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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 31 March 1887

atV swv;' 1 na . J HCROIO GARIBALDI. ,Smt Phrtleat Strength, Brarery n4 I Magnanimity of tho "Liberator." i What Impressed m6 most, about QirK baldt was the j Immense triceps ( of shoulder muscles he had. fThoywcra Just like two half cocoanuts sticking up jUnderneath his white Mexican mantle. iFrom Heenan and Morrlssoy to Macr i(Sayers had a remarkably small arm) liievor saw any thing like It It would hare made two of theirs. And the saber ho used! JTwo, of the Life .Guards', blades forged into ono would just liavo made It. Many a time have I seen that 'awful saber sweeping right, left, right, loft, like clockwork, as he mowcd.down, (the enemy like grass, seated on his old jwhite charger, leaving a "lane" (that is the only word) for us who followed him closely. "Avantl nvantt" rang from his lips all tho while, and, his trumpet voice rose high abovo tho loudest artillery fire. His strength was simply Herculean, and was only sur passed by General Dunne. As an, in stance of Garibaldi's...

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. — 31 March 1887

-TP -- ' ", 'yfjvfTV fefc iwj. t'i. ' fift v a U-f ' Jacob Saylsr & SON Asks: Why don't you buy the LIGHT-RUNNING Aw sQVlD New Horns Sewing Machine It U not equaled by any other ; it never gots oat of order ; It is no easily understood that child ten yean old can do all kinds of sewing on it I yon can buy it of parties that are relia ble and will always keep Needles and other sup plies for It 5 it is the only machine In the world on which art embroidery can be successfully done without the aid of extra attachments Call at their store and see samples or work made on this splendid machine. Jacob Say lor & Son are still selling Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and all kinds of Fancy Goods remarkably low. Come and have your eyes properly fitted with Spectacles at the sign of the MO WATCH, Corner Main and High Streets. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. H. P. and E.J.Scott.ex'rs, vs. Henry W.Spar gnr. Htithland County Court of Common 1'ieos. Case No. 4252. OllDEll OF SALE. in pursuance of an o...

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. — 7 April 1887

."- A'u'; X C ( u m- '4mtmmv- nm1"' IVIttMW ti -VW K Bt.CllW'NWIHil1tl'H a?WWMM JTtT -v . . f fV tU.oLT.X THE NEWS-HERALD, 3.fiT!HT Gi T I ESTABLISHED 1837: HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1887. i VOL. 60 NO. 52 ' .r V CC u X $. THE TRAMP. Wonderful Industries of Chattanooga. The A City's Phenomenal Growth in Wealth, Industry and Importance. Lookout Monniuln and the Scenery It Affiirds-The Xew lucllnp Rail- road tot ho Top Hills. bora Folks. Mn. KniTon: If I am in order I rise to respectfully offer the finish of the let ter I lust sent you, which was quito snort for one of my age, and which with the enclosed fow lines and incidental remarks will put it ami them all to gether mulct- it letter lengthy enough, whatever its slmrtc imings The preceding lines may seem a trifle ambiguous. Indeed I cun't find in the jagged picturesque stylo of penmanship in which they are written, any portrayal of what I meant to portray. But never mind the principal object was to get starte...

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. — 7 April 1887

jr" f Lv a " .vv?r j? rv'""'-"-'' r'.- f ' t i '- tv t."j ,Jr & . sr ry 1 ". 4 ;' -: x. . The News-Herald, THVRMA1. APKII.7. 1MT. HILLSBORO. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tn! Chinese alphabet contains 80,000 characters. Potatoes stuffed with egg and grated ebceso arc a new dish. Tbi Temple Emanuel, in New York, has , an organ with 4,434 pipes. , Otster on shell at a cent apiece, aro vended on trays in Now York. In India thcro aro four female mission arlcs to every million of women. Diamonds arc found in two Georgia coun tics and gold in fifty-six counties. Aweu.3,000 feet deep is to be bored in the City of Mexico in search of oil. All the railroads are looking sharp to their bridges. It's a good investment. AXtenncuo (N. Y.) maiden chewed too much gum and lot control of her jaw. Halt is selling for fifty-ono cents a barrel In Michigan, with the barrel thrown in.. The lt modern siege guns cost f.l",000, and it costs ?MQ to shoot one of them only once. A niTsipiAX sits at the bedsido of Em...

