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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 August 1888

V J i irsrr'frST-"rf t wur x '( S )?(---' up? 4 a 5 K w m -v , , . r . t. Iltiil tMjfi0 iifeB . TW aiWV t tft1 w r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ! IdOB OFFICE. The LARGER ClttCULATION I THAH ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, j iMorfi News for Less Money,? Alt Kinds of 1 lob Printing Done A'lI&Lf'L7LL(lZ'A YOk. III. KO. 8. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1888. TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAH. Mi im ,l .:,- H 1 1 I 1 I H VI 111 1 K1 A S i r 11; im Vs I e' i er, ! lit vA 54 u w IK It j It f t .? W- ft i" t c r i1 r F l! m iv it 1 I 1 l Ell -it 'fit 'I ' ' t T J I' l !" J ,V f" frt I A! IB- w m THE PEOPLES' BANK or tdoAN. i'nsli Capital, $50,000.00. Dopo.'iltg secured by Individual liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. foreign Urartu mul Htcninshlp Tickets ror finlo nt low est rates. OFFICII, Uoom No. 5, Opera House. Ii.wviiRNnr: A. Our.vntt, Frctilcnt. ,Ui:uitai: W. l'ui.M'.N, Vli-u l'rcsl. ltlttniuN 1). Oui.vmx, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGuLN, OHIO. ' Uco Hours fro...

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. — 11 August 1888

pr' is- ?K- VI tww I i K.I fc THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OUIO. CURRENT TOPICS. An ntitl-mustnche movement has set In In Loiulon, Sunday marriages aro nutl and void In l'cmisylvttiila. Sunday nmirlagos will not logally holil In l'ciiiuylviinln. A LAnuK mnjorlty of tbo hcrotuot of novels lira blondes. A New Yoiik sign reads: "Women treated for ugliness." I.N I'ittsbuigh buttermilk saloons nro do ing fi flourishing buslncw. TllKttEnro IXJ.OOO mothers In Tennessee who can not read or w rite. IN libl), Vancouver, 11. C, had 1,000 In habitants. Mow It has '20,UO0. London expend more- than $1ff,')00,0OO every year in utrltig for tbo poor. It Is estimated that about o0,0U0 pcoplo have gono to Kuropothls suiniuar. Tills l'rlnco of Naples Is said to bo tho best amateur photographer In Italy. AiwucoT tious sixteen months old aro producing fiult In Tiiltuo County, Cal. Cholera Is making fearful linvou among the Kuropeau lcsldeuts of Hong Kong. Japan Is about to establish a system of torpedo cons...

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. — 11 August 1888

y&v It i u Liit E"? -" THE MJLLS BILL. Comploto Lint of Dutloa Roformod Thoroby. Tlllnf "A mil to lloilnco luxation nnd Simplify tlin J,nw In Itolntlon to the Collection of tlio Itevenus." EXPLANATORY, Tho following la nil of tho Wills bill which mftUcs any chnngo of tho Tariff Duties. Tho sections making cortnln modifica tions ot tho rtoilo of collection nro omlttod. As reported from tho Commlttoo on Woys and Meant, tho bill contnlnod tho clausos that aro tnctosod In Ibracltcts, but vol tboso that aro printed In Italics. Aspnssodby tho House, It ontatnsno latter, but not tho fortnor, Thoso changes aro tho amendments miulo to tho orig inal bill In tho House. Editor Chicago Vlobt. Tim fiiee Ltsr. Be it enacted, etc. Sue. 1. That on nnd nttor tho first day of July October', eighteen hun dred nnd clghty-elght, tho following articles mentioned In this section, whon Imported, shall Jha exempted from duty! jN Timber, hown nnd sawed, nnd timber usod ior spars nnd In building wlmrvo.i. ...

