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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 26 May 1886

FOR A FASHIONABLE SUIT OF CLOTHES, CALL ON J- C3r. 003VK1, THE FASHIONABLE TAILOR, HILLSBORO, OHIO. U y k1! !i H The News-Herald. Office i loggtrd Building, W. Main St. MAY1 26, 1886. Born Last Hunday morn leg to Mr. nnd Mrs. Cam Writ lit, n boy. Mr. Charles Wilson li sorlouily III nt Ills home on Nprth Ulgh street. Hon. Alphnnso Hart Spent Monday III WtlmlnajMin oii lwlbilmew. .. ...i . Mr..tnepli Wood row left hast will' lo visit Mfnfls In Ureenaburg, Iml. , Mr. Hnmncl Colvlii, nt Cincinnati, spent Sunday with relatives In this place. Mr. Isn bells', of Vfcksburg, Mississippi, Is ylsltlug his father. Mr. Michael Oeha. (Mrs. II. It. Olarlte.of Clrolevlllo, Ohio, Is .visaing friends and relatives in this olty. ,br. W, flrmary J.McSnrely wlllproach at t'herIn next Sunday at leruoon , at 4 o'clock . m Mr. Robert Uolvln, of Bt. Lonts, Missouri, Is vUltlni friends and relative lu this city. u ' "Mr. Wilbur Roush.of tha Notional Nor mal at Lebanon, spent Sunday with friends here, i ,,t' ...

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 1886

Hii "j ' "" MiWHiMlMP"r.'4VH" tf.l,ll,Mll,ll ' '- U -, ,WAB l M M 1 k r" The News-Herald. WEDMKaBAT.lt AT , IMS, 1IILLSB0R0, t t t OHIO THE THRUSH. The thrush tings high on the topmost bough Low, louder, low agslni and now He has ohanged his tree -you know not how, For you saw no hitting wing. All the notes of the forest-throng. Flute, reed and string, are in his song; Never a fear knows he, nor wrong, Nor a doubt of any thing. Small room for care In that soft breast; All weather that corner Is to him the best. While he sees his mate close on her nest, And the woods are full of spring. Mo ha lost his last rear's loro. t know He, too but 'tis little ho keeps of woe; 'tr a bird forgets In a rear, and so Mo v onder the thruh can sing, Atlantic Monthtv. THE PHODHxAL SON. Peedlnp; jTpon the Husks of Life In Auatralia. "Yes," said Ernest, thoughtfully stroking his big mustache, "I havo been it Prodigal Son. I know the whole story. It wasn't a bit funny. If you doubt my words, just try it ...

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 1886

F5 tv y - Liquor taxation. Hm lew Ue.eor In lw m BaaeteS s the Ohio Legislature. The following Is a full text of the Dow Liquor Tux bill, which passed both branches of the Ohio Legislature on the 18th, and la bow a law: BbctiohI De Itonaoted bjr the General Assembly of the Btateof Ohio, That upon the business of traltloking In Intoxicating liquors, there iball be assessed, yearly, and shall be paid Into the oountjr treasury, aa herein after provided, by every person, corporation, r co-psrtnersnip engaged therein, and for esoh place where suoh business It carried on by or for suoh person, corporation, or co partnership, the sum of fan. provided, II fuota business continues tbroug h the .year, to w t, from the seoond Monday of April, ex clusively In tbe trafficking In malt or vinous uouort or both, suoh atsostment shall be but Sic. S That said assessment, together with any Increase thereof, at penalty thereon, aball attach and operate at a lien u in the -Mai proccrty on and In wbleh s...

