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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

K-Z-A f ' PVn im0 TIIE SAMOAN QUESTION. 3?ho Story of tho Troublos and Tholr OrlRin. I.ir illon nnd Resources of tlin Iilmids TUe Treaty With tnmun A Orrtnun l'lot Xlint Him Involved Tills Country. Bm,aln small country, but the possibility hat tho United States nnd Germany may go to war ubnut It, with perhaps Kngland on ono 8 do or tho other nmong tho combatants, gives It nn Irtcrcst ludicrously disproportionate to Its aroo, population and commercial Importance. Whore nnd what Is Samoa, and what Is tho .causo ot tho controversy about It In which thrco of tho leading nations of tho world are en gaged Just now? Tlicso nrc tho questions which are uolng ashed with considerable interest -throughout tho vv orld to-day. Take up a map showing tho Pacific Ocean and "trnco out tho point hotweon tho 13th and Uth parallel ot south latttudo and tho IGOth and Iftd meridian of longltuilo wost from Greenwich. II tho map bo a good ono It will show nnum Tier of dots scattered nt tho snot Indicated, t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

TTRfyyitr mwwMwrn wftnr m xvtomtwvmtrutmmxm swtM'MnMViiMiirtairK&ttvMiarmBtKt'irMrivrmr i r. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. -O. W. BREHMi rt,?ll,u'' A.. H. Wilson, Editor, SATURDAY, l-'KB 1 1889 Entered alt lie Post-ojfhc at Lnuuh as Second-Mass matter. The "public pale" season is n( hand, and (lie Dkhocmiat Is pre pared to print sale liills with neat ness and dispatch and at fair rates. Give the Democrat a eall. Sweet WilJiam Cappellor is be ing beautifully hung up by the glls, and if tlu Senators (inly have t)lP pcrvo to no to the bottom of things, tliey will find some sweet und fragrant things in the nflleinl career of Gov. Forukor's appointee to a second term as commissioner of railroads and telegraph. Tho chief matter of regret, how ever, is the copious ilood of tears George U. Hum, of the Munucld Herald, is shedding over Cnppeller's pad predicament. f'ols. I'ost, Tin: Toledo Bee a few days ago Jind the Democratic Seniors and Representatives of the Ohio Leg islature interviewed as to t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

my-f- cirBriaggigj3mnom-iiii.'BJ-m'Ji-'-iJg3 II ?r 'Thit paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, ED. I. WILSOX, City Editor. Common Picas Court Is ill se.s 8ion. L. D. Vlckers was in Lancaster this week. Chns Bishop was in Lancaster Tuesday. Frank Blasius is still confined to liis room. Al II. Brooke- blames It all on the White Caps. Ed Collins, of Longstrcth, was in Logan Sunday. Tho Postolllee had a rush or business Thursday. Mr. John Kesslor was visiting in Logan this week. B. C. Iteber was in Washing ton, C. II. this week. Geo. Tennyhill, of Nelbonville .was in Logan Thursday. 31iss ltosa Wade is confined to her room by severe illness. The Prohibition State Conven tion will be held at Zanesville. More than the usual uinouutof love (?) tokeus were sent Thurs day. Mrs. N. J. Hay nes, who has been in Columbns lor the past week Jias returned home, Most of the ice houses nt this place have been filled with four nnd five inch ice. Detective Bowen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

'"i; ,-tfH -J" f E- notice to councsroNHims. Allcommuiilcntlotn lor th's t.nwr nhouM be nw-n. NtilirtbrUi "' Million "o' iiic"irllr fr nuU Imtioii, tint M Yl.lrntti of Kl tiillh jmlN' mtt cf the writer. Writ onlj on our- Mr or thj " far. Brtlmilrlrcful In RlrlnR.n't"" "tS''t to hu e th IMttn unit 8nre) plln nd "iUtlnct. rrop. rnmnre.nn difficult to dMlplwr, twain of tli swoIom nun! In which lhr wr writun. THE FIREMAN'S DEATH. Ho ilcjit, and o'or his dauntless brown stindo of , sorrow stolo, A though somo scone of doop distress wns rmoy with his soul, Whon suddenly the droad nlnrmcorue rlnrjing Rhrlll and clour, ClcitvhiR tho night air until It struck ttnonhli K.'irtlcil car. IIo bounded tipl Ills praollcod cjo Wns turned upon tho lurid sliy, Lit by the tlmr os which, mountlriR lilRher, Soon clothed tho ulght In roho of lire. TVitli HghtnhiR speed ho roached tlio sccno-Ottl what a flRht was thero! A mother stood nmld the llamos, and shrieked In wild tlespulrl Her arms around her frlR...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

