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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 January 1889

mpmr r w.-u-, --v WWV vw ,vr :Tr "' frr.,." 3 7 s m4tw AtAMB -W - iWi M NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, P. THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1889. cim JL 'relieve of chi dpe, with ueir to 14 This ago presents tho preatest booty Solvation Oil ; it cures bo soon. When Christmas came with its stood cheer, its fun, and its merry making, we used to deprecate its colds, but this wns long ago, before tho da8 of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. Now it is very different. A new era him dawned on us, and great and Bmnll, little and tall, merry and all, aro happy. m A Lapeer (Mich.) girl in a company of girls, tried to throw her foot around her neck. She accomplished this with tho aid of n young lady friend, but in tho doing of it she ruptured a blood vessel, and will probably die. Dr. Price's Orcatn linking Powder nnd Delicious Flavoring Extracts, being free from all drugs nnd poisonous chemicals, prudent housewives givo them tho pref erence. Tho Hying equirrels are a great nuisance at the Episcopal church in Baiubridge, ...

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. — 24 January 1889

h f Jr. I i L-t'- ! 'r , -y , ?. ")" . NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOKO, Q. THURSDAY, JAiSfDAtlY '24, 1889. V T 'I . 8 A i v W If POWDE! Absolutely Pure. This powder never vanes. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wholosomeness. More eco nomical than tbo ordinary kind, and cannot be lold In competition with the multitude of low teat, short weight alum or phosphate ponders. Sold only in cant. Botal Bakino Powder Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. URE ENFIELD. January 21st, 1880. Tho ro vi vnl meetings At nil tho churches are still progressing with considerable in terest. Mr. John Boyd has moved his steam saw-mill from tho east side of town to Indiana, and is now preparing material to erect three or four new dwellings for rent on the lot where tho mill stood. Miss Shimp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shimp, is lying very seriously ill from nervous prostration. Mr. H. M. Devoss has been confined to his room for two weeks or more from sickness. A great many very bad cases of rheu matism havo been roported...

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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. — 31 January 1889

' NHS'"(C - '.f V NEWS-HERALD. CCTARI ItUFn 1RQ7 Entered at Postofflce.Hlllsboro, COlADLianCU IOOI. 0hio, ai second-olMs matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1889. VOL. 52 NO. 42 ?" f-wrrr- THE 7 KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Lands in New York City, And Has Now "Written the &nBt of a Series of Interest tag Letters. On Board ti "City of Rome,'' Summer, 1888. f .As we mentioned in our last the storm was off Monday morning and we were promised fine weather during the re mainder of our voyage. We had all recovered from our shaking up by Tues day morning, and the voyage was truly delightful. Now nearly every day there took place on deck somo contest or game that was entered into by great zest by the passengers. A fat, ruddy faced Hungarian, who only spoko a few words of English and, a real son of the Emerald Isle, with an inexhaustible amount of native Irish wit, added much to the fun of thcao sports. The Hun garian and the Irishman always took a part in the performances a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 January 1889

r "1 A ( H . ?' ' .V'', k. "- I'l , - ' "hf. ,J ., ,K ' Sbws-hebald, hillsboro, o.-Thursday, January 81. 1889. 2 f bv .. ( t . P.. TO-DAY IN NAZARETH. The Site of Joseph's Car pen tnr-Shop and Other Historical Point. Ono of tho best views of tho city Is to bo hnd from tho campnnllo of tho Church of tho Annunciation. In tho distnnco is tho brow of tho hill to which Jesus was led by tho onragod multitude who attempted to throw him from It. A modern houso in tho fore ground brings to mind tho tlmo whon thoy uncovorcd a roof and lot down tho bed whorcon tho sick of tho palsy lay. This must bo very much tho samo kind of houso as that historical ono of Capornaum. Thoro is tho peculiar roof, and thoro nro tho oulsldo stairs leading to tho roof. Tho Eastorn house-holder makos his roof servo for moro than a protection from tho weather. It is tho piazza, tho qulot placo of tho dweller, and somotlmc3 it becomes his summer rosidonce, As a rulo it Is not very heavy or very strong. Hnftors nro th...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 January 1889

