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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

"frtt i'm itn mni " 'wmifKiir'r4Nw.M,iywiw twin wwMtnyywwwi f.y- hiJ3iiwMMfliin'iwtrrrTHriiwiiicejy'wiiirfiii''Fij)jiijH nwm wuMsiygtvrgwMMjtTawty waa iumi jw1 i 'Hi www wmtmummMVMwn I A: 4& f SS. L 4 li k r'R, LO0AL NEWS, JEJD. ,, WILSON, CUff Editor Spring. Court convened on Monday. Ed Donlvan, is critically HI. The Grand 'Jury was discharg ed Wednesday. Chas Bowlby wont to Colum bus on Tuesday. Leo Hohman wont to Laurel vllleon Tuesday. Tom Johnston, of Fostorla, was in tho city on Friday. "Enlisted for tho War," at the Opera House to-night. Tho Woolen Mills at this place are again In operation. Cnpt. W. M. Bowen and wife wore in Lancaster Sunday. Mrs. Illbbard will move her .store to Washington C. H. Nels. Fotherolf, of South "Perry, was In Logan Tuesday. Miss "Pet" Hoploy, of Bucyrus is visiting in Logan this week. Dr. Dollison was at Straltsvlllo on professional business, on Thurs- -flay. Ed. Querin, of Lancaster, was in town a short timo Thursday evening. -Ed L. Davenport...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

"C SHERMAN AND BLAINE. 'Soma of Their Murmur, a Overheard by W. A, L'rorTiit. "Mr. JJtntne will not lirtM flnRr to net tho BomlnnlloD."-tfi. Mr. Mlllllttn, of M.ilnf, "This can properly bo rtuld for John Sher man If he accepts tho nomination. It mutt bo nslhocarnext iroo-wlll offering of theltopub lican party." Mural llalttraet. TU.A1NK I (eel 1M 1)1(0 to ahtrlc the nomination I To Rot elected lit no easy choro; fror Clovclnnil hasn't wrought tho dosolatlon 'flint you and I foretold ln'81. Hiikiimak Ho, the farmer socms rcqullod, And the miller pays his rent; And tho settler's wrong are rlghtid Uy tho Durohard Accident I'UCK And tho country ln'l blighted Mot to any grout extent I II. BlIRItMAN It Isn't quite, tho circus we could liopo for Tho rchol ilobt irai certain to ttu paid; It Isn't what wo cast tho horoscope for "Tho rebels on the Tens on rolls !' wo said, Ul.AINr And tho tho folk would be afflicted Under Grnvor's government. And piogrcss bo restricted Ily tho sprund of Jlsco...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

& M y i if i . In f ( c -fi HEAVENLY WONDERS. Horn They IIntd ItMn Ravcatsd by th 1'rnereM In Astronomy. looking back to tlio year 1800 wo Bra nstoiiisliori nt tho ohatigo. The com paratirolyslmplo sclonco of tho hoaron ly bodtca known to our prodccesiora Mmost pcifoct, so far as It wont. In curious of what lay boyond Its grasp, lias dovuloped Into a body of manifold powers and parts, oaoh with its soparato inodo and moans of growth, full of strong vitality, but animated by a rost loss and unsatisfied spirit, haunted by tho sonso of probloms unsolved, and tormontod by conscious tmpotonco to sound tho Imtnonsitlos it porpotually confronts. Knowloclgo might thou bo said to bo bounded by tho solar system ; but oven tho solar system presented ltsulf under an aspect strangely different from that it now wears. It consisted of tho sun, soven planets and twice as many satel lites, all circling harmoniously in obodl onco to a univorsal law, by tho com pensating action of which tho indofl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 March 1888