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. — 26 May 1886

iwmsSI".q ' - ' -,2-38 -X. m In IT' SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. Jnlm Hkfi-n vs. Mnry K. Ilnltnei et nl. IIIkIiIhimI Cmiuty Court of Common l'leti. I'mso No. 42U. ' ALIAS ORDER OF SALE. Ill t'ttrsniinco of nn oritcr Issued from the Conn of Common IMcjih within unci for the County or HlKhtnnil nud iinil Htntenf Ohio, (undent the January term, A. U. I8S0, Hint t Hie directed. I will offer for sale hi public Miction, ul llix iloor of the Court House. In the town of Hlllsboro, on Saturday, Maj 21)lh, A. 1). 1SSK, At 1 o'clock p. in. of Bald liny, the following described leal estate, to-wlt t Situate In the county of Highland nnd Htiitpnf Olilfi.nntl on the waters of -IUtlle-nnnko creek, nud bounded uud ilesciiheil nn follows, to-wlt: llcglnntniznt n stone In the nrlKliml line nnd corner to Abraham Pope's lot; I hence with the original line N.4S5 K. .'llll poles to two white onks corner to another lot of Abraham Pope; thence with his line H. 1 K. OTJi poles to un nsli.blnck walnut nnd wh...

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 1886

z tow mm,,.iim p. (sit Uf&. 'i?ltaiiL (d 1 Tt THE NEWS-HERALD. , ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Om WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1886. VOL.. 50 NO. 9 1 i Professional Cards. , r . i " " Catst tatarta Un4r thts H tad at Follow : I Inch, pr year....'. tio JC Inch, per year ft Ji Inch, per year - 8 Ten fines of uli type nnH 1 Ineb. 1 J. n.DOVLB. W.S.MTDISILL. TAOTLB BUDISIXL, 1 ." i HILLSBORO, O. ' i t Omca-Ih Moklbb'en, block. H. High1 street. " TKtJlOKn.l.ATEnT'( , Physician 4nd Surgeon.': . - HILLSBOHOj.'OHIO, ",, , , OmcK-Maln itreeKover Mtviterfeatqn.' , , Residence, aoain street, am aoor wen oi in , ' or Lemon's. my26yi " 'c.'it oaLxvtoiT JOHN A. coiuits. ., .afieixnto cotxnra, f iV " " i ATTOBNB7S A.O? LAW, . -i . HILLSBORO,' OHIO. , . " ' Orrtca Rooms 1 and 2 Smith Block, cor ner Main and High streets. A Notary Public taoffleeT '" mar2t 1 A EVANS, HILLSBORO, O. t M ' Owaoa Pfci4ftoomeriyJfcraM'cffitf ' iCTHBTg-QAMurrrT " ATXOBNBYS A.T LAW, ' . -. Hit.raiinnn n iJlca Corner...

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 1886

p- 5p- The News-Herald. WEDNESDAY. JUNES. ISM. HJLLSUORO, OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Thehe are 85,000 Anarchists hi Eu rope and 9,110 In America, according to the estimate of JJczcroit, no great Rus sian Nihilist. Chicago h s 6,000 An archists, ho asserts. Miss Makt McPueksok has given $20,000 for a Burns monument in Al bany, N. Y. The base of the monu ment is to bo American granite, the pedestal of Scotch granite, and the statue of the poet of bronze. Fon a man who gave tho world so much advice on health, Dr. Dlo Lewis ilicd at a rather remarkably early age. But perhaps his disciples can nrgo that it took an accident to kill him, as his death was duo to injuries received in a fall. A very successful attempt at suicide was recently made in South Africa. A colonist put a dynamite cap in his mouth and lit it at a candle. This method is recommended as quite effect ive to would-bo suicides in New York State, where an attempt at sell-destruction is a penitentiary offense. a " "Carp," who w...

