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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 June 1887

1 ", ''V. ftv r,".-'' fir f -ta J;v' -. .7' v-Av T v V1 " r - - ,,-r -. i fli-" t" i " r ' u4 5 PV3 f i P 1. 1 t f rec v;7 -v ,4 !' . The News-Herald. Ofleei Hoggard Building, . Mala 8t JUNE 0, - 1887. The Commissioners nro in session. Bert Harwood, of Cincinnati, visited his parents during the past week. Rev. McSurely returned home Tues day morning from his Western trip. . . m Forty-one applicants were before the Board of School Examiners last Saturday. Miss E. L. Grand-Girard left last Sat- urday for a visit to her brother at Eck- mansvllle. m Mr. Richard Burns is making exten sive improvements to his residence in the West End. . Mr. Eddy Richards, after nn extended visit at Washington, D. C, returned home last week. Mr. John Littler, who has been in the West for the post two years, arrived in this city last Friday. Mrs. Arthur Howson, of Chilllcothe, has been the guest of Mrs. R. T. Hough for several days past. , m Mr. John M. Doggett, of Cincinnati, has been visiting relatives a...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 June 1887

:,?vi ;.-.. ts&w .iHl V f .. fc fW.i V?.-K(' ' p - jM' ? - t"if , .22 mmmmmm V V1 w iKMBBtr,T'TraBaLti! iLSlmVsukSbmmmaBLM atv M "V 1 AT- r !? fc. & I fr E? fcs 1 .- srsfe i. m. r . i a .jj. m. F- 'H ; " THIS WEEK New Dress Goods New Fans New Parasols New Handkerchiefs New Rufflings New Carpets -AND- New Prices DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM Masonic Temple High St. May 25th, 1887. When you go to Hillsboio I want you to get me a hat. Be sure to go to M. R. ORR'S, For he has the largest stock of MILLINERY! BEST STYLES -AND TJIE- CheapestHats ETEB SOLD IN HILLSBORO. Cklldrem's Sailor Hats 85c. worth 50c. Hat far $14)0 worth $1.60 UdJeVTriBUaed Hats $2.50 " $4.00 ate for M.60 Cheap at $5.00 H. Satla Blbboa in all colors for 15c. fyari worth 25c. No. 12 for 20c worth 85c. Beraat Llae of Spring Jerseys for 1.00 worth 81.25 For $1.50 worth $2.00 i AN XNDLE8S LINE OF FANCY GOODS! To TedloaH to Mention, -AT- '-, l It Wliel Dtff RflfliM nn 1m ' MW0 iluilHw ffilsaMsWXflHsaV Jal3alBBeBeBnBBe Bn...

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. — 16 June 1887

law vmnmjmr.Trri,m xsai&iim&fvxwiiwj! 'swr sb 5ic.;"c!jia7T'GZ j 4 -. . , . " - -v.-.".; WW!, i. ..rr' J ) - - ,?P'liV v r- i rfc-?" Jsk3 - r NEWS-HERALD. E ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHIiAliro CO., O., THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1887. VOL. 61.NO. oil :wiw" "f-"w" " - . . w s ' t.. ? -t .: 't r 1 JrlrL .. r If- -f f- ir r J v. - r : tJP5 J ,:" At the Other End of the Queen A Crescent. Confiscated Land Speculation Sweet Street-Names Pontehartraln. fjeeer- Quadrilateral Figares la the Meealltat-Seatar Mule Oaly a Snlelde. New Oblkans, La., June 10, 1887. The "Oresent City" is situated at the other end of the "Queen & Crescent" route. For farther particulars as to location, see railroad maps down in the waiting room at the depot. mut- !... I. -l-..t.l.11. it.- t . .1 in the Southern States, being something larger than the Queen uity. At this time of the year it is a very dull place. The cotton season is the stimulus to trade here, which begins about Septem ber first. There arc ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 June 1887

-m -a. ' VttT IP - w - , . - tf .. - ' V ' A. W ft.- l& y. r.tf U A' V P; KES s KT I? ' u '4 .?" ."I. 51 I-?' i-i l IB' If I? I (Si. wi &. v i. M H The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY I1V THK Newi-Herald Publishing Company, t. W. IARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UMCRimON, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB ADVHBTISINa Mad Known en Application. JUNE 16, 1887. H. 8. McNICOL All's well at the gas well. "Sweet girl graduate," "alma mater," and "standing on the threshold of life" will be hard-worked phrases all over this broad land in the next few days. m 7,000,000 trade dollars have already been redeemed by the United States government, and still the glittering disks go rolling in. That means $1,050,000 profit for the speculators who bought them up at eighty-live cents apiece several months, ago. m a It is currently rumored that K. M. Dittey wants to sell out his interests in the Gazette and go South. Strange that the profits off a vast and growing circu lation should not induce ev...

