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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

' w-ltfb ,, A I' A & i X t mm t The Ohio Democrat. suit -wttfrA. I, JI VOL. I. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. JULY 10, 1880. NO. 2. - ft ;ti NJk i j P THE PEOPLES' BANR$ or LOOAN, CnHh Capitol, 4150,000.00. Deposits aocuroil ly Individual Liability of.ovor Four Hundred ' Thousand Dollars. TSocsuccnernl biuiklim tinntncss. FnrclKii Hiiirtu nntl Steamship Tickets for sale ut low est intes. OFFICE, Itoom No. 6, Opera House. Lawiiknck A. Cui.vkii, President. UkuiiuuAV. l'tti.i.KN, Vlci l'rest. UlHllIMN J. CUI.VKII, ClIHlllcr. CIIUKCir DIRECTOltY. I'llKHIIVTHIttAN cittntcii, llcv. DllVllI It. Moore, l'uslor. l'reuchlnir every Snlilmlhiit 1U:"J)ii. in. ami 7::10 p. in. Weekly prayer ineellni; Wednesday evening at 7::H) p. in. YnuiiK people's prayer incctlii!; Hnnlmtli even I nie n t (I i:su o'clock. tliiAi!KKi'isci)l'Ai,CjiAri:r..Cor.nfriill)orry mill Hunter, llov .1. M. KcmlrlckJD. 1). of l.'oliiinlniv, Pastor. Services on alternate Vrlday nlKlit. At KTiliintMT Hctsroi'Ai. Ciwiiru, Hev. Oco. V...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

w I'M I AS Iv The Ohio Democrat. nnr.iiM wiutk, publishers, XOGAN, t : ! OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. rnEscorr Kvauts, ft poii of tlio Sen. tor, wns nmong Iho priests ordained by Bishop Totter, of Now York, Iho other day. Tun Having llrothcrs tiro nearly ns rich and powerful as the Rothschilds. It is a half-American house, and keeps S30.000.000 "ready for instantaneous use." The base-ball ninnngcr.s evidently bc llovo in sumptuary legislation. Tho captain of the Chicago team has been forced to pay $110 for tho luxury of Bwcaring at an umpire at Detroit. ' It is said that thoro is not a slnglo heathen to-day in Fiji. Out of tho population of 112,000, no fewer than 102,000 are adherents to tho Protestant Church; tho others belong to tho Itoniam Catholic Church. A luminous cement is now made in England and may bo used for ceilings, at tho ends of bridges, along paths and roads, and wherever tho sunlight may, during tho day, excite tho phosphores cent quality of tho material and mako it glo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

p,VN rj"""jM(i F 4 - 3 . ) 'I ' The Ohio Democrat. BREHM& WHITE, TubUshors. 1"V LOGAN, : : : s OHIO. A WARNING. nit. I lonthe nil hooka. I linto to soo Tho worlil uiul m6n tlirotmli others' cyea) incao genua .. ",U,UHUUU uiiiiiiuii lor in u. bbllni? fellows I ttoaplsoi Tlioy boro mo. I ItflOfl in trv nnil rtiml n ttlt Uut, when I ilia, ii Bloopy tit Citmo o'er mo. Tot lioro I sit with petiBlvolook. Fl IIiir my plpo with irnurnnt londs, Kiiizinu In rnpturo nt n book I trot translation of tlio Odos of Hornco. Tls owned by swuot Elizabeth. And broatliM a Biibtlo. rrazrunt brenth Ol orris. I Igngpd for something that wis hers Toclioermo wlion I'm fooling low; , I saw tills hook of pnltry verso, And nskod to tnko It homo anil ,,, ,, . Sliolontlt. I lovod lior iloon nnd tondcrly, lot daro not toll my love, lost slio Itosont It. I'll loarn to quote a stnnzn lioro, A couplet tlioro. I'm very suro 'Twould aid my stilt could I npneac Au fait In books nnd literature: ,. . . . I'll do It. T...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

en" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. JJLJ.HM & WHITE, A. H. Wilson, PrpprletOM. Editor, )ATUltrAV, - ULY lit, 188(1. II Slilieit " ' i . i ii i - . 7 The Salvation Army will invade Logan, July 17. Whey will stay six inontliH or perhaps longer. Ni: a uia' every Bcpubllcun school teacher (Hit of u Job in Ohio, talks of running for School Commissioner. The Teacher's institute-will con vene August '2 ut Logan ami con tinue i'or two wcekri. Ci. P. Color will be the intructor. Oim subscription list, though large, Is not quite full. Like the proverbial street car, tljere is al ways room for one more, Send in your names. Wi: learn through the Clucinpnti Enquirer Unit Lancaster is to have a new Democratic paper, with John C. TuthiU as editor. If so, it will be woH edited. We wish it success. fTur. output of coal in Hocking county, according to the annual re port of the State Inspector of Minos, was in 1884, o72,G!)4 tons, and in Wi, uT(i,ll tons the greatest increase in tlit State. Tnosi: of our citiz...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

4 wtmwmimmvmmmmim For This Week. SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS For This Week. Tritsch and Stiers, kUtajJNSL, Tritsch and Stiers, An Elegant Lino of ORIENTAL LACES, which, for value, FAR EXCELS ANYTHING Wo lmvo ever onerw!. 20 Pieces India Linen, 12 Olid 14 ctH, per iid, Former Price, 15 and 20 cents. 30 plvccH liomcHtte SnftcciiH, at 20 nieces French SnttoeiiH, 2Bc, formerly 35c. One Lot Black Silk, $100, A 8PKCIAI, IJAMJA1N Lirtge Line of FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS, r atJOciits, Ladles' White & Colo'u Embroidery suits iiiiiiyciiMSOi'iHiciuiT. llnlc of Standard 7 c. Sheetings ,ii 3c. Attractive Lines of WOOL AND WOHSTKI) We have thin -week made a Sweeping Reduction in the prleeH of many goods, too numerous to mention. IS THE TIME !o km Mi ' 1X-2 eta., former price 10 X-ll. JHUUTUTIj pattkkns. Lp, Ohio, BE ffl . K - . tf "" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Lancaster celebrated the 1th. on Monday. Christ Nlll and Frank Lehman of this place, was in Luncastor Mon day. Noah Schwarz and ltob Alex ander started f...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

m LESSONS PROM ENGLAND. Brnrrlary Whitney Avoiding ttin lllitndnr nt Ureiit llrltnln nml 111k Itopnlitlritn I'i-imIciimsiim In AitmlnUtorlng 111 Do jiurliiinnt AIThIm. TI10 lloaoh, Hobcson nml Chandler system, which succeeded so admirably in making our nnvy the scoff of tho world ami In squandering millions of tho people's money, without giving nny equivalent, seems to have boon adopted In England. A storm Is brow ing over the heads of tho admiralty on account of rocont disclosures that the boasted Biltish navy Is not all It Is represented to bo and has an unduo proportion of leaking ships nnd burst ing guns. Some of the fast cruisers, says tho Saturday Ilcvicw, have provcit to bo craft which will go very fast ovor tho inoasurcd milo and then, when they havo been kept at work for a voyage or two, become strained, lose their shape, moro or loss, and become proverbially leaky and certainly com paratively slow. " Perhaps such vessels must needs havo some woakness which renders thorn ll...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

