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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

. l! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SUNDAY MORNING BATTLE. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. England litis 8500,000,000 in our roll ways. Chaiu,e9ton (S. O.) la to havo u grand boulovard. Pmr.ADr.T.riiiA has Sunday concerts in tho parks. Tut: American oystor is bolng intro duced in Sweden. A sixoi.i: watermelon patch in Georgia contains 800 acres. Anaconda has boon solcctcd as the capital of Montana. Oklahoma territory is to ho divided into twolvo counties. Qur.i:x Victokia is said to ho very anxious to mako a visit to India. Mit. and Mks. Gr.ADSToNn havo passed Jhoir goldon wedding annlvorsary. O.VE-rouitTit of tho Virginia wheat crop has boon ruined by heavy rains. Dit. Naxsbx, tho oxploror, says that iho Ico in Groonland is 0,000 foot thick. John Astoii of Now York worth 53,000,000 gots $9 a week cigar-malting. The Urltish Govornmont has decided to incrcaso tho military forco in Egypt. And now comes tho serious announce ment that tho Florida orango crop is a failure Nr.w Yomc is gottlngup a tromo...

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. — 10 August 1889

V w w i. 1 V7 anamtrmmam BWMHIWHIIWW UUM1ULI UWiSHIWIMW WOnDS OF CHEER. Ah I weary mothor, rouml whoso evonlngohalr Hrlght faoes ohutor, to do wnthoit nnd klssod, You'ro most too tlroit now to hear tho prayor By baby volcoi, In tho twilight, Uspcill "You searco can read your dally pnRo aright, You simply voloo a longing cry for rot. But, weary mother, ohoor thoo up, to-night I bring tho grootlngs, ice are truly bloat I Yos, truly blest, that wo can worl and pray For thoso wo lovo, howovor hard tho tailt. Sumolont strength U promitod day by day: No hotter gjft my grateful htnrt can bsIc. How many chlldron creep to bcik to-night, By mothor hearts tinlorod and uncarossedf .Alii wcarv mothers clasp your troisuros tight, Thank Ood, bo happy, Inow that yo'i aro blest. Mrs. Mary Fclton, In Good Hous.lkooplng. OMENS OF DEATH. Signs That Herald tho Approaoh of tho Kinar of Torrors. Superstitious Customs In Vnrlnus I'laoes OonroriiliiB tho Disposal of tho llond Nearly Kvery Ordlnnry .let l're...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

""SK?-' if -n,-- rrr ' i i taszx .wjnwwvpwwiiMiwmtii ICWiWIIWWWWlWIOWtWIitX Mjr;nmjiiiiiffwiPTi'rffnrtEain idhimiw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.URF.nM. A.. H. Wilson, Proprlotot Editor, Filtered at tticJ'ost-oJlec at Logan as Sccontl-c.lasx matter. pemoerutio County Ticket, Common Pious Judge JOSU1MI O. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIltGIL C. LOWRY. ltcprosonlntive. WILLI AM 1 PRICIO. Auditor. KELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. JMNIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. IvRIEG. Recorder. ,IAVI1. M. O'lIARE, Coronor. DANIEL HEFT. infirmary Director. PHILIP J1ANSKL. tlio Democracy n most cordial wclcomo to their beautiful city on tlmt auspicious occasion, There Is every prospect of n tremendous outpouring of the people of tlio states into Dnyton on tlio 27tli. The convention will. be held in the rink which will be handsomely and ap propriately decorated. The neces sary funds havis already been sub scribed, and the various local com mittees report tlmt everything Is progressing satisfactorily. . The board of ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

