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

A t' y r(. p s Kitt-' "V! 4 4 4; . wti-jy. .u. - w m A' t " t-9 '4 - i , v . ,rt I. fEf v;r 3V The News-Herald. OMoet Haggard Building;, W. Mala St SEPTEMBER 8, 1887. We pay 70 ceata for reel mUllav wheai. J. M. BOYD A CO. Go to Bowles' book store for school books. Wanted Position as cletk, by a young lady. Apply at this office. Remember low prices and good goods nt the Bee Hive Shoe Store. School books and everything needed in the school room at Detwiler's. The Library is being frescoed and re ceiving other needed improvements. I will pay 70 cents for good wheat at Model City Mills. Jambs T. McGcihk. Seven applicants were before the Board of School Examiners last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Evans, of Green- field, were gdests in the Hill City last Thursday. Mr. Emerson Bockafellar is spending a fow days with his mother at Brook- vllle, Indiana. Mr. J..O. Quinn, of Chllllcothe, was a business visitor to our city on Wednes day of last week. Mr. George Oonk has opened a studio and s...

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

'V re? wr 't WJt vx tE?f'i $f" rv , II ,! .'" wi-T Ik' -U3T ' ft " w tf iff I&; tel l & '& 1 HJ it & :v T I if I ; "f esv- Ah. : . VW3t h -a1- - e? S30 000 -:GRAND:- Closing Sale! Preliminary to removing to our NEW STORE ROOM on East Main Street, we shall make Special Prices to close our present stock. You will find it to YOUR INTEREST to make us a call, as we shall offer many lines ofgooas at less than their Eastern Mar ket value. mam Masonic Temple,Higb St. Notice. JOSEPH T. PATTO.v. of Vllllsca, Mont goraery county, Iowa, will taKe nolle IBM William Elliott did. on the IStndayo March, A. I): 1887. die Ills petition In tb. Common Pleas Court of Highland count. Ohio, asking judgment against the sal Joseph T. Patton for the sum of leu dollan and tbirly-oiie cents, with Interest at elgh percent, per annum from the 28th day o August, A. D. 1877, on a certain proraUson note signed and delivered by said Joseph T Patton to the firm of Bamgarner A Elliott, and bv said Arm ...

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. — 15 September 1887

- ". j a .' f .. &A WTfi NEWS-HERALD. At -A. tN yx. -. J r- '- VWT"T V r-7- , J ' &P : 3m A VXi 'L Vl-'tV ,tvfe i tft. v.as V UA ESTABLISHED 1837. 3 HXLLSBORO. HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. H VOL. 51-NO. 22 '"SK"1 i'sf t IHK f fo" ST I. A. r in- If A m r x. k r n & -f a ,a. . '7 7. w. r-sst X" 2 ' No; 'AJC yv IV- Ir . i-. w RINGING. WORDS. Questions Before tko Toters of Ohio This Year CLEARLY AND FORCIBLY PRESENTED BY GOVERNOR FORAKER. Fraud ud Fergoij, Cleveland's Bloody Skirt, the Sentketa Qaestloe, the Tariff and Other Isra Treated Ably ul roily By On Chtflaat Governor at Caldwell, O , hfiuiK 10, 1S87. josum, b. roRAXsa Caldwell, O., Sept. 10. GoTernor J. II. Foraker opened the campaign here to-day In the presence of a crowd of thousands, with the following speech which was loudly applauded: Fellow Citizihs We meet here to-day to open another oanvass. We are to choose this time only state and county officers. The verdict to be rendered will do more, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 September 1887