TJ 'iumnjy.i"'mi" iiXj" wsvil- im.uuM-niuio-U-iiiiaCTra Cr EDGAR POE'Q DEATH. Tho Foct DrtiRceil to ncnth.by Inttlmore linllot-Iloi Stuffer. A formor Dnlttmoroan, now living In Sau Francisco, gives what ho claims to bo a truo account of Poo's lust days mid death. This is his story: "I was intimately acquainted with Edgar Allan Poo for years. Much thnt lias boon said and wrltton In rogard to his death Is false. His habitual rosort In Balti more was tho Widow Moaghor's placo. This was nn oyster stand and liquor bar on tho city front, corresponding In eomo respects with the coffee houses of San Francisco. It was frequented much by printers and ranked as i a respectable placo, whore parties could enjoy a social gaino of cards or cngago in social conversation. Poo was u great favorlto with tho old woman. Tho favorlto scat of tho pool was just behind tho stand, and ho was about ns quiet and soclubloas an oyster hlmsolf. Ho wont by tho name of Bard, and whon pnrtles camo Into tho Bhop It w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

LflFAIL''H tl Sf .r " 'V .V.' 3uV u Nlcklc In Tho Slot, And You get Two I'oMngo SlnniiS"A Machine Tor (lie P,tNtOAico Dc'inrtinunta An iiiKoiifctiiH niiifliiiic wns re cently cxlilliltcd to the Pnttiiui-li r ("enernl. It is) nn iitliipllon ol nut-n-nicklL'-Iu-tlu'-slot nine liinc lo tlii 8ule of ioitiiKi' stniups. A sheet or stamps Is cul Into H- the u I 'Hi of two Htninps, nt (1 'hi si' lip- are wound nroiitiil a cyliiiilor ln-iik of the machine- A nii-Ule N ilac I Jn tho slot, u'hli'h ilnips flow n, -.nrt an eU'ctrh current, which i'iiu-'-tho cylinder to revolve, the -lip ol atnnip.s glides ultinjr and p.ii.c. under n row of needle-i, which drops down undent. triTtwo Miiiii'. The owner of the nlcklc wait a few seconds after his money ili-u-pears and then . hove down a me tolllc button and two stamp-) the i make their appearenci- at an .per turein the low( r part oftt c n c n It is proposed by the in liiors in place these machine-, in -.iniv. and prominent places about n ciiy. It t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

I M i 1 -.if rr.t- "r- "iftpwr "&$ pTfp'5 r ? SThe Ohio Democrat. nrvv mii 1 S LARGER CIRCULATION & THAR ANY PAPER IH THE VALLEY. tuuD urriuc All Kinds of Job Printing Done at LO WEST PRICES. More News for Less Money, ! TOL. III. NO. 36. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FERUARY, 2, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 61 !i it a THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does nRcncral banking business. Foreign Draft nnd Steamship Ticket for salo nt low citrates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Ilonsc. Lawiiknck A. Cui.vku, President. Gkouob W. Pullkn, Vlro Prcsl. IlEonBN D. CUJ.vkii, Cflshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OniO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, PresUlent. Chas. E. Botven, Cashier. Does a general bunking business, receive. noosUs, discounts paper, and buys and Rolls Exchange. -HANK In central room In the James ock. Bloc ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Mtorney-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

rrr- T" TfT V U 1 I , 4l J VJl 'A. 1 1 i . I r v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. Tnn pollco dopnrtmont of Boston costs the city $1,250,000 per yoar. NKAnLY G,000 Indians Hvo on eight res ervations In New York State. Op tho 103 motnbors of tho Illinois Log lslnturo, 123 were born outsldo tho State. TnK latest In ths way ot monopolies is n ' stove trust. Of course, it Is a burning out rage. Tne adoption of tho American Constitu tion by Franco Is among tho alms of Bou langor. Titers nro wild landB In Southwest Mis souri that can bo bought for $11 a quarter aectlon. During the yoar 1837 tho Ilusslan to bacco factorlos turned out 2,692,75C,S35 clgarottos. A Key West fisherman rubs his body with korosonooN and swims among sharks in safety. New nnd Improved accounts of how Prince Rudolph commlttod sulcldo nro still coming In. The Washington Post says "tho war with Germany seems to have boon de clared off." An applo treo noar Frosno, Cal., Is re ported to havo borno ono ton of fruit tho pas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

