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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

i -vi- ; tMff ' la ? t, r- f SHOULD WOMEN PROPOSE. Helm A. Loohwooil Anriwcr tho Question In tho AHlrinntlrc. Why notP In tho ugos jinst won havo married tholr pvofci'onocs; vromon, tholr opportunities. 'L'ho man may chooso, tho woman rofuso, but sho refuses tit hor peril, us her de cision may condomn hor to a life of collbaoy, oapoclally in our thickly pop ulated Now Kngland or Middle Stated, whoro tho womon outnumber tho men. 'l'ho man Bho necopii mny ho in no wise tho man of hor cholco; but it may bo a marrlago of complaisance, of con vonionco or of necessity under our prosont system, whilo tho woman looks calmy on to soo another All tho plaeo that sho lina coveted, without any inti mation in tho malo breast of hur deslro, whon ft Httlo moro frankness on tho part of tho woman might havo added to tho happiness of both. A woman would ho slow to mako application for divorce from tho man who had married her on her own calm deliberation and request; whilo tho positive privilege of mak...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 December 1888

1 (ft T' I' :-3?wtrwiwwTi &xv n !wwvt i k tts ucttw a r w. FitcotloiB 'vhltor In ncwspiiiici oflleo (to editor) May I ttso your Imiinsu moment? Editor My lirnlns? Visitor (Hiiiilliigly pk'klnj? n i scissors) Yes, sir. Only u mo ment. I want to Editor (with rfuuit cordiality) Certainly you miiy. Use tlioin us lonfr as you jileuwe. Always tfliul to furnish brujnu to a man who hasn't any, "I liuvo a little thliifj liore," said flip nspirln poet, "whleii I think 'you'll like to print. It's very time jly quite fresh, I assure you." "I'm Aif.vnld It is," said the editor, sadly, as he handed liaek the litth tiling which covered seventeen jputres. Ann the visitor wondered as lie went down stairs, why the olllct cat laughed at the editor'rf remark. Indignant Subscriber Boy, K ,tho editor In? 'u yw what do you want ?" ''"!, vAnt to smash ljis darned head, tjiut's what I want." "Wjel), if you'll wait half an hour he'll be here. He's down at the jjyiunasitiin teaching his class in boxing an...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

-TfV 1 4 ii Jr"aiw ,r r " J "- -'; " t , 'i. . pvTv'rfvVVw,rv hj i a V f t 4 j p LARGER CIRCULATION V IBM! ANY PAPERS THE VALLEY. BloreKefs for' Less Money. " IL. J: ) THE OHIO DEMOCRAT IJOB OFFICE. 1 JUL All KUula of Job Printing Done nt Tj6 WEST PltlCES. kAAAAAAAAAAA&AAAAAA&AAAAAA . VOL. Ill, NO. 28. LOGAN, O., SATUKDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1888. TEKjIH, 61.50 PEinKAP. 4 ' H -' ,.,.. TvT . mm 1 ".-lEfl,. . ' w dii- i frf' KB 3 1 '-n t 1 i '8, i 't THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. it Cash Capital, - 550,000.00. Depoaita Becured by Individual tLlAbility of over Four hundred Thousand Dollars. Don n general bnnltimr business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship TlckctH Tor sale nt low Gat rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAWKKNCE A. CwtVElt, President. GKOitQE V. VujAjKSI, Vlco Prcst. HKvmix V. Cur.vKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGA2?, OHIO. flee Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital,' $50,000. John Walker, President. Cfias. E. Bowen, Cashier. Docsn gencrnl banking business...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

