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

e Y " " 30"- js v 1 -4 ',-" k .ssMWbi,,v,hw " w - -. m-r v i'lOomon "HO Hi v , I W, J .W. The Ohio Democrat. H ) VOL.11. NO. 4. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 16. 1887. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. I It l . THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN. Cask Capital, $50,000.00. "T Deposits" secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. ; Does ft ttcnrral bnnkliif business. KorclRn I)rnn mid fc)tntusliii Tickets fur salo at low eat nitCK. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honsc. I'.AwitRScn A. Cci.vr.ii, Frciitdcnl. UkoiuikiW. I'cm.kk, Vleu Prnit. Hbuuen D. Culvku, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OIIIO. Office Hours front 9 n. m. to 8 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Clio it . IS. liowen, Cashier. lines a peneral banking lniKlnr-sn, reoclves fIiHixltH, discounts pupur, uiul buys mid sells llxclmUKu. JlfiJlc. HANK In central room In Hio Jmiicb ATTORNEYS. G. W. BBEHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollison Building' Logan, O. OolhvtloiiKofCtnlnm, Notes nnd Accou...

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

Tr "Wv?" VrjT VU; , r " ' Y The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tim socloty girl now carries her head crooned forward. Miii. Clf.vfland rccolvcB dully a most voluminous mull. Knee brooches nro becoming popular on tho Eastern const, Tiinnn nro now less than 700,000 slnvosjn tho Emplro of Brazil. Tub total production of coffco In tho world is about 050,000 tons. The festivities of tho Emperor of China's wedding will cost (0,000,000. Twenty divorces woro recently granted In ono tiny by a Georgia court. Monn thnn 0,000 porsons In Now York mako n living by si root music. Six election crooks hnva been sontonccd to tho poultontlury from Baltlmoro. It is sold that no rolatlvo, howovor dis tant, of tho poet Mooro Is now living. The Sunday-school memborshlp of tho world numbers nearly twenty millions. The Weekly Courant, of Hartford, Ct., Is tho oldest newspaper in this country, having had an uninterrupted carcor slnco 1704. The breeches of our fathers aro being talked of again as...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 July 1887

Y J The Ohio Democrat LOGAN OHIO. TWO FRIENDS. Blttor words thoy'd spoken Knch to cacti! frill a cloml unhrokon Seemed to ronch Soomod to limit between them Dull niul amy "Llko n roll, to Bcroon them Blnco Hint iluy 'Each from cncli; till ulna! thoro 11 ill f In hato Tlioy did mcot und puss tlicro, Who so lato Had boon friends together, Friend of years, Through nil wind? nnd weather, Hone and fenrs. "All thoso yenrn mlntnkcn," Murmured ono; "Now to start nnd wnlicn, Find undono, Ruined past retrieving At a blow All my flno bollevlni;." Very low 'Murmured ho, tho othor, "Thu, tho endf Moro than any brotlior Seomcd this friend." 'Thus apart tlioy spoko tlieru Under brcnth. At that moment broke tlicro News of dentil. Tastor yot, and faster Flow that wall ' Of tho dread disaster, Till tho talo Over all tho elty Cast Its Rloom Of dismay and pity , For such doom. "When tho rumors rang thcro At tho start, Moro than ono man sprang thcro Sick at heart. Ono thus fearing, watted, Dumb with fea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 July 1887

y " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, OtW. PHEHMi .A froprlctor, AVHi -Wilson, Editor. SATURDAY, JULY 10 - 1887. , JJittcred at the PoH-ojjh'c at Lvytin Ht'b'Ccond'clans matter. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, AVILLIAM A. SHULTZ. Representative, C. II. BUERHAU8. ShorlfT, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, , I). IT. LAPPA!. Probntc Judge, AV.T. AOKEK. County Surveyor, JAMES W.DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW AVltiailT. Coroner, 'GEO. Q. QAGE. AVi: vunturo to predict that tlio next Congressman will not hail from Fulrflcld County Solah. Tun best presentation speech of tlio Convention was made by a Hocking county man, W. P. Price. Tiieiik were more political graves dug on Tuesday than can be tilled in the next five years. Mn. O. W. II. Wkight can well bo proud of the support ho receiv ed at the hands of the Hocking Delegation. Tin: garments of tlio Hocking Candidate did not smell of "Coal Oil" hence ho was repulsive to the pure nostrils of Welch, Barker, & Co. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 July 1887

