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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 November 1889

J .' '; NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. TBCTRSPAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889. T o Y tiJ ' If every lamp in the United States had a "pearl-top" C chimney, the breaking of chimneys would almost cease. There would still be careless ness, accidents. But, if every lamp had a " pearl-top " chim ney, the change would be so great that the sale of other sorts would instantly stop. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, might possibly make enough "pearl-tops" to keep the coun try supplied. Now Hnrnphiro has made Rhodo Inland a present of 200,000 trout eggs. Southern Blood t Also gets out ol order. When I receiv ed tlio box of Solid Extract ordered from you, iny SISTER-IN-LAW 40 years old, HAD AN OLD FEVER SORE on her leg SIX INCHES ABOVE THE ANKLE, it was 15 YEARS STANDING, but until some two years ago would como nnd go, but the lost breaking out would YIELD i TO NO TREATMENT, though wo tried J everything, and sho had taken hor room, with the expectation of its SOON PRO V IN(j FATAL, as it was spreading rapidly. ...

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. — 21 November 1889

ryrrn-p rztrm Vf )tf v ' ' tt. . iV" ci'V' tj;fi"f." n. Vr. '( r j V , l V' ,S? M "I H v v wfih. i yr it. .NEWS-HERALD, HILSgO-THtTRSDAY KQVEMBER 21, 1889. Ht HjCWS' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BAKRERE, Proprietor. JOHN MoNIOOL, - Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATH8 JFOR ADVHRTI8ING Mad Known on Application. NOVEMBER 21. - - - 1889 DEMOCRATIC VICTORY MEANS: "NO SUNDAY LAW." "We Germans Will Have Our Beer." "Campbell Insures a Pre Government." "CAMPBELL AND FREEDOM." "Wo Wnnt n Llbem! Government." Tim ah'ovp wero the mottoes which wero carried by delegations in boor wag onn which paraded the streets in Cincin nati with music and serenaded the Com' viercial Gazette of that city. Tlioy carry their o n explanation. Comment is un ni'ivPR.uy. Did tho Sunday law or liquor traffic have anything to do with tho late oU'Ction ? mm Terrible for the time of year snow storms are reported from Colorado and other sections in tho west, by which railroad traffic has been complet...

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. — 21 November 1889

W-K.., ,v ,ii,u' . ? tf ' WM'W ''iw''' Jfi' ' V KEWS-HERALD, HILESBORO, O. THURSDAYyOYbMBER 21. 1889. TTT . 7, yi - K u ; Qht Ww3xl& Ofloet Hoggwd Building, W. Main Si. NOVEMBER 21, - 1889 Mr. D. Q. Morrow is nWnt in Chicago this week. Mies Fannie Karlshruer returned to her home in Cincinnati this week. Miss Effle Rbgers is visiting relatives in Greenfield. She expects to be absont a few weeks. Mies Hulda Lefevro is absent in Co lumbus this week visiting her friend, Miss Bertha Young. Mr. Chambers Leggett, of Ripley, was the guest of N. W. Chancy and family the lattor part of last week. Auditor Lefovre is' in attendance at tho Auditors' State Association, which meeting is being held in Columbus this week. Mr. Morris Adler, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Baer, re turned to his homo in Cincinnati last Monday. Union Thanksgiving service will be hold at the M. E. Church next Thurs day. Tho eermon will ho preached by Pr. Runyan. Mr. Ed. Morgan was the lucky man in tho d...

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. — 21 November 1889

' -pwwivi .J1 mmmmmKmmm ' :mix r. .- '-. ' 'V 'v f :v-:Av " .o.;- -- 7 - ti-'ii. i t i c ', tV-i" -'. ".' " r NE WS- HE RALP, HILLSBOMOE THURSDAY, IOYEMBER 12, 1889. ' (5 '- 'J-iUi VX7?Jf t 1 Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under Ihtt Head a lollowt: ltnoli,poryer ? utnoli, poryour 2 U tool' per year o Toa illnesof thlstype make llnoti. - II. COLI.INH, HiLLsBono, Ohio. A Notary Public In the. Office. Omen Booms No. 1 ttutl 2 Smith Bloolf, ept nor Main anil High ttroein. 'V e' OKr,unKW Notary Publio and Oonveyanoor, ltlLUMOHO, OHIO. C'uUf cttoua I'lumptly Attended To. OKKIOK III Court lltMHU. T. P. VANCE. 'MK H,RK -TTANC15 A HIKE, A.TXOBNBTS -A.T XjA-"W, IlII L8BORO, OHIO. OwiOK-Slnuus Building. n. m. iuiown. W. W. QLE.1N. B' UOWN Ss GI.KNN, Physicians and Surgeons, Hnxsnono, unio. Ovfiok No. 17 North High Btreot, Hibbon BiiiMmu, np-fctitlr. ( O. II. O AUDNElt. - N. SAMS. f1 (lAKllNKK & SAMS, HlLI-SHORO, OHIO. Ol0B-Over Jiicoii rtuyler .fc Son's Jew elry mure, Month IUu Street...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 November 1889

