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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 November 1888

i w jjwwW'twiwm.ywBrLj:rrwagmttiiwiw'wi .tnwn i riJiwio iiiMijuMj'aw :' a -.Jf. '? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O. W. BKEHM. rroptiotol Editor. &.. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, NOV - 1838 Entered at the J'ost-offipeat Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic Ticket. President, vGHOVElt CLEVELAND. Vice-President, ALLEN Q. T11UJIMAN. Secretary of Stnto BOSTON Q. YOUNG. .Supremo Judge LYMAN It. CIUTL'IIFIELD. jMombor of Board of Public Works JAMES EMMIT. Electors at Largo W. W. ELLSBERRY, WILLIAM 1). HILL. For Circuit Judge, DAVID B. 1IIBBAR1). For Congress JOSEPH II. OUTIIWAITE. District Elector WILLIAM P P1UOE. Common Plens Judge. TALL SLOUGH. vCounty Ticket. Treasurer. B. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. VIRGIL C. LOWRY, Commissioner, GEO. MARKS. Infirmary Director, . ISAAC MATIITAS. The Hocking: Comity Cleve land Chib Meets the first and third Friday ev.nings of each month, atilnrt man's Hall. All Democrats are in vited to bo present. C. J. Ji:intni:.sMnij:i:, Pros J.Toirx Siirvi:iii:v, Secretar...

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. — 3 November 1888

1.A-, y:-vtf V. ! V.4 sPT 2i iSJt....i u,. & iwMMnMmiNinu iuum irnvui wuwarOTiuuBwwnxu!fW'iJii'.fcwirAiJgri "wimwwiHWi minim -wii imgmin.un)H.i w rr9nmvwmvM.nwnTrm'Tw'1ln'lr1lrJxx.ll'm g'wiM.jiwtw.r. mrwrwr9,mri'ttm ym t mp'fjtom 4 A i It ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT J22. X. WILSON, City Editor. LO0AL NEWS. "Taffy Pulls" tiro till tho rngo. Tho grocers tiro paying -IOc. for potatoes. Quail can bo Bitot on and after Saturday noxt. W. W. McDonald's popularity $-$ $$$$$$ . John Lutz, of Columbus, wns 'in tho city this week. Mrs. Molzlor is visiting Mrs. Low McGlll of this city. J. M. Buchanan, of Ronton, was in tho city Wcdnesdny. Daniel Pleukhnrp has moved his family to Wostorvllle, O. Thurman closes his campaign speeches at Nclsonvlllo to-day. Tho President has issued his Thanksgiving proclamation. Collins & Mooro had a cloak spoiling inMcArthur this week. Miss Alex Tuthill, of Lancaster was visiting in tho city Tuesday. Mr. Ilook, of tho McArlhur Enquirer was in Logan this week. Twcn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 November 1888

DEMOCRATIO SOLDIERS. Somrt Valunliln Ktntlstlc Comiillml from Itcptihllcnu Almnnnct, ShntTlnjr Thnt tho Soldier r tho Union Woro Domncrnli nml I ho Stny-nt-ltomo Votors Wore llo- i publicans. 1 Thoro Is no ovldonco thnt ovon ono Republican voter in 18G0 shouldorod his muskot and fought In tho Union Tanks during tho civil war. That a fow lid is exceedingly probublo; but tho vidcnco is lacking, and wo must ac cept tho statement on faith. Outsldo of tho rogulnr army corps olllcors but threo of tho prominent Generals woro Republicans. Grant, Sherman, Sheri dan, McClcllnn, Mendo, Hancock, Slo ctim, llutlcr, Logon, Hooker, McPhor son, Uucll, Kosocrans, Sickles tho whole galaxy of volunteer Gonornls -were Democrats whon tho war began, whatever thoy may havo been nftor it ended. But for thorn and tho loyal Democratic lenders of tho North thero uovcr would havo boon a civil war, or a "nioro perfect Union" preserved for us. , In 18C0 the total Democratic voto In tho loyal States was 1,057,119...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 November 1888

