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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 June 1886

afrflHMBfr .-,f...ilSa ffl -SI'!?-- KgrnBun i'ei - r The News-Hraid: Oflmi Hoggard Building, W, Main St JUNE 30,. 1886 Lot, tyro and Lucre. At light, The youth and hti divinity In lawny laoe or dimity Establish mi affinity. They lore , Alright. At light, I loved maid relUble J 'lth talent undeniable, nd flagen white and plUblo. - aha plays At light. At light, The Impccnnloni editor A bill rewired and read it o'er f Now aome nngraelom creditor Will draw At light. Chicago Rambler. Cobrtepened Monday morning with Judge H. M. Hoggins on the bench. ' Mrs. Anna Qulnn, of this place, is visiting relatives and friends inChtlllcotbe. Mr. Will H. MoBurely.now graduate of the University of Wootter, la at borne. ' The banka at thla place will be closed next Monday, July Stl, In honor of the Olortom 4th. Mrs. K. 8. Moon, of Columbus, U vtiltlng at the residence of her brother, Judge Hug ,,n' Miss Edna MeKee, of Ublllloothe. Is vlslt- tng her grandparent, Judge and Mn. W, M. Meek. a Mlai Birdie P...

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. — 30 June 1886

wmtmrnm iud otKt i . y f t!" . t ,HL-W-,bJU" Wil, -ii2iigw2ajLg.ilr( ttj&tfp tMfSfyj: tp&jjf Bi K A i -T The News-Herald. WEI2IK.aAT.trNIS, IMS. UILLSHORO. OHIO. THE HUBBITE AND HIS SON. "How blir, papa. Is Sullivan. Tbnt people cnll him great? 1 he as big as ma's mamma Anil canho shy a plate?" "O, no, my son, about as bit , rcrhaps, as l'addy Rram til skill it is that makes him Brest When with him gloves you try on." ills skill so (front? I know his nam Is famed In lloston circles, And that his dukes when rlad with mlttl Resemble shells of turkles. lint can ho knock ono silly, pa. This hero of our Hub, Or nro the stories that I read Sensational flubdub?" 'Thov'ro truo, my son: he's noston's pride, Fame cluster round his name; A glory almost deified llecause, you know, he's game. We can not all bo Sulllrans, Nor with him over cope. Uor pose as AJax in the show, Ilut whero there's 'sand' there s 'soap.' " "nut, pa. If I to Harvard went, Or even unto Yale. Could I not hopo to ...

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. — 30 June 1886

- f t -i A CARDINALATE. Ike Oanumiei in Oonneotlon with tks Eteratioo of ArohbUhop Qiblxmi to ths Osrilnsfcts Took Plaea at ths Archbishop's staalrUaas, Baltimore) Tha OfBelal Motto mt ths Appointment and HI R.pir TBK CEBXUOimU. Balttmobk, June 23. The first of ths jtnmonlM In connection with the elmtlon et Archbishop Gibbons to the Oardlnalste took piece yesterday afternoon at the arch splscopsl residence on Charles street It was of a private character and was per jfomed In the southeastern earner ot Arch Matron Gibbons' residence. Ihls room was plainly (urnlsheA and the only attempt at wcoratlon wta a bed ot flowers which torned the eeater tablo. The walls were "hong with the portraits C all the prelates Trom ArchbMKop CarroR, the first Cattiollo Vlshop.ln this country, own to the present, ..who had Rmlnlstered the affairs of the ."Arcb-dlocese of BaltlMore. There were present as witnesses at the ecemony about thirty persons, half ot "whom were clerics aaA the other halt laity. Ar...

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. — 30 June 1886

' 1i'''V '"' - '' r'i in ' i '!" . Tfl P hi v- sav. Notice to Contractors. AUDtTOn'H OrMCP, HlOllt.ANDt'o, O , llit.Lsiiuuo, Junr sih, lvsu SIUM:i1 I'KM'IHALH will lie rceelvnliit llilHiildve until U (I'clmk hi. hmIiiiiIm), nilt 10th, li)J, for (iimlHhliiK iiiiilctliil mill imlMlnit hii ntlilltlon t Ihe HlKlihttiil num. I) lullrinnry Uiilldlnu, nccwilniK id pinna mill HpealtluattoiMon life In Ilia n nice or ilia niiiity Auilliuriit lllifiilanil annul) Knell iIkhoI work, us Himldet In tint splenica iiiiiih nn ni I'l mild County Anullor'nolllce, himll be bill lor xrpitrutely Mid tlia hid c- impmlol ly ulllolontnurnty ut wine iMalnlcrcsleil pennn Hint, If thv bid Is lie. vpleU, a contract w II lie enlereil Into, mill Hie performance of lliu worls properly u tiled. riie exenvHtlon mill lltnnstntie innsotm', to numplttcd by the lutli diiv of Aug. next. 1 lie brick work by the lutli duy of Sept. l.rXI. I i.e plumbing by ttioilth d5 of Hepl. next. I be plnitt-rlOR by the 10th ibiy or Oct. ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 July 1886