pm&MK f?mzmffi,i .h XLtXTH CONGHESa Flint Session, WAWnnoTON,.1imo 2fl.-SBSAtit.--Mr. neck Jlntifxlncotl n bill rmthorlnlnR tho ro'tmnitor JGwiornl to nppolnt nml removtJ tlilnl-clfiss posnnnstcr, now nppolntcd mid removed by jtlfo l'rcRldont. Mr.Cntndrn tnndo n pergonal -toxrilniintlon Oonylnif R recent publication jeoncornlng him In aonucrtlou with the I'ftyiie Hirlbory ensc. Tho bill to qulot tho titles for settlers on tho DcsMolncs river Inmls ytns pnsted over tho I'ralttent'r Teto 84 to IB. jTho IcKlalnUvn npiironrlnt Ion bill wns titkcn pup nnd cottsMorciii PcutIIiik notion confor tcnoo reports on tho posl-otllco nnd nrmy nr pronrhuton bills woro iwrecd to, nnd ntfliI5 p. tan. tho 8etWLto ndjotimed. IlotiRR, TOio conference, report on tho pen islon nppronrlntlon Villi 'was Agreed to. Tho iffcncnil deficiency bill was iipprnprlntxri, nnd Ithen, In cotntnlttco of Uso whole, tho sundry civil wll 'wns tnkrn 1it. Tho eonforenco re Iporton to post'Oltloo pproprlntlonlilll wns ((...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 July 1886

h?M-j-r.,fc , HW wnrwiiiMlwuiiwn iiiiwjiiiihwwww ouKi-WTiinij, wiiOAirr TIioiii;Ii1h Sntcposf imI 1ySorliif? a Hmii llfiil Knnn Iiik "Wlio cnti look unmoved upon the lciitH'lIn tnotliLM ttiul her little imoV Willi folded hands he listens Jo the teachings of miiiorinil love, mid tlllMl, III ll.-4JIllX itoeonlM, nH'ors child hood's earliest prayer, "Our Fath er." Holy Influence clusters around that hallowed .spot. Far onward in the Journey of life, when the little child become (he man, you will hear lilni tell the story of his mother's fervent prayer Mite, wlii'ii tlin liluhtlV rmirli wiw Hprriut, WouM tiow my liiiiuil mi. And plmc tier lintul upon my licml, Ami, lincclltiK, Viiy Inr nn.1. Amid the gay sports of childhood, the dangerous fascinations of youth, and the engrossing pursuits of man hood, that gentle influence was still Jolt Ami Ifl e'er In lu'iiven nnpcnr, A inntlicr'n holy pniyur, A iniilhcr.t Inind nml Kuntli! Icnr, Tlmt pointed ton Muvlnitrilrnr, IIuvu Itil tliu unmlerc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

-., ((, r --T-t Mr- . The Ohio Democrat. Z,6 ..J YOL. I. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1886. NO. 3- 1 i THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN, Cash Cnnltnl, $50,000.00. .Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thonsand Dollars. Door n pciicrnl bnnklmr biudnrsn. KorclRii Drnftn mill Htcnimdilp Tickets for snle ut low cut rates. OFFICE, ltoom No. 5, Opera House. Lawiikxci: A. ('ur.vr.it, President. (JuuiiUKjW. Pui.min, Vice Prcst. Ui:uiii:n H. Cui.vr.it, Cnahlcr. CHURCH DIRECTORY. l'liKHnvnciUAX Ciiuiirir, How Dnvld It. Moore, Pimtor. PrcncliltiK every Kiibbnthnt 10:'l0 n. in. mid 7::H) p. in. Weekly pruyoi meeting Wednesday cvcnlnir. t ":"" ) " Yoiiiie people's prayer meeting Kublmth evening ut u:30 o'clock. OiiArKKPtncoi'Ai,(jirAi'Kt.,Cor.nrMulbcrry mid Hunter. llov J. M. Kondrlek.U). Il.of (VilumlniH, I'uHtnr. Services on alternate Krlilny night. Mktiiodiht Ei'tHi'oi'AT. Ciruitnr, Itcv. Oeo. W. HiiniB, pastor, .lolm T. HiimlerKon H. H. Superintendent. Hnbbnth NcrvIceH Pr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

'! The Ohio Democrat. P-HEHM A WHITE, PuUJshort, LOGAN, : t i OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tnn Nevada cattlemen tiro Improving Ihclr business byproviillngforlrrlpntlou nnd by cultivating tamo-foildor plants. Ono company has 11 thousand acres of Alfalfa growing, and has a water basin in Elk County holding over eight mil lion gallons of water. Tin: Treasury building has cost al together over 87,000.000, and it U con sidered by tho artists as ono of tho finest buildings in Washington. It is tho largest department under tho gov ernment, and its total salary list amounts to about $3,000,000 a year. A MEMnrjii of Congress is reported to have said to some of his constituents who were sight-seeing in Washington: "Go first to tho Smithsonian Institution, where you will sco all that God ever mado; go thence to tho Patent oflice, whero you will see all that man ever made." m At the earliest celebration of tho glo rious Fourth in Albany, N. Y., in 1787, tho common council resolved: "That; the Corpo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

