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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 20 October 1887

V jSS ' " T 1 ":$ ""J! vi i j LV J-w- J li tl v 4 1 1 Mi i - y J? ! ZA w w r- t U ' s i,:f- The News-Herald. HItXAKORO, OHIO. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1867. OOHTRARY CUPID. ohas. m. tirrDxa. . Ton can't depend on evidence that emanates from Cupid,. For toTen are in every tense exceptionally stupid. A maiden may the knowledge gain that seta her heart a-tremble, And yet her face li all disdain, or so she would dissemble. She then assumes a reticence that shrinks at all advances, As if she feared the eloquence that speaks in subtle glances. As if she looked upon embrace as liberty alarming, And didn't think a yielding grace addition ally charming. O, when the dear seems most afraid of these advances tender, Then ia the time the cunning maid is wait ing to surrender. For every obstacle, she knows, gives ardor to pursuing; A little coquetry bestows an impetus to woo ing. She doesn't. care to show her heart is all a-thrill with pleasure, And so she puts her subtlest art in hesitating leisure...

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. — 20 October 1887

"."rfoyftEWfr:. :Ufa'''-i vt -wi f Jr. ? iWililM l-lj-.'..., ,m,-.. r,v. ji.j. w - V v . . i,. L f:ss -l y ? , Hys rA j-. ? fcjftMH; j t';;x ,wau m&t ? w .awi':,.,'?;- r t i -i " "' - ---'"' ?.': vrfC 'M.wJ --., s v-.'. .VWT "SanlB! mmSMSmasms M - n .t,w l&.. "A'i. l3 m? nOM GENERATION TOOBNERATION. tr- With each new spring fiswDorn wakes, wnen every forest thins t T " "u uuua uiuBoonunn. ( v . to ton8 w know t . F""i " uiwui iimawaunu woo, V "That leaves should come again that wi x A. .1 IJ til BUUU1UHUJ'- 1 Ere the Greek tune. to words melodious from the heart-blood wrung, It leaped to life In prehistoric tongue. Gray, ages toss Its fainting echoes the far chasm across, Bridging their ancient to our present loss. It hath an art As universal as the human heart ; In every land and clime it plays a part. It shall.be true. Old and yet ever young, trite and yet new, Whenever trees are green and skies are blue. When from the gloom Of the dark earth upbreaks tb e tender bloom ' T...

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. — 20 October 1887

.-K-H vt gp' tia . T i.r &f J- - M I 3r 't t ft" I ' $ f a- r if J ,v M fc The News-Herald. . OlMI -bfftfa B-uilf , W. Ibis It. OCTOBER 20, 1887. pattehn if am. at wskiyt- ess sjmeiet oi I are eaaaHa U XTOVXUBSB io. . (We H7 7t to ' ftwt -tllllM WMt. J. M. BOYD CO. Mn. 0. B. Price U rkriti-g In New York City. Mr. Will Walker Sundayed at hia home near Greenfield. Buckwheat floor and honey at the Wett End Groeery. Vernon Overman, of Cincinnati, was in onr city over Sunday. Mrs. Ed. Caldwell, of Paris, Ky., is visiting relatives in this city. Mrs. BevT D. W. Clark visited her parents at Oolnmhos last week. Mrs. Bebee Barrere and baby are vis iting her parents at South Salem. Mrs. Liggett, of Lynchburg, is visit ing her daughter. Mrs. Mr. R. Orr. I will pay 70 cents for good wheat at Model City Mills. Jakes T. McGciwe. - Fob 8a Thordgh Bred Short Horn Bull Calves. R. R. Wist, Dallas, 0. Mr. J. B. Moore and son, of George town, were on onr streets last Monday, m Hon. L. T. Neal, of C...

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. — 20 October 1887

iNvwkvm!tafca g? ..TT. .. . SUIT V M JH-U1 . 13 .A1-' r. i W. s& $ .. A.? ,V fti J hi' fs'. J" hs Lt fe l ' t-r I w& rt,i NEWS OF THE WEEK, WEDNESDAY. Tho Indianapolis city election went Republican by about 1,000 majority. Tho Labor party polled 1,100 votes. Civil Service Commissioner Oberly haa issued an order that no active poli tician of either party is eliglblo to mem bership on the local Boards of Exam iners. A wreck near KouU's, lnd., caused by the collision of a freight and passenger train, caused a terrible loss of life, about thirty persons being crushed or burned to death. TliUIISDA . . Cleveland has been selected as the place of meeting of the Grand Com inandery of Knights of Templar. The population of Montanais estimated to be 130,000, an increase of 10,000 dur the present year. Hon Isaac Miller, n Cincinnati Demo crat of high position and sterling social, business and political integrity, has declined the Chairmanship of tho Ham ilton County Campaign Committee, ...

