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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 16 June 1886

JJW. ,Wn rtfg,.,vtttflg (f NEWS- ( 'mcmw.t ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 11 fritr j.-cnt )'-,in"-i-Vj:ifi-; yt.jfic?,. ;n t'.'hvw t..iffiu,' . .. THE HERALD m t W - 'W- Professional Cards. Cards Inserted Under this Htid at Follows:' .1 Inch, per year ....,...;..........'.... Sin y, inch, per. year n J J inrh, per year .....a.. ; .i ! Ten lines of this type make 1 Inoli. J. lLDOVLH, W.fl.RUIIlMII.. -pvOVLK ft. 11UUIS1LL, y, .1 HILLSBOUO, 0. n Opfick In McKlbbeu block, 9, Utah street. 1 1 ' ' ' r 1 1 ' ' 1 ! J ' I -VTKLSON II. LAl'FKRTY, ' " Physician and Sureeon, h'ilLsbouo, 01110.,, -- Ot't-ICR-Malu stroet, over.Ditvller'ii store. tUaldonce, Hon til street, tlrst door west of Oa our I.oimou'h. myzoyl O. It. COLLINS. JOHN A. COLLINS. piOLLINS'ft OOttiK' f , ' '-' 7 ' ' j ATTOBNB.YS A.T XirVWr, LULLSBOUO,;OHIO. v; Omen Rooms 1 ami 2 Smith Blookeor Her Minn miiiI High streets. A Notury Public III office.' ' ' ." mar21. 4, ,, 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. — 16 June 1886

V ll Illl lit IMI The News-Herald. WEBftESBAT.JtTKEl, MV-I HILLSBORO. t OHIO. ill i- TOPICS OF THE DAY. Mn. Buddvnsiek, tho builder of rot ten tenement houses, has formally taken up lils quarters in Sing Sing, notwith standing that ho Is worth $1,000,000. Rich men are getting thick -i. Sing Sins- . The fco of Dr. Sunderland for per forming tho wedding ceremony of Pres ident Cleveland was a new hundred-dollar bill. Mrs. Sunderland thinks oi framing It and hanging It in the parlor. In that event tho Doctor would have to buy a bull-dog to guard it The English scientiliccommission ap pointed to inquire into M. Pasteur's pro cess hao completed an elaborate in vestigation and are preparing a leport which will afllrm the efficiency of his method as a cure for hydrophobia, rank ing it among tho chief scientific discov eries of the century. The members of the jury that con victed Maxwell arc indignant. They were in court three weeks and forced to litcn to the inteiminablo arguments of the la...

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 June 1886

Kramer House W. Mala St., HILLSUORQ. PHUJP.IRAMER Proprietor. Strictly First-Class FlrstGlast Livery Feed and Sale StablM Attached. spieyi' , Col. X. J. Blouat-XAVAQESa-r. J. Oaks WALNUT STREET HOUSE Bat. Sixth and Seventh 'Streets, OIKOINNATI. mi SCHOOL AND CHURCH. First-class in All its Appointments POPULAR PRICE, 3 per day. M. TUCKER & CO., Props STOPPED FREE iimum Ptnont ffsstovd r.KUM.BGmiAT NERVBRKatTOBaTR aUflmAtltAHnv Diam- iTmm rn fin Ajftttt. Ft, Mtlkpu, tie tHVAt.UBLirtakM dlrtcted. ti Fltttftt Ar$t43?aut TrMtlM and $ trial bottlt ftt to FHpttlMta ihrp)rtnrKpfac)urfMochhem ree.T4. Rwsd nauwM, 0 and vprtM Btidrct nl ilctMtPH KLINPait Archt fofl.rf.VnMa f Dnhftt. MhtTAJUt fib IMtTATtNQ FRAUDS. HHIaVBHiyBW llUA - .(j POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder nover rarlet. A marvel ol parity, streilgth Mid wholosomenesi. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and can nnt be sold In oompetition with the multitude of low test, short weight alnm or phoaphat powden. Sold only in ...

