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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 January 1889

) I ' A SUPERNATURAL DOG. Mow n Train TTm SutixI from Wreck by nn Opllonl IUiulon. Tho roportor wna sitting on ono of tlio scats on tho Battery promonado rocontly whon a woll-drcsscd woman passed loutllng by n strap a snow White Spitz dog. A man drossod In tho rough garb of a laborer sat on the seat next to tho roportoi-, smoking n short vtommod cob pipo. "Talldng about Btrango things," uald, tho laborer, nudging tho nows gathoror, "I novar sco a whlto dog but what It calls up a striingo oxporlonco I had whllo firing on tho Pennsylvania railroad ton years ago. I was In tho cab with Tommy Hums, ono of tho best onglnoors In tho company's serv ice, and our run was botwoon Jcrsoy City and Philadelphia. Wo loft Jorsey City at nlno o'clock ono Saturday oven, ing, pulling n long train of passenger conches and three Pullmans. Tho cars woro all full and wo had tho right of way, making no stops except at Markot street, Newark and Tronton. Wo rolled along all right ovor tho Ilacken sack meadow...

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. — 26 January 1889

1 a. W: &' o , fe, E? . p.,: Kg.V &'' ' W:. Mrs. Smith Wlutt ilo you sup poses inukuR tho now mtnlxtor so MiidorslHod ? Ho looks lis if lit Jnuln't liis growth. Mrs. HiiBcom I duiino, hut I kind o' suspect ho wits hrmitflit up ,011 tho Shorter Catechism. Sho had expected it for somo ,timu, mid sho thought It had cume .t lust. Miss Lulu, ho Ih'uiiii jn a low tono of voice, living .alono at tho HjuTimtn liotie is not what it is oraokod up to ho. It is .11 lonely life at best for u young Hiiui , of domestic tastes, audi feel Jibuti must make ruIhuiku. I want ,to hbU you Miss. Lulu, il'-lfr Miss. Lulu (with a beating heart and u rising infliction) Yes, Mr. (Cruitz. Jtu (continuing) If it wouldn't bo the the wiser plun for me to take up a suite In some bachelor nppartment hotiss? Tho World's Harvest. According to the subjoined list, fi traveler might possibly time himself so as to be present at the gathering of harvest In some; country of the earth in every jnyuth of ,tho year. T...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

"rvWTW'iiW't-wwa ESThe Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN AM PAPER IN THE YALLEY, t 1 More News for Less Money. t t t tlVlETA'l(iJZ2vmLLA LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FERUARY, 2, 1889. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. YOL. III. NO. 33. f. A 1 THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAH. Buh CApltal, - $60,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual . -Liability of over FonrHnndred Thousand Dollars. Does ft trencral bnnklns buslnetR. Foreign Drafts nnd Steamship Ticket for gale lit tow tit rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawiiknck A. CtlLVMi, President. QKonOK W. PULI.EN, Vlro Prcul. Ukuiien D. Cui.vkk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ice Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, PrettUlcnt. Chan. E. How en, Cashier. I)oea general banking tmMncsn, received ipoiiti. dlficoiiuU pnper, and buy uuil sells tchance. "HANK In ccntrnl room In the JamcB .ack. ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Attomey-at-Law and Mary Pnbllc, Holllsou Duildlng ' Logan, O. Collections of Claim, Notes and A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

fKuaM:mMmaMmmmmiminmmt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. X.OGAN. omo. CURRENT TOPICS. Canada has but ono Bundny pnpor. A census ovory flvo yoars lias boon pro posed. Sam Jones Is stirring up Los Angeles In tho usual way. Two ladios hnvo boon elected bank di rectors In Atlanta. A cimiosiTY In "Walllngford, Conn., Is a dog with threo tails. CnNrnAi, Amorlcnn cities nro being Mghtod by oloctrlclty. A ronilOK of tho Imperial Pnlnco at Po kln has boon burned. The season's oyster crop of tho Dclawaro -Ivor and bay Is a failure. Cameos aro In domaud again and will bo worn by all who follow fnshlon. Ok tho IDS members of tho Illinois Legis lature 128 woro born outside tho Stnto. Eihtoh Dana Is the master of flvo lan guages, all of which ho Bpenks fluently. The now namo, tolephrnso, Is suggested ns being suitable-for telephonic mossago. In Versailles thoro Is n room entlroly furnlshod with nrticlos mado of malachite, E. O. Wolcott, tho now U. S. Senator from Colorudo is but thirty-four years of nge. Canadi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

