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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 September 1888

"f.fi ft .trt? ?rt "" " - .aww1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O. W. BREHM, Prpptlelol A., a. "Wilson, - - - Editpx, SATURDAY, Wt 1 - 1888 Entered at the Pnst-olcc at Logan us Second-class mutter. Democratic Ticket. President, 0IIOVEII CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLI3N G. TIIUHMAN. Secretary of Still o BOSTON O. YOUNG. Su)romo Judgo LYMAN R. CItlTOIIFIELD. jMeiubor of Board of Public Works JAMES EMM1T. Electors at Largo W. W. ELLSBEItltY, WILLIAM J). HILL. For Circuit Judge, jSETII g WELDY. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTIIWAITE. District Elector b WILLIAM P. PRICE. ioinmoii Pious Judge. J TALL SLOUGH. County Ticket. Treasurer. 13. n. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. -VIRGIL C. LOWHY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Inflrmnry Director, ISAAC MATIIIAS. The Hocking County Cleve land Club Meets the first and third Friday evenings of each month, at Hart man's Hull. All Democrats aro in .vited to be present. (C.J. JnujiaENSMEiER, Pros (John Siiivulry, Secretary The Campaign in Indiana Is get ting to a white heat....

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. — 29 September 1888

fc ii i:h I l u THE OHTO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, ED. Z. WILSON, CM u Editor, Hocking County Pair noxt wot. A. IT. Wilson was In Lancaster Friday. Al Brooks wns In Lnncnstor Tuesday. Entries for tlio fnlr nro coming In rnpldly. Frank Martin was in McArthur on Sunday. Perry Coilnty held their fair this week. Hon. Tall Slough was in Logan Wednesday. Bring all your best products to the fair. John Notcstono was In Col umbus Tuesday, Come to tho Fair noxt week and sec tho races. Bob Work, of Marietta, was In Logan Wednesday. Miss Foster of Lancaster, visit ed in Logan this wee. Geo. Kleinschmldt is able to bo on tho street again. Chas Hart visited his parents In this place last week. D. Whlto and wife spent Sun day at tho Bock House. . Good racing overy day at the Fair, don't fail to sec thorn. A danco was given at Fox's Hall on Thursday evening. Gov. Foraker will make a speech in Logan on Oct 9th. A now bakery is to bo started invtho Slisher building soon. Chas Montgomery and wife were in C...

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. — 29 September 1888

I .., . . v r- .Tropupwn wviit - .(uriWw 4 f I.J 'J THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. J. 00 AN. : s ! t OHIO. MY FORMER SELF. l know thee not. ray youthful friend I And yot I think Mint I enn traco, As vflitfully I gazo and bond, Somothlng fnmlllw In thy fnco Methlnks I'to soon thy ruddy check, Thy brow unnrlnhtcd, fnlr and high, fhy pleasant tnrilo that scorns to speftk, Thy dark brown hair thy sparkling oyo I When did I know tlicot Thou art fair And I nm frail nnd full of woe. My aching brow Is soamed with care 'Twns surely In the Ions; ago I How chnnged am 1 1 whllo Ihou 'rt tho samo As when I know thee fresh nnd younm Lore In thlna ejes, n living llamc, And tuneful witcheries on thy tonguol Thy heart was strong, thy step was light, Ambition frollokod In thy brain, And darnd to dream of dizzier height Than mortal effort could attain. Thy fancies wundored unconflned, Wild a9 tho storms on mountain crost, And free as gentlest summor wind That wantons on tho oocan's breast, Timo secmod before thln...

