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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1887

.,;. .-.wer. '. -if,v 'JT '.t ."CK" f vW V ."T . -tv . ,,.' . i &.! A 2 - "V -Ti.-r - V-' -wfe-: r -v -y'fi ' ''?! v." 5 ';..":- flf HERALD. .s Tl B3TIJSHBD1887. HIIiliSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 6, 1887. VOL. 51 NO. O m .m Iff ' i ' j. 'I I .,,. THE NEWS IS Li 4 ? JV4 ''- I THE ISSUES. The Questions Before the Voter of Ohio. 8HALL THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF BE ABOLISHED AND FRMJD AND FORQERY INDORSED! The rotltlon of The Campaign lag Attention. tlio Republican Party. Which I Wow Engag The campaign of 1887 is now fairly opened, and the people once more havt their attention directed to politics. The situation- la this comity Is well under stood by intelligent citizen and we fail to seo any reason for advancing argu ments on the county situation. The foci is that there is no possible excuse for citi zens of this county voting any ticket ex cept tho regular Republican ticket, and we hope this fact is generally appreci ated. Leaving the local sttuatlon out of the question...

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. — 6 October 1887

P,fPfH 5f T'TtiSKifa vPif WlL H fltf." -" r-m S?wa-.wa t' Tft V rty !, e .v The News-Herald. .T5" 'TSrm- WORKING P.MS. RATES OF TAXATION ?r2 ari. & PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nr THE News-Herald Publishing Company. .s y. JLr m The Democratic) Idea of Oivil Service Reform. rsMrTgJIMiMM '"w MM. , , ...t,. ,:, . ,, , ... ..,. -,,-. ,- ...,,.,...,... . r:, I """ " ' - "z -o-f j :-xi. -v-e?s s. 'vviwrm ..-? -. 'tv ..' vrv . -a . . -- v".. 1" FDR 1887 1 JlBaBKiK aaexav Z. . fe i ! Cf v IH - w f It vt fc7 . rr 1$ Si' eW? If Fr B& Bf My &' y Tfri JI L-U Y yr Ffif T ,V.JiW BEBEE BARRERE. UMCRIPTION, SI.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RA.TE2S &0& AIVSlRTISINa- Mad Known on Application, OCTOBER 6, 1887. Republican State Ticket. Governor J. B. Fcraker Lieutenant Governor W. O. Lyon BupremeJodt;e (Long Term).... Wm. T. Spear Supreme Judge (Short Term). . .F. J. Dlcktnan State Aa4ltor E. W. Poe BUts Treanirer J. O. Brown Attorney General D. K. Watson Member Board Pobllo Work. .0. A. Fliokl...

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. — 6 October 1887

. . fir ' H l-ivi. .I' N j I m j. is 'W' V I. 1 i ,tf. I Wi s 1$ 9 vtft fa t7- 1 f . 1 4 &' m .H' A . M 1 Wff" bkarb.. 'i1 h mii "- i mmh '" MM5t m '. . jv t n'y' W. 5BEB 6,'ll7.'' ' r- , ON TMI CHAHKIU .' k DMtm wi&waveialtesa -' ' It to it ettlgMfol . ", i " '' " , ,vj Bet frightful., ThsWeneetheVeeieUycm.: , . jWillpaleyoujt If you 'seeps Uits'commotton, F r "' .itfoeeaU. " ' Plump matron aty groining ' ' n And moaning, With every new pitching ' ' " An4 twitching. Fair maiden whoever -, f, Endeavor OnlandtobiiJgliUy ' .And sprightly. Cut naught ft their graces . , v Of faces, Or who may be laughing. " "' . Orchamn. Ulldii.tobawBaif,,vv:-'-.v , ;'" J'AiJdaaoanlM W" t ,''Froal children onterying Ta dying I" Behold each spare pease in A basin f: Thereat I am certain '" -- ru.curtalnt , Ibtm 3Vptet. nr uqhteb vinr, ' nan wn was amova?. "Miss Bullion I vastly lmprored by her European torn, don't you think, Jones T" :"I hadn't noticed any particular improve ment, Robinson.!,' "...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1887

