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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 August 1888

tifw, - '"Bf in ?" tff JF "fTy- ' l .'I !WWW THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHM, Proprletol A.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. BATUIIDAY, AUG 1G - 1888 Entered at tle Pot-ojjlce at Logan as ticcond-otaas matter. Democratic Ticket. Prosfdont, GROVEIl CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLEN G. TIIURMAN. Secretary of Stato BQST.ON G. YOUNG. Supremo Judge LYMAN U. CltlTCIIEIELD. $f ember of Board of public Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Lurgo W". W. ELLSBEItRY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Circuit Judge, SETII WELDY. For Congress JOSEPH H. QUTHWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM, P. PRICE. Common Plens Judge. TALL SLOUGH. jCouiity Ticket. Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. yiRGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. The Hocking County Clove land Club Meets the first and third Friday evenings of each month, at Ilart uian's Hull. All Democrats are in vited to be present. C. J. Jkuiigensmkiek, Pres. (John Siiivklky, Secretary. Three full grown Englishmen would scare the Republi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 August 1888

w p U i 7 4 V k I V i if w h THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. JSD, Z. WIL802T, City Editor, Athens fair next week. Georgo Klctnschmidt is quite sick. Ed Donovan was In Lancaster Sunday. Judge S. H. Bright Is visiting In the South. Washington 0. H. fair is to be held next week. Dr. Salm made his usual visit hero on tHo 20th. Iletnouibor 'the plc-nlc at Straltsvlllo Aug. 28. We had a very refreshing rain in this section Tuesday. ThoC. H.V. AT. Ry. pay car -visited this section on Monday. The funeral of Mrs. Dixon took place on Saturday afternoon last. J. M. Floyd has been appointed deputy post-master at this blace. The Councilmcn of Athens re pealed tho prohibition ordinance. W. H. Lehman of Ward Tp., is spending afew weeks in Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. John Kinneman .are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Higgins. John Hill'lard, of South Perry was attending the Teachers' In stitute. Miss Mary P. Campbell, of South Perry was in Logan Wed nesday. Mrs. Allen Tltler and daught er are visiting in Logan. Lanc...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 August 1888

ESa '. tf?' .&" . t K.IiifciJfiHfelW- yr 3&&- F -,' ,-,' . -r M -. r i, r. - t ' . T & ; .tt&fit THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOUAN. OHIO AS SHE POMES DOWN THE LANE. Along the Holds tho shadows (all, Tho sun la hanging loir, And on the lwmsntlcd wall The sntt lights come and so. A zephyr waited from aboe, Drifts e'or tho wavluit grain, M j heart rocs out to meet my tove, As sho comes down tho tana. I lean upon the moss-grown bars, As 'long tho path sho fares. My gracious queon, no blemish mars The coronet sho wears. The scepter In her woman's hand Will banish caro and pain, Tor I nm lord of nil the land Whon sho comes down the lane. Soft broozos play about her now, And lift nor shining hair. Tho sunsot glow Is on her brow, To mnko her passing fair. Her boauteous face, her modost mien, To picture them wcro vain, And sho Is mine, my bonny quoon. As alio eomos lo-vn tho lano. Tho daisies nod ns sho goes by, The wild rose blushes pink. Swcot song-birds round her pathway fly, A...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 August 1888

J -91, "' ' I i IG A fr ''.Z PUNGENTjPARAQRAPHS. In pollto olrolos tho word "drunk r "Intoxicated" Is no longer used. "OroresUmatod his capacity" la tho proper thing. Epoch. -Oldgonttoman (to convict) "What Is tho most objectionable fenturo you find In prison life, my dear frlond." Convict "Wlsttors." iV. Y. Bun. "Look out (or number ono" Is llko tho baseless fabric of a dronm to a widow on tho qui vivc fomBooond Iiub hand. Binghamlon Republican. It Is Bald that kissing wns Intro duced Into England by Rowcna. There aro lots of follows who would llko to subscrlbo $5 for a monument to Rowena. Burlington Free Press. St. Louis man (witnessing "Julius Ctosar") "Do you notlco, my donr, With what statoly grace Brutus moves aboutP" Wlfo "Yes, and ho Is In IiIb night-gown, too. It's wonderful!" "I notice," remarked Amy, "that tho milk shako Is making a heap of fuss now " "Yes," roplled tho IllghSchool 'girl, "tho lacteal agitation is responsi ble for considerable- perturbation." Pittsburgh C...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 August 1888

