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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 March 1888

i p-Ti -"r 1 ' ) HHL l IJ,. BMI, "J cut. :,: l , " Vf fcut -Y" NEWS-HERALD. Milfflft mi V tl 39 ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Pott-ofllce, HUlsboro, Otilo, na second-eiats mailer. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1888. VOL. 51 NO. 60 - ,.T"rfc r . i w jpw'j'mjmwi . - -".t-t-. t- j. - 'jt i u,yJHV -r .. , w t?"-.t jw xi'hvrrr' 'W ' . . . . . . .. v . xr wt rr i. j ' " t 'isr as" j i fHrtr? ;, y "x 'y ' ''""'"' 1 JrUL l V The Patriotic Widow of the L'oagaree. CopyrlihleJ liit, fcy Funk & WagnalU I was at Fort Motto station, near the Congaree River, in South Carolina, not far from the junction of that stream with the Wateroe, on a bright, frosty morning in January, 1840. '"Will you direct me to the Fort Motto plantation?" I said to a lad. Pointing' up a gentle slope, he said, "On the top o' the hill is Mr. Love's houe,-which they call Fort Motte. It is only a short walk from here up that dirt road." At the summit I found a very aged maa,-wlth tbJa white hair and...

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. — 29 March 1888

3 t ' '"?' W" t -" V r--f r;;. . ? if W'' k- p :'U NEWS-HERALD, HUataMEtO, O X-JQ 'Z1 rW&r-; . ? '?""fjne .THURSDAY, ARtta888iT-.y ": ... . I " . i I - - '" ' J iU, SK fir 6r if airrs miim. It ii time tli it respectable merchants eemblned lth consumers tor the sup pression of all gift, prize and lottery sfesmea In connection with tbe sale of ar tUlM of merchandise. These scheme are not only demoralizing to legitimate busl nesa and to the moral of the community , lint In tbe extent In which. they are being carried n the sale of articles of food have become source of great danger to the public health. They are, no matter In what form they appear, nothing more or leas than devices to swindle honest and unsuspecting people. It la gratifying to learn that In some instances' the officers of the law have taken bold of the matter. In New York, and also In Chicago, parties who In this way offered gilts to purchasers of their packages have recently been arrpsted up on Indictments for lott...

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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. — 29 March 1888

'msy- 5r- "W MJSW iln! i llll IIMHIS I II ISS II I PHI' WW Mir I I il ill h I I fill 111! r SV "!" 'TWTi'PITjmBllir -' - I r - '', -.1 WJ K3 s ftv foS'jV, i , .- - i , aaaaw. IWMLsmttl " tw r- 'IS' The News-Herald. 0 float Hoggard Building, W. Main St. APRIL 6, 1888 TREAN; . .,, THE MORMON'S DAUGHTER. By AXiVA XZZ.TOK EBBS. (Written While Ll-rintf in Utah. Copyrlghttd, mr, h tht A if. Xtffeitf Jtt HPW 0. 4i JNett -JbMTMA CHAPTTll Xnt OMBIWH, The some day, la the afteraooa, Paul Elohard rod dewn through Emigration canyon into Bait Lake City, and just beforo sunset, having procured another aadslto horse, coma by tho resideaoe 0 Elder Smoot Trean waa pacing to aad fro in tho garden of newer and shrubs that lay be foro tho house, sow eeeatiag a rese, and ow lifting wtatful. eyes with kope of Ei chard's ooralDg. Cled in the soft aad cling ing garb 01, sorrow, (a looked, loosed, su perb. Elohard lifted Ma hat with a thrill of pride and reverence, ahe looked so clear and fair, 'In a moment...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 March 1888