RsHi if i'V 1:1' AQQINQ THEIR TONGUES. ft Three Mlnntos''Ccnvoratlon of Six Olrlt Ljl Overboard by n Qnlot Scribe. f-lVliaf nn finvil. 11,1 ,,,. .!. ...111. ... peecllo, LouP" "It wasn't mo. I had LIUlo'o. Don't pull tho floss llko that!" "Can I holp ItP Do movo your chnlr ft llttlo bo I cnn got my foot up." "Jon's shoos nro just lllco yoursl" "Jon's shoos novorsawtho day thoy'd iook into mmo; nor Jon's loot, nolthor." "Juot boo how my hands aro tanned. Tho sun was hla.lnpr on tho wator." "You had gloves on." "I hadn't. "You had, too. I saw thorn." "What! yostordayP" " Yes y osterdny. " "No such thing not yesterday." "Well, I'vo got oyos, I hope Whon wo stood on tho plor thoro, boforo you ? pot Into tho boat, you had thoso long brown chamois." "That was Thursday." "It was yesterday! Maud, didn't Lil uavo gloves on yesterday?" "I guess you aro thinking of mo. I woro old dark onos." "I'm pqsitlvo Lil had gloves on when wo stood on tho pier auy way." "No, that's a mistake 1 didn't real...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 November 1888

Him ii inn litmaitim If" ... , 1 Y M , '.V li'WJMmwjiiiim't jw ni.tijijuuj."ricnifMHi wMM.'Wiwrm M. fl tho While wnlkiiiR upon tlio street tho other day, I mot two small boys, of courso ouch ono had a band on his caps(oxcnso mo for being so hnpertim-nt as to month n It.) Tho Httlo follows wore con siderably thawed out, about tho tariff and freotrade questions of .the day, Ono was mad at tho .others -Vhat band" and tho other xwas mad at ones hat band. Ono at last got entirely out of his shell, ,and abused the other about being 4n for "free trade," and as retalia tion is tho glory of this groat country; tho other boy, being edu cated up to the same political trick, xoplied, (not in the still small voice) "and you aro in for high tariff." Now where did these yoking boys learn this political dogmatism? It is evident that neither one or the other, knew any more about the pol dtics of our country than they did ;about tho Greek language. But yet I will say that even thoso hoys know fully a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

. . . tf f ' ' . Tv- V i T . ... i . . V , II f A -fri'wvwvwvvmyiFt 6M",;xtWft1t 1 S T'yVfiiMViiMWf9Wt4?'' J- tf' 'H p1 M'4KxHwiMJuttai; - 'At ,frj . 4 .. ....... m-i r'1t.!?,i&.im- k .-"rWIWltlliWWW'y.'' , Jill t(ri mvw Stiy" "' The Ohio J THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ! - . s,-r, .... .i. 4 WOB OFFICE.; ' THAH ANY PAPER IK THE YALLEY'. j More News for Less Money ? J 1M Kinds of , Tob J'rtntlup Done YOL. III. NO. 21. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. c -A& - - 0 L v JL. . v flJtL Na-Z. 3L. JL . a JV . THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAN. nsh Capital, $50,000.00. Doposlts secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n Kencrnl banking buRlne. Foreign DrnftR nnd Hlciunslilp Tickets for snlo nt low est rnlcH. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House IiAWJiENCK A. Cui.vr.lt, President. GkohokW. 1'ui.i.kn, Vlco Trent. UnuiiEN D. Cui.vkh, Cusliler. THE FIRST BANK OF 1,0 G AX, OHIO. ,ilce Hours from 9 u. m. to 3 p. 111. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

'SpS'SSeSRr h Any Pnrty Nol AVIllHiir to Allow the Liberty of Speech Will 1'ull. While walking upon the street the otlur (luy, I met two smnll boya, of courso otjch ouo lintl u bund on his eapjCoxouso mu for being ho Impertinent ns to niuntii n It.) The little follows wero con sidornbly tlmwed out, about tho tariff and freetrndc questions of ,tho day. One was mini at tho .others '.'hat hand" and the other (was mad at ones hat band. One nt last got entirely out of his shell, ,iuid abused the other about buiny Jn for "free tiade," and as retalia tion Is tho glory of this groat jCountry; the other boy, being edu cated up to the same political trick, .replied, (not in the still small voice) "and you are in for high tariff." Now where did these young boys learn this political dogmatism? It is evident that neithoroneor the other, knew any more about the pol itics of our country than they did about tho Greek language. But yet I will say that even thoe boys know fully as much about such mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

