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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 May 1889

". ' t' -.i It ;y Vi-, t r. ' in lVl ,AV V- ts". ,. NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1889. '- 5A fi BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. makotno famous Uoreo Brand Maker Blankota. The remains of Mrs. Mary Connelly, burled over five years ago at Danville, Pa,, woro found in perfect prppervuiion a few days since, and even tlio flowers were unfaded. When Baby was sick, we gavo her Custom, When sho iru ft Child, sho cried forCastoila, WJien she became Mto, sho clung to Castorla, When sho had Children, she gave thorn Cartorla. The onioa market 19 glutted, and one Allegan, Mich., man who had 3,000 Jjushels stored awaiting a markot has fceen obliged to throw them on his farm as a fertilizer. Evton Rapids, Mich. J. M. Loose Rku Clovek Co., Detroit. Two years ago I was afllicted with a very severe attack of erysipelas. After two physicians bad used their treatment for several weeks and I continued grow ing rapidly worse, being by this time completely blind, and in their diagnosis concluded...

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. — 9 May 1889

POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of puri ty, strength Mid wlioloKomencFS. Moro eco nomical than tlm ordinary klndi, and cannot bo sold In competition with tho multitude of low tost, ohort wclRlit alum or phosphate powders. Soil only in cant. IIoyat. Diking Powdkb Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. LYNCHHUIU1. May 0th, 1881). Ed Wheatley and wife, of Winchester, aro visiting Thomas Dumenil and wife. U. S. Revenue Agunt, Sumnicrvillo, was liero lost week investigating the distillery. A. J. Fields still continues poorly. Ho has been confined to his bed sinco last fall. 0. S. Hammer, P. M., sold his house hold goods and will shortly go west. There was a heavy frost hero last Sat urday morning, but owing to tho dry ness of the earth no perceivable damage was done. Tho stono work on the new school house is about completed and tho brick work will bo pushed forward immedi iately. Farmers aro generally done planting corn in this vicinity. The K. of r.'s of this placo went to ...

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. — 16 May 1889

' p Xyy-" -jii y ? Wf7?p ., f , " If ' . 4A V AAw. ,-, , f $ THE NEWS-HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-ofnco, Hlllsboro, Olilo, at (second-class mnttor. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. VOL 52 NO. 5 1 A ' , 4 .) k X N. " KNIGHT OF THE GRIP, A Description and History Of "the Statues nnd Monuments in the "City of MiiRniH- cont Distances." llncoln Park and Onr First Martyred President's Monument President Harrison's Health Robert G. Dlalne. Washington, D. 0., May 4th. To give anything liko a complete de scription and history of the ninny statues and monuments in tho "City of Magnificent Distances" would, perhaps, bo tedious, besides requiring moro thno and space than I now havo at my dis posal, yet a few words about some ol tho most celebrated ones may not provo wholly uninteresting. Nearly every hero In tho history of our nation has, 80ino placo in Washington, his reproduc tion in bronzo or marble. There Is scarcely a public square or park that does not co...

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. — 16 May 1889

Htt -" s ja '- . ' vrsom uprvu- 'uy. -' "-" W ' '.' "'11?;' '.'" .!W i NEWS-HERALD, HILLSfiOJtO, O. THHUBSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. '.,, the Threshing Machines then in use were almost wholly of the class known as the " Endless Apron " style. Then it was that Nichols & Shepard, of Battle Creek, Mich. ,invcntcdandbcgan to develop an entirely new and novel style of Grain Thresher and Separator, which they very appro priately named the Vibrator." It was a revolution in Thresh ing Machines, and from a small beginning of five machines in 1858 they soon reached a pro duct of x,ooo yearly. Their Vibrator drove the ' End less Apron" machine out of mar ket, and all other makers copied it as closely as they dared. To day all Threshing Machines of any reputation or merit use the principles of the old Vibrator. Nichols & Shepard have con tinued in the business without change of name, location, or management; and during the past three years have brought out and developed another new Threshing Ma...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 May 1889

