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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

''V ,-r v - V 4 'V r- ;-- rt. v V H . -T, j. &'' ?' f " n I "Vt t r r -; w -v?w NEWS-HEBALI; HILLSBORO, OeftHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1888. X 1 v. . -urr : z ? J -.- " ' ft W J I 1 V "V- lJtJ i f Srf" S4V 'V" 'J,: ' h i. If s l .-' YS rA?r ! iSa .fSJ The News-Herald. ,,(- 6ftW left Balldlig,W,;Hl St. FEBRUARY 28, - 1888 '' ' We WK8f ! ftr too Keflltcr tarn r BfypttM Wheat an 88 cents 'Til fcr Mfe. V, J. M. BOYD CO. iA".-.thl, ST.. .it : "t. A - - J'CiwunvBalm forrchapped hands at Mr. H. E. McCoy spent Sunday in V; 'HHMftp.4 ... , ,v ftel.H.S.Dotiett, olWellston, spent X , "Saoywlth h tolly -here. ' ' ' tiotikAQft Friday last to Mr. and Mrs. iKt FrasikJtosb.asweet girl baby.. . In i " if? " m UMyon'ba'Ta a cough use Garrett's Red " Baa Cough, Oare. 25c per bottle. i&AfirUi N. Bhitapvof 0reenfleia, as cb ' " "euliUngamoruciriends here Tuesday. Mr. J. Snope,' Oovingtonf Ky vra; ."C'-r tha neat j)f Hillsboro friends. Monday. ' nte4BeaDpliqaatorwere before the Boara'oi School Examine...

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. — 23 February 1888

.'1 v M Irf. i- m fe-t .w v w w IjS F 1 3r IK'- .' m 53 W'. tb.'- VSfiJ. ? "'- If- W& r r7 v ,i . :.-.- THE EARTH BENT. Croat Excitement In Summit Goun r ty, Ohio. Xtonses Shaken and Pcoplo Thrown From t Tliolr lleds. Axnox, O., Fob. 15. At two o'clock this Imornlng many pooplo In this city were mwakened by their houses being shaken, vhile tho residents ot Bandy Hill, four Allies south of here, wero thrown from jttieir beds, and thoir windows and ceilings cracked and fell to the floor. The first in tlmation of the dlsturbanco camo in the way of a terrible report, as of some great explosion in tho vicinity ot Bandy Hill, Jollowod ty bouses swaying' so that the denizens of that placo fled .in great alarm. This morning a groat fissure Was noticed at tho sent of this earth dis turbance. Tho families of. Henry Snider, Lester Allen, Uriah Thornton, A. A. ttchwartz and Jamas Porter, residing where tho phenomenon manifested itself more forcibly, wero terribly frightened, and some of tho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

kit "WMi&w.m X'V-T. ; J TJ Aj .'"J.,, " "a ,,t st-jj-.. . wjr v ,rtv " "!' EB-HERALPjHILLSBORb, gTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY &3, 1838. -"-- ' ' ' ' il - i i . . lM-Jrt-tf . -iiA fr. -- Tzmmm 'V-F-V &?-: K' m iw -i ; Kit: E&&. kHiiiV: f y St-1- TCI " SM'ta. wrM.ff c. . HHV . . lfe-T'S-ar.: 3tM n? - sSrirtifs.sasi.at Srif -ttwv. . ,"., 1.' mu iu S!l r .. ; a rta a. '; -rtL fivio.; v F -, i- BLAINE'S JlEASONa Chairman Jones, of. the National Committee, Beetle Borne Light. .gXaUlttW Ilt-BSoM Kor sTeur o( the BaitUt H last AM DswtralTo tho OfllM. PtmBuaatf, Pa., Feb. 18. Hon. B. F. Jones, Chairman of the Republican Na tional Committee, was Interviewed by a CAronlefe-TYfegrrapft reporter thii afternoon, on Mr. Blatne'i letter of deollnation. Mr. Jones stated that Mr. Blaine was In the beit of health and if was not for this rea son be declined' a renomtnatton. "His trip," said he, "has been , wonderfully beneflolaL 1 have had many let Vetera fr6nv him, and In' nearly all ot ' th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

