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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 July 1886

4 NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE BARGAINS. t Tritsch and Tritsch. and Stiers, t There is nothing yon need in Dry Goods thai can not ho foifnd oil our Coun ters at a Bargain. The purchasing power of a dol lar was never so groat, as now. One Lot Jeans, 23 cents. Former Price, 80 cents. The following prices are away below tho reasons for them, which are noth ing worse than short ends. Ladies' Col'r'd Embroidery 1 Lot Keinnants in WORSTED DRESS GOODS, 5 and 20 c. a yard, Suitable for children's wear .Tei'sey Gloves, Lace Curtains reduced 20 Suits. 25 and !J5 c. pair. One-half per cent. 1 Lot at $3.05, former price, $1.50. 1 Lot at 4.25, former price, -1.85. 1 Lot nt 0.G0, former price, 7.00. usual price. Men's Hair-Hose, FIVE CENTS per pair. A Beautiful Lino of Ingrain, Tapestry and Body Brussels Carpets. Wo still offer a Standard 4-4: Sheeting at fie. worth 7. Stiers. Some Special Prices for This Week THElHIfl w a f LOOALNKWS. Holnnd Schwnrz la at homo. Th'tfSdlvnHdn Arrriy Is'hcrc. Otis Cu...

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. — 24 July 1886

THE VETO POWER. Itiulillrin ConerrMtnrn tlnrn I'nrrril Hip Vhlrf Kxpcullm tii n 1'rco tlnn of u Cnitttltiitlntml Wcnpiiit of Drirniii lln.rnc'n Abinr .Mr. C1nrlitiiil''iii.it Ity ld Trent llolnlli. Tlio President's vetoes of pension bills have been constant, unit lit almost every caso his statement of reasons has licun conclusive. In sonic Instances thorn may bo good run-ons for rceon sldcrotion. Hut tho ncllon of the Prcsklont shows a devotion to iluly and a resolution not to suffer lnjii.it. co to Ins dono to tlio people by careless ap propriations of public money, which will receive tho most guttural nntl hourly approval. Here tiro some Il lustration of tho vetooil bills: " Simmons . Ilardcu trot n hill pitsieil irrnntlnsr lilm a pension for Lwilarpoincntot tlio henrt, which ho asserts was tho result of 1 ulliiip out. of n woboh Courtcon rears hefmo tliodiprneo developed. Tho bill irrniitltiir it lenlon to Ahtfrull Smith win votorrt hecnusn itRavolwrnlcss nmoittit thnn Blie whs i...

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. — 24 July 1886

4 FOR THEIR LIVES. Beginning of tho A.nnrohlat Trials at Ohlcngo. trim Clinlrmnn of Ilia Meeting nt which Ilia Oniupliitcy win C'nncnctcil Turns Htuto'ii I'.vlilnnrc ATrrrlhloSclimiio of Itlnnilnlmtl, Arion unit Ituln. i'i:.u;in:ii on iiv a i'au Ciiicjiio, .Inly 17. Tlio Annrclilut Irlnl iionc(l ypnlcrday lioloro .Imlpn (Jury wllh t tic exhibition ol n map of tlio itnymnrhob mid tlio SocIiiIIhIIc millions In tlio vicinity, jirepnrcd Iiy fnllx C. Iltmclick. Inspector Iloiillcld rulittuil tlio Imlileiitfl connected with tlio ninsHncro ol police. Tho tnmottn "Itrvenira" circular wns put In evidence. U. is us follows: "HKVRNOi:. " "WOHKINOMKN TO AIlMSlIt "'ottr musters Font out tlielr lilontlliouiitls tlio police ; they klllt-tl six' nt jour liiutli ith lit McCormiok's this lU'ternoou. Thoy killed tho ioor wiolelies Iiwuiiro tlmv, llku .vnu, hint tho eoumitii to illnolioy t tin snpi-uino will of your liossoti. They kllloil tlipmbceuusu lliuy tlitrcil nsk for tlio-uliortciiliirr or tlio ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 July 1886

