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

MR. BLAINE'S CABINET. Ihn Nobodies Which Jingo Tliit linn Oath croil Alumni Himself. Tho Cablnot Is Ulalno, With tho posslblo exceptions of John W. Noblo. y of St. Louis, and tho Indlannpolls Willlnra Honry lliirnson (whoso othor nnmo is Miller), it roprosonts nothing but lllntuo, his grco'd for money and his itch for political meddling and bosa lsm. Iiosldos boing a Maine Cabinet it is n Northeastern Cabinet, framed to oxr'udo tho West '"om tho consider ation to which its commanding posi tion In tho Union cntltlos It- It will repeat In tho flnanco of tho Govern ment that discrimination against tho Wost which has impoverished this sec tion to put into tho hands of thoNorih oast tho monoy of which Ulalno Is so fond of boasting. Without regard to party, tho people of tho Wost aro proporly indignant that Windom should bo credited to tho Wost, which ho abandoned to do a doubtful businoas on tho shndiost sldo of tho back alloys of Wall slroot. Tho fact that Ulalno solcctcd and Insisted o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 March 1889

twwmcwwfmjmw'BiOTWWTww nwnrvmm iifwwwminiiinmmi'r'rwiiwiwn nnn'Wmuwi wwmi mimwui Fmmrwmi 'iMWWwm iPWWBwnww wffiwnTVwmwwwrrn'i'mmiTfrfnfii' )"wwwtimwiwmwwn I V II ,. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, " . 0. V. MIEIIM. Proprlotol A.. H. Wilson, - - Editor. SATURDAY, JSIAROIjL 2, - 1880 Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-dans matter. Gen. WaIjCUTt lias been nomi nated for Mayor by tho Ropubli .cuns of Columbus. Incukaskd wages and prices for goods wc.ro tho promised when Harrison Now wo will sec about it. lower boons got in. Tun Republicans of Cincinnati nro having n lively fight over tliju local oftfeos and one paper is re ported as having bolted tho nomi nations. Tin; Hocking County Democracy to whom we have spoken on tho subject arc enthusiastic in tho sup port of John 0. Parker for State Senator. What has become of tho "Great American Idea," protection ' to American labor. Why dont some of our Republican exchanges ''point with pride" to its beneficent re sults? Tiimu: can be no divided...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 March 1889

mpwff1 ft'itjwipppiwt -,f &r jjjjjjwr? WiSTf -5 1TT miMi iiwwmtM a WBrtru.tiiKr fttHMM. tf MtJWKJWJrtiJmifWfffTnKKICmWWPWJMWOT3UJM mwi'jw 'jijw iwwi wiwwwwwwwnmurw wmwBiwnrr TTnrw-Mimi 1'iiWKnriTft itttii flWT1TTfr'r'""r h ' ' 1 -tvm l! V a M ). IV ff'is ;);cr goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, ED. . VlJCSOy, Cltg Editor. Lnncnator's boom is over. ! Mrs. Moses Strawu Is quite sick. Attorney Lowry was In Cin cinnati over Sunday. Mr. nolo, of New Strnitsvillo wns in Logan Sunday. Goo. Tcnnyhill, of Nolsonvlllo wns in Logan Monday. G. W. IJroli in was in Nolson vlllo, on business Tuesday. Reuben Spurrier 'of Columbus was in the city ovor Sunday. Geo. "W. Beery, of Union Fur naces was in tho city Tuesday. The Church dlvorco caso was nrgued in Columbus yesterday. Mrs. Sam'l Rompcl is spending two days in tho country this wool:. Chas. Routt, of South Perry wns in Logan on business Friday. Miss Lucy Mooro spent Sun day with her parents near Starr, ...

