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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

ffJ .- fc jrtxrimiAi mmfttf e p' -m- !'& wt ? 5.'KtindQ oiilO wiil" Ohio .i't i V, ( I M'iH . t j a VOIi. II. NO. 10. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 27. 1887 TWUMM, 81.50 PKIIYKA.R. THE Democrat THE PE0PLES, BANK OP L00AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits scoured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dnonn general imiikltiir bhslneio. Foreign Di'iiflH and HIoiiiiikIiIii TIclcctM lor smlo at low oat nitoH. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. r.Awitr.scK A. Ctn.vnit, President. UkuiiuisjW. l'lir.i.K.v, view I'rcst. Hkuiikm I). Cui.vkii, t'URblcr. THE FIRST BANK of TjOoax, oino. 31co Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John VaUtev, President. Chan, JS.Jiomeii, Cashier. Docsn Kdiprul bunking bulnps, receives , ilcposIlK, illscotiiitH im)ur, nud liuy.s suul sells Hxcliunge. iifflr" ASK-In ccntrnl room In ilio .Tunics ATTOKNEYS. a. W. BR EM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, HnllNon Unlltllng Logan, O. Collect Ioiih nrcinltnx, Notes nn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

-'jtfa1 e " A gr-My The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnit Fcrry-Boulnngor matter apparently hns been laid on tho stietf. Boston nitioou Is officially pronounced to bo In a defenseless condition. Thk balloon for tho Paris exhibition of 1S8U will carry up.ono hundred persons. I lSCS tho dobt of tho (Jovernmcnt was 78.M per capita. Now It Is less than 31U.S4. Thk Irrigating ditch In Inyo County, Cnl., will be forty miles long when com pleted, Thk Columbia river canners thrcaton to defy tho fish luw and catch sulmon In August. Banker Moi'.osim Is negotiating for tho purchnso of Groystono, tho late Mr. Til don's home. A CiitNi:sKflshlng junkat Valloio, Col., hns a mllo and u quarter of lino carrying C,WS0 hooks. 1'osT-MASTCit General Vilas has tho rep utation of being tho handsomest man In the cabinet. "Miss Cu.mminos, Mr. Goings," woro tho names oddly linked In an Introduction at Buffalo tho other day. A WiMtiNMTox jowolcr was slowly poisoned to death by tho dyo with whic...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOOAN. OHIO. TIRED OUT. "With Jir nnd Jolt, tho ferry-boat Into Its mooring swung; Tho homownrd crowd upon Its bows, In inuto Impatience bung, Thon nil nrose, mid hurried forth That consoles'- tide ot men, Mint ovory morn flowed to tho town, At night, to obb again. With hurried stop thoy Jostlod out, And sought tho busy street; Nor heeded any ono a child That roso not from horBea-' A frail and slondor llttlo girl, Whoso faco, 10 wan and palfl, With great dark rings nbout tho oy Told all tho mournful talo. All day within tho factory, So faint slfo scarce could stand, Sho'd ltopt at her allotted task, With weak and trombllng'ftand; Sho must not stop, though alio should sink All lifeless to tho floor; Her work alono gaunt hunger ltopt Without her mother's door. Week after wool, through weary months, This child, so old wlthcaro, Had staggered 'ncath a load ot toll Sho was not mado to bear; And oft, at night, whon on tho boat, Gazed down with wistful eye, And wished th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

- -i. JIIIIW1W IHWHWHIIWIiUmw PftilW'f'JB'Bl'l'rK.1 ' 'W! a-Sa tjit.Kji.U ', I!' K If THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W. BHSHM, rropiictor. Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATUHDAV, A1T0 27 - 1887. JCntered at JieJsl-ojlcc at Loijan as Hecund'HttsH nut t tor. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS K POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, JJUWITT Q. .COOLMAN. Supreme Judge (Lour Term), L. It. CHITOH FIELD. Supromo Judge (Short Term), VIRGIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL XI ESE WETTER. Treasurer of State, GEORGE W. HARPER. Attorney General. V, JL LEER. Member of Bouril of Public 'Works, TETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. S1IULTZ. .Representative, iC. II. I5UERHAUS. Slierltr, :rOHX GALLAGHER. Clerk or Court, 3). H. LAPP AN. Probate Judge, W.T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES "W. DAVIS. Coiiiniiisioncr, JOHN T. NUTTER. Inflrmnry Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. Tin: way to prevent the surplus is to lower the rate of taxa tion. Auditor Uowkn will accept thanks for va...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

