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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 2 December 1886

H LANGUAGE OP MONKEYS 1 How the Ma.-Ltke.Aras Chatter, Iuftk' and Eipreaa Their Anger. , In the way of language, monkoyi ' manifest tholr passion , emotions, de sires and fears by cries and postures, emphasized by significant accents, which vary with this spoctes. Monkeys nnd children, together with savages nnd unuducatod people of civilized, nations, manifest nn inclination to mimic tho gcsturc3 and motloni of nit persons wliom tliey seo. Wf tlilnlc that this tntft is especially prominent in monkeys, but thousands of instances might be citisd to show mankind, old and young, shares it with them. The uttlludo nnd tho sagacity of monkoys ' aro so human that soma savages bullovo that it is out of maliciousness that they do not talk. In fact, a monkey mlgh't pass for a dumb man, because he dons not articulate tho consonants clearly as wo do; but not nil men have this power of articulation In an equal do gree. Wo have stammerers by birtli tiiid by habit. Some savage tribes have it scanty...

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. — 2 December 1886

- 1 w!K iff rniaw t '.V' " . K SF K S' Ir" Professional Cards. Cards Interim Under Ihlj Hud m (oHom: 1 iiiciii per) ear "? yj Iik li, put year ' iliii'li ier 3 rti line of tiiistypcniakel Inch. J. H. POYt.B. W.S.RVDtRILL. iy .OTLK IWDISILL, DENTISTS, HILLHBOItO. O, UFPtcR-ln McKlhbon bloeK.H. High street. TltVtN Mcl. SMITH, i.TTOE.STE'X"-A.T -Ij-AW MILLS 110 110,01110. Hmllii's Block, cor. Main and High streets N Kt.HON H. LAFFEIITY, Physician and Surgeon, I1IL.U.SBUKU, UIIIU, otriCE-Mitln street, over DelwIler'Mttor. Kesl laiiee, Houth street , tint Uoor west of Os cur UinouV. inj20yl l!. II. CUM.MS. 'OUW A. C0M.1M. fOLLUCS COLLINS, ATTORNB-STS -A.T X.A.W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Ofkick Rooms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor. tier Main and High streets. A Notary Public Innfflce. mart! KVANS, DENTIST, HILLSBORO, O. Oikice Hibben block, formerly Herald office. TTABT & OABBETT, ATTOBNBTS AT IA.W, HILLSBORO, O. On it'is-Corner of Main anil High streets, Merchants' National Bank Building. f 1 KOKG...

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. — 9 December 1886

Co .. I ' THE NEWS-HERALD. ' ) ClWr ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., 6, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1886. VOL. 60 NO. 36 (Jss cbl t,t r- AL P V v . mi hvaPmjSui II" ,1 "2jlly3 ilAiuiiHBL TelU How, Ho Attended theSCinclnaati Opera Festival, and-jTalks Famil iarly of Thomas, Candidas, Bor tha Plerson and Gllllgan's Famous Whiskers. Bring mo my pen my hand (eels skil ful J and before the inspiration wears off just stand aside a few moments and give me room and I'll tell you all about it. I shall tell you how I went once more, a bashful, timid, trembling boy, into the cow, unreeling world, far away from the sweet, gentle influences of Hillsboro, and with my eyes open for the beautiful, and my ears unbuttoned for the euphonius, (and so on), I threw myself into a whirl of gaiety in the Queen City of the West (the post office name of which is Cin cinnati), and what I saw and what 1 heard. I saw nil the local celebrities from the Fountain to Andy Gilligan's whiskers, and I shall discour...

