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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 June 1888

TM'M' fl .VSfflV "ly- itf." -:- ;T-f,wsr'r-; ,m'ri,.. - v- n a J - ' , W .,TjT (-' ' V ""' ' ' ? '' V &rWM? " " .." -,'. ,. rnr ' Hf " ' ' hVI ""J. .v I i " ir i i . w r r -.. O V ,S I ii : r&7T" r.- . P?PRICE$ BYteBNBHeMBHBYfeBBNBnsTeBl JjAKlNg Sew? " M!?tet JRfi?HE& --- h-w -w-a nunifHWa n-taa. niiuuKUBii J 2.:?!if -7,7?r.108 not contain Ammonia, Lime -...., , auuim, jxjmun, urango, Aimonu, uose, etc, do not contain PoMonons Oils Of Chemicals. WUOEBAKIKO POWDER CO., Naw York. Chicago. St. Loula. OUR NEIGHBORS, The Doings of Surrounding Counties As Called from Their Local Pa pers, with Occasional Comment. Washington 0. II. public schools on rolled 1,000 this year. Georgetown will have a big celebration on (ho Fourth of July. "A Dairy Maid's Iloeeption" was hold at Now Vienna last Tuesday evening. lt.ttaviu township, Clermont county, will vote on local option Saturday, June 2d. The Seventh Day Adventisls will hold a tent meeting in Wilmington, commenc ing Juno 18th. Os F...

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. — 14 June 1888

tr..srTss , T ' ' ::W .If t'. y.S "V v VTaft!! NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY SPAY, JUKE 14, 1888; , "- '-f 'ffV '- ?." i 4 KWmBW fe. 4,; , tr ? Peculiar Many peculiar points make Hood's 8ar Mparllla superior to all other medicines. Peculiar In combination, proportion, and preparation ot lngredlanti,C Jk Hood's Sarsaparllla pos5csseV tho full curatlvo valuo ot thoyr V best known tomoiloBrMrrot Uio Tcectablo klng-rOdom. Peculiar In I'SfctJ'r strength , and economy rCHood's Bar saparllla ls6tJtno only mcdl- clno oty, whlch can truly ' be sald,rO r " Ono Hundred Doses One ijQkDollar." Medicines In Drlarger and smaller bottles Jr rcqulro larger doses, and do not produco ns cood results ns Hood's. Tecullar In its medicinal merit, Hood's Sarsaparllla accomplishes cures hith erto unknown, and has won (or Itself, tho tltlo of "Tho greatest bloodrOtJ purifier over illscovoroa.,r flX Tecullarln Its " good namo lSgr homo," thcro Is tiovtr noro ot Hood's Sarsaparlllar aold In lowoll, whoro...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

"iiw.i:&M J." in' Si, i5W- v1 j r.ftS-." 'if?? -; . VHJwmmNamENFy rzv-t ., tV ' .l " ' "J V t v . p'tr1'n'i 'sot:. "i"" .- " v V "l'b A ffi rir .vi ffil- w .V . jn T irj ' " ?' TPT-TF IHERALD. VJyifVi L-'C . 'U ii -1. i ESTABLISHED 1837. r.iitured nt Pnit-omce, Hlllnboro, Ohio, iim econd-clius mttltor. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHICV THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1888. VOL.62 NO. 10 4i y .." rsiKW I ' im-z LTPHit. Ill ffl A i, r cri tlf'W . KNIGHT OF THE GRIP'S Naw York Letter Number Two. Ho Describes tlio Mansion tho metropolis' Mil lionaire?!. of Central Park, with Its Innumerable Attraction Tlio Metropolitan Art Hallery The Elevated Railway and the Under- ground Hystom. New Yornc, May 10th, 1889. Tho other day I took a stroll up Fit th Avenue, the Belgravia of tho American metropolis, the center of its fashion and splendor, tho homo of its merchant princes. It is nt its best on a bright sunny afternoon when it Is thronged with elegantly llvercd turnouts, rolling along usually toward C...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

