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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

mmM-wmmrtiAMwimiiiArwmr ''IWWffJMflPlBftW tXViiiijmitrtM',iJjmivr.-rnwiMrT'aWnrvtnimmmtMmumMmm'.9k imi n mn mm r fwiiimiw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCAL ISFETWa. Miss" Relier, of Lnneimlor, Its vIhIUiii,' hor brother, 11. C. lleber, tills week. Mill Thompson wiih quite 111 tho foio part of this week, nnd with dilllciilly restimed work Tueadny. INIr. Austin, of Springfield, O., was In town over Sunday, viewing his nclce, Miss Ella JCeefe. Hobt, Iltunbllii, Steward of the Athens Asylum, visited his mother at this place Saturday and Sunday last. Miss Vie Davis, of this office, was visiting friends in MeArthur, a few days tho foro part of this -4- week. Tim Morarity killed a copper head snake near tho Infirmary last week, which measured four feet eight inches. Mrs. Eddy, who has been visit ing her brother, Dr. llnncy for some days past left for her home in Mari etta, on Tuesday last. Frank Kcssler has put up the nicest and most tasteful veranda in town, at the resldonce of 13. K. Trltsch. on ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

OHIO DEMOCRACY. Tho Stato Oonvsntion Meets at Toledo and Nominates Candidates! .lolm niollrlilr, of Stnrk County, for Sec retary of Btnte, ItrnU tlm Ticket The rintform Domiciling ths Dentil of IlrniDorntt Statesmen. OHIO CONVHNTION. Tor.r.iio, O., Aug. lit 'L'lio Ohio Stato Democratic Convention was called to order yesterday nt eleven a. in., by Clinlnnati Cogan nf the StiUo Committee, General K. 1). FInlcy, of IJncytiis, was selected ns liormnnent chairman. Tlio attendance wns very large, anil tlio ventilation of tlio Imll perfect. General Flnloy thanked Toledo for tlm attention1) bestowed nnd then ro vlowcd rapidly tlio exploits of tlio Demo cratic administration In tlio reduction of tlio public debt, in the Increase of pensions, In ilia restoration of the navy and In tlio pub tic laud forfeitures. Ho Raid Cleveland was ns pood and pnro as Washington, as statcmnnllko as Jackson, ns courageous as Old Hickory. Ho continued, with a very warm eulogy of tlio President, His remain ing ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

"" v--" r- Y PAHNELL'S POLICY. tt I Puatnlneit ly tho Irish Convention nt Chicago Tlio Itosolutlons Adopted I ttnhn 1'ltrRcrnld, at Nolmuliii Ctmaon i for J'rcnlilont of tlio tongue -A. Vino Flnnnalitl flhmvlnB Ailjoiirnnumt. CltloAcio, Aug. SO. Tlio third 809slon of tlio Irish Nntloiml Lottftuo convention did not opon yostordny morning ot llio np poluloil hour. It wns ulavou o'clock bofnro Chnlitimn Fitrgornlit ioso fiom his Ponton tlio ttago oud rnppod tlio convention to or der. Knthor Dorndy, chnlrmnn of tho Com mittee on I'crmriiiont Organization, ro ported Hint It had boon dotormlnod to nml;o tbo temporary organization of tho convention pounnnont. Tbo roport was rocolvod with cheers and unanimously adopted. Tbo Coinmlttoo on Resolutions unnotmcod that tliov woro rondv to ronort. and Dr. Hotts, tbo clialrinan, road tho resolutions in a loud, cloar volco, as fol lows! "Wo, tlio tlotoirntcs of tbo Irish Nntloiml Lciwioor iMuuricn, In convention iisscmulcd, firmly bollovlnu; In tli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 August 1886