VtNfctf " ' r lifc''1t J ' -k w- x 7S?Bw J - !&- ftrAitfl ' 1BT"t- .' " ', I NEWS-HERALD HILLSBOKO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. 3 i K i rpv jr Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from prac tice, having had placed In his hands by' an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegotablo remedy for the speedy and permanent euro of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthmaand all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical euro for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested Its wonderful curative powers in thou sands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motlvo and a desiro to relievo human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who desiro it, this re cipe, in German, French or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W. A. Noves, 140 Power's Block, Rochester, N. Y. m Prof. Fresenius, Wiesbaden after a long sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 May 1889

tfr'Tf'" M ' "WW Kf'oT A UV XV i$v W'vh f i " i5 &. , " ji ) P jr i NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOl O THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. I'M J" '. , gte fmslte&M PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE News-Herald Publishing Company, G. W.BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATE8 FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application, MAY 10, - 1880 Too Mnclt Shooting South l'lncaatlo was nil excitement lost week over n shooting affray which took place In that hamlet lust Wednes day, the 8th. The shooting was dono by Qcorgo Kendall, nnd the man ho made u target of wan TI103. llutts. Tho immediate cause of tho trouble was an order for money which Butts held against Kendall. Tho report runs in this way : That when Butts presented tho order for settlement to Kendall ho did it in a brutal and profano way, and on tho re fusal of Kendall to settle immediately ho rushed upon him, which act Kendall, tesentcd by drawing his gun and dis charging it in Butts abdomen. There is also tho counter chargo ...

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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. — 16 May 1889

'f . NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. "T m kht jewjejcljfl Hoggatd Building, W. Main St. 16, 1889 I We pay 25c. per pound for unwash- wool. J. 8. ELLIFKITZ CO. I . i Mr. T. T. Templin, of Paris, Ky., was netting friends in this county this week. Found. Small bunch of keys. Ownor an have them by calling and paying for his notice. i Charley Fahrlander left last Monday norning to pay a visit to his grand- nother in Cincinnati. Mr. J. B. Worlcy, our Prosecuting At torney, was absent in Cincinnati tho fore part of this week. m Mr. James Tudor, of Harrison, Ohio, has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Sal)le Tudor, for the past week. Miss Bertha Shaw, of Clarksburg, W. Va.. is oxrjccted this week to pay a visit I to her grandmother, Mrs. Wm. Elliott. S Rev. L. F. VanOleve, of near Cincin- nan, win inspect niguiunu wuiumuu L ety, No. 31, K. T., this (Thursday) even- i ,B - J Mrs. Wm. Reed, of Portsmouth, paid a Briftrt visit to her parents in this place lost week. She returne...

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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. — 16 May 1889

-0 jT"T.-.. !,...,.,! n'w. .. " ;., ; NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. SJ i 4 Professional Cards. Cards Inserts Under thii Head ai follows: tlnoh.peryonr ' Inch, peryear - 2 liiol' poryoar y'VYU'-u"'"' Tenllnvsof thlstypemnkellncn. .O II. COLLINS, -A.i-roiaiTS'x- .a.t Ii.AW HltXHIlOllO, OllIO. A Notary Public in the Office. Offick Ilooms No. 1 Mid 2 Bmlth Block, corner Main and iIIrIi Ktreetri. yrr t. uuuuitKU, ITotary "Publio and Oonvoyancer, UiLLSiioito, Ohio. Collection Promptly Attended To. urricis In Court House. VANCK. JOHN T. HIllK. T' anck & uini;, ATTORNEYS A.KB IjAW, IIillsiiouo, Onto. OFFICK-BlrnUKi Untitling. ti. u. nitonx. W. W. GLENN. B1 lltUWN OU1SK, Physicians and Surgeons, UiLLsnono, Ohio. Omioe No. 17 North High Stroot, Ilibbcn Dallcling, up-stalrs. 3. II. OAltDMRK. O.N. HAMS. J-1 UAIlliNtilt & SAMS, LAW, Hit.t.snoito, Ohio. Ofpicf Ovir .Incoii Mnylor t Son's Jew Wry Store, Boulli llliili Street. ry CDUCKWAH.,1 C. DIICKWAll, I. I. . jDEIST...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 May 1889