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. — 11 August 1888

,.-, 'vr'f 'ik ,-rfv " ( - ,w ft, fc-B, .13. "s i . if " "THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. Wi BREltM. . Ftoprtotot A.. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor, SATURDAY, AUG It - lS Entered atliel'osl-offlcettt Logan (is (jccond'clatx matter. .Democratic Ticket. President, GWOVpit CLEVELAND. Vica-Prosidont, V- - ALLEN G.THURMAN, Secretary of State BOSTON 0. YOUNG, Supreme Judge LYMAN 11. CRITCIIFIELD. jIombor of Board of Public Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Largo W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Cjrcujt .Judge, SETH WELDY. For Congress .JOSEPH II. OUTHWAITE. DistrlctNElcctor v WILLIAM P. PRICE. sCommon Picns Judge, TALL SLOUGH. ounty Ticket, Treasuror. B.H.ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. yillGILC, LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. The Hocking: County Cleye- land Club Meets the Jlrst nud third Friday .evenings pf each month, at Hart- man's Hall. All Democrats are in- yited to be present. C. J. Ji:unrjENS$tEn:n, Pros. jJoiin Shiveley, Secretary. Tin: Messenger of Peace, a B...

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. — 11 August 1888

'. r -. ,.w (Hjp r A i' I , -V i J A. h t in i i ' I LC,... VT7- V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JSJ). L. WILSON, City Editor. Mrs. Andy Holl Is sick. O. A.' Kotti hns closed out his 1akcry. ' Judgo Friesner was In Lan caster this week. A western letter will bo found on tho first page. Blackberries aro getting to bo n thing of the past WiUItcsslor attended tho Mc Arthur fair on Friday. ; Chas Bowbly was InMcArthur on business Thursday. Geo. Klclnschmldt has been sick for the past week. Mort Smith will give a concert At tho dpora House soon. The Republicans have a "blow out" in Nelsonvillo to-day. Some one has predicted frost for tho first of September. A Democratic Club will be or ganized In Buchtel to-night. O. W. H. Wright was In Col umbus, on business this week. Tom Shotwell was in Colum bus on Wednesday on business. A. H. Wilson was at Mc Arthur on Thursday, attending the fair. Miss Josie Davenport is visit ing friends in Washington C. H. Miss Nan Gallagher went to McArthur on T...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 August 1888

'v-,w, ttfrWw .' svw? '"t'-ri))v v,VTi' 7?7 1t, -' ii t -" ' J,( t J t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN. onto SIC TRANSIT. O wnndrom lite of Jo; and strength While man's joung power umpont If, Through nil Iho ten yoatV jojroiu length, The hot anil Oiigor twentlcil Next comes tho dccitdo sweot nnil strong, Years whcio 110 hnrm or hurt Is, When llfo poun forth Its fullest long Tho promt ami pimloiulo thirties. Life's summer plows! with llower unit fruit Tho loni; ilny nil toVhort It, And well Its glorious splendors suit Our mid day world, tho forties. Is this tho first approach of nlitht? Yes; downward now our drift Is, A on wo f'jro through waning light, Slow sinking through tho fifties. Still closer folds our narrowing r.mga; Our fnto moro sure and Itxcd Is For good or 111, small clmnce of change When onto wo ronch tho slxtlos. Darkens tho shadow of tho tomb, And cither hell or heaven 'tis, As life, pint, present and to come. Looks on us through tho sovcntlos. Shut out from manhood's oarlle...

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. — 11 August 1888

TKT p"icr-'","T' '"ysff vy "" "-" ",w-n 'I??T? w " ,.,, , J,, f -TCyini.ji ,MlJii-i'pWiaiT--1ivywy;-ryrwr rw-w'r- y "rTBffiy ' T1- r -"?wwniP" -mw--- rquW R I H. k k V If r h '? I h ? Bfc :'f MRS. GLADSTONE. ISmethInr Abotit thit NoMe Wife of Rn Rlntiil'n Orrtnd Old Mnn. I No woman llvo a moro tisoful Ufa 'than ihp wlfo of England's greatost itnan. Although Bovonty-sl years old, (Mrs. Glndstono has nttll sufficient ,onorgy to rolloot tho motto ndoptcd by hor when only a Uttlo fflrh "If you Vrnnt a thing wolt dono do It yoursolf." Hor fathor, Sir Richard Qlynno, Bart., of Hawnnlon Castlo, was In tho habit of saying thut ovon as a child, this pot daughter evinced a remarka ble talent for leadership; and subco qucnt ovonts havo proved that tho baronet's Impression was correct. Whtlo Mrs. Gladstone is in perfect sympathy with hor husband and over rendy to bo of sorvico to him, yot sho is moro interested In raising tho moral tind social standard of thoso around her than In any thing else...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 August 1888

