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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 September 1888

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Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

! t lrrvrV-virvitirvTrvrr'&vrv Wvtrv-q inc. uniu uciviuuiiM l J 5 LARGER CIRCULATION I THAH AM PAPER IH THE YALLEY. j Mnvo Nowo for T.pcq Mnnov 4 9 :,!DR nPFio.PM t J Kinds of Job J'l-lntliiu Done j I nt LOWEST PRICES. J IKaAAA AAAA AAAAAA A A A AAAA A A AA W fillViU MUMU AVJk 44UUU M1UUVJI 4 VOL. III. NO. 13. LOG-AST, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15,1838. TEEMS, $1.50 PEE YEAE. . t t s I t t J HI"1 1 1 1? i ff 0 f ID AT I g IjLJ ifa.v JSL JUL Hfl L t -I "I i ' -' ,, i L i I fi" fe t iih n r w i. iit fS" ? 13F U, -, THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four' Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general hanking business. Foreign Drafts niul Btcumslilp Tickets for solo iiL low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. , Opera House. IiAwnr.Nor. A. Cm.vitn, President. Qtonai: W. I'ui.t.iin, Vlea l'rcst. Ukuiium 1). Cu.vkii, Cnshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. ;flco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $60,000, JbtJti ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

""W "M w f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN, l S ! ! OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. There nro 227 public schools In Cali fornia. A shinglc trust U bolnjj organized In Oregon. t,l " Tnsnc nro 352 newspapers In tho Terrl tcry of Dakota. Mobile la to havo an orphan asylum for colorod children. Uncle Sam has-l&2,&57 naraos on his pon ion roll of honor, Kansas claims to havo discovered valu able nlckol deposits. Bteel Ashing rods that tolcscopo to gether are a noTolty. The London police now carry their clubs Vi a pockot Instead of a bolt. All tho chief shops In Milan nro In a lass-roofed arendo four blocks long. John G. WHirriKn will bo olghty-ono on the 17th of December of tho present .car. Doves nro so plentiful In and around Los Angeles that thoy havo bocomo a nui sance. Kino Milan refuses to allow Queen Na tnllo to onter Scrvla to nppoar at a con jlstory. Oats grow to a height of soven foot, eight inches at Glonbrook, Douglass, Coun ty, Nov. The French Government Is about to Issue a decree or...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

'"nf'1 ptti'jtf'2iK'l'in"f V f" v "vr Trwn j nf "IW- '"W Pf "V?iPV f - " - "fl1 w 'ei v V ft U' I THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. BIr. CIcvrl.intl'ii Ablo Itojiiy to tho Stutlnh liopiibllciin Hrnntorn. Mr. Ildmunds a short ttmo sinco ijriivoly inllmalcd that thol'rosldnntof tho United States was undor tho Influ ence o( foreign nnd ndvorso intorosts, and threatened thnt In duo tlmo ho tfould bo culled to nccount for tho usurpation of unconstitutional powers in negotiating n treaty with Urcat Britain on tho flahorlos. Llko his party colleagues of tho Son nto.Kdmtinds was then domineering and insolont. Ho and thoy tiro now gasp ing for breath. That treaty tho Sonato rojouted ab solutely, theroby provcntlng furthor negotiations. Tho Prosldont had dono ntl in ills powor to secure by poaceful means, approved by tho common sense of mankind, tho rights of American flshormon in Canadian wators. Tho w Sonnto would ncithor accept nor amend VI tho treaty. Tlielr criticism was of tho kind which, findin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

. wc- wnjn w ffaV i -m ' VlgK wr -"f" -f l RT- wtiWTmntmw as w T r ;& THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q, W. BBBHM. Proprletof - Editor. A. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, SEP 1 - 1888 Jin tered at the Post-office at Logan as Sccondrclah matter. Democratic Ticket. President, ROVEK CLEVELAND. Vlco-Proflldont, ALLEN G. TUURMAN. Scorotnry of Stato BOSTON G. YOUNG. Supremo Judgo LYMAN R. CRITCIIFIELD. fomber of Board of Public Yorks JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Lnrgo W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM D.IHILL. For Circuit Judge, SETH WELDY, For. Cortgrcsa JOSEPH H. OUT 1IWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM P. PRICE. Common Pleas Judge. TALL SLOUGH. Bounty Ticket. Treasurer. B. H. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorrioy. VIRGIL C. LOWRY, Cominissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. (The Hocking County Cleve land Club Meets llie first and third Friday .evenings of each month, at Hart- man's Hall. All Democrats are in cited to be present. (C. J. Jr.UKGENSsrEJ.ER, Pres,. John Shivelky, Secretary Rep. Bur.BiiA.ua will accep...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