v- kwirsv . -t p if'5 ii-ti'f- A NEWS-HERALD ,V Iff "' -S Wnliv Wfc V lr $il 4 'ft 1 w m. i. Kf 'At- , W"if The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT THB News -Herald Publishing Company. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.W A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOR ADVERTISING Made Known on Application, APRIL 6, 1888. To'tke Qualified Republican Voters of High land County : You will meet in convention assem bled at Hillsboro, April 14, from 3 to 4 o'clock p. m., to select delegates and al ternates to the Republican State Con tention to be held at Dayton, Ohio, Wednesday and Thursday, April 18th and 19th, to place in nomination Secre tary of State, Judge of Supreme Court, Member of the Board of Public Works, four delegates at largo and four alternates to the Republican National Convention to be held in Chicago, June;19th, 1888; and two Senatorial Electors to represent the State at large on the 'National Re publican ticket nominated at Chicago. By order Rep. Ex. Com. Irvin McD. Smith, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 March 1888

.7- fp ixVhi :&$ .. .'to. . '.' '1. - . A .- ;r iii.w i !-..-. ,- I-' " " r'i" .'. .J .I'JV l, t .lt iw . -r i; 'ST- 'v?7. .r ), t- TT. rV " r " t EWS-HERALI), HILLSBORO, O.THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1888. iv-' ' av g IV V V L, The News-Herald. Offlon Hoggard Building, W. Main St APRIL 6, 1888 We pay 80 eeats for food, hard mill la wheat.', - J. M. BOYD CO. m Next Saturday is stock sale day. College vacation occurs this week. Millinery and L. Richards. dressmaking Mrs. R. Miss E. P.Allen spent Easter vacation at Cincinnati. Get a pound of those condition ders at Garrett Bros. pow Clover and timothy seeds at lowest prices at Euverard & Kay's. m Miss Maggie McKeehan, o! Avondale, visited her parents here last week. O. M. Morrow, of New Vienna, was a business visitor, in Hillsboro Monday. m ' ; Miss Anna Bhinn, of Winchester, visited friends in this place last, week. Mrs. Margaret Frost, who has been very ill for a few days, is reported better. .. Prof; J. H. McKenzie's mother, of Wave...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 March 1888

TV -tsv n J".; H """j- i ," VfcT fw '-niy .j . , Tl"W -, 't,"-:hiii'' ws -KVi- -1" a. ". v 1j . -iffi ?u .' "; ' A KT m ( R K r "r ! i& W&' km' tj2 SS& fiWjyw t . b 'ifc. "(C ProfesslonallCards. R Carat Inuri jUn4f IMl Heal U lollows :1 I Inch, per year ... 110 it Inch, per year - . g Ulnon per year 8 Ten lines of this type make 1 Inch. . T.r.VAHCB. JOUN.T. lllllK. VJ rAMOR A HIRE, ATTOBNBVS AT XjA."W", H1L1.SB0RO, OHIO. Office Strauss Building. -ir W. GLKNN, M. . PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HituDOBo, Ohio. Omoi- Btranss Building. Bes'DEHCe No. 20 West Walnnt Street. T-VB. VT. VT. BHEPUKRD, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Uillseobo, Ohio. Officb No. 4, Short StreetTrimble's Block. fJ B. GARDNER, ATTOBNBT"AT Xj.VW HiLLSBono, Omo. Omen InStrauss Building, over Fetbel's store f- tt. SAMS, Attorney at Law and No ary Publio HlLLSUOHO, OHIO. Officb Over Jacob Sayler & Son's Jew elry 8tore,'8outh High Street. flHABLKS K. BOWLES, Attorney at Law and NotaryiPublio Hillsoobo, Ohio. Office B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 March 1888

