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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

PaW , -suv jynt rTif - 'p - TI &. - - ' f.'l ft,t,i II f f..-f. 4V-A - ! ; p In r n? k ? tri y'"-' M I S - ;h f if-r- ft -; a t- v i V- & 1 -' a -fr. ... : 'J I? n" .'.' UtCS . , Fw J '.. I- r !.. ' ft ; mi' r ,j '! .:j. . Ki . m w,t IH l- f".' r't XjOOJILj ITEl-S. !Ed, L. Wilson, City Editor Shnt tho door. Tho canal Is frosen over. We wish you a Morry Christ mas,, Lancaster Is busy christening their gas wolls. Mert Smith, of Wooster, Is iiome for the Holidays. Dany Walt, of Columbus, was in Logan Tuesday night. Tldo , Houston, of Floodwood, spent Sunday In Logan. J.B. Rlason, Esq., of Laurel 'vlllewa In Logan Thursday. Don't forget Iho Flromens ball at the rink on Monday night John Harrington Is snendlnsr -the-Holldays with his parents. ,fj The prise fight between Rilrano i tand Smithy was decided a draw. Chad Keynes contemplates spending the Holidays In Cincin nati. Motherwell Iron A Steel Co. have suspended night work for two weeks. Frank Redfern, of South Perry made this...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

w. a.. . - "jffl- - 11 11 1 ' - -! W f- f c y t V ft?va ?t'- hfc fe -- -Trr T It ' iV to connaspoNoeNTs , rJlll rr,,dmimlciiltoTi fn llilMmpff fthotiM t from, lii'dld f tlinfttrtf,f Ihf nitlliAri nnl ticMirllf for jHilllmiiAn, tin n MMnc nt kiw.1, rlih with. jtltMlli writnr, Will nnlf on on ulrfc of lh tm tit lir ittlii!tlf:rfiil In alliimmp nrxliUtoii (nuaii ill (" I'd 'fix plMi ml ilKMnct. Prop .t iiniAf a.n dtflKnll tn lFflr1m. 1,miu oflba (kirit-p- niAnf.ar In wlildi lnT n 'f num. RETROSPECTION. The ivlml m an ilrcarlly to-nlghts Ahrt thiniRh tho room be warm nnd hrlght, Our thoughts will take it somber cast, Fof the dciif jenr Is nenrlv pint. lln cnmo to 'js so Tounfj and fair, With frost, lltic dlnmomH, in hli hair: Ho kcenied no pure, nnd utmnx, nnit Just, We Ir.ive him nil our m nnd trust. Wc thinks of nil Hint hn tins brought Of nlnns mj n'n 'e, of irond wo wiiRhti If m.ith tins fiitlnl, w nmV ' ol blame, I'or other years hmc been tho cnmo. If wc 1i no wont o'er burled hope...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

rnjifjM'w&r. r'W1,;! KiHiMi w ,- ' t r 'Kg "TY ''& - r liC '" Ki,&' r .. U V; -J. i f r,v 'V r . nPUBLIOAN4 DECAY. It Uiicnitmp .Todrnl' View of the Itlne and Fall of BepabllcnriUm. Tito Republican pnrty cnmo ifitaaofti trol ol the Government throi'ili'b tVosldoutlrtl election of 1860, and wont out of power through the Prcsldontlnl utcntloii of 1881. Tito eovon National contosU Included within this period toll tho story of its rise and fall, nnd tho record la full of Instruction nnd warning which enn not bo too enrof ully hooded nt a time' when tho future of parties to so generally ilUciiMcd as now, The salient features of that rec ord can bcT rresontcd at a ainnco by bringing logo thor tho Republican votes at each of 'theso oloctlons in tho clono nnd donbtful States of New York, In diana, Now Joraoy and Connecticut, a well as in that ancient "stronghold11 of Republicanism, Massachusetts. .v. r. Ind. N.J. 11. Matt. Total. IBrtl.. 802.040 189.0.11 58.SM M,f(W 44.001 109, ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 December 1887

