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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 February 1887

rPV V v.ij -. ( ( I I h .i The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggud Building, irt:Matn Bt FEBRUARY 10, - 1887. WILL. H. 8HADB, Editor. The circulation of n newspaper deter nine the rain of lla columns as an ad vertlslng medium. The KBWB-HBBAI.O hae by tar tha largest circulation at any paper in Highland county which tact ad. vertteere would do wall to bear In mind. Oar lliti are open to their Impaction. A damsel who know how to knit For honn with her knecdla wonld kilt, And the stocking she knitted Were handsome, and k&tted Wlthont ever wrinkling a kbit. Boston Courier. m .Mr. Jim Head has been on the 'sick list. : 1 i Mr. Harry Evans, o( Oreenfield, was in town Monday. ' The 6. A. R. Post just came ont even on the War Views. m Mr. J. 8'. Shaw is spending a few days with his family here. j Mr.-T. T. Templln, 'of' Fernleaf, Ky., visited in this city last week'. Dr!V. J. Srofe, of Lynchburg, was one of the News-Herald callers Monday. We pay 80c. for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiestand...

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. — 10 February 1887

lt ininf'i ii .nn .. ! II" ; "'' - v";"''1",'.' ?;- 7 "-.."rtv-v .".'. " A.1 4 "T1 Tm "I ? ', ti ft r L liL ;; "II Mi & U r J .1 f S' t la r . i f ,Vi f . fcl - The News-Herald. I TmtHMAT. KfeBTCAIiY I. 1MT. HILLSBORO. OHIO HEROES OF THE LIFE-BOATS. tjp ooeii tho Lythnm signal! St. Anno's has summoned hands 1 Knco deep In surf the life boats launched abreast of Southport sands 1 Half deafened by tho screaming wind, half blinded by tho rain. Three crews nwalt their coxswains, and f ice tho hurricane 1 Tho utakos nre Jeath or duty I No man has an swered No I Live mutt bo mucd oat yonder on tho doomed ship Mexico I Did o cr night look blacker? Did sea so hiss before? Did o er women's olecs wa'l moro piteous on tho shore? i Out from threo ports of Lancashire that night cnt lifeboats three. To !l'ht a plcndld battle, manilod by Warriors of the Seal Alone tho sands of Southport, bravo women held their breath. For thoy knew that those who loved them were fighting hard with death. A che...

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. — 10 February 1887

I s v r FOR OTO YOT3NQ FOLKS. VALENTINE TO A SICK DOLL. Ob, what thall I write to my dolly? I love her no much, Though ib sprained her poor foot In tb automa, And goM with a crutch. I'll say let me think 1 "Darling deary, Your eye aro o blue, Of winking them never I'm weary, Though one la aakew. "Tour cheek la so amooth and f o pinky, i It looks like a rose. I'm sorry I dropped you last summer, And broke off your nose. "Your hair Is so yellow and glossy Your dress was so line, Before It was torn by Puss Flossy, You sweet Valentine 1 "But my birthday Is coming next Monday, You poor little el! I I'll have a new dolly, and you, dear, Can sleep and get well on the shelf." Our IMU Ones. a MOPPET'S VALENTINE. "Dovey Diamond" Brought It to Her Who Gttve It to "Dover Diamond?" Ohl oh!" said Moppet, with a soft ltttlo sigh. "I wish Vd have one. 1 never had one 'long's I've lived not an honest-traly one, you know." "Yes, I know," said mamma, smil ing. She had been reading Moppet a nice little...

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. — 10 February 1887

Ml it MB i ra 'ft 4 1 f i EXECUTORS" SALE OF REAL ESTATE! Valuable Property in Hillsboro. ON THURSDAY, FEB. 24, '87 Wn will tell at publlo auction at the door if the Court Homo in Ilillsboro, O., the vactnt lota lying south or tho Woolen Mills and Union tichoolhouse. Said lota consist of In-Lots No. 190, 193, 101 and 197, fronting on South street. Each of said lots are 6 poles front and 13 poles deep. And Oat-Lot No. 18, of about S acres, which fronts on West street and lies south of and ad joining said In-Lots. And Oat-Lot No. 16, of about 3Jtf acres, fronting on South and Elm streets. And Out-Lot No. 54, fronting on West street, adjoining and south of Out-Lots ,16 and 18, which, with a strip of land about 5 rods wide on the sonth side, contains about 9 acres. Terms of Sale One-third cash, one-tbird in one year, and one-third in two years, deferred payments eocurod by mortgage on premises sold, and to bear 6 per cent, interest from day of sale. Geo. 1). GAKDKinand 0. Barbeue, Execu...

