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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 July 1888

(-1-i'fl ( yf rwC l xwTTiroitTTumrTii The Ohio Democrat. THE OHIO DEMOC AT LARGER CIRCULATION J THAN AM PAPER IN THE YALLEY. J More News for Less Money,! JOB OFFICE. ; AH Kinds of, Job J'i'hiJlHff"j)onc i fit TAtWEST rniOKS. . I VOB. III. NO. 3. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 7, 1888. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAH. u I'; IV ' f i & I fM . THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAH. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits Hccurcd by Individual Liability of over Four Hnndred Thousand Dollars. Door n general hanking IiuhIiicmi. Foreign Drnrtnnml HtciuuiOilp TIckclK ror salo at low est rales. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LiAwitKNCK A. Rur.VRR, President. UKOIIOK W. I'UI.t.KX, Vlcci 1'rCHt. Ueuiien I). Uui.VKli, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. lco Hours from 1) u. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. diets. IS. Ifouwn, Cashier. Dock a general banking busbies", receives tonsil, discount paper, ami bujs nml Bells change. ' -lX" A!JK In centml room In the James ATTORNEYS. . G...

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. — 7 July 1888

"W ?5fr ill THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. onio CUnRENT TOPICS. A nxniiKn'a collogols tnlkedof In Boston The salo of horso meat Increases rapidly In l'arls. Mns. GAnFiRt.n'H yearly Incomo Is said to bo about iSifiQO. This metal workers now havo an organ called tbo Hammer. A HoMRli (Mich.) smoker found ft hun-Jred-and-flfty dollar diamond In his fine cut. Arkansas has a candldato named Qlldo wcll. Ho ought to get therowlth gracoand precision. - Rough on Hats seems to be doing more damago In tbo human family than among tho rodents. Kkdhead t tho tiamo of tho richest roan in Hutchinson, Kns. Ho mado his money In baking iou dor. A wi-.i-known physician In Now York says that a Turkish bath will Increase n man's length. D. O. Mills, of New York, proposes, nta cost of $100,000, to build a training school for male.iiursos. Tiic coronation of tho Emperor is ex pected to bo a romlulsccnco of tho relgu of his grandfather. A small Insect is attacking tho French boot, anil much damago 13 threatened t...

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. — 7 July 1888

?,mtrtk-jmtemt!i I f V t M K P 2fc iy I I IY, f m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOfJAN. OUfn THAT V1QIOU8 OLD BUOKET. Howfrh In rny mint! oro tho Bccnes o! my clillclhoocl, As fond recollection presents thorn to view I The cow-stnll, tho plg-pon, tho ten corlls of fire wood, And nil tho tough chores thftt I had to go through. Tho weeds In tho garden, tho stones In tho stubble. The orrnnds to run mid tho white beans to shell; And (whon I'd already n surplus of troublo) Tho bucket that viciously dropped in tho well. The rotten-roped buckot, tho Iron-bound buckot, Tho confoundod bucltot that dropped In tho woll I Attor trudging all day In tho wako of ft harrow1, The team I must wntor cro getting my grub; Cross, foot-soro and tired clear Into tho mar .row, I'd solzo on tho windlass to fill up their tub. Bo downward the buckot demurely mcandored; And then, with hard lugging, It "roso from tho well;" But ere I could dump It tho ropo had dlbandod, And. spnngl to tho bottom tho 'tarnal thing foil I Tho...

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. — 7 July 1888

'Js.jrrrmiyL. -apt was. ..:; tJSfe"7''!i.jj ' jTrr '4'"5,-t' ! $jj-,"S'T1,rv: ' 'eW' v m M fmmui.ua w jm Itf ME OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHK, PropTletol - - Editor A.. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, JULY 7 - JSS3 JSnU red at the Povl-aflwe at Loyah (tv Sccoml'cluKi matter. Puniocratic Ticket. Provident, ci no veh c ri3 w. land. Vleo-l'iosidont, AW.flN G.TIlUltJIAN, Secretary of State BOSTON a. YOUNO, Supremo Judgo hYMAN 11. OUITCHFIELT). Member of Board of Public Works .tames ijmmit. Electors nt Largo JV. W. ELLSBEJUIY, WILLIAM 1). HILL. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTJIWAITE. District Elector AVILLIAM P. PRICE. Common Picas Judge. TALL SLOUGH. County Ticket. Trensuior. B. 11. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attnrnoy. VIBG1L C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirninry Director, ISAAC MATI1IAS. Tin: Republican and a bairel. Tho combe. ticket a name platform bun- Eai.i.s Tp. will vote on tho ques tion of locul prohibition next Sat urday. Rim'UIilicaxism in 1888. A Chinese wall around tho Country And chincso labo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 July 1888

