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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1886

s--ijwvr - - - -mb i.Kr tTfr'w. - mtvtr!'-x-Tm vxjjqc mw -aw rz t V THE NEWS-HERALD. f ' I 1 (t ill u 1 ESTABLISHED 1837. HXLLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 6 , ( f 1 ' J -r ' ' 1 w Af' -K Professional Cards. Carsi Inserted Unssr this Hud as Follows: 1 laoh, par year .110 H Ineh, per ytr 6 Ineh , par year 8 Ten ltnea of tbli type make i lneb. . II. DOT L. W. S. RDDtBILI.. TOOTLE BCDISILL, aDBlSTTISTS, BILL8B0RO. O. Omen-In HoKlbben block, 8. High street, C. H. COLLINS. JOHN A. C0LLI1CS. (IAIMS COIAIXa, ATTOBNHYB A.T Xj-A.-W, HILLBBORO, OHIO. OmcB Booms 1 and 3 Smith Blook, nor ncr Main and High streets. A Notary Poblle In offlee. mart! A BVAMS, HXLLSBORO, O. Oruca Hibben block, formerly Herald offlee A X.FBOHSO HABT, JL.'VTOIB.NJBl'Z' A.O? Ii-AW HILLBBORO, 0. Office Corner ot Main and High streets, Mersbsnta' National Bank Building. .BOBGB B. OABDMEB, HILLBBORO, O. Office Over Felbel'e Clothing Btore. T B. CALLAHAX, D. D. B. DENTIST, HILLSBORO.O. Orsic...

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. — 12 May 1886

W 1 TheNews-Herald.1 heduhbat, mat it, its. HILLSBORO. OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. A mam and wife named Fell, of Bell ville, Ont., over seventy years of age, have been convicted of arson. TnE Prison Association of New York City Is undertaking the reformation oi criminals, and is hunting through th Jails for possiblo subjects. TnEBE are at the present time 22.00C school libraries In the United States, containing 45,000,000 books, or 12,000, 000 more than all the public libraries oi Europe combined. The fact that tho British Board of Trade has decided that no one was tc blame for the sinking of tho steamer Oregon in a calm sea, in clear weather, shows that the art of successful vindi cation has even reached England. This is the time of the year for snakt itorics. Hero is one from Texas: "A man walked into a drug store at Deca tur, Tex., and asked for an emetic, say ing that ho felt ill. A doe of ipecac was given him, and he threw up a snake lix inches long.1' If Miss Frankie Folsom's unc...

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. — 12 May 1886

7 y- "tig-' Kramer House W. Mala St., HILL8H0R0. PHILIP llAMKR, -: Proprietor. Strictly First-Class First-Class Livery, Feed and ti Sale Stables Attached. ttpieji Cel. I. J. Blonnt-K AKAOERS-y. J, Oakei WiLHUT STREET HOUSE Bet. Sixth and Seventh Btreats, CINCINNATI. .1 Firsticlass in Allits Appointments vtovuipticki U per ijf W. M. TUCKER &,C0., Props IT STdPPjDJFREE: Isisne Parsons Rutorad Dr.KUKB'80KBAT rsnsSTnsii I niuml iMJl' n ".r ATrMl IKVALLIILI tfUf I 1lrccMU, JK Ftti flt i, tf, ffmtv. lie. f rr9.mJ ... --y-T.. ! i .mkttil to DR KL.lNE.it Arch St .falliid.lDtii. P&. DragfUU. MEWAKB lit- IMITATING FXAUOS. F berrwi Notice My 10, 25 and 50c. Counters. m I 4-M1-- I'M 7 t '-.,J f."V, ! 1 t"ntk,T 0 ilfaSl before-buying-and ;see for yourselves. i'.,,1 " oJi .(S Bo. 21 NOETH HIGH STBEET. QUIHN EEOTHERS'DEUG STOEE Is headquarters for Drugs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, ZBKIJSIHCS DYE STTJFPS, "Window Glass patent Medicines, Tl ArilK Jlllllll! Etc. 1 RELIABLE PREPARATIONS, cij' -....

