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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 April 1887

THE-OHIO DEMOCRAT 0. W. BREIIfJ, Proprietor, A. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. BATUIIDAV, APR. 2 - 1887 Democratic Ticket. Tho Ticket nominated by tlic Democracy lust Saturday, and which la given olsewhcro In tills .paper. Mom: Law and Order nnd less Tempernnco slush, will do much to ,bonofltour town. Tnn Athens Presbytery holds its .spring sessslon next week at Beverly, "Washington Co. Tin: Democrats "of 001111111)113 have nominated Philip II. Bruek, a well-known business man of that city, for Mayor, and ho will bo elected. To kill the goose that lays tho golden egg is llio acme of foolish ness, so vote for conservative and liberal minded citizens for mem bers of Council. Oun City authorities boast of the condition of the town finance1, and are industriously trying to abolish the source from whence a great portion of their finances has been derived. "AWiAx QuAKTinuiAix; or, A Frowning City," the new story by the author of "She," increases in interest in Dcmoreal'x Monthly for April, and ...

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. — 2 April 1887

j.. -Ja--3rasaafefesMiaragsBfeaaai. V-fc'J'i-MSBig3eSS3S-SiiEji .Elaast3scslaMiHiiciiBa4.i r j .. mmnJUmantu v .K THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, nSTEWS. ' El'slilng-rods aro In market. Miireh marched out like a lamb. Will Keynes still has liis hand tied up. C. Bowmtui of Lnneastor was In Logan TUcachiy. Worry Gngo run a nnll In his lmnd Inst Friday. Crcsap has moved his tailor shop to Nolsonvllle. Frank Blasius has some fine bargains In spring suits. Sheriff Gnillgher was in Colum bus Friday on business. Coronor"Gngo fa lid ldilgbr Jan itor at the Cpurt House. W.N. England, of Columbus, was in tho city Friday. Mrs Norrls spent tho foro part of this week In Gallipolis. Will Downey loft on Monday last for Rushville, Indiana. Col. W. A. Taylor, of Columbus was in tho eity Wednesday. Tho Crescent Club gave a dance, on Monday evening. W. M.Bowcn and John Hansen wore in Columbus Thursday Dr. Dollison and G. W. Brchm wero in Lancaster last Tuesday. Miss Ida Kanodo celebrated her 15th birthday, by a ta...

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. — 2 April 1887

t i P HI . J OHIO HISTORY, Znnoov'llo Soloctotl ns tlio Stato Capital Sovonty-Sovon Yonra Ago. KtiencorZnno nml lll Hoii-ln-t.mv, John Miln'tlro How flic I.ultor Upheld tlio l.nws In AlugkliiRiini County. A point for Hie perm jncnl locitlon of Hie Cap ital ol Ohio win fixed upon wllli great ilinicuity, From the organization of thoStnto (Internment, In W nml 18H), until 1810, tlio Ciipllnl was Chllllcotho. In 1800 a Iw was pasicil transferring the neat or Covcrnmcnl to Xntictvlllo, where It rcmnlncd for tw o years, nnd hus then removed buck to Chllllcnlhc The ambitious towns of Ohio all wanted to bo selected lis tlio perni.iticnt seat of tho Stato (Internment, nail tho contest over the matter roe to tho point of bitterness. Cincinnati, Chllllcotho, Lancaster, MnrlotU and other places urged their claims upon rucccssIic Leg islatures with persistency mid rorcc. Chilli cothe, which was the homo t tho shrewdest politicians In tho State, held the Capital till 381(1, mid secured Its ruturn...

