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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 June 1890

NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, 0.-TjH CJRSDA , JUNE 12, 1890. ttr l. Coal oil Is a great advan tage; and brittle lamp-chimneys go far to offset it TJ..1. it.. : 1 . . uuL mere is no neeu it '' vs.. Irteo t-w tyr Viraitfinn rC Mil en- TT IVJV WJT S.SSV. UlU)Klllg Ul .asissa- ' neys any part of what we have gained by coal oil. w ine oreaking oi cnimneys is uuc iu inc Druueness . wi glass ; Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh,' make nothing but chimneys,' and none but tough glass.' " Pearl-top I'Cg is their trade-mark. John M. Lockwood, o( Sturgis,' Mich., has a raro speclman of a freak ofjun natural nature. It is n tittlo lamb 'that walks on its front feot onlv, its hind feet not touching Hie ground. It is quite a lively little animal and follows the rest of the flock all overthe field. Itis quite a curiosity and presents an amusing ap pearanco as it stands or runs around the Jot balancing itself on its front feet. Weak Women. The more sensitive nature of tho f emalo sex rendors women much more su...

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. — 12 June 1890

T- I FOl l .1 A 5J Six' ft - . " 11.!XWI K.A. WP" " "v , H' U 1 SiHaBaHBiM Av..v.- " -?wvWF 1 4 A"s ip' r-WW Ift.'lVcXCW , t-i. "" J " Mt TV".. - n NEWS-HERALD, HILLgBdftO, O. THURSDAY, JUNE: 12, 1890. 4 4 35ft gltiowlteKa(W PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY A Mighty Reduction! GREAT CL0SIN6-0DT SALE ! T' .GEO. W. BAERERE, Propriotor, GOT TOO MANY! GOT TOO MANY ! . JOHN MoNIOOL, Editor. vir E.i' iC UBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. .'R.J.TKS TOR A.XVJflUTISIN'3 Made Known on Application. JUNE 12, 1890 Republican Convention. Tho Republicans of Highland county -will meet in convention at the Court Houso in Hillsboro, Saturday, June 21st, at 3 o'clock p. m., to elect seven dele gates and seven alternate delegates to the Judicial Convention to bo hold in Chillicotho, June 20th. H. L. Gahrktt, Sec'y Rep. Ex. Coin. VV. C. Cowman, Chairman. Democratic Audacity. The Democratic press throughout the country, with scarce an exception, is lamenting, protestlngagainut and reason ing out the stringenc...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 June 1890

!AT!" -'4 f.. M.W ...i -J i 1, NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. 'THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. 5 ff? V? & 6W in ' b r u& ijgite 9tettwSbeKflML Offloei Hoggard Building, W Main Bt. JUNE 12, 1800 Ask your grocer for Quoen City but ter crackers. They aro tho best. Mrs. Alex. Meharry, of Shawneo Mourjcl, Ind., Is visiting relatives In this place. Mr. 0. M. Foraker, of Silver City, New Mexico, is visiting relatives and friends In this place. Miss Daisy Bowser, of Lyndon, was In attendance at the Conservatory com mencement last week. Quarterly services at Christaln Union Church, at Marshall, beginning Friday, June 13th, closing Sunday. Mrs. Thos. Miller, who has been visit ing friends in the West for three months past, returned home last Friday. m Mrs. Grace Sloane, of Pulaski, Tenn., is spending the summer with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gardner. m Mrs. B. A. Robbins and daughter, Rose, of Corning, Kan., are visiting at the residence of Mr. Lewis Holmes. Mrs. W. C. Smith and daughter,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 June 1890

