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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

i. - N .yw :i-rr 1 , lAt f ij THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. i ; ' ' VOL. I. NO. 17. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1886. TERMS, .$1.50 PER YEAR. 4 ac THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits scenred by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe a general banking business. Foreign Draft and Btcamshlp Tickets Tor wile at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Ilonse. IiA.wnr.Kcr. A. Cci.veh, President. OEonan.Wi J'ni.i.r.N, Vlro Prcst. ltEUmt.v 1). Cui.vkh, Cnsbler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOO AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. Tohn Walker, President Clia. E.Bowen, Cashier. Docs a general bunking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys anil sells Kxchange. Jllock. BANK In contral room In the Jnmcs ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorncy-at-Law and Mary Public, Dollison Bnilding' 'LoRn, O. rnllpptloiiRnf (iliilniH. Vntea nml Accounts. Mortgagee, Lrases, Contract, Deeds, Wills, Mcenanic n i.iens, c, uruwii ...

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. — 23 October 1886

The Ohio Democrat. nilEHM & WHITE, l'ubll-hcr. LOGAN. : t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Bai.timohi- will soon havo a crematory. Mark Twain is said to be worth a mil' lion. DinminniA Is opldomlo throughout On tarlo. Thomas F. BATAnn, jr., Is n Yalo frosh man this fall. Cuoicn frozen turkays ore twenty contu m pound in lioston. Nine-tenths of tho army and navy of fleer havo blue eyes. TiiEiir. are twonty-BOven peaks In Nevada e-tcocuing lu.uuo feet In height. A niiEEX rose Is one of tho nowest pro- auctions of botanical sclonco. A riNcit of snuff largo onough to produco goou sneczo will euro hiccough. Mn. Bkecimr's lectures in England are old on tbo strcots at a ponny a pieco. The Rhodo Island census shows aprepon deranco of 11,000 women in that Stale. There are numerous Masonic lodges in franco composed exclusively of women. J at Gould gives it as bis opinion that telegraph rates will never bo any hlghor. Tiieiie nro sevonty-thrco students now in the Harvard annex for women, with moro xo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

r The Ohio Democrat. nnEHM A WHITE, l'ubllslior. LOGAN. i OHIO THE EASIEST WAY, Your letter Jimt inmo to mo Willy, And you Ilnd Mint you don't forKfit?, You'vo tileil tor these months .oli, you And nro Btit'o Mint you lovo mo yet? Alt! Mmao'inya worn nwcoM ncknowlaugo, In Mint denr old town tiy tlio son. When tlin liond nr Ills cliua In college Took a fancy to mo. Don't uny Mint I hnvon't n lionrt, Wilt ; 1 think o( tho pint wltli rritret; And MioukIi wo'vo no lonti tioon rtpnrt, still I, too, Ilnd It linrd to forKOt. What nonsense I'm writing! Xcil Cnry Hinyu, linn nroken wltli l.imnn l.ce, Andlioand llnlnh Mniida you know Mary Are devoted to me. Jnok Whitney tins como Into money; And bo litis Nell Paroi by the wny, Sho innrrlod old Dale nln't It funny? lie's sovonty If ho's n dny. Hpr trousseau, of coursn, camo from Paris; Her brlitemalds woru Mniralo McKee, The Weston Rlris, llcittrlce Harris, Colin Carter and mo. Another) they nay, In September Will bo tlio event of tho yonr. Th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. BBEHH & WHITE, Proprietor A. H. "Wilson, - Editor. SATURDAY, OCT. - 23 1880. Democratic Stato Ticket. Secretary of Stnto .JOHN.McBRIDE. Stark Co. , Supremo Judge. M.D. FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supremo Court J. W. CItUIKSIIANK, Miami Co, Com. of Common Schools L. D. BROWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIO. Cuyahoga Co, Member of Congress, JOSEPn H. OUTHWAITE, Of Franklin County. For Circuit Court Judge. W. H. SAFFORD. Of Ross Co. For Common Pleaso'Judge. SILAS II. WRIGHT. Democatic County Ticket. Auditor. WM. M. BO WEN. Treasurer. JOHNNOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID O'HARE, Commissioner. HENRY .TRIMMER. InflrmaryDlrector. PHILIP HANSEL. Rememiiek the election on Tucs wcek, and voto the Democratic ticket. If you beliove low taxes more beneficial than high, voto the Dem ocratic tickot. If you wish to perform your duty as a good citizen you will al low nothing to deter you from at tending the election Nov. 2nd. Abram S. Hewitt is the Demo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

