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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

UKI14I "?& ';?-r i ' n?' ' &;um!&ujntii'tmmhHmituiin ttAaewan ii ii iwi in - - ' , , i i i I'l'.lrtSK'SWllWIIWIHWtr P Ti The Ohio Democrat. nitEllH ft WHITE, Publisher. LOGAN. : I OI1IO. CURRENT TOPICS. 1 Nitw Yoiik lias an epidemic of the meiulcr and dlphthorla. There in no end of tho variety In the lhapo of lndlos' bats. Tub next natlonnl prison congross will tacotnt Toronto, Ont, Georor M. Pullman is worth $15,000,000 In tho Chicago tax list proposod exhibition fit Brussols In 1888 hns been abandoned. Mns. VicToniA Bchilli.no, noo Morislhl, lias boon found In Europe. TwENrv-NiNH postmnsters oarnod less Mian n dollar a pleco Inst year. Thr oillclal census of Prussia shows a fopulatlon of 28,318,453 persons. Kansas Cur has contracted for n $000,000 Bro-proof board of trado building. A NEniiASKA court Is asked to decide the question: "What's Inn snusagol'' A memorial history of the Jews In Amer ica Is proposed, to bo Issuod In ISM. Atwo.i-ou.vd nugget of virgin gold has ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

The Ohio Democrat nitEHM ft WHITE, l'ubllahor. ' LOQAtf, t i OHIO. TO A MAID DEMURE. Often when tho nlnht In come, n Ith Its quint Rrnup nt homo, V hllo tliuy brolilcr, knit or sow, llcnil, or olmt In voices low, Riidilonlv yon lift your eyes With an curliest look, fitiilwlsa) Hut I cnn not rend their lorn Tell una loss, or toll tnu moro. l.tlte n plctnro In n hook, 1'urn mul poncnful lit your look, Quietly von walk your wnvs Btcndfnst duty nils tlio dnvs. Neither tonrs nor tlcrcn dollahtn. Feverish iluys nor tossing nlitliti, Any trouhlousdrenms confess Tell mo more, or toll mo less. Bwlft tho weeks nro on tho wlnj?j Years nro brief, nnd lovo a thing llloonihip, fmtlnff, Ilka n lloweri Wnlto nnd Belzo the little hour. Olvn mo welcome or fntewcll; Oulokl I wait I And who cnn tell wlmt to-morrow mny hofnll Lovo mo moro, or not nt nil. Andrew JletlbrooU, in Atlantic Monthly. LADIES' MUSTACHES. Removing Thom With a Gold Neo dlo and Battory. Electricity nnd Acids ns Destroyers of Cutlci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

rmm ; I" ' h rmi i I'm i i jihAHfcJltHVWal'liiii iirwmiiini'in nwmiifwumuMMumwuiuMii'ijMnrfftniwTtr1 mgmimxwm$Mm?wMMmm I -j- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BRHM & WHITE, A. H. "Wilson, - - Troptlotots Editor. SATURDAY," NOV; 127-' isSfl. Tin: Knight!! of .Liibof in Chica go hnvo.dono.ti'.vory impolitic tiling, In passing resolutions denouncing tho verdict in tho Anarchist cases as the result of a Judicial and capi talistic conspiracy unequalled In history." Tho enemies of legiti mate organisation of honest labor, aro looking for just such an oppor tunity to connect the Knights of Labor with tho villainous socialis tic orders. Socialism will never raiso its head in this country with out belngjiit, and It behooves those other organizations that do not want to be hit, .to keep away from it. Columbus Times. May not be Poetry, but is Truth. Wo clip tho following from tho Lancaster Gazette ofSaturduy last: Christmas is coming and so is Judge Friesner's now poem. It is entitled "Sit Still, Mo Hear...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