tr- ' i - mSyBZ3Hm It Patents Granted. To citizens of Ohio during tho jmst week, A reported cxprosily for this paper by C. A. .Snow &(io. Pat ent lawyers, Opp. V, 8. Patent Oilke, Washington, I). 0. A, P. Baldwin, Akron, Straight ening metallic shafting. J. J, Ilugh man, Justus, Fiirin gate. T. Iiuty, Cleveland, Window vontlator. W. L. Caldwell, Canton, Hack. E. O. Daniels, Springfield, Windmill at tachment. C, It. IIusRey, Cleveland, Flanging machine, W. II. Oans?, Toledo Sewing machino hemmer. h. 13. Qlllord, Toledo, Vehicle Jack. It. F, Hageman, Now Mmliso, Hall way signal, I. N. Jones, Dupont, Chimney. I. Klttlngcr, Akron, Match machine. V. If. T.nwrnnnn - - , Cloveiand, Carbon amalgamator. M, Stelncr, Bluffton, Windmill. Pugilism In 1988. How Spectnelcd Thumpers Will Maul Each Other a Century Krnce. Description of prize-fight in Bos ton suburb in tho year 1088, as pub lished in a Boston paper of that period: It has been a long time since any event of local importance has at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

? t:'? I.-? I1" v " A IK '; . n The Ohio (, o' 4', ..4i u. i . i y "VOL. II. NO. 38. LOGAN, O,, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1888. TE11MS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. " n " ' .4 r flu K isr r v '' ? THE PEOPLES' BANK Or LOOAlT. Cnh Cnpltnl, $50,000.00. DopoMits secured by Individual Tiliihlllf.v nf'nvnr . Pnnr rtnnri'rfln THftiKBii.BniilflWv!l Dn" ft Rpnornl banking buMncM, Foreign Drafts and Btcnmshlp Tlclcots Tor salo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opera Honsc. IAWhEHOP. A. fhri.VKn, President. UconriK W. I'um.kn, Vlco Prcct. WiunnN 1). CULVEn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK of looak, ohio. 1co Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Wallicr, President. Chan. IS. Boivcn, Cashier. Do tun general linnUinR business, receives 'roslg,Mr,coimtn paper, mid buys and kells "Sehango. F-BANK In central room In the James ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and notary Public, BolHson Tttilldins Logan, O. Collections of Clnlms, Notes nnd Accounts, Mortsoiscs, Lenses, Contractu, Pccds W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

Patents Grunted. To citizens of Ohio during the past week, fc reported expressly for this paper by C. A. Snrnv &Co. Pat ent lawyers, Opp. U, S. l'atent (Moo, Washington, I), C. A, P. Baldwin, Akron, Straight ening metallic shafting. J. J. Btigh man, Justus, Farm gate. T. Buty, Cleveland, Window ventlator. W. L. Caldwell, Canton, Hack, 15. O. Daniels, Springfield, Windmill at tachment. C, Jt. Iluseuy, Cleveland, Flanging machine, "W. J I. Oans?, Toledo Sewing machine henjmer. h. . Gtllord, Toledo, Vehicle Jack. 11. F, Hageman, New Miullso, Hall way signal, I. N. Jones, Dupont, Chimney, It. Klttlngor, Akron, Iatch machine. W. If, Lawrence, Cleveland, Carbon amalgamator. M, Stolnor, Bluffton, Windmill. PugiliHiuin 1988, How Spectacled Thumpers Will Maul Each Oilier n Century Hence, Description of prize-fight in Bos ton suburb in the year 1088, as pub lished In a Boston paper of that period: It has been a long time since any event of local importance has at tracted so much attention...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