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. — 12 May 1886

I!' The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY El T1IK Uewa-Horald Publishing Company. Q. W. Bsrrere. Bests Barrero. E. R. Plerton. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. TIjVTTCS TOR ADV3SETI8ING Made Known on Application. MAY 12, 1886. The Gazelle's council reporter got badly rattled in naming the standing commit tcoH, Ho has John Johnson ns chair man of threo committees, whereas that gentleman is chairman of the Huilding Committee, only. If tho reporter does not know that the man first mentioned is understood to bo chairman he ought to bo restrained. The correct list was published in the Nes-Hkkvii. The best antidote for Socialism is an nihilation. America wants none of Itus sia's Xlhlllsts, nor Germany's Commun ists, nor England's Dynamiters. In troublous times the red flag clement boils over. Riots are fomented by fu rious harangues and ,infnriated mobs ready for every sort of uewltry are roused. In tho great railroad strikes of 77 it niD 4lm Minfnvnamnnt nt lnnlnoa and restles...

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. — 12 May 1886

f 'a'r :& - i.;- e-M? vc 4 tygjgj ) 1 j Ml . --V, '?i -aV 4 rASHlQNABlJBUITORLOTHESCALL.OJCar, QOlK, THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR, HILLSBOKO, OHIO. J TKtf'.Newsirieraia. Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Ifkin Bt. MAY 12 f . 1880. Call at Emma Cos & Slider's und me tbe Jorabn hat. ' , Mre,U. n.Uanlnerli visiting relative In Washington C. H. Call at Emma Cox & Bister's and neo their new stock: of millinery. Hob. UlrleHloatie will deliver the oration at Botord on Decoration Day. Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, of Wilming ton, visited relatives here last week. Mr. Will Robinson, of Greenfield, was the gnestot Mr. Harry LeFevre Sunday. Herman Hllle, of Bprlngfleld,0.,la visit leg als parent on South West street. J j Mr. Joseph Lee; of Carrollton, Mo., Is visit Ing relatives and friends In this vicinity. ' m Mr. W. T. Bhannon now appsars behind the counter of his new store at Bhannon vlile. , Mrs. Laura Hansel, of Chicago, was the gueet of Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Rannells last 1 Mr. and Mr. John ...

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. — 12 May 1886

VK ,S- The News-Herald. WF.DM.MDAV. N I IMS. lllLLSBOKO. OHIO THE FAMILY TREASURE ROOM. I lift thi latch with reverenoa and slowlr )in within; I part the curtains nolseltsMy, to let tha light licep in: The iinnlne streams across the floor, n here tileneo reigns supreme, Whllo In this ballot raomorr I walk u In I dream. There nro perm of rrteetesi treasure boforo me on each wall, Time worn p'ctures. dear reminders, that tcrnlot sci-nfi recall: There are souvenirs of loved ones, whose stay on earth was brief. There nro rIUs of love and offerings be speaking' Joy and grief. There are records of sad burials, of births and bridal scenes. Of g-olnirs out and comings In, and much that Intervenes Of touching1 evicts and tender, of circum stances sad: Of jots and hopes all radiant, of swelling hearts and clad. There are locks of hair well silvered, from a mother's sainted brow. There are tokens of a fathor'o love, mad verv precious now Bcmcmtirances of chlldhoodr Ves, a little flaxen tress W...

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. — 12 May 1886

? w 1 f .. FOB OmjrOCNG FOLK& A8 ODD AS ODD CAN BE. In totioot the rank above her mates, And wins the hlttheit prizes; Bho bound correctly all the States, And telle what e ten one I site is: In class she will hot promtot a friend, For she doesn't believe In telling) Bho heeds the rulos from end to end. And never falls In spelling-. "She's lust as odd as odd can bat" Bay all the school of Either Lee. i She keeps her room as eoat as wax, And laughs at Peter's mooklDirsi Bhe mends Prlsollla'a gloves andsacques. And darns the family stocking: Bho dusts the sitting-room for Kate, bhe cares for baby brother: Bhe fashions balls and kites for Nat o. And runs for tired mother. , "She's Just as odd as odd pan bol" bay all at home of Esthor Lee. A't For little crippled Mary Betts bho saves her brightest pennies) 8ho never, never sulks or frets If she doesn't beat at tennis) wl i hi happy words she Is sure to greet Children In lowly by-wavj Bho guides unstoady, aged feet Across the bustling...

