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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

'f-f- fFr'fftyigF' '3.' , -ygtyj(yy4ti -i"r pii ii IV ute'. ijiMuAMLFfg.'jimuiJimjgjmiiaiiju'Aiirvji'ijujiiuH'niiiiiiii iwiiMi wm, -!..-.- 5 F f. . i J- h .. $' ? f? r fc'v v v "") l 1. I r'" LOOAL lfTESW3. 3ia4 L. Wilson, City Editor Gium? b plenty this year. See oUr offer on first page. Ed Collins was In town Wed nesday. Ed Dnnivnn Was in 'Liincister Sunday. Jo, Sliorr Bpont Sunday In Lancaster. Republicans had u blbwbut on Wednesday. J.'F.Comly wusln New Lexing ton, this week. ,, ', ,,. Chns Bow.e.n, of Colttmdus was irithe city this -week. 'sft& cull attention to our liberal offct finniftlOlKbtlrpliKe.; T,hc Indians are prolonging their summer this year. . Frank Mnrlin-nnd Will Keynes were1 in MeArthur Sunday. Dr. France will make his next visit on Friday December, 2d. - Court opened on Monday morn ing rt'lth Judgd.Frles'ncr presiding. A pension has been granted ",tb Philip Gjeiger with arrears from 1802. Ji H. Stump, of Perry Tp., was n business visitor Ut Logan on Tliursda...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

(JP "fl.fr " H VV 'VI w." r T A JADY DETECTIVE. And How Bbo Exposod a Man's Duplicity. tWrllton for thli Paper.) riSSALIOEGAUTH rang tlio atroot cnr boll with ft Riuldon nnd norv vom twitch. Slio was not In llii! habit of looking out of tho window Ltd wliou riding, but perhaps i kind m m Zfl M A rffyt&flBPifl SnjlKlur7fHlIi7'5v 'wvrANr VA;SEM1V'W' t l?rovltloncn (sho afterward thought) directed her to do it on this nud u foriuor occasion. She alighted almost before llii) enr cainu to a halt, so anxious was she to fully satisfy herself regarding what hor oyes had seemed to Bee. She bound her thick bluo veil tightly nroriml bor face, and was glad she had -worn her new fall suite, lint, wrap and dress, for she must not bo recognized. It was tho calm evening of a mellow October day, and Miss Garth was re turning homo from calls upon some friends in tho suburbs of tho city. Tho cars had just inndo ft curve into Lewis street, which bore a rather unsavory reputation, on account its gam...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

' st wf-f"Ft"Y$t "?t tf-j- twfffwt y w ! r I t s ft t 'i If t I' t? H - h N. " 4 l Hit Mnltlfarloun AccomptUhmonta nnd . Astonlthlng Hnkncltr. As wo cutuo loa snnltl, square housa yrltH" a oaiivas toot, nonr Oolrlehfc, Dnk., ,,. i nlrtrl ''who Wnt skinning A cByoto by ' tftc door nroso and begun to whlstla excitedly. A discouraged-looking yof-iow-nnd-wlilto dog put in a rulucthut appearance, sat down, and gazed off Into space. ' ' "Say," cxclalnicd tlio ' man with warmth, "I reckon you don't want to buy a good dog?" "NOto," Briar replied, ns ho care fully Inspected, tho animal, "I don't know as wo do." , . "I 'wod 1101," ropllcdtho man with tt; resigned ahyas If it was some relief , t , to ,findj his .worst fears .realized, "It , wouldn't bo my luck. It don't seem as If I over would soil that dojr." "Had him on tho markot some tlmoP" j ."Kvcl- slnoe I come from 'Kansas a year ago. Say.'doyou know I'vo Hod cnougli abqut that dog to build a baniP'' " "Is that soP" "You bet I have Firs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