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. — 27 October 1887

-.f . ,' jSH''" -''mLIsbbbbbbbw ytQflawnTaafaTi NEWS. HERALD 'f''l r ' " ' ' ;i ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBOilO, HIGHLAND CO., O. THUKSDAYr OCTOBER 27, 1887. VOL. 61 NO. 28? .:..y. ;; A. M: f l"l . jf-tarjS I'lr 1 f tS I h Kr. Is? '.?' BOttGLARY I ObirvM' Agtint Edward Clark, Demncratio Candidate for Mentor of the Board of Pablic Works. SHOT IN-THt N'CK WHILE ENDFAV INO TO AVOID ARREST. a Aehae "Age That Ha . - V if" ' b Ik Santo oet a, Cortlfc- iwoe2fV Mi."Urfc a Battler CJeai. Tltex Desaocratto state Uckeiwas' cm talnly la bad enough. sbpe with men kke'FoWeO, who was manager of the jfrssjd atogry, campaign of 1885, and' tCwalaaa', the 'dfaibnrdag' agent of the bootte gang In 1883, at 1U ' bead. The? are not the only ornaments on It, how ever. Edward Clark,' the 'Democratio nominee, for state board of public works, who la on the ticket with them, enjoys the proud-distinction of being the only . eaaaidetejler a state' 6ce In Onto .this ' .ywjawhaa'-beei shot while attempting to "escape...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1887

0 fi & & Efc m-1 If BE' ! S?;s! v ft ,-! I fev w? lf 'a- 7 is r& ? t$J w- UK' h& W f 6Ati.. '$$& m&' Rs tmr m. Ffc- t. ZW.V" :-",, , ffflb 1 "tr t .& frhc News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT TRB News-Herald Publishing Company. i. W. 1AMERE. BEBEE lARRERE UBIORIPTtON, $1.50 A YEAR IN AOVANCE. BATES FOB -AJDVKBTI8ING Madt Known on Application. OCTOBER 27, 1887. Republican Slate Ticket. Oornnor .....J. B Fortku LUntenaut Governor. W. U. Ljm Supreme Judge (Lung; Term).... Wm. T 8pem Hnprcme iocIkb (-liortT-mi)...F. J. Dlckm-i Stat Auditor K. W. Fn State Treammr I. 0. Brum Attorney lleueral D. K. Wat-o. Member Board Public Work. .0. A. Flicking State Senator D.M. MateJ. Republican Comity Ticket. BepresentatlTe Jonah Btlttm Probate Judge Leror Kelh Prnwcating Attorney aenrxe t. Garret Sheriff H 0 Dawam Tnunrer G O. HeMp-ringlm Recorder Samuel N. I'aitm Onmmiiainncr M, A. Dougta Infirmar) Director Richard Cnitu Surveyor Nathaniel Man) Coroner , R A Bmwi Mas...

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. — 27 October 1887

Rf wi-c43(?Ts(?ifl 7' ;?: ft tR l 4 ' Jll vw A "f" fi- $XJL U v .85 '& I -. in & i-st.tf k- irii m, & "(3. .ni. .lf.T3 ".''- WMi2:5iiVI.... . r'i .1 ifoS (".u,,.'.'-.:v rnev:rv ewsunBruau A .TM.J. r twii "!. -m. -r - - ".-. w -l .1 .. im i Jftfc iafflsass 'swrw.i s r9-Tpiww". -?t r ! W' t-'yg'Vtf MMUBHIAT.UUTUW 17, HIT. TKWmTOOTOm 17,1817. mv.wh i.v. . ; ,-:,, -rfalWr JKJOfcACki rr . r rABD'Men iiiwbi( "JtXi ,...' ImyoVwr,. WVraaaCeesr half V 'nenetaiVr' AnMiiWu. ..4,iuii rat-tat iIeried'aloud, At Pr.v wan W V In -i - , i' uur e.vbur dismal din, And turn' the knob, then enter in." ' ..There came'responsive to command ' A ohap with basket In hlJ hand Hli coat wag frayed, his trousers brief, His vest of yore had com to grief. Andinarakishsortof way5;- ' , A brlmless bat touted halm of gray, ' While spreading Into painful flaw Two toea peeped from aolelsss ihoe, Till one might aptlyeay of him ' Hs.wss destruction's synonym. , " 'Prooeid." said 1, with the Intent Of easing h...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1887

