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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

mtmt j. ,-twna ,m f M -.w r ?VtWiM-Wv " rm The Ohio Democrat. h H dL tt VOL. II. NO. 15. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAlt. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF MOAN. Cah Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits Hccurctl by Iiullvhlunl Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock n pcncrat Imnklnc uuMnesa. Foreign llrnflR and Hteixmslilp TickctR for Halo at low est rates. OFFICE, Room Xo. G, Opera House. liAWUKNCR A. CUI.VKH, President. aEOItOBW. I'UM.KN, Vlctf VrCst. HUUHBM D. CUl.VElt, Cnshler. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. -flee Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. IS.Bowen, Cashier. Poena general blinking business, reeelves deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. OP"BANK In contra! room lu tlio Jnmes BlocTt. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Mary Public, Uollison Building Logan, O. f'nllictlniisof Olnlins. Notes and Accounts, MortgiiftcH, louses, Cuntruetx, Deeds, Wills, Mechanic's Mens, &a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

Vb- Tflwi,- -rtf f ? !"'('IffrffCTJlf;(tfW, - -up yJ (- f h The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tub mnscullno full dross vest will bo cut tJ-Mmpcd. Tun Nihilists hnvo successfully reorgan ised In Russia. Thehk nro 00,000 Jnpan oranges trees en route to California. Bka-ottkii lililcs nro valued nt flvo hun drcd dollars nploco. Govcuxou Onixsnr, of Illinois, Is a Mex ican war pensioner. Tun Baroness llurilott-Coutts and her husband nro coming to America. Jay Uoumi Is buying Louisiana land contiguous to his railway system. Giumm: Wmtincihousi:, Jit., the Inventor of the air brake, Is woilh W,O0O,U00. UnsitT Gnouor. lias boon lined $100 for noglcctlng a summons to servo on a jury. Atlanta, Ga., will bo In tlio throes of another local option election NovomborS. Er.rpjUNTs' tusks nio now mounted In brass and inudc to hold ornamental parlor lamps. Hv.w York Is flooded with nnarchlst cir culars denouncing tko Illinois Bupicmo Court. Tim annual silver iiroilnct of North America i...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. Tho Oapturod Flags and Soldiers' Ponstono. Qenornl Gcorgo W. Morgnn nt Camden, Ohio. Tho following I tho concluding portion of General Morgan's speech at Cameron, Monroo County, September 17! Ilovr clcnn, broad nnd patriotic tho ndmlnls trntlon of President Clavolaml lias been, when his ordor for tho roturn of tho captured flags, doposltcd In tho Wnr orrtco. Is mado tho chlof subject of complaint ngnlnst It, Tho order was given, reconsidered and coun termanded, nnd thnt Is tho beginning and tho ending of tho wholo affair. Not one captured flag has boon or will be removed from tho Na tional Capital, and all this smolto on tho subject amounts to nothing, A nation Is a great family, In which union nnd good will are vital elements) as envy nnd dis cord nro sources of wcaltness nnd failure. Wo of tho north enn afford to bo Just nnd generous, for after four years of heroic battle, on either sldo, tho vlotory was ours. During tho war thero was no mullco hotween tho sol...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

h fv Vf . f'Wfx'Ff gaBjfttigMratyrrewwrnre-ySTi t rr wTrfr mww ty?1 ',JmcT'VfTT ' f f ' !" " ' BM'yJTwa,,jriipjf aaasrjrffB Btflnrewwiuw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O, W. B&EHM. rroptletcri Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, SEP. 17- - 1887. iL JSntcrcd al the Post-office al Logan as Secoiid'tilass matter. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, DuWITT C. COOLMAN. Supremo Judge (Long Term), L. R. CRITCHFIELD. .Supreme Jtultfo (Short Term), yiltOIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL KIESEWETTER. Treasurer of State, GEORGE W. HARPER. Attorney General. W. II. LEETE. Member of Board of Public Works, PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. j For Senator, WILLIAM A. SHULTZ. Representative, ,C. II. BUERIIAUS. ! SherlfT, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, u D. H. LAPPAN. Prolmto Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. V Hon. J. H. Outiiwaite has our thanks for Vol. 18...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

