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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 October 1888

w ft'-1f (?$ r"TM5$ ns. h i M r .Tho fl recti nnd rny. A ' wandered through tho wood .r.fijoj lhu the dcj t tolfludc, 'iAuinmti leave wonj falling round, '. ,OoverlliKull the itrrnry grjiundt ijriiUi reminding or Die dn jAiion we nil shall don tmr gray. ltllt n quaint old l)Oi))( nt liiind Taught mo of a distant land, .Wliuto tli o sunlight mid tliii showers lllropd It with peiennlnl (lowers; Teaching, thus, Hint enrth fo-dny, Partlsgrton lfliartlsB'uy. (Ccntld v D ponder sweetly o'er Sorrows Icrs nnd blessings moro, Count) with Joy, tho favors sought, (ailll by faith's bright gulldltig w roiighl. Joy nnd gladness then would find, Ample tliouv.it to cheer tlia mind. lint t pondered Milt In thought, 'er tho mingling colors wrought. Nor Is fancies pencil lnld Idly in tho iicutnil Khndo: Por theeoloiHof rncJt dny Mingles preen with suddc st gray. When wo each huve borne our pnrt, JVhen enrth's cures hnvo vuurkd our huirl, 'When wo've tried our noblest mind, When our faith has In en ret...

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. — 20 October 1888

?r VVVVTTTVTVVirVTTTVVfVVTVI The Ohio Democrat. ("larger circulation THAR AMI PAPER IN THE YALLEI. j More News for Less Honey. 5" ! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT JOB OFFIOEJ All Kinds of Job J'rllitinft Vonc ' at XO WEHT I'MICEb. UtiUklUkIUktJli VOL. III. NO. 18. LOGAN, 0 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. its r I fc u THE PEOPLES, BANK OF LOGAN, Cash Capital, 150,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. T)oes iv conernt banking business. Foreign IJmfts and Steamship Tickets for salo at low est rates. .OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera Honsc. JjAWHrnch A. Coi.veu, President. Ukoiiof, W. 1'ui.i.k, VIro l'rest. RnuuKN D. Cu.vr.n, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAK, OHIO. See Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. liowen, Cashier. Does.a general bunking business, receives sposlls, discounts paper, mid buys and sells kchange. TBANK In central room In tbo James u lock. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. A...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

v n v " FT"'"' ?- t jtr ..tf , i &rr- i: 1 t, T-1 THEOHIO DEMOCRAT. T.OAN. i l s i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS Btr.T. Nye Is now spoken of as William Adjacent. Nkw Yoiik linn n population of Chinese aomothlug over 10,000. A Nkw YonK manufacturing firm bas IIS Williams In Its employ. A R3AL, llvo princess keeps a millinery toro on Fifth nvonue, New York. Sixty thousand barrolii of sour krout ro mado at Reading, Pa., ovory fall. The prosont soislon of Congress Is the longost In the history of the Republic. F. BTnEOKBR, of Reading, Pa., has col lected over eight hunderd bozos of buttor les. Forests aro springing up on tho aban doned mines and mining towns In Cali fornia. An "olght-footod horse" was billed as xn attraction at tho Custer County, Dako ca, fair. Italians in Iowa, are rebolltng against tho payment of a tax levlod on thorn by the State. Over one-third tho entire population of Hew Hampshire havo deposits in tho sav ings banks. TnK first dlroctory of the City of Now York was publ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

11 i r IV 4 Y i' J m -i la Si, AN INFLUENTIAL CONVERT. Xx Solicitor of Ihr TrMianrjr Jordan IU pmllntea the O. O. P. Edward Jordan, tho friend of Abra ham Lincoln and Solicitor of tho Treasury under Soorotary Chaso, do nouncos Iho llopubllcan party of to day ns a humbug and has loft It to voto for Orovor Clovoland. Tho groatosl blow that has boon doalttha Republican causo slnco tho campaign opened in this vicinity 1b that which Edward Jordan, ono of tho oldest and most honored of tho early foundor of tho "Grand Old Party," aimed at Its fraudulent professions, protestations and doetriuos in this city. Every llopubllcan statesman in tho country knows Edward Jordan, Solic itor of tho Treasury under Abraham Lincoln and Androw Johnson. Evovy public man of standing In tho National Govornment and tho House of Roprcsontatlvcs for tho last twenty eight years knows Edward Jordan, who was mado Solicitor of tho Treasury by Soorotary Chase and who was summoned from Portsmouth, In tho Southorn pa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

