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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

wvamamaemmmamimBmixMmimiBwm 5Kp A.sBWBriiBlBBHfirB'T( m rrttwrwm )?JajBI TT OTJH.JDrjBtXB.3LJX9r 2EI r,'i. Tn i T T'7 I'f il MILL BILL. inued from tecond page." whbSh would seek 0 array tho one against theothifr for any purpose is narrow, un worthy and unpatriotic. The President's messngo is unhappily in that direction. Tlio discussion bad on this floor has taken that turn. Both have beon calcu lated to create antagonisms witere n6no existed. Tho farmer, tho manufacturer, the la borer, tho tradesman and tho producer and the consumer all have a common interest in the maintenance of a protect ive tariff. All are alike and equally fa vored by the system which you seelc to overthrow. It is a national Bystem.broad and universal in Its application ; if oth erwise it should be abandoned. It can not be invoked for one section or one interest to the exclusion of others. It must bo general in its application within the contemplation of tho principle upon which tho system is founded. We have b...

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. — 20 September 1888

Mm ?mmmimmk MmWm. M&Afcft it ,-., - M!t.jc"HKci. - i .. ? r.wtf vn ,! -11 . ,:igp T b J .JL.LiT ,1' 1. A l .t v' " 1 it . 'f. i WFAW ." .jiV.' -'T. f- " '"U3V vi ; ''' 'f'..KrV'4,.VfiftoitC 4 ''WEBfHiiiiS$: fi ffW fiDAOrT '!!" ' r . lftift te t JVZWBfllMII i vfxjf iffjJPf i IV I.-' The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TH1 News-Herald Publishing Company. .CI. W. BARRERE. EBEE 8ARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATK8 FOR ADVEBTISINa Mad Known on Application, SEPTEMBER 20. 1888. Republican National Ticket. President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, ot Now York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary o! State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Supremo Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Congressional Ticket. Member of Congress, Twelfth District. JACOB J. PUGSLEY. Judicial Ticket. Judgo of tho Fourth Judicial Circuit. DANIEL A. RUSSELL. Common Pleas Judgo, ' W. E. EVANS. Did "Billy Patterson" Lie I The News-Herald ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

ysw'SREg mwsmmimnw piW ?77T1 "rt .aTklML V'-Ii" t.CiSJ" )iHlIiL8BOROO.- SBFCESMBBBD 1888. c The News-Herald. Oloei Hoggfttd Building, W. Mala St. SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. We par 80 ceatB tot choice Milling Wheat. J. M. BOYD A CO. Mr.jOharlea Fenner, of Carthago, Mo., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Muntz. Master Ben.Nolson has gono to Woos ter to enter tho University at that place. , Messrs. Turner and Job Wheatley, ol Hlllaboro, Iowa, are visiting at 8. Shack elton's. Mm. L. F. PerklnB and son, Charlie, of Forest, Iowa, are visiting at Mr. Thos. Parker's. Mr. S. R. Drake, of Flanklngton, Da kota, is the guest of Thos. II. Parker west of town. , m Mr. .Ed. Hart and wife, of Columbus, are visiting Mr. Hart's father, Gov. Hart, north of town. Rev. M. A. Head, of Perorla, 111., was a visitor at the resldenco of Mr. Henry Head last week. m Norman Overman has gono to Bing ham, Crango county, N. C, to attend v school at that place. m Mrs. Richard Patton, nee Miss Rachel Walker, of Clinton, Kans...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

of m r li R. Professional Cards. Cards Inserhd Under Ihlt Head at lllw: 1 Inoh, per roar - .- - -tlj hi inch, per y ear .... .....- s Ulnnh paryear -.. - 8 Tenllnesof mistype make lluoh. f-1 U, COLLINS, HiLMnnno, Ohio. A Notary Public In the Office. Office Booms Noh. 1 iiml 3 Huilth Block, corner Main and High ttrocts. TIT T. allKDIIEH, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, lllI.T.KIU'ltO, OfltO Collections 1'rnmptly Attended To. OFFICE In Court House. T. P. VANCK. JOHN T. 1II1IK. -TTANCK DIRK, ATTORNBV8 A.T XjA."W, IliLi.snoiio, Ohio. OrriCR BtrnuoN Building. n. M. BttOWX, w. w. ai.r.NN. B! IllOWN Si GLENJJ, Physicians and Surgeons, Uili-hdoho, Onio. OrriCE-No. 17 North High Street, Olbbcn Building, lip-Maim. TTVU. W. W. SIIIHMIKKD, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. HlLLNOnno, Onto. OmoE No. 4. Short 8treet Trimble's Block. D II. K. McAIlTHUU, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLLsnono. Ohio. OrncB Corner lllgli and Walunt Streets. O.Tl.OAltDNKi:. O.N. 8 AMU. f1 GAIIDNKU & SAMS, ATTORNBVS .A.-' LAW Hills ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

