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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

La5E3K57T!n- FCJW ' iv MHU: x 4fe ' lllil I .--mmM.j ir.. m&m Wj &.A. AimLaJ im&&-h t. ;KVr?$K ytt'iMt.. . -jI I' ', 1' ' V-. 1- Tttlkl"', ''jjt TTtTt ri " 3- I 'w M ,-i "i111 'S'i ,- .tm Crv . m 5 ZLW '7 .! Ift! p TV j rt,W'' iP' .4 F- ir-jy rf v&' ) t - ?. - jSef THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio m ? y EMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION ,nwi SJOB OFFICE. ' Tfttt JX-' . i THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY, -m m I AH KUulu of Job rrlntUm Done ; More News iur lcss muneji J-jAiLiAfcllUlaiAiJagaBig F 1 . . w i i ww Iup --yJi ' i mii "' I H. u 2 tit LOWKHT l'ltlGKS. rtuv ii t j j V 1 4 VOL. II. NO. 50. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH. Cnth Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits scctirotl by Individual Liability or over Font Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doen a Ronornl banking business. Foreign lrnfts nnd Steamship Tickets for boIo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAwitp.NCK A. Cui.vkr, President. QROIU31C W. PUM.F.N, Vlco 1'rcst. Ukuhkn I). Cur.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOOAX, OH...

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. — 2 June 1888

w L'.' Mr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Pahhots nro cnton In Moxlco. bELnssnrs, tho canal-dlggor, Is eighty thrco. CArn Mat bathing has sot In eorllor than usual. There Is still Ico In tho CntsklUs four or flvo foot thick. Siiah eggs nro counted on tho bnsls of 28,000 to n quart. Bisitor Potter Is one of tho host drcssod mon In Now York. A Cimcaooan owns a Slbcrinu blood bound of 1S3 pounds. There Is a post-ofllco In Virginia called "Blacks and Whites." Tiiennaro twenty-eight salmon flshcrlos at or near Astoria, Oro. HriDEiis nro considered a dollcacy roast ed In tho Now Cntodonlns. A St. Louis firm hns ordors from Europo for sawed hnrdwood timber. Mn. Kei.looo, of Battle Crcok, ngod soy-nty-four, Is cutting third tooth. Talloi.au, Ga., Is eo honlthy that tho nearest doctor Is twolvo miles off. TorEKA, according to a city directory just out, lias n population of 4(5,000. John .Uuskin U nearly restored to health and has resumed his literary la bors. Lulu Btouohton B...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

iBffiH ft ' .ggff-Bc: Ml '- sr s, "--. l.RJte s IJ: lv V &' K vr v i IB r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. MEMORIAL DAY. rr down mlcUl Southern mountains Whoro lonely plne-troes stand, And where tho silvery mlst-llko moss Has lnld Its soft gray hand, "Where through the silent forost No voice o'er eohoos, save The swcot wild song of bird that throng, Thoro lies a soldier's grave. And no stono tells tho story, And no words toll his namo, And In tho list of battles fought He bears no share of fanio. Ills wns tho soldier's spirit To do and dsro and die, But not for him In the forest dim Tho shout of victory. 'Died on tho mnrchl" tho saddest Words that n comrnda writes) As brave n soldlor, though, as ho Who In tho front rank lights; For him no drums nro muQlod, Nor pomp, nor funeral signs. I3ut comrades trlod who marched bestdo Laid him benenth tho plnos "When we, through all tho country, Honor tho soldier doad. And wreaths of cholcost flowers nro brought And words of pralso aro said ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