. ' $r . n NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1889. rC If jfayll "This is one of the Si Dusters. It is closely wovenandhandsomclycmbroidcred." Don't get stuck with Dusters which will let the dust through and spoil your clothes. 5A Lap Dusters uoSS&S WOT, returns. 5A Ironsides Sheet ?&&&& In SUM. 5A Clipper Fly Netel2&aM HuM to Ltathtr at Hl tat Co A 100 other styles of 3i Horse; Sheets and Fly Nets, tit prices to suit everybody. For Mle by all dealers. If you can't get them. -Hjrii rite us. 5A BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. NONE OCNUINEWITHOUTTHE BtA LABEL Mnnufd by Wh, Aykes & Sons, i'hllada., who mako the famous llorso Brand Baker Blankets. Maiden, Mnss., a prohibiton town, has used 37i barrels of whiskey for "medici nal purposes" pinco Juno of Inst year. Dyspepsia causes depraved blood, which, in time, affects every organ and function of the body. As a remedy for these troubles, nothing can npproach Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It vitalizes the blood, s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 May 1889

.fW ' V-M V,V i f , v .(, v . 's . sTy . il tm NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY,, MAY 16, 1889. 8 akiH" POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvol of purl ty, sttcngtU ami wholosomeness. Moro eco nomical than tho ordinary klndi, and cannot bo sold In competition with the multitude of low tost, short wtlght alnm or phoephato powders. Sold only in cans. ltotAL Bakinq Powdeii Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. lEENUUttO. May 13th, 1889. J. M. Kay spent .Saturday in Green field this guest of relatives. Born To Mr. and Urn. Charles Mc Kibben, on last Wednesday, a girl. Tho G. A. It. of thjs place gave a sur prise supper for Mr. Priest, who lives south of town. Quito a number from hero wero in attendance. Tho programmes aro out for tho High School commencement at this place, which will bo held tho 23rd. Mrs. Elva Johnson is quite sick at tho residence of F. L. King. F. L. King and wifo were in Hillsboro Wednesday. Mr. 0. F. Horst, of this place, has ac cepted a position as book-k...

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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. — 23 May 1889

ii'j " '''' 1' VI ft ,' ij,r t"C fi,'i '" ' 'YAtfV T S ?' i:1 ' I ' :" y (. & it'- ' y NEWS-HERALD. lf ' , IV t. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-office, Hillsboro, Ohio, as second-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO, O., THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. VOL. 52 NO. 6 Xmpm THE ft ' FK V (1, : ;, r .) :A I KNIGHT OF THE GRIP, Tho Opera Season Opened. President Hnrrlson nd Party Take a Plcnsuro Trip Along the Atlantic Ocean, During Which Time Office-Seekers Im patiently Await His Return-Secretary Husk Equal to tho Emergency In a Mow lug Contest. Washington, D. 0., May 12th. Thn winter ooera season is drawing to a close. One of the leading theatres be gan its summer opera last week. With the advent of summer, the order of things is changed. Instead of having a different company every week one troupe remains a month or two at a time. Light opera and comedy tako the placo of heavier work. But tho most delight ful feature about tho summer opera is the reduction in prices. All winter Smith an...

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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. — 23 May 1889

"iR; "."$ :,; n.i t ' c S? " NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBQRO, 6. THHURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. 2 e..- wmfaw(mr,r $,-?- m LI W i. Tho same firm which. THI NEW 31 years ago com pletely revolution ized tho Threshing VIBRATOR. Machino trado by inventing a now Threshing Machine, much better than THE NEW VIBRATOR. any machino beforo known, so that all builders of tho old- stylo Threshing Ma THI NEW chines stopped mak ing them and copied VIBRATOR. tho now machino as closely as they dared havo now mado an other advance, and in their New Vibra tor present a Thresh THE NEW VIBRATOR ing Machine contain ing entirely new fea tures in separation THE NEW and cleaning, which placo it as far ahead VIBRATOR. of any other as the old "Vibrator was ahead of tho "End less Apron" ma chines. Every Farm er and Thresherman THE NEW VIBRATOR. should at once get full information re garding tho HEW THE NEW VIBRATOR, which will bo sent Free on VIBRATOR. application to " . Si B. R. R. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS WITH PULLMAN PALACE...

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. — 23 May 1889

'Mfl . ' $M' . i; r T o'" , 'd r-" ' ;,' ? -'T'4 ; :j.' 'i ' f ,5 NEWS-HERALD HILLSBOBO, P. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. II 3 X V I ' A Hood's Sarsaparilla Is peculiar to itself and superior to all other preparations in strength, economy and medicinal merit. m The new lock at the Sault Ste. Marie Canal will be the finest In the world. A fact that all men with gray and many shaded whiskers Bhould know, that Buckingham's Dye always colors an even brown or black at will. A Japanese has discovered a method of applying nickle plating to wood. Itch, mango, and scratches on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by Wool ford's Sanitary Lotion . This never fails. Sold by W. R. Smith & Co., druggist, Hillsboro. Eugene Smith, a Youngstown lawyer, abnormally conscientious, has gone in sane over the thought that he was doing something which would injure or incon venience others. The prevalence in scrofulous taint in the blood is much more universal than many are aware. Indeed, but few per sons are...

