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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1886

W- VJt V , rsw r ?w -" it - r - ? THE NEWS-HERALD. .Uit. ?tl X. r p . i i .. xjyjkr,' ; ll 'V 41 .1 1 ' I ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO,, O., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1886. TRAMP PRINTER In the Goal Regions of East ern Pennsylvania. Description . of Some of the Mining Towns And ft Few More Words stoat York and Philadelphia. Now VOL. 60 NO. 21 From Now York City to Philadelphia over tho route I took, tho boat of oppor tunities for studying, Eastorn Fennsyl vania wore , presented. My first stop out of New York was Middletown, about half a hundred miles northwest of the metropolis. It is a lively town of eight or ten thousand population and pros perous from a business standpoint. Of Port Jervlg. llDon tho linn Imtnmnn Vo YoVk and Pennsylvania, only a few miles farther west; the samomay also bo said. 'From here it is but a few miles to that prominent summer resort, the "Delaware Water-Gap," and the Dela ware river flows by tho city, though it is not navigablo there. A beautiful ...

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 August 1886

1 & The News-Herald. WEBHHBAT, AUGUST M, IfMfr HTLLSBORO. OHIO.. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Some of the best society people hire toilets tit the seasldo resorts. It costs 10 a night to rent n $500 dress, plus the expense of fitting and insurance against grease, ice cream and lemon ade. A Cobleskili, (N. Y.) correspondent of a Troy paper says that hops aro bringing forty cents, and tells of a farmer in that vicinity who does not take the papers, and who being, there lore, ignorant of tho price, sold his hops last week for nine cents a pound. . - A sri ritualistic medium wont into a trance in tho houso of John Searls, of Henry County, 111. The medium de clared there was petroleum on the farm, and pointed out the spot whore it could be found. Searls bored to a depth of 1,100 feet and found nothing but water. TnE Swiss Congress chooses a council of seven, and the council chooses a Presi dent for one term only. Congress sits but onco a year, three weeks for a session, and the pay is 4 a day....

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 August 1886

V f . . y OHIO DEMOCJRATS Nominate a State Ticket at To lodot John McJIrlile Nominated for Secretary of Htm The Platform, Ktc. Tof.hoo. O.. Auk. 11 !t was after 10 o'clock when tho delegates begun to coino Into Me morial Hall, In which tho convention wat held, and which was handsomely aid appro priately decorated. It was exactly 11 o'clock when Tom Cogan, as Chairman of the Stato Central Committee, called the convention to order and announced tho permanent organi sation, with General E. D. Finley ns Chair man nnd C. A. Lnyton, of Auglaize, as Secretary. General Flnloy was brought In and made a speech. .Ho approved' of tho work of tho Democratic Congress, Indorsed Cleveland In glowing terms, denounced tho unseating of the Ham ilton County delegation nnd tho course of tho Legislature In the contest ensos, paying spec ial attention to Kennedy, nnd paying his re spects to tho Supreme Court. He denounced In unmeasured terms the action of Uo crnor Foraker In pardoning Fred Hermann, and ca...

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. — 25 August 1886

T& " 5 ". '- l"" t v S i , ..Nil'- ' a i & j. ' K ... TBe News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THS - News-Herald Publishing Company. O. W. Bamre. Babes Baiter. E. R. Pltnw. UBSCRIPTION, l.S0 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATKS K)B ADVKBT18INO Made Known en Application. ' ' AUGUST 25, 1886. REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL CONVENTION ! The Republicans of tho counties com liosing tho second sub-division oi the Fifth Judicial District of Ohio will meet in delegate convention at Greenfield, O., at one o'clock p. m. on Thursday, the lltli day of September, A. D. 1886, to nominate a candidate for Common Fleas Judge, to serve for the full term of Ave years from the 0th day of February, 1887. Also a candidate for Common Picas Judge to serve for the short term of years from tho 9th day of Febru ary, 1887. The ratio of representation at said Convention shall be one delegate for every 150 votes cast for J. B. Foraker for Governor in 1885. lly order of the Republican Judicial Cuiiitnittcc, Second Sub-Divi...

