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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

CVji'$BBfcjdBiij r--t." m tunK i?MwTgig MUTiwnBxaHiwrai !tfgKtB)&iBBy ' ," W ' jr V The Ohio JLVjr X VOL. II. NO. 36. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY- 1888. TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAR. Demog r V Iv . fr I! r B - i ft 4. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN, Ciwh Capital, $60,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. Foreign I)rnft and Steamship Tickets for sale, nt low est rntoa. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IjAWRknck A. Cui.VF.it, President. Geohok W. Ioi.i.kn, Vlco l'rcst. Ueudkn D. CUIA'KII, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. lice Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, JPrcsMenU Chan. E.Bowcn, Canhlcr. Doeen general hanking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, nnd buys nmt sells Kxclmngs. BANK In central room In the .Tnmcs nlocTt. ATTORNEYS. CI. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Polll.son iStillding Logan, O. Collections of Clnlms, Noted nnd Account")...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

.u..:..-a " ly.jl,. It .Hi,., ..!.,.. i ii ,y A ' if i i1t)j n i1 ; i. . t i r Popular Science. Jlrlcf ,oips ion a Variclj-of Interest. Jn;,' Topics. I'rofesAnr IjUUnsny thinks tlmt ADlor-bitmlnci Ih u defeat of tho brnln instautl of tho oyo. According to nntitrallslfl ivnaps remember (ho loiuiltty of their jiosts Just ntntyslx hourst A mercury phimpbollnis lately been niiulu. It consists of n small steel rod, bored out and filled with mercury to give weight. A very usoful polishing powder for motuls and glass is made of finely ground glass mixed with a small portion of dried soda ash. It has been discovered that wool saturated with a 10 per cent, solu tion of glycerine can bear a pro longed heat of 1270 degrees without injury. Tannin lias been discovered as an animal substance by M. Villon a French chemist, who finds that corn weevils contain about 8 per .cent, of jt. Austrian engineers speak favor ably of Gleszl's pilot engjno for preventing railway collisions. It Is worked by ele...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

iy 'TO- I I, s1 THE OHIO DE LOGAN, oiik). CURRENT TOPICS. Towa Is considering n two-rent rntlrond 1)111. fumitu is enjoying roasting cars just now. Ef.roTiiiciTV U now nppllcil to blnclclng shoes. In twolvo Htntos women havo tbo right of school .Ml finite. Titr.Uta1iLop;lslnturocontulnitblrty-ono Mormons and llvo Uontilos. As TMK enblo road losos IU grip, Dcnth tlghtonB his on tlio pnssongors. No lady who wonrs a bustlo can bolong to tbo solvation urmy In Now York. Lono Island farmors wItcs got three cents a pair for making boys' pants. A Madison- (Wis.) man has glvon 3,000 children of that city a frco sleigh ride. A roirrr-rousn crocodllo covered with woolly hair has boon discovered In Florida. A "panenko toss" tho catchor enting nM he enn cnteh U n now onlortalniiicnt. Tnr, British Musoum hns just ncqulrcd tho chair used by tho Queuu of Kgypt, 3,403 years ago. Co.voitr.ss Is nsked not to Interfere with tho ndultoratlon of lord, bocauso It Is nil infant Industry. No smoko arises fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

1 ft h n 3 i . k h' k -3L ' i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, j OHIO. MY MOTHER'S SLIPPER. It' mistily cur'us, so It Is, how thoio hero poots try To brine a Rympathotlo tea to somo poor fcl lot' ovo. A-rhymln' andnslngln'ot a mothor'slovo and core, Au' touchln' on hor faded gown, op stout, old fmhtonoil chnlr. nut nono of 'cm, I'vo not'eed, on' I'vo won dered o'er nnd o'er, Has sung nbout tho 9llppor that my good old mother woro. I recollect ns woll as if 'twas only yosterday, When It scorned n dreadful wasto o' tlmo to study 'stood o' play With other llttlo young9tors who were hooltln' . ofl from school An' goln' to tho swtramln'-holo, so shady, doop nnd cool, An' mnny n tlmo I'd 'to missed my chanco, through lonrnln's heights to soar, Ef 'tworcn't for tho sllppor that my good old mother woro. An' later when tho fomato sox began to Interest, An' other fellows callod on gals dressed up In their best. ' ' ShoUnowcd thnt though I couldn't keep myself to suvo my ltfo, That llho as not I'd un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

