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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 January 1891

' u - j t & X u V "S VEWS-1TRRALD, TTILLSBORQ, O. mUBSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1891. j h iii. Iff, W i- Cexpress stables") " Work horses iri tho city are worth three times as much ns country horses became we ' blanket tlrcm in the stable." ? FREE&et from (your dealer free, tho Ya Book. It has hnndsomo pictuies and valuablo information about horses. Two or thrco dollars for a 5a Horso A Blanket will raako your horso worth more 'and eat less to keep warm. ( 5A Five Mile f. , . ) aA boss diaoio y $k for 5A Electric ( 5A Extra Test ' , 30 other styles at prices to suit every body. If you can't get them from your dealer, write us. ' fiHE THE STRONGEST. NO'lT. GENUINE WITHOUT THE B'A LAPEL MnniUM m WM.AYtlrS PON I'hllaiKf v -make )in famous Hors-; llnurt nil -r t- T Tlils jmpcr ! kept on Mo at tlie office of YERSOK s DVERTISINq UJiJMXS BUILDING HffiflK PHUAOEIPHIA. KTIUATK Fwreirwirei lOTEtnmo ener tollmAICO at Lowest Cah Rate rntt teSift-VflVER SOU'S MANUJU DBUNKENNE8S LIQTJOR HABIT la a...

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. — 22 January 1891

V'lv i u f fc i'l I L . .. . O 1 8 NEWS-HERAMX TTtLLSBOTCCVO. TTTTTT?snAY, JANUARY 22. 1891. ..vT7 I '?. te v-'- i; : i i (J il ft B t ' , .1 II fi i; : - lt C .: . FESTIVE JBTOARO& Halr-Drosslng In Vlow of the Pub llo for Prizes. The VTIIil Scene Witnessed nt n Tonsorlal Exhibition In Paris A Tremendous How Caused by One of tho Los Ins Competitors. Before twenty-seven looking-glasses Bat twenty-sevon disheveled maidens, tho glories of their t jilcts vailed by the familiar s triced wrappers of tho hair dresser's soloon, surrounded by hair pins, bandeaux, and but why exposo the secrets of tho toilet? Enough to say that ull was there necessary to tho erection of a fashionable coiffure. Be "hlnd each stood a, Figaro, expectant, tail omb In hand, his snowy shirt-front and resplendent studs carefully protected by a 6ilkcn kerchief, now executing valso steps to the preliminary strains of tho band, now combing the tresses before 'him to the sarao accompaniment. This 'odd scene, says a ...

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. — 29 January 1891

Sv" 7 O v f J (. r ,a P- X THE NEWS-HERALD; il X 7 I yOL. 5?-N0. 40 rpTtni IClirn 1QQ7 Entered at rost-omco.Hlllfcbor ESlHuLlbntU IOC. 0hlo, as second-olasB matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1891. W . A h h x WASHINGTON LETTER. FrSm our rtfgniar correspondent. Washington, D. 0., Jan. 23, 1891. Speaker Reed's eminent fitness for tho position ho holds, and honorB by hold ing, was never mere plainly demon strated than during the present week, when the Democratic members have been little better than a mob of hood lums, in both their manner and their language. It has been openly acknowl eged by such Democratic leaders as Rep resentative Flower that it was their in tention to delay the necessary business in the Hpuso, such as the regnlarannual appropriation bills, in order to make it ' impossible for the House to act on the amendments to the Federal Election Mil. after that measure passes the " Senate, before the session expires by limitation. This is the first ti...

