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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hocking sentinel. — 16 August 1888

y -1 r - J T?Ty r.V.wl -t.fc 35332 riAUilnZ TT?T.s.W. jiLf!ZtUJJSa ivla fyttir ntt zzznzznzn y-s A GRAND PARADE OF PATRIARCHS MILITANT OF THE UN ISP STATES. The 2CtIi of July a Uod-IWter Day In lo I.istoi-y of tlio 3Io3t Popular Secret Orjer on tlio Globe. Tha Conclave of the Patriarchs Mili tant of tuo United States and Canadus, which occurred in Cincinnati, begin ning on Monday, the 23il, and con tinuing until Sat urday, tha 23th of July, was ono of tho largest bodies that ever met at Mot af rv one lime. Thcro ere near 1 y II v o 2 1 thousand, unlforni- iJ ed men in line, end - body f" manded by Lion- tenant General Jno. C. Underwood, ex Governor of Ken tucky. The con course of Odd Fel lows drew a still larger crowd of ad mirers and friends, and CIncmna 1 1 ' s hcppitnl it y was A MAJort-onxniAT,. tested to lt3 ntino3t limit in providing for so many people. The panido on Thursday, tho 3th, was .pac of the most brilliant on record, even eclipsing; in numbers and elegance the Xnigut...

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 August 1888

HW 355tosSTii?i! f? k C C SUBSCRIPTION, ' us-Business CanJs.'EAe lirts or less per annum SCCO ar blmplc announcement of marriages and Ciatbs niid church and benevolent societies -liveried free. Any uddition to obituary uotIi.es will bcjcliargrd live cents extra. LEWIS GREEK, Editoe & Proprietor. VOLUMI 47; LOGAN. OHIO. THUBSDAT. ATJGUST 23. 1888. DUMBER 19 TERMS 1.50s t rr 1 ' cli' h -J The .Mocking Senlinlel. f ""& If g T . . , , . .-. i rrv jj n e ? j naciisfKin ux b -w u -wa i. .n . u v. ri n nn n i.iiu j kf .. pt u.ii . n ii b w.w n b i li. i .f -va m wm k sm. n n h m 3 ft E B ' i asjrJlilVJI Bt S I & fl I BJ B i m- l fa""fc 1ST "H m ?J HJ kd C7 1&. 4 lk.11 El H C BI KJ T tR SI E "-OkM C4 1 T ..... k- "- ...' ..,,' , , , . r r "5 LOG-HOUSES Hot So UnconxfortabUi b Tlioy Appear tq Be After AIL . To Uioso who luivc ncT.-r bad a-practical cxpericuca of a life la tho lorwiy ei fico depicted below, It may appoar that tbo discomforts would be of endless va riety and of...

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 August 1888

X?." 'Ji'!Z ?! ss- .. - . --"-' -"'.v7 ---' .' 1 "J vl"j. S3 T-rrrT-rpr-rr-sFts?rrhvrT.:- ""iKSfr . " LEWIS GREEN, Editoh & Proprietor. TERMS i:50$ Viursday tiug. 23, '88. BenjocratiG Miocal Met FOR PRESIDENT, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. FOttVICE PRESIDENT, Allen G. Thurman, Of Ohio. Democratic ST.A.TJS TICKET. Secretary of State. BOSTON G- YOUNG, of Marion. Judge of the Supremo Court, BYMAN B. CRITOIIKIELD of JClllersburg, Member Board of Public Works; JAMES EMMITT, of Waverly. For member of Congress, Joseph H. Outhwaite, of franklin. F r Circuit Judge, S- WELDY. or Hocking County. For Common Pleas Judge, TALIL SLOUGH OfTalrflela. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Treasurer, J3ENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney, VIRGIL C. LOWBY. For Commissioner. GEORGE MARKS. For Infinnary Director, ISAACiMATHIAS. Executive Committee. ' S. Weldy, Chairman ; John M. "Fi.otd, Sect'y; red Stroce:, "Treasurer; V. C. Lowry, P. Mc . SIahon, Geo. Krinn, At.. Weak. Xogan Clcrelaad Club Officers...

