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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 21 April 1887

mtm ' VI -.sfoc isas "VWi &4 ssss - r e W ;4 ft' K1, : V J- a 'j."t , SP r R m T'. if sfe; "f if ' j&A FJy k FURNITURE DECEITS. TIIIICGS THAT ARK AITOGETIFER VmJXJt WHAT THEY SEEM. 4 A Whole Boom la Single Room Dancer of Making Too Free With a Friend's Fnr fcltnre, Which May Have a Store for StaJtag A Young Clergymen's Mishap. New Yobic, April 2. Dklkoation of the nicest girls In Fifth avenue 'went tosee the very, very . handsome as sistant-rector of St. Thomas' 'Church. They had an errand v, Y concerning some sort ' of charity fad or other, but the fact that every one of the seven reported for duty in a toilet composed with b 'rupulous care suggests that they also wished to meet the gentleman for himself as well as for their good cause. Well, they pre sented themcelves at his residence, which was in ono of those bachelor semi-hotels that have lately multiplied in New York. We first entered the public reception room. "Why can't wo go right up and sur prise him f " the leader...

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. — 21 April 1887

",,,' "" mWfmmmjm f - t I-' ralH. ItKZSMd CHWm AltfTMAT.S I yK"-., "? r! Ln'V?h THE CABItftiT. I .JP . M i THE PASTTTOTSTS fry ;SHf Le i , & '& K , fff 7A News Herald. m r. HUXSBORO, OHIO. & THUR8DAY, APRIL 21, 1B87. S'Ar- L.E33UW3 IW 3VJfllJ. i- wtflM Queer Adventure of Little Bertha After School One Afternoon. When Bertha came home from school, lugging her arith metic, grammar, physiology, geography, history, reader, copybook and slate, she felt very tired. Her tasks per plexed her, and she hardly knew what to get at first. It was a bright day, and her thoughts would ram ble t lit c-f titers, so that slie had to keep pulling them back again. Her sums in arithmetic bothered her, but she thought that she could do them very well If it wasn't for the fractions. Then, too, she did not feel certain that she had quite com mitted to memory the names of all the rivers in the country, and to-morrow her teacher would take the pointer and go over the map, and the children would ha...

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. — 21 April 1887

ft. , M jV&r $$5.. ', ,v: v ?u ! nir ,a 'A ,' i ' r r- t v . j ?r . s -$y-. I cte -BV. n -., c ?.jS? oWPIII mc ,?: IN THE BEND. SCENES IN THE ITALIAN QUARTER OF NEW YORK. Women Who Become Grandmother While Still Voung In Year Life on the Damp nit Among the Ah-Heap Scene In the Wont Slum In the Great City. New York, April 20- Vou have heard of very young moth ers in the tropics and even north of them, In Cuba and Mexico, but did you ever hear of a mother of thir teen or fourteen years In this country! Yet wo have them numerously and frequently here in New York where the thermometer often rests at zero and coquets with the freezing point for three or four months of the year. Not long ago I was in Mulberry street Matting on the sidewalk for a person who had left me for a few mo ments and I became Interested in as cute and cunning a little baby as I ever set eyes on a round-faced, dimpled, big eyed, wise little cherub of probably a couple of months of age. The infant was Italian, as...

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. — 21 April 1887

? pa. tfr rl J F-'V-fc J i" 3558 ' J 'ex.. Htwfw ,, v ' -ppgBPBiaMX rT w2" - iJikBMibjArZ JFf, . frrf'?T.!5?5?' .5 ?-&f?::.v ..A-wJA&rfft.Ji -'' - - , . , . , , M IF v if"'- The News Herald. w HIIXSBOHO, OHIO. THUB8DAT, APBIL 91, 1867. WOMAN'S WORLD. MEW LIGHT THAT HAS CAUSES AN VNIVERSAI. AWAKENING. The Great Change In the Condition and Prospects of Women That Haa Taken Place Daring the Latter Half of the Present Century Notable Illustration. The change In the condition and pros pects of women and tho work accom plished by them in their own behalf is, and will be, the marvel of the later half of the present century. Thirty years ago the women in this and other countries still under "subjection." They had no property rights; no rights in their own children; no means of thorough education; no colleges; no professional schools capable of conferring the equal training and recognized position of men. The "happy" woman and the "womanly" woman was the one who only left her father'...

