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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 January 1887

S i The Ohio Democrat. imniM A WIDTH, Fubushor. LOOAN. 8 OHIO. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Twenty-one years ngo tlio stcamor Brother Jonathan wont down oft' tho Oregon coast with $2,000,000 jn spceio on board. Various unsuccessful efforts liavo been mado to got tho tnonoy, and bow another cflbrt on an eluborata Bcalo is to bo inadu. Gold Is still coming Into tho country toy millions, and Europe shows no dis position to stop buying American secu rities. If war should break out thoro would probably bo n regular rush to In vest in tho stocks, bonds, and other property of this grout and securo re public. It is an interesting fact that nil Hho men of national prominence who Siarc died of into years hnvo gono bo ioro their wives. Tho most prominent are Horatio Seymour, Grant, Gurlleld, Hancock, Hendricks, MeClellan, Sena tor Miller, of California, and last, Gen eral Logan. The poetic brain of Britain is hard sit work to eclebrato the Queen's Jubi lee. Just how many eyes there aro '"in line frenzy ...

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. — 8 January 1887

t I J If n I he Ohio Democrat, nRBIIM WHME, l'ubllshor. UOAM. J OHIO SUNRISE AND SUNSET. BUMlIStt. Jnamo-hoartoct lover of th Earth grout Sunt t Hlso from thy purplo couch; Bt retch forth , thlno nrras i Through morning's parted curtains; Lot tho charms Of waiting Ioto which It woro death to shun Porsuntlo thy clasp. Now hath tho Knrth begun To looso hor robos of mist! with mock alarms ' She ylolds hor beauty, which lovo's longing worms, Forestalling tho ombrnco th.7 kiss hath won. Arise, groat god of llfo una light, Arliol Enfold tho rond earth In tho deathless Blow ing Of thy flcrcotoTo; Bond from tho shlmmorlng skits Which burn beforo theo In thy onwnrd going. no onoor navg wo and not or tny bestowing: ttl Thou art tho Joy of all hopo-llftod oyos. 8UN8KT. Within thy burning palaco In tho West Thou art nwhllo withdrawn. Yet doth thy fsco Look from tho closing portal for a spneo Sack to the Earth, which thy dear lovo hath blessed. - While she with tears and soft sighs halt-re-press...

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. — 8 January 1887

1 The Ohio Democrat BRRBM ft WHITB, 1'ublUhor. LOGAN. t j OHIO- TOPICS OF THE DAY. Twenty-one years ngo tho Btenmor Brother Jonnthau went down olV tho Oregon const with $2,000,000 hi spcolo on hoard. Various unsuccessful efforts liavo been nindo to gut tho money, nnd bow nuothcr effort on nn clubornta ecftlo is to bo nindo. Gold Is still coming Into tho country Try millions, nnd Europo shows no dis position to stop buying American scou rltics. If war should break out thcro would probably ho a regular rush to in vest in tho stocks, bonds, and other property of this great and sccuro re public. It is nn interesting fact that nil Itho men of national prominence who liavo died of lato years have gono bo foro their wives. Tho most prominent are Horatio Seymour, Grant, Garfield, Hancock, Hendricks, McClellan, Sena tor Miller, of California, and Inst, Gen eral Logan. The poetic brain of Britain is hard at work to celebnito tho Queen's Jubi lee. Just how many eyes there uro '"in line frenzy ...

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. — 8 January 1887

( t tf i K Ihe Ohio Democrat, nrtBHM k TVU1TB, 1'ublUlior. "vOOAW. ! OHIO SUNRISE AND SUNSET. BUNIIISB. yiamo-heartod lover of tho Earth grontSunl Klso from thy purplo couch; stretch forth ; thlno arms , Through morning's parted curtains; Lot tho charms Of waiting loro which It were death to shun Foraundo thy clasp. Now hath tho Karth begun To looso hor robos of mist: with mock alarms I She jlolds hor beauty, which lovo's tonglng warms, Forestalling tho omhraco th7 kiss hath won. Arlso, (rreat god of llfo nnd light, Arlso I Enfold tho fond eorth In tho deathless glow ing 3f thy fierce Ioto j Bond from tho shlmmorlng BklC3 Which burn beforo theo In thy onward going. No choor hava wo and not of thy bcsrowlngi ,tt Thou art tho ioy of all hopo-llftod oyes. SUNSET. TTIlhln thy burning pnlnco In tho West Thou art owhllo withdrawn. Yet doth thy faco Look from tho closing portal for a spneo Back to tho Earth, which thy dear lovo hnth blossod. While she with tears and soft Blghs hnlt-re-pros...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 January 1887