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. — 29 September 1888

vnym r-- iw" wiolnf- ' , wi" v;ws." y? i"n7Sii.'. '-rsi " wf w . k w H i- II ART AND HUMANITY. Kan tha Grnnil Ideal in ths Grand.ii Work or rnintart and Poets. As with plcturoi, bo with pooms. Tho poot'i oflloo 1b to bo a volco, not of ono crying In tho wilderness to a knot of already mngnotlzcd acolytes, but singing nrald tho throng of mou nnd lifting their common aspirations and sympathies (so first cloarly revealed to thomsolvos) on tho wings of his song to a purer cthor and a wider ronoh of vision. In tho groat poots thero Is an oxqulslto BonBlblllty both of soul nnd boiibo that Bympathlzos llko gossamer Boa moss with ovory move ment of tho olomont In which It floats, but which Is rooted on tho Bolld rook of our common sympathies. Paint us an angol, If you can, with a floating vlolot robe, and a rnco paled by tho celestial light; paint us yet oftonor a Madonna, turning hor mild fnco upward and oponlng hor arms to wolcomo tho dlvlno glory; but do not Imposo on us any oesthotlo ru...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 September 1888

CCho Greatest Foo)lo in tho World. .Sliocrli or It. j. Mills, Ilronklyu ' Academy or Music) Sqi. l?th, 1888. "Wo nro jll.io moat liilclllgoiit .people !n the world. It Is our In dustry and genius thut makes us tlio frroiitoMt people In the world. .Our father.-) laid llio founijiitluii of this rupuhllc so!( to preserve thu .freedom of our children. Thoso peoplo outsldo Its pale lmvo none. The foreign laborer Is placed at ti low piano and ho stays there. Does ho over rlso higher? "No, you never seo a man rise to tho Chief Magistracy of ft people who eight or nine yours ngo was only Shoriir of a county. You never see a matt rlso to tho Presidency llko Johnson' whoso wlfo taught him his letters after sho married him. (Great applause.) "W,o have distanced tho whole world In almost everything, and wo have the best looking, and prettiest women too. And tho nmrkots of tho world belong to us by (tho superiority and Intelligence of our labor. (Loud applause.) "Lastyear we imported,!? 1,000,00...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

tmittMtmipvqtpd v r 1 rwriK"t TiTt trtv tfi ! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democ Of W VV W W W W V V W W W W A LARGER CIRCULATION I THAN AHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money. J jJOB OFFICE. .0 I Ill Kind of.Tob Printing Done ' at ZO WEST PRICES. u.uuukuuAiuuaiiii VOL. III. KO. 16. - - LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1888. TEEMS, $1.50 PEIl YEAR. Wiitrinyt-mmfimitfMMiiiMmmnm JlVjTil A Y . 4. I ft If . THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. I'iMh Capital, $00,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual LiabilHjrof over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a goncrnl banking business. Foreign DrnftK and Htcamshlp Tickets: for snle at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opcrn House. iiAWJU-NCE A. CllI.VF.It, President. OK0I1OE W. PUI.I.KM, VlCO PrCst. ItBUliK.v 1). Oux.VFH, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOOA2T, OHIO. lice Hours from 0 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E.liowen, Cashier. Dock a general blinking business, receives .posits, discounts paper...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

vv Mf jpw 'i nIWn. t.MPfipp0r -wwiiilpi.J.l,lJ'yiil!i"W riPgP?': , .rww.'f'' ty -'' I I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.CtnAy. t l : i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tins rollor-BkaUng craze has just reached Australia. Two young womon havo oponod a drug tore In Buffalo. Bonnets wholly made of pheasant feathers are out. Tiimrr million trees havo beon planted tn Kansas this year. It Is now about tlmo to food your straw hats to the family cow. Bomb of the buttons for olegant cloak como to a dollar apleco. Palms do not grow on palm troos. The whole world Is a paradox. A novelty In qiteon chain pendants Is a mlnlaturo tomato made of flno coral. "I'mcsknt" on tho outsldo of a lottor ts a verb In the Imporatlvo mood, not an ad verb. Unique umbrella handlos of heavy o Mlzod sllvor Imltato swords In seab oards. EstPEnon William has prosontod marble busts of himself to Bismarck and Von Woltko. A Nebraska City noodle has wagered lils wife against a Jorsoy cow on an elec tion bot An American company has loascd Abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