,4TI4" & S f? "I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. V LOGAN. t t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tr Augusta (Gti.) Notional Exposition has closed. The Nntlonnl dobt on December 1 was $1,118,489,053.07. Minnesota Is ntn loss to know what em ployment to glvo her convicts. 1'jirKU window-glass Is an assurod suc cess. Breakago will bo loss frequent. An over-production of window glass Is causing a glut In the Western mnrkot. I- Utah coino Into tho Union sho will -probn ly bo callod tho Matrlinonlnl State. There are six or moro candidates for tho Speakership In tho Fifty-first Congress. Opera glasses with long handles, aftor tho stylo of lorgnettes, aie something now. The Qucon of Portugal Is known among her subjects by tho tltlo of "Angol ot l'lty." The Duchess of Cambridge pays n well know n vocalist $1,000 a yoar to sing to her dally. AlaRama Is tho farmer's paradise. Thoy control tho coming Legislature in that State. Kalakaua, King of tho Sandwich Island'), will visit this country In the spring. Sidnbt, Aus...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

4 tf Ci VTff rst iv h: fjC if AGITATEI EDUOATEII Thn flreut Duty Ileforo the Domocratlo I'nrty of thn Country. Tho political canvass of 1888 Is end ed with tho oloollon, and tbo canvass ' of 1890 and of 1892 is bogun and will bo prosecuted by tho JDomocrncy with vigor from tho past olootlon until tho next in 1890, find tho noxt thorcuftor in 1892. It will bo an educational can vass. To oduonto tho rotors of tho country should bo tho mission (if tho -party unremittingly from this ttnio for ward. With no oloetion ponding, no candidates in tho Hold, party political strlfo and asporitios cooled off, voters will dispassionately read and think. Thoy will bo ready to hoar reason and facts, andglvo thorn fair consideration. Thoro la no High pressure, which, not unlllco a coat of mall, shuts out dollb orato thought. Lot (ho dlscussslon of (Ji tariff reform, therefore, proceod, and m tlinli rnnlitnlilr lnrrln nt fnnfn nnd flrr. uros bo prosonlcd to tho voters con tinually as thoy nro dovolopc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

aawiarxgiiaatfa reJttSJ)LIJJJJ.JUUUl'liufciIVteAlrJWA.lJtJ S5CE n THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. W. BREHM. A.. H. "Wilson, - Proprlotof - Editor. SATURDAY, DEO 1888 Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. A papi:r tn the Intorost of the White Cap organization has been started at art. Orel), Ohio. In several places in Ohio, the saloons are soling on physician's prescriptions, imij thus evading the Dow und local option laws. SniNGiiixo- the hair of colored women, and dressing them in moil's clothing, and having them voti: the Republican tiekot ip the mountains ofWest Virginia, uf the lute election, was one of the new .and wicked devices of that party. i i AMiEN O. aiYKits, yho was tried last week at London, Afudison Co., 00 for the Colunjbus tally-shoot .forgeries, was acquitted. There was only one Democrat on the Jury. On the next day the indict ments against tiio other parties in the Franklin County Common Pleas Court for the same offense, wore all nollied. This is .thoen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

u tjMA.mj9mtmiaLjmr1m hn' m iw '- Flvs r tfhia paper goes to press atSttdock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT .LO0AL NEWS, ED. L. WFLSOTt, Cltv Editor. Monday Dec, 31st. A Happy New Year. Rompi-I's Opera House. Tho event of theseason. Get your good resolutions In shape. How many Christmas gifts did you got? Monday 81th. Prices 25, 35, And 50c. Court adjourned Tuesday and Wednesday. Our school will not take up un til January 7. Mrs. S. H. Bright Is visiting In Pennsylvania. No fires to chronicle In this city this Christmas. Frank and Ralmy Duird were In Logan this week. Mr. Canty eat his Christmas turkey in McArthur. Ed Collins, of Columbus, was in the city this week. Tim Duke, of Carhonhill, was a Logan visitor this week. Miss Mattie Dolllson spent her Christmas in Nelsonville. Miss Emma Brooko is homo from college for the holidays. Tho skating rink opens every Saturday night Ladies free. E. P. Armstrong and wife -spent Christmas in Columbus. The Crescent Club gave a small dance on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

