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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

r. " ..&r rtn, f &: "'?" tMfv, , , ' -,ssrw y. fl M WUUHJUllIUJiUM ninmm Governor Foraksr Renomi nated on the Second Ballot. lion. E. L,. Iampsou Noml untctl for Lieutenant Governor. rrcunnt Ineumlientt In Other OrTlocA, All lteiiiimlatml. TIib 1'lntrnrm nntl Sltotclios f tho Ttomlncos. Cot.UMnns, O., Juno 25, At4 o'clock Hon. Alien T. Hrlrumaao. ot Cuyahoga, Vlco-Chalr-mnnof tlio Central Committee, called Iho meet lnu to order, llo road tlio regrotiot Chairman AVm. Monnhnn, who had hcon unavoidably called to Mexico on business. Itov. Francos E. Marston, of Columbus, then invokod tho Dl--vino blosslng. Ho did It In a graceful way, and sot a pood oxnmplo by being brief. Aftor a wall pf somo minutes, during which tlmo Mnjor Mclvinlcy camo In and was loudly choerod, Mr. llrlnsuiado delivered a short address, and than announced tho temporary organization, as fol lows: Your temporary chairman is Hon. W. C. Cooper, of Mt. Vernon; temporary socrotary, Until ltohsc, of Cincinnati! s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

Ij,.,tju imii mgjim mwrrfwrnii iifTirwwiiwmpwin jiiiiiirmfiWTynm,jiyyJWRrtnTtVTTtiijriBiti.'iHtiBwwiTjiiuji ijiwiii'u rirmwnvmyKvaMTptmwu nwi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W. BKIiHM. Troptletoi A.. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, JULY, I) - - 1889 Entered tit the Post-office at Lay an as Scennd-claxs mutter. Democratic; County Ticket. Common Pious Judge JOSKPII G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWltY. Representative. WILLIAM P.PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. PANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. Q'HARE,. Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Tiieinouem organization is liooes Biiry to siiceest. No more Republicans in Ohio, must lie Forakerans or nothing. Timtn term candidates aro not looked upon with much favor in Ohio. Wo2Jii3ii if "Young Man Proud of his Tail" will take tho stump for "Little Brooches." wealth. The people were starved to dont hi "TnrsTS are mainly piivnto af fairs." All the people have to do it to grin and bear...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

1 A'iJin imiw'WiKiptum'ii iMt-jifi .MiffnlWPwBii.iii!niiiJ. 'TP'"'''mmMM ?! , ). fi . V This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, El). X,. lriLSOX, City Editor. Koup cool! It never even sprinkled. The glorious forth fa over. Dow berries tiro in market. Iltuig nwny your overcoats. Court was held hero on Tues day. TT. F. Hustings is visiting in Toledo. Leo Cresup was in town Wed nesday. P. 8. l'ursoli was in Athens Saturday. Miss Josio Davenport is visit ing in Columbus. All gambling was suppressed ixi Nelsonvillo July fourth. Tho small boy and tho fire cracker Imvo had their day. Mrs Homer Wright gave a lawn party Thursday afternoon. Tho M.I. &S. Co., will put their works in operation Monday. Alex Motherwell and wifo and children are visiting in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ferrell wero visiting in Athens this week. Miss Miitno Arnold returned home in McArthur on Wednesday. Several carriage loads of Nel Ronvillo people were in town Sun da...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

TJU MBr HMltliUi"' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. X.OGAN OHIO THE REASON WHY. Jt isn't that I've got a thing ng'ln you. Pnrson true, I'te mot "For an' wc was 1'opls! Nor or In tho many tried nn' tliero ov ry wcck. It's not for this 1'vo stayed nway so many Sao- From thu lritlo inoimt'ln mectlnMiouso, whoro ott Vvol'InciHtiprnlsu. lliillltcn If youcaru tohnow nn' I will toll ou nil. I thlnlt 'twas 'bout two year ngo, or was It thrco last full? 'Iho wealthy memhers voted that they'd havo the sens mado free, Andmostof us was wlllln' with tho notion to ngree. Perhaps tho rnoanln' o' tto word I didn't qulto undcrstindi For the Sunday nfter, wnlltln' 'long with Llsio hand In hand You Unnw tho llttlo blue-eyed girl; hor mother now Is dead; And I am Iilslo's grandpa; but let mo go ahead. Well, ilunkln' o' tho Master, nnd how homo-Hue It would bo i To tahc meat most nnynhcro, now that tho seats was freo; I walltcd In nt tho open door, an' up tho center ntalft An' sat down tired, but happy. In tho light ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