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. — 2 April 1887

i ', mim-nme,,-, ...... 1 i ' M HEROIC GARIBALDI. .Great Physical Strength, llrnvrry find I OTitRnanlmlt' of the "Liberator." 1 What Impressed mo most nbout Grid bnldl was' tho immonso tvlcopa of shoulder muscles ho hud. Thoy wcra ijust llko two half cocoanuts sticking up Undornonth his whlto Mexican mnntlo. iFrom Ileonan and Morrlssoy to Macr i(Snycrs had a remarkably small arm) 1 (novor saw any thing llko It It would have mado two of theirs. And tho saberho uscdl Two of tho Life- Guards' jbladcs forged Into ono would just lmvo mado it. Many a tlmo havol soon that awful saber sweeping right, loft, right, loft, llko clockwork, as ho mowed down tho enemy llko grass, seated on his old .whlto charger, leaving a "lane" (that Is tho only word) for us who followed him closely. "Avantl avantt" rang from his lips all tho whllo, and his trumpet volco roso high above tho loudost artillery firo. His strength was simply Herculean, and was only sur passed by General Dunne. As an in stancoof Gari...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 April 1887

vmvMiTtui wwmwr'irtrswmvi:'r n -. GOLDEN ROD. Oh, Koldcnrnd' ,DMrt tliou mob laww li.'iv ten;, tlio wlntci I X'.to J, How wearily ' wnltml ftjrthJ nprl'i;? Couldtt:ioii nul wait llnmigti trailing sign of tAimr.ier lfr.t jxt qnlto Alec Thou ihoiislill'ctt, lager f-nt&d comer AI0115 Iho roiil mill iVr iat.h green Llllildu Thy tfoltei Iwaiisru v.i.lof Dost lieu not know how Ions we wntelirdtlio plni tlpl Eifnm they opened ell their coliltn store! linw (rts beforj I'm nniy old uinrblo hi luichci IltuncifrtitUltll tf:it sprlus hud eonw onto iiiiira? L'cforo the nUlw trtaoslJ drooped mid quivered Atvu tlw raw i.Tsru la t'.m meadow incivf Before, t'ae earth stirred no.tly ult'i the nili-Th; Of cei r.i mid rootlet, nail vo could not lunrf All not tbon ImowcBt net I !'o 1.15a of sorrow In In thy facj i'o vl,-;IH dcx.t tliou keep; Tor thco t'.itro 1 1 110 ret itn.l ti J to-morrow. WhstlltiHj iy Let t'100 It drcnniloon Qeop. Tliou r.tc-'nst wnrm lhruii;h all tha I!n;;irhi3 winter; TUcro t,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

Mj-ji. .- .,.. .-; -Wtof-My W r, i MIU. -, -' jlr'vCMy' jliiji-liiaiw'nffiii.i' vJiHtm-itfof" tjZn- .. ...-i jiiiwv ii, li-UUJW- i, n OCRAT. V&L; I. -NO. 42fi I LOGrAH, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1887. TEEMS, 81.50 PEK YEAR. mm h nniiij nimi'wuniMinmBWWWWlHIt i "" ' I OHIO TiEriVi 1 HrL, i f i ', THE PE0PLES, BANK 0FL0OA1T. ' i , Cnsh CnpHiilj - $50)000.00.1 Deposits secured, by Individual Liability of over.. Four Hundred Tlious'and?Doilars. ; ' Does a pcnernl fonnltlntc ImhIucsh. Foreign DrnCIs unit Steamship Tk'lcctH fur sale tit low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. G, Opera House. liAwnr.Nt'K A. Our.vnn, President. Gi:onoi: Wt I'ui.min, Vlci l'rest. IlKUJiiiN I). (Jui.vjni, Cnililcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chas. E.JOowen, Cashier. Does a rencrnl banking biHnof", receives deposits, illscounts paper, and buys nml sellii Exchange. SF-BANIC In centrnl room In tlio James Block. ATTORNEYS. 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

