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

"irr - t -ir-jfit Trjw"- V - LARGER CIRCULATION J THAN MiV PAPER IN THE VALLEY, J i,,wprDj ,x rl XL vJrilvy l-jL LV1 vy v Jlvjt J. i P rt 0 WEST PlttCES. i I More News for Less Money, i T ft VOL.11. NO. 45. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1888. rn TERMS, $1.50 PElt YEAH. A w 'fs-i-fi-fffyiffr-i'' i f i if I' l' ; I m. B M THE PEOPLES' BANK OF L0OAH. f!th Capital, 960,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thonsand Dollars. Does k general banking business. Foreign Drafts and Rteamshtp Tickets Tor salo nt low titrates. i WFICE, Room 5o. 5, Opera Ilonne. LAwnr.NCB A' CttJ.VEit, President. OKonoC W. Pui.iiF.y, Vlcn Prcst. Ukuiikn D. Cur.VER, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFTjOGAX, OHIO. Ice Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, tout Walker, President. Cha. E. Bowen, Cashier. Does general hanking business, receives froslls, discounts paper, nnd buyR and sells achongc. 5-BMVK In central room In the James jstac ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. "Attorne...

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. — 28 April 1888

-;-? ' f '. s,, "I, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. Miti. EuzAnr.Tii Caw Stantoh 1ms boon president of tho Womnn's Suf frage Association twenty yenrs. Edwin Fumi, of Troy, N. Y., lias patented a machine which ho claims will make six hundred horse-shoos n inliuilo. Tun consumption of conl at 1'Itts Imroh, Pa., hits diminished '1,500,000 tons a year slnco tho Introduction of natural gas. A Piiii.ADKLi'iiiA bollo whllo curling liur hair recently dropped a hot slatc )oncll down hor back and was painfull- burned. Count Zano, of Vienna, whoso will shows a fortune of $8,000,000, mado all his money out of shops for tho salo of Vienna bread in Paris. Jonathan Timyi:k and ids wifo, of South Jlraintree, Mass., havo lived to gether for sisty-nino years and nro still hale, hearty and huppy. FnitDiNANi) m: Li:ssi:rs has snout $1,000,000 annually for pushing his canal schemes by moans of printer's ink, principally on tho press of Paris. Mits. Hancock's now homo in Wash ington, presented to her rec...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 April 1888

I & P !; ? s-v- y K I: 1 t -k M M -,-f . "L . I t ' It i" i p- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LO(UN. m i OHIO. A HUSBAND'S WAIL. Donr (lcnolovo, you were so swoot When flrit you gave your hnnd to me, 80 chamilng. love; (rora head to foot ' Vou were a liorfcot nymnliony. Tho prettv bang upon your brow, Tho tlntnly ribbons that you wore I hut my eyes nnd see thbm now? Thus memory doth tho past restore. To bob a mnldcn half so (air Ono weary mllos would hnvo to go l You vrcro bo nent, nnd in your hair You used to have n Jacqueminot. I sco you tripping down tho lnno With pretty slippered feet ngnlni You used to come In Bhliio or rnln My wlfo, youDtvere my sweetheart thesv The collnr thnt you wore wniolcun Fresh from tho Iron, 1 should kucbsj Tou came to mo with smiling mien, A vision raro ol lovcllnciB To day nround tho house you ro; Your slippers down at heel appear! Your hair has not a Jncnuemlnnt t think It needs a comb, my dear. Your collar's soiled; tho ribbons gono Which at your throat yo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 April 1888

