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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 October 1890

mm 1 1 jtMmtirs&-mmmmmms tWT? . ;'- ' v;-i- Rj OlJi , y Tt h ,. V "( U it" NEW-HERALD, HILLSBORO, 0. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1890. -M i( il W v S? II AFRAID OF NOTHING. r Colored Man' Contempt for tha Hand or Fate, thoy aro toarlng down old houses all over tho city to mako room lor tno moro modern house, Whllo thoao houses aro being demolished thcro Is usually a olass of people who crowd around, oagor to plok up all stray piece' of wood which como in their direction, says tno wasn- ington Tost. Colored peoplo goncraliy nredomlnnto In this class, and many a (family is thus supplied with fuol. Whllo tearing down a houso In tho nortnwosi oonMrm nf t.hn nltv rccontlv tho WOrk- linon woro vo'ry muoh bothered by theso Iuwood hustlers," as thoy torm thom. Tho "wood hustlors" In this caso woro composed, with but ono oxcoptlon, or email negroes. This excoption wa3 an old nccrro who liad ono leg shorter than tho other and was noarly bent doublo, but whothor with ago or not no ono know. Tho w...

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. — 9 October 1890

nnMHinii '-"' i ' ii ii "'if i '"'Til .if . i i "x ' t$ - - ij- -' 'i -' .v - :;. ' VoJS ir i Viw-. t rt J! pi 7 (: 'A fi- -," ft. W.-J - . $ IJ '-VJrV i V NEWS-HERALD, HILLS B0ftti,o; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1890. 8 . . ,&. f AT ' ?r- .!. i . : AN IMMENSE "SCOOP." Uk Telocraph Mesaencer'a Ttemlntoceno of the Lincoln AJannMnntlon, "Tho assassination of Lincoln," read Henry N. Garland passongor agont of (tho Wabash, as ho spread out a copy of a nowspapor dated April 15, 1803, which. contained an account of tho murder of tho President. "I remember that event most vivid ly," said Sir. Garland, to a Chicago Jour nal roportor, "and It Is lmprlntod on rhy memory through a part I played tho next morning In connection with It. I was a boy living In Oswego, N. Y., at that tlmo and was a messenger boy for what was known as the 'United States branch Telegraph Company.' It was a Canadian line and wo wero fighting tho Vestern Union for all wo wore worth. In Oswego tho Western Union ofilcoand 6u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

r-J-TTTTTyiJWf . i t Fy jj - e r 'jw THE -HERALD. ,yx fl rcTHDI ICUCn 1QQ7 Entered att'oit-offlee,HllUboro, bOlADLIdnllll IOOf ouiot M seoond-olasa matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1890. VOL. 53 NO. 25 i'X ?" w,. ' xi' ( " NEWS 11; fl! I, fl f I ' W -- PJHBb f ANOTHER FALSE ALABM. Something of Interest to Smokers No Increase In the Cost of Homo Grown Tobacco. Cigars furnish another illustration of the 'false alarm the importers are raising over the now tariff. They are trying to make the public believe that the McKin ley bill will increase the cost of all kinds of cigars and tobacco, and dealers are ap parently taking advantage of this outcry to increase prices. But there is no j usti ileation for such an increase except in the case oi imported cigars, which are bought only by the rich people. ; The number of cigars made last year in the United States was over 4,000,000,- ,000, while only about 4,000,000 were im- f t ported, less than 1 per cent, of the tot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

AtVi nf fc4m.i jt iiiisEr.. t . 'j. 3iiCTj M A ty-c ! . , , .'' ' S i . , . ..-iA V L ' . . . "'" ViJi! NEWS-HERALD, BILLSPORO, P. THUKSUAY, UUOTBEK 10, 18UU. Ai b !ft v 7 f? i r L MRTEtfS iTTLG YlVER 1 1 PILLS. UL CURE Sick ITemlftche and relieve all tlio troubles Inci dent to a bilious Btate of the system, such as UlTxlneis, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after eating. Pain in the Side, &c while their most remarkablo success has been shown in curlug SICK Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver Pills ore equally valuable in Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, w hue they also correct all disorders or the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only cured HEAD Ache they would be nlmoit 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 valuable In so many w ays that they will not be willing to do without them But afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

