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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 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
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1887

vfrf '-', - ... -vw . .'. ' . .1.. ' .(?... M-kU - ' - - - ' " ' ' !:. lT.:"TW,r ' !.A 't feJi sv ST t)if & if life RSfta ", ! a f Highland County Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5. As an additional at traction we shall make specially low prices on Dry Goods for the en tire week. Call and Masonic Temple High St. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Hattle L. Wright vs.Alonao H. Wright et I. Highland County Court of Common Pleaa. CaaeNo. 4120. ORDER OF BALE IN PARTITION. In pursuance of an order Issued from the Court of Common Pleaa within and for the county of Highland and State of Ohio, made at the April term thereof A. D. 1887, and to ma dtreeted, I will offer for aale nt publlo notion at the door of the Court-houae.ln lb town of Hlllsboro,Ohlo,on Saturday, August 20, A. D. 1887, At 2 o'clock p.m. of aald day the following described real estate, to-wlt: Hltuate tn Highland county and In the town of Hlllaboro.bonnded and described aa follows: A certalu part of In-lot No. 191, In the town of Hillsboro, 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

:m -.c"Wu?raf,,j JW; ras- " & BW Ji j:i.'i?'i r n t--'al 'JtA"'?, twv i .rsn i. ' 'J 'j.rj'i!: Llf'tJ NEWS-HERALD. VA. 3&I 1 :! i-i ... . -WS in ,'Tl',dK1J Pel- r:.A;si; ;.- -v, - ' - : ..? fc.......-!-.,.. . .,.- ...,.. .. -1 - - ' Br Kltf to" II".. 1 ,'.?- N si . V 't'' Ih ' r I r & ?" i&fc SSTABtiSHBba83!7t: ' leMT.T'w tt r 'i- V(Jt , v " SSst -SV ' , . HILIiSBORO, HIGHLAKD CO., O., THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1887. VOL. 51-NO. 16$ J -V ,-CA. LOVELY LAKESIDE, June.buga, Pretty Girls and Other Miscellany. A Jolly Jannt on JohuBon'f Is-land-Vloisiltttdefi of x Yachting. lUfthlaad Bey, Describes an Old War " Priiex Where Captired Coh federates Wen Cm ftaei. s LAKastoic, O., July lOtb, 1887. Editor Nkws-Hebald : As you per ceive from the above this la July, the seventh month and sixteenth day ol this year of grace 1887. Now when I remark that the weather is .warm yes, actually hot np here in this land of Jane bugs, mosquitoes, and pretty girls, I trust you will not say nor ev...

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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. — 4 August 1887

BSPWSR KfttfOTi -". V'il '-ml M IS. I ' y ft 12 1$ r try? u -aai f Yaaaaw MlllllKWIIIiH 1MH1 ?.f-i n" mcws.nprain F.vr --"- .M.. -: PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ifi Kaws'Herald Publishing Company. tv ,w. t. mnnust BEBEE BARRERE. UMCRimON, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOR ASVBRTISINa Made Known on Application. AUGUST 4, - 1887. EDITORIAL. H. S. McNICOL. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, .1. B. FORAKER, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, W. C. LYON, of Licking. For Supremo Judge, (Long Term) WILLIAM T. SPEAR, of Trumbull. For Supreme Judge, (Short Term) FRANKLIN J. DICK MAN, of Cuyahoga. For State AudiUv, E. W. POE, of Wood. For State Treusurei, J. 0. BROWN, of Jefferson. For Attorney General, D. K. WATSON, of Franklin. For Member of Board of Public Works, C. A. FLICKING ER, . ' -. K fine rain would make desirable Fair 'weather. Foraker gets the benefit of the in crease in the Governor's salary. Powell will never profit by it. Cholera morbia is very prevalent just aow, owing to ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