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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. — 7 April 1887

'i'J M V - u v V H rOtt SUNDAY READING. anqelio faces. Truly, Wo'llgU Is'boautlfiil.' ' i From tun or moon or star. But shining out from happy cyci More radiant by fnr; I sat within the lllnjro church. Amid the gathered throng, And heard tho simple morning prayer, The. glad uplifted song; And when tho good man stood to tell Of fairer homes above, Tho "many mansions" that are kept By God's unfailing love. There was s sweet-faced llttlo maid In qutet sitting by, . Who caught Ufa tender words that fell,' With nf pttire' In her cs o ; I could but watch tho waves of light ' Tnt pWyta upon her face, 'Where child-Ukt faith and hope had shed Alouch'ef Heavenly grace. ' The same words falling on my car, - in mat stm sabbath hour. Drew from this sweet and trustful loolc Their strong prevailing power. I could but pray, though half In Joy, Arm naif in shame ana grior: "Lord, I belle e, lift Thou my soul, . And help mine unbelief." n. Along the city's crowded streets, In sunshine, rain or snow, ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1887

f. o Sr, c fr. 'MWr,, t, ,;VffV-yfr'T"'H'i -'" '" ,,. V ,v r - & A i 'fi ? 't. .v $ V .', iV 4 ! k fife S&V The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT TH News-Herald Publishing Company, S. W. aHRNERE. IEBEE BARRERE. UMCRimON, II.SO A year in advance. BATK8 FOR ADVERTISING Midi Known en Application. APRIL 7, 1887. EDITOEIAL. H. S. MeNICOL It makes u fellow weary to pay gas bills at $1 50 per thousand feet when he recollects that he could get dead loads of it in Findley for fifteen cents a month. The Cincinnati .Inquirer wants people to stop maligning that snful city. Why don't you salt the action to the word and move out ? Give the city n chance to improve. Kvery town in the gas-belt seems to be on a boom. Those that uro not already boring for natural gas are talking about it, and the bowels of mother earth will probably be in a serious state of unrest for somo time. A flag-ship of the great American navy developed a speed of eight knots an hour while on trial a few days ag...

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. — 7 April 1887

i " - . dt' "- - HK-J F . & i i v -v T. vi sattttHa.Ul.ssssisstt EURIORDIHART 0FFER1 FromHighlandHiUs -TO Att- Emperor's Tomb- WITH TBI- NEWS-HERALD ONE YEAR T all New Sabierlben For $2.00' Cash In Advance! STTBSOBIBE! WITHOUT DELAY. The News-Herald. Offioai Hoggard Building, W. Main St APRIL 7, 1887. Tha elraalatlon of a newspaper det-i. aalaea tha ralue of ! eoluaana as an ail vartlilai medium. The NKWB.HEBAI.li has bjr tar tha Urges circulation of aay paaar In Highland cnuntr, whloh tact ad vartlaars would do wall to baar In mind. Oar lists ara opan to thalr Impaction. Nest Sunday is Easter. Mr. S. A. Turner is now acting at Deputy Sheriff. Gypsy Encampment at Armory Hall to night, April 7th. a Mrs. Charles Meek is visiting her parents in Cincinnati. a Mr. James P. Tudor, of this eity, has opened a dental office in Bainbridge. m We pay 82c. for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiestand & Cowman, Dr. J. J. McClellan, the Columbus specialist, was in this city last Friday. Pl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1887