PMJUL'H WttfrHAfll'J J' WWJ1HJBM. SJUJJUlUr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCAL HEWS. Hob WorkJr. la sick Mitck C(lumbcr has ronumod work. John Ilolpma'n Is on the Btreota again. Tim Salvation Army draws to n How. jtftlt jrartltij'orCoonvlllo, spent Sunday h Logan. Field's minstrels will bo hero on Thursday Dec. 2. Frank Gross of this placo has Kono to Jacksonville. Most of the- business houses ob served Thanksgiving. " Mrs. Ham. Bishop, of Kan., 13 visiting friends here. Mr. Amos Kline was in town Friday on business. Miss Laura Rudolph, of Lan caster, is visiting Miss Set Weaver. Itobt Hamlin, of the Athens Asylum, spent Sunday in the city S. M..Oqdecko is rapidly im proving and will probably recover. Don'tvmise, seeing tho La-da -da-dudo baud parade on Monday. Ed Collins, Qf Buchtol, mado a flying visit to tliis place on Tues day. Warranted to drivo away tho blues is Our Jonathan .Monday night, "At The Front" drew a large crowd to tho Opera House Monday ovoning. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Schwarz y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

LBAMtS Olf MEN. Prominont Domocrata Attond Banquet in Chicago. An mini I'riint of the IroquoU Club Ail- ilti-MCH mi the Tariff, tho Treimiry Huriilim nml Other Topics of liitetv.it. llBMOCIIATU) ItOCTIItNR. CiiiL'Ano, Nov. 18. ttwns u distinguished Ritthorliijf which lilted Hits grout dining room of tlio Palmer IIouso Wednesday nncnt tho fourth minimi banquet of tho Irn quota Club. Inaugurated in tho second year of tho club's existence, these bun quota hnve becomo famous throughout tho United Htiitcs, The most momentous ques tions of tlio duy being discussed by acknowl edged tendon of tlio Democratic pnrty on these occasions, tlio utterances at the Iro'juoln Olul) banquot lost tho gon ial sldo of tho after-dinner speeches almost from tho beginning, and bocanio 11 sort of unolllclal platform to will 'h tlio great majority of the party was silently pledged. In one respect Wednes day night's gathering was of greater Inter est than tho former ones tho presence of n Democratic Administra...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

h FOREIGN GOSSIP. A? mnny im a thousand qnnklncs A tiny hivvo boon roglsturcil In Now on land. Ghent is built on twonty-slxtalniuls, Amstonlnin on nlnoty mid Vonlco on eighty. As ninny as thirty thousand shfiwls nro niado nnnunlly In tho vnlo of Cnsh iiioro, which nro worth, on nn uvorago, 51,000 nplcco. Tho slcinncrs on (ho Nllo hn70 driven tho crocodile from that rlvor to ouch an oxtont that tho roptilo Is prno tlcnlly oxtlnet. Comnloto returns of tho French ccnmiH bIiow tho population to be, In round numbers, U8,0U0,000 nnincrenso of 500,000 In livo years. Labouchorc, In Truth, doploros tho English custom of torturing women by Fontonclnp them to death whon thoro Is not tho slightest intention to carry out tho sentence. Qucon Victoria' fl.hcalth Is said to bo bettor now than It has been for several years, and more guests aro being entcr tn'noil at Balmoral than at any tlmo since tho Prlnco Consort's death. Amsterdam has a great palaco which tho King occupies only six days in tho y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 November 1886

