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   Delphos Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1869, Delphos, Ohio                                AlUn. fait WtH, fo lUllwiy I .ml after Not. JMb, 19W, Trains will Ittrt on clJllr, (Sundayt lollowi u'n li at 5.3S r. learcu iy gg' UK ntUUurgh isr K-itvei daily OOJKQ i I Arr hort 1.66AM 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 EXT'88 EXl-'SS IXf'IS 646AM 8 W 10X1 11 15 12 ism li 40 1 M 4 40 8 00AM 8V3S 743 9 05 1 10 18 11 59 13 53PM 1 44 4 30 085 9 45AM 10 63 12 45PM 1 35 22 8 42 3 19 300 6 00 8 90 6 53 8 01 91-, _ 10 SI 10 00AM 1259 ISO 303 447 CuO iisrx 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 3SC 4 44 8 00 7SO 9 50 OOINO EAST. 1 7 51 00AM 27 38 00 HH 13 AM jini 40 ,'ppsi 25 5 10 5 10 46 13 ratline j 05PM U "i 01 37 it 58 13 "A 03 i 05 Gen F. JR. MTERS. Passenger and Ticket Ageut mcinnatti A Hamilton .Railroad Trmlni leave ma fMtewi OOINO NORTH. Cincinnati accocnodat'i A ipreas Freight arrives v Mail pai ton A Cincinnati! Accomodation Jolcflo arriTei lUcai Fi eight Express Freight V. S. SMITH, 11 45p m 1 10.1 m 8 45p m. 3 in. 2.13p.tn. 8.16a.m. S OOp.m 10 55p m. 9 35.i m 8 4Up m 1 40p m, V 20p.m. WOKE W BK1HIKT If, TTORVEY AT LAW, w.llattend k all Legal business entrusted to his care in IhcOnuts of Allen, Van Wcrt and adjoining coun- 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, TTORXEY AT LAW and Notary Public, tHl- phos. Ohio, will promptly attend to all BCSS entrusted to bis cure. (nl-ly) C. C. MARSH AM., rfSTICE OF THE PEACE, Bounty and Claim J Vzont Office Jewelry Store.Del- Ohio tlAKEb KKttKK. tguttr tn Sankruptcy CALVIN e BRICE V. S. Corn. y. 0 __________BJHtOE. TTORFEYS AT LAW and Solicitors In Bank- ruptcy, will practice in the State and United Office-Ashton's Block. Lima. O il attention eiTen to collection of dcbU la North-western Ohio. (nl-yl> JOHN K. RICHIE, A TTOKFET AT LAW, Xima, OWo A second door isoutb of the Court JUonse Will at his offlce during hourt, ready t" ittentl to all btismcss entrusted to his care Also Sour- Public (nl-ly) LAMISOX ft BAI.LAED, A TTOliXEY AT LAW, Lima. Ohio A. Holmes Store, will pronpt- y sttenrt to all entrufted to Prac- tce in Allen and adjoining conntiw (nl-ly) JBKOWJf JOHSSOX, TTORXEYS AT LAW. Lima, Ohio. Will at tend promptly to all Legal btMlneu entrcst- their cure -cial attention riren to the of orth-westcrn Onio. (nl-ly) A TTonNKYS AT LAW. Lima, Ohio, will prac- A tice in the of Allen and Van counties, and the United Sttrtea Special attention paid to cmtcs m BmutrtiptcT AS0 SCWSECHC. tfelpbos. spcctfullv tenders to public Office and residence, conrar tad Main and Washington streets. JVJ-1 H. P. WAG5MER, M. ____S ASD SttRGEON. JL rcnxxttullr tenders his professional tuthc public., Wmftt aoa Ste. VOL. 1. OHIO, THUBflDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1869. NO. 33. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of OMu. CAPITAL AUTHORIZED. oo 10000 00, 00, L O RoxftVCK, T WBOCKLAOJt, j M. C MABILS, p P K Among tbe Weitlthleit Loans TO DEPOSITORS Time and Sight Billt of Exchange. Drafts, payable in all partsof his and European 'ASSAGB TICKETS TO AND FBOMTHE OLD COUNTBIES. otrr m THE RAIN. Sprinkle! ruin! shower I right down Millie Warner's tasteful little hat and graceful unprotected by thin shawl, notwithstanding the bc- .eeching 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 g.ik- mid rtrcnt up the flower-boarded path to the louse and knocked for Nobody answered, and as another peal of thunder was heard, accompanied by tt vivid flash of lighyiinjr, Millie enter- ed took m at 1V glance the tlio room bhe ame sciuaro e Ifejltry ehn1 ch i tOii n jje. book-case filled with books aqd sheet WQstc; cor- icr, the vase of faded Hie ftiftrtfchts Wtiiei '-rttieW ns 10 one there, but she Jiojird :i child's voice In'the i-bom, knocked. A" dtfrk--eycd girl of iefl or etaycd j cai s ;l there. Witltthe easeand of one much older, Uic placed a chair and Recelrw Deposlte payable on demand, paying in- terest therefor at the rate of four per cent per annum. Buy and sells Gold, SOrer, Coupons, Uacarrent Money, United State, County and Town Bonds, Rrrenue