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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 July 1889

""..": K-fe? N 'wvr ., w A"v. '-, J , t-u - . EWS-HEliD; HlfeAMeHO, fr.TftaRSDAY, JUL 1'8, t889. rtvn fl ( : . VJ-kll'u' it. ifclllhdri Urtiori Hchoolfl'l f W huVd, iirithi the itiirfiioefof our eartfc,1 hve; great ncu'nuilili':.- The Arctic, AntHrotlc, IMulIln, Aliunde andltitllan. Nolle of thWever lt$itfrf fact It wd4lfl AWfSwliWor thorn by that riumo'lteoiume the Rurface of one Is no higher than that Of the, other, except some little, diflureciCH at the Equator' "caused by the rapid rota tloqof tbeEirth'uphhltsnkla. Ittit as a whole this difference' Is vi) fltrlt that It Is almost Imperceptible Therefore Done of them could properly e called "The Upper Ocean But nevertheless there laaii Upper Ocean. But Where is this ocean to be found? It luto'be found everywhere .It Is no lens, than the great ocean of air, upon whose hot, torn we are constantly living 'and mov ing. "' Whenever we give one thing the name of another. thlDjri we do o' be cause of the resemblances .which they ocean w...

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. — 18 July 1889

7T,v o W " ""-v " ..ilTWv;'-'1,) 'WV.'tiv''1"" o TTWFPT, Vs-7: T ;? -. t k 1 H o 1 ) v r M 'I 1. r NEWS-HERALD, mLIBOO.rTrgUBSPY, jrtJiiY 18 J8Q8V . 8 ,, -.1 JT T"V" y, AKlH POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never vnei. A marvel of pari ty, itrength and wholesomeness. More eco nomical than the ordinary kind, and cannot be told In competition with the multitude of low teat, short weight alnm or phosphate powders. Sold only in cant. Botax. Biktko Powdeh Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. I.EKSBURti. July 15th, 1889. Airs. John Horst, of Hillsboro, is visit ing relntivcfl hero. Mr. Elgar Smith and family, of Wash ington 0. H., spent Sunday with his lather at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Lawhead, of New Anti och, nro the guests of Mrs. Fred Pavey a few miles north of town. Mr. Will Anderson, of Springfield, is the guest of his mother. Mr. James Simpson, of Loveland, is quite sick at his home with ferer. Mr. Sam Washburn and children, of Ghillicothe, arc spending the woek with Mr. George Washburn of...

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. — 25 July 1889

I TME Pff EWHERALD. .& m , ' . .,' tat' t. ESTABLISHED 1837. ShK.ro' r y HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., 0., THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1889. VOL. 52-NO. 15 li UBnvwaanMai . i mi -fv l lit r i ' L -4 4 ' N Wc KNIGHT OF THE GRIP1 Visits the City of Boston. A Bath' at TirflaU BMdPne KalfM Attemnii VMtrhie rMt'aM , 11I4I M & to." On .Board the BtbAmir Chatham, j June 25, 1889. Wo wiled from Baltimore about 7 p. m. yesterday and arrived at Norfolk, Va., at 9a.m. today. Tho ship Chat ham is a trim vessel of about 3,000 tone. It is small compared with tho trans-at-lantic steamers, bu one of the largest U. 8. coasters. It Is staunch and well managed. Capt. March, as gentlemanly and as jolly an officer as ever sailed the seas, is the commander. Tho ship be longs to the Merchants' and Miners' Transportation Company and plies be tween Boston and Baltimore. This company does a heavy shipping busi ness. All day long we lay at the pier at Norfolk while a hundred or moro ne groes were piling on freight....

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. — 25 July 1889

js ! -v v' ' w NEWS-HERALD; mLLSBOBDO. THHURSDAY, JULY 25, 1889. .F. ir 2 I . SOMETHING MEW. The Patent 5 Clipper Fly Net has meshed bottoms which can not tangle and lashes at the top which won't catch in the harness. 5A Lap Dusters iooSSS&s&w 5A Ironsides Sheet SsttttuSS la ttiMe 5A Clipper Fly Netssx 100 other styles of 5 Horse Sheet and Fly Nets, at prieea to salt everybody. For tale by all dealers. If you can't get them, write nj, ARE THE STRONGEST. NONE GENUINE WITHOUTTHEBA LABEL Mnnurrt by W. Aykhs Sons, Phllada., who raako tho famous Horso Brand Baker Blankets. CI ft B. B. L SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS -WITII- PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS -IIRTWEEN- CINCINNATI NEW YORK CITY ! -VIA- WASHINGTON, D. C, Baltimore and Philadelphia. gSKWfiffara HEW EN&LAND POINTS THE SHORTEST AND BEST VIA. CINCINNJrCI LINE -TO- I.OI7ISVII.I.K, ST. I.OCI8, INDIANAPOLIS, CUIOAGO, KANSAS CITY, OMAHA. Direct connect loin without delay en route mmle In Union Depot with the Orent Through Llues to...

