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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 October 1888

rM'.ITv? r'j..v ;itk; ;.,' ' 7 -1 : ' "' . 2 .'.'v t&y -1 ' ' ,' v. "U f- 5. 'lj " ill . tj-i. rrfcJ " I ,i f x . rK :irr otqbsr( 4 ihsb. 7 ti i Broagtit to Light. The recent chemical investigations made by the National Food Analysts have brought to light one fact which will be of special interest to house-keepers that the Cream of Tartar used by the Price Baking Powder Company is the purest made in the world. The crystals are from the finest grapes, imported direct from the vine yards of France, and when freed from all impurities, used by them in the manufacture of the celebrated Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder and Flavoring Ex tracts are used by the United States Government Kohl&Middteton'sMEMS Vine St.. Gi YOU CANNOT STOP that boy you ace running so tut up the street, (or the reason that he know he can And at the dm itore a remedy called h ZniiMtf Ueot hot water. The auonerjL tltfitft pain will be relieved, forlt nas jusi Dcen acsiaea 07 n...

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. — 4 October 1888

ffixwmii c " f.' ' W. V o ,r,'(-1S liV ' .'"Tiff ' ' -. V yfj iw.; '"v, . - "' .'A M.fS-AVi-WlJ'rV-v ' V . " '" A' ' i4'v -r s. 8 Jf i VW' y;-,w a Dyspepsia Bakei the lWct ot many people mlierable, and often leads to self-destruction. Distress iter eating, sour stomach, sick headache, heartburn, loss ot appetite, a tatat, " all gono" feeUnf, bad totto, eoated toatai, and lrrsfn- .. larlty of Nfet bowols, are Distress some of the" moro common Aft OT symptoms. Dyspepsia docs -. not get well ot Itself. It Sllflg squires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy llko Hood's Sarsa- "jrina, which acts gently, yet surely and "efficiently. It tones tho stomach and other organs, regulates tho digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus Mink orcrcomlng tho local symp-uwrfVU toms removes tlio sympa-"0''0 thetle effects ot tho dlscaso, banishes tho headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. " I havo been troubled with dyspepsia. I Iiad but Uttlo appetite, and what I did cat Jaava distressed ...

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. — 18 October 1888

wSHS5m1 Jr ij" 5f ' T ' JL&tJWteu ihcnx P NEWHERALD. it VI - EStABLISHED 1837. SEWaS' HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND OO, O, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1888. VOL 52 NO. 27 111 JUULUUL 7 npr TJ7 JLULLUU. M2 BlBlBlBlBUtBBY'W V - ft $'2 - 4 4jdPM ' CkestBHtf. The Hillaboro Qazctte of last w treats its readers again to the old chl nut ot "taxing the individual from crown of his head to the soul of his fi A misstatement well and repeatedly! mar sound like a fact to the unsus; ing hearer alter' a time. We dea useless to try to convince our Democ friends by showing that a protei tariff has reduced the coal df an arl by encouraging home competition.! the same breath that they assert that the tariff is a tax, thoy ask the quesiion, "What individual ever got rich by tak ing his hard earnings out of his pockets to pay his tax?" Now, does it seem hazardous to venture the assertion that he may ? On first thought this would appear, contradictory (and it appears that Democrats never get beyond this first view)...

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. — 18 October 1888

T 'WJ PSf'lfti1 vf , VrW -; y JW i " s .. - -1 NeVs-HERALD, HlliSBj 188& " r V: :h '4,-- fX r', Mil V . M 2 .A 1 KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Still Seeing the Paris. Sights in Vcntlomo Column Pnlnco do Jnstlco Tlio Church of St. Sulplco Statue of Marshal Ney. Paws, Juno 18, 1888. Our Inst dnys's tlrlvo in Paris began with a visit to Vcndomo Column, which is an exact Imitation of Trajan's famous column. This monument was construct ed by order of Napoleon I. to commem orate) victories over tho Russians. It is a noblo shaft and is cuirasscd with plates of bronze, procured by msltlng 1,200 guns taken from tho Hussions anu Austrians. On tlieso plates aro reliufs representing scenes in tho campaigns of 1805. Tho whole was formerly mounted by a statuo of Napoleon, but in 1811 this was taken down and recast into tho enueBtrlan statuo of Henry IV, During tho insurrection of tho Com munes tho column was thrown down and scattered about tho square, but was afterward rt stored. Tho I'nlnco do Justice,...