"fflWTPwrsy wv . y-,rTK' "sf3 THE DAIRY. Tho yiold of buttor la nbout ono pound from 20 to 24 pounds of milk, or 10 to 12 quarts. Too much grain ismorodctrlmontnl to brooding stock than not enough. Tho food should bo bulky, with a small allownnco of grain. Tho fnt of buttor Is n. mixturo of eovornl fats chlofly oljlno, an oily fat, palmltlno and stoarlno, nil solid fats. Thoro aro also Bmall quantities of flvo othor fats prosont. Attend to tho ventilation of tho stablos. Anunhoalthy cow can not glvo healthy milk, nolthor enn a healthy cow romnln so In an unhealthy atmos phere Orango Judd Fnrmor. Tho co-oporntlvo dairies of Don mnrk havo adopted tho system of pay ing their patrons for tholr milk accord ing to tho quantity of oronm contained in it, nnd roport that this system has been tho moans of causing tho farmer to dollvor a first-class quality of milk to tho creamery. Amorlcan Dairyman. If dalrymon would continue to suc cessfully moot tho closo competition which is suro to confro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

"W 'JA.-"V Ty- i, T.WffllSPWf I 1 TCfr.. Art! ' r . $ S-ffP381Sw aSwif SlMut?7 Lflfro CTTffffin flfflffMlflra? fn jyjflBTjiTTTtw ' '.- t$?; '. 'if'rmr!in--i'tw7MmmvsmKfeiw-h irmwm'-mm.t&Mmt'riMjmmwm'mim', i V ' ' " riiMimVlinMIIMiuilll.MI-lllll I " Ml ! Ml " " ' ll M1 l.l'l .' IW WTiei1JlWHll'f1fWI1WIHlIWy'millWIiWW ' ' t TOE OHIO DEMOCRAT. DW. DBEHM. Proprletol Editor; A.. H. "Wilson, SATURDAY, FED 10 188!) Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. The Domoorrits of W.Vn. nil pull ed together on Thursday and re elected Hon. John E. Kenna sona tor. Tho flnnl voto stood Konuu 46 Goff 15, bolng a strict party vote. Hon. Henhy Dohn has received a vory handsome- compliment from tho National Saw Guard Co., of Indianapolis, on his general conduct of tho oinco he so ably nils. Col umbus Post. Two important bills have been passed by Congress and now await Presidential sanction. Tho first admits tho Territories of N. S. Dakota, Montana and Washington Territory to stateh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

v- tnmrKrmmmtmv M ThU paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL .NEWS. JED. L. WILSON, City Editor. to in In Frank Blaslus is again able bo about. Mr. Able Carpenter wag Logan on Friday. Miss May Miller is visiting Wellston this week. J. 0. Ourran, of Now Lexington was In Logan Friday. Mr. Ed Norton visited friends In Logan this week. Miss Maggio Case Is visiting In Columbus this week. Harry Shotwell of Columbus was in Logan Tuesday. Mrs. do Stoigor, of Athens, is visiting in Logan this week- Harry Brown has returned from Washington Territory. Ed and Charlie Gompf have gone to Washington Territory. The revival at the M. E. church closed on Tuesday evening laBt. Chas Smith of Corning attend ed tho dance Thursday evening. Miss Emma Bragg, 'of Colum bus was visiting in Logan this week. Coroner Gage has gone to Vir ginia to help Gus Magoon run a blast furnace. Constable Geo. Beck had a slight stroke of apolexy on Sun day morning last. Miss Webb, of Webb Sum...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

LrM V3? 'H T "JFTWfK';?'- -yTS "rt "OJ nbryf-.-tjt.,, -jt -w f-yutnip- --S(- - f Jji'1 "If-WfR-iV rl -f'' ' 1rtsf Jf J k ! u K. t Pi. II? r K l h k THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO A TREASURED KEEPSAKE. While turning some old kcopittc oror In a sorrowful mooil una forlorn, The gem of thom all I dlsooror In a child's sampler, fnded and torn, With faintly-worked letters unfoldlns An Incomplcto motto, n-stftro, .And tho time yellowed canvas still holdlnj A ringlot of pilo golden hair, "I Love My Dear Pnua Forever," Kuns tho legend, tho rest helnu blurred, "Wlillo tho lust of tho childish endoavor Fritters out In n lialf-broldcrcd word; TThOuRh nil that was mount is coinplotod In tho noof that my incm'ry unrolls, 12vor slnco tho sin ll w orlior's soul flocted To tho diver and tnltor of souls. Only a child's sampler, faded, With poor strnRjllnjr letters mwrouBht: lint, nh! how distinct and unitldcil It emblazons Its bosutittil ITioughtl Only a yellow curl treasured In tho limp, fllmsv, ina...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

