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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

tt i The Ohio Democrat. VOL. I. NO. 12. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1880. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAR. k y THE PE0PLES, BANK or LoeAK. t'UHh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n penornt banking business. Foreign Drnft. nndriruimshlr- Tickets lor mile ut low est rate. OFFICE, Hoom Ifo. 0, Opera Honse. Lawiibkci: A. t'Vhvr.n, I'mlilcnl. (HcnitUKW, I'ui.i.kn, Vlru J'rcst. ttisuiiisx 1). CU&VIilt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOOAX, OUIO. OfHco Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, l'rcsUlvut. Chan. E. Itowcn, Cashier. Docs n general hanking business, receive deposits, discounts paper, nnd buys nnd sells Kxchnngc. nlocL BANK In contra! joora 111 thoJnmes ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. ftttorney-at-Law and Hotary Public, City Building Logan, O. Collections or ClfllmR, Notes nnd Accounts, Mortgages, Iittscri, Contracts Deeds, Wills, Mrchartic'H Mens, Ac, drawn and acknowl edged. Partition...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

ttJB-JjB utttmi Tf .HMLCTmwf vwtwuyvaiai'yjaji lemv&mVi&yLmfrntttwrv&imw&Q'Si The Ohio Democrat. nniillM & W1IITK, Publishers, T-OUAN. t I OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tint European war cloud looniB up one more Tim chestnut-boll Is getting to bo a groat chestnut. An oven hundrod fairs will bo hold In Iowa this fall. Tns tbeorlner Is now at work ton the earthquako problom. Pennsylvania nut coal Is worth $25 per ton in Doadwood, D. T. Loan SiMsnunr Is sold to bo tho worst dressed man In London. Hu.nihieds of bnby alligators nro sold as ladles pcti In Now York yoarly. Kino Ucmiicrt has erected a monument to Victor Hmanuol at Turin; cost, $200,000. It Is claimed that tho Washington Monu ment has settled four inches within a your. Tuisl'rlnccss of Wnlos has been nccuscd of enameling to proservo her beauty of faco. A single oyster opened tho othor day by a Fair liavou (Conn.) man contained 103 pearls. Honet-makino has becomo n profitable branch of industry among tho womon of ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

&' A y v x The Ohio Democrat miMIM It WHITE, Publishers, T.O(UN. OHIO A SUMMER MEMORY. Rnnnlns from tlie stiiclml poroli, Wlioro, Ilka nn Inverted toroh, Hwlnus tlia trtimpot-flnwor, tlio path, morions with thn nftcrinnth Of tlio oiirly summer dnys, IiCnds us on to pleasant ways, Through tlio garden's porfumeit gpnca, Whoro tlio lily's stately Rrnco Bhlnes In nil tlio ralr unit piiro Whltoncss of Its Riirmontiiro, Ana tlio purpla pniwles unit Just abovo tlio circling soil. Velvet leaves of crumbling linn, Sparkling with night's Itoneyoil Uow, Forming radiant caverns whoro Gauze-winged mites mnko trnirrnut lair, tthow tho porfcot, culm roposa Of that regal bloom, tlio rose. Telling of tho early uprlns, Violets to thoir swootuoss cling Ity r scnrcoly oponcd bud Crimson with high summer's blood, And tho sllvor larches fret Over beds of mtgnonotte. Whero tho lltlio and rustling mass Of tho moadow's rlponlmt grass Clings about tho gardon's edno, Thoro wo soo, along tlio hedge, Creamy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

