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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 January 1888

S"V &, "wrsr -2-1 .""1 K , V .irsr ' . '' 4i '' i .:. (&- fif it. "riT Jf.tl, 5 VV ,isrA ii JF -"jj.?-: iCl? "f . m:: . fc ,j '..1 " ' 1 w tt'wwe j' if- j" r- -i eT ., NtiWg-HERAIiD, HILLSBORO, O.THlRSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1888, . I!- Ws'R .- -. W!? . M R& FrJ. r,?: -- . i ?-w;-t;"" i mr Nfef ' iv:i;f f,,7?4." Jf' rw ,,-ft 4-n ifr . ( 'A .V- I '' ) ft'- .tttf :- ' -.-- rn c J V. X" ff ,$. N ISn.'K- i &?: j -jrfr fe 3LSJ& i .vas. u .-? mis w CHAS. CONARD UAB OPIMHn A SHOP IlTHM OLD GLASCOCK BtriliDINGr, Over the Farmer's Hardware Co.,' and Id prepare! to da nil kinds itt '' Slate, Tin:and Iron Rooting Abe AU Kinds ef Urn Work. Repairing a Specialty;! Don't Forget the Plaoe.r? The News-Hei. Offloei' HoggtrdBnlldlngrW. Mtln, JANUARY 19, 1888 SWe nt W ceats for od fceftter nhu or Ecntlra Wheat u4 88'eet4 fcr Falti. J. M. BOYD A CO. I . . w Buy yetur groceries of Eriverard & Kayi m , ; OraamBalm fori chapped hands' a , Garrett'a. ' 'Spargur A Co. have moved into ttieir...

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. — 19 January 1888

M WVZ&x'-YZt.X. '- V.L mBww&&ram -.-..;. '-. :'-A-v.-.jaff..'.:'...-J.v.- " , 1 SSC llv l-.- "S m -3f 41 14" raa ESS, !$&' CW o.-a i-afit f-kM' ,?-nt; &. UE .-il,inK... . i. ...-., t- . 'r MM NdfiUNRl . Th. DoUs of Svrronnding Counties At Called from Their Ixl Fa . pen, with Occasional Oeauaeat. Williamsburg has atrack a big gas vela, Batavla la agitating the digging of a gM well. Fayette county's TreMurer is collect lug taxes at the rate of $3,000 a day. Washington O. H. will vote as to whether or not they shall have water works. The beautiful suburb of Hestoria is to be taken into the corporate limits of Ripley. Roes county fanners patronised trav eling grocerymen and now feel like kick ing themselves. Mr. James Deer hu been confirmed - by the United States Senate as postmast er at Washington 0. H. An ordinance to repeal the local op tion ordinance has passed its first read ing before the Council of New Vienna. Brown county is torn up over the sud den and myste...

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. — 19 January 1888

BSPr5v; &'WtZll&' .in j-.; u l"". -v3B1T -"...'ir'S ,- ararc -w "L-.r . L'i foc Pi. L1 ' ;..:-' -a -j- lI1W S.tVjr&,t3jri -! If'. Jv " -jrffl it; b'. 7.ji. :.. -VM TV T 1 v.. " ," V ' ? r. It '" n '.- .- J " trf - " TSBst ". ' i . i i i .11. 1 1 i , i , i .,,,-. , iTHCBSDAY: JAKUA:RYt 10; 1888. tijJiAi: '-Stt f f4 '..HILOH't ftATTLC PICLa fimtiWitii,.' ms:-,:- mk'fr r " IfiSv ,jWSSW-.V'K I SB , L& Tf' Itii i. . , sv ; ft"r .j .T.1 ' ?- Pv - '... f. 9rt U KairiteK ii' VMS to thaTSeMMef Mm ettM'-WaS MaMM(ilHir OeStt.' ' The UtttMeM olSUloli, IhTetanee. oe," lies twenty lullee' northeast of. Corinth, Miss., Tho Tennessee :fhrer, flowing north,. It oil the bast of the rrouhd over which the battle was fought; Snake creek, with It confluent, Owl creek, forau the northern, and Lick creek ths tedthern,. limit of the battle ield proper. The ground on the west U broken.,lnto high ridges and deep' valley. It was. covered for the thosl part, at ahe date of the battle, with a hea...

