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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

Ski PWWHfglW IjSftamwrilMWWi Tiifcim i mt ijkf ftfrrin'iiliuiLmnawu'wiiirjwiti'Jitffinnwi iwawiWBtafegiitfiQUSfllM WMh l-ff T ,' , r The Ohio 1 1 & VOL. II. NO. 25. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10. 1887. TEAMS, 8U0 PER YEAli. 5553; Democrat THE PE0PLES, BANK OF L00AI, CMk Capital, $50,000.00. t Deposits secured by IiuUviclual iv i-ik ljittuiHty or over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Cms a general banklne business. Forolun Draft, and Hteainnhlp Tlckota for salo at low est ratos. FFICE, Room Ho. 5, Opera House. tiAWRRKCE A. Cci.vkh, President. (JKOIIOE W. l'UI.tKM, VICO PrCSt. TtKVUKN I). Cdi.vkh, Ouililer. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OUZO. tloo Hours from 9 ft. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. Jhn Walker, President. Chan. E. Bo wen, CanMer. Doeaa tenaral banking business, receives deposits, discounts pnper, nnd buys and sells Exchange. 0sV 3 look. BANK In central room In the Jnmc ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Ittorney-at-Lai and Rotary Public, Bolllsoa Building Logan, O. Celle...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

flt h. j T w ,- fwg? f tiyyy o,y5f (jv',-1-"'' 3 s? The Ohio Democrat. UOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A noon chlld-nctrcss cams nliont 125 a Week. Dakota Is forging ahoad ns n flnx-Rrow-lug section. Only thirty-seven widows of the Revolu tion lira left, Tnr.iiF. nro now 05,157 postmnstors In thn United Htntos. Tun Quecu of Itnly owns hair n million puro wbtto pearl1. Mushrooms that weigh seven pounds Brow In tho Tyrol. TitniVE In a growing domnnil for Amori can apples In Xnf-hind. Fni:iitEKT Ci.rvci.and drinks wine nt dinner, very sparingly. UnotrniA critic on a homely bride: "Her faco would wenn u calf." The postmaster nt Wlntorpoit, Mo,, Ih appropriately named Snow. I'lrnsiDENT Cleveland Is to tnlco lessons lu horseback riding this wtntor. Sixty thousand ornnca tires aro on Uiolr way fiorn Japan to California, Wasimnoton has one hundred and forty miles 'Of streets with shado trees on both IdCB. TmniE nro Indication1) of a renewal of tho agitation In favor of a government tel grnph. ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

FTjnpfvv'T-ww-.3M!?., h V The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. TOIL ON. One llttlo motto shakos tho world, As tempests roott tho sen! Victory It moans to thoso who strlvn Wouldst thou tho conqueror bof Wouldst entor Into richest Adds Tho eye o'ro Razed upon? To nil I (rive tho countersign 'Tls but tho words! "Toll on!" Yet, by those words the mightiest deeds The weakest hands luivo wrought, Conquosts tho grandest hnvo bocn wi On battlo Holds of thought. Motto tbnt nerves tho warrior's heart To gazo death's faco upon; Tho lover's vow, tho martyr's erood, Tho nation's shield "Toll an." Each springing bud obeys tho power That bids it clears tho dust; "Onward mid up I" all nnturo cries; "Strength, strength to toll and trust." The trees climb high, the swallows soar, Tho billows rlso and roll; On, too, faintheart; thy tea shall spread, Liko flamo from soul to soul. Toll on I guardjvory golden hour Fast, fast tho moments fly. Look I thou nhalt sco a ladder set Between the earth arid sky. Good d...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

t. . 4w- ffV i ' rtt- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, .0, W. MRBUK. A. H. Wilson, Fropitatoi Editor. .SATURDAY, DEO 10 - 1887, Jinttreil at the Post-office ut Logan .. tiecond-olass matter. The Itcslgnntion of M. Grovey, President of the French Republic, onuses scnrcely a rlpiJ.o on the po lltlenl sen. Ills a.uuoossor, M. Su-(11-Curnot hus been ejected ntul in stalled, niuj tlio Republic of Franco niov.ou serenely. Tut Cool on the Free List. It la .prpjnvbly tru.o that men benr ,with grouper patience- the ills which spring .froin their own negllgonco ,iinl which they may prevent than jnlsfortunqs against which they are jpowerlegs tp contend. How else ,ean wo account for tlio submissive ,spirlt wltli .which the consumers (of nnthrncitc conl allow themselves .to he plucked, in defiance of law, ,by features brought into existence ;by .State legislation? Whilst tho miners in the Lehigh ,rcgion arc undergoing the pangs of .starvation, unemployed working men in Philadelphia are suiTering .for .the wan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

