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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 18 August 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. — 18 August 1887

rl -,'frv " "n ..Ji. 5" . 'St, Ac & Hi' fi ih !w ',n ' tP- im w B te .'t ' mv 530000 c -:GRAND: Closing Sale! Preliminary to removing to our NEW STORE ROOM on East Main Street, we shall make Special Prices to close our present stock. You will find it to YOUR INTEREST to make us a call, as we shall offer many lines ofgooas at less than their Eastern Mar ket value. SPHR6UR Masonic Temple, High St. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Hat tie L. Wright vs.Alonzo 11. Wright et ai. axigaiaou coumy couri or common 1 Pleas. Cose No. 4120. OltDEJt OF SALE IN PARTITION. In pursuance of an order Issued from the Court of Commou Pleas within and for the county of Highland and State of Ohio, made at the April term thereof A. D. 1887, and to lite directed, I will offer for sale at public auction at the door of the Court-house, In the town of Hlllsboro,Ohlo,on Saturday, August SO, A. D. 1887, At 2 o'clock p.m. of said day the following described real estate, to-wlt : Hltnate In Highland county and In ...

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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. — 25 August 1887

j i- - ,- r-Ac vs,! MiSFl . -i 2.?VtfV:SttJ - fr'. 7 Vr 'V rt"-.yj". T j"! k'-SlN - - I' H' - :5: '. jr 53 -HERALD. WS J?" Tft ESTABLISHED' 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGhHLAND CO., OlTHirRSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1887. , , -i . t v - VOL. 61 JSTO. 19 ; 251 T PtoSGP' r r s "i j j jF " saT" . Ar a-asr-, w. - i . r r ti jj,-.'t " -ir,. if J vi. ik v -r - -f .T,r'v -n v - .- . v r I TmlS ? h. THE NEWS i Lit JU - ' ;y f k i'j. . r :4 hs . . ,r . SPARCU REUNION. A Bight Royal Recreation at Ralnsboro. Splendid , Speeches, Delightful Dinner, Merry Mttslc and a Grand Good Time. b Fall Account of the Daj's Doings la the Graphic awl Entertain ' tat Htjle ef ar Kegalar Correspondent. Another' Annual Spargur Reunion la eded,; JEtit aMM'al IWllatemllat aaektl- futeHwill' linger, la thejsiesnerygel ' the thousande who attended It and h'olp in some measure at least to make the fnturo of life with them brighter. The Reunion this year was in many respects similar to those. we havgatiended in the put The people began ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

4 il jk.s v .. ..-.'r.-'ll ; 11 i j: LSJ H- ' & ., iij . B5 'J fl ' Mi 1 w t fc- riT , if & h '!tf. 'v r- m. . ' LvThe News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BY TIIS- ii'ltows-Herald Publishing Company. & .. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UMCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. j RATES FOR ADVEBTIBINO Made Known on Application. AXJOUST 25, 1887. Xtpublioan Stats Tioket. Kor Oovernor, J. I). FOttAKEU, or Uetltehant Governor, W. 0. LYON, for Saotemo Judge. (Lone Term) EW uftrriitr m oofc t t3 For Supremo Judge, (Short Term) MPT rniwi'MN t mnKMiv. For Stnto Audito.-, K. W. FOE, For State Treasure!, J. C. BROWX, For Attorney General, D. K. WATSON, For Member of Board of Public Works, 0. A. FLICKINGEK, Tbo campaign will be opened Septem ber 10th at Caldwell. Governor Foraker will sound the key-note. In choosing Mr. Cappellar as Chair man of the Republican State Executive Committee Gov. Foraker made a wise and prudent selection. m a Ohio Democracy favors free-trade and the Virginia Demo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

.'-r V'V 4 V fc'V -.,. "1,. 3'J k,l' f 'D L - I ' fT, A ii ) j far & 1 - h& The News-Herald. HIIAftKORO, OHIO. THURSDAY, AUGUST 95, 1887. 1 i.IUUTJCR VKIN. AN tMrOBTAKT BOOK OMTTaS. "i notice,", observed Bagcs, "that George W. Vanderbllt it about to erect a ISO.OOO branch for the New York Free Circulating Library." "Bnt he won't put the Yoluma in the peo ple want meet," replied Jaggi. "What volume is that?" "A well-filled pocketbook." R WAS AOAllrR RD rBIHOlFLBC. "Are you going to the circus, Fangle V "No, Joggins: lt'i against my principles." "What principles?" "My principles as temperance man." "What has a circus to do with temperance principles?'' "Well, there Is to be a tight-rope per formance." WHAT THBT CALL IT AT BOSTOH. Omaha Man Ever hare snakes, podner? Boston Visitor Indeed, no. I'm from Boston. Omaha Man What difference does that make? Boston Man We never Indulge in any thing more plebeian than ophidian hallu cinations. CHICAGO'S FAMB. Bchoolmarm Waldo, Boston Ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

