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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 May 1887

I ,'v S , id .! I n ViTA- U.K.: M ti$$ -T t. r-lt m r. 1 n " i i . u;i l t. Fi:6REAT REVIYAL. it" 4A """"" "" CK 8TIKRKD BT PADRE "Aeomra o da montbfkltro. .1 I working "People Crowding the Oreol i ef Moreno to Listen to the Ka of na Kloqnent Monk An lira Scene A Specimen Sermon. -L' of the remarkable characteristics ol history is the Influence that great hare exerted over the popnlation ol cities. The middle ages especially were formally vast religion! revivals, The ef Savonarola ia famous the world over, besides him there are manv others ol . .fpsasiaJtaence in their day. Tho Dominican v VJMbJc, John of Vincenza, is said to have u. .tewn by hit eloquence over 400,000 person! h' ftfc one time to the plains of Pacura,in the $ Mlntry of Verona. Fra Jacope del Busso l Cmto, la the city of Pavia, attained an almost , f ateolute censorship of morals by virtue ol fjj. f .Ms austere example and his eloquent speech, i T' jan Bernardo da Massa preached unremhV t 'Xpngly for forty-two years ...

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. — 26 May 1887

.'i , .' ' "A, K- I-. J "'.., iS-i" -, tt&l? Riy e' s . W-- " X i u. 'T ' in N. J"' . ft .V ft- .' r & fa X& .? 'it -iv , . 'TOUMDAY.KAY 98, 1867. WHO BRIAREUS WAS A Revised Version of Bom Tales of Claatle Mfthelogr. Briareus m as much of a freak m Pan In some respect mora so. The question has often occupied my mind : Which would have commanded the higher alary in the dime museum of the present day? Perhaps Pan would have kept In the lead, for there was only one of him, and It would have been very difficult to make another. Freaks with goats horns, legs and hoofs can't be produced every day, even in this age of invention and scientific attainment. While there was only one Pan, Briareus had two brothers as picturesque in appear ance as himself. This would operate against him in the freak market; for the duplication of a curiosity seriously impairs its value. That is what has ruined the business of the glass eater, and made bridge jumpers as cheap as dirt. What the people ...

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. — 26 May 1887

rg? . .a tS. tf.fVv.k V trv,"4Sri2.! Jfr, e ivs wliv I . T " . X $ V ' V -? .m .; ' i h unui-a. - . r . .1 jl ( r ,11 I Mt ,B Jl Vlk VI, Tl WJ.lS jC' tw ' ISST. It o !' ?& ? .. fc &"&. fci fl &1 m m DT-eV- mm 5 IT ; .', . u ITHE FUNNY PROFESSOR. " . A QaKI Mtting with me printers uurea ' Him of Levity. Va rroiessor itemington, oi uaiacamnus n-vjAeauerny, me autnor oi many ui iuo 5 anuslng articles which hare recently ap- "' neared In the DaiUi Horn, called on the -Jweditor of that journal, several evenings HKfeteigoran.'ftft' much "tittering," said: Pir? "It, sir, the articles which I have been ending to your influential journal were humorous, I have now prepared one for you that is unreservedly funny i so funny, indeed, that even I, after jiM oonceivlng it ana tnereDy oeing pre- yi pared for all surprises, cannot read over without extreme laughter. I should think that when an author laughs at his own conceits it is the best test or weir mirui-provoKing qualities. Ar...

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. — 26 May 1887

" :-.-' '.-V-wVrc: 'S'-.f"'- .'Sb-wlMvi'. -I T. , .iim?'' '' -o. S-W .1' '!;; .!f -r1" "- " '" ' )f "V' vm lr :? IX?- -, .'TSS.XSTrp ''TTSS 148 - f -P --5 , r. The News-Herald. Offloei Boggard Bnlldlng, W. Main St MAT 86, 1887. The circulation of a newspaper deter ralati the value at Its columns an Ml vertlslng medium. The NEWS;HERALD has bjr far the Urge, clrenlatidn of any paper In Highland county, whleh tact ad. vertlters would do wall to bear In mind. Our lliti are open to their inspection. Next Monday is Decoration Day. m You ought to visit Boweis' iro rrcam parlors. o Harry Richards & Co,!, have rlosed their feed mill for the summer. e We pay 82c. for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiestand & Cowman. o Miss Cad Glenn, of New Vienna, is visiting her cousin, Miss Maggie Glenn. e Call and see Hiestand & Cowman, at Model City Mills, before you sell your wheat. These hot days a dish of Bowers' ice cream at his handsome parlors is very refreshing. Mr. Scott Holmes, of C...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 May 1887

