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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 June 1887

JKlllIHBM9HHHnlaMBBB' mMw -&w tf: r, "?-?? UUlA&L'&S NEWS-HERALD. HILIiSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1887. ESTABLISHED 1837. VOL, 51-NO; . V-fVVls: THE Hi i-tf 4. 5 r b . -i r .-?iwf ' V. T' t A . f L H 1 f 5 M. S'i - ' TWO-THIRDS ASLEEP, And Two Generations Previous. Too A Few Wild Plunges Into tlio Daulliig Dimness of tuo Future. Home Very Remarkable Visions sUiUbmuIx Photograpked In tke Laa of Dreams ay the HewsIIerald's Special Artist. In- It was the queerest place I ever saw. I seemed .to have dropped down out of nowhere' Into somewhere, and I pinched myself right "hard to make sure the whole .scene wasn't a delusion and a mare. I didn't seem to have any busi ness there. I was evidently on a subur ban avenue, beautifully paved, and built up on the side opposite me with splendid marble houses. In front of most of these lay shady', spacious lawns from which the sharp click of croquet balls and the merry laughter of players reached my ears. Behind the pre...

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. — 30 June 1887

irx v"-ilV Ys-rr- Ttii-j, i jy. V? r O ;- ' r r r. .-A. H" ,u" .j . &' P." 1M i J, K. kT ?i? f & JVA. - frG, i 8V The News-Herald. PUBLISHEb EVERY THURSDAY BY THF. New8-Horald Publishing Company. a. w. iarrere. BEBEE BABRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A VEAR IN ADVANCE. RA.TK8 FOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. JUNE 30, 1887. EDITORIAL. H. 8. MeNICOL Are you going to glorify the Fourth ? Tho Thurman boom seems to have gone glimmering with the Fiszlety Bank. The big brewery on tho mtuMiouso lot is still Hon oil, but tho prevaricating de partment of tho Gaztlle is always intact, and please don't disremember it. Some of our local enthusiasts arc not content with searching for gas in the Trenton limestone. They want to go down till they haul up a Chinese parasol or cloven hoofs and a barbed tail. Everybody agrees that tho head ol the State Republican ticket will bo Foraker, but to name tho rest of tho winners is a bit of speculation. The aspirants for the other places are legio...

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. — 30 June 1887

h'z:y f'A'& 5? 'l'"v 4' v" ifv fc KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Professional Card. 4 Y -i. U- -. lJ Shows Patiencfe ut a Steam boat Wharf. Pleasant Family Relations tween Necessity and Invention. lie- War Relic -Mad Recklessness of an Editor Gen. Mrant's (Morions Fourth In Yicksburg. Auiluboit and Ornltliolugy-IUiulnlsceu. "e ut One of the Greatest of Amor. Icau Scientists-Society fur Ilia , ' Protection uf lllriU. Vicksbuiw, Miss , Jnno 12, 1887, I was toll at Natches that I could get a boat from ttint placo for Vieksbitrg at 8 p. m. I went down to the wharf at that time. Waited half an hour. No boat. Another half hour, ditto. Tun i. m. rolled around timo most slwats rolls and no boat. Tho royal blood on my brother-in-law's slilo in my bluo veins began to near high water mark, and I was discussing mentally I hardly ever enter into a physical discussion whether the agents existence who told me the boat would lio here nt 8 p in., was really au'csaentlal ti our country's good or not, and if ...