A TOUCHING FLEA. A Lawyer' KoinurUnhlo PefeitHo of 11 Thiol" JUBt Aft or tho "War. iiulivllju Times. A tovf yonrjt nftor tio war Ed. Collins, a, shiftluHS follow of Mercer (County, wits indicted for stealing cattle. Tho ouso came up boforo Judge J. C. Wlekllfle, now United States Attorney here, thou Circuit Judge. Tho trial was in tho Court House ut Ilurrodsburg, Phil Thompson Jun. was Prosecuting Attorney, nud Phil Thompson, sen,, niul Colonel Thomas C. Bell, mow Assistant United States Attorney here, appeared for tho defense. Ed. Butts was Circuit Clerk. Collins had been n soldier in tho Federal nrmy, while every man on the jury, tho Prosecuting Attorney, Circuit tClcrk and the Judge himself had fought for the Confederacy. Tho witnesses wore brought for ward, and a plain case of theft was made out against Collins. The only dependence of the defense was the testimony of Collins' daughter Rose, who was to prove an alibi, She was a beautiful wo hum, with well rounded figure, deep, bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

irWfrfTT'ritT'i nTWTTfTwrr ifi'"i'"W'ti Jmtrnyit't,,i ?: f-.-jwrrff - '.? wTmiiiiwiywwi. "f.1? .ry.";-i..?T "j-fATiAT.tpi ' "wHni. wil ilWlMlfcWfc,. r.f4. - --rtW"MJA- y Mf c The Ohio Democrat. vol. i. NO. 10. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER K 1886. nv TERMS, $1.50 Ymi YEAR. wSSfflPi5g!fflwyy& -.(. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH. Cash Capital, $ro,ooo.oo. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over , Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. I)oen ! ponornl banking hiiflncH. Forelitn Brnn mul Hteunwhlp Tickets for anlo nt low CHt rates. OFFICE, ltoom No. 5, Opera House. IjAWKksck A. Cui.vint, Prvildent, OcoitciEl'W. Pnr.i.KN, Vice Prwt. ltr.iuiKN I). Culvkii, Ciulitcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OniO. Offlco Hours from 9 n. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker) President. Chan. E. Ho wen, Cashier. Dochr. gtmcrnl banking buxtnctiK, receives loixwltK, dlKcounlH pnpor, und buyH und fcells Exchange. BANK In central room In tho Jnmos SIbck. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attoraey-at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

FOREIGN GOSSIP. Olio, tho crazy King of Bavaria, thinks ho is nu eagle. Tlioro nro twenty thousand hoimcs in Berlin, In oach of wlilolf from twenty to thirty fnmllcs reside. Tho Husslnn authorities ntlmlt thnt tlioro nro 88 1 penitentiaries In tho coun try, with !M,'Jir occupants. Southern countries Italy, Spain, Greeea havo tho largest nitnibor of revolutions; northern countries Run ela, Sweden, Norway havo tho loast "LaVltosio" is thonamo of apapor cutler recently invented in Franco, wlileh will cut Hat papers on four sides at onoo, blank books on threo sides, and two bundles at a tltuo. Tho snail harvest has begun In Franco. The "poor man's oystor" Is (o appreciated that Paris alono con numes some forty-nino tons dally, tho best kind coming from Grenoble or Burgundy. A Hebrew in Pcrcslnvl died lately nt tho given ago of ono hundred and soventeon years. Tho Krcvlancn re ports that ho had boon arranging to marry for tho ninth time shortly boforo his death. In tho Argentine Republic...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