EWSIWWai! mmmmtsk urn m.Miim -ac . ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BRBHK k WHITE, Proprletori. A. H. "Wilson, - Editor. SATURDAY, SEPT. - 18 1880. Democratic State Ticket. Sccrotnry of Stato j JOHN McBRIDE. Stark Co. - Supromo Judge. M. D. FOLLETT, "Washington Co. Clerk of Supremo Court J.W.CItUIKSIIANK, Mliuni Co. Com. of Common Schools L. 1). BROWN, ' Butler Co. Member of Bourd of Public Works LOUIS LUDWIG, Cuyahoga Co, Member of Congress, JOSEPH H. OUTIIWAITE, Of Franklin County. For Circuit Court Judge. W. H. SAFFORD. Of Ross Co. For Common Plcnso Judge. SILAS II. WRIGIIT. . Democatic County Ticket. Auditor. WJL M.BOWEN. Treasurer. JOHN NOTESTONE, Recorder. DAVID O'HARE, Commissioner. ' HENRY TRIMMER, Infirmary Director. ' PHILIP HANSEL. Snow fell in the north part of Michigan last Sunday. Me. BiiAiNE is at the front again. Ho has actually carried the state of Maine 1 In 1884 the Republican majority In Maine was nearly 20,000; this year it will scarcely bo 1-1,000. Robt.F. Wolf, of Haydonv...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

X y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XiOO.A.Xi 3STS3-W3. Miss Lou Bowon is seriously 111. Miss Florence Culver Is attend ing Delaware college. Mr. Dill the day train dis patcher is at homo again. Mr. J. Madoc of this placo has moved his family to Columbus. Pros. Atty. Lowcry visited friends In Athens Co. last Sunday. Farewell sormon of Rev. G. W. Burns at M. E. Church next Sun day. Mrs. Ed Bowon, of Union Fur nace, Is very sick with bullous Dr. Douison was at Lancas let yosterday on professional bu slrlosa Miss Mary Drollinger w.ho has been sick from typho-malarial fever Is imprdving Miss .Lucy Hazlett, of Zanos vlllo, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Albert Michie. Dr. Will Cary of St. Louis, was the guest of Rev. C. C. Hart and family, recently. Theste'aVocrow'ds attending the. Salvation Axtny services, at the Rink, every night. u The bills are out for the great reunion-to be. held in .Logan, Sep. 80, and Oct t, and 2. Hocking County has 256 pen sioners who are paid $2,449 month ly or $29,894 per a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

?)1C3BW MWfiH tmwm iiwii'wi.i ni'll'tiWIU'I'lHni ir.t . THE CAMPAIGN OPENED. Bpoooh of Hon. John B. Pollott at Batavla. The Ilnd ltrcord or (ho llrptihllcin rarty Kinosed la View. Tho ltepubllcan party lias lonff boasted of Its record, to whloh, us n stereotyped por tion ot It platform, It "points with pride." 6o long linvo llioio word stood nloturaldo of tho crjunlly trllo words In Hi plntform, "ffiand old patty," tlml outsiders liava beon perplexed to dotormlnc whether todoslRiinte It ni thn ir. o. p. or p. w. p. NO honest cltlrcn, lio frtenil of fiea government, which cnu bo maintained mid pcrpctuntod only hy strict adheicneo to constitutional obligations and strict enforcement of constitutional rlirhts nml guarantee, no mun who deprecates open nnd shameless violation of law and a tifkless disregard of the Constitution for purely piirtlian purposes will point v, It It pride to tha iceord muilo by that party In the State or Ohl" In thef" later yoars, and cspi daily In tlm last two...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

A y r FOREIGN GOSSIP. Tlio owner's photograph must now appear on nil passports In Turkoy. Tho lost fonialo Incomakors of Sax ony arc not ablo to earn moro than sixty cent a jycok. Tlio hicroitio of postal business niado It tloilrublo for tho Gorman Gov ernment to erect u post-oilleo at Shang hai. Snmson, tho French executioner, beheaded 7,145 people In his olllolnl ca reer, being 217 a your rather a busy life. Tho tomb of Monlccal and Qncon Esther Is still visited by Hebrew pil grims, and Is woll preserved In tho con tor of tho town of llamadan, In Pcra'a. Moro than two per cent of all tho privates In tho Russian nrmy woro pun ished by court-martial last yoar. Among tho ofl'cnscs wcro llvo thousand robbor- ics. Tho national debt of Great Britain amounts to moro than 20 for each in habitant, but very fow worry over tho matter. It is grocers' nnd butchers' bUts which mako us jump when tho door-bell rings. Under tho postal telegraph system In England that is to say, miinngo ment by tho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 September 1886

