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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 November 1886

JFOR SUNDAY BEADING. 3QING HOME. One hour Imi of earth. Slowly tho solemn belli ohlme out the hour: Ono lust f hi nt echo lingers, from tho tower 80 lightly floating, and with tnaglo power Wblipivs unlo ray troubled hoart: "Oh, bo at For wberesoe'cr thou roa. All happonoth for the best! And thou art one hour nearer homol" One da Imi of earth. Slowly the tun is sinklag; and the night Draw on apact. Tho evenosoent light Of oveniog fast la f ad log from my.sight, ' The gloomy oanopy of night spreads o'er me lroar: Yet, from Its very dome, . A whispered word 1 hear " Add thou art one day nearer home I" Jno week less of earth. Aye. seven more days of wearv toll nro o'er; My journey s ono week shorter to that shore Where I shall aall tho sea of llfo no more Mo more shall mind the wares and shoals, With danger fraught. Nor tae-d Ita dashing foam. f How blessed comes the thought 1 That I am ono week nearer home! 1 1 1 1 One month less Of earth. The moon that shono so bright but Just ago is ...

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. — 18 November 1886

t s r f f m sBai I J J r- ( 7, , k ' .e NeMvs-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY IIV THK News-Herald Publishing Company. Ct. W. Barrtre. Bsbtt larrtrt. E. R. Pirns. SUBSCRIPTION, tl.tf A VKAB IN ADVANCE. JIATK8 FOR ADVERTISING- Mads Known en Application. NOVEMBER 18, 1886. Senator Pugslev'a majority in the dis trict nppordlnir to the official flnures is 12'- Owing to the law's delay we will not have the pleasure of announcing the BTPrntlon of the Chicaito anarchists until New Year if then. Joseph Pulitzer's profile this year as proprietor of the New York World will be $000,000. And still some people will look down on "us journalists." i The alleged rumor that Cutting is go ing to invade and carry away the upper nart of Mexico has not yet affected tooli. The "bucket-shops" have not yet felt its effects. Perhaps it was sim ply a campaign lie. The Hillsboro Gazette puts up a Binall rooster and crows over the election of a Democratic Justice of the Peace in one township of the county. The...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 November 1886

J- ft The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Building, W. Main Bt. NOVEMBER 18, 1886 The management of the Nbws-Hkbaui are pleased to be able to announce to its readers that they have engaged the services of Mr. Will II. Shade, well and favorably known io all Its readers as "The Tramp,"os editor. Though young in years, Mr. Shado is old in experience, being familiar with the different tides of journalism, from washing rollers up to higher matters pertaining thereto. "The Tramp" papers howover, will not be discontinued, but will apper as usual. It is, the determination of the publish ers that the News-Herald shall not be one of tho best, but me best country paper in the State. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Mr. Phil Plaut Porkopolis. spent Monday in the Mr. C. A. Martin, of Columbus, was in this city lost Saturday. , in ' Mr. If. Thomas, a Baltimore drummer, spent Sunday at the Kramer. Mr. Ben Hanley is wearing his eye in n sling the result of a bad cold. Ask your grocer for Foerster's...

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. — 18 November 1886

- r t . i- - . & A' . IT, M, A?v .V The News-Herald. TMVRMBAY. NOVCMBKB IS, ISS. H1LLSB0R0. t i i OHIO. IN OLDEN TIMES. If turkey failed and beef ws tough, With toll nnd debt increasing. We sighed not, but we nt onouith. And laughed becauso tbc limes were rough And care's demand! unceasing. Ilerond the clouds the future stood With gifts of Joyor sorrow. We (rusted God to make them rood. And waited still. In thankful mood, J Tho dawning of the morrow. "Thlrgs might be wore," tho father said, "Hope darkened moro." said mother; "Tho household memories were not dead, The household angels bad not fled, (iod saved us to each other." And o that old Thanksgiving Dar, In doubt nnd darkness rising. Was full or pi also, and lovo's sweet way Held o er all its gentle sway. Our souls In Joy baptizing. Oh 1 not for ploasuro's Idle reign. Nor luxury's soft condition. Uprise' praise that sweeten pain And faith that ripens souls like grain Kor harvest fluids el) slim. Thanksgiving, In tbc humble ...