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. — 2 June 1886

TW I '.- s . f t - ;-, ramer House W. Mala St.. IIfM.SHnRfi. Offli n PBlittSitfllER, , Pwprietoi Strictly First-Class First-Clasr ,iLivry, Fwd and 5atStkW': Attached. Col I. J. Blonnt-XAKAOEBS-r. J. Oakst V- Tl rf J - r WUHUT STREET HOUSE Bet. Sixth and Seventh 8treeti, CINCINNATI. ) First-class in All its.Appointments POPULAR PRICE, $2 )r day. W. M. TUCKER & CO., Props STOPPED FREE Tl MrvtM twmtt. IrtMMI P-noni Rattorftf WT.TWKH OftVAT ll WNrnupRMTnDtB AsYBlAttttfcNllltVK DlSBAftM OafMM HfPALLIBLl(UkM at dfrtcted. H Fug mftt rkri ( AVs-tra tTtrHm K"Mm, MmUmtm rrn my . Trettiie and yj tml trottl frtx Pit Mttentt, thty piying eipret chirm r Wot htt :etvl. send mmet, p. o tnlxprei atldreta ol llctedtanft KLINI' mi AfrhSi.nillrW4nttl . Otvcflm. MhlVARZ Ot SHtfATtNG FRAUDS. Notice My 10, 25 ' . j '1 n ft Matt? 1115 V .Call before) buyii)gand see for yourselves. J. M. HIESTAND. No. 21 NORTH HIGH STEEEtI QUIHIST BROTHERS' DRUG STORE t.) a inJa .t . lTrugs; Paints, til t siwprf fi y , ...

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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 1886

I Willi The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 11Y THE News-Herald Publishing Company. G. W. Barrcre. Bobee Barrere. E. R. Pierson. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATKS 3TOK -ADV-CRI-SIG- Made Known on Application. JUNE 2, 1886. Spcakor Carslilo lms written a letter dechring that the only way to satisfy American labor and quiet the existing trouble is toremoc the taritl. This is about 23 degrees worse! than the Jlor rison bill. Tho tendency of both free immigerntion and freo importation of foreign material is to reduce wages and that would be a ery disagreeable solu tion of tho labor question. Pirsident C!c eland is announced to be married to-day to Miss Frankic Fol Bom, notwithstanding Miss V.'s earnest denial which appears on an inside page of this issue. The President sajs it is to be aery quiet affair but wo infer that he is intensely mistaken. The press will blast it from one end of the country to the other and every minute detail of costumes will be known. Pity tho...

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. — 2 June 1886

t t ,' it ' ,'v The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, W, Vain St. JUNE 2, . 1886. The circulation of a newspaper 'deter mlaes the Vain oMts columns ai an ad vertlslng mediant. The NBWS-HKBAI.D has by far the largest elronlatlon at any paper tn Highland eonntr whleh fact ad vertisers would do well to bear In mind. Oar Hit are open to their Inspection. Mini Minnie Elliott, of this place, in visit log relntlvei In Greenfield. MK J' hn Mdore, ot Bprlngflelif, vlKlted relatives, In ttils place last week. 1 . m Mr. and Mrl. Elijah Rockkold, ol Bain bridge, are visiting relatives here. Mn. Henry Cheney and sonk Fred, are vis iting relatives In Washington C. II. You aro respectfully Informed that the np inrouchlng Saturday Is stock sale dnyl o Mtta Higgle MoKeehan visited relatives and friends here a few days ot this week. o MlssMame Book i Is visiting her cousin, , Mrs. Chapman Johnson, In Covington, Ky. m Mrs. Jndge Harper and son, Joe, of Ports mouth, are visiting Mrs. U.'a sister, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 2 June 1886

bB I'fii 1 r The News-Herald. WD!KDAY.Jl!Nt3!t. ISM. HILLSUOUO, t : OHIO. LITTLE COQUETTE. Her father's llttlo comforter, when trials round him press, The maglo of her baby ways Cheat life of bitterness. All day he tolls with hand and brain. Of trouble has his share, But etenlng brings him home again, And sweet Coquette Is there. "Papal papal" the sliver tonei In nutc-llko sound will fall, Al comes a rush of firing feet Along the stair and hall: O, little eager blushing face, O, dauclng eyes of blue The kisses give the dimples chase, l'npa's lu lo e with you. In lot o with tonilor clinging arms. With winsome look and smllo, With mem mouth and fearless brow 80 Innocent or gitllo. O. little sweetheart, hold him fast This lner fond and true; Your father Is your paladin. And strong to care for you. If e'er for him the tempter's art Shall spread a glided lure. He'll spurn the ei II thing away, And keep his spirit pure While though the day bring toll and pain, No hour shall weat e a snaro...

