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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 February 1888

rm: 95 KTtKKfii .kvx'Aa, .?: " W ?Mi flTWW Wr-ssdw r s- "5jki'7 . n -j'.'i'sj JS. "JiV, ssm'' .! ,V ? 1 A. ft'vr-r t;;"'? . murrj i.a" J . 11?- V i ' W-frVr" ' - i&i i 0".v ," y j 'i?' . ;?i3 432i f :- a BBTiBLISHED 1837. i HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1888. vuu. ox xiv. o. P5 r m -; .. 5 . - .,' Herald i-1 SA ,, . 5L . - s TfTJ? NEWS m&&c-: - ffeS;-: Jagg "j 'T'l 5H, ! P " m- i'ys. ; a 8te.; iiV w-r"--' - -. V W- .M iTt ' ' " V ' TT" - . ' i ' I t ' 1? !, ,.- iRV ". ' r fefe:; -,: UlJSki? TT-. 31r"A liSB'tS.- I S. . t KVJ ry .ji "- A B' Id M HTSitJ?; ' &?? -. r w BvwS; F.- ;!&.' r fiassiss afm r:sc -j"fi . . ,-s- . -v A , K8 ss it -r,i 12 -iW.-.W sw- VTfJGL. 1 a-f'.i E?0S OUR NEIGHBORS, i -v ' " ' . , , , , . , f ITt,. T ." -..'.' ' ifiSL aa-- Th 1)hltia'of Hnrronndlnfr m ..v- . - ' rtnnMAi ' I . - . f - -" - - , K r.Ki5'.'Sivi".. i A 1 . - imm A Cauefrom Their Local Pa- . t. iters, with Occasional i ' ' Comment. " , Wert Union wanto a...

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. — 9 February 1888

Si V,i ( kS 35 fc& 2. v ' - ',2:. :t& i.l '- BJ:tL- ',". ! SCHOOL EXAMINERS' QUESTIONS. .Saesalt f the Keeling ea Satartfar, tohraarjr . KAUNAS. State the dlatinbtlon between Ety mology and Hyntax. Which of these ilo you deem of the moat value In teach Ing language, and for what reason ? What U a Benteuce? What is an Abridged Kentence? Write two abridg ed sentences. Which do you deem of the most value, parsing or the analysis of the sentence ? For what reason ? 9nt what Is the Buhjunotlve Mode Used? Write two sentences, each having a verb In this mode, used with out the sign. What is the difference between a finite verb and an infinite t What is a dependent clause? What kind of elements may such clauses be 7 Analyze the following : "He that niches from me my good name, Robs me ol that, which not enriohesblui, And makes me poor indeed." What Is your view as to the value of technical grammar as a means of train ing into the use of good English. What difficulties have you encou...

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. — 9 February 1888

?5PSSHH FrjB!-' H is 53T r " . VI" V '. . V " IV NEWS-HERAIiX), HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1888. n MP .7 ,fe ' .?,$ j-jra?fP1ir ir& (ES""" P 1 - 1 - i:JM ( MS . 3m ! Lr LSif vv '1 3 I life JK-VfiM?,'- .',1 iV-JJJMJ'- -i. :..-n iti'-c raitj' insttv a.' - " The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Building, W. Main St. FEBRUARY 9, 1888 TREAN; -OB- THE MORMON'S DAUGHTER. By AX.VA MILTON KERB. (Written White Living In Utah. m Copyrighted, 1887, ly the A. if. Kellogg Newt paper Co. All lllghte Beeerved. , .' CHAPTER IV. COtmiJUED. A pore ole woman was clragm at tho same cart, but she lot go to'ardo night an' fell out of sight No body could go back fcr 'or w'en dark corao, ' an' in the mornlu' not fur from us some tore clothes an' hair was found, an' a human skull with tho wot prints of wolf-tooth all ovor It. That mornin wo buried flvo frozo folks in ono grave, I mind, on' then went draggin' on'ard agin, but 'bout noon we could go no furder, the snow. was so deep, an' we topped' rea...