wmbttttiriiui'trTijiftitf f GOLDEN ROD. Oli, troltVn rnvt' DMrt thou nor, Know h,nv loiLjtiictrlntti 1 t'ltcJ, IIpw wearily wn walled f4-.Mli i Apilug? Coulilst ttlsu not wait tlnw.g'.i waning Isii ot Eulilnicr l.'ot yet quite. i".Inp Thou thoiislill' i, lager fjutfcd comrr- Alonli I01il niul tiVrtaiti giceil Llllslild Thy colltou licniicru wl.luf Dost thou net l:Sow how long wo watched tlio jitas tlpi Dtforo. llicy opened r.lt their G0M211 store! Itow Ions tieforj I'm gray old iiinr'ola brniichci Uiittifd ml tjlsll tfiat spring hud eonm unci) mora? Before l!ic alder taacolu drooped and quivered Alvo tlio raru i;vn ia llio meadow iiicivt IJcforo fas card stirred Bo.tiy wlt:i tho ntlnln;; Of fci r.i und rootlet, lUid wo could uot liter J All nol thou luiowest not I Kn i.lgn of Borrow - 1j li t'.iy Caci! io vfcjl'i doi.t taou keep; Tor thco 1 aero l.i no ret ami nu to morrow. What li not J y la doo 1 1 dreamless nlcep. Tlion i.kriest warm (brutish till t'10 IJnjjcrln;? winter; TbCro t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

wmmhyMl w- tw. -TTnTftr if-tii M rya."HWwi fc'j"!mirW'feiLV- 1 T,,r .n-f viwi ..' r- i ; :'. a"v , ,.l l v, !' i i f ? ,!f VOL; I. NO. 42l LOGAjST, O., SATURDAY, APKIL 9, 1887. TEBMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. THE PE0PLES, BANK & ZLZZZE2i!KZ KZESSSIZ. SiiiOOiJKS: S3iESJSiinSS2JniySnJx2nBSS2 E2C OF 10&AN. yiuruimiiL i fciiiur, B , ! i t M - J ,. I,,L.,I.. , ll. ,1 . ' , Democrat r f.lt? OHIO J u El . b I ' '$50,000.00. Deposits secured byd Individual Liability o'foyoh , " Four Hundred Thons'anAoilars. ; ' Does a pcncrnl bnnklnj? tiiiHlncui. Foreign limits iiiul ytcninslilp TIclcctH fur unlc ut low est rates. OFFICE!, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAwnr.NCK A. (Un.vr.n, Frcldcnt. C3i:cmui:,W. I'uj.min, Vl: l'rcat. Kuiwiix I). Cm.viat, Cnshlcv. THE FIRST BANK of. log an; OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000; John Walker, President. Chun. IS.Jlowen, Cashier. Does a cencrnl bnnltlnK limine, receives Iepotltn, discounts purier, mid buys anil sells 'Exchange. g...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

4 The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnn Chlnoso alphabet contains 80,030 characters. Potatohs BtufToil with egg and grated cheeso aro n now dish. Tiik Tetnplo Kmanuol, In Now York, has nn organ with 4,424 pipes. Oibtf.iis on shell at a cent nplcco, aro vended on trays In Now York. Ix India thero aro four femalo mission aries to every million of women. Diamonds nro found In two Georgia coun ties nnd gold In llfty-slx counties. Awem.3,000 feet deep Is to bo bored It. tho City of Mexico in search of oil. Am. the railroads are looking sharp to their bridges. It's a good investment. A Nnwnuiio (N. Y.) maiden chewed too much gum and lost control of her jaw. Salt Is selling forllfty-ono cents n barrel In Michigan, with tho barrel thrown in. The best modern slcgo guns cost $117,000, nnd it costs fJUO to shoot ono of them only once. A rnTsictAN sits at tho bcdsldo of Em peror William watching whllo tho mon arch sleeps. IUiriMOitn Is now supplied with Illumin ating gas at thirty...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

