his rily on Wednesday. Scarco a week passes but what some now crime is committed with in the boiders of Hocking county, r.insing from the lowest to tho highest degree known in the crim inal code. On Saturday, Jul)' 5Ui, James Bird, aged 21 years nrd Charles' Burglars again made raid J upon uapt. vv. m. liowens residence, Tuesday night, or at an early hour Wednesday .entrance was Card to the Public from the Offic ials of the Infirmary. morning. made by removing a screen from one of the dining room windows. Clothes presses were turned topsy-turvy, B...

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