r,oa.A.xj asraws. Ed. L. Wilson, Oity Editor. Potatoes $1.00 por bushel. A light frost Monday morning. Tldo Houston wns in tho city Sunday. Chas. Keynes was In Colum bus, Sunday. Bring your family to tho fair Oct. 0, 7, and 8. Rev. a. W. Burns was In tho City yesterday. Mlllvillo camp meeting could not draw a crowd. Miss Anna Tanner, of Athens, was In Logan Sunday. Otho Kanodo has been granted a pension of $10 per month. Mrs. Jes80 deStolger visited. In Logan tho first of this week. Isaiah' Defenbaugh, of South Perry, was In town yesterday. Several of our citizens attend ed tho Athens Fair this week. Forty-flvo race entries wero made for our fair up to Friday. Wash Wyman has sold his Brick yard lot to Geo. Hartman. Dr. Redfern and Seesholtz, of South Perry were In town Tuesday. Mr. 8. H. Bright, was in Mc Arthur Tuesday on legal business. Miss Dora Hansen was visiting in Nelsonvllle the fore part of this week. T. W. Rochester and daughter, Ollle, are visiting St. Louis this week. Ev...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

ins. pt 4' The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. LITTLE BY LITTLE. Not In n roaring rlror pouring rnllt tlia summer rain, Hut with n aprlnltlo, patter, tlnUlo, On roof tnil hill, and plain, Drop by ilrop how tho Rroeu lonvon Rrowt Drop bv ilrop how tho fnlr liid bow. Tho snow that covor tho luru oarlh oror To wrap har winter sleep, I'ly hither, thlthor, (cnthor by feather, Until they Ho Uneo deep, rinltn by 11 ilto gii-mla tlio bulb from harml Flake by 1 1 alio Is tho wheat kopt warm. Ths orchard glaililein tho oys anil roclilona With apples all Its trees; Uut not In n minute was drawn within It Tho tin cot of sun and lirooo; The blnclt seed ilr.it, then tho tondor shoot, Tho trunk, tho blossom, and now tho fruit. Nccrworoso(cnlongno boota Rlvon llxcopt In tho fairy tale, Nor can wlsulng hurry tho speod, or oarry Onooerpcal( and dale. Step by ntop, In nhlno nnd shndo. I tho long road traiolod, tho joiirnoy m.ulo. Second by nceond tlmo Is rcolconod, An winged nio they as boos, Too swift fo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

WW,.!,!, y M'4 1 ' v& f&i &l I DON'T FRET OR WORRY. Word of Advice for Kxtinaated rnd Ner on tlnuaekoepcrfi "Every ono of theso doors crcak9 bo horribly that It rtlmosl eots mo wild," exclaimed ntlrcdliousokcopor, who wns trying lo rest a llttlo after tho Inborn of a wcarlsomo day. Now this was not tho first, perhaps It was tho twentieth time sho had mado tho samo, or a simi lar remark about tho croaking of tho doors, whon with tho aid of a bottlo of oil and a feather sho might hare made them swing nolsolcssly and saved lior self all tho annoyanco sho had suffered. It Is a groat deal easier to mako sug gestions than to follow them; but it scorns to mo that tho "goltlon rttlo" for housekeepers might bo this: J'lf any thing goes wrong for which tlioro is a remedy, apply it as soon as possible; If thero Is absolutoly no romedy do not fret, hut mako tho best of it." I boliovo that often it is not tho work that makes us fool so thoroughly weary at tho end of tho week a9 worry...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 October 1887

"V -i, .m x " ay 1, t "V ar i'-taliV . W-ifl"-., f 7v r f 5 I i h . OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. flocking County Tost Ques-tions. ARTTMETIC. .. 1. What la tlio basis of reasoning In nnnlysls? Stnto four Konorol principles applicable to fractions with tlio reason for each. 2. What Is thclndiictlvo of tonoh Ing arithmetic? Tlio deductive1 V Which method do you prcfor. 0. A man buys cloth nt 20 above par and Bella It at 80?o less; what Is the selling price? A. "What per cent, shall I make on my Investment, If I purchase 5-20's 103, gold worth 108? 5. Gain was 10 moro by cost being 8?c less; what was the origin al gain per cent? C. If a man weighs 100 lbs. nvolrdupoisc, what will ho weigh troy weight? 7. A man bought a horse and carriage for !I280, and two-flfths of the cost of the carriage equals two thirds of tho cost of tlio horse; what was tho cost of each ? 8. A farmer sold to one man !) horses and 7 cows, for .fDOO; and to another, at tho same price, 0 horses and 13" cows, for tho samo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

