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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 January 1887

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, J3REHM & WHITE, Fatllsheri' A. H. -Wilson, - - Editor. SATURDAY, JAN. 2'2 1837. Sr.NATOH HAWliHY hlmsolf, in tho U. H. Coniietleut. will Hitccocri .Senate, from Zanksvilli:, 0. in to havo a belt railroad, a franchise for that pur pose having been lately grnntod to n gontlonian by tho name of Albert E. Boon. The trial of the Darbyvllio riot ers began In Clrclovillo on tho 112th Inst. Tho riot oeeurcrt Inst July In which, ono Seyinoro Darling was fatnlly shot. Pikk Co. Is to have a new Chil dren's Home, which will bo built at "Waverly, and for which James Emmitt donated eight ucrcs of land valued at $2, 500. Wiikn a Democratic Secretary of the Navy refuses to accept a ves sel built by a Bepublican, and which vessel does not come up to the agreed standard, the'refusnl at once gives said Republican con tractor cancer of tho throat. Tun Irish Landlords appear to have arrived at tho stago of frenzy. In tho County of Kerry tenants are evicted and tho houses they occu...

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. — 22 January 1887

jwiwuinniimi'lrinriiiwm'nM'wmtcun inttittivnntaeiMt9iirmiiimMi)iisMMwa0 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, li. U ft r 'i 1 k Y Mr. Frank Whoolor la In the city. J. W. Work la Blowly Improv ing in health. Miss Eva, daughter of F. Har rington, is sick. J. K. Groghan has recovered his usual health. Tho "Night Owls" lmvo boon nightly hooting. Dr. Dyo aud lady have returned from Now York. Miss Adda, daughter of Lloyd Myrcs Is very sick. Prohibition at tho Presbyter ian church to-night T. P. Johnston's caso has been continued till Jan. 26. Mino's Big Five Commcdy Co. will show hero again to-night. Charlston, W. Va. has retro graded from Prohibition to License. Lewis Wagner of South Perry was in town last Tuesday on busi ness. Miss Jonny Guthrlo is still con fined to hor room with rheuma tism. Tho machinery for . tho new mill is of tho latest and most im proved patern. A revival of considerable pro portions is in progress at tho M. E. churce at this place. Tho Logan MPg Co. is running full timo on furnitu...

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. — 22 January 1887

h EAELY OHIO IIISTOJIY. Inoldonts of Pionoor Warfare, trad Bkotohos of Notod Piouoora. Tho Crntrnnlitl of Tim "Wculrrn i:mplro" In IR8H. The followlnR Intorcstltifj nrllclo on Uio cnrly history of Ohio It tnlten from tlio Cincinnati Commercial (latetle of n recent dntc. Wo nro In fielded lo tlmt Jotirnnl for tlio llluilrnllotu U9cd herein "Tin itrint events of tills country tlmtoccurrcd fc-iforo tlio yenr 180(1 nro belnir rrincmtiorcd and c'lrlmited In turn, no In llttlo moro tlinn n year tl Stnto of Ohio, nml Indeed tlio whola of our "V! ""stern Umpire," in It ucil to bo called, will haw Its 0110 hundredth birthday. So wo shall celebrate: Tlio establishment of tho first Territory cro nted by tho Continental Coiif-rein. Tlio found liifj of llvo free States cut from It. Tho birth place of Ohio, Indlnun, Illinois, Michigan, Wis cousin. ThO erection of a b.irrler nuulnst tlio encroachment of Klavcry. Tho onlinnnco of 1787 that tnuilo tho new Stales forever free. Tho planting of it colo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 January 1887

