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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

-- afi -m wi wi'' rrMt 3 11 5tVaWTV THE NEWS-HERALD. ' T. i sitfrttr rfeW-V W .i i m ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 1 f r :o ' rP Professional Cards. Cars Interted Unir thtt rltad it Follows : 1 Inch, pr year '..i:...10 Y Inch, per year -....". 52 Inch, per year . 8 Ten linn of thli type make 1 Ineii. J. H.DOYLF. W.g;RUDI8It,L. T-VOTLB & BUDIHUX, DENTISTS, 'l , HILLSBORO, O. Orric-In lciqbbeU bloek.B. High street. c.h.coh.iks. ", joiih a. c0llik3. -iolmnb collucs, ATTORNBY8 -A.T X.A.W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Office Rooms 1 and2Sntllh Bl6cU, cor ner Main and High atreeti. A Notary Pohlle Inosnos. mar24 IDBITTIS'P, HILLSBORO, O. Oracs Hlbben blook, formerly Herald office A IPBOXSO HABT, 1 A.'rTORisriD'jr -A.T l.a.'W HILLSBORO, O. Office Oorner.of Main and tilth atresia, MerotmuU'.Natlonal Ban Buildings flBOBOB B. OABDNBB, l&oasaasfiHrei .a.t x!a.-w i i a Tr.tjhott'ri.n. '' . OffioIc Over Feibel'a Clothing Btofe. B; CAt$AHAX, 9. D...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

The News-Herald. WEBDEIDAT, AM1L, 7. ISM. HILLSBORO, : t t OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. IOWA has 1,200,000 cows and produces annually fcoO.OOO.OOO worth of dairy products, of which it ships $24,000,000 worth annually. Now ANornEn scientific Frenchman, Vcrneull by name, starts with a vaccin ating idea, and thinks that he can pro vide against consumption. Oxe of the Transatlantic steamship lines is said to have determined upon trying the "restaurant plan" next sum mer, the passenger paying for what ho orders only. m AJmakval training school for girls is to bo established in Chicago. Accommo dations will be provided for a thousand pupils. The institution is to be under the patronage of tho State. Chicago theater managers are talk ing of stopping matinees. These extra t performances strain the already over worked actors, and there is too much flirtation in the usually thin audiences. Wo suppose, however, that tho true ob jection may bo found in tho fact that matinees do not pay. m TnE Hartf...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

f fiT rr I . (C FOB A FASHIONABLE SPIT OF CLOTHES, CALL ON essnssBBnBnaBSSBSSBBBsBaBtsassatBasssssBastBa The News-Herald. Offleel Iof&rd Building, W. Mtin St. APRIL 7, 1886. 'The elrealatlon of a newtpaper deter mine! the ralne ot.ltt columns as an ad vertising medians. The NEWS-HE11ALD tint by f n the largest circulation of nnjr paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertisers would do well to bear In mind. Our lists are open to their Inspection. WANTED-10,000 lb. Soft Soap and 2,000 lbs.. Lard, unfit for family use. J. 8. ELLIFRHZ & CO. Judge A. U. Matthews still remains sr. ovelylll. tj . MJstss Ina and Uarlrude Fenner have re turned home. ' Hbt Marae Dak, of Monmouth, III'.. It ivisltlDg relatives here. flffryrii) .ItcCo, off Cincinnati, spent Bun. aorra,rv(i"TBa " !!3Ji Iss Clara Evans, of Greenfield, visited relatives In this plaoe last week. m A! refined entertainment for the benefit of i the ladles at Moslo Hall, Wednesday, April 7. - - - A Howe truss bridge Is bein...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

FOR OUR YOUNG FOLKS. A I ITTLE FAIRY. "IT I wore only a fairy wollt . , "I'wnnlil tnku mc etcrso lnuir to toll Of all tin- tirnuiitul tliimrs li do For every lioily I loteU, or Kuowj For 1M liuvo a wnndeitui wand ot Bold, I. Ike UlrloH eiirileil In da) h of old. ' Mother should liuvo it house ns frranil -As imy urn ma In nil the Inodi A cup of luce and n vel et irown. And a r-mriagp to I Itlo ationt the town; Miu never should do a thlwr all day Hut hold her hands llko a lady If By; .Ami all this tiresome, tiresome work. Which corv iliiv I am (Had to shirk. Would Jut lie tloiio wouldn't thit be finer Ihu minute 1 waed that wand or initio! " That's what I'd like to do, but oh, 1 in onlv n bit of atflrl, sou know! Woi kin? anny ut hoinelv thltur. And not a fa ry with oltiniitu; wings. I haven't u w.iud: and If 1 hud, Perhaps tho tallies would think It sad, II they hud a tliauce to look and i-oo. hut a learrully lazy girl 1 d bo. Hut I have two nlmblo hamK that know How to Unit and to m...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

