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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1886

: ,;r' ,--, - , . w. jr. s- -Vu - W : THE i-TF 7 t nn t i T.' r ji i" i'V ' . r ESTABIilSHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 26 NEWS AT n V lu GERMANY. This Time as Seen from a Trip Down the Rhine. The Birthplaces of tho Dcmiur gus of tho Moral World. A Steamboat Voyage Lcgcads Fair Blngea Germania Monument Dannecker's Ariadne, and Jotta ana Hor lover. 1 Bixattt, August 11. ' Editor Nem-Iferald;"Ever-memoT-bib Mayence I memorable allko for free dom and for song within thoso wall how often woko tho gallant music of tho troubadour ; and how often beside that river did tho heart of the maiden trom blo to the lay 1 Within those walls stout 'Walpodcn first broached tho great BchoNM of the., Hansoatic league; and moro than all, O memorable Mayonco, thou canst claim tho first invention of tho migtiticst engino of human intellect tho great .lovelcr of power tiio De miurgus of tho moral world the press 1 Here, too, lives tho maligned hero of tho ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1886

V ? T.' - A '', ti ' ft W 4- LAi r' rr The News-Herald. iiuiT, uniMnn, HILLSBORO. OHia TOPICS OF THE DAY. 8ince tho beginning ol the issue of the combined letter sheet and cnvclopo no month ago two million of the ahecU have been sent out to post-offices. m The President has turned his back on the mosquitoes and black flies in the Adirondacks, and is now at home in Washington, pestered by oflico-scckers. This is a distinction without a differ- Kino Kalakaua, of tho Sandwich Islands, is ambitious of uniting all tho islands of the Pacific under a monarchy, of which ho shall bo solo ruler, and is mid to be actively scheming with that end in view. Colorado has 800 miles of first-class irrigating canals, 8,600 miles of secon dary canals and 40,000 miles of smaller ditches, which have cost in tho aggre gate about $11,000,000 and will irrigate 2,200,000 acres. The English postofiice department bas introduced a new feature into tho service the insurance of parcels. A packet valued at $25 can...

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. — 29 September 1886

- i -V rT FOB SUNDAY EEADDTO. HAD I BUT WINQS. An Arnnr to a Sigh. 01 the weary fret and wear Of the earth and all Its care. The frequent disappointing, and the pain of hope dererrrd t What has lite but work and sorrow. Dark to-day and darker to morrow, And the noise of many voices whore mon s i cries and groans are heard? And the toll brings no reward, And the love wins no regard, And who spends himself for others ll not therefore helped or blest! So I looked upon all thlnirs, And I sighed. Had I but wings Like a dqyc, then would I fly from all and bo at rest. Thus I thought for I was weary, Affiri ftfiA tlnv wna vnrtf rirnitrv And the quiet of the wilderness was what my neart uesireu. And tho teats were In mv eyes, Aa I nt Knit t.hpm to thn shies Did the Father, care, I wondored, that tho cnim naa grown so urour Had I wings 1 nut thon to mo As 1 waited by tho son Came an answer, like a trumpet-call, to rouse me Into life; And the half-forgotten duty. Hose In stern, commanding beau...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1886

' ' "" -- MSMHMrawavHnvii ;v j-Tc-rv -;-? i ".V1 jf-M-t . I m ,. . K. fi W Wm he News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESAYlUiBrwWmMiotcohimasacftn- -BT THg- U ows-Herald Publishing Company. i B. V. lamr. Bebee larrtrt. E. R. Plerton. CUBICHIPTION, tl.SO A YEAH IN ADVANCE. llASTttB FOR ADVBBTISINO Made Known on Application. HEPTEMBER 29, 1886. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, JAMES S. ROBINSON, of Hardin. Judge of the Supremo Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. Clerk of the Supremo Court, URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. Commlsaiener of Common Schools, E. T. TAPPAN, of Knox, Member Board of Public Works, M. WrHAHN, of Richland! Member of Congress, JACOB J. PUGSLEY, of Highland. Common Pleas Judge (long term), HENRY M. HUGGIXS, oi Highland. Common Pleas Judge (short term), W. EDGAR EVANS, of Ross. Judge of Circuit Court, THOMAS OHERRINGTON, of Lawrence. Itepabllcan Conaty Coarentlon. The Republicans of Highland county are hereby notified to assemble in con vention at the Co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1886

