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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 14 July 1887

V In n : vc ' J- If :P I i f . maA. 3 : . ..-a.),V a. - The 'NeWk-Herald, MIIXSKOKQ, OHIO. .THTJBBDAY, JULY 14. 1807. a raoMvrioAti ooutmiiiPi fiMfUtTSnt Said a lover, "My cue la condign, I pray yon, sweet lassie, be mlgn. If you'll only agree To tnarry, O, me, I will think you an angel dlvlgn." '"Ha, hal" laughed his sweet vis-a-via, "I an angel at present may bis, To the pleasant extent Of a willing consent, rd be human should I disagris." "Alas I" he exclaimed with a sigh And a tear.in his azure blue eye, 'Should a negative check My hopes into wreck, I know, oh 1 I know, I shall dlgh." Bald the maiden, "The reason, I feign, Buch a frigid and chilling dlsdeign, I may best so conceal All the tremors I feel, It is just you endure half the peign." Then she gave a delightful receipt Of his claim he considered compleipt, For she offered sweet sips Of her nectareous lips, What they said 'twould be wrong to repeipt THE TELEPHONE PAT STATION. Mr. Briggs Trie to Communicate and Has the Can...

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. — 14 July 1887

V , t iT" ' , k' c X.'.. H ?,' Ltii: MH .vx KiWs m $? Hr r? tM . f. 1.. ! " JE r.K'fft E&I3 ELT'j.-- ISS LOOKABOUT. .OBSERVANT AVOMAN'S NOTES &'4tAOT?TTOWN IN NEW XOIMC. m$m2 y: IrJSMeenhea Into the Wllea of the Slrcns- y$&mim7MUit Recoun of the Would-be 'f r'Wll.ilini n-l Inn null With Snn. fcvrned Noses Sunday In Central Park. l'fThe most artless among us, as a rule, JIm dy grace of pose. This is a matter of " Importance nowadays. Girls practice the art of sttttne as well as of dancing aid of walking. The fashion of having vjlso two chairs In a room alike in shape complicates the subject greatly. One feever knows, on letting herself drop into a uniccustomed upholstered chair, IliC jnilCVUCt one Hill oiujr 1 tiiu nuunivui h ilevel of its bottom. or"sInk down until r.V 1. Mlirihii bI.a ..tilt an.. f tl.n ar.a,A,f ''her knees hit her chin. Some chairs can 'oe reclined in to picturesque advantage, ' While others defy the occupant to be teasy, either in fact or in appearanc...

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. — 14 July 1887

? M . I.' It. K. ktf Mi T HI ; y w-Vvl i jty Jfft j. -Ift, "! It. 'f T ' i aWS" iT 'ij -'T4 itrt-ffMfTiTrVrfrVrffiraaWa5aatitWlg HnwTKMJHnn uai JBYffWMPW t flLTilill r vs i?w?m V'-.? " r "t; ' , "-(.- ' . $ -.' Wi. A -X ? -..-ini-.'- hi . ! m, rfflnwniMKi-iwi-r .n ?, tt-. . 'i,,wnraB!i!W('': ?;" ..'ft.i7.rrrii JL;,r.fil , vt.k-.y.f3wr.L.-s,, "MSM ).? p - , a-.v-- '-im-x y ; " 3T - - "V & ,. r ?U ,jrti..'36 The News-Herald. VHIM.lORO, OHIO. THURSDAY. JULY 14, 1887. tM TM1 CARPATHIAN MOUNTAINS. noil rai onuuH or niuim, umn of aorbU. All thing are changeful In tnli earthly round, And troth Itself, too oft, n empty sxrand i Bat ever true. In noblest majesty, Katnre alone art thou, as true aa vast! Harpy the one who fondly holds thee fast, " Who clings to thee and worships at thy shrine, Nor shall the pang of disappointment taste. For thy sweet truth, and balsam, all divine, I gladly wonld exchange all all that now Is mine. AWBWERS TO CO (RESPONDENTS. Chalks of Erudition for the Grat...

