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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

TlPjFwj'iVj' -- S?W,T I Tr.a, m. .wxwwitw "t ""l 1 5""f jV f, -TObf ' tt-ff' ''Jf Wj-!'U1BV r. ---- .t i. I ' . v. ssssssss&s aawyfife iSiiiifaiSilBaiyfPlBy r 'mil J XOOAL ITKl-WS. Ed. L. "Wilson, City Editor. Notice tho fair ad. OHIe Hnmor la visiting In Pt. Pleasant. Mrs. Win. McOHntock Is vlstt tfng lnOolumbus. Who "will Lancaster say when they see our gas? Tho Knights of St. John have Sent for uniforms. , , There will be an excursion to Lancaster Sunday, Tho race course at tho fair ground is completed. Frank Martin attended the McArthur "fair Friday. , ttt .Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wanor Sttn dayed nt tho Hock house. Nolson Kurshner of Salt Creek was In town Thursday. Presbytery of Athens Sept. 27, 1887, at Warren Church. Tho Star Gas Company will bore for gas in n short sime. Tho Logan Presbyterian will be out on time this month. F. W. Dolllson, of Glblsonvllle, was here on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Rempel spent Sunday at the Bock House. The Logan Schools will com mence ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN, OHIO. SUNKEN GRAVES. Thl summer ovo I wnhclor where Iho ilcnA Sloop out Ilia centurion which toll o'crhond, And question who thoy yrero Unit lild thun Glnwn, , Unvrnltc'fiil. nt tills lint Inn of tho town, Till nn rmotlon, nncrpremeil ns jet, Swells In my bosom lllio n vast rcnrct, 91 Tlioro wis u dny whon nil thli church yirct Mreot Thronln-il at tho pissing of llio mourner's fcoti There n time when ovorv ended yoar llronghl unforgulftil ones lu drop n lour, Vv'hivt now Is left, snvot'.iul the nrassrs lirovT A llltlo rnnlscr plnco thoy doived them sof There I? tho filty: nnd Just us fiilnt mid fur Swims tliruujti lliu twllli;lit deeps tho ovonlnc , Btnr. Ana thero the mountain Juts Into tho nlitht, Mnntlod with green, mid onnoploil nllli wlillo; 1V,uiu vnhdcrorl), tieforo It slnl to lout, iilanti theso low; moonho ims from tho darken ing west. There too, n bird, upon n troo's long limit, II vs Imllt her nest without , thought of him AVlthln vhoiirr.vo tho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

ffl ,..'rf-15-fp--rf if utotim , .jb- rrrr Tiw1- THE DAIRY. As Iho general ottucntlan of itis farmer progresses, lits Idons tiiko n broader gauge, Ills in hid expands In many directions, and the great dairy Industry keeps on advancing and pro grcssingfrom day to day. Dairy World, Walter Booth, of Doorflold, In, Bold $960 worth of butter from clghtooa cows, averaging nearly fifty-four dol lars per cow. At tlio samo time ho raised all tlio calves and fed them all tho milk thoy required. Nono of his animals nro. scrubs. Thoy all como In in tho nutumn and butter is sold wlion It brings tho highest price. Farm, Field and Stockman. Thero Is profit In dairy butter If the maker understands his business. If not, and ho will not learn or will not supply tho good wifo with facilities for making tho best, and will not use cur rent means for getting it to market in .( perfect condition, somo other branch of agriculture requiring less exact care had better bo followed. Hoard'' 3 Dairy man. Corn f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 September 1887