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. — 19 January 1888

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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. — 26 January 1888

apC? - """ " . .... ' . tJH I ;; 5f :ffi;s fsfE WS-HER AJbD. ":: : 4 If ' 'W4 ?X , , -g'v . ', , .. met. ",, '- .- . . '.-; ' ... '. . - , : , Jl.-l"wt., rimi- ire,.' I3TABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO; HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1888. VOL. 61 NO. 41 LL IM&riKTl ..- EffiBsK-l rtsssas mm vtsmtiP rri-yft-. 3?ik ha i & i tmmam l'.;5ft; - '?'Sr-P LWB iflm i..' -i.; -'f ytfvr.'- kssieavt.:. auafsavwi 7t v--. lVVflr tl '. ' ; . - ".iii'U ... A YTMIfA. FLOffiDA. U ,t.," ." fft k ..? Mf "Att-iblcflHiflfland Girl" mm vij v ; mm- 8SSK; i;iO-. $ ft.'A.. ' n . -rv u Writes an interesting and Enter '3rMJfc tetter' . fe" , tli LanTef UeMeu (tattlne, -WylN!Wa;aa eeBtlfr - Si Ki ,Jra :lWirni itit k si iamtw : l3C-jM5s.A - k ir ; VMWsjl 0.nMVW Wx 4ubld.w tf ttijjfaknd Boy," Istfpf i'tv PPOM' me writer 01 ima comrauoicauou to. .ssssuHjiijy iaSSffi? i in i m UM&jmmmmwmmm&m,imitw;iizriti WB&&Bttliii$fiYi&i&iiti&tmiYl 'mwMmtoiMm: - m. V w Mty pMOerlyiHjB'nw...

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. — 26 January 1888

.'- 5ij fff '. -V ' fctt1 At1-- $ news- ,v- .' HER ALOSCLLSBOltO, O. fi' J - ' sK", v. gyy"&lW -t, . f-r - '-'K'n -. "T'1 . ": - -Yi ;T?yT r c?' itt Jx&,(2:&rq3miHg&BXfnsqmwnEmnw MgMM'gg'SMBHHaiBaaaaaaa ' -' ''' ' ILi! """I" ' " '."mi""11 '" "J ii i i Vs--fo i -w ?.; x K Kfc i'1 . i- i& IftV. R MP I r tteo 6T.. !5fe S tosN' i . TNE COLD WAVE FV Bha (in Extdlirattiig Effect TJpen Onr Kuum City Corre spondent, Aad Me Bivalges Home of the Lore Seerels MIMm In Mis Manly fleart Slice 1884. Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 10, '88 .Dear Ntw.Herald:ll you arc having isuch cold weather in Ohio aa we are having we are sorry for you. There haa been a great demand for thermometers and some people have bought thermome ters that registered only 10 below zero hoping thereby to check the Intense cold. Well, it has been so cold that the girls haven't ventured out to see the boys, (or leap year comes out here as well as in Ohio, but judging from the number of "hearts made happy" last year ...