! y iV. ii,'- The Newi-Herald. AT, AIIL,T. ISM. HtLLSBOtJO, t onto. i n f DIED OF EMBROIDER. The cm no hnntii Rloomlly bosldo ttao door Whrro uontti lind nercrftntrml In Itorove; And In tlio ilnrltmied liouie tho mnllier lav, Who ta1o farewell to homo and filoods that lny: - Hor o j us wore closed, her (toe wu t liln and whitoj .k- i.. tier vkIco wh hushod, bo mora to say, "Good nlRlit" m JJ In tho fnlr ch Idre'B. wpeptnir down lielow, Who could not sloop, though pnst their hour to It", Amlntlll ttw j-ouffost, through hor lobbing aid: "Come, Mamma, come, and tnko too up to boi" . i ,ii. The futlior est, his head bowed on his hand, This suildon blow ho scarce could under stand: Thohouse no fair and beautiful within, Each room displayed where tasteful handi had been. And rich embroideries met one everrwhere On sofa, mantel nnd on easy chair. And on. the floor, by patient Angers wrought, Luxur'ant rugs, small means oould not haro nourht; Ttaoh tntilo napkin and each pillow sham Display...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY nv' rat News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W.;Bmre, Be.b Barren. E. R. Pitrten. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RADIUS 3TOK .ADVERTISING Made Known en Application. APRIL - 7, 1886. It was announced when tlio consoli tlutlqii .of the News ajul Herald was ef fecletl tlmt tlio name of tlio paper would bo changed, at soino Hum in the future, and the proprietors consider this an np propriate Hmo to change it. With this issu4lho.Hiaiii.AXD Xmrs goes into its fiftieji jear,a(a steadfast Republican journal. Tho lust, number was 53 of Volume 4!), the extra number being ad ded tokeep the beginning of tho year in tlicimouth of April, where it was fifty -yearn ago. detaining the old heading of the News has occasioned a good deal of misunder standing on the part of advertisers and subscribers, and to correct false im pressions is one of tho purposes of tho present change. The proprietors of both papers constitute the News-Herald Company, and the ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

rn- y HURT HIS FEELINaS. Te Vlettne of a Peripatetic Country Photographer Talks Buck. The nomadic gentleman who manipulates the camera obscura In the rural districts ti always.the lead'ng light In tlio lonely ham lot when he spreads his tent, lie is a curi osity to the verdant country folks, "an smrirter'n both o' Jones' boys put to gether." Ha brings to them Information about the great world outside, nnd "catches the shadow ore tlio suitanca fades," A blessing seldom enjoyed by the grangor clement o( some ot our Southorn States. Alter he hue completed his har- CUPID'S WEATHER BULLETIN. Four Indications. ' I. Fair Weather. fvestj ho folds) his tent like the Bedouin, and OS silently lights out for greener fields 'and postures not much, used heretofore. I went Into one of these tents, one day, and told the long-haired artist 'that he might perform an oparation on me, It he would agree to do it painlessly. lie said he would give entire satisfaction, and showed me some pictures he hod b...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1886

A BXHAUULK OAtt. Madkonville is one of the most flourish ing of the many suburban towns of Cincin nati. It is situated about fourteen miles from the city on the line of the Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore Railroad. Our correspondent learning of the severe case oi Mrs. John O. Lindsley and her sudden cure, called on that lady at her homo in Madisonville. Said Mrs. Lindsley : "Words would scarcely express the tor turo I endured. The rheumatism I had was in no particular part of the body, but was all through my system, prostrating me so that I was entirely helpless, not being able to feed myself. My physician, who is one thatwc have employed in our family for many years, gave me no encouragement whatever, lie said there was no use of my taking medicine, as I never would bo any better, but might live in this terrible con dition for many years. About this time my son was recommended to get somo Atlilophoros for mo by Charles H. How ard, conductor on the Cincinnati, Washing ton and B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

