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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 April 1888

t '? , "- :; i-nriy."- i? " " ' ' -', '.$r':?5T" '"' "' "W' rrX!r"&i?Jj-r lX It, . ,1-1 " - '. v if-y.- t '.; yv . aa j(i i !. 0 'sa 3 w V". NEWS-HERALD, HILSLBORO, O. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888. & v' l . h Ba rAr " "V TF&yrnm-s ;; Ii s. ' 5- 3 . 43f PRIDGEON'S COFFIN. The BvanellVs Wits Ofajeot to tta Baina Taken Horn, bat the Beeeatrle Old Mwbn Carries HI Point. AtUhta, Ga., April 11. Dr. Prldgeoa,' the men who preached his own funeral sermon near Athens last Bandar, has had trouble with bl family. After the ser mon wu all oyer he deilred to carry the ooffln home with him and put It away un til such time a Its eerrlcei ehould be re quired. Hit wife, who bad quietly borne all of his foolish whims up to this time, asserted her authority and declared that the ooffln should not enter her bouse, until there was some cause for Its. presence. She was so firm that he per-, mltted her to hare her own way, and It was carried to a neighbor's house, where permission to leare it was ...

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. — 19 April 1888

Li IKp L.V ' ft- v 'vffv 1 hr&V.v jS?. NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBtiftO, Q. THUfiSI)lrAgnMgafifr .. C ,f - W httiv ii r" F'"'- ;:" - VT LggWWRy , - -g rri- 'via-i.., , .. :. . - " n.i..'rr.'-8,:5' : ,. - ,,r xt"-.-. ",:?;; !fSk&3vM num., m :&s&.'a:t v -fj e j k-.".; . '-: .it - i i . " . a j - j . . . r unJtr v .7 fe M WAi. iW. h :! I I'? 1ST n I fe" vFm- w vm i&A The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY News-Herald Publishing Company. H. W. IARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UBtCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. IIATKS FOB ADVBlBTISINa Mad Known 'en Application. APRIL 19,- 1888. The Ohio Stnto Legislature adjourned lost Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock until January 8th 1889. l', - fifjj His 'now positively asserted that Sec jv retiiry Bayard will in June marry Presi wentScieveland's mother-in-law, Mrs. Folsom. The Emperor of Germany is in a des perate condition, and the expectation of Kurope is that his death will occur with in a few days, perhaps hours. ' At the Congressional 'Con...

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. — 19 April 1888

w.r.v3?fl - i r ' - , i JT- -.. - ... .. .. ... ..... NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O.-r-THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888. l i I 4, I .X V, The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Bnlldiagi W. Vain 8t. APRIL 19, 1888 We pay 80 cents for rood, hart mill. lag wheat. J. M. BOYD CO. . Elgar Barrero is visiting relatives in Indians. Two bars German soap for Ave cents at the West End Grocery. Clover and timothy seeds at lowest prices at Euverard & Kay's. Lookout for our great annual broom day at the West End Grocery. Mr. Ulric Sloane will deliver the Mom. orial Day oration at New Vienna. Twenty-five bunches golden yellow Port Lamon bananas to-day at the West End Grocery. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bidononr, of Springfield1, are visiting Mrs. Bidenour's patents in thk city.- " .' $ ' ' Mrs. Sadie Lemons and Miss Frank Adams, of Winchester, visited relatives in this city last week. Mrs. N. B. Van Winkle, of Blanchester, spent last week with friends in New Market and this place. Fayette county's two Democratic paper...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 April 1888

-v ." H."-V,- sssTBT-f, K . W-Ji.T. l.IVvSPrW TKsTVdWl X :js:"c ' v -.r ' , ''' -n . . v rs7rTi f: : NEWS-HERALI), HIIASBORO, O. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1888. ''... 6 SK CcV -""i -' 4. V V IV ' IN t, M 1 I ' ii K fl i fe '.V V w V5L ? H fe j-tet. i- v V .- 1 HiSf-i Vi v Professional Cards. i Cares Irrtrs.Ustsf Hill Head u teHews : I Ineh, per yetr ............. ............410 9A IllOh, perytsr........ ............ 8 U Inert per year................... I Tan lines of this type make ltnoh. T. . VAltCB. JOHN T. HIBS. XTAXCK BIBB, .TTORISrE-H-S A.T X.A.W, UlLIABORO, OniO. Opwck Strauss Building. Xir W. OLBNN, M. D. s PHYSICIAN and SURG-EON, Hillsbobo, Ohio. Ofitce Strauss Building. Bcs'Oiko No. 20 Wet Walnut Street. D B. VT. VT. SHEPHERD, PHYSICIAN and SURG-EON. Hillsbobo, Onto. Orncx No. 4, Short BtreetjTrimble'e Block. Pi B. GARDNER, ATTOBNBy"aT X,.A.W Hillsbobo, Orao. OmcsInBtrauss Building, over Felbel'sstors 7x N. SAMS, Attorney at Law and No ary Public HILLSBOHO, OHIO. Office Orer Jh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 April 1888