-', U pwt-awfcflff ?i -x, '?; mmmsmtemim AwmmmmmKmmmmmmKFm 'pfF o" :v NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBRO, Q. TaBSDA, JIJNE 12, 1890. t I? B- V wt ! 'S L Vttf 6 r i Professional Cards. X Cards Inserted Under thlt Heaa follows: l lnoh.oervear - .. .11? Klncb, peryear fj Xlnoh peryear - ................ 8 Tonllnesof thlntypeniftkelinoh. XT A. BUSS, PHYSICIAN arid STJRG-EON, BitxsBono, Omo. Office-No. 86 West Main street, over Mc Ouiro'g tobacco factory. fl II. COLLINS, TTOiaasrE'sr .A-a? law HitLBDono, Ohio, A Notary Public In the Office. Office RoomR Nos. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main and High street. VTT T. GHEU1IEB, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Office No. 8 8trauia Building. Clalma for Pemloni Promptty Attended To. T. P. VANCE. WHKT.HIRI. -TTANCE HIKE, ATTOBWii -x ts -. J. ju. w , HlLLSnoKO, OHIO. OFFlCE-UtrauM Building. a. m. nnows. w. olxnm. nKOWN & OLEWN, PhysicianB and Surgeons, IIillsboeo, Omo. cosaoLTiso nouns H. M. Bnows. W. Y. Glenn. 8 to 0 a. m. 7 to 8a. m. 11 to 12 a. i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 June 1890

p?f ,. ;? rf- j. C) VI .' V.'.'.'i ",V SjA NEWS-HERALD, ItlLLSBbRQ, O.fHURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1890. ll "II4 A. I J LP -.J V rf i 1 ' V 1 f SAYINGS. A ntno Matron' Collection of Infantile Tnll: mill Doing. Tlioro aro thrco bright llttlo mortals n Mnlno six, four and two years old rcBpoctlvoly who arc very fond of "playing Heaven" together, and nil In such a nwoct, rovoron' llttlo fashion that oven tho nter:"it "toiuliNt could nbt And It in his hen it t sly them nu,y Ono day, bays tho Now York Tribune tholr mother nont them Into tho dining room to piny, whllo who worked In an adjoining 100m. Happening to pass tho door s1h stopped o moment to look at bor llttlo folkH. and this In what sho saw: Tho elder boy wiw sitting upon tbo table, as "God up In lleuvcn." his llttlo face puckered Into gravo lines. Clo'4o by, arranged ono bolow tho other, wcro a high cllnlr. a common obalr, and last a stool all evidently representing tho "laddor" to Ileavon. Tho llttlo four-year-old was an angel and tbo "...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 June 1890

' , ' ' v rtTa M i''i -tyr 7UWT7 K" - V ' .frj. s VV''- -f "F ;y J ih -''! e Vf:," ',( O'tV NEWS-HERALD, HHiLSBORO, O.THTJBSDAY, JUNE 12. 1890. '.; w l ; A SEASONABLE BULLETIN Chnse & Sanborn's celebra ted COFFEES. Always good and reliable. Why not make your own SOAP ? Try Mccliling Bros.' prepar ed soda, in 10 cent cans. If you want PLENTY OF EGGS, and -want your Chickens to Thrive, uso ROYAL POULTRY FOOD N. 0. Molasses. Louisiana Syrup. Golden Drip Syrup. Bartino's Sorghum. Evaporated APPLES and PEACHES. Dried Fruits. All kinds of CANNED GOODS. Tom, Dick and Harry SOAP. Lenox Soap. New York CREAM CHEESE. Landreth's Bulk GARDEN SEEDS. The old reliable SWEET VIOLET CIGARS. We make a specialty of GOOD DRAWING TEAS, that make a good cup. JOHN MATTHEWS, OPPOSITE PUBLIC SCALES, MARSHALL. Juno Oth, 1890. Charllo Ells visited his old home at "Laruna farm" last week. A. H. Hill and wifo aro rejoicing over a now daughter. The summer school in districts Nos. 2 and 4 closed last Friday. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

