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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 June 1888

!!T!V v wt r.-r?rHriFNiyH w f)SlF"B ".V rw '.- t k r T fr fc F r THE OHltfUSfcOOllAT LO0AL NEWS', JiD. L. WILSOX, City lMtor. Now comes summer. Tlm,KvanH left for Znncsvlllo on Thursday. Red bandannas arc getting qui to common. Communications wll bo found on tho' first page. McArthur will hold a Pair Aug. 8, 9, and 10. Jacob Cupp of Columbus was in tho city Friday. Judgo Fricsnor was In Lan caster ovor Sunday. "Zar Cook plays suaro drum in tho Logan Band. A Democratic Club has boon organized In Lancaster. Childrons' Day will bo obsorv in this city to-morrow. Mrs. Jeffries, of Lancaster, was visiting in tho city this week. Miss Ella Miller is visiting "Mrs. John McLain for a few wcoks. The voto of tho Democratic Primary election will bo found in Another column. B. H. Stovonson and Mr. De vault of Salt Creek were in town Thursday on busines. Tho Hock-IIocklng Band furn ished excellont music for tho Con vention on Tuesday. Lancaster and Perry Counties turned out In full force to tho Co...

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. — 16 June 1888

tmmiLbJifJl&jtoj. V '' .HAT-wtr-c: . " "-r"-""M mn n ifmmmmatmrmmmm lilllTIWn iituufH Mimnnmni ijwiwje.uUiliiillul!jUBtteEES?rtilJWiWlitPltM ! Sj nA THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. t OHIO. THE GIFTS OF AGE. How wilt thou cheer m, nje, when, year by year, The graro and J07 of youth are paused away, Ami thou has turncil the boonle brown hatr pray, Dimmed tho clear eyes, ha bid tho red lip fadoi And tho soft motion nt tho lithe, sort limbs Into slow crocplng, lllto thn 6nnll', hast mndof Ilowsh'alll chcorthoof I will crown thy bond With gloaming sllor; for youth's timid sips Of power Rtvo thee tho best of all tho powor To comfort; eoamthy softly faded faco TVIIh deep experience s make thy faltering stop Music most denr within thy dwelling place. What wilt thou bring mc, ago, when from my heart Thou tali'sttho light of south, who gives tho hours Such brilliant, rapid flight i whero all my powers Shall, ono by one, ioo tho fresh, vigorous pluy That mnkes their excuse a pure dcllghtt Oh I h...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 June 1888

A "T ff IF 7 ? F in N V i HOUSEHOLD HINTS. A Gootl Assortment of Advlc fur Donna Krcporn, Old nntf Yonng. Uio nowspapora to polish window gins nnd mirrors. A luilf-cupful of ammonia to n pall of wntor will oloanso huvd-finlfllicd walls nlcoly. Ghnngo tho wntor whoa it bocomos foul. Pixlnt on windows cnn. It Is said, bo Ttmiovod by molting somo soda In very hot wntor nnd wnshlng thorn with It, using n soft flnnnel. Put ton nnd coffoo away In nlr-tlght Toooptnolos ns soon ns thoy nro brought to tho house Thoy loso much of tholr flavor by standing uncovorod. A fow drops of ammonia in n aup of wnrra rain wntor, oarofully applied with a wot sponge, will romove tho v spots from paintings nnd chromos. 1 It Is n good plnn to go over tho bod- stoads boforo boglnnlng any of tho cleaning, as dolny in thoso days when tho sun has becomo strong is apt to in cronso troublo thoro. JPlnstor busts nnd stnttiottes may bo oloanod, whon It is not doslrod to paint thorn, by dipping thorn Into thlok liqui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 June 1888