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. — 25 August 1886

, r - lU The News-Heraid. Office i Hoggard Building, W. Main St. AUGUST 25, 1886 The circulation at n newspaper deter mine! the value of Hi columns as an ad vertising medium. The NEW8-1IERAI.D hai by far the targes circulation of any paper In Highland Bounty, which fact ad vertlsera would do well to bear.ln mind. Our lists are open to their Inspection. Tho Sablna Fair is now lu fall blast. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Mr. Alec Tudor spent a part of last week with friends in Greonfleld. For Sale My grocery, on North High street. D. C. Fknnkr. a . Wo pay the highest price for Wheat at- Hiestand & Cowman's. Miss Austa Dwyer, of Greenfield, is a guest at tho residence of Mrs. John M. Kay. Miss Jennie K. Harris, of Cincinnati, is visiting at tho residence of Capt. F. F. Kibler. Mrs. James . "VanPelt and children are visiting Mr. John Terroll and rela tives at Lynchburg. Mr. Ira B. Blackstock, ot Paxton, Illi nois, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Glenn, of West Walnut street...

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. — 25 August 1886

li ' . i c K 1 , A . .U lv ' LM' n .- CwT" , 'tfN -.V. 4 .. The News-Herald. WEDNESDAY. At'Ul'HT SS. ISM. UlLLSBORa i i t OHIO. THE CASHIER'S DREAM. .At midnight, In bit little bed The cashier dreamt about the time He'd clean the bank of every cent And seek iomo othor clime; He Haw the vaults all clean and bare. He heard tho sick Directors swear .And people howllnp on the stair For wealth they'd never see. Hh saw the experts try to flz Ihosum ned taken out! Ho saw tho tr umphs of hit tricks And trnvo a happy shout. The wealth was all in bis valise 'J ho oust, tho chink, the soap, 'he urease, And thnrofore he could sml le in i peace And tako his onward way llut hold achansret Ho saw a man With look of black do'palr Come up and Join the angiy clan And stamp around and swear: TIo said ho d spend at lean a year To hunt and find that thief cashier. And then he'd smash him on tho ear Itocauso his wealth was gone. Ho saw this man, like keenest hound, Take up the trail and hunt; Ho tried in...

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. — 25 August 1886

V -r u - 11 I V l-uf '& FARM AND FIRESIDE. Don't give metro nttention to yonr colts and calves than you do to your boys and girls. Boston Post. Canned frull and vegetables In glass aro apt to loso their color when long exposed to tho light. The numerous baskets used for toilet purposes may, when soiled, bo glided or bronzed itnd made prettier than now. To never let ono acre cf ground lio any longer thnn oan possibly do helped without producing, and largely, too, Is a good motto to adopt on the f aim. Chicago Herald. Now Is the time to store up a sup ply of dry earth for winter use in tho staoies. it is ono or. tho nest aDsorb cnts that can be used, is cheap and may be substituted for moro valuable ma terial. Troy Times. A household writer says that flies can not llvo more than forty-eight hours without water, and that if water and ail othor liquids are kept out of a room that long tho flics will leave it. Most people will prefer tho flics. For hoarsenoss: Boat well tho whites 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. — 25 August 1886

I I Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under this Head as Follows: 1 Inch, ptr year - 110 i limit, per year 5 i lin'h, imryear .. 3 Ten lines of mistype make 1 luoli. 1. It. DOYI.K. W. S. RUD18H.L. -pvOVLK A UUDI9ILL, XDEnSTTISTS, IIILLSUOIIO, O. Office In McKttibou block, H. High street. "llTKLsOX II. LAFPKItTY, Physician and Surgeon, HILLSBORO, OHIO. OFFicK-Mnln Klreot, over Dotv-ller'a store. Itctlilence, rtouth street, first door westof Os- ii r Lemoo'. mjWyl II, COLLINS. JOHN A. COLLIN. o ROLLINS ft COLLINS, A.TXortxTB-sra a.t x.a.'W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. IHvick Room 1 nnd 2 Smith lllock, cor ner Mnlu nnd II lull MreeiH. A Notary I'nlillo In utllce. mar2l l EVANS, HILLSBORO, O. Oracc Hlbben block, formerly Herald office. TTABI ft OABnETI, A.tTOBNI!TS -A.T X.A.W, HILLSBORO, O. Office Comer of Main nnd High streets, Mi ruhHiits' National Bank Building. - KOBOK II, OAItDNEK, ATTOBOSTBY .A.T? XjA."W HILLSBORO, O. Office Over Kelbel's Clothing Store. I It. CALLAHAN, V. D. S. HILLSBORO, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 September 1886

