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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 May 1887

: '.'-Mvrrvy'' ".Ytt,)"'jrW,,-,'j?g') rHtr-ft p, '!f"VTrt' V A r ;r The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Filbs havo been successfully drlreu by dynamite at Fcsth. TitETallahassco plum trees are, creaking with ripening fruit. Whalebone Is at a hlghor price In Lon don than ever before. A cam. has been mado for tho rounton ol the original California 40crs. Italy has the largest gun In tho world. It Is forty-six feet long and weighs 118 tons. As many ns a hundred quaklngs of the arth a day havo been registered in New Zealand. Davhi Hostetter, of bitters fame, is worth $10,000,000. Twenty-flvo years ago he was n pcddlor. A mitrailleuse Is being tried in tho Aus trian army which will 11 ro a thousand bul lets In ninety seconds. A New York man advertisos to restore old paintings. A witty exchango wonders how many he has stolen. Weuuino cake was imported from Lon don for a marriago which took place In New York a few days ago. The output of tho locomotive works of tho country no...

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 May 1887

mmamUfa , . xrmt&mMwnnnfriv V The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. A SABBATH LONG AGO. Swing open w Mo, O doom of tlmo 1 Lot olden memories hold their sway; Blot out tho yearn or golden prima And let tho past come back to day. O, momory fond, what blessings twoot Aro waiting near thy open door! What wares of f ragranco como to greet, Julfo porfuma fresh from fairer snores. Iilko floods of sunshine from tho hills That nil tho vales with goldon light, Thy radiance soft my spirit thrills And makes tho present fair and bright. Thy hand shall lead mo back again Far past tho whitened mounds of joara Thy presoneo banish nil the pain That time has fed with bitter toars. j I seo a dreamy Sabbath day Touohed soft with nature's fairy wand', Swcot lnconso roso from new-mown hay That lay In waves along tho land. ., Xjco a smooth and level road , . That led along tho dear old town, Noar purpling hills and pastures broad, Anil soft green meadows sloping down. A Sabbath hush our senses greet. Tho day...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 May 1887

'V 3 iwiHijiiJMiinm'jirimnnnF wsynrewrjunwt'1 wt"i"H' wppwii THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.nRGHM. rroprlstor, . - Editor. A, H, Wilson, - SATURDAY, MAY 7 1887, Filtered at the Post-office at Logan as Vccond-ehtM mutter. Cor.. Wr.Tiiiv, of Logan, got$r,000 back pension lust week, and will trot $20 per month during his llfo. Shawnee Banner, Tho pension is nil right except the "buck" pnrt. Col. starts even with the gunio. At the Fairfield county Demo cratic primary, which occurred on Saturday last, tho following nom inations were inndo: CountyTrens urer, Mlehael C. Miller; Commis sioner, John Ilizey; Clerk nf Courts, John Ilenny; Itccordor, A. B. Hell; Frobnte Judge, D. T. Busby; Froso outlng Attorney, Jr. A. Dnughtery, and Infirmary Director, Michael Burton. A Slight Disagreement. It will be remembered that when Sherman was in tho south fixing up things with tho people of that sec tion ho made a great speech at Nashville that was copied in Re publican organs all over the coun try. In the cou...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 May 1887

mm& MmStSJOiSttH i-i "jfaf'yi im,ujit,.aAjiuu.an".lmn'ennfTwnr.ii iSij A i(illNtlf(blliiWXM J rt-SfttCSJ fgBt WftWttl MilJW'M'Kto 1 l-y ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT r r . .- Tlie Woolen Mill Is being re painted. ' -Tdmnto nml cabbage plants nro ripe. K. B, Comly, vn8 In Columbus this Week. Will England, wns In tho oily Tucsdny. ClniH Keynes spent Sunday in Ooluinbus. Don't fall to rend our business locnls this week, Col. ltompcl is pnlnting a num ber of his houses. L. J. Burgess returned from tho west on Thursday. G. W. Brehtn was In Lancaster one day this weok. S. II. Bright was In Columbus, Tuesday on business. Dr. Fnrquhnr was in tho city Thursday nnd Friday. Tlo Bulletin Board around tho market lot is a nuisance. Jacob Weaver was in Colum bus Monday and Tuesday. Every thing cool as ice can mako It at Wm. Wancr's. Qeorgo Cllno lias gone on al visit to Fort Scott Kansas. F. C. Rochester, is painting his rosidonco a sanguinary hue. Geo. Klelnschmldt has been granted $4.00 per month pens...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 May 1887