. Jfetmrwkz0W'iymnHTfiZ Ks V i H, 1,W i- THE OHIO PEMOCRAT. f. LOG AN. t onio. CHARLOTTE BRONTE. (A I.lttll, Iltiyinril Story.) The wind vai blowlnpt over tlis moor. And tbo sun shono bright upon licfttlier and i Vfhln, On tho urnvo stones lionrv nnd Gray '"J' "6 Whloh stand about Haworth TlcaraKfi And It streamed through a window In. TJicro, by herself, In a lonely room A lonoly room which onco held thrro Hit o woman ut worlc n 1th a busy pen, Twbh tlio woman all Englnml pralsoa Just then But what for Its praise cared shot Cimo can not dazzle or llattcry ehann Ono who roi'B lonely day by day On tho lonuly moors, whore tho plovers oiy, And tho sobbing wind us It hurries by tins no comforting word to nny. Bo, famous and lonoly and sad she sat-, nd steadily wroto tho mornlni; through. Then, at stroke of twolvc, laid her tasl.-aildo And out to tho Ultchon swiftly bled. Now what was she going to dot Why, Tabby, tho sorvant. was "pal her worlc," And her eyoa had fatlod as her strength ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

--r7r-'MtfsW?WB-9MM o I l. fcv PROVERBS REVISED. 'old Xmri Transformed to Soil flic Wnnts of the lllalng Generation. "irungor bus no ours," lionco wisdom must glvo first pjaco to dinner. "A rolling stono (rathors no moss," lint it "gotfl ovor" a groat dcnl. 'Kvory man 1b tho arohitoct of his own fortuuos," which wives till ohnnco ot hard fooling on uccount of competi tive oxnmluatlonR. "Faithful aro tho wounds of a friend," nnd thoro aro nono more rmnutlllounly glvou. Tho last that wns not least Is hold by St. Louis mon to hnvo boon nmdo for n Clilcngo girl's boot. "A mis is us good as a mile," but a Mrs. ia ns good as n league. Tho pnvomont of Hades is rclnld tho first of ovory January. "Slo Bompor tyrannus" may bo freoly rondorod: "Tho slelc ulways aro tyr ants." "Lovo goes out at tho window when poverty ontors tho door," but should poverty retire by tho door, it is amaz ing witn wnat coienty lovo comes scrambling in at tho window. "Tlmo and tido wait for no man," but whon a womnn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 December 1888

''HtWfW iMwpfipy u yiwpw "w ?ty "' . faVKxr i V ;1 ff;.i nwiarmawwMauanajaiMi 'i ' i. i Sl . ? i. if. i t i Cy For 1880 mill for tho Nomocracy. Tho Sun believes thnt tlio cnml) jiiiiRti for tho election of u Demo cratic Conprps" in lfi'JO anil n Dem ocratic President In 1S!)2 ahonld be gin on or about the fourth of next March. The Soil will bo on hand ,nt tho beginning and until tho ond of tho most interesting and impor tant political conflict since the wnr, doing its honest utmost, as over, to secure tho triumph of tho Domocratlc party and the perman ent supremacy of tho principle held by Jefferson, Jackson mid Tlldon. The grout fact of the year is return to nbsoluto power of the the common enomy of all good Demo crats tho policical organization for whoso overthrow the Sun fought t tho front for fifteen yours the memorable years of Grant and tho Fraud Hayes, and Garfield and Arthur. It is the same old enemy that Democrats now confront, and he will be intrenched in tho same strong p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

