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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 25 September 1890

A. tJSer hrR$$gfc?i ', -v-'.-iijB 2;&& - ':--' JT-.3 f'-Sv 2-s. i T f " p. THIS HOOKING SENTINEL, SEPTEMBER, 25, 90 I !" A L.l.JUll-ril"il,l.l-l!Ji.i.lMi.gWMLJJ,.i;.W' iixwiar, Yitrt'iwasrjrriiMrifvui Vmfcig'g-B i&&&4m!&''Wwir. r I. A- 17& ; 63 R- E5! H:-. It k; t E?. 1 , ft1 as Li' t- s-A fa- I. I w 19 l I? hi ? AdVice to Youirj Msn. My son, I noticed when you came in this morn in?, winch wns railier early for this morning nml jKitmeuhat late for last nijihl, thai you hud oil on vow coat and eomelliin els on your breath, pud fiuriuiieri thai von had beim savin,; the connirv. That is rihtf she needs it; bill she i t he .aved by .your voice nod you: . yotej not bv your ewallowin thing. Takeaway the distille ry. Stales can be saved withuiit h quite sin easily as they can be damned with it. But I was onl going' tossy that I like lo see you lake a live, real interest in politics. 1 have -a contempt for any man. old or young, who cares so lillle for the privil...

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 October 1890

m-'MlmMm iT'a-'- f'S IS "&t lPpPP? -? '-"?&V&rm t to - . " - - if THE HOCKING SENTINEL n SUBSCRIPTION. S1-50 ar-Butl-ess Cards, five line or lew per annum JO.BO ear Simple announcement of marriages and deaths and churoh and benevolent olotle .nserted free. Any addition ?o bltnary notice, wlllbe oUargea nveoen: xtra per line The Hocking Sentin EL. VOLUME 49: LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY OCTOBER 2. (890. NUMBER 25 The Sentihe LEWIS GUKKX Editor and Propria TERMS Fine Job Printing a SpegiaI new ADVERTI SEMENT OF- r.llliisiiiASini -THE- Leading Clothiers of Logan. That our goods and prices meet with general satisfaction, is best attested by the 3ontinued patronage of our customers. For the last eight weeks we have received new goods almost daily. Our store is filled with new goods for the fall and winter season. Our stock is more complete and far superior in quantity and quality than ever be fore, and our low prices can't be beat. Our ex perience of 22 year in clothing enables us t...

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 October 1890

u- ,, ; ,.v--? W - fc -'-fA THE HOCKING SENTINEL October 2, 90 -- . iT"-'v fe K &"' v u r R THE HOCKING SENTINEL U1TU 6BEKN Editor and Proprietor. TERMS $1.50 Taubsday. October 2, 1890. Democratic STATE TICKET. For Sfcretnry o State TOAD. E. OROMLLY, of Pickaway. For Judgeof Supreme Conrt GEORGE B, OKEY, of Franklin. Tot Member of Board or I'ubl Ic Works LEOPOLD KB1FER. of Miami. FOR CONGRESS, mvmE DUNGAN, Of Jncknon County. Fr Member orSUte Board of Equalisation JOHN ACKLEY. of Athens, COUNTY TICKET. For Probate Judge, WILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk of tbe Conrt, 1). H. LAPPEN. , For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, J B. R1ASON. For Commissioner, ABEL 'CARPENTER. For Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Surveyor, JAMES DAVIS. BanganiB in Logan. The Hon. Irvine Dungan, oar candidate Tor congress will address- our citizens tomorrow night, (Friday Oct. 3rd) in the conrt house. Let there be a I nil attendance of our cil xens to hear the views of the man who ...