t.Sii.jg;u!; wiimj -.n ..! iyimJrtWHMWW rmirt.pfo illilw....ltfeififflKi8t?i(ln-1-! ",f"""iM "'" -- aaeffisg-j'"-;1 -t jLfl.. j.j if,i . i, ii h ; 7'u".t paper (oca to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, wiuiimifimiw El). Tj. lriZSOX, City Editor. Valedictory. I liavo resigned my position as city editor of tho Dhmoukat nnd shall seolc a more lucrative situa tion in a now field. During my journalistic career on tills paper my ono great aim and work has been to assist in placing it among tho first in the land and tho kindness and encouragemont I liavo always received at your hands has lent force to my endeav or's, and crowned my efforts with success. Kegrotting as I do to leave you, .T bid you farewell, trusting that I may, at somo future time, moot all the old friends of (he Democjiat and a host of new ones. Truly Yours, En. L. Wir.sox. James P. Burritt has received a pension. The Lancaster Camp Sleeting is in progress. Tim Evans, of Zanesville, is in Log...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

'rw-rvtB5 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN OHIO "BEYOND THE HILL." Xong. long ngo, whon Hfo wns swoot, .And days nltli love nnd hopo replete. 1 lloil where shade nnd sunshlno nicot, Hostile a, rill I used to g.iz. ,vltli wondering eyes, Auiv to whoro tho hlll-topi rise "Whcio, bonding low, the purplo sltlcs Carossed tho hill Tho liluo rim ot tho liori7on, Tho vnulted skies nt rest thereon. And over all, tho jellow sun Poured mellow light. My fancy, with n strange unrest, Wont often to the far olf crest Of hills low-lying toward tho west, With eager flight. What strange now thlng3 bojond might hldol Jlvwo.ldso nnrrow-tb.il, howwldol "What was It on tho other sido? I questioned still. Till one sad day, my restless feot Wont out ncross tbo meadow sweet Went gayly out, tho world to greot. Beyond tho hill. How long I Journeyed where I loft The blue bills which tho dlstnneo cleft. Or how, orwhon, of hono bereft, I do not know. The way lod through a weary night, And o'er my spirits fell n blight; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

Mtj,it1"f"'""r- -tuiinWMMiiniiii.iiHmiill tliTpftfftflF&t ,j.-CS.. n& I I! 5' 1. ABOU: FINGER NAILS. PomoUeornl Infnrmntlmi Concnrnlni; Tlielt Tritmuiit mill J"ntiirc. Tlio avorago rnto of growth of the finger nails hns boon estimated at one millimetre, or two-ufths of a lino per voolc; a rato qiiadruplo that of tho loo nalla, which roqulro four weoks to grow thoBamolong'.li. TIiIb growth continues with Httlo variation, ovon during dls oaso, but tho portion of tho null then formed is thlmior, and doflciont in strength. In sudd on and acnto dlsoaso't, and In thoso nccotnpnnled with extreme debility, this attenuation Is sulllclont to mark tho nails with deep transverse grooves, tho upper surfaeo of which Is abrupt and clearly marked. In scrofu lous subjects, tho9o marks, together with peculiar variegations, aro very commonly observable Kxtromo tinxl ty and mental depression have tho samo oITcct on tho nails as physical dls oaso. It is interesting to watch tho history of acaso ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

tffx wmrwi wgw KWTIHHI i "fll f II W yffpwwwi,gy"tlll"MHrll ""' fTfrt"11 MW1 ' . t 1I"W PWW'l MBH.1tM fill JUT IH1rH IHW!.'B"T"'mT1W W i h'S NOTES. JIo itft'nnrter.s Along Tho U,lioii$ HIizu Among tjio Foil nisi ins. iThc I'roiiiliient I'roih IV Ii o n re 4JI ip- liijr :il IIIm Iliiisso-'Oiir Milliliters Klcpml Haiti Iti'iuliiuil Kniumi- sivi It!iMH--TJ I.or.nl Vltl,c;i for lliu I'lnln OrnJiT, Pauis, .lulyfl, 188!). I ditto tills flu otli of July lii'cniwi yostunluy whs tho Fourth. J ci'lulintlml It in ,n qukt way. Flrucrat'ki'rsnri' liunl lo kvI lii'ri', i'spi'1'inlly if ono does not roiully spunk tho l:iii;iitif;i. I tried to jji't ii packiiKH lint nftar ,ji :ront trouble and a general u Jiuaval ol'tihoulder", 1 only suui'tn'il eil in K-'ttii) 7" t-uiitimi.' worth of .soda fraekcrs. Tlio frret tower, liniiilKOim-ly III utnlnated in honor of the day, in .jtho colored lire, rockets, etc., at the height of nearly 1,0(10 feet, was one of tho grandest sights J huvo ever witnessed. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

