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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1886

y X ') A ThNgW'H'eYaM; Offloei fioggwd Biilidlng, . Main St SEPTEMBER 8, 1886 Vhs circulation of a newspaper deter, mlaee tha valae at III ooluaena at aa ad vertising median. Tha NEWBBERAU hai by tar tha large elreni.it.on of any paper In Highland county, whleh (act ad verUsers would do wall to boar In mind. Our UtU are open ta tlialr Inspection. Try Larigdon'a City Butter Crackers. m Six applicants, were before the Board of Examiners last Saturday. 1 a We pay the highest price for Wheat at Hiestand Sc Cowman's. Mr. Hi W. Rannella and family visited relatives in New Yehna last Thursday. Mrs. P. I. BilllngsTof Walnut Hills, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Jolly. The great demarid for houses surely signifies that Hillsboro is steadily grow ing. ' . Miss Fannie Kibler returned Thursday evening last from a visit to friends in Chillicothe. r Mrs. Jacob Shack and Miss Kato and Master George' are visiting relatives at Galllpollg, O. The 00th O.V. I. held their 5th annual reunion at Wa...

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. — 8 September 1886

r-" f" -"" The News-Herald. CKBMESSAY. SUCPTMaBB S, ISM. IHLLSBORO. i : , OHIO. GREAT LOVE AND t. I mocked at Lot el T,ovn Boomed a little things "A. small, blind sod." I said, with golden wing, For thoso poor poets to adore and Bin; Their lock in trade, which has its prloe to bring;" I did not know. I laughed at Lovel "the merriest lest or all." T said: "a jra), light, bounding ball. Which withers wit at "both ita rite and fall, And never illcs our grasp be) ond rooall;" I did not know. "Your Love,'1 1 Bald. "Throiiirh the long summer days I iln and lnugh and listen to Ilia lays; Court Tool is he." sa d L "Crown him with tns And Inurcl for the folly of his ways": I did not know. "Court Fool." t cried. "Well barter all for ou; Ton are a toy to mock at eter new, A Jen when false, a better Jest when true! .Laughter will alna s ring at thought of you." I did not know. 1 looked on Lovel Abinel I mocked no morn VTlthln his hand a flaming sword he bore: liiseics were great and sad, and pr...

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. — 8 September 1886

s FOE SUNDAY BEADING. WHAT AVAILETH NOW? Tit unavailing now-- Bewailing trusted yean, To shed remorseful tearai To (rrlero o'er gifts abused. Or talents lert unused, Is unavailing now. 'Tl unavailing now To tell of work undone, Or souls unwRtcbed, unwon. Of warning words unspoken. Of bread or life unbroken Tli unavailing now. 'lis unavailing now On Memory's cold floor Onr lossos to outpour) ' To board them up with paint, Aa misers board their gains, Is unavailing now. 'TIS unavailing now, j Eating our dally broncj, Tho evil days tod read) To falter In the fight. When wrong repulses right, Is unavailing now. 'TIs unavailing now Our Insignificance To plead in failure's 'fence. Or fault to And with fate Because wo are not great TIs unavailing nqw. TIs unavailing now To heao a single sigh That wo so soon must diet To pray that life may end, ' If fortune doth not mend. It unavailing now. TIs unavailing now. As If our dead were Inst, V To grudge what love hath costs ' To weep above our de...