-.SfsrserwtTOw t ri r ""jfi" t fn ' """ jfmiy . ( fT 'STWf 7jr ""WSPfrr' - fWfWf'PWh. 5TrtWWPCSHTW,'7 """fPir -V iWHPWf7R""c- v-'w jv , s$""- T WE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G. W.liJHlM. A. Et.tTilson, Ptoptlitoii Editor, .SATURDAY, $OV J9 - 1887, Entered at the. Poat-oJJlce at Loyai as Second-class matter. Domestic Diplomacy. Mr. Montgomery ltw boon' ,ovor irun with visitors of Into. All of hi. ircltitlves unci those of Ills ,vife liuvt' swooped (.(own on him like tin grand Jury .on the blind pigs. Till (litis tniido Mr. Montgomery weary. He lias oven gone so ,friw to swear that litswill do till In Ills power tn .annihilate the exposition. All last week Mr. Montgomery had to sleep in tlio woodshed mid eat his meaN .-otTof the Ironing board. This hu tired Mr. Montgomery us complete ly as a blacksmith tires u wagon wheel. But tie climax was reach ,ed the other evening. "Ferpy, dear," said Mrs. Mont;o mery, when ho came home ut din ner, !'vo are going to have more company." Fergy groaned. "Such n...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

&?$ i?v-&' pvr irvfv ?r .-vgar v fcW m'l'MfWlMllWMIlltMAiHilwmWB1W'l,iH.- i H ;'. . r ,- 1 Ifl , " . .11 II?' VOIi. II. NO. 23. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1887. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAK. '9p?T Ohio i Democrat. 1 rlL W"4 &- a t -. 6 r ;f. M .F-: ' f THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Cnpltiilf. $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. I)ocn pcncml biMiltltiK business. Foreign (Drafts nnd Htcamshlp TIckctH for mile nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAWIikncis A. Ctii.vnn, President. Georoe W. Pullkn, Vlcn Prcsl. RUUURX D. Cui.vf.ii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. See Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E.JJowch, Cashier Dona general banking huslries, receives deposits, discounts paper, mid buys nnd sellA Exchange. BANK In central room In the James 13 lock. -ATTORNEYS. G. W. BKEIDI. Attoraey-at-Law and Notary Public, Kolllion Building Logan,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

S, ,ajjf,4W. 1 "t ',' f 9 The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Cnir.p Cotonow Is only flvo foot eight. lUnox Rothschild Is an enthusiastic florist, I'APun iloors nro said to bo Increasing In popularity. Snnnirr Matrox got -tho drop on tho Annrchista. Paiisonb wits tho only Amcricnn among tho Anarchists. Niha Van KAVnr Bnss must now bo widow by proxy. San Fjiaxchco htt3 a public school espe cially Tor Chinese. The lntoit French dress requires two persons to put It on. Onsniui, Htm. will glvo Colby Univer sity a linmlsnmo fountain. Av enrnost wnrfnre ogninst high hats In theaters Is under way In Paris. Mits. GcNEiiAt. Logan has sold tho Logan lomostcad In Chlcngo for HO.SOO. Tuc Empress of Binzll is nbout to mi. to a pious pllgrlmugo to Palestine. Toitka, Kan., will expend ouo-fourth of u million dollars on tho sower system. FATiir.u McUlymm will stump England, Scotland and Ireland for tho Henry Uoorgo idea. Watkii Is so senrco around Uoclty Hill, Conn., that tho babies nr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

T lb If l'? Y f I I t The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. THE BALLAD OF THE COLORS. A gentleman of courtly sir, Of old Virginia ha I A (Umsol from New Jersey State, Of mntchlcs beauty alio) They met an llcrco antagontitt Tho ronron why. they ny, Her eyes were of tho Federal bluo, And his, Confederate gray. They entered on a florco campaign, i And when tho fight began, It iiccmcd as though the strategy Had no determinate, plan. Each wutihed tho other's movemonts well Whllo standing thcro at bay Ono struggling tor tho Federal bluo, One for Confcdorato gray. "Vo all lookod on with anxious cyot To see their forces more, And nemo could tell which combatant At last would victor prove. They marched and countermarched with skill, Avoiding well tho fray! Here, lines wore socn of Federal blue, And thcro, Confederate gray. At last ho moved his force In into, And sent lior summons thcro That sho should straight capitulate Upon conditions fair. "As you march forth tho flags may fly, Tho drums and bu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