The Ohio Democrat illlEHSt & WHITE, Publishers, LOOAN, OHIO. TOM. ri, Tom's tlio best follow tlmt ever you knows Jiutllaton to till! Wlion tlio old mill took lire, and tlio flooring foil through, And I with it, holpleas, tlioro, full In my vlow, What do yoa think my oyes saw througn the tiro, Tlmt cront along, crept Along, nlglicr and litctlior, Ilut Ilobln, ray bnfoy.boy, Inttftlilair to seo Tlio shining I llo must imvu como there uttor mn, Toddlod nlnna from tlio eottnno without Any one's mlsslnir him. Tlion whutn shout Olil how 1 shouted: men. "for Heaven's inko, Bnvo little Hoblni" Aunln nnd nsnln They tried, but the Are hold thorn bask llko n wall. I could hear them go at It, nnd at It, nnd call: "Never mind. babv. sit still llko n man. Wo'ro coming to get you us fast as wo can." Thoy could not seo him, but I could; ho sat Still nn n beam, his llttlo straw hat Onrofnlly plucod by his side, and his cyos Stared at the flatno with a baby's surprise, Cntm nnd unconscious, as ne...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

IfWIH IKtIIW tWlJIII 'MIMWWHfBilHll THE "omODEMOGRAT. BREHM & WniTE, Proprlotors. Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1880. l'l'OH. Atty. LoWINIV wiim ill New Lexington Wednesday of this week on legal IiuhIiigmh. Wk publish elsewhere the pro ceedings of council Tuesday. An adjourned meeting will bo hold to-night. Tin: largest pension paid through the Columbus ngency is that paid to the widow of ox-President Gar field, thu amount being $5,000,00 per year. Mit. Mr.r.ov, of the New Lexing ton Herald, was in town on Thurs day but did not tlnd time to call on us. All right John, come, to town often as you please, our gates are open. GujfiniAi. Likiax .should write an additional chapter to his "Great Conspiracy." Republican Gazette. What Great Conspiracy? The ono in existence in Illinois during the early part of 1801 ? Or has John been implicated in some other. Tin: meeting of Democratic Cen tral Committee on Saturday last, was attended by a full delegation. The meeting being hel...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

fWWMTTWWI W l " W wwMwrini jii T NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE BARGAINS Tritsch. and Stiers, Some Sp&cia Fricss for This Week. Tritsch and Stiers. Thoro is nothing you need in Dry OoodH Hint can not bo found on our Coun ters ut a Bargain. Tlio purchasing power of a dol lar was never so great as now. Ono Lot Jeans, 23 cents. Former Price, tlO cents. Tho following prices are away below tho reasons, for them, which aro noth ing worse than short ends. Ladles' Col'r'd Embroidery 1 Lot Ilemnants in WORSTED DRESS GOODS, 5 and 20 c. a yard, Suitable for children's wear JerHcy G-lovew, 25 and 35 c. pair. One-half usual price. Lace Curtains reduced 20 per cent. A Beautiful Lino of Ingrain, Tapestry and Body Brussels Carpets, Suits. 1 Lot at .$!.(!), rormer price, $ 1.50. 1 Lot at 4.2'), formor price, -1.85. 1 Lot at C.50, former price, 7.00. Wc still offer a Standard 4-4 Sheeting at 5c. worth 7. Men's Half-Hose, FIYE CENTS per pair. i.. lb 0, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Z-.OQ-A.Ij JETEWS. Our populati...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

