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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 July 1890

y yrf NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, 0.-rHURDAY, JULY 31, 1890. tt v THE PRODIGAL SON. tolwMaaal Bandsr.Boaoel Iamob for Aua-ast 8, ISM. LM80H TBXX-Lttka ISttl-M. fJotDBK Tixx-Fathor, I hare sinned against Ihtn, Md before thee. Luke 18:18. TBtt-Deccmbcr, A. D. 99 the same time m our teat lesson. Thkou Porca, beyond Jordsa. ExWtMTATonir I. The Two Sons. Ver. 11. "And Ho (Jesus) said:" totho same audienco to whom Ho had spokon the othor parables (ver. 1). "A oortaln man had two Boris." Tho house holder roprosentsour Heavenly Father. Tho two sons undoubtedly represent tho two classes whose prosonco led to tho discourse; tho scribes and Pharisees (tho elder son), and the publicans and sinners (the younger son). II. Tho Wandorlng. Vers. 12, 18. First Stage A Self-willed Heart at tracted from Homo. 12. "And the younger of them." A typo of ull sin ners, but especially of all who havo yielded to tho temptations of youthi "Father, givo mo tho portion of goods (property) that falloth to mo." Tho eld...

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. — 31 July 1890

ft-nf- f '&"?&&. MEWS-HERALD, BJUBORO.'O: THURSDAY, JULY 8l'1880. A 'rr 8 I t n J I K, t I :v l K I' ij V RAINHBOKO. July 20th, 1890. Oscar Clark, of Wheat Rtdgo, has been hero several days renewing old acquaint ances. H. W. ltoads visited Loudon, in Adams county, last week. Mrs. T. F. McCoy and daughtor, Miss Ircno, spent Thursday and Friday of last week among Ross county friends near Bourneville. Mrs. William Laflerty is suffering from an attack of malaria'attended with chills. John Penrod is still confined to his homo from the effects of a fall from a grain stack at Benjamin Carper's several days since. Tho enrollment inndo last week shows an excess of 17 females over tho malo population between tho ages of 0 and 21 in this school district. - Captain Chancy and wife, of Tilo Junction, were guests of Win. Epperson and family Sunday. Several of the friends of Andrew Holt, whoso house burned last week, met and helped him to erect a small building as a temporary shelter 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. — 7 August 1890

w? ;Y- ,, fl r '. ""onm i ' - r ,. 1. fr WH-Jf ", ' fmvfi" ' " " " ' i NEWSMERALD. -', JM ICCTABI leticn 1007 Entered at Poit-oflloe, Hillsboro, ColABLIdtlCU IO0I. Onto, u keeoad-elass matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. VOL 53 NO. 15 '( THE n h If I 1 M-v DEMOCRATIC DEADLOCK. Disgusted Delegates of the EleTenth District OMYeatloB Adjearn Sine Die. At 10 o'clock July 80th the convention was called to order at the Armory by W. W. Pennei, of Brown, Chairman of the Democratic Congressional Commit tee, and the following was announced a the temporary organization : Chair man, Col. T. W. Hlgglns, of Pike; Sec rotary, F. P. Hite, of Brown ; Assistant Secretaries, E. A. Crawford, of Adams, v.. A. Lockwood. of Clermont, W. A. VAbemathy, of Highland. Col. Hlggins, In a half hour speech, , formally opening the convention, de nounced the "force bill" with particular vehemence as a measure threatening to Hhertv. When, however, he branded the Dependent Pension Bill as 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. — 7 August 1890

IVI rv P !pV 'A lv .'v.?:" 'V -,i.- 2 NEWS-HERALD, HIIjLSBORO, O. THURjSPAY, AUG IJST 7t 1800. J. :' r t7 ,"S CARTERS CURE 8lck Headache and relieve all the trouble Inci dent to a bilious Mate of the system, such as Slulness, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after eating , Pala la the BWe, e. While their most remarkable success has been shown In curing SICK Headache, yet Clam's Lrrrut Lrrsn Pilus are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, whllo Ihey also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. even u wey oniy curea Ache they would be 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 And these little pills valuable In so mauy ways that they will not be willing to do without them. uut alter au sick noaa b the bane of so many lives that hero Is where we make our great boast. Our pills euro It while others...

