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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

in,U Ccu.tf '. ffifz. The Ohio Democrat. VOIi. I. NO. 7. LOGrAST, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 1886. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. L f f f THE PEOPLES' BANK Or LOQAN. Ciuh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general hanking business. Foreign TJrnfU and MIciniiHlilp Tickets for wile lit low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honse. IjAWitr.NCK A. Cur.VKii, President. UkoikikIW. l'ui.i.r.K, Vice 1'rcst. Hkuiikk I). Qui.VBlt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOOAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, Prcnhlcnt. Chan. 12. lioweit, Cashier.' DocAn General buukliur business, receives ilcixwlts, discounts paper, anil buys mill sells Kxchnngu. M MANIC In central riHmi In the James lllock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, City Building Logan, 0. Collections of Claims, Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Perils, Wills, Mcclinnlc's Mens, Ac, drawn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

The Ohio Democrat. lIltKHM i. W1I1TB, Publishers, JXXMN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. New Yotiu's now ncqtictluct will cost about $50,000,000. This Jnvn cofToo crop Is this season re ported noni ly a failure. Lacon, (III.) boys nro fined tl each If found guilty of swearing. Tiiiiity-one Untvcrsallst women nro now regularly ordained ponton. In Poland tho male guests havo to pay a dollar each to kiss tho bride. Tnn ownor's photograph must now ap pear on all passports In Turkey. A cai r entered tho parlor of n Blooming ton woman, stolo a Blblo nd nte It. Bn silver In New York has reached 0I, which Is tho lowest point yet touched. Annr. Fiianz Liszt, tho pianist and musi ral composer, died at Uayroutb, a fow days ago. London has n .'emalc cnb driver. She ex pects to elope w Hh a nlco young man of lino family. Two Alnsworth (Neb) fanners havo spent $200 In a lawsuit over tho possession of a plowsharo. Two thousand and .forty of tho H,SS7 Pennsylvania post-ofllces aio In tho hands of the Democra...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

'on The Ohio Democrat imnmi tc wiirrr., l'dbiishcrs, LOGAN, OHIO THE OLD-FASHIONED-GIRL. I know time's 'into's 'round tho past .Ind boyhood's dream nro fair, i TTiiouwh retrospective vlilnu cast ' DlnBOlVtf them Into nlr let memory comes to mo betimes licit lips unit teotli lllu nimrl Tho rliiKliiK Inttith llko ultvcr chimes Of the yood olil'titHlilnnud girl. 1mo Ims lis trniiBmutntlons, Throwing off old wuyf, for now, And tlio Inw of compoiiniilloini llrlhos us not to mnko wlo But tlioio'H onu tiling lmis mully, Mid lire's bustlo nnd Its whirl, And I'd ttlvo n low yours uliully To sen it good old-fashlonud lil. Without nlrs or nftectnttnn, A mudOHt.voIco nnd low, Not si ornlnir occupntlon, Cheeks nil with hcnlth iirIow Such wore our lrln In other tlnys i Don't tnko mo for it churl. Don't chlilu urn that I llko tho ways Of the good old fashioned girl. There wns trno lorn In the oldon tlmo Not lovo ofvnln dlnplny, And povouy wns not tho crlmo It si'etua to bo to-dny And n lovlna girl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BREAM & WniTE, A. H. Wilson, - . Froprletori. Editor. .SATURDAY, AUQ. 1 1, 1880. Congressional Convention. Thirteenth District. The Democracy of the Thirteenth Congressional District, composed of of (ho counties' of Fnlrfloltl, Frank lin, JJoeklng mid Perry, will moot In Convention at Lancaster, Aug. UIhI,. 188(1, at 1.1 o'clock a. in.j for tlio purpose of placing" in nomiuutioii a candi date for Congress. The basis of representation in Miidcon volition shall bo on? 'dele gate for eaeli one hundred votes east'for tioorgo Itoadly, for Gover nor, at the last State election, and an additional delegate for eacli fraction of 50 votes or over, so cast. The several counties will thereby lie entitled to the following repre sentation by delegates: Votes. No. UrlcRiitvi. Kiilrllrlil . . 4,.r,70 411 1'iniilclln 11, (XI J 1 -, ltocititij? . . a,ai at I'eny :i,l(W & By order of Committee, B. L. Iti:i:sK, Chairman. IT. C. ltUTTnn, Sec. A Pritnto Loss and a Public Calami...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

