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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 October 1889

foyffi $ . J v-X;;:jf'3 m fl f , S Onmii nna Urn ifcMttferttn itATAif. -arntea j, tkt consumption, and the comparison ' Is a roe oa. . Many are the"concelted" who erV dnWHtlMitUiaale ramedies. and ho; delude K dWfai.hu Wm I ty,'wliW only sairauom (is tne lmmeaiBie nae oi Dr. Bull's Cough 'Syrup J "He jests at scars who never felt a wound," and a man may stand with his hands in his pockets and laugh at a poor, worn rheumatic, but if he is a gentleman, he'll step into the nearest drug-shop and buy him a bottle of Salvation Oil for 25 cents. m The coldest region in the United States is .the stretch of country on the northern border from the Minnesota lakes to the western line of, Dakota. At Pembina, which lies near the forty-ninth parallel, the lowest tomperattire recorded in the great storm of the winter of 1873 was 50 below zero. This is believed to be the lowest temperature reached hi the United States. m a Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from prac- j tice, having had'p...

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. — 17 October 1889

W-T VwyjHji w,y iflppi jiijW'i?''' ' erf 1 ;f . wT"? ,rjp& ' . 1 if:' - -y ri K's ft.r'.'. Viji -y 1' 11 .i . .PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BAERERE, Proprietor. JOHN MoNIOOL, - Editor. UBtCBIPTIOH, $1.50 A YEAH IN ADVANCE, RATES FOB AXWKRTISIHTG- KUda Known on Application. OCTOBER 17, 1880 For Republican State Ticket. For Governor, JOSEPH B. FORAKER, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant-Governor, E. L. LAMPSON, ol Ashtabula. For Supremo Judge, FRANCIS J. DIOKMAN, oi Cuyahoga. For State Treasurer, JOHN C. BROWN, of Jefferson. Tor Clerk of Supremo Court, URBAN H. HESTER, of Van Wort. For Attorney General, DAVID K. WATSON, of Franklin. Member Board of Public worm, WILLIAM H. HAHN, of Richmond. For fechool Commissioner, JOHN HANCOCK, of Ross. District Ticket. For Senator, Oth Senatorial District, DAVID M. MASSIE. Republican County Ticket. For Representative, J. M. HUGHEY. For Auditor, CHAS. N. HOLMES. For Sheriff, H. W. ROADS. For Treasurer, T,. 0. HETHERINGTON. For Commissioner, J. M. F...

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. — 17 October 1889

; "... rl.f, 'V jtp v r k NEWS-HERALD, TTTIiliSBORO, Q TStfRSDAY, OCTOBER" 1ft, 1889. &c irsf it lJwSUtW & Offloet Haggard Bulldlagt W, Main 8t. OCTOBER 17, 1889 Miss Emma Ambrose has gone to visit relatives in Lancaster, Ohio. A number of letters from correspond ents and other matter Is unavoidably crowded out this week. Miss Jennie R. King has returned to her, home In Lancaster, 0., after an ex tended visit vrlth relatives In this place. Miss Halite Fenner left last Friday for Penia, Ohio, where she will assist her uncle, Oelson Fulton, in the poet office tit that place. The sad death of Charley Spargur, son of James W. Spargur occurred last Sat urday. For full particulars see Ralnsboro letter in this Issue. Miss Emma Boss, a dusky damsel, was found In questionable company last Sat urday evening and was fined $5 for her associations. Fine suspended during good behavior. When'you are in town go to the High land House for a good square pneai. The genial landlord, Col. 0. T. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 October 1889

fcj8ftLLSK55Wt tIH -r ' " " tvf U I .. 'V 6 fc- v ja fTWMMW JHWMSMlMtUMtKf ) - '3 ..-M .i ?i n . Ai.r a .? "ira r Jt , t . " -' t v r i , j-u r r - . ' ";? v - -v v ..wr :,i w 5rl.vi!:H"if.! NKiHAbJrJrsdbbiBOftn, Q, TTTTTR8DAY. QCTOWgR W, tftQ - iVit Professional Cards. lards Inserted Under this Hiat as lollow: llnch.peryear .110 W Inch, oar year , U Inch per year -.-. ............ Tenllneof thUtypemakellnch. a ) S 1 n. COLLINS, ATTOBFaY -A.T Xi-AW HtLLSBOBO, OBIO. A Notary Public In the Office. OrricE Rooms Nos. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main and High streets. Xf T. OKEUHKB, Notary Publio and Oonveyanoer, Him-sboko, Ohio. Collections Promptly Attended To. Office In Court House. . P.VANCE. rrANCK & nins, touts T. niBB, ATTOBNBY8 -rVO? HILLSBORO, OUIO. OFFICK-Strause Bulldinir. X.A.-W, a. M. SHOWN. W. W. OLCNK. nnow & GLENN, Physicians and Surgeons, Hillsdobo, Onto. OrriCE No. 17 North High Street, Hlbbcn BaUdlng, up-stalrs. a.D.OAHDNElt. O.N. SAMS. 1 UA11UNKK & HAMS, A...

