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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 5 May 1887

' .JS"&ri - .-sC ' -,' jPffe, J ,w. 'Jv.!1 sj5$flBia' ' wfipat J ; T5 .) I lJ r &. I ! "I, V f . v: i x u ' .' . ,t Ck. The' News-Herald. Offioei Boggard Building, . Vats Bt. MAT 5, 1887. Dr. Joyce at the M. E. Church Friday evening, May 6. Admis sion 25 cents. m Greenfield is agitating gas. Don't forget Dr. Joyce's lecture. Don't fall to hear Dr. Joyce's lecture Friday night. Miss Anna Dawson is visiting friends In Fayetteville. Mr. Nat Rockhold, of Cincinnati, was in the city over Sunday. Cummunion services at Presbyterian Church next Sunday week. Read the entertaining letter of "Kan sas Joo" in another column. We pay 82c. for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiestand & Cowman. Mrs. C. H. Collins visited friends and relatives in Clermont county last week. Mrs. Joe Perln spent several days of the past week visiting relatives in Bond Hill. Encourage the Young Men's League by attending the lecture to-morrow night. Mr. Ed Thomas, of Cincinnati, was the guest of relatives in...

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. — 5 May 1887

"V H.' -'i .' ( it'- W- -, it ' i V iV :'j l& I. L ;? '. rv i V & ;., r & : AV Jacob Sayler & SON Asksi Why ilou't jou bay the LIGHT-RUNNING lew Homo Sewing Machine It it not equaled by toy other ; it cover gets oat of order ; it i so easily understood that a child ten yean old can do all kind of tewing no it t yon can buy it ot parties that are relia ble and will always keep Needle and other sop plies for it ; it la 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 sec samples of work made on this splendid machine. Jacob Sayloi & Son are still selling Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and all kinds of Fancy Goods remarkably low. Come and have your eyes properly fitted Bpectacles at the sign of the BIO WATCH, Corner Main and High Streets. DUKE OF FRANCE Will stand for the service of marcs until Nov. 1, at my stables In New Boston. Highland Co. DESCRIPTION and PEDianEE. Duke of France...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

ijnW- &mzs&v''v-'''' &wmw: W- V -.. .P II T ?MFl&&&vm3m&B, ul" VilT THE NEWS-HERALD. f? ImtfBRorBfiaHLAiro cor;., Thursday, may 12, isst. m ' VOL. 61-NO. Aft, -- r a t;-j si.-' 1 f y I J. n J9J. h. .. v ,$. - fcrf x l.fcV X In iHo'Emplre State of the South." Thrf Capital's Winding Streets and Bullet-Marked Buildings. The Medical Fraternity of the South "Sherman's March to the Sea" Gate City QHards Confed erate Decoration Day. Atlanta, .Ga., April 20, 1887. Tho city o( Atlanta contains about 50,000 breathing human beings, 'includ ing' transient boarders, street "fakers" and book agents. When I asked for the population I was told that the city con tained 60,000 inhabitants, but I always deduct about one-sixth the telling pop ulation to get at the real number. Atlanta is one of the cities of the South that tho country has just reasons to be proud of. It is located In a healthy district and has the air of substantial steady growth about it. It has none of tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

'rK- Vfiffi, x'-' X; Ur- --;v 5-nsffir iTw , -'.v-iw- t , T HWWT&TabrVT-,ftflvflLJD . 1 ipw E41 JS i ft u. F i I I! B "ft ?iw i''G- : The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BV TIIK News-Herald Publishing Company. . W. RaftRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUIICRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES IVB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. MAY 12, 1887. EDITOEIAL. H. 8. McNICOL To Hillsboro's tippling places, a long farewell. We wonder If the next grand jury will find anything to do ? The Republican State Convention will be held at Toledo, July 27 aqd 28. Gas, oil or water we must have, and we have no objection to securing the whole trinity. The Annual Convention of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association will bo held at Cleveland Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, May 24, 25 and 2G. While other towns are boasting of their many superior advantages, we beg to remind people who are looking out for a location that Highland county is not a barren howling wilderness. Antiquarians are making a grea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