1 ml - arnn-V ' -'UmH'MM'7lJ'l4 MHtOMb iv I i i 1. -" :.w -.'4 ' THE NEWS-HERALD. .1 JL !i. l?f il IHd hM - r ? i Ml ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1886. VOL. 60-NO. 2 "A ' to r rr Professional Cards. Card Inserted Under this Head at Follows 1 Inch, pr year .110 Inch, per year 6 Ji Inch, per year S leaiiDeaoi iniBiypemiKiiiDoo, 3. H.DOYLF. W.S.BUDISH.I.. TXOTXE nuoiun.L, DENTISTS, HILLSBORO, O. Office In McKlbben block, B. High itreet. G. H. COLLINS. JOIIK A, COLLIHS. f0UXS COLLINS, ATTOHNBY8 A.1 XjA'CT, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Office Rooms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Mala and Hlh streets. A Notary Fublte in offlee. marZ4 D3STTIST- HILLSBORO.O. Orates Hlbben block, formerly Herald office. A LPHOXSO HABT, ATTOBN-T T j-W HILLSBORO, O. 'Orrici-(Vtrner or Main and High streets, Meroh-nU' National Bank Batldlug. "I KORGE B. BAR-NEB, ATTOBTT ? j-W HILLSBORO, O. OFFICK-Over Felbel Clothing Store. T B. CALLAHAN, 1). D. S. I3ITTIST. HILLSBORO, O. Office-Ovar Fe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

,i. - i The News-Herald. WF.DMF.ftDAY, APRIL 14, ISM. IIILLSHOKO, OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. A largo number of cattle arc report ed to bo dying of starvation in various parts of tho Choctaw and Cherokee Nations, In tho Indian Territory. The special delivery scrvico of tho post-flfllco department is growing in favor, as tho following instance will show: At Pittsburgh during tho past six months 17,111 letters were delivered; $1,870 worth of stamps wcro sold and $1,312.73 was paid for tho message ser tIcc. Naturalists now count no less than 1,870 different kinds of fishes in North American waters, of which 600 live in tho rivers and lakes and C50 kinds be long to tho Pacific. Of tho remainder, 105 dwell only in tho deep watore of tho Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, never ap proaching tho shore or tho surface. Duhino tho first quarter of 1886 there wcro 3,203 business failures in the United States, with liabilities exceeding $29,000,000 somewhat. Last year, in the samo period, there were 3.G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

L y -. 'V 'J i The News-Herald. WBBaM0AY,APaiI,M, ISM. HILLSBORO, t s OHIO. OL FARMER BROWN. Tho utmmer was over, tho ftutumnwsjpMt; Thcrnp were stored safely in bins, stacks and mown: Around tho Brent barn swept the snow- lmldied blast: Within, warm find 0017, tne solemn-eyed cows And fat. wcll-jrronmed horses stood munch tngtlietr hnjr Or il07inir the slow hours of winter away. All dnv had the feathery flakes Aden fast, 'Till highlands and lowlands were hidden from view Beneath tho white shroud, eold and eheerless and vast, That lay over all. Still the light crystals flow At nlg-ht settled down; then the wind rose amain ' And roared o'er the chimney and rattled the pane. And shrieked at eaoh crevice and tossed the light mow In swlf t-whirllng eddies, 'till rouad the old roanc With quaint, gambrel roof and Its porch wide , and low A legion of storm-fiends screamed loud In their dance. And spruoe tree and pine sadly . they swung And swayed their long arms. moanea as where the ohtoka...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY nv THE " News-Herald Publishing Company. O. W. Barrere. Bobee Barrere. E. R. Plerson. SUBSCRIPTION, JI.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KiVTES TOE ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. APRIL 14, - 1886. Governor Foraker has issued a procla mation setting apart Friday, April "Otli, as Arbor Da v. . o . Tliu Senatorial in vestigatingcommittec has finished its laliois in Cincinnati. It remained just long enough to observe tlio" conduct of tho citirens of Fourth Ward, A., on election day and uas then ready to close up its testimony. Their report will not be forthcoming for a few das. Clladstono still retains tho honored as cendancy in English politics. His speech on the Irish question in the House of Commons last week displayed a more masterly planning and a finer oratory than any of his former efforts. Thu new policy of the administration is to give Ireland home rule, which seems to settle the long-standing question sat isfactorily to all. List week Gov...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

