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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 30 June 1887

-'fr-'sv: -??? '&' t" ?sr T"Oj's(crs ami Soup, eery day, including Sundays, at Johnny Kirstciu's. "WffJl M LOCAL ITEMS. T Intrrf1, Slintra. Cirra, Corn. Ten smfi'l hands upon llie spread. Tlve forms kncHns ucide the bed. Slue-eves, Blact-cyeR. Curly-bead; Blonde. brunette-In a ,f Blow. Walllnc llie made word. Such a row I Hover! 1 years, six jeurs. five, four, two ! Flftr finders, nil In n line (Tonrsnre thlrty.find twenty arpmne) Ten sweet eyes that spaikle and shine. Motherly Almt. nee or ten. Evens the flmror tips nsilo. Stances along the lineand then "Intm. Tnlntm.cntra.corn Apple-seel ! "I'P,16 l'10"1' XVlre, brier, limber locx. Three ceese tu a floct. Kuble.roblt.nihl'le and root. ' ' " Out!" --.-- M.becnaswlmmln'T OUno, mother, I dassent without your consent. 3Iy hair wet i Oh yc. that Tom Bother He pumped ou me by accident. HowUmycoatBCtthat muddy dirt? , Ob, that's from Flavin' In the dlteii. 5 -what? XegotonTomSothcr's shirt? You've got me now. ma ! Gitthe switch! Lee ...

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 June 1887

va - . -i.&iF&f-' "-re??.- 'vr-asas "-SSS rS s3 .P. .- W- n aSS- .? r. j8sgS5BF3Se s-w5ggtKe - v-- t&gtZFZ-ir- tev Kk RsT .i fi: n ". r.vc - E-. cvsr frlir rtT 5?V rv IV, It Ts IL&' l 1 SL. -r te 9$ 5S- -? I It-'5' Is.?. B? B3C for- t W 3 5-S w rrv I. a I3 l lr IS 0- & 5 Is? l-sr r 4, 5c k: i ir- r I fe r f laria and Household. If the growth of a young pig i suddenly chocked, he feels the force of Hie blow as long as he lives. Oat straw is readily eaten b sheep and is a healthful food, os pecially if harvested before the oats were ripe. An employe careless enough to smoke in barns or sheds among hay or si law, is usually not trust worthy at other times, or at any wuik. If vou thoroughly sysleintize the labor of the farm, drive work instead of letting work diiveyou. Fticcoss is certain. Farm, Field iml Stockman. Ileus are early risers and if they have to wait I il! 8 o'clock for their breakfast, it makes,lhem impatient for at least a part of the day. Christian at ...

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. — 7 July 1887

sSSSKi gs"i"KsJs3't$8?i"J trssfspwsy- SSS-i-5T- V'K3pevM- "f .-WJSfS-:?.- -?WS!5sa$-' "-gs 1 ? t - T''Ufivi 'Ihe Jiocking Sentinel. The OCKING : " ' SENTINE t Jlcuttuel J., UH'ttiTDT jusj ?itrf a Business Cards, five lines or less, per annum. $G 00. Simple announcement -of marriages and dtnths, and i mirth and .bctiivnlent Fccieties ii.sctled free. Any add'tion to obituary noticcs.willbe charged five cents extra. , LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Proprietor. LOGAN, OHIO. THURSDAY JDLY 7. 1887. YOLUME 46 NUMBER 12- TERMS - - $1.50 IT i t. IS "V I )r0. C Farauhar, HTSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CORE Deformities, Stiff Joints, Far-sjlTai-, tarn. Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis nil Consumption (In Its Incipient Mace.) ii!m Kiioiimatj.m.r.lrprCoinnlalnt. Dys pepsia, 8t-Vitas' Dunce, Kit. Kldnrv and Blood blseasi, Catarrf, Head Ache, WeakJ erery Chronic Disease, Old Stn, Scrofula mh ...iiiMf. K.irir. :nrnii?ia ana nil mm no ail RKin uiwues. IlasratelhedUca-ohrma-lnga chem !nl examinati...