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. — 29 January 1891

tiijn i' "' i f. rj " -, .r 222S--i-MTi , .. ! ,V i V. NEWSfflSRAIJ). HIIiliSBOKQ, O r-THURSI)AY, JANUARY $9, 1891; 'i, ,rrpH . - :" ijrairaTyBFSswwfraK ' '- iyzjLu t -tqTj3Hrilg"""'''Y7V, l f ll I If X n I m i 5 m W i " tA i- ! ELIJAH "At HOREB. I i tntornatlonal SuoaySch6ol Letoa fc February 1, 18DL. TSpeclnlly Arranged from a S. Quarterly. HcsaoM Text 1 Ktm-s 19itf& Coldi.n TKXT-rFear not, for I ora with tfceoj, ., 1, t., ...... (.. .n. CVU ' CcimtAt, TnoTit God visits and oomforts 3Ila.peoploln tholrboursof darltnosa. I Time D. C. 033. Immediately following thai "just lesson. I1ACE WHdomo9 south of. Boorsheba; ondj aho Mt. Uoroh, 1. o., Sinai " Tlm.rs Ovr.n IIaho Pieces a. "Bccrohobat"! .fct town Eouth of Judalvnlnoty-flvo intloa fromi Jczrecl. 4, "A nuy'8 Journey into tho wuaei Ties3:" IJecrsheba wifc1 on thqtbordcrs of tho Tnlldcrnoss of Isrnol's forty yj-6ara' wandorlnB?. tUcUlil hot feci pafo In tho Kingdom of JudoOft, Jor Its King had rrfado nlllnno'o with Ahnb. "Un ilc...

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. — 29 January 1891

-v9maiFmFfEf!0m$fi fin . - y1 r,--- "-y" n i "i4 . , . to-HlRAlD, HIIXSBQRO, O THUBSDAT, JAHUARY 29. 1891. 3 -". ' , 1 '- &-. m M- - i". i; Kf ,r. .. ,'r i r a y MS" wR ;r ') DH.KIL.MER' 4 SFMP Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure. The Great Specific for "Brlsht's) disc nnc, nrlnnrr troubles, kidney difficulties, and Impure blood. IF YOV have sediment In urlno like brink dust, frequent calls or retention; IF VOV have gravel, catarrh of the bladder, oxcosslvu desire, dribbling or stoppage of urine. IF YOU havo torpid llrcr, malaria, 'dropsy, fever and ague, gall stone, or gout: IF YOU feel Irritable, rheumatic, stitch in the back, tired o" sleepless and 'all unstrung; WATOP-ROOT builds up quickly a run down constitution, and makes the weak strong. flaarmitcc. Cm contents of One Bottle, if yon u-a no! benefited, Draffclit will refund to yon the piWpoJd. At Druggist, SOe. Slse, 91,00 Size. IbtMM Guide to Health" cent free-Oonmltatton free Dr. Kilmer & Co;, Blngbamton, K. T. 6000. 00 ...

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. — 29 January 1891

D - v irjwjjfBi W v vJ v ' Kir:, - tif' i-i. V. - o f Mi' P K K' ? h h I?- tr v'rf ft $ t ; '9' il V K I . fee tos e& PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 6E0. W. BAEREEE, Proprietor, A. B. DUNLAP, Editor. UHSCRIPTION,$I.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB ADV JERTlSINGr Made Known on Application. JANUARY 26, 1801 The Rawlings bill repealing the law which exempts finished manufactured products from taxation passed the Lower House of the legislature with a whirl Jast week. The bill -was strongly urged by the Farmers' Alliance when In ses sion at Galion. It has been a favored measure with the Alliance for the past year and farmers have betn loud in their complaints atrainst the law which give as they claimed a great advantage to the manufactures as against other tax payers. The present law exempts irom taxation aU furnished manufactures that have been in stock for one year or less. Aa it stands amendod the reaiu iaclurer will have to pay on the average monthly value of the raw materials he tases ...

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. — 29 January 1891

rrTi W ' ' V ;! ,jf 1 I 1 tJ J 1 s P- L J : kt msz$?M OFFICE IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING JANUARY 29, - - 1891 TheNEWs-HEnALD is at Bowers Bros. always for sale .Five new students College this week. enrolled in the Born To Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Stovens. . last Sunday, a baby boy. ' ' . m Judge Iluggins is holding court in Washington 0. H. this week. Q Miss Fannie McKeehan, who has been ill for the,past week, is able to beout again. . Mrs. G. TJ. Beech" gave a dinner "1 party to a few of her friends on Friday evening. ' S "Our" editor, Mr. A. B. Dunlap, left on last Monday morning for a two weoka trip to Mexico, The Chautauqua Circle meets at the residence of Dr. Hoyt'a Thursday even- ing, January 29th. sr Dr. N. B. VanWinkle and family, of Blanchester, are visiting the Doctor's parents at New Market. v Charles G. Balrd, a former Hillsboro boy, has taken charge of the Midland Hotel at Kansas City, Mo. John Devoss started thU (Wednesday) morning for Texas to accept a position on the Southern ...

