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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

? EWB rm OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. V?, BBEHH, Proprietor Editor. A. H. Wilson. SATURDAY, FEU. 20 - 1887 Wu nro Indebted to Hon .1. II. Outhwnitcfor viilii(iblo public doc unicnta, accept thntiks. Tiik Columbus Court of Common PlciiB la still wrestling with tho tully-ahcot forgery casus. Tin: Legislature, Thursday, pass ed tho General Appropriation IM11 amounting in tho aggrcgato to .fi.', 800,150.00. CoLUStiiUs proposes to give Messrs C. A. and J. G.Miller, lessees of tho Grand Opera House, a grand boneilt on tho evening of March . CAHniNGTON, Morrow county voted on tho question of local pro hibition on the 22 Inst, defeating It. Prohibition, yes, 98; Prohibition no 200. The Chillicothe- Gazette of the 17 Inst, says: About 200 feet of tho State dam, six miles below tho city, washed out last Monday. This will bo a serious loss to tho canals, and will stop navigation for some time. AcoTESironAKY makes the point that "after tho Republican party had boon In power twenty-four years, a Democratic...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

Y M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, :L.oa.A.ij nsnmws. Bring back that stove. Bead our business locals.' Lent began on Wednesday. Tho ''Owls" have had a fruitful Aveek. Gus Smith Is at homo from college Frank Lehman was In Athens Monday. Dr. Campbell visited Columbus Monday. The Court observed Washing ton's b. d. Albert Becker has received V- now goods. Adelphl votes on Local Op tion to-day. Homer Wright was at Cincin nati this week-. Mr. J. E. Trltsch Is ai Cincin nati this week. Chas Bishop Is clerking for Trltsch fc Stiers. A. C. Sands has purchased the Cincinnati Sun. All onr merchants are receiv ing spring goods. Ed Donlvan was In Lancaster Sunday on business. Milt Martin, of Coonvillo was in town on Monday. Martin Weis has somo of the finest goods In tho city. The mud has been removed from Galligher avenue. Will Keynes is. preparing for next winter's amusements. The Logan Natural Gas Co. will soon begin operations. There was art unusual. number of farmers in town Saturday. ' Henry Campbell...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

OHIO IN EARLY DAYS. Tho Fnto of Lognn, tho Frlond of tho Vhlto Man. Enrly Itrltlftc Ilirildlnir-ltrtaf hut Itrllllnnt Career or the Author of the Vtmstltu tloo At a meeting of tho Stixtc Association of Civil Knglncors recently there was it nreat deal of In terest manifested on tho subject of early brldgo building, and through tho courtesy of U. II. Cook, Ilsq., city linRlnecr of Ohllllcotho, I nm nhlo to present n picture nnit nccurnto descrip tion of tho llrst long spun bridge built west of Pennsylvania. Thl structure! was erected across the Scioto titer nt tho northorn limits of tho city of Chilli cothe In the years 1310-1", nml It muy clulm tho Interest of Ohio engineers ns bcliiR tho first or oldest long-sunn bridga In the State, It not tho llrst brldgo of nny Importance built vc9t of tho Allegheny mnm.tnln. , This bridge wns built by n company nt five citi zens of ChllllcoUio. viz.; lliimtihrcv Fullcrton. John Cnrllslo, John JI. Lntiuiiurg, John Wiiddlo und Joseph Miller, i, tt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

t? H 1 h tflNTS OH DRAINING. sPraetlcnl Direction ror Improving lh WMti Land oil Farm. Thoro is on nearly every farm some plcoo'of land, potlmps it may bo natural hollow noru'tho building, whero tho wttfor la dammed In for n part ol tho soaaon by higher lnnd where tho wash and dried, leaves havo accumu lated for years. Such a place h emi nently suited for undordratning. Some times by digging and maintaining n largo open ditch through tho highland, Into which other covorcd ditches may run, a natural nutlet would ho formed, and tints secure tho most perfect drain ago at a sintplo oxpenso. This opou ditch should bo dug qui to wido at the top, narrowing down gradnally to the bottom and-should bo looked f tor every yonr, koopltig it a littlo deoper than the drains that run into it Oftentlmos, for -acres, surlaco drains can ho run into this open, ditoli made by flowing tho land Into 'beds, which will answer a very good purpose, but for all hoed, especially whore it is desirable to work th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 February 1887