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. — 12 May 1886

5 -9-9flh I ' il : v .. r t 4 f- V1. if" ' . Xotioe of Dissolution of Part- nership. T"OTIOC is hereby given that the parlner .131 ship heretofore existing between F. W. Armstrong and L. B. Uovd, under the Ann name of Armstrong & Doyd, in Hlllsboro, O., was dissolved by mutual consent on the first day of Mar, 1880, by the withdrawal from said fltmof F. W. Armstrong, L. U. Boyd will continue the business under the firm name of Ij. B. Bovd & Co.; office first door north John Matthews' crocery on IIIrIi street. Wholesale and retail dealers in coal and coke. Telephone connection. 3 L. B. BotD A Co. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. John Skeen vs. Mary E. Holmes et at. IHlthlnnd County Court of Common Plea. L'He Mo. 4233. ALIAS ORDER OF SALE. In pursuance of nn order Issued from the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Ulutitiiiiil and and Htateof Ohio, mnde at the Jiiunnry term, A. D. 1880, and to me dlncted, I will offer for sale at public miction, at the door or the C...

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. — 19 May 1886

rf,Mww'"'"u','!'''!' " TfX 3L ar NEWS -HERALD. r f ' 3 J - ' riiltl Wft f'J J BSTABUSHBD X887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 7 WMU'J'Wmi lm)WftwrriW-'iyw THE w Ml fl W S4t.'fn- t fS! O w ;i' t X ' ' -rtu Ml i i.i fir;: fcUl IV -Air o J ' 1f I 5' t V W 4 ? 1 - Professional Cards. Carts InurM UMfar thlt (lead u FeHtwt: 1 inch, ptr year .". !.!....? 110 54 liieli, p.r year . ..'... S l inch, per year.......... ........... .:..,....r..i..- 8 Tea lints ol this type innXe 1 lnoti. J. H.BOYLB. W.8. nCDHtM. Jl ' 7 Dc .OTE.B nUDUILL, IDBITTISjrS, , ,1 HILLSBORO, O. OWCX-In MeKlbbeu bloo.B. High street. C. H. COLLINS. Jon A. COLLINS. ftoixms cotxura, , ACTOR1TBT8' -flLo? LAIW, HILLSBORO, OHIO. ' ' ' Omen Kooms 1 and3Bmllh! Block, cor nir Main and High streets. A Notary Poblle In offleo. mr34 A EVAK8, HILtfiBORO.O:; Onlca Hibben Hook, formerly Herald offlosu iiraaRN haw, A.a?a?oi63sr3D"3r .a-t Ij.a.'w UILLSBORO, O. ' Office-Corner ot Main and Hlgb streets, M...

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. — 19 May 1886

1. ", R- y The News-Herald. WEDJIEHBAV, JIA1T1S. ISM. IIILLSBOIU), : : : OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. TnE red flag mentis blood. Thoso who wave it In tho land where tho stars nnd stripes aro supremo must not com plain if tho ofllcers of tho law which they insult and seek to destroy handle, them without gloves. The Maluva tree of Central India bears flowers which aro now being ex ported to Europe for their sugar, of which they contain more than half their weight Tho tree resembles tho oak, nd a single specimen sometimes beau a ton of flowers. A San Fkancisco paper has taken pains to "size tip" all of tho 75,000 low rato tourists that ha o come under its observation. The conclusion arrived at is that the Eastern man is neither as well fed nor as well clothed, nor as good looking nor as bright as the native Cal ifornia!. m The Sabbath Association of Philadel phia has asked tho mayor of that city to enforce a law of 1794, which sajs that no place of business shall be open on Sunday. There a...