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. — 18 October 1888

E2EES29H VRH EM2SE2 sfpTT pfSp iSS , TJhJttg FrMTrafliiMdt'emmereltl Crises'. Fn Frank Lralle's Illustrated Newspaper, The rclHtlon of free trade to commer cial crista I pne About which thore should bo no dispute. It Is an economic fact, or series of facts, open to' abundant historical proof, and part o( the 'oxpcrl-' enco of many persons now living. Tho repeat of protection to farmers in Eng land in 1840 was the sole cause of tho English crisis of 1847. To deny it Is like denying that tho battlo of Waterloo led to the capture and exile of Napoleon. Free trade, in tho degreo that it exist ed in 1810 in the United States, pro- AnrM the crisis of 1817-19. costing the Lcountry moro in losses and destruction of industries than tho War of 1812 to 1815 Jiad cost it. Indeed, the porlod of the War and its preceding period of inter rupted foreign trailu was one of growth, compared with which the subsequent period of peace was one of stagnation and decline. The period of free foreign trade fr...

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. — 18 October 1888

1 A'jt ESS ' y-i ftfffJg! The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BY TH- Newa-Herald Publishing Company, B. W. BAnHERE. DEBEE BARRERE. subscription, ti.so a year in advance. BATES FOR -.VDVEJRTISINa-Made Known on Application. OCTOBER 18. 1888. Republican National Ticket. President, BENJAMIN IIAKHISON, of Indiana. VieO'Prestdent, LEVI P. MOllTON, ol Sow York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of Stato, DANIEL J. ItYAN. Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONT.S. Congressional Ticket. Member of Congress, Twelfth District. JACOB J. PUGSLEY. Judicial Ticket. Judgo 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 W. SMITH, Of Dodson. Our wnrklngman now obtain hlghar wngaa mid lire niiira ciinifitrtitbljr than thonauf nn othar country. They will make choice butw eon the aubatantlal...

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. — 18 October 1888

SS o'fciVtf M. VwAttllcR A'T.Ti ', ; HTTiTisTlAff Ov fi .1 JTj fJHSDAYJ ', '41 qfw'iv ' ll T 'XUCiEV "AO, lOOO. 1 "WJT- w iatj .TUVMfl t The Ncws-Hci-ald, Oios. Hoggard Building, W. Mais It. OCTOBER 18, 1888. We pay Wheat. $1 for choice Milling 3. M. BOYD St CO. For a nlco lino of fancy goods go to Morrow Bros. Oysters in nil styles & Foley's restaurant. at Gutrldgo Mr. David Bocnon, of Canton, 111., is the guest of Col. C. T. Pope. Regular meals servnd in tho best of Btyle at Outridge & Foley's.. Closing out our surplus stock of wnll paper cheap. Morrow Bros. The celebrated full moon brand oys ters at tho West End Grocery. m A pood smooth 5 year old pony for sale. Inquire of T. A. Walker & Co. m '- Mrs. Dr. I. L. Mahan, of 8t. Paul, Minn., is tho gucBt of her father, Mr. BonJ. Barrore. Gutrldgo & Foley sell tho finest brands of oysters, and servo them in the best of style. Plnsh moire, surahs and other trim mings, full assortment of cplors and qualities nt . Hidden'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 October 1888

fcltv w vj ;r t ii I U l 'l ? mmfBm(m.na.vmmmv sett. ,V w.s n-vF"s , ,,.o pt Professional Cards. Cards insert d Under thli Heat" at lollowi: 1 Inch, per vetr W fi Innli, per ear Klin!' iierjrxir - 8 Tunlliit-aot thlalype makel luoh. c II. COI.LI.NS, .A.TTonaasriEJ'ir -a.t XiAw IIili amino. Ohio, A Notary Public In the Office. OrncE-lliiom Nn. 1 ami il Bintlh Ulock, corutr .Until and High i-treit. r T. OltKUIlKIt, Notary Public and Conveyancer, IIim-khoiio, Ohio. ('oll.ctlnna lTimiptly Attended To. Oi'HCK In Court llniie. T.P.VANCK. jrllKT. ItlllK, TTANCK & I1IIIK, A.TTOR3SrB"Sr3 AX XiATW, lliLutnouo, Ohio. OKFicn-Strau-ui Building. n. , nuowx. W. W. OLES.H, BltOWN & OLKNI. Physioians and Surgeons, HiLunono, Ohio. Office-No. 17 North High Streot, Hlbbon Building, np-etalrs. TXlt. XV, XV. SHEI'HKKI), PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HttXMlOBO, OHIO. Office No. 4. Short Street Trimble's Block. Tll, K. McAUTIIlin, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, liiLLKBono, Ohio. Office Corner High and Walnut Stre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 October 1888