5wr'rati jj'jji wnj'jiiiiniiwPi hj THE ANSWCR OF PARIS. My Itxlcn. Willi tliy ftrnnil tlrcoUejTi, .MivIh In- lienvcn mrct pure nml wise, Tliotl lost Uil the winds of Joy WIiIjikt then of long knt Tniy ! My Melon, wllli lliy mnw (Jives' lips Caned In death h '.lit Bioct eclipse, Tliott dust Mil thu nuirniToiissea Tell Troy's burial olaui to thoof Deep In northern nnnws two meet, Tno whoso lorn M fi)M, complete! Ami beneath n out limn sun, Two ubom love li.itli nirulo as ono. Jly Hel-n! 1 t me touch tliy linml Wlieru lovo duell4 still Troy iloth steml. -Familii A) niiir Mutilans In Homo Journal. THE SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT. How Wealth Tried to Matin Assurnnco Doubly Hurt T.oclts nml Snfi-s. It is a lon why, in fnet, from tlio pimple contrivances of classic times for protecting lemly wealth to thu coffers mid money chesto, tho scciet drawers and guarded treasuries of Florence nnd Venice. And from tliem it h still n longer ono through tho clumsy Nifca and rude locks of the last century to th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

wmmmwmm&mmm The Ohio , VOL. I. NO. 36. IiOq-Atf, O., SATURDAY, MARPIt 5. 1887. rEJWIS, 81.50 PIfill YEAR. k i THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAH.. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n grnernl bnnklne; business. Foreign Drafts iiiul Htcamshlp Tickets for snle at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAwnr.Kt'R A. Rur.VER, President. OeouokjW. Pum.kn, Vlcu Prcst. Ui:uni:.v D. Cui.VKlt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offlc-e Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m, Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, Mm Walker, President. Chan. E. Jloweii, Caahlcr. Dor a gcncrnl banking business receives deposits, discounts paper, nnd buys ami sells Kxclmiijje. llftS. HANK In central room In the James ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public Dolllson Building Logan, O. Collections of Clnlnis, Notes nnd Accounts, MnrlgHKes, Leaserf, Contracts, Deeds, Wills. Mechanic's I. lens, &c, driiwu nnd acknowl edged. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

M The Ohio Democrat! LOGAN. OHIO. EA11TIIQUAKE IN ITALY. Tlio Blviorn tlio Soano of a Fright ful Catastrophe STIRRING SCENES. HORN WITHOUT EYES. CURRENT TOPICS. nrmr.tiT Uonnrii hns bcon offered $100,000 for Maud H. AftKnstdrn ilrm Is buying nil tlio rot polt9 It can In tlio West. Tnnnn nro fifty-two newspapers pub llshcd In Dcs Moines, In. Kiaviui Josr.rnus has boon nppolntod tc a postmnstorshlp In Malno. One county In Missouri produced JoO.OOO worth of castor oil Inst yenr. ,'Ax Icelnndor is In Washington Tcrrltorj looking for u plnco to locate a colony. Shoes nindo of rice straw nro worn by tho laboring people In tho south of Chlnn. Gas and coal luivo boon discovered In good quantities nenr Ossnwotamlo, Kan. Tub remains of n Hultlinoro editor were sold for ten dollars to n medical college. Tun city council of St. Louis has fixed eight hours us a legal work duy for city laborers. A Fiuvt of porfumo-mnnufacturcrs nro nbout to establish a vust Mower plantation In Florida. AriirsiciA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