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. — 14 July 1887

CS&wSSmsism-a!mfiMMW&3ii 'UM-y ' 'o'artMtaaee, t W0 tall MMS of BMedOW IM laMryatountetnpses. met bird voices etlled to-day Morning sunbeams Hole that way. sheeny web held Jewell bright U2 . uewdropt glistened In the night. P. Jr. Underneath an nrh nf vnlH eed upward to the tky, half bold, ah ah, aa 1U fringes it spread ..; f i" luuuuDt overoeaa. 1m delidellon't yellow blow, Beneath the cobweb all aglow With Iridescent ilram nf flaw. .Nated it coquetry anew. trOi irovidene Journal. it PEACE ON EARTH. Shining Example of the Repnblle Thoughts on m June Sunday. JXNNT JUNE. kM. ' ' be last Sunday In Jane. 1 am a letter KeaP,,,l,d' or r",her dy behind with my , and I must utilize this lovely Sunday tag to fill the hiatus and cover a cer- inumber of blank sheets with words that lao'slmple, yet capable of being such very cmiuu expressions or thought. Plundays in June are acquiring signifi- ifance for me. They have so often been Efc wrked with a white stone in my life. My Ffitat dav...

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. — 14 July 1887

s &:jC&rt3-'' ' tfJ; - vs .1.s'v,' SW " ' ,, Vif 5 if ""?". ' f"-r. -Vr E3-i V-- - ' b - 'm: MfiWK 4 Fm Ift r . i. r-y r t C fcr .T ?- '&Mr Tht NewtHtrald sat OMmi Iantd Ittlldiftf, W, IfaU It JULY 14, 188. MTss Nellie Nelson is visiting relatives tu New Carlisle, Ohio. Reduced prices on chamber sots, tea eta and glassware at Bowies'. Miss Florence Bhepherd has been vis itlng relative In BIpley for the past week, Jake Felbel is sick with fever. Fears nre entertained that it is typhoid fever, Mr. Aba Ring, of Newton, Mlfw., is visiting his brother-in-law, Mr, William Favor. Messrs. Ec Tudor and EJ Walker spent Sunday in Ross county, on n pros pecting tour. Cyrus Newby and Ulric Bloane, of this city, were in Georgetown last week on legal business. Mrs. John Nelson and nephew, Mr. Lockhart Nelson, aro sojourning at Rocky Fork Hotel. Miss Kato Mullenix, of this city, was the guest of Mrs. Sallio Mullonix, of Blanchester last week. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hiatt, of Lees burg, Flo...

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. — 14 July 1887

iiti-it-j,-- r'r mHVi ampjj i "? i. u-r t -v y tt ""'" . j. ,hj 'v - VI -a v.vr,F , fe' Wl if lr Ife it. B s 18. VP. ',J; - w in, mjutiur 5ra i I1 nBkiaHnKkM ssnB- WHO 13 'JHAC;-JA:TPn WITH thb :.- ui- MNmiNinu CKlOAGe, ROCK E8LAND & PACIFIC R'Y AV reason of Its cenia nt psit'on, doso relation to principal lines East of Chicago tid ciutiauaas lines i.t tj.vinil jiolntr Yoat, Northwest and Southwest Is the inly tmo Qi'LU3llnK in that tiv:i3:ontinontal system which Invites and facil iiaies travel and tra21o i 1 either tllrecticm between the Atlantlo and Pacific. '.rUe ll3o!t lalaul ins. 1 1 3 end br.veJ)C3 Include ChicaBO,Jollet, Ottawa, La nxllo, Pooria, Qonoico, llollr.e c-i'l Rick Island, In Illinois; Davenport, Musca tiuo, wasM-.sttsn, ii'ift;ll, Olturawa, Ojlvuloosa, West Llberty.Iowa City, Des l-Iolncs, Iidlanola, Vlntrsat. AUanti Knoxville, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Uintru and Council UluSs, in Iowa; Gallatin, Trenton, St. Joseph, Cameron and Kansas Oity, In Illsco'ti'l; Lea...