s,'v 'P'f'WiPwWfflF t .? hf . 'A A i m iSf K I na? f 19' ':-. i 1 i l gi ft 'M y W ;v? m.'-Ti $&&: - i it v Mgjmmmmtmmmm memmmm liU KKOH. 'lt Htliitul at Hwert llrtrr Outage i pro. gi--iiK Mtvrh wlili Mr. William Hajlor at the If Ibi DmUI Huarp, Ir , will move to tbe Prssler fern Beer 81. Martina tbia week and a F. tteott will move to the buna vacated by Sharp. A Km. Rmi will more to the house vacated by Hooll. Qalle a numW of young fnlki gathered to t Jr. Harvey Wright's laat Sunday Bight fur thn parpes of slogtog. Qalte e pleases! tUae reported. Mill Minnie Thompson died at hsr father's r'Sideioe Mtr tale pUee bmt hilf.pset thre 'ook Tsesdsy night, October 18th, INT. Mm lsavee two Hill children and a host of relative and friend to tunnro Uer Ion. Her death waa earned by ooimompilon. Rot. D'Ualai. nfOlarkaville. conducted the funeral aervioee tlm MliiwiiiK day at the huuee at atevao o'clock. Tho remain were laid to twit in Mm New Vienna cemetery by the tide of her uuiDeoa a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1887

&4-W .$" trVi r. '8, K ' IV t 1. r k ft. " A fa H wMsr - m -, H (t s i m -4 if vyv :. is , The News-Herald. RI1IMOM, OBIS. 1HIDMPAT, OCTOBER 87, 188T. ONE LITTLE QIRL. OKU. M. SlfYDCB. Bbe cdmes in airy childish glee With dancing eyes and hair astir ; She does not seem afraid of me, Not half so much as I of her. For first I dread that she may ask Borne vaguely pondered doubt of hers, To answer which might prove a task For graveet of philosophers. And when she lists with eyes aglow Unto a tale from fairy lore, I tremble then, for well I know It must be followed by score. Her little moods If grave or gay, In constant expectation live, And she In rare and regal way Asserts their sweet prerogative. What wondrous legends I devise To please this maiden or amuse I For when I see her anxious eyes I couldn't, if I would, refuse. And when my welcome task is done, What satisfying recompense The peaceful moments when I sun Myself in trusting innocence 1 For words may never tell how dear The...

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. — 27 October 1887

"T. 1wWH!.FT-v IV. '. m W W f i s . Pir It m IK. US' m ' a r !. KMtVMT HYMN Mi ' ,' ? j i i i m IbS&L. . - . . . . i ;-V'- Th y shout for joy, they un Hug t ,y Th valleys, clothed with com, Extol Creation' glorious King,, WtinM frtitta ihn flelria futnrn. ifW " " " . - . Ti They ting the power that works each yea if The miracle of bread: From seeds so few vast crops appear, And multitudes are fed. Of faithfulness, they sing aloud, That ever doth endure : The promise radiant In the cloud, Seed-time and harvest sure. They sing the goodness of the Lord, Who feeds both man and beast ; Sustaining all things by His Word, Nor overlooks the least. lord of the harvest! I would bring My grateful sheaves to Thee, I'll shout for joy, I'll also sing Thy faithful love to me. Ripen the grain, Thy work complete, Thy Harvest-homo prepare; Hake me for Thine own garner meet Store me forever there. A WHITE LIE. i Simple Story of the Ufa of Fisher uu and His Daughter. EUOE.NE FIELD. ICopyrtghted. 1S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 27 October 1887

miWWm " "Ve di ftA.r.,,r, ,.-., . r. k r " ' i i A-iw 9-'fKVif V ' . -J-""- , ' .. . a . .-al fii RC"-- ; mm?'mym ' ,' ". . .'. "3 " ? r if A Lv .- -V .! ' -1 . 9 3t . t. l r. The News-rferald. M'MOo"tHoyt",.w""e- OMoai Howard Baildlig, W, alain 8t OGTOBSB27, 1887. SxjpL PATTEM F1U2R .n't11 ArniraMti with DKH osiers monthLi. im uut i Ml Fester Magsiiats, we are mtbttd lo Will Klliler Is sick with malarial fever. Court has adjourned unttl November 10th. e The beat boot in town at tho Bee Hive 8hoe Store. Mrs. Capt. Carson Is visiting relatives um anaiot .i In Chill lent ho. suit an ef ear Mr feedtn a pmmt of Patten ef tail Haasoa Jerkti. Tl.u nttani UI U wotik IM. u It IU U aaejaaakHl wtU a lad UlaMntloa anil fall iManlpUsa, lha aaaa Usee tsM at taPera keasas, VttkatltrlitaPatnra Order, wklte, Iffttt la W. Jaaalnft Dam nat, us aaWlikw of tit worktraowatd: EmanaThiMHt. win ntitla the Meat to eat el thata asaaanae Ml Urn me,aMcusi win aevraeMta IMiin. Wafekftrthe Fall It wttl ka pnataa...

