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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 January 1887

- -V t Ct 4 l.iA V - w r p -ftf jswiin 3 '"A, r -HERALD. "el i ! t ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND .CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1887, VOL. 60-NO. 43 THE NEWS UM ) I ) v J ) THE TRAMP Gives Way to Temptation And Drops into Poetry after the Style of the Day. He also Offers a Mlxed-Up Mass Of One Thin? and Another Interest Inr Reminiscences and Inci dental Remarks on Va rlom Subjects. POBTEYT OF THE PEBIODT. "When the time comei to make my debut," Beta a pretty young maiden named Sot, Whote eyM were eky blat And whose daddy had glut, "I will iUrtle aU Kalamatut." "Yon bet we'll ipread on the eclat," Remarked, then, too fair malden'e mat, 'Til open myjawt . And lay down the lawt It it bankrupt! yonr bald-headed pat '" 'ifiay," said a gentleman named Mor rowa luminary in oar galaxy of local lights, "there isn't any such a person as 'Mont' Morrow in existence If there is I don't know him, and if you don't quit writing my name that way I'll I'll" The Tramp escaped as he doubled hi...

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. — 27 January 1887

'iV t." i-u l IU& traT .- , It The News-Herald. nVIIMT. 1AMJAMT 17. 1MT. ULLtSBORO. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Boocs ten-cent pieces have made their appearance. Hakhisburo's now silk mill, just Btarted, will employ 100 hands. Paddy's Huif Post-office, O., has been changed to'Glcndower. A Bi-anish Chamber of Commcroe U talked of In New York. Pinkeye has made Its appcaranco among the horses In Pittsburgh. Ginoeh equal to tho Jamaica Is growing on Caloosahatchlo river, Fla. England proposes to tax foreign work men twenty-flvo dollars a year. St. Louis has ono saloon to every 175 peo plo and ono church for every 2,800. At Louisville, Natliam Bloom, a dead merchant, had a funeral a mile long. There is a proposition to change Inaug uration day from March 4 to April SO. The Connecticut General Assembly re elected General Hawley U. B. Senator. Smoked red, whatever that may be, ! named among the new fashionable colors. Texas wants Congress to pass a law against dealing In grain and cotton futu...

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. — 27 January 1887

-4 IJ tl u iH - GENERAL BUFCS PUTNAM. Rugged Character of Early Ohio The Father and Founder of the Buckeye State. Important Enterprise Which He Inaugu rated and roatered HI Patriotic Strug gles to Oat oa la' the World An Interest ing Ulttortcal Paper. rFrom the Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. There U a treat deal about Marietta to remind one of tho strurfles and lire of the early set tiers. There are atUI a number of quaint and significant landmark' In a fair Mate of preservation. Tho oldest houso In Ohio Is a GENERAL RtirUS rUTKAM'S LAND OFFICE OLD EST IIOUSE IH OHIO. email frame building, perched on a lofty foun dation of rough stones, which was onco occu pied as a land offlco by General Rufus Putnam, , tho founder of, Ohio, and the man to whose memory tho people of tho lira great Stutes that were carved from the Northwest Territory should raise a proud and colossal monument. General Putnam was a remarkable man. He has been confounded In the popular mind with his cousin. General 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. — 27 January 1887

&rSr7t X i- m i.(v 6 "'TrWi' i- trf-f-- t t HHOLIDAY $ Il - o t " i WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. BCMpi HlWK Hl iM1 999 r ,v mw '. The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES ir-OB ADVERTISING Midi Known on Application. JANUARY 27, 1887. The Masonic fraternity will dedicate their new templo at Maysville, Ky., on February 22d, with appropriate cere monies. Tho Maysvillo bloods are (probably) already getting ready to cab bage the floor. We have received a copy of the Six teenth Annual Report of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio State University, which seems to indicato that that excel lent institution is in a healthful and flourishing condition. A few days ago a man fell down a well in a .Welsh village and two men who tried to rescue him successively fell in. Strangely enough, they were all rescued alive. The jagged edges of their names probably caught on the masonry ...