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. — 18 November 1886

t n r HABITS OF ANTS. Alatost Hainan They Are la Their PaMlons and Amtuema,ts. In spito of the multifarious duties and tasks that are imposed on these ttny burghers they still find time to clean and adorn their worthy little persons. No spot, no atom of dust, or any thing else uncleanly will they tolerate on their bodies. They get' rid of tho dirt with the brushy tufts on their feet or with their tongue. They act, for all the world, like domestic oats when they clean and lick themselves; and they as sist one another at the toilet precisely like monkeys. Their sense of cleanli ness goes o far that the naturalist often finds, to his unpleasant surprise, the 'colored marks that ho had applied with so much care on his "trial ants" TemoTcd by their dirt-hating friends. They keop their dwellings just as clean ly. But the conveying away of their deceased brethren, whoso doad bodies they appear to regard with tho greatest antipathy rives them more trouble' than any thing else. When somo mem...

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. — 18 November 1886

Af I si ww . " y it f. if - T . "rKw "5 - I " 1 - & fc Professional Cards. Card Interred Under tkli Head at foHtm: 1 ouii, (i r jer -.-.- .-.HO 4), Inrii, per ar J Vine" rets ear Ti. Unfa of this type make 1 Inch. J. II. UuVhE. W.S.ROD1SILL. yy llllLKt KltniMlLt, TDJ32Sra?ISTS, tllt.LHHUHU, U. OtFlctfln Muliltiueu block. 8. High atreet. YnVIN MeD. SMITH, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Pmltli'4 Hloek.our. Main slid Mlili streets. 2 KIJiUK B.LArFKBrV, Physiolan and Surgeon, HII.L'SBOKO, UHIU. UrFiCK -Main street, over Deiwiler'nelore. )tsl tt-ii.-e, South streel.nrsl door west of Ot i.ir li'iii'in'H. my soy l i . it. coi.i.iss. ionw a. collins. -r10I.I.IN8 COLLINS, ATTOBNBT8 AT X.A.'W, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Ors-irr.-Rooins 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Mlnnud High street. A Notary Public Jnoltloe. mam a 12VAM8, DENTIST, HILLSBORO, O. DrEicE-Hibben block, formerly Herald office. -rxAUT St OABBKTT, ATTORNETS AT X..A.W, HILLSBORO, O. OrrtUK-Corner of Main and Hlgbatreeta, Merchants' National Bank Bnlldl...

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. — 25 November 1886

'rr'wc:, ' i vr v " t m1- . rlf ", H P ' ' V ,,, ,,-sie' ,.. Kt;:;.,j THE NEWS-HERALD. 3"i . i I ESTABLISHED 1837. HIILSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 34 f 1 K. V 3 iifr MIL r .m tv r rtHijEiP-tnK!rrw; i-kj?T1yj-jrj . -y&m Tells of Further Travels in tlio Bnyon Conntry Ho algo Takes a Few More Oysters and Attends a Now Ycnr's Festival. In iny last chapter of travels I slum bered the sleep of tho righteous. At least I hope I did. At all events I slept exceedingly well, sung to sleep by the winds of a southern winter and tho creaking and sighing of tho branches of tho grove of orange and china trees that grew around tho ancient house beneath the roof of which I had sought rest and shelter. Sly unknown room-mate must have been an exceedingly early riser, or it was shortly after daybreak when I awoko and already he had disappear ed, though not without leaving a healthy depression cat-a-cornered across the couch his graceful figure had occu pied. mi)...

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. — 25 November 1886

- . - v ,, . ' ,'-;.', ' .....yr'.i. '-.-i v .'" tc , ii ij-S) lie ! !'' " w " JStCPf"' .f " 4V ' . J r fe fr fcr The News-Herald. THVMMT, KOVMBSCSt U. tat. H1LLSU0R0. t i t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. i Hew York has an epidemic of the meatier fend diphtheria. Thkre is no end of the variety In the shape of ladies' hats. Tns next national prison congress will meet at Toronto, Ont George M. Pullman is worth 115,000.000 In the Chicago tax list. i The proposed exhibition at Brussels in 1883 has been abandoned. Mrs. Victoria. Schilling, nee Morisinl, has been found In Europe. Twentt-sine postmasters earned less than a dollar a piece last year. The official census of Piussia shows a population of 28,318,453 persons. Kansas Citt has contracted for a 1000,000 Bre-proof boatd of trade building. A Nebraska court is asked to decide the Question: "What's in a snusagol" A memorial history of the Jews in Amer ica is proposed, to be issued in 1893. Atwo-poojjd nugget of virgin gold has been found in Tra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 November 1886

