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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

Fr-" -If v. r .. IV,4, ,. . - t L-r V. :ir- -va, a ,ir ; .- 4p; (s ,Jtjyw. tM i-yivi,'W'n, w 1'iv -"-w' n ' .03 . wm i ,, J ,ir "-K jrxti; . 1 VQIi.II. NO. 30. LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 14. 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. . ky-ic? '' H' "-"si. -m ' rmi wv , A,nr UH1U IiiMUUKA i: l & r i y 's I 1 lih, THE PEOPLES' BANK h MQA. Cih Capital, . ! .. ;M,d0.09. f (" Deposit sectared by Individual Liability of over Fov HnidMd Tbonsand Dollars. DMnn rnerJ bnnklnc bnatneim. Foreign PrafU and Bte.nuhlp Tickets for sale at low ttntte. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. ZjAwkknoc A. Cut.ver, Prcldcnt. Qkoroh W. Pni-LKK, Vice Prert. IIroden I). Cudveii, Cashl.r. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. i ffiee Houfs from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Piid in Mf Capital, $50,000. xJhn Walker, President. Chas. E, Bowen, Cashier. TV., a Kfnorol bunking biulne.., rfc.lvc. depotiM, nlaeonnU paper, and buy. and .ells JExebangg. jfflu DANK In central room In the Jnmos ATTORNEYS. g. w;brehm. lltorwy-it-Law and Rotary Publi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

9p fh-r ', Tl 't'A mHJ :sfcrj'' 0Ti)(. ' ..T'f in.' t ' The Ohio Democrat. LOQAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Liwr begins February 15. Tnn latest dude cano Is also a cigarotto holder. John Siibiimax is said to bo worth $1, 100,000. The Popo Is In receipt of 12,000 pairs of Uppers. WiiiTnr.n can not nbldo tbo aroma of rabbigo. A single Pnrltnn roco cost3 a dollar in "Row York, TnK retail prico of coal at Pasadona, Cal., Is 2G a ton. Tun Chinese nlono hold tho secret of making India ink. The Bovcntoon-months-old King of Spain .gets (1,000,000 a year. Klohiiia markots aro supplied with now tomutocs of natlvo growth. NoiiTiicns Now York farmers proposo to organlzo an Albany lobby. A Nnw Yokic lifo lnsurauco agent has cponod nn ofllco In Jorusalcm. A laud trust Is tbo la tost. It ought to be i fat thing for those who aro in it. The fund for tho Now York Grunt Mon ument amounts now in all to $120,000. Fon tho ontlro calendar year of 18S7, tho Government dobt was reduced $117,010,000. As a popul...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

, " l' 11 I. . M :"- s V' ,, . ItM ran The Ohio Democrat. LOOAM. OHIO. IN HER OWN COIN. "Married a milliner I what a shame I Ah, well I thorc's none but hlmtolf to blame I Thore's many an holross In his own set Ho might hnvd drawn In hit frllded not, What a pity Ills proud old narao should bo Bestowed on nobody, such untie. "If he wero the only ono concerned i should consider his fnto well oarnod: But to think, Mrs. S , that you and I May Hover pass that creature by! But must court, and visit, and chat with hor, Who has formerly boon our milllncrl "For ono of hor Wnrf, sho appoars qulto well But then, Mrs. S , you Itnow blood will tollj I novor was qulto so shocked nntl what? An Introduction to Lady Motif O, yosj with pleasure most Rind to meot , . Tho ono who has madeourball comploto. '"'Vhat's that, my ladyf My volco you say, Caused you to pause as you passod this wayf Both faco and volco seotn familiar to you J Tls ilrange, but I seem to have met tou too, That mat my maiden numo ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

1 J ? " v WJ" ?t.l'r.fl- ,. Ji HiWSJN., a, T. . .tjBi . - M J8S s: -. I7 l THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, .0'. W. BRGBK. A. H. Wilson, Propria tot Editor. SATURDAY, J)KC 1887 Enteral at the PosLoJlcc atLogan .as Second-class matter. John 8hkumaj?, ,booin is waning. prcrfltlciitltvl A postal telegraph is contmry '.to the genlug of out government. Look out for iv raise In coffee since the brench of promise suit of one of tho Arbucklo Hro's. ItKrunMUAN nowspnpers nntl Orators are now agonizing over the appointment of Lamar to tho U.S. Judgeship. Ho will bo con firmed, however. "Baby Buxtinu" may not re ceive much sympathy, but ho lias undoubted courage' How many men could ritand tho publicity of their lovo lotters? Be sure and subscribe for tho Bpringflcld, Mass, fortnightly ma gazine, Good Housekeeping, for 1888. Any newsdealer or booksell er will tako your subscription. NoTiorxUjtho comments of our tCsoublUinu .exchanges on the Tally shet forgery cases now pending, wo discover that they have un ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