1t""r" L.v : ' -' f , ' "' tr The News-Herald. THVRSBVAY. AritlbT, IM7. IllLLSBOIlO. OHIO ALL THE MORE, SIR. You say yon've lot jour heart to mo, And call me qutto a ctanrmcr. You tell me that my lover dear Is nothing but a farmer; He likes to toll. In honest Roll; I knew It all before, air, And as he Is farmer lad, I lore him all the more. Mr. . I do, Indeed! I hone s ou heed My story told before, Mr: If you despise the l.id I prize, 1 lore him all tho more, sir. You say mv lover offer mo A cot, and more's the pltvl That I shall have as your fair brldo A mansion in tne city. Ah. no, sir, thanltnl Tint cot butranki Tho palaces of yore, sir, For each sw eet roso that round It blows I lot o him all tho more, sir. You tell me you would die for me ; Your love you can not smother; I'm sorry, sir, but John and I Would die for one another. Mv fanner boy, he brings mo Joy i I hear him at the door, sir; You'd better go: If you're his foe, I lo 0 him all the moro, sir. I do, lrdeed ; I hope y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1887

N, m 'r ILA y J " $ V X 8CIENOE AND INDUSTRY. An excellent carbon for electrical purpose is now obtained from sea weed. . Ail Australian has in vented nn olcc- trlcal machlne-guii which ho claims 1 capable of firing 120 rounds cvoVy few seconds, from any position and in any direction. The discovery of a network of so- , called canals on the planet Mars by Schlap'arclll soveral years ago, has been confirmed this year by observers both In England and Italy. A button which works on tho prin ciple of a cork-screw is tho last novelty out, and the patentoo was offered f 25, 000 for his rights tho moment ho had , the first button out Detroit Free Press. ,' Wilmington, VtM Is nearly in tho center of tho largest maple sugar mak- T Ing section in "tho world. Tho largest t maker thoro ships ten thousand gallons of sirup yearly, and tho business is growing fast Keports from many places show that I (tho electric railway is no longer an cx- t pcriment, but a fact It will bo a long time beforo wo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 April 1887

i f r.ri7r .f.v?r y, i ' v,7Nw -s-o k.?. - yr ..w.lj!yww LffilWM' X"1 r rl.t k ('"' 4f' i3 "" are wwtwwtfrMMtwwtisawiy ww)mwwtWiKwjitmmaw il v t iiwtt fja-". -i uu pi if t ; ft il w i t If R 'W 1A f rjU - t&ir- W Jicob Siflir & SON. Why don't bay the Asks i Why don't you bay the LIGHT-RUNNING lev Home Sowing Machine It not equaled by any other ; it never get oat of order ! it It so easily ondentood that a child ton rears old can do all kind of sewing oa it ; yon can buy it of parties that are relia nt ana win aiwaya Keep needles ana otner sup ,pliefl for it ; it is the ouly machine in the wori i on which art embroidery can be successfully don without the aid of extra attachments Call at their stare and see samples of work Bade on this splendid machine. Jacob Baylor Bon are sun selling waicnes, uiocxs, jeweiry and all kinds of Fancy doods remarkably low Dome and hare yonr eyes properly fitted with Spectacle at tho sign of the BIO WATCH, Corner Main and High Streets. DUKE OF F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1887

