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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 May 1889

PURCHASE A HOME. YPli- It Is Not Alwnyn Cheaper to Bent Tlmn It In to liny. "It is chotipor to rout than it is to buy," io tho romarlt at many porsons whon nskocl if thoy own tho houso in whloh tlioy livo. Thoro is soma truth in tho etatoinont. It is undmilably iruo when tho mokor has his money in somo business whoro moro can profit ably bo used and from which tho re turns from tho invostraont aro greater than from real ostttto. But with this oxcoption, it may bo sot down as u gonoral proposition that, apart from nil othor considerations, and thoro aro many of might, it pays a man to own a homo to havo a spot which ho can absolutely call his own. Tho natural tondenoy of mon Is to livo up to their means. Thoro nro n fow whoso incoino is so largo that, to uso n popular expression, "thoy do not know what to do with It," which means that it is greater than can possibly bo expended for maintonnnco nlono; but tho avorngo mortal readily finds an outlot for tho wholo of his income. Whothor ...

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. — 11 May 1889

iX wJWTOwrAic - Tr;:a dS iiJifTmnMinuji jaa.w.wtTmnwti e 'wtyr n.twTttwnitwTiwnrTMiJcmtri winyciiitwr aa.ni nniiKH'fii IVU .rwrrmrt Jfrrwiiffiftlt.rttfiT-iiiiwtmTiirtiMrw.wr'. "" Bill Nyo'u Had Tlioitghlu. -The AVmWlerer Halts in MiiutcnpoliHiuulWrKos thii ThinkH IIo Hn.'i Thought.. JJiiof 011 flic Prosperous Porlcr- iVJicrc Clou'lnni. Lost Votes inn, tt'iw "DowihmI" by n He. porter TIip iJiiff- S-iiKiuiinn's AN pliiitiot. Every tlilnkful fitudnnt lias doubtless lKiliuod thitt wIhmi fio en tors tlio ollhio or ntttoo-rnpli (lejmrN jnont of an American inn, 11 lithe and alert limits jierson seizes his valise or traveling bag with iiiueh carnestne.su. He conveys it to 8OH10 sequesled .spot and docs not return again. I to is tho nortor of tlio liotol or inti. Jio may Do an liumblo portor just starting out, or ho may be a swollen or purse-proud porter with silver in his hair and aIs,o in his sock. I speak of the porter and his humble lot in order to show the average American boy ,vho may...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

5 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION tdOB OFFICE. TJIAH AMY PAPER IN THE VALLEY All Kinds ofToh I'l'lnthif Jiona j at JjO WEST I'll WES. More News for Less Money, 5 VOL. III. HO. 47. LOGMuST, O., SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1889. PEIIMS, $1.50 PEE, YEAK A B M it v THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOO AN. Cash Cnpllnl, .950,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over . A ' Four Hundred 'Thousand Dollars. Dom a Ronernl bunking IjiirIiicsii. Foreign DmriH ninl Htcninshln Tickets for mlo nt low est rules. OFFICE, Kooni No. 0, Opera House. LAWltttNCK A. fJtti.vnit, I'rORldpnt. Unoum: W. l'ui.i.r.N, Vlco l'rest. Ui:uiii:n 1). Cu.viut, Cnshlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF. LOG AX, OHIO. Ofueo Hours from 0 n. in. to 0 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John WalUcv, 1'i-csldcnt. Clms. II. Jiowcn, Cashier. Pocsti nencrnl bnnlclni; bnliics", receives ilnmislls, discounts puner, nnd buyH nml hells Kxehnnge. CG"I1ANIC In central room In tlio JnmcR I! lock. ATTORNEYS. a. w. hiieidt. Attorney-at-Law and" Notary...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tnnnit aro six newspapors pabllihod In Ioslnnd. Docking honos' tails li now a crlmo In Massachusetts. Forty-sxven doctors are attending tha Viceroy of China. Massachusetts has 24,000 scholars In her evening schools. TnmE aro 2,000 Icelanders In tho city of Winnipeg, Monltoba. Scutanawbequon Is tbo nnmo ot a now Coldwntor (Mich) boat Sayannah Is said to be flooded with countorfelt sllvor dollars. Russian statesmanship has suffered a ln In tha flnfli nt fnnnt. Tnlatnl. CniUNCKYlI. Dtriw recently took ont I another life Inntirnncn nollov for 50.000. I A New Zealand woman of thirty years Is said to bo worth $1, 000,000, made In min ing. A bronze statue of John Bright Is to be oroctod at Kochdalo by public subscrip tion. The Emperor of Austria has paid Crown Frlnco Rudolph's dobts amounting to 1S0,000. General Boulanger contemplates a visit to Wales. Ills mother was a Wolsh woman. Washington was responslblo for loss than 600 postmasters. Har...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