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 October 1890

ope' 2h .3fe-vv !f3STOis t &" V- WV,--T , Ji5,rw6fi; 'K f v -- -BVA- -JTu ? -"ST- THE HOCKnSTQ SENTINEL, Octobers, '90 . a i1 .. W !-. 1 11' Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Bello, Dr. Mansfield! Gent shoes for II at Gutbris ad Co. CollinB and Moore Buildiog HainSt. Father Cady is in Cincinnati this week. Hon. Irvine Dungan is a visit or at oar fair. Circuit court will meet on next Tuesday in Logan. Ladies shoes at 75 cents pe Pair at Guthrie & Co's. Bob Kittsmiller, did you say it or only inquire about it? Lamonr, oranges and banannas always on hand at Guthrie & Co Ton ran eat a Good Pair of Boots for $L25 at Guthrie & Co. Ool. Rempel,' who put up the money to buy the Onio Dem ocrat? A full line of Dry Goods, and Groceries always on Han at Guth rie & Co's. Bro. McGrath, of the McArthur Enquirer is an exhibitor ol fine bones at our fair. , When at the fair do not fail to call at Guthene Go's, if -you want a good Bargain. Thad Allen of Lima, once of the 8KHTI...

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 October 1890

T -c t.lStesS- 'PCiT t "-1 ft-v" THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 2, 90 i -j !l Su-" JARM AND GARDEN. Things Said and Done by Wide Awake Agriculturists. TI e idea of trot tin:: oxen may ppem ieiHcI"s to thoio wlio regard the toiling ox hb einhlun: alio !' blow ami labiiritm move ment. 0en can ' e r hcd lo vmk mid even trol Ml a fair pace. Active Dsvon steers will walk further than a span of hoisw under favorh'e ciicunutancea Bural New Yorker thinks it i t viilent Shal oxen are more com f..rtnble, more easily guided ami freer to walk au.t tiot in collar anil traces than when carrying a ii heavy yore on their necks. There ha been a great deal or discussion among mechanic as lo the piint of the body from which the ox can draw the heaviest load. The horse dra.v. from his shoulders or breast, while with the usual yoke the ox mul draw from the neck. In part ol Brazil, wlioie almost all the carrying trade must be done with ox team, animals have been bred for thick necks and straight shoulders...

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 October 1890

ffiOS PilpPPiispws -a-N- s-C---uy ,-e "-- iS-(''r rjpjsrs "4 r.r-.. : '.tv" Hf i . . i ... .iSS ?:? ? itT- N We The Sentinel. SmMcunmr. er BMt.wOrii, ava Mat erMMlwr annas . srv" mtwlii iiiniiiiir rirrnt nT marriages sb aaattaan tAnrakjsad benevolent r,?HB " afcttaarv iHMUMWUMrffiiTiwai extra par i The Hocking S T ENTTNEL VOLUME 49: LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 9 1890. & C X . 1" I J. a, i g - . atasssssssssssssss - - - - - -J J ' ' 1 Slid Jf)7 y or ?t j f "- .-- -neaaaawais 5 NUMBER 25 THE SSHTUfflL UWIS 0110 Editorand ProBrtate-. Subscription Price - - $1.50. Fine Job Printing a Specialty.. LeadingClottiier s of Logan. B SilXfe , tr That our goods and prices meet with general Ifirtion; ,i&-.tot attested by the iontinued nafrin(r Htnav Mtsknrners. For the last eight weeks weliayereeeivia;riew goods almost daily. Opifttoav is4ttledrwith new goods for the fall and wihfseasdUt)ur8tock isvmore complete and far superior in quantity and quality than ever be fCaxiMfcurlow.fwoes...

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 October 1890

&? k --v - v rs.-. -- . i r -$li - -i-j $ ''KZi'C jjjT "" K && w 'y?zm?- 'if U THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October .9, 90 r:-- V I R hTHBBOCKING SENTINEL,' -- . - ';MSWis sbkkx utoriid Proprietor, Subscription Price- - $1.50. Thuksdat. October 9, 1890. i M . Democratic STATE TICKET. For Secretary or Stats THAI). E. CROHLLY, of i'ickawav. For JudgeofHupretne Court GEOUGK B. OKEY, of Fratikliu. For SliinW ofBoard of Pnblic Works LEOPOLD KKIFKU. of Miami, . FOB CONGRESS, Of Jackson County. ft eberof ijtate Bo rd.pf Equalisation JOHN ACKLEY. " ofAtbeP't COUNTY TICKET. For Probata Judge, WILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk; or tfto Uonrt, I). H. LAP PEN. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For ProsecstlosrAitnutr, J B. RIASON. For Commissioner. ABEL CARPENTER. For Infirmary pi rector, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Jorvpyor, JAMES DAVIS. Tip Democratic Executive Committee Will meet at its rooms in the Frasch building, Logan, . Ohio, on Tuesday and Thurs day evenings of each week until after the electi...