tfT' tp,W 'jRiltfTC -,f"'f'".-'fpr ,gy.rf?rf1-?'' l l " W " T 1 rtwajanitaj3Titrtrorr?3PiyaTBwtwxyJ:s'-t,BiTiiL.itPpii Ho Cnuiyhl A Sucker. Tho Hxperlciico onoiiui Who Fori I llctl Ills l'ockd With Flslihool.s. "11111 Clmrters wns n vory oildlii ill mtiii tlint t, If ho vni out of u Job hn'd tloviso somo way of hii own to prnciiro Iho wherewithal to keep n flro In tho grato iitul pro vlsloni In Iho puntry," Hitirt tv iiuui in a Slain strcot citrtir atoro the other night. vwy . '"n SPECIAL FKATUI:S OF THr CINCINNATI CENTENNIAL EX POSirlON, NOW IN FULL BLAST. NotcHIph, AttrnnttoD) nuil Cuiln.ltlrs Never Uefuro Oullrclcil loRotliri One at tlio Mont Complcto P.Iinouuu lu Iho World. The Clncltmntl Centennial Is bo largo nnd of such n varied character, rom- tiowd ni it is o articles riualnt, inrje. Jl!llw..sNofonl Of T' " Ar'V'LVrtnr Ashing. On Winter ovonlnjra ni mUistrj, that It would bo luipo-slblo to home, If ho hud nothing hotter to' givo anything liko mi ailoqunto idea of It, ,do, o...

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. — 18 August 1888

tr fn wjp K (? -9UW wis vvrvvr vw vwwu J THE OHIO DEMOCRAT S JOB OFFICE. The Ohio Democrat. tf" 5 LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, 3 More News for Less Money, I tl r Alt, Kinds of Job .Prliiliuu Done j ill LOWEST l It HJHS. I I vol. in. no. o. r LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 1H, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PEE, YEAR. it ,rwlTW'!1JW!flSP'v V' ' '""'''ifii;if(' wt 'vw -yMT i i A P I u r. f? THE PE0PLES, BANK OF I.OOAN. i'nsh CtipHnl, - $r(,O0O.O0. Deposits tioetircd by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Oops 11 gpiiernl banking business. Forplgn walls mid Htpnmshlp Tickets rir sato nt low est rates. OFFICE, Koom No. C, Opera Honsc. Ij.whi:n(!k A. Ctir.VKR, I'resldcnt. Ukoimk W. l'UM.KN, Vim l'rost. Huuiikn 1). Gm.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOO AN, OHIO. lice Hours from 9 11. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $60,000.- tToIiu Witlhcr, President. Clias. E.liotvcn, Cashier. lines a general banking business, receives eposltH, discounts paper, mill buy...

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. — 18 August 1888

"Sir tf " " Xi Y m i miiijimimi inimmfin .fnn"!1""' 'uwiwou'w V , U Ho Cimglil A' 1 Bueker. The llxpcrlpuco of u Jinn Who Fori I Ilcil lilt L'ockc) Willi I'lslilioolis. SPECIAL RATD11KS OF THr CINCINNATI CENTENNIAL EX POSirlON, NOW IN FULL DLA3T. "11111 Chnrtcm wus n very origin al man Unit 1, If ho wuh out of tt Job ho'd dovlso sou)o wny of Ills own to nrocuro tho wherewithal to keep a flro In tho gruto uiul pro visions In tho puntry," said u in tin n a Main strcol cigar Hloro tho other night. "JIM wuh also fond of fishing. On winter ovonlngs al homo, If ho had nothing bettor to' .do,h,c, would haul out his fishing tnckjoxuiri Inspect it thoiotighly, I ami then, nfterjnukiugtwoor three now fangled lly hooks, ho'd place I tho outfit back In its box, lit the ,saino tlino knowing that ho'd he ,untiblo to uso hia tackle for pro bably six months. ' "Jllll lived in Uoston when 1 first know him. That was eighteen or .twenty years ago. llo was a tin smith by trade. I wont up ono ,night to ...