MrKv-v;? Kf v- I'Vtft'jw.ji.i -w vt w,w , r.VTJ uv r-MS'u1 -yasMfrw rnr tt ' ?J(G?5 ,?H kf v? ?. rivKn: v?ww?k srorv mjv ; iy'' hn- ", ' jv'YK- ' ' t, V p fy, - J? t? . W 5 A m .7 -v, t ijfe VTS- fcV E &.' &l "3.. 4W. . 6?. - f THE T0RT1LITA MINES, How the Property Impress es a Hartford Man. A fkrtwt Yaakee Heads aa Expert Laak Orartae rreBtrtT The Et Mt'e Oftalta and Advice,' The Tortilita Gold and Silver Mining Company's Arizona mining properties, which were quite fully described in the Exening Pott on the 17th inst., have at tracted wide attention, opening up, as they do, Rome wonderful experiences in mining precious ores, and a most re markable opportunity for safe and profitable investment. Our readers will ba interested in a perusal of the follow ing extract from a private letter received In this city yesterday, which bears directly upon this subject, and fully substantiates the favorable impression Already created and confirmed by the Statements of the Post and other ...

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. — 6 October 1887

7 ; i-r'Tt V;-'. i C'Wt f.v; VdLs-.w ?v fe Jf ?S &' tf W'vt "i - HW- i, . 1 A V 17.1 t Vi j li 11 V - fc4 Ik & V i. 31, "" .S"' in f y rfo'H't: f - . ,-r The News-Herald. XtXSKORO, ORIO. THTJIsSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1897. A SEASONABLE WAIL. EWHIIiXKINSI Marier, ain't I glad September's come, An' them hungry summer boarders hev' skedaddled off to hum; Fur It ain't no use of talkln', they cud eat a mighty sight, As the biggest thing about 'em wux their cravin' appetite. They her picked the apple orchard, an' the chickens could n't scratch, Or dlsklver any ber ries when the board ers left the patch, the peaches land o' Goshen! were de voured afore they're ripe; An' it never seemed to phase 'em with a collo or a gripe; An' the veg'tables they swallyed wuz enough to kill a hoes, O I they wm the nlghest porky thet I ever kum across, An' compared with all the eatin' an' the other things they took, O I there wuzn't much proportion with their slender pocket book I They hev' asked me kum an...

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. — 6 October 1887

!S SPF "TiWW; :?.. rwswwaKvwy 8 :4r r-v .v. A." i , ' . w r&v . ':. . s' til: &fv T wv. K I h. nf IM' i&v RURAL J0T8. ktt wiaier we were "mad as hops" ffifka Cousin Joe came Into town, 3ftd talked about his stock and crops. AA tilava! Ihai MriuntfiA I'miimI nlnwn M We felt ashamed of him his dress, glUs speech, his hands, his awkward feet; IT groaned to bear him, "Wal, IgnessI" I'And shuddered when we saw him eat. wHafct 4lt tUm 4tffVwi.A . 1..n . Kf$sWe close the house, leave town in style, f Ana go to see "dear Cousin Joe," Ep And lire upon the fnrm a while. ' Thmw "canm" now furnish n. with rronm p$$i With which new "tatere" go quite well; K&'e also have Jqe's double team re jr$J, And drive about tremendous swell. Kej'We don't so much mind sitting down I5$i,ind eating with our couiln here; Hfit-'A. uuMAhnw tAa ha, Blind .. 1n...n J? As formerly It's vcrv oncer I lfvHis country ways no more annoy, lift' Xordowethlnk liimn(Hirrnp? jilift??'' Company we quite enjoy a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1887