NOT SMOOTH SAILING. ' . Ih rtlmiiltles Which Are In Mr. Sher man's Way of Reaching Ihs Presidential Nomination. Tho boom for John Shcrmnn as tho Republican candidate In 1888 ia aastim ing, under judicious management, vory promising proportions. ILi most Inter esting fenturo Is Its many-sidudnoss. To lnrgo numbors of Hopubllcans It prosonts Itsolf nil a rollcf from tho lllalno Incubus under which they have rested so long and which they have found It so difficult to throw off. To others Shormnn Is thu candklatd of as surod llnanclal vIcwe who enn carry Now York and possibly reconcile tho Mugwumps. To another class lie is tho coming pacificator of tho South who is to rond asunder more effectively than any other Republican tho solidity of that section. Yet it is not nil plain sailing ovon in his own party for tho friend of tho Now York banks and tho discovorer of Eliza Plnkston. Two formidable ob stacles Ho in the channel through which ho must pass to a nomination; and there seems to bo...

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

tmm4jimi MHT-yJ.fc'.V tlirfTafca-tiwnigjKq 111 1 n 1 1 1 ! . ikt.i.r'i ," ,mili i .mi .1 1.I..X..V i DOMESTIC HiNTfl. Wow an Old llachalor Wonld Kerotattoa l Kttotlng- nonsakesptns; Methods. In WMhing potatoes proparntory to oooklng, It Is tho custom of experienced housekeepers to Imtho the tubcra In. topld water. This will bo found a much moro expeditious process than the com mon practlco of breathing upon thorn or moistening with tho lips nml polishing with a coarso cloth. When It Is expedient to fill a kerosono lamp whllu burning, It is gonorally nd visable to dclegato tho task to tho leiwt good-looking female mombor of tho family. Should thcro bo nn explosion, eventuating in tho permanent disfigure ment of her countonanco, tho lamp will bo credited with tho full mcasttro of hor lack of benuty, and consequently be, as It wore, a blessing fn disguise A merciful man is merciful to his ) beast. Hence it betokens a most com ' mendablo consideration for tho lower strata of tho animal ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 May 1887

pn iriKfrs w I 1. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W. WtEHM. Proprlotor, A. H. "Wilson, - Editor. HA.TUltlAY, MAY 7 1887. Jintcred at the J'omUoJJIcc at Logan as SecomMastt matter. Interesting Bible Statis tics. Tho books of tho Old Testament, 39. Tho books in thejfew Testament, 27. Tho chapters in tho Old Testa ment, 92f. Tho chapters in the New Testa ment, 2(10. Verses In tho Old Testament, 20,241. Verses in tho New Testament, 7,950. Words in the ,Qld Testament, 592,430. Wods in the New Testament, 181,258. Letters in tho Old Testament, 2,728,0). Letters in the New Testament, 838,820. The word 'Jehovah' occurs 0,895 time. The middle book of tho.Old Test ament is Proverbs. Tho wor.d "and" occurs in tho (Old Testament 30,513 times. Live Above Them. Pay no attention to slanderers or gossip-mongers. Keep straight on in your course, and lot their back biting die tho death of neglect. vWhat is the use of lying awake nights brooking over tho remark of some also friend, that runs through your brain l...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

tmAimm lAM MliiliiwrfHimwn 0i - S' . The Ohio OCRAT YOL. I. NO. 47. LOG-AJST, O., SATURDAY, MAY 14. 1887. TERMS, 81.50 PER, YEAR. Dem '" THE PEOPLES BANK OP LOOAlf, Cash Capital, $50000.00. Deposits secured by Iiuliviclunl Liability ofover Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doron general bankini? l)iislnps.i. Foreign Drafts ami Htoninslilp Tickets Tor unto ill low cut rnlcH. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IjAwuknck A. Cui.veh, I'rcfililont. aKouaiijW. rui.r.KN, vies irct. llKUlinx D. Cui.vmt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFX.OGAX, OHIO. Oflleo Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, I'venideiit. Chan. J'J. Ttowcii, Cashier. T)opa rcneriil hanlilng business receives deposits discounts paper, ami luyn anil Mills KxchiuiKe. jrap"lJANK In central room In the James Illoek. ATTOllNEYS. (I. W. BREIIM. ftttorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Uollhon lliiilillng Logan, O. Collections of Claims Nolcs and Aepounts, MnrlRiiKCS Leases, ContrnelH, Deeds, Wills, JIochanic'Kl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