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. — 9 December 1886

A xe IT The News-Herald. THVROUAT. BIIKMBK 9. laSS. HILISUOUOl OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Mtt. Aktuuh's last words were 'Good wlgbt." Mtcn of the pork in Oregon It fattened on wheat. Cuttinw is actwally executing hit threat So lector. ' Queen Victoria baa now thirty living grandchildren. Tnc street cars ot Fensacola are to be ,run ly electricity. TE co. ton crop this year In Aikaasas mill reach MO.OOU bales. The Fni mors Alllanco Is said to have halt a mlllfon metnbeis. Mk. Guihtone has a rent-roll and land income of STU.UUUa year. Old-fashioned Yule cakes forCtaristmas re to be offered bi caterers. CucitcniLLlsnow called "Hashing Ran ly" bylrreverent Englishmen. A Uciaqts girl tried to bang herself be. eanse she as called a "Tomboy.1' Mr. BrumiEON and his enemy, the gout have gone to the South ot France. Hfiimas Oouiino, of Beverly, N. J., has died from the effects of n borsetfs atlng. The photographs of Mrs. Cleveland are in active demand in the City of Xexlco. Loan Woi.SEt.ev, as Adjut...

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. — 9 December 1886

i1 L I THE 1ESSAGL President Olovoland'a Second State Paper. Oecidediy Strong Ground Taken n Tariff Reduction. The CItII ftorrtM taws A Discussion of Our foreign lletatlona The lrulierles ttutstlou Catting Case. Etc. To the ConiTcsi of tho United Btntcst In discharge ot a Constitutional duty, and following a well established precedent in tho Executive omoc. I horewlih transmit to the Oongresx at Its rettasombllng certain informa tion concerning the state or tho Union, to gether with suoh recommendations for legis lative consideration as appear neoo-eary and expedient. OurGovi rnmen thas consistently maintained Its rolttionsof friendship toward all other power., and of ne ghborly Interest toward tboe whoso posscssloas are contigu ous to our own. UUU rOKKlOK ItXttATIOKS. Few questions bare arisen during the past year with other 11-overnments, ana none of thoso nro beyond tho reach of s ttlctnent In friendly counsel. Wo are as yet without, p o vision for tho settlement of claims of cit...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 December 1886

,r --t f t . . . "-"" iHOLIDAY $ GOOPSIM ' ' i ' '" . ' 1 ir yv nS r WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY UV TIIK News-Herald Publishing Oo'mpany, G. W. Barrere. Bebee Barren. E. R. Pltrson. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RA-TICS FOB ADVERTISING Made Known en Application. DECEMBER 9, 1886. Dan Latnont's message signed by G. Cleveland, Esq., is pretty good, consid ering that Cleveland was probably both ering around the office when it was writ ten. . .Said Grover 0. to Lamont D. now I can see how little I be fiddle dee dee (or IX. D. oh, where can wo together flee from "desuetude" and "ghoulish glee " ? and echo softly answered te-hel Jumping from the Brooklyn bridge isn't a bit of a novelty anymore. It's just as easy as falling off of a log. A would-be suicide did it Monday before last, but was picked up alive and kicking, and he still lives. This week has brought fortli many happenings for the news-gatherer to chronicle. It is inclined 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. — 9 December 1886

HOLIDAY QPENZXTG at G.W.SOWERS& CO.'S, DEC. 9th. V ,:l 1U 1 - & U The News-Herald. OffloBi Hoggtrd Bnlldlng, W. Mtn 8i DECEMBER 9, 1886 WILL. H. SHADE, Editor. Try Langdon's City Batter Crackers. Mr. J. W. Washburn, of Waverly, was in llio city last week. m Mr. "Toad" Ilogsett is to study law in tho office of his brother Hamer. Foil Sale Second-hand "Radiant Home" Bn tt "vr Call at this office. Miss Mm.t iiJutiitfiii, of Russell's, spent Saturday the guest of friends in this city. m All tho latest styles of ladles' fine shoes, custom made and a perfect fit, at I. A. Feiukl's. i m Miss Mattie Shannon, of Folsoin, was a recent guest of Misses Mattie Glenn and Lilian Garrett. Correct styles In el?gant stationery just in at Smith's Drug Store. Will be pleased to show yon. Mr. W..1v Tarrell. of Livnchhnrcr. spent Friday and Saturday visiting hi cousin, Mrs. James E. Van Pelt. A revival is in progress on Belfast Cir cuit, E. C. Pollard, pastor. Sixty-five oersons have united with ...