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. — 17 October 1889

s?v-w, mf k': I'qsilrflfl -v7 V v,";y .iV vjlUf ' --" NEWfrHERALD, HILLSBj9Q..O- TgURSDAY, OCXPJBEB 17, lg89 s ! V I 1 i I I IV k p X r r m &. CURE 8lck Headache and rollers all the troubles (net dent to a bilious state of the system, such as DlscineM, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after eating. Pain in the Side, Ac. While their most remarkable mqcess has been shown In curing SICK Headache. yrt Omen's Lrma Live Pitui are equally Taluable In Constipation, curing and prerentlng this annoying complaint, while Ibey also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liter and regulate the bowels, EreqUthey only cured HEAD r would We sisMSiyrlceMas I f Ache thW would We sisMsi yrlceMas to tfcoM who suffer from'thlc-dlstresslng complaint: but fortunately their goodness does not end here, and those who nee try them will And these little pills yaluable in so many ways that they will not be willing to do without them. But after ail sick head wum MaariB U the bane o o manr Urea that h...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 October 1889

r-i v f r , 1 r ' V 'lt; NEWS-HERALD, 8 THURSDAY, .OCTOBER 17, 1889. H POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tliis powder never varies. A marvel of pari ty, strength and wholeaomencss. More eco nomical than tlio ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in oompotltion with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cant. Rom, Bakiko PowDEn Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. Hooslor Notes. Marion, Ijjd., Oct. 10, '89. NewsHeiiald : I once more attempt to write a word for your many readers. This city is climbing right along. The Normal School building is almost com pleted, and it is only necessary to be seen to be admired. One building at the Soldiers' Home is ready forthe roof, with several others on the way. Marion is building up rapidly. We will soon have street cars. I could write a great deal about this place. Our court is now in session trying "White Caps," and from the evidence that I have heard it looks as if the Caps will go over the road. I will now leave this and drop...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

Jf w fW?, .?&!.!... -f,,. ,. 1 1 iiiii F J? , Jr- i " :r2a!'4. .j - t.-j il if jj newSherald THE .y ; -i , $s. lk ft V. Mi' ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Poat-offlce, Hillsboro, Ohio, as aeoond-olaaa matter. A HILLSBORO VETERAN Views and Reviews Things Present. Past and Very Significant Conditions of a Boldler Who Wore the Blue and Cnrrlert n Mmhet. A FEW REMABKB BY A TKU AMERICAN CITIZEN. tfi it. Miim of tlm Commercial Oaxctto. !(.. ittft' I havo read with more or leBS Interest tho "war articles" of the Century Maga zine, from their inciplency "down to tho present now;" have read, in the borth !lmmcan2kmw,"AnEngliBhman sView of the War in America," by General Sir Garnet Wolseley, K. Q. B.; have read the "reply" to said Wolseley by Jef ferson Davis, who ought to havo been hanged P. D. Q., and have poruBod, in yonr yesterday's edition, tho comments upon these worthicB and their articles by Charles Donald Holmes, so that, with my experience during onr contest for tho Union, I feel ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

"' ; a K. '4w 'v r . rv - - , NEWS-HERALD, HILLSbSIo, O. THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 24 1889. 2 tafiY jfii M BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. mako tho famous Uorso Brand Baker Blankets. tW. Ill 1 SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS -WITII- PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS Throughout Without Change Between CINCINNATI -AND- NEW YORK CITY ! -VIA- WASHINGTON, D. C;, Baltimore and Philadelphia. SfSSfWA'M NEW ENGLAND POM THE SHORTEST AHD BEST LIKE VIA. CINCINNATI -TO- JJOVJSVIUM, ST. lOOIB, INDIANAPOLIS, CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY, OMAHA. Direct connection without delay en route made In Union Depot with the Great Through Lino to all point in the West, Northwest, South anil Southwest ii Pullman Pnlaco Sleeping Cnrs TltUOUail TO ST. I.0UI8. I.HWJST HATES. OIIICKKST TIMK. 11 EST ACCOMMODATIONS. Tickets sold and bagfoRO checked through to destination. For reliable Information, maps, time of trains and the bent possible rates apply to Agent v. w. & u. u. m. E. CARSON, Ulllsboro, Ohio. OK TO E. E. PATTONTrBT.Pan'r Ag't, Clill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

