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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 April 1889

OUlv WASHINGTON. Colobratlon of tho Day That Mado Him Prosldont. V, Graphic I)orrlitl(n nftlici Scour nml Cor oinonlr Attnntlullt Upon Tlillt Occu atoll All Intarcitlnir l'nrtlouof Our Coimtrj'A History. rt'WJ'll V? f .li..wiviniin inu uuiu- '2Ssfrk 1 tfTi Ptnincd nml dusty .... . iv . ,x 1- , ttnmv1 1. - ,!. MjFZXPL'V lunves of history dur "JTN'XV lng rovolutionnry . r w times mid tho birth of our constitutional Govornmont,wo llnd, writes Chnrlos 32. Down in Dcmorost's Monthly, among tlio monioinbla events of thnt critical iiorlod, tho inauguration of Goorgo Washington mm m 'xSSSMfiS. ;rA'v ns tho first President of tho Unltod States. Thismoniontous coro lnony, tlio ono hundredth nnnlvorRary of which will bo eolohrated on April UO, was pel formed on tlio balcony of tho old Fed eral Hall, which stood on tho Blto now ocou pied by tho United States Sub-Treasury, nt Wall nnd Nassau streuts. Now York. In trout of this monetary tcmplo, over looking tho financial center of America, Is tho...

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. — 27 April 1889

orf.iTf,iVTi-T,sTi ririrwcvt jvm?r'i',w" -vfiWiiMtMrffiirwuyMJ vamim&tiatuto wfwwuwiijawijw prrnrwrmM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, t . L . . - fl, Vf. BRBIIM. Proprlotol A.. H.Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH 31), - 1S80 JC)ilcrcdat(tcJ'ast-(lccalLo!tt)i an Si'amd-cldss matter. Comity Announcements. Tho following named persons luivo announced (heir mimes as candidates for tlio several olllccs named and .solid I tlio suppport of ilio Democracy at the Primary Election t.o bo held May -I, ISSi). Representative. JOHN KISTLER, 1IKNUY HANSEL, WJMilAM 1 1'ltlGK V. V. McCRAY. JAMES CI RAFF IS, Auditor. WILLIAM F. UOWEN. .CHARLES W. SCHWI3NKE. NELSON ARMSTRONG, .Sheiitr. WM. J. MeMANIGAL, DANIEL W. WRIGHT. JOSEPH 1IAELEU. PIERCE HRIG11T, ROHT. E. FREY, DAVID KARSHNER, Commissioner. WM. II. WOODRUFF, DAVID WOLF, FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'HAiJE, Coroner. ENOCH U. MARTIN, DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Vast number.- of disappointed parties are returning from .Oklah...

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. — 27 April 1889

rtihfVWWBNWMWWiwHIWlig'WIWyplnm yiL'W IH'H'.fgtWfW4HLHl This paper yoes to press at S o'clock Friday eventny. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, El). Tj. iriLSOX, City Editor, Spring. I wiw a llnsh of nnullKht Foil cm ii downy nest, AV'hcn tlio prcnt rcil mm wiw quivering, HlnkhiR Into (lie went. I ntoppcil o'er n bed of lilnfwonis And pHilced u violet blue; Knroldodclosohi Its petals Tlicrc rMrIciici! a drop of tlcw I lieimtn lender love sour Ar It floated on tlio breer.o; I I wiih only tlie soft wind stRlitng A melody through tha trees. Thero Bounded a gentle footstep, ' There rustled n fliittorlnR wins, I turned, nnd lot In tlio jmtliwiiy Htooil tlio lieiiutlful goddess. HprlliR. Friday was Arbor Day. Main Street has been cleaned. Carl Uuorlmus can't play base ball. Ed Donovan spent Sunday In Lancaster. One week yet remains for tlio candidates. O. W. H. Wright was in Lan caster Monday. Mr. 11. Higglns was in Cincin nati this week. t Yellow fever is again breaking out in the South. Wil...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 April 1889