::W0:W:j r i jiiiiTwif iJlrTwi1 7 The Ohio Democrat LOGAN, OHIO. A WARNING TO BASHFUL MEN. Ho tint hostile tier nenr the stovo, A proy to bnslifulnoss : To licr ho snolio no won! of loo, Nor sought her linnd to iircBi. No tnnldcn ever hnd been ttnoed Hy him: tho fact was ilnin. tor ellrntly ho snt nml chowed Tho knob upon lilt ennc. Somotlmcs ho nt tho cclllti!? pn?( it, ' Bonwllmen hid Blanco would titrnv To her, hut when her eyes slid mlsud. xio iookcu nncHiicr way. And thus they silent snt till sho Snld: "John, I oiiRlit to stnto Thnt pa niiil inn arc out to ten And won't tetuni till lute, "Now while thoy'ro nlnent, do not tease, Hut pray remember this: My hand jou must not try to squeeze, Nor steal from mo a ltlss." At onco tho Imob Hint Rrnced his ratio .lolin from his mouth wlthdrrw. And said: "I won't: don't think, Miss, Inno, That I'd do Unit to j ou I" A deeper sllcnto then ensued Than hnd prevailed boforo i John rlgomuslv his rnno's Imob chewed, A frown Jnno's Isago w ore....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

mmmmm' WmZPt" ' "X5"rT W" r "1ST 5BT'5 ' t wfftmfi fMp fT, 5-rT ' - iyn t, T- J itaumJS2mm2mkMmmmiimwmymmt;i WOHlOlVOCRffi WWIWft'VffW wiwitmuui MtVKeflHftMMenM 0. W. B3BHM. A. H. Wilson, - Proprietor, Editor. SATriU)AY, MAIt. r 1887 Tin: city of 'Wooatiir, Ohio, luiH liocn recently bonded to tlto ex tent of $ 10,000 to build a City Hull. 1 WWI Tun West Virginia Legislature ntlJourniHl without electing a U. ri. Senator, mid Governor Wilson lias appointed Btato Senator Luuus to All the vacancy. Lucus will aorvo for two years. The- appointment Is a good one. Tjii Ohio .Somite last week pass ed the House bill increasing the tax levy for the uso of Indigent soldiers and sailors from one tenth to three tenths of a mill. This will add two tenths of a mill to the taxes of Lo gan and Hocking Co., even if noth nothlng shall ho added. Secret ommissaries of ofllclal power, are the familiar surround ings of tyrants, but.nover kuuwn In a freo constitutional government. Lastly, the police ofllcer...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

WWBBPBgjgCirr" i . ,. i... . - " ' i ;! i" ae !L THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCAL USTEIWS. Logan lias secret police. How will Mnrch go out? V. 8. l'ursell Is in Lognu this week. Numerous arresta wore irindo this weak. "Will Lnriinor has taken ohargo of S. M. Ootlecko's grocery. Jim Weaver of South Perry, was In the city on Thursday. Daniel L. Dnvhi of Salt Crook was hero a day or two this week. Dr. Furquhar was at tho llom 'pcl House, Thursday and Friday. Frank Dnird of Baird's Fur nace was In the city over Sunday. Uuy your beef, pork, sliced ham and sausage of Monzlor & Schrad or. L. A. Tossing of New Lexing ton was In town Tuesday on busi ness. Tho County Commissioners will be lu regular session next week. Miss Flo Wilson, of Columbus, spent tho llr.it part of this week in Logan. J. J. A dinner of New Straits villc was in tho city Tuesday. For all kinds of seasonable country produce call on George Hartman. .1. 1). Crosap intends moving his tailoring establishment to Ncl sonvillc hoon....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