wffiwmM mil iMfiiiiii m r- -3r VT?" 9 r V wMfHijUj 'H' j;,. 7 lb l B Wwwwpii ' urn'mi in. iimii'ii.i"iri'iw mtii"min ii.siswhishiisshi.ii,s nistfijmsnni iiiiwuistpisnsissvssssssisjiwsgsi mm IIPppilPpippiiPiWMPEfPVW ' - . ,f t.pij p .. 'JTnwrffT'' t ,y jtowr nityvmiiD of luisvoxsuiLF, r ah mis to commence tmsatmuxt K. XlT,A.IVOB, OF INMiSAV YORK. J'.rlnclimfrtfJIiji'J'rii cflMcdicaUrtidltuti('iilomliits,0,nceoni)mniidli.v t, Ollui Truth. M.l, the celebrated ticimnii opoclnlmt of NoW oiJ(byrtvii(i or man.v pntlMiHuinl rrlcinl Iuim lccldoil Id vlflt Coniullntloii luul cxnliillinllon free mnl conllilenlliil In tlielr pnrlors . At llie lloinpol IIoiih from 8 a. m.lo 7 i. m.-ONK DAY ONJV. nr. Yaner'rlptcrlbPsllieillnVrciililliuiMi heller llinii lliuslck rnn thi'iiiMves. It Isn wonderful gift for ndy tinn Ik potc or sn Tram jiir.cnpt.nl Mnek 11111I reference Rlw'ti below Indicate, tlint w c nro reliable nnd responslclc 'JL'frliE. FJBIANOE M3E21:XOA.Xj &. STJ3S.G-IOA.L. INSTITUTE. INCOR...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

y c- aV- -' ' c C c i I LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. Alt Kind of Jol Printing lonc Jl. JTjL X-J . V- Jl JL A V-X JL- X2i I V J. V V- IV JTV X More News for Less Money, at LOWEST PRICES, kAlllflAilAAll VOL. III. NO. 1. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1888. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. I mmM L r T;', f v. I. . k - I : r; THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. Carti Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by ' Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a gcnerM bunking buMncw. . Foreign Drafts una Hteamslilp Tickets for nolo at low cut rates. , OFFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera House. liAWttKNCK A. Ovr.VKit, President. Okougk W. l'ltUBS, Vlcn Prost. Hkuiikn I). Cuj.vkb, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. lice Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. Tolin Walker, Prcnldent. Chan. IS. Botveiii Cashier. Docs a Kcucrnl banking business, receives 4oslls, discounts paper, ami buys and sells .".kchnngc. igajr-BANK In central room In the James OCK. uloc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

H 'mr "T0 I -I" "" ? f S j? i$s-vi " " Rv it THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Oni.t two meals n day nro served In Cu ban hotols. Ctnus Kir.i.n owns nn English title, nml niny bo cnllod Mir Cyius. Tub Pope lins just condomned slavery In Egypt, tho Souditn unit Zanzibar. Alarms of lira ni o glvon nt Nognlos, A. T., by tho shooting ot small arms. Onr of tho chlof Industries of llulgnrlals tho production of tho nttnr of rosei. Tun circulation ot foreign coin will bn prohibited In Ourmnny after July 1. Tub Now Yoik Times will erect a now klilrtoon-story building for Its own use. Jvi.es Fnuur enjoys being caricatured mid prosorvos all such pictuics ot him eoir. Mats nro numorous around Chlploy, Fin. Somo boys killed u sackful a few evenings since. An Illustrated Chlneso weekly ucwspn per has been started ut Now Yorlc by a Chlneso Company. Nearly four hundred pcoplo havo boon killed on rniliond grado crossings lu l'till adolphin slmo lbTii. France gives tho least to charity ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

irirvTSfi & M r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. Sti . OHIO. T 'LININGS. rWjy, nar, dour child, I can not let you alight Those Inner stitches on your gown's fair honi Because, you aay, they wilt be out of sight, Ana no stern crltto will discover them. 'Tou do but build a moat Inviting hedgo, I 136 uenma wnich ralsonood and deceit may lure, rhen you embroider fair tho outor ediro. And to tho lnnorglro no honest work. '"The silken chain of habit which you wear 1B0 lightly now upon your careless youth wit strengthen strand by strand: then Imvoo caret 1 Elso it may throttle the sweet sout of truth, 4,I hold that evory stitch untruly sot Weaves a sollod throad along your web of fate; -And each deceitful seam may provo a not To hurt and hinder, trust me, soon or Into. "Ah, dearest ohlld, on ovorythlng you do Let tho whlto seal of honor stamp Its grace. Keep all your soul ua cloan with Heaven's dew As tho plnlt Honor of your tender face. "God makes no clumsy linings. Mark this bloom I A 'fair...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