QaKjXXo IbffVlt' THE NEWS-HERALD. " J. ,wVJ- vr T ESTABLISHED 1837: HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 14 s .. " r" r Professional Cards. Carf Imwftd Unto this Hud u Fottowi: 1 Inch, p.r year 110 V. ineb, par year 6 Ji Inch, per year 3 Tan lines of tbta type maka 1 lneb. 1. R SOVLB. W. 8. RUDISIM.. jym.B ft BPPIBILL, HILLSBORO, O. Orricc In MoKlbben block, 8. High street. N BLSON B.LAfFERTV, Phyaiclan and Surgeon, HILLSBORO, OHIO. OrvicB Main itreet, over Datwller's atore. Reeldenoe, South itreet, first door weit of os oar Lemon's. tnj!8yl Gl H. Oui.MMS. JOHN A, COLLINS. piOUUXB ft C8IXIKB, ATTORNB78 A.T XiA.'W, HILLBBORO, OHIO. OrricB Booms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Main and High street. A. Notary Fabllo la offlce. mar21 A EVAH8, HILLBBORO, O. Orxicx Hlbben block, formerly Herald offlee. TTABT ft OABBBTT, ATTORNEYS A.O? Xi.VW, HILLSBORO, O. OrricB-Corner of Main and High streets, Mercbants' national Bank Bnlldlng. fl BOBOB B. GABDKBB, SpTOiaasrioY ...

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 July 1886

- t, i (' ' V v t "Jr ar'- '' 1 ' I ?r Is-- Y' b,i- '!&. rJ ? Vv. The News-Herald. WF.DNESDAT. JUSB 7. IM HILLSHORO. '. : 8 OfflO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Fkescott Evakts, a son of the Sena lor, was among the priests ordained by Bishop Potter, of New York, the other day. TnE Baring Brothers arc nearly as rich and powerful as tho Rothschilds. It is a half-American house, and keeps $30,000,000 "ready for instantaneous use." The hase-ball managers evidently be lieve in sumptuary legislation. Tho captain of the Chicago team has been forced to pay $110 for the luxury of swearing at an umpire at Detroit. It is said that thcro is not a singlo heathen to-day in Fiji. Out of tho population of 112,000, no fewer than 102,000 arc adherents to tho Protestant Church ; the others belong to the Honiara Catholic Church. A luminous cement is now made in England and may bo used for ceilings, at the ends of bridges, along paths and roads, and wherever tho sunlight may, during tho day, excite tho phospho...

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 July 1886

i ) rv STATE NEWS ITEMS. A UotiT flow of gas u struck at tbe gat well, Sandusky, a few days ago, at tbe depth of 3,903 feet. There was great excite ment and sereral other companies are be ing formed. The well will be shot, and hopes are Indulged of a big flow, A Well-fbeskrved piece of human flesh is living; at New Holland, In the person qt Mrs. Margaret Arnold, born In Augusta Connty, Va., July 4, 1777. Bhe was married eighty-fire years ago, and now lives with her youngest son, who is seventy-two years old, and sprightly as a spring chicken. Mrs. Arnold has two sisters living in Iowa, one of whom is 119 and the other 106 years old, an average for the, three of 109 years. Cbam.es SncMAKEtt, of Toledo, was sort, ously wounded at Perrysburg by the nccl dental discharge of a gun in the hands of a man named Lausker. They were on a fishing- jaunt. OnAssnoPFEns have been doing much damage to the crops in Moorefleld Town ship, Clark County. WoitKhas been suspended on the Gov ernment buildi...