I ' m 9i9i iwvexmur i-mimmmwimT' tryroitnliiiUT vjjWTM-t "" I rrf twt-" vrr ttt -Be"" fwnt? mCT'.'.rwTr ."?"-- m&KWI6tttHMi "jiftifticyTaatpjU'T jwunKvwmmm.'mmmi. m iuwiwoti Ml' VIU'IJ IJ Traveling Rules, Tor Vi'ntncu Y(h (lo Out Int.-i I lie World In NleiiM-Ctmi. Kind He ware yon know where you want to k before you iret on tlio train. .Second When you miruhiHO your ticket you will have lo i:iy I'ortt; no ue to toll the ticket intent to "charge it and cent! tho bill to your liusbniut." Anil II' he say the price of the ticket to $:!, don't tell iiini you ciuiKi't one Just like II for sf'J.Ol); lii! won't believe you, and lie might luujjh tit you. Third Never travel without money. It, requires broad viow, liberal edut'iition, keen dlscorn nieiit, and profound judgement to travel without money. No one can do thto Kueee.'i.sfully but tramps and editors. .Fourth Beware of the drummer. Fifth Dont give a stranger your ticket and ask iiini to go, out and cheek your trunk, lie will usual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

h -tvtrtV'tMir-, - om, , v Hi auM i. e v"r -imrv t The Ohio Democrat. VOL.1. NO. 23. LOGrAISr, O., SATURDAY, BECEMBEI1 4. 1886. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN, Cash Capitol, $60,000.00. Doposlta secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doo n general banking business. Foreign Trart. nnd Steamship Tickets for solo ot low octratos. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAWltEKCn A. Cui.vnn, President. GnonoEjW. 1'uli.kn, Vlco Trest. llKuniSN D. Cui.vkii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 9 n. ra. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. IS. Bow cnt Cashier. Docs n general banking business, receives deposits, discounts pnper, nnd buys and sells Exchange. VfiT'BANK-In central room In the Jnmcs nTick. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attoriiey-at-Law and Notary Pablic, Dollison Building Lognu, O. Collections of Claims, Notes nnd Accounts, Mortgages, Lenses, Contracts, Deeds, Wills, Mechnuic's l.lens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

The Ohio Democrat. mtniiM & viirrn, i-ubiishor. LOGAK. ! : OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Wisconsin has toa than one year ngo. loss post-o(Hcoe now Tn Ontario Knights of Labor havo boy. cottcd tlio Cblnoso. A virTKKN-rt'Ait old Kansas girl sccuiod a divorce rrccntly. Tur. latcit ploeo of slang in Now York City Is "foddorlng up." Hawaii, with on!y (50,000 inhabitants, pays tior King $S.i,000 n year. A I'liiiAiiPLi'ittA sign roads; "Tcotb pulled wbilo you wait." O.VE-Tiiimi of Jay Gould's dally mail I composod of begging letters. Platt Coum, It l., has no nionoy in the treasury and U four conts iu debt. Tiirnr. is strong tnlk of organising a leai-uo of colored bnso ball plnyurs. CoCAlN'K was $103 an ounce. Now any body can go crn7y on it at 3 an ounca. Trs thousaud cattlo aro Lilted in Now York City eery week for food purposes. A nor In Tonncssco has a mouth which ha can open to thoo-ctont of nearly six inches. It is said that one-third of tho chlldron of tho Mormons iu Utah aro outspoken ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