r VJ ., SWtfiif KEWS-SERALD, HILLSBORO. O. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. I V i I Danger in Bread. Alum and Ammonia are largely used in the manu facture of Baking Powders, and more than one-half the cans of baking powder on every grocer's shelves contain one or the other. The effect of these drugs when taken in small doses repeatedly is irritating to the coating of the stomach. The safety of the family requires that a baking pow der should be made like Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, without the resort to Ammonia, Lime, Alum or any drug whatever. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts are recommended by the heads of the great Universities and used by the United States Government WIHrttfUUB Vine St., Cincinnati, 0. gggS2!2SJ2&J2& Admission I (to. SHERIFF'S SALES. 0. C. Parks vs. Nicholas Blanton et al. Saturday, September 22d, at 1 o'clock p. m. Lot No. C80 in C. 0. Parka addition to tho town of Hillsboro. Appraised at $175. Goo. B. Gardner vs. Willi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

Iffltw EVsiat;aii3ByjlQ.imi&Ayi;j: ' fill I j I i A. i ii A.Afr idJ t t Mill I if idfaj.eU 4-i ?'' A" "' 8 ':- M.'Ws ;iiv i , r1 ' The importance ot purifying fie blood can not be overestimated, for wiUicut pure blood jou cannot enjoy good health. At this season neatly every ono needs a sood medicine to purify, tltalUe, and enrich the blood, and Vfo ask you to try Hood's n.Miillap Sarsaparllla. Iltstrengthens rcCUIIcir and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones Uio digestion, ' while It eradicates disease. Tho peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation ot the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparllla pecul- -i-rt eof lar curative powers. No ' w IIOCII ether mcdlclnebas such a recorl ot wonderful cures. If you liavo mado up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to tako any other Instead. It 1s a Peculiar Kcdlclne, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparllla ts sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

j.fi BBywg'ltfBmrTO7BTw?y'ff'Wfay, vi;sflMffa I i i part', , ' v " ,-" w . TOSwsr. t . "-?' .-.vtw" "' ; . ?- .- "taa,'i f.-'siK.t.w? r wmap& ...,rr vir"iF 4 YftJ7m"T"JrV.-s:,..c-"r-- . ." 4 . Si-v'ftfflwn'n:', sr !."'....: ;,'v ;:w'',i . '1''"',';, ' v - . -1 pvv' ((TVTtMW r, V y r H4' ' i V fc THE NEWS-HERAED. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Pott-onloe, Hillsboro, Ohio, m tecond-claM mutter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND OO, O, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. VOL 52 NO. 24 Wftiwr' vBPf r TIIE RAILROAD MEN RErUTE A DEMOCRATIC LIE EMPHATIC MANNER, IN AN By Organising Mi KnthuslMtle Harrison m4 Morton Club What the Indiana Min Who Know OaBrat Harrison Think ol Wm. Vie following special dispatch from Ylnctnnes, Indiana: Last night one ot the most notable event ot the campaign occurred in the organisation here ot a Harrison and Morton railroad club. It was one ot the most enthusiastic demon etrations ever witnessed, and 183 signed the roll, which will no doubt roach two hundred beforo the end of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

kW ! , I' i ' ' XI HPSSWctmHHHI W .2 KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Considers Paris an Ecarthly Paratliso, And DoesjVt Wonder That Many nu American Makes Tlint Ills Home. Palais Royal lluttcs Clmtimout Tho Cemetery or Pero la Chaise Joau of Arc The Art Gullcrlcs. Paris, June 14th, 1888. It is said that fifty thousand English and Americans reside in Paris. To the English sponking visitor, who strolls around the streets and boulovards for a day at a tlmo and never hears a word uttered in his native tongue, this state ment seeuis almost incredulous. How ever, Paris is a favorite place for wealthy English and Americans to come to live, but as Fronch is the universally spoken language, it becomes necessary for ono living liere to also learn to speak tho language, and doubtless tho stranger meets many French-speaking English and Americans whom ho does not recog nize rs such. It is said an npt scholar can, by living in Purls, learn to speak tho native tongue very well in a year's time. I believe this ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