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. — 7 July 1887

' JGV-Tt -W""c T"?'? : - .f 2W.: h?. 5f. 7 i. in I J -, & r " Ik. IP rKESKTES -' mi-.-.j-t '-"" " "."-' :;-'----;'...'ni..r-i-: .,.-,:: M-IM.h.7f I rfi f. LEWIS GREEN, Editok & PKorniETen. The Glorious Fourth. TERMS $1.50 si j"5ji - "s How the Bay Was Npent in Logan. A TIXASAXT DAY, A IiIO CROWD AND XO ACCIIIKXT. &3S& Ihursday, July ?th, 1SS7. FOR GOVERNOR, AILI G, TlilMiMl Democratic County Ticket Representative. C. H. BUERHAUS. Probate Judge. W.T. ACKER. Clerk of Court. D. H. LAPPEN. Sheriff. JOHN GALLAGHER. Commissioner. '" ."JOHNT. KOTrEB. Infirmary Director. ANDREW WRIOHT. Coroner. GEORGE G. GAGE. Surveyor. JAMES DAVIS. A copy of this paper is kept.on file at the Ohio Society Rooms, No. 23G Filth Avenue, N. Y. Senatorial Convention. The Democracy rf (he Senato rial District composed of the -counties of Alliens, Fairfield and Hocking, will meet in Lancaster, Tuesday, July 12th, 1887. At 11 o'clock, A. M., for the pnr pose of nominating a candidate for State Senat...

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. — 7 July 1887

-t jr-"v "fir" " jw ? a" .-stsf "SI. s -- ii-m ix m j i.i.j VjT""'! V " - .s J---" iK--'-JI"- ataAifWtgii wv. i, iw ajjByjMniHhJBaa 1 tniMWi i r - LOCAL ITEMS'. licrwiitlc. The cat-liird sets on the liler lim. Af isbeiidlu'ovcrtlicnin ter drink. JVud Jnpns wh it I reckon cs seems to him, A wonderful ntlltis Vonc ches-wink! El linln't no mc-iJiin I kin mate out Et may le LittiiigcrHwrlsoOrcctf But he sets ibercusiiigiu' lilsluncllkc lie niought llcv adozeu planners inside ol his dice I;. Bulthc brook likes tlic tunc, an' go sSar- nii iii.tr lilglit under l, heartier, leastwise, so I think; Ai.'ct keipupn limli rln' rlnfT Fcr ler lioartcn the hliifcin', theewlnk, chci-wlnk! Eli the blue Johnny-Jump upstthey alius mliul ine Ofmv mil. v-ilV.ivcsKnlo-.iii' nii'sweell Thoy smiles liken human m lieu tliy burs on lueirce The cat-bin) n-fltllii' the air complete. And the cowslips Uicy grin, Eitjcllercr iet. Like cscf they was blushlu'a new-fan-Rled blush, STuen they sees the "cbccwlnk," In t...

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. — 7 July 1887

r!T5fflEl?Krwf--'. - r? - fHn c-i 'i&U NH -sjwr-. i ti- t f fsS t James It. Gro- tVi 1 ' T iTmniii' S & JU1M1U1J alalosuc of Becks. To be sold at the lav offico of R. F. Price, Aumiuistrator, James Block, Lrgan, Ohio. The idlers, A, b and c. follow ing the title of tuc book indicate its condition, a being good, b beinj; fair, c shabby." Law Books. Addison on contracts,2nd Am. firm 4th London rd., by E Ingcr Mil, 1857. (b.) Angcll on the Law of Carriers. 1849. (b.) Angell on .Limitations, 6th edition, 1876. (a.) Angcll and Ames on Corporations, 6th ed., 1S58. (b.) Archibald's Criminal Practice and Pleadings Waterman's Notes; 2 vols, lSbU (p.) Archibald's Criminal Pleadings. 5lh American irom 10th Lon- dou ed ; 1846. (b.) American Digest, (Eastern Slates) By Thos. ;i. Wharton, volume 4, 1825. (b) American Reports, vols. 1 to 13 in clusive, and digest, (a.) American Hallway Cases. Smith and Bate3, 2 vols., 1856. (b.) Broom's Legal Maxims, 4th. ed., 1S54. (b.) Browne on the Stat...