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. — 21 April 1887

s , 3S V. HSTl." v i . - & $& K--,rrvvit rjfs. A re ' &L, V -,-V i,v v-f-sr Hr t ij 'ytJ?:v. swirs Tlc - . i' '' jI'ILOOAXi. To-day is 'Arbor Day. Lew (Wallace at Armory to-morrow nlglit? Friday, 22di "kr. James C Wriglit loft Monday morning for Findlayr Four-button kid gloves to,$1.50'atrGlehV& Co'a." from 60 cents Bainbridge will vote on the expulsion of the saloon next Monday. ,Mr. Charles F. Weimer left last Satur day afternoon for Chattanooga. , Charles K. Nevln, J. P., of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with his parents. Rev. j'E. Grand Glrard, of Eckinans villewas in this city Sunday last. For low prices in boots and shoes go to the Bee Hive, South High street. m Mrs. Dr. Rives is visiting her sister-in-law, MrsYftufus king, of Cincinnati. Our winter stock of shoes to be closed out regardless of cost. Glenn & Co. For decorated and plain dinner and tea seta and chamber S6ts go to Bowies'. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Barrere re moved Tuesday of this week to Colum bus. Fr...

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. — 21 April 1887

"-- ' "' " ' ' - . ' ' HB wwsyi s i55v; , v '.. -"(!;. .15 ." ; y'1 ' '-I. iV.1 .A ; mfc ;'S; 'it4tekfe . .V- y-'tft' ;v mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmm I kjw;i- w p-- .8. -- ' ,' Tl ,..' r- . fejt, is . V' rt. Ti z. ia. l:G $&. r -zsr is :fjT ?... : i rJ.J Wf.'' "' fk" f - . - . I .2LmW m JHt J-w Sayur PB3Bi 80N Why tlon't buy the LIGHT-RUNNING Itw Home Ssving Bfachine It li not equaled by any other ; It never get eat of order j it Is so cully nndentood that a eMld Un yean old can do all kind ot tewing ea it t von ean bny it or partiei that are relis Ms aad will alwaya keep Needles and other rep? alias for it t it U the only machine In the world oa which art embroidery can be inccrufolly dee without the aid of extra attachments. OaU at their itora and ice aamploa of work Ifflllt on thia iplendld machine. Jacob Saylor Bon are atill wiling Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and all kinda of Fancy Good remarkably-low Com and bare yonr yea properly fitted with SpsotMiee at th...

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. — 28 April 1887

VY Jfc "V . mwjn1 uaw r'fZjriftL'- ni'iMii 1 1 i i in i. ., - v- t -rot r ' "-. f." - - - , ?. . -p.ki ,.,-,.- aj- ;v . spbiutb . ' 7 , 'S''.LLMMMr'y 'K ..- " KfwwJGg&m .vrA -W"""? ' m KH- , J .. " U tXa i w K1" ' . "s vh.wi ..Tia,st..ir-K jatt x tr f- tztBStiifter- tr NEWS-HERALD. , V i, fe-iftnURiiC -. J" 1" 1 n: f! r ,V1 ,T ,,,,. J'- .. ESTABLISHED 1&7. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1887. VOL. 51-NTO. 22 r'itB jm jM J j H 1 HIL V -V , r. , V Tersely Touches Tuscaloosa Topics. Alabama Rightfully Entitled to ItMf fining "Here ' - 2. Iastltatlon of Learning Alabama In Mae Asylam Peculiar Patients t Another Love Storj of The Lato Rrtwlllofe. Tuscaloosa, Ala .April 17, 1887. I hayo just been gettingi6nTtb'fl. t"obt side" of some 'greens, bacon and new potatoes, which constituted the, most important elements of a regular 'South erndinner, and IlwillJaoW seek to aid digestion by the pleasant "task of getting up my Naws Hbrald letter.7 f r Tuscaloosd' is V plac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 April 1887

.u .. r .sv v r : ". r ; w I'J. T, & S I I- H Y-t& a r- 1' EVurJ I I! LiVS V &r . K ' ' R m .. EHs" i-Smi V2i?Mi is rx. i'" "Z. V. iV, t H :&&sma" i pu-vv, VJ, i,.-J',1 T2?i . J. r r - - f!f -4- 6 ' r " "W1 kT T T 1 J .r,. .- s na rannra.nprain vtiV-. AUb AlWff0Vi HAW! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY . nr tu News-Herald Publishing Company . .. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RA.TK8 BOH ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. APRIL 88, 1887. EDITOEIAL. H. 8. McNICOL.' We shall son know whether all this pow-wow about the Inefflcacy of prohi bition is justified by experiences or not. Members of the British Parliament bare recently been indulged iu the pleasant little pastime of calling ench other liars. Guess they must be trying to compete with the legislature of Indi ana in its remarkable record for orderly behavior. Tedro Garcia, editor of tho Obsenador 'l'ronUrizoja confined in Cutting's old cell at Paso del Norte for calling Mayor Pro ve...