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. — 2 June 1886

4 KNIGHTS OP LABOR. t Epeclal .Contention of the General Ai embiyof'th Order tt Olarelud. Opening of tha Session Grand Matter Workman Powdarly Delivers nil Ad dress Work of tbe Convention Mapped Oat Appointment of Standing Committees Tint rnocBF.Dnras. Cluvkland, O., May j. The special conTeritlon of the General Assembly of the Knights of Xafcbr, called by Grand Muter W,oiknuui rowdetly, net In this city yester day. About nine o'clock Grand t Master Powderly and the executive' board of the Knights of Labor held a meeting In: their. Headquarters, and an hour later the trades union committee appointed at the1 late con entton In Philadelphia was ushered ilntQ the room. The committee consisted of. A. Etrassen4 President of the International Union of Cigar-makers; Willlaai Welhev.of me Amalgamated iron ana steel or leers' Association;' P. J.'Mctinlre, Secretary of the Carpenters' and Joiners' Union, and David Bnyer,f, the Typographical Union. The following preamble and resolution passed ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 2 June 1886

1 f' SHERIFFS SAIiE. Real Estate. I.ICnllllK. los. p. Mllnrrsntl l.ula M. l liner. IIIkIiIuihI Count) Court of Com- mull Plena. CaaaNo.tiS. ORDER OF sal:. In mir'iinnce of an order Issued from the Court of Common Plea within and fur Ilia County of If IkIiIhikI mill Stale if Onlo, inwlo at tlio April term there nf A. D. 18.S6. ami to me directed, I will ilfer for anient public nucllon nt the door of lliti Court llnnw, In the town of HUlsboro, on Saturday. June 12th, A. D. 1880, At one o'clock p. in. of sulci day, the follow JniC described renl estate, to-wlt: Mlluateln the county of HlRhlHDd, In the Htntonf Ohio, and In the township of Paint mid hounded and described ns follows, to wit: lleKltinlrjK nt antoao and whlteoak In ihelltieorK Heels nnd corner to the heirs if Mxinue! Cowman ; thence with the line of hhI.I Heels nnd the heirs ut Hnmuel Wise 8. Al" W. 210 poles to n stone In Wm.Bmall's line; thence with his line N. 41' W.69VJ poles ton stone In sulci line; thence N 4,E 181 po...

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. — 9 June 1886

V L," t Cv A, fp, c iwMwwit5!wvw "'Mill ?W3M3iA'a ,fl i --I ia .stroils olbnaH itn'l "nV I r ?t o. i . "Tt i r . HERALD. -KiJ eulanhh nmvtr.cnl . va?I r ' sh ff i m in nnH'tl ' ' 41 tfirOd ii';4 ,omii bio erf) bm l r Mir;eii'fl itr imtuFw." 'nnsrfi,r i ipppfl irU out iv ii iiiijvjioill . i: n n'tn); lr m H il4 v n-jo (t n'. - an , if r m IjlUlii i, ', 1 iiuii e1? I 1 I ikI t.ll ' . i ''''i'it-dSIi r . -toJt of I tt!WWWlfl .nulallil lu in hi s l id ,'i b :Bjjaffi&); 183?;?,: ivftt HILIBORO, HIGHLANirTcO., O., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1886. VOL. 5b NO. 10 c. Inolw V) ' " nl inn 1 ic ''fTiiiltili ' I "nt' NEWS e I r' - " l I -T . M Mi -'- "."M kJJ J EM I H M H 1 fBlBH r.rt. teBEBB BlBBf - H t M H T SEEM nut iii ..,. ,.,.! Ii "." ln I I iL t c I II .l) 4 i od; it'. t ' n ,i !) e J fno' V ' J c. il 'J t ;inu bi vi fci-tfinSjr r 4)nti-) I Ml Professional Cards. nVftioHrilJ JJii -ti III,,) eaw iirn . i tolJrt trotlMMI 4BMVIM vweer- 1 Ml HvMJsj PMfflsje! " . r35?3."':" r v-1 pwm'i'eiPTB u mui...