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. — 27 October 1887

BIMIsMral WffV 4KW .CSV : - f . Afv. . ' . -'..rWv v " ?"' v '-fe ?- yi . !&. "tf' F,3t l5 n IE EH i& x V if i ?ia H "? '5 .ft -3k yl- r-u' , itKW LEXINMTOK. October Mtb, 1887. Jae. Barb visited at Colnmbe hut week. Mr. Bam Pstton. of Rooky Fork, visited this lw ff euneauwy. SSI.a Alt. .J..M. AlQil E.......,''!.-. m, day wlla Mb Htl Duff. John Dovle end wife, or Staunton, vltlted A Doyle and family kit Sunday. Muter Gall Evans, or areeuflsld, tpenl but Friday with his mother at this place. Mr. Btowe, ot Lebanon, was tilling hit aoi P. F. Blows iaat Saturday Mid duuday. Mr. Bam Moora and wife; of near Ceutarvllle. spent Iaat Honda? with Jaaes Wright am. family. ;Mlaa Bartha Lives r, of New Vienna, la visit MR net grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Jnsepl flwearingen. Sanday School prayer meeting next Bund.) night. The program consisting of aonga, reui tationa, Ao. proiulaea to be very interesting. a etc? that coughing! if yon do not It may kill vu. A bottle of Dr. Unit's Cough rjyrui ...

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. — 3 November 1887

fc nji ' . . W Av H-' & H :&: 1$ V. .! l'W 'M U'.-rac t. M- '.& ii -' ft fjSSS '.7 J 3TABLI8HMD 1837. IIILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1887. VOL. 51 NO. 20 I NEWS-HERALD l - r - i JnLJtL 11'. I u U ,& m fev t:& '- y I M W IT MEANS I 1. igy.e, of yom yu 'ilfiltvtMhfv 9. WM4 Vtv t&mt'rnHn, tore A Saw et esatVa :' sarHaraia nearly n v--? W-:ff I'Mlot'dT omo jm smssbjb wvo iii'f'ttliiUto dde Wetier'oW'galliMit goreraor, j .? Foraker, tiader whoee adaiialatratioa the atato debt haa beea decreaeed, tarittoa lowered by the eaaetaneat of the Dow law, ty.draU-.oci :th taapayereredaeed byejaiagtW eif i of aaglag the pnbUe ithattaa aad , aeatteakary; the eUctlrt fraaehlatpeeteeted by the enact aaeaAtt iawaawdimcUte parity of the baOet bea, amd'blntlag ,oat eriiaeasd torarwheeh;wMo' rawpaai la taVataU aadoJSeaaoaMikW. 'Title whether' Oor eraet tataheifcaalBoeat reeord1' U to be eaderaed aad ho letobe re elected, or wheal tr ala etato jhto,HM goteraed f...

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. — 3 November 1887

WfXT. I,,. ".- V-? .hkvs-. .-.- . '- - It? vn-wrasr v EL I IS ti f y ; V Ir It rt! tf" .'A ? 1. V I The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BT TUB News-Herald Publishing Company 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, 11.50 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KATES TOR ADVERTISING Made Known on Application. NOVEMBER 3, 1887. V Republican Slate Ticket. OoTfrnor................ ,.,,... J. B-For.ki-r Uaatcnaut Oiivrruur ..... W, C. Lynn 8apmmJnl-. (Long r-rin)..,.Wm. T Hpaar Hapr-ms Inilne (-Iiort TfruO.,,F. J Dlekm.n Htata An4itr IC W, Poi fltata I'Kinarir ,,...J. 0 llrown Attorney tletn-r.l 0, K. v atiin Member Board Public WurkK..U A. Fiickiugtr Mtato Senator.... D. M. Mamlt- Itpublienti Comity Ticket. Rnprpaentatlve , Jonah Bi Itlnn Probate ludgfl Lerov Kell Pro't-ontlng'Attiiriiey ......Oenrxe L. Qtrrett Sheriff H O t)wmn, Tnaanrer U O Hetheringtiiu Kccorder S.mnel N. I'aitou Omninl.ainiier H. A DnnRlaar Inflrmarj Director Richard Crnaen SnrTeyor JJatlianlt-l Mawl. Coroner - R A Bmwn REPUBLI...

