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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 October 1886

Y I 1 V K The News-Herald Offloei Boggard Building, . Main St OCTOBER IS, 1886 Try Lntigdon's City Butter Crackers. School books and school supplies at Detwiler's. Mrs. G. B. Gardner visited relatives in "Washington O. H., last week. There will be a dime social held in the College parlors next Friday evening. m Mr. Mood Mosier left last week to at tend a business college at Springfield. We pay the highest price for Wheat at Hiestand & Cowmas'h. Bargains in watches and jewelry at J. ttayler & Son's. Sign of tho big watch. Olin J.Jtoss will make a Prohibition speech to-day (Wednesday) at Athens. 1 i Mr. Charlie Fenner left last week to enter the Normal school at Valparaiso, Ind. ' A nnmber of our citizens attended the Georgetown and Washington Fairs last week. , .Miss Lizzie Richards, accompanied by Master Fred, left yesterday morning to visit friends in Lebanon, O. Mrs. Lizzie Brown, of Chilllcothe, has been the guest of friends and relatives in this place for the past week. ...

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. — 13 October 1886

m 5i I- Ihl ' LK Btf i tt'VH? , r i . The News-Herald. WtMOBAT, CTOBMI la. ISM. HILLSHORO. i i I OHIO. MY NEIGHBOR'S BABY "nift art Hie uansrmaJtf rs." A sturdy, fair-haired laddlo wan itoeor, my neianDor s son, Willi the innocent look In hi blue or n lifn that has lust bctun. M'hcu I soo a crimson dress. Hear a wcet, chlld-voico at plar, It nlwam, somehow, reminds mo Of tho baby orer the way. lie was two jear old that summer, 1 had never noticed the child, Till imoiiin, whon I was passlnr, lie looked through Ihogato and amlled. Ho made a pretty i cturo, With the huh llcfit on h a hair; Ho wore a red dress 1 remomber, And his little feet wore bare. 1 had alwa) n weakness for chlld-on, So I stopped and spuko to the lad Ho told mo what bis namo whs. And how mnny kittens bo had. Ho filled m hands with blossoms. In spite or nil I could say. Then 1 fted his face to Kiss his lleloio I turnod away. Ig-uess I may as well tell you. That my ne'ithborand 1 were well, Kowlvo begun tho slnry, 1 ...

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. — 13 October 1886

,i ' y "Y k I X JW ENTIRELY TOO PREVIOUS. A Parable tte WhoM Moral Can be) drat)) by tha Weakest Intellect. 1. A certain man went down from Way Back, which is In Connecticut, to New York. And tho samo was exceed tag fly in his own opinion. 2. Now it catno to pass that as he entered the city a stranger in fine rai ment accosted him, saying: How is it, with thee, Johtol, and whon leftest thou Podunk Center? 3. And the traveler said unto htm My namo is not Jehlel, neither am I from Podunk Center. Then tho stran Ser seemed much surprised and said: xi thou not Jehlel, the son of Joshua? 4. And the man from Way Baok an swered and said: Nay, I am Jotham, tho son of Jeremiah, whose surname is Williams, nnd behold I am this day come from Way Back. 6. Then did tho stranger marvel much at the startlinir resemblance of Jotham, the son of Jeremiah, to Jehlel, the son of Joshua. And he went his way wondering greatlr. 6. But Jotham smiled a quiet but comprehensive smile, saying unto himself: Perad...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 October 1886

-Al TfV i- ? ' SSSu Professional Cards. Cirdt IikmM UMw thlt Hm4 m toNm: I uiuli,tsryear 10 X Inch, per your i i " , men, per year.... ................ J Ten lines of mis type wake 1 luoh. I. H. hoy i.e. W. B.RCDIStl.t.. Df Of LK BtmmiLi., 33B2JTTIS07S, HIM.SBORO, O. OrrtCR-lo UeKlbben block, H. High street. N ELSON B.t.AFrKBTY, Physician and Burgeon, HILL9BUKU, UU1U. Omcc-Maln atreet, over Detwllsr's store. Kmlilence.HoMli street, first Uoorwestof Os--r Lemon'. m26yl C. U. COLLINS. JOHN A. COLLINS. pOLUHS COLLINS, ATTORNSTB AT L.A.'W, IIILUSBORO, OHIO. Oprir-c-Rooiiu 1 Btul2Hmllti lllnch, cor ner Mln ana HUH rtreew. A Notary Fnbllo hi ofHiM, mar21 A EVAMS, 13B25TTIST, UILLSBORO.O. OrEtcE Hlbben block, formerly Herald office. TTABt QABBKTT, AITOBNEYS AT X.A.W, HILLSBOKO, O. OrricE Corner or Main aud HIsU street, Merchant' National Uank Bulldlug. "I KOBGK B. GABDHER, ATTOBNBy AT? IjA.-W UILLSBORO.O. Ornca-Over Kelbel'a Clothing Store. ' A BARMAN, HILLSBORO, O. Office Southeast corner...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 October 1886