. ; JJ.-SWT Ofeff-VW ISRMiSSXrSaS. " f f3V -t' ?s!.r VfT - O vw I'W'WJ'r,. r:,7nr ?i4Wr?. ''H :- :-w. -r .JV- ' . ; V ..:: .rl-h-:,: XskZV-LYW; ,.iv:wm w . -r 2T.ar";-i' 'i i - - . -v 7uniewr r3 '... ' " V.F "", ff ' v t i sypn1 W! J 'v- rv,' t,.v . ..i...,-:.. . nv? yvfeft&:ywar.cfrfiiievi v v . !t ?'' L &WI-" 'J;nMw.,. Pi. .& ' . ' " w. I lr . i i P & & -4 t. -i- '' wm, W.3:- , ixsk. &,. wjtasj.K' .crtv. .i-." ..' :wBT-" ,'; i -; , .SSSSBSSWWP- t.t '. WJ.TT Kl &?&? K .JfJiM! rf if- ,& SfctfWSt le?s - . TZ-:-.liJvi ---" -:i:' ''Z-&- -t-. TrM5SaftH!ffl2i iHJniiiftiiriii - '- ,-.'E,,t.'iiifwi'i"!", wtiV.i-v5' 1r -i i Misnei ewsncraia. TxaatrnvniBolmDi " l&SBU m'ostv j'fcJW,',i T i' J i,WJi52i'iter v AimbRiliniTU wU drawn; Hd plodcrf, with kwy diuBoadt wt Th daflbdil ud vlolot, j AM bmttd their brMth of dawn. , dk fM a dainty cky 1m, , AiptllMWy.flarV Vat AtMtor throoh the flylag weeks Had Mown the roaea inhwoheeka," To grace the dlmplee the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

i i LvS- ItJJ w ivjC MA' IRSEZS AND SCARF. W M ' . ... ,f afwui fnaaia niiujit .aa the catetnent thai looked o'er the ;. lascarf of blue; i gay bold breete paused to flutter and l Mia of delicate hue; tare lovelier far than the proud iklea .aw," I Mid, with a voice that sighed ; are fairer to me than the beautiful LfrVlaa : w Oh, why do you stay here and hide ? Fon are wasting your life in this dull, dark 1 And h fondled her silken folds. P-War the casement lean but a little, m t,i queen, rAad see what the great world holds t r the wonderful blue of your matchless hue ; Cheapen! both tea and sky 1 rest are far too bright to be bidden from 1J "RBI, Owne, fly with me, darling, fly I" r his whisper and sweet his caress. 'Flattered and pleased was she, i arm of her lover lifted her over K,v UV I 111 III, lilt UU, HiKSj fCaoaeto his breast she was fondly pressed, m nni. . - . i ... iA .. S s Kissed once by his laughing mouth ; rnn dropped to her grave in the cruel wave, Wall th wind went...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

1' yi?.$$j 11. "M $w iy '? i. V 'W' 1 f j ' "f r-w !&S rS.- n Jf r vi? fn ' ,fi if fri' m 3tri j -41 ' - ' i 5-, : Sir -y I I BIBBS A U -i v s? Jte r If v I PJv IB I f. rssr r8C.2 '? R rsTon PT-.VJ ,J A' ' WJS.8?; nSik-yk1 i fl .j,'.jf ' . .'J i"4 H &VK -" -iIJVj PZ ?S5- -'K The NewvHcrald. ' t lV U ( tttMAitonoi onto. THTJMDAY, AUGUST 4, 188T ' TMMKOFAKIND. ! sale old farmer to thrifty, In" doty to firm at a rock. Heglects not th wants of hit cattle, Bat carefully water hi ttock. The millionaire, too. in hi business, Been day add some lambs to hi flock J By a few skillful change In figures, Heeerefully water hi ttock. Th temperance orator, likewise, Who at consciences londly doth knock, e'er thicken hi speech with much liquor; H carefully waten hta talk. JVJtif York Jftftwy LABOR XOTB6. The bakers have sixty unions and 29, soo Btessbci s. The 8,000 brewers of Cincinnati who are knights have , .' hdrawn from the order be mum of the temperance plank In the new con SKatkm. A M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