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. — 30 June 1887

-Lj.An-OKi" V' v "iiJT.T VV. - ' JN . -t n u'v, - irvr... T: l.c: tf. a'j" 1 'S J?lStn. h IW &A. IfM-vA Lvf .& R& Ei ' . ,'?- E : M m ;" iT i t'BW &' 7S-!-- n .25- vm MIS WEEK New Dress Gcods New Fans New Parasols New Handkerchiefs New Rufflings New Carpets -AND- New Prices DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM I Masonic Temple High St. May 25th, 1887. tfrrvy SSaSS"' When you go to Hillsboio I want you to iret ine a hat. lie sure to go to M. R. ORR'S, For ho has the largest stock of MILLINERY! BEST STYLES AND THE CheapestHats FARE r,i:ii aaaaaaaaaaa-s Un Vggf0Bp2E i,fj. JBYER SOLI) IN HILLSUOHO. j';';CWMre'pUor Hats 86c. worth 50c. 3 Mats tor $1.00 worth $1.60 pg. IiMl!e Trimmed Hate $2.60 " $4.00 MU for 93.50 Cheap at $5.00 Ha.9 Satlu Ribbon in all colors for 15c ftr yard worth 25c. No. 18 for 20c. T. worth 35c. Etertat Line of Spring; Jersey for . $1.00 worth $1.25 For $1.50 worth $8.00 AN ENDLESS LINE OP FANCY GOODS! Too Tedious to Mention, -at- trie Which Deb Competition! A lo ...

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. — 30 June 1887

lo it? ) A ) V I -. .: 's .,T f v. ..- i r f fV - t tS It f 1Ci- ... i&SLK S$8C3- .v.ii JitSF, r '.as.!.;: . . .t2TAft? sS;'1 &Ty3gm I .. :,, ... .. .-. . -. . , ,.v ..tt &? j ,,. ..T..,"iij;iiJ.' W ''YHlviio .vrcwa-ricraiui . ... . : s saf ifii34iii.;iA' - t'n i-Miwssm ' ' ;vy.,J;"UIU8WAT, JUJS U, 1BW7, '. EV r . tM OURlOti. WUM. M.MTMI, VZrzttiz? ,Onoe jolly qtuwtet In Uwlr. frolUoklng met, Pound a qaeer ltttle thing On a rock fast adding, And wondered Just What it might Mr MedtelHtetaaM."Ql Do let tit thing go. Just look itmmwl ItofcUl-Wn- Yon are sots to be bit If rem pester with It, And the you'll bs mad, to you will will -win.!! "Hoi" laughed a young chap, ''TsatllttlethlngBnapi, - O, nol" And he mad a Mg grab grab -grab; "O I" he yelled with anting. "I am nabbed by, the thing, 0, deary,; 0,me; it' a crab crab crabl" Cried the little girl, "Hey I Now.whatdidlaeyt" All the little boysald was "0 1 01 01" 'Hereafter,!' said aha, 'Let funny thing be, And remember I tol...

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. — 30 June 1887

MH-f .. U,.w. ,& Wi.fmfff;.': ;:,. " JuL;V f ...,, d"l "WOM bAMdaMJlL ..iv ,-Tvi . Ti. a..j jfs. .v.raeBBsBi ft1 "ml y ' --(,. ' ; B sfi tHaV j.jP" !i t a& fei ' I ! B IW"J, - RS&. Jifc. try SP F?v I ff IS r ' . , IW i i. 1v I ,S . I'fff" !9 n .isf& THE CANARIES. Two Bad Baft Ought These Bal lalted to iNf Them. yjj 6S? l "Br" Two little caged canaries, Two little German lads; Birds skip about like fairies ; B071 look around like 'pads.''. One lad unto the other Paid : "We can work it fino, 80 lift me up, my brother, The birds are yours and mine." They placed their stolen plunder Tinder each other's bat But such a stupid blunder I They soon were caught at that. Hw For holding on, Intent to run, Each step they hurried faster, Till suddenly they came upon fat, old burgomaster. W "Hold onl" he cried, "what hurry now, That you should step out faster f Take off your hats and make a bow Unto your burgomaster." In duty bound, off came their hats, And forth the birds did sail...