ir-,j8fif f jy&9&!"- i " 'yn j -$ i ' H I, w 5 r ip: ft! 1.4 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, e Q. W. BRBHH, Proprlotot Editor A. H. Wilson, BATUItDAY, OCT 20 1888 Enlercdal the PosUoJjlce alLogan as Sccowl'cUtst nattcr. Democratic Ticket, ( President, ' GROVER CLEVELAND. , . . Vice-President, ALLEN Q. THURMAN. Sopretnry of ttto BOSTON G. YOUNG. Supremo Judge .LYMAN R. ORITOHPIELD. ' leinbor of Board of Public Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Lnrgo W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM D. HILL. For Circuit Judge, SETH WELDY. For Congress ,. JOSEPH H. QUTIIWAITE. '"" District Elector WILLIAM P. PRICE. pommon Plons Judge. TALL SLOUGH. Pounty Ticket. Treasurer. B. H. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOW.RY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. - The Hocking County Cleve land Club 'Meets the first and third Friday evenings of each month, rit Hart man's Hall. Ail Democrats are in vited to bo present. (C. J. JBUKOEN8MEIEH, PreS Joiin SuivniiEY, Secretary Unnecessary taxation is u...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

V s J I 1 L fi r r. i I y & P 1 . V i'i't r? s fa ir i i. 1 ....- . -'----' - -. w w-...-. Ji'iJ. L. WILSON, Clll Editor. LO0AL NEWS, ticorgo Ranch will nut return to Kansas. Lnfo Warner's now building Is completed. Col. Rompcl was in Columbus on Tuesday. O. W. Drehra was In Columbus on Tuesday. The Falrflold. County Fair was a failure. Tho now river bridge was com pleted last week. Mr. Hlggins wont to Indlan apolip this week. Hev. C. C. Hart will move to Nebraska next week. This papor goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday night. .-Nelsonvlllo is golug to xhavc Just one more saloon. B. B. Comly, of Florence, Ala., was In Logan Saturday last. Dick McCarthy, of Ashland, Wis., is In the city this week. Peter Kreider has moved from Laurel township to Enterprise. There was a thunder storm in this locality on Tuesday evening. . C. Darlington, of California, is visiting M. D. Moore, in this city. Will'JSrasch Is attending the Cincinnati Centennial this week. There was a parlor dance at McC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

v, ' t ir-Pi "' , ",w9"- if 'v-'" ''f&ffi,' !- .""j V Vr fHE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. IF WE COULD KNOW. If we could only always know The heart of him we think our foe, Whnt loro and pity wo bad shownl If wo had known Tho circumstances of his life, lilt good rosolvos, his inward strife I How tqndcr then ourheart had grown It we had known I If wo coutd know that whon wa pray God hears and hcods otch word wc say, And pities us, and loves us so If wo could know, O I what sweet rest the hert would feci I Wlmt scnui of rest would o'er us steal I What lovlni? words from hearts would flow If wo coutd know) If wo had known whlto on Ufa's way, With loved ono walking day by day, Death's shadow hovered 'round our home If wo had known, How we'd hnvo sholtcrcd thnt doar head I Aud unkind word had no'er hecn said, How sweet our smile I how soft our tone It wo had known I If wo Could only (mow to day That loved ones who have gano awny Htlll enro and love on us bestow If wo could know That th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

V HP'IHflWW'Ti nj nBfjyyry',;'?T-igpjypir-' - v-pr-vmK $$m ytnt i c? I"' I '')"W', It fe I !.- 4 10 Ifi f ii MISCELLANEOUS. Tho largost Johnny-cako known to hava boon matlo was thtrtoon foot long and In twenty-six parts, each ropro sonlin? n State. It was mado by Indies durlnjf tho former Harrison campaign. A Port Huron, Mich., undertaken has a largo tent for funeral purposoa. Whonovor ho has a funorat on a rainy day ho places tho tent ovor tho gravo bo that Borvlces may bo hold with but little inconvonlonco. A young man who prosontod n forgnd ordor to a Dotrolt thoator mnna- agor Bwnllowod tho papor when tho fraud was detected. No bad rosulU followed, as ho waB a rogular oator at tho depot lunch counter. A young man, a Protostant, at tended a Roman Catholic church for tho flrst tlmo on a reoont Sunday at Bar Harbor. Whon ho was going out ho thought ho saw tho congregation dropping offerings Into a rcceptaclo at thosido of the door, so whon he roachod it ho put forth his hand and do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 October 1888

