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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 January 1891

ippfi J frtr yi- i "eMa ' '.J'vflS V O' v TiTEWa-HERALD. TTTLIrWOnM Y 80 1. 1 1 hi f B P m r. $a Ste iivt T" " ' fel: Iti W l BM M" 'SWB-JV BBBBJ ii'i a w m 1Cjdny Liver and Bladder Cure. me reat Speelfle for "Brlght's diaase, ariaarr troubles, kidney dll eauiea, and Impqre blood. fM9 TOU hare sediment, in urine like brick IV "YntT Kan ia1 aataaA aUmV1mii1b mtMinnuuvniu wr ivwauuiii ' ? excessive desire, dribbling or stoppage of urine! IV TAD liava tntitil Uvor malaria, dronar. l ( fever and a-ue,fflf stone, or .-cut: k'--,t I IF YH feel Irritable, rhmimatlo. ittiirh In the . v. back, tired or sleepless and all unstjun;. lWa08T builds up qufckjf 'mn 4awa,onatytution, and makeatbe wfeaknronr. ltjt Dn contents et On Bottle, u m in net tatfal1twMr.foyaBrteM.; ' Atltorngglste, Sok.' Slie, tl.ebsize. 'Urrallay Onto ia Health" Mat rrw-Oounaattoa free Dr, Kilmer ft Co., Blngbamtoa; K.' Yi t 2 2 i ,r f K f6Qii J ibi MrmadtbyiohaR a.'J flAArlutll I n.. Itarl.rk fnr III ItMltaW. you tin J not...

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. — 8 January 1891

W. rjo' ' n J)' fc lV rtjo "" if t, NEWS-HERALD, HiLtsSBOftQ, O. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1801. f sw TV I J'J ltf IV, rw i ? ;', fer r II.' IV tv - .1. 5Eltje mtxiA& PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 3B f0. W. BABREEE, Proprietor. B. DUNLAP, - - Editor. aJ9SCRIPT10N, SI.SO A YEAR IN AOVANCE. IA.TK8 FOB AX)VBJBTIsrN'a Made Known on Application. JANUARY 8, . 1891 We understand that the School Ex aminers will come out next week with 4n explanation which will throw a very 4'flVrent light upon that part of 'the re yort which reflects upon them. The examiners of the Commissioners' 4eport have spoken out in meeting, here will probably be echoes for sev eral weeks to come. Whether or not fjhey are able to sustain every point they fcave made, their report contains timely Suggestions and they are to be commend d foi their plain-spoken words. Many Republicans will secretly re joice that the election bill has been laid way in its little' bed. The bill was sight, fair and Just, yet the most .tptiguine mu...

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. — 8 January 1891

. 11 Af&rr"' ' & i 4? &teWS-HERAL,D, HILLSBORO, O.--TOTSdIy, JATtATRY 8 1 H91. 4 r . '& ,?. & fi -r I t Lv b 1 VI I v OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE pUlLDINQ JANUARY 8. - 1801 Ulrtc Sloane, Eq., was a visitor In town Tuesday. Mr J W. Cox and son, of Leesburg, were callers at this office Tuesday. The Greystone Clnb was entertained on Tuesday evening by Mrs L. B. Boyd. Miss Etta Hoyt lelt thia week to enter the Ohio Wesleyan University at Dela ware. ' Miss SaIHe Bowles, after a short visit with her parents, has returned to Cin cinnati . c Benj Conard and wife leayo this week for Leeshnrg.Fla.', wtjere they wfaspend the winter. m 1 1 Mr. J. H. Smalleyrot Greenfield, is in town as the representative of Hockett Bros , the music dealers. Miss (Tracy Trimble gave a tea and card party last Saturday afternoon to a number of yonng lady friends. Miss Helen HUliard. of Peoria; 111.,1 and Mr, Mattox, of Walnut Hills, were' .the guestaof Mrt.E. Cummings last week; The College students ...

