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

j THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 2, 1889. hwww "ttypay)yWfffri" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, JJ.W.BRBHM. A.. H. Wilson, Proprlctol - - Editor. Entered tit the Post-office alLoyun (is Second-class matter. puiuourntic State Ticket. Vor Governor, JAMES 10. CAMPBELL. For Lieutenant-Governor, "WILLIAM V. MABQUIS. For Slate Treasurer, WILLIAM 10. HO DEN. For Attorney General, JESSE M. LEWIS. For Judge of Supremo Court, MARTIN 1). FOLLETT. For Member Hoard Public Work., FRANK REYNOLDS. For Statu Commissioner, of Common Schools, CIIAItLlOS U. MILLER. For Clerk of Supreme Court ISRAEL J. C SHUMAKIOR. HLMOUKATIC JUDICIAL TICKHT. ATri:.i)tho eloution Tuesday. Voti:s are the peoples power. Votk .... ....... ..i...i f mi iiLnuiuiuwuii tic ticket. Denioum- Go to the election and voto the whole ticket. on Tuesday Democratic Voti: -'No" on all thwio of thu proposed amendments to the constitutions. FouAKKii has said, that, "there aro only one hundred decent Dem ocrats In Ohio." For Common Pleas Judge ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

THJfl OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 2,-1889. i v? U'his paper goes to jives at 8 o'clock Friday cvaWny. , " - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Tho email jury 1ms not yet ad journed. Chus Bowlby wusln Cincinnati Inst week. Mrs. 13. C. Ruber is visiting in Circlovllle. P. J. Canty was in Indian opolls tliis week. Lnwrcnco Kosslor is very sick aufferliiK with Astbinn. Jerome Sliuw was mnde foro man of the Grand Jury. AinosKtlno of Laurel town ship was in town Thursday. Court convened on Monday, with Judgo Friosncr on the bench. Dr. Finnoy is in Pittsburgh whore ho will bo for some days on business. John W. Williams is n candi date for Land Appraiser in Greon township. John Notcstono whom wo re ported sick last week is around all right again. L. J. Burgess, Esq., of Colum bus was in attendance at Court, here, Tuesday. Mrs. L. C. Wright and daught er, of San Diego, Caj., aro visiting lrlends in Logan. J. N. Kessler, Geo. Work and GustSteinman were at Zanosville Thursday of this week. A....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

mp"r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. tOGAN, OHIO GOOD-BYE. Bott rail the moonlight's silvery rnyj. Oll-itcnlng tho crest of tho wnvolots dunclnei Fair Is tho maid, by tho shore who strays, Gliwlness and hopo from her bluo oyes glancing Now, che Is ncarlng tho trystlns tree, Fcon her true lovo sho's fondly grootlng. Llttlo she thinks as tho momonts lleo, This Is to bo their farowoll meeting. Bart would tho heart be, oh, bitter thoslRh, Cculrt wo know when wo're bidding a lost good bye. No longer the moonbeams gild tho tide. Athwart tho sky is tho lightning gleaming. Tho youth has sailed from his promised brldoj Safe In her homo she is sweetly dreaming, No dread forobodlngs disturb her sleep; Peaceful sho rests on hor snowy pillow) Her loo tho while, where tho surges swoop, Lies cold and still 'ncath tho fo.imlns billow. Sad would tho heart bo, oh, blttor tho sigh, Could we know when wo'ro bidding olast good. bje. .All through our lives wo aro dropping frlonds, llldillnp good-byo without thought o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

'ITWIIMWMKXHIHW THE DAIRY. Bonn straw, cut just boforo rlpon Ing, but whon tbo bcatiB nro forinod, mid steamed, malcos a lino food for a cow. Whon you brood up your herd your nolghbors will soon want to buy somo of your Btoelt. Brooding up pays In sovcral ways. Western llural. Food pwoot and nutritious food to tbo cows at all seasons of tho your. Musty bay, and ofT flavored food aro not tbo matorlnl out of whloli to malco good milk and buttor. Many n man would learn heaps about tbo needs of a calf If bo could study tho attontlons of an oxporloncod and Intelligent mother to her baby. Tbo calf is u baby, and If wo expect it to maturo proporly, it must bo proporly cared for and fed in a way that will furnish it thomatorlalto make growth. A praoticnl test will conviuco tho dairyman who has tried it that bis cows uro capable of consuming and di gesting a much larger amount of food thnn tho usual allowance Experi ments of this kind will soon donoto which of tho cows pay host by noting whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

