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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 November 1887

T tf The Ohio Democrat VOL. II. NO. 20. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1887. TEBMS.S1.60IEB YEAB. K : THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Ch Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits secured .by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a eoiicrnl Imnklnir business. Fop-Irh Drafts and Steamship Tickets fur salo at low ett rutc. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LATVUKNCK A. Cut.VKIl, President. ClKOIlOK W. l'tll.LHN, Vlr 1'rCSt. Hkuiikn I). Cui.vcn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. See Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan. E. lioweti, Cashier. Dot a general banking business, receives deposits, dlscouuti paper, and buys and sell Kxcuauge. BANK In central room In the James Block. ATTORNEYS. ' -- G. W. BREHM. Uttorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollison Bnllilhigr Logan, O. Collwtlons of Claims, Notes and Accounts, MortKHKi'S, liWiWH, Contracts, Deeds, Wills, Mechanic's LIi-iih, Ac, driiwn and neknowl edged. l'urtUlon of L...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 November 1887

- Tr Wjggt-' 'r''pffWWlWI y The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. limit linen collars uro going, 'tis said. The bird on llio hat Is loss seen than of yoro. r Tun streets of Vienna nro swept and trashed overy morning. PlNHF.rr. has made Its appenranco among Battle Crouk (Mich.) horses. Tilt: hnrp as a fashlonablo Instrumont grows In fnvor In Now York. A fund to keep Godsmlth's grnvo In order lms boon startod In London. This capacity of tbe Unltod States stcol rail factories Is 3,071,000 tans n year. Ill n. Giiecs nnd Miss Bluo, both black, jiro licensed to ivotl In Lycoming, Va. MissICi.izauetii I'EAnouY.tlio enthusiastic Iclndorgurlnor, Is past cighty-tUroo yoars old. Tnr. question of teaching Oermon In the public schools is under discission In St, Louis. An effort Is being mado to unite the coal minors of this country into u national or ganization. Tiiuke Now York saloon-keepers hare been sentenced to brcuk stone in the jail for soiling liquor on Sunday. A TEntmir.K disea...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 November 1887

YThe Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. TWILIGHT. The rImcIowb arc Tolling tho brow of tho hills, And vapors nro soothing tho murmuring rills, Whllo Twilight tho daughter of sunshlno and shntlo It Quoenof tho ovcnlng, In glory nrrayed, 43ho grncofully mantles tho wnnlng ot day, -And wolcomos tho ovcnlng In golden nrrayt Yot softens tho gllmmorlng curtain of light With shadows that melt on tho bosom of night. Triumphant bIio rides on tho billows ot flro, with chaplct of Jewell, In queenly attlroi in gold-tinted armor sho flushes Sor blado, And murahuls tho stars In tholr nightly pnrndol "With coursers unheeded, nndnuntod thoy rnn, Whoso footsteps all follow tho path of tho sun, When softly unfolding her curtain of bluo All spangled with silver, sho waves her adlou. Thus onwanl forovor with bannors unfurlod, Ecr halo of glory enraptures tho world, ytMlo sentinel stars on tho bordors ot night V'ow herald the vast oonstollatlons ot light. In slltnce It millions of systems revolved! In Biicnco i...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 November 1887

1 tf? MB THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. iQ.W.BRim Froprletoti A. H. Wilson, - - Editor. SATURDAY, NOV 0 1887 Entered at the Post-office at Lotan as Second-class matter. Evkiiy Dumoeriit to the polio .next Tuesday. Bn sure nnd vote, nnd vote the wholo ticket. Votr for Powell, economy nnd lighter taxation. Lrcss taxation and more economy is wlmt the people are after, With proper economy there will be no need of Increased taxation. There are some Republicans In this county who think their land tux Is lilgli enough. Vote for Powell. Jennie Linc, the celebrated Swedish singer, died at London, England, Wednesday, aged (id yrs. Col. Chap. B. Flood, a veteran journalist, died at his home in Col 'umbus, on the 27th. He was In his 78th yeur. When you go to the polls, you are voting for principles, not men. Vote the Democratic ticket stra ght next Tuesday. The Farmers do not pay taxes .enough, and their lands should be re-appraised before 181)0. Special Message of J. B. F. The Democratic victory in Baltim...

