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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

V " -r jj yyi f- , 4 -r I m.lUJ L-Jfcw MtaMnte4 Y it TJ r ' :. ' ; i- II A i X Y 31 i 14,, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOCAL InTIEWS. Strawberries. Summor has fairly got her hold. Auditor Bowan was In Colum tus Tuesday. Quito a number of people woro 3n the city Tuesday. Miss Flo. Wilson, of Columbus, spent Sunday in Logan Tho Knights of Bt John hold their fair on Tuesday notft. Ohas. Bauman, of Lancaster, was hero on business Tuesday. L. A. Culver, Esq. was In Col umbus Wednesday on business. Nod McManlgal, of Columbus, was among our visitors Monday. Frank Baird, of' Baird's Fur nace, was In the city Saturday last. Milt Martin of Coonvillo, was in town on Thursday to sco the show. Nels.Featherolf, of South Perry, was among Logan visitors this week. Col. C. H. Rlppey spent Sun day with old acquaintances in Logan. The property of Mrs. Harvey Moore on Main street has been curbed. Mr. Lew Wagner and Dr. Irwin, of South Perry, were in tho city Monday. Miss Mary Miller, left for Misouri on Thursda...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

Lsr. i ,W ,.-'-. lit Mi,' yaeaijLa'j .Tftw ?.. sjr wg iTf g 9 t O ; LIMEKILN CLUB. A Dastardly Dnit Which l."i Itrntlier Gardner to Deliver it Ronml f.ectnro. Tho thlrtoonth dastardly attempt (o destroy Paradlso Hull was rovetlptl ut llvo o'clock Saturday oyoning when tho janitor arrived to place tho hall In order for tho usual meeting. Kvcr since tho attempt of last October bcar-trups nnd spring-guns havo boon Hot at ovory door nnd window when tho hall wan closed, and this fact was generally known to tho public. The human bycua who hail resolved lulilsownb.nso mind to destroy tho headquarters of tho club procured a lad.ler, mounted to tho roof, and then cut a hole nud descended alongside of a chimney. In "this way ho thought to cicapo all dangers pro pared for him, and he no doubt chuckled with fiendish gleo as ho dropped down into the library. His first move was to demolish tho bust of Cicero. This was ono of the llrst busts donated tothoolnb, ami has represented Horace Greeley, N...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

T 1 -",'.- ' m" v tfmwwiii ww" Y i s? JT A, & f I" I: f : n. Y vm u. A M I FISH CULTURE. It Importance Ms an Roonomlo Question Latent Method Employed by the U. S. Pith Commlaalon. Orlglnat.1 At hn economic tiucstlon, tho cuituro nd propagation ot lUh Is Bcnrcoly loss Im portant than Uio raising of cattlo for meats and tho production of coroals for broad stuffs. Yot fow pooplo ovor stop to con sldor how tho fish thoy dully consume aro propagated. I'luh-culturo In Its most re strlotlvo sensd, or flshbrocdtng, must soonor or tutor bo rosortcd to It. nil donso lypopulntod countrlos, for, with tho ut most protection, nature, unnldod, ran do but Httto to moot tho natural domand for fish ns an nrtlclo of food, ho Improve ment ot flsh-culturo In this country is so familiar to ovory ono who has tho Bllghtost Intorost In tho subjoct it is unnacossary to rotor to It at length, except to show thnt tholmprovomontintho condition of ourllsh orlos Is chlofly duo to tho wiso nud onor- gotlo mann...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 May 1887

'.OTilUi-l 111 ll .. vl V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BEEHM. Proprietor) Editor. A. H. WilBOll, SATURDAY, MAY 21 - 1887. Entered a the Post-oJ)lcc at J.ayan as Sceond-tiUtfs matter. A Famous Masonic Lodge. Tho public, us well as tlio MttHon Je fraternity, seem to fully appre ciate tho magnitude of the conton nlal celobratlon of tho Maryland Grand Lodgo on May 10th, 11th and 12th, and there is a general de sire to mako It it great success. Responses from out-of-town Lodges accepting invitations are numerous. Most of these Lodges are composed of representative business meii. A co-respondent of tho Sun at Fredericksburg, Va., writes as follows: "Tho Masonic centennial celebration in Baltimore Is looked forward to with consider able Interest and pleasure by mem bers of tho mystic tie in tills place. The invitation extonded to Freder icksburg Lodge, No. 4, to partici pate in tho celebration has been acknowledged and formally accept ed. "Tho records of Fredericksburg Lodge show that George "Wa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