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 June 1886

ITT'lI TTT1 t 1 ' TT 1 "'t --r''sv-' f f (-. f Twwsjjjww'iiave ej''""eg','M' 7rass.?janoCT: ftflV3&Kf ttxmrtv W9m-srttf&mpimsrJvffi Ml ih IVH III III i III alV il: ;lllll uu lu WwmMnMm saBBaBBaBlBsiasBMspsaBBBassiisisBBBBBBBBaaiBiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiaB "sFsaFlf'Vl lis7t'' af "" 'MJlr;,i,,wE,' MHKI Al.lll. . JUIUIUKA UU. 1 w -' n y w : w ti : r j?jLnz. jJ V It.. The News-Herald. PUBLISHED. EVERY WEDNESDAV BY'TIIK Nows-Horold Publishing Company. O. W. Barrere. Bibee Barrere, E. R. Plereon. SUBSCRIPTION, SI.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. IIATK8W)B ADVKBTI8ING Mad Known on Application. JUNE 16,- 1886. REPUBLICAN Judicial Convention, 4th Circuit of Ohio, A Republican Judicial Convention will bo held at Chllilcothe, Wednesday, Jnnc .10th, S0 at 1 o'clock p. ra., composed of delegates from the several counties of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Ohio, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Judge, to cijrve six years from February, 1887, and fur thd transaction of such business as limy come ...

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 June 1886

1 The News-Herald. Offloe i H6g(jard, Building, W. Main St. JUNE 10, 1886. Th eticulatloa ot n newspaper deter mine th value I III eottftftti ft B ad vertising laedlusat ' HKWB.HBRAtD ha br tar th largest circulation at any paper la Highland eovntf, which faetad verttsert woald da wall to bear fa mind. HiU are .apart to thalr laptlaa. Attain Pall1 at Bpsetae'ien. ' ,,- , , h THE OT Wl lib ' Pait vey "tight, Cuff very white, Slight cane twinging In the air, Very dudlsh watjt, 1 .Very aljljr talk,, , , Vory, vary olljr hair. ,, Fatal mustache, , ,,, Making a dash, Flirting with a rate brunette, Ilead thrown baok, Thought very slack, ' ' ' "Brooking at a dgarette. ' Vsry muchaifop', " Thlnki he'a tiptop, Acts very, very debonftfr, ' Laugh vary loud, Feels Vary proud, Doe ha ever, ever1 swear,?. ' 1 Wonderfully wise' ' ! '' I In-hliowtJeye ' 1 1 , Ii the 'young man of to-day. ' llonest'andtrrje, ' , ' industrious, too t r I Not very much, we ihonld aay. . z-fi Mr. Qeo.Brooksberik.'srVA ...

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 June 1886

f . It I It I The News-Herald. 1TJk.ltaMBAT.JCNa I. tat. 1IILLSBQRH I t s OHIO. LOVE, M. D. O, the comet In (Ilk and saVa, She li verted In rood of Latin, As well as every root that groWl below the mother earth: Sho reads Santkr't, the read! Coptlo, She's the apple o( mr optlot 8be has a long list of degrees and Boston aw her birth. " Tat 'it 'sets' mr blood a-ihlver Whea she asks about my lirer. And t stutter and am speechless when my tongnio she wants to see: tor 1 am fearlul to expose It, In nexl'ge-she knows It. When hor lovely eyes With tender light aro rlreted on me. With my pulses at a hundred, 'TIs not strange that sho has blundored. And doctored me for fevers when I didn't blue a sign: "Tis her presence that Is heating, And which sets my heart a beating: For I'm only a poor mortal man and shs It so divine. Ft 11 It's pleiuiant to be ailing. Just tolinve an angel sailing Into vour humble room and All It full of life and light; lint ns for a diagnosis Why, what anybody knows ...