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. — 25 July 1889

4ffl ' f yjwflp j ' WiS"' "T 4. A A & m ,, v J.-v J M. If' CoftMmptloii Cared. rVn,fltfpnBlfcaj reused fromrawdj UiehteglAdfcod 1 hb haaW ;Rd(EaAt India' missionary the formula of simple vegetable remedy, for the speedy and permanent euro of consumption bronchitis, catarrh, asthma and all throat and lung affections, also a,, positive and radical cure 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 motive and a dcsirelo, relieve human suffering, I will Bona free of charge, to all who desire It, this re cipe, In German, French Qj-Engltah, wlthfuil directions for prertf g Mti using. Sentbmall(byAddreMisOfW has an odd souvenir of California and the forty-niner time. It is a brass coin. thpsaWfoVgm Hi iv Hftle lar. ger thsiHftent,; aadr npon one) lde ,js seen the miner upon, one knee sifting out the gold from the sand. Bloodbllder...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 July 1889

??-T ' rri ''. J? n ,' x;rn V1 f:.'yr,i? 7...,i- w YW "', 4 w i. t :,rt ; - P - NBWS-HEBAJtD HELUSEO; .7MtTESi)JiTPJ JTJT &S. IftRO, ... FIFTH SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT -BONE OF HIGH PRICES 4 trcfc. SUPERIOR LOAN and BUILDING ASSOCIATION, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THK News-Herald Publishing Company, OF HILISBORO, OHIO, JULY 1st, 1889. V 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. niMBtmsESiBiimi: S ECEIPTS. Gain on band January lit, 1889.. Dnet '. .' Interest Premium Flnei ; Transfer Feet Lonnod on 77 Shftro) ;.fl6,400 00. .1 1,483 00 .. 11,543 00 009 77 .. 079 16 44 80 18 75 142 00 UBSCAIPTION, 11.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. " " Tan Jlooai ;,;, sou uu Withdrawal! .'......'.'.. 1.832 75 Dividend! Paid on Withdrawal!....,. 109 SrV BATES FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. Premium! Bofunded ....,.. 8 60 Salarlei... .,.'........ 138 50 Recording Mortgages '.....,&. 10 50 Book! and Stationery iti.. M 00 Caihon band .'.;.'.'..;. , 431 16 Initiation Feel,. DON'T LOSE TIME. BUT CALL AT THE Returned ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 July 1889

TW-;. rpf wf "VWSIffPJ' WW''- ' f i c . wyj NES-HERALD, HmLSBORO, O.TMURSnAT,r JUMaSf 18J39.' f rJ V i jpffriPg OfiW H6gfrd BnlldbgVW. kln St. JULY 85, 1889 We pay tie highest market price for ckeiee MilHUf Wkoat. 3, M. BOYD ft GO. Mr. Bam. Htestand ia absent on a visit to Portsmouth. Miss Jessie Thomburg' is visiting her brother in Columbus. m Plain and fancy quconswaro andglass ware at Bowles' store Miss Ada Boyle, of St. Martin, is a. visitor at Mayor H. 0. Dawson's. Dr. Forcheimer, of Cincinnati, spent 8anday with hit frfallyte ihto P1ce- Mrs. Dr. 8. S. Jobnaon, of LexUtW ' Ky., le.th4ifrett;J3frJ and Mm. Drj. Hilten. i '-V luM , .. S t j Mise Anna Entrap, of CfBcuuttti, la "tialUBf her, Mend,- MHjRi Christine rlaamwlint. , v ' Mr. sad M. T. J. Hwphhi, eWeepy Eye, Minn., are viettfftg Mr. Murphln's parents on East street. Eev. Wilson, of. Winchester, occupied the pulpit at the M.,E. OhroK iMt Bun t day botbIbs and evening. ' Billy Tudor UruetlcatiBg at Fortress, Monroe. He left ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 July 1889

