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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1886

vi h N t !U, The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Building, W. Main Si AUOUST4, 1880 tii circulation of a newspaper deter. mine tha vain of In eolnmns a an ad vertlatng mediant, Tha ia.lt" 3-HCBAXD hat bjr tar tha target elrcnUUon of any paper In Highland county which fact ail. vertlsers would do well to bear In mind. Our tlttt are open to their Inspection. Has it been h t o gh for you ? Don't forgot Kelly when you como to the Fair. rl Banner on 'Rockhold's. roller skates at A. A F. When you come to town go straight to Kelly's and get bargains. Mr. Ed. Hart is visiting his father, Governor Hart, in this place. m Go to A. A F. Rockhold and see a Lexington Belle on Boiler Skates. i A party was given at the residence of Mr. J. G. Oonk last Friday evening. o "Plnegrove" coal cook stoves, the best stove for the lowest price in Hillsboro. Dr. William Hoyt and family spent Wednesday o't last week at Rocky Fork. Miss, Anna Logan, of Cincinnati, is the guest of her friend, Miss Maggie Mciteenan....

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. — 4 August 1886

"- . WlMTlT -'W'"W!Srtt uwsPlMwy 2s. wvMiw!rr' ' B l ' lr fr The News-Herald. WF.naEAY.Al'IUMT. 1SS. UILL3BORO. : i t OHIO. A SONG OF SERVITUDE. This Is a Bonn ot serfs that I hare made; A sonfr or sympathy In grief nnd lor. The old nnd young, tho proud and tho be- trarcdt All, all must serve, for all must bo obeyed. There nro no tj rants but tho serving ones, There aro no servants but the ruling men : Tho Captain conquers with his army s guns, Ilut he himself Is couijuorod by his sons. What Is a parent but a daughter's slave, A son s retainer when tho la 1 Is 111? Tho if lent Creator lovos tho (rood nnd brare, And mnkes a tlowcr the spokesman of a gra e Sbcean Is sonant In his father's halls; Ihe ontightcr Is her mother's raald-of-wi k. Tho wron must answerwhon the robin calls: And cnrlh must tulo tho raindrop when It tails. There aro no "ups" In life; there aro no "downs:" For "high" and "low' are words of like de- irrro; Ho who is Hgbt of heart when Fortune frowns, lie la a k ng,...

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. — 4 August 1886

m y i r THE STOURBRIDGE LION. I TrUl Trip of America! First LoeomotlTl I at Honeadale. Guide-hooks, as a rule, possess no Interest that Is at nil dopendent on any inherent vnhio in the facts that nro pre sented in them, but Mr. J. W. Burdlct, the general pnssenger agont of the Delaware and Hudson Canal Com pany's railroad, in a littlo pamphlet just issued, has been at soma pains to present what ho dooms trustworthy facts about tho first locomotive that crcr ran upon an American railroad. According to him, tho first of these en gines was tho Stourbridge Lion, so called becauso it bore a flon's head on the front of its boiler and was made by Foster, Boswick & Co. in Stourbridge, England. Horatio Allen, a voung civil engineer, had been sent to England by tho canal company to buy scrap-iron for tho rails, chains for tho inclined J ilancs and threo locomotires for tho evel of tho Droiccted railroad. He re lumed in 1828, and tho first of the loco motives reached Now York in May, 1829....

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. — 4 August 1886

Kv I"T w. tj Notice to Contractors. AUDITOR! Orricit. HlOlU.ANI) Co , O., Hii.Lstiono, July loth, 1880. t r.I.ED I'KOr'USA LI will lie rvlvt tint ) lhn.llll 'dUlltll ln'clip k p, lll.TtllllmiHr, .mi, I'Mi, 18.40, tor furiilOiliiif innlirlnl Hint t tUilltttt HII Hllltltlllll tit tin IIIkiiIhihI Coiiii ' I iniimry Hullillriv, xecorillnit lo plmin i.i .1 i.-'lt1iiittliiiiiM ttli III IhfinllUeof lln 'mlnii' Atnlllornf IIIijIiIhimI tnuilly, nil nuil i.Iit AiunM 1st, I8W0. Kich ciliimi i f u-nrk, ni i'IiixiiIpiI In tin HnTiHniiliiii mi file In unit Cnillilv AiKlltor'Niifllre, slinll tw bid for MMiimtt'ly mill tro liiil tirnmHlilrt by u x mlli flit uu irnntee uf nonie iHtti!itrrMrel VeiHuii tlmi, if the bill in ik'('viIiiI,ii contract will hi-nl itihI Into, iit'il i lie iiet'iirhiiiiK'tf n' tii wink prnperly mpmirpil. I'll work lo b com letfd ii'Htlv foroccu V nii'y "'I or before Dwt-mber 1st, 188(1. Tim work lo be paid for, on estimates fur ithiil by Hupcrltiteiideiit hh the work pro. I "...