WWMaMMMM THE BIQ SHOW BEGINS. Iroslilont Cnrnot Tottcho nil Klootrlo lint lou mid 8oU In Motion tlio Vnt Mn olilnoiy of tlio Paris Kxpoiltlon Some of tlio Womlors or tlio Gront Kxlillilt. Paws, Mny 7. At 0 o'clock Jfondny nf tcrnoon, surrounded by his Ministers nnd many distinguished guests, President Car not stood undor tlio gront domo of tlio Ex position building1 formally to doolnro It opon. Tlio spocolios by tlio l'rosldont and others woio olnrnotorlzod nllko by tact nnd tnsto, nnd tlio Bolltnry marring Incident, tlio blank cortridgo dlsoliorgod by a mnudlln Bonsatton allst, who was nscortalnod to bo n harmlosi Imbccllo, dosorving only pity, has olroady boon forgotten. With tlio l'rosl dont woro Tromlor Tirard, Yoos duyot, MESIBENT CABNOT. Minister of Publlo Works, and MJf. Lock ray, Bouvlcr, Lo Qrod, llorger, Dautrosnio and Christonhilo, tlio ablest of tlio biucau heads. Tho President's cortogo arrived at tlio exposition grounds, escorted by tho brill iant corps of culrasslprs ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

tAvairti m mmMm mm imwm mniw FWWHPtWWWW PWf jniwwrriowwjwriTPHlc'wwfwivrfwrwii S3 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. V. IIKEIIM. rroprlotoi I.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, MAV 18, - - 18S!) llntcred at lliii Poal-officeut Loijais (is Second-class matter. JDoiuoci'iilii: County Ticlccl. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sliurl.tr. DANIEL V. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'lIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. Pill LIP HANSEL, od with tho beautiful song Utnl chorus, entitled "My Beautiful Dead." Sonil 10 cts to S. W. Strnub & Co. 21!) Sttito St. Chicago 111., and cot tho May No of Song Friend. TiielJlmwJluTufo. Tho Supremo Court Court of tho U. S. last weuk, decided that tho Chinese exclusion law was Consti tutional, and under its provisions no nioro of the Alniond-eyed heath en can bo legally landed within our limits. This is a step in tho right direction. Now wo should proceed to oxcludo tho crlnmal classes of Ull the "o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

,jja wiw WMm-w wmnwuiiMiH nrnmimw-tcmn9vvjvnJcrt9xTirtKrMT)- w-nvTrs.nrr'nw imhiw wkm-wiimi.p'itwv' w mmif hhiwhi m n" PMWnPVIfMWnnVMMnVWMiKV HMt IIHWWI WWJHi!fl'WrJ!l'MBlllJWWIIlUIWH'IWWfWIWHlTWW I m f s I I J ITfiis paper (joesloprcsa at So1 clock Friday cvhntntt. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT losal news 111). In WILSOX, City JMItOV. Kqw tlibro comos n pul n fill rumor tlint tho Oklahoma boomer m no meole mid kciuiu lmiuor In upon tlio liomownril truck. 3Io Is coming o'or tho prnlrlc, mid with rich vocabulary, hlnsphumous nnd siingulnmy ho Ih hlnzlni; Iris wn? Uncle. From tho Oltlnhoinn region, Ilooslor, Hiickor, Ioucglnn, nnd tlio rcM, a motoly legion Hoon jou'lt seo get up nnd ditit. For tho boom orOi'lnliomn hns a queer, ilo- funct nromu. 'TIm bejond tho stago of conin It Is now about to " bust." A XJS1V collection of Sheet Mu sic at JCesstci' Jlvou. Hob Work was in Logan Sun day. Leo Crcsap was In Lognn Sun day. Frank 15nird was in town Sun day. Strawberries twenty cents per quart. Mr. D....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