I FOR SUNDAY READING. A HYMN OF THANKS. We thank Thee, Heavenly Father, or this fair and fertile land, For vine, nnd fruit, and goldon sheaves, dlfta of Thy bounteous band. For the woodi and fields we bless Thoo, Kortheoharin of summer noun, Tho glory or the sunset skies. Sweet birds and fragrant flowers. We thank Thee, tender Shepherd, Who children bleat of old, ' " For the preotous flf t of Utile ones That still our ansa infold. For nre"de lore we bleat Thee, In love and peace socuro. For sweet communion heart to hoart. For friendship warm ana pure. For the fair and stately tnmptes Kear'd by prarer and faith to Thee, For tho blossedneas of worship, Chant, and Hymn, and Litany. We Mess and praise Thy glorious name For, all Thy mercies given! And nay wo reach, life's harvest o'er, 1 ; I Tba fadeless Aeld of Heaven. i- " I'taUy A. BrosmeA, CONTINUOUS THANKSGIVING. The Negative and positive Mercies and Blessings Showered Upon V Cause for Never Kndlag Hongs of Praise to God, Thanksgivi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 November 1886

T T'-S '!'( "1" m ' ," i & to W- rfaf ? asjttie The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BV THt News-Herald Publishing Company. O. W. Barren. Babee Barren. E. R. PUrton. SUBSCRIPTION, II.SO A VEAR IN AOVANCC. IIA-TKS FOR ADVERTISING- Md Known en Application. NOVEMBER 25, - - 1886. Oi'ii. Denver has gone to Washington D. C, on business. Cacti. Denver is probably in accord with the "ghoulish glee" talk of O. Cleveland, Esq. Kipley' s gas company has an official named Credit. There's no such thing connected with our'n. We have received the first number of the Labor Gazelle, published at Wcllston, O. It looks enterprising. a The Clermont Courier calls him "Senator Pugsley, of Hillsboro, one of the rising Republicans of Ohio." AVIiere is Allen 0. Myers? What have they been doing to you Allen? You didn't get the bounce did yon? Yes ? Well, who'd a thought it ! l'rank Siddal, the Philadelphia soap man, says : "I have confined my adver tising entirely to newspapers. The man who does no...

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. — 25 November 1886

'vi u ?V r vj r !' I! 1 , The News-HcraWj ' ',,! Office i Hoggard Building, W. Main Bt NOVEMBER 26, - 1880 WILL. Ht BHADB, Editor. Try Langdon's City Butter Crackers. Mr. W. ,P. James,! ol Philadelphia, wag in tills city last Friday. v Ask your grocer for toerster'scity bnU' ter crackers. They are the best. Mr. WiU Uhrig, of Cincinnati, spent Friday with relatives in this city. , Mr, W, tt. Hunter, of Moundsvillo, W.ATa:,-was in this city last,week. There will be a G, A. K., camp-fire at New Vienna December 3d and 4th. Hon. Mills Gardner of Washington , C, H., was in the city last Thursday. Mr. A. McMicken, of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, was lninecuyiasi we..( n ' Wrt rmv 75 tents for Good Wheat : i H. & C, Mr. Frank Emrnerling has occupied lils now residence on East North' street. ? Bob Murphy U a late addition 'totfie J18V Ol inuuws ut uio wwMfcj ....... .j. " " Mr. Phil Plant and sister, IMrs; I.. A. Feibel, are attending the Opera Festival at Cincinnati. - Mr. Nat. AVolfsteih ...

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. — 25 November 1886

r - iv & ,i h "THAT THINGS ARE NO WORSE." Prom the time of our old Revolution, When we throw on" the yoke of the ICln g. Baa descended this phrase to remember, To remember, to sny, and to stag; 'Tls a pbr&so that Is full of n lesson. It can comfort and warm like a Arc, It can cheer us when days are the darkest: "That things are no worse, O, my Sire I" Twos King George's Prime Minister said it, To the King who had questioned. In heat, What he meant by appointing Thanksgiving, In snch times of 111 lack and defeat; " What's the cause for your Day of Thanksgiv ing Tell me, prayr cried tho King, In his Ire J Said tho Minister: "This Is tho reason That things are no worse, O, my Sire l" There has nothing come down in the story Of the answer returned by tho King; But I think on his throne he sat sllont, And confessed It a sensible thing. For there s never a burden so heavy That It might not be heavier still; Theio is never so bitter a sorrow TlMt the cup could not fuller flit. And ...