'! . V "?! . liP&h Bfc. ' Sr . ?3-T- ifeii,-.. 53 ' -V ! ssshr? grFV' a-i-VS - Ji, B3.'3- mw 3frT" PS WvrjM rrar "M .-a -r- Tti"Mf1a1alnl y & -. - U "'j'llfc &fmiT& J- tj,Vi "rbi.. . :iz'.lV . -,- "f1". :VJ;3ES;iSa!.r mimmm i' -nni' ijx.-jt OKIO. ,. -' ' ' - X ,' ? TUPfWDATj kAY 18, lB87.ftj- BfcEfcHEhllSMS.; Prorata liJManrMoaUiPvltli-WH Ud ,. A book, has jatt,been published, enUtted "Proverbs frbm,Myineuth.PulptLthml Hon of which htdbeenpartlyojinpletedby 'MrBcecb-fcefore' hta,audd deeth,,,,The following tpecbiaena,of , the; grek preachers sententious' wisdom will be read with Interest t . Anin Is a &t' bundle ;of tools. Heia born Into this life without the knowledge oi how to use: theml .Education is .the process of lewnlngrthetrH nee, . and dangers- and troubles are, Mod's whetstones with which to keep them sharpy, a ,t k A .man who. cannot get angry Is like' a stream that-cannot' overflow, that is always turbid. Sometimes Indignation Is as good as a thunders...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

tfiOT i?Pv, I'&Ml iB- $&& y '4 111, AMONG THE CHURCHES. flkM lata Kveat of laterest la the Re- ' jS'iw . - i-i .. ..., ' ; -lc largest parisnes in tne umerau ttmrefc are to be found In Central Russia. One 'a(tUM numbers MO village and comprises MJW souls. &y.- a Protestant Church building at Skayrna three separate congregations worship WIT Sunday In as many different languages, Armenian, Turkish and Greek "'Of the 87,000 Inhabitants of the Sa- ean Islands It is stated that 7.0TO are church RRmuvn aim o,uiu iinjmuuiiuiuniuiuiouiuui- Saip. There are 200 native ministers. v&V The Rev. George Qrenfell in the mis sion steamer Peace has traversed 3,400 miles alone tne uomro river and us larirer tributaries ,.g visiting many tribes which had never seen a ';'M s It ia proposed to erect a monument to Robert Snow, the rounder of the first Sunday A nm1 llewwtlrl fTtinnliAtnj1 nnot will lk jg about $10,000, to be raised by subscriptions .crom ounoay-sctiool scnolars. ' I&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

Uf-iT....' 'Qj4 5 ! p .Wi r '",5, .-'', . . T-v, ' yit yJv JMM Ml &m? Tit Tffl ? M JX1 fk- s& . te.rr. p-T. V I-,- r'J-M r w? - M 3 ism- The News Herald. MlIXSBOBO, OHIO. THURSDAY. MAY 13, 1867. FOREIGN GOSSIP. (I fresh Chlt-Chet Abont Person and Things lathe Old World. Collectors of postage stamps are more numerous and enthuslaatle la Europe than even the persistent .tribe of autotroph hunt ers. It la expeoted therefore, that the interna' ' tlonal exhibition of pottage stamp collections) which is to take place at Antwerp during Hay. wlU be a great success. Nearly forty medals will be distributed among the exhibitors. There will be a gold medal for the collection which contains the greatest number of rar stamps, and another for the most compleU collection. Eight silver medals will goto tiM best and seoond-best collections of 0,000,6,000, 4,000, and 8,000 stamps respectively t two to the most complete collections of post-cards and two to the best collection of envelopes beari...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