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. — 3 November 1887

fit t ,:. a - u. ; ;?. vi. " v.. ,ff i m V a it; m kr it-, tt---. Lt, ' Kt. nW ;StfMWOTB?TT-!TJraa&Trii3 J.,'T7S'Wffrii'f''i:5nfflHWiF,'?lP1 f $: mmmm. n "Ki-H-i.frvp-vrtj: ': ',t,v ' . ".,t' .. : f, r .-..., r r'.-yrv-v , . , The ;NcwH.rad. -'-:&,' " ? ?V-'- .tf . i J?k- LT,JOTtm.,,j ;,: ,?;a'W!i. ;.'V-f-;i -Mf VifMV -il M Baby mlne-rbe sun's a-shlne v And dy1ts face! discloee; 7 ' The bnd a-peep from' peaceful imp Wake into, reddest roses. ,, 11m swallows leave thesheltertBgoava The herald bees go humming; Mag ho,' sing hey ; what d6 thqr anyr ABeby mood U coming. v ' I stethe trace upon Its fee ? Two little lips asunder; y7hJwUlttbe?,acrowofglse, . O doleful cry I wonder.) sel.-onitaCheinhideandseek ' Two'pliwearpeeplwtV. 'I, SBe,Qmykwhitdolipyf . - My little baby weeping I ,i ,('" i f . V . . J . . .r .. 0 Baby bye, ypu shouldn't cry j Vet when"my dear li eobblag, Then.dlemal gray, from itumy dajr IM golden robe li robbleg; ,'' The dew, eppeen.ln endleei teiif, J U M$ . ...

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. — 3 November 1887

?$ iiw iV5"! - J lit i -Mi ifff ys ,VJV ( lav jf . B.M fr'Tm; T.'3lgg,Jmtm. Si '"AfaSA'eavil- Father Krai. taa row nttrt or tn sow, 'Hong Southern Said, a noic was rang WithMMnnd.trMd nd slow, , Wbom mtio eehoeejyet Miong Bar piss, eltbo' the knell has roof, And tbs singer besn.Uld low. BU tklUful htad iwpt o'er tht lyre ; There roM sweet melodise ; Those mslodles that wonld Inspire With" lore, tbs lowett.serf, roe higher And wafted o'er the leal. In golden clime, thoee tonee will ring Tones of a eurrowrd aoul i The birdi will chooee LU uotee to elng O'er hi client tomb en offering Of lore, si cycles roll. Hit atari's devotion ever give Hm maeio eneb eweet sirs, No other eong ooatd ever hure, Or peen be so (nil of lore A hie ead mleereree. The sadness of hlidretme Iiti won -For hint eternal fame i The Sonth na't r knew a ewei ter tono, Or sweeter singer thin thle one, idtar of immortal names ! The eweet volaplaooe etralni wonld ewell from kiwi; earth Heer'n ; And yet were eoariiig h...

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. — 3 November 1887

mssskbbe w 1 ' 'jH'.'-I wms . t i S i a? t i- L Jr-lV , V i ( 4 LS... PfvTis? A f'rWt -A if &r -s. 'J 'J- vt i, tft, V & - V JW ' ft t f t lb tl Umi .11. ..rt'ttJ i ' . .ru ;.' 1 19-1 I -' i tj? ii. j; $$fo.l . vi'n'V V' I'l'iVVii'iii'f "1 '"' "i " 1 i i T " ii 'il ii ' i - 'i i - in ii i nil i I, j r.j fV?,'.Wv' . " --- - -,. , ., , .. . , . .... . . . .. , . , , .... . . ...... Vft-M K. J nxsKtoao, one. THtTBgPAT,NOVEMB,iMfT. 1 A SAfcfPLX aPUCH. 1H roMMaal Candidate Oats la HlsWasw VIM Cram 'gssheres- teaather at tha various comity Mrs this year had on ex hibition, la addition to the anal assortment at horse-trots, prise babies, three-oard moata a aad other agricultural product of this rant starpangled nation, the polltleal can eadaM and his remarks. A condensed report of tha average speech of the last-named exhibit la appended. ' Gentlemen, agriculturists' and brother: I am prond to apeak to you to-day, proud to have tha opportunity of addressing the men who feed ua all 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. — 3 November 1887

