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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

lF(ffi322P Sg'gfflyayg' -T d '" " V f ff -t t- VAJjirtpt- i Ohio Democrat. ii i VOL. I. NO. 51. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUKE 11. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. m ra$fcauEa The X THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN, VIISII 1IIU1IU1, MO.000.00. ,!' f I " J. 1 ' Vi Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n ppncrnl hnnlclmi bnnlnrfn. Foreign PnirtK mid Btcnmshlp Tickets for sale ut low est riUcn. . OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAwunNCK A. Cui.VKii, President. Gi:oitOE)V. Pum.rn, View Pros. Ukuiikn 1). uui.vkii, Caslilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGA2T, OHIO. Oillco Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. ) John Walker, President. Chan. H.llowen, Cashier. Poos a cenenil bnnklnR business, receives deposits, tltauotmtspiipcr, nml buys nml sells K.xulintige. Ilaclc. AJf K III central room In the Jnnies ATTORNEYS. CI. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Kolllson Building Logan, O. Collections of Clulnis, Notes nml Accounts, Mortfiii...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

flfinsg The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Btiuw neckties nro n now Idea. New Yokk UlTr hti eight colored physt clans, Aii.uiiivil.T.r, Oa., Is built on a bed of blnck marble. Tub big Brooklyn brldgo has earned $3, 000,000 In four years. A PAI.MCTTO llbor factory Is bolng estab lished at Jacksonville, Fla. I)u.s-kli:y, tho Kalamazoo celery king, has forty acres under cultivation. Sins. Cleveland objects to linger rings; sho only wears one, her wedding band. Tun Theater Comlquc, l'arls, destroyed by flro the other day, cost over SJ,XX),UO0. An English fashion notosays: "Kvery nleo woman has given up wearing birds." Tin: number of soldiers' monuments erected this year will bo greater than usual. Jtiis. Ci.r.vni.AMi'8 photographs have & large and increasing sale in London and l'arls. Los AN'or.t.o", Cai.., has added a crema torium to Its attractions at a resort for In valids. TiiKim are moro than 00,000 persons con lined in penal Institutions In the United States. It I...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO, HOURS OF NIQHT. O henvonty Night I When fsr nncl deep The earth in wrapped in balmy sleep, .And ntam their burning watches kcop O'er palace proud nml lowlyvott when all the weary hearts of men Urcathe in tho strength of life nanln, And nil the throo of racUlnif pain And toll nnd labor nro forgot I ) hours of Klght I how soflly full t Tfour mantling shadow, folding nit, .And covering deep from our recall Tho memories of lifo'j craol Pastt whonlmuntlng voices from the day Grow fnlntor fnlntor far nwayl .And that puro Poaco for which wo pray Iilndoth the trembling spirit fast. -And standing with hor wings outsprond .Above tho lowly slcopor's bed, Sho pouroth balm on heart and head . Ahdhonls tho wastlngform with sleep. V .And all tho soul's wild, haunting fears, And all tho burdens from tho years That crowd our honrts nnd movo our tears, Aro lost in soothing sllcnco doop. O rest nnd rapturo of tho soul I "When nil tho griefs our days control, ilko shadow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

iiiMiafcwifi ii wfirfT fili'liii m nOili Ti'l' nlwltf8lSWSpWWCS! Y r -r , - owmM ' fl 'ffWBJ,Wt !. . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, o. w. unnuM, Proprietor, Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATUBDAY, JUNK II - 1887. Jlntcred ut the Post-offlce U Lotan an ticcimtl'elitx.i matter. Tim corner on cnfl'co, which Huh resulted in more limn doubling tho price of tlmt article, shows tlio ne cessity of u law which will be ade quate to break up this and, all slnil Jar forms of gambling, by means of which the masses are nystoinutlc nlly robbed. AVj: received a friendly call on "Wednesday last from Hon. C. H. "Welch, of Athens, who was accom panied by T. II. Craig of the Ath ens Journal. Hro. Craig reports the Journal prospering, and the cjiuso of Democracy booming up in thtitboniglited Bailiwick. AVi: are in receipt of a vo.y well written obituary notice of the sad dentil of "Gallic" Luntz, daughter of George nm! Susan Lantz, of Gore, which occurred on the 2G ult u no tice of which was published in last weeks Doiocha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

