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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 May 1888

w to l r M CdMaportderfts'WillTliSilSSObsarffc. WrlWbtily on onoBldoortlio npcr. Ucgln cncli ltcii of nowson tlm lltio batow wrhftra ilio prceodhtft oilo omicd. Do not mnko a doublo column of ttoina on (ho antno pftRc. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JED. Tj. WILtiOX, Ctttf JSdMort Loo Cremip was in Logan Sun day. Spring houso cloanlng is in its glory. Shotwoll's now stable is being put under roof. Now is the season of picnics And fishing parties. Frank Roelicstor still holds tho championship medal. Judge Prclsnor is visiting in Lancaster this week. Ed Collins was in the city on Thursday evening. Roland Schwartz lias moved his family to this,city. A light hail shower visited this vicinity on Thursday. Lucius Wright, of San Diego, al. is visiting in Logan. Local Prohibition was defeated in Perry Tp. on tho 5, inst. The Republican club rooms aro .being handsomely papered. Will Kcssler was in Nelson "ville on Tuesday evening last. Ohas E. Bowen, Jr., of Colum bus was in Logan Monday last...

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. — 12 May 1888

I - I k SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Tho Angora goat seems (o ho raised !n groat perfection lit Texas. Tho half Is brilliantly wlillo ami vory strong and silky, nnd tho skins aro used mostlj 'or rugs. Tho manufacture of orango wlno Is bocomtng an established industry In Florida. Tho factory at Clay Springs has just closed Its season, having mado 1,000 harrols. Tor this quantity a mil lion and a half of oraugos wore pressed. Tlio prlco paid for orangos dulivcrcd at tho factory was 88 a thousand. Prof, l'ool, of St. Petersburg, has found fifty per cent, of petroleum In the cod liver oil sold by ono druggist, thu adulterated article having tho taste, smoll and appearance of tho genuine. Mineral oil Is also frequently found in ollvo oil. A Palorson. (N. J.) machinolt has completed a silk loom which occupies oss space than a typewriter, and weaves silk handkerchiefs of a pretty ,,tttcrn, four inches square. A child can npnrato it. Silk mautifacturors of Patorson it is tho smallest working oom o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 May 1888

f -,,: k fi 1? f f i I r ft r t ft l'. , !"- HoW Hats are made. The Froecis of Munnfuotnrii Employed In American Factories. lints nro of vnrlous kinds, but; we will conilno our descriptive nccount to tlm two most Important brunches of tho lint Industry, tho making of felt lints, nml of silk hals. Aa now tnrulo, folt lints nro of throe dllTorcnt kinds, plain soft, plnln hard nnd "nnppcd," or fur felts.. Formerly nil tho processes of lint-ranking were accomplished by hnnd work, but now mnchlnory Is vory largely employed. Tho first successful mnchlnory for this purposo Wits dovlsed in America, nnd vns introduced Into England nbout 1858; it is now usod in nil lnrgo establishments in Europo ns well ns In Amerlen. Tho finer fclthnts are made entirely of fur, others of mixed fur nnd wool, nnd yet others of wool onry. In making fur hnts, tho important pnrt of tho nppnratus u scd consists of n cono of copper of tho st.o nnd form of tho hat to bo made, porforntcd nil ovor with smnll holes. Th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 May 1888

e ,1 ON TI1K 1 LYING HORSE. THE LIFE OF A MAIL- CLERK IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM, Jlmv Clnrlnn.it! I'ncks u Cor Tim Schema of thn Clerk L'ntchlng Mnll on ttiu Fly Truiiifcr ?tidt Keiumblo Lljht nlng. m iA! . J? .'5? fl" VmhULViBlWl IK life of a mall clerk on a ust lino is u must busy one. Ho ilocs not repose on n, bed of loses, lip bus no filne ciirp. Ho It olio of tbo lintdost worked employes of tbo govern ment, yet be iiuiUch less inlatukes than men who linvo nil day to do scarcely tiny thing. Some tiny wbeu you feel ltko posting jgursjclt iin to how tbu mull Is bundled, i?et permission from the railway until superintendent, nrrtl board u tar In Cin cinnati, for instance. Your pass will ad mit you to tbu agent's car. You'll llml vuo luxiulotis seats, no accommodations to speak of, but tbu interest will never fnfC. The utr is illled to tbo roof with mail pouches. The flvo men with their little caps pulled tightly on their beads, nnd with their coats Wl, went to work with a will In...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