EWaBPMMnilsltH jgMT. ftadaB &$$$ j w"1 ' J f u w pfffl-l '' ' '" ' "" HJTifr ' .r r o 1 tlj r II 11 w "S. rV It"- ff Tho First Step. Perhaps you are nin down, can't cat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do any thing to your satisfaction, and you won- v der what ails you. You anemia neea A tho warning, you are taking the first step Into Nervous Prostration. You . need a Nerve Tonic and in Electric Bit ters you will find the exact remedy for restoring your nervous system to its nor mal, healthy condition. Surprising re sults follow the uso of this great Nerve Tonic and Alterative. Your appetite re turns, good digestion is restored, and the Liver and kidneys resume healthy action. Try a bottle. Price 50 cents at Seybeit & Co.'s drug store. Smoking Chicago. chimneys now cost $50 in The New Dlscorcry. You have heard your friends and neighbors talking about it? You may yourself be one of the many who know from personal experience just how good ia thing it is. If you have ever tried...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

-' ': il "MM II NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, P. THURSDAT, OCTOBER 16, 1890. 4 35&JC StWS'lkKltUl PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BARKERE, Proprietor. A. B. DUNLAP, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATK8 FOR ADVBJBTISIN'G Made Known on Application. OCTOBER 16. - 1890 REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. fiecretiirv of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Judpe of Supreme Court, THADDEUS A. MINSHALL. .Member Board of PuoHc Works, FRANK J. McCOLLOCH. TOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS. D. W. 0. LOUDEN. JUDICIAL TICKET. For Circuit Judge, Fourth Circuit, MILTON L. CLARK. REPUBLICAN COUNTY TICKET. Probate Jud;o, . LEROY KELLY. Recorder, SAMUEL N. PATTON. Piosecuting Attorney, GEORGE L. GARRETT. Cnimiiis-Monpr, EWING NEW BY. Infirmnry Dirertor, TUCHARD CROSEN. Surveyor, NATHANIEL MASSIE. Thf following resolutions were passed by Hillsboio SuboirtinaUi Allianco No. 100 October! lib, ISUO WimiiEAb, Farming lands and farm products in Highland county, 113 well as other portionH of the country, having sail'ereit Sever...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

"VimTT -' " fflFfVW r i H i' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1890. n ht 'gkm&gttxtiUL OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING OCTOBER 19, 1800 Mrs. Sarah Wells, an artist of Oxford, 0., is visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. A. J.Giddings, of Buffalo, N. Y., are the guests of relatives In this city. Mrs. Theo. F. Brown, of Washington 0. H., visited relatives in this place last week. Mr. S. O. Roberts, of Lake City, Ind., is visiting relatives in Hlllsboro and vi cinity. ' Messrs. Will and Arthur McClure re turned to their "homes in Columbus Monday. Mr. 0. A. Thordburg, after spending the summer at Decatur, Ala., is now in Hillsboro. Mr. A. B. Dnnlap was called to Green field Saturday by the death of his father, Dr. Nnlton Dnnlap. Judee Dittey and 0. H. Collins were in Dodson towship and Lynchburg last week on legal business. Mrs. J. 0. Hallowell returned to De catur, Ala., last Saturday,- after an ex tended visit at this place. Messrs. John Miller, Fritz Erdmann, Bert ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