'&1 .V d" '7'. f?T'- r-' ..- w mm ,HW eww X (fffA ' V k v .y- Alt i" ' A,' -v ,J .L'f.ll-Jii.0t1.l t f j v - ) A V .a j a!'' in 'r 1 1"' M I r ' t""l j I . : ,: J.. I. 1 1.11 . f 1. 1. ,ll! ! , t 'IH 'V ST- 1T- i J - 'fj- Hi. Tut t I - I' s -u - f .PC mi n4 ', fH f '. '.'.If; ...n i.- "V vOjH f't-I i .. I. fe 'lit : .' .l " "J ' O' I' ;r . t " " k" N JpP'Vf tMassBBBLV NTERESTS WOULD AGAINST The "Tariff For Revenue 0ljr"Attltad of tb Ohio Democracy alfaaaeeto Oni Laborer, Wool-Grower and Manatee tarers. The present attitude of the Democrat of Ohio on the tariff question is a menace to every interest in the state agricultural, commercial and manufacturing a well as I dangerous threat to the workinginan. Thl party in its platform boldly declares for tariff for revenue only, and declares a pro tective tariff robbery. It practically in dorses the Morrison tariff bill, in whici wool is put on the free list, and the tariff ot all other articles either removed or reduced to next to noth...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 October 1886

Af l I - i vtw ' f"i)''; 1L x $ T X y k LIVING ISSUES. Discussed by Senator John Sher man. CLEVELAND'S ADMINISTRATION IN VT8 TREATMENT OF SOLDIERS AND THE COUNTRY. Mlsclng Speech on Lira Subjects, Includ 1st National Administration, the Tariff atvd Democratic Crimea In Ohio. Hon. John Shannon in bli speech at Ports mouth, O., September 24, after reviowlng the records of the Republican and Democratic parties tor the past thirty years said: "The Democratic party, by a vote of the electoral collage, is now in control of the executive branch of the government. Urover Cleve land, who lived and moved and had his being during all these years in Buffalo, N. Y., without showing a particle of feeling or sym pathy.for the Union cause, without a name or a record as a citizen or soldier until he was recently elected sheriff of his county, is now president of the United States. This is a remarkable fact, and the causes which led to it are well worthy the consideration of the America a people. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

. "i-tJ.E -4 i Pft -- f -"- ji-n..'!' THE NEWS-HERALD. - W . -U It ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 29 - f - t 7 GERMANY. Tho Homo of the Celebrat ed Composer, Bee thoven. Bonn and Cologne Entertaining ' ly Written Auout-"John Bnll" Comes on tho Scene. A Postscript, In which Oar Corre spondent, after a Few Remarks j Abont Phonography, etc., Bids Us Good-byo for a Short Time. Cologne, August 14th, 188(5. Editor News-Herai.1) : Bonn, fre quently mentioned by Facitus, and probably by Drusus, was one of the first Roman fortresses on the Rhine. The Roman Castrum was .very extensive and stood near the end of the modern Stein way, to the north of tho town ; as is proved by excavations made botii re cently, and in the beginning of the present century. In tho Middle Ages, .Bonn was a place of little importance until 1207, when the Archbishop of Cologne transferred his residence and seat of government hither. The Ger man Kings, Frederick ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

f I'. ' ' ti L- ir':f.rr.i The News-Herald. MAT. OCfWWm M. IMS. tDXLSBORO. t i t OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Skweii gns Is destroyed by electricity In London under a process dovlscd by Hartley Fcwsom, and the efficacy of the plan is endorsed by several sanitary in spectors, health officers and others. Sir Julius Von Haas, tho geologist, Bays tho geysers in Yellowstone Park will soon develop into volcanoes, as those of New Zealand have recently done. Where woro several hot goysers and a beautiful lako thero aro now thrco mud volcanoes in full blast Compared with a young man named Godcan, in Paris, Dr. Tanner was a heavy-weight gourmand, if a recent number of the Figaro can bo relied upon. This Godcau is said to have lived five years without ever tasting a mouth ful of food or drinking a drop of water. The world's blind are computed to number about 1,000,000, or about one -sightless person in every 1,400 inhabi tants. Tho proportion is greatest in Egypt and least in New Zealand. Ger many...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

