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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 December 1886

W' i K CHRISTMAS. SowsanUItottotthaagos, Whoa (Jhrtstaaa M sever kept! When tke sank, hi darkreroMUoa, Btitod her IIW and stent? Bow apeak of the tardy unfeldlng Of mm In the orlmion Kut Wbealat far the Heavenly Infant Then wotted too solemn feastf The shepherd slag In glow aooordi "labdraourHiag, The blessed Lord." AtaUei as It down the ages Mortality's ery echoed still f So long had It voiced every hearttieat, It lingered the daybreak to nil; Itaeli hitter, dleoordaat, low earth-wall Shocked Heuvealy air as It rang! Vke llabe breathed; Divinity woke, Aad tko aagela In raptare a&ag. Tke shepherds aay, "WeeeekBlm,aU. Look at tba Star O'ar Dethlehcm's stall Xixn Bat enwrapped In the manger, III ttnj band folded aoft That hand, to be pat forth tor others In taring strength, ao oft; To be, area In willing sabmlsstoa. Extended from Calvary, Now reels oo the Mother's bosom, la beautiful Infancy. The akepherda whisper, Oaoaohknee, " We bring our gift, O Lord, to Thee." That head, en 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. — 23 December 1886

: I' fat , s. MILITARY MATTEIIS. Nchk nf Interest to Ohio's Urine CH zcii Noldlery. '1'Iih following pledgo is belt)).' i-ireulat-cil ninong the Scott Dragoons, und has Inunil muneron. signoN. It N ft step in the riiiht direct ion, and tlesi'rves encour agement: "We, tlie unili'rijneil, hereby agree to tutullv abstain from the use of all intoxicating liquors (eider not included) for the period of one year from Decem ber 111, 188(1, or forfeit to the Scott Dra goons the sum of $. Tim treasurer of Haiil m-npniiy U iiutliorized to retain said imiii out of unv money in his hands or receivod by him. belonging to any pet si u ho violates this pledge." At Hie Xutionnl diill and encampment which will be. held at tlu Nation's Capi tal, l-pgiuninji on tho 23d of next May, It is ptopmml to give medals of honor in Bolil,ilvcrand bronXo,uccordlng to grade, besides magnificent souvenir stands of coIiim to regiment-", and inoie than double the largeMt money ime jut ollered, graded among the infant...

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. — 23 December 1886

mfs&F'-f - VU4-m nge; rre T4P?tT?,?. ?r&z&?rm flP hv&'&'Z ' JV&$ -.Kr-XIS ;hk,-'!j ?-. '? & - f , vr'".? fi rA, .1 bhhhkw ! rmm s s 2 Sl .. . . . .& S w$S .. fesv . .,c .s VB ? 88 cSV cVSc - vV V A. WCNJ" 0W ..WV "XJ- CV . j.jX ,.ktn vv Jt .JT a jf . jr ar v T V V V Vr V WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET iM,wiii''MiMiMM''''',,'M"Mi'iM',,M'','i,'M,'M,M & ' ' (HOLIDAY $ m ras w . Nlb I rg lF . T yggggKBBaKaKiBggK. saHaLLLLgflLfllgM i !? AnB I fi BEJI m r-1 u t.Ti 'M i 1 3 nm i IX? 1 . The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nr Tit News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. Barms Bebee Barren. SUBSCRIPTION, SKSO A YEAR IN ADVANCE.. IIA.TK8 FOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. DECEMBER 23, - 1886. HIGHLAND BOY Writes of the "Something More Interesting," By Which He Evidently Meant The Girls In General and Del ware Girls In Particular, In Surh a Manner Hiaf.Lfads the Editor, to Snspect that He Con templates Falling In Iayo. l)Ei,AWAnE, O., Dec. 11th, 1...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 December 1886

nBSKSOT lfLIJF fr - It .Ti i jj. w , "4 " g -i j ? ,a 'ir tr&r ak :kn-,mk '&' "' -? I r,? 1 5 h y &rv tv sj v ' tm . 4l ?-& it ..J - mm& -3Sx . SrV 1 u .., --rH Professional Bards. Cards Iniirtsd Undir thlt Hud u leHow: t gich, per year.., ....... .. $10 K inch, ir j ear , - ............ J Vj IIIDH j el ) t i J'-VVUTi""" lviiluiKKOf this tyne make Mh jl.H.UOVl.H. ff.,BDl8IU.. rvOTLK HP-fall.-, DEIST -CISTS, HK.I.HBORO, O. irriCR-ta MuKlniitti block, 8. High street. TBVIN MclJ. SMITH, ro:RTav-,,-iiw Mtu-stio uo, Oino. Mtnltli's lllnck.cur. Main and Hlgli streets -XKLlON II. I.AVFKHTY, Paysician and Surgeon, III1.L4BORO, OHIO. Urnuc Mtlti street, over Detwller's store UesHenre, Hoitth lreet.flrl door westol Oi car t.-mtii.'-. nuHfljl o. it. colmhs. jons A. C0U.US. putU.SS OOLUMS, ( ATTORNEYS T Xj-rVW , HILLSBOKO. OHIO. Orrtcs Rooms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cot uer Main HUd High street". A Notary I'ubllr in rrao. uiarM ,k KVANS, ' DENTIST, lilLt.SHURO.0 OtUOB Hltben blo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 December 1886