i11 wmw U4-SWS. "Jr? M -, , .i, ,, ijngi fan. -ti l t J j,j ij.?S - r--TX -r--a(jfficH a " a 1 rVvirvwwvyivv ! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio LARGER CIRCULATION j THAU ANY PAPER IH THE YALLEY. j More News for Less Money. 3 IJOB OFFICE. t Ill Kinds of Job l'rlutlno Done ' !tij(!l,l1x' iJtlFJi:2' 1 YOL. III. NO. 29. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1S89. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. v" ' "'-' '-iww in inmuumpw papiMpwMwpt i uy.-,m. in.fu 111. n , hi, THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. ash Cnpllnlj $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docsaizcnern! bmilslHK liusliiexH. Foreign Urnfts mid Htcnmolilp Ticket for mile nt low cut nilco. OFI'lOrl, Unom No. 5, Opera House. LiAU'llKNCK A. Ctli.VKli, President. Or.oiidK W. I'ui.Lr.s, Vlro I'resl. ttKUIIKN J). CUf.VKH, Ciislilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. !lce Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'vcnldent. Chan. E. llowen, Cttnltlev. Dock a pcnernl banking bunlnc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

w f HE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, I I OHIO CURRENT TOPICS Jons Wanamakkr Is worth $10,000,009. It coals tlio Servian people $240,000 a year to support King Milan. Editor Dana says tho only kind of norol he likes Is one ''chock full of lova" 1)B Lesskps wept when his Panama ichemo became too heavy for hts should ers. It Is said that ex-Engross Eugenic has expressed a doslro to bo cremated aftor loath. Bai,loo.vs mid parachutes havo boon cut to Suaklm tor the use of British j-oops. Victoria Woodiiull has glvon $100,000 to a I'arls school for tho froo education of iromon. It Is reported that P.ussla and Japan havo entered Into a socrot trenty against England. The total resources of "tho widow of tiio lata Prof. Klchard Proctor aro stated to bo only $7fi0. The ill'oct of color on pntlonts nllllctod vlth brain disordors is tho latost thing lu medicine. It 1 suld tho Australians nro "catching on" to base-ball ns played by tho Amer ican nines. The rlclio9t woman in tho world, Dona Jsadoro Cousi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

mSmnSST'SSS'fMiifirMvmm i Jwssro, XfftjVKfUVIMUVBi ItaunJIMMWmismaMiMlim i-- r-fiKiiihniT ittn -rr ina- i a VJH , ''j "-ja MISCELLANEOUS. Fully 8,000 mites of railroad will linvo boon constructed this year in tho United States, nnd tho proBpocts aro jthutncxt year will witness a largo in ironso in those operations. It hns boon found that a gooso can , t nnd tho woathor until tho thermomo lorgocs to sixty-four dogroos bolow aero. Thon hor feathers won't savohor. Wild duclcs can go twolvo dogroos lower and como out on top. Iho Marquis Tseng, former minis ter to London and Paris, laloly 'cele brated tho wedding of his daughter, Lady Blossom, when, for tho first tlmo in Chinese annals, tho brido's consont to tho cholco of a husband was actually asked. A lawsuit in Now York baa de veloped tho faot that "after tho ownor of a lot in Cypress Hills comotory has buried a doconsod mombor of his own fomily in it ho is absolutely forblddon, by a law tindor which tho comotory is incorporated, to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

W " 1 imviUMFAnmvtvi FJ IF", IWWWTWHB r r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. (J.WiBRBHM. A. H. Wilson, Froptlotot Editor. SATURDAY, JAN 5 1888 Entered at the Post-ojjlce at Loyiu i as Sccoml-vluss matter. Nkw York City changed Mayors on Now Years day. St. Loins luul n ifMliyilli) fire on New Year's day which lasted just forty minutes. TiiUAStntmt, Axworthy of Clove land is said to have settled the amount of his defnletionsso na to save both city and bondsmen harmless. Canada will raise the duly on American pork from $2 to ?! per barrel, The Canadian hog must be protected from the paupei squealer of this country. Nothing meaner has occurred in politics lately than the efforts of thu Democratic press to blacken the name of John Wannamaker now that he Is mentioned for a cabinet position. Mr. Wannamak er Is known the country over us n philanthropic christian gentleman and a representative American bu siness man. The country at large would recognize Ids nomination to n cabinet position as a step in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