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. — 19 May 1886

V P KranuirHouse , ML. HIIXHUOBA. PHmIrMMP; First-Class Live Cola CtaM Mpi6ri Oel. I. J. Bloaat-XAVAOBXS-r. J. Otkii WALNUT STI Bet. Sixth and Seventh B(reslV-'J CINCINNATI. H 31 First-clals POPULAJ W. M. TUCKER & COPwps STOPPEDfllEE1 AfdMHlMI llrfWII k Imim PwtMt Rettirtf aaitAtaftM (Hff 5M IHTALI Fit MUM. IMT pjrtatSprM CMrgw) CIS whn reria. Bind nfli.. 0. and am. ddrau at DfiVf tea. MBWAKU Ot IMITATING FAAVDS., , Iffiieled M nil KMNK.M, Arch St F1tll.H.tahU.- - IS W. Main. strictiyifWjM1 fnpi saw ssaw ji9 iOJL.i 8 R U 8 ( ft . B MMuW i u "WP" w PKwmnnu'"r ' -' -. IEITTOE QAKINM IT . WfflftfflHfc UMfcJiWWfaj.W u ri : ssBSSnss",lBM Am A MntHiBBAtM. laJlNBvl 3W WmWH.JLWWIL'a NnticBlrTv 10. 25anll 50c. Counters. .-. AM ' v. tn . T ffe fc.4 i A J . A f r: '.iii I CI' Ei f)l 7 , Iinrnfl i-Nrx ! nfyrl'-! SOl s k r7 t S JMa 1JC1 J Call before buying and see for yourselves. .O tSEOFa-JiIIH si TCM JTS S&3 Ho. 21 NORTH HIGH STEEET. i , tfJ I W " i1 jl Q.."J Is healuarter.for Drugs, ...

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. — 19 May 1886

"-J---Tffli W rews-Herald. JED EVERY WEDNESDAY I1Y T1IK .s-Horald Fublislnng Company! J. W. Barren. Bebte Barrett. E. R. Pitnon. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. EATKS 3TOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. MAY 19, - 1886. Tlio Senate situation haa ceasoil to bo too nw full v funny for the Democracy. All thoy can do now is to howl about the illegality of the movo nnd talk mysteri ously of what they intend to do when Johnny comes inarching home. And still the Democrats of the Senate are enjoying their vacation while the Sbtato treasury is completely "busted" and afljlrs are in a complex snarl That the machinery of legislation has again been set in motion in no way excuses tlio fleeing rascals. Much more good will bo dono if they never return, but if they do come back it will be to meet tlie henrty contempt of all honorablo men in either party. a i m The I) )W Bill re-enacting the features of the Scott law has passed both houses ami is now a law. So long as prohibi tion can...

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. — 19 May 1886

FOR A ASHldABLE SUIT OrCLOTHESt CALL ON J. Or. OOnXTJESL, THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR, HILLSBORO, OHIO 1 K ) TJSTs-Herald. Offload 'lofrgwa -BttUdlng, W. Main Bi MAY 19, 1886. . Mr. John Lyons It m with fever. CilatEmaa,OoxtftSltr'a and Me the jMw,im it m li ' ji Call at' Knima Oox A Ulster's and see their i mttK of millinery JVJ Mr.Jamt Beece, 'jr., 'Visited relatives In Springfield during the past week. The d L. B. 0. will meet at the residence bf Rer. Pearson to-morrow (Tbnnday) evening t ' i A. number of young folk from this place tibd vicinity spntlastBundsy atthe Rocky Fork. Oaves. J' ' ' I i i Miss Ora Brown, of New Vienna, U visit log In thU place, the guest of Mtwee Llda and Jeasle Amhro. , Mr, Arthur Bbepberd, who Jerks lightning noatnfnally M Lavaland, mad b is parent a flying tliltlaet week Jjn ' ' " Mis Maggie' Glenn spent 'Monday 'and Tuesday In' LyhenbJargVlh guest o her bretheri Mr. tt. t'. Olenfa. Mra. Z.i Wharton J of Chlllloothe.,' ts trie guest other, souln.law(anrt 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. — 19 May 1886