JH,vOl,.M niMMmiM r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOOALNH-WS. Dr. Mansfield was in Columbus last Thursday. Tho liook unci liuhler company Imvo a fine now carriage. Mi". Whltehurst, of Cnnnl Win cheater, was In the city this week. Miss Etta Green, of Wuslilng ton C. IT., Is hero, visiting the fam ily of Dr. Dollison. Misses Clirni and Ida Brohm left yesterdny morning, for a visit In Fairfield county. Bo v. Burns, of the M. B. Church, will bo at homo, and hold tho usuul services on next Sabbath. Albert Leonard, an influential educator of our county, made us a pleasant call on Wednesday. There are several places In town which tho Health Ofllcer could visit, with benefit to tho people. Bokn. To Mr. and Mrs. John Coakly, August 12, a boy. To Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolley, August 13, a girl. Master Arthur Wilson, who is visiting his grandparents at South Perry, has our thanks for a basket of apples. Jacob Strawn, a prominent Democrat and farmer of Benton, made this office a pleasant visit Thursday. C. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

f A PROOF BY FIGURES. The Smccivu of t'oitimntor-tlomriil Villi' AilmtuUtriitliiii lomtintritted by Cold Knots. Tho nnnual financial statements of the post-ollico mnko a showing Hint must bo extremely satisfactory to tlio Administration and Its friends. Slnco tlio now Administration camo in nU contracts for adhesive slam ps, postal cards, stamped cnvcloios and wrap pers, and mall-bags and mall-bag catchers, running four years, liavo besn lot at rates that for tho whole m contract term on estimated quantities '-would como to 45,;J97,42i. At tho prices of tho former contracts theso articles would cost 96,744,288. Here Is ti saving for tho four years of $1,11 10,--fiSS, or 19.9 per cent. Tho four classes of articles enumerated above, and tho olllulal envelopes, tags, etc., wrapping paper, facing slips, twine, marking and rating stamps, lottor-balancct, and stationary, which are contracted for annually, cost for tho Ilscal year, under contracts mndu since I'ostmustor-General Vlliis took...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

Y 4- 43. THE DEFENSE. Tho Othor Sldo of tho Anarohiato' OaBo. Testimony In I'rovo Hint llio rotlo Wil All Mm Hlinotlnit KUnlillshliiit Alllili for Hchwnli nnd 'nrniiii I'leldou on the Stand. tltYINU TO HAVI'.TIiniltNnrKn. CillCAiio, Aug. 0. In tho Anurcliht trial Itnynr llnrrlson wns tlio first witness for tho dcfoiiflo yesterday. Ho told bow ho bad attended tho Haymarkot mooting on tho night ot May 4, and llstonett totbo speccho of tho Almrcbls'ts. His object Mas to boo for himnelf whether or not thoro wcro any Indications of' violences, intamllnp; to order tho mooting dlsporsod at tho first wild outbronk. Ho bad como to tho con clusion that tho mooting was a hnrmloss nffnlr and wont homo, leaving Inspector lionflold in chargo of tho polico at tho Dcs plalncs sttoot station, having first ordered all tho retorvoi at tho other stations to bo tent to their regular duties. Under cross examination ho told how. about noon on tho day of May 4. bo received an account of a rumor that tho fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 August 1886

All Incident of the Win. ClileiiRi) Mull. Captain McUrnth, Clerk of the Supremo Court, tells u good story of Ills war experience, going to show tliat during tliu war, at least, the world soniot linos seemed mi small that you woro continually knocking against somebody you didn't exiled to meet, .lust after the fall of Vicksburg, tin Captain's regiment, tlio Seventeenth Wiscon sin, had charge of a lot of prisoners, most of whom had manned the works immediately In front of them during the siege. These prisoners were supplied with rations under General Grant's order, the same as their guards, but they didn't al ways, or even generally, eat alone. The Union soldiers followed with them to a great extent, and, while guarding thom as prisoners, really treated them as old friends, and discussed the Incidents of the siego with them with great relish. Among the prisoners was a young oflluer named Saunders, belonging to an Arknnsas regiment, who be came a favorite in the eamp of the Seventeenth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

MaUMsSM i. t x t" Nd, - m.f '' ; , The Ohio Democrat. f -rii ''i VOL.1. NO. 8. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1886. TERMS, $1.50 PEE, YEAR. . r'' J v. f y , THE PEOPLES' BANK OF, LOO AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docsapencrnl nnnklnK business. Foreign Drafts nnd Htcnmshlp Tickets fur alo at low vhI rates. OFFICE, Iloom No. 5, Opera House. JjAWiir.NCE A. Cur.vnii, President. Ueouok.W. I'ui.i.kn, Vice Trent. , UicuiiKst 1). Culvku, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGOUT, OillO. Office Hours from 0 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Waller, 1'rcnldcnt. Ciuh. IS. liowen, CtiHhlci'. Docn general lmnklng business, receives deposits, dlscouuU paper, and buys, nnd sells KxclmnRc. np-BAKIC-In central room In tho James lltoek. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, City Biillfllng Logan, O. Colleetlnnsof Claims, Notes nnd Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Deeds, Wills, Mech...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