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 June 1886

mwmLM SU4 J''ftr '!', I HOME RULE. Boond Beading of tha Home Bala Sill Defeated by a Majority of Thirty Votei. Intense Excitement la the ItotM During the Dlvlalon Thre. Cheer, Give fur the "Grand Old Man" The Mpeeehcft TIIB OOVKTimtKNT DEFKATKD. London, June 8. Long before the hour for the assembling of Parliament yesterday mftaraoon a greater crowd was gathered In the -vicinity ot St Stephen's than has yet Marked the progress of the Home Rule de bate. As each prominent member passed between the Mts of police U Falac Yard he was cheered by his partisans, and when Mr. Uladstowe arrived he received a perfect ovation. The Premier looked calm and col lected and ft was remarked that he were a small white rose In his button-hole, em blatle possibly of mission of peace. Inside the House every seat was -Oiled, both oatiie floor and hi the galleries, and the passage ways were so crowded as to render It almost Impossible to move from one point to another. When Mr. Qoschen rose to opea the fin...

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 June 1886

fsnWrWsaWWsTwM l ji n if .tfotice to Contractors ,!, AuniTon's Ofhcf., Hiout.aiidI'o,, O., Hii.ijinuRo, Jane 8th, 18H. SrUT.F.D PllOl'OSAUS will be received nt nils office until l'i o'clock m. Wnitmlajr, .1.11 ipih.lMG, for fiirnl.hlni tiinterlal ami ixiititinii Mil addition to the Hlglilatul conn iv 'i.flrinary Balldln, arconllDg to plunn mi ieciricatlonon (lie In the otflceof the I '.nnilv Auditor of Highland enanty. Knelt i ,' work, as clanlfled In the specifics- i on file lusalil County Andltnr's office, mi til Ue but for sepjiratoiy and the bid ho. .iiittiniilrd hyn surncleutgnaranty of Rome liMiiiereideil person that. If the bid Is no-- l.,,, nmiitrnct wit be entered Into, mid in,; ,nrtorinnnce of the work properly .llirtl. lnl-excviillon and limestone, masonry, to I ' i-iunplfled by the luih day of Aug. next. Mi.' brlcK work by the lUtli Uuy of Hept. i ft ... i i plumbing by iheZjth day of Sept. next. , i plastering by the lOllidny of Out. next. I cr carpenter work by the 10t...

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. — 23 June 1886

w- , - t t k , .1 . s .; -j " r t . BSTiLBIISHESD 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 12 NEWS THE HERALD V - Professional Cards. Carat ImrtW Uafcr tM Head m FoHows: 1 laeb. Mt mr,,;. ;..........ilo n!n,P i.neri r year.;.. L IDOU, liriw m... .Mi.......t...t.... TM HUM Of in I! type maae I men. J. H. BOYX.B. W. 8. BVDIStLL, t-voyxb mpmii.1., ,asro?iSTS, ' . HILXBBORO, O. Owcn-In MoKlbben blook, B. HlgU atreet. ajBtaOX B.t,AFFEBTT?P ' J ' Physician and Surgeon, BILMBORO, OHIO. omcB-Uala ittNl, otM DatwIUff .tor. Reeldeaoe, Bomth etreet.flret door west of Os car Lemon. myaiyi O. B. OOUUXSJ iobm A'. C01AJBS. soixnrs ceixnw, A.TTO3SrB-5rs "LftJT JCA.W, HILLBBORO, OHIO. , Orrica-Rooms' 1 and a Smith Blook, jor ner Mam and HUh streets. A Notary PnMlo Inomoe., ; ,, , .marM ABTAK9., f , UDMNTTISTi HILLSBOBO.O. '"" ; OnRcx-BlbU Mae, fonatrfy' Herald office. TTABT. OABBJCTT,. . t - HILLSBORO, O,' omoB-Oeraer or Maln'and High street., HarebanU' National Bank ...