KlkJKSU T'T if ,, flS Ik.. i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BREHM. Pro'jrletol - Editor. A., H. "Wilson, - SATURDAY, JUNE . 1888, Entered at the Vast-office at Loyai i as Secoml-alasn puttier. Judicial Convention. Tlio Deiworacy of tlio Third mih-illvMon or f ho fovciil'li .lmllrlnl Dlntrlot, romixwil of tlio cniiillcs of l'ulrllclil, llocltlnK niid l'crry, M'lll )IH'Otltl(,'DIIM'ntloll 111 1.11X1111,0. On Wrdiicsdnj-j June lit, 18S8. At 11 o'clock n.in., to uoiulnnlo n ciimllitntn "for JucIro of tllu Court f Coiuinon l'lens, to Jill the vncnney occnMonect ly thn ilcnth of .ItulffO H. II. Writ-lit, Kncli county hIiiiII bo .entitled loonu oto In P'lld Coiucntloii for .cnchlOmoU'Stuul fnictloii i.f Any cunt for ThoinnA K. I'owotl, tor (lorerimr, November lS37. IJpDM llili lmlseiieli coiinly will Ijociv titled to the following oto: Fnlrflpld ' 41 Hocking .21 Terry . .... Ml Witness our hnnd nt I.nncnstcr, thin ,8th fliiyof Jlny, A. I)., liss. J AH. .. lleLONO, Cli'ii, Perry. (I. W. (IHA Yliri....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

mm n 1 1 W"- ""'" r i U ' V 1 f 1H 1 UT M I f H.i. X THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL-NEWS, JED. L. WILSON, Clhl Editor. L. Ilolitnnii was in Logan Tuesday. Judgo Guthrie, of Athens, was In Logan tills week. Pat Wynn lost a flno Jersey cow on Friday morning Inst. Wcs. McCllntock, of Columbus, was in tho city over Sunday. A severe rain and hall storm visited this placo.on Monday. Chas Barker, of tho Athens Journal was in Logan Friday, Court convened on Monday with Judge Friesncr presiding. Tido Houston, of Floodwood was In tho city on Wednesday. Itobt. Hamblln, of tho Athons Asylum, was in Logan Sunday. Mr. D. Thurness, of Swan, O., was a Logan visitor on Thursday. Mr. Culver has laid pavement in front of his lots on East Main St. Six couplo, registering from Dixon, O., spent Sunday in Logan. Dr. France's next visit to Logan will bo Juno 21. Seo advertise ment. Mrs. Jake Fox, who has boon ill for several weeks past is conva lcsing. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Floyd, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. A...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

ff iTt r v 't f v F ta "i PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. That would bo n weak enterprise hlch could not stand ix lonn. wf uiants nro not particularly nappy. 1 In overgrown man luu a growsomo f OOH.N, O. Picayune. -''Women aro tho donrost, cutest i srontilres In tho world, hut llioy can't 'iii i i ..- .11 .i .. .i... '.toil now n Biioo ins unui uioy sue mu jnumbor." Uinghamlon Republican. "4 It Is a llttlo strnngo tluil among all ,Uio ominont man who havo recently Written of "books which havo hotpod llio" none should havo mentioned tho 'dictionary. A'cw Uaven Hews. Mrs. Chnrgoitploaso "Good moan ing, Mr. Tnpotncnsurc. I should liko to Ht'o something in tlio way of a small , teheck." Mr. Tapomoasiiio (forvontly) "So should I." Ddroit Free Press. i, "You never 11ml mo hiding my llffht under a bushel." remarked Mr. McSwilligon, In the course of a dis cission with his wife. "You dim' inecd to," was tlio somewhat acrid re 'ply; "a quart measure Is quito largo onougli." Pittsburgh Chronicle. "Dear mo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

i I'd II ' 1 I . & aTi.4 iiliMiiiii uraw&i HtTtVu ran i wrscf -r"" "W - ( -rr-sr--" " U " ar T, I- l! I ' A s a i -v V w tf gp MISCELLANEOUS. Tliero aro only eight towns In the United States tho nnntcsof which begin trlth X. Soron of thoso aro Xonias, and tho other Xonophon. An Indiana lawyor who has been looking up tho matter a little. Ilnds that there aro 800 dead laws on tho stnttito books of that Stato. A dressmaker got mad boennso her lover serenaded hor with a flute. Sho said she got all tho fluting sho wanted In herrcgular business. Texas Silings. A cynical Englishman who has boon spending somo tlmo In Now York City, says that half tho cUlzoiu nrc lion est and roputablo people, and tho other half aro politicians. A Brooklyn young woman has n beautiful and most curious tablo covor In stripes of white and golden brown. It is woven of tho shorn hair of hor St Bernard dog. A stick of timber 151 foot long and twenty inches square bollovcd to bo tho largest plcco ovor turne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 June 1888