r"j ' ) . '. .!. ". i "iWii " y ia. i i -' hv 4 tn to TIED-UP AT HERON. AW INCIDENT OF TRANSCONTI NENTAL TRAVEL. Method! of Killing Time In Dead Min ing Town The Barkeeper Cornel to the Keeene of the Bored Pease ngers and Oct up a Battling Prlxe-flght for Them The train on the Northern Pacific rail road which left Portland, Ore., on the lait Friday In June was a remarkable one, or, at least, the journey it made was re markable. In the first place, it was de layed. You think, perhaps, that there could have been -nothing remarkable bout that, but there you are grcativ in error. Of all the many charms of a transcontinental trip by rail a principal one is the fidelity of the train to the chedule. Most of the roads and cer tainly the one I speak of is an example follow natural roadways, using one long valley after another on either side of the till longer and more level prairie, itself not a valley exactly, but the bed or bottom of a prehistoric sea or lake. The Rockies and the par allel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

111 wm,mMMmr!miwzimmmnmKrmeT!!mim'immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi FlpSPSSS wnfrKF4rpmw "'."ivVwF 'Tta t ial K f a ':xn r 4 Y. v u r - jf tafe iThc News-Herald. A fjTtXBBOBO, OIIO, ' THUR8DAY, AUGUST 28, 1887. A WORD PROM THE MIRROR. "Beflect on ihla," the mirror cries; "Fair maiden, 'tis a duty." "I do," she signals with her eyes, "And find therein much beauty." Mine is an isolated case When beauty tries inspections; No matter what the style of face I'm bound to cast reflections. And nearly always do I please, A fact of all the rarest; Whoever looks upon me sees The face she deems the fairest. THE SMALL BOY'S TEMPTATIONS. The watermelon, big and ronnd, Lies in its native patch A tempting object, I'll be bound The small boy's eye to catch. The swimming hole within theshade Of some o'erhanglng tree Doth surely seem to have been made To swim in, you'll agree. The small green apple on the tree Each day doth larger grow, And every hour more temptingly Its ripening cheeks do show. How surely Is th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

t r;tr ' - " , ?"T'V ,.4 ft'.1 , f f m f i tv I c 13 T. . K Is4 I1? w It S VEfe t .'"5- i BOMB DAT OF DAYS. oca day, tome day of days, threading the SllSOt With Idle, heedless pace, Unlooklng for inch grace, I shall behold your face t Some day, some day of days, thus may we meet. Perchance the sun may thine from skies of May, Or winter's ley chill Touch whltely Tale or hill : What matter? I shall thrill Through every vein with summer on that day. One more life's perfect youth will nil come back, And for a moment thcro I shall stand ft call and fair And drop the garment rnre ; Once more my perfect youtli shall nothing lack. I ahut my eyes now, thinking how 'twill he. How, face to face, eu h -"ill 'Will slip its long control, Forget the dismal dole Of dreary fate's dark, separating on ; And glaaco to glance and hand to hand in greeting, The past, with all its fears. Its silence and its tears Its lonely, yearning j ears. Shall aiiish In the moment of I list meeting. A SUMMER CITY. TOli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

.'.(t.Ir ' T I ' 3'to" y.e isr )..M W 2 IBL.,"ri, r .W(?JT-,CT... T , '., . ivvf ;;"-iit', -; ;n 'T0w ".1";VJ I i -"T'(U,-.fW"l.V ";f, .1 L..7rjS " cf -W ?&YS$F i U i; . ' rV w . & rF' JSfer The News-Herald. Offloei goggard Balldlag, W. Xaia 8i AUGUST 25, 1887. Good goods and low prices at the Bee Hive Shoe Store. m Mra. Harry Rannells visited relativca in Wilmington last week., .Tho best boot or shoe for tho least v money at the Bee Hive Shoo Store. Miss Hattie Bogen, of Cincinnati, la visiting relatives in Hillsboro and vlcin uy. Prof. Lewis McKlhhan. at RnrlnaflaM. was a visitor to onr city daring the put week. Miss Tadle Arthur, of Newport, Ky., is the guest of the family of Mr. T. B. Ayres. Mrs. Frank H. Jones, of Indianapolis, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Chaney. Mr. and Mra. John Hanloy and Mr. Will Matthews, 'of Xenta, are'vlslting M iss Kate LeFevre. t Mr. Thomas Walker, of near Green field, was the guest of his brothers, Ed, and Will, daring the past ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 25 August 1887