T TBCTptgSySli L ''mlSvKaKBSSPKSBKtmsrlSBlUSwSIBKHKU re. .."' ,v" fK?v. ?i, . . i..ft-M. ' H:'BBaf-H35.''rir -' rvvTitwTiW!SKMra'is?si?raa t Kfig ur.Tr ? ,fi&:,te&, .- y t. IS muc tj m sir m '! r&H m& m-t Xt '.MS-4 i7$n -4, T, A COQUETTE. i .-'C'.8k' a lift and she knows it, 'tjjSJSxpert, and she shows it v3 '..',, i In each ward and act. r!8hlaJii aAd she chatters, bV fiha chaffs and she flatten. '& A Mankind to distract. Fif? Her shy llUle glances f " nances, sss" v. o ioijow in Tain i 4R3 JEach man she entrances v vv no can ner ouvaiiiaa : Enchanting disdain? I&-K? t fl afa ,. Ff-a X aIbU a ail a I aAe-tiAie i&y She smiles, and I woo her, W n..w me ." ..w, ,. Subdued by her charm. K& one's a wncn, ana sne Knows u, v ??s ane B nca wnu u buusu it, bo simple ner an r 1 love her confound her I And hover around heir But has she a heart? Chicago Tribune. mm AMISHT PARTY, BY ERXEST DE LANCET FIERBON. rC&pvrtoAfe 1887.1 HOG'S Hollow is the poetic name ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

3 .:KC--r Vi. "t-" .-?'' Ek VSy '-S A 7 ; s, --V )? r rj x J: rtf I r The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main St. MAT 12, 1887. For a good cool glass of soda go to Garrett Bro.'s drag store. m Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hart, of Columbus, spent Sunday in this city. We always pay the highest price for wheat. Hiestand & Cowman. Mr. M. T. Vanpelt, of Wellston, has our thanks for a late copy of the Argut. m Mr. H. D. Waddell has removed his insurance office into the Hlbben build ing' , When your nerves are unstrung get a glass of Moxie at Garrett Bro.'s Foun tain. Miss Emma Brown, of Wilmington, was the guest of Hillsboro friends last week. New designs in plain and decorated dinner and tea sets and chamber sets at Bowies'. Messrs. John and Eugene Arnott, of near Greenfield, were visitors to this city last Thursday. m Miss Sebbie Bobbins, of Lima, Ohio, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Sol Frankel, on Short street. Miss Anna Tobener, of Gold Hill, Nevada, is visiting in this city (.the g...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 May 1887

a.y frKfi, iffr V A 4 4M m J!l ir AU i&i .. 5 - PiI. Iaa?..v K4?. AST1 Hf ; r S A a y I -. l& rf & fti r "ii t ?$ P.-IS1 Jacob Sayler SON Aaki: Why don't yon bny the LIGHT-RUNNING Kew Horns Sewing Machine It ii not oaualed 1T idt other : it nerer aets ont of order ; it is an easily understood that a child ten year old can do all kind of Dewing on it t you can buy It of parties that are relia ble and will always Uocp Needles aud other tnp pllea for it ; it is the only machine in the world on wnicn art emurnkiery can bo snccrosiully done without the aid of extra attachments. Call at their storo and see samules of work made on this splendid machine. Jacob Baylor a. ouu axe iiiii selling naicnos, uiocks, jewelry and all kinds of Fanoy Goods remarkably low. Come and have yonr eyes properly fitted with opectaoies at tno sign or the mu watuh, Corner Main and High Streets. DUKE OF FRANCE Will stand for the service of mares until Not. 1. at my stables in New Boston. Illchland Co....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 May 1887

