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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 13 October 1887

p. ! V hocking Sentinel. ITHSPN W W , L - tt?T 65c i 1 IB I JL JI A H - -M -M- ""V -JL- LEWIS GREEN, H Editor & Peopbiktor. JfatC Business Cards, five lines or less, per on mi iii, $6.00. Sin jilc announcement of marriages 'and drains, mid church and benevnlent societies inserted free, ni add tion L0& AN, OHIO, THOBSDAI, OCTOBER 13. 1887 JfJIEER 26. ,s VOLUME 46 to oliiuary notices will bo charged five TERMS - $1.50 cent exlra. - i Sn l 1$ -?- . I? . u l s5 t 1 te -rf SESf8KBflfBt53 t-" P& Or 0. C Farquhar, HYSIGIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURES Deformities, Stiff Joints, PAr alynl. Lung Diseases, Asthma, Bronchitis IUU .UIISU III J HUI1 V 114 l,,.l'iu, .f,,.,! nnil ir-hinc rtanlr. Npuralria. nnd all and jovery Uhronlo Disease, Old Sores, Scrofula and all BUI n Blseases. Ilocatethedlseaseuy making a ohein. leal examination ar a sample of tho pa Hani's urine. The first passed In tlio inorn Jng preferred. My treatment for the PILISS is new, painless, safe and cer...

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 October 1887

-CI-VT-T " ' & SrSaJ!a'--''' V A ft', V '-"' -'J-1 ' --. i .ru' ZSaS nK'LJtr-ri vwg -J I " IS IS ?-". I lr c.,. ir p r t c - P r ( .. I" T - t LEWIS GREEN, Editor & PnopniKTOR. TERMS $1.50 Hon. Jos. II. Outhvraite, (Delivered Jfonday, Oct. 10th, AT Hilford. Clermont Co, 0. - - rf&Rsa---2j 3?,-S??iN 2iursday, Oct. 4'- "j lc?S7. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL, Or Delaware. For Lieutenant Governor, D. 0. 0OOL3IAN, Of Portage. For Supreme Judge, (Long Term,) L. J. CRITCHFIELD, or Holmes. (Short Term.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, Of Cuyahoga, Ertvipfa PrniM llin SiiwpIi nl '1 s commission reported to Consros that i!iU.lCU trOI.l UIU opCCCU OI t.ieb.tcnm.erviiti'ehuslnc'-sinlero'.tsde- ninniiecl a reduction oftarlfrdutiesfroir iO to 2- percent. Then that Itepublinin emi gres wont to woik with a zeal and ardor toeo how they could prrleiul to do what had Ihvii recommended to them hy tbelr own commls&ion and vet not do it. They succeeded. TIio reduction given a ...

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 October 1887

B5S'3B?65SUJ!HJ-':s-,ig!62iiS BJIfeg?4iSig'Blgg mMMHBBHBMHMBMH , '-i-sBwJrt-SF:5ai5BW5iJfeS X?3 i A 2. P- ' is lc f w J 5 O & & C ' -! tfagrftwiiii iii (rnm-mrinffr S?".)y3t erB ami Soup, e?ery lay, including Sundays, at Johnny Kirstcin's. LOCAL ITEMS'. Gloiious uuluinn days. And the niuqnilois not dead yet.- JIiss Mopgie Case is visilins this week iu Columbus. How mini linrs tin you go to chinch in a year?" Chestnuts aro plenty on, our streets at 10 c ills per quart. The foliage of tlie foreslsis fast changing tjgcriniFon and gold. Jack Frost is doing 6omo lively electioneering now. Ue'll get there. Now for your nuliimn leaves. They aie blushing from Jack Frost's kisses. You don't see so many birds on the women's hats and bonnots now adays. Apples, potatoes, and all other iruits and vegetables are scarce in our market and command a Ligh price. The Logan Band nppereil on tho streets Saturday evening In their handsome new uniforms. The band went to-day to nttond the Lancaster...