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. — 8 September 1886

;, J5WOC ,T.l, m Vcr1. V. If Professional Cards. Cirdt Inserted Under thlt Head Follows: 1 inch, ir ) enr . - "9 ; inrli, per year J4 In lr j enr ....... . ......... Ten lines of tills type iiiiikel luoli. J. tl. hoylf. W.H. HltnitlM. Dl .OYLK ft 1IUUMILL, IDBITTISTS, HILLMUORO.O. Ofmck-Iii MeKlbben block, r. I Huh Mreet, -TKLSOM It. J.AFFKKTV, Physician and Surgeon, HILLSBOltO, OHIO. ihcr-MiIii Htrwl,iivr pel rller-'M store. It. -I lenci-. South Htrt-et.tlroi iliir west"! Os . ihi.ii'k. ni26 IHH.1.INS. imiv a uh.i.in (5 .1.1. INS Cttl.l.INH, u rTOKNBYS lllIiLSUOKO OHIO. iltricn-Hmiina 1 and2Hinlih Block, Mir I,, r Uiu moU Iliiih creels A Notary I'uhlle In utllee niHt'JI V. 12VANS, 3DE2STTIST, I1ILL9BOBO.O. Uibben block, formerly Ueiald office. OlFIcK ttaiit aAnnisny A.TTORNBY8 -A.T X.A.W, HILL8UORO.O. OKHCE-t'orner of Main and High streets, Merchant' National Bank Bnlldlng f 1 KOllUK B. OABDSEU, ATTOBKBY .A.T X.-A.W HILLBBORO.O. OiFiCE-Ovor Keibel's Clothing Storo, T It. CALIAHAN, ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 15 September 1886

tajjutwtJtuntJLUi mlmisaa ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, x886. VOL. 50 NO. 24 - -THE" NEWS-HERALDS- K - - L.'" ALEXANDRIA, Egypt's Metropolis' Recep tion of Royal Visitors. A Fata Champotro lu Honor of the Duke and Prince. Antonladls-The Ball Tfce Prepara. tloM-The Vlsiters-Tke Khe dive Supper Menu Cards. Alexandria, visited by massacre, born bardment, fire', disease and in conse quence of these a frightful depression in trade, bas been honored by a visit ,from two royal passengers. TMrBeyalHtfb web AHNBaeSdlabarf, second of ;Qaeenf Victoria;' and'' Prince George,, 6f Wales, second son ot the Prince cf Wales. , The Duke, who is at present admiral of the Mediterranean Squadron, is mak ing a cruise in these waters and stopping at all the important ports. Alexandria has a beautiful harbor,but at the entrance there is a dangerous bar and ships draw ing over a certain depth cannot enter. As most of the ships composing' the Duke's fleet are too lar...

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. — 15 September 1886

' 7? uuwpn ih.iih.jlii iiiiiijiiijiwiniWMMpwiilwwwWWIWWW"!!"g i - i t i i ';" -"WW "T" X fe. iThe News-Herald. at. acrrKMBKB M, ISSe. BLLLSBORO. OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Miss Maud Howe, In a letter to tho Boston Transcript, asks why it is that tho first instinct of every woman on arriving at a strange place is to go and "buy something. An immense reward awaits tho genius who can furnish an answer to this conundrum and a cor rective for tho habit. A lesson taught by the Charleston earthquake is, that when a shock comes the best thing to do is to stand still just where you arc. There is no running away from it; there is no dodging it. In a falling house you have a chance, but in tho streets you have little. Nine tenths of the killed in Charleston wcro killed in front of buildings, out of which the people rushed in tho wild panic. A company has been formed in Lon don, Etig., to carry out a new process by which the tin is stripped from tho iron in a perfectly pure form, while tho founda...

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. — 15 September 1886

"fcitoewev SS. fa. -iPTiu. ".. ,"li''-rtIiW Ax xCZ$t ffUrtCif. .- Mssm -?-., "fcftf r r 1 '! m ' j i ) FOB SUNDAY BEADING. ABOVE1 AND BELOW. Written while looking down on the Boston J? cotnmon.1 The wonderful, woof ill cltjr llelow rar window Ilea, And a ruin of love and pity ,. ,, Bedew mr main eresi H if A . t V ' I, i Coder the baadiwr tree-topi v The trui U green and sweet. And the broad path through la trodden Br a thousand hurrylnr feet Tor rerr nan and woman That treads that vranite t I think t "I too am human! n 1 too know want and care!" IS if t and carer , it i 1 f And Mr'heart eve oat like a'rlver To reacn Its kindred sea; For tho sad, and glad, and lonely. Are each akin to me. , I know tho heart of tho mother, Wtioae deep eyes mourn her child: I know the joy ot the maiden fc With spirit fore-beirulledi i Ifeel In tar soul the silence That speaks a man' despair. And the child's abounding gladness Dim nnas an eono mere. 1 1 I am'gl'ad'tt Is almoit'oVer, Almost all donar fo...