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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. — 7 August 1890

lyr r rrjwiiwiwi'i vrvw. vr r HA-nfiwlz-f. t .. .J i i h- r- ---f - a. r t n t I i ; , StffWS'HERALD, HIDLSBORO, Oi mURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890. 3 L-f mi V4. ' The breaking of lamp chim neys is one of the most provok ing of home annoyances, anc Jeads to a constant stream oJ expense. t It can be stopped. The breaking is due to brittle glass. There arc 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" Ci chimneys of fine tough v- glass. Chester, Pa., suffers from n cockroach pest. Tenra of Suffering;. "For years I have been troubled with B blood taint that Iibs balllod the skill of the best physicians of Ohio and Indiana ; the disease finally effected my eyes to such an extent that I was almost blind. J was then induced to take a course of Swift's Specific (8. 8. S.) and am thank ful to say that after taking a few bottles I was entirely cured. My eyesight...

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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. — 7 August 1890

K3 LLAJ irtftfl srt WlW1' v x-r T cj ,Tf ;fT.-ow;i Wwro:. V NEWS-HERALD, HILLsfeoBO, O. THUfiSbAY, AtJGtTST 7, 1890. ET7S3 I (' V 'J I' , ft " P.' &1 , I.- I a PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BAEBERE, Proprietor. A.. B. DUNLAP, Editor. OMCIIIPTlONv $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES FOB ADVKBTIB1NG Made Known on Application. JLUGUST 7, - 1890 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. Secretary of State. DANIEL J. RYAN. Judge of Supreme Court, THADDEUS A. MINSHALL. Member Board of Public Works, FRANK J. McCOLLOOH. Allen G. Thurman la not a very promi nent figure before the public just now, "but the connection of his name with the meeting of protestation against the "Lodge Bill, which was held at Columbus last Saturday, unes no an opportunity to refer to that back number statesman. No where would Thurman feel more at home than at a protestation meeting.. He Is the veteran protestor. The most important measures that have been passed in the last thirty years are all attested by the sign and seal of Thu...

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. — 7 August 1890

';.' .! . V, V- ';-.' v X ft J I NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O.-THtTRSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1890., "v-J . & it o i' l $fte Scttlettd OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE IUILDING AUGUST 7, - 1800 Remember the Institute, City Hall, 11th to 15th. m Miss Galbreath.of Chillicothe, in visit ing tho Misses Ellifrltz. Miss Esty Irwin, of Greenfield, is vis iting Miss Sadie Morrow. .. i ' Capt. A. A. Kennedy, of Cincinnati, was in town over Sunday. Miss Kennedy, of Washington, D. 0., is visiting at Mr. J. H. Richaids'. m Mr. Dick O'Hara, of FitUbnrg, is visit ing his sister, Mrs. G. B. Beecher. Mr. H. J. Thomas, of West Union, visited his cousin, Mrs. D. Leadbetter, last week. Miss Daisy Clark, of Cincinnati, is visiting hor sister, Mrs. John Bean, at this place. Miss Jessie Thornburg is entertaining her friend, Miss Georgia Tucker, of Columbus. ... - Miss Blanche Pugsley has returned from a three weeks' visit with relatives in Springfield. Miss Madge Carson returned last Fri day from u month's visit with relati...

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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. — 7 August 1890

PTTtrycw 15 Xtft. JH , I WTW lf'W Jf 'PWr f7f 'MV' '!' ij"' s ff Hi V Fir ' .,?.' '. l .; v i- 1 ,V 14. iV'i -yi,A,.- .... ,-.! vV rf' -(," f-,1 ! U, grg-HERAIjI), HILLSgP, O'-THyBSpAy, Al5qySTn7A ,lg90.. A ., Wa. 4'V;X ' - 'V r Professional Cards. Cardi Insert jd Undorthli Head atloltows: 1 lnoh , peryear W H lnoli, peryear . Mlnob peryear u 3 Tenllnesof mistype ranke 1 luch. V 1'ItANK WILSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, GiiHF.NFfEi.D, Ohio Omci-Up stiira, In Smart's Block. XT A. KUSS, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HtLLSBono, Onto. Omen No BO VVcdt Main street, over Mc Quire's tobacco factor). fi U. COLLINS, !v,iba?o:R.:fcr:E-3r j.y? XjA."vv Un.Lanono, Onto. A Notary Public In the Office. Office Room No 1 and 2 8mlth Block, eorner Main ami High utrceta. -TTjr T. OKKUIU'.K, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Officii No 8 Straiin Building. Claims for Pension! Promptly Attended To. .P.VANCK. HKT.HIIIt. TTANCE H I KB, Js.xTOn:isrE"sre jrv x.a.w, I1ILI.9B0HO, Oil!) OFFICE-Strnusi Hulldl...