i laMJiiauii iiwibii iin i ir w "iiuiiinniiwrnii rrm n - mi iaiiTi-rrniiinTTintni-urn-n nn LOOLILj IsTIErWS. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor. Mrs. Hnlncs'Ifl visiting in Col umbus. Tldo Houston wont to Flood wood Sunday. TrciiHiirar Notcstono was at homo Inst wcok. Harrington tins placed a neat sign on Ids window. B. W. Curllslo Jr. started for homo this morning. Mis. Alllo Rosscr Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Judge Ackor. The band nro making arrange ments to procure uniforms. Miss Llzzio Klcnio has opened millinery storo in Somerset. Clias. Rose has plnccd neat f porcelain signs on his windows. .John Klnncmnn and wife arc visiting Mrs. Illggins this week. Miss Lizzie Recktcnwnld is visiting in Pt. Pleasant this week. About twelve tickets wore sold for the Goro Camp Meeting Sun day. Dr. Campbell lost about three tons of hay by tho Are of Tuesday night. Chas. Rose lias rented the north room of tho Dollison Block for a trunk storo. Mrs. J. L. Bright left Thursday Morning for a three weeks visit...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

Rfltrt Wtr-aWt t -. -iiTJS &, -T i y, ft!&gK j.-l P ri'ly5p-Tt.Tfs- ' MISCELLANEOUS. Agricultural linplomcuts have been in such great ilctnnml In Manitoba that nearly uvory tlcnlor has completely sold out. The total millibar of poslmuslurs re ceiving loss tlinn $1,000 per annum Is 60,582. Of that number 18,003 aro paid between $ 100 nr:;l $520 a year. It Is shown by ofllclul rotiirnH that tho production of unthraolto eoul In Pennsylvania tho last fiscal year was neatly thirty-six millions of Ioiih. Tho litto of a bliio-guinnicd negro when nt tho heat of passion Is said to he lis poisonous as that of a rattlesnake. Thoy uro styled In South Carolina the human snakes. Tim largest cornfield in Florida Is found in Volusia Count'. It consists of 500 acres and is what Is known as tho old Starke plantation at Spring Garden. It will yiold from thirty to fifty bushels per ncrc. A young hopeful of five summers liiul stopped before a toy shop while out walking with his mamma. "You don't...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

Y f V AMAZING ADVENTURES. two Troth-Mating RtaireyDrlTera Meet and Fight a Mighty Duel. Just how it happonod flint tlio two etngo drivers got Into conversation to gether will probably novor bo known', but tlio fnct remains that they did. Aftor some preliminary sparring to ostablish tho fact that onoh was a pro fosslonal liar as well ns a driver, and a worthy opponent for tho othor, tho Western man said: "I'vo dono somo porty romark'blo things in tho West, which I s'poso would s'prlso you some If I was to loll you 'bout 'em. I wits driving stage onco nn' nt Fort Steolo somebody stole all tho wheels otT'n tho stnge. I put tho six bosses on a run an' wont to Rawlins, eightcon mile, Hokoty-brlndle, with tho stugo fly in' in tho air bohlnd 'bout four foot from tho ground." "I havo druv stago somo, mysolf," mused tho Eastern liar, as ho closed his oyos as if lost in thought, "but always in tho East, so of courso I never met with no such s'prtsln' adventuros ns you havo. I romombor ono llt...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 August 1887

jr , FVn?n?sr , I t r t,r k. ?r - ..k- V iffi-'U.ui.lfcJil-UiiJ.'.'aywwr.TU jmimyjiiwiwiiwTny 'I'Jk! Mlviti'lii orihoOmiui4.v. Tl was at flic lining' Milliter In n eoiiiiinslino, alnl sevdti women were seated on tiui fitoolH tu front of tin eotinlcr buying linings, '.'lie patient salesman listened In thuir discussions 1111(1 tllt'1 1 ttioiioloiiuH, answered their lniulr!es, and patiently changed their orders to null tlielr wIiIiiih. Suddenly a blithe yet (inlet llltlo lady appcar ed with a bllof gray ehevlot, In her liand. One of the salesmen, who was waiting for u lady in n black Hilt In grnyn to doternitno whether Hhe would linvo u yard and n half or a yard and throe-quarters of percallne, looked at the newcomer with an expression of mingled in quiry and leliof. lie evidently re cognized lier and hoped to have the pleasure of waiting upon her. It must have been u pleasure to his soul, tried with the exasperating delay with the woman he was serv ing. "IMease give mc live yards of J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

