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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 November 1888

iilL'riP ?Fm.mwwY7mKi9.irTww ' 1 -T w r"y.7i.,'.:..a;tf;A,. 'A r ' ,. ii"ii,.L n-. a jj vjtfi,''sv.j.. . -tf v"'.-, tv i mt- .? v v ji f; . y, v ( vt. v v if., ,,,,-, j.y' 'riT,fn p;" , '"!ii' .i," . TV, r7' .' "V jT 'vs ijj-.;, 'VJl i-'lT'.;". "iTS'.Itr :. I ' " FT 'J1 .W VTTVr" " "JCT i ' ' ;Vt4' .A-r-Vr" -''"EWHteRIiDm-CLBiOEO.OiTHtmSlDAT. NOVEM&ER 15, 1888. i r V- ffto r ?UU-W ETr PURE p?PRIErs GBEUE MMNp Slgjrpt mesa fljjSEs Vie by tho United 8tate8 florornment Endorsed by tho hfaSflof tho Great TTnlversUIon tna PaMIs Pood AnnlTots, atio Stronecst, Pnrpst and mnat Healthful. Dr. rrlro's Creirn Bil.liiB I'owdar rto nctrnntfttn Ammonia, Mmoor Alnm. Dr. Prlco'e Drilclorn Flavoring KX tracts, Vanilla, Lomon, Orango, Almond, Hose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Olla or Chemicslo. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., Naw York. Chloago. St. Louis. Patrick Mnlhooly "I hear, Council man, that they'ro linvin' much troublo with tho surplus at Washington." Councilman Gllroy "Yes, Patrick, it is a ...

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. — 15 November 1888

U I 8 Catarrh May nltcct any portion of tho body whcro the mucous mcmbrano Is found. Hut catarrh ot tho head Is by far tho most common, and tho most liable to bo neglected. It cannot bo cured by local applications. Being a consti tutional dlscaso It requires Ringing; a constitutional remedy llko U-l '.. Hood's Barsaparllla, which, noises wotkng through tho blood, eradicates tho Impurity which causes and pro motes tho catarrh, nnd soon effects a perma nent cure. At tho samo tlmo Hood's Barsa parllla builds up tho uliolo system, and make onofeel renewed In strength and health. It joii suffer Impure from catarrh, bo suro to nt try Hood's Barsaparllla. "'ww" " I used Hood's Birsaparllla for catarrh, and received great relief and benefit from It. Tho catarrh was cry disagreeable, especially In , tho winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing noises HOOd'S In my cars, nnd pains In atarannnrilla ,lic back 0( my hcad saraapamiaTll0 cnott ,0 clcar my head In tho morning by hawk...

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. — 22 November 1888

mmivm .s ,,: THE NEWS-HERALD. ?y i 'i ESTAILI8HED 1837. Entered at Pot-offlco, HllUboro, Ohio, bi aecond-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1888. VOL. 52 NO. 32 11 r l J U KNIGHT OF THE GRIP In the "City of Colleges." Interesting Reminiscences of Os scar "Wilde and Other Noted ,. ' Personages. Christ Cbarek a4 fm rt Ker G Me aton f KrtsV-Grett . Twa Twwer St. ? the-Vlrgla'sCiBrcM.. Oxford, Eva., July, 1888. After a week's work in London at this heated season to Sunday in the country is a consu mmation devoutly to be wished. Suiting the action to the desire I boarded a 4 p. m. train Friday evening and was soon moving in the direction of the far famed and classical little city of Oxford. I reached my destination in due timo, and Saturday morning I began my ex plorations. I found "colleges on the the right of me, colleges on the left "of me,' colleges in front of me, colleges without number, whichever way I looked from mo colleges increased my wonder," ond...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 November 1888