mmm" mA ,.. .1 -t 'i f T C ju'.iyuL.JBi"" nr- js.. c 3? 'l.'lfl. til fW P. "V1 -r ' f I i" - V; vk, AJ r if- vfl if V"V f.iV H1 TV) ij ' "VI V. ""?! fl vi -fe. HEWS-HERALD, HlLLSBpko, P. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 161890. ' ' bi i lav r. 4 Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under thl! Head ai follows: 1 lucii,perver. c i h, I- i srti .110 .. 6 - 3 7i in'' ! H'tr .." i' I Of iniSlJ 'V HlHStOS 111VII. -r FICANK WH SON, ttorney and Counsellor at Law, GnrcvnPLD, Ohio. Oitice Up stales, In rlmartV Block. XT A. KU-, PHYSICIAN and SUBGEON, Hilisboko, Onio. Office No 30 West Mkin street, oyer Mc- dnirc's tobacco fnutim. fy II. COLLINS, V"X"r OUSTED .A.T Ii-A.TV Bihhbiiho, Ohio. A Notary Public in the Office. OrncE Itimc No. 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main ui High rtrects. W" T. GKUUItBU, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Oitice No S Stiaun Uuilrt.ng. Claims for Fenslons Promptly Attended To. T. P. YANCE. JOHN T. HIRE. TTASCE HIUE, ATTORNEYS AT IIlLLSKOKO, OHIO. Ofuck Strauss Building. LAW, H. M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

' w PIWH V ' t , ip W A i 'Ti' VT . ! . . I . ''! y - D ' & EWS-HBRALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1890. f i&t ,; . '" Wf" r? r .-v W' ft A I i 35 JJU STOBIE OF BIRDS. Hawk That TTndortook Too Biff a Oontraot. Kiddy Wa Ton rienvy for Iltm, and Mr, Hank raid Dnnrly ior Ilt Sport A Hat-Destroy ii,j Onrnrhn from Its reroh by broldmc SwallotYi. Ono day this Bummor, writes the Now York Sun's Soranton (Pa.) correspond ent, a big hawk darted down Into Ethelbert i Poaroo's barn-yard, up in Derrick township, seized a tough old jhon, flow aoross tho road with her, and Bottled down behind arail fonco. Biddy fwas too heavy for tho hawk to sail away With, and sho squawked to tho full ox tont of hor lung power whllo horbroad rwinged captor was pinning hor to tho ground. Tho hawk appeared to know that its notions were .bolng watched, for Ipvory fow seconds it raised its head and peeped botween tho rails toward, tho Jhouso, whero Mr. Poarco, who had got lis rlflo tho moment the hon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 October 1890

wpp- .i:: J4!5!!ffl '. t . tv V )'. c O et FT . 'V " ' . -isy. NEWS-HERALD, HILLS BQBG, 0-TBURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, I 80OY! i r-: ., ' A tt M 8 ' ' V t I ? lit ft. I I.KKNUUKH. October 14th, 1890. Ho sings. But his Bong is not so pleasing to the ear. It's a boy at Prof. J. A. Urn ami's, don't you know. Now too Fred Fausch, of Atchinson, Kan., cntno to seo his old home Satur day, and it's a secret though he brings homo Mrs. Pausch, nee Miss Emma Robinson. Congratulations already conferred. Mr. and Mrs. Pausch will spend a two weeks' honey moon at Leesburg, after which Atchinson will bo their home. Col. D. iC. Johnson and daughter, Mrs. King, Mr. Pausch and Maggie were in Cincinnati Saturday. In honor of Miss Fannie Jamison, of Staunton, the pretty guest of Mrs. Mont Patton, Mrs. Patton gave a social on Thursday nipht of last week. A time I well. Conference of the W. 0. T. U. of the surrounding counties was held Friday at the residor.ee of Fred Pavey north of town. On Sunday afternoon as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