"0 i V I i " ,' r U W ' W,f -JkJ NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889. T Extremely Low Prices! - ON MEDIUM AND HIGH-GRADE Boots, ShoessRubbers $1.00 for Ladies' Fine Button Shoes. $1.35 for Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Flexible Sole Shoes. $1.65 for Ladies' Extra Fine Dongola Button Flexible Sole Shoes. $2.00 for Ladies' Genuine Custom-made Goat Button Shoes. $2.00 for Ladies'Genuine Custom-made Dongola Button Shoes $2.25 for Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Paten Leather Tip Shoes. $3.00 for Ladies Genuine Hand-turn Dongola Button Shoes. $1.75 for Men's Heavy Winter Boots. $2.25 for Men's Full Stock Kip Boots. $3.00 for Men's Genuine Hand-made Kip Boots. 53.75 for Men's Genuine Hand-made Kip Boots. Double sole and top, with strap around top. $2.25, $2.75 and $3.25 for Men's Gum Boots. $3.00 and $3.25 for Mpn's Best Make Snag-proof Gum Boots. Over Shoes from No. 5 Infant's Shoe to No. 12 for Men, in all styles' and grades. Wool-lined Alaska and Arctic Over Shoes to suit a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 November 1889

MM 5FT 'WVW? tw la- "S. t fl -""-'T-ny TS'T1.','".!1,', WffW.i", U'IiimOmmH'wSI '-""-"" - --? I -t T ' Hit ' -""; ...'.J i'i W A w,f Vl,p ,PI" ",l1 'UMlWPWIPPPPiJWWPWIllHW A 'V'-'W ?'W ?l,.r f ,, & r ;,-r-,.V- '"' V"T,E v;Vn ijis -' .1- NEWS-HERALD, mLLSBQ&V p.' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889. J 8 n v tff 1, if ), f W?' 1' Mi. .31 W "&J, . KAIS8B0K0. T November .19th, 1889. 'Born To Mr. and Mrs. John Erakine, last Wednesday, a boy. H. W. Roads visited Peebles, Adams comity, Inst week. Nicholas Carper, of New Petersburg, has opened up a beef shop in tho old post office building in this place. Miss Katie Russell?, of Greenfield, is visiting her grandmother and other friends in this vicinity. Hogs have been dying of cholera in this neighborhood, and tho fanners are becoming alarmed about it. Mrs. Benjamin Carper has been visit ing her friends at Waverly for several days past. J. S Williamson left to-day for Wash lngton 0. H., where ho will engage in tho salo of sewing machines...

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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. — 28 November 1889

L X v X "' S ' - ' - iW'CC'fe. -W" :!u N '- ' '' , fr'T.NH.if.l r ti " 'C ' &)"zJ''t HERALD. A. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COjfo., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28,-1889. VOL. 52N0.W31 ESTAILISHED 1M7. OaUna at rortajiM.gUftbye, Ohio, M MW t MIIW. , V . 1 i 1 '. i I 4 iff- j r T J s f INDIANA. Uprising of Citlzeas Because ef Grew TlolatloB of Law. Faihland, Ind., November SS.1-A few days ago Mr. and Mrs. Gtobbart, UtIbr several miles from this place, came to town and found their eon is a beastly state of intoxication. They at once notified the Boloonkeepera not to sell him any more intoxicants. Friday night they came in again and caught their son Hrinkintr lipnr. Mm. Gebhart took the glass from him and dashed the contents nf itm honr in tha bartender's face, and while ho was wiping his eyes she broke the glass over his head, inflicting quite a deep gash in his forehead; On hear l ing of tho circumstances the citizens j were ho incensed that it required con siderable effort on the part ol cooler h...