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. — 28 April 1887

.Viik -i. -"Sf rW, "i3V. ir4,CM- :m;J7!. t4VjUv .V A'. " f S-ff w8-T' J&..Jfu.J..l.s I y-' -S.aX'-'V &V T 1 -r ' . i ri f.jiF aWRilBWl!w3fg irl iC.V JiiAtafS)SKJi3ifi? &W-. A,iea B? - r- Ift' l. LWV lU Iff 8: 'U y L. vm l-S 7 i ?c Ilk' 7"Ad Mew: Herald. HTIXftBOHO, OHIO. THURSDAY, APRIL 38, 1887 HOW TO HAVE PANSIE9. The Way Their Lib Kay be PreUage Into the Bummer. I have had, in the heat of summer, when the ran lay tilt late in the afternoon, pausles an Inch and three-quarters across from seed two yean old from the florist and a ten-cent package In the beginning. I use a mixture of cow manure, partly rotted forest leaves, nd wood ashes. Three quarts of ashes to a bushel of manure is enough, but two-thirds of the soil of the bed of the manure and leaves is not too much for pansles. It makes no difference whether the manure is fresh or jotted, that I can see, but it is best to have it buried with a couple of inches of rich soil lover it in which to set the seedlings. A mu...

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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. — 28 April 1887

-&!-.,, ? -!.'" . -V " y j kt-wvi - ", :r.jkvi p;,v ... u W .HSESS, am ff si- , V HJ "t'St i u .i!.V'V?f . &' '.v4'" "ft,. as ?- fc r k" X S r & & ! r IA a W W JU I, fil. h v. ra ;tf 'X, )$ Kb kr V r Xf "miTHi.nmiv TAliMAlttJ O WAI. , v I VAXOTTS IRKACItKK AS HE AP- rj mtAiwrwHnspiTi.piT. iw t ntaa. M Me Looks and Aet When ! ssisslag HI Sermons His Stylo li TJn oavtntlonal, But Hot Sensational Con 'miUoil Staging Led by a Cornetlst. v - . 777 . "Ziavw xori, April ara wnoevergocsio 'Talmage's Brooklyn Tabernacle as to a cImm. exnectlnir tn be diverted bv tho an- v tie of a clown, Is bound to be dlsap- s pointed. Bnt the fact that anticipation sla aot to be realized does not come to the jy visitor at first. The platform Is not fur- manea wun any puipii, ana is oroau uku a f Alaaa A lalila 4m oma11 BtaMrla itrl ft c chair, not at all ecclesiastical in shape, " mIaaa. at 1a lianl ) ,Y.n Ann tn j.HV gCK.ll Rk IUD Uda, RUU 141U HUUt l" j-'covereu wun a uarK carpel, mu orig...

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. — 28 April 1887

mw&ww !gr t. I&V Ufe V ISSi t 8 r ? x tv .tse , '., &"? 0 :i 7Ae air Herald. ItXSBOItO, OHIO. THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1887. THX RKPOSK OS" A HBAXTHT GIBI She May Baa "Tomboy' or a ''Fright," But She Sleep and It Happy. ' Mln Tomboy has no affinity for well behaved girls. She cannot sit still long enough to be lady-like. She dances at night and plays lawn tennis by day, and never seems to feel ihe need of rest out side her healthy and unbroken sleep of nine good hours by the clock. She does well all things needing vigor, boldness, ' courage ana agility. She climbs rocks like a goat, swims like a fish, rides like an Amazon, independent of a skirt, and Indifferent of stirrups. She shoots at a mark with wonderful accuracy of aim, and can climb up a smooth tree like the boys. She angles and takes wasps' nests 'with the boys, and knuckles down at marbles, as well as stands to the wicket as if she answered to the name of Jack instead of Jane. She likes nothlmr so much as to make he...