Ohio Democrat, UEHM & WHITE, Publishers, An J no t, t t i oiiio. Cantnlr aupron. CURRENT TOPICS., of 111 1 rocKET sowing inachluo is the latest Hh OTOlty' ,. Hhavino In China Is a quarter of a cent, " to bay rum. J4 Baunum offers $20,000 for tho sea sorpont, iond or allvo. Stuaw hats havo boon worn less this sura snor than over before India has a creator ncrcago of -wheat lean tho United States. VFNnzun.A has been favored with big nd rose-colored hailstones. The European grain harvest will bo ten per cent, less than last year. "Tunv tho Greasers out and put tho Tran cos In," is tho cry in Toxas. The now Senator from California, llko ills predecessor, is a millionaire, FiiiLAiini.riuA is successfully trying elec tricity In tho running of street cars. TilETilden funorulwas quiet and such as adits a distinguished private citizen. ClllttUAHUA Is pronounced Chcwawuh, and it sighs for w ah, does Chihuahua. Vassau Collfoe cndowniout is $ 430 000. fills is tho largest of any femalo coll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

4 . The Ohio Democrat. MinilM & WHITE, rubllshers, LOGAN. OHIO. WHIOH ONE? I linvo a garden full of flowors, Of hloflnonm swoot nml ruro t ' Ami which, my friond has asked of mo, 1 hold la bo most fnlrf To nnnwor him, wo ontcr throrph Aimtowhorn Ivies twlnol . Tor whon nmiran tlio tlowars, mctlilntrB.l My ecorot lio'll dlvlno. A nlow .if color urcotB tlio cyo, And frntrrnncolllls tlio iilr. From tulips gny, and daffodils, And vlolots hero and tlio re. 'Iha jonquils hrlnht nro nil In bloom, And pinks ollovo's own lino, And honrtnonim swoot, nnd columbines. And dainty liarabulls urtifc. Tlio nodding popplos. blushing red, Grow nfiir full-lillcH tull: And creeping vines their tondrlls sprcna Upon the garden wall. Tlio lilacs, with their drooping sprayB Tho purpla anil tho white Aro fonml near buttorotipM that drop Tlioir shining petals blight. Tho marigolds stnnd nit nrrayed, Knch with a crown of cold, 'Hid Jolinny-Jumpors Hprlni;fng up i Llltu llttlu warriors bold. A wealth of col...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

T VWGVW OHIO DEMOCRAT. All I! Cnptn WHITE) Proprloton, jjj'ftrilson, - - - Editor. HMO th i'URDAY, - AUG. 21, 1880. Democratic State Ticket. Secretary of Stnto joun mcbride. Stnrk Co. Supremo Judge. M.D. FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supreme Court J. W.CRUIKSHANK, - Miami Co. Com. of Common Schools L. D. BROWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIG. Cuyahoga Co. Congressional Convention. Thirteenth District. The Democracy of the Thirteenth Congressional District, composed of of the counties of Fairfield, Frank lin, Hocking and Perry, will meet in Convention at Lancaster, Aujr. 31st, 1880, at 11 o'clock a. :n., for the purpose of placing in nomination a candi date for Congress. The basis of representation in said convention shall bo one dele gate for eacli one hundred votes cast for George Iloadly, for Gover nor, at the last State election, and an additional delegate for each fraction of 50 votes or over, so cast. The several counties will thereby be entitled to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

J I I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Mr. Will Lnrlmor, of Slinwnoc, Bpont Sunday In Lognn. Bokn. To Thomas and Anna Muttox, August 10th, a Ron. Mr. D. A. Wntkor, of Wcllston, wns In tho city the foro pnrt of this week. Mrs. W. 1L McCllntock und children are visiting friends In Fostorla. Miss Sndlo O'Brlnn, of Colum bus, Is tho guest of Miss Kienle, this week. During tho Illness of Dr. Bim- cy, Dr. Chns. Bulger manipulates tho forceps. ' Mrs. 0. E. Bowcn "returned, on Inst Saturday, after a long visit In Union county. A. Vorls, jr., (Bub) Is seriously ill. Mr. Joo, Kemper now attends to wetting down our streets. Miss Rose Heft has returned lioms after a delightful visit among relatives' and friends In Lancaster. Mr. Geo. Harsh has become tho father of a healthy, young elght poUBdwDemocrat, and Georgo is happy' Miss Camilla Dohin, of Colum bus, has been tho guest of Mrs. W. 31. McCllntock, for the past six weeks. W. H. McCllntock, manager of the "fire brick works at this place, is now on a busine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