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 1886

i The News-Herald. WBBatMl ST. JUKES, IftMk HILLSBORO. t , OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. There arc no glens that Decoration Day Is becoming less observed as a holl day. Indeed it Is not too much to say that there is now apparently more popu lar interest connected with it than ever before. o Prof. Berut, of Carml, 111., has dis covered that the funnel-shaped cloud which bears the deadly cyclono in its bosom moves liko the curve-pitcher's 'base-ball, and wherover it strikes, peo ple and things aro liable to go out on a . A roucE judge In Toledo, O., has distinguished himself by deciding that no honest woman has any occasion to be be out alone in the streets as late as 10:30 o'clock in the evening, and if she is insulted at that time or after no one s responsible but herself. , To promote economy the French Gov ernment has established savings banks in connection with the public schools. There aro no less than 24,000 of these banks, and the half million boys whoso names are on tho books havo...

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 1886

-r "s- rrr."-ijaiT s. KramerHousc W. Mala St., HILL8B0R0. . Strictly First-Glass aiia 'Flr.l.Cl.akWy,,rnd V. . ai' viij j,r "y i.v-ny - - aan aiMNs rUMcnta Mpiori TrruFirt Col. I. J. Blou&t-XAsTAOEBS-T. 7. Oakts WUHUT STREET HOUSE Bet. Sixth and Seventh Streets, CINCINNATI. 1 i. flOYAl ' ,.iiHii W:lHt i'nmlftli'fii ;ini,iisi! K APKZSmZL- L W""l . !! . I WH -A ". I? mrPrcsidentlBasrTl Himself: f H I vw k. rj w k en to r -' ! V First-class in All its Appointments POPULAR PRICE, 2 per,day. i li. M. TUCKER & CO., Props t6hedfree( T " dMl MlNf i. Jr .ltaPsMiis RarieM 1 lDr.KUKS'SOMUT 113 NPRVifRrATriRPn r sWBft At & NKRVB DlSWASSS Ontjtnrt. lffPALLiBLlftiita ii directed Wi fttw y7 irtt ttaya ute. Trettlae and f trial bult Trie 14 , , r(t Dttfenta titer Divine exDrtcfcirteiar bat wlLnf I f Awf- tfl nm P a"N All, I AWKvAaa AAmmmM il I ftftlteterl ta nn KLf NT oit Arch t .PhllsktelnhU Pt t Drufgutt. MhWAKU Qt IMtTATLSG FRAUDS. POWDER Absolutely Pure. (This powder never varies. A...

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 1886

Weol Wmi. I iiiiisU it SO li ' 1,1 . . , ' . , . l The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY 11 V Til News-Horald Publishing Company, 0. W. Barrere. Btbes Barren. E. R. Pierton. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATRS irOB ADVERTISING Mad Known on Application. JUNE 9, 1886. REPUBLICAN Judicial Convention, 4th Circuit of Ohio. A Republican Judicial Com cut ion will bo held at Chillicothe, Wednesday, June 30th, 80 at 1 o'clock p. m., composed of delegates from the seycral counties of the Fourth Judicial Circuit of Ohio, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Judge, to serve six years from February, 18S7, find for the transaction of such business as may come before it. The ratio of representation will be 1 delegate for each four hundred votes cost for Hon. J. B. Foraker in 1885, and 1 delegate for a fraction of four hun dred, over two hundred, which said ratio gives : VOTES. DEL. Athens county 3770 9 Adams " 2930 7 Broun " 2726 7 Gallia x " 3668 8 Highland" 3607. 9 Hocking...

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 1886

msmtm M'jiiM U ' t'lWvrWVWi E"l JliIji sJMssbi lit I I I I "wwjw,iiipiiw ."' The News-Herald. ,Offlo8i Boggard, Building, W. Vain St. JUNE Q, 1886. The circulation uf n newspaper etei. mine's the value of lie columns at an ad vartlslng medium. The NEWS-HERALD ha! by far the targeit circulation of any paper In Richland county, which (act art vertlsers would do well to bear In mind. Oar list are open to their Inspection. . Mr. David Helph Islmprovlni lili reeldenco on Kast Beech street. MIm Clara Evans, of UreenlUtditniule n brief vlalt to relative! here last weak. Fresh llmewlll be for sale at John Bowler's kiln near the narrow gaugo depot to-day. Mli. Mills Gardutr.of Washington 0. 11., li vltltlog relative and friend In Hlllsboro. lire. M. E. Boysell, ot Lima, Ohio, U visit lng relative at her old home near Center field. m Cor Bate or Rent Story-and-a-half fraino d welling on Kait Main street. Apply at this offloe. Mr. Willis Woodrow, of Bowersvllle, 0 has accepted a position w lth...

