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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

u . . r OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1889. THE ii jjuw m iwnway THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.W.MIEHM. Proprlotol Editor. A.. H. Wilson, Entered at (hc.J'ost-office at Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic State Ticlcet. Governor, .TAJIKS E. CAMPBELL. Licti(ciuint-Oovornor, WILLIAM V. MARQUIS. Judge of Supremo Court, MARTIN D. FOLLETT, State Treasurer, V. E. BODEN. State School Commissioner, CHARLES C. MILLER. Attorney- General, JESSE M.LEWIS, Member Statu Board Public Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Cleric of Supreme Court, I. J. C. S1IU MAKER. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pleas Judgo JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL 0. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'IIARE Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Tlic Platform. 1. The Democracy of Ohio, in con vention assembled, approve the declaration of principles made by the National Democracy in St. Louis, in JSH...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

THE OHIO DEM.OKAT, SATUltDA, SEPTEMBER, 28, 1880. This paper goes to press alS o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Fair next week. Will Mooro is In Cincinnati. Jnck McBrldo was In tho city Sunday. ' V. C. Lowry was nt Athens Thursday. II. It. Work who has boon qulto fiick, Is out again. John Sheets of Marion town ship died last Saturday. Mr. Chas Smith of Corning was in the city this week. John IL Bright is visiting his mother in Perry township. N.J. Wellaud took In the De troit excursion last Tuesday. F. C. Gclger is at Parkorsburg, W. Va., tills week on business. Mr. Thomas has moved into Ills now residence on Mound St. See Ilarmison's now advertise-' ment of bargains in dry goods this week. It. O. Kittsmiller has put up a neat iron fence in front of his resi dence. Will Frasch is erecting a new iron fenco around his residence property. Mrs. U. G. Swartz of Woostcr, O., is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Tipton. A little child of Mr. Murphy in Furnace town wus ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. I.OOA.N. M OH!" POOR WILL. O Will, poor Will, what h&it thou done That, nightly with tho st of sun, Thy kith and kin ot ancient fame, Pass sentence dooming thoo to slmmcf "Whip poor Willi whip poor Willi" Ere jot tho first palo twilight stars Feor through the gold nndpurplo bars. From yon tall cedar's dusky shado The tnandato sounds across the glade: "Whip poor Will I whip poor Will I" -And straightway comes In mocking tono, From dell and dlnglo wild and lono, From tangled brush and bosky glen, From briery copse and torn-grown fen: "Whip poor Willi whip poor Willi" From distant woods across tho core, From darkling depths of yonder grove, From thickets where the brook runs by, With malice kcer they hoot and cry: "Whip poor Willi whip poor Willi" O, heartless crow, too long, too long Night hnth been saddened with tho song, The world Is wiser now than when You sang first to tho sons ot men: "H7W;j poor Willi tiMp poor Willi" And'nenth this new and kindlier star...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. K A now mnrblo saw cuts two and a halt Inolioj n minute. A Now Knfjlnnd inventor, says tho Ironmonger, has porfostod a njachlno that is wnrranted to mako 12,000 nails a minute, or threo tons per day. It 1b a fnct that sculptors and palntors find tho old duguorrootypo bottor to work from than tho photo praph, forthodlscardod daguorrootypo registered fur bottor tho truo modeling of tho face Brick tiling on flat roofs can not bo raado tight with comont. Tho tiles will absorb wntor; tho comont will also opon a Uttlo by tho sudden shrinkngo from tho heat of tho sun to tho torn poruturo of falling rain. All tho horso Bkins used corno from Russin. Tho lcathor is a clear and beautiful wbito and makes tho finest men's glovc3. Tho Russians havo a peculiar breed of horsos and very flno leather is mado from their hides. Tho first so-cnllcd load ponoils woro mado in tho United States in 1830. It is cstlmatod that tho con sumption in this country is 250,000 a day; that, nt a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