ftgiyitawritacr REVISING THE CONSTITUTION. 1'roposocl Amendments to tho Constitution or Ohio. Following Is n full toxt of tho joint resolu tions to tiincml tho Constitution, ns roportod to tlio Tjoglsluturo by tlto Constitutional Ho vision Commuted ritovtuitto koii nttiNNiAT, Kt.r.criosR. Suction 1. Ho It resolved iy tho (lonornl .AssrmMy of tho Stato of Ohio, that propositions shall ho eubinltlcd to tho electors of ihls Stnto on tho first Tucsihiy otter tho first Monday In Novtmbcr, 1K, to.nmotid section Slot Artlclo 31, section 18 of Artlclo IU,FOCllon3,& 4,. 0,7, n, ID, IV. II nnd 1(1 of Artlrlu IW.soctlon IS of Artlclo Vin.,(octlon9 iiimd-l of Artlclo X. nnd section 3 of Artlclo XVI, of tho Constitution of tho Stnto of Ohio, so they shall roadns follows: Atlklt II. Sec. ., The regular session of each Oenernl As'cmb'y shall commence on tho first Monday of January, next after it is chosen, Article 11 I. Snc. 18. Whenever tho oniceof Secrrtnry of State Auditor of Stnto. Treasur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

gm-rttinMiMiiwi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o.vr. bseem. Froptltlot A.. H. Wilson, - 18.SU SATURDAY, KKM 1! Entered at the Post-office at Login as ScconcI'dass matter. I Average uiimiier of euttlu being J fed in compared with lust your l. Av'omgo number r $! being - Editor, foil for mutlnn us compared with I lust yt v x. The r.tjmrt iilo (.mitului nnu'h Valuable information to farmer. 011 tin uhc-t til' lorlilixcr. Tin: Demi loi-lf in the V. Vn. legislature MM continue. I Tin: Ohm h'uM.uuiv i- ready t abolish the Cleveland hoard of ill' Tin: Senate of thi V. S. should bo dissolved for nil tlmr. The old fosslj hiii outlive I its ucfuln ; if It ever had any. Si:natmi Vance had one of Ids cyes removed on Wednesday lust. Tho eye had caused him n great trouble by reason of some disease. The Supreme Court of X. Y. has afllrmed the dceKi n of the circuit court in the C uipln II v. Arlairklc breach f prom's e e and Bunnlo will gel li ( '10.11111). IJtirn-, by the hemic near St. Joseph's on Monday. M...

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

ptwnfinfflwi 'ij- - , IQHkMWSr rw-wvff n'lfw" 5TMs paper goes tuprcus at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT )i '''Ctt'Liw'mimuwgmrippei ,uaHxAujijijjiU!-jiju L.ujiimi..nuwiwmmxLJ'iiiJi".jLialium i.iitaLiaiu.Jwimiw LO0AL NEWS ED. L. H'lJLSOy, Cliff Editor. witness Prof. Dawson's contests in bandaging, dls-iectliig ami surgical drawing. All the contests wnru very splrlto I, m I wore watched Willi Interest by tlio professors. that tliu bruins were oozing out of IiIh moutli, and overy lone In his body was hrolu'ii. James Dearth Is still alivo but is at tht point of (loath. Ills face Is Clias Young was nick several dnys this week. Robert Bunion was In Nelsoti vlllo on Sunday. Lew MeGill is Hick this week with malarial fever. Jessie (Tiibrlel, of Athens Is working for Lew MeGIII. F. F. Rumpel, Jr., was at Mar ietta on business Monday. We have a few packages of to bacco seed An-distributlon. J. F. Coinly, of New Lexing ton was In Logan this week. Ed Donovan and Fred U-u'li-ester w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

v "Hm-fjlfim' W fwiyMt MM - rn1r'wc?Fir" . i THE OHIO BEHOOflAT. LOGAN. OUIQ DR. WISH'S GREAT THEORY. Bill you over licar Of Old Dr. Wiso, And his thoorlos nuoor, Unit facLlinlf surmise, Which oxcltoit such vast nclontlflo surprlso. This old Dr. Wiso wns a vrondorful mun, Who mostly to protects and theories ran; Ho could toll how n(oor Bonn aotcd and ("rovr, And always coidd show j ou n do70n or two, Tho' tho poor dovll lying 1 ua cr stiicken nml dying Ho seldom or never contrived I o pull through, With tho grontost presumption Ho -discoursed ot consumption, And laid all tho blamo onsomo paraslto sty; As for cancers and tumors. They cauvi of had humors, And absorption would cause them to sbrlnls up and dlo. Hut this wonderful mm not nlono As a common practitioner shone; For who has not heard how tho whole world was stirred When ho published his boolt, "Tho Uomestlii Outloolt: Or, how to Extcrmlnato Hats Without Tcrrets or Poison or Cats J" Why, tho plan was so pretty, so slmplo and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