ff'JM WS? 'S5 fW lPP e-v -ft.". ' . t .ifi. .l ft 1C n ri ii -.JJUWMPMAIJ .'i.HIM ."& f.i P k l - -V T V I J 1 The News-Herald. Old I Xoggard Building, W. Main St OCTOBER 6, 1887. W Bar 70 cents for good mil I tag wheat' J. M. BOYD CO. Don't fail to see the little Giant Store Cartridge, for sale by T. H. Langley. Exclusive right of Highland county. For a genuine hand made boot go to the'Beo Hive. 00 and Bee Emma Cox & Sister's nice new line of millinery, notions, etc. 1 will pay 70 cents for good wheat at Model City Mills. James T. McGuire. Harry Chaney is visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank H. Jones, of Indianapolis, Indiana. The latest and most elegant styles are to be found at Emma Cox & Sister's millinery store. Mr. Aurdy Holmes left last Monday morning to attend the Ohio Dental Col lego, Cincinnati. Miss Anna Cline, of New Vienna, was a guest of Misses Sarah and Mary Scott during the past week. Boy No. 2 arrived at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Newton Ambrose last Run d...

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. — 6 October 1887

T 'n " .r. &. JvW.' ' . . . T'tT ' "" . 1 . kf r .-l. .V.jr ? B ili. I8"' -Ti".. L n ' 'ini-M-i til M !-V li,- M F L& : ETr.f & 'jot. pt" 5.3H5- 'V ',W" ".-. "-ftp JW. V if 5 , , r NEWS OF THE WEEK. WSDfESDAV. About fifteen thousand signatures have been attached to the petition for clemency for the condemned Anarchists. The State Executive Committee has arranged thirty-sir speeches for Govern or Foraker between October 1st and November 5th. The first of the yacht races for the America's cup was sailed yesterday, and was won by the Volunteer, which beat the Scotch Thistle nineteen minuter and twenty-three seconds. TitunsnAY. Olivet Ames was re-nominated forGov emorby the Massachusetts Republican yesterday. The Court of Common Please of Haiti more has stricken off 105 fraudulent Barnes from the registration lists, and still the work of review is in pro gress. Under the Administration plan of buy tag bonds, about $28,000,000 has been released from the Treasury. It will taki...

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. — 13 October 1887

uWW'T'- Vr. JT THE NEWS-HERALD. M ' (Rri , 3S t i ESTABLISHED 1887. m HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. VOTY fil WO 9ft S U ( ;., JftfwvT- s3. Hr i, y ' J0 ft 'A- n: - k'." iK SCL 23 m r wt, i ' it "Sr " C - V STATE AFFAIRS. Governor Forakpr's Unanswer able Statements. MR. POWELL'8 FLIMSY TALES TORN INTO TATTERED 8HRED3. Clear nt CoaeUe Review of ike FInan- The following extract fromGovernof 'Ft IHiMW fft&WHttil " IToraker's Mlddletown speech merits care- im perusal, it is an unansweraoie reiu tatlon of Democratic falsehoods: "Mr. Powell next arraigned my ad ministration for being the most extrava gant, I believe his language is, 'the most recklessly extravagant in the history of the state. And then ho proceeds to array a long row of figures, by which he makes It appear that the appropriations under Governor Hoadly'a administration amounted to 9100,000 more than under my administration. Then he goes on to say that certain of their appropriations were unusu...

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. — 13 October 1887

ir H Sir;..- '&' $I ry '?!. H"'"tV ." V if' ' !.- i The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT xna Vtwa-Herald Publishing Company, I. vr. aimere. BEBEE BARRERE. HMCRimON, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES BXR ADVERTISING Mad Known en Application. OCTOBER 18, 1887. Repnbllcan State Ticket. Qovernor J. B. Foraker Llu tenant- Governor W. O. Lyon aaprem Judge (Long Term). . . .Win, T. Spear tnriM Judge (Short Term). . .P. J. Dickman a tato Auditor E. W. Foe Stat Treasurer J. C. Brown Attorney General D. K.Watson ember Board Pobllo Worki. .0. A. Flickinger W y State Senator D.M. Hassle k Kepnblicaa County Ticket. W' sWpreaentatlve T. M. Watte ft. Probate Judge LeroyKelly Prosecuting Attorney. George Garrett :ff Sheriff H.O. Dawson v Trtaanrer E. O. Hetherington Beeorder Samuel Patton 'i Oommieeioner 8. A. Douglass if Infirmary Director BIchard Croaen f Surveyor Nathaniel Massie It Coroner B. A. Brown Watch the boodlers. Rumor has it they are out in force. Spot them now and see that th...

