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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

I ? M? f3' V M "lllSW'ttffg'yT' yvfftflt V 'f f l t p Tf 1 j' - r Miss Magglo Bull Ih at Detroit, Michigan, on n visit. Several parties at tho Cincin nati Exposition thin weok. Mrs. Dr. Illhhnrd has returned from a. throo weeks visit among rolntivcH. Tho docorntlons on tho busi ness buildings nro cluboruto and beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. John nutchins Martcd last Saturday for a visit to their old homo in Maine. Itov. D. 0. Thomas, tho now minister at this place, will preach 4ii tho M. E. Church, Sunday. Wo this week glvo tho test questions used by tho examiners of Athens county, Sep. 11, 168G. A.D. Houston and family start ed for Now York city on Wednes day, Intending to mako that placo Ihclr futuro home. Mr. Fred Strock and lady, re turned from their wedding tour Thursday evening. Tho boys gavo thorn a cordial reception. Misses Maggie and Lizzlo Am bruster in company with their undo F. F. Rempol are visiting Cincinnati and tho Exposition this week. As wo go to press the Reunion is in s...

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. — 2 October 1886

fcV'j l.rWfftiiMfMi5Ki4; WBmmi:mMmmmiMm;mrimmmmmmMmm 7; V '.'J. -yrr.-5-J V r -, a UguMk&Hl :. i pi. is V yl' FOtlEIGN GOSGIP. Tim standing armies of Europo cost annually 5800.OuO.000. Mine, l'ttttt has glvon $7,00 to llio Swansea Hospital. Slio mail" the money '. two concerts. Tho town of Vonlon, in Gorninny, has just eolobrnted tlio ono thousand ono hundredth nimlvnrsary of thu com plotlon of its cathedral. ltoconl oxporhnants mailo I11 Pavla, ttaly, show that swallows tlyon an aver ago'at tlio rnto of olghly-sovon mllca pof hour. Tlio first herring caught oaoli year IT tho coast of Holland belong to tho King, us tho first English Ntnrgcon bo longs to Queen Victoria. Tho consusjusttnkon in Paris gives nomo curious statistics. It shows that tho city contains ono married woman of fourteen, llirco widowers of. cigiiicon and two widows of sixteen. A cannon has just bcon turned off t Sir William Armstrong's factory which Is forty-four fool long, slxtcon and a half Inc'hos in diamet...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

-mmmmmrMmm imi .j - w it " v r .y 'fifftyiiyxf J-Bvn 1 "-? l-ir va '' i'''' " IMS) M (VK I I vV V HOW HAIR GROWS. Its Color Reprinting on (ho Amount ol Air Contained In Hie llnlr-Mtnft, At birth, almost tlio onttro sitrfnco of tho body is cover with lino, Roft lmirs. Those fnll off and aro ropinccd by others smaller nnd weaker than tlio first ones, excopt ovor tho Hcnlp, tho eyebrows and tbo oyolnshcs. Later on in lifo in soma situations tho hairs bceomo grcntly de veloped, especially those of tlio beard of man, and about tlio entrances of tho noso and cars in advanced life. The hairs, ltko tlio nails, are simply special modifications of the skin; mado up of the same materials and, ltko It, subject to many discuses. The skin Is mndo up of cells which are at first dooply situated, soft and spongy In structure, but as they are pushed up toward tho surface by the continued formation of now one?, become hard and horny. In most situa tions tho cells of tho skin proper b6 como loosened, a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

,ia.'7.,T,,.- l'(i"t "i ' - VrW-.W,f r - ' Fwfw Nj wimmiiiiwiwuiiHiwuiiniiiiii jii.i wwmiicwjuiHmwiiMiwHimiiiii'minii imwm'nwuu iiu.tiij'tiiiMMiijiiMifw.lKi)iii4iiiii''ii'ii....ui.iuiLiijjiiiiMUJj.u.i mum iuMnnii'riimiMi.'iiililunn.wiiiMiL arMimmMrvmMnii nfrnMWi VTlfili& ft Varm Notes. f'CoiiHhuit change of slock gives you no ottnorttnmy to realize the full value of any brood, however goon. Prudent fsirmlnir never pinches preparation of laud for the need, be cause Hint in tho outcome is lessen ed production. There iliu few products of llio ,fiirm that hnvo kept so nenr full .prices us eggs through the long .period of depression. See that there are furrows plowed tin your Hems ho that the water can escape freely. This applies espec ially to the wheat and berry-Holds. Horses that work on dusty high ways or fluids reciove much bune- hflt from occasional washing, even sertihoing with soap, an operation hoaslly and expeditiously perormed. ' Do you know that the soil In (hat part of y...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