FSJTT'T'TB! 3 ft,' " ' fx $, lM ' NEWSHERALD. Jr. tfjl" j j i tl pbTidi ICUcn. 1037 Entered at Post-offlce.Hlllsboro, C9l.llElLl9ntr.ll ipp' Ohio, ,es. second-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLANDjgp., O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. VOL. 53 NO. 26$ vwm. .is THE oaHti "Sm 4 V 5 r BUTF ! Another Farmer Heard From. t But This Time He Talks Right, ; if- . s . Flanges His Pitchfork Into ',! Fourth Party Pre tensions, And Exposes the Democratic Saw-Dust With Which They are Stuffed. ime u-ooa Mara .avice for Republican Farmers, and Others. . imld Republicans Vote the So-Called People's Ticket! hey should not for many reasons:' First, their votes would be thrown away for there Ja'not the slightest prospect of electing that ticket., Second, the county reforms advocated by, the so-called.Peo-pie's leaders can only be accomplished, through the Legislature, and. no election for members of that body takes place this year. Third, the leaders of the so ' called Alliance movement are free trad , era, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

L, t -i NKAVS-TTF.H A TYO. mTT,SVVttO Q. TnrT?STAY, OCOTBER 23, 1 8o 2 I I lb x n ) i I t 1 I ?' '' '. FOUR-FOOTED HEROES. Four Exceptionally Good Storioa Told About Doga )L Boston Do; rut on Trlml for UU Ufa 'and Acquitted How Doer Max Struck Terror to the Heart of Incompe tent Musicians Faithful Dee." I A doff was actually put on trial for hls llfo in Boston last week. It was, Pcconlthfr to tho Philadelphia Press, a Ight impo3slblo outsldo the jurisdiction ,of JlascaciiLsHta' cuiious laws. Tho idoicndant, lowsor, a handsomo sotter, boloncinir to ono Nathan Simmons, a South End saloon-keeper, was charged , li- 1 1 - 1.1 1 - -51- ' wi uuvuiir a vicuiuu uuu buvuitu uia' position, ."dangerous to the peaco and bodily weal of tho good citizens of tho commono.ilth." To provo this, ono Hllmoth Hess sworothnt tho dog had bltton him without provocation, and he wanted tho handsome animal killed. Towsor's owner demurred and tho court summoned Towser to provo his good charactor, and ho was for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

P" "?' -W?rT?' ''Tp' i ' 1 w -r . NtiWS-HERALD, HTLLSBORO, O. --THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1SOO. 3 Sj6tft.S J M An Old Soro llcnlctl. I linJ a painful, annoying Boro on my leg, tour tho.knee, thnt troubled me for over two-ycam. I tried various remedies, but tbo sore, iiieteaA of healing up, con tinued to grow larger, and to cause me more pain until I bvgan to look for a crutch Through the advice of a.friend, who vena cured of a similar trouble, I took fi. 8 S., and in a few weeks was cured r entirely. The soro healed up, nnd thore is not even, a scar left to mark the pjaco. Chaiiles A. SuMiten, May 10, 1890. Mt. Vernon, 0. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. A borriflshell factory iH to ' at McKeesport, Pa. bo erccieJ A Safe Investment Is ono which is guaranteed 16 bring ou satisfactory results, or in caseof failure a return of purchart pricp. On this safe plan you can buy from bur advertised druggist a botth of Pr. King's New "Discovery ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

NEWS-HBRAJjD, HlJj.L.13MiJ V TJUKJJAY UUTtliSJfiK 23, IWU. : A '-a 5i- yf & v t - V- gftjc pwslta&lls PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BARRERE, Proprietor. A. B. DUNLAP, Editor. SUBSCRIPTION, SI.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATHS irOR ADVERTISING- Made Known an Application. OCTOBER 23, 1890 TWJUIMMLWMIIIIWIMM REPCM-HAN STATE TICKET. Prcrelnrv of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Jwltre of Supreme Court, THADDEUS A. MINSIIALL. Member Bonid of Punlic Works, FRANK J McCOIiLOOH. m P FOR MEMBER OF CONGRESS, it' D. W. C. LOUDEN. ' JUDICIAL TICKET. For Circuit Judpe, Fourth Circuit, MILTON L. CLARK. REPUBLICAN COUXTY TICKET. Probate Judge, LEROY KELLY. Recorder, SAMUEL N. PATTON. Prosecuting Attorney, GEORGE L. GARRETT. Commissioner, EWING NEWBY. Infirmary Director, RICHARD CROSEN. Surveyor, NATHANIEL MASSIE. There should be no change in the Board of Infirmary Directors. Richard Crosen has made an excellent member and should be continued. James E. Campbell has been the vic tim of an optical illusion...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