rTwwvr7-mi ... - ..'v w-vv;;-'., w ;- . "Yr-, ."" "v-h -7-. -fsT- -r "". i ",r . , r s '.p.a-s- rf '.j-h .-vy u's.'';-- " f .vi?. ,ix: a- w?vir', ,,v.( " "wmi kTt.J ' 1" .tv.- 'J i-iV rv . - v " ... s, i - rr - - t, - .''' w , - V - t -,....- - W r. T. m .n Jsi ??; -v ' " , . , fr- tf '!?. '-' VA. a-V Hro-Xs x-t; 5 f-r R,' r 3 . t earjeaaaMeaTeaaaatJleteaaaataaaa J -? Fa, " t ' ffv & W' la a lft i if? p 5 MS- I2 The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nr1 th Nam-Herald Publishing Company. t. w. IMt-ERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. TEN PAGES. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. B. FOKAKER, of Hamilton. For Lieutenant Governor, W. C. LYON, of Licking. For Siipromo .Tnilgo, (Long Term) WILLIAM T. SPKAlt, of Trumbull. For Supreme Judge, (Short Term) FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN, of Cuyahoga. For State Audito.-, K. W. POE, of Wood. For State Treasurer, J. C. BROWN, of Jefferson. For Attorney General, 1). K. WATSON, of Franklin. For Member of Board of Public Works, 0. A. FLICKIN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 September 1887

.rssg. J? rf jV .ti - fcKi &r"n y-$Y$Aii v iftif "( ' ;v3.;&4a& i'f -i. - -- . -4r-r- .r .-'- j-i " - '-.. iiSr ri W ! MIBMW HI 1MB I SUP I III 1 1 l Mill I II III I I ' "' --WKS..m ffsWPraPf" ..W.;k. w5ii; .jm -i."i-z;i : l f rtrZr r r i V' ' J 'iic 1. v: i.j ii "ja. i .. ii- - 15 -ijyj -) j""7r:iflj- vit. ' . - . . - run " t- -- v mhkuhh .y-.L-, ill ,...M1H.. Ul " .i"" ... . ... , . . '. IpPSfi A" STUPENDOUS RED-LETTER HOLIDAY EVENT! Two Complete, Matchless and Dazzling Performances Rain or Shine, at Hillsboro, SATURDAY, -VlI.L ALSO Jackson Court House, Friday, Sept. 23 Note. The arrangements of tlio American Showmen's Pooled League will prevent any otner uircus from visiting SELLS $ BROTHERS' mWJwJmmmmW lMmw9CArmTm BBEBrV&Bs7ihVliPHZTTTTTlTT BE395BdL$rP9Hro GREAT SEVEN-SHOW CONSOLIDATION Huge 3-lMng Clrcui Classic Roman Hippodrome Academy of Art Vile Ounlliirnt Menageilo Inillati Village nod Museum and Grand Firemen' Tomiininenr, OLORIOUSLY UNITED WITH PAWNEE BILL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 September 1887

TC .. W f;.N.. ty 1. - s- V v -- I l-r 1" M .k'A. . a . . v J &-iJ "$ Ift v-MI er v h.J w m 3 If v ih .V. Cu 'it-'it if Sn -?, r . j jh.jMj.1 KMrSVil ,J 1 c w4&F3Sr if-. m lt K& Kff ss 3. ? EV .. iw t & &x "SA- JiJ, Fv. ;. MwtwwwFWf tw rm& THE ANNUAL REPORT or the PresldlnK Elder of Hillsboro District, (JliH'innuli Cunroruiu'i, Motlm llt Kpixuoitiil Chiirrli, To tho Conformed Swwlnn at Mu-lnin leohnrs', Ohio, Aug-int 31, 1SS7. BlMIIOI-ASDKKttS A.NllUllKTIIItKN UI'Tllh Conkfbence: God hits been jirocious tt tin) work in tliU District, und has jsreutlj prospered tin labors o( Ilia sonants. Under the redistricting u( Inst jur this out! lumt! to In' tbo larii't lerritnrially in the Confi-runce about 1,00 Mpun miles, or nbo-1 one-luiutb of tlic entiii Coiifi'iriire. My personal labors Iiuvo (teen abundant, hut no man enjoying good health should ever complain of hard work, and God has blessed mo with excellent health. We havo worked In tho greatest harmony, and as ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 September 1887