'ppp " mkf" wnnrjEnMnwwinjm"njir Mirw"ryf .i..'ii.'iiju.v."wfnMirtj ''cjpr'TfwSfrfw'rir'!WTSfVt-sT -rw- r-"-mwiMMM,fffl v n ttuwrtBftw kmi w w nivnvtvtKvr v rrvnwTirwnTitTwiti' wmwT sftj THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, oil by tho neekhml or burned UREHH & WHITE, A.H.Wilson, - TnMlihcr. - Editor. SATURDAY, JAN. 8 - iS87. TitKiti! was (Ive, foot of snow nt Michigan City J ml., cm the ilixlinst und railroad trains were moved with difficulty. ' A IjAntahtku Ouzflta corres pondent says that "There id it fair prospect for tlio establishment of it now pout ofllco at Schwartz's Mill and 11 now mull route from Sugar Grovo to Bremen." Should tho routo nnd office bo, established It would ho a groat boon to tho cit izens of northern Marlon Tp, TiTSioi "U'lii' Sjitrphi's. All partle.i agree that tho collec tion of surplus rovonuo should be stopped. To stop It by repealing the Internal taxes only is simply to givo up revenue. It would exempt luxuries and leave necessaries to bear the whole burden. To atte...

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. — 8 January 1887

t ntuniu-nmiKim trm m.mi i.jlmimii iuimww'iM'y .m-nun'iimm jt'jrr-.iTKiiTJiiiwilu i.iun i 111 imMii)imtim!!i'Mii'minntili"iHnniiH wwiriuiiiiu iij,'j.uii'jiiahi, iim mi jjiiii li m 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Miss "Pol" Uoply Isuullo sick. Soups pf all kindi nl irurtnmns The first sleighing of tlto sou son. Chalio Frnsch is in Cincinnati this week. Howard .White has returned to College.'-"' D. Wliito is somewhat fond of Oyster pic. FIno tobacco und cigars nt Hurtman's Capt. Bowon visited Lancaster "Wednesday. Go to Qeorgo Ilartuuin for nice apples. W. N. England was; hi Logan Saturday last. Frank Blasius was in Colum hus Saturday. Georgo Ilartman's. for cofTee, tea nnd spices. The revival has commenced at tho M. Church. Mrs. John Iloply is visiting relatives here. Gus Smith has returned to Medical College. "Yank" McCarthy has inilanni tory rheumatism. Miss. Flo. M. Wilson returned tp Columbus to day. Milt Martin of Coonvillc spent Sunday in Athens. John Don! van, Sr. was. in Col aimbus over...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 January 1887

nwwf-jjt'i' M Jut ? I , CHRONOLOGICAL. i Bomo of tho Moro Important Hap ponintja of 1880. tlin Mrrnt Labor Htrlkes Itanths nr Noted Mm Storm mill Knrthquitke Polltlcnt nml Hoclnl Kvonts, llolli Foreign ami Domestic, AtilttCULTUHK. February II Ton per cent, of utortc In ArUnnms Vnllcy destroyed by oolil wenther during winter, Apr, IN A million ncros ot lltio rotlon Innd flooded by brcnltlnjrof n lovco on tho Missis sippi rlvor, sixteen miles below Helena, Arlc. .Juno 7 Froits In Nortliorn Mlnnosotn unci Dakota serioiuly Injured tho wheat crops. .luno 11 Wheat Rold In Chlcnixo fir7;i)J conts per bushel, tho lowest In twenty-five years. Juno S.I Unnroccdi'iitoilly largo crops of wheat nml fruit In VirRlnln. July Hi Loss In spring nml winter whont dur ing Juno ll.txo.txio int. ...California wheat crop Inrfrcsl ccr liarvostrd. Aujr. 11 All Improved condition of sprint; wheat In Iowa nnd a rctroirroislon In Dakota; n hc-tvy decline RCnorally. Sept. R American Horticultural Society eloclcd...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 January 1887

