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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

IP m tk'l f scIence AND INDUSTRY. A Slvlss wrltor nttributos baldnoss to a microscopic fungus. Tanntn 1ms boon discovered as tin animal substanco by M. Villon, a Fronch chomlst, who finds thnt corn' wcovlls contain about throo nor cont. of It. A curious crop Is a harvest of 4,000 upongos. It was obtalnod by an Aus trian savant as tho result of an oxpori raont of lltorally sowing small parts of living sponges In a soil favorablo to tholr production. Does your doctor wish to coraparo your cough at Christmas with your April cough? Thou all ho has to do Is to uso tho graphophono. So, nt least, Bays Dr. Richardson, of London, who, by moans of that wondorful instru ment, has successfully recorded tho coughs and pulsos of his pntlonts. In tho juices of tho healthy stom ach a noted physician has found nino now forms of microbes in addition to sovon proviously known. Thoso mi crobes must play an important part in digestion, but tholr principal effect upon tho food scorns to bo nftor it has p...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

""Pswwcr?? i mm -mii-m mi mmHjj)wvmvmawmmVtrtt&nvmmnTW f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.-W.BREIIM, A.. S. Wilson, - - Fropilotol Editor. J3ATU11DAY, JUNK 1, 1889 Entered at thcFost-offlce at Logan as Second-class viattcr. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pleas .Tudgo JOSEPH O. HUFFMAN. ltoprosentallvo. WILLIAM P. P1UCE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL W. WltlGHT, Commissioner. FRANOIb J. KMEG. Hccorder. ' DA VI J). M. O'HAItE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Inflrmnry Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Senatoi'ial Convention. Tlio Dkmociiacy of the Ninth Hcnntorlnl "District, cnmpntctl of thepnuiitlcsof Allien, Knlifli'J'l and Hocking, wltl mi-ct In Conven tion, In Logan, on THURSDAY, JUNE, i, 18S9, At 11 o'clock A. M. for tho mrmso of nomln ntlng n cmul'ilnte fur Stiite Senator to repre sent Mild lltrlct. The ratio of rcprcsantnllon will bo one delegate for every one hundred votes ami a fraction of tiny votes cast for Uro ver Cleveland for President, November, 6th, J8S. UM)ii this basis each of w...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

nTCKRm tiwrKw"i"' ;ft. .1 i in i DJ This paper goes to press at S o'clock Frhl a evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. ED. L. WILSOX, City Editor. Juno! School closed Friday. Now for tha Fourth of July. Rob Work was in town Sun day. Ltnon dusters aro not in de mand. F. B. Baird was in the city yesterday. Hon. A. G. Sands of Cincinnati Is in tho city. John Kern of Benton was in Logan Thursday. Geo. Frasch of Corning spent Sunday in Logan. Mrs. E. M. West is visiting in Straltsvillo this week. As usual, Decoration Day brought a nlco shower. Tide Houston, of Floodwood was in town Thursday. Thos. J. Allison of Blooming villo was in town Friday. Leo Cresap, of Nelsonvlllo was in tho city over Sunday. Miss Kate McCortney is con fined to her room by illness. Treasurer Notestono made a flying visit to Lancaster Sunday. John Monahan and wife of Corning wore in tho city Sunday. Judge Friesner, Buerhaus Weldy & Co., went, fishing this week. Thirty-two tickets were sold to olumbus from thi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

f wiyrgyftrTj i JW5T) ar.raa XiciKttikiiwjii'mx'Mwncnt0Jivmit mm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN OHIO THE OLD FLINT-LOCK GUN. Thoro'i n battered olu gun of tho tlmo of King OeorRO. Tliat hnngs on my grnndfathcr's wnll; TIij barrel wai wrought In somo rui!o country forge, Anil the stock It Just liapnoncd, Hint's nit. 'TIs rustod nnd bent, and there's nary n dent In this old-faliloned cnglno of wars For fox nnd for ' pa'trMgo" It 's not worth a com And I m sure I'd not trust It for "b'nr." Dut, long long ago, whon ray grandfather's dad Was n trapping young sprout of eighteen, That ramshackle gun mado tho Kcd coats fool bad, As they marched through tho broad vlllago green. They say that my ancestor orotiched 'nenth a wall, And rested his pleco on n stono, And rammed It and orammod It with powder and ball, And peppored'away, all nlono, Tho foo could not stop, for, lllto fnto. In tho rear The mlnuto-men followed en mnttt; So grani'diddy's dad pegged away without fear, Till four of tho Heds bit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