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. — 28 April 1887

Hsf -f ' fc.ne !, l bTr' (."!&' L-Kfe ;?5S' eT- 4t l?l . if t 1 1 t I- t i Ji I Ife R, A i if V !. rr i t set ' .'- Jr..; r tfrfev -St JANKTMCS HAIR. MILS O SULLY. w - ,rv-' ' iw Ok I loosen till mood that you wear, Ja- ifrfSOi hetie. f gj Let me tangle hand In your hair, my pet, - j. ' or tne worm to me naa no daintier sigm Than your brown hair Telling your shouldex. white. It was brown with a golden gloss, Janette, It waa finer than silk of the floss, my pet, Twas a beautiful mist, falling down to your wrist, Twaa a thing to be braided and jeweled and kissed 'Twas the loveliest hair In the world, my pet. My arm was the arm of a clown, Janette, It was Sinewy, bristled and brown, my pet, But warmly and softly it loved to caress, Your round white neck, and your wealth of tress, Your beautiful plenty of hair my pet. Your eyes had a swimming glory, Janette, Revealing the old, dear story, my pet, They were gray with that chastened tinge of the sky, When the trout leaps quickest to s...

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. — 28 April 1887

Xft cr'ai"ST'i'' ?', n . .ix-jr sL m . T, ,u y. WVr. m k?-' , ," . 1 I V, r. !4V '. a " :fmk aaaaanevnMnaneaaaes Tlie News-Herald. OImi loggard Jalldlaf, W. Mais It APRIL 28, 1887. Circuit Court is in session. m Fancy notions a specialty at Glenn & Co.'s. ' m Dick Cooper is spending a few days in Dayton. Common Pleas Court has adjourned until Juno 20th. Mrs. Lizxie M. Brown has been quite sick for the past week. ai Oar entire stock of shoes to be closed out regardless of cost. Glenn & Co. The C. L. S. 0. will meet Friday even ing at 7 o'clock at the residonce of D. F. Scott. Call and see Hiestand & Cowman, at Model City Mills, before you sell your wheat. a Jake Felbel,' who is attending school at Cincinnati, spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. James Kilgour and Miss Mary Woods wnro married last Thursday evening. Mr. George Haigh left Monday after noon to spend a few days at Lexington, Kentucky. For a nice, refreshing drink go to W. C.Smlth's and get a glass of California ...

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. — 28 April 1887

V , rv '1?S t- ii f Y&, V . i w s i ?sj r V li lt v ft rV. V 'iC ilij'l J, rt rl:-- - t-4".tf' ; 1 JHLJuoi Sayler RjH & son k rE xiaBBSBBSBBBrl Why don't yoa ouy me LIGHT-RUNNING . lew Home Sewing Machine Ik is not equaled by any other : it never get out ot order j it ia to easily understood that a ohild ton yeara old can do all kind ot sewing on it ; yon can buy it of parties that are relia nt and will always keep Needles and other tup plies for it ; it ia the only machine in the norl I oa which art embroidery can be successfully doss without the aid of extra attachments 011 at their store and see samples of work made on this splendid machine. Jacob Saylur ft Hon are atill selling Watchen, Clocks, Jewelr sad all kiuda of Fancy QihkIs rrmarkaMy In Come and bare your eyes pmpprly fitted win Spectacle at the sign ofjhe BIO WATCH, Corner lain and High Streets. DUKE OF FRANCE Will stand for the service of mares nntil Nov. 1, at my stables in New Boston. Highland Co DESURIPriON a...

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. — 5 May 1887

s-iT-N'k-; r- -' " lr? ' jRvAt-"V. ,W V r &, " ' THE NEWS-HERALD. j re el E8TABLISHEJD ;1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1887. 1 kr Li. VOL. 51-NO. 3? -- fpyKr -, .- iMa. ', , r r !-rV I . - J- BOOMING: WICHITA. Its Miraculous Growth and Progress. Destined to bo the Commercial Cntcr of the "Garden of the West." Wicmita, Kan., April 18th, 1887. Editoh News-Herald: The boom which has been raging in so many of the Kansas towns this spring, has, no doubt, becotno quite familiar in your columns ere this, but thinking possibly so.ne of the many readers of your paper might be interested in reading a few items from Wichita and vicinity, we take pleasure in presenting them. For almost two years past my atten tion has been called to Wichita and Sunny Kansas, in consequence of which on the ninth day of February last, a landing was made in the "ideal" city, where were found quite a number of young men from Clinton and Fayette counties, Ohio, all of whom are perma nently l...