k X THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOOAL lnE-W3. Circuit court began on Friday morning. John Ilochostor lost lila Jorsoy cow last weok. Vic Tonschcr of Columbus was in tho city Thursday. W. II. McClintock is In Clove land, O., tliis week. Tho repairs on tho M. E. par sonago are completed, Harlow White had lila watch stolen at tho Lancaster Fair. Allen McClelland, of u South Perry, was in tho city Tuesday. Michael Kreig has been quite 111 this week with malarial fever. Tho editorial page of tho Lan caster Eagle was pied last weok. Havo you examined the pannel Ing exhibited at Reber's drug store ? Mr. L. J. Burgess is in Missouri attending the sick-bed of his father. George Armbustor and "Bub" Mongomery spent Sunday in Adel phl. Mrs. Ed Culvor, nee Bennett, was visiting in Logan tho first of this week. Mrs. Amanda Funk of Illinois is visiting her mother, Mrs. Silas Nixon. Mrs. Martha Stultjs visited rel ative's fcear Ewing, a day or two this week. Circuit Court commenced yes terday morning, the J...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

MANLY JOHN McBRIDE. Cwkln Kltarfa nf llin Itcpuhllcnnit to Aiuull II U Otimnteter nnd MlM.-cprefnt III Act. Tho supply of legitimate campaign weapons with which tho g. o. p. has trc righting Honorable John MoBrido hava long s'noo beoomo chestnuts, and are falling with tho approaching frosts. In despair thejr have drifted into tholr usual tnodo of fighting, and the cam paign w now characterized by malicious (falsifying and un,.iitmi.srcproM!ntntlon. The frequent appearance, in tho Hopub Vkan press of cards, allogod to liavo fcei'n written by miners in the various districts of the State, have attracted some attention. These cards sot forth . inl as it can bo dono in mangled Knglish that the minora urn openly op ixmud to tho election of John Mcltrldc, nnd hundreds of them, even of Dciuo- .Tatic persuasion, aru working against hi in, which is, of course, a monumental Vtn. Tho authorship of these cards lias been traced to one man, and tho proof vrill bo furnished any K:rson wlio will cal...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

I FOREIGN OOSSiP. Silver Hustles nro tlio Glndstono bndgcs worn by English Initio. A slab of marblo with llttlng record has been put on Christopher Columbus' homo at savonit. Tho Clitncno notion of England Is aid to bo that of "a trlbuto-boarlng na ion of men without plg-tatla, governed by a lady with Inrgii feet." tfames CJarncr, an English railway porter, whoso wagoi woro but olghtcon RhlUIng per week, d od recently, leaving $20,000 ns tho result of accumulated tips from passengers. Tho ancient city of Damascus Is in a prosperous condition. Its trndo with forolgn countries Is rapidly Inoroaslng. Tho narrow thoroughfares and bazars nro disappearing and giving placo to widor streets. ' Mr. Wobb. of tho London & North western railway, Englnnd, statod in a recent spcoeh in London that a now locomotivo Is placed on that road on tho nvcrago overy Ilvo days, to ropalr tno loss caused uy ordinary uoprecia tlon. Tho Metropolitan Public Garden Association of London wants uvory houso hol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 October 1886

31 A Oveat "War Impending. All tins news from nbroiul Indl rites tho near approach of the greatest International conflict kuown to history, Tlio burning Kaslern question Is about to bo re opened, and Kussta will ngalu en deavor to drive tlio TurktHli Sub itum Porta out of Kuroito and cap ture Constantinople. This war If It eonniieneei will probably Involve every continental power. So far ns can bo foreseen, Russia's only ally will bo France, whileUerniany, Austria, and England will bo united to beat back Ittiisia's advance on Constantinople. Ihigland will have her hands full in guarding the frontiers of llindoostan from the southern inarch of the Muscovite fcoldiers. The conflict in Central Asia will open by the siege Of Her at by llussin. For countless ages that fortress has been the objective point of all tlio military powers which aimed at Invading what are now the Urlttsh East Indies. It has been looked upon as the open door to tiic pen insula, the key of the military situation ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

-J- ' The Ohio Democrat. VOL.1. NO. 18. LOGAJST, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1886. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. I V THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOQAH. Cash Capital, $60,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of.ovor "ForirrHiiii(lred Thousand Dollars. Docs a gcnornl hanking business. Foreign Draft nnd Steamship TlckclH for nolo nt low cat rates. OFFICE, Room Ko. 5, Opora Hoasc. L-AWltitNOK A. Gtll.Vitn, Prcflldcnt. GeouoeIW. PuLi.r.N, Vlco I'rost. Ueuiikn D. CULVEit, Cnsliler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offico Hours from 9 a. ra. to 3 p. ra. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Iiowcn, Cashier. Does n general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, nnd buys nnd Hells .Exchange-. BANK In contrnl loom In tbo James 11 lock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Pablic, Dollisou Untitling Logan, (). Collections of Claims, Notes nnd Accounts, Mortcnyes, Lenses, Contracts, Deeds, Will", Mochanlc's Liens, &.C., drawn nnd ncknow 1-i-d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