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. — 30 June 1887

.IMi sir iy iiy,i.a 45 , Jt ', a ,r- . tti?g. " - i' S&bl" ffiS5si . . jSs&ShShft VKKS 'Tt 'ttiS3,' .'i3S'fV', "mmsss: ?wmx&!'fft immm SttefAwvfflS mmm i'i ' i j -- -- L mn nn -;:." r..r--,;yrf.?t MAunc.cin.craiqi; cas?: ?k? .saigy.:r:-T':.'; 1A P;f-m. 'V "i'iv&s, nuMMM;oi ,onoi :.: -T"W ' " " - AT, JUKE 80, 1897.! pfe 'bAC ,.V- - t, a, aTAlIM.I.tlVl.Jlf OAFI OTT-OST. rc ' vAasWt'srieafcandKoaey-Abaa4- -lc . v aneeef Same. Aajriealtiiral condition! In South 'Africa , eV pertly fttomthosw in this country. A ..okmlrt, writing to th London A. Am -est, gives this picture of the Cap Colony j famer'ellfs! ' 7 At six Vetoes: sael. morning earlier in t ;Uw:taara-ft Bally, our little Kaffir 'aid of all-work, has brought to each of us, .'while in bed. the. matutinal cup of coffee jrKhowtwMch no Cap, fanner, British or 1 e , Dntefc, begins the day, one of our number x' rites aad to the adjacent kraal to count the goato at they' issue forth in charge of thetrKeJBr herds to pastu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 June 1887

li IF lassft . IffiS & w fc. Of m- '&$ m &. t- IS i 1 IT. 8 V.5 r ii. if. w ar 'AMskJmKiKtseisFrsri Xd'fr f CQING TO MARKET. iy.HajrDoe Not the American WoaUl It 1 r fi ller Own Marketing T tS- v-j - ivttfrv mm. v. u V.-Ss &?' C& lOoptr9Ui,mA iyfiTh market Is one of the most Interesting '. !.MaAfla4lf,1a.M In bum tnn tiv,i1 t . t ti. 11 w tia ft w a uuiue, in nuiui uujr uvhhuhcu( a Wis more of the home life, the habits of the '''MAhla tr.- d 11 v than atiw ntti- nna ? -- ..- . -'"-"-- UMn.Alllatl.iniiwA r.? Mid ri-1nnr-ftnt of OinM habit. And ns f r the best of the old, with the Inevitable tj accretion of the new. In Its social, material ;"; .characteristics. .Pli: One of the finest bits of descriptive writlmt OTWf jjithlch Mrs. Ann S. Stephens ever achieved F,ywis nor color piciuro 01 it aauingujii raurKui iVSln "Fashion and Famine." and (treat artists JpSf i' bare found Inspiration in the delicate green rcfp. of' lettuce, contrasted with the red of the Rffi. co...

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. — 30 June 1887

iP'3 fe :ft 4 V r r .. "3T X The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, Main Bt. JUNE 80, 1887. TEN PAGES. McKeehan, Hiestand & Co.'s new office Is a dandy. Mrs. T. H. Quinn and child aro sojourn ing at Mineral Springs. Miss Nellie Collins is at the Mineral Springs, Adams county, 0. Second-hand "Agitator" separator (or sale. Apply to James Reecc. m The Leesburg Bank lost $2,000 by the failure of the Cincinnati Fidelity. Prof. Samuel Major, of Chlllicothe, was a visitor to this city last week. Mr. George K. Dean, of Brownville, Texas, is the guest of his brother, John Y- . Keep cool by buying a summer suit, light underwear and a straw hat of I. A. Feibel. " Hon. Henry A. Shepherd, of Nobles ville, Indiana, visited this city during the past week. Mr. O. 0. Morrow is book-keeper for the wholesale grocery firm of McKeehan, Hiestand & Co. Miss Ellie Everett, of Cleveland, has been the guest of Miss Mary Armstrong for the past few days'. m A number of the small children of "Ripley...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 June 1887