1,V3Fm'8f'" iff" p-1 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION EJOB "OFFICE. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. I All jihiih ojfftoh rrlHfiml none I "" at J.O iriiS'Ji PlitVlS. 5 &AAAAAAAAMtAA.AAAAAAAAM.AAAAJ More News for Less Money. 2 A U IS. AAAA A tAAIAJVA A.l AAVA VOL. IY. NO. '8. LOGAN. O., SATttKD'AY, AUGUST 17, 1880. TMMS, 8 J .50 PER YEAR. J f TBT TUT aj v m ' mi Th . v 'l w i'j"""t tfft AST wNv x 'ii fffk. jv- "y ' w a I- :B, -Lj--- -1111 Vl 8 LTV hf if MJ A I R.fl IM !.,.! ... .. rA .AW Vu ra ! H VI tV ' MN AI7 4 1 V IK V.l iW M ' i i tin. kj I , !". v 1 J, JTHE PEOPLES'.BANK or i.o 6 an.' Cash Citpltnl, 950,000.00. Deposits quuitrc'rl by Individual Liability ol'ovur Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dooi n tjonernl bnnltlim bn.lni'M. Foreign Drafts mill Htc.itiiKlilp TIckctM for sale ut low ohI rules. OPJ'HJi:, Itbom No. 6, Opera House. Tjawiik.nci: A. Cui.vkh, l'lvKldent. Ui:uit(ii: W. I'ui.t.KN, Vlro Pre.!. Hi:uiinN I). Ci'i.vmt, Uiisblor. THE FIRST BANK tl'tvi. OF LOG AX, Oi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

1 y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Lnr.AN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Mkxico Is to have nn oxposltlon in '03. k ' A woman won tho prlzo at Vienna for shorthand writing. Tiik ilros, llko tho floods, thi3 yoar aro on an oxtonslvo scnlo. Tun tho town of Lee, Mo., has neither lawyor, doctor nor minister. An oleotrio motor has boon applied to running hrushos used in grooming horses. Massachusetts in Novombor next will glvo tho Australian voting systom a trial. A rilvK lino to convoy spa water from Saratoga to Now York City is tho latest project Noimnvr.sTjinN pcoplo talk soriously of tho project of a railroad from Spokano Falls to Alaska. SnNATOit SnnitMAN is said to havo bocoroo a skillful chess player slnco ho A'ont to Europe. Ilnnoic-sizci) monumontal statues of Grant, Sheridan and Farragut aro to .o put up in lioston. A TuiiTr.E weighing 300 pounds is on oxhlbition at Mexico, Mo. It wa3 hatched in Toxas. Athens, Ga., has a cow that walked on tho cross tics over atrcstlo 05 feothigh and ICO yards long....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

I ,-T.C 'T7.TX 't- UMitmmmmmaim 4-m- iwjwitriiiwaAamaijrHwrif F(MUJV)mJWJiiwjTj LOVE IS LIGHT. "At ovontldo It hU bo light." My lllllo Rlrl. so brsiTO by any, Grows timid fti tha shadow full. I can not ohnrm hor fours away; My reasons livo no forco nt nlL Bhe ploada, with all ht.' oiilldlsh might, That Bho mny havo a light. I culm hor fours, and stroke her hnlr; I toll hor of the ingots near Of Goil, whoso Ioto Is everywhere, ' And Christ, to whom each child Is dootr. She "hears, but only clasps mo tight, And bogs me for a light. But whon I say It can not bo. And strlvo to mnko hor undorstnnd Just why, sho rrmkos another ploa That I will stay and hold her hand, ShowhUpors, as wo kiss good-night: "That's hotter than a light." And thus, contont, sho falls aslcop. My clasp grows closor on her hand; Musing: God doth Ills wisdom keep In childish lips. I understand That, In that other, darkor night, Tls Ioto that makes It light. J, too, havo shrunk In childish dread From that dumb darknes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