? ,AM:witxWMhm wk. niteycss1B: .-. BT."W -rtW WT i If- & ;a3 ,&' V " 'V& ' 'At -- , viia- .Si, i A'1 '. LSR 'Jjl tv NEWS-HERALD, HILLS ,& ,1 .sn. HK . '- tSBssHssssSHisssstssssssnswlBsssH Era , - v H5. It I I w r If:- m e &, .tC. - ft -ZS .. R 1-& Mi. '&:-. !. W, VIZ' fc-'zwa T" MAHSHAXL. Febraary 20th, 188S. Mr. Joo Jones will inovo near Berry- lllo to-morrow and the house vacated 1y him will bp occupied by William Spruanco. William Blount started to Iowa last week for his brother, Ed, who is very nick. They expect to return home this week. The following teachers are employed to teach tho spring schools in ihis town ship! No. 1, Dora Sams; No. 2, Lottie Wise ; No. 3, Ella Templin ; No. 5, Belle ace. The Society of Christian Endeavor has been organized at this place with tho following ofllcers and 37 members: President, Dr. Duvall ; Vice President, jEUa Templin; Cor. Sec, Lime Watts; f'ltcc. Sec, Heltie Keys ; Treasurer, Joe "Williams. Miss Maud Kelly, of...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

WmmKKKHKKSBGBMmlw&w (!&?' r,mm m n lv oiJ JrJs- T i r i JVL Jcj JNT l & "' t1 OHIO'S CENTENNIAL Authorized by Act of the Slxty-Sov cnth General Assembly to be Held at Columbus, Opening Septembcr4 and Closing October 19, 1880,'Both . Days Inclusive. A Grand Event Commemoratlvo of the Wonderful Progress of the Past Hundred Years. Beautiful Parks and Magnificent Ex position Buildings Now Being Arranged For , And Constructed for the Pleasure of vthe People, and the Display ; of the Vast Exhibits, Presenting "the Productive Industries and Wonderful Growth of the State. The Ohio oentennial exposltion,which otiens at Columbus September 4, 1888, continuing until October 19, will be" held under authority of an act passed by the Sixty-seventh General Assembly ot the State of Ohio, March 12, 18S0, of which tho following is a synopsis : JOINT RESOLUTION to provide lor the hold Inc ol a ccntetmlnl exposition at tho capital ottheatato, in September, '1SR8, demonstrat ing tho material ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

t'y -Nf f. r U' W 'I u. Is, f. Uj H . - I X&fr ! . V & m Ik ft H sst-i Al a f 1 ' AT t. IT Aft i fcVfi v ' v 'i $ :$ VMn , r . : "Wi THE WORK OF WOMEN To be Shown la Ohio Centennial, Colnmbns, from September to October 10. at 'Die Exhibits In Both Creative and Decorative Art, the Handiwork of the Ladles, And Every Field of Woman's World to be Covered. It is proposed to make the centennial of 1888, to some extent, a panoramic vW of tho history of Ohio. That noth ing essential to a complete representa tion of this history may be lacking, it is proposed to organize the woman's department under the following sub departments : AVoman in art will include exhibits in both crcativo and decorative art. The commissioner solicits exhibitions of painting in all its various departments drawing in pencil, crayon and ink ; engraving, etching and sculpture j wood carving, pottery, modeling in clay, and art needlework. Tho department will also include designing and archi tectural drawing. AV...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

