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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 August 1888

sMsHMbsMsHIbWsbsMsMsssHsWHMHibssSs ' Ot 4 11- , rJT Tw', - SDAY,.AtrGtJST 30, 1888. si'if - v ' ni- National Board of Heai. Prof. Kedzie, of the Michigan University, who per tonally superintended the examinations of various brands of baking powders on the market, arid made an official government report to the National Board of Health, Washington, D. G, says: "In some brands we found the excrementitious ammonia, in still others we found alum and other foreign ingredients, leaving on our hands, as the results of our labors Dr1. Price's Cream Baking Powder, upon which to fix the seal of purity and whole- omeness. Mr. Geo. Konnim will contribute to tho September Ccniury an articlo on "Exllo by Administrative ProcoBS," in which ho gives a groat numbor of In stances of the banishment of persons to Siboria, without the observance of any of tho legal formalities that in most countries precedo or attend a depriva tion of righto, Mr. Konnan will nlso discuss, in an Open Lotter in this num ber...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 August 1888

V. ' i? v v- VV1-' , ' ,- rV-vV1 NEWS-HERALDrHILLii i i t. ibrfTOpRSDAY,.iLt .'.te- f, ', 8 : VV. :v - ... ! t .. V-. .ft, -fk. W? M ... . 1 I - T iv v 8fc n F l.V i t L-P- ' T Mat Dyspepsia Makes the llrci of nasifMopto miserable, ad often ld to MtMtilraettoB. Distress iter eating, sour etoairtfc, sick headache, heartburn, loss of tppMH, a taint, " all gono " feeling, bad taste, costs tongue, and lrrogn--ji-a,--- 'ritf Wki bowels, nro sows Mm moro common Aftr sjasptoW Dyspepsia docs lafln not let weH ot Itself. It " rcqatrea eareful, persistent attention, and a reaMCf Mke Hood's Sarsv porllU, which acta ?. yet sorely and efficiently. It tones Mm stecMca and other organs, regulates the digestion, creates a good appetite, and by thus gHrtk overcoming tho loeal btjsb- u w . toms removes tho sywp.t1aacnO tlictlo effects ot the disease, banishes tlio headache, and refreshes tho tired mind. "I have been troubled with dyspepsia. I had but llttlo appetite, and what I did cat U dlrtrcMcd mo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

k '''j' pil iPjwSSS! I v . v 'Tl.'(nWi'?S"K ' ir'AW ' -. M'l'.fWW I? H .W ""jr-v""'-" " O f r- ., THE NEWS-HERAM). ESTABLISHED 1837. gfiSla.t.?SSS;ff(SSj SiSa?"' HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO, O, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. VOL. 52 NO. 21 KmWSI KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Attends tho Opening of the Y. M. O. A. Gymnasium, i n "Which tho Princo of Wales i and tho King of Sweden Participate. Lbndoa'8 Well and Poor Quarters Tho Butterfly of Fashion ana tno Senseless I)nde Tlio unuer ground Ballrond. LoxDox.Juno Oth, 18S9. Inn lm 7th instant wo attended tho olenlng of tho now gymnasium by bis Ibyal Highness, tho Princo of Wales, as sited by his Majesty, tho King of Nor- vhy and Sweden. Besides tnoso two lebrltlos a number ol LordB, jjukcs, Nobles and other illustrious persons Joro present. The gymnasium was ootPfl hv tho Young Men's Christian Association of this place, and Is ono of tie handsomest buildings in London. Vo nntd flvo shillings for a tlckot and cnt early In order to jirocuro a good oat. I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

mmmjJ1 scrra Tnrmy.vTiKtmfrwvKmri,r& ft && $!' "iVi i NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, O. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. ra 8THANGE TALE Of tbo Dcop Vlllaiuy of a Eea Oapialn. ' Ho Scuttled III Ship nml Compelled tho Crow to Dotcit. New Yir.!C Aitjj. 27. The twelve aallort of the bntk Gyllo, who wcro brought to tiuSC! ti'iilay by the stonmer Persian Honw-h, Rllth.s I ctzrrt .' - uvd boforo tho Urltlsh Con : l.ng and told tho following "V"t Qnebrc for Greenock, Scotland, JXiiV ' .. a do Otilf of St. Lawrence tho bark sprnntr si leak It was not of much Importance nnil no worn w'llln,? to man tho pumpl untl Iccp on our course hut dptnln Talt Instiled on chafing our cuurio. anil wo hcmlod for St. Johns, N. V., nrrlvlng there 011 July 19. An Im mediate sun ry was ordered by Captain Talt, and after being repaired wo resumed our voy ago on August 10. On tho night of the 10th wo again sprung a leak. Tho pumps wcro manned and worked until daylight, when they suddenly gave out. Several of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