-'.jm t wJlXHi II 1 7. li vt ft Y & i TILE NEW SOUTH. Addrosa of H. W. Grady Boforo tho Now England Booioty At the Forefather' Dinner In New York Eloquent Trllmtra to Abrnliitm Mil- , coin, thn Confrilnrntn Holtllers, and tlto Itenturod Union. Following nro Uio sallcntpnasapos In Uto jjDccch of Mr. Henry V. Grady, of Attnutn, Ga., dotlvcrod nt tho dlnnor of tlio Now Kn- gland Society, glvonon Kornfntlior's Day at olmotilco'R, In Now York City ! "Thoro w.i u South of secession and Blavory that South Is dead. Thoro Is a South or union anil freedom thnt South Is living, breathing, griming ovory hour." Thnso words delivered from tho lips of Ilcnjnmln H. Hill, In Tammany Hall, In l&M, mnlto my text for to-nljilit. Pardon inn ono word, Mr. President, spoken for tho purpose, of potting Into tliu volumes tlint to out annually freighted with tho rich elonuonoo of your (.perilcers tho fact that tha rnvnllcr as well nu tho Puritan was on this continent In Its curly days, and ho was "up...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 January 1887

VI II M Wis- ease. Tim mcetliil of the Ohio Short horn Hrecdur'fj Association was oiio of tlio most interesting ovur ItoW. At tlto meeting l-r. T. P. Bhlohls, of Union County, road un Interesting papor on "Tlio duty of Cnttle-grower.s In regard totlio cut tle l'Ingtio mid other contnyaotis diseases." In tlto course of his remarks ho mild tlio disease Is supposed to have existed in the mountains of Switzerland for ninny years boforo Its character was made known. Tho food supplied for largo armies caused greater movement of cattle nnd curried contagion to other countries, reaching England In 1812 and entailing an annual loss there of 10,0(10,000. The disease was curried from England to Now York in 18 If). Massachusetts was the first State to take steps to stamp out the contagion, and, as a result of her vigorous policy, has been comparatively freo from Its ravages for some years. The dan ger to "Western cattlo was enhanced by the introduction of calves from dairy and Infected district...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

,.W c y- ft - HE Pi !! y a: - t-&'-- YOIi. I. NO. 31. LOG-AN, O., SATURDAY JA3STUARY 20. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. jff kk , . H -""itx JK & 19S SI f ' -J? I f t JL. A. A. 4. JUi THE PEOPLES' BANK OP L0OAN. Cuh Capital, $50,000.00. Ji Deposits Bccurcd by Individual Liability of over ., - ..,; . J.r.. . roar Hnnarca too us ana uonars. Does n Reneral brinklng buslnen. Foreign Drafts mid Hlcamshlp Tickets for sale at low ait rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAwrtikce A. Rut.vkr, President. OeohoejW. Pum-en, Vlco Brest. Kkuiikn 1). Cui.VKlt, Cnsliler. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capita, $50,000. TAr Walker, President. Chad. E.JJotucn, Cashier. Vac general banking business, receives doposltj, discounts paper, and buys mid sella Exchange. BANK In central room In the. Jnmcn Bloc ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREIIM. Sttornoy-at-Law artd Notary Public, Dolllson Building Logan, O. Collections of Claims, Notes and Accounts, ItortRnpes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

.1 V U The Ohio Democrat BIUSHM WHITE, Publisher. LOGAN. : OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Bonus ton-cent pieces havo mndo their appearanco. Hauhisiiuiio's now silk mill, just Btartcd, will employ 400 hniuts. I'addy's Hum Post-ofllco, O., has been changed to Glondowor. A Spanish Chnmbor of Comincrco Is talked of In Now York. Pinkeye lm9 mndo Its appearanco among tlio horses In Pittsburgh. GiNcircu cqunl to tho Jamaica Is growing on Caloosalmtchlo rlvor, Fin. K.noland proposes to tnx foreign work men twcnty-ilvo dollars a year. St. Louis hasono saloon toovcry 173 poo plo nnd ono church for every 2,S00. At Louisville, Natliam Bloom, n dead merchant, had a funernl a mllo long. TiiKitnlsa proposition to clmngo Inaug uration dny from March 4 to April 80. The Connecticut General Assembly re elected General Hnwloy U. S. Senator. Smoked red, whatever that may bo, Is named among tho now fashionable colors. Texas wants Congress to pass a law against dealing In grain and cotton futures. Kansas has over ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