1 til i i fur, ilir &flt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Oi W. BREIIM. Ftoprloto! A.. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. .SATURDAY, APJl 118 - 1888 - r nil . - . i . Entered l the Post-office atLoytin Second-qlass matter. N Alien County tho Poinouruts .qnmlntitod County ofllccrs, unci ,tjlt?cted (lqlcRntcs to Coiigresslonnl .Convention April 12th. Tin: Athens Council prove to bo a tie on the quufttioii of Local pro .hlbltiQii and our Athens brethren must continue to drink contraband liquor. Tun Democrats of .Monroe, Tus carawas, Ashland, and Franklin I I counties will hold primaries and elect Congressional Delegates May 5th. Tun Democrats of Putnam .County .held tlieir.prlni'iry .on the 2, of April and elected delegatcs.to "All tlio conventions, as well as county candidates. Turc House on Monday passed a Resolution declaring that the act of ,1881, authorizing the Secretary of .tho Treasury to use (lie surplus for the purchase of bonds, was intend ed to be a permanent provision of law, and is in fulln...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 April 1888

tfiuwuH immjif 'jiAimjmi"l'nirii.n,umipi iiu'vAmii-lj 'A' g-" iii-it'tr t'arrrTiawjuwf f m'i iwul-mt u .ui.'rmri, i j- lai..; j.iyytfyrrnrseiTWfltfcwu xtNrKvrMYwnKvVvfnrirvirt M-r'ov?w.'n-ftr n mttrmit.. ti m mswwrm jrTM.u jtjre jni? -rr iwMiwwtrfrit f- x r :. I i X THJ3 OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAL NEWS, J&D. i. WILSON, Ctti; Editor. Friday wits Arbor Day. Getyour Wire screens ready. Mrs. Dr. Bishop Is critically til. Col. Weldy was in Lancaster Sunduy. Wednesday was our first real aprlng day. , Geo. Gago was In Columbus on Wednesday. Wednesday was Dr. M msfleld'a -dny In Columbus. T. H. Riley made his usual trip to Logan this week. Jako Fox and wlfo wont for a visit In Alabama Monday. Ed Donlvun mado his appear ance on the Street Tuesday. Mrs. Jeffries, of Lancaster, is visiting in Lugan this week. The saloons in Mc Arthur wore were re-opened on Saturday. Ed Payne Is moving his res taurant into the Blehaut building. In another column will be found a copy of tho now game law. The prico ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 April 1888

-iH "- j"sr3 ' V i z ' I CONKLING IS DEAD. Tlio Ex-Soimtor Pnsnoc! Away fit 1:50 Thla Moraine. Alter nn UnrquMcrt Struggle for I.lfo thn Now York Nlutcsmnn Hiiccumlm to tlio KfTurtfl of inn Iltjiuviro In thn Lute Storm. Tim esi) or A useful urn. NnwYontc, April 18. Dr. Konlyco Bar ker seemed (itilto overcomo ns Uo stood on tlio steps of No. 0 West Twciity-fomtli street yesterday afternoon ami told tlio ropnrtersof tlio Impending dissolution of ltosooo CotiltUn;:. Ills eyes were sulluscd with tears uml his volro wns liuslty with eniotlr-n. Ilotnii'lo no effort to conceal tlio net that tlio death of tlio ox-Scnntor was oxpected nt tiny moment. A feeling of sad ness seemed to liuvo spread among tlio guests of tlio Hoffman Homo, and there was nn oppressive quietness and solonmlty among tho crowds In tho corridors. Voices wore hushed, and nil wero tullclnc In low tones of tho last sad news about the ox-Gen-tor. Tlio friends who enmo Into to tlio house went nwny with sorrowful oxprcs nlon...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 April 1888

,,- W 4 u . ?"- "-? IV fc r Na i- L' A bow the LAUGHABLE RUSE. Bonftntis King Mmle Ovaf Viva Million Dollnrn. '(Ono of tho shrewdest tricks over played upon Investors In mining se curities," snld Alfred B. Sawyer, of Sacramento, Cal., "was that onglnoorod by tho owners of the Consolidated Vir ginia In 1878. There had been n great neat of speculation In Comstock stocks, but tho bottom had rather fallon out of tho market and prlcos were low. De siring to turn an honest penny, Flood, O'Brlon and Mackay determined to make an offort to boom tho stock. Ac cordingly Mackay ono day left for Vir ginia City, and on" arriving at that place ordorod that tho shafts of tho Consolidated Virginia bw strictly guarded, nnd noithcr ingress or ogress permitted. Moro than five hundred workmen woro employed in the different drifts, not ono of whom was allowed to ascend to tho stirfaco, while no out sider was allowod to go anywhoro near tho shafts. Tho news was of courso at onco tolegraphcd all over tho c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 April 1888