l!" i9'fsl"'"Vsfkc'' TT wna'V ""! -jjprfffnna' Hr w ,f4 -y- -- -3 -V 3 v !j$f3 s M v M J r . r f l .- t U Wm. Waner, -AGENT FOR- Morleins nnb Beer OB HOOKHsTO- OOTJ2STT1T. All orders for Keg or bottled , beer will bo promptly filled Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1888EVERY LADY SHOULD TAKE IT 1888 PETERSONS MAGAZINE OF LITERATURE, ART, AND FASHION Sketches of MoJad Placos and Paoplo, Splondidly-F.llustraf.ed Articles, Tales and Novelets by Famous Authors, Illustrated Hints on the Fashions, Numerous Work-Toblo Patterns. ! THK BEST AND CHEAPEST of the tiulyVbooks. It rItps more for tho monej ant! ittor nioriU thag. any other. Its storie novelets, f re , uo ftdnilued to to tho best published uiouwru nrtf mmnum 41.9 mo popular autnors 01 America, It filrrs mora for tho money and combing le m number. Ercry manth.also.theroRnncarsftMASIMOTH COLORED rASlIION-lJATI3.eiiperbly A. FULL-SIZE DUEsS.PATTEUN with wich number, -which Moim U worth the lid CUM- rlco of the Peter Shrader, City Butcher ! O1...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

'& yytrw-;;;' ,ui&r :jm .f, : m. .: ' &. ,,.KwTOfi 'sML ,. "W.. i!-. .mtgfc mMiltTlBBBt VTJFT.W' JV -r.- JV- V- ' -" '- ' . .. .1 "Kfe? A. ? J. V; wf if S : i ;:4 Ohio Democrat. t .; i ' a VOL. II. NO. 29. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31.1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAB. J &EiS JK.il ' SiWPlW MFT rt ' '. : ; .,.,' T .-.6 -,' ."'fyft.- QNn.aMrM -wU $ THE PEOPLES' BANK 'iiii capital, 9A9vOVtW Deposit secured by Individual Liability of over Feu HudM TkMMii Mm. Doe. a genoral b.nklng baitn.ni. Forelm Draft, and Staamshlo Ticket, tar Ml. el low nei titrates. FFICB, Keem N. S. Spara Mease. liAWBBKCB A. Cci-vbb, PretM.nt. Obobob W. Fcuir, Vfe. Prwit. , Rbubkm D. Cci.vbb, CMhl.r. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. So Houra from 9 a, m. to 8 p. m. P lid Ji Gash Cipitil, $50,000. Wmlkrt Preeidenl. Ohas. E. BotJn, CaeMer. . BM geinral banking bn.ln.tM, receive. ttcBoslta. dlseounU paper, and buy. and Mil. Bxehani;. BANK la central room In tb. Jame. Bio n Attorneys. ... W. BREHM., - ltt...

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. — 31 December 1887

fc&v lAfctJ incjj.r i tf!:pf,,j .ar Vtai: W WK-T,, l " V a; t-r-imA. wr-vawm'-i- mp b Flf i i f9 i A i I,. B'TI P P k & & ( i ' ? hi l T T---Tr.-. the Ohio Democrat. iLOOAN. I OHIO. ' 'H c&rreAt Tbpicd. 1 - w '" Ynis hotels In Panatna tiro now lighted by ,1 electricity. , , , TnS Oklahoma boomcis nro to break I ,looo agaitir Evkrt Now York hotol now has a typo , writing ofllcc. , Natuhal gun linn beon struck in paying ! .Quantities in California. . ucuLisTB say mat myopia, or ncar-sigai- -. , i . i ciiness is on mo increase. nC- ''... ...j.i..i..i.ii A Aim junruuia cu jjurna in mu juicst iiiuiu- " bor pr royalty to goto dlscaso of thothroat. j il John O. WniTTirn, the Quaker poot, eel ) i, obratod his eightieth birthday n fow dajs 5 ) ago. 4 Mad. Clrvki.ani) Announces that sho will receive prosentB only fiom personal , frlonds. , An castorn man hat brought suit for s damages for breach of promise against a young lady. ANew Yonu house has received an ordor for 3,000,0...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