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

' t Wivnumiimiutitti tuiimiim iw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO THE RED-HEADED GIRL. Sho Is coming I Mako vtaj for hor chariot wheels; Sho drives but whlto horsos, tho editors sy; Lot poiluntry tnko to Its loud boasting hcols, Wlillo honesty, almplo and gonial, foels A thrill of now llfo from tho powor of her swny. Sho mounts to no platform sho never may voto, And llttlo sho mourns for tho rights of hor rnco; But dishonor nnd fraud sho oin read thorn by notoj Sho Judges no man by tho cut of his coat. But will tell jour truo llfo by the linos otyotir face Sho may not be handsome, or witty, or gay; Sho may ticcr set any in in's head In a whirl; But sho buckles to work, whllo her mates aro at 11 ay, And tho flash of hor eyes scorns plainly to say; "Tho world shall yet honor ouo rod-headed girl." A scoro of whlto hones may walk In her train, And newspapers publish tho Rtale paragraph, Sho passes them by with n happy disdain With malico toward none, and no personal pain, Sho cheerfully j...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 March 1889

SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Tho Grcok lotlorn, Invortod from loft to right, tiro almost identical with tho Phoonlolan of Hobrow. It has bcon dotomlncd that crys tallization may occur during tho period when fused niattor boglns to solidify. It has boon calculated that not loss than 20,000,000 of meteors1, each largo onough to bo vlplblo as a "shoot ing star," ontor our atmosphoro dally. Thoro aro G2.000 women in Amorl ca lntorostcd in tho cultivation ol fruit, and thoy Includo some of the moat successful orclmrdlsts of Cali fornia. Shells found in tho lower lovols ol tho cavos at Dordogno, Franco, indi cate that tho Noanporthal man made common uso of tho oystor, which is thus proven to bo tho oldost domesti cated Uollcaoy known to man. It Is claimed that persons nddlcted to tho uso of alcoholic liquors can be entirely cured by tho now French method of hypnotism. Tho patient Is hypnotized and then told by tho doctor that ho must novor want to drlnl again, but must fool disgust for liquor. T...

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

r -r.7y- "raWr- ;r.cn-..-j. jp, r, rW ftjTf Vi"J- !(! I SDUTH SEA CUSTOMS. Vrccltcil Sailor Foiwtctl ,Ujr rtojnttr. Drinking Knva with tlio Native. Even nt this lrvto period in tho Nino tcontH century, ,whcn tho pcoplo nro supi9scd to know something of almost (every linbitnblo spot upon" tho plobo. (tiioycontiiuinlly tnect with something iiow, hi tho habits mid customs of races Jivincr in somo reuioto part of tbo iworld. Members of tho crow of tho ship John Bryco, which was wrecked in tho South Pacific, givo a graphic 'nccount of tho drinking of "knviv' by !tho natives of tho island .upon which ihoy landed after being in on open Wit Boven days. ' It was tho island of Manns, located about 18 degrees south latitudo and 17(5 degrees west longi Kudo. Thero is only ono whito resi dent thero an Englishman. After tho arrival' of tho shipwrecked par,ty King Malatua, who reigns over tho iittlo inland, gavo them a banquet, vWhioh is .thus described by John Vilko, ono of tho crow: His mtn'cstv...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

(Cert Cv77To v r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT Ohio TVTTTTTT7TT 5 LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. t THAW .AMY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money. J K 1 All Kinds of Job Printing Done J at LOWEST I'll ICES, j YOL. III. NO. 41. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MlROIT, 30, 1889. TEJUIS, 81.50 PEE YEAR. TU.p -L -M. :M f THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. yfC Deposits secured by Individual i. .... Litibility of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a itPiirrnl banking business. Korean nrnriHnnil ftlcitmshlp Tickets rortnlont low est rnlcs. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAWltKNCJt A. Cur.vitit, President. GEOnOK W. I'UM.KN, Vlco PrCHt. Ukuhkn D. Cur.VKit, CnHlilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. O.filco Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Wqllccr, President. Chas. E.Bowcn, Cashier. Docs a ccncrtil banking business, receives oposlts, discounts paper, and buys mid bells JSxchango. tP-BANK In ccntrnl room In tbo James Block. ATTOKNEYS. a. W. BREHM. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