Ik SSsISThe Ohio Democrat. ? LARGER CIRCULATION THAHAHY PAPER W THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money, I l(. . IS? fe 5 at LOWEST ritWES. IMlMMUUl AAAMAAJIAAAA AAAAAAKAAAJ AAij VOL. II. NO. 48. LOGAN, G., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1888. TEEMS, SI-BO PER YEAB. I' y T i u- k it hf. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN. Cash Capital, 150,000.00. l)epoHlti secured by Individual ' Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general blinking business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for solo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honso. IjAwiiekce A. Culver, President, Gf.ohoe AV. Fom.kn, Vlco Frcst. REuniw D. OUIiVkr, Cashier. THE FIRST BA.NK ofzogax, onio. Bee Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walkert President. Chan. E. liowen, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives wposits, discounts paper, nnd buys and sells Ifcchnnga. saaBANK Iu central room In the James Block. ATTORNEYS. G. TV. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Polllson Buildin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

J 'A i 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. I'm: Governor of Formosa, Clilmi, -proposes to light his cnpltnl city, Tnlpnk-fii, by moans of aloctrlclty. Thkuk nro only eight towns In the United Stnti's tho unities of which bo gin with X. Savon of theso nro Xenins, and tho other is Xouophoii. A lawsuit in Tonnossco hiis re vented tho fact Mint whisky "war ranted to bo ton years old " cnn be iniule, barreled and branded in n votiplo of days. Canada proposes to niiiko n loan ol $2.j,000,000 for tho purpose of paying off tho limiting debt of the Dominion mid tor carrying on tho public works uuthorized bv Parliament. Two convicts, ii man and a woman, coullucd in tho Georgia penitentiary for inurdor, mot and fell in lovu in "prison. Now both have boon pardoned und have boconio man and wife. IIr.itEAFir.it tho affairs of tho Knights of Labor in Canada will bo managed ly Canadians. Dissatisfaction was created by American orators traveling cflloially and making fepceches op posed to Canadian lab...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

"T f U I'si THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. WE DON'T KEEP THEM LONG. Whllo others alng of tho coming spring, Mlno Is ii snddcr tonp, Of tlio children swoot nrouncl our foot O, wc don't ltoop tho children Ions I Not fnr tho day till they'll lly nwny, Awny from this homo of ohm, Just ns tho snow In spring will go, .Tustns In full, tho lowers. Tho bnblcs wo bless, with fond cntcss, And lovo still decpor, fonder, lillto birds will sing, llko birds will wing, Llko birds tho wldo world wander. !Thn Intldlo weo. upon my ltnco, A mnn shnll meet my vision. Whllo othor frot ns Rwlft, ns sweet, Mny trend tho Hold olystan, Tlio llttlo girl whoso hair you curl, Her sweet roso-mouth soft kissing, yt Away will trip, nwny wilt slip, And you shall do tho missing. Wo'll still bo nonr nnd still bo denr, Hut oh, with oyos grown clonrer, Wo'll surely seo thnt thoro must bo Another nenrer, dourer. Wo know thnt host Is God's behest And thank Him for tho giving Of each soft do o. whoso nostllng lova Makes ...

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. — 19 May 1888

mami mmM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, f i lip tmmmammmMt Q, Wi BREHM. Froprletoi A. H. Wilson, - - - Editor, SATtillDAY, MAY 10 - 1888, Enteral at the Post-ojjlce at Logan as Seeontl'dast matter. Judicial (onruiitloiu Tlio VcniiK'Moy of tho Third sub-dlvlslonbf ttio Hcvpntli .Tmlltlnt District, cmiipocd tit thocmiiillcHof I'nh-flrdf Hocking mid Perry, vv 1 1 1 moot In Cciiivcnllon nt I.hkiui, 0. On Wednesday, .In up 1!), 1888. At II o'clock n. nil, (o nominate a cnndldatn for Judge of tho Court of Common 1'lonn, to fill the viicmiey occnsloneil by tlio ilcnth of Jitilgo H. It. Wright. Ilnch enmity Mini) bo entitled to ono voto In s-itil Cotncnllon for .cachlOfl voles nnil frnotlon of lirty east for Thnnins Jl. Powell, for Oovcrnor, November 1M7. Upon this biisls each county wlt bo en titled In tlio following votoi Fairfield n llor-ltlng . .23 Perry . ,.,, ai Witness our hands nt Lancaster, thin ,t)lh flay at liny, A.J)., 1M. .TAH. K DnLONO. rii'n, Prrrv, fl. W. OUAYIIII.UCirii, l-'iilrllcld. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

