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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 December 1888

wteflMi TrTK?Vffr?WJj'iPvnlilSFP" T -TpJiTw 't'lrSf X. iXfff t & .SffrfiJCff F .? t' i1! 4 . ,S' ? j.faft'i , Tj .iir ?T .' .....jj... . .. - te yxjW"K W8 AVif, C ., M'fl lMretBtWl. y1B?98!wpv II j$rf'oti'io 4 Mississippi Railway la the 1 vdlnct and fast line between Cincinnati, yEaftlavlllAand Bt. Lonfa. ;.' iS '-.j-Tout dally thronghipassenger .trains if id, from Cincinnati to Stlottls art necc JV' aryto accomodate Ilk large and con- tantly Increasing volume of western trflVQi These trains make direct connection in Union Depot, St. Louts, with trains of all lines for the West, Northwest and Southwest. ... The Ohio & Mississippi Rrllway gives special attention to colonists going west, either 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 aro ready to start will call on them at their homBS, if desired. Secure tickets at lowest rates and attend to check...

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. — 6 December 1888

i""w"v ' ' Ui v rf l wyiMMi-iH,fliHi r NM-a :km-. --, Jmmmm ...i. The News-Heralctt PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THB Hows-Herald PublUhlng Company. . W. lARItERE. BEBEE BARREKE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAH IN ADVANCE. BATE8 FOR ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application, DECEMBER 6. 1888. The Thin! Party. "Sam" Small, who has been ono of tho leaders of tho Third Party, and was one of Its candidates in Georgia in the recent election, made n remarkable speech last Sunday in this city, taking for his sub ject "The Quick and tho Dead of Prohl bition." He said he did not believo in "National Prohibition politics." He in tended hereafter to be practical. "We hive been indulging," he said, "simply in prophetic wind.',' This does not ncare tho liquor dealers. They elect men who will favor their cause, without re gard to party. He did not propose to allow tho "Devil's crowd to got ahead of him on a proposition of common sense." Ho continued: "We Prohibitionists have held the bal ance of power in fif...

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. — 6 December 1888

t .- n? l ' ';k,'V V, ZWrrz J rrjv ' , r,tT"K r V J ' K3EMBER 6, 1388. The Newe-Herald. Mmi Hoggard ltildiagi . Mala It. PXOXMBXBO,. 1888. We par Wket Me. Iter efcelee MllllRff J. JI. BOYD CO. Try Garrett Bros. Red Lotion for chapped hands. Band Gream The famaliar face of Judge Delaplane ki again seen on our street. Mr. Robt. McClure, of Columbus, spent part of last week visiting his parents. Mrs. Ell Stafford, of Altoona, Kas., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Jeans. Chapped hands cured with Red Band Oroam Lotion made and sold by Garrett Broa. . - Morrow Bros, hare some handsome new designs in fancy china and queens ware. Miss Etta 'Wiles, of Cummlnsvllle, was visiting friends in this place last week. Mr. Owen Bums ate his Thanksgiving turkey at his home, returning to busi ness last Monday. - .Morrow Bros, are offering great bar gains in their stock of wall paper, to make room for new goods. m Mr. Geo. Holmes, of York, Neb., is visiting his father, Mr. Jacob Holmes, who resides...

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. — 6 December 1888

Ewmwg "Professional Cards. Card Inssrti. Under Mitt Heaa at lollow.: llnoh, per year - "j? ji Inch, per year g Vlnnh iieryear - .................... a Tenllneaof ttalstypemaEel Inch. .pi II, COLLINS, . O'TOIMSrrHlY -A.T XjAW HiLLsnono, Onto, A Notary Public" In the Office. OmcB-noomi Nos. 1 and 8 Bmlth Dlock, vomer Main and High streets. W- T. OHKUnEB, ( Notary Publio and Conveyancer, mi.t.inofto. Ohio. Collections Promptly Attended To. (iriicK-In Court House. T.P.VANCE. ( ItK i. ninK. "TTAUCE ft HIRK, , ATTORNEYS A.T X.A."W, Hills boro, owe. OrncK-Btrauss Building. n. v. bbown. W. W. (ILEUM. Tnows olknw, Physicians and Surgeons, Hillbbobo, Ohio. OmcE No. 17 North High 8'reet, Hlbben Building, tip-stairs. TU. VT. W. BMKPHKRD, . PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, UtLUBOBO, Onto. OrricK No. 4, Short Btreet Trimble' Block. TU. K. McAKTHUB, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLLsnono, Ohio. Omen-Corner nigh and Walnut Btrcets. J, ll.OAHDNF.il. O.N.SAMS. vS CIAHDNKU ft 8AM8, ATTOKNBYS A'.V IiA"W HlLLHBOItO, OH...