'fy op"1"'1 t rti i . !)flH j 'X HMlfFTffflyiT 'JTW't't Wl"W VTt AN INSTITUTION 4 JChut Iiults Aflnr the Mnlcrlnt Intrrtftt i f,, of Slrnnpnm. No feoturo of tho Clnolnnntl Centen nial Imposition Is hotter appreciated by tho tbotwintli of HtmnuorBwho visit Cln clunatl Mmn tho Huroaii of Information, tocfttpit In' tho Park Uuiiillng. It Is to tho M ranger n "Riifile, iilillosoper nml friend;" It naves ouo from extortion; It jrjvcs.iilm tho best nuel most nccurnto in Www W$W Tin: iNronMATioN nurtn.vr. tormntlou upon ovory concoivnblo mat ter; it finds him a boarJing-houso; di rects him to Ills train; pilots him around lately amid tho intricacies of vast and strnngo buildings, and performs theso md similar services Krntiiltously. Tho DtHco of this usoful institution is plainly but neatly fitted up, and all day until tho :loso of the "show" at night polito and tvell-informed attaches nro in uttondanco :to render every nssistanco possihlo to ."strangers in astrango land." The agents ol th...

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

CM mmsAmmmm hj- IS. I r .' ? i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT I JOB OFFICE.! t iK 7Cw otoh J'rhitttiff Done J ie Ohio LARGER CIRCULATION j ( THAN Afflf PAPER 1H THE VALLEY, j More News for Less Money, j VOJL. III. NO. 11. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1888. TEEMS, $.1.50 PER YEAH. a-SLiTM-a-....- I II I MM T Democrat tt A i i . 1' ( X, I; iii THE PEOPLES' BANK OP L0OAN. Uash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Docs n general blinking buslncFP. Foreign Drafts nml HtcimiHlilp Tickets for sale nt low est rntos. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera llotiso. LAwitKNCi: A. Ctn.vr.it, President. Qkouob W. l'UM.r.s, Vlre l'rest. llnunr.x D. Guf.viai, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK of TjOgan, omo. Tlco Hours from 9 a. m. to 0 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Valkcr, President. Chas. E. JBoivcn, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, rcrelvos jposlts, discounts paper, uud buys nml bells ' change. T8J-HANK In central room In the Jnmcs mlock. ATT...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 September 1888

'W& TWSSSJ- -v 'PP' vrwpw wfix Tirilly wanwBsyw -, yr " .r- -" u Si. i it .: 3tv THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Jackson, Tlldcn nnd Cleveland wore born on March IS. Peachks nro now treated with ozone In bulk to proscrvo them, Iowa has no loss thnn ton women county school superintendents. Tub cost of public education tn Prussia Is 11 f teen cents per head. To cuke nnd heal n running sore, apply alum water twice a day. Okneiul SimninAN loft a paid-up llfo tnsuranco policy of ti'i.OOO. The wall-paper manufacturers nro thinking of forming atrust. Continukd wet weather In England lias nearly ruined tho buy ciop. You can now go from Paris to Constan tinople by rail In throe, days. Mme. Cahnot, wlfo of tho French Presi dent, parts lior hair on ono side. It Is proposed to hold a mineral orposl ilon In Nnshvlllo, Tcnn., In 1800. Bears aro unusually numerous In tho mountains about Lako Tnlioo, Nor. Dn, Talmaoe received 11,200 for two Vilks at tho Piedmont, Chautauqua. The...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 September 1888