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. — 11 August 1886

imr vnrhtgnH'M' , rA-vrnv1' wr r TK. tl fit T 4 : JTM'lM W l HERALD, .1, A 1 4 - ) 1 I t ) It. . ,-, r .H, "it ESTABLISHED 1887., HILLSBORO, HlGHLASTD CO., O., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 19 2 b W La NEWS ltl& y TRAMP PRINTER 1 ' a Examining Relics at Wash ington's Headquarters. Among the Highlands of the Hudson and at the Me- tropolta of America. Down tko Historic Ration West Foint-Tke Hudson and the Cpi 1 iHmbla New York City ' Coney Island and Its V, Attractions. ' . , ' When I wrote of mv rJilsrimaDre Washington's old headquarters' at Now bun I ttrotnised trWrlto nmin . nf twi rel cs there gathered together. The col: LT; t T . - historical interest, among them are th. articles, rnmnrlapd In a. pntlnxtlon rlr articles comprised in a collection o relics left as a bequest by the late Enoch Crtrtpr. nf TCnwlitirfr. n fpur nf wMMi.l ... ' . " r ... """"inuiniormingine seoaerof rural soli- will mention as especially Interesting. One of these is a cannon hall thnt wna'i...

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. — 11 August 1886

t M . . m tf. The News-Herald. wuraiBAT,viimii Ma. mLLSBORO. t t t OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. It Is proposed to build a theater in Now York to bo devoted exclusively to amateur actors. If it were possible to Tequlre all amateurs to appear on no other stag than this, it wonld be a blessing. ' The Supreme Court of Iowa sustained a tornado insurance company in a case from Crawford County, in its refusal to pay the.insuranco on a horse killed by a high wind, holding that the wind was not a tornado. General Harney, of the United States Army, is the oldest man on tha Tcglster. He became a soldier in 1818, and participated in every war in which the country has engaged since that time. He is eighty-six years of ago and very rich. A rock weighing more than a ton fell on a railway track in Connecticut tho other day, and two little boys, who saved a train from destruction, recclred a purse of $4.20 from tho grateful pas sengers. There is nothing like teaching practical frugality to the young. So...

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. — 11 August 1886

r -Y fy DBAGGING ALONG. The Trial ttt the Ghlosgo An archists Still in Progress! The Prosecution ConcladM tU Efforts to Prove the Accused aallty of Conspiracy and Munler-The stories or Wit-' n.sses for the Defense. ktidehce ron ine statr Caicaoo, July 81.1 At 2:30 o'clock yes terday afternoon" the BtateVAttorney in formed the judge and jury in the Anarch late' trial that he had tendered all his evi dence against the accused, with the excep tion of some formal matter, which he pro poses to put in this moraine. An adjourn ment was then taken until to-day. The strength of the case against the accused can now bo fairly estimated. States Attorney Qrinnell claims that the State has proven: (1) That there wore In Chicago an organization of Anarchists whose purpose was the destruction of life and property and tho subversion of social order. (3) That this organization existed in Chicago for over two years and that the eightprisoner were active members of it. (8) That the accused prepared for...

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. — 11 August 1886

V l HaV .SKjly N The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY IY 1MB News-Herald Publishing Company. O. W. Barrtre. Bebee Barren. E. R. Plerton. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATIOS FOR ADVKBTI8ING Midi Known on Application. AUG-UST11, 1880. NOTICE ! lllghlnml County Republic can Primary Elec tion. A primary election will be held by Iho Republicans of Highland county, at tln usual places of voting in each of the hu er.il precincts, between the hours of erne anil seven o'clock in tho afternoon cm Saturday, August 14th, 1880, for the purposes of determining their choice of candidate for Congress in the Twelfth District, subject to the decision of the Republican Convention at Chillicothc, 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 otc at such election, and they shall designate by ballot their choice for Congress from this district...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 August 1886