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

V IV v" V !. r-"U i ' l;; COfe. ,' 'P The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY nv Tiir. Ncws-Horald Publishing Company. O. W. Barrerc. Bebeo Barrerc. E. R. Pterson. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. iiArms iron adveh'msin-g Made Known on Application, JULY 7, 1886. The clrcnlntlon of n ncwspnper iletcr. inliivK the tnlun of Hit column n nn nil v.rlltlns ninilimn. Tho NKWa-lIIIBAI-D !i:t lijfnrtlie largest clrcnlntlon of nny liipiM'ln Iltclilntul coiintT, which fact nit vorltniTH would do well to lienr In inlnil. Our 111. nr open to their lnpcclloii. Tliu Supremo Court has ndjourncd without deciding tho Dow law cases, and tho Democratic press seems to think it has gained n victory. The Kitoon-keepcra do not look at tho matter in the same light. If the liquor-dealers liiivo to go on paying $200 tax, and the Court Anally declares the law constitu tional whcio is tho triumph of the Democracy ? Had Messrs. Logan, Kvarts, and Teller ltnown the power of the cyclones of in divination ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 July 1886

uU The News-Herald. Offloet Hoggard Building, W. Main St. JULY 7, 1886 Try Lnngdrn'nClly nutter Crackers. Mrs. W, D. DufTer.nt Springfield. In visit. lnghernon,Mr. It. J. Duffey. m Dr. W. H.O. Davis Is now behind the conn tcr In 8y nert A Co's drug (tore. Tbele Is n good denl ot talk on the street Bbont local option for Hlllsboro, a Mr. John Horst, ot Leesburg, Is reading Inw In the ofllee o( Pavey A Bowles. 0. L. 8.0. raeoU at the residence of Mr. Cotton Mather's next Friday evening. Miss Florence Bowers. of Xenln, Is visiting nt the residence ot Mr. IMchnrd Barns. A mite social will be held at the Presby. terlan Ohnrch next Thursday evoulng. Mrs. D. Callahan visited her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Krvln, of.Bardlnia, last week. s Mr. J. 8. Duckwall and family, of Indian apolis, Ind., are visiting relatives In this place. Little Oracle Slmonson Is very 111 with fever at the home other aunt, Mrs. George Fuller. Camp meeting at the Fair Grounds com mences next 'Balurdity afternoon at three ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 July 1886

1..J. iii ,Vi, ;., fW-liU,. ..I. ' y i i -, T vTT y f m ? The News-Herald. TOEDastaBAT. JUlfE 7, ISM. HILLSBORO. : : s OHIO. TROUBLE EVERYWHERE. There's trouble In tho dwelling, Trouble on tho street: There's trouble In the bosom Of ovary one we meet; 1 Worn ng, noon anil midnight Thtrn s troublo In the air: And. oh I there's no dcnrlnr There's trouble everywhere. There's trouble In the ant-don; Ilesldo the sweetest rose, Deoldo tho lalrost lllr, Tho thorn of trouble grows: Them's trouble on the ocean; Them's trouble on tho land: And when thosunshlno's brightest Thoro'a trouble close at hand. From troubles that pursue ut Wo never can escape; j They're sure to overtake us In tome peculiar shape; To oirole slowly round us. Or seize us, unaware; Trouble's sure to tlnd us. for There's trouble everywhere. But after storms of trouble, How b.'ced Is tho oalml And after wounds of warfare, How soothing Is the balm I And when from tribulations Our spirits havo release. If but for one brief mo...

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 July 1886

.1 r v f " .LINCOLN MEMORIALS. Vandinr and Book from tha Old Spring '" field House and UirOfflm. John W. Koyes, formerly of Spring field, 111., but now of this city, has fitted up a room which ho calls tb. "Lincoln Memorial Room." All of the furniture was used by Abraham Lin coln, either in his house or his law offlco in Sprlnglield prior to his de parture for Washington, D. C, to be f Inaugurated President of the United States. In the collection there is the old ofllco desk and book-case, tho old inkstand, ten woll-thumbcd law-books; one volumo of the statuos of Indiana, the first law-book that Lincoln 'ever read, and which belonged to David Furnham, his friend and companion in Indiana from 1810 to 1831; ono leaf from his oxorclso-book anil his boy- hood signature; six hair-cloth parlor chairs; ono piarblo-top table; ono mirror set in a gilt frame; ono hearth rug; 'ono walnut cupboard; the old mahogany-veneered sofa which was made by hand at Springfield iu 1837 by Daniel E. Ruekcl,...

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 July 1886

.p )! k r fw ! l&f. . REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, a UIOlll.AND COUNTY, ttlllsborn. lt.iua t eleven room, lame barn, two Hiterim, nil In kooiI condition. Ilnnsenf ten rooms, urver.falllne: spring, llnenrcliHrd nncl garden, largo pnvltire, salt utile fnrilnlry. nitsselt. Home of llvo rooms, In good repair. Si',0. Kimn In Washington Tp., lri7ncre,C0nores n( limber, koimI Improvements, 810 nn acre. Knrin In WusliliiKton Tp.,4ii ncres.112 nn htTe. Kiirm In llrnilicreels Tp f0 acres, fnlr Im provements, good orrlmrtt,i3 acres of Umber, S7 mi ncre. Knrin In llrnslicreek Tp 101 acres (npnrt In Pike (Jo.) good Improvements, Hue orchard. Hi nil acre, Knrin lu New Market Tp. 30 acres, good buildings, line orchard, all small fruits, $24 mi acre. Clinton County. Farm In Clark Tp.. 210 acre, fair Improve ment, Si'iiin ncre. Adams County. Triirtln Or ceil Tp.,2tX) acres, unimproved, 5S mi acre, I'ltrxale on easy terms. 1 1 mil S. I SCOTT, II lllsboro, O. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. II. S Scarboroug...