WTTmwi"anrwMHiiwnira spism Wt KP?I$Ktgg LW 1.7.1 . . I , rTr- . .-- .. .wii1 tMMmsmmma&mmMmmmmmmammmammmiB&miBHMmmr HT iiSfW .WTilkfe ffiT' W' ' s-SBBlBsfcBBaBBsM Tl f jCST 4 4&, fc. itf1?.. w nviv.. f Y?teP FJM-.. ?& 3i; K Kh&y ' - . . . . f S30.000 W -:GRAND:- Closing Sale! t Preliminary to removing to our NEW STORE ROOM on East Main Street, we shaft make Special Prices to close our present slock. You will find it to YOUR INTEREST to make us a call, as we shall offer many lines ofgooas at less than their Eastern Mar ket value. SPHRGUR Masonic Temple.Higb St. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Ida M. Gall vs. John W.Gallet al. nigh land County Court of Common Pleas. Case No. 4183. ORDER OF BALE IN PARTITION. in pursnance of an order Issued from the Court of Common Pleas within and for the County of Highland aud Btate of Ohlo.made at tha Anrll term thereof A. D. 1887. and to me directed, I will offer for aale at public amotion ai me aooroi inaiuart nuun,iu trie town of...

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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. — 1 September 1887

"TO -C(aa . uu-; .'fly-' Co -L M THE NEWS-HERALD. $ 1 fl ESTABLISHED 1887. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1887. VOL. 51-NO. 203 vfl - H THE TRAMP Tells of Some Steamboatlng Experiences. Down the Beautiful Ohio From Wheeling to Huntington. The Steamer Andes (Jets Stack on ft Sand'Oar at Blennernassett Isle and an Elderly Passenger Re counts the Romantic Story of Aaron Bnrr and Barman Blen nerhassctt. A little over a month ago the writer boarded at Wheeling the steamer packet Andes, Capt. Mnbloman on the ham cano roof, (or a flout down the pretty Ohio "La Belle Riviere," as the early French explorers well named Itto Huntington. Steamboating is the very nicest way to travel, i( the judgment of yours truly amounts to anything, and I anticipated quite a pleasant journey on this particu lar occasion, for in the party of which I was one were a number of jolly young fellows who didn't care particularly whether school kept or not ; and I was very desirous of inspecting t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 September 1887

SERnrasescww ' li.lvl'1' ;&'" c, -"," V - L At u Jsft W ' ?' r& im E'i-' IS $ Iy Is VF w If 8 ? ti. A- t& Rfert S.VA-, &-y . iia :r- 'z&r l& w r WJi-"fc- The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BV TH News-Herald Publishing Company . W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. UMCBimON, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATK8 EHDB ADVEBTI81NO Madt Known on Application. SEPTEMBER 1, 1887. Republican Stats Tioket. ''For Governor, J. B. FORaKER, For Lieutenant Governor, W. C. LYON, For Supreme Judge, (Long Terra) WILLIAM T. SPEA.P, For Biprerae Judge, (Short Term) FRAKKLIN J. DIOKMAX, For State Audittv, E. W. POE, For State Treasurer, J. O. BROWN, For Attorney General, D. KATSON, For Member of Board of Public Work, C.A. FLICKINGER, . e Repablicaa CoubIj Contention. The Republicans of Highland county are hereby notified to assemble in con vention at the Court House in Hillsboro, Monday, September 19, 1687, at 10 a.m., to nominate the following -ticket to be voted for at the November elec...