tUBt, fiVXflSHRHBSttSROWWJ1 Sinr'TVi-T& TSvfmwST h. -1 W- K .loTlirV . fr,rS. SH. 5 1-? ,? (4Si LK'I nKw it -& ' ' - 8& .a fiSr t h it r I' t j'. 75, if ? T3 ' WBf SSG' i'-Cfif &5T- ' 'rry-:.v 'i?-V- EjS . 's- 8&1 . r.Ti Jacob Sayler & SON Asks : Why don't you buy the LIGHT-RUNNING law Home Sswing Machine It ti not equaled by any other ! it never gets oat of order t It is io euily understood that a child ten yean old can do all kinds of tewing on it i yon can buy it ot parties that are relia ble and will always keep Needles and other sup ptlts for it ; it is the only machine In the world on which art embroidery can be successfully done' without tho aid ot extra attachments. Oall at their store and see samples of work made on this splendid machine Jacob Saylor ft Son are still selling Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and all kinds or Fancy uoous remaraaDiy iow. Come and bare your eyes properly fitted with Hpectacles at the sign of the BIO. WATCH, Corner Main and High ...

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. — 2 June 1887

zjjjmaa UwKIt -JvfWWTiy KPP I k hk i N H in i 11.11'' ' 'yjJ'ilJWWIIMMf JK1- "'. ,f . 1, A i . 'i T r 'A'. 'X THE NEWS-HERALD. & H -Jj ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1887. jq VOL. 51-NO. 7 y F ( i. mk I KNIGHT OF THE GRIP Visits Our Nation's Oldest City. A Pretty Pen Picture of Ancient St. Augustine. Jacksonville-The "Missing Llnk"- Poblo Beach Moonrlse on the Ocean Good Advice. In the South, May 21st, 1887. From Savannah, Ga., I went to Jack Bonville, Fla. It was an alljday trip and nothing startling occurred. The scenery along this road consists of pine trees and white sand, interspersed with what was once a member of the swine family. One of these Florida hogs is the greatest joko I havo ever seen perpetrated on the lower animals since Hugh McNicol wrote his "Setter Dog." I well remem ber what an impression the first one I saw made upon me. We had been rumbling along for two or three hours without a stop. In fact there is nothing to stop for ...

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 June 1887

M :t n " Wfs . .',xfraivwy.fft,w'. f "ife aft?- "' ' w? i y- ? ( Ju A-k fVif , itf". vwc3Kfisei! sawaaw f-f5!K -t &; .u. 4C jf V f.: r" ". I". y ?fr VST ,J?1. IB T ! I? &' i lv is I . K r m i?- i-1. I ft.J R3& '&.. Rafcr S T ij Tgt ft mir "tiV &? The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THB News-Herald Publishing Company. . W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. BUMCBIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. BA.TK8 FOB ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. JUNE 2, - 1887. EDITOEIAi. H. 8. McNICOL The truth hurts. That Is why the Gazette howled so pitifully ahout the dance article. The Gazette' hired "growler" has again turned his attention to tho doings of the City Council. If that body should ever do anything commendable in the eyes of tho Gazette we would regard it ns an everlasting favor to be told of it. Mayor Hewitt, of New York, told a delegation of McGlynnitcs that the most successful Anti-Poverty Society is one plucky, brainy, industrious man. His declaration is practica...

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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 June 1887

M$zaflt.mv jif 7.? V .' v WL L"5i-. I ' t. 3k'v- h JP? M Mk J. t Joi lJ , U J T. I tc;i v. IT t . . m v it J I V. " v: ' t Ls.-J-' r5 Hft ?r , &:; The News-Herald. Oflett Eoggud Building, W. Mala It. JUNE 2, -J 1887. The Parker House's new depot-rig Is a beauty. m Mr. James Doorley, of Dayton, ia home on a visit. Mr. Chas. Morrow, of Greenfield, was In our midst Sunday. m Harry Chaney Is now running a "bucket shop" in Greenfield. Mr. Charles Gamble is spending a few weeks in Noblesvllle, Indiana. m Fresh fish direct from tho lakes Friday and Saturday at West End Grocery. m Sheriff Dawson and wife spent several days of the past week at Springfield. m Mr. Samuel Mullcnix, of Cincinnati, spent last week with his parents in this city. m The Greenfield High School will gradu ate a class of nine to-morrow (Friday) evening. Mrs. John A. Collins gave a five o'clock lunch to her lady friends last Saturday afternoon. m Messrs. Frank Nevin and O. C. Mor row, of Cincinnati, visited their pa...