jBaK.1 X'75??rJ J r-3-r,T,9jfTrf.viiE-ii?pt W r It I Y 4 W THE OHIO DEMOOMT. LOGAN, OHIO. .THE HARVEST. I wntch tho golden billons awaiting tho slcklos keen, TThllo tho corn stands wnltlng yondor, a splov did, glittering shccnt I hosr tho reapers coming with merry shout and song, Then I sco tho billows fulling In solid ranks nlong. Tho grnrn not only (ailing, but tho tunder flowers, too, Ami with thorn tares and thistles nro scattorod through and through; Tor tho roapor reaps a harvest that Is heavy for tho nlnflo, While tho volco of tho master oalloth: "It must not bo delayed I" -And thns Is the mighty harvost In nil our glori ous land Tho renpor blltho and happy, thero Is Joy on i every hand; For toll Is swcot to tho faithful, reward will como at last, Bo tho reaper sings nnd labors until daylight i hours aro past, I seo tho harvest over, nnd mountains of goldon grain Awjilt tho thresher's pleasure, and It shall not 'wait In vain; Fori hear tho hum of engines and clatter of turnin...

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

"TO" ' F c'"j7H f rn,. I THE OH10 DEMOCRAT. 0,W.BRT3nM, Ftoprletoi - - Editor, A.. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, OCT (I 188S litr)'( d at tin' J'ost-ojltec at Loyuh n S'ccoH(f-c matter. Democratic Ttckul. President, .0 ROVER CI .U V KhA$ I). Vice-President, .ALLEN G. THUltMAK I Secretary of Sliuo BOSTON CI. YOl'NO. .Supreme Judge ,YMAN R.'CRITCHFJELD. '.Member .of Hoard of Public Works .TAJIKS EMM1T. Electors ut Largo -W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Circuit Judge, SETH WELDY. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTHWAITE. District Elector ' WILLIAM P. PRICE. Common Pleas Judge. TALL SLOUCH. .. . County Ticket; ' ' " Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN'. Prosecuting Attorney, VIRGIL C. LO WRY, , Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. -Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATH IAS. The Hockhijf County Cleve land Club Moots tjie first mid third Friday evenings of each month, at Hart man's Hall. AH Democrats aro in vited to be present. C. J. .Ti:inim-:xsMi:TKK, Pros (John- Sirrvioi,i:v, Secretary DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS The Voters of Hnckl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

F 3iargsgflaggxwJggeagBwy, ? r" '? fj" - - ' sr IW h 5r & k r Pi r il IS i li W 1 " I.'? m m I'lUllWllll'Tq'1 II JJ"WWf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT an. l, vilsox, at) JMftor. LO0AL NEWS, Dodo WlittcluiiHt attended our fair this weak, The uttutidutiuo ut tlio fair on Tliurp(1iiy was good. Mrs. A. Mluliic, of Portsmouth is viHitiuf; in Logan this week. Snow is reported to liuve fallen in this section on the 29, of Sept. People of this vitlley nro stilt visiting the Columbus Centennial. Wood Devoss, of Grconllold lias three tnce liorses at tiio fair. Mrs. Ilattio Garrett visited lior sister Mrs. A. Michie this week. Will Kcssler and Miss Sadie Tond wero in Columbus on Satur day. Two Secretaries lnul all they could do In milking entries on "Wed nesday. Tho Commercial men had a great time in Columbus on Satur day last. Miss May Linton, of Nelson ville, is the guest of Miss Ella Fox of this place. Miss Fannie Collins, of Mis souri is visiting her uncle Mr. J. K. Collins. ,The Logan band will pl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