c J. The Ohio Democrat. a . VOL.1. NO. 15. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 0. 1886. V TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. i 'X THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, $00,000.00. Deposits Bccurcd by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doc n Rf nernl lmnklup IiiihIiiosb. Foreign Drafts mid Steamship Tickets fur kaIc nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Ilonsc. LAwnp.coi: A. Cw.vkii, President. UbukubjW. I'ui.len, Vice 1'rcKt. llEUnr.N V. CUJ.vnii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John WaVcer, President. Chan. E.Bowcti, Canhlev. Does a general blinking business, received deposits, discounts paper, and buys mid Hells Exohange. s-UANK In central mom In the James Mock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Rttornsy-at-Law and Notary Public, City Bntldln? Lognn, O. Olleetloim of Claims, Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, U'asrs, Contracts, Deeds, W Ills, MrMmnic'n Mens, ic, drawn mid acknowl edged. Partition or Ln...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

;-TC..v.rn,ra't.; yy.i5fffjfv. :TT;?Tf -yw 1 VHbl' -1 ""':" ', B ; S Tw 1 TTST The Ohio Democrat. I11IE1IM & WHITE, l'utillahcr. LOGAN. : OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Ant nioro earthquakes In sight, Mr. Wiggins? Tm:nn la aomo talk of establishing a Chi bcso theater In Now York. The colored voto In this country num bora nbout 1,000,000 ballots. Ot.ADSTOsi: bus but thrco flngors on the loft hand, tho forefinger boing gone. Haiitm:v Cami-iikix. tho Insulin play wright, Imagines tbnt ho is Shakespeare. A riKCR of land was sold tho othor dny In London at tho rato of 810,000,000 por aero. John Uatton, author of Oood-by, Swoot heart, Oood-by, dlod In England a fowdays "go. The 20th bas como and gone, yot this staid old earth of ours rovolvos on Its axis bb usual. Philadelphia as well as Boston Is vigor ously agitating tho quostlou of elovated railroads. Each pollcoman In Fargo, D. T., carrlei n gold-beaded eano. Tbrco of them woa! tail silk bats. Tun now ono dollar sllvor cortlflcatos art Rai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

I y t lii. VF'V The Ohio Democrat nnF.Hlt & WHITE, Publisher. LOOAtt, ! s OHIO. LONELY. Wio foiir-roam' boy nboyo till blooks WntnliM III on'tla as It rock, With wfinilerlnit uyon fooli only Tho too loud tlckliiit of tlio illicit Stmts nt mi unoxpoctod knock. jnd wldo.eyod, palp, Ills mothur (treats, Whom nt tlio npon door lio moots. Ifo throws hlmii'ir Into hor iirms, jnil tolls licr nil his vtitun nlitrms, With "Oh I 1 wns so lonely I" Tlio dreary tnornlntr bronks nunln, And with It wakes n bitter (mm, Thnt llnnorlnu Hlrop dnlli'd only; Tlio wlfo wlmmi lionrt lies with tlio dead, Kclticlnnt MftH her houvy licnd, Poos tlio now diy look coldly In Whllo nlin Its Innrnnv tntmt lintrln Must pnss nKntn tlio hopnlois round, 1'or many a your nil JoyleRS found. Hor llfo Is loft so lonolv? Tlio old mnn loans upon his cano, And soon his llfo ro by ngnln, Now trembling, snd nnd lonolv; Ills strength Is spout, liU eyes nro dim, And not a soul to euro for film Is loft ot nil Ills kith nnd k...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

JUv- "" iMMtwhnAwto , ?HE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BREHM & WHITE, Proprietors A. H. "Wilson, , - - Editor. SATURDAY, OCT. - !J 1880. Democratic; Stuto Ticket. Secretary of State JOHN Moi$UIl)E, Stark Co. Supremo Judge. M. D. FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supreme Court J. W.C11U1KSHANK, Miami Co. Coin, of Common Schools L. D. BltOWN, Butler Co. Member of Hoard of Public Worky LOUIS ludwig. Cuyahoga Co. Member of Congre&u, J03inII II. OUTHWA1TE, Of Fwinkljji County. For Circuit Court Judge. W. II. SAFFOltD. Of Rosa Co. For Common Please Judge. SILAS II. WRIGHT. Pcmoc:it?c County Ticket. Auditor. WM. M. BOWKN: Treasurer, ,fOIIN NOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID O'HARE, Commissioner. HENRY TRI MMER. Infirmary Director. PJIILIP'IIANSEL. Lrr us have another enne. Can't we have a Dutchman skinned this time. Till: Sovereign Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. will meet in Columbus next year. It is about time now for Gov. Foraker to take the affidavit of an other convict. On what a beautiful Gov. we have, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