l31T fLtaJJrflJJL -L? w.rjx:jTz r ip ?wwwp .Ti s V ' "' jvll "-.-"' Tb ' vi -. TKSfW7 ..-.-? 1 -f V- v : 'Tw.,-ifi t-: -v : ?i . : : " ' - w j,f f tf" -., .- r ; ' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY. APRIL 19, 1888. 7.i - a V v , i i -. j -.. , t.-f r r . The News-Herald. Office Hoggard Building, W, Main St APRIL 10, 1888 UNDER A CLOUD; -OB,- CLEABING HIMSELF. The Thrilling and Absorbing Story of a Great Crime B JBMKIB DAVIS BCRTOWt Aothob or "Her Ltra'e Sicnir," Onus BTOBtM. Oopyrtthtti, last, by (At X JV. KtlXogg Nnctpapir Compaty Mt Bightt 4itrua CHAPTER t. TWO O A KIKD. O MORS package to give out till we reach the city! I may at well lock up, then. First to see that every thing it hip shape! Queer how much character these bundles take on to one who Is used to them. There's a little fort une in these money envelopes, though it's doubtful if the senders will all get their money's worth in return. This pack age marked 11,000, 0. 0. D , is going back to the jewelry nrm it came from...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 19 April 1888

'-Ik'' ,V "jaBmsmNmw!wwr'i- .. ' f"wc? .? " m .yv TAi,L-t w . TC . . 'i.t'Wt 1 -u. TT" -7 -iAv .... mf6H iV' JMi''i" u. .u lSJfiL, K-f.Jfcv,, - v- :i.,-,:TC1 TT-n-i-'.-rAr; tttt t a iJVTrv A -fWrrtarv A t I'M il JDi n o"xixuxi.AXii-i rtxjujuo pyjvv vt7"x jx v jjjv x EssjsjMJl pssiwsjsaMssssw fV w; passr.-asBwi- -o " j. .- j - ', V ' "srjrft--" , "t,-" X : -- T p- , . K-Wj&M&hitf'- A ;&mmmmm ss -Etr t-VTHls V . ? m T IV , UK m I. nf. tiu. ar i f f II m ffe 1i fe, PRrvC' Ss&l & r-Z. i.f.3 'Wfi ;f5f. r 'itTlfe . W ?v.S3ar 4k& -$-' i -i 4lL &: LEESBURB. April 10th, 1883. Mrs. Dr. Beeson has been visiting Relatives at Centerfleld. Mrs. Jane Borutn, oi New Lexington, Was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Beeson last week. G. W. Smith made a business trip to Hillsboro Monday. Mrs. E. R. Beeson and Mrs. Lewis Hoskins were visiting friends at New Lexington Wednesday. Miss Mary Patton, of New Lexington, is canvassing Leesburgand vicinity with three valuable publications. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

V'1i"w '"i?, i -v-r"",'t ' vC ji && F1XS $ 7 3k THE NEWSMERALD. M ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-offlee, HUlsboro, Ohio, as tecond-olasa matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1888. VOL. 52-NO. 2 -.rSf'tft"5. !. vM COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES or the Lynchburg Schools. Public Heven Young Ladles and Gentlemen Finish Their High School Studies In a Highly Creditable Manner. Last Friday evening the Lynchburg public schools held their second annual commencement In the M. E. Church ol that jJce Jiot matil recently, did J .the this school, but under the present effic ient corps of teachers and progressive Board the undertaking has been crown ed with abundant success, which state ment was fully verified by the exorcises of last Friday evening. The members of the Board are Cyrus Noble, Thomas Montgomery and Hugh Murphy, all wide awake and energetic men, who are ever zealous in the cause of education and advancement. These men know when they have a good corps of te...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

zwpt - J-v A.U3 US l-i .V ."1 i -yf .. , i - ( j:,:j? 4 KEWS-SBiRAtit), miilBOROd.THlfBSiSAY, "V, '. ' ? a' i it . "J ir. K3v t ' " f.ftv ' "&, bATfGEROtlS t00l ADULTERATION The rrnndnletit Use or Alnm and Mine In Chfun Baking; Powders. If consumers prefer to bay an adulterat ed article ol fond because It cnn he bad at n tower price they undoubtedly hove the llulit to do so, provided tbe adulterants are not of a character Injurious to health If such articles are not falsely sold as pure and the customer Is not deceived as to their real character, tbe transaction la not Illegitimate. But the great danger In the truffle In adulterated food arises from the deception that is practiced by manufacturers usually classing such goods as pure. Tbis Is almost Invariably done when the adulter ant Is one that Is Injurious to bealtb. For Instance, manufacturers nf alum andjllme baking powtlerslnot only fall to Inform tbe public of the real characterof their goods, but carefully conceal the fa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