V ApacavKj -' a GOODS AT G. W. BOWERS & CO.'S. aui Kpsi H6tDiAJx A. s . -rTi ; . v The News-Herald. Offloei1 HoggaVd Building; W. Main St. DECEMBER 33, 1886 WILL. H. BHADE, Editor TEN PAGES. 10,090 pounds Soft Snap wanted. J. 8. ELL1FRITZ & CO. Card Cases at Detwiler's. Kor holiday candles go to' W.C. Smith. i Dr. N. B. Lafferty visited at North Lib erty last week. , ,,. . .. There will be a festival at Dodsonvllle school-house Christmas Eve. Oranges, bananas, lemons, figs, dates,- ralsl.is, etc., at W. G. Smith's. Mr. and Mrs, John, F. Nelson spent Monday and Tuesday in Cincinnati. We pay the highest price for Wheat at HiEstAsn &"Cowman's. Miss Carrie Wctmore left yesterday to Visit friends and relatives in Springfield. French candies 40 cents per pound or 2 pounds for 75 cents at W. C. Smith's. Mr. El wood Kelson arrived homo from the West Tuesday to spend his holiday vacation. Tho Y. P. M. S., of Lynchburg, will render a cantata Christmas Eve at Woodrow Hall. Copt. A....

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 December 1886

V I ' IT- V 'y- The News-Herald. THCItaAY. Dt-ttMBBB M, IMS. HILISttORO. OHIO A CHRISTMAS LEGEND. When the shoemaker of Antwerp earns to die. And In tear and trombUnj f toed the Iiord moat high. To the question item and awfult "What hast thou For the King of Earth and Heaven done below t" "Ijord," he onawcrod, "other serro thee. I alone Have no talent, not to offer at Thjr throne : lOnlv this one thine to Thee. Lord, dare I telti 1 hare ploasod the children, and they lore me eU." Then the awful hu.h that followod In tho eliy Suddenly was broKcn by a pleading 017; a)y the volt of the children that arose In tho streets throughout tho city, praying thus: "Dear Lord, wo are lonely. The monks and the scJnts In the city abound, 'But since the shoemuker died not a man Iltuo we anywhore found Who can play tho fames that tho children lore. And play thorn so well. Or tell us talcs of the olden time He only could telL There Is no one to sing to us the merry old tonga As he used to do, Or to wh...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 December 1886

, 'V H A X u. ft FARM AND FIRESIDE. Malta Daw planting of horseradish at least erory two yoars. Vairts farmer. During the pnt few years land tn nany Jk'lorlda o nintles has doubled In prloe. The population has also doubled. Hon manure wlion kept drylosis little strength with afe. The prudent farmer does not allow it to go to waste. N. S. Farmer. Be aura that tho ground floor In tho poultry houso In enough higher than tho surround ng ground to keep it per fect It dry. Damp doora are very pro ductlve of disease. tf. T. Examiner. B'a-ult: One quart of flour, two neap'ngt.'iunoontulaof baking powder, welt et rred in tho (lour; one-half tea? spoonful of salt and one tablcspoonful of lard wull mixed into the flour; add one coffee oupfiil' of sweot milk or water; mix ami bake in rather hot oven. To'tda male. For burns apply white of egg and and sweet qil. euiil parts, bea'en to gether. You may know tho fire is out when the buried floih turns red and quits running Water. Wli' n tho Are is o...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 23 December 1886