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 August 1888

fA&ISSiciiAIT 0s ikhcihssess: 7-re-rr..gravggri-i JiTiirT '.'.:-nBzrs.,lti.l.:V.mvTWWnH ttt'ZE2JWX!.VP-l,,.WiiV-IU!iiXi ? LOCAL ITEilS. , 3r. r j'jf? " Donovan--Artistic Tailor. A. U. Brooko ia ill with malarial Capt John Siiblier is visiting in Maysville, Ivy. Mre. Dicks died in Logan on last Friday morning. The 1'rcsbytenan Sabbath School picnics at Haydenville today. Tliad Allen, of "ours," Is sick this week with Malarial lover. Mi.-s Smith, of Cincinnati, is thejwest ol Mrs,. Dr. Pullen, this week. Miss Logslon, oJ FurnaceJowii, died ou Sunday evening of last week. Alack Connel started Tuesday morning for a months visit in the WeaU Mrs. JjCrawfordand daughter Hay, are visiting friends in &om eraet, this week. Sir. Lappeu nd family have returned home from a week's vis it in Saltcreek. lira. Andy Holl is visiting friends and relatives in Vinton county this week Mr. Chaso, of the State Jour nal, gave this office a pleasant call on last Friday. The mombors ot the Lutheran Sa...

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 August 1888

J --" "'-' ,---."'' u iiPcsa?iia3CLsacEmsxac: GHEAr OCEAN YESSHIS, j CUESS AUTOMATON A JEEB; THAT COST MILLIONS OF DOLLARS, WHO DEATS EVERBODY AT CHESS .-.'-y-.Tr-r.,riHa;'T'''?''' Democratic Plulform. g-wygyrr arm -u. Affnwwrai-ww?s-OT' BBeiviyiai,r.aigAT-,,r-'-'' NOW BEING CONSTRUCTED DY THE GOVERNMENT. Xlegiuit 2Idcl of Tliom In the Naval Department Kxhlblt of the Cincinnati CtiilrnuUl Tho Ealtiinarc, Chicago, 3tntrk anil Ii!iu. AND CHECKERS. A DIos.t Wonderful J'ieco of Mechanism, That Astounds tlie World 'Willi Its Mar velous Intelligence ami Skill. In a quiot apartment in the tower of 'to nrincinle. anil msinlv coi.razc have I Park Hall, and reached by an elevator, j endeared him to the American pcoilo, The Democratic parly of the State nf Ohio, in convention n-teeinlilctl, present to (lie people (if ihe Stale the following declaration of principles : I 1. We endorse without qualification j the administration of President Cleve I land. His honest', integrity, fidelity P B ra m...

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 August 1888

. - s r-fc" 'T?-;Vix -i''5SSii).?,,s b, sr fan r'7i'.'ir----j:f''jg-rft'-f irrTrrT31"' -- - -' -?i.7-. i,A:yTrf?i;'.i.,'i!v-?aiTg''CTt.:v ararn TIT" VAlttr "-',- " '- c The Ilocling Scnhnicl. T "T' 5J Nst ri If t ' T ' : HCSCKIPT10K, fcl-SO CS. business CinIs,fivo limb oriSer nnnnm i.C0 Mr simple aimounccmi-ntor marriages and dentils iud chinch mid benevolent societies .uscilcd fiU- Any addition to obituary notices, villi be tdiaii;i'd live cents extra. 52? t LEWIS UKEEN. Editor & Pkoprietok. LOGAH. OHIO, THURSDAY AUGUST 30. 1888. DUMBER 20 VOLUMl 47. TE113IS 3.50$ K5J SJ t I r- i 1 Sheriff's Sale. Jre-cpli .V. llnnscr, Till ;s i Jobn lectcnvslJt,etal Defts. lu tho Couriof Common Plc.sof Kecking Uuuniy. Oliio. , Notice is li crony bIvcu tbnt the lintlcr rtcned.Slieilirot Ht.kiii:COUj1y,0H.io, by Virtue ot an cido. of sale , i.iucd out at KiidConrtJutuenliovetiimicduHiheainlJo Jjiai diicclcd asSlienffoi i.ild connty, will tilUici'ooi of tboUouri House in ios-'. oil Saiunl.-iy, Se...

