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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 July 1890

r '. nifitf' NiiWS-HERAliO, tilLLSteORO, o. IJRSDAY, JULY IT, 1890. 3 t 4 -urn )v A , 'li r'V"; The plagiie of lamps is the breaking of chimneys j but that is unnecessary there are chimneys that do not break. U Tl.. r., i 1 - xugic tut several rcasuns why they are not in every store iri the country. They are made of tough glass, which costs more than common glass, but not'so much more as to make it impossible to sell them at the usual retail price ; so the dealer gets less profit on them. The dealer wants to know where his future chimney trade is to come from, if he sells chimneys that last forever. Again, there is only one maker making them ; he couldn't supply the demand that would come if his chin? neys were known all over the country. "Pearl-top" C is the chimney; Macbeth T & Co., Pittsburgh, the makers. rt-r' If you have occasion to speak of Haver hill, Mass., remember it is prouounccd Haveril. . a Is Consumption Incnrnblo 1 Rend the following : Mr. 0. H. Morris, Newark, Ar...

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 July 1890

EbMi rr y u? ft, I. St J )Vii f "l ( '. ,i '.- NEWS-HERALD, HlEl&fORO, Orr-THiqrRSPAT;, JRLT 17 1890., I- K- ie t l ,r ft ft f-'( ft V. . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO, W. BAERERE, Proprietor. JOHN MoNIOOIj, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VAtlc RA.TE3S yok. ADVERTISING Made Known on ArpHcatlon. JULY 17. 1800 Riednaun, npar Sterzin in the Tyrol, lioastn of Hip talipot cchool girl in the world. Sho is only,ten years old, but measures about fix feet in height. A new comet with pcarce n tail has made its appearance in the Great Bear or Bif? Dipper constellation. We say has made its appearance, but to be able to see its lieht a telescope is necessary. A nmnpt that nnuires an instrument to dls-. cover its whereabouts is of very little in- tercet to most mankind. m A reporter in one of-the Ohio dailies of last week in speaking of the weather Baid, "That the day was such as we all expected to enjny in heaven." Well, all we learn of heaven is contained ia tho book which sa...

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 July 1890

n. tj i r ." "iwaaaMaaaaaBiBaaaaaBiBaavr'.TC rr ' .rngnHivinT' i ,'-, - fj '"TreT?-,':- "'V'1' , v . i,f Iti" 1 'IHHHnPir'! f " , 'WBfi' ' Jf AM .! iv- .f 'iWMBBBi ';" ;-.:,." "" ' 4V.-BaB3B '- ?.C r NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1890. vn j I'M r ry- - ftje ljewiUaM OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING JULY 17, 1800 Ask your grocer for Queen City but ter crackers. They are the best. Did you see the man with the sash in the court room ? . Miss Stella Pierson Is entertaining her friend. Miss Grace Bradford, of Ironton. . - Prof. R. W. McFarland, of Oxford, 0., paid friends in the Hill City a short visit this week. Treasurer E. 0. Hetherlngton wns in Greenfield the forepart of this week collecting taxes. Miss Mary Scarff, of Bellefontaine, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. L. Martin, of East Main street. Mr. 8amuel Hiestand, who has been absent in Portsmouth for the past year, returned last Friday to make Hillsboro his home. . m ' Miss Maggie Lansley, of Cincinnati, who has b...

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. — 17 July 1890

I HCd -Vft ":' V' V frV ,,' 4' , A" i i'i ' t , . 41 i T$l ' 44 rf J t t L If Ift Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under.lhlt Hsad at follows: t tacit, peryear . $10 X Inch, peryear - 5 IglicU peryear - 3 Tenllnesof mistype makellnoh. TTT A. KUSS, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, IIillsdoro, Ohio. Omen No. 80 West Main street, over Mc Ouire's tobacco factory. f H. COLLINS, A.'roroiaisTsiF.T Xj-A-W HttxsDono, Onto, A Notary Public in the Office. Office Room No. 1 and a Smith Block, corner Main and High streets. yrrr t. guecheb, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Office No. 8 Strauts Building. Claim for Penilon Promptly Attended To. . P. VANCK. JOHN T. HIRK, XTANCE A nittE, ATTORNEYS -A.T LAW, HlLLSRORO, OHIO. OrFICE-Strauss HtllldlnK. , k. imowN. W. W. OLENX. 3KOVN & OLENN, .Physicians and Surgeons, Uillsboro, Ohio. consulting nouns . M. Bnow.s. W. W. Glenn. fltoOa.ro. 7 to 8 a.m. II to 12 a in. 10 to 12 a. m. lto4p. ro. 3 to 5 p.m. 7to8p.m. 0 to 7 p.m. OQlco hoars ou Sunday from 8 to...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 July 1890