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 June 1886

'Vy.jj'ty ' A. v.H ft. ?.. jh w. tj t Jpgt"?'; The News-Herald. WKBKBAT, JITJIB S, its. HILLSBORO. I.' OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. i Foil somo tlmo .there has been a dc crcaso In the immigration into this country. The tide has now turned and ik Is again increasing. m Patti becamo Mrs. Nicollni in tho yes of tho church at tho pretty littlo town of Ystradgvnials, a name which Miay bo looked upon, but not pro nounced outsido of Wales. 1 Tire railways of Great Britain aro capitalized at an avcrago valuation of 212,400 per mile, whilo thoso of tho United States aro bonded and stocked ior about $G0,000 per inilo. . m English papers that aro fond of al luding to tho alleged disorders in Amer ica aro respectfully referred to Belfast, whoro tho riot exceeded any thing wo lave ever had in this country. m ' It is evident from mortuary statistics that the avcrago age of man is on tho increase, and that pcoplo aro living 3ongcr than they used to. Though tho difference is slight, yet it is neverthel...

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 June 1886

UTOM? k KmmerHouse W. Main St., HILLSUORO. PHILIP lltAMER, - Proprietor. Strictly First-Class SaitStieithchM.' Col. E. J. Blount-KAirA02S-F. j; Oaltes WALHUT STREET HOUSE .fi a - Bet. Sixth and Seventh Streets, CINCINNATI. !l; First-class in All its Appointments POPULAR PRICE, $2er toy., ' IV. M. TUCKER & CO., Props m STOPftOFREB) t.ZS5!iZA'V"i--i ' Bf.KtHllf GREATi s- NPRVRHCflTADCO raZBKAflt ArHitttvit ntttm. nnhfM trfFALLISLR If taken directed. Fit mfltr first dav't use. TreitUa and ti trUl Imttln frr rh4 Jtferv JtlTtf-ttan M..I Kill, At tt Fit pttleats.t'iey paymp expresrhirirciMbf'twheB received- Snd n a mint. P. 1 1. nrl ne atf.. J I tlMctM Wpr KI-lNli.oit Arch t .Hllndelchia.Pi, OnifffUU. BhlYAKU OF 4UITATING tAAVDS Notice My 10, 25 r i l i. !, Call before buying .and see for yourselves. V-j 'A J. M. HIESTAND No. 21 NOETH HIGH STEEET. QUIN1T EEOTHEHS' DEUG STOEE Is headquarters for i .lv:?i Drugs, Paints, t IBTTSIHIIES' 3D"5TE 'STTJFPS, "Window Qlass Patent -Medicines,, T...

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 June 1886

25 in 0. Ton f asM ai Mi 0 in 55. 1 S. ELH & CO. lil ML Iwtf at 11 10 fl Fl The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE News-Herald Publishing Company. Q. W. Barrere. Bebee Barren. .E. R. Plerson. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES FOR ADVEBTISIN& Made Known on Application. JUNE 23,- 1886. Republican County Convention. Notico is hereby given to tho Republi can voters ef Highland county to meet in mass convention at tho Court House, Saturday, June 20th, 1880, at ltfO p. in., for tho purpose of select ing uino delegates to the Judicial Con vention, whick meets at Chilllcothe, "Wednesday, Juno 30th, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Circuit Judge. E. V. Oveum vs, II. D. Waddkll, Sec. Ch'n. Gladstone is up in Scotland working liko a green hand at a log rolling. Tho ease t ith which ho makes hosts of con versions in a hot-bed of tho opposition inspires tho friends of home rule with fresh hope. AVe weio only in fun about tho Con gressional convention di...