Y J.QRABDERS SCORED. , m ' Unisons, l'lnlnlr Slntnl, Why A 111 ii nd Other Mnnnpiillrs, mill UlTlilotrs tleuertitly, Do Not Mho ministration, An It ilrit gnu o( tlio Indiana cam- CnitnJvF0 ()l0 i)oln0(.rntic side, wns Hiipret-.y Judge Lewis tfordnn, of In- of lv .ipolls, in nn earnest and nblo slit) ooh lnloly tlollvorod at Lebanon. tl i'Uitcr referring to tho fact thai tlto t iavy contractors, steamship coinpnn- fes, l'ncllio railroads, land and timber l thieves ct al. wore all opposed to tlio present Administration lio proceeded to hIiow tho reasons for some of this opposition: Tho conquest otmir vnst publlo domain by Uiu lar.d-,(rnhlors has no piir.illol In history, uml It vfiis nil accomplished under the nilo of a parly which In Its Infancy sulci In IU (Jli I euro pliitrorm Unit lands nlioiilil not bo itrsint. od 10 corporations, hut reserved for ncliml Fettlors. No wnywiinl boy over so poou ilo parted from tho coo I tesolvos of youth. lie ioro tho itnpuhlle.ui piutv lmd tenched...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

J X 4 EVIDENCE ALL IN. Tho Taking of Testimony In tho u Antirohlsts Trial Oonoludod. Btorlca of tho l'rlclml Dcir-nilnnU- Vliut Hip Dnfonao (Jliilms to Have t'roven Arguments of tliu LllWJOM. THU AS'AIICIllATfl. CniCAfio, Aiipr. 10. Tliri'o oltlio Annrclilst prisoncre, Bchwub, Hplos mid l'nrsons, woro pin cod on llio wltttosi-stniid yontor dny. Bclnvnli wns oxnnilncd by Mr. Foster n to hU wlicronbouts tlio night of tlieUny narltot similiter, mid donlod In wliolomid In dotnll tho htntomuuti ronconilii,' lilm sworn to by tho witnesses Thompson nnd Gllmor, nnd corroborated thu slorv of his travels to IJccrhiK nnd his BpuoclMiinkln:; thcro as told by tho vnrloiM wltncssoi ox timlliod In his bolintf. Ho rofnsoil to say wlictbor or not ha wns mi Anarchist. Spioi wna tho noxt witness, llo eavo an nccount o( tlio JtcCormlck mooting nnd his jinrt tliorclit. Tho poison who callod for thu raid on tho JlcCormlck bauds stood over n hundred foot from him nnd ppolto in u tonrfuo ho did not thou un...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 August 1886

rfiwiHUwrm tt rriw inmnnjiiwji fi'tmro u nvnLMM www imiimnHHWwwwwwi nkemnn Who Went -g io Ghuruli. " a from tlio Buillnglnii (Tn.) All ll v, mid iniiHt ho true to .'t(ut: Cnptn no comes tln hrnki'timii, nntl Hupro" - I" i tli in tin' tt rm oftlu of 1"' Miys: "I went to church yes-Hluii-nluy." t). iyuhi) i S1,i,i( wnn (,ni interosl- t od Inflection that asks for more. "And what cliurcli do you attend?" "Which do you gauss 7" ho asked. "Some union mission church?" I hazarded. "Nnw," lie satd, -r don't like to run on tluwj branch roads very mut'li. I don't often go to church, and when r do, T want to run on the main line, whore your run is regular and you go on a schedule time and don't have to wait on con nections, r don't like to run on a branch. Good enough, but 1 don't take it." "Episcopal?" I guessed. "Limited express, ho said, "all palace curs and $2 extra for a seat; fast time, and only stop at the big stations. Nice line, but too exhaus tive for u brakeman. All train men in uni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