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. — 9 December 1886

V4.'1' xrW .V a it '. fe . it S& JS ' rw . The News-Herald. THDMUAT, BKCK! .MM. HILLSBORO. I t I OHIO UITTLE MARY DIED TO-DAY. The eunl ?ht bathes the Isndtoane fair. And Nature's faro it smll nr rl-d; How can she so much beautr wear, Whilo mr poor henrt u dtonplng ad The sVyboulil lie of somber crar, For I.ttlo .Marv d cd to lar. I hoar a annir b'rd in von tree, Tr II nir notes so aweet and clear; llow enn lie a nir no loj ouslv, Wh lc nil to mn see an dark and drearf J th nk ho should forbear hit lar. For little Mary died to day. 1 henr tho child ron In the street Tiso'r voices thr II my heart with pa'n. Tor no'er mv lamb with pritttWi sweet Shall croct mv llaten'ntr enr nsnln. How stranue to hear tho rh Idron play, When I ttle Mary died to-day. Mint 1 tako tip mr dally yoke, And tread tho weary path alnnef Alas! I hcnil I cneiith the strokot Mi blossom sweet forever (ronel T.tro s ilrnrot ov has llown away, For 1 ttle .Mary died to day. J can not realise the Mow Thnt lienrx m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 December 1886

fc. -K FOR 8UNDAY READING. BE PATIENT, HEART. Dear heart, nnd docs thjr Ball Impatient wait Upon tho silcnl soa, With not n breath of wind that, soon or lute, Mar waft thou tareh' to tun harbor Bate, Whcro thou would'st Kindly bo? lie patient, heart, nnd wait thy tltno to go; ne turn tho hour will come When cllhcr on tho tidal ohb or flow, Or when tho winds may soft or flercoly blow, Thy Clod will guido thoo home. 'TIs easier far to reef thy frosh-nlng gall Upon a strmy set. To hold within thv hand tho rudder frail, And bravely faco the comnu of the gale, Than safe und Idle bo. Vkf Ond, be iurc, has set lomo task for thee, All Mlo thoujtli thou art. Homo tas' whoso u-iurard form thou mayst not nop, Bomo work 3f Bidden meaning, though to tbee It seems nn Idlo part. 80 heart, dear heart, bo patient stilt, and wait Upon tho silent sea. Jn God's own tlmo tho wind, or soon or late. Will wnft thee safely to the harbor gate. Where thou s'mlt harpy be. -Afr. it. U. II. llaun, fri S. S. Time...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 December 1886

yv$ ? ' t . "n i t '- i. r"- t 31 iL Professional Cards. CarJi Inserted Under thlt Head as feHewt: I tin '., tryar .. - ?'! i It. i. ii, per ear 'iiiim' iicijvitr ...... ! Tun llnt'sof this typo ruakcl Inch. 1. u.noviiP. w.s.ntiMstLL. Dc kOVLK A BUniSlLL, IDE3STTISTS, HIIiUJUUHU, U. Ot lice In McKlbbeu block, H. High street, tuvix Men. smith, lliM-snoito, omo. Smith V, lllnclt.cor. Main and High street. -KI.SON H.LAFFKItTY, Phyoician and Surgeon, hillsboro, omo. umec-Mam street, over Detv Her store. Itesl in tee, Month s.treet,nrsWdtiiir westot Os t:iir l.-nionV. inyMjl l!. n. Citl.MttK. Joust A. roMiM. f"10I.MJCS COLLIN, ATTOBNBY8 AT X.A.W, H1LLSBORO, OHIO. lH'iiiT.RnnmN 1 and 2 Hmlth ltlnck. cor ner Main and High streets. A Notary I'ubllc In imrj. '"' a IIVANS, HILLSBORO.O. Oicti-n-Hlbbeu block, formerly Ilerild office. H 'A 1ST flAURETT, ATTORNEYS -A.n? LAW, HILLS UORO.O. urm'K-lWuer of Miiin and lligli streetn. Mere-hunts' National Bank xiuiming -1 liOKOE It. GAKDNEB, ttiLLsnoRo...