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. — 17 February 1887

fv "V -yJ ri ;, - ( W 'X.Afc& CJ ertj,;t r -MWhN .MWiy Wfct. J '- .., ...--. ., - ' i I will M.!- 3 . - TVJ ;' ''! J J" I H'' r - NEWS-HERALD. j i ,t i tut i ir t ' c(.1 .If. V r I ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBOItO, HIGHLAND QO., O., OfflTtBSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. VOL. 50-NO. 46 " Vi r iH H H B I H YL A f-sJ ? 1 r i ., ,. GREAT MEN Of Ancient Classic Greece. An Essay Read Before the Clirm- tauqua (jlrcle of Hills-" boro, Ohio, By Dr.,H. H. Fallerton, oh Tuesday Eveilng, November 14th, J 1882. It cannot, with justice, be expected of one engaged in the worries .of business from morning until late at night,' that he should condense, within the subject of a fifteen minutes' essay, the histories,' however meagre, of all the great ones'of a tqaatry so prollfleot greatnesses' wja. Greece." I have had Beveral severe struggles with our text-book but confess that each time I have succumbed to the shower of jaw-breaking names and the tedious nar ratives of deeds performed by men, in their day ...

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. — 17 February 1887

i,'j;v,v-i "V7' i'1'" i a w1 C-7 u If r. The News-Herald. HVSnsSAY. KBBUAKT IT. HOT. H1LLSBORO. i t I OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tjie Ohio rlvor hat had 1U annual picnic. Russia has forbidden the exportation of homos. Petroleum has been found In Central Belgium. "Mism suits to hire" are advertised in New York. Sturgeon skin makes durable boot and shoe leather. TnE leading dentist In St. Petersburg it an American. Canada Is building her first steel steam er at Toronto. Cioarettk paper is said to be made In 118 mills in Spain. Beiipent-skin is coming Into fashion as a covering for books. St. Iqxace, Mich., has a doctor who U also an undertaker. It is predicted that the new Boston court house will cost 15,000,000. Churchill has gone to Algiers to re tore a break in his health. Odlioatort military service in Belgium Is to be made thirteen years. A man in Pennsylvania has just sold hit wife and four children fort90. Joel Chandler Harris does all his lit crary work with a gooso quill. Mrs. Lill...

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. — 17 February 1887

..V 1 1 Jr1- EARLY OHIO DAYS. tSketoh of Wm. Allen, Fourth Gov ornor of the State. ' :itemlnltccncn by the Oldest CltUcn In the Scioto Valley A Chllllcothe Author. Tho lives of threo of Ohio's' distinguished -early Governors who oro burled nt Chllllcothe wero sketched In a preceding paper, and the ca reer of Nathaniel Masstc, declared to have been elected Governor by tho Legislature, was also duly exploited. Tho fourth Governor of Ohio chosen from Ross County was William Allen, -who, like roost of tho others from Iho Scioto Valley,.was of South ern birth and extraction. William Allen was born at Edentown, Chow an County, South Carolina. In 1807. Both of his parents died while he. mi a very young child, and his training devolved upon his only sister, a woman of strong character, who was also the mother of Allen O. Thurman. William Allen's sister did a great deal for him, and sho not' only made him a manly boy, but she managiid the small estate that was loft him with such excellent wi...

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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. — 17 February 1887

; vf ! " f yr I - i T . a ' . n i i L ? V The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY bt ihb News-Herald Publishing Company. O. W. BA.RRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, II.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. FEBRUARY 10, - - 1887. We regret that our City Council m fused' to grant that petition Monday even ine. There certainly could have been ' no harm in trusting the people's affaire with the people. The cowardly personal attack upon Capt. Carson indulged in by the Gazelle last week, because that gentleman acts as his conscience dictates is unworthy of the space it would take to answer it. It certainly will not trouble Capt. Car son, and it evidently is not hurting any one else. s Uoraker has created a sensation in New 'York. Tho furore caused by his speech Saturday night is not second even to that of Grady the (ireat. For aker is destined to be one of the greatest of America's great men, and then the Ne s-Hkhald will wink and say: "I told you so!" I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 February 1887