M$m v. Hi '1 i. , NEWS-HBRAXD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. ra t .( 1 ! h; 4 ' B 43 I itfjr 1 He held a piece ol MductiveJookiog piece of jewelry in his hand and he kept cMUng "o'ttly 2t cents and did you ever Bee'anythfngBO cheap 7"' "Yes," roared one oft the crowd "Dr. Bull's Baby Syrap Is the cheapest and best remedy known for children.' Prevention is better than cure, and Laxador is tho best preventive of disease known. It is UBed, approved and rec ommended by myriads of people through out the land. It only costs 25 ct nts. m St., Paul will put $50,000 into an ico palace. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from prac tice, having had pluccd In his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure 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 p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

"'.',t?"TJ''"s'" . - . V "4- : -T if f - .1 M cs - AHS&f ' w - -. i ! m jji ..i i. . NEWS-HJEKAJUJ-I, lUJUleUWBO,...: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W.'BAERERE, Proprietor. done in order to reduce expenses, tho wiser heads well knowing that there is not ghost ol a show for a single candi date on the wholo ticket. JOHN MoNIOOL, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, 91.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB AaVB3RTI8ING Made Known on Application. OCTOBER 24, - 1880 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 State Treasurer, JOHN C. BROWN, of Jefferson. For Clerk of Supremo Court, URBAN II. HESTER, of Van Wort. For Attorney General, DAVID K. WATSON, of Franklin. For Member Board of Public Works, WILLIAM H. HAHN, of Richmond. For bchool Commissioner, JOHN HANCOCK, of Ross. District Ticket. For Senator, Oth Senatorial District, DAVID M. MASSIE. Republican County Ticket. F...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

1 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, 0. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. fv-V A ...v A t V rs ) jQht &mWwd& Offloei Hogga Balldlng, V. Main Bt. OCTOBER 24, 1880 Mrs. E. Slagle, of Buford, has our thanks for a nico variety of apples. Mrs. Simon Brown,and daughter havo been visiting relatives in Ohlllicothe. Dr. W. H. H. Dunn, of Lincoln, Neb., was in attendance at Mrs. Johnson's fu neral. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hibben, of Col umbus, 111., are the guests of relatives in this place. Miss Maggie Ferris is visiting her friend, MIsa Nettie Ross, of Lexington, Kentucky . Misa Maude Allison, of Springfield, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Greuber. , Miss Jennie Pence, who has been studying music at Valparaiso, returned homo Saturday. The Amusement Club will bo enter tained this (Thursday) evening by Mr. and Mrs. T. D. W. Spargur. Mrs. Charles Manning, of Clermont county, Ohio, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. O. H. Collins, on Southern avenue. Mr. J. O. Hallowell and wife were called to Avo...

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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. — 24 October 1889

6 j- ProfesetonalCardBr- Cards Insertad under thil Hmi ulsttowt: ilnob,peryear. Hindi, per year. LZIlinH iiArvnitr. .110 6 m 7 I . . ...... Ma W A 1 I Mitt. f U. COLLINS, Hillbbobo, Ohio. A Notary Public In the Office. OrricE-ltoomn Nos. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main and High streets. yvr T. OREUIIER, Notary Publio and Conveyancer, HlLLSllOKO, OHIO. Collections Promptly Attended To. OrFlCK In Court House. t. P. VANCK. H T. HIKE. TTANCJ5 & tlinB, A.TTOJR0SrBTrS .A.X XjAW, Hills hoho, Ohio. OrriCK-BtraUits Building. . M. BROWN. W. W. OLSNX. "DROWN & GLENN, Physicians and Surgeons, HiLwuono, Onto. Offioe No. 17 North High Street, Hlbbcn Building, up-stalre. a.D.OAUDNEll. O.K. HAMS. l GARDNER & SAMS, ATTORNEYS A.T XjAW HiLuinono, onto. Office Over Jncoh Huylor fc Son's Jew Iry more, ctontU lllgli Street. TTT" DOOKWAU, 1. D. 3. 'HILLBUOHO.O. ' Omen Opposite Dr. Hoyt's,V. Mnlu street TRVIN McD. SMITH, HlLLSUOItO, OHIO. itialtii'it Block, cor. Mulu and Illicit streets. 1 1:0...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