" , 4Jf7"-v ir M ? inlwiAa MWwxMwtfNww srfcf t HMtMjttiaffttyw? iiutwim'iijiMyjpw imi in miwmrr mrnxmu timmiinn iihiiiiih hi hi hhiiiIiiih imi iwifwww iinwiin n 'jtntajunjwciu n iivupji wichjhiufhm ii iuwh' rTWTfftrwwwwwr ''fwyiiWtfiNTawiOTwwfrOT For the Next Two Wggks 1 L "I J COLLINS MOORE .5", it (. -iti ij ' , ' Will offer great inducements to all purchasers of Dress Goods, Wraps, Domestics k, at their Store. ir "xntrsrEsarc sa-fc--.-- & THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W. BHEHM, . . Propileloi A. H; Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, NOV 20 - 1887 JCn tered at the Post-office at Logan en Second-class matter. Nina Van Zajtdt tln wife, by proxy, of the luinrdifnt August Spies, refuses nil food and i is thought she will die. In 188.", the Prohibition ciinrtl dnte for Governor of Ohio, reeciv 28,081 votes. This year their can didate received 29,700 votes. A net gain of 1,619. The November number of the Journal of Pcdapogy, has come to hand, and like its predecessors is filled with frutters of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

r l V7 xi f Xdt L. 'Wilson, City Editor Qunll $1.20 per dozen. Thanksgiving dny is over. Snow fell here on Saturday last. Muldoon's Picnic Tuesday evo Nov. 29 Chris Nlll was in Lancaster on Sunday. O. W.H. Wright wiisin Athens Monday. Leo Hohman was In Cincinnati this week. Miss Lucy Moore spent Sun day With her parents. Our Merchants are making preparations for holiday displays. Quite a numher of our people butchered their hogs during the cold snap. The rain on Thanksgiving pre vented tho hunters from disturb ing the game. Court adjourned from Wednes day to Friday morning on account of Thanksgiving. Sam Sulzbacher and wife, formerly of Logan spent Thanks giving in this lty. The ladles of the M. E. Church will give a fair at tho church on evening Dec. 13th. Many lives were lost In the severe storm which swept the lakes on Saturday last. Mrs. Ella Querln is on a short visit to her family in Logun this woek. Athena Journal. John C. Hiles, Haydenvillehas been -granted a pension of $12 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

r , y, 'r. t -f yj .jp ft&Gtrfirp ""SOT 'fV-r- Jtr ; tA AT t .,Jji5nwiMA z-Hx;enymiHH iWftKMitaerWWWUWiwy" f "SI TJB-VXA.X'SXV X.A.-PVB, Aerremn wkoHVw tn ttf rjllf from Ih MMUfcvhtihcrdirMtfflls lm nmcir whethet h ! tntumttwr or not. U rMpmnlbl rir Ihc pi'- TIM xiia kMD tXcl1 tbu trfiMlni to iiitr nw tup, u4 ttloHiul from lh ponorDrt, or imor rajtM lftflns lhm tineMltd for, l prl'iia faelat. fcM of IItTIOU. m, HOME CALLS. When tho Vorkuta; hours nro cloilnr; Anil tho evening twilight falls. How tho homos throughout the city Send forth tboir lining culls I Cnlls so low, you mur not henr thrni lint how mnny hear rind smile I And tlroil Imnil anil hcruls so wcitry Are forgotten for tho whilo. Tito ilenrhomo sounds rltij sweetly In tno can of tolling men, And, for lovo of wife nnd chlMron. They seelc tholr hornet ngnln. So I sit tn the brooding twilight, And wntch ns thoy homennnl go, With glad stops hurrying onward To tho hcurths that loo them so, And 1 long to cry out to them! "O...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

