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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 July 1886

Cl ' LutU &r V? ud mmtwiimM9"Wwptam0wv'i VT .SlVl'JTI 2W3M3TAT8 v , i, . w ;('!'' ' i i ' tUi 'J ' "it 1o niM Mtfif M0 ' '' ' "f '.'i.l ri.-.ri u HW'Im-,, . ! . ! 10. '"" ''' ntfX ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO;, Q., WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1886. VOL. 60-NO. 16 ,if : t ' ' iimiMlllllMMl'MMrlrHHIllHIHI IMUIlimi'W Wl11"""""" TMT SSI I '0 l1 . Ml ll I IIIIIKI H W n lilHi urn n - frrriivri -? -I - - -yymwOTimtmww'ra r ., .,.; i Mit. .. ,... . Mtiif ull,v,-m3nTH mir'T" " TWIWaa Wm ' Wi f.' ' n fc . - ? ,. f .- :u:.r iSsautwft.t "'-- M-f -r m' " '. .- m h " .m. a: xj4.i. . i- :.. rMri mm.y:: ii i iv ' or.x.fi.MTi, i.t'i ',"r I ml r,i '1 . i m m m m rt ""'"" r At ike HMe ?. th Homier Poet. . Cl-uter of Cariosities frbm Greenleld, Indiana. ' , leelieato Cen-ecte4 with the nthoei' By ef aim Riley Private Theatricals Im a Ban.' Tha Iaveaia.Ctfca;flatUaaaa,aadtae Blrthflaao at, Mm BnwtU Booster Waaas Uaeasfc. attar l later Uta-Baw Fatal OhwUM GttaHM-War, Ifiadaaa , abont wlyaafaat Xa...

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. — 21 July 1886

-A1 '-" Fi" A' 'Vw 1 f-e (. t W ' A l mw v' ' "&& I It.ll i H i . a ,& S i :. The News-Herald. WbUMbVAT. JVLT St, II HILLSBORO. oino. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Of 7,000 persons inoculated for yel low fever by a Rio Janeiro physician only seven died of tho disease, although the epidemic was of unusual intensity. . ' The greatest length of Lake Michi gan is 300 miles; its greatest breadth, 108 miles; mean depth, 690 feet; ele vation, 500 feet; area, 23,000 square miles. Tiie Postmaster-General has added 452 ' post-offices to tho list of money order offices, the business of that num ber having increased during the yeai so as to como within the provisions of tho law. It is said that tho best strawberry country in tho world is a few miles north of Newark, N. J. During good seasons some of tho strawberries raised in that neighborhood aro so largo that it takes only twulvo of them to make a quart " TtiE New York board of aldermen have had prepared an elegant mcmoiial album for present...

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. — 21 July 1886

trgxtii .J. S T f . Li ? t rf . Hat. nhlcZii Wh0U; W The tidcSHiToerSl'tt'-laitf pooplo to'be fasclnate'd'bjr hbtorlety, and especially by criminal notorloty, is a curious study. A recent dispatoh ays that Mrs. Bartlett, tho woman lately tried in England on a charge of poisoning her husband, has, since her acquittal received Several advantageous offers of marrage. Parallel Cases mny be found'iljhSploity." feomo twenty years ago a'Scotch" girl named Made leine Smith was tried at Glasgow for poisoning her lover. The evidence was strong against heir, " but it was shown that the loyer was a disreputa ble adventurer who had driven the girl to desperation by threatening her with the exposure of certain letters she had written to him, and the jury returned the Scotch verdict "Not Proven.," No sooner was the prisoner free than offers of marriage poured in upon her, and this notwithstanding the general belief that she'haf! miedVhe man: y There appears to'be a sort of ycrank" J theory of ethl...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 July 1886

ksUA , -' v , ?tVjF.'SW.t S&9 UB mil i j The News-Herald. WKDNUUAY, Jl'LT SI, IMS. IIILLSBORO. OHIO. THE CHILDREN'S KINGDOM. I hear of n wonderful Paradise, A garden of bloom under luminous skies Where summer lasts all the rear. I know not where suoh a fair land mar bo; But a Paradise kingdom lies closo to mo In the hearts of tho children dear. It Is blessed and but ho and shining, And timer know aughtof sin: But. except vo beoomo as the little children, Ye can not enter In. I hear of a country where angels dwell. Whore rapturous melodies cast their spell, And glndness and ppneo endure T know not vv here such a fair land mar bo; But n kingdom of angels lies close to me In tho hearts of tho children pure. It Is blessed and blithe and shining. And nptor knows auffhtof sin: But, except o become as the Utllo children, ie can not cnior in. I hear of n Heaven of glory, where Ho sorrow can enter, or pain or care. And llfo and Its love are complete. I know not where such a fair land mar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 July 1886

