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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

t 1. 1 V tt l$r -U r ,f r . u 11 II h-Cfii m m 1 it p W i i fc:3 f- ' Pi, :! EH I! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, omo CURRENT TOPICS. Missouri hat a ilttlo tlobt of $17,000,000. TnKiu: nro 0,000 Ulfloront postago stamps extant. It is tho overworked boiler that causes many nccldonts. JJOHrAio lire -underwriters dlscrlnj'aatp against natur&1gns. - - -- l T. Uarvum unnouncosthatho is oat o the circus business for Rood. Tub Kodcrnl census ot 18S0 is just finish' ed, nt a cosfof nearly $0,000,000. The secret orders throughout tho "Unltod Btatos nro snld to number over 200. Clbvklaxd carried St. Joseph, JIo., by 10 maiorltv this voar and by 11 in 1SS4. Tim rumor that tho Canadian l'aciflc -nilroad is to run into Chicago is con Armed. A Laxsinr (Mich.) woman has tbo iword that Kthan Allen carried at Tlcon doroga. LuviCP. JIonTO.V mado a fortuno in tho dry-goods trado bofoio be bocamo a bunker. A co.NTEMroitAiiY says lawyers are noted for losing their paUouco. Mow about doctors? Fiiksno, Cal...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

tLm t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. AN EPIC-CURE. A Dinner Kplriodo. -Affntn wo meat; my tanpptnoss 1 am not tstila to oxpross, I'll bot tlio remnants of a crown That oheoso tho prottloJt clrl In town. Potator ton girls In n row And buo will ttiko tho calto, I know. Sho looks so rorv chlo-Uon smnrt, Indeed, 1 fool quite faint at tart. A man could scour tho untrorsa And fall tomato band with hers. t novcr saucor-ullan eyes With hcr's to viand seem so wise. "When I look up I sometimes sco Her castor lovoly glance on me. Too wafflo Is it, for Just now I caught hor oyo sho hungor brow. Such wondrows InQuonco hash she, I hardly can drink oup my tea. If sho woro mine I'd notdossert Or grieve her with a Jollies heart. I'd waiter least command, and dlo Ocef-foro I'd cause one little sigh. I would prcservo tho precious prize, And pralso syrup unto the sklos. To speak to her I'd dearly lovo, An' knlfo a notion to, right off. Smear caso of desperation, thougn; I'll dlnnor oar, so hero's sago...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

v i irV f P 1 M v Iri H KI x I v hi I E1 1 a" I' i St ? til; 9 yj W p. i y.f . ' 5 B 3 KM I! LJ : f HE OHIO -DEMOCRAT. a. CW.BBEHM. A.. H. "Wilson, - - - I'roprletot Editor. SATURDAY, DEO 8 Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. "How to Hvo on ten cetitsatluy," is the heading of an article In a protectionist organ. Now, this h all wrong. Noono wants to Hvo on ten cents a day, and the mere discussion of the problem has a suggestlveness that is not in keep ing with tlio anti-u)pctIon promises of the organs. What the working- men want is i!tvo dollars and a half a day and roast heef," and by the Great Horn Spoon they'll have it or they'll look further into this "prof option" business. Live on ton cents a day liko a Chinaman I Go Mr. Coleman, the Republican mepiher-elect from flip Second Pistrlctof Louisana to the Fifty flrst Congress has been heard from. He says ho '.'favors the highest kind of protection on sugar and rice." Northern Republicans who have led to bel...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

A i hf 5PAfa paper oea to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. ED. L. WILSON, City Editor. Vlntnn I D. Thurnoss miulo a cnll Inst week. John Smith was la Columbus Monday. Dr. Mansflold was In Athens Monday. Geo. Tonnyhlll was In Nclson vlllo on Thursday. Will Wilson Is clerking for Col. P. F. Rempel. The Commissioners wore in session this week. R. E. Hamblin, of Athens was In Logan Sunday. Jas Alltop, of Lancaster, was 'in Logan on Tuesday. Ned McManigal, of Columbus was in Logan Tuesday. Miss Carrie Sleckman is visit ing in McArthur this week. William Bussart of Beuna Vista called on us on Thursday. Tony Barleon with his brass buttons was in Logan on Thurs day. The Columbus Press is now issuing a morning and evening edition. Just take a look at our divorce notices and then say marriage is a failure. Our business houses have com menced to tako on their holiday attire. Ed Sanderson of the Columbus College was .down to attend the "Queen of Fame." Mih-s Lula...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