U CUL ( r. THE NEWS-HERALD. ."-" "'T'wif vr i . ' ".III, if' " ' !' I L till I I'll If v Tl 'II ;a ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 22 pfic-&K .. U HEIDELBERG. The Old University and tho Recent Jubilee. Description and Hlntory of tho Famous Institution from tho Date of Its Foundation by Urban II. in 1385. To be Continued In a Conking Nnmber of tho ICews-IIerald Mammoth Li brary Students' Wars- Grnd- uul Growth and Change in Educational System. Heidelberg, August 2d, 1880. Editor News-Hkhald I have pur posely postponed writing of the Univer sity until the present, in order to incor porate 'with it some reference to the Jubilee. Heidelberg University was, originally, a purely ecclesiastical Institution, as is shown' by tho following facts : The pro ject was submitted to tho Popo for ap proval, a bishop was nominated chan cellor, and four church dignitaries were appointed guardians of its rights and privileges. This explains t...

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 September 1886

Iff? r The News-Herald. WIBXW4T, KPrBMBB 1. IMfc ' HILLSBORO. i i OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The reported discovery of gold in South Africa 1b causing great cxclto menl In Europe, and Is likely to enhance tho value of African colonics of tho various European powers. The War Department has been offi cially advised that Gcronlmo, the vocif erous and cheerful cut-throat of the booming Southwest, desires to surren dernot to tho United State, but to Mexico. ' No Chinese bank has failed in ."iOO years. When a Pckln bank fail', they treat tho president with real tender con bideratlon. They carefully and quietly reinoo tho outer cuticle previous to extinguishing the Ital spark. Recent developments show that a man's lifo Is In less danger from jump ing off tho Brooklyn bridge, or swim ming through Niagara whirlpool in a cork suit or a barrel, than it Is by being a bloody bomb-throwing Anarchist. Glass floors aro coming into very general ue in Paris. Although they cost more at fiist, they aicfo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 September 1886

!": V I . 1 f OHIOKEPtJBIilCAftS SSS Assomble at OelambuslMd Nomi nate a State Ticket General Iloblnson Itenomlaai.d'for ftecre. lary or State by Acclamation Iutlg,t Williams Nomitiateil " fur Judge nfHuirems Court. Coi.liMBfs. O., Aug-. 23. The delegates to the btato Convention were called to order at 11 o'clock, by Chairman Lowry. He then In troduced Chiplulti Moore, who Invoked Dlvlno aid In the deliberations of the Convention! General Noves, the temporary Chairman, then made the following speech: "If thirty years service In the ranks of tho Republican parly, commencing with tho Fre mont campaign In 1P5H, inny git o mo any right to advise with you, my fellow-citizens, I should ray do nothing, and saying nothing Gere tcwly Which can give comfort, encour. agement or hope to tho enemy. Annntince your principles courageously and with em phasis, but without provoking dissensions or exciting personal bitterness. Two years ago by tome Inscrutable dispensation of Divine Providence wo wer...

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 September 1886

wfrrw ai The .News-Herald; PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, BY THK News-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. Barrtre. Bsbss Barrtre. E. R. Pltnen. SUBSCRIPTION, V.50 AVEAB IBrADV.MCt. RVT-KS IFOR ADVKBTIS1NQ- fad Known on Application. '" SEPTEMBER 1, 1886. Republican State Ticket. For Secretory of State, JAMES S. ROBINSON, of Hardin. Judge of the Supremo Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. Clerk of the Supreme Court, URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. Commissioner of Common Schools, E. T. TAPPAN, , of Knox. Member Board of Public Works, M. W. HAHN, of Richland. REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL CONVENTION Tho Republicans of the counties com posing tho second sub-division of the Fifth Judicial District of Ohio will meet in delegate convention at Greenfield, 0., at one o'clock p. m. on Thursday, the llth day of September, A. D. 1880, to nominate a candidate for Common Pleas Judge, to serve for the fall term of five years from tho Oth day of February, 1SS7. Also a candidate for Common Pleas Judge to serve for th...