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 October 1887

v'fssr-"3- T'wgs:"-5nji!W' ?gwwMWW!rsy , "wyvsr-ft-p --toW . -K-- -f ? ia. ar f v l1 I h Ik''. h 1 i " I r K IP r fc i Fc - r ? & fica Tlio Democracy rejoice Hi. I the Labor parlies Iwtli of Uliio and New York have cut loose from such heclnriii;. bomba!, and . urt-ii surpass i lie olil Democracy boldness of ils demands for Itev cnne Reform. Tlie experience of twenlyfive years under Iii;li pro tection tariffs and internal reve nue robbery, lias left the labor.of the country nu hope williiii Hie ranks of the Kepiibiicnn parly and forced it to organize for self defense and to demand heller guarantees lound in that denial principle of genuine Democracy which asseris that the wcallli of the stale oiisrht to bear the bur dens of Ihe state, the converse of which means the oppression of ihe wage workers who consul ute T5 percent of Ihe voting popula tion, and 80 per cent, ol its war worn veterans. Somerset, O.. Oct. 10, 1SS7. General Election Sheriff's Proclamation. HHnKIFF"S OFFICE HOC...

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. — 13 October 1887

tjiiysioouy'f y - Tiiiu j jsxtJAts -- unnnflnn&TED IBS' CAl'lKlL, ..-'-. TELEPHOht tw. q a nntfoare!wi'v'" . ...i.ot i tho snare in ia ILo formation of cliaracter. The strongest lies that bind the ITi.thpart-tO.-virtUCI&niUJ, nT GAT STREET SsJs)S COXOai.J . private diseases. - ?,' Umes CS: their loss is W,-u, -- fflcajtUUt; JLOOAi J, wne at-3's:i2o-S2j !- 3M " nl JlossjJUeacJifcg , ' . -v" jl. HtnnncqKIWCiVVUw fc i SUPPLEMEITT. re is m lea A - S3 - ;rrri r SOI?' 1! OIUDi Driv andDe learfl en id 0"W1 -st froY 11 bo pi -Ji J" ' ith tiio; iirnrdiO ltlonl ligliesMSr .;ood,6-fc tho besVT vc me V N'DSCAl.. n Success Oil. .r-f-cd mid eruptions pre- Democratic Policy: 8PEUCH OF THE HON. W. D. HILL Delivered at Marlon on Thurs ' day Evening, Sept. 29,1887. fallow Citinni of Marion County; I am here this evening oy appointment sf the Democratic State Executive Com mittee with your approval, to diecuss the political issues pending in this canvass. This is the tecond time I have had 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 October 1887

J,w -'. -v. - - -n'tFw - ?r-n-r-rsj-:sr-; mS&z. 4 & fMllfttfM r'va' .STS?--; gT?g ag--' ?". ' " i,v. ,"TnVi J'-1' - 1 1 - .rf.Maain.i'""-" " ' " " . ZZZ ' ' 'VvwV' " -N .- t .. S- jw sentinel. fFl SJ TT'TTVTn ssv "YTlTnnTTWTTT'T W'v fc. . nrc & fl fl iL- uJw --. ff a i h, ? a. -. - - . -- J 'Business Cards, five lines or less.rer annum, $G.O0. Simple announcement of marriages nnd deaths, nnd church andbeuevrdent societies inserted free. J'.v addition to obituary notices' will be charged five tents extra. VOLUME 46 LOGAN, OHIO, THDBSDAI. OCTOBER 20. 1887. NUMBER 27. LEWIS GREEN, " Editor & Proprietor. f TERMS SJ.50 PSfc JOHN HAXSEN,. 'Bbmey - at - Law, . LOUA2T. onto. ir.ee otr Colijis Jloor's Slor0 Aurll 1 1y SAMUEL 11, BRIGHT, Attorney at Law, LOGAN. OHIO, ffice over Collins Moore's Store. aprll 1, ISSl J. II. DYE, Physician $' Surgeon, Offlcewljli Dr.JomcsT.mie. Jan :!9. lSSD-tf LOGAN. O Or 0. 0. FaroLuliar, UYSIGIAN fiSD SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURES Deformi...

