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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 January 1887

;f - ", 1 r t if fey V ki w IP The Niew)j-gei4LU5w?hM'J'y Rt i ... ,i . ii - n . . ... m... -. i , -.. Offloai Soggard Bnllding, W. Main it sV: JANUARY 6, 18! WILL. H. SHADB, Bditor. "10,090 pounds Sort Hoap wanted. ' J. 8. ELL1FRITZ k CO. , Court begins.next, Monday.r n Mr. CI M? Lliley visited oiumGus'hrf latter part of last week. , e, 4 A telephone has lately been placed In Hugh Ervin's livery stable. Born, early Ejumlay morning, to Rev. and Mrs. Davis Wi Clarka son. Miss Blanche Jones visj ted Miss Etta Weller, near Leesburg, last week. ., m Mr. A)vx Cruin is in this city alter an absence of many years In the West. Mr. Mike Ox ieft Tuesday morning for Vicksburg, Miss , to visit relatives. The Chautauqua Circle meets this eve ning; at the'residence of' Mr. Geo. Boles Miss Ollle and Master Willie Durnell spent the holidays with relatives at East Monroe." Miss Jessie Fulton', ofXynchburg, spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mame Haller. , L' Mr. John Terrell, bf near Lynchburg, cam...

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. — 6 January 1887

VH. iV.V, i i) Kr m , 1. IV. H y-t v The News-Herald. TncitftStAir. JACAitY a, isar. HIL1.SH0RU. OHIO MEAT FOR BABES. Stuff tho school children; All up the head of thom i Send them oil lesson full homo to the bed of them, Blackboard and exercise, problem Mid ques tions Bother their youns brains and spoil their di gestion I Stuff them with 'olojrles, all thejr oan smatter at; Sill them with 'ometrles, all they can batter at; Crowd thom with 'onomies. all thi hoy can chatter When they nro through with tho labor and at; sdow or II. What do they care lor It, what do thoy know olltf Feed tbem and cram them with all aorta of knowledges: .... . . Rush them and push them throagh high sohools and colleges ; Koep the hot kettle on, boiling and frothing; Marks count for everything, death counts for nothing; Rush them nnd push them while they'votho will for It; Knowledge Is great, though many you kill for It J Pile on tho taxes to pay you tho bill for it; Urge them and press them to htghor ambi...

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. — 6 January 1887

-: -fy MHm V U ;,S'&7 9 t -. K r i . flffii 4KlHc POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thli powder oarer vanee. A mtrrel of purity, strength and wholeeomeness. More economical tun the ordlutrr kindi, end can not be eoM In oompetitlon with the mnltitade of low teat, thort weight alam or phosphate powder. Dot onty in cans. Uotax, Bajcixa Powdi Co., 106 Wall street, N. X. a29jl CHMSTMAST Christmas is coming, it soon will be here, Filling such heart with kindness and cheer; Giving its gifts to those that we love Symbols of God's precious gifts from above. Christmas is coming, it soon will be here, Its coming makes glad the close of the ' year. It fills the hearts of our children with glee, Their songs and souls are winsome and free. Then come to the place, make no delay Your comjng will be a question of pay For HieBtand has always been able to sell The best and the cheapest, yon know very well. Gifts for the young and gifts for tho old Of quality, character and number untold Gifts that are good ...

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. — 6 January 1887

nr- 5,f ? ' ' ,nii. ?. TJ--?TiWWuwwiwcggwmteTgjiir r? -." sett- --aras -sr.ni;srwiMrBr.r. .k& aW5. THE JUDGE'S OASH PUZZLE IN BEHALF OP THE GRANT MONUMENT FUND ! Uta Your Brtlnt and Make Money. Men, Women, Children, Everybody! The JUDGE proposes to assist the Omit Monument Fnnd by organizing a grind com petition on word-building (making the largest umber of word from given Sentence by tran sposing and using letlt-ra to suit the purpose) iu naing for the theme the sentence "Who will b our next President?" and offering Cash prize to successful competitors, each of whom Will have to pay fifty (60) cents on presenta tion of his competitive paper. Tho money re Ooired will be applied aa follows : Twenty-live cents ia at unco credited to ttat Grant Fund. ' The remaining twenty live, after deduction the legitimate expenses of advertising name tilth their respective answers, cto , eto , will b. placed in a common fnnd to be equally divided among the nix successful competitor, i. e , thi ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 January 1887

