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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 December 1890

' --if" r. "" , . . , ,. F.T ill- T ' A i- p &."fV 1 ' " "I ill ' 'if Via m I H NEWS-HFRATO, HTLLSBOROrO. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1890. 7 .11 i I'. I " 'V )? " CARTER'S "Si i iTTL flVE m ITTLE IVER PILLS. CURE 8lclc Headache and relievo nil tho troubles Inci dent to a bilious state of tho system, such ns Dizziness, Nausea. Drowsiness, Distress after eating. Pain In the Side, &o While thelrmost remarkable success has been shown In curing SICK Headache, yet Canter's Little Liver PiLts are equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing this annoying complaint, while they also correct all disorders of the stomach, stimulate the liver and regulalo the bowels. Even If they only cured Ache they would lx 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 those little pills valuable In so many ways that they will not be willing to do wltnout I ; them. But after all sick ...

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. — 18 December 1890

E9, .&" :-t I ' 3 ,U - i n .? V -t ' Hj; U1 e T T, -.t fcttT . JBT -ivv ' F-.UK . Ik ' '"7 'JM e- i ' v " k, .- 8 . oy TEMPERANCE COLUMN. CONDUCTED BY THE W. C. T. U, ' Mif. G. II, Iteml, of Blnomlngton, 111 , in rHjxiitinjr for her city tho largest W. 0. T U, of any in tho Btate, makes thin comment: ''We aro plad to say wo are radical?, anil keep that fact well at the front. 'Niiii-partisHu" of course we are non partisan, like our national leader, Miss Willard, and our Illinois leaders: we are non partisan enough to help in any honest i fl'ort to strike dfcadly blows at the licensed dram-shop. While we spell Prohibition with a capital P, and enter into no compromises with evil dors, u rejoice in overy agency that has for its aim tho destruction of the liquor traffic, and will lend a hand to any good, honest work for that end. Our union sent prohibition literature weekly into Dakota during tho amendment AtniL'trlp tlu-re. and said. 'God bless the f part there that dares to stand...

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. — 25 December 1890

"A- ' J .. fT,V" Kf " ' ' It' I1 -A l - t! fyti-- ' - A T". ! 6 -C g3 ''fcit f ' THE NEWS-HERALD. CITIDI ICUCn t QQ7 Entered al Post-nfflce. Hillsboro, CdlAOLIOnCU iOOI. Ohio, as heoonil-olaKS rantter. hillsboro, highland co., o., Thursday, December 25, i89o. VOL. 5a NO. 3S DOUBLE TRAGEDi J, JN. Lazure Shot at Blanches ter by Bert Cadwallader, Who Flees for His Life, Pursued by the Dead Man's Friends. y --r. jT Surrounded in an Open Field, He Falls With a Bullet in His Head. Did Cadwallader Commit Suicide? Last Saturday forenoon the usually quiet neighborhood of the Blanchester depot, bo familiar to all the people of Hillsboro who have occasion to travel that way, became the scene of a tragedy in which a fusilade of shots was fired with murderous aim, men felt the sul phurous breath of the revolver in their faces and two of the participants fell dead with bullets in their brains. Some time- during the morning Burt Cadwallader, a young man about twenty yesid of ago residing a mile we...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 December 1890

.. X 771 if . A VV:'TO V r l r J ' " I'm ,- ,5 .j! V'"7 . , " CUT- i dtf: .. JL, r . & Jt ' til ? a f J ' .; i - v v NEW8-H-EK A LT. HTLLSBOnO, jV miTKST)AY, DECElMHEK 2J5j "tftOO. vw ,w 2 f f m i !' iasssaa!lsaw vL 8TKTPT03I9 OB UVEB DISEASE I Loss of appetite; bad bronth ; badtnstclri tho mouth: tonguo coated; pain underthe sbouldor-blado : In tho back or sldo often mlstakon for rheumatism; sour BtomaCh, with flatulency and water-brash; Indiges tion; bowels lax hnd costlvo by turns; headache, with dull, heavy sensation: restlessness, with sensation of having left something undone which ought to havo been dono; fullness after eating; bad temper; blues; tired feeling! yellow np peirancoof skin and eyes; dlzzlnoss. etc. Not all, but ulways somo of theso Indi cate want of nqtton of tbo Liver. For A Safe, Reliable Remedy that can do no harm and has never been known to fall to do good Take Simmons Liver Regulator AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOB- Malarla, Bowel Complaints, Dyspepsia, Sick ...