vfrrj.TtfX 7v 1 "Vl i - ' er'' , '7 ' Mr, 'VL.' ,v v ,' -jj ,3 X V,, ftf.r .' " - - rVitfj T ?r -V S. T t -5 ,? THE NEWS-HERALD. r"7 ESTABLISHED 1837. HmLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1887. VOL. 51-NO. ft to ''fri 'V ' &L kVY feis"' 1 .-' i? t i- r !. KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Slowly Sailing Down the Sa vannah. His Thrilling Experience With a Ijlfe Preserver. Macon and Aagasta Sheraan's Line of March-SaootlBg "'GataW On Boahd Stkambr "Katik," 1 May 1st, 1887. j From Atlanta I went to Macon, a city of about 30,000 inhabitants. Macon is situated in the south central portion of Georgia, and does not differ materially from other Southern cities. At this place I boarded a train for Augusta, Georgia. Augusta is situated on the Savannah River, at the head of .naviga tion. It contains about 40,000 men, women and children. My trip from Macon to Augusta was one of great in terest and pleasure. For about one hundred and fifty miles we traveled through dense swamps. I soon saw I was i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 May 1887

"iff iSf . "A. ? . i 'ttri. Awi!fii!!2illl -Mr? ti ifiV- ft-fii tf.,',''iwy ny.g-. v f " -'J JRftsr s S h & r rjtt Rf Th, !& ft tt ill fi ? V.JU- r K. r. ISf E, wax. W- $, M $T .$ --,-., .' &v The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY OY THB News-Herald Publishing Company. . W. IARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. imtcRimoN, n.so a year in advance. BATKP JOB ADVERTISING Malt Known on Application. MAT 1Q. 1887. EDITOEIAL. H. S. McNICOL Bulgarians nro riotinc at Tirnova. It is about time for the Russian bear to turn over again. ' The Cleveland Leader ought to be proud. The Liquor League is vigorously antagonizing the paper. Queen Kapiolani is doing Washington. It is difficult to reconcile the noisy dec larations of Joffereonian simplicity with the red tape and high-flown etiquette with which the President and his lady received her. , m In a recent speech Ex-Governor Iload ly declared himself opposed to the use of the Bible in the public schools. How conceited the State of Ohio ought to...

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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. — 19 May 1887

a, iii; ri V ..t rtrMiMM rv.t:. "' rJ 'fifi . pff;l CT' r tv"" .rU." CS -H. 1" HS& '$C UK- Vtt If m t.-.) ? Sir i $P tv- JTv e 6 -. .- fc MCisaA.'S&LWeJ :trfiriysw; Sf- " 1Z&- ' t f V3T7 lnA &rt:z . -' - JtfV V iZ - '-i, iW. "S -yWhrn -fti4 )i' K J" I . 1-S " vv. if - - mmmmmamm .. .. .-' .Ai v ajr TM Hi'v-"JmMi,Hr '., K'i ti tferafd. V .- THOTMMPAY.MAY 19, 1987, AMONG THE CHURCHES.' .r , ) toft) ltottgte World-Work ia' , Nw XlMla FleM. , One of the most interesting mtosions itowui progress to among the Assyrian under' - taetupervbneaof the ArohHsooB of Canter- burr. The Assyrian number tu,ft souk, " Hvingon tlMthoretof the Oaeptaa sea, partly hVTurktok and pertly InAssyrlaa territory. The Assyrian' church traces He ministry to - apostouotime. It hat suffered owing to the a 'lack of the educatknVof the people and of printed books for the tervioe of the church. Unity the Assyrian patriarch appealed to the Xngllah church for help, and two "minuter were tent to them by ...