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. — 26 January 1888

-M r,r ":ij "w Jf- '-, f !i 5k.-: '..-i Wff'j. SKTax. itw..k - t KffiWllffi tf5UE $; it ft-- Jf 1' '-! espv IJ-iif.K " S WSf K2fc rs . -C - .. 1st' - Hr i''1 r L-- ;; M k.4. U-t r E.t fc-ac-s? ?0& rU' . 'JffiF& t &-rr R-J .1 W: .-. :- Ate KiJF iff If-H V ft s?- m .w s Iffe"?' f T- m r-v ;i-j-T.T - ' " . t ' i)L..''3M- j mm-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm4mmm,mm EA&tricrrihA .at... lt..i ui( .'i'x in. ncwsiiciaiui g Offloei Hoggatd Building, W. Main St. JANUARY 26, : 1888 - it - -. REAN; - -OR- THE MORMON'S DAUGHTER. By ALVA MLTOX XEBB. Written While Living In Utah. CopffjgUtctt ml, bji tkt A. X. Kellogg tftwt ? " H pap' Co. Alt ElqlJt Starved. , v CHAPTEtl n. CoirrninBU. . ur. rjubotte was an Elder, having received tho Anwralc priesthood in the House of En- . dowmentu at Belt Lake Citjv and at meet ings often sought with flowery and vehe ment clauses to morn dooplylmbwl the ia cied doctrines of tlthlug", polygamy, blood atonement and special revelation In their ttlhda.'i ...

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. — 26 January 1888

" "'.-WJ- !' iT f d3fi-or 3 ., ganiHiSt L "owr'TfUIHaVMC1? ' ' IBBBBBBBBBKBnBBBBBl 'TliTwJLBEiaaWBBBBBBV rwe rWHIWnfv . " ' BBBlMiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVVmaBBBlBBBl f . -J, ''" ! ..- Sij d7C -il ' ; KEWHERALD; aiLIigSOttO, O.THtrRSDJir 04 '".. . I fwfn? ,- pif 4i, ,;;Lb- V, ..vhi ' :J;;AJ .?; - - - - - I - )! M i A' I'rv' IA S-i i.V , r" fc 3 IV The News-Herald. j . PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY r TBI Newi-Herald Publishing Company, . W. BJMIRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES TOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. JANUARY 26, 1888. AGAINST THE FARMERS. The Democratic Organiza tion In Ohio Fighting Against Wool-Growem. the Every Democratic Member of the Oliio Legislature Opposes a Resolution of Simple Justice to the Wool Growers of this State. At tho beginning of the present ses sion of the Ohio Legislature Representa tive Griflin, of Lucas county, offered the following joint resolution : House Joint Resolution No. 4 "Re totted, By the General Assembly of the Sta...

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. — 26 January 1888

' Vi ! 1 - . .? i-r-f J.',-V J,. tfl 5.4 ' ipj'SV-vt-i f t.-IS -iX , ' Jw Mr" U-f ;V5 j .' f .rTyi-. KAStffiSAM f7 'f r fear i S i sr-4j P8T" ' .1 ifcfr 5 V . ift rV &"' VfUVrf "v.... fzxr" 7 id. ft JL. ST4t i iZ. rot wn m if!l -iM7J .-?, . i CttAS. CONARD HAS OPflteO A SHOP IN TIM OLD GLASCOCK BUILDING, Over tho Farmer' Hardware Co., and is prepaiV'l In do nil kinds o( Slate, Tin and Iron Rooting Alio All Kind or Tin Work. Repairing a Specialty! Don't Forget the Place. The News-Herald. 0 float Hoggard Building, W. Vain St. JANUARY 26. 1888 We pay 85 cents for good Mediter raMB or Egyptian Wheat and 88 cents for Fnlti. J. M. BOYD & CO. Miss Mary Reece is Deputy Recorder, 'rWatch for the "Bad Boy" parade next 1 The highest price paid for bntter at Euverard & Kay's grocery. m Miss Annie Holloway, of Winchester, Ky., returned home Wednesday. Ed Walker spent several days of last week with relatives in London, 'O. Silas Parker and wife spent Sunday at Winchester, the guest of...