'i ;p ?' '''v fr- yj.i w,Ti, ft'- .. ,r. . irullff i . .t 'T -... .J . -. A I . i .' .'" ft i i- ca3i2,tcJJ!2. - '. l$r- jr n t X m Itf & j 1 J .t-. ri U$. 4 The News-Herald. 01m i laggard Baildlag, W. Mala Bt SEPTEMBER 16, 1887. We pay 70 cents fer geed milling wheat. J. M. BOTB ft CO; The Manchester Fair is being held this week. Bargains In boots and shoes at the Beo Hivo Bhoe Store. Kir. Will Nevin, of Dayton, spent Sun day with his parents. Wanted Position as cleik, by a young lady. Apply at this office. I will pay 70 cents for good wheat at Model City Mills. Jambs T. McGuirk. Prof. J. E. Dodds, of North Liberty, and brother spent Saturday in Hills- boro. Mr. and Mrs. A. Meharry, of Shawnee Mound, Indiana, are visiting relatives in this city. Mr. Truman Holmes left last Thursday morning to attend lectures at the Ohio Medical College. Mr. Phil Plant is enjoying an Eastern trip through Philadelphia, New York and other large cities. ' Dr. W. C. Duckwall and wife have been Vlnce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 September 1887

! w ?t Kfr P , r& & & "Vl Bh I r I L mr m 5f . Iff IV f. It fA Mil (TIP A I DfllllTCQC POLITICAL POINTERS. Foraker will bo nlectcd by 30,000 plu rality. Stick a pin here. Kew Carlitle Sun. Tho cloak of tho civil-service reformer baa worn so thin that the Democratic form is distinctly visible. Enlnn Regltter. When the votes are counted in Ohio next November, there will not be enough of the Democratic party left to bury. Ottawa Gatelte. The style of the Democratic campaign is unchanged this year, except that the lies are a tittle moro buugliiizly con structed than usual. Multifield Ncu . Powell has not yet answered Fornker's question : "Would you havo protested against tho return of the captured flags had you been Governor ?" Ironton Reg itter. Mr. Powell, Democratic candidate for Governor, will speak at Oallipolis Rep- tember 10. Wonder if he will recogni7o the conductor as he comes down over the Hocking Valley road 7 Meigt County Tribune. Tho Ohio Democrats nnnounco that...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 September 1887

f- mmmmmmmmwmmmTfmT!WK. yrr&r&:eTFW3M&v&G. &&,':&.-. ' J7 .." CW ..w,rw - - mfi ij wwrvj..- (d,-r. - rtir' : I-W.WF-Be;- j,-jc "JV." ...T .A t-T. W " . , ".S'V -V" Hr '.j i A . Mr )& NEWSHERALD. -$?rd -a ESTABLISHED 1887. Z"t HILXiSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887. - . . t "4 w VOL. tol-fO. 23 & $ir& KwWrtFiwrvv'fWy3.V4WTn: T W. M Cf'JTf n:" ' i? .. -. ft - " v . V Lbs"" !!- M PJ? " 'r " - ::, , , .; & , w j. 2 H u kh I & SSK" rr" ri' 5 P"fi. ? . ., M a.r" ,v IhSXH",' -. -. PH7Lapw X " 4SSA- JOHN ' SHERMAN. Able Pi'i'switMion'of Lhiiit: sues of ihe Day. IH- GOVERNOR FORAKER INDORSED AND PLBLIC QUESTIONS DISCUSSED. State and National Poll t lei and tha Principal Dlff.r.ntej BiIwhb the Parties Pr.tant.il 11 lion. John Sh.r- mati In i SpeeSh at Wilmington, O., , ..September is. ' WftiwaTos.'ftO.,ot,'U.-Ha. JToW Bherhvm delivered hie first Speech" ratha campaign of 1887 'to-day before a Urge crowd of people and th mombar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 September 1887

Li,l Of ; v ?, &v. .-i fe It &v f I& W Jf& fr 2ft ? .. W.rvff- . f .Wtf- The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY RYTHB News-Herald Publishing Company. . W. lARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, II.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ItA.TKS IPOR AJDVE3RTI8INO Mid Known en Application. SEPTEMBER 22, 1887. Repnbltcatt State Ticket. Ooreraor J. B. Foraker Lleutenant-aovernor W. 0. Lyon Bopreme Judge (Long Term) . . . . Wm. T. 8pear Bapreme Judge (Short Term). . .F. J. DIckman 8Ute Auditor E. W. Poe State Treuurer J. 0. Brown Attorney General D. K. Watson Member Board Pnblio Worki. .0. A. FUcklnger Repabllcaa County Ticket Representative T. M. Watts Probate Judge Leroy Kelly Proeeoatiog Attorney. George Garrett Bherlff H. O. Dawaon Trtaiurer E. O. Hetberlngton Beoorder Bamnel Pattan Commissioner S. A. Douglass xnnrmary director iticnard urosen Burveyor Nathaniel Masale Coroner B. A. Brown Repabllcan Senatorial Convention. The Republicans of Highland county will meet at their respect...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 September 1887