1 1 SIC niiiii.iiitjiiw)uMjju--jj-uu'. unoaati The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. . e OHIO. ALL THEJMORE, SIR. You say you're lout your liontt to mo, Ami cull mo qui to a clmrmcr. You tell mo tUnt my lovor dour I nothing but a fnrmor; Ito UHo to toll, In lionont soil! I know It nil before, sir, -Ana ni he Is farmer lad, I lovo him oil tho moro, lr. I do, Indeed! I hope you heed. My story told boforo, Mr; If you ilei)lso tho lad I prizo, I lovo him all tho more, sir. You say my lovor offors mo A cot, nnd moro's tho lilty! That I shall havo as your fair brldo A mansion In tno city. Ah, no, sir, thanks I That cot outrnnkt Tho palacoi of yoro, sir, Ifor ench Bwcot roso that rouml it blow JJH lovo him nil tho moro, sir. You tell mo you would rtlo for mo ; our lovo you can not smother r I m sorry, sir, but John nnd I ' -" " would dlo for ono nnothor. My former boy, ho brings mo Joy; I hcur him nt tho door, sir You'd hotter go s If you're his foe, I lovo him all tho moro, sir. I do, Indeed; I hopo ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BHE1IM. Proprietor) A. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, APR. 0 - 1887 Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Sceond-nlpss matter, Everything Deinocjntic In Newark except street commission er. The Democrats of Clrclcvllle elect their Mayor by a majority of of nine. Close call. In Zanesville the Doinocrats elect Dr. Ilolclen Mayor and nbout one half of the council. Cleveland gave a Democratic majority on Monday between three and four thousand. Hurrah I Columhus elected the whole Democratic ticket by from -100, to 800 majority Too much skin cano. Eigiitukn inches of snow fell on Monday in Michigan while the elections were going on. It was a cold day for . Lancaster elected the whole Democratic ticket, the first time for years. If. Clay Drinklo was bcaton for council. Glory. A Syracuse woman boldly an nounces that she can tell what has become of lost articles. Perhaps she will kindly inform an interest ed public as to the present where abouts of the Forakcr boo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

"-- - Trm j i X THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOCAL nSTETWS. Rink. Spring. Tomorrow Is Enster Sunday. Logan 1ms six livery stables. Scwell Bennett wn8 In Logan Sunday. Rov. E. W. Work Is tit homo this week. Our gns well Is still on top of the ground. Miss Matlo Mum ford Is homo on a vacation. John Lutz of Columbus visited hero this week. Tho now Councilman will bo sworn Tuesday night. Tho now mill is making most excellent flour. Try it. N. W. England, of Columbus was In tho City Monday. Mr. Coultrap, of Nclsonville was in the city Friday. Georgo Work, of Galllpolls, was in tho city Sunday. Charles Bowen, of Columbus, was in the city on Monday. Tho sprinkling wagon started to make its rounds this week. John Harrington, of Woostcr College, is at home this week. C. I. Barker, of tho Athens Journal was in Logan Monday. Fred Rochester and Ed Dono van aro now sporting plug hats. Sylvester Davis was elected J. P. in Benton township on Monday. Dode Whitehurst,of Winches t C er, was among Logan visitor...

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. — 9 April 1887

I k t t.T- i h ii iTiuM. .UiutihihMi ti ZANESVtLLE WORTHIES. Famous Gharaotora of Barllor Ohio Days. Interesting Ctirrers nf fmtnc Villi llortic, (loncral I.nwls Cass mill Others, The subjoined picture of aenrr.it Vnn Homo It from n painting Hint wns m.ido ivliilc tic was In ciimpwlth the Continental nrmy nt Valley l'orgc. OKNKll.M, ISAAC VAN ItOttNR. One of the moit interesting men prominent In the early history of tho Muskingum Vnlley was General Isaac Vnu Home. Ho mw born Jan uary 13, mi. In llucks County, li of Dutch parentage, his ancestor buying been of the orlgln.il settlers of New Amsterdam, (N. Y,), when It was a colony of Holland. At the ago of twenty-two he entered the Con tinental army ns ensign. He was engaged with lils reglmont building Vort Washington when thu news of tho Declaration of Independ ence Mas rcccltcd, July I, 1771); parlielpitcd In tho batllo of Long Island in tho following August. November 10, 1770, that part of tho nrmy to vhlch ho was attached, numberi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