NORTHWEST LOGGERS. Dotrllin l'ltin Logs At o llrmignl to Marker 1'rnm Northern forests. Tlio logger's hnivcst ami moans of jetting his crop from this pineries to market is, perhaps, ns llttlo underlood as any other great Industry of the hmd, Even thoso residing in tlio logging dls IrlctH who nro not engaged in tlio busi ness generally bavo llttlo idea of bow tho plno logs thoy sco floating down tho Mlsslssisslppl, St. Croix, Chlppowa and other rivers leading from tlio pineries nro gathered and rafted. The pineries of tho Nortiiwcst nro located on nnd nbv.:t tho great watershed wiicro tho Mississippi, its tributaries, and tlio trib utaries of Lake Superior (lnd their source. Tho main shed, which divides St. Louis, Llttlo Black and tho other rivers on tho north side from Iho Missis sippi, St. Croix, Chippewa and tlio other rivers on tho south side, has branch sheds extending between tho streams flowing boutli down to their confluence, and be tween tho streams on tho north side clown t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

i IL ,. FOREIGN GOSSIP. Four wives Is tho allowauco to ono man In Turkoy. King Humbert ptiltl from Ills jirl vnto ptirso for tho two hundred thou tand'dollar momuiioiit to Victor Ennui ucl nt Til rim In FVritico Saturday Is nay dny. Sun day Is drinking day, Monday repenting day nml Tuosdny Is suleldo day. Tho French nro tho least mtgrntorr o! nations, the annual averago of emi grants bolng under live thousahd out of a population of tliirty-sovon million. Several French cities oro about to establish permanent free museums for Uio exhibition of samples of foreign manufactures and raw matorlals. It was a Gormnn critic who re marked that "in order to prove tho ab surd Irregularities of English pronun ciation it will sulllco to stato that tho word 13oz is pronounced Dickens." Two members of Parliament lmvo fallen heirs to 2,000 apiece, bequeath ed to them by a lady with whom noitlier had an acquaintance, and who did not even state tho grounds of her apprecia tion. Berlin has abolished th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 July 1886

RANDALL'S USEFUJL313X-TJ3NCE. "The Wing of tlio. Demo cratic Party Will tflnp Tguliu'." The iilmt'l of olio short senltinco upon National all'alrs 1iih been ex emplified inoru (linn once, mid mi ntlicr instance Is right before the public eye. on Thursday, air, Jiitndnll. without mi instant's pro niodltution, uttered llSCIltl'lICO tlml Jiiih already become ii part of histo ry, and which wljl do the Donio rrnts an intieh good us Dr. Hur churd's renowned alliteration. When Mr. Ihmdall mi hi tlitit ''hereafter the wings of the Demo crat le imrty will Hap together," thunders of applause, burst from the Democratic sjde, while the Repub licans .swelled the uproar with good nutured laughter. The phrase spread like wild lire. It was quo ted on the streets, exchanged be tween .Senators and Representa tives and in newspaper oHleos af forded a beading for no less than a hundred editorial articles, and has .become a part of the Democratic ptoek in trade. Tt will dogood ser vice on the stump this...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 July 1886

Wa MJj s '' 1 t The Ohio Democrat. . j VOL. T. NO. 4. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. JULY 24, 1880. mi i,y ritlJWIS, 81.50 PEIl YEAR". THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN. (,'iinh Capital, . . 50,000.00. Deposits secured ly Individual Liability f ovor Four 'Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe ii upiu-nil luinklm: IiiikIiichk. Knrelitn limn, mnl Htemimlilp Ticket lor fiil- nl low est mien. OFFICE, Itoom Xo. ',, Opera House. I.awiikxci: A. Citt.VKii, VresliVnt. UkiiimikjW. roi.i.K.v, Vlro l'ivt. IlKUHKN 1. CUI.VKK, ClllOller. THE FIRST BANK OF TjOOAX, OHIO. Olllco Hiiiim from l)u. m. to :i p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $00,000. 'Toll n Walker, 1' reHUIe.nl. Chan, 11. Jloircn, Cashier. Dock ii t-'ciiiTiil 1 uml; I lit: ltnlnei, nit'lviw ilcpiHN, iMtouiiH pner, iinil liiiys mill cell K.M-lllltl!!e. HANK 111 lentrnl room In the .lumen llloek ATTOBNEYS. O. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, City HulliHitg Logim, O. ('(illcrtldiimif ClnlniH, Notes nml Arriiiiulx, Mnrt;i!-'i'i Ien.ei, 1,'ontnietM, DeeilM, W...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 July 1886