r V r FOR SUNDAY BEADING. A HARD MASTER. The devil has plenty of sorvlcet He keeps all his agent at work. And suffers no one to be Id Uv Or Blre them r moment to shirk! And rm certain that nil who've tried It Will frankly and linncitly say That fpr any kind of labor The devil a the poorest pay. He will start a carouse or a racket, And promise iou plenty of fun; But all you will cot for your trouble la to pay for the mischief tou've donet For the devil's a tricky fellow, And wilt manage himself to escape, While he lonves his sad dupe in his folly, To bear all the blame of the scrape. Ho tells you of Joy In the wlno-cup, Good-fellowship, laughter and mirth. But he hints not tho woo that will follow, With all that Is bitter on earth. He points you to freedom! a prison Is often the end of j our hope; He'll leave you at last but n bailor. And make you pay dear for tho rupo. He a-lorles In falsehood and mischief. Turns neighbors and fr.ends into foes. Makes gossip and scandal and tattle. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

. if . rVr (. i The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY TUB News-Herald Publishing Company. S.W. lantrt. MMlantrt. E. R.PittMn. VIMCMNJON, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE, RATES BKR ADVSJRTISINa- Made Known n Application. OCTOBER 20, 1886. ( Republican State Tioket. For Secretary of State, JAMES 8. ROBINSON, of Hardin. Judge of the Supremo Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. Clerk of the Supreme Court, URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. Commissioner of Common Schools, E. T. TAPPAN, of Knox. Member Board of Public Works, M. W. HAHN, of Richland. Member of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY, of Highland. Common Pleas Jndpe (lone term), HENRY M. HUGGINS, ot Highland. Common Pleas Judge (short term), W. EDGAR EVANS, of Roes. Tndge of Circuit Court, THOMAS CHERRINGTOX, of Lawrence. Republican County Ticket. Auditor, GEORGE W. LEFEVRE, of Madison. Commissioner, J. M. FOUST, of Clay. Infirmary Director, E. V. GRIM, of Penn. , REPUBMCAN MEETIW. Hon. W. W. Curry, of Indiana, Hills bo ro,' Monday, October...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

t The News-Herald. Office i Hoggard Building, W, Main St. OCTOBER 20. 1880 Fine line of Bros. toothbrushes at Garret Mr. Kil. Wiwldell, of Greenfield, spent Sunday at this place. m Court began last Monday with Judge Huggins on the bench. For perfumeries (the finest in the land) go to Garrett Bros. Miss llattie Chnney is visiting rela tive In Washington C. II. Miss Mary Mosier attended the Green field fair lost Thursday and Friday. Wo pay the highest price for Wheat at Hieotand & Cowman's. Mrs. S. E. Mackey, of Olathe, Kan., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Kibler. m Miss Byrd Pugsley, of South Charles ton, is the guest of friends and relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Quinn, of Madison Mills, visited friends in this city a few days last week. Rev. W. C. Helt, of tho Hillsboro Fe male College, occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian Church last Sunday. - You can always get tho top of the market for your wheat at Model City Mills. II. & C. Mrs. Mary Johnson, of Woost...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

k: ? y The News-Herald. WKDNKftBAT. OCIwBBB M. IMC hillshoro. OHIO. OVER THE CROSSIN'. "Hli'nn shine, hot? Yc see I'm luest dlen' Tr turn yer two boots Inter glass Where yo II seeall i.ie sights In tho winders Ithout lunkm' up as ycr pass Seen mo before? I've no doubt, sor: I'm nunctnoal haar, ycr know, Watfn' nlnnf the croM n' l'ur a little Mil', name o' Joe; My brothor, nor, an' a'cutp tin' lla'ly turned seven an' mall, nut irettin' hi llvln' irad'oly Tonitin' a bit uv a stall Fur Mlllerklnolown the ar'nue: Ver Mil t et that vming- im' 'R smart "Worked rlirhl n like n vet' run Since tho old tin' gin 'im a start. "Kolk sav bo's a picture o' father, hce mate o" the I.itsv I.co loet iihen Joo wor a babr, Wav off 'n ome furrln' sea. Tlien mother Itep' us together, Thomjh nohodv thouirht slip would, An' worked an slirtednn' froze nil' starved ITz Ioiir H7 over she onuld An' since she died an' left us, A coup'o o' s ears ago, MVi e kep' r ht on In Crasg- Alley A houekcopln' I an' .too I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

