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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 July 1888

'i wifiiwmuiwiniwu niiwwwinmif jj um'j mhiuhhw finwTinffWwiiif1 um wwiftUjmmKwirirT i- fe. rf r A fHE'OmO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. JKJ. J,. WILSON, CU)f Editor Blackberries. JM Donvan,Lnncn9tor, Sunday. A. lIichlo is lu Logan this week. Mlsa Maine Floyd la visiting In Toledo. Vorn Bowen took in Lancaster Sunday. Bowell Bennett wna in Logan this week. Mrs. A. H. Brooko was in Lan caster Sunday. Mrs Aaron Prico has been very ill tills week. Fred Rochester visited In Lan-J castor Sunday. Normal School will bo out in three week.8. Miss Flo Wilson is visiting in Golumbua this week. Chas Gould and Noah Schwartz was in Golumdus Sunday. Phil Thompson went to Now York on Tuesday morning. Tho law for the shooting of woodcock expired Sunday. Frank Martin and Will Keynes were in McArthur Sunday. Col. M. B. Rcber of Charleston W Va. was in Logan Friday. Mr. and Mrs Daniel Hostler of Laurolvillo was in Logan Monday. The new time card of tho C. II. V. & T. By will bo published next week. Miss Jenn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 July 1888

T- 3yi - ,,1 I 'S ri ftl THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOttAN. OHIO. MY NEPHEW. A daring llttlo despot, hoi Just mark his ralcn majeatlo I With autocratic sway, tho' swcot, Ho rules tho realm domostlo. Ho sits scrcno, a little king, His tyranny 'Us kindly j Ills llttlo list his sccplro Is, And no obey It blindly. Ho says no word, bill looks so sago, Tho -wisest nre his debtors ; And O tho cyo ho hns (or Artl And such a tasto for loiters I So broal nnd catholic his mind, Ho makes no narrow strictures; Hut tackles kindly to all sorts Ot Bibles, books and pictures. A senso ot humor, too, ho has; 'Tls lino to sco tho fun sblno l'rom out thoso big bluo cyos. O ho't A blessed bit ot sunshlno I I.lou captious orltlo tho' you bo, You can't suggest correction; You must a'dmlt ho Is A 1 And absolute perfection. A precious llttlo paragon Was ever such anotncrl Not on this enrth, It you bellovo His father and his mother. And O ho benms right royally On mo whon I caress hlnf, And b:ijs. as plain as looks c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 July 1888

u lv 1 I" i 4 r j t P M AN ARAB WEDDING. Cremonlet Attendlnir tainlare In th Sahara neierti I had tho good fortunolo bco a grand Arab wedding. Tho Catd had ptannod tho marrlago of his daughter to a Shollc frankly ono of tho ugliest mon I havo ever flocn who was already tho pos sessor of four wives. From what whis pers could bo heard from tho mystorlous recesses of tho harom, tho brldo was a lovely girl of fourteon, her ropugnanco having dolaycd tho marrlago soma ton days. After tho coromony, whllo tho brido was bolng convoyed to tho bride groom's homo In a sort of howdah of brocaded silk, her cries and lamenta tions could plainly bo heard abovo tho din of tho pistols and matchlocks and tho voices of soino thirty maidens, who, surrounding tho camol that bora hor, gavo-utteranco to a strango nolso mado by tapping tho mouth with opon hand whllo crying out, tho offoct producod bolng soinowhut llko tho cry of an Indian. Theso maidens had on this occasion yashmaks made mostly of light gre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 July 1888

,. , . ' r , V? v T i-$ i. 'gs ' 35. H'U X J r a3K t ws?l mrfmrmrMKniimMMn wmi whiiiii iiwm iwnnan hid ii iiiwn iiiiiiiiwi ZChmmmv " Tom JuMleh's 1'nsH. They wore roiialliifr. chestnuta, a Jot old'tluiora, tlio rithor night, siiyn u writer tn Jlio Sn Francisco Chro fiiclc, nml many of tllo filnisle stories of Cullforiiin woro repented. Ono wns quoted f)utl Tom Fitch used to toll nbotifc himself, but It reflected fcront glory upon 111 in, and one menu old curmudgeon suld It wns not tlio truo vcrston of tlio story nt ull. Tom Fitch told It his way, lie said, but that wasn't It. At that time Tom was Iti tlio Interior, tincl this young fellow, rathor green, itiuio through on a trip. Tom got hold of him and filled him full of all sorts of stories that niado the young fellow's hair stand on end. At last they got to stago robbor stories, anil ho had somo blood curdling ones; but Tom made tlio young fellow bellovn that ho was all-poworful, oven with tho stngo robbors. IIo wns giving tho str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