"T"" r-f rWPG$rvgtgi'i - THE OHIO DEIVIOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO SONG OF THE SEA. toie arne of tlio sen wai on ancient ong In tho ilay when Itio enrth was younKS Scjjn waves were gossiping loinl nnil long Ere mortiils Imil found a tongito; "Siio lionrt of tho waves. with wrath wo9 wrung Or soothed to n slron strain, lAs they Uisscil tho primitive Isles nmonff, Or slept In tho open mnlii. Such was tho done nnil Its chances free, Such was tho song of tho sea. Tho son? of tho sea took n human tono In tho Clays of the coming of man; A niotirnfulcr mo.inlng swelled her moan, Anil llercerhcr riots ran : Bocuu'o that her Mutely voice bogan To spent; of our human wors: 171th ninlo mighty to grasp and span Life's tnlo imd lis phsslon-tlirocs. iJuoh wns tho fcong as it grow to he, Such wns ilin song of the sea. 'Sha song of tho sea wus n hungry sound . As tho human yenrs unrollod; For the notes wcro hoarso with tho doomed and drowned. Or choked with n shipwreck's gold; Till It bvomed no dirge abovo ...

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. — 27 April 1889

mUWJBMWBMCJI SNAP'S INTELLIGENCE. Not Much or n Doc tn Tonic At, nut Ono Tlmt'd Very Binnrt. "Why don't I ontor him In tho doff show?" said tho tramp, kicking a hungry-looking inongrol our that watched him with nu Intolllpront oyo and tried to Hole his luind; "becntiso Ihoy ain't pivlti' no prizes for Iniolll gonco; on'y for good looks, and that ain't Snap's strong point. Is 11, you brutoP" ho added sharply. Tho writer was in doubt whether this query had buon addrossod to him or not until ho saw tho dog fairly grovel in tho dirt at his master's savago lone. "Horot" said tho tramp, (Ishing from out his rags a cracker of tho f roe-lunch counter variety and holding it out to tho dog. Snap approached with one oyo on tho orackor and tho other on his mastor's toe. What was loft of his tail stood up hopefully. Tho tramp bit tho cracker in his own mouth. Down went tho tail between Snap's legs. Tho trump bit off hp.lf tho cracker and hold out tho rest to tho dog. Up went tho tall ugaln. Gott...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 April 1889

-"i!" -f , fJmKi tVWTT" PrtWHTB5WKMtftKBfWIIW'AflCKIWMWOMfWwWW"HW SEA WISDOM. XTticn ttn v.ln'l Iu-.h !l.il iaj, Rlal.lns with t'limlnkliiff mm; Wliiii tLii koIiI In7p turiH til ?iy, An I llm mrp!n fnileri lo Willi. Ian tliu low t 11 nf tlio ai (lirojisb IhnlwIllRlil iH'itro aVrflsteiM. hl,;hlns, lulilirtl nml Cnmtlly "His-l 'oiiiwr rest, nil, 1111" atr witch ninltlein, Ions ftco. Hearkening to tliu mine n" s pceeli, S.iw the black clilm coino nml k. Iingcd lo Ihiv them lo IIh- bench; Wmc i tons of Militli' rhyme. Calling nil iIiIiirh utvjrleU, Of the liurileu of old tluioi "Itest roivri'r lest, nil. ivttl" Whilom dotli tlio hour ron lioKl In ltn Flow ly honvirw deep; Knows i In rilra nml rums rf oM, Knows till? unlit licloveil of riuop To tlio Roal ilctlrnlilo f Doou of nil tlio latt nml ben): Kinp-i us (till Iho ulren spolli "Rest forever its. n!i reft"' Umbaln It. Tomjoii. HER SCAUTIFUL HANDS. Tlio roses r.ro ircct nnd Iho Mho r.ro fair. As ilicy bentl 'r.ratli the tlcnn fioni ab...

