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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1886

FOfe-A FASHIONABLE SUIT OF , OALL ON J- Or, OOlffKriTHE FASHIONABLE TAILOR, ttlLLSBORO, OHIO. y Thefes-ftferld. OSoef Ioggrd Bnildlng,W. Main St. APRIL 21 1886. The circulation of a newspaper deter mines the value ol tu columns aa an ad vertising medium. The NEWS-HKnALD has by far the largest circulation of any paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertiser would do well to bear In mind. Our lists' are open to their Inspection. Next Sunday Is Emter. the Fire Department met for organization last night, 'n j Mr. Dick Atkins, the popular planet timer, Is In town. a The Hllliboro Ice Company has a new de livery wagon. . -2 D. 8. Bays has been appointed postmaster at Willettsvllle. M O. B. Bell dt Co., will open tip tbelr foundry with a new set of hands to-day. m Mrs Frank Armstrong left Monday mors ing to visit friend In New York. p Mr. Dick Rookhold Is confined to his home with an attack ot chills and fever. - Hatlowell A Clark, lumber dealers, have a handsome ad., In another columns...

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. — 21 April 1886

iMtKMMnWCmTWI UiW1WJWlW 59H iron our youno folks. A WONDERFUL LITTLE GIANT. J know n little plant, no bliorcr than a tuck. Who ran wrostlnwlthufnt mnu, and throw him on Ins liimki Hl knotted littlo muscles, almost too small to Could turn you topsy-turvy and hardly seem to try. To tnonk tho nose, and pln;h the toes, and nil out full of woo, Aro jokes tho inlrtgi't lot cs to play alike on friend mid foe. Hut ho rati do still irreater things hnn make liltr man Mpical Mo can split n Mono In splinters, or break a bur of steel : Ho can shape tho drlppliifr oavcs'ilrops Into a en still spear. And clinch the fallmirraln so hard, 'twill turn ull whlton lth four: Ho can chain thu dusking rlrer, and plus tho ruunlnir "pout; He can build a wall upon the lako and shut the water out. Hut If you want to see this little (riant cut aud run. Just build a tiny fire, or step out and fetch tho sun. lJarirtd It". llnummnU '" .s'(. Xleholas. A SILVER SPOON. The Story Which Marred the Happiness of Two Mttt...

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. — 21 April 1886

7 1 STATE BONDS. A Letter from Governor Foraker Showing that They Are Taxable. Constitutional Debate Quoted from to Show the Intention of It Provlslotia An Exhaustive Iteply to Criti cisms of Ills Recent Message , on Taxation! Coumnug, O., April 13, 1886. To thn Editor of tho Ohio Statt Journal! Up to tho time of sending my special tnos sayo to tho tetrislaturo It had nevevr sccmod to mo possible that any Intelligent man fa miliar with the requirements of the Consti tution could honestly believe that tho bonds of the Btato wore non-taxable. Since then t novo been compelled to chango my mind and believe that Mr. Noble and Mr. Parsons do honestly entertain that opinion, lnasmuoh as thev do they must be exonerated from all Intentional wrong-doing In withholding their bonds from the assessors and from the ap plication of any criticisms my message may contain that would otherwise apply to them. Such criticisms were only for those who fraudulently defrauded tho State" of Its rev enue and ...

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. — 21 April 1886

awessgBsveawwju m ii ji ; A KIMAKIABM CAM. Madisonvlllelsoneoftho most flourish ing of the many (suburban towns of Cincin nati. It is situated about fourteen miles from the city on the line of the Cincinnati, Washington and Baltimore Railroad. Our correspondent learning of the severe case of Mrs. John G. Lindsley and her sudden cure, called on that lady at her homo in Modisonville, Said Mrs. LIndsley : "Words would scarcely express the tor ture I endured. The rheumatism I hod was in no particular part of the body, but was all through mjr system, prostrating me so that 1 was entirely helpless, not being able to feed myBelf. My physician, who is one that we have employed in our family for many years, gave me no encouragement whatever. llo.swM there was'flo use of my taking medicine, as (1 never would be any better, but might liyo in this terrible con dition for many years. About this time my son was recommended to get some Athlophoros for me by diaries II. How ard, conductor on the Ci...