-; -.it- mmmtammmmm itm mm t mtiuj lui j Hi More About Black Diamond Joe and His Side PnrtneivCol. E. A. Boono, the Ituilroiul Shark nud Schemer. Post of tho Governor's Lottor Indorsement of tho of Fraud Taken From tho Prospectus With Those of Cappcllor. A rtney C'hnplcr In tlio (llgnntlc Jlnllrond Swindle. The exact rolntion Governor Forakor bears to tho notoiious Mack Diamond railway schetno Is plainly shown by tho following letters taken irnm tho pros pectus of theso roads. Tills prospectus is a handsomely printed volumo of about 00 pages. n ncl purports to give tho reasons why capitalists, largo and small, can tlnd no hotter Investment for their money than ltoono's lilr.uk Diamond railroad stock. Among tho first ovidencos of tho prosperous condition of tho company and tho reliability of the managers to which tho prospective investor was pointed, is the letter on page fourof this prospectus dated at tho ollico of tho Ohio State Com missioner of Railroads and Telegraphs giving an ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

L ''rTvw"'"v"" II t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 f ,, fJOB OFFICE.! I I All Kind ofoTob Printing Donc JSL. LO mSST 1'JiTCJSS. kAAAMAKAKAAAAAAAAAAAAAA HE VOL. IV. NO. 17 Ohio Democrat f LARGER CIRCULATION I THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j EMore News for Less Money. 3" rJl LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 9, 18H9. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAR. . r '. - " $& m .wi vjw hti?r: f ' y 13 it " J ,, '.T- 3 ,, Si - j, t ; y ':'Af w..' ,' ,;.'"''''' ' '1' ' Jt , t- At1amlSftrrrl!' ' : -' " -r :. ' i.-: WiSI!SjOT&W SBifeMX'SiJBSKWii '' ' r -" - -' - ... .,. 'tBaaxBmatfistmf j BraeftA ssur -.,-.-- s ''"' .-- ' -, ? ,,; EHi 'JifflKSk '.atfS-tt '--. i WU--'. r.V' .. t Wj -TTTir TS ,f "13" V TT7T& .r T xr"NH"Tk A N"T UJK.A.iJ I , ' The' --Campbells have coiiie... '"e come.. Jtlurraa lor jjjjMU EULE and TAEIFF EEFOEM . . ,t ,.., , I- , BfiiijKBUjjaHaBittlMHIIIM,iajiaHllaaHa- HOME, . ,..f . . V. ' " - ' 9 .k. Z"Mi 'Jr'KWt, j . I .iWSv. -A... j.

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

"V,fW!vn"" """&f5' r IUWW1 MWIWLII '1 IHIIIM. 1 I- i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tun "olored pooplo aro loavlng Kansas for Oklahoma. 0.v a' jury at converted ton. Tvi:n-tv-xni: In Pennsylvania, Scdalla, Mo., two mon languages aro spolcon Utah now yiolds 810,000,000 In gold and silver annually. Tun Koyal linking Powder is adver tised in over 0,000 papers. Ninv carpets aro being laid In tho llouso wing of tho Capitol. Tim Florida orango crop this season is istimatcd at 2,000,000 boxes. A time was cut down at Ortlng, AV. T., that moasurcd 1110 feet long. 1'otatoks aro selling In somo parts of Kansas for ten cents u bushel. 1'J!i:sihi:nt Cakxot and Minister Rold havo becomo warm friends in Paris. Tiikhi: aro about six hundred women in Chicago who own and rido bicycles. GuxintAr. IIaum, Pension Commission cv. will bo sixty years old In December. Washington Is making an ellort to havo tho great World's Kair held in that city. It is estimated that American tourists ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

CEONIN MOBDEtt TRIAL. Who Suppllod tho Carlson Oottngo With Furnlturo? Anil Who ,Wn 1 1 .Tim t i'iirclinsct tlio Mysterious Triinlft-Wonvlnp; tlio Woli Around tho Suspects. CutCAno,' Oet. IS. In thoCronln murder trial this mornlntf Nnplor Morelnml, employe of M nun, iho liveryman, tesllllodns to the fnctiof tho hiring tho whlto horso cm tho ovcnlnirof tho murder. A now point wrti reached when lio ile scrlhcd the condition of tho liorso when icturti cd thnt night, nftor hnvlnjr been out n llttlo over two hours, Tho witness said! "Jin win In tho condition of n liorso thnt lnul boon driven very fait for tho length of timo thnt hpwns out." Mrs. Conltlln, nt whoso liouso Ir. Oronlnlnst lived then told tho story of how tho doctor was called nwny from her house on tho night of May 4. Sho said I hat nt 7:20 p. m. n stranger, who seemed nervous nnd cxclloJ, rnng tho door bull, nnd, when sho opened tho door, Inquired for Dr. Cronln. Ho sei. mod very reluctant to enter, but finally did so when...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