i, f x s R ! m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Denman Thompson, tho actor, Is flfty-six years old. i In Franco It is proposod to wind clocks by olcolrlcity. The dog tax adds $30,000 a year to Con necticut's tronsury. A monument to John Ericsson Is con tomplntod In Boston. The dollclt ot the Molbourno exhibition is ostlmntod nt $1,3)0,000. The Western baso-bnll association will hnvo no Sunday gamos this year. "PiaoTTiiY" and "to IMgott" have beon added to pnrllarasntnry English. A Ciuoaoo woninu 1ms published a story ot which tho scono is laid in Hcavon. The American base-ball nggrogntion Is tho biggest thing In EuropoJust now. The cnttlo In the vicinity ot Westpha lia, Knn, nro "dying ot brnm fovor." Several Slntes have passod laws this oar prohibiting tho salo ot tobacco to boys. All tho Ico-housos on tho Hudson rlvor liavo boon fllled; a million tons havo boon housed. - ' John Enicssox left $112,000 in monoy bequests, and romemberod many old friends. Massachusetts w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

w K'H '"e' - . !f r-."t "V THE RING MY MOTHER WORE. It la not sot with precious gom, 'TIs but u quaint nnd simple thing, Yet more than Jowclod dladom Iprlzo this denr old-fashioned ring. Sho laid It In my trembling hand And bado mo wonr It overmoro; There's maglo In Its narrow band, Tho wedding' ring my mothor woro, Two names In iottors old nnd dim. That tlmo nnd uso hnvo wornnwny, A Rravcn on Its narrow rim, Tho records ol a vanished day. Thoso names nro writ on tuarblo now, Tlio parted tw aln h ivo mot om o more, This ring records each solemn vow Tho wedding ring my mother woro. Dear patient band that lies at rest I Dear ring that binds my soul to horl lie this my fifture holy quost To eco In It God's messenger, My passport to tho city fair, When this fantastic sccno Is o'er. Dear cmblom of our circlo thero, Tho woJdlng ring my mother wore. Mrs. M. li. 1'avno, In Dotrolt Freo Press. SIR PIGGY. Notwithstanding- Hla Lowly tion Ho Has a History. Sta Curious rncts nnit Fancies About t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

s ' - , BJIrtMiWWMBWfclWW miBMMwmiTwnnwn wujuuj l THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.W.HREHM. Proprlo'tot A.. H. Wilson, Editor, SATURDAY, MARCH 00, . J 881) Entered at the J'ost-offlce at Logan as Second-class matter. County Announcements. Tho following named persons lutvo announced their names as candidates for tlio several oftlecs mini oil uiul solicit tho stippport of tho nomocracy at tho Primary EJpetjon to bo hold May I, 188'J. Representative. JOHN K1STLER, of Marlon Tp. , HENRY HANSEL, of'Falls Tp. WILLIAM P. P1UOE. "W.'w. McCRAY. JAMES GRAFFIS, of Marion. Auditor. WILLIAM F. UOWFN. CHARLES W. SCHWENKE, NELSON AIJMSTBONq-, ofl'erry. Sliorlir. WM. J. MeMANIQAL, of Ward Tp. PANIEL. W. WllIGHT. JOSEPH HAFLER. PIERCE BRIGHT, of Marion. BOBT. E. FBEY, lt gf Starr Commissioner. , WM. H. WOODBUFF, of 0reeu Tp. DAVID WOLF, of Marlon Tp. Bccorder. DAVID M. O'HABE, for 2nd term. Coroner. ENOCH G. MABTIN, of Washington Tp. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, for 2nd term. Logan Democratic...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