-f I H ? t K' L turn 'a 1J" . ! a ME IE. It Deplores tlio Surplus and Trusts as Products of A Review of tlie Varions DcDartmenls of tlie Government, Tlio Flshorios Quoation is in UuBtitlafaotcry Condition. nn Tim Snckvlllo Went KpWnito Tom lied Upon Tlio Iniltiin Question, lVinlon, mill Our 1'orclRn ltrlntloiis Pretty Thoroughly lllicuwtcil. such rovlilon steadier emplojment, cheapor lie President's meS'nge delivered to Con-crc-i on tho Id. contains ovci twenty thou sand words. The following Is a synopsis of the itocunicnts So Hit Co'ijrett of,lht Cult it Matu: Asjou nsscmhlo for tho dtsclurRC of tho duties voulinvc assumed ufi tho representa tives of u freo und generous people, j our meet It's Is marked by nn lmprC3blvo Incident. With tho expiration of the present session of tlie Congress tho llrst century of our constitutional existence as a Nation will bo completed. Our Mirvlv.il forono hundred cars is not suftlclcnt to assure u that wo nnloiiRcr haw dangers to 1 ear In tho maint...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

A P. wwnrwwii nw ffmtiimniJwm tf 4 I MISCELLANEOUS. Tho lnrgost theater In tho now opera houso In Paris. It covers nearly ncnrly threo acres of ground. Its cubic! mans, 4,287,000 foot. It cost 63, 000,000 frnncs. Tho naino of tho Whlto Houso Is derived from tho fact of tho Virginia frcostono of which It la built, being painted whlto to conceal tho discolora tion caused by smoko and weather. It Is rolnlod that a Stockton, Cnl., consumptive callod upon a local under taker and offered td shako dlco with him for a coflln. Tho astonished un dertaker accoptod tho offer and lost. Marrlngo must bo a fnlluro among tho Russian peasantry. Upon a con vict ship convoying women only to Sagallon sovonty-flvo per cent, of the prisoners had boon convicted of killing their husbands. A Jersey City Sunday-school super intendent has organized a brass band in connection with tho sorvlccs of his school, and it has proved a drawing attraction to ovorybody except the citizens in tho neighborhood. A Summervi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

Ft n 4 toUrr" ' .lis" -nwi ! ' v.A&w-t:WK'mtl'nmmm&lvm, ! :, rg r,,t, Wl" TI4, f TT tf- '4MtoiVlftttr 7tmW&'itymt&Hr ' "T-t, - & THE OHIO DEMOCRAT i T The Ohio Democ v vy wv w vrt w xr v tr LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. J THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. S More News for Less Money.) ; -1M Kinds of Job Prinllnu Done ' at LOWEST Pit WES. VOL. III. NO. 26. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1888. TERMS, 81.50 PER YFAR. JLL . JL i. i . ! t ? THE PE0PLES, BANK OF LOO AN, Cash Capital, 850,000.00. I . .jpoposits s secured ,. by. .Individual . ,tTODbllu5.of5vte," Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general banklnt; business. Foreign DrnflB nml Steamship Tickets for snlo nt low-CBtrates. OFFICE, Itooni No. , Opera House. IjAWKknci: A. Cui.vr.it, President. GKonai: W. Pui.i.kn, Vlre 1'resl. Ukuurn 1). Cur.vr.it, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Qco Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John ValUer, President. Chas. E. Jiowen, Cashier, Docs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

h 98 il A l',X i h T 5' k & t. 1 i' H I ftl fHE OHIO DEMOCRAT. fcOGAN. OfflO CURRENT TOPICS. "TiaEn-SKiN is n fashlonablo fur this wln tr. V-1,M inn Gorrnnn Etnporor is nlcknnmod "tbe Bantam of Borlln." rnr.siDK.NT-Et.ECT Harrison's fnvorlW cxcrclsu is that of walking. IUno Ilinsn, of Vienna, bns glvon 18,000,000 to Jovvlsh schools. Pink pnrtios for Infants nro said to bo tho Intost novolty In Chicago. A wnnnr-oo-noDND has ueon setup in an old church building In Louisiana. TtlK Italian Sonato has just dofontod 1)111 granting woman suITrngo In Home, There Is ono thing that Is seldom found In tho soup," That is tbo church social wystor. TOSTMAbTEll GENERAL DICKINSON, TO- commends tbo abolition of tho franking prlviloge. . , , A woman of Huntington, Ct., who Is only thtrty-ftvoyouis of age, has had nine husbands. , ... , The lato Emperor William Is cicdltcd with saving 12,000,000 out of his public allowance Fon tho first tlmo in four years Rich mond, Va., willhaio a Republican dall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