MVf. i-isi fiT""AV toiflE,:iHfiMrattystfgfrfi) ,? Jyq?' j"T3B f, 'if fTTIsp H" - - t - -.if. r SC ' & ". , V. Jl--. tr The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. "SOMETIME." Sometime1, clear Ijcnrt, feotnotlme, t linotr not when, Wo may not sit together hnml In hand, .Ami wntch the sunset colore up th glen May hide unit ncclc iiIoiik tho ycllotf Band I "Wo may not Bit tORolhor, you nitd 1. And ho ir tho mock-bird clitint her evening Anrur, "All Ino"' p.nd tallt of days no 16tiK gone by, Ami InlK "nh mo" o friends nil Ronono lortR. Sometime dour heart, Botnotlmo, I any not why, "Wo tuny not Bit together yon and I, ( . , . f fiomotlmbi (Icitr heart, our roc9 In their glow Of summer ishlno may catch tho passing air, .And send their lits&cs ("ah wo lovo them o"') As now to ncillo in your nuniot hnlri And one of its itlono may then oil hero, And hear tho distant church bel!' evening swell. j .And one of us may shed tho bitter tear, "Which shall It bo dear hoartl" I can not toll; Sometime, d...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

'.'MV'--- TfWRWT H . 4 , V fV . ' ""?.'' IT A MflreAMr4MlM'annBRVlftftJMAV TMv'TJr lJWyWytWttWBtVNWWW(WWilgM 4. lit r PV : ! I 4 4 In , I itif ! IV" i r - . wOwM rrWv ' $ a?- )ffi DP .DEMOCRAT. Fnsptletol - ifditor, A, H. "Wilson, - " "flATUKDATT, DEC 01 - 1887, Entered at the Post-office atLogau Jak Second-class matter. , n GoVKtlNOlt "MakMAUUKK, of fissourf, died on Wednesday night jloat. IMtESIDKNT CLKVKlJAJKp'sJUulleB gift lo the Potio-tt copy of the Con stitut'ton of tho United GSUtes lain excellent taupe. The nuclent Ro- Ka matron wlxo had.bceu naked to show her JewieJa pointed to her ehlldreo( and atatimo when rulcre t All althsare sending rich gifts atj&fcfpx and of gold it 1b eminently fitting that tho Republic should scnu that document in which are embodied the principles that have given us our national prosperity, in- (dividual liborty tmd spiritual as .well as Jiuellectual freedom. Aix, that was mortal .of Daniel jMannipg, publicist and .financier, Wasla?djt,o rest T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

tea -tsMW'&mtem i -mvi TFlji J ' n ' '- 'SBjiP I' ' Fry n -1 4 f- V EISiliMi y I.. iC" r' t Id. L. Wiljkm, City Editor Happy Now Year. Bert Martin was In McArthur Sunday. Dr. Itaney and wife wore In Toledo Tiieiidayi Thursday night the thermom etera're,glteredO. Job Myers, of Hamilton, wan in Logan this week. Will Miller, of Columbus, spent Chrlttniaf In Logan. Miss Vina, Wright Is visiting In yihloh this week. -i-'Mlss Plo,WliB0n,.of Columbus, is" home for the holidays. Frank Martiri and Will Keynes were lh.McArthbr Sunday. Charlie Larfyher, of Flood wood, spent Ch'ristm'aB in this place. We are In search of the man that predicted an open, winter. t f-Mlss Grace Ford, of Columbus, 'stho guest of Miss Delia Plunk. Mr. Harvey Haines, of Pt. Pleasant, spent the Holidays at home. .Pete 'Recktenwaldt, of Pt. Pleasant, is spending the holidays at home. Miss Jessie White, of Spencer, Jnd., Is at home for a three weeks vacation. Miss Noli Work is visiting Miss Jessie Wright in Lancaste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

mmmmsM ,WTi-'.FBW4 m tW:i.r f"if: -1 -., Il jjaiisiii !.. wwwrwss! 1 -t ! .W rk -." V 'rt- -tfi M--c mm I ' - v L- ! m fffi SouNa ftOLKS. I lABOY TO TRUST IN. too ntood ftf tho crowded rroMhur. A woman crippled unil old, ,tyhoo thin nnd faded garments A pitiful story told. On nor tirm n tuiUflt of Apples V 1 nni no one cnreil to buy. 1 I ront ell 'ora or ro hungry," 1 She thought, with a weary sigh. ' ' Mnybo It I'd cro? ox or I'd hnvo bettor luck," sho said! But tho crowded street before hor Filled her with thought of drend. ' 'Taln't wife for n poor old cripple," Hllfl Mfllcl. Wltll nnnthn, alttli ) ''ilutrogot totnkomynpplcs Whero somobody wants to buy." f rf 6ho paused by tho curbstone, foarlng 1 ' To trust herself In tha thin Of life that was coming nnd going. 3 " Deary mo, It seems so wide, T4, Jin' fin minv tinroa nn1 wnrrnn. 1 know I'll get senrt!" sho said. " An If I got hurt" with n shiver " I'd a good deal better bo dead." 41 Sco that applo-woman, Tommys Suo's afraid to c...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