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. — 16 December 1886

My- Tr.- '; Ccil.dC SUnrwaST " - . 1" sjT--. -- JHllW4A.JMfW4 - -wavM- swuwwrwsr T "f" i.jisssawcjst. "a' wwi. -- a - WWW (O. Uk.' tI art.-.! JSMtJ? --- - D' ; u ;' .if .Mon si . .-' i ' J Hi?. r I LL , P .dI" i i f NEWS-HERALD. ro n i .,- , '"i'--;fcfiV ".i '' , . 1 (Mil !"' . ' ' . ' V J'il3ii ' , .K , "TsiaM bm sw asa 1HE 'EEXBLISHBD 1837. - " i'i Viil - HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Q., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1886. VOL. 50--NO. 37 ' HI! ir K y (Joes Odcn Again Up and Down Pict uresque Bayou Tcche A Word About Joe JeffersonyPlanta- tlon and Something About ' , Ills Impersonation of Rip VanWInkle. A tew weeks ago I wrote ol a New Year's Eve and night in tho "Teche country" of southern Louisiana. Al though this mny seem mis-connected by tho "scribbles" upon other subjects in tho past two weeks I shall begin where I left off nnd continue upon my pilgrim age. And a happy pilgrimage it was how happy only those will realize who know how natuaally 1 took to roaming and how innate is my love ...

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. — 16 December 1886

rba n ,Vf The News-Herald. nmuAt. Mcmu mhh iHlLLSHORtt i ,i OHIO CURRENT TOWCS. i Tn orange crop ha beta a dead fallnre Id Louisiana. Geneeal O. O. Howard cries for defenses tor the Pacific coast On New York lady lay oat f 100 a year an items (or a pet dog. Fnatain Area hare devastated 3,500,000 , cree in Texas f,bla year. Connecticut hai 80,714 acres ot oyster cround under cultivation. Nine pearl peas, in a half-open golden .pod, make a new halr-pia. Snow Is lying two and one-halt (set deep ia portions of Hew Hampshire. In Lehigh County,Pa., turkeys are driven to market In drores, like cattle. PawioiXT Cleveland sared abont $25, J0O, frost his first year's salary. Tna Austrian government has prohibit ed the American game of poker. "Scnskt" Cox says it is like being la .Paradise to get back to America. CniCAoo has a toboggan elide 709 feet oag aad Brooklyn one 20 feet high. A man in Newfoundland claims to hare vaught a codfish weighing 113 pounds. A seem Charlestonian is selling sam...

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. — 16 December 1886

V V V I s V MR. MANNING'S POLICY; The Flnanolal Aims of the Admin istration Outlined. Soma Hovel Propositions Adtnnced In Ilia Hr port or th. Secretary or the Treasury Silver, Debt-Parian and tteilnc. Man of Taxation Discussed. ,. TRB riMAKCES. Wasskotow, Dee. 8. The annual report of Hon. Daniel Manning, Secretory ot the Treas ury, la a heart document of nearly twenty-four thousand words. The main features of the re port are at follows : Mil HLTBB QtTMTIOV. The report la opening calls attention to tho change of front of Great Britain on the Mirer question. For years the British Government had Insisted on keeping to her own preferences regarding the choice ot monetary metal and the minting. "In January of the - present tear, however, a correspondence was opened between two de partments of tho British Executive (by the In dian office with the treasury), which marked the point of a new departure, which resulted In September In tho creation of tho Royal Gold and Silver Commission. Its c...

