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Delphos Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1869, Delphos, Ohio AlUn fait WtH fo I ml after Not JMb Trains will on li at r iy gg UK isr daily i I Arr hort 3 10 0 00 0 13 7 10 1 17 800 895 Jl 00 1110 n 40 1244 t 90 2 37 S 06 4 30 5 11 8 03 656 H 48 10.20 8 W 11 15 12 ism li 40 1 M 4 40 8 743 9 05 1 10 18 11 59 13 1 44 4 30 085 9 10 63 12 1 35 22 8 42 3 19 300 6 00 8 90 6 53 8 01 10 SI 10 1259 ISO 303 447 CuO 390 608 a oo 705 788 8 OS 9 40 10 10 10 10 43 11 15 11 43 12 MAM 946 I 00 3 W 4 44 8 00 9 50 EAST 1 7 51 27 38 00 HH 13 AM jini 40 25 5 10 5 10 46 13 ratline j U i 01 37 it 58 13 A 03 i 05 Gen F JR Passenger and Ticket Ageut A Hamilton Railroad leave ma NORTH Cincinnati A Freight arrives v Mail pai ton A Accomodation Fi eight Express Freight V S SMITH 11 m 1 10.1 m 8 m 3 in S 10 m 9 m 8 m 1 m V WOKE W If AT LAW k all Legal business entrusted to his care in of Allen Van and adjoining Special attention Riven to the collection of settlement of Estates drawing of Deeds Wills and other legal papers Hunt's Drug Store Delphos O K HARTSHORN AT LAW and Notary Public phos Ohio will promptly attend to all BCSS entrusted to bis cure C C MARSH AM OF THE PEACE Bounty and Claim J Office Jewelry Ohio tn CALVIN e BRICE V S Corn y 0 AT LAW and Solicitors In will practice in the State and United Block Lima O il attention eiTen to collection of la Ohio JOHN K RICHIE A AT LAW OWo A second door of the Court Will at his during hourt ready t to all entrusted to his care Also Public ft A AT LAW Lima Ohio A Holmes Store will y to all to in Allen and adjoining AT LAW Lima Ohio Will at tend promptly to all Legal their cure attention riren to the of A AT LAW Lima Ohio will A tice in the of Allen and Van counties and the United Special attention paid to m tenders to public Office and residence conrar tad Main and Washington streets H P M ASD JL tenders his professional public aoa Ste VOL 1 OHIO DECEMBER 16 1869 NO 33 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of OMu CAPITAL AUTHORIZED oo 10000 00 00 L O T j M C p P K Among tbe Loans TO DEPOSITORS Time and Sight Billt of Exchange Drafts payable in all his and European TICKETS TO AND OLD m THE RAIN shower I right down Millie Warner's tasteful little hat and graceful unprotected by thin shawl notwithstanding the glance of the prettied pair of black hazel eyes that ever looked up to a cloud in that way When Millie came to a while farmhouse she very gladly and rather just then there was u heavy cal of the mid up the path to the louse and knocked for Nobody answered and as another peal of thunder was heard accompanied by tt vivid flash of Millie ed took m at glance the room bhe ame e ch i n jje filled with books sheet cor- icr the vase of faded Hie ns 10 one there but she child's voice knocked A girl of or j cai s l there easeand of one much older Uic placed a chair and payable on demand paying in- terest therefor at the rate of four per cent per annum Buy and sells Gold SOrer Coupons Money United State County and Town Bonds Stamps etc It will be along time before he shower you May with Us to dinner It will ready by he time Ben comes but that will not JEs be weddy Ben laughed tbo of three years name was y br a liberal to the business this c Of t Capital O J Jr 1 W m P door North of T opposite tbc Catholic O tenders bis M Mic First Main DK I r TICK O T Hong RelS 3 w r T It C C fe el Vr or in- of THE WITH Tit K A Ibr your Will uni Their and rubles their milliner and may tt a 01 bull With half But give In place ol Oum nil My f Irl with the calico di Sbe in plump u a parti and fair At the rote In IU earliest Her teeth with Ana breath with the pel fume Is and ns An the whom the hard And her eye an to 11 mid us Ight My with the calico She aud true And is kind to her nnd mother She studies how much she i an do For little sister I If vou want a companion for life To 19 lust the richt sort ol wife My girl calico out in true would such a II this story ho likely 0 marry a poor For was really un in it way She AMIS hole of u un- from her father five dollars in hank Mod hundred miles south tow n here was ing n in her us had w uj o helped her mother she ut home iout little girl that she This story agreed with things that had heard hinted itl hut only and at the next moment UHS smoothed over for Johns a rich nnd man and the could not to lose Cm or She remembered il nil Could he in be u She could better about the truth of the Mory when had seen lien Two or three en- had to The children poke just as if even must who Ben uus he nn undo cousin hired man or what i- vci j old by the him Hut jred her as she looked out at the pom ruin Young lien out in the field np the last on the loud leaned his a tree took off his straw hat