Sf&WWWF' T ' I Vfu'ssy- "rTT. T?r ' "V vt VSJrn. -fjjay "Jl-TifTsw-ysT; "JTSrTt-" ' , TS HtH J " 53BSSS5 ss am 16 ft v, nevV York fashions. filings Tlmt Am .UuullitVly Km Very Nowelt mill Mot Clituof Tlirlr Kind. Another London fancy in the fjowns thnt nro jiow bolnjf inuiiufnetui-Qd for wlntor wear is for elotli droits of that peculiar sluiilj c.Utod sonjotlinca to (tho prrut dolcelntlon of tho funny pnr jiisrnphur "oloplmtit'n bruutV Tills Is trlminod with tho yollnivoit of yol-low-brown ottor, hut It Is n bravo 'womim who wcur It, It mny bo ror .marked. A pretty Htoiunrr-jjown to bo worn by n Now York fjlrl in ntrin ncrosstho ,0CL'nu, Is of dtirlt-bhto sorgo and hns n skirt lnld in narrow Bldo plnlts from tho wntst down. Thoro U n long Di rectoiro oofit which roaches tho skirt's cdfo In tho back, nnd 19 cut off nt tho waist in front. It opuiiH ovor a draped waistcoat of scarlet chltiu crc)o, has bij buttons sol on ouoh sido of tho front and collar, lapels and cults of bluo ve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

i'lpr .$$&" p4 - SiS The Ohio Democrat vv r LARGER CIRCULATION .. f, THAN SHY P,APEE IN THE VALLEY, j More News for Less Money.! at LO WEHT PltlOEH. j m YOIi. III. NO. 10. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1888. TEKMS, $L60 PER YEAR. t.f-J -hJt . I J n THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOM. Cash Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits, secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for sale at low eat rates. OFFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera House. Lawrence A. Culvkr, President. GEORGE W. PULLEN, Vlco Frcst. Ueuiikk D. Cui.vkh, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOOAN, OHIO. ;flce Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid-in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. JBowen, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives posits, discounts paper, and buys mid sells kchange. t-BANK In control room In the James .lack. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, DolHson Building Lognn, O. Collections of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

I r ff&rr gffffi "TJSJPFV , "'!pp-'WptS-yl.?"P i y- r fflE OHIO DEMOCRAT. tooAN, i i i i oarra CURRENT TOPICS Mna. John A. Looan Is on her way to Europe. CmcAoo will bare a status ( Garfield In Oarflcld pork. Tnxr bare a real estate agent In Wichita by the name of Encro. Bismarck has concocted a schomo for 'tho reconstruction of Europe." Or 160 persons naturalised In Boston one day last week, 120 were British Ameri cans. Tins National railroad la Mexico has been sompleted and teitod and will be oponed Tfovember l. Tn Cedar Falls, la, canning factory has put up this season nine hundred thou Band cans of corn. It Is estimated that from 00 to 400 square miles of Georgia timber land are cleared every year. ( Tsr past summor was the wettost that England has ozperloncod since 1879, and the coolest slnca 1860. ' Tnx Emperor of Austria Is Tory fond of chamois shooting and uses an old fash ioned muzzlo-loadlng gun. OnizAnA, Hex., has three papers, the names of which signify respectively ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

"pif i 1 f It r I. T" i ; r . i w tr -f 't. M SOME fARlFF HIS I OR Y. Wlmt Hln-lt Taxation tin Don for, or , Against the Country, In his Now York nddrosa Mr. Blalno dovotcd hlmBolf chlofly to tho tariff History of tho country. In ono nspoct of tho mntlor this was n wlso proceed ing, for ho escaped thereby Bovoral troublcaomo topics. Whilo ho soured aloft Iti oulogy of protection nnd wat -tariffs ho coiltd not, ofcourso, keep near enough tho ground to explain why ho voted in Congress for froo coal and frco lumbor. Neither could ho bo expected to discuss tho labor question In tho light of his showing, whon Sec rotary of State, that "tho Inequalities in tho wogos of English and American oporatives are more than equalized by the greater efficiency of the latter." 1 For tho snmo reason ho was able to sot "trusts" and "froo whisky" ono Bido F ' nnd to leavo tho political "revolution" in Maino unconsidered. But in viow of tho possibility that ho may again tako rofugu in a garbled history o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