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. — 18 August 1888

"$' jw-v f W$? ww. t it ri M 4 'i II 0 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO, C CURRENT TOPICS. The Stoto of Missouri owes 19,000,000. A place In Alabama Is named Jim An Parasols of straw aro being cnrrlod In Paris. Madame Tatii wants to sell hcrcastlo In Wales. A Mtss Lego has married n Mr. Hand In Montana. Tub modern dyer controls 15,000 dlrter mt shades of color. - i' Anna Huffnkr, of Illinois, Is tho Invon tor of a window sliado. Snails, frogs' legs and goeso livers aro epicurean dishes In Franco. Franco lost half a million francs by tho 'ecent rains through ruined crops. California has tho largest general fruit crop over grown by tho Goldon Stato. One Battlo Crock (Mich.) factory ships machinery to thirty-six ' rolgn countrios. Sixtv-kivk dollnrs wns paid for a Quoon Anno farthing at a recent salo in London. Pdoet Sound flr Is taking tho placo of walnut, ash and mahogany for lino car work. Wisconsin parties havo comraoncod tho raising of bulTaloos for tbo sako of tholr aides. The larg...

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. — 18 August 1888

's- -j 4, W v t W "Tff iFWiP9JiF wf "r!5fffT-. jr - f ,. !' tC it - A 4 I' l?i l& A: r. A NOTABLE CONVERSION. One nf tho Reverent IHotta Attained by the l(piul)llcnn 1'nrty, Ono of tho most Important Into con versions from tho Republican party to tho principles of tariff reform and Democracy la that of Mr. Owon G. ILovojoy,. a promlnont resident of rrlncoton, 111., and tho son of tho fa mous Abolitionist, Owon Lovojoy. Mr. Lovojoy has boon all his llfo a Repub lican. But the high-tariff absurdities of that party aro moro than ho can on duro. As ho assorts, "tho history of tho country, from Aloxandor Hamil ton and Thomas Jofforson to James O. Dlaino, declares In ono voice that tax ation shall bo imposod upon tho luxu ries and rollovod from tho nocossarlos of life." This sentlmont secured for him tho Domocratlo Congressional nomination in tho Sovonth Illinois dis trict. Mr. Lovojoy Is absolutely right whon ho assorts that tho history of tho Nation 1b in favor of tho taxation of th...

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. — 18 August 1888

1J1 tw,A t j- jiiuii rmmmi "--.c-.r-ii i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a U.W.UKEHM. Propriotoi A.. H. Wilson, - Editor , 8ATUUDAY, AUG 18 - 1883 Jintcrcttal the Post-offlccat Lotan fis Second-class mutter. Democratic Ticket. t . President, .ailOVEIl CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLEN a. TUUilMAN, Secretary of Stnto BOSTON G. YOUNG. Supreme Judge LYMAN It. C1UTG1IFIEL7). Member or Board of Public Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Largo ,W. W. ELLSBER11Y, WILLIAM D. HILL. , For Circuit Judge, SETII WELDY. r Congress JOSEPH II. OUTIIWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM P. PltlCE. ,Conunon Picas Judgo. TALLSLOUOII. r .Comity Ticlcct. Treasurer. h B. IT. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. - vinaiL c LowitY, i' Commissioner, GEO. MAltKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATH IAS. The Hocking County Cleve land CI ul) Meets the llrst and third Friday .ovenings of each month, at Ilart jnan's Hall. All Democrats aro in .vi tod. to bo prcsont. C. J. Jj:uitc.j:NSjiKn:n, Pros. JJoiin SiiiVKiiKY, Secretary. A I'UOTr.ui'ivJ: tarlt...