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. — 23 June 1886

TKfe News-Herald. OMoef Xoggtid Building, W. Main St. JUNE 23,. 1886 v The elreaUtloa of a. newspaper deter, mlaes the vain of Its eoltmas a an ad vertlslng Bedlam. The HKWS.HERALD fcns by tar the largest elreulntlon of any paper la Highland eonaty, whlek faetad. terUsers woold da wall to bear In mind. Oar llita are open to thatr laapaetlon. Commencement Visitors. , Try Langdon'a City Bolter Crackers. e alias Mnttle Rockhold la III with malarial air. CM. Overman, apent Friday In Cin cinnati. Mn.C. U.CollIni la vliltlng this week In Cincinnati Ohio. ' The ISth Regiment will go Into camp at Washington C. H. Mr. B.F. Johnson, of Springfield, O., visit ed relatives here last week. m Mr. Btanley 3. Brltton has returned from school at Delaware University. -- A party of several couplet apent Bat orday at the, Rocky Fork caves. ' The O. L. B. 0. meets at the residence of Dr. William Hoyt tomorrow evening. Mr. R. 8. Qolnn has removed with his fanllly to his farm In Fayette eonnty. us - Mr1, ...

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 June 1886

5-43GW .liCI p The News-Herald. W1:i)MEDAY. JUNE ai, issa, IIILLSliORO. OHIO. ONE BY ONE. Ono hy ono tho hours meet us ' In tlio slmilowor tho shlno. With tho 1oy that coino to itreet US, Or tho care that traits In line. Onn by one, and not In masse. Tho hcavv burden wo must lift, Hriwely bear njr. till It passes From us, steadily and swift. Ono by oi) tho bricks aro laid In bulldlnir, Till tho toinnlo roachos grandest helirht. With Its slcmler Knlrcs of burnished gilding Pointing uunard to tho light. One by one, each day will brlnor Its duty, "J Whilst cournne tneets tho sinjrle need. Till nil trials blos'om Into beautv. Till the toiler wca os tho good Into the deed. Ono by ono. our heart-boats tell the story . Of tho cnrtlMiro measured horo. Of Its mystlo web of golden glory, -. Wrought from sorrow's falling tear. Ella Dtf, In Inter Ocean. A NIGHT OF HORROR, M. Ouflo Masquerading as a Were wolf. A cheerful man was SI. Ouflc.rjwho loved a jovial evening with friend', a glass of goo...

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. — 23 June 1886

. I r I IU ThrellA' ,! Brld,Sive kit Elv g-aat Reesjrtloa to Congress, the Diplo mat rps Md'.to Judlelsry-Tii tMtnent-.OlkthtHng at th Kind Bvr Assembled In the White Hoiik. i i Washington', Jane ic. TiioWhlCoItotus never presentod a more brilliant spectacle than Inst night, on the occasion of the first official reception (riven by President and Mrs. Clovcland. Tlio docorations were on the same grand scats' as at tho Presi dent's wedding. Tlio watts ol tho East RoorA Were hidden by plant and garlands ots'hlixandeycrgrcens were tcslooneii froiri'llie 'chandeliers' and cornice. Tho mantels wore banked with rare exotics and the window recesses flllod with palms. The docorations of tlio other parlors wcro of a similar description.- The guests, begun to arrive shortly bo fore hind o'clock and soon the houso was crowded with ladies nnd gentlemen await ing tho coming of the rocrlvlng party. Promptly on timo the President unil Mrs. Cleveland entered tho Bluo Boom, accoui. panted by Secretar...

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. — 23 June 1886

r.khLM E$L&2ii fwt i J Executor's Notice. VTOnOE la hereby Rivon that the under .11 signed Imp boen appointed ami qnMIUcd ! i-cntor of tlio ralato of Joseph Went. lair- of jlliliUud cunuty. Ohlu, ilccraictl, by tlio l'm ) to Cnnrt of sa'til county. May 29, 1830. w3 It. 0. tltiMrn. Notico to Contractors. SEALED TROrOSALS will bn received at the County Auditor's offlce In Illllsboro, ibio. until twelve o'clock tiuon, on Monday. So 23th day or Jnne, 1830, for tlio hnildlng or t. two atorv brick ccunolhouxn in sub-district J.'n. IB, Taint township, Highland connty, thin, according to the plana and specifications .. flln in aald Auditor's offlce. Each bid must contain tho namn of every voraon interested in mo same., ami do acconv smiled bv anfllcient nnarantoo of some tll.in' detested person that If the bid is accepted a contract will uo entered into, anu me penorra .t,i.. nf It iirooerlv seenrei. The bids for each kind of material called for 7.y tho specification, must be stated sop...