fr fi it r-: nftTmntM wmmmrmmrntrmnnmnt Wr t Tj THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, rr O.W.BREHM. rrnptlfltot A.. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor, SATURDAY, OCT 27 - 1888 jrlntt'rcdulticJ'ost'Oj)lccfllf,orai fix Secondi-rlasi matter. Democratic Tiejcot. President, GBOVEll CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLEN G. TUUitMAN. Secretary of Stato BOSTON Q. YOUNG. Supreme Judge. . LYMAN R. OIUTCIIFIELP. iMembcr of Board of Publlo Works JAMES EMMIT, ' Electors nt Largo W. W. ELLSBEIIBY, WILLIAM D. HILL, For Clrcut Judge, DAVID U. HIBBA11D. For Congress JOSEPH II. OUT IIWAITE, District Elector WILLIAM P PBTCE. Common Pleas Judge, TALL SLOUGH. County Ticket. Treasurer. B.H.ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIBGIL C. LOWBY, Commissioner, GEO. MABKS. Infirmary Director, ISAAC MATHIAS. The Hocking County Cleve land Club Meets the first and third Friday oviings of each month, at Hart man's Hall. All Democrats are in vited to be present. (C. J. Ji'-UKGnxsjininn, Pres (Joun' SmvuiinY, Secretary Unnecessary taxation is unjust taxati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

f :; i ifc. A j y w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ED. L, WILSOX, City Editor, LO0AL NEWS, Did you over got left? Qua Shorr Is not expected to live. Ira Macklo spent Sunday In Lancaster. Ed Donovan was In Lancastor on Sunday. V. 0. Lowry was In Athens Wednesday. Ed Payno has closed out his -restaurant. The Republicans have given up Indiana. Mr. Godecko moved to Colum bus on Tuesday. Mlko Kionla was in Columbus on Sunday last. John White went to Cincinnati on Wednesday. Frank Rochester was In Cin cinnati this week. Mrs. A. C. Sands is visiting Mrs. F. C. Rochester. Mrs. Lucy Bowen is visiting her sister Mrs. Tenny. This is the .last week of the Cincinnati Centennial. Thad S. Floyd was iff town several days this Week. George Klienschmldt is visit ing his brother in Indiana. Messrs. Higgins & Hamblin are in Cincinnati this week. Slgnor Zera and wife aro visit ing her parents at this place. Miss Pot Hopley of Bucyrus is visiting friends in this city. Hon. C. H. Buerhaus and wife were in Cincinna...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

J '," i ts t lit THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. I.OGAN. OHIO. SOMETHIINQ GREAT. Wis trial was ended the tlglt punt; All i'.IiuI In his arms was tho knight at last, Tbo goodliest knight In tho whnlo wide land, With oyos thnt shono frith n purpose grand. Tho JClnR looked on him with gracious eyos, And sold: "llo Is moct for tomo high omprlso." To lilmscK ho thought. "I will conquer fata ; I will surely die, or do something grout," Bo from tho palaco ho todo awny; Thoro was troubto ami need In tho town that day : A child had strayed from his mother's sldo Into tho woodland dark and wide. "HolpI" crlod tho mother, with sorrow wild "Help mo, Sir Knight, to seek my child 1 The hungry wolves In the fores t roam ; Kelp mo to bring my lost one homo I" J tie shook hcrhnnd from bis bridle rein: "Alas I poor mother, you nsk In rain. Borne moaner suco- will do, may bo, Somo squire or varlui r' low dogreo. Thcro arc mighty wroni,. In tho world to right; I keep my sword for a noble fight. I am sad at heart fo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

r ic R A r , R . mi STATE NEWS ITEMS. P. AKbHtjte, while drank, laid down on tt4 railroad track and win killed by th. Jr near Bellalre. Hat DunnowB, a puddler at Voung iown, (truck John Walters with an Iron rod, sorlously Injuring him. At Lima, It E. Jaener, a traveling man from Cleveland, was found In Ills room at Hotel French In an Insensible condition from inhaling gas escaping from the burner. Nicholas Millbr hanged hlmielf In a barn near Now Philadelphia. Tint typhoid ferer epidemic In Wyandot County Is growing worse. ,- 1 3 Thb body of Mary Elizabeth Medloy, of Coshocton, was found In a fenco-cornor, tho other morning. Bho was subject to heart dlseaso, and, It Is supposod, suc cumbed to tho troublo while on her way to milk tho cows. Ab Alvln D. Hall was baling hay near Mount Ollead, he was caught In tho ma chlno and had ono of his feet torn off, and Is now In a serious condition. An Infant child of J. W. Stout, of Amanda, white playing near a tub of water, fall In and was drow...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 October 1888