t-;" ' 'pi wi it'T" i1 .'' ' '"'"- r ,. ,....,... i.iWW y-U'W'pfU'HI'l-'l-TW .-i.- fij..- p.p n I l' jp.f-wwyxpfcf.llfi-ipiu-i . I.. I i 1 ! i Id 1." K a w v v r . M " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, oma ! CURRENT TOPICS. New York City hns 427 mllos of stroot sowers, i ( I'niLtP PuiLLirs, tbo singing pilgrim. Is tinging In Scotland. otWi One of the leading nnarchlsts In St Louis Is named Griofgrabbor. A Chicago man nnmod Trombono has boon acquitted of murdor. Porn Leo has Isauod nn edict fo bidding Crorantlon among Uoninn Catholics. A ltocHKbTKii pnpor spoaks of a tramp looking &s soody as a wntormolon. If China retaliates by excluding Amer 'cans It will bo bad for tbo missionaries. A German olllcor can not marry nn Amorlcan woman without Bismarck's con sont. '.- . xm TiiElatost benefactor of the colored pco plo dispensed his charity with nvcry lib eral Hand. Tke London school board propose to drop tho study of Latin and substitute modern lnngunges. Instead of a dog, Miss Kntlo O'Conn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

''WvwSwf! - -.-. -v-" n"" J,WL' j, U-jlMj,, ,n J..JylL,, '.j.-,.-, - v i----- ' ffH" '! fcf '--1 "!" f - v aysis - ,- I I I ' I ; 4 i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.OGA2T. OHIO. COMPENSATION. X did rot think that I will old, Albeit in my hair Z noticed that somo stiver threads Wero icattered hero and there. The ago In which wo Hvo, they sat, Makes people prematurely gray. Though depondent on my glasses, It gave me no surprise Sewing and reading as I do, Would try most people's oyes; And halt our youni: (oiks now, you Know "Wear glasses evorywhoro thoy go. Rheumatic twlngos might uavo been Ahlntot ago to mo; They used to bo old (oiks' complaints, Hut doctors all agrco That changes of tho weather tell On oung (oiks nowadays as well. Iltmw I'm getting "fussy ways,", I want things plumb and truo ; I like my cup of toa at noon, My qulot cornor too. But such things como about I'o (ound, "Whore children aro no moro around. Dut i am old. I'll toll you why: I'm grandmother to-day, A (act I've seen and...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

T5T5 'l V ,',,f,,i , , , v I t . J. 1 1' wy ... WWIWII UWOWII wwwrmMMWTuviimifcMM w jwmtBvm y im cm n .IMI.II.IHI 'I Jljj i j" 1 1 , Vote Cast in Hocking Comity, , f r Member of Congioss. C. P. Judge. Piosidonl. Treasurer. i I' 5 , J, i,c) i ! ! NAMES OF TOWN SHIPS and wards. o m pi o c a O o V, V 3 r o Is o n o 7y-p, ..ciwwysfqrastra mm x Hi!) 17(i 82 117 88 !)" 81 1(12 Kill 112 172 1111 102 17!! 1J1H 1111 22(i itia Ronton Township, Fulls " " Gore, " Logan, 1st Ward i :nd " " .'Id " -Ith Goodhopo Township, Oroon " r Laurel " Clarion " 1st Pro. Perry " L'nd " " " Sallcroek " Starr " Washington " 1st Pre. Wind " 2nd " " " TOTALS PLURALITIES THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G. W. BREHM. A.. H. Wilson, Picprlctoi - Editor, SATURDAY, NOV 10 18S8 Entered at the Post-office alLoguv as Secoiid-clai.i matter. C)NXi:rriCL'T has the Democratic fold. remained in Tin: protected manufacturers, have paid dearly for this election. Waym: County made a eratice gain of l()G on (lie 1881. Demn- vote of Trusts, pool...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