u. l". - ' v r 1 V 4 r- K The News-Herald. Offloet Boggard Building, W. Mtin 8t SEPTEMBER 29, 1886 Try Lnngdon's City Butter Crackers. School books nnd school supplies nt Detwilcr's. Oo to Garrett Bros, and flno perfumeries. (or Florida Water Wo pay tho highest price for Wheat at Hiestand & Cowman's. Bargains in watches and jewelry at J. Sayler & Son's. Sign of tho big wateh. m Mrs. Chas. Mcok and children loft Monday morning to visit her parents at Walnut Hills, O. Mr. Robert do V. Carroll, of Cincin nati, is visiting his friend Mr. Irvin Smith, of this city. Mr. Wm. Harshbergor is lying very ill at his home near Now Market, and his death is hourly expected. There will be a dime church social at tho residence of Cant. J. Mi Hiestand next Friday evening, October 1st. You can always get the top of the market for your wheat at Model City Mills. ' Hi & 0. -- i sj -hi You will find an elegant assortment of watches, rings, etc., all new goods, at Sayler & Son's jewelry st...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1886

V T"!'"" -r lf 5 t L "v7; - -;fVi'',y "NV N l& V P" &. .. t'-v fft -. : frfii ? " The News-Herald. KDSKSBAY, HEPrBMDEBS. IMS. HtLLSBORO. OHIO A RURAL EPISODE. Two honest husbandmen dwelt sldo by slds In farms udjolnlng. Grubbs and Stubbs their names . . , Roiinh. homely names In Booth but all they .And ol't thoo names had served them In good stenrt Whi n tliey had need of n'wnci to sign to notes, flrubbs bad a son Kzektel. tall and staunch As ever rust o who wore pants In boots, And rote nt four to milk his seven kino And seek for eaglets in the hennery. Ftubtis hnd no son, a daughter only came To liless bcr father's homo, to shed sunlight About It room, and eke to do odd chores 'Twlxtinral-tlmes 8bowas fair to look upon As snowilrii blossoming In carlv spring. Hor liamo Mury Ann a gentle namo, And tiuntly borne by her. Ezuklei saw And loed her, whom to see and love were one. The fnrm ndtolncd and were but kent apart Uy one plain picket-fence of easy compass. Xhroui;li wblch...

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. — 29 September 1886

r-f v u. V t t COST OF YAOHTINQ. Vow ttray, the Bnstoa Defaulter, ponded Home of Hit Ul-Ootten Wealth. Yachting has become to favorite pastime among wealthy raon. and tho "' number of trim Veuela increases so year by year, that it Is not difficult to r arrive at somo goneral knowledge of the average value aud annual cost of the crafts In commission. The famous vessels of the Eastern clubs have been so many times described that it is not necessary to recount the particulars of their architectural design. A vessel like Mr. Gray's Huron could be ' launched complete, according to tho statements of the leading builders in this section of the country, at a cost of from $20,000 to $25,000 at most. The jolly tars on board would number eight or nino man Doiora me masi, a captain, mate, a cook, a steward, and per haps a cabin boy. The pay of tho crew will average about $30 por month for each ordinary seaman, from $60 to $125 per month' for the oaptaln, from $50 to $75 for the mate, anil, acco...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 29 September 1886

-rw0' w ' vH v $1, t' V" . 0v v? v$ ?- -c'litt r ., V H i m BHsu 95 W i u. vr :i t i!" v I fr ". !. I . & Svjv, -5. -n Professional Cards. Cirft Inserted Under this Head m Follows: l inch) peryear - fit) a liicli) per yoar ........i ... i... 5 '., iiu'li, per year - 3 Ten line of tills typo make 1 Inch. II. UOYI.E. w. s.numstLt.. D OVE.K HUDISIIX, rE3sro?iSTS, UILUHUOKO, O. ut ncit-ln McKlbben block, H. High street. -TKLMON U. LAFFEKTY, Physician and Surgeon, lllLLHllOlU), onto. Ji kick Main street, over Dotvllcr'sRlnro. i.uililenre. Month street, Ural door westnf Os mtr l.niuou'H. tnjSOyl tl.il. COLLINS. JOHN A. COLLINS. ULLIMH COI.UN8, 'ATTORNEVS AT X..A.-W, UlLLSBOno, OHIO. OrriCE Rooms 1 and 2 Smith Blook, car lilrAUtn and High streets. A Motary Public 3nomoe. mart! a KVANB, ' DENTIST, HILLSBORO, O. OratE Ilibben block, formerly Herald ofllce. TrTABT A QABBKTT, ATTOBNBY8 AT LAW, UILLBBORO.O. Orrlci-IVirner of Main and nigh street, iMvrehanta' National Bank Building. ( 1 KOUU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1886