' JIS Mlff --' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 28, 1889. MtMwMMTnrtfiv Wf n jtwinniwiwiinw.wilnii AWAY BEHIND, , .-, tlon board. Tho grumbling is not be- HOW-ROY TAPTrnR call8 ho ,9 colored hack driver,, but WM UU1 J-aOliUU. bceauso ho 1b lllltorato Mid Ignorant and U wholly incompetent.) Ho ean not jnns A Very "Snug" 0, P. Shortage. E-itrekin Reappears I in His Old Role. Colonel Palton Behind Mom Than $27,000.00, As Fornkcr Lives in ration' ll01-.se Ho 3Iust Know All About It, O.thor VHandsomo1'' Shortasoa Flgv uxo on tho Books, Ills Debt to Foraker Being Repaid in Blaster. Hon. Lawronoo T. Noal TJnoqulvo cally Doclaros His Position. And Make a Grand Total In Excess of S5I, OOO.OO. JIow Iild Auditor or Btnto Poo Overlook These ThlllR 111 111 Olllclnl" Holler l'lntn Hrport- Speelnl I)lp-itcli to the Knqulrcr. Cot.fMiius, 0.. Sept. 12. Tho "mng Jilileont showing"' of tho Ohio peniten tiary as a money-maker for u bofooled people Is Bimply oni: or inn papihi myths "Wherewith I'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

Vif' J. t .; -.or-0 J, ,'. . V S THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 KJOB OfFIOE.1 All KlmlH of Job Print In (Done The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCUI ATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY, EMore News for Less Mofifef". L i VOI.. IV. NO. 13. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 5, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Llnblllfy of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doc n gnnernl bnnltlnp: InttiliHW. KorrlKii DrnftH nnd Bte amnhlp Ticket for nnlo nt low cut rntv,. OFFICE, Iloom No. 6, Opera House. IiAWUI'.nck A. Cui.VKit, President. Oi:oiuik V. l'ur.t.KN, Vlro I'rcid. Hkuiikn 1). CUI.VXH, Cnahlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG Ay, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $60,000. John Walkev, J'resirfcnt. Chan. 1!. lioweu, Caviller. Doenn general banking 1ihIiipi, receives (InvoHlls.UlHcoimtH ptipor, mid buy mid elln Exchange. BANK In central roam In the.7amcn lllocL- ATTOUNEYS. GfW. 13REIIM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. X.OGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. London bootblacks chargo twoconta for a flhino. A doo has boon arrested In Baltimore as a common thlof. A West VutniNiA town of 850 Inhab itants has 180 dogs. TumiR Is a post-ofllco In Sharon Coun ty, Mo., called Not. General Sheiiman says ho will attond )io moro soldiers' reunions. Kansas boasts a city whoro thoro was ft cornfiold thrco years ago. Tnn Gorman Emperor hasglvon his portrait to Lord Salisbury. In Franco tho govornmont runs tho tobacco and match business. A Boston hotol advortlsos that It Is near to Phillip ltrooks' church. Fish havo boon caught In tho Gulf of California at a depth of 1,400 feet. In tho Dolman (Mox.) prison aro fifty four murderers condomned to death. Amehica has 200,000 telephones moro than tho rest of tho world combined. Gehmany is making steel fly wheol3. Thoy do double tho speed of cast Iron. An Ohio man has writton Jay Gould a begging lottor every day for the last 450 days. English noblemen aro begin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

' THE CLEARING-UP SHOWER. XThen tho slclos, low and when, are riven with rain, And thro' tho wot woods tho hrljl east winds complain: When day nftor day, storm-tattered and chill, Tho dull vnpors mantle dim valloy and hill now wistfully watching tho gray hoavons lower W wait (or some sign or tho clsarlng-up shower. When llfo means but wcarlnoss, strugglo tiriA pain, ' And earth's Joys nro empty, and flcotlng as vain) "Wlion tho burden of hcart-acho and troublu and caro Soems more than tho ovortnxed spirit car. bear ''Mid tho turmoil and gloom or that cruc'al hour, O, lot us remember tho clcarlng-up shrwor. "There nro dark disappointments thi.t meet us each day, And blltor surprises that lurk by tt! way; "Thcro aro stormy encounters, liglorlous ro- treali, And wounds, and betrayals, and crushing do- fonts j Butlol when dlsnstors our conrago o'crpowcr, "With sunburst and, song comci tho clcarlng-up show or. Whon tho dreary December or llfo Is at hand, And wo journoy down hllllhro' n d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