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 August 1888

-r - i; Ki vn -' r' 'Cl 11 IIi , fe ESS30 SSSOSiTI ftTIKWKS 2EH3S 31SSS3C2S3ZS5 -i.rrsvprp rTrryamr.a'grivssir.-CTe; SSS&1SE2 v.. I I- K if. I- j t V V 4 . r W.. & 5- . ) r. r? jj ; ;. &v v i if 3 EL ISs If. ?: I Ij? ' y w c ulhtoL It 'U C?5?' t -LEWIS GREEN, Editor & L'ropuiltqk. .TERMS J.SOi 2mrsday, slug. 30, '88. Mocratic Rational Met. FOR ritKSIDEST, GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. FOE VICU TRESlDESr, Allen G. Thurman, Of Oliio. Democratic STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, - .BOSTON G. YOUNG, of Marion. Jndco or thoSnpremo Court, Ij"YMA2J . CRlTCni'lELO of Mlllersburg, Member Board or Public Works; JAME3 EMMITT, ofWaverly. For member of Cougrres, Joseph H. Outhwaitej ofFrauklin. F r Circuit Judge, S. WELDY. of Hocking Comity. ForCommou Pleas Judge, TALL BLOUGH Or Fairfield. DES100RATIC .COUNTY TICKET. For Trousurer, Benjamin n. allen. For Prosecuting Attorney, VIRGlL C. LOWKY. For Commissioner. GEORGE MAKK3. For Inflr-Tiary Director, ISAACMATHIAS. r""- Executive ...

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 August 1888

V 3JE3S5SS35K2I3OT333 i.-mr-jgi'T:ggjirz'-!:g fT i hi It, . v I V vy T-y-v;STrTVraL?'-AJ LOCAL ITEIS'. Boiiovnn Artistic Tailor. School open next Monday. . Frank Biehni spent last Sun day in this city. , Win. Lay is visiting in I.nuiel, Indiana, this week. Rob Work, of Marietta, was in Logan last Saturday. P.P. Rempel is painting the hotel and adjoining building. Miss Lou Miller has returned to .-chool at Valparaiso, I:ul. Cash paid lor chickens and J)rodnce ol all l;ilids at Wauer & Moll's. Miss Maggie jWyman. of Lnn ci.ier, O., is visiting friends here t ti- week. Mr. Atidj McKinney, who lias been quite ill, is abie to be out and about again. Slip. Ward, of New Lexington, is vif-ilins her mother, Mrs. John McBride, in this city. Chas Monroe has returned from Cincinnati where lie has been at tending the Centennial. M:ss Ella Purse! I has relumed home from a pleasant visit ainimg relatives at Huntington, W. Va. Miss May Montgomery cave a ideai-ant party to her young friei.ds on ...

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 August 1888

W.c-'san.''" I J p. - - .. , - - J . -iJ5ft 5T I -LrT F&-: J K .-. Si jyiss3H2rsaas3: I2rj35K322SSE25HlZE22 luiajsat & l to 1 -v W .v 15. . , v 4 fV -S V ! . r vf. JS & H ,-v' ,j 1 li : I .- tpf r lw Is? A r ! it1 li let l- : ? & THS PASM. If calllu have their hair rub- lied olF, showing baio j):ilelies of (skin, rub on a liltle sulphur and lard. No difference- hew much the "season may crowd, it is oolishne33 lor I ho farmer lo break down by overwork, and the prudent hus bandman will so manage his work, r.s lo always keep il from crowding him. .Urass being tho foundation of -all successful forming il deserves first consideration, but, unfortu nately, leceives less than any other crop and is last in every 'course, a rest rather than prepa ration carefully planned. An exchange says: ''Do not sell hay, it is the most unfortu--nale crop that you can sell from tho farm, making an exceeding ly heavy draft on tho fertility of -.the soil for a veiy limite'i money return. 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. — 6 September 1888