(,.-w r -Wm - 1 Tv-,''-' T B f V;V p- -"" -f -.f -9 J- J f , " rfV-7r -Sr?r SiT5 i 'fffs.ii'.yjsfr h.wiwiPtiiiinaji IPrwiWT rTHiWiTtffgi ill bWi nun, mi Aww rati rt- "t,i C ' J The Ohio Democrat. rjri? ts V il YOL. II. NO. 11. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. 'pwy-T r THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN, Cnsh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual ( Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Boos a conernl banklim business. ForclRii Drnrts nml Hieiuushlp Tickets for solo nt low est rules. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera llonsc. I.AWitrcNCB A. Omlvkh, President. Unouui'iW. l'ut.T.p.x, Vlra l'rest. Rkuiii:n 1). tiuiA'uit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF IjOGAX, OHIO. 31ce Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. i .John Walker, 1'PCHttlcnt. Chan. JS.Jioiven, Cashier. Does a ncnernl bunking business, recelvw ilopu-dls, discounts paper, mul buys mill sells Kchtuigc. llloelT HANK In cent nil room In the J nines ATTORNEYS. G. W. BR EM. Attor...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

V The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. 11t;rr.u.o Bill's wlfo has applied for a di vorce. Sr.k bathing by moonlight or starlight Is an ovation. Sr.N'ATon Hinw.r.nniior.u onco fought two duels In ono day. TnttiiK aro 1,400,000,000 cigarettes smoked In Ui.s country annually. They nro raising pcachos tan Inches In olrcumforonco at llontonvillo, Arlt. Tnt: hop crop of tho Jlohnwle Valley, N. Y., Is said novor to bo Hnor In quality. Am, tho Vnnderbllt roads will do nwny with tho deadly car stove this winter. Tin: 1'ncMe Hallway Commission will sit In Now York from September 20 to Oc tober 1. Amuhioan wind-mills nro helping Egypt's prnln growers to compote with Western farmors. A mult: child near Chnrlotto, Mich., fell Into u milk can hoad first and was drowned. CouNTEitFr.tT two-dollar silver certifi cates nro giving consldcrnbla trouble in Now Jersey. Is Milan, they have no sidowalks; but the entire street la paved smoothly from house to house. Tint pooplo of this country spen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

m nTBi5BK5iiM!!SM i 1 1 m' n ' ,' imTiirBw-r"-"- "-'' v SMWBWraSSBI !B? SWHEfiJftft? The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. DISILLUSION. Montana, Comet nwoct,tho world Is wide; no, hand In hand, Lot us raro forth to win our victories. Thou shalt bo queen of beauty nn-t of lovo, As In tho old, bright days of tournament; And I will vroar thy colon In my hoart, And on my brow tho seal Invisible! Of thy truo Mm j so shall boforo mo fall All shapes of evil that Infest tho light. Thon, whon tho Jousts aro ended, and the games, Thou Shalt sit proudly upright In thy place, And while tho world Is wondering, nil agaze, Lol at thy feet my garlands shnll bo laid; For hall my strongth Is thine, bolng como from thee And that sweat faith that armors mo anow, KVKMNO. The days ire short'nlng wilt forglvo mo, heart, For tho long turmoil I havo led thee through And to no end r I meant It otherwise, Hut ono right arm Is woatc against tho world. Iloro on thy shoulder lot mo rest my head, My weary head that ach...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

V snsr ,rMO'vrmmt"tfntvtiffntiwv iM'iwtfw'ffiwiiffi)r"rri'riWiW'M'Tf,ffflrrv.Twr'tw vii,jh';,''sii r"'1yj'W' THE OniO DEMOCRAT. O.W.UBBHM, Proprietor, Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, SEP. 3 - - 1887. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, DbWITT C. COOLMAN. Supremo Judge (Long Term), L. It. C1UTOIIFIELD. Supreme Judge (Short Term), VIItGIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL KIESEWETTER. Treasurer of Slate, GEORGE W. IIAltPElt. Attornoy General. W. II. LEEB. Member of Bonrd of Public Works. PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SIIULTZ. Representative, C. II. BUERIIAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. Probata Judge, W.T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. Gov. Forakku is the greatest Lilliputian of the age. How much will any voter be benefitted by c...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