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. — 16 June 1887

M ft'K' '"'?:?& h;-t " i ,V rJ3 j T - .fat' ,' fC- jis . Vtf1. VV'hiA wH &alpii ai JJ ... . S" 1 I ,r 'J i- t.f Tij'rf V&rJ k3i l -3 r b, & -.X m$ sswa tains !S is' r -.' . .- '.' jpL MMl .JniTtMAil . 's -tHLi -:& ' V-WJVI ,- HU- i FTCW?,?' glF tWl WKT - ?J-- -"JRivU5' T r ". . r '' . TrT.l l,(; J, i.m1'Xm 4'l. ij-.i-i-"j-.t.,,.jS - V5&- J.i w i'-tSiw VW I &ri.jh..s-M 1"J i' s, 'j'--,s Xk i?-S?,-TCi,'si"l sr. ' -f t s i -KS iii.T.riT J & &t( ISKSr ?. UJf.r - Bitakaam satfaai tSf'tt v. aaMBBBStf I5.--Jf .' 'irsaTanst i"1. t-. - -'---M lull " ,!'.; t .- - v .- 'v ;"?rt fWtii .rfUTiv "t"w V-.! r,i-,fiJ; ;s : ; vsy June TNws-ricraia. '-t&" y .7"' ti'w&fniiii i- MUMtOMO, OHIO. TKUJWDAY, JtJMB 1, 1887T '"' A POUT'S ILBOf. .' J0HK Q. sAx." 1- H fan rats, at fast, from worldly aim and . A twits BM-of-riqma. J. Hot all.aakaewa to fama whose lays and - a ' IfcU atari ottasuMfaas., i " Tt,wUiCtwMilwerMi'pnlM i laireysd a aarefn. salad, Hie His, with ...

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. — 16 June 1887

& V.fyf. &j?Mhi&fktt.z,.; . .;?! V" iJ" ,r ,,.: stit -,., ,. hMtt,i . -7.. .; ?5? x.it 3 f Mi "Pklllitm MM TMOUOHT8.il &3 at a. aaurona, aw ',, W atorth won her beautiful garment. , v,Ub day, In the long ago, pjaiiv Hiv euiuiau aiuuuu lav noweie. V -Awl thSgTaSS DIMM WMSpered low. tfj th bin of th bending heavens, 'Jf" Cloud sailed, like snowy fleece j SVAnd H seemed that nature murmured, via a oeeuurui hymn or peace. Ms,'.nd so, with my soul attempered $,. To th spell that the day had wrought, jM'j mmereo my neait'a lore panstes, Th delicate flowers of thought. mis - I" 'MtWflfe Calm lay on the sleeping valleys, t. , Thalmah fifth rMlTnl niirht And calm nn the atatelv hill tons. . wiiU tk.i -... r.n... tutit. gjfy, Like a tender benediction, fcw:i . Did the loving moon-rays fall i er't (0u a mound of snowy daisies ffiY.s , witn me night stars watching an. If Hw,.v. And there with the calm around me, kfr-V-' . .. .. -.. . y itn tne eyes or the stars to see, . ,J br.m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 June 1887