tf "'"' ' """"'"" ' -' -"flj "" , llll.l.l ..OU.lL ,..,.mCT. u OPENING THE CAMPAIGN. ho Flrat Guu Fired by tho Old Roman at Port Huron, Mloh. Tho Sophistries of l'rntncted Manufactur ers nnd Tholr Itepubllcnn Allien Bwcpt Away Why Laboring i Men Should Do Domoomti. Tho flrot campnlgn gun of tho Nation, echoing tho policies of tho tlckots from nn QUthorltntlvo eourco, was sounded at Port Huron, Mich., tho othor day, by tho Domo. crattc candldnto for tho Vico-Frostdoncy, Ex-Bonntor Allon O. Thurman. Tho "Old Itoman" saldi Ladles nnd gontlomon, will you kindly allow mo to kcop my cap on J Cries of "Yos sir." ' Certainly.'1 I nm nfrald that this cold north wind might do mo somo barm If 1 went barohoadod, nnd, although I am perfectly willing to uncover my head . boforo tho people, I don't want to break J down at tha beginning of tho campaign. Cries of "Good," "Good," "Keep It on," and cheers. My friends, thli Is tho first tlmoln my llfo that I bavo had tho honor of speaking In your Btato...

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

?n W " -WW -T1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O, Yf. BBEItM. Ptoptletol A.. H.Wilson, - - - Editor, SATURDAY, SKI' gt - 1883 Entered at the I'oal-oJJlcc at Loyan an Second-class matter. Domocrnttc Ticket. President, grover Cleveland. Vice-President, ALLEN 0. TlIUitMAN. Scorotnry of Stato BOSTON G. YOUNG. Supremo Judgo LYMAN U. OKITCHFIELD. $cmbor of Hoard of Public "Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors nt Largo W. W. ELLSBERltY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Circuit Judge, BETH WELDY. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTIIWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM P. PRICE. Common Pleas Judge. TALL SLOUGH. County Ticket. Treasurer. B. H. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIBGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATIIIAS. The Hocking County Cleve land Club Meets the first and third Friday .evenings of each month, at Ilart nian's Hull. All Democrats are in vited to bo present. 0. J. Ji:urtoi:NSMj:n:it, Pres. John SmvnLiiY, Secretary. Republicans aio trying to keep down the Prohibition movement in Connecticut by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 September 1888

& Yi mm m iiim BlKVEt iPWptwi-wn'iimwuBitimiJi"" v iiniuumjiwimn n'lmuiiifiPimwjirrwrniiiiwrimii niiiwjmmniwwiwin, uwinwnvviitawmmrvniwwmimi9LmmmmmmmmrjntttrTtYm93Vm Is f ft' a; RS , i ; THE OHIO DEMOOKAT LO0AL NEWS, jCI. X. V'lLtiOX, City Jidttor. Fall! Tho Intcst thing out Is a "crazy supper." Our public schools begin on Monday. Ohns Frnscli was In Cincinnati this wcok. Next Thursday is Jewish Now Year's day., Geo. Mumford has returned from tho west Prof. Mort Smith is In Colum bus this wcok. Benjamin Bobout has moved to South ,Porry. Rob Work of Marietta was in Logan this weok. Dr. Doll son was at Carbon Hill on Thursday. Frank Brohm was in Logan over over Sunday. Mr. Raymond has moved Ills family to Logan. It will soon bo time to harvest pumpkins for our fair. John White has returned from his hunting trip in tho West. Capt. Wm Bowen and wife spont Sunday in Lancaster. Ncd'McManigal, of Columbus, was in Logaa on Wednesday. Chas Sterritt is in tho east lay ing in his fall stoc...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 September 1888

