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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

'$ '.. ' l ''. A , yrs ' t v J V i. fl' ; vr The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Building, W. Main St MARCH 17, 1887. Thai circulation of a newspaper deter, mlnai the value of It columns as an ad vertlslns; medlam. The NKWSHEBAI.D ha by far the Urges, circulation of any paper In Highland county, which fact ad verifiers would do well to bear In mldd. Oar Hit are open to their Inspection. Mr. B. F. Johnson, of Springfield, was in our midst over Sunday. m The Parker House barber shop cm ploys only the best of workmen. m "Dan" and "John" ore to bo found at the Parker House barber shop. o We pay 82c. for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiestand & Cowmak. Mr. F. J. Bridwell, of 0 aU, visited his parents in this city last week. Scrap iron of best quality is worth 50c. per 100 pounds at the Foundry. m34t m Mrs. P. J. Mary and her two sons are visiting her parents in Anderson, Ind. Revival services will commence at the M. . Church this evening, (Wednes day). Mr. Wal Smith returned home last...

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 March 1887

-err lsV''l"1T" -w-r r5 ,f (r. Itj P" $ " "' The News-Herald. HONMAT. AtltW IT. 1837. HILLSBORO. OHIO A FRATERNAL TRIBUTE. Brother N4 " " Is horao trem college, '- And hit head So full ot knowledge Is, that really tlj an effort to adjust his Ucrby hat. Fnll of boating, full of racing, i Full of base-ball, steeple chanlntr, Iloxlng, football, hare and hounds, rutting tip the monstrous bell weighing many, many pounds, And all that, Be run leap. And ho ran teazle ; In his sleep Ho talks of "fumble," TJuall back," "touch down," "cushion caroms," "sets to," "going out on strike" ," TJmrlrc'a ruling," "oven Innings," Eko his Coney Island winnings. And he's followed by a pup Itot at oar time can go against Its weight and do It up, If It like. Bach Is Ned, My cultured brother; College bred, There's suro nono other Gas compete with him In classics such as wild Olympian games. Ho's a boter, ho's a runner, lie's a short stop, ho sa stunner, Always leading, nercrled, la my short haired, noseles...

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 March 1887

!l a 4 1 r! ,J .?K I i L f ' ! .-H I " f! TEMPERANCE. THE GLASS' SONQ. With ejres Inflamed and blear, With feature! hollow and wan. A drunkard aat In a rickety chair, In his attic, all alone s s. Bit perion eorered with rags, Hla hair a tangled mass. In a Toice that told of a soul's despair, Be tang the Song of the aim: Drink; drink, drink, T1H the eye grows fremled and wlld Drink, drink, drink, Though It murdert wife and child; Drink, drink, drink. Ay, qnaft the poisoned bowl, Though erery drop It contains Is death, And ruin to the souL Deep hid In the sparkling: eup A grinning demon glass,. A deoeptlre fiend of beautiful form Concealing a thousand snares; Beware of his comely brow, . Beware of his noxious breath, Tls the dent's sacrament he offers now. 'Twill lure you on to death Death by the suicide's hand. Death by the murderer's steel, A manlao's sell,' a hangman's cord,1 A grays in the Potter's Field, All this and more la bestowed, Ay, more than tongue can toll An hour of blis...

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 March 1887

--'--' " " M" "vwrtw, "ifj.tijt - A "r :.V,. ,! i '7 AdministratorVi Notice, NOTICE it 'hereby glnni that the under--ttgaed hu been duly appointed and qnal ifltd h Administrator of the MUte or John Lance, late of Highland county, Ohio, do ceaacd. tnsrlOwS Alex. Fi-nov. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. The fireman's Insurance Company, of ny ton, Ohio, vs Wra. M. M-efe and Heter UeB. Mee Highland Connty Oonrt ot Common Pleas. Case. No. AUSl. ALIAS ORDER OF SALE. In pursuance ot an order Issued from the Court of Common Pleas wllliln and for the Connty of Highland and State of Ohio, made at the October term there of A. I). 1880, and to me directed I will offer for sale al public auction nt the dor of the Court Home, In the town ot Hlllsboro.on Saturday, March 20th, A. D. 1887, At iy, o'clock p.m.of snld dny, the following described real estate, to-wlt i Situate In the county ot Highland, In the State of Ohio and In tne town of HUlsboro, nod bounded us follows: Beginning at the m. w. corner ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