m- H? 5 ft - ! i i i 4 9 IV ,r ... ' 1 t -f IH "i i. ' kl . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, J3D, L. WILSOX, City Editor. Judgo Bright wan lti Lancaster Sunday. Tho old river bridge has been removed. This Ib the time of year to color your duster. Mort Smith returned to college at Wooster on Monday. Jim Sturdier, of Holton, Kan., is visiting in Logan this week. Mart Friend roturticd from a trip in the South on Wednesday. John W. Murphy, of Delaware College was in Logan on Monday. Miss Ida Locke is visiting friends and relatives in this city. About all Logan attended the Columbus Centennial on Tuesday. Frank Collins, of Dos Moines, Iowa, is visiting his parents in this city. The concert at the M. E. Church, on Friday evening, netted .$48.00. Mr. Canty, the insurance agent went to McArthur on Wednesday evening. Mr. Will Baker, of Des Moines Iowa spent the week with friends in Logan. Look out for the advertlsraent of the Hocking County Fair Oct. 3, 4, G, and 6, 1888. Miss Belle Dew, of Nel...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

:wjr- pr- ",viimn 'mtm W0fu. rfprff0ifc?tmtMmjjasf:' x h T p. . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. ENGLISH AS SHE IS WROTE. There wns n German poet who In English tried to rhyme And with the dictionary big ho wrcstlod nil tho time. And thoiK'h ho chnso with extra caro the words spelled nil alike, llo spoiled his utt.o poem for a rliymo ho couldn't strike. tup. roRK (t). Tho Rlrl I'll wod shoutd always knoad With her fair hands tho dough, llccnuso tho stuff called baker's broad Is hard to cat and tough. Bho should havo learned In early youth, Homo duties old and now. And uoi cr pout her pretty mouth, When helping mother sow. Her tompcr she must sweetly mold, So nothing Is a plaguo. And not tlesortme If I should Do stricken with tho ague. I cont'd enjoy a cup of ton, If sweotened with her laughter, And never lot a fnlso Idea Our happy home-life slaughter. At evening, when work Is dono, Hcsldo hor I shall linger, And hour tho sweet piano's tone, And hcr's If she's n singer. If. 0. Vedai, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

vviiTf -yy-m-fiyw Kynvitpmp,v - wf .'ffgy 'TT' "f 'jiwflm v--r-' mtmijffpr" pNwryfyBBniffflif-y r ! i iV i t. Sto. 15 It.' rsv .4 i IS? r I VILAS' GREAT SPEECH. Brilliant Address by tho Boorotary (jftho Intorlor. Mrnur"s. nnit Vollcles of IIib Ttro rnrtles Camimrril Iniquities of 1'rotecteil Tnxiitlmi Tho "TrUAt" Atrocity A Trllmto to tlio 1'roa.Idcnt. HontWininmF, Vllns, Bccrotnry of tho Intorlor, ntliiretscd tho Democrats of Wls consln at Mllwitukco a few days ago. Whan ho appeared on tho platform ho was groot cd enthusiastically by thousands of votors, to whom ho gpoko as folio was Kntr.ow-CiT JZRM8 : Tho Domocratlo party of to-day, under tho leadership and upon tho personal and official rocord In adminis tration of Orovor Clovclancl, challenges comparison with Its decaying adver sary and confidently invokes tho calm and serious judgment of tho electors of tho Nation. It asks for no hasty or passion nlo decision; It nppoalB to no prejudice, It stands In no fear of tho most soarch...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 September 1888