1 1 mtkmi i f- rm fciaB.M ,1 " 4,1 1 1 ' jtLi ii ' ii 1 1 1 'l'B'iW' i"MBJ"f1T'J"1 1 1 miiuiwwiiiiaiwir, &, wBWjt 4EMBfctth "- -WMIMHltTi wwiHm WIIIWIHIIB iiMiwijiiiwnrjiiwiuM jwiiw-'ii-awniupn twwwraiwirtwW1"' wrMuiiiiiwiiiiwuiiiiT1 imwgwwwwmwiii riH'.HMVTIiltlA.V ('llt'lll'II, H(!. DllVllI II. Moure, l'n-dor. 1'rem hlnjt I'verv Hiililinth nl Uli.iOii.m. nntl 7s: i. .Mi Weekly linger iiiociiiik weiiiio'iiay evening f" !' '" Young peoples imi'r I'vriimit nt ditti 11 VliK-hi liiuciiMK n.iinnuii lit ikl f .t.u,.i . 1 lilt A '. lii AlHllirtrrv mill Hunter HI. llnv, .1, .Mi Ki'iulrlcl;, I). I). orCohnnliip., imiliiiv .MchvIw irry niter nnln Krlduy nlvlit. Jlirritniuir Ki'lM'Oi'.U, (!iniii'it. Urn. tiro. W. Hums pastor. John T. Sanderson H. H, Hilpeilnleiidiilit. Siilihulli Hits Ij-l- riviit'li IliK IDfiW 11. in. mid 7i:.lil. Clnwilli.'lilii, III. Hiiniliiy Nehnnl 2, Ii. in. I'mycr lULi-l Ititr Monday nntl Tliiiiwhty Mliilili. TlllNITV liVANUKML'Al. t.l'TIU'.lt.VK, Nnrlll Mulherry st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

( k C jL Jl -I- J j Ohio De MOGRAT A v I X VOIi. I. NO. 18. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1686. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAN. Cnsh Capital, $SO,O0O.OU. Doposlte scoured by Individual Liability of over - Four Hundred' Thousaifd Dollars. DncB n Bcticrnl linnktiiR iniHlncw. "rorclini nniru nml Htwuiiihln Tickets Tor sale tit low tut rate. OFFICE, Koom Ko. 5, Opera House. IjAvriticNcn A. fiBt.vr.it, President. UUOIIUKIW. rm.i.KN, Vlco J'rcht. ItEtlUHN 1). Clll.VKH, CiiHlilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. m. OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN, AlliciiH County Test Ques tions Used at the Last Examination. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Waller, PrcHtdcnt. Chan. E. Boiven, Cashier, Down RCiicrnl banking IhikIiii-w, rer-elves doposltR, dWcoiintu paper, niut buyH mid hcllH KxohmiKO. MT-IIANK In central room In tlm Jmncs Til.K'lC. ATTORNEYS. G. AV. BREIIM. in ...-tin... nml Ur.romr DnMlfl AUOrUBj-al-ljaH ami uvuuj mvuv, City Bnlldlug Logi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

The Ohio Democrat ItKEUM & WHITE, I'ublUhor. LOGAN, t omo. CURRENT TOPICS. Iowa bus several hundred nrtoslan wells. Detiioit Is to have a toboggan alldo this winter. Gbronimo Is young In years under Shirty but old In doTlltry. Nearly nil tho New York banks are mak ing louns at four per cent Tint Btcar9rs on tho Nile are driving the crocodiles from that river. Massachusetts boasts of having GO art schools and 11,000 art students. On it haul of a solne near Bridgeport, Ct, yielded 0,000 pounds of blueflsh. A nkjt form of Iron street paving has been tried In Chicago on Madison street. rinniir.u'lllA claims that one-IUth of It population Is enrolled In Its Sunday schools. A BAnr was seised as security for rent in a little- Pennsylvania town the other lay. Shorthand has beon introduced in tho Reading (Pa) high-schools as an optional study. Fortt-two new chemical elements are reported as discovered in tho past ten years. The unvolllng of tho Status of Liberty EnUghtonlng tho World Is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

