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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

mtrmBtmmrr ISSSiaSS tnigiifUff ft i3MMMaai iiUffia7aaaaBPitfciAMwi 11 ii i.i..Miiiiy(ai DURING 1S83. Somo of tho Important Evonta of tho Past Yonr. Casualties nml Crlmos Leading Kvontg in tliei 1'olltlcal nml Hoclnl World Meteorological Dentin tr Noted IihIItIJhMs Etc., Kto. ltUSINLSS I'AIMJKKS. ;ltKVOLVINU MAUIMTIKS OK MO.'OW AND VP WAIIDS. Jan. 1-Win, II. DoForcst, wholosalo silk dealer, Now Yorltj 1600,000. Jan. ffil-M. & E. Holoinon, Now York tobacco nists; jaw.ojo Feb. 7 F. Clroto & Co., monulsciurcrs or iron Goods, Now York; $111,000. Fob. si Gran, Ilonnott & Co,, Iron mnnu lactursrs, Pittsburgh, 1'a.l N.C00.O00. Fob. !.7 11. 11. Clurlt ii Co., hut dealers. Now York City; (353,000. Mar. V7 Stato National Dnnk of Raleigh, N. J closed Its doors, cashier and president hav ing lied with Hourly KOO.OOO of bank's funds. Apr. 8ft Clarke, Itndcllffo & Co., dry-poods commission morchnnts, Now.-York; ?80,),XV. May 2H Jns. MoLaughlln & Bon, woolon man ufacturers, Slta...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

w iSfe I I f r, m OHIO DEMOCRAT. ,3. W. UREHM. A.. H. "Wilson, - Propttetol Editor, .SATURDAY, JAN li 1889 Entered nl the Posl-offiaeat Logan at Second-plans matter. Sunscitnti: fyr tho Col Hindus Post If you wnnt a newsy Demo cratlc daily at 10 cents u week. Let the cuiisc of Tariff reform, Henl and earnest reiorm bo eio blazon&d on every Democratic bnnu.cr in the land. tlslng Is tho levorngo with which this storo litis boon raised ui. My business averages $25,01)0,000 a year. I do not see how any largo and successful retail business can bo done without liberal advertis ing Continuous advertising, like continuous work is the most effective." Notwithstanding that Ilar ris.on is elected, yet the papers are full of tho news of lockouts nnd .Btrlkes all over the country. Dn. J. C. Thompson, one of the oldest physicians in l'ickawny Co., died at his home in Circlevillo on Monday night in his "8th year. To compound felony is to become an accessory after tho fact. There should bo no t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

it amUM, ru..tv... . ; -iff "wjftBWWIiJi1 " tWltitefaBrramsraUmMinaiw n LjjLitteZr2ns yflBTrTrffir rtir i gy iff ,. iymf-i" ,,.,,. .-sjt - .. 7" aMMPgJUM I LrfiUll Mf jwtAHgAinimigm 2TAV paper jroca to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, JED. I,. iriLSOX, City Editor. Fine vcnther after the blow I Mrs. Keber Is elowly Impro ving in health. Frank Bluslus was in Lancas tor on Sunday. Small-pox in gradunll,,' spread ing nil over Ohio. Jim Savoy spent part of this -week in Newark. Jackson Dny Jan. 8, was not obsered in this city. ' Tide Houston, of Flood wood, is visiting in Logan this week. Ed L. Davenportof the Gazette was in Columbus on Tuesday. Dr. Mansfield was in Athens County-several days this week. Miss Flo Wilson is slowly re covering from her recent il Iness. G. W. Beery, the ph tographer has been employed by L. L. Law. Will Wes'tluko will sell his household goods at public sale to day. Frank Kanode was offered $25 for his pointer dog one day this ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