t ' w i f I ifLL ( t i" K. s ft. fi. it kt "Xipm9mmm9wmwmmwBm9mmm9wmm-&tw?ri'' y.tiwtw ., Li THF. OMft KMORIIAT 5 LARGER CMCULATMN . S THAN ANV PAPER IN THIYUIEI More News for Less Money J . ' ? . i r " . PfMKi i t ft ir & . iJk(MiBftiL . h . - woB 'OFFube- I I 1 IttHtf o,o fyn&if -Done J LM1 rt t. LOWEHT PRICKS. ' vol. in. ko. e LOGAN, O., SAT0KDAY, JtTLY 28, 1888. , TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 3C 'J i 'T - H ' " " -71 -j-.vtww-- V ! - r9V - JfcfcJ V - TVtfT" - w f jv l ' m ' X jtml.' i m I M yV r H 1 , A, r, . k J rj m m m m rni m km ' ba m B mm WTW "M km W m aw m V flBJr HTV Lft ' m aw aWaV vA.' 1 am KM aW. wA mmf MM aw al i AW awl kmm aW v Wa aw . AV & aw W& Imh WA am 'j l 'V Jr i ' X X. J I "w. "' I - ' ' r i' jj-a- i . i. "1Y p iV THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAJT. Ch Capital, 95vU9v9v DepoNlts secured .by. Individual . ,, . Liability of lover H " 'i Hudnd Thoisud Milan. Docs n gencriil banking buftlncx. Fordgu llriirtM nnd Htcnnuhlp TlcltcU for nale nt low est rnteR....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

w -rt ,f - $ . i vs-. r HJ - if i & THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. TitB Idaho pear, a now fruit, U of Chi nese origin. Pink-eye is destroying valunblo horses In Cornish, Mo. There nro penny bottles ot perfume for impecunious dudos. A Brooklyn man got only 277 nnsvrors whon he advertised .for a wife. Mns. OAnriELD has given $10,000 to Gar Hold University, Wichita, Kus. Emperor William It. Is tho first Russian-speaking King of Prussia. The Shah of Persia recently had n tooth pulled In tho proBonco ot all his court. Florida is exporting alligators to Ger many. They aro going as museum pets. An Italian poddler, arrested In Now Fork, paid his flnoof Jive dollars with pon nles. Eao dealers throughout tho countty are again agitating the selling' of eggs by weight. General Oreelt says that If the signal service is made a civil organization ho w ill oavo it. Cheap freights Induce, most of tho Lewis County, N. Y., dairymon to ship their cheese, to Montroal. A colored gent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

-ff - " 1 . h i k Y Vr F It ? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. $ ft n LOttAN.l,i,,lV OHIO LOVE, THE BEGGAR. "Child, beware I have n cart I Love Is false, ana "kove I fair I" Bays tho grandame t her weaving! 'It he come with timid wooing, Or with bolder words pursuing; Listen hot, he U deceiving, For your future hurt and grieving Love la ever false tnd fair I" "Lovo Is false I Lore is falrl Trust to me to have a care I" Save tho maiden ! "I believe her, And If Love, the bold deceiver, Dares to come with llpsa-smlllng, Or with honeyed words beguiling, I wilt flout him 1 1 will scout him I All his witcheries reviling!" Says tho maiden, gayly smiling, "Trust to me to have a carol'' "Lot mo In I O let me In I For sweet pity, let me In I" Cries a voice In woeful pleading; Quickly now tho tnuldun, speeding, Opos the door, and there Is lying Ocggar-boy a-sobblng, sighing, Locks of gold wet with dew, Rosebud mouth, eyes of blue, Seeking hers In mute appealing, Dimpled hands In hers a-stonllng, To her brea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

