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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

i'juiiim""T ''"-' THE OHIO DEWIQCRA LOGAN. OKlC POLLY-PODS. Outlniny nel' of clover which I'm snvln' tor tho tccil, Ainon,,t tlio brown heads stamlin', Utlint nwk'- rrJ. Biiwky wocrt: An' 1 Ul, nllho' I oURhtn't, when I sco ltgrowln' thcro A-crof illn' out tho clovor, lllto o s II It owned a shfiro Of thn mrddcr ami Its profits nn' was wolcomo cs could bo, An' It l.nowed I'd lonvo It peaceful to nod 'n' prin al mo. It's like strappln' tomboy, with Its manners nil loft out An usoful Jcs' fur notliln' 'n' lmn'somo Jos' fcr stout; Hut I lcavo It tbero a begenr only tbat It drlnlis the best Of tlio dow and cats tlio vlttals that should bo to Iced tlio rust. I hain't tho heart to hurt It. fcr thi "folly" of Itsnamo Keeps It tondcr In my feelln'si fcr my gal had Jcs' tho same. I sco her In tho madder Ilka cs she was In them days Foro the nnscls conxod lior fniinmo nn' they must lied wlnntn' ways; J"or I know my Polly loved mo, an' nothln' hero below Could hov rondo her lcavo mo cryln', li...

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. — 20 July 1889

T W3 "","?V tr ' i -""V-egl ' hhkubw n ART1FIQ1AU EYES. . Motl of Tliom Until Are llluo or ninoluli Grity In Color. I dropped into nn ostnblishmont to day wlioro rIiiss oyos nro sold nnd asked tho slora-lccopcr to toll mo wlint ho know nbotitgluss oyconnd about tho pooplo who bought thorn; and In tho courso ot His conversation ho said: "It is a singular fnut Unit by far tho greater part of all tho urtilleial oyes sold In tho country nro right oyos, and blue, or bluolsh gray, oyos. At first thought that fact looks unaccountable, but to n porson in tho business it is not so. So far as Chicago and tho West aro con cornod tho color of thoso artificial oyos is duo to tho otljnology ot tho country. Tho pooplo o'it here, especially tho artisans, nro nil English or Scandina vian, nnd holong to tho bluc-oyod rtfees. The Italian, Spanish and other Latin races, with dark oyes, aro in th d minority, und not addicted to dungov ous employments. It is still easier to account for tho fact that tho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 July 1889

!-, 'jftin'M' 'I T7 Sujjaestions to Mothers. Do not feed mi infnnt loo much. Ovorft'odlns loL'f more linijn tluui nnythinj,'clho. is thirsty give It hurley water, 110 If an infnnt jmre water, or mi Rim On tlio hottest days a few drops of whisky may ho added to "either water or food, the whisky not to exceed n tenspoouful in twenty four hours. When an infant can not be mirs ed, a good food is thus prepared: Hoil a teaspoon ful of powdered barley (ground in cnfluu-grliuler) mid half pint of water, with a little salt, for fifteen minutes, strain, then mix Jt with half as much boiled milk, add 11 lump of white AUtfitr, size of a walnut, and givo it lukowarni from a nursing: bottle. Keep bottle and mouth-piece In a bowl of water when not in use, to which a little soda may bo added. For infants 0 or C months old give half barley water and half boiled jnjlk, witli salt and a lump of sugar. Tor older jnftiuf s give more milk tjhan barley-water. Tor infants very costive give .outinonl instea...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

, .WW" H ,p vr vw wvvwvv wv srv w w v w '1 ? tuc hum nFMnnRAT LARGER JCIRCULATIOM f 3 JOB OFFIOEJ THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, All Kinds of Job J'rhilhif lione J More News for Less Money.? at. r.mrmt'P in Tanu. IkllAAAAflAAAAAAAAAAAhAlllVAAAA VOL. IV. NO. 5. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ' rTW IHK 1 'Vt THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAN. CaHli Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Onpq n perioral linnlclw; business. Korean Drafts and HtcnniBhlp Tickets Tor Knlo lit low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. Lawuknck A. Cur.vr.it, President. Ukoiiok W. l'UM.t'.N, Vlro 1'rest. ItRUIIKN 1). CUI.VKlt, Clislllcr. THE FIRST BANK OFZ.OOAX, OHIO. Ofllce Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E.Jiowen, Cashier. Poor n pencrnl banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, mid buys mid sells Exchange. W HANK In central room In the Jainos Illocl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