- " "...?-i'V-V-"' '. ' i ' r :t ' " 'j; vY-t': 'It? -t . -.. -Mj r. (j-e-ir.yi It ir u mi M- "V'T ' w jr. A"i-Mf .. m s jirsw -. w" - -w WM4rAWi.miiErto&L 'Vtr Rm'Mmmh X -HERALD. . ,v ,' 'l :Jii. ' '' n ESTABLISHED 1837. HIIiLSBORO, HIGHLAND GO., O.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1887. VOL. 60 NO. 41 v,j, if i i.j ii ii.i ? NEWS ? s I) A 1 i J w THE TRAMP Offers Another Potpourri, Containing The Hero of the Hill and a Few Incidental Remarks That.It Will Readily He Seen Are Not Intended fur Anybody In Par (" tlcnlar Her Answer A Correction. THR HERO OP Tim HILL. 8y, pa, wbo In that haughty mnn , Who swaggers as he witlks? I heard him mutter! "Ifjoucan Just boat her; money IhIUhI" Does he walk thus bedtime bis dad I called amlllloHHlreT Ordnp.be think htmselfalad ' i-Most wondrous, witching, fair? Dne. ho posxess the county nil, ( Or does lie own but hiilf? Or price won heat fair lint fall For pumpkin, pig or calf T I he too good for other folk.T Why doe he police none ? He smjleth not a...

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. — 13 January 1887

:fffr ' sAa Wtf.,teV 4 MffflwM1 r )" ii'if -i ..-. ,' - ivr. b1 mJfc.i.-da i" IS lrf K rw 'it! u CM & t.v;' Lfc, J Hi: j-- If m 1 Ii 4 l (.M .VCi a 5 f The News-Herald. THVIUBAY.JlxtiHt U.1M7. H1LLSNORO. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. The Mississippi river is frozen over solid at Cairo. Tbirb Is bo end of tho year liko tho divld-cnd. Tue next Connecticut Legislature will contain 118 farmers. i A BcnoTLEK, Neb., man Etc clghty-slx oysters at ono sitting. A bot has been boi n in Kansas with eyes lln the buck of his head. A aovKD in Barren County, Ky., holds twelve and a half gallons. Mormoh elders are making many con Iverts In Eastern Mississippi. Toe cold weather In Florida causos alarm about the orange crop. J Tiieke are 100 colored men in Washing ton who arc worth $20,000 each. ' A Texas preaoher predicts that the world 'will come to an end in ten years. Louisiana now aspires to be the great hay-producing Stato of tho Union. Tax new year opened bright with prom jises for the plumber and ...

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. — 13 January 1887

Jurl(1yi , .. jl. r-rT7rrji V" io R- -. J 1 IN f V . B GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Annual Moss&go of dovornor For akor to the Legislature. State Affairs Exhaustively Discussed Im portant Recommendations Regard Ilia; the Hprlne; Klectlon, Tax atlon and Finance!. EXBCUTm! CRAUDEn, I .. COLDMBUB, O., Jan. 4, 1887. ( lathe Oeneral Assembly: Tho recent elections did much to dispel the distrust that hu obtained throughout the coun try during the last two yean as to the policy to he pursued by our National Government in re tard to the protection of American labor and Industries. It can now bo stated with great confidence that no political party will bo al lowed, however much It may desire to do so, to break down that wise and patriotic policy to which we are so much Indebted for the unex ampled prosperity we have enjoyed during the last quarter of a century. The assurance thus afforded Is already benoilclally manifesting Itself throughout all our business Interests. With a complete restoration...

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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. — 13 January 1887

TtnTMhi u (iii":"i; ., V"' t"" Iff-,' Wy f J -I'U '" "V"I""-""II, "t'"- "" " "" ",i!y;'Tj''f;yf'''"'"i'" . " . "' '" ' ' 7 "Y1 ' -r" rJSswfssJ,.. J Ioo ft -!ffc Z0 8 i ass v$ SS' -iSJSS V x 4? 4? r WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. - j. tV 4 - ,, -jv J f-J $ M1f "- Vii - (i HHOLIDAY $ GOODS iA JlL pF" Laa9iameBeBaaeVBmeBew The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TIIK News-Herald Publishing Company. G. W. Barrere. Bebee Barrere. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOR iUJVBBTISING Made Known on Application. JANUARY 13, - 1887. "We are in receipt of the first number of Henry George's new paper, The Stand ard, a labor organ Grady, of Atlanta, is mentioned as a possible Democratic nominee for second place on the nest National ticket. The move toward abolishing the Spring election is ono deserving of support. It seems to meet with much favor all over the State. John Roach, the millionaire ship builder, died on Monday. Beginnim life penniless his was another example of what p...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 January 1887