-)- V I LIMEKILN OLUD. President (Inrilnnr'a Whole ome Arlflco to Jlrnther Who "Got Ilellftton," "If BnuUlcr Colncldonco Jnokson am back ilnr Ity do stovo I sliottltt llko to sneak a few wonls tolilm," onid Brothor Qnrdnor as tho mooting oponod. Colncldonco lmd just taken o(T ono nlioo and sock to agitato Ills chilblains, but after a few hurried motions ho camo to tho front and Hto president continued: "Bruddcr Colncldonco, has any thing happened to you lately?" "ifes, sah I'zo gotrcllgtm." "So I understan'. Yott'vo almoas' mado up your mind to go fo'th and preach, doy toll moP" "Yes, sah. I'zo jlst waltln' Hill I git somo money ahoad." "Bruddcr Colncldonco, lot mo adviso wid you. People often mako mistakes In slch things. Now, in tho fust place, try ycr religion an' sco If It stands da tests. "Has ycr change of heart resulted in ycr payin1 up any outlawed dobtsP "Do you do n,,f less poundin' an1 sw'arin' when datolomulo o' yours gits stalled in do mud? "Am yoit firmly decided in yo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 April 1887

; " "WHEN ' I WA3 A DOYI" J,Wlicn I wn n l.fir,' ibo rrnrililro M .To t!i3 In I) LI lad ly I Ja laic-, . 5 '"Of I ho 1 1. 1 vn crowned r.lt.'i fjnio I resd Wl'o ir.'imphctl c:l laud end dot! ,' 1 And throijMh fio Jtiti, f ra:n t'.ip dcattiUps pnso, ' 'To .VoliCi, cud Mailed, mid llOi'7 rje, 71ft) l:Kn;.V7 Is tlitw '2o Utn:il' " "V.'licn I vjco r boy " bo pn'jsat end said. To I'm Pft-'v 1 7 1 ' I 2 "C'ltiar.ir.ii s.irir riKj'.'.tjIUiid t.i ft dir:: 'ol Vii l.'st- el TUB;' prLoJ O-J tt J end vcro bved of Cod, Aad no f-'nr of ratJi t'.ny blow; An.l nlul rro-i Do f larlavLi h;! :t3 the? IroJ. Tu fncs5:i;o v.r. 1 i'.:'.4: "I: 3 Vrr.r!" -J. It. Ltv.-ccd U V.:o Quiver. nCGCARCHCO CN SNAUS PCICOtiO. ivcui inii iii" r cm Yi'iiiitii or niiift-tiii. Ilmv Drill ll In Cuuxi'd. Tho fknllkBonhn intllhilton hr.i pub lliho'.l Dr. Jli'.eheU'o iT.tl rrefe-scv r.cich evt'tS rer.eaic!:ca c:i rr.ako -oLo::s. Thu Poric:i ?:c:lcr.l n;:d fiiilc.I Jo.v.r.al w.ya of tho work! "Thu ro-. I tttearchen l.avo been...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

-"--li M--, mi, I, I, Amiiiny i I &$ ft &, f J wprf jtSfj.. n4mj ,, fWnCT-i a a t ss v&m f irt ,t 'Vi udi U ui.l a-fT The Ohio Democrat. i-r VI 'V Ifl !' VOL. I. NO. 43 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APKIL 16.11887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Kr 9 Il'll lllfliiiMM H rift- WA 3 h urn THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. r Cask Capital ., $5o,ooo.'oo; i ! I 'i ' 1 ! v . ,) I - I ' . Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general banking business. Forclga Drafts mul StcamBlitp Tickets for Rate nt low cut rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honse. IjAwneNCE A. Cui.vek, President. atonaEW. Pollkk, Vlco Prcst. Itr.unp.N D. Cui-VEB) Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a, m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. IS. Boweit, Cashier. Does a general bunking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, nud buys nnd sells Ilxclmnge. BANK In central room In the .Tames Block. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. AUorn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

I N 11 m The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Nr.w YonK city hns 80,000 landlords, who collect MO,OOO,O0O rent. Nemubka passed a law, recently, making Blander u penal offense FnANKMN's fnco will lllutnlnnto tho now ono cent stamped cnvolopo. Onb Lima (O.) barbor ndvcrtlsos to nhuvo six men In ten minutes. ANnw YonK woman has sent cords to friends announcing her divorce. Unueh tho now law thoro arc to bo no mora public hangings in Missouri. TiiF.un aro ten thousand women In Cin cinnati who cam their own living. Tnnnr. aro 400,000 unmarried mon in Farls against 880,000 married men. W1i.es (tho country) has positively re fused to join In tho Victoria jubilee. No city In tho United States has relative ly so largo a foreign populutton as Chi cago. The cntlro total of tho Ilobrow raco on tho BUrfaco of tho globo Is estimated at 0,300,000. Those who formorlyheld frco passes aro now spoken of In railroad circles as ex dead heads. First tho President married, then Sec retary Lamar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