,lijMimwM.HHim-iPM'iiiiMi winnwnwwMtoM"iHHMnnm nnirinnmimwimmnmBimi-nTTnTTiiTnr-nrwirnir n mm im nwTT'ri'inirnriifrtimriTiriinr irnuiwt nam imtinriurTf rrmnr-m-in 'Tr """-""-" "" -- nw ,-. MISCELLANEOUS. Tho lilblo hug to bo printed In Iwoiity-nltio (Hlforont liuiRiiiiffcs to Blip ply tbo pcoplo living in t'onnaylvmiln. Tho lnrfroly vitrlwl Industries of Putin sylvaniii attract to that Stato amoiu conmopoiltnn population than any othor Sluto In tho Union. Thoy havo a jail in Missouri which a Rrand jury has condamnod thirteen dlfforonl times, and out of which or cry prlsonor who wanted to escapes has Bono, but tho county won't inako ro pairs. Tho supervisors urfjuo that jails nro rolles of bnvbarlsm. Tho "highest price on record" for n poslugo stamp was rcallzod rocontly at tho mart, lokonhouso-yard, Loudon, whon an unusual -l-cont British Qulana stamp of 1850 was knocked down to a dealer for $250. Tho samo gontlcman also bought a similar stamp, which, howovor, had been through tho p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 June 1889

.') :'' "rifflitinB Bob'a" Wntorloo A Tin L'GiMlrr'H Ulnl (Juickljr Orcr comes the Uiiir-rrHlcrt Terror. Tlio mnn who linM tievorluul nny lilii"; to do with gtuno ulilukons :tui't give u rooster credit for whut lliorc Ih In him, Ono of tlio right blood lllfcfi n, buttle, and n right Kort of a trainer cuui teach him tjuutlca which you would think only human beings could learn. Down In L thirty yours ago wo hud tlio champion lighting cock of tfio State, llo waa picked up in the .country by n chicken buyer, and no one knew his breed, lie was big and solid, and after he had been taught how to save his wind and to use his spur, ho cleaned out everything which could he put idown before him. His longest bat tle lusted only seven minutes, and tlio number of cocks he knocked out In two or three would fill a moving vat. Ho was in his zenith, .and the half dozen of us whoowncd him were in finaucial clover when u tin peddler drove into the village .and began to b;intcr us to sell. He .offered u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 June 1889

S ' r L y p" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION (JOB OFFICE.! -lM Kinds of, fob PrhiihiiiJJoiie t THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. J More News for Less Money, t VOL. III. NO. 50. LOGAN", O., SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889. m PISRMR, 81.50 PBRYEAIt. The Vliiv JLJtLlVll JL THE PEOPLES BANK OF LOOAN, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a iroiiprnl hnnlclni; biislni'si. foreign Drafts ami Hloumslilii Tickets Air hiiIo lit low est intus. 0 Vl'WKy Itoom No. 5, Opera House. l.AWJtv.NCK A. riti.vr.u, Prcddont. (ll.oimi: V. l'ui.i.t'N, Vlru 1'iest. Uiumi.N I), auj.vi.it, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF TjOGAX, OHIO. OlHeo Hours from 0 n. in. lo 3 p. in. felllllmllllltnTraiHIIIIMIIHrfeE.iHg E WHAT DO YOU WANT II? BE rai Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, 1' resident. Chan. IS.Jiowen, Cashier. Dock u Kcneriil lianlcliiK business, receives (IcpDillH, tllhLOiuits paper, mid bnjs mid sells l-tclmnge. ANK In ccntiiil loom In (li...

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

:,.nrufc. EESXSSSStE THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. C CURRENT TOPIC& Inn physicians of Paris havo forrnod trust TnEplgs-ln-clpvor puzzlo has captured loud on. TitE rush to Paris b not as groat as an ticipated. Bkeii 19 now sold In Now York City by tbo pound. Queen Victoria liaa just passod hor evontloth blrthdny. This International Bnl6 Trait has boon subatantlally coinplotod. A Georgia man lias n rod bat which he oapturod u faw dnys ago. Albany, Oa., rejolcco In tho possosslon o( a throa-logged alllgatBT. There nro 1B0 applicants for ono Consu lar placo In 8011th Amorlca. Colonel iNoicnsoLL'slawproctlcols said to bring him $110,000 a year. Mont: than 22,000,000 acros of Amorlcan oil belongs to non-rosldont allons. Stockholders of tho Suoz Canal will recolvo this year a dlvldond of 39 por cent. Home rulo for India promises to give England ns much troublo as homo rulo for Ireland. Enormous Icoborgs havo boon roportod to bo floating around In tho North Atlantic this spring. Charl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 June 1889

EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELAND. Ills MnBiilMcrnlAtlrirr on tlio Principles nnd Alum ofTrtio Doiiuicrncy. Tlio dinnor rceontly glvon by iho Young Mon'H Democratic Club or Now York to Grovor Clovolnnd, ox-1'rcsldont of tho United States, at tlio Fifth Avonuo Hotol, was altondod by about four hundred gnosis, comprising a good representation of all factions of tho Domocracy. At tho head tnblo with John 11. V. Arnold, president of tho club, sat ox-1'rosldonl Clovolnnd, Governor Hill, Mayor Grant, Comp troller Lowe, .TolToreon M. Lovy, ox Mayor Grace, William Bourko Cock ran, Ashbol P. Fitch, W. 0. P Brock inridgc, W. I). Garrison and other in vited guests. When tho presiding olllcor introduced Mr. Clovolnnd thoro was a furor of applause, and when Mr. Clovolnnd hlmsolf aroso tho onthusl nsm of tho assomblod Domocrncy reached a point that at ono timo throatoncd to ovorslop all bounds. Men stood on tho tops of tho tables. Chcars becamo yells of dollght, and as ono round of npphuiso scorned about to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 June 1889

1 ' mriTff'furrtf twiwt ummrMMicim ffHIImiJJIHWHi' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0, Wi BREHM. Froprletol A.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, JUNE, 8 - - - 18S0 JSnlcrcd at the J'ost'Offlccat Logan rts Second-class matter. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pious Judge JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Shorlir. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KKIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. 0'IIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Tnfirmnry Director. PHILIP HANSEL, the coming Imttlo by intelligent study of tlio problems of tho tariff mid through keeping thoroughly informed upon every public hucs tion of tho times. Senatorial Convention. Tlio TiKMOCKAfY of tlic Ninth Sonntnrlnl DNtrlrt. rmnMiicil of Hie rmmlli'K itf Alliens, l'nlrtlolit mill JlorlUli),', "U'lll meet In Cuuvcn tloii In l.nnan, on THVHSIIAY, jr.N'i:, 20, 18S9, At II o'clock A. M. for the purpose of ncnnln iitliis n ninriiilnte for Wtutu Scmilor to rcprc Ki'iil Milililltilct. The rutlo of representation wlll...

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

i IIWMII!UI WIDIWWIIWM w.wn,M'.'jj,wuf)vv!iui:iumwmmir-wm )v. I V 1 t Tliia paper (foes to pre at 8 o'clock Friday evening. m HIE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Jin. 1.. iriLNOX, City Kdttar. H. 15. Ilamblln wns in Logan Sunday. Virgil Lowery was in Buclitol Monday. 11. V. Knyncs was in Lancas ter Monday. Ira Mnoklo was- in Lancastor over Sunday. John Itizcr of Perry was in the city Thursday. Tom Shotwcli was in Colum bus on Sunday. Vic Teuschor, of Straitsvlllo was in Logan this week. Frank Poston, of Nelsonvillc, spent Sunday in tiiis city. Leo Crosap, of Nelsonville, looked in on us this weok. Wool is bringing from 28 to 80 cents in tho Logan market. Our band has been engaged to go to Nclsonvillo on July 1th. Mr. A. 1. Doling, of Spencer, Ind, visited friends in Logan this week. Quite a number of Nclsonvillo people attended our commence trio nt. Tim Evans and Mr. Taylor, of Zancsville are in tho city this weok. Dr. C. D. Mills, of Pleasantvillo attended tho commencement ex ercises. Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 June 1889

Mt f THE OHIO -DEMOCRAT. LOr.AN OHIO TWO KINDSOF MEN. Sowjcrgardln?on nhlllsttlo tliot's slnntln' to tlio south, Ye'll r:ilo such luscious frardlng snss, 'twill mult llk'lit In yer mouth; An' caWililgos nn' cowcumuers an' ov'ry kino cr plant Jest hump thclrjclvcs mi' grow like grass upon a southern slant. But tBlso tho tough ol' red oalt tree, nn' It will droop nn' blight, Unless It litis tho col' north wind to wrastlo Willi nn' light I It stumii the rough nortlioastcr, dollos tho utr.it nn' rain, An grips tho bottom ot tho hills, an' lights tho hurrlo.ino. Homo men oru Jest lllto gnrdlng sass, lest like the cabbl.lge plant, They on'y grow upon hills thol hov a southern slant; fhey grow, lllie plj weeds In July, tad tn'y live' for fun, An' hoi' their mouths up toward tho south, n' jest 1111 up 'lth sun. An' sotno nro lllto tho tough red oalt, all seomod 'llh many a sear, By flghtln' storms thot imlte tho hills beneath tho northern star; The whirlwinds seem to malto 'cm strong, tho c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 June 1889