;? - i las " rtZ. piRlS LETTER bj Kt" , Hi:. Vi, - . I OT MOMENT IS TUB DUST '.ViTRKMCH CAPITAL. Tn.aknt.ttng Leveling ta Religious Bellefi-The New law and Its Effect-Bitter Feel- ait Germany Interesting Goaalp. EAY-. Vin, juijr i. -auo legislature u ; raiau uouruun seem to ue just r' Inaugurating a most comprehen- . nl- -n . - j-. Jirt leveling process In regard to ' religion professed by the bulk of Mi.' French people, as. Indeed, to 'afkrtons in "general. There hai heen a jkrdiscussion in the Chamber of Depu- t :,. 'inwiivciuwi$ a new uiuunrr iuw,wiucii .islpotes three years' service In the army , j poa.au rrenenmen woo nave aitainca VfiKir twentieth year, wlh qualifications, m "saiiwaver, as to time and conditions of : 4'nuiinfui ui uivuiuai Biuucmsauu M4MB I. f...K . HnJln.1 -...3a. J BMDlls at the Polytechnic anil normal ',3.B0ool and others similarly situated. ;5PI new law, it will be wen, differs but ..'.tvMttle from the one which has been in 'vtMW iuice 18W' 8ave n4ti altho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

mmmmww i 51 i 4. 4f f)4 L?A i A X ; tr .. iffe The News-Herald. Offloei Eoggud Bniidlig, W, Main Bt. AUGUST 4, - 1887. Mies Bessie Htecle Is visiting relatives In Chilllcotho. ' o Second-hand "Agitator" separator for rale. Apply to James Beeco. m A number of our "sasslety" young folks spent Saturday at the Oaves. a Mr. Walter Pope, of St. Louis, Mo., Is visiting bin father, Col. T. A. Pope. Mr. and Mrs. John Bayless burled n ihree weeks' old infant Sunday lost. m MisS Mattie Richards has been visiting relatives in Lebanon for the past week. m Miss Alice Morin, of Newport, Ken tucky, is the guest of Miss Kate Langley. Keep cool by buying a summer suit, light underwear and a straw hat of I. A. Felbel. m Miss Kate Rorer, of Martinsville, Va., is a guest at the residence of Mr, James W. Smith. m Miss Madge Carson returned last Thursday from a visit to relatives in Ohilllcothe. Mr. O. S. Lemon and family removed into their handsome new home on North . High street last Thursday. Misses Et...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 4 August 1887

s: V., j4 y.r i1 V - A T! a .fZ TK fc tr ?ri ? S? E?-, Kwr ? r if-' -4; '., ! Highland County f dAilfw Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5. As an additional at traction we shall make specially low prices on Dry Goods for the en tire week. Call and see us. Masonic Temple High St. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Huttle L. Wright n Alnmo H. Wright et m. mgiimim uouiiiy court or common l'le. Case No. 4120. ORDER OF SALE IN PARTITION. In nursuanco of fin order lsjgncd frnmthA Coartof Common Pleas within and for the tounty of Ulguland and State of Ohio, made at the April term thereof A. D. 1837, and to me dlreeled, I will offer for sale at public auction at me aoor or me iourt-noase,in Saturday, August SO, A. D. 1887, Atio'clocS p.m. of said day tlio following UBscriuru real chihic, ujwii : Situate la Highland county and In the town of Hlllsboro, bounded and described as follows : A certain part of lu-tot No. 191, In the town of Hllliboro, 130 feet front on West street and 100 feet on North street, known and de...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 August 1887