4 THE OHIO DEE90GBAT. LOGAN. OHIO. IT COULD NOT HAPPEN NOW. Ere country ways had turned to strcot, And Ions oro wo woro born, A lad and lass would clmnco to mcot, And ottcn sho'd nogloot her task, Tho willows bowed to nudgo tho brook, Tho cowslips noddod gay, And ho would look nnd sho would look, And both would look awny. Yet each and this Is so absurd Would dream about tho other, And sho would novcr breathe a word To that good damo, her mother. Our girls arc wiser now, 'Twas very quaint, 'twas very strange, Mxtrcmely strange, you must allow. Dear mo 1 how modes nnd customs chnngo J It could not happen now. Next day that Idle, naughty lass j Would ro-nrrango her hair, . And pondor long boforo tho glass Which bow sho ought to wear; And seldom caro tochnt, And mnko hor mother frown, and ask: "Why do you blush llko tliatt" And now sho'd haunt with footstops slow That mead with cowslips yellow, Down which sho'd mot a weok ago Thut stupid, staring follow. Our girls aro wiser now. Twascry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

t yaffilCTBMWIffHMilMlPatfaCTJiMt miiifn mw.pnf m l'i' !" Ml .T '4 . f H i k THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Q, W. BREHM. A.. H. 'Vyilaon, Ptoprlot.01 - Editor. SATURDAY, DIDO 1888 Entered at the Post-office at Logan jis Second-elans mailer. Tin: Democratic clubs of Ohio nro vory generally continuing their .organizations. Wayni: County Democrats will celebrate St. Jackson's day at "Wooster. HAjHir.T says : "There is a di vinity, that shapes our ends." It may bo so, but .whtit nn awful dull ax he must use. Tirr.nn is a disposition on the part of many Republicans to con cede that the Democratic position on th9 tarill'is the correct one. The g. o. p. however hup tied Its own hands and can give tho people no relief. Ex-CASinnit Hopkins of Fidelity Hank fame is asking tho President for a pardon, that ho may be per mitted to die among the members of his family. Hopkins is reported in a dying condition from a combi nation of kidney and liver diseases. AVu call the attention of Demo crats, generally, to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

52 '9P" ?.rt "JlllWL 1LX9 COLL I IT S I 1 0 0 i3 mm n ,t Grand Holiday Opening In nil departments. Our matchless displny of loll(lny novolllos nro plnccd on snlo Fancy Notions, Mirrors, l'lush Goods nnil Hronzcs. ThlB month our stock must- bo re duced. Wo must unload boforo our annual inventory in Jnnunry. There is a general feeling that Christmas Presents this yonr must bo something sub stantial and useful. Whntcouldbo better than something out of our immense stock of Dry Goods. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL news; DRESS GOODS. Sweeping reductions In our Dross Good1), 10 pieces Colored Henrietta 22o worth 80c per yard. 10 pieces Colored Cnslimero 10 and 12c worth 20 c per yard. 10 pieces cloths 20c per ynrd, worth Rjc. J.nlest simile'.! In nil wool Cloths at 83 o per ynrd worth 45 51 Inch Cloths only Mo worth 75 Bargains. In Black Cashmeres, Henriettas, Silks, Flushes, Velvets, etc. Dress Trimmings In Drnlds, Pnsmontrlcs. Cords and Gir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

f 1 n i. MISCELLANEOUS. An oxporlmont rcoonlly mndo In Scotlnnd proves that tho tortelso can walk a mllo In four hours. Itls said thntnflrls standing In Iho Knnich Valloy, Novndn, which menu ures flfty-olghl feot in circumference eovon feot from tho ground. A South Carolina man attempted to pawn a horse, and was mirprtaod whon "his undo" told him that ho didn't llkn socurltlos thai could walk nwny. A Michigan man, indigglugti well, struck a vein of water which ho thought contained mlnoral proportion, and was disgusted to find that ho lmd tapped iv sower. Tho five great continental powers of Kuroponow luvvo 12,000,000 men un der arms, not to mention tho naval nrinumonts, almost doulilo in slzo Iho wholo sea fighting fore of Iho world twenty years ago. Tho citizens of Dijon boast that bnvo tho oldeat poplar in Vranee, but just how old it is no ono knows. It is 122 feot high, forty-tlvo foot la circum fcronco at tho baso. and twenty-threo foot in circumference fifteen foot from tho bns...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