I t fi ii 'v. Wj j.fci - Hi(ttJiMiiiiiMa,,i,..,...iWnTn '? "RP SSPF" '( . J, " v u M ' II THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W. BBEHM. PropiUtor, A. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 7 - 1887. Entered at the J'osUoJJlcc at Loyun as 8econitol(tM matter. Interesting IJiblo Statis tics. The books of tho Old Testament, 39. Tho books In the Jfew lVstamont, 27. Tho chapters in tho Old Testa ment, 029. Tho chapters in tho New Testa ment, 200. Verses in the Old Testament, 23,241. t Verses in tho New Testament, 7,959. Words in tho ,Qld Testament, 692,430.. Words in the New Testament, 181,258. Lowers in tho Old Testament, 2,728,J00. Letters i,n tho New Testament, 838,820. The word 'Jehovah' occurs 0,895 time. The middle book of tho, Old Test ament is Proverbs. Tho wor,d "and" occurs in tho (Old Testament 30,513 times. Live Above Them. Pay no attention to slanderers or gossip-mongers. Keep straight on in your course, and lot their back biting die tho death of neglect. What is the use of lying awake n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

f The Ohio Democrat tOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Onto has less forest ncrcago than Ger ninny. The first week of April wns warmer than tho Inst. A Um.vAMAN took tho prlza for English composition ut Ynlo. TwcNTr States of tho Union now hnvo nrbordnys. Now Jcrsoy had two of thorn. Cuttino to Bchuncbols Tlioy will for got all about you In two weeks; look at Mo. A I.ADT horticulturist of Sandford, Flo., has over 100 varieties of roses In hor gar den. Alma Tahema, the artist, has u stalrcaso of solid brass In his now rcsldonco In Lon don. Mn. D. L. Moody proposes to erect ft training-school In Chicago for women city missionaries. At Stockton, Ks., tho candidates far ofllco boing, all women tho men refused to go fo tho polls. Kino Milan, of Bcrvla, hus taken to writing plays and having them enacted on tho public stage. Do stovc-pipo hats promoto baldness! is n question now under discussion In tho medical journals. Bismahcic recolved on his birthday, re cently, a barrel of beer from nearly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

. ,?y.frfyT!?W" 4iMJnwwi.ini. ,,., ...jSzwrriuKSZ: 1 vf. i r i i j. h! im I 1 The Ohio Democrat. LOOAN. OHIO. HOW I WON HER. When nr at the mold t love,: I vroopfl, I gave tho rein to hopo and passion; Bho smiled at my excited mood. And told mo "lovo wm out of fashion." in dainty verses next I tried To movo her by mv nrotty wit: Bho tossed ench ardent page ntlao And clearly would tmvo none of it, I took her to my fathor's bnnlt, And showed hor vaults of Smiling gold; X laughed at lovo and lauded rank, And there again my talo I told. Tho dawn of lovo was In hor eyes Her answer was not hard to guess; X saw her bosom fall and rlso She blushed and softly answered ' Vos." Ittnry Emtrioii, in Lift, OLD FIELD SPORTS. Mi "Hawkins," as Used in tho Ohaso for Oonturlos. English Dors That Have Followed the Chase Since tho Mlddlo Ages The Ilawk After Its Gnrae, the Vnry Ileroni Tho English and Amorlcans ngron with tho ancients In nccording high rank to Hold sports. Tho hunting of savngo animals ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. W. BREHM. Proptlotor, m Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, MAY 14 - 1887- Entered nt the J'ost-olcc at Logan ,as Sccond'clans mutter. Somehsijt, I'orry county, 1ms .organized a Company to boro for natural gus. Tnn crop ou,tlpok Is Improving In nil purts of the country, accord ing to livtcst advices. The reduction in tho public debt during April amounted to $13,033, 0D8, and for tho ten months ,of the present fiscal year $83.1)05,923. Elsrwhkiie is tills issue will .bo found notlco of a cheap excursion to tho gas and oil fields of North western Ohio. Tho rates aro ex ceedingly low. Everybody go. Queen Victoria is anxious to buy tho great Capo diamond, which is valued at .? r,000,000 and is owned by a syndicate, but Her Majesty is deterred from doing so by tho price. Now is tho time for patriotic Eng lishmen to raise a supplementary Jubilee Fund and buy tho trinket for tho Queen. The Hocking Valley railroad was appraised Tuesday, tho board ,of appraisers consistin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