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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. — 29 January 1891

PTVW? v 4 'X ft s 'NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBQRO, Ok THURSDAY, JANUARY 2 191. 6 X i m IT- l It l A- fyi Opt 3& DF I r ? ? '.i. w to '. It I!ff Kl ' tv, k. -' - '!? i , x i i ' Professional Cards. CtrJ3 Inserted Undor this Head at lollows: Mnch.pervorir - -, j& inoli, poryear J nth ptryonr - a Tenllnesof tulstypemnkel lnoh. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Gkeeswfxd, Ohio. Omct-Up stairs, lalSinart's Block. JT A. K.CSS, &SYSICIAN and STJBG-EON, rjiLASBono, Omo. Ornoi No. S6 West Main Btrcet, over Mo ire's tobacco factory. g a. coiaus, Hillsboro, Omo, A. Notary Public in the Office. OciTCK-lUK.mii Nod. 1 and U Smith Block, tMcaer Main mid High street. -jnr , x. gubuher, Krtary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Office-No. 8 Htrauis Buildlu;?. CUlms for Pensions Promptly Attended To. X. BB0WX. W. W. GUMS. KOWN- OLKNX, Physicians and Surgeons, Hiixsdobo, Unio. OONSULTIKO HOUBS - E. M. Browx. W. W. Glens. to 9 a.m. 7 to 8 a.m. ?1 to 12 am. 10 to 12 a.m. ato4p.m. ?'SP'S- 7tnp.m. 6 to 7 p....

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. — 29 January 1891

i " ' ,rVi1 ' t rry!ifK ' I SVV (( I, - ;?v H !P""""V-' c ' V r . ' 1 V ' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY JANUARY 29, 1891. f& " ,-, W worse) BLANKETS low fat I'd get if I had one." ? Got from your dealer free, the took. It has handsome pictures and kblo information about horses. b or three dollars for a Sx Hon set .will make your horse worth mors (less to keep warm. 5A Five Mile 5A Boss Stable 5A Electric 3A Extra Test her styles at prices to rait everr- If vou can't set them from your write ns. . BUCKETS ARE TKE STRONGEST. NONC GENUINE WITHOUTTHE R'A LABEL Mannfd bv w.w. aybi.s &.80H9. Phllnda., who mate tho famous Horse Brand Baknr Bl.inkets. This patter Is kept on tile at tbo ofOee of JKYERSOH Advertising rl GENTS riMES BUlLDlTiQ JSM PHILADELPHIA. CollMAICO at LoneotCash Rates i ntC BendlOe.laflVEre 0 CHU'C MRMII1! UmftC ID51UNKENNESS LIQUOR HABIT a r, au tno worm tucro is out one euro, , P7 Dr. lialncs' Uoldon Specific. , ' i j It can ba given In a cup of tea or cof...

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. — 29 January 1891

yriHJBdBwUUfivUiM JT. tf-r 4 W a' HI , -."K 1J Vrt v t y w - NeVs-HERAIJD, miiliSBORO, ,O.THURSPT, jAStTARY 29, 1891. K4 a 51 k A SO f. ' ) r- H M Iff It .;p ft T- W ft m n jf i ' IF It m h( if . & Ka t, Jf M - ft annj caliph's daughter. 1?'Wlry Hor Father) Allowed Hor to "Wod an Engllshnfon. The Caliph of Allamagdalla, Muzabcn 3Jozlcr, sat croos-leggcd on a great heap jaf cushions, clad in a long silken rota slhat was drawn closely about big thin ifbnn. A tallliookah stood on the floor scar his feet, and In his hand ho hold its heavily jeweled mouthpiece, which In Talscd now and then to his lips, -and sent a curling1 wreath of smoke coll- .Ingward. Tic was an interesting man to look at, -was the Caliph of Allamagdalla. Ills .Saco was wrinkled and of ashy pale mess, his brow narrow and drawn to jyothcr over his eyes into ahcavy frown, k -whosoBevcritywasheightenedbyalong, flrooplmr white mustache, which fell .rigidly over his robe. A pair of dark eyes, decp set under his heavy, ...