.(. c sn . ft l l J A E" i. i n ,. i tt'.ji I'M - - - - -- - jm mm 1 1, i mi 'MWMmIWMIPMMM Bw .t ,"- ' . -w .Jnvi $ K-t GAGGED AND ROASTED. Toi hiring tin Old Gontloman for Hla Monoy. (winching Experience at the linnet of a (Inns of Humans. 'iTTfiiunoii, I'A., Juno 11. An atrocious b'toago is reported nt FolrChnnco, about two mile from Unlontown. Bnmuol Hum tort, un old resident of Knlr Cbanco, was assaulted by maskod men at hit rosldonco' nl midnight Mnturdny, arid subjected to K!U tortures to mako blm rilscioso whero Ins monoy was secrotod. At that hour Ifumbort, who lives alone, was nrousod dy a knock at bis door. Irr rcsponso to his inquiries ns to who was there, tbo li n outside asked (or a drink of wator. don tbo man openod tbo door to comply with their roquost ho was soiled tirJ gagged. Two rulllnns then soarched ind house, but failed to find any thins of y I lie, wucroupon tboy commanded tholr tnptiro to sunomlor his tnonoy and valun b lis. lie Insisted that ho had no monoy....

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

it'j.'VVs'" , ' WW m fc t " msrt M'i- .,r,rr i t ..V-'i 1 V K.. X I J i ' s . to I rf i -r& P (t ft ft Lv - to kriM. v r ! ' " & fmmiLMjLi--Lj-ijJ-a-iiMa-AiiMunmmmwifrTk'r- IFlETlfcTH CONGKESS.- Pint Session. yMmnawrt, June II. Sbhatu. A number o( hijls were reported and placed on the colon oar. A' resolution wns agreed to, Instructing the Judiciary Commltteo to Inquire And report whether lead ore Is exempt from duty when l contains gold or silver. Mr. Stewart Introduced resolution which went over, calling for tho names ot thoso lofferijg bonds for salo to tho Government, Tho credentials of Senator alb son (Louisiana) were presented. Tho fisheries treaty was then considered In opon executive session. After a speeoh by Gray further con sideration was postponod nntll Juno 83, and at 8:13 p. m. tho Senate adjourned. . Hocsc. 13111 wero Introduced undor tho call of States, drosvenor (Ohio) ottered a resolution assigning July s, 7.0, 1011, and 19 for consideration of general pens...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

t " fVh 5 -t t, J, 1HT( X ClV t V- i . W ", '. v ,'- 5?S fo.. : I'1 I rf " h It Kv h A. The News-Herald. , - nv TUB Niwa-Herald Publishing Company. t. W. RARRERE. BEIEE BARRERE. k I JICRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 11A.TKS TOR AIVJBIITISIN3- Mdt Known on Application. If JUNE 21, 1888. Republican State Tioket. Socretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. 8upremo Judgo, JOSKP1I P. BRADBURY. Member of Bonrd of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Membor of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY. What Frco Trado Means. "The Issuo of protection is lncalcula- My stronger and greater tban any man, fur it concerns tho prosperity of the 1 reset and of generations yet to come. Wore it posslblo for every "voter of the l:-publlc to seo for himself the condi tion and recompense of labor in Europe, i no party of free trado In tho United fc lutes would not receive tho support of one wage-worker between tho two oceans. It may not be directly in our poll er as philanthropists to etevate the European laborer, but it uillbea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

K ,1 &' ' i -V . HV V'jy 4",f ; ' . . lr J ' J. V li (i; a aj ii i' itiii iii i r The News-Herald. " Offlooi Hoggard BnlMlng, W. Main fit. JUNE 31, 1888 J ASH PAID FOR J. S. ELLIFRITZ ft CO. We par 00 cents for good, hard mill' lug wheat. J. M. BOYD St CO. Oo to Euvorard & Kay cories. lor your gro- Oharllo Scott, of Delaware Unlvorlty, is home lor the Bumraor vacation. A bargain in hand tnado torchon laco, two inches deep 7 cents, at Hibbens. Coffee, 10 cents por pound, tea 25 cents por pound at Euvorard & Kay's. One Jersey cow, (or Bale by O. J. Eckli'.y. m i . .- Miss Bof tha Gvlter, of Ohillicotho, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. W. Downham. Cabbage, beats, beans, peas, roasting ears and cucumbers at tho West End Grocery. Mr. F. B. Parks returned from Valpa Tosio, Ind., on Wednesday evening of last week. m Faint your buggy for Boely Bros.' coach paint. (Garrett Bros. 75 cents with Sold only, by Trank Conard and family, of New Yienna,were in attendance at the College com...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