235HP5HH & - m -nmfe -n-taMM ---- Vswh 'mstMflWvtnuRWAfc lrpffiwrt ft rt T" b-r-MrU R fillAVHL' Of 4MAFFUVAMXZnjtfjMv0'U9XllllM,1 V 9' ttrDMiitiMinnr V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, - 3LOO.A.XJ JSnETWS. Ed. R Wilson, City Editor. .Too Patterson litis roturncil home. 1 1 Lanl'iisler is agltatpd oVor n lllllo gas. Miss1 Slim Itoblnson wan In Nelsonvlllo Tuesday. Gcorgo 13'oory has takon his gom palnco to Buchtel. Charles Bowcn, of Columbus, was In Logan this week. Jacob Weaver has been grant ed an incrcaso o'f pension. ' Rev. Geo. 'Oclgor of Marlon, made us a pleasant call "Wednes day. Dr. Shradcr, of Nelsonvlllo, was a visitor at Logan on Monday past. Brick work has been commenc ed on Keynes & Wollman's ware house. Miss Itoso Ilammond, of Lan caster, is the guest of Miss Lizzie Itempol. The stono work on Trltsch & Stiors now store room is about completed. Lew. McQlll killed a six-foot black snako near Jerry Carpenter's last Sunday. Dr. O. C. Farquhar was at tlio Itompel IIouso Thurs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

Y ONE HUNMIED YEAJIS AGO. A Olmptor of Romlnlsoonooa from Plonoor History. Incident nf thn 1'ronllcr l.lvc nf '.tnhtt Cloven Nyniincs mill tlrnnrnl Harrison. In reminiscences of n hunilrcil years ago con cerning this vicinity North llond comes to tho front, It Is tho only plnco horcnlKnits hnvlng n pntmn saint, and hi bones Interred beneath n tomb w hero tlio people can Oo him homage. The river here makes a special gctinHex'.on In honor of him, nml the country smiles topo graphically ns though specially blest for Ills coming. 1'vcrjMlsltor to this locality goes to our patron saint's tomli and brings nwny n lent of history for remembrance snlto, William II. IlarrNnn, atrlot, soldier, statesman, husband man. was tho right man for Ills time, nml for any time an example of a IiIkIi ami nobto char nctcr. He served his country long with siiotloss integrity, anil sleeps on his own elioson spot mcrlno'ilng tho river unit lands ho loved so null. Let us, however, look to our first nuggets of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

r RESTORING FERTILITY. Th Moil Certnln rtml Itnptil Menns of Ira. i proving r.xrmiutert I.tinrli Every farmer knows tho valuo of n grhss and clover sod for plowing In ns manure. Wo lmvo boon educated to tnls knowledge from our flrat acquain tance with tho work of a farm. Sod Is always considered as tho natural ground for a crop of corn, and, whom corn Is not grown, wheat Is sown on a sod turned under In tho summer and left to decay until seeding time. And not only practlco hut sclcnco teaches us this, llio results of hundreds of experiments by the most careful oxporlmcntors in tho Hold and In tho laboratory alt go to prove the truth and soundness of tho common practice. Grass Is an oxhaustlvo crop and clover Is still moro so. While clover Is not a grass, yet as it takes tho placo of grass In tho actual work of a farm, and is to all intents nnd purposes grown for tho samo object as grass is, wo will ( hero consldai' it in tho light of a grass and merely distinguish it by name. A crop...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 June 1887

mmVititmmmmuttf,. & 4f,JX"T 2r Y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BBEHM. Proprietor, - Editor. .A.H.Wilson, - SATURDAY, JUN'K II - 1887. Jintered at the Pont-ojflce (it Logan as SeconiMitM. matter. Neighborhood News. From Insl wcek'n I'sulmiige. 1'crry County. Hlinwnee llanner. It is Hiiid tho Now Lexington creamery will bo nut In operation tlliH week. The 11. & O. It. It. Co. are selling thousand inllo tickets good for one year at 25. Tho Prohibitionists of Perry Co will bold their convention nt Junc tion City on Monday Juno 0. Strawberries found their way in to our markets last Thursday, for the first time. .Sold readily at !!" cents a quart. Baptist people of Now Straits vlllo and Shawnee contemplate having n two days' meeting in the .grove some time during the sum jner. Last Thursday a young lad by ihe name of Wm. Danibacb, while playing on tho cars that were standing upon tho N. Y switch, foil and fractured bis arm. Somerset 1'reis. A number of horses arc being trained at the Fai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