EaSSBmK uuamnimni THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO MAKING UP. Was It nil a mistake? Ah, foM your arms closer, i Anil proi my head nonror your breast; yor my broln has grown weary with thinking nnd weonlng. Ami my end honrt is longing for rost. Wa It nil n mistake when within your dear hand You clasped mlno with quickening breath And vowod beforo God that, forsnklng all others, You would love mo ond keop mo ttll donth. Was It all a mistake? Is thoro any ono dcaror, For whom your man's heart crlos aloud? Is there any sweet hope lying dead In your bosom, That your marrittRO vow hides llko a shroud? Was It all a mistake when I thought I could cheer you, And brighten your pathway through lire? Do you dream of a face that Is fairer than my face ? Of n namo you hold dearer than wifol Was It all a mistako? Aro you longing for froo dom? Ah, I pray that release may bo near. That death's arms may talto ino and bear me to heaven, Toawult what was that? Not a tear? All, my own, you aro wecplngl Yo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

WtfF""" ' f A KING IN EXILE. n sun u lie Dreiae Gnrceonsly, Thonch . Monnroli Without Subject. At tho Govorntnont Hoiiao rocoptlona nnd on othor gala occasions lioro, a short, thick-sot nogro Is ono of tho moit conspicuous porsons on viow, both bocauso tho nowspapors of Europo and Amorica havo had much to Bay of him for over a yoar, and also on account of tho extraordinary figuro ho cuts In Ills state costumo. Ho wears an Ad miral's coat with immenso bullion ppaulottos, ovor a yellow plush vest with big grcon onninol buttons. Tho vest Is cut vory low, displaying a largo aroa of Immaculnto linen. Ills jean trousors havo broad stripes of bluo and red, nnd black silk hoso and a pair of gorgoous, flowor-ombroldorcd slippers covor his nothor oxtromitics. On his head ho woars a broad-brltnmcd hat of African manufacture, something llko a sombrero, and in tho band nro stuck at uniform distances fivo long ostrich feathers. In his oars nro gold rings of uniquo dosign, and encircling his neck ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 May 1889

4mmMmMmmm ir rmyXn"WfifW; 1 T"ji IfK-flfW a fH" XCWkMnULW(RVn&rVLMMVMMIl1"llfUrJI,IA 1 atmnj n '..tim.n.'a.ia iiwmwmn mmi immhi iuii'iiiiuhiih . ,h..i in ..m.ii. .,. mm u. u.,,p.l..t iJ'J.WJli 11WJWIIIIW WWWUn'MIMVW"MWHW WWJ'mH'UIIMillfMl'tf W J "MIW I J I WWIM UMUWW The ('npttous l-ulillc A shoinakcr on Griintt IMvor womio imlnlt'(Ui5q(loor the ,otlit?r lay nnd liiiiij- out n nlf-ii of 'palntf Pretty soon n mnn enmo along mid .oponod tlio door and nskod: "What sort pf paint and how do you soli it'."' "It's paint on the door," was the roply. "Oli, that's It. Hotter .change your Mrii then." The shoemaker took in the sign nnd hung up one reading: "I'nlut on the door." He has soarcelydono so when a .second man accosted him with: "Is that all? Why didn't you paint tho casings too? Looks mighty stingy, and I'd ehango that sign." Tho shoinakor reflected for a while and then made a new pign reading: "Look out for paint" It wasn't a quarter of an hour heforo ,n farmer came in with an ol...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 May 1889

. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT fTHV-w- T --, S T T T " A JOB OFFICE.! I I I tT I II I If 1 I 1 Auiu,i.ofMi-r,m,jym,A jj it H V XX IlVy Mfl 1 LARGER CIRCULATION f THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. i ro News for Less Money. 'at LOWEST I'll WES. VOL. III. NO. 48. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MAY 1880. TERMS, 81.50 PEE YEAIt. uirnv krT 1JJ.L V J.V VJLjTIl 11 Moi - A THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAN. CiirIi Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Indlvldtini Liability ofovor O- ' Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. nnpsn RPiiornl bniiltliiK biiKlnesi. Foreign Drafts nnil Steamship TleltotH Air salo ut low est rates. OFFICE, llnom No. 5, Opera llonsc. IiAWltiiNci: A. Oui.vkii, President. Ui:uuni: V. 1'um.kn, Vlro 1'roHl. Uuuih:n I). Cuj.vhk, Cashier. ujjjuig m S ET z3 3 WHAT DO YOU WANT ID r THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $80,000. John Walker, I'rcsldcnt. Chan. 11. Ho wen, Cashier. noes a pencral lnuiklng business receives tluiHisllM. discounts paper, and buys n...

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. — 25 May 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. 8 OHIO CURRENT TOPIC& Cbiiilevoix, Mich., hi clothos-pln eo cUli. Toicio, Japan, has usod tha oleotrlo light for threo yours. In Paris they call Inventor Edison "The King of Light" Inn next consas year boglns Juno 1 ntxt ani ends Mny SI, 1890. Tnp British mlnlstor nt Wnshtngtongets 980,000 a year and his residence The promlunl ou gold In the Argonttne Republlo has roaohodCl per cont. Mioiiioan papers aro agitating for the restoration of capital punlshmont. NxwronT, H. L, celebrated tho 250th nn Bloersary of Its sottloment a liny 14. Pauncefote, tho now English minister to tho Unitod States, Is six fost six Inches tall. This official ro turns placo tho Massachu setts majority against prohibition nt 40,020. The Unitod Statos pays $1,000,000 a yoar to the examining surgoons In tho pension torvlce. . v A train of twenty-two cars, loadod with bannnas, rocontly left Now Orleans for Cincinnati. Alvrnuit L. Thomas, tho now Govornor of Utah, Is a Penusylvnnlan o...

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. — 25 May 1889

.1 lHffimBlrfirTg"' Tn i 1H03. 12EP In tbo grass n matclon Itnolt, Turning tlio green blwlcs over, With fluttorlnft honrt nnd nnxlou9 eye, Hunting a four loaved olover. No uensuro rnro at jenolorgom Scomod half to fair to her vision As that Blonder wand of palost green, Prophotlo of lands clvslan. With a Joyful cry sho hold the prlzo. "Obi darling four-leaved clover Wlt brine my lover tmclt t,o mo, Whon 'this cruol war Is over J' "Wilt thou glvo him a sword, and shoulder straps, And honor, and fame oh I clovor, Qivo rlcucs, and health, and bring htm baclc Wbon 'this cruol war is overt'" 1080, A faded woman with streaks of pray tlor scanty brown looks threading, In sorrow and loneliness took the way Which many fcot word troadlng. To honor tho bravo and noblo doad With chaplet and wroatji and emblem, With roses, and daisies, and violets fair And lily-bolls nodding and trembling. In n narrow grave, n flag at his head, 'Nouth a slmplo stono sho found him, No honors, no fame, no rtchos w...