1 is ,. J . W. ?& W Sir' I A iW ' as ? & f l& 3 I B R4t l&S -. ? P! XA 18 V -'if- VI " juJ-i m m&Fr vji- J?.. &S;5J REA80K8 WHY YOU SHOULD USE W. R, SMITH & CO.'S Standard Asbestos Mixed Paints 1st. It U bettor and mora economical than liny oilier Faint In use. 2di It uukcH n smoother and more per fect finish. 3d. Neither acids nor dampness have any effect on It. 4th. It will cover more xtirfaca to the gallon thnn lead or sine paints. This Faint, prepared for uso in white and a very ultoicu line of colors, is un question bly superior to anything of the kind ever produced. The Paint that retains tlio oil longest on the surfuco ta the best to resist the action of the atmosphere, consequently It will last the longest. This is whnt we claim for our paint. Our Paint when applied has a hard and glossy surface which is easily wash od, making it an excellent Paint for in side wood-work and plastered walls. For houses, roofs nnd iron-work it has no equal. It forms...

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 July 1887

sj - M- .-, '" s V " O. C(yAdy li-sO' ''i- " " 't-.! 1R THE NEWS-HERALD. & ESTABLISHED 1837T HIJIiSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., 0., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1887. VOL. &1--NO. 12 i ?' J&Jf- v m t j f f Lf' T 4 F F rt r r kr r - bi- :'. .$ 0 '"tf KNMHf Jfefltt WPfc '. Dixie's Deadly Yellow iFever -f Germs. Comments on that Old Chestnut About "Room at tho Top." Choosing a Profession Utopias M !.. Persuading a Wonld Be Salelde to Table the Motion. for -"What do you think the prospects are for a yellow fever epidemic in the South this summer ?" questioned I of a prominent Southern physician this morning. "Its early appearance at Key West," said ho, "is exciting some apprehension of a spread, but I am inclined to think we will escape an epidemic. It has been so long since we had one and our quarantine stations are so thoroughly established, i that at present I have no fears of a scourge from this source." "Have you ever passed through a yellow fever siege 7" "Yes, quite a number of them. I h...

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 July 1887

'Wft v-jr ifcjBJV rrww. i wiyria bht , ' y Bnewr.-.,-rji - 'n l v "u .Vtf 3J-fl lv - D Kll V,,v - - t:-' I& K I1 ft. m, Itt life IT S I I? re 1st- Jc 1 t.M y IS k 13 I 'f t l- ; 5 jfSjf lJ 15 Ui. I'ii ??- E-S f E5L; ewjr I ti. j ui A . ine iNcwt-ncraia. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EST BY TIIK-n- Newa-Herald Publishing Company , I. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. IlATHiS FOB AJ3VTCRTISING- Msds Known en Application. JULY 7. 1887. EDITORIAXi. H. S. MeNICOL. Judge B, F. Uradburyiof tthlu Circuit, la a prominent candidate for the Supreme fiencli. Tho Judgo meets with favor With the Meptiblleahs of Southern Ohio. Ho Is n lawyer of marked ability, and his experience on the Common Picas arid rjirciilt Ucnclies iiualifies him for the duties of a more responsible position. m When a newspaper devotes its columns to declaring that a certain candidate doesn't amount to a row of pins, you can bet a bank-vault to a pant button that ho is the very man they fear m...

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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 July 1887

t: '"ifiv, W '' aaasn tib. it ii in 1 1 i... ... 1 1 i 1. 1 i, mr ;... .-.: :.... (wSfcfcL " V'TraVOI msgLStZ ; whi fjm"?tfv kLKi.'.''..r;;. UBSfcpr?- immz. mt ife m s''.,;. WCAUf. &ai's i 'V- - II m$ .SmsH r yitinj I- UB '." r . " :!r.i: fcilM' 'V- K-va."-.; mm; :;a W iisr LSTia ri. y?"-i i fes - ssS&e&N. seSr: giawws :ii '.'la& Tkc NeHerald. iS7ty1awJ Mi4fMrTMinbiY,''jtiiY;7;-iiw7. aafeISiTffj'2: uvwji, rarF- la-' v t"" ."' rasfa&ifiJfc ... A wort ft rer, comer: iVhth te Mi man to alt the lead f-Ba who aMeVaready band Stt.i'yjMfnraw. fK&a v - w!imw la enterprise IFfflrff? V rifty ark plumber; ' "J k- J -tortiiommi debonair. .' "tiw '" VThkittTOdo6etht )dhfr' All love Mm gallant drummer. latest Joke will provoke A roar from every bummer ! f&efr-'"- -v tbm una around tne village oar W,.1' Beleotli lustre froin his star. v'M$ ij ' Th fay commend 1 ' drummer. Witk work end wit he . hit the Krif , - J jfuu, winter,' spring ana rammer ; 'IMuiJ tfiAfnl Aav'n,f...