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. — 6 December 1888

vmw LW H W' -.iX . Vi rJWB3IBBWRMPWF'wrwi .v., cnrmkm'm- w r ef ' ? h ,1k! v ' . NtiWk-H'ERAM). HILL8BORO. C V. in ii 1 - J' "-"--- 1 . . . Jh 1 - - - . . . .. . . . - X4. i l& I - 11 m i&&urx,?t "i:t-?p t fT"i' i'V'r ? -TtitJRSDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1888. CREAM SAKlNg 'QWDEB a pH.PRICfs DELICIOUS llAVORItfG EXTRACTS HUBirafTFIMBW DEATH OP SANSON. far Ussd by the United States ttorernnitnt. Endorsed by tbs heads of th Great Universities and Puhllo Food Analnta, at tin 8tronwot, Purest ud most nealthfnl. Dr. Price "Crfim Biking Powder doss notcontaln Ammonia, Lime or Alnm. Dr. Price's Dellclnns Flavoring J' tracts, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Oils or Cheraicajo. PRICE BAKINO POWDER CO., Naw York. ChlosifO. St. Louis. PHENOL SODIQUE! Antlnentle and Disinfectant tor Wounds, and Inlu. rlca of all kinds, invaluable 1 or purifying foul locali ties. Uitd In HUTU.1.S) rAtrauHinB, TEAMHHIPfl, and RAILROADS. Invaluable In cverv 1'Vl BWAT Cf arXTV...

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. — 6 December 1888

. t i J ' 1 . Y'T .;.,, rr.- v , m. . "j iSL. iU'sw'Hiw. J! . - J i. . ' . . .... o,',. fJ,'A . i VW A- 8 111 A.U, EWS-HKBAJj1, HIIJJaiyrtyffiH ,, ,, r coyw exthactX acsrev.v v The Importance of purifying the blood can not bo'oTcfestlmated, torwltbcatptare blood you cannot enjoy eood health. At this teason nearly ercry one needs good medicine to purity, vltalL'tc, and enrich the blood,"and wo ask you to try Hood' DAnlla Saraaparllla. lit strengthens reCUIiai A bund, np th6 ajattm, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation ot the vegetable remedies used giro to Hood's SarViparllla pecul- mfn leolf lar curatlro powers. No ' " IISBIT othermcdlclnehassuch a reconl of wonderful cures. If you hare made up your mind to buy Hood's Saraaparllla do not be Induced to take any other Instead. It 1s a Peculiar ' Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence, , Hood's Saraaparllla Is sold by all druggists. ' Prepared ...

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. — 13 December 1888

SW2SWffiH3Pn3 '. '"& fr.W ,--, " I- 1 i i:i . IITABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-o nice, Hillsboro, Oliloj as second-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND OO., O., THUR&DAY, DECEMBER 13, 1888. VOL. 52 NO. 35 I 1 JrlK INHWd 1 H Hi I aS k. H H ruzjvYLsU t i (j ! i t I H'. F ,.JW li'W BSBi" KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Visits the Romantic Little Station of Furness, And is Greatly Impressed With its Wonderful Beauty and Grandeur. Fcrnbss Abdby, Summer, 1888. After leaving the sandy banks of tho Irish Sea, the train darted off through a' tunnel and emerged into a pretty ratine, hemmed in by 'mosey cliffs and green bluffs. We pursued our wending way np this picturesque valley for about fifteen miles, when the train stopped at the romantic Jlttle station of Furness. Of all the places that I havo ever visit id, this one to me is the most romantic sad lonely. I wish I had the power to place before my readers in word, paint , lag the pictures that lies before me. Tho narrow little valley here slight...

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. — 13 December 1888

Jwj '. !'TTTf-'Wf?2lpF M o.ra!"?, '? JP. V iVTk V ,JZ - ,:-r .f .,'. vjt'vij ! ,jv JT'WI!jra2TOt?P?TlNS ' ' V V . J k-f '5 HER. .41 t MB WlLLKTTSVlLLK, 0., Dec. 1st '88. Deer Mr. FAilor:! wuz n lookin over thoNEAvsY-llHHAi.i) of ttiis week nnd I seen bo monny good letters from tho correspondents of this hero county, and then you scd you had mora rurao fur correspondents einco tho enmpano Is over, and it sot mo a thinkin about whats tho reason wo 'nint got any writer fram this hero neck of tho woods ? I notiso and I am glad to say that thcro is lots of Newsy-Heiialds comes to this hero post-offlse.and it is my furm boleaf that tho readers would liko to no whats goin on in pur own naburhood, so I thought I would writo you a fow lines to let you all no how wo aro a gottin along anyhow. Wo aro all glag that tho lection is over, and tho oxsightment dyed out, but some of us fellers aro sorry becaso Ben and Lovi got thcro Ell, that thcro is if it is so, but I wuz a talkin to a dim mercrati...