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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. — 23 May 1889

WSSP V '"i " M ,"" " ll'TfWTH i '. . Viin 'v T'Y ' -1 1 ' i , JSTEWS-HEfiALP, HILLSBORO, Q. THURSDAY, MAY 32, 1889. J x: -; "& PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TltK News-Herald Publishing Company Q. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $I.S0 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATE8 TOR ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. MAY 23, 1880 In Summer Clothing. Tho Clinton Republican has made its Appearance in new and nmplo robes. We presume that the sizo of tho thect is in accordance with tho demands for space. Tho typo is larger, which may partially account for the increaso in size. But we wero not asked to give reasons ior the change. Brother Browning, it looks well in its now dress. You're welcome. Common Pleas Court. Goorge Kerns vs. G. I. Rucker & Sod. Appeal. Dismissed at plaintiffs costs. Judgment for costs. Joseph Wlialty vs. Sarah Whaloy. Divorce. Dismissed at plaintiffs costs, unless cause otherwiso shown in ten days. 0. 0. Parks vs. Win. M. Meek. Suit on bond. Dismissed at plaintiffs ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 May 1889

.ff -'; x ' " r w 7- ;.. . ? r c - ' ' 4',:; . ;; g V V " h ' ;u 1 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. M X 4 9 lf H -. KJ b iUwvlUtil OSoei Hoggard Building)' W. MainUt. MAY 23, 1880 We pay 26c. pqr' pound for unwash ed wool. J. 8. ELLIFRITZ CO. Mr. James Tudorr of Harrison, 0., left for that place last Monday morning. Mr. TJlrlc Sloane is to deliver tho ad dress at New Lexington on Memorial Day' . . Miss Gertrudo Gardner, of gashing ton 0. H., is visiting relatives in this place this week. Mr. R. L. Atkins, of Cincinnati, known here as the piano tuner, is at the Parker House this week. m Miss Madge Carson has returned from a several weeks' visit among relatives in Iowa and Chicago. 1 Miss May Worley returned home Fri T day evening last, after an extended viBit to friends in Kansas. Miss Ruth Slavons, of tho Conservatory of Music, returned to her homo in Ohil- I kotbe last Monday. IL ' 1 . M..MlAw t fmtntintpatinnn irftfTl A-UUU.. W. W-. - - -"- our local corresponden...

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. — 23 May 1889

.V v -,lVi;'f ? 'i ,.'. :;i .. '. v v '" & y f M r-'.l ''it-trf S ''"''I. -V ' . ', NEWS-mJBALI), BILLSBPfiO, P. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1889. 6 Wtt f B Professional Cards. Cards Insert jd Undor thlt Head as follows: . tnch,peryor - 1? K Inch, poryenr - g Si Inch iieryimr ............. Teullnt-Mof mistype mnkolluch. f II. COLLINS, .ASC TOIEl'JSTEftr -A.O? Xi-rVW IlltAsnnno, Ohio, A Notary Public in the Office. Office ltooms Nos. 1 and 2 Smith Mode, corner Main and High tdreet. vy t. oitKunint, KoUvy Publio and Oonveyan.ca'r, lin.Tnouo. OHIO. UdUrotlnnn I'romptly Atteiv.iftd To. AtVVICK In Contt lluilse. -C. I. VAXCK. Jl'HK T. HIllK. -ttanci: ft niitK, ATTORNBYSAT Ii.VW, llII.LSUOKO, OHIO. T)KFICK-BlllltlHl HlllldlUB. IS. M. iraowN. V. W. OLF.NN. "OROW.S & GI.KNN, B Physicians and Surgeons, IIitxsDouo, Onio. Ornois No. 17 North Ulgh 8treot, Hlbben 13uiUlliir, tip-stairs. . II.OAKDNKIt. O. N.SAMS. fl GAltDKUIt & SAMS, ATTORNEYS A.T XiAW 1111.1.8110110, OHIO. OFPlon Over Jhcuu is...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 May 1889