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. — 21 July 1887

V,f AV'tfr- V Vw-vi -' t'Cftf? t'Vd'iWr-. V-v 4.- '.wr -.- .'J&,.viri r i3 -v " n't Clytr" THE NEWS-HERALD. W. w ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1887. VOL. 51 NO. 14 '? r i Hi r i LS. X Ijjesw f- -K - r -v COLORADO SPRINGS. HoaltlianclHappineRHln the Occident. Something About the Salubrity or This Section for Consumptives to Consider. Tho following letter was published In tho Xew York Tribune of May 22, 1887, and has since been printed for general circulation. It is interesting to any per son who may contemplate a future home in the West. Colorado Smunus, May 8, 1887. Tho great prevalence of lung disease, my conviction that the disease can be arroated and in many cases cured by tho proper climatic influences, and, further, my knowledge of the difficulty of obtain ing unprejudiced information as to the character of climates all these consid erations have induced me to publish tho following record of my experience as a lung patient. , I was a merc...

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. — 21 July 1887

Jpprapsii sffl? i;. .v.'.. Jf- '. ,- V r-..W3 TT ' - -V-" hfc r PrS. j Sf-'rtH t - - ?.. ??t;VK4Pi& tr -i. 1 yy & ."!? ' ' 1 4J. SB!Sf?!"5S"?S!HSRHW!KH!5" e& V u IS , rt LY tn. i& W '.SWA T k r'a " The News-Herald. & PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY nv TUB Hows-Herald Publishing Oompany. . W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.30 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATIOS ITOR AD-VTSUTISINO-Mad Known on Application. JULY SI. 1887. EOITORIAJL. H. S. McNICOL Columbus lias defeated the ordlnanco to rlose the saloons at midnight. 'Tisn't much wonder that they have tally sheet forgeries and every other style of political fraud in the capital city. When a city not only tolerates tho traffic In liquors "all the livelong day," but refuses to stop the sale for a few hours of tho night morality must be at low ebb. It might be well to remove tho penitentiary to Home other site and keep the convicts from being contaminated by evil inllu ences. Let the humane society look to the matter. The del...

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. — 21 July 1887

IJ-v ! v V &.- , r 1 - '-I'. r vS1- 4. 'v- t S':-.k "5". rk. i-T lt. I W 5 I r - i ?ii . -.jfffci, P. .;, ""If?' ' vkfiS' I (WfrfJ" it&: " . U. '.. M The News-Heralds RiixneM, ono, THOMDAT, JULY 31, 1867. JTJBILEE DISCORD. Che View of Ilia AzhUr Ttkn by a Rrlttsn , . Wotklngsaaa's Orgaa. Loyal enthusiasm over the Queen's jubilee it not universal In England, nor li It in Ire land alone thai expression! of popular 'hos tility to the crown have been heard. On the' ra of the jubilee celebration, SiynoUU' JTMNpaaer, a London workingman's paper of enormeoa circulation, published a savage artlclt"oa the royal family. The following extract Is a sample: This woman has now' ruled over us for the Ions' period of nfty years, and "Society" is about to thank the Creator on a (rand scale for the mercies of the reign. For what, mercies r Will any flunky in Christendom tell us one food thing that the Queen, her sons and daughters, or any one of, her inexhaustible brood of pauper relations Im...

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 July 1887

TT 3F WBSWBJF . . ".'I V W ",-T -..-..- . - remfF-Jw ? fr: lir iTT- f v" ' .-:? rlK - ? , , ,?j. vj. - VE ' , . - i .. Ik - --,. J i -".,;... -, " v "''',- -. V-w " AtS-f t 't &?:-: "",.. "-- ' .. -"- - ' e - . r ' " v -- r-vfrs ft ten -.. tft .'vVJ-w 4" i- 9 ." i 1 $ 'i (i If) It-v m MB h& " TM LOVtK AND THE ECHO. AHaf T. HKCIAIM. ih - -' !. ma na IavaA n Wftll i'.'if A maiden, bright and fair to see, Rw'ialMK though herself arar ma aweu, .$ " He'd have her rolce an echo be. V &V Her sweet-toned voice an echo be. KjI And thus he raised to love a shrine, .. . . . ;&U Thn, racked by doubts 'twlxt "mine r: - a mi.1 ti fc, 'js ana "Hiine. H..WVT.lta..a fc. !!..... UT 1aa arl ttiM ' j 'AiwnnnMicra'u v "" ' V And sighed "8ne is in rancy irce ,- '' rv... , faint In fannr frcel" The startled youth then knelt and prayed JOlstraught by fears of love betrayed. "Maiden, wilt thou be true to me, As I am fondly true to thee ?" Soft echo whispered, "True to thee !' The lover's hea...