Ui f tfu NEWS-HERALD, HILSLBOBO, .0 THURSDAY, JAHtTART 31, 1889. jr -Ha wm selecting; resents (or his girl before Christmas. He bought an amber ' eotnb, a box of caramels! and a bottle of Dr, Boll's Cough Syrup, and showed himself thereby a right sensible dude. "Enterprises of greatpith and moment" are so engrossing the minds of men, that they neglect their own affairs, and grow old with pain, forgetting that a bottle of Salvation Oil will cure all. ' Two ladies have been elected bank directors in Atlanta. The blood is the sourco of health. Keep it pure by taking Hood's Sarsapa rilla, which is peculiar in its curative power. ' The season's oyster crop of tho Dela ware River and bay is a failure. m Itch, mange, and scratches on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by Wool fora's Sanitary Lotion. This never fails. Sold by W. R. Smith & Co., druggist, Hillsboro. Of tho 108 members of tho Illinois Legislature 128 were born outside tho ft Btat0- e English Spavin Liniment removes an h...

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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. — 31 January 1889

k V f L cv T jtr: V7 ,-.' " v ; i . . .- "37 i" 7,m, ,i , " rv ' "vj 7 ,"4 " ' , ' V ' 'i ' f. NEWS-HERApD; giLLSBOR; P THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1889. I ' kw . liA PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TUB News-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. BARRERE. EBEE BARRERL SUBSCRIPTION, fl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE, RA.TB3S FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. JANUARY 31, - 1889. Damage suits seom to bo the order of the day. In addition to the case of Adam Berkes vs. Q. B. Cumberland and others, mentioned in the lost issue of the Kkws-Hkrald, there is a damage cose in which Col. Tom Vance is plain tiff, claiming $10,000 damage for injuries received at the hands of W.A.and John Abo Moborley. A btief account of the trouble between Mr. Vance and the Moberloys we gave some time ago. But the southeastern portion of the county still forges ahead in the third damage emit brought by James Snyder against Dr. Milford Funk. Mr. Snyder sues for $5,000 damages, which he claims he has sustained from the inability er...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 January 1889

li 'A" V NEWS-HEJRALD, HILLSBdftO, 0. TtttTKSBAY, JANUARY 31, 1889. !ke WwBW Ifloei Boggard Building, W. Mala St. F.JANUARY 81, 1889. Ask you grocer for Foerester's city bat ter crackers if you want something nice with your oysters. Miss Erne Ayers is absent on a visit of some weeks to Muncie and Anderson, Indiana. m Miss MariaHammer.of Yellow 8prings, 0., was a visitor at Mrs. John Conard's lost week. Mrs. Ohas. J. West, of Villlsca, Iowa, la visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Recce. Mr. J. F. Allison left on Saturday for Louisville, Ky., to visit bis brother, Dr. Ohas. Allison. An excellent dinner or supper, includ ing oysters, can be had at the Oity Ball Saturday for 25 cents. . Ttia' Imniomotlt filllh will meet at Mhe residence of Capt. E. Carson on Friday 'evening of this week. Miss Josle Barrere returned yesterday (Wednesday) to her home in Columbus tafter a two months' visit with relatives it this place. Mr. Ed. Griffith, who has been quite sick for some time past, is a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 January 1889

7w .1 Vf ,- ' jj ',,("' W. J i V TJ f K 6 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOROQ. THURSpAY, JANUARY 31; 1880, il ?i I '"'I V IM I' ft ! V' Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under thli Hand aa tolltwi: 1 Inch , peryer HO bi Inch, peryenr - 5 Kind poryear - - - 8 TenllnuBof mistype makellnou. S II. COLLINS, BlLLSBOBO, Ouio. A Notary Public In the Office. OnriCE Rooms Nod. 1 and 2 Smith Block, comer Main and High streets. Tir T. OUKUHEH, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, Uii.lsboro, Ohio. Collections Promptly Attended To. Ofkicr In Court House T. P. VANCB. JMtN T. IIIIIK. TTANCE & HIRE, A.TTOH3TB"5rS -A.X LAW, HiLLsnoito, Ouio. Office Btrausa Bulldlntl. n, M. BBOWN. W. W. GLENN. B UOWN A GLENN, Physicians and Surgeons, HtixanoBo, Ouio. OrriOE No. 17 North High Street, Hlbben Building, up-stalrs. o. n. Gardner. O.N. HAMS. 1 (JAIlUNKIt & SAMS, r.A."w Hillsiioiio, Ohio. Ofi iub Ovor Jiu-ub Baylor is Son's Jow olry rtturo, Mouth HIkIi Btrcot. yrr o. uuokwall, v. d. s. HILLSBORO.O. Office Opposite D...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 January 1889