Stamps, etc. Icnock. It will be along time before he shower you miWf May with Us to dinner. It will ready by he time Ben comes; but that will not ci'ov "JEs dinnie'll be weddy whciin Ben Jispedand- laughed tbo. littic of three years. name was flet- y, Stnres. br a liberal ronrse. to the BanV.tny business this Ticini c Of t Capital O r! J Jr.. tni.M Ltt, 1. W. AJBBL, m. P., PttTSICtAS'. Scxt door North of T. opposite tbc Catholic Chimb RV0OLPJ PHTSIUAJf AJiO SCBGBOX. Delpfcw. O.. tenders bis MIVIOH M Mic. First Main (1-ly) ftitijtrf. DK. I. r. TICK. cn.aG O wcni wairaawB. Ort.M-01. acooxr s: g> T. Hong. RelS 3 w r T It. C C. Jfw fe, el Vr Iradtng or in- JunwT of THE OIBL WITH Tit K CAIICO A Ibr your Will) vtffveU uni Their and rubles A.ml their milliner Ugnrcs and incto Thev may ihlue tt a 01 bull. Eiiiblaconed With half tliuv But give In place ol Oum nil, My f Irl with the calico di Sbe in plump u a parti idge. and fair At the rote In IU earliest liloora, Her teeth with Ivorj coWpuir. Ana Iiwr breath with the cluvvi pel fume; HcrBtun Is nrec and ns llKliI' An the fawn'i whom the liunu-n hard And her eye an to 11 mid us Ight, My jjlil with the calico dicss She WAra-heailcd aud true. And is kind to her liitlicr nnd mother, She studies how much she i an do For hunwMt little sister nixl I If vou want a companion for life, To i-omfort onllrcn 19 lust the richt sort ol wife, My girl withtne calico out in HOIHO vuy? true, would such a II this story imtn ho likely )0 marry a poor gill? For Alillio AVarnor was really un h'oircss in it unall way. She AMIS hole inliurilor of u Miiitll un- oncumhiTcd fsitm from her father, five thoiiMind dollars in hank Mod.. lUiltlie lurni hundred miles south ol'thih tow n. here was visit- ing n COIIMII in her us tshc had al- w uj o helped her mother she ut home cnpuhlo, industi 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 intliieiitial man. and the could not fifloiil. rcnson, to lose hi-. Cm or. She remembered il nil IIUAV. Could he in mtlitj be btich u sfdlmdied She could better about the; truth of the Mory when had seen lien. Two or three, en- quiries had amomiled to The children "poke just as if even bod? must kivoAV who Ben uus. he nn undo, cousin, hired man. or what i- dcntly sornebodj vci j old, by the Ilcttv ('him. Hut slio jred her as she looked out at the pom iiifr ruin. Young lien out in the field pitching1 np the last hiiv on the loud. leaned his pitehfoik aonhist a tree, took off his straw hat to cool his moist fore- head. Jlis followed the hay cm t, the broad lands, mid hero- turned. "The hay all -rone in, ''he "aid, with a breath of leliel. "I could not aflbid to lose even one loud now; I don't know that 1 can do it but il 1 It will can sell pcit 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 Mirpiiso ae he saw an open window some one at the table, uilh bare to (lie elbow, mixing floui. It must be Mm tha. "NTo those lair, white arms are no neither hers 1hc eful fio-iu'e. he came nearer, he the piquant fhfc. Pho was laiighiiifr and Isilkiiifr with Tlotty; and idontly givinjr her Ihe dirr-clions for what she was nink- incr. lleftv upon her. cap-i unl absorbed "Littjo luva was sitting at the table in lirr high chair, working at a picoc of dough. "A tato for Ben." It b'ar-kas her liilh- soiled lingers, imild make it; but it did ;iot occiii to Eva f 1i.it thai ifcely." He puts it for me nnd-1 see o he does notjallpw -me-t-o lift ofl Celtics, for will- burn, or fccald lam laigc enouafh ,o I like to have cvcrj tl.iiiir aidy forinui wlucTi lie M tiied nd hungry. I can't make biscuit T wish I could, lor Ben likes them eVcrso my ch r bu t o Cp s in to niake brcirdTor" us, says'sHe 'will teach x little Eva whcuH.etty was out of v 1 liav'e will TVe is ftotno mudder the ittle dne_hsped: d iccl'y waVtned and work a? you get din- icr. nits, dinner ready in a very short Hetty was delighted. Ben would be- ad. Might she look on and learn how Mjllie was young, and gay, and she and the children became cry well acquainted over the bi-ciril. She said present 13% 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 tak- ng it np.w The dinner seemed very to iUle Hetty, as