HKi mKKi ffilssriiiiiiSS BfiSSS i iffn f IW - -''- -&f LOOAL HSTErWS. Ed. L. "Wilson, City Editor. Oysters are In markot. Cal. Ilcbor was In Columbus on Tuesday. Attend tho McArthur Fair next woek. Will Mooro spent Wednesday In Columbus. Our merchants aro receiving "their fall goods. Notlco change in Chas. Rose's advertising space. Miss Itoda Arscott of Athens is visiting in Logan. J. P. Whlto Esq. was visiting 1n Chicago, this week. Milt Martin of Coonvillo was In Logan ovor Sunday. Wes McClintock, of Columbus, was in Logan Saturday. The gutters and crossings on Main St are being cleaned. The time for tho opening of our public schools draws near. Isaiah Dofenbaugh, of South Perry, was in town Tuesday. Tho latest puzzle can bo seen (by applying to "Bub" Voris. Charles Hose, replinished his stock of clothing, this weok. Miss. Jessie White returned to ;Spencer,Ind.on Thursday last. Collins & Moore has a now ad vertisement on our first page. The Misses Clara and Phoebe Slisher ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

TO COnnE9tONDENT3. Allronimm un lot ll.apct alioidt lrm. rMitl ht the name nf Iho aulhori noi na-niMllr foi liiMlmlfoii, I'M M on Midwife ef goM Tilth an Uu nmnllhs wriiat. Wtlte oilr on one all of Iho tiv rt. BsiMtwalitlieereftil in gltlng minei maaAtt lo hit the lell.tl in fljiirea plain anil dlitlncl. rrnp arnamMera nn dlffleull la dedplicr, txctuta Mllia tualMi tuiDutr In vhich itief act itritla. LITERARY LIFE. The. bold Ulmo Novollat stretched oml yawned, And said: "I havo dnno a (food night's worU Tho rov mortilnsf has not yol dawned, And I'vo finished mv Ulo of. 'Tlio Dcaoon's Dirks' Tin has murdered hU nROd undo In bod. And tiilien u dozen bans of gold, Atul n rich man's daughlor, and mcrrlljr fled To son lo becomo n plrato bold! Tn Chapter 1, ho 1ms cut the earn Off sovontcon desperate mutlnocn) Ho hin hanged from tho yntd arm about a senro, And lvlscctcd a small lot more! Ho has roacued elovon Otrrnslag e'ris And hilled thrco trader In India poarls; Ho tins caused a number...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

.. !M vrmmm aBWBaaHtaaBaWWilBBifflaBiwM IMpjBBjHPJPJPJMBPJBjB WANTED THE SILVER. Why Tonnr Hottentot Destroyed Hit Master's Thermometer. My boy Plot was not lianihome. In deed to European ideas, his small ayes let obliquely in his face; Ills wido and Hat nolo with ltfl distorted nostrils, and tho bridgo so llttlo olnvated that tho Rpaco botwoon tho check bones was almost flat; his protruding lips, and long and prominent but narrow and pointed chin might appear posltivoly ugly, notwith standing tho vordlots of the vnrlous Hottentot belles with whom ho was on familiar terms, and who evidently re garded him with approving oyes. Ho was a pure Hottentot, of a typo now almost extinct; ho was faithful; tolerably honcdt, except lu matters In which food, drink or monoy wero concerned; loss of a drunkard than most of his compatriots; and n liar of but small capacity. He was about fire feet four inches in height, and of a jaundiced yellow hue. His age amounted to about sixteen years in actual ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 September 1887

wjtrjTnwcftnJp wiiifiwwwviij,uTiwiiwMwiiBmiwi-JUaiawujtilWJLnwMyMaw?jwwi proud mven. Through tlio grandeur otrprinciaii ft rolllcMns, rtrc.iin, Where lite wo unmeasured ntiil death n vngu drcnin', Tlio ripple mm; nut, "VV nro free, ivo nro free,'' Ami an echo replied, "We b1ic.II setf,wu shall bco.'' Tlio mill wen expectant, In view of n drought (Frbildcil tilth Ictsons pAit seasons lifttl taught), llaiutiioit up the proud river till, slackened In pace, Tlio ripples of gladness retired from its face, It khons not Its! rnpld, wild flight nny more, lint touches ullh i;o ft m'fls that Riven hanging shore, In tho cpikt of f ndiicm, It Hour lint to kneel, And Its dlrgo Is borne on by tlio grind of n wheel. V. M. Troqtinlr In New York Mall mid Uxprcsn. CnEOLE HOME LIFE. Their Horror of Publicity All Illllfttrilr tloll of Prejudice -A Now r.ni. Tlio croolo woman's work vns always ilono nt homo. Tlio old Creoles, who "novor forgivo n public mention, "shrank with honor from publicity for the...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