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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. — 7 July 1887

Be W fe& JAPANESE SPORT. ;r Merry Scene at the Kite-flying Fntll V . Klte-flylng Is a favorite sport among y;.i?-"the Japanese, and a popular holiday which occurs early In April is generally devoted to this amusement. An English traveler in Japan, who wai in Nagasaki last April, gives an interesting sketch of the kitc-ilving on the hill of Comnlra. " lUUlU n it.. ........ a.vt. tils .mj. lie nnja; "It was a locly sunny spring day, with n strong breeze almost an ideal day for kite-flying, at wo all agreed. As - jpjt our party left the town, wo found the sircam 01 noiiuay-maiccrs setting towara Complra, along a narrow track which wound up the valley. To be carried along in such a crowd was in itself a pleasure. Tho majoiity wero dressed in their national costume, and in thelr'bcst dresses; some in lovely silks, others In artistic-patterned cotton stuffs. Tho children were most delightfully quaint little objects. Dressed In bright-flowered garments of the same shape as thoso of tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 July 1887

KJkS &f'& 'TSWySSSat: tK3 toHPM TC Rfh 1ttVf$;' "i." "t-?ytr", fyrX jf-'.rj.v &.VivSa- ? -' j W V ,rf ',. fe: r ry Vt " t '! . '2K& t-PJf c ., r '$ .V I. Uv. ?VL " 1 . iT B7 n iv r Y l-vjA. cjp c tc- r '; IT a1V. . fj, fr'- J- The. News-Herald. imXMKOltO, OHIO. THURSDAY. JULY 7. 1897. riOLUMd IH WEALTH, c. u. (. Now let me gee, hon rich I'll be, With all these things I'm getting; There's onoi two, three, old hem I tee, Upon their nests are setting. There I do you hear my chanticleer Vpan the fence a crowing? There's four, five, six, young little chicks, Already hatched and growing. A young pup I have, and O, my I But he is fat and funny, There's seren, eight, nine, nice eggs are mine, O, I'll make lots of money. I'M buy a dress and hat, I guess, And such a lovely bonnet, "With birds and things, and colored wings, And ribbons fastened on it. And that's not all; a parasol, With handle silver mounted; So many rings and pretty things, They never can be counted. I'M buy a...

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. — 7 July 1887

i'iM W.tt-rao,.:"ft . , 1.,w!.A 'W KB1 ., zmssm SP ,; v isjv..:'''7?:it t ;,-t sammmmmmiT' T , srrsa is-i li'itv V S& . l. I tee- l3' ' m.v & hS Irt-rr W If i.i j" V& rv w, &. KjA; y& H-rV s 'tS THE'MAMB OF WIFB. AUTUUB H. SAHIB. KH? wife 1" blessed word of fond content. iittfce fairest rift kind Heaven has tent, PJJ (U MM Irnnw nn Bt(h RSvV tea wife, I love you even mow nan in tnose naicyon aaysoiyore, "When love first had Its birth. "Wife," only wife could ever be a dear and precious unto me, The aame delight Instill; Sweetheart" once held the fondest charm, The mind to please, the heart to warm, But "wife" is dearer still. I lore you, wife, I love your smile, Sweet wife, so Innocent of guile, I lore each word you speak, I love the motion of your lips I lore you to your finger tips, Bright, loving, wise and meek. Your sympathy is true and sure, For you all things I can endure, And overcome alt wrong ; Tour gentle smile to light the way, Your faith to encourage ...