1 k L ; i X V W SCOFFING AT MARRIAGE. A Senalblo Article on Onnofthe Ilurnlng juration of tlio Driy. The unscomly discussion which n a cortain class of nownpapoi's havo boon making n conspicuous fonturo In tholr columns of Into of tho question, "Is marritigo a fulluro?" Is Hlmply n fresh brooking out of tho old nnil nau seous nodal malmly of "froo lovo." It is jvmar.lng that any editor who has clthor nny regard or tho roputablllty of his journal or any respect for tho welfare of society should countcnanco tho dis cussion of so gravo a themo In tho rccklosa and flippant stylo and raannc In which It is trentod by tho class of shallow aud iuconoclnstia writers who, in their anxiety to air tholr Immoral sophistications, delight to exhibit tholr oontempt for thoso things and institu tions which reasonable and good men deem too sacred to bo assailable. Tho man or woman who sorlously risks tho question "Is innrriugo a fail uro?" Is obviously disqualified, by n lack of olther virtuous or pr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 December 1888

1 'wir .' ' ' ' ' ' I J" f U,-W,J,....H... ,, HI ill. I. a lH.m. IIIIIHIHIIW M1IIIILIIJUUIJ'WII WWMMWMIWWUyMJgM VJkr II 'ftvi 4JU$ Vj7" TUB DO0TOH. TnE COASTING PARTY. Lat winter, soon nfler the first fall of 9mw, tlio tluollttlo lllnBO of "Wlicatuold aiinn linen... t.tti. t l.3 IH1VJI iV. unusual comuiotton. A iiow family Jmd re moved to tlio bilck liouso near tlio com mon n family from tlio cn)ltal city of Concord, and tlio fptnulo mem icrs of . - 11.!. nntun nttltltT tin. 4)- unit ntiiiu iii.j --. Z .loved lu constiug. Mr. Boll's wkolo housvliold practiced tho rccrontlmi. fioii Uttlo fi-yonr-old Nolllo up to Mr. .Tbnn'liun licit, Ii. And as tlio Hells were rli h, and supposed to bo fash loimli'o It lm.ioovcd pviry individual Jn Svheniwpld I9 fi How tholr illustrious ox tunplo. and liiount, not tlio wiugod l'ognsus, but a -anil-sled. otitis and old, without distinction, took flyliiR trlpt down thostcop hills) on thQ mow. over tlio Icy lowlands, and ncros ho glitierhg breast of tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

ft T -(, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT I f x "" f TT ""X JOB OFFICE I H R W H I ( ) All Kinds of Jab Prln1h)uJ)(ic ML JL Jt M J , JL J3L JL - LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, j More News for Less Money,? l at LOWEST PRICES. ttiAAAAAAAAAAAAAAn.AH AAAAAAAA I. .lllll.l.lP... I . ,. .1 . -I .-, .T,. lt.IIWI.li . VOL. in, KQ, 27. LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. TElttIS,$i.50 PER YEAH. 4 I Y .r THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capitol,' - - $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Foar Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general bnnklni business. Foreign Droits nnd Steamship Tickets for sale nt low cut rates. OFFICE, Room No. 6, fyicra House. liAWRBNCK A. CUI.VElt, President. Keuiibn I). Cuj.vmt. G'nshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Eco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. How en, Cashier. 3)oesn Konertil bnnklnE business, receives poslts, discounts paper, and buys nnd sells kclmngc. BANK In centr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

i oino. CURRENT TOPICS. DuniNO last month thoro wns $22,000,000 tatd out In pensions. A son of Sir .Tamos Hannon Is tho crock oarsman of Cambridgo. TnK valuo of Quoon Victoria's plato Is aid to bo nbout $2,500,000. TnE pooplo of Southorn California want Jto havo tholr Stato divided. Tuky havo arrested a man In Philadel phia for stealing curbstones. "IV. B. Tascoti Is In greater domandtban -nny other criminal In tho world. Tni consumption of raisins In tho Unltod States Is about 63,000,000 pounds. The Into Kphralm Lovln, of London, bo (lueathod 1,600 to Jewish charities. An English sea captain reports Booing recently a wave slxty-flv foot high. Bchfalo Bill has bce raised to thi. dignity of Goneral of Nebraska militia. Amas In Franco has Imported a car load of sorghum cano sood from Sterling, Kns. The proposod combination of railroads into a groat railroad trust has been aban ionod. IUnnv McCarthy, author of "Tho Bon nie Bluo Flag," Is sick and In need in Cat- fornia. Senator John Sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