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. — 15 September 1886

MB -"jl f 1 V, I " f&fm wVr v tM Mii'acvafKnvt t The News-Herald. PUBLISHED .EVERY yEDNESDV, News-Herald Publishing Company. G W. Barrore. Bebee Borrer. E. B.iPlerton. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES FOR ADVERTI81NO Made Known on Application! I SEPTEMBER 16, -j 1886, Republican State Ticket. Forr8ecretary of State, JAMKS S. ROBINSON, a of Hardin. Judge of tUe Supremo Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. 'PIprk of thn Rtinl-emn Court. If URBAN HESTER, W" 'of Van Wert. V Commissioner, of Common Schools, f ' E. T. TAPPAN, t ..i . of Knox.' . ' t Member Board of Public Works, M. W. HAHN; , , . oLRichlanJ. svr i , -i Conimon'ricas Judge (long term), HKNRY M. HUGQINS, ol Highland. Common Pleas Judge (short term), W. EDGAR EVANS, of Ross. Tudgo of Circuit Court, THOMAS CHERRINGTON, of Lawrence. Republican Central Committee. The members of the Republican Cen tral Committee of Highland county, O., and the Republican voters of the several townships of the county generally...

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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. — 15 September 1886

II f 1 t. '-, TKcei-Hcrald: Offloei Eoggud Building, . Vain St. SEPTEMBER 16, 1886 The circulation of ft newspaper deter mines the valae of Its columns its an advertising- nedlitm. The IntWA-HKRAXD hits by ter the) large circulation of any paper In Highland oountTi which fact ad vertisers would do well to beat la mind. Oar Hit are open ta thalr Inspection. Try Langdon'a dlty Batter Crackers. i School books and school supplies at Detwller'g. Mr. Jacob Haas, of this city, visited in West Union last week. m A few of our citizens attended the Wilmington fair last week. m Mr. Ed. Walker is spending a few days at his home near Greenfield. Miss Mattle Kockhold spent last week with relatives at Bainbridge. , m -i 0. J. Ross made a prohibition speech at Greenfield last Friday night. m Our "Tramp Printer" letter failed to put in' its appearance- this week. e We pay the highest price for Wheat at ' Hiestand & Cowman's. Bargains in watches and jewelry at J. Sayler & Son's. 'Sign of the ...

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. — 15 September 1886

SS!SH-'fgwJ -"li iw; : " -" ? t" v - .cr-ntw.trnntili wmw ,.... -- wwww.' V-w .Mh.'. ,W'ri.fvJrPW.. """ 1 W li The News-Herald. WSnuKtilAY, NKPrKKBKB IS. IS. nuxsuono. OHIO. HY. A. WATKINS' WOOING. AFTIR L0H0I-EM.0W. On h tool bench In hli shoe-shop Bat tho nnclont foot rear maker. In the laud of Wot St. Ixuls. ,, Whcro dwelt the tribe of Ulg Ran, Ilulld n traitors, boots and slippers Out ot p.isto board and split leather. At li ila In mndo up beauty 8nt tho dudlno, Minnie 1 1 at horn. Fat h s daughter. Soda Water, MomlinfT pnnts'-seats with round patchei: or h s trado the old man s thoughts were, And tho maiden s or her lover. Ho was thinking, as ho sat there, Of tho days when double prices He had churped nil thro' those war times lor his spongy, halt-pegged brogansi "Stood In" vlth tho qiiai termastcrs; Oot some hunky array contracts! Thinking of the furloughcd soldiers ho came homo and cussed his poor work, Said that he was "on the swindle." Ah, no more so green a Govern Mont wil...