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. — 14 July 1887

5pkJSi'v-,r - WT. JX.. -C - V L2 . -w h-r Business Cards.Jfive line or It is, per annum, 6 00. Simple onucniirement of marriages end cVallis, nnd church end buiLvnlent Eociciies ii.scrtcd free. Any n.Iil'tion lo obituary notices will be tlinrged five cents extra. LEWIS GREEN, Editor fc PnopitiKTeR. TOLUME 46 LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. JDLY 14. L887. ,4 NUMBER 13. TERMS $J.5ff -?t-'frIJ? M' r 1,., Tr. ! 1 1 in mi ii - jiiiwi w-t i i 11 iiMiiiMMinnniwMnTnTr-",'u-'-',iJnrwftfcl,,r.'. .'.hisimhi ii i ii bhw aMtm8,.LJii.'ywwajBiJwirtfJAwMifcaiiMMiw imnmmmmmmmammmMBam&mtmmmtmemaaRimKittBaaimmammmmmmKmmmimr ine nocKing oeuzinci. r R N 3 LI Ik. t . . i .- . . ti.MPmvti E n K J Cii 12 a WW c E B 3l. B fi "s?:J a A B . B fc E NS H u. J I T - n. a- I MMl'M'-) ' -i5 Af -Ifr I - - i b a ri , itnyrvix l ini r : ry pj , -j i: I JgL. JjL Jjl iji iBur j - ,ir Sn g .m-Wm. L - . .b u 1 .r s-iil i a - -- - i N Cljczme , ixtmcd 3 V sl V fej- . - r, JC-Gsr j .tX?, 0- jsx?s 51. )r 0. C- Faniuliar, HYSICIA...

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. — 14 July 1887

rSQsasj - ' rt -ai -frw's, ft 6 t- LEWIS QUEEN, Editor & Proprietor. TERMS $1.50 Ihursday.July Uth9 1887 FOR GOVERNOR, ALLEN G. THUniTO Democratic County Ticket Representative C. H. BUERHaUS. Probate Judge. W. T. ACKER. Clerk of Court, D. H. LAPEEN. Sheriff. jOHif. GALLAGHER'. Commissioner. JOHN-T- NUTTER.. Infirmary Director. ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner. GEORGE G. GAGE. Surveyor. JAMES DAVIS. FOR STATE SENATOR, William A. Shultz, of Fairfield. A copy of this paper is kept on file at the Ohio Society Rooms, No. 236 Filth Avenue, N. Y. Senatorial Convention. Elsewhere we publish the offi cral report of the proceedings of the Senatrrial Convention at Lancaster on the 12lh. Hocking county was faithful to hei candidate and gave Mr. O. "V. H. Wright a solid vote from the start to the finish. The nominee, Mr. Shnltz, has represented Fairfield in the Leg islature. He is a Lawyer by pro fession, and a pleasant reputable gentleman in his social relations. He is also a Democrat. The nomination...

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. — 14 July 1887

v -sii jr 4tAZSqQ 1 Y "Oysters and Soup, every day, including Sundays, at Johnny Kirstem a. LOCAL ITEMS. OUR SUITI-EMEST. We would call theattenlion ot our readers to our supplement this week, and would especially recommend a careful reading of the advertisement to be found in it. Tho Harmisions are anion? the most liberal adversers in the cityaud the wisdom of their course is shown by the immense crowds of customers that flock to their store. They mako advertis ing one of their best investments So you hear the scauital mongers Passing by, Breathing polKlon In a whisper. In a sigh? Sfovlnccantlnusly and slow. Smiling sweetly as they go. Xever noisy -lldinc smoothly as a snake Slipping here and sliding there Through Uie meadows fresh and fair, LcaTlngKubtilebllmeand poison In their irako Saw yon not the scandal monger As she sat. Beaming brightly 'neath the roses On her hut? In lieroalnlv cloves and dress Angel like, casting smiles and pleasing, UIUS UUUUi, Once she shrugged and 8hoo...

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. — 14 July 1887

;. y;a"'-rt -"t ygs&T'"' . ,.,, -rfrr iTa 7 i" i " ' " ': " -Ti- is. l'1 gr IS-- ZfS-.tjf.ffii-- is$jy-Tjp5M- .'t IS i 5. 1 $L l& I:, c lis- i?1 I ft 15. at I& lisr I t m r i l r I -..-1 .... .hi- - I i - - . .... . .. . - . - - " , t OSLY A IIUSLT XA1X. A Typical Form ol Traumat ic Luclijnir at ,'tiie;;;o. Chicago, July G. John Kcllo her lan a rusty nail in hii foot nijout an inch hack from his big toe, in 3!ay 2D. JIo washed the wound out v.'ith cold water, tied a pieco uf cotton over it. and in a d.iy the foot was comparatively well again, the mil having j.ist punct ured the skin. Yrsterday morning ho complained of a soro throat. "When the physician, whim he had called upon to consult, asked him hi open his mouth, it was discover ed that his jaws refused lo perform their fanclions. Another doclor was called in, and at once pronoun'-ed the malady a typical form of trau matic lockjaw. The'nian was removed to his homo. An hoir later the tetanic grin sot in and it became ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 14 July 1887