' '' ""-Cii""' 5 Y-v. "ft v 7 4?- 9 NEWS-HEKAXP. HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1888. 'T fC' - -.A f ' fl'Vi 1 .-. ''J V 17 L Y 1 tj' ft ii iW- It , I TOWN DE8TR0YED. MlBBMOfth, Kimh, Ton to FiMett by Stoma. Oaly tktee Rmm left Btaadlag-niree himi KHle4 ud Xamber tlajaree.- ! KaXIII Crrr, Ma, March 80. Word has just been received of the almost utter do traotlon of the town of NInnoscah, King- aaa County, Kit., Saturday evening, at half-past seven, by a tornado. It had been ralalaf all day, and "as evening ap proaehed the atorm was aeen approach big from the south-west. It etruok the town and destroyed every thing la lta path, 'leering only three houtee atandlng In the whole place. Two churohee, fire atone and lit teen dwellings were torn to pieces, and the flying timbers killed three persona and maimed seventeen others. The YlcUaUerei Mrs. 3. C. Williams, with her .Infant, killed. Geo. & Hardesty, killed. Jas. Williams, both legs broken and sever al bruises, will probably die....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 March 1888

:'".--..- r,t- IJV" V, f hr ft. if lw. m WttAC 7S it." lrB? i5.'i ', ?Se twi SRi.. m OC' . fas ? ,1 -SZHZS' WS' :;"..- "M & V; ' , ALLrttSBURU. April 2d, 1888. Our diet are convalescing. Mrs. Thomas Hudson, of Blanchcster, was visiting her sister, Mrs. George W. .Smith, last week. Mr. G. W. Smith was calledlto Dunn's Chapel Friday, on account of the illness of his father. MARSHALL. .' April 2d, 1888. Our spring schools commence to-day. Mrs. Gall, from' near Belfast, is 'spend ing a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Burt Burnett, who is sick. Doc. Stethem and wife will move in Jim Shrock's property soon. jr. and Mrs. H. W. Spargur gave a ailing-a. few niehts since, which twSsJbearlily' enjoyed by those present. Miss'Hettie Keys is. attending school at the Conservatory of Music at Hills bo ro. The Sunday-school was re-organized at the Presbyterian Church yesterday with the following officers : Superintendent, Quinton Dick; Assistant Superinten dent, D. Williams ; Secretary, Ollie W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

'wv " a is ..rz i . .. t m r i'ff Lv.,r--r - 'r'"" V" F VT 'J Jt. r'n .' &e4 M-1;,' iffVirj, :r' .r ' 4 A: - A -: "" ,-. l Y "S 4 THE NEWS-HERALD. y ESTABLISHED 1837. gSfSffliJSSSSj SiVtS?:0- HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1888. VOL. 61 NO. 62 & - CAfi-rr- s ' c w vi; Saw ll ," -, uiHri M.. A HILLSBORO. Review of Highland Comi ty's Favorite City and Her Chief Industries. Truthful Statement Concerning tho Progress and Pros porlty of Her Push ing People. '". Her Aaraetaget a a Mace of Rest- ceaee, a. Trading Polat and for the Lecatloa of MaanfactarlBg Coaceru. To write a history of Highland county, ami to enter into a minute enumeration of its vast resources, its superior advant ages, doing justice alike to the county and writer would require a volume con taining much more space than we are able to devote in a newspaper article. We will have, therefore, to omit any but brief references to its early settlement ; we will have to pass over a description of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

J t ! 4 5 M - . r isti NEWS-HEttALD, HILLSBOftO, O. VS. - J U "' risks ' 5ri.,, Jj.;o " rTWWBmFW!2 SBiw . 3SfflW ?X Xfik''w yJ- .-As -.'iKriSLfi. ,v.u. ;. -" A, ,- S .,-'1 ' mmat'AvrAvmEmmm$y$mmMmtmswwm'' j - . . .' ""'""'''aiMMMSSMai--niii i r 1 0 W 1 r- BrS Wj f if. $&. feSfi v i.V . ?srz who began the manufacture of bells in a -. man way ms iraua nas nau a sieauy V -x and constant growth until now it is lJ vurv .lanro indeed, and stilt increaslnc. i( Some idea of this Increnso may be gained from tbo statemcnt;tliat nt first Mr. Bell only employed one apprentice and one laborer, and paid out, in wages, only even dollars per week. At the present writing employment is given to from forty to fifty persons, tho number some times being mora than a half a hundred. And ail average of over $500 per week is paid out in wages. While the original 30 by 60 shop has given way to two im mense buildings, 75 by 200, and 50 by 100 feet respectively, onenndtwo stories in height. Besides this th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