r' " 'JrilJ S it h- Uncle ike's Benr Story. flow lie nnd Urnlti Hccnmp Friend nntl Helped One Another when In Trouble. A group of passengers on nno of ,tho river afeniporg says tho Sav annah News, were talking of the oodf and hunting and tolling tall talcs. One man told a bear Htory which caused tho listeners to look ilnyiiiriiigly tit each otluv "Speaking about bears," broko ln another, "you noyor heard tell ,of my Uncle Ike a tellln' of a slory ,tlint want rock bottom fuck. Ho .was In the Hnr'son fresh and got ,out cypress ovuli on Duh crick ,whcn the fresh It come. What he .didn't know about hours, tho bears .didn't know theniscl vus. 1 1 a could .tell wlinli tho biggest bears used by the mawks on the trees, and tho young bears by tho little .marks. My Undo Ike, he .was a .cuttln' of cypress over on Buh .crick, and his shanty was 'pon a high knoll, and .live water had kiv ,ercd everything in ,tvo state? ex .ceptin' that Knoll. One night, along about tho, turn of tho night thar co...

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

1 P THE OHIO DEMOCRAT "1 f jT w . ijob office i up Ohio l All Kinds of Job FrhitlnaIonti M J M M JL JL JL X f LOWEST I'll W1M. J AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ 5 LARGER CIRCULATION THAWANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. J E More News for Less Money.! AAAAAAAAJk AAAAAA AAA AAAAAVV VOL. III. NO. 20. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER B, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Democrat M y -? THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, - - 950,000.00. Deposits secured by Indlvidunl Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a genontf blinking business. Foreign Crafts and Steamship Tickets for sala at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawiiknce A. Cur.VEH, President. Gkorok W. 1'um.kn, Vlco I'rcst. IlKUUKN D. CUIA'KIl, CttSlllcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOOuiX, OlIIO. iflce Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. ni. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Iioivcn, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives (posits, discounts paper, and buys and sells kchangc. VDtf BANK Iu central r...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 November 1888

V LOGAN. onio. CURRENT TOPICS a working boo Is boot was raised A Camden (S.C.) man attempted to pawn n. liorso. t the nctlvo llfo of twolvo weeks. A THIRTY-SIX-POUND near Sonoma. Cnl. Sankey, tho singer, 60on goes to Eng land to assist Spurgoon. i-- A Howell, Mich., man brags of a pump kin rlno sovonty-nlno foot long. A squash tbnt wolgbs 180 pounds Is ono or tho attractions of Pasadena, Col. Cider apples, dollvorod, command only cents a bushel In South Acworth, N. II. TiiroDonE Thomas has mado monoy enough to livo on tho huomo of his for-Mno- .rivf .. is.ii -- An Indiana man claims to havo carrlod nn egg in his pockot until tho chickon was nntcbod. Colonel Jerome N. Bonai-arte, hoir to tlio throno of Franco, Is making a stay In Now York. IUcirAnn Jackson, of Dubuque, In., has een tho possessor of 235 bolls during tho u-m 11 u years. Mulhall has broken tho world's swim ming record In England. Ho swam 1.000 yards In 14m 17.'.'s. The lastcensus of India Indicates a pop ulation of C?,!...

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. — 3 November 1888

fjw.5E FfrtrfXflUfafifi iiai.ii-i';.-',.).,, ---: , W'fe.-. w;,y,atr,., .,,,,. :t sarc-g"' 4- I TIEE OHIO DEEilOGRAT. LOGAN. OHIO A LAZY GIRL'S WISH. You a sit, It I could lio Tlint which I would lio, What, from nil nature's sisterhood, Would I chnngo plnco with Would 1 drclo In Biinco with Tho stars, as it start or, from yonJcr wood, Tour my soul slnglnjt As, unwnrd wlnglnff, I sought the bluo, lit homo for a tilrdt No, a bird It too busy, And n star might got dizzy, Bo, I'd bo neither now, don't say a word I Pray, do you enpposo that Lovely rod roio that Nods and beckons and boams on mo Kver gets wcaryt That ever a tear sho Sheds but for joy that sho can bot And that great daisy, Souhlto nndlazy, That stands with nor Bisters thcro In tho sun Has she a care, a Harden to bear, a Troublolnllfor Onolnotono, 1'vo read tho story Of the King In his glory Who "was not arrayed Ilka ono of those;" 'Twn3 Solomon; still ho Couldn't equal a lllv A red Held Illy that Haunts In tho brcozo. Bo, I...

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