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. — 28 April 1886

- r i THE NEWS-HERALD. ,V ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 4 IV V- if Professional Cards. Cart's Inserted Undar this Hiad as Follows: 1 inch, pir year ;......I10 i Inch, per year 5 ) Ineb, per year . 3 Ten lines of mistype make 1 Inch. J. H. DOTLT. W. S. KCDISILX. -pvOYIiK BUDISJXL, ' DENTISTS, HILLSBORO, O. Office-In MolClbben block. B. High street. C H. COLLINS. JOHN A. OOLL1S3. SIOIXIXS COLLINS, ATTORNBYi .A.T OJA.-W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Office Roome I andSBmlth Block, cor ner Main and High streets. A Notary Pablto . In offlec. mar2 A KTAKi, IDBIfcTTIST, HILLSBORO, O. Onics Hlbben block, formerly Herald office. A X.PHOXBO HART, ATTOBITBT .A.T X.A."W HILLSBORO, O. OFFici-Oorner of Main and Hlgb streets, Merobanu' National Bank Building. f-KOBOE B. OABDNEB, A.TTOBiraT -A.T X.A.-W HILLSBORO, O. Office Over Felbel'e Clothing Store. T K. CALLAHAN, D. D. 8. DENTIST, HILLSBORO, O. ' OFFic.nOver Felbel'e Clothing Store, Main treet, Bret d...

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. — 28 April 1886

The News-Herald. WEBKHBAT.APULII, 1SS. HILLSBORO, : t t OHIO- TOPICS OF THE DAY. A biu. granting women the right to vote at municipal elections In Massa chusetts has been defeated In the Legis lature of that State for tho twentieth time. m Rhode Island Is to have prohibition after July. Tho amendment was car ried by 400 votes orcr tho necessary three-fifths, but does not go Into effect for three months. An Oregon newspaper has no patience with those who lament tho disappear ance of tho buffalo. It says it will bo well when he Is gone and ho wouldn't have lasted so long except that ho was no tough. Mr. Enoch Pkatt, who gavo Balti more its line free library, is thought to 1k worth six: or soven million1), all self made. He is past seventy, undersized und very thin, though he is still halo and agile. The exports of wheat from this coun try arc less than in 1885, but the amount of cotton is so much greater that tho breadstuffs and cotton together amount to about 1,000,000 per week over ...

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. — 28 April 1886

faw - ir; i Jfn m i . ' ti i i n n L '" . n y i ltVr,.r,.lln..! UMtfTA I r i (T" 11 if i iai rr jrfTr i rmj tm. ru w tii i i a, i lam TV. Mais PiLlP'lRAKIi.dor: Strictlr First-Class First-Class Liveryr; .Feed and oaie diaiHtt wionea., ' plOyl Col. I. J, Blount-stAJf AOEBS-7. J. Otkti WILNUT STREET HOUSE r l i Bst. Sixth and Ssventh. Streets, r CINCINNATI. W. Mi TUCKER & CO, Props STOPPED FREE Intint pMtont Kwtord Dr.KLDTB'l CARAT Wtuvtiiti nw' ' NisrVst DmittL 0;mm lNFAU.IBI.1 jrttttsnit eutt fiftffftjt Ttv Ji 4Ut .-iTWtlM bid a trkf ItttU frf to- TIIMMM.Mtrttpiaf prvMhfrtonbxwhi -reeemit. Stud ntmei, p. 0. tn! prm tddren of warn BiiWQ. ' jvv rur mtjtw l.mictedtoDR KL.INU ii Arch SLJhilftdlphi.,Ft. I DnifSfets. MMtVAXtt O iMTATWG FRAUDS. Notice My 10, 25 M I... First-class fn All It? Annnfnt'fflph &mm.&&ji. ri TS -lBttBt Brti UiM iiStill' Lmi Callbefdre buying and see fofyourselves. J ' op&iJj, M. HIESTAND. .iM Ho. 21 NORTH HIGH STREET. i. . QTJ1N1T BROTHERS V ft...