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

,4 tt vflvaBm 55?E c. v Jr M Y LQOAIj ITEWS Ed, L. "Wilson, Clity Editor Monte Orlsto Nov. 12th. Ed Kcsslor spoilt Sunday in Now Lexington. A now roof has boon put on the Re m pel House. Tuesday Is election. Demo crats do your duty. Mr. II. A. Gunning, of Chilli cothe, was among his Logan cus tomers this week. Lloyd Myers was down from Columbus a few day among his old acquaintances. Coroner G. G. Gage will mingle with the speakers at Carbon IIIII tills evening. 4 Mrs. Sammy Rcmpcl and moth er are visiting friends In Clrcle ville this week. No old people should miss at tending the "Old Folk Singing" on Friday Nov. 11th. Lew Pursell, son of Bro. Pur sell of the Gazelle Is the possessor of a goat and a sulky. Oliver Hamer returned homo on Monday, after n visit of three months in Pt. Pleasant, W. Va. Don't forget the old folks ting ing at the Methodist church next Trlday ut 2 o'clock and 7 o'clock in .the evening. We intended to say this was Indian summer but the Gazette got .ahead and ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 November 1887

THE DAIRY. To keop and milk a scrub cow is a wnsto of a man's time, lo employ n ccrul) man to milk n firm row is n waste of I ho cow's time Dairy World. In this country nearly three dollars' worth of milk, cream, hnttor nndchecso together are sold and eoiisumod to ovcry dollar's worth of liecf. What 1 more, thoro is. not much danger that tho market for dairy products will over ho less than It is now it is practically in exhaustible. St. Louis Republican. A Now England datryman stales that ho has fed green rye to his cows fin' throo pensoii", and tho Improve ment in tho quality of milk, cream Mini butter is very marked, anil finds (tin green ryo bettor than any other kind of grass. Farm, Field and Stock- u IP. It is reported, with how much truth wi can not say, that a Canadian cheeso factory had between seventy and eighty patrons and les than ten per cent, of them worofttr'tWilnghoiicstiiiilk. Tho factory must have had a blind man and a coward to boot for n chcesoinakcr. Hoard's Bain...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 November 1887

mfmtmmmmmt&m? Y i K- DECLINE OF HOSPITALITY. h Thro. Cans Which Threaten It Extinction In Cities nnd Towns. First, tlio enormous Incronso of travel j second, the pressure of neenpn patton, nnd third, ilia growing oxpon filvoncss of living, cspcclnlly In tho grout ccntors. Tho passion for trnvol which hns de veloped In nil countries, but most hero In America, makes pooplo unwilling to koop up a complicated establishment which must bo shut up or left to run itsolf when tho proprietor takes his winter trip to Florida, or his summer jaunt to Norway, Each year, there fore, Ineroasos the number of pcoplo who prefer to Hvo In a hotel, ornn npartraont, with tho fowest posslblo servants. This at onco becomes a hand icap on hospitality, since tho condng of n guest Implies tin immodiato upheaval of tho ronlino of living. A young married man was recently looking ovor tho plan of n flat which ho was considering for a future honlc, whon a frlond at his elbow romarked: "But It gives you no gue...

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

w niHii ,irimmmtm .. ..mp.H rr I: II ' , , , There nre ninny reasons why Emit .Kiesewetter, tho Democratic imndidatc for Auditor of State should be reelected. The Auditor to quo of tho most Important of the State ollleors. He Is the guard to the Treasury. Ho Is U member of the State Boards which equalize tho taxation of Hanks and Railroads. lie Is President pf tho Sinking Fund, which manages the payment of tho State debt. To perform these duties, therefore, he must nocossiuily possess great flnanclnl ability, a proficient know ledge of the State Laws and be per fectly honest and Impartial. Mr. Kicscwotter's record, for the past four years, that ho has ad ministered tho duties of this ofllee, stands forth so eminently satis factory, that not a single action ,can bo questioned. His excellent Judgment and prompt business methods have saved tho State many thousands of .dollars. As President of the Sinking Fund .Commissioners, lie has assisted in refunding $2,7411,000 of the State .debt,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 November 1887

aw ii-ti mjiwwwi i A' '- V s V- 1tMMKtMMp4Hk f 6' .' .u Democrat. t V VOL. II. NO. 21. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1887. TEEMS, $L50 PER YEAR. OBJBBxiMSSIjHm "' THE Jsss gW T" OHIO i fc H I- I I r t r V fe THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAV, Cask Capital, $50,000.00. Depouits secured by Individual " , Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe a genoral banking business. Foreign Draft Mid Steamship Ticket for isle at low est rates. OFFICE, Room Ko. fi, Opera House. Lawrbkck A. Culver, President. Geo bob W. Pui.lkn, Vtco Frost. Reuben D. Culver, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOO AX, OHIO. Bee Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Doe a general blinking business, receive deposit, discounts paper, and buy and elU Exchange. lg-BANK In central room In tbe James Block. attorneys: G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Delllson Building Logan, O. Collections of Claim, Note nnd Accounts, Mortgages, Lenses...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 November 1887