.L tit5 v.i vii ir n. j.r , y- i-M ..,,, tf? KmnHRniSv. rfRnHnS vy"r 2 HER u&Lnt iJP:wi m 'W .vVw.hi nffrr1 v m? tj n i I ' tf L Hilarious Hooslers. Marion, Ind., Nov. 12tll, 1888. Editoii News Hkiuld: Tho smokoof bnttlo has vanished and so has G rover. "Wo havo met the enemy nnd thoy nro ours." And now if the Republican party will do right tho soventeon-ycar locusts will mako their appearance several times beforo tho Democratic party Is put in power again. I supposo all havo heard from Iydlnnn, and tliero may bo somo persons in Ohio that do not think that it was my presence in llooslerdom that mado tho great change, but somo peoplo havo "queer notions you know," or as an Indiana expression is, and a very common one, too, "let mo toll you now." Let them havo tholr way about it. On Saturday night tho Republicans had n big jamboree in tho city of Marlon. Rainy and muddy as it was, they had n flno torch-light parade, accompanied by a largo wagon loaded with dinner bells nnd drawn b...

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. — 22 November 1888

& -?. ti ..-!,'; 4" 5 NES-HERifoD, HILSIB6RO, P. THtTBSPAT, KOYEMBER 22, 1 tf 88. iw tjnj y 7 K ) THANKS9ITIN0 DAY. ,. -S &r . jLvAWBAtt Fornker Names NorcHifeer 49. Tharsflay, UW luavi Columbus, 0., Nov. 9. Gov. Forokcr this afternoon Issued the following proc tarnation : Statu of1 Ohio, Executive Depautment. j To the peoplo of Ohio: Uod is tho author of all good. "His mercy enduroth forevor." Ho has rich ly biessed this peoplo. Our Centennial year has been the best of our history. Whilo pestilence and suffering have ovortaken others, wo have been spared. Our business prosperity, wealth and happiness have continued uninterrupt ed. Such signal blessings call for thanks and a manifestation of appreciation. Therefore, I, Joseph B. Forakcr, Gov. ol Ohio, do hereby desiginato uml ap point Thursday, November 21), 1S38, to bo a day of Thanksgiving and pruiAu to Almighty Uod for His goodness and mercy, and I do hereby call upon the people of Ohio to Bnitably observe the same. In te...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 November 1888

B3PV - (PWMHr . .lWBIMFl'?SVUi'il' ftWuRwBW'flBJrBHmwrvWISISl X mt imhv' " t yyvwgigBHi.. .1 i3yaf, nwrilMliM&iBBIWMffffwnfffWHB in i hi mMimi mi mmmi , mi' i mia ' 1 1 nuu E 3k','t!f, 'WPfiT1' Hi' t, t ,t Wf'iifWus ti'u ,tw 1 xu .1 Mm I 1,11 The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BT TH- If ews-Herald Publishing Company, G. W. BAnRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES WO& AUVB3RTISINO Mad Known on Application, NOVEMBER 23, - 1888. Ohio's plurality for Gen. Harrison for President la only a Kttlo over 10,000. Ohio is a Republican Stato and we are proud of the iact, but we have no cause for rejoicing over a twenty thousand majority when we read the greeting sent to Gen. Harrison that Allegheny county, Penn., greeted him with 22,400 majority. This is tho largest Republi can majority of any county in any State. "Failure." That is what tho Oazette (says of the jollification in Illllsboro on Saturday, November 10th. Tho Gazette seems to bo out of brea...

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. — 22 November 1888

-V 6yJ , " l. ' i l NBlS-HEtiAT, HILLSBOBO, P. -THPRgpAY, KOYEMBER 22, 188. 5 i fi e News-Herald. Oleei 'Hoggard landing, W. Mla It. NOVEMBER 22, - 1888. We fay, Wheat. Se. hr ehelce Milling Ji M. BOYD k CO. Morrow Bros, have noma handsome now designs in fancy china and queens ware. ' Sam Morrow, an employe of the Stand ard Wagon Go., Cincinnati, is visiting his mother. m Another attack of rheumatic trouble has confined Pearl Rowe to tho house for the put several weeks. Morrow Bros, are offering great bar gains' In their stock of wall paper, to make room for new goods. Wolff's Odorktt Acme Blacking ; 20c. a bottle, at Byland's. The mammoth Blrfi for buggy tops there also. i ,i - Miss Birdie Doggett entertained a number o her young frlonds with a taffy-pulling last Thursday ovoning. i Wanted. 100,000 feet of ash logs. Also logrun ash lumber. Spot cash. v ''Hicklk & Durnkix, Hillsboro. m Don't fail to go to Morrow Bros, and see their elegant stock of china, glass and queensware, f...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 November 1888