WI f i ... .. ' r- . mmwwmp V" """ i j i 'i i i i .1 , S 1.1 1 , ml it... Y tjsjijjtwfc rfTiW,ifM'iV . ,i--iwrtrF- -.nr -l rH A - ii'iiw)i;'fi,iinii .'; ifi Ohio Democrat. '. 'C 1 VOL. I. KO. 49. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MAY 28. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. JSBEL LZL The ir 1 v Ju. THE PEOPLES' BANK DP LOOAH, CflRh CuplUl, M,rJ60,000.00. V Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Ttionsand Dollars. Does a general banking business. . Foreign Draff niid Steamship Tickets for solo at low est rates, i OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAWHKNCK A. Coi.vkb, Presldont. OF.oitoKjW. Ptju.KN, Vlco Prest. IlKUnr.N I). Cui.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOQAK, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Wallter,, President. Chaa. IS. Bowen, Cttahlcr. Dock a general bunking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. BANK In central room In the James Block. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Publi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

.jytjg n-i!tft , .Mm The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Kansas hns cloven unorganized counties. PniNcr. IiroroLi) and suite oro on their way homo to Europe. Tim fund for Mrs. Logan's benefit has been closed nt $07,000. Columiius, Neb., Is to hava street rati ways and a motor lino. A nox car, complete was built In four hours at Annlston, Ala. Tns Amorlcnn refugees In Canada nro talking of forming a club. TnK Into Justico Woods' estato Is valued at from tlGO.OOO to 1300,000. A nitlDOE Is to bo built across the Mis sourl river at Sioux City, la. Findlju's maximum dally gas yield 'would equal 2,000 tons of coal. Invitations keep coming to tho Presi dent io visit various portions of tho coun try. Tnn proposed monument to General Iico t Richmond, Vn., will not bo begun until iall. Tns Now York Legislature has declurod everlasting hostility to tho English spar row. A rnErrr town named Gladstono has bcon founded In tho Ban Gabriel vnlloy, California. No less than 25,000 persons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

f i m Ml H L' I Y Y & i y (ft tf f The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. THE HOURS OF COMFORT. Sometimes there cornea within the life, Thlachcckorcd liro of ours, Bo much of loss and pain and strife That our sad eyes, with tear-drops rlfo, Look up and see no flowers. A sudden sorrow elouds the day, And tho tired heart grows faint, For strength and courago die nwny, And lips that have been firm to pray Can only make cotnDlatnt. And life betames at inch a tlmo An unattractive thing: There Is no sound of cheery chime, The days movo on in droary rhyino, And bring no heart to sing. If such a tlmo should como to thoo And Bomowhoro in tho years For evory ono Its pain will bo . Do not despair, but try and soo Some sunshlno through tho tears. And know that he whom sorrows teach Heccivos n gift from Heaven nls tondornoss soma hearts may reach To whom tho glad in vain might preach, And Joy through him Is given. O. thon, bo thou a comfortor TO somo more sad than thooj And whllo thou thus doth mlnl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

'W tT5- -- w t- - - If - t . v r y MnnnwnMn OHIO DEMOCRAT. I:hm, Vilson, rroptlctor( Editor. IlAY, MAY 28 - 1887. cd a( the Post-office alLoyan 11MaiM matter. re glad know of the where- f two of Hocking county's Wo wouldn't fool certain t but ns tlio Aflflcesor fixes iresent ubodo In Heaven, in bo no doubt on IJio sub- ft Government luiH Issued a all the out-standing threc- ,, and nil will bo paid in rso of a few months. This the debt paying business and as the Government use the money now taken le people by taxation the lould be reduced. counting of the money in usury vaults will occupy Ave porspns for nearly two during which they will si 117,000,000 in currency in jrvo and $05,000,000 in the ults, if(0,000,000 In standard lollurs, 25,000,000 in gold mo !f:y)00,000 or more in coin, a trifle of !jiU2(),000,000, .Nil MllS. CHALKS Barktui n, Ohio, are at the Palace wouulngtour. JUr.JJnrKcr cry popular young news- inn and the editor of the Journal. Cincinnati En- Vednesday. Charles Isa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