The Ohio Democrat, nllEHM tt. WHITE, 1'ubllshor. WQAH. i ' OHIO THE LESSON OF THE ELM. An ancient elm outnldo my cotln&o gnte Spread wldo Its giant branches, gaunt and baro', Its withered leaves bo lately grcer. and fair Lay hotvptfl. nad jTCsjei lis tart with Jalry wsignt; Whlto as tho winds sighed through tho leafless form This sad plaint to my listening onr was bornoi Ah mo I Tho blonlt and winter days havo come, And useless, I must stand, and idly wait; My creaking limbs bomonn their hnploss stato; Of needful holp or pity thoro Is none. Beroft of beauty, I no longer stand Inviting to my shade with beckoning hand. No children ploy around mo as of yore, Nor robins build In mo tholr swinging nest; Tho pattont herd no longer hero seolts rest Roturnlng homowark, ns so oft beforo ; Forgot, neglected, nono to pity mo, fOr mantlo throw o'er my deformity. That night a gontlo storm of snow was scon Soft falling through tho midnight air, And morn disclosed a sccno of benuty rare; Tho h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

M V WM5l'C'HV'tlw).W,J-)WyTl''"V''"iU' .m.n m iuiYji'ani.vmi'w.mnnwimniwii m.i.'nmim.tiu.jmiiiM iMav.niiyriiLJwMtrnMi'jjuuijiujiiiiipiiii.'uiiuiituuiiit THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, UnEUM & WHITE, . . Poollihsri. A, H. 'Wilson, - - . Editor. SATURDAY, .TAN. 21) - 1337. In l'lolilliitlnn l'ostllil ?- Vlrlno of The nbovo question has been nskcd times without number nml m nmny times answered In ac cordance with tlio opinion of liim who gives the reply. If wo were to judge by tho earn estness and apparent honesty with which many of tho enemies of tho liquor traQlc advocato tho passage, by. tho law makers of tho various States, of first one measure, then another, we would bo impelled to tho belief that somo one of the measures would survo tho purpose, and tho t rattle with all its concom itant evils and abuses would disap pear forovor. Without reverting to tho various measures adopted by tho kingly governments of the old World, with their history of fuiluro and disappointment, wo will content ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

'ftvwvmtnci m,qijaumi.AwwjJiJwuwmn liiMmiwnmHiijimKMimmmrimmiMunmHJiu9mKMtnjtnHjmiwmiiivLm,.i'MiiiniLrwmrjittii'ii jwm!iuiMiiiiwiMitmniijw.wniig x THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XjOO-A.Xj 1TE"W s. W. JI. McCHntock is again nmong us. Hon. C. H. Buorbaus wno in Logan Sunday. Dr. Farquhnr will bo in Logan Fob. 3 and 4. Vernon 0. Lodd, of Salt Lake City is in Lognn. Miss Addio Myers still con tinues very sick. Miss Clara Brchm was in Lognn Thursday. Harlow White's property was appraised on Thursdny. Tho revival at tho M. E. Church Btill continues. Charlio Bowon of Columbus was in tho city Monduy. L. V. Mcrrin, of Zancsvlllo was In the city Tuesday. A new advertisement for ITar mison & Co., appears in this issue. Charlie Price is with tho Lou don Clothing Company, of Colum bus. Johnny Brinning raised enough courage to becomo a member of tho "owls." Miss Hattie, youngest dnughter of Judge Acker, is hopelessly sick of consumption. Wo are glad to learn that Dr. D. Finney is recovering from his re c...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