kl '? iS :1i-, D" $ .lI .il i't "ft i U The News-Herald. Office i Hoggard Building, W.'JIain St FEBRUARY 10, 1887. WILL. H. BHADB, Editor. The circulation of n newspaper deter mines the vain of Its colomni as an ad verttslng medium. The JTEW8-HERALD has by far the largest circulation, of ahjr paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertlier would dn well to hear In mind Our lints are open to their Inspection. ' Mr. Elwood ( Nelson spent Sunday in tho city. Wo pay 82c. for good wheat ut Model City Mills. Hiestand & Cowman. m Rumor tells of a probablo wedding in tho East End within well, a few years. m Miss Margaret Hiestand is visiting her friend, Miss Maggie Worthington, near Washington 0. H. , A fine stock of wallpaper, in all the latest and most fashionable designs, has arrived at Bowies'. Wanted immediately at Richards Sc Co.'s feed mill 1000 bushels of oats and 1000 bushels of corn. Miss May Muntz is visiting her brother George in Cincinnati, who is attending art school at t...

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. — 17 February 1887

; ; ; s w 1 JI7 Ji V ,. t t,f VJ I Y ' - !- ? . $. 'Fhe News-Herald. TIIUIISAT. VCBKCAUT 17. 1WT. HILLSBORO, OHIO ORIGIN OF A NAME. Tonng Sawbones McCanoer he was an M. D., With an omoo tn Trinity Square. Ho could amputate elbows or legs at the knee, And analyze bandfnls ot hair. Be conld write a Hlndon prescription In French or Charge a typhon ot vlchy with pas; Or make a small plU out or poison and glus, Or an inward omctlo from glass. IIo conld follow a germ to the end of Its term, And dlisrnose fldfjets and nts i He could tell you the cut of a roach or a worm, And i h iscot outlines and kits. Dut business was dull, and the dollars wore few, And ho loncod for n "beautiful case." No componnd abrasions nor fracturtngs new IDA happened of late In the place. So ho sought Dr. Llghtdrug, tho great homoeo path. And w Ith htm ho talked the thing o'er. "Dour Doctor, let's smother our cholcr and wrath And dn ell now in peace evermore." Said Llghtdrug: "Well said; we must try to lmcnt Some ...

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. — 17 February 1887

-r&,jp'-"rvfrK'T w A k O BILL VETOED. President Vetoes the Dependent Pension Bill. Pia- Be U Mot Willing to Approro a nil! sentlas; the Objections Ho Sees to This On, and Therefore Tetoet It. TBI POTRtniXrB XI S9A0K. WASniKotox, Feb. 12. The President late yesterday afternoon put an end to all doubt and (peculation about hl attitude on the Dependent Pension bill by sending to the House a message vetoing the bill. The President, in his veto message, observes at the outset that this is the first general bill that has been sanctioned by Congress since the close of the late civil, war, permitting pensions to soldiers and sailors who served In that war upon the ground of service and present disability alone, and in the absence of any injuries received by the casualties or Incidents of such service. The President then goes on to review the pension legislation. Almost constant pen sion legislation since the close of the war, which has resulted in placing upon the pen sion rolls, on the...

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. — 17 February 1887

r t, Cj . y rvB-.jtr.flwi Wiwriw-JiwirwifKnr? ...rVMrV sawtyjtaw yjwwy'gM'w,iit- -.'" " ' , " t ' Ac EXECUTORS SALE of : BEAL ESTATE! Valuable Property in Hillsboro. ON THURSDAY, FEB. 24, '87 Wo will soil it publlo auction at tho door of tbe Conrt Ilouse In Hillsboro, O., the vacint lota lying aonth of the Woolen Mills and Union Schoolhouse. Hald lots consist of Iu-Lots Nos. 190, 193, lfli and 197, fronting on Sonth street. Each of said lots are G poles front and 12 poles deep. And Oat-Lot No. IS, of about 3 acres, which fronts on West street and lies south of and ad joining said In-Lots. And Oat-Lot No. 1G, of abont 3 acres, fronting on Bouth and Elm streets. And Ont-Lot No. 64, frontingon West street, adjoining and sonth of Out-Lots 1G and 18, which, with a Btrlp of land about 5 rods wide on the sonth side, contains about 9 acres. Terms of Sale One-third cash, one-third in one year, and one-third in two years, deferred payments secured by mortgage on premises sold, and to bear 6 p...