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 July 1887

?- y35S&&&W&s 'v : rr ., ..,,., , , T '""a? r. t Tx.KAWr wi,.v?4& :vu jrr ? ' y 'v'i , . ? g. . rrvrt.' - ... ,!. . t. . .a ""r,t i., W rl J-i- J TiT. .. L, J- ? JWU.T" ' . 'Vi .,.. W. - J,. 'a E5ES35 fi .'tG..,' ! VT - r 'ji i ;4 -K v si y lv- w1 i wt' kill. t fi r iTS , v'"- numoao. m ottjhbdat; jult 31. left. TUB DARKTOWN DUCLt Related y One of the Seconds a. a. ecu.. Dm fu gnat kermoshun la d heart ob Andrew Jones, When he ht'rd dat Eberneesar Wm er waltln' fo' hit bones. 01 Kibosh Johnsln's dawter Was de cause ob all de fuse; An' da wlmmen and de men folk On'y tried to make it trass. Andrtw Jones, ha was er artls On de high an' lofty scale, Fo' he monkeyed wld de cellin' An' de whitewash brlsh an' pall. Eberneeiar was er waiter An' er slinger ob de hash, An' he wore er yaller necktie, Put b'ar grease on his mustache. Bof .was oourttn' Johnsln's dawter, Bof was tryln' fo to get In de 'fecshuns of Merllsser An' de Johnsin rocks, yo' bet. Den dey had er alterca...

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 July 1887

$ff v J? h 1 lis. VJ m bV IS I fev ". "$r fV'J $$ ;.i , rt fe-'&St iV, ANIMAL HUNTERS. v WWTS AMISTAWTS TO MAN IK HIS PURSUIT OF RBY. ew Mm Hour to Used to Capture Tnr- ' esse FaUeaas ul Connomnta aa nsher- bmb Aatalopa Coursing With tha Chee- aah BtoykaaU and Ostriches aa Trappers. tOopyrlgltal.im. Perhaps one of the most interesting phases of what is called the economic value of animals is that relating to those nted by man as workers. They range from birds to tithes, and from in sects to elephants. From the very earliest times man has thus depended -upon his hnmble friends in the lower walks of life. Formerly it was the prac tice of sportsmen to fasten live ducks, geese or swan in the water, that they Slight attract their wilder companions ; and eren these birds have been trained to swim about among the wild flock and entice them nearer shore. These have been superseded by the decoys of wood and paper, so artificial fishes are used as bait, frogs, insects and even worms all b...

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 July 1887

" j r t rr"r?F .-wr-"' -,- ;,-!r-w; n '3 &. V r ' SIw ? Fr-ip'r-v 5 as H -rri HZ .- -v r B T Is The News-Herald. Offiooi Hoggard Building, W. Main St. JULY 21, - f - - 1887. Try Langilon's City Butter Crackers. m Nat Wolfslein, of Clncinnnti, Is in tho city. Miss Lorlo Hughoy is visiting relatives in Chllllcothe. Miss Madge Carson is visiting relatives and friends in Ohillicothe. Reduced prices on chamber set, tea rpU and glassware at Bowies'. Mr. U. S. Qntnn, of Madison Mills, O., was a visitor in this city last woek. Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Sloano are enjoy ing a short visit at Mineral Springs. Miss Alice Lazarus, of New York City, ia the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frankel. Keep cool by buying a summer suit, light underwear and a straw hat of I. A. Felbel. Miss Mary Ketcham, of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, is tho guests of friends in this city. Miss Yetta Frankel, of Cincinnati, vis ited her brothers, Leo and Sol, during tho past week. Mr. Jacob Loeb, of Cincinnati, visited his daughte...