w r . 'T-,'vw! 3iflfoVifflWraf.qigwy' yf!ytty1?3ryg'rg.'i... i,I?pJ, ... sZy !SraSsl fH '''((', .-v": rV' fJfiWlWfJ IXi m -w w ', i, w v w aw usv rvrw& wv w-m. m ks ' 11 wmmmimmi 'W;ji25ifc ,.rt AMIRrOAN WAMft, '! fl HltT Of tlM lAbMtag JCii M fbete fcy Mm TarMt Isaac. Gen. Benjamia Hanbo delivered a short but pithy speech the 15th of last month to a risltlac datogatloa. He satdt "Mr Frtncxnt Tha man who does not believe that thejatoaa of this campaign have taken a deep hold upon tho minds and upon the hearts oi the American peo ple would do well to come and stand with me and look into the faces of tho masses who gather here. I know nothing of the human face if I do not road again In your faces and eyes the lesson I havo r ead here from day to day, and It Is thlsi That thinking, Intelligent, God-fearing and self-respecting cltisons of this country he Hove thero aro issues that domand tholr earnest effort. Applause. A campaign that Is one simply ot party manhgemont, a campaign by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

SW AV . p?y : JTtw ') M, ! :.frV -nV- it rt .- rfv.i .-V ("."tsrjt " 1 ' ' M . ' n irt ..,' ..,,,,,-' The News-Herald. S AYS BLAINE OF MAIN!: ', PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TH '- 3)1 to " NewB-HeraldPabUBhing Oompany. "If You WiU Agree to Live in as Poop a House and b.w.babrere. bebee bahrebe. .Eat as Poor Pood and Receive as Low Wages aaa 4-VtA 'Dnnnln 4i TP.rtrrtanA Xi attairra A a flan SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ', L . V I T ' v JrToauce as uneap uooaa as a jjemo; cratic Administration Wants to See." ' BATE8 TOR ADVERTISIIYO Mads Known on Application. SEPTEMBER 27. 1888. Republican National Ticket. President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, ot New York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Congressional Ticket. Member of Congress, Twelfth District. JACOB J. PUGSLEY. Judicial Ticket. Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit. DANIEL A. R...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

TM Pfjjyfvfy? i. , )''V;i . ;.r yw? vi V4.. t.C.fiKf L7V T r . i . j...t f . i ' r ..: j Vr fc; " T ' "" f Mr r.-jv i- r v rr"7 ' NEWStHERALD, HELLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. V 'the News-Herald. Offleei Hoggui Inlfdlagi lfrto Bt. SEPTEMBER 27, 1888. We par SO eeits tor choice Milling Wheat, . J. M. BOYD & CO. -Mr. Monroe Scott, of Bartow, Florida, left for his homo this week. m Mr. Elijah Kockhold and family wero guests o? Uillsboro relatives lost week. Choice seed wheat for sale. J. M. Boyd & Co. Mr. A. D. Doyle, of Mulvane, Kansas, is visiting amongst his friends in this place. , Mr. Truman Holmes left last Monday to pursue his studies in the'Ohio Medical College. Mrs. Tanner, of Decatur, Illinois, vis ited at the homo of her aunt, Mrs. G. J. Evans, last week. ' Mr. Thos. Bhockley, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, is visiting friends in Highland county at present. Mrs. Rusaoll B. Muntss returned last Tuesday from a week's visit at Colum bus and Sandusky. Mrs. W. H. Gudo (ne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