iV'i -y j 3 FIFTIETH CONGRESS, First ftcaalnn. WASHlteOTOH. Aug. 87. SMATB.A fSe lntton was adopted calling for certain papen In possession of tbo Land Office in relation to cut ting timber on pulillo lands for mining purposes. A new conference wat agreed to on the arm; pproprlut'nn bllL The conference report on the sundry cltll bill was prosonttd. The Jack ion (Miss.) election fraud were discussed until adjournment, at 0:30 p. m. House. Mr. Cannon denlod the correctneif of Mr. Uynum' assertion that L. P. Morton had Toted In the Forty-sixth Congress to table the eight-hour law. Telegrams from absent members were read, asking for extension of leave. Bills were Introduced under the call of Btatos. A resolution was offered requesting the President to furnish copies of the corres pondence with Great Britain remonstrating against the wrong trcntmant of American cltl tens hy Canada. Also, a resolution to examine Into the occupancy of the Maxwell land grant. The general deficiency bill was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

'l r ? - y , ' I The News-Herald; PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BY TUX News-Herald Publishing Company , G. W. BAHRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, SI.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATES FOB ADVETRTISINO Madi Known on Application, SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. Bepublican National Ticket. President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vloe-President, LEVI P. MORTON, ol Now York. Republican Stato Ticket. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Supremo Judge, JOSEPll P. BRADBURY. Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Congressional Ticket. Member of Congress, Twelfth District. JACOB J. .PUGSLEY. Judicial Ticket. Judgo of tlio Fourth Judicial Circuit. DANIEL A. RUSSELL. Common Pleas Judge. W. E. EVANS. Heard From Vermont 1 Tho latest Republican estimates place tho majority at 28,000. This is a flno accompaniment to the election in Ore gon. Let tho ball roll on. Estimates. On a revised and corrected estimate of Democratic majorities, California is set down at twelve thousand, and then fol lows Iowa and Ohio i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

to c'kil). ;U0. i I ;v ti f J . " l., iite:rtiTA- urv.1 LC J CW5-HC1 SUVl. OfBoei Boggard Building, W. Min 8t. SEPTEMBER 0, 1888. Highest inarket prlco paid for good Wheat at Model City Mills. EYANS & MaUIRE. Wo pny 75 conts for cliolco Milling Wheat. M BOYD & CO. Fine perfume at Garrett Bros.' In. any quantity. T Mr. Foter Rico, ol Marshall township, has again heen sent to tho Asylum nt Athens. Paint your buggy for 75 cents with Beoly Bros.' coach paint. Sold only by Garrett Bros. Rev. L. L. Overman returned lo bin homo In South Pittsburg, Tennessee, on Wednesday of last week. I- John Maddon was beforo bin Honor, the Mayor, charged with drunkenness He was discharged on the payment of $5 and costs. Mr. Emmet Bell, formerly a typo of this office, but now of Now York City, Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Merklu, of East Main street. Mr. Harvey Garrett passed through this place this wcok on his way to tho Lebanon Normal School, whore ho en tors to study law. Mr. Frank Moharry and ...

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

l" 'S"1" , '-W , T,?- '4,' r JV fe ' JT 4 WJg'iffl Mi III1 ! mWifytyHsftfwWWm: Professional Cards. Cards Inuriti Under (hit Hea. tt fellows : linen, per year. -. .110 , ! a S Inch, per year, Inch per year - 3 Tenllneaof thlstype make 1 inch. T. P. VANCK. JMIK T. 1III1E. XTANOU & tltRE, ATTORNEYS AW XiAW, Hills iioiio, Ohio. OrriCR-BtrHitn ilulldlng. It. M. BROWN. W. W. OLEUM. T1((HTN A GLKNN. Physicians and Surgeons, IIiLunono, Onto. Ofhce No. 17 North High Street, Htbbcn Building, up-etairs. pvn. vr. vr. suephkiid, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, HiLumoito, Ohio. OrncE No. 4, Short Street Trimble's Block. D K. K. McAUTIIUlt, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, UiLLBnono, OlltO. Orncs Corner High and Walnut Street. O. II. OARDNKIt. O. N. BAM!). (1 OAUUSKIt SAMS, ATTOBNEYS AT XA"W HiLt.tnoito, Ohio. Okficb Over Jai-oo sylor t Son's Jew elry Hlure, Houth High Street, ytIIAIlt.13 E. IIOWLKS, Attorney at Law and Notary Publio Uillsdoro, Onto. Ornce-Room No. 0 Smith Block. vrr o. duckvau, d. d. a. HiLLano...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