... k$?- '$' mmwmwm 'T,..-pr:.v a , ? k f '4-C 4.1W' 7&?S?W "' . -. J-'-, " -f K H ' . ." 'i'i-V-SISV? yW.V ,. tfr enBBHHHBMB!maHHnnHBMHBKIIHBaSHHMBBMamaHSflKgMHWMi WK ffiW l if.." mK "aWBB.SW .' .; Wdinn W.aHW..'. Riffpl UMBft aj'W.-f :vf'LJy.. -V.gr. vr - . & ,. - " , : v4i iir'7 ml . , . . i .. . r in ijmi i T -- - -" , dm if, h 1 'L-jrtfV ala-al l;'- , -A. '" ' 1 ' y !" V '; 2 ' iii r I: r i I, tf ; vt I av. ' ;.. i W'-es. BsJ l i&i as L WES5&. iv.it . m . K v. .. r I . t- : j. " i i -7" ""I' LL'r,17 Z-'T Mj."V '..' A I 'J I , m-. . inc iewvMeram. Tf.t J- 4 . -A' -' J & ' -' V -' anxmo,oiuo. THUJMDAY, JUNE 16, 166" LtTTMe COM0tllC. BUB. M'MT. My! deter, listen lb therein, Oh,ohl what awful thunder; If it should come that loud again .-Would we be eared, I wonderf Tlwar say It to from angels' eyes, TWj weteh on sinners keeping, that aU thli water from (ha aUei In Uttla drops falls, weeping. thaltahtnina flash ABoat taa assy steeple,. Tie Heaven's warning to the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 June 1887

..f "r " .U-M'' viJV, .., " St . -rt$'j,-. . f(fW '&-, , ' 'JCfflS,? ., 'c Vf&atf-f 2-' ii-a, . y 'sy . ,3V' mEssmiU ! 'ww "" gag i'X 1ST 1 K ?' lAe fc '& ir m L' M&& CHf IS' t SEA-SICOESS. A VICTIM TELLS AN AMUSING ( STORY OF HIS STRUGGLES. Ta Bmina of Selene Called in and the Attacks of the Enemy Closely Ob- rrd Phases of the ConBlct-The Girl "cotch Cap Enjoying Life Again. HAVE always had a strong desire to visit the old world, but hare each time that I hae planned a trip been de terred by the fears of that ter rible bug-bear of the sea sea sickness. In April a strong and imperative call to look up some business matters in Lon don compelled an immediate decision, and with many misgivings as to the consequences I decided to make the attempt. The next thing was to properly prepare, and this to my thinking consisted in consultations with any of my friends who had been abroad, as to the most effective "alleviators" (I could hardly hope for a cure) of the expected ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 June 1887

KT'.Utti zitfiiw'r: s.-j t'-vtr p i ur cg j 'y s V ) f -. "-. r . L 'w iivi' The News-Herald. Offloet Boggard Building, . Main St. JUNE 18, - 1887. The circulation of it newspaper detert mines the valne of Hi oolnmm as au ad vertising medium. The NEWS-HERALD had by far the large circulation of any paper In Highland eonnty, which faot ad vertisers would do well to bear in mind. Our lists are open to their Inspection. TEN PAGES. Court commences next Monday. Ask for Pique Kid Gloves at W. II. Glenn & Co.'s. Mr. 0. 0. Morrow, of Cincinnati, was hero over Sunday. Mr. Archie Hewitt, of Dayton, was in our city several days of the past week. m Mr. James B. Eowo is building an ad dition to his residence on West Walnut street. e Mrs. Arthur McLain, of Greenfield, was the guest of her brother, Judge Steel, last week. Miss Sallio Bowles, of Nelson's Busi ness College, Cincinnati, is home for the summer vacation. Mr. Ed. Hart and wife, of Columbus, arrived in this city Friday night last on a...

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. — 16 June 1887

mmmwm-. ':0m , -MX -f r iit rf't 'i. jJ.iV? Jt v. ;$" . it WA- i Mtf MP ' f l& ljf IK Is B9 I' i If fe I 15 T-t- W F-tr" m '?'' sj :! .r .w tT&' : fyi -"M .. I ;t . IE180IB WHY YOU SHOULD USE W. R. SMITH & CO.S Standard Asbestos Mixed Paints 1st. It ill better mid more economical than any other Paint in use. 2d. It makes a smoother and more per fect finish. 3d. Neither acids nor dampness have any effect on it. 4th. It will cover nioro surface to the gallon than lead or cine paints. This Paint, prepared for use in white and ft very choice lino of colors, is un questionably superior to anything of the kind ever produced. The Paint that retains the oil longest on the surface is the best to resist the action of the atmosphere, consequently it will last the longest. This is what we claim for our paint. Our Paint when applied has a hard and glossy surface which is easily wash ed, making it an excellent Paint for in side wood-work and plastered walls. For houses, roofs and iron...