rjwrrxp" -9?- ,V l!(lWiwj'P"(v''Jf J f . a t. i i . if. riOO-A-Ij USTErWS. Id. L. Wilson) City Editor Gorman Dctectlvoto-nlght. Ed Don I van wan tn Lancaster Sunday. ' Snow, Blcct and rain on Thurs day night ' MIbs Jessie White returned to Spencer on Monday. J. N. Kosslor and wifo wore In Columbus Monday. Miss Cad Murphy, of Columbus .is In Logan this wcok. Tho German Dotcctlve at the Opera Houso, to-night Hon. C. H. Buerhaus was in Logan the last of this week. Tho porter won't attend on tho pull of an electric light wire. ' Mrs. P. C. Rochester and are in Cincinnati this week. con -Miss Lucy Mooro is Buffering with an attack of the measles. Will Keynes aired his plug hat in the Capitol City on Monday. Quito a crowd went from this place to Columbus on Monday. A person can naturally look for the price of coffee to go up. A blizzard struck this section of the country on Sunday night. The Bempel Houso has got a new supply of cane seated chairs. Mason Bumgarder, of Lancas ter, was here ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

- -T If- Wb i ,H.'' ' ffiT rinf" N? iw' NWjf- I P,- v' MISCELLANEOUS. Frozen orangos are light In weight, iv fact which, If you will remember, will keep you from being swindled by fruit venders. An English onglnoor proposes by moans of electricity to condonso the eollil part of amoko, and sond the solid ified portion back to the furnace. Mrs. Mary Coy, of Corode, Pa.,, during the twolvo months last past wove 1,769 yards of carpeting nud 340 yauls of cloth with au ordinary hand loom. , A bit of soft paper Is recommended bj an English doctor for dropping moilluiuo into tlio eye as being equally ofToetlvo as brushes, glnss droppers, etc., and far leu likely to inlroduoo foreign substances. You may bo ono of the heirs to a vast estato in Europe, but If you havo reason to suspect that such is the case koop still about it. If you admit it you'll be takt'ii for cither a crank or a swindler. Detroit Free Press. A treo that was cut down In tho Llttlo Shookum Valley, near Whatcom, W. T., yiel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

w I " , - l-t X n- tt la ' j. i ;W 0 lv. It V t 1 i) v. i ? It 4 I ,v. ir i R :r , $ LVj. -. -' SAM HANDWlOH'ft PUN. A LHsrary Man PravM THM It H ChMpcr ' to Mot Than to Pay Rant. Bam Handwlch Is a would-be author who lives in Gatycuton, Toxftg, and writes sensational stories for tho news papers and magazines. Like most men of lotters, Sam Handwlch is poor, but he nuvor allows that otroumstanco to disturb him In tho least. Ho gener ally mnnuos to got enough to ea such as it is, and his timo is so absorbed by his literary labors that ho has no opportunity to complain evon If ho were disposed to do so, which ho is not, for ho Is an optimist and philosopher. A fow mornings ago, whllo engaged on a novel for a Now York literary papor, thore came a violent knock at tho door. "Como in," Baid Sam, placidly. Mr. Walkover, Snm'a landlord, entered. He hold n folded paper in his hand. "Hero is tho bill for your rent. I would like to hare it puid immediately, Mr. Handwlch; I've, boon waiting for...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 January 1888

. , ..&, ir Wfi & ne FULt OF "FUN. ' Tn making lovo to a feoston girl fretvnro of tlto shoulder bliulo. Drake's Magazine. Tho Journal nakst "What will bo the fuel of the futuroP" Such of us m nvo llrlug -Christian lives liavo boon ttnught to boltova It will bo brimstone. Life. "Tommy," said h!i aunt. 'I hoar, rour grandmothor pavo yon a watah on your blnhdny. Was It a hunting ,cano watch,P" "No," roptlotl Tommy, tvho 1? seven yearn old, "It was abaro ,fai;od walc."Pittiburgh Chronicle. On an Oeoan .Steamoi. Affected lady tourist "Ountaln. I fool so sorry." (Captain ''What about, madamP" "On account of tho poor tlsh." "What's tho matter with thomP" ."Thoy must got so seasick wholi tho watords rough." Texas Sifting. Going at Forty Miles an Hour. , Tho car store, people mid, must go. Ho alto said Inventors olever; It docs, (or by Its hont wo know Tho ear storo goes as well as cvor. Boston Courier. "Whlto wings, thoy novor grow ,weary," sang. tho sallow, plmplo.faccd young man I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