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. — 5 February 1891

5SfiSM& ;.--' ?: '-"'-'m''-,JH m. ;fyK;-Timim .rmninx KaMWf-rv if. ' --.vi.-.. . ".....', . i? ;;, j' ?.. i , 'l Y. " ' " TgTWV": Ttrrt tf V V - H'OI, ?2 l .!.-'? - r - V 0 v m n is -' 11 . MM ' Ml r- i ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-offloe, HilUboro, Ohio, m seoond-clMi matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND' CO., O., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. VOL.53 NO. 4V - c 6- - ' "-"vT. j "it,' herald! IslEWS 1 xlrL LOW WAUE8 AND THE FARMER. The Farmer Bettor Off When they are High. )' A farmer living in the interior of Pen t sylvania writes a long letter to the Trib une, the gist of which, ia this : ... Can Mr. Horr explain how it is that Aarniera are in any way benefited by a protective tariff which simply aids men who manufacture goods and the artisans employed fn their.shops and factories? Is it not for the interest of farmers that wages should be low? By keeping up the price of labor in all these great man-, ufactufing establishments, does not that compel us farmers to.pay more for our hire...

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. — 5 February 1891

'F' fc i -a a. L A "I3l . ..- AS it NEWS-HEftAM), HILLSBORti. O.BiUKSPAY, FEBRUARY5, 1891. S r-" j ' & hi r fa r s & s I i" i p. IWy. w Is fc IS if fc-K.' SM A I - e 4 M 4d AHAB'S COVETCUSNESS. lonat Sunday-School Lmm fcr February 8. 1II0J. 1 tSpeclttlly Arranged from S.' S. Quarterly! I-Imson Text 1 Kings 81:1-1(1 :GotOKN text Tolto boeo, ana Doware or etousnoss. I.uke 12 MB. I Csjttiial, Truth Selfishness Is the sourco of franmbcrcd evils for outboivcs and others. 3TIMK About B. C. POO. Five or Blx years jaftertho last lesson, and four years before the JAoath ot Ahab. ; ItACB Samnrla, tbo capital, and Jczrccl, ttho faTorlto royal residence, twonty-Qvo miles (to the north, KrjLElw Ahab, KinR of Iraoal, D. O. 018-1180! pTehoshaphat, of Judah, D. a 014 889; Bcnhadad fit, ot Syria. Helps Ovkii IIahd Places 1. "After theso fchlngs:" tho wars described In the previous chapter. 3. "Tho Lord forbid H:" Naboth ro' Juscd, becauso it was his home, and tho homo wf his father ; moreove...

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. — 5 February 1891

"T , iHWi , ...... i ii i i .ii . iii m 1 1 i i . i . . .' ' f' . ' NEWS-HERALD HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1801. & V t 'i U v f DB.KIL.MCR'1 hW" Ksr Kidney, Liver and Bladder Cure. The Great Specific for "Bright' dlaenne," urinary troHblea, Icldiiejr dtfflculttea, and Impure blood. IP TOU havo sediment in urine liko brick dust, frequent calls or retention; IP YOU havo snivel, catarrh of the bladder, excessive desire, dribbling or stoppage of urine. IP YOTT hare torpid liver, malaria, dropsy, fovcr and ague, gall stone, or gout; IF YOU feel Irritable; rheumatic stitch In the back, tired or sleepless and all unstrung; ' SWAMP-BOOT builds up quickly a run down constitution, and makes the weak strong. Guarantee. Um content bf Oaa Bottle, U you are do! tweefttcd. Draggirt w 111 refund to jron tb prlc paid. A.I Drag-gists, SOc. Size, $1.00 Size. InralldaF Guide to HeallVJ sent free-ConmlUOon trea Dr. Kilmer & Co.Blnghamton, N. T. beta made by John R. ,Tnt work for ub. Hea...