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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. — 28 April 1886

The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 11 V Til It Nows-Horald Publishing Company. O. W. Bsrrwe. Bebte Barrere. E. R. Plerson. SHBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES JTOK ADATSUTISING Made Known on Application. APRIL 28, - 1880. Tho Itepublican paity Is losing itsgrip. Wllthm Kstle has joined the Democracy. . Tin' fond anticipations of those who :inti-d llic Pneber Watch Cnsu Coin pan v lciil had hao kouc gUmmerinK. Wo are indebted to Hon. John Sher man for tho Report of tho Committee on the Judiciary concerning the Attorney (Suncral's action in l of using to submit important papers in reference to ap puiutments, and to Hon. William L. Stott for a copy of his speech in tho House of Representatives on the coin age of the standard silver dollar. . m Temperance people may take comforl from statistics on the liquor trafllc re cently compiled. The English lludget shows a decrease of several millions in the revenue from liquors within the past few years, and a corresponding in t...

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. — 28 April 1886

y v y 4i FOR A FASHIONABLE SUIT OF CLOTHES, CALL ON The News-Herald. Oloai Boggard Building, W. Vain St. APRIL 88, 1886. The circulation of a newspaper deter mines the value of tie column! as an nd vertlelng medium. The NEW8-HEBAI.D has by tar the largest elreulatlon of any paper la Highland county, which fact ad Tertlsers woald do well to bear In mind. Oar lists are open to their Inspection. Mrs. Stockton he removed tothepropeity ol Mrs. Klrby on East 411 n street. Messrs. Prank and Cbarles Allison, of Lou den, visited friends here last week. Mr. a. A. Borden, of the Railway Mali Her vice, was In Hillaboro last weeK. Mr. Harry Bennett, of Chllllcolue.,pent several days of the past week In Hlllsboro. Mr. D. A. Pbelps, of Cincinnati, visited relatives In this elty daring the past week. T'.A. Walker A Co 's., straw hats have ar rived and In order to get the choice call at once. Mr. Nat. U. Woltsteln, of Cincinnati, vis ited relatives and friends In this plaoe last week. Mr. It. 8. Eva...

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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. — 28 April 1886

The News-Herald. WKDMEMBAV, ArmiLM, ' IULLSBOB.O, : : : OHIO. yr A TALE OF WOMAN'S HEART. Tho following poem was written by tho lalo John U. Hough vrhon seyontccu years of aire. It was preserved In (in old scrap-liook belonging to Mrs. 8. I. Ilurinot of this cltv. Tho soiayibook hns horn used Ut soveral members of the fainllt In various ways, and until now the poem given beluw lias never keen publ'ahod. Ohldot thou w'sli mo to Impart Th plaintive tulo of woman s heart? Como then, 'tis livening sponilte hour: Como to our silent lonelv towor: There, where tho summer sales nro mule, With cvprcM will 1 wreath mr lute. And sadly, tearfully Impart The mournlul talo of woman's heart. In childhood's fairest brightest ears HcrnrU F miles nre chased by tears; Hcptoofs subline, restrlct'nns bind. Her bound nir will and sour ng mind: Her Im s delude, her pastimes lly. ller bud1 nud blossoms droop and dlo; And d sipjMi ntment's constant smart Inures to grief her Infant heart. Now Jos, new griefs...