wl tfT'l1 wjk B5 f-t4-?, 'TT'7 MMVMIVV rnrun ni-ffiTt IV.WtTffiJOlf tijjiaBO 9!Sf3HSSWHWH JSft.w rfflrrVrfVfMHhftK Wrfriir;fti,afctfli iwwiiiiHV.ni 5. IS l! LOO-A-Ij iriErws. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor Sleighs nro not in demand. Culver Baker was in Logan Sunday. Tom Johnston was in Logan this week. Diamonds rich and rnro nt Kessler Bros. Our street crossing wore clean ed this week. Fine lino of Gold Headed ennes At Kc88lcr Bros. Ed Montgomery was in Col umbus Sunday. v Dr. Campbell's new office is iicarlng completion. Stlers &, Hambltn are packing About fifty hogs dally. Miss Ida Moore spent Sunday with her sisters at this place. Something to gratify every tfnste atKessler Bros. Jewelers. Rochester's Sons have put a now roof on their store building. Largest lino of fine gold zings in the city at Kessler Bros. Dr. Irwin and daughter, of 'South Perry, were in Logan Tues day. Handsome assortment of Gold Pinsjuid Tooth Picks at Kessler Bros. Our merchants are busy ma Stlng.prepoxoti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

!t ..y..,- . Mi ! VI N THE MODEL BARN. .A Vntnnule (iniitrlliiitlnn to Hie Hnhjeet ol Fnrin liliiglnoorlnc;. 1'robnbly nljoiit llio best position for 'tlio bant would ho nast or southeast ol llio liouso, for you wnnt It wboro tlio -odors-will bo blown from tho house, a Kiting tJiat Is often overlooked, and In wuiumcr with tho warm winds ofton proving quite troublesome. In tho Above directions from tho home, you would bo iiblo to havo tho yards and teed lots on tho south nnd east sides ol tho barn, which Is an advantage In winter, and to givo things a neater ap pearance, th6 view of tho barn and lots may bo shut olF from tho house by planting evergreen or other trees In nows or clumps, which answer also for a windbreak. For n barn to bo what you might call a model barn, every thing should bo arranged In It with reference to saving labor and time. For instance, soiuo have tho corn-crib off at quite a dis tance, and in stormy weather, when mud is ankle deep or snow has drifted around, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

KSMW i nAiKt)mmmMm'miiHMim lllliilUH Wllftrff is f immvmww 'r- tiu r m . SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Ono of tho fluent pinto mills In tho country will soon stfirtntFoniiMc, P. Thrpo litintlrcd mon will bo om ployrtl nt n now plntc tnlll at Whtmt land, Pfl. Tho Southern lrmmifnoturiiig mill nro working night anil day, with orders running months nhend. Within six months Chicago will liavo ilvo now packing-houses In nctlvo operation, which, Jointly with thoso already In tho city, will have a capacity of preparing for tho markot dally loOO hoad of beef cattlo and 15,000 hogs. nosion Jiudgcl. Applying cortnln mcasuromonts to a scarcely vlslblo 111m of silver, Ilerr Wlonor nrrlvcs at tho conclusion that no loss than 125,000,000 molecules of silver must bo laid In lino to mcastiro an Inch. Arkansaw Traveler. It has boon ustimatodthatPntorson turns out $100,000,000 worth of finished silk goods annually, and that Swiss manufacturers and workman aro being driven out of tho business In couso quencc....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 December 1887

' .-( 'fTW iSZ.. T?" f"srv "IP. J(t '"V" "TP-wpS ( j i r i' ir-a 5"' ITF f "t'7' S5p3! '3f " KfliHlUim tf iiaiiwiJi Chlcag ft Atlantic Railway Company. TIIMCE CAED, Taking Effect May 22, 1887. v Peter Shrader, City Butcher Wm. Waner, m ! mi pmhIimiiimi (n lid tlii! moil ix)imlir linn bo twecn all points east or went. IW Imlns nro romposcd or the fluent tiny coii-llic mill pain llnlrulliiiiiiiiilcciilnffcnrM, nnd run mcr n unnothi well lnllnk-il voiul lieu Nd other linn oilers moro cQittploli' (hcllltip. Dlrict connections Hindi) In Union Depots, limn avoiding Ineomodloits trnnircrs nt uiircnwm ohlo hours. Thorntei vlnllilKllnonroni low ritlio lowest. Ask for your tlcltetft via the Chlcituo & Atlntilla llnllwtty nml j our Journ ey will lie ono ofcomrort niiii pleasure -agent Fcm- flTNCINNATT, B ALTIMORE Morns Grim M WEBTWAUIV. r IFCXe, IKOCTCOTQ- OOTJ2STT1T. ll orders for keg or bottled beer will bo promptly filled Satisfaction Guaranteed, (OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN. Hocking County ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