H THE OHIO BEMNNttT. LOGAN. OHIO LOVE AFTER DEATH. Tlicy say If our beloved dead Should soelt tlio old familiar plnco, Sorao stroiiKcr would bo llicro Instead, And they would und no welcome faco. lean not tell how that niaylio In other homes, but this I'know: Could my lost darling oomo to mo, Th.it sho would never find It so. Oft-tlmcs tho flowers hToromo and gono, Oft-tlinot the winter winds have Monti, Tho vlillo hor lieacoful rest wont on, fo And I hnvo learned to llro nlono. llnvo slowly learned from day to day, In nil life's tusk to boar my part; II u t, u hetlior Rrnvo or wholhor cay, I hide her memory In my heart. Fond, faithful lovo 1ms blctsod my way, And friends arc rouud me, truo and tried ! They havp their place, but hers to-day Is empty as tho day sho died, How would I print; with batod breath. And Joy too deep for word or slcn. To talto my darling home from death, And onco again to cull hor mlno. I daro not dream tho blissful droam, It fills my heart with wild unrost. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

ppmw3ivfr' ::i '.iTOTrr-r c. IMU,NWiWIHmfmiKWfllHnli lilfwrti WMRN ' ip IS "i REPORTING FOR PAPERS. Advice to a Young Mnn Tlilritlnfr foi Literary Glory. Ono of lUo greatest essentials of sue cos8 for a reporter on a olty papor Is a thorough knowlodgo of tho city nnd a gononil nequalntanco with tho cltlzono. Men of ordinary ability who possess oxtondod knowlodgo of points for gath ering nowfl and a familiarity with noted local characters, are often of moro valuo to a nowspnpor than mon capablo of writing brilliant and highly polished articles, who aro comparative strangers in tho locality. A roportor must got all tho nows. If acquainted with ovory thing and overy body In town, ho gathors his items and writes thorn up in a crudo manner, perhaps, but thoy contain tho ono point of nowH wanted and the city editor revises tho item to suit his fancy. Under theso circumstances a youwr man from tho country, unuaod to tho atmosphere and surroundings of a city life, has vory small chances of ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

(gjf p ' S i;fl M I I' t f.H,il iippnumwVMMWlUmPJWIWJlllHTWIPWtUIIWWW POCTORS IN EPIDEMICS. I , ryjiolr Manner nf Protecting Tlicmtolvoi from ComIhIuih tnlliiniioei. It has bequ ofton nskotl if modlc.il mon have or uso any propUyltiutli), go lug so much umontr Infoetloin (Hsh.903 at thoy do, ami soatnli-jlo bou a vchamcil lo. Thoy do not no aiy prophylnetio strictly so callod, but thoy do nil lint Ituniiia n:ituro cail to .cultlvnto the mc j .in xt in corpora sano. You will novor tliul a mo.llotil man during oplilomlos and Hbidom, Indeed, at any other timo tiiu'.cltitfiuiy .mistake lu taking HtimulunU. Ho rises ,cn.rly if ho has baon "all nljxht In;" If not, ho.does not hosrudo .hlmsnlf an ,oxtra hour or two In bed, knowln? tho ,oxtromo valuo of sleep. Ho knows .woll that ffood, solid, rofiwhin? slum bor is ono nf tho pillars that support life ono of tho keystones to the arch fit oxistouco. Then, as a rulo, tho doctor has a bath .every morning; in all probability a .cold spongo or s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