'jL r If l If i IV UT Ir. M (, 1 T THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JBI. L. lVIZSOXf City Editor. Muzzle your dogs. Will Gfuthrto Is In Cincinnati tills week. Virgil Ldvry cclobratod tho 4th in Cincinnati. Will Millor, of Columbus, was in Logan this week. Ed Collins, of Gore, was in Logan Tuesday evening. Miss Minnie Fickle Is at homo spending her vacation. Tldo Houston, of Floodwood - .spent the 4th in Logan. Mr. Wadsworth, of Swan, was a Logan visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson spent the 4th in Nowcomorstown. Rev. D. It. Moore wont to In diana for a short visit on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Young and daughter spent the 4th in Athons. D. W. Frlesnor, of Lancastor, was in the city "Wednesday morn ing. Mrs. Oris Pattorson visited her sister in Mlddleport on Wednes day. Peto Rocktenwnldt, of Pt. Pleasant, W.-Va., spent thfi 4th in Logan. Tho green apple and tho small boy have commenced to associate together. Ed Bccktcnwaldt and wife, of Pt. Pleasant, W. Va., aro visit ing in t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 July 1888

-...- iff ii'i-H ?WW'T 1 - 4 5 ' MISCELLANEOUS. 1 A pair of cluin sholls two fcot nnd ton Inches long wcro Bol'd by n South Ington, Conn., curio collector for sixty dollars recently. A Trench writer classos nil womon by the slro of their thumhs. Thoso with largo thumbs nro said to bo mora llkoly lo possess imtlvo Intelligence whllo the small thumbs indicate fooling. What Irregularities thoro must 3iavo,beon to causo tills! In tho room of a railway dopot In Iowa Is tho fol lowing placard ovor tho clock: "ThlB Is a clock; It Is running! It la Chicago tlmj; it Is right; it Is sot ovory day at ten o'clock. Now keep your mouth shut." Nancy Hanks Lincoln, tho mothor of Abraham Lincoln, is burled on tho outskirts of Lincoln City, Ind. A plain elub of marblo about four fcot high, al most covered with grass and dogweed, murks her giavo. On tho stono is tho Inscription! "Erected by a friend of hor uuirtyrod son, 1879." A Maltese cat and a largo rattle snake hud a fight In a yard at Albany, Gu...

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. — 7 July 1888

"y-wwaftr"' e. J'rJ;,l" SHOES fon ORIPPLES, A Queer Mlttn New Yortt Cobbler Wh Dom iv Ittislilnjr Iliulnc-M. Tlioro's a funny ltttlo man who runt a Quoor HltAo shoo Bhop Ih Eust Ilromti ,imy. It lsa"holo In tho wall," nnd might properly Jro calloil a don. ItU (not u tidy pluco, olthor, but it itinkos "ho dllTofcueo to its pluch-fiicod oceil- . punt, for ha ggts a lot of monoy by making boofs and 'shoos for crlpplos. Ho doos nothing olso, nnd Beoms to on ' joy a monopoly of tho custom of pcoplo with doformod foot. "How much do you chargo for such -a pull- of shoes?" asked n reporter, as ho picked up a Congress galtor orno montod with a 0-inch hcol and a 2-inch sole. "I'wolvo dollard! but." ho added, "I usually got 16. This pair of shoos, ioiivor, Is for n poor man who can't nITord to pay tho rogular price. Some times I got $20 for a pair, but not often." Tho liltlo shoemaker said that a per son deslrinsr a shoo comes in nnd re moves his foot, covering, thon ho meas ures tho distanco ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 July 1888