&lsH5 HHHBPaH I L ? rwj y1. W- - 1 I IT I miii I J '- -31 ' " "S ,. .If', if .wsj" ! : ,1 m YOIi. II. KO. 26. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1887. TEKMS, $1.50 PER YEAH. r-tr-Tf-wr-' The Ohio JJi 0 A. V JL. "k w -- m.A. Jam. JHl. i- it i' h THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cflih Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits secured by ' Iiullvldtml Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe a general hanking business. Forolgii Draft nnd. Htcumshlp Ticket for Data nt low est roto. ' OFFICE, Room No. '5, Opera Ilon.sc. IiAWBKSCE A. f!UJ.rEK,Tr08ldont. Okouoi: W. I'um.kk, Vlc I'rosl. Kkuden I). Culvkii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. ' flee Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Iiotven, Cashier. Doonn. general bnnklng bUKlncs, receives leposlln, discounts paper, nml buys uml sells Exehangv. nlockT BANK In central room in the James ATTORNEYS. O. W. BBEHM. Attorney-at-La-si and iiotary Public, Holllson Itnlldlng Logan, 'O. Coll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

w ynqpurrTfj, r wrvftr s.'V'9'j-iy. t 't l"TT p ' I - 11 The Ohio Democrat. tLOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A Gr.onotAN Is named Bhlnhotstor. I'iianci: wns lucky to cscnpo n revolu tion. ItxtTr.nACT la rapidly Increasing In Lou isiana. Bon.iNfi water Is bolng used to evict ton nuts In Irolnnd. Gr.N-niAi. HnininAS Bays 'tliat ho wnnts no political ofUco. , lloosio tutniol la to ba Sighted by 1,230 incandescent lamps. JloXTiiRAiAvlU not have n Ico carnival and pnlnco tills yenr. J2nisoN proiulscs to i,knlth tho public toon with ft great invontlon. Tun United Btatc3 oontnlns In round avumbers'nonrly !!00,00(3 ttndluns. A i.onsrr.u trnppod In Nova Scotia la jpiessod to bo two ccntnrlos old. Mait ot tho beat dressed womon In New York'havo discarded :tho bustle. A Montiikai, youth twenty-ono yenrs old Is sorvlng his ilftccalth yonr In prison. Brnatou CAMnnos owns more than :51j000,000 worth ot 2nnd In 'Washington. 'Geouoia started, built and conducted tho'first woman's 'college In tho world...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

--. I'TP " t" w mMttwmtmmmmmmmm Wi m git.. iirtiiw ilBElt.mf.'.wlillillMW w Mi wwi i i wn.win i4liXllnjVf lMUilrfp MLMiHlfclil ST5 .. TTTM IV iwkfcrfit.Miini,.fcMgrii. w : wt t T I- , I) i The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. TOILER'S CHRISTMAS HMN. I hnvo n faith that holds my tlfo Abovo tbo slough of n!n; That (tills tho angry waves of strife, Ana plves mo pcaca within It Is tho story of tho morn, From Heaven's Inspired pen, Thnt tells to all how Christ was born To walk tho earth with men. Tho shepherds 'noath tho starry shy Heard, tar beyond tholr Icon, The glory sung to God on high, (lood will and pcaco to mcn . They saw tho dawn In roscato light Sweep back tho age's gloom, And Heaven's lovo cloavo puro and bright The pathway from Uio tomb. Not for tho nobles purplo olad, N6t for the kingly crowned, i 'Camo Christ from Clod, with tidings glad r That our satvatlon found ! rile sought the lowly, poor, opprossrd; In hovel, hut and cavo; And mado tho tolling millions blessed, In triumph ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

r& f ,H ' ft" i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0, V BREHKi ' A. H. Wilson, x7fltol -'Editor. SATURDAY, DEO 10 - 1887 Entered ql the Posloice alLojat at Second'ctaxR mdtter. Juduk Faumcnkk has hecn ad m It ted ns Senator frpiijt ycsfc yir- Klnla. 1 11.UVL ! 'Ug. Tin: Demowats of Hie Virginia Legislature have selected Hon, J. ft. HsLfbottr to succeed BitMlebcr or jln the Senate. ess , Ox Irtat Saturday an attempt was tqado to asgasiimto M. Jules Ferry, lpx'-Premipr of France. He was .quite oycroly wounded. '-Chicago had a million dollar Jlre on ;ho night of tho 11th Inst, jtho wholesale houso of Phelps, podge Jc Palmer being totaily le s.troyftd.. iKTrlnco of Wales nnd sun .dry of the titled gentry of Eng land, mlglit find, If they would (take the trouble to look for it, (Some more elevating businc?? than lionizing an American bruiser. The Continental Life Insurance (Company, of Hartfordj has collaps ,cd. Tho President is a fugutlvo ,and several of ,tho officers are un der arrest. It is the o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