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. — 5 February 1891

vw$mw EaSSsl ' Tv'iTMty t Tssvorwygr"! " C? ' i v V. M n . - 1 I , ( NEWS-HERALD, HILLSfeORO, O. THURSI)AX, FEBRUARY 5, 1891: & n i?j s IK i m. m Ilk BilT- I. I I ?W ,ttil m m II w& i ft f R : - Ps?i? ,' &&.:. f &"T .fjf 'If m a PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY GEO. W. BAKRERE, Proprietor. A. B. DUNLAP, Editor. INSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES BOR ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. FEBRUARY 6, 1891 At the cIobo of an nfter dinner speech nt Delmonico's.New York, last Thursday evening Secretary of Treasury Windom sat down, leaned forward in pain, gasped fnr breath and was dead. He died of heart failure, to which he was sifbject, and in the round of official duties must have known his life uncertain every moment, though his manner never betrayed the presonce of the grim spectre byi his side. He was born in Belmont county, 0., was 04 years old and the oldest man in the Cabinet. He served ten years in Congress'from Min nesota and resigned from the Senate to Ber...

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. — 5 February 1891

IWfliSW; S v-'' ifM1" " " " jfl" ' 'r r ' " rl wj NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O.- THURSDAT, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. tfi9OT?n f -. "" qmMHfiFrpnr I M .J ht mstxtd JFFK IN POST-OFFICE BUILDING ,TRUART 5, 1891 W "JTb ground-hog saw his shadow., . .Mtn.'Sn Mitchell ia visiting in New , YieanJ Hughey is visiting in sV , x. ,MW.Marun , Greenfields, lit. v M mfnn - .. ,.j WV "T Jl&aleiatlnes In great variety at Det- wller?aold stand. rs. Randal, of Wyoming, is a guest apt. Carson. nuE.,H-'Cnmining3i8 viBiting rel- s in Pe6ria, Illinois. B. Thoiaae'GrayTand grand-daughter WfBfin:WiImtntoui Barrere spent several WiSfr v IaI ti'VKMMl.iA4l la.t waolr. . niu !" "" - .' J $!. Mk..Snvdam of Tusculum Heights, Tttted Mlat AnB Spargur-laat week. kealledto the "ad." of I. A. tn'thletaeue of theNaws-HEBAU. h. AuefJAlMillM '" . V S 61 Vk W'l .' Jd Carroll entertained a number yoang friends on Thursday even . . IfUXWajiche Jones is visiting her iisW,fMw..Oallle Barrett, at Hardin's Creeh."' ' ' . , VMiL Rank'...

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. — 5 February 1891

w NBWS-HBRAIiD, HtLfrSfeOfeO, O. THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1891. s i i I f in y r i t & L f I'k f ij l.v IK. ,a I H 17 . I i 1 I M r ' Sl l& i. te Kg i r !' K fJf , - . i-- Professional Cards. Csrds Inserted Undor this Head a, follows: ft h , pery e r . - - 1J' Mtnoh, peryeur ? SjLtecli peryenr ......................- Tonllnusof thtHtypemtkllUCh. 1 FRANK WILSON, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, GllFMFlKLD, OmO. Oittce Up stairs, In tiniart'a Block. TCT A. BUM. Physician and surgeon, nnxsnono, Omo. , tmcr. No 38 West Mala street, overMfc fiwro'ti tobacco factory. f4 a. coixius, lifroaairs-sr .a.t XiATVr UiLtsnoRO, Ohio, A Notary Public in the Office. BTJCi-Hwtnn Not. 1 mil 8 8mlth Block, coroor Main and High street. rr T. GUKUMEB, Mtary Public and Abstractor of Deeds Omcs Ho. 8 Btratwg Building. CUama for Pensions Promptly Attended To. X.K. SHOWS. W. W.OUWK. WOW.N ft OLEXN. Physloianslind Surgeons, Hillsbobo, Ohio. cosbultisq nouns - E. M. Bnowx. W. W. Glesi. a to 9 a.m. 7,?8Ar,, ...