' '. I f K MW x rrn - .. rwsmism iv .-? '.T'wiBJPTWV ''... ryrj MANGLED AND BUBNED. A Lake Steamer's Boiler plodea at Ohioaro Bx- BlUus; Almost Seer of Mea and Woandlng- Others-fir, Follows In the Wreck. At Chicago a frightful explosion oc curred Friday night on the steam er Tioga, one of tho lorgost termors on tho great lakes. Thir ty -olght people were aboard the steamer at the time. When the work of rescuing survivors, which' commenced almost Instantly, was well undor way, only two porsons could bo found who es caped unhurt. To raako matters' worse, flro broko out on the wreokod vessel, and hugo volumes of flame and Bmoko Impeded the search ers for tho dead and dying. Tho bursting of tho steamer's botlors was the cause of tho catastrophe It was In tho Chicago river at tho foot of Wash ington stroot, that tho explosion oc curred. This locality Is In tho heart of tho business soction of Chicago, and tho terrlflc shock of tho oxploslon brought pooplo running In torror out of tho tal...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 July 1890

EirSBEj3 TWfpiWWPflw MWW r.i ( !JWS-HBRAIJ);HlfeMBOB6r0:;MDAY,Ji'll 890. - . 8 fcV. I W. . 'if. Probate Oeart. ' "Will of Edward 72. Hatcher filed and probated. Will of AVashington Taylor filed and probated. Will of Elizabeth Welty probated. Jacob Uicstand, appointed executor of the estato of Elizabeth Welty ; bond, $800. W. B. Poland, appointed administra tor of the estate of William Noland. Geo. H. and Mary J. Parker, adminis trators of the estate of Thoa. H. Parker, filed first and final account. T. H. Long, guardian of the estato of Charles Lawrence, filed first and final account. L. B. and E. 0. Fairley, appointed ad ministrators of the estate of James W. Fairley; bond, $8,700. Isaac E. Frice and Rachel S. Taylor, appointed executors of the estate of Washington Taylor. Paul FiBber declared insano and sent to insane asylum at Athens. J. M. Lawson, guardian of the estate of Peter Sotty, filed inventory and ap praisement. SamHel II. Beard, guardian of the es tato of N. B. Beard, f...

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. — 24 July 1890

'x p V fr. i THE I -HERALD ESTABLISHED 1837.. Entered at Post-office, Htllnboro, Ohio, ai teeond-claei matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JTJLY 24, 1890. VOL. 53 NO. 13 , y "'TV f kV V - r Wf i'W, The Republican State Ticket. The Republican State Convention, which met last week In Cleveland, not only selected good men to bo placed on the State ticket thle fall but did Its whole work In a manner to satisfy every Re publican In this commonwealth. This satisfying condition was fully met by Ex-Governor Foraker's excellent speech. If there wore thoso within the Republi can ranks who hod any lingering sore ness against Gov. Foraker his speech he fore the assembled delegates at Cleveland on Wednesday of last week was just so effectively worded and delivered as to remove all bitterness. J. B. Forakor's words and conduct should convince tho most skeptical that his Bupromo desire is for the good of the Republican party. His happy expression of being willing to boar the blame, if b...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

Of ' r7 f fv jU' ts; vi -- ' ":. t. a- . . V 4 NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBQRO, 6. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890. BOMIL " B' ' ' CARTERS llTTLC IVER pLS. CURE Sick Headache, and relieve nil the troubles loci dent to a bilious stato of the system, such as Ztlzzlnesa, Nausea. Dron-slnes. Distress after eating. Fain In the Bide, Ac. While their most remarkable uoccm has been shown in curing SICK Headache, yet Cxmtti'a Ltttlc Ltvitn Pills are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while Jtiey also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. Even It they only cured HEAD Ache they would be almost priceless to those who sulTor from this distressing complaint: but fortunately tholr' goodness docs not end hero, and tlioso who onco try them will And these llttlo pills valuablo In so many ways that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after all sick head ACHE Is tho bane of so many lives that here Is whero we tnako o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