JWjjpPrjE Tv55mS -V- Tj-fSp"'-' ' '" v -Tf" p'J"5?5?7!Sl " AT v "( yr, j? - i-Tr' - V-,' . h '"-, -&.. ft lory completion. Tho affairs of this firm aro under the care of Frank H. Jeans, who has been connected with the con cern almost since its Inception, and who has had the general management of the business for the last five years. He is a young man, understands the business thoroughly, and is unquestionably the right man in the right place. Both of the proprietors are known as good citi zens and conscientious and thorough business men. Theirs is an enterprise deserving of success, and as they turn out work which cannot be excelled and treat their patrons in the most honorable and upright manner, we boo uo reason why this establishment should not con tinue to increase in wealth, solidity and reputation. JUllsboro Hardware Co. An Important feature In connection with the progress and prosperity of all cities is their well conducted hardware houses, y "'A a complete and comper hen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

' lK- "? -is-.? -'fa "ifhi 'iS fa 8 -J 4 W., I? j fW a 1 i ki J r tm Kraft'- mr ft- n Ai1 m I; KdX&Z mx. .A-gra v.r7'7''i ,'A TJ " 5?7 k v vg&- uTK; r. firry f The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BT TttE- Nawa-Herald Publishing Company. 4. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. 1 t JMCBIPTION, I.SO A VEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES BKB ADVBBTISING Made Known on Application. APRIL 12, 1888. Gas Tortus Electric Light. The city of Hillsboro is supplied with one of the best gas works in the country, which is owned and operated by our own citizens, whose interests are iden tical with those of the city itself. The city of Hillsboro is contemplating putting in an electric light plant, which is the property of non-residents, persons who have no interest whatever in the prosperity of our place. These are the plain statements of facts, and on these propositions we desire to say a few words. That our city is the possessor of good gas works thero can be no doubt, and that these same works produce a q...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

A.1 W1RS3 r74AVVi " jtr. 5'.V .: i&t vwr. . '.,r.v1-? M - " "' j . "Ym H rM" t . ""H3f atfa; -? tf EWS-HERALfr HILLSBORO, O.-THURSDAY,, APRIL 12, 1888, 5 -- .," P59 d'1 w,: &BW&&T3S3:rJW,&. P$$M& A f " ' f 1 -" ' "-" . iiii' i 1 1 i I ii i r i u. ,' 5. sktli V BTT". T- rui- I&.J i; -?$J& i TT wJ-JT E7 . i mal r 1 T T" . rif cd, and to thu honest and conscientious manner in which tho business has been conducted. Parties desiring anything in their lino wilt find ii to their advan tage to correspond with this firm, as they can offer some extra inducements. Messrs. Carroll & Downham are very entergetic in tho way of conducting their establishment, and they are regard" ed as among Hillsboro's most reliable citixens and business mem They are strictly honest and reliable in all their dealings, and we can cheerfully and con scientiously recommend them to the people of this and the surrounding, coun tlos as gentlemen worthy of ther patron age, and we hope ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