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. — 5 February 1891

J" i i H, 'V AY MVM I .' '.J"Vi.'A.., ' c"4,K!WIUn y, (' ' IWfw'j ' " '"' v"' .' ..?'. -,.- ,, ,f '?.' " 7 e- 'A f NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOIiO O. THTRSDAY: FEBRTJATIY 5, 1891. W P -. V- v r yjj, " ' ' r-' ! u. , "That'W Blanket is a dandy." FREEQtet from your dealer free, tlio $& Book. It has handsome pictures and valuable Information about hones. V Two or three dollars for a 5x Horse (Blanket will mako your Lorso worth mora uu cut wo hi Jteep warm. 5A Five Mile 5A Boss Stable 5A, Electric 5A Extra Test kk for Ml nther tvles at prices to suit every body. If yon can't1 get them from you dealer, write us. . 5A BLANKETS ARE THE STRONGEST. NONCOCrtUINCWITHOUTTHtB'A LABEL M8DMM by WK. AYBKS PONS. Pbllada . WHO make tho famous Ilorse Brand Baker Wankets. . This paper b kept on file at (he office of YERSOH DVERTISING IGENTS BUlLDlHfl Fiffifc PHUADclPffla. ECTIUATCC FrlEWS?lrEB IDTEBTISnO CDCC COllMAICO at Lowest Cash Rates r nt( ttcnrl 10c In AVER $ SON'S MANUA1 Tar DRUNKENNESS LIQUOR HABI...

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. — 5 February 1891

-V-TF'wy V P-' - V t. VL . - fe::;' V ' NEWS-HERALD, OHIIiliSBOKO, 0-THUR$DAT, FEBRUARY1 5, 189 1. I.S F ' . J? m J. p i m fo II' fit f' !;! IKC t3 t& -A w. a 'Le, the Poor Indian." The Indian war is supposed to bo -virtually ended, and views in regard to Indian policy are now in order. At this distance from tho seat oi war we are acquainted with no Indians ex cept Hiawatha and Ramonn, and the Ceotury-of-diahouor view seems to pre--vail. The farther you get away from an .Indian the inoro noble he grows, and we re told that being naturally truthful, fconeatand brave, ho has learned deceit, dishonesty and treachery from whites. "We are lead to suppose that by fair dealings tho braves would sit in their doorways "making arrow heads of chalcedony" except when it was abso lutely necessary to hunt the red deer of tho forest or drive the ravins from Idondamin, and that then the Komonas and Minnohahas would take their places. "Weaving mate of flags and rushes" or -training vines over 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. — 12 February 1891

u f 1 "v ). s $ - C& C THE NEWS-HERALD. M K - r K -' rf--', ISTAtLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-offloe, Hillsboro , Olilo, as seeond-oUss matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND GO., O., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1891. VOL. 53 NO. 42 SMJyiu 7 0 ff ALLEBLEI. ' Texas ia a word that has been pain fully familiar to tho readers of the News-Herald for tho last six months," sf lthal the letter descriptive of its ell 'mate, fertility and mineral resources Mrnnlil not nnno.il vcrv Btronclv to their cpriosity. Texas, however, as tho desig nation of a locality is very indefinite. We traveler may enter the Stato at noon j and ride as hard as steam and,steel can carry him till dewy eve of- tho Becond day before he reaches the opposite borders- Within this time, both waking and sleeping.he will have passed through vast regions of country representing many varieties of climate and every possible degree of fertility, some parts realizing tho most seductive pictures drawn by land agent for prospective emigrant, ...

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. — 12 February 1891

V.i -r '-i'-i-'- lU Xf ,1 o " NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, EEBRUARY 12, 1891. fi : . nw wamRifinrr t . R- i I' k. h-t lift ir . $ U T $ fc EC F3 l-v I' i 'f, I ti b? ELIJAH TAKEN TO HEAVEN. Aatarnattonnl Smulny-Sohool Lesson, for ! February IB. 1801. 1 Specially Arrangod from 8. 8. Quarterly. Xbsson Text S Kings 8:111. Golden Text And Enooh walked with Gods and ho was not; for Ood took him. Gen. o:tt. Okstraij Tnniii "Lot me dlo the death oJ -the Righteous, and let my last ood bo Ilka -His." Time D. C. about 802-890. Place (1) Qllgat, near Mt. Ephralm, nine mllos west of Bethel. (2) Dothel, twelve mllos north of Jerusalem. (3 Jericho, near Jordan. 4 Tho eastern Bhoro of tho Jordan, In Gllead, Sfljah's native country. Ruxjjns Jehoram, son of Ahab. King of Is real. Jehoram, son of Jchoshophat, King of Sadah. Ho married Athallah, tho dtughtcr Of -Jezebel, and sister of Jehoram of Israel. Helps Oveii Hard Places 1. "When tho lrd:' Our times nro In Ilia hands. "Gllgall" In Ephral...

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