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. — 25 May 1889

IJWIWIWIHMW THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.W.IiREIIM, A.. H. Wilson, Proprlctot - Editor. SATUltDAY, MAY 25, - 1889 Enteral at ticj'ost-ojlcc at Lotan as Second-class matter. Democratic County Ticket. Itoprcjentntive. WILLIAM P. PKICE. Auditor. .NELSON ARMSTRONG, SherJh". DANIEL W. WltlGHT. Commissioner. , FRANCItf J. KltlEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. O'HARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Inflrninry Director. PHILIP HANSEL. illustrations Is each n gem in its wny. Tho double fnshion-plnto presents a charming nrrny of tho lust summer costumes; tuul thoro nro, besides, numerous ftnd varied patterns for dress unci needlework. Tlio opening story "Dick Morton's Messenger," Is u capital skotch nnd fitly illustrated. Indeed tho cntiro literary contents merit unqualified praise. Address Peterson's Magazine, Philadelphia, Pa. Qodi'.y's Lady's Rook for Juno comes to us like tho sweet breath Tin: Democratic State conven tion is fixed for Dayton on Tuesday and Wednesday August 27 and 28. Tiik Atlantic coast was visited...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 May 1889

This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L0AL NEWS. JCJK X. WILSON, City Editor. That's Different. I nnked licr If sho'tl tnkn a stroll, Hho ku!(1 alio didn't care. I imkcil licr If sho'tl tnlco ny nnn, Hlic snld idle didn't erne I ciirluwlyminnrlcctl "How wnrin," Hho nalrl ulio dliln'tcnrc. " Iot' tnko tlio opera lt" sold I, Slio snld rIio didn't enrc. ' Wlint sontK tin you prefer I'd buv', Shcmld Hho didn't en re. Quoth I, when coIiir home, Ico crcnm7" Hue wild kIio didn't caro "Oli, do I wnkoortlo I drenm?" hilio mild isho didn't en re. "Oh, will j ou bo my bonny bride?" Hho snld who didn't enrc to have More tlinn ono lununnd at n time. How's this for "freeze out" School will bo out next week. Col. F. P. Rempel is again ablo to be out. The street lamps have all been re-tnrred. Judge Friesner was in Lan caster Saturday. Ed Collins, of Monday was in Logan Saturday. Iteber & Co., nro repapering their store room. Win. Bowlby will go to the Magnetic ...

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. — 25 May 1889

-ivn'wiilrmctrswT' ' - tpYrtf4,',s,"',TS'51 W Gy"M r' wpfrw rm v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN OHIO A BOY'S WISE CONCLUSION. Bho wuz a old maid, Aunt Suo was, Bho nevor had nny llttlo lioja Er RlrlJ, llko moit of women docs. I guess sho didn't lllto tho nolso Anil bother 'at a baby brings, Anil ho God didn't soml her nono, But let om stay nnd wear tholr wings. IbntheylnioaslRhtof funl I'l o uot a biby brotlior thcro. Anil no's pot wines, and, If I'm Rood, I'm ROin' to dlo and liaro a pair Some time, 'canto mamma said I would. When Aunt Suo win a Rirl.ma said, Sim had nbonu, Ilka Slstor lies. Ilo went to tho w ar and come bivclt doad, And that's nil "at saved fier. I ruoss, 'Cnuo SJ ho hadn't lost his liro, Ilo would a come bao't aftor her; And sho'd 'a h id to bo his wlfo I And ro with Mm jMevtry" hrt I'd thlnl: sho'd a been awful Rind Uecaue ho didn't come, but dlod, But .stia of thnt It mado her sad, And mamma snld sho wont and cried. And mnmmn said, a lone, Inns whllo After her bemi w...