k 1 T The Ohio Democrat, nnenu white, l'utiikhcr. I-orJAN. t OHIO. THE SONQ OF THE CLOCK. flttiy. master, a moiuont, nnd hear mo, I prny, And murk whnt I Buy, And tnni'lc trh.it 1 any: yor yoni-n. 1 liuvo Imllod yon by day and by nlglrt. To Md yon do right, do right, Do right Tot llttlo yon hood my monotonous sons, Which wnrnii imnlnnt wrnnu, Which wnrno aitniniit wrong: Yon fnrirot thnt you Imvo with each ma mant's swift niifiit I.usn time to ropent and do right, Bo right. ICrom daylight to darhnoss, from dnrkncai to llllWII, I yontlnno to worn, I onnllnun to warn; I'm n tlmo-plcoo, tla truo, but my clilofcst dolbrlrt Is to bid ynn do right, do right, Do right. Knch vlltrnMnR pnlsn of my being l.i fraught, With Berlons thought, With Hcrloiis thought lort know thnt onch tick of tnlno hcrnldn the flight Of a soul Into darkness dn right, Do right. Yfluit though tho heart's sorrows, and pas slotm, and strlfo Olond dHrkly yoar life, Cloud dtirkly your llfn; Oazo Rtondlnstly sunward, who...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. BEBim & 7ITE, Froprlotors A. H. Wilson, - - Editor. SATURDAY, DEC. 4 1800. Wu acknowledge lto receipt of nn invitation to attend ho banquet to bo given by the Jackson Club of Columbus on tbo evening of Jan uary 7tb 18S7. CohUMiiUH is having u fine timo over tbo mutter of Firo Chief. "Witli a llepubliean Mayor and a Republican Coiinell and a Rcpttbll can Fire Chiuf tho Democrats can well afford to let tho war go on. Fiyi: while owls have been killed by sportsmen nenr Columbus the past week. This indicates tho near approach of a session of the Repub lican legislature. The members are yiso as owls and harmless as serpents. J. B. Sin:nii)AX,Reprcscntativo to tho Sovereign Grand Lodge T. 0. O. F., from tho Patriarchal Branch of the Order in this State, was in town over Thursday night. Joseph is a grand good fellow and should be re-elected at tho coming election. Thk case of Tucker vs. Colum bus & Hocking Coal & -Iron Co. continued. This is a case that grows...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

MTWmnt&'Trrtvxrima.imrnmsmmiiwAivw&'nztrA-Mw ttvjkojuh1 gwjiTajn'jmai'ffijTnrti'w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XjOOJLij uisrws. Winter? Burglars. What next? Now far your skates.. Oct your turkey for Christmas. Tills la good weather to butch- or. The now mill begins to loom tip. Chas Downey was in town Sun day. t Thoy are catching them atNcl 8onville. A. IT, Wilson, was in Columbus on Friday. Will Brooko has gonp to Now'- omb, Tenn; It is a littlo bit cold for tho Salvation Army. Will'Kossingor, of Athens, was in town Sunday. Miss lloso Foster, of Lancaster lias returned homo. Mr. John Walker was in Mid dleport last week.. H. S. Btmdy, of Wcllston, was in tho city Tuesday. Ed Obier, of Lancaster, was in the city over Sunday. Tho thermometer stood 3 dog. "abovo 0, Thursday morning. Wo are sorry to learn of the illness of Mr. A. O. Barclay. Tho Free Methodist aro carry ing on a protracted meeting. Communion services at tho V Presbyterian church tomorrow. Quite a number of farmers in town...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

ARMY panics. Room of the Most Itmiuirhiibln Incidents of This Kind mi Itrrnrsl, Napier, in his "Peninsular War," devotes but somo eight or ninu Hues to nn account of tliu most icninrkablo recorded Ino'clont of this nature, lit which Hobort Cratiford's colcbrnlod Light Division cons'sUng of thoso tbroo distinguished regiments, tlio Fifty thlrd, tho Fifty-second und tho Nlnoty llftli were soiztd nnd plil to lllght by uu attack of fear so sudden und catiac less tli ut tho historian makes no tit tempt whatever to nsoribo n rcaou for it. "Tho Light Division." ho writes, "encamped In n pliio wood, where hap pened ono of those extraoidinnry panics attributed in ano out limes to tlio Inflii- onco of n god. No enemy was near, noJ inarm given, vviien suuuotuy inu it oops, as If seized with u ft onzv, 'started from .-.loop nnd disappeared fn every direc tion; nor was there tiny possibility of nlliiying this strange terror; until somo persons railed out tltal the enemy's cavalry wero among (hem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