's 'e M-min'mriMwtWinoM """"" "fMsmtKMfawu.in,.i. -. . i j jjaartfwgiffg ty xiM'inMii i jaa Mfnwwffinv-gp, tfjCIKAIWVKUEII yuftwtWf WR'ttB mi mm iiwi ! i wigti wMwirwM emmiLUHw iwtnwi ai n i wy md . y This paper ffocs to press at 8 o'clock Friday etching. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL ' NEWS. HI). L. WILSON, City Editor A Unppy Now l'cnr. To start rollts will BmiiQ And snmo won Tlio harmful From mnuy noma win tho yo I r of clRlity-nlno, I swo roflTti usual lino. won't touc n liquor: no Inilr-mll n't o "cw tiic intiiy liy weed. Ishcil Utterly. not n nrrdcnrs niul Bnvo cle X rctto 'will bo u nlnhcil not n nfrrlci Fly smoking pi r os tliclr money urnvc. iiimo will moro p icty uniuirc; Thoy'll tnlto n ow for ren r or flro. Romo will not bu V needless thing And enshdownpa 1 for every thing. A strict nccou H t of nil that's spoil Sonic will commc " co wltli Rnmil Intent. And (-omewlllmnk P tlioirold domes no Itnther Soma Dill gain tlmn er u illt nslt for new. will not WnMc their tlinonwny In kn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

f r""'-':T"r- IfftfMVMtMMM r TOE OHIO BEHOCRAT LOR AN. OHIO. THE' WIDOW'S MITE. Tho willow's mlto fth, who wllh cyo Unmolntcnoil tloei tlio dole descry Dropped In repoio to misery')! moan, ThN larRPsi of tlio womnn Ioho Can king or omporor oulvlof Gcntlo tho hand tlint doe supply Tho modest nhns, hut If wc try Her powor, bound linnd nnd foot wo own Tlio widow's might. Ah. welt wo linow how maidens shy. When Bwnlni pursue, still turn nml (ly; Hut when besought by lovers prone. To yield nnd make their mercy Unown Tlio widow's won't! oh thon wo slqh Tlio widow's mliiht I Chat. 11. Webb, in Harper' 71i:r, A PISTOL SHOT. Romnrkablo Story of tlio Loot Shot In a Duol. Our rcclmont headquarters wero in tho villaRO of N . I need hnrdly describe the regular routtno of our military Hfo. Almost overy body Knows tho Hfo of an army officer; In tho mnrnlnR military drilling, (I Inner nt tho regiment-commander's or ina Jewish lunch-iiiR-honso; In tho ovonhu? punch ntul cards. Thcro was not a sIurIo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

.Otfr 3"pr i y ihiiH1i tL. I T-viTin n y riTTifr in nniw nwiiiiBifnatj Vy1 : :--t -! m -vi ifwiMi n. y "1 t.-tm p..m wm iyxifiwjpniiw .--'W-'.qpw ijno i.-iiii.iiDiiiMntMiVTV'uli'jwJmirirnr. M&' Hrpfr r ; hfj ffi jffcpwn-..; JM ArtKm9Ko0gQ i; i! I PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. Manufacturers of ptiro Rrottnd noffco will bo intorcstod to know that Oioro is no duty on chicory or dande lion root. Texas SI flings. Only poor men wrlto booko on "How to Got lllch." Tho rich inon thomsolvcs will not rIvo tho snnp uwjiy. N. O. Picayune. Whilo tho modorn husband has muoh to nnHWor for, it can not bo said against him that ho ovor poos through. hiB1 wlfo'a pockot. Boston Courier. If anybody wants to tost tho folly of gambling lot him tako chances at a charity fair. Tho oxporlonco will bo a good objoct-lossnn. llallimorc Amer ican. Elaio "Bob, I wish you would tell mo how o. hnudkorchiof iltrtntion is workod." Hob "Kasy, mid simple enough, alstor with two fools and two handkerchiefs." Town Topics. If th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 January 1889