,;'"55Sf mm l 3 r gji SssSftmSBBB nnilt. if nWMMrt MWiUw MHwiHh 5I553S5 Sfw-,-rr;rT" 57-- - fee ? ' .f if .!' 'V ' U . 01,00-A.ri' -3STEI-WS. Xd. L. "Wilson, City Editor, V t ht v Will White was admitted to tho bnr. A, H. WHson was In Columbus Friday. v -Tho Presbyterian was Issued this week.' Take your laundry to II. S. Shotwell.... Frank Kessler has opened a coal yard. . L. J. Burgess was In Athens .this week. Diamonds rich and rare nt Kessler Bros. Fine line of Gold Headed canes at Kessler Drosi -, . "Jap" Alltop, of Columbus, was in Logan on Monday. Our flro department has been supplied with now hose. Mr. Joseph Kienlo Is quite flick with malarial fever. Chas Klenle, of Columbus, spent Sunday In Logan. , Chas Keynes was in Nelson vlllo Thursday evening. The President's Message in full will be (bund on the first page. . Tho Motherwell Iron,. A. Steel Co., are still working, at night. Something to gratify evory taste atKessler Bros. Jewelers. Largest lino of fine gold xirigs in th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

rt1 W ' J . -i,,rjr,.H wi,n-'"i5f"tti)p '," 5jn,ie?jfrjrsr '"f .'liWPWWIfciW'fW "Jr?! s NO CHANGE NEXT YEAR. Why Hie llimlnet lntri',U nf tlio Country Will Support thn Dninorrntla l'nrtr In llttD I'rritlilpntlnl Kleollitii'-DmiBer Incl .dniit to n Climico f AilnilnUlrnllnii. In nmklng it forecast of (ho forces that will enter Into the Presidential election noxt your, tlio nttlludu of tlio business inteiosts of tlio country mint bo taken Into account. The ltcpub "Ican party 1ms iniulo tlio peoplo minlllnr with thu nrguinenl tluil, ox copt for tho gravest cause, u change of administration at Washington Is In jurious to trnilo unci depressing to In dustry. Wo have tho authority of tho foronioit Republican statesmen for saying that to transfer tlio general government from tho party in pos session to tho party In opposition In volves a heavy risk to tho commercial nnil manufacturing activity of tho Na tion. That such a transfer would tend to unsettle public eoulhloncc, disturb values, al...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

txickiikSS??! ".4 BWinh-f aJa.S n Trn-n ir iitirnni - - - - k -J i i V 1, K J t 1 BOOTBLACKS' 8TAND8. The FecnlUr Industry granted by nn In , genlon New York Itnllsn. Fov probubly, of tho men who pa tronize tho many Hhoablnoking cstrtb lisiimonts in tho streets nntl sit In com fortablo nrm-clmlrs on brass-oruament-cil stntuts uvnr stop to think of tho origin of these conveniences. Tiioy Imvo Jucronsoil in nnmbor so rapidly within tho Inst few yoars that tiioy nro now as common n sight ns nstrcot-lnmp or a horse-ear. Tho majority of tho stands aro miulo by an Italian, wlio proudly claims tho honor of inventing thorn. His triangular-shaped shop id pver nbacksnitth's and is reached by a short llight of rough woodon stops that might; almost bo called a ladder. In this small shop, with ono window, boot blacking stands aro piled from floor to ceiling. They aro in various stages of completion and In uifloront sizes, Homo being largo enough for ono, two, or tlireo chairs, so that a purchase...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 December 1887