r"gHSff" "TBC TTC-'afgwTr "& T'JUIHIUSv $$&. r. rfaFaBiBwaiisari. mitwiswww;ws ' ..-saws S51 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, AUGUST, IT, 1889... S?S! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BKEHM. Proprlotol A.. H.Wilson, - - - Editoi, JCn tcred at the l'oxt-officc at Login ! as Second-class matter. Democratic County Ticket. Common Picas Judga JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN, Sunator, VIRGIL 0. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. PANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'HARE, Coroner. PANIEL JIEtT. Inflrmnry Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Oun County Executive Commit tee mnintnins a position of masterly Inactivity. It has not organized yet, Tub principal office of the Col lector of Internal Revenuo for this district will bo located atChillicotlic durhig tho Harrison administra tion. Tin: Republican Senatorial con vetinon on last Saturday, was n very quiet affair. Gen. Grosvenor furnished the wind and Charles Townsond was nominated by nc clamat...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

'"WERtf ,5FWJf7&WW - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 17, 1889. a This paper goes to press tlS cfolook Friday evening, i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, --Dills tiro out for tlio next county Fair. W. II. Turner lias como back from Oklahoma. T.S. Floyd, of Salt Crook wns. in town this week. Mrs. Mack Culumbcr is re ported seriously ill. L. Grcon and fiunllyrvialteffcin iZnnosvlllo this wcok. yt Miss Ida Brehtn Is" vIMtlng relatives nt Amanda, O. Gust Smith has rottirnccl to the Cincinnati Medical College., Augustus Raymond of Gibi eonvillo was hero yesterday. Oliver Wright was at Buchtol Thursday on legal business. Will Weltzel mndo a business visit to London, O., Thursday. Dr. Irwin of South Perry was in town on business yesterday. B. K. Tritsch is building anico frame dwelling house on Oak St. Daniel Heft Jr. has just return ed from a visit to Morgan county. Lafo Warner and daughter Gertie Visited at Ada O. this week. Tho minor children of George Cook, dee'd, havo been pensio...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

- r wymr'r-mtf),'mjiifnfrnir ft THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. tOOAN, OHIO. THE COWBOY IN THE EAST. Tlio Indians ho slashed and fmshod will slapped and alow and slaughtered i Ilo'd boot nnd shoot tho howling lite, who iQiicnlrd and rcoled and tottorcd; Ilo'd bang nnd vrhang at ovory gang of robbor nnd mnraudor, Tho horso thief strung on tho limb ho hung, npd thus kopt law and order. In over? lltfht big luclc ho struck and novcr mot disaster! In glon and den, 'mid brutes and men, ho novor found n muster! No gush or slash could ever dash against his front terrific, No too could stand his red right hand that slugged 90 scientific. Tho rnttlesnalto ho punchod nnd crunched! ho overthrew tho bison j , He sought and fought nn awful lot each boast 'ncath tho horizon. No EC.ir or Jar could ovor mnr, no harm could o; cr get him, Dut nantof brenth and speedy death o'crtoolc all things that met him I Dut to tho town ho enmo for fame, ho moved Into tho city; Ho fell, ah well I I grlovo to tell tho pity 1 oh...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

f- .. i(. AMONG THE ESQUIMAUX. Dtflloultlr In in Wiiy of Gettlnc Ootid l'lctiires at Tliom. Tho Esquimaux of Arotlo Siborlrv ro bo oliy of a crttnont that I found It vory tJIfllcult to Rot. Rood pictures of thorn. It Interested them to wntch tho oporn ilon whan sailors werp botng plioto graphod, but thoy could not bo Induced to undergo tho ordoul thomoolvoB. Hut tis my enmora was n "dotootlvo," I got dozons of plcturos without arousing tholr 6iiporstltloun dread. Occasionally a natlvo that had dono service ns a sailor, would bo willing to stand for his picture, but tho results In such In stances woro not satisfactory. Tho striking Esquimau characteristic which I wanted most I did not got After long experimenting I found it most satisfactory to sit on tho carpon tor's bench, hold my camora on my Unco, and wait for subjects; and I never hnd to wait long, for by tho tlmo our anchor vns down, tho natives would bo nlong-sldo with their canoos nnd swarm on board. First, thoy would get a d...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 August 1889