r ? c K V t If A I. : ? i.. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Gas. School closed Friday. Cotirt adjourned Thursday. Monday Is Decoration Day. Frank Dnlrd 'was In town this wcokt Jim Smith was quite sick with malaria last week. Tho now excursion boat Is nearly completed. O. W. II. Wright was in Ncl sonvlllo Tuesday. Miss Anna Tanner of Athens was in to$n Tuesday. Tho candidates arc all busy canvassing tho county. Tho bill boards on tho Market lot havo been removed. David Lewis was in Lancaster Wednesday on business. JohnUcker is having a well put down at his slaughter house. Water was struck at tho School House at the Depth of 07 feet. Miss Fanny Keynes, is visiting in Now Straitsvillo this week. Councilman Gould is repairing his resldenco on Second street. Memorial services will bo hold nt tho Presbyterian church Sunday. Tho excursion steamers of Nelsonvillo, wero here on Sdndny. F. J. Harmison, of Baltimore, Md., was in town a day or two this week. Daniel Brown is preparing to erect a now residen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

f THE DAY OF THE DEAD. (Original IIK day of tho Nation's wcoplng At tho feet ot her ol (tier (lend, Thcso years, is steadily crocplng Hy winding piths that linvo led To rlto of a broader meaning i J.VJi limn niKuuui wr "Hii. thnt waves Its hannora and stnnt nrms leaning Only at warriors' gravos. 1 follow no hlack-drapod bnnnorj I slop to no throb of a drum! I tnlto not your martial manner, Armlsonous ranks I thatoomo From crowded streots of the city, In swaying i;llttorlng linos, To tho placo ot our sorrow nnd pity In tlio pall ot tho sighing plncsl Dut I walk with arms that nro foldod Over my burdonod brenst, And Urn print ot my feet Is molded In tho dust of my soul's unrest. I gather no gaudy garlands Of rose, nor Illy, nor vino, Vor tho incwlows of memory's starlands Aro dotted with dandctlno. I carry thoso common flowcni llccauso they woro loved of my dead. A blossom for ouch ot tho liours Thnt Mew o'er each Innocent bond, Recalling the strango sago prattlo Of these two little s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

Y 'yt w. A I?; F iV Isj r K :r' A FINE WINGED RACER, Death of A CHrrler Pigeon That Had Made an Kxcalltnt Heeortl. A carrier pigeon wan fonnd dond Is, t farm ynnl at Chester V. not long ago. Tho finder did not know n. carrier from any othor kind of pigeon, tint na ho was Idly examining tho bird he noticed a little tag attached to tho feathers. On this was written thoso figures: 0563, and tho words, "If cnught or shot, report this number to Starr, Now York,' It was a good deal of mystery still to tho finder, but after speaking to a few friends about It, ho found ono who know that tho bird was a carrior and had boen sent out on race. A messago was accordingly sent to "Starr, Now York," as requested on tho tag. "Starr, Now York." Ib a littlo woman who dnvotos herself to the inter ests of pigeon flying, and keeps tho run of about all tho birds in this country. To find her ono has to climb tour dark lllghts to tho top of a rickety old build ing at tho corner of Cortlandt and Washington s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 May 1887

1 ( ;i 1 9 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BKEHM. Proprietor, Editor. A. H. "Wilson, - SATURDAY, MAY 18 - 1887, Entered ut the Post-office at Logan an Sccond-clux matter. Men Who Wear Corsuts nnd Hoops. There arc men-who wenr corsets. It in generally known thai for Home time Individual of that men tal calibre have existed in limited iiuniboi-H. It remained, however, for the present styjo of big-legged breeches to bring ijb still another caper for the Vty.IV young men. The boys have taken to wearing hoopgklrjt.s. It .takes a hoop skirt for fiiich Jog and a hoop fastens at tbe hips. They are used to keep (the big-legged breeches In shape. Rustics will pr.obadly eoino fiext ..and then wo may expect to se,e the 00 utterly too-too young men .with birds op their hats. Old Maids. In the State of Massachusetts .alone thoe are seventy-six thou sand more females than males. Wcro this the only reason, thero would Ifwvo to be some old maids. But' Homo girls do not caxo to inarry; and very often thero ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