- rJjf,p.- w ;, ,iiWiVw"-r4,vV X L y ' U -t 1 I v The News-Herald, ' Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main Bt JANUARY 13, 1887. WILL. H. SHADE, Editor. The circulation of n newspaper deter mines the value ot I columns an an ad vartlslng medium. The NKtV9-HRttAI.D hat by tar the iargen circulation of any paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertlsers would do well to bear In mind. Onr Hut are open to their Inspection. 10,090 pound Sort Simp wanted. J. S. ELLI FRITZ & (0. "I want to be an angel", Bald the singer, aged and solemn ; An editor in the audience said t "Pat an 'd' lu our 'want cnlnmn ' " Botton ItcralA m Hon. Henry L. Diokuy, of Greenfield, is attending Court. m Mr. Ed Griffith, of Mt. Vernon, is vie king his mother in this city. Mr. Carlisle Banvre, of Chilllcotlie, was in this city last Tnursday. Miss Viola Edpington is visiting Mr. A. L. Robbing and family at Winchester Sirs. Hug-gins, of Mt. Orab, visiter' her son, Judge H. M. Huggins, last week. Mr. H. A. Pavey spen...

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 January 1887

' '' I I ..,'"'- -r - - T- sr -'1" '.'', "V1 m ?.'' Tv"1 -fa- "",",vr"''" ' . t pjsn mirVwiPi. & -n- JilitliJll U 3W r- I K' h fi 1 p.. --:2' l-t.fi J. Aid., The News-Herald, j THCBBBAT. JAMJAStT M. 1MT. H1LLSB0R0. t I t OHIO DEATH. He plucks tho pain from yonthful breast, And stills tho irroan of burdened age, lie lava tho sulTering down to rest. And drives the cruel from the stage. He taltes no tribe, ho fears no throti nut walks tho land and sweeps the sea; Throws back the doors whose hinges fret, And sets the godlike spirit froo. Ho raps the door of rich and poor: does through the earth with noiseless foot; He shakes his Rlass nl prince and boor, Then winds them In his lcr sheet. He's itranste and cold, breaks bolts and bars, Dethrones tho King, unbinds tho slave: Ho ntls the sun, and hides the stars, nd lays a nation in its Bravo. J. Hazard liartiel in N. Y. Obevrcer. ANCIENT AMERICA. An Interesting Example Found In Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Sent of the Spanish Oorernment a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 January 1887

-.T'iV !? " v tfv a ) . v n t ' lk-i ' 1 fo ? V y I t FOE Offl YOUNG FOLKS. A SPLENDID GRANDMA. Grandma's eyes are dim, And Grandma's hair Is sprlnklod With threads of white ; ber cap sets prim Above a face that's wrinkled. But grandma's ejes are kind, And grandma's smile is cheery; She likes our noise she doesn't mind) She caHs us "pet and "deary." She lets us stay about, She let im try her glasses ; Bho says she'd be quite lost without Her little lads and lasses. She tells ns such a lot Of stories, with a fairy And giant in; sho knows It's what '., ,Wo Uke something real scary. Bhe sings ns songs, while she Knits on the baby's stocking; She plays ber chair's a train, and we Oo whuulng off o-rooklng. She makes us piles of things Dresses and bibs and Jaokets; Sho finds us buttons for our strings; And In our blggost rackets She never scolds at all; Bhe keeps our playthings mended; Bhe dresses dolls. She's what we coll A grandma that's Just splendid 1 EEnrno A. Opper, In Qoldtn Daft. ...

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. — 13 January 1887

-r fV-- . 1' fn 1 ." -L-' -tfc 4tis" i ' nip w,p.wiHf!Wi''7'"aiMf'1 Jni wwiiiiiii 73-T- -- ' " f,ce-!w t fl 4 "rt WJ U 7 ?' , IV tV.V '? 1' fc Jf' SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Frank E. Burnett ve. Elian Woods t at. Itliibland Connty Conrt of Common Picas. Cane No 4107. ORDER OF SALE IN rARTlTItf. hi pursuance of nu order Issued from the Court of Common Flew within and forth County of Hliihland and Hiaie of Ohio. made at the Uotober term thereof A. D.lSSO.nnd to me directed, I will offer for sale at publlo auction at the dnorof the Conrt House, In tnetowuof lllllsboro, on Satarday, January 29, A. D. 1887, At 1 o'clock . m. ol eald day, the following described real estate, to-wlt : Hltuate In Hie township of Scott, In the county of Adams nnd In the male of Ohio, nnd cotinded and described as follows: Beginning at two white oaks and two elms (now gone) the most northerly corner to surrey No. 3000 made for the repreioutatlves of Cliarlex Lewis, de ceased; tlieucw H.07 E 192 poles toaalo...