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Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

y: - - t- v!; 'WJ i'l -m v N $' JS2Z yrr . :Sr ,. r. LiS2. ,. : M Waste mt. . w.ft -r? i. &r "A m J.: l.te'i.L. Local Optioa. Can a righteous cause succeed with injustice as n partner? In advocating local option, tho ulti mate object aimed at is the complete suppression of tho evils arising from in-, temperance. Many good men think the only way to succeed is complete prohi bition of the manufacture of intoxi cants, which doubtless in a, general sense is correct. But no great cliange is wrought in a day. ;H wis 'ciii't get all wo think we need over the whole nation or even the State, why refuse to do the good we can, and do that good honuthjt When the proposition for prohibition was bcforetJiejKJople of pur.State to.be voted on, almost one-half the votes cast were or prohibition. The question jwns new to many who were palled to vote on it; it had bowl considered in but one light, that of Mopping the evils of Intemperance on the. oncsule, and on the other side, the ducauT were"rn"...

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 March 1887

it -tylw. ., . "YJ 1 tf cl U. 6t ii.uv L 1 v -WWL;?"!Cfc 1 THE NEWS-HERALD. '-I-! .7 ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., 0., THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1887. VOL. GO NO. 51 ft. .' . x Tb ' f' ' a- f -J' BRUTUS . TellH Timely Temperance TrathR. Extracts from n Sermon Deliv ered nt Falrvlew, Sun day, March 13th. "And when they had heard these say ings, they were full. of wrath aud cried out, saying, Great is Diana of tho.Epho sians." Such is the language of the 28th verse of the 10th chapter, of Acts. In our county seat the other day in conver sation with a friend on the submission of the prohibition clause of the Dow law to the voters of the village, he remarked that it would not carry,' because many of our best business men and church members would not vote for it, because it would injure the business of the town. This text involuntarily came to my mind. Abstract, speculative theol ogy never saved any man nor ever will. No set of theological opinions held by any man or set of men, t...

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 March 1887

-VC" '' M The News-Herald. THCRSBAY. SSAItCM . 1MT. HILLSBORa i t t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tna population of Austin, Texas, Is now 67,033. Kansas Curls building a (100,000 opera house. Mrs. Looah Is posted by many begging lotters. A ketors of the untidy dragging skirts Is threatened. Sponges haro been discovered in the lake of Chautauqua. Home Georgians get 300 bushels of street potatoes out of an aero. "Slits. Drcse refused totakooff her bustle before going to tho gallows. The antlers of 350 elk wero shipped from Oregon to England last year. bAic. Jokes preached twice at Toronto, recently, making 2,000 thereby. A "mother of triplets" writes to Mrs. Hendricks for money to buy a cow. Judqc Masset, of Dou glass ville, Ga., killed eleven partridges at one shot. The thrco Colo brothers, of Harrison, Ga., have their hearts on tho right sido. It would bo well If experts were to ex amine railroad bridges before the accidents. A well at Yakutsk, Siberia, has been estimated to be frozen to a d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 24 March 1887

nil ', fc r -v - V-U V VOff SUNDAY EEADjTOCr. RESURRECTION MORN. In the- dim gray mist, of morning, Bringing spices to the tomb, Braving nil tho cold world's scorning And tbo long night's drear; gloom, Stood the Marys, sad with weeping, Aiine guaraca scpuicnro, Where the soldier band were keeping Watch and ward o'er sleeper there. Hark I what means that sudden trembling I Sec the stono Is rolled away I Death and hell no more dissembling Own tho mighty conqueror's sway. Not a sleeper In the city, Roused him at the earthquake's shook) Lost In stfcmber as to pity Priest nor scribe was thero to mock: Trembling, fled the Roman soldiers, Spurred by mose than mortal fear; Only left the meek beholders, y Only stood tho women there. 1.0, j form ot angel brightness Sitting on the obedient stono, , Clad In r jbes ot snowy whiteness GOUrdi tho vacant tomb alone, " Go and tell the sad disciples That the Lord Is risen indeed. For the grave could not contain Illm, He, tho Lord of quick and dead 1"...