rtSCt, nwnnMmwi jppuwmwMni X v H . , i will mriiwii mi ii i imiiiiiiiwi minim iiiiii i iwm SULTAN ABDULHAMID. A French t'orrrapmirtent'n Intorvlnw Willi tlm Iluler nf tlin Fnltlifltt. Hnvinp learned how dlfTJoult a thing It was to obtain nu intcrvlow with Abdul-Hnmld II., I folt a mighty long ing for tho forbidden fruit, ntid ovenlu nlly I enjoyed It through tho assistance of Mikuol-Elftmdl, tho Secretary to tho Minister of Foreign Affairs. Ho called for mo, at my hotel, in his carriage, nnd tho vchlolo look its tortuous way, first through tho grand street of l'ora, then into break-neck roads around and about immense- bnrracka, until at last it gained tho heights of Orta-Konl, and pltcr tjuito a long and perilous voyago ve ijiiiid ourselves boforo tho palace Yildir.-Klosk (Palace of tho Star), the actual rcsldcnoo of tho Sultan, is an isolated retreat whero tho disturbances of tho outer world can scarcely pene trate, and whoso inward disturbances rarely and inexactly reach tho ears ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

UMWilligtM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. TOGAN : : OHIO THE REASON WHY. It isn't thnt I'vo got n tiling nu'ln you. Parson Peck t Nor ng'In tlio mnny tried nn' iruo, I've mot thero cv'ry vreclt. It's not for this I'vo stayed nwny go many SaV :' days ... From tint ifctlo mount'ln mcctln'-houic, whoro oft Vvo j'lnctl In prnlso. JIilllMcn (t you euro to know an' I will toll you all. I tlilnlt 'twas 'bout two year ago, or was It tlireo last falU Ilio wcaltliy members votod that they'd hnvo the scats mado free, Andmostof us was Ylllln' with tho notion to agree. Perhaps the meanln' o' tto word I didn't qulto understand; For tlio Sunday nttor, vralkln' 'long with Elslo hand In hand You know the llttlo blue-oyed girl; hor mother now Is dead; And I amlllslo's grandpa; but let mo go ahead. Well, Unnktn' o' tho Master, nnd how homo-like It would bo To take n seat most anywhere, now that tho heats was free: I walked In at tho open door, an' up tho center nlslc An' sat down tired, but happy, in tho light of...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

V fe iirt -irc-r wwtwMrTyritwn I'fwfywfMWfiifrfiwtfl wngwi'wwmn'tmmj.uwareww m vjumv n M'W'f n "'IT" "W'Jf'f MI'M (" .H'lftlT "U,!"W, TTTwTwrrw" run OF FUN. A REMARKABLE STORY. LESSONS IN THRIFT. ( Sho "Whnt Itlllll Of n IVPOWrllor ETlniorillimrj Illtciivrry ofnOoSil rinldln Sturm or Itin Witnlc I'-ilnti "f tlin Rtiinol " I .1... I'.............! If ,..(1.ll. U.lt.l.... tt,t. Hiitnm. ,1 .... ....f.,..nil It.. I,T ll.l., T r.nf.ii. "" "" ""l""""-. u.. ................ ..j o. 'a blonde.'' N. O. l'lcayiitia. .ImlKQ "At first you stole 000, And thon nflm-warda ifJO. Aro you j .,.,' ''." ',,' . in1l """"'.y " -....... (i..u.. Graphophono nntl Phonograph. Tho frrnphn phono, which Is n. sort of uncomplicated phonograph, 13 coming ;:.;Sz ft tf -a ? novor colnc to do buttorP" Criminal "Why, your Honor, I did boltor that tiiuo by ?2J.M rilojoudo Matter. "Whoso faco Is printed on tho ton dollar groonbaolcH'i"' asked Qutgtoy of lingloy. "HloHscil if I know." said Jingloy. "I novor study tho fac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