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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. — 14 July 1886

- fTc I t-T'e' U U? ' i t (w -r THE NEWS-HERALD: i . ESTABLISHED 1837i hillsborO, highland coM a, Wednesday, july 14, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 16 ;UsL V I y t & Professional Cards.' Car Infer Unfcr IM Hni as Foltom: 1 lath, ptr year...;... ,..10 K ineb, par year..-. 5 H Ineh, per year...... - 3 Tan llnea of tbU type make 1 Ineb. J. R. DOYLI. W. 8. BUDIBt LL. TAOYLK BUPUIIX, .DENTISTS, HILLSBORO, O. Ornot-In MoKlbbcn blook.B. High itreet. -KTIUOX B.I.AFFEBTT, ' Physician and Sturgeon, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Orricc-Ualn street, over Datwller'a etore. Realdenee, Bonth atreet.nral door weat of Oe oar Lemon'e. , royaeyl C. H. OOLUXI. JOHK A. COLLINS. ffOUJXB GOLLIK8, ATTOB1TST8 A.T X.A.W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Orricx-Rooma 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Main and High atresia. A Notary Public Id offlee. marts A KVAWB, HILLSBORO, O. 4 Oracs-Slbbea Mock, formerly Herald office. TTAKT oakbtt, A.TT03ETSJ"SrS A.T X.A.W, HILLSBORO, O. Omcc-Uorner of Main and High atraata, Marehanta' National Bank Building. ri ...

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. — 14 July 1886

jr'- K? i," iv ., v. The News-Herald. nCDMEHDAT, JUKE II. IMS. HILLSBOUD. orao. THAT DAY WE GRADUATED. We've hart lomf first elms fruitage, bors, 'Mid nil the bad pears In our baskets, And there are cot cral Jewelod tors In Memory's queer, old fashioned oaskets: While slh er morning bells will chime eomo certain tone that ne'or were mated, Krora that unprecedented time Tbatgrand old day wo graduated) It was a sheaf of hopes and fears; A fato that o.imj, olnso envored, to Ui It was t ho last day of tour rears That n ere to linl'.d up or undo us; The hour we wished and dreaded most, l'rom which we shrunk, for which ws walled; That Inwnrd foar and outward boast That lino old day we graduated 1 A thousand heads and hearts were there, ltd morn or lessd'scernment gifted; Our enemies with hopeful staro. Our fr c mis with look of kindness lifted. We saw ny chanlets. wondering whom To crown their brlllinnt lives wero fa tod; Bouquets looked puzzled 'mid their bloom 'lhat fragrant day wo grad...

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. — 14 July 1886

i- y r x u? Utll AFTER MANY YEARS. Tfc Interesting; Bnunra of a Devoted Portland Woman! Ufa. "Do you Me that lady looking into a shop window, just across tho street?" Mid a merchant to a Journal scribe re cently. The scribo looked in tho direc tion referred to and saw a well-drcsied lady ot rather distinguished appearance of perhaps forty-five, admiring one oi the show windows in n dry-goods store. "Tho history of that woman's life is stranger than fiction," said tho mer chant. '-She lives In Portland. When young girl sho fell desperately in love with a poor fellow, who returned her affections, but didn't have money enough to pay tho parson for marrying them. After a deal of consideration by both of them, it was decided that ho should start for China to seek his for tune, and that sho should remain be hind and wait for his return. She inado t vow that sho would not marry for three years, and If, at the expiration of that time, he had not returned, she would bo at perfoct liberty to ...

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 July 1886

,fl f f mmmjmt2mtii Iv. '. ' ' - Ti X L VU ' The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THK Nows'Herald Publishing Company, O. W. Bsrrere. Bebee Barrtre. E. R. Pierson. SUBSCRIPTION, II.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. JULY 7 - - 1886, Tho John 0. Duebcr Company will re move its factory from Newport, Ky., to Canton, O. Wo now havo.tlio pleasure of reflecting that if somo of our wise acres had not scoffed at Sir. Dueber's of fer and pronounced it all an advertising scheme, Hillsboro might have obtained tho bonanza which Canton gobbles. Hut then Hillsboro has been so well sup plied witli railroad syndicates and other commodities that sho does not need to fret about fifty or one hundred thousand dollars worth of watch works. Whatever be tho means adopted it Bhould bo settled onco for all which can didate tho Highland county delegation will vote for in tho Congressional Con vention. The article by "Jay" on our eighth page suggests another way of ...