" T FOREIGN GOSSlK "Hwl ntcolioila hobo1) onroil In a wook," in o now nml odd London ntlvor tlsenioiit. In St. Petersburg tho nollco can at nny limn cnlor nny ilwullfnf' lo t-ciireh for nihilists, und thoro Is no natrons cor pus. jMctni-covcrctl leaves, sotln broodies Mid mtulu Into ncnrfpliis, from tlm trees nnd bushes nt Lnko Sliu-nboi-R, where nad King Ludwlg drowned lilmsolf, tiro now sold in tlm moms in Munich. Ninety linro-lcggcdclnnsmoti danced tho Highland Fling by torchlight round and round tho carcass of a slaughtered door nt Mar Loilgo, In Scotland, tho other night. Tho scene was to tlcklo tho optlo norvo of tho l'rlnco of Wains. Tho Russian niolueologlst, M. Kvrtr nltsky, has just dlf-covored at Novomlr goroil tho tomb of (Jcnoral Tokoly, tho "!irntwl (loiiorul of Ilitugarinn origin whom tho Empress Cathcnno If. om jiloyod in tho Ukrntno against tho Zapa roglan Cossacks. ISonvin, tho painter, aroso at his marriago bauiittet and, addressing Ills wifo in nn in tinted stvle...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 December 1886

a huskeii fkom HUSK- EKSVILIiia How A Tramp Astonished li .Franklin County Fnrm- oi and Made Some Money Besides. A farmer on Walnut creek was recently very much surprised unci tnken In by u tramp, who proved himself decidedly a business man. From fifty to sixty bushels is con sidered a very fair day's work in husking corn. Tho farmer was gottlng in his crop of corn, when one day a dusty tramp came along and asked if ho could got work for cv fow days, and at tho same timo stated he could husk corn with any man on tho place. The farmer told him ho lmd all the help ho wanted and asked tho tramp how much he could do in a day. Tho tramp re plied ho could husk a hundred bu. Tho farmer laughed at tho state ment, but his trampship persisted, and after some talk back and forth tho following arrangements wore made: The farmer was paying three cents a bushel and agreed to give tho trump two cents for every bu. under a hundred and $1 for every bushel over a hundred. At four o'clock tho next mor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 December 1886

' ( - VOL. I. NO. 24. LOG-AST, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 188G. TE.RMS, $1.50 PEI1 YEAR. Off T TT f ill"? 1 T0 A HP 1 I H ill re a I 1 H H, JL. JL jLJk J THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN, CiibIi Capital, . $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Linbllity of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. DocrtnBPiiornllmnltlnR business, ForclRii Drnflu niul btenniBhlp Tickets for bi1o ut low cut nitcH. OFFICE, Itoom Ko. 5, Opera House. LAvnr.NCK A. Ocr.vnn, President. U:onaKW. l'm.i.r.N, Vice I'ro.t. Hkuiie.v 1). Cui.vkh, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. Office I Tours from 0 u. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. iTohn Walker, 1'rcstdetit. Chits. E.Jldwcn, Cashier. Does ft general bunking business, receives deposits, dlscountH paper, nnil buys unit sells KxehniiKe. HANK In central room In the James Tlfiiek ATTORNEYS. a. XV. BUEHM. Jtttorn6y-at-Law and Notary Public,- DoliiHoii Building Logan, O. Collections of Cliilnv, Notes nnd Arenunt, Mortwipcs, Lenses, Contracts, Deed", WilK ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 December 1886

The Ohio Democrat, MHEllM & WIIITK, Publisher. LOO AN. t oinn CURRENT TOPICS. Jin. Aiitiiuii's lust words woro "Oood nlKht." AJtJcil of tbo pork In Oregon Is fattoned on whont. Cuttiso In actually executing bis throat to lecture. QtiF.r.N Victoria baa now thirty llvlsg grandchildren. Tim Btroct corn of l'cnsacola nro to be run by electricity, Tiik cotton crop this year In Arkansas will reach ToO.lWU balos. Tnr. Farmers' Alllanco In said to baro linlf r million members. Mil. Oi.uistonb has a rent-roll and land incomo of S7d,000o year. Oi.n-PAsittiiNnn Yulo cako.1 for Christmas ro to bo (lire ml hv cntarors. Ctnniciiii.t.lsnow called "Itusblne Ran dy" by lirovoruiit Englishmen. A Dcmiqucglrl tried to hang borself be cause BhoMas culled a ''Tomboy." Mn. Hpuikikon and his oneray, the gout liavo gone to tho South of France. Hkhman OoujiNfl, of Uoverly. N. J., has died from tho effocts of a hornet's sting. The photographs of Mrs. Cleveland are in uctlve demand in the City of Mexico. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 December 1886