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. — 8 January 1891

'YWK'r v' 'W"Ji V AlM4iWWWiO('',(MLltK73 !.. ' ' . " 1 ' " 'H -! - 1 - " 'I '1 5RT I ?7J Fff I' i 4 . NEWSrHRAXP,, ITOhSJSOBQ,- O.-ttTOPBSJPA?;,; JANUAR-KJW1,91, ft ir if B. -.. B & & t? I e m i f k iv i j' L r v 134 fe '.'?' 9 K $ Professional Cards. 4rlt lntri Unr Uli Hat m IoMowi: ? nett, per year.... ..110 .. 6 .. 8 ncn. per rear.. nob nor year, ren UtiMOT tblstype makel Inch. i FRANK WIUOK) torney and Counsellor at Law, Omox Vrihin, lp Smart's Blook. J a. Ktras; HYSIOIAN and SURGEON, BiusBoao, Ohio. Offiok-'No. 86 Wetf M-ln' street, over Mo 3folr'n tobuoo factory. 1 H. cowuwp,, HnxDBoxo, Omo. A Notary PubHc In the Office. Omci-Boomi Nos. 1 and 2 Bmltli Blook, usjwuer Main KDd High streets. -IT; T. aBKOBBB, JMary Public and Abstractor of Deeds OrnoE No. 8 Striata Building. 'KUlms for Pension. Promptly Attended To. sat r. vahoi. JOHN T. HIRH. 1 4TANOB BIBS, HXLLBBOBO, OHIO. Office Btrauss BalldlnE. x.a.w. s K BUOWrl. -fytloWN QUINM, , W. OU-NN. Physicians and Surgeons, r ...

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. — 8 January 1891

- ' .wwf&frr rf"naK? 'g'fptrt I J& 1 1 ' 'VI V '-1 If I v ? ? .'- y wft ffitMrag tfaMattay. i9Dfifiitt8iisAAl'ttW.- Vi. j Jt3 va Vyi- o .T'J g.wn WK-li il E l Id J Mi lr rf h h- ?u A , ' 'If pop had blanketed vou in the stable you would be fat, too." Jff Get from your dealer free, the V "K. It has handsome pictures and valuable information about horses. Two or three dollars for a 5a Horso Blanket mil make your horse worth more and eat less to keep warm, " 5A Five Mile 5A Boss Stable 5A Electric 5A Extra Teit Ask for ttft ftlTlAF efvloa nf nrti-oa In antf srafAM. body. If yon can't get them from your dealer, write us. BLANKETS A& THE STRONGEST. NONE GENUINE WITrtOUTTHs!ry, nerl Manure by W. Arties fi.SoNs. rhii i . ma.io the famous HOrse Brand tt ! s ihrpaner ts kept on We at the eflce of YERSOH DVERTISlNq (jt;NTS BUILDING gK3l PHIUDEIPHIA. SAWftYER & SON'S HMUJU i i I I i. t A it Vm T DRUNKENNESS T.IQTJOR all tne world tliero i hut: on eon. r Dr. Unities' Uolden Spec...

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. — 8 January 1891

SC2ZLS355-? .VJlvpfSXri . ..in -mi W 1 Tl - ," 03 NETS-HERAXiP, HtLLSBQOt THIJRgDAY JANUARY 8,1891. 8 !V(. l w S U It 1 3 4 & I I -Hi 1 i .3 V Mid Conrt within and for said ctmnty, and that said foreffolDR oopy has ibecn compared by ma with the origin! entry and said Jnnrnal, and that the asm Is a oorreet tratiecript thereof. . i TiQtwnn ffitintnt. I do hmto snhscribe mr name offiolallr and aflat the i seal r at of t.ald Oonrt. a the Court House November, A. D. 1890. Report of Committee. To tho Honorable Henry M. Hugging, Judge of the Common Flens Conrt, Highland County, Ohio: The committee appointed bj your Oonnr to examine the annnal report of the Commission ers of Highland coontv, Ohio, for the flccal year coding AtiRU-t Slat, A D. 1890 filed with the Olerh of the Common Plena Conrt, b required by etalute, Btptember 6th, A. D. 1890, report as follOHBi ii.nmnni, T.rr,lnHnn liaa tieen made bv us of the reDort. tosether with the billo. Tincln-m. irdimaiid i titties from wliiih i...