THIS OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 5, 18H9. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o, w. iinr,HM. Proprietoi A.. H. Wilfeon, - Editor, Entered at the. PosUofflce at Logan an Second-class matter. Democratic State Ticlcot. Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL. Lieut iMiiuit-Oovornor, WILLIAM V. MARQUIS. Judge of Supremo Court, MAItTIN I). FOLLETT. State Treasurer, W.E. UODEN. State School Commissioner, OIIAKLKS C. MILLElt. Attorney General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Member State Hoard Public Works, EltAXK BHYNOLBS. Clerk of Supreme Court, I. J.C. S1IUMAKE11. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pleas Judgo JOSICPU G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIKG1L C. LOW11Y. Representative. WILLIAM P. Pit ICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Slierill'. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KltJECj. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'HARIO Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Inflrmnry Dlreetor. PHILIP HANSEL, 'Hit' IMntrorm. 1. The Democracy of Ohio, in con vention assembled, approve the declaration of principles made by the National Democracy in St. Louis, In 18S8, and es...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

' vtf -w& aftlffl' VM?LatU w.MMf ' - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OOTOBEg15:188g1 mm tn mm mi 27ns p;cr goes to press atSo'dloek Friday evening- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Miss Lutlo Wright wns in Cin olnnutt tills week. Judge Qutherle of Athens wns in Lagan Thursday. Q6orgo lJrnshcnrs wont to Cin cinnati lust Tuesday. Hon. A. C. Sands was in town Inst Saturday and Sunday. Judge Friesncr and Mich Gear wero in Columbus Tuesday. A new time card on the Kail road will go in effect to-morrow. Miss Maine McManlgal of Or bistoti is visiting in Logan this week. O. F. Pilcher, and Messrs Hook nnd McGrath of McArthur attend ed the Fnlr. Rev. Helwlg, Prohibition can didate for Governor will speak in Logan Oct 29di. V. C. Lowry addressed the n)omocrnts at Nolsonvillo last Tuesdny evening. W. II. Turner was in Colum bus last Tuesday getting the outfit for his new Meat Shop. Major Anderson of Columbus was in the city a few days this week attending the Fair. Sanford Browniee who has been at...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN.' 11' OHIO SABY BUNN. IN. P. Willli said of this poom! "It U Bd "drtssod to an Idolliod child, by its pet name, ad thongh beautiful throughout. It lias somo wo or throo passages of Tery rare orlglnDllty. "Tho writorof It (as I learn from n lady who Caoloscs It to ms) was a factory girl, who by tho Jtaborof horown hands, secured tho money for &er education, and sho Is now twenty-four years rfogo nnd supporting herself by various uses of er pen, Sho (Joslo II.) is yet to bo found, .X am very sure." Baby Bunn Winsome Baby llunn I Brighter than tho stars that rlso In tho dusky oonlng skies: Browner than tho robin's wing, Clonror than tho woodland spring. Are tho oyes of Uaby Bunn t AVinsomo Uaby Bunn I Smile, mother, smllol Thinking softly all tho whllo Of a tender, blissful day, When the dark eyes so llko theso Of tho cherub on your knees, Stolo your girlish heart away. Oh I the oyosot Uaby Bunnl Barest mischief they will do, When once old enough to steal W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

i i i n ill -!- jMOaMUMihHWMniH THE STATUS OF LABOR. A IVorklnir-MNti'i Journal on tlio I crmtsn nf Non-Producer. Tho tondoncy of American youth, U forsnko tlio industrial Hold and join tho pront army of iiott-produoorB has long boon bewailed by miigaztno wrltors and popular Icclurors. Tliolr super ficial declamations on tho subject, howovor, havo conspicuously failed to enlighten tho public as to tho roal un derlying cause of tho dlslllfo of tho young for manual labor. Nobody pos sessing ovon an inkling of tho truth will bo apt to imagino that tho ovll will bo checked in any appreciable do groo by greater attention to industrial training. What tho latter moveinont will accomplish, if wiaoly carried out, will bo to bolter equip thoso who now desiro to follow mochanlcal calling for tho battlo of llfo to proparo thorn for becoming skilled artisans in place of half-trained botchos. It will roquiro sorao fnr moro radical chango than in dustrial schooling to atom tho current which has so...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 October 1889