warn rW J' P' TEJTBBIBW! iw r j $' W it "r 1. f The breaking of lamp chim neys is one of the most provok ing of home annoyances, and leads to a constant stream of expense. v It can be stopped. The breaking is due to brittle glass. There are two kinds of glass. One is as tough as the other is brittle. Tough glass costs a little more than brittle. That is the explanation. Macbeth & Co.; Pittsburgh, make their "pearl-top" chimneys of fine tough glass. A Brooklynite has counted, and finds that ho takes 2,4C0 steps in crossing tho Brooklyn bridge. Tho First Stop. Perhaps you are run down, can't cnt, can't sleup, can't think, can't do any thing to your satisfaction, and you won der what nils you. You should heed the warning, you are taking tho first step into Nervous Prostration. You need a Nervo Tonic and in Electric Bit ters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its nor mal, healthy condition. Surprising ro 'suits follow the use of this great Nervo Toni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

fWWI 'T:Ff - iTOVwm WFFr.MlPf -vvCTWWPW roL, . :-f. "J ;tM VrvVmI- 'vv - '' w , j i , su NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBQRQ, O. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890. r (SjiffiiiHawB'-.w w r i rv ht Ww"MmM 1 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 0. W, BAERERE, Proprietor, JOHN MoNICOL, Editor. sSSJMCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE'. -A.TKS FOR .A.DVJflR'X'ISING Made Known on Application. JULY 24, 1800 Adieu. With tliis i'stiu of the paper our con nection wilh the Xkwh Herald ceases. "Webavo beun connected with the work of the paper for more than two vears past ; pleasantly associated wltn owner ad "hnmlH"; flattered sometimes as hatting dono somo things well ; cursed Bometimes because we would not bo die ' tmUd to. The cursing occurred in the asuse way that tho man cursed the Jus tice who had rendered a decision against hia. The man gave the 'Squire a good ' earning after he had crooned the creek. Hrwspnper work is like nil other work it has its pleasant and unpleasant phases. The pleasant features of tho wsrk we shall ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

.a Eit '. V w m , wf'spp?r.' ar ti. "I'MiBBm. '. . " .,'Hnnm.r ?' ' , rfil'X' 4 ; r" J m NlSWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1890. hi ,T,' VI - Jgfe iew&mlfli OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING JULY 24, 1800 Ask your grocer for Queen City but ter crackers. They aro tho best. m Mr. Estella Mullenlx, of Knobnoster, Mo., is visiting relatives here. Mr. Smith Creed, of Liberty, Ind., is visiting friends in this place this week. Mr. J. B. Worley was in Columbus on official business the forepart of this week. Miss Florence Taylor and brother, Hall, of Philadelphia, aro visiting rela tives in this place. m ' Mr. Carlisle Barrere and family, of Columbus, are spending the present sea son at Chillicothe. Mr. Frank Allison is trying the prop erties of the water at Mineral Springs, Adams county, this week. A Sunday-school celebration will be held in the grove at Hoagland's Cross , ing on Saturday, July 20th. m Mrs. Albert West, nee Mary Bumgar- nor, and family, of Valisca, Iowa, are ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

'.r-i I rf ' "V .0", i. fits u r 21 " Vs ' '' - i". H "Tj ' '.f- V NgiyS-HERALp. HILLSBQRQv O.TrTHIJiRSBjiLy, JUiyg4y JS9Q.v It I' I i " I W I Vy, r& Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under Ihli Head at follows: 1 Inch, peryear - W Hlnoli, peryear..... - g Winer- peryear ............................ s Tenilnesof thlstypemakellnoh. A. 11US9, iVsiOIAN and SURGEON, HtLLBDono, Onio. Offick Sn 3ft Wpki Main etreot, over Mc Oniro'a tobacco factory. f-( 11. COI.MN9, Htixanono, Omo. A Notary Public in the Office. OrncE-llonm Ni 1 ami 2 Smith Mock, oorner Alain ami WR" "trcitn. MT T. atlKMHKH, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds OrncE-So 8 Strums llnlliViiff. Clalmi for Pemlons Promptly Attended To. t77.VANCK. '! " "TANCK ft BIIIK, Jv,TTOISrH-5rS -A.W XiW Hit LSBOKO, OHIO. OrFiCB-StniuKK Building. B. M. nuow.s. w. w. OLBNN, riMtv.v ot.wsx. Physicians and Surgeons, IIittHBono, Ohio. COXSULTIXO 1101ms H M. Bnows. W. Otax H tn 0 ft m. 7 to 8 a in. lUoVa.m. 10 to 12 am lto4p.m. toOp.iu 7 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