DEDICATORY EXKROISES AND FORMAL TRANSFER OF THE CEN TENNIAL BUILDINGS. Tho HtsROl Turnout Kvpr Wltnrcl In tlio Jiifcu C'. Ono Hundred Tlimwiiml I'e)iln hi unit About Ilia Mngtilflcent llnllittmn. W8f?"'- "-l m -&---, j. , Tim iiutt ami iininuu.su rtntctures re--uitly L'umplote.l In closj .oxlinlty to the Cluctiiunti Music llnll, mid auxiliary thereto, In which, beginning on tho 4th of nest July, unci continuing for ouo hundred dnys mid nights, will bo held n monster celebration In houor of this one Hundredth iiuntverfiary of the settlement nf the Ohio Valley and Central States, hiTe been formally accepted from the cvatrnctor by the Exposition Commls tiwiers and ceremoniously dedicated to Iho "big show." The occasion was ono of the most ititi'rcMtimj In the history of the city. KviTythlus passed oil nmoothly. The day was auspicious, nnd It seemed Hint all of Cincinnati and her numerous populous suburbs turned out to celebrnto tlio day and to msiulfest by their presence their appr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 May 1888

j5S-ssSe nri-rR Ohio nRrnr r a LARGER CIRCULATION j T THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. All KtndBof Job Trlnthtft Done j , J M M k JL JL JL - M fl V j T JL Jj M . jj at lowest nt ices. More News for Less Money. : VOL. II. NO. 46. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY MAY 5, 1888. TEEMS, $1.50 PEE YEAE. S y Y 4 ' V THE PEOPLES, BANK OF IiOOAK. Ch .CnpUM, 950,000.00. Deposits .soon rod by Individual Liability of over Four Handred Thousand Dollars. Does n general hanking business. Foreign Drafts nml Steamship Tickets for sale at low rut rate. OFFICE, Room Xo. 5, Opera Hoiirc. IjAwrrnck A. Cur.VF.n, President. Gr.onoE W. PULliKN, Vlco Presl. Hkuiien D. aui.VF.lt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OITIO. Ice Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. Joint Walkcv, President. Chan. E. Iiowcn, Cashier. Too. a general banking business receive ..posits, discounts papor, and buys find bulla '.Schnngo. BASK In central room In the James ..MIC. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 May 1888

&." y .'" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN. oiiro. UrwAito of ono hundred y oung wom en nt tliu National Capital nru habitual riders of tlio trlcyclo. Two sons of Charles Dickons and ono son of Anthony Trollopo aro in tho stock-rnlsing business in Australia. Mns. Hakiukt itaKOiir.tt Stowi: 1ms twin daughters, who llvo with her and relievo Iier wholly of household cares. Tin; medical nttondnut of tlio Queen of Coroa is an American lady phy sician, who receives a salary of $16,000 n year. Tnn scn-scrpont is on hand early tills yoar, having mailo his apponrancc, according to reports, on tho Atlantic coast. Samuel Monmso.v, wlio recently died In Indianapolis on his ninetieth lilrtlulay, was tho surveyor who made the first map of Indiana. On opening tlio grave recently of S. O. Gillette, who was buried in tlio rcmutery at Augusta, Go., about four years ago, it was found that tho body was completely potrilied. Miss Helen Ulanchakd, now n resident of Philadelphia, is a Maino girl, wlio ha made...