- -( 1A I X na T1IK VINK AND FIG TREK. KINDRED DEPARTMENTS -WOMEN'S WORK AND CHILDREN'S PLAY. tTnmnn'n Ilcntni Tlie DUtaffnnit Nri-illi The Palette niiiI HrtnH Tim ArlMnrrnU if ttiu Niiincrj Little Ijonl t'tuiitlernjr nil I.titfct MIm Flutter at Home. All, over the world women mid children ,nrc working for the Centennial Expo sition. And why t I henr you nsk, Incredu lously. Iiecnnso t,he Centennial Commissioners ihnvo opened n department exclusively for (the exhibition of women's nirl children's .work, mid luive fioltclte 1 specimens from one end of .the .world to the other. No woiunu Is barrel out, whether she live nmoiiK the mountains of Switzerland, ho drenry steppes of Kussl.i, the vlnc .yards of ' Italy or the sunny fields of 'France. The renter number of exhibi tors, however, will naturally bo from our ,own broad J'ltid, and will Include) resl ,donts from every Stato from Mai no to Mexico. The most energetic promoters of this Kood work are the- women of tho Northwest Territor...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 July 1888

JfW T ' c I . WVWjOll Rf' -i. 'uncriuniu ukNiubMi ' 't dIO LARGER CIRCUIXATION THAN AHY PAPER IS THE VALLEY. juwd urnunj AH Kind of Job I'rliilhii Dour,' More News for Less Money. nl Lowr-wr i metis, i AAAAAAAAAAAAA Hi AAAAAAAAAAAlfl VOL. III. NO. 4. LOGAN, O., SATUimAY, JULY 14,1888. TKl?MS,S1.50I,KtVJSAB. !'iW . V -- Ol Democrat. m i"H JUL M j& rf ' r- c k'S 1? THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. fnsh Capital, $.10,000.00. Deposits . secured ly Individual - Jjinblltty-of over Foup Hundred Thousand Dollars.' Duo u (ToniTiit IhuiIjIu' liiiKlnpan. I'nrclun Hinfti mill Btciiiiiililp llrlcuts for Mile ut low cut rules. OlTIGi:, Kooni No. 5, Opera House. hAWtiKNt'i: A. Ctti.vr.it, 1'iohIiIciiI. Ul.omn: W. I'lli.M'.N, View 1'ii'nl. Uiajlinx I). Oui.vwi, Cifdilor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Ice Hours from !) a. in. to !! p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John IViilh'ei; I'renlde,nt. Chan. K.JIowai, Canttinr. Ilnesu KMIcrnl ImiiklliK IhHiii'm., lcd'hos viins, ilhronntH paper, mid htijr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 July 1888

', -" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICa Braided wire nintrosses nro coming Into Hue. Example Is a town In Hnskoll County, Kan. Low rates have lucrcasod ocean tele graphy. Bimb Reeves still gets $500 for singing two songs. BxnnuH's partner, Balloy, Is building a $!00,00J homo. St. Helen's mountain, Oro., is smoking Jlko a volcano. Two out of every ten Now Yorkers aro moro or less bald. Papers nil ovor Tennessee report a heavy yield of whent. Cuba is overrun with bandits who prey upon its rich planters. Germany has threo Empresses two dowagers and n real one. It Is bollovcd Congress may adjourn about tho mtddloof August. Tub crop prospects In tho West and Northwest nro unusually good. Five-eioutiis of tho flour imported Into Brazil comus from tho United States. There are, In nil, 401 electoral votes, nnd tho winning ticket must get not less than 01. Tub peach crop in "West Tennessee is exceedingly line, both In quantity and quality. An Anarchistic plot against Emperor "...