n't W .? V T BTi 4f. " tV-1 K . j, S1W Sttint-Muiillilyl'iiy. The folloVvhiK I'dllorlitl frtUn the Mining Herald mul Collier Muffineer in roforuni'c to tho new lnv cluitig Jng puy-tlnyfl from monthly to semi monthly, U n.s tijiplicablo to Ohio xh Voiinaylviiiiliu It Ii not always possible for u now law to bo put Into operation Imme diately and tho ono providing for tho sonil-iiionthly payment of wages, which Ij passed by tho Ponnsylvnnl t Legislature, this year, was not an exception, especi ally in respect to coal miners. "Where It hasbcon tho nilo for years to pay Inrj:p forces of employes montlily, it is impossiblo to mako a chango in that system In a few weeks, and it cannot bo hurried on by Indignation meetings on tho part of tho workliigmenor metropolitan nowspapt'r claptrap, Time, pay rolls and cash have to he handled twlco a month instead of once, uml this entails an increase pf labor and tho employment of juldltlohal clerks. Tho latter can not by picked up in tho highways at...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

m mwiimSwM :w rR4J. I, 4g -. . tw fr-r The Ohio Democrat. 3 vSv,.- LOGAN, O., SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 17. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. YOL. II. NO. 13. rrT THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAK. Cull Capital, $50,000.00. ( Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock a cennrnl blinking business. Foreign Draft and Steamship Tickets for m1o at low ckt rate. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera Hone. liAWitPNCK A. Cci.VKJt, President Or.oiiQEjW. l'tii.i.KK, Vlco l'rcrt. UEunKN I). Cdi.veii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK Or LOGAN, OHIO. 31co Hours from 9 n. m. to 8 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'venUlent. Chan. 12. lioweii, Cttshter. Doesn general banking business, rccelvi-H deposits, discounts pnper, mid buys ami sells Kxclinnito. BANK In central room In the James I) lock ATTORNEYS, a W. BR EM. Attoraey-at-Law and Notary Public, DolliHon Building Logan, O. Collections nfClalms, Notes ntulAccoj its, Mnrtirage. Iumm, Contracts, l)ceds, wills, Meclmiilc'H Men...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

-rr, i,-,.,T-a',l -JMi -a SBS y ntwf - - -"- f-i. j "Mir.wp mi The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A post-ofileo has been opened at Bivalve, Mil. Tiikhr Is nn oulon blight' throughout 3iow England. Tiikiik U11 ho twenty nowsnapor men In tho next Congress. ; l'uoi. Uoodk litis taken cluirgo of tho U. 8. Fish Commission, A ntiRnv two-cont stamp will soon re pines tho "barn-roil" ono. Tin: oftonor base-ball plnycrs strlko the bettor the manngers nro pleased. Tun highest denomination of United Btntos legal-tender notes Is $10,000. Davem-obt Is tho onion markot of Iowa. Uarllo also grows luxuriantly there. A jcbw brldgo ncross tho Tiber at Rome Is to bo named In honor of Garibaldi. A aoi.nnx street lamp, with n diamond light; makes an.nttractlvo scnrf-pln. CitCMATiov of tho dend will bo In prao Uco In ht. Louis within a few months. Bii.t. Nye's llvo columns a week In tho Now York World uro supposed to not him $150. Chicago Is vaccinating hor children free of charge at tho roo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

EEZ2 wwnw F, 1? It SK ft I The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. AS USUAL. There once wns a lover who knelt to hU dove, And swore by tho things that aro sucrcd to lovo Thnt It Bho would tako him and never forsako him She'd Hnd him as good ns tho nngcls nbovo. lie sworo by tho sun nnd tho moon nml tho stars To givo up when murrlcd his plpo and cigars; That chawing tho wood ho would stop, and, In deed, ho Would novcrmoro drink with tho boys at tho bars. Its vowed that at homo would his ovonlngs bo spont, That nothing ho'd do without llr.it her consent; Ho nover would grlovo her, no, novor decolvu nor, And giro hor his money to oven neon t. Ho sworo thnt no lover e'er loved ns ho did, That ever her slavo most dovoted he'd be ; Ho'd think of no other fcmnlo but her mother, Who must In his homo malco her resldonco frco. Tho lovor beltovcd ho would do as ho said, And so did tho maiden who wouldn't bo led By any one wiser who trlod to advise hor That marrlago don't change a man's habits in bred,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