mnv i w wTffriiwMiiM jjtiWftTiwwtwtwiif nmnnwti imnw'tiw wwhjw JtMKMnnilWMiWMiiW Mi L y at THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. John Donovan Is sick. . Mrs. A. Mngoon la seriously 111. Main Stroot Is receiving a heavy coat of gravel. Miss Alice Donno Is visiting at Galllpolls. Josoph lioohcstorSon. is nblo to bo nhout again. Will Frasch was In Columbus eoveral days this week. The M. E. Church parsonage Is undergoing repairs. Postmaster. Rose roturncd from tho Exposition last night. John Shivoly lias removed from Pt. Pleasant to Logan. John F. White (our John) is in Chicago-tills week On business. Miss Lizzie Klcnlo has rotum ed from a visit at Pt. Pleasant. Jack Denton of Pt. Pleasant, W. Va. is in the city this week. Fred Rochestor and Ed Donl van spent Sunday lastin Lancaster. E. M. West was at New Lex ington .Thursday and Friday on business. Dr. D. Finney "did" Cincinnati nnd tho Exposition from Saturday to Tuesday. Read tho Advertisement, in nn other coulumn of THE OHIO DEM OCRAT for the Campaign...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

tarn "iTgttast Wsrr-T,, -l1 ,.i.?yv' rr-- VaV-5ffi? y-.v. jjffi wminrrthnf1 i 1 . ,.... v. I, .. ....-,,.. ,f . .-Triti 1 iju. ii ni( iilmux . ' jytrJ' kjtts srssr -wr,yi,if .it -nr.- t, ilMiiww.;w;WM'a.niwU,vfrt.t'fi;lt- i tn """"1i'in1l,r,il,.w,rtV,IM ha. lu.'i1 ,"L"r " Ui Mui.MWmMb4 IBU21 '. v. WHOLE SKINS. I'lirnkpr I'tiniRpr) Outttilo nnd tnnldo the IVtilii'iitlitry, Hn.nelihcd nnd I.stlit Out Ar.ldiiilti liy AicumcI Ili.oninlMln The Tun 1)( "til Convlcta, McCoy unit Sinter. Governor Forakcr's speech on Friday evening at tlio Metropolitan Opera house, wns as slartllngly original and ns courageously reck lew as his tinlqun upeclal message to the Logislaturo on the subject of taxation. Governor For- akor has an original mind and is pos sessed of Mexican political audacity. Tho Governor, It can bo safely said, will never sncritlco or forego a partisan opportunity to secure public tranquility. Ho rovels in the sensational, and dra matically colors oven insignificant trl llca, which...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

A v- r t FOREIGN GOSSIP. Wlion tlio nortoil of doup mourn ing la over English womoti wear gruy gloves. Russia Is said to bo Increasing In population faster than an othor Euro pcan country. Undo Toby's Dicky nird Society for tho protection of song birds now numbers 100,000 Englishmen ns Us members. Thoro nro 200.000 Italian sottlors In tho Argentine Republic, 82,00.0 In Hrn- kII, 40,000 In uruguay, and G.000 In Mexico. Whllo woolon materials, with texts from anclont Persian and Araolo manu scripts, embroidered In red wool, aro tho latest novelty in Paris. It Is proposed to placo a marblo medallion of largo slo in Ihopoot's cor ner of Westminster Abboy, as a memo rial to Sir Walter Scott Tho me dallion is to cost 1&7. Military ballooning has now ranched such a slago in Germany that under ofllccrs aro beinjf trained In balloon steering. Two sergeants havo just !ccn awarded cortillcatcs attesting tho r olllcieiicy In this art. Miss SuRnn IJrueo and Miss Mary Ann Hnicc, two sisters, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 October 1886

tvttttt" Jjj i&miii V V I m0mr ' ' .'!"' l' 'w" 'V'1 'j f ".a' w ?f SvstSff&Scnr P??vt''fwr',?fw, VV J"V' i . . ,-, ,v, ,i , , , ' i mm' tmwi.nntiii tii.iiii milm ''am'iiiv. t ,n iTiulrn'iffllf'Hrrri I" il i 'ir)Ti,fcf ff 'I'lftliiimif I iinnri'itu i i ' 'i i -'n i 'r mi ; :u1'-4" - ,' ji. tmimiiitui& EPS m.'U mmiwMwww ii.l nm.Lyifnjg.a.L'lji'lni'iPtlwi u.mmiirTiTjEyir.wi Farm Notes. In operating tl a t ry the food Is returned in tlio niillc, hutter, grow th of stock and in it mi re. Tho grad ual lncrotiflo of fortuity of tho land from dairying Is tho source of wealth, liven it tho dairyman rondo no run! profit otherwise, he would hecoino richer, ns tho crops Would ho larger and the farm more valuable, The ago of a cow has much to do with hor value as a milker. A cow with her first calf never milks as well as with her third or fourth one nnd for a dairy animal, as a rule, is unprofitable. For this reason care should bo taken in buying cows for tho dairy to obtain those w...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

