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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

v" 'i"-j mm. WW 5M- J jfSE, trtW.Mt.V-...-,.. . i wiiiaW-4 ji...iin".T . Uaas r t THE LIMEKILN OLUD. Tho Ttlclit llonnrnlilo lllnokbcrrjr Dni-ln 'I) nollrari n T,otituro. "Inr1 ploaaod to a-nounoo do fnclc dat do Rlpht Hon. Blackberry Davis, of Charlottes, No'th Carollny, nr' wld us to-night," said Brothor Gardner as Uio mooting oponcd In duo and anclont form. "Do Hon. Davis tir' known to mcW of you as do Inventor of root boor, an' do man who fust found out data dog sloopin' undor tho bed mtido it onboalthy fur do pussons above Ho nr' on his way to do Norf Polo, an' has stopped off ycro fur a day or so to wisit dls club an' dollbor his address. Do address which ho will favor us wld to night ar' named 'Do Laws of Health,' an' I trust dat ho will rccolvo your on dlvldod attenshun while ho spoalcs. Ho will now bo brung in an' intorduccd." And ho attracted much attontlon as ho passed up tho alslo to tho platform. Ho scorned to huvo boon intondod for a man sovon foot high, but had someho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 June 1889

Tr'nfA' ' V "BPPVWfo V h;'' toTwirwHi,iiwriwytwRtiiwMtTj3fVTwiiattiiMBTwrytviiw,pgwviMrtgy ljm'MW'tlMI.I'BUlliirT'lr S'lllr'SamSUaTSWIvaiMJIMaasaa.iaiS.,,rilrS.S'aiSSSSW.SlSlISM vrGMfmvm v n vnwkWfwdt j "ilT n 1 j, i i ' ii J,TmZ ai'jiiiif 'i tux"" i ' 'fr'l N M ' Ho 1 1 riIonorMaj. JMkIi School. I?. Schwartz, C. Iirlghl, W. Ulsloy Tub Mnrlln, lYnrl Humes, Mil fcjtutniniiu, Anun. Whitt1, Minnio )olsehU', .lonnio ShiuIlm 1:iih1, Oliiia "VVi'slonliuvor, (Jortrude Tracy, Bollo Crawford, Flora Crawford, Alien Arnilirnsior, Kalo JJoylo. A (iriiniinur. .l.Doylo, O. KtlNniiller, C. Lula, T. .Suiulorlaiid, .1. Orr, Allen l.ruil riock, Delhi DullNnn, Mary CJould, iMury lUeOriiy, .lessio Mi'MunljuI, 'Aon Stlors, Faiinio PJoreo. H (rnnnn:ir. Frank Acker, Jno. Itluslus, Jno. . JlondorHon, Jcsho Korn, Arlliur jMcCormick, John .Rochester, (ieo. Stnllsmith, John Wollninn, Frank "Work, Anna Bugley, Jlitth Brooke, Nell Bakor, Francis Dollison, Anna Fox, Mary Hopkins, Klsio Jonerl, JMinnio Moore, Cla...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