;... j . fT m ?:;p .VM( Professional Cards. Cardi Imtrtad Undsr Ihli Hess m fefltws: 1 Ineb, per year inch, per year 410 ltMMMItM4 s 8 Minor per year Tenllnesof thletyperaakellneh. f H. COLLINS, ATTOBNaT -A.T Xi-aVW BiLunoRo, Onto. A Notary Public in the Office. OrncE-Iloomi Not. 1 and a Bmltb Slock, corner Main and High streets. -nr X. GllKUHKR, iwotary Publio and Oonveyanoer, UlblUUHUl VIIIUl Collections Promptly Attended To. Office In Conrt lluue. T.P.VAHCB. JOHST.niKK. -CTANOE A BIRE, ATTOBNBT8 -rVT JUAVT, HlLMBOBO, OlIIO. OFFtCE-Strauss Building. H. M. BBOWX. W. W. OLESH. -DBOWN ft GLENN, Fhysiolans and Surgeons, Hiiabboho, Onio. Omci-No. 17 North High Street, Blbben Building, up-stalrs. pvR. W. W. SUEP1IKKP, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HtLLsnono, Onto. Ornci-No. 4, Bhort Street Trimble's Block. TXR. E. McARTllPK, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, IlauBono, Onto. OmCE Corner High and Walnnt Street. O. D. OARDMER. O. H.BAM6. fl GARDNER ft SAMS, ATTORNEYS A- LAW HlMSBOKO, OHIO. Office Over Jacob...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

' IOK UHHffMHiWR. ' t. f-Z V '.rUITtf 1I f EIV VKMVWK-Hn V MWb. TITIBWBmiBarraWWr.-V Ifl'.H .fe ifcVr J if l'r,Tf.?)JLA i AJT L. " -. ,fJE laTCtfalsu f '-V - 'T Jl.,,, M r j . ' " ""I Wll liTFTW fe7" ' '-'VlCTlWBatttAlb; HUXSBORO, 0". Tfftitl&DAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1B88. I ,1 "VWWiKOTW . iMVif i'f Wt ..x.tfMT i.E-fV"' "T.V A K i'?V 18Wr '17 VVS :"T!T W'"W -" WiVJir1: 317 ti' ,'".AY.jillAj'JSLJtL:ia iw-,.wl l 1 ,1 iM Exposure and The information contained jn the' report made by the hygienic authorities. of the Nation on food adulteration Is not only valuable but suggestive. The people of this country are getting to a point where they will not much longer brook the trifling with adulterators. In this con nection we wish to say that we believe that the public will not forget the Price Baking Powder Company's effort, heroic and single-handed as it was, to bring the bread tainters of the world to exposure and conviction. The issue of their war was purity in human diet, and the decision o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 September 1888

rCjsiyf" . '& . J fA KViW XI V e l'- BFT-'T'jHjVJ;; Peculiar Many peculiar points naks Hood's 8r Mparilla superior to all otfier tneAlefaios. Cccutlar In combination, proportion sad preparation ot Ingredients, VC Hood's i SarsaparllU posiotios njJA tho full cnrstlTo valua ot ttoJr bet .known romediesjKot the vegetable klng-r .jQraom. Peculiar In It SyflJir3r strength sod economy rjXr Hood's Bar saparllla UCk4rtho cnlrmedl elno ofyfL whleh can truly bo saUtjyfA 9 " One Hundred Doses OnoV'jQjkDoUar." Medicines In ZaOXIjijh and smaller bottles JJrrequlro larger dotes, and do not produco as good rosolts as Hood's. Peculiar in Its medicinal merits, Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown, and has won for itsclfV, tbo tltlo of " The greatest bloodrOk purifier' cvor dlscoTored.'yr & Pecullarlnlts"goodnamo.Cyit home," there is wmr Snore ot Hood's Sarsaparlllar a sold In Lowoll, whorer kjirlt Is made, than ot nllr other blood purifiers. AI'ecuUar in Its phenome- AAyT...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

---j, 7.Ki.,j njrffcuaefJ IW1 fwsms :7' " vv A , '-,r THE NEWS-HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. gglSSSKSffflSiffiT' HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND GO, O, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1888. VOL 52 NO. 25 im..-'- r; . "?. it ') .j'Mfuigi" w .!'i'i''- xppr t w . DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. HON. GEORGE L. CONVERSE ON THE MILLS BILL. Wbat this leading Democrat for Twenty Ave Year flay on tit Subject of the Proposed TarlBTRaataetloaHto SpMhJto Mm Wool Own' AMoetatlea. Democratic awijpaprs do not seem to be printing the speech of Hon. George Is,, ewirteof fcolnmbtn, O., leading Democrat for I'wenty-flra year, who 'jmade an addreMiio the Ohio Wool Grow ers' asaoclatlon at Colnmbua on ept. 11, 1888. Mr. Convene rery clearly showed the present position of the- Democratic party. In the conrso of his spoech ho Mtdt "The movement to pnt wool on the tree list is the first step toward the great est change the revonuo system of tho United States has ever experienced. The ordinary expenses of tho government have heretofore been pai...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