f ft ,n ? ! 1 '-. i) f1 tfEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO. O. THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, 1889. 1 J"1 mummMirmtuA x iutevfir'tcnds lo diminish strongth ihl bo removed from the system For thos weakening diseases of baby hood colic, dinrrhocn, etc., uso ur. Ball's Baby Syrup which always cures. For functional disordernofthostoniach, llv.er, or bowels uso Lnxndor, the stftst and surest remedy thatcan bo employed. Prico only 25 cents. A woman 102 yours old arrived at Blddeford, Mo., over the Grand Trunk from Canada tbo other day with her husband, njred 80 Slio could speak Eng lish, French and Irish. m Twenty-four years of an honorable business career, ninuty-nine out of every hundicd customers sntlsited, where sales run up into the many thousands annu ally, i surely something to bo proud of. Such is tho record of the Marlon County Importing Company, whoso advertise ment in another column wo direct especial attention to. California fruit growers have discover ed that fruit can bo kept fresh for a long t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 January 1889

datr vaSmfsm"' - Wnm. v l "Tfc Mf?, T' ftX3:TiuW'V,T!r'' 7V w ..-,. .1 ;- "K,'-ii IV f r 'u 8 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, P. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1889, fir rvtt n rip f n "l f 7 ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powdor noTcr varies. A mar vol of puri ty, Btrength ami wboloiomeneia, Moro eco nomical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be told in competition tilth the multitude of low tent, short wdght alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Bakinq Powder Co.. 100 Wall 8t., N. Y. (JREKNFIELI). .Tahuary 28th, 1889. Tho rovival meetings at the churches still continue with considerable interest. Brother Sprung has taken a long step forward in presenting to his subscribers a fine weekly paper. Tho Enterprise 1b now an eight-page, forty-eight-column paper, and is a credit to tho town and county, as well as to Mr. Sprung. Mr. John Williams arrived homo the latter part of last week, after about four years spent in tho AVest. Tho regular meeting of tho W. C.T.U. will bo hold on Friday af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 February 1889

i -H 2 Jit . tJI',,s'1 tfTtrfc I ' ' , SE r THE NEWS-HERALD. , CCTARI IfiUFfi 1R37 Entered at Post-offlee, Hillsboro, C9lADI.IOnCU iOOI. oiilo, lis fcocond-olBBH multor. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Om THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1889. VOL. 52 KG. 43 I .ft a 'COLUMBUS LETTER, la Wlich Trusts mid Combinations ns They Exist In Canada and the United States are Revised. Trusts were referred to at the close of our lost note. If the question had been asked, ten years ago, what a trust was, Webster's definition of tho word would havo been given and no significance attached to the word any more than to thousandsof other words in theabstractB. But to-day tho Arabian Knights ; enter tainment is scarcely less fanciful than ftho reality of that word "trust" taken in tne concrete, in January, moa, tne House of Representatives passed a reso lution directing tho committee'on manu factures to inquire into the names, num ber and extent qf the combinations as pools, trusts and other like titles alleged to exis...

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 February 1889

Y V ' yVi i v ( r i Vi t, v. 'v"mi 'v , - 'S v i I J3 2 yWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1889. ill" - ' K.7 V(,' BOARD OF SCHOOL EXAMINERS List of questions Fropeundcd on Sat arriay, Jnnnary 2d. .H1IYSIOLOGY. What circumBtnnco stimulates tho sal ivary glands to secrete tho saliva copi ously ? What circumstanco stimulates tho flow of gastric julco? By what muscular action is tho cavity of the chest enlarged ? Why does tho fracture of the spinal column produce paralysis ? Namo thrco functions or ofllccs of the skin. Natuu the cssels by which the blood passes from the right sldu of the heart to tho left. Of what use is tho iinir that grows in tho nostrils? Of whut use is the car wax? What constitutes a mixed diet ? How nro iluids swallowed ? What is meant by tho "vital eddy ?" What is epithelium? Connective tis sue? Choroid oo.it? Conjunctiva? Iris? Retina? AKIT1IMKTIC find tho largest number that is con itained without a remainder in 2 5-9, 0 7 48, Hi and 10 1-0. Which ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 February 1889