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. — 16 December 1886

..-T,. -.j-. f-S2rXl, asm S i. .' M'! ' I o5 ,! . ' y, nakA&4i j i ' . & j P & A . - .eV .&' 4T A' .-JS5 x- viS?, oS? .v SS .8' . vV c ..sk . w . ' .A- sas . v w rer -ss. .a- ,,- sssw xSy . - r - $r 4r WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. n i 1 1"i iirtiii HI ii " rlle1MM,M,aMiaaaa BVJBBWBBaBaaji FiBBBBW aBBBBBhl BBBaMl BBaaaaBBBBVJi JaaaaBA SBBBBBIiBBBaBii .a. aasaaasBj BVaaeaa. eaeaVJa. aBBBBBBBBaaw ejeBBBBBU,. I.i f, a MilF-lFllWr fTfl I& iF v IE II11r11iSlD&00 -J ! SB a U . X m, -M -M"M " -- 'ST -1 Ml ST ,' r r"Vfll ,. i"-.- - -" . -, , -1 . . i i ." X uA The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY mr TllE News-Herald Publishing Company. , G. W. Barrere. Bebee Barrere. subscription, v.so a vear in aovance. RAi'ES FOR ADVEBTI8INO Made Known on Application. DECEMBER 16, - 1886. Dots any Wly know of n innn named Denver? a Highland will never have cause to be ahamcd of Ben Foraker. Tho militia system of this country.hns made great strides forward within the last fi...

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. — 16 December 1886

r . - l. pr HOLIDAY GOODS AT G. W. BOTHERS & CO.'S. n&g y -r T V K The News-Herald. Offlwii Hoggard Building, W. Main St. DECEMBER 16, 1886 s,, WLIi. H, SHADH, Sditor. ' Tfy' Lsngdon's City Butter Crackers. Mr. Ed. L. Bonn, of Georgetown, was in this city Saturday. Mm. C. H. Collins was a recent visitor to Cincinnati and ISatavltt. Mr. Olllo Hughes is rending law with Mesirs. DeBruin & Hogselt. Mr. .T. Jr. Tomkins, of Ithaca, N. Y., was in tlio city last Thursday. We pay 'the highest price for Wheat at " Hiestad & Cowman's. One of Hillsboro's hoys in Cincinnati is soon to be married. Now guess awhilo. Mr. 15. S. McDonald, of Bond Hill, O., Was in this city on business last Thurs day. Miss Mary Boatright, of Russells, spent Sunday with her friend, Miss . Mario Amen. Mr. "PIur" Fields renewed acquaint ance with many old friends here the lat ter part of last week. Stationery boxes containing 25 envel opes and 25 sheets paper from 10c. to $1 per box at Smith's Drug Store...

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. — 16 December 1886

v. ft l-l I (', The News-Herald. THlltHBAY. iiCKHMCa I. lllLl.SHORO. t t i OHIO "SMILES FOR BABY'S SAKE." A Ttm tacldaat. Ion uk me whr I smile to day, Thotmh vesterdsr I wept. And though for weary weeki as well, Qrlof's vla-lls I hare kept. You po'nt to the sinull grave that llei Beneath that old elm tree. And wonder what ha dried the tears Which flowed so ceaselessly. .' Ah. friend, last n'Bht, before I elopt, Tho tears fell all too fast, Tilt weart nature fa ntod. and Sweet slumber ramo at last Then esme n dream Methomrhtlsaw A trnrden fair nml swoct, W hero relirnnd a wondrous harmony, k. And beauty all complete And H'ttirtjr softlr hero and there. In robes of spotless white, A hot or little ones I saw, lA'.l radiant and tirlght: And In each I ttle hand they boro A lamp with trlowin r name Then, inlil.it the h nlnir nnjrel throng, Mu owu wee darling camo. Wllliln ber dimpled, baby-band A little lamp she bore: But oh. dear friend. Its tight wrj dim. And tllckered o'er and o'er. A...

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. — 16 December 1886

a x t K FOE OURYOUNO FOLKS. RECIPE FOR CHEERFULNESS. Cone, children. Mid lUton awhile to mr on On the brewlav of che rfutness, pure and stronir: For not every method li suro to succeed. And tblf one, you'll nnd, will yield just what you need. , Recipe. First look to your heart, and bo snreyou take oare Towaahall the selfishness out that Is there; An ounce of Indulgence then take In your nana. And of patience, well tried, what amount you command (For wit h these, note It well, you can not dis pense). And stir them well round with an ounce of (rood sense. A drop, too, of lethe now add to the three. For It sets you from pain and old grievances free. A dash of (rood humor then fling In the bowl. And a touch of Bno wit to give taste to the whole. Add a touch of self-confldenco now, and be sure To remember a little cool blood to procure. An ounoe of quiet courage, and perhaps 'twould be best To add a good handful of hope to the rest. Mix well, so that smoothness and sweetness you gain. An...