?3S8-" M , i'w- Hocking Scntinicl 1 r X TTTiTTT ftij Jtmltittl; .fBUHSCKll'TIOIs i-i.so -urWCKE.. 1N XLXj 'c:K'Uu-,lnes3 Cutis, live liuCs'or Jess nr v .&&4.-US' l'TSl,iWI" 'i-(''' rs5fJfe Wii'i li- ju ounce inert of jinrrlnKCS LEWIS GREEN, - Editor & Proprietok. i-glB ml. CeatlTb iJ. eliuieli nd bcneo Jpttli;s.aii?eJ fri-c. Any mldltlm lent iu to VOLUMI 47. LOGAK, OHIO, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 6. 1888. NUMBER 21 trllls h.v-', - , TERliS.- 3. 50 j - . J ' Sen J - 0.tJKlvl JN Ur "3$ i V ?r fc BIBLICAL ARCHAEOLOGY. ! a section of oriental antiqui , "ties of the national museum. A Stntly of flio Moilern Inhabitant of 'XTos'rrn AIa A Number of Foc-Slmllo and Flat Cnits of Seal Cylinder Photo irrapliK, SIfidcU and Pictures. Tho section of Oriental antiquities of " the United States National Wusoum is represented at Cincinnati Centennial Expotiition by an "exhibit of Bib lical Archaeology. Biblical Archaeol ogy is the study of tho arts, Ian .gunge, history, social lifo and religion...

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. — 6 September 1888

M t ..&"- "i BMH prwr-ttrMPg3rTma-iw:iMirT-BIII" T"H-1 liittcL LEWIS GBEEN. Editor & Phopriktor. Viursday. Sept. tf, 188$. Mocralic Mossl Betel FOR PEESIDKNT. GEOVER CLEVELAND, Of New York. FOE VICE PRESIDES!, Allen G. Tlmrman, Of Ohio. . Democratic STATE TIOKTCT- Secretary of State, BOSTON G. YOUNG, of Maiion. Judge of the Supreme Court, XVMAN B. CRITCHlUKLD or Mlliersburg, .freWjer Board or Public Works; 3AHES EMMITT, of Waverly. For member of Cougir-ss, Joseph H. Outhwaite, fFranklin. f fit TERMS - - - 1-50$ Sig F r Circuit Judge, . S- WELDY. or Hocldng -County. j , For Common Pleas JuOge, T.AXX. SjLOTTGKBl Of.Falrflcld. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Treasurer, BENJAMIN H. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney. TTRGlL C LOWEY. -For Commissioner. GEORGE MAKKS. For Infirmary Director, ISAAC.MATHIAS. Executive Committee. S. Weldt, Chairman ; John M. Tlovd, Secl'v; Fred Sxbock, Treasurer; V. C. Lowbt, P. Mc $31ahok, Geo. Krinn, A,. Wjgae. t Logan CleTelaud Clab Officers, ' Presiden...

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. — 6 September 1888

"Sraesaifw5ssir- r ar LOCAL ITEMS. Donovan-Artistic Tailor. Chac. GIrdman was in Logan Satnrday? Camp meeting is now in pro gress al Item pie's Grove. Mr. Chris Holl has retired from the firm of Waner & Holl- Marshall Walker is visiting relatives in Logan this week. A number of people from here attended the circus al Nelson ville, on last Monday. The Centennial opened in Co Iambus opened in Columbus on Tuesday, and is declared a sue cess. Attention is called to the ad vertisement of Dr. Seymour, of Bock Bridge, published else where in this paper. Collins & Moore call attention elsewhere, to the splendid stock of goods they have on hand and the bargains offered. Call and see. Don't increase the danger with opium remedies. Give Rinehart'a IMackberi y ;. no opium. Soc. F. llABElKGTOK. Jimmy Uanafy, assisted by his iipighboiiug Democrats, will raise H Cleveland and Thurman pole at the Fall's mill, Saturday even ing next. There will be a DeiruHratic pole raising on the farm of Ph...

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. — 6 September 1888

iina&a22SX&as cj1 - iSv -,..'., w C23 ,.... ' " " -. i. ....., MBHKsiSarSES&FuHBHfiFiH HIEHIHHHH!3"i . , Hi'mocrfliHJl'HlUUJ"- mini in il rr-;:" "T iTSlira DEAD-i.STTtit; Ui-MUii r.iuo-iu..;. j ' W IIPlSPS W? T BBS . m n kj ies: r . . &t saw -t ran n n ant r rifeaBfiiaH r .2rIMif31IHBH' Ifc TrT- ..,., i tCTWQ THE SMITHSONIAN "'Out. of INSTITUTION, j Jll! lUe .i.iiilt.t Jin si mm World. Tho &nIUi-oniaii Institute issrnnUy fiillilling the design nl its lio'.no fouavK-r, "for the iin-reabe and tlifliisiou of knowl edge anions men." Tho M-ieiitilic pri vatc correspondence of tlio institution increases with every year, coublituli.i; a vast number of channsU now I'MiMHlin- throughout Uncivilized world, in which questions mid answers, truth and light arc making their way like so many co pious streams from the earth's wilder ness r f thought to supply tho great ocean of h,ma:i knowledge Ucq.ucsts are tro- . jtk . ar- ..A'tji. n.i fcnii.i IvvWliiy.'v:?vKrsV' "k-Ti "Z-- ,V...