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 October 1890

J.MBBaT tef--; is is . sSSs-5 "" ""V VE-3.rfc---lV'- -. -fJ- vjT. , , jar-?-?--- r -SSJrV?ST sfef 'aws THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 9, '90 Local Items. spr ggagmmtmammammmamKBammmmmatamtammmammmmmmBSBmBaeam i wn DonovaM-ATQffflcTailor: Hello! Dan -Wright. Where are you? Prof. Keioiedv at Ihe opera house next, week v - - ,t .f Circuit Ouart met iu session in Logan yesterday. To Lancaster "and return 55 Cnta during the fair. Special Train to Gallipolis Sunday Oot. 19 only SI 50. Mr. Wirt -iiioith of Golnmbus was in town Wednesday on lus ineat. Eq. QeoVfie 'fennn of Laurel township was in town Tuesday oo business. The Board of Equalization's in ttKion$HkWtel occupied on property in Logan. The Democrats of thevfcecirla fare will stand by. the Governor. Ho dishonest men in office. Jirs. Wilson McDonald receiv ed first prejnfam on her- butter at the Hocking Conutry fair. J.BC&mih and JacTc McCarly Kail Road--Conductor's of this place Spent Sunday in Colum bus. , - , The Kril&hts"...

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 October 1890

irv fevstSfc: " .VS T""- o v7V "'"W i -,:ss--,?;; ; ji -V !. e& a ' - -1 , fSSP- SS-- THlii HOOKING SENTINEL, October 9, 9 O ifs?WS3iu r-i- THE WHEAT STEM MAGGOT. Remedies Suggested for This Part, Which Abo Apply to the Hessian By. In common parlance llio Inn piwiI fnimtois nf Mm wheat ernn re MlieiV antl 1 lit "weevil." A amcIi one of these terms may ihcIucIh ten or twenty difleienl irieieof inerls. the fly" of dm bca.i y being the wte.'ir .f unot.ier, it i- little" wonder that farmers get very much mix ed an I confuse.! in attempting lo identif the exact cane ol their llaster. TheUess'ai fly is the jne nuixi iniKeu minut, urn it r. . . -ii fii. a -I ! tinea 11m wi mi ii" iimni ' credit for. Numbered with the liifereiil flies that s fleet wheat. Iat to a less degree and. in a difl rnrat Manner, in (he wheat stem maggot. Following .arc state h.eu;inade bv ifroffessor F. M. . "Wittier, of the Pardue Uuiversi lr. lo lk Indiana dale. lwawLnf jcricn.tt.ri'. onfflBaliealvslem anarcoi...

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 October 1890

bza&li j 'jswx-y-? &TKf "Sc3! zlxK " W-iTZ. -c" ?""? J- -v-W"?. "'Wj&'j'X ,"" m j-i ' -5aT-i; nzy- -- ---i- rr j w-f "V..."" V"V" - js, - Ti Tr-Li: - " x sA V J Cl ' t- J S f S I r IS- Kr- m jf j- LX U W N " wmmmmwmmw"mr . " L . r The Sentinel. Subscription. $1.50 Sfc aw-BMl.le.BOards.five Urn orlessper . w8iuipleannonncementor marriage .. j .k.h Mmrch nnd bcuovolent f eeleUM serted free. Any addition to - blto&ry aotlces wiuoo cuarsu n.-v...... xtr per lice HEW ADVERTISEMENT -OE- I. Mil si iis A Sim -THE- Leading Clothiers of Logan. ' That our goods and prices meet with general satisfaction, is best attested by the 3ontinued patronage of our customers. For the last eight Weeks we have received new goods almost daily. Our store is filled with new goods for the fall and winter season. Our stock is more complete and far superior in quantity and quality than ever be fore, and our low prices can't be beat. Our ex perience of 22 year in clothing enables us to prove what 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 October 1890