4 y -r f S!S Correspondents Will 1'lcnso OliscrTC. Writd only on one Mile of tho pnpef. ncglncwh llotnorncwuon.tlio lino below where Uic proceeding one ended. Do not mako n doublfc column oi Hems on tliennmopage. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. ED. L. WILSOXf City Editor. Tho Gardener's Harvest Is at hand. Ed Donovan was In Lancaster Sunday. Mr. Arch Krleg was In Lan caster Sunday. ( Correspondents will bo found on the 8th page Will Weltzoll was In Nolson vllle on Friday. Rev. D. 0. Thomas Is In Ports mouth this week. L. It. Vickers, was in Athens this week on business. Tom Klntz has a kiln of 150,000 red brick ready to be burned. John Hansen will go to Now Plymouth on Decoration Day. Miss Lizzie Thompson, of Nel sonville, was in Logan Tuesday. Miss Lizzie Wolland wus tho guest of Mrs. Lou Boil lust week. Miller & Case have moved their prescription to the back part of the store. John Frasch has laid a now pavement in front of his Grocery store. Miss Anna Keller has a six months sc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

rA SOUTHERN ELECTIONS. A Wholesome l.eion Tnught lr the He rent t,nllllnli:l Victory. Cm) of tliu staple Republican crlos Is Unit tliu South maintained Its solidi ty against (ho Republican party be cause there Is not a froo and fair voto in Unit section. They assume that tlio number of coloroil votes lu a Southern Stato represents tho nutnbor of tlio Re publican votes, and that n relatively light vote Is Indicative of a (suppression nf Hcpubllunn votes. Sir. Vest, lu the United States Senate recently, showed, by comparison of tho vote with tho whole voting population In n number of spcclnlly-solocted Southern nud Northern States, taking lu the wholo range from tho low ost to tho highest percentage of voto to voting popula tion,, tho Southern States chosen out ranked, ono by one, tho Northern Status with which comparisons wcro instituted. As Mr. Vest explained, tho comparison was not wholly fair, but it was in hooping with tho Kc pub lican line of argument. Comparing tlio general ave...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

? IT i y T f w PRAISE FOR COHkLING. Colonel Robert (i. IiiRcrsolI'ft Ktoqurnt Trllmto to thn Departed Hlittrnmnn III Itrconl m n T.CKUInliir, 1'ntrlot, ' Citizen and Lender 111 t'lillliiclilnn; llonraty, Mnlclitcm Klnqiicnre unit l.ove of Trutlii At.iusT, N. Y., MnylO. Thlrty-IIvo linn tired persons listened In tho Acndomy of Music lu thin city Inst nlglit to mi ovation by Colonel Iloucrt O. Ingorsoll to tho mem. ory of ltoscoo Conkllng, mid otic-fourth as many mora bostcftod tho barred doors, vrhllo many climbed to tho roof nnd pecpod through tho sky-lights, Tho ceremonies wore under tho mi BiIee8 oftlio Bennto nud Assembly. Tho oration waa mi eloquent oulojry of tho chnr nctcr of tho dead us u political lawyer and n man. Tho speaker was at his bout nnd his' words woro listened to by tho great nudlcnco with close attention. Colonol In gorsoll said: ltoscoo Conkllng a great man, an orntor, a stntcsmnn, n'lawycr, u distinguished citizen of tho republic. In tho zenith of his fnrao nnd...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 May 1888

-rwmpK TifwysBrr"" ' ' T ;iMTram mtffiFi TWfc 1 A rf3.fcC,lJtmrMgTTgttTtTHyWMrtlIT' .TtMKITMlim JSSFT"- r . ? i? Washington Letter. jFVojtj our regular Correspondent. Washington, May 7th, 1888. Spenkor Carlisle and tho mem Jjprs of tlic Ilbuso Coiiniilttoo on rules, with the exception of Jlr. JUandnl), who Is confined to his room with tin nttnek of riicmnii tlsin, held u long consultation Sat urday on jthu order of business be fore the House. They decjded .thtit no dny would bo designated for tho consideration of any other inensuro until the general debate ,on the Mills tariff was concluded. If no interruption shall occur it will close on one week from tomor row, Tuesday tho 10, Inst. Then It Is thought somo appropriation bills will bo taken up and passed, before tho debato on sections of tho bill begins. The Democratic members of tho Htiuso are to hold a caucus Wed nesdiiy evening for tho purposo of .discussing and deciding what .-amendments shall be accepted to tho Mills bill. An ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 May 1888