v- w Si.. ' w. .-.., '.1W THE RUSTIC MUSE. t la-t I ho floiimUrloR carrier Ixiro Tl... vI'Ijko paper In nur dour. Wrlanup'tntrs it wrek-uld lit, lis corner lor tbe rustic Maw. - J(j ' It rrennl tninglliiK in a breath 'I he wedding knell and dlrg of death. Whittitr'f &nme-Bomd, TWO UEMS. WHAT IS LOVEV Tl it lovely, enchanting atld beautiful dream. That sheds o'er Ilia sonl like (lie enn'a geutle beam O'er tint earth, with the beamy of springtime It- feHCSSCd. A.wsriuth tad a ghiw tongue hath never ex- pirated. Uli. tb btantlM, the hop? tbt tuob visions Unfold, Ere the held has grown gry or the heart has brown cold I Ami the eye light with rapture, tbe hurt bound with joy. Oti find, that the waking such bliss should de stroy I Hat (.'wcicr or later the vuluu will fsdu I.tk" the liow'rets of springtime their beauty decayed ; And the hot blood will cool and tbe tenses grow chill i And tlw spirit will droop and the passions be MIL hnjoy the false dream (or it soon will depart And the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 December 1886

" "V ' VHi r , "" .-- ,,' i (UtW A .rLv-it) I t t lyiiAtt"- THE NEWS-HERALD. . o . . .: Jfc ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1886. VOL. 50NO.,89 s & k i i' ., & t u Brave Logan's Deal. A Nation mourns I Qo toll lb bU ! While comrades all In sorrow bow. The form ell kow and loved to w.U By death's oold bud la now Uld low. Breve Logan's dead t When tratton (ought our flag to rend, And nullify oar oouotry' Uwi, Among th first ni h to lend' HU good right arm to f reedom' enw Breve Logan's deed I Thrragh ell the year of that greet etrtfe Mo dsty shnn"d. with skill end nerve- Expoelng heelth end limb end life-; Fiom hU plain daty did not swerve. Brevu Logan's deed. Hie deede of daring we remit, HU akill in battle end debate t Hie graoioae care for vet'ren ell There eeeme but few to emulate. Brare Logan', dead t In poignant grief we'll drop a tear, S For Logan waa belored of all. A man of deedi, without e fear, Betponiive, breve at dnty'e call. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 30 December 1886

I'X ; ' , - ;-(-ytY" ," I fc h IV f "2. .jr -,. - The News-Herald. TMUItftDAV. BM.K31UI.il 10, ISSO. iiiM.smmo. t i i OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tin King of Belgium pays Stanley (30,000 year. Tnr.ui Is a great religious rovival in Canada. The cholera epldemlo In Buonos Ajtob la m the decline. Tub lord mayor's dinner In London thla year cost to,(im. A New York bride, a few days ago, had ten bridosmaids. Tnr, holiday trade is immense and Bhows a plcntltudo of cash. It cost New York City $70,000 to convict Alderman McQuadc- It looks as if Washington and Montana might be admitted as Htatcs. Laxotht Intends endowing a homo for indigent respoctablo womon. Mn. Jones, of Waterloo, Kan., has named Ills thirteenth son Chostnut Jones. English professional boauties are not at tracting much attention at present. (Secretary Lamar thinks Lowell tho best vaster of pure English now living. America is exporting plum-pudding to England in considerable quantities. Tun trouble between tho Knights of La bor an...

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. — 30 December 1886

HOLIDAY GOODS AT G. W. BOWERS & CO.'S. i- s s -ii. If m t'.r ' V V - W (fe k T The News-Herald. Plea i loMri Building, W. Mtlallt. DE0EMBBB80. - 1886 WILL. H. SHADE, Editor. 10,090 pounds Soft 8oap wanted. J.8.EI.LiritITZCU. Card Cases at Detwiler's. "Red" Sullivan ii with us again. For holiday candles go to W.O.Smith. - Born To Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyle, 23d inst , a boy. m ' Mr. O. H. Welts, of Wilmington, was in the city Saturday. Miss Cora Head gave a pleasant llttlt- party Christmas night. J. S. Leeds has our thanks (or Topeka, (Kan.,) papers. Mr. L. L. Helt contemplates studying medicine with Dr. Hoyt. Prof. V. H. Nolle will spend Friday and Saturday is Cincinnati. Oranges, bananas, lemons, figs, dates, raisins, etc., at W. C. Smith's. ' What is nicer (or n holiday present than a gold pen ? At Detwiler's. m Misses Mary and Sara Scott visited relatives at Dodsonville last week. m Doc. Hilton dropped in off of "the road" to eat Christmas (owl at home. We pay the highest pri...