Pilgk '1 ' ' , i' o if A ,S I -T It'" fr : THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Joi.n VnnNn la Just sixty jonrs old. Bknatoii Almhox Is a chlldloss wld owor. Oni.i) mining operation are to bo re sumed near Thompson, On. Sonoua, Mr.x., lovlos n tax of two dot lara onorory child born thorn. Dpcoiiatiox Day and Fourth of July como on u Wodnesdny this your. Dooiistw bnbios In Tapolcu, Kns., nro callod "circumstantial infants." Ban Fhasoisco pollcemon say thoy have noror soon n drunkon Chlnninan. A Washington nttornoy snvs tho qunint ost putont over Issued wns for ntapoworm trap. Tun sportsmon of Washington, l'a.,hnvo boon having a rat-hunt. Thoy caught. 6,200. Amoko tho capturos In tho City Hall at Mu con, Ga., tho other day, wot a ilvo pound rat. Mrs. Cleveland was prosontcd with two pot nlllgators ns a souvenir of tho Presi dential visit to Florida. Ihtekvikwi.no Mayor llowitt is now known among Now York reportots us "working tho growlor." PmisiiiENT Adams, of Cornoll Unive...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

1 c i. 9f l u u u i?- l!f , Uti . f- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. "CLEAR THE WAY.'t The city lies In hushed roposo, Tho wintry night wlndfroshly blows, As If to rook tho Cradled hot In slumber's swoot oblivion lout. But hntlt I a ound, and lo I a sight That wakes tha town Iq dead of night. A shriek and n glnrc, A cry of despair At tho flames In their Iro, For tho ono word Is "Flro I" Tho people rush out, And, with hurry and shout, Press on to tho light An It brightens tho night, And spreads llko a banner unfurled up on high, A sign nnd a terror ognlnst tho dark sky t But liarlt to tho clatter, than muslo moro sweot', Of tho rolling wheels and tho horses' fcot I "Out of tho way out of tho wnyl . Thoy como to save now clear tho way I" .iJifA sonof fncos upward turned, Ono fear by ovory heart Inurncd; My ruddy light la clearly read On ovcry brow tho anxious dread. A mothor "mid thu bright light stands, tier neck tight clasped by baby hands. And through roar and hlss,- Not qulto thoy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

:, W w ;.J 'f!t Ji v " " V 7f. j. ff 'f'l'j Tir ihwt;-iii"1 -Trp- !3Pt la I - R. ix THE OHIO DEMOCRJflf ,Q.W, BREHM. Froprletot 4. H. "Wilson, r - - Editpr, SATURDAY, MAR 10 , 1888, En te red.at th e Poet-offloe at Logan as Second-titan mutter. SK.'IV flo To Htmlylng. PurUes who think of touching it) our .common schools muy ns well go to studying nt,oncc, thp LcgiHla lure having on the 8 lust, added the brunches of clomentiiry Phy siology and Ilygono to tlio list of fltudies to bo taught, , Noii))nntcjl. Af thp fJqiiyentlon of tlie llepub IJpifjisof Jognn held on Tuesday pvoning tfid following nomina'tiolis yero mnd.ee Mayor, R. P. Price j Murshnl, Asbury Vcrltf; Clerk, Vni. Keynes; Treasurer, Clins Mc Lain; Cemetery Trustee, iU. D. jSIoore. Tlio ticket will ,of course )a beaten. llnmllton Vs Jlnjitcs. This case is ono of that unfortu nate class of cases which sometimes occupy the time of courts, and out ,of which no good can come. The loss of character cannot be compensated by a mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

jr-4 ' r fa St ff r ; - v 1' fc P f LO0ALJNEWS. JBI. i. WILSON, City Editor Dust. Chas Rose Is receiving now goods dally. -The Commissioners wore In session this vVeok, Ed Outran, of Now Straits ville, flundayed in Logan. Dr. Fnrquhar mado his usunl visit to Logan this week. Lew Wagner, of South Perry, was in the city on Monday. D. Karshner and wife, of Laurel vlllo, wore in Logan Saturday. Jo. Plum, clerk of tho Rom pel House, was in Athens over Sunday. Hon 0. H. Buerhaus and wife, visited in Lancaster, over Sunday. Tom Woods and! wife, 'of Col umbus, were in Logan over Sun day. Miss Cora Wilson, of Clrcle vllle, is the guest of Miss Maggie Case. -Two boys were lodged in Jail last night for disturbing a religious meeting. A report has reached hero to the effect that the Emperor of (-tor-many Is dead. Bring your Job Work to this of fice and have it neatly done at reduced prices. A report has been spread that Sullivan killed Mitchell during a prize fight in England. Will Gaffney, who...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