i3 's'W'WjjW vwfy''ffsyipyy? -'"ww 'ei " ?' 9 THE VOTE IN MAINE. , True Inwardness of Wlmt Mr. Iltnlne Called " Almost n Itovnltitlon." Tho comploto returns from Mnlno nro now nt hand, nnd an nnntysls of thorn will show how muoh ground thcro wnfl for Mr. Blaine's claim that tho rosult was "almost a political revo lution." Wo glvo tho figures sldo by eldo with thoso of tho Soptorabor oloc tton hi 1884: OovisKNnn. 1R83. aovKnson, 1S8! HUrle'gh (Hp.).. 79.063 FiitnamtDani.),. CI l(M CushlnK (Pro.)... S.U71 S.uimons (Lab.) 07i Koblo (ItOP,).. .. 7K.0I2 Kodman (Dcin.). &0.0.11 Kustis (Pre.),... l.ldi) Union (Qr'bacli). 3.g3l Totul 1M.G81 Total 142.3H7 Kcpubllcnn plurality In 1S.il lO.BM Itoimbllcan plurality In IS 18,491 Republican Ion on plurality 1, ISO Republican Increase on total voto ot 1881 091 Democratic Increaso on total voto of IAS I. -'.017 Thoso flffiires toll tho story so plain ly that It Is scircely nccon.ary to com ment upon thom. Tho roador will search thom hi vain for...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

vifftftrlsl&KVlJ"? B -r-.rrT.wr,r tftf-1 p T -J-lff 1 pr"!Es.'"S" fjRr f P! WW I I If v Y , n is y SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. . Paper Is innda out of tho cedar chips ot ponoll manufacturers, which la usoful for prosorvlnfifcarpots and othor wooton goods and furs from tho attacks of moths. It has boon demonstrated In Franoo that electricity can bo offootlvoly used "for ngtnjj whtaky and maturlnjf wlno." It sooms that all that la nocossary is to pass a strong olootrlo ourront through tho whisky to bo ngod or tho wlno to bo matured, and tho work is dono. Dr. Donald 0. Hood has collected many facts rotating to tho uso of salicy lic acid for rhoumatlsm. Of 728 patlonts trontcd with salicylates, C23 woro re lieved of tholr palnB within sovon days; whorons, of 012 patlonts treated by othor mothods, only 140 woro relieved within tho Bamo time. Somo pooplo doubt tho poisonous effect of nutmeg, but sovoral cases of nutmeg-poisoning havo boon noted in tho British Medical Journal. A wholo nutmog...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 October 1888

Jkl'i fHtiH MHrtl p. '$ Av Wl FULL OF FUN. Tn mnkl; iovo to n IJoslon elr! lii)vniti of Jim sliohlijfj' J)luilo.--Drtdr't Mttyiutiiif. The tlounnt, iisl-st "Wlini will bo itlO illcj 1' till) f'lltlloj"" Sui'li ml us its mo llvlij jf Clielttlnii llvi Iiiivu ocmi .t.uifrlit to JJulloVu It i.lll lu Xii'liustujie. -Lift. "Tummy,'' mA hh uniit, "I Iionr your gi-uuilinnlliu'- fin ( you u wiiloli sin your lili Ij luy. Wm It u luiutlng .enso wiitoli?" "Xn," ri'pllitil Tommy, vlu Is iovati yours ill I, ",t was u barn favnA wiiU'Ii.'m 'Ul btnjh Chronicle. Qn mi OiM'mi jSkUtiincr. AlFootod lnil'ii)ui'lsl-r-' Giniitlu, Ifuolsnsorry." (Giplnln 'Vliut aboil, nimliimP" "On nucuimt of i J 10 pour JIsli." "What's tho mutter wiili thorn?" 'They nuts I. pot so roiisIi'I wlum tho valor is roiiith.'' Texas Uifhigi. Going ul Forty Miles un Hour. Tlio cur stove, pcnplo oa'il, must go, Ho nlso said Im miors claveri It docs, for by Its hcut v u know Tho car atom koi-s us vcjl us ever, boston Courier. "Whito...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