' .r. SiW?F,SP OxjeUL f.iSt-fSL ot V ' i T' eftv W J.. Ki& r" '-V., i.l Mf .A - V-,' -v; -r' h- . i? jrV"' I-- u " i , - 1 .tf t jf $ 4, i 1 -r-it ; -. n ilp H, Jt s , Vr ti it J IV ' 1 aeaoaaaaarte IinrOfiMATION BUEEAU Orrale by tat Directors With tha Oo-Operatlon of the Board of Trade and Other. The City Officials and Representative Ken of Columbus Deter- mine Tatt The Gooff Kane of the City Shall be Sustained, and All Visitors to . Ohio's Centennial Conafortably Pro-rlded for and Amply Seenred Against Ext6rtion from Opening Of the Wonderful Exposition Septem ber 4 to Close on October 19. The Philadelphia centennial ol 1878 placed upon the citizens of Philadelphia a problem for solution that previous to hat occasion had been unknown inny city o! America. It Was the task of pro Tiding, during a long period, food and 'lodgings for strangers in the city far be yond the capacity of all the hotels and regnlor boarding-houses, In fact the aver age population was about doubled daily....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 February 1888

f rv ?S - v jtjr ? m : n L.41 f; sK 13 lv-1 & 1$ rs B ,i ?a it- tj, Pt H' ..v'" - v CENTENNIAL PAKE. A, Grand Center of Attraction for the Furthcoming Exposition, Sub stantial Buildings, Broad Wei ki and Graveled Drives, Beautiful Lakes, Rustic Bridges and Playing Fountains. The Splendid Railway Facilities of Co lumbus, With a Network of Pas senger and Freight Lines Tapping Every Corner of the Wonderiul Stale Whose Centen nial Is Celebrated. The Centennial park at Columbus pon which, by authority of the Gener al Assembly of Ohio, will be held the Ohio centennial exposition of 1888, ' opening September 4 and continuing mmtil October 19, is situated only two Miles north of the Capitol building, and is accessible by horse and electric car Uses, two separate lines of steam cars running directly to the gates and by many pleasant streets and avenues. The Improvements already made upon the grounds place them among the first In the United States for exposition pur poses, and wlieu the b...

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

HT.?' &V -i itvt, 71 vr-iff lr , ?v. ft THE NEWS-HERALD. ' . i. ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1888. VOL. 51-NO. 46 ; it . -3, ft Itv lift r t liiHj :. 13" V I! V U 1 . EARLY DAYS OF OHIO. Gen. MsMie'a Last Battle With the Indiana Near Bain bridge, Bom County. 0! Gen. Nathaniel Massie, the famous pioneer Indian fighter and surveyor, lit tle need here be said by way of intra, duction. There are few homes in Ohio where his name Is not a familiar and honored one. He probably did more toward the organization and develop Meat of Ohio than any other one man. The following sketch of his last enconn a. .- -- T-Jl 1 !. V.. VI- ier wiih we uuuans is giveu uy uu hu, Col. Nathaniel Massie, who now resides in Hillaboro, and who, though in bis eighty-fourth year, still retains that vigor of manhood, both physical and Intel lectual, for which he was distinguished unany years ago. Most of the informa tion furnished by Col. Massie was ob tained from Gen. M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 March 1888

WWkf . P4S WIW&J M' ?"isr ""Xgr v F-AV -.. "X T- -?- V --' "T. ."l'uts ;&. i-.- v "? V .. ...t-- - vl..' tflVJJ4-.b. -1-i i---jur NEWS-HERALD, mil,sfeORO, O.TgTJBSftAY, MXROte888r? Ah Pr .. t- KK .- KV ; t&v W' w V 4 us St fir K I w 4s I. I-a, w l- ii" kS" no PIITSIU WITH OUR FOOD. A Phosphatic Baking Powder Theory that Is Dangerous if not Ridiculous. That is a rather dangerous proposition put forth by the manufacturers of some ortlie patented or proprietary articles of food that thc,ir products possess a super ior wholeso'mencss because they contain ri .tvttr. tt DAmo tinrtlnnlftr mnrllptrMll &? vtliroperty. "Phosphates, alum, litne',-nrse- nio,- calomel, etc., have their places as ' npeciucs ior cuiiereni diseases, ana are Iffi invaluable medical remedies, each in its &. nlace. But they are not cure-alls. The physician who should prescribe cither c J 'calomel, or strychnine, or rhubarb three C times a day to man woman. or child, sick or well, because either of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 March 1888