. .S y If- De muck at .i w .v-rittll c5dC oiIT i VOL. II. JSfO. 31. LOGkAK, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 21.1888. TERMS, Jfl .50 PER YEAB. 1 HE 'm "k T " "W''"W sk UH1U i li& A I?I f & A- i- k i I 1 u h"..-i ti'l THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOANi CmrIi Capital, . 050,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general bunking bunlncsH. Foreign Draft and Steamship Tlckoto for wilo at low cit ratci. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Liawrknck A. Cui.VKit, PreMdont. GEOltaE W. Pui.len, Vlco Prost. Keuiien D. Culvku, Cannier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGA2T, OHIO. flee Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. ni. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. JBowen, Cashier. . Doon a ccncrnl banking business, receives deposits, cilscour.'.s paper, and buys und soils Exchange. . -BANK-nloek. In central loom In the James ATTORNEYS. d .W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dnllixou Unihliug Logan, O. Collections of Olnliuo, Notes nntl Accoun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

Jtf- It 1M', l' II The Ohio Democrat. tOGAM. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. New You&amokors aro returning tobrtor pIpcB. As ox raco wns run at Port Royal, S. C, rocontly. Ono. Gould, with all his moans, is "very economical. Bcrnin's offlcors In Nov? York wear a regular police unifcrm. Tnc mills of Lovroll uso nenrlr 390,000, 000 worth of cotton-annually. Matches loft lylnc around ioeso caused J3(5 lliou In Now Xork Inst year. Wx. 'Good, of JMount Joy, P., broko his teg while trying to pull off hit boot. France is about to Issue nloltol silver coinage to tlio r.inountot $14(000,000. The Australian market gardonors nra toeing rulned'hy Chlnoso cfcoup labor. Cxtiiuau 'brought from Gormany now competes with tho Amorloan product. I'is tald Miss Rose Ellxriboth Cleveland Jsnbout to marry a youug'clorgyman.a J.T Is estimated that for h3 past, six years -strikes have cost tho country 510,000,000 a joar. Tub natural gas fovor Is prevailing at Memphis, Tcnn., and uuvoll will bo sunk at once. 11ns....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

X IT I 1 i '? I"J l HISTORICAL FACTS. Ifc DIITirenco mtween iha Republican nnd Domoaratto Partita. Tho Now York Tribtlne has a corre ftpondont who asks for information nonccrnlng tho "difference botwoon a Hoptibllcau anil a Democrat" Tho Tribune proceeds to tell tho dlfforonco by saying "it is tho samo dlfl'oronco essentially which has existed In tho past botwoon aDomocrnt and a Feder alist j" that is to .say, tho Republican party of to-day Is tho Federalist party of tho n.ist, and tho Democratic warty of to-day Is tho Democratic party of tho past To put it torsoly, for tho purpose of illustration, Aaron Burr was a Federalist, and subsequently a traitor. Thomns JolTarson was a Democrat. The Federalists wanted Burr fork President, but ho was dofoatod by Jbfforioh, an important fact In his tory which the Tribune overlooks, but a. j to mako a point against tho Domo V cratlc party tho Tribune says: "Tho Federalists desirodto arm the National Government with roqulslto authority over tho ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

V t , i' tV- ijr: m v,. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0, Wi BBSHM. A. H. Wilson, - Propria to 1 - Editor. SATURDAY, JAN 21 - 1888 Entered at the I'osUoffiee at Logan as Secoml-ntami matter. Hon. V. IJ. IIoiiton, ex-Contfrcs.s-Trmn tiled nt his homo In Pomcroy, Ohio, on Friday Inst. Mont: "protection I" On tho 1st proximo tho Cumbria Iron Com jmny is to make a 10 per cont, cut in the wnces of its 11,000 employes. Thk Sonato of tho U. S. on tho 10 confirmed tho appointment of .Mr Vilas as Sec. of tho Interior and Mr. Dickinson, of Mich., Post Jtfaster General. Titn advocates of a repeal of tho Internal rovonuo laws demurely protest that they do not mean "free whisky." It doesn't matter what they may moan; froo whisky would bethe inevitable result of such leg islation. Gnx. En. S. BitAGQ.of Wisconsin has been nominated by tho Presi dent for Minister to Mexico. He commanded tho Iron Brigade dur tho civil war, His appointment was confirmed on Tuesday. "Me Too" Pl-att, who for six or seven years has...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