-7jr -5-ftS- fl" ffj IP Jr. r iTrjr" " j fr'HtrMw 'tn-m'" "inw i i- " n jMrti,a " r v i V tvti THE OHIO DEMOCRAT j rTA tt -a- X -. TT 5 LARGErTCIRCULATION ' J ' THAU ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j More News for Less Money, JOB OFFICE I M H I H i S All Kinds of Job l't at LOWEST 1 UAAAUJUAAAA&AAI hithi(J)ono' ltltilM. r AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi VOL. III. KG. 17. LOGA3ST, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1888. TEKMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Democrat Y A ft, V t - fr f THE PEOPLES' BANK Of LOOAH. Cash Capital, $fi)),000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general bnnltlnir business. Foretell Drnfts mid Steamship Tickets for sale nt low test rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opcrn House. Lawrence A. Cui.vkii, President. QKOltaK W. l'UI.LKN, Vlco Brest. llr.uiiRN D. Cui.vru, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFTjOGAX, OHIO. lice Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $00,000. John Walhcv, President. Chan. E.Iiowen, Cash let: Docs a conernl bnnklnj! business,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

- 1 ,.., r tar. W-'SJW veviw ' "vf4Sf" )5Jfwi?57VT5yTiJvT5r'T fj THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. ErOftD Tk.vntrox lias paiied his olghtleth year. Skwatoii GonuAif la but a trlflo over five feot high. Mns. Justich Lam An Is one of tbo hay foror fraternity. No x.kss than six feraato harbors ply tbo razor In Brooklyn. TttEnB nro 103 shades In broadcloths to bowlldor tho ladlos. August Belmont Is ono of tho highest livers In Now York. A New Yonic brldo wore a frost grapo purplo colored gown. Tire cultivation of tho cocoanut palm is a new thing In Florida. kds-r The now year will start In with au clipso on tho very first dny. " Gitonoi: Peaiiody, tho colobrntod plillan tbropist, was worth $100,000,000. A picki.k tnado In a brass kottlo has causod an Altoona lady's death. Over 500,000 two-cont stomps aro sold Jally In tho Now York post-ollleo. ; Ex-Sevatou Jones, of Florida, 13 writ ing nowspapor letters from Detroit. Levi P. Horton, Itopubllcntt nominoo for Vico-1'roslden...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

fMimfe ' imi"3 j&Fm&m&mv&mx ,f ti V M-iHiwppwwwpwiiiw wkm wmtirmmmmm II ll k 1 -A. a i. m I'f A SIGNtFlOANT LETTER. 0e That Won Written by Conkllng Wfeen Ho llrst Pelt Out With Illnino. republicans hero nro greatly aston ished over tho following loiter from Boscoo Conkllng to Peter 11. Crnndnll, ot this city, published In tho Ithnca Democrat, together with n long Inter view with Mr. Crnmlnll on tho clrcum stnnco under which tho lottcr wus written: Mayo, 18.o My I)tarStrt I nra c;tad to re celvoyourlottor. lty this tlmn you will hvo seen In full tho lnttor passago o( tho Fry Dlatno mutter. Lot tno Know what you think. Yau nlll not. t think, find fault with tho solf command of your rcprosontntlvo when culled on without a moment's warning In tho proseaco of tho Nation to answer such a llbol. What is tho effect upon our people? Mr. Illnino Is said to bo too noar tho business ot recruiting at Augusta, Mo., whoro ha lives, and whoro thoro wus another Haddock nlTalr, In crl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

n- M JUMl iiiiiiiniii i urn nninim ii in i "mi i in i inn rnjnTTrnir mtw"jtJiri"iii"iiiPMWjiE.n"TWTWi ' ! ' ' ' ' THE OHIO-DEMOCRAT, O.W.BBKHMr Proprletoi Editoi. A.. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, OCT G - 1888 Entered at the Post-office tit Logan as Second-class matter. ' '' Democratic Tiojcofc. , President, pBOVEIt CLEVEhAND. ' ; ' ' Vice-President, , ALLEN O. TUURMAN. ' " Secretary of State BOSTON G. YOUNG. .Supremo dudgo flyman n. citrrc'HFrELi). Member of Board of Public Works ' JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Large W. W. EbhSBEllltY, WILLIAM J). HILL.' For Circuit Judge, SETH WELDY, For Congress ?. JOSEPH JI. OUTHWAITE. "" District Elector WILLIAM P. PltlGE. Common Pious Judge. TALL SLOUGH." County Ticket. Treasurer. 13. IT. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. .' ' , VlltGIL C. LOWIIY, Commissioner, '. ' ' GEO. MARKS. ' Infirmnry Director, ISAAC MATIIIAS.. rTlic Hocking-County Clovc luml Club Meets the first and third Friday evenings of each month, tt Hart man's Kali. All Democrats are in vited to be...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