a OLD FORT MEIGS, Vnwat Appear, ad Intonating Sw- naadlsg o' tfe Elitorio Spot Tha Preseat Outlook From the Old fort. IT.; amis r. xtuomm Fort Meigs oeeuptcs a lerel plateau, lo atod on the toutboMt bank of the Maumee. Ixtr feet abore the water, about one-half alia abore s-errysburg. 8tandlng on IU fcreezr height, the vlsloa extsads for grange of over twenty milet up and down the Taller. The location was no doubt originally selected M a site for the fort on account of Its expan sive outlook, as well as its stroaf naturrl de- iaT M &m zm (Ulrdieye View of Fort fenaes, for certainly 'there Is no spot In the State, or In the 'territory for many.mlles wont and northwest, that will favorably com pare with It as a point of extensive observa tion and scenlo beauty. From above for manr ml'es the silvery waters are seen, sparkling and flashing In their rapid flow over their rooky bed, winding among the I tretty green islands and put the rich bottom ands. covered with ripening gra'n. At t...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 July 1886

V. v The News-Herald. WliDRUDAT.iVLV SI. IMS. IIILLSBORO. : s OHIO. THE CHILDREN'S KINGDOM. I hear of a wonderful I'srsdlse, A imrilcn of bloom under luminous skies where summer lusts all the year. I know not whore suon a fair land mny ho; Hut a Paradise klnudom Ilea closo to mo In the hearts of tho children dear. It is blessed and bhtho aud shlnlmr. And nox er knows aught of sin: But, except vo becomo as tho littlo children, Ye can not enter In. I hear of a country whero angel dwell. Whoio rapturous melodies cast their spell, And Kindness and peace endure T know not "a hero such a fair laud may bo; i)ut n klnirdom of anjrels lies close to mo In tho henrlR of the children pure. It Is blessed and blithe and shining-. And never knows uughtof sin; Dut, except j e become as the littlo children, Vo can not cntor In. I hoar of n IIoaenof (rlory, where No sorrow can enter, or pain or oaro, Anil lifo nnd Its line are complete. I know not whero such a fair land may be; llut a Kingdom of Ilca...

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. — 21 July 1886

;' OLD FORT MEIGS. Pretest Appeuanos and Interesting Bur ronndlngi of the HUtorlo . Spot. Th Present Oatlook From th Old fart. BT JAMES P. ATOULt Fort Meigs occupies a level plateau, lo cated on tho southeast bank of the Maumee, sixty feet abore the water, about one-half mile abore Perrysburs;. Standing on Its breezy height, the vision extend for a range of over twenty miles up anddown the valley. Toe location was no doubt originally selected s a s.te for tho fort on account of Its expan alve outlook, as well as it strong natural de- s Umr- i:'" s li'rr.rrcnsi flt-t'ci "" u " iU . . rnum1. -r-, -turn wsssastmmw -.J.H4L -PTTU-r' (1I"i:f '' -iiaiM1. 3a3JggifriaMW ISgffijgsfa &m cs ? (Blrdseye View of Fort lenses, for certainly 'there is no spot In the State, or In the territory for many miles west and northwest, that will favorably com pare with It as a point of extensive observa tion and scenlo beauty. From abore for manr miles tho silvery waters are seen, sparkling and flashing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 July 1886

w r rL. m, ,.i1l,..,...ii.inia.lie -- "STTEv" I 3 M.V. RW ' LV.? ' fr ' r ti k is n SA . . P??i' DYSPEPSIA Cxmti Its victims to bo mlsprauto, hopeless, contused, and depressed In mind, very Irrita ble, languid, and drowsy. It W a disease which docs not get well ot Itself. It requires careful, persistent attention, and a remedy to throw oft the causes and tono up tho dlgcs tlvo organs till they perform their duties willingly. Hood's Barsaparilla lias proven just tho required remedy In hundreds ot cases. " I havo taken Hood's Barsaparilla tor dys pepsia, from v. hlcli 1 ha o suffered two years. I tried many other medicines, but none proved ro satisfactory ns Hood's Barsaparilla." Thomas Coox, Brush Electric light Co., Kew York City. Sick Headache " For the past two years I bar been afflicted with severe headaches and dyspep- kla. I was Induced to try Hood's Barsapa-' rllla, and havo lound .groat relief. I eneer fully recommend It to all." Bus. K. F. Axnjuile, New Haven, Conn. Mrs. Mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