mti&& VUM . w ' w , 4 tf i NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, Q. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. S3r1f.;' vu I gfoe iJjewlkItf OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING OCTOBER 23, 1890 Miss Julia Lefever and Miss Jane Reeco spent several days In Cincinnati last week. Mr. H. D. Byersdorfer, of Dover, Ky., was the guest of Miss Lottie Oha'noy last week. Charley Scott came up from Cincin nati Law School to' spend Sunday with his parents. Mr. George March, the guest of Mr. James Reece, has returned to his home In Columbus'. 'There will bo a regular meeting of J. M.,Barrere Post this (Thursday) evening at 7 o'clock. m . Mr and Mrs. Philip Kramer returned Tuesday from a pleasant trip to Kansas and Colorado. m ' Deputy Rob Jolly took two boys, Robert and Charley Ward, to the Reform Farm last week. Mrs. E. Carson roturned on Saturday after a visit of several weeks with her sister at Ida Grove, Iowa. m Lieut. Kendall, of the Cincinnati police force, is in town on business and visiting his brother, Al Kendall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

1 "v, ,v ,; Pfflfr;1 " T . ,..' N, I .VV-v : "?," J !?' V WP't ' " '.r--V.. fc -J Ic w it ,.r P T- , It u NEWS HERALD, 63LLSBQRO, O. THURSDAY, OCTOBER-2S, 1890. M 6 fWWV If il lwt Kit F !L ! Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under this Head at follows: llnrhrporvear .- 110 noli, pur veur - 6 yl Dfl' iorenr 3 fnn linen of this type make 1 tnoli. -r I11ANK WILSON, ttornoy and Counsellor at Law, ORKEvriFtD, Ohio. Ofhce Up stair?, In Bmart'a B'ocls. J3 A. 1HJSS, P.HYSICIAN and SURG-EOfr, " HttLiDono, Onto. Oincc No 3G vct Malu street, over Mc Guiro's tobacco factory. f kH. COLLIS, .A.i'Tore.JfcrrEiTZ"' .a.t Ij-Aw HiusBono, Onio. A Notary Public in the Office. Office- Ilonm Nor, 1 and 2 Smith Block, corner Main ami High "fleets. -rrr t. oiti:um:u, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Office No 3 Strains Utilltling. Claims for Pensions Promptly Attended To. T. P.VAJ.CK. JOHN T. HIHK. TTAXCK A HIKE, A.XTOHaST3E3"Z,S -A.T X,A."W, UlLLSBOKO, OHIO OryiCR Strauss Uulldluat. f a. M l.ItOWN. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

5?Vi iV i V . " I ill; , i ' 'TT "Mn"t i hf "f "SWWi r y'd I. .' 'A AJ . ft ".n - 'r .t ' ' 4 ' .' Y l t ' " " ' ' ' .i-1M V , 'HA u' ' -41 i NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1890. l mmr wm-Mm ' l-'V w 4 l'. " w hi I.' Ml tmtttu RomUj Fragrant! lotting! TBS Leading Iticexacts. Sold at Druggists. ras.3T-CT2C3D. Cur II vtr Complaint, sssl SSS1 VV silt sssssB SMS! lsssm A4f bA Bllloua 4 .' M nilllK Affctlon$, eiddlnit: niirniwii st druggliti. SBe. SALVATION Oil ' PrlotcnlySSCtl, Sold by all druggliti. Will retlevd Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sellings,Bruises,Lumbago,Sprains, Headache, Toothache, Sort, Burns, Cuts, Scalds, Backache, Wounds, me. ti'uriMi IAN0C8 PLUGS, Thi gnat Tobacco An biftw tltoUtPrle 10 Cti. Atoll drugglit. General Election SHERIFFS Bmcnnr's Omoi. HlLLBOBO, HlOHLAND OoUUTT, OHIO uctoDer in, ibw, the, Qualified ToterB of Highland unty: jeseas. Br the Uwi of Ohio reeuUtine vuions. it is required by the Sheriff of his wounly to give notice, before the time of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 October 1890