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. — 1 September 1887

"t'V w vr 'a, W 0 & Offi . ,! -.. .vrfOr '; f i rtgr."' w y ?IR w J I. if 'I K' i l t. F stf- rr -4k a V f ,4 I f , IvT tev 2T V It a The News-Herald. OImi Heggard Baildiag, Kai It SEPTEMBER 1, 1887. If i 'pay wheat. ci'nts far ed Milling i. M . BOTD A GO. Stock mIu nest Saturday. The Ohio State Fair at Columbus this week Stationary ami school supplies at Howies' book store. Mr. Dan Wyer, ol Washington 0. H., ii in the city this week. m County Commissioners will meet in regular session next Monday. m Mist Birdie Parker relumed last Thurs day from 'weeks' visit at Ripley.. Mr. Joe Beige and family removed to Columbus the forepart of the week. Mr. Will Poland, of ChllUcothe, was a Visitor to our city during the past week. m Mrs. Captain Carson left last Saturday tor a weeks' visit to friends in Pittsburg, fca. m MrFrank 'H. Jones, of Indianapolis, Indiana, visited 'relatives here last Sun day. - Mrs. J. F. Loyd visited old acquaint ances in Goshen, Clermont county, last week. m ,M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 1 September 1887

j' r vvyr tsiniMmrii.: w,-va& li?!.. .rr'7. X" HHBSP V U'V 'l . i r J t. in kk $ Si ;. &? ?' rer ear. it As E-.C k-Ar r. BV B r n fe Wrr i1t f: t I I m m- $ w J HT. sr - t& m. t&frs -ivf m , !'& r'tv, .r v S30 000 -:GRAND:- Glosing Sale! Preliminary to removing to our NEW STORE ROOM on East Main Street, we shall make Special Prices to close our present stock. You will find it to YOUR INTEREST to make us a call, as we shall offer many lines ofgooas at less than their Eastern Mar ket value. SPHRGUR Masonic Temple,Higb St. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. hill SI. Gall vs. John W.Ualletal. High. laud County Court of Common Pleas. Case No. 4183. ORDER OF BALE IN PARTITION. ill pursuance of an order lsued from the Court of Common l'leas wlthlu and forth? County of Highland and Btute of Ohio, made at th April term thereof-- A. D. 1887, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public motion at me oooror tneiourt House, in the town of Hillsboro, on Saturday, September 10...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1887

' t A!., -a THE NEWS-HERALD. 'il "j-i-v m rr a 9 ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1887. VMl. Ol 1NU. 1. !& . W -dz' M 4 ii. ? IS ,K K'i 3 h fife t L4 m HitJ r, J&t w PATRIOTISM. MONUMENTS THAT MEAN SOMETHING AND THOSE THAT DO NOT. Why tho Memory of ThoM "Who Fought To Preserve Th.lr Country Should Ban Honored. Appreciation of loyalty and patriotism Is one of the earliest lessons to impress upon the young men of this country. Too many people are becoming imbued with the idea that loyalty and patriotism cannot be 'mentioned without "waving - the, bloody shirt" or staking ovec, the burned embers of the past to drag toft sectional hate. This is a mistaken belief which is doing much to lower the stand ard of manhood in the United States and lessen the citizen's lore for the land ot freedom. Love of country is not neces sarily hatred of those who sought to de stroy the country, nop is it accompanied by such hatred. Any intelligent man can draw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1887

mmmm, .kK ?3mm?mmnmwm9sm"mmu'i jjLW E... fij,f. 9 1 M Jaf ? a. .s P :t t: S rt :,' v& V sap ? Th- NwQ.Hra1H v-- r db - w 4 . a j I'UHLIbMtU tVfcHY IMUKbUAY ?,"'. few. - tt u clii.i.! n rf s o wtrneraiu 7 uuiisuiuk uuiuutuiv w - L.g. . W. BARHERE. BEBEE BARRERE. !" SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. &$$ RA-TJCS FOB ADVERTISING Kl Madt Known on Application. Cyfc crtfPTinM"mnR. R 1887. Republican State Ticket. For Governor, J. B. FORAKER, For Lieutenant Governor, W. O. LYON, For Supreme Jmlgo, (Long Term) WILLIAM T. SPEAR, For Supreme Judge, (Short Term) FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN, , For State Autlito.-, E. W. POE, For State Treasurer, J. O. BROWN, For Attorney General, D. K. WATSON, For Member of Board of Public Works, C. A. JFiilUKIAUifiK, Time of Holding Republican Comity Cenrention Changed. The Republicans of Highland county are hereby notified to assemble in con vention at the Court House in Hillsboro, Tuesday, September 13, 1887, at 10 a.m., to nominate the following ticket ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1887