3 The Ohio Democrat. IUtEim & WHITE, I'ubllslicr. LOGAN. j 01110. CURRENT TOPICS. Blind Tom Inst name Is Wiggins. It is a dull day that doos not thing a wu nmor from Europe Wm. Astor recently ordored a $350 baby carriago tor a grandchild. Nova Scotia's npplo crop In lnrgor this oasou thnn for many years past. Javks C. Flood has Just flnlsbed a 13,. B00,000 dwelling In Ban Francisco. Tnr. Pastour Iustltuto fund, Paris, ban .reached the sum of 1,442,000 francs. A FAnMCR near Albany, N. Y., has raised potato weighing tlfty-flTO ouncos. Bt next spring the Fronch army will tavo new rifles. It will cost r-'O.OOO.OOO. A aecket eocir.TT of servants for robbing employers has been unearthod in Now Tork. i Or eighty girls who landed at Castlo Gar Vlen the other day fifty-two wore red beaded. Katie Putnam, tho actress, has an In como of ?10,X from hor fruit farm lb Michigan. A lunnr.L of elder explodod near Oroen villo, Mich., tho other day, and broke a womnn's Jaw. John Roach is said to ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

b V X The Ohio Democrat. nUEIIM ft WHITE, Publisher. LOQAtf, t : OHIO AWFULLY WRONG TO BE POOR. 1 am a dreadful cliarnotor, tn vlco I bo tlio linen i I'll rIvo n start to nny man nml win nn cany tivcoj I're galloped lioltor-skottortliiouati the cat alogue of arltnnt, orainlttod theft und perjury ntlcnat a dozen Unicn. I'o hud my lllns nt fmitory, at felony nnd fraud! And wban I no marauding, you enn bot I do maraud l Hal t'va novor enndosrondod, tliowth of crltno 1'vo madu a tour, To ttio nrcntOHt prima of Christendom tlio crlmo of being poor. And tlitit'a how I keep from detection; j( 701111 rivo it n moinoiu-s rcucouon Ton nil will nitron In this procopt with mo: That If s nwtnlly wrong to ho poor. For tlio rich oft lniiy nlii. Wtillo tlio poor Kut run In. Oh, ltfa awfully wrong to !u poor. 1'tb bon n bnnlc director, nnd tlio bnnlc It wont to hmimhIi, For woM played nt speculation with n lot of poor fillcH1 oiihIi; 1'TOROtup llttlo swlndloa In tlio ntmpo of sllror mines, And sold ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. -JJBEHM & WHITE, FroprUtori A. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. SATUBDAY, OCT. - no 18S6. Democratic State Ticket. Secretary of Stnto JOHN McBBIDE. Stark Co. Supremo Judge. M. I). FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supremo Court J. W.CBUIKS1IANK, Miami Co. Com. of Common School.1) L. D. BROWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public "Works LOUIS LUDWJa. Cuyahoga Co, Member of Congress, JOSEPH H. OUTHWA1TE, Of Franklin County. For Circuit Court Judge, "W. IT. SAFFORD. Of Rosa Co. For Common PleaseJJudge.' SILAS If. "WRIGHT. Dernocatio County Ticket. Auditor. WM. M. BOWEN. Treasurer. JOIINjNOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID 01 r ARE, Commissioner. HENRY TRIMMER. Infirmary Director. Till LIP HANSEL. Pkiuuky! Vote for Bowen. Convict testimony! Poll one for Honbul. Vote for Notcstone. Vote the whole ticket. Don't scratch Trimmer. Huukaii forCoU majority I Be sure und vote for O'llaro. For Congress, J. II. Outhwaite. For Common Pleas Judge 8. II "Wright. As a swearer, murderer Fran cis...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

