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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 23 February 1888

7"-' - - :--,s3 v tr j 5-' v I Kf u p I'?' I3T tfr VST fr life- - 3Jn5i!HEa??SS3KSirSSS5SKS8tak High Protection Sot High Wages. jfewark Advocate- Quo of the slock arguments in' irsae of Ihe high protectionists is, tnat by means of tha high pro tection that any particular indus try enjoys, it i3 enabled to pay higher wages to its employes, than are paid in non protected industries. This looks very plaus ible, at first sight, and, it has doubtless deceived a great many people, who have not investigate ed the subject for themselves. But, while it mav seem plausible in theory, it is lalse in fact. For, the fact is just the reverse. The fact is thai the best wages, as a rule in this country, are paid by non protected industries; and one fact is worth a thousand theories. We find. a striking illustration of the fact that non-protective in dustries pay the best wages, in thocaseof two largo contrasted industries, that are very intimate ly connected : Salt making, that enjoys a protective t...

Publication Title: Hocking Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 1 March 1888

11 f& ;pggfsT-'i saBaesSs JP"?53f -J -5- " "" ."- 4 p-j, .f t -M -r - reO- IS" JX? iTcr y X is I??c r, .- m ss-,I!usIdcss Conjj.nvc llucs or less per annnm;.K. ttS" Simple antionucomutit or rnarriagts end flenU.sr.ii.t cluucli and benevolent TOClotles iJifccrtcd free. Any addition to Sultuary notices will be 'cucrgod five ccati fextra. LSWiS GREEN. ' 7( HUMS 46. Editou & PCOPKIETCS. LOGAfl. OHIO, THURSDAL MARGE 1. L8SS, KUMBER 46. i TERMS - 1.50 hocMng Sentinel f$T If. "Rf r?S " " 1. - " "" - - . I" WET MnPTTMn . SkTTmJTPTTTTPT . iN; l?l a jljljl JL--v-a--x v JJ'JLX X XJ. JLLdBJi h!Biimmg-. i r i i Efr vt T Ji ? ?- U fst up I- ! X- te l- IS & !5- - 5T rasT I ie IT' r 9 .-- i- KO MOXErP.EQUIRED OF PdSSrOXSi ULE PAItflkS 'iO COMMENCE TBEAT.MEXT. h mm of ii m m& dr. ns,A.2sras:, if1 zsriErw" tore: . IVii.cipnl of THE FRANCE -MEDICAL INSTITDTE, Columbus, Ohio, ' Accompanied by D. OTIIQ FHUTH, M. P., Iho Celebrated German Specialist, of I'cw York, by request of many f: ie...

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. — 1 March 1888

-B"?; r: eg tszssaae: TrryHraa '" L.:i..Jg w ' - i. J J'asc?jqiigT?i.v.mi -i ' afcjs AT JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'i3??Z?F?&& ?&&? -r. 7 1 T " LEWIS GREEN, Editor & PnoPRirnm. TERMS 5J.50 Thursday, March U 1SS8. The sickness of the editor will account lor the lick of editorial matter In this issue. In his speech at Nashville last Maich, Senator Sherman said, "The war is over, (hank God ; bat (he courage, devotion and forti tude of both sides remain the common pnde and heritage of us all." The words have been very properly selected by the surviv ing members of the Philadelphia Brigade, and Cowan!s .First New "Fork Battery, and of the Confed erate Pickett's division, as an as sociation which has decided to undertake to build a monument near the "Bloody Angle," on the field at Gettysburg, where Pick ell's heroic and historic; charge was repelled, after a .loss of3,o00 killed, wounded, and missing of its 4, GOO men. John Sherman's Nashville words are first rale, but it must ...