r MtC THE OHIO DEMOOllAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 5, 18H9. TV A-" AS YOU UKS IT. Tim Willi of November, 1880. intsrrimrMi: riiiiAUK i uf.n.iiiat. O, my heart Hh woo's undone. Onth mlny. onlhlsdayi O, tho Democrat Imvo won On this dnv; O, they're wnlldiu In mv blood, And my wrotched immo Is mud, I must sit uml ohuw my cu J, On Hits d y. Alnck and woll'.i tl-iv. Kvorrnore, ovormnre. I-muit hldo niv-olf awnv Evermore: No mow will rxoplo hnut When Forl:cr turns out. But will lniigh nnd scolT and scout Evermore. No moro my wr.itby ro-ir. Woo Is mo: woo U mo: Bhnll donmnd fresh rebel gore, Woo Is mo! 0. th's day Is worse than btnclc, My "exi r ss." r.in of! tho track. And tlm "dng" nro barking back, Woo Is mo! O, tho onlv thins that's left. Is my mouth. Is my mouth; Tho only tiling not ro.'t, Is my mou h : They mav down tho Stato-housc pull. Pile It all upon me full But It's Indestructible, Is my mouth THE OHIO SITUATION At Run by Outsiders After Tinnier' Torr! Iiln Tumble. Tho day that Tanner...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

c 4 VnlH " v - V I thE OiSlO DftROURAI , jr ;JOB.; OFFICE.j LARGER CUMULATION J "f THAN AH? PAPER'lK THE YALLEY. 5 s More News for Less Money, 3 1 HE Ul latum otioo A'piutiiiff Done at TjOH'ISST PllTGIiS. VOL. IV. NO. 13. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 12, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. I 1 1 I I I N l I li l A 1 11 v JLJLLVlVJvJX 1 I ( " THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOO AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a Ronrrnl liniiklnt: tiiixlnpm. Foreign Drartrt mill HtenuiKhlp Tlckcta fur sale lit low est intti. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAwjiknok A. CUI.vku, 1'rrKlilent. Ukoiiok W. l'tri.r.KN, Vlru I'rcRt. llr.uiiK.s 1). CUI.vku, Cashier. A?j1Iv f , 1 "'I ,n. iur i ,:M THE FIRST BANK O' OP LOGAST, OHIO. Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. Jof'ii ft tlker, I'rcsliteiit, Chan. JJ, Hoivcii, t'atthier. noes a RPnernl banking IhikIiiprb, reeclvpH dotmidtH, dlttcouutapapur, and huya and iselU K...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

-'jqffr'iT"T ' rmpmfiiW-TWT uaanninmimNimvvK'iKmBmvvmi VRMNffBWIRI mwMMwaMJWuMMaiu'iiwM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. A Sioux Indian 1ms ontorod Yale's law bcIiooI. Tun 300 Buddhists now In Paris have oponod a tomplo. Tim richest maldon In California Is Miss Jcnnlo Flood. Excellent brown papor can now bo tnado out ot poat fibor. Tub national silver convontlon will moot at St. Louis Novombor SO. San Francisco lias a homo for girls out of work, started by Mrs. Crocker. Dn. Nansen, tho Norwegian explorer, Is about to soj out for tho North Polo. Tun King of Italy recontly vlsltod tho tomb of Garibaldi and placed upon it a nrroath. An Alabama man is beating tho liq uor law by running a "nlckol-ln-tko-slot" bar. A ten foot rattlosnnko was killed by Captain Frank Myatt, of Charleston, H. C, tho other day. Because of tho busy season tho ox Confederate re-union at Meridan, Miss., vlll bo postponed. Fifteen thousand bushols of cranber rios will bo picked from one Now Jorsoy p...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

BltlHIJlLUl?fntMUlllJMlPgWilWWHlliftl'J(ijailUUiMJ.UIMJLtlUiWfJHlJUJjiVBjlfA muuaiftitMmlJUUHimmijlnAnfc3c "THimniBinmiiiniwi mi KOTICE TO COUnESrONDENTB. AltfflnimiinlcAtlon for Oils Nnpr honll ht iccom miiM tr Uis nstns of Hi nillion not mwmvIIt for fbl iratlAn, bin. on n mMmm of gooit fsllh on th I ftrl l Ihn Ktltff, Writ only on on tide 0C ih p. ptr, B(f imillculMlf onrefol In gltlimntlnet MdjUlel lotiTelhileitertridl)jurir.ltnnd dutlncl. Prop, trnnmemte nn dlllleull to decipher, beotuio oflhn etreteii.rnnrierlii wliieh ihtftre written, THE VALUE OF STRAW. Mlno nf Weill th sniroroil to Oo to Vtniite on IMiiny l'linni. 1 probably plnco a highor valuo on straw than most (armors do, for I bo liovo that if it is mnnngod as it should 1)0 it will pay all tho oxponsos.of haul ing tho wheat from tho shoclc and threshing. Many careful tests havo boon mado u our oxpnrlmcnt stations to dotormino tho rolnllvo weight of straw to grain, and thoso show tho avorngo to bo about two pounds of str...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