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. — 4 May 1889

-' v. juuuajU-ua ssses - " -" "- -. , -T-rrw AtyrjrJJgrfff inittlgt ..( - -. T twrwwvn 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio LARGER CIRCULATION IdOB OFFICE.3 I THAU ANY PAPER IN THE YALLET. 3 More New for Less Money,? ? 1M Jrt)ff of Job J'vlntliiff Done at LOWEST 1'llIClSS. BliAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAl YOL. III. NO. 46. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. MAX 4, 1889. TE11MS, $1.50 Vmi YEAH. "TiT?T(rrp at I THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAH. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. I)npi n RPiicrnl Imtiklm; bimlncss. foreign DrnflH mid HU'aniHlilp Tickets for snlo nt low est l ales. OFFICII, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lau'iikncc A.Cui.vr.n, I'roltlcnt. Ur.ouai: W. I'um.hn, VIco l'rest. Hkuiirn I). Cuf.vnu, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK or dog ax, oitio. Office Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John V'alkcv, l'vcsldcnt. Chan. I!. Jlowcn, Cosh lev. Does a cpnornl ImnkliiK buslurvi, receives .lcposltx, discount paper, ami buys niul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 May 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Baddy trousors nro In voguo again. Coal nt Samoa Is twenty dollars por ton. Tub University of Michigan has 1,882 students. The Czar of Hussla 1b loarning to play tho cornot Some Porslan woman smoko clgnrottos mndo of too. The whoatln Missouri Is high enough to hltlo a rabbit. Clark County, Kansas, has 3,005 acres planted In castor boons. Smoke color will bo a favorlto shado for gontlomon's spring hats. Turunsn women oat rose lonvos with buttor to socuro plumpness. The blggost thing on Ico this summer vlll probably bo tho prlco of it A Missouri judgo has dochlod (hatbaso ball playing on Sunday Is lllogal. A Bostox stroot car company rocontly doclnrod a dividend of 75 per cent. Tnu now law of Michigan forbids tho mixing of Intoxicants with soda-water. Rasoai.s nro still engngod in tho coun terfeiting of flvo cent plocos, or "nlckols." There aro 1,203 porsons of tho nnnio of Smith employed in tho Unltod Statos postal service. It is stated...

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. — 4 May 1889

w.WiiwawMffwiwnwi ijn-jgi'aaeuB iwiMi'i TaMwiun imunwi f ' .,,, nmiwi, .Fw tif iftjiiyagyuji,!!,, fgwflflj.wiiUniliiPlfWaMyyq ri' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO LITTLE HAND. Clasp inlno olosor, llttlo dearwhlto hand, Clnsp mlno fnstly, till It grows so cold All your tonOcr iiro3Suros will bo vain To nwnko an nnsw'rlng touch again, Till It llctli underneath tho mold. I romembcr how I saw you first, Llttlo hand Against the cottnjo wall Grow n spray of honoysucltlo, till It had reached and touchod your lattlco fill, And there, saucily, It seemed to call For your touch to rocompenso Its toll. O, I thought tho spray was very noldf "Twist tho slllten uwtalns soft you crept, Llttlo hind, nnd nil my hoart uploapt As you plucltod that long, pnlo spray of gold. I remorabcr how I Itlssod you flrtt. It was undcrncnlh tho stars of June. On that day whoso mcm'ry lingers sw oct, You wcro lying on tho old stone seat. Wrought to marulo pureness by tho moon. Cold as marblo till I clasped you close, A...

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. — 4 May 1889

IUWJ IOIW MWIIWWWH run uiwtmjvimeinummmmw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0, W. BREHM. - Proprlotot A. IJ. Wilson, - - - Editor. i i SATURDAY, MAY - 1889 flittered at (he l'ost-offlcc at Logan an Scnund'clagg matter. County Announcements, The following named persons litivo niuiomiL'od their niuu'is as .candidates for the several ollk'es named and solicit the suminort of tho Democracy at the Primary Election to he held May -1, 1889. Representative. JOHN JylSTLEU, IJLKXRY HANSEL, WILLIAM P. PRICE. W. W. McCRAY. JAMES G 11 API-MS, Auditor. WILLIAM F. BO WEN. ,CIIAltLES W. SCHWENKE. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. WM. J. McMANIGAL, JDANIEL W. WRIGHT. JOSEPH HAFLER. FIERCE BRIGHT, HOBT.E. FREY, DAVID KARSHNER, Commissioner. WM. H. WOODRUFF, DAVID WOLF, FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. 0'IIARE, Coroner. ENOCH G. MARTIN, DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Tin: Nelsonvillo Valley Jtcyister issued a supplement this week. Senatoie, John Sherman started for Europe on Wednesday Inst. Probably t...