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. — 1 March 1888

2 .F rv l r r S; ,? V asBecsssBEXEsazcOSBissz 2EEZE33. ;.vyprm... l-n 2JT-OyMPis ami Soup,- every On and after lliis date, Feb. 24, ria.v" including Sundays, at Johnny iSss, 2000 mile ticlfcts of Fonnyl- Kirstcin s. LOCAL ITEMS. i)niiovai!--Arlistic Tailor. Court i jii session. Candidates are on the wine. Simmy March has come at last. Joe Matins look a Irip through the -valley last week. "Gbi'drcn's suit n all styles and qnalilies at Chas. ltoso'n. ;l'lie Edilnr is housed this week with n spell of varoiloid measles. Slop in J't Chas. Rose's nml leavo your measure for a new spring suit. I3.i-.ier Sunday and All Fool's dav come at the same time this year. Episcopal services at Grace Ohipel, Friday, March 2nd., at 7 P, M. Or. Franu McClinlock is home from Collego in Cincinnati on a va "cation. Gus Smilh and Fronk'McOlir. lock have returned home to spend vacation. Those wishing 'the latest out in hats cm pot what they want at Chas. Ilcso's. - Col. Mandus Bcber of Charles ion, West Virgi...

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. — 1 March 1888

1 s. n: I. f? IX.' 5? khMMkMMjiS szs S2 3E5 WUlT '-JA'Ai. jsh&jj. lmA !c if I "jCX. i -i NL fe, it; fe 1 48" m It: as i i- IS I ; l& I ,1 The old Hull Una is a favorile iaorl for sportsmen. Tlie ladies give as a reason for marrying for money, UihI the;. now seldom find anything elso a man worth having. jfilbd nearlv 27 columns of Phila- .. ", VTT."Tn - ., , 'delnhia Record, on Ihe 14!Ii nit. INaral Po(, Ino.-iOO. is thoonly . - . . po.-t composed exclusively of Tho Rev. Mr. Bacchus U the naval veterans in the Depart inenl of Philadelphia. . r " rf""" r A farmer in Piecntaquis cnun ... it : i i v. milium, rut UIIV, II l IICC illKI hauled if home the-other day. When ho, went to split it ap for j wood. he was 'greatly snrpris- .cd io tind a liig bear enjoying his -winter nan inside theliollow log- Uere, what are you rtotng ?' asked tho janitor of the Poller building of a wild eyed granger, who was rushing across' the roof lo tile copings on the edge. -'Ey gincer. that's queer!"...

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. — 8 March 1888

r 'jr l ..MB rr-'Tri-rv-yTyfiTyrT-7'r CT .-M; J v :--' ",--sc:TrzyJ j. --.-.-. n-.-, rf-.i,- i --, i-- v Tt. ENTINKL, 9" Builness Csrda, Ato lines or less per nnnmj i.i " Simple announcement of mrnrlages and dvattisnnd church nnd Iwnevolent aocletle .nserte.1 tree. Any lulilition to obituary notices will be clinrgril fire cents extra. LEWIS GREEN. Eorroit & Pr.oi'ftrKTar.. LOGAN. OHIO. TB0B8DAL MARCH 8. 1883. NUMBER 47. VOLUME 46. TERMS $1.50 .,.,!, -jilii -i ,--T-jj-iii.MjjgsEagBzasEgX3Cg 1 1 WJ 111 jggLs - I "WIT HOCKING --L ia- Ja iK.r &- -&- Hfc o -3 -- t-s- IV 4 &? S 'ji T I- b. K if iH Prh-einal of THE FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE. Colombo". Ohio. FKUTH. M. D., the Celebrated German Specialist, of New York, by request of many NO MOXEYREQUIHED OF BESl'OXSl l:LE PARTIES 10 COMMENCE TREATMENT. Accompanied ly D. OHIO friends and patients, lias decided to vis-it Xiogais, Ohio, WeScesday, MAB8E S8 1SS8. Consultation and Examination Free and Confidential in their (Parlors...