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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. — 25 December 1890

n pr? 'p , ' "' ' !-, vvVr""rv"i515 ; iifJMONwyjsW PWF"".' '''"' $w& D r NKM"-nK,RA1.1 TTTTjLSBORO, O. -THURSDAY, PECEMBfiR 25, 18?CK 3 v 1 , -MirrwfHB'SfTS'lWYSMffr Tff wrtrjr , "WiUd TiJiWJ ' PSJRSR i " ' V . u h't l ' i From Natnre'8 StoreWnse OomeB all the component parts of 8 S. S. There Is no chemical nor anything wliii h comes from the chemist's shop contained in it. ' 8.8. 8. is therefore perfect 1 soft and harmless remedy, yet bo powerful ic it that It has never failed to cure Blood Poison. It alwaB curie Scrofula, if taken before some vital part is bo seriously im paired as to render a cure impossible. It relieves Mercurial Rheumatism, and cures all sorts of Eruption, PimpUs, Blotches, etc., by eliminating the poison from the blood. S. 8. 8. has cured"! hou sands of cases of 8kin Cancer, and many cases of SeirrhuB Cancer It is no experi ment to take 8. 8. 8., Treatise oti Blood and Skin Diseases mfoiled free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, It takes about $100 to buy ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 December 1890

? "A t 7 vHr, ilw" : V Cft JO. aJKTSm ",! -.y 3A ''. r- NEWS-HERALD, HTLLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1800. i ht tmstxnXA ESPECIAL PRICES- Christmas Presents I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 0. W. BABBERE, Proprietor. Honest Goods for Honest Prices. B. DUNLAP, - - Editor. 3$, i ., . a ( I i j; I" N.- 'j ib F 1 , ?T jBBSCBIPTION, JI.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 6A.Trc8 FOB A.rVJHJRTISINa Made Known on Application. DECEMBER 25.' - 1800 T'n nrsti Cyclone Refiublican quotes Gen. Bt as paying: I nm sure of mm tiling, however, and it is Unit tne principle? adopted by the Otao Farniers Alliance will differ widely 'from tho policy of ihn National Farmer-' -Alliance Convention at ita meeting just closed in Oiraln, Fin. The principles of Itie National A'lianoe siw too much of 4he poliry of the southern win? of the Democracy to ever met i with endorse ment in this State The Cleveland LmiUr, besides being an energetic news gatherer, is one of the Nearest and mo! reliable exponents of Kepublictnisui that...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 December 1890

Ol Ill I iff l" Twf Jl"" I X' , -w.v - W1- -3' tfw V "T" , 1 f. I - ' V J. ;v 'YV - NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO,LO.-THtJRSDAY, BfeCEMBER 25, 1890. r V -i ht ljets?!kld OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING DECEMBER 25, - 1R90 Born To Rev. and Mrs E. W. Kin?, a son. Col W. H Glenn was. In Camden, 0., la t week. Miss KBte Lemon is visiting friends in Springfield. Dr. Hurry Spargnr will be at home during holiday week. Dr. W. B. 8milh and Mr. 0. 8. Price were visitors to the city last Wednesday. m Considerable correspondence was left out last week for lack of space. .Miss Mary Brown is visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Barrow, at Painsvllle, Ohio. Mr. Vernon Overman, of Cincinnati, is "pending the holidays with relatives here. Mrs Frank M.Powell, of Chattanooga, is visiting her parents, Dr and Mrs. W S. Patterson. Misses Sara and Sophia Murphy and Mist Dolly Sha were shopping in Cin cinnati last week. Miss Graco Gardner, of Nashville, Tenn., is the guest of her parents, Judge and Mrs G. B Gardt cr. Ev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 December 1890