Ji"- TvV J,' -Siffft. Of"a-' 4V; v v THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 16, 90 ,? A u w t fc i THE HOCKING SENTINEL, liEWIS CBKCT .....-Editor and Proprietor. Subscription Price- - $1.50. Thuesday. October 16,1300. Democratic STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State THAD. E. CROMLB.Y, of 1'ickaway. For Judge of Supreme Court GEORG B, OKEY, of Franklin. For Member of Board of Tnbllc Works LEOPOLD KB! FEB, Of Miami. FOR CONGRESS, Of Jackson County. a " For Member orstate Board of Equalization JOHN ACKLEY. V" of Athena, " countFticket. f v For Probate Judge, ' WILLIAM T. ACKEB. ' t For Clerk of the Court, fe- , D.rH. LAPPEN. For Treasurer, I , BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, ju J B. RIASON. ? For Commissioner, r? ABEL CARPENTER. ? For Infirmary Director, jj" ISAAC A. WRIGHT. rX..v ForBurveyor, tr . JAMES DAVIS. ly . The Democratic Executiye Zt Committee Will meet at its rooms in the Frascli building, Logan, Ohio, on Tuesday and Thurs day evenings of each week until after the electi...

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 October 1890

v-v v -gW -r1 'vTvST - - - THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 3 6, '90 "-' f -""-, ir5vs-' v: 4 7 it is L i Local Items. QjflYtB-ArtlsOcTitilor. Jack Frost The Merry-go-round rune. still Mr. Ohas. Rosejis in Cincin nati this week. Sign painters are doing good work in Logan. Many persons from Ibis place will attend the cenieniel at Gal lipolis this week. Hiss Mead Enepper. of Col umbos, is the guest of Mrs. Jen dm Wright, this week. Mrs. Fter Sells of Columbus was visiting in Logan this week the guest of Mrs. Ohas. Rose. Bon. C..L. White. Mc Arthur, Wasinourtowa-on Monday last andgaTetoe Sentinel a pleas ant call. ---Miss Edna Cresap is in Nel- OBville this week attending her brother, B. E. L. Cresap, who is aarionsly sick. Charlie Bowlby and Oliver Wright are in Sandusky City this week attending the session of the Masonic Grand Lodge. Mr. Webster Foston orNel ODTille spent Sunday in Lagan with bis wife, who is spending a few weeks with her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Cresap. Miss Catheri...

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 October 1890

--acKsS56 "V - THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 16, 90 i jji MgEC-iri arYfct fffP"lifc:',-'gls giaaii5WRVlflsww'ai;it'fcHrawvKww;?iBii!i f i7 fc- k P 11 BLOWN TO ATOP. ' A Frightful Povrder Mill Explosion.- Piiixad'-i.I'MA Ocl. 9. A ter- pytible exp'oMort uccsired in tho Ft . powder mills near Wilmington, i -i : i.:..i. i.. .,...-.... JeiHWaiC, III niuvii icu jit.-i.-niii i " - - . . .. 1 v-were liHiantiy killed, hiki ai ,!S,liiit twenty, if nut mure, wjyv $-?ittiiireil. manv feiioiir.lv nntl'i hi " :-K! j..- a r-i-.il.. aume, iiiis icaivu, i.-uuiv. Mule than unc hall the window gashes of the laree building were I blown ont, nnd ihoe that re- & nmined the e1hs3 were broken. V .811011 IheiCHller a cloud of bluhh moke wan been ami the smell ol burmng'powder was nbrerved. .' -Following a curve m the roaa " the reporter beheld an appalling spectacle. Women and children, wives and mis and daughters ol men employed in the powder manufactory, were madly rush ling -hero and there peeking 1...