t !, ' 1 ! i smj nmL p,w aMtt-swwwowwAAnrns, . - ELECTRICITY'S SHADOW. Utilising tho Ionon Tlmt Ilanga Abont Telegraph Wlroi. An Englishman, 0. Langdon Davis, claims to havo porfootcd an Instrument, callocl tho phonoporo, by which tho "Induction currant" on olcotrlo wlros Is utilized to carry mossagos, and tho capacity of a tolcgrnph or tolophono lino thoroby tncrcasod. Tho Induction curront is tho thing that raakos tho buzzing nnd crackling noiso in tho tolo phono and that slings fragments of what is passing on othor wires into tho mlddlo of what you nro trying to toll somo ono olso ovor tho lino. It is a sort of mint cssonco of oloctrlolty that hangs about ovory oloctrio wiro, and is affected similarly, but in a lessor do groo, by ovory thing that affoots tho curront on tho wires. Its strongth varies with tho intensity of tho main curront nnd tho condition of tho wosithor, but thoro is always enough of It to bo n nuisanco on long wlros nnd whon dolicato work Is doslrod. Tho induct...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 June 1889

-"-tT. n llIDlC'UIiOUS VllETENSE. CTluit a Tari (V Un isoa Wages .ami lluilucu'' Prices to Consumers. A rcv.'ComliiPliitf Illustrations. Columbus J'osl Ed. l'sl: In u recent paper Icn denvorod l(i hIiow how rhllculouH was the assertion (if tlio tariiMax anon that the tnriir raised wages and prk-cs of raw material, and reduced prices lo the consumer. II is very dllllctilt Tor even a tarill" man to reconcile such totnlly oppo site rc'tilt--. Ho is in such a dilem ma as the .schoolmunu. A pupil told her that his parents had two ons and he had no brother. How eould the parents have two sons unless this hoy had a brother? She was puzzled until .sho found that the boy had lied. I think that we can prove that the protective puzzle is to be solved in the .same manner. I have before this referred to "Hradstrcet's" because it is a re liable authority. In the issue of that paper for May '1 the situation of the copper market is discussed. After considering the condition and .stability of the ne...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

prmm-vvimffy)iqfl m';fiiw,vii' H"-"7 "yK y3iffirW,T'wy'"'""' ,'i,,;wT;'c""- - Wwwys; i. ! Tl,.,tfi,M i s 1 ' l ' (VU W VT V WT-wVw V VViriFVVVV W LARGER CIRCULATION j $ THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 3 5 fJOB OFFICE.! J THAN AHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. 3 ? All Kinds of, lob 1'rhHhif Done -1 o More News for Less Money. I JtA &l r K. YOL. III. NO. 51. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUKE 15, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 miYEAll. I it w m I 1 Ijr I aff IO A ' I B H w H if Ihf Zjv -i H J$L JL J- o THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAH. Onsli Cnpltnl, $50,000.00. Doposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Uoor a (reneinl bunking hunliiei. I'orplRii lira Ok mid Steamship TIckelH for sale, at low est lnlt'H. OFl'ICn, Itoom No. 5, Opcm House. IiAwiin.voi: A. Citr.vr.ii, I'icmIiIpiiI. UKoutii: W. l'ui.M N, Vim l'rest. Hi:uiikn 1). Cw.vini, Cimhlor. THE FIRST BANK OF I.OOAX, OHIO. Office Hours from !) n. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Wtttocr, J'rcstdent. Chas. E.liowen, Cashier...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