HI llH IMBPIIII I r X OHIO REPUBLICANS Aesoinblo at Columbus and Nomi nate a Stato Tlckot. General Itnlilniioii Itennmtnntril Tor Hccrc Inry u f Htiito by Acclimmtlim JitilRii Wlltlmtifl Noniltmtod lor Judge of Supremo Court. CoMiMnud, 0., Aug. 2.1. TIio itolojrntcs to tlio Btoto Convention worn cnlleil to onlor nt 11 o'clock, by Chairman I)vry. Ho then In troduced Chaplain Moore, who Invoked Dlvlno old In tho deliberations of tlio Convention. Uenornl Noyoj, tlio temporary Chairman, thou tnado the following speech: "If thirty years sorvlco In tlio ranks of tho Itopubllcnn party, uommonclnu; with tho Fre mont cainpalrn In 1H8, my irlvo mo any rlRlit to mlvso with you, my follow-cltlzens, 1 should miy do nothing, and sayltiK notlilni; hero to-day wnlcli can kIvo comfort, encour ngument or liopo to tho onemy, Annnnnco your principles cnuraiiuoiiBly and with em phasls, but without provoking dlssonsioiis or excltlni; peiBonul liltlcrncfls. Two years nifo by porno liiportitublo dispensati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

Y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, JJBPHH & WHITE, Proprietors, Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, SKPT. r l 1880. Democratic Statu Ticket Secretary of Stnto - JOHN Mcliliri)13.' Btnrk Co. f Supremo Judge. M.D.FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk .of Supremo Court ' ' 'J. W. ORUIKSII ANK, Miami Co. Com. of Common Schools L. 1). BROWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIG. Cuyahoga Co. Member of Congress, JOSEPH H. OUTHWAITE, Of Franklin County. J)emocatic County Tickot. Auditor. WM. M. BOWEN. . Treasurer. JOHN NOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID O'HARE, Commissioner. HENRY TRIMMER. Jnfirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. i Tiik conchivo of the Grand Army pt the Republic at San t Francisco, promptly voted down a. resolution jn-favorof p'ehsionlng all soldiers of the late war irrespective of phys ical disabilities caused by service. The Democracy of Vinton county placed In nomination th,e following ticket on Monday last: For Auditor, John McNamara; for Treasuror, Eli Reynolds; For Sheriff Charles F....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

-k.J..Tre,.. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Mr. W. P. MnthJiiH, attended the Stnto fair. Our bund Ih learning Home new pieces of music. Col. Constable of Athena, wiih on our streets on Wednesday. Hamey Balrd, of Balrd's Fur nace, was In tbo city Saturday. F.S. Pursell, editor of tbo Ga zette was In the city this week. Harry Todd, of Kansas City, Is visiting his parents in this city. Morris Breslln of Furnace town is quite sick with pneumonia. Jr5-AlBothoI and- Will Bort, of j Nelsonville, spent. Sunday ,ln the city. Mr. Jo. JnmoH, of Springfield, is here visiting his relatives this week. Mr. Frank Wright .of the Co lumbus Dispatch, was in the city on Friday. Mr. Bert Sheffield of Athens county was in4own on Wednesday on business. ' - A."V. Crawford has been en gaged as principal of the schools at Monday Creek. Collins & Moore 'advertises this week their new stock of fall goods. Call and examine Mrs. Later, an old lady in Furnacetown is suffering with a serious caso dropsy. Harmison & Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

Y- The Ohio Democrat. IlUr.ilM k WHITE, Publishers, LOGAN. t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. The Northwestern corn crop Is in a poor tray. A naval exposition will bo hold at Havro In issr. A Nnw Yonis prorosnor annually tattoos 8,000 persons, Muskuats damngo tho Erlo Canal JSO.OOO 'vorth ovory year. The Prlni:os of Wales spends $5,000 a year for bouquets. Tun Cutting edgo of this Mexican busi ness Is about woro ott. The grnpo-rot Is playing havoo with somo Vlnland vineyards. A Toiionto woman proposes a socloty for tho proTontlon of kissing. The Massachusetts convicts aro to havo' their tobacco supply cut olt. Washington Is one of tho best, It not tho liest, paved city In tho world. Tiicun nro three prlvato mall-dellvory companies operating in Berlin. I A two-yeau-old boy in Vermont was (drowned in a vessel of tour milk some days The story of tho discovery of mcor echaum in Oregon turns out to bo a inero sham. J Advices from Corca show that cholera Bwept off twenty thousand persons in ouo prov...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