;v,r; w- :, VTWW" ;w r -'.TISW i'.'.-2'-'i 5 i."i."VT3r7 -.; '.W 'ITKirwWWfflTT .",T.. -Trfr T-'T -'.''' j .V ?W?u ;ivM! itf" t. S,v) w--i' r ffKrif-".: 'W' t,' - a c7yr- WV;. ' """' a " ' ?i ! rtJ ' J -v J. "W i ' " 1 r-am , - ' - Cr v r W J NEWS-HERALD ll - ' ,!! &?&! .31 fW' t2& ' .-a v 41 3i ,,-5,: 6t THE i iito ' , f a? A? I Iff. 11 V -f xk t- ri)i tl 'Sr L- "M ls?j "V-Sfr UfrfH-t Sgp3Bgy. TBCi FiAlW 6187 Grand SiicpeM in 'Every Particular; ' JJ'lie IT. A. 8.n Fifth Exhibit will be Second to None. Exciting Races, Grata" Displays, Moon" "' Order, Pleasant Time and a Jolly Crowd. from Wednesday's daily. The Fifth Annual Fair of the High land Agricultural Society began yester day, with the sound of hammer, ax and saw preparing and placing exhibits and enlarging facilities, especially in the live stock department. The advance and early entries and ar rivals of horses in the speed classes have been unprecedented, as will be seen by n glance at the speed programme. Many o...

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. — 11 August 1887

FP5fJ 'v'vs'" w '.i.' sSS- w 'upp-fr- M , -raswsw E? PIT; : He, L mT, sr- B? i-ti . Wli IE. f ft. IS? B liV - r I la. I' &' sv if. ffvf- L'frti tfr&- fcW & "jL- ' fXr The NewaHerld, PUBLISHED EVERY THIJHSDAY BV TUt News-Herald Publishing Company, . N. BARRERE. 8EBEE BARRERE. UBtCRIrTlON, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATHJ8 TOR ADVHRTI8INC3 Mad Known en Application. AUGUST 11, 1887, EDITORIAL. H. S. McNICOL Republican State Ticket. i For Governor, .T. B. KORAKKR, of Hamilton. For Llcutcnnnt Governor, W. C. LYON, of Licking. For Supreme Judge, (Long Term) WILLIAM T. SPEAK, of Trumbull. For Supremo Judge, (Short Term) FRANKLIN J. DIOKMAN, of Cuyahoga. For State Audito.-, E. W. POE, of Wood. For State Treasurer, J. C. BROWN, of Jefferson. For Attorney General, D. K. WATSON, of Franklin. For Member of Board of Public Works, C. A. FLICKIXGER, of. Defiance. A w hipping-post is none too m'utp for a wife-beater. Our great statesmen have fallen in love with summer touring. Grover goes...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 August 1887

Wf JP- TMfflP' &&' 'M r, ' a& u UV J i -? 1 1 J ." U fThe JJcwittcraW ' ,,.! 4 .? ti At. $ gy- :..SSv tr -,;.. -aaBMfir .5&X' ft fHiHBAX. AUGUST 11. law.. . - - vffiivtfrf..-lv,,''--ar . t t . - . t-s 'mSsWirtwooiiimiiiir i&10.,ar'Sj4W-ir-:w'. " , ... v,,iNNti..-'..- - . . . .- ' "- - w, wee n sea," na awMii ian, HWawwrtHr IwTU teen: 'ill.-. -jl. a : iv TuiA?ypTirwmm.TZm"i"suwr , n rveeetas toseeyonea-. "- - i-"', ' ... jf TlWk-MiiiBWnat-! in?rf?" -"i' TT ." iITC. S77 ' u- ilt FtSj1 . j ;sVWhHnsaiastgooa-oyeT 1 fcrtT . r V , " 'J--1 iFartwiil. mrlov. farewell. Ktl'', ' . vli tfneaa whkhtweUmyeye, ..V V? "My iieK,"ti sailor cried, without' taking- saybody', peralstloa,. They know at sluice what will suit, ud very quickly deterauaewaat price to Mk. Bed clothing lira favorite article of trade with these people, as It every kind of crockery, cape ud MMcen ana pistes cheap knives and forka and spoons, and all the minor but necessary paraphernalia Of humble housekeepin...