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 October 1890

NJp'- ?;"" 7 WSr -r't --- i ir? V A--.'.- -- -.;tsj.'-5?n -- --" 1 I- r i 1 r K 1,1 i- i The "Sentinel. Br BMitMi Uards, sve Un or, leM per BiunaiiieMMBto marriages Hi MthtMd chnroh and benevolent ...l .mmmrtmA ffM. AV addition tO bltaary aotlees wlllbe ebarged ve eee H Kinder Una HEW ADVERTISEMENT m . n I.Blasius&Son Leading Clothiers of Logan. That our goods and prices meet with general satisfaction, is best attested by the 3ontinued patronage of our customers. For the last eight weeks we have received new goods almost daily. Our store is filled with new goods for the fall and winter season. Our stock is more complete and far superior in quantity and quality .than everbe: fore, and our low prices perience of 22 year in prove what we advertise. Mil Without the slightest risk as we sell our goods with the understanding to refund the money or exchange all suits or pants bought of us, if not entirely satisfactory in style, quality, fit or price. Our aim is to give satisfaction to ...

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 October 1890

I- - -V . -L V.Zt f- "-J-""? iZ5.& : "V: & THE HOCKING SiiNTXJNl, October 3, to 'i 3 t A :JC . W Ev D IX 5 IT ! I" ?. IT r ft IS- IHp rr THE HOCKING SENTINEL, LEWIS GEEUX .1itnr and Proprietor. Subseription Price - - $1.50. Thdesdat. October 23,1890. Democratic STATE' TICKET. For Secretary of Stato TOAD. E. CllOMLbY, of Pickaway. For JutlgeofRuprcrae Court GEORGE B, OKKY, of Franklin. Tor Member of Board of rubllc Works LEOPOLD KK1FER. of Miami. FOR COSORESS, Of Jackson County. For Memberof State Board ofEqualliatlon JOHN ACKLEY. of Athens, COUNTY TICKET. For Probata Jadge, VTILLIAM T. ACKER. For Clerk of the Conrt, D. H. LAPPEN- For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, J B. R1ASON. For Commissioner, ABEL CARPENTER. For Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Surveyor, JAMES. DAVIS. The Democratic Executive Committee Will meet at its rooms in the Frasch building, Logan, Ohio, on Tuesday and Thurs day evenings of each week until after the election. Wm. P. ...

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 October 1890

,-pWS.L... 4.Pii--- -'--JU - -.- -"-,y;" ' s J" - "5 - far-ni.fi SVil-isgj-J Local Items. f1 - v-v- . .iafesag- Donovan--Artistic Tailor. Peace reigns.- Themerry-jco-ronnd has gone. 1 Once ore a phonagrapk is before us. Mr. Arthur Wilson, foreman on the Hub, has resigned. Dr. Denig's Cough Balsam, nleaant and effective. See ad vertisement. G. A. Hawkins of Parken burg West Va. was in Logan on ' business Ibis week. Many Logan people attend ed the night races at I he Lancas " ter Fair, Friday evening. Geo. J. Frasch and wife of Corning i-prat, Sunday with his mother and friends in Logan. Stiers & Go. have sold more wraps this fall ttian any season since they have been in business. Father Noglehisen, with a few of the Logan Gun Club, were looking for squirrels, Hon - day. The game law is void after '?- November 10th., after which time there will be much sport in the woods. George Hartman of the East End, presents an invitation pub lished elsewhere to his friend to and see him. Joe ...

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. — 23 October 1890

rrvlt'-'PK"1 "" ?-33"S5SF!? fig? vfeh'SBv.'iH sry ' -" '--7 ,-- "" THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 23, GO - to - -s -. 1 V' ; fe -S iS Rv I u i.- A LEGE! OP LIfAD. iv- FJLV. Romance, History and facts Combined Hake an Interesting Story Written "- "The SentneT By One !c- WnoAnows. i'AlnoBt every vicinity has its Tl.eso kead ot early oetllemtint. rc handed down from one genera- . tiea to another, and Feem to be aSxcd as nuch to tbeir localities as thareckBtheBnelTes. Urandmoih n love to tell their grandchildren f tbese stories of tho daring deeds of their ancestors. While the child tea atore them up in their minds and fxBder over them whom grown to b ktature years. Ash Cave is rich in ' its aioniw of carlr times. From Laurel Township comes the grand eld Indian stories of ihe ItockHouso i", -sum Mockison creeK. ureen lwp. M its "MatheBey Roost.'' -v dux aonti oi inn lecenas uiai , Instarao thickly about our little Y, village of Surr mIj TC;uty has been anfldd to the public. We bav just c...