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. — 15 January 1891

j ?r j-,iren53?prw' 8?lfHfe,i yv ry' &"3?$p . ' f 'pV';, ( $ r 4 43 - V i M . . NEWS-HERALD. v &-? HLLLS30RO, HIGHLAND! CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1891. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-offloe, llllitM,ro,c Ohlo, u anrond-olaas mxtter VOL. 53--N 38 d: J. . ,; j," t - , . iij .1 v" 1 rllw' 4 J u rv THE SECOND DEGREE. The Verdict in the Brttton Case. Extracts ft om the Decision Rendered by Jwlge Pagtvat Chllllcethe On last Friday morning the counsel on both sides' in the Britton cam again assembled in (he court "room at Chilli' cothe to hear the opinion of Judge Fugh. The room was packed, and the verdict was awaited with the most in tense interest, as owing to the Jftcnliar mannerin w hich the caseiwas tried the opinion wilt probably b'e bl 'great im portance' as a precedent in future, de cisions. It is spoken of by lawyers as a very able and" learned opinion. Daring the reading Britton) gave 'no manifeata-. tion of feeling, preserving' the Bame" in difference which has m...

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. — 15 January 1891

WmT- o 7 I "5 1 y f- 'TXSU ;V 1fvf tim i?STAY. TA3STTTABY 15. 1891. NEW-TT ' 1 few K h I it- I lu l& I in. ir I'' l-t - & jV A f 5y 6' i . .-.. ft? GRADUATED AT EIGHTY-FOUR. , Yale Confers n DeRree on a Member of the ('limn or 1830. Ynle University has Just ounfi-rtril the degree of A li upon I)ouglu I'ut sum of Ohio, a gentleuitu eighty (our jMrs of ugo Ills sheepskin is inuile retroactive In effect, bo Unit the new fledged baehelor of arts becomes u mem J ber of the class of 182(1. which priii hutt ed sixty-four years ago There were lutely but sbt survivors of that class, now the number Is Increased to seven The recruit, who. by the way Is cer tainly in one Mjnse an "old bachelor" -is y grandson of the General Israel I'M 11.1m. whohe heroic deeds formed one of the most interesting chapters in revolu tionary ! ,tory it sectiib, says the New York Press, that Douglas Putnam was one of the two ' -itlicrs who rode from Ohio to New i.ven, Conn., on horseback in I8JJ nnd entered ...

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. — 15 January 1891

I & i -v?' wpwvr l'7p"-'W ff t,f S" TV riiSf J1 i TFiWS.-nFJMT,r TTTU.SBOKO O TWU" 15 fMOl 3 1 fi l n ir ORKILMER'S stop hbtst Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure, The Great Specific for "ttrlsrhi's uhpc, nnairy ironDieii manej dlrHcultlea, ana Impure blood. IF Voir havo sediment In urine like brick dust, frequent call or .retention; IF VOlf havo gravel, catarrh of the bladder, excessive desire, drlbblinir or stoppage of urine. IF If OU have torpid liver, malaria, drops?, fever and ague, gall atone, or gout: IF TO V feel irritable, rheumatic, stitch In the back.' tired or steeples and all unstrung; IW&KP.ROOT builds upqnioklr a run owp constitution,' and make tbe weak strong. tJaraatV Us eoatsat of On Bottle, If you h, nol tenanted, TJraxsHS wBl reread So yea the Me pall. At pra-g1t, 56e. Btze,'f l.eo Slxe. 'MiTauWOaldsto HeUOi" mit.fr-ConsalUtlon tn Sn Kilmer Co.Blngbamton, N. Y. i ... 9600. 00 a y-ar U balnf mad. bj Joha R Goodwin, I rur,N Y ,t viorhrftjr.a. Keador, yo ntmy not...