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. — 8 March 1888

ss-"- i- -r . te i" r t r i? fT if.- j r I i f- K "w jm-jmurr i..- .-n'ijrj'.i.w.it: !iu.-nuji.-!M!.'m-tt.-i.-a-'?wc;,j,'lnrA'..llT """ ...UwmAjj-iJL'WilAlh.''fl I 'I qP BS5 TH- l-W,glf'-'UlJ WW. - 'W'l-J-'J ..'iXg? LEWIS GREEN, Editor & PnoPKitrrcR. TERMS The Tally Sheet Cases, A Prns H ui i- n f Jus'ice ior Poliiical Purposes. Ihursday, March S, 1SS8. 'oulcitipi ol Cotirf. Some wct'k? no in liie progress of llie tally ItPet-c:il-e, Prose:!! -lor Hilling Iodic nd Viin In ce nl hi po-iiinnasan attorney and rudely nlyji-ed ami vjllifiel Policeman Sleutie while on lliu willies' Eland. Meeting Iliilinr aller- wards on Ihe. street, Sietihe re proached Iiini for his u ii wa nam ed abu--e. Iluliii: replied with a coarse epilhel and iiisullin;: re marl:, when "tenbe very properly and promplly knocked him down. Instead ot being triad for assault. Sleube was yanked up before Push's Court on a charge of Con tempt of Court, fined S25.00 and lbu months in jail. Such an outrage lias never be...

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. — 8 March 1888

tAKs-ta apfca7 t TtLZJ T- cgt V-rJTg-J', """ tT F-BswuowaMj4? -iCSex j vv T '- --atews rr-' v -re-. n..i.m'.u m-i) Brr yir,-r;"'-.I'tj-jwiCTg K t?'' ft 1 hS- Py lif v. If 'I w h J VI U r i i 1L, J jgirOysters ami Soup, every I.Pffau and Fall Township da.v, including Suiula3-s, at Jolinny lrlmary Election, i L.irstcin s. Jori; llcniN Mr. J. II. Nixon mid Miss Clara Davis of iliis place, were married The Democratic Corporal inn j la-' weelc. 1 lie Alices ii.Ua a:nl JMizaDPlli A Measure of Uciief. OCAL ITEMS. Donovan Artistic Tailor. Mr. Tiplnn is seriously ill. Tom Johnston. ofKosloria, was in the ciiy this week, W. II. Cnflney, of Knnns Cily, Mo., visited Logan Iliis week. Mrs. Ben Mycr. or Xelsni.rillc, is visiting lier sister, Mrs. L. L. liort, ol this cily. A. V. Crawford lias just closed a very successful term of school in the district south of Logan, ft Mies Cora Yilsn, of Circioville, is visiting in the cilr the guest Ol lier frio ul, J iss Maigic Case. J'iss Delia Myers left f...

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. — 8 March 1888

nn9n - v-wftr, 5- i7 1 IJUIUVMIIMMM 5r -- . r C ,-"- -1j- - -- ---V? ' s h c I IS s ISS 13. IS ar i? t? I & 1 i' I- & I i-i IS? A frr.-naaE . .rTv-,J...N.Ka SEZmsrfriri.1'l???tiS!iSlSa3t School Examiners Test Questions, SATURDAY, March 3. lSe?. UTILE. Any applicant defected in pi vine or receiving: aid in anv wav, shall bo'deprived of the privilege of anpearinj; before UieBo'aid for the year. GRAMMAR. F. il. GORDON, Examiner Ture-lh. 20 m. 1. Dafine relation and agreement From what nro the rules of prom mar lien veil t IV lint, lire rules ? 2. Of what doe syntax teach ! Should il bo Bludied before or ancr eiyinoln-ry if w hy 3. WlllU IS ineatll 1)V lllR llislnrinnl lirPCflil fJIrn nn o-cnmr.lt? 4. What is a complete verb ? Can a comulele verb be made pas sive? Why? 5. Name the absolute tenses; the relative lenses: stale the dif ference between them. 6. What are the genders? What is the difference between sex and gpnder? 7. Chnnge Iho following into complex Fentenres: UA thin...