j. . 1---f, ,T 't. rVf ( i.y. T y T) j ) U THE NEW&HERALD. m fc r ii r. f CCTADI IGUCn 1QQ7 Entered at PoiUofllce, Hillsboro, COIADLIOnCU lOOI. Ohio, as aeodud-olau matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. VOL. 52 NO. 60 rV vv :v l. )' !'.: V I. L. LUNATIC LIFE. II. S. F. CoHtlnncB Hts Observations of Different Freaks In Differ Cases of Lunacy, With Philosophic De ductions, &c. Simon Jones was a powerful Welsh man. We called him "the Hon." Ills long tawny hair hung down his massive shoulders like a mane. His restless eye and sullen look, and his constant pacing back and forth in the hall earned him his title. He was a very dangerous patient if angered. One day I, on my rounds, chanced to go into his room and Btood looking out of the window ; sud denly ho turned from his beat on the hall, entered tho room and came up be hind me. 1 turned and faced him. "Are you a friend of mine?" he asked. "Certainly'Iam,'Mr. Jones," I replied. "Then give mo those keys! "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

1S? v . ;;,,.,.,,.v, 'PV PSA-." t , 1, 'V t r NEWS-HERAEP, HIEESBORO, O. THURSDAY, JUSTE 19, 1890. ' I u . it i H h t B1 ' r i CARTERS ITTLE IVER PIUS. CURE Blck Hondocho and relievo all tlio troubles Inci dent to n bilious state of the system, such as IMzzlncM, Nausea. Dronslnrs. Distress After eating. Tain In the Bide, So. While their most remarkable success has leen shown in curing SICK Headache, yet Cimm's Urtlb Liver Piu ore equally TAlnable In Constipation, curing And preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only cured , HEAD Ache they would be almost priceless to those who suffor from this distressing complaint: but fortunately their goodness does not end hero, and those who once try them will find these little pills valuable In so many ways that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after aU alokhead , i L'X, is the bone of to many Ursa that here It where we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

"TTi ''' w ' ?.; I; ' 1 - ISTEWS-HERALD, HD HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. 3 rf ' "7 a ' . ?l "sn 'i'iyKBa!i y W ':u i-i : v u ""The most profitable trade, -some dealers think is in .things that cost nothing, sell for a trifle, wear out or break, and make i ify(Vvroom f?r more 111 PVr inbfanro 1umn-fliSirinaira but there is a sort that almost never breaks, except by vio lence. It takes some some jfduck for a grocer or crockery merchant to sell it. One fchimney may last for years'; he may starve before he can sell another. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh, make that chimney and call it " pearl-top ;" C there's a string of pearl- like beads " on the top of it The National young Men's Ghristain association, colored, has issued a general appeal for aid in building a national headquarters edifice in Louisville, Ky. "Such a building," Bays the appeal, "will cost at least $30,000, but when erected it will be a lasting monument and tribute to the progress and eneregy of the negro race....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

..' EH i. ,t" -M NEWS-HERALD, HILIiSSORO, Q THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 18tt0. Jgfce jwS"jea(W THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS i' a m IB"- F t r ; Ct. ' &.M' C rc i: V V. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BARRERE, Proprietor. JOHN McNIOOL, Editor. IUBSCR1PTION, $1.50 A YEAF1 IN ADVANCE. EA.TK8 lort ADVMBTI8ING Made Known on Application. jtfttE 19. 1890 RcpiibHciiii Convention. Tlio Republicans of Highland county will meet in convention at the Court House in Hillsboro, Saturday, June 21st, t 11 o'clock p. in., to elect seven dele gates and seven alternato delegates to the Judicial Convention to bo held in Chillicothe, June 20th. II. L. Gabbktt, Sec'y Rep. Ex. Com. "V, 0. Cowman, Chairman. The Hillsboro Gazelle has beon incorp orated and is now n joint stock company. Wonder if this is not a result of the ex hibit of the wood cuts it hud in last weeks' issue, which it called Branson "Wooi ley, John Keech, Mike Mackerly, and (th.rn? . - . Tho Gazelle, sinco its incorporation, cems to be in luck. Its...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