"?RSS31iaEffi&& F ii.1 ' J,4 7.N-,-. I S- V ViV Iff i-r'f' w , - R18, 1888. . ' is k K ' 1 Death in J l:i ,f v -There is a question that the stunted growth of child ren and a large class of ultimately fatal diseases as dyspepsia, scrofula, kidney disease, nervous derange ment, etc., are traceable to a lack of legislative interfer ence for suppressing the sale of adulterated Baking Powders and Flavoring Extracts. We believe that every consumer should be informed of the fact of there having been found one brand of ' baking powder that is free from ammonia, lime, alum' or any disreputable drug taint, and one brand of Flavoring Extracts that is free from poisonous oils, which is pure, delicious and wholesome, and those are Dn Price's Cream Baking Powder and Delicious Flavoring Extracts. BELFAST. October 15th, 1888. O. IT. Davidson made a fljlng vlalt to Cin cinnati Uit week. -Mr. K. Carey, from Carry town, rnored into 'Squire Murpliy'e property last weilc. Mini Alice Ford moved ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 October 1888

M " v" .-.i. I' Y 8 SCROFULA It Js that' Impurity la too blood, which, ac cumulating hi tho glands of the neck, pro duces unsightly lumps or swellings) which moms painful running sores on the srms, legs, or fcctj which dorclopcs ulcers In the ores, cars, or nose, often causing blindness or Aatnesst which Is the origin ot pimples, can ccrous growths, or tho many other manifesta tions usually ascribed to " humors j" which, fastening upon the lungs, causes consumption and death. Being tho most ancient,' It Is the most general ot all diseases or affections, lor very few persons aro entirely frco from It. How Can CURED It Be ? By taking Rood's Barsaparllla, which, by the remarkablo cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines havo failed, has proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar medicines for this disease. Some ot theso cures are really wonderful. It you suffer from scrofula, be sure to try Rood's Barsaparllla. "Every spring my wlfo and children have beeu troubled with scro...

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. — 25 October 1888

W ', . '. , NEWS-HERALD. ' '?','' ESTABLISHED 1837. ggWi''ilSr: HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND 00, O, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1888. VOL 52 NO. 28 3 M'H M a A& 1 3 i i. y t.. 4-:ifi(i 'J$.ni'.i fK.j&l$.Mi; Aff,-'M'- :. a. A-, ii '.,.'1 - :i'i 'C tiT-" i . 1 fit..' vf , . . L?'Vf '..',.; 1 . --; ,?.. The canvus cm the itopublican side haa been steadily growing one. Can't yw help to make it grow more 7 There to still some time remaining. Individual effort la a great factor. . What this nation is under protection Kery American knows. What it would uaier free trade the wisest man can ijraly conjecture.,. Is the hope of gain worth the risk of low? ' The Republican party has raised the nation from bankruptcy to opulence, and ecured for our public credit the faith of the financial world. This was idono under MreUotion, and General Harrison helped Vdot. . There are 30,000 workmen in Indiana, 4)11 brevght in by the natural gas lnd Cry since 1884. Hooaierdom has adopted these workingmen, and a larg...

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. — 25 October 1888

tfffjsu' v-C ra s OTrt.llBfJn ' '1!?!". -0 'f NEWS-HERALD, HILL8B6RO, O.- JDAH ' I Jl br a w u- ; ., nt "' , 5 w itr f ! tfi I 1 i IT" I KNIGHT OF THE GRIP'S' liast Letter;. From"'the City of Paris. Ho Visits tho Morgue nnil Be comes Quito Pathetic. s The Pantkcon Notre Damo Cathedral Social Customs of tho French. Paris, June 20, 1888. A visit to Paris 'would be incomplete without seelne tho Pantheon. This xlargo and imposing structure, which utands on tho highest ground in the city south of the Seine, was designed by Soufllot and began by Louis XV in 1704. Tho walls of tho lower floor arc covered with very fine paintings, usually repre senting scenes from the lives of the saints. The martyr, St. Dennis, is rep resented on the left of tho entrance aa picking up his own head, which, accord tag to tradition, was severed from his body, but this good saint had power over death and immediately put it back in place, and, as our rather sacrilegioug guide said, "asked tho boys to coino and ...