5 LARGER CIRCULATION I THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. J More News for Less Money,? AUiandofJobrintlngDonel JL JLjL JLi V JL X JL V JL JLi.L X V J JLV -lL X at LOWEST PEICES. j Nil A AAAAA A AA&AMAAAAAAAA AAAil VOL. IV. NO. 3. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889. rEJlMS, $1.50 PER YEAB. IS THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Capital, - 950,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. DnpnirpiirrnllmnktnR bUBlnesfl. foreign DniltNiiud KtcnuifOilp Tickets for sale nt low est rates'. OFFICE, Itonm No. 5, Opera House. IjAWitKxri: A. RutiVKti, I'res-ldent. G'Koitar. V. l'ui.i.it.v, Vice I'rest. UKlJiiKN D. Cur.VKtt, Cnshler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. OHIee' Hours from Oh. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. Joh Hfll 'atker, President. Chan. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Dochr general banking business, receives deuositH.dlsuouiltxpnper, nnd buys and fells Kxcliimgc. UP-)A.XIC- selc. Inccntr.il room hi I bo .Tallies Illoc ATTORNEYS. a. W. BRE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. The Amorlcan navy Is having somo reipootablo additions In Boa-going ves sels. Michigan has ndoptcd a ballot re form law, based on tho Australian sys tem. A Hannibal, (Mo.) girl has discovered that chowlng gum makes a good fish bait GEOnar. Baxciioft, tho historian, la now tho oldest living graduate o Har vard. A Chicago court decrees divorces granted by Jewish churches lncHcctuj.1 In law. Twenty-six yoars have passed away slnco tho battlo ot Gettysburg was fought. A Ciiicaoo enthusiast talks of erect ing a tower In that city 3,000 feet In holght. Los Anoi:li:s, Oal., has decided to build a sowor to tho sea, at n cost of fO.000,000. Miss Alia M. Lonofkllow, daughter of tho poot, Is an onthuslastlc amateur photographer. The tldo of immigration is weaker than it was a year ago by somo 7,000 persons a month. Bex Butlkii's bestoyo is now in poor -condition, and It is foared that ho may becomo totally blind. It is reported that W. K. Vanderbi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

'I . I IHili-MQH nmsntu U WHAT IS HE WORTH? Tou ssj tho mnn "Is worth a million," M.'i think you'vo nnswor'd moi 1 euro not If ho own a billion, - 'Tin Vit man I want to seo I And now I'll nsk a quoitlon or two This mnn what in ho worth? Is tt cash thnt camo from tho Lord knows who, And hrond, square mllos of oarthr Daro you nisort, In urond ilayllRht, Thnt thti Is tho worth of a matiJ It takes Indeed a sordid wight With fnvor this to noaa. Tho trcnuircs of tho hrnln nnd heart, The mind nnd body's hoalth, And what turns men to tho better part Theso constitute truo woalth, If 5 our friend has only what you sild, Ho Is worth just nothing lit nil; Lot his acres of earth cover him, doad, And buy him n funeral palll Detroit Frco Press. THEY MADE JFUR ELY. Froo Fight Botwcon Two Lions and a Grizzly. Tho lllondy Iiattle tVim Not Fought to a Finish Owlue to Interruptions In the Slmpo or n Hun ter' llullctn. I havo often mot old hunters who linvo licard of buttles botweon tho grizzly hour an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

iltWJlPHHI THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o.-ff.BRr.nM. A.. H. Wilson Froprlotot - Editor. SATURDAY, JUliY, (1 - - 188!) Entered at tfiePont-ojjlee at Logan an ScconI-ilax matter. organized (in u trust basis. Ai yet tlioru is no uniformity of opinion on tlio subject. The opponents of trusts tiro, of cotirso numerous. Ami their chief iirgumont, Unit of monopoly tuul the exactions likely to follow In tlio train of trusts, is, no doubt, forcible one. On tho other hand, tho Investing class look upon trusts, If conducted with in reasonable bounds and on sound business principles, with decided favor. Dayton Doni. Tin: year 1889, so far, has been a year of extremes. During tho win ter months at Its begining, tho weather was unusually mild, and thejspring months woro unusually inclement. Nature, as a rule, has run to tho opposite extreme- during the season, and tlio summer has been marked with spells of ex treme heat, to be followed by an unseasonably low temperature. The rainfall has been unusual at a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

f !MiiVMViMwAnv i '1 JVtj's paper ffocs to press atSo'otock Friday cvenitiff. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. ED. Tj. lriLSOX, CHif Editor. Frank Wnde, of Columbus is in Logan. V. C. Lowry was in Athens Sunday. John James is able to bo about tho liotinc. Most of tho wiicat has been gathered in. Geo Frnsch, of Corning was in Iognn Sundny. Tom Curran, of Buclitel, was in Logan Sunday. Will Wcltzell was in Colum bus Saturday. Miss Hattte Houston spent Sunday in Columbus. Mr. Keth. father of Mrs. Yerges is her guest this week. Herman Triber, of Chilllcothe was in tho city Tuesday. Miss Itoso Wade has returned from her visit in Athens. Miss Nettlo CJino returned to her homo in Toledo to-day. Bruce Dolllson is slowly recov ering from a spell of sickness. Alex Motherwell returned from Columbus on Saturday. Work has been commenced on tho street leading to the depot. Miss Nan McBrido is visiting 3Irs. Ward in Now Lexington. Al Brooke and Jeff Clino each Jost a dog this week by poison. Mrs Fran...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