'j NEWS-HERALD, HILSLBORO, .O THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1889. kQtreyour neighbor a helping hand by FlfeMMiending him to keep vt. nana ' BvruD in hla family for all the ills tbles are subject to. Laxador, the "golden" remedy for bowel and stomach complaints has achieved a moat brilliant success. It eliminates the poison from the blood, searching, cleansing and purifying the whole system. It costs only 25 cents. At all druggists. New York has but 450 labor unions out of COO in cxistenco a year ago. Itch, mange, and scratches on human or animals cured in 5K) minutes by Wool- ft.s'i QnnUdnf T.nftntl. Thlo nnvnt fntla I' ) Sold by W. R. Smith & Co., druggist, Hillsboro. m Twelve of the county superintendents of schools in Kansas are women. . . m . English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses, blood spfevin, curbs, splints, sweeney, ring-bone, stifleB sprains, all swollen throats, coughs, etc. LSavefoO by use of one bottle. Warranted. (old ...

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. — 7 February 1889

T" "nrrrtT "W'-Y "nrv 4 NSWSrit&iDiH (i J2 . V f JT ,f -f'"; 1 I , I . .- ! I ; h? ty ? a s i 1 i !c 5glx SwsSbtv PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BY TUB- News-Herald Publishing Company. t. W. BARRERE. EBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RA.TJES ITOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. FEBRUARY 7, 1889. Chilllcotho lain luck. Rev. Sam Small Is to lecture thero on the 22d day of February. "Old Sol", as a Btnndard of lime, Is about to 1)0 Hiipi-nudud by n Rathbone now bill, which proposed the establish, ment of a legal standard timo. This will destroy the time-honored custom of rt'Kulatin uncertain tiim pieces by first looking at the sun. Intense excitement prevails in Mon roe, Michigan. Small-pox is raging as an epidemic ; the schools have all been ordered closed and every one to be vaccinated. Rev. Father Leavy, of the Catholic Church, died last Tuesday morning of small-pox. Tho Mt. Sterling Tribune says that ten baiuh of wild dogs havo been seen in Fayetlo county; a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 February 1889

ii 1 ,, TTT-ir-i NimMiimiifciiiMfclAllfliMm'iia rn r I V t ,M Oflati jbggMtcl Bnlldlay, W. Mala It. FEBRUARY 7, 3 1889. you grocer for Foerestor's city bat kers if you want something nice our oysters. i -Am Harry McCoy, of Ooluinbus, spent y with friends here. Bobbett, railroad agent at Lynch was on our streets last Saturday. Snitb, Burns & Co. weigh coal on city andglve eighty pounds forabushel. Sirs. Wm. Trout, of Lancaster, ij visit- ingher parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Eeece. o Leave orders for coal with Smith, Burns '& Co. and have it weighed on city flciles. Miss Mary Smith, of Cincinnati, is vis ithg amengst her relatives and former frjorids in Hillsboro. " Mr. W. 0. Woodrow, of Nebraska City, 'eb., formerly ot Lynchburg, was visit" lag friends in Hillsboro recently. W. F. Missionary Society will meet in the League room at the M. E. Church Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. m Mr. and Mrs. 0. S. Price are .spending few days at Memphis, Tenn., and other parts in the "Sun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 February 1889

tj . a "j v "v "... - 5 'it.' ' 4s 'X; V t' I)y 'p 'r4 WfM o NEWS -HERALD, HILLSpORO, O: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1889. LSB nr CLE U ft V. I'ty w l m Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under thii Heat) at feflews: t I noli, peryoar - -- .....110 y Inch, per year - 2 Vilnol' per year... .. 8 Totillnesof ttalstypemakelineh. fl It. COLLINS, Iltixsnono, Ohio, A Notary Public in the Office. OFFicr.-ltoomn No. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main and HIrIi streets. TIT T. GBKU1IEB, Notary Publio and Oonveyanoor, aii.MnoBo.Oinp. Collection Promptly Attended To. OirriCK In Court House. T.F.VANCK. iOUK T. IIIKJC. -TTT ANCK HIKE, ATTORNEYS -A-0? X.A."W, HlLLSIIOIto, OHIO. OFFICR-Straus Building. K. M. DUOWN, W. W. OLENN. B1 lltOW.N A GLENN. Physicians and Surgeons, HiLtsnono, unto. Office No. 17 North High Stroot, Hibbeti Uoildlng, iip-Btalw. . Il.aAUDNBII. O.N.SAMS. fl GARDNER SAMS, !SrTOR3srB"5rs a.t x..a.w Hillsrouo, Ohio. OrricK Over Jucoti snyler it Son's Jow elry more, South High Street. "T7" ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 February 1889