' - WSfH-SSi - V -:',v ;;.-; -... ' jSI '& t vf&WW5iW h?L up n pr '.A 0 Bdlk' ' JN JjJ V p-rxJiiriiVJU-Ly u.xuXiauDix, v r"J-Q--.;JvJ.--J- u;jmp,,.r'H' v' " .-,. - T-.or,: . 'M? j iw iii i im mm i i r 1 i i m i i ' i -? . ' . .," . ' ' " ' ' . ' L "" ' ' . ' ' M" -- . '-' -. -... , . ,, .,,,,. .,,.. . ,. , , 1 , ... M, I , in - m i i .. i il i . ii 1 I i i t f -. - I 1 V . - Professional Cards. Iirds lncrl:d Under (hit Head'i follows: 1 iuah,perycir i 110 i Inoh, par year M .. r, luel per our , 3 Tnllnesof mistype innkel luch. T.P, VANCK. iCHM T. IIIUK. TfANCK IIIUK, y'.i?TOinsri3Trs j.rv x.a.'w, Hit.LHii()!t, Ohio. OppicK Hlrnuu Itnlldltig. "ty W. OI.ENN, M. I. PHYSICIAN and SUB.GEON, llii.t.snono, Ohio. OrnoB Biraius Building, ItEs'DENCB No. 20 Went Walnut Street. !D It. W. W. SUKl'IIKIlIl, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hillsbobo, Ohio. Okvick No. 4, Skoit StreetTrimble's Block. "Vlt. K. McAllTIIUK, "I HYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLLsnono, Ohio. inner. Corner High aud Walnut Strcota. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

.i'I 1 ' '-v,;5"" V V- f f iJi ". vl- y V ' if ' , i$v v " a ,. II f Mr ' . LW l jjfcTTW fcfclhtoMtMi fl."i mi ii t ! " I CREAM Mug tf fern? OmA by (hsUattad BMIM ftorarament Rndoraed by the ho&dtof tlio Great tfnJYjrttlea s4 Pobllo Food Analyst, sstw Stronjost. Purest and most Healthful. I)r. rrlre'a Crrsm Mktnc Powitor doe notcnntilo Ammonia, I.lms or Alnm. Dr. Price's DMIctons Flavoring Bx tract, vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Almond, Itose, etc., do not contain Poisonous Olio or Chemical, PRIGS BAKING POWDER CO., New York. Chloog-o. St. Loula. A CommoH-seiise Remedy. In the matter of curatives what you want is something that will do its work while you continue to do yours a remedy that will give you no inconvenlenco nor interfere with your business. Such a remedy is Allcock'a Porous Plasters. These plasters are purely vegetable and absolutely harmless. They ro qulre no change of diet, and are not affected by wet or cold. Their action doeanotinterfero with labor or business ; you ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 June 1888

?M u-: -y , , .. : . if ,M, ' iffy, ' Uii.-TW. ... , ,-?' A,tr a .;v r--a.'g-aa '-'jrinBS s . ;. f ,, ,! 'lT 45 n,i '.7 'iid - ' ? -h AY 1 m - imy SS S8B "X. a T.' &.? r k Uf " w -Vft M- v , Dyspepsia Makei tlio lives of many people miserable, aad often leads to self-destruction. Distress After eating, sour stomach, sick licadaclic, heartburn, Ion of nppctlto, a faint, n gono" feeling, bad taste, coated tongue, and Irrcgu -, . larlly of tlio bowels, aro WIBTr0SS somo of tlio moro common Aftor smptoms. Dyspepsia docs Boutins' not BCt wcl1 ot ,tsc"' ' Killing requires careful, persistent Attention, and a remedy like Hood's Sarsa parllla, which n's gently, yet surely and efficiently. It tones tlio stomach and other organs, regulates tlio digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus AIqIc overcoming tho local s)mp- u u toms removes tho smpa"68CnO thetle effects of tho dlscaeo, banishes tho headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. " I have been troubled with dyspepsia, I had but ll...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 June 1888