:. v- iv. if 'f1',;'' "-. u '''Is' . ''mwiiww'TinjMscwieiwiijfruritiwgiiii''wijwBa(iij'jiiuiiiiiiuwiiwfc wgwmtn.unMJ'uiMi.r'n,ni mna. 1 i Til THE OHIO DEMOCRAT .jm ;. irrLsox, at tt Editor. . LO0AL NEWS, monoy Alox-niut-Hor. Tliero was a chap who kept n nloro, " Ami though tliero inla.lit1iou;rnmlcr, lie sold 1 1 1.i goods to nil who eninc, And liln nrinio -wns Alexander. '( Ho mixed IiIsrooiIs with cunning lintul, IIo wara skillful In-nndcr: -And BlncuhlHNURnrwnihnir Bund, Tuoy culled lilm Alox-Snnder. TIo lmd his tlenr one, nnd hIio enmc, ' And lovingly he ncunncd her, Ho naltcil her would who chungo her nnmc. Thou n ring did Alcx-liniitt her. "Oh I yes," alio Ffilil, with Binlllng lip, "Iflcnn bocommnndcr;" JVnd no they formed n partnership And culled It Alox-nnd-hcr. 1802. Changol Scooped J Tlio Chinese- nro happy. Harry Totltl is at homo this week. Indiana lias corao down off the fence. Grandpa's hat proves to bo a winner. Geo. Tonnyliill is working for Clias "Hose. Miss Nell W...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

; yyU & j-'T'W, t-pfrfUTT"" "g'1' 'T"T f V" J3-J3HJP'! p HiHf nijiyi irff-iliyi,! -.jr'1 Jffi-y ," f V..-.f. ,,T' ,.,!,. 1 t i .,Vt- pi si KOTICa TO COKRKsrONDKNTa. Altcommnntetttou for lhljpt ahottld bswom uMtUA hvihBunbl tht ftnthori not tiaMrllr hi MnUdfci thtnuntot the ftnthori not tiaMrllr fot rmbl IcUUn, Vut h n Mldtaei ttrl oftbt wrlttr. Wrllt only ot rr. Urn itrtlfllftrlr cartful lac! Mibl IcUUn, Vut h n rldnct of good hit h on th on on ild of tho p' in hi th ltln md flffiirM ttlftlfi ftnd dlitlnct. Tron ;lrinznms ftnddftUi trtiuntar ifta dlfflcuU to dtclphMi tcuft Qttha CftrtlMi miAQftt to which lbf wriUn. THE REASON WHY. Ho dirt not scorn a man for docdj Malicious or inhuman, IIo. ever bad n helping hand For friendless man or woman i Out In the limy working world Ho wroiiRht, cnoh davllljht hour. And men deferred to hlui. ns ono Whoso wor.l was law and pou'r. Then why, within hi prcttv homo, Onco filled with Joy nnd gladness, Elands ho with bated breath, nnd air Of rtc...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

. r f ' ' ' K L ' ' MISCELLANEOUS ' EpUuroa dcoltiro that tho black codfish caught on tho Northern Paclflo const aro Biiporlor to Blind, and in finitely bottor thnn tho ordinnry cod. A Gormnii statistician flgnros ip that England lias caused tho death of 60,000,000 people- and has wrought $10, 000,000,000 worth of destruction. '", English temperance societies de light in such blzarro nnmes as "Tho Sons of tho Phoonix," "Tho llrothron of tho Coclcatrico" and "Tho Royul Antldoluvlan Order of Buffaloes." Sitting Bull says: "Soon wo shall not liavo enough ground to strotch our topees and rest our limbs. Wo shall have to pay taxes and bo poor and ragged liko tho palefaces." "Tho Poodlo Dog" rastaurant, tho Ean Francisco Dolinonlco, was yclopt by tho Fronohman who started It "So poulot d'or" (Tho Goldon Hon), which was too much of a jawbrcaltor for tho natives; henco tho present nnrao. A whito woman in Columbia, S. C, "who wna charged with hor colored husband with violating tho law ngains...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 November 1888