fW it t- 1 yi - T sap "i" f ' -iv V-'t f jh ? I -! l 1 1'. 1 - I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Fxejirlotot - Editor, A.. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, JtUiY U8 1888 Entered nt the. Post-office at Jioya an (iecoinl'nlaii nuttier. penuxmitic Ticket. President, jGROVEIl CLEVELAND. Vjco-Prosidonr, . ALLEN-.G. Til URM AN. ' Secretary of State 1 BOSTON O. YOUNG. Supremo Judge .-LYMAN U. ORITGIIFIELD. Member of Hoard of Public Worjcs 'f' JAMES EMM IT. Electors ixt Largo W. W. .ELLSBKRUY, WILLIAM 1). HILL. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTIIWA1TE. i , 'District Elector WILLIAM P. P1UCE. j, Common Plesis Judge. r , TALL SLOUGH. 'Co'imty Ticket. no- Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN. i ,n't Prosecuting Attorney. A ' VIRGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHTAS. TIiQ Hocking County Clovc laml Club Meets the first nnd third Friday evenings of , each month, at Hart mnn's Hall. All Democrats are in vited to bo present. (C. J. Ji:iniuuxfutj:ij:n, Pros. fJoir.v Shivei.kv, Secretary. IIuitUAJi for Harri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

v"V- v r ' a r ' - . t i ' ft u- THE OHIO BEMQCllAT LOQAL NEWS, ED. JJt WILSON, City Editor. Blackberries ton cents a gallon. Miss Emma Downey Is qulto sick. Our new band is making rapid progress: Rob Work has wont to Marietta. Vlrft, Lowory was In Athens on Saturday. Lancaster Gamp Meeting began on Thursday. Will Weltzcll was In Athens over Sunday. Mrs. Dr. Mansflold Is visiting at Bremen Ohio. Stovo Hudson returned to Logan on Tuesday. Chas Bowen, of Columbus was in Logan on Tuesday. The.Salt Crook edition will bo found on the first pugo. Dr. Ira Hamblin of Columbus, spent Sunday In Logan. Lafc Warner's building is rap idly,nearing completion. Miss Flo Wilson has returned from her visit in Columbus. The organization of a Demo cratic Glee Club is in progress. A danco was glvon at Mc Carthy's Hall on Tuesday ovnning. P. M. Floyd, Esq. of South Perry, was in Logan on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shotwcll have roturned from their western trip. Frank Brook has been engag ed as Clerk i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

- v J y . J.t E TA3IFF HISTORY. Whs- In"cmiltcnt Course of tha Opposition on tlm High I'rotoolloit Issue. The Republican declaration of a high Mid Increasing tariff tux recalls Iho Jact that now for tho flrat tltno high nrotcotlon Is mailo thoBopubllcnn slilb poloth. Tha party sprang from iho absorbing Issuo of slavery, and its pur poso was to withstand tho extension of slavery into tho Torrltorlos. Tho plat form of 1856 was devoted to this ques tion. Tho platform of 1800, upon which iho party came into powor, was ulso primarily and chiefly devoted to tho various aspects of tho question of slav ery, the (Man, tho rights of tho States, ta, and was composed of sovontoon sections. Tho first section said: " That wblle providing rovonua for the sup tort of th general OoTornmont by dutlos upon Imports, found policy require such nn adjust znont ot those Imposts as to encourago tho do "velopmcnt of tho Industrial lnteroslsot tho 'whole country; and we commend tho policy of national exchange...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

f , 4 Y Jfc Li i l'' f4 it .r m A PECULIAR PEOPLE. 1 'XahablUnta of Salonika Who Are Jews a I Heart) lint Tttrka to th World. In thoso days It 1b somewhat diflloutt to And anywhoro pcoullar people who are not public property; about tho Mor mons of America and tho savages of Central Africa wo know as much, if not more, than wo know about our solves; so that it wan with considerable satisfaction that I camo across a po oullar peoplo who, in many rospects, out-Mormon Mormons, and hnvo cus toms as quaint as any to bo found in Central Africa. Moroovor, they ltvo in Europe, in the ancient city of Salon ika, and coraoof tho most ancient stock in the world, namely, tho Hobrowthoy( are bound together by tics that nono daro broak; thoy aro a doublo-faccd race, a race with two distinct religions, a raco which leads two distinct lives, professing openly to bo followers of Mahomed, whllo in private thoy pro fess a religion of tholr own, accepting tho old Hobrow traditions, yot believ ing in tho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 July 1888

- 4f win V I . " -a . i ,,. tH LJ.ff w mm m iimuiiiini i 11 fc. THE BANDANA What Ike DrmocrilUc L'mmVia or '88 Li nuil Hoir It h Mndc. A liAhdntui Ih ft colored linridkor clilcf thtvt wtis qulto common thirty or forty yiU8 iigo, nnd In still worn by I'lillumon of the old pohool. Mr. Thtirlniui who Is n fiiiufl' tuker, vn in the habit of dlHpliiyin,' JiIh red ImuuIuiiii qtilto fri-quori&y nt WitHhlngton while lie $ir n Hqnntnr nnd bccumu known s f'.tlio-HtiU.smiui with tho Imu diinn," rind he still clings to that ntylo handkerchief. This is why tho poltlcil fi'icnds or Mr. Tliur nmn tidpiit the rod bundunu a n riytiibol. Tlio nuiterlul of which the bun dniiu '( Spimish W(ird) is intulc Is either silk or cotton, and Is dyed in different colors more common Jy red, but .sometimes nlso yellow nnd blue, witli round or diamond shnped spots all over it. The pro cess of the manufacture of tho bnndana iu thin: Tho material is first dyed the de sired color, and a pile of the hand kerchiefs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