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. — 25 May 1889

lejW" THE ARIZONA KICKER. . TWwtern Editor with a Orent Many Thing to TAto For. Tho last lssuo of tho Arizona Klokor contalnod tho following: ExriANATonr. Tho absonco of our society column for tho lti9t throo is sues scoms'to call for an explanation. Tho troublo was jealousy among tho bon ton. If wo happonod to mako a flvo-llno nnnouncomont that Mrs. Colonol Dnsh oxpootod hot' brothor-in law direct from tho California ponU tontlary on a cortaln dato, and only a four-lino itom to tho ofToot that Mrs. Judgo Do Soto, imported her hustlo direct from Znnslbar, thoro was an Ill fooling which stirred up tho ontiro community. We Doom. Whllo tho towns about us havo boon bragging of their pro gross, wo havo kept quiot nnd got in our work without kicking up any cloud of dust. Brag is all right In its way, but wo don't proposo to corao out with a double-loaded, scaro-hend nrllclo ovory tlmo a citizen hangs a now front gato. Booms aro good onough in their way, but thoro must bo merit bohind them...

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. — 25 May 1889

nmnMKM.'rrTr9trminiw"wm miMjwuim'i FtiFuw'w pji rrfjow3ijim...iaM.iiiaM;Tra.a..'jL.w nvoiu Pick up Baby. Another iVhnl Hnininicfl lo n Slranjjor who Was rolllo to n Mother in u (JroiYil. Ho wna a heavy swell from Lon don, sloping at tho St. Denis Hotel .si ml lio was standing Wednesday at tho corner of Fourteenth street .utul Fifth avt'iinc, waiting for tho jiuriirtc, when ho saw ti well-dressed woman with a baby helplessly Struggling in tho douse crowd that packed the sidewalk. Politely lift ing his hntjtho dignified llrltisher .said: "Madam, that ehild will bo crush ed. Whoro do you want to go'.'" ''Oh, sir, said tho perspiring mother with an appealing look, I nm trying to get Into Sixth avenue. "AH right, I will help you, as I want to get to tho Elevated Sta-' tlon, was tho reply. Lot mo t iko tho baby '."' The child was transferred to tho arms of tlie sturdy English dude, who pushed his way through tho crowd, and in a low minutes had reached the middle of tho avenue. Looking aro...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

TiTT" tm!iyrX' LARGER CIRCULATION 1 THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. LlJiirfoJbftPWMi,2one JL M li VA JL 11 V7 jLF JL X A V V X V JLjL JL I F at. LOWEST PRICES. 1 MUUMUUMIUJtUAMuUl . . ' - I More News for Less Money, i VOL. III. NO. 49. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 Im YEAH. m " XTf V f ' THE PEOPLES1 BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock n ucnernl bunking business. Foreign Drafts itiul Steamship Tickets Tor sale nt low out rntcs. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. I.awiihnck A. CHii.vmt, 1'rcsldcnt. Uboiiuk W. 1'ui.i.kn, Vlro Prost. Kkuiikn I). Cui.vku, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 0 a, m. to 8 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, IreitlfUsnt. Chan. K. Itowen, Canhlev. Does it troncrtU banking business, rccclvw deposits, discount paper, nmi buys and sells l-Jxclmngc. DMIANK In ccntrnl room In the JaincK It look. ATTORNEYS. GW. BBEHM. Atto...

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. — 1 June 1889

H3fTfi "fT-r ""JWPfWT" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. The Now York Herald Is advocating tnoo brcochos. GovitnNon Dtaas, of Dolawaro, owns 80,000 pencil troos. Colk & Woon nro doalors In wood and coal In Now York city. Alns. Fiiank Leslie Is going to start n fashion pnpor In London. Tnis latost lmportod novelty Is nn artifl lal snuiago casing of pnpor. The now Governor of Utah was onco n tnossengor boy in l'lttsbtirgh. A SMOKE consumor that roally consumes is roportod ns one of tho lntoit inventions. Kutoni:r thnt .Inmcollnssoll Lowell hns gono to England to wed n vtomnn of runic Sin John- Laws has just given ijflOT.OOO for tho promotion of ngrlculturo in Eng land, The loading city of Oklahoma haj grown at tho rata of five thousand per cent a month. New YoitK hnsn't had enough of glory. Now her good peoplo nro talking of having a, world's fair in 1802. CniOAGO is vt rotlllng with the annexitlon question. To nnnox or not to annex tho suburbs is tho question. l'owsm...

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