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. — 23 June 1887

i" "waw: j n ! n 'I -, f;'r3RK?f;' " ""."". MBmr -y, -y ' R Tw - '4 NEWS-HERALD. av" ws ?'?'?: THE & Wf4& 1-4, I ir M t 1 I T " f -5 l? L'"-. it V f IT" 1 1k t 13"i S ?&&' S !"' . , fjr-..jtv $; nmssuseoBp see?. ? GROUPS OF GRADUATES, From Schools That Hills- boro'May Well Be Proud Of, Appear Before Large Audiences at the M. E. Clrarch and Armory Hall. The Programmes of Wednesday and Thirsday Evenings Essays, Speeches, Mnsto and Costames. Can it be a year since the last gradu ating classes of the Hlllaboro Female College and onr High School stepped upon the platform to deliver their ad dresses and receive the diplomas that bad become their doe through years of school-room toil ? Here we are again in the midst of the commencement season, listening to the studied expressions of fair daughters and noble sons, gazing upon the gay profusion of boquets and fanning ourselves with might and main to keep from simmering away in this popular crematory. The June com mencement se...

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. — 23 June 1887

v'jfmmmmr' mmmmBmmmmnmmmmammammm " , . - " Ti" i.',K- - - SS? 9 ' . t ,, . J r e B . Fi I',--' I I--4 I. I 25. N" "in 6-a2 M ' 7S- t'tsT v '7 J. L.-t The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT THE News-Herald Publishing Company, fi. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UMORIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES FOB ADVERTISING- Mad Known on Application. JUNE 23, - 1887. EDITOHTATi. H. 8. MeNICOL Hurrah for Foraker! It is interesting to observe how small a hole a large President can crawl out at. "Public office is a public trust," and a very largo majority of the public don't want to trust G. Cleveland as an officer any longer. Cleveland followed the example of the original owners of those Confederate flags. When the flro got too hot, he surrendered. 0 m a Foraker is not a candidate for the Presidency, but there are less likely dark horses in the Republican President ial stables. than Our Ben. Our Governor is a man of decided views. The promptness of his action in telegraphing to the Preside...

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. — 23 June 1887

I v ?i., I ? 'Y. s- W -:. v - UJ, f f & r frfe !'tlH. i , ,'- "ft imi to??; ral'xV- I iter. ;T ' -He 4. feh-i-rfA , v-. MiV5U - AuJ'aV'i e- " si. AifeM :&m?L Mfl' -.r kl !.:" JTiri .'. , ?Pu. ., 'jrf. u m '!" r.v fci !!- .iT ftp . i3: im:- - u .run y-1 , -. 4-ThiBl NeWsHerald. .'V tutxmeae, ono. -HCSaDAY, JUNE 98, ,1667. THE FAMILY KITCHEN, ImhuMi MUs f Tare aaa Keosipts fat Ik Msfcee Owfotlag .These. H ST SUMO KABLABD. BREAKFAST. . OrtOH HlBMOf BilrnfrnliSiin LoaaL (JDBB0L lltxoi o Ham Am Eoos. Chop the nm mania bf a ham' which will no longer furnish , rsllces for the table, put into a frying pen a tMblespoonful of butter rolled in browned flour, a teatpooafol of vinegar, a little pepper .and a quarts teaspoonful of mustard. . Let It boil and put In the minced ham. i Stir until Yery hot, turn into a pie ditb, eet in the oven .and break on the surface fire or six raw egg. .Shut up in the oven and bake for five or mx minutes, lust Ions enough to "set" the eggs. Serve in the p...