A m rtrwi .1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L'ABGER CIRCULATION 1 HK JOB OFFICE. THAN AHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY I All KIihIh of, Toh J'rlntltifr Done j More News for Less Money, j I. l'l&l!iZd?lLrJL'! VOL. II. HO. 40. LOGAN, O., SATUBDAY, MAY 20, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PERYEAB. OhioDemograt l ; n r T f -i. ii" 1 k -i-flW THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN, Cath Capital, $50,000.00. DonoHlts secured by .Individual IJlulMIly of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Pop n RPiiernl bunking IiukIiipks. Foreign Drafts mill Steamship Tickets for Riilo nt low est rates. , OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. liAwnr.NCK A. Otli.VKtt, President. Qr.otulK W. I'UI.I.KN, Vice Prcst. Ukuiikx 1). Ctn.VF.n, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. ko Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John WttWev, 1'rcnltlent. Chan. E. lioivcn, Cashier. Dotn cotirrnt bunking business, rppplves 1onIIs, discounts paper, mid buys unci sells ilchungc. HANK Iii central room In the James liilck. ATTORNEYS. G. AV. BREHBI. A...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 May 1888

jr- ' THE OHIO DEHOGRfiT. LOGAN. oiiio. SAitnou'soxplntintion of tho Boiilnn gor crazo is probably Ibo correct one. "Franco lias fomnlo Instincts," ho says, "and wants boiui." In other words, the French nro novor satUiiod unless they h.ivo somohody to gusli over, i Dn. IIiiiscii, rabbi of tbo Templo Si nai nt Chicago, has discontinued bis services on Saturday, preferring to prouch to men and women on Sundnv rather tlmn to wasto bis oloquonco on a handful of woiuon only on Suturdny. Michigan offers a bounty of ono cent for oncli English sparrow killed. Tlioso birds attack every crop, whether fruit or eoroal oVorythlng nboro tho ground. They will even eat tho astrin gent berries of tho blaek thorn, which no other bird was over known to con- Tun best bit of literary news that has of lato como from Russia is tho state ment that tho Government is nbottt to make a collection of Cossack folk-loro and folk-songs. Thoso aro to be pub lished at Government expense. Tills "branch of nrchmology ...

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. — 26 May 1888

h A r T to THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN, OHIO. THE HOUSE OF HATE. Wlno enemy bulldcd well, with the soft bluo nun in sight; Hut betwixt his houso and tho hills I bulldcd u houso .for splto; And tho nnmo thereof t got In stone-work over tho Rnto, With n carving of bats nnil npes; nnd I called It Tho Houso of Unto. And tho front was nllvo with mash of innlico nnd of dtspair, Horned demons thut leered In stono, nnd women with serpent hair; Thnt, whenever his glance would roston tho soft hills far nnd blue, It must fall on mine ovlt'work, nnd my hatred should plcreo him through. And I said: "I will dwelt heroin, for beholding my heart's desire On my foe." nnd I knolt, nnd fain had brlghtenod tho hearth with fires Hut tho brands they would hiss nnd die, as with curcs n strangled man. And tho hearth was cold from tho hour that tho Houso of Hate began. And I called with n volco of power: "Mnko yo merry, all friends of mine, In" the hall of my House of Hnte, whero Is plenti ful store, nnd wlnoj...

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. — 26 May 1888

Tj&rJT-" ifff'f'wv""r?,rft 'otmfi - Jk fr e THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O. W. I'MITIM. rroprUtot A.. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, MAY 1!) 1988, Jintrred at tlie Pout-office at J, ana) fin Second-eJans mutter. .Iiullclnl Convention. Tho Dcmncinry tif llio Ttilnl hIimIIvIiIoiki (tlw Hovonfli (Tiiillclul l)llrlct( t'otnlioinl nf Hii'iMnmllMDf I'nlrlUMil, llrkl!iif unit IViry, .will Uli'cl llll'oiiM'llllull ut Iioritll, I). On Wciliioixliiy, .linn- lit, 18SS. At 11 (''1K-k ii.ju., to nimiliinti n rnwlMntn rnr.lllclwof IhnComi tif Ciiinlitiili I'lrn,ti 1111 1 tic vnrnm'y ornmlomnt liy tlm dontli of Jinli?o H. 11. Wrlcht. IJneli county nlmll lie iiIIiUmIIoiiIio vnto In H'lltl t'oiivontlim fur (t'lii'li 111) Vnli'i nnil friirtltiii t.f liny rait for TIiiiiiiih 11. I'imrll, for IlowTiior, Jfiivomlinr IS1?". 1'pnn HiImIiiihIn pitch county Mill In-hi- titled tnthofollowhinMilo: 1'iilrllclil II HiiM-Ihk . . .'-': ,1'cny . . ill Wltncw oiirliimiN lit Lancaster, llilx th .ilny of.Mny, A. I)., ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 May 1888