ir r-mmsz wspp ww i' 'mfiw N FywMw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, FroptloUr, Q.W.BREnU. rA. H. WilBOn, - r r EltOJ. BATUJIDAY, SEP. 17- - 18S7. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Scco)ul'('liHn matter. Democratic! Stato Ticket. For Govurnor, THOMAS 13. X'OWELL. LloUtcnant Oovornor, DkWITT C. COOLMAN. Supremo Judgo (Long Term), ' L. p. CIUTCH FIELD. Supremo Judge (Short Term), VIItOIL P. KLIJJE, Auditor of State, EMIL KIEGEWETTEIt, Treasurer of Stnte, , GEORGE W. IIAKPEB. Attorney General. W. II. LEEB. "-Member of Board of Public Works PETEH MUltPIIY, Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SHULTZ: Representative, C. II. BUE11IIAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, ' J). II. LAPPAN. Probate Judge, W. 'JC. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner. JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. Shuitz's majority over Town ,boiu1 will be at least eight hundred. Tho Campaign Started. On last Saturday tho Democratic Central Committeo met In ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

m KESZ A s tEjOCLAJLi r&nEJWS. 13d. L. "Wilson, City Editor. Hunt up your school books. Milt Mnrtln took In the Circus. Tom Johnson was in tho city Friday. Our gas well burns as brightly na over. Bnrt Mnrtln wns In town Thursdiy. Nolsnnvlllo wns woll represent ed Thursday. John Harrington returned to college Tuesday. Miss Anna Wright was In Lancaster Sunday. A few Now Lexington parties attended tho show. Miss Nan Onllighcr spent Sun day In Lnhenster. Mert Smith returned to college Tuesday morning. Miss Voris, of Lancaster, is the .guest of Miss Emma Floyd. Chns Barkor, of tho Athens Journal was in town Saturday. Miss Stella Bright of New Lexington is visiting in tho city. The Logan Mfg. Co., aro erect ing a new barn near their factory. Mrs. Sol Churchill, of Colum bus, visited Mrs. James Little last week. A. H. Brooke, spent Sunday with his wife who is visiting in Lan caster. Will Westenhaver, of Chicago, spent last week with his parents at this place. " J. C. Hite, of Lancaster...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

J ? ,,J v? 1 V POWELL'S KEY-NOTE. ponlng of tho DOmooratio Cam paign in Butlor County. 4lcccli by linn. Tliomnn II. I'nvroll nt lliiiiilllnii, ()., Hcjilomhrr 7. Fellow CIUicm: It It a matter of personal crntltlrptlon thnt ! nm permitted to multo my ictilnn- speech In tills cnmiiiilmi In tills county of muniilllccnt Democratic majorities. It Is u source of still greater plcoMtro tli.it the Invita tion tthlcli Inaugurated tills iiicctlnR was pre sented In hchulf of tlio lojjil Nomocracy of Hut lev County by their brilliant and nhlo loader, James 1!. Cittnpholl. Tho promises of n Rcnor ous, cutliuslnstlu reception liavo liccn moro than realized. The spirit nnil determination manifested by this vast nuilicncci which In cludes many of our IcikIIiir men from nil Rce llons of tho State, clearly Indicates Unit our yurty Intends to do as well by hip iih It did four yeuvs ago for (IcorKO Hoadlv. when In this olty 11 started him upon a chi'himIrii which resulted In liniltltu? lilm Ooermir of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