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. — 13 September 1888

eW5CT&sfiEt SSSJ3Ei f x J M i :UJJLn-' nm-"" w-CBB8gMIMMiMl .JWJTWrf.'-rlafcJU.. mT.'JJJJt'iL'(J'l.l.',W !.: -J.'.'M ii-V 2e Hocttng Scntinlcl. jr"ty"Sj I lx' 1 iyiiaTi x'iss8igTg3-ratt3&cgacii unm . xu. ... - :?- n rr-T-- "r" i".-s-rer: J - M 1 8r $uo C3r IJ-.ivlness Canls, five lints or less rcr niuinm StUSO' a- Simple announcement of mnrri&KCs rtnd deatlitTiind churcli nlid benevolent fcocktlea.ii6eitel free. Any mlditJon to obituary notices will bejebargod nve cents hxlra. - Fall 1888. Opp Court House subscription, TO With the most desirable goods for Fall Trade. Our store crowded with all the choicest and latest productions in Foreign JS Dry Goods. You cannot And such a collection of choicp and saleable goods in any store. Do not fail to see our large assortment. 5 Silk Department? Full Hues of Black and Colored Gros: font ns, Faille Fnincalse, Moires, Burahs, Flu.'dies, Vel vets, e ts. Sjtecial attention is called to low prico3 of tLese goods Special attention to M...

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 September 1888

MHSOS&.fXM ptt332,'.-kCj5C;M 7 I --...- ' : '; ' " -'. .'i-" -,":" -: -- - -- -v- - - "- - -.- - ,",!. 'n ctriincl ;LEWIS GREEN. Editor & Proprietor. Ihursday Sept.' 13, '88- Democratic Natjocal Met . , FOB PRKSlDENT, GHOVER CLEVELAND, ; . Of- New York. " r, 'FOR VICE PRESIDENT,". ' "Allen G. Itax&in., &. '' .t-.-j ' ' " Democratic ig3? ade TJCKigi!? ?'' Secretoix of State, "j ' 30STON G. YOUNG, of, Marion.. v :r Jodec of the Supreme, Court,., fEYJIAN BCRITCaflELD of Mlllersbnrg, 7' '. ' Member Board or Public Worlds; JAMES EMMITT, of WaVerlyr - rw- . .'For member of Congress, Joseph H. Outkwaltfc r ' of Franklin. F r Circuit Judge, V-;--' of Hocking County. - .' ; For Common Pleas Judge, T'atA slough ..- ' . - ?.Of.Flrell?- f ' iV..'. . jpEHQCJRiTIC --jf , 1 . JP J For .Treasurer,. v -BEWAJIIN-flvALEBNi , For;ProaeUng'Attoray.- ? 3riRCUL c:-:wwby. , .- l-V: For CoaanUirfoB.';' v GEORGE MAKKS. ti'T.y 1-Ji K?lanriary Director r ISAAC.MA'THlAS: .0,1 Executive Committee...

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 September 1888

JT a jjareSTOSSgsgasa r LOCAL ITEMS. v Doiiovan-Artist ic Tailor. Dr. Webb of Kansa6 is visit ins relatives in Logan. Tom Johnston, or Fostoria.was in Logan yesterday. II r. Ed. Westenhaver, of Iowa 13 veiling Logan relative?.- Frank Collins, of Des Moines, Iowi,ris visiting his parents in this citv. Mrs. G. W. Burns, of Ironton, O., is visiting friends in Logan this week. The Prohibition County Con vention, will be held Saturday, September 22J. Jim Slarcher, formerly of this .j.lace, now ol Hollon, Kas., visit ed friends in Logan this week. Miss Gertie Baker, after plea- 6atll-visit' in Des Moines, Iowa; Iia6 relumed to her home iu this city. Wm. Baker wife and children, of Dea Moines, Iowa, . formerly of Logan, are visiting friondivnd relatives in our city. Messrs. Joseph and Jacob Uck er, of Kansas City, Mo., former citizens of this place, are home visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Frank Lehman, undertaker for the Logan Mfg. Co., has gone to Columbus to lake a thorough course o...