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 July 1887

n, $' t .- '? (S B5 t l iy Ik, ! Efc kr V i 3?A T. "MS WX-'fi fF: SI -BJilLlftH THIS WEEK New Dress Goods New Fans New Parasols New Handkerchiefs New Rufflings New Carpets -AND- New Prices DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM II Masonic Temple High St. May 25th, 1887. When you go to Illllsboio I want you to get me a hat. Bo sure to go to M. R. ORR'S, For he has the largest stock of MILLINERY! BEST STYLES -AND THE- CheapestHats EVER SOLD IN HILLSBORO. L'klldreVs Sailor Hats 35c. worth 50c. Hats for f 1.00 worth $1.50 Ladles' Trimmed Hats $2.50 " $4.00 Hats for 8.50 Cheap at $5.00 N. Satin Bibbon In all colors for 15c. per yard worth 25c. No. 13 for 20c ....worth 85c. Efefaat Line of Spring; Jerseys for $1.00 ; worth $1.25 For $1.50 worth $2.00 AN ENIH.KN.S LINK OP FANCY GOODS! Too Tedious to Mention, Frioei Whkh Dfy Competition! 8o 1 you want big bargains now is your time to Duy. I HUN WHAT I SAT! COME AND SEE. SPARG R& it Oil LfilgiteilBR DUKE OF FRANCE Will stand for the servioe of bun until...

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 July 1887

J VfjCfff "-. . 'lu V W f! V THE NEWS-HERALD. fzi ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1887. VOL. 51-NO. 16 l-.V"tr RUS---7 J -k -A -n SOUTHERN SOLIDITY, 4 Cuto Method of Main taining It. The Knight of the Grip Tells How They Limit Freedom to Secure Freedom. The Color qaettiea KuKlax, Klaas Shot-Wan Policy A. Soataen- View of MaBtreile. Bow A DamocraUo Minority Bacura th Supremacy-"Intelligent" Bal- lot-Boxct and, Other Pe- collar Devices. Since I have been in the North I have often been interrogated as to the condi tion of the negro in the South. In at tempting to answer this question, I wish A Jo atoteia tho kogiaalngi: that the negro IX. i. il.- cuii. I- . . J!a a i iu biio ouuiu ib vvry uiuuroni u-uiu uur northern colored citizen. He la treated, differently, and looked upon from an en tirely different stand-point from those in the' North. Slavery easily explains this. In number the colored people are often greatly in the majority in southern towns, a...

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. — 28 July 1887

jvtc iKti", , ,.'A,; Ata , HHHWBIBI1BI 5 !W VLStiytv,-?-: 'sv $, u--. - m u if' & t r. a ' ?( ' .r ab . a. . & The New-Heiald. 5. I .-,. M &&.. J. " - ?i? PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Hittl&fala Publishing Oomii&njr, i. w. lAhnioe. BCSei BAhHIhE. UMCRIPTION, 11.50 A VEAB IN ADVANCE. RA.TB8 FOB ASVHBXISIKQ Made Known on Application. JULY 28, - - 1887. EDITORIAL. H. S. McNICOL Sp' jm. . 3 Where OiJ flL-orgo ronl got h!q tlquor? t'.ludjfe UHley's gentlemanly conduct toffanl tu," tally il,tl78, For fortliur psrllculurs, see lint of pleasantries. In lnut Jerk's (fmttt. Qrape-vliicteifgi.-liikmlil iilias Addias, bf Fairfield township, to the list of can Uldates for County Commissioner, and C E1. Kuris, of Doilson township, for Recorder. Highland's delegation at tho bomo cretic State Convention at Cle eland last week seems to liavo been slightly split up tho back. Was it indiwdual prefer ence that divided them between Jimmy and Tommy, or was conscicnce-greaso plentiful ...