ftfc" .L i ", The Ohio Democrat JIItRUM & WHITE, Publishers, LOGAN, i i I j OHIO i A MOTHER'S SONG, ovm thr ciuih.k of maimoiiib. O, Rwcct-llirnnted lioct! blni low, slug tow of your liulj lovo ntutoly nnd urixnU; for I Imvo n dnrllnir lovelier fur Tlmti tha fnlrcut fu nit tills broad land. Horohoclt I sn dhnptod, Hit tnmitli In mi mil, So white Is lint- forohond. Bo vurl-crownod liur lionet t So cnrcmlim lior lovn, so wlnauno hor plnv, juyuonrt is iou cauuvo inruun nni'i io"n day. Slia charm mo with smile Stic grieves mo with tours, SliothrllU me with hop", And chills mo.witli fears: Then, with nrtlonc8 swoot, nit sorrow bo- gnllcn, And innkeii my Ufa rich with lior tnnncont wllos. Illfthor and fold her My fond nrms botwoon; Sho Moh in my bosoin, Throned thorn an ltn rpioon. A weo, holpless Insalu, but quoou by love's iIrIH: To render nor homagers doar lovo's dollght. I wntcli o'or her ulumbors So soft nnd sorono; My unconscious darling! Tho unucls, I wopn, lllght leave tlioir ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 September 1886

. wrW?vGWWfi WWMM9TJIM fA'tVMW inmniifiwiwii Two Georgia Women. AVltliitt fifteen milcH of Atlanta, In n iileiiHunt littlu vllhigo, la per haps the only huly depot agent In Georgia. It is possible thut she Ih tho only one in this country. She was loft dependent on her ovn ex ertions several inonlliH ugo by tho l death of her husband, who was tlio village depot ttunt nt the tlnio of Ills demise. Although tlio railroad was in no way responsible for tho agent's stiddon death, tho vacancy ut the depot was promptly tendered tlio widow. Tlio pay was $1 a day, which in tho country in a good Hil ary for a woman. Tlio position was accepted, and tho lady dopot agent was duly installed. She receives and forwards freight, sells tickets and attends to whatever business fulls to her lot, and is giving entire satisfaction to the road and to tho public. The idea of u lady depot ngent swinging a lantern around the platform of the dopot, meeting trains and answering tiresome questions for a dull publ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

m'M, :&4&P'faA m Htffim& nnmmzmL n.jf m The Ohio Democrat. Ki VOL.1. NO. 11. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1886. TERMS, $1.50 PEH YEAR. MtMmmmmMjiKmmmim i M . i i .y THE .PEOl'LES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cah Capital, - - $40,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundttd Thousand Dollars. I)om n cenorel Imnlilnp huMnv. Forelmi Draft, n ml Klmtnlilv Ticket foril lit low tM rate. OFFICE, Room 5o. 6, Opera Hon.se. r.Awr.FNrn A. rwi.vnit, President. UKOIHIK'W. PUI.I.KN, Vice Prext. URiinr.K 1). um.VKie, L'ohlrr. THE FIRST BANK or logaX. oro.f l r Office Hours from !. m to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000, Tohn Witlkrr, 1'mldtnt. Vhas. E. linwen, Vanhler. ltnn gcnsral liantltiR ttuidnnot, receives tpoiUtH, ulSHiuiilN pnicr, ujirt buyH mid fvIIk Exchnirga. "" nA.NK Inoffiitrnl mom In Uiclnmos ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Momy-at-Lai and Mary Public, tfty Biildiajr Losan, O. CnlliielloHn of Claim, Noi and Accounts, MortgaaPt, I. cm.se, Contracts, Purdt, Wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