miwt rw .-- ?f PfSf ,'',,Rw!WfS,r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. II . : OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. A LAttOK crop of oysters is predicted for noxtyoar. A VotAruK convention is to bo held at Paris In August. A irvr mado of moss Is tho latest no tion in London millinery. Legitime is arming women and placing tlioin in tho ranks. "Si-one Mountain', Ga., peoplo aro cn japod hi killing mad dogs. Thiisty years ago our people know nothing about, cloud bursts. John Cnmsiii:, n Marlon, ICas., man, ans a Hold of oats six foot tall. Tun possesslonsot Trinity Clvnrih, in "Now York, foot up $140,000,000. Thk Eiffel tower is capable of holding. In its different landings, 10,000 persons. Missouri is tho only Stato in tho Union in -which a prlco is irton tio head of a rat, Aniopioco of ico in a trrt) of wa'tor will lowor tho temperature ofyour room flftoon degrees. Thk -wealth of Frederick .Douglass, United -States Minister to Jlayti, .is'cstl mated at SMO,000. A rxmiiFiKD treo was Toeontfy- tin carthwlsat Farm...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

w "V! OFFICE. Tho Dlsrcputnhlo Wny In Which It! Af. fitlr Ato coniluclotl. Of nil tlio dlscrodltnblo appoint ments mndo by Prosldont Harrison anil tholr nnmo Is logion that of Cor poral Tiuinor to tlio bond of tlio Pon slon Burcnu was perhaps tho worst. Tanner Is a- mini of no chnrncton or capacity. His installation as ho ml of tlio l'onslon liuronu was tho signal for tho beginning of iv carnival of prolli gacy and oxtravaganco and corruption in that dopartmont. Tannor at onco began rovorslng doclsions made, not only by his Democratic predecessor. Black, but by Republican commission ers. Thoso rovorsals oporatod to broak down safeguards against fraud upon tho Govornmont, and oponod tho doors to thousands of impropor claims. It soon dovolopod that Lomon. bond of ilio ponslon ngonls'. ring at Washing ton, and proprlotor of tho National Tribune, which did so much dirty -work last year In tho intorost of Har rison, had tho "insldo track" at tho Tension Bureau. All of his cases woro "pro...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

HBjwyuM (.jfn- 1FfPlltl r M" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.w. ureiim, A.. H. Wilson, - Proprlotol Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Lotcm as Second-class matter. Ppiuoorutio County Ticket. Common Pious Judgo JOSKl'II G. HUFFMAN. Senator, vinaiL 0. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. KELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M. 0'IIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Tin-: workmen at tlio Uessimer pteol works of Cam egio & Co are on a strike and are being "protect ed" by a force of Pinkerton men, who guard the mills. EFFECTS OF TRUSTS. Edivnrtl Ilcllntnr Alarmed at u poet of Plutocracy. Pros Gijn Beatty, tliu most distin guished and influential Republican of Central Ohio, is openly opposed to Foraker, and has no objection to his knowing it. He lias many good Republicans in his boat. Norwalk News. Thk Harrison administration hits been in power four months and already wo have a first class scand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

?3pVr ,ii iPiiwawMrri mwnwiiHinn X ). f Li . i' This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. JIB. L. WILSON, CUg Editor. L. Yorges wits in Columbus over Sundny. Joo Mattox Iirh gone into tho conl business. "Mrs. Ilnynes is rupnirlng her anilinery store. Andy Crawford is at homo on a short vacation. WllianflTncy is at home for a week's vacation. Augustus Boboufc is working iit Tonawanda, N. Y. Frank Riff, of Columbus was in the city this wcok. Tho Columbus base ball club ficonis to bo a failure haw McGill was in Straitsvillo and Shawneo on Friday. Chus Cook, of Col umbus, is spending this week in Logan. Frank Teators, of Now Lex ington was in Logan Saturday. Eov