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 1886

t 1M Pf The News-Herald. WF.DNrMlAT.JVXr.. IS. IIILLS1I0R0. i OHIO. ONE DAY IN THE COUNTRY. When I wake In my garret t morn, for a moment I half forrrt. . . And think I am bnok airiiln in the heart Of the Krassfrrown Ira; For a caire Iilr.l Is singing; across the way 'twnt the bojts of mignonette Shall I ercr foriret that day or the kind heart! thatgavo It to mo? And again. In the beat of tho noon, t am fair. to close mr eca, Ai.- across t lie housetop! high and tho weary. unending seam. Comes a w nd of the dawn to me, and the blue of the Miming skies And tho sikIi of the fickle t work ohl faint and fnr-ott as a dream. Tbe whir ot tho busv machines turns Into the hum of tho bees. And the light orcein ovsr tho corn ana the heat Hold golden and fair. Where tho low roofed farmhouse nestles down In tho arms of the bowerlng trees. An I the lircaih of tbe frngi ant llowera arises to II oil liko a prjer. It nasonlv mine for a day. I hare neither lot nor part In the oyous song of the bird, ...

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 1886

? FOR OUR YOUNG FOLKS. JIMMY'S PLEA. M I did not rise at the breakf Mt bell, - 1 meant to." Th wood's not carried In, I know. But there's tbe school-bell, 1 trjutt so ., 1 moant to.'" Mr lossont forgot to write, But duU and applet were to nloe I meant to." " I forgot to walk In on tiptoe I Ob, bow the babr crlet, oh, oht '1 meant to." " There. I forgot to thut the gate And pot away my book and Ba.aiata I moant to." JTie cattle trampled down the corn; mj Biaie it oroaen, dook it torn- I moant to." Thus drawlt poor Idle Jimmy Hlte From morn till noon, from noon till night "1 meant to.',' j And when he growa to be a man, V He'll heedlessly mar every plan With that poor plea, "I meant to." ' Chicago Sun. DAISY DUTTON'S DEBT. , Bow It Wat Incurred, and the Inon It Taught. r Daisy Button was a great favorite in school. She was always ready to holp a friend, whether it was to find an ob- " . VJii.i r - scur town, in mo nean. oi nussia, on the map, which 1b so certain to hide the obscure pl...

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 1886

v m SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. )ill t'ulilll vs. Jos. I'. Mlln.rnnil IjViIa M. Milner. IIIkIiIhiiiI Con n I) Court ot Com limn I'lens. Case No. 4228. , OHUKJi OFSAI.K. Ill mirsinince of mi order Issued from 11m Court of Common l'lena within unci Tnr llio Cottnly ot Highland mill Htate of Uliln, innile at ttie April term there nf A. I). 181, and l me illrccteil, I will olTrr for nulnht public ntiel Ion lit the iloorof 1 he Court House, In llic luu ot Hlllsboro, in Saturday, Juno 12 th, A. 1). 1886, At mid o'clock p. m.ot snld ilny, iho follow, line ilescrlbeil real estate, tn-wlt: Mltimte In the county of HlghlHrid, In the HtHlnof Ohio, nnil In the township of Paint nnil lintintleil and described nn tollowo, to wn; lieu I n n I n a: at n stone- anil wlilteonk In Hie this of E Heels n nil cornerlo the heirs of Hamuel Cowman; thence with the Hue of Kiihl fleets nnil the heirs ot Samuel Wise 8, 17' W.210 poles to it stone In Win.RrdaU'a line: thence with his line N.-I1' W.m poles touM...

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