(OiMlMii fi"" '"V - vwf'j'W"J-" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. NEIGHBORS. "Your namo la Holon: aro you darlc or filrf "Deep blue your oyos, or blnclc as shadows aro That Ho In woods at midnight! Toll mo, swoot, What form you wear large, medium, or potltot I novor saw you, nor you mo, I wcon, And yot our verses on tho sell-sarao shel A13 printed In the last now mngnzlno. I fnln would know, fair neighbor, If your song Camo from tho woodlands, or tho city's throns From mountain fnUncss, or.hosldo tho scat Urcathcd It In chambered solitude, or freo As birds on wing, amidst sorao ylvnn sconef I pray you grow acquaint, and lot us bo Neighbors In thouehl as In tho magnzlno. So may I aslt IC you aro deeply bluo (As to tho hoso, I moan), or Just n true, llrlghtllltlo woman nothing Bostonoso Whoso song Is sung without n thought to ploaso Alight but tho slngorf May I read tnHw con Tho linos, and ask suoh things as these, Hoping they'll print thorn In tho mngazinor Did hope doferrod that (s th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

iBimnni ADVICE TO YOUNG MEN. It I Ktcdlnit, lint Tlin WhoSfoodl, Will Vriilmlily Not Tnko II. Don't mlstuko notorloty for famo. Do not lot oMiurs spund tho mono . you earn. Don't do work unworthy of you II you can avoid it. Don't say "I am a pontlonian;" It Is novor nocosssnry. His loyal to death to thoso who havo bofrlondud you. Whon you assist tho needy don't do it ostentatiously. Sllonco is tho best weapon to use nffnlnst a vulgar and spltoful tongue. In ninoty-nino eases in a hundred the man you wish dead ouf.lives you. Don't introduce a lady's naino when you wouldnt inlroduco tho lady. Don't count much on friendships formed in cafes. They never turn out woll. ltomembcr impertinence isn't wit, any moro than insolonco is brilliancy. If young mon will not boliovo in thomsolvcs. no man or woman can bo liovo in them. Don't indulge in tho luxury of stronR opinions in tho prescneo of your oUIom and betters. If you haven't tho moral courago to laugh nt sneorers, then you are anothci of...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 July 1889

ttmnmnnmi iwmiff'i'i i u 'I I'm1-. '-iU-lJ1 LJirUL)J.iMmm'i.iajjeLUH ui UUWHm'wiisiui sijnina uimiiii mwpmhw tf.llHil I w Admiral Porter's Bruce. Dog "Dopi linv licun fuS'orilca with tho iirimtrul nil Ills life, mul within jtheptigt twenty ye:ii-$, or sineo Yinilcltifr Washington his lioncl-ttimii-jters, liefs owned nolcssllutu twenty-two. J3ut IJr.uuu etrly In his enreor our nod tho highest ltteo in his ,iiinstpi''s vvHrd by one of those feats X)f sanity which scows to provo that animals sowotimes reason, and thut, too, ofton wore wisely than their recognized nion f.al superiors. Admiral Tortor had a little .grandson who lived near a deep and rapid watpr course about ,tventy-live feet wide. The stream was crossed by a narrow plank. ,One day tho Uttlo fellow who was (but three years) of age, attempted tho perilous crossing alone. There was no one there to warn him ,of tho dnngqr.or prevent his but the dog. .Jteulizlng tho child's peril jBrjitco ran to him and catching hold of his dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

.-A. nf-H' 'WL W1 T - "'THE'omOD'EiSJcRAT' UOB OFFICE. Tl-ft? JrlrL LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AM PAPER IK THE YALLEY, E More Hews for Less Money, l All Kinds of Job I'rluthiy Jionc J iAI&l'ZJtzzAlL&AS J YOL. IV. NO. 4. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1880. TERMS, 81.50 PEE, YEAR. St.ffrH.Wf!' Democrat. f . THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. Cash Capita!, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Fouv Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doch il crnornl hanking liuslni fis. Kurulini DinflH nml HtcniiiBlilp Ticket itir snlo ut low cut rates. OFFICII, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. I.AWltKNCK A. CUI.VKII, l'lClllll'llt. Ur.imni: W. I'ui.i.kn, Vlro l'rcst. Ukuiikn 1). Cui.vkii, Cimhlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OUrO. Oliiee Hours from !)a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. Joint. Walker, J'resldeiit. CIiuh. li.llowcn, Cash lev. PocKn coucrnl hnnlclnj; Imnliicsi, rcrolvwi cUhiiIIh. tllMMiitnts impcr, uml liuys mid suIIk Kyl-Iiiiuki'. QST-IIANK In coiitiiil room In tlio Jhii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