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. — 9 February 1888

.&, t&ia-' Mffi :, t-- ! It- ffl i . 1 itf L4 l?V MV m k;5 tftL. i i-22-T r. tfe -5 S?i re-"r.EH iwl'--tvw" ! :.?, i..Vt.v- Fhe Newsftterald. 'PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY r tub M$ lfew-Herald Publishing Company. ft. W. RMRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $I.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BA.TBJS BK5B ADVERTIBINO Mad Known on Application. FEBRUARY 9, 1888. STBINGTOWX. February 7th, 1888. Miss Mary Springer has been engaged to teach the summer term of school. Mert AVallaeo and -wife are visiting friends in Michigan. Milton Montgomery has moved into the house recently vacated by Wm.Mc Neal. , William' Templin and Ella Snider were married on .Thursday of last week. . Thos. Jfitzsimmons will teach the No. 7 school. John E. Templin has moved to Cyrus Barrett's farm. William Boyle, of Clear creek, was visiting Benjamin Cowgill several days last week. Mrs. Lizzie Larkin, of Samantha, and Miss Lizzie Marshall, of Spring Valley, Ohio, havo been holding a series of meetings at this place for over...

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. — 9 February 1888

T --yiVwT5Vw 1 'f .., .. -r-. -v- i ! r-"r-;, .. . v r -' 'hti, jfc 'ti.'T-r. j - . v PHti vj?nrnri' w vy v w- ti T Vt "rL "$. fT ,'f.Jr " J WA . -. il"V S2f&3&?ir& f t &2V fc ? 3S its I? i " IS- " " " -sr ! H' f - i - 1 1 t-J fteij ." a m;z k'iJJ."' 5l1V $t-r A l$eW "u lisK ifotttjr in.- The News-Herald. Offloei HoggMdBulldlaf.W.ilait. FBBRUARYtV -$ '1888 W- eej W eeaVfer roo4 Meltr- raasaaermWtaiceats VrFatst. v.' J.M.B0TD4 00. Bay year groceries of Euverard A Kay. 'Cretin Balm for chapped hands at Garrett's. . Go to Euverard A Kay's for pure ex tracted honey at IS teals periportail. Sj e . Was Mettle Foster returned to her . home to Cincinnati Tuesday morning. ; t. " j a ' iCr. George IJarrett was in Brown i uity the searijr part of this week at- -r Sending to legal business. LMlss Birdie Ayres was tendered a de lightful JMrthday party, at her residence a Beech street last Monday. tvteorrow (Friday) Probate Judge v aflaet Kelly will be sworn into office. &s nW...

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. — 9 February 1888

tr -w- .U V -' tl i tC. t news-herald, 'HiListiidiid, ' 6,-JHTO J . . - ' v . pW W'v sR' : -fr T5 ' 2?' Vn V ' 1 A ' f;r' . t m m H fl3 irv 1 1 SV w f iliu r 4 E2 !&ixr as- a. w f-ft r 'jcS f -rf lU, r ya ,.?,.. v. . -v THE POPE'S ADVICE. Go Home and Make Your Peace With England. Word Which Surprised and Dlsmnyed a rarty of Irish Pilgrims. Romk, Fob. 1. This morning tho Pope recolvcd an Irish pilgrimage numbering threo hundred at tho Vatican Loggie. Tho Pope spoko In Latin and said ho nlwnys watched vf 1th greatest caro tRo prosperity and peaco of Ireland, as proved by his encyclical address to tho Irish Bishops and by sending Perstco to them. Ha ended by saying that with modera tion and a duo respect to tho law, poaco was obttlncd with Germany, and why should not tho samo moans bo sue cosslul with Ireland! Each pilgrim in dividually rccolved a kind word and com memoratiro modal nud benediction. Tho intimation convoyed by tho l'opo in Ills speech to tho Irish pilgrims has caused...