&&&& ,U'i imMmm t" "x: -iV-vvBii?rfr&k" . - fa A FOREIGN GOSSIP. Ttio English Oovornmont 1ms pnr crinscd a Inrgo number of Moxicrtti Bfitl dlos'for Mao In ilia English cavalry norv Ico. Whole wheat bolted Is much used as food for Immunity In England. With butter and sugar it Is gnltl to bo a rich tUsh. 1 Tho offering of bonquats to ftntrcsscs has been prohibited in Vienna on tho ground that tho nractlco has grown to an absurd extent. Tho rovenuo from alcohol In En gland for 1885 was 1,179,000 less than tin 1884, and the decrcaso has been Btcndlly going on for ten years. In England, recently, a clergyman sensibly refused to chrlslon a child when tho father wanted to give twonty-stx nnmes, ono for each letter In tho alpha- hyt. Tho agents of a Paris insuranco i company have received Instructions to dcclino taking risks on tho lives of peo ple who are in tho habit of dyeing hair or beard. -Tho heirs of tho lato Baron Roths- rhild, of Frankfort, will construct a irlv...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 January 1887

s ors? ummaiww hw withw wim wwwwiu rw i iw w nujwumii'iwHwifWjiTigiwi.MiiK'wt'wwwiwuwwa iwirwaiwiuw mnijimwtm mwrnimfrirmmmmu m ip inwimi'iwiiwiMnTH'fuiW'Mwrww wnwrr ! OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN, grammar. 1. Dcflno grjinunor us a scionco mid s nu nrt? '2. What is syntax ? A rulo of syntax? rt. What 1h the dlflfireneo between analysis and parsing? I. Show that you understand the difference between tlio theoretical and prnclicfll granimor? ". Correct: Thorn is tho boys that dono it. They nearly dressed alilco? I did not see him but oneo? She's conduct is obnoxious to mo? C. Pnrso: Labor Avlth what zeal wc will something slitl remains un done, 7. Analyze or diagram: Thero is n limit nt which forbcarnnco cons- cs to be a virtue. PENMAKSJl Tl 1. What system of penmanship do you use ? 2. What is spacing? What is shading? 3. Dcscribo all the movements in writing. 1. Make the principals used in writing. U. S. HISTORY. 1. Into how man epochs can the history of tho United States bo di vided? . -u...

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. — 15 January 1887

iiilyni n i iwMwmww W A' !' i . VHJv if EOffiAff, 0., SATUlX&Y, JANUARY 15,1887. TKHJISLoOPEIJ YEAR;. - The l. f. iro.213. I , ' ' ' ' ipj mi . i . i jaw ib .1, Br"" J'''"' "" fir - ' - ' ,'g ' jamffi ' r i.git . j. i ! i, , .1. ins. M i.i....w i i 1 l m luimiinitfin .- . it t , f, i ' I! E0PLES' BANK OF LOOAN. ttnl, 50,000.00. Is secured hv Tndlvldiml Liability of over Hundred Thousand Dollars. trnrrnlilmiikliig hiwliuwi. Koivlen i nicuniMinn tiukcIm for aalo Ht low- lloom No. 5, Opera House. r. A. rm.vint, President. uoii.W. I'ui.t.KX, Vice 1'rcft. miuniiH i. uui,vi:n, dimmer. FIRST BANK LOG AX, OHIO. js from 9 n. m. to 3 p. in. li Capital, $50,000. 'ivy, I'rcttidatt. , f Uowe.H. Caxlilci Ifowcn j iislnet,', rceelyos llTIM' . o H.lI9 wnra uuys una hem !! " ?m nipson: inui, lAN'ml llioylr in lii llio .! runes '4 ;1. rroKKiWs. n V. BllEliM; aw and Rotary Public, Idln: IiOpltl; 0. '('liiltr., Notes anil Accounts, iirj, t'liiniitcts, needs, wills i 'lis. i.e.. drawn and ui'lcmml- ...