m. ..' -fii' j.. j m, ESSd 35-. wm ri B3f.-i tJKtfi T-ii. , MUM Iwt KtM' L??t &, t?. -:..' , . ., ,'' ., - .... .- J.ww,, ,,.:, .. .-.-, -- ,.;?. w.,,. .i.-L ff "m '"! "l.J J ,.'( .,' .... .... ' liU..:?'" ' " - - - -..-.-- - i . ''.' '" - " - ' --i. ,- v. " ' t "" v "...- ' . ,..... . , ,'.. f ' . ' s . . . iv' :. i -j, krw- . . 4.',.ki i. !. bi1!' ' '.,'' i';i Sa2J&:' 'ffitts- spjss&aaRntKsaaesa aRannattuKssuK. - : j2!ss!fcti5.A r,lyRiipEra ESassa&SSil . f li UJB ruillCTI nun lOTUrBnarrows mil. ijui. ni auian, un mini nn mutual Inn ,.. ' ADM enlna Tnll. -. - .-- - UH OH mi WMWIUHI lOBMIMiaini, WaWaWAL'-aH in a l-ar -aMnflW.' Wa-aaT.,.. am anaaawajaa) aaagaw,irnaai ,? fc rTi The VhlrA rrin'Avar fhn fW,r. ,1? The'eobwlie' swing on the crannied ral a 1 he sun sins in through the door;, '. ' The great millstone haUgs Idly there, H .'And the brook as it trickles by . k 4ves hafipy lattghtothe sunlit air, zr ".And a smile to the far-off sky. t H Springs aijd.lt leap the'...

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. — 3 November 1887

. A. - fXf rt tvi l Wr 'k !U-. P i k X rp.A 1' T HV I " .1 Wii hfcfc v (I The News-Herald. a .i . i .aw . i i 0 jffcsjytf llUk, W. Mala It NOVKKBI3B8, 1887, FATTEHN F1M2I3. ImMMM with tig. WTlLT. IS vreateet M ktin m MkU I of a TbU at lwarUlSe,M awn) U -WMkklMf MMMNK fnMIMtfMlin Sin MWtfiallaW.alluiDK It Mn mfeMMpkMMtto!NmM4 ears caair, will iraw aa to as et Uw kMWM patterae W ! IIMIIJ m 3Mroy3ncssxi xo. ? eat for im4 MlUlat .II.MTfCt. WIMt1 Kelt rtrirrlay is stock Mile day. ttetaiar iboritrtly meelthf of "Our City bads" next Monday night. I will pay 70 cents for good wheat At Model CltyMllU. Jamm T. McGotwt. Foa;lia ThornKh Brad Short Horn Bull Calve. B. R. Warr, Dalle, O. Mijhl A. Nalton spent a few daya of last 'week' at Cincinnati) the guest of her mother. "One never tires of hearing Mr. Bon sail," says a reporter. "The cry is still for more." Mrs. I. L. Mahan and daughters leave to-day (Thursday) for their home in St. Paul, Minn. On Tuesday night of last week the residence of M...

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. — 3 November 1887

?M-i m i Itf hi K& KJ wn. tik . w FQ ! Ii., I'P r jV Si ii "it &L J " it wTm, .. - 'trrv X'l.ti- '-' ,-w.Mi '.i-1- THE PEOPLE'S PABTTr WHAr THE RemiLICAN lAHTY HAS DONE FOR ALL CLASSES. fciaa,Mat I-reouUtl.n or Bom rest Kit , their1 aad rrmaal Xat.atl.na the i Grand Party of the Popl. The following U from Governor Fora ker's speech at Cleveland, O., October 17: . "I'rrant now tn Axnrnu tnv m-Mfla. ftil tibsL not slmnlv that we hntilil ham. thl j'-'rofcgnlflcent outpouring of Republicans uere row cve.un r, out niso that I should sea hero to-night, at I wiw to-day In the processlou that escorted me from the depot to the hotel, nil elassel, all ages, all condition of society so fully repre sented. Applause. I om glad to see tlpld men here, the bald-headed fel lows who voted (or Fremont and Uaeola (laughter and applause, Md the hand somely kept up the Hok when they Toted for Grant and Bares and Garfield, and all the other illustrious men who hare represented Republicanism in the...

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