M I H The Ohio Democrat iinniut & witnr., Publishers, l.OUAN, onto. CURRENT TOPICS. Ou.iroiiNlA fnrmors lnsuro tliolr crops. The population of Minneapolis Is now OTorUV.SOO. Hanciiopt has 4,000 roso bushes In his Nowpoit Gordon. Onions from Kg-pt tiro boingsold In tho streets of llostou. Tun Fourth of July will notcomoon Sun Mnyngnlu until 1SU7. Aliiany, N. Y., Is tbo oldest town In tho old thirteen colonies,. 1 Tiieiik Is ono horso to overy six Inhabi tants in this country. Tun now Prohibition lnw Is closing up the lilg hotels In Rhode island. Tiioxms Dimni:, of ltrlghton, Mich., (mapped a rib by sneezing too robustly. A deposit of genuine mcorehnuni has liecn found on tho beach near Vnipiina, Oregon. Tut: vein of Iron oro discovered nt No gnu nee, Mich., turns out to bu 1WJ feet in thickness. Ciiot.r.iu seems to bnvo found the condi tions favornblo for a widespread harvest of death In Italy. Lat year 270,000,000 stamped envelops woro sold by tho Government. They woio worth $5,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 July 1886

The Ohio Democrat. nnr.iiM & wiiiti:, publishers, !.()(! AN. OHIO. CHORD AND DISCORD. .As blue us ti slirtid of tlio dappled sky, With ilnllcmu fitia mi fold, . lint Hpti ill of nmoka rnsu cutting lilgli O'er Mm eoltiu-o, mid colled mill rullpit -And fitslunpil iny giiii us I wandered by, lili tho ohlirm of n aiucu untold. The woods woro vlvlil, wltli Juno's, lush KfOCII, ., 1 ., 'I'hu (ink mid tlio maple mnilc, r , "With the tns'l9 of miiiiiIiui' pines hetwoon, Anil Urn willows nlong tlio glade, .Anil t lie briildlngot syonmitro's pallid mIiocii, A liiltiui of slilnu mid shade. J ripple of water (iilntlv Hilled Whctntispnikluof Unlit fell fn!r: ,. , "Jim scent of tlio now. mown meadow Illicit Cncli wnfe of tlio ilowy iilr: -And thu winnowing gurglo of liluu birds i-tlllCil Thu too of tlio dove's despair.' TI ho symphony -woven of nluht nmt sound, Alluucd to tlio porfect iliiy, Came homo to my minxes Intel-wound With merriment clour mid guy! Hut under u bank with swcot-lirlor ct...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 July 1886

M twnwn'M mtimtm ( WIWWWIWIJ wa jiiiri smm wuiitiJiiHiinwinu nnnmnMCMH THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BREHM & WHITE, ' rtoptletori. A. H.'Wilson, - - - Editor. .SATURDAY, - JULY 21, 18811. "Vi: acknowledge) the receipt of n copy or tliu Stubonvltlo Daily Her ald, or July 17th, tliroiiffh this court esy of Mr. It. S. WoltsMslI, of Httirr, containing tho report of the Hum mer session of tho "Ohio Institute of Mining Engineers." Many In teresting papers were read on im portant topics, from which wo will make extracts next week. Mr. Weitzoll Is Secretary of the As sociation, und one among the best and most careful civil engineers In the Sin to. Not H'ullt That Wny. AVliat such men as Logan and Evarts could find in Payne torccon I'llo tltuni to sacrifice the friendship and Interests of their good friends in Ohio, is more than wo can un derstand. Jiep. uazctte. We suggest that perhaps Logan and Evitrta arc not seeking tljo warm friendship of men who en dorse the revolutionary action of the Hob Ke...

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