in GENERAL RUJFUS PUTNAM. A Rugged Character of Early Ohio Tho Father and Founder of tho Buckeye Stnlo. Important Kntrrprlsi' Which llo Iniutgtf riitrcl hihI I'onlrrrd Illn 1'iitrlntlc Htritg rIii to Ort on In tho World An Interest ing Historical rapcr. tfrom Iho Clnelnnntl Commercial (lnroltc.1 Thcio Is n Rrent ileal about Marietta to remind ono of tho struggles ami lives of tlio early set tlers. There nro still a number of quaint nnil significant landmarks In a fair statu of proven nllon. The oldest homo In Ohio Is it c-e-rera -. IL.( - CLNPItAN HUrua I'UTMM'S I.ANII Ot 11CK Or.IJ- fst housb ix onto. small framo building, perched on a lofty foun dation of rough stones, which wus onco occu pied as u land olllce by (leneriil Itufus Putnam, the founder of Ohio, and tho mm to whoso memory the people of tho live great States tint wore cam 1 from the N'orthviost Territory should nilio u proud and lolosial monument. General I'ntnnm was it remnrknblo man. Ho has been confounded In the pop...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

, o V FOREIGN GOSSIP. J Tho Berlin ilog tax yielded tho city last year 280,000 marks ($71,600). An ornngo Irco ovor four hundred years old, In thoorangorloat Vorsiillloc, was planted by Eionova do Castile, tho wifo of Charles III. In rotum for his gift of Arabian horses, Quocn Victoria sont to tho Sul tan of Muscat a fine gold watch and chain, a hall clock and a costly tcn scrvleo. As a protection against tho rabbit plague, tho government, of Queensland has purchased throo thousand and ilfty miles of wlro netting, with which to build a fence around the colony. Prof. Collctt, tho well-known Nor wegian zoologist, announces that tho beaver Is now extinct in Northern Nor way, but estimates that about one hun dred and sixty are still In existence In tho South, ehioily In tho provinces of Nctlciinos. Tho imperial family of Austria do not waste tholr tlmo in idleness. Tho Crown Prince has lately published a book, tho Archduchess Maria Valerio is writing a play, and tho Archduke Karl Salvat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 January 1887

M 1 SflSi?i.'?1''-'S.s',JSLHl lt'11''Jl''S'-',''t-ii'"';-iJf,A'iinTftonmiTt'jTjHfmi-t. .iiiu'i-ii ci iim.i.jnuijt jlhu.u:u"vjh.:iitj vim t'iiu h b.hi.,lhj'i f,u-':T'w iiujjj i. u.um.'m.Tiu.i mut Points About PeuiiM. FroM oysters to pcnrh la u nnl. xirnl ti-niiftltlon, though it boclmngo from plcusnnl ntlniont to pure or liientatlon only. Trtto .Murk An tony illsaolvod in vl)1o,'nr and HWnllowcd a jicnrl of i'lilmlou.i val ue (80,7:20 of our nioni'y), but wo don't tnipnnsc that It proved lion no liouolio for liimor (lint his digestion was Improved thorohy. An ad mirer, apeuklnp of the pearl's doll onto and silvery lustre, says: "It re lieves tho eye after tftiKlng at the brilliancy of tho diamond like tho Hoft brightness of tho moon after tho dazzling llro of tho sun." Tho Hindoo poetically describes tho origin of tho pearls to drops of dew that full into tho sheila of the fish in which they are formed. I'liny had probably heard of this idea, for lie says: "Pearls vary according to t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