1 t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT J LARGER CIRCULATION 5 lr- OFFICE' O A r WUD THAW ANY PAPER IN THE YAUEY. 3 f More News for Less Money,? i TERMS, 81.50 "PER YlftB, JL-fi J V 1 iih.i o.rfc Prhithia Done J iif i I'Sl 'ILJL 'A A A J fc VOL. III. NO. 52. LOGAN, O., SATUKDAY, JUNE 22, 1889. I l-Tf w Oi I J 3117 Mk Rff I H K bh ia ta h h f 'ft- , Si THE PEOPLES' BANK OP 1,00 AN. Cash Capital, !p."0,00().00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over ' Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n tronoriil Imllklni; hindni'si. Vorclmi llniflmiiul Steamship Tlokrts for sale nl low est rates. OITIOi:, oom Xo. , Opera House. IjAWHkxc'i: A. Cwi.vkii, l'rcddent. (fi:iiit(li: W. l'ui.i.KN, Vice 1'icil. Hkuiikn 1). Cui.vi.n, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK F LOG A x, o in o. ,Ofilce Hours from !) a. in. to !) p. in. Paid in Casli Capital, $00,000. ioih V'alkcr, Vrr.sldcnt. Clias. E. JSoircn, Cashier. I1o'mh siencrnl blinking Imslncs iecolve deposits, dt-cmiiiU paper, and buys mill sells l.xcliniiKC. CSTll.YNK In cc...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. " CURRENT TOPICS. Tine Mormon ohurcn has now 153,011 members. Amono tho latest trusts Is a school alato trust. Theiie aro 0,000 womon doctors in tho Dnltod States. Lonn Uute's mansion, "Monstuart," cost S8, 000,000. PArKit shoos aro bolng manufactured at Dunilns, Wis. Uiiet llAitT has mado his pormanont homo in England. Fahs of gauzo aro now seen with frosted sllror handles. It cost $3,000 to cablo a spe30h by tho Prcsidont of Chill to Europo. A Vienna, (Pa.) lad of six attomptcd luicido to oscapo a strapping. Savt lako has lost nlno por cont of its rfaltncss in tho last flvo years. Sir Julian Paunceeote Is ono of tho best swordsmen in Washington. Tun eight-hour law is bolng enforced t Chicago on all raunlolpal work. Fouii hundrod monumonts havo boon orccted on tho Gettysburg battlollold. Silvek ico cream plates aro mado to oscmblo oyster sholls in tholr natural shape A kam recently shoared at Motamora, Mich., yielded 3S pounds of wool at ono clip. Bo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

THE GR0N1N MUBDER. Tho Ooronor's Jury Doolare It was a Olan-na-Gnel Conspiracy. Alcmnilrr Sullivan, I. O. Sulllvnn, CoukIi- lln nml Woodruff Held ns l'rlnclpnli or Acccorlr Alexander Stilll- vnn Arrcntocl ami Ilclennnl on 830,000 Hall. CniOAOO, Juno 11. Tho flrat witness lm tho Cronln lnnuost yestcrdny morning was John G. Gnrrlty, a teamster. Tlio sub tanoe or his testimony wns that two years jjo Coughlln enmo to him and nskod him If ho thought ho could got Major Sampson to "do up" a fellow for him. Coughlln said: 4Tnko a ball bat and break his nose or knock out his tcoth, disfigure hint for life, ny thing to 'do him up.' " W ltnoss snld to Coughlln; "Suppose we kill hlml" Coughlln replied! "Well, It wouldn't mako much dlfTcrcnco If ho was killed." Gnrrlty told Coughlln ho bettor sco Sampson hlmsolf end Coughlln askod him to tell Sampson to noma and see him. About two weeks after Bnmpson cum to hlra Isughliiff, and asked if lio know what Coughlln wanted him to do. Ho said: "No," and...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

"fWSWlS" a 1 .. lltjuil..jniiiijiaixmjliimMii..Jiui LimAvmnymntMm-rBXZlL-HUls.in.lir liummmn!. I vtTiT-Trirj-reiiMMiT,ii flwaiMJirf.tCJaiwwMJigCJU,gtva.iiiiijiwiitiiiiraJi " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.liaEIlM. A.. H. "Wilson, - - Fioprletot Editor. SATURDAY, JUNK, 15 188!) Entered at IhaPoM-officcut J My at an Sceond-ctaxs matter. Democratic County Ticket. Coin mon Pleus Judgo ..10SUPII G. HUFFMAN. Senator, yjuaiL c. lowry. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. S'ELSON ARMSTRONG, Slicriir. .DANIEL AV. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. j)Avrn. m. o'iiare, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, "Godky's" Lady's Hook," for July, has arrived as fresh as a spring sunshine, full of novelties anil attractions throughout. The literary pages contain several good glories, and a charade of eijnal merit, while poems, fashion gossip and work design, make up a great variety of good tilings. The book increases in merit each month, diflieult as it would seem to h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