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. — 15 January 1891

BMjsncmi iff1 NEWS-HERALD, HlLLSBOBQ; Q. THURSDAY, JANTJARYf 15, 18$)1. 3 ' IK Is I m r f Iff f- ft, I '6 i s IJ . k gh fUtttelUitl.iL the face as an index. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BAERERE, Proprietor. Influenoo of the Emotions on Its Appoaranoo. A. B. DUNLAP, Editor. Brave Men Sometime Torn Pale In the Face of Dancer as Well as Cowards Views of Learned Individuals on the Subject. timCRIPTION, SI.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ratrs roB ajdvbhitising Made Known on Application. JANUARY 15. 1891 1" mii interview with members of the Boar.1 of School Examiners they stated tmt they did not consider the charge by the examiners of the Commissioner' r port worthy of a reply. In regard to the matter of expense they state that the -Tpenditqres last year were greater than formerlv on acconnt of purchasing sup- Ihh which would last for a number of nable sources. That orly cowards turn polo and tremble In the face of danger Is ono of the popular fallacies that unthinking people cling to with all...

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. — 15 January 1891

yimrmw 'l S4? " m""1'' H r' " ti '-ti NEWS-HERALD, HILtSBOIlO, O.TfaURSDAfr, JANUARY 15, 1811. ''" 'rmm9Tv 'A J eLvrWT hwn , & ' i i gfct lUwwlletiiW. OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING JANUARY 16. 1801 Tho village of Be fast is undergoing an -epidemic of chicken pox. m Mr. John Quinn, of Bainbridge, was in town on business Monday. 2 J. J. Harris, of Highland, has been awarded a patent on a device for hold ing horsea. "And so they grew together, like nnto a double cherry." Fred McOlure and Will HieBtand. Miss Josie Barrere.of Hillsboro, is the guest of Dr. W Mrs. VanWlnkle. Blanchetter Star. m Miss .-Edna Bhaw has spent the last ten days as the guest of her aunt,. Mrs. Wm, B. Eaklna ' 'Miss. Hettie Duvall gave' a pleasant Uddjed wmka party Tuesday evening to. a select number of friends. , , m Mr. Ed. Waller returned on Friday from Kansas, bringing with him his brother, Tom, who lain poor health. 1. Mr. John Lemlie, for some time with; Z. Erdmann & Bon, has gone to spend a few we...

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. — 15 January 1891

fcwr; ' 0 y-ij ti" f ?55T' 'f-$niSjSKTT.jf. -1?i',i(?ft,vrti 'R'",'W(f5 tn 13 ItSSV B r fi l ' II -MK uissional Oards "rt d Undei lhit,Heat a follows: -,r - 5 xor - ' if Ihlntvi' " ' K WILSON, iru- y and Counsellor nt Law, (tllfKNnHJ', OHIO I . I pttHlt", til -Hill'' BllM I IYS.CIAN and 8URGU3N, IllLLSDOBO. OutO. ,ur 30 Went M'.iii "in . r Mo- 11 .(! factor). ' J H COLLINS, UlI.LBBi'RO. OHIO. A Notary Public in the Office. -it.i. iloimn- N.ii- I i.rt 2 Suit' "Ck. .ii and High htrvrtH. ft It' T. C.ttKUHElt, N.tt ry Public and Abstractor of Deeds MCh Ni 8 Strnni-s Hull linn C.iKirns for Pensions Promptly Attended To. fc p VANOK. PH1" ' ,iIBB' -yr tMiL HIBK, A X'TOaNEYS AT I--a W, HlLLSBORO, OHIO inriri'-aimuwi HullUlna. i HlilH v OLKNNi Paysiotans and Surgeons, Hiixhbobo, Onio. CONSULTING nOUBS H Hi.WS. W W Glenn u , 7 to 8 in. t . ' iiU m. 10 to 12 k m t t n in. 3 to 6 p m - , H ,i m. 6 to 7 p nt. et.e if- n Sunday from 3 to 4 i. m uly. t'lOh- S. 17 North High Street, Hibben Jl n Ki ...