jc v ir"'tr ii .. 4 . 'J" - r -y- ?..' . ii O Sk'J', 'A i 4ir .'J'i ?j! ,'W-T- -'i. ,v . ."-. c- m&mm V .-. .& '- U'i , V. .r ft t t-, "V-i ' , v -r '&r w "4 (XoaAJv vm. : ---; iji$f,iwr -. -. w ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBOKO, HIGHLAND CO., 0;1HURSDA, APRIL 14, 1887. VOL. 50-05521 Ts "f " -. - .i'f,.,, y V'J VT . .. K - -tVi .r k a7 r ..'St . -I THE MEWS-HERALD " pvll B m r' i.p u V a -r Y '- f 8. R. , B - 'U. X v It M v m a. 4 V' Among the Choicest Charms of Chattanooga. Forbears Description in Prefer ence to the Trunin Tempted to Invest in Real Estate '" but 'Refrains Again. Regards Ohio as tho ('eater of the Ualvcrso anil Hillsboro as the lions of the Soal The Go lag-West Chestnut A Trifle liomeslcx. Chattanooga, Tenn., March 27. "Hellol'. , - "Hello." '-.. ' 'Give rne'HllisboroTplease. titello, is that the Nkws-Hbbald office?" "All right. Well I am here and want to have a 'talk with you about some thing, I don't care what. It is Sunday night and of course I am thinking ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1887

"? ' ,M.i.". 'Vi ' 't : .Vj'.ito. "7 v- -: wEHrz ,? z ,c j "V WJt " Xi ium It It . . wt., ?j TRtfOWSSkE "3M tk V. SyS :' j I -j v T . "v r.3.-T- ' SH.TU ..? i m srmmtor$mt&Fmmxmx?gvwimjms'immmz ' iimmimi in iwm,i!?33wsw'vmi v.J.;r ""t vyf jrt ,ti M ?;$5w&;;i RS , & ev 5 " p The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY B THS VtwsHerald Publishing Company. fl. W. MRRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. WMORIPTION, II.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. StATKS FOR ADVERTISING Made Knota en Application. APRIL 14, 1887. EDITORIAL. H. S. McNICOL Chillicotho wouldn't be out of fashion tor the world. She is going to boro for gS8. Dr. I. S. Tupptns, a young colored man, is the newly-elected Mayor of Rondville. Ohio. Mercy ! What a host of Hillsboro'n good people would take the lock-jaw an I die before medical aid could be secured if Buck a calamity should befall us ! The Commercial Gazette comes forth again in a two-column editorial, attempt ing to prove that prohibition is a failure and regulation is the only ef...

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. — 14 April 1887

kKi' 1TO ?yf fwgpw 4 J TJC JhMi tV fc , . "i " r5fiA& e -v;-.-.,, . ii, imr-w'.r , VV .' PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT. She ! aa lrsinial AnMnm of Bom Km of -tack, Father Anderiedy, who, by the recent death of Father Beckx, succeeds to the offloe of superior general of the Jesuits, la now la hk lxty-nlnth year) but from the time he was twenty-eight he hai been one of the moat foremost members of the society. Father Anderiedy was very prominent In the Ultra montane League agitation In 1847, and shortly after the League came to an untimely end he was appointed superior of the prov ince of Prussia. He was next promoted to the high post of "Assistant for Germany," with jurisdiction oyer Austria, Swltserland, Belgium, Holland and Scandinavia. Father Anderledy's long connection with Germany is not unlikely to have an important influ ence upon present and future negotiations between Berlin and the Vatican. He is a man of polished manners and autocratic temper. Among his many accomplishments not ...

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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. — 14 April 1887

a& m "" V 8fe" SXjTJV SSP t f If ) Sj!? I' K " a euamrs.' r n,3UtT bjWho ta that man who walks remote, iOr.WMh Itntnm AntrM anil raveled coat. UKW . I N'T' J Vfkn maa amtlA ftr Ifttlfftlft? ii ! I tin'a nne whom fato condemns ll?To writing sage apothegms, W ft A .... ....A.. v ,x AUU luuuy paiinJuo. &--&SP' s532 Before he met with his mishap SW? -He was a fairly decent chap, LexSv vnth "gns intellect pSSKr1 ..And though it was of small amount. Hla unpretentious bank account, kwV .. t Secured him some respect. tie was cngngeu a niniu ro weu 'Whose cheeks were as the roses rod, Lithe, sylphtd, azure eyed, Her smile would turn the sourest glaaV To emphasize her charms she had Ton thousand pounds beside. This chap could tum a witty phrase - 'Till tribute smiles and friendly praise, tavy T VFUSClireu U13JUUIutlll. Vlliu. JtW"' Theri an incautious friend one day w?u Said you' re a Renins in your way ; .K'r. Alas I that settled him. SS1 In nearly every case you'll find Jfe$The ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1887