iMWIIWMllMM i, , miumi.hu jujummijuui . V 'A STYLISH MILLINERY. Ml About Tlonnntn, lint, Toquci nml 1'n.Miloimlilo Trlmmlnc. Flowors nro worn this year lnlor In tlio winter tlmn tlioy hnvo boon at any provious season. Milliners havo hither to triotl In vain to popularizes tho vlolot clusters and breaths so long in favor with rarlslonncs, but It has of late bc ooino a. decided fashion to wear n bunch of loii-stomnicd violets in the lnvp; o round hats of black or of groon volvo t which young Indies now chooso for afternoon rocoptlons; also to put closoly mnssod vlolots in a bandeau on black laeo or velvet bonnots. Koso garlands of crushed rosos without follago, or of petals strlppod from tho flower, edgo tho brims of small volvot bonnets and of tho leas dressy toques; and thoro nro many rocoption and thontor bonnets mndo entirely of Uowors, such ns pink roso petals for tho foundation, crossod four or fivo times from sldo to side by very slight vines of small unblown roso-buds still in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 February 1889

t - g ?" HfTT '" f 1 I ' I f ' I I, I i n II1 ii K f lilt I f, grwillliuiitiiw.jt;nm.iin,iii-ijnnu-i.'iuji -t Reminded Mr. Allen of a Story. The day after the Inst national luotlon Stuutor Blackburn and Representative Atlon of Mlns JselppI ft man who is described ly the Kentucky Senntor ns the wit tiest nnd loneliest loolcfnir man ho ever met were together in tho .Capitol building whin they were .approached by young editor Henr.it who excitedly showed them utele grum from IiIh father, tho Culiforiilu Senator. ff he message ran in this way. As sure as there lo a God in Heaven Grover Cleveland has carrjled California. At ihut .time it was well known Jthujt Now York State had been parried by Harrison, and it made no earthly difference what tho vot ers of California had determined .their verdict should be. Alien read the telegram, and then hand ing it back to the young San Fran .clsco editor said to him solemnly: "Young man, your father's words remind me of an acquaintance of mine who w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

P TWf1fWt rr The Ohk) Democrat LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, FERUARY, t), 1889. I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 LARGER CIRCULATION I THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money,? kJOB OFFICE. All. Ktntltt of , rob I'rhithiff Done at ta) west vinous. YOL. III. NO. 34. TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAR. 0PWrir .i THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAN. Cash Capitol, tMu,uuu.uw. Dopoaits secured by Indlvldiuil Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a (reneml Imnklnjr business. t'orclRii Drnfts iiihI BtcmiiKlilp Tlckots for salo at low est rates. OFFICII, Koom No. 5, Opera House. LAWltKNCK A. CUJ.VElt, President. QEOItaK W. Ptll.J.KN, Vlro Prcst. Hruiip.n I). Cui.vkk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ice Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m, Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. John Walker, I'rculdent. Chan. E.liowcn, Cashier. Docs a general banking business receives posits , discounts paper, mid buy nml sells iclinnge. HANK In central room In tlio James ode. ATTORNEYS. Gc. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Nota...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

llfJH "fv w'"' ""TN "1" " t'm-tp.1, ' -i""'' lEpw- I) i heoimdeoograt. T.OGAN. omo. , CURRENT TOPICS. I A KioniDA lallroad 1ms a lady con ductor. i Lojid Saliebuhv, 1'romlor of England, woars n No. 8 bat. Tint Into Emporor William's decorations filled a largo chost. Tub rubber Up at tbo end of load pencils has ylolded 20,000. The Btnto ot Now York has spent $18, 000,000 on lts'capltol. Cocntt-seat wars In Kansas aro bo coming monotonous. Thk loading physician of Cluimaron, Kas., Is Dr. Pancnko. Dn. Gatlino lias Invented n chonp and cfToctlvo torpodo-boat. TnK votorans of tho war aro dylnn " at tho ratoof 0,000 a year A New Yoi" mnn recently pnld ?25 foi nn oi..itino 275 years old. A Chicago dress-maker calls horsolf "a Eownlng and rocking artist." PltAn grafts on a qulnco stock produco tho most abundant and luscious fruit. Last year 100 porsons wcro killed and COO injured on tho railroads of Virginia. Dn. Paul Giuieu proposes to experi ment on monkeys with yollow fovor terras. It is...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