S-''- rrt TfflOTtiHBaMiBFr -rr-rrWfn" r -. - n- hut WPrtrw-it-nWr-- '-"HHin " -"-" IT'' "8 '" ,.....' , ; :.."NffWS-HTSBixD,. HILLS !)&. OiITORSDATrOCTOfe, 1 &i& " '"" ' '-' ' A- " i ' ' i '. n ; : j : WSa. . 'A h- & P: I" i j A I I- V HOLLOWTOWN. October 20th, 1890. Frank Gilmnn, of Webertown, is now a resident of this pJncc. Charles New ton and wife, of Dayton, aro visiting relatives in this vicinity. Tho funeral of Mary Faul, wife of Godfrey Faul, of Strausburg, took placo here last Wednesday. J. W. Campbell, tho People's candi date for County Surveyor, is already at work. JIo is nt present making a survey of the political field. John JlcNicol addressed the Alliance here last Wtidncsdny night. John is a good fellow, but he i ill never get there on the horse he is now riding. Wm. A. Polk, Democratic candidate for Commissioner, Mas hero last week. Billy sa) a he will bo back again before tho election. Jacob E. Ridings caught twenty-five pounds of flab one day last w...

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. — 30 October 1890

HprfM 'vSv-i V '"'. - hi- r , . 'Br I f THE NEWi-HER ALD. fc. m m A a ,?wf eeTlDl ICUCn 1QQ7 Entered at Post-office, Hlllsboro, COlADLIOntlU lOOfi Ohio, as secoDd-olnss matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAN1XOO., O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 1890. VOL. 53 NO. 27 w y ir l.- r 1- ANOTHER GERRYMANDER,! A Scheme to Make the State Senate Democratic for Ton Years to Come. The Danger that Lurks Behind "Farmer" Cromloy's Can didacy lor Secretary of State. A Point that Is Liable to be Over- looked by Republicans. The Urbana Citizen has this to say about the importance of Ryan's election : There is an important point to the Republicans of Ohio In connection with the election of Secretary of State on next Tuesday, or November 4th. Un reflecting readers may not consider this election of unusual importance, but in truth it may determine the political complexion of one branch of the Legis lature for the next ten years. If a Re publican Secretary of State is elected, the Board which is to make the decen nial leg...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 October 1890

$t'w& ,' ? dwr !," 1 1 1. 2 r. Aid -l " JU f .1 XII V CJ-I1JL!J1VXXJI AXXXJXJkJXJVJLVVV aaaliaiuixj. , VV-'W J-JLIJUIA. OV' AOC7VJ. t'V S l JESUS ACCUSED. Xatarnatlonal Sanday.School Lotion for Norember 3, 1890. Utssou Text Luke 22:54-71. Golden Text Ho was wounded for our transgressions, Be was bruised for our Iniqui ties. Isa. 63:5. Time Early Friday moraine, April 7, A. D. 10; between ono o'clock and sunrlso. Place Jerusalem, In thopalacoof Cataphas, the high priest. Parallel Accounts Matt. 80:57 73; Mark 14:63-73; John 18:1327. LESSON HINTS AND IIELTS. B4. "Then took thoy Him (arrested nim at Gothsomano) and brought film Into tho high priost'a house." Tho pal aco of Calaphas, who was then high priest. C5. ''And when thoy had kindled a flro in tho midst of tho hall:" tho court, which was surrounded by tho buildings. It was cold in thb early morning. "Pe ter sat down among them," among tho of&cera and attendants. After cautiously standing awhilo (John 18:18), ho ven tured ...

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