KiTilfffJaiHi pwraa 'HIVJViLIWfll9 nT :--jiiwh "W f V .-- -iwTO-'-w-'a" JHM llMfr t1 H hi tun vt-- j Ji"f ' -"g: JiL Pi m i jKt '?nm4 Jrtl r 'I Ohio Democrat. ' ,' The v: V y ft . V l ybii.i. no. 52. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. t'ttHli Cnpitnl, , . $50000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars, Does a penornl 1nnklng builnrsn. ForolRri DritrtM iiiul HtcnniHlilp Tickets fur Mala nt low est rate. OFFICE; Room No. C, Opera House. 'Ii.UVJtr.NCE A. Cur.VKii, President. UKOituiijW. 1'di.t.kn, Vlr 1'rcM. Ukuhkn ). (Jui.vkii, Cusliler. THE FIRST BANK OFItOOAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. 12. liowen, Cashier. Does a general' banking business, rccolvcH l'xisll8, discounts paper, and buys and noils Exchange. nlockT BANK In central room In tlic James ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Bollison llntiaiiipr Logan, O. CollectlonmifClalni, Notes and Accou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

. Y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W. DKBHM. .A. H. Wilson, Froptlctor, - Editor. SATURDAY, JUNK II - 1887. Jintered at the Pant-njjlceat f.oian as SecomMiiMit wittier. Neighborhood News. (Prom Inst wcek'i iX(liriiiRP. Perry County. Hlmwnce lfnniipr. It la mild tho Now Lexington creamery will be put In operation tills week. The B. A O. It. 11. Co. nro selling thousand inllo tickets good for one year at 2.1. The Prohibitionists of Terry Co. will hold their convention ut Junc tion City on Monday Juno 0. Strawberries found their way in to our markets last Thursday, for tho llrst time. Hold readily at '2o cents a quart. Baptist people of New Strails vlllo and .Shawnee contemplate having a two days' meeting in the .grove some time during tho sum ;nor. Lnst Thursday a young lad by the name of "Win. Ihimbach, while playing on tho cars that were standing upon the X. Y switch, fell and fractured his arm. Somerset Pro. A number of horses nro being trained at the Fair gronds. The drouth has badly damage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

HWULt ftn i 'n't V The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Knrron 0'linir.x hu snlled for homo. lIoCLANur.it'sdowninll pleases lllsmarck Tub West Indian mo.lnssos crop Is small. Sixtv-sbvun people Ulo ovory tnlnuto In this world. Ai.tiiocoii present, n blind man Is alwnys cut of sight. Tub post-ofileo employes number ninety Blx thousand men. Knoxvimx (Tonn.) parties are about to boro for petroleum. Tub New York Jicrald advocates tho colmigoof half renin. Tnr. Government Is about to slock Malt Lake, Utah, with stiad. Wolves and foxes aro rapidly Increasing in some sections of Illinois. New Yoiik Is making a movement for three-cent street car faros. A Mnotmi woman, six feet tall, has just mui-Hcd a man of four feet four. Tni: will of Mrs. Henry Wood, tho Eng llsh authoress, bequeaths i;:)(5,000. Nkw Yokk's latest novelty Is a Clerks' Association for marrying rich women. Tiik past month of Jlay was tho dryost known lu tho records of tho Signal Sor vice. I'lTTSiiuiioir oxpocts t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

-':n m,;i bjjb,!,' '.! :m.,. 'f.fflw' .waa'-'iY- -mi fitf -'f lf'-l J&2S&- I p&WXWQf&lb. i .jn-fMPNBfr.iUfe. j j- V? "?. MM MB" wmmw U2-5 m Umw -& H" " "JXfiiiv rr'& ifSt------ - :&... a MaglrlLW)JBr-L!JgfliiJC Gs Jj. f ,, JFjfj.1 1 ( V- The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. BALLAD OF HOUSEOLEANINO. UT A VICTIM. Fattier out of temper. Mother tired ntnl duftty, Not a room to sit In, Children dump nnd musty; Colds ami lnlluonzn, Atrue add comumptlon; JTntnor lost bit temper. Mother lost her Rumutiont Uronltfnut icorchcd and smoky, Dinner cold nnd scanty, Clipper, nono to speak of In that vrretohoU Bhantv. OToors with wntrrrooklnff, Parlors damp and ilrouryj Everybody nervous, Evorybodywoary: Things In various places, Places all demolished, JSvarythlng cbnotlc Order all abolished! llcds with rubbish Uttered, snoots nnu pillows missing; Xots of time for scrubbing Nono la left for kissing. Windows wldo flunR oponj Kulsomlncrs scnon Scatter tlakcs of whltowash Llko th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