IsBLiiLiai '13, i r i- 1 , ' ' 1 1 ' 'Ly 1 . X I IT i 4.iS ' ;Vo jro.yijy niiQrniiih or niwoxnniui pauttks to vommkxve riuurMnxiK 1J?. KTIAIS-OK, OK jSJW W YORK, I'llnrfitiil'irtlieTm .ci'Modleiil InvltmV. ('nIiunliu.I,ueeoiiip.iuiM liy I). Ollm I'rulli.M. I). thocclpliriilpil Octuinn specialist of NeW i tirk, by PiUosliif ninny Imllotitsnnd Irlendi lull tlpclilcd to visit X-iOGhAJST. O. TI3ZTJSX)X-Y CTUDtTEl 21 ('nnmillntlnn nnd I'liimluntlnu free nnd rotilliletitliil In their porlnrs At tins llcinpol llmiHO from 8 a. nt.to 7 p. 111.--O.Nl? DAY ONLY. Dr. t'rnnre ilfxcrUx ,t h6 illtlorcut illwnjri heller tlinn the sick run theinselxps. It IM it uoiiilpr'itlglft fiiriiuy imp to posvs. Tho doc 4nr'mtlneiilwl(f power hnvncrealiil uonder throurhnut tlntiounlry. A written guarantee given Mith every cio Unit In curable. The France Medical mid Murgletll Iiiptlluto. of f'otitlnlni j, ().. Ik Urn truly .Medical llHtllilte In thoHtnto Incorporated with itrniiltul or fWO.OW.C llrrnpl.al sloci:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 June 1888

r- - -"-Ti-..- mT'"i'-ti:" 1VC 'Jlttf5 '' r r( t c r ys Ctr WTTTtTTTVTW s: lid The Ohio Democrat. J Larger circulation . THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEt. j Hlore News for Less Money. 3 v 4 it otrhowusT 111 wan. VOL. II. KO. 51. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUNE 0, 1888. w TEKMS, 81.50 PJSIIYEAB. '' ," Jpktl ' ' .l, -. JsJfpjjjblL Ni Iv ! K a- h . THE PEOPLES' BANK ' OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits Hoeuretl by Individual . Liability of over Four- Hundred Thousand Dollars. Pooh it ttencrnl banking business. Foreign Droits mill Htciimshlp TIcltclH for sale, lit low est rates. OFFICII, Kooni No. 5, Opera House. IiAWltKNCH A. Riit.VKit, Vrcslilent. UCoiuii: W. Pttl.t.KN, Vlca l'resl. Hi:uiii:m I). Cut.VKii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK or log ax, ouro. leu Hours from 0 a. m. to !) p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'renhlent. Chan. li. liowcii, Cashier. Does a general linnklng business, receives .poslls, discounts paper, mid buys mill sells ..change. T-11ANK-In ijcic. cenlri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 June 1888

- . L- i .Jl vlv -VvWW ' yT" - ,- ." j(3!? VStM" - V' fJ'T5,s" K ' 4 V 'V'f't. S rs Mjylllj lilHHW.4iltt bi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Snow banks nro still visible In Mnlne. Julia V.un llowis Is slxty-nlno years old. Mns. Clcvklanii has discarded tlio bus tle. Halt Laki: City will boro for natural Ens. It Is said rrn Imitation maplo syrup Is patented. A siLVcu pound ploco ot Chnrlcs T. brought W. Tin: political cauldron Is vorlly begin ning tobubblt!, A MUi.n with tho C. B. A. brmid stills hauls In Athens, On. 1'otito bugs nro giving trouble In dlffor out parts of tho country. "A coot, nml rnlny May Is good for grain And liny," Is nn old-tlmo snylng. Thb Dotrolt towor oloctrlo lights can bo Boon nt llomco, forty miles distant. Salt Lakh rnlsod $12,000 to ndvortlso tho ndvantngoi of SnltLako to sottlori. "A IlociiEvriiit woman tins not looked In to n mirror for twenty years." Is slio blind I Tim twolvo lopors on tho poor farm nt Fortlund, Ore., nro to bo tent bac...