V ftyi. A I ff -.W'--' j?V ' J'jWffttf ' H H "-.'. NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1889. ,,v, i ' A "' ',:4P.-rV''VV'-' '"'$ t is t! -4 ' ORSt- BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. NONE QKNUINEWITHOUTTHE tfA LABtt Manurrt by WH, Ayues A Sons, rhllada., who mako tho famous llorso Brand Bakor Blankets. The camp ground nt Putosky, Mich., contains 300 buildings nnd soventy-ftvo more nro soon to bo added. The Chau tauqua assembly begins there July 24. When Baby was slclc, we gave her Cnstmia, , v When she win a Child, sho cried forCastorla, When sho became Miss, she clung to Castorla, When Bhe had Children, sho cava Hie"" Castorla Thero is now on exhibition at Port land, Oro., a horso weighing nearly 3,000 pounds. Ho is fivo years old, stands 20 hands high. His head is 30 inches long, 11 inches longer than aflour barrel. Ho is a Clydesdale, and is perfect in propor tion. . . m Rockwood, Mich., Feb. 0, 1882. J. M. Loose Red' Clover Co. : I have used your Fluid Ext. Red Clover Blos som...

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. — 23 May 1889

l ' " t anvip' WW i '1' L . v- j' - u' ;."t ! T If '1 '''.- NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOBO, O. THURSDAY, MAT 23, 1889, POWDER Absolutely Pure. ThU powder nover v&ncs. A marvel of puri ty, strength and wbolosomoncss. More eco nomical than tho ordinary kind, and cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of low tost, short weight alum or phosphato powders. Sold only in cant. Royal Bakino Powdeii Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. SUGAItTKEE RIDGE. May 20th, 1889. Crops arc looking bud on account of tho dry weather. Boy. Laiio, of this placo, is holding a protracted meeting at Buford. John Turner has been employed to lun tho huxter wagon for E. 0. Ilethcr ington. A. M. Boggess and wife, of Buford, wero the guests of their son, Dr. E. M. Boggess, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Mincrvia Temple has returned from a visit to her daughter at Washing ton 0. II. Tho gcntlo showers have made a great demand for garden plants. Tho M. E. Church stands under a now roof. A. J. Fling and Henry Hethcr ington wero ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 May 1889

4 w ' i ,! -1 .i $,Vv :57FlfT J, ' A ":; it f rAVj-H M J' r- , . THE NEWS-HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-office, BtlUboro, Ohio, as second-olasjsj matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1889. VOL. 52 NO. 7 '" ' h 4 A t y ii -j ", n KNIGHT OF THE GRIP, Ma and Pa Yo Cha Young of the Corcan Legation. Civil Service unci SucccshChI Ex- nmlnatlons-Slx Montlw Prohibition Required. The G. A. R. Mrs. Harrison's Letters One-Legged Men Widows for tost.Offlces Nelllo Grant's Doll Honsc, &c, &c. Washington, D. 0., May 10th. Mr. Ye Cha Yung is First Secretary of tho Corean Legation. A few days ago he called at tho Whito House, with hia retinue, to pay his respects to tho President. His usually srdato fnco was wreathed in smiles, hiH courtesies were lower than usual, and his whole de meanor indicated that something un usual had happened. At tho legation headquarters, on Iowa circle, tho olive skinned servants were in a state of com motion. At the legation quarter...

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. — 30 May 1889

, KfV" ?""" '". V ' '. ."v. VI 111 - - - --.,. h ;vr 3 . NEWS-HERALD, HIIXSBORO, P. THHITRSDAY, MAY 30, 1889. ( V"' for M'. livery Enterprising Thresher-man knows that the threshing machine that will work the most rapidly, clean perfectly, and save all the grain will bring him the best jobs and best prices, and so he will Write now to at once investigate our claim that beats anything heretofore made in all these and other points. The wide-awake Farmer will also get our circulars and satisfy himself , whether ho can afford to have his grain wasted by other threshers when he can make money by having his grain threshed with the New Vibrator. Our pamphlet giving full information about Threshing Machinery and Traction Engines sent on application. C.W. & B. ft. R. SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS -WITJI- PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS -BETWEEN- CINCINNATI -AND- NEW YORK CITY ! VIA WASHINGTON, D. C, Baltimore and Philadelphia. Sstt NEW ENGLAND POINTS THE SHORTEST AND BEST LINE VIA. CINCINNATI -T0...

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