kbjESjHB ?Wt )M lj - V HA , tU-i i , Y I UOI- 'iv h news-herald; hillsborot o. thursda y. july 2j, iwoo. Wl 7 M - ' lost aNE Found. V-rw r FWikm ' " Sondar-loaool July 7, 1890. LMMN Txxx-Luko 1511-10. QOUnN TKXT There la lor in the tncaenea .Of the aagels of God orer one sinner that re wtMU-tuko 10: 10. Tna-i-Deoembcr, A. Not long atter tVaoaPorca, beyond Jordoa. , FABAXUiL-Matt, 18:ll-li A brief form ot the ftrablo ot tho lost sheep. fOOKPAHISOH Of XBB TBBIS PABABLKS-X, The first pnrablo presents tbo great doctrine otjthe otoncmont, and tbo work of Ood tbo Son M the Rodoomcr. Then, on this redemption go forth, In tho second parable, tbo Providence of Ood, and the Spirit of Ood, and the Iterelatlon ,of God. Tho last or third delineation presonta the groat truths of oSeotual calling and adop tion and Justification. These aro omtnontly tho ,work of Cod tho Father. W. 9. Williams. It Xookod at m a roprcsentatlvo of human duty, ,tho first two parablos idpresent tho duty of tho churoh to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 July 1890

K&i&ijkiKtitA'&a ULkBiHlktiiyH te?5i & til f'tV, 5 it &. NEWS-HERALD, HIIilteBORQ, P. THUBSPAY, JULY 24, 1890. K Hi' Ife & I h. ii. A ROCK THAT GROWS. Bemarkablo Petrifaction la a Penn sylvania Ravino. (Dripping Wator That Carries a Hunlen of Limestone In Solution with It and Loaves lti TVoadors In Stalag mites untl Stalactites. In a dcop, dark ravino n fow miles from Now Castlo, Pa., In North Boavor townshlp, Lawrenoo County, is a won Idorful natural phenomenon In tho shapo fof a vorltablo growing rock. Fifty years ago, when it was first noticed, an in- iTortod woodon pail would almost cover it. To-day it is a ffroat bowldor, ton feet in height and flftoon fcotormoro in clrcumforonco, and weighing not loss than fifty tons. During tbo summor months it is covorcd with a donso rich moss two or thrco inches dcop, through 'which tbo waters from a llttlo spring trloklo continually. Tho outor formation of this rock has la llmcstono appoaranco, but onco ro- raovo th...

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. — 31 July 1890

r ,1' a V V? vw .v IP - ! THE NEWSlHERALD. rt CCTllll ICUCri 1HQ7 Entered at Post-office, HllUboro, CaiADLIOnHU lOOf. onto, m second-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1890. VOL. 53 NO. 14 w -y THE NEW POSTAL REGULATION. Docs it Touch Personal Liberty t Why is it that while the spread of personal liberty to almost universal en joyment is considered the crowning orn ament of the Nineteenth Century pro grcss in this country, wo find that every recurring session of Congress or Legisla ture imposes some now restriction or reg , ulation so that wo can hardly turn around without run ning our elbows into a legisla tive enactment? Wo thought enlight ened and humane law making would soon carry us to a point where one's personal movements would bo according to his own Bweet will. On the other hand the ..- f law becomes every day moro inquisitlvo and exacting in its interference with our private affairs. Where is this tendency to stop? Will not its ultimate result be...

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. — 31 July 1890

e.. v.T,-:a ?lyi S, WTTI A! r -p "J- Iff C 7 r"?v 1 v. . i- jwji - NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JULY 81, 1890. t r'V. "s 1 1, (CARTER'S PlTTLE iTlVER mi CURE Sick ITcndache and rellovo nil tho troubles Inci dent to a bilious stale of tho system, such as Blzslness, Nausea. Drowlnew, Distress after eating. Pain In the Side, &c. Wlillo their most remarkable success has been shown in curing SICK Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver Fills aro equally vnluablo in Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate tho bowels. Even U they only cured HEAD Ache they would bs almost priceless to those who suffer from this distressing complaint; but fortunately their goodness does not end here, and those who once try them will find these little pills valuablo in so many ways that thoy will not bo willing to do without them. Hut after all siok head ACHE Is the bone of so many lives that he...