I rr FOR A FASHIONABLE SUIT OF CLOTHES, CALL ON The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main St. APRIL 14, 1880. The circulation of a newspaper deter mines the value of Its eolumns ns nn ad vertising tneillnm. The NEW8-IIKRALI) lias by far the largest circulation of any paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertisers would do well to bear In nitnil. Oar lists are open to their Inspection. Cnptnln E. Csrson spent Sunday In Chilli, collie. Court of Common Pleas opened Monday morning. . Born To M r. and Mr. Bel Springer, on Inst Wednesday, a boy. Mayor Harman has twelve applications for , positions as night police. ' Mr. Al.S. Glascock, of Washington C, was on onr streets last weak. n., Mr.BenJamlu Barrsrels visiting relatives in Chllllcolhe and Clretevllle. Mrs. J. H. niehards, who has been quite 111 for some time past, Is slowly recovering. m A new root Is being put on tho baggage and freight room of The C. W. A B. II. II., depot. Mr. H. D. Waddell and family have remov . r'd...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

VMttQUftl -wf JOU OTJR YOUNG FOLKS. JACK AND JOE. Tlicro are two boys, o'er (ho wnr, W hoso nitmos arc .Jack ami .loos The duv olt brlntts illtrorcnt thlnjrs To nach. where'er they go. The nun scon, a always cheerful, The other most forlorn Jack nlnrujs knows where blooms tho rose, Tis Joo that finds the thorn. And If n bee they follow To Its nest among the trees Jack, )nu mind, Iho honey will nod, Joo'll bo stung by tho bees. Joo sec9 the cloud that nattier Ahead to spoil their fun. Wlutto'er tho day on wh'ch the play Jack always sees tho sun. Mai to S. Ltuld, In Our Little Men and II onion. AN EXPERIMENT. Tli p. Agreement Phil Made With Ills Mother, and How It Worked "Have I got to raku up tlu-io leaves everyday?" asked Phil, with a whine in his voice. "Yes, every day." "Hut what js the use? They keep on falling, and make just as big a litter as before." "Your room has to be Mt in order every day," Raid his mother, .smiling.. "1 wouldn't care much if it wasn't," .aid Phil. " And y...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

m 7f -t TW - v i. THE SPRING ELECTIONS. A Light Vote Polled Throughout the State. A DerMeilly Disagreeable Day Marina; Its Quirting; Tendencies Municipal and Township Contest! In Ohio. Cincinnati, April 6. The tout vote cast In this city yesterday was 40,018, a fulling off of 6,767 from tho voto of last spring. Esliclby, H., has n majority of 6,786 for comptroller over Vincent C. Schwab. For board of pub llo works Frank A. Tucker, H , has n majority Of 5,082 over Chas. It. Chcsley. The balance of tho Itcrubllcan ticket was elected with f ow exceptions ranging down to 2,675 tho lowest. Boventeon out of tho eighteen aldermen woro elected. Mr. Hefcnbenlck, It, appearing to be defeated by 8. R. Smith, D., by 40 majority. Twonty-ono out of twenty-flve councilmon wcro elected by tho Republicans and eleven out of tho thirteen ward nominees for tho board ot education. Ct.KVKi.ASD, April 6. There was consider able cutting on ward candidates, especially coi'iicllinon.ln tn-Uuj 'selection. The...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1886

i j i A iOAVTOK TATtEOSlWEXBi. DaytoC-posscsses muny polnti o'attrae lion which interest and plctso tlic visitor. Iho National Soldiers Home, with its beautiful grounds and war-scarred veterans fullof remlntecnconnd of talcs of valor; the Parthenon-shaped County Court House, the Cooper Academy, the Orphan Asylum, the Lunatic Asylum and the Market House are all public institutions well worth seeing, and of the private residences, many are extremely handsome and striking. Dayton owes its importance, however, very largely to its numerous and varied manu factures, which give employment to many intelligent mechanics. One of these large establishments is the Iluckeye Brass and Iron Works, which is well known for the excellence of its products. A mong its em ployees is John K. Kea, a patternmaker, whose home is at No. 127 Jones street. Mr. Kca speaks thus of his long btanding trouble with neuralgia : " That Athlophoros is tiio medicine for neuralgia and rheumatism. It rid mo of my pain so ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1886