KViM '';-''' L jTMEWV -TTiV-A ' rris P1J; ..' frv Ma T 6 V'A cv C-' i ii 1 Professional Cards. Sards hiorhd Under Ihii Head as follows: I tnoti.peryear... IW A luoh, per year - 2 Mel' per year....... - ;;""" a Ton llnesofthlstype mallei Inch. - II. COLLINS, rTOiansrBY at Xj.a."w Xluxsnnno, Omo. A Notary Public In the Office. Ofmce Itoom" Not. 1 and 2 Hmlth Block, corner Main and High ttrpets. yxr t. aitKUiiKU, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, llitunono, Onto. -Cnllrctlnna rrmitptly Attended To. OFKiqE In Court Uuilae, T. P. VANCE. '" HIKE. -TTANCK & nitlK, A.TTORlSrB"SrS -A.X liA-W, litLLsnono, Ohio. OFVicE-Strnusa Building'. n. M. Buon.v. W. W. OUMN. B SHOWN A GLKNN, Physicians and Surgeons, Uilwhobo, Onto. OrFioE-No. 17 North High Street, Hibbon Building, np-atalrs. TTtt. XV. W. BUKI'UKBP, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, UttXRDono, Ohio. Office No. i, Short Btrect Trimble's DIock. pvtl. K. McAKTIIUIt, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hii.LSEono, Ohio. Omen Corner HIrIi anil Walnnt Btreett. 0 . 11....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 November 1888

4.i pywp& S!?h- iu- yiiti I'd M UUWEIfff PUff s P?PRICEs TTrod h the TTnltcd OTEAM Bt&tos (iovrnment. Itnaoraed by Ore hendi of tho Orct tlnlvcrsWco U. Mlw Strongest. 1'nrest and tnott noalthfol. r. f' "," :rontMa Ammonia, Mmo or Atrnn. Dr. Pf Iro'a Ticllrfoiil F1?""?,,?? Mid Pntilia Wind Andrei. Bniciiif? r-owrter ilocs notrontMa Ammonia, Mmo or tracta, Vanilla, Lemon, OranRO, Almond, Koo, otc., PRICE BAKING PCWDEH, CO., PHENOL SODIQUE TlEMOnRIIAOEStSOKES. UMEBS, .WOIINBS, HrKAN8,Mii BRUISES, OATABHH, DIPHTHERIA and SOME THROAT, 'BURNS Mid SOALDS. It lntantiy rcHevcB pain and If curMlve properties arc wonderful. For tale by Dragfjlste d McrchandUe Dealers. IIamcb Baos. Winn, Prop're, Philadelphia. It is pretty, well understood that tho conductors of Harper's Magazine always Intend to issue a Christmas number, which shall be not only comploto in itself, but arranged on lines semowhat dlfferont from these followed during tho rest of the year.; and tho articles In the Christma...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 November 1888

ftltfMTT p S ;P? .!;; -i;j. - '4, mi nvp v-" r ' w'ww ! ".V NfiWS-HERALD, HILLS ,,188. V.sf x M. - pirn V ' r" - ' i ' ' r I , 'J u J Catarrh May affect any portion of the body where- th mucoiu membrane- 13 found. But catarrh of tho head Is by far tho most common, and tho most llablo to bo neglected. It cannot bo cured by local applications. Being a constl s tutlonal dlscaso It requires Ringing a constitutional remedy like Ij-I-.. Hood's Barsaparllla, which, noises working through tho blood, eradicates tho Impurity which causes and pro motes tho catarrh, nnd soon effects a perma nent cure. At tho samo tlmo llood'3 Barsa parllta builds up tho wliolo system, and makes cno feel renewed In strength nnd health. It you suffer Impure from catarrh, bo suro to innrl try Hood'. Barsaparllla. siuwm " I used Hood's Barsaparllla for catarrh, and received great relief nnd benefit from It. Tho catarrh was very disagreeable, especially In the winter, causing constant discharge from my nose, ringing...