Jwiv-tT?Cyr- z T &?-? . saTS?'2S st s 'NifcS-' " ' r ri. STTFIPLIMIIEIN T. rW-- : yHjste liR l& -t - Born to Marry and Keep Jlouse. Tho end of a woman is to marry and raise up a family. She starts out in ' this direction when she carries a doll in ', childhood. Your .girl who leaves homo " and goes oat for .herself docs so becauso she has fai'ed to fiuil the man she wants . to marry. Uy and bv she docs find him, , nnd-when she docs slie dnm3 everything ."'and goes with him. She stops short in j her music, her acting, her art, her litcra- ture. or whatever it" is, because after all 'her instinct tells her to marry and she "follows, her instinct instead of hcrrea ' son. A man can tuafry and go ahead in tho particular pursuit or profession lie "Iliad chosen, but the woman slops and t-Bubjpcts everything to the one duty of wifehood. That is the reason women " do not'suecccd as well as men. They "fall short. Grant all this for the sake .of aigument. Admit that it is the " mission...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 July 1887

v-3siwt',pK" . vfs. e i - - -v, v-h--" Lf f The Hocking, Sentinel Ac hocking Sentinel. &SEt UB'CJlPriOY $1.50 PER IE A Business Cards, five lines or less, per utmum, 6.00. 'Simple announcement of marriages LEWIS GREEN. Editor, & Proprietor. r TERMS - - - $1.50 and deaths, and church and bentvnlent LOGAK. OHIO, THURSDAY. -JOLY 21. 1887. 'societies inserted free. Any add tion 10 obituary notices will be charged five cents extra. jYOLUME 46 NUMBER LL s JOHN HANSEN; Attorney - at - Law, LOR AX. OHIO, lflce over Collus minor's Store- Aurll 11 j)r 0. 0. Farguliar, HYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CCRES Deformities, 8tlfr Joints, Par- Jrysla, Lung Diseases, Asthma, uroncuilis nnd Consumption (in Its incipient stace.) Filss, Hheumntism.LlverCoiiiplaliit. Dys- 'ep8ls, St. Vitus' uanco, bit, Klilni-v anil Blood DiseaM-K, OataiTi, Head Ache, Weak nsd Adiinz Bark. Ncuralsia. and all and erery Clironlc disease, Old Sores, Scrofula ua an puin Diseases. I Ivcate tbe disease by "n...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 July 1887

-a'S-4.-- .-'. aW. "U -.:t . ,Vii as. m Is- W- lit I lit. fc s. fif y I. 1$" WS?:: - ft f I I I- 5, l f& it-;r ft. I? .? I r )h$ jicnimsl LEWIS liREEtf, Editor. & Proprietor. TERMS $1.50 2hursday,July 21st, 1S87 Democratic County Ticket Representative. C. H. BUERHAUS. Probate Judge. W-T. ACKER. Clerk of Court. D. II. LAPPEN. - s Bherlfr. JOHN GALLAGHER. CommlKsluDcr. - JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director. ANDREW WRIOHT. Coroner. T3EOROE G. GAGE- Surveyor. JAMES DAVIS. FOR STATE 8ENATOR, "William A. Shaltz, of Fairfield. A copy of this paper is kept on file at the Olko Society Kopras, No. 236 Fiilfi Avenne,'N. Y. Republican Courcution. The .Republicans of Hocking connly met in convention at the -StJ Court House in this city Satur if - day afternoon, to select delegat es to the Republican Stale con tention at Toledo, O., nest week. S. H. Bright was made chairman of the meeting, and W. H. Mc Iintock, secretary. The follow ing delegation was selected: D. IL Gutter, of Ward : L. H...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 July 1887