-i(T tw' 0 - rW IP Wr ,aiMrwWM wrA4 H". ftwrfMWwo. yMi'iB k . ' ' & ,i ti Art ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 17 NEWS S taeajk aMBMk'" a(. ? . j W g MnW'V4MMakt HERALD ," i kf KNIGHT OF THE BMP Meandering Around Madi son, Indiana. Joe Mulhattan mi a Newspaper Liar, bis Obampionsbip being: Awarded before tbe Editor of tbe Gazette Arrived on' tbe Scene. U the Okie m the "City of fcalMa" A Strea; Teaatattoa to Write Poetry Fertaaately Castaer ei laetker Caettaat . At Claeiaaatl loae ward Boaai. We Sundayedat Greenfield, tbe home of the "Hoosier Poet," tho birthplace of the Democratic Rooster and. whore' the Galling gan b claimed .to have been in vested. Harry Plerson, also of this place, claims to be the real inventor of Colt's pistol. He says he has the origi nal specifications and description papers for this patent. The papers were said to have been lost in the patent office but in a few months afterward one of the clerks in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

- f V -''' rr-i- " J (, - yy IJ . f IA" -. I&L . i ? i i I" r . The News-Herald. WnXIUAT, JULY M, ISM. HILLSBORO. omo. TOPICS OF THE DAY. , An English naval architect, in a re Cent lecture before tho Royal Naval College, stated that a warship, to bo even approximately perfect, should -weigh about 25,000 tons and cost at least $10,000,000. . I Horatio Seymour's monument, just completed in Forest Hill Cemetery, Utica, consists of a great boulder which the ex-Governor himself selected for the purpose. It has been carved into tho form of a sarcophagus. t There aro 16,000 government clerics in Washington, and their average nal ary is about $1,000. As the capital is a a costly place to livo in, the majority of these stipendiaries can not do more than make both ends meet with their wages. Tins has been a famous year for mu nicipal celebrations. Springfield, Mass., Providence, R. I., and Portland, Me., have held commemorations of their set tlements or incorporations within a few months,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

4;v - y h r ; innUmer es. A Cotaaerelal Mttilestary! Kxgwrlenea la m Strletly Ftatt-ClMt Hotel. Wiia nil tho ether commercial tramps 1 havo always taken two and two fifty por day rooms In the hotels in tho various towns and cities on my route. Arriving at Richmond llio other day, mnd being a ltltlo over In oxponso ao connt I determined upon the plcnsuro of experiencing the best room in the housofora-chaBge. , "Sliowjtho trentleman to 65. Sam.1' (whlchjWas lirst floor front at fo per day).' V "This way, boss," said the sudden smiling Sam, and 1 was' shown into n really comfortable, chocrful-looking apartment. Now I had onlycurolcssly thought of tho extra expenso ns amounting to $2.60 por day, but alas, I was mistaken. When I had not been too proud to occupy rooms at half tho price I was now paying I had also beon content to Say tho porters and bell-boys a few imes BQWtMd;theB and 1 occasionally invcsted'ln bottle of claret or sherry at moderate priced and in taking my first floor roo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

it; "' -ri o &;& !& ft V,rf.fV ,, The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY U- HY THK j Jfowc-Herald Publishing Company. ! W. Barrtrs. Btbtt Barms. E. R. Pitrson. SUBSCRIPTION, II.SO A VIAR IN ADVANCE. RATKS FOR ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. JULY 28, - 1886. There Is one (load-line that limits the 1ouillo Influence. The conl-oll gang can't purchase a reserved seat in para dise for old Tayno. . Professors. EH T. Tappan, of Kenyon Collfgc, Gambler, O., and J. P. Treat, editor of the Geneva Time, are men tioned as candidates for School Coinmia xionur before the State Convention. The Senatorial. Committco has been Kti.sUincd in its decision in tho Payne case by a vote of 44 to 17, but tho ac count is not yet square. Wait till the people of Ohio have so.-no transactions with the boodlers who disgraced the good naino of the State, and with the limber-willed Republicans who helped to put the crowning act of shame on the series of disgraces which the U. S. Senate has go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