?twwtjS3 :imi t ' ( rm . G 'v ' '" P 6 .,., ES-JHER ALP, JglLLSBOBQnTlIpRSDAY, DECEMBER 25.1890. w IJ If 'K :u VI r J i. tC Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under thli Head at loUews: l lpcd,peryer . iiliirh, per vr ..... C nti hurvur ............. ..:.....-..o o Ten tnofthUtypemRkel Inch w vn a ft: V TOIT-Qf IN. ttornoy and Oonnsellbrat'Law UDIENFIEUJ, UJUU... Omci-Up stulrs, In SmartV Block. 1 1 A. UUSS, PHYSICIAN and SURG-EON, Hillhuobo, Onto. Office No 36 West Min street, over Me Gnlre's tobacc furUirr. H. COLLINS, -, UiLLSBono, Onto. A Notary Public In the Office. ' Office-Booui N'ix. 1 una 2 Smith Block, corner Main mid UlRh t-troetn. tr T. GKEUHKK, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Office No H Stratus UiiUflina. Claims for Pensions Promptly Attended TOt T.P.VANOB. . Hl T. HIBK. TTANCE HICB, Jv.TTOiwsrE's-e a.x riA."w-, Hillsuoko, Ohio OFKicr.-BtrHUBM BulMlng. a. M. BBOWK, W. W. GLENN. B BOWS & OLKNN. Physicians and Surgeons, Hnxsnono, unio. COK60LTINO ItOBBS H. M Kn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 December 1890

Pjl'i ""! 'VVT,.,fi ??- .1 J w i i v L"". vwr f rf -W 11 V, , 5.(to ' fr.. -it 7- r v NJEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO; O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25 1890. tctch of Martin Bounty. own citizens, who Is find reliable. F ADVANTAGES. ly offer to the homo-seeker, ftlist, and to those in search Iho best inducement of any Texas. The soil, the water Rate ennnnt be excelled ; and re nil offered at fiich low figures rerjone may purchase a homo and le independent. 'do not advocate tho acquisition of ley for money's sake, but with Sert Burns we say : " 'TIs not to hide It iu a faedge, Or havo a train dependent ; But to enjny the privilego Of being Independent." These are the sentiments .with which ye" urge tho people in the crowded East, "and the blizzard bitten Northwest to 1 come to our genial and productive clime, and enpogo in the acquisition of that bommodity which will make them in- Idi pendent, and enable them to leuve a Dnipetency to tneir children ; nnu wo EBure everyone these results can be no ipli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 December 1890

Br . . . WW' v II' If !JWJ. - t- -J ,usiu lit, ' ! 'tft -1 11 ". Vrf" Vttl i v.Jv V?1 9 V . NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOBO, O. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25 IRfK). 1 '. If ' ' s n F M ! r i f i ft i k 5 7, ijf s I 3 ;" ?r , IV lir 1.1' W. l - 1 I' M i It h lalllMlTOM LEIi'EK. Pn m nnr fiRtilar correponrtnt Washington, D. 0., D.c 10, 1890. Mr HmriMin has, this week, demon strtmil in it greater extent than ever before tho wisdom of tlui Republican pHrty in electing him President. He Bti,it I), iwM'ti the people and a hundred ild eat flimnciul schemes which promis ed i'ii i In ir lme relief to the utringent uioiuv murket, and which each had their anient and earnest advocates In House ur Senate, the enactment into a la v n( anv one of which would, in the 0niiiiii of men who hnve made a lile time riimh of finance and commerce, him linn ftllowed in the near future by Mich a Huamial storm an this country hai nevtrjet tuen. Mr. Hamsun before making up his mind upon this important suliject, hud taken the ad...