j 7"T"(4 "'!-" a -MiyBnJF'"ijgfl1,niywyJg ' if'TfC'Tifllr T --5 M$M J ysr' 1 Peter Shrader, City Butcher ! Chicago Atlantic Railway Company, . rriiMTa cvx?.t, Wm. Waner, Taking Effect May 22, 1887. fWTlio Chlonm) ntul tlnnllc Hnllwny tmimlnr Una bn 0(iutiuiC'st() lio the iilnvt M)inlnr twioi nil Dolnti criMt or vrt. Itn triilim nro cotii))osiil of tlio nnrat tiny eomlio mul imln tlnl rullinitititleoplttKrnrK, uiiti rim oor iv Klnooth, c Imllostotl rontl liul. No oilier llniiollom morn I'omplotd rnclllllcfl. Direct coimrctlons liuula In Union Dopotn, tlntx n'iU1lnptliirntiUHlotmtrntmrcn(nt unreason nlilo lioiiro. Tliurntps via tliHIllio nro tut low rntlioloucnt. Axltfttr lour tlekctH lit tlio Chicago b Atlnntlo ltitllwiiy nml your Journ ey will bo ono of comfort nml plenum. CINCINNATI, yyASHlNGTON it B tVLTIMORE II MorlBin's Cincinnati Beer ! WriBTWAUl). o or arooKiisra- ootthsttit. All orders for keg or bottled beer will bo promptly filled Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Unttlo of Look...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

-r'JVY' rM!mSm (imii'HW ii i, t, f i M -fhin i . joiiiim pup imiiimpi ..... ,,-lM.it i,,.;,. , C(udd'v t r o .- .tv;r" ' "' i & " ' '''-J ,ttililp' 4 ' T. S , - V fro- w & ' y -ktsw .? i !!.: w-- 'ja&aat Si 11 Ohio " wMf iw- i?-. "! 1 V0E. II. NO. 27. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEBYEAB. i m9m3 K The Democrat:"- I 'i V ILi- r i ! ; . S 1 It - ll THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAI. CMfc Capital, $50,000.00. Deposit secured by Individual Liability of over Four' Hudred Thoisand Dollars. Dmi a (antral banking business. Foreign grafts and BUamsblp Ticket for tale at low it rata. FFICE, Rtoai Ifo. .5, Opera House. EiAVMBifCK A, Ccltbr, President. ' Obobqh W.-Puiaew, Vlca Treat. Reuben D. Oulvbii, Cashlor. THE FIRST BANK Or LOG AX, OHIO. ' ' lies Hours from 9 a, m. to 8 p. ra. Paid in Cash Capita, $50,000. JThn Walker, President. Chat. E. Bowen, Cashier. .I .TVoesa general banking; business, receives iapaalta. dlsoounta paper, and buy. and sells stxeaaage. JMBA...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

-Ttrtrvy-. - "--'- W-WJv ?i?Fj&f'$iv ' fvwf"P'wsslM?w T5Hf "V; J! WWl WIMlfff'!pP9ff)MP)Pf v '' -T V ' 'fc . v 14 '1 The Ohio Democrat. t-OGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Gun Hint will shoot flvo miles havobccn Invented. Nina. Vak Zaxdt has repudiated lior rich relatives. Tins President's country pltico is closed for tho season. Jos. CiiAMiiKiu.Ats porststontly wonrsa uluglc cyo glass. A DoLUTiisn has Invented a combined It a to and rat trap. Baltimore is tho leading inarkot In tho woild for terrapin. Ummi. thoUlst of April tho country Is to Ira without buso ball. Axti-himocs pills sold by peddlers hnvo vnused mnny deaths in Franklin County, Ala. Tni: koeplng of young nlllgatois as household pots Is described us n now "craze." Tiir.nn nro as many "old engineers in tho country" as theio aro Washington's body servants. Hcniiv Groiton has dolinltely decided not to bo a caudidato for tho Prosldoncy next year. Mus. Citoiun is a mombcr of a Saginaw (Mich.) church, of which Ilov. Mr. Broud ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

KffiJW r y ti l 1 The Ohio Democrat. i-OOAN. OHIO. MY SWEETHEART. M I hoard on Now Year morning At inv iloar a gentle tnp, In ennw my llltlo sweetheart, And climbed Into my tap. Her evos wcro liko forgot-me not, HcrhalrwtvB wnvy gold, Her lips wore inndo for kisses She h only flvo years old. Iter hands wcro flllod with flower A fa her flower was slio j And scultcrlng fragrnnco round her, She said, with morry glee! There' a 'Happy Now Year' hidden Among thoso vlolot's blue, And every Ilttlo rosebud Has some messago sweet for you, , " And when these flowers I bring you Shall droop and fndo awiiy, I'll tie your Ilttlo heart's-enso Forever and a day." Verj toon tho violets withered, The rose and mlgnonnctte; J tut I clasp my heart's oaso In my arms, , And tlicro she blossoms yet. Anna it, Pratt. JINKSEY'S MISTAKE And How "Billy" Found a Homo at Oodar Farm. "Say, Jlnksoy, wot d' yor think of that fur stylo I reckon sho's como Intor town to buy tho Liberty statue for soraobody's Now Year'...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

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Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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