aafiwawv?! rmkiS- Mn..i..-iTM-fc- b-.,.r , ifii. i yr -i-hir-rr""tf 1i'ir-iiii-nrip.-nwun n -, i-tm.ii.aii ;--, ,,,5 -au wi'iirf'i'i""y i .jl h-rl,. ri , 1.',, , ,, 'fui, ,,.'.. f mmmMmmmMmimifmmwMim&m. II' IV. L- OHIO IN EAKLY DAYS. ibThurman Fomlty In Ohlo'aFIrat Capital , Short BltcloH of I'x-Noniilor Tlmrmnn A Hermit There W Who Llreil In iQrot." iThoro stA"d-i on tho north nlilo of Mnln street, i Chillleothc, n woll built mm well-preserved nmo homo, tlitit win erected In aia iv tno kthcrot Judgo Alton (1. Thurmnn, nbout nix ears nttor his removal to Ctillllootho from Vir- Halo. Judco Thuruinn'a futhor n for clchl lenrsan Itinerant Methodist mlnlMor. but had ntvo up his nctivo rolk'loui wont on account If Ill-health. Ill distinguished non lived In IhU ouuo for nearly twenty ye in, and all his early ssoclatlou of llfo, both domestic and jirofcs- llonal, nro connected with It. T.flKLV llffij,"3 TUT. TIIUHMAN UO'U STEAD. It vvnsln thlshnuso that his nccomnllshcd lnotbor devoted...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

m0MAifiW0mmmmimmKmimmmmmik HMIJfl ', MJ,1H l?MMV1 MPftBiWPPPI H'frl .. wn -- IT' ", - l-WW "tf1"" rl ?7-i FATHERLY BILL NYE. Hl Capacity bo n Wlll-Mnker rlnced br Bnmo Itotnnrlmbla lgnclcrt. Mr. Dill Nyo la rusponslblo for the .following fond, patornnl oplstlc. It will bo noted Hint ho sets n shining oxninplo to other men of means by submitting In mlvnnco an outllnoof his proposed will for the consideration of his heirs: Mv Dr.AU Hewiy! This Is a dictated letter. Tho thoughts aro milio but tho penmanship Is that of a man named Bonsloy, who Is doing tho chores for us this winter. My reason for hiring a private sccrotary Is that last Tuesday tho strawberry blondo Shoto slumped through a holo In tho Ice, and In striving to rcscuo htm from a watery gravo I fell and broko one -of my legs, just abovo tho fetlock. Kind friends came from everywhere to ask mo If It hurt much, and In a thousand different ways showed their gentlo desiro to draw mo Into a spirited conversation. A doctor camo do...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 March 1887

iiifjiMi nu ',srM,B,amrtvf' H T tv, fi r1 ifp'iiiy.ii, , iipraM,.,,,,., tijrifnoimw U..., ,,,.'. "I'l'Hiil ii. U iiMiiiM mrv iwnciwf otMwwn rtipj.u xu wio.JiMIr. iiiMMmiVuHrfi.tuffWif7 iwmmmm$pm JMfMfffWWW 0 ho it wot, t-ilu my vor tnll moj jnC Jud yea' J( pab ofr Hit Dill Ills WOI sir, brc. nt wli ti ml il' or raj of w d cr ne mt ai Ft o( o .V V If VO ENGLAND IN FIVE DAYS. "Wonderful Vessel Now Building tit Alexandria. .Amcrtcnn Thick nnd Enterprise Solr- iiiir the Problem of Sulfur Ocean Transit. Description or the Mlirlily Slil Which Will Do Complete Within u Ycnr. New York, Feb. 17 The, probab illty of milking nn ocean voyage be tweon New York and England nt a profitable flgtiro in less than six days, has hitherto boon received with more or less skepticism by inori who are Interested in the ocean carrying trade. It seems to bo reserved for American enter prise and pluck to effect a solution of tho nroblcm. nnd this solution Is jj now assuming a parctical shape. Tins now departur...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