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. — 1 September 1886

&ZJ73 & if. 1 1 i I" v 1 1l 1 v -- The NewsrHerald. ir -trjwAxu(a fci fcrmiitii' Offloei Boggard Bnlldiig, T. Main Sti SEPTEMBER 1, ,1$80 The circulation of aewaaape ater ntlnee the value of V eolni,';iUi;'id. vertlalng aaeaMaan. - la XKW&.KMULL0 has by tar the Urges eiranlatloa of any paper la Highland eonnty. whleh fact ad vertisers would do wall to bear in.atlnd. Oar lists ara opan to thalr laipaetloa. Wilmington .Fair nexl week. Tho State Fair commences to-day. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. m The Cincinnati Exposition opens to day. Master Butch tForaker is visiting at Uolumbug, , Regular monthly meeting of Council next Monday. Creston's Circus is billed to exhibit in this place to-day. A number of our cltisens attended the Babina Fair last week. , . ., we pay thei.hlghest price .for Wkeat at "HtoTAMDc Cowman's. ,.a i Hobm Wasted Beat in advance. Address Bbr H., Hlllsboro. ,., m For Sale Double-barreled, breech loading shot gun.' Call on Frank Sayler. Rev. Heber...

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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 September 1886

- "? 4 sac"zr awMwariaiwaaaiiww' r 1rhe News-Herald, wsaxBasAT, mpkvmeji i. las sULLSBORO. t : : OHIO. MIDDLE MIE. days of fair midsummer tlmel O days of prose, of peace, of calm! Bow when 1 seek the blue sen w c, It Is for comfort and tor clams, And not M follow prcttr itoso. With glasses on her piquant nose. Hot to obey her queenW nod, Not to spend hours before tho glass Ida anting of wondrous tie , Whloh shall my ris al's tie surpass, And envy to his dark soul bring, Although, alasl 1 can not sing. He was a plaintive falr-halred ) otith, Who plaved upon the light bnnlo. And warbled 'neath tho witching moon: "My love that lo ed me long ago," Till even the rocks folt his regret: Her spectacles were glistening wet. Tin not to wasto mi manlr strength In rowing any lovelr maid. Or scrambling after harebells blue To deck her false but golden braid; Tie not to lose my sleep for care, Vor throbbing hope and dark despair. Now years havo flown, and How has wed Tho gentle routh with tolco s...

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. — 1 September 1886

V i' t in I --. SCHOOL AND CHURCH. i Tito first college annual over pub lished in tho South was recently Issued by the UtilTorslty of Georgia. The nobility of England giro $100,. 000 a year for missions, tho Sunday" schools 1600.000 and tho "poorer classos" 12,000,000. Tho Chautauqua University has a non-resldont School of Theology for the benoflt of young ministers nnd others who wish to review their studies. The little Chinese Presbytorian Church in San Francisco gave forllomo Missions last year $90; for Foreign Missions $158. Tho Chinese of Los Angeles gave $36 to one of the native helpers, in China to open a mission school, Sail Francisco Chronicle. Some vnodul has stolen tho Ivy planted by tho Yalo, class of '86. It was tho gift of Mrs. Gushing, who got It herself from Mount Helicon.: in Greece, from the face of a cliff whore the marble was quarried for the build ings of the Acropolis of ancient Athens. Hartford Post. A chuich In Morolla, Mot., Ins been agitated by a visit from...

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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. — 1 September 1886

Professional Cards. .. .1.... i. .I .. ... ... ... drill Insirled Under this Head at Follows: I inrli) per )ear ....... .... .310 i rn'li, rr ear ' 4 iii'mi, r er J Ten lines of lulu type niHkel luoti. .t 11. DOYLE. W.S.ltUWHtLI,. D kOYI.K ft UUDU1LI., DENTISTS, IIILLMIIOIIO, O. Ofhok-1h Mclvilibrn block, H. lltgh street. -jKUON M. tAFPEKTV, Physician and Burgeon, UILLSUOKO, OHIO. Officr Main street, over Del viler' etore. ltrol'lonce, South street, fint door weatof Oa- in I.imiioci'k. m j My 1 (' II. CMLI.1N9. JOHN A. Col.l.INa. y ROLLINS ft COIXIN8, ATTORNEYS A.T LAW, HILLSUOKO, OHIO. Of kick Rooms 1 nnd2Hmltli IJlock, cor- Iiit Muln n ml Hluli HtrcetR. A Notary I'ubllo iiniince. mar24 KVANS, IllLLHBOHO.O. OrrtcE Ilibben block, formerly Herald office TTAUT ft QAKRKTT, ATTOHNET8 A.1 X.A.W, HILLSBORO, O. Office Isomer of Main and High streets, Merchants' National nana: uuiiuing. f"1 KOHOK B, OAItDNElt, A-TTOiRrcHBY -A.T Ii.a.'w HILLSBORO, O. Officr Ovor Kelbel's Clothing Htore. -J 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1886