T" NEWSr-HBRALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1889. f I ) r-r "Otlullo'B occupation's gone" Ho used p spend dnys ntid niphts cursing tho foes ninl ttio rheumatism. Now he only cb down and laughs to think how easily he was cured by Salvation Oil, at 25I:ent8. Wi. H. Vunderford, E(j., editor of the Democratic Advocate, Westminster, Mdwrites writes that he has used Dr. Bulls Cough Syrup and known it to be ft rod medicine. Buy it. Try it. 25 cena. I Mi taw York has a restaurant that sort off oversea things. An establishment trailing Central Park roads has a sign, "JJidles' Itensturant; Reserved Seats-for gditlctnen." o you have dvsnentic troubles? ko Hood's Sarsaparllla, which has re lived thousands and will euro you. Spld by druggists. .--. In Liverpool the rate of mortality is 1.8 per cent. Every fourth funeral is mt of a child under one year old, and very second funeral 1b that of a child nder five years old. Some of ho most troublesome stomach Ind kidney disorders result from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 February 1889

MeaKSflfiSMdWisa v- I t " !- ft ft 7 v:.? If TOP t -1 i i '7.- :r j t v " -; . . . f V v ' NEWS-HERALD, HILLgBORO, O. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7, 1889. 8 r? '. ',.. v.l 1 'dm 1 . I . 171 i fc.U. POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never variei. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wliolosomenosB. More eco nomical than tbo ordinary kinds, and cannot bo told in competition with the multitude of low teat, short weight alum or phosphate ponders. Sold only in cam. Royal Dakino Powoeb Co.. 100 Wall St., N. Y. I.EKSUUItti. February 4th, 1889. Mr. Joliu Miller, of Dayton, was visit ing relatives and friends in this place last week. Mr. Newton Barrett, of Lancaster, vis ited his sister, Mrs. A. G. Thurman, last week. Mr. aud Mrs. John Gordon gave a party last Friday night in honor of their son, Earnest. About ten couples wero present and enjoyed a good time. Miss Allie Smith and her friend, of Butlerville,are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hnrcum. Aunt Millie Taylor, who has been quite sick for some time,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 February 1889

-V,,?. i--.o---j I - , r-j- M ' r a LMCsL&lsWLt u .' 1 -HERALD. H k:J !!' vJ H i m w At ESTABLISHED 1837. SJSSSSSS HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1889. VOL. 52NO. 44 'I f ' ' B - SSI Saw ( SVl 1 I" trAnii -L JKfflwr''' '" ! -, f 'AX V, r J , ' :'-'! ' ju1-. ?.' ..'? " NEViS .. ' - bbS sH sssl sssl :) I m t Sa if. ? KNIGHT OF THE GRIP In the City of Magnificent Distances, From Which Place Ho Writes an Interesting IiOtter Con cerning Their Society and Customs. Washington D. 0., Jan. 30th, 1889. Washington at present is in the height of its social season. Receptions, dinners, teas, balls and partleB make up the great majority of social happenings. It has been said that all that Is required to en ter Washington society is a swallow tailed coat and a stock of small talk, and when one makes a few social observa tions the saying Beems to be well found ed. This is pre-eminently acosmopolltan city. A walk down one of the mala venues on a fine afternoon will make this...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 February 1889

T -' j 'TV ' " I " ' 1 X f i - i .j -t . J t" '. i ' ZD NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOKO, 0. THUBSDJT, FEBRUARY ji, 1889. i; Hi h II ' V? : l its i FULL OF FUN. Nohody has Invented a contrivance whorohy a man at tho thcator can drop a cont in tho slot and got a clovo. Sick man to his physician "What aro your rates, doctor?" Physician "Ten dollars a folio for bulletins, with 10 por cent, off for cash." Minneapo lis Tribune. Mr. Lazybones thinks it is lucky wo nro notcontipedes, becausoit would bo such dreadful work to button on fifty pairs of boots ovory timo wo wish - od to tako a walk. Youth's Compan ion. "How did you manage to enpturo such a hnndsomo wife, Mr. Tuckor, when you nro such a homoly man?" "O, my good clothos did it; 1 just put on my best bib and tuck hcv." Chicago Tribune. Husband ' 'Professor Widohoad paid you a very fine compliment after dinner Inst night, my dear." Wifo "Oh, did he; what did ho suy?" Hus band "Ho said that you woron't hnnd somo, but you woro ono of tho most i...

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