titflii ii mi i; , t nm wnpii'fga i tnwmwr iwmuiM.i AiAimi.imi'AUug.u. ji111.., c;ii.i r iJimiiw't'iji 'i ii He Had Never Heard of Pronouns, In it Mlddlp Georgia county, not I n iiiiiiurpii yonrii ago, spverai appli cants for positions us teachers of public schools were undergoing an p.iiinlniitli)n before the Hoard of Kdiii'iitioi). One young iniin ap peared to lie unusually well In formed. Up answered all sorts of questions In geography and arith metic, and Hip members of tlip Board begun to think Hicy liud ills rovpred a treasure. The Chairman of tlie Hoard examined Hip young iniiii In Kuirllsli grammar. Nouns, articles, adjectives were safely passed, and tlicii Hip Chairman asked: "What Is n jironoun V" "Never heard of It," replied the young man. "Never hpiird of a pronoun'." "ISo, I never dm." "Tlnit's strange," "Can't help It; I never heard of a pronoun, and I don't believe you over did either," "Do you menu to tell me that you didn't llnd anything ahoiit pro nouns In your gra...

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. — 31 July 1886

I The Ohio Democrat. F VOL. I. NO. 5. LOGAN, O., SATUBBAY, JULY 31, 188(3. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. v THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash IVipHiil, - ifoOjOOO.OO. Deposit1? secured by Individual - Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n tinionil liniiklnt; business, l'oielijii lriil'(B niHl,SU'jinshli 'llekelH lor will' lit lou vst rules. OFFICE, lloom Ifo. S, Opera House. I.AWinrcci: A. f'm.vr.li, President. sMeouukAV. rin.l.i s, Vl( u l'rest. llKUiu.x l). uui.vrii, Cnshler. THE FIRST BANK OFIjOOAX, OlITO. 'OWec Hours from On. in. to 11 p. in. PaM In Cash Capital, $50,000. Toh Wiilh'Pt; I' resident. Chun. K. llowen, Cathler. Porsn jieneinl blinking liuslness, receives deposits, (llsimiiits liiiiii,nml liu.xs mid sells Kv'kiniiKi'. JT41IANK In lentiul room In Hie Jnmcs HloiU. ATTORNEYS. GL W. BREHM. ftttorney-at-Law and Notary Public, City llullilliipr Lognn, O. f'nlku tlonsof ('Inliiis, Noles nml Ai'i omits, SIintKUKVX, Luisck, Contini ts, lKnls, Wills, Mwclmhlr's I.lens...

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. — 31 July 1886

I The Ohio Democrat. IlltKim A. WHITE, Publisher, LOGAN. s : t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A rEMALC cowboy Is a Dcadvvood novelty. The Uarthokll statue will be unveiled Soptombor 3. A 105-year-old clock is owned by a resi dent of Muskegon. Cnin mont Is In tho Now Yorlc market t forty eonts por pound. It costs $800,000,000 a year to maintain the standing armies of Europe. Tun farmers of tho United States have 75,000,000 acres of grovvlngcorn. "CAiir,"tho fninous Washington corres pondent, takes a trip to Europe. Tun piles of tbo old Lomlon Bridgo, put down In tbo year 000, nro still sound. A soMTAiiic pearl, sot in blue enamel, Is tbo very latest for nn ongagemout ring. The fool-klllcr has evidently sub-let a good deal of bis summer -work to tbo Niag ura rnpldg. A Texas paper answers a correspondent that tbo best way to servo a good dinner Is to eat it. Westftin lumbermen nre making enwi slvopui chases of pino lands iu Louisiana nt $1422 an aero. Piiince Ai lirirr ViCTon, of Wales, recent ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 July 1886