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 July 1890

11 . 'ijiippy?iiEpPiMppp J . .) V c i : i .. : f-.J v 'V- ATi Af '. hWt f !" .'A fvm '.'t. 'TOOsss .1 '"' v ,!, tf ' v;j M STES-HERALD, fflLLSBQgQ, Q.-lfelTRSDAY, JULY 31, 1890. 3 ' The breaking of lamp chinv neys is one of the most provok ing of home annoyances, anc leads to a constant stream ol expense. It can be stopped. The breaking is due to brittle glass. There are twakinds of glass. One is as tough as the other is brittle. Tough glass costs a little more than brittle. That is the explanation. Macbeth & Co., Pittsburgh; make their "pearl-top" i chimneys of fine tough v-T glass. Squirrels are devastating the crops in Douglas and Lincoln counties, Washing' ton. Both Ankles Crashed. In a railroad smash up in 1 870, 1 had both ankles badly crushed. Soon after Blood Poison Bet in, and both legs, from my kneeK down, were covered with ulcer ated aorce, that refused all eflbrts to heal. I was virtually helpless for ten years, be ing bedridden most of the time. During all the time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 July 1890

: f'iMiwg, .r.i - ; rriTWE'Biw,ay,v"-7a;.fJir ?? f' VJJSSwF " r J ' V, ' nr V s 'f . . j Vl,s"i v NEWS-HERALt, HliiSBQRO, P. THUfasfoAY, Jftt Si, 1890. 1 V A i. Qht xmstxXA. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO, W. BAREERE, Proprietor, A. B. DUNLAP, SUBSCRIPTION, f 1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATKS TOR AXrVJCrtTISING Made Known on Application. JULY 31. 1890 KEPURLM.tS STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Judge of Supromu Court, THADDEUS A. MINSHALL. Member Board of PuDllc Works, FRANK J. McCOLLOOH. By reference to the caption, of this column it "111 In observed that with this iftsue the- Nnws Hr.iULD passes un der another editorial management. It is hoped, however, that other evidences of the fact Mill not be wanting from time to tlnif in the various departments of the paper. For the present no al teration will In' maile in the mechanical form and arrangement, and the criterion will bo thesui-msfu) accomplishment of the general plan upon which it has been heretofore run. All the va...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 July 1890

-,, i- ; r,w NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JULY 81, 1890. it t&txxt OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING JULY 31, - 18D0 Miss Nannie Alvls, of Henderson, Ky., is visiting Mrs. John Clark. m Mrs. W. H. Harrison, of Cincinnali, is visiting friends in Hillsboro. Mr. Ed. Ridenhour, of Springfield, is visiting his brother, Mr. Harry Rlden hour. Col. T. A. Walker will buy all your wheat at highest prices. See liis ad vertisement. Mr. W. 0. Smith, of Chicago, is mak ing a ten days' visit to his many friends in ths place. MIbs Nellie Nelson and Miss Mary Barrere left on Monday for a visit with relatives at Ripley. Mrs. A. A. Kennedy, of Cincinnati, is making a two weeks' visit to friends and relatives in Hillsboro. m . New professional cards are Dr. Edwin Waddell, dentist, and J Frank Wilson, attorney, at Greenfield. Messrs. John Bowers, Charley McCon naughey and Billy Walker attended Quaker Quarterly at Leesburg last Sun day. m The informal reception given by Miss Estelle Pierson in h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 July 1890

' wW '?wiiHSw-'? wKyHw iiiw' VVv38BSHHsf 'HPHHJ''C to 1!iSifP5feSBF HHSPiSBSPPfl'W l NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOEO, O. THURSDAY, JUIY 81, 1890. 6 w Si ft. i. i I rf: I I hi M Rl u ! fv . '. i ' lU "A Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under this Head astoltews: 1 loh,peryear . WJ Ulnoh, perycnr .; Uluoh peryear - a Tenllnesofthlstypema-ellnen. TT A. HUH9, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLLsBono. Onio. Omcu-No. 30 West Main lreet, over Mc Qnlro'ii tobacco factory. t II. COLLINS, v,i,a?otf:EF-r.A.T .a.-w iluxfinono, Onto. A Notary Public In the Office. Omen Rooms Nob. 1 and 2 8mlth Block, corner Main ami IUffh street. -wr T. OUBUHKK, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Ornce No. H Htrami ttulldlug. Claims for Penolont Promptly Attended To. . P. VANCK. JOHtf T. HIRK. VTANCK & niUE, ATTORNEYS AO? JA."W, UlLLSUOItO, OHIO. Office Milium Uulldlnt;. a. u. Diion-N. w. w. OLEXX. 3UOVN A( OI.KSN. Physicians and Surgeons, IIiLMBono, Ohio. COSfcUI.TINrt nocni II. M. Bnow.v W. W. Oless 8 to 9 a. iu. 7 to...

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