amy.iiuu'MMLreitiritmncmwi,TtftrMrAKj'Wj3nri i. Y - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, IjOO-Xj 3STE3-WS Dlpthorin la In town. Tho Gem Gallery 1b In the city again, The S. A. were paralyzed Thurs day night Joe. Kesslor keeps tho best oys ters In tho city. Vera IJowen wan atOreoln tho flrat of tho week. Mr. L. J. Burgess was In Co lumbus Thursday. Mrs. M. H. Ambroso Is again a resident of Logan. Dr. Dye and lady nro spending tho winter in Nov?Yojk. Frank Balrd, of Balrds Furn ace, was in town Monday. T. Irwin and wife, of South Perry, were in Logan Tuesday. Charles and Jacob Knrshncr, of Adelphl, were in tho city Tuesday, Bev. Thompson will speak on prohibition at tho Rink to-night. Bumor says that Mr. B. Belt has disposed of his foundary prop erty. Fred Bochcster, Chas Balgcr, and Ed Donlvan spent Sunday in Lancaster. F. S. Purscll, editor of thoGaz otte was in town tho foro part of this wce"k. Dr. Hibbard has been very sick for sorao days past but is at present almost well. The Salvation Army had a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

"ALU THE WORLD'S SAD AND DREARY." Way down upon the S'oto river. 'nt I'nr nwnyl Tluie't whom llio I'cn I stftiiilliur ever Tliciu's whetc tlio convicts rfuiy. There's where the llttlo Oovornor wandered, Olio fml Uny In ittmim, Mttuniiiir tn the convicts' blarney. And searching torunothor bourn All without wn dnrk and bleary, All within was uullo: And fairly illil Poniknrtutiib'o Till the Bkln irutiicuuthls pile Now, tin nnd ilown tlic S'oto river, Pinny mid Iniio: Winders Vim llttlo Oorernnr. looking l'or convict skins ami Ins own. And nil the world Is sad und dreary, I.'stenlnpt to Ills cry "0, Davy, how my liiiek grows weary Toting the skin gaiuo llul" Columbus Times. SCHOOLS OF OHIO. Tho Stilt (i Comnilodonrr at Common .Schools nml tliu Importune, of Ills Of llue Tlici J)i mix nillf OniKlldntr, Mini, r.uroy 1). llrown A Common .School Mnn Should he ut Ihc lend of tliu Common School Systiim. Tho olllco of Statu Commissioner of Common Schools is one in which not only every parent b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

4. V x CONCERNING GRIEF. Great nntl Hmitll Sorrows In Tlirlr Vnrlotm nml I'coiilUr MnnlrentnllmiHf Grief ought to bo private tit lcnsl so much as It may bo mastered to that onil, llko love, which Is not to bo paraded but reserved, 'and, wlioti unoovcrod at all, only In some sauctuary. Indeed, griof Is a part of lovo's oxporlonco, and why, then, to bo paraded tnoro than lovo's joysP Nay, but to bo modestly d raped. Novertholoss, grief Is moro to bo allovrod in publlo than tito uncover ing of raptorcs of afl'cct'on. And this by common consent; for tho most dolt cato mlndod, who would hldo a caress under curtains, will not robuko tears harshly. It is understood that tho ono may bo restrained if thoro bo a right rciiho to do it, but tho other not always. For a kiss or nn Intent look, or other signs of love, may bo looked rcBohitoly, but tears ruslt too quickly for command. But somo signs of grief nro dellliorato niul thon odonslvo; among whleli I could count tho wearing of mourning clot...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 October 1886

I 9R i' fjiftWBwtfiTijfmmu3w A CITY OF BEGGARS. Tfenpntlttin Unexampled for Ilnnntjr, Crnolty, Iintiinrnttty ami Lnrtnets. Tlio ?Tcni)ollt!tii8 aro nearly nil beggars. Jfo city In ttio kingdom is more. iupu loan or moiu poor. Tlio inlxtnio of tha .Moorish Wood with tlio Italian lias pro- diiced a. rnco ntnoiiR Europeans, nt all events, uticxnmptcd for beauty, ciuelty, cosy immorality, and iutolcrablo lazi ness. As yon wander along tlio streets you hear snatches of Moorish music mixed with tlio true Neapolitan refrains, nnd you see facovespcclally among tlio children of 8 or 0, of qulto incredlblo beauty. Thero aro tlio famllar charac teristics of tho beautifully Get brow, tlio facllu smile, and tho eyes, sometimes Jirown, sometimes blue, always cxpres elvo, and everything sot oil by a ich varnish of dirt. But, with all this, thero is a cowardly ekulking und tv brutality that is not Ital ian but Oriental, No sight is moro com mon along that hilly road leading from tho famous Santa Lu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 November 1886