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. — 28 April 1886

V SPECIAL MESSAGE. Tke President Addresses Congress on The Labor Question. The Value of Labor an Elsmcnt of National Prosperity Shonld be Recog nised and the Welfare of the Laboring Man li Entitled to Legislative Care. Wariuxotox, April 22. The President to.' day sent a message to Congress on the sub. iect of the labor troubles in substance as follows! , To the Senate axdHocsk of REPRESEKt atives! Under our form of government the value of labor as an element of national prosperity should be distinctly recognized, and the welfare of the laboring man should be regarded as especially entitled to legls ttve care. In a country which offers to all Its citizens the highest attainment of social and political dlstlno ion, Its workingmen can not justly or safely be considered as ir revocably consigned to the limits of a class, and entitled to no attention and al lowed no protest against neglect. The laboring man, bearing In his hand an in dispensable contribution to our growth and progress, m...

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. — 28 April 1886

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, mnm.AND county. Hlllsboro. Hiiuo of eleven rooms, Iafra barn, two citterns, Mil In Rood roiulltlim, House of leu rooms, never-faltlnit spring, Oni orchard nml garden, luige pasture, suit nolo for dairy. nutaell. House of five rooms. In good repnlr.S250. Kiirm In Washington Tp., 137 acres, 00 acres ot timber, good Improvements, tlOnn ncre. Farm In Washlngtnu Tn., to acres, tl2 nil acre. Knrm In Brushcreek Tp.. 0 ncre. fair lm- JrovemeiitK,good orclmiil,:t3acrcsof timber, 7 mi acre. Knrm In llrnslicreeltTp., 101 acres ( part In 1'lke Co.) good Improvements, fine orcluirtt, fl'inn ncre. Kntm In Now Mnrket Tp. SO acres, good tmlldlnes, fine orchanl, nil smnll frult, fit an arte, Cllutou County, Knrm In Clark Tp.. 210 acres, fair Improve lueiits, fi"iiui acre. Admits County. Tract In Green Tp., SCO ncres, unimproved, iS an acre. For sale on easy terms. f3 inO S. I'.bUOTT, lllllsboro, O. Administrator's Notice. NOTICE is hereby given ' 10 under signed lias been appoi...

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 May 1886

rv'?w wjp. s.s iwvmr' - w. -k .K.v .. " ' THE NEWS-HERALD. OAOJ '.! I n Mta - 3 e"tr r irTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O.. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 5 i I ' Professional Cards. CtftittttAtf Unrftrthls Hud as Follows: 1 loeb,sryear....... 310 M Inch, par yea.....i 5 lH Inch, par year a Ten lines ol this type make I Incb. i.n.voYUr. " w.s.numsiLi,. ' J HILLSBORO, O, OrriOB-In McKlbben block, 8. High street. C. B. COLLINS. JOHN A. COLLINS. CHAINS COLURS, AXTOKNB-is AT XiA.'W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. S Office Rooms 1 an42Bmlth Block, cor ner Mala and High atreet. A Notary Public 'in offlee. martt ii A KVA1I8, HILLBBORO.O. OrElcE-Hlbbca block, formerly Herald office. A tWOWO KABT, Arc'roATsrsi's: ajs xaw HILLSBORO, O. -Ornca Corner of Main and High streets, Merchants' Matlonal Bank Building. ( BOBOB B. OAHDNKn, ' ' HILLSBORO, O. OFFICE-Over Falbel's Clothing Btore. B. CALLAHAN, D. D. S. , i. ice v . r , 3D3B1STTIST, HILLSBORO, O. jba'nnlbvarFelbel'aoiotbtBgBtora.Maln atraet...