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. — 15 March 1888

m z v yi. hocking Sentinel i Vit? HOCKING TINEL, Jbntiiiel. tlr? a SOBSGfilUT N, ..50 Ir00 W H& &. jl -a.. wmoBBsmmmtmagaaeamttx y Business Card, nvs lines or less per iraunm'.i'i.ftj b-Simple announcement of marriages rttitl deariiannd church and benevolent ea!etle -nserted Tree. Any addition to obituary notices will be cliargwl ilvo cents extra. LEWIS (SREEN. Editoi: & PcoPRrBTB. m LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 1-5, 1883 I VOLUME 46. NUMBER 48. TERMS $1.50 t WCTMBWEiB"' ' " ' - , 975 i Sen ' i t ' ' .Sf lya i3J- l? -T u I - f it r A !. r-- ii- f 1 & it L?"- 3- is? Is ft. ra- 5: F .- KO MOJTETREQDIRED OF KEbiOSUsLE. t'ABTilW ;0 COMMENCE TUEYt'MENT. X)S,, 1E,JL35TC"E7 OIE UsTIEW YCRZ; rinw'pal of THIS FilANCE MEDICAL INSinUIK. iVr.u. Oh'.. A.--oHi,-a.ii.,I U I. OTHOi FRUTH, SI. D., lli8 Celebrated Cieminii Si.-i:.-. . iNir Yt.ih. by reujirn! nt many mends and patients, Iihk :- iort lo visti &saa, etle, ''efisesSsr 5Ll3tC5 28, 1568. Gonsullalion and Examination Fre...

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. — 15 March 1888

"-T"5- 4fTs vJ?fV-.5g W"i- Es - ip. B I !; I l? I E- Mr ft. ?v I". r m Ir fe I- . ? i? r r r i Ut SenthutL LSWIS GREEN, Editoe & Proprictor. TERMS $1.50 Viursrtay. March 75. 'SI-0. The TallylShuet Cases. The testimony In Iho Tally-Sheet cases U nil In, nntl the argument U In pro:rress. The failure or the Republican parly to attach the ignominy of this crlru- on the Democracy -n ik -s the-n -ill mad, nnd when It Is shown that The present trial is a Republican conspiracy to smirch Demo crats, they aro begging or De'iiociat to keep still. Just as they did when Governor Foraker made the blonder of his Ille to open his campaign, denouncing the Dem ocrat! manasln.; the penitentiary as a "set of scoundrel who stole right and left until kicked out. c," aud then proclaimed that the forgeries of tha tally sheet were male tiy the convict Francis, In the peulten tiary. lati -is Ch ilrm in or the Republican Committee and llullu;nctlngas politician lent what character they hail to the Hpver n...

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. — 15 March 1888

5!tf5S?SfSS55!5? .-i3S - -. .-JVRa-WJCi t?a -?- " -5-Sssasss Efe ,-a? saSseSS fss--- t.. r.y e i m & i? I 5?1 k 14 a V! sr l.. r I T -S "OjSIeffi' "a'nl Soup, every day. including Sundays, at Jo linn y Riritoin's. LOCAL ITEMS. BoiiovanArtistic Tailor. For n hnndfome shirt call at Clias. Kose'e. Miss Lizzie MeAIanigal. nl" Ur- blston,is visillii" in this eily. H.nndkerrliiefp; the grandest display of the season al Chas. Rose's. Judge DeSleigner. of Athens held Court several days in Log-in this week. Special sale of Children;' Wait this week. 25c, 50c, -75c, anil 90c at Chas Rose's. Gieat arrivals of working pants from $1 np. Warranted not to rip. At Clia. Rose's. Mr. and Mr. Maynard Pond are visiting Mend at Chatan qua, N Y-. this week. We are glad to learn that Mr. Tipton, who has been dangerous ly ill, is getting better- Mrs, David Little attended the Grand Campaninni Cmicejl at Columbus, on last Tuesday eve ning. The Brown Bros, have put a now floor in their busine rooms one d...