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. — 13 October 1887

fT35KV5Wf.rt .4vm wwrm '?? SV FtV. ' - t t'-rH v?rs" fc-.. 'U " rt ,v.r i r -2-! I V.. r f t . - n?Sp W " r -v w Y -1 , ': c o The News-Heral'dr IIItXflRORO, OHIO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1887. AMHWKR8 TO CORRESPONDENTS. Solid Cbnnkt of Information for the Bene ftt of Inquiring Minds. , J . . Br. MAafs, PAi Dtar mr Is It Rood form to pat the word "addressed" on the back of a note, and why is it done T Backwoods. The word "addressed" is placed on enve lopes by cheerful Imbeciles who are afraid that If they neglected it the recipient might imagine the note had not been addressed at all. You might vary the fashion by putting on, instead, "Letter go, Gallagher I" or some other equally exhilarating inscription, if you wish. SraworiiLD, III Dear Sin Will a voice be Injured by blow ing a cornet, clarionet or other wind Instru ment? P. O. H. The voice 14 not more liable to injury than any other personal chattel nf a cornet tor turer. When an Infuriated populace starts on a hunt for the misera...

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. — 13 October 1887

IjPfiPliPpPlpP; "! '!& . Wt&SSif "ij - v 'i S 'ri K. l BfiH rj r V- : f l , a V, !i- J ' $' Vi .. :3 T V'.c imr. t .- ACTORS' WHIMS. BOMB PECULIAR SUPERSTITIONS AMONQ THE THEATRES. '. MMbm of the Play-house Fraternity Who Osage Each Action by the Rule or back Afraid ef Canaries and Pigeons A Wagon Load of Empty Barrels. Betides its other pecullarities.the theat rical profeuion Is saturated with super-' stltloa. For a class whose chances at mental advancement are so great actors and actresses have more queer notions to lite square inch than any other set of civilized people in the world. An Irish grandmother or a Teutonic Walpurgls sight believer is not a marker to a player whose mind runs on omens. Every bus! ess undertaking has its results de termined In his eyes by some unseen in fluence. The Hibernian dame is content to apply her superstitions to things spir itual. If she walks zigzag through a field she firmly believes the devil cannot catch her, or should she for the fi...

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. — 13 October 1887

"- ,'' ,'i" ' "'"-ft "'' x -f h N ; i. I .,V ) f v I V1 ANTI-BRIBERY MEETING, Plan of Organization Reported. Names of Township Committees Tho Imw Against Bribery In Elections. Pursuant to notice meeting was held at the Court House last Saturday after noon to hear the report of tho committee heretofore appointed on the subject of bribery at our elections, Judgo Jas. H. Thompson, chairman of the previous meeting, presiding, S. F. Lowman, Sec retary. Mr. J. L. Boardman, Chairman of committee to report a. plan of organiza tion, snbmlttcd tho following report : BEroBT OF COMMITTEE. Your committee appointed at the meeting bald at the Court Houm in Hllliboro. Septem ber 8, 1887, to draft a plan of organization for the suppression of bribery in our const? elec tions, hits bad the tubjeoi under eoniideration and respectfully nbmlt tba following EIPOBTI Your committee reoommeud the appointment nf an Anti-Bribery Vigilance Committee in eacb township and voting precinct in the oounty, coneiitln...