"''"P'fWpB THE OHIO DEMOOCRAi CBiVTURPA Y;. ' NOYEHBERv 9m;189. S3?? TT&Zi ii ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BREHM, A.. H. Wilson, PioprUtoi Editor. Entered at the Pott-office at Logan as Second-class matter. JIustud The g. o. p. On! but Townsend la a Hoaglo. Meshus. Burgess unci West, gon tlcmon. OUH King-bird hus knocked the Eagle silly. Oh yea, Hocking County will soon go Republican, 'dont yer know." i Wondkii If Pursoll and Town Bend wouldn't lik'o to arrange for a joint debate, What has beoomo of the mag nillcant 40,900 Republican majority in Iowa. A Democrat for Governor. That Republican victory in "Olo Virgina" is a curious looking thing Mahono dofeated by 30,000 aud as much more as you want. We presont our readers with a full sized Democratic Rooster knowing that the sight of the gal lant bird will gladden tbo Demo cratic heart. When Postmaster Pursoll en gages a laborer it appears that he expects to own him. Godfrey (Frit,) Herzog is a Democrat, who until Tuesday, last, was j...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

-nrtTiSn nirifiTw M.t frB'E OHIO DEMOCRAT SATTTRBAT, NOVeMBEK, 9. 1RR9. tThti paper poe toprctt at 8 o'oWci Friday evening. Attachment. Chnrlos lloso pttf.) noforc O.W . Hrenm. J. Vs. ' P. or Palls Tp., Uock- Pntriek, Clancy ttofU) ,lnc County Ohio. , On tho 16th,lny of October A. D. 18S9 said Justice Issued an order of attachment In tho abovenctlon, for tho sum ofTwenty four dol lars nnd Hcvon ty-nve cents, , 0UA8 IlOBE. Logan O, Nov. 2nd 1SS9, l Ififlf i l 3- 33laFsiaaa:?f T.fF. OHIO DBAfOORAT i v. ? i?; X- '! 'P. M. Floyd was re-elected J. p..of Perry township. The returns show that, Town eend was the "chippie." Townscnd did not want any -debate. It was all bluff. E. G. Martin was elected J. P., in Washington township. Lowry'a majority is about 1200. Verily, he Is no "Ohlppic." i-John Downy came down from Colli tubus Thurduy on a visit-. Mrs. F. C. Rochester has re turned from hor visit to Cincinnati. Andy Crawford, Will Guffney and Lloyd Myers came home to vote, but their votes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

EWIFIBH""1!! ijjf H J miapinmmn jig mpiw ' ill ! i .1 i-l THE OHIO DEBOOIttT. LOfUN, oiiio PREPARING FOR CONQUEST. Hoforo the looking rUss nho Btands And comt'8 her rich nnu rIossv hnlr; Tho golden threads glldo through hor hands And rlpplo o'er her shouldora fair. Wo murk her llnBCVB' nlmblcnoss Tho movement of her supplo waist, Unlll we see oach silken tress Imprisoned In a I'syche twist. Tho bungs upon her snowy brow With gcntlo touch sho smootheth down; Tho work Is dono; sho's roady now To don her most bewitching gown. Tho dress becomes hor charmlnjly, And ol tho fact sho Is nwurc, Hut oft sho turns hcrsolf to sco No crease Its boauty doth Impair. A collar round her swan-whlto neck She fastens snow begirt by snow; With various trinkets doth bedeck Tho charms thnt could their aid forego. Last, tics her beauty to enhance. Around hor tin oat a-lbbon gay, Then gives the glass a parting glanco And to tho parlor takes hor way. Sho enters, radiant as tho morn, When soft tho porfumed ze...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