tr ' l)pw -"jj. W mifc; T WI r)iiyawp-FTr""F ,'ii ! r 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. onto OVER AND OVER AGAIN. 'T! a ssylriR trite, repestod ofttlmos, "A housekenpcr's workl nevor ilonoi" Tho houiohold wheols muit bo oiled each dny And tho work go on from sun to sun. Thoro Is wnhjnH,nn(t ironing, nnd bulling to do Whllo swift as a wearer's shuttlo tlmo goo And the small Jobs ssndfflchod between theso tatlts No nno but n housekeeper ruossm or knows. Tho Johns of tho household lmvo tholr weak points, Although for the most part good men and tmoi Not faults that nro glaring; oh, no; no, not Hut follies and fotblos llko mo and Ilka you. Sonic Johnshavo a penchant for delicate bread, And somo for a mealy potato, And some wo have known covet polished shirt fronts, And this, wo must own, is but nature. Tho children, too, must bo coddled and fed, Their bruises court-plastered, and each little sprite Schooled, scolded, and guarded from perils by dny. And lovingly, tenderly cared for at night. "W...

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

0IMnaHtfUl0'flMHWlK4UkHa - VU t-LLLUL'-l JIJJMU $r h A r ti lit IfW- . JOE BRANT'S WATCH. Pia mtorr of a Tlme-rleen Sent to Aner lea braeorgfl III, An ancient allvor ttino-plcco, vahrn bio for Us historical associations no less than for Its antlqult, 1b owned by Mr. Daniel Mlntliorn, of Watortown, N Y. It weighs ilvo and a quarter ouncos, and Is 250 years old; yot It keeps good tlmo when wound, and has not been repaired since 1847. The watch Is of tho pattern known ns the "British bulls-eye," and Is an Inch and n hnlf thick. Tho faco Is of Bllvor, roughly chased, and has a doublo row of figures, both tho Arable and Komnn nuraornls appearing. It benrs tho mark of the maker, Thomas Llnhnrd, of London, nnd tho number 110. A search through ancient directories of the city of London, mado by Mr. Mln tliorn at tho Contonnlal Exposition, ro veatcd tho fact that this Jeweler did business on Fleet Btroot, betweon tho years 1638 and 1058. Tho works look as substantial as though turned out yest...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 September 1888

;TPiV?iSBwip P""' "errp W ,f ,.! ,.i"pwgtr rf ""fi- ---m w 'nm'ri.. "I'tHiii.".., nnm1 ipni uijw nwiiir'ijniM iiiiwi.ijiijMm imuwuwummUiii i dai1 m h:"W iwhwij1 mi'Mi m..nmnn ..' niri..pii:m 11 tun1 wnimmimi mm, mn iminmnn P.. I ( tQBiKSjns-siarsKrsinn-, P- If'"' isiscJtenaKrjaaEznaBas naar.Kca5rwreEaa.iaEJffiaaJ aid rWuKLOISEH U3SZ ! CI H Am ijyf SBl N T 1 mishlizzii: MH8.INMn HOFFORD Faisills Main St,, Opp. Opera House. & KIENLE, lbs i n 9 THE s'Msua twa! I IfSl BiplSl 11 ulFSOSta rtiiufci-ttMw TbllY&Tz? WSTeo KMl . rfjmiwfJrwttJ? t it i y I M will Sill I ill& 1 fNi v 0.-BT1 fn'Tnniccir tr(srsi KT-Tk t nsOs r sru u 4 n h h j i h a u ." ti 1 r . n, u-r rf-a. ;vj h t e im w cs x ,a. u ww K.U. JLPemocratic news pa-y JSL O rA;i.v".B&.r'BSSa If fe w Mil liW mM oi 4 Jwa 'jsCot bmji fehk M :i PWil Newest GJ-oocls and T-m Lost Sl.yloH. In Liullcs', Misses' and Children's Huts niul llonnots. -A LINE or- PIE H1BBI1N2S. TIME T-A.BIL.E Columbus & Cincinnati Midland APRIL C...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