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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. — 1 January 1891

WW - i S V"""1H nW"w B '",( m:y ;r' ;'ia . , ftliJK ate jl-"v - - ,. A-irLV- VjMlT bi ji L4 J.Wp'jS' ' 4 " ; ' a ' "- 'IiWwii ij.rf',"' W'.Sr x v i"ar ,. . ,- ii NEW-HERALD. M Vi.,l J J7-"" -" I ft '.. MT - il. wk W1 iu . liemlfW sr -T . ,1 . iMTi . w a iM'ni .W. -. Viuriv.. 4 Butered at PoKee. Hillsboro. hhjLsboro, highland go., o., Thursday, January i, i89i. VOL 53 MO. 36 BLIriCU tmoit Ohio, as sscoad-olass matter.' r , - .fJJ ,., j w d MfWmwmmmmsm&m nri"w J w " " -ik: i." T, r H H" I wsr" m n - 'sassM. H asH assm v - , . ' -it" ) THE'U. Oj P'S' DUTY. Ii ' " M, ' h Talk by the Brilliant Paragraph- ' tp ht Ihn tfnvAlnnd World. Ifo thief e'er felt the halter draw With' good opinion of the law. iThe fnroro that is being raised just nt .by Democratic newspapers about t ii J LLa Villi knn o fannrlat Inn ,BO CUUCU UW M". unu ....-.... rejtor that Is notundcrstood by every- le Democratic party has held power jit. country for many, many years on Basis of fraud. ,deaires to retain that...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 January 1891

urj M5py--if v ' stir m" T , J3 ?.-n " o. MURSPAV, VTT-TY 1.1890. r?, ' - t .)(. v i ' '.: u f . i -" l i 5 if I I r $ I $ i T Ift A' m i'f. & , . A i fZ t? THE Kl GDOM DIVIDED. International Snmln .rhool Leuon .Tnnunry 4. 1801. LKMOKTFXT 1 Kings 1JS1-17. OOI.OEN Text Prldo goeth before destruo Won, and a haughty spirit before a full Pror, 18:19. Time B. C. 97S, Immediately nftor the death of Solomon. Place The coronation assombly was held at Shcchcm, between mounts Ebal and Qoriztm, then the metropolis of the tribe of Kphralm. PAItAUEL, ACCOUNT - 8 Ohron. 10. Helps ovr.it Hard Places 1, "To make him King." It was not for the purpose of re volt th;U the company had assembled, but to crown a new King, tlio son of Solom n and his natural successor. 2. "Jeroboam." Ho was a youm Kphratmlte, that Solomon had made chief of tho forced labor, from the tribes of Ephralm and Mnnassch. "Who was yet In Egypt." TLe prophot Ahljah had foretold that ho should bo Solomon's successi r over ten t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 January 1891

, 'vi' &" p'tprr TPP&vrT!S?Mr "? W-1 v V, '- 7 f c r . " 'u c NT5VS-HEHATili4 nTLL.SHORO, ( Vt. 4. Tl 1 v AJ W ,RY 1, 1 800, V" - . """flf"" "TV " - fit ' ;' w SDR Jfl LME R'Jsaw Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure. The Great Specific for "Bright' dlaenas," nrlanry troubles, kidney dinenltlen, and Impure blood. IP TOO have sediment to urine like brick dust, f requont calls or retentions IP VOV have gravel, catarrh of the bladder, excessive desire, dribbling or stoppage of urlno. IF YOU have torpid liver, malaria, dropsy, fever, and ague, gall stone, o? gout: IF YOU feel irritable, rheumatic, stitch in the back, tired or sleepless and all unstrung; SWAitlP-ROOT builds up quickly a run down constitution, and makes the weak strong. Oaaraatee- Um contents of One Bottle, It you are not benefited. Druggtet will refund to youths prlcepald, -It Drag-gists, fiOc. Size, $1.00 Size. liiTlld' Guide to Health" tent free-Consultation tree Dr Kilmer & Co., Blngbamton, N. Y. There is Only On...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 January 1891