jPW, "" .-lmfrmnf - f?r- -p - - rwff r- - -... tyy i yyu 'ywwy ' i..'1-- rrrsKSSTms: - 4-fl . f ' t v m t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT i IJOB OFFICE.! jf .Jf(7 of, Tab Vrhithif J)ohc LARGER CIRCULATION THAH ASY PAPER IN THE YALLEF. ; More Nevs for Less Money. J TK AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAW4 YOL. III. NO. 81. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1889. TEEMS, $1.50 PEE YE K. 7f? ipr-vrrTjsammssmmbi r - I , V -ar &. ' -A I ffl ' I J nk ft M thl U. Int, Qtil quJ grn! lntf V THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOdAH. Ciisli Cjnilal, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Linblllt j' of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Unci n General bunking btiMncM. t'ornlcn Drafts nntl Stenmsliln Tickets Tor sale nt low out mto.i. OPriCIJ, Koom No. 6, Opera House. liAWiirscr A. cur.vnn, President. Geohor W. I'1)M,i:, Vlri- I'rfKt., Hi.UlirN D, (JUf.VI.it, Ca-Oiler THEFIRSTBANK j OFLOGAX, OHIO. ! Ice Hours from ) a. in. to ;i p. in. 'aid in Cash Capital, $50,000, jtToIin Walker, President. Chas. 22. IJoiroi, Cashier. Doonn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

r fi i A, l V OTITO 3 The now speaker of tho Massachu setts Houso of Roprosentatlvcs is just thirty years of ngo. Senatoii Beck, accompanied by his Bon, nro going to tho Bermudas on ac count of tho termor's bad hoalth. TOSTMASTEn - GeNEUAL DlCKINSOM lias docided that strikes of employes do not rcliovo railroads of responsibility for tho delivery of- moils on schcdulo time The Garfiold monumont nt Clovoland 'will not ho dedicated hoforo Decoration Say. It is said that an admission foo will bo charged, permanently, to nil visitors. It was n very complimentary notico which tho Oakland (Cal.) Tribune gave to a now rival for favor. "It looks," says tho' Trlbuno, "lilco a typograph ical error." The hotol-kcopcrs aro to havo a trust. It is to bo called tho Hotel Mu tual Association and is almost world wido in its scope. Tho schemo origi nated in England. In many of tho States whero tho Leg islatures nro in session tho most prom Inont subject for discussion and consid eration is reform in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

;M ife &wiitWmmmw gw). ... l f' ) "I -p?"""" t,ffKy ft. cr- . V-.V C5 'a. r '&' (t- i W H 4 rs A OOVEBNOE'S MESSAGE. AnnunlMossaso of Govornor For J alcor, of Ohio. Battrnot4ry Showing of tlio Ktnln's Fl- nntircs-Vrlin l'onnl unci Ilonnvnlont In- Rlltutltns In Kxoollont Condition Clliil'fff" In tlio Kloctlnii r.nws lire- oinlnvmlod Tlio Whlto Caps. EXECUTIVE CltAMtlKlf, I Cnt.tlMitus, O.i Jnn. 8, ltfcD. f tn tho Central Assembly : You rrsune your duties under fnvornblo aus pices, Tlio your has been full of blessings wo have had poace, prosperity, hoalth nnd hap piness. Thorresldcntlal contest 1ms Riven us increased tojlldonco In populur government. Tho questions Involved wore of commanding Importnnoo. Thevnrousod universal interest. All classes Joliod In their discussion. It was n campaign of Intellect. The dissemination of linowlcdgo with respect to tlio political condi tion and nlTalrs of Mia Nation was unusual. Tlio rosult has been cheerfully accepted by tho -wholo countr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

'Sr ' rf i I ft i li far- i i , w ft. W. BREHM. - rroprUtot A.. H. Wilson, ... Editor. SATURDAY, JAN 10 - 1SS0 mumtm.niKsarm.mai.-'TKSt n nr3'KiTWUMt'Bar!iTnoaigagnrtittmAn -a THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Tlin M"ofc choi.bunrd m win uo uoioro mo legislature tins winter again and should bccnmo u law. The Common School is tho creature of tho State and should ho relieved from tho grasp of tho School Book Monopoly, ! IU Entered at thol'osLojVccat Logan as SVcoHf-e matter. Hiking a voter to work at the polls is bribery. Toledo is afflicted by a gang of petty burglars. There is n small race war In two counties in Miss. The man who will sell his voto should be disfranchised. New Mexico, Washington and Utah are all asking ndmissjon as States. Several casos of smallpox is reported at New Holland Pickaway County. Tjn: Plumed Knight acts as if ho was the Dictator or the Repub Jiuiui party. Gen Harbison was formally elected President of the U. S. on Jaat rqondny. Tub proposed convention of County "Record...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