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. — 9 February 1888

V .a -$:iJ .-, --r. s,- ". - Jr., " Wr W -: V " x V .' " V ' ' t, , - tfjr.1 S '4 1 IT V. rj.iJ'W i. NEW8-itEitALD, HILLSBOlt&; O.-THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 9, 1888. tJ .ljf.. v' . .. .""n ." PHsfS. t:i&jrm'&?'& -' i 7 w w nsus PHHHHHBHBiHHHiViHHBHHHmHHN :S V Wi t- .1 Ki c'tf a H V t "1 hr h . K. . Vvii , ,,V 'WNj ? RIkKiA 3sTfc FT vl LEO'S PRESENTS. Yrttole Worth Over $16,000,000 Reoelved, With If ore to dome. ffce Cuk Gifts Exoeed Im Thta InmuH asm, the Catted IUW Banking Bint. BaItimom, Jen. 80. The correspondent Bt the Su, In Rome, has furnished an In teretttaf description of the gifts to Pope Leo on the occasion of his jfibllee. He says the gifts hare come In so rapidly that two additions hare already been made to the building in which they are to bo ex posed.' 80 far seren thousand-cases of 1 articles hate Been handled and the end is not yet. ' Up to January 18 prosents to the 1 talae tot tea millions of dollars hare passed ' tfogV the hands of 'the Vatican In spector...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 February 1888

Ekih"; 5t wi - ; V hMlU.? .'V m. KEWS-HERAtffffiliLS kA:;Pki 8 ta i'" eVF v.- 1 t i' . re'.-iii KS . ii l&'. t$ 8& ik m m m ' Iv m o-r ri IP. flfr V w& mv wi- zsw&x - &-v. Kit ?.-' . K' V2Z&: iM jfis a jS $&.& 'v 1 V - -i POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powderJrJoTer varies. A marvel of puri ty, strength aud wholesomeness. More eoo nomioal than the ordinary kinds, and cannot bs sold In competition with the multitude of . pir test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. IIoial BaKixa i'owDEn Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. GREENFIELD. Februaty Cth, 1883. Mrs. Hugh Beatty is reported quite sick from pleurisy. Miss Julia Hill, of Independence, Mo., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.'T. T. V. Pearco. Mr. H. L. Dickey has retired from the bank, and is again engaged in the prac tice of law. Mr. Scott Gadbury, telegraph operator at South Solon, came down Saturday to remain over Sunday. Mr. J. K. Binder is attending to busi ness again after after seve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 February 1888

.V -'T; -"T1fy Sj.Zt x& -HERALD. iVrjfe Zr-vvZZ. xBJS?- . jv. .i.. - -j'is n fl8ABLISHED 1837. - . St. hujLsboro, highland county; omo, Thursday, February ie, 1888. VOL. 51-NO. 44; ISiBBlir JTBrSB-.M A -T TT"1 -w-wt mT rSSS. - MSV.'V ' . ' l "' . ., ' lP ..etSii:"r ,t , -, --- --- - v v - .-. . r . - 11 . . I k. K W"' MJ&r " ! !"-, "-I r (.' 1,,xSrrt ?W15 4 ilSP tgv , l-vl"? HC?SS- a,:1..- 5s .'?, ."i rjwriAJi ' '- s. ." &)? -r fKWSSaSift! ffsWMftagg&riwwiy-wwi CSTC? X. i s.V bV .. At BWSw ' ' 1 viSYv.' . ISA '" I 'til -' i - WI'JV frt , f ' i& I&l8rt.t "h.ii'T . 5 iiT'- u? rj. ' "Jf av.'t MS w .i ; ;v..i P-.-i.l va ii a mhAhmririm li !-.! !.,( V ww ria,;Bumaisi a --uuuiutu JV-. it a. - l .. --a -JiSiv C Nrt5?iasr ?v s.vvv ys,i I1 1"1 win- "Wfcy ,We iketuel Celebrate Then t v -v -. . . f Thkyta the-CenteaiiUl ahnlver- seftu.of tt&I beginning- of permanent 'whlts. settJewekHwlthln the borders yrf:tW;;ltV;8t-flirOtio.' ..The i ?;H' ,-f ---Kidod by the hwd 6...