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. — 28 November 1889

( " ty S'ft' - K' v!:fflSHPy H 1 NEWS-HER ALDJH LLSBOBO;;0,- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889. Ml W h fc IV ! $ i'N 5 ii ' IK ft S- i & ift & ' . Sf &, & b- 2 carters! MfS CURE Rick Headache and relieve all the trouble Inci dent to a bllloui state of the system, such m IiizslneiisAfousea. Drowslnew. Distress after eating, Pain in the Bide, &e. while their most remarkable success baa ben shown In curing SICK Headache, yet CAarm'a Lrrrui LtvtR Fitxa are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the stomach, otimuUto the liver and regulate the bowels. Even It they only cured HEAD Ache they would bo almost priceless to those who suiter from this distressing complaint: but fortunately their goodness does not end hero, and those who once try them will find thew little, pills valimblo In so many ways that they will not be willing to do without them. But after all sick bead ACHE Is the bane of 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. — 28 November 1889

.' &tyfi tfjtWi-itfW ;' ' ' A ,.Vi, 1 4 " 4 1 tfEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOKO, O. THURSDAY, KOYEMBER 28, 1889. - O T V A I 1 .; If every lamp in'the United States had a "pearl-top" C chimney, the breaking of H1 chimneys would almost cease. There would still be careless ness, accidents. But, if every lamp had a " pearl-top " chim- . ney, the change would be so. great that the sale of other sorts would instantly stop. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, might possibly make enough "pearl-tops" to keep the coun try supplied. Tito -pin factories of the United StateB maim f uc tu re about 18,000,000,000 overy year. . Abont HU Brother. Several years ngo my brother, who livee with mi', hud u very strati soro to break out on his leg about half way between tho body and the kneo which after wards dev iuto a ros cancer. It r'.'snlted from a bruise made by tho rubbing of the stirrup-leather whilo rid inp. Tho cancer continued lo grow until it who about five inches long, and tliroo wide. (Elie flesh sloug...

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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. — 28 November 1889

''"' I IS w Yf h i M- Wr 1' ' i j a vjy it V . .1 If. r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BAKRERE, Proprietor, JQHNMoNICOL, - - Editor, WBSCBIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. n.trinfl iron, ADVMBTI8lNGv,urttni 'jf Charles Roado had mado Made Known on Appll"41""1 ... " NOVEMBER 38, - - 1880 "NO SUNDAY LAW." "We Germans Will Have Our Beer." f "Campbell Insuros a Tree Government," CAMPBELL AND FREEDOM." ' ,,W-. AV.iMI ii l.tVirnl IHivt-ininMit." Tho above worn tho mottoes which wore carried by delegations in'beer wag ons which paraded tho streets iu Cincin nati with rcucioand serenaded the Com mercial Gar'if of Hint city. Tlmy carry their own oxplanntion. Cominentisun necessary. Did the Sunday law or liquor traffic have anything lo do with the late election ? .-. -r - Wiiti-r in tlui Simko l!ivr has been so low this season that settlers have bitter ly complained of the duBt raised by tho Halmon going up stream. They threaten to ask for u appropriation t sprinkle tho river nott vcar if lb...

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. — 28 November 1889

rv v - Kir if' wn i".fytfs ei i, m V KA V'. f- VFT ., "i r ' ,. 1 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, 0. THURSDAY, y6YEMBER 28, 188(J. V ' l Jlv ijvWC I Jgbt ijewliM (Jficei Hogged Building, W Main St. NOVEMBER 28, 1889 Farmers, bring In your apples and sell them to Ddckwall, who is shipping again. Mr.Arthur McCluro of Columbus, is visiting his parents in this plnco this week. Miss Ma McKenzie, o( Wnvcrly, is tho Huest of her brother ntthe conservatory of Music. Mrs. R. 8. Evans returned last Satur day from an extended visit to relatives in Illinois. Mr. Robert Byron, of Greenfield, was visiting friends in this city tho forepart of this week. ' Mr. Walter Stevenson, of Trenton, N. J.,is visiting relatives in this place at tho present time. Musical numbers will bo given Thurs- av evening by Misses McKenzie, Dut- ton and Jdr.-Joo Howard. i Reserved neata for the Thanksgiving entertainment can bo secured at Gut ridge & Foley's for 35 cents. r,fV H, B. Lindloy, jr.. is making loanB on town and ...