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

i :? H " itrnn!iVMxHBni&'7r' W':lF,HMa,aaaaaaaaaBar fflavmw ' 'I " JIUMIBM!. , - 'W- -;'m,,.- .' ' ' .' r - j d ''; ijrcreBSar.T,. iiao. . . aaw1 .Hi I r T1 I- - '"H JU W -IIiiKJbLJ 7 I ' '1 VMM; M it) r( - 7H T '' 1 m -tr A, ifcWiteHANKff-STOrtYl "Jv -r - lie CallediiH i'resl'detit Lincoln nud Had nn Intercut Ing Expefle'nee.' Dennis Hanks, cousin and early com' pnnion of .Abraham Lincoln' still, lives, at tho ago' of 01,, near Charleston, Ills., and at inlcrvals'talks with touch anima tion of LlncolnVatfrlyHlfo.. VThotigh ten yean older, ho.basrtlo'fig outlived the martyr president 'Ho gives th'ts ac count of his onljtajgit to Washington: When I went downttp"Washington to see him it was abouf anelbottbat had got into trouble. The folks Hero sent me to speak to Abo about liim.itt'fasdurin' the war, and ihatv was'ji lot o' soldiers around the.Ufl,,rfouo stibklii their guns 'in everybody's face. I Vent to a door thar's, only one, though I looked 'round fara back door, thlnkin' to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 August 1890

SSf?$i M iMi iffrrT raaa OS'-.';! $ V.SVk i' -a ' j SE ' . 'W 1 J4? i . IVm ,t i-v-" ttV.' !,-i . T 4 .KJ'o- 2L sw ' A wv "Vtf. :i iri ."; n. " i' .... '.i . L&AU. J J,t'' NEWS-HERALD, O,50i iv.-T a'iiw-i -a-f W ti... ,AtJGqST7y .. " i K i), fe '& . "VJu ' u I'-u, RAIHMMRO. August 5th, 1890. Mrs. Joseph Carnes, who has been suf fering from ft severe attack of neuralgia of the stomach, is some better at present. McKendrce Browning and wife, of Hillsboro, were here Thursday and Fri day at the bedside of their sick nephew, Bert Browning. Several persons from this community attended the funeral of Edward Elliott at Marshall last Friday. Mrs Pricor, of Springfield, Ohio, has been quite sick at the home of her son-in-law, Rev. J. H. Davis, but is some better. Mrs. Winget, wife of Rev. 0. L. Win get, was called to Columbus last week by the death of a sister whose home was in that city. She returned Saturday evening. The Sunday School picnic in J. B. Head's grove last Thursday was a...

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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. — 14 August 1890

r r 'f HT7 T trt J' W s ,v ! .fi" ?r .S-vi ;. I" " ,,'' V- f O ' , -"U" nV, .?. J vVir -cu -'1 m NEWS1HERALD. :l aOJ? CSTADI IQUCn 11147 Entered MtPoit-offloetHltliboro, , CSIAtSLIankU lOOI. Ohio, U MOond-clMi matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLANDJOO., O., THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1890. VOL. 53-NO. ST-W THE MAKES A HOME MARKET, The American Farmer Benefit ed by the Tariff in More Ways Than One. Eicevaf ement of Manufactures Brings J ) ! Hew Consumers for Bis Pro ..r dnrta Fine Protection Speech by Senator Merrill. TEMPERANCE COLUMN. CONDUCTED BY THE W. C. T. U. A Knot of Ribbon. BY JENNIE KIDMOEE. J) n M, During the discussion of the Tariff JHH in tbe Senate, Senator Morrill made a strong point or two. Ho said that the ill-natured denunci ations of American manufacturers ,by oratorical free tradentindlcated that they preferred the prosperity of the foreign manufacturer to that of their own coun trymen, and that they would compel the latter to manufacture as cheaply as any foreigner, pay no higher...

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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. — 14 August 1890

7-V7 V & t (-, M ,,-,-v 11111 'WW PW j ' Ifllgli " ' W IIP'11 f ' "1 SL'.I'V V?w T . V- 1. ? ;Vfc!ra ri fflWfw- v$ Fi ,UO''Vl.. ' ii' ' , .'. . ' ii K,. 'f Jy '! . ' NEWS-HERALD. BILLS) THti&SPAY, AtJGUat 14, 1890. HG&P. lr at ! i It '? i vt W I It' 1 n v;. CARTERS llTTLE l!S CURE Blck Headache and relieve all the trouble Inci dent to a bilious state of the system, such h 'Bisslnees, Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating, Pain In the Bide, 4c. While their most remarkable success has been shown In curing SICK Headache, yet Giwrcn's Urrui Lnrsa Piua are equally, valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while ley also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the llrer and regulate the bowels, JCven if they only cured HEAD Ache they would be almost priceless to those who suffer from this distressing complaint: but fortunately their goodness does not end 1iere, and those who ones try thcra will And these llttio pills valuablo in so m...