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. — 5 May 1888

it XI Y Y e1 4 K C THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. the Little grave. There's n spot on the hillside far tmay, Whom In Rummor tho grass grown green) Where, bencnth n rustling elm troo's stando, A tnoss-covored stono Is seen. 'Tis n quiet nnd unfrequented spot, Asolltudo lono and wild; Yet somebody's hopos urn hurled there 'Tls the gravo of n llttlo child. In winter, nlns I that mossy stono Is hid 'ncnth a shroud of snow i But around It, In springtime, fresh and sweot, Tho daisies and vlolots grow; And o'er It tho summor broo7cs blow, With n frngrnnco soft and mild, And tho autumn's cloud loaves thickly strotr That grave of a llttlo child. And every year tlicro's a redbreast comes, When the month of May Is nigh, And builds hcrnost In this quiet spot, 'Mid the olra troo's branches high t With her melody sweot by tho hour sho trills, As It by the sccno beguiled; l'crlinps who knows? 'tis an nngol comes To tho gravo of that llttlo child. Yes. somebody's hoocs Ho burled thore, Some mother...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 May 1888

.r-'fc.irwqMa'f..tiitt i' tmnwiriWTiTii wa'.'W.! rw'riT'"wiLiJiiwiiii!r'wiiwML mw wiiamuar wwwwm iiujjwu'ih m i''iwwnwwimywii wiwn'iwwp'nwinniww iww r TJPJ10. DEMOCRAT. 0, W, PRHMj A. H. "Wilson, Proprietor - Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 0 - 1888; Entered atthv J'ost'offlccat Logan fts SccomMasd matter. Announcements Wo are authorized tc? iiiiiiotmco ,tllt following IJIlllH'll piM'SOUH 118 .candldatOH for (Iks .vui'lnita olHcos closlnnti.f1,tiiiliJt'ut to (hu (IpcIhIoii ,of tho Doniourncy of IIocUIiir .County at their primary uloutlon, to bo hold Juno 0, l&SJT. t fl'reusurfiixsy s n. u. alle. ,,i! i . tl t li - , ' ' ' -AZAWAII SIXON. Prodqcutlntr Attorney. VI KG IT. C. LOWKRY, 2d. term. Tin: cold wave Htrtiutc this .locality on Tuesday. Inoams .speech in the Senate .on Tuesday is reported as a Hat effort. L.jn.i.TV Township Seneea .county has adopted Local Prohibi Ri.vkkai. Jii-rli decree Masons at tended a mooting of their order at Lancaster on Monday night. On.vr.it.Uj Joscpii E. .I...

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. — 5 May 1888

4 wmwnii'i nm "1 ij.w " jikl" m Jinn-ninrniJiKi" u "nnn i. ju. i"""l"l ?'"! "''" ii '"' ""' "" 'm " " rtijnjitiuj" I'f IM ' ME I II 9 tr nii'mfw 'imwjm'ui iaiui ' iwim" wiw imi 'i Mm.i'nwmjf j M its r 5 . X hi It fc Hftv P' Correspondents Will Plcnse Obsorvo. Writs only mi on5 Mrtp of tlm pfipMV Itcglnench ltorti of news on tho lino bolow wheiS Hits prcccwIltiB 0110 einlerti l)o not iiinkpn double column of llpnu on tlio nmo pnae. THE 6oDEMOClUT 'LO.0AL NEWS, JED, L. WILSON, VU) lidlinr. Advertise. Tho wcrtther hns moderated. Thunder Bhbwcr oh Friday. N. J. Wolltiul hits closed his imloom - Will Woltzell wns In Columbus jMoiuhty. Bowel) Dennett wns Is Lognn this Week. A pcnalon litis bcun granted to "William Francisco. John Schompp lias boon on tho sick list this week. Col. Sands, of Cincinnati Is in Logan this week. Levi J. Burgess wns in tho Cnpltnl city ftionduy. Jim Wafklhs was hi' Stmlts vllle on Monday last. David Hand has lost the use of hoth his lowqr limbs. Miss Anna Tanner...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 May 1888