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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. — 19 May 1887

' . VT KrDtTJ!-jrr-'. . L-s . rnI5rtV . . ; ...'SWirAM S3V."f. . iVi'T 'sacrj- W1 mfm xTW WfT p '' " jo" j I s-v "it ''i. "I-it;" , Agaal m 5 ?" r -e ' rp TJi If : f J Mm. fWsy ffifi 'J SR p& ! .' S && .. &r M. ... LOWS POWER. . MtXA. ;lirely rosebud, what dost thou fraud i a With each s jealous care T 'fJIMen 'nesth those bloating folds && &Jiir JtoM bs tone treasure rare. Bright rosebud, ope your petals wide " Ana icc me see wnsi toon aosc mae. t .T a, a . a. .a .- af i- ...... ... ... .. "jr treasure 1 snsu never yieia, Nor thill it e'er be seen ; . tk 1la liAti naih thr. crimson folds t .. 11 14b 1aI. khABM ill HI IH giviiuua wwui V jie thkt would snatch from me my gem, . aie mux also tue me inorny bjuh. W aaE?:?. But as it spoke, the sun shone out W. Hln scUance 'a the fleW 5fi$f And lo 1 beneath its ardent rays ' ' Ttia tiMfflitv rnxebfld yields : ' X' BelncUntly its petals part, r uenoia wiimn, a goiueu man. And thus a maiden hides her heart, ', Wi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 May 1887

"'......'(.ICFr.'JUJiS -V. I, '.' JKTC && KfK iajHtfStf &FQSi9 'FKWJJPO I V? WE,-1" tj - t .r k -tii if 'su :.$ 'iri. IITsTsss1sssssssssssssssssstsssssssssssssssssTss1sssssTraillliIIH PI 'WIWPWFIB I ' 1 I Mill "IWIMH ' Mlll'i I Pi i I II mnMmMammmimtKmmBrfmmmmmmK isevww? ,tw cr ' ir r .'-r--.- a r '- ""-. r ' -rUr.,i-,.:., -..,' -jmmm,io. tiff H&". W' sasst - & 5' . id" : . T - Kfe "k ", felw ?&;'. V - ' S &.: &? : TES- r tvv -?4 ,"K5 aWJaei, KK & 'ft frl-,.J.. -. ..r- tTr.-iK A ThtNewt Hvald. itnvuHt&tt'i, bsno. ' TOTHBDAY, MAY 1, 1IW7. f HA iPftCADFtiL SOf. 'I'm footing for a dreadful boy .' (Dois anybody know htm 7) Who's leading tit the other boy The wayihey shouldn't go in. I thinMf I could find that boy, fd atop what h a doln' A-hringfng all the other boys To'certalri moral ruin."4 ., There's Tommy Green, a growinf lad, His mother doer Inform me, The way that he ta getting 'bad Would certainly alarm me. She feels the blame should rest up...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 May 1887

cI .a w W"1 isi-si WP1X Wjl .iMriiv - w 'SiWH-Jhr , AS, 4" . & Iff r hi. ARE THET OLADT T i were hen kenv hand Mid ask, "What Is It dear?' j would not see the wrinkles on my face. t note the silver where the gold had place ; I my faded lip she'd leare a kiss. I Whisper. "Darling," and she would not VnlsJ vanished rose; or, if she did, would say, aw yon nave ripened since i went away r -I blemishes that others might despise tmtid still be beautiful to mother's eyes. jst ah were here, i would not mind the chances : if a tear l&umould fill my eyes I know that she would eee, ad give sweet consolation unto me ; Yet; in her heart, some things would little $-, heed, bowing how much their discipline I need, f And so, I think, though Heaven be not far, And friends can see us even as we are, They may be glad, like loving motherhood, Because they know how all things work for good. Longregauonauu. WUTTB WIT AflAIMQT VVT 'if ""'""- V Je Wagner Neatly Doubles on the Indian Alter Dll Scalp...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 May 1887