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. — 13 December 1888

iFasJSPrK fcMBKwffl g'AEBEPBSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1888. te'MW. - Direct. RRt West. WJ. J: H'T' rt Ohio A MIbsIssIddI Railway la the ' HI ht, anil faat. Una hlun fllnnlnnatl I A iLouievllle and St. Louis. I' If'-VrmrAaMv iVimnoh nuuninir Inlng i -"A. -;y ..."r ..: " .j?" i.''ufmm ninnlnnntl tn St. fMi! ara neces- H aarv In ncrnmoflftlA its larse and con atently increasing volume of western IfftVfil These trains make direct connection in Union Depot, St. Louis, with trains of all lines for the West, Northwest and Southwest. (The Ohio Sc Mississippi Itrllway Rives Special attention to colonists going West, either 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 toll on them at their homes, if desired, ecure tickets at lowest rates and attend to checking baggago and shipping freight through to destination. The 0. & M. is the fast line to Lo...

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. — 13 December 1888

pi. ' iiifM-iiirwF,,,wwiiw su, Hxpj r '.hi - j " ffvMf iT7i:5Wtc' mi iafciil !pn The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BT TH1- News-Herald Publishing Company, C. W. IARRERE. BEREE RARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB ADV3SBTI8ING Mad Known on Application. DECEMBER 18, 1888. Fisk, Prohibitionist, had one voto in South Carolina. Wonder what has been the Prohibition gain in that State In tho last four years? We Plead GhIHt. It is charged by one of our exchanges that the paper which has not formed a Cabinet is behind the times. To this we plead guilty; but in doing this it is with a feeling of security that for the present at least no harm can befall our slate, and with the knowledge that it is not too late for this work, Gen. Harrison lias not fixed up his Cabinet, so wo aro comforted by being in good company. Again we have tho whole time from tho holidays until the fourth of March, 1889, to adjust our Cabinet, and that is as early as it or any other Cabinet c...

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. — 13 December 1888

WT WrwFJixlWXzgf j S-. ;ff DEGEMBEB-Ig," 1888, s V I. . V ' l,M Wi ' Knta......u...i4 -, 'H' if- i Hogftrd loildiig, W. Mali It. KOEMBIR 13, 1886. We H7 fcr elwle MIIIIbt WkMt. Ji.10TDC0. Highett Market rlee yM fr goed wheat at MoaelCltr Mill.. EVAM8 M'GUIKE. Diaries for 1889 at Bowie's Book Store; Ask you grocer for Foorester's city but ter crackers if you want something nice with year oysters. Fine line of cigars and tobacco at Haynie'a. Hiss Jo. Barrore, of Colnmbns, is visit ing friends and relatives in this city. ' Chapped hands cured with Red Band Oroam Lotion made and sold by Garrett Bros. Morrow Bros, have some handsomo new designs in fancy china and queens- The largest assortment of music and song folios in Hillsboro is at Byland's Bargain Baaaar. Euverard, the cash grocer, you will "find is selling goods at bottom prices every time. Try him. For rent A house of eight rooms; well, cistern, stable and necessary out buildings. Apply at this office. Flush moires, surahs and ot...

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. — 13 December 1888

J ,i vWkmww'wAm&ltWKViiwrmws&m J ' .r'At Professional Cards. Cards Inserlad Undar thli Hud at followt: 1 lneh, per year. ,.........,.......ll hC lnoh, per year finch poryear ...... .................... Tonllnesof thlstypemakellnoh. - II. COf.LIKS, ATTOBKBY -A.T Xi-AW UtLLsnovo, Ohio. A Notary Public In the Office. Onier.-Itooma Nob. 1 and 2 Bmltli nlock, cornet Mnfn andslligh ftieets. "IT7" T. GltEUllEH, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, HiMJsnoRo, Ohio. Colli-cllnim V roniptly Attendetl To. Office In Court House. . r. vamcb. JOHN T. HIKE. ttance nittE, ATTORNEYS A.X HlLLSnOKO, OHIO. Office Strauss Building. XiA.W, I. M. BROWS, W. W. OLESN. TJItOWN QLEWK, Physicians and Surgeons, Uillsboho, Ohio. Ornci'. No. 17 North High 8lrect, Illbbon 'Building, np stair. -pwlt. W. W. SHEPHERD, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HlLLRBOBO,JniO. Oi rich No. 4, Short ipFoct Trimble's Block. T)lut McAUTHUll, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, lllt.uinono. Ouio. OtncE-Cormr Hlsh Mid Walnut Streets. O. ll.d AKDNKK. O. N...