i . ' " "" " " " X j;' 'i LCmSl THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BHBHK. 1 -., ., t. Fibptittot Editor, A.. H. ilson, SATURDAY, JUNE 23 - 1888 JJiUercd at the Post-office at Logan jtts Secotulrofyifit waiter. Dojno.eritilc Ticket. President, GllOVEH CLEVELAND. Vico-Prcsidont, AhtiESQ. THUBMAN. 4 ,. .Secretary of Stato ' J :Bd8TON G.'YOUNtf, Supremo Judge LYMAN B. GBITCIIFfELD. -Member ,of Hoard of Pubtyc Works " JAMES EMMIT. Electors nt Large W. ,W. ELLSBEBBY. WILLIAM D.' HILL. JF"or .Congress J.OSEPIf H.GUTHWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM 'P. PRICE. Common Plops Judgo. TALL SLOUGH. County Ticket. Treasurer. B.' H.ALLEN. t t i Prosecuting Attorney. Virgil ,c.lowby;' Commissioner, .GEO. MARKS. JTnflrmary Director, ISAAC MATTHIAS. If the Democratic party should juse the flag of tho Repiiblio for a pocket handkerchief, how the Re publicans of the Foraker type would howl. An attempt to break tho Lan caster Jail by four of tho inmates cutting through tho stone wall, was discovered and prevented by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

""V' ")" " "" 'k as 4t&'ape V f ft 4 t. -4, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JSD. I,. WILSON, City Xdttor. Backward, turn backward, oh, time In your (light, Olvo in n frost ngaln Juit for to-night, I am weary of weather m hot, Tho nwcnt It produce would All n biff pot; Weary of collar that wilt like a tag, Weary of tolling away for tho nwtif . ARnowntorm or billiard would go very nice, rut mo on tco mother, put me on Ice. Mlllor A Bunnell's June 25. Chos Barker was In town on Tuesday. 4-,. 1 Levi Burgess Is In Chicago this weok. j Rob Worlf. wont to Chicago on Saturday last Goorgo Klelnschmldt was In Columbus this week. Frank Blaslus and his daught er Mamie are In Chicago. John Harrington, of Wooster, is at home on his vocation. Miller A Bunnell's circus will be here on Monday June 25. Jacob Friend, of Laurelvllle, was a Logan visitor oil Friday, Bub Vorls attended tho stock -sale at.Lancaster on Thursday. On Wednesday the thermome ter registered one hundred degrees. Mr. and Mrs. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

r X I V SCIENCE AMD INDUSTRY. Tn llift rflnlo of Mninn thnrn nra B4. 000 pounds of ground wood fibor und H83.000 pounds of ohomtcal wood flbor made dally. - I A nowvcgetnblo UUqir, OftUpu "go- mootte," is Imported from Ccllbos Into Holland, nnd 1h mndo to tuko tho placo of most nnd hair In upholstery. rho.Manpfacturcr and Jluitdcr do olai-iSs that itlioro aro nt prcsotil ho loss than, 10,00d olcctrlc motors In uso throushout tho United Stilton. --O110 of tho most Lomurkablo me chanical changes of tho day In thosol' (ting iisiuo ui stool nnd tno rcnuoption of Iron or somo of iho most intpprtulit pnrf.iyof" locomoUvolon many railroads. It li bnly comparatively' a fow yoars elm ;d tho ohnngo was mado, on moat rdftus,' from Iron to Htcol. Tho nottlo 1h among tho subslnncos wlilch Bi'lonoo has put to uso during tho past fow years. This wood Is ovoh being cultivated In Germany, Its flbor having1 pi-ovon vnluubto for a variety of textile fabrics.. In Dresden a thread is pioduccd from it so...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