,t t !"tyw M;t'ujr V v i&? 'mWPi'-5 .. ! ,v S "fIil ' tfHillTfl ..-.. 'A . .,.' h THE NEWS-HERALD. .HI f V& .v ESTABLISHED 1837. Knlrred at l'ontomcc, Hllldboro, Ohio, in fcccond-olAM mnlter. ' HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 2,8 1888. VOL.52-NO.ll Wll 4 f'Vns., Lifl (Ull - KNIGHT OF THE GRIP On "the Son, tho Dnvk Blue Son." Ocean Lilfo ns Enjoyed liy Thoso on Hoard the "Htnto of Nebraska." ; e u. Pathetic Partings Lltoratnro Road by llio Passengers Tho Mangrove ., Family Fit chIhk (Jaoi(,&c. On Board tub Stkam Ship i) tly at "Btatk ok Nkiuuska May 17th, 1833, Wo enllo 1 this morning promptly 9 o'clock with about 100 first cabin pas- senders aboard, There was tho unual There was tho unual "scenes" at starting. Mothers giving God's blessings to her son amid solis and moans, friend leaving friend, sisters or brothers bidding adieu to sister or brother and of course thore was tho fond lady lover down to take a rather senti mental loavo of her bonnio lover. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 June 1888

ju . ni'i.v.'ma VtmSBasLSJLiMJtiiim tttnii-'i lBlni . '".,. v.w t , .j '.-.' f. vT'.- -5 ) j.i i .' .'! 4.7.', if 'V . ,, .-,,.,- . s&5ZZ '? . r' 'ih"t "w ri 'v T r ,- NEWS-HERAIiD, HILLSBOKO, O. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. , ' , i 2 , ,!V Eft j- 'W' j s- KEPUBHCAN CONVENTION Hon. Morris M. Estoo, of Califor nia, Pormanent Chairman. With at Diamond-Studded Unvel He Rap the AtsemMage to Order Mahone Awarded Ills Beat After a Pro tracted Content, but tho Wise Faction Secures a Italic of tlio Delegation. MUST DAY. CniCAOO, Juno II). A strong breeze that made tho big strips ot bunting In which tho ex terior of tho auditorium was enveloped flap like tho salts of a West Indian merchantman In October gated swept over Lnko Michigan land ards Tuesday morning. Very grateful It proved to tho thousands that from an early l.our gathered In front ot tho great building mul gazed longingly upon tho doors through whoio portals thoy had no opon sosamo. Directly !cncath tho chair were pictures ot Onc...

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. — 28 June 1888

K' 3 ' f '-(i -"TV , Zt '-7 jf.T'B llh-- ty-; '-.i .'j.r NEWS-HERALD, HIL3LB0R0, O. THmSDAY, TONE 28,1888. a t , WJi FWS 1 iH Ho I 'nr tlio t'outcnnlnl. Touristo will do well to tarry In the Qitecu City If only tor n brlof respite, whether thoy coma from tho South, to scok tho cooler bioezos and clooratmos phcro of tho Northern ollmnto, Or from tho North, to And rest and change from tho monotony of II fo by travel In any direction. Tho Impression that Cincinnati Is op prcsslvo or unhcnlthf ul in tho lummor is erroneous. Thoro nro constant cool breezes trnvorsing tho Ohio Vnlloy, and tho heat of tho niid-dny is always conn- s? tornctod by tho balmy air the ovenlngs, which, avo on rare occasions, is nlwnya to bo enjoyed on tho hilltops and very often oven In tho crowded city. The hotels are, without exception, mnnptuous and commodious. Mlno host has Bet his foot down on oxorbllnncy, wlillo his menu will bo up tho taates of tho most oxqulslto bon vlvcnt. The opportunity for slght-sooln...