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. — 5 May 1887

MiiiHiHMit -.'.' wau r.',r?.(?:isAt?'T .-is?-.c.,ivvs.', -r'f" - .' -c"jr- - . .'-i - t. ui. t j ; ..r vvj .' .- -w Ji-.ii-fr.i. "a. ' .r - ? ; auun a ;r- -'-. w& f-f kr R Sf feV C rj i 4Wm. I5f 1 pr KS& ' r-tf- j 1 t'Si f 4cr The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TUB Hows-Herald Publishing Company. fi. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. subscription, txso a year in advance. BA.TK9 FOR ADV3CRTISINO- Made Known on Application. MAT 6, 1887. EDITOEIAL. H. S. McNICOL. Col. 0. L. Poorman has been favorably mentioned as a candidate for State Au ditor, and is certainly well qualified and worthy of the office. His services in the tally sheet forgery cases and his admir able record as Representative of Belmont county entitle him to consideration. The Bepublican State Convention could not make a better choice for that office than Col. Poorman. The lightning process of manufactur ing newspaper cuts is not an unblem ished success. The State Journal's pic ture of Bowling, the penitentiary...

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. — 5 May 1887

WbSSSP-3 WMS'lS'A mMMSWTW ?f&fw v&j::?& "d -; ?. W 'tfW-FS t r t ''Sk - . v I Ji: V If .-v r iV i .,., t,'j, i m , , ws.' rf aji'if The News Herald. Hmntoao, omo. THURBPJT, MAY 5, 1687. IN LIGHTER VEIN. , fill COCLD DIBTIKOUISH THEM. "Speaking of Mm. Robinson and Mrs. Jones," remarked Fangle, "they resemble each other Very much." "Yes, they look a good deal alike," as senkd Mrs. Fangle. "In fact, I can't tell them apart; but 1 suppose you can, my dear? "WelL I should JUst think I could 1 Why Mr. Jones' bonnets cost four times as much as Mrs. Robinson's." ALBERT EDWARD'S SCHEME. "Well, that's a queer idea for royalty I" ex claimed Mrs. Snooks, looking up from the patier. "What is the idea, love?" asked Snooks. "Why, the daughters of the Princcof Wales a'" make their own bonnets." "Nothing ery queer about that," replied Snooks. "You see the prince ones some heavy debts about LOOO,000." "Well, what of thaf?" "Why. of course he'll bo able to pay them all in a little while no...

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. — 5 May 1887

jjg 'Ii 9"j9 KN- ff m m-. ;?. ..t: 'W& .&& t wr."?: ftftlYRRft OF FIRE. m T MFIO SCENES OF VOIXJANIC pf' activity in Hawaii. Sqake Shocks by the Hundred Until &U tfce Ind TTm Heaving Like the Sen The 'ounmoi in UT-iiiimn lonnuum ,mt Tire In Fall Piny nt the Same Time. The mail from the Hawaiian Islands g&give interesting ueiaus ui tue ewiu- KSqiiakes and volcanic eruptions that have r. . . ., ...... ., .. .. Egufeeen going on there. An occasional i llht shock of earthnuake Is little no- BffK ttMmA Im 41,1b Mfftnn . lint Avar etnpf. ..firlv L'anu u i". .v.gwu, uu. ...-. .....- ..,, ss-jb jjecemoer mere nas oeen a sieauy ' Inproiutfl in the force and the freauencv ?sa- ... : . .... ...... . t." ' pOI tne snoCKS. isyine iisin 01 .January :'"lRcy naa increased to an average 01 uuouv S: three a day, and they became heavier and pThenvler until the 16th, when it was cvl- dent that an eruption was to be expected, fe. though none could tell where it would jigUBurat forth....

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. — 5 May 1887

C','i4,?C'5.iS'1 w rTuiT .' w HV Pi V mm :.. ffAnVI 3 1M.S - tt'Vds; . witShT.' iwrvf rt f to d &.. n - -K. I sr are , C It SF IfeO J. , v. If ? It A - "ti. i .r. .- Iv'r.r,,.5-. The News Herald. HltXSBOBO, OHIO. THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1B87. AU articles not credited to other publicatlont are original artletu, writttnand mutinied for tAlteheet.) THE AWAKENING. BT MM. 8. M. WLRT. She rtandeth now so stilly, e'en like marble, Eyelids adroop upon each Illy cheek, Wrapped In silence so deep and golden, Yon must not move or stir, lest she should speax. Thou waltest now impatient for an answer, Hearing naughi but breathing, soft and low j And yet, 1 know, thou'lt wait In peace for erer, Than from her lips hear "No." She lores you? Yea, even as she loves a brother, Or childhood friends f o sweet ; But she would ope her eyes in childish won der, Should you kneel at her feet. Let her alone. E'en nov,' a faint flush steal ing, Shows dawn is nigh. Too soon, mayhap, 'twill change to rosy splendor,...

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. — 5 May 1887

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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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