miimanw IWMMHI WFXB6 PPF-PIPS This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. 211). L. WILSOX, CHif Editor. Wools 80 cunts. Ball game every day. Dr. Mnnsflcld was at Winches ter on Thursday. Frank McClintock Is at homo from tho South. Sirs Thos. Glonn Is visiting rel atives In Virginia. Will Kcynos wns down tho valloy on Thursday. Al. C. Hyde, of Detroit, visited in Logan Thursday. Tim Evans, of Zanesvllle, is In tho city this week. Will Woltzoll was In Colum bus on Wednesday. J. P. Canty is in Shawnco tho latter part of this week. Our band is practicing some now music for tho -1th. Will Armstrong and son wore in Lancaster on Thursday.. Will Mooro was 'in Starr O., on Wednesday sacking wool. Chns Young will move his family to Athens on Monday. Gus Culver will go on a short visit to Dolawaro this evening. Mr. Hamblin, of tho Athens Asylum was In Logan Sunday. Draw a bluo mark on your cal ender. It didn't rain Thursday. Dr. Irvin and wlfo of South P...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

im - atrh rt&i '-. B THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN 8... OHIO OF SUCH IS THE KINGDOM. O folil tho little artni aeroit Tho pulsolcss heart; IJer ransomed soul lm patsoil bsyond Uarth's Imsy tnrt: Das lilted hljh tier wlugs of trut Boyond tho sky; Naught of lior with sIuksIbU dust Wo know ihnll lie But thnt which slnlci wtth oatth away, Anil fuuos before us day by day. As bud from blossom, unto fruit, Grows doubly dour, Bfcall hor swoot soul of Infant graee Improve e.ich yenrt Upon the brlghtsr side of Ufa 'Mid Go.Va p .re air, Surroundml by o'lostlal Joys Hor mother's oiro; Thy fair, trail flower will oxrmnd. Transplanted to a falror land. The'llght has faded from her sight To seonos of earth. But dawns nmiln lu glad surpris In happier birth, , As brightest llonera of oarthly Ufo Reach for tho sun, And bend beneath tho pressing dovr When dav Is dono; So shall thy pure Immortal flower Bend to Thy Llfo 't tho ovonlng hour. O nchlnc, lonely heart, forcet Thy ceasoless loss: Thy llttlo ono...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

vMnwirMwiwA HOGSHEADS OF WINE. irrnnco ltm Now Huire Ilnrrel Whlon RlrnU tho Tun or IIe.lflelter:. Tho groat tun of Holdolborg is to bo doposod from Its proud supromncy ovor all othor wlno casks. Thoro la on tho road to Paris a hugo barrel (sent by tho paoplo of Epornay) which will compol tho colossus of Heidelberg to talto, In futuro, a secondary placo. Tho cask was naturally doollnod as frolght by tho railways, for tho obvious reason that It could not pass under their nrchos. However Its triumphal jour ney through Franco, dragged by twolvo yoko of oxon and mounted on a lordly wain, was In boltor kcoplug with tho objoct it Is to servo than any raoro pro saic modo of dispatching it to tho grand oxhibltion which this ovorgrown ves sol is intonded to graco, and an appre ciable portion of which it will un doubtedly fill. Tho good liquor with whloh it is to bo consecrated will fol low by a moro commercial routo. Epornay is understood to bo tho dis trict which tho tun is to advorttso in ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 June 1889

IWWtuiii ' m T . . Boll's Uio Att. I'rosldonl C'U'V(luiul, before li'uv intlu' Wlillo House, issued an ortler cxtonillnu tho civil service rules to the nilhvny mnil servlee. "When lie did so (ho service, had lieen rendered somewhat loss part isan than ho found it by tho ap pointment of competent Demo crats In tho place of Republicans who hud retired on their own ac count or been dihcbaryod for un-faithfnlncf-K. It I.s u notorious fact hnt until President Clovohuid'.s ad ministration the railway mail sor vlco was wholly In the hands of Jlopublicniir:, that a Domocraticj postal cleik was unknown, mid Hint when vacancies began to be JUlod with Democrats a combina tion was formed among; some of itlie hold overs to embarrass the jiew men and refuse, them neces sary instruction in their duties. As soon as something like equality in -tho proportion of Democrats and Itepublicans in the railway mail .service had been reached the civil .services rulc wore applied to check future partisan acti...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