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 October 1890

gfsSSW ". f -"'SRV fcv3ff- -i,7r---jJ-" ""w - "v- WoJ'-iaM'!il'--f'"i-gr5-J,-'-, N -V7 j ."f V V t s LS . I , .- f w- . -v t--' -rV 'C v te PK? fc4 11 i The Sentinel. Subscription. 1-ov . ttS- BntlBel Cards, five lines or less per air Simple annnnneementof marriages and de.th.Hnd clinrch and benevolent . . a . aiifiitlon to moieties .nwnw " -"- " ebltnarynotlceswilluecuarBednvecects exl-aperiino EW ADVERTISE . Blasms & Sou I Leading Clothiers of Logan. Tfiat our goods and prices meet with general satisfaction, is best attested by the jonhnued patronage of our customers. For the last eight weeks we have received new goods almost daily. Our store is filled with new goods for the fall and winter season. Our stock is more complete and far superior in quantity and quality than ever be fore, and our low prices can't be beat. Our ex perience of 22 year in clothing enables us to prove .what we advertise. 1 Fin Yon Without the slightest risk as we sell our goods with the understanding to...

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 October 1890

-3WV - ft.jpw,-- ijv--- j. V $ ,1? THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 30, '90 rsi "e.1$ H t.4- ! IV-s I 5 r s I. f- V If l 6- TREHOCKING SENTINEL, . L. . lwu....!Uo,drrop,r.!Se8m,,b,t.I,e,nre 0,1 .1.0.1 Subscription Price - - $1.50. .Thursday, October 30,1S90. Democratic STATE TICKET. For Secretary of State THAIX E. OROMLLY, of Pickaway. For Judge of Supreme Court GEOlvGfl- B, OKEY, ' of Franklin. For Member of rioard of rublic Worts' LEOPOLD. KBIFER. . of Miami. FOR CONGRESS, ffiYINK UWGdN, . O r-St cfeson County. For MembefoTS tat Board of Equalization " ' JCTHK ACKLEY. . - .: QLAtllcnS, codntyIicket. For Probate Judge,, .. J WILLI AM T. ACKER. For Clerk or the Court, D..H. LAP PEN. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. Kor Prosecuting Attorney, ' J. B. RIASON For Commissioner, ABEL CARPENTER. For Iuflrmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. For Surveyor, JAMES DAVIS. No dMiohst man shall IioW office while I am Governor, if I can help if. James E.Campbell. The Democratic meetings thus tar held hav...

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 October 1890

sSbpS7SySA'i: ,-"-a.isST'' ' - ioaf- - ,-,s-t'-S "? " es 5-53 -.- -if - - ' v? C A ir? " V V THE HOCKING SENTINEL, October 30, 90 s ' -3 V T ?th w Local Items. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Snow. A cold .wave. Choicest 6piced and sour pickles,' at Gutherie & Co. Jersey sweet-potaloes 25c. a peck, at G-jlherie & Co. A special drive in Boots Shoes, at Golhrie & Co. You will find some good bar gains in dress goods at Gutherie &Co. Special Theater Irain Nov. b., for Columbus. Only $1.00 round trip. There were seven deaths in one day at kelson ville last week from dyptberia. Ladies, when you wanban A No. 1 Sewing Machine, call at l he store of A. E. Work & Co., and eximinp the STANDARD. Il lias been improved and is the BEST MACHINE in the market. B. C. McManifial Agt. 4w Mr. Dan Ryan, Secretary of BtatP, has donated to our High School library, a copy of his his f nrv nf Ohio, one of ihe best histoiiesin piint. The pupils desire, thus publicly, to thiuk him for the courtesy...

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