- f " ' EGYPTIAN CITIES. TUa local History or Handrada of One Protswrout Towns Alone tho Nil. Upon some ipot of rising ground mbove the level of tho annual Inunda tion a tew mud huts nlustnr round a rude sanctuary. Tho hut-dwellers mul tiply; the village spreads; tho sanctuary Is enlargod or rebuilt. As time goes on the village becomes a town; tho town becomes a city; and the temple, trariched by successive generations of Kings, Governors and pious donors bo comes a vast historical aggregate of chapels, halls, courts, avonues, pylons and sacred enclosures. By and by, whother ravaged by foreign foes or shattered by some convulsion of nature, the splomlfd structure falls Into partial ruin. Hereupon the degenerate princes of a later age, careless of the past and eager to raise some momorial of their own unovcntful rule, lay profano hands upon the monumonts of their great predecessors, cut them up for building material and use them in tho con struction of debased imitations of earlier s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1886

Professional Cards. Caret Uierted Useer Hilt Head at Mtowt: 1 1 miti, ryer , men, vr year U inch, par year Ten lines of tuts type make 1 Inch. ..110 I, H.DOYI.E. W.B.RODIMM.. I xovi.k nunisux, DEISTTISTS, HltiLSDORO, O. IFFIOK-Iti MoKlbben block, H. High street, "" Physician and Surgeon , HILLSBORO, OHIO. ii..pnirMln atrnAt. nvmr Detvller's Store, KfKlUeuoe, Houln street, first tloor wel of Os- mr i.einon's. ""!' C II. rat.Lim. JOHN A. COLLINS. 1IIM.INH tt COLLINS, ATTORMBT8 A.T X.A.W, HILLHHOHO. OHIO. OrrtCK-Rooms 1 and 2 8m I 111 Block, cor tier Main and High streets. A Notary Public In office. mr" a KVAMS, DEISTXTST, HILLSBORO.O. Uiuce Hlbben block, formerly Herald office, TXABT ft OABBETT, ATTOBNBVS -A.T X.AW, HILLSBORO.O. Orrick Corner of Main and High streets, Merchants' National Bank Building. 1EOBOEB, QABDNER, A.TTOiaiSrB'X" .A.T Xi-A-W BILLSBORO, O. Orricc-Over Felbel's Clothing Store. HABHAK, A.arTOB.iirs'X" jt . Ii-A-W HIL.1V9BUKU, u. OFricB Southeast corner Main and High...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1886

m m i4l rsi Tft' THE NEWS-HERALD; Gi VVrl 1 -, r jojwi 'Kht ?i ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 30 Our? C :tczii jL Co I TRAMP PRINTER Indulges in Incidental Re marks, And Goes Into the Reflection Business Regarding the Sub ject of Matrimony. Home Ideas Suggested by the Thought- less Htep of Barrere II. A True Tale of the Tombs (Not Belat lag to the Weddlag)' Cariosity. 1 How doth the busy little Be ImprOTe each shining hoar Gathering hooey all day long From every opening flow't I !m the Araltto. If there's any one thing In this wide - and unhappy world calculated) make a fellow feel bluer than another, it is to realize that he has to stay at home and write stuff for the paper, while he whose hired man the fellow is, is away getting joined in the holy bonds of matrimony and having a picnic. It is not inclined to arouse my literary inspiration to real ize that while I am nearly as handsome and nearly as old and nearly as rich as ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1886

t Til" r- Tju w -. 1 VV. rX ' f 4' r;: $!o few. ffr.' The News-Herald. WNEkAT, OCTOBBB 17. IBS, HILLSUORO. oma TOPICS OF THE DAY. Bismarck insists upon tho preserve, tlon of tho poaco in Europe, and to that end is supplying tho cnt'iro Ger man army with ten-cartridge repeating riiles. m In spite of continued protests wall paper is still tho sources of poison by means of nrsonic. Of cighty-oigl.t sam ples examined sixty weio found to con tain arsenic, fourteen having much rsenlc, seven having n trace of arsenic, nine having considerable arso- Jc A pahtt of sportsmen from Saginaw, Mich., who were deer hunting,, ex hausted their supplies after four days of tramping, and, as they had killed no game, had nothing to cat They met a lumberman and asked for aid. Ho chased a largo buck into the river, killed it with a pike-polo and divided the car cass with the city sportsmen. C. D. White, of tho National Museum At Washington, has settled the question about tho morality of the sparrow, by giv...