V J(mmrt -U. -i ,- h? , ' rSiv5?r J-. HMEinWM . Wk SLA WSjarf vTC a " IVfi ! . -". IQ ;. V - ri , VH t 1 fa ft If. V J .M ma f ?a NeHukoTEb btIidV. faflotM'Warf In tVhleli'Molhrti-i AMni Mnliy molliora find it dlfflcillt to nmiiso tliolr biililos. Thoy sny tlmt tlioy Imvo no lulent for Riory-tolllng or for Inyouiiug pluyo. Poilmufl tiioyluivo no'vor trloil to un'tertiilii tliolrltttla on6s ns tlicy, try 'to 511111 for tholr ply-slm., uocils. riiuIUllo anbs l-QVdlth tho pro Icsciue, Hitiptltl, tlio ttnoxpcctnnt. Tho poIilijoiUlrtnbitlio common cumtwoa about. thorn arfonls omlloss interest. A frotftil child pf olghtoon ,ntontlis or two yonro will atop crying at ouco it you talk to hjm about kitty's fur cloak, and ask him now alio keeps hdr White stock ings" 'so clean. A baby too young to talk was so rcstlcs! and "cross" that ho could not go to sleep ns usual. Hli .fjtplpov i:olikod'hlm'aud iynlkdll about villi hint In lior arms till sho was tired nut. A lady who happened In took hint,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 December 1887

ira. Tia? ' J ' rW- WWt-W . i O ' ,i! tT x y- hit. issases&s-e-ease. M i jL'iiTe.' J " ' : I M . k & it I '1 tl P 8 hSJ 0 I k ? P ft. f : ,a !wf t "' '& i,i- i r ; tc - t! . "'..; T JmiX .. il Wm, Waner, -AGJ&OTjFOR- Mnrlfiio's mm OB HCX3KHTO- OOTJ3STT1T. All rtfert for keg or bottled beer will bo promptly filled Satisfaction Guaranteed. 1688 EVERY LADY SHOULD TAKE IT 1888 PETERSONS MAGAZINE or LITERATURE, ART, AND FASHION MmMmi af NafMl Plaaaa aaa" mi; inM9:llhutomiri ArilelM, Taln aaal Mavatata INaatia lai Mai aa Nta Jfaatitaaa, Nyairau Work-f aala Patterns. TTtE DH8T AND CHEAPBST of ih ldy'-bk. It aire more for the moneyand comblar Mkr merit th any other. IK etortee, noTeleU, ele, " admitted to be the but puMIehed. In con trtbator in Mining tb moct popular author of America. A FULL-SIZE DUESS-rATTKRN with Mch nnnbtr. which alone U worth theprlee of Hit nutter. Krcry month, aleo, tbore erneer MAMMOTH COLORED FASHION-PLATE, mperMjf olured, and rtflng th. latest Ferl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

Jl',ff '.ll-LJ(i"llf stypwuiii nn'niuTji,jjiMiw, , .y-nwtrr-. , ami - ' --. A r s" " " '' ' ' l "j'Et iwyiil ,r 1,,, Mi , iA 1 f Z" v , e t c v I 1 V' w VOL. II. HO. 29. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 7. 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PEE- YEAR. 0 .UK MOGR AT. Ohio i v.m 1 1 1, i'vr V 5!r ft ffi r?'A "t. ri K , .'O 'tf iit IS fl IV 1 1 -A E. 1 I'll IT i'v , Kh Ltt THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. . Cash Capital) 960,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doc n ccncrnl onnklnc ImMncns. Fordlirn Drafts nnd fttcanMlilp Tic Iccta for sale nt low- mtrutefl. FFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. ZjAWUKHCK A. Cut.veii, rrcslrtcnt. fjvnurii; W. lMtr.i.KX. Vlro 1'rost. Ukuuen 1). Oui.vnn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. 31co Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. m, Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Ho wen, Cashier. Dona trpncrnl ImjjklnB'buslncRS, receives topoill. discounts vmpcr, and buys and selln Kxchnngc. BANK In central room in tio J...