- i ' Jlh The News-Herald. Office i Hoggard Building, W. Main St. AUGrUSTll, 1886 The circulation of a newspaper datar mlaai tha valne at lla columns as an ad vertising medium. The NttVTS-HBRAI.D hat by far tha larges elronlatlon of any papar In Highland county, whlch.taet ad vertisers would do wall to baar In mind. Our Hits 'hi opan to thalr laspeottonl Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Charles McClure, of, Columbus, visited his parents Saturday and Sunday. Miss Alice Morin, of Newport, Ky., is the guest of Miss Kate Langley. m For Bale My grocery, on North High street. D. C. Fewer. o Miss Mary Miller, of Cincinnati, is vis iting her ancle, Dr. J. F. Loyd, at the H. F.C. o Mr. A. W. Moyers, of Connersville, Ind., is visiting relatives 'and friends in this place. Mr. Scott Holmes, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with his parents and friends in this place. Misses Maggie Pratt and Mary Rowe, ot Greenfield, visited Miss Maggie Fair ley last week. , Teachers' examination will be held on S...

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. — 11 August 1886

w , - C V - U " ft. ' n The News-Herald. Ut.D.1.MAY. AITU1HTII. ISM, HILLSUORO. OHIO BRAVE JEAN McQREQOR. A Trne Story of "The Ringing a' the Kirk Dell." It was Jean McGregor, the fisherman's wife, and stir stood at her cabin door, And shuddered to see the nngrr storm that raged on the Scottish moro. For oh I 'twas a dark and fearsome night, and Will o, her man, awar, And llobln, her one wee batrn, So 111 he would hardly see the day. And on she and her dying babe alone In her homo that ntirhL Whlla the wind and wares came roaring up, and filled her soul with fright. Sho turned for comfort to still her fears, and kissed her baby so fair, When, loitho sea, the sky and the rocks wiro lit up with a lurid glare Cp sprang poor Joan with a pallid face, and a cry that had no sound, As sho itiwed be ond the breakers whero a esscl had run aground. 8he saw the flames shoot up on high, but sho beard no signal gun. And sho Knew tlio crow In the burntug ship must perish, every one, Unless from th...

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. — 11 August 1886

v l. - FARM AND FIRESIDE. Point lace will bo beautified bj being rubbed gently with powdoret magnesia and then exposed to tho sun for several hours. K. Y, Mail. While sheep need to bo kept In a dry pasture, do not, therofore, deprive them of water, but prorldo it so they can reach it without getting into the , mud. Troy Time. In setting shade trees there aro two mistakes which are quite frequent ly made. Ono is planting too thickly and the other li planting too near the buildings. Boston Pott. It is an easier matter to keep the stables clean and orderly than it is sup- Eosed by those who have not tried It. t yon are ono of this number begin at on co and see if it is not true. Hens will not fly over any fonos without first alighting on the top. Honce the fenco should have no resting placo there. A picket fenco three or four feet high will keep them in their limits. Should there bo an unruly one, dispose of It before it contaminates the flock. Western Rural. A Vegetable Stew: Ingredie...

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. — 11 August 1886

- i T " "-rf'wnf jt- i. U-, W J -ft ''' .iV . I '"f Notice to Contractor!. AuoiTon'8 ornoR. Highland Co , O , Hti.uiiono, July 10ih,18Mt). SK.I.ED PKOPOSAUS will tin recnlvrd at llilsomoeunlll to'clo k , iil.TliiirmlHj-, .iiwi tytli, 1SS0, for tnrnlililox innlerlRt mul Ii'IHiIiiik hii mlilllloD In the HUtilsnil Conn w I .11 rm (try Hiillriluit, Meconium to plain ml.l -(.ecllloiillDlumi nip In ItieolTlceof I lie Omul v Auditor ot lllxlilnml county, nu and nllf r AiikukI 1st, 18X0. Knch elnn f work, KMi'lHHHinril In Iiih Kppoinciilliins on lite In khIU Uounly Auilltor'a ofilce, shall be bid for KPimrntely nud Ire bid accompanied by n Kitltlo.ent Kii'irnutco of foino dlslntartKled person that, If the bid la nccepteri,n contract 111 lie enk-reil Inln, and Hie perfnrniHtice of IIih wnrk properly secured. The work to be com leied rnidv for ocou Iniiicy mi nr liefdre December 1st, 1S3U. Tne work In be puld for, nil estimates fur. Ixlieil by Superintendent us the work pro l rpK, Wiinln ten ...