'iTV" I ' t I' K jpqmqjt.ww HHiwwai'i BP THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, o.w.BRnnM. A. H. Wilson, - Frdprletot - Editor. SATURDAY, FKH IB 18SS J-inlervd at tit'J'oxt-ojlccitlf,oy(U an SecmuMaim nuitlev. Tni: curly tlulo of tho Niitjomil Convention will Imvu a tondonuy (o hurry tho lioldln or political Stitto nnd CoiiKrcssloiml Convi'ii lioiiH In u innrkcd (lugr-ci;. Tin: Reunion iiroixHud to be held by Oblo Ex. Prisoners of War, during this year, at "Washington C. 1T litis lieen postponed until 1881), on account of tho Centennial at Columbus. Tin: tit:; rate In Lnucaster, l'a:, a city whoso population in 1SS0, was 2r,,7r,), h only tfl.'Jl on the hundred dollars! How happy tho Logan taxpayers would bo were their taxes as low as that. Tin: Democratic National Com mittee has fixed tho 5th day of June as the time, and St. Louis as the place for holding the National .Convention. This would appear to favor the re-nomination of Presi dent Cleveland. "Wj: have been shown a copy of a pew paper published ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

. "JK.'l.'Ugg BS?) 'TO1-' ff " -? -, "" T -W45- T " talmLMt Iw'ii ittk m pO p B I tf t sf la I 1 lit t'V. V & pc fc LO0AL NEWS, Jih. h. n'lLSOX, ClUi. JMHoi: Logan luts tv Rtm club. Vent Bowon lina been sick tills M'ook. Col. NVcldy was lit Lancaster) Monday -Mr, Jo Underwits lit Lancaster Saturday. Cotnnioit Ploiifl Court convenes on Monday. Mr.lllloy, of Columbus, Wits In Logan Inst week. "On tlio Sahara" at tbo Oiioru House to-night. V. C. Lowry wns in Colum bus on Thursday. Einmott Kroldor wns iiiGrcon 1nlo Wednesday. Mr. AV. Dovoss, of Greenfield, Is In Logan this weak. Mr. Jo. Krieg will bo a enndi lato for depot police. Louis Bnumnn, of Lnncaster was in Logan Monday. Geo. Prasch, of Corning, was In Logan ovor Sunday. The Mayor has issued his proc lamation to clean up. Nellie Free In "On The Sahara" tit the Opera House to-night. ttobt. Stalter, of Strnitsville, was in the city on Thursday. The old sign of tho Bompcl House has boon taken down. Will Keynes and Frank Mar tin ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

x'f mil OUR YOUNGr FOLKS. a'ilost word. I lni n very lltllo wont Only tho other any A very naughty little wont I line! t.ot tno.uit to nay. If only Itworo rcnllvloit, I olio'ilil not mlml n liltj I think I ehouhl itescrvo a prlzo J-'or rcnlly I01U13 tt. For If no one couttl ever duel Again that littlo word, So that no mora from any lips Could It ho over heard, I'm sure wo all of u nhonlil nay That It waft fiomo thine tins "With such completeness to lmvo lost That naughty word of mine. nut then It really wasn't lost When from my lips It Hews My little brother picked It up, And now ho says It, too. Mamma Bald Ihnt tho wjrst would ho I could not get It hack; Uut the word of It now seems to mo I'm ulways on Its track, JInmma Is Fr.il, pnpa looks irrlovcdj Johnny litis tnld It twlco! Of roro tt is no use for tno To tell him It's not nlqo. When you loo other thlnRi, they're) loot! Hut Ioso a nauijlity wor.l, And for oven tlmo 'twas heard heforo Now twenty times 'tis hoard. If it were only...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 February 1888

fKi XZti vpr W vG fif A !. I A X sw some saxon ousroMa. Bow Our Itetnote Aneontorn Ate, Drnnk nnd Trnnaferrett ItM KitAI. It sooma sornowhnt paradoxical, por naps, to uso tho term tablo niannoM about n pcoiilu who had no tablco Btrlctly speaking; but a board that, when rnqitirod, was brought out from Its placo of storago and placed upon trestles, and on this, aftor covering with n piece of carpet or tapestry, (ho inoal was placed. From this sourco comes our word "hoarder!" one who sits at our board tc t, but who Is not of tho family. Tho sult-ocllnr wns tho most Im portant nrtlelo upon tho tablo. It was very large, mado with a cover and. when thn host could afford It, was ol solid silver nlaboratoly chased. It oc cupied tho placo of honor on tho table, and tho most distinguished guest sat above it. Thus "to sit below tho salt" shows tho position of an infoHor. Tho moats wcro brought in on spits, just ns they wcro cooked, and In that way passed around by tho sorvants to tho guests, w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