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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. — 24 March 1887

ir. mmmimmmmimSSffmmmamm The NewsHerald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Tit News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. BMRERE. BESEE BARRERE. UMCRimON, ll.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES IK)!! ADVEBTIBINO Mad Known en Application. MARCH 24, 1887. EDITORIAJL. H. S. MeNICOL Libert; Township Contention. lb the qualified Republican totcrt of Liberty Tounthip, Highland County, Ohio: Yon are hereby notified to meet at your respective voting places in said Liberty 'Township on Saturday, March 2flth, A.'D. 1880, between tho hours of 2 and 5 p. m. of said day to nominate candidates for the following officers: One Trustee. Clerk. Treasurer. Two Assessors. Two Constables. All voting to be by ballot, and the persons receiving tho highest number of ballots will be declared the nominee. The places of meeting will be the County Commissioner's office in Court house nnd Mayor's offire in City Hall. Hillsboro Corporation Contention. To the qualified Republican xotert of the incorporated tillage of Hilhboro, 0.: ...

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 March 1887

! i V, v- f! m The News-Herald. Offloei' leggard Building, W. Main 8t MARCH 24, 1887. Th clrenlatlon of it newspaper deter mines the value of In columns at n ad verttslne; medium. The MBWB-RCKAIiD has bjr far the largee circulation of any paper In Highland conntVt which fact ad verttsers would do well to bear In mind Oar lists ar open to their Inspection. Friday of next week is "All Foots' Day." m , Miss Hatlie Fenner, of this city, is vis iting relatives in Xenia, 0. m General Lew Wallaco is billed nt the Armory for the 22d of April. a The Parker House barber shop em ploys only the best of workmen. m Mrs. D. B. Kirker, of Decatur, Ohio, visited relatives' in this city last week. m Easter cards and Easter booklets at Bowies' book store. Go and see them. Scrap iron pf best quality is worth 60c per 100 pounds at the. Foundry. m34t m Miss Minnie Brown, of Ralnsboro, visited relatives in this city several days last week. Miss Belle Hawk, of this city, visited relatives in Manchester, Ad...

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 March 1887

- - -k ' . t?-- (' : It if . r M I- JTi M r v ? r It. v l I t The News-Heraid. TUtlllftUAY. If AHCHSi. IMT. iiii.t.scono onto WAIT. WMt, my darling, by thn shore Whero the dreary waters moan; You already tune crowed o'er, I om lingering here alone. Stray not in that land of light Far beyond the open gate, Lest I loso jou from rov night Wait, my darling, darling, wait. Mine the cross, but jours the crown; Mine tho lnlor, jours the rest: You your burden ha e east down Sorrow linger In my breast. All the wax i's of llfo s rudo sen , Dash my bark with storm lorn sail. Tempest still abides for me You bale drifted through the gale. I upon tho hither shore. You beyond the troubled tido; Sorrow cxcs you no more. Shadows with my llfo abide. Heart that necr more shall ache. i:es that neer more shall weepi Whilst I sorrow for jour sake, Ljlng In the last, long sleop. Walt, my darling, by the shore, Whero the rier darkly rolls; Soon 1, too. shall Joumoy o'or, Passing to the land of souls. Stray...