1 fw www w w r v w v v w w w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 3 The Ohio LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AMY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. 5 MOB OFFICE." J .rlM KhulH of Job Printing Done ' EMoro Neys for Less Money. 3 I at notrjasT JPItlCIiS. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A r.rt k rt J A . A AAA rtAAAAA V V& TEIUKS, S1.50 PM YEAH. VOL. IV. NO. 1. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1889. Democrat. M 1 in V J THE PEOPLES BANK OP LOGAN, Cash Capital, (f!."iO,000.00. Deposits secured by Indlvldim! Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dopi n senernl tinnlclnit liuMncm. I'orrlun DniltH mill .Sk'iitnslilp Tickets fur wilo nt low ohI rittoi. OFFICII, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. LAWlllINCK A, U 1:0110 1: ClM.Vllit. 1'rcsldpnt. W. 1'iti.r.KN, Vim riest. Ki:uiii:n J). Gui.vi:it, CiiRliler. THE FIRST BANK or log ax, onio. Ofllcu Hours from !) a.' m. to !' p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. Joint Walker, President. C'lias. 1J. Jloii'cn, Cashier. Does a BCticml li-inklng hnilneis, receives deposits illwotuitH paper, iim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tire black vomit has mado its appoar anco at Vora Cruz. The gonoral elections in Franco will ooour Soptombor 0. Gisnon.MO has loft tho war path and is raising cabbages. Cyhub Fihi.h began llfo as a clerk in Now England store. Missoum has sot apart 53,000 for wolf tcalps for ISSil and 1800. Tins lalo Sir Thomas Dakln'a body was buried In. a papor coilln. Toronto hns raised moro than 35,000 for tho Johnstown sufferers. The sub-collar of tho Tcmba in Now York is infested by wator snakes. Theui: is a company organized in Eng land which insures against burglary. A St. Louis papor notos tho depart ure of a socioty bollo to visit a "kins lady." Mil. Deit.w has invitations to speak jn July 4 in nearly ovory Stato in tho Union. New Ow.hans capitalists aro organiz ing a homestead company at tho City of Moxico. In tho circuit court at Kansas City, tho other day, twolvo divorces woro granted. Tin: salo and uso of flrccrackors is to be prohibited on...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

DA BABY McKEE'S A B O'S. As Itocllcd by lllniRoir llofnro llln Mnny Admiring IVImiiM. A. U tho Administration, I'm tnuglit. B la the Dooillo with wliloli It wns bought. 0 is Oolltmbln, which to rulo parties strlo. D la for Di illoy with his Rrcnt "blooks of flvo." E Is hi? Kxcolloncy, arnndpnpa dear. r Is tho iTloatcr" that floated him hero, O Is for Orot or, who's too honest by half. H Is for honor, at which hcolors laugh. X is th Irish, whoso voto must ho got. J Is fo.' Jim, who's tho bo8 of tho lot. K Is Ibr Kings County, which was sola out for Hill. Z, Is tho lies that woro told of Mills' bill. M Monopoly Tthlch furnlshod tho "fat." K I for Nepotism trust Qrnndpn for that O H for Orimn, lllto tho Trlbuno and I'rcss. p 's for 1'roloitlon for tho boodlors, oh, yos. Qis for Quay, who thoso boodfen did blocd. B Is for Hum, which ouyhtto bo freed. s Is tho Surplus, which for pensions will van ish. T Is for Trusts, whicn'tworo cruol to banish. U is for Us tho lclds pray excuse. V Is f...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