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. — 13 October 1887

'ij-w - r'' . V-vtU vrivU-F . rrr "H 1. J?1? '"-iJ?V ' -'yv ' .it - . . V t I tJI iT.-,,iTT u. i imim fiibii I Wl l IW'HWI "prwarr-TTTS-'-SH-i , . A . .. . . ' r- V an li imUmt&nmwBBBMrMWWTTr j v' -aj " , rw,rv.-i:n-N, .,!Ki' "' sttA &&., jw-y vi aw:, sja t-?.vV"tcix?v1,.- WKJir - T . ' il i. ' " i :V 1 f r -1 la-'.ir .. " .J 'tJ r. ' "f-(F ' 3 W i.- Uu " Wn.rM 1 lli'-iUiV U r ;.", '. .IFI Ful K V i ik & FOLLOWING THE FAIR. FAKIRS WHO LIVE ON TUB CREDU LITY OP THE PEOPLE. Cane and Lemonade Men Who Make Small Fortunes from the Rustics Who Come to See the Races Their Varied Attractions Mystery of Their IlablU of LlTlng. ICopyrlgXUi, 1887. A day or two before tho opening of the agricultural exhibition, the nomads, who "follow the fairs," begin to arrive. From every train descend men with almost every possible variety of bag gage, but all Intent upon tho one object of making financial bay while the sun shines. Their bayfields are the amuse ment seekers who come to wonder...

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. — 13 October 1887

y-" w wrs-v " v' ";,-,;- ,- r!, - ,' tV jTt-,, ,.',. - ,- j !', yi '" . ''.- ', jT;.r "t "..rT , - j- YWu&t i H. m Br I . c r-v. te iW The News-Herald. Ofloai Hoggard Bnildiag, W. Mala St. OCTOBER 18, 1887. PATTEKN FREE. ORiwrOtoiuSfJrit omtwt ci an ranily MSfsslaoi, wt ors oaabM to nako en of oar Mr neoon a pretest or Pattern of thU IuIkm Jaeket. Tbtt Pattern wlU M wortl tee, M K UI be ao CMiiaM wttt s i iHwtrotkm n? ton description, ths as Uiooo wU M paPemfcoasei, WtiksU prills Pattern Order, which. It mtte w. Jenles Dm- OMSt, U paoHsktt Of tkOWOrM-fteOWSOll prosA Meataly. will eattt tee holder to eae of thtM huoloat nttttni SOOrtUMMIMBlTHMCt. TIU1II otftr, aa wo hope on iwinn wwwmi iwjsi tho oMMjnuniu' wui urnioHi . . 4MtfcM Wttol. ft tii. Pmt It wlU ho prate? to oar tews ot I rev toe nwn vnw. NOVEMBER lO. Wo pay wheat. 70 cents for good milling1 J. M. BOTD 00. Court commences next Monday. D. Q. Morrow ia in Chicago this week. Fob Sale A large lot of locust posts. Enquire at ...

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. — 13 October 1887

&' "MKTjiWVW km a.Wr? IXt XM m VM"U f h.' IV 3 t b t.5 wait . "Ui W&FvwMWw &&& m fefwr5 r & NEWS OF THE WEEK. . ips. wcdhfsimy. rho counsel for tlio Chicago Anarolusts ct to get tlm Wso before llm U. P. etna Conrt next week. Hbo American Board ot Commission- (or Foreign Missions, began their sml session kit night ot PprlngilpUl, s: Tt... Knights of Labor ot Maryland rJ making an organized fight against e Democratic candidate for Governor. THURSDAY. ; Lancaster's (O.) second gas well is a jreat success. Cholera is playing havoc among the -hem nf Cimnaiim conntv. F '- KW. Benton Crisp resigned the Presi- H OMCy 01 me iscmucrauu viiy vuiivch- ivrftiiua n Ralltmnrn MH . nn nrcnnnt nf the corrupt methods employed by those rawaiging the party affairs. ;V'''' James . McKeever, Democratic can ididatofor Representative in Clermont ; coantv. has withdrawn at the realist of 'pthe Executive Committee, and Col. Win. Howard was selected to till the vacancy MSB ko ttnlpAi i...