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. — 9 June 1888

v .j'ihi 'iJi'vmM ji'm lju"j'g!;'yr"w'uu'igu fjTff' u a f jKxsr; VMfymtTf'vifjgkJtJiM-xja.':' , A -f it THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOtUN, OHIO. THE UNSEEN VICTOR. rhoro aro no perils that Iho tMlmil hearted WMfeartomeet, lfthoybnt servo tho rlulit. A noblo purposo planted In tho spirit Will glvo to ovoryono an arm of might. Wo need not fear, though hosts should rlso " against us, r If In tho path of duty wo nro found) Wo shall ho Victors In tho battlo tempest, Though to tho oross our bteedlng forms bo bound. It Is the soul jhat triumphs, not tho faggots That, burning, slay tho martyrs at tho stnlto. From rock and dungeon oft havo risen tho spirit Thatcausodoarth's. tyrants on tholrthronos to shako. Dotter by far It Is to toll and strugglol And bear lifo's bunion o'or a thorny way, iThan to sit Idly down whoro glided ploasuro Hohleth hor court, and cheats hor votaries gay. Bolter tho wealth of heart, tho gifts of fooling, Though worn with suffering, ponury and toll, Than nil tho diamonds In ...

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. — 9 June 1888

Kiafcug ' TiT"' ' ' f7HN"t t?h ' " V1 i-JT"-' '' , t-"i?" "Vl-'trfW.?, U ,Xf JjMteJ? ft A ,i : THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0jw.BnEnM. Proprlfttol Editor, , A.. H. Wilson, . flATUltDAY, JUNE 0 - 1888, 'Entered at thcPost-ofllceat Logan "its S'ccondxiltwi matter. Judicial Convention. Tlio Jtc.uioorney of tljo TJilnl (mli-dlvlslonof JlioKcvcntli .Jutllcinl DIMrlct, romiocil of Jhe comitlci.nr JvilrCclJ, ltocldnx and Perry, jy.ll.l iihm-I in (.'on vcntlon nt I.nsnn, 0. On Weilncflilny, Juno in, 1888. At 11 o'clock n.ni.., tononilnnta n cumllilatn fur JmlRCof Uiofiourt of Common J'lons, (o All thevnrnucy Qpcntiluiicft by llio ilentli of ..Itulco H. II. VrjBht. Kaeli county xlmll lie .entitled to one volo In H-iltl Convention Tor. ench 100 votjiinl fraction of flfly enst for Thomns K. I'owcll, for tlovernor, Xnveuibcr -IPS7. Upon thli bnsls cncli comity will bo on . titled to tlio following votes FnlrndU , ..41 Hocking ...... , . ,, 22 .lVrry , , ..31 AVIlncHionrlmiuls nt I.nncntcr, this gtli jlny...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 June 1888

t -$srnpj&m'' J$HV"' .-' , ? & A r u . i T m ! ,Y '4 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAL NEWS, JED. L, WIL802T, City Editor. ; The public schools closed oh Frldny. John F. White was In Athens Tuesday. Mr Dick Weltaoll Is In the city this week. Will Gould visited In Lancas ter this week. Ward township votes on local option to-day. Judge Guthrie, of Athens, was here Thursday. Mr. Thurness, of Swan, was a Logan visitor Saturday. Hon 0. H. Buerhaus atlendod the St. Louis Convention. Mr. Butler, of Now Lexington was in Logan Tuesday. Gapt. Sutphcn, of Lancaster, is visiting Dr. Baney this week. Ned McManigal, of Columbus, was In the city on Wednesday. Henry Campbell of South Perry, was in Logan on Friday. JohnBizer and wife, of South Perry wore in tho city Saturday. Miss Lizzie Thompson, of Nel sonyille, was in tho city Saturday. Prof. Burk was hero with his trained horses on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Van Curen, has opened up first class grocery store in Giblsou ville. Make arrangements to a...

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. — 9 June 1888

ehmtq J'' 'f tttt&M PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. A certain stvlo of shoo-buttou Is called "Old Mail's Wedding," because it novor comes off. Shoe and Leather Ileporter. As soon ns tho wcathor gols warm enough (or Icod tlrlnka tho sea-serpent will begin lo bo suou through strong glasses. You novcr lioar o( tlio hotrs of n tich grandfather advising tho old gen lloiuon not lo try blcyolo riding for Ids lioaltli. Texas StJlin,fS. Carkur (In hotel corridor) "Foot's got"otit of lioro, Barker." Barker "What's tho matter?" Carkcr "Thoio two hlg mon aro having such a violent discussion that I'm afraid II will end In a light." Barker (carelessly) "No danger of that. Thoy'ro both pugil ists." Detroit Free Pre33. A woman will got up and loir nrotmd niul rant about fernalo suflVagi! and demand equal rights with man In a torrent of Impassioned client tones, but when night come she'll get down and tremblingly poor under tho bed lor tlio man she knows isn't thorn. Somobody predicts that "tho tolo pliono ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 June 1888