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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. — 16 February 1888

BSP Wr5?Rw'l Vtn. '''ierflv,' . '.r" jp8j -h??-. lis1.' .lV ;-V j ';" r r W&':,J' ' ' . i .ji- . .j ..V'.V' : -1' j ar NEWS-HERALD, HILLS! flQeTmrnsp ;&, j. SSEE v SlV ) It" - ir ' I w t r w r fe OUR POPULAR PRESIDENT. Referring, of Course, Not to Grover, But to Hon, George West. pe,VA Brief Sketch of the Chief Officer of the Ohio and Northwestern Railroad. ,. From the Clermont Ooarler. The career of Hon. George West, of Ballston Spa, New York, the new Presi dent of the Ohio and Northwestern Bait' road, is at once highly entertaining and creditable. He. was born in Devonshire county, England, February 17, 1823, and in that country receiving a common school education. He came to this coun try with no other capital than this school ing, a stout heart and a strong mind in February, 1849, when twenty-six years of age, to engage in the business of paper manufacturing, every detail of which lie was familiar with. Locating in that magnificent country, Central New York, he found in ...

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. — 16 February 1888

.nnV ,i JCx-i'if'fATWiyt' R& S6fiSS' if r1 - ?! igw ' b f :- m kis p & :;VKfc. . r f4 7 .'.'' W'SVT -l It3S''.V --..!v itwaHHaaMMLwawaawHaaw iffSfPPMS HvSii ' vmK'..-.$--.iT : ' - . ri.Ju3Lk , aJll:' a 5: .':. ? -'7:i- lieiW;. f.rr ESEBABPHILSIiBOROrO11 The Newl-Herald;? OIobi HaggardJuilcUig, W; Main Bt f yWMWrUI,,R V '- 1888 THE MORMON'S, DAUGHTER. By'AlVraTjfrl'TOX 3DBSS. (Written WhlU Living In Utnh.l Copyriiti'td, list, bf tU A. jrj fallow Mini paptr Col All ttighlt Slttrcttl. CHAPTER v. ooimmncD. ihalb t .Brother. Young, shake I You're iw ltteu w,your servants,"' said the expect, you to look prettT oloselv. too. Par ley I" -"Yes, certainly; motl certainly I" "Have' any Of tho cMors counseled, hor to marry you I" queried the Prophet. "Well, no'; they seem sort of 'fratd of 'er. I've talked to her father, and, of course, he submits' like a lamb,-but she's as stiff as tool and silent-like. I canH figgor with 'er Jlaianoway.",- i)" "' ,JSt7M1. she'U hftTe to bend or break:...

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. — 16 February 1888

,'.!" -iSt:W i "-: a- Kk .,-? Tt 5F tf'vjwsy, V KThfhmiK :' v. .,- , SWS-HERALD, HILLSBJiii A ... -. 4 THIJRSttiiBftftiSlit &tik .'O 'K' . Svi JttWr- .UTl-Z!2:Zr. 'vjyi-vi:' . y y-j ly.-WTftfiftr - . -Mi OTvaivHaMBMHiaaiB.HvHnpi EB95C: - & a; ra: Tti.-v - ttv & (Bj, Thfe News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY News-Herald Publishing Company. A 8. W. BaRRERE. BEBEE BaRRERE. llX INSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATK8 FOB ADVB3RTISINO Made Known on Application. , FEBRUARY 9, - 1888. Hon. James G. Blaine 'will not toe a candidate for President at the approach Ing Republican Convention, having written a letter to that effect from Flor ence, Italy, to B. F. Jones, Chairman of the National Republican Convention. Oar Republican Legislature does not seem to think that all the brains and sense belong to Hamilton county. In fact they pass measures without a mem- " ber from-the hub county voting for them. Hamilton county may yet learn that 1 Ohio is a great deal bigger than Cinci...