LU1.JJU H1UU.U 1 lia HAZING IN COLLEGES. It Is ns Dnit In Foranlo Colleges ns On Could Wrll Imnirlno. Human nntm-o Is vory much tho same In nil Institutions of learning, and first year studotits who vonturo to bo toe presumptuous nro usually dlsclpllnct1 by tliolr uppor classmutus. It make? no rtifferonco whotlior thoy nro attend ing a collcgo for tho dovolopmont o foot-ball plnyors and crack onrsmon, or nro cultivating tho graces of dnno lng. music and needlework in an instl tution where tho slornor sox is not ad mitted Tho fresh girl is treated vory much tho samo n3 tho froshman. When a young miss cntors a boarding-school hIio generally thinks sho owns tho half of tho world which does not belong to her strapping hrothor who Is just ma triculating at college. Ho sports a high hat and carries a bug and. cane, und tho samo spirit prompts her to climb into high-hoolcd shoos and don n 6calakln sacquo and wear a bustle. In such a caso tho youth Is put through a courso of sprouts by tho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 February 1889

W.WBW M "Vj r'jHIJMH' MJW" I ! I l tv l ! f' I ii"' r HJS u 11 K If 5H v an ' Washington Letter. from our regular correspondent. Mr. Hand nil's cuitinilttep, or a almllnr uno will ln jinineiliutcly reported to tlio Houso, I ahull not bo surprised to see thu Semite bill .adopted. And 1 believe Unit Its .adoption would creuto fur more dlssiitlHfuction among Republicans than Democrats. Senator vest In going to have aonie fun with the Republican Sen ators when the Senate conferees on the Springer Omnibus bill make tholr report to the Senate. Mr. Vest will prove by the Record that lntl875, when New Mexico was thought to be republican, that many Republicans now In the Sen ,ato voted in the House for the ad mission of that Territory along with Colorado. Now he wants to Jcnow why these same men oppose the admission of thu territory. Tho inference is very plain to Sen ator Vest nnd everybody else. New Mexico is now Democratic. What care these Republican Senators for cansisteney when party in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

h! ytffVffvvifVvVTyVVlrTyWTVTI'T ( THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. m f. LARGER CIRCULATION IJOB OFFICE.; S THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money. I i All Kind of, rob J'rtiUhiuJ)ona 5 ,ti 1 .nil'VOiT 7'ltTfMN. &iAAftAAAAAJIkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA VOL. III. NO. 37. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH, 2, 1889. , TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. A 4 THE PE0PLES, BANK OF LOCUN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. D.eposits secured by Individual Liability of over 1 Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a ueneral banking huslncsR. KorclRii DrnftH and Steamship Tickets for Bale at low CBt rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honsc. IjAWUENOR A. CULVBIt, President. Gnuiiac W. Pui.i.kn, Vlro Pre!. Ut:um:N I). Cui.vkr, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. in, Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan. K. How en, Cashier. T)oe a Renornl banking lumtiicsR, receives oposltK, discounts paper, mid buys ami scIIh Exchange. w-n ock. ANK In central room lu the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Washington has 200 ratios of nsphnltum treats. An oloctrio car lino to tho top o Mis sionary Itldgo Is proposed. An English jury lias deoidod that the Princo of Wnles' nojo is red. Boaos $10 bills aro circulated in Port land, Ore, In largo numbers. Hkv. Dr. Silence Is a Chicago Socialist who believes In ''agitation." Tub Empress of Japan, whon she trav els, takes hor dentist along with lior. The only tlmo a person docs not caro to break tho lco Is whon ho goes Bkating. Birmingham, Ala., has organized a com pany with $200,000 capital to build a cotton mill. The rlco prospocts ot tho South aro not good. Bad storms and Hoods havo dono great damage. TimKK hundred ratios nn hour Is tho pro posed spcod for tho oloctrlc postal railroad of tho future. Tnn Now York Times presents tho story of "a centonnrlan" whoso llfo was "cut short by a cold." One Amorlcan manufacturer of baso balls employs S0J hands and keeps 40,000 dozen balls in stock. Stat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