xr .rvy'i- ; M I. THE HOOKING VALLEY. Interesting Rcmtnlsccncos of Days In Ohio, Early The Inillnn I'lglitrr, Wet rot's, lloiimtitlc Ailrcnture on Mount rieannnt The Mjr tcrloui Markmiinii Ilrnverr of a CftptlTO Ulrl. Whon tho Oovornmont of tlio United States employed tho sturdy old Indian liater and lighter to cut n l-oud through Ohio from it point opposite Wheeling to Miiyavlllo, Ky., It expected nothing moro from that ploucor than n hnro pasBablo ronrtwn7, but ho laid out two towns on his road, or trace, as It was oallod, Zancsvillo nnd Lancaster, that hnvo hocomo nourish ing confers of population, mid glvou to tho State and Nation somo of Its brightest nnd best men. Old Zano probably had no doopor In terest In tho matter of colonisation other than to effect tho sale of tho land which tho Government gave him for his work of road-malting, lie was glvou throo sec tions, and took ono where his road crossed tho Muskingum, another whero It crossed tho Booking, and a third whoro It cro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

r . i THE MULTICYCLE. A lew Wheeled Machine for the Iran portatlon of Infantry. Pcopld in many London thoroughurea must havo boon coitsldornbly astonished of lato by Iho appoarnnco of a strango looking vchlclo speeding swiftly along, propelled by ton ridcio, who sat ail in a row, llko tlto crow of an elongated uni Terslty rowing-boat This novelty in means of locomotion was on its way to Aldcrshot, whoro, by authority of tho War Ofllco, it will bo tosted with n view to its adoption for military opera tions. It is tho latest adaptation ol four-in-hand quadrloyclo and it is in tended for tlto rapid transport of in fantry from ono point to another. When fully manned it carries twclvo mon, who can tnko with them, if ordered, a light baggugo cart or am munition wagon. Tho advantages of mounting men thus In single) Illo instead oi two or four abreast arc, first of all, that tho nmchlno is moro manngoablc, and second, that power for it presents less surfaco to a strong head wind, ono of tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

st!fmmtmimmkmmmmmi0txrr'- q.i.ui.innw l Y y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, U.W.BBEHM. Froptlotor, Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, JUNK 18 - 1887. flittered at the I'od-offlec at Logan an decimd'Vltts.1 matter, Ucmocrutlc County Ticket. Representative, C. II. RUERUAUS. Shorlfr, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. H. LAPPAN. Probatu Judge, W.T, ACKKU. County Surveyor, ,TAMKS W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTEH. Inllrmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. O. GAGE. A lloml)U'sn Anarchist. Henry Gcorgo would not use the bomb or ilro brand to enforo his .doctrines of anarchy, nor would he Instigate the destruction of the po lice force of a city while defending life and property. He would not destroy all these beautiful works of mechanical skill, art and industry, the glory cftho 10th century, yet he is an anarchist. He would not cast a bomb into that beautiful home your industry and thrift lias has built, on a lot the savings of years has purchased, but ho de mands that the state shall decree t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 June 1887

mLmj';i4i.-i in" Y -lie i r- - y. A THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor. jMiss Delia Myers is quite sick. This Is good Ico cream weath er. Andy Sickles was in Athens' dn Friday last. Notice the correction In the time table. Will P. Bowcn was iii Gallia polls Sunday. Miss Emma McLaln Is visiting lnWellston,0. Sheriff Galllghor was In Som erset, Monday. ' ltov. D. R. Moore is in Cin cinnati this week. The Logan Presbyterian was issued this week. The band at Gore Is to have a "big time on the 4th. Milt Martin, of Coonvlllo, was In the city Wednesday. Miss Mary Pearce, of Lancast er, is visiting in the city. Mr. P. Elslng, of Lancaster, was In Logan Tuesday. Will Brooke, of Ncwcomb, Tonn. has returned home. Mrs. Abbio Carlisle, of Iowa, is visiting Mrs. I. N. Collins. Dr. Franco will make his next visit Thursday July 14. Sammy Itcmpclwns in Mari etta Monday and Tuesday. Don't forgot to witness tho parade of fantastics July 4th. C. I. Barker of the A them Jour nal was in the ci...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