J Ajr ' v -0 - V r!WnS(fc rHE NEWS-HERALD. ,.LV t i i it Y r ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1886. VOL 60 NO, 27 GERMANY. 'The Haps and Mishaps of a Bicyclist. A Storm no Sea and Ono Among the Mountains. The Spectre Bridegroom Ohio Trav elers Numerous Cities Ems, and the "Pilgrims of the Rhine." Ems, August 12th, 1886. Editor News-Herald : If the reader imagines that the "bicyclist" wheels over the country without a single mis 'hap or ecctdent to mar his pleasure, he is slightly in error. At home after re ceiving an injury and damaging tho machine, they were made trivial by the long rest that would be taken while both were being repaired ; but situated as wo wore a party of five could not stop on account of a Blight accident to one of its members. As the result of a fall one might receive a sprained wrist or ankle or a broken arm, might bend the pedals, handles, or frame of his machino, or turn the large wheel into a figure of eight. A pebble cau...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1886

m '"; M" a. IE-. mS 1 t y C &: pZ$ S-.'jrt, ry .rf '? f. The News-Herald. WKstaAT. OCTOBESS. ISSS. HILLSBORO. i i OHIO TOPICS. OF THE DAY. The iron trade, which is held to bo the unfailing Indicator of general busi ness, Is unpreccdontly popular just now. Tho railroad and other calls for the man ufactured product bids fair to mako things lively for a long time. The Unitod Stales Is placed by hot own authorities at tho foot of tho list of naval powers in tho essential matter of ehlps and guns, there being threo South American, two Aslastic, and iiftccn or I !.... Vi.MtmjinM PnwAra wYilnt, nut V V1AIVCU AU.VVMU .wira hm.wm .. rank us. The first Japaneso to settle In Sa Francisco were eleven persons" who ar rived In 1870. Nowthero are more than 800 Japanese In tho city, of whom abcut forty are women. Of those forty, twenty aro married and their children, attend tho public schools. Consul General Williams, St Ha vana, transmits report to thu Secretary of State, which shows that ncar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1886

".,.T7ggw''"yJw!M r i.'T FOE SUNDAY BEADING. THE ATHEIST. He walk the rounded earth with cold dls- dam, war craves tho lore of Heaven, nor dreads tba pain alo. P-0"1011 P"ud. self-rls-hteous, He owns no lord, nor human, nor D vino. aSPS-ST.?"? cptented on tha lower line, galses his Impious voloo In unbellof, Proolaluis hlmsalf of all mankind the chief. r, ,FVv.moitk knowing nought of erlef, VI? t'.w i2m brut0 he ll beneath tho Ar. AP,2 L'k.!ih? VS1 lMt "Peou to die And orurable In tbe irrave, without a hope That fairer scenes than those for bira will ope When on his couch he draws his latost breath. And oarthl Joys arc swallowed up br doatb. O, foolish mortal I Boasting, willful man I Aes before th llttlo llfp bciran. Men creator far than thee did here exist. Wh--?"iMj,?t P.,t.uro " ""d decrees resist! They fet their littleness, and humbly trod This rplllDir sphere, and to Jehovah bowed. Thou rt but n speck In this great universe. And on thy head now rests a burning curse, 7?iBtvJSn...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1886

' ',11 v '"", f Iff . 1"- HH." Vi m f f i gyVg j it ? IV't d ra !'.. IS J.N IV ,r t" i 1. r. 1 J ' . .'. W The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY TBS HewB-Herald Publishing Company. W eMftOfO IHN tfTOfta E Be PiOTM!! UMCnlPTION, tl.M A YEAH IN ADVANCE. HATES VOIt ADVERTISING Mad Known en Application. OCTOBER 6, 1886. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, JAMES 8. ROBINSON, " of Hardin. Judge of the Supremo Court, .MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. Clerk of the Supreme Court, t - ' URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. r Commissioner of Common Schools, E. T. XAPPAN, ' ' of Knox. 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, THOMAS CHERRINGTON, of Lawrence. Republican Couty Convention. The Republicans of Highland county are hereby notified to assemble in con vention at -the Cou...