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. — 15 March 1888

arv" s.-apr -.-SJ--V. - -& ytvy1"- WtT Gtf1- if- R '" aaiaiijeM!aaaaAiwMiwAVT .-i jj..,.. wi?:Mfj.,iiin.miii.i m...i,-- ; syfav j.-.w.iww.-ja '.','-'."jjm.n' "-'.Hyr ,'lih-i '- ,JBt-""" ""rHVi ,M.I.LIA.!.W!IWWJ.1, Tff" y? 3SC .., mi i .I. if ,"j.'..-ll'jjll; Vfg'SSfM ! l& 12V is. E3k &" I ST & f. l 5?. iw: ft IS? is:?- sx ? F Bill .Nye on a Tour. HE 1IEET3 A TIUYELEP. ASB DIS ffCSSES FAUMING. On boar'' a Western train the other day I held in my bosom for over 75 miles the elbow ol a lari:e man whose name I do not know, lie was nol a railroad hog or I would have resented it. He was built wide and he couldn't help it. ro I forgave him. He had j huge, j:er.tle. Kindly eve. and when he desired to spit lis 'vent to the car door, opened it and decorated I lie entire oni sideofilie train, foreeltiug that our speed would help to give trope- to h?s remarks. Naturally as he sat there Iy my side, holding on tightly to Iris ticket and evidently afraid tliatihe conductor would fo...

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. — 22 March 1888

mamamamrm ritv- fr Biff' f 1 if Ns P it. ?. -VJ ft " & at 1 1?. u jgs svr-w.. ftp ,'is- i J u-r , , j ! - f ssm.inDJ t SB" Badness Cards, Ave lines or less per aaiuimIS-i.fl-1 W Simple announcement of laarnagcc fid death, r.ud chnrch and benevolent c!elles -nserted frao. Any addition to slKiary notices will bo charged ttve cent aesg-Efr ' , ' , ." '"' ,'if .1 -im QEvTIS GREEJST. ElJlXOa & PP.0PBI2T0B. VOLUME 46. LOGAN. OHIO, THURSDAT. MARCH 22. 1883. MUJIBEB 49. TERMS $1.50 Z.nnl.inr, Oanfitt.,! f KS " .4 vf Ttl ti XS juul,.vhiu yw-' r m i rs ( . - ia. ' . w3;t &JT j- subscription. si.50 0 B a H j a"! ls 1 1 1. I fl s i i T. Ill a. I t I a -USi? ( w w - - , -. . - j-.i.i rM 21 c- pa csi fH jmrw. h v a m mmr t -ri va ia n .h . m rmi mm m a a &i -ses s ,r. iiim m l h a i . i i b i h i . b 1 . 1- f ML. m M & J JaLL. 'J&--B. & A Vl y-y . p.i-n.rl I, n J. 1 .L. 4 -aJJ&4sj $ i , A IgJ HH i IT- c & - h-vdt NO MOXEYUEQUIUED OF BESPOX -IULE PAUTILS TO COMM...