&rzw'mmrmMmmGtmwiiitimh,Ltam 1.1 i.'m,im, AUMi)mirnmmmiiiit C UL0L,u Lhy Y I M tt IV i The Ohio Democrat. i i VOL. I. NO. 50. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY", JUNE 4.1887. TEJIMS, 1.50 PER YEAlt. mim&v$mwiwmiw$k m K THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAH. r Cash Capital, . - $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a tcencrnl bunking buMneiw. Foreign Drartfi nml Blcumshlp Ticket for solo nt low est rate. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IjAwnr.NOE A. Cur.vnn, President. UuonaiiW. i'ijii.im, Vlcu Prcst. Ukuiikn I). Cur.vini, Ciinlilor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $60,000, John Wallccr, President. Ciuh. E. JJowctif Cashier. Does a cenernl banking business, receives deposits, discounts pnper, and buys mid bells Exchange Or-BANK-In Ulock. : In ocntral room In tbo James ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllson Building Lognn, O. Collections of Claims, Notes n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

mm 'f The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. It cont Boston $15,000 to entertain Queen Knplolnnl. Tiir Soap-lioz Is n now paper in Spring Hold, Ivan. KcnoN, Dak., lias organized n "Homely Man's Club." Edwin Doom has netted 300,000 for his Benson's work. The wedding veil of a recent Boston brltlo cost$J,O00. Crnus W. Field began Hfo at ti n week raid now 1ms $20,000,000. Tucson, Am.., has six Insanity cases due to tbo lato curtunuuko. - ABiiookltn child has recovered H,000 trom a railway for flvo lingers lost. Another bad marksman lias been mak ing an attempt on tho lUo of tho Czar. Foil tho third year in succession tho hop crop is declared to bo an utter failure. Kansas- has nlno counties, each ono larger than tho Stato of Ithodo Island. A railroad is to bo built across South America from tho Atlantic to tho Paclll A Frenchman has Invented a telephone which costs but sixty-two and a half cents. Osniicn farming Is prospering in Cali fornia. Good feathers are fetching $200 a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. THE WEATHER GRUMBLER. The discontented man, no makes tho angel weop, Ho sayi tho enow in Jan uary Is too deep. Ho wonros a constant web Of querulous complaint, Ho says tho winds of Fob Ruary make him faint. Ho says tho storms ot March Aro very hard to bear, That thoy would make nn arch Bishop curse and swear. That April winds havo Ton Sondes to colds and cough. And croups and Influen za pick all tho people oil, Tho flcklo airs of May Ho calls a fearful boro, On thorn he'll oft czpa a Tlato and grumblo sore. Tho "porfect" dnys of Juno i Thcmo of the poets' lays i Ho says no ono but lun- . Attcs would avor pralso. Bo says that ho nbom tnntes and hatos July, And August makes him com pletely roslRtiod to dlo. Ho sayB tho Toss nf Sep Tcmbor aro worse than death. He'd ruthor suffer lop Rosy or want of breath. Aftor tho cqulnoc Tlftt Btorm has spent its forco Tho beastly month of Oo Tober begins Its course. And thon tho cold Novem- " Bor comes with ley broat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

Y THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.W.BREIIM. rroprlotor, A. H. "Wilson, ... Editor. SATURDAY, JUNE 1 - 1887. Entered at the J'ost-office ut Lotan as Sccoml-vtasx matter. On Tuesday the Statu govern ment of llhodc Island changed, and uot only now ofllcors were inaugu rated, but for the first time In Its history it is governed by Demo crats Yet wo are told that the ad ministration of Cloveland is a fail ure nnd unilocular. Tjii: national democratic con vention of 1888 will consist of 8i0 delegates, divided as follows: The Now England states, 7G; tho mid dle states, 150; the Southern stales, 300; tho Western slates; 212; tho Pacific states, 28; the territories and tho District of Columbia, 18. The two-thirds rulo obtains in tho grand caucus of tho democracy, and the man who will bo nominat ed will have to get, therefore, C17 votes. Tin: Winchester Times says: Mr. John A. Brixncr has a hen which has mndo n record as an egg producer, and wo would llko to hear from any that can beat it. It is part Pl...