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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. — 6 October 1886

$ l ' tmif v r M ( 1.1. l . The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Building, W. Main St. OCTOBER 6, 1886 School books Detwller's. and school supplies at Miss Ella Gordon, of Cincinnati, is the guest of Mrs. H. S. Doggett. Wo pay the highest price for Wheat ' at Hiestand A Cowman's. Bargains in watches and jewelry at J. Sayler & Son's. Sign of the big watch. m Mr. Nathaniel Massie, of this place, visited friends in West Union last week. TheWashington 0. H., and the George town fairs are both in progress this week. Hon. Mills Gardner, of Washington 0. H., was in onr city on business last Wed nesday. Mrs. 0. S. Lemon and daughters, An nie and Fannie, visited friends and rela tives in Winchester last week. Mrs. Elma Gardner and granddaughter, Mies Edith, of Washington 0. H., visited relatives here during the past week. You can always get the top of the market for your wheat at Model City Mills. H. & C. There will be a free lecture at the City Hall on Sunday afternoon, October , 10th, ...

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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. — 6 October 1886

r -M,' 'V ' ; Vt ! hP . Wt Ifr. Kf f ,rn r ,'. jii- P r W-ta' The News-Herald. rtCIKkAT, OtrrOREM. ISSi, ItlLLSDOKO. OHIO. LONELY. The fonr yeara' boy above his btookt Wutebcs his eetie as It rocks. With wanrierms eyes feel only ?ho too loud ticking of the clook Blurts at an nnexpectod knock, ,nrt wide-eyed, pale, his mother greets, whom at the open door ho meets, tto throws hlms"lf Into her arms, .And tells her all his vnirae alarms. With "Oil I I vat so touelyl" The dreary morning; breaks attain, And with It wakca n bitter pain, That llniicrlntr sleep dulled only; Tho wire whose heart lies with the dead, lielurtant lifts her hetvy head, fee the new day look coldly In While she Its Jonrney must beicin; Mast pass attain the nopolesi round, For many a j ear all Jovless found. Iter life Is left so lonely? The old mnn leans upon his cane, And sees his lifo ro bv ngitln, Now trembling, and and lonely i Hit strength Is spent, his eyes aro dim, And not a soul tn caio for film Is Icltof ni...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 October 1886

' 4 T V !' r- - r 'FARM AND FIRESIDE. Red ant will never ba found In olosota or drawers If a small bag oi tulphur Is kept in theso places. boston Post. Thorough cultiratlon of oorn anil potatoes of ton repeated will bo found a safo nrotootion against drouth. &' I' f xinnati Times. Make a harness fit properly and a homo can wear it without distress, pro vided that it is nlsd kept decently clean and comfortably soft. Exchange. Cure for Hiccough A teaspoonful of granulated sugar moistened with pure vinegar will generally remedy that annoying compiaint, hiccough. Toledo Blade. Ratsod Waffles: One quart of flour, one pint of sweet milk, two egg, a tablcspoonfulof melted butter, ono tea spoonful of salt, half cup of yeast; bake In wafllo irons well heated and greased. The llouiehold. Have you occasion to dig up any aods along the roadsido, under tho fences or in any part of tho garden P Save them. Spread a layer of sods and sprinklo on it n light dressing of potash (ashes) and bone; 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. — 6 October 1886

7 ''.' j, Wr-iv j jT iTvT .,. iW-t: - - - 1 1 1 ii - F(V. rcr. f fe' Professional Cards. Card !mM Un4r IMt Head at loHewt: 1 lucii, par year....... ... ..10 y. Incii, par year ...... 5 Ji lncli,uerear .......... 3 '4'en minor tula type rank 1 inoh. i. m. novt.K. w.H.ntimstM., TtlflK tUIDISIIX, 1DB3STTISTS, HILLSBORO, O. OrrioE-In MoKlbben block, 8. High street, VTKUON B.I.AFFKRTV, Physician and Surgeon, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Ofpick Main street, over Delvller'a More. Healdauce, Hontti street, flrt door west of 0 car I.emuu'K. uijiaiyl O. U. Olt.t.INB. JOII M A. COlAAXa. ROLLINS COLLINS, ATTORNEYS JPL.1 X.A.W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Office Roomii 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Muln and HliU streets. A Notary Pobllo Inoffloe. mart I KTA8, 2DB3STTIST, HILLSBORO, O. Ofxice Hibben block, formerly Herald office. TTART GABBETT ATTORNEYS -A.T1 X,AW, HILLSBORO, O. OrriCE Corner of Main and High atreeti, Merchants- national nans uuuaing. I KOBQE B. OABDMEB, ATTOiaiirSY .A.T IiA-W HILLSBORO, O. OFFick-Over ...