v 1 J 6 VALENTINE VERSES. Iiuvo' Victory. II n. "Tall mo, dainty lady mlno. Will you bo my Vnlonllno! Long I'vo vvorahtpod nt yourslirlno, Evory thing I havo is thlno." BIIE. 11 Truly, sir, I can not say. How muoh Is your Income, pray?" 11 n. " Income, ilnlnty lady mlnot Whnt of lhatf For you I plno Night nnd .tai my heart Is thlno l'ray, tlion, bo my Vnlontlnc." she. " Hearts anil pining touch mo not, Hun much money havo you gotl" ' Halt a million, lady mlno." Bin:. Of courte I'll bo your Valentino." Somorvlllo Journal, JUNE'S VALENTINE. Bow It Won a Lovor and Caught a Thlo Wrltton for This Pnpcr.l V, can not fall to tnko It as nn nn swor to his quostton of last week." And fair Xfolon Jlontjoy gavo anothor look nt tho photograph in lior hnnd. Tlioro Is n singular fascination In one's own pictured feat, urcs which It Is hard to account for. Hol en was by no moans negligent of her looking -class, mid know ovory line of tho fair faco, ovory & T I VSfa." .. . -.rw ! -Vm.. !.' .' i ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

t-A- -v . S2S rf m , s J unH i IJI ", rn rn THE OHIO DEMOCRAT: 0. W. BREhM. "TL H. Wilson, ProptiotDt Editor. SATURDAY, FEB 0 188B Entered at tir 2ost-oJ!cc at Logan as Second-nlass matter The New York Herald now pilnts a Paris nnd London edition. Ohio farmers are now clamoring for protection against the Chicago Fresh Mont Trust. Let's hiwo a Tariff. Now comes Joseph Benson For aker, the governor of Ohio, who says the State Treasury is plethoric witii funds. Thm contested election eqso be 'tween Payton (Dem.) and John, (Hep.) in the Indiana Legislature was decided, Thursday, in favor of jPayton, by a vote of 50 to 47. The Indiana Legislature are considering a new election bill for that state embodying almost all the provision of the Australian system, which it is thought will become a law. The Enquirer Mistaken. Certainly there is no one seek ing to impress upon the public the public that Ohio has a. Surplus. Cin Enq, Oh yes there Is. We have a lot of cranks in the Legislature who a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

mm, 1 At K This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Arttfuy evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. ED. L. WILSON, City Editor. Ice. Snow. Winter. Frank Myers Is ci fallnro. Frank Blnsius lfl sick this week John Ucker is under tho wenth or. John Stcdom wns sick this week. Jim Pursell was in Lancaster Sunday. Mr. Jake Fox spent Sunday in Gallipolis. Clias Cook was in Straitsvillo Wednesday. Mrs. M. A. Allen is on u visit to Kansas City. T. J. and Pat Shannon were in .Athens Sunday. Hon. C. H. Bucrliauso was in Lancaster Sunday. Ed Weis is confined to his room by sickness. Frank Downey is again utile to bo at his post of duty. ft, Col. D. J. Cresap was visiting in Nolsonville this weok. The first sleigh of the season was out Sunday evening. Mr. Henry Troxell of Millville was in town on Saturday. Mrs. Ella Seyfert is visiting Mrs. B. C. Rober this week. Chas Lloyd, of Columbus was visiting in Logan this week. r Our ico men are cutting four inch ice and storing it away. Andy Crawford made i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

i LOGAN, OHIO THE JESTER. All tlio court's in a stir Ovor my matins. Her Majesty mticlo mc lior LnJyimvnltlnff, I hud of ullors more Tlmn you could nnmo thorn; Yot I did glvo thorn o'jr, Nor wish to claim them. My heart waxed worm for nono Whom others smiled upon I had boon moved nnd won lly the KIiir's Jester. J'olks question, How can I Illdo n fool lovdrf Kiilth, nn I do not Ho I do discover Tools wearing wisdom's cloak As though It tlttod. Thcro is Sir Codlrov Iloltp, Quito sorry wlttod: Ho proved his peacoclt-pato When ho avowed th.it fato Meant mo to bo his mate Oivo mo my Jester. My grnndnmois mad wllh Grief 0 or rny choices It gives her great rellof To usd herolcc. Hnrshly she chides when ho Culls me sweet posies, And all the mnlds, pcrdcol Up tilt tholr noes. They nro sore shocked, I wl, Hut I en re naught for this. Flouting at them, I kls4 My motley Jester. Thoso wattlng-malds wotdd bo Crimson with anger If they but know how ho Mocked at their languor And silly, inlncfngn.i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