KflBLlJlILfl&Ulj j ,-fnys-i3ttoH ii M The Ohio Democrat, imr.UM & WIIITK, Publishers, LOOAN. '. : : OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. CrrrrNo offers to sottlo with Mexico for ft trifling (.VX),000. A Nr.w YoitKEit offers flvo cents a pound for old magazines. A IiVTOeiiax prosolytlzor lias boon ox polled from Itussin. AcooDMUcn four fcot long Is on oxhlbl Hon at Wartorloo, Iowa. The latest Chautauqua discovery Is fresh water sponges in tho lnkes. Iotva Is larger than Iroland by about lgbt hundred squuro miles. Enoland, accordlngto latest reports, has 560,000 moro women than moit. AsTitot.oonus nro about to pick out a vlfo for tho Ktnpcrorof China. A Philadelphia beauty lately dazzled Saratoga with 1200,000 in genu. Aiiout 100 poreons climb to tho top of "Washington Monument every day. A suKFLownn forty-flvo Inches In clrcum forenco Is blooming near Trover, Cal. Tncne aro just SO.", colleges In tho United States, ono for every day in the year. IViibh tho period of deep mourning Is ovor En...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

rt,-.i I, V Li ii h h . v y The Ohio Democrat MlMIM & WlUTi:, 1'ubllshcrs, T.OUAN. OHIO DOWN THE STREAM. A mnldon stood upon n shore, And Iicnrd n Hithtfy-dlppliiK oar. Tho mornltiR light wns flunlitng clear; A thrush was loudly warbling near. A bont enmo Rlldtntr down tlio stream, i 'With rlpplo soft, nnd plash nnd glonm. She no'or Imd snon tlio yotilli boforo, Ho no'or lind touchod upon Mint slioro; But wIiob slio saw him up tlio stroatn, 1'ronli irom tlio mountain's onrly gloam, Tlio old, old, wondor-worklntt spoil Around them both lltto iniiglc rail. And cro his boat lind drlttod by 1 A cIiiwko onmo ovor wood nnd sky; Tho old, familiar stream nnd nlioro i Took on a liuo unknown lioCoro. iro Itahtly draw his boat to land, lto lightly rouchod to lior his linnd, And, leaving alt that tlioy lind known, Tlio two went down tlio stream alone. Tlio boatman's nrm was Rood nnd strong, Tho boatman's our was tough and long. The maiden's fnco was swcot nnd fair; fiho felt no faintest fou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

VMBUM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, ilRKHM A WHITE, PiopfUtori. Editor. A. H. "Wilson, BATUllDAY, SEPT. - 11 188(1, Democratic Slato Ticket, Pecretnry of Hluto JOJLN MeliRIDE, Bturje Cp. 3upronie Judge, M. D. FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clerk of Supremo Court J. W.CRUIKSIIANK, Miami Co. Com. of Common Schools L. D. BROWN, Butlor Co. Member of Board of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIQ. Cuyahoga Co. Member of Congress, JOSEPH II. OUTHWAITE, Of Franklin County. For Circuit Court Judge. W. H. SAFFORD. Of Ross Co. For Common Please Judge. SILAS H. WRIGHT. Dcmocatic County Ticket. Auditor. WM. M. BO WEN. Treasurer. JOHN NOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID O'HARE, Commissioner. HENRY TRIMMER. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. "Bob and Boodle aro opponents of the Democracy in the Eight Con gressional District. What has the Commercial Ga zette against the Hamilton Co. del egation to the Republican State Convention. Truth Crushed ty Earth. Hero in Ohio wo have seen polit ical crimes committed, so bold, bra zen and infamou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

mim tiwmmmx ? Kx THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, local :n:etw"s. Mr. Will Elslo spout Sunday in "Weilston. Mrs. Dr. Hlbbnrd Is visiting friends in the cunt. R. W. Chnmborluin, was in Coonvlllo, Wednesday. Miss Mnry Drollingorlfl suffer ing with malarial fovor. Dr. Hanson of this city has moved to Uppor Sandusky. A number of our citizens nt iended the Laurelvllle fair this week. V. C. Lowry goes to Athens county to-iluy on a visit to his father. Thos. Wotzler, of the Lancaster JSaglc, paid us a friendly visit last fTuesday. Hon. B. W. Carlisle, of Fairfield county, made a pleasant call at our office on Tuesday. Misses Klttio and Ida Rippcy are visiting in the city, the guests of Mrs. Ghns. Gould. John Lutz goes to Warren, O., to-day as a witness in the celebra ted Webster murder case. Miss, Hose Heft starts next Monday on a visit to relatives at Pleasant Hill, Miami county. 'r Albert "Vanatta returned last Monday from a two months stay Avith friends in Lucas county. Miss Gertie Grear, of Lancas t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