THE CLYDE WORKERS. , . Their ICn rn In ci Vr Uolow tits Wages Inlct In Amcrtrnu Nlilp-Ynrds. Tho wngos of Bhip-bulldorB of tho Clydo nro muoh loss than thoso of tho hlp-buildora of Amoricn, For con- vonlonco of roforonco I havo mudo up tho following tublo of wngcs botwcon tho two countries, so nonr as I cnn ns- oortaln by inquiries and investigation abroad: On tht American Clyitf. tnrrf. Number of hours 0 nihauri Ship onrponturs 8 .ltW t . an liour Ship Joiners 14 .9.1 an hour KlTotors, H to ?i TOO a 1.00 .31 n 11.00 Plators 1.0.' 2.(i ailay Platers' help""o R7 l.ftnndsy Furnaccincn 2.50 ru'H u ilny Furnncemen'B helpers l.ou l..1mdny General labor 8? l.&nnday Dlnclcsmlths 1.73 CM) nosy From this tablo it will bo scon that wages in tho United States nro far ahead of tho wagos paid on tho Clydo, and tho wngcs of tho Clydo practically fix tho wages of forolgn shlp-buildlng. From this showing it might bo con cluded that as tho shlp-bulldor pays such very low wages ho could produce s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 November 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY", NOVEMBER, 9, 1889. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. v k''S Taxes for. the Year 1889, Cmh Capital, - 60,000.00. 4' Columbus, HOcting Valley and Toledo RAILWAY. TIME CARD, Taking effect May 29, 1889. Central Time. JXroidLcj to Ts&,33y: 25x3k3r3r,ss ouT aEocsJ&ra.gg' 3Q"mLXXtsr9 Ohio. In pursuance of law, I, 11. II. Allen, Treasurer of said County of Hocking and Stuto or Ohio, hereby notify the Tax Payers thereof, that the rates of taxation for tho year A. D. 188!), aro correctly stated In tho following table, showing tiio number of mills and tonth of mllls,'lovied on each and ovory dollar of taxable property in each Township of said County. . Dopoaits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docn a general Imnklnir business. Foreign Drafts nntl Hteamslilp Tickets for Kale nt low est rates. STATE TAX. COUNTY TAX. Township and Village Tax. NORTH BOUND. NO. -3' Dully except Sunday 3 .10 pin 4 24 pm NO. 7 M xod. River Division...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

'; rwwwywTvw jj LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money J All Kinds of Job Printing Donc JL I JL l V JLjL I V l Pj I VI vJ V J JiV 1 t at LOWEST PEWES.' --- - -- -- - .Arf 1. -A- V- A. ..X A. M 9 BtJfcAUftJlAJtA'JJLAAAJkA. VOL. IV. NO. 17 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 16, 18H9. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAK. THE PEOPLES' BANK Taxes for the Year 1889. OF LOO AH, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. In pursuances of law, I, IJ. II. Allen, Treasurer of said County of Hocking and Stato of Ohio, hereby notify tho Tax Payers thereof, that the rates of A. D. 1889, nro correctly stated in the following table, showing tho number of mills and tonth of mills, levied on each and every dollar of taxable property said County. taxation in each for the 5'car Township of Hit; Meat Market ! 9mmmmmimmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmamWRBKKJlfKQmmmmmmmmmmammmmammmmmaimmam 1rW44 j". 4.b. imvww Wm, - i i '"""' - -- - Biwim ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

$ rimwumwu THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, oino. CURRENT TOPICS. fall- Tun oystor trust haa boon killed. Tun crop of indigo in China Is a tiro. Oakland, Csil.i lias a gang of girl foot pads. Miss Helen Gladstone has bocomo a journalist. President Harrison soldom attonds tho theater. Am. Kuropo has ovor 29,000 periodical publications. England has 3,000 periodicals, of which 809 aro dallies. Atiiiiiii of tho deaths In tho Fronch army aro duo to typhoid fovcr. Germany lias 5,500 publications of Which S00 aro dally nowspapers. American wild turkeys havo bcon Bucccssfully acclimatod in Austria. The avcrago salary of tho 54,871 fourth-class postmasters is only S1G3. Seventeen thousand dollars a night aro spent for amusements in Now York City. Secretary Proctor lias earned tho titlo at Washington of tho "silent man." Ax insuranco company conducted by women has been established in Now Orleans. A sixTY-rouND skato was caught with a hook and lino at tho Santa Cruz wharf a fow days since. Prince Bis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