1fc fe A ra Si B3i 3 'is 5 M ft J F. ft H ' v IMJrBgftKaJaWWtiftlrttttJBfcftfcfcttiiMi This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L06AL NEWS, ED. L. WILSON, City Editor. The Raccoon Valley Graphic is for sale. Protracted meeting at tho M. E. Church. Rob Work, of Marietta, spent Sunday in Logan. Circuit Court will convene hero on February 11, 1889. Our Homo and Savings Asso ciation is progressing finely. B. C. Rubor and wife were -visiting in Findlay last week. R. B. Motherwell, of Findlay, was a Logan visitor yesturday. Mrs. A. H. UrookC and daught ers spent Sunday in Lancaster. Mrs. Satn'I Ilempel was visit- ing in New Straltsville last week. Chas Fraseh was in Columbus on Monday to hnvu his eyes treat ed. Frank Baird has taken charge of Niagara furnace hi New York State. Thomas Harper has been ap pointed Deputy Sheriff of Perry County. We understand that Sam W. Applemun intends to move to Col umbus. Ed Wadewentto Pennsylvania this week to visit the sce...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

y&OBZZJmiliL I , ) , i 1 1 ,' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAN. OHIO ONE DAY AT A TIME. Hare you sorrow, and trouble, and caret Do jour bunions mom heavy to bear? Is-.tlie prosont nil dark, and llio future all droarf ls'lho sky of your lifo thickly clouded with foarf Sfivn for moment I 1'aufio, client and still, Ana note If you can the wisdom and will Hiat ineniures your strength with God's graci ous dcaluu, liyMd.llns your Ills, "ono day nt a tlmo." Wopld you climb up ttio inoin(nln ot famef WyiW J'ml carve on its summit yournamof Yo.utovust patiently work, and pationlly try, To' make most of tho moments that go slipping by, You m:iy string thorn like pearls In asclntlltant chain That will give back tbolr light In tho darkness again, That will open your p.Uh, In ono luminous lino, If you bind them together, "ouo day at a tltnc," llivoyou found that your friend In untruo! ThoYrlond that you trusted, the. frlond that you know! Mo jou mourn your betrayal, as you sit all atone? Do you funoy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

V - -..,.0. -J!. ffr-...ifli.ii ...;', --" -1, -l'JJJU'JaJ !- - - mi i'ihmm.ii i MuHmMMnniaMnMiipininiii)i . w in i iin.iuujuiuaiimreaami.nj.a lu.ju.-i m IWih i K 1 r a , THE BOWSER FAMILY. How Mr. II. Clcnrccl III Homo at' Ilne terlit nnil Other I'orllnu TIiIiiri. Mr. Uowsor doesn't Intend to lot sickness or death got nhoad of us as a family If any offort of his enn provont, nnd ho Is always doing tho right thing in tlw nick of tlmo. Ono day ho camo homo an hour nhoad of titno, his coun tenance) wearing a very Important look, nnd tho first thing ho did was to bolt upstairs to our bedroom and lower tho window, although I hnd just closed it aflor airing tho room for two hours. Ho then camo clattering down to nsk mo for a pan. "What on earth do you wnnt of a pan?" I asked. "To Bnvo nil our llvcsl" ho an uwored. "HowP11 "Your bedroom is full of poisonous gases, which must bo absorbed by an open vessol of wttcr." "Nonsense!" "I oxpected it. That's tho weapon of tho ignorant! Srs. Bowser...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 January 1889