' -HWfrinw M'TiiefxfWW&FBVFfPf''' EfT" t "KWSp The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tim Czar Of nil the Ilussias has tho moss tos.' - , ,' ' CouMTiinrKiT sliver dollars nrolti clrcilla tlon. ' "" Tun weather wlsoacros forotcll an un nsunlly Btoimy Novcmbor. Kr.cr your tonguo oft your lip and yout Up won't cbnp, says a doctor. , Amf.uican books aro beginning to com. "(tnand a large Balo In Kngland. ' "' The Czar can bond a silver dollar double with his thumb and forefinger. Mamctoa, cx-Klnc of Bnmon, was car rlcd oft on ft German mnn-of-wnr. Tncitn or'd about 2,500,000 timbrcllao nnd parasols Bold In this country every yonr. An East Saginaw man has a dog that can turn somoibaults as v.'olt as an acre-bit. Tnr. Davy safty lamp for English coal mines ha boon ofllelally condomnod at last. IIuiieauh for furnishing logal advleo froo to tho pbor is tho latost thing in Now York. BrcAusn Europe Is cramped as to popu lation is no reason -why sho should glvo us tho cholera. An I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 November 1887

rgraff ftwraafeas.jati5 The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. ROSES. "thiwo ro8o to noil I I hnvo roso to sell!" Tho voleo of tho vendor grow faint as It folL I wont to my window nnd throw It up high, Uecausol lovod roios and wanted to buy. Thoro wero womon and mon spoodlng fast through tho streot, The lootwnys rcsounctocl with hurrying foot! I looked to tho loft, and t looltod to tho right, . Hut tho Bolter of roses wnsnowhero Insight. "I havo roses, sweot rosos I" I hoard It again, And n llttlo wan lorm hurried by In tho rain! No trlcud to protoct her to shield her from harm No wealth snvo tho rosos that hung on her arm. Sho crime to my beckon, so modest and shy, And blushed with dollght when I offerod to buy. I took tho boat blossoms! Igaro what I chose; Sho know not tho value of ovon a roso. &1 would not tako money," she said, with a tear. "V'lf father wero woll, nnd If mothor woro here. I can not holp fooling I'vo foil It nil dny Ashamed to soli llowcrs that wo onco gave nwayT'j ...

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

Y U .. . . -.' kite T 1 ,? v,t4dMuvtKJVfiuutrrrirvir-itti.' ii i . ii i . -y -mi i .....! - m sgpjtl,- ), - - m mf, lasfci i i ji W8lW!ftrtrtWWSIfiftrflrt"rtf) fHh WRWIBf tl&t tttVK K'tM ttifM'tMSlSHUMK' sf r1 t-vgrMfW ex-t Two Weeks -r-OF TE-r il i fill offer great inducements to all purchasers of Dress Goods, Wraps, DMestfcsJ&c., at thair Store, k le 'N CAW W WMffJV OLLINS & TUB OHIO DEMOCRAT. ,.0. W. BREHit, Proprlotoi, Editor. A. H. Wilson, , SATURDAY, NOV 12 .- 1887, Entered at the Post-office at Logai i as Second-class matter. A Democratic Victory. The KPiicrul result of tho State election held on Tunsdny is very favorable to tlio national Demo cracy. Ohio has gone Republican by the usual majority not nmre wo feel certain, as it will bo. found to he when the returns from the rural district arc received and it ,oiily makes surer, if that wore pos sible, that the State will cast its electoral vote in the Presidential election next year for .the Itepubl- can candidate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 November 1887

. M-T-1 )1T filVl t r T f HMWiUMimii mhiiiiiii t frryi-J i 'm-'f-l'virrm mtv yiwM'iiiPny'tr:T;wjw'ii'njjamnt .mwci i imUM tarn m i in .imWi f y, 4 . V f ' 1 n XjOol ushejws. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor Irish Student Nov. Iflth. A light ruin on Wednesday night. Secure your Thanksgiving turkey. Chns Keynes was in Columbus Sunday. L. O. Bort wns In the Capital city Sunday. Henry Kesslcr went to Lan caster Sunday. Chris Jeurgensmlcr, spent Sun day in Lancaster. Quail can now bo killed with out fear of the game law. Leo Hohman was In Cincin nati a couple of days this week. Collins & Mooro occupies the top of our editorial page this week. Miss Ida Ward returned to her home at Mc Arthur on Monday. Mr. Outhwalte made a speech at this placo on Monday evening last. Miss Maggie McBrlde, was among friends in Lancaster Sun day. The danco given at Ilartmnn's Hall on Thursday evening was a success. D. Angle Frlosner, of the Lan caster Republican was in Logan Sunday. Jerry Carpenter, of near Ent...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 November 1887