Mf. ttmi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT i The Ohio Democrat. l LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, j :JOB OFFICE. All Kindt of Job Printing Done SMore News for Less Money, i I at LOWEST PJIICE8. 3 YOL. III. NO. 7. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PEIt YEAR. I. x, A1; t l. ' , . rf THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOBAR. I'osh Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hnndrcd Thousand Dollars. Docs o general banking business. Foreign Tirafls nnd Btcnmshlp Tfckots for snlo nt low est rntoB. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. liAVUENCK A. Cur.VF.n, President. Qeouoe W. 1'ui.i.kn, Vice I'rest. tlr.UliEN D. Oui.VEli, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAK, OHIO. Jlce Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Does a genornl bonking business, receives tpostts, discounts paper, nnd buys nnd.sclls '.kchaugc. "BANK In central room In tho James ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Attoroey-at-Law and Notary P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

& 4I ip m t, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Amono tho recent Imports wore, 15,000 campaign buttons. Titos far tho watering placo Boason has not boon a success. Thirteen Chicago millionaires mado tholr moans In drygoods. Hoc factories In this country now turn out wob printing presses. Wallop Is tho suggostlvo uatno of a California school teacher. Sam Jones recolvod $1,000 for proachlng a week at Chllllcothc, Mo. An electric light towor 12.') feet high Is to bo erected in Allegheny City, Pa. Tim Paris census shows 0,01ft Amorlcans, 1,701 English and 83,703 Qormans. A Brooklyn woman support a husband and Uftoon children by selling papors. A New Hami'bikre Court has dcclarod speculating on margins to bo gambling. Mns. Mao oi e Van Cott, tho woman ro vlvallst, Is at work at Old Orchard, Mo. The ostato of tho Into lllrnm Slbloy, oi Rochester, Is cstimntod to bo $10,000,000. Electric lights In eakos of ico Isanovolty (or tho Illumination of ballrooms abroad. The Pittsbu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

t h A, r 'V i DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN FLAG. I "for Cleveland, Thurman and Tariff Reform." PLEADING FOR REFORM. Senator Whiting, of Illinois, Annonnces III Determination to Support Mr. Cleve land The President Representing a Great Principle Vlotr of a Life-Long Republican. " Mon do not mako ondurlng political parties. To earn and rotaln tbo confldonco of tho votori of this country a party must bold prlnclplo higher than mon." Lorenzo D. Whiting was tho speaker. Ho saw Chiongo In 1818; ho camo to Tlskllwa fifty years ago; ho was tho trusted ally of Owen Lovejoy, tho abolitionist; again and nguln through olghtoon years ho wsb re turned to tho Stato Sonulo by Ropubllcan Totes. In 1809 In tho Illinois Constitutional convont'on Senator Whiting was tho first to introduco a mensuro looking to tho control of corporations by legislative enactment. A man of pronounced ability and rugged honosty, ho Is rounding his throc-scoro years and ton rich In tho respect of thoso who Unow him best. Six months...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

" T AaimT" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, , 0,W. BREHM. l'foprlttoi - Editor, A. H. Wilson, ..'V , I SATURDAY, AUG 1 1888 flittered at (he Posl-offlcc at Logan , as Sccond-etass matter. .Democratic Ticket. President, .GROVER CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLEN 0. THURiMAN. Secretary of Stato BOSTON 0. YOUNG. Supremo Judgo LYMAN It. 01UTCIIFIELD. -Member or Hoard of Public Works JAMES EMM1T. Electors nfc Largo W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTHWAITE, District Elector WILLIAM" P. PRICE. Common Pleus Judge. TALL SLOUGH. County Ticket. Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. ,The Hocking: County Cleve land Club Meets the first and third Friday ovenings of each month, at Hart- man's Hall. All Democrats arc In vited to be present. (C. J. JKimcuxsMrnnt. Pros (Joins: SiuviUjUV, Secretary. Rkpuolican platform cheap AVhisky and tobacco. Democratic platform cheap food and clothing. Republican Idea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