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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. — 11 August 1887

E? 'i tl-i ft', UUITAtffi 111 Hi 7J. f -OW VAMOTJS MtliUOXAIRm DINJ AT SARATOGA. Ordinary and Three Eaoi KHI BmUt Aroaad Garde) i Severn Uty Bqaarat-flalta Knew Th Dall Day. OU often read about cottage life In Saratoga. The late William ll.Vanderbilt oc- .a!&'cjir Ik, W . St ' - - ' P i'jH enrnmermjnr l":)biimmm W & OlifiCjt .w' ."" tnanananaVfthn- ft , aaaiSnS?laaiC 'f-'U- rfWWSw fcV.v cuiiied a cottago there for -j &,& years, and the most famous millionaires Erf' are regularly announced each season as :& -i.. .....l U.M. l Qavatnira TM KVJV .AaSfAAlg TCI1M3U IWIrU4(Ga AAA ajiaa ...va-. """ 54. wrrvt "MtfafyA1' t mfonnmer here. jh.Vk only cottages there are in Saratoga EKjJy ate such as the summer visitors would not JffcVfr'll . .. ..... . A A- .f Ik.. ,', in me utile irame wutuicuio . "it 4- .villagers and the higher grades of help at the &2V. L-A.1- A 1- ..JLJMlt1IM 'Till. i so-called cottaeeS that are referred to In the - sew from the springs are merely s...

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. — 11 August 1887

teiK. "it v -w If l i u. FSMPSt V It y- ? li, a fc' Ite? ;4r 3 r , 1.. B. &- i: a Vv "- ST5 it -t w Jx m immmioiv i v. THUMDAY,' AUGUST 11, 1887. Tin maw who winked. eu. k'cor. D there was m old codger and what do yon think I r could do nothing better than stutter and wink, And whatever ha did Game tremulous lid, Right orr hit peeper with many blink. "Par-pardon," he'd lay; "slag laddie hlay," Tor hla tongue misbehaved In a terrible way. A beautiful maiden came trippingly by, -And he looked In her face with a wink of his eye. "far-pardon," he aald With a face very red. "Shame oa yon, old 'wretch," cried the ' maiden. "One!" "My ddear," stammered he, "b-blame not what yon aee," But the maiden cried, "Bah 1 don't you deary ome!" Game an ancient old maiden all satin and lace, And winking and blinking he looked In her free. "0, yon (nameless old knars, With a foot in the grave," Cried the lady astonished, and quickened her pace. "Ma-madame," he cried but the never re plied, And left...

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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. — 11 August 1887

. Ww - pr l.J- & . .V fc8L TiSfX - m. v w." KK.- 59&: JAS sp S KV- " Ek is & vt ite' L ft & h a- ?. i IV' CV?A' L4 .f. WM -. Wfsr kd&i 4?txvi- a mm,, " &&T .Mil mu PM S. 'IW yv- -r mm WW '-; ' -.' ijffrfofrfeti A rV WHO 1IDE MIS TMM.I. - S Who bides hi time and day by day Faces defeat foil patiently, .And lifts a mirthful roundelay, However poor his fortune be He will not fall In any qualm Of poverty. The paltry dime, 'ft will grow golden in hjs palm Who bidea his time. Who bides his timehe tastes the sweet Of honey In the Baltest tear; And, though he fares with slowest feet, Joy runs to meet him drawing near. The birds are heralds of his cause. And, like a never-ending rhyme, The roadside blooms in his applause Who bides his time. Who bides his time, and fevers not In the hot race that none achieves, Shall wear cool wreathen laurel, wrought With crimson berries in the leaves; And he shall rclgn a goodly king, And sway his hand on every clime, Willi peace...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 11 August 1887