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. — 13 December 1888

li V'OTWfc DECEMBER 13, 1888. t ti M L' . ', m .-v ;. r KiV !! P?PRICE , CREAM I Raking Used by the United 8tatos Government Endorsed by the twdiof tho Great Wnlveridtleo Mid Pohllo Pood Analvets, untie Stronicoat, Purest and mot Tfealthfnl. Ilr. Kflce5CrwI? BaktnR Powder dooa notront&la Ammonia, Llmo or Alnm. Dr. Prlca'e nellclnm Uavprtntt ill tract, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Ilosc, etc, do not contain Poisonous Oils or Cnemlcuio. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., Nw York. Chloago. St. Loula. YOU CANNOT STOP that boy you sec running go fast up tho street, p mo aireei. enol drug siore a remedy caueu his luit been acalclcU by bo tleot not water. Tliosuoner equi leby ck-ronin , especially (orTyphold and and Merchandise Dealers. Uance ale by Druggists Tho greatest euro on carlh for pain," Salvation Oil ; sing tho refrain. "You out to-day, rny friend, in this cold wind ? I thought you wero sick in bed with a cold." He Baid nothing but smiled a jolly smilo and led mo to tho apothecary's...

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. — 13 December 1888

tLjytytfjl vt' 1.. iM f-. -i.i - ER 18, i688,V;',c; , ffi 'fljft 8 - X! 1 f- I ft ' Peculiar Many peculiar points make nood'i Sar saparllla superior to all othor medicines. Peculiar In combination, proportion and preparation ot lngrc(1lcmts,Cjy Hood's Sarsaparllla possesscsJ the full curative value of theyr r best known reniodIcsjMot tho vcgctablo klng-0dom. Peculiar In itsyJtJ'ystrength and economy rXnood's Bar saparllla Ur(Kr too only medi cine oty wbleh can truly be saldjA 9 r " Ono Hundred Doses OneVjQjkDollar." Medicines In fOlarger and smaller bottles JkVr requlro larger doses, and do not ".produce as good results as Hood's. Peculiar In its medicinal merits, Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown, and has won (or Itself, the tltlo of "Tho greatest MoodrOt purifier over dlseoTorod.,,r j PeculUrlnlts,lgoodnamoltCjCt home," there Is nowr Wnoro ot Hood's Sarsaparlllar sold In Lowell, whoro llVrlt Is made, than of allr brother blood purlflers.r AJrrecullar In "s p...

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. — 20 December 1888

VAWCH'HH C ., t r dm tnh ,. t , NEWS-HERALD. j' K "Yt . ' .'i. IITAlLiSHED 1837. Entered at Poit-offloe, HUliboro, Ohio, m teoond-olMi matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1888. VOL 52 NO. 36" THE Is vss, alml J KNIGHT OF THE GRIP In the English! Lake Region Where Dwells the Author Rus- ktns, and "Whcrb Sonthoy, . ' Wordsworth and Col ' cndgo Wroto Their Masterpieces. Amono the English Lakes, Summer, 1888. J Just as the last rays ol the sotting sun Were, shading their benedictions on tho rains ot old Furness Abbey, the solemn quiet of the evening was broken by the approach ol our (train. Fairly seated, I turned to the window to take, perhaps, a last look at the ruins I so much admir ed. Thai it was probably the last time was forcibly impressed upon me by the solemn example) of the transient nature Of earthly things before mo. But away we go, dashing through tunnels and wbfpping around curves, now gliding slang the edge of a high precipice, now whirling along t...