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. — 4 May 1889

r UlllilUJIUHt This paper goes toprcss atS o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. JSD. . WILSOX, Citg Editor, And Wo All Fool Brighter. llonton Courier. Swoot Mny li come, Thobnvidohum, And the mnll boy hunkers for enrly fruit; Tlio shtcnnro bluer, Tho gale, nro fowcr, And tho dnmscl IstrtmmlnghcrbnthlngKiH Tho weather fair Is, And wnrm tho nlr In, And tho orlolo In tlioorchnnl nines; And hcarUnro lighter, And llfo Is brighter, yorhonse-clcunltiB'floverngalu, byJtnBsl Note AH of which is a barren Idealety in these parts. Sec Harmisons now ad. this week. Lee Crosap was in Logan Sat urday. When will summer come again ? Soth Weldy was in Lancaster Tuesday. Will James was in tho city this week. Twenty-threo candidates on the ticket. TIdo Houston was in Logan Tuesday. Geo. Curran was in Mc Arthur on Tuesday. Tho Club gavo a danco on Monday evening. Strawberries aroin tho market. Now for short-cake. P. J. Goodlivc, of Gore, O. was in Logan on Friday. Jim Pur8ell celebrated ...

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. — 4 May 1889

t tt' '&wrMtmnivmwcmMm&mzr&mANMm&ujmwtnvmm 71 IWUHI MWWWJM GENTLE SPRING. Tho arrlnctlmo Is lioro and the earth He-echoes ullh muslo and mcnrtli Anil c cry ono Comos out In tho sono To witness Dmno Nature's now boarth. Tho (lowers lift sweetly tholr licnds From out of tholr moss covered beads; Tho song of tho bird On ti co-tops Ishtnl, And cows wont go back to their sheads, Tho 'skectors nro nightly a plaguos Tho tramps In tho country will baguo ! Tho rooster now breaks Your slumber anil teaks Tlio credit of laying tho caRiio. The farmers, to got out of debt, Their snares nro beginning lo Robt For borders who'll faro On wntor and nre And In tho hot uttlcs will swebt. The nmateur farmers will neho' Who rlso boforo daylight to macho A garden when thov Will llnd it don't roy They'll hang up tho hoo and tho racho. Tho circus will como and wo'll go To just glvo tho youngslcrs u sho Hut tho Quoen on tho horsa Wo'll gazont, of corse, Because wo can't help It, you hno. II. 0...

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. — 4 May 1889

a.rBifj unuipi , , 'l'rffA'it1-rii'TfLHi?gaatt P. MISCELLANEOUS. Tho professional molassos tnstoi frcquontly has twonty or thirty samploa to oxporlmont upon, Inking oaro to Bwnllow as Uttlo no possible. It Is said that only u man with a swcol tooth and a clear lioad can boar up undor tho strain of tho occupation. A St. Louis dealer In curiosltlos says that such things as tarantulas, contlpcdos and Gila monstors havo u market valuo, and aro quoted regularly by curiosity doalors. Pooplo collect every thing, and thoro Is always a do main! for theso reptiles. A woman of lslo of Hope, Tenn., to oncouriigo her hens to lay, placed china nest eggs In half a dozon nosts. Not long aftorward tho eggs disap peared, and wlicro thoy went was a, comploto mystery until tho other day, whon a ohtokon sualco was Itlllod near the hen House, and in tho snuko woro found two of tho china. eggs. The late Horatio G. Ondordonk'o will provided that If any of his holra married boforo tho ago of,twonly-five wit...

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. — 4 May 1889

1"IL, WMffWtWW wnfirraaRrfMNnxvmnwmMn(niwi IWIJWWIllliMHW Bnannnnnmi & YE IS ELOQUENT. Hlo Loves Nature Next to Nature's God. A Nil or Hjslorleul Word fnlnlhiR-. How tlio WesJrn Stntcs are l!(IUIIllMl"I,t')JOIIllS of Mlnsuuri 'hI ley. Vest uftlie IMIssourl, ) mid .still (Jolnjr tho Westward lloJ Act.) Written for tho l'luln Donler. Thoro tiro no palmetto'- In tlio tuto of Nohrnskii, but thuro tiro Horn, such as corn, beans, succo .tnsli, wood cord wood ami livo stock in groat profusion. The ilrst pal jnutto I over saw was at Columbia, S. C, in November last. It was situated near the state house and illled nio with wonder and admira tion. The odd ondoginous trunk, with its deep scars, and then above iitid crowning all thedelicate fluted dark green leaves, through which tho gentle breezes were almost constantly engaged In toughing. Hooked at it a long time in sil ,ence and wrapped in profound ad jnirntion. Then I went away and got n friend to conic and assist me in admiring the de...