iS' lAhW r:i'A i W.S i '- 't riAaKii r i 1 ; - i . 1-r J H it '. i-i mm af.'-eO mtuummmatttk yv 1J L i' News-Herald. -rtv.,t.L Jt (yLP ! ii :?dJ t"Ja JK,SV-j . IJMf ft', e THTJMPAT, gCTMBEK ,ll7. : 7MB MtaHT.MAVIBIIMB. TfesWiewniderMleadkthefarmost " Where the never-present xenon 'Xm ever of homos a right goodly host, 1 Beeh built bye Wish of weh. ' 'III tlit wonderful lend of th mfghehave- been i " " JusdtuwatstM try kmgtiias dear: -' 'And the prcsent'h past ia all Hi seencs, And the future it always hen. ' There ImagtaeMon may reign as, god, Bat each dweller ineloaed is king And ruler of pert of the dream-like sod The rich Mil of Anything. 'Tli pared with desires all rich end rare; With hope well hssur'd at birth j Sack aolliate lair la blissful and fair, like nothing on Mother Earth. And there eometh a long never-ending stream , Of visitors,-wild end weird I From the child with infantllesunshlne beam, , To the man with the hoar-frost beard. And they wait but awhile to select thet...

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. — 22 September 1887

2 4$i sW AT LOWTIDI. A Bands on the beach an brown and beta, The ran has set, and the tide li ont; There are no boats In the inlet, where A while ago skimmed a score about Oat there, where the earring channel gleams And glows like a burnished sctmetar, The tea mew follows the sea and screams At the waves that bear his prey afar. full-orbed and fulgent the harvest moon Looks down on meadows the scythe has shorn; Bo tender the night one grieves so soon Its dreams must fade In the wakeful morn. Finer each moment and fainter grows The silver line that the channel makes And tbe sloping bowl of the basin shows An empty bed where no billow breaks. There are gleams of sapphire in the sky, With tints of topaz and hyanclnths; And through gates of pearl ajar, the eye Gees arches pillared on jeweled plinths And streets of gold in a city fair Of wonderful beauty, such as he Who dwelt upon Patmos witnessed where The world be iewed had nor shore nor sea. - - Jf!rthaunA A PSYCHOLOGIC STUDY. The Dre...

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. — 22 September 1887

mzxiivrTi .Vj.11 ffrF HiK"s WWiV- r iS.int' 'V.I .'VH if" -. V." " f'lil '.'! f j " U . f WJ .". W i W ... K o l lr ' M'4 II- i l" 14 . ? 1' ft. h ... . r Annas C '!Vi.rW tinM V t ' M'r, ' 'III '., IB 'MHIIIII 'P The NcwfcHfcrald; B3LLBKOKO, OHIO. TMTJMDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887.' A SHORT ESSAY. cAbi. tatwb. ' What dewy, honeyed, nect'rous sips thrill on the palpitating lips of rosy, blushing beauty; to press those ardent gates of flame to kiss them, sorely, is no shams nay, rather, 'tis one's duty. What do averted looks express a tlmtd, rosy consciousness, that tremor quick and thrilling f What else than fie. yon halting knave, the sweets are here which yon may have these lips an erer Willing. Seek not to plead for a caress; heed not re fusal's emptiness ; pause not at hesitation. It is a maiden's wily ruse so she en hance what she refuse consent lies in negation. Seek never by a persuading speech, but take the bliss within your reach, and have your satisfaction. Consent in pruderies ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 September 1887