!') V The News-Herald. Wr.DXKaDAT.NATl, ISM. 1IILLSBOKO. t i t OHIO. THE ENGINEER'S STORY. Han'snm, stranger? Yes she'i purty an' t peart ez she kin be. Clever? Wyl she alnt noctili-kcn. but sho's good enough fur Vie. What s her name? TU kind o' common, ylt I Hint nsftmnt'd to tell. She's ole "Kldillor" Hilkln's daughter, an her dnd he calls her "Nell." ttr.drlvln' on the "Central" list about a year an-o On til" run from Wlnnemuoca up to Iteno In Walioc Thcreis no end o' Pkeerv places. Ta'nt a road fur one who dreams. With Its curves an' awtul tres'les over rocks an' mountain streams. TVuz an afternoon in August we hed got be hind nn hour. An wur. tcarlu' up thn mountain Ilk a turn mer thin dcr-slioiver, flouml the bend nn' by Iho ledges 'bout ez fnst ex wn could (to. With the mountain peaks above Uf an' the river down Lelow. Ei wo come nigh to a tres'le cros't a holler, deep an' wild, Suddenly 1 saw a baby, twus the station keeper's child, roddlln' r uht aionir Iho timbers with bol...

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. — 19 May 1886

n.i.Vy "vj-.1" i -t -y THE SlVfiM-KiNtt Disastrously Sw6ops Through the Miami Valley. A Dark Night of Terror and Woe at Xenla, O. The Town Delated and 'Whole Families Swept Awnjr Thirty Dead Taken Frpm the .Angry Flood, and ' Scores of Houses 'Oo Dowa ' With the Tldei-The Loss ' i thrbufehoat the Valley Wlil Beach Mill ion). Xr.NiA, Ohio, May 18. The bright Hay sun of thlt ttornjlut 'shone on a desolate and stricken Xenla. After a night of dark ness .and ' terror It Is grateful to have light ' ,and sun, but what ' an, v awful aoeno -they, reveal I' Homes laid- waste and nroDertr sweet away." and. worse than all, the wholesale destruction ,'of , life. About eight o'clock last night a mighty Tain, wind and electric torm camo up, whlohi con tinued with Unabated fury for;, fully three hours. The wind came In a continual gale, with a continual guat whcta woulddown trees, loosen shutters and do other damage. The ram fell in shoots while the sky .was livid "wltKwavo after wave of electrici...

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. — 19 May 1886

iMWMMflimMMi ltfflH liyiliaali-s i"n tl it Notice of Dissolution of Part nership. "VfOTMr. is hereby kItcii that tlio partner XI ship liurttiUorn fiitstltiit Utvrrrn F. W. Arm rouK ami L. I). IJmil, nmter Ilia llrm Uanieof Armstrong ,VIliil, In Hlllsboro, O , was dissolved lT intituil consent nil the first day of Hot, 1886, by the withdrawal from said Arm of F. V, Armstrong, h. fl Boyd will coiitltitie iIib business muter the llrm name of I.. I). Bowl A Co office tint door north John Matthew' i roeiry on High street. Wholesale and retail dealer in coal and coke. Telephone connection. 3 L. 1). Bom A Co. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Juliii Hki'cn n. Mnr '. Ilcilincs ft nl. Ilitfhliiliil County Court of I'oiiiinuli I'lcxa. I'..s No. B. ALIASORDER OF SALE. Ih pnrxnutice nf mi uroVr lneil from the I'niirlot I'oniinmi l'leun wlllilu nml tor the t'miiitvnf IIIuIiIiiikI nml iinilHlutenf Ohio. InnilBHttlie Jxiiunry term, A. D.1S60, and to hie illn-ctril. I III offer for Rule ul public mictio...

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. — 26 May 1886

rot-. iU'i frAitrw" "ssr -4JT --tvwiwfcwwwMiMrteww'W-ri- . '" -HERALD- .' "i.l 33U3TAT3 ,. -';t'.w - K.t " ' v ks v . ' , .' .w iVa .. ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSfiORO, HIGHLAND. CO.,, O., WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 8 ua U'MLjr" MMMIlllMWIlWtWalwMn'lni,",'wMC- T "" i- T'i-uM.--ir- -w- ' ' M -.'0 VW-w- i ' TTggTT BML f W 1BSV " g gf W M i -me; .- Nb;wa ' - , IT I ' i "i npy rL Professional Cards. t&i'lntertea Unitr Ihlt Head u Follows: 1 Inch, pr yaar. .'. .110 it Inch, penyaar..... g l Inch, per year. i a Ten Unsafof.thli type makel Inch. 1. 11. doyl. r. l w.s.numstLL. D fcOYLB JtrmuDisiix, TS2TTXST3, 1 HILLSBORO, O. OrjuccIn MoKlbben block, B. tilth itreet. ,-tmttBOH B.LAFFBHTV, Physicians and Surgeons, HILLSBORO, OHIO. 'Ovricxltatn itreet, over Detwller's itore. Reeldenoe, Booth itreet, Aral door weitpr Oi oar Lemon'. mywyl c. H. oollixb. jonw A. COLLINS. powm cetum, ATXOBlTi JL.T X.AW, ' HILLSBO.Rp.OBI0. QirtC-HiBJMj WZBtrflth Block, cor- tpjrf AWo"r,mpi'0 4 BVAXB, , ' ...