tlT "J3""rV -.. -Tr.s5E3gV- 'ir(frfeTr " .i -Vf i3T :-r5: .- w - ft -JrKsBe!5Sjs25-'- n i M .. I """""Oysters and Soup, eTeryj Afv itirltlrlinr finnilnYro nt .Tnhnriv' ..-J, ...-. -..to w,.-, , -- - , Kirstoiu. LOCAL ITEMS. Lone before the crimen snnwt Flashes on the r.rmhouso panes; Jjnng befoxo tlie nivMIe parj'Je Down tho mystic valley wkw ; "Wlittfnl ej es nre looking floMvrnn's While the p ttlent grandma sews ; Ami theoia clock on the mnutel. Tic. tic, tIe.nolrnw.v iws ler me, Jenny." cries the grandma, With her specs nbove her brows, "Do be quiet. It's fco early. lota ostluie to fetch tho cows!" Shadows lengthen down tho mountain. And tneswallow wliiRthvlrronuil ; tienrlet ronlUht a.-wliex brUhtly O'er (lie ilKlsy ladengto'in1 . Anxious eyes are at the -window Looking down tlie meadow lane; Tiny nncerMniy tupplm: On the Kllrheii wln.low pane. "Bless me. Jenny," calls the urandraa, "There's no reCH In nil tho house. Do go. lfjou can't Ikj quiet Go at once and fetch the cows '."...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 21 July 1887

-"3s3rft$-' ; ; or- i- v & "SfKSISC-Isi"'- I F JV f ITUn nnnitK J. Ill Ul " TlioTW-nrSpiiliiipl. Bsl.. rrnb- )isheslellers-and estimates Jrom 4S peach groivers, showing that ,. ihe peach crop will bo very short. not more than 1,500,000 bushels " in sight. Advices.from Rock Island, 111., j Burlington and Elkhorn,' Wis., 6tUefhat farmeis arc intrtesper iale straits.for lackof rain. Ho s ich drouth has existed for many years. The roads'are ankle deep trith dust and pastures are brown. Wheat and rye are pra-tieally ruined and tassels are coming out prematurely on corn. The people are praying in the church es for rain. .-During Sniio 1,1517,253 bushels of- wheat were exported from Philadelphia, as compared with 207,292 bushels in June, 1SS6. For the first six months this year the record f-liows 5.041,625 bush els exported, against 1,408,449 during the same period of last ;year. In Dakota hot winds have in jured the crops in many counties, fourteen counties repoit an av erage below 68...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 July 1887

ss ""Tiir -jjsB'u-v"'J "i1&J . --.. rfci V ,-' , J- , fi cZ- 7 . v , . ' ss ycj - ThTLtocling' "'Sentinel. tj HE OCKING nn NET n gptntiml t . uoscuipnox $1.50 WAX W.X j, Bnsine'ss Cards, five.lines or less, per DDiinm, SG.OO. Simple announcement of marriages and deaths, and church and benevolent societies inserted free. Any add'tion to obituary notices will be charged five cents extra. , CEWIS GIIEKN, Editor & Propbietor. VOLUME 46 LOGAN, OHIO, THOBSDAI. JULY 28. 1887. NUMBER. 15- TER.MS $1.50 .-A- J'- np Sen V I-'? r !fe- F- V i; " iiMhlii mm 8BBaJlilr' ,)r 0. C. Farqiiliar, HYSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, .ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CtJKES Deformities, Stiff Joints, Par- jnysls, Lnng Diseases, Asm ma, isronciiiiis and Consumption (in Jt. incipient stae,) Piles, ithoumatism.LlverCompliiliit, Dys JvepsU. St. Vitus' Dance, Fits, Klilnev sunt lilood Diseases, Catarr", Ilea J Aclic, Weak und Acliinir liaclc. Neuralgia, and nil and every Curonle disease, Old Sires, Scrofula and all fikln Dl-cas...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 July 1887