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. — 15 September 1886

1 FARM AND FIRESIDE. It btatfltajM are good, when pricked wllh a pin. off will instantly ooze out. To brighten or clean silver or -nickel-plated ware, rub with a woolen cloth and flour. Tho animal must bo so fed that it will come to its rations with a sharp appotlto at each recurring meal. Over feeding Is worse In Its effects than un derfeeding. Maine Farmer. Spieed Currants: Five pounds of ripe currants, four pounds of brown sucar, ono pint of vinegar, one table- spoonful each of cloves and allsploo, n llttlo nutmeg; boll one hour or until quite thiok. The Houseluild. Ducklings the young quacks that are not allowed to run to ponds where frogs and tadpoles abound, must havo meat, Unlike chickens, milk will not sufllce. Tho duck will not thrive on an ontlro vcgotablo diot. Field and Farm. Crabapplo Jelly: Put the apples In tho kettle with enough water to cover; let thorn boll until vsry soft, mash them up with a spoon and strain out the juice; take a pint of juice to a pound of sugar...

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. — 15 September 1886

7 V!A wsava-nw; jiiwi" WWllM'rWllt'WwW1"'1 jV ! " ,. iu.tull1.i-u" i.L'jurn i igu niWi.i't;LL ' m lltWUM ' L' lli !H""IK" VIC? :l y.UH',-1 ' Hi mtk R. i$fi n rj t f HrU Professional" Cards. Ctrl Inserted Unfprtkls Head ai Follows! 3 nirli.perer ...i J10 's, i. "Mi, per yonr 8 5, (ii perear.... - & Ten llticnof thl type luukel Inoli. -I. II. DO V I.E. W.S RtTDMtM.. 'lOVI.K tt RUDIMII.I., UILLSUOUO, O. jfiok-Iii MoKlbhen block, . High street. N JKI.SON B. LAFKKRT Y, Physician and Surgeon , IlILiUSUUIlO, OHIO. Oi'picr Miiln street, nvrrUolw I Irr'n. store. 1tfii!uiice,Hnth ntreet,flrl door west of Us- .irli'imiilN. Iii)203l II C.I.I.INS. JOHN A. COLLINS. J VI.I.INH COLLINS, ATTOBNBTS A.T IjA.-W, I1ILLSBOUO, OHIO. Oft'trE Room 1 and 2 Hm I Hi Uloek, cor lit r MhIii unit High streets. A Notary I'ubllo Jiinillcd. iuar2l v RTAN9, HILLSBORO, O. Oieioe Hibben block, formerly Herald office. H ART OAIIRKTT,- A.TTOBNBTS -A.T X.A."W, HILLSBORO, O. Office IViruer of Main nnd High streets, Jle...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 22 September 1886

i? -r -i Th vwvrm Ww1 jwsvwwmr- iwwrwww ,. - --iLl I I ..... -m-ctij- M"f-r- --l-?ww-. r--7WWrsWW er m " m mm NEwSiH&KAO i r ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1886: VOL..60-JTQ. 26 - " - ,, I . ,T. , , , ... I. '- - T ' - I I - I - I .,,.... .. i , I fa.' 5 i I , V GERMANY ... , ' - As Seen from the Wheel by Our Correspondent. Their Railroad Trftvcllnff Com pared with American t Bicycle Rials The Crowa Prlaee Mi PrlaeeM-KMMoha-Seklller Mayeace Other In- terestlar Items. Haykncs, August 10th, 1880. Editor Ncws-Hcrald : In a former letter I have spoken ol railroad travel on this side, in comparison with the same in the United States. Since then, I have had more experience, and as in all probability I will not be better in formed, I will now refer to it for the last time. The roads are, as a rale, the property of the 'government, and being so, they are in goodrepalr,'Bad,the ser vice is systematically performed in every detail. All of the main ...