isttjtimiti'jKijmiiuuiujitMijrperT A r SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. Tlio stamped, ornamental loathor, bo popular for artlstlo bookbinding, la derived from old boots and shoos steamed to a pulp. Thoro aro about 70,000 lnco-makors In Normandy, and In all Franco thoro nro nearly 200,000 woraon ougngod In this Industry. It Is claimed that a mlxturo four parts sawdust, two parts powdorod flro-clay, ono part powdorod glass, ono part cotton dust and six parts son ennd, will, whon moistened and fired at rod boat, ylold a very permanent ninlj por ous material for lamp wicks. Tho weight per cubic foot of vari ous kinds of wood, air driod, Is as fol lows: Whlto oak G3.2 pounds, yellow plno 31.4, wbllo plno 20.1, wblto beech 45.2, whlto olm 3G.2, swcot gum 29.0, yollow poplar 83, sycamore 33.4. Aftor wood Is thoroughly air dried, about one-sixth of It Is yot wnlor. A recent novelty Is an Invention designed to faellltato tho manufacture of durable boot-hcols. By Its uso a bool-shapod leather shell Is m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 February 1889

,TO?TniB tfMMBMMMH!! wfwnnumnrMTFHPnp iiwifiw wwsfwwifuMm II fr i unsil (linjiiitiontly to wltncfj") Ciui't,you speak n little fustcr, Uiu-lp JtltstUH' Wit ni'ss Didn't I swu' to tell do truT, do whotu truf, irnd mifllii' but du trtir? Counsel -Yes, sir. Witness Don Isu j;o,t tor go' slow. Mrs. Yoiiiifcwlfo Oli, Gpnrjjo, how utterly liunrtless, almost ,vlek ed, wo luivo become. Husband J3.I,? Wlin tV "It's awful to bo so neglectful of IIouvwi's clioioost bli'.ssiiiK.s. We haven't laid baby's tleture taken lor a week. Culinary JVIuxinis. All griefs with broad are lea. The danties of Jlhe great are t t tears of the poor. Living well is the best revenge. A little, kitchen maltoth a hirge house. Another's bronrt costs dear. Every day brings Its bread with it. Speak, not of a dead man at the table. )Ie that eats the hard .shall eat the ripe. Flies trouble not a boiling pot. "I was taken by a mor-el," iiv the fish A little with quiet is the onlv diet. All things require skilj hut an appet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

W tt IIW1.II umnji Ml in Tut if I ii THE OHIO DEMOCRAT i f p '1 LARGER CIRCULATION ItJOB OFFICE. P -47 Kinds of Job Printing Done I atltOWEST PHTCES. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. .1 More News for Less Money. 3 VOL. III. NO. 05. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. FERUARY, 10, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. mr- ' IJ '" rTiiyfiOko Ann iM wi W "W W ""l n i &r-3 ma i h h ra 4-r xa j JsE Jl J L v JL - JL L-Z Sl. THE PEOPLES' BANK or L00AH. CnBh Capital, sr.o,ooo.oo. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock a pcncral bunking ImiMiuh-h. Foreign DrnfU mid ntennihliln TIcketK rr Biile ut. loiv. est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Houer. Lawkkkck A. Ciu.vch, Pin-ldwit. Okohiir W. J'tn.l.KN, Vle J'rt-Kl. KeuiiCK V. Ctll.VKM, Cufblrr. BILIi NYE IN ST. LOUIS. His Impressions of, that City. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ice Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, Prealdent. Chan. JZ. liouien, Can filer. Does a ccnoral hanklnir li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 February 1889

I I IV THE OHIO DEIOGRAT, I.OGAN. orao CURRENT TOPIC& Senator SnERMAN calls It Sammy-O. A cement bod hn9 boon discovered in the West. Mna Cleveland wnnts to travol around tbe'world. Brazil Inst year acaulrod 130,000 Euro penn Immigrants. What Is to bo the future of Canada ! Just now an engrossing thomo. It is proposod to attempt tho dissipation of fog by oloctrlcal discharges. Senator Beck, now In Florida, will not return to Washington until April. Another crank 1b to attompt to go through tho Niagara rapids May 23. t Maxim Is reported to have devlsod a gun that will ilro 1,000 shots a nilnuto In any direction. A young man dlod In La Grande, Oro., recontly from tho effocts of ovor-oxertlon in dancing. General Boulanoek, In an lnervlow, expresses his prof oronco for tho American Constitution. s William of Germany has put nn editor in a bastllo for commenting odltorlally on William's lauio ear. Tiie full namo of tho biggest man In Franco at prosont Is Goorgo Ernest John Maria Boul...

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