I- , r -,r r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATUJRDAT, AUGUST, 17, 1889. wf FULL OF FUN, They liroko ri iniin'a will In New ..florsoy IhojDthct". dny by pro'vliiff that )io always walked upstair.! Instoutl of tfilslti"; an olovnloi. - 'llrlilo "(tQorgc, dear, When wo roudil Iqwii li'l us try to iivold loiivlug lho Impression tliut wo aro nowly- inarrlen. ah r trni, aimm you uin luir this valise." Nobrnska btato Journal Stout Lady- "Sir. I beg .Hint you will desist from follQwlui; mo, or I mon eau a ronsiamo. rers HriuK tranSor-"I'r1iy don i ony bo. Its he only bit of shade In tho wholo parlc. Iddousmuehforyon. but. my shadow 4su't worth moullpiilnj;." 1'loK.o- ,!' l no aiow u hum, (,in front oi a jmaroio-yaru, in wiucn inero is a line granito monument; winvt im it, j.tiyr iiir. ouiiua. -111111, jumiiuii, is a Scotch granite monument" Tho Widow O'llura. "Shuro an pi tho't It wiis snslgn-mat'j in if, glass c.iso." J'uek. Mttlo Son "I'apa, whon llrutus said tlio ltoman Senators woro all lion- orab...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

,-wn g'WttiM't'a w-yuM? &mk-i aifl f -vHg.'t- 'wynn TfF ill ii n .i.Nyii .LHIIjhltftHlrtllffl1tliHWilliff1 W V ? ( i ti ' ' ' y'j c : THE OHIO DEMOCRAT J wwvwvwrvwww www wV LARGER CIRCULATION J J THASAHY PAPER IN THK VALLEY. More, News for Less Money,? TERMS, SI. 50 FEU-.YEAB. hJOB OFFICE.. g .JH Ktoidft of Job JPrhitbinJDonc ; af 7, 0 irA'ST Pit ICES. YOL. IV. NO. 9. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1889. ;-xi The Ohio Democrat . V THE PEOPLES BANK OP LOOAN. Cash Capital, $110,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual - Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Hops n RPiipral bnnklnc bimlut'sii. Foreign DrurtH mul HteiuiiNhlp Tloltota for snlo nt low nt rnti'H. OITIOE, Itoom No. G, Opera House. iAWjiukck A. Cur.vr.u, 1'renlilent. OK.uitnt: W. rui.i.itx, Vice Treat. Ucuur.N I). Cu.vkii, CiiHlilcr. DO NOT TREAT NO LONGER ALL GREEN. THE FIRST BANK OV LOOAX, OHIO. Ofllce Hours from ! ti. in. to ! p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'vcnldent. i Cihh. Ii. Bowcti,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

f5SESj?B? Ml f-raw-pn HM" W THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Wichita, Kan., has forty-two wo men's clubs. Trrn guava crop In Florida this year will bo Immense Utah lins a colony composed of natlvos of tho IlawaUan Islands. Oscah Wn.ur. wears a flannel shirt embroidered with flowers. A thee was out down atOrtlng, W.T., that mcasurod RIO foot long. Euhope Is now agitating tho question whothor to rcmonotlzo sllvor. An Immonso deposit of mineral soap has been found near San Dlcgo. Mim.ii: Honey and John Sweet wcro married In Cincinnati a fow days ago. PitEsmr.NT Caiinot, of Franco, Is a lltorary man by lnhorltanco and habit. Piiincess Louise's wedding jowolry alono was ostimated as worth 200,000. Soutiieiin California is ilgurlng on a honoy crop of 2,000,000 pounds this sea son. London has a gli4 barber, four years old, who shaves flvo mon in thirty min utes. A woman at Trenton, Kas., soized and iold four of hor neighbor's chlldron for debt. Tin: valuo of tho Columbia rive...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