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 October 1887

f-rr " .H.v-j.yJ - r-vr - i?SS5?Ejf!?OT ks 3. I 3rit jtsgges&y. -r-Hfg.gjs.!'s'- jWiwtwiw -atfig i fJfe- g t Is? a I: I It- Win? Sciiitncl. LEWIS GREEN. Editou & Proprietor. TERMS 2hursday, Oct 20, 1887 1 DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. E For Goernnr, THOMAS E. POWELL, Of Delaware. The Easiest on Aggregation which passed across (he counlrv List week, was the most remark able political combination evar witnessed. Burgess and Bright, on dead head tickets rodo on the train loSlar, wiiero Afv Eggles ton met them and hauled them $1.50 in his furm wagon to Bill Kenne ilyp, thenca to South Berry, thence to Logan. It is said the audience addressed, who had so often heard. Levi, in burning words, denounce the Republican parly, and Sam, who had all over the country, so powerlully plead for Prohibition, laughed in their sleeves lo hear'lhese modern or acles now denounce Democracy and protest against Prohibition. It is said that Major Townsend, Republican candidate for Senator accompanied the ...

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 October 1887

ywwfa rl- t-sJS9iS3?'--- ""l rrr--,-; mrBKBKtKKBBKtKBBBKKmBKHKKUK3tB3XSGBBB&S3KKSSJ&2B30iSBSBSkJiJJk. fflprOyslers anil Soup, mery day, including Sundays, at Johnny ivi'ctomV LOCAL ITEMS. . - Ed Weis was in Lancaster Sun day. George Tipton was in Allien s last Saturday. Charley Schwenkejwas in Sugar Grove last Sunday. Miss Cora Piercr,rf Flood wood, is the guest of relatives here. M. J. Fanning speaks at. the B'nk, Friday at 2 and 7:30 P. M. Wigs Emma Frasch is visiling relatives and friends at Zanes- ville. Mrs. Will Larimer, ofFIood wood, is visiting friends in Logan this week. Irs. Bresler Warlliman, of Ill inois, is visiting her brother, A. A. Price, of this place. Coroner G. (J. Gago will remain at the East End Qrocory until after he coming ovent Mr. Jerry Iles'was made happy by a birthday parly at his home. last Sunday. It is a boy. Dr. Mason, formerly of Starr but now of Sugar G.'ove, was in town on business, Tuesday. Benj. Bebout, Eaq.. left yester day for the huntin...

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 October 1887

-4g5l1g-!Jtgegtg '' W- 71 & te le; & I is r I m V FOBAKER FLOORED. He Fathers (he Land Tax Ttlessa o.i ov' Gives tlie Lie lo CappeHer, and then Lies About It tllllLSClf. Tiio Windy and Wi!y, but Weak and Wabbling Governor Caught in a Tight Place. He Not Only Wrote the Messas but, by a Eill Concocted in His own Office. Sought to Civo It the Force cf Law. At U'anscon, on the -th of Ccfol.er tilery w-rel.ui.dre.ls of farmers n.-m lense of Ins spen.il inci-saw, and aftci they heard t they .shook' their he ,1 solemnly mid went away for froni: isfic-1. ilany expected to hear him deny the authenticity of the message ami" declare it a ibrirery. Dnt on ths t-onlrarv, lie siuarely gave thu lie to Cappellerand the Kepubiisin Execu tive Committee and said it was genuine and ha still stood by it. lie explained to the fanners that the real object of the Mesie was to compel the private banker?, who were concealin their property, and foreign corporations to pay their share of taxes. As for ...