wr-v-rv" Bffijptrn- &BVtAXiHT T-'TOpW-" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, PP -i I I mi M- P -' II 0. W. URBHM. rropriotot A. H. Wilson, - - - Editoi. SATURDAY, JUNK, 20 - - 188J) Jinlcrcd at thollott-nj)lceat Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pleas Judgo JOSEPH O. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Cominissionor. .FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. WAV ID. M. O'HARK, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Indiana's Supremo court has decided Hint shaving o Sunday is not a necessity. So lias the Coun cil of Logan. Tiimtic is only ono way in which you can have the markets of tho country or any market, and that is to undersoil your rivals. Distort this question in any way you will surround it with any fallacy you may, it is ti question of business. You can't get the market unless you undersell your rivals. Cameron Dead. Simon Cameron, Pennsylvania's veteran statesman, di...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

illfWMWIWI mmiwiTi Wl11 11" MMfwwnrsawi This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, J2J). H'lLSOX, City Jiditov, Hon. A. C. Sands wns In Logitti Saturday. Bruce Dollison lias been pick this week. quito John ITanson ling returned from tho west. 3rr. Joe Kcssler lins added room to his residence. Mrs. Will Stnretfc is visiting friends in Nelsonvlllc. Prof. J. I). Luse, of Luncnstor, wns in Logan Snturdny. Mn Jo Jllbbnrd of Athens wns in the city over Sunday. Geo. Tcnnyliill, of Nelsonvlllc wns in Logan on Monday. Mrs. Will Weitzel hns return ed from her visit to Athens. W. C. Strcnton, of Lancaster wns in the city over Sunday. Mr. J. N. Alltop, of Lancaster was in Hocking county this week. Tho band serenaded Mr. Ter rell and bride on Tuesday evening. Mert Smith, one of the gradu ates of Wooster college is at home. Mr. Webb Poston and son, of Nelsonvlllc, were in tho city Mon day. Miss Dillon, of Znnesvillo is visiting Mrs. llubcn Culver this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

"-yr- 4nNte4MMMMMMitf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. OUR GIRLS. What moan thU raJltot through tha homo The poor piano sounding DItcordant, umlor oarcless hands, For noNv unncors poundlngT Whoso hands tho otil roan's scolding atop. And box liim Into smiling. And maUo him foremost In tha rout, nil "hotter seno" begulllugi 1119 girls his merry, mad-cap girls Ills laughing, loving girls. Who spy, behind lilsspcotacWi, Beneath hti lialf-baM pato, The boy whoso leaso was up long slnoo, (Slumo 'tis ho stajs so lato) I And then, 1th nolv argument And disregard ot truth, Vow and declare that ago Is feigned Tho gray-heard still a youth? 'Tls girls Ms dignity-upsetting glrlr Ills jouth-rcnowing girls. Who, whon ha prates of early hours, Dig shoos, and flannel thlokor, Listen demurely to his talk, Dut. after dinner, snlokcr Bn'cUor (tho bold conspirators 1) To think how mamma teaohos, By bad examplo, Just their wnys While echoing papa's spoochosf Who do this! Girls, humbugging girls i Ilcnlthy...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

fc jmimui wiwufcifc. THE FOURTH IN 1770. nE Fouith In old Sot chtoomovontjMlal Whftt n stupid, mo notonous dny, Enlivened by nons ot our civilized trlolts, Ourexoltlng.orfoctlvo display! No hnpnonlngs do- Btructlvo to eyo, tooth or Unit), No dondly discharge to nppnl, No tolcgrnph rocord, with Intorcst grim, No gcnernl hnvoo nt ML Jjr-j Nosplondtd TOurlon9 In flnc-looklng craft That gaily up Death's river sail: No thirsty nows-lovcr to drlnlc nt n draught A hundred collisions by roll. No rlcltoty platforms n-golnp plump down And breaking stout bonos by tlio score) No nocldonts mot with In country or town Bucu Fourth of July I What a boro I JULIA IL TUfTBII. MB. SHARP. How Ho Was Outwitted by Inno cont MisB Talkative Wrltton for This Jnpor.l HE sun roso bright and clear on tho morning of July 4,183 . Mr. Qoorga Jamison was awakened long oro Us regular tlmo by tlio boom ing of cannons and anvils. Soon as ho awoko ho aroso, droBsod himself and bo pan to unco tho lloorof his room. "Conf...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 June 1889