i, r "-V ?-? "7-r . -v vr-t-f S '"(? VOL. I. NO. 10. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER G, 188G. TERMS, 81.50 PEKYEAB. J I H v fill J iJi 1 I THE PEOPLES' BANK or L00AN, Cash Capital, - $50,000.00. Doposltn secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe n fjenernl Imnklnc fotislnen. TorclRii Drnftu nml Htonmshlp 1 IcWotM for nolo at Wm ci4 rntoft. OFFICE, Room Ko. ii, Opera House. Lawhkkce A. rur,vr,n, 1'ieMilent. OHOitaiuW. I'ui.t.rN, Vlee l'rewt. Ur.oiiKN 1). Uui.viut, Cnsliler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. OQlco Hours from 9 a. m. to II p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chun. JJ.Jlotrcii, Cashier. Poen pnncriil banking linlni"fi, leeelves deposits clIseounlH paper, nml tmyi ami sells Kchnni!e. JSP-HANK In contral room In tlio.TmncR ItlocTc. ATTORNEYS. Or. W. BREIIM. Attorney-at-La7 aud Rotary Public, Pollison Bnthlhig Lognu, O. Cnlleetlons of ('Inline, Notes pml Aren'inti. Mortgages Leases, Coiitrnets Denis Wills Meclminc'i I.le...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 November 1886

t'jJ T" ' FS l The Ohio Democrat, nnBIIM A WHITE, l'liblUhor. 1X)QAN. : J 01UO. CURRENT TOPICS. Most women aro clothes observers. Tub Government pays $7,000 nn hour for pensions. A Nkw JnnsEr girl's name Is Bolle A. Donough. BAN Fhascisco has ono hundrod anil fom .millionaires. Tub hatrless Mexican dogs nro becoming popular as pots. Minnesota lias a special Btato Board for tho high schools. Tm:nB aro 80,000 Indians at tho Cheyenne .Agency, Dakota. Fourtebv pooplocan stand In tho Statu C Liberty's bead. Pi n it it r Lomi.LAnD has spont 1,300,000 on Tuxedo Park, N. J. T population of Franco has Increased only 500,000 In Ave years. Tut: fly and tho mosquito are fast sliding Into innocuous desuetude. Dealhiis predict that young ladles wllJ ehortly cairy walking sticks. JfAitK Twain and Bret Ilarte began their literary careers as book canvassers. Itr.i.ics of au extinct race of red Indians havo boon fouud lu Now Foundland. A statue to General Francis Meaghei will bo oroctod at Watorford,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 November 1886

Ft Hi: W s u rift Hi i. V? ! J The Ohio Democrat. nnntiM & whitk, l'ubiishor. LOOM?, : j OHIO. AT THE LAST. A lit tip i nno nlnyod amonir tlto flownrn, In tlm hltinli nml bloom or nummi-r liours, Hho tTriiietl tho buils In a Rat land fair, And bound thorn up In lior ntiltilnu linlr. "Ah mo." Bald bIio, "How linppy I'll hu when ton years mora hnvn ono over inn And I nm n miiklcn, with yoiuh'ii brlsht Blow, flushing my olioolt unit UpMlng my brow I" A maiden mtinod In tiplonsnnt room, Whoro tbo iilr wns llllod with n note perfume Ynsos woro near of antlaiio mold, JlCftuttful plot M 103 ruro ivnd old, And Mio, of nil tbo IovoIIiiom thoro, Wns by far tho lovcllost nml mot fair. ''Ah mnl" slRhod alio, "bow linppy I'll bo when my henrt's truo lovo ouincs homo to mo; . Light of my llfo, my spirit's prldo, , I count tuo days till thou ronch my aide." A mother bonds ovor n c radio nC9t, Whoro bIio Hootliod nor bubo to his smiling rost, "Sloop woll," sho murmured soft nnd low, And alio pr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 November 1886

PfcBfttiiSMKikMOttaK&Jt. mm -J---,w .,(. M'1'"" ' imiiiiMin-' 9E59p rr , ME OHIO DEMOCRAT. "BBEHK k WHITE, A. H. "Wilson. Proprietor! Editor. SATURDAY, NOV. fl 1880. "Waud .township 144 majority. gave Mollrido est they nro doing their most effect ivo vork. Again, that Democrats wliorovcr In tlio majority, bIiouIcI pusli forward an aggressive war and put no trust In "stilt" work. Wo will gtvo tabulated abstract of voto In tho county on our next outside. OUTlIWAITK'fl district Is 2559. majority In this Tun men who triumphantly say, "I told you so," have been around numerously for tho last few days. Indiana elects a Democratic Legislature. Tills will give us a Democratic U. S. Senator, in placo of Bon Harrison, Republican. The latest information that we can got about tho election is that tho next House of Representatives will bo Democratic by a small majority. The non-election of Small in South Carolina, and O'llara in North Carolina will make the fiftieth Congrc&s the first pu...

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