w I n;v -y st I - T. i- ;-'C1i MP "' ."''?; :""' ,.,v" 'rwr-'-'v '.-" ib fel I. A SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. New silk mills nro springing up evorywhore, nnil tho immigration of foreign weavers has altnoit slopped. Never in onosonson was thoro such ilenisinil for otik to go Into houso. flnlsliing ami furnlluro as tliu prosont. Red and wlillo oaks uro particularly wanted. A now attachment to Iho micro scope has boon devised, tho object of which Is to observe Mm molting points of minerals wlillo undor tho process of examination. It Is estimated tlint tho sum spoilt on new buildings In this country last year was 92,000,000,000, timl that tho transfers of real estate amounted to $10,000,000,000. Careful experiments liavo Miowh that wasto silk is tho moil oflVetivo of nil non-eonduotingaovcriiigs for steam pipes, and tho demand for tltis purpo3o is groat in splto of the eiHt. Tho values of the oxporls of min eral oils from tho United States for the year cndcil December III, 1887, showed n decr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 May 1888

A K r' i4 ,r w, r(' FLOATING IN SPACE, The Only Ktncl of Filch t Mkelr to Be ol I'Mctlciii te. I bolloro tlmt athletes such its thoie who first obtained mastery ovor tho problem of tho blcyelo could very noon learn to float, to nscond, to ilcsccml, to rldo upward, to soar and bo forth, In n way which would vory doolstvoly Inttt cato tho possibility of a much fuller mnatory over tho problem of flight later on. Exporlmunts which havo boon nlroady made provo decisively that a man's weight can bo supported by planes or sails of vory modorato ox tont not much greater, proportionally, to his body than an oaglo's wings it only thoro Is o'lthor rapid motion of ad vanco or n strong curront of air against their slightly slntitod surface. But thoso experiments havo not yot boon so car ried on as to show fully what can bo dono when practlco In tho art of balan cing in tho air and in making tho ad justments necessary for changing tho direction of flight has boon sufllclontly extended. Yot Mr. Ch...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 May 1888

A jkS2 Tlio Sow flniiio Law. 1ho most .Important ploco of leg islation of .the day wus tlio passage by'.tllo Sonuto or'lloqaoibltt by Mr. ,JnckRon amending tlio game law. It s of suoh an Important natiue, bo Ingsu'ppjGjrieiitary and uoinplotoln Itself, thaMho lnW Is glvim: "No pen-on jslihll, on nny phico ,catoh, kiy oHuJuro, or pursilo wltli such Intont, any quiitl or rabbit, ex cept between Hip lOtli day of No vember and the 16th day of Decent bor,,iiicltlslve, or any squirrel, ux ,eopt between ,lbe (llr8l day of Jiine and tlio 15th day of Docinbor, In clusive, ,or any woodcock, except between the 16th day of July and the 1st day of November, Inclusive, ,or any rtlUcd groune, or pheasant or prairie uiilcken, or any wild duck, except between tlio 1st day if September and ,tlio 16th day of .December inclusive, or any Wild ,tiirkey,.iexeept between the Jstday ,of Cctobi'i and the loth day of Uc .coinbor, inclusive; or catch or trap, ,or snare at any time, any quail or Virginia partri...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 May 1888

Tr? r 4 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The OHid Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION 1 EJOB OFFICE.! THAN ANY PAPER 1H THE VALLEY. p 9 Atl Kind ofJnh Pvhithlff Done J More News for Less Money, I at TjO WEST PRICES 4 .AAA VOL. II. !NtO. 47. LOGAN, O., SA1TUKDAY, MAY 12, 1888. TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAR. irf y w 1 I THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual ' .Liability of over' Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Popi n general banking biudncim. Foreign Urartu mul Btcnmshlp Tickets for snlo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honso. IiAWKF.ncr A. Cui.VF.it, President. Okoiwe W. rui.i.RM, Vlco Prcst. Ueuukn D. CULVEn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. dco Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. iToInf Walker, President. Chan. E.Jlowen, Caxhlev. Does a gencrnl bunking business, receives poslt3, discounts paper, mul buys mul bells iScliailgO. HANK In central room In the James aijek. ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public...