MAINE'S TRAPPERS. Daring Hunter Who Do Not Dta liquor t and Nerr Lie. "It trwy soom strango1 satit a tloalor In furs ami skins, "but tho inoekost ntul mttdcst men I over emtio In contact with arc tho hunters ami trappora of tho Malno woods. I moot BCorcs of thorn ovory soiiioti, anil havo for years, for I pay from $20,0(X to 825,000 for furs nnd skins in Malno unmtally, and two-thirds of thorn I obtain direct from tho hands of tho trappers. I can't un derstand how it is that thoy nro so meok and mild, for you would hardly expect to llnd such characteristics among men who spend tlueo-quartors of their lives in tho dcopost wilderness, living vir tually liko savages. Thoy live on fat pork, gamo and fish. Every thing they cook, from tho daintiest trout or bird to tho finest kind of wild meat, seems to bo usod simply as Bomothlng to glvo different flavor to tho .vqiork, 'or 'hat always goes into tho dish in much larger proportion than does the morsel which tho novlco would naturally thin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 November 1887

flfv if-r.-rf'i ''liimlipi ft4 si !T' ,i , t- t, SM -&&& - -Vfere-r r f rrpi rnT-MiwiTrHR.wiTr 11 rspwwjswti ffjiuiUAU-iltw.tiaiMiwiNJ.wiJVitJ-"'''Ma'grrwgyiMW ,U-H!HjKMWWHasr wwi jf jlhwb at " FomlOfll. "Ant T fntiil nf humli'V "SUi fond of music?" fynld old Farmer Clover rjeedj "Well, If there's any thing (jn.jthls created ttir.lh I do admire, ljt?H)imttIc good music, that Is, mister I Now, my old woman site's got.nnd iiccordeum to home, and ,of n '.winter evenln' sholl tako that ,old Instroomlnt and grind and twiUt out sleh harmony as'd tech ,uuy heart that wa'n't stone. Slie'll ,'sct ntid sing 'Nelly Gray,' and 'Gnthrlng.up tho Bhells from the Shore,' and 'Rally 'Round the Flag, Roys,' till I'm blamed if it ain't the HWeetest thing in the world to set and drink it all in. Fond of music? Well, if I ain't, I'd like to know ,vho is when it's good!" Puck. For a Leisure Hour. It was a Kansas City man whom the listener encountered recently who was delighted with the open ....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 December 1887

mmwim rsswr-tw&n ,ifyff'"tMariM -w - "- ffrsSIIftHp n.TIi:jwiqMingpf 5Sr,w "f ' '"w.wtoMiwsMasriM m huh "! "'! ;.yi. u j"l LHtfi&jaHMXJHanbi bMjsbbhiwmm na wmaMmfcm.ud j M'.mmiMuiB!refcfc SsiiWi., )r The Ohio vol. n. NO. 24. LOGAN, O., SATURDAT, DECEMBER 3. 1887. mm . ! 'M i ra J -J ra h Iftf J? t . r. . m& TEJtMS, 55.1 .50 PEH YEAH. Jj i ' i " ' ' man J J? V THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAK. Cash Cnpltnl, ,000.00. Dopoaita secured by Individual Llnblllty of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. DoosaEenornlhnnhlng business. Foreign Drafts find Steamship Tickets for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Room tfo. 5, Opera Honsc. IiAwr.sNcn A. Cui.vnn, PreRlilont. QEOUacjW. I'BHiW, View 1'rost. Hf.uiikn I). Cui.vkk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFZOGAX, OHIO. Rce Hours from 9 n. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, Jhn Walker, President. Chan. E. Jiowen, Cashier. Dos a ccnoral banking business, receives d.pnslts, discount paper, nud buys and sells Kxchnnge. nlT BANK In ccntrnl room I...