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. — 30 December 1886

t ','Tfl4" j r..,..i.V" .'!:&"; "u ? rc-rc- r.'Ni" , "'T ' SfT y The News-Herald. TIICItttStAY. nriKMBBB SS, MS. H1LUSHORO. OHIO A TRUE LOVE 8 TORY. The Beautiful Spinster and the Elderly Part. Said nn eldorly widower onoo to a beantltnt Spinster: "My lire all dooeptlon discard; I'll tnalio you a husband most loyal and dutiful; Encumbrance I'vo none, savo a son In tho , Guards. "He's a 'misogynist;' that la the way, lsdy, Tney opcak of a man with such doctrines as his; He's n hater of womon, rra sorry to say, lady." Sighed tho beautiful spinster: "I know that he Is." Sttd the widower: marrlnKOs: "Yours shall be grandest of You shall have presents In brltllant amy; You shtll havo servants, and horses and oar ringes; Sweetest of all, yon shall hare your own way. "Mansion at London and villa at Oaertanna, House boat at Datcnot, and yacht shall be thine: So shall ray boxes, with millions of wealth In em; CBsy then, enchantress. Oh I win yoo be mUer Said tho beautiful spinster:' Ohl ...

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. — 30 December 1886

iv j M afeJ THE INDUSTRIAL WORLD. i Honey-raising is gradually becom- mg the chief industry in Nevada. i -Thoylold of ono Dakota farm ti giren as 60,000 bushels of wheat, 8.000 bushola of barluv mid 12.000 bushels of I; -aU. Maine hits daring tho Inst vonr put tip 10,701,600 onni of corn, over 810,000 cans ef nocotuh, and over 144,003 cans of lima beans. Throo Portland .firm hato dono most of this business. It is estimated that the asbestos mines In Canada Will this year put out two thousand tons, much of which is used In deadening wills and floors and aMhe samo time rendering them firo pcoof. In railroad building the United States far outstrips all other nations. up to ine oiosu or l?4 there were i,. !.,..., u..i...i u i oa. . nnAm?i.f r.u. -mi. "".,; -one-half was in tho United States. --.i-if -.. i- ,ui' ii.ir.7i....' f OMeaf Journal. Tho amount of wool going into consumption in Kuropo is much larger this year than previously, while tho demand la this country is alio Increas ing,...

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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. — 30 December 1886

T TT V v' 4-i .' .N (., - HHOLIDAY i It -! V v $ . dVV "VTV VT v Jm - v A ?T J - v WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. GOODS iiA IF 1 1 The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT THB News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. Barren. Bebea Barren. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATB8 FOR ADVERTISING r - Mad Known on Application. DECEMBER' 30, 1886. A young lady while out sleighing on Tuesday night had her ears frozen. It is strongly suspected that her male companion was her brother. A'orrwtown Herald, j ' Among the first-class enterprising periodicals of the day the Sunny South, published at Birmingham, Ala., takes a foremost stand. By reason of its excel lence from a journalistic point of view, as well as from its excellence as an exponent of the progress of the new, enlightened, liberal, progressive South, it is entitled to a front rank. Persons in this vicinity having books or manuscript bearing on the early his tory of Ohio or the Northwest Territory, which they are willing to...

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. — 30 December 1886

fo A r 4 m. ' POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thia pointer never Tariea. A marvel of Vnrily, strenirth end wlwlM oneness. Mota economical thin the orclln rv kind", end eon mot be eolit in oimpotltlon with the multitude f low test, short weight Alum or phosphate Kwaer. now only in ran.', nt win Co., 100 Wall street, N. Y, Kovaii Bakio a29)l CHRISTMAS. Ghristmu in eomlng, it soon will be here, Filling each heart with kindness and cheer; Giving its gifts to tbono that wo love Symboli of God's precious gifts from above. Christmas is coming, it soon will be here, Its coming makes glad the close of the year. it fills the hearts of our children with glee, Their songs and souls are winsome and free. Then come to the place, make no delay Your coming will bo a question of pay Tot Hiestand has always been able to sell The best and the cheapest, you know very welL ifts for the young and gifts for the old Of quality, character and number untold Sifts that are good and b tier and best But come to the wor...

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. — 30 December 1886

""V, " f V ,l id., Rs k , ;p A ii; gMBiWPLL'; t1"'- v-'ng' .ts-'rrivrff? J1- v'''p "v i " V r it l K Ve- tr.--.. v as sat pa gUB SHERIFFS SALE. Real Estate. Ollliert Lyman vi. William M.Bmltb. High land Connty Court of Common Plena. Cue Mm. 4870 and 4205 consolidated. ORDER OF BALK. In pursuance of an order lnntd from tbe Court of Common Plea within and for tbe count of Highland and Slate of Ohio, made at tbe October term thereof A. D. 1886, and to me directed, I will offer for ealo at publlo auction at the door of tbe Court House, In the town of HllUboro, on Saturday, January 1st, A. D. 1887, at 8 o'clock p. m.ot said day, the follow Int described real estate, to wit! Hitoiite In the county of Highland and State of Ohio, township of Concord, to-wlt; Beginning at a -tone In the line of W.H. Kaktna and a corner to the land of W,H. Htewarts; thence with the line of said KaklnNN.74" W. 8800-100 poles to a stone In aid Enklns' line a corner ot J. W. Dela plane's; thence with his Hue N. ...