wtonftOfiiWiriw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOO AN OHIO CURRENT TOPICa John Wanamakeii's llfo 13 Insured for S1,000,000. It will rcqulro 00,000 cars to haul off: tho Kansas wheat. Tun Southern crop of watermelons Is caid to ho enormous. TorEKA Is going to try vitrified hrlclc on ono of Its strcots. An English syndloato Is now aftor Amorlcan restaurants. Theue aro ton Indian training schools in dlfloront parts ot tho Union. Floiiencb NinirrtNaALi: Is now slxty ilno years ot ago and an Invalid. The forty-two-star flag will not be legal until not Fourth ot July. A 3IATMMOMAL cr.170 lias btokon out imong tho roy.il families ot Europe. Base-hall has takon a strong hold imong tho Indians in tho Noithwcst. London consumes 10,000 tons ot loo lally during Its vory brief hot season. A Philadelphia drug store's best tooth powdor customor has falso tcoth. P. T. Baiinum's circus and monagcrlo will sail for England about October 12. Tjieue Is a mov oment in Canada to abolish tho wearing of black for mourn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

WI5EN LANGUAGE FAILS. Thcro Is nnhour when langungo falls, "VVIiti pooch la poworlcii to Impart ' , Thu dopth of crlof Mil vrrotohodncfcs 'Dint Bfrltnloi tho liontti Tho lips tiro closod In dumb dospalri A shadow on tho faco appears! Ard through tho sllenco hroalts alono Tho olbquonco of tears. Thcro Is an hour when lnngunge fnlls To tell tho joy thntstlra the blood, Anrtaonds It rushing through the volns I. iky to :i spring tltno lloodt Tears for tho mastery oontend. And wrestle nt tb'o gates nulillo. But gladness triumphs In tho end With Its oxprosslvo amllo. O mftro than words nro nmllos and tours And !Ir1i9, that from the hoart' dcop woll Arise, and to tho nttcntlvo ear Their Into of sorrotf toll; For us, whon shatter! by tho storm, Ench flower Its porfumo sroot exhales So does tho sympathotlo heart Kospond whon language falls, THE EDEN OF TIGERS. Trio of Enoountoro With Torror of tho Junglo. tho Mnn Eaters Arc Tlrnsts Thnt Do Not Iin- provn Upon C'losn Acquaintance, IThllo Thry...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

ri ji 'uattoMWii ZTi&ri &!: Ii l''(t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.w.uREnM, A.. H. Wilson, Froprlotol Editor. SATURDAY. JULY, 0 1SS!) Entered at the Post-ojjlce at Logan as Second-class matter. PuiHoortiliu County Ticket. Common Pleas Judge JOSEPH 0. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM V. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, ShorllT. PANIEL W. WRIGHT, Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'HARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Inllrinnry Director. PIJIIIP JIANSEL, Reform the Trust. tho Tariff ami destroy Tub way to reduce is to Tanner it. the surplus Whehi; are who, Jast fall, Harrison and High Tariff. tho laboring men were bundling for Ciyiii Service is a dead letter in the practical working of tin's ad ministration. Congress will most probably repeal tho law. The Republicans of tills Sena torial District announco Logan tho place and Aug. 10th. as tho time for holding their convention. Thk probability that all four of tho new States wjll be Democratic is no....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

Tt-X- .I,: tNjg4nltfJnJPWtf-iM 'ftW&TnTTfSfVfVf 27is paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, I!l. L. WILSON, Cltu Editor. ItAIN. Ulnckborrlca nro ripe. Leo Cresup was at homo Sun day. Four prisoners aro confined In tho county Jail. Jim Titlor, of Lancaster is visiting In Logan. IT. F. Hasting returned from Toledo Tuesday. John HlasiiiB is confined to tho liouso by sickness. A. E. Huls, of Rockbrldgo was in Logan Tuesday. A. E. McGrath, ofMcArthur was in the city Friday. Mrs. Chas Kienle, of Columbus is visiting friends in Logan. --Ed Davenport with tho aid of crutches can get down street. Sirs. Worry Gago is visiting her parents in Now Lexington. Miss Tilllo Schleckman of Lancaster is visiting her parents. Miss Bertha Morris, of Xenin, O., is tho guest of Miss Edna Cresap. Miss Rose Hammond of Lan caster visited In Logan this week. Myron Pond gave a pic-nic for his Sunday school class on Tnes day. Mr. Nelson, of Wooster Is visit ing tho Harr...

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