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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. — 2 June 1887

zri&nmm ' ' ' 'K.'-'V'Sin -.. '5 j-fi ''':. - . ' c .'rAHj'VUfv'vl; ,&; .4 ;". . fa.rf f. ri - 4 : - .' UJ - ' - - i - ' - - -- . - - mi "ia IS." i 41- (, f R? B I Ik ft TV.4 SS3. 7? i" p . yvr . 4 mv - b tusxsSB is '1sTWl It K. w.lBss.fssT It zZ THIS WEEK New Dress Goods New Fans New Parasols New Handkerchiefs New (tunings New Carpets -AND- New Prices DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM Masonic Temple High St. May 25th, 1887. Jacob Sayler '& SON Asks: Why don't you buy the LIGHT-RUNNING New Home Sowing Machine Ik Is not equaled by any other ; it never get oat of order; it is so easily understood that a child ten yean old can do all kind of sewing on it ; yon can bny it of parties that are relia ble and will always keep Needles and other sap plies for it ; it is the ouly machine in the world on wnion an emoroiaery can ne successfully done without the aid of extra attachments. Call at their store and see samples of work asade on this splendid machine. Jacob Baylor t oon are iuu seuing...

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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. — 9 June 1887

.A' 5v ?' n, l-HERALD. ? - 1 ,& -rf tXJ .x& ?tfy-C iN v t.v 8 jL jj mi- ETABLISHBD 183 ; &V & l H 4LilBdIlO; ffl(GffiiJSrJ) C0.;0:5FRSDAY, JUNE 9, 1887. VOL.51-NO. 8 & ??. n fc-j5- 4., ! o h h II , 4 i V i iff. KNrfiHT OF THE GRIP Back Into Alabama Again. fae Takes Possesslen of tho Gulf of Mexico. Moatgetaery mi Her Electrical Can Pensacola Geronimo and Ills Tribe Alabama's Future. Mobilk, Ala., May 25th, 1887. I am' still on tho war-path for some climate. I left Florida disappointed in not finding a salubrious climate and started North; but after I left the At lantic the heat became oppressive and at Montgomery, Ala., I decided to travel near the Gulf of Mexica in order to get the benefit of the Gulf breeze. Mont gomery la a pretty town of about 36,000 inhabitants. At this plaee I noticed tbe street cars were run by some sower other than horses. The sight of these cars recalled the remark of John China man when he first saw the cable cars running in Cincinnati....

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. — 9 June 1887

" - : f ,t iL 't i- V f fed a i? IF l l l i IS t fsr ..i hlr r" f liSt r- s '"-' .v- ?,: '" "- The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BV TUB News-Herald Publishing Company. . . IARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UMCRimOH, tl.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RA.TBS FOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. JUNE 9, 1887. EDITOEIAL. H. S. McNICOL do to Halifax. Wo don't want a brewery. Tho John Kaufmann llrowing Company would doubtless reap a profit off those unfor tunates who are compelled to quaff the fiery on the sly. To establish a brewery would enable them to dodge the prohib itory ordinance by taking advantage of that clause permitting manufacturers to sell in quantities of a gallon or more at the manufactory. Tho Gazette dilates on the advantages of locating this new busi ness in our midst. It would doubtless be a great convenience to tho able edi tors to whom the scarcity of bug-juice has been such an annoyance. But to imagine that the people of Hillsboro are going to invite or encouragoa brewery...