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. — 22 March 1888

rTrt-jfna. . mjwf-smi. .! -" ,tfss,p"" r x."1 .- ""yisgy 'gg'iyygg' -yyv --,: 31 "-sf - & i i tec it r. BP1- t I fc IF- k iTt.-.'- i Yi,i,1'L'''iL ' ' JEC 32S33S2CS3: Travrmggz t LEWIS GREEN, EutTOU & PllOI'KIETQK. Jac:o Veavcr for Mayor. TERMS - - - $1.50 Ihurs&ay March 22, 'S8. DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. For Trustee," A. J. BURGESS, Vor Tieascrer, KIOnOLAS J. WEIL AND. For Clerk, DAVID M. KANODE. For Assessor Palls Prsclnct, WILLIAM F. ENGLE. Gore Precinct, I. N. SLATZER. Constables, KELSON W. SPENCER, KOBE HI DAVEY. WILLIA2I GKEiiN. CITY TICKET. For" Mayor, JACOB WEAVER. V For Marshal, JOHN B. STEDEM.3 For Treasurer, ANDY HOLL, Jr. For Clerk, JOQN SH1VELY. For Cemetery Trustee, DANIEL ACKERS. For CouDcllraeD, 1st Ward 2d Ward John Donovan. 3d Ward Chris Jourgensinier. 4th Ward Joseph Hatter. For Assessors, 1st Ward George Shorr. 2d Ward John M. White. 3d Ward John Smoot. 4th Ward Isaiah Poling. Tho Tariff in Congress. For months past Congress has been dealing with th...

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. — 22 March 1888

StPr-s.: r 4'-jvraSWi:'"BBwrB:V CWg SSfcj m ?.' -i ft jOfcMAAJMd an?f.:n,-vi.;.l.w.'e.j:wviv' . - -rr.r-7 faces '"ay-V l:s:JS: '"rrr: i9mfX-jgflQim & V?" ?.. Et-r & I5 E f br W t& i 2 m gr""Oyslers and Soup, every day, including Sundays, at Johnny Jfirstoin's. Donovan Artistic Tailor. II was a bad day for St. Patrick. Joseph Ilafler will be "vindica ted." Billy the Kid was vindicated in the 4th ward. t. II. WiUard spent Sunday at Baird's Furnace. "No Irishmen need apply" in tho 4th ward on St. Patricks day. Hrs.D. II. Willard is visiting at Baird's Furnace this week. iiiss Sadie Pond left today for a week's visit with her sisler at Slilan, O. Ohio Farmer's Insurance Com pany on top. b'co J. T. AlcCormicb, Logan, O. Farmers, see J. T. McCormick before 3ou insure your property. Logan, Ohio. Tho Eye and Ear Specialist. Dr. Harman, wants a girl to do housework. j?or Accident Insurancej best and lowest ratei, seo J. T. SfcCor xaick, Logan, O. Frank Schl.igetter, Jr., publishe...

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. — 22 March 1888

.SBWC,T'Jl!,"'Sr-vJ' "-. -"cy v.-,if --- -Tit-T' Ca1 Izs-' V ;CT? .MH..y,U ---. . J.V.-.-J.J.-.V.JJft. W.m'KMrt.B.I'l..l) ''Iff .11 UIJWI .JAJJJiHU . -L Ml .JUMJJ.U -F l-.I.TWlIIWW.T..J.IImai 'ia,jiAJtt'iww..fWW ',-- gjwijai?5. w f f THE BREATHING PUCES FOR WHICH CINCINNATI IS NOTED ALL OVER THE COUNTRY. Her Hill-Top Retort, Her Parks, and Her "Zoo" Garden A Distinctive Ger- man Settlement In tho Heart of ths Qneen City. v.mcimiau nas always oeen noted ior her amusement and during tho Cea- hinninl aa. ? .. ....- 111.,.. l.-4- l. - HI allow herself to tafce back seat when k many strangers will be within her gates, all bent upon being entertained. It has not vet been decided bv the w.ri. ons managers of theaters here whether thsy will keep open their doors or not the opinion to a certain extent prevailing among them that the Exposition will prove such an attraction that they would be forced to play to empty tenches. Soino of the craft, however, contend that tha theaters will catch tho...