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. — 16 February 1888

"T?V AT - t v - ? ; K . "" ' TS, eb? it3fcV V, . !F v .WW"- (-- tr- m.. It .V ? IZ.& V $$f(kjmm M -l-J.IHll. I, . $The NewsHerald. 0mi IegfrdBnlldlif,W.Mli8t. -iTiSZsX foKBRftARTP,, , - 1888 W attSC titti lr treed MertlUr nHuk tors Wheat as cets " - a.Tlr j.M.mnuvut Cream,. Balm for chapped hands at Garrett's.;, i ss Mr. Frank Morgan and son visited Portsmouth relatives thla week. --, .- Mr. Ohaa. Ingebrand .and wife are visiting relatives In New York City. m '-"' " Highest market price for good wheat at ,., Model City Mills.. Jambs T. McGuire. 'j jtMI;Eaufa Lay cock, of Brown county, ' ' wai the guest of Hillsboro friends last k. ,) . iMrsi BertThornburg, of Columbus, is thelgaest of relatives and friends in this cfty this week. ajsSsVMary?Howard and Boaa Koch rtatMdi'daymornlng'last for Cincinnati, ;tiikftre.home. . nn attended the Ohio Re- mHcan Leiime Lincoln Birthday Ban quet at Columbus last Monday evening. --- - Li. IJ M kt- rtMt. W. G. 8mftft'aiia'iJudgbfeM.' Dittey left...

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. — 16 February 1888

i.&-A.r7!raV. j i; iiaris vn'S t C? NWS-HERAIiB, HILK j..?s-l jrs- av?esi ts . v . i?i'.iv''"j w 'sW "i f '''l, V .ft,., vwffijnni riiiv f -v avail ft i &-JXI ifi. iuieo. TERRIFIC FIGHT Betweon a. Man and a Powerful Newfoundland Dos. fc'earfully lreratrt Alinnt the Throat, the Wen U About to Ulve Up When Ills Wire Hands Him a Itntcher Knife. St. Locts, Fob. 8. Christ Uoolchor was nearly killed Balurday evening by his two. year-old Newfoundland dog, which ho had inUed to Ruard the premises at night. The bruto was vicious to all except Uoolcher's family, and was kept chained during the flay. On this evening ho was given tho freedom of tho butcher's back yard, and when Christ claimed the right torulo there, and enforced his claim with a kick, the dog flow at him and a terrible fight ensued far ten minutes, in which four members of tho lloolchcr family-took part against tho dog. The brute, weighing 101 pounds, notwithstand ing tboshoner of blows ralnel upon him on nil sides, see...

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. — 16 February 1888

v'-! vJi hfR-ret mf ' fe" Ifc&JS SW- v .. fs.f rfV.FTSl .'tfk-.isri v1 ... t&a'C&S ai LJfe BtiOKES BANK.1 sasaf 0"i7j' 'u W i. Metropolitan of Cincinnati Goes Under. Beasattoaai Amt of tha VIee-Presldent The Doornail Bank atoo4 a Rani Rao, hat lammmba to thlf last Disaster. d if ' i i ' i s j - I CiHcmniTi, FeK-;. Tha Metropolitan rtatlenal'Benk will 'not open its doors to BteTT0W'iMrnvaslt hat succumbed" to adrarse circumstances and has suspended payment. Tha .arrest of John R. Da Camp, the vice-president of the concern, on United States warrant, charging1 him with criminal misappropriation of tha funds of tha bankls the catastrophe which directly .wrecks; the bank, pad, not a' warrant beW served opbn'hlmat six o'clock this evening the bank might have -polled through.' That calamity, how ever, coming upon the heels of the heavy ran which they had experienced for two days, shattered tho nerves of the directors,' and an hour later they adopted a resolu tion which throws t...

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. — 16 February 1888

BsrT Ad MK5?s V Vi run EV2u sV t Aw t tfy I, - & e rii - 4 iw 3- 8 K ro" N f. m &.' ?& m & m J , i? X V c .; POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thi powderjnerer vanes. A marrel of puri ty, strength and wholeaomenen. Hon eco nomical than the ordinary kind, and oannot be iold In competition with the multitude of tow teat, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Bold only in cans. Botal Baktso Fowpeb Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. PIKE COLLEGE. February 13th, 1888. Oar school will be out in three weeks. High Turner has moved into his new house. Minott Sonner will be our next school teacher. Rev. Severt is holding meeting at " Shoflner school-house. Wm. Carr and two sons, Ottie and Est el r are on the sick list. Milton Wiley has been spending two or three weeks with Mr. T. L. Beard. ALLEHSBURG. February 13th, 1888. . On the sick list Mr. 11 J. Itoush. Mrs. Alex. .Teboe and Mrs. John Foust were calling on friends here Mon day. Mr. Samuel Drake and wife and Mr. Bud Webster and lamily were ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