X y The Ohio Democrat, nilEUM & WHITE, l'ubllaliur. LOGAN, s i OHIO. MY LOVE AND I. I watched tlio vessel from ttic shoro, Which from ray nrms tny treasure horo, Until my tenr-dlmmoil oyo Ko lonuor could Iti pitssnito trnco, Or murk tlio stilt Increasing apnea Dlvldo my lovu and I. Then to my lono and pllont Imnrtli. Which oohoes to no sound of mirth, I turn my steps uaaln, To wnlt till 'cross tho stormy son, Tho first Rind tidings oomo to mo, " Wolcomo ns snmmor's rain. And months go by I wntoh nnd dronm, for hono 1ms dawned with brightest glonra , To tell of coming Miss, When my wenk anus nunln Infold My trcneuro ns In tlnys at old, And I no Joy shall miss. I wntoh no moro for whitening salts Homo onward by propitious gates, To bring tho wnnd'rur homo, Aoross tho broad and rcstlass soa That boro my lovo away from mo, Mo tnndor missives como. I dream no moro wltti lashes wet, Of perils that his path besot, For now tho weary foot. By Tlmo and Spacono longer chalnod, 1'nlr liouli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

ywtHMJiw i hju.hiiwiii ivmrntu Mir i mm wuFWm$iti,wiirM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BRKUM & WHITE, Proprietors A. H. Wilson, - - Editor. SATURDAY, OCT. 2 1880. Democratic State Ticket. Secretary of State .rojiN mobuide, Stark Co, Supremo Judge, M. D, FOLLETT, "Washington Co. Cleric or Supreme Court J. W.OllUIKSHANK, Miiiini Co. Com. of Com moil Schools L. D. lHtOWN, Butler Co. Member of Board 'of Public Works LOUIS TiUDWIQ. Cuyahoga Co, Member of Congress, JOSKl'JT H. OUTIIWAITE, Of Franklin County. For Circuit Court Judge W. II. SAFFOItD. Of Boss Co. For Common Please Judge SILAS IL WlllCUIT. Dcmocutic County Ticket. Auditor. WM. M.BOWEN. Treasurer. JOHN NOTESTONE. ' Becorder. DAVID O'HABE, Commissioner. IIENIIY TMMMER. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Pkiuuuy and the pardon of the most noted criminals, arc powerful Republican arguments this fall. TmuTi:i:x cattle have died from plouro-pneunionia on a farm in Norton township, Summit county Ohio. Tnu Bellaire Independent (Rep ublican) ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

X MIsh Magglo Ball Is at Detroit, Michigan, on a visit. Sovoral parties at the Clncln t nnti Exposition this week. Mrs. Dr. Ilibbard lias returned from ,1 thrco weekB visit among relatives. The decorations on tho busi ness buildings are elaborate and beautiful. Mr. and Mr?. John Ilutchlns started last Saturday for c visit to their old homo in Maine. Itov. D. C. Thomas, tho new minister at this place, will preach ut tho M. E. Church, Sunday. We this week give tho tost questions used by tho examiners of Athens county, Sep. 11, 1880. A. D. Houston arid family start ed for New York city on Wednes day, intending to make that placo their futuro homo. Mr. Fred Strock and lady ro turncd from their wedding tour Thursday evening. Tho boys gave thorn a cordial reception. Misses Maggie and Lizzie Am brustor in company with their uncle F, F. Bempel aro visiting Cincinnati and tho Exposition this week; As wo go to pross tho Eeunlon Is in successful progress, the town is full of veterans and citiz...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