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 October 1887

cjyggijjjVpR-ftsap- - ' -'"w?aVS,1T?!S5F" .f "MSiiti-!; -'"gr-'BjfffS-iF--frffl''n' w; r.- y J, il 11 i:T58S?tr?T; ; Sara' dWit- Si 33 ,r-' ?0. ,v- " :A 9 ml g. & A ri IHF&.' si t - 3a'-- -- i "F" Kfta" ga - hmldng ZScnnnd. j it Jl-SOPERTEA Business Cards, five lines or less, per annum. $6.00. Simple announcement of marriages .and denths, nnd church andbenevnlent societies inserttd free. ny do.tion io obitiiarv notices will be charged five cents extra Or 0. .Farquhar, WSICIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURB I Deformities, Stiff Joints, Vm Myall, uansBlwcs,Astlimii, BroncnlUs nd Cjiimmptlon (In its Incipient stage.) SiUU sJllUJHUI.iuii i i. .....,..-.-- ----- Pllia. hcnmnm.LlverComplRlnt. Uts -- .-. -... t.... Vita LTiittiM i.nr Blpo DI cart, UaUrr , Head Ache, Weak Ua ICUIUE Daca iicuiu"'i .. v , fryer CUroDlc Disease, Old Sores, 8crofula T ... , w.HHtii a anri all and I locatelhe disease br mating achem- "" ti's urine. The nrrt passed In the rnorn iU( preferred. My 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. — 27 October 1887

X'SS"" -"S--J-s7"e '--ie-WKKT-Os : --y-s t- . ??&. T -SP"" vSWS' 'f'7-?!a5'S'!a BZXZESSBJS .'J '-Wi- J iwmn'i.-A-jj. 7TiKl tJ'y - BES33SHH2&r .S--? . lis- IS i IS lfer - Its l? h? r ij te- t i LlSWIS GREEN. Editor & Proprietor. TERMS $1.50 lhursday, Oct 27, 1S87. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL, Of Delaware. For Lieutenant Governor, D. C. UOULMAN, Of Portage. ForSuprcmeJudgc, (LongTerm,) L. J. CRITCHFIELD, of Holmes. (Short Term.) VIRGIL P. KLINE, Of Cuyahoga, For Auditor, EMIL KISSEWETTER, Or Frnnfclln. For Treasurer of State, G. V. HARPER, Of Greene. For Attorney General, W. H. LEET, Of Putnam. For Board or Public Works. ORASMUS E, NILES, of Pickaway Co. FOB STATE SENATOR. William A. Shullz, of Fairfield. Look Here. Farmers of nock ing Cotin'y. a oood BEGS S3 The Democratic Candi date for Representative, HOST C, H. BUERHAUS From tlic KUiory of Hocking County, page 931, we copy tlio fol lowing biographical notice of ilr. Buerliaus, our Democratic...

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 October 1887

,igg(e$5e'ev-. r-.jp. w, '-. J.-i- t. i" - J1!Sa2ZarSS!KSit3SiS j. j-u.jr-r S5Sf. S-rlv - A fc xw V l& l-r I -4' 4 j2?"0j-sltrs and Soup, avery il.iy, including Sundays, ut Johnny Kirstcin's. Good warm stockings weather at Rochester's. LOCAL ITEMS. John Bronnie was in Sugar Grove Sunday. Mrs. F. S. Pursell is visiting in Charleston this week. Mrs. Lew McOill visited her par ents at Enterprise Sunday lsst. Lunch nt all hours at Boh Mont gomery's restaurant, Gimhlo corner. If yon want a dish of nice soup .go to Bub Montgomery's resturant. Squire Yonker. of Maxville, vasin the city on Tuesday last. W. H. McCIintock, of I ho Ohio dState Journal was in the city Sat urday. Mrs. Robert Black, of Ada, 0., -is viiitinjj friends in Logan and vi--cinity, Mrs. James A. Oliverspenl last Sunday at Starr, the guest of her .parents. Mr. Chas. Wetland, of Colum bus, visited his parents in this city, this week, Mr. Eli Keller lea Monday -morning for Loganport, Indiana to visit relatives. Onthwait...