,, vi ,rirt-Tf. "Mr ji" ''(vrwvjtnm.mrgrnrrTirwTtmTJTTi vi . wcirim.nHii-'mitwi kww ttll'Mi1Jll'tlOWiHiiim,pt1w?nlMWfclf.w WIPI WnJWHJUfHAUUrWJlA'XJ,JU"U!Um"-i'VI II . fMlWtl.IPIIIWUl...Jtf.l.glWOUL.lM JUSTICE TO MRS. J03. A. U'nninn l)iprv)u i llrllcr I'lnro Tlinn Mm Hit i:or Orniiitmti Job wnn iv wpwlerTnlly-iillllnlcil mnn, but, as a pir-tinl compensation for It, lio lirnt Inni IhuHyniii.'itiiy of tho human nico for four tliousiiiul yunrs. Hut It in) nut bcon so with Job's wlfo. No body Iiih over spolron a lclr.d word of lier. On tho contrary, sliu Jinn boon hold up for forty ccnlurtus im a Uorri Jdo oxutnnlc. lint for all that wo aro conlldont tho poor woman tliworves a boltor nlm-o in history than sho has ,over occupied. If she wti3 eour tomporcd Mia had onnufrh to jjlvo an ,jiL"ld tlnoo to lior disposition. Sho was inmlo to di-Julc tho dregs from a blltor cup, mid it la polbln that bIio boro iior troubles with about as muuh equanimity us tho iivcrngo woman would do. In tho fir...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 July 1889

,i?WWWl' . l A C t " t y- v . T lif tf vvvwir'rv wu v w0 WAr v"?v I 'THE OHIO DEMOCRAT g?ir TTVTWvrvTTTTrT ""3 -.iif LARGER CIRCULATION j TIIAH ANY PAPER In TUG VALLEY. ifr f MOB OFFiCEJ ,i ir:r. 7l rr i ii f i n . AtilCltidtt of Job J'l'lntiitu Done : More News for Less Money.? iL JUL -i'i iw 4 t lit T.flU'KN'P l'ltltltiM. A (k..iiii;iAk S.A.AA--AA.A.AAA.wJ VOL. IV. NO. 9 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 6, 1889. Mi rEttMR.$U0 PEIIYEAK.' K i , . -. i r& a THE PEOPLES' BANK OF I.OCUN. CtHh Cnpitul, - . tii.'ithOOO.OO. Duposltn secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand 'Dollars. iDocis u peiicrnl Imnklni: huslness. Km-rlRii Itriiflu iuhI HtvniiiMlilp TlrlcutH loruilunt low. (htrntort. (H'l'ICi:, Itoniu N(i. o, Oporn House. J.AWIIIWrK A. CUI.VI'.K, Ptl-ftlilollt- IlKOUUK W. I'tlliMiN, Vl(0 1'lCnl. Huuiikn I). Oiir.vr.it, CiiHhlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Oflleo I fours from 9 a. in. to !5 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John .tVatl.cv, J'rc.iiitcnt. Vim ...

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. — 6 July 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Rattan coffins aro tho latest. Maggie Mitchell is about to become Mrs. Abbott. Anotheu Europoau war has boon itartod on papor. Thehh aro 2,000 Icolandors in tho city of Winnipeg, Man. CALiroitNIA sont 3,500,000 pounds of honoy to Europo last year. In Franco thoy havo applied electric ity to tho playing of organs. Jin. Rayaiid's wedding to Miss Clymor has boon postponed till August S. A tyi'ewiutino tnaohino that will uso script typo Is promised boforo long. One of overy thrco proporty owners in Carson City, Nov., has an artesian well. Simon Cameiion was in public llfo in 1820 and a United States Sonator in 1845. Hoo cholera is carrying oil tho porkers of Lincoln County, Tonn., at an alarm ing rate. A white monkoy is owned by Mr. Mc Kay, a restaurant-keeper of McICees vort, l'a. Sodtheiin Califoknia has shipped thirty per cent, moro oranges this year than last. The Japanese Government contem plates soiling its railways to a private corp...

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