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. — 18 August 1886

La. v UxJ- J H-r-if w . '. V j '-' C- sCt THE NEWS-HERALD. llj 1 ,.lv W ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 20 1 r -r -. TRAMP PRINTER Writes of the City of Bro therly Love," And Her Beautiful Buildings, Resorts and Associations. The New City Building Academy of Fine Arts Independence Hall Arsenal Scene In Long fellow's "Evangelise" A, Little Mistake. In that delightful land whleh it washed by the Delaware'! waters, Guarding in Brlran shades (he name of Pena the Apostle, . Stands on the banks' of its beautiful stream the city he founded. There all the air is balm, and the peach Is, the emblem of beauty, And the streets still re eoho tho names of the trees of the forest As If thsy fain would appease the dryads whose bannts they molested," Thug Longfellow describes tho Phila delphia in which Evangeline "landed, an exile. Finding among the children or Penn a home and a country." Ttiis is my first visit to tho "City of Brotherly Lovo", ...

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. — 18 August 1886

- if ,p Av y" fc v tv 5' f The News-Herald. WKBNKSBAT, AUGUST IS, ISM. HILLSBORO. : t OHIO- TOPICS OF THE DAY. The Central American States are talking of uniting themselves to Mex ico. What they want, doubtless, Is more revolutions. TnE Mexicans hare a pretty good grip on the American pocket-book. Vhllo wo hold Mexican bonds in largo amounts and American merchants have largo balances duo them in Mexico, the Mexicans hold the property, and war to them would mean repudiation of most of tho debts. New York has a "pet" hotel, whero all sorts of household pets, from a canary bird to a monkey, are boarded during the absence of their owners. Tho pricos, however, are pretty high. The little canary pays twonly-fivo cents, tho parrot fifty cents, tho monkey seventy ibrc cents, pussy two dollars, and dogs from two to four and a half dollars per week. The present dlfficuty with Mexico will not bo profitless if it shall serve to stim ulate inquiry and diffuse accurate in formation concerning tha...

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. — 18 August 1886

r STATE NEWS ITEMS. Mrs. Bophrosiji Biuw, of East Baglnaw, Mich. .returned from a picnic uoar Warren, Iho other evening, to all nppearancos In tin best of health, and suddenly dropped dead. Her body has been shipped to her husband. The other night, during a quarrel Inn saloon at Newtown, Hamilton County, Mart Robinson, a young man living t Pendleton, was shot In the left breast, and o severely wounded that ho died at thn hospital in Cincinnati, on the 10th. His nyeI! M a eomPnln named Dudley Morphy. Robinson, Murphy,- Bob Steele and a young man named Frank Epply, hi) residents of Pendleton, had gone to New town for a good tlmo. About ten o'clock they and an unknown man became Involv ed in a general fight. It was then Robin son received the fatal wound. Epply was alsokhot in the arm, but not seriously. Murphy, escaped after the shooting. I 1885, while riding along in a funeral procession, Mrs. Margaret Stall was thrown irom her buggy by reason of hor horse taking fright at telephone ...

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. — 18 August 1886

- ti m Ik I 9T I ' K. - The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THIC News-Herald Publishing Company. 6. W. Btrrtr. Btbte Barren. E. R. Pline. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. AUG-UST 18, 1886. REPUBLICAN MASSCOHYEHTM A Mass Convention of the Republican voters of Highland county, Ohio, will be hold nt the Court House at Hills borough, Ohio, on Saturday, August 21st, 1886, At two o'clock p. m., to select seven (7) delegates to the Republican Stato Con vention to be held at Columbus on the J5th day of August, 1880. Henry A. Pavey, Acting Ch'mn Rep. Ex. Com. L',0881 What a vast circulation our contemporary has 1 You will please take notice that tho foreman swears to the number issued, and not to tho number circulated and paid for at the rate of S1.")0 per year. Old papers will bo for sale cheap at tho Gazette office for the not five years. A. M. Keily, who was appointed suc cessively Minister to Italy and Austria, and came bac...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 August 1886