wk lam i."' 'V-v'7p3? ji) ivJTir- J J- " J I ts f ' Ai .1. ?:?" :i 'tii 1 x. " J V i'j n ?s . - t & BH&h 1; The News-Herald. Offloai Hoggard Building, W. Main St. MAY 10, - 1887. The clumlatton of a newspaper deter mines tha value of In columns as an ad vertlslng medium. Tha NKWB-HKBAI.D has by far tha largest elrenlatloa at any paper la Highland county, which fact ad vertisers would do wall to bear In mind. Our IUU ara opan to their impaction. Judge Delaplano and wife nro visiting in Portsmouth. A large crowd of Hillsboroans spent Sunday at the Rocky Fork caves. Miss Anna St. John, oi Blanchestor, visited relatives in this city last week. 1 Miss Sallie Thornburg, of Now Vienna, visited the Misses Beam during the past week. New designs in plain and decorated dinner and tea sets and chamber sets at Bowies'. m Hlllsboro's colored citizens will give a grand ball at City Hall on Friday even ing, May 27th. Mrs. George W. Lefevreand daughter, Miss Kate, are visiting friends at Xcn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 May 1887

"8j?5$Z' "$&!& r,''i'l ! jy 'TJ'w-v' P, -ACV S - M-"'i ' .! ; & er fe a h i". "N 13 i" ! Ite &. 7 .-ft &- &,. V Jacob Sayler & SON Aika: Why don't you bny the LIGHT-RUNNING iyLubSHHHT Hew Eoie Sewing Machine It Is not equated by any other ; it never gets ont of oritur ; it ia to easily understood that a child ten years old can do all kinds of sewing on It ; yon can buy it of parties that are relia ble and will always keep Needles and other sup plies for it ; it Is the ouly machine in the world on which art embroidery can be successfully none wunout tne am or extra atiacnmems. Call at their store and see samples of work made on this splendid maohlne. Jacob Baylor & Bon are atill selling Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and all kinds of Fancy Ooods remarkably low. Come and have yonr eyes properly fitted with Spectacles at the eign of the DIG WATCH, Corner Main and High Streets. DUKE OF FRANCE W ill stand for the service of mares until Nor. 1, at my stables in N...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 May 1887

.W-V?Sl"'"-r " ' -' "ijK?F'--s-i.S4! , ' ', ji V$T THE NEWS-HERALD. i -& ' 'A'j fc. tyt j 1& j, 'J &?& . ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1887. VOL. 51-tfO.fc' !' ??. . It If. V. C5f If"- - J r r T i S J ON 'WITH JHE DANCE, Let Joy be Unconflned, Un qualified and Unchaste. A Pastime Supported by Passion Sweet Music and Graceful Motion Mixed with Moral Depravity and Dev ilish Motives. The Ball and tho Ballet are Feeders to the Bagnio Sections of Shcol in the Garb or Respectability An Un healthful Aansemeat which . , Owes Its Origin to a Cause Many Are y Modest to Mention. Terpslohore, triumphant, sneered at, unsnb- dned t Far be from thee And ihlne the name of prude ; Thy leg must more to oonqaer m they fly, If bat thy ikirti are reasonably high Thy breast, 1( bare enough, requires no shield, Danoa forth san armour thou ahalt take the field, And own, Impregnable to most assault, Thy not too lawfully begotten Waltz. Byron. To the light f...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 May 1887

p- iV 'irV-". c', V T.T --t-' p " '".Sts .m. . .-. Pt.. . -'.''- -&- "aiV afc? ,- y. sVi f Bt It8- I: & - & l " m i if 5 Ei. U M h. ? The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nir Tin News-Herald Publishing Company, C. W. lARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UMCRimON, 91.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE, RATES 5X311 ADVERTISING- Mad Known on Application. KAY 26, 1887. EDITORIAL. H. 8. McNICOL Kx-Secretary Manning's silver scheme is a ponderous piece of brain-work. The onlr drawback it has is the same that has confronted tho inventor of each successive flying machine it may not work. Frances E. Willard says there will be five candidates for the Presidency in '88, and names Henry George as nominee for the Labor party and Clinton 15. lisle for the Prohibitionists. What has be come of Belva, Dear ? mm a. Cincinnati school boys have struck for shorter school sessions in order to obtain more time for playing base ball. It is time for fond parents to go on a strike with the assistance of long, limber, ...

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