ippfiw .'"Wrtpw' 5ftJ&?! .a-, " h i - W3 (BfW i .. HEALISTIO ADVENTURE. An Incident from the Kurt? Ufa of Hot , ' flint W. 1 Howell. Ait tho dusk was sctttiig In on n bcntt ti(ul;ftnttimnakilny .about thlrty-sovon yearangor n man and a boy woroHlrlv ng a cow along a country ro.ul In Ohio. Thoy had como a long iltstanco and were wonryj but though, tho boy limped, tho conversation did not Hug. as they trudged along. They word evidently not farmer; both had tho aptiqariiuca of living a cltyjjfjj, Jinfc had, thoy buoh obsorvod, tho things thoy wcro saying, and not their looks, v6uld hard 'nttriidtoti at tention; for thoy woro talking of Cer vantes find Shakespeare. Tho coiy needed much Urging, and it was lato nt night when thoy reached somo whllc-lhnbcd sycamores bcldo tho tall-raco of a grist-mill on tho Lit tle Miaijit J'i.vor, on tho other shlo pfj which was tho small log-cabin in which thoy lived. A question then arose as to how thoy should get tho cow across. Thoy did not know ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 September 1887

'rTr--iiAlimmmmmmmm K TtfE CLOTH OF (QOLO. The clolh ot gold li woten slight ,Of deed! thst speak In Wrong's dcsplU, . , Of Lore thst sbeds o'er llres below ' Tbo perfect Joy tb angel know Tli wrougM by Mull that seek th right. In city street In blackest night, In country ways with sunshine blight, Lore wcArca Mlko on friend and foe The cloth of gold. It foldt by charity am dlght To oorer icara, to care from blight, And o'er tlio low'ring brow of woo To thed a toothing, healing glow. It mantles sin with mercy's light The cloth of gold. TRIBES OF A8IATIC RUSSIA. pypas of Mankind Not r leaning lo Sure peon Eyes Goldl and Olljak. Speaking generally of the tribe of Asiatic Russia, It will bo anticipated that tlioy differ widely from one another In fippoaranco. When in the bazars of Turkiitan, one meets with fixe tall, mod erutoly stout Tajik, with white skin, abundant beard, long, arched, and glen der noso, thin straight lips, and good teoth, his forehead high and wide, arched, araplo e...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

siSUSP Jpmm$wffimi torn vjvttt- yqmw f V The Ohio Democrat. yol. II. XO. 14. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PElt YEAR. J4 y u f THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. C'nxh Capital, $50,000.00. Doposlts secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dors o gnncrnl bunking business. Fort'lim Drafts ami Htcamslilp Tickets ftir snlo nt low est rules. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opera House. I.awuknc-k A. OUf.vr.n, 1'rrsldont. UKOIIUKlW. PUM.KN, Vloo l'rcst. ItP.UIIKN I). Cllr.VI.lt, Cl Cnshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OFTjOGAX, OHIO.. Bee Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan. IS. liowen, Cashier. Does a general banking business, twelve deM)slt8, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. HANK In central room In tbo James ATTORNEYS. GL W. BR EM. AUomey-at-Law and Rotary Public, I.ollison lliilliling Logan, O. Collections of Claims, Notes nnil Accounts, MortKiWS, I-cuses, Contractu, Deeds, Wills, Mpclinnlr'H Lio...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

" J K the Ohio Democrat. .LOGAN. OHIO. OURRENT TOPICS. A i.arcir ponuut crop Is looked for this year. Boratorrr Is tlio nnmo of a Florida town. Pi.atinum lias boon discovered near Clin, ton, Mo. Man oats tho fruit of tho pawpaw, Imt hogs won't. l'lTisnnnon iron mills are ovorcrowuea witnoraors. Twp hundred Indians hold camp-mooting near Cairo, Mich. Onis Now York flrin sent London 100,000 bnrrels of oystors. OrsTniis In almost ovory shapo aro bono . fltod by lemon julco. A Mains judgo has dcclarod Jamaica gtngor nn Intoxicant. TmnTT counties In Missouri havo do" dared for prohibition. "PAnNfiM." Is uccontcd on tho llrst sylla ble aslf spelled Pnrn'l. Si'eakeii Caiimsi.e has grown very brown and stout this summer. A Yankee has patented a fork to hold hot corn with Impunity. Jor Wo is tho contradictory namo of a Ban Francisco Chinaman. The pay of circus clowns ranges from twenty tollfty dollars a wcok. A seaside letter tells of bathing suits that fit liko tho paint on a board. Tnn lat...