muPi bMU ffl5WW5iteii:ifliav :!My.t. a't.a, rff ,--4-m-v w-f "ynri -T'"f- tt - --y tl HMB.YIWHi4--f. . ,tv .7 -.L iLja, " jPgSffPJMy "gassa irrtct -Ijps IlSsi v Vr , r -rt-Jf PSSI iJWTW nr S7srirTijr tmfap" ' i :l "V V" ly-i-? "V'iVS1' ' The Ohio ? to4 'A T: VOL. II. NO. 36. LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1888. TERMS, 8J.5"tf'PEE YEAJW mmmmiiim'M PWJSUBPP W JU. ' " ' A Ltistt., W THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH, Cnsh Cnpltnl, $50,000.00. Deposits i secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. noes a general hanking business. Foreign IJrarta nmt Steamship Tickets for sale nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera .House. liAWllKNOK A. CUI.VKlt, President. UEOltOB W. 1'um.kn, Vice 1'rcst. ItEUlirjN I). CULVKli, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFIjOGAX, OHIO. JTco Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital,' $50,000. Oolni Walker, J'rc.ildcnt. Chao. E. ltowcn, Cashier. Ilocsa general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells Kxch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

mmn ktuljii l!4f'pfrw ?rtp zsffiy&gpicfrvQ r fpfjgwre.-,P iMfAf THE OHIO DHNOBOT. LOGAN, J OHIO. i - CURRENT TOPICS. TowA is considering a two-cont railroad till. KmiuidA Is enjoying rousting cars just now. EixoTiticiTf Is now npplled to blncklns shoes. In twelve States womon hnvo tlio right ot school suflrmto. The Utah Legislature con tains tblrty-ono Mormons unit ilvo Gentile. As Tim enblo ronil losos lit grip, Dcnth tlghtons Ills on tlio pnssongors. No lady who wears a bustlo enn belong to tho salvation army In Now York. Loxo Island fnrmors' wives got thrco cents n pair for mnklng boys pun to. A Madison (Wis.) man hns givon 3,000 children of that city a froo sleigh vlilo. A roiwr-rouNn crocodllo covcrod with woolly hnlr hns boon dlscovorod In Florida. A "panenko tos9" tho cntchor eating aU ho can catch Is a now onlortalmncnt. Tun British Museum has just acquired tho chair used by tho Qucou ot Egypt, 3,-iOO yonrs ago. Co.vannss 19 asked not to intorforo with tho adulteration o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

Ms ' W M 4' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, oiiio. MY MOTHER'S SLIPPER. It'i liiljhly cur'us, to It Is, how tli(o hero pootj try To brine a sympnthotlo ten to omo poor fol lot's oyo, A-rhymln' nndaslngln'ot n mothor's lovo ami euro, An' touchln' on lior faded gown, or ntout, old' fashioned clinlr. But none of 'cm, I-vo not'cod, nn' I'vo won- Cured o'er and o'or, Has sung about tho sllppor that my good old mother wore. I rocolleot ns woll m If 'twas only yostordny, When It seemed n dreadful wasto o' tlmo to study 'slead o' piny Wlthothor little youngsters who wcrohooliln' off from school An' goln' to tho swlmmln'-holo, so shady, doop and cool, An' many a tlmo I'd 'to missed my chanco, through lonrnln's heights to soar, Ef 'twarcn't for tho sllppor that my good old mother wore. An' later when tho fcmalosox began to Intorcst, An' other follows called on gals dressed up In tholr best, Sholcnowod that though I couldn't kcop myself to save my llfo, That llko ns not I'd undcrtako supportln' of n...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

K!-tUg ttwtmt vlMrMnssflLsuhJ 'i ? IJL Wana ', -f ' T Ve TV'H' : i :i i r- tf' t. ' M. T" WU ' efc , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O. W. BP.BHK, Proprletoi Editor. A.. H. "Wilson, SATURDAY, WAl 18 - 1888 Entered utflic Post-office al Lotan as Sccontl-otass matter. TtfK oiii'ly tlatu or tho Nitiloinil ,Couvonlipii will linvo a tomUMicy to hurry tlio lioldtng or political .Stiilo and Congrewlnnnl Conven tions in a nnirkt'd decree. (Titr, Reunion proposed to bo Jiclcl by Olilo Ex. Prisoners or War, .during this year, at Washington 0. 3 1,, lias been postponed until 188!), (on account or tlio Contonnlal at .Columbus. Tin: tax rato in Lancaster, Pa., a ,clty whoso population in 1880, was .2"),700, is only !?J.121 on tlio hundred .dollars! How happy thn Logan taxpayers would bo were their .taxes as low as that. Tm: Democratic National Com niltee has fixed tlio oth day or Juno as tho time, and St. Louis as the place for holding tho National .Convention. This would appear to favor tlio re-nomination o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