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. — 24 February 1887

? ft ( w OttdiAirv' rhl ULtC 1 js- "I Y " U NEWS-HERALD. ' ..i4 . - )l,f ( ' i A ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Q THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1887. VOL. 60-NO. 47 THE . V IV . WTV y THE RUSTIC MUSE. At lui the floundering carrier bore The village paper to onr door. ... Welcome to us 1U week-old news, Ite corner for the rnitlo Mnie. It. record mingling In a breath The wedding knell and dirge of death. Whittier' Sntne-JkuniL Expectation. There'i one coming from over the tsa, Hai aent me a letter and ring t Tli all in Tain that I'd quiet be, I can not choose, but ling. All da when the ran ii beaming bright; And the blae sea ahtnei like glass,, ' My heart as a thistle-down Is light, i As to and fro I pus. Only at night when the world is still, And the house is wrapped In sleep, I unfold bla letter, and teardrops will Under my'eyellds creep. I know .that he hastens fast to me, .That his love is all mine own, Yet dreams will come of tho crnel And I hear the breakers moan. Bnt there...

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. — 24 February 1887

'-' 'llj " . J". i " ' "" ' 'i; tv l. 11. r IM B KR . The News-Herald. ntlUiT. rKHBVART4.1Mr. HUXSBORO. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tbi March pension roll calls for $13,780, 000. Tbi Canadian Parliament will meet on . April 7. Kansas has voted municipal suffrage to women. A new theory Is that lock-jaw Is con tagious. Florida is shipping her spring tomatoes northward. Within the tropics the winds blow from east to west. A sew white, gauzy dress stuff is lightly called angels' wings. Tjie United States Coltoges contains 18, 400 female students. New York Citt consumes 117,000,000 worth of milk every year. Six new counties are to be carved out of Tom Green County, Texas. Hothouse strawberries art selling in Boston at thirty cents each. Christine Niuson was married to Count Casa Miranda, a few days ago. A clumsy Nashvllllan has dropped a wad f $450 into a sewer, irretrievably. There is little probability of a decision In tho big telephone suit before next fall. A bill to give convicts a college...

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. — 24 February 1887

V2 s vl ,' X k fit J. c OHIO IN EAELrDAYS. The Fate of Logan, the Friend of the White Man. Early Bridge Bonding Brief trat Brilliant Career of the Author of the Constitu tion. At a meeting of the State Association of Civil Engineers recently there was a great deal of In terest manifested on the subject of early bridge building, and through the courtesy of O. II. Cook, Esq , City Engineer of Chllucothe, I am able to present a picture and accurate descrlp , tlon of the first long span bridge built west of Pennsylvania. Thla ttrueture was ereoted across the Scioto rlrerat the northern limits of the elty of Chilli cothd In tho years 1810-17, and It may claim the interest of Ohio engineers as being the first or oldest long span bridge In the State, It not the first bridge of any Importance built west of the Allegheny mountains. Thli bridge was built by a company of five cltl tens of ChllllcoUie, viz.: Humphrey Fullerton, John Carlisle, John M. Lnndburg, John Waddle and Joseph Miller, Br....

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. — 24 February 1887

it - 1 ( ... -,.v. - i , i777"7A ' , ' 'ft r it J J :. VW"' ff'l'W- -5 - "fWW n 1 K Kt I i r 1 I v IV i I 5Vit. n-w, li H u i r 'he News-Herald. PUBLISHED 'EVERY THURSDAY - Til- Hews-HeraldPublighing Company. Q. W. MRRCIIE. KIEE IARRERE. uMcmmoH, ti.se a ycAr in aovancc. IIATE8 iPOR AXV33RT18INQ Made Known on Apellcatfon. FEBRUARY 24, 1887. J. The Best of Frtadg.Mnst Part. With this issue tlio untlereifenrtl relin quishes the editorial management of this' paper, hoping that the. success it has attained and continues to attain may be without end. I deslro to respectfully tender my sincere thanks to the gener ous contributors who have furnished the paper with so many valuable original articles during my editorial connection with the paper, and to its ponntry corre spondents, to whom the popularity of the News-Herald throughout the coun ty is much owing. I am also very thank ful for the many expressions of approval by its readers during my editorial charge. In the future as in the past...