?tes.t r-M,JfTsM r?r ifo K imaniutmMmmvmmiKWJiMmmwvrriW'AVtMtmm'mnmnimnwMtmmm i vwi&i!&i'rtrt rnmimrrrr,my,&wf'ivvtm..ii ,wlivm4 -f ft W H IV ! 1 ' &J ME -OHIO DEMOCEAfl? Mp. ,. WILSOX) City JSilitov. LO0AL NEWS, Thrco illtm (shells mi tout on n tccg Oli sucker, conic sucker, coma sucker. Wnltlng for noma ono to put up the swnit Come sticker, como sucker, come sucker. The nuckorto double his mono; ho mount, 80 on these Innocent rIioIM lie bot his Init cent, And kicked himself rrnzy nabll'tcd he want Poor1 sucker, poor sucker, poor sucker. Maynnrd Pond has been sick. Jul Teuscher took In Stratts vlllo Sunday. Thursday was Prohibition duy In Columbus. A drum corps has boon organ ized in this city. Judge Bright is in Now Lex ington this week. a, lien Kesslcr now plays b -'Ant clarionet In the band. Rudolph Bempol is suffering' with an attack of agtta. ' Qoorgo Klelnsehmidt Is again at his place in the P. O. Mr. Bob Motherwell, of Find ley is in the city this week. ' ' G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

' ,mm-' TwhT y Tit in. - lf.., v?v- T "1 "J T t 1 M I y TME OHIO DEMOCRAT. JOGAN, OHIO. THE HOME-BOUND HOST. Tli sound of a heit advancing, Trmpl tramp I tramp I -' Under ths windy Kicker And flare of the srenlnt; lamp, Under tho steady whiteness or the door eleotrto tight, The loutut of an ormy marching Is In the streets to-night. Not to the clamor of bugles, Nor the stormy beat of drums, Hot to tho battlo's toosln, Tho Jubilant arm; comes. A sweeter muslo summons And thrills along the line, Though each for himself ma; hear It, And make to the next no sign. Tho patter of tin; footfalls That run to nn open door, Tho mother's tender singing, Hor 'top on tho nursery Moor, Tho boyish shout of welcome, Tho girlish ripple of glee, At the click In tho guarded portal Of the home-bound father's key This Is the army's muslo : Cheerily calls good night ;The merry voloo of tho oomrado As he passes out of sight Into the heart of tho household When tho day's long worlt Is done, And wife and bair...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

W imtmmilV,, Y A FASHIONS IN FURS. Th Lateit In flealakln nnrmento ad filj-lluli Mull And Una. Long, Bhagpy bona and muffa of tnonkoy Btcln will roplncotlio nwoll laco boalntor on. Thoso furs of rtionkoy akin will tako proeedonco of tho dyed lynx, which coats just twlco its much nnd Is tv fur flnor fur. Hut, fashion's docroo hns gono forth nnd who will dispute UP In light colors tho natural lynx a yollowlsh white fur, with Ir regular spoW of blnck will dlvldo tho honors with red fox nnd 'poswwnt tho lnttor n, bright yollow, with brown stripes running through It. Throi yard bona and modlum-slzod muita will bo tho prevailing shapes worn in thoso fancy furs. Yellow brown otter and tho gray varloty will bo the trimming most scon on cloth suits, long mantles and tho dlrcctolro coat, tho Jloooy, long-lmlrod monkoy skin bolng resorved for hand some black wrupB for olderly ladlov Stylos In tho high-priced Bonlskln gtu'monts change but little Tho long Nowmarket, with rolling collar, closo sl...

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