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 July 1886

-J V '-Tvy. uis nil mTT ilk r - '. 1 ., t. w r i. a The News-Herald. 01m i Boggard Building, W. Main St. JULY 7, - 1886 MUs Katie Glascock, of Washington 0. H.. U visiting ralatlvas bars. Prof, and Mrs. Fenton.of Wlnehestet, nre visiting relatlvss In HllUboro. A thundsr storm of unusual severity pass cd over thU plaoe Monday night. MlM Anna Law, ot Walnut Hills is visit ing bar slstsr Mrs. Charles H. Mask. Messrs. James Uaad and John Falrley left last weak for a brief tour In the Vest. Miss Lena Brown, of Chlllleothe, Is rt visi tor at the resldenee of Mr. n. T. Hongb. Mrs. Thomas Miller has returned home after spending the winter at Hartford City, tnd. Mr. O. H. Collins left last Thursday for an extended trip throngh the West and South, west 'Mr. and Mrs. William Fenner, of Butte City, Montana, are visiting relatives In HllUboro. ' Mrs. Kennie Forbes, of Salt Lake Ulty, Utah, Is visiting bar mother, Mrs. Hanley, la thla place. A Beat Ettate Journal bas bean established at Wincheste...

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 July 1886

7- i -m w ft : , te. ' Jhe News-Herald. WKBRBMAY.J1J1IBM, 1SSS. H11XSB0E0. t : t OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The Nevada cattlemen aro improving their business byprovidingfor Irrigation and by cultivating tame-fodder plant. One company has a thousand acres of alfalfa growing, and has a water basin in Elk County holding ovor eight mil lion gallons of water. m TnE Treasury building has cost al together over 97,000.000, and it Is con sidered by tho artists as one of tho finest buildings in Washington. It is the largest department under tho gov ernment, and its total salary list amounts to about $3,000,000 a jcar. A member of Congress is reported to havo said to somo of his constituents who were sightseeing in Washington: "Go first to the Smithsonian Institution, where jou will see all that God ever made; go thence to tho Patent office, whero you will see all that man ever made." At the earliest celebration of tho glo rious Fourth in Albany, N. Y., in 1787, tho common council resolved: "Tha...

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

" r T ANOTHER BLOODY CRIME. John Warner Shoots ni Bon and Then Himself No Gam for the Tracedr Ex cept Inability to Seeare Employment. NiewYonic, July 8. John Warner, ac companied by his ton Jwepti, hired a hall bedroom in the flat at 102 West Tenth street about two months ago. Beyond a casual observation that he was apparently a Canadian no one knew much about htm. The man came and went at regular hours nd at night he and the boy always slept In the house. At daybreak Wednesday morn Ing pistol 'shots were heard In Warner's room, and on the door being forced open by the landlord and one of the lodgers Warner was found dead, with big pistol In hla hand, and his son In a dying condition with a bullet hole In his temple. The police of the Ninth precinct were notified and In a few minutes an ambulance dashed up and the boy was taken to St. Vincent's hospital. He died on the stretcher on which he was placed to be car ried to the reception room. Immediate search was made for an explanation...

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 July 1886

"J '-n. fflr y -- - i '. "' ' r is U L,T 7W 7e Feeling Tho warm weather tins a debilitating effect, especially upon lhoo vlio aro within doors uint of tlio time. Tlio peculiar, yet common, complaint Known M "that tired feeling," li the result. This feeling can bo entirely overcomo by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, vlilch gives new llfo and strength to all tlio functions of the body. "I could not sleep) had no appetite. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla and soon began to sleep soundly; could get up without that tired nnd languid feeling; and my appetite Improved." It. A. SAuronc, Kent, Ohio. Strengthen the System Hood's Sarsaparllla Is characterized by thuo peculiarities : 1st, tlio combination of nnedl.il agents; 2d, tlio proiwrttoni 3d, the jinxv-ss of securing tho nctho medicinal ii'.:allllc. Tho result Is a medicine of unusual Mrengtli, effecting ernes hitherto unknown. Uoiiil for book containing addltlon.il evidence. "Hood's Rirsapaillla tones up my system, 1 urines my Mood, sliirprns mv ...

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