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

'i w - The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Dakota hns B53 nowspapors. Buffalo Bit!. Is worth SSOO.OOO. J'oiik la ono dollar a pound In Mexico. Tiikiib aroiatd to bo only four horses In Alaska. 1'ilF.nn lias boon a fall of red snow In Al legheny, Pa. WiaoiNf, tho weather prophet, Is living at Lynn, Mais. Tns prohibition canvass In JAtlantn Is waxing very warm. Letters of President Znchnry Taylor aro worth from $15 to ?2o. EtxaaEint Moonv has decided to start for India early In lbSS. A meteoii "iir big ns tho moon"skotovor Bt, Cloud, Minn., His snld "On, put a bomb In your mouth I" Is tho latest slang for "shut up." Next spring tho Shah of Persia will tnnko another tour of Europe. Mns. Oaiifiuld, In England, ranks social ly "with tho wives of knights." An norollto woigblng throo tons fell la tho street at Amsterdam, N. Y. The fisheries commission Is now In Washington about roady for work. Joseph Ciiamiichi.ain occuplos five rooms at tho Arlington Hotel, Washington. Mns. Yo...

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. — 3 December 1887

jBj&iKM'j-jliui.iiiUiJBflaBtg MkNiWlki ft The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. THE OLD WIFE. By the bed the old man, wsttlng, sat In vigil d nnd tender, Where ht nged wlfoloy dying t. nnd the twilight slmdows brown Slowly from tho wnll and window chdscd tho unsot'i golden splendor Going down. "Is It nlghtr Bho whispered, waking (for her spirit seemed to hover lost bolwctn the next world's sunrise nnd tho bedtime cares ot this), And the old man, wcnlt and tearful, trembling as ho bent abovo her, Answered: "Yes." 4,Aro tho children in!" she nsked him. Could ho tell her? All tho treasures Of their household lay In sllcnco many years beneath tho snow; But her heart was 1th them living, back among ' her tolls and pleasures v Long ago; And again she caltod at dew-fall, In tho swoot old summer weather. Whoro Is Ilttlo Charley, father? Frank nnd Itobcrt hnvo they come!" They are safe," tho old man faltered "all tho children nro togothor, Safe at home." Then he murmured gontle soothlngs, but ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 December 1887

-$.Jjy--. ty -Mi "" J t f - 'n " " "Pi U .. -Ws -ax--- -lkS,kflJ!L",tT .'V;J!!TfT,Tlf1T?"Ji' ' ' 1 . ' ' .ja j w -j' Vfi wmammmm si swswuess I'll I vmiwJU.&mi '' iwhimm "fl miMnwwijiiiiwinJBMiimM)ii nw ws.M iwupi II W I For the Next Two Weeks COLLINS I'iBiSewii ,'t j't, 1.11 MOORE 4 .' v Will offer great inducements to all puchase s of Dress Goods, Wraps, Domestics k., at their Store. yr V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.W.BKEHM. A. H. Wilson, Prepriotot Editor. SATURDAY, DEC 3 1887 IMcred at. the rout-office at Logan as Second-class matter. BmaMj1ox litis broken out in Brooklyn, N. Y. A Hum at, ground has not yot been selected for the hanged an archists. AjJAHCirr.ST Most hus been found guilty and will probably get n second town in the penitentiary. fjiounkE is being hud abount the railroad companies blockading the streots ,of Columbus with trains. Tin-: Prohibition National Con vention is to beheld at Indianapolis, the first "Wednesday in June, 1888. Piiohijhtion was defeated last Saturd...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 December 1887

I JjlJIIIMlWf i "M'1 Hnasiimpjiy urn wm y-mwyftiftflulefti0 ?in L ' XjOOJLL USTIErwS. Ed. L. Wilson, Olty Editor Snow. "This la tho winter." Ico houses aro empty. Tho Voice Is a thing of tho past. Throo weeks until Christmas. Coal Is 3.00 por ton In Colum bus. "May Blossom," Monday Dec. 6th. A nice lot of of apples at Sllsh er's. W. N. England was In town on Friday. Our Court adjourned on Wed jtcsday. A cold wave struck this section Sunday evening. Leo Cresap, of Nelsonvlllo was in tho city Sunday. There was good sleighing in Columbus this week. John Werner, of Columbus was 'in Logan Sunday evoning. Muldoon's Plc-nic had a poor .house on Tuesday evening. Judge S. H. Bright, opened court in Lancaster on Monday. Mr. Devoss, of Greenfield spent a portion of this week in Logan. A change has been made in -the C. H. V. fc T. By. time table. Our Fire Company are to re celve a supply of new hose, soon. Nels Featherolf and wife, of South Perry, were in Logan Satur day. D. H. Lappen, the inco...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 December 1887