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. — 6 January 1887

IS -.! M& ; - '14 aiSKSSi jsumrsM- vs t i---vroft . vr -lonwojJnK wls'i-jo-is,lv'if."TW fint.-wi. niw,feifi--yw' JJ rw:z- - tt tsV. - w' -vifA, a.?' , ' 0 '' I , M jwi tr , -HERALD. ' 'c m:- iti' f it J L 4 ESTLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1887. VOL.-50NO, 40 J '."V'f NEWS C, J' 1 I) v - J. LETTERS FROM FRIENDS Should, Bo Filled, with Idca That; Flow Uncorrected x From the Pen's' Point. Tkfl Correspondence b tween Adams and Jefferson Teach the Lenana that Though Americans Mar Divide on Thmrlrs-Wo aryjNllll' Hrrthromta thr Cause -, of 'LlbertT." I k t j Well, here wo jtre, what is-lefl'of u A new year andl88Z begins tbappear as the (late on our misgiven bv the oW How welcome thcno from 'friends, ami uiiw lew ure Mieru.ui iiuiuhuiijt vuu uv not at least occassional Wrslyotje J tolcens of. reraeworanc from the absent, and writ in return. There is no "royal .road'' to this kind of composition, and where the heart1 speaks 'it will firuljflt ting forms...

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. — 6 January 1887

-ifwm"-' "0. W k& The News-Herald. nCRBSAT. JAMTAMT S, 1M7. hillshoko. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Now too can begin your New Year reso lutlons. There are six women dentists In Phlla. delphia. M. Mcxkacst, the distinguished artist, lias sailed for home. F. T. Babsom Is building three toboggan lidcs at Bridgeport. A Connecticctter has invontcd a mast that bends to tho gale. The South Carolina General Assembly lias adjourned slno die. As Orlando (Fla.) warehouse holds 300 barrels of orange wine. A trifle of (05,600,000 is still needed to finish tho Panama canal. A Boston dentist has had to pay $160 for milling the wrong tooth. General Miles Is considered the hand somest officer of the army, Since the Franco-German war 115 statues have been erected In France, Bio. Harcantonio Canini, of Venice, can speak ninety-three languages. TnE first crematory in the South Is about to be constructed near San Antonio, Tex. TnE man who writes Xmss for Christ mas will probably refer to next Fourth of Jul...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 6 January 1887

' in;l 'in.fVtSi" ' " V I 'V'f-VV VK - 4 '$ H- V fey f ( 4 AIT FOB SUNDAY READING, THE WIDOW'S GIFT. ! Treur of dod was open, and IlchoMI with lofty itep on glory bent, Tho might and tbs noblo of the land Drow near witn oflcringt magnificent I And human eyes looked on and loudly praised The lordly gtrera for their work of good i Hod they not their reward, In the amazed And roptureui plaudiu of the multitude? They turned away, and with oontemptuoni eye Regarded one, of poor but humble mien ; A widow to the Treasury drew nigh, And out her all, two little mltot , therein. Two mite I and human eye la smiling aoorn Looked on and with disdain men coldly sold: "A girt of no aooount, poor aoul forlorn ;" But Jessi hi the aaerince she made. And M she turned away aho heard His word, And law Bis look of lovo upon her bent, and all her aoul with rapture deep was stirred. That He knew all she gave, and was consent. for her a Heayen of riohes had been given. And lore gave baok all of her little h...

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. — 6 January 1887

y- . rv-'rT y t WILLIAM MATTHEWS, 3 MAIN STREET. X The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY ' BT THB ' News-Herald Publishing Company. G. W. Barren. Bebee Barrcrs. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. JANUARY 6, 1887. It is about time to swear off again. Sensibld .people will put no belief in the foolish report that Logan was poi soned. r G. Cleveland, Eq., has betn suffering from the rheumatism or a guilty con science. e Charlestonquaked another little quak Tuesday morning. The shock was alsi felt at other points in the Carolinas. Mr. C. W. Waters, a former partner of Hon. C A. White, and a well-known at torney, died at South Fmcastle Tuesda, of diabetes. A. terrible railroad accident occurred at Republic, near Tiffin, Tuesday. A fast possenper train collided with i freight. Nineteen persons are reported killed and many others severely injured. m Two young men were hunting in Shado Township, Pa., when a det jumped up in front of t...

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