PORTION GOSSIP. Tho standing armies of Europe cost tnnimlly S800,0u0,000. Mine. Pattl lias ijlvpn 87,000 to tho Swiiuoa Hospital, alio niadi tlio money i two concerts. Tlio town of Vordon, In Germany, has just celebrated tlio olio thousand one hundredth anniversary of tlio coin plotion of Us cathedral. Hocont experiments tnndo In Pavla, Italy, showtliat swallow? Ilyon an avor ago at tlio rato of olghty-sovon miles per dour. Tlio first horrlng caught each yoar off tho coast of Holland belongs to tlio King, as thu first Kngllsh sturgeon bo longs to Quoen Victoria. Tlio conaiis just taken In Paris gives Bomo curious statistics. It shows that tlio city contains one married woman of fourteen, threo widowers of eighteen, and two widows of sixteen. A cannon has hut boon turned off lit S!r William Armstrong's factory which is forty-four feet long, sixteen and a half inches lit dlamotcr, and its actual weight 217,795 pounds. Tho Oil Jllai, of Paris, Informs it readers that Mine. Pattl's husb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

r X y HOW HAIR GROWS. It Color llcprnillng on Inn Amount of Air t'onlnlnril In tlio llnlr-Slwft. 1 At birth, nlmost tho onttro surfnco of tho body Is cover with lino, soft lmlrs. Tlioso fall oflf and nro roplnccd by others smaller and weaker than tho first ones, except over tho scalp, tho oyebrows and tb.a oyolnshcs. Later on In llfo In soiiio cltuatlons tho hairs becomo prontly tic volopod, especially tlioso of tho beard of man, and about tho ontranccs of the noso and cars In advanced life. Tho hairs, llko tho nails, aro simply special modifications of the skin; mado up of tho Bitiio materials and, llko it, subject to ninny diseases. Tho skin is mndo up of colls which aro at first deeply situated, soft and sponpy in structure, but as they arc pushed up toward the surfacri by the continued formation of now out:?, becomo hard and horny. In most situa tions tho colls of tho skin proper b6- como jooscncu, aim ancr incy navo sorved a proper tlmo as a protective to tho underlying parts, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 September 1886

IMPWKHWWHwBlflSWHf!ffWPwpwWrePMffi. , I 1 WJS..I attrtc M r , I'arm Xutcst Constant ehnngo of slock gives .V'Hi no tippm'tanKy to roiilisui (ho full value of uuy breed, however good. Prudent fanning never pinches preparation oritnui for the seed, be eiitiso (but in thuouteoino Ls lessen ed production. Thorn arc few products of (bo J'nnn (biii Iinvo kupt so near full prices as eggs through tho long period of depression. Sec tbut there nro furrows plowed In your fields ho that (ho water cun escape freely. Thin applies ospee lally to (bo wheut and berry-fields. I Torsos that work on dusty high ways or fields roeiovo much beuo ilt from occasional washing, even scrubbing with soap, an operation easily and expeditiously perornied. Do you know thattho soil in that part of your garden whore you wish to make your earliest planting will dry several days earliar if it is thrown into ridges this fall? Don't bo deceived in feeding corn meal to milch cows. Feed freely, it at first increases the m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

mmmfwy fjwa fpgyyMgaij I f t"7V -af I l'-1"' - -v w-Tf i'T "Vl -p "' " W - - f" The Ohio Democrat. fr . vol. i. xo. 13. LOOAJN", O., SATURDAY, S3Biftl9i!i053S-2S, 1880. m TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. KttffrtM.?; n THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAlf, I'tuih Cnpllnl, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock n coni-rnl linnklm; IiiihIiipxh. Pol-dun Urartu iiiul MU'iiuiHlilp Ticket Tor cnle ut low cut ratM. OFFICE, Itoom Ko. , Opera House. Lawurnck A. Ctn.vnii, I't-p.lilpiit. UKomiKiW. I'ui.r.KN, Vice I'rwt. HKiinr.N I). Uui.VKii, Uiuhlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. .John V'alhcr, President. Chat. Ji.ltowen, Cashier. l)npnn BPiiprnl luniklne IiiihIihwh, rci'plvos dcpoiltK, (Ukcouiits iuiH'r, niul bn.vn mid kpIIh KxclmriKP- IIAN1C In rontriil room In tlio.Tmnr nliick ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. attorney-at-Lav and Notary Public City Ihilldlng Logiiu, 0, CnllcrtloiiKofCIiilmc, ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