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 May 1886

r n't h: iff m The News-Herald. WUIIMMf.MTi, . HILLSBORO. ! t t OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. The Brotherhood of Locomotlvo Kn glnccrs has 310 divisions in tho United fetatcs and Canada, and a membership of about 20,000. Over ninety per cent of all the engineers of America aro members. m At a "seance" in Shclburno Falls, Idass., a short time ago, a medium an nounced that a woman who had been burled some little time before had been interred allc, and had "suffered untold agonies." Friends believed enough of tho message to have tho body exhumed, but nothing to indicate prcniatmo burial was discovered. A few weeks ago a pretty young school-teacher in New Jersey took tho liberty of apph ing her school whip to tho shoulders of a trustee who hud tho effrontery to fa or tho appointment of another tuujhcr in her pl.icc. For thus exercising the great American privilege of striking, the grand jtuy has seen ht to indict the j oung w oman. A number of literary men, saj s tho St. James Gazelle, smoke...

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 May 1886

,. j !,: i ,--,w iftt Dl - s " Kramer House W. Mala St., 1IILLSUOKO. PHILIP KRAMER, . Proprietor. Strictly First-Class First-Class Livery, Feed and Sale Stables' Attached. MplBjl Col. E. J. Blount-XAHAOEBS-F. J. Otkai WILHUT STREET HOOSE Bt. Sixth ami Seventh Streets, CINCINNATI. First-class in Ail;itjs 'Appointments POPULAR VttWi $2 per day. W. M. TUCKER & CO., Props STOPPED FREE I mane Pan on t fttttorsd Rr.KLXMf'flaUAT lERVtffeiTOffER xrBiAr-ts-1 IV DIStAMsV Cm&tttr ctuns, t-Ui, JtfNto. iff. ,1 rilr-a-rt--t. i Jtff mn mN A. Wwtl. ihtalliiii ii uti Iritdtl M Mf. TMMla And tola! Irtrtti AVm fnrt FH Miwmt ifctyply i rypfa cHarf-ti on bx wtn racelfed. Stod nam r. O Mtflaxpr Kldresi nl HHIt ted ttt rR KLINF-ait Ar-rh4t Ih(ldc1nhl . DniffUt. BEWARX OF iUlTATWQ FKAVDS. Notice My. 10, 25 ri m. I I dM i IiteiSMinf Shu Lijs Call before tidying arid see' for yourselves. 1 . , - I ' ' 71 'I I I III J. M. HIESTAND .0 No. 21 NORTH HIGH STEEET. W-tVi HWMW QUllnJrEdTHEES'! DRUG 'STORE Is...

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 May 1886

TheNewsHerald? PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY m tup News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. Barrere. Babes Barren. E. R. Plerton. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. tTlA.TKS FOB jVDVKRTISIXG Made Known on Application. MAYS, 1886. ' To Contributors. If ou have something you want in the paper, semi it to us. However, the aste-basketcntchesameat deal of man uscript, anil if youts is not fortho In formation or pleasure of the public, it may lind the same lodgment. No editor will refuse an article that will add to the interest of his columns. There are doubt less good writers in this county, at pres ent unknown, and if wo can find them the public shall know them. Don't write on both sides of the paper. If j on feel that you can't pet it nil on one nlde omit half the article. Don't use pale ink. Trofanity Is dis couraged among the compositors in this oilice. Write plainly, and don't make hiero glyphics. Our stock of Japanese typo is just out. Let your full name accompany your contribution. I...

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 May 1886

V Si A rdR a Fashionable suit or clothes, call on jr. ok ooivg, the FAgiridNABLg tailor HtttBbRb. ohio. The NeWs-Herald. Offlooi Hoggara Building, W, liain St. MAY 6, 1886. The circulation at n newspaper deter mine the value of It column as an ad vertlslng medium. The NEWS-HERALD ha by far the largest circulation ot nny paper In Highland county, wlilch fact ad vertisers wonld do well to bear In mind. Our Hit are open to their Inspection. D.Q, Morrow Is In Cotumbns nn legal bus!-net. Mrs. Uimle Leber I visiting friends lu Co lurabus. Mr. Isaao Morrow, of Lynohburg, was lu Hlllsboro Monday. Barter Bon hare a fine new nfe from Hall A Co., Cincinnati. o Rev. M. P.ZInk.of Bethel, Ohio, visited In Ibl city last Thursday. m Mr. William Woodrowls quite III at his home on East Main street. i Don't forget IhelCld'Mlnsirels, A number of gents from this place visited the Rocky Fork Hotel Banday. m Col. Livingston, ot Pittsburg, has been In this elty daring the past week. m Mrs. R. B. Julian, of...