Mi. '"V.V.W iv f .w.-(p r:rofKriJhlwfjTCM'iinntisKnrB v -"T-jiWL; vc iw ray n-, a r t ev trw ui wWfmrtiw-t$tf Jwthurfr5M&;AytT' -r'r,i vvv r vv :''' '-v -;, .- '(." 1 - J" NEWS-HERAED, HIIXSBORO, O. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1888. V V r U.S.Goini) Approval. So well known are Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow der and Flavoring Extracts for their strength, purity and excellence over all others, that they have the approval of the U. S. Government and arc used at its various military posts. The use of these articles is recommended in every family by the leading Chemists of the United States. They certify that they are the strongest and purest, free from Ammonia, Lime, Alum and other deleterious sub stances, and authorising publications over their own names that bread prepared from Dr. Price's Cream Bak ing Powder is the most wholesome cereal food known to, civilization. KolMMiileton'sR Vine St., Cincinnati, 0. VuS2SS3iWJB2g3i Admission I Qo. 1 i bibbI r f ' The Century for September. George...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 September 1888

SllUi.P-WIIUJ Wlfl'J1 ' ' MM 0 r w i VI 8 NEWS-HEBAIiDi LPfHILLSBOBO, O.rTHURSDAY, SEIfrEMBER:8;;l:lB88 . 1 e Sure If you ltavo mado up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsnparllla do not bo Induced to tako any other. Hood's Barsnparllla Is a peculiar medicine, possosslne, ly vlrtiio ot Its peculiar combination, proportion, nnd preparation, curatlvo power superior to any other nrtlclo. A Boston lady who knew what slio wanted, nnd whoso examples Is worthy Imitation, tells tier cxpcrlcnco bclowi To Get "In ono storowhero I went to buy Iloodli Barsaparllla tho clerk tried to lnduco mo buy their own Instead of Hood'ss hotoldmothelr'fl would last longer) that I might tako It on ten days' trial ; that If I did not llko It I need not pay anything, etc. But ho could not prevail on mo to change. I told him I knew what Hood's Barsaparllla was. I had taken It, was satisfied with It, and did not want auy other. Hood's When I began taking Hood's Barsaparllla I was feeling real miserable, suffering a gre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

Bww wv &? n6Sffs "wmst wannc? Kf - wfN?JHWisw EVSM.fWMwawBjrrs ?5cto,?w mt,rtiUtwmegHww&VR vmmMm.'iwmum " ' P'SSllKM " - "WSW&ZNraT' T-i?"v". w m -,iS T;irv. ' , n,.,",Tf.."" . , , - ' ' "' a'-'ti THE NEWS-HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered At Poftt-oflloe, Hlllsboro, Ohio, n tecond-olMs matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND OO, O, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. VOL 52NO. 22 THE FARMER AND FREE TIUWE. A Plain Talk to Our Own People. During the bluster and zeal and din of a political campaign, tho misrepresen tations and calumnies of reckless parti sanship and tho blind passion o'f excited fj men, it is naru 10 wy umu leBimg u . I discuss questions at issue as we at other times investigate matters of public in terest, but wo would like in this arliclo to present in a plain, practical way tho Question of freo trade and protection as they affect Uillsboro and tho interests of the surrounding country. President Cleveland, last winter, sent a message to Congress which was receiv ed by al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

uMiiutf Mwmim'VHkiasx&UBKxmMKmmKmFir'weiBmmmx hi miiiiwiwBHw ix,wwtirmmfiywmmmatfwinmiu , i i 1 1 iwi n1 n n" miiiwi i i wi ! hump iph ihi inii l- 'A 2 - n jtew ;:i .... , .-.. . - i i , , , , . mm '--'MM -Hi-. . H KNI6HT OF THE GRIP Over in tho Land of the Normans. From London to Paris, and Somo of tho Incidents Connected With the Trip. r.ms, Juno 11, 1893. Wo left London Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, nnd a couplo of hours later landed at Xewlniven, on tho channel. Hero wo were transferred to tho boat that was to carry us across tho Dieppe oil tho French side. The English Chan nel is usually dreaded by visitors to tho continent, becnuso of its unusual rough ness and danger. Very few cscapo be coming a victim to seasickness in this short but very rough sea voyage. Our boat did not leave port till Sunday morn ing at 2:20. I think It was the stago of tho tide that caued the delay. In tho tncantlmo most of the passengers "turn ed in" nnd endeavored to sleep, which, in most instanc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