"-' fy : i V rt 4 tJ A i. ,t k X riOOLL 35TH-WS. Ed. L, "Wilson, ' Olty Ecjltbr. Wool la worth 28 cents, What's tho matter with the weather. ' 1). W. Wright was In Lancas ter Tuesday. Chas Koynes was In Nolson--vlllo Sunday. Flo M. Wllson.ls homo for a two weeks visit. Phil Thompson has boon very 111 this week. Miss' Boll Tigner Is In Nelson vlllo this week. Mr. McGrath, ofMcArthurwas , in tho city this week. Ed Davenport and family were in MIddloport Monday. Collins & Moore have a new advertisement this week. Al Elliot has sold his saloon to Mr. Patton of Nclsonvllle. Wash Wymait was in Lancas ter several days this week. Pete Myers returned to Craw fordsvllle, Ind., on Monday. Slishor was arrested for keep ing his saloon open on Sunday. The smelling committee should tako a stroll through the alloys. Mr. Mrs. Lafo Warner and daughter are visiting In Acta, O. A birthday party was given Frank Blosser, on Saturday last. Will Butin and wife of Pt. Pleasant, wore in the city Sunday. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 July 1887

Y 1 IM m HYPOCRISY. Tlin Trim Vulcn nncl Hoiillnirnli or Ciinrnlprnlfi jiml ttn'oii Vitrnn, i:- An twcus.on lku tlm reception of Cini('tier',il.o Voleriins In Boston on Bunker Hill day, with lis striking In terchange of friendly fueling mill pa triotic BCiitliiiunt, puta to shiiino tlm jiatlry practices of politicians, now thrust upon ulir attention on ovory linnit In untlelp.itltin of Iho Presidential campaign of nujtytmr. Tho Old Do minion mid tho old liny Stale, tho two foremost Commonwealths of tho revo lution, which woru nliio prominent nnd roprpsotitutlvo States of the antagonism of our civil war, worn horo in perfect iicuord. Tho soldiers of Koburt K. Leo encampment of Hichiiunid, with wives, slster.s, daughters mid cousins In thfjlr coiu)iiny, wero tho honored guests of John A. Andrew Post of tho Gruiid Army, mid worn escorted around Bos tou hy other Grand Army posts nnd Union veteran associations, mid fed in Funcull Hull. The platform where llioy sul was doeorutcd with tliu...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 July 1887

fs Y - X FARM AND FIRESIDE. Variety is tho best culinary spice. If a rat got Into a chlckon coop it yrttl kill every clilck If it can havo time to carry them off ucforo being ills covered. I liavo been harrowing my meadows about 470 acres for throe years, and they scorn to bo getting bolter. Prairie Farmer. Do not kill tho molo until satisfied whothor it is an enemy or a friend. Sometimes tho molo destroys largo, number of cutworms nnd slugs. To Komovo Tan: Now milk half n pint, lemon julco ono-fourlh of an ounce. Doll and skim clear. Use night nliil morning. As far as possibles Iron by tho throad that Is, mill tho material straight and endeavor to movo tho iron in tlio sumo lino with tho throad of tho cloth. rotted Finnan lladdlosi Cold boiled baddies, of any that is left from had dock at dinner, must bo pounded fine, with a llttlo butter, cayenne pepper, salt and an atom of mace, or sprinklo of curry powder. Servo in a llttlo mound, with hot, dry toast. Cincinnati limes. Cream1 Ce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 July 1887

ty r jfmirijlEttwjiy,wmmm'5iiWA. iiMitUAiiiiiawrjii'iMitajatfrfc-fwlMiwitjdittfJWi I -i THC nOSAIlY OF MV TEARS. ' jlrno ni'koti their npj liy .rears, 'J4mv tiicnxliru lliclr life by nit; lii.t mum till llivlr days by tlm (low of ll.clr team, Ami their llus tiy tin moans of their lienrt. Tun illnt of cnrlh nmy bIiow Tim IviiRth, tint lliy depth of year Tow or tunny they come, fovr or many tlicy ro, Hut time H best measured by tears. Ah I not by tlio silver Rrny Tbnt crce n through tho sunny hair, Ami not by tho scenes that wo pass on our way, Anil not by (ho furrows tho fingers of caro On forehead and fnco linvo made. Not bo do w o mnnt our j can; Not by tho nun of thu earth, but tha nhado Of 01 ir touts and tiro fall of our tonrs, rather Ryan. PHYSICAL DECAY IN CITIES, TYhat an Observer Hit) rhyslcnl Train ItiR Abroad Health. Lord Crnbazon, in a pncr in Tho Nine teenth Century on tho "Decay of Bodily .Strength in Towns," says with reference to England: "If we coiild isolate tho cit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