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. — 11 May 1889

C - ; THE OHIO DEMdCRAT X f J ! AOnSTD PtPPIll ATlflM 1 rir """-. JOB OFFICE. J; THAU ANY 1'Al'KK IN TUB VALLEY. All Klntlo of Job Print hm Votic i- vmrA Nfiwc tnr ,flQ5 mniiP.v Jf pillVlU 1IUIIU 1VI JJUUU IIWIIUJI t at lowest pawns. AAAftAAAAAKAAAAAAAAAJI.AA.AAi1 t VOL. III. NO. 47. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MAY ,11 1889. TERMS, Si:50 PEE YBAB. m -w JsL- J3L-J X v ii. V- l JL . JL aL JL. JBl d JL JSL JL THE PE0PLES, BANK 1 or LOQAN. ir Cash Capital, 550,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual LlabiUly of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. t)not n poiiornl hanking lmlni,i. I'nrplRn DmriH nnd Ktcainshlp Tickets for sale, ut low est roles. OITICI!, Jtooin Xo. fi, Opera House. IjAWUKKCK A. Ctir.visiii 1'rcsldcnt. liixiitdi: W. ritM.n.v, Vlru Pros). ItKUiiKK 1). Cut.vau, (.'nilitor. ). THE FIRST BANK OF IjOGAX, OHIO. Ofllcc Hours from On. in. to 0 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John 11'alh'cV) President. CJiiis. n. Ttowvit, Cashier. Docia aciiernl ImnkliiK Inislnesw, receive" deposits...

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. — 11 May 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. NEAIU.Y 37,000,000 bablos aro born In this world ovory year. Iowa proposes to build a $100,003 sol diers' monuraont at Dos Moines. Dekh aro roportod imusnnlly nuraorous In tbo uppor port of Franklin County, Mo. When tbo Gormnn Emporor visits Eng land this year ho will mostly livo aboard ship. A corr of tho first edition of Charlos lirfver'e works lotoly sold In England for $1,875. Wiikn President Ilarrlson drives out he profers a light wagon and usually acts as bis own driver. ADKEDmrulo In 1778 by William Smith, of Philadelphia, has boon found In a Hunt lngton cockloft. The City of Ilonio consunios an nvorngo of 300 tons of coal a day In crossing tho ocoan at top spaed, In a rocont Sunday lssuo of a New York nowspapor soventy-sevon tons of whlto paper were consumed. P. T. IUnuUM has given $11,000 to tho TJnlversallst Church of Bridgeport, Conn,, thus freeing it from debt. A Brooklyn man droamod bo was in a scrimmage, and drew his pist...

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. — 11 May 1889

TflnJOTf hnf r l i 'I i i nt.Hi nn n.mL- I ' ;.u A JUBILANT PEOPLE. Tho Nation Oolobratoo tho Inrtuo ural OontonnlaL President Harrison's Arrival 'nnd Jtcocp. tlon In Now York Grand Naval nnd Mil itary Displays I'ttarnry ISxcrclsos v. A Nolablo Ball nnd Ilnnciuot. AT rXTZADETII, N. J. EuzAnr.in, N. J., April 80. Tho conton nlal colobratlon In oommomoratlon o tho inauguration of tho first rrosldont of tho United States may bo said to havo com rnoncod hero with tho arrival of Frcsldont Harrison at 7:25 a. m. On tho 28d Of April 100 yoars ago Gonoral Washington arrived horo (tho placo was thon eallod Ellzabothtown) nf tor a tedious journoy of six days from Washington. This tlrao President Harrison, so groat Is tho contrast In means of transportation 'wrought by a century, nrrlvod at 7:25 a. m,, having OOvctcd tho samo distance, surrounded by tie caso and comfort and ologanca of a Pennsylvania railroad palace car, within six hours, Tho pooplo of tho city woro astir long bo foro tho Pres...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 May 1889