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. — 15 January 1887

wl i , i tf iV Igg-i.,aWXh&.T fcn"WBwTli?5y, 4bMtteMni4MNrvMU . i...m(mi1ii 1 4 i ' i pX ' ay 5 ' I 11 j The Ohio Democrat. IUIBHH & WltlTK, 1'ublUkor. LOGAN, t ! OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. fnr Mississippi rlvor Is frozun over solid at Calre. Tunnr Is bo cud of tho year llko tho dlvld-end. Tun next Connecticut Lcglslaturo will contain 110 fanners. A Bcui'Yi.DK, Nub., rann oto eighty-six eyslcrs ut ono sitting. A nor tins bcon born In Kansas with eyes lln tho back of his hend. A auunu In Barren County, Ky., holds Itwolve and a half callous. Sf.i Mohmok ciders nro making many con- Iverts In Eastern Mississippi. Tnu cold weather In Florida causes 'alarm about tho orungo crop. TitCJtK aro 100 colorod men In Washlng ton who ore worth fcJU.OOO each. ' A Texas prcauher prodlcts that tho world 'will conic to uu end in ten years. j Louisiana now aspires to bo tho great nay-productng State of tho Union. The now year opened bright with prom ises fer Ota plumbers and coal dealers. New YoitK ...

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. — 15 January 1887

fc?-ww id. imrt .mini. X O "V Jd" rinnni concjl Ohio Democrat. IBHM WHITE, l'ublUlior. OHIO MAT IS YOUR LIFE? ' ut llfd! I.IUo vapor thnt passoth 'tr jjHof the morning when rlscth tlio uow on the nrnss In tho silvery mornt Honor that tho brldo on licr bonoin I worn. Wrour life! A ilrop In tho ocean that KroB, n nn Infinite forest of lenves, mil groin 01 Bonu an a mcnsuroicss om of nothlngncis Just that and no I your Ilfof Your llfo Is tho rnlchtlest R isagea can toach or tho poets can sing; lit mystical subject ucmandmg a r'Ght; c tho most glorious tho Croator bath lusht. Uour Ilfof Ah, bo brief I nnd yot 'tis no Rouldlng of thoughts that aro puro and As and laboring and sowing of seeds, mg of (lowers and uprootal of weeds. Ofr. ttaite1 To build up a grand char 'or tho spirit fairest garments to j-.treasurcs thnt enduring shall last JpF pry of empires is faded nnd past. Illt At. ,! I , , JI..I..I K. MI1UI illl, LIS 1I11I11UI bull U1TKIUI IOU iimnjp9tlo for this earth to conllnol lor...

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. — 15 January 1887

Av ST )Hwimwimmiaiimmiuji wjlww JL '''siirwwsrwiBwii i, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, DRt'.IIM & white; A. H. 'Wilsoii, Publishers- Editor. HATUUDAY, JAN. 15 - 1887. It takes New .Jersey Democrats too long to caucus. Titn Ohio Legislature 1h quite busy getting ready to do nothing. Two ii!iu wore frozen to death near St. Paul, Mliui. on laat tiun lay. IIiinhv Wathhson goes for Presi dent Cleveland in his usual vlgor ousjstylo. tn ri ! Tin: Legislature from present indications will be ready to ad journ about the first of May wmililln i Tin: J5aii(uel of tliu Jackson Club of Columbus on the evening of the 7th inst is reported n grand success. It is reported that the mayor and Chief of Police of Columbus nro in the habit of using tho city teams for pleasure riding. Tin: Alhutigh school bill passed the ITouso on last Wednesday. This bill abolishes the Board of Local directors aud rests the whole management of the schools in n Township Board. Tin: U. S. Senate have repealed the Tenure of Oflicc ...

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. — 15 January 1887

&M - ""rT'" Ami n inn iiimiwn ft OHIO DEMOCRAT, XjJtsTEl-Ve. 1HIC3 111 IjOIMIt. 30 AT COST FOR THIRTY DAYS! 30 Begining WEDNESDAY JAN, 12th 1887, The Entire Mammoth Stock of 'til Iiiih u skating rink, moro Weeks IIIl Lent be- glilng Iiiih went by the A spring poets will pooh lie ii. t Jf. Barclay, wns In Logan jrutiy. DryGoods, Notions, CL . Wraps, Carpets. Boots and Sohos Work litis returned from rkclty. , t.McCHntock 1h still attho lifW.Vn. P. Johnston's case was con- fintil the 22nci; I y, ',. .-., n IT r'nlllnu la tilljtft.w rolntwlo THM Imvillo this week. iintl Mrs. Sum Sulzbaehor" Biiiday In CIillHcothe. ITnrnilson & Co's. great tthc hend of this page. Itiuson und wife of Luurel- Iro in town "Wednesday. w j'oung son of Austin llath- Ri n mild attack of chiekon- iMcCarthy Is still confined nn with inilnirmtory d Pond and Homer re at tho Slock Stile at is this week. I ibburd who has boon qulto residence of his brother is is recovering. i was some incc a resident of Logan...