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. — 27 October 1887

- -v Mr sSF ! i. .? r-- I uv l I LANU 1-uH lilt How the Public Lands were Spanl crcJ under Republican Rule. And How a Democratic Admini stration Rsstores the Public Domain to tho People. THE TARIFF SWINDLE. The Farmer and the Mechanic Its Victims. Tho Republican party, almost from tlie ilny that it came into power, began the work of giving an ay tho public land to railroad and land sharks of cwiy !e scriplioo. Tho rights, interests, mil welfare of the people were totally disre- garded by tho Republican party. Sai 1 tho Hon. S. 31. Stocksl.r-er, a member of the Forty-eighth Congress fnvn Indiana: The American people were amaze 1 when they loomed that on the J si day of . July, IS'c", just forty-one djyj after the homestead law. wa3 aporoved, ths s.inie Congress, w'tli a re.-klcss disrcrir.l of their own action never befo-e uituuis-il, granted to the Union and Pacific Kail roads a magnificent belt of land forty miles wide, extending from lb.. Missouri Itivcr to near the Bay of San l-'...

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 November 1887

"VTfljSK TORJci?-'.C3 5f"t?T "s$-i'JJS.ir - - ' .-- r-i --ffw r j (JlJlrf iltiiiW1. I T LEWIS greet;. Editor & Propriktor. Business Cfrrds.asrc lines or less, pc nnnnm.$6.00. . Simple announcement 01 "'" and deaths, nnd church .ndben wnle nt i TT.. , TT am , t i n ,ocirth. inserted free. . . "J '"fl V ULUJlIJL 10 to obituary notices will be charged five v " -"" LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAl NOVEMBER 3. 1887. NuTMBER 29. TERMS $J.50 CCI1 1 ttia. , jV,wr s- The - Hocking Sentinel . . . . . - -.-., . . . . j .. i- ... --.. . . i , . . . I... ... i .... -i . ,. .,, . . ,., . . .. ,mmm ., . . ,i .-... .. . "i - J - ,L iff - i i -v -t - ."P"P fc &,&.BaaaaHiaTO!V'3-L& wwMRSSPav&sl fr&iffiaaaaKauBaa&'fii JOHN HANSEN, Attorney -' ai - itaro, LOGAN. OHIO. ffl ce .WIUH"1, SAMUEL H. BRIGHT, Attorn e if' at Law, LOGAN. OHIO. fflceoverColUnsA Moore's Store. aprltl,8 J. II. DYE, Physician $r Surgeon fS&S&Zli""" LU"f-LOGAN. O )r 0. . Farquhar, HTSIGIAN AND SPECIALIST, ZA...

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 November 1887

'"Iiswyiii-c-j,- tS2??!-?!? "vr ?-.. r-r K' ' - it- it it? ir - if ' i m a. I fer IV Is I. Sfe r I I - IfJi h J? niintl LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Proprietor. TERMS SJ.50 2hursday Nov. ?, 1887. OUR TICKET. We have not felt it necessary to frequently call the attention of our readers to the excellent Ticket we present. Every can didate is well known, and all are men of integrity and ability, com petent for the positions they are nominated to fill. There is no opposition to the ticket, only in the case of our candidate for Representative. On him has been centered the fire of the com bined opposition of Republican and Prohibition. The cry among the enemy is: "Anything to beat Buerhaus." It means anything to beat the Democratic party. Most of the Republican candi dates hare withdrawn and it is likely more will do so. The duty of Democrats is not only to look After the whole ticket, but to give especial attention to the one man against whom the whole fight is directed. The people believe ...