rasjrWHUjps: ' ' wfVf' ' ?$ &t ' ,"'' '1 . FT1 iiJ Jt.U-V'.'-f1 fc-w,. V 4K V , :, NEWS-HERALD, mliLSBORO, O, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1891. M ft .1. v tt I a. K rrf rc : TW, T r? :ii s: kW rw w Jr ? & (V? P f 5, V Ri i& RECREATION FOB WOMEN. Wfcw the ladles of London Take Outdoor ExercUe. ,Tho prominent placo whtoh women mvo suddenly takon for themselves in asfl forms of healthy outdoor exorcise U as; Such recent growth that it has not had time to form itsolf into clubs lft associations. Wo In London, says b Times of that city, have not yet Mfen women ablo to form coteries and 'ladies' luncheons," as tho sex is said to do in New York and lloston, Into which intrusive malo foot may onter- f hatovcr thoy may do across tho Atlan- it Is certain that tho fair Yankoo, itor docs not hero show such aggross-i pe femininity, and 1j glad enough to( ako hor pleasure In company with, tipised man when the man is English! form of recreation, to a woll-born glish woman, can of courso compa...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 January 1891

SVJPIWH Y f !V ?" "TKM 5TM,2:WfS!F3R... F", WiT, "Vf -fT ' " ' NBWS-HERAIiD, tniLSBORO, O. THtmStiATi JANUARY 1, iHtf'l. fa' '' YlPW"f''mff!'l!'mfrw?i Br r f tf K I ! yn m J M em J i1 I C;.j.:5&! iEf! a. iPV v p !. Mi .. T- '". Xfte Ht-PetaMi OFFICE IN fOST-OFFICE BUILDING JANUARY 1, 1891 v Mnk'L. B. Boyd and children are vis jIUbk friends in Mlddtetown. Col. and Mrs. Barrere are in Chilli f cothe attending the Britton trial. r Miss Jean Telfair, of Wilmington, is pending the holidays with her parents. Prof. E. E. Richards, of Washington 0. H. is spending the week with friends in Hillsboro. Mr. Jas. Buntain, in renewing for the News-Herald, says he has not missed a number since its foundation in 1837. J.I you haven't time to go calling on Hew Year's Day, you can meet every body you ever knew at Armory Hall in the evening. Mrs. Benj. Pryor fell upon the Ice last Saturday and is differing from a disloca tion of the hip.' The ladies of the Relief Corps will have charge of things Th...

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. — 1 January 1891

) V-" y. r - V. - v B-. R- It If? IV I rv? U.1T 'ft i.r k 7X r l ' ' 1 ''2 f i , 6 Professional Cards. fords Inserted uns.r thli Head m follows: aon, peryear....... ..ww a luoh, peryear v .... J . 110 non n"'?r.":tT:v"-riT;-iw-i tS.iT. lenunraoi iui'ii .....-. T FRANK WILSON torney and Counsellor at Law, Qbkknfikli), Oiuo. ' OmcK Up stslr, in HinnrtV Block. T A. UUSsi, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Uiixswjno. Onto. Officb-Ko 30 Woet Main street, over Mc Gwire' tobaoco factory. fi u. collins, ' ATTOBIir'EJY -eVT Ij-A-W Uillsikiho. Onio. A Notary Public In the Office. Orncr.-ltoomi No 1 -il 2 Bralth Blook, owner Haiti ami High Mreets. TfT- T. GttKCHKH, Notary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Office No 8 Htraum Bnil'lin. Claims for Petition Promptly Attended To. P.VANOB. JOUST. HIRE. TANCK DIM, ATTORNEYS -A.X LAW, HILISBOUO, OHIO OrriCB-BtraiiHs Bullilinii. a. . HKOWK. W. W. OLBNIf. pillUV.S GLKSX. Physicians and Surgeons, IliLLaBono, Onto. OONSULTINO nOUBS Rio 9 a u 7 to 8 a iu. inula m. 10 to...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 January 1891