1 WMvftiHWW'i:mfwtwwrwmw tmipr uui"" t ww w wwwiw irnipwywn frrrJfitxTiw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W UBEHM, A.. H. Wilson, - Proprletn - Editor. SATURDAY, MAY -I, 18S!) JJntcrcd at the Post-office atLoyun as Second-class matter. Democratic County Tjokofc. ItepieHOIlttllJyO, WILLIAM V. PRICE. Audjtor. NELS0N ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. Panihl w. WRi,(nrr. jCommissionor. FUANOJLS .1. ICHIRO. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'lIAIlE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. I'll I Ml' J 1 ANSEL. Grent riiiaiiclerlnsr. .The Lender unci Gnzcttc both made n great blow over the fact that this Into Legislature reduced the rates of State taxes from 2.9-10 mjjls to 2.7-10 mills. The Legisla ture, for effect, did make this re xluctiou (?) but how? The reduc tion was all made on the sinking fund levy by extending the lime for refunding the public debt and making It fall duo at tlio rate or .$2ri0,000 annually, Instead of iFlfiO 000. This way of reducing taxes will cost the state about $"00,000 additional interest by ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 May 1889

pwjiiinuiiiuminKig!Tjiiiyiiwiiiiiimij)iyiyuiii 'iMmiiiiMniiu u.pii.iMt.w This paper goeslopreux at 8 o'clock Friday evening. leaving Cincinnntl Mny 20. For rules, tickets, tlmo of trains Ac, eall on or address Agents of the C. AC. M. or W. E. Iteppert, 1)1 v. Pass Agt., Columns O. Jfufr f gu . Abstract of Vote Oast t t ho Democratic i'rinmry Election May 1th, 188J). T "'. ''HHMmlJll,UHiMm Auditor TIIID OHIO DEMOCRAT l'UKCINOTH a" LO0AL NEWS, On Friday evening May Mrs. Addle M. Heard and 10th Mr. JSD. Ij. II'ILSOX, Vtlg Editor lleiiton , Fulls Tp .. , Cloro Fluvlus Ca.se. ...l.-..,.,..,.,,.,,..!,.,,!,, , , mllmmmlrlrrmmlr. K!fe R!3 E7 S?X rT1 ITfl U5P M i?7?v rm , .. . , on M-m v.!".' fM .-.i 1-3:1 t.i "nr.r.A . v,j-k jri tilierTll' rCoTiriiiirsliTn, irenrtTPinrf rtl- m fflB PWA a -'A m U2J f.iiii rffl SS kf I'M fc-a i. $ J , 3 w mi WiS P &M 4 111 W w ?sNHU?H? -?? ?, j?5 f Ml m fell I II W V 1 May. .Mnyl Tho laughing Mny t lioro Mayl The durlliiK of tlic year Mnyl Tho merry-heart...

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. — 11 May 1889

EtWMW jitaiBtftMcflMEBBBgEI lftftM4 -VESS r E r y jjZiwMUijt'UM'il!! fcaiHVr. AMtUMMAEilM)M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO ON THE ROAD. Tho cnlcrprlstnR drummer oomoa With KTip Nul sainplo ooso! Ho cry vlRorouily drums I.'ncli calm bucolic placo. Ilo moots tho merchant nt his door And bultonholos him ntrtilKht, And funny storlosby the scoro He, smllliiR doth relate. Tho merchant's chlldron, with a smile, Ilechuokcth'noath tho chin; Tho merchant, too, ho doth beguile With bcor and cite with gin. Ho Mirtoth with the merchant's wlfo And Tlth hts dnuijhtorcoy: Ho glvc3 n shoddy pocket liniro Unto tho merchant's boy. Ho takes tho morchant out to drlvo O'er muddy rural roads. And with cigars at "throe forflvo" Tho merchant's pockols loads. In manner cry rash and brash Expenditures he gulilos. Ho spendolh his employer's cash, Llkewlso his own besides. And then he learns (oh hapless fato I Ho enn't rxpross his pique) Tho merchant will tho drummer wait Who comes along noxt u ecu. America. JR...

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