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 November 1887

SSr??''-'-. rr ac? vt- Trr , j -. - "g-.w io, -,., - .y-ip-jr - -. .-,. - ' Uv-t -'-' s&is'iWU jKHj'2i" -i -- IS T3B mmmmmmmmmmmmmamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ..- . ... ii-'.- .ii-- mm 8. f & e ir 0"Oysters aud Soup, otsij 4my, including Sundays, at Johnny Kiratein's. 'jmfw LOCAL ITEMS Oulliwnile will sneak mLocan next Monday evenins- Eeryr I ody inviled to hear the talented - Congressman. Bnerhnus will . speak in the Court House Monday evening. We have heard a good'deal about him. Let all lurn out juid hear him. KckeF Bo"ok Found Call at the office of the County Treasur er, describe property and pay for this notice. Miss D. Mathews, of Canal Winchester, andMrs.C.R. Young of Nelsonville, spent Sunday in Logan, the guest of her sister, Miss Mattio Mathews. About 300 school children at tended the matinee at the Opera Bouse en laslSaturdayJafternoon, and all were highly deligbtod with the -Cricket. Mr. Jnsenh Beck, of Columbus, rrmmnanied bv Ilia Wife, is V1S- iiing his pare...

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 November 1887

, ,-r--- jf ' imva&fi&zr;':? -.- 4 . "i- '0 Is r it 5 :k" I IS- I- I fit if i? tf Lr If l TARUiYEXTOftTIONS Speech of Conoral R. Brlnksrhof.'. at Wilmington. O.. Saturday, Oct. 16th 1SS7. Tho eiwt"on now pending in trn rtate of Ohio is ono of irore than onlj narjr interest. Tho ss'crtioa of a now l-ecislaturv, together with a Governor, and other state officers, wonl 1 of itsell ho tuftcicr.t to demand : Mention from every c tizen, but tho fact that t!in flection for President and members of Confnvss coincs nest year, necessarily draws into our local canvass national irsucs, en 1 national attention. Oh.o, of all tho sreat states of tho union, is most evenly balanced, and tho niort s iis'tive to political changes, and hiTiw it is looked to by politicians as a barometer and guide for the nest year'a nmp:iii. Tliu ti-su't has been to mako our ptat- plaiforms national rather tlim loral, Mid oar discussions tliereibro arc nccvfsarily of a similar character. Of the state platforms ...

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 November 1887

i1Jr?!sf:!!sS'niegHV "'ifeaire;p "jiwjwvB.t - "-'vs-:r!f'vk'1 tjt,WSraste!--- - '- . " c y r t 1 I S& I I! - ft r . ' r?. i , . " V", , for 3rV jg-VW.I.'W.Wg SC aETCTESSa ll"'""-- ""'" V,V..J ..W-.-'-KV .JVma.'.U JS IZJKIB JK'Ji.'-g-lBV.'IJ J. . 1 l'J....',f. hocldng Sentinel. DBSCSirTI ox cuwrEBrax Posiriess Cords, fire lines or 1c,fc smnnm,$6.00. - - Simple snnrnDcemcnt or marriage a6 CtalU, ,rd cliurcli andboiievident ccifiirf iiFrrudfrcp. ny rdd tioi to obituary noticcsiiriil be charged fiv cent exlnv 1 HE I 1 Hi oriz tts E3 H 'A, at v V kj CW I nr A Sentinel OrO. .Farguhar, NTSICiAN AND SPECIALIST, ZANESVILLE, OHIO. CURES Deformities, Stiff Joints, Par JItsIs, Lung-Dlsesses, Asthma, Broiicliitli .ml fj,iinnintlon (in Its lnclDleulstaEe.) Pllsc, fcliaumstisra. Liver Complaint, Dys- Mpsl,8t.Vllns uancej.riisKJui-T anu Blood DlsmMs.CatarTti, Head Ache, Wak sail AdiluiBack, urulls, mid all aud avery Chronic Disease, Old Sares, Scrofula Dd all Mkln Blapnaes. I locatethediseasebj...

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 November 1887

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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. — 10 November 1887

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