I I; ii 3 X S H ! ln?pri6n whottliMtht pif tdtfiiUflf fronth4 f Mtofle, whttitr rflrtctMto hu ntmttr heihtn It a ititacrlrr ef net, lrfnpontM forth pr Th court) hftr tfrotttal thu refiKlnff to uka nw ftpm ! pfltMiMlit from th po-Mnfllc, or rmnr injttaA letrlna thfm nnclUi tottlprim MitrU 4ae of tiTiiTiotit. ritOD, EVER TRUE. Tovotis nt heart ns n mimmor tin; A lassla stands by tho inotulow wnv. Ami looks, nt u fttco that U very ilcur, Ami wonders In words that know notlilna of foar "Will you ho ttuo, lovof will you bo truo! "Will you love mo us 1 lovo you I Will lovo grow BtroiiRcr ns years roll on, Ami bo trucm when joulli mtil bonuty havo Konat Will you bo truo, lovof will you bo truol" .lojoiio at heart on tholr wpildlng-inorn (ulnnil nml wife wnllt homo tlirmiRli the corn, Ami eneli scorns to hear tho oUMSmo song An, li.'UnI In hand, they wumlvr iiIohr: "Will you bo true, lovof will you bo truof Will you lovo tnu ns 1 lovo youf Wilt lovo grow strongor n years roll on, Anil bo tr...

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

:,Wi. yjLmf &0mTvim'iminmm Jit- V r THfe' MN'FROM MAINE. Fricnils.TOtors, countrymon.'Jend ma your . oiin, f Bllno' burinl 1 ting,' not prnlae of him) Tho rccordD thnt men rnnko oft do thorn up) lllnlno's rroonl was no good, but thon, good snotli, It got thcro. Wlillolnw Hold himself Ilath told you Ulalno wns n lirilllnnt mnnt It It wcro so, II was n grl6vdu fault, And grlovoiuly bath Jimmy nnswored It, 3 loll nth writ tunny lotion to his frlomti, IiOttora, mltist trblcU'gnvo him Uoad nwny. Did this In lllnlno seam gora-out brllllantl Yet Josoph says ho was brilliant, And Joo and Whltolaw nro honornbto men. You all did hoar that at tho banquet Ilurchard did thrlco yell out a groat big "It," Which Ulalno did thrlco Ignore. How bright was thai? But for thoso It's the word of Ulalno Might well havo stood against tho world. Now travels ho with ono reporter to do blm roveronco. If you havo tonrs In your summor undcrwenr Praparo to shed thorn now (tin underwear.) You all do know this ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 November 1887

LMHJILf ) im,- V t f"5" "l N I Only Two Objections. A Yankee hns Invented a way of r.Tllng thn.ut'h a tube. A man .dttTbe blown or sucked along at a speed of 1,000 miles per hour, and there arc only two tllfllcuttlep to be overcome; viz., the white hfiiteuUfl ed by friction, and Alio .unpleasant ness of being telescoped ,by some other tuuii, A Itemnfii.blo Trick. Thirty years ago one of the fam ous elephants .that traveled in this country was "Old Columbus." During ,one of his summer trips through Virginia ho stopped at the xto,w,n',ofD . Jn tthe neighbor lng town of H r- a boy familiarly ,call Dave, and notorious for leader ship In all k I nil 3 of nitsnhuvtous pricks, determined to show oh" be fore the.o'thcr boys at "Old Coluin ibns' " expense, and Invited several ,of his companions to go with him. Having come to the elephant's .stable, Dave gave him, first, candy, then cake, and finally cried: "Now boyl" and slipped a pieco of to ,bacco Into his proboscis, intending .to get ,out...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