I tlMMWfttiM s ? c ris ( s V 6 ;f y cc Aljf'V tori-b l-9.ra,w m-ii wtmKmx- tfmm n m h.ni. i .. .iiU . .. . "WJlfJRW-WWW WWHWlBB-rimw, ...MHW-iMfcstS ' J -r' a - : a f i ' ' ' T.i fa d 4 ( . 4 -. 'J ' ... 4 t uv ' , I ii, nirf A !. . ! " i' - '-F ' ' m i-f-p- ri&' i "v . m i'm , ri . ' m it- t'l ! 'Vj-'kiiiri'HI HJffU qui lf '" ' Pi f f, , 1 l yoi,. H. NO. 16. , LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 Vm YEAR. c u ,- t4,r .-, rmtrViKmn--iBmv'm H mtr wiownow, !-2W' 'V ni -SiL- , rf, . Mf,.W- . mrt& , m Wfc r -rTr ,r" t h n. .w-Trm . mm. ir" .w ,'oj t-t ' m -k r ' - - ' iv;Lj i ILJMi l IAMIMU A 1 ' ,lt,-jJ to. e --a' -.&' S THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOM, Ch Capital, 150,000.00. I)cpn.tttA. secured by Iildlvlthial LiabiHty of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dnos a Knernt tmiiklnit IiiikIiicix. Foreign Drnfln nml HU'itltihlilp Tlrkcln ror iinlo nt low Ht rulcM. OFFICE, Itoom No. si' Opera Honne. fAWHKKCK A. Ctti.VKIi, PreBldcnt. tJKOIIOK.W..I,IJI.T.KXl Vlco PrCRt. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

f -- -ftfc.fc, -, - 1 The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. WnAixnoNBlsnow worth about $9,W0 per ton. Missouri's loud Holds cover ono-nlnth of tho State's urea, Bilk Is nctunlly used In somo of tho ele gant now wnll papers. A ntintii:n solo, for ladles' shoos, romova tlo at pleasure, Is out. "Wubn's eoos" Is tho nnmo of a tendor now tint for society frocks. M. Pasteur, tho hydrophobia specialist, has bcon decorated a baron. Wrr.KT.Y payment of wages Is now re quited by law In Connecticut. Inox slag Is used by somo Allegheny (l'a.) manufacturers to mako bricks. Noktiiw estehx Pennsylvania expects to have tho lurgost plate-gloss works in tho world. The gravo of Benjamin Franklin In Philadelphia Is In a much neglected con dition. Fiuxk JAAirs, tho cx-bnndlt, Is to becomo salesman for an Atlanta (Oa.) dry goods house. A son of Jcsso James sued a Kansas City brewery for being run ovor by its wagon. A Reaijino (Pa.) fruit farmer has picked fourteen tons of grapes to mako vinegar...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

Vjrf - - -f -in ,. Y rx in A MIGHTY HOST. Plfty Thousand Veterans of tho Late War Invade Bt LouU NEARLY ALL WILL APPEAR IN PARADE. The Oltr Ontdooi Herielr In tho Wy of Decoration and llluminntlon-The Or der of rrooesslon The llnnquot Other Xntereatlrig Nwj. A MOMSTGlt 1ULLT. St. Lotna. Sopfe 27. Tho jnoblllkatlon of tho Orand Army of tho Itopubllo hns been Ruoccestul boyond expectation, and last night it wm estimated that 00,000 veterans woro In tho city. Tho morning trains to-day nnd tho Bpoclnls that will nrrivo beforo tho parado will add 12,000 to 15,000 to thin numbor. Thoso flguros do not lncludo the army of frlonds and relatives who no company tho comrades, and who will ro maln during tho encampment From tho statistics compiled by tho registry depart ment of itlio Encampment Committee it ap pears that about 40,000 vetorans will bo In lino to-day. Tho number from each depart ment has boen figured up With this result: Illinois 10,000 Missouri 8.000 Tho Potomac 250 Kontucuy... l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

5e-ran'-ffS TfS. " i. ivfy? .' ?T&1 B' ') SX , 7TT tqmmafsm, ... .iiit . , s r THE OP DEMOCR.T. 'ft.W;1lJEHM. ' &. H. Wilson, f Ptopilt'.o - - Editol SATURDAY, SEP. 17- - 1887 Jintorcd (itlho Poit'OfficciitLoya fis Second-class mattvt'. v : ,, u- ...;..'!) i ppinpcrutic Stuto Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS J3, F.OWELL. .' Lieutenant Governor, DnWITT C. COOL.MAN. .Supremo .TihIko (Long Term), , , jj. fl. CRITCIIPIELD. Supremo Judge (Sliort Term), VIIIOIL P. KLINE. Auditor of SJtnte, EMU,. KJLESEWETTER. Treasurer of Stnte, GEQttGE W. HARPER. Attorney General. W. H, LEETi?." Cembor of Iionrd of Public Vorio PETER MURPHY. nemocrntJc County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SIIULTZ. Representative, C. II. BUERIJAUS. Sheriff JOHN GALLAGHER.. ,G,lcrk of , Court, i. , D. II. LAPPAN. 'i Probate Judge W.-T. ACKER. County Surveyor, , JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHNT. NUTTER. Infirmnry Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE.. Tirntn trouble is iibout to sorel, nfliiet tl ,e Ohio R...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