t at, I M . ' ! ,r ; ,., I' r th4.i I lA IjDOA.rj NEWS. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor Good skating. -LeeCresop waa in Logan Tues day. Six-inch ice Is being cat offtho oatml. Dr.iDyo is improving in health fllowly. Tho Delinquent Tax Bale on Tuesday last, was thinly attended. Dr. Campbell has moved into his new office. A pension, has been granted Gco.Nlhlzor. Judge Frlesner, was-in Lan caster Sunday. The railroad boys woro made .happy yesterday. J JoKesslor was in Columbus, Monday on business. Will Kessler was in Nelson--vllle Wednesday. Miss Effle Moore is visiting in Nelsonvlllo this week. Lewis Wagner, of South Perry was in Logan Tuesday. 0. w. H. Wright was in Lan caster Friday on business. The Motherwell Iron A Steel Co. are working night work. A notice of Dorcas Monthly Ma gazine appears in this issue. , Mrs. Rev. B. H. Coulter, died at Gallipolis Tuesday morning 17. John Murphy was at home this week attending his Bister's- wed ding. A Mr. Helm, of Deleware has secured the positio...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

XI w' t The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. UNCERTAINTIES. Pink linen bonnet, I'lnU cotton gown, ltbalk prlntoil fin It, Ilnnds burnt brown. Oh I blttlic wrro nit the piping bird, nnu ho Bi don belted bocs; And blltho Ming sho on tho ilooretcp, with her apron full or peas. Sound of ncylho nnd mowlnc, Wheru buttercups crew toll; Bound of red Idno Inn InR, And ctirlv tnlllttmild'ii cull. Street sho unngon the doorstep, with thn young pets In her hip, And ho come whistling up thu lane, with the ribbon 1 1n his enp, "You called mo a bad penny Thnt wouldn't bo nont nwny But hero's good-byo to jou, Jenny, Tor many nnil mnny a day, There's talk of cannon and killing Nny, novor turn do white I Ami I've tukon tho King's shilling I took It lait night." Oh I merry, morry piped. tho thrushes up In tho cherry trco. Hut dumb sho sat on tho doorstep, nnd out through tho gato went ho. Scent of hiy nnd summer; lied opening sky; Noise of life nnd drummor; Men m.irchldrf by, Tho hay will bo carried proson...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

X S5 , IS Iip IV u: ft I' i. v i J L J lit awi 'I vii II iv P ; ; u i COULDN'T EXPLAIN. A Bentlmcntat Whtts'Man Tries in Vie Qnnrrel with an Old Negro, A travolor wlio hnd rond much of tho ORro, and who had, whllo listening to negro melodies sung by whlto men, been Improssod with tho ''dnrkoy's" fullness of gonttment, stood watching an old negro wlio worked at a country hotol. "How do you do?" said tho whllo man, bowing with a sort of tonilttr and sympathetic polltoness. "How does I doP" ronllod tho old follow. "Yos." "Wall, I docs 'bout de bos' I ken, oah." "I mean how Is your health?" "Sortor' slow at do presont. Ain't been all right In mor hoalth fur scb oral days. Wont do udor day whar or frien' o' mlno killed haugs an' I stod roun' do flro, ronstin' haug melts on do hot rocks an' eatin' om, I did, till da made mo sick. It ain't gwlne do fur or olo man tor ack liko or boy, sahj ain't gwine tor do or tall. W'y, w'en I wuz or boy I ustor go tor or haug killln' an' cat all day laun...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 January 1888

-? -x .tr3s " m- BCMf KIW J' GOTHAM'S NEW RACE, Jfow Yortt Unities with Mongolian Fathers anil Caucasian Mother. Tlio -other tiny I hml iusl. tnriioil Into the sniiaro mid hmt imascd Mottstroot, wlion n commotion a short itlstnnco in J Advance Rttrnotoil my attention. Tlio hotoroirotlcous ruob of portestrlfius woro colloctoil about sonio moving ob- oot. "Hurry up, S.tlly, lot's seo It's fnco," shouted a vuvy dirty girl of ton, wlioso frowsy rod and frocklrd faco brushed against my arm. A dozon of tho as soiled babies on tho block somo of them with fncos double the ngn of thnlr bodies uoro making for tho contar of attraction, ami I followed tholr ox ample. Can you guoss what onusod such a passing sunsatlon for nothing short of a tiro causes nioro on tho Dowory. (Ono poor llltlo Ghlno'o baby of two (Cclostlal summers, who toddlod along tho iValk with his tiny fist holding hard tho hand of a Chinaman, whoso Jiativo dross Indicated that ho was well-to-do. Tho llttlo ono amis attired In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