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 March 1887

1 h k ,-l ). -N LIFE IN BIG CITIES. oat of the Qncer Vp and Downs Among New York's Worhinn-Popl. It. is often said that hundreds of men walk tho streets of Mow York seeking work and unablo to find it. Tho most prominent employment broker In town said tho other night that this was en tlrely untrue. "I can glvo eyery man work," ho said, "though It may not be tho kind ha desires or Is fitted for. I have dozen " of restaurants and hotels to supply and thcro aro always some vacancies. This morning's papers announced the sui cides of three men who became despcr nto becauso they could not get work. If thoy had been willing to take tho first thing that camo along they'd been all right. No man need stairre." "How low do wages runt"' " "I sent threo men to work as porters to-day for two dollars a week, Includ ing luncheons. You stare. Of course two dollars is nothing to us but tho man who won't work for that much and six squaro meals a week will havo to struggle in New York. No matter how sma...

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 March 1887

W l!Ht1 't IT . Wf"1 fcrW s. Pt, -. l'.n mmmmmmmmm uim wijoajg Administrator's If otic. NOTICE It hereby plven that the uudcr signed bu been (July ippointcd and qual ified u Administrates or tbo estate of John Lance, Into or Highland county, Oblo, de ceased. marl0t3 Atr.x. rcnnv. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the oflleo of the Clerk or the Board of YA ucatlon of Union township, until twelve o'clock at noon on the flrtt day of April, 1887, for building a echoolhoueo on the lot situated in district No. 1 of aaid township, according to the plana and specification! on file in aaid office. Each bid mnit contain the namo of every person interested in the same, and be accompanied by a sufficient guaranty of some disinterested person, that if the bid in accepted a contract will be entered Into, and the per formance of it properly secured. The bid for each kind of material called for by the specifl cations mnat be stated separately and the price of each given, a...

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. — 31 March 1887

Mlivl IsU, it i ,n SVL mi NEWS-HERALD. y ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1887. VOL. 50 NO. 5S a THE i i V- " ? i t " '. LIVELY LEESBURG, The Miniature Metropolis of Fairfield Township. Her Business Interests Promt ncnt Citizens Results of Prohibition. Blrth-Place f the Buckeye Pelnts Picked Up abitat, Tons Pleat sat Hill Cemetery. A pair of Nbws Herald men dropped in on the above named tittle city in the east precini-t of Fairfield township last Friday and stayed all day. Leesburg is a pretty hamlet. Her residences are neat, substantial and well-built. She has several handsome business blocks and s goodly number of agreeable eater prising business men. The town plat was laid off in 1814, and the early settlers were r,he good old Quakers whose steady thorough going descendants, compose a large portion of the population of Lees burg and its outlying country. The scribe had his note-book along and from the jottings obtained we shall try to construct 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. — 31 March 1887

J .. "vf " ,i .y, v r" l; k ii i fcH i 6F K !- a "- f-r, ' -!... v t The News-Herald. .HtTRNBAY. MAHCHSl, 1SS7. HIIXSBORO. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Bmchu's tomb Is guarded by two offi cers. Fxnn tt Nth is the name of a Western firm. Orion smugglers have been arrested In Ban Francisco. Geronimo is employed in making garden st Fort Pickens, Fla. Wm. O'Brien, of Pottstown, Fa., has caught a large whito rat. Colonel Ingehsoll snys he will deliver no more antl-rellgious lectures. A man In Illinois dodged a colt's kick, fell on a stump and broke four ribs. TnE name of Mule Head has been hit upon for a new settlement in Dakota. Mart Anderson Is said to bo worth 1000, 000 and Lotta only $400,000 poor thing. The average weekly consumption of coal In London Is $250,000 tons. This toot Them. Allen G. Tiicrman keeps no horses be cause Mrs. Thurman is afraid to rido or drive. One-fourth the milk dealers in Boston, the local inspector of milk asserts, are dis honest. Mrs. Beecuer has gono to Florida ...

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. — 31 March 1887

KJ r? J 1'OIi SUNDAY BEADING-. ONLY WILLING. Ex. xixt:5. "My ilfo In so littlo," tho maiden sighed, "My wisdom to weak, my graces untaught; I only am willing! a gift so small Tho Heavenly Matter may count (or naught." Ah, Killing Is love's own "gift my child, And safest pats to the Matter's heart. No servant has lcirned n nobler word. No angel a sweeter ono could Impart, And the mother turned to bor holy book. To read how the Kin? Bis houso would build. "Whoso Is willing, his scrvtco I seek. For the will ng heart with wealih Is filled." Thus the word went out, and the willing ones, . Of treasured silver and Jewels and gold, Bring joyfully forth fair hangings of blue And crimson, and beautiful broideries old. Soft perfumed oil for the golden lamps, And odorous Incense to breathe Ills praise) All costly and curious things they bring, Till the King's own word their offering stays. "So ever, dear heart, the trilling are called; For to them It given the grace of tho wise. Things precious...