- " v -," swri '" J )! i yn V" "' '-!., yj. 1 K V t t X 6 COUNTERFEIT MONEY. i The Vnat Ammint of Qatj flood In ttiol OciT6rnmaitt Treasury. I "Thoro Is money onoiigb Uioro to mako you nntl mo vlch for tlm rest oil our llvos," unlit a Socrot Sorvlco ofllclnl! to tho correspondent. Tlio conversa tion look plnco tti ono of tho rooms of tho Socrot-Sorvlco Division In tho Treasury Doimrttnont, niut "thcro" was ti vnult from which mcssoiiRors 'wcro carrying llttlo ennrns hugs unit ipnckngos ilono up In ntnutla nnncr niul sonlotl with ruil wnx. "Dut I am nfrnltl," tlio ofllclnl continued, 'thntlt wouldn't do us much good. Thoro nro a coupla of million dollars thoro, hut, ovary cont of It is bogus." Tho "fitioor" was being taken out ol ,tho Socrot-Sorvlco vaults to bo exam ined by a commtttco whleh hnsbfin ajv pointed by tho Secretary of tho Treas ury for that pnrposo previous to being destroyed, fa is cloven yoars ago slnoo tlio last countitrfolt monoy in tho Treas ury was dosMvyod, and t...

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. — 9 June 1888

ry - TillliSyiiiilWBiiiJr 'm r w WVI? '-' "v ' ' T'f,n- - -- r Tny t - i tf-rw i -. ' . . z .. ,i w.,., . mii j f aitiB, riiitaw - ii -" rt Slj&aw4"r --" .- . ...-, t-: - ,. iitrt.m .- , : T s ,-1 r. i iiLnnii ijiiwiph. , "m pbt ,-wt. , r - t- " srv" i fr IH K fiPfl'iWiyiytgcHTTu'p-iry w 'waiTtfniTryytt wT-tynnrsTr 'ftw iJa-.T"cwtiitXLWT'tn:wi.ijJi'j . vvtJwgTr,t!aurTVjfw -TTrttf f w u mmP99iimwmm wuijin ffo ,u)Sthy JiiioriniiD or niixvox&inLiz vajitws to roMMiixcii riiiurMJ!xr tXZ. FKAIS'CE, Oiv NliTW YOllK, v'Vlm-lpnlif JlieJ'rn .cc-Mcilunl lm'ltmo, CoIiiiuIiih, (l.m'itmiyim.'il liv D.OI'm l-'rutli.M. II. (lii vcloliriitt'il Ucliiinn juyclnlMt of ?JeV Ymk, by rtii)ct of miiiy pntlcittsmid iriimdsluis decided li vlnll ' Lpa-Ansr. o. tieettie&sd.a.z" crrrosrs si C'olioilllnlbiii mill 0X111111111111(111 frcp mill roiilMiMilliilln their porlors At lliu Itcmiicl Ujimihu from 8 si. in. to 7 ii. in.-OjVE DAY ONLY. Dr. I'i,t'ii0 lUxcrlb.! Iio ill Hitch t ill'lli'H Jul tlli.MM4...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 June 1888

ff I A rr' r t Jfc wwwvrwTrvwvwr-w LARGER CIRCULATION AU Kinds of Jot, rrlnftnffVone JL 1 X ljj V 1 J. JL V -L-l X-J L T JL V V JEv jf" i THAN AM PAPER IN THE VALLEY, More News for Less Money. 3 f Alt Kinds of Joh Printing 1 t at LOWEST PRICES. VOL. II. NO. 52. LOGAN, O,, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1888. TERMS, 81.50 PEE YEAB. Vri Vi r c 4 r & h THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAH, Cash' Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thoisand Dollars. Docs n Rcncrnl hanking IhirIiicrk. Foreign Drafts and Hlcnmshlp Tickets for solo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. A, Opera Honsc. Lawhencp: A. Cut.VKn, President. Orokob W. Poiapn, Vic Prcst. IlKUllEJf I). CUI.VKK, ClMlltcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. See Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'rcsldcnt. Chan. E.Bowan, Cashier. Dock a general bunking IiurIucsh, receives vpofiltA, discount paper, nnd buys nnil sellH '.achnngc. "MTnANK In central room In tlio JnmcH slack. 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. — 16 June 1888