The Ohio Democrat, IlItKHM WHITE, Publishers, LOGAN, OHIO. BETTER THINGS. Hotter to smell tlio violet cool than nip tho ulowlnit wine: Hotter to hark nidation brook thnn watch a dlniiioml Blilno. Hotter tho lovo of a ueutlo heart than bounty's favor promt i Bettor tins roses living scoit thnn rosos In a croud. Hotter to lovo In lonollncss than to bask In lovo nil day: Bettor tho fountain In tho hoart than tho fountnln by tho way. Better bo fod by a mother's band thnn oat ulnae at wl lit llottorto trtiHt In God than say: "MyfiooilB my Btorohoimo lilt." Hotter to bo a Itttto vrlso thnn In knowledge to abound; Better to tench nolilld than toll to (111 per fection's round. Bettor to sit nt a mnstor's foot than thrill a llstonliifi state; Jlottor suspect that thou nro proud than bo euro that thou art great. .Better to walk tho real unseen than watch tho hour's event J Bettor tho "Well donol" nt tho list thnn tho ulr with shouting rent, Bettor to lmvo n qnlot grief thnn a hurrying dellKhU...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 July 1886

.WTMWW THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. DREHM ft WniTE, - Proptletors. A. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. .SATURDAY, - JUliY ill, I8K0. HarmoiiV; lliilstciiil nnil History. Just now (lie Republican party appears to bo nil broken up wJtli thu grout loud of linriiiimy ovlinn tod during llio hist low months In Iho ollluo of tho Connncrrial Ua eettr. Ti 1h true they uro dealing i" fold fiu'ts concerning each other, and If the half spoken and written about the lenders of the G. O. J by each other is true, no sane man can doubt for a moment that there is no afety for tho country save in the utter political extinc tion of the whole crow. HaMead says Grant was a drunken fool, Lincoln an old gran ny, Logan is a dishonest scoundrel, and a majority of the Republican member. of the Senate corrupt; while dipt. Lee nys llalstcad is a faheiflor, .slanderer and a black mailer; a craven cringer at the foot of power, and a betrayer of the con fidences of private and intimate friendship. "I tow beautiful it is for hri'the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 July 1886

rarwriTirttrttWMfcwi w '" " " mip ip "I'lyrr 's THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCAL USTEW ! Frank Lolinmn was ii tho clly Wednesday. Mr. Nelson, of Nelsonville, wns In town Sunday. Robinson's oirctiB will bo In Now Strnltsvillo, next month. Wo will bet that Frank llnrml fion Is tho Highest kicker in town. Mrs. Ella Armstrong, of tills 'city, wns visiting relatives at Com ing last week. A pleasant dance was given by "Will James at tho McCarthy Hall, on Tuesday night. A now spouting has been put on tho McCarthy building. The Job was dono by Work & linker. Dr. Shrndcr, orNelsonvllle, was in tho city last Saturday. Ho says that the Dkmooiiat Is a respectable and excellent paper. Our enterprising furniture manufacturer, Mr. Frank Kesslcr, is lame from tho effects of Rheu mntlsin in the right foot. Mr. James Steel, of Laurelville, made a generous call at our ofllce on Tuesday. He reports business good In that pleasant and growing village. At tho present tlmo there Is about 300 cars of coal shipp...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 July 1886

FOREIGN QOSSIP. Tliu enormous Indomulty Franco paid Germany raised Us debt lo $0,000, 1)00,000. llctcnftcr English soldiers will not 1)0 allowed to smoko In the directs In the daytlmo. Tho l'rinoa of Wales' slablo? cost ldni ovor eighty thousand dollars a year. Tho Princess loves dogs. She tins over eighty. Tho four most Important towns of Australasia uro now Melbourne, popu lation 282.IM7; Sydney. 22I,2U; Ade laide, I0:t,8(il, and Auckland, GO.OOO. The full of a meteor on leo was lately witnessed on the coast of Norway, a hole a foot and a half In diameter bo lug mndo through eight Inches of leo. A Hebrew in Parcslnvl died lately at the given ago of one hundred and seven teen jvnrs. Tho Krcvlaucn reports that he had been arranging to mnrrv for tho ninth time shortly beforo his death. A study of six hundred and fifty Kalian thunder-storms lias shown Sltrnor 1'crrla tliat every thunder-storm Is"' be hind a depression of baromoter and liygromctur, and beforo ouo of tho ther mometer. A...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 July 1886