, .. . . .. -L- .. . j - . .. . -- . . iaiTn-fcj i a t it- mj! ft Mu www-- mwpNWI fhi"S-W mdw Democrat. VOL. II. KO. 5.. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 23. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. The Ohio i, Y x ' k - THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN, Cash Cnnltnl. $50,000.(1). ) .l t f. N II Deposits secured by Individual Liability or,ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a (rencrnl banking business. Foreign DrnrtR mid Hioumshlp Tickets for salo ut low cit rntcs. OFFICE, Boom No. 5, Opera House. IjAWbkxck A. Rut.vrr, President. , UKOitaEjW. Pw.l.r.N, Vlco Frcst. TlKUiiKM D. GoLVKii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF IjOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chatt. IS. How en, Cashier. line a general bunking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, unci IwyB uinl sells Exchange. M-BANK-In Block. : In central room In tho .Tamos ATTORNEYS. 0. W. BREHM. fittomey-at-Law and Notary Public, Do.lH.soii Building Logan, O. Collections of Claims No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

1 til y t y The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Mexico's total dobt Is 1150,000,000. TiiEiin nro 200 hotels of all sizos In Sara toga. The Btato of Michigan has a shoro lln 1,030 miles long. An antl-trnntlng crusado Is gaining head way In Georgia. Kentucky's nowest curiosity Is a man with amnrblo leg. New York City claims to bo growing at the rao of 00,000 a yoar. Georgia railroad property has moro than doubled In valuo since 1830. The oil region of Pennsylvania Is said to bo tho holiest ground in America. Boolanoeii had a grand send-off In Paris on his doparturo for his now station. Johns Hopkins University Is soon to bo moved from Ilultlmoro proper to tho sub urbs. There aro ,G0O women in New York wht receive salaries for slnglne in the church choirs. Lots of pretty girls, it is said, wear a nutmeg round tholr necks as a charm against malaria. Two Americans have been arrested In Mexico for highway robbery, the penalty for which Is death. uarfielii County, Kas., Is said...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

y if Y t A A A X The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. 1 OHIO. MY FAMILY. O, r m as proud it ono con bo, Of this, my growing famllco, And nil ot thorn am bouncing bovs Jffixcopt my wife. Wo llko tholr nolso .Ami think our nine ns chlldron run. Are far Iom troublesome than ono. 'Thoy cost hut llttlo mnro to ralso, "Which I will prove In sundry wnvs. Tor Instance, its each treasure grows JIo nils his bigger brother' clothos, .And when tho oldest ot tho nlno Oats big enough ho'Uitcp In ml no! This plan, which gives no ond of -fun, Takes no moro clothes than goes to ono. Their school-books, llko tholr garmenta brown, .Are to tho others handed down, And, ns each lad In lcnowlodgo grows, lie tells tho noxt otio what ho knows j Tip learning's ladder thus they climb, A chain of wisdom qulto sublime, "Until with me upon tho top They know so much thoy'vo got to stop. Just llko tholr books and clothes, tholr toy .Are used In turn by all our boys, So thnt tho nlno have lots of fun With no moro toys than go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

v -vv-i, -f " y?tw f i " ' i, nn hi v ; MmmwMmmn1! ' , - ,-MF.y I. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, , o, w, Biroim. Proprietor, Editor. A. H. Wilson, - - SATURDAY, JULY 13 - 1887. Entered at the Post -ojjlcc at Logan as Second-class mailer. Democratic Statu Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, DkWITT C. COOLMAN. Supremo .Tudgo (Long Torm), L. It. C1UT0HFIELD. Supremo Judge (Short Term), JOHN 8. LEEDOM, Auditor of Stnte, EMIL IU12SEWETTEII. Treasurer of State, GEOltGE W. HAltPER. Attorney General. W. II. LEED. Member of Board of Public Works PETER MUltPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. S11ULTZ. Representative, C. H.BUERIIAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPP AN. Probate Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WltiailT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. lion. Thomas E. Powell. Our nominee for Governor, Thos. Powell is a gentleman well known to the Democracy of Ohio, and his char...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