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. — 20 December 1888

mW'W n'" . i o7"! M. 'vt;.w,j-r d 1 'ltJV " " . , wi ,'.j(i n y;. ,v, ,,,' T WKS inr B " ,.", -, - -.-- - w.--w.' .--v v; -"" - ;wrwj y"' .T ' "T. i'S""- ' . ,k W U 'ws-HERAijD.HiMaiw M-(J)S',A 4- -rm SPRINGFIELD, 10. Her Enterprise and Prosperity m Seen by 8. Mnrsb, Formerly n High land Conntj Boy. Sriu.MiKiKLD, Mo., Dec, 1888. IaI. Xettt Herald .'It Is n year and A half elnco I boarded tho train in Lynch burg, Ohio, bound for Springfield, Mo. I knew nothing of tlio placo savo what I ascertained through the columns of tho Daily llejmblican, which I received regularly.' Making all allowance for wild stories vwliicli aro usually nllont con cerning booming western towns, T de cided that Springfield u as tho placo tor mo, and so far I have no reason to rogrct my coming to this city. Springfield is situated on tho lino of tho St. Louis and San Francisco It. It., 2.18 miles from St. Louis and on tho Kan sas City, Springfield and Memphis It. It., 170 miles from Kansas City. Each of these ...

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. — 20 December 1888

wKfiffli ir f;vJ irpww' ?igpMW'iW;JCilrir Tiri Y '. -"vjray' "Mr "l ii ' ;? c ' ,' Wwet BtHto Wart YbaOhU A Mississippi Railway Is the iit met une Between uincinnati, lie and 8t. Louie. . rdallv throunh'tDMeeBeer, trains l Cincinnati to St. Louis are neces- ' ib accomodate lte Urte; and con tly increasing volume ,of western CjPfittl 'A'ThiuiMlu maka (timet .connection ti.. vt- lt"" . -"L : !.. HUH UUU U1ICWK ,iwumitv Depot, St. Lonis. with trains of lor the West, Northwest and I.' in Union ail lines Southwest, i The Ohio A Mississippi Rrilway gives peciai attention to colonists going West, l ?, Miner siniie are in parties, uur agents ' 'ate prepared at all times to furnish in- 'formation as hi rates nnu routes iu puium tWeet, price and location of lands, and when passengers aro ready to start will roan on mem at tneir nomra, u uramu. raafinm tfokata at lowest rates and attend ,to checking baggage and shipping freight wrougn to aesunation. Th O. A M. is the fast line to Louis- trill ...

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 December 1888

wy&vmwm 'W Wv WjFJiFKT i 9 - l. iVr - it iS(, ',' ' ' s "i w'.--,;,-&' Y ' r MBBMBM V The News-Herald; PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TUB lews-Herald Publishing Company. , W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.M A VEAR IN ADVANCE. HA.TKS TOR ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application.' XECEMBER 20, - - $&Q. If prompt action is required In any emergency, Gov. Foraker is tho man to ake it, from tho sitting down on a ireUel flag order oven by the President Mto tho suppression of lite "Whlto Caps" an Ohio. Tho first night after tho report -of the first outrago tho Governor sent a Ibedfellow for the "White Caps." Asaro tsultof tho mingled dreamsofthosleepers, ttho names of the members of tho order (about a thousand) are on file at Colum ibus. Somo of tho members paid their irespcctp to tho Governor by calling on Uilra. Tho terrible ordor has gone tho -way bf all tho earth. It is dead. Peace .to its fishes. This week wo publish two articles in replyto what has already appeared in...

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. — 20 December 1888

Eaamsarag HBjTELx " j? r.5 "iif.ET.ra- J.f-1 1 -i.it -- "ifafllataahiiaij fisMiat l'atCl'lh '.V. .1 ," . . .T . JW. F"Tr .. -jI 7-Jlt jaw . --- i 1 .. 7 -; iT'twrrft- ; 'I.pwt "!!?. w v? V. , 4 it ' 4 m The News-Herald. logf aid Building, . Malt Bt. DECEMBER 20, - - 1888. W mut 0c. for choice Mllllnr J. M.BOYD & CO. iTkMt. Ask 70a grocer for Foorester's city but ter crackers if you want something nico with' your oyjitersv Fountain pens at Detwllor's. Window glass at Garrett Bros. Diaries for 1889 at Bowles' Book Store. ' ' Yon can get Sachet powder at Garrett Bros'. Fine lino of cigars and tobacco at Haynie's. Two onnco bottle of vaseline at Gar- rett Bros. Oysters served in all styles at Haynlo's restaurant. . Fresh bread, pies, cakes, rolls, sc, dally, at Haynie's. Have you seen tho beautiful pictures at Morrow Bros.? Go to Haynie's restaurant and got a square meal for 25 cents. Christmas oysters, wholesale and re tail, at the 'West End Grocery. m Crosby Phillips was before hi...

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. — 20 December 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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