iHSI r tjr mm-r v l.minliUlUJi.'WJMUgltMHWWWilW'l"1 iU.ill.l.mMMlliiiiiii.u i t-i X BMHIl , fti f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. onto. CURRENT TOPICS. Brooklyn has tin antl-dyspoptto cooking club. Tun Georgia cornfields nro rippling tholr tassols. TntnTncN Boston Churches aro without pulpits. Edison, tlio Invontor, Is for tho first time a fathor. Tun Snnh of l'orsla wants to borrow 2.,000,000. A seauuli. was shot rocontly In Tioga County, Pn. Tun incomo of Oxford University for 1837 Wns S32d,000. Tun Oraugo Holt railroad Is just finished to Tampa Bay, Fin. It will tnko four years longer to finish tho Punnma Canal. Cardinal Omiions rosomblcs Ilonry Clay In nppoarancc. Dramatic writing Is to bo taught In tho University or Michigan. Tun American nmbulauco system has boon Introduced In Paris. Tun Qucon of Denmark is very denf, but rmssiomitoly fond ot music. Siiok solos of wire not, outlasting leath er, nro a now Idea In Germany. O'Donovan IIossa has laid nsldo dynn tnlto nud Is now writing ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 June 1888

t U r T hi 71 DEMOCRATIC ted Convcnlion. Cleveland and Thnrmaii dominated for President and Vico-PrcBldont. Cleveland Goes Through by Ac clamation and Thurmnn On the First Ballot The Platform of 1884 Rendlrmeil With Slight Moillflcntlons-Tho Mills Hill, Too, Get a Snnctlon Thrae Day' Frocoedlng. rmsT day. St. Louis, Juno 0. At 12:35 p. m. ex-Senator Bamum, of Connecticut, Chairman of tlio Dem ocratic National Committee, rose from his cbnlr, and with tho gavol smoto tho desk ono sturdy Mow. Then tho various hands which wcro discoursing muslo in various parts of tho ball ceased, tho loud talking and tho chcors which greeted tho appearance of each distin guished Individual who enters tho Convention, garo way to quietness, and with a preliminary hustlo tho great assemblage subsided Into com parative silence. GltOVEB CLEVELAND. "Tho Convention will pleaso como to ordor," said Chairman Uarnutn. "Bishop J. C Gran "berry, of St, Louis, will open tho proceedings of this Convention with praye...

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. — 16 June 1888

85 ."WiWFS? . '---e '"T--j j.'xitV , i!' r . . 1.1 -? i i a,.,.'. 'HtU: aaS - ' -ruw m t ..,,itilllllllliiU'!"'-",mt'lW,aS WWIIIIHII'''I"I'H'"MI"1"""' i -fy A (UpTH ff? f 4 P THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHM, . A.. H. "Wilson. - - - l'roprlotof Editor. SATURDAY, JUNE 10 - 1888, Entered at the Post-okc at Loyan as ScoSml-cluss mutter. Central (JoinniiUoo Meet? The Bemocrntic Central Oom ,mltteo of Hocking County elected ,nt tlio .Primary election Juno ), '88, vIM.ineo.t Jn the Court House in Login) on Saturday, Juno U0, 1888, ,ut 1 o'clock P. Jr. Every nienilior Js requested to bo present, ns bnsi- : 'jnossofimportnnco will bp up for ,j .consideration. ; '. . Jtiy Order of IT; C. T. 0. 0. W'; E. Enolk, Sec'y. Democratic Ticket. ' President, ,GI10VER CLEVELAND. ? Vice-President, ALLEN G. TIIUltMAN. Secretary of Stato BOSTON 0. YOUNG. Supremo Judge LYMAN It. ORITCHFIELD. Mcmbor of Hoard of Public Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Largo W. W. ELLSRERRY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Congress ' JOSEPH I...

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