r '- miTt "f'Af' tr The Ohio Democrat nilEHM & WHITE, Publisher. LOGAN, t i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Iowa has sovornl hundred artesian wells. Detuoit is to havo a toboggan slldo this "winter. i GenoMtMO U young In years under tilrty-but old In deviltry. Nrahlt all tho New York banks are mak- I Jng loans at four por cent. Tub steamers on the Kite are driving tho I crocodiles from that river. Massachusetts boasts of having CO art I schools and 11,000 art students. Orb haul of a Bolne near Bridgeport, Ct, yielded 5,000 pounds of blueOsh. A nb form of Iron strcot paying has I -keen tried In Chicago on Madison street. Philadelphia claims that one-flfth of its I population Is enrolled In Its Sunday schools. A baby was seized as security for rent in a little Pennsylvania town the other day. Shorthand has been introduced in tho I Beading (Pa) high-schools as an optional atudy. Forty-two new chemical elomonts are I reported as discovered in tho past ton years. The unrolling of tho Statue of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

'WWMwwaiafgwa . '" I The Ohio Democrat, lllinHM It WIllTii, l'uullalicr. LOGAN, t OHIO. MY LOVE AND I. I watched tlio vomol from tlio shore, which from my nntu my treasure boro, until my tunr.dlmmoileyu Ho lonjjcr could Its nnsunuo trnrc, Or mnrk tlio stilt Incronslng spneo Dlvlilo my lovo mid I, Thon to my lono unci sllont hnnrth, Which echoes to no Bound of mirth, 1 turn my stops iwuln, To wnlt till 'cross tlio stormy son Tlinllist Rind tiding como to mo, Wclcomo ns summor's ruin. And months go by I wntoh nnd drenm, For hopo lnifl dawnod with brightest gloum , To toll of comlnK hllss, when my wenk nrms axnln Infold Sly tronsuru ns In days of old, And I no Joy slinll miss. I wntch no mora for whitening anils Bnrno nnwnrd by propitious unit's, To bring tlio wnnd'rar homo, Across tlio brond uud restless sen That boro my lovo uway from mo, Mo tnndor missives como. I drenm no moro with lushes wet, Of perils thnt his putli beset, For now tho wonrv foot, By Tlmo nnd Spnceno longer chnlno...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 October 1886

mmwmmMmmmmi P'""1V ' -" I y IV I 1 l h" mmtm4tmuimgjamm(t V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BBEHK & WHITE, Ftopilotoit A. H. "Wilson, Editor. BATUBDAY, OCT. - 2 1880. IjPcmocrutiu Stttto Ticket, Secretary of Stuto JOHN McBRIDJi), Stark Co, Supremo Judge. M. P, FOLLETT, Washington Co. Clork of Supremo Court J. W.CRUIKSHANK,' Miami Co. Com, of Common Schools L. D. BROWN, Butler Co. Member of Board of Public "Works LOUIS LUDWIG, Cuyahoga Co. Member of Congress, JOSEPH II. OUTIIWAITE, Of Franklin County. For Crotit Court Judge. W. II. SAFFORD. . Of Ross Co. For Common Please Judge. SILAS H. WRIGHT. Pcmocatic County Ticket. Auditor. WM. M,BOWEN." Treasurer. JOHN NOTESTONE. Recorder. DAVID 0'IIARE, Commissioner. HENRY TRIMMER. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Perjuiiy iind the pardon of tlto most noted criminals, are powerful Republican arguments this full.. Tiiiim;i;x cattle have died from pleuro-pnoumouhi on n farm in Norton township, Summit county Ohio. Tjte Bellaire Independent (Rep ublican)...

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