Wt jf ,r 'Y if. , --rwoe'-V, ' ' , , TWiBMK" -".1, rVIUHtW f ' :' '""WVTWWilll1- I I Mil IHWH,V '..' I' , i 1 MM "aJSinHV I ' ' JPJ1P i -M 1 ,jV1 V, r , ' ' J"; '' '-"7 ' V 1 1 v 1 ' r i r r. 0 Professional Cards. cards Interhd Under tMt Htal atMltm. v I hnli . nrir ..:. - 110 vlhoh.Dryr, 8 ,"..'. .i IllCUf WI jo a I it Mi ntrvllf .... ... ....,... O Tenllnesof thlatypemakel lnoh. pi n. COLLINS, A&voRxra'sr .at XjAw HiLtsnoRO, Ohio. A Notary Public In the Office. OrncE llooms'Nos. 1 and 2 SmUh Block, corner Main and High streets. -rrr T. OUEUHKH, Notary Publio and Oonveyanoer, lliixsnono, Oiud. Collection Promptly Attended To. urnce in Court House. i T. P. VANCE. JOItS T. HIRE. "TTANCE BIBB, JTTOIRrTE-SrS A.r XaA.W, HILLSBOBO, OHIO. Office-Strauss Building. H. M. BBOWX. W. W. OLESH. TBOWN a'OLKNW. Physicians and Surgeons, Bjllboro, Onto'. Ornotf-Ne. 17 North High Street, Hibben sliding, up-stalrs. O.B.GAKDNKK. . O.N.8AM8. H GARDNER 8AMB, . ii ' ATTORNBjYB AW LAW HlLLSBORO, OHIO....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 July 1889

a&MV' 'J ii'" - '-"Sir ., 'V " " ' 3. 11 mp&f.'W" i i ' n t i ( ' u ttWHflta4 . . ,..mm, LI-:' ! ll I Mill I ! ' '' i.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaa,aaaaaaasalafata,irTfTTT,,M,F,,,,M 111 i M a ai i imirrii itiitt " - V aaUAlHLAABm1 Hwnua tBw wm Af,3 wfiftBB .M iftnSl tnaaiD nvvi.V'XV IX.iIS J , ) WhoS' "K a . i S IMSU, tmuti w 'ti-.x saw !. down vouth w uiourii tbo loMfDr'immiWM-BiurTH'wiDiimrtij . Kn ttinuini tntddle Jlfa) Iwlllfre wopwAl ssiMttttmTOW one wall pent, fyf'SWISfiJ" Jj0!'. wo bow lo the will of turf bird 'at the Harvest, tnankiul tbttapure life, an Up rltbt example; a wJe counselor, a loving k friend baa been spared ,to vm ao long. i After abfOiraeiea nines twmmiiiu oar rere passed frdln tbl.llie July'4tM88. , He was born at New Marlet. Hlbland county, O., Feb. 28tb, 1812. After rjy I Ing afeothmbn school education bf began i hnainH iii iHllaboro In 1827 aa a olerkin I the employ of the late Bnatnln Johu Lson, Esq. In 1834 be'ehgaged In bualiie ulaav Markitt with...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 July 1889

agar Km mmmmmmmmmmmm fW-- i .ittSgi w- 'i ' " " i 1! iiij '.:;',' ins'L'WilfWIa MS ryxassflr VrJ. V t'V'1 - .HdiS'tf' ' jJ-VP -. 'tS'tf " J ' ."'S-' 4 ' ' 1 . 7. -..' f ".. s-0 tfti-. - ,!- ;vs nf-Vl -vrv'.T & tan : 4 ' if i, M' yES-HBIUMiPrKai v , Q.r-rggTJBSPAir. JUI.Y 25.A889, yWUU-J., l '2i - "T -' EBBKHtQ si ,1 ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder np.vor varies. A msrvol of pari ty, strength ntirt wholceomeneas. More oco nomtctl than tlio ordinary kiuds, and cannot be sold In competition with the multitude of low test, shod weight alum or phosphate powders. iS'oW only in cant. Royal Dakino Powder Co., 100 Wall Bt., N. Y. LEESDURO. July 22d, 1889. Quaker quarterly will bo held nt this place next Saturday nnd Sunday, July 27th and 28th. Mrs. Jatnrs Patton and daughter, Miss Lizzie, of Columbus, are the guests of A. G. Thurman and family. James Depoy, editor of the Buckeye, has moved into the Cox property on East Main street. T. B. and M. G. Evans leavo to-day for Denver City...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 August 1889