to cool his moist fore- head followed the hay cm t the broad lands mid turned The hay all in he aid with a breath of I could not to lose even one loud now I don't know that 1 can do it but il 1 It will can sell of the land I may be a hard pull though The followed the cart in- to the bain The sloi m nasal Us height when he came toward the house Irom the back lie stopped in ae he saw an open window some one at the table bare to lie elbow mixing It must be Mm tha NTo those lair white arms are no neither hers he came nearer he the piquant Pho was and with and her for what she was incr upon her unl absorbed luva was sitting at the table in lirr high chair working at a of dough A tato for Ben It her soiled lingers make it but it did iot to Eva f thai He puts it for me see o he does lift Celtics for burn or lam o I like to have aidy lie M nd hungry I can't make biscuit T wish I could lor Ben likes them my ch r bu t o Cp s in to us will teach x little Eva was out of v 1 will TVe is mudder the ittle d and work you get icr nits dinner ready in a very short Hetty was delighted Ben would be- ad Might she look on and learn how was young and gay and she and the children became cry well acquainted over the She said present trying n potato with fork The potatoes are done I will pour the water off so on to dry That will malce them mealy In a few minutes we will peel them and Jien dinner will all be ready except ng it The dinner seemed very to iUle Hetty as she ran the items in icr mind potatoes pork butter cucumbers milk nnd She had wanted to make tra for hrr tor but she declined decidedly The joor child said apologetically When father and mother were we used to have a good many for dinner and Marl ha our hired girl used to ret them bwf T ty in that long desolate homo and he stood there of the incr lain at the ranker a of manly beauty till the voice of one of the him Irom reverie By and by there was a uttering ol water heard in room has running hastily ward and the dooi Ben hoed the little giil clapping both and he came inT bright and smiling what she had ill lor him 1 is made a tat He her up in his arms and gaVe her ft kiss vhile laughed and shouted but his eyes were Becking the Hetty My Then to lady got in he Ben and is it clears She bus been so kind as to help me get dinner and has made some splendid They both stood mute a minute phe with at the real Ben jonng handsome and well bred he with ad- miration and 41 strange new feeling he could not define had made her welcome wilh a of when there rap at I lie door Hetty went to the door came back pale and to Bcii Squire Millie drew hack from the ed door Ben went to his ing the door after him but every word was distinctly by Millie for I Squirr did not in a tone she tras to her him hut lond I am in mnn to thit for ment of the dnf me being and if it not j I be fo report a mortgage on our farm and that villain t I that you nrc tho lawyer who made out the mortgage at tho time and 1 know that vou have boon aching to get hold of thin tv If there IN tiny in law you bo I In the you had better have the money coolly and ly iv mm ked Johns is impossible as you You knew very well that I could not so much money in o laid diabolical Thf n van know the consequences And M hut will become of my young sisters T I nor caro That is oui look The man to bin bv the I from Squire for he in lo If aMf to pay H bird man he poor and lie You arr wanted our farm 1 min of his own land he wants for lhal Jl i- build 1 heard alt the neighbors though Millie rions ehe had lions and bad certainly given Mo pay this debt I t TunI no good It bo day to-morrow or I will take I might have jou but 01 jour That is and jou it You never showed mercy in jour life You witlow and the If jou take it j ou a curse It j on The was a man as well as a great coward and bile he was be- ing ejected horn the house hj the angry and young man Hetty down clowe to and Eva woe bobbing in hfr hip nnd wod be to describe her Dun did not come into the room for time aid When lie did he looked haggard and nig hastily through us if to no- tice when Millie nnd and little gill wan began Mr want talk j on a few minutes There would be iio in pretending that I haven't what you and Johns have been 1 heard word J think I know of some one who can help on but may 1 ask you a fow Ben at looked displeased and haughty but manner disannul JJc bowed assent What IN the amount ot this mortgage Tuo thousand was the reply What is the total value of the farm My father valued it at there any other I nm quite positive 1 know one who loan jou the money 1 am Millie Cull on me at my Mrs Stanford's Ben's dreams were strangely mixed up that night with mortgages and The next day was along time of arid anxiety and early in the him at the Stanford's n here he was