t l 4 T aVi . Il lit. IS" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Jil), L. WILSOJT, City Editor Rain unci wind storm on Fri day. D. V. Frlosnor was In Logan Sunday. Mr. John Donovan la visiting In Now York. Thos. Nixon, of V Va., was In town Monday. Tho old school hotiBO will not ho rcmodulod. Mrs. doStclgor, of Athens Is visiting in Logan. A pic-nlo is being held at tho Hock IIouso to-day. Phil Thompson has boon re instated in his old position. Bruco Dollison is employed in tho Haydouvlllo tilo works. Mr. Samuol Pickering, of Ath ens, wus in Logan last Sunday. Chas Barker, of tho Athens Journal, was in Logan this week. Robert Ryan, of Athens, spent Sunday visiting friends In this city. Mrs. 0. M. Bowlby and daught er visited in Fairfield county last week. Miss D. Mathews intends open ing a milllnory store in Nolson vllle. Mrs. William Armstrong of Perry Tp., is visiting hero this week. Col. Rompol thrashed 1200 bu. of wheat, tho production of this year. Miss Besssle Isemlncer, of Columbus, i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

r . ft f tva. ' &, TWV ,;wrF THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. TX3QAN. i OHIO. OLD SAWS IN RHYME. .If you don't litis It, lump It) don't blow your own horn) Too big for hl bottont) aeknowlodgo ,tho corn. -Standing wnter't unwholesome ft standing dobt, too', .And only glvo honor where honoris duo. As clay In the potter's hands) might maketh right! TJo not be the tall to another ono's klto. The sweet bread of Idlcnoss moitly Is crust! do oats humble pie ; ho takes nobody's dust. A Jewells consistency; all fiddle faddlo; Strlko tlio dog In tho manger; your own canoe paddle. Tfurslng troublo don't mond It; speak not than speak 111; "Ktio still pig's tho ono which gots most of the will. Upon Its own bottom oaeh tub ought to stand; Christmas comoth but onco In a year; hand In hand. The children of old maids and bachelor's wires Are perfect; shank's mare; but tho fittest sur vives. Any port In a storm ; going off llko hot cakes ; In jour pipe put and smokolt; sly boots; no great shakos. Somo old two-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

i -vj.y to WESTERN DUGOUTS. The Hotine of Knrly llomoiteml Clntmnntt In Knnnasnml Nebraska. To bogln with, tho habitation of tho homoatcndor is olthor a dugout or a houso built of squares of soil taken from tho pralrlo Nebraska or Kansas brick, as thoy are facetiously tormed. The dugout consists of a holo dug In tho side of a canyoti or any Hort of depres sion on tho pralrlo which will sorvo ns a wlnd-bronlc. This holo is roofed across, about on a lovol with tho pralrlo with inch boards, and thoso nro oovorcd with Bod. A foot or so of stoTO-plpo protruding from tho roof Is tho solo indication of a human habita tion. Ono room gonorally servos all tho purposes of tho homostoador and his family. If ho prospors for a sea son, ho adds to tho front of his nbodo iby oroctlng walls of sod on tho sides pnd putting In a now front, tho old ono serving as a partition botweon tho two rooms. This is considered a commodi ous dwelling. Aftor riding over tho qunrtor section looking for an owner, esp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 August 1888

wfr JUBILEE OF 1888. THE GREAT CFNTENNIAt PAGEANT AT CINCINNATI. .THE firF.OTAOUt.Alt PRnT!tr,NT FOB 1-JJIUItU UCNIUIATIONS. A rrrfert WlliUrnfM of Clvlo and Mili tary Dlgnltarlen, Allegorical Floats, Trndo Displays and Uniformed Organl zntlnni Th Orontent Spaetucle Ever Seen In Uin W,st. .Tupltor Plttvius Joined tho vast pro fession of tho Ohio Volley and North western peoplo In honoring tho centen .nlnl nnulveranry ot tho settlement of tho section ot country Inhabited by them, nnd contributed his mltu In tbo shr.pe of a cool, refreshing shower, just boforo tho starting of tho magnificent day pageant in the Queen City on the afternoon of the 4th Inst. And such n pageant as it wan 1 Great things were expected, but no such display a occurred was over ,lrcnmcd of. Cincinnati hns earned a world-wide reputation In this line, but tho speotacular display given left all futuro competitors iu a hopeless condi tion, us tho only possible way Iu which a grander ono could be Insured demands ,th...

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