J!""" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 12, 1889. 3HS 8- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O, W, BltUHM. Proprletot A. H. Wilson, - - Editoi. Jtlnlereil at the Post-offlccat Logan as SccomJ'C.lctss matter. Democratic State Ticket. Governor, JAMES E.' CAMPBELL. Lieutenant-Governor, VliLIAM y. MARQUIS. Judge of Suprcine Court, MARTIN D. FOLLETT. State Treasurer, W. E. BODEN. Stnto School Commissioner ' CI TABLES G. MILLER. Attorney-General, JESSE M. LEWIS, iMemborSta'to Bonn! Pub, He Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Clerk of Supreme Court, I.J. C. SHUMAKER. his appointing a committee to In quire into the condition of Ida mind at the time ho wroto tho George Campbell letter. Tun g. o. p. Is btully nfllicted with Toppsomanln. The prevailing symptom of the disease is the attempt of tho viu tiin to induco so nip one to steal money for them. Tin: Board of Public Affairs pf Cincinnati' Foraker says has spent a Mljlion of dollars for tho City, yet all this time one of the mem bers was orazy and Foraker was aware...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

o aZ cc so -"' "fytt- &-&r r p THE, OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 12, 1889. This paper goes to press at 8 o'cooA Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, . Pete Ogan has removed to fowsKtraltsvlIo. L. Klclnchinldt, Son, is very sick with typhoid fever. Chas Hose was in Cincinnati several days tills week. Win. Wcitzell made r. business tripio Indiana this week. J. C. Rochester lias put a now slate roof on Ills residence. A goodly number of our pco nttended tho Lancaster Fair. Lowis Kloinschmidt, Jr., has rcturnd from Goshen, W. Va. Tho Synod of German Luthern Ministers was in session hero last week. Reuben Spurrier has taken a position in the storo of Collins & Moore. Tuesday morning Mr. John Moriurty started on a trip to Kansas. Tho Lancaster. Fair was a great success in display and attendance. Read tho advertisement of Collins & Mooro this week, it is of interest to you. Dr. Ira Hamblin of Columbus was down visiting his mother a few days this week. Andy IIol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

MfWBtfMWWJWBAJWJMPIWMWJt OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO C A SONG TO THE WORLD. A ioiir to the world tho beautiful world In spito of Its clouds and Its cures, IU trials and pains, 1U shamos and IU stains, Its cruel deceits, and Its sn&ros. With all Its sad faults, 'tis the best world wo ho 'TIs the only one given to man Bo let us accept It, with thanks, an It Is, And enjoy It as lon ns wo can. Then away with tho cynlo who cavils at lite, And wishes his days at an ond I Never yield to despair, but patlontly boar Such mishaps as man can not tnond. What minor who works tho aurlforous earth, Its flittering storo to unfold, Would bo sour In mood, it tho yield had was pood, Because ho found dross with tho gold? Then uhllo you nro working tho vast mine of liro, Ilo hmnblo, content ond resigned Nor worry nor fret; take tho best you can Rot And whlstlo tho worst down tho wind. Then away with tho cynlo. oto. Wo were put hero to struggle 'twas Heaven's decree Each man has his mission to (111 Mi...

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

miTrmwmmuuaPB amwrmuau ut'i-mrrai mjzjruwjm'KwirjaijvimiuiBi!'ouiMrrMmAiriMrxmtmjLn vot" ,nenfv 1. MARK TWAIN'S REMAINS. An Old l'rlnter Toll! a Now Story tif tho Iinntm Humorist, J. II. Stobblns, nn old printer, rIvc9 this unpublished roralnlsconco of Mnrle Twain s "It was when ho wns known only aa Sam Clonicns. Ho was local roportcr on tho Virginia City Enterprise, and 1 was a printer on tho samo paper. Clemens was writing humorous skotchos, but IiIr fnmo us a humorist wns young yot. Ho was an Inveterate smokor and smoked tho fonlcst-snioll-Ing plpo In Virginia City, by all odds. Clemen's olllco was just off the composing-room and although printers, as a rulo, nro not squonmlsh about pipes nnd things, this plpo was breed ing a revolution. It smollcd so infer nally bad that wo always spoko of it as 'Tho Remains.' Therowero numer ous plots suggested to got 'The He mains' out of the way, but wo hesi tated about putting thorn into execu tion when wo learned Hint it was a plpo of consi...

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