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. — 25 November 1886

7 4, K r .. & FARM AND FIRESIDE. The Jutoo of half a lemon In a glasi of water, without sugar, will frequent ly cure a aick headache. Chicago Journa'. If any housokoopor finds it imoera tire to clean windows on an icy cold day, she can accomplish it safely by using a cloth dampened with alcohol, which never freezes. If a chimney at the time of build ing is plastered on the inside with mortar mixed with a strong solution of salt, tho soot will not adhere to it, and the chimney will never take Are. a European horticulturist affirms that washing beforo cooking impairs the flavor of vegetables. Dirt should be removed with a oloth or brush, or, if washing can not bo' avoided, it should be postponod until tho moment before cooking is commenced. Raised Cake: Two cups of sugar mixed with one cup of butter, half a cup of raisins, seeded and chopped, half n. cup of citron out in small strips, two eggs and 1 cups of broad dough. Mix all thoroughly together and lot it ralso in pans beforo b...

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. — 25 November 1886

' v,'1' "J" aaaV" .-;- 1i - I jv p i imi.iitupMwrt assional Cards. .sorted Under this Head as follows: ,irycnr .......... ..S10 i'' . - ,. i . iimi vear .. u i Tilillnesof mis type make 1 Inch. II. IIOVI.K. w.s. numstr.t.. D ovi.i: a ituimii.i., 3DI32STTISTS, Illl.LSUUIlU, u. ilKr'lCK-ln MoKMnueii block, M. High street. fllVIN Mt'l). SMITH, i.a,o?oia3rE:x:"-j5L.,r -Xi a."w Jlii,L.siiouo, Ohio. Smith's Block, cor. Muln ami High streets. IN rill.SON II. LAFKKUTY, Physician and Surgeon, IIILLSUUIIU, UU1U. Ofvick Main street, over Detwilor's store Itrsl'ieuce, South street, first Uoor west of Os car I.uiuouV. lnjaoyl C. U. COLLISS. JOIttf A. COLLINS. fiOLLINS A COL-LUTS, ATTORNBYB -A.T Ij-AW, HILLSBORO, OHIO. Office Booms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Muln ami High streets. A Notary Public limrtlee. mart! KVAS, 3DE3STTIST, HILLSBORO, O. Ofeice Hibben block, formerly Herald office. TTART & GARRETT, StTORISXEtFs AT LAW, HILLSBOIIO, O. OfKiuu-t'orner of Main nnil II I gh streets, Mercha...

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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. — 2 December 1886

lO -- ,.n" - t rw ,' I ' i THE NEWS-HERALD. BBTABLISHBD 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1886. VOL. 50 NO. 35 ( ,'t-V. ' ' ( i . - Writes About Some of the Collinaes and Others, and Offers Some JL'atent Adjustable Poetry. It is strango how varied may be the effects of tho cycles of time. Whoever originated the saying that truth is Strang or than fiction deserves to be set down as a first-class proverb-maker. The fol lowing letter has been captured by The Tramp (which is me), and although it explains itself I tako tho liberty to pre face it with a few incidental remarks: Years ago Mr. C. H. Collins, to whom Hillsboro owes much for her enviable reputation as a literary centre, and of whose literary works this city feels a justifiable pride, was s practicing lawyer in Batavia, the capital of our neighbor ing county of Clermont. Mike Fitch was a younger Batavian, but not so much younger but that a warm friendship ex isted between the two. Then fortune separated t...

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. — 2 December 1886

II h- 'it M W'f : clai frfc 'Viz The News-Herald. TMEIUStAT. BKCF.XBEB B, IS. HILLSBORa J t t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. 'Wisconsin has tea loss post-offices now than ono year ago. Tin Ontario Knights of Labor havo boy cotted the Chinese. A riPTEr.N-iEAK-OLD Kansas girl secured a divorce recently. Tub latest piece of slang In New York City Is "foddering up." Hawaii, with only C0.O0O Inhabitants, pays her King f $.",000 a year. A Philadelphia. slsm reads: "Tectb pulled while you wait." One-thimj of Jay Gould's dally mall is composed of begging letters. Platt CocMr, III., has no money in th treasury and is four cents hi debt. Tiieiie is strong talk of organizing a leasue of colored base ball players. Cocaine was $500 an ounce. Now any body can go crazy on it at S an ounce. Ten thousand cattle aro killed in Now York City overy week for food purposes. A boy in Tpnnesseo has a mouth w hlch he can open to the extent of nearly six inches. It is said that one-third of the children of the Mormons...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 2 December 1886