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. — 26 January 1888

S.fvAiTi-wssjai .,..,jTt.Jy-.-v, . i . rtnfce-rt j -.-.,., v!W(S3?t'W-Sr news-herAl!) iiiits6R0, B-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmM :. l s It? iS- &a- A JUROR'S ANTIO& It Become Intitne Willi Sitting In Court !., ; Ma1 Hang Oat Bnecessrulty Against Kn fclBBOHDAw:, ltt, Jan. 2a A remark-l:i'f.'-.': '. labia Incident rlovnlnnflil rtnrlnff tha trial of i . vj-v .r ::r..:r v "ir ci.i'Tit.; Ktv , , wis tf ones poisoning case, inea oeioru ma fjgS -. .Jackson County Court last week. The BWv: :oae was called .Thursday afternoon and given to the jury Saturday at noon. At t, .about, Ave o'clock that afternoon the jury u .reported to Judge Uarket that there could be no agreement nnd asked to be 'discharged. The Judge acceded to the request. The jury stood eleven fof conviction and one for acquittal. The obdurate juryman is named J.. Jf. Crens, liatling from DoBoto Township. During h's examination thero seemed nothing of ' '.a peculiar character about the man and t 'he was. accepted as a good nvorage ju...

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. — 26 January 1888

Fjv?u ", J ! Smt&'g'V 'r " :k , , NEa-HERALD. H ilt -., r naaBBBaBBBaalBWsnsaB fls --, 1 . HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY. JANUARY 28, 1888. r .;- Aa ft t, 1 V r -f - ft "V f . U dltfZr rT-, if :wi. hSl UP?1 t " b- . Kl.i. - TtRRItLI TOftTUftC. aj PamipMae. . - Ha wm placed at tho foot of the ilree, and bound to it in a sitting post an with repel Whloh surrounded kit Abody and tho trunk of the treo. Hit left arm was bound to his side, not too i , tightly, so that It shoutd be numbed but itlll securely so that It could not be moved. When they had tied him irmly, and fixed his feat, the attend ant who had followed Shan-mln-yuen "' approached and nnoorored that which ' he carried, aifd that which Norrls now aaw to be ajrouh cago with a white bird .of large sis J insltto. die of the priests bent and assisted the man, and togethor they boun 1 the blr'.l by the chain around Its leg. So thoy left him " thai; with the "bird itt his feot; and Harris gradually ralnrnod to life to exist through th...

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. — 26 January 1888

sw,! ish fc J "' ' fa? A i it ii it ! ! E ii ? $ Si IH Wl V t- i m & mW POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powderjnover varies. A marvel of pari ty, strength aud wholesomeness. More eco timnical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be cold in competition with tho mnltlludo of low teat, short weight alum powders. Sold only in cans. Fowdbb Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. or pbonpnato IlOViL Hakino ELMY1LLE. January 21st, 1888. 'A groat deal ol sickness in our neigh borhood. T. O. McClure and AVm. Gall are so journing at home for the present. Hiss Mary Stnlts, daughter of F. M. Stults, who has been very low with lung fever, is recovering. Mr. Thomas Gall, Miss Libbie Wil liamson and the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Covan aro all convalescent. Rev. David Wine, of Covington, Ohio, has been holding meetings for several days at Straltcreek Valley Church. He goes to May Hill Church, Adams county, to-day. SUGAKTREE HEDGE. January 23d, 1888. E. O. Hetherington has filled his ice house with some ver...

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. — 2 February 1888

'VirsWiP' H K.V vW 71- '!i -" .- ' . " r r r py? to &A'5-r '-4v i'MUj'O V WFT'V jfi&i WiV Sj " ;;' 5La o v. ' 'tf?v r jj NEWS-HERALD. lii 1 rin-t. $ .8 'j&i n& ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1888. VOL.51-NO.42 4. .. , -?:mi&M&Mi&1' i HF v & M'"- B' r? r. v w.; r 83U- ip&. . - .rt 5V ?:. jp Y w izy Ws? M (M 7 I Wk... f jw. . as 'si v. ?C?W' m.v Xivp Kisses- . j J2 A Day la Qaetoe. When I mw upon my ticket the nam of the terminus to which I was bound, "Point vtI," I euppoaed that the station was1 named after eome Hebraic "sheep ' 4 cloeting" dealer who had immortalized himself by having a bluff on the St. Lawrence christened with his cognomen. Little did I think that it was called after the brilliant and brave Chevalier de Levis, Marshal of France, trusted friend, lieutenant and successor of Montcalm, the defender of Ticondaroga and loyal soldier of a weak and corrupt king, fighting to the last to retain fo...