.-imr ti -fv? ' wyj3w? '5 "J HH" "rrsi tzmt&asstS :wr rV' r v ? i v- ?.- . N-WS-HflRALP, HILSLBORO, P. THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1888. r fa v, FIFTIETH CONGBESS. lint Bastion. i WAiHlKOTOW, April 11 Ssnatc -Mr. 8tw rt Introduced a but to irsnt Mr. Marlon wait r, pnilon ot 18,000 per nnom. Replle were reoeired to tns Inquiry s to the expense 'of putUnt the Oorernment and Dlitriot wlrei tinder (round. Mr. Rlddlebener asked action j on a resolution to consider tht fUherlet treaty in open session, out on objection It went over. A financial debate wai participated tn until t p. bl, when the Dakota bill came up. Mr. Spoon er speaking In Its f aror. Mr. Vest obtained tho floor and the bill went oyer. Two prirate pen alon bill Tttoea were read and referred. After executive nation the Senate, at 4:49 o. m- ad journed. Boms Under the eall of Btatea bllla wen jlntrodueed. The rlyer and harbor bill came up under the oall of oommltteet under suspension, and Us reading wai demanded. The motion to e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

111 I yji. Ktfb. t" "iifWftW e."e PA t " ! - T iS- Xir-nflr. "f . 1 i ij r-Y ; r"t- U . Ir . tf s 3 nw ...,K-m n-' r r ' toswt : f r-Jr-s ' r V Ntfe-. NEVS-HERALD,HIIilBtRO;iBAMil3.SB8 ' 't. r' V, ryT m 4 tt Zh F& m :lK.. IvpB ci" &- 'ras i .&&: f5 The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY News-Herald Publishing Company. 4. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RA.TBS TOB ADVERTISING Mad Known en Application. APRIIr26, 1888. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. vi - 5 ,. Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WXIXSJONES. Capt. D. M. Barrett, Hon. J. J. Purs ley, Capt. E. Carson, Ewing Newby, Raper Duckwall, D. Q. Morrow and Cy rus Newby, of this county, were in Day ton last week at the State Convention. The Highland delegation was solid for Judge Bradbury and active in his be half. Capt. E. Carson, of this city, was elected one of the vice-presidents of the Ohio .Republican League at the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

" &.a :r-v & '.& 7r4 I ; 4 Vi I i - vs The News-Herald. Oloai Hoggajrd Building, W. Main It APRIL 26, 1888 We pay 81 cents for feed, hard will lag wheat. J. M. BOYD CO. Next Friday is Arbor Day. See the Excelsior Cooking Crock at Morrow Bros. Mrs. R. W. Lylo is visiting her mother at Sanders, Ky. Headquarters for wall paper and win dow shades Morrow Bros. Mr. Richard Sharp, of Kansas, is vis iling the family of Col. T. A. Walker. Another lot of choice Port Latnon ba nanas to-day at the West End Grocery. m Mrs. Fred Schermer returned, from her sojourn in Florida last Friday even- Uing' " Beautiful curtain scrim nice, enough ,; Jorra parlori'pniy 8 cents a yard, at Hib- ben's. . A handsome specimen of Amaryllis on ' erhititlon this week at the West End Grocery. . Mrs. Fred Trosky, of Indianapolis, visited friends in this city during the past week. Prof. H. 8. Dogett, ye editor of the Wellston Argui, spent Sunday with lis family. Mr. Simon Ochs, who has been in Vicksburg, M...