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. — 18 August 1888

"Wi t f- 1 " - w?' tVil"'fJO'' I r h( 4, 4 b ! U IT . ' v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JD. X. WILSOXt City Editor. Miss May Kosslor Is visiting in Lancaster. Rob "Work, of Mnrlottn, wns In Logan Sunday. Al II. Brook lias returned from Park Springs. Nelsonvlllo is going to havo electric light. Low McGlll and wlfo woro at Enterprise last Sunday. Harry Qrcar, of Lancastor was visiting In Logan this week. John Donovan has returned from his visit In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Qoorgo Mum ford nro visiting frlonds In tho west. Lawrence Kosslor has boon qulto sick for tho past few days. Dnniol Gold of Qlblsonvllle, paid this office a visit Thursday. Jacob Friend and wlfo, of Laurelvlllo woro in town Monday. The blackboards In tho public school buildings aro being repair ed. Jo Schorr, has returned from a four weeks visit with friends In Iowa. Miss Emma Bragg, of Colum bus was visiting in tho city last week. Miss Hannah Lehman was visiting in New Straltavlllo last week. Mrs. J. P. White Is visi...

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. — 18 August 1888

rTS'1' TWU,!! -MI31. '! 'ty sp-mr-l -Tn&Jj? KTfKJW" ,;,-iii . mW'- I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN. Olim MY DEAR FRIEND. Adown tho valo of Llfo together tVo walked In spring anil winter weather, When days wete dim, whon days were bright) Mr trlonil of whom God's will tiereft mo, AVhoio kind, congenial spirit left mo And went forth In tho Unknown Night. I saw his stop prow morn InraUrt, 1 nw his cheek grow pallid pallid, Wlthor like a dying rosos Until at length being all too weary For Life's rudo sconos nnd places dreary. Ho hade fnrewoll to friends nnd foes. This 1 his grave: The spring with Dowers llestrews It In the morning hours, Her rarest rosos o'er hlra bowed; And summer pausos to deploro lilm, And weeping Winter arches o'er hlra Her solemn drnpory of cloud. lie was not faultless : clod who gavo him Life, nnd Christ who died to snro him Sent Sorrow, wherewith bo was tried; And If as I, who loved him, name him, micro should bo heard n volco to blamo him, May wo not answer: Chri...

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. — 18 August 1888

j vH"i ii 'jujssjjanvy i- fTW1 '"t-"T -, - '9B'T r It . Ba f w e ft ; ( J,, ills- r WORTHLESS MANUSCRIPTS. Mow Pnbtlnhem Dispose of Molt of lh Work Submitted to Them. Of tho vast multttudo of manuscripts offorotl to book publlshors ovory yoar, probably Bovonty-flve per cont. aa worthtoss, or, at least, aro not worthy of publication In book form. It is nstontshlnghow many pooplo thoro aro tn tho world who imaglno thoy aro capablo of writing a book. It is still moro astonishing how fow ovor dis cover tho truth of ttia matter, and ac knowledge themselves mistaken. Even though tholr manuscripts may have boon rojected by half a scoro of pub llshors, thoy go down to their graves bollovlng themselves tho victims of n baso conspiracy to crush nspiring gonitis. Such loyal solf-confldonco wcro almost eubllmo wore it not so ridiculous. Thoro Booms to bo a widespread be lief among would-bo authors that pub lishers uro their natural cnomics, and thoy tako n peculiar, not to say ilendlsh, delight...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 August 1888