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. — 24 September 1887

npw ;f 1-MB it v &- v.'-v r " ' r"&t$it-"&j ""fli&'fy r--fi ' ' .?! ft,w'4- f,W'' ,, f T t f) -Wi I TK A m i IBK I'sii i, I Ifiamr ORiinor. wants tho farmers nnd lnml owners to pay nil llio taxes. Ji B. Forakor also maintains that real cstato docH not pay tax enough. InoN-oiiE laborors aro "protected" by a duty on Iron of 76 cents a ton, and do not earn 76 conts a day wages. A liod-cnrrlcr Is not protected mid earns S2.C0 n day. , Great Is the Republican slillibolalh of "protection." Tin: fact that wool has boon on a dcellnu In price over slnco the tariff of 'G7 was )ttt on, would Indleato that 1'orakor had something on which to Imso his assertion that tlio tariff had rodnccd prices "two hundred" per cent. It was not n "dirty Duinoorat" who told tin- farmors of Ohio that thoy did not pay their just proportion of tlio taxes necessary to run the Stato gov ernment. Tlio present Qovornor of Ohio embodied tlio accusation in a special messago to tlio Legislature. If the pr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

fcSJ Mi 1 mmm -in ll,f1!pif1 Iff w?a jrEw!'rF& '-; "xT a 4 k' :. ! f i I Pf THE OHIO PBPW, '..O.W.BEEHK. Praprteteri Editor. a- J A. H. "Wson, - - ISATUTIDA-Y, SEP. 17 1887 Entered at the FitfUofllceat fsopan nit Sccond-eUt88 matter. Democratic Stuto Ticket, For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Lloutpnunt Governor, DeWH'T C. COOLMAN. Supremo .TihIro (Lour Term), L. It. CIUTCHFIELD. .Supreme Judgo (S)iort Term), VIRGIL P. KLINE. Auditor of Stnto, ' EMIL KIESEWETTER, Tronsurcr of State, .GEORGE W. HARPER. Attorney General. W. II. LEETE. jWembor of Hoard of Public Works. PETER MURPHY, Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SIIULTZ, Representative, jO, H. BUERHAUS. Sheriff, , JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. H. LAPPAN. Probate Judge, W, T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. The Democracy of Hocking ;County lias a good ticket and suc cess at the polls in November is an assured fact, Th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

Kija.ttfllBMi imm&2,:mito y NJl lAti' 1 psr''?"' r Sf15,'"y" " '"r" ' "j"' rt." trf '-t ",f Tf?' i "1S A 0L.OOJLIj nSTIErWS. Ed. L. "Wilson, City Editor. Cold! Overcoats. Lay your dusters away. Como to tho County fair. Rov. Cady is at La Crosse, Wis. Ed Collinswas In town Sun day. gf -L. O. Bort was in Columbus Sunday. Our gas still illuminates tho heavens. Ed Donivan spent Sunday in Lancaster. Miss Ella Meeks will open a select school. Vern Bowen was in Columbus this week. Thursday's rain chilled things up slightly. A. H. Wilson was in Colum bus Friday. Pat Sweeny has returned from Pfc. Pleosant. Bills are out for the Hocking County Fair. Wes McClintock was in Lo gan Saturday. A Fair Daily will bo issued during our fair. Gus Smith has returned to Medical College. Milt Martin has resigned his position at Coonville. G. W. Beery has a new dis play case for his gallery. George Tennyhill is going to get a "slide" trombone. Stiers, Stiers A Co are moving into their now rooms. John Wh...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