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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. — 26 April 1888

y"7-' v 7- -t, v" " . fjv '?; v- " kt',1 'WV"! .. -CV "n-"W,. " "VW, re-' -T 1 . VI !-MK J .. .JV.V.i, ,, -V J.,,, ''V 1", .. ' - ll.rfr ."1"., 'V- .1 ... !v ;,, v .v:r,tf T .' V.7 - i . . Ml W j t - t '$?; v.. ,r . w f-'c-'t e Wp ML IT -, -T P L ; 4 ... ISSi " Viifl. n to SOT 1. "I. v5' JSX. f-. K - Professional Cards. Carat lRMriUnMr!kli Heat m toHows: I Ineti, pr year............... .110 S Inch, per year Inch per year .......... Ten lines ot this type make llneh. T. r. TAKCB. JOHK T. HIBB. "TT AWCB BIRR, -A.TTORlNTB"3rS A.T IiAW, HILLSBOBO, OHIO. Office Btrauas Bolldlnl. Vy W. GLENN, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hillsbobo, Ohio. Office Stranss Building. Res'desce No. 20 West Walnut Street. pvB. VT. W. 8HEPHKBD, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. HlLLBBOBO, Onio. , Oma-No. .4, Short BtreetjTrlmble's Block. G B. QABDNBB, AITOBNB7 AX X.A'W HiixsBono, Omo. OmcB InStranss Building, over Fetbel's store N. SAMS, Atl .ttomey at Law and No ary Publio Office Over Jncob tfayler 4 Bon's Jew try Htore,'....

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

SY';' 1 v' rviw' " ,V 'v-V 1.J ?" -v. ' V"5-! u s - -Yi" ' V V j 1 - J" j ! -. -v 'i TU' ' 4C" Si ? z ' -1-' -' - - . t ' " I NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O.-HURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1888. 7 j; iw -a K .' ife!. -f t . ,-x . .' ? tsu. ? i. KMST Hft --j fii-TJ iS- IV1 The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggwd Building, W. Main St. APRIL S8, 1888 UNDER A CLOUD; CLEABING HIMSELF. Th Thrfflloff and Absorbing Story of a Oreat Crime, BT JEMM1H DAVIS BUKTOlt, Actrob of " Han Lira's Bscsurr," jjtd Oman Stobu. - Copyrtghtti, mi, bpthiA.W. KtUoQj Ntwtpaptr Company. AllStghUJUnmi. CHAPTER m. tTRCLa AMOS. Amos Bergman owned a cottage in a west side suburb, where he kept up a plain but comfortable establishment. Hevwas a bachelor of fifty, a small, mild man, looking even older than he was. One-half of his friends and acquaintances regarded him aa a crank, while the rest maintained that, in spite of some eccen tricities, he had a fund of native shrewd ness that might have been genius under different circumstances. The...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 April 1888

wi a - ',; ''ilF '3Wr v - 'llPr M " 'JWHBPMPII ;Va , v . 8 NEWS HERALD, HILIiSBQO, i-THBSAY; lArPBte ;2g;Vl88& rasufi'V " p 'l ' - -- -- - - - - -- - - ... - .- . '. -t? fcflf t I ?. IS .. xV" ?r yjt Ms to : " .7- K P" . $& -E& hw. J' .! &; -yte. M s TURKEY BOTTOM. April 22d, 1888. The prospects for wheat in this local ity are very poor. The farmers in this locality are very busy preparing the ground for spring croys. Mr. and Mrs. Rut us Foraker, of Brown county, were the guests of Thomas Ilalsting and family Sunday. Frank Ruse has occupied the house vacated by J. E. Foust. TAYLOBSVILLE. April 23d, 1888. A. J. Osborn and Win. Boyd are build ing a large barn for Mr. Wm. Wills. Kennedy, Kibler & Co. have moved their mill on to the land of Mr. Cristo pher Roberts. Letters received from U. Q. Roberts and Mac'Purdy, who are attending the Normal School at Valparaiso, state that they are well pleased, and are getting along nicely. Elder J. W. Ruble was the guest of Mr. ...

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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. — 3 May 1888

.,- 'VO in, & THE NEWS-HERALD. i 41 E33TABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-offloe, Hllliboro, Ohio, m kteond-olaas matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1888. VOL. 62 NO. 3 Ly V - ? . , .1 r . i i ij IT A SWORD WITH A HISTORY. Returned to Iti Owner, L. T. Curry, of 1'eatea, April. 14, 1888, Alter a Quarter of a Century. fFenton, Mlcb., Independent. Lieut. L. V. Carry, of this place, loat hit sword at Murfreesboro, Tenn., in Ju- ly, 1862, and of course never expected to Boe or hear of it again, but Mr. E. E. Rowo, of Lansing, happening to be in Murfreesboro last' month, became ac quainted with the owner of the historic blade, and wrote to a Lansing paper the following : LIBUT. CUBBY'S SWORD A. laWlY, OU ; blawi wArriHa vcVa cLAnuHT. " Lansing, March 17. -A. 'letter from a resident of Lansing now sojourning in Murfreesboro, Tenn., contains the fol lowing announcement : Capt. 0. A. Sheaf e, a gallant officer in the federal forces in the civil war, now an attorney 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. — 3 May 1888