1 The Ohio Demogra H G YOL. I. NO. 32 . LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YBAJl. f I "- '5. T,V '"fcCf? Kb w" i,; m THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAH. Cjhtfk Capital, . $50,000.00. Deposits secured ly Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doaa a general bantling business. Foreign Drafts and Blcatnshlp Tickets fur nalo ntlow bstratca. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera Honsc. l.WBBjcn A. Cui.vkb, President. CljtouanW. I'um.en, Vico 1'rest. ItKUUKN D. CUI.VKH, Uftfllllcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offloe Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. dfiajta Walker, President. Chas. E. Bow en, Cashier. Doe a general banking business, racolvos 4yoslts, discounts paper, and buys and sells Xxohange. !" BANK In central room In tho James took. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. ittorey-at-Law and Notary Pabllc, DalllBOB Building Logan, O. Cancellous orcialms, "Notes anil-Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Deeds, Will, Mechanic's Mens, Ac, drawn nnd...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

!"i!lJ"l!!ti?j?7-is.t'"'f , mi i " 'ft r h r; The Ohio Democrat. HP.F.HM & WHITn, Publishers. I' LOGAN, : j ! : OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. LtTiioanirmo stono Is found in Walker County, On. Undtkd sealskin sacques And fnvor In ome qunrtors. It Is snld that Buffalo BUI begnn llfo as printer's dovil. A wominemt undertaker at llcno, Not., Is Coffin C Blor. Wash the mica of tho stove doors with alt and vinegar. A citizen of Poldn, 111., rejoices In th namo of Bloompot. IIonkt Is much usod for cut Ing hams now, Instead of sugar. Mn. WxnnEN, of Boston, says that Adam lived at tho North Polo. Washington's now .',000,000 hotel Is to bo called tho Windsor. TiniEE-PoonTiis of tho Florida ornngo crop has been markotod. AiutANSAfl rnlsus a volco In favor of free text books and against frco passes. An artesian woll at Waynesboro, G., camo on human bones 400 feet deep. Wounded Knee Is tho namo of n now postoflico in Shannon County, Dakota. A statistician claims thcro is ono di yorco to every four a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

mtvx.wt 1 The Ohio Democrat. niwnu & WHITK, Publishers. LOGAN. i : i OHIO. HIS LETTERS RETURNED. Bhe (ravo him back hi lettors With her One patrician bit, With a Mngo of gentle sadness Mndo hor sonm3cs truly l&ir, And thus the i,oml wns sovcrcd, Whllo their lovo wns In Its spring; Bho gftTo him buck his loiters, Hut sha kapt hts diamond ring, Bho would Jm to him n ulster If ho needed such n friend; In this world, so fnlso and cruirt, On hor truth ho might depend. Other men might doom her heartless, Bho would puss them by ns churls, While, In statollcst devotion, Bho would woor his sot of ponrls. And tho Jowolod fans from Tarls In tholr costly cablnot, And tho many dainty trllles Wrought In ormolu nnd Jot, And much brlo-n-brno of valuo That hud come across tho brine, Sha retained ns sweet mementoes Of tho days of auld lung syne. But she RfiTfl him baok his letters, And lndood thoy wcro not few, Tho' thoy had no monoy valuo, As our herolno woll know; So Bho parted with thom br...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

wJ "-rv ) ' ,'V it w- 'ft r 'in i n on myiununiy "mjinnmnpi aiuiujnmminmMm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, j. i .i.. ........ . . . ,i. -.. .,. BBEHtt & WHITE, Fnbllshers. A. H. "Wilson, ... Editor. SATUIIDAY, PUB. C - 1887. Wu woro plcnscd to meet nt Sirnitsvlllo on Tuesday lust, Mr. E. 0. Lybnrgar, iind Bonj. Wells, of Knox Co., who wcro thcro roprc Bcntlng Tlio Mutual Aid Associa tion, of Zuncsvlllo. This company is doing a good business under tlio management of the abovo named genial and pleasant gentlemen, AihiuckijK, one of tlio leaders of tlio CofTeo Syndicate advertises a live cent pieturo with each pack ago of coflee. lie had bettor take flvo cents off of each pound that this syndicate- of gamblers aro lllchlng from tho public. Thous ands of laboring men aro compelled to uso ryo and corn as a substitute for coffee on account of this cursed monopoly. Hell is too good for this class of robbers. Somerset Jyrcss. Right, Brother Macgrudcr, tho party who offers a premium worth five cents ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