v, VrVi . iV , l lrt ltyTiHfwyiiWin'w- ftnPwjriMj!.- hnt v- M TV OHIO Democ r - jtr M '-; K. 14, v VOL. II. HO. 32. LOGAN, O., SATUBDAY, JANUARY 28. 1888. TEEMS, 81.50 PEE, YEAR. y " THE O A HP'1 JL Ik. J. sL JEL t m. m u it I I: F THE PEOPLES' BANK OF L0QAN. Cftak Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four- Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general banking business. Foreign Drafts nnd Htcamshlp Tickets for salo at low eat rates. OFFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera House. IjAwnr.NOR A. Cdlvek, President. Qeohoe W. Pui.len, Vice Prcst. .Ukuiikn D. Cui.veu, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Hce Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Bowen, Cashier. Dot a general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. ' BANK In central room In the James Dlock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Bollison Bnlldlug Logan, O. Collections of Claims, Notes and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

p? -" '-W4C . T i cm The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. : OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. An Ico bridgo lms formed nt Niagara Falls. Tun populntlon of Paris Is snld,to bo do creasing. ' Two young ISostonlans fought ton rounda for a Rlrl. Oveiicoato for a dollar aro ndvortlsod In Now York. The children In Bogota carry tholr own chairs to'cchool. Tnu Chlnnmon In Now York aro said to oond homo 5150,000 a year. M. Ghett saw twolvo oabinots, with 120 ministers, servo under him. Two young hullo havo ombarked In tha dairy business at Now Orleans. A Nf.w YoitK boarding houso madam has soiled u baby for her board bill. A fETniFiED buffalo of mammoth sUe has been found In Kcpubllo County, Kan. The Canadian Government proposes to put on a line of transatlantic steamers. An exclusive. Now York bollo owns n bonnet mado wholly of ostrich feathers. Pennsylvania nnd Now York aro ngaln quarreling over tho question of boundaries.' TtiEitE woro lynched during tho yoar 1887 in theso Unltod States, no fowor than 139 person...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

lf II m i - r; i z t :r U' If It I !' Il If I The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. FROM DAY TO DAY. Only from day to day "Wo bold our way, Uncertain ever. Though hopo ond gay doslro Touch with tholr lire Each fresh ondouvor. Only from day to day Wo grope our way Through hurrying hours', Hut still our catties fair Lift to tho air Their glistening tower. And still from day to day Along tho way Ucckon us ever. To follow, follow, follow, O'er bill and hollow, . )4jf With fresh endeavor. Sometimes, triumphant, gay, Tho bugles play And trumpets sound From out thoso glistening towers. And rainbow showers Bedow tho ground; Then "sweet, oh, swoot tho way," Wo smiling Bay, And forward press With swift, lmpatlont foot And hearts that beat With eagerness. Yet still beyond, tho gay Sweet bugles play, Tho trumpets blow, Howo'er wo nylng hasto, Or lagging waste. Tho hours that go; Still far and far away, Till comes tho day Wo gain that poak In Darlcn; then, blind No more, wo And, Perchance, what wo do ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 January 1888

V; v-v- IP Vi ty Wi inwinginty i rt V jirwwv -jr i i-it- jwui'jnHM'. if irju iiiKwyaywiffi rr iiwi'j1 sn3"Vi pJitm-rft'lHWI1 w)LwtWWWmWHqg,Jg,WlFUgwFwi!.l"Wi 'J'WiWWWWMtfMW'IIIIWlHWIffiilPMMU iHWWWW a "i V Irtf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. V. UKEHM.j - - Froprietot A, H.Wilson, - - - Editor , -. . . i i . - flittered tit the Jnxl-oj)lco atf.oyai as Sccond-alUM mailer. Finn) JIuhsi'.y, corrsopoiKlciiit of the Cincinnati Commercial (luzctlr ail'il fion-ln-Inu of Gov. Foster lias poUtloiu-tl for n divorce, nllogln-ir willful ubsonuc as the utilise, llr. Muasey married Miss Foster when Iio was private- secretary to the Governor. Tjim advocates of tlie tariff mo nopoly show how high is their es timate of the character and intelli gence of the American peoplo by offering them freo whisky and to Imeco in iiretended compensation for continued taxes upon tho ma terials of their labor and tho neces saries of their families. Every where tiie indications are increas ing that the American masses spurn ...

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