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. — 15 January 1891

r i).9- f -nr "wv l"1,,r'- 7 ? Km&wtirmw NEW8-W ERALD TttLLSBORO, Q.r TJBLtlBSbA. OfAHTOl&RY 15. XSiJly 7 "!? FjffiFr " vf-wi " ' o v llli -kJ m ffU lk 1r9a'JVssssssB.sssl "Boss wouldn't blanket him in the stable. Said it wasn't no use." FREEQet from your dealer free, tho Ya Dook. It has handsomo pictures and valuablo information about horses. Two or three dollars for a Sa Horso Blanket will mako your horse worth more and cat less to keep warm. 5A Five Mile 5A Boss Stable 5A Electric 5A Extra Test Ask for 30 other styles at prices to salt every body. If you can't get them from your dealer, write us. ABE THE STRONGEST. NONE GENUINEWITHOUTTHE'6'A LABEL Maiiurd by Wu. Avrks & Sons Phllnrti. who taako tho fatnoui Horse Brand Baker nt inkets. This paper Is kept an Me at the office of iYERoSOK ADVERTISING GENTS B BUILDING1 ggglg ?UMMWk ESTIMATESKK.?5irRnaS?S FREf Bl??-AYER& SON'S MANUJU DItrjNKENNESS LIQUOR HABIT In all the World there is but one cure, Ir. Haines Golden Sp...

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. — 15 January 1891

"wrpi . 'iimrfi 'w1,rflMp'wwt?,' Sp? o r: 'tv NEWHERALDf,HIIiLSBOBQvQ.rT-THURfiJDAT, JANUABY-15. 1891. w5 8 fa w UB ir j? Bi ' KK KC l ie -J rr t ir " it I VV M I I- 1 1 ti . k& "lv i I 'Hi! !? ive I'M I "4 "? M lV TONDOW-PANE SMASHE& Various "Ways In Whloh the Gloss Is Broken. Drunken Men, Street Arabs, Awkward Dudes nml Unsophisticated Country men l'lay Havoc with Kxpen sire Lights. The fact that Insurances agencies are being started in all the larger cities for the purposo of indemnifying owners of window glasses In case of nceidcntal breakage, caused an interesting In vestigation as to the proportionate number of glasses brolcen during the year, and the causes usually assigned for tho smash-up. Animals and men. women and children all assbt In caus ing the organization of this novel branch of business, but tho encourage ment which the'abovo mentioned give to 'the enterprise sinks into insignifi cance when compared with tho whole sale breakage caused by drunken Indi vidual...

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. — 22 January 1891

f "3 tf-1- - it- W -if ', A'" V . T J W j' "-, v f r &" & V. aW U Jtf Vt' m; v u:i NEWS-HERALD. ' i p i m f ESTABLISHED 1837. K'llureUrtl Post-olIUe, lllnsiuro, OIllO, M Bprnlid-clHRB millir HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND 'CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. VOL. 53 NO. 3fr fTWW' - r-. N, JrV A A ( the FAHHi:us-isinim:. The Objects ami Alms of tli SncMy. i a. paper read at the meeting of lb RMnsboro Institute January 10th by J. I. TaRRsrt, and published by request of the member The Jaw under which we "have organ ized provides that "when twenty or , J more persons, residents of any county in the 8tate, organize themselves into a socU-ty to he called Farmers' Institute, 1 for the purpose of teaching better methods of farming, stock raising, fruit culture and all branches of business con aected with the industry of agriculture, and adopt a constitution and by-laws agreeable to rules and regulations fur nished by the 8tate Board of Agriculture, and when such society shall havo elect ed pr...