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. — 27 January 1887

X o i v j 1 ?y i i A 1 The News-Herald, Qloai Hoggtta Building, W. Main 8t. JANUARY 27, 1887.1 WILL. H. SHADH, Bdltor. Tha .ejrenlattoa of et newspaper deter anlnes tha valne at In eolasane an ad ' vartUlBg medium. Tha NKWS.H8KALD hat by far tha largee circulation at any paper In Highland county, which faetaul vertlsers would do wall to bear In mind. Our lists ara opan to their Inspection. There wu a young maiden of Ho.; With a temper like that of a Fo.j She murdered her mi, And assaulted her pa, And wm brought np before the Grand Jo. Rambler. a Mr. Tom Callahan is with us again for a few days. i Turner ft Williams are out with a new delivery wagon. Mr. Vernon Overman spent Saturday and Sunday here. The girl with the big hat didn't even miss tne matinee. c Miss LydiaWiilita Visited friends at Greenfield last week. Librarian Duffey is editing a new cat ologue for the Public Library. .. r " m Miss Mattie Foster, of Cincinnati, is ' visiting her sister, Mrs. Nulton. m Mr. Nat Rockhold,...

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 January 1887

df&ijAtettUMijUE'K tt Jl The News-Herald; TIICKttAY. JTAKVARV 17. IMT. inLtsBoua i OHIO SERVICE. Her hands were strained and callous, Her forehead lined with care; Sho know that she wu busy, Forgot ho once was flf. The very lines she moved la Were those of toll, alone, No grace of look or gesture In word or way wu shown. Ana something seemed to whisper: "How quickly from your face Has gone your maiden bcanty, And from your form Its grace I What guerdon Is availing J To compensate for all The grace, the mirth, the beauty. That 'fore your tasks must fallt" But, "Be It sot" sho answered; "Better the roughened palms Than hands forever folded In soft and sclnfth calm; Better tho cixrc-Itned forehead Than tho smooth, seamless brow O'er listless brain or furrows Sorrow or fashion plow. "Better tho task bowed shoulders "Than comrller ones that shirt All dear and dully service Ood's hallowing burden work. Hcttcr tho wearing duty, 'ho toll of ministering, lafm y.rs that pass, and never To...

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. — 27 January 1887

y. - u fc If A - J. k-V 1 J. V pv. TEMPERANCE BEADING. i i MAN, HIS OWN STAR. The Tepiperanee, and All Other Reforms, Most Eventual! laU Back upon tha In. dividual. If Mr. T. J. Morgan, who lately read a very interesting letter on tho subject of intemperance among tho "working classes before the English-speaking sec tion of the Socialists, would only make an unbiased study of the subject his vtows would be of grentcr weight with tho community at large and his ndvlco would bo more valuablo to those to whom it is more especially addressed. In the two "open letters" ho has read upon the subject ho has betrayed more inclination to blame some one elso for tho acknowledged intemperance among working-men than to plnco tho re sponsibility where it must inevitably rest upon tho individual. Mr. Mor gan does not look tho facts squarely in tho face, but seeks to put the cart be fore the horse tho effect before tho cause. While heredity, social customs, and industrial conditions unquestion ably ...

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. — 27 January 1887

V f-.i vjr-- . ",1 1 . i" a?. iti n V tm k fctt? Wwi . til .- 'nmtuf.f.i MMM u: , r b&T r - Administrator's lletioe. VTOTICE ii hereby given that tba nudsr J dined hu bnn duly appointed and qualified m Executrix of the eitntenf Thorn os Florence, late of Highland county, Ohio, deceased. bar it Ki-oiiRNrf, r. O. Address, HlllsOoro, Ohio. January lgtn,lS87. 13 SHERIFFS SALE. Real Estate. Frmk K. Burnett v. Ellen Woods t nl. HUhland County Court of Common Plas. Case No. 4407. ORDER OF BALE IN FARTITIA'. in pnrsnancoof no orderlsoued from the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Highland and Slate of Ohio, made t iii October term thereof A. D. 1886. and to me directed, t will offer for snle at public auction at me anorox inoiuurt nouse, in the town of Hlllsboro, on Satardojr, January 20, A. D. 1887, At 1 o'clock p. m. of said day, the following deir-rlbed real estate, lo-wit : Situate In the township of Scott, In thn mnntv of Aditm and In the Htate of Ohio, nnd bounded...