mewttftmt & , M'iftiW",f.&m,A$!&,: 4aaiW,swiiEila&jriiBe!52fe.' '"' .'m -r SW55t "' riUBB!BiSSWWF6fl Ff, , TJpfwT 7r - " sr f,f- 4 h. I i ii " r i ii i jMnpnimw ji uimLm.ijj..ijt . (mwiimi M s LO0AL NEWS, JSD. X. WtLHOX, Clta Editor, Logan bus n gun club. Vcrn Itowon 1ms been sick tills week. Col. Woldy was In Lancaster, Monday. -Air. Jo Hallor wns In Lancaster Saturday. Common Pleas Court convones on 'Monday. Mr.lltloy, of Columbus, wns In Lognn Inst week. "On tbo Sahara" nt tho Opera House to-night. V. C. Lowry wns In Colum bus on Thursday. Einmott Kreldcr wns IiiGrcon dnlo Wednesday. Mr. W. Dovoss, of Greonllold, Is In Lognn this wcok. Mr. Jo. Kriog will bo a enndi dato for depot police. Louis Bnumnn, of Lnncnstcr wns in Lognn Monday. Geo. Frasch, of Corning, wns in Lognn over Sunday. Tho Mnyor has issued his proc lamation to clean up. Nolllo Free in "On The Sahara" nt tho Oporn IIouso to-night. Itobt. Stalter, of Straitsvllle, was in tho city on Thursday. Tho old...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

.? -t w t - Ajv1 5- Ve " -4 ,jh, fttt&trWrtttwR&Fv )It OUR YOUNG JFOLKS. ALOST WORD. -I lost in cry llttlo wont Only tho other rtnyi A very nutighty llttlo wont I hod not meant 10 nay lf only Hvforo really Inst. I Rhn'ild not mind n liltj 1. thtnlt I lliould desorva prlio For really losing It. for If no ono could ci er find Again that llttlo word, So that no moro from any lips Could it bo over heard, I'm suro wo nil of u should say That It Wns somo thins lino "With such completeness to hnvo lost That naughty word of mine. But then It roally wasn't loit When from my lips It How My llttlo brother picked It up, And now ho say' It, too. Mamma said that tho worst would tic I could not get It bade; But tho worst of It now scums to mo I'm always on Its traql:. Mnmma ts end, papa looks prlevcdi Johnny hns Mild It twice i Of courso It 1s no uso for tno To tell him It's not nlco. When you loo other things, thej'ro lost i Hut lose ii nniiRhty word, And for every Umo 'twos heard beforo ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

WMSiZfjarfyf fcr,; ... ,1 S7?'i! o-ttu- f--3Fm w-?f- i --p- - -W'vffl--'7trPr'ii',r' 1 t i n i t-1 i 'i SOME SAXON CUSTOMS. tTow Onr Ttemnte Anctator Ate. Drunk nnd Truniferred IttM EatB.lt. It seems somewhat paradoxical, por Imps, to uso tho term tablo mannora about a pedplo who had no tabtca strictly speaking, but n board that, when inquired, was brottglit out from Its placo of storage and placed lipon trestles, and on this, after covorlng with a piece of carpet or tapostry, the moal Was placed, From this sourco comes our word "boarder j" one who sits at our board l-o ant, but who Is not of the family. Tho salt-collar was tho most Im portant article upon tho table. It was very largo, made with a covor and, when thn host could afford It. was oJ (toilet silver elaborately chased. It oc cupied the placo of honor on tho table, anil tho moit distinguished guests sat abovo It. Thus "to sit below tho salt" shows the position of an Inferior. Tho moats wero brought In on spits, just as tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 February 1888

H'-v-:-1lViiAHtivteA SlmmiKtoirWKffl SStrfsriOE'7.Lr ,! 'lffWBfciMBl3yr?-'g,jBr3i TLl5oW J '"t Mlfc'1S;.fefcfe.JHilA ' ' i""' X w ' j If 'ft S K i it If L l ' rft" . ,- T?-.. ' ' - I. I i I - (Jnrboii Hill. J'-eb. 33, 188ft. Work nt the Morris Cgal mine, at Sand Hun, is good at present. The Morris .Co., have taken the initio ut Sund Hun with HotiJ, Arguat ns 'oss; so Mr. K., tlio foriucr boss will have to seek other (otnpjoyineut. Mr. Orllllth who has been on tho ,slck ilst for somo time is goltiiig fetter. Mr. irbbtCofTeo nnd Miss Jennie (OrlflUh, both of Carbon llill, were jinarrlcd by Mr. Jas. Gallagher, J. jl at tho rosldcicp of Jlr, John .Coffoo on Snturdny evening last. Twin girls were born to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Angel, on tho evening ,ofthe fith of this month, both of which havo since died. Mr. R. U, Tucker has a elnss of ,nbout 18 young puoplo here, Iearn iiuistc. Miss Jcnnio Douglns wont ,to visit her sister Jlrs. Mason, utls'ow Strnltsvllle on Saturday last. Mr. James Gallag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