&QWt$yw ' vw 4 V ft u:;j j ' T, "AfI7T" MT4 -THURSDAY, OeTOBEBrl24T4889. SfEWSEKXIiD, HIIiLSBDRO; Or- 7 .,, -, t . Vi i . 1 i i V ?ML SHERIFF'S PROCURATION GENERAL ELECTION. Rnuirr'fl OrriCK. IltLLBDono, Onto, HiontASD Coomr, ' October 14th. 1889. To the tnnltHrft Voters of UlRtalnnd Comity I Whkbkas, By the law of Ohio regulation elections, it la required by the Sheriff of Ms county to give notice, before the time of hold ing ft general election, b proclamation throughout tho county, of the lime on which inch election ehall be bolden Now, therefore, In pursuance of euch require ment, I, M. S. Maekerley, Sheriff of Ulgnland county, Ohio, do hereby proclaim and mako known that tho ., First Tuesday Alter the First Monday T In Member, A. D. 1889, (Bolng.the fifth day of laid month,) I, by the Conitltutlon and Laws of Ohio, ap pointed tho day on which the qualified elector! of Ulghland county aro notified to meet In I their rejpectlvo townships, at their usual or A- proper place des...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 October 1889

n:;tfw ww.mmm vr ,' -s ' "s '"'' ' V ' V ' ' '' " ' rt;7." "iv T,,,t:,is' 1 ".r K. rf ' t ,1 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBffljb, 6. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1889. 8 mp l OREENFIELD. October 21st, 1889. Miss Amy Wilson, of Washington 0. H., Is visiting Miss Emma Parker. Rev. S. T. Clayton passed through our, town Friday. The funeral of Mrs. Emma Franklin took place from her residence on Lafay ette street last Friday. Tho funeral of John Potter took place Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from tho nnntlHt nhnmli. Mr. Potter resided n short distance northwest of town and, leaves a wifo and eight children to mourn his loss. Mt. Geo. Milholland, who has been confined to his bed for somo weeks post with rheumatism, Is slowly recovering. It is reported that Mr. W. 11. Ander son and wifo will return from their ox tended bridal tour In tho west before tho election. On Saturday afternoon somo small boys were playing imthe yard of Mr. 0. W. Price, placing .powder bottles and then putting a match to tho mouth o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 October 1889

rK'ST ,r .:?. ..:,..'. ,f',?iV,",;r:ff,:,J,' ''-A-i, ts, , -wrvw. MJpWipfi vk?-k v-;" 'ifigffi'- W7 --,'oMa-w? Tfc . THE NEWS-HERALD. j HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND" dD., O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Poet-offlee, Hlllsboro, Ohio, u second-class matter. VOL. 52 NO. 27 a. X Y -i ,i a THE LAST CHARGE. Republicans Mast Do Their Whole Duty Next Taestfay. A Summing TJp of the leenee of the Caw- pnlgn and the Necessity of Every Republican Voting Straight. With this lasue of the Nkws-Hxbald we close the campaign. There is no visible cause for discouragement to Re publicans at this distance from tho day of decision. The Nkws-Hkbald flatters itself in that the campaign has been a clean one on the Republican Bide in Highland county, and in fact through out tho State of Ohio. What "personal errors were made were quickly and hon orably retracted. And what a striking contrast has been exhibited in the pres ent campaign between Republican fair ness and Democratic duplicity. ...

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

-'W I V ' '",, i V t. ' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. -tTHURSDAX, OCTOBER, SI 1089. 2 The boy may live to be 80, but the poor horse for want of a blan ket in the stable has to die at 20. FREEQet bom your dealer free, the . Book. It has handsome pictures and valuable information about horses. Two or three dollars for a 3a Horse Blanket will make your horse worth more ana eat less to keep worm. 5A Five Mile 5A Boss Stable 5A Electric 5A Extra Test Ask for ' SO other styles at prices to suit every' body. If you can't get them from youl dealer, write us. BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. NONE OENUINE WITHOUTTHE B LAEL Manurd by Wtr. Ayrks ft Sons, rhllada., who mako tho famous llorso Brand Baker Blankets. CMIRI SOLID VESTIBULED TRAINS -WITH- PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CARS Throughout Without Change Between CINCINNATI -AND- NEW YORK CITY ! VIA WASHINGTON, D. C, Baltimore and Philadelphia. SSKSraBSra NEW ENGLAND POINTS THE SHORTEST AND BEST UHE VIA. OINCINN'A.TI TO tOCISVIIXE, ST. LOUIS, INDIANAPOLIS...