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. — 31 March 1887

: ( V I I 'i 1 I The Nffiws-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT TH News-Herald Publishing Company. . W. bMRRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A year in advance. IlAtKS FOB .ADVERTISING Mat Known en Application. MARCH 81, 1887. EDITORiLAJL. H. 8. McNICOL Liberty Township Republican Ticket. Trustee, ALLEN COOrER. Clerk, X. II. AYKES. Treasurer, JAMES REECE. Constables, EZRA 8TEVENS0N, JOHN DEVOSS. Assessor, N. P., JOHN W. ARTHUR. Assessor, S. P., WM. A. FENNER. Republican Corporation Ticket. Members of Council, J. H. MULLENIX, W. 8. PATTERSON, W. C. COWMAN. Republican School Board Ticket. S. C. WRIGHT, A.W THORNBURG. Penn Toiruship Republican Ticket. Justice of the Peace, C. F. UNDERWOOD. Trustee, WILLIAM TRIPLETT. Clerk, R. B. FAIRLEY. Trsasurer, WILLIAM CAREY. Assessor, F. J. HODSON. Constable, WILLIAM H. JOHNSON. Supervisor, Bore for gas or bust. The township ticket is a good one. Study it and vote it. Alabama's gambling laws impose six months imprisonment for the first offen...

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. — 31 March 1887

V J TO- EXTRAORDINARY 0FFER1 -FromHigtilandHills -TO AN- Emperor's Tomb WITH Tn NEWS-HERALD ONE YEAR To all New Subscribers For 2.00 Cash In Advance! SUBSOBIBE! WITHOUT DELAY. fffffffffffff?Hf?fff?f? The News-Herald. Offlooi Hoggard Building, W. Main St MARCH 31, 1887. Sunday next is Palm Sunday. Court commences next Tuesday. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. A telephone has been placed in the Kramer House stables. . Mr. Harry Rannells visited his parents in Wilmington last Friday. The Parker Houso barber shop cm ploys only the best of workmen. We always pay the highest price for wheat. Hiestand & Cowman. A pleasant surprise party was given Miss Minnie Elliott last Thursday night. Easter cards and Easter booklets at Bowles' book store. Go and see them. Call and see Hiestand & Cowman, at Model City Mills, before you sell your wheat. Embroidery silk, embroidery linen, buttons, braids, and au extra assortment of notions at Hibben's A grandchild of Mr. James Baker, col ored, 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. — 31 March 1887

(l If i'i a-t .Rt I 1 KK m r-i ,v. rw. The News-Herald. tiicieiay. n a i:cn 31, iw. HIlUSHORO. OHIO SONQ OF THE GROCER. 0 teas mo not," tho maiden cried, "Such things I Ho dnsplco, I wish yon really would go weigh, And from your knees would rice," "I can not help this cofteo said. For yon havo chilled me through; Though you to me hat e given the sack) No fairer flour e'er grow. This soap has slipped away from mo, That I can call you mlno; But if tho barrel be removed Please drop to me a line, "I'd scale the highest grado fofisou, Or grind my way so fine ; Whatever elso get's mixed, you'll sea My heart will round you twine, I shall not strive you to appcas, Though this Is butter blow, I still must think rhat might hav o bean llud you not said mo no." San FrancUco Watp. JOLLIERY EXPLOSIONS. Efforts "Which Have Boen Made to Prevent Them. The "Davy" Lamp and Fire Damp Coal Dust Dangers "Shot-Wring" to Give Flace to Safer Methods of Explosions. The atmosphere of every coM-mino probably c...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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