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. — 28 June 1888

BWJ(Mni UHMU1UA JiLLOKJUJU JiTOwT& T?X -vv HERALft, HILLSBORO, OI THURgpAY, JUEl28l 1888. v' ' Vl ' J P NEWS wuj.y,ji I l R i1 ; The News-Herald. .'UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nv TUB JTows-Herald Publishing Company. . W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. 3 JJSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAH IN ADVANCE. KA.TKS iron ADVHRTI8ING Mad. Known on Application. JUNE 21, 1888. Republican National Tioket. President, . BENJAMIN HARBISON, of Indiana. Vioo-Prcsidcnt, LFVI P. MORTON, oi Now York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. It YAK. Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P.BRADBURY. Member ot Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Member of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY. What Free Trade Menus. "Tlio issuo of protection ia incalcula bly stronger and greater than any man, ior it concorns the prosperity of tho present and of generations yet to come. "Wore it possiblo for every voler of tho "Republic to see for himself the condl lion and recomponso of labor in Europe, 1 lie party of freo trade in tho United States...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 June 1888

jf " I'M ''fr'tlf " ' r ' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THUKSDAY, JUNE J8, 1888. The News-Herald. Offloet Hoggard Building, W. Main St. JUNE 28, 1888 CASH PAID FOR J. S. ELLIFRITZ & CO. Wo lny 85 cents for (food, hard mill- Ing nliottt. J. M. nOYI) & CO. Go to Euvornrd & Kay for your gro ceries. Next Fourth. Wednesday is tlio Glorious Mr. Henry McCoy, of Columbus, is tho guest of Miss Man Hodson. m Miss JesMo Drowning, of Ralnsboro, is tlio guest of Ilillsboro relatives. D. Q. Morrow, Esq., attended to legal business in Logan, Ohio, last week. . A bargain in hand mado torchon lace, two inches deep 7 cents, at Ilibbons. Coffeo, 10 cents per pound, tea 25 cents per pound at Euverard & Kay's. Miss Mary Stoddard, of Martin's Store, 111., is tho guest of Miss Maud Madcr. 10,barrols soft Boap wanted. J. S. Em.ikritz & Co. Taint yiiur buggy for 75 cents with Seoly Bros.' coach paint. Sold only by Garrett Bros. Last supper for potato bugs and all in sects j for sale, threo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 June 1888

v Jt Vr'Ati4 LRKnKfflr fc. ftfrlrvW ZLM 'Mi & . -. ''-?.. iflflrnl ' i ) f " xfr?' "S'5r rW. '' '$: S .,-5 ; rts z. n ".i fr M -. ' i."-"' ' '. X '.",!'S7ft::jl.?..1f, rf'?iVCTAvf..C 3$rEWS-HERAM, HILLSBOBO, O. TKURSPAiY, JUNE 28, J8B&' v '" ' V , " M & T . ? r r T" f i fy t vi fTOTHSS OI1H UMrUH. A -LZL. !rd3 Inserted Under thl Head ' lollows : J incli.peryosr , f 10 men, per year n lnol per your - ...... 3 Ton llnvsot llilH typo mnko 1 inch. T. P. VANCE. JOHN T. 1UI1R. -Tzanck mnn, J.rXOHNET?B"AX LAW, lln.i.siiouo.Oitio. OFFtCK-Htrnnis Iltilltlltii?. w w. uixnn, m. i. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, lIlLLHPOIUl, OlltO. Offior HtranfH Ilnltdlng. Ilr.nrscK No. 20 West Walnnt Street. 1-I5. W. W. SIIKI'IIKHD, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. HiLLsrono, Ohio. Omen No. 4, Short StreetTrimble's Uloclt. Y-Vll. K. McAllTHUK, ' PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLLsrsono, Ohio. DmcK Comer High aud Walnut Street. O. n. OAlttlNKII. O. K. HAMS. "1 GAltDNKlt BAMS, ATTORNEYS A.VD X.A.'W Hillhuoko, Onto. OrrtCK O...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 June 1888