& : it. h r r f i'i ! UimiaiPLi wrKJWi'iaJL.nwiJiirju'niJwiMijiji.ijmLWiiwwiim THE OmODEMOCltAT LOSAL NEWS. JSlh Tj. WILSOX, Cttlf IMHov, Cucumbers nro In market. Sowcll Bennett was In Logan Thursday. Frank Rochester still holds tho badge. Tony Bnrlcon made this ofuco n call on Monday. Charles Bowlby was In Colum bus on Wednesday. Will Wanor's new rcsldcnco Is being put under roof. Mrs Groar, of Lancaster Is visit ing friends in Logan. Our street scraper was at work, -on Main St., Saturday. .Tudgo Bright is presiding In .Now Lexington this week. Buffalo Bin, has just returned from his tour In Europe. Memorial services at the M. E. Church on Sunday next. Mrs N. J. Haines has opened a millinery store in hor old stand. Judge Fricsncr is at tho Big Jtcscrvoir on a Ashing excursion. Dr. Franco made his usual visit to Logan on Thursday last. Mrs. Dick McCarthy, of Ash land, Wis., is visiting in this city. Corn is about all planted through this section of tho country. The members of th...

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. — 26 May 1888

'V if MEMORY'S FLOWERS. tWrlttcn for This Pnpor.1 rF i&l 1,1K1 tlio custom beau tiful of ours That Rutn nililo n spe- ciiil holy liny. When wo may strew, Willi memory glow ing llowcrs, ThoRrnvcsof Illuc nurt Gray. Not only ttKic whoso lives nTO fiilr nnd brief, For only flower of the earth lire they 1' lowers of tho licnrt, that broutho of hope und gr.cf. That will not failo uwny. iJut let us not our offerings confine To patriots who fell on bnttlo heights: Let nil our loved who died to life illvlno Shnro In the sacred rites. Whero Is tlio homo whoso olro lo Is romplele? Whcro is tlio lienrt that has not lost n frlcmlr Co, cast your flowers where their Incense sweet Mny, with your prnyors, ascend I Ah! llowcrs can speak when our poor lips arc dumb, Of love or woe, In tiinguimo of their own: And, clustered on the grave, brine utterance from Tho cold lips of the stone. Gi:oikii: tliitusnvu. ONE MEMORIAL DAY. The Story of a Family Foud and Its Ending. Written for This Pupcr. HEKK d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 May 1888

' " -V " ' -1 h r T ft THE RUSSIAN POLICE. Itow It 1 OrsrnnUett nnit Ailmlnttteroit nt the 1'roicnt Time Thrj pollco In ttussin, as in nil absolute monarchic), tins had to combine tlia duty of proranting crlmonnil watching over tho pooplo with that of supervis ing olllclitts and protecting thn govorn inont. Aloxandor I., In imitation of Napoleon, nmdo It a dopartment of tho State. Nicholas, rcilning tiioroon, di vided it into two sections tho ordinary police, undor the Ministor of tho Into- rior, and tho soorot police, undor tho Emperor in person. Tho lattor was a privileged body, abovo nil law, re sponsible only to tho Czar, and with almost unlimited authority. Its head was member of tho Comntittoo of Min isters, and by his intimato relations with tho sovereign nnd froodoin from othor control became tho most power ful porsonngo in tho empire This ln Htitution wasprcsorved hy Aloxandor II. with its attributions intact. Although by law subjects of tho Czar could no longer bo arrested...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 May 1888

?,' O-i - -rt V - ..,,1 T Washington Items. The lienlth of oujajriwmiijj'S' Is Kent-rally good, yo&jijf niivrj' some frMidson (ho ,sj$ tj$y. iii-s in f(V lit(l with hc'li JloVely cmiflncu' to rift-litil with helntlc rlioiimntl.sin tVul suirt'i'lnir very nuiuli. MIsh lUiehol Jlnlntur, Is eouvnl 8nlnn from tho directs oT measles sho lind in February. Mother Itilrirnoii Is quite closely confined to hur hod, old ago and general debility tho enu.se. Fitrmur.s nro very busy planting tholr .stirlnir crops: tho corn is nearly all planted. Vhmit Is doing finely to have so bad a prospect In the spring. Oats nro generally late and from ap pearance must be taking root for there is not much top. Tho prospect for fruit Is excellent and if nothing hinders apple dumpling and peach cobblers will be no rarity. Every body rejoices to know of tho renomiuaiion of Joseph Outli waito for Congress and feel sure that his re-election will bo by a greater majority than ever. Hur rah for Outh watte, and Cl...

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