risJFKIiii iii i i..i liwijiiH lt,l iHfrir-ii n , Wji,Jr ,t - r. 1 -ii ... .- . iiiiiiiiii i in urn iiiirwii iniiiinnrrnn i ! :H$ ,t ;b&' 'S ', "W :'"fimh 'W,- ; ,' W s.&lv ) rz-- ( &&., . - W J ' ' ESTABLISHED 1837. Kottrt t PetlflM. Klltiboro, Ohio, m mwiliHii autur. HILLSBORO HIGHLAND. CO., O., THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1889. VOL 52 NO. 16 W&. . ,iaSS?V!llit!21 WMHHMMlMMnwMkllMHH , " wwar'. J, fit NEWS ' 1 rliL Wm M L H M K ruiLJvrviu VI ) ) I i KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Visits Different Places of Interest in Boston. Boston a Mlniatwro of Iiondon as to Irregularity of Its Street. Visits Faaeall Hsll-WMle There Ho Watches a Game of Ball In Ind ianapolis Smith Moralizes J ob Nineteenth Century " Ways. Boston, Mass., July 15th. Wo aro now In the London of New J England. The resemblance of Boston -" to England's capital is unusually strik ing. Wo can't Bay far amiss when we compare the "Hub" to a small edition of London. Ono can easily imagine himself in Charring Cross, London...

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. — 1 August 1889

'' 'rz w STEWS-HERALD, HILESBORO, P. TEDHURSD A Y.AUGUST 1, 1880. tf. 2 Tan a . ' i m ia r BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. NONEaENUINSWITHOUTTHCBWLABtL Manurd by Wm. Ayrks a Sons. Ptallada., who mako tho famous Horse Brand Baker Blnnfcota. c.w. mi SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS WITH PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS -BETWEEN- CINCINNATI -AND- NEW YORK CITY ! -VIA- WASHINGTON, D. C, Baltimore and Philadelphia. SWM NEW ENGLAND POINTS THE SHORTEST AND BEST LINE "VIA. CINCINNATI TO LOUISVILLE, ST. LOUIS, INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY, OMAHA. Direct connection without ilclny en route innclc in Union Depots with the Grcnt Through Linos to nil points In the West, Northwest, South and Southwest, Palaco Steeping Cars Through to St. Louis. LOWEST HATES, QUICKEST TIMK, II EST ACCOMMODATION'S Tickets Bold and bnRpapo checked tbrongh to destination. For rollahlo informntlon, maps, time of train and tho beat possible rates npply to Agent C. AV. & U. It. It. E. CARSON, Hillsboro, Ohio. on to E. K. FATTOX...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 August 1889

arzs -,- - lrfM.iyUMi yawiifcyw s-Mclsu - NEWS-HERALD HILESBORO, Q. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1889. 3 LS ) rmuMmntloH Cnred. An old physician, retired from prac tice, having had placed in his hands by V an Est India missionary tho formula of (f d simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthmaand all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested 1 its wonderful curative powers in ttiou sands of cases, has felt it his duty to sake it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who desire It, this re cipe, in German, French or English, .With full directions for preparing and , 'Sslngj Sent by mall by addressing with " sjtanp, naming this paper, W A Koyes, i )U9 Power's Block, Rochester, 1(. 5f. s h rT rr. . . .; Cardinal Newman is reported to bo enjoying better health ...

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. — 1 August 1889

j ..:. "a ci - I A I v ' i 9 mmMUiiuu PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THK flews-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES TOB ADVKBTI8ING Made Known on Application. AUGUST 1, - 1889 Republican State Ticket, For Governor, JOSEPH B. FORAKER, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant-Governor, E. L. LAMPSON, of Ashtabula. For Supremo Judge, FRANCIS J. DIOKMAN, of Cuyahoga. For Stato Treasurer, JOHN 0. BROWN, of Jefferson. t For Clerk of Supremo Court, URBAN H. HESTER, of Van Wort. For Attorney General, DAVID K. WATSON, of Franklin. For Member Board of Public Works, WILLIAM H. HAHN, of Richmond. For School Commissioner, JOHN HANCOCK, of Ross. Police Judgo Eruiston, of Cincinnati, lias furnished a groat deal of material for tho newspaper wits of the country in his decision recognizing ice cream as a necessity. Could not some of tho real funny men arrange n side splitter from tho way the fearless Judge talks to the lawless saloonists? Tho many fri...