V The Ohio A. . W; YOk. I. NO. 37. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 12. 1887.1 TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Democrat V" -. l THE PEOPLES BANK OF LOGAN. ' , -Cash Capital, - ft fB50.000.00. f, Deposits secured by IntUvldunl LIibillty of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Does n Ronernl hanking business. Foreign Draft, mid Htcuinslilp Tickets for sale lit low cut rates. . OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. Lmvhuncf. A. Cnt.vKii, l'rcil(lrnl. GKOIMK.W.-l'UI.l.KN, Vleo Prcst. IlKunKN D. Cui.VKii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to !3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Wolkcv, President, Chun. 12. Ilowcn, CuhMci: Pops a crncrnl lianlclnp boshies, receive" deposits, discounts paper, und buys mid sells Kxchnngc. lllocfcV DANK In cculrnl room In tlio Jnnics ATTORNEYS. G. AV. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and notary Public, Dolllson BuIMIng l.ognn, O. Collect loiw of Clnlms, Notes nnd Accounts, MortirujjPH, Lenses, Contracts, Deeds, Wills. Mechanic's l.luiis, Ac, drawn a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

mHmmmi Wmm iTy-r-r..rrf:, :: ""'f-f !,' VV'Vr '','" ' '' ' "" '''', ' ' ' . , '" e ,,., ..itnhnirttrinniriBii Y The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tns Chlncso alphabet contains about 00,000 characters. I'jiiiis Is said to coiiRUino nearly fifty tons of snails in u Reason. Evnnr possible color and shndo can now 1)0 got from nnlllno dyes. Titnnn Is a tnachlno out for making fin-Ecr-nalls ulmoud-shnpcd. Titr.nn nro 5,000,000 tuborosoB on ona plnntntlon nt Snn Mntoo, Fin. Boys under sixteen years of ago can not l)uy tobacco at Grass Valley, Cul. AxoTimn Washington monument is pro posed, to bo paid for by tho nation. Tun Semite pnssed llfty-sovon ponslon hills In twcnty-ilvo minutes, tho other day. A FiimiiA motiieii has two children, one named JefTersou Davis, tho other Abraham Lincoln. Julia Tayi.oi:, colored, expired a few days ngo In St. Louis, at tho groat ago of 111 years. A "Homo for Drunken and Depraved Women" is a philanthropic cntorprlsa no.w under consideration in...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

y ( PIONEERS OF OHIO. Intoronllng Skotohos of Prominent Old Sottlora. Ilnry MrAilow, Hon i tor ,Intnis Ho, Ur, Win. Witililln, .Itidiro JtcClliitlcIc, unit Others X I'll m on j Hotol. Dcforo brlnirlng tho sketches of Ohio's first Capital to n close It will bo found profitable to Bay something about tho distinguished l.uvycr, statesman and patriot for whom Itoss County win named. James Itoss, of Pennsylvania, win ona of tho strong diameters that bore u useful nnd prominent part In tho arduous and delicate work of founding this Government. A Coder nllst and a friend of Washington ho win brought Into closo and Important rotations with tho great men of his day, and ho lllled with distinguished ability tho ninny position!) of re sponsibility and trust that were bestowed upon him. Ho was an active participant In tho debates of tho Constitutional Convention, and In 1TDI wno appointed n Senator of tho United States, nnd was onoof the early presiding officers of i tho body of which ho then b...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

zmim sjprT1"?8 :i " ' '"" WHii l 'tiiiWHfciMMlIUIiFnliliiMi HrtjW'fciWiWwiii in mWlt iniwtl WMM.w.1 ...l 55JftUJS-WW'!J3WtJtf"tSfcj mm ttttWttttfiWflWIj ae THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. WiBHEIIMi Proprietor, A. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, MAIL 12 - 1837 A youno lady, named Dora JurUl wits murdered at Springfield, 0., Tuosdny tiftornoon, by her rejected lover, named Samuel Dowser, who Immediately after tho deed, blow his own brains out. Conotikss has adjourned, for which every patriot should bo de voutly thankful, and now if tho Ohio Legislature would allow its demise to occur we would feel like shouting like a member of tho Sal vation Army. We aro In receipt of tho March number of the Song Friend, pub lished by S. W. Straub, Ilia Stato St Chicago, 111., nt if 1.00 per year. Among other things tho present number contains an articlo on "Learning to read music," "Amer ican Music nt large," "Tho Human Voice as a Musical instrument," and much other matter designated to interest and instru...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