she ran the items in icr mind, potatoes. pork. bi'-ctiiUi. butter, cucumbers, milk, nnd She had wanted to make tra for hrr vis- tor, but she declined decidedly. The joor child said, apologetically When father and mother were silivo we used to have a good many for dinner, and Marl ha, our hired girl. used to ret them all: bwf T _ _ _ ty fsijrht in that long desolate homo and he stood there, nncoiiMoiis of the poui- incr lain, caprcrly wririiiar at the ranker. a pictuie of manly beauty, till the voice of one of the citlliiifr Lo__tlwJ him Irom reverie. By and by there was a uttering ol water heard in Ihcnexl room 4V has running hastily foi- ward and the dooi "Ben c< hoed the little giil. clapping both and lieinnr, he came inT, bright and smiling, what she had ill lor him, 1 is made a tat lor'oo, He   made her welcome, wilh a of sclf-pos- when there rap at I lie door. Hetty went to the door, came back pale, and whispeied to Bcii Squire Millie drew hack from the half-open- ed door. Ben went to his clos- ing the, door after him, but every word was distinctly hcaad by Millie, for I Squirr did not ?ptak in a tone she tras to her him. hut lond I am in yoiinir mnn to thit for pay- ment of the nionc-y dnf me being d.i> ittrr fo-mnrrotr. and if it not j I -hall be fo iimncdiatrly report a mortgage on our farm, and that villain t I romcnibor 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 proper- tv. If there IN tiny jiifilk'O in law you hlnill bo oxpoird I" In the menntimo you had better have the money coolly and insulting- ly iv mm ked M'r. Johns. "Tlmt is impossible as you You knew very well that I could not so much money in o laid yvur diabolical Thf n van know the consequences'." And M hut will become of my young sisters T' "I m-ilhcr knuw nor caro. That is oui look out.1' The man strovt1 to repreHS bin JuhiiK, bv the 2btii I from Squire for he i-n TOJV in. lo If aMf to pay H. bird man  fdw, "That is (nKc! 'i-tr! villain! and jou it. "You never showed mercy in jour life. You hnvcMOii pourillgotlcn tobbiii" tin- witlow and the fiilhei I'-Rg. If jou take thih probcrly, iiiny it hn'ng j ou a curse It, j on dastanllj" srountlrel The bqniro was a ruiall man as well as a great coward, and bile he was be- ing ignoniiiiiously ejected horn the house hj the angry and young man, Hetty cronchod down clowe to JU'lie. jialc and fiightened. Eva woe bobbing in hfr hip, nnd wod' be difllrult to describe her Dun did not come into the room for i-oiiie. time alteru aid. When lie did. he looked haggard and ngcd.und wns nig hastily "through, us if to no- tice, when Millie, business-like, nnd and straight-forward little gill thatahe wan. began. Mr. llazcwcll, ]L want   Millie her- self. The next morning, accompanied by a neighbor, he called on Squire "lie was at the servant, said. light broke in Squire Johns co'd giey'eyc as he hcuid who was the visitor. "How dare he come? J warrant, though, the chap quite GO highand mighty as he was the last time 1 haw him. "Humble enough this morning. 1 will hold out hopes of njcicy until he grovels nnd J'fgs my low as he laid me, and then I'll be rc- To-morrow this splendid (firm added to my other property, and the po of Millie Warnei's hand and foitune will make tnc a h and man. I will tauntalis'e him to his h rail's content: 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 3f 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. Sqtiitc Johns was compelled to yield (he mortgage, and execute the usual rc- Tlicrc was no of the violent i to which the Squire u-ivc free when thcnrxl evening he drove to StanilordV looked happy queer little face, as she the It that he com- parlor alone, five, iru. fifteen Slill more omin- tb.Tf diMnril Still could binlly be- lie heard aright to his ij.ive ft prompt. DO." He unred ftlyta winftre, liuvitkm. Kacto lubwhiurnt liiMirtloH, eolMift, and fHlltorlAl or lloiul Piti-h A LUnril In a IhuTroy lork) 17} On the of Oclobor grove, n young man 10 of ago, while potatoes on tlio ftirni ,of lulher, Mr. JoluiMiicwovc, In the town 'ofHInck Mrook, Clinton County, attacked with scvei'e pftiM in Ills stoionch (UK! Aiidhdpfd 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 