H 'II ' THREE CHRISTMAS SCENES. I LAUfSHINO mnlil, with golden wnvci or lmlr CileniiViiB llko sunset mid Mornvlnn sltlos, Her hrond, smooth brow limn mliost snow moro fair, Tho blue of hnpplness Inhordnnomaoycs Itomps with hor young companions hero to night, Cny youths nndmnltls who swiftly como and go In tho rudo hnlt, that blnzco with tho light Rcflootod by tho yulo log s sonorous glow. A Yulo-tldo fcstlvnt nnd sho lis nucon Tho rnstlo daughter of a sturdy race, Who owes her irwny to hor entrancing mlon, And holds It by tho beauty of her fneo. And so tho tldo of joy awakes and swolls, In glad abandonment of eager mirth, Till dawn bursts forth, nnd all tho pealing bells Snluto tho day that gave tho Saviour birth. Anothor Christmas Evo comes stealing down And vanishes. Tho night Is nlraost spont; JjvThc stars blink faintly o cr tho sleoplnj town In token of tho morrow's merriment. Yet sco? Ilnlf-hlddon In tho shadows fluori, Down by tho little rustlo wlclcol gate, A .watchor stands ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

F1 "f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, c O.W S3C BEEHM. Y.'H. Wilson., r Pfoprlotci Editor. SATURDAY, DEJ 1888 Entered at the Post-office at Logan rOi Second-class matter. A SLKnriNO coach on thp lit. Cent ral P.. R. caught pre Mondny nifrlit lust. The occupants narrowly escaped. SEftATOH Itiddoburger, of Va., is keeping thu Scnnto in n lively mood, Jle paid his respects to In gulls in vigorous Rtylc. Tut? trlnl of Allen O, Meyers for jjtssjstjng in forging thu Jtully sheets in Columbus, is in progress nt Lon don, and is causing bu little ex citement. - - -I T . The Niekelplate has repudiated the pool passenger rate for the Holidays ud will parry passen gerp at the rate of one fare for round trip. Pb.James Scott, the author and chnrnpjon of the Scott Liquor law, died at his home in Lebanon on on Sunday and was burled Tuesday. Ho was among the most aged members of the (ten. Assembly of which he was a member. Bro Puiisell, of the Republi can Gazette, warns everybody in an articleflf a column and a ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

I , - 1. btteh mtmuttttmttsttnmtixt eanBBSG2g&)2& COLL I IT S & M 0 0 biueg ill I Grand Holiday Opening In nil departments. Our matchless display or Molldny novelties nro placed on salu Fancy Notions, Mirrors, Plush Goods nnil llroiiECB. This month our stock must bo re duced. We must unload before our annual Inventory In January. There Is a general feeling that Christmas Presents this year must be something sub stantial and useful. Whnteouldbe better than something out of our Immense stock of Dry Gortds. HOW WOULD SOMETHING IN THIS LIST DO FOR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT. DRESS GOODS. WOOLENS. Wo can quoto you tho right prices on tho above Plain red all wool Flannels 15c per yd. Plain Gray Mixed Flannels 12c per yd. HANDKERCHIEFS. You never saw such a stock. Handker chiefs everywhero nnd In hundreds of stjles, from ono cent to t o dollars. Ladles Hcm-Stltched Linen Handkerchiefs Ladles Embroidered and Scolloped Handker chiefs. Ladles nnd Chlldrcns Silk Handker chiefs. Gents Line...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

nje. l'V! 'twn af ! 1 OIIIG THE PILGRIMAGE. T.one yenrt ro tho Ucrt of a Idnft Wv carried In (date, Ilka n royal Ihliur, To tho Holy band, whom ho longed lo bci. IHd living doMrps round hi dead hoart cling; And could thoy be katlnflod bo! Hovr tr.inso H nronn that klnni in their prido llitvo lived thwarted lives 111:0 ours, nnd Intro died Willi tho thine that they longed lo do undone, Till, unconnuercd, Boma from the grnve hato cried For their hearts to be carried ont Vol never a king had such a staltc .a I, In tho journoy I lonii lo malto To a laud, al.is, where 1 may not ko ; Hut my heart must Imj carried Micro or brcalt, Whothcr living or dead, I know. fomo, yollow-Ualrod little boy of mlno; Jot mo 8eo your faco, where jour young hones uhlnc. You're loving, my darling, and strong and truo ; You'll journey, while t vainly long nndnlno, So my heart I will send with jou. Vor I yearn to follow your llfo, my sweet ; 'Tir a long hard way for jour caficr feet. And 7 can go only a little...

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