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. — 12 May 1888

iwk;m f F"p'Sf!rr SfPj'i ' ""WSJC" 1 WPi - -s 'Awwi. TM if vt Wi 4 r' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. J. P. Movkr, of Lockhnron, Tn., 1ins n cnko of soup thnt was mado by h!s wifo's niothor in 182!), amt It Is good soup yet. Hannibal Hamlin, nt the ngo ot eighty-nine years, is tho only survivor of tho eight statesmen who wcro on tho National tickots of 18G0. A coiMtKsroNDi'.NT who writes from Hontluras says that moro that 812, 000,000 of Amorican capital is imrcstod in gold mines in Unit country. J Elias J. Halk is solving Ills for tieth year as town clerk of Poxcroft, Mc., and ho lias never had in forty elections an opposing candidate. Mn CitAJtimHLAiN, tho Texan who went to Pasteur for troatment for a wolf bite, has contributed tun thousand Jrancs for the Paris doctor's now insti tute. -i And now a Rochester (Pa.) widow lias brought suit for 9100,000 damages against tho wealthiest man of tho place because lie called at tho house four times within a year and will not marry her. It ...

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. — 12 May 1888

$!(- -1"' fri f It' -T. '" I'gwgj' r ' A "VWVtl 4? T' V J?W,' Ifr R T4 y X ! 1 . li m i ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. A SAD STORY. A nuocr ota cronture? Wall, ycs that'i lot She It a curious sort of bird: I used to sco her long yeats ago Before her hair was to rrtilte, you know When the was a girl. I'orhnps you'vo hoard- ITer story not That's a llttto queers But then you're strango nrouml theso parts. Sho's always lived Jdtt over lioro, Behind that hill whero tho sun sets clear Those fine Juno nights thore, now the starts. She Is going homo, as Bho's suro to do When night comes, though sho Is out all day. Just mnrlt how shnrp sho will loolt at you j Sho oyca a strangor through and through, Whllo novor a glnnco will sho throw my way. As pretty n girl ns you evor soe. Was that old crono forty yoara ago, And the way sho evor came to bo This hnlf-cruscd cronturo scorns odd to mo, But I'll loll you, strangor, tho best I lenow. It was just this samo timo of tho year, In June, whon ovo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 May 1888

111. f HI 1A y.it . -.-, - -J! l. A ifinnrW'jgJwaminrtwrawMt iMMIOCRAT. 0. 7?.BREHM. ProprUtof ! A.. H. Wilson, - Editor, .SATURDAY, MAY 12 1888, Fnlqretf at (he J'osl-oJJlcc ut Lotah fts 'srcomMmi mailer. .luillclnl Coin out Inn. The Domocrncj oftlieThlnl .ulMtlllonof the Boveuth Jutlltlnt District, coinpovett of tmitmttiUiaar Fnlrlleliii liockiininml Perry, will mri'tlnCotncnllun nt Lognn, O. On )V(c(lnosiIny, June lit, 1888. At II o'clock n. in., to nomlmito n runillitntn for .Itulgo.of the Conrt cif Common Plcns, to (111 the vnenncy ooonslnuoil liy the ihmtli of ..Tuillto H. H. right. 1'iicli county rtinll ho entitled to ono oto In anlil Convculltm for rCntlilOO otcsatvlXriHtlon of flfy enst for Tliomn n. Powill,for f!oernor, November 1887. Upon tills Imslu ench county will ho en titled to the following ote: ' Knlrflelil 41 Hocking ... .... ,2-J Perry . ..... 31 Wltne'ourlmnils ut Lnticnstcr, this 8th ,dii ofMny, A. D.1SS8. .TAS. !. lint ONO, Cli'ti, Perrv, .O. W. OKAYIlIliii.Ch...

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