'! 4 fo " Tf r, ia W ' -1 .C MISCELLANEOUS. Tho sod liousos of fnnucrfl In Da kota woro found to bo much warmer during tlio recent cold spoil tlmn houses iiiivlo of wood or lirlck. Tlio Minneapolis Woman1)! Ex clianjjo jiaya somo 120,000 a year Into tho hands of needy women who could not, probably, without It find a markot for their work. A waiter In a Now Yoik club was discharged tho other day bocauso ho declined to recognbn tlto in.ipping of tho fingers as a summons in tlio ros t annul t. Tlio California papers report that on ncuountof vandnlism of tho Ameri can tourists tho ancient udobo church nt Paso del Norto lias been closed to tlimn. Tlio cost of compiling and publish ing tho reports of the Challenger ex pedition, tho last three volumes of which aro about to he issued, has alroady exceeded SI, 000,000. P. T. D.irnmn says t bat ho has pro vided that if any of ids legateon makes a contest of his will lie shall by that act forfeit his bequest, and lie has loft $100,000 as a fun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 March 1888

& -rf. $ - ',t & l r y .3 M II J( Bl Ck ' r). CHINESE MORALS. Why People In ths Flowery RlnRitoM Art Trnly Uood and Peaceable. Taking Into consideration tho mill ions and millions of people vlio iiv habit tho Flowory Kingdom, people often wonilor why so fow crime? are committed in tho Empire, and why poc plollvo such qulot, neighborly lives, l'otty thloving is tho most common of fonso, but tho culprit Bcldoni ropcuts tho crime if crutght tho first or second time. Highway robbery is novcr repealed if tho ltlghwaymuii is caught, bcpauso it needs a hoad to plan such things, and otico In tho nlutchcs of tho Em peror's mmjlstrato tho bud man's head is takon away from him pretty quick. This is what, makes crime- so unpopular in China. So that tho readors may know how tho various offenses, so lightly punished iu Now York, aro troated in China, somo of tho moro common aro given, together with tho ponalty that follows disco vory as surely us tho sun follows tho moon. For tho first of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

Lf t Jfc - - " K tv fissB ni-c . n' if . -sH r i. t ir I - . TfLH titv,'., if4 t . - .., t W . c j, ' i ' v , & t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. TtTTTTTtTIH bHnntn uinuukni luro THAN AH! PAPER IN THE MLEI. JOB OFFICE. All Kinds of Job Printing Done J News for Less Money.! rtXO WEHT PltlCHS. YOIi. II. NO. 39 LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. u , j- . . . . r . . 'xtt l; o t : i, -vi j& V i. J J I K IH" 5' v X V tf U J1 ' . If ? 'K- P ,. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH, Cih Capital, 150,000.00. Deposits sectored by Individual' -i umuiiny 01 over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Pom a general banking buMnc.11. Foreign Drafts nud Steamship Tickets for sale- at low eit rates. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. IiAwnKNCK A. Cot.VKrt, President. Gkoroe W. Pum.en, Vice Prest. ItEUliiSN 1). OOI.VKH, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. flee Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casti Capital, $50,000. John Walker, Prciildent. Cha.fi. E. Jiowen, Cashier. Does...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