mmmmwmwMtmmmim&mmm jksw .tsMiifl'-wwgtf mgMWr II , .y ..., -- p- "- ( 1 T f lf' iiKtfjflwMHlHHHBi m.ET A : m OHIO DEMOCRAT, Early spring. Plenty of rain. Experiments don't go In Logan, This Is good woathor for dances A little bit icy Tuesday morn ing. P. S. Pursoll was In the city Stmdny. G. "W. Brehm Was In Lancaster Friday. r Jos. Bochostor Is visiting at Bucyrus. Miss Cora, daughter of Dr. Banoy, is ill. The ground hog failed to bco his shadow. The owls mado a parado Mon day ovonlng. Andy Crawford was in the city over Sunday. The OwlB are doing an excel lent business. A sido order of Elks is called the "Vampires.'' Tho good work is still going on at tho M. E. Church. Local Option, Means to take your choice of drinks. Miss Mary and Will Price aro in Lancaster this week. Buy your groceries of George Hartman and save money. The Salvation Army will1 give a banquet next Thursday uight. Honv Henry 8. .Neal was a business visitor at Logan Wednes day. Dr. Farquhar was at tho Rempol H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

i w- ,' ri?tfritgifdMi''T'iMai"iif-T,i T nyrv ' '"a uf EAKLY OHIO DAYS. 0 Marietta Plonoora and Tholr Doscondants. mHnco of the Pratt jr Daughter nf Ohio' lrt (Invrruor Tim Flrnt Sheriff la Ohio Inil Ills Knrly Adventure, he llncnl descendants of llio pioneers that 10 to Marietta nnd mndo tho nrnt settlement ihlo. In 17W, can ho traced readily to this cnitlon, nnd It In a innttor ot cry rencrnl irest to know thnt many at lhcc old families o at tho present tlmo representatives who oct distinguished credit tinon their founders. ! hardy finalities pf bruin mid liody that Ited the lcilders nmonft the early Rctllcre of o have been transmitted to Bitceeetlln sen tient, and nothing has been lost In tho do ht. n tho lato war thero were four dlstlnirulliefl icrnls upon tho Union sldo who trivco their t bach to somo of tho families tint canio to rletta before ITffl. Two Oenorol who nro ootidcd from tho pioneers nro Don Carlos ell nnd lrwlrt McDowell. Tho other two nro acruls I'cpo nnd Dnoltin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 February 1887

' 'TTff f ,Tlf"fP,,i?Wi-", "", V ,f TWSVy V - I "" m Ik iv- i Iri B LET ENGLAND BEWARE. tha Rcnato'a Warning- to Great Ilrltntn and Cnnnila Tito Kilmnmln Hill Author ttlng Itctntlntlon Aftnlnat furtlior Out rRM by tits nnmlnlon Oovorntriont 1'assoil Fiery Utlprnncei nf Henutors Inirnllsnnitl'r.rri Synopsis oftlio Mensiiro Tlio Fcellnc; lit fnnmln, Wabihnotos, Juti. 25. Yestorilrsy, nt tlOO p. m., tho Bonato, on motion of Bonntnr Edmunds (Vt.), proceeded to tho consldorntlon of tho Bonato bill to author Ito tho President of tho United Btntos to protect and dofond tho rights of Amorl can flshlng-vossolB, American llnhormcn, American trading and other vossols on cer tain cases. Senator Iniralls (KniO thounhtthatthoso fluhory difficulties must bo ultimately set tled, oithor by ne gotiation or by war. This mcasuro wan distinctly ono of re taliation, it was an oyo for an oyo, n tooth for a tooth, a fish for n flan, an Insult for an Insult, a wrong for a wrong. llo thought It Impor tant, b...

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