-r j tf-tftf t ,f T" v "r qmiyfr" 0: n, I W f If . T J $ MISCELLANEOUS. . 'A younpf woman nt Bolott, Kan., Sras recently paid the bounty on tha scalps of nlno young wolves which Bho captured whllo hording cattlo. Less than ono-half of tho Sonators now In ofllco woro born in tho States which thoy roprcsont. Amorltians sol dom emigrate out of tho country, but thoy do n good deal of emigrating about In their own land. In calling cattlo, wmo of tho cries used In dlfforont localities aro given in tho Journal of American Folk-Lore? "Boss, boss" (Connecticut)! "snko, snW (Connecticut); "coo, coo" (Vir ginia); "sook, sook," nlso "sookoy" (Maryland); "tlon, tlon" Russia; and for calling horses, "kopo.kopo" (Mary land and Alabama.) Tho revival of tho ancient Grecian nnd Roman custom of bo fitting up tho houso roofs as to mako thorn nvallablo as children's play-grounds, or breath ing spots for older porsons during tho summer months, Is advocatod by aNew York physician. Ho argues that tho schom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 June 1888

k.yfrwt.nHI 1 I ''-ill1 I i li I j "' r rwf,, - ! i tm t$v?t trtwvwim noJt.tjiJUTWwg mtxnjvrtnm mmawtMniKr SUI'BllIOIt ATTRACTIONS TO BE SEEN AT THE QUEEN CITV DUniNQ THE CENTENNIAL. ;Tlftnquols, CnuHnras, Conventions, Mk) Festival, llnso llnll, Hiinuner .llperai .Coiionrt nml tlio I.lko. .1 m.m mansf-'m tUU'?2f 4T- Clnolnnnti Is just now nlivo with .preparations for the comtntt summer. john Ilnnyau's ilrcam of "Vanity Fair'.' 'is n vory tnino affair compiircil with tlio jfierlos of festivities with which the Queen .City will celebrate her hundredth' anni versary, and ,tho "band begins ,to pluy" .on tlio 1st of May, or next day after. Tlio annual banquet of tbo military .order of tbo T.aynl Legion, of Ohio, takes plnco in Cincinnati on ,tho .oveulng of May 2. Invitations bavo been Issued to tbo leading members of tbo ordor throughout tbo country, and Kvery ninny prominent officers of the nrmy, past and present, as well as representative men of ,tho nation In tbo last quarter of a co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

W t Clin M fJ. I K M( Wr V&A - Vf IVVVVVf ffff W V W WWW WIS r1 i t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT . jdOB OFFICE. Alt JUikIh ofklob ltlhiiiiti Dana I (it.n6trr:sT vhwks. LAHGuR CIRCULATION n THAN AHY PAPER Hi THK VALLEY. fMowJte for Less Money, j TKJWIH,Sl.r)OniJKyKAJ?. j '. f- VOL. III. NO. 2. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, 'JUNE 50,1888. r I Iis-a i& yr.,r-v r'ir a rnEn UJM, VMJlKA 1 JL JL JL JL-J le b 1 - N , m THE PEOPLES, BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, 50,000.00. Dcpotdtfl BOcurod by ' Individual u-- -.Liability ofovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs uccnernl bunking business. Foreign Drafts nml Htenmshlp Tickets for snlo nl low est rales. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. Lawrknuk A. (Hir.vi'.n, President. GF.oittlt; W. l'ui.M'.N, Vlcn I'rcsl. Ucunr.N I). Cui.visit, Cnshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. ilco Hours froin 9 n. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, 1'reshlcnt. Chas. li. llnivtiu, Cushlei: Dnesn general hanking bushics", receives rposlls, discounts pape...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