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. — 14 August 1890

;s '"CMV ' .?' r- T ?, S? fV j iV -if ;;v 't-tf W tW '.K- Is It Aay Wonder That Br. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis oorery outsells all other blood and liver medicines, since ft possesses such superior curative properties as to warrant its Manufacturers in supplying it to the i eopie tm tney are doing, wrougn arug ta) under conditions such as no other 'Inedlcino is sold under, vis: that it must I' -111..- U-.1i .... il. .lt-l L eiuur uvurui ur euro uiu puueui, ur uiu I I. monev naid for it will he nromtitl v re turned. It cures all diseases arising from deranged liver, or from impure blood, as biliousness, "liver complaint," all skin and scalp diseases, salt-rheum, tetter, scrofulous sores and swelllnps, fever-sores, hip-joint disease and kindred ailments $500 reward for an incurable case of chronic Nasal Catarrh offered by the manufacturers of Dr. Sage's Catarrh H Bemedy. 60 cents, by druggists. The National guard of New York State 'S,is going to equip itself with bicycles. .--. P The ...

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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. — 14 August 1890

- ',i i Yi vJ m&x( isir- . f- rSEJ! Iit'Ti "a wni W V l yEWS-HERALI), HII&SBORQrtP.-TTT ,1890. Vv? Br iJBSBfaBHHflHIivBKJHAtt' ff EtVnBHwBBBBvt oHK0iBulBflBBiHBBH jAnvnlHJBBp) '399VHBfl9BBIvBKHEBSv "ss IwiKiwBKr' .. v ujPffiflPr HI ? . : I& r Lt 1'' r, ;;v 'j f. t gkt gkWS'SJkttdft JTOLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 0. W, BABRERE, Proprietor. JL. TJ, DUNLAP, Editor. niPTIOf4,tl.S0 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. atfltTMS 3TOTI ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. JHDG-UST 14. - 1890 XEPUM.1PAX STATE TICKET. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Jude of Supremo Court, THADDEUS A. MIN8HALL. Member Board of Public Works, FRANK J. McCOLLOOH. ELEVENTH DISTRICT. Xfjabllcnii Coiisri'Mlonnl CoiiTentlon to lie Held lu lUllidioro Srptvmlier 23d. 3fce ComrrepMoiinl Gummitteo of the EJ7Lnth District inet at tho Gibson .ilmse, Cincinniiti, tYiiguit Cth, 1800. Xlure wen- patent Hon. Jno. W.Hook, -oi Jtdnms ; Judge G. W. Hullck, of Gler mnl ; iCyrus Newbv, Esq., of Highland ; LTV. Sarjicnt, of Pike ; J.O.Now...

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. — 14 August 1890

f F7: '. .... . ;r ,pv ' ' fy rf "A 'An. :,78 L s& ' UJ'.' . ', it'- .ft -lr , " W .f V V W' ft." V-"V " IV i . ?s m NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOROl 'Or-EHITIISDAY, AUGUST? 14, 1890 us "I w Y t W ,iv -Y, gfoe gUwIUMfl4 OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING AUGUST 14, 1800 Mies Nottie Patton, of Sinking Spring, is visiting friends here. m Miss Nottie Kline, of South Salem, is visiting Miss Lizzie Strain. Dr. H. R. Clarke, of Circlovllle, paid this office a visit on Friday. Miss Nelllo Ingalls, of Middletown, is the guest of Miss Jane Reece. 8. E. Redkey, of Cincinnati, called on friends at this place last week. - Mr. Leroy Brown, of Richmond, Ind., is at home.on a short vacation. John Read, of Urbana, is circulating among old friends about Hillsboro. m Rev. S.M. Smothers, of Franklin, Ind., is visiting his wife, who is very sick. Mr. Gordon Pullen, of Cincinnati, is spending some time with friends here. Miss Sadie Morrow entertained a num ber of friends on Wednesday evening. Miss Lizzie Konnedr...