f W fV Vkffliyiii t.taajtjmuMjnj . .sVUBBSJL mimjmmMmawtxmmifftipmwmv4'iimiimmrim.mmfwnrrmMK'mMiUKw e V REFORM THE TARIFF. A Dootrlno Tlmt' Should Do PcMUtently rrnnolietl In tho New West. In this political off-year tho Ro publican managers, wlion not ran sacking tho Government departments for spoils, nro devoting tholr atton tton to tho four now Statos of tho Northwost. Tho campaign, which will ctoso on Octobor 1, promises to ,bo of absorbing Interest. If by a sudden and unoxpoctod turn of tho political whcol'thc now States should chooso Domocratlo lloprosontatlvos and Domocratlo Legislatures tho Eopub llcnns would And tliomsolvos In tho minority in both housos of Congress. Prosldont Harrison has botrayod ox tromo solicltudo in regard to tho con tost, and Chairman Quay has callod into frequent consultation Clarkson, Dudloy and othor manipulators of elections to consldor tho best moans of saving tho now Statos. At tho outstart it Is folt by tho Re publican manngors that tho mothods ...

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. — 24 August 1889

M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. AUGUST. 2-JL 1880. llU ULhSl mtMiMiliWWW juuii -x.j m-nmtuvmrvrrm'Hiu.'mmwrmmimm r tnmtiJFxrivWTMjmfMfWPuwnnrim:neriimvnmM-3r u,w4mirtw 7jnwvroiiryvw.MT T7f-r7'i,i w w wfwj 1 1. xw T"5yM 1 t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BBBHM. l'ropilotot Editor. A.. H. Wilson, - - Entered at thc.Paat-ojIlce ut Loran an Set'oiul'dass matter. Democratic, County Ticket. Common Picas Jiulu .JOS12P1I G. HUFFMAN. Sunutor, VIRGIL 0. LOWIIY. Koprcsontntlve. WILLIAM P. IMtlCE. . Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. PANIELW. WUIG1LT. Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. .DAVID. M.O'IIAHE, Coroner. ' ' DANIEL HEFT. InHrniary Director. PIITLIP HANSEL, eve of a stampede. Forakv-r litis been sowing the air ami yelling, lint lie lias stirred no onlliiiHlasm. The colored lirotlior U really In open revolt. Al Columbus nn or ganization has boon l'ornu'il to np poHO Fornkor, and nl a meeting lipid Thursday night, the Demo cratic caiullduto for sheriff in Franklin county, was- endorsed. Th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 24, 1889. RTWWJftTTWPHjar : h I i i ITMs paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCBAT LO0AL NEWS, Mort Smith is vltdllngnthoiiic. "Will Moore wns nt Lancaster Suiulny. Wm. P. Iloft was in Columbus this week. Dr. Mansfield wusntLancnstor "Wednesday. Miss Anna Doylo is suffering: malarial fovoi Bruco Dollison left this morn ing for Chicago. Miss Pet Iloploy returned homo yesterday. Straitsvillo nnd Winchester play this afternoon. John Itizor of Perry Tp., was in town yesterday. Mrs. Cad Wolf, nee Murphy, is visiting relatives here. George Gage is posting bills and advertising the Pair. Tho Institute closed yestcrdny. The attendance was fair. Bcv. D. C. Thomas was in the city this week some days. Tho health of Mrs. Judgo Acker is not improving any. Geo. Muniford was up from Brashoara one day this week. Miss Bertha Myers, of Colum bus is visiting Gertie Warner. Mrs. Lucy A. Crawford has been quite ill for several days. Mr. It. I...

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