& i '??''( !, mm MiUyflUlMfMJNifl1ki if, ir I t LOOAL ITEIWS, Ed, L. Wilson, dity Editor Vo have u find ithiphltheator. -John 0 .1 tunes, agent, Logan O. Fourteen police to keep order. Clms. Itoso was in Columbus Sunday. Agobd crowd attended tlio Fuir Friday. Miss AngleCatnp, of Nclsonvllle, attended our fair. Judge Frlesrier Was In Lan caster Saturday. Will Haines, ol Columbus, was In the city Tuenduy, Tho Hock-Hocking Band will not play lit the fair. Miss Anna Tanner, of Athens, attended tho Fair Friday. William Heft made tho Dem ociiat a cull on Thursday. Alex. Sands, of Cincinnati, is in Logan' attending tho fair. The Armstrong business build Is being raised another story. Charley Larimer, of Flood wood, was in the. city Sunduy. Hon. Joseph H. Outhwalte was .a culler at this office Thursday. Five wells of good water. You are not compelled to drink beer. The Gore Band furnishes the music for tho fair. They are good. Kessler Bros, have one of the best displays of jewelry we ev...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

r 'Vi i V h as V The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. do it With all your might. "Whatsooicr thy hand flndoth to do, do It with thy mlRht." leaver put oft till io-morrow Tho tlilnff you can do to day. Ncer lot plctMuro borrow An hour thnt pnln must pny. Thbugh n ntnrm on your path nccms browing And clouds mny obscure tho light, Whnlcvor jou doom worth doing Is worth doing with all your might. Would you win Dnmo Fortuno'n favorsf Then woo her with heart and aoul, ThouRh tho cup oho offer savors At times ol tho gnll-touchod bowl, Pros on when tho plow you'ro ilrirlnR, t.cok not to tho left or right. Though hard bo your tash, koop striving And do It with nil your might. If over jou turn from tho labor Appointed for jou to do, Let It bo to niMt n neighbor Less stalwart nml strong than you. Stand not ns n cold beholder Of woes that mny meet jour sight) llellcw) them, and work on bolder, And do It with all 3 our might. Ah. this Is llfo's lesson, and loarnlng , It's wisdom and truth you will gai...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 October 1887

yiiif wiPvtHiljSSS ""w&tymmafp'j' THE ROSTER RACKET. FORAKErVS RECKLESS EXTRAV AGANCE. Work Done, Then Dcntroycrt, unit none Over Again at n Cast or 7o,000. Amid tlio reckless oxtravngnnco find tniparnllolcd sqnniulortngof the public nionoya during the present Republican State administration, nothing hns yet boon told tlio tnxpayora concerning tho culpablo mlsmanagomont and criminal wastefulness going on In connection with tho Itostor Department, so-caltod. Tho time has come for ventilating this Btoal. Tho last Democratic Legislature on tho lGth of March, 1884, adopted a Joint resolution providing for tho pub lication, fn book form, of tho complotc Eostcr of Ohio Soldiors in tho last two wars. On tho 14th of April, 1884, tlio sum of llvo thousand dollars was ap propriated for tho purposo of begin ning tlio jvqrk of carrying into effect said resolution; and during tho session of 1885, tho further sum of nlno thou sand livo hundred dollars was appro priated for tho purposo of cont...

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

' ' W a. -y-wiBiiii i'$mkv,1Nki$tJVf'' t' " ?p vvp i ui tt ir n ) i1 W ' y1- rttfajqiit ns1ry.... -jE-a MMMHMWW I ii in ' - Ml i muwnjjiimi"WMiwnlmftmif i" 2555 mmm rnnc- 4 1 , U 1 r r s (wiiliofl J T)Uti 3'rV"J3TIOd. Tlierft l, nslile from nil tlid othar ro- jir lioimlhlo features oi Governor Forn kcr'n campion oratoTy, a loq9jn"'s8, a ri'iklrBint'BS of statement peryntllnji it (Imt a 03 astonishing as it is ontr.tgi'ous. M'epau tint remomber aninslnuco of a p ililin man of his wottld-bo promlnenco rlui cvHr treated tl)o mass of cmtiiililo ' "ml llilnkliuj pooplo as tools and dupo o tin extent that I'ornkcr lifts done nnd tlimes to do, Ordinarily, men who i i 'at tliutnwlvcs, nnd who nro not miling In n lll;o respect for their fellow iii'n'hnva some slight regard for truth in ilii'lr itibllo utterances, Ken n political Ft oiiiiitrol, if ho has a clear head, n little; fori'niiht, mid ."oiiio ktiowledgo of liumnn 'tnr., Mill not attempt to gait his hear- a uitli alleged facts that nr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