i - T? T r ir i ' T J " . ,. I ' I ir I? V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAH, OHIO. Tiih Princess of Wnlos Is compelled to use mi oar trumpet. ItrcssEUKit's stool patents lmvo brought him $35,385,000 In roynltlos. Tjihiib nro 172 known spocios of renttircfl that nro blind. 'Ilila dors not includo lovers. Tnn mnn who doosn't happon to blow Into tho mtuzlo of his gun gon cnlly llvos.,to II lo thn end of n dyna mite snrtrldgo. TuniiH nro In tho Sundny-sohools of tho Christian world 16,417,990 scholars and 1,652, 1G7 toaclicrs, making a grand total of 18, -100. 000. A ctCB-uoost in Portland, Mo., fur nishes a valuable object lesson. It is papered 1th lottery tickets, not ono of which drow a conk A Connecticut man who lias tradod horses two thousand one hundred and twenty times, now has an animal worth fifty dollars for his cutencss. A Buooklyn woman lias completed a crazy quilt with 21,781 pieces in it. Her husband is said to button his sus penders with a horse-shoo nnll. A second tltno within a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

,fT"'7''f i( "' v; r 'FrtS-'i s. ''' ""S. Q? ';.: V l r lu iuj- 19' he vv to : , I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. L00A5, OHIO. 6 A NEGLECTED GRAVE. Kogtocted crura; how toon forgot t Ablsaksned stone, rank grass, desd leaves, A narrow mound that ne'er receives A fond attention, mark tho apot Where one whose name no carving shows, 1,1m Wrappod In mortal' laat repose. Tip yonder hill, yeara gono apaco, A funeral eorttji crept toam fell ' From kindred oyes i a mournful knell Announood an end to Ufa's awlft race, And now, all thoso who sorrowed then In endless peaco nro here again. 'What euro tho doad,lf Bolflsh nlms Atlord no tlino for long rospoot! It stately BhaR or cold neglect Extol or slight tholr empty.names? Alas I tnoir usefulness is o'er, Tho busy world needs them no more. Ilut do not wo, whoso bolngs thrill With buoyant llfo and sturdy powers, Keep bright tho hopo In solemn hours That, whon our throbbing hearts aro still, Souio faithful frlond shall ovor keep A lovlag vigil o'or our sloc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

' 1 ' " ' , . f utf w " 1' 49 5E friammi nan iwiaiwsssin I? i ? L Ltf i r i . flM ;V 'A THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BREHM. Froprleto! k. H. 'Wilson, - - Editor, SATURDAY, MA 11 17 1888, Entered at the Post-office at Logan cis Second-class matter. Tin; Young Dumocrnta all over tho Stato aro organizing Clubs. "Vliy not have ono In Logan? In 1807, when the high wool tariff .went Into operation, thero were Jiogq In tho State of Iowa vi'luert at ,.$ 1,183,215 and sheep valued nt$2, ,081,170. After twenty years experi ence with protected wool growing in 1887 the assessed value of nheop in Iowa was $277,189, and of hogs 2,852,030. So far, iho wool grower. In 1870 thero were 85 woolen fac tories in Iowa, and in 1880 there wore 31. Thus protection failed to protect tho farmer, and also failed to protect tho manufacturer. John L. SuiiL-ivax, who strode ,tho narrow world like a colossus, is no longer tho greatest man on o4n earth. They who say it must feel a certain shock of regret, for there is so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

'" l"55 fp y-7 jyis ' vffc. njl' jhW T" j, ?' ffT'. 5C 33 . J t I , F-fl 13 l-t ir- i -J l A . . : It ha. kf it " tit r , f LO0AL NEWS, JED. L. iriLSOX, Cltff Editor, Dr. Wright has papored his Inner office. -Chns Klonto, of Colunbus, was in Logan Sunday. Judge Fricsncr, hold court In .Lancaster on Monday. Low McGlll was tho guest of Ablo Carpenter Sunday. Sam Wcstcnhiiver, at this writing, Is not Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Mnynard Pond ,nro visiting in Now York. O. W. II. Wright attended court in Lancaster last Friday. Dr. Farnuhar's next visit to Logan will ho on April 5 and 0. Judgo deStolgor, of Athens, held court in this city, this week. Miss Bessie Ward, of NewLex ington is visiting friends in Logan. Tido Houston, of Floodwood, was in Logan a short time Thurs day. W. H. McOhntock, of tho State Journal was in Logan Sun day. Vic. Teuscher and Mr. Eobinson of New Straitsvillo, was in Logan Monday. Mrs. Dr. R. W. Hanson, of Nelsonvillo was visiting in Logan this week. Misses Jessie C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