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. — 2 February 1888

WBB?! siP fr POT"' news-herax, mtfsBORo, o.-iriMspA5fBBR i'j'i"J " - ."orfy : v. J : &. ivii -W ra ' 'it! WQ V r Sr K-. in I; lf r k ? u- r I A, IV. IjV hMS W AfS. -SL :r.x. j:1-- T 6v ? T BAKING POWDERS. Report of the Ohio State Food Commission. Analysis of the Chief Braids Sold In -' the State Their Strength and Value Officially As certained. The Ohio State Dairy and Food Com missioner, Gen. S. H. Hurst, has mado public (Circular No. 0) the results of the Commission's investigation of baking powder. The Commission was formed by the Legislature, with instructions to make an examination of the food sup ply of the State, and to give a report of such examination to the public. Tho examination of tho baking powders was .made' by Fxofessor H. A. Weber, State Chemist, and, relating as it does to an article of daily use in the food of almost every one, is of particular interest. The rather startling fact is brought ouft , by tho report, that tof the thirty differ ent brands of baking ...

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. — 2 February 1888

ji 41 ll-f . 7 T . ' v. ' 7 .r - ?'5 J yft ir? JB-Au? kSAgMffi awaaMMF"7-f HWKIl'X - nTTPr-3"' KiPT-r JTW j SjA r w - - -pm j ,. g??'! at M CT-M fe y&su ,-&' : . ,& ' '.'. " - !K t 1. : ; '-ii - it. 1 3 VP 'vtfr KV y?-i r "v m C-, -v fc-i iB?!-f. SfeSS lift SZ-tSKP.A . SJ?i t" &-KXViA i&W St "TAJ. &7 " S pic . 'npuifTwri-fc ii-tr- 'i a. " -r m st - wm v " "" - df 4' "' BSSud Balldlng. w Mate St ... ,-...-" rt. ggVFBRUABY ,& j A 1868 U' ', i-w uc'-?- I J HMMMMMtOM- J&T ' ...M - ....... i tit JiuKMuri:b , uAutiuibK. , jrii.YA XZLTOIT ABBS. Written Whii. Living In Utah. 0$Hirl9hUd, isrt, toM A.JK X4log;&tv!i- cnAPTEn in. ooimiroiD., I All that day, 'like a Greek slave, Trean $yromV about hor Work inv! aliened. ? She K seemed to move heavily, and her, strong f agare, as u i( were iroigntoa with somo in j tJ8jtovfurden, .seamed less erect than usual, the father seomod more aged, too. His large, hulking frame teemed sagged a little jtnore, and, eunkem i...

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. — 2 February 1888

- 7? ",V Vi !'&" ft' .,wt-;- a. sm-ft .'!.' I-", .v!s j i.tj m ?- R"v ISr :' '11- w$ W . i.B? The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY News-Herald Publishing Company, e. w. iarrere. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATKS IFOR ADVEBTI81NO Made Known on Application. FEBRUARY 2, - 1888. OBITUARY. JOHN OBEX. Again the hand of death has visited onr community and plucked our young brother, John Oren, aged 25 years. He carefully watched over his father, broth er and sister, who were in bed with that terrible disease, typhoid fever, bnt at last completely worried and exhausted he was compelled to submit to its fatal grasp. After four lingering weeks he was relieved. He leaves behind him a loving wife, having been married only threemonths, besides many friends. He . was a faithful member of the Friends Church and an earnest worker in the .Sunday School. His funeral services were conducted Friday at 10 o'clock a. m. by Rev. Joseph Wright, after which his remains were...