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. — 28 November 1889

vr C j. ... r. " i i.' i p -y.-:r;v;yrVv v ".v' ".'t, i'.i ' J , ft . ir. 0 Professional Cards. Cards Insertid Under thli Htwd a lallowi: no 1 Inch, per yer I noli, peryanr a it mol" poryenr - .; vviIUVV"" Ton llnesuf mistype mnke 1 Inch. ( II. COIXIJsS, jb'roiaifcT.HJ-sr .a.t Ii-aw HiLUUinrto, Outo. A Notary Public in the Office. OrncK-ltoom No-. 1 and 2 Smith Block, oorticr ulalu and High ftrcet. -tJT T. OHKUUKH, Notary Public and Conveyancer, I11M.SII011O, OHIO. cJillctlon Promptly Attended To. Ofkicb In Court House. i. P.VANCK. JOHN T. HIKE, TANCK lUtK, ATIORNBY8 AT XiA."OT, HlI.LSllOKO, 0I1I9. Orricn-Btrnus Rulldlns!. a. x. nnowx. W. W. GLENN. Br KOVN & GLKNN, Physicians jind Surgsons, UILL8D0IIO, VJIUV. OmoK-No. 17 North High Street, Hlbbou BilldiiiKi up-stalrs. . ll.tiAllllNIill. O. W.HAMS. fi o,viiini:k & SAMS, Uii.i.tnoito, Ohio. Ofwok-Ovw Jiu'oo Hnyler ik Bon'a Jew elry Htore, Month HlKh Hlreel. vrr (I,DCCKWAU,B.D.B. HILL8BOBO.O. Omen-Opposite Or. Hoy',W. Malntrct ...

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. — 28 November 1889

& .--rv i' t w NEWS-HERAIiD, HILLSBOItO, O. THURSDAY, KOVEMBER 28, 1889. V 4 sto 1 .. let- m rirLTLnn i .a.:m: ctjotiibtq- Extremely Low Prices! ON- MEDIUM AND HIGH-GRADE Boots, ShoesMRubbers $1.00 for Ladies Fine Button Shoes. gi.35 for Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Flexible Sole Shoes. gl.65 for Ladies' Extra Fine Dongola Button Flexible Sole Shoes. g2.oo for Ladies' Genuine Custom-made Goat Button Shoes. $2. 00 for Ladies' Genuine Custom-made Dongola Button Shoes $2 25 for Ladies' Fine Dongola Button Paten Leather Tip Shoes. 1 $3.00 for Ladies' Genuine Hand-turn Dongola Button Shoes. $1.75 for Men's Heavy Winter uoots. $2.25 for Men's Full Stock Kip Boots. $3.00 for Men's Genuine Hand-made Kip Boots. $375 for Men's Genuine Hand-rhade Kip Boots. Double sole and top, with strap around top. $2 25, $2.75 and $3.25 for Men's Gum Boots. $3" 00 and $325 for Men's Best Make Snag-proof Gum Boots. Over Shoes from No. 5 Infant's Shoe to No. 12 for Men, in all styles and grades. WnnUined 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. — 28 November 1889

v 'i J .t' 'S STEWS-HERAIiD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1880; 8 ( i Catarrh Ih it constitutional nntl not a local dhease, nml thoreforo it cannot be curod by lo cal nppllcatlons. It require u ronstitu tinnnl remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, working through tho blood, eradi cates the impurity which causes and promotes the disease, and Catarrh effects A VGnnftnont-ciiro. Thousands of people testify to tho success of Hood s Sarsapariliansaremeuy mr caiurm wnuu other preparations havo failed Hood's SarsaDariiin aiso numis up the wnoie el renewed in system, and makes you fee! health ana strcngtn. Catarrh "I used Hood'sSarsaparilla for catarrh, and received preat relief and benefitfrom it. Tho catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in tho winter, causing con stant discharge from my noe, ringing noises in my ears and pains in the back of my head. Tho effect to clear Catarrh my head in tho morning by hawking and spitting was painful. Hood's Sar saparilla gavo me relief 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. — 5 December 1889

jl LUic & CX ntx i i 'irfjwi- a" ' ' n CSTADI IQlJCrn 1fl47 Entered at Post-ofnce, Hillsboro, CSIADLIOnCU tOOI. Ohio, as second-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND OO.Q. ! THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889. VOL. 52 NO. 32 :'M M v. r NEWSHERALD -JiSWlJBB I T ? k t im : ,vi y Those Universal Adjuncts. nv hev. s. I,ANK. Truly much of the slang and swearing has very littlo dictionary and still less common senso in it. Take for example the almost ubiquitous word mighty, as we from day to day hear it abused by both professed saints and professed sinners, from the hovel to the palace, and from saloons to pulpits. 'Tis might strong and 'tis mighty weak. 'Tis mighty great and 'tis mighty small. 'Tis mighty big and 'tis mighty littlo. 7 'Tis mighty straight and 'tis mighty crooked. 'Tis mighty white and 'tis mighty black. 'Tis mighty heavy and 'tis mighty light, &c. (tt Again listen how the once beautiful ord pretty is twisted, and pounded, and driven into a thousand shapes. 'Tis pretty nice a...