(WP" !- -, iVJJM y r i e'n asS3 gui?jiii'iuan '-'.. J. .. .'.I ro JWMTOMi iiu.Il j 'f ; i l Ohio Democrat. TfiTf '. .W.AJrJ YOL. II. KO. 12. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1887. m TERMS, 31.50 VER YEAR W&P I The M r v -i THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doenn (tnnoral bnnldntr luminous. Foreign Drnrt and Htcnuiiililp Ticket fur Male lit low cut riiteH. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honse. T.awiiknce A. Rut.vkr, President. UKOIMKjW. PUI.I.KN, Vlca 1'rent. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. 5ico Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan. E. liowen, Cashier. Doe a general banking business, receives (tcKlls, discounts puper, ami buys and sells Kxcliungc. BANK In central room In tho James II lock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BE EM. Attorney-at-Law and Rotary Public, Dnlltson Bnlldlng Logan, 0. Collections of Claims, Notes and Accounts, Mnrtlnwf, Iieu...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

z$B 7- Y The Ohio Democrat. LOOA.N. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. AnTitnAcmt coal Is going out of reach as fuel. IUttixsjcakb oil Is quoted at $1 to 13 n bottle. Them: nro ovor 10,000 Itallnns In Now York City. Kansas mines nnnuntly about 0,000,000 tons of co nl. llKNnr Ivr.i smoked cigarettes. So did Ferdinand Ward. Tim car builders nio ovory whoro having a busy tlmo of It. Nkw Oki.hans lias been abandoned as a recruiting station. Osk brnkeman to overy two cars Is tbo Massachusetts law. ATMncon, On., largo railroad mnclilno shops ara to bo built. Am, Bar Harbor turns out to nco Do TVItt Tnltnugo swim. Uakm-paixteii cofllns nro tho latest so ciety freak In lloston. J at Ooci.ii has bought a gold-plated rattle for his grandson. CosiiL'croit Is tho nnmo of a now town tu Southwestern Kansas. This season's oyster crop promises to bo tho best for many years. Tun ilrst Ktnto JVir ever held in Ohio was nt Cincinnati in 1S.V). A statuk of Kthan Allen is Rpokcn of to bo pluccd nt Ticondoroga. In Chi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

0E2B - ' '"' ' " ' ' ,- ., - '-"r rh MISCELLANEOUS. ' Cranks nro nulsnncca, but tlio farm er's Ijoy Is npt to tlitnk thn grlndstono crank tlio worst of tho lot, about haying lmo. Sho "Arc you going to tho picnic Tuesday, George?" He "0, yes." Sho (with foohlo Indlfioronro) "Alono, GeorgoP" Ho "No I shall tako an umbrella." Puck. Tho Bail; Moon Bays tho report that James Mayo, of Battle Crook, who was bltton by n rattlesnake, was about to tlio. Is Incorrect. ' It yits tho snako that (Hod. , i Charles Johnso)!, of Grldln, Oa., says that ho tins a 6afc that turncil from jot black to gray from grief at being separated from his children, to whom It was greatly attached. A poach trco forty yoars old, at Sonoma, Cal., has produced 250 pounds of fruit this season. Most of tho poaches measured over eight inches In clretiin foronco. Thomas Ford, of Ellsworth, Mo., while at work In his gardon, dug out of tho enrth a small gold watch, and a fow days nftcr a long gold chain. Tho articles look ns...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W.BREHM, A. H. 'Wilson, - Ttoprlttor, Editor. BATUItDAY, SEP. 10- - 1887. Entered at the J'ost-ojQlcc at Logan as Sccoml'duts matter. Pomocrutic Stato Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, DkWITT 0. COOLMAN, Supremo JuiIro (Long Torni), L. It. CRITOIIFIELD. Supremo Judge (Short Term), VIKOIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL KIESE WETTER. Trcftsuror of State, GEORGE W. HARPER. Attorney General. W. II. LEEB. Member of Board of Public Works. PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A, SHULTZ. ReprcHPiitutlve, C. II. BUERHAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clork of Court, . D. H. LAPPAN. Probato Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. by our gallant candidato for Gov ernor, at Hamilton on tho 7th Inst. Tlio speech Is a pointed, pungent and powerful roVlow of tho For aker administration and shown that it is tho most costly one tho ...

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