k THE MESSA6E, Trootdout Olovoland'a Soconct Stato Pnpor. Oocldcdly Strong Ground Taken on Tariff Reduction. Tim Civil Hrrlno I.tirs A. IlliniMlmi nf Our Foreign Itclathiut Tim I'lalirrles yilMtloA (Jul tine; Case, Htc. To tho Conirrcfis of tlio United Blntost IndlschurKonf n Constitutional duty, nnd following n well established precedent in tho Incentive ollico, t bcrowlth trnnmlt totho Congres nt. ItB rcusembllhir certain informa tion (.ouccrnlnu thosluteof tlio Union, to ftethor Willi Hiioh rccommondations forleals utivo oonlilorntton ns appear ncecesnry mill expedient. OurClovi rnmenthas consistently maintained Itsrolitlonsof frlcnitsliljt toward nil other powers, nnd of ni'Riiborly Intun-st toward thoo whoso possessions tiro oontlicu ons to our ( wit. OtM rOtlEtCHf llEhATlONS. Few questions hitvo arson diirlui? tlio past jour with other governments, und nuno of thoso nro bo ond tho re. lull of b ttlcment In friendly counsel. Wo lira 113 yet without o vlslon for tho settlement o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 December 1886

tffo. v o. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, JJRKHM & WItlTE, rtoptletora A. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, DEO. 11 - 1880. Con. Kr.MPi'.ii'ri lecture was not 119 well patronized an it deserved, Tho lecture was full of both wit mid wisdom. 15oii Ingiih.soIiLi has had another operation performed on his throat. Ho 1h going the way of fJoneral Grant, but ho still continues to smoke Incessantly. A stuanoi-; plienomenon has oe curcd durlpg tlie recent cold wenth cr, tliu fact that heavy snows have fallen in many portions of tho Southern States whore snows have been hitherto almost unknown, Ronr.itT lliiiii shot and hilled his brother at Atlanta, Oa., and then committed suicide. "Whisky was tho inspiration of the crime; yet wo have been given to under stand that Atlanta was an abso lutely prohibition city. Tim prohibitionists have It so now in Atlanta that a man can buy beer, but not less than six bottles nt a time. Theantl-prohibitionists are determined to change tho law so that tjiey need not ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 December 1886

MiniMriMMMl V t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XjOOA-Ij nsra-ws. loo Is ripe mid ready to cut. Chi'tBtninB goods at C. I'. Arm strong's. P. M. lloao was In Cincinnati over Sunday. The skato dealers liavo had a run this week. Ieo la being lut up in abund ant quantitica. The Salvation Army caught 111, at Nolsonvillo Notice the change in the C. II. V. & T. By. time card. Dr Farquliar was in the city Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Agnes McGrath -went to Chicago last Wednesday. Secure your choico of Christ inas goods by going early. A. Mngoon and Fin Comly visited Columbus Monday. Head our business locals and learn where to get bargains. Our merchants aro resolving their Christmas stock of goods. See .Collins & Moore's now ad vertisement In another column. Notice the advertisement for Godoy'a Lady's Book in anothor column. Henry Davis, of Baird's Fum ince was among our Logan visitors Saturday. The Lccturo at the Opera Mouse, by Col. Kemplo was very .amusing. Miss Emma Dolllson is visit ing the fa...

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