FOREIGN GOSSIP. Tho coat of croinatlng a corpso In Taris has boon reduced to tlirco dollars. l-'ngllsh lmlloa who sympathize with Mr. Gladstone) .wear badges of silver tnado In tlio shape of a thistle.. The monksof Allotting, In Bavaria, liavo In tltolr kcoiilng the hearts of a long lino of King The hearts aro in silver urns. Tho Jewish population of Jorusalom is constantly increasing, and now num bers 18,000. Th's is tho largest-number that has lived in the sacred olty at ono time sinco tho destruction by I'itus In 70 A. 1). Tho deaths resulting from colliery explosions In Kngland for tho year 1885 were much tnoro numerous than for several years previous, bolug iliM, ngaiiist Go in 1881 and KM in 188:1. Tho rnt'o of crime among oflbudors under ago has considerably more than doubled during tho past livo years in Franco, and tho .statistics register for tho first tinio numerous cases of suicide committed by children. Tho Loudon Caterer says, tippropos of beans, that tho priest of Kgy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

1 H b 7 1 vs HOME AND FARM. Tho namo "rust proof," as np)ltad o i vnrlcty tof oftts, has no slgnl Menace. It Is hs subject to rust as nny otlior. Troy Times. IMoiity of llmo, bono meal and Rravoly sand kdpt whoro fowls may Imvo froo and casyncctKs, supply nialorml for egg pliolls. Tho stains of oil may bo removed from paper by applying plpo-oluy pow dered and mixed with wator to Uio con sistency of croam. Leave tho mixture on four hours. Albany Journal. Hens llko to feel thcmsclveo In se clusion whllo ocuupylntr tho nest. i such place bo provltlcdr It will .oscn tlio danger of stealing away and laying In dark corners. Western Jlural. To soften wrought Iron, first boat It until It becomes iv low rod color, and cool it In soft soap. Hcho.it It to a low roil, a boioro. antt lot it cool in lime. It is said that this truatmont makes tho iron very soft. Plain Doughnuts: Ono pint of sour milk, ono teacup of sour cream, ono tcaspoonful of soda dissolved In the milk, and ilowcr onough to kne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 September 1886

fcWWajrWIIi mmmmmmmmmmmmmmsm. .vjjstfj.,ftti a 3! mi immrmtmmmmmmMwtmfrmmmmmmmtHmmmmmtm imiMffli i The Only Snro Itccclpi. for ii P.erfeut Urn;w liiuul A1J th,o luiniuico hits gout' out of ' ,liu ,c.oy-lyy's lfi'. The niiignllU i .ccnl liberty he was wojit to enjoy, i the reeklcsHiies.'i or tlit) round up, I tliu Imlr-bretulth escapes from In- ,dlniis, tlu thousands of buffaloes In; .saw, hid camp-fire, IiIh t'nir Indian princess and Ids cuttle roaming it thousand hills, nil tiro huronftur the merest mytliH to the innocent reporter who wandered Into the gallery of the exposition hull yes terday, and saw a dozen or more savage looking eciw-boys blowing jiwiiel music out of the Intrleate folds of u lot of brass Instruments. The sight shattered tliu Globe-Democrat young man's dreams of the wild West forever. Tliero before him was the cowboy bawl execu ting fi Jieuthoyoit Miiiutn, a (Jhopln nocturne, or something of the kind, while the loader waved a sixtcon iucli silvorpluted, forty-fo...

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