.ttf-r TWWJ" fWFW US'" ,f H'liiliiWfMgiwww tlcrnwwwtJtTonw ptnim)HiijmiwntTff-ywyr yiwiilm ('uiuimign Mongn. TIIKDAV Db'.HiJHIJOK. Tmio- Miirchlna Throtijth Uwirgl.1t" iflnnn llii ilny of Jiilillro , Ariiln will blens the mini, iiooil the IlilllllutllOllHlllds 1'iirlliclr rlfililHuj.-iln Mill sluml, Mnou Ilia Ijriintlxiwo'. ' And the elirouli's III dlMimid, Bojn, when wuvolo In Not umber. fllioiAiJliifrnhl liiirmlil lot none your heart "r- tlllmiiy; lliirruhl imimlit wo'ro bound lo linvo our city l Uluvptumt, tin vlll liuul us on, Anil ukaIii will win tho iliiv lluy, when u miiv In November, Houlul tliu linglu, licit I tlio drums, l''or fralul Ik iIj ln runt, fcooii thu" moral" piirly'HtMcUH Forever will bo past: (lovcriimt'tii for nil nHlte, Willi llmtlcil llrst mill lull. lloyn, when wiMiitu In November. Cli. All tlio iintlon cries iiloitil, 1'or Cleveland brne ami true, Ho inlly boys In crey, Ami wily buys 111 blue, llnml In hand wo'll hIioiv tbo lnnil, Tll.l. wliltf. l'n infill!...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 September 1888

v ' rvr vr r T.Tj - m, u ' I- '' ' $? S Lv r. : THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION THAft AHT PAPER IH THE VALLEY. c . . . i i JOB OFFICE. Iff : More News for less Money. 3 -rif Kind af,Tob JPrlnthta&ohc atijOWJStiT rmoEN. VOL. in, NO. 14. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 11 " '3P"' t y " "t '' " I i 13 i t IP ( THE PEOPLES' BANK Or LOGAN. Cash Capital, 50,000.00. Dopostis secured by Individual Liability of over f Four Hundred Thousand Dollars,' noes n Roncrnl banking bitslnosn. Forclfm Drafts and Btcamshlp Tickets Tor salo nt low iBtrntos. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. liAwnPNCK A. Oui.vrn, President. CH.oiiqk W. ruM.BN, Vice Trcst. UEUnEN D. Cur.VKti, Cnslilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. . ilco Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President Chan. B. Hot von, Cashier. Docin ccncinl bnnklng business, reeoles posits, discounts pnpor, and bnjs mid Hells ".Xeliaiiyo. HANK In control room ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 September 1888

'TOT pr .wjiPpw irr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.OOAtf. OHIO. Mt. Sheridan is tlio now nnmo just bestowed on n tall ponk In tho Heckles. It Is 14,000 feet high. TnE Now York TTorM declares that It hag received mora tlmn n enrt loud ol partisan ioctry,none of -which was lit to publish. CoutrrKHK:tTtis In Now York nro circulating llvo and ton dollar bills ex tensively, and they nro so much llkotho genuine bill that it takes n skillful oyo 'o detect tho difference. The president of tho IlrltlshAssocIa iion predicts that a tlmo Is coming when steam engines will bo confined wholly to museums, whero they will bn picscrved as curiosities. Isabella nnd Catawba grapes, it is claimed, oilgiuntcd in North Carolina, and existed thero for many years be fore they becamo known to fmuo nnd wero cultivated in other States. Tnr, nssesbcd valuo of property in Georgia foots up $357,803,331, an in crease of .$lo,L'o8,002 over 1887, nnd a gain of l23,000,000 lnnino jc.ars. This shows hWiv the wealth of tho South...

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. — 22 September 1888

"364." 4f - "W" fc i r . if i s fc ft i I . i i V 3t I v : ? li' i SPAIN'S DOWNFALL. fc. Onco Prosperous Country Ruined by an Wnlidfy TntlfT fiystoin, ty Poor old Spain ha3 an Industrial tystetn of wfiloh tho synlom of tho United Stnlca b almost an exact counterpart. rJpalu has n tariff sys tem which, In taxing raw materials And almost ovory thing else that com merce carrlos to her gates, Is tho very Ideal of tho protectionists of this country. An utroclous protective pol icy, mitigated only by tho ontorprlso and daring of tho smugglor, has In tliroo hundred years reduced n highly gifted nation, which was onco In tho van of Europe In tho arts and manu factures, to tho condition which tho world wltncssos to-day. Tho Spanish industrial system has been in full operation in this country for only a quarter of a contury, and In twlco that thno oven a moro baleful policy than that which Mr, IMtiino advooates could not overcome tho groat naturnl, political and social advantages of tho Ameri...