-t - ? - , "u-Ty '$- wr-r n & vl - ' w t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. AM ostrich farm wilt bo started In Art ronn. An excellent fruit crop Is promised lit Michigan. Tiikiik nro nine, families In Hcno that have twins. TltK penr-bllght hectic ha nmdo its ap pearance In Western New York. In ISM) thero woi o only r,0(M Jews In Je rusalem, now thero nro said to ho 00,000. Kmi-kkoii Frederick died In n room ten yards from tlio room In which ho was liorn. A mcw Institution at Memphis, Tcnn., hni been named "The Jay Gould Medical College." Thk Grand Canyon of tho Colorado river Is 7,0( feet deep, It miles wldo und S00 miles long. There nro SO locomotives In uso on tho Southern PnclUc system. Thero is work lor over f00. Tnn'tull name 'of tho now Emperor Wil liam II. ot Uvrmany, is Frederick William Nicholas Charles. AV. L. Hu.NTJili, at George's Creek, Inyo County, Cnl., planted S2J,000 locust-trco seeds this spring. A RUiiscitirriON Is being rnlsed in Paris for a swor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

T. ft ' 'U ri I i M1 EEPUBLIOAN CONVENTION Hon. Morris M. ,Estoo, of Oailfor- i i ,.-. UIO, rUIUlUUUUb UUULTLUUU. TTIth A Diamond-Studded (Intel Ha Jtnps the Amtemhlitfto tn Onlei-Multone Awarded Ills Bwt After n lro- trnctccl Content, but Mio Wise faction Secured it Hulk of tho Delegation, B frinsr hat. OniOAno, Juno 19. A strong breeze thnt Made tho big strip of bunting In which tho ox tcrlor of tho auditorium was enveloped flap Ilka tho suits of a Wet Indian merchantman In October gales swept ovor Lako Michigan land words Tuesday morning. Very grateful It proved to tho thousands thnt from nn early hour gathered In front of tho groat building and gazed longingly upon tho doors through whoso portals thoy had no opon sosamo. Dlreotly beneath tho chair wore pictures of Generals Logan and Grant, whllo from tho first balcony portraits of nil tho Republican ProsI- -iJBfes looked down upon tho dologntos. Tho NoTrYork, Michigan nnd Massachusetts dele gations, which hnd bocn honored with t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

uSS$! n f . f ' 4 " V r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. D. W. BRRHM A. H. Wilson, Proprletot Editor. .SATURDAY, JUNK 23 - 1883 j ' ' ' - Jinlcrctl ttf.thc I'oxt-ojjiceat I.ogan fts fjcrniul'C.luxH matter. Democratic Ticket. President, OROVER CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLKN 0. THURMAN. v Scerotnry of Stato ; , ; ' BOSTON (J. YOUNG. '. , ' Supreme Judgo LYMAN II. CRITOIIFIELT). Member of Board of Public Works JAMES EMM IT. Electors at Largo W. W. ELLSBERRY, ' WILLIAM I). HILL. For Congress JOSEPI I, II. OUT1IWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM P. PItlCE. .Common Plons Judge. TALL SLOUGH. , County Ticket, Trensuror. B. II. ALLEN. ' " Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATIIIAS. . Hon John Trunkoy, Jtulgo of Supreme Court of Pennsylvania died in London Eng. on tho 21th inst. Tun Mining Enginors arc ono of the most intellegcnt bodies of men in Ohio, and Logan is honored by being Chosen as its place of meet ing' If you want to know how you can rid y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