srnw J'J ' " w w . L J" -S i '"y iA . ' J 9- f V .' V J .'' V fpi !- ' - w 'Xi?' " X liC S 'V w-'., A ?.v-A - V.X 'j-l-' ?Ttj AW' AW .iii V n.'-- rv,i tfWS-HERAlD, HlLLSBQRO, O. TfiURSDMf jARIL 12,0:888 & ." ttT to - "; j ti --AV & ra 1 A v N $ t 11- a s a? -a;i " ri '? WtiSf- C niLLHBOKO. tConchidrtt rom fifth page. A M. R. Orr. if Of the various mercantile pursuits, hereare tew of more general interest and utility to ladies than those known fg millinery and notion stores. Nothing fean add more to the attractiveness and foauty ot womankind in general than a stylish and becoming hat or bonnet, the designing and construction ol which 'is a work of art. During our rounds in. this city we find no homo more worthy of mention than that bf M. It. Orr, both from the extent and class of goods kept in stock and his large trade throughout this section. Be fore entering this establishment one is attracted by the fine display of goods in the show windows, and by the skill shown in thelr...

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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. — 12 April 1888

'"it." ; -s3SWSi ftX v vv r -,. Ajf' vwMmns, Jl&r t-r-... "'.-f Jv,-ji 3" "V 1 't , Vjtw, wim. .'- ti - - & " ..ac 'ytf jirr NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O.--TgURSDAY. APRIL 12, i888. x "i : ;P i? - -- W3C?yv M S2 V fa .-..rft . j --.aj .-Tr- . ii ' - - The News-Herald. Oioil Boggard Building, . Mala It. APRIL 12, 1888 TREAN; i - THE-MORMON'S DAUGHTER. r ai.va xzlsov xsxat. WritUn WhlU Living In Utah. OpffMiUd, isfff, It ths A. y. Ktltoag Htm .paptr Co. AH Eights Sstervta. r i j. CHAPTER XXV.'-CotlCUWVK Ood In Heovonl ha had come too lata. Bis hooted blood flashed to Ice, then to fire Again, for tho flguro In tho light shifted Its position and lifted tho riflo again. But tho rescuer did not wait; with a bound he wont over tho assassin, striking him a terrlblo blow with tho revolver, and sending man and riflo "rolling In tho dust, then on thrpugh tho door and flung it Bhut. Llko lightning Elchard snatched up his revolver aud fired. and tho wild, begrimed and panting appa rition fe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

jbw -rsf?!5f 55V"Tf'..f.r "?fy r. ..: ;w v ', Vj,w , 'JV JK 'V. ,8 , o. Thursday, jj&&n?tiam$m ,. " ' . - NEWS-HERAJLD, HILLSBORO r;$K Em. P.. I' A' fe, V re fer ? i I t 3 & - ra V.' is-' ' IfcE3JLft 154' : - j mm fe p. .A Pv 'Sit 5 -2m h, : t -5fc - -l,airyirt OUR PLACES OF BUSINESS. 'Hillsboro stands way at the head in tho Immense stock of goods of every conceivable description carried by its merchants. Their stores are of the largest dimensions and their stocks are kept full and complete. It is a great satisfaction to buy goods where there are large assortments from which to se lect. The Hillsboro merchants, in this respect, have a very enviable reputation. They are celebrated far and near, not only for the extensive lines of goods they carry, but the grand bargains they offer. 'We ask yon to take up this paper at your leisure, and examine the articles regarding our business houses. You will notice it is a paper full of attrac tions. By and by, when you think of somet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

m IS i 4 n -' i!i'V.v,j i K ")s , ' r , if r1 "V 4 V ".-.. v.nT .v.r"i" a" l gp' News-Herald. Published every Thursday Jfiiwi-Herald Publishing Company. -. ( nunc BEBEE BARRERE. Ife: .;,r ns piuinbiiM 1 UMORIPTION, l.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ' ,?.-. rRA-TKB IPOB AJOVB3BTI8IN3- Made Known en Application. liXrAtflOTT. lO 1888. I'll,.,, , L 1 The Child Captive of Wyoming. " At ,3 o'clock on a cool September I , wornlng in 1848 1 left Eastern, Pa., on a IY.?WaaM Asiewtt frtf. TOTvnmttKy Vollntf. aivtv Canilea distant Although there were f6hly three passengers in the coach two women and a baby I took a 'seat ft; with the driver, for there were promises h scenery. Bat when we had.ascended to Nazareth, chilling vapors that came up ' ' from the river and valleys caused mo to Vi'seck comfort within the coach. We ' ' passed through the Wind Gap and breakfasted at the Roscommon Tavern. Then I resumed my seat with the driver. 1 .At noon we' reached the gently undula ting summit of the Pocono Mount...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 12 April 1888