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. — 23 June 1887

.,,' TV",r ' w " W iv- . .Jibi O yv-" -SI. .-:., ;. '-? .-i.,.v ,r - ..v.!- v.-. w? . ?" - ? j -V" . mswy t&i)fsF&tt J .. . ... r.t V'J- ! ft - ' - ' tt. &?r 4 ' If. 4j. s.-sj".1-" ml xv 1 lw, & m &s f teg r ff' sir It I4& ir- ! & fe r J- MISERY'S FERRT. , 4 'A tTTCT THROUGH WHICH TJMVf yjj - WBKTCHKDNE8S AND CHIME. The Viae to Which 1 Brought the Catch af the Nets of Jnitlee A Dally Collection f the Walfa and Outcasts of Society Op- ' stations of PahUe Charitable Agencies. lOopvithttd. lan. One of the wharves on the edge of New York differs from any other In the world. It belongs to the city and is at the foot of the East river end of Twenty-sixth street. It is not the wickedest place in New York ; for, although you find more hardened criminals there every day than any where else in America, they are as harmless as the mad dogs you see in the iron drownlng-crib at the pound. We have what we call the "Bridge of Sighs," , a light iron span crossing from th...

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. — 23 June 1887

$ a. 3 "j; jvr jv -r " jjWT - &jT- " " - ' . '3W . 7-t ' r "1 4 4v ,!"--. v f" v H t, Ue? -4 h r ? X ki1- . TS w-Hgj 1i Xhc Jsfews-Herald. HlXUKORO. OHIO. THUBSDAY, JUNE 3, 1887. WHIM TMI LITTLI OHM OO. ORABLM. K. MM When drowsy evening trails her robe And decks the twilight hems, With gleaning light, and flashes bright, Of lustrous dewy gems. And one by one adorning stars In azure bine aloof, In brightness shine by art divine Set in it sable woof. The little ones begin to nod And sleepy eyelids fall ; Then evening soft bears them alo . To dreamland, one and all. Where beings clad in gossamer Of woven glint and gleam, Tread blithe and gay the milky way, The highway of the dream. Then do they know Indeed if stars Are but the watchful eyes Of angels bright, wbo note tne flight Of every one who dies. And filled with wonder and delight At everything they scan ; In childish glee, the moon they see Indeed contains a man. They see the blush of conscious dawn Her rosy life begun ;, Bee ...

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. — 23 June 1887

mM' v;.? JWvNsTU.j v-JC-irq"ij:'gr--a 17, St-fTuI fa?r wi;-v: l.r . ffiT3r?K'3 .:?Mf,L.:. 'r m'1 w-? " W' 'us fvw.s: , : S&l$$W j. -- J B?.: ?Mtr I? r w ts i" l.iv L$ ifcv-Mi ju-v . V WAYS (W LIVTNfr. .9 I'jS'itbVr THE MIDD17B CLASSES GOT ft AXONG IN NEW YORK. ;V! A tTavarnlehed Aeeooat of Ufa in the Metropolis Blah Rente ana roor 'eomodatlons Children Regarded as a HaJsanee Very Little Sociability. tpT0tf,US7.1 Bent is so high and space so valuable ta New York that a man who could keep his family in a handsome manner In any smaller place must lire cooped up In one of these wretched makeshifts for homes called flats, or else take an apartment In one of the better class of tenement-houses and there lire and rear his unhappy children, for children cramped for room are always unhappy. These flats are arranged on the most economic principle. A main hallway gives access to the private halls. These usually ran the whole length of the 'apartment or suite of rooms. There are a tiny parl...

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. — 23 June 1887

) t u ?vf , . yt w;s ft-y. v,-. - - -r- - w. -f-nw-npr tw--y vA -,-wwc-";,-", f -. f i'. v v ,1 ,- JV.j,-.i - i " VW '& - .1,11- -I. v.. ; '.,- T?Wp -p . j -" . - rfj ra I? I--' V - & V XL The News-Herald. OMoet Hoggard Building, W, Vafn St. JUNE 28, - 1887. Ask for Piquo Kid Gloves at W. It. Glenn & Co.'s. Mr. Will Tudor spent several days of last week in Toledo. No. 52, Engineer Rother's locomotive, resumed work Monday morning. We always pay the highest price for wheat. Hiestand & Cowman. Mr. Aaron F. Perry, of Cincinnati, vis. ited Hon. John A. Smith during the past week. - Keep cool by buying a summer suit. iignt unaerwear and a straw hat of I. A. Felbel. The pupils of Miss Kittle Oldaker's room enjoyed a picnic at Russels last Friday. Hon. H. L. Dickey, of Greenfield, was in attendance at Court the forepart of the week. Mr. John Currey, one of Georgetown's prominent druggists, visited this city last week. Mrs. H. R. Fenner is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Harry Te...