t - ' Tfic N6ws-Hcfaia: Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main St AUGrtJST 18, 1886 The circulation of a newspaper deter, mine! the value of Its columns ai an ad vertising medium. The NEWS-HERALD hat by far the target circulation of any paper in Highland eoantTi whleh fact ad. vertltert would do well to bear In mind. Our lltti are open to their lntpeetlon. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. m Miss Fannie Zink is visiting friends in Chicago, Illinois. Misses Etta and Anna Hoyt are visit ing friends in Xenia. Mr. Jamos Head has returned home from a tour through tho west. m MissEffle Brown, of Bainbridgo, O., is the guest of Miss Kate Langley. Quite a number of our citizens attend ed tho Chillicothe Fair last week. m Miss Lillie Copes is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. George Hcnton, Cincinnati. For Sale My grocery, on North High street. D. C. Fknnkr. Wo pay tho highest price for Wheat at Hiestamd & Con man's. Miss Lida B. Defrces, of Troy, O., is a guest at the residence of Mr. J. L. Board...

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. — 18 August 1886

w 3 rr r $ way - .f IV The News-Herald. WKOaXkDAY. AIUIKTIS. IM. HILLS UOUO. OHIO. MOTHER'S QIRL. . te MU ffecurelr by my side, My bonny, llttlo lassl Ihe world is cold, tho world Is wldo, I lot tho cold world pass: with Mary smllinir up at me, I earo not what tho world may bo. She looks Into rav faded face, My bonny, llttlo lassl ut does not oi the wrinklod place Whore tltno's rough footsteps pass; ie measure mo by love's own rule. And thinks "mamma Is bonutlful." Sbo o;ks me many curious things. My bonny, llttlo lass! "lto angels slinking out their wings?" She says, when snow showers pass. J kiss hcrhaiipy fncoand sart 'Angels haw surely passed this nay." She looks at me with serious ej es, Mr bonny, littlo lassl (fnl P to mlno tho swoet thoughts rise mat through her lahc p isi. She pat my c'icok with smile and nod. And softly asks: "Does you know Uod?" And though I can not answer her. My bonny, llttlo lnss I Queer llttlo questions quaintly stir The rippling words that pass ladod ...

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. — 18 August 1886

V MONACO PALACfe. A Blind Prince Who Don Much for the Limited Number of HI Subjects, 1 After seeing the games nt Monti Carlo I visited the palace of Prince y Charles at Monnoo. Careless writer! use the names interchangeably. Be H understood, then, that the great gamb ling hell is within and a part of the tliminutlvo principality of Monaco. The less is included in the greater. Tho Prince's palace is situated at th other end of his possessions, about a mile from Monte Carlo. He never oc cupies it. He lives In luxurious retire ment at Paris on the large revenues de- irived from a lease of tho gambling mo nopoly. But he is rut off from many of tho pleasures of this llfo, as he l stone blind. His ample incomo en ables him to remit all taxes to his few thousand subjects and to keep a really beautiful p-.Jace on show for mil comers. Not to be wanting in any of tho outward -signs of sover eignty he maintains an army of hand some fellows sixtv-live strone and has a park of highly burnished a...

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 August 1886

i f fM Professional Cards. Cartli Inserted Undtr this Head at Follows J Inch, per yeiir 110 ini'ii, per year 5 it I per year . 3 en iiueaoi una type iniiae 1 men. H.DOYI.K. w.s.imnistLL D OYLK KUDISILL, IDEUKJ-'riSTS, UILLHUOIIO, o. Offick In McKlbbeii block, H. High street, -VTKLSON II. I.AFFKRTY, Physician and Surgeon, HILLSUOItO, OHIO. OrFlCK-Mnln street, over Detvller'a store. It-ltuuce, Mouth street, llrsl door westof Os. iir l.'innii'H. iii)2l)yl ll.l'ot.MNS. JOHN A. COLLINS. A OI.I.I N8 COLLINS, o ATTORNBYB -A.T Xp.A.'W, IIILLSBOHO, OHIO, Office Rooma 1 nnJ 2 Smith Blook, oor iicr Main and High atresia. A Notary 1'urtllo liiniHea. mt24 i KVASS, IDEISTTIST, HILLSBORO, O. Oifile Hibben block, formerly Horald office. II HIT ft OAllllETT, ATTORNEYS -A.X X.A.W, HILLSBOllO.O. Offick Corner of Main and High streets, MiTi-liaiita' National Iiank Building. 1 KOIUIE II. UAltDNEIt, ATTOB3STBY .A.T Ij-lVW HILLSBORO, O. OFFICE-Ovcr Felbel's Clothing Store. J It. CALLAHAN, D. D. S. IDEITTI...

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