Siu rcrtijj-;- USSTfji-iS,: yyrivs S'MSSva: w iMmm:mFj WJS$ ., '"i"- w', n-.' V- ,t V r i ' .M&V. ft? y -i-t--; .V J a ! V ) i .& fc J i- A -. -4 V' "4v ..v It: '-I'VB." ' l - I-35S t i'iCuVi'' VV mm m&$ S1 ii.-.ui -a.ni-w.i WfjWLa-e'.i 1 --mi r I AM HH!liMS yyyM1Vir''.i- .,, .VW ' ,X X!JTO-Xl.-JGiJVXWJJJ, a.'XJJ4JAJVxi,vy v W p w p i i i ... i - .1 i - . - 'kl. .- -S !.' - astW- Jf aSTMer Nrwa.Htrflld. Oleti Idllilf.W. Mali It MARCH 1, 1888 TREAN; -0a- THE MORMON'S DAUGHTER. v Mr AX.VA MH.TOW KXBK, . (Written While Living in Utah. VtptrtgMH, um, tr tkt A. X RAton, tlim ijfaptr.C: Alt Right Snirttd. CHAPTER vnt--oonimuD. "Will yott stopt" brayed the Prophet, eoaiag round before the pulpit with hie Site clenohed and face pallid with rage. The other occupant of the platform were looking well-nigh m cut up at their mad dened leader, while a training embarrass aeat held the audience, silent. ."ICoi' IjWill not. No. discourtesy: to you, slri can equal the atrocious attempt yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 March 1888

.- ?W j i & Bit ' LW w i i &. w. ;t- i IF?" laiA. It. & m w- i w -. KEf.- C'S .;t,'-.v t: :chjfe" . - Ui,-:w?r Ki'-S.' 4 The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT THB Newi-Herald Publishing Company. I. W. BMnERE. BEBEE BARRERE. uMcRimoN, $t.so a vcar in advance. BATES IPOR ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. MABOH 1, - - 1888. COURT-HOUSE NEWS, Marriage Licenses. ' Jacob Zinnecker and Mary Wagner. Esastua Johnson and Myrta Barnes. A. C. Lieurance and Emma S. Hen derson. George C. Troutwino and Caroline Weber. John W. Candy and Mary Geeslin. Oliver B. Hatcher and Sarah L. Bur nett. Probate Court. W. K. Kaylor, administrator of the estate of Kobt. Naylor, filed distributive account. Fannie Oron, appointed administrator of the estate of John H. Oren, bond, Nancy Lance, appointed guardian of Mary C. Lance and others, bond, $800. 0. W. Hawke, administrator of the es tate of Elizabeth Petitory, filed inventory nnd appraisement. 7 Henry A. Favey, administrator of the esta...

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. — 1 March 1888

fv a V v Vvr v$- fr.j.t -f" ' .T i. .. ' .r.-if " J ... ' s- 'A ttJKSDAY. MARCH 1 1888. 'iwr -" 6w1f ns: si ? i r -,5, - - W"v . 1 ', imLZL in miA hi ir xnc ncwa-nciiuu. MARCH 1, 1888 i We KJ St Mate tor gee. MesVtter met er Ictbm Wlwtt m4 M emta fer Felts. J.H.B0TBACO. Stock Ml aext 8tirdr. ANNOUNCEMENTS. SPRING ELECTION, 1888. 8 7 v ,a. V ?? stW)i Dr. 8. J. 8pei hailMB qU rick for everal days. Mr. Johm Nelson Is confined to his bed with erysipelas. Mr. and Mm. R.T. Hoeak were visitors in GhtUlcoihe Isst week. ' Mr.Ben.Brrero is confined to the house with a severe cold. Misses Leon sad Thetta Walker spent lsst Saturday in Oincinnstl. Mrs. Harry Waddell was the guest of Greenfield relatives last week. Mr. John Bean and family removed to their farm near town last week. Oapt. J. M. Hiestand. spent several days of the past week at Chilllcathe. Feed especially adapted for heavy spring work at Blchards & Ayera' mill. ni4iaa- marital arlea ferceod wheats. Model City Mills." Jamss T.'M...