JfoU ufflM&v-&.wr' 'il1Slif?: W iv ? t-. &i $ tm m j. "" SiiSr. Xi E39TAULIHBD 11337. HTLLSBORO. HIGHLAND OOUNY. bm&l SDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. VOL. 61-NO. 46 SJ IVHBiBHHHiHKaUHHHHniVWVBHRAir-t i TTJaT' '1 I MP I' M I I "P ! ' M 1W H I i i I II V .- t". - ' i -' ,- -- "- iS . ( vL.- . ,-BHBBJDIBHIBHHIBIHBIHHnBIHaHaiUIBI(iiMi. F W1TMV ' p - t rn.Hr 1 1 p-p - ."-' 'v.. y - T, F - eBBF- ! m Oil ' JK .! .'l Jt ir fi M.'lm it. .. ..K' F ! PJ I II 111 j. ' . . il -,. 1 'VJ rrw J3r.iui unuJiwjuiwi jweKisKs'iffwiiORBft -:. ; -v-:- - -..-. . ,.Zf,t .A-.j.fivTr .:. rvrrrr-'iiw-. - . '- Bl-W?!- -A.rrfYs. 'TTT WriTfrTMTT"r7,-TM1jrlTl--"J -tI KrHT7. i, -., t.r4JXf5mr "Ri-i" ? E C'iM i ,7r' icVfrTA. - ,.. "..iTAf f'WiT HiWJ H-t..ni AUA' --.. . frn fa -T . "Vff ." ". Vi iJ.n .t,V. ..Hy t 1 . W- 'V. - ' ,.. . L-' -- ' ' ' . . ., I'll' . , ' ' , ' 3 V "a,- r Sljirt 4V- . ." ,.,:-- j',WL"....T M PHUB ig & Ht-. . jt IV - :.y aJ WMv '.4- . 14 !'-. EIfe .7 M LV. .-ft, V? Wtp-wwr. JS' ...

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. — 23 February 1888

rAj 'r;,,, .-vv. $ jj, r -. -itr '1 ' V news-hbbad, mtalibBo, o:'mtat8PiiaraBttipJAitJ8.ifl88. ,? 2 L rvTwr.ri'." -" " - i-. "-?wni ..:-;iL-..k,: ..k V - ,' if. i i ii u i.i ,: V " "- ; t, . ?. 11 EM t a' Ifc m Ift W it, HCHOOL EXAMINERS' QUESTIONS. Iteanll or the Meeting oa Ratnrda-r, rcbrnarjr 17. msTonr. Givo ilio early history of Oblo. Give nn account of the Peace Con ference at Washington, 1861. - How' did the U. B. acquire the terri tory where Bt. Louis now stands? HoW'wtaere Chicago stands? How where Olympla Btands? Why was there a U. 8. Electoral Commission In 1877? What was Its uctlon? Why did President Hayes take the oath of office privately the day before Ills public Inauguration ? Have the President and Vice-President always belonged to the same party ? i Win hat Influence did the following statesmen have on Congressional legis lation : William H. Be ward, Alexan der Hamilton, Henry Clay, John Q. . Adams, John C. Calhoun ? What was the Gadsden purchase ? What constitutes...

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. — 23 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

asgraiai CW SA , 1 4 ," . I 'aft' R If Ms i t i?V i- l ' B. ea ? t.-AW ? Af& ' The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY T1IK News-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES OTOB .ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. FEBRUARY 23, 1888. It is estimated that the Reading strike cost in the neighborhood of $4,000,000. m A'law passed by the Ohio Legislature on the 14th makeB it a penal offense to wear a G. A. K. badge when not a mem ber of the order. a "One thing only is necessary to assure success complete .harmony and cordial co-operation on the part of all Republi cans." Mr. Blaine in his Florence letter. The Republican State Convention will be held in Dayton on April 18th and mth. st which time delegates to the National Convention at Chicago in June will be selected. Hon. D. M. Hassle. Those who knew Senator Massie best were aware he possessed solid qualities . and first-class fitness to represent Ross and Highland i...

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