iWIWyflMW.UMHIUHRIWPlWP'JK.' w.m 'mWPWW JTMWIPIrPPl vi. t,, y a v '.'- -- - f -; : ' ',: .11 ft mm iwu w ii 'i . wj"v"i '! . . . .t'.'iT-, ti V"V A . i j r..i't i kv int Vj i ti ' .".ii L-,( ,di i j' '. if !.... t-'-Vni ' ri ,f . y.'t i " ... - mi i. : .j i. J . - news-heii;d', hilslboro, 0;thuksday September 13, i 888. 3 r t' I - PHNSIONS. -Who Entitled to the Credit? Speech or Hon. Byron M. Cutciieon, of Michigan, la tho Haase of Representatives, An gust 2, 1888. Mn. Chairman : I lay down this pri mary proposition, that over man, womnn and child borne upon tho pension-rolla of tho United States to-day is there by virtue of the action of tho Republican party or tho representatives of that party, except those who have been re stored to the roll after having been dropped therefrom for participation in rebellion against tho Government. Ap plause. Thut is my first proposition. I Tho distinguished gentleman from In diana Mn.MATSoN printed n tho Ilccord on last Sunday a well considered a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

$ Jl :NE-HEM68ftk6kaMI i ..' iT A H K The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Y THE NewB-Heralfl Publishing Company, Q. W. ARRENE. BEBEE BARRERE SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BATES :FOI AJ3VB3RTISINO Mtda Known on Application, SEPTEMBER 13. 188S. Serpnblican National Ticket, President, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Indiana. Vice-President, LEVI P. MORTON, ol New York. Republican State Ticket. Secretary of State, DANIEL J. RYAN. Supreme Judge, JOSEPH P. BRADBTJRY. . Member of Board of Public Works, WELLS S. JONES. Congressional Ticket. Member of Congress, Twelfth District. JACOB J. PU3SLEY. Judicial Ticket. Judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit. DANIEL A. RUSSELL. Common Pleas Judge, W. E. EVANS. Mr. Hidy, of Washington 0. H., has been selected as tlio Democratic victim for Judgo in this sub-division of the fifth district. The Democratic hostlers have har nessed up L. T. Xeal, of Ross county, to prance around the track after J. J. Pugs ley this fall. Mr.Nealwill learn that this is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

WWfc Wl'ifi Vfe !NEW8HEIlIiDf HIEKSBGRO;;0.-TOtimSBAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 188& i Jj v. i ir y '( v The News-Herald. Oleei Hoggard Building, W. Main St. SEPTEMBER 18, 1888. We pay 75 cents for cliolco Hilling Wheat. J M. BOTD & CO. Fine perfume at Qarrott Bros.' in any quantity. Hi. Arthur Noble, of L03 Angeles, Gal., was on our streets last Thursday. m Mrs. Win. Sprague, of Pittsburg, Pa., ia tho guest of her cousin, Mrs. Geo. W. Boies. Mr. William Duckwall, of Van Burcn, Ind., is the guest of relatives In this city and county. Paint your buggy for 76 cents with Scely Bros.' coacli paint. Sold only by Garrett Bros. m Mrs. Geo. Gardner visited her sister, Mrs. Judge Harper, of Washington C. H., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Skelton, of Chicago, aro spending a .few days with her' sitter, Mrs. Chas. J. Ells. Miss Etta Brown, of Hastings, Iowa, is visiting her mother, Mrs. L. M.Brown, of Johnson street. Mr. Bush Evans is visiting his mother, Mrs. Gov. Hart. Bush is still in busi ness in Ni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

w ip?$W' wr ;P'l & J' JV , tf F ( 6 kV v ffi-o-j-ia. . m , c f ' KW Professional Cards. Cards Insert A Under thlt Head as lollows: 1 Inch, per year 110 it Ineh, per yenr . & Winch per year ....- - 3 Tenllneaof tbtstype makel lueh. r II. COLLINS, ATTOEaSTBYAT Xi-AW Ilitxpnnno, Onto, A Notary Public in the Office. OrncE Rooms Mot. 1 end 3 Smith Block, corner Alain and High streets. -lT T. GltKUlIEK, Notary Publio and Oonveyanoer, Hii.Lsnoito. Ohio, Collections Promptly Attended To. Office In Conn House. T. P, VANCE. JOH N T. 11 IRE. -TTANCE IIIItK, ATTOIUNrEYS -A.X X.A."W, HlLLSllORO, OllIO. Office Strauss Building. U. M. BBOUN. W. W, OLEKN. TJKOWN GLKNN. Physicians and Surgeons, Hillsdoro, Onto. Office No. 17 North High Btrcet, Hlbbcn Building, up-atairs. Tpvlt. W. XV. SUEl'UKltl), PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Uitisnono, Onto. OrncE No. 4, Bhort Street Trimble's Block. D It. K. McAUTIIUll, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Hiixsuono, Ouio. Office Corner High and Walnnt Strceti. O. II. GARDNER...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