d'hte paper goes to pre at 8 o'clock Friday evenimj. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS,- ED. A. IVILSOX, City Editor. J. W. Gabriel, Is In Athens this week. J. P. Canty spent Sunday In McArthur. T. P. Johnston visited Logan on Thursday. Koop your oyo on the small boy on Monday. Mr. Goodltvo of Gore was In Iiogan Saturday. Goo. Mumford moved to Brush Tork on Friday. Sheriff Gallagher was In Mc Arthur on Monday. Ohas Alfred, of Columbus was in Logan this week. Rev. Burns, of Nelsonvillo, -was In the city this week. Mrs. do Stelgor, of Athons was visiting In Logan this week. Dr. DolllBon had a professional call to Monday on Thursday. Now watch the Republicans get April fooled on Monday. R. E. Hamblln, of the Athens Asylum was In Logan Sunday. Miss Sadie Pond Is slowly re covering from her recent illness. Some good flsh have already been caught in tho river this season. Miss Emma Dolllson spent Sunday last visiting in New Straits villo. Editor McGrnth of tho Mc Arthur Enquirer was in Logan S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

I U ttUDMifmMM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. THE QUILTING BEE. Ono winter by tho Mcrrlmae, somo two-scoro years ago, You could not sco tho fonco-ratls for tho tlrtftcd honpiof snow, Tho flocks of chickadees would como and In tho tho door-yard stand, Too hunger-tamed to fear tho touch of e'en a boyish hand. I sat bcsldo tho kitchen flro; tho chores at last worodono; Tho farmer's wife, unwilling, owned my tasks n rosthad won. When clown tho road, alt sllvcr-swcct, tho slolRh bells JIurIo enme, And through tho frosty nlr I heard, tlirlco callod In hnsto, my name; Imperious a Rtrltsh volco: "Oh I John, bo qulclc for seo, You'ro wanted oor at tho Sprnsucsl They've pot n nulltln' bee." AQUlltlnRbcot I held my breath. "And pray, what Rood are you J" I heeded not tho damo'sshnrp tongue, slio nl- w nya was a shrew ; Hut coat and muftler hurried on, I sprang Into tho sleigh, And lllto tho wind wo flow along behind tho sqtilro's old hay. A llttlo hand stolo Into mine, alow latiGlirlnpIoil fl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

m J(, yiipi'il 'mmfmmWP' "'V" !T7m",i ' ' ?jp""' ii " THE ARIZONA KICKER. Children Cry for It mid Men find Women Onu't Do Without It. Wo tuko tbo following from tho last Ibsuo of tho Arizona Klckori Good von Ciiimjiien. Major Host wlolt, tho ownor of Grizzly Ranch, curries In tho other day and subscribed for tho IClckor In tho namo of his six-year-old boh, who 1ms beon crying for It for tho last two months. This Is tho fifth or sixth caso whoro children havo ovlncod tbolr interest In and admira tion for our great ontcrprlso, and wo can not holp but fcol flattered. Whllo tho Kiolcor will not ontor tho Hold to compoto with tho Sunday-School Ad vocate, or tho Christian Herald, wo Bhall glvo ovory thing a goodlsh twist and strivo to point a moral and incul cato a losson. Lamc Explanations. A strangor, supposod to bo a man who Is wanted for murder in Tucson, was discovered hiding under tho bridge tho other day and taken to jail to bo hold until iden tified. That night ho dug his way out,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 March 1889

-rf&jT T ft vf1? y iiKKimJH iiiMwcT'jwm,Jwifigw'pwi'tfwwviwiiumTiMwMiwiiiuiUamw ?iS Obilunvy Joe! Otliison died on March 22 3889, rtffod 82 yvn.() uitliy. The subject of this skotch wns iborn In Monmouth Cjounty 5Jow Jorsuy ticpt 22, 180,7, moyctl vixh his imrentq to PJcknway County, O. when hut olovcu years of jiro. In 1820 ho moved vto liiurol Ti. Hocking County, und In 1819 bought tlio farm wlioro jlio hiis llyed until his (loath. In March 182S ho wns united in ,tnnrr,ingo to Miss EliznboUi Frlond ,of jthls couiity. In 183G ho was married tho second tinio to Mrs. .Susiui Judy, who died in 1872, in J80fi ho was again united tho third ,titne in marriage (o Miss Almlra K.ellor, who still survives him. Father Glblson was one of our (Oldest citizens mid has served our Tp. in different capacities, having been elected to tho oftices of Con stable, Trustee, Treasurer and Jus ,tiqo of tho Peace. For nearly fifty yours ho has bc.cn n faithful member of the U. B. Church and for many yea...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

i. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 Ijob office.! f All, Kinds of Job I'l'hithiff Done I ai ' LOII'ISST J'ltWJCS. LARGER CIRCULATION j . f THAN AMY PAPER IH THE VALLEY. I More News for Less Money,? HP? VOL. IH. NO. 42. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1889. TEJIMS,S1.50 PER YEAR. rjrs -V A K P K THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. Cash CunilaL $50,000.00. Doposlts secured by IiuUvltlunl Linbility of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n ppuprnl linnklng luinlne". Korean Drafts and Steamship Tickets for salont low est rates. OFFICII, Koom No. fi, Opera House. IiAWllKNCK A. CUI.VKIt, 'rOll(lCIll. OnOnan W. l'ui.M'.N, Vlro l'rcl. IlKUIIKN I). CUf.VIUI, C'HKlllor. THE FIRST BANK OF IjOGAX, OHIO. Offieo Hours from fl a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1' resident. Chan. F. Bowen, Cashier. Docnn general banking Jitilncn, nv-elvcs imoMts, discounts paper, und lniyn and sells Kxchangc. G?-HANK In central loom in tho Jnmcs oek. Jlloe ATTORNEYS. Ct. w. brehm. Attorney-at-LaY and Notary...

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

'fftf irf'v"tN'"!''?ri "ysv 'nf"iByM,)ywpg"" f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Floods hnvo tlono onormoua dnmnge ir I'russlin Sllosln. Fully 0,000 Chinese havonlronilysoltloil In Now York City. Bill Nye litis wrltton n, piny nnd calloil It "Hie Hlrod Girl." St. Louis lina tnxnhlo proporty to tbo nmount of $221,021,003. A Knotl slxtoon itichos long Is reported to lmvo boon cnpturod nt Orlando, Flo. Dhesskb coon la among tbo dollcnclo3 offered for snlo in tbo markot nt Moxlco, Ma The Australian wheat crop ha? fallen short of tbo osthnatod product for tho son son. Tun wlfo of ex-Socrotary Whitney hns a comploto costumo for ovcry dny In tbo yoar. Hit. and Mrts. Gladstone nro propnrlng for tbo colobrntion of tboir golden wod ding. Tub U. B. Supremo Court wilt continue to stand six Republicans nnd throo Demo unts. Queen Victoria has decldod to bnvo ulectrlcity replace candlos In Windsor castle. The sounds of tbo heart hnvo boon re corded nnd reproduced by tbo phono graph. A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

0K I STATE NEWS ITEMS. I.cplMntlvo rrocfpillnRg. Coumnus, Mnroh S3. SenAte. Tho Sonato niotnt4p. m. I'rayor oh oRorou by Bor, Prnnola Mnrsilon. Ilosolutlona of respect to tho momory of Justlco Mnttliown, propared by y tho comtnlltoo nppolntod for that purposo, wore adoptod. Adjourned till Wodncsday morning to attend tho funeral. Housn Tho llouso mot at 4 p. m., with lo than n quorum prosonts Mr. Outcalt offerodn resolution providing for n commllteo to nttond the funornl nf.lustlco Slanloy M vtlliow s Adopt ed. Hills Introduced: AiilhorfrlnR Atlions to transfer funds; pnssod; for tho protection of porsons from Injury byjoason of brlt'go3, crow ing Btroots ornlleysi nuthorlrlng Adams Coun. ty to construct n freo turnplko; passed! au thorizing Urldgrport, Bolmont County, to Issuo bonds', passed i nuthorlrlng the board of educa tion of Now Carlisle, Clarlto County, to levy a taMopurchason library. Mr. Outcalt ottered n resolution limiting speeches to llvo mltmtos. X.ald over undor tho r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