IW &r? ? l? WWFWfyfp w j iKi i'xi,.', - KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Takes a Drive Down to Ver sailles. Some of the Points of Interest There and Along tho Way Thither. "The IJoln" Cliocolnto Palace Roths child's Slimmer Residence St. Cloud l'alnce of Trianon. Paws, June 14, 1888. A drive to Versailles, fourteen miles distant, was planned for our second day's visit, and tho carriages called for us before wo had even begun our break fast. However, wo hurried down to the table and, breakfast over and each hav ing secured a cano or an umbrella as our only weapon of defense, wo wero Boon gaily heading In tho direction of Ver sailles. We passed under tho Arch of Triumph and wero now rolling along the most popular nvenuo for riding and driving in Paris. It is probably three hundred feet wide and is provided with acarriaco drive, a riding track and a place for footmen. On cither sido are double rows of trees, flower beds and grass plats. In tho morning hero may be seen tho wealthy Parisians out f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

TEprL " -v -, ;"iv"H NfifiBKl)HlitB0Ed0.rTmTB8DAT, OCTOBER 1 888. '! 3 v r 'i a rXwVlST:''';raFVJN IX A NUTSHELL. Wliea We Hum Had ft Protective Tar iff We llnvn 1'rospererl) When ft. Loir Turlir, RhIh Has Star ed Its la the Face. Atlanta Couitltutlon (bem.). It was not until some time after tho colonies became Independent that thoro were duties placed upon imports. From 1784 to 1700, inclusive, tho imports from England exceeded the exports from America in tho sum of $52,372,875, and a clamor aroso for protection. The first tariff law passed was approv ed by the President July 4th, 1780. Its preamble recited : "Whereas, It is nec essary for tho support of the Govern ment, tho discharge of the debts of the United States, and the encouragement of manufactures, that duties be laid on goods, wares and merchandise import ed." y- k From tho year 1700, when the protec tive tariff was-in f tall operation, to 1801, a period of seven years, tho exports of this country exceeded tho imports by ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

mm p' 1 ! ' v'r ' "ti 2 S-Hl w vT k!"-i en - n- vw ' Thd News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY bt th Newa-Herald Publishing Company. G. W. IARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A VEAB IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB ADVERTISING Mada Known on Application. OCTOBER 4. 1888. Republican National Ticket. President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, ot Now York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Congressional Ticket. Member of Congress, Twelfth District. JACOB J. PUGSLEY. Judicial Ticket. Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit. DANIEL A. RUSSELL. Common Pleas Judge, W. E. EVANS. Republican County Ticket. Clerk, JOHN H. KEECH, Of Liberty. Commissioner, GEORGE W. MILLER, Of Marshall. Infirmary Director, GEORGE V. SMITH, Of Dodson. Oar vrorklngman now obtain hlgliar wugea and lire mora comfortably than thoie of an other ooa airy. Thejr will main choice between ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

.Tfif I SlnrfS-si5sagitfIS& lS'.vm"' a tWrbp4y)'oct0i mAYrOQBWJlBS. I v c u iA Tlie News-Herald. OHoet Boggard Ittlldlng, . Mai It. OCTOBER 4, 1888. We ay 90 to M cents for choice MlHlac Wkeafc J. M. BOYD CO. m Ask for the Atweod Saspender at W. H. Glenn ACo'b. Special attractions in the wall paper department at Bowles' store. Mr. Wesley Copes, sister and daugh ter, were In Cincinnati the fore part of this week. Joe Taylor, who has beon visiting at this place, has returned to his home in Cincinnati. Miss Nannio Fnlrley returned last Friday evening after a two weeks' visit to Cincinnati. Mr. 0. H. Collins and his son, Dick, returned from a business trip to the West last week. Mr. Artio Holmes left last Monday morning to pursue his Ohio Dental College btudles at the HlfkMt Market trlM faM tor gee trkeat at Model City Mills. ' KYANS M'MJIRE. For a nice line of fancy goods go to Morrow Bros. 100 empty cldar 'barrels at the' West End Grocery. Closing out our surplus stock of wall pap...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

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