av " fj- "(p- if 4FfnW" n it Tn py W r-j?' fr,ifir ' "mr" " vm$w ' SW',' v "r " 4" e" r t miftr t It tf ffcn r W-t for See for yourself how 5 Blan kets wear and other makes tear. FtiEE Get from your denier free, the $4 tlook. It hat lmmtboinu pictures nnd valuable information about horses. Tvto or three dollars lor a 5a Horse Blanket will umke your liurso worth more 1l and eat less to keep waint. 5A Five Mile 5A Boss stable KA Flonfrr-ip Ask fbr ( 5A Extra Test 30 'other styles nt prices to suit every body. If you can't get them from your dealer, write us. ARE THE STRONGEST NONE GENUINE WITHOUTTHfeVil!nr;f ManuTd by Wh. Aykes & ?ous, Phllacis make the famous Horse Brawl nni r ijii n b.. This paper 1 kept on Hie at the oflce of YERSOK DVERTISINq Gb'NTS BUILDING &$ PHlUPaPHlA. CCTIMATCC ForlEWRMTEl IDYEtTMtie cpct COl IMA I CO at Lowest Cash Rates rlttt 8U??oV AYER & SON'S MANUIU DRUNKENNESS LIQUOR HABIT la 11 the World there Is but one -care, Dr, Haines' Uoldon Specific. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 January 1891

p-WTttWi i if I V5 - ' 4f-v J '"v,A AVW v ;' i. f r o ' ' " i i 8 NEWS-HEFAIil), HILESBOBO; O-tTHFjRS DAY." JANUARY T. 1891 k:n i' . I ft k . Wi ; a J L SWEET VIOLETS. (They Bar Alnnyi neeil Ar 80 Btllt. Popular and Violets In ovory sbado and almost (every shape are bolntf worn on ovory locoaslon. Never boforo has this swoot kittle flower boon such a favorlto. It Is worn In tho .morning, In tho af tornoon and at night, In tho button holo of tho 'riding habit and on tho corsage of tho 'ball dress; it surrounds long court trains In thick garlands, It cnclrolos 'white throats and adorns dark and fair hair. What blossom, says tho Now York Trlbuno, can -oyer ondcar Itself to 'women as this modest, fragrant lit jtlo ono does, this flower of legend, which, if tradition Is to bo bellovcd, was nnce a damsol sweet and lovely? Tho 'violet was long, long ago Ian tho, a ifavorito nymph of Artemis. 'Apollo fell in lovo with her, and tho goddess, wish jlng to protect hor from tho god's pur suit, d...

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. — 8 January 1891

'W'rT.pww s .w ,'"1' " fll'W " v 'A , tf rv V? : THE NEWS-HERALD. ji ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered al PontMifiloe, UIDki oro, Ohio, an Korond-olBHii ranttrr. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. VOL. 53 NO. 37 J'' 1 i I M . IfcT 1ST TJ .A. BBPOiBT or ivrB COMMISSIONERS of HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, For the Year Eniing August 31st, A. D. 1890. i the Honorable Ceart ofOwaon Pleaa, Highland Coanty, Ohio: The Board of County Commissioners for Blithlatt'l County. Oblo. herewith sub I nit their annual reoort for ibe year endlnu Anaust 81st. 1890. In accordance with Ike provisions ot Section 917 ol the Revised Statutes ot Oblo for 1880 : i Valuation and Aatoaat ot Tax Aaaeaaed la Each Township aad Cerperatlea mr us. Townsblns and Corporations. Tax Valuation. iBrashereek , $641,672 I Clay , 436, .181 iconeora aiv but Dedson i 604,026 Lvnohburi Cornoration ; 361.X44 rVairneld .". 1,366.927 Hew 'Lexington Corporation .fl!..' 94 046 Oieesburg Corporation , 178,367 xtamer .. 9v,uif i...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 January 1891

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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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