WEmiftfymiyn-w H r I, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. "W. BHEHM. Propriotot Editor. A.. H. Wilson, BATUBDAY, MARCH 30, -1889 Entered at the Post-office at Log an as Second-class matter. County Announcements. Tho following iinnicd persons have announced their unmet as candidates for tho several oillccs muncd and solicit tho suppport of tho Democracy at tho Primary Election to bo hold May 1, 1889. Representative. JOHN KISTLER, of Marion Tp. HENRY HANSEL, of Falls Tp. WILLIAM P. PRICE. W. "W. McCRAY. JAMES GRAFFIS, of Marlbn. Auditor. WILLIAM F. BOWEN. CHARLES W. SCIIWENKE. NELSON ARMSTRONG, of Perry. Sheriff. WM. J. McMANIQAL, of Ward Tp. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. JOSEPH HAFLER. PIERCE BRIGHT, of Marion. ItOBT. E. FREY, of Starr. DAVID KARSIINER, of Salt Creek. Commissioner. WM. II. WOODRUFF, of Green Tp. DAVID WOLF, of Marion Tp. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'lIARE, for imd term. Cornor. ENOCH G. MARTIN, of Washington Tp, DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, for 2nd term. Nj:w SthaitsviIjIjB electe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

inijtWiuiiiiniiiXi. HimmmUii'mm.ijiuiHijum 'ijiitiivjrsjst sm t jtsjijuAisiijaiiisij.striijspiiustij.'imtimuiitwtsriw'f ta.Faittjjij tssj "j t ' iliiu i1 nut isis'SU'inin e -j .mi u jihi'ij.1 iinu!iw'i"n mmj jwi This jitipor goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. ED. X WILSOX, City lidUor, 1 ran notrriiiK tlio old hour', Aft I hrtveuNm requested i Vh6n lust I tried to wnrblo tliom Tlio mayor hnd ino nrrcstcd. April Houso cleaning. Make your gardon. F. 8. Purscll, P. M. Monday was n quiet day. Sizo up our Domocralic roost er. Will Bort was in Logan over Sunday. John "White is in Cincinnati this week. L. D. Vickcrs was in Athens this week. Will Acker went to Columbus on Tuesdiiy. John C. James was in Buchtcl ou Tuesday. Mrs. Bates went to Columbus ou Thursday. Pro!". Bayman was in Lancast er on Tuesday. A. H. Brrooko will not sport the title of J. P. See Stiers & Co's. change on the first page this week. Jo Kessler is having his sample room repain...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 April 1889

mmonwtrm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO A CURBSTONE SCENE. in tho Miado of n tree, Iit (ho street of a city, Lay a tired llttlo boy, with tlio turf for Ills hcil, In tors, but no bcffffnr npponllnR to pity, A child of tho lowly who tolled for his brcvl. Hcsldo him a handcart stood loaded with fuel, Bits of board ho had Rloancd lu tho lanes whero ho cropt, Till tho whcB'.i o'er tho pavement dragged heavy rtr.d eruol, And spent with tho strain of his burden, ho slept. Will any ono caro, as tho many pass nlh hlmt A threadbare wood-sawyor, bent, wrinkled and old, Caught slcht of tho sleeper, oamo near and stood by hlin, And read In the p'cturo tho story It told. Hungry face, scanty raiment, with barely a button, Ilntloss head, naked feet, fretted soro on tho stono Ho flt-hed out a morsolof dry brand and mutton, And left him tho dinner ho'd brought for Ids own. 1 Thorn wcro eyes bright and merry, oyes teat fill and tender, ..... . On tho watch cro tho old man had tiptoed irony, ,. And so...

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