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. — 24 February 1887

' s.. J f- K -- t . X I . The News-Herald. Office t Hoggud Building, Main 8t FEBRUARY 24, - 1887. WILL. H. SHADE), Editor. The elrenlatlon of i newspaper deter, mines the value of In column! as an ad verlltlng medlam. The NBWS-HEBALD hat by far the largest elreulatlon of any paper tn Highland county, which fact ad. rentiers would do well to bear In mind Our Hits are open to their Inspection. A maiden of La. , Once stepped on the peel of Ba. Hhe dipped and eho felt And sbo let out a yell And shouted, "Oh t where'a my Annt Ha 1 " flofon Courier. e Mr. J. Soencer Jones is spending a week in Washington 0. II. George Fords' little "mill" with Ray Johnson cost Mr. Ford $50. Mr. Elias Adams has our thanks for a copy of the Wellington (Kas.) Pros. We always pay the highest price for wheat. Hiestand & (JOWMAN, , sssss - Mr. Arthur Shepherd, of Loveland, spent Sunday and Monday with his par ents here. Mr. Isaac Oolvin has been confined to his bed for the past two weeks with an aggravated ...

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. — 24 February 1887

1'ff'f i ,; -ftoS -. ft, -, .-- V" V f "1 "T , ' i. i t. r T 1 14. it" Sr ... 'AT l-u J. Has VA? . Wj' t-.h Hh: 'V tf&?!4 IF he News-Herald. THVIINMAT. -flMtVAMTS4, INT. UlLLSBORO. I. OHIO BLUE, EYES. "What maVtes jour eyes no b!u, my dear?" The lover asked. In the snrlmr of the Tear. , in me spring 01 t roe color i cnugni in ino oosicy acn. Where the choicest forget-me-nots do dwell." nusbt in the boskv del "What makes your yes so blue, my wife?" The husband asked In the summer of life. "They show tho hill of the ocean deep, Where your measureless love In my heart I keep." "What makes your eyes so bluer' Quito low, Tho father asked In' the autumn's glow. "Because the pure love of our children dear Keeps them fresh and .youthful from year to year." ' "What makes your eyes so blue and bright?" The old man asked in the wintry night. " 'TIs because they reflect the hcnen abovo. Where we shall continue our earthly love." Frtd A. Jlunl, in , Chicago A'ewi. DOGS WHO OWNED HIM. Stories...

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. — 24 February 1887

l h -x if . jt v i A ' FOB SUNDAY READING. AN EXPERIMENT. There runs a story of an Indian Prlnoe, Who wished the orlsta ol speech to know, And so ha turned to llttla children since It Is to them for knowledge wise men go. Be took these little onei while yet around , Their new-born tool the itlenee lingered ttffl. And placed them when no human ipeeeh or toond Wat erer heard It was hi royal win. No happy noner rhymes, no tollable ' Theie little children ever rang or beard) No mother waited for the iweetiorprlM . Of hearing the first precloui, lisping word. Out after many years the Frlnee one day , Ordered the children to be brought him where Be sat npon his throne In grand array, And all his learned men were gathered there. Shrinking, though Innocent, and shy with fear, Before the august Prince the children come. The wise men watch them eagerly to hear Their language, but the children all are dumb. They ask them many Questions, as they try Out of the voloeless depth some sound to brin...

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. — 24 February 1887

' . ' ' lw a.m ...-, .. i I "n i ' i i 1 1 i jr " i in "mnn -i-n.ufy.'u ..,, ,....,,, ,-.,,-(.. ,-f ! ''I'-'i" "f ; 4-W ' . i .( f-9 SHERIFF'S SALE. Personal Property. tonne Ithnndes vs.John W. B.les. Highland I'mimy Court of Common Pleas. Case Mo. 4107. & III pursuance of nitxxTcutlon Issued from Ihel'mirtof Uommffli Pleas within rind for the County of Highland iind-State of Ohio. and to me illrecteil, I will afj"er for snle at imblln nnctlon ntthntfoorof the Court Home In the town of Hllliboro.on Salnrday, Pebrnary 20th, A. 1). 1887, At.! o'clock p.m. of said ilay.the following described persount property, to-wlt: Two kegsof sourrniish wliislty.ioutnlnlug about ten gallons each. Terms ofsale Cash. H.C. DAWBON, Bherlirof Highland County, Ohio Pehrnaryl7th,18S7. SHERIFF'S SALE. Personal Property. Slosnp, Oirilnor Alllre.a Arm, Ac .vs.Thnd- dens 8. Freeland and J. It. Livingston. Hlslilaud County Court of Common Pleas, Cn8e No. 4403. ORTiKR OFSALE OX ATTACHMENT. in pursuance of a...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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