, r - -i ; "t t r. ICv r Ik 4, Mj- liP" M 8" 3t f m ItA-Tf W3: tiSSxtiW & y. m ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggagggggggggggggggggggggggggggg gggggggglggggggniWiHIWMIHIWHBtMIWBMllMrHHBM iP?" The News Herad. ---to SENATORS1 "MAILS,' 3 - Very curious" customs, besides this, are ' f : hbohcohio. ffissr&t&srsF now swsr " r- - nn,am, T funeral ceremony had been fully carried ANSWER LETTERS, V THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 16a7. ont a lamp would have been lighted at AT HER 0N FUNERAL QUEER CUSTOMS IN TItE HEBREW v COLONY Or NEW YORK. An Intensely Orthodox Community Who Rigidly Adhere to Their Old World Tra ditionsA Renonneed Daughter Burled as One Who Ii Dead Kosher food. Bid you over hear of a funeral without a corpse ? Yet such a contradiction Is not unknown In one of the out-of-the-way corners of New Yorkt Tho people -who are responsible for unsubstantial funerals of this sort are the orthodox He brews who live In the streets that He close to Ea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1887

g?sr m m i it- ' arasmawaiMrai nvtBrvn ii ' ft." lVj?J V. ?' Kr 7 i v,';kW wy r,Se:.'i aVYM? ?B .. ift -i3?r, " " i ! V -J- V . ' it J" T ak Aim CAariJB. nouiuiaR. nem k tvt ttght of stain, mwMMiHllflMiwhlili! blllt the forth Cram bu'i cruel lab, r JUKI the Miwl to God's part sky. .From bekiw, in the he distant Mm, -I ran Init tifr tn rlsiirr snrt rlssh &lJk.lifnifkilriiltft fcof the lessons of hunti tor oath. t-'A.J f Unah aa T Innk nn tha world l"m- .ii uiii...i.rM.14 S'VAad thank God that Bay destiny hurled p-m so far from the venomous ants. '. Of court, you mar aay. I am poor SC Vllbt la AaaaA In4 ! I. vnAMMP jJiMRW the wolf has oft bayed at my door, S. The honey of lore and derotlon; The sweets that make poretty lignt, S JUad weaken the bitterest potion, iYes, love, It atta amlllngly there, I 'Ail write lor our butter and bread; fafi Pausing, I look toward her chair :j ,xo admire tne turn or nerneaa. At my gase I can see the soft blushes, im sprawl uun nr uuu w ucr ciu, Aa ...

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. — 14 April 1887

SS? .vm J'W .v -v -.-- v'W!',v? . r - ' "j -.,", -rrr -""' ,&" .? J ', -' It i . ' i. ' t n , . r j - , - : .: . . . -l. . - Hi ,j At W 1 if r J 3 A J. ,il r II 1 ,v Y" '4 '.V EXTRAORDINARY 1 0FFER1 s-From HigblandHills -to An- Emperor's Tomb -WITH THE- NEWS-HERALD ONE YEAR To nit New Subscribers For $2,01) Cash In Advance! STJBSOBIBB! WITHOUT DEIiAY. fTfffffTttffff&fTWWf? The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main St APRIL 14, 1887. Mr. Ott Morrow, of Cincinnati, was in this city Sunday last. , Prof. John Horst, of Blanchester, was in tho city last Saturday. m The Chautauqua Circle meets at the residence of Dr. Iloyt Friday night. Hon. Mills Gardner, of Washington C. II., spent last Thursday in this city. Mr. J. T. Wills, of Leavenworth, Kan sas, is visiting relatives in this county. Miss Kate Mullenlx, of this city, visited relatives at Blanchester last week. For decorated and plain dinner and tea sets and chamber sets go to Bowies'. Robert Russell Post, G. A. R., ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 April 1887