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. — 7 July 1887

TfUK, VJrrvv.f srs: F u- u V Hii m w i- M ' i . in r'gaggagggBBHgg-gaaig The Newt-Merald. Offlosi IoAfd lailllif, Wi Vtin It. JUL.Y7, 1887. Try LaiiKilon's City Butter Crackers. m . Miss Gcrlrudo Bell Is visiting friends iu Sardinia. The B. & O. Express Co. are out with a brand new wagon. Mr. Enos Shepherd has been on the sick list for several days. Mr. John Richards, of Springfield, spent the Fourth with his parents, Mr. Pete Hannaford, of Cincinnati, spent the Fourth among friends here, '' Mr, Mutt Doggett, of Cincinnati! "visit ed relatives here during the past week, ' Keep cool by buying a summer suit, light underwear and a straw hat of t. A, Fcibel. ... Mrs. Charles Miller left on Thursday morning of last week to visit her father at Carmi, Illinois. Judge Meek attended a meeting of the Chillicotho Comtnandery-on Thursday night of last week. Mrs. J. J. Brown and son, of Spring field, are the guests of their parents, Mr. and W. T. Bowers. Miss Hester Meek left on Thursday mor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 7 July 1887

S -1 it W,' ,$ cv -"V - l-L. "? '4'.- :w . f -.(v . v 1 1 j j? - to - tfK if -! ; '- VV ' "ft V f,. . V- i TV v. r? ,- , -" jV. w ,ra,i & EStf m 41 SSfe WHO ID UNACQUAINTED WITH TH3 Uaii BY EXAMININU aVtV-a-: . .. --li-j I" I. I I CHICAGO, ROOK ISLAN& & PACIFIC R'Y Bv reaaon of ita central iwslHo-i. cloac r. - bid c3nUn-J5HB lines ct 1 5r-ii.ial points West, IJorUiwest and Southwest-la toe only truo mldJlo-link in that transooiitliwutal oystem whlci Invites and facll lt.itsa trivol rind t.-a-L i a rut '.er illreetJon bstwoen the Atlantlo .and Pacific j.'ho Hock Iala-il nia. i h to and hrani.ica include Chleaso,Jollot, Ottawa, La Sallo. Pooria. Qonoico, HcUn arl Boo'.-. . ...- .!. I. ITIi-a ) T.nanA.i Umnavolisand fit. rani'. In IliruMssta; Wotortown In Dakota, and hundreds of latoiinodlato cities, Vi.rr.3 and villa6ro3. THE CK3AT ROCS2 2SLAND ROUTE Ou.iaJtooa Sped. Co-libit and Safety to tha-,0 who travel over It. Itsroadbeo i vx,eaj.'j.l V).-lliitc.l. Ita tract la ct" J...

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. — 14 July 1887

f--":' 1 I t vyV'VV rr i, rH-;ju- ,v ," MfeCW V. - CW Ml rv tJ.Lt THE NEWS-HERALD. m ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1887. VOL. 51-NO. 13? Sr rr A . If tf -t. r r K.-4 7f fv ", R t? KNIGHT OF THE &&& -. -tyrv7.v iS -,-jj,i k tv; "-'. ,vk tr -??iJ ' i i&Wm With Hi Pknt Fokot Fii 0f" T of Horn Buttons, Monkeying Around Vlckflhnrg- nnd Cracking Jokes to Kill Time. A Varied and Valuable Llbrary-Na- tloaal Military Cemetery-Might Reference to the Lovellne of Peasacola. VicKsnuno, Miss , June 20, 1887. We still hold the fort at Vicksburg. In street parlance wo are "stuck on tho place," partly because the New York Exchange that reached us tho other day was not properly endorsed and partly because of a difference ot opinion exist ing between us and the railroad com pany as to the validity of sundry passes we hold. 'You probably catch our mean ing. If not, telegraph us to remit you five dollars to pay postage, and we will try to elucidate by ...

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. — 14 July 1887

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