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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. — 14 August 1890

V; ""' mn irrTTTTa LitfttSS frri; .,iCtTT, .. ?'. ir-NPiGP':' '.." 5 .fn?-' m V WA,43.V VCTS Ai 3 VvVV l v, -AH 'M -Yt" t' TrV M-Y sttt. -.l."Sl.N ' i '( njwyrjwmmlwmmmv?wwm W7. . S? ' , f sd , , .'., I M fr J,ISkH J K . i I 'If V. IT t' fc p. & ra LV J tl 1 4 f 8 J y. , If f K 'Vi . .' rv, ,N: Professional Cards. Cards Intertad UndirlMl Htad aitoHew: llnch.peryear, 1(lnoh,peryear, (MM InAh narVAIf Ten ltueiot thlsty pe make 1 Inch. -- KltANK ffltSON. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, QukenfuiJ), Ohio. Office Up. stairs, in Smart's Blook. -pi A. KUSS, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLusBono, Omo. Office No 3G Went Main street, ovor Mo- Quire's tobacco factory. -) B. COLLINS, Hiixsbobo, Omo, A Notary Public In the Office. OmcE-ltoomn No. 1 and 3 8mlth Block, jorner Main and High streets. W T. altEUIIKH, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Omcr.-No S Straws Dnlldlng. Claims for Pensions Promptly Attended To. , P. VANCK. fTANCK & HIttB, JOHN T. BIHK. A.TTOR3STB-5rS -A.T UlLLSBOKO, OHI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 August 1890

1& 'fl BF..iV ,' TV af f' W x'rfj ik .,- W t 7 EWS-HERALD, HIDLSPRO.-QyHURSRATY. AV&Vfflj.W,, 1390 'fi )i iV s .-- to r-tf Kt MRS. BONANZA MAOKAY. Mate ataviiad Details m Hee Vary Ia - teresMag History. Loulso Hungorford, with younger Blstor who Is now the Countou of Telf mw, the wife of a Italian Count, left New York when about twelve years old, says tho Working Woman, John Hun gerford was a journeyman barber In New York, but enlisted In the Mexican war; later ho was employed at his trado by one Goorgo V. Ciprico, whose shop In San Franolsoo was known ai "Montgom ery baths," and the ohalr that Jack Hun gerford used la pointed out to tho cus tomers of tho Clprlco barber shop to this day. Mr. Clprlco advanced 8500 In gold to his em ploy o, who Immediately sont for his daughters. When Louise Hungerford and her sister arrived in San Francisco they went to tho house of Mr. Clprlco, jyho took thorn Into his family, thoy bo lag nearly the same age of his own daughters. Hero thoy w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 August 1890

V i. . f .21 i,M',rtVW r , ' ' '!'. 4' EE3 . "w?w..t "wwsnwr. Sii "wpvscre..i - smbb - , . v 'vwi.:.V ? 1' v. Mr fJV M'f'.v i.' I il I ' 4. tffiWS-MMALD, mijWWwo, QtHtTiRsflAlvAtrGrOST 14, isoo. if 8 f.'i, r arc TV El U t'l ,,Y vt v m 7 'U' I ! W fl 1 I i it 1 I tf y i & rn & A FEMALE ENGINEER. ha Um Sueeeaifally Run an Engine Iter Three Tear. To soo a woman running an engine in peal llfo Is a gonulno novelty. The fair sex occasionally run engines in novels, on tho stago and so on, but a real, livo lomalo cnginocr is a now Bonsatlon. Of joourso this ono la in Chicago, and of bourse sho is young and pretty. They always are. Tho romance of tho caso is, howovor, cut out by tho cold-blooded announcement that sho is not doing it Ito savo a husband, lover or father's lifo or liberty. Sho is purely morcenary. Tho stipend drawn at tho end of each ,wook is all that sho is after, llor namo is not known. Perhaps this is where 'tho romantic part comes in. Perhaps otherwise Bo this or 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. — 21 August 1890

H'ww: Xw r41 't V ' -,- . ' V "J-7 rffr? THE NEWSfHERAL V v: ESTABLISHED 1837. HBttrei at Post-offlea, HUUboro, Ottle, M sseoad-eUM natter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1890. VOL 58 NO. 17 r -rfD1 El R '0 .J- ) The Iastitate. The pretence of Bach. b Intelligent and cultured body u the teachers of Highland county, must always make itself felt in the community, and the ln tereat manifested by the citizens in the proceedings of the Institute shows the appreciation in which the work of edu cation la held by those not actually en- gaged in it. The sessions which were fully reported by our representative in our laaf Iwin rnnflnnnd throilffhOUt the week with good attendance and unabated interest. On Wednesday morning the regular schedule was resumed, Mr. Smith tak ing up Digestion, followed by Prof. Gall 'with the discussion of Case. Mr. Gall offered a prize of a valuable book to the teacher who should hand in before the close of the institute the closest and most conc...

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. — 21 August 1890

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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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