f STATE NEWS ITEMS. Wnit.n swinging near Now Plillndclplila, Misses Lulu Mylnr nnd Cnrrlo lloll wcro thrown out, failing a ilUUnco of fKtoca Toot, BiiBtnlnlng eorlous Injuries, IIkniit GAMi-nntx, clinrgcd with arson nnd murder, was bound oror to court, by tho Mnyor nt Bellnlre, In tho sum of tftOO. A oas well with it Fiilllclont nupttly to light tho town, lins boon bored nenrUi baua. Iilnia reports two moro big "gushers." A iiki oil woll linn been struck nt llnlrds town, uorthenst of Finellny, owned by tho Hancock Oil nnd Gas Company. It is said to bo a boomer. Ho. Unowii! E. 8r.NET, of Tiffin, was re nominated for Congress by tho Democrats of tho Fifth District. Tub Ohio Hupremo Court Is .overcrowded with business. The largest flouring mill In Ohio Is to bo croctcd t Fostorla. Oconon fJitosnv, n woll-known crook was, caught burglarizing tho rcsldcnco of Ed ward Chase, of llorlln Heights, and sur rendered to pnrtlcs who had surrounded tho house. Thomas Wilson, of Coshocton, agod sev...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 July 1886

Stalwart Moral Counitfo. It Ih not often tlint tin' National Jh'iiwci'dl has an opportunity to Spl'llk Uppl'OVlllgly of tlit pttlillc. nets of Intensely partisan llopiibll enns. lint it would lie shameful to liu'k tho courage or honesty neces sary to such expressions, whore ml opponent has tin courage to nii'ril Uu'in. Tlit1 uctlon.M anil words of (lonor ul .John A. Logan In the proposed Investigation or Senator 1'iiyno de serve more tliun u pnsing notiee. HtnnrUng as ho does, tin; acknowl edged head In an important sense, ail' the Itcpuhllcnu parly In and out of the Senate the reeent nearly Miu'ce.-rifnl candidate for Vlco-l'rcs-ident at the hands of his party, and its most prominent eandidate for the next Presidential nomination, he wim in i MsHInn to feel tlie .-ilrliigoncy of party ties aironnd every statesmanlike impulse in liis mature. lint dial was not all. As If to try the metal of thu main in this most intense po"-ibIo lire, the .Republican editors of Ohio, the stately trih...

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. — 7 August 1886

ft Uatgfmfm 1? ift .' The Ohio Democrat. ' ,Hk .- Jnf VOT,. I. XO. 6. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1880. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. V THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. t'nsh fnpltal, $30,000.00. Deposits secured Ity Individual Liability of over Foot Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe a p-nernl linnklm; limlmi I'nrelKii limit nml Wenhwhlp Ticket for Kile ill low-i-M roli'iC OFFICE, Itonm No. 3, Optra House. I.AXrtlKM'K A. ClM.VKIt, President. tlKoiwujW. rri.i.r.N, Vice l'n-l. Itr.iniKK I). ('ri.VKii,Cnhlcr. THE FIRST BANK or LOO AX, OHIO. Oillec Hours from On. in. to :) p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. JoRm WolUer, I'rcnhtc.nt. (.'lias. K.Jloirun, Costlier, poena ccncnil liunldnn Inislui'ii, received lpimltH, itiKCMiitnlrt pupcr, iind buys nml Hells Kxclinnp!. , r-H.YNK In ouutrnl room In (lie JtuiirH llmck. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREffil. ,Attorney-at-Law and notary Public, City liuilriing Lognn, O. CollwlVtiiH ofClalniH, N"oU" nml Accounts, JioriRiiKes i.ciim's, t;iiiiirnri jifeiiu, his, Mechani...