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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. — 1 August 1889

HpTry it i'Vi' Li' to i t "k(- Di '..!' 7 a ri.i, i.l.it. ,,hHt iflifiiiii Oi "II , .... ' . ' I . - ,r ll A V ' v f V fiV NEWS-HERALD, HHLSBOROa THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1889. ft b R- !4a H a Ma 10a X)a Ottoet Haggard Building, Main St. AUGUST I, - 1889 We pay the highest market prico for chelco Milling Wheat. ' J. M. BOYD & CO. Plain and fancy queensware and glass waro at Bowies' store. m Mr. Arthur Mather is studying law in office of Gardner & Sams. Mrs. Brough Overman, of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives in this place. Mr. Geo. Taylor, of Ohillicotho, is the guest of his cousin, Mr. Will Morrow. m The time to pay your taxes is now. This la the last week without penalty. ' Prof. J. H. McKensle hi off on a two week's vacation to Chautauqua, N. Y. Miss Maud Miller, of Martinsville, is visiting her uncle, Mr. J. L. West, north of town. .Misses Cora and Edith Clark, of Cov flngton, Ky., are visiting their friend, Miss Cora Bell. For ExchangeA good six-year-old Jersey cow for a tw...

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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. — 1 August 1889

-ni .i,-.'' M '! ".f ' 71 6 i tV ! Professional Cards. Card Insert id Under this Head a follows: lluch.peryear .110 K Inch, per year.. 5 met' pnryear J.'VtZlXil"', Teullnesof ttalstypemaKellncni - II. COLLINS, ATTOBNHY -A.T Ij-AW HitAsnono, Omo. A Notary Public In the Office. OmcE-Koomt Nog. 1 mil 2 Smith Block, corner Main and High streets. -rrr- T. OUKUHEK, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, HiLLsnono, Onto. Collections Promptly Attended To. Office In Court House. T. V. VANCK. JOHN T. UIKE. VTANCE & UIIIE, ATTORNEYS -A.T iA."OT, Hli.t-snoKo, Ohio. OFFICE-Strauss Building. H. M. BROWN. W. W. OLENS. drown QLiiNy. Physicians and Surgeons, IIiLLSDono, Ouio. OrFice No. 17 North High 8treet, Hlbben ulldlng, tip-stairs. O.ll. OAUDNKK. O. N.SAMS, ( UARDNEK & SAMS, ATTORNEYS -A.T LAW HlLI-SIlOUO, OHIO. Office Over Jncob Hayler Son' Jew elry Siore, South High Street. -rjrr o. duokwalIj.b.d.s. DENTIST, HILL3Bono.O. , , OFFICE-Opposlt? Dr. Hoyt'g.W.Maluatreet TKVIN Mcl. SMITH, A.a?a?OE.3S...

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

rw . .n-n,.. .Lfj !' -te1?.'niSTf7T t ' pg-g-?tfw -..-... tttt f ,,1 -W.. .1 I . . I JIMfr---! rJ"- I--'" - T-T --r rmJ Ly j-L 't-t . , WM f -V'i i K ' 1 . V (" -T-" ','fff- ,.WWKy ', - .' 1.li lif,.?"."1 "... Wj.a.ln ,i ..iJMMM.iT." ;i.ih ia.,.1" " ; K1 '-l-LnT' j. ,.."'" f i...ui-a.i' - i "m i' , .ffjffffiir mj limu -riftftPMW- .,': .' Aftk- fttt$itf,.Jttitt I i . pmmt t 4 . v- j i u ajhUyed corresposdexce. Btiairlare Btiiffet. July 20th, 1889, Oar Echo is tic taore. It died With the departure of the "plant" at Green field. The Succm, sent for a brie per iod tcEfcno subscribers, has alsqsnbsid ed. 8o the feat of fate, JudgUg from uniform failures, ,is, or seems to be 1 against the success of a paper in our burg. , 1 The berry season is again upon us, and' there is considerable activity. (Blackberries, starting at- 15 cents' per igallon, are now sold at 10 and 12 cents. I Saloons, within a short period, have doubled their number here, which in dicates a dread apathy in the line of ...

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. — 1 August 1889

"It i wura.Trni-DT.Tk tTTTT:ailYDV rfcUL.TitrTT'ttfim.V ATTiaTTfi 1 TQQQ ; i POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder nover vanes. A marvel of puri ty, strength ami wholcsomeneiis. More eco nomical than tbo ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In competition with the mnltltnde of low tost, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cant. Royal Biking FowDEn Co., 100 Wall St., N. Y. NEW LEXINBTOS. July 20tb, 1889. Mts3 Rosa Wise, of Washington O.H., is the guest of Miss Hattio Duff this week. Miss May Wright, who is attending school in Hillsboro, Bpent last Sunday with her parents here. Joo Kearns and wife, of Hillsboro, wero visiting Silas Horseman and family last Sunday. Tho Gorman Medicine Co. have been represented hero for tho past week by a troop giving freo shows every night. A largo crowd was in attendance every night, and on Saturday night tho crowd was tremendous. One night lust week after tho show a colored man nutned Albort Peyton from near Carytown, filled to tho brim ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 August 1889

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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. — 8 August 1889

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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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