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 July 1887

jsrJ -l" kj. Ki'sr. i aijfTwasa female it nwrsiw. "v r"iuT'. ,."" ',, rTl L S?P?4M 5TaiVj &??' - hi w ,'' J? eS&.m Q. 2,. .if 1 tfyw-. . &V l&J. 1?: - k5A iSi 1 4 P5.- 1" iVfr. 4 fiT.J E SV t f !, - ,. Sajfflw??. w - vow. - arawwsTk.i-r---.," IKSHfog sffewViW' .''lb' :rf.rJs. -tfwvfei,k.' , '.lairiS'sf!,' " fmm f: 'sj.;5i c;- r ' -i zmwBrJtjKt& if: ..vary awaea,: fti3 i-'W, "??":?' M. TT y-fr. H i" Sf- i-51 CTPtWAt. JTTLY-ae,-1987,' OMffW WMtS IN VMi VMTfMHA !&&& : " -Vafcateoe. wMriatae veaahik. ul wrtala the mttidt, and peeped tfrif .n .' ' ' "4 mfkWM&t'S V sleaer.eka aittai end kit ha mm soma HHr'..-- , . laM''ttaak-aia"wW thai aleefal fcuer f i sweetheart and she sat. obUvlouely i: the Sweetly aaaaT with tuneful ' -t, - . ttss,-"ril , toegas. -'Til ml my. title clew." fkaa aa-ImlamaW ulWAntuMkI litoi ImyIl ftnrf fJlftfi -T fi?1 ' M.rMUk.. 4mSMt .Ln nei em-tiw Xi $t ', -V i " aara Mewe's dengerln May.!' , Md Mid, '.'Shun evil's paths flee from ...

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. — 28 July 1887

rjM,--v. :WC. ''.'. ! '.jHJ . i fi-.wr--'7';"-' VT. J.v ' -". --w "IJlI . a "i " - ."".'iCi.v'"- l4'J'H "r3 --;. fttfjis V 1.1 1 ' .4. " . . ' t 'Uv v- ;si'-riti?i:"-AJiv --K-'S- K.1- iiV iili2i'". Ji ' ?-rjT- to,- -ja ., -- v, -t . -jr - w, v- fff .wc.w:vi h. 1IT LADY 8LEKPS-AND WAKES. M B. t. bckknwAt. v' S? ' V l1 1ml. 1,1s. ., --- rf hmic ebb and now of rairy Billow .-t.;.--.t-i. ft ot1u. rjl l.MIM '' ...'t clnne fnlil. SsBWthseka. twin roses, and o'erthe pillow .Sweeps her liatr, a tangled tloss or our- ' XS . niahod ffnld. JA'" My lady sleeps. f '& Mr ladv sleens. ' ;6b parted scarlet lips lay tricksome smiles, L ,-'' Deepening the dimple in her dainty chin. Portrayal brigGt how "want) mirth" be- k V.iv'The mind that sleeps from wary care shut h? In. tj& My lady dreams. S8?W My lady wakes. 3-Vlr visions flej. rhafrluril IM niilni. fK Though dreanlmJ mists still veil the :j-i riolet eyes, jSjOa moment lanrald wising bleu is ropjie, And then, Mamma! JUmmal! Mamma!!! ii ;...

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 July 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 28 July 1887

L ',HB. Kf m: Hi lr& WM i-tiyt ' , f!vy (wr A t . ft. .,!JsnmmaaEmmaaammmnmasam && & MISS lOOKABOUT oTtWwannMnd In Her Search sloanl Beauties. for Profes E ft A blc cloture of a rapturous maiden 'tfaaught my eye on the outward wall of a ''"museum In the Bowery., She sat in a SXalah chair before a niano. She was play- S' '?---...- ,-. . "-...- t. "t. i,. ,,f ,ma; me lmirumenv wuu ner iucb. a jiair r ff! """ nti little feel were ttirmt out nnnn Jf w- .v-.... ...... ..... , -, 'ff,yk keyboard in a manner as bewitching ifcas if was unconventional, i paia ien :,& " ceats and went right in. Of course it '" & 'W B0 much matter to me, but when ,&r? 'X mw ..the poor, deluded men gaze upon if ' '"'the tad reality I pitied them. The woman was .forty, scraggy, deformed and plain a'l Her dress covered her ankles,. ana black stockings almost covered her feet. Only' the toes were bare. And such toes I Big by nature, distorted by Me, and altogether nnenchanting. Thus, iP...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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