isskp - gfc -5- - ,a"w3?i" &? IV fc. I r. I3w ""V I4T IV Ife r & Is ML lusr I , s. . 8s" " Ui 1 ft' I ? Vj IP- Iti. L4 ? .-. Ir" fjj(jh$ tnihxd LewiS green, Editoe & Pboprietok. TERMS $1.50 Ihursday. July 28, 1S87. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL, Of Delaware. Tor Lieutenant Governor, B. 0. OOOLMAN, Of Portifie. For Supremo Judge, (Long Term,) L. J. CRITCHFIELD, of Holmes. (Short Term.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, OI Cuyahoga, For Auditor, EMIL KISSEWETTER, or Franklin. j?or Treasurer of State, G. W. HARPER, Of Greene. For Attorney General, W. H. LEET, Of Putnam. The first ballot is as follows: Coolman 311 Wodsworth 96 Tyler 25'J Before I he second ballot had been completed, Wodsworth and Tyler weio withdrawn, and Uool m an declared' the nominee by acclamation. surr.Ejin judges. Judge L. J. Uritchficld, of Holmes, was nominated for the long term, and Judge Kline, of Cuyahoga, lor short term. AUDITOR OF STATE. Emil Kissewetter, of Columbus, was nominated with...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 July 1887

'"rtrv-, -s-"3 j "' -v.T--- 1 fgssaaisSsamtiaassi .iViSW 5, VJnJBSSSWlS g-vST-isssw ;-' 4". r K ? L3 Oysters and Soup, every T. P. Johnston, of Fostoria, O. day, including Sundays, at Johnny ivirttem's. LOCAL ITEMS. Fine teas of all grades at Andy Boll, Jr. Will Srerrit is on a trip down in "Ole Vtrginy." Fresh lime for bale at Eisele & McLain's. If you want a nice clock go to TVeiland's. Pare Cider Yinesar at Andy HolI, Jr. Go to Weiland's for cold and silver watches. Look ont forthe big sign at Waner's: Turtle Soup. The best clocks at Weiland's Call and see thetn. Turtle Soup every Saturday night at Wm. Waner's. As an auctioneer, Levijah Bur gess is a "jim hun.' Miss Gardner, of London, O., is tho guest of Dora Hansen. Blanche Price, ia visiting her Igrandparonts at Maxvilta. W. J, Gallagher, of Somerset, O, spent Sunday in this city. C. E. Bowen and son. Mead, were in Columbus, Monday. Chas Work is attending the Cleveland races this week. Try Dingman soap. Some thing new, at ...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 28 July 1887

" "-'"- l 5&' IK. If It I Our Urcnt Hoi Waves. Tlie convoy of "hot waves'' which have just 1 raveled -icross our conliuent will make the stnn "j lner cf 1SS7 memorable in me M leorolopical annuls. The last of , these culminated Monday after , noon with a temperature of 103 on the .Middle Atlantic seaboard. . But their duration has been as marked as their inleiisili'. Since the 4th inst. there has been scarcely a day when there was ." nut recorded over a large part of ihe country a heat exceeding 00. The interesting questions of where and how the hot waves originate have' been to little studied. Naturally we should imagine that they are cradled in the steaming bosom of the trop ical ocean, and are thence prop agated as sudden pulsations,- or slowly drifted by the return trade wind currents into the in- terior of the continent. But this theory will hardly stand. The Leal rays which strike the earth's land surface aro arrested and ac cumulate or penetrate the soil by conduction unt...

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. — 4 August 1887

" '""Sp'W 'V'' 8ss ' Jfcfe- re-s- -,u '- -- - - -y i 'HJJJ-fW. V.I tM..f- W.-W.!Ulf. -lJT-J-Tr- EaSBSEES U .j. t j J: i., li'.. i I 1 mints! OCKING Li;j.ttpri:J,r - - si.;d im:r yea Business Cards, five lines or less, per annum, SG.OO. Simple announcement of marriages and deaths, and church and benevolent societies inserted free. Any add'tion io obituary notices will he charged five cents extra. LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Pr.or.:iETor.. LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY AUGUST I 1887. NUMBER 18. VOLUME -16 TERMS - 1.50. s' Sentinel, Ihe JUL .Ja.. r X ,)r 0. G. Farquliar, HYS1CIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OUIO. CURES reformttIes,Stirr Joints, Far-Jrty-fU, Lung Diseases, Asthma, Uroucl.ltii and Consumption (In Its incipient stige,) Pils, Khonmatisin.LlverConinliilnt. Dys- Sopsia, St. Vitus' Dance, Kits, Kidncv ami lood Diseases, Calam1, Head Ache, Weak and Aching Uack, Neuralgia, aud all and very Chronic disease, OH Sores, Scrofula and all Skin Diseases. IlocntethediseaKeby ranking a chem ical ...

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