f f , , ( V Ohio Democrat. tlVf .VLtiW,? vol. l fSj5h'B 'S' yiv LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1886. . ' TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. f- . i .r r . j1 Tj4R r - V ( THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAK. ' . Cash Capital, . $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over - Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. . Docs a general bunking business. Foreign Drafts nna Steamship Ticket for salo nt low- 'A "est rates. OFFICE, Room Ko. fi, Opera Honsc. Lawkknck A. Oui.vbh, rresldcnt. UeojioeJW. 1'dw.m, Vlec Prcst. Hf.uukn D. CuiiVcn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gasli Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E.Bowen, Cashier. Does a concrnl banking bitslncs, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells E.ichangn. gm-n I'.fock. ANIC In central room In the James ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, City Building Logan, O. Collections of Claim'', Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, Lfiiic, Contracts, Deed", Wills M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

friiirtlftrHWtoiiris --- ii i." i-f-JiwwmipinniiiMi'ifi i ii iirfrVtMafctfafc-Ti-1- i h- f - , . , '. ? '-- . .i ' . -. ... - . - - i JfcVMWfimiiVP'' iT'f The Ohio Democrat nilGHM & WI11TB, l'ubllshor. LOGAN. : t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. It Ii said tbat BarahBornbardtls getting bald. The heated term bat just begun tu Bul garia. line. Cleveland Is an export with the scedto. New Yomc has twonty-slx first-class theaters. A mushroom farm Is bolng laid out noar Kilos, Mich. PncsMKNT Giievt contradicts tho reports ef his 111 health. Competition has reduced tho faro In Lon don busses to ono penny. IIiwts are loworlng In London at a re suurkablo rate, It Is said. iIahn-stoumino shows are coming to Krief all over tho country. Tin: visit of the Galatea to this country cost Lieutenant Ucnn (10,000. Tiii: newest shirts havo got bacl: to the old plnn of buttoning In front. At a Nowport mushroom hunting party, a. gent fell and ninshed a $350 watch. II. Ciieviikul, tho ono-hundred-year-old Trench...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

The Ohio Democrat. tinEIlM k WlllTK, l'lilillalmr. LOGAN. : OHIO. SOME MOONS. I. Jnt twtwocn tlio. (lurk and daylight, Wtian tlio Blnuiiy tltnu.ls ciiiiid, .Ami tho itnaols fmnn tlio stnr Inning In ihu windows of tliolr linintii llnlilcH nit unil wntch tlio nmr moon llnckhut (rally down tlio Hky, J.liio ii iirotty Koldan mlilt howl, or n er.nllu Hwlnulmt hluht Tlien with (lltiiiiletl iirins uplifted Ana with slilnlns uiitforuyns, They will rcnoh far out to urimp It I'iiII It ImUlly from thn hUIus. Jliiotin will wniio mid Indies xrow olilor, Ako anil Borrow como too noon, 31iii frvsh hopo, mill I link, roturnuig, Shlno with ovary uuby moou. H. In tlio mclnnctioly tllinncm ui mo nnir mooira aiinsuy ukiii, Fopta wnlk ahronil nntl ponder, Llsl'nlng to tho voloo ot nluht. Do they ilronm of futiiro j?Iory? Of a nnmo to Inst for tiyc? Do thoy pi tin n woiulioua poem To bawrlttou out aomo ilny? Jfo ono known, but Into nml wonry roots wnnilor thro' tlin plirht "While tho ill in nn (I drciiry...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