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. — 22 September 1888

.'' TT'V Sf ! v, yr ifw vfifm Wf p pwum jjmyy - f )'.'. I '! II lnrnp THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O. Wi BREHM. rrbpiietol A. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, S13l 1 - 188S I I I. I Entered at the Posl-ojfice at Logan fts Second-class matter. Democratic Ticket. President, GltOVKIt CLEVELAND. Vice-President, " ALLEN G. TIIUBMAN. Secretary of Stato BOSTON CI. YOUNG. Supremo Judge LYMAN B. GAITJCHFIELD. lernbor of Board of Public Works " JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Largo W. W. ELLSBEItUY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Circuit Judge, ,SETH WELDY, For Congress .JOSEPH H. OUTHWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM P. PRICE. .Common Plcns Judge. TALL SLOUGH. 5ounty Ticket. Treasurer. B. H. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, .GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. Tho Hocking County Cleve land Clnl) Meets tho first and third Friday evenings of each month, at Hart man's Hull. AH Democrats are in vited to bo present. (C. J. Jeukgensmeihr, Pres JJohn Shiveluy, Secretary Unnecessary tuxa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 September 1888

'S- ii ! 4 s, lb w t $' 19 t X fc P K v . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JED. L. WILSOK, City Editor. Loo Crosap was iti Logan Sun day. Frank Brehm was In Logan Sunday. Yesterday was K. of P. day at Columbus. Emltt Krelder lias roturnod from the West The crowd at Columbus is gradually thinning out Alex Motherwell and wife spent this week In Columbus. Harmlson fc Co. are receiving their fall stock of goods. The prospects for a great Fair we aro told aro excellent. Circuit court adjourned In Lancaster on Saturday last Ed Sanderson has entered the State University at Columbus. An advertlsmont for our com ing fair appears In another column. George Williamson of Bloom vllle called at this ofilco on Thurs day. John James is like a certain species of rose, he blooms in the fall. The Ohio M. E. Conference meets In Columbus on Wednesday next. The clerk of the Rempel Houso is fast developing into a music flond. O. P. Nesmith, of Bluford, 111. 'visited friends here the first of this week. Rudol...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 September 1888

"mt 'r'mww'$k'' "fPSW'' p' rfff ,"Vif"sWW?? -w' " -isWus;, -, 4 jj, jft fi; f I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. U0GAN, s OHIO. FARMER BROWN'S STORY. "Wol quarreled wlfo on' mo nbout some pcakv llttlo thing, XEz mo' folks will w'en ono on urn guts oil some ranltlln' thing, Jin' t'other answers sassy with somo anccrln' word that's wuss I tell ye, mister, 't alius takes a pair tow mako a fuss Jin1 r I wuz a-sayln', after wo ud had the spat, We hadn't spoko In moro'n n wcok, llyjlugol think o' that. IMgottipmoraln's Jes' tho same, nn' mllkod on' done tho chores, .An' she'd Rot broukfast w'llca I wuz a puttcrln' out doors. An' every thin' ud gono right on from mornln' until nlght, liat tew each other wo wuz dumb. Wo knew It wuz'n t right, Yet mithor ud giro In nn Inch. It alius happens to: VTcn onct old Satan gits a holt no's boun' tow win tho throw I "Wen wo wuz married, both on us wuz suro that scars an' yoars Udrnuko no dlftcrcnco with us. Wo had no thought o' tears. 1 tell jo, though, w'en folks ...

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. — 22 September 1888

'"f -w rr K 4 fV Mr t i u date.pAlm CULTURE. On oft ho FromlMtifr Ifnrtteutinrni T"osil hlUtles of California. Tho datnpatm ia tlio brcod-frult troa of tho Orlont, and Iho staff of llfo of tho Arab. It flourishes best In Iho hot and rainless regions of troplcnl Anlrt and Afrlcn. Its roots, howovor, need ntl nbuudunco otmolsturo, whtlo Its fruit, to socuro porfoat lrmturlty, ro qutros poronnlnl sunshine. "It plants Its foot In tho waters of tho earth and raises ltshoad to tho fires of hoavon," is tho pootlo Arabian description of those characteristics of tho date-palm. A grovo of majestic dnto-pntms marks tho oasis In ovory desort In tropical Asia and Africa. Illustrating tho importanco of tho data as an artiolo of food to tho trlbos inhabiting those tropical orlontal re glons, history records an iiwtuiico V whon an invading army ondeavorod to '' Bubjugiito tho inhabitants of Mesopo tamia by destroying all tho malo trees In -tho region, to prevent tho femalo trees baarlng fruit Date-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 September 1888