rJ7 ' ' y ,t tt n y J6 I. THE OHIO 'DEMOCRAT LOS AL- NEWS, ED. L. WILSOX, Cttlf Editor. Watermelons nro in market. r-Jacob Dowser, way in Lancaster Tuesday. Tlio gem palace has been moved to Strultsvillc. Mr. P. J. Hannlson, was In Logan Saturday. Chas Brtlger returned from Chicago on Monday. Our band 'Will discourse some excellent music on the 4th. Mr.. E. Trltsch was in Now Lexington on Saturday. Tim Evans, tho organ agent, was in Logan on Tuesday. David Lewis sold Ave Osborne Reapers and Mowors lust Tuesday. Certainly no one can complain of dry weather for tho past week. Tho Misses Llzzlo and Maggio Rcmpel nro visiting in New York. Tho Nomal School, being hold tit this placo, is h aving a good at tendance. Miss Mattio Bouse, of tho lto'ck House, was a Logan visitor Saturday. Prank Bed fern and Sam Ebcrt of South Perry, were in Logan Saturday. Tho Bopubltcan Club didn't jollify over tho recent nomination for President. Low Cook, of tho Soldier's Or phan's Homo, of Xenia. is spendi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LORAN. g ' OHIO. THE BABY ANARCHIST. Around tho homo nil day ho goes, Hy bftliy fanclosledj Ho sometime itnmla upon lilt tool, And sometimes on his hem!. He taltos tho flower, pot and all, Amlynili It lnhls lap; Ho spills tho syrup In tho hull This naughty ltttlo ctiiip. Your slllt umbrella splolt and span, Ho sticks In deep rut holos; And -with his mother's rarest fan Hammers jour frailest howls. Ho ties thn pendulum with a strlnff While slnglnq Inhy oryR ; Do's nlways sum to put ono thing Whcro soinethtns clso hclonRs. IIo'll talio a match -md light tho cat, Hu'll p.ilnt tho poodlo's head! And pour frail crncltcrt In join hat And lcao them In your lied. Adown tho register he'll throw The spools with nlmhlo wrist; Ho'softrn wlsliod In Jericho The Baby Anarchist. But ncerwarupon him wnro. Nor whip him till ho roar Suspend hlmtn n roomy c igo, I'lvo feet abovo tho iloor. -Puck. TOTITEOARY'S FOLLY. Tho Oloreryman'o Satisfactory So lution of a Strango Oaso. The cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

-r A ',-yVjT ' X Jfc f If'' THE COMING MAN. Thet llttlo g'rnn'son at mine can tnnko as much real notio A can usually bo made by tho Rcnor'l run o' bo;i; Dut then I 'tpoio t notice It) 'cauio I'm growln' ', Jo-Id, Bo nm ROttln' n little notrca, but 1 hadn't oughter wold. An' every tlmol scold him, gran'raa'i sure to snyi "Ob. never mind him, gran'pa, ho'll bo Presi dent some day." Be paints plctcrs on tho barn, all In boyish fun, An' ho scampors like a rabbit whon ho soos his Rran'pa como. Then whon supper's oTor ho'll como to mo an' tay: Gran'pa, what yougoln' to do, 'causo I runncd nwayr' &n' I nln'ttho honrtto scold him an' spoil his happy smile, For I Iclndor think mysolt thot ho'll bo Presi dent after while. 'When I git up In tho mornln' and lln' an npplo In my boot, I (col somothln' HV.o a man who Is mad ornuft to shoot; Dut whon 1 soo him pcokln' through tho cur tains of his bed, Bo looks so mlschlovous'llka ho sortor turns my bead; An' to keep myself from smllln' I bov to...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 June 1888

mtwrmjrTjmrwixvB .' 'iJim'rrwmim'WLfjtiTmtivnwBTtjrwwTrntn'ttwim mn.iiiMn&miizwAtiwt!tmijaimmr9 xrLvu,mni rwiwv TUB CHILDREN'S HOME, HOW CINCINNATI PROVIDES FOR IN DIGENT CHILDREN) ,Anit Prom tlin ttnuku of Wont nntt Crime ritickn Out Ihn Unfortnimto 1Vulr iinil Mold Thcrofrnni Quod raid Worthy Cltltnnn nmt Jlotur Wires. '"Tig education fornui the common mind, Just aa tlm t Ig In bent tlio troo'a Inclined." The wlao training of a child 1h tlio purest method of producing n Rood citi zen. What is always tho host courso to ho adopted cannot bo judged, but It Is without contradiction thnt rcat progress Is tnndo by affording protection to n child from ovll, whether of want or crliuo. Tho Children's Home, of Cincinnati, was founded In 18(11, and within tho twenty-three jonrs of Its uxlstonc'o 10,0711 chlldrca Imvo hwen oared for nnd 2,003 mirronderod to V.io Homo and plaocd In homoH. Tho general object of tho Homo Is to nmcllorato and elevate, tho condition of unfortunate ohlldren by ...

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