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. — 2 February 1888

JW , .', . M , flAJ';' il, y ' J tW i J.f "o'.tjl 't'W-fr ". -?,- J vr r-, r - . it. - f i-i .-' '!, rt i. -b.s..' j a. mrSV.VSS ? NEWS-HERALD, HILESBQRO, P.; THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1888. K" '- 5 'WM fi J?" . i'lvvT5i'Ji BV-.O"!" ' -Lfa.2.-K.1 . 2f H . ' -,4 f i X v ff - A-T Ml K-li ) PwS'v.j :' htt V. ' iff jr - ..,. '4J r-c V ,-T vl 1.- jf ijJ 1 ' Y- v f V&e .fl z a?u i a I 1S," , (HBr$' I y WT Wskp v ' WWStW"' &8&&$: iiij -F.T w "ri tT.".' CHAS. CONARD MA OPKHKD A SHOP III TIM OL.D GLASCOCK BUILDING, Om the Farmer's Hardware Co.) and is '' prepared to do all kinds of Slate, tin and Iron Rooting Also All Klada of Tla-Work. Repairing a Specialty 1 Don't Forget the Place. The News-Herald. Heavy boots and shoes at the Bee Hire Shoe Store. Mr. Sullivan, of New York, is visiting his sister, Mrs. Paver. Tom Callahan spent' several days ol the past week at home. ' They most go. Heavy boots and shoes at the Bee Hive Shoe Store. OMosi lotjgua Bnilding, W. Main St FEBRUARY 2,...

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. — 2 February 1888

mwwmwssm S KEAVS-HERAT.D. HILlSBORO, O TttefeBDAY, EBTyAttY ff, 1BS8. f?v : (&' a&. vr V . - &: : T .ft.. .J. e a aaiai-k 2rH : it i m m 4 Xg THE TARIFF, ,r.rf An A.ouucai jrrenisuivn, iho s tl.l . tn..sia . il. -a r ' .. . -v , sasso (From the Toledo Blade. In a recent number of the Made, we .V ; discussed the (act that the tariff dwarfs v . SKkstli other matters at Issue in the political V& eld, and that tho battto of the ballots, fiarid for members of the Fifty-first Con &s, areas, will be fought upon that one issue. AAVo then took up the call for a national 'jwMaiil'I'oibjr x a.uiiiviiiy.1 .juilvtlalLluil, uuu ftcr mentioning that it favored pro jection and enumerated a number of $f 'other objects ostensibly supported by that party, including prohibition, vre -wont on to discuss the unwisdom of tho i, friends of protection who favor political r' ..prohibition in dividing forces in the rfSBx'fco of the coming struggle. We showed conclusively that any protectio...

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. — 2 February 1888

' J frt ?i'fit-"'' v.-w V. ;f T Fa :fr ' ' vr . J. NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBO&O, O.THURSDA: FEBRUARY 2, 1888. ,- ,- r '"' " R W'SPwo'MP'1 ; - -r. ,& .i 1 - SZv SV ! 3 's v,. r: : w .j T K IT y s K -SW " i k i .- ' V m&v VJA wt ww; COVERED VTTH ICE. The Terrible Bzperlenoe of a Sohdbner'e Crew. The TmmI Bad the Appearance of in lee bars. Every Stick and Ropfl the Cora of an' Icicle. FoBttiHD, He., Jan, 25. Three feet of lee covered the deck of the schooner Eliza V. Smith at the was towed Into port this afternoon. Every .tick, every rope was the core of an icicle, and the ship looked like an Iceberg: It soenu that soon after she started from the banks for homo a thick mist, almost a rain, set in. The sea' was, very high, and the schooner frequently shipped water, and every moment 'added td the ice on every part of the craft. All attempts to cut it away proved worse than use less, for it tired out the mon without doing any real good. Tho Jib was carried away, and then it was ioun...

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. — 2 February 1888

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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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