v&r ?W' V? " f l V $ mh- s . (rV . T Two prominent HonithHi'iin car- vIiiru iiiiuHifiu-liiriTH Imvo como jhmit for Cluvultiiul unci Tlitinnnn i -Hlio past week. Ono Ih It. l' Tuck or, a partner In tbo col obrnk'tY firm of J. I), UroWHtiT t Co., of Now Vntr mill flwi nlhiil li!viirift. P. Illnokfl, ono of tho Directors of tho First National Hank of Bridgeport, ' (Jonn., uiul tho hoiul of tho carriage , inunliihcttiring firm of irinoK'H fc Johnson. In an ndtlross before the Bridgeport Deinoorutjc Associa tion Friday ovunjijg Mr. INucks . said! ''I want no ono to understand mo to mean tbo total abulltlon of tnrlfT dntlos, No one, ho long as the Government needs a revenue of over $300,000,000 a year, advocates n repeal of all tarid' duties, but what I do advocate and beliovo Is that these tariff duties should no longer be made to discriminate in favor of certain bnslnes'ios. We have a Mi per cent, duty on car riages, but we pay 20 per cent, a ton on Norway i':oii, GO per cent, on cl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 September 1888

-jjaajK?T. ? 3-rcu;1 'ftffSx -r: W .- r41!"s A L If -Cut "? 'J 'A t. '.- F LAMER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY, j More News for Less Money, I r.nivnstT 1'itrrmu, a iium YO!L. in. NO. 15. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1888. m TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ViZi-f fcfrJK&rf I 1 I ft J h' E' ,. Y - I'V THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital) 950,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Handled Thousand Dollars. Coos a general banking business, Foroign Drafts and Htcamshlp TlckctB for Halo ut low est rnteH. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honsc. XjAWRIsncb A. Oui.vkr, President. Qeohok W. Pum.kn, Vloo Prcst. ItF.unEN D. Cui.veu, Cnshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. jflce Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Bow en, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, rccolvcs panltH, discounts paper, and buys and sells kchange. MT-BANK In central room In tho James irtVjck. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-L...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 September 1888

TB3W t&r&vZA'trTi "vw""ar T,- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. tOGAK, t t t OHIO. OURRENT TOPICS. A hew derby hat It In a color called pine-burr. , T.4.fSH,. Andrew CAitNKaiR'fl lncotno Is $1,1500, BOO a year. Trra Swodonborglans of this country numbor 6,750. Ananias Burnt Is tho nnmoof a Virginia justice of tht peace. An Inspector says womon aro sharper smugglers than men. Savannah Is now the largest cotton port In the United States. "Joiinbox grass" grows soven feot high In Grooley County, Kan. About 60,000 acros ot son land noar Now York aro dovotcd to oysters. Edith Brinkhah, of Racine, Wis., lost hor life by falling out of bod. It has boon dlscovored thatnonrly ovory Colorado statosman has rod balr. It cost a man of Pottstown, Fa., olght dollars to ovado a toll of ono cant. Ex-Mayor Low, of Brooklyn, Is credited with having an Income of $100,000 a yoar. Tnit number of prisoners In tho Jollet, 111., Stato prison now is the smallest In oars. Moixir. Maguirk nppenred for tho 300th timob...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 September 1888

'ryqsp'ijppjBg fsPfTe ip ?-r -WF'11 5W m W Var -WpPrv -r1- -,n . $, : ITi - 'jr- If 4 f, ?vrx 5 ..'., "sy MR. CLEVELAND'S LETTER. TfhKt Bomo of (he Trending Papers of the Country Ritjr About It. New VorU Ttmit (tnd.) t Wo ura deeply mil taken as to tho spirit ot the American people If this lotter does not command gonoral re iieet and securo the adhesion to It ot many rotors whoso minds hare been hHherto undo ddcd. Pittsburgh Foiti The letter as a wholo Is a strong doodmont. It Is cloar, sharp and forolble. Not too prolix nor unnecessarily 6,rovlntod. It will rank with Mr. Olovoland's other utterances ns nfeartoss, ablo nnd char notorlstlo production. Thoro Is no offort to dodgo any thin?. Cincinnati Enquirer: Thoso who hnvo long prodloted that Clovoland's lottor would exhibit b rotroat from tho doctrine ot his lam annual tnessago will be soroly disappointed, Thoso who havo hoped that It would reccdo not tin Inch from tho ground then takon will be pro foundly pleased Tliero is no sha...

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