r.J rtn l vl S-Vil Si I I II ft u Bi . ' 'ii CIGARS. m !' OX THXIB afAHUFACTTJKE iM'snonAUT known. -y v . triad Keenly Brown In North- igeasaC Farmers Bay It Ii the Hard- I M All Crop ta Rata Threa Branches I Trad and the Hands Employed. are universally smoked in this ', and beyond the fact that they fauide of tobacco, little attention is to the kind of tobacco or the inter- processes of their manufacture. It of the idosyncrasies, too, of human that erery person who smokes i himself a Judge of the tobacco he :ing. Whether he is or not, this will demonstrate, as clears will Vscrlbed from the time the leaf comes from the ground till the cigar reaches eoasumer. 'Oaatrary to general belief, domes i;'- jeaagaro are made of tobacco en- grown north of Mason and ' line. Cigar tobacco, as It is differs from its brother Southern hogshead tobacco in that it does not n as much nicotine and if. a lighter thinner leaf. This is technically seed leaf, or Havana seed leaf, if V'if'iW'aeed from which...

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. — 22 September 1887

-;X,V,4 -' V v . , v-- v ifr r.UVJ f aS"' 4,- d4 . ,7 'V - "V-V O i 4" F j . . .fi t ros I J- 4- w k j. it ft I :F '- The Newfc-Herald. Olios i loggard BtuUiag, W, Hala St SEPTEMBER 22. 1887. We pay TTfcMtt 70 ceats fer food mllltar J. M. BOYD ft CO. Don't fall to see the little Giant Stove Cartridge, for aale by T. H. Langley. Exclusive right of Highland county. Miss Nellie Welmer is visiting rela tives near Xenla. Fob Sale A large lot of locust posts. Enquire at this office. I will pay 70 cents for good wheat at Model City Mills. Jambs T. McOtrnue. Miss Kate Jordan, of Ironton, Ohio, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Smith. m Hon. Mills Gardner, of Washington 0. H., was a visitor to this city last Friday. "What are the .wild waves saying?" Buy your winter footwear of T. A. Walker UO. Rev. John Pearson and family remov ed to Springfield, their new home, last Saturday. Mr. Dick Brown left for Cincinnati this week to attend lectures at the Ohio Medical College. Mr. Ji H. Shade and w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 September 1887

Ev .v'Jr ' wwr-.w ;'vT sni. Nifw.MMvr-h MKv cv.t-'-, . ?'. ,- r-m-.---i' PMlfirfrW!l''( "llll:lil !' :,yJg ', V. n- ft .. tt " I lit. ftWj-t ING tr'v i em tmmmMJkmrTAcrrvKK ' WDIXBAXXT KNOWN. i CM Xfeetfy Brown In North- am Bay It to the Hard- Hat AH Craps te Balsa Threa Branches Trade and the Hands Employed. . universally imoked in this ad beyond the fact that they of tobacco, little attention is to the kind of tobacco or the inter processes of their manufacture. It of theidosyncrasies, too, of human t that erery person who smokes aimteii a juage 01 me iodscco ne Jng. Whether he is or not, this will demonstrate, as cigars will from the time the leaf comes the ground till the cigar reaches aaaaumer. to general belief, domes- efgars are made of tobacco en- V grown north of Mason and V line. Cigar tobacco, as it is ' differs from its brother Southern hogshead tobacco in that it does not HUB as much nicotine and id a lighter "; thinner leaf. This is technically seed leaf, or Havana see...

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. — 29 September 1887

S tplfIflVfff!f "W fltA 3 A 9?f" ' -. 1 1 2?'M 4 s ' -HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. HgXSBOROHIGHLANT) COO., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1887. VOL. 51 NO. 24 "- --Bsmsmmmm mm??vmM-i r: Lu!txjmHs- k f W" "V h-vm THE NEWS 1 . Jig) mL -v. iilTemWjifi'?'-' p- . i ." a B F? t - -..- k f -h - K u If i?. nfc.- F," L& a m -3 8 M i-l I 3s i -ftVP. Ep-rf&Ktft , syr CRIMINAL MODES Fraud and Forgery Resorted To in Powell's Interests. FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS, PUR PORTING TO BSQOV. FORA KER'8 TAX ME8SAOC, fused and Clrewlated By the Dessoeratle OmulttHud Printed In Deaaearatle KewtpajMn-rfMaalaai , Methe4s Jfitak Should Bnd tha Powell, Cempalga Bo. One of ihe most glaring and crim-. In.il frauds over" perpetrated in Ohio' has Just boon committed under the' direc tion ot tho 'Democratic' state executive committee, and has the approval of the Democratic candidate for governor, T. B. Powell, who Is in dally conference with tho committee The Democratic newspapers of tho state have been a party" to the cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1887