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. — 25 October 1888

s ( '..'J' ?W .1 rf. W A8 IT WORKS THERE. English Worklngman Can't I have a 'little bite John Bull Run away, vij little son. bo yon want to see your poor sick fnth'or starve. Tlmo. BURDETTE'8 ADVICE. Be Tells tha Young Man He May Voti fof Any 1'arty Ha Pleases Kxoept tha One WhiiMt Record Ha Outline. Bob Bnrdette gives tho following ad vice to .tho young voter; My son, you will cost your first vote for president next Novembor. I don't want to Influence your vote. I don't want you to vote for a man Just bocauso tertaln other men do. I want you to sit down and think about It beforo you vote. I want you to be ablo to glvo i reason for your vote. I want you to g" tl.o polls In good company. As u young man of pro gressive ideas, I want you to bo abreast of the world and head and shoulders with tho times when you walk up to the polls. I want you when entering politics, to align with tho party which has the purest, most progressive record. I don't caro a cent, my boy, whether you aro a Rep...

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. — 25 October 1888

w'ipr w Rtf Tjl "V -nr, ijHj.K. ' ', r V - :.AiWf WEW&wmiOiDpmE! ij0i V - V (. - . vn $?$ l't I A ? u I" " The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TUB News-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, H.iO A VtAR IN ADVANCE. RATES IX)B ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. OCTOBER 25. 1888. Republican National Ticket. President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiano. Vico-rresiilcnt, LEVI P. MORTON, ol Now York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of Stato, 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. Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit. DANIEL A. RUSSELL. Common Pleas Judge, W. E. EVANS. Republican County Ticket. Clerk, JOHN H. KEEOH, Of Liberty. Commissioner, GEORGE W. MILLER, Of Marshall. Infirmary Director, GEORGE W. SMITH, Of Dodson. Onr working-man now obtain blg-har wnfon and lira mora comfortably than...

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. — 25 October 1888

, Ms) AT .- M W&HE 251888. r-t Thte News-Herald. Ofoei Hoggard Building, W. Majnft. OCTOBER 25. 1888. We pay Wheat. 05c for cholco Milling J. M. BOYD & CO. Ohotco bananas to-day at tho West End Grocery. Miss Lizzie Strain Is visiting friends In Now Vienna. Dr. Scott's Electric Corset only 85 cents at By land's. Cosh paid for country produco at tlio West End Grocery. Oysters in all styles & Foley's restaurant. nt Gutrldge Miss Nannie Fugsloy was nlwnt lu Cincinnati the fore part of thli uc. !. m Fon Rest Chkap Four roonm invr I. A. Felbel's clothing store. Apply to I. A. Foibel. m ' Miss Lizzie Kirby and Miss Maria Stuart are guests of Dr. Dawson, of Cin cinnati, at present. The parlor prldo stovo etnnmol, tho best in the world. Only 10 cents a bot tle at Byland's Bazar. Flush moires, surahs and other trim mings, full assortment of colors and qualities at IIimir.x'B. If you don't want red, rough and chapped hands use our best sonp. Trial cakes only 10 cents. Byland's Barg...

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. — 25 October 1888

'81 ' n TB3 taaiBrt ijl St CT", X,v -" b 6 f swwz Wtt Professional Cards. Oatd, Insert id Under thii Head a. follows: 1 Inch, per) ear - fi Inch, pr year i Iner- nr yewr - Teiitliieeof thlnnii'""h.-l Inch. tie " f II. CULLI.NH, ATTOEKEY .A.T Xi-eVW UlM nniio. Ohio, A Notary Public In the Office. Oriirr. Booms Ni. 1 mid il Bmllh Block, corner Main mid tllgli atreete. tit t. oitilUiiKir, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, llll.MIIOHO, OHIO. Collection" Promptly Attended To. orvict. In Court limine. T. P. VA.VCK. " T. 1IIIIK. -TTANCK HIltK, ATTORNEYS AO? XiA.'W, Hll.LSIIOItM, OHIO. 0rricK-8lriuM Uullillii. n. i. imows. Vf. W. OMM. "OIIOWN OLKXN. Physicians and Surgeons, UtLLunono, Outo. Office No. 17 North High Street, Hlbbon Building, up-stslrs. Tyi. W. W. BHKI'HKKU, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. llltulnont), Oi'io. Office So i. Short Btrect Trimble'i Dlock. -XK. K. McAKTlUJIt, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hii.L-vBono. Ohio. OrncE-Corner High and Walnut Streets. O. II.CJAIItlM.II. O.N. HAMS. f UAKUNEU...