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. — 7 August 1886

v.. The Ohio Democrat. llltr.ItM & WHITE, Publishers, TjOUAN. , t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. . Tnie condition of Russian crop is lilghlj satisfactory. Spain can boast of four living Qtiecnt nnd llvo Kings. India has a greater acreage, of wheat than Uio United States. Thirty-two congressmen out of tho 82 tiocllno ro-oloctlon. Dr. Tai.maiii: and family are in Ashcville N. U, for thu Rummer. 8am Jones has back-sllddon on tobacco, nnd now uses tho weed. Bananas, kopt cool, are boing experi mentally shipped to Kugltnd. A fatal borso oplzooty proralls in the towns of Warsaw and Perry, N. Y. A New Yoiik philanthropist has estnb llslicd a co-oporatlvo farm for trumps. In Dcs Moines five teams, hitched to wagons, ran away, all at tho saino time. Javan Is to havo a national assembly ball, modeled after tho Gorman Reichstag. A men Newport spinster pays a Now "York doctor f 10,000 for his summer attend nnce. On a seizure of $5,000 worth of oplnni tho award to tho seizing ollicor is about 2,000. ...

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. — 7 August 1886

offummhm i.r rrrrt- .a n.TfllTllifctilWiM --MMi..B-fc , V "! The Ohio Democrat BItnilM & WUlTn, Publishers, LOGAN, tit: OHIO A TKOUBLESOME BOY. BEN DEENE, ENGINEER. Tun t'nclllc K-tprPin, Dnshlnu Into tfio W'cat, Rliotttri hnvo loft tnn "Mountain Junction" nt tnilc pnst eight, tlut with iuslilnn it 1 1 it switching a crippled nltflii frelitht, Slio was nu hour Into. Thoro woro tlilrtcon cms In her train, nil lohl Two oxjircsn, nno bng-n-o, ono mull nnd tho pny enr, Tho other night mntlo up of Bloopers undiliiy earn, And nil of thorn lilted. 'I ho soln dtilo was tust, Tho lilrtlit wim stool cold. The unscnhhiudod moon with Its scimitar 1)1 ml o Ancljtlioullttcrlng UnKgers that flashed frjm tho Htnrs, Cut tho nlr Into hlnitn As shnrp us Volvos' tocth, or lllto flying gluss. Thoy ohlllod the j-ront boiler Of tho rncnr und toller, 8tniinoh(ihl"8." And though hor onglnoer was tho best on tho lluo, (Long-bcnrdod Hen Doono), Who wouldn't tnaUo utcum, Bo ho conld'nt tuako time. An If mn...

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. — 7 August 1886

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BREHM & WHITE, Proprietor, A.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, - AUG. 7, 188(1. HOW LINO FOR A PUll POSE. The Old Cry of "Stop Thief." .Tu.it now, when every Republican paper in Ohio, is lushing itself into fury over tho drunken accusations of Sim Donovan, and the crazy ravings of Ilalstcad, tho young and inexperienced arc apt to be deluded into tho error of thinking that something materially endangering the liberty of the citizen has hap pened. In order to dispel this probable illusion let us look at some facts, and if possible arrive at a reason for such presistent and agonizing howling. First let us carefully examine the ease in hand and see if any thing therein requires such vigor ous and united effort. What charges have been brought against Senator Payne? The answer, from tho records, is that one Donovan, when in a state bordering on mania apotu charged him with bribery and notwith standing tho statements wore de nied by this same man when he hud recovere...

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. — 7 August 1886

ttt&ifiEmi4fc wtf-va -sww jjt c jrji- wn- ..t 4 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. XiOOA.Ij ITSrWS. EHslia MiimIiuI. of Terry, was In tlioclty, Tuesday. , Mrs. Adam Ltitz and dnuglitcr kj viHiting In IIHiioIh. Vie Teuselior, of ColuinbiiH, was In the city, Wednesday. Ned. McMnnlgnl, of ColunilniH, wm in tho city Inst Sunday. James Watklns drives the fin est team of horses in tlte city. Mr. J. J. Itoclchavor, oPTennca ace, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. A. Butin, of Pt. Pleasant, "W. Va., was in the city Friday. W. 'P. Price was in Athens Hominy and Tuesday, on legal bus iness. Capt. Bowcn,hls two daughters nnd grandson, spent Sunday at the Hock House. Hiss Grace Ford, of Columbus, is visiting in Logan, the guest of Hiss Delhi Plunk. "Wonro informed that tho In Jury to the arm of Frank Brciun is a compound fracture. Misses Josio and Madge Dav enport left for Columbus to-day, intending to stay a week. Miss Delia Plunk returned on Wednesday evening, from a pleas ant visit of several days In Colum ...