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. — 29 November 1888

PnjjJjm.jJJH! fmmsmp tit . ;i ' tv V- '" , ;i V' ta1 ' 'r . LwV' THE NEWS-HERALD. iwsei rariai leucn 1QQ7 En tared nt Post-ofltee, Hillsboro, Ohio, aecond-elMa matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1888. VOL. 52 NO. 33 1 HinDLignbu ivaii r e -r . ift A SERMON. Preached by Rov. Dr. McSurely In the Presbyterian Church, of Hillsboro, and ' published by us nt tbo roquett of the W. 0. X. 0. of this place. ft PBISOM REFORM. IS Tk Spirit of tfct Lord God la upon tne be- omrWn Tjord bath auuciiitta ma to preacn . Hood Mdlugi a&to the mek t ho hath ent mo V to bted up, the broken-hearted tb proclaim, liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prUoa to them that are bound i It. IiXI 1 1. ,ThU acrlpture seta before us the Spirit of the Gospel of Chfht. It is a gospel i of helpfulness, to men, of comforting, of dellveranco and of salvation. Thlsscript are also seta before us the office of (Jurist. He sustains troubled hearts: He encour ages the struggling ; He deli...

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. — 29 November 1888

:wmiLYi:m Continued from tit page A SEttMUN. the churge of tniihitalnlng trnlnlng schnolti of crlino until ttiu conatruo tlon and managing of these pluoea are radically clmnsed, ho tliut the Inmates shall he 8ftiir.tuly eonlnieil, mid nil coiitiiinlmiiliig Inteieoti rue rendered lm posHlhlf." Tilt; testimony ol prison ro form experts all runs In this way. One iilllnim Hut the county Jail is lite one grunt blot on our pt-iml nystvii). If you would refurni pilsouers you mint sepa rate them. If you would keep the criminal fiom becoming more criminal you tiiuit not herd them together. It now remains for me to speak of our own duty us good citizens Hildas ClirltHliiH. 1. To remove the causes of crime. We lire verily guilty concerning our weak brother when wi will not ro move the stumbling block thatjies In Ills way. We"show that we se't little store by his reformation. Let us then cloe the saloon and keep It closed. Let us endeavor to lift up the com mnnlty In Its moril character. Let us...

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. — 29 November 1888

uaaimpa vv WL-Cy.-. (! KM .w Jf' " if '" '' 5s" l , i(-5)'rti iA V (TV- a ffEWS-HERALP, HILSLBORO, O. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1888 tt. - i. ., jtw-.- vi.i4.iWj?!BWi":iwwr raw rip f i WrctlUHtWest. V" The Ohio & Mississippi Railway Is tho 'Afreet and fast line between Cincinnati, Louisville and St. Louis. Four dally through passenger trains from Cincinnati to St. Louis are neces sary to accomodate' its large and con stantly increasing volume of western These trains mako direct connection in Union Depot, St. Louis, with trains of all lines for the West, Northwest and Southwest. The Ohio & Mississippi Rrilway elves 3clal attention to colonists going west, ther single are In parties. Our agents are prepared at all times to furnish in formation as to rates and routes to points West, price and location of lands, and when passengers are ready to start will call on them at their homes, if desired, secure tickets at lowest rates and attend to checking baggage and shipping ireigut thro...