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. — 3 February 1887

ua ft V Co THE NEWS-HERALD. t, , r" t - 'Fr' n 7 A' h Kb. ' ESTABLISHED 1837. " 4 HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND OO.Tttk THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1887. VOL. 60-NO. 44 k ' y r w 't i. f- f ! V Pt. THE TRAMP Reverts Again to his Route Book, And Finds Time to Excuse Him self for being Original And Not Stealing Otlior People's Writ, logs Plagiarism at Home Great MlndN Differ. When that scion of the ancient house of Uarrcro who presides over the me chanical department of tho princely es tablishment whereat this journal is printed lifts up his voice and remarks in accents none too gentle, that "the force" waits for copy, and Doc Fullertoti hasn't related any reminiscences and Ike Larkln Is away out on Clear Creek and Ed. DeBruin hasn't any more yarns and Hugh Vance refuses to tell of any more of his gastronomic exploits, it is a pleas ure to know that in the third, left-hand pigeon-hole, second row from the top, rests my route-book. That official record of my travels in "tho days when I was young ;" an...

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. — 3 February 1887

'f V ," L i. IV " m r '-. . : iMV $: v ! - . -fee . -J' -i.; i i.' - .- if The News-Herald. TMJHBAY. rEBBCAKY a. 1SST. HILLSUORO. i i t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. LiTitooiupHto stono It found in Walker County, Ga. Uxdtbp sealskin sacqucs find favor In soma quarters. It la said that Buffalo Bill began Ufa a printer's dovll. A ntoMtNSNT undorlaker at Reno, Not., la Coffin C. Bior. Wash the mica of the stovo doors with salt and vinegar. A citizen of Fekln, 111., rejoices In the name of Bloompot. Honet is much used for curing hams now, instead of sugar. Mb. Warren, of Boston, Bays that Adam lived at the North Pole. Washington's new 2,000,0 hotel is to be called the Windsor. TrntKE-rouiiTHs of tho Florida orange crop has been marketed, Arkansas raises a voice in favor of free text books and against free passes. Am artesian well at Waynesboro, Ga., came on human bones 400 feet deep. Wounded Knee is the name of a new postoftice in Shannon County, Dakota. A statistician claims there is one di vor...

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. — 3 February 1887

rv w WA J- -V -J f y FOB SUNDAY BEADING. THE WEARY WAY. Til weary treading ever? day The dull, dreary, uphill war, White Urn Ideate we deem divine So fair and far above us shine A unattainable m dear T whe (rope and stumblo here. TU hard to hold our dag on high, And never taint, until we die To apread our banner on a wind Boeuted with rosos left behind ; To glre up aU life's Joy, that we May humble banner-bearers be. Til hard to stag, In faith, of light Through endless-seeming hours of night To tune the harp, the voice upraise For Freedom's sake, for Honor's praise To sing of good that is, not seems To sing of duties, not of dreamt. Tie hard to fix one'a sleepy eyes On faint, faint streaks of new sunrlss, When all one's being yoarns to weep Its tiredness out and turn to sleep; Sloop and forget, and cease to caro It sunrise be, If darkness were. 'TIS weary fighting all one'a life In one long, bitter, desperate strife, 'Gainst hydra-headed, rampant wroni When one is fain of danoe and ...

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. — 3 February 1887

V r v , ' -?v.'' .- A r -rs , v- ft & The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE News-Herald Publishing Company, Q. w. BaRRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. FEBRUARY 3, - 1887. For the second time in her history Washington C. H. has been favored with triplets, and,tlio town feels just too big for anything. Wo givo you Canucks fair warning. There nre some sixty Scott Dragoons in this city just dying to lick Great Britain, and if they can't do it there are lots of other folks in the country who will help them out. Sam Jones is now "lecturing" in the Kast. His sermons in Boston failed to touch the hearts of the pious Puritans as they did the hearts of Cincinnatians and other denizens of tho wild ana nil' tamed West. It is said that Samuel J. Tilden left ninety-three pairs of drawers, seven un dershirts, eighteen linen shirts, twenty seven pairs silk stockings, fifty-five handkerchiefs and five overcoats...