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. — 1 March 1888

w&ms&EZ ft &-., T, S.VwiV !$.. i"i &? KV' JdWW yaszr as r e a B'' 4 ill it ' iim m$l mm? r&wm$ JPJ WINTER WHEAT. leather Dleoouraffing Beports Re gardlng This Cereal. flora Vavorable, Though, From th B t eion South of th Ohio Btver Kmuitkt Beit. MiNMiiPous, Mink., Feb. 24. TheAbrlA eerefrrn -Miller yceterday published a review of the condition of the winter wheat crop, compiled from extensive reports. Follow Ing is the summary: "There hat been a very decided change in the weather condi tions ot the winter wheat district since February 10. With the exception of somo mall areas In Michigan and the States of Pennsylvania and New York, the entire crop Is now bare of snow. From the 18th until tho 10th Inst there was more or less freezing and thawing weather; from the 16th to the 19th beautiful spring-like weather, followed by a very sudden and severe f recto. Tho prospects now arothat there is an entire difference in the coming out of the early and the late sown wheat...

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. — 1 March 1888

7V . ., ',.', - .. , i-.-.i" i.,tiHs. -... .:.... , .- a ' . '-- .C.Vtr. .." .-' .3"7tr' fifp- -- tVJSr, jir' v''V"- "twS't wfe5'-.5. . i -"4 -TT 'Osr. S ' ,KhlVJ,''w' Ju1 yEHERALPHIJitSBOgURSPAY, MARCH 1, 1888. '".. !.' ? .-.i y m L.ri 'B, J :aiWS.j5 rl 'V3m && Lt -- "i v,?J?.- y,? lai ti-.tfi J.rwj.1! ur.i .- 5K-r"-r-: W . .iTt MADLY DYNAMITE. Four Men Killed aad Twenty-Nln Others Wounded, Indignant Clttseas Who BMbmi JToraaaM v of a liana; for tko Blood Work. Ddloih, MurN.t Feb. 98. The most ten rlble and fatal accident In the history of Duluth occurred this morning by whiou four men hare already lost their lives and twenty-nine other were more or leu in ured. About sixty men were employed by contractors In blasting rook on Fourth, street cut under the direction of Forman Olo Lundberg, and on Saturday they sharged an eighteen-foot hole with twenty-six large dynamite . car tridge At six o'clock Satur day evening an attempt was made to fira them off by the usual method, but...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 March 1888

"'" ISC' ..V $TSr I -. y 14'.- M A4 w' - 11 . J ";$G!&&vitf '& .JK Jr-: '. in r& 4. J.V-V ' v ', NWS-HERAL(J, HlitaBORd. 6. THtTR9DAY. MABCH 1. 1888, ; vw.'??.1! i' v Win a. 2 &i STCW-X-i' Sfr S m .-"' I, H) . rr"- - iri is.-' ' 5 P aft "V iti . Ikt. WA8HINGTtr. February 27fkt WiS. Elder J. 11. Paris discoursed attheMt. 7.ion Chapel last Sunday. Mr. Paris is always pleasod to meet Ills many friends it Zton. The Golar school closed Its portals last Friday with tlie customary lunch. Mr. "Win. McConnaughey, jr., will JliOve shortly to a point north of here. We regret to part from William for he is a steady industrious citizen. Mr. 0. L. Gibler will do carpentering with Mr. Sol Hughes at the Hill City. x LYNCHBURtt. February 28th, 1888. S. S. Puckett, of Camden, made a busi ness visit here last week. The Commissioners of Clinton county transacted business on our borders last week. James Torrie of Loveland, is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Torrie. The Bayles...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 March 1888