mmm r.t i.jik . fi r . w 'J? tfs I V 3 iU '- '1 -i l3 ft u V ft 't i'sr H$, RfThfe-P" it-fe? -i? u, v. -" -srv;?'r cwns,w '- "v . ' ' . ' - ' ' 1 ' "F . - . Tht Nwt-Hrftld. OImi IlMuAlaUUifiW. KiU It. AUGUST 11. - 1887. Teacher's Institute At Leesfjurg' noxl week. Anew sign adorns the front of the Bee Hive Shoe Store. Miss Id Merkle, of this city, visited Miss Tress Jolly, of Ripley, last week. m Mrs. TJlrio Bloane visited relatives In Washington 0. H. during the past week. Thirteen applicants were before the Board of School Examiners lost Saturday Keep cool by baying a "summer suit, light underwear and a straw hat of I. A. Felbel. Miss Jennie Ervln, of Washington O. H., is visiting her' aunt,. Mrs. Ohas. K Haynes. m Mr. Robert McOlure, of Columbus, spent several days of last week with his paronts. Scott Holmes, Esq., of Cincinnati, has been tho guest of his parents for several days past. Miss Esther Laudenbunrer. of Ripley. has been the'gueat of Mistf Birdie Parker for the past wee...

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. — 11 August 1887

"r V.-I- " ',f? .$ ft "!$&?tJ 1 7SS TWt Tlf - " t , .. .. 4te iff i I a-TJ -ft TIW'V ST b-1 I EH sT lv m 1 I' lef ir &" ",rw fcv 5 ?f r?. Ml n, Highland County Aug. 2, 3, 4, 5. As an additional at traction we shall make specially low prices on Dry Goods for the en tire week. Call and see us. 1 Masonic Temple High St. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Hatlle Wrleht vs. Alonzo II. Wrleht et al mgnianu uouniy court ot common Pleas. Case No. 4420. ORDER OF SALE IN PARTITION. In pursuance of an order Issued from tbe Court of Common Pleas within and for the i-ountyof Highland and State of Ohio, made nt the April term (.hereof A. I). 1887, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public auction at the door of the Court-bouse, in the town of Hillsboro, Ohio, on Saturday, August SO, A. I). 1887, At 2 o'clock p.m. of said day the following described real estate, to-wlt : Situate In Highland county and lo tbe town of Hillsboro, bounded and described aa follows : A certain part of In-Iot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 August 1887

? W T-, J- - 7 ?w ?? "o KT .V 'tfS, fflW THE NEWS-HERALD. it1 ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO.. Or, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1887. VTIT. ft1 Mft 1Q w-. 1JX. HWi J.. ,,v ' r; i .4 . x t u V It fj INTERESTING EXTRACTS From a Letter From Miss Hattio Ayrefl. Mexican Scenery anil Polntu of TntercHt at Orlzabn. Climbing tho Mountain Flower Oar- Hob Ah Old Cemetery Catholic Churches and a Mexican Wedding. OmzADA, Mexico, July 0, 1887. Dear Home Folk . It is early morning yet, and while waiting for Miss Bartlett to Ret up I will begin a letter to you. Last Saturday morning found Miss B. and myself in company with my pastor, Mr. Butler, on the way to Orizaba. At noon we had a pattable dinner at Espa ranza, where wo learned that the train from Vera Cruz, which should have met us there, had had an accident. The en gine had gone through a bridge, two or three persons were killed and several wounded. Mr. Butler .told us, about half an hour after leaving Esperanza, that we were coming to a p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 August 1887

FS3 ffffrfip -" -tti'iv i. &&?& ' X - ? t ' vsr - i "!ut Jf$5 Jfr&sSi if i?f T' & SKI Pf tea 2 K ? g&. KK RC.t-. ".y ? Nkr W & .IS . v . R - w ww jt. W&f- rtr ' Sr : ,v& "iii " & U. j 7 C -SR-M w - The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -11 y ritit- News-Herald Publishing Oompany, . W. BARREHE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. HATKS BOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. AUG-UST18, - 1887, Republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. B. FOUAKEU, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, W. C. LYON,' of Licking. For Supreme Judge, (Long Term) WILLIAM T. SPEAR, of Trumbull. For Supreme Judge, (Short Term) FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN, of Cuyahoga. For Stato Audito. E. W. POE, of Wood. For State Treasurer, J. C. BROWN, of Jefferson. For Attorney General, D. K. WATSON, of Franklin. For Member of Board of Public Works, 0. A. FLIOKINGER, of Defiance. Resignation. Mr. Hugh S. McNicol is confined to his home from nervous prostration, and on...

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