satte "- l f ., 4l . Y L M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. x.oojlij irarws. Strawberries are in market. Next Thursday Is the great day. E. M. West, was in Shawheo Monday. Tho Logan Prctbyterian was issued this week. T. P Johnson, is in tho city tliis week attending court. Ohas. Keynes and "Cug" Baker was In Nolsonvlllo Sunday. Will and Lawrenco Kosslcr woro in Marietta this week. Fred Schneemilch, ofGalllpo lis was in tho city on Monday.. Col. Roinpel has Wd tho houses near the Market lot.repaintcd. ' Tho gas well has commenced operations. It's only a question of time now. Geo. Work who has been em ployed in Galllpolis has returned to Logan to remain. Lancaster High School spent Thursday at Now Straltsvllle look ing through tho mines. Mrs. David Clark of this city Is visiting friends and relatives in New Straltsvllle this week. William Armstrong Jr. and Clark Bailor of Perry, aro in tho city serving as Pettifc Jurors. The Misses Mary Pursell and Nell Wright, of Lancaster visited friends in Logan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

ys It ( I: NEITHER NORTH NOR 80UTH. Senator Sharman'a Tardy Iteeognltlon of tha Troth That "tha Illnodr Chasm" Should It Bridged by All Patriots. In speaking of Senator Sherman's Nnshvillo speech wo quoted BOtnoof tlio passages In which ho did jusllco to tho sincerity o( tho views hold by tho Con fodoriUcs, and to tho cotirugo with which thoy maintained thorn in tho field. Thoto wiw no fling of robol or traitor or sl.ivo-drlvor. Tlio war, ho said, was perhaps sure to conic. It was ii torriblo necessity. Tlion ho ex claimed: "It is over, thank Godi but tho courage, bravery and fortitudo of Loth sides aro now tho prldo and horlt ngo of us all." This was in tho spirit of Mr. Sumner's bill to regulnto tho army register and tho rcglmontal colors, of which tlio prcamblo was as follows: "Whereas tho National unity and good will among follow-cltizons can bo assured only through oblivion of past differences, and it is contrary to tho usage ot civilized nations to pcr potuato tho memory of ci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

t' 1 t; 7 " ''TrpT-TT Pf-'- sjTjrv- "t -'jr v.v.y- Li-J ' i sr-7 ,'rsrgga,ga3',, - K 1 FARM AND FIRESIDE. growing chlcfeons nit they RELIABLE SEED CORN. Feed will oat. Potatoes marketed Immediately after digging at forty cents will glvo moro profit than if held ovor until spring and sold at fifty cents. To mako paptor-macho for flno small work, boll clippings of brown or whito paper in water, boat them into a pasta, mid gluo or gum, and slzo and press into oiled molds. Tho West needs to copy tho Easterner's method of sheltering and caring for sheep, says tho Am'ricah Stock Breeder, whilo tho latter wants to get soma of tho hardiness possessed by range sheep Into his flock.. A Pokln duck, If forced by high feeding from tho tlmo It is hatched, will weigh flvo pounds when ton weeks old, costing nbout thirty conts for food, ,and selling for doublo that prlco, whilst Its feathers and mnniiro also possess a value. Cincinnati Times. Quick Cako: Four eggs, two cups of sugar, one cup of milk...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 May 1887

niu-in-nytf , THE FATING PROPENSITY. An Ainmnmniit for Which Men nml Anl tuni .tliivo it Orcat Lllilng. Men nnil nnlmals tiro born with n pro pensity to tight. Is thcro in tho -.vholo imi,;c of tho unlinnl creation ono animal that docs not Hunt, If it lias boiiso enough and powers of locomotion? Oyniew and clnmi cannot light. If their orgnn of coinbattvcnesa h not want iiiK, they liavo no uhj for it. Ixibstcra ilght and nro wonderfully voracious. Tlioy even devour each other, and may bo will to cat themselves, for, changing their tihell and stomach every year, theso remains are generally tho first morsel to Rhit their new system. Tho lifo of all Italics Is ono of pcrnolunl warfare. Tho carnago of tho oca exceeds that on dry land. Does fight Bavagely, both in ewarms nml fringly. Two Ijcch, having n quarrel, go out armed with their deadly stings moro formldablo than ten inch Tlowio knives go out of tiio liivo and ilglit n duel. Ants fight with great ferocity. Armies of nuts moot other...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