'lr- fy in x - 1 t NEM S-llEilALD, HILLSBORO, O. HtJESDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. ,. .!.' r vf i IUi I Oloet loggard Building, W. Main St. UNE 19, 1.800 Ask your grocer for Queen City but ter crackers. They aro the best. Who is "ilita" Leone A. Button? m Mr. Will Hathorn, of Loveland, was a visitor at Mrs. Mahan's the past week, Mrs. Harry W. Spargur will entertain the Amusement club next Friday even to '." ' Mrs. Herbert Nelson has been quite siok for the past,week with some kind of fever. Mrs. Geo. Fuller left Wednesday for a month's visit to friends in Indiaua and Illinois. Messrs. Hewby & Morrow are absent In Little Rock, Ark., on legal business this week. 4 The many friends of Mr. Dick Baldwin Will be glad to know he is again visiting In Hlllsboro. Mr. Fred Fenner, 'of Los Angeles, California, is visiting his mother at the present time. Mr. R. S. Quinn. of Washington 0. H., made a visit to friends in this place the first of this week. Miss Jennie Crothers, of Flagstaff, Ar izona, i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

VT "an A.V Asmara 44. WfjJJ ?v - fc& , SU'V '??-".- 'VV ''WW'! u -A.' m"--'''- v1 , - .- , . i U J tH I ! -v ' t NEWS-HERALD, HILLgBORO, O. TtttfRSpAY, JUNti 19, 1890. iUIV 6 S f r r l 1 n LI r i? A c A' '4 'S ,v t, c "Professional Cards. Cznft Inserted Under thli Head a follows : Mucin, peryear - .HP tt&K-h, peryear - j Mlrjdi peryear - - S 7cnllnesof thUtypemakeltnch. -rj A. KUSS,. JPirrsICIAN and SURGEON, HiLunono, Omo. Omcr.-No. 30 West Main street, over Mc 'Ocks's tobacco factory. rfJ 11. COLLINS, jkTTOieasrrEJY -A.O? IjA."W niLLBnono, Ohio. A Notary Public in the Office. OrncK Rooms Nos. 1 and a Bmltta Block, nisr Main and High streets. tT T. GKKCHEB, IkWy Public and Abstractor of Deeds Ojtice'-No. 8 Stranss Dnilding. Claims for Pensions Promptly Attended To. n sar.TAMCB. ' H,B,C TOTAKCK HIRE, ATTOBNBTS .A.X XAW, lilLLSBORO, OHIO. OwiCH-Btrauss Building. JtMlBSOWN. . W. W.OIESJC. -VWWN OLKWW, " Physicians and Surgeons, Hiixbdobo, Omo. COXSOXTISO HOUBS Jl ail BnowN. W. ...

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. — 19 June 1890

5'.. 'Ml f f -, VT "? '' . "M I i . ? " V . ' ,u J nXi ' 'fl NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1690. - .A r u i i 1W t -.1 . r ' ? LOVE WAS TRIUMPHANT. What a Devoted Young- Hebrew Endured for nit Sweetheart. 'Tis an old story that "truo lovo nev er runs smoothly," and tho truth of tho Baying was never better illustrated than by tho trials which besot n young Hone diet, as rolated by hitnnr-lf. to a Roohns tor (X Y.) Star ropot lei-i in marrying tho lady of hfa choice. As you are woll awaro I am a Jew and wont to board in a well-to-do German family. T!io landlady's daughter wait ed upon tablo. She and I beoamo great ly attached to eaoh other, tho attach ment resulting in mutual lovo. Tuoro is a great antipathy toy many persons against tho llcbrow nice and I cumo in for my sharo from my wlfo's people. So great was the fooling against mo that 1 was obliged to leave tho house and seek other quartets. My bwe'ethcurt was for bidden to soo or upoulc f) mo in tho future. This o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 June 1890