r, -Ti "IliSV1 y ,' vr- 'V 4 f."1 I rs.j, -tl.g, &? 'n-&V :mB v'jw v.Tfe,i: ' IV. w-: I' ' " ' , f7&l yr a if t II' 1' $ a,l - ,K Yh?'-;f?-K- HaT1- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmma J&Jhm Sayler aKH UfMU buy tho LIGHT-RUNNING New Hone Sowing Machine It til not equaled by any other ; it never gets otit of order t it U bo cilly understood that a child ten years old can do all kind of towing on It s yon can bay it or parties that are relia ble and will always keep Needles and other snp plle for it ; it is the only machine in the world on which art embroidery can be snccrssfnlly done without the aid of extra attachments. Call at their store and see samples of work made on this splendid machine. Jacob Saylor 4 Hon are still selling Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and all kinds of Fanoy Goods remarkably low. Coma and have your eyes properly fitted with Spectacles at the sign or the DIG WATCH, Corner Main and High Streets, DUKE OF FRANCE Will stand for the service of mares until Nov. 1, at my sta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1887

;P51'L - ,L?4,;. rS p: j biUXLstrv-' 'H-uJLrk .". i , 'fr Mi' Ws - - UiCf ' l',VV. u;1 i i 4- it. --if ;rJJ,sJT' a ',. . 1 1 ., qr'tfwntyfy' ,-tt: TJ-S't - , . .".1 ',- I :' l.-i i . . t 1-4-, HIIiliSBORO, HIGHEAHIO., O., EHtJRSDAY,. APRIL 21, 1887. .3 ESTABLISHED 1837. VOL. 51 NO. 1 -" 5f yTgyy,-A"-V'wi'i'T: THE NEVSSS - HERALD - .A -V L - V, J "X 3 'f i answrv r . -,. KfMT OF THE CMP Sttjl Shiverlag In the Svnny Memorable Missionary Ridge Intensely Inspiring, Imagination Makes The Knight a Witness of the Terrible Conflicts Waged There. War Relics ties. Kaats sad his Sarse National t'eaieterr Caloaaaaga ana Lookout Moantala A Lore Story of "Ye OMea Tlste." Sunny South. Again does the "sunny" part seem to. bo a mlsnoeaer whoa applied to this country at this particular tlsae. When Lieutenant Greeley was appointed chief, of the weather bureau, he seemed to have the frigid idea so thoroughly In fused in him from his Arctic expedition that he now distributes a strongly arctic temperatur...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1887

f '. J-J-. mr' i '' "iiJ-illiai .-..- 5VKmw5i,,A -v . ,". ' ! vw.' v " " - - . S&S M bU t- R? r rj. r ' Brj f&r- -c p LS fr rt L ;$: $ a L-- Js. i V VJL Wi The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY my Tnfc News-Herald Publishing Company, Q. W. sMMERE. BEBEE BARRERE. OMCRIPTtON, tl.SO a year in advance, XIA.TKS FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. AFRIL'21, 1887. TEN PAGES, E.DITORIAJL. H. S. McNICOL Anybody heard of a Democratic cumli date for Probate .Tmli;t? That interstate commerce bill threat ens to be a thing of beauty and a joy fo.'ever. The Republican State Central Com mittee will meet in Cleveland May 4th, to determine tho time and place for holding the next State Convention. AVe always feel big on our birth-day, but when we get to betwo-scoro and ten wo can't resist the temptation to spread ourselves nil over ten pages of space. s Poor Pennsylvania ! Her Legislature has passed the resolution to submit the woman suffrage question to a popular vote. There will b...

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