.,i..,w,,i,),M,iu,,i.ii.iLii.iiimiiiii.uMim...itTri.uj' J ,.Ji-imiiini I III IUI1I I I 111 HI ll i :k THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCLAJLi IsHElWS, Injunctions do not seem to un join. Dnrliis White lias ropulntcd Ills rosldonce. Ed Bishop has hud Ills barber sign ropainted. L. W. Morrln, of Znncsvillo was in tlio city Tuesday. J. B. Butin will start for Wis consin on Monday next. Tho Penco property on Walnut street is undergoing repairs. Read the Treasurers Poor fund Notlco in anothor column. Tho "Owls" paraclo was headed by Vlco High Chief Davenport. Court adjourned on Monday morning until tho ;ltli. of April. Rev. David R. Moore, was In Nclsonvlllc, Monday and Tuesday. Dr. Farquhar will return on Thursday and Friday, April 7, and 8. Major John W. Free, of Now Lexington was in town Thursday evening. Hoply editor of tho Journal was in Logan Our Neighbors. lVrry County. Slinwnca Iinmior. Me at box John Bucyrus Sunday. Will Frnsch went to Now York on Monday evening for a two weeks visit. Read ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

IWBtCTfc jpW,' 1J "" " " " 'lBy" ir..T--,.! nE-.-! T.. -T1 'iT T" .TT ' ;-;.l . ' ". , f ' ?: fr HHJHBffWiwwlLf . Win,, niaai H ,.,.... ..UMiHWlMfWMtfc! crefm-.gta t I . The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN, OHIO. THE DROVER'S STORY. tt Isn't much of n talo to hear; I went one day with n herd to town, Tho tlncstlot X ever drove !own, Hut wild mid Bliy ill go many deer! -tt look im full ten hours, or more, To bring them sate to tho buyer's cats. And nttcr that, although It wns Into, t hart to go to tho vlllngo storo; Tor l'otly lmil prattled, tho lltllo sprito, Of n "booful doll" from morn till ovo, And but for malting her swcot eyes grieve I shouldn't hove started homo that night. I know 'twas only n childish toy, Uut thougn tho skies wore ns binds as Inlc And Jowls would hnvo hnd mo stay to drink, Bald I to lloland: "Trot on, my boy," ?f'rt loft tho town icarco n mile behind. With nine long miles strotohod on beforo, When tho ruin In torrents hegnn to pour, The polling Hood mndo us nlmuil blin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

KNIGHTS OF LABOB. Arohblehop Glbbono' Report to tho Vatican Authorities. ' Tlio nrcnnlintlnn Not Contrary to the Cntlinllo Cliurcli-T,cttr Which Will Iio limit With Intereat by Working-men, tub CAitniKAt.'B nrroitT. Nr.w Yoiitc, March A. Cnrdlnnl Gibbons' favornblo report to Popo Leo in to tho alms nnd Btandlnn of tho Knights of Labor, sot forth In cabol dispatches from Homo, wns received with muehrojolclngbytho knights In this city. It has been thought by muny of tho lending knights that tho McUlynn controversy and thouttacks mndo by Henry ueorgo on tnc church would hnvo prolu diced tho authorities nt Homo ngnlnst tho ordor, nnd this four wns aggravated by tho fact that Cardinal Taschcrenu, who sail ed In company with tho Amorlcnn Cardi nal, had announced his Intention of on doavorlng to influence Homo through It 'in his light with tho Ca nadian knights. Tho position taken by Car dinal Gibbons, thoy camiin.u, oiiinoxs. say, will Rottlo the wholo matter.' Ho Is nn especial favorlto ...

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