'(if.SJi ' v ;;.' f r. w ' ;.. v vu i f v ',? ,w . ' ' , 1 1 5 .T" " Uh'i i . i .fc 1 'fJA fcW h X A i 4- , r . L- I IMJiilMr v4lM . I- - mkmimt frSMi The News-Herald. HILLSKORO, OHIO. THUS8DAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1887. LACKBERRYIHa. X. J. H. The berries are-all hiding, oli, As frightened as can be. For who are these astridlng, oh, Across the fields, they see 1 Great giants all, in aprons white, All scampering so fast, They mean upon these berries bright To make a gay repast. Great giants all with hats of red, And all with palls of tin, They seize the berries by the head, And hustle them right in. They bear them off. these ogres see Home over field and dell, And into cut-glass bowls for tea They tumble them pell mell. And this will be their tragic fate, 8ome in the cream will drown, And some in sugar suffocate, Each all be gobbled down I Youth' i Companion. BABYLONIAN ANTIQUITIES. , Account of an Ancient Temple The 4 Riches or Chaldea. A collection of Babylonian antiquities of great inter...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1887

ffsp lu r aJv- l!'' THE REASOH WHY. I mr her on the cut And thanked my lucky stars That I had taken that especial train; A black-eyed beauty she, Ah I How her glance at me Did fire the very soul within my brain. 8he seemed to want to flirt, So I myself did girt To make a speedy conquest of her heart ; I got along so well In love myself I fell, And told her I could never from her part. I wonld, Indeed, have popped Had not the cars then stopped 8he "must get off "I thought I'd go Insane; And yet I didn't, though : Would you the reason know ? Her heavens l-husband met her at the trstnt THE FAMILY KITCHEN. Reasonable lllll of Fare mid Receipts for the Dlahe Compiling Them. BYMUUO.N HtRLAHD. ICoptrttftitetl, 1887.1 BREAKfAST. Green Corn Porridge. Deviled Kidneys. Mamma's Muffins. Stewed Potatoes. Melons. Tea. Coffee. Ghees Cork FoBRtDox. Shave the grains from the cobs of a dozen ears of corn, using a sharp knife for the purpose, and leav ng no grain whole. Put into a farina kettle; barel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 8 September 1887

-i, i ZL .? . V - 1! V lfS? r ; a,) at. Ti - K i - ') I -f 1 The News-Herald. mwoMt omo. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1887. WE'S LOSTED. ORAI. K. SHYDIB. AUGHT on th street; with weary feet and woeful eye I found them; A Jeer 1 ng crowd, with laughter loud, of urchins closing round them. Poor little dears, the bitter tears ran down their puny faces. From ear to ear in grimy smear their knuckles left sad trries. Each little drees, a perfect mess, so rumpled 0, 'twas shocking and one small shoe half hfd from view 'neath an inverted stocking. While as they strayed each step they made In weariness came lagging, and by a string one little thing a headless horse was dragging. BU11 round about in thoughtless rout the ur chins were pursuing; asked, as they thronged, where they belonged, were an swered with boo-hoo-lng. "There, there I" said I, "pray do not cry" thus pleasantly accosted, one little lad with visagesad exclaimed "Fleath thlr, we's losted. The other one when he had done, intones of m...

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. — 8 September 1887

i '"-N8-(V"f r ?? y&:m pjnrrj t . rw , v .-' , Its? FP v C: ftrttikA7'. -iVlfk- iTS.J J1 Jl.,,ff - - .-"f. , TWWJPV -lg 'i'f. ?;. &, . AF .... - . v. , . '.vk : a .kV w - 'r. !' &, Eft tfV tl I M Hi !. ' s & PERSIAN WOMEN. TBS IDXAL DIFFERENT FROM THK TURKISH BEAUTY. rotrgamy the luxury of the Rich All Wnuo Attend the Bath, Which U Quite a Serious AtnUr Qrajr Hair Unknown A Very Punctilious Raeo The Children. Eastern women are pitied m unhappy beings, on' the theory that they are Im prisoned in a gilded cage closely guarded by very ugly eunuchs, and reduced to pend their time in attempting to catch the smiles of a jealous lord, as they sprawl in graceful attitudes on silken cushions. Their only other occupation is under stood to be devouring immense quantities of sweetmeats In order to become corpu lent; their only amusement the pleasure of poisoning rival wives, and hearing in terminable stories of the "Arabian Nights" pattern. It is true that with the Turk beauty m...

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