wwwmmm ffiwu; t -'.-,4'! y.i I'.T.'itt.. r-?r ja- : ',-yi :,Mf i - '- Vi " u&FrwrF$ryvff&3i ? IttL. 9 MmaAmmehrmmVUunufiitn. rritrt tfiTbi .muViiTinTHiii jj. n igpiiffTi t ' , mm -. . ; ; i c. .. - - - - HH THE OHIO DEMOCAT. J1REII1I & WHITE, - Proprietor A. H. Wilson, ... Editor. SATUKDAY, OCT. - 10 1880. Democratic Stato Ticket. Secretary of Stato JOHN MeDItlDE. Stnrk Co. Supreme Judge. M. D. FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supremo Court J. W. CRUIKSIIANK, Miami Co. Com. of Common Schools L. D. BROWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIG. Cuyahoga Co. Member of Congress; JOSKPn II. OUTIIWAITE, Of Frnnklin County. For Circuit Court Judge. W. II. SAFFOItD. Qf Eos.? Co. For Common Please Judge, SILAS II. WRIGHT. Deinocatic Comity Ticket. Auditor. WM. M.BOWEN. Treasurer. JOHN NOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID O'HARE, Commissioner, IIEXRYrRIMMER. Jnfirinnry Director, PHILIP HANSEL. Voti: the Democratic ticket on Nov. 2. Ri:MKMHKit$that tho election oc curs on T...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

A . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, local :ct:e3"ws. The leaves begin to full. Tlio population of Logan is 8000. Election two weeks from next Tuesday, "Yog"IIiunor, Is, In Columbus -tills week. Uonj. Wblto began his school' on Monday. Tt will soon bo top cold for tho Salvation Army. John Hnnson Is In Illinois this week on bushiest. Mr.Whltohurst, of Winchester wns in tho city Monday. Itov. J.F. Williams will prench at Nelsonvlllo noxt Sabbath. Outhwalto at tho Court House on tho evening of tho 20 inst. Chas. Keynes of this place, spent last week In Cincinnati. Miss Emma Gear Is tho guest of Miss Ella Vanutta this week. Lon Nail gave a dance Tues day evening, at Hartman's Hall. Several of our citizens attend ed tho fair at Lancaster this week. Main street will soon have pavements from ono end ,to tho other. This dry weather is reported Injurious to tho wheat in some localities. This office is indebted to Miss Delia Myers for tho first chestnuts of tho season. John Donovan, who has been quite ill ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

fiitioatfc.jjrt iimiwmnm'm$mmi.WMM Ir" -' I....H;. wt'tr...li it! '. foil ii "!, "'"j Arm ' if11 i"'?"" " '. t " . t, ' s V T3i7 r' r . '' r 5f'll tC ,i.w.ttEPiMii SM'i1i 'I'1"1 3jJHftJ!lfl Ul'flSljllwllw (UuiiiuMOMkMMimi tJL!tMBft'lllliiLHaN'llIMiaWJP''i"i"llJlji''fcfc")l' wa 4, THE TWO COMMUNISTS. MdlHJo nnd Knrnlcn Quote.! nnd dim pnredTlio OiiTrrnnr Oliiirinlnrifei the Writ Men, Hnnknrn unci runners ot Ohio nil Th I cms atiit lertireri, lion. John Mcllrldo In his speech nt Iltifhtcl. September 10, 188(5, uttorcd tlio following: "Whenever In thoso United States tho nrls tocrotsnrmnerntnentseiuron holil upon tho p! plo, nml beconio tlcnnlnecrlnir nnd dlctntn rlnllti their encroachments upon tlio peoplo mlld tli"iir1uorno of France In thu days prcvlmiH to tlio revnltillon) 1 trust 1 will no tumid In tlio rnnks of tlio people, n Socialist 11 ci it llko, n Communist If yim llkoi liny, unci more, nn Anarchist If you like, to tear them up, i-oot am) liruiioli." Every onc-horso, whlp-sn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

FOREIGN GOSSIP. London Truth mya no party Is now conoidorod comploto without Amcrlcun lftdlos. As many ns n tliousnntl quaklngs of tho oitrth hnvo been folt In ono tiny in Now Zealand Tho year's wheat orop In Great Britain Is estimated at 00,000,000 bushols, from 2,!i8fl,000 acres. A copy of a sormon proachod by John Knox 821 years ago was sold tho otlior day In London for 82,076. Tho Swedish and Danish newspa pers have boon discussing schomes for tho construction of n tunnel botween Denmark and Sweden under tho Sound. Two daughters of tho Prlnco of Wnlos, whoso ages aro sixteen and four teen resyoctlvelv. hnvo mado tho trloy clo famous. Thoy think nothing of making a run of fifty miles in a day. Carlsruho, Germany, has Its Bud donstcok, through whoso cnrelcss oper ations about twenty workmnn wcro klllod tho other dav. Ho niod bad inu- tcrlnl and built so fast that tho walls did -A not hnvo tlmo to dry. Tho ancient city of Damascus is In n prosperous condition. Its trado with foreig...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 October 1886

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