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. — 23 June 1887

. , 3 1p-K- WM: , m tss s EF. " i ft & i?. r yy, ii. i R .x Kfc . sat . R3 m3& yftBvj THIS WEEK New Dress Goods New Fans New Parasols New Handkerchiefs New Rufflings New Carpets -AND- New Prices DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM Masonic Temple High St. May 25th, 1887. When you go to Hillsboio I want you to get me a hat. Be sure to go to M. R. ORR'S, For he has the largest stock of MILLINERY! BEST STYLES PARGIK m& IJ3j AU illli W Al . Ill . "t jn sMarnawa m mummm ba :. .Illa'llllsW Him V Kj. BTd mTH . -T m. IIVUMVVIIIUIV ST EVER HOLD IN HTTXSr.llRn. Cfcilirem'a Sailor Ifatft ftKi. worth r.On. juu ror f i.oo worth 91.50 mt lea Trimmed Hats S9.S0 " sU.nn ,,-. -, T FK-" Hats for $8.50 Cheap at 85.00 vfa(, " v.ft fiiM mi.KAM"fn ii Ai.. . -f e Mr Yrd worth 8K. Ho. 12 Tor 20c worth 85c. Herat Line of Soring Jersers for f&f a nn ... .. . iiw nuru oi.so Efe. rarfiv worth 98.00 i&", . .,... - i?Aijnir n.nYia t avi uuuxro ; KSS .; Too Tedlona to Mnntlnn . SiKiir ' & . fefc Prices ...

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. — 23 June 1887

-f '-Vw., ' -",i' .-i. - j- it . Vi-c ?r "i -.-i 1 , r '.. 9 9r rcr ??y If V!' K2ST ry-ry ) x ?- c 1 V -w V Tk r SIMON KENTON, A llrave Kentuckian of the Early Days. Some Interesting Depositions Frontier Life tn the Wilds of Ohio. Original Harrey The Ylr lata Military Lands U. 8. Tract, Western Reserve 8jea Par chase, etc, etc. Valuable Iteaearottea among Time-Brown " ed Records, from Daji of Hardship ' 'and Dancer that Tried tht Malal of the Flacky Pioneers. The recent June number of llarpert Magazine contains an article on the sub ject of "The Kentucky Pioneers," from the pen of John Mason Brown. Among other illustrations is found a copy of the features of Simon Kenton, taken from a painting owned by Robert Clarke, Cin cinnati, Ohio. To gaze a 'moment upon Up picture as shown one would suppose that he was inspecting the face of a genial pld cler ical gentleman, in whose expression there beamed gentleness and goodness, and whose heart was full of the "milk of human kindness" with h...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 June 1887

y . l,- i a fov'yiy.yn.-aswytftft-uj;? w3iiL. f Wi.W1"1 '(S't K ' j&: ' v rr r n H?y3 fk 'j ? i i tlfv I L. r 3 i r4HMM W4J t I THIS WEEK 4 New Dress Goods New Fans New Parasols New Handkerchiefs New Rufflings New Carpets -AND- New Prices DONT FAIL TO SEE THEM MG1M Masonic Temple High St. May 25th, 1887. When yon go to HHIsboio I want you to get me a hat. Be sure to go to M. R. ORR'S, For he has the largest stock of MILLINERY! BEST STYLES -AND THE- CherjpestHats EVER SOLD IX HILLSBOKO. m VUMren's Sailor Hats 35c. worth 50c. to far $1.00 worth $1.50 Ls)sWTrlmme4 Hats $2.50 " $4.00 t'-Ci'V-H,ta 60 chcP a I5-00 - He., HMbt Klubon In all colors for 15c. B jHryard north 25c. I'.r fe.-'T v. i e v. on. ....4 k r . JM.iI " "' w. Q awgaat Line of Spring Jerseys for SIjOA.. worth $1.25 I ftoVtisSO. worth 2.00 BV j" - I'jRi i AH EXDLES LINK OP iwr FANCY GOODS! " VW' AT l IWCa My Competition! $ Kdv9P want big bargains now is your - HmBMM' JUAN WHAT I SAT! iOOME AND SEE. jl;is . jri R.0RR " ...

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