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. — 20 January 1887

a UvttfV- A k- !v i. 'v . , . wnm vywwMWi a taiias.sm -j mmnm0vwmimi-. fa ;.- .faw - .. ift t jb CM um .: J f : f J t vv jVL&i'i' -HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O.; THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1887. VOL. 60-NO. 42 l,J IMtMhWk A.jcw-w. s Jf;r."iw-BrtMl' sysWawrteW-, -wm--wx ' -tt .- - .- , - ..- -. - - -- -t - - - - - - THE NEWS ? r V i h THE TRAMP Offers Some Humble Verses And Revels In Current Folk Liorc. Hon Hlllsboroans Hustle DeBrnln's Little Anecdote By the Firelight. THE GRAVE IN THE FOREST. Alone In a fort I wlk'd one day A forest in the West Where vines grew thick-end dead twig lay And denee green leavea o'erspread the way j Where solitude ao grim, yet grand, Baled with a solemn, beauteous hand, And windi ao wierd my templea fann'd, I feated to panne and reat. And on I walk'd in the lonely wood That hid tho setting ann And grander "till grow the aoUtude, Aa farther and farther I darod intrnde. ' My unoheck'd thonghti ran wild and free. And Melaucbolly walk...

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. — 20 January 1887

I, v r&, -V " 1' rf i . ; (i ?! rfjtfM ) I 3- The News-Herald. raOBMAY. JAM7AMY M. MMr. HtLLSBORO. i i i OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tsxas has a paper called the Bedbug. Coal dealers and lco men are jubilant. Jons Jacob Altos is worth $160,000,000. There were 853 suicides In Vienna last year. Bob Inorrsoll's hair is as white as now. Petroleum has been discovered in Pal estine, Tex. Brooklyn is threatened with an epidemic of smallpox. Illinois has seven lady county superin tendents of schools. Senator Brown, of Georgia, says he has so idea of resigning. The present winter is the coldest for years in Washington. This month has five Sundays, with four changvs of the moon. London workmen arc crying l "Give us work or give us bread 1" There is an increase of Mexican ore com ing into the United States. Tux loe crop in this country promises to tie extraordinarily abundant. lv is said the Mormon lobby in Washing ton has already cost the church 1250,000. Sam Shall has returned to journalism, ha...

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. — 20 January 1887

' tr F X vsrsciV r' 4 V i M f' I EARLY OHIO HISTORY. Znoldenta of Pioneer Warfare, and Sketches of Noted Pioneers. The Centennial of The "Western Empire" la 18SS. The following Interesting article on the early history of Ohio is taken from tho Cincinnati Commtrdat Oautt of a recent date. We are In debted to that Journal for the Illustrations med herein: Tho great events ot thU country that occurred before tho year 1800 are being remembered and celebrated In turn, to In little mora than a year the State of Ohio, and Indeed the whole of our western Empire," as it used to oe cauea, win have Its one hundredth birthday. So we shall celebrate : The establishment of the first Territory cre ated by the Continental Congress. The found ing of five free States cut from It. The birth place ot Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wis consin. The erection of a barrier against the encroachment ot slavery. The ordinance of 1787 that made the new States forever free. The planting of a colony ot brave ...

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. — 20 January 1887

, h.. , - , rrr, , r . -.v. ., '''PV r-ni'V ''" J-- Srrr- r-. t ' ' ' - -""; ., .,-.,. r i ..,; , -a,- t"tf' n i : 't9J y t i A WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. 6 ; xw, H m b The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY 1UK ' Uewa-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UBSCRIPTION, l.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATXS SHDR, ADVEBTBDfO Mad Known on Application. ' JANUARY 20. 1887. War is a terrible thing, but somebody in Europe ought to get licked. War Geems almost inevitable. ' m as " Since the death of her husband, Mrs. C.'E. Irwin has been acting as edltres of the Adams county tow Era. The rheumatic attack bas ceased to annoy O. Cleveland, Esq. The guilty conscience, however, is right where it was. s The lion and bear cartoonists have broken loose again in the offices of the illustrated weeklies. In that history repeats itself about twice every year. a I' "No sagacious observer fails to note a steady and healthy growth of the senti ment in favor of Sherman for 1883," sa...