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. — 29 November 1888

t.:r: '' .-v v?' . . , -- mtm SB zss:M The News-Herald. PUBLISHED'EVERY THURSDAY . BT THE News-Herald Publishing.Oompany, Q.W.BARRERE. BEBEE BMtHERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.30 A VEAB IN ADVANCE. RjVTJES IOB ADVffiBTISINO Mad Known on Application. NOVEMBER 29. 1888. Morale of tlto IF. 8. The Standing Army of the United .- States is composed of twenty-flvo thou Band men men thoroughly drilled In all tho arts of war, nnd in view of the strictness of military discipline, one would bo led to supposo there was com plete obedience, but the report of the army decipllne for tho last year shows that 12,117 trials woro conducted. Of theso trials 1,730 were by court martial, while 10,440 were regimental and garri son trials. It need not bo concluded that half tho men of tho Regular Army aro viohtors of military law, but wo oro forced to tho conclusion that there aro more than a corporal's guard who arc. R. J. Burdctte on Mauhood. Wo admire tho pithy sayings of tho humorous man of tho Ilawkeyo State. ...

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. — 29 November 1888

7T7 . w r7n ? t 1. t Al . o eehshezh SPiW -v 'iii'ill IMI i - ----- m r? wi&f -"',' Ml II KS99ME v, V' V " V'' ': liil f ""HM r'tlJ"'!s ,tw jk.Ti(-r ' iMwn - 1 1 niii'T.fT i. rem i at' V 'm i ii ii .in r j Ma pw i.aoi. jiti p.oniuMi Wtt:t V AfrMV.fcVU-.l .i --A . f jjUVjjjjM.j51j;ti 2U, ICjgg. "' i'T-'''' e News-Herald. '. im... tt. j n j W w.u at .rani noggru gmiuiag, m NOVEMBER 29. . 1888. We ay Wheat. 80c. far choice Milling , J. M. BOYD k CO. HlgkMt market yrlee vM fcr iMi wheat at Model Cltjr Mills. ETAHS A M'GUIRE. Fine bulk oystora for Thanksgiving at the West End Grocery. m Col. W. H. Glenn & Oo.'s dry goods tore will bo closed on Thanksgiving DV. . Morrow Bros, have some handsome new design In fancy china and queens ware. ' t Hiss E. Grand-Glrard, who lias been seriously sick for some time post, Is re ported to be no better. Morrow Bros, aro offering great bur gains in their stock of wall paper, to make room for now goods. Wolff's Odorleu Acme Blacking ; 20c. m. hal...

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. — 29 November 1888

I' l sjtf pp W? ' 4- lyfyx - i li '". " 'if jr ,V-i7 , ! 'Uiv .ti A NWS-HERALB, HILLSBOROO. THUIaSBAY, NOYEMBEIt $9; 1888. i- 't " tl v-;, w 0 K T 'v Professional Cards. Cards Insert jd Under Ihlt Htad as lollews. 1 lnclt,peryer - "J S inch, per year g m Inol' tier year Tenllnesof mistype tuakul Inch. r H. COLLINS, HiLLHBono, Ohio, A Notary Public in the Office. Omen Iloonn No. 1 anil 3 Smith Block, corner Main ami High itrcets. -117- t. om.unKit, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, llir.Lsnouo. Oiiip. Collections Promptly Attended To. office In Court Home. T. P. VANCH. '" T 1I,RK- -ctance & nine, ATTORNEYS A-T XjA."W, HlLLSIIOHO, OHIO. OFFICE-StraussHulldlnK. II. at. unowK. w "' m' TJIlCWN & GLENN. Physicians and Surgeons, HiLLsnono, Ohio. Ornce No. 17 North High Btreot, Hlbbcn uauuing, up-swirs, T. vr. vr. saEPnEnD, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HlLLSDOBO, Onio. Ofhce-No. 4, Bhort Btrect Trimble's Block. TIt. E. McABTIlUK, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, UlLUBDOBO, OHIO. OrncE-Corncr High aud ...