I y & '"0 3 The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggrd Building, W. M(n St. JULY 28, 1880 The circulation of a newspaper deter mine the value ot tie columns at an ad vertttlng mediae. The NBWS-HKHAI.D hat by far the Urges elrentattoa ot any paper In Highland eountv, which fast ad vertlsers would do well to bear In mind. Our llita are open to their Inspection. Mr. Joseph Mnlltnlx, of Sprlngflel I, Ik -visiting relatives In Hllliboro. Judge Edgar Evans, of Chlllioolbe, held ourt here two days of Utt week. Mn. William Barley vlilted friend and relatives In Mew Vienna last week. Miss Llllle Harrison, ot New Vienna, thegoestof Mlas Minnie Williams. Mrs. Tramp, of Springfield, was a gnest of Mr. and Mrs. L. Dstwller last week. , Mr. Wendell Moore, of Springfield, Isvlslt log bli mother on Sooth High street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Taylor and family are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kelson. Miss Laura Bodson Is vUltlng friends In Halnbrldge and hlllloothe this week. Mrs. 8. Wolfstetn, of Cincinnati, I...

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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. — 28 July 1886

V "' The News-Herald. WKB.IKaStAY.JtJLT SO, IBM. UILLSBORO. : t t OHIO. " STRENGTH. that man Is strong who puts beneath Us feet Tho mean and vllo, And In whose heart where all kind feelings meet There Is no guile. Who Is not moved when passion's gusty winds White cap tho seas, Sut high upon the mount of reason finds A throne of pence. Who bides his tlmo whon shafts of malice fall Around him fast And knows that ho shall rise above them all Victor at last. And though success upou him seems to frown, Ills cause forlorn. Vet sees by faith iilur a shining crown Ills brows adorn. Who swones not from tho narrow path of right, Truo tn the polo Whose star through all the Bloomy shades of night Illumes his soul. Who strives each day some higher point to gain In higher life, Each day bclioMs some subtlo tempter slain Amid tho strile. Tills man Is strong, and each day stronger grows In moral strength. Just as the rit cr widens at It Hows To greater length. O. Jl". Ciofti, fn Chicago tnttr Ocean...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

y i WHOLESAtt 8LAUQHTER. tt Was Bndcntly Intended br he Chleaaa AnarcHSats Witness WalUr DlsalosM further DatMia of tha Diabolical Plot- An Informer Who Duel Not l'roro a Good Wltntit for the State Proof that glelden Fired the First Shot. Cbicaqo, July 19. In the Anarchists trial the examination ot Waller wai proceed with Saturday morning;. T Enget atid Fischer, the defendants, wan t present, E,ngei prnpose-u roe piu wwiw ing to which, whenever It came to a conflict, bombs should be thrown Into ifia notice and the riflemen should post thernselres In lino and shoot down whoever eauma out of the tiollce stations. It should proceed In that war till they got Into the city, and the fight should com mence in earnest. There was some oppo sition to the plan. One man thought there were too few, and it would be better it they placed themselves right in the middle of the crowd In the city, and commenced the light right there. There was opposi tion to that, as they could not tell who might be t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1886

' f, j , " -,,r -, ' "V. E ISncklen's Arnica Halve. 'I'Iik Dot Batvo In the world for Cuti, Braises, Hoim. Ulotr. Salt Bhcnra, Fever Bores, Tetter. (iimpiHI Hands, Chilblains. Oorm, and ill M. I ii KrnplIona,anrl positively cures Plies, or i.ii pay required. It is gnsrantced to give en t r- witiafsctlsn, or money refunded. Price U3 !hhii ier box. 'KOI! SALE DY Beybert A Co. ept9yt SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. I.'. I hiiiI H. P. Bcott.ex'rs. etc.. vs. Win. W II n.-r H nl. Highland County Court of i ..iiiiiiiiii neas. cose No.vau. .OlIDKll OFSALK. In iniiKiiiinceof nil order Issued from Hie i unit of Common t'lonH wltlilu and (or the ..iini of lllgblnml ami Htiile of Ohio, innile t i Hi- April term thereof A. t). lx.se, hiiiI In ii. uii uieil, I will ofldr for hhIm mi public i.ini mi mine uoor or ine uouriiiiiu.e, m tin inwnnt II 1 1 Inborn, on Kill Hi-day, Angnst 21st, A. 1. 18S0, M mi.' o'clock p. in. of Ruld (lay, tlie follow. In j ilHMi'rinnl mill enlnti. In wit : siiiinit in Hie ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1886