tls!$$fefxa53 j4,y,r;:;u',Tj-i:.-,:.j .':,;?::- ,in-bS---C----ff OSS-j- ,.Wi..,.. . .ij n...,..;. '" l J.i" AS?a...i i t f'-'li" " " FVIMII " mifWWWn IhOTTJM Wl W-T VW1TOB.W. .im ptmwwn-imifimnwiwlMH.wiLiunrjfti iwiMiumaAwmLjtt'Uii'iiwwn.'AlAjiu.iiLjj.m.i.ii!..Am'ji'uiiiliMUjnaa stem ft tj "J' hikji-ii.kijmu uiiBwiwpiiniT.iwi'iuiiKiiniijml-iuiif.w ii"mm mmhiiuihj imiiuijh CX lTirS.WSBB?S!t!?nHJJ. r J anck.!'? H..aHBs.Pi li t.) I) f X- i I ' U r P. . '. ;PV. . HOTEL HAWK3HAWS. flfho Men Wliii llurn lti-como ImlUpoiun lllll III C It)' Unlll'llCPI. "Oh, htfn it, linlol let'-isUvo, Is hor" Woll, what food on curth li nhotol .dotcctlvu? AV.mt do hotols wunt with .dotectivo'), umhtn. ?" Thin reinn'.'lf, intuit) In n poitihint .tono, wiis uttered In tlio forrldoj" of tho llolTnmn Ilotn tlio othor afternoon by 'n Westurn man, vho wiw on u visit to tho metropolis', mil h-A boon looking at tho iirt tr",n,uirn of Uiu enfo. Jlo .ojcd In u i!ou,tomiu ma wny tho woll jilrca""d llttlo m:n, with n ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 November 1888

r vTvvnryvTTYYV rvvvvVHT LARGER CIRCULATION ? f THAU ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, j More News for Less Money,? kAAnAAAAAinAAAAVl YOL. III. NO. 22. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 17,1888. TElttIS, .$1.50 PER YEAR. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT fT -m- w X w -w- -w .- jjoB office. Tup Ohio P ittjjOirnsT 1'jtious. j tf ,f THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN, Cnsh Capita $50,000.00. Dopoalts secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a Ronernl nnnking business. Forolttn Drafts nnd Steamship Tickets for snlo lit low est rates. OFFICE, Kooin No. 5, Opcru House. IiAWltKNOK A. Crjr.vim, President. Gkuikj;: W. I'ur.r.KN, Vlro I'rest. HKUlir.N 1). Gut.VKlt, Cnshler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OIHO. Uco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, JPrcsldeut. Chan. IS. Jlowen, Cashier. Docsn ccncrnl banking business, receives Jposlts, discounts pnper, mid buys nnd hells Xchungc. HANK In central room In the Jnmos ...Sock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREIOL Attorney-at-La...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 November 1888

"WMWpMMMiMES !'! I I i I! h , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.OflAX. OHIO, CURRENT TOPICS Dn. Macrr.nzib sold 100,000 copies of In1) book. Onio.vb nro twclvo conts n bushel In Town. Elkctiiicty movos 288,000 mllos per second. HussKi.i.tiAaK la estimated to lie nunta $00,000,008. Tkn Applotons mako up tlio firm of D. Apploton & Co. A nervy thlof stolo n half aero of colcry nt Unadlllu, Mich. A statck of ltobort Burns is to bo oroct id at Toronto, Canada. EX-PRESIDENT WlllTK, Of Corlioll, will pass tho winter In Egypt. Mr. Wjhtkcotto.v Is tho prosecuting nt lornoyof llnlls County, Ma William, King of Nothorlnnds, Is tho l icliest monarch In tho world. Ouant was tho youngost man ovor olect jd President Ho wns forty-six. The American Court dontist nt Stuttgart IsJJr. Klein, of Indiannpolis, Ind. A STATttE of llornco Greoloy Is to bo placod in Now York's City Hall Park. .PnAiniKchlckons hnvo appeared In Kan sas In almost unprecedented numbers. Belva Lockwood has doclared against tho fominino pr...