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. — 29 November 1888

rSDAY QVfeMBEJ 29, 1888. . '.,' JA L-". X ) '"' 5 ,. 0?PRICEls CREAM gAKlNg Uood by tho United Btotee Uoveroment. Kodoned by the buds of the Great TJnlvejrsltlw and PnMlo Pood Analysts, Mt'io Stroneost, Pnreet and most Healthful. Br. Price' Cream Baking Powder doca notcontala Ammonia, Limo or Alnm. Dr. Price's Dellelono riavorlns lis tracts, VanMla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemicals. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., Now York. Chlono. St. Louts. WE NO LONGER DANCE 7 a? BmH Wonndcd. 1Jr "V P TlMausowitnlwaviIiMnnnt! X . ass bottlo of Phenol Modleras. It turns llurna. rajas, riils, II rulsrk.il ml nil kinili of InJiiriviH raloTinK Pain und healinir tlm WonnilpdTrrU.I Hit mtaltuuimn tvirv rnmlly, Fiielni'S'.ltrarlt' hop. Fnrm. Ilosplliil.rlc. 1'vrsalo by Utng Sipih mm .iierrnnnuiHa jrRirrs. Aci linos. & White, 1'ropriolors, FiiiLADiiruiA. Stains and external injuries are tho chief causes of weak ankle joints. By the free nso of Salvation Oil a cur...

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. — 29 November 1888

NEWS-nERALD.HILLaBORO.O. TBftTBPAY.yOtEMBBR2,li 8 mVc?' ': Catarrh May affect any portion ot the body where the mucous mcmlirano Is found, lint catarrh ol tho head Is by tar tho most common, and the most llablo to bo neglected. It cannot Lo cured by local applications. Being a constU tutlonal disease It requires Ringing a constitutional remedy llko ijAl-0. Hood's Barsaparllla, which, noises workng through the blood, eradicates tho Impurity which causes and pro motes tho catarrh, and soon effects a perma nent cure. At tho simo timo Hood's Barsv jiarllU builds up tho whole system, and makes cno feel renewed In strength nnd health. If )ou suffer Impure from catairh, bo suro to innr try Hood' Barsaparllla. iu " I used Hood's Barsaparllla for catarrh, and reccl cd great relict and bcncllt from It. Tho catarrh was cry dlsigrccablc, especially In the winter, causing constant discharge from my noso, ringing noises Hood's in my cars, and pains In earsapaniiHTn0 cffort t0 ctcar my head In tho...

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. — 6 December 1888

rWf ") IRfyi fPp?? ' 'W' ? " 1 VI ' " ' " ' e"j'w N THE NEWS- f ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-offloe, Hillsboro, Objp, second-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND 00., O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1888. VOL. 52 NO. 34 w ,- .7- '. i?;xw?rtKr,v "'rTlsw. yar'yvp'. &7.m!iywxt$r?wyfJlw Tiwmrf i v jr i j,i - r , j . - -- ,c - h hi-.. WT 7. t 1TI J.ri ttKtk.lt a - , - -,--, ,-- ' &". ,i HERALD KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Glveta a Few Hints on Cheap Travel Abroad. Kenllworth Castlo nnd the Un expected Meeting of Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Leicester's Wife. Eaglhlt Lako Region Grange.Over. Sands Irish Sea ForHess Abbey. England, Summer, 1888. A broad and, catholic spirit, an un prejudiced mind and a sound judgement are best cultivated by travel. The men who lire for some selfish end, within a circumscribed area, are the most dog matic, bigoted, prejudiced and narrow minded. Tho cosmopolitan Is the most unbiased, fair-minded and liberal. He respects the honest views of others, whether they ...

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. — 6 December 1888

Hf &r Br tuw THE GREAT SERPENT MOUND. Hesnlts of Profc saor Fninsm's Latest Explorations A New Jersey Arch saologtst on the Mystery of iho tircat Monndi Doaton Evening Trantcilpt. Professor F. W. Putnam, who lias Just returned from his expedition in Ohio, states that lio has been in camp at Ser pent Mound Park for seven weeks, ex ploring the ground in tho vicinity of the great earthwork. Tho results havo proved very interesting. Two burial places differing greatly in character and with a great interval of timo between them, hnvo been traced, also a more re cent occupation of one of theso burial places ps a village site. Tho evidence, says Professor Putnam, is gradually ac cumulating, proving that tho Serpent Mound belongs to tho oldest period and that it is absurd to regard it as in any way connected w ith any peoplo of which wo have historic account. Below wo give excerpts from an account of a re cent visit to this locality, wrltton for tho American, of Philadelphia,by Dr. Char...

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