li FAITHFUL NEW YORK. Btctuly aho st-inds, nnil utonOy ha rooj, 1'V.thhtlNowYorkl Blanillng up, upllo ot nil manner ol fooj, Well to hot work, t Domocrat. full ot tho old parly ftro, Ilcru nro.stllt tniot Traitor und ronofiuiliM nhty Irmplro Good men ntiow, 800 hovr ttapy rnlly, whon all clown tho lln Opens tho fight I Shoulder to shoulder they rresa, anil how lies Then Is tho night I rJow York nnd" tlrooklrn rep to tho front. Whore tlioy liolonR, llonrlns right Kindly tho Marco b ittlo'n brunt, Stonily and strotisr. Cllvo us n fight that t open and clout, Lines nlilnly dr.imit Then will our Mcmociiiii show, not or fonr Sinew and brawn.' . i Scclahearo'rerdyi lind imlltntly vult fc t'5 should thoy dit , It po for llin ittucgliiof eighty nml ohht, Confident, tod! -.V. Y.Sun. A SATISFIED PEOPLE. Tho Ifnnpy ttiMiiIti of Throo Venn or lnincrtl Knpnrlniirn. Three years nr;o tho electors of tho country placed the' Kxtcittlvebrjnch of tho Oovorn ment In tho hands ot the Democratic-1 p. irt...

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

tt"iB',,',,H- SSSs: mmm&9imfmNj0tovvmSt&!&t&'&ii r iBMJZUJI Valuable advice. A Kmlnent Ihjalclsn Tells flow Dlptf thtirlK Rtionld II Treated. Dr. Geonre M. Slcrnbcr?. In tlmT.nmli prize essay on tlio "Disinfection ami Iiitllviihiril Prophylaxis ngnlnst Infec tious Diseases," given by tho American Publlo lloalth Association, devotes n fago to tho methods of avoiding dlph therla. Ho says that insufficient nour ishment, tho malarial poison nnd un sanitary surroundings, aro predisposing causes to tho dlsoaso. Tho diphtheritic poison is capahlo of Inoroaso Indonon ilcntly of tho sick, in damp, foul places, such as old sowers, damp cellers, and especially under old houses in which tho floors coino under tho surface of tho ground, loaving a damp, unvuntllated space. At all events, Dr. Sternberg says diphtheria often clings to such houses in ipilo of tho application of tho usual means of disinfection. There is no doubt of tho influonco of bad hyglonio conditions In maint...

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

ijajn-a-'j' , '" w&pvfST, -- fr jww WWOWflflfTJ".. 9fmHHMtumii..mmM u-uil juimi.ui bmmw m .iuwji mmtmnnnmni jPliuiLing and Cure of an Orchard Until it Conies Into Hearing. .(."FID Prize litouy.) 1. The Situation, around cap able of bearing ft Rood crop of corn, mid sloping gently to Iho North Is best. 2. Preparation. It should produce a cultivated chip, froo from weeds, and bo deeply plowed In tho Full tho year before planting. Early In Spring burrow flue, then tako line Htalcos and plow In strips north and south, bringing dead furrows every !13 fcotj harrow again. Just boforo planting, back furrow Into the dead furrows and sot trees directly over tho furrow !J3 foot apart each way. 3. Trees. If you have n good homo nurseryman patronize him. Select thrifty, two year old trees, with one straight upright stem or trunk and light side branches; they start qulckor, grow fastor, and when ma tured will not split or rot at tho crotch. i. Varloty. Four kinds that have proved perfectly ha...

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