kv?V js? ?? t '4...J-fc-uX.- v.''-3Sa6, "ft'.T-ft &.&& EL. $ jf? &, -ij r.isra'Sfcj StZi -$ fA, V The News-Herald, Offloei Hoggafd Building, W. Main St. APRIL 12. 1888 TEN PAGES. Cell at Morrow Bros, cooking oroek. and ma the excelsior Dr. Thomas, of Peebles, O. liere ImI Monday. wm a visitor Can tomatoes 10 cents, can corn 10 cents, at the West End Grocery. J. V. and B. 0. Arnott, of Qreenfield, were In cur city last Tuesday. Ladles call and see latest noTelttes in mllll aery at Emma Oox k Bister. Don't fell to call at Morrow Bros, to see their fine line of wall paper and window shade. Go to Morrow Bros, to bay your wall psper and window shades at prices to snit the times. Emma Cox k Bister, the fashionable High street milliners, defy competition In styles and prloes. Emma Oox k Slater hare jnst received a foil line of millinery and faney notions. Call and ee them. .- i J i i Mr. Walla Bmltb, who has been sojourning in the Bonth for several weeks put, returned borne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 April 1888

! Wpvr ,-w"-S:.n jv Jl T" H -. ! ' jr. . -z-fs "f ir t"r:-f ". inf rv - ' ,"- f ' ' 'r n -vy- ,. 1 vVWi . H Vw .' Kv( NEWS-HERALD. TJ .?' i.' k ESTABLISHED 1887. Entered at PosUfflo. Hillsboro, Ohio, eecond-elaaa matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO,' THURSDAY, APRIL 1 1888. "4tf VOL. 61 NO. 52 MMiiHMa il. 1 -- - ' - zr i .. h r .ev -i THE 1 jV i) . thel t fA S?i& WJrV It.- V4 g.t:, IWJV'VMr S.-S? V -! Last Week's Legislative-Letter. Columbus, O., April 7, 1888. The- Senate investigating committee have things lively. The committee adopted a resolution committing Mr. George Cole to the Franklin County Jail for contempt in refining to answering certain questions. But when brought beforethe bar of the Senate, and the questions repeated by Lieutenant Gov ernor Lyon, Mr. Cole concluded to give top the documents and answer the in terrogateriee. The committee (faked for farther time until the 4th. A bill to pre ele,ef..clgerettes and tobacco theH House bill allowing' the Auditor an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 April 1888

r v n S-S -. i fcv. .v-t- 'tr; is- ,v lt, ' ' - i - ," it . .-- rx Myk .1 ,tSH.t . '4 i r ... ST" . v wr. 5 Ifjp?! I-, Kt & ; t it IV W r- i I-. r !&" AS "T srV v . - w ; r S'ifa f v 4. ' f r''J Useful Baklag Powdor Facta. The following may prevent some housekeeper from being imposed upon : If, when two samples of baking pow der are tested by mixing with cold water one of them bolls up quickly, efferves cing like sedlltx powder, and the other slowly, foaming like yeast, and perhaps standing over the top of the Rlass, it is an evidence of the purity of tho former and tho adulteration of the latter. The different action of the second is caused by the addition of flour or lime, or both. Put a little flour in tho other and mix it .thoroughly, then stir into the water and the samp result is produced, the action lieing more or less slow according to tho amount of flour added. HUSTLING OUT OF BED. Bow the Fire Laddies of Clnolmintl Turn Out. The Cincinnati Fire Department is sevent...

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