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. — 7 January 1888

,-4 - I t -! 6trttm w "writf-v " -fryy' M'WfW''WWJ' '"stiM '. - t '3 tt The, Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Ttin now your will bo n leap-year. ' Thh KiirIIsIi Parliament will convono February I). Tiiesr aro tlio days whon tho defective ftuo Is vory busy. LtnRt. suits ORulimt nowspapors nro bo coming qulto tlio rngo. Tiiiieh million women in tho United titntcs aro working for'wngos. Dn. Schi.irmaxn Is engaged In oxcavn" tlons ot tbe Temple of Vonns on tho Inland of Ccrigo. Tiu-.l'oiniRylvniiln ltnlh-oad Company Is nltout to 09tnlillsh n savings bank for its employes. The vnlue of Iho mineral products of tho United States for tho yoar 18S0 was moro than M5,O0O,O00. Jaiw C. Fuiimont, -wife and daughter, havo gone to Los Angeles, Cal., whoro thoy will spend tho winter. An Apac-ho Indian will not kill a whlto man dnrlnft tho night becausa of a clause in his religion which forbids it. Tun Princo of Wules is In bad odor with tho English peoplo becauso ho attondod Prize-lighter...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

KMMHMPiT. r1,,S " r1ftei$r tt In. u hi h"' X k The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. i OHIO. ME AND MINE. Thn cnrth li full or treasures That mon ro far !o icoltt There nro (llamnnili- In Iho valte.v, Thon 1 1 gold on tnoiintnln peak) Tlicro nro pnlnccs of hplemlor, I'lllcil with Jowrls rare and lino. Hut unions those rlrh mirrounulnm You'll Una neither mo nor mlno. Soma dwell In high positions, With servants nt command, "With riches as their portion Tho mugnntcf. of the land; And from their lofty btntljns 'T19 seldom thoy Incline To paw a word of Rrcoilns To cither mo or mine, i' For wo nre working pooplo, And nro busy nil tho.dny; Save llttio tlmo for rcndliifr, llavo llttio tlmo for piny. Jut nt our humble fortunes 'Tia uscloss to repine, For lip who rules tho world mu3t know What's host for mo nnd mlno. S6 with contontod spirits Wo toll from day to dny, Rejoiced tn ho together And sad when ono's nij ay. And nlwnys at our't able. Wit lakes tho plnvo of wlno, And friends como cry orton To sit...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

T n7' ,' ' ft- 1 :'"7 JT V I Vi 4KSJkl Jtt'PM wrwwwii KWlwnuiifji "W THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W. UHEHI!, A. H. Wilson, I'rcprlotot Editor. .BATUJIDAV, DUC 1887, Jintered at the Post-office atLonan , as 'Second-das mat to: Tiiij wny of tho miijorlty of a irinjority Is not alwrtys a path of rosea. Mil. Outuwaitj: Is niado clinlr mnn oftho Com. on Pacific llitll lloada. SKtfAron Bkoic of Kentucky has Jut boon ro.-olcc.tetl to succeed himself. Tin: Qhlo Legislature is fearful Hint the Presidents SCossngo will injure the wool Industry. Tin: Itopubliean Majority in the Ohio Senate have faound that some times tho best laid plaus fail. Jacoh II. 13j:ijAi'iiAjf:, confiden tial bookkeeper of tho Circlovdh?, (O) strawboard works, is missing; also about $10,000. PiiAKic XAWftmi, of Chicago, vo .ted against tho consideration of tho Morrison tariff bill. Ho Is, howov ,cr, heartily in favor of Iho Presi dents tariff recomondations. Bailiioad passenger rates should (be lowered in the interest both of t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