,) Tin . c' V- ,' ?.r r . . ' .31' IV 'S t.- v i? iif 5 -rr s tf' 14. 24 I ; t I. I Jy I?F fee Ife WS I 1 fj i su The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERN THURSDAY BY THR Neva-Herald Publishing Company. C. W. BaRREnE. BEsEE BftRRERE. SUISCRimON, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES IPOIl ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application, SEPTEMBER 29, 1887. Republican State Ticket. Governor .J. B. Foreker Lieutenant Governor.. . ..W. C. Lyon Supreme Judge (Long Term).... Win. T. Spear Bapreme Judge (Short Term). . .F. J. Dlokman Stat Auditor , E. W. Foe Stat Treasurer J. 0. Brown Attorney General "D. K. Watson ember Board Pnblio Works. .0. A. Fllcklnger SUte Senator D.M. Massle Republican County Ticket. Bepreaentative T. M. Watts Probate Judge Leroy Kelly Prosecuting Attorney. George Garrett 8herlff H. 0. Dawson Treasurer E. O. Hetherington Beeorder Samuel Fatten Commissioner... s. A. Douglass Infirmary Olreetor Richard Crosen Surveyor Nathaniel Massle Coroner R. A. Brown The way to make a lively campaign is ...

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. — 29 September 1887

rn saiaH, ' TOiaiaH 91 ? ? .i 't ' ftj 1! .-!?1 , ,. u. . ,- i- . 4?i fj- - J r V- r-ijp ,-; -i & 1 J. i.Vl ,$ W' ;. 4, a.-! iNW V tti L mf - "- ! R i ! 1 "!' The NewtfH&rald. Olesi levari Building, W. Mais 8t. 'SEPTEMBER SO, 1887. We pay wheat. 70 coats, fair tee allllag J. H.BOYD CO. Don't fall to see the little Giant Stove Cartridge, for sale by T. H.vLaagley. Exclaslvo right of Highland county. , Try Langdfn's City Batter Crackers. Miss Cora Hoytissick with malarial fever. Fine large mackerel Jnst arrived at John Matthews. Fob Sai.k A large lot of locust posts. Enquire at this office. Mrs. .N. A. Fulton, of Xenla, 0., is visiting friends in this city. . m Miss Helen Cooper, of Columbus, is the guest of HiUsboro relatives. I will pay 70 cents for good wheat at Model City Mills. James T. McGuiek. Mr. and Mrs. William Kevin removed to Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, last Satur day Mrs. W. P. Conner, of Kansas City, Mo., is a guest at the residence of Gov ernor A. Hart. m Miss Fan...

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. — 29 September 1887

sen. " ' Tj. STJlja1- tU'.u ,'VV ' I i ft I lt& . IF ! W R T Ve E t.1 fas- E-'- ii y NEWS OF THE WEEK. WEDNESDAY. Atlanta, Ga., is to have another ipcal option election November 26th. The Government is giving attention to the purchase and preservation of the ancient mounds, earthworks and forti fications fonnd on this continent. A suit has been filed to compel the admission oi colored childien into the white schools of Ripley. The cokers of the Connellsrille district are all at work again. Oaa of considerable pressure was struck while boring for Mater at the Falrmonnt Woolen Mills, Cincinnati. THURSDAY. Morrison, the Illinois free-trader, will again be a candidate for Congress when the time comes. B. F. Jones, Chairman of the National Republican Committee, says the com' mittee will not be called together before January. He regards Philadelphia as a good place to hold the convention. Cin cinnati, Chicago and St. Louis are work ing for it. Hon. E. B. Washburne, formerly U 8. Minis...

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