:.., ifjw - x jxr W.-A- r- V ' 'j ; . .r .'v ' '1 tj v... IE I THE PATRIOTIC DEPEW. lilt llntlro Center lnirKitlve of Worship of the Golden Oittf. To loam patriotism at the foot of Cluiuncoy M. Dopow was a refreshing novelty nflordod boiiio portion of Uio town tho othor day. And who Is Chuuncoy M. iJopow, tl;e tcnclicr thus solcoted upon Washing ton's birthday to stir tho hearts of Americans and inform their minds about thotr country? Chnuncoy M. Dopow was tho fauiltlar and tho coun selor of tho Vnndorbllta during tho era of stock wntorlng and stoolc jobbing which intido tho Vnndorbtlts almost un prcccdcntly rich, nnd, tho sonlors be ing now gathcrod to their fathora, Dc pow proporly succeeds to tho prosl doncy of tho Now York Central road. Wcro Jny Gould as smooth awl Mulshed a talker as Mr. Dcpow with equal pro priety ho might lmvo boon invited to Chicago to stlmulato wild Western son-f itimeut in favor of Goorgo Washington, U? pluribus unum and a lilgh prolnetivo tnrill. During t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

SsrvSrjTJf , "r-f '- "??' (, I- I & if f IE1 ' r L S I I? Ii 15' If h i U IjtV l! if-:-- to !"' , IV. i;r Sk f, I J rt ON BEING PLEASANT. II Makta Fanple Jolly nnd Changs! rrowni Into Pleasant Smiles. SajuMr. Thnckcray about tHftt nice boy OHra Kowcomo, "Idon'tknow that Cliro wm ospoclnlly brilliant, but ho was plcusnnfc." Occasionally wo moot peoplo to whom It scorns come natural to bo ploas ant; such nro as wolconio wherovor thoy go aa flowers tn May, and tho most charming thing about thorn Is that thoy holp to niako other pooplo ploasant too. Their ploasantnoss Is contagious. Tho elhor morning wo wero in tho midst ef a throo days' rain. Tho 11 ro smoked, tho dining-room was chilly, and who wo assembled for breakfast, papa looked rathor grim, and mamma tired, for tho baby had beon rostless all night Polly was plainly Inclined to fretfulness, and Bridget was undonlably eross, when Jnok camo in with tho breakfast rolls from tho bakor's. Ho had taken off his rubber coat and boots...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 March 1888

tt "( "6 ' ii,VS7 r iIV" ,'l. - ; x 4; .- L T , ' ll m m t r 8 tfl 1 'I A Mexican Snako Story. A family in San Luis Potosi pos sessed a very flno rattlesnake Thoy hnd cnpttircd It by moans of a forked stick when It was but a biby aud succeeded In do mcstlcutlng Jt. In the courso of .years it grow to bo li feet In length nnd becanio tamo itnd playful, never showing tbe slightest symp tom of nngor when handled by tlio children, but it would not al low Its rattles to bo touched. It became very much attached to Its Jiinstor and would follow Iiltn ,a round the house like n dog. Dur ing tho recent storm In San Luis many of the houses wore struck by lightning. The bolls were falling fast about tho dwelling which hod sheltered tho snake from childhood JNobly determined to die for its benefactors tho serpent crawled ,up the outside walls of tho house, nnd mounting the roof It stood on its head in a perpendicular posi tion for tho space of several minutes shaking its rattles vio Jently at tho...

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