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. — 14 July 1888

k U rt f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN. OHIO A COMPARISON. I'd ruthor lay oct horo among the trees, With the slngln' birds an' the bum'lobeos, A-knowln' thetl can do as I please, Than to lire wiat folks call a llfo of easo. z v p mar in mo ciiy. zori realty ron i -znouy unaorsian Whoro the cjmfort Is for any mnn In walldn' hot brleks and usln' a fan, An' Rnjoylc1 himself as ho says ho can, Up thar in the city. It's kinder lonesome, mebbo you'll say, A'llvin' ou; here day after day, In ths kltder easy careloss way. But a hoir out here Is better'n a day Up thar in tho dry. Ai for that, Jus' look at tho flowers aroun' A-peopIn' their heads up all over tho groun', An' tho fruit obondln' tho troos way down. JmTou Can't find soch things as thoso In town, 1 Or ruthcr In tho city. As I said afore, sech things as those, Tho flowors, ha birds an tho bum'lobeos, An' n-Uvtn'-out hero among the trees, Where, you can talco your case, an' do as you please, Makes It botter'n tho city. Now, all the talk ...

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. — 14 July 1888

-A r? JH, m r'i. '. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, d.W.JBEHK, yr.o)iilVii - JEdltor, &.. H, Wilson, SATURDAY, JULY J-l - 83 flittered u the I'osl-offlopflt ljQ(qi as'HeeoHtf'fass matter, L '. ' . . J(onocr.utJo,Tlkot. President, . WpVEtl -CLEVELAND. AMcq-Prcsidfyit, .. . . iAAw gthujiman;. Secretary jsf Stato BOSTON G. YOUNG. Supremo .Tudgo LYMAN It.CItlTCHFIELD. JMomberof Board of Public Works lAAUUS J'JAliMLT. Electors nt Liirgo W. W. ELLShEItitY, wUvUam'd. hill. '..,, SFor Congress JOSEPH II. '.OUTII WAITE. District Elector WIIdilAM'P. PHICE. Common Plens Judge TALL SLOUGil. ' ; County Ticket. .Treasurer. II. il. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIIGILC. ijoWRY,' Commissioner, vGEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, JSAAC MATHIAS. IlAnnisoN'8' picture makes ,hlm' i!simi)ie jtiivyes. xnni .yugnt to ,kiii ms prospects or itseit. Tirpreiisury surplus (popularly (viv wquji. icuuciion; was increas ed l!H,'iij(,'f)()2 during June. Tjnris strange year, 18.88, will long o ioiiioiiiueruu .in wus state ior (...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 July 1888

) "i r. I7CS f: M Y. ' ;7 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L08AL NEWS. JS1K Tm WILHOX, CHn Editor Tho furnnco at Gore has closed. Court will bo in session on Mon day. Ell M. West was In Shawnee on Tuesday. Jo Shorr Is visiting in Oska loosa, Kan ' Mert Smith has a music class lit Nelsonvllle. Col. Woldy was sick several days this week. Miss May Miller Is Visiting In Covington, Ky. t ChoS' Buerhaus has returned to Wichita Kan. Miss Molllo MeBride visited in Shawnee last week. The musical man of this neigh borhood is still alive. A grocery has been opend up in the Boiler Building. Albert Mlchle, of Mlddloport, was in Logan Sunday. Tony Barleon, of McArthur, 'was in Logan on Friday. Miss Neil Work is attending the Marietta Centennial. Miss Arina Kcssler left to-day for a three weoks visit In Marietta The appointment of one of tho night police has been confirmed by the Council. Pine Spring Chicken, Beef and Ham Sandwiches and lunch of all kinds at Sllsher's. . John Slisher is still lending "bar, and k...