y Y Y A a A. . t Rt XjOOIA.IL. isriErws. Ed. L. Wilson, t City Editor. Clms Brooke, of Chicago, Is in tho city. Nothing now at tho gas well this week. Forcpaugh's show July 27th, at Lancastch t Tlio thermomotcr registered 104 Monday. Miss Clara Brchm spent Sun day in Winona. Jim Watkins had a valuable horse die on Friday. & Davenport knows how to Inter view a wild man. Searchers for tho "wild man" have grown weary. Mr. Georgo -Davis, of Cincin nati, is visiting Will Moore. Col. Eompol threshed 1500 bushels of wheat last week. Ed. Donovan and Fred Roches tor were in Lancaster Sunday. Mrs. Riley Bowers is visiting her sister Mrs. Fordio Itompol. , Tho Intense heat caused many deaths throughout the country. W. H. Hickman, of Now Lex ington, was in town Wednesday. Jos. Barthlow lost a valuable horeo on Thursday from tho effects of heat. Miss Jonnio Work, of Lancas ter, is visiting Miss Lottio Work this week. Itufus Rober was taken 111 Sunday afternoon, caused by In tense heat. Will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

'i' f K ! I 1 n PIONEKR. DAYS. Enrly Ennoovlllo and tlio Pooplo "Who Mndo Itu History. Tim Zttnrs In tlm IMi'ttsa at I'nrt Henry In 1717 llrrnlmn of Ksllicr .itne l.-np Tor l.irn nrsnniiiel MnQsMMfc Tto Mnllinn fit in I ly. Tlie history of Zitnesvlllo nnd of the Zitncs wuulil tint liu complcto even In Ihcso sketches If mention wero not mndc ot the hcrolo defonse tiimlo liy tlio members of Iho Zsnc family uRiilnst thu Imlliins at l)rt Henry, near tho present ulty of Wheeling, In 1777. 'nils mem orable IlKlit, ot which not enough lias been written, was marked by two exhibitions ot In dividual lOimtiru that arc not excelled In the uuiiuls of c-irly warfare. I refer to tho net of llsthcr Siiinr, which put Iho slump ot a hero ine upon her hrovr, uud to tho famous leap for lite made by Major .Samuel McCollocli. There Uvea In ZanesTlllo an neod man, Cap tain i:beuccr Z.inc Clarli, who Is a grandson of llbumvcr Zitnu. Onptnln CI irk's lite has been n stlrrlnit one. llo won his lltlo on thu ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

Y L l"- Y A Ik FARM AND FIRESIDE. ''Antiquated ruto Is bettor than theory In fanning." Mtiflliis: Tako threo cups of flour, add thrco tnaspoonf uls of baking pow der, and a little salt. Add ono pint oi milk and two eggs. Dako In a hot oven, la rlngn. or com tins. Christian at Work. TIio first requisite; for success In lire stock raising is to liuro a good stock good blood and thon to handle it Well. No troublo to flud buyers If you have what is wanted oh tho mar ket. Buyers will hunt you. If lions bo at liberty 100 aro enough for an aero, but If conlined of courso an aero will nlForil room for a much larger number. In this case, each Hook of ten or twolVo hens will requlro a houso eight feet squaro say 200 fowls on an aero. Lawns may bo fertilized without coating thorn with rank stablo manure, so as to make thorn look like a barn yard. Pulverized poultry manuro sown upon the grass will suflictently onrlch It, and at tho samo time will not disfig ure it, as it will settle in among th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 July 1887

munupmmu mi an iiii'mn'i,in aiiijuinmiiiiiJnJi-ini.mijjiaiiiuwini THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. , tl.W.BREHM, 'Proprietor, A.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, JULY i!3 - 1887. Entered at the Post-office at Loyan as SevoniMuM matter. TlicliieiflclSuilrnil Frauds Some interesting "finds" have been miulo by the Pacific Itallroad Commission in tho eourso of Its in vestigations in tho west. In addi tion to tho list of Kansas 1'ncilic lobbyists and bGiieflclnrtes found among tho papers of John 0. Fre mont tho Commission has gathered .some vivlimblo information con cerning the HiHinciiil metliods em ployed in conducting tho Pacific railroads. When the Commission was In Oinnha, Engineer Doy lest I lied that his estimates for the first hundred miles of Union Pacific ltailroad west from Omaha were at tho rate of .130,000 a mile, and for tho next -100 miles at tho ruto of $20,000. Hut the railroad managers insisted that ho should estimate tho average cost of con struction at 50,000 a mile in order that t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