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. — 29 March 1888

1 -W- r' '."- -- ttjt- ?r-a--grs-jT r.rny.,fS7---TBiwfc j'&i'&smtat&??i5p&&p&G:-''''- i- w.-f1 Sr M sj t1 ... - - .'- ; -vot0 lb - I yg38- - - -rm.--T-x;mfe; . i,i.j.:,'.'.i.";iww!it.wi i i nii)ijm.-iraei"w ' jraagjag?',-avnr-.-riHrwr'?r?srv72cx. jjfSvWr jl-,v..w. .ggnmgrTyj.vi- bo'V -o hocking Sentinel ..-rfer A . ms jpatuHUH. SIJB30RILTI0N, $1.50 fit" Business Cards, Hvo lines or loss per unnnn-JjaxO S3-Simple announcoraont of marriages nnd deaths nnd church aad benevolent societies inserted free. Any nddition to obituary notices will bojeharsed Ave cents extra. LEWIS GREEN, Editor & Proprietor. VOLUME 46. LOGAN, OHIO, THURSDAY. MARCH 29. 1888. NUMBER 50. TERMS $1.50 isw"' Sentinel, Ife I t 4. J-. I & - S: IC i. i. l?5" Ifef' f- r -v l 3T 5 gW Mr 1 r llVr NO MOXErREQtJIRED OF RESPONSIBLE PARTIES TO COMMENCE TREATMENT. IDIR,, S.JLHSTCE, OIF IsTZETW" YORK Principal of THE FRANCE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Columbus, Ohio, Accompanied by D. OTB.O n FRDTI1, M. D...

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. — 29 March 1888

' Ztfkfr-lpT VISSB?:-' - VjK5V v e?e- . is r & 3 i- I t I; I, N JpsnthwL LEWIS GREEN, EDITOB tfc PKOFIUETOB TERMS $1.50 V Death of Chief Justice Waiie- deatt'i ot Chief Juslice on Friday of last week, Ihursday. March 29, '88, DEMOCRATIC TOWNSHIP TICKET. For Trustee,' , A. J. BURGESS, For Treascrer, NICHOLAS J. WEIL AND. For Clerk, DAVID M. KANODE. For. Assessor Falls rrsclnct, WILLIAM E. ENGLE. Gore Precinct, I. N. SLATZER. Constables, NELSON W. SPENCER, HOBEKT DAVEr. V.'ILLIAM GREEN. CIT TICKET. For Mayor, JACOB WEAVER. For Marshal, JOHN B. STEDEM. ForTreasnrer, ANDY HOLL,Jr. For Clerk, JOHN SH1VELY. For Cemetery Trustee," DANIEL ACKERS. For Councllraen, 3t Ward 21 Ward John Donovan. i" I Ward Chris Jonrgensmier. 4i h Ward Joseph liafler. For Assessors, I-t Ward George Shorr. 2 J Ward John M. Wliile. :! 1 Ward John Smoot. 4 !i Ward Isaiah PoHue. Democratic Meetinj Ibe Democrats of Logan are rolled to meet on Friday ovening, -March 30:h, at the Sentinel Office fcr tho purposo of...

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. — 29 March 1888

sgso -v - fJCr" r A fe I' 1 -X K4t "Oysters and Soup, every day, including Sundays, at Johnny Kirstein'a. ?&m LOCAL ITEMS. Donovans-Artistic Tailor. Mrs. McChntock, who J:as been quite ill the past week, is about well agtin. If you want a good bnggy, surry. wagon or road cart, go to Comly & Higgin's to bay it. We present our readers with some interesting matter Ibis week, on Easter, the new year of Christians. The Ohio Farmer's Insurance Company makes a specially of l?arm Property. See J. T. McCor mick, Lofian, O. Ex-Congressman Converse, of Columbus, was in the city on last Monday, attending to some legal matters iu our court. The Ohio Farmer's Insurance Company writes School Houses and Churches at low rates. See J. T. McCormici, Logan, O. Mr. Gus Riff and family, for merly of our town, and for some time past at PL Pleasant, have removed to Columbus. Bro. "Willard, late of the Ee- publican Gazette, is in Columbus this week, lookinsup matters re lating to the coming Centenni...

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