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. — 20 October 1887

f " m.;i OSf'S & f i tfSS 3 vA"4-: .fcltf TXJlfl, tl3l :!'-: HILLSBORO,,HIGHLAND CO., O. THURsfoAY, OCTOBER 20, 1887. k 8TABIiMHD VOL. ftl-NO. 27 '" ? , V ab:iaaliiaati& m . OM. m t i r in m '.SSL? ; X s . f a I IS& IJ. p r- At "&VA T gk Ife; '?." T" 04 , (t 1-" ' -ft " f SfjL i . amr: -e &.- Ja.-.- - w.mPy i" " -- 1 stu in OMC VOMTKO QUtttfeNti 1Ki M. .OWtLL, THt DtWOCWATfe ""u "-CANWiATi.lv - Mi Catted ' e sfealela aw fcWw a the' tSfra l af a M The ttna ha com fee Mr. FowetL,' OsmocraMc candidate, for governor, In ekpkia to the people a few matters la hla , Word which wilt prevent1 any hoaeet aan from voting for him. - Stand np, Mr. Powell, atia answer th jfolhag ones-: Hon it "wqpeet'-tb reoel.ve "any votes .4pWojUM,yett,ti , .,i!Ai-'--ii . "Wit yeM noijat MWiiiy of the MritlfittitfKi'fflM'Mli''jtiaftiiMtot AC' tlw-Daer,t,fc4ar.a too r . " v k ju ;- v. " la It not irn;thAto lM'ba ad f(nesiwirieotBt4d la Ciaclnnatl ,&nmhulttid.of the IMaaoeratlc. ticket? i ...

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. — 20 October 1887

sw . F "S7 I 'r A ) - r v' nr r. W P Li" la M t K Ml $ 15 IX' It I" t-p S IK k tti M V.j & .. fcj-v T? ;"T-'"-V The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nr tbb News-Herald Publishing Company, 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE IMtREftn. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE, RATES FOB ADVHBTI8ING Made Known on Application. OCTOBER 20, 1887. Republican State Ticket. Oorcrnor J. B Foraker Lieutenant Oovernor .....W. C. Linn Supreme Judge (Long Term). . ..Win. T. Spear Supreme ludge (rthort Term). . .F. J. Diokman State Auditor E. W. Fof State Treasurer J. 0. Brown A ttornev General D. K. Watson Member Board Poblio Worka. .0. A. Fllckinger State Senator D.M. Massie Republican County Ticket. llepretontatlvo Jonah Brltton Probate Jndge LeroZ Ke" J Proaeeotlng Attorney. George Garrett Sheriff H O Oawaon Trt aanrer CO. Hetherlngton Recorder Samuel 1'atton Oommliiloner. S. A. DouglUK Innrmarj Director Uicnara urosen Surveyor Nathaniel Massie Coroner R. A Brown Mr. Jonah Britton is now our cnnll date...

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. — 20 October 1887

r 4 ' - r,f' IH'' Vi-.iv r 'vfYti 'M ", t . ,iv V 7t? M UA A 4 a H, & It ft hi IF F J. The .News-Herald. HtlXMIIOIIO, OHIO. THUUBDAY.OCTOBEU 80,1887. A RAILROAD FLIRTATION., f iWj i: 1 0 I "Ah, ha!" he cried, "what do I seer Yon beauteous maiden winked nt raol I will reond. Now, watch me act Wlih finished ease and graceful tact. W- AJ&&, - L .i JT" fff 3jw I i t if - I I f-O-. "Here rocs I" he shuts one or his ej es With emphasis "Ah. there my size!'' QrcatScot! what'Mhbtf She she ahem ! Turned up her nose Jerusalem I I-' c -0- "What under Heaven made me think I saw the pretty maiden n ink ? Ah, ha! I see the reason why. She had a cinder In her eye." ABSENCE OF WASPS And the Consequent Growls from a Large Section of England, Throughout the greater part of the kingdom there appears to have been this summer a very remarkable absence of wasps, and, as one consequence (the Daily New says), we suppose honey is reported to be remarkably abundant in many quarters. According to ...

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. — 20 October 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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