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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. — 27 October 1886

Ka r I v IV The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Building, W. Main Bt OCTOBER 27. 1886 Oar Next 1-sne. In order to gtve our r i dors the result of next Tuesday's election we will not issuo our paper until Wednesday even' ing, one day later than usual. Next Tuesday is election day Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Fine line of toothbrushes nt Garret Bros. Miss Sarah Murphy left last Thursday to visit friends in Chillicothe. Ask your grocer for Foerster's city but ter crackers. They are the best. For perfumeries (the finest in the 1 and)go to Garrett Bros. aa. Miss Bertha Brldwoll visited relatives and friends in Leesburg last week. We pay the highest price for Wheat at Hiestand & Cowman's. For making salads, get a bottle of that fine salad oil, sold only by Garrett Bros, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richards left Wed nesday of last week to visit relatives in Newark. Mr. Ed Hart, of Columbus, with his newly made bride, made Hillsboro a fly ing visit last Thursday. m Mr. David Beeson, of Canto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1886

J. .. i " ;." "i V- I 1 It 5. ? tr i ' i ' The News-Herald. ItMlNIAOAT. OCTOBCB T, ISM. hillsuouo. t omo. A SPLENDID WOMAN. No Greek, no French, and but ono verb of Liit n: Of higher mathematics none to boast; With far more loo for simple lawn than satin, l'or unadorned she seems to shine the most , . A novice In high art, Its lore disdaining. Ami novor g-ulltr of a Mipphlo verv: Of 'lerpslchore slight knowledge still rotaln in, . . Sad loses thoso, and yet It might be worse. Modest and brave where moral strength Is needed: Kis and graceful gentle, and refined: In cullnnri' art high rank conceded. In hotp tallty to trouble blind Unostentatious In her mild demeanor. Cotirt'ious and animated full of life; rcrcliumo jou may or uny not yet have seen her: , Perhaps j ou ony hltn who calls her wife. Tho iroildps Tash'on sho .may roverenoo sl'ghtl)-, . . Yet, like her sex, hare due regard for dross A tntnsr no woman ran pas ovor lightly Hithoiit oxnt'on ami ome mild d stress. And )ctnn Iro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1886

u .. FOB SUNDAY BEADING. IN DUE SEASON. "In dao niMi we shall reap If wo faint not." -r.nl. el. 9. Patikkc. "tn duo season." Boe to yon patient tiller of tho land tfeatterlnir his teed, and ringing H he sowsf P Think row ho (nigh, or weary waiting know, Before the fruit bn ready to bit hmid Surely ho sees that weoks and months mult How. That rain and lunahlne, da) and night suc ceed, Knoh nurturing Recording tn Its nrod The tiny grain, before the full ear blow. Bo. too, oh laborers In Clod's fair Hold I Bowlnjr tnoro procluu seed. In h llursoll, .Weep not If time rewards not all our Hill, If lores own labor seems no fruit to yield; BA naHnilt Int. thn aactIm . nf faith f i Pierce through tho ripening senaons that I must roll To God's -duo time," tho harvest of tho soul, When fulsomo life shall spring from seeming death. Pbmbvkbahcsj. "If we faint not." When tho stormy tempests sweep across the earth, ) Down boating, may be, many atender plant: Or when the sun lis scorching rays asla...

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. — 27 October 1886

.)? V vv t-"A.t.' if n fsV.1 rrnt'.yr, av i- r nra i n tf R be.: m j S I , The News-Herald. fflUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THK Wews-Herald Publishing Company. iW. Barren. Bebee Birrere. E. R. Plerun. VMCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATK8 FOB ADVEBTI8INQ Mad Known on Application. OCTOBER 27, g- . 1886. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, JAMKS 8. KOB1NSON, of.'llnrdin. Judge of the Supreme Court, MAMSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. Clerk of the Supreme Court, URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. Commissioner of Common Schools, E. T. TAPl'AN, of Knox. Member Board of Public Works, M. W. IIAHN, of Richland. Member of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY, of Highland. Common Pleas Judge (long term), HENRY M. HUGGIXS, ol Highland. Common Pleas Judge (short term), W. EDGAR EVANS, of Ross. Tudge of Circuit Court, THOMAS CHERRINGTON, of Lawrence. Republican County Ticket. Auditor, GEORGE W. LEFEVRE, of Madison. Commissioner, J. M. FOUST, of Clay. Infhmary Director, E. V. GRIM, of Penn. len. S. ...

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