tUGSC 'l 1" M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. An American watch manufactory ti to lio stnrtod In Eng'nnd. New York ClTT has appropriated $2,000, 000 for now sclioot-liousos. Bismaiigk Is about to adopt sovere meas ures to check strlkos In Qormnny. IIoba BoNHKUn still vigorously wlolds tho brush at nonrly sovonty yoars. In England chock rolns aro now onilroly out of use, bolng forblddon by law. Or tho 33 Inmates In tho Fulton (Mo.) Insano asylum, but ono Is n woman. The cablo cars on Btnto stroet, Chicago, iro drivou at tho rato of 10 K to 11 mllos an hour. 1II3D FnAnare !U?:io:?, an olght-yaar-old Chicago girl, has throo Hon cubs to piny with. Ln JIati.v, tho Paris nowspnpor, says that tho next l'opo must bo olthor Ameri can or English. In Now York on tho 1st of Juno tho law prohibiting tho snloof clgarottosto minors wont Into oiroct Tin: ninotoon creameries In Now Damp llilro produced in 18S8 about 1,200,000 pounds of Lutler. Kino Kalakaua, of Hawaii, wants to borrow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

jjawaiw if- r" ' '.- II I i ) THE GREAT CALAMITY. Fuunof JOetaUa of tho Johnstown Horror. Terrible Scones In (ho Valley of Death Tliountuuls ol llodlcs Hurled In tlia tho Dolirln of tho Ruined City A lidtllotico l't.nrml From ilia SteucH of Decomposing IlotlloK. JonxsTOWjj, l'a,, Juno 4. Death, ruin nnd desolation uro but monprro words ns nppltod to Johnstown proper. W coping mon, womon and children nro nt all plnccs looking for thotr dead. From ICcrlnsvillo to Now Flor nco, bodies nro being picked out overy fow minutes. Tho first tour Hint has been mndo through tho southeast end of tho town wns mado Monday morning. Tho school houso In tho southest part of tho town Is now a teorRiio nnd In It nronotlosi than 350 bodies, Jiostof whom nro unidentified. Thostrcotnt Ihofootof thohlllls patrolled bycltlzong with londcd muskots. Without n pass from cnera) Hnstlngslt Is Impossible to gotta Ihe morgue. About BOD men re working hero, clearing away tho debris in order to mako a wngon road for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

mffiMI'itMi TYWfiVrw',"f -' y-, - f p- -" 'MWMrer- ..,,-..,,-cSfflrw.re. Tr.. iimrni in r- BSBsasseassBSisa "I- TV c')iCJt,lsTW,mxl! WlT Ull I'MtllMIHBIWIIIIIlt lllliiM f ' ' f - r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. W. UBEHM, V.H.Wilson, - - -SATURDAY, JUNE, 1C Proptlotoi Editor. - - IRS!) Entered at theJ'oat-oJJlce ulLuyim i"t Second-class matter. Jumocrutic County Ticket. Common Pious .Itidgo JOSEPH U. HUFFMAN. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. KELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. " ComuiLssiouur. ' FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. .DAVID. M. O'HARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Inllrmiiry Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Seiiutoi'iiil Convention. Tho Pkmocjiacy of the) Ninth Konntorlnl .llstrlct, cnmimocilof thpi'oiintU'vof Athens, 'atillclil anil Ilockiiip, will miot In Convcn low Jn Lounn, on THiniHDAY, JUNN, 'JO, 1S.MI, it. II o'clock A. M. Tor tliuiiiriise of nniniii .tins? n (.mulliliili for Ktutu Senator tei rvjire tfiit miIiI district. Tlicrntloofrcpicsontiitlnn vlll bo ono ili'U'dito for ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

WiE8iQm II 11 l lift IW I ft v .'" n'.t paper jocn to press alS o'clock FrhUtji cvi'llili!. TltE OHIO DEMOCRAT losmTnewsT ;. X. MTjSOJT, City Editor. Out! ! Tnlly! J Strawberries are, worth 25c per pillon. Leo Crosai) was in Logan on Ttiosdny. Eli West was in Strallsvillo Mils weak. J. It. Myor, of Ooro 0, was in 'own Friday. Miss Kate Fox is visiting in "Tolsonville. Virg Lowry was in Lancaster on Tuesday. Win. KIsli of Goodhopo was in 1 own yesterday. W. "w. McCray was in Lan caster Tuesday. 1. 1). Kontner lias been nppolnt ul Canal Collector. George lkirberry was Mn Lan- aster on Sunday. Ncls. Fontlierolf and wife were m Lognti this week. Lancaster contributed $G8G.fl3 .o the flood sufferers. The Board of Equalization is n session this week. 3Irs. Will Weitxoll is visiting .u Athens this week. Wheat is beginning to ripen hroughout tho country. Sewell IJonnott, of Kittanning was in Logan this week. Judge Fricsncr is in tho South ..his week on business. Harry Shotwell, of Columbus,...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

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