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. — 5 December 1889

';f. ":ty '" 'WSffi&WW " ;. I, ' ' WUWIIHP r 'JWBI . r :'. f 1. K 'N-ETVVHEKALD.IH kLSBORjl, O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1889. ' . . . "" u- I' CARTERS CURE Sick Headache and relieve nil the trouble Inci dent to a bilious Btnto of the nystcni, such im IMzr.lncua, Nausea. DrowslncM, Distreaa utter eating, l'nln in the Bide, Ac. While their most remarkable success has been shown in curing SICK Headache, yet Carter's Little Liter Fills are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoy Ing complaint, whllo Uiey also correct all disorders of the stomach, ftUmutato tho liver and regulate tho bowols. Even If they only cured HEAD Actio tliey would Ixs almost priceless to those who suffer from thli distressing complaint: but fortunately their goodness docs not end hero, mid thoso who once try them will find these llttlo pills valuable In so many ways that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after all sick head ACHE is tho banc of 60 many lives that here Is ...

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. — 5 December 1889

I- l i1 wmt Oi "If y u j IfT If every lamp in the United States had a "pearl-top" C chimney, the breaking of - chimneys would almost cease. There would still be careless- tiess, accidents. But, if every Jamp had a " pearl-top " chim ney, the change would be so great that the sale of other sorts would instantly stop. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, anight possibly make enough "pearl-tops" to keep the coun try 'supplied. It is estimated that the reoent election coat Tammany Hall $400,000. m The Fnlplt and the Stage. Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United Brethren Church, Bluo Mound, Kan., ays: "I feel it my duty to tell what wondera'JDr. King's New Dincovery has done for mo. My lungs were hadly dis eased, and my parishioners thought I could livo only a few wcoks. I took five bottleB of Dr. King's Now Discovery and mm sound and well, gaining twenty-six pounds in weight." Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny Folks Combination, writes: "After a thorough trial and convincing evidence, lam confident...

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. — 5 December 1889

-V ?;v CI ! "v- T xv r" .V '. ' ' H; , 'j 'll viAi - -v J t it. .'. n . ' I, n W I? b gtea"SU)caM PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W, BAERERE, Proprietor. JOHN MoNIOOL, Editor. KI8SCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATIES FOR ADVKBTISINO Made Known on Application. DECEMBER 5, - 1889 DEBADCBAT1S VICTORY MEANS: "3STO SUNDAY XiA.W." "Wc Germans Will Have Our Beer." "Oanipkll Insures a Pree Government." "CAMPBELL AND FREEDOM." ' Wii Yl'unt 11 l.lberiil Ooviirnmoiil." Tho nbovo were tho mottoes which ivum carried by delegations in beer wag ons whieb paiarieri tho streets in Cincln nuti with music nnil serenaded tho Com nnrelal Gazetlr of that Htv. They carry their n explanation. Comment Ik un necessary. Did tho Sunday law or liquor t radio have nnythinu' to do with tho lato election? m Thoy havo it way of their own in mak ing announcements in ToxacS Some iintriiMKO notices arc reported to read as follown: No cards, no cake, no flowers, no thank", 11 iregletn, nobody's business. Consistency...

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. — 5 December 1889

r.' , ;i'vV ..v h 4 " ( NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5,1889. r ft f- It $h HtjetwPtat. OSoei Hoggaid Building, W. Main St. DECEMBER 5, - 1880 Mrs. A. R. McMicken, of Cincinnati, is the guest of friends in this place at present. Mr. J. J. McDowell, of Cincinnati, paid a nying visu 10 remuveti iu mm -l-!l i . 1-Al !H iltln city last week. Mr. Olph Doggett returned last week 'from Cincinnati, where he has been dur ing tho summer. f The ball given by the young people on Wodnesday evening of last week was quite satisfactory to all present. Tho Ladles' Benevolent Society will meet at tho residence of Mrs. E. M. De Bruin on Thursday, the 5thlnst. Misses Rose Berry and Florence Bow ers, of Xenla, were the gueBta of Mr. Richard Burns' family last week. t "Mr. J. G. Perln and family spent Thanksgiving at tho home of Mr.Perin's parents at Bond Hill, near utnctnnaw. Tho Brltton trial Is sot for hearing In February. Judge Pugh, of Columbus, 'Tia expected to preside during the tr...

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. — 5 December 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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