, .v irinft iHTfrtttoffi r :'. . ., ....- .miar agflJtf .swro I ifv r The Ohio Democrat. LOOAN. OHIO. , WHEN OUR SHIP COMES IN. In a cottago that stood ontho wild neinhorc, A littlo ono nut 'nonth tho vino-wreathed door. Shadowed and Rid wan that chtldlnh fnooi On tho soft, pink chook shono tho tour drop's trace ! For tho chorlshcd toy bost loved of nil Tho poor llttld wnxen-fncod, Muo oicd doll, was broken. Bmllo not at tho childish pnln, Nor tlio tears that woro dropping liko silver rain. Ilut tho Rcntlo mothor. with loving tono, Said, bending down by tho littlo ono And kissing tho mouth and dimpled chin: "Don't cry, my lovo ; when our ship comes In, Wo will get a now dolly, oh, fur moro fnir, With brighter oyos and with softer hair. Now dry your tears, for 't will surely bo When our ship comes In from tho far, wide son." O, that Bhlp to comol and how oft boforo Had tho bright cyos watched from the cottago l ' door, Afc with eager gazo thoy wcro watching now, For tho glcumlng sail...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

jmmmr-norTrTTrrn KimmmMe mrtMtrnaBrfwtJiwm mium wuniMff THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.DRBnW, "aTIl Wilson, -y SATURDAY, WW Propdotor, Editor. AIM., i) - 18f? Entered at the I'ost-oJjiccatJ.ogan as cconl'P.lm Matter. A big gas-well whs struck on Saturday lust, a short distance to thoS. K, of Limn. Lakcasti'.k needs .$2J),000 more , nt licr olid, to Insure the 'bt lid tug of tho L. A: If. It. It. Tut: fooling In all parts of Eng land against tlio coercion policy of the crown, speaks volumes in favor of Irish "1 tonic Utile." ' Tin: Lancaster Gazette liaa been enlarged and Improved in appear ance. The Gazette is ti credit to Lancaster and Falrllcld county. Tin: Bepublieans arc expected to account for the into result In Rhode Island, on tlio grounds of the influence of the earthquake. Oxi: of the inmates of the Holmes Co, Infirmary has just fell heir to JjilOOO. We would'nt wonder if lie would put on airs, and leave the institution. to provldo for the form of estab lishing the guilt of such pe...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

mu.iMiMumk f'Tir.Ti.v?rw.T:im-nrjirtrpr,rnyrsyt:'TWlnjinr aiinnWTOr,nrtmrrwtarTOir.B'arixc3m IV i Ife- IE ' ffi ' It 4. r . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, I. H&ytH-t JfcsNP -i.wr.w XjOGLL InTIEjWS. Bond our business locals. -Daverport lias shed his whisk ers. . ' Mr. Weltfeoll is again On the Streets. ' , ' , W. N. England was Jn tho city Sunday. . Councilman Wnnor sports a new plug hat. Thos. Shotwcll 1ms opened a -vegetable stand. A much needed ruin fell on Thursday night. Ed Swisher, of Columbus, was In tho city Thursday. Tho derrick at tho gas well Is sovonty-four feet high. Frank Bnirtl, of Bnirds Fur nace, wnsJu Logan Friday. -Every team, In tho livery stables wagili use Sunday. G. W.Brohm Is in Laurel Tp., this week on legal business. Fred Rochester and Ed Dono van wore in Lancaster Sunday, tf Tho derrick at the proposed gas well was etcctcd on Thursday. llov. D.lt. Moore is absent this week attending Presbytery at Bev erly, O, Olllo "Wright Is erecting a now fence in front of his re...

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