!" M n' OHIO ELECT. James E. Campbell Elected Plurality Trobubly Between 7,000 mid 10,000. Tho KopuMlcaiiR Clntin tlio XIul mica of llio ITlclcot IDetuo- ortitHAVHl 1-Xnvo nSnmll Majority in t do I.eji- lslnliirc. CouiMuns, O., Nov. 7. Election returns Imvo toeon coming In utl day to Kepubllcan head quarters, and as a result tho Democrats havo bad to haul down their claim to ths State ticket. Tho following explains tho situation. Secre tary Doanc, of tho Itopubllcan Stato Executive Committee, said this evening at 10 o'cloclt: "Wo now havo tho returns from the entire Stato, showing tho election of Judge Dlckman, Attornoy-Gcnernl Watson, Stato Treasurer John C. llrown, Member of tho Hoard of Public Works Wm.M.Hahn, and School Commissioner r John Hancock nnd Clcrlt of Supremo Court Hester, by pluralities ranged from 2,(100 to 0,000. lion. E. L. Lnmpson Is, In my opinion, also elected Lieutenant-Governor, but tho raco between him and Mr. Marquis was close, and Mr. Lnmpson's plurality wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATUKDAY NOVEMBER, lti 1889. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O. W.BnEHM. A.. H. "Wilson, Froprlotol Editor. JSntcredat the Vast-office at Logan as Second-class matter. Ofllrliil Vote for Stntc Senator. Tho ofllcinl vote forStnto Sena- ator in this, tho Oth Scnutorlnl District is us follows: TowiiM'ml. Ixiwry. "Wnrrenpr. Athrim mvi aim tin Kalrnelil IMT.-i WJ l'li Hocking itiki twin 18S Totnld M70I vm ma Uiwry'ii plurality llio Tin: count of the vote for Lieut Govornor is completed and Lam- son got tiio position by -11 plurality Now 12 Democrats who fuued to vote will feel like going around tho corner and kicking themselves. Plain Dealer. Tin: official count, just published gives Campbell 10,873 over Foruk rr in tho State; Lamon M over Marquis; Ilolwig had L'O.COl votes and "Rhodes 1,0 IS. Tho amend ments wcro lost, unless it is the biennial elections, which received 51,418 votes more than tliero was cast against it. A test case will bo made whether it is adopted. Had that brut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

7 THE QUID DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 16. 1889. rt This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Gcorgo Eiselo lins returned to this city. Tho hunting season comonced Jnsfc Monday. Rev. Mooro was a visitor in Athens Monday. Court adjourned last Tuesday till next uionday. F. J. Ilarmison was in town a day or two this week. Low McGlll spent Sunday with Ills father-in-law, Jorry Carpenter. Mr. John Wcncr of Columbus was in Logan this week visiting .friends. Tho Democracy of Fairfield Jollified in flne stylo Thursday evening. Geo. Klienschmidthns return ed from Indiana to stay till after the holidays. An increase of pension has been granted to Isaiah Voris and ThomaB Dyson. Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Parker, of Van Wert Co., were in Logan several dayB this week. Wo aro informed that impor tant ehanges in tho running of trains will be made to-morrow. See tho new advertisement of Harmision & Co., this week, in which rare inducements are offered . Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

TSE0HIQBEK903AT, lO", f)TIO. LOVE'S SEASONS. srniNO. I drenracd n dream ot a door, dear lore And a futuro of porfoot lilts. ?t a useful llfo, and a darling wife a cheer me on with n Itlss. And stralghtwny out of my droam thoro roso A countcnanco puro and swoot; With a voloo full of love, and In notes of a dovo, Sho sang as 1 lay nt her feet. 1 gavo her my llfo. my hoart, my all, And vowod that with hoavenly aid I'd bo loyal and truo our wholo llfo through. And sincere wcro those promises mado, SUM M Ell. Wo met by chanco on a summer's day, Near tho shores of the sparkling lake, Like a flash came the themo of my youthful dream O'er my mind, nnd my soul was awako. For before mo thoro In mortal framo Was the face which my dream let mo sec, And my heart gtivo a bound, for 1 know I had found Tho one lleavon hnd meant for me. I lived In bliss through that happy day And hoped that with mo sho could know Of tho perfect lovo v. lilch Is sent from abcr To tnako perfect union bolow. AUTUMN. Wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

tsi rji-wt THEY LIVE WELL. Bomcthlnc About tlio Tttstos of rooplo Whom Everybody Knoiri, Sccrotnry Trnoy llkos torrnpln. Sonutor Evarts ia fond of milk. Balsr.no hud a grout lovo for cofftso. Sonators Honrnnd Dawoslllca olams. Austin Corblii is fond of rnfo roast boof. Mrs. Harrison llkos tho succulent terrapin. Hilly Floronco's favorlto dish Is turtlo fins. Jay Gould Hko3 fish or a tender lamb chop. Wnlkor liltiino ordors torrapln a In Maryland. Sonutor Hlscook Is fond of canvas back duel:. Congressman Lodgo rovols In Spanish mackorel. Frank Mayo cats food of tho plainest description. Adollna I'.itti dollghts in torrapln a la Maryland. Ex-Governor John D. Long is fond of bread nnd butter. Undo Jorry Rusk's favorlto dish Is corn roasted on tho cob. Mrs. McKeo is fond of fried spring chickens nnd lottuco salad. Govornor Hill has a special fondness for portorhouso steak. Ex-Governor llnmsoy has a fancy for whitoflah a la vlnaigrotto. Sccrotnry Noblo is fond of friod chickon and currie...

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