iteJ ll4ilHlMU ; jp! . ..-Hjl ,:.jat J.an. RJ1V y Tj'ff - W'St' yr VS" r MWMnpnManmmilll u Foi- ISSt) nut) fu; tin DoiiMK 'ao. - The .Sun lu'lli-vci thut tin. (tuii pulj;i tor thr- I'lctMiiin ol n Dr-im prnllo Cmitfrr"3 i1 !Ho tuxl a liein wruti PfsM'l.- "Inniltl ' fn dn rwiti vAm flvj. (h i .u ftfutoh Ti.. s)i vilj l'i ni hiiii III the iKRiniiinj,' uiiil until tin-1 1 of th mrtit ihlarwrtinjniul impci tnut pohlicul-c-tmfliet "Inco tin war, rtnlnpr Jw Tyiaost utnniht, over, to Mi'pure lhc triiiiiipli i l! Dcinoprntif p.ut ..;w the perm (nt "ujirpiift.il y of the j)iui"iii hold by J fli'ii'ii, .1 ;Ksi.i, Tililon. Tliu p-eut f.iet oi'llu' your H tin return to absolute power of Un common enemy of all rood Demo crats tljo poliuietil orgntiinlion Cor wlio.-u overthrow the Sun fo,'yj,b.t t'11' front for fifteen year the lucninrnhle yeai of Grant an the Fiaud Hayes, and (Jaitleld un Arthur. It Is the same ,old eijemy that Dejnocruts now confront, mid lie will be intrenched Jn the same atro...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

WW"1 TT i mrrrirrm n Bvnemm$t3jt -m VUMPttfe3?u 3 I 1 M,a.-iwti- ". rittummmitrwvlttlrmmt w qWjrm.v trt, y.-ry .,.- w,mil UlllWma itj y mr n t v t h v t xr v w yw si 'r" , fi. WiMWv ri& 4wUHfwniwwwwiMMi'tf ! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT .3 job office. All Kinds of Job Printing Done J Ohio v wmivTrviviVi J , LARGER CIRCULATION 'THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j More, News for Less Money.? AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAmfl TOL. III. NO. .30: LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. TERMS, 81.60 PER YEAH. UMMMlMMMn?tmrn r vir ir KTIMMMLuit it . ., w .,, . THE I j THE PEOPLES' BANK i OFLO&AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Dopoalts secured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. DoeB n Ronernl banking business. Foreign Draft's mid Steamship Tickets for solo nt low est rn ten. OFFICE, Room No. (5, Opera House. LAWJtENCE A. CUI.VKlt, Pldldent. Gkoikik W. 1'ulm:n, Vlre l'resl. UntfiiKX D. GUf.VKii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Ice Hours from 9 ft. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 January 1889

fr T fV"r ' " I r5'v' '-if fJVr!B'yfhrvfTm ""yTF '7lTOW!Wf''T iTiSiSrMiiiBiiffSirr m.'jjTjpHTM.svmri T-VTT Vrr -- . - a; - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. XOGAtf. omo. TniciiE Is a movomont to rovlvo tho old half-cent nnd ndd It to tho currency. Xoiitii Cakomna has a colored nuntio named 1'ovorty Simmons, who is 109 yenrs old. Tossosslng sovoral thousand dollnrs' worth of property, Aunty Poverty Is not a member of tho eocloly of that name. Tins Atlanta Constitution says that ono thing- that facilitates operations in llayti is tho fact that ovon Generals wo not required to wear pants. Aa for tho common soldiers a leather bolt and a cartrldgo box constitutes their fatlguo suits. Tin: St. Paul peoplo are sighing bo causo of tho open winter, which they foar will prevent them from building tliolr annual ico palace, which has proven not only an interesting but a prolitablo fcatiuo of their winters for bcvoral years past. The Boston Commercial Bulletin's annual report of tho wool market of tho United S...

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