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 May 1886

- M jl . f . ' t" -"f 0' M & .j.?1 The News-Herald. WEDNKUDtt, Hilt, ISM. H1LLSB0K0, : : : OHIO. THIRTY-NINE AND NINETEEN. rilOLOClUK. Into the room, with a nnmelcM (trace, (lllrtcd n million, Just mm toon; The lalnt rose bluh on her f.ilr young face 8nt off a beauty but rarely seen: llrnught to a poet who stood apart. She archly spoke ot Ills "well-known naino" They talked of ver'ps, nt books and art With a common mlon, and woiJs attanie. Ills hair was not yot touchod with grny, And oiith' first lonirlnir lit up huyoa: Ho had unite I for years for thu swept array Of matchless beauty mid shaiii surprise. The k)Mlln,r groups went round nnd round. And charming it omen aud men passed thrmiKh; Among the tableau? not one was four d That m.itcd so well as this fated two. THE DAY AFTER THE 1'AUTV. wnAT she though r "He seemed to ll'io me that Is sure Hut then he hud to be polite; Thojomig mn there I could not ordure I wish I could see him again to night: Hut he lives with books, and on...

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 May 1886

V f " TEXAN HERDERS. Th Ufa Led by a Bard-Worked and Poorly-raid Class of People. Wo will suppose, by way of illustra tion, that a practical herder has been engaged to run a iloolc, and In tho early morning, as tho first gray streaks gf dawn nppear in tho eastern sky, ho Rallies forth to take charge of his wooly flock, who arc just beginning to awake and leavo their bcilding-placo. If he is a Mexican ho looks extremely plot' nresquo In his bright bluo jacket, with Its doublo row of silver buttons, which, by tho way, avo not for use but solely for ornauiont, for a Mexican never buttons his jacket, clso ho would hide his gaudy calico shirt. On his nothor limbs aro leggings of leathor or buck skin to protect his logs from tho sharp thorns through which ho will bo forcrd to march. Those aro, kept in placo by a crimson, orangd or blue sash, over which is buckled a broad sash full ot cartridges. On his head is tho inovi tablo sombrero, wjth its ornamentation of gold and sllvejJace, If ho ...

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 May 1886

tt. fl REAL ESTATE FOR SALE, HIGHLAND COUNTY. Itlllsboro. Il.tu of uleveii room, Inrit" turn, Iwo cIric riiM( nil in uooil (.'uiiilltlun. House of leu rocmnMnner-fnlllne sprint:, Ann nrchnrcl mid garden, large pasture, suit utile furUtilr). nussell. House ii f nve rooms, In aood repair, 127). Krmh 1m Washington Tp ,157cres,u) acres ol lllnlier.Konil Improvement'. JIO nn ncre. Kunn In Wnsli hiulon Tp ,40 acics, SI.' nil acre, Kiirm In Ul ushered: T Onrrw, flr lni. tiriivomrntii.cood oirliniil, .13 acres uf timber, $7 an ncro. Kami In llruilicre rlt Tp , 1C1 ncrc (aruit In Plkn Co ) good Improtonients, fine orelinrd, 112 hii acre. Harm in Now Market Tp. SO ncres, good buildings, fine orelinrd, nil small frulls, tit nn ncre, Clinton County. Kunn In Clark Tp.. 210 ncres, fair Improve menu, Sijim ncre. Adams County. 1 met 111 Green fp.JCO ucres,unliniroeil, $S hii ncro. For sale on easy tcrnii. Si mil rt P. 8U01T, llillsboro, O. Administrator's Notice. "VTOTIOn Is hereby Riven that the u...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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