,!,tAW iml , '-," '""W VtT Iff' "wr'wy" pyvy y N' - " V t I '"1 1 i i ', r v & v' j . .. 1 l4i""1 a A .v. V K ? NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, Q THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1890. 8 R la V. ' Vf t K n a iw ti it, v A SEASONABLE BULLETIN Chase & Sanborn's colebra- ted COFFEES. Always good and reliable. Why not make your own SOAP? Try Mcchling Bros.' prepar ed soda, in 10 cent cans. If you want ' PLENTY OF EGGS, - and want your Chickens to Thrive, use ROYAL POULTRY FOOD N. 0. Molasses. Louisiana Syrup. Golden Drip Syrup. Bartino's Sorghum. Evaporated APPLES and PEACHES. Dried Fruits. All kinds of CANNED GOODS. Tom, Dick and Harry SOAP. Lenox Soap. New York CREAM CHEESE. Landreth's Bulk GARDEN: SEEDS. The old reliable SWEET VIOLET CIGARS. We make a specialty of GOOD DRAWING TEAS, 'that make a good cup. JOHN MATTHEWS, ' WHITE PUBLIC KALES. KAINSBOltO. June 17th, 1800. . "William Ferguson's school In Painters villo, Greeno county, closed last week, and he arrived here Friday night. Oraig McBride ...

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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. — 26 June 1890

, ' r V ft' 'i.fy i i M sVl i 1 if V " L ?! (.J V- THE NEWS-HERALD. 'A A C CCTaDI ICUCn 1QQ7 Entered at Post-offlce.Hlllnboro, ColAtSLIotlCU IOOI. Ohio, m eoond-elMg matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890. VOL. 53-NO. & y ,--' r LUNATIC LIFE. II. S. V. Concludes His Observations On the Disease of Lunacy. I will deviate here to propound a question (or physiologists and phycholo gists and perhaps theologians. Isaac Sherrick, an ex-soldier of the Union army, had been sick in South Carolina, and after a severe illness re covered physically but was insane. Ho was sent home and to tho asylum, where I found and treated him. Ufa condition was that of complete dementia. In tho morning the attendants would dress and feed him, then take him into tho verandah, a large square room Inclosed with iron sash and glass but bright and cheerful, one to every two halls, and in which the patients spent much of their time. Here they would sent the man, usually in the same spot, p...

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. — 26 June 1890

i .- -. iP" Vr-.l. '',VjltT f '.'Vl ,..'' W ,.h .a ;r..f-r " yjv-V K 's n. W EB ,2'7 !' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOBO? P. THURSDAY, JtJNE 26, 1890. . - VKft Iw y r. L1 t. l -'A ' m CARTER'S p 181 CURE Blck Headache and relievo all the troubles Inci dent to a bilious etnto of tho system, such as I'lzzlnewi, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after etMng. l'aln In tho Bide, &c. Wlillo their most remarkablo success has been shown In curing SICK Headache, yet Carter's Littlk Livrr Pius are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of tho stomach, stimulato the liver and regulate tho bowels. Even If they only cured HEAD Acho they would bo almost priceless to those who suiter from this distressing complaint: but fortunately tholr goodness docs not end here, and those who onco try them will find theso llttlo pills vnluablo, In so many ways that they will not bo willing1 to do; without them. But after all sick head ' ' i ' ...

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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. — 26 June 1890

m,t v ! '.." 17 'u f fa V" M i r The most profitable'" trade,' some dealers think is in things that cost nothing, sell for a trifle, ivear out or break, and make room for more. For instance, lamp-chimneys; but there is a sort that almost never breaks, except by vio lence. It takes some some ftluck for a grocer or crockery merchant to sell it. One chimney may last for years; he may starve before he can sell another. Macbeth &. Co., Pittsburgh, make that chimney and call it " pearl-top ;" g there's a (string of pearl- &r like beads on the top of it. A Pittsburg census taker, who had completed his work, has lost all his sta tistics by a fire in his house. An Editor's' Faith. The editor of the Advocate, published at Greenville, Ala., expresses his faith in S. S. : "The good this preparation has accomplished is incalculable, and thous ands of men and women that it has saved from an early gravo to-day rise up and bless the originator, and those who placed it in their power to secu...