;S7 e,v- ' w 'rf -iv V tJ.v.3 la c H It I1 ib . 15 l j "' i B? , ", ? -r 2 p?PRICEls k CREAM PRPR,C J AKIN g tunmiRC TTted by the United States Government. fndorsed by the heads of the Great TTnlvor-'itles and Public Food Analysts, as the Strongest, Purest and most Healthful Dr. Price e i Cream Baklne Powder does notcontaln Ammonia, Lime or Alum. Dr Price's Delicious Fla-. orlng ijr tracta, Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Rose, etc, do not contain Poisonous Oils or Chemicals. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., Nat York. Chicago. St. Louis. Flora McDonald. (Copyrighted 1888, by Funk & Wagnalli In the winter of 18-10 I started to fol low the line of General Green's famous retreat before Cornwallis from the Ca tawba to the Dan, in 1781 ; but soon turned eastward to l"ayetteville, North Carolina, where I arrived toward sun set on a mild January day. In the even ing I called upon Mrs. McL , a sprightly Scotch woman and a widow, eighty-seven years of age. She was the "oldest inhabitant" in all ...

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. — 3 May 1888

?;er Kl, - ' K tfU: ALIVE AND WEALTHY. A Romance -Elnnlnir Eastern Coast, on the Shlftlag to the Faelfle and Winding tip on Lake Rrl, I CunmAMB, O., April 85. A peculiar cam cams to light to-day by tfaa filing of a petition for dlvorco. At the close of the rebellion Miss Floretta A. Robertion and John W. Copelahd wore marrloi In New Kngland, with the happiest prospects for the fnture. They bogan housekeeping la the outskirts of a thrifty villus;, and In a few years beoame prosperous. Threa children came to bless tho union, and the domestic happlneis of the pair was complete. During the Centennial year the husband caught tho gold fever, and b d ding his wife and babies gooJ-bye, he de parted for the Pacific Slope full of visions, in whloh a colossal fortune, easily earned, Was the central figure. During the first year of tho husband's absence he wroto frequently, and his letters wero fult of bright anticipations. The second yoar he wrote less frequently, and as tlmo wore on his lette...

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. — 3 May 1888

'V J,5 4"- v; pSeSsSlllfWiy "SfI I f T""v . - V.W'jJ,- -1 c l -!iil r&V-V , mCsiMaii8Mi'i??y NEWS-HERALD, HILLS! A ! ,J-i n ISt .v r &' y IS I'', The News-Herald. tf ruDLiontu EVERY THURSDAY .1- Vtws-Herald Publishing Company. , lARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. IPtUBtCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ABATES FOR -A-DVEJUTIStNO- liv Made Known on Application. j! ' unro 1888. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, , $ .DANIEL J. KYAN. Supreme Judge, JOSKPH P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Member of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY. The Mills Tariff Bill is being debated in dead earnest at Washington. Ohio has 102 post offices which have gross receipts amounUngto$3,000a year. t Let us have fractional currency. There is no good reason why the bill providing for its issue Bhould not be passed. Amid all the worry and trouble.at tending the working for a second term Cleveland still has time to veto pension bills. Washington C. H. has a now Repub lican paper the ...

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. — 3 May 1888

' tf '. .!.-. - ,---, - - tfninratTTiinim ttrrrcmAns -. mtrrinntN i tr .-.. -.. . r-.i jjuwo-riJdjxiAjjJLF, xixiju9X3Wjn.w, u. xnuBSjjAi, mai , iC5o. O '. fc k r ite The News-Herald. Offloei Eoggud Building, W. Mali Bt. KAY 8, 1888 We pay 88 eeati lor feed, hand mill leg whtst. J. H. BOYD CO. Drugs, paint, oils ShofsUll & Co.'s. and dye staffs at f Don't fall to try one of Morrow Bros. Excelsior Cooking Crocks. m A bargain in band made torchon lace, two inches deep 7 cents, at Hibbens. - Beautiful curtain scrim nice enough for a parlor, only 8 cents a yard, at Hlb- bon's. m Miss Mamie Loyd, of the City of Mex ico, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. V. H. I Nulle. 1 a A number of Hillsboro people, "took in" the excursion to Portsmouth last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Qulnn and little daughter, of OhiUicothe, visited relatives here last week'." r ' -, See the new spring goods hf .Hibben's before you buy a dress, and avoid the pang of remorse. Go to Morrow Bros; if you wish' to see an...

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. — 3 May 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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