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. — 26 May 1886

wiip"WMMif'.fw 1 9 14 The News-Herald. WMXMBAT.niTM, IS). HILLSBORO. t t OHIO- TOPICS OF THE DAY. A cumous case camo up lately before tho English courts. A Judge was pros ecuted for llbe', nnd, strange to say, got oat of tho awkward position in which he found himself by making an ample apology. e The old "General BratUo mansion" Bt Cambridge, which Major Mifflin oc cupied in 1776 when tho American army was quartered in town, and In which Margaret Fuller afterward lived nno taught school, is so decayed that it must 1 e torn dotfn. m A German prima donna is impressed by tho fact that American ladies seem to bo afraid that they will hurt thcmsclvos by much walking. In tho fatherland women of tho best rank and station de pend upon vigorous physical exercise to preserve them in good health. m Jack kabbits were never so numer ous in Nevada since its settlement by whites as they are at present. Tho pests infest not only Nevada but .Utah and parts of Idaho. They swarm through the valleys an...

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. — 26 May 1886

: 4 i ) 7 V Kramer House TT. MU St., HILL8B0B0, . PBttff 1RAMER, - Prtfrtttfr. Strictly First-Class Firat-Clatr Livery, Feed and Sale StabiiYAttached. eel I. J. Bloant-MAaTAOIM-T. J. Oskts " . a WALRUT STREET HOUSE Bet. Sixth and Seventh Btrests, CINCINNATI. First-class in All its Appointments POPULAR PRICE, $2 per y. W. M. TUCKER & CO., Props ITS STOPPED FREE pM PtrtMi Rwtorw NPRVvRvATnnFii BlAt1f ft NfMVft DllaTASetft. On mm iMTALLtatmirukcM dlrtcttd. l&FUtmfit eura fmm JVvw JlifrHmm .- JCY jriieM . rnmmy nit, imw sna yi tmiMtti iteew It Mtfrat, thty parincPTuchtfmflnki whta Ncelvtd. Stud nimei, r. O. antl urnt ridrets ol fllcttd is Dr KLINB.ni Arch HthllAdtBhl.P. Dnif itt. BEWARE OF MtTATiNG FRAUDS. Notice My 10, 25 v V P H" ,Mi'& Ho. 21 NORTH HIGH STEEET. Call before buip'gsifid see for yourselves. J. IYI. HIESTAND. QTJOT BROTHERS' DRUG STORE Is headquarters for Drugs, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, SKTJSiiES DD3TE' STUFFS, Wiri'dbw Glass Patent Medicines, ti j it mmrm-- R...

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. — 26 May 1886

mfrbK Woo Wil Kit at 50 to & FlinlS l SO tS .fV Wtf .1 !! Pf ft in The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 11V THE News-Herald Publishing Company . 0. W. Barren. Bebce Barrcre. E. R. Pierton. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOR ADVjriirPISINGI , Made Known on Application. MAY 86, - 1886. i bill to compel thu teaching of the ell'octs of .narcotics and stimulants in the public schools of tho District of Colum bia nml the territories hns passed Con gress and is now a law. This h an object for which temperance people have been striving so long and a point has at last boon scored. Many of the States have enacted a similar measure and the action of Congress will furnish a new precedent for the remaining Statq Legislattn es to follow. - Tho ruoie distinctly workingmon sep arate themselves from socialists and an nrchistis, the more hope there will be for tho final triumph of the lab6r move ment. America cannot tolerate the riot ous, lawless elements which Europe has empt...

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