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. — 14 July 1888

WjjJ- '-! .PW - .'1 THE ISSUE Of- ISSUES. Henry Wnltorson, the Autlinr of Mm Tlrm. oeratln VltU'nrin, Talk or the Kniiinrl. pillion of Amorlciiii I.nlmr Tho Serfdom tn Which tho High l'rntoellve System Hotels Our Iml.-strliM nndOttr I'omincrca, New Yohk, July 5. Hon. llonry Watter son, editor of tho LoulsvllloCoiirfcr-Joiinin,1 nnd author of tho platform adopted by tho 'St. Louis convention, nddroiscd tho Har lem Democratic Club yoitordny on tho oc casion of tho club's colobniUon of tho Fourth, Mr. WnttorHon snld: FBI.I.OW-DEMOCHA'N AND KSM.OW-CITI7.EN1?: Thero Is not wanting to tlila historic spot thnt which brings It Into fellowship with tlio occa sion and tbo causo ro hnvo como together to celebrate. Tho fellowship Is closer, Indoed, than those ot you who dwell hora aro wont to consider In your familiar wallia and ways nnd tlio busy round of dully travol that makes up tho sum of your migrations lictwrcn tho sign board nnd tho roof-trcc, tho bluo bed nnd tho brown; for, given o er...

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. — 14 July 1888

iitf. ' 4 i rtt p. IV I, J- i' " . MISCELLANEOUS. Ono pound of mercury converted Into fulmlnnto Is sufficient to chargo 60,000 percussion caps. Tho olcctrlo lights of Detroit nro bo often scon reflected on 'the clouds nt Ann Arbor, Mich., that thoy Interfere with nslronomical observations. In deed, nil operntlons hnvo to bo suspend ed till tho electric lights nro put out. A tarantula cscancd from tho hot- tlo In which nn embryo naturalist wasi bringing it away from Hot Springs tho othor day, and for an half hour or moro was decidedly tho most important pas senger on a crowded car. Young Physician (to patient) "What you need Is oxorciso, sir. You should Walk moro." Patient (reach ing for his pockotbook) "How much, young manP I walked all last night with tho baby. "-N. . Sun. Mr. Gotham "Would you liko to sec 'Pygmalion' to-night, Miss Por clnoP" MIbs Porclno (of Cincinnati) "Yes, very much, Mr. Gotham. I beliovo in encouraging any thing con nected with tho greut hog Industry." -Puck....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 July 1888

fV'l 'T577- jsr -fr rpjr.'tT w t r! '0 " mi .m in ni inn a" 1 j ' f r'w. i, 1; A MAGVinrEXT TKMPLE. THE SCOTTISH MiE. CATHEbnAL'lN THE QUEEN CITY. V Ifl- llr.i-rlpllim nf Mih Minl.t'erfocl mill I.ux- lltl'iiiii'Mii-uillij Tcuipln In the. World. 'Hill Auttli'iirn llcMim, 1 irlui-A, ltiiniilct Hull, mid Otln-r Clinmliir. "I lit ro N01I1I13 111 Cm tcll In Such a JViililtf." The Krce and Accepted Mnson who has not heard Of the now shrliie t his) Col- loft ship nt. Cincinnati )b 11 mm nvhi ! thu opportunity ot ft llfctlnni lt ottered now to vlilt tlio city, tlio Coiilomilnl Kxpoil tlim iiitd till1) fntnoim shrine, tho .Scnttlth Illto Cathedral, under tun clianp rates to prevail during tlio hundred ilnya of tho .. ". ; ' --.til hit li.'fi- E&-' EftMHS.'.'- ',r ... HMMKIH (Si.'wWC , - M . ..'' "Tit" 'r "VT, J ;'uJiaii;jii. bconiiii liiu: tlmi'li:. I'jsposltion. Tlio linpoitaiico of Masonry ind its dlrL'ot hoarlug oa tho progress of tho world is recognt.e I l)y tho Commis sioners, mid "...

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. — 21 July 1888

,.- ' j- 1 V 4 v' Tiie nun nrwjnn.wAT 5 LARGER CIRCULATION 3 EMOCRAT.U iJOB 0FFI0E.1 THAI! AM PAPER 1H THE YALLEY. re News for Less Money J All KHitl of Job l'rhtthiff JJoite j Iaal ''aaaaaaaaaaa2aaa 2 VOL. III. NO. 5. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1888. TEllMS, 1.50 PER YBAK. . - -J,-. -..,- -t;), Ohio IHE rA lik It A r ft p . i. "i? :4p THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAH. Cash Cnplial, $50,000.00. Deposits,. ' secured by Individual Liability nf over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Ones a ppnornl Imnlclnc IiuMmosk. t'orctmi DmrtH mid Btciimxlilp Tlrlcctn fur unto at low est niton. OFFIGK, Hoom No. 5, Opera House. JiAwiiENOK A. Cttr.vKit, TrcKlitcnt. , Gkohok W. l'uui!!), Vlcu I'rcsl. UKUllKN P. UUIiVKH, OllKlllcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OUIO. Ico Hours from !) a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, I'resldcut. Chan. IS. JiouHtiif' C(inlilt!r. Doc a srnrriil ImnUIng IniHlnOnfl. rwelwt T(i:ls, til K'uiititM iiput', iiiul liiiyn r.ml sells ,(-ll!lllgO. 'TBANK In ccnlinl...