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. — 15 January 1887

H"JliHl-JWBP- GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Annunl Mosango of GovornorFor akor to tho Loglolaturo. Hlnto AITiiIni Eilinnfttlrpty Ulncuwuid Im portant llecainmniKlAtlnnn Ilognrd lnK the HprlnK lllnrtlon, Tax ntton nml II nun con. V.xpctrriVR GilAMlii'tt, I Coi.umiius, o., Jan. 1, eirt, f To tho Ciencrnl AMcmblyi Tlio recent oloctlonn illil much to dispel tho distrust thnt hns obtained throughout thu coun try during tho Inst two yours in to tho polloy to bo pursued by our Nntlonal Clovornmont In re cant to tho protection of American labor nml industries. It enn now bo stntoil with Rrent confidence that no political party mil bo al lowed, howovcrmuch It may dosiro to do ho, to breakdown thatwlso nnd patrlotlo polloy to which wo aro so much Indebted for tho tinox nmplcd prosperity wo havo onjoyed during tho last quarter of a century. Tho assuranco thus afforded Is already bcnollclally mnnlfostlnc itself throughout all our business Interests. With a completo restoration of eonildonco In tills rega...

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. — 15 January 1887

I .1W - I ? ,3UWIii.ii fr- ' Tt It r U t A YEAR'S HISTORY. no of the Most Important Ooenr nt Homo nnd Abroad for th Year ruled. TUB OI.I) TEAn at noMR. cord of tho old ycnr nt homo pro iltch for which to bo thankful ll hnrvnstA. Innrnnapil LrnAn nnrl l'o, pcnco with nil countries, ub Ipostllonco, continued development ,"otnl roaourcoa nnd n hnpny nnd ou8 ycnr. .. cgiBlntlvo lilalory of tho cdiiutry m many Interesting foituros. Dut- iirnt session or tiio Foriy-nintn W3, which lasted sovon month? lvonty-olRht days, tho fol- jnicasuroa of iraportnnco woro Into lnwas Tho ProslilontliU n bill; legalizing tho lncorporn- uoniti trauoi unions; tho UIoo- imu;uio incroaso or tho navy; n lllz John Portor; anil tho in- i3por month of tho pensions of iid dopomlent relatives. During aosslon tho Electoral Count bill, to repeal tho Tonuro of It, nnd tho resolution ,enlnst ccutlvo Bcsslons of tho nvo passed, Tho follow- -.HI ponding! Tho Intor-Stnto bill, tho Moxican Pension bill, ailnff tho Timber ...

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. — 15 January 1887

SSjM- MaMrftMeBM l 5' umiiwifwwwwMwwmnufm VOU 8AIDI JTou srtlil Mint you v oiill como nsnla ' f ' . Wlu'ij wlntcr'n'tcrmm Pro o'er, Wlich lmwtlioru lilwnmcd In the Iain 0 And Kprlhswuspvenoiipr) more. .' liist npw the 1 vntnjr torn Ij I.I li, Tlio liftflthoin bloom liriicd, nil.) (oMcii mir.imer da s pans by And nil my hopes, am ilciul I You Mild where'er your r.tcpjimts'itrflnne, Your li. art nould !M to iidtie! Yon sal 1 truo lora would never change, I'or It vat inailu illilre. lhil now I'Vi lnnieil llmtlMvrs' own Aro eliatuceftil nallu mooiil Truth f.ill.i liirn May bloom from tl.u boughf, Attit Iju I dead tootooul You raid Ihousli o'.Iit llpi nhouM smile, '1 unul.1 be l.i vain for yens , TImt ran ct ilinrnii eculd lni'cr lie.-nillq A li-.-art fo Urn) rind two. Hut now my taw, lll:o (ailing rala, Wot out t'.io ilyln;c day, And j on will never co'no naln To Lisa lay tours n..ny I Ghl i ley Wynne. A PAPII3 PnHGTlDIGITATEUR. A Tramifonnutlim i.reiio of llio Grent BIjMery l-'lowrni I...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 January 1887