Mm:m & m:wm. ,,yum iKy,, i 1 ---tt it'-wF cwjfymR jrW'Y1 ' tmfmt frm?nm-v n4'7wsvifiw t wWy&-" "jr wwC 3 " " . V twwpt W rRY. "Mu wm1 !- i rf jprf son moss ' g . if l?oduoUoH The Ohio Democrat. -, i T n mors ess, nndi ro andi , at ilit second? ngnrlan A t VOL. II. NO. 7. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 0. 1887. m FMIWIS, 81.50 PER YEAE.? THE PEOPLES' BANK Or IiOOAN. CnsU Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a ciicrnl banking business Forelsn Drnrts una Steamship Tkkuts for milo lit low est rates OFFICII, Room No. 5, Opera House. awhun'ot. A. Oni.vr.it, Fresldpiit. OnonaKjW. FlTLI.I'N, View Picst. Ui.umtx I), cui.vi.il, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. ' Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Walker, 1're.ttdenl. Chan. JS.Iiowon, Cashier. Doi'ia Ectipnil banking business, icioIvps ilpislts illHLOUnts paper, nnil buj'H nmt belts lltihungc. ZCW-BAXK-IJfock. In central loom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

m . f tlffjfr,lTwrrr' "f gW iya j hWHhflt- riff1mlf?ifr fiffif ft Hynil Hi' it svifiJatrt-tJt iMVt tiUfki ifcV'lj i.Ii wtj-' J1 J'W!fl- TT ihff.TFh r"'ii 1 1 JW Hf Sf J,'rs?R . Jtm,t guA,..matfLy.aa -rt&i. iu&4dtdii oau &,!HkH'. ifeA Wt. he Ohio Democrat. Flooan. OHIO, i. tv 6 V CURRENT TOPICS. I? ' , Qukkn victomvs plato-waro Is valued :t 110,000,000. Genbiui, A. P. II h.i. Is to havo a monu ment in Hlchmoml, Vn. I Tnc President lias determined to tako an rxtonslvo Western trip. A church organ constructed entirely of , paper Is on exhibition nt Mllun. t Another month llko July and emlgra- lr Hon to Iceland would bo popular. Bomb one In New York advertises lor i'Dno hundred whlto banjo plnycrs. At last report Iowa's old soldiers In her ti poor-houses numbered but sixty-four. I Title Vrollntit. rnfuana (n nnrilnli .Intnea D. Fish, tiro Now York bank criminal. A mix to mako lying a pen ill oITcnse Is pending boforclho Texas Legislature. Eight hundred women are engaged In t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

.,,TMip.rlt. ' M..K, i'W f i-J-'-v J. r H' -HE I -. i The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. S OHIO. ' A PIN. O, I know certmn woman who Is reckoned with tho Rood, But sho Ml mo with mors terror than a raging iion woinn. Tho llttlo clillls run up nnd down my plno whono'cr wo moot, ThouRh she scorns n Rontlo ercaturo anil she's very trim nnd neat. And sho hns n thouinnd virtues nnd not ono no- UnowledRad sin, Hut slio Is tho sort of person you could llkon to a pin. And sho pricks you, nrt sho sticks you, In n way Hint enn't ho snld VThon jou srolt for what has hurt you, why,you ran not II nd tho head. But sho nits you with discomfort nnd cxnsporn tlni? pain If anybody asks you why, you really can't ex plain, A pin Is such a tln7 thing of that thcro Is do doubt Yet whon It's sticking In your llosh, you're wretched till It's outl Sho Is wonderfully observing when sho moots nprotty girl She Is always suro to toll her It hor "bang" Is out of curl. And sho Is so sympathetic t to her friend, who's much...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

.ft ;i "Tt .- v?4r."' " Ni u- I f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 6. W. BREIIM. Frcptletor, Editor. fA. H, Wilson,4 8A'DUltDAY, JULY !J0 - 1887. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as S'eco'iKl'Clasn matter, , e Dbmocriiilc Stnto Ticket. For Oovcrnor, THOMAS K. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, DjjWITT 0. COOLMAN. Supremo Judge (Long Term), L. It. C1UTCIIFIEL1). Supremo Judge (Short Term),. VlltOIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL KIESEWETTEIt. . Treasurer of Stale, GE01I0E f. JIAltPEIt. Attorney General, W. II. LEEB. Joinhbr of Hoard of Public Works. PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, VILLIAM A. SlIULTZ. Itopresrntative, C. II. BUEHIIAUS. Shoriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. CJork of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. Prolmto Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WltlGIIT., Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. Tim political battle ground has been moved by the llepublicans neross "La Bella Rivorc" and Ken tucky will soon become familiar with the metho...

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