Hve weeks, but wan, liowcvcr, rontrolInbJo by finodync treatment Until the Olh of November, when the fnrtlicr control by same treatment. On tlic lOtli ol' November, tbc Attending physician sen I for U. Connnt Sawyer, of A usable Forks, for counsel. The fhru'nutcr of Ibo pain ipUHmodio, iiIK! during the pnroxvsmu wit ciftling. Upon consultation the dor-ton pronounced'it, though wltK considera- ble hesitancy, u cfiMe of ncuritlgjfl. A Mngiilnr feature cane being, Hint whenever the puinlcfl, tho putictit was entirely free from pflin and soreness. The physicians ordered larger doses ophites, which soon relieved, but did not entirely remove Ihc pain. The following niomSiitf in tlio 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 oyci nnd mouth plainly to bo ROCK, with one Icjr attached to tho body. Soon after Hi rev "P nnolhor letf. similar to the one attached to the reptile. The condition of'tho patient in nmch improved, na one would naturally suppose lie would be, lifter having nourished n for fto long a time., mid that, too, when for eight coii- cuvtillvedayH during the time he Him- self relushed nil nourishment. It np- poarw that JnJunp lust, vounffMungrove wns in the forest with Air. Allen Perry and Mr. Blisli, and being thirsty- left them lor a drink of water, find returned, faying ho had swallowed A Ev- er since 'hat. time it must hftvo remnin- in his stom.'ic'h until ulr.o caused tbc HymploniB of ncurnlgia to be muni- fenced. Tho reptile mnv be Hf-cn at- tho office of Dr. Fuller of lllack Brook. A prtvafo in one of tho rcfflmente at cried out, during the hottest part of Ihr action i "Och, murder, i'm kilt 1" "'Arc >on Inquii'od an officer near him. "Wounded, is It, Vet replied (he gullalit Emcrirtdcr; be jabdrs, I'm worse than Rrilletl, out und out; w.isn't I wailing for the last quirtcr of an Hour for a pull at Jim Murphy's poip, and there, it's shot out of hfs_raouth I" firm. Hr At SA3IE BATEtf rou you money to in there for heard il all: answer reserved and laid atray for the jpor'int 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, tiiumph S fcflinjr she had rend and heard so much iicve there about. Ibnt wasn't capable of love. A CUTK wcc brought before one of the .Glasgow bailies, who, alter after reading him a lecture asked, "Where did.you learn so much Do you ken the pump in Glassford re- plied the bailie. then, do AOU ken the pump in wns the reply. "Wcel, then, you may gang there and pump as long as you like, lor I'm hanged if you pump me." AFTKR THE me, Laura, why that sadness? Tell why that look of care? Why fled that look of gladness that thy face was m out to wear? 'tis useless to dissemble; well my facemny wear a frown, for I've lost my largest hairpin and myjcliiguon'a coining dowii Two colored gentlemen playing! bil- liards in Dc-tioit quarreled. One hit tbc other a tremendous blow over tho head with the butt cud of a cue. which made the splinleis fly, whereupon the availed daikcy stopped to'remark: Now, Sam, stop, and less us reason 'dia ycrc 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 raxjifc inured." "What difference did that make? "Why, I never did have anything me by which I conld nuke money An Inndian landlady remar- ked to newly arrived guest: "You never such a happy lot of people we had here jcsteidav. There were thirteen couples of cm." "Whatl thir- teen couples married no, touples divorced." That's prcity good, for Indiana. has your got "CJot what, child "Certainly but why do you MK flrit "Oh, noihiiig: only I heard tlrtt your tongue running from morning till Indianapolis haa a councilman trho delivered himself of the following -pccoh Any Judge who would is- <-uo an order that of Judge Hints' iackasfl." Forgeding him- little'farther on, I ana pcci of A jolly fellow who resided In 50 about four J efta whi'.c on orn Ti--iJ rns .isltcd how M ilkm r out By said he, a rcflcdioo, "I httol-.y it." Bnt liked bqnirr as Wfl'. if not than i-t- tixirjif the aw'ver, ho Squire rode a distsflro out j of way, six Months after, to avojd nn7 party just "'2? (-1 and Ji' wbi' roii.e TICS'" w.sl ou sauch eir,   

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