W-"' WHOT&WSWSBP" Y fi-WBSf' ' -f vfr "V iT awTiuii'Awwmijn-Trrii)oatMTjfjMi-nii'iw innjramit'im m-wtfti.iMiwjp Buiievolonl Millioitiiti'UH Tfi'iprriinlzutlin of lite "T IiuihiiiuI DofQiiiiiTM of Aiiiorluuu Industry" In'riAuiy onu of llit oiiist frrultfyhitf uvotilt of inmlorn Hint's, It shows n lorty uiisi'lflslmuss In tiunrtora Wlioro wo Hlionld IcnMt o.vjioot it. J I ere 1110 it thousand uiitlotiiun who do no work with their own hum) hut who hire tho work of oth ers. Naturally lliuir Intorosls would acL'in to lay In tho dlrocllon of ehciip hihor. lint tlioy euro nothing for Bullish interests. They have bunded together in a niovo ,inont to suuuro liigher wages for tlicirworkiuou, und theirhoarts are so set on this olijeet that they have contributed $IOU,000 to help Hulling. This money is not to bo spent directly In wagosjlt Is to ho spout in persuading tho people of the United States to tax themselves and hand tins proceeds over to tho pub-Jiu-spiritud Defenders. Theso gentlem...

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. — 25 August 1888

ifj-asiKaisStKai;.',,!.-: v i -.xfejKai-TSSJSSSSSIF t jf&pi jV '4 K, ftrw ,fl't" - ) . 4vf fr 'HfidWfcrn. ' f- ,,- fc V' - tVrtiW 't r l TheOhio LARGER 'CIRCULATIONS s JOB OFFICE. THAHAHY PAPER IH THE VALLEY. I t All K huts of Job Printing Done ' More News for Less Money. I I at TjO WEST PJtICES. Bktkt VOL. III. NO. 10. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 'DEM '4rw 4T h w a nn ULKA I . J V IV Vv I-' f L ' fr I "? ) THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, $00,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over- :' " Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Pool a general banking business. Foreign DrnfiB and HtcatiiHlilp Tickets for snlo nt low i'Bt rales. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawiiknce A. Ouj.vnn, President. Qkoiiob W. 1'um.kn, Vice Brest. UKUiir.N D. Coi.VKit, Cnslilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. iflco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $00,006, John Walker, President. ' Chas. E. liowen, Cashier. Door a genernl banking bus...

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. — 25 August 1888

gyy;l-W',WiS7-fT' ?9'1iw V"r f" r- " i-vtr"' ' vjBW" ' ' w M,'P?!Wp " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. OURRENT TOPICS. Queen- Natai.ir Is In Pari. Butteiiiiilk plo Is a new sort, ' .. A new ear-ring Is a tiny gold barrel. A small town la Michigan has seven brass bands. Tnn Philadelphia mint coined 3,000,000 cents In July. .,: "Sliced lemon" Is the newest millinery tint in London. Tub Parts census rocords tho names of 0,015 Amorlcans. Mns. Sheridan Is still young, bolng but thlrty-flvo and beautiful. The Prlncoof Wales continues to gain In flesh, much to his chagrin. A nonrtED snake, flvo foot long, has boon titled In Emanuol County, Ga. A Michioander has patented a concorn that catches a pig In an open Hold. Tests at tho Chicago stock-yards show that Texas cattlo fever Is contagious. Russia's now military law will Increase her army by four hundred thousand men. There are about 40,000 more men In Chi cago than women, according to a recent census. It took a Chicago Arm a year to And oi...

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. — 25 August 1888

'rfCt"U k'm m ,' t$f " t t IV m. T M cv i- if i A (JL ft u V J .?' fe POLITICS IN HOOSlERDOM. Why Itnrrlson In Sura to tone III Own Stuto by a Miff Majority. All eyes hero nro fixed on Indiana. In tho estimation of thoshrowd politi cians of both parties tho Hooslor Stuto Is tho pivot on whloh tho Presidential contost will turn. Tho Domocratlo managers woto novor surer of carry ing tho Stato than thoy aro to-day. Thoy aro not at all afraid of Candidate Harrison's porsonnl popularity. Thoy havo mot him hoforo on tho Indiana bnttlo-fiold, wlioh his rocord was short er, and consequently less objoctlonablo than now, and whipped him In a fair fight. That was In 1876, when ho ran forGovornor, and tho Republicans had Ollvor T. Morton for a loador, b splen did organization and tho Federal Troasury to draw upon. Tho Repub licans havo lost ground sinco thoy won tholr scratch victory by tho uso of an ovorwholmlng corruption fund In 1880, and tho Democrats havo steadily gained on them. Tho young...

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