PHf i 'if i I i ,' Seed Time nnd Ilnvvesit. TIhto woro UoI biislnoH Hi ii a res iin the United Stntos last week 4,irolmlilv tin1 hit-host number." re- port thucnmiiirrclul titTouol..., "ever , ... ,,., ... ,,,.,, rounnluri In thin fount ry In ' y period or time." The people have sowed tlio wliul.iml the pioppeets woro nuvorniore lively tor tlii'in to .reap the wjiirlwinil. Nero tlddliny: while Home hurii ,od was not a more ineofjrtiotisspee taele than that presented just now .by tlc monopolist'! in the United States Senate 'reforming' the tariff -to perpetrate and ineretisitheoi!s .under which the btifdiyss of the' country is suffering through over protoution. Our iiiiiiuifui'tliiim interests need free raw materials and larger markets the protectionists will .continue the tav upon raw mater ials nnd still fmthor restrict the opportunities of manufacturers to sell their goods in (lie neutral lnarhets of the world. The fanner or the United Shito have control of the home market by reas...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

ft t J mswfi f;t a& m I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 iThe Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION J THAR ANY PAPER IN TUE YALLEY. More News for Less Money. 3 Vaaaaaaaaaaa&aaaaaaaaaw4 SJOB OFFICE. p All Kinds of.Tob Printing Done J VOL. III. NO. 32. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. i THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cftflh fcnpitnl, Deposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does (i pcnernl blinking hnelncRs. ForelRii Drafts mid SIcaiiiRlilp Tickets for wilo nt low est rntes. OFFICE, Room No. !i, Opera House. Lawkknok A. Gw.veii, l'rcnldrnt. Okoiuii: W. I'ur.LKN, Vlro 1'resi. ItnunnN D. Uur.VKii, CasMcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. lco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Walker, President. Chan. E. liowen, Cashier. Dock a general banking tmslncBx, receives posllx, illHcoimtK pniicr, mid biiyn nnd m.'Uh Jclinngc. WnANK In ccntrnl room In the JnincH i licit. ATTORNEYS. Cr. AV. BREHM. Attorney-at-La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

V ' 'v"tf ,j i, "' i-' ' A i HWWM v ,- - -,t- 'i ! r; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.ORAN. omo. CURRENT TOPICS. Enoo Fly Is a Kansas post-ofllce. K The Now York Suproma Court has do elded that trusts ore lilegAl. " ' Tub whaat area tills your In Kansas Is twlco what It was last yoar. Tub winter in Franco thUB far has boon tbo lovcrest (or flttoon years. A Wichita pnstor hns boon askod to ro lp.n bocauso ho preachoBtoo long;. Thk Crar o Russia wears a ring In which Is omboddod a pleco ot tho truo cross. Maiuc Twain lost his hat and coat at a Hartford ball and went homo barohoadod. A connKSPONDENT says that only tho Amorlcan girls surpass tho Irish ladios in beauty. Cnows aro causing much onnoynnco to tlio farmers of Douglas County, Illinois, this winter. A goose with hor wings tlod was sen ovor .Niagara Falls tho other day and float ed nwny alive. In speod tho Vesuvius bents tho world twenty-llvo miles an hour, uud not strain ing horsolf, oitheri Domxo tho past year 32,937 Russian im migrants,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

' ""i'WJP"'.' 1 4 k tmr(tXfi AN IMPORTANT BILL. air. Trjon'n mil Creating- Township Super. Tlsnr nnd l'roTldlnjj for the Improve. merit ol Country Roads. Following Is tho full text or Mr. Tryon'a bill now boforo tho Ohio Legislature, de signed for tho improvement of country roads: A IJILTj To eronto township supervisors In certain counties, and requlro tho lotting of , certain portions of ronopvorls by contract. Sko. 1. Do It onaoted lv tho Oonornl Assem bly of tho Stnto of Ohio, That In each township In the following counties, namely: Adams, Ashtabula, Auglaize, llolmont, Ilrown, Clarke, dormant. Columbiana, Coshocton, Crawford, Cuyahoga, D&rlio, Defiance, Delaware, Fair Hold, Fnyotto, Fulton, Oallla, Qoauga, Guern sey, Hancock, Harrison, Hooking. Huron, Jack son, JorTorsoo, Luko. Logan, Lorain, Lucas, Mahoning. Marlon, Medina, Monroe, Morgan, Morrow, Muskingum, Noble, Ottawa, Pauld ing, Perry, Portage, Sandusky, Hcloto, Soncna, Trumbull, Vnn Wert, Vinton, Williams, Wood and Wy...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