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

Y MS V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAL HEWS. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor. Mudt NoV pons In market. Coffco 30 cents per pound. Sunday lo Children's Day. Low McOlll was In Cincinnati this week. Farmers aro all busy with tholr crops. J. N. Kcsslor Is suffering with rheumatism. Sain Sulzbachcr, was In Chllll cotho Sunday. Lancaster Is going In for an other gna well. Solicitor Prico waa In Athens on Friday last. Tho blackberry crop will bo abundant this year. Eov. Thomas preached at West Jefferson, Sunday last. Tho gas well at Lancaster is 2158 feet below surface. Georgo Johnston of Perry Tp., was In town on Monday. Tho gas at tho gas well was lighted on Wednesday evening. Fred Rochester and Will Moore spent Decoration Day in Lancast er. Mrs. A. Michio has boon quite sick with quinsy for soveral days past. Tho storm brought tho Decora tion Day ceremonies to an abrupt close. Tho fine rain on Monday and Tuesday was a great boon to tho farmers. Conoy Island has mado Its formal opening for tho summe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

Y HONEST AND PATRIOTIC. Tlin Old.Vnthlniimt Uxmnprnt it Man o' Whom tho Country Can He I'rouif, Whon ii mnn Is appointed to office, or recoives nny spcelnl honors nt the linnds of tlui President or people, II Is tlio custom of ttiu tlino to Hpcnk of Ills political standing, his record as to party und principles, and frequently lliu phrnso "nn old-fashioned Demo cr.it" is applied to him by mon not of his own party. Thoro is something wholesome In this; a compliment to tho ninn's staying and sterling qunll ties. Hon. Edward V, Drlghnm, tlio recently-appointed Chief Jusllco of tlio District of Columbia, is thus men tioned; ox-Senator Tliurninu also, and othorti, whom the people know und ro siieot. "An old-fashioned Democrat" is suro to bo an upright citizen. Ho believes in something and sticks to it; ho stud ies men, analyzes measures, weighs opinions and puts every question to tho test. If ho is in business ho meets his obligations like n man, deals on the square, says "no" when ho me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

Y tt k ROUGH GREEK GAMES. Dlscrlptlon of Bomn of the Hon Fopulal Sport of tho Oven IslnndaM. Wo found tho Oven Islanders very great people for nmusomonts; the children, tlio young won, and Somo times ovon tha old, piny game on tha uonch, much ns our youngsters do on tho vlllngo green; and they play many games, too, which wo know woll in En gland. Is it that men's minds, when intent on Bport, will arrivo at pretty much tho samo conclusion all tho world ovcrP I think so, for I am suro that if any travclor has ovor visited tho Oven Islands ho novor took tho troublo to teach tho inhabitants oranges nnd lemons, blind man's buff and games of a kindred nnturo, which wo saw, undor different names certnlnly, but played in much tho samo fashion on tho beach. Most of tho games partook of rathor a belllcoso nnturo, and boro testimony to tho hardiness and spirit of our friends. A game called "war" is dis tinctly of this nature, and is a great favorite among tho adult population. Two sides nro ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 June 1887

r arwii mim mm wiiiwuwiiiwm p !.s AfrLsn I' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0, W. BREnM. Proprietor, A. H. "Wilson, - - Editor. 8ATUUDAY, .Ttns'K ! - 1887. Entered at tho J'osl-nfllcc alLoyan as Second'clasx matter. Geography and History. 1. "Why does u telegram sent from Now York nt noon rcneli St. Louis boforo noon ? Because It never takes the West ern Union Telegraph Company inoro tlinn twonty-thrco hours to cover tho distance. 2. What Is tho greatest differ ence in time that two places may have ? Thore Is about a century's differ ence between Now York and Phil adelphia. 3. What causes the continual fogs on the Newfoundland const. The Newfoundland coast Is Eng lish, youknow. 1. Where is tho Levant? Down east. 5. State briefly tho causes that led to tho American civil war? Niggers. C. Name tho principal point of difference between tho Govern ment of Itussia and tho Govern ment of tho United States ? In the United States the Govern ment endeavors to elevate tho peo ple, and in Itussia tho peopl...

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