C f " V Democrat. i i . c VOL. II. NO. 37. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE OHIO ft I: i i - at pk. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cli Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual ,.,,"' Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general hanking business Foreign DrnftR nnd Steamship Tickets for sale at low est rntcs. OFFICE, Room Ho. S, Opera House. Lawrence A. Cur.VEit, President. George W. Pollen, Vice Prcst. Reuben D. Cui.vf.h, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Jco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan, K. Bowen, Cashier. Does i general banking business, receives cposlts, discount paper, nnd buys and sells Schange. t"nANK In central room In the James ATTORNEYS. a. TV. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Wolllson Ilntldln? Logan, O. Collections of Claims, Notes nnd Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Deeds, Wills, Mechanic's Lions, Ac, drawn and acknowl edged. Partiti...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

T,a THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnnnn nro 307,010 acres of artificial for est In Kansas. TonAcco has becoma a stnplo crop In Houthoru Russia. Am aptdomlo of mouslos is prevailing nl Washington, D. C. IIrshruhu's stool patents havo brought him $33,a35,000 In royalties. It It thought transatlantic tolophonlng would bo posslbla with a silver cable. OusMissrKAti, tho French statesman, onco practiced modiclno In Now York. Titr.tiB nro In n Kentucky town 125slnglo womou unci only sovonty-BOVon slnglo mon. A Russian low forbids tho ubo of tho ex clamation poluta In nowspapor nrttclos In that country. It U declared on good nuthorlty that tho non-pork-cntlng Jows nro novor nflllctod with enncors. AitKANAs Cur, Knn., has n homo which Is constructed ontlroly from boards takon from shoo boxos. A Jdhsgt City man recently found $320 In n second hand loungo and roturned tho monoy to tho ownor. A cumtRNT joke biivs tho Fourth of July is llko nn oyster stow, bcituso neither is go...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

Jr i. 4 & . IV W t?v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOCI AN, onto. THE YOUNGEST CAT. 1 small bright faco, two round'grecn eyoj, A fluffy hond ns lott as silk, two cam pricked up In swift surprlso, Two whiskered lips to drink tho milk. 80 sleek, so'qulok, so fair, so fat, Thoro's nothing llko tho youngest cat. She ha no revornnco for tho restt Plays unconcornod with Sambo's tall) Pulls gontly at Lord F.arnast's crost- A feat that turns hor mother palo. Ho growls and bites. What of thatf She's safo up high, our youngest cat. rhen creeping round tho sofa baok, Sho pats hor mistress with hor paws Disturbs tho monaroh, sleek and black, Whoeo llghtoit mewing onco worolnw: Ho wakes s he spits. Bho's roaohed the mat And flown out-doors, that youngest cat. ' She's horo, sho's thoro, she's ovorywhero; No spot Is saerod from the pot. Of food sho tokos the lion's share: 8ho rtshes whorertho saucor's set: The mouse sho claims; she beards tho rat Within his hole the youngest cat. Sho climbs tho dosk, sho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. B.WiBREHM. Froprletot A., H. "Wllaon, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, MAR 3 - 18S8, JJntcrccl at the Post-offlce at Logan as Sexond-class matter. Tin: Ames' Toiiipimiiieu Instruct ion Bill, the full loxt of wlijch we yavo a week or (wo ngo, hn passed tho IIouso with nn amendment Unit tho instruction of the otfcctB of alcoholic Jltjuors, on llio liumuu system slinll bo taught ornlly to all tho pupils In nil tho schools. The IniUiibw goes to tho Senate nnd should he defeated. With tho assistance of threo 'Democrats tho Ohio Senato Thurs day passed tho Township Local Option bill, with the eighth section stricken out. This sends tho meas ure back to tho IIouso for concur rence In the amendment. Tho sec tion which the Senate could not swallow Is that popularity known ns tho the "two-mllo limit" clause an effort to extend tho jurisdic tion of municapallty two miles beyond Its borders. Even as the Senate passed it, the measure is, in the judgment of good lawyers, un constitution...

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