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. — 3 February 1887

I. - rMVi r ji. - "diiMvn t-.:-. f F A U fc .V v T The News-Herald. Offloot Hoggard Building, W. Main 8t. FEBRUARY 3, 1887. WILL. H: SHADE, Editor. The circulation of a newspaper deter mines the value of It columns a an ad .rertlslng medlam. The NEWS-HERALD hai by far the targes circulation of any paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertlsers would do well to bear In mind. Our Hits are open to their Inspection. A teamiter got mad down In Schuylkill, And vowed that he would hit old may Ik 111, Bat white marling from blows That old mnjl arose, And with one mighty kick did that fujlklll. Ez. m Stocksale Saturday. Concert at the Armory to-morrow evening. Wo always pay the highest prico for wheat. Hiestand & Cowman. Mr. John Cox, a Washington C. II, "hoss-buyer," was in the city Monday. , Call and see Hiestand A Cowman, at 'Model City Mills, before you Sell your .wheat. e Blank note (i. o. u.) books, 100 in a book, may be had at this office. Price, 25 cents per book. Mr. Jack Tho...

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. — 3 February 1887

'Y- , y 1-f ' '1" EJ '' -i-t ;t - ." ' I tMT- f r fcj i. I ra 8? j u .. : (r, w The News-Herald. TOTBMBAY. RBMlAttT 8. MOT. HILLSBORO. OHIO FORQETFULNE8S. Pv forgotten U my Latin And the Uttle I knew oC Greek ; I seldom know the day of the month, Or jot the day of the week. I can never remember names. And I can't remember (toes. I've a place for every thing , But always forgot the places. I forgot to keep engagement; I forget to catch the train; Forget to take an umbrella when there's cvory sign of rata. I forget to wind my watoh, I forgot to answer letters; Forgot th President's maiden name; Sometimes forget ray debtors. Of rtntes, and things llko that, I'm forever losing track. And when I borrow money Forgot to pay It back, In short, I can t romembor The thousand things I should. Because upon a single point My memory's nil too good. 'Tls this (and naught, I know. Can make a man feel glummer), I can't forget that girl I met And flirted with Vast summer. E.L.BylteMer.in ITALY'S QUEE...

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. — 3 February 1887

9 y J A -,- r LET ENGLAND BEWARE. raw nenate's warning to areas Britain I man vmgR-mQ j&amuiias hiu Autnor tains; Retaliation Against Farther Oat. rases by the Dominion Government Passed Flsrjr Utterance of Senator ' lorall and Fry Mynopala ofthe Measure The Feeling In Canada. Washington, Jan. 85. Yesterday, at 1:05 p. m., tho Benato, on motion of Senator Edmonds (Vt), proceeded to the consideration of the Benato Mil to author ize tho President of the United States to protect and defend the rights of Ameri san fishing-Teasels, American fishermen, American trading and other Teasels on cer tain case. Senator Ins-alls (Kan.) thought that these story difficulties must be ultimately set tled, elthor oy ne gotiation or by war. This measure was distinctly ona of re taliation. It was an eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a fish' for a Ash, an Insult for an Insult, a wrong for a wrong. He thought It Impor tant, before tne eon I ate was called upon 1 to vote, that the com 1 mitten on Fo...

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. — 3 February 1887

- s y. !- "" rn?p- Hrr y.-.y-y-''TCmrit" Kv U K t -i KP- . IfW, litb . ' A Valnablo Farm for Hale, On New reterebug oucl Clear Creek pike, 193 8-10 acres, in a good atat of cultivation, two hotuies and bnrna. This Is valuable liiud will sell nt S53 per ncre Thetract can bu divided. Apply to A, I). WmoiKH, Ileal ttslale Agent, lllllsbora Administrators' Sale of Real Estate. TN PURSUANCE ot an order of the Pro 1 bate Coorl of Clinton connty, Ohio, I will oner for tale at pnbllc auction on Thursday, the 24th day or Febrnarr 1887, at 10 o'clock forenoon, upon the premises, tbn following described real etate, situate In Union township, In tbe county of High land, find Btato of Ohio, to-wlt: Beglnulug at a alone, corner to John Morgan's tract ot laud ; thence with his Hue N. 1", B. 21 poles, crowing Turtle Ureek at 0 poles to n stone, corner of suld Morgan's and Jonah Uritlon, Jr., tract of land: tnence with laid Brltton's line N. 11', SCK, W. 46 4 10 poles to a hickory, corner to said Br...