TJ".' " " wi i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN AHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money. I JOB OFFICE. t All Kinds of Job 1'rlntlnn Done '. at. DO WENT J'llTCES. YOL. III. NO. 12. LOGAN, O., SATUPvDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1888. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ?&iiIt " " Democrat. i I V It" b I: I IT i u 4 1 h $ I' K ? . y rV. THE PEOPLES' BANK OP L00AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Dopolts flccurcd by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Rocs a genornt bnnklng buMnoM. Foreign Brris niul Htcnmshli) Tickots for solo nt low est rntos. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honsc. IjAWIikncf. A. Cur.VF.lt, President. dKOllOK W. l'UI.T.KN, VICQ 1'rCflt. Hr.minN I). COfcVKn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGA2T, OHIO. vflco Hours from 9 a. im to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Clias. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Does a general banking business receives (posits, discounts paper, and buys und sells iXchango. BANK In ccntrnl room In the Jnmcs .llack...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

vSSl( -,-i 7 - r vv&w &-?&& nmmr' tap. V"" '" .,i, j.a T 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. IX3GAN, omo. CURRENT TOPICS. Tratickbt la the name of a plane In Cnpo Cod. Eaa-snAKES are a now form oC refresh ment. Thos. A. Edison's groat cnomy Is dys pepsin. -i '" - 31n. Swim Ii among tho bathors of As bury Park. A man named Soup Is building a hotel at Unlontown, W. T. Wild elephants killed flfty-sovcn por sons In India last year. Miss Braddon Is fifty years old and lins written just flfty stories. The Czar has prosontod his portrait to Count Herbert Dlsmarck. Singe August of last year there havo been 7.BT2 suicides In Paris. Milan, of Scrvla, Is said to bo, flanclal ly, the poorest King living. Tntn.TY-o.NE of tho nlncty-stx countlos In xenncssco contain no railroads. Maooie Mitchell Is going to build a bandsomo theater In Now York. A noPK just finished for tho Edinburgh cable tramway Is 17,000 foot long. A Chinaman took $18,00J In gold dust to tho Boise City nssay ofllco tho othor d...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

,M.Uii, t I y I. JINGO JIM ON TRUSTS. Mow a Ropnlitlcon I'nper Wipe tlie Floor with the Plumed Knight. In his speech ut Portland Mr. Blalno thus defined his vlows upon ho sub ject of trustst When Prosldentclovolnnd delivered hit mci sago no nau tomotiiing to say totho Amorican J pooplo about tho danger of "trusts." I thlr.!: I inoro navo sinca been no Domocratlo papors In , tho country, whothor thoy understood lha meaning of tho word or not, thnlhavo not boon constantly warning tho pooplo ns to tho hor rible danger of "trusts." Laughter Woll, I shall not discuss trusts this afternoon. I shall not vonturo to soy that thoy nro altogether ad vantageous or disadvantageous. Thoy nro largely private nUalrs with which nolther Pros ldont Clcvol.ld nor any prlvato oltlzon has any particular right to into r fore. Tho Tribune submits that In thus recognizing and supporting tho trust monopolies Mr. Dlalno Is placing him self In direct antagonism to tho plank in tho Republican platform cf 1888 w...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

"WWf ?T"Wtf'ff?lt'f f if !PrtW,V,r ' jWw wriwFn'frw'ww wnw r irtMiMmmini ir THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o.w.iinr.nM. l'roprlttoi Editoi. &. H. 'Wilson, BATU1WA.Y, SKl SI 18.18 Entered at, the Post-office at Logan us ticcotid'ctttai matter. Democratic Ticket. President, GltOVER CLEVELAND. Ylue-Presiclont, AldHNCl. TilUJtMAN. Secretary of fltato UOSTON 0. YOUNG. .Supremo Judge ' LYMAN It. UIUTOIIFIEL1X Jtfonibcr of Hoard of 1'ublto "Works JAM12S EMIUIT. Electors nt Large AV. W. KbLSWillllY, WILLIAM I). IITLL. For Circuit Judge, Hli'Vll WELDY. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTIIWAlTE. District Elector "WILLIAM P. PRICE. Coninion Pleas Judge. TALL SLOUCH. Comity Ticket. Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. "VTItaiL C. LOAVIIY, Commufionor, JEO. MAttlvF. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. The Hocking Comity Clove luiul Club Moots tlio first and third Friday evenings of each month, lit Ilart jnan's Hall. All Democrats are in vited to be present. (0. J. Jxuiir; nxs.M.Eir.it, Pros. fJonx Bui...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