tm ! vr: n tsuwm.'U rMiMtto. fw,:nmm9,MH.m,n, mn . wajsizaam .uMamsgi jrr Ktny .-.; .Y),fry J?fcBM JTM-ISP Pf8 .' TV 'V'-y '"USTtMilR'T- war?T-. ;' 4 ?. . 1 n he Ohio Democrat. IDOAN. OHIO. m THE DAY SHE DIED. 11 as sho left It within her room : hltor footstool hero whoro sho used Mast: Rcrchnlr drawn nonrto tho plants In bloom ITno time ot nowors will noun no past. her work-box, nnd white ns mlllt civet cushion lies by Its bIiIo: I I1H AllVtllU Hill.,. HUM lIVII H"W I1LIV.' Dllt. MJust ns sho left It tho day sho died. mntl iliiiin.lii.l 11 llli mnon lilKli utllt In thl) sofa thcro Is tho dress nho w iro, IDalnty tho sheer soft muslin thing I stilted her tuncW fiico of yoro lleciuso oMts tints llko tho hud ot nprlrg. i(V . cruropicu gjoto on ner urcssniK ciw,o, - .Tho nrlnt of lingers within it yot. .lul about It lingering still n triico Of ylolot yngtio nnd mignonette. k rlbtyon dropped on tho enrpot near Uy her own soft linger Its knot was tied; Jo one hns dnrcd to enter hero Slne...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

. ' (. Jt l ., t '.Ml' '?55 i --jy1 .V- A rZ? . .wttM.u!ustM .tm- w. . -m -vm- Ub THE COWBOYS' LIFE. A Wont or Two In Thlr bfifenie by Ont of Their Nnrnlmr, I eco n great tlenl written about rnncti lifo In Texas. Soma of It is true, but tho bulk of tho nltcgccl facts published exist only In the mind of somo gifted roportcr, with a vivid linngiimtlon. So I thought that a latter from a gcnulna cowboy, one who rides tho prairie for n living from ono end of tho year to tho other, through the cold winlur ntut iiot summer alike, would bo of Interest, particularly so as being from ono who lias vlddon ovor nearly all tho State of Texas and part of Mexico on the back of a cow pony. In tho first place tho Ufa Is a.linvd ono; uono but men of faultless' constitution can stand It. In valids andthoso spoking recreation can doubtless bo bonofltod in health by a trip ncross tho pralrio on a cow drive, if thoy go for that purposo and do not engage an a hand; but If thoy lido tho bucking pony and las...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 September 1887

Ki i 'urtoibi -ik ' " " '' Mj"l"VT fti ?"-! t.'-ia-xfe tl mBBHIHHiHVHHa 3; "v: -?fc fVre; "pi 't,, "- " ' Jr.-" .57 V n! HaWJmUJIJKiJWI' J" I.WWMK11! w?-v;. ; i"w"i U VlllitiWlr-titP "- '" A 'Mr i- f H Ks THE BREVITY OF LOVE, 'ft (A thn silent ntflr r.t mav flfltl lioum. HTbftt meltn In wlntlieu llatne of vermeil rtny K In the row nliQvc the hutiliui tliorn, feWhotie prliinun feaiM tlio wild nlgth sweet l? awnr II I n (joMea'wl that ilewns nnil fade. H'AbuTo tbo lillndhiR IneoMe of cur years, JKor (tlnls to earth but that tho heart must feel, ti'Tu'iis ln'it n mlrngu pictured Id pur tenrs. pTAilcotlngMthobofeftllsrnjB IlntL.t .. , '. .. i, .......- Llil. .l..t. -feAiiuv smcu mu uurbiitru iicnvens wim uii-ii I" An. That flojili Jtwlr light In tnllllon eyes nfnr, ' And In Ifmt brief tempestuous flame cxttlre. Jt Is tho'sllkctt tircezo of j outh and hope, 1 Tliat. M Jt nlslia ncrcss f ho ctnr stren n floor. Beared secma to stir tho petals of the row. J' ' Or more thn palls that stretch...

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