i laniwin ii null anifmi ir -"i'i liMtttWlii)i)n.(nii'i' x.ii- U 1- --V vr i ..,- .. -rwl, 5(6H. -fWrf,' ,. ' J t t Democrat. I. KT . i M VOI. I. NO. 48. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1887. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAR. -" " '"HT The Ohio i if ii h Ih It- I?" ; A A. r - THE PEOPLES' BAM OF LOOAK. CHh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits Hecnrcd by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Door a general hanking ntmliiriw. Foreign Drafts nnd Steamship Tickets for snlo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room Ko. 5, Opera House. IXwnENOK A. Cui.vkii, President. OeoiiokJW. Pur.f.KN, Vice 1'rest. Ueimkn D. Cut.vku, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. in. to !1 p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. Ji.Jloweu, Cashier. Does a ccncrnl unnklng bushiest, receives (IpponltM, discounts paper, and buys and cells Kxchnngc. Iloik. ANK In central room In tlio James ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, DolllKon Building Logim, O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

"cc The Ohio Democrat L.OGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. I'aitii typos, of a largo size, aro now uimlo. AiiRLAiun Nilson began llfo as a child's nurse. Tut: uso of snails as food Is Incrcaslug in New Orleans. Mt. Washington Is still whlta with snow from top to base. A fish with guilt oyabrows Is caught off tbo English coast. Geuikua will colobrato hor second Arbor Day noxt November. Dknveii's directory malcor says tho city contains M,000 pcoplo. Russia Is said to spend 1200,000,000 nnnu ally for her armament. Dktiioit has moro than 200 miles of elec tric wires underground. It Is proposed to put 80,000,000 Russian peasants buck Into serfdom. A. lloss Is tho nnmo of a nowly elected justlco of tho penco at l'cru, 111, A nuiini.Ait seldom docs his work alone. Ho goucrully has jimmy with him. When Ilcnry Georgo lived In California ho was an Inspector of gns motors. An Omaha grocer gives away an orlglnul poem with every cuko of soap ho sells. At tho present rate of decrease 4Uo na tional dobt ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

Y If. It I- The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. THE MOTHER'S MITE. I ain't feclln' flrst-rato thli mornln' ( I'm ROttln' old, nml you co It's a powerful easy matter to talto tho grit out o'mc. Hero's n letter I'vo Jost boonroadln' that kinder touches my heart, For In Jielpln' to keep tho children, I havo trlod to do my part. And It comes sort o' hard and hurts llltc, when ypu ro doln' your lovel best, AntLhave Riven Tnm half of your savin's to havo 'cm hint for tho rost. Wo ain't got tho Vandorullts' mllllon-I wish wo had for the son But wo hadn't n cent botweon us, whon Joe and me llrst begun. It was only by workln and plnchln', n noln' on shorts for y oars, That wo gathered enough togothor, to dotorour llttlo dears Astho other folks did for thclrn, In drossln' and . . schoolln', you know: And somohow thoy can't remombor that things r was over bo low. They can't remember that Over Joseph and mo havo went Hungry and cold so his wages might bo savod, or most of It spent For them; they wa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

n., rfW .A.IriJ 4 . ; cur- b- - fty t, nm. f T-B- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, son for tho groat haste manifested by tho committee, in thus over riding all the usages of tho party PMMMMMMMM aEEERjaOE 0, W. BREHK. Proprietor, in inu years imst. St I iV A. H. -Wilson, - Editor. BATtyiDAY, MAY ill - 1887. Entered atthcl'o&l-offlceat Loyitn an Sccond'C.(its8 matter. Fouit mon woro killed at Oalll polls by a saw-mill boiler explosion on May 17. O'Biuf.n, tho Irish editor, camo near being killed by u mob of Orangemen at Toronto, Ont., May 18th. Tin: Enquirer of lust Sunday contained 180 columns of reading matlor. This is tho largest paper that has been published in Cincin nati for some time. Tim banks of Six Mile reservoir, in Antwerp, Paulding Co., wcro cut on Slay 17, by lumbermen to obtain water to float their logs to market, tho water flooding tho country. Gov. Foraker left for Antwerp Thursday afternoon. We received AValtcr A. Wood's Monthly Magazine, dovoted to Sci ence, Literature and Ag...

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