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. — 31 October 1889

W t w v , S ', '1 NEWS-HERAEP, HILLSBORO, O.-r-THlTRSDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1889. V . y tf . X, ' ; , Pop, clash ! Tliere goes the lamp-chimney. No need of your breaking them. Talk with your dealer about it. If every trouble were equally easy to stop, there'd be some fun in living I " Pearl-top" chimneys do not break, ex l- cept by vio lence. -Thet maker is Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh. Persons Hvlngnear the sulphur springs of Uwchland, Pa., have loUt the sense of smell. ' Consumption Cured. An old phyBlcianj retired from prac tice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, jtstbraa 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, hns felt it his duty to make it known to his1 suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 October 1889

wmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm jl. . ' i . .',', ; vwfl -"V jwwv-TWTONnT' "" . , ' '-tht-J'" . ' --,- ;M,s7P"r -v "T7 vr"TTTf v'.,-TJTP-nwwffWPW''"-'- tsy v. NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBQ; DTfiURSDAY, OOTOBER 31, 18S9. rt M $foe mWtxU PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BARRERE, Proprietor, JOHN McNIGOL., Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATK8 FOE ADVJERTISINa Made Known on Application. 1889 OCTOBER 31, Bepublican State Tioket. For Governor, JOSEPH B. FORAKER, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant-Governor, E. L. LAMPSON, of Ashtabula. For Supreme Judge, FRANCIS J. DIOKMAN, of Cuyahoga. For Stato Treasurer, JOHN C. BROWN, of Jefferson. 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 bebool Commissioner, JOHN HANCOCK, of Ross. Distriot Tioket. For Senator, Oth Senntorlal District, DAVID M. MASSIE. Bepublican County Ticket. For Representative, J. M. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 October 1889

V? - .f ! NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1889. v j "r" Mi"" W T .A J. IV ggfeje jtowjtogaMi OMmi Idggurd Building, W, Main St. OOTOBER 81, 1880 Mr. H. 8. Scarborough is in New York at the present time. m Gen. Sheridan at 1 o'clock Saturday, November 2d. Turn out! Gibney, Gordon A Gibler Comedy Co. at the Armory all next week. Mrs. Dr. McSurely expects to visit her daughter, Ella, at Oxford this week. m H. Baer returned tb Peru,Ind., after a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. I. Kaufmann. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Baer returned from Cincinnati last Saturday after a few weeks' visit. For Sale A good work horse. For further particulars apply to 0. M. Harsha. A very pleasant party was Riven by Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Feibol last Saturday evening. All Demons buying a ticket for Dad's Girl Monday night will receive one freo ticket for a lady. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bowers re turned the latter.part of last week from their bridal tour. Mrs. Grand-GiraTd is absent in Wil mington, Ohio, visiti...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 October 1889

f w ' u M T NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBdRtfr O. ;THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31,1889. Ti I!'.'. r '! i w V r . V i , a 6 Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under thll Head at follows: I Inch, per year - 12 Klucli, poryear Hlncl' per year....... jryvr.h""" Tonllnesof thlstypemakallnoh. 1 U. COLLINS, !k',ra?oiei?r3a'Z" .A.T Ij-Aw Hiixanono, Onto. A Notary Public In the Office. OrncB llooms No. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main and High streets. W" OBEUHEH, Notary .Publio and Oonveyanoer, Un.uuiono, Oiuo. Collections Promptly Attended To. Office In Court House. t?. P. VANCE. . JOUKT.UIUK. "TTANOE A BIBB, ' ATTORNEYS A.O? IA."W, HILLSBORO, Ohio. OFFICE-Strnuss BulldltiK. K. m. nnowN. W. W. OLENN. TnOffK ft GLENN. Physicians and Surgeons, HtLLsnono, Ohio. Office No. 17 North High Stroet, Hlbbon Balldlng, up-stalrs. a. H.OAlinNKU. O. N.SAMB. tf OAHDNKlt ft HAMS, ATTORNEYS A.T LAW HiLLsnoiio, OHIO. Office Over Jucob Baylor it Bon's Jew elry Btore, South High Street. "Vtr O. DDOKVAU, D. D. S. DEITTIST, HILLSB...

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