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. — 7 August 1886

FOREIGN GOSSIP. Adolp I. llctcliptiliplm, n wealthy citizen of llorlln, has willed lo Hint city 1,000,000 murks (noarly 2;n,0l)O) for chnrilablo purpoos. M. I'nslcttr says It Is easier to euro tcniprrnto men who havo boon bltton by a mini dog than it la to euro thoso who uro addicted to tho flowing bowl. To visitors at tho Edinburgh Kv position Mr. Lloyd's exhibit of llvo m les of "news" paper In an unbroken web Is one of tho most striking exam ples of modem paper making. Experiments In Austrian garrisons prove tliul whore the Moors of wirrucks mo painted with tar tho collection of dust in cracks is prevented, and there Is ti eonsptpipnt diminution In Irritative diseases of tho oyp. Thoro Is nlso a great diminution of parasites. At tho entrance of a restaurant In I'oMh, Hungary, where joung ladles are employed, Is posted a notieo read ing: "llciitlrmcn aro reuuested to ub Miilii from kissing the waitresses on the stair.-), as this is a fruitful soinco of breakage and Impedes tho set...

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. — 7 August 1886

"-"IT ANARCHISTS ON TRIAL. The Bvldonoo Against tho Annr ohlatM Qrowa Moro Bonaatlonal. A Pltcctlve Tells tho Itesttlt of Ilia Investi gationsWitnesses Wlu Hnr Hples Ir t ulto tlio Fuan nml Hclinmiliolt Throw ., tho llomlt nt tho Pollcot ITAttfl tllTS AT Till ANAncillSTS. CitlCACio, July 27. In tho Anarchists' trial yostonluy Dotocllvo Johnson was sub jected to a rigid rross-cxniiiliintion by counsol (or dofi-nso, but his ovldonco given on Saturday remained utislinkon. Joseph uruonhut, city Inspoctor o( factories and tonomonts, was tho noxt wltnest. ills tes timony was nmlnly corroliomtlvo of that given by tho reporter Wilkinson on Thuntday Inst Grunnhut wns pres ent nt two intarvlowH Lotwoan Wilkinson and Spies, in which tho latter gnvo un ac count ol tho preparations mado by tho armed soction unci their oxnorimoMU with o nanuto on various occasions, also of tho plans adopted for street wnrfare. Ho nlso provotl that BpltH wroto tho "Rovenco" circular and collected tho proof. His ov...

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. — 7 August 1886

Farm Notes, Give verbenas it rather rich hut light will If yon wish to Ihivo Vigorous plants protiui'lng mi jnlituitti))t, of Jurge trusses of lltnv- Mrs. J. K. Piinnly, of Monmouth (utility, N. J., tells tin Country (icntlt'iHtH that tlio advantag.) of keeping clean, Miiooth dark on any tree is tluU tlii'ro U no place for worms anil insects. The operation of soaping should lie gone through with aliotit three times (hiring the warm weather. Whenever the trunk and lower brunches of any fruit tree are. rough an application of some potash soap will bring the hark to its original smootlitiess. If the hark Is very rough matters will be hastened somewhat hy scraping. J f the tree Is pestered with any kind of enemies an application of tliis soup witli a syringe will kill them If repeated olten. Make a harness lit properly and a litirxi! can wear it without dis tress, provided that it is also kept decently clean and comfortably ,oft. The land that will maintain twenty coninion-hred cows wil...

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