;'J -- 7) ' I The Ohio Democrat. VOIi. J. NO. 9. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1880. TERMS, 31.50 PER YEAR. 4- THE PEOPLES' BANK OP 100 AH. Cash Capital, 50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Door a general banking IiiiMiicks. Foreign DraftM mid Htcmnslilp Tickets, fur vulo nt low CHt rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 6, Opera House. Lawkkncb A. Cui.vf.ii, President. OfiOKUKiW. I'ttM.KN, Vice l'rrxt. Ui:uiii:n I). Cui.vkii, dislilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF ZOO AX, OHIO. ' Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. ni. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John H'atkcr, Prcultlcnt, Chun. JK. liowot, Canhlet: Dock ft general 'hanking huslncHi, receives tlepoMlta, discount)! paper, mul buys and sell Kxcbnngc. HANK In central room In the James Block. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, City liulldiug Logan, O. Collections of Clnlnifl, Notes and Accounts, Mortgage, Ia-'Iikch, Contract, Deeds, Wills, Mcclmuli) Mens, Ac., drawn mul iicltnowl-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

The Ohio Democrat. llltr.IIM & WHITE, Publishers, I.OOAN. i t t ! CURRENT TOPICS. OHIO. IlucKtwniuis nro fashionable vehicles at liar Ilnrbor, Mo. Nfarly 25,000 bathers uso Brooklyn's freo baths each week. It has already cost $100,000 to try tho Chi cago anarchists. A Brooklyn professor advertises that ho will rcmovo tattooes. San 1'iiancisco has a population of Chi ncso numbering 110,000. Ovnn ono thousand canal boats aro tlod tip In Now Yoik harbor. Tun railroads of all Asia aro notcqual in mllcngo to thoso of Illinois. A liAiinwas born recently In tho ponl tcutli. y at Anuinosn, Iowa. A Liiuucit was disposed of by radio at Kownnee, 111., a few days ago. Boston Is trj Ing a nolseloss pavement of granlto blocks but on concrete. Mn. Sticu vtam v Fdvaki Yosmi, of Japan, Is coming over horo for a spoil. In a museum in an Arizona town aro pre served tho heads of sovonteon Apaches. Form now churches aro building at St 1'aul, Minn , at un expenso of $230,000. Miss STii'Hru, to whom M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

4 The Ohio Democrat DURUM tc WH1TR, l'ubllshors, LOGAN. OHIO. YOUTH AND AGE. TOOTH. When t nm old, llioao lillls Hint bound Mv IKo wltnln tholr narrow round Will 1)0 tlm tliruxholil of tlio door Tlmt lends to frufldom nnd to fnmo, And tlio wldo world beyond lis move An Idlo Urcnin, nn gmpty niimo: Hut I, from enron mid troitlilos fioo, Its glories and Its Joys ahull boo. Tlio summer Isfo's ol Southern sons; Urnnt Imtttpn, itlorlmii victories! The tiounillcfH prutlcs of tint Woit, Wlioro rod men hunt the huffnloi Whntovor fnlrost itirts nnd best Tlio koiIs Imvn ulvc-n to tnor. bolow These, honrt of mine, theso shall wo see In tlio brnvu days tlmt nro to be. Am:. Wlion I was yottntr, this imrrow round Of hills n KlorloiiH world did bound ; Jloro, on tlio tilot vnllov lloor, I I dronmod of fruodnm nnd of fnmo, r Ern yet I Icnrnod thuy were no tnoro Tluin u vnln Uremn, nn ntnpty tiamo; Tn tlmt Rind, cnreloss Innif nun, Tlio lmnpy hours soomod all too stow. I hnvo been wrcclicd In stormy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

wwwjwirwwwwwiiwiiwi;iwi'MwiMiwiwwiwi wnaiiu .p i ! 1 1 uwti aim .un THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BREHU & WHITE, Proprietor Editor. A. H. Wilson, - HATUUDAV, - AUG.i!S, 188(1. Democratic Stiilo Ticket. Secretary of State joiiNMcimiDE. Stark Co. Supreme Judge. M.D. KOJjIiKTT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supreme Court J. YV.CltUIKSlIANK, ailiinii Co. Com. of Common Schools L. D. IlItOWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIU. Cuyahoga Co. Congressional Convention. Thirteenth District. The Democracy of the Thirteenth Congressional District, composed of of the counties of Fairfield, Frank lin, Hocking and Perry, will meet in Convention at Lancaster, An;;. !MbI, ISSli, at 11 o'clock u. m., for the purpose of placing in nomination a candi date for Congress. The basis of representation in said convention shall bo one dele gate for each one hundred votes cast for Goorgo 1 loudly, for Gover nor, lit the last State election, and an additional delegate for each fraction of fill votes or...

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