. ,, ,--,..-- : . -ra- jarrr r-? , x.-" - Tr,i.,swr HERALD i In ' .! i c - i 1 j., i.i i 'I ui yllft'i'vi .ini'i ii i I .' i ) :. r 'Mi V r ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1886. VOL. 60-NO. 23 vx-ritL- ixtL-wo V v HEIDELBERG. Studenta, Studies and Ad vantages of the .Old University. Tho Odium tlmt Attaches to American Dentistry A Gigantic Jubilee. 6eraan Carps Students with Canes and Cams, Japanese Paratelsand an' Air or General 'Crankiness ' -506 Anniversary of the , UnlTersity Marnll cent Festivity. Hkidklbkko, AugustOtbj.1880. Editor News-Hbbam There 'wore in attendance at the university, this Sum mer Semester, ton hundred .and "thirty six students? Ot this number eight hun dred and nlnety-nino were residents of the. Empire, the remainder foreigners or non-rejldents. Of the former) the two States of Baden and Prussia sent more than three-fourths two hundred and ninety-seven and three hundred land fifty, , respectively. .Thirteen countries jo...

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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. — 8 September 1886

The News-Herald. WUHEaBAT, SJEPTKMBKB 1,'MH HHASBORO. s t I 'OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The San Francisco Mint employes at present 800 hands. It is the largest in tho world, having a coinago capneity twico that of Philadelphia and thrico that of the English Mint Bibles are distributed at Castlo Gar den printed in English, Welsh, French, Danish, Swedish, Finnish, Italian, Span ish, German, Dutch, Russian, Bulgarian, Hungarian, Bohemian, Polish, Slavic, Arabic, Greek, Armenian, Hebrew and Portuguese. The officials of the Llght-hpuso Board claim to have discovered that there is no authority for a light on tho Bartholdl statue in Now York harbor, and that until Congress grants the necessary per mission, none can bo allowed. By somo oversight, no mention of a light was made in tho bill appropriating money for the Bartholdi statue unveiling. In an English magazine an attempt is made to give a series of Americanisms; that is to say, words coined or invented in America. Under the word Bonanza...

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. — 8 September 1886

: ta ? -rw . wcn- wm . Oss-.i .feet KMttu ....- . xi. tf ; v 't X , IN RUINS. Tfce CKjr f' Ciarleste., 8. C, Vfeke-i.- Earthqiake ait lieil.M'KUWt'f' f TJ X-ulaetsPortioa of th City Wrecked aavd tk Storee Cloeed-Fears of rood Fulai. . V The Lilt of the Killed Ijaad njared I- oreMiBHo'uriy.and Bannia' J. Into the Hundred!. Several More Buildings Fall Wli the" Shock; The Parki and Open Spaoei the Camping Ground of Thousand, of Dia- Muajtd People,- .,. H -'2rLi ' v 4. v. Breaks Out and Twenty Bouses Bnrned The Utmi Done at1 Ilea- fort, 8. C, Atlanta and SaTanab, sja., and Other Maees. .. 'I-.-' ,. VUMs rABTlCUT.ABS. '' Chaklebton, Sept 2. Shortly after ten o'clock Tuesday night an earthquake, of aueh violence as hag never before been ex perienced In tbla city, occurred. The whole city was shaken violently, causing a heavy loss of life, and doing Immense damage to 'property. The,v city' It one mass of wreck. . The streets are completely blockaded with the debris of ruined houses, telegr...

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. — 8 September 1886

.: I !. i TheHRewi-lKiraia: PUBLISHED, EVERY WEDNESDAY v. -?iv tub w j Nows-Herald Publishing Company. O. W. Barnre. Bib Barrsra. E. R. Pleraon. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES IPOR ADVERTISING- Made Known on Application. SEPTEMBER 8, - 1886. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary "of Stato, JAMES 8. ROBINSON, 7 r of llnrdln. Judge of the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. ClerkOf the Supreme Court, URBAN HESTER, u'of Van Wert? i " Commissioner of Common Schools, "E.'T: TAPPAtf, of Knox. Member Board of Public Works, M. W. HAHN, of Richland. REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL CONVENTION ! Tho Republicans of the counties com posing the second sub-division of the Fifth Judicial District of Ohio will meet in delegate convention at Greenfield, O., at one o'clock p. m. on Thursday, the !lth day of September, A. D. 1880, to nominatea candidate for Common Pleas i Judge, to serve for tho full term of five I j ears from the 9th day of February, ! 1887. Also a candidate .for.Coinm...

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