,; vwrpsyp. Vfif "llS;:iitt8tiGB6;i 'ji.;t "k '. ..,- r r -M i ,v- ;.Ti v! w JPBSDAjY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1888. ' ? V I 1 f A Point of Purity. Purity can not exist in anything coming from a dis gusting source. "Ammonia" has its origin in an animal excrement; yet it is introduced for leavening purposes into Baking Powders, foisted upon the public as "abso lutely pure." Suddenly break open a hot biscuit, and quickly smell the stifling odor ofammoniacalga9 arising therefrom. This is an infallible test for the "absolutely pure" baking powders, the supplementary rising power of which resides in the harsh and caustic chemical "Am monia." Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder is free from am monia, lime, alum and every other injurious substance. Abiscuitmade from it smells sweet, tastes sweet, and will bear the strictest scrutiny from every point of view. KohlMiddleton'$."l Vine St., Cincinnati, 0. K?iWK Admission 1 Oo. Tho September Wide Au-aUk opens with a jolly story of tho Harrison cam paign of 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 September 1888

l, J "fflTHffjyBPmwiBi a- 3flsswww;wv; I & ? 8 ' "'" i xira .v i SCROFULA It Is that Impurity In tlio blood, which, M cumulating In tlio glands of tlio neck, pro Alices unsightly lumps or swellings) which oauscs painful running sores on tho Arms, fcg9,br lect; which dorclopcs ulcers In tho eyes, cars, or nose, ottim causing blindness or deatness) which Is tho origin of pimples, can cerous growths, or tho many other manifesta tions usually ascribed to "liumorsj"" which, fastening upon tho lungs,causcs consumption and death. Ilclng tho most ancient, It Is tho most general of all diseases or affections, for my few persons aro entirely frcofromlt. "-" CURED By taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, by tho remarkablo cures It has accomplished, often when other medicines liavo failed, lias proven Itself to bo a potent and peculiar mcdtclno for this disease. Bomo of theso cures aro really wonderful. If you suffer from scrofula, bo suro to try Hood's Barsaparilla. " Every spring my wlfo and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

mynpwj r. ? rts 7Ki J. 7 SL i) THE NEWS-HERALD. ESTABLISHED 1837. Entered at Post-ofrlee, Hillsboro, Olilo, as aecond-class matter. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND 00, O, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. VOL 52 NO. 23 , jfn:nv.fv-TO; i"",- '!' "'jf'V' WHO ARE THE1 ? WHO ARE THE ADVD0ATB8 AND 8UR. PORTERS OF THE MILLS BILLt A Mat Including Alt who Are Now Work ing With the Demoeratlo Party and Asraliut Oar Protective Tariff The iuwet Kaey ! Slgnlfleant. A short summary of indubttablo facts has been devised by Judge Tourgoe Which will cnablo the lutclllgont and patriotic voter satisfactorily to determine taf himself whother the Interests of the country are likely to bo subsorvod by this predominance of a party favoring the Mills bill and committed toother legislation of like character. Who are the advocates and sapportors of this leg islation, and what Is their relation to American labor and National prosperity? The answer Is easy and significant! 1. Kvery foreign manufacturer and dealer in articles...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 September 1888

iTOWWfBT w,. iytf H-'K.ri rv M I V ' J 'riA ; i , V '&ti7&w&m , 'twi - 1 r .,. f k rt.K-l Ni3WS-HERAmIliLB !',', . ' - St, . . r KNIGHT OF THE GRIP French and English Clmrac terlstics, As Scon In tho Two Capitals Purls nnd London. Church of St. Mary Magdalene Place do In Concorde President's Res Ideiico Industrial Palace ;liurch of the ItiTiilIdes. Paris, June 12th, 1888. I lmvo now spent two days in Purls and I can find no langungo to express the splendor nud beauty of France's magni ficent rapitol. I cun convey lint a faint idea of the many splendid streets with their brilliant shops and magnificent stores, the beautiful parks filled with statuary, flowers, trees and fountains, tho Ion;; shady avenues,lined with pain tial residences, tho plazas, monuments and other beautiful public and private works of art in which the city abounds. The French people have long been rec ognized by tho world us its leaders in fashion, decorative art and showy and brilliant display. Tho w...

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