"3?Jf'"Pl.,WWv " rgr- IT A JVJ , .V, ., , - I ' ' ' "V' ' t WWMW'Mrgwsiraapgsj , jf Awm'fe 'W V" j. A Vn, f t -rfhttiljtrf' Awitii r v ffi ) vo - , , . , . , . 5 1 i i iff w ' ' ; " ,r i .' i . ....!, ( (a-n"'mJi i ' ii 4 in t i o ? r ' )r VOL. II. NO. 22. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1887. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAB. ' mwifffiBpry , . . 5 ' ' i F i Democrat . B df NbVl1 A 1 HE OHIO f f r . fHE PEOPLES BANK OF L0BAH. CMaCapital, $50,000.00. ..' Deposits secured by Individual 1 Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doos n Rcncrnl banking business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for sale at low cut rates. OFFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera House. tiAWltF.NCE A. Ccr.VEit, President. OeonoE W, PumjKK,,V1cii Frcst. Ukuiikk D. Our.VKH, Cnshler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHld. See Hdurs from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Docsn general banking business, receives deposits, discounts papor, and buys and sells Bxcuang...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

U- "t'W rt1"1 3HP" ?jPNf w I Y fp. t ' ! The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. . GamiJ dontars report n scarcity of quail., Kansas bas a "University of Kinbnlm- None of Jenny Llnd's four chlldicnhnvc any musical gift. A town named Soonovor hns bcon started tti Colornilo. A $00,000 ponrl iiciklnce Is for boIo at a Wow York jeweler's. Amfiiioa tins rnoio dollnrs Invested In dalrloi tliau In banks. TiiEitB mo rubber gauntlets to snva tlio hands tn dish-washing. Tr. n'nvc'jt Vrench fad nmonflrroiucu lo tho study of astronomy. Tiu:nn nio suld to ba (VI9 widows, by ac tual count, in Oocrllu, O. Dn Lrssui's says tho Panama Canal will be opened Fobruary a, 1MX). Ci.osE-TMMMi:n bcaids uio being much worn on Now York youtbs. The Grant monument fund In Now York has bcon swollcd to 87,543 01. Oeneiiai. Uoulanouii's mother was a Welsh woman named Qrlfllths. The public schools of tho United States givo employ mont to 1120,000 teachers. A $1,600,000 liio-pioof tboator is to re place Madi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

tMMWIM9tWl n m Id V mm mm Parsons. Spies, Engel and Fischer Hanged at Chicago. Tlttlnp; Tormlnatlon of a Crime That Will, Go Down la HlBtory. How the Victlmi Endured the Agony of Their Init Moments Their Lint Say lng History of Tltotr Dreadful Crimes. Chicago, Nov. 11. During tho long hours of tho night the only newspapor men who were ad tnltteil to tho lnnor precincts of tho jail woro tho representatives of tho Associated Press. They bail quarters In what Is known as the lawyer's cago and were within ten feet of tho Anarchists. About 4 o'clock one of them mado s. tour of tho lower corridor whero Spies, Par eons, Fischer unci nngel'wero confined. In each cell wero two stalwart guards who stood watch ever the Anarchists. The formcrchattcd In low tones and whispered Jokes among thcmsolvcs to while away tho tlmo. Hut tho talk and whisper ed Jokes wero all lost on tho prisoners. COOK COUNTY JAIt MICHIOAN STREET t-TRANCE. Each ono was In tho heaviest of slumbers. Spies lay on ono sldo, h...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 November 1887

f s yfPi- - IfPCPfTf "flfc 'i , i? I -- jh fe k. MarMttrfftftm4iMi tew v? tcvwtv j- - If t ... ii tA t -4.i-.j Ul . I rf i i.'. A it . OB mm rrrrfi! s'? ;'-fr-ftrrr i , TTTyJir"',''?Tyc v.viiii . itr I pj. i ; ! tm tfl Jfci-i fcttnl.n...i..i. "'- is.. ii -" ii - '. iftlTwlMiTT3r'tJ'l t'ii"vf .iifittJ'rrTww'itgwrwWMiwMn iMiiliaiilIlairNilii1nllfM M.ll t I F - PM'M . ' ' " " If :f. Fjbf the Next Two Weeks V;' ,,! v ' 1 h OLLIN - ,o i .ri V) m Will offer great inducements to all purchasers Dress Goods, Wraps, Domestics &c, at their Store. f -Hf"l fW 'T5 & lEjjjjjJi tn l ii i. : TflE OHIO DEMOCRAT,. &. W. BKEHM. . Froptiotoi. A. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. .SATURDAY, NOV 19 - 1887 Enlered at the Post-offlcc at Logai as tycoml-rlais matte): S. II. Bright rubbed (he (IiistotT his ancient cnpporlii'tul Jtipoeh, re vised mid rcdcllvoreiHtnn the np cuslnn of the Townxpiidjiiliflcntlnn (on Wcdncsdiiy nfcbt. His dis riiition of tlio nicptlnj; of CleVe ,1iiiul, Jpir Dnvls and the Ameri...

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