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. — 30 June 1886

- , , - W.. - f .-a: rrumHVHn mmW" " """"" pWFpinrypft,iw&wwwM"Jrv' ilJiUI U U3h .8MJTI 8W3V11TAi3 i St In v) i ' ft 1 .vIMa in iw tiui r ii-J "" '"X'1 'w1' n ' mIJ TH "' ' ' ,n nan ' ir ,lt ""' ' ' i ' ESTABLISHED 1837. 1 HIIiLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1886. '. r r- ' r VOL. 60 NO. 13 .......... i . 4 ,,.wr ... , .rjtH aiitij n.AJHi I . . ti .mil r . r t r . T ,1 t MMMrar-, rw" 1 'i,-i'li' 1J U3'' T -y ., ' Art-' fr "m w-'w w fim u -- M' ' I UN ' . ."-XHH VWK"F4'H' K A' I J 1 . ,:;:; J M. L ML f - "I m t W r . E ' 1 M . JJfer M 0 , i i i ,7 !,, T ,' .7 r, i i ,. ' ' - . ... , . . . . t- ol r tu Ifl "irri'tfT l -J 1S" J .T K Professional Cards. Cu Undid Under this Hud u Ftitam:, .l'laehVpatyear! .'. H lueh, pr yar.A..'.....'.i.i...-.....-.......-... M. Inch, par year. , TeifllM erf this iypa make I Iner. 410 & 3 ,t,Bl &0Y. W. B. BUDMT -?-('3a3jgrlrE.is i, HILLSBORO, 0. Cbrtici-In MoKlbban block. B. High street. MIUOX B.HgBXBTY, u , " PhyIoU!i and Surge...

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. — 30 June 1886

r- ( v "I i . The News-Herald. WaMMSAT.ffVXBM, laSa, HILLSBORO. OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Bah Francisco people are asking for to subsidy for a steamship lino from that port to Australia for the reason that our exports to that country have increased from 16,600,000 to $11,600,000 in two years. m Sponge growing is beginning to loom op as an industry on points of tho Con necticut coast It has been found that jroung sponges transplanted from Flori da waters flourish rapidly in Long Island Bound. Kite flying has become such a mania etRarltan, 111., that prominent citizens engage in it Ono kito is seven feet long and has been sent ovor 2,000 feet into tho air. Three men and a wind lass are required to draw it back to earth. The bill In the Massachusetts Legis lature providing that minors and women hall not work in mercantile establish ments moro that ten hours a day has been killed by an amendment providing that a woman over twenty-ono years of age can contract out of it Suicides by monarc...

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. — 30 June 1886

--". - - T THE "GLOBIOUS FOURTH." J Thoughts, Serious and Facetious Inoldont Thereto. ,, Th Dr M Viewed front Many Stand PointsThe Spartan Mother "Yoiihf; America" ' Let Loose The Con ventlonat Picnic. lOrlglnal. " HE FOURTH ol i juiy is again ax . i 1 1 - . liand the plain, unvar- JflTmslrtd ti '-Fourth." to eyery native-born or naturallted citizen ol this great andgtorlous( lana, oi the brave and home'ot ths free-horn ea gle, thcro is no day In'the, calendar fraught with so much and so dlverso interest. Thoro is no use tntking, the Fourth o( July double-discounts any thine in the line ol a holiday yet familiar' to the American mind.- It is on the Fourth of July only that tike American heart makes its most formliAiblo demonstrations of patriotism and "shows up what ifcean do." And the American heart, by the way not to speak boastfully is capable of consid erable. All it wants is a chance; and that chance ttie Fourth affords. t The Fourth 'pMJtept, 'sg; many different phases aa tln'...

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. — 30 June 1886

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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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