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. — 20 January 1887

i i v yi i i V V i The News-Herald. OMoei Hoggatd Building, . Mala 8t JANUARY 20, 1887. WILIi. H. SHADE, Editor. The circulation of a newspaper deter mlnes the value of lit eolamns an ad vertlslng medium. The NEWS-HERALD tut by tar the large circulation of anjr paper In Highland county, which tact ad vertleer wohld do well to bear In mind. Onr llata are open to their Inspection. A pretty little bonnet Ii deserting of a tonuet, For a pretty face within If a vision of delight. Bat a hat of raven stories, Though bedeckfd with II ml glories, And with feather end with ribbons, make a girl a perfect fright Telegram. m Remember the war views. Mr. Newt. Smith is visiting relatives at West Liberty. We pay 80c. for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiistand & Cowman. Mr. Henry Ruble, of Buford, visited his son In-law, Mr. A. D. Wiggins, last week. Regular meeting of S. of V. this even ing. All members are requested to be present. Mr. Jos. M. Hibbt-n, has been confined to bis room several d ...

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. — 20 January 1887

' b rp lfj,i. -V' ' t&.- 1 "4 The News-Herald. THCIIMBAY. JA'VAKT M. HSJ7. HIl.LSitORU OHIO OLD MAN'S NURSERY RHYME. In the Jolly winters Of the Ion ago It iu not M cold as now OhINolNol Then, ns I remember, Bnowballs to eat Wero as good as applet now, And every bit as aweet I In the Jolly wtntcra Of tho dead and gone. Bub was warm as summer, With his red mitts on. Just in his little waist And pants aV together. Who ever heard him growl About cold weather! In the Jolly winters Of the long ago Was tt half as cold as nowt O'hNolNol Who caught his death o' cold, Making prints ot men Flat backed In snow that now's Tw Ice as cold again I In the Jolly winters Of the dead and gone. Starting out rabbit hunting Early as the dawn. Who o er froze his fingers, Ears, heels, or toes Or'd a cared if he had? Nobody knows I Nlrtits by the kitchen stove Shelling white and red Corn in tho skillet, and Sleepln' four abed! Ah ! tho Jolly winters Of tho long ago I We wcro not so old as now OhINolNol ...

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. — 20 January 1887

v '? .) l Js. k ii ,j ; FOB OUR YOTJIffl FOLKE E GENTLE, BRAVE AND TRUE. Dm to do right, to bo gentle, yet strong; A on life' highway you Journey along, Brer be helpfnl ml hopeful and true, Bo ihall a Meeting be meted to you. Dare to do right) far thy mother'! take, boy, Thrilling her bosom with holleit Joy I Dare to be merciful, never afraid; land to the helpless and needy thine aid. Dare to do right I dare to always be brares From danger and aorrow eeek othen to sare Shun ever the wine-cup, dure to say no! In paths that you trsTerso another may go. Dare to do right! dare to gladly say yes; Such a reply may some weary heart bless. Bravely cress on till thy journey Is done: With courage and zeal are life's battles won. Dare to do right! make thy course, llko the lark, unwara ana upward ana true to tne marit. With bright beacon-lights may Faith, Bopo and Love Pilot thee safely to Heaven above. Emily Thornton Charlet, n "Lyrical Poemt." m s m HADEN AND HIS DOGS. Bow They Saved an Alab...

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. — 20 January 1887

VH i T . M j 'r lr. jBft, -,. a. jstM. miwt t .ottAwiwrjiw yipww' !"' vyiKvnfiavnir" ' J ! LV ' til a ,. L . ,. :j i A. H ' .. f-l4 :r. J .' l r ft sTsTsTsTI ,U,- '.i"t K-l' AdmlniBtrator'a If otto). VTOTIOE ! hereby given that the under JX signed haa been duly appointed and quHlined aa Executrix of the Mate of Thorn a Klnrene, lale of Hlahland county, Ohio, deceased. HAMAlt FLomasca. r. O. Address, Hlllsboro, Ohio. January 10ih,lS87 18 SHERIFFS SALE. Resjl Estate. Prank E. Burnett . Ellen Woods et al. Hluhland Cnonty Court of Common Pleas. Case No 4107. ORDER OF BALE lit fARTITltT. in pursuance ol an order Issued Irora the Coui t of Common l'leaa within and for the Uuintyof Highland and tttate of Ohlo.made at the October term thereof A. D. 1SS8, nod to me directed, I will offer for Hale at public Hoetlon at the door of the Court Home, In tnetowuof Hlllaboro.on Saturday, Janunrj 20, A. D. 1887, At 1 o'clock p. m. of mid day, the following descrlb d real estate, lo-wlt: Hltimle In th...

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