-jrT" ""tPi gr- ttV r? "ri ' , 'J,S'T'9u7f ' --fj-l"t'l..-r pt r- Tjjr ' TV J ' "?.''fW ( M r-w -.i .- Ohio Democrat. VOL. II. NO. 17. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER .15. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. hi in iiTl TTi THE & IK V THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. , Cash Capital, - , 160,000.09. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general banking business. Foreign Drafts mid Steamship TIckctH for salo at low est rale OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. liVWnENCK A. Cui.vkii, President. Okoiujr.W. 1'um.kn, Vlco Trent. ltKUHEK D. Cur.vicn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Jflce Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bowen, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receive deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. i BANK III central room In the James Bloc: ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Pablic, Dollldon Building Logan, O. Collections of Claims, Notes nn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

Jg rfrmi-rifB "pf$ir TS "Wl'PT-"' WT" hSW ' 'WywsrsfPtF Tp,ri,v " f The 'Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Titr. Thlstlo Is for sate for $30,000. Jon L. Sullivan Is going to England. A CniXAMAM Is running for ofllco In Baltimore. A nrw Dakota town has 117 inhabitants and Ilvo Bnloons. Tun nvorngo cost of English rallroadsda 1212,000 por in Ho. Bomhat grain conyod tho cholora gonna to Mcsslnn. KEi'onTBi) that Qucon Victoria conlem plates a visit to India. O.sn Now York dally pays $3 aploco for really good llltlo Jokes. Lr.vr, tho cornot plnyor, will soon storm tho land with a cornet troupe. A spav Is ton and sovcn-cighths Inches. A hand (horso moasuro) li four Inches. Louu Tknnyson Is said to havo an aver sion to writing or giving his autograph. Tun evolution of tho bustlo Is an Import Tint topic in tho world of fashion Ju9t now. The commercial failures for 1687 prom ise to fall bohtnd tlioso of nny your since 18s3. Pheisaxts havo overrun Willamette Vnlley, Cal., and nro de...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

h I POWDEIiLY'S ADDRESS. Tho Grand Mttetor Workman'B Annual Address. He Scathingly llntmhes Tltono lUnmben Who OItb Support to AimrcliUU mid Finer III ltanlirnntlnn In Mi Unnili of Anaembtjr. MiKNF.Aroi.ia, Minn., Oct. 0. ticnoral Mnstor Workmnn Powdorly ronu his nnmmt ndclross to tho Goiioral Assombly of tho Knights of Labor this nttornoon. It wns contnlnod In n pntnphlct of sixty-four closoly pnntod pages, and occupld four hours In dollvcry., Tho sponltor started with tho fltntomont that tho last sosslon of tho Ocnaral Assembly was amid tho clamor of d Iscontontod mon, tho warring of factions nncl' dissensions within tho ranks, which woro enlarged upon nnd scattered to tho world by cnomlcs within and without. To day thoro wasbutonoobjectlonablo fcaturo which stood in tho way of tho success of tho convention, nnd this was of so unlm- ,.,.portnnt a naturo that ho would not rofor to ! It. Tho delegates understood this to rofor to tho Anarchist resolution nnd thoro Was applause and co...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

--' ?&!? j ' - - -,.-. . !,,---- yr- - t r I If J' I I fc c" r.vwr fTKfg'iTT-''-r''t'T'T.r-?- 'T ,l'l' ; I -T "tr Tf wfrf'MyMf ,-" it" 'rttWt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, "p.W.BBBHK. A. H.-Wilson, fttfiitXtl) Editor. SATURDAY, QCT. If) - - 1887 ' Entered at the JPos(-offlceat Logan taa Sepond-clasB matter. Democratic Stuto Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, DbWITT C. .COOLMAN. .Supremo Judge (Long Terra), ' L. 11. CRITCIIFIELD. Supreme Jtuljxe (Siort Term), yinaiL r. klinje. Auditor of Stnto, EMIL JCIESEWETTER. Treasurer of State, - .GEORGE W. HARPER. Attorney Genornl. W. II. LEETE. "Member of Board of Public "Works, PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, .WILLIAM A. SHULTZ. Reprospnt'itive, ,C. II. BUERIIAUS. .Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. Probnto Judge, W. T. ACKER. .County Surveyor, JAMES V. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. " ' .Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. OF flON, l H. OUTHWAITE -DELIVmt...

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