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 September 1888

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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 September 1888

; "r - oPm y 5 V -.1 fiUBsorjpiiox, C5- Business Ccids, five liucs cr let rcr , annum. SS.QO ca-fcdmple announcement or marriages and deJllit and church, .mil bcucvoloi t ocleliiM .ntoiteJ free. Aicy addition to obituary notices will bo chaign I avc- cents, extra. " LEWIS GREEN, Editob & Pr.oPRiirrop.. LOGAK, OHIO, THUBSDAI. SEPTEMBER 20. 1888. V0LUI1 47. NUMBER 23 TERMS J. 50$ --r Tha Hocking Sanhnlel. j ' :ffj r T If ' if 1 HT T " $i.oo wH li i j1 Mas if 5 Br R r iff ' . b' ,' i b i ' h -wis nmmu ' Ilirj IIUUllIlU KXLiXI XXXJLLJLj. ' -JJ2J.,. - M r y . Fall 1888. 'Opp Court House TO Tg? && $ a a is 2 S Hi2?S3 1 Uii iliyyB y Fall 1888. Logan, iepic 6th School Examiners Test Questions, ARITHMETIC. J. W. FILING, Examiner. i. With the most desirable goods for Fall Trade. Our store is crowded with -pII the choiGftRt and latest productions in Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods. You cannot find such a collection-of choice and saleable goods in any store. Do not tail to see our la...

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 September 1888

i ' B& -''-- -?:' jir ELr3CK22X3H!E: tniimL LEWIS GREEN, ElHTOtt & PROPRIETOR." TERMS 1.50$ Vtursday, 2pl. 20, '8P. Derai National Met. '.- .' ;j FOB PltKSlDKNT. GROVER CLEVELAND, Of New Yorl;. roB VXCK PRESIDEKT, Allen G. Thurman, " Of Ohio. Democratic STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, BOSTON G. YOUNG, of Marion. Judge of the Supreme Conn, LYMAN U. CBITCnKlELD of Milleroburz. Member Board of Public Works; JAMES EMMITT, of Waverly. For member of Congress, Joseph H. Outhwaite, ofFmnt.iiu. F r Circuit Jacge, WELIDY, of Hocking County. S. - For Common Pleas Judge, TAXX, SLOUGH Of Fairfield. DEMOCRATIC 8&J7A2Y ' TICKET. ,o For Treasurer, BENJAMIN U. ALLEN. For Prosecuting Attorney VIEGlL C. LOWJtY. For Commissioner. GEORGE 'MARKS. For Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATS I AS. .Executive Committee. S. Weldy, Chairman ; JonN M. "Flovd, Secl'v; Fbkd Siock, "Treasurer; V. C. Lowry, P. Mc--filiHOX, Geo. Kjunn, Ax. Weak. .Logau Cleveland Clab Officers. President Chris "lours ensmler. ....

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 September 1888

w V L . -W -ise c LOCAL ITEMS. Pu.iovai. Artistic Tailor. DoirStedem isfat home on a visit. Clias. Hart, of St. Louis, is visiting his parents in this city. Mrs. B. W. Carlisle and son Ralph are i sif.ne relatives in Logan. Dr. Williams, of Hoi ton, Kansas, is visiting relatives in this vicinitj. The Motherwell Iron and Steel Co., are putting in a new boiler this week. Emmitt KreidVr. of Salt Like City, is xisitinjc his home near Enterprise. .Stoves and Tinware cLcap. Come aud e thein, WORK A BAKEK. All work in the way of Spouting, Hoofing, etc., well done by " 6. WORK BAKEK. Frank Collins returned Salur day to Iowa. An Interesting Feature for Our Mr. Rev. D. C. Thomas leaves next Monday for Cruference. ' Next Tuesday is Methodist Day at the Columbus Centennial. IauiofTllosscr, of Holton, Kan., is visiting re'atives in Logan this week Noah Nunnemaker, of Batavia, Iowa, is visiting relatives in tins vicinity. - Andy Kern, of t Oil City, Pa. , i visiiitig relatives in this vicinity th...

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