received Millie self The next morning accompanied by a neighbor he called on Squire lie was at the servant said light broke in Squire Johns as he who was the visitor How dare he J warrant though the chap quite GO mighty as he was the last time 1 haw him Humble enough this morning 1 will hold out hopes of until he grovels nnd my low as he laid me and then I'll be To-morrow this splendid firm added to my other property and the po of Millie hand and will make tnc a h and man I will him to his h You arc early this morning young man I conclude I hat you have come to pay the he said ironically That's my replied Ben coolly Squire Johns started back aghast and thunderstruck You don't mean to say you have raised the I do and I have brought r Foster to pi ovc that it is all right There is two thousand dollars We have each it- There is the interest Now I will take up the Squire Fohns Livid and trembling with passion Johns was compelled to yield he mortgage and execute the usual was no of the violent i to which the Squire free when evening he drove to looked happy queer little face as she the It that he com- parlor alone five iru fifteen Slill more Still could be- lie heard aright to his ft prompt DO He unred liiMirtloH and or A LUnril In a lork On the of grove n young man 10 of ago while potatoes on of Mr In the town Clinton County attacked with in Ills to hit room On the 181 li of October lie wtw put under the cure of Fuller of Bluck Brook The puin Continued for four of weeks but wan by treatment Until the Olh of November when the control by same treatment On tlic ol November tbc Attending physician sen I for U Sawyer of A usable Forks for counsel The of Ibo pain during the wit Upon consultation the though ble hesitancy u of A feature cane being Hint whenever the tho was entirely free from and soreness The physicians ordered larger doses ophites which soon relieved but did not entirely remove Ihc pain The following in of the physician at about 8 o'clock tho patient being nauseate threw up a lizard 1 bout three include long the head nuo body being perfect the nnd mouth plainly to bo ROCK with one attached to tho body Soon after Hi rev P similar to the one attached to the reptile The condition patient in improved na one would naturally suppose lie would be lifter having nourished n for fto long a time mid that too when for eight during the time he self nil nourishment It that lust in the forest with Air Allen Perry and Mr and being left them lor a drink of water find returned faying ho had swallowed A er since hat time it must in his until caused tbc of to be fenced Tho reptile mnv be at- tho office of Dr Fuller of Brook A in one of tho at cried out during the hottest part of Ihr action i Och murder i'm kilt 1 Arc an officer near him Wounded is It Vet replied he be I'm worse than out und out I wailing for the last of an Hour for a pull at Jim Murphy's and there it's shot out of I firm Hr At rou you money to in there for heard il answer reserved and laid atray for the and tv time was no Millie 1 a in love with him bnt she had wailed a long In rain for that ecstatic state of S she had rend and heard so much there about wasn't capable of love A wcc brought before one of the Glasgow bailies who alter after reading him a lecture asked Where learn so much Do you ken the pump in Glassford re- plied the bailie then do ken the pump in the reply Wcel then you may gang there and pump as long as you like lor I'm hanged if you pump me THE me Laura why that Tell why that look of care? Why fled that look of gladness that thy face was m out to tis useless to dissemble well my wear a frown for I've lost my largest hairpin and coining Two colored gentlemen liards in quarreled One hit tbc other a tremendous blow over tho head with the butt cud of a cue which made the fly whereupon the availed stopped Now Sam stop and less us reason dia thing a little A Boston editor was at sen throughout the late gale Were you uot dreadfully asked a hidy Oh replied he I had inured What difference did that Why I never did have anything me by which I conld nuke money An landlady ked to newly arrived You never such a happy lot of people we had here There were thirteen couples of cm teen couples married no divorced That's good for Indiana has your got what child Certainly but why do you MK Oh only I heard your tongue running from morning till Indianapolis haa a councilman delivered himself of the following Any Judge who would an order that of Judge Hints Forgeding on I ana pcci of A jolly fellow who resided In 50 about four J efta on orn rns how M r out By said he a I it Bnt liked as Wfl if not than the ho Squire rode a out j of way six Months after to party just -1 and Ji wbi TICS ou sauch eir
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