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. — 22 September 1886

tf' ' 'J. J,W ?r 'J"jSg ' HP Vf 3!vvHT " l wsji , .' I' 6. 'f K -t , Ej r. The News-Herald. tf MMKSJSAT. MFinHUlM' HILLSBOHU. OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY Thb value of breadstuffii exported from the United States during the month of August past was 916,116,881, against $7,709,960 in August, 1885, and for the eight months of the present year amounted to 896,546,071, against $9V 183,085 during the corresponding eight months of 1833. A rmi.ADEi.rmA detective is reported ns saying that banco men and that class of thiol cs raroly, if over, approach red headed persons, because red-headed men as a rtilo are quick tempored, and arc apt to make considerable fuss as soon as tlicy know that they have been robbed, and of all things the bunco man detests a fuss the most Before long tho United States will find it necessary to bring Canada up with a short turn, facetiously remarks the Chicago Time. It scire our fish ing vessels and seeks to destroy our American fish monopoly, and its t cither prophets ...

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. — 22 September 1886

ja P r -v ! "rotf Sunday Mtimfc OOD'S FLOCK. "Aad ro, Mr Book, tbo Hook of Mr pasture, are non. and I im rour Uod, salta the Lord Sod." A'seftttl XfJnc.Xti Thou, lord, dnt keep Secure thy Hump. Wake they, or Bleep. Thou Itad'at Thy chare i!.f S? ,trW'' "to. i -a amasnrea MttBtJ. , 1, Jro root niwitfcW ' Thou alVst thorn aid, Thnmsk bine, tamitkaaada. j The waif, the weak, The sad, the moot Thou titi doit seek. For them outflowed On Calvert rood Thine own Bon's blood. The at rated, thus touftht, At suob price bong-fit, . . ; Are homoward brought. 1 Their Shepherd near, i' Why should they foar ' .Aught that is drear Free from an nor. Bare from decoy, , How nrm their Jojr While aro accrue Tholr strength renews, l,lko vernal dewit , j i Till thev rorriovr. ltt Heaven to pros ,, Thine tndlot Hivo. free, it ilanniim CMimtn, i ptntlrnU K. Y. Indt- ATHElSTICj INSANITY. - Xho Pool llath Bald In III Heart There la Ma Uod." ! Allir-Ism Is a rare' (listnse.-'nnd gen erally docs not affuct its v...

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. — 22 September 1886

-- w-rx.'Mi. fiK 'FTijHV'" "i'j't?f '' ," ' 1 ! ,f jyvv'" p-: t i: h ru, tv.'. t, 5!.V, The News-HerakL PiltfiWUiEnteNrtbVitoftt m.. k mm M nw .' 1. JQWiii JaWiMU. 1 " " M Ncwa-JIerald Eublishing Company. JL W.lirnrt. ItkM wttr. E. R. Pltnen. MUCRIPTION, STtoXVCAR IN ADVANCE. .RATK8 BH3B ADVERTISING Mid known on Application. BEPTEKBER 16, 1886; Republican StftW Tloket. : For .Secretary of State, ' .,.. JAMES S. ROBINSON jUf.; of (Hardin. Judge of the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, " v of Fayette. '? P Clerk of the Supreme Court, G" iJ URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. Commissioner of Common Schools, !' . E. T. TAPPAN, E x".--i of Knox," j Member Board of Public Works, M. W. HAHN, - - - of Richland. Member of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY, of Highland. Common Pleas Judge (long term), HENRY M. HUGGINS, ot Highland. Common Pleas Judge (short term), W. EDGAR EVANS, of Ross. Judge of Circuit Court, THOMA8 CHERRINGTON, of Lawrence. Gentleman Jake, the coming Congress man. ' m As yet we, have ...