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. — 25 October 1888

JlT&f W -.' , vaP4 kg WBSDAlaOT0BEBi25, 1888, 7 j V .- , H . Important to Every Household Nothing' can be of more vital importance to any human being than his daily food. So much has been ,said about Baking Powders and the substances which enter into their manufacture, such as Alum, etc., that injustice to the human stomach a timely suggestion would be acceptable. Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder, which has been made for more than a quarter of a century, used in. millions of homes, has been found by the heads of the great Universities of this country, free from Alum, Am monia, Lime 'or any drug taint. Thus, in the use of Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow , der and Delicious Flavoring Extracts you are guaranteed not onlv greater strength but perfect purity. No. 1, Vol, II., of Collier's Once a Week, fiubtlliyd OctobtirSOtli, promises to be a iterar'y m'nrvelV 'Amullif RIth commen ces n weird Htory. "On Bone's Inland 1" H. Rider Hiitfgurd begins thrilling serial, entitled "My Fellow Lab...

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. — 25 October 1888

BI 3SS31 Vvkt fyr SF TV. "iff" t.T t . T,r 'VV A !, jti n. tm , 'I 8 "W NEWS .HILLS! ;to 81 i: Wi vJ n FIPF! r I HOOD'S (WwB EXTHACT V S. sr 29aKvsMsNX9 1 1 --J "- " .....HI Tlw importance of purifying the blood car ot ba orerestlmated, tor wltheut pure blood joa cannot enjoy good health. At thli teuon nearly ercry one needs a good medicine to purity, Tltaltte, and enrich the blood, and we aik yon to try Hood's Prnltai Sarsaparllla, strengthens rCUUIIctr M4 buU,it up u,, gyjtea, cteatea an appetite, and tone the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used giro to Hood's Barsapartlla pecul- . tr tar euratlre powers. Mo O IIS6IT othermedtclnehaisnch a record of wonderfnl cues. If yon haTO made up your mind to hoy Hood's SarsaparllU do not be Indnccd to take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Barsaparllla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood &...

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. — 1 November 1888

fgffvle "JW;; EjMQajEfiuEjfi,JZl 'V"- ' I -'-''? V'4Pk-l ", Ll &"?tWf jsotjTr-; "&&n v Wfiytn i ''. tSfalUSHED 1837. S.'Wi . Poatofflfla. Hlllennm. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO, O, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1888. VOL. 52 NO. 2 ,r teeeaa-elaaa matter. IMnPHInCHIHIIHHHHimPi "x . iwTBSottW rL?.-' '" -ii;rK'i'v&,wr-' - w - ' ; i&r;ym , , THE NEWSIHERALD. ' . r i. 1 a . t A , . . t j ENGLAND'S INFLUENCE jiruiiMt American Interests DmUe FotWy of the Do- icy. tewis Utters aecd no explana- Wt.they Bhould.belresd' ssste Md Jrst BHtsM tam.ft.ewiafn -'psM; honM.be hmw SMSfM. tot the ABKrlcM'tVoter to take, the opposite '.course. ''The policy of' Great Britain baa coat tbis country blood, and money in two wars. Americas- freemen, can yon in the faco of this knowledge lend yoar influence and your vote to advance a policy that a country which has been your enemy, for more than a century is Advocating? But here are the letters : THE BRITISH MINISTER TO AN AMERICAN CITIZEN. (1'IUVATK.) Be...

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. — 1 November 1888

v mmmim'W " A IUR DENOUNCED. . THE AUTHOR OF THE DOLLAR-A-DAY LIE GETS HIS DESERTS. The Knight of Labor Condemn Edwin GonM unit Hit Infamoua Faleehoodf lie I Arraigned for Trying to Pat the Order To liana Uaea A Clritutar letter That Can tt Easily Undantaod. A mim named Edwin F. Gould has been given as the only authority for tho dollar-a-day He about General Benjamin Hal ri son. This man Gould who is under pay from the Democratic National and state committees to do political lying by abusing even his alleged connection with labor organizations, Is being denounced by assembly after assembly of the Knights of Labor. But of all the resolu tions to this effect nono meet tho case better and show the true feeling of the worklngmcn toward Gould more fully than tho following: A UAH AND HIS FALSEHOODS CONDEMNED. At a meeting of Armstrong assembly, No. 2313, K. of I, held at Indianapolis, Ind., on tho evening of Oct. 11, 1888, at which tho following officers wero pros wcro present: John Mcdor...

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