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. — 16 December 1886

Jtr ....;-' s,rxzistvui?,'.i4K ;mut!flifio:i:-j SftfWiSjrreaHOHOYiwwttw Professional Cards. Cirds Interna Under Milt HtMl m fallows! '1 1, itii, per enr - ......;...4I') ',( liii'lit per ear 4 iii)' iei enr ..... t r-n llnmot tiilstypeinuke 1 1 nob. 1. H.llOYI.E. W.S.KCDHILL. -OVLK At KUM-ttLL, IDEISTXISTS, HILLSBORO, O. OrricK-lu, McKtnueu block, 8. High street. TltVIX MrD. SMITH, lilMJUIOKO.OUIO. Imltli' Block, cor. Main and Hlgb streets. TkKLSOX B.LAFFERTY, Physician and Surgeon, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Ulrica Main street', over Del viler' store. Kvaliionce, South street, tint iloor wemot Os mr l.i-niouV. mtlNyl C. H. COLLINS. JOHN a. rot.M us. S-lillXlXS COLLINS, ATIOBITBTB A.T I1.A.W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Ukfice Rooms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor tier Main mid High streets. A Notary Public In office. mar24 4 KVAK8, IDEITT'IST, HILLSBORO, O. Oieicc Bibben block, formerly Herald office. TTAUT & QABRETT, ATTORNEYS A.T X.A.W, HILLSBORO, O. UrtlVK Corner ot Main and High streets, Merchants' Na...

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. — 23 December 1886

Tra - ..--- (M UttTl: sqPTJ'' "WJ ? r x f t THE NEWS-HERALD. , t j JU f , n ! " T ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAISTD CO., O.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1886. VOL. 60-NO. 38 u -s I -CM? Jr1 t THE SCENERY Of the Earth in the Carbon iferous Ages, " As Seen by a Spirit From the Red Planet Maris, Whlfih Spirit, In M Unguarde Meaeit, Dropped llgk. Down i Oar Midst and Told a Dream er Alt About It. A Paper of Great lnteraaVnnd ltere Lit erary Merit Read Before n Recent Meeting of the Chantaogun circle. i On a chill November evening, not long ago, I sat before the grate in ray study vaguely conscioftr of jt. feeling of snug comfort inipnrted by the glowing embers of the coal fire. While so situated reclining at ease in my, comfortable arm-chair I fell to musing upon tho vast energies imprison ed in tho black lumps of carbon that I had heaped upon tho fire energies that, sot free and guided by the intelligence of man, are capablo of supplying the power requisite to put in motion all the mi...

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. — 23 December 1886

1 U tt .", 7. n ,W The News-Herald. TMVIUiAV. SttlKMsMMI .! HILLSHOKU i i t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. A iaoomotivb that explode is in toy. A llicaioui woman kicked a bear to death. Tni widow of General Grant It lxty yean old. St. Louis la agitating the question of a crematory. Joan Dat U the name of a river In Wash tag Territory. BoiiiT railing U becoming an Important industry In Nevada, Cbas. Patterson, of Mason City, 111., hot eighty rabbiU In one day. Tna wlteof Piince Knmatsu, of Japan, stresses la the height ot fashion. At Queen Victoria's table there If alwayv a servant to every two guests. Oni of Martha Washington's letters sola aU auction not long since lor 1151. Mm. Path was offered $6,000 a night U alng in concert iu South America. Kiss Susas B. Aktuo.it is in Washing son lo byiug for woman's suffrage. Cincinnati is promised a large reduction la the price of ga. iu the near future. E.NTsnp rising Kansas City gentlemen are preparing an elaborate toboggan slide. A sister-in-law o...

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