""w ! I ' (: 1 I 1 fi I I v. II) I? i 1 'I j 1 JPOR SUNDAY HEADING. - ,' THE APPOINTED WAY. I stand where two road part: Lord, art Thou with me in the shadows hero? t can not I If t my eyes to tee. , Speak to mo If thou art! , . ' I tremble, and my heart Is cold with f oar: Dark la tho way thou batt appointed me. From tho bright face of day It winds far down a valley dark as death. And brds and thorns await my shrink Inir feet: An Icy mist and pray Comes to meblllliif mo wlthnwfiil breath: How canst Tbou say ,'lhy yoko it light and tweet? Nay, those are palo who go Down the gray shadows; each one, tired and worn, Bearing a cross that s-alleth him full soro, And blood or this doth flow. And thntono's pallid brows arc rayed with thorn, And eyes are blind with weeping; ever more. Still they press onwanl fnst, i And tho shades compass them: now, far away. I teo arrest hill shaped like Calvary) trill they come thcro at laity A reflex from some far fair perfect day Touches the high clear ...

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. — 2 December 1886

'? V 1 - K ''I m l;R !." -m e The NfewsHerald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY HV Tllr Newa-Horald Publishing Company. Q. W. Barrere. Batxa Bamre. C. R. Planes, SUBSCRIPTION, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE, liAiMCS FOR ADVHBTISING Midt Known on Application. DECEMBER 1886 Wilmington Is to have a new S30.000 hotel. m m Williamsburg has a now paper the Clermont firaphir, II. 0. Xeweomlip, pub lisher. mt Tim parable of the Grent Pitt did not nili'h on Xo? Well, it made Homo oi 'urn smile over at the Court llouap, any- The late election seems to have hud a strange effect upon Brow n county Dem ocrats. Hon. Chilton A. White has joined church. This country sometimes furnishes in teresting scandals, but not often can we ralco up anything as disgustingly filthy as the evidence in the Lord anil Lady Colin Campbell divorce- suit. For the present Eneland Mears the belt. Some talk has been occasioned by cer tain Governors omitting any mention of God in their Thanksgiving proclama tions, but licland, of Texas,...

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. — 2 December 1886

,. v,"9HHPBMWBBI HOLIDAY OPENING at G. W. BOATERS & CO.'S, PEC. 9th. , iHI , The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main flt DECEMBER 2, - 1888 WILL. H. 8HADB, Editor. Try Larigdoh's City Butter Cracker Mr, Phil Kramer went down to Cin cinnati Friday. Mr. Fred Pope ia to study dentistry with Dr. W. 8. RudiaiU. i i Mr. George Roush spent the latter pnrt o( last week in Dayton. Mr. Dunn, of Sardinia, visited this Hiy tlio latter part of last week. . . Mrs. W. II. Penn nndsou, Burch, spent Thursday last with relatives here. Mr. Chas. Kevin; of Cincinnati,' spent Thanksgiving with his'parcnta here. We pay 7(5 cents for Good Wheat H. & C. Mr. Dick Kockhold and sister, Miss Mat tie, spent Thanksgiving in -Cincinnati. . x. Mr. Charlie McClure, of , Columbus, spent Thanksgiving with relatives in this city. Prof. Henry, the mesmerist, spent Thanksgiving in this city, on his way to Greenfield. Mrs. Capt. Carson and Master Arthur returned homo Monday after a visit to Dlanclieste...

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. — 2 December 1886

y - .Il - T ! 5 V r " The News-Herald. VHCBWAT. CHXaEB , 1M3. H1LLSB0R0. 'i : oim WHICH SHALL I CHOOSE? "I hiivo two lovers, rrrnndmolherj One lias a very handsome faoi Ho dresses In the finest stvle: tils manners bare n tin shed oraco: He plai s n sumo ot tennis well ; Ho knows tbe latest step or dimes; Ho'smndo tbo Europoan lour. And tells how things arc done. In Francs. And whon this lover conies to woo, Tho hnute puts on a state! air: My mother makes tho finest tea; M v newest dress I have to wear: Ho's such n very strilsh beau; And I am pleased and flattered, too: But .ot I wonder If through Ufa This hind of thing would surety dor Not handsome la m other beau. Our Annie culls him 'commonplacor Hn can not play a s.cglo game. His manners have no stylish grace. Ho had to study Lard In youth To win the p aeo where now ho stands; Tho marks of thought aro on h ff.ee, Tho marks of labor ou his hands. But whan he comes a-woolng me, My father noer si ps awa.'i My mother does her househo...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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