.v7j&rrF- ;v- !.-' i v Wvr ,ii.-W?!, F;' npT3I7 TSJt717i:XJ17t AT rY JL 1 -I Y Y KJ X AJLiAVx XJJL ja i-Vl TABUSHED 1887; HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1888. VOL. 51 NO. 47 '.W '.'. GS? 'U. ' & - q Lj ;-i & r- JJ -' ik.'fts'ram IC uBTOVOB, CtaEBATEHNITlTUTE. What fBie of 0r Clttiena TktMk(of the) Orgaaixa- ktiw of a University at Hillsboro. fovaralllaaa ggartwi to Brls Afcamt a OoaMaattea of Oar Preaa nt Prltata BAaoattoaal la-' "' MiattMMi. ef the article a wS-Mami?' nfWerf-AfefclMetmlitiaw:-r"-" Aa article published in your issue a tow weeks ago in reference to the edu eakioaal iaatitatlons in our town, baa eaaaed ooatttfanble thought on the sub-' Jaet by ease of oar best clUsens. As for myself I ass very- anxious tbat some each plan of combining the' schools be adopted. I bare heard several different plans' suggested, but, the one which seems the most feasible to me is for a new board, to be organised and get con tral of both buildings and organ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 March 1888

M--'' -'V, J )tK i aWWKipgsqppM Fr!J&& v4i:yr7W"i rr " vr. -'J " ylrr, ,f 5 '' 1! l -'1iif?ffi.r,', $r' .n - - ?:. J ; yMyiTm!;:',: irk h Vtm'? - $.;' ' &Z" &3R:47 S53kV.. &J& & ;v - 15w- k.rt.vJ 1 3s ?? it ?K -J 4 mUt w- f - pfc rk. St- . xtT' 3 EXACT COM Of a Letter to a BnslacM Man In Hillsboro from a Business Nan In Colorado Springs, Col. Ei. Paso Club, COLORADO SPRING, February 22d, 1888, 8.j Dcar Sir t All indications point to a rapid and permanent growth of this city and to the conclusion that it will be one tl the great cities of Colorado. There is no longer any room for donbt that east trn railroads are pointing this way for a onnection with tho Midland K. R,, the 3 ). & R. G. B. R. and the D. T. & G. R. It., which latter road will bs running t lirough to the gulf within two months, bnd Colorado Springs will soon bo a railroad center and a large commercial I nd business point in addition to what Jtnowls. And Colorado City, only 2 miles aw...

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. — 8 March 1888

EURSDAY," MARCH Wl 838. .fn. w -vjvr SB. a'..3. '?? P - A 'J-ItMC -SS? 1. r .: . JL f ' ' I ' B fft f. .. v 1 1 J: -j j IV .,- 5L'. r? r:J .,J Q i -I e ? f- : w .WkV...,. f K.l -T-. rt"i!tij.r ; t-35tf&L ;lbS.S &f w .sVriA-iL -eae .. 1?.!-1 US IMS gwBsitiwgicwirfienuag ?ffflHMgltt aiMii ' MARCH 8, 1868 TREftN; - THE MORMON'S DAUGHTER. By AZiTA XXLTOV XSSJt. t Written While Living Utah. . - JMMf Os. 4A fftoMt SMtrttd. In a fewMOMat he cmm totae foot of the raoaaUtn He'feH aide and dlsty; ha would look at his wound well, let It bleed; perhaps Ood would hare Justice done; now. He caught hold of the Mge brush and puUed himself up the mountain tide a few rode, and tank down just below a huge upshootlng, splinter, of stone and tried to pray. But, though he essayed with all his strength, he could not. His tongue seemed thick and refused to articulate, while objects about him had a strange and haty aspect Was he dying, or was It the reaction after so Ions;, a period of strifo and -e...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 March 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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