" iatl'fKL.;-t The Ohio -in A T JLv A f r 1 1 n M ff I I - m ,Ju -M- w- a it 1 v 1i- u at, Vr t T f' illClll ' f concj i) j- 41 "i,fc IT II I. NO. 30 . LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 22. 1887. TERMS, 1.50 FEU YEAR. ffiEOPLES'BANK OF LOOAB. 950,000.00. .. . t, o iposlltf- ?lu t iei , V .11 ' '(in ' f , ncijcured by Individual aHtyofover fdred Thousand Dollars. V'lrof, ''ICE.'ilin i.r (. he ,11 banking bitslncs. Foreign nr viU r n nmshlp Tickets for Kale Ht low- 'mln' fin I JP.lthci. nfTonm no. o, uncra noitsc. ntcs, ?$ iVi.r-: H& -.err of A Report of tho Proceedings of Iho Ohlolnfrtltiito of Mining Engineers nt Their Seventh Animal Meet ing, Held at ColiimbiiH, o, Jnn. 1 and 14, 1887. -( ,.. Cui.vek. President. 'i"; W. I'um.kn, Vlco Prest. -o uisudkn D. CUI.YKH, Cnshler. r& 20 I J i in)" W if;iRSTBANK . jayilar .j i lilt... .-irmn On m fn fl .11 tbin trli'rom 9 a. m. to 3 p. "l 1h woro st nrXto .. U.I1UI Thl m. 'V8. Capital, $50,000. 'resident. . :Ir )nng ' pU eon' L , '111 j P...

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. — 22 January 1887

0 tf The Ohio Democrat. nnEIIM & WU1TK, l'ubllshor. VK3AK. t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Texas has a papor culled tho Veiling, Coal dealers mid lco men nro jubilant. John Jacoii Abtoh Is worth $ lfi(),000,000. Tnr.iiK woroUPS suicides In Vlcnnu last year. Don I.vcilMtfiOLl.'a hair Is as whlto as, snow. I'cTitoLcUM has been discovered In Pal estine, Tox. Biiookian Is tliroatoiicd with nn epidemic of smallpox. Illinois has seven lady county superin tendents of schools. Hn.NAToit Uhown, of Ucorglu, says ho has no Idea of resigning. The present wlntor is tho coldest for ycarB in Washington. Tuts month has ilvo Sundays, with four chnii.'i.i of tho moon. London workmen nro crying: "Glvous work or glvo us bread 1" Tiinnn is nn Increiwo of Mexican oro com ing Into tho United States. Tub ice crop In this country promises to bo extraordinarily abundant. It Is said tho Mormon lobby in Washing ton has already cost tho church 8250,000. Ham Small has returned to journalism, having taken churgo of th...

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. — 22 January 1887

The Ohio Democrat nnRtlM ft WHITE, I'llbllshcr. LOGAN. t t OIUO. CAROLS OF THE GULL. . MonniNO, All tho ntnrn nro flying, O'er tho wnvos the winds nro flying, Freshly, Rllontly; Sweetly morn roposns, Sprinkling half tho Bky with roics, Gloriously. Scot tho uun, nsccndlng, O'er tho llnmo-llt billows bonding, All tho cast In furnnco-blnzes blending, SparUtofl along tho soul I from st'iiy pillow '-,htb Mm out o'or tho billow. Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy, Xlfo goes morrlly now I II. RVENtf.O. Ncftth 5 glldod hlRhlmul, Or a glowing cloud-lnnd Island, Lightly, poacututly, Slnlw tho nun bo lowly; Evonlng Bhndows gathor slowly, Gloriously. Clnmoroui poan ponllng, Itound tho rocks tho rooks nro wheeling; Zopuyr music, rustling, stilly, stealing, Whlspors along tho son Dipping In tho billow Swooping up to stony pillow Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy I Llfo goes morrlly now I III. TUB RTOHM. - ' Clouds benight tho oconn; Surges swell with deep commotion, Florcoly, loftily; Jllnclt winds howling o'er us Join tho dco...

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