, lUiO.i infc. , ' 't ?l jww flyft THE OHIO DJEMOCRAT. B. W. BREHM. Proprlotoi A.. H. Wilson, ... Editor. SATURDAY, JAN 20 1889 Entered at tlicVost-offlce at Logan as Seeontl-nlass matter. The legislature of Tonn., have re-elected Ishnm O. Harris U. S. .Senator over Hon, L. 0. Hoik his Republican conipatitor. Ice dcalot-H of Now York nml other eastern States are predicting an co famine unlesgu heavy freeze pepurs Jn the next thirty days. Small Pox is reported from many pointy in the state, and it would be wojl Hour Board of Health Instituted some precautionary pleasures. California and Toxns wool, grower cat) produce wool eheapor than the Ohio sheep farmer and bus, only foreign coiiiputltiop to fear, If paid any bounty It should bo ntthe lower rate. Tho smuggling Ohio wool grower has to meet the foreign and home competition at a disad vantage and should nnyo u larger bounty. As it costs ipore to grow wool in some counties than in others there might be u subdivi sion of bounty lates ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

"mrw 1 sr ' V This paper goes to prcssial 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, ED. Ij. WiLSQN, City Editor. Logun has Night Caps. .-Mrfl.MuggIoBe1tis crltlcully HI. All kinds of weather this week Lee Cresap was In Logan Sun day. Pete Fnrrell was In Athens Sunday. F. S. Pursoll is In Charleston this week. Judge Frelsner Is holding court In Lancaster. Monday was pay day for the C. II. V. & T. Ry. The Crescent Club gave a dance Monday evening. Buchtol has a newspaper call ed the "Buchtel Tidings." Miss Ella Meeks is confined to her room by severe illness. Reber &Co have received their spring supply of wall paper. Mrs. A. Magoon, visited Mrs. Bumgardner in Lancaster Sunday. Mr. W. N. Lay was down (ho Valley yesterday on a business trip. D. Angel Friesner of the Pom eroy Democrat was In Logan Sun day. Lawrence Yerges and Mack Conuel wero visiting in Athens Sunday. Dr.G. W. TJollison took Martin Wels to the hospital in Columbus on Thursday. The Spanish Mandolin ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

l! 1 1 .1! h i , iir i M. n u OHIO THE LAND OF NEVERWAS. Whoro nro nil thoso shining Tnlleys which iro used tn slwrnnd ihytno, Iurp1o with tlia clustered frultnirc of tho har vest's Holds or tlmo! Whoro aro nil thoo vounu nmhltlons, framod In rainbows, niireolocl With n hnlo mist of glory wovon from the sun set's gold? Gono liefora Iholr realization, lileo aftccti with out n oitiso, Vanlhed In tho misty limbo of tho Land of NovcrwnsI Whero nro nil tho90 toppling oastles, turret- tipped wiih moonlit glows, Gay with voutln and laURhlnft mitilcns, tliro' their coholng porticoes? Whero nro those ucrlnl brownstoncs with their gargoyles of red mist, Touchod with sardonyx and topaz and with ffohl Hndmnethjst? Thcyhac floated on tho summer clouds that novor wait nor pause, Down oclow tho dim horizon of the Land of Nm erw.is I Whom aio all thoso golden galli-ons floating on tho titleless seas, With their sctulal sails distended, bound for the Ilcsporldos, Sailing thro' tho dancing dolphins, ...

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