it WILLING TO SETTLE. IHsnmnlc Itu.uly to Accept Jluynril' Pro posal li Itostnro l'onco In Hnmnn Jnck Kloin VltiiU Thing Tuo 'Warm for Htm m thn IMnnitn, nnil llnturn In Sim Xrranclncn to Kmnjio llio Hovi-MRr-fiil .f Omnium, who llnvr, II In Hnlit, Horn Cnrryliiir Mutter with n IIIrIi Ilanil. Itnnt.TN, Tub. 18. It Is said that tho Oov emiuontla willing to effect n Hottlomont of tho Sainonn question upon tlio banls of tlio United HUilcs Government's proposal lit tlio Washington conference linnmlyiTJio ratnb nlslimcntof ujolut American, Uorinnn mul .English control over tlio Hninonn Govern ment through tlio CohhuId of tho tluco coun tries nt Apia. Lonx-o l'cb. 18. Tlio Standard's Ilorlln corrcBponnont says ho umlomoiuls that tlio Gorman Government Is disposed to suspend Jiofltilltlos in Hntnon during tlio Sainonn con ference, but only on condition that estates belonging to Gorman BiibJocLs bo uvneunted by Snmonus and that boundary lines of tbo Tjolllfroronts" possessions be marked and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

hwuuwh1 n'JWWiwrmmiwi'wiw wwwtwAtrrm0mwHMmm;mmmwvramirexirim9fi)nmii9nmmwmmMitimitTiil'mmmmmwmmmu "THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. W. BKEIIM. rroprlotol Editor. A.. H. -Wilson, SATURDAY, MAltOII 2, - 188!) Enlcrcdatthcl'ost-offlccat Logan as Second-class mutter. Onlly the ltcptilillcnii pocks Ills grip Hinging, "Onward to Wnstiliifflon I hlilp, llciijnmlu. dear Itcnjamln I havoenmo, k'iiJiiiiiliitlf"ii,l!oii.lnmln,Klvemoiipluin" UULUIUI, U1U yMJU X'l-ilk-uil IJI111I.II o paper, fairly raises up on its hind logs in wrath anil Indignation at tho .suggestion. Gony's Lady's Book speaks for itself and needs no praise. Tho Mar.elj munher, now before us, is a fair indication of tho valuo of this favorite publication the year round It is sparkling, spicy, sensible, and sure to please all ladies who want a magazine for homo Improvement fashion, intelligence, and general culture. Subscription price $2.00 por year. Address, Gody'.s Lady Book, 1220 Arch Streot, Philadel phia, Pa. Tin: London Times was ye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

' A A This paper goes to press alSo'ctock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L.O0AL NEWS. JSJ). Ji. WILSQX, City lStUtor. 'Mud. Ruin. Spring. Ica houses nil filled. Now wuteh tho furnncos start. Which do you cull this lion or lumb. Judgo Slough returned homo Saturday. W. H. Forrol, of Athens, wns in Logan Sunday. Col. Robor, of Charleston, W. Va., is in tho city. Leo Crcsup, of Nclsonvlll. Sun day ed in Logan. Nolsonvtllo will have electric light in threo weoks. John Nixon has sold his livery stable to Itiley Glass. Geo. Mickell, of Springfield, was in tho city Wednesday. Tho thormomotor indicated zero horo on Monday morning. John James has hung out his sign atKesslcs Bros. Jewolry store. -Mrs. M. J. Haynos, spent Sun- m -an lay with Mrs. A. B. Gillott of Lan caster. Mr. Phil Slishcr has purchased the Prior property on north Mul berry St. Misses Gutherio & Chidoster, have moved their establishment to Mt. Sterling. Dr. Jekoll and Mr. Ilydo at tho Opera House ou Friday even ing nex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 March 1889

ltfmttjmmvnmnt9twMmnmmm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAN, OHIO THE TELEGRAM. 'Is this the tcl'irrnpti oTco'" I A&cd a childish voice one tiny, lAsI noted tho cllcl: of my Instrument With Its message from far nay. As it 6oasod, I turned ; at my elbow, Stond the mcrost scrap of a bov, Whoso c'llldlsh fneo was all a?low With tho llghtof a hidden joy. Tlin RoMcn curls on hl! forehead, 61ndul cjes of tho decpet bluo, Ah if a hit of tho Mimmer rtcy Had lost tn them its huo. "lliei s-nnnedmvoTlce rapidly, I'roin cell ndonn to Iloor, TIkti turn d on nmio thoir cai?cr garo, A lit' a ktd tho question o or: "Is t'us tho lol'sraph otttcol ' "it is, tnv little nun ' I n.ild. "pray tell mo what you want MidJ'll help you If I can " 'luentho lluo cj oa crow morooager. And tho brcJtli camo thlclc and fast, And 1 daw within t'io chubby hinds, A folded piper grasped "Nurso told me," he said, "tint tho lightning Oamc down on thowlios, somo day; And njj mamma h is cone to Heal en, And I m lonolj since she is...

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