MfJ r- J ,5MlPfrH'ff MTSH-iMAr -, i. jMiW , -twwjfc nt Jrtw tW '' wnnnmit.lnclKVMmMK ir - 'B(WWot!1 .- -i-nui.niron .'ipw--wwi"ilipg ? .rmwuo.X'WWs' Ti"i..tJ wi .LnrqU"ii.:--.".ittrr;,7t'- TTrti Vi'tt M li J ' J. ?. o i ii , T-i mm7 m : ri im . aj ...... ft 1 IV " Established 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1886. VOL. 60-NO. 3 tUH( gggga BM BH BSBJ m BSBbl .SSI Bm IMf BH aBBBBl BBS BBB1 BBB) 1 BBB BBnV BBk BBBa BBB vwi, j m M M J ' vVwLM MM J W Bv V m- M - jF I It. ' , J i 3 ' ' ... f " .. -..... . . M. I I . Ill . C4 J ' A V ( ? n.-w. v r , i 4 I- r v" Car Inset UssW'tiiU HM P ftHw : 1 Inch, pr year.. ....,...............,., ...i .tlO men, per year. , . ...a... A K way vw 0 Hl1IIIHMIIIIIIIIKHMIItllt(HMl' Ten lines of ibis type make 1 ineb . J. H.BOTI.T. -8 W.e.BCDIgtM,. -TVOTI.K Rtrounx, ' 'M HILL0S9MVO. " Qm-I Xo)ClbieVtk4ik.8. Hfgb street, li o. k. oox.ua. 7 . . ' jobk a! cotLiBs. , A.TXORNBTS '.A-OP HILLSMKO, OHIO, X.A.W, Professional Cards! ' ' , OrtiCB ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1886

-R "jtttWC. UgMUkM .-.w The News-Herald. WF.DKKDAT. APB1LSI, tSM. HILLSBORO, : OHIO. .TOPICS OF THE DAY. The report that China would make reprisals on Americans in China for the outrages committed on Chinamen 5n this country has been denied offi cially. I A "cent a mllo faro" bill has passed ,th New Jersey House, providing for ifares on all railways within twenty miles of Now York at that rato between the hours of live and seven, morning and evening. A noveltv to bo introduced by an enterprising landlord this summer is the arctic-room. All tho walls will bo covered with ice scenes, tho ceiling will (glisten with the effect of hanging icicles, and tho appearance will be chilly even !in August. It is an old saying that nine out of every ten men going into business fail at some time. Tho record of failures of tho last year carries this out in a frightful manner, for it is declared that ;for the time mentioned eighty-five nut jof every hundred entering into mer chandise went by tho boar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1886

V V'A "T The News-Herald. WMSHMT, IPUIill, ISM. H1LLSB0R0, OHTO. HOW TO GET RICK. To you wnt to make money, jou y, Mid get rich. And you've tried every war and you haven't found which Tl the r'ght one that lead to a pile' In the end? Well, yoitr case I) not bo uncommon, my friend I And ynu any you've sold good and made trades of each kind) Had a hand In the "market," a chip In the "blind t" Sold cigars down In Georgia, bananas In MalneT Well, I've hoard others talk' In a similar strain. And you thought you'd strike out in the world and Just trust To your genius and luok, and you felt that you must Eoon nutdo your two brothers, who tolled with their tools! Well, my friend, I believe those two brothers wern't fools. Men llko Ktownrt, and such, were your mod. ols, you said?. , -. , i And you thought you might follow where others had led? You say luck was their capital, hazard their ame? . , Well, l'vo often found olher.obaps thinking tuo samel r j -i And you dabbled In law, won a case,...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1886

kUwsKrpaswr" X.s The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY nv Tin: News-Herald Publishing Company G. W. Barren. Betas Barrcre. E. R. Pierton. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES 3TOII AlDVJfln'L'ISINGJ Made Known on Application. APRIL 21, 1880, Wo lmvo no particular interest in the (iri'pnfipltl postolfice and no antaponism for the gentleman recently appointed, but we liavo heard enough exleiiiporan- ouh thunder from tho northeast to be lieve that the Gazdte is ery seriously deceived by tho report of universal satis faction in that direction. Tho Legislature passed an act, April 8th, making it imperative for Assessors and Auditors to be correct in tho valu ation of property, by prescribing a fine of WOO, for all who fail to do so. It has been customary for Assessors in High land county and elsewhere, to agree up on omu basis foi tho aluation of prop el ty and this is all wrong. Tho law specifies that property shall be consider ed as worth what it would sell for just u here...

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