IONIA’S DAILY SENTINEL, NOV. 2, 1892
LOCAL LACONIQUE: An evening school will soon open in the shorthand department of the Poncher business school. Call soon and make arrangements to attend.
The crossing from High Street to Center Street is in a terrible state in wet weather. There is no plank walk and pedestrians (sic.) Are forced to wade through the mud or bypass Washington Street. Center Street has been partially leveled and left and is even worse than the level crossing, and people living on the street find it convenient to stay at home.
Jacob Schmoltz has completed one of the city’s finest residences, which is a valuable addition to the Second Quarter.
(November 7 issue of the newspaper) Vote: There will be no issue of THE SENTINEL tomorrow. Vote for your homes. Polling stations open tomorrow at 7 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. Republicans vote early and vote straight. Vote for the good of the city. Vote for your own protection. Vote for the highest interest. Vote for the good of your state. Vote for the good of your county. (The President’s complete ballot to the local coroner was printed in THE SENTINEL November 7 edition with instructions on HOW TO VOTE.)
It is one of the most unpleasant days of the season and the outlook is not very bright for a good day tomorrow.
ALTOONA, Pa., Nov. 2 – In the absence of water, due to the long drought, barrels of cider were used to put out George Craft’s burning house at the top of Baker near that town . A bucket line has formed between the cider barrels and the flaming roof. Three barrels of No. 1 cider did the trick and put out the flames.
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 2 – Among those who were registered as voters here on Monday were several theology students, and in almost all cases objections were made on the grounds that they were not self-sufficient. One of the students, when asked if he was self-sufficient, pulled out a certificate for over $ 100,000 of stock in a silver mine, and with great anxiety asked if that would be enough. . He passed without another word after proving he could read.
CHICAGO, Nov. 2 – Lord Lonsdale and a select party of hunting-loving Englishmen arrived at the Leland Hotel on Wednesday evening en route to the Rocky Mountains, where Buffalo Bill will escort them to the lairs of deer, elk and grizzly bears. , big horn, etc. Mr. Cody is at his ranch on the North Platte in Nebraska, where Lord Lonsdale and his party will join his hunting party.
ST. MARY’S, O., November 4. The diphtheria epidemic in Chickasaw has not stopped and although every precaution is taken to prevent the spread of the disease, it has so far proved unnecessary. Since last Monday, fifteen new cases and two deaths have been reported, for a total of sixty-five cases and seven deaths since the onset of the disease ten days ago. Doctors are busy day and night. The disease seems to mainly affect children. The National Health Council has been notified.
WASHINGTON, DC, Nov. 5 – The President issued a proclamation designating Thursday, Nov. 24 as a day of thanksgiving and prayer.