I f WWUr Vntl'R'fl fl MJUV1II twiwpuwur 1 wiwi u t rwm i w vTtvmmrwmmvmm c fe lit 11 Kf i !. I si- v -W 3 f i;j i i'. $ m LOCAL USTETWS. Ed. L. WilBon, City Editor Jo Plltm returned from a visit 'home on Monday. "Qcrmnn Detective" nt Opera Houro Jnn. Utlt. Mr. D. H. WHHard has retired from the Gazette. Dave Groves opened the Peo pled Itlnk onrMondny night. Judge Bright is holding court in Nov Lexingtou this week. Dr. Farquhar wn among his pationts at this place Thursday. George Klolnsmidth has been quite sick during the past week, Capt Bowen and brldo spent New Years with friends In Lnncns ter. Jo. Shorr attended tho Club Dance at Now Lexington, Friday night Girls this Is your opportunity to bring bashful young men to tho point. Geo. W. Beery goes to Cincin nati this month to attend medical college. Tho FrCo Methodist aro hold ing a revival in tho Soap Factory building, Mrs. Sarah A. Courson, moth er of Wm.Courson is lying danger ously ill. Don't miss seeing tho Gorman Detective on ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

' - hHvvsPAPisn iiaws, inTitnr whilntiM lh pApr tjn1rl rrnmlh pnT,r, -Jhftli-rillre'lMln hi. limnr whdh.rht vl4hirillirnrnMi Utnpm1bl rnftlm put. Tlwiiillnr leehlt-il Ihi rent.lna In folio n?. iiT as I rlrt-ln?li from th iHnintllir, tr ivmt fef,A'd lrliiit th-m tmrtllJ for, I. ii i t .K(ifi FISH OUT OF WATER. Xemlicn of tho Finny Tribe Who Climb Trees mill Walk nn I.kihI. Many kinds of llsli build nosts In tho ' tvaler for the protect Ion of thuir eggs, but tlic dorns mako theirs upon tho IhsiiuIi. This thoy do at tho beginning of the rainy season. Tho nest is funned very nearly llko that of a bird and is built of dry leaves, which tho liltlo creature goes inland to fetch. When it Is finished tho eggs aio de posited within, and those small llsh parcnts cover up their embryo offspring most earefiiUy and witch over them with great solicitude. The common ol Is known to have a similar habit of moving about on tho land, and will -even live sovernl days out of water. When an eel is drawn ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

& I 15 . 1 I Hi Kte K. LIFE ON PIKE'S PEAK. A Tltlt to thn "Wtlel Hfcnul HUtlon In the United Ptntra. Thorn Is no coniiminlenMmi from Iho Peak to tho towns below nt present, tUototogtnph lino being out of order, runt It 1ms been found lo bo art impos sibility to knop it from grounding, owing to tho forest, ns tho storms blow down tho trees, which curry with,thcni tho wire. Tho sun telegraph ns n means of coiiiinimif-'iUlon is somotlmes used nt present with tho town below. On tho northwost side of tho Peak thoro nro oovoral largo gulehes in which the snow is llfty feet tloep, and It la upon this that .thn obsorvor depends for his Btipply of water In tho summer. En taring tho signal station wo find a cosy scat by tho big stovo and enjoy oursolf by watching tho logs of wood burn. Coal Is not usod, and tho wood costs twonty dollars u cord to cut, pack on tho bauks of mules and burros, and transport from tho timber lino below. Tho signal station was established In 1878. and for sever...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 January 1888

T 5ift! l ui w iwlb i fymiiiwi uiinmn hiiiip'w MwwniMiiiiMWLMJwmw MMW9 u ctxvvcraw llV PICTUnCS IN COINS. ilovloil r.uli Which Are HclWtillnj he llonrti pf Wmlei wml DiiilliitH. "I guru you 11 silver tlolliu' for somo vilgm-s Imjf nn hoiti' ngo. Will yon look .over yjouv intinoy drawer awl sco 11 It has bcun miuii1 out?" Itwns In ft Clicitiuit street clgnr storo lntoSiitunlny niicruoon. Awoll .drosscd young follow wns tlioapualtor. Ills fnco wore n won led ami anxious' "look, and betrayed coiisldornblo nor- tnr,billoii over llio los3 of tbo sllvor .dollar. Tho doalor found lliat bo had jus,t olovon of tho coins, aild ho spread 'thorn In a row on tho counter. Tho .young niftii took thorn up ono by one, 'weighed each In turn In his hand, and ,nn expression of voxatlon ovorsproad Ms fnco as ho laid tho last down very .carofully and murmured: "I know I couldn't toll that way.' 'i'lion ho wont at thorn ti;aln. This .tlmo ho grasped tho dollnr lii-mly with ono hand and pressed tho nail up...

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