fME'rfi? w.C.?-1 .1 a LTS.ra!L " '"' V .'' -" nwsTii r . . -w . i . -V. ,' .7 -,...,- "Vff'"!l . j j. r . - . . --. -i" .. y' -s - . jA. iv j f ijii" - ?'":' j' ' '' r" j t . NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1888. i HA h "iuuTwfiSy PUWt P?PRICEU VkiA Mid PnMlo uakln tract., PRICE BAKING POWDER CO, Died. Cowno In Van Huron, Ark., Sunday morning, Juno 17th, 18S8, Mrs. Elizabeth Cowno, in her 85th year. Tlio deceased was tho mothor of Mrs. 8. V. Thayer, and grandmother ot tlio publishers of tho Argun. Elizabeth Coponhavur was born in Fredericksburg, Vft March 20th, 1804. Sho married Boiingcr Cowno, T)cc. 20th, 1821, who died March 31st, 1852. Sho removed with her husband to llillsboro, Ohio, in 1845, where sho resided until January, 1874, when sho removed to Van Huron, Ark. Shu joined tho Moth oplst church at tho ago of 11 yearn, and lived a conslsleiu member of tlio samo till sho passed uway. Sho was tho mother of six children, only one of whom Mrs. 8. W. Thayer survives ...

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. — 28 June 1888

&-ammwz&wm&MmmmmmMmm ,'$&, viM -.f ' v &t m & . nwV : ' y-7. -.P! ' -ft K 8 Be Sure It you hao made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparllla do not bo Induced to tako ny other. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is a peculiar medicine, possessing, by vlrtuo ot Its peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation, curative power superior to any oilier article. A Boston lady who know what sho wanted, and whoso cxamplo Is worthy Imitation, tells her cxpcrlcnco below: To Get "In ono store where I went to buy Hood's 8arsaparilla the clerk tried to lnduco mo buy their own Instead ot Hood's; ho told mo thclr's would last longer; that I might tako It on ten days' trial; that It I did not like It I need not pay anything, etc. But ho could not prevail on bio to change I told htm I knew what Hood's Barsaparllla was. I had taken It, was satisfied with It, and did not wont any other. Hood's When I began taking Hood's Sarsaparllla I was feeling real mlscrablo, suffering ft great deal wit...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 5 July 1888

ffBBFairT M3 THE NEWS-HERALD ,V G ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-omce, lllllsboro, Olilo, hs fctcoud-olaiM mutter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1888. VOL.52-NO.12 rP krt W KNIGHT OF THE GRIP as an Attack of Sea-Sick- llOHH, And Apologizes for Having Spo kon of the Poetry of tlio "Rolling; Occnn." Another Onmo or Quolls Shuffling Hie Queer Tlio Ship's Church nnd Choir Hen (lulls (Irccnock and Glasgow. On Board thk Steam Ship "State op Nsiumbka 1 Mny 10th, 1888 I Blopt soundly till 8 n. in. Wo nro Hearing Newfoundland bnnks, n shnllow placo In llio sen, and tlio atmosphero is decidedly cooler. It is oven chilly on deck with a heavy overcoat. Ono of tho Musgroves is sick this morning, nnd was not ablo to bo at breakfast. Miss Mac intosh, of Now York, who snt on deck last night with tho insurance man till 12 o'clock, is also sick, but managed to got on deck. Tho roses hayo vanished from her checks, nnd tho insurance mnn wan ders gloomily around nlono nnd refuse...

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. — 5 July 1888

'm a AV' ,--,-. -y -yT- .fAiVA '. T - . ! ' - "V BB w-rif: M-'ir? '- ." -Y-y52Wx-' ."wrvw fvj ". . ..."' SfY- f JIl'V,rJ.iP FtuAV'jKCtov? iKi . t -i if ' . iV ivl T'3--' NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THtRSDYJ JOT5 ji-rf bftQattbth ,., ," . '"SV, 'l', - ""-J . K ,y, -" fcr ,'ifl , i 6 2 a" IL. t.? m ,'t r I1 St' IT I & ' , t- . - LONE HIGHWAYMAN, With a Largo Rod Bandana for Mask. Hold Up a Texas Htnfre nnd Compel Eight Facnp;er to Deliver Another Cmo In Iiliiho. IlAixtNarn, Tex., Juno 23. The BMtln per and Ban Angola stago wh again i obbed yostcrJny by a lone highwayman. This tlmo tlio robber was on foot, going to ward Ban Angela. Ho had a largo red bandana around his neck, and when tho stago pulled up ho pulled tho bandana over tho lower part of his (ace, and with a six shooter persuaded tho passengers, eight In number, to stand and deliver. After taking nhout $300 from tbo passengers, all of whom wcro unarmed, ho compelled tho di Ivor to unhitch tho best horse and turn the same o...

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