srifflWJjyy,,iK,;if jBfrWtfMPH "J.. ,TV. '.' TiLJ . I. . j I LVfr..,...-. .... .Itlu. sfwT '"H-T m. toSj - -. . 'u?' - V tat Tf " 1T ( (. , (. ..- 1 w -0 owM H Ohio Democrat. HA YOli. II. NO. 1. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUNE 25. 1887. ro TERMS, $1.50 PEll YEAKJ sHOKMMHmtf HV - '.?:&ft: IM' Wff' ' ' KMfea 'j.iibiiji "rBBenu .HBuEr j -M 1 ( The J sneo, lomo Ibroii only f 'ncssA klmpl! ,?oso jatanj ,respoi ti.. Fnn nbol ilin, iwnoi .lilllS 'tatcs,) ?pal, i) 'o Gr ticdicin ioticc a 'nown I VI THE PEOPLES' BANK of looIn. Cnsli Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. IJoos a cenernl banking uuxlncw. Vorelsn Dnirtn unci Htciunidilri Ticket for Halo nt low ii-st rates. OFFICE, Itoom Ko. 5, Oiicra House. liAWltr.NCF. A. Ctti.vi'ii, President! UkoiuiujW. 1'um.i'n, Vlcu 1'rost. Hkuiikn I). Gui.vr.il, Cannier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John 11 Vf flint; ,PrcsUfe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

-;i..r.;V.t m lfim'1-'M"4'rfflOTfftlff' ,Vmgm wp WFfTff1 lrv"" .4 l-W & 3k. ':r. tThe Ohio Democrat. fLOOAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. ICinniHAL Newman's hoalth Is fust giving FA wnrrr owl, a rarity, has bcon idiot la fCpvpjry, N. Y. f Joaquin MiLLr.n has sold his log cabin in IWashiiiglon for $5,000. plTiiB Jubllco colobratlon In Westminster Abbey will cost 17,000. pA San Josb (Cat, ) court fined a man one dollar for winking at a lady. BffArnEssiin brick Is bolng rando of ashes and cinders In Han Francisco. ITllK cltv of London nnlli-n mils contain Ithejnamcs of nearly fourteen thousand won. gMiss Ellen K. Aniiow Is teaching her eVenty-thlrd term of school nt Webster, im-Ih. . RiALi, flnt; luxurious pleasure cnrrlaccs tfaroBhod with India rubbor tires luEug- Blond. FjiaNK Jamrs. tho onco noted dcsDorado. Ils'clorklug In a clothing storo ut Dallas, iToxas. Canada nronoscs to lot all tho inmates of j hot Jails go frco In honor of tho Queon's fjublleo. j Lilly Lanotry Is tho roputcd o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

MWWHWBffBgyiSg, a .ixL-:v;m,r,rr1i , U . m J; l Jfe&i,; Jmmm 1 1 rrnfTirTtf iHJJTMlMSr V,f:H ft, -' ry,'ffr- ft- 'fw 'pfi'-feW m-ttpV ' wy- fyyyi-a g "ff'f ft VdtW ' J 1 'iw!l'(SWiSMSN!'tWvWIS2Ww'' 'v st EIbIbIbIbIbIbIbH - ' T TV ') A. ' i?-" - ; , 'iSSElH I if 'A. " . The Ohio Democrat. LOOAN. OHIO. THE STONE-CUTTER. Thoro dwelt In far Japan i.nnp neos since,- n mnn who enrnod, by hammering stone, his dally food. lint discontent and dolo Lb; licnvy on bis soul, Which craved great rlclioi as tho only good. And so tho pods on hlnh, Who sometimes bitterly Punish a man by Rrnntlntf nil his prayers, Gnvo him it mlno nt roIiV, And lands to havo mid hold, And, by and by, breed foud among his heirs. Hut soon ho, murmuring, 'Ooslrod to be akliiK! To rotgn and rule ah, that wero porfeot bliss t Ho wearied earth and air With his Incessant prayer Until tho goda Indulged him, oven In this. Ills courtiers fanned nnd lied, And rlvnl powers, outside Ills realm, assailed his peaco with flcrca d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

mmmMm if45! 3 ' jmi,t ' t A" j. TBi i- w. JPRTV' ' . a V 8 I.1HB OHIO DEMOCRAT. feTW.BREnM. Ttoptletor, ETh. "Wilson, - - - Editor. (SATURDAY, JUNE 26 - 1887. itJJtttcrcd at (ficJ'osl-oJJiccalLoffun faaiSecond'ftusn matter. Democratic County Ticket. Hoprcspntntive, C. II. BUFltllAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. Frohnto Judge, "W.T. ACKEIt. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Connnlssioncr, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ' AvmiKW wirrmnr iv Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. OUK ANNIVLKSAHY. ? "With this number the Di:mociiat tiegins the second year of its cxist- !, once, nnd despito the assertions of those who would wish its discontin uance is to-day more vigorous and ;.'Jicnlthful than ever before. The Di:mociiat was launched with the avowed object of giving its readers n family paper that in nil respects should be worth the subscription price. That our efforts i;'. havo been crowned with a full measure of success is evidenced by tho fact that to-day the Dr.iiocnAT...

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