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. — 22 September 1886

&" re rtv, -SspBlC v 'i The .News-Hera QffloJi ,;goggrf hlldlngjlf. tfain Bt "siPTiikbiiii' lis,', '".r,'1. ,.'. jisse The circulation .of sv aawftM deter. ' " ' . i r 1 i i , mines ,the value otjisieetusaasasan M- ' ' verttslng mealani The lOeWS-witBAl-D II f . t t "'!. fj"! ' . ,hrf?th Urgesf lrtuUUM( of M7 ;J piper in Highland eoUhtVil wMe fctet srf. ,J,;rertliri(VqaId do well to bear M . Our lUti are 6pn t6 'their Inspection. ') f "lu ' I ..1LLJ-1 !, Try Lftngdon's'Clty; Batter Crackers. Mrs. R.T. Hough, Is visiting friends in 'Sablna. ' School books and school supplies at Detwller'S. . Deaths from fever itithls viclnity'are quite frequent. , . ,Mrs. F. F. Stevens ls',ylsltlpg relatives in Marlon and.Bluffton, Ind. , Dr.McSurely, returned from presby tery at Kingston last. Thursday. F. m AskyourgrocertorFoerster'Bcitybut- 'ter crackers. They are the nest. o ', We pay the highest price for, Wheat at HlESTAND &.VOVIUXX-8. Bargains in watches and jewelry at J. Saylor & ...

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. — 22 September 1886

'A.- v r yrWry "If fcVV.V) 'A'',! jv V' i ij fc i4 L...,. . 4 J. h Wt fj...,i! The News-Herald. AT, I LL8B0t0. OHIO. THE WHITE BRIGADE. Let them prate about the bravery Of tlM blue costs, or the pv, AM tie f tor .aaa the honor Of the ForMinM la the fray. There rone 00001 the MtloM, Be he Cossaok, Uriton, Hun, fa The beroof Sadowa. .. Or an Aneterllta well won. That can egnel ne in rrandeur. Or boast the rare delight , Thai I raise when throw? the sunset . Creel the ehrpl clouds of nhjht, And down upon the gloaming- Drops the Ten ot dcep'nlua- (hade, A I hoar tbe footsteps patter Of my murry white brigade. For I'm the jrreatcet Ooncral In all this land of fame tm not eo very noted. And don't boost a wondrous name But I'll venture half my rortune, Which la not so very lane. That In all the famous battles There wae sever sueh a chart As we make upon tbe pillows. When the tricksy Sprite of Bloep With the curved and silken lashes Of my aoldlers plays bo-pcepl They're not so great In numb...

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. — 22 September 1886

tiil.Utd4ril jwe nt it ,. t. trs . HOW HE WON HOSE. ' A"-Arkaiisr Romeao Whlett M4 a Vary Sastefaetorr ftrmUtUtn, "Nathan, joa nro married, I under stand," said the Govornor of Arkan aw. addressing a hllUldo constituent. "Yes, air, capturod the best-looking girl in tho whole community. Old Llgo Poiorson's daughter, Bote. You knowedher, I reckon." "Ycj, but I thought that ahe vu en gaged to SSrn Farkor." "She was, but I got ahead of him. Tell you how it was. She loved Sam powerful, for ho is the best circuit ridor we have eror had. I loved Rose, and was ratght'ly downcast, for I thonght thnr wrt'nt no use In buokln' agin him. Well, the day fur tho marriage was sot. and a passul of us come to town to sou tho wcddln, for Rose 'lowed that she wanted to be married in town, and thun tako the cars for home, thoroby gittln' a ten mllti bridal tower, when wo got to towa, lo and bolioM, there was n circus, with mo' horses th.in a stroug man could shako a polo nt. Uoso w.is mighty kodn'ta ga t...

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. — 22 September 1886

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