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. — 17 November 1888

y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.OGAN. t t t ' OHIO OUR HOME. To Sty Iluslmuri, No plln nf architectural stono, With columns towor nntl arch abounding, Within iipnrtmunts largo nntl lone, Anil smtoly corridors resounding, nut structure claiming only grace, Proportioned to n resting placo Our homo. A spot whero sunlight likes to slilno Through curtnlncd windows softly gloaming And flickering through tho hanging vino Is dimmed within by lovo-llght beaming From oyes, nglovv with hoavonly ray, And lips, whero household graces piny Our home. Tho leaves by whlsporlng winds nro stirred, And round about tho birds nro singing; Within still swoeter sound is heard, Tho silvery laugh of childhood ringing, And tender tonos and accents kind, Tho soul of harmony unbind Our home. And when shut in by drifting snow Content wo lot tho storm-wind bluster; Wo faco tho honrth-flro's ruddy glow While shadows drear behind us cluster; No blast with bitter breath can chill Tho heart nnothor's heart doth fill Our home....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 November 1888

. w.a-jj Xims!2pBi'irrwnaUinmi n ! Ejimi wwwtmmnmimitimmiyr'.vrixvTWJKwrvjrJmvytr9T3mm wmwMnrirviwwimn'ii dv ! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0,W. USl'.HM J Optllll I A..H.WJlPon, - - -SATURDAY, NOV 17 Editor, - I3SS Entered at the Post-office at Logan as SecaiuMais mutter. Tin: "Hon tor" and "bloated bond bolder" throw the federal patron age into Republican "soup." Ptnitcw ..(. 1 uii iwn i aufii ff No man can servo two masters." ho could and reward. Cleveland thought verily he hath bis JSixci: Harrison's election tho trusts and combines have taken on a new lease of life and aro now breathing more freely. Tin: result of the stubborn fight made on Congressman Mills by the agents of trusts and their money was his election by an increased vote. Mil. Cm:vi:i.ani made an est attempt to enry out the service law, and the attempt a .source of weakness in the stiuggle for re-election. hon- civil was late Them: is an error in the footing of the total vote of this county as it appears in our table, publis...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 November 1888

& X f r !. awn j wmPimmmMi Tilts paper goes to press at 8 o'clock JL' i uiuy (if ottrtj THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOSAL NEWS. J2D. L. ll'ILSOXf Vlt ff JMltor, Sorupo tho at roots. Court Novombor 30th. Snow hero oil Friday. Lot's all bo postmastors. Salt.rivor procession to-night. Sportsmen uro in their glory. O. W. II. Wright was in Lun- enstor Tuesday. Tho official count was mado In New York Friday. Prof. Recktenwaldt has just purchased a now Bb cornet. John Sanderson has Improved Ills residence on Second St. Logan wants two or threo more post ofllccs to fill the demand. Tho Democrats will have a Salt river procession to-night. Tho Republicans tooted the big horn in Nelsonvlllo on Friday. Tho jollification at Nolsonville on Monday night was a success. A dance was given at Hart man's Hall on Tuesday evening. Will and Miss Kato Kessler were In New Lexington Tuesday. Wo think the autumn of 1888 will go down in tho history as the great "reign fall." A pound party was given by Mr. and Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 November 1888

aacsoJTir Vimrmvnf cm inti i hium i mum m hi am. .i! if '! 1 ,$ vm i Vwwrtt SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. 1'npor treated with a mtxturo of camphor oil and linseed oil becomes waterproof. Girls tiro beginning (o look townul dentistry as n Hold wlioro tlelr wits mh IndiiHtry may win a fair reward. Tho vanilla beau gtows wild In Jloxico, and, fresh from tho forest, soils u' ton or twclvo dollar. per 1,0(10. Prussian hluo In got by fuslnnr horses' hoofs and other rufuso animal matter with impure potassium carbon nto. It's well known that there ro nb Hohiloly no genuine chamois ski.n in 1ho marlcot; but, liotwltliytniulins-, an Kngltah II rm Is manufacturing a now cloth in imitation of the Imltallou skins. They will bo Justus g.xid as tho real siting, it is claimed, and will bo sold as imitations. Willi Edison's new phonograph tubes aro fluid to tho compositors' oars and eoniuv'-d with tho instru ment, which is sot lo talking or stopped by 11 pedal arrangement. Tlio phono graph talks olT a sente...

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