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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. — 13 October 1886

-F7-W' CUuS'lv - r t, vv- t uv :tt ,-t? . a co NEWS-HERALA wrtw i- -gm1iwwwiW:r'WHH jL & 'jilori . llJ"H .. -,,. via' (!' i .. i uoiir ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBEK 13, 1886. VOL. 50-NO. 28 IBH H BM Wm aH HfJ ksm Be ibm bbbi Y. aw, SIB g ,T GERMANY. Our Correspondent Getting Accustomed to Ger man Diet. The Hardships of tho Female Laborers and Her Con 1 ' fltant Contentment. i 'i CeMet-Glbralter of the Sklio"- Neawiei, the Home of the "Qui' ' ken of Gemany Eeita-., a igem aid the-. Celebrated ppolllBarloR Water. n , . BwN, AugUrt 13tb,1880. Editor Nkws-Herald : We see Cob lentz together, although tho pleasure that wo would otherwise enjoy is marred by the separation that la so soon to be. , Our Munich friends will take the even ing boat for Mayence, and there take the train for their home (Munich), one with n sprained ankle from which he may never entirely recover. Coblentz, the capital of the Rhenish province of Prussia, is a strongly forti fi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 October 1886

V ' s"Vr,, I')- K i & tV-j . .,. rf -( I' f .- The News-Herald. WSMAT. SMJTOaUCB IS. Ma. HILLSBORO. i t t OHIO- TOPICS OF THE DAY. Philadelphia capitalists are to start a dally newspaper in Mew York, which, they say, shall bo a conspicuously clean paper, will taboo sensational accounts of crime and unsavory reports of every sort, and will publish no Sunday edition. Austrian vital statistics for the year 1885 make a very unfavorable showing. There was a large increaso in the num ber of deaths, while tbero was a marked decrease in the number of births. Thero was also a largo decrease in the num ber of marriages. If mud springs and hot geysers should begin to spout near Charleston the whole population would probably aban don the country, yet many of the same people will travel all the way to Yellow stone Park to see the same phenomena. When these natural wonders are brought too close to our doors thoy lose their attractiveness. Russia has certain military districts la which the res...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 13 October 1886

X FOR SUNDAY READING. FOR GOOD. "All thins work together for aood to them" that lore Ood."-om. vM: 28. Sometimes, dear Lord, mr doubting heart Can scatce take In thll Word Dlvlnei when tar from Thee mr feet depart. Or when I hopolcstljr repine Wbou loving friend Is laid below The soft brown mold fur out of sight) When mr poor henrt Is nilod with woo. And life's bright day Is turned to night. Orworso, estranged from somo Inved friend, who ne'er buforo had stood iiloof, Whom fain we'd trust unto the end. But who had failed when put to proof. Then, Lord, ah then, otirboarts robot, And bitter, burning tears taut How; Life's sullen surges deeper swell, And bitterness is urowncd with woo. The disappointment that will come, The cures and worries of naoh day Are these but loading to one home? Is this the path tho only way But there are times, dear Lord or mine. When my soul grasps the promise sweot; Accepts this blessed Word or Thlno, And humbly lies at Thy dear feet. Willing to take from T...

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. — 13 October 1886

t1M H m r The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESbAY BY TH News-Herald Publishing Company. I. W. Bamrt. BtkMBarmt. E.R. Pitnw. f OltCIIIPTIOM, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE, IIA.TKS FOR ADVBJRTISINO- Made Known en Application. OCTOBER 13, 1886. Republican State Ticket. For Secretary of State, JAMKS S.'ROBINSON, of Hnrtlln. Judge of the Supreme Court, MARSHALL J. WILLIAMS, of Fayette. Clerk of the Supreme Court, URBAN HESTER, of Van Wert. Coaimiasioner of Common Schools', , E. T. TAPPAN, of Knox. 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, THOMAS CHERRINGTON, of Lawrence. Republican County Ticket. Auditor, GEORGE W. LEFEVRE, of Madison. Commissioner, J. M. FOUST, of Clay. Infirmary Director, E. V. GRIM, of Penn. JOHN MeBRIDE'S STATEMENTS. 'Wheierer fa tkese Uilted States the aristocrats...

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