MgfifcgB ;.ii'''wiiintwf.wliiii,iUinmiMM .ull iii .1 i iii.iim i uHiifru !wWwssa4iHWw! ( rl'l WM OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, .Ei). J. U'tljSOX, Villi Miliar. -Haiti on Frldoy. Olms Keynes was In Columbus Sunday. (Jus Culver wont to Cincinnati Thursday. The Columbus Centennial Is booming. The Examination test will bo published noxfc week. Hon. Tall Slough of Lnncastor was in Logan Tuesday. Miss .Jennie Dollisou Is visit ing friends in Columbus. Tho Logan Cheap Store obsorv served Jewish now year. Itov. D. It. Mooro went to Cin cinnati Monday morning, Miss Flo Wilson went to Col umbus on Monday morning. Marshal Voris was called to Athens on business Thurday. Mrs. Archio Houston, of Pt. Pleasant is visiting in Logan. Mrs. Ed L. Davenport is suffer ing from an attack of malaria. J. D. McLain has taken a posi tion in Osborn's gallery In Colum bus. Henry Kesslcr and wlfo and sister May went to Columbus on Thursday. Miss .Tosio Davenport lias re turned from her visit In Washing ton C. H. Mis...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

-tfr- f "mnw.V nssswr-'wrfj-Wff & ij THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, I OHIO THE FRIEND OF AGES AGO. "Should auld ncqualntanoe bo forgot I" Yon, If you'd Just as Hot as not. . John PAnr Thcro nro sovcrnl things that troubta one's ago, Ann work tor n roan much woe, Such ns gout nnu doubt ilobts that will run, And rliymo thnt will not flow. Dut when nil has boon laid, do wo not molt dread, Of the many bores that wo know, , Thnt ublnultlous ban, tho woman or man, Who know ono "agesnROt" In youth you worojoungs and foolish porhapt) you Ulrica wun wgn nnii with low. Had ono lovo on tho hilt and one down by the mill Yet never woro wicked, ah. not And this friend knew you In a far-away way, In a way that was only so. ss Just enough to glvo hue to tho cry about yout "O, t knew him agos ago I" You are marrlod now and quite circumspect, Your pace, liko j our peeoh, 1 glow ; You toll In n bank, keep sllont In church Aro ono It Is proper to know; , But this vigilant friend wilt nover consent That ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

fc - ff rnf .1-iil.iHiitli t 4 .V Kit THE BLACK DIAMOND. iThe Almost Ineamprehenslbta Mftrnltriria of the World's Goal Industry, Tho total production in tho world it put nt 420,000,000 tons, of which Great Britain does 160,000,000, tho United States 120,000,000, and Germany 7fi, 000,000 of tons. Tho production in tho jUnltcd States is dlvidod between thlrty ,ono Statoa and Territories, tho largest, of courso, being Pennsylvania, which flast year gave tia 84,000,000 of nnthro lolto, and 30,000,000 of bituminous. In wonoy valuo tho output in tho United States is safely 160,000,000 in tho markots whoro used. This is greater than tho valuo of tho gold, sltvor, cot ton, and potroloutn produced In our country. Tho first montlon of tho dis covery of coal in tho United States is by Hennopln, who montlons finding it in Illinois when on his travels from tho groat lakes to tho Mississippi, at or near tho plnco now known as Ottawa. Fathor La Salle does not tako much stock in many of tho roporta...

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