-? ,j'.t Id. &Mi"i i r ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1886. VOL. 60 NO. 18 THE NEWS-HERALD. y I I'l- I t -V '. ft FRANKFORT-OME-MAIN, A Description of It by Dr. John B. Hirons. Rugged Hillsides Crowned with Crumbling Itulns of Fa mous Fortresses, Ana Every Variety of Graid Scenery on the Rough Road-ray from Hehlelberg to Frank fort-on-thc-Maln. The Home of the Rothchllds The Zoolog. leal Garden The Bomer Qoethe- bans TheBethmann Museum Other Places which Tourists Vlilt. FltANKFOnT-ON-TIIK-MAl.V, annuAXY, July 12th, 1880. The scenery from Heidelberg to Frank fort is indeed beautiful. It consists of mountain and valloy, with rocks tossed in wild contusion hero and there, taking every different variety of form now liko a giant sitting on the side of the hill, now liko the ruined wall of some old fortress, now like a column raised to commemorate some great event, now like the crest of a warrior's helmet, plumed with feathery trees ; they afford t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1886

' VV,V v .k:v Vf v w-'v' 5t ' jT !. ? IH Iff f IV Fa ' '.ti .?. -' ." 1 The News-Herald. WEBHMBAY.AUtttmT. ISSt. HILLSBORO. OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The English war department lias succeeded In making a cannon which cost $1,000,000, and uses $1,000 worlii of ammunition every time it Is fired. St. Louis is going to spend $20,000 in ablaze of light during the nutumnal festival, and poor old Chicago, says the tSt Louis Republican, will rub its eyes and try to figure out how the aurora borealis has been shifted around to the South South by West SraCnxiuEs Dilke, after the out come of tho Dilkc-Crawford scandal, recognizing tho fact that having lost his character and political influence in Eng land, has gone to tho South of France. At one time he was second in popu larity to Gladstone only. A Mojave Indian medicino man has been clubbed to death, beheaded and cremated for allowing too many of his patients to die. This sad event shows tho folly of attempting to practice med icine without a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1886

iif-l l VI V -f- FIXING, THE GUILT. The Bvldoaia Afataat the Anar ohlsfts Qfiws Mtoro BenioM.i A Detective Tells the Remit of nil Investi gations mtnMin Who Saw Spies Ig nite the Fate and Schnaubelt Throw the Bomb at the Police. . TIABD HITS AT TIIE ANARCHISTS. CmcAoo, July 84.-7 Yesterday's evidence in the'Anarchlst trial was laraolv of n cor roborative character.. 1'irst came si burly. .-1 I.I ... ii u... .;.. 1 HuwuBwpor uajuiu nem, wbmb testi mony went toTsbow Nocbe's knowledge of and partial responsibility for tho famous "Revenge" circular. OustaT'Lehnian, one of tho Anarchists, described tho manufnet tire of the bombs at Lingg's lodgings and his visit to' Ned's Hall, where they were distributed. Lingg gave him a small satchel, containing bombs, fuses and caps; also a tin box ullod with dynamite. Witness took tho articles home and hid them in the woodshed. He became scared during the night, and got out of bod and carried the stuff away out on a prairie where ho left It. He'afto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1886

-tf tfh Thd News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1 BY THE NewsHerald Publishing Company. 6. W. Bamrt. Bibtt Bsrrtr. E. R. Pltnw. UMCMfTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATK8 'FOB ADVEBTI8ING Mad Known on Application. AUGUST 4, 1886. NOTICE ! llll ;hland County Republi can Primary Elec tion. A primary election will be hold by llio Hopubllcans of Highland county, at tin) usual places of voting in each of the several precincts, between the hours of ono and seven o'clock in tho afternoon on Saturday, August 14th, 1880, for the purpose of determining their choice of candidate for Congress in the Twelfth District, subject to the decision of the Republican Convention at Chillicothe, Ohio, September 14th, 1880. Alt persons possessing the legal quali fications of electors and consistent sup porters of the principles and candidates of the Republican party, will be entitled to vote at such election, and they shall designate by ballot their choice for Congress from this district. The person rece...

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