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. — 10 February 1887

'"V ". --Vjj ift -4 tjwrasriyMt.. i j ;jss AMjM "v. . - l .w , -.!? !" k p?vllp . . fj I i .i t ,h 4- !Vr- S5, ) V ' " 'ttt ' .1, 1 A ' o 1 -l . . VV t ' "l 1 riit- E8TABLI8HED 18871 HIIiLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Q., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1887. VOL. 50-NO. 46 ( t . THE r I - I II . I NEWS -W" -t i ' m -w-. ' --1 ii'M'j ,JxJo HEKAL.D ,t r. '1 . ' N a v YOUR PAPERS Be Among the Documents May Recently Foand in, the Adjntnnt General's Office at ' Columbus. Boater of Three Highland Ceaaty Von paaier la the 24 Battalion Ohio National aar4-The Of ' flclal Documents. Adjutant General Axllne, while re cently rummaging over and arranging the old flies and papers in the storage room of his department, found quite a' number, of. undelivered National Guard ": i -"Tir'iT nrr T'filhmr thoni la sued to the Second Battalion Independ ent Cavalry, Ohio National Guard. This organization was located in Highland county,, and, was organized. in July, 1803, and mustered out of the State serrico May 1, 1860. '...

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. — 10 February 1887

U ' 'f v- V -;m, ,,..,. ( nt..J4,l,r . V. '' H "; -,.- T ''" lil IV Jflie News-Herald. tnittAT, rEMCAMTl. ISC?. HLLLSBORO. t t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tn debt of Canada Is 1300,000,000. Raspsshbies are ripe la Placer County, Cat. ABoomcaif fur company wants 100,001 cat. A coal-black deer has been seen neat Chlco, Cat. Norwich, Conn , has a family named Bkeesucks. Tbiri are 6,033 Grand Army posts in th United Bute. Wolt-scalt legislation Is engaging the Dakota salons. Ajiiix in the Texas Legislature proposes to outlaw bar bills. Baker County, Ore., is larger than any New England State. Mason Bet is now the only American la the Egyptian service. Illin is Is not only out of debt, but has 500,000 In its treasury. A Bpaniard has turned the whole Bible Into poetry, 800,000 stanias. General Pleasanton was in 105 battles, but never received a wound. A coal train of eighteen cars was blown from the track near Denver, Col. Tbi brsiness of the United States Supreme Court Is four years behind. A s...

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. — 10 February 1887

V -fl at V 'I i ,.J rtt I 1 S EARLY OHIO HISTORY. Froe-Hand Bketoh of Colonel Mao ale, aa Okl-Tlmer, V ' v The Pint Stato Capital at Clillllcothe The I'art, Played by Ueneral McArthur In the Oood'Old Days An Interesting Historical Sketch Covering an Import ant rertod In Ohio, Ohio drow to It In the early days of this No tion the best blood nndbralns that tho hardy young States that had so recently been strug gling colonies could produce. Tho composition of tho now Territory was various and' compre hensive. Tho first and Important settlement at Marietta Was a New England colony, In a short tlmo the growing? fame of Ohio attracted other pioneers and othor daring emigrants. On tho 15th day of October, 1788, John Cloves Symmes arranged with the Board of the Treas ury for the purohaso of ft great tract of land sit uated between the Big and Little Miami rivers, and the second settlement In Ohio was com menced In Noromber of that year at Columbia, within the limits of Cincinnati, In 1781 t...

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. — 10 February 1887

SBSTffijfriiTuftiiniiMiWiM iliw nifcaiwy p.i w imni 'f'1 ?' ' r fuvMtHTv totttmm&frmtvciiww,ifrww' rtar:w4 mm ryw py nvmmfm nr 'H' :r te: kwwumw mmwwwwMWif wwwteKNdyywiw .i-hV&up; 'ifrum irmmwMflfrfc' -fMrsaAJAAflMiatS V i In LV r . i t & VJ w. lij. t t tfd a: e News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSbAY -nv TltK- Newa-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES IPOB ADVKBTI8DTG Mad Known on Application. FEBRUARY 10, 1887. There nre n great many protectionist Democrats in tlio South, and sooner or Inter they are bound to be Gathered into the llepublican fold. It is with extreme difHculty, that we refrain jfrom saying something.desper ately funny about Klnny Van'Zandt and her anarchist lover. They don't deserve the space. We niay begin on decent coaetdefenscs when it is too late. Eternal Vigilance is the price, of liberty (h6t original) and procrastination is no less a serious fault in nations than in men. ltabbits aro ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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