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. — 21 July 1888

w 1'7 1 THE Ml 0 DEMOCRAT, tOSAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. TitR Texas school fund has a surplus ot '$10,000,000. TnAlirs wcro nvor so numerous In Call fornln as now. Prof. Kii.Kir says Jersoy Is tXo chief Btato for Insects. FLontOA Is shipping largo quantities of peaches to raarkot. A uqeott llccnso In Telfair County, Georgia, costs $ii,000. Davk Onen, ot Whlto Oak, Fa., has had a Icail poncll fottj years. It Is oitJmated that tho floods In Mexico Involve a loss ot 4,000.000. A oenkrois Now Yorker hns given away About 0,000 campaign buttons. The Princo of Naples, sou of King Hum bert, is a superior photographer. Nkm-jk Grant's husband Is very rich now through his brother's death. New York's population Is now estimated at 1,070,000 from directory statistics. Since tho 1st of January nearly -10,000 Italians have landed at Castlo Cardcn. The negroes of Georgia nio said to own more than $12,000,000 worth of prop erty. Ex-Governor Wst. Sphaoue, ot llliodo Island, Is chief of pollco at Nnrnga...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 July 1888

- !, " r f. lt- I"- .': -m rr DHE tfipST CENTUM Of Civil Government In tho Great Northwest Annlrersnry Celebration of tlm Event at Marietta Addresses by tlovernor Foraker, lllntiop Ullinoar and Other. MAnimA, 0 July 15. Ono hundred years ago today Governor Arthur Bt. Clair, tho flrit Governor of tho Torrltory northwest of tho rlvor Ohio, wns duly Inaugurated at this placo, and civil government was commenced and civil law adopted. To-day tho prosont goncrntlon is as sembled froij all parts ot the country at this historic city to eclobrato that grand ovont The morning beamed forth never moro brightly, and our streets were thronged with people Tho arriving trains brought ono hundred coaches ?llled with people Tho express from Washing on brought eight tons of articles to bo exhibit i ed, most of which wcro from tho Smithsonian yj Institute. C? The most distinguished arrivals to-day wcro tho twelve Commissioners from Cincinnati, to gothorwlth tholr wives. Tho pnrty oonslstcd of Hon. Atno...

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. — 21 July 1888

KV r i- 'tl si i . . , aur-trtMtt kJLWpvr4fwrilAvM.i..Mii..f THE KH10 DEMOCRAT. j WMM difrfcr:ETW, T 'W 1 1 A.. H, Wilson, - - - Editor, SATURDAY, JULY CI 1888 JUnferedattfie Poil-offlae at Logan ax Second-clam nuttier. Democratic Ticket. r , President, GRQVER CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLEN G. TIIURMAN, Secretary of Stato BOSTON 0. YOUNG. Supremo Judge LYMAN R. OR1TCHEIELD. Jdembor of Board of Public "Works ', ' JAMES EMMIT. i Elector at Largo W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM 1). HILL. For Congress JOSEPH H. OUTIIWAITE. ' ," District Elector 1 WILLIAM. P. PRICE, Coinnion Pleas Judge. t TALL SLOUGH. Puuniy Ticket. Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOW11Y, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATIIIAS. There will be a totnl eclipse of lio moon on next Monday night. Protection "for protection's Bake" in politics is like bigotry in religion, utterly at war with sound principles of government and an enlightened policy. In 1812 a tariff of S'2 wne con sider...

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