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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. — 26 June 1890

msmaM JimJHffmKr fc : K' ej. : .: ' . ! ,. ji V .-i-f NEWS-HERALD, HILLSJ30r6; q7 THXJRJ3DAY, JU:N3E l;28j 1890. BBAVA.'kJM r IVi 'V, 14..' 'V ,1 .) M y w K glue gjsStotild PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY .QE0. W, BARRERE, Proprietor, JOHN MoNIOOL, Editor. 8 UBSCntPTION, l.50 A YEAB IN ADVANCE. ftATffiS FOR. -rtJDVKR.TISIN'G-Made Known on Application. JUNE 20. 1890 ncpnlilican Con von Ion. "The Republicans of Highland county will meet In tho Court House at 3 o'clock. on Saturday afternoon, July 5th, for the purpose of electing seven delegates and seven alternate delegates to the State Convention to be held at Cleveland on the lflth day of July. H. L Garrett, Secretary. W. C. Cowmajc, Chairman. Judicial Content Ion. Convention for tho election of dele gates to the Judicial Convention to be held in Chlllicotho Juno 20th, for tho nomination of a Circuit Judge for 4th district, met in the Probate Judge's office on Saturday, Juno 21st, at 3 o'clock. Delegates and altej nates wero selected ia fo...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 June 1890

n 1 , ,1- (I :n J T Pi S,','-' !fl , K '') r-y . , .: fx V w,Pih , NEWS-HERALD, HILI.ftttORO, Q THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1890. n W i " '"N rr i gjfae Utwttitlrt Ofloei Hoggard Building, W. Main Si. )k JUNE 26, 1800 Ask your grocer for Queen City but ter crackers. Thoy are the best. m Mrs. Rush Evans, of Niles, Michigan, is visiting relatives in this place. Mrs. Mary Martin and Miss Llzr.io Kirby were visiting in Cincinnati the forepart of this week. t m Mr. Aylette Fullerton is homo on his summer vacation from Wooster Univer- . sity. HeVlooklng well. Mr. Thomas Montgomery, an aged citizen of Faint township, died at his home on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. D. 0. Arthur and two children, Burch and Nancy, are rusticating at the home of her parents, Mrs. G. W. Evans. Mr. G. J. Evans, living north of town, who has been seriously sick with malarial fever for two weeks past, is conva lescing. Miss Mattie Foster, of Cincinnati, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Nulton, of West Walnut street Mr. Theodo...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 June 1890

wm ftJ;( n ;?T "i v pf, . ";' .V " via, v , 3 Vi r'vl r, ' yEWSEBALD. BnfoBBqRO, Q.-fH1giti9t)Airv3!tJSJ!'2e; 1890. i"?.:'rrt ,'.1 ,'IV 6 i '.. r & K. fc I? LM j Itt w 18 f Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under Ihtt Head ai follows : 1 tnoli,peryear ' hi inch, peryear - H moi' peryear, Ton llnesof mistype make 1 inch. TT A. 11US9, , PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HtLisBono, Ohio. Office-No. 36 We at Main street, over Mc autre' a tobacco factory. r II. COLLINS, illLLsnono, Ouio, A Notary Public In the Office. OrriCE Itootns Nob. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main and Illgh streets. Vtr T. OBECIIEK, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Omen No. 8 Straw Building. Clalmi for Pensions Promptly Attended To. . P. VANCE. , Hlf T. HIR. -TTANCK ft HIKE, ATTORNEYS AT X.A."OT, lilLLSBOHO, OHIO. Office Strauss Building. H. M. DHOWN. W. W. OLE.NN. TROVN & OLKNX, Physicians and Surgeons, Hillsboro, Omo. CONBUI.TINO 1IOUIIS H. M. Bnow.v. W. W. Glens. 8 to 9 a. m. 7 to 8 a. ni. 11 to 12 a. m. 10 t...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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