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. — 22 January 1891

fcyrii y t , , ,tu yt. lU TSSteSSiSSSj .fAil , T.' V - Tf C '" A tU- t a r v V NWWS-U II'LLSBO '?ST)ATt rANFnY2'2 ,1R1.. J ' & ' I' lit i. Ill m n r.". k ?- i i l-i b Wt .Js I t WHEN NAMES BEGAN. Row Some of Oar Ancestor Received I Their Patronymics. Slnglo names were most common a! thousand years ago, savs the Davenport. Democrat-Gazette. As Is the case with) our Bucks anil Brights In tho oicn line, J our Dans and Jerrys In tho horbc-jbtalls, . or our Jip and Tlgo In the lnncls, bo, then it wnj with man nnd u-omitn klntlj a single name was all-sufllclunt. In the time of Kiii Henry 1., nbont eight) hundred y tiara ago, double iu mes be came rather fashionable so much ho that ltoLcrti I1I3 natural son, objected to nu it injj the wealthy hclrcs.! of ti pow er ul loul because she had but a binlo name 1'roin this time on tho fashion clumped, and in the time pf Edvrmd I. nn act of Parliament rendered it oblig atory to tilco on the double name thov family name, or two names of some so...

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. — 22 January 1891

wi '.fiqmf THfr :' , " 'm$&??hr ',;r ' r I i til ? u t DR.KlLMCR'S. V gwp reseT oo Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure. The Great Specific for "Brlphl's dlsnc, nrlnary troubles) kidney dlfBcaltleii, and Impure blood. IP YOU have sediment In urino, like brick dust, frequent calls or retention; IP YOU havo gravel, catarrh of the bladder, excessive desire, dribbling or stoppage ol urlpe. IP YOtT have torbld liver, malaria, dropsy, fever and ague, gall atone, or gout: IF YOU feel irritable.- rheumatic, (titch In the bock, tired or steeples and all unstrung; SWAIWP-ROOT builds up qulckljrc run down constitution, and makes the weak Strang. Gomrsatee. Cm contents of One Bottle, If ran an not fcaneflted, Dra(tlMwlllrfaiayviitkcrle(tiL At DranUU, SOe.Slse, tl.etXMze. -tnralld' Guide to Health" Mat fru OoasaHSUon free Dr. Kilmer & Co., ffingbamton, V. Y. Sf 0ftO.(ui a fbt i.'lMlnf mada by John It. Goodwin,'! roy.K.Y.,! work fbr Ma. K.ad.r, you may mil in.kt m much, but wo con tMch ouiHlckl...

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. — 22 January 1891

TTWP"VS!KW v y'T " "a f .3 TOF!!r , jw.iw. i 0 4 NFWS-HERAT,T), HTLLSBOKO, O. THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1801. Iw w liM h: .. "f 1 8' a , V ' if f r J ; f l & df. te Hi f 5 ,A r. ;' r r. r ,r .m -y" ' k 9twsltacUU 1' PUSHED EVERY THURSDAY '-E0. W. BAKRERE, Proprietor. -.. j. B DUNI.AP, - - Editor. j- - 4jwchiption,i.so a year in aovance. j. :-' , jftA-TFlS FOR ADVEBIflSING Mle Known on Application. JANUARY 22, 1801 " George Bancroft, tho historian, died at iif imrne in Washington City last Sat--jrdav t the ago of 91. His history of fm United 8tates is the highest author ,;ry on the subject and is one of the most Complete and volumous works of the 'It nd ever written. Bancroft was at one itne in politics and' was a member of Tolk's Cabinet. The greater part of his ife wh employed upon his history, and is ureat age indicates that literary work In conducive to longevity. Major McKinley has promised to at (end the Qhio Republican League Ban- J net at Toledo on Lincoln's birthday, lany ot...

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. — 22 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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 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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