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. — 9 June 1887

Wf'z'" CTO95 p '.Vf Yrr o a V .- i - v . "4 J8- it ..' iBS s& I .t . v.. . ' i J ---"- sasi'S..AW-i5i ..'.; li, . tv-VM n. : f-' J.a.:.i'.s, OHIO. THUftWDAY, JUNE 9, 18B7. johxxy's liAiiuiiioud joxb. CHAD. M'COY. A soap-box Johnny got one day, A Joint of piping, too ! .SaM he J "A camera I'll make And pictures Fit pretend to take, As other people do." dto when he got hit Instrument, As he coiulderedjjpne, He got a table-cloth then stood The thing on legs, aa others would, In having Jnst snch fun. 'ill, sinter!" called he next; "pray come . And see what I have made ; .Slt there and mind you do not laugh, -And I will take a photograph, ' Superior In grade." To Boverand the cat he said i "Now, ready one; two, three j d9tand steady there ; yes, you may wins:; There, there, that's long enough, I think ; Now, sister, look and see." "Why, I see nothing, Johnny, dear; It's empty, as I lire." -"Hal ha!" laughed Johnny, "ha! Just so, I usk you and you answer 'Nd,' Well, that's the negativ...

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. — 9 June 1887

pyj-amaw pp?'j!iij;w k -- agERi "iWW4V'x?r , r 'T5y!W!f Tw.W'r'SSWrl TP'''" ' "- .; . . V? j ' :f$' TOtfTOWeSSBBBBBBBSBBSSlfflPl. 'I ' ' I W SBSBBBBBBBBBBlSrr '.4?-,Y,fts,- '..y'VZi W i r.FRMAN hASEBAI.L frig - : EilMtte.aptead That Wm Hot Pleaaeat to,IU Contrive. H( -'Si Mt-'W' PJTCBXB. ft ii-;' CATCH. P 'T' SSOi OUT. t B: $g? EKFECTSOF COCA. r5 Strange Prodnct of the Forests South America. of !.l Consul Du Pre transmits from San Bal Evador an interesting renort nnnn the use nf a .... . j&eoca in that country and Its effects upon the $ Inhabitants. He says: t$i "I have seen so much recently written of iftgopca in newspapers and in medical publlca jj"ns that I am compelled to report what I :i'nave learned of the virtues of this product vStrsrjs passim? around thpir fnrphpAria in hiir. Uln burdens of 150 or 200 pounds on their . ' backs. I And flimm liHlo clonrlo nittnia !f traversing plains and mountains with greater p .celerity than the mule I bestride, which &.'Svels the l...

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. — 9 June 1887

&m !? ' J..?! rAr ; ifTmsi .'if v- v (if ht - '- tm .. ...,& rt!uji KSS m Ii re" I " I4r IV", js. a 1' litf ' 1m-. .a , -s kt:-.99aa9i!ttidies9l!att rv ,. r'' c:.t '.' rcrtJWMi . " . ?;f. frr-t T ' " iTtrtyrJ I .,.',Ag Jill1 nil I ?7if' ' r 8 twawsDkT:3Xmt lmt. I ' ' ' ' kf BFMMMf wlTPlBw wRm 9mw99mW9mwr "titftr&x; OMriivx-rtbire. ; 'T - I,'- VtttetniwitTorrr. ,.... iT-"" THl ANATOmSTS '': a ioclKtt- lit rtH AwDBtbOD. M mttit' e' WWM,M,Bli MWW UkMWbtAUkX)''riJtiiiMte- &. rir& Kt Met nuui MM "v.1 .' Ilia watWbtt ffittefm below," He jest tea UtUa strongs And dnee.JWs Uttfe fee will get, , From grim MdMUtab fMe; Me wests that tittle very wet, And a1eo..very straight.' -TRrrnmira sabAh's rntcAknrr. C JOm attltttdes kha takes f WprOHikuag facts disclose, That Bernhardt still continues thin And never yet suooeeded In. Assuming adipose'., cbab wm. 'Man do not trust to'sVrguinenle, , , , , Alone,'ttViWni they Wd teach. But mu refer to precedent To justify thdr briefest 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. — 9 June 1887

SBjfaWrj ""-i - wvhniHBfttf ?t?TK.: f " R;!. l;Yib i '. rt mm i 'at- V W t A k J J ffvwraKj as rfri ttjt asr CsMi r- f " . A PROTRACTBD CALL. X Jtla the prior they were sitting ; y, nutn dt lot Breuanvs mow. Quickly were the minutes flitting, Till at last he rose to go. With hit overcoat the puttered, From her eye escaped a tear "Must yon go to soon T" ht muttered, "Won't you stay to breakfast, dear?" A UNIQUE SPOT, & jOXiaKewooci, tne w inter aanitarium ,t . 'lw lor vv etuui anu xiejuure. ; ...... eJi ,- u Air. Henry ueorges ineory naa Deen Cf carried out, Lake wood would hare been -ln.M(kl. PMA,t . -n-r, U . n!M Jii,7' land, originally owned as farms, but de mC Berted by the owners and occupants be 1 5-. cause of the sterility of the soil, and 5 'C mourned over by the proprietorial resident; PViniof the ancient town of BrtcksbunT. thenost- tT!t ottce centre, as unavailable sand that would f vfi:v grow nothing but pines and scrub oak. Such El..A. ..AAl 11.11 .. A ... .1.... ......

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. — 9 June 1887

1 ''.vww,. .' .v7- S -f 7irj .n w'; hXS" "ilZ, tTtf V S4' - w ' "7? T: i '.- ,r-?'"'TrA .i . A!' BMH- mrT ,; r rr vxm. s.:'Myj e' :Tt-v tKzr ;.w.tkv v...:s v fv . .",- IflWW'OTi! ''!1'TTT'T''''''l'''TT'''''''f''' Si "" r Jk ' IK ' ' K ft -rf".. '-&& $; ll 3fp' Jl U-v ? i Tf fcl" I), s Ri KV s Ac S4 . mis & OKZO. TgPBJDAT,rJTOli,Mfr. .a wUafcK n cranWMl toedurpufMeation MerifWarN(f,rMIiaMt UNttHutdcf OLD' SCREEN. ne hrinlti Made By IttttMevona , , fennny Oat ef a Tad Chest. Master Johnny played truant one day and hie father, aearpeoter, locked him up In hit shop for punishment. It was not long be fore Johnny had all the oddi and ends ot the tool-chest laid out on the bench (Kot. 1 "and 3), and hie fertile ingenuity wrought out, in no time, what is developed in 8, 4 and 5. Bis father returned at noon, Just as hit hopeful had finished the latter, under which he wrote in chalk "Ole Screw-pin." It hap pened that this latter was a striking likeness of the sire and a climax ens...

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. — 9 June 1887

VffilS V .f ..-.. ,, :& iSiKas W SB-- slW : m ft $ Sk ,5'tSi w ia I, SS&. &'sr. . &. CHAPTER I. TM START. H HN ROLFE sat looking at tho letter inviting him to spend Christmas at Slnncput Manor. There was a postscript, brief and underscored: -.W'-fthope Mr. Rolfe Kill be able to come. Wv"& "E U." ?ViV-Even the fact that she had signed her Ini jUaia instead of her name stirred his feelings. &.&It seemed to be the sujestion of a confiden IfcvL'tlel relation that he was expected to under- art LS?' I was a lovely Vision that stood Bmiling k j$3etoTe him in his musing a clear, trans it. r&e parent complexion, flashing black eyes, &&:' Stately bearing. She had inherited t a the sS beauty and wit of her mother, an accom- t?ZrX ii..j t-1!.k i.j u t. r,j,v V 'ft?' (MIOUCU illjllSll IUU IUKJ1U V1UJUUVAO &$, had won to bo the mistress of his Man-land ? home and whose death was still a poignant flmmv. liiSM', The fild mimnr-hnuse and its heartv en- .-'...

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. — 9 June 1887

rphi 3 '-T"'r.nK V VSS c -. f . l" -m s i'3 , ES23&dS33S :. Mi j o r :p i $ f i f The News-Herald. Hf-IABORO, OBIOi THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1887. SEA, PROM SHORE. Mum chAhdliu xoumok. I mind me of that dear old time, Beside the shining tea, Where once beloved, if ne'er again, You lored no love but me. I mind me how the tide rose high, As in your eyes the light, And how it ebbed, as you and I Sat in the summer night. And watched the white skiffs put to tea And watched the beacon's glow O'er crag and scar, and near and far Its flaming torchlight throw ; And all the Heaven was thick with stars 0 how can J forget We called each burning star a hope ; But hopes and stars have set. Far off, to-night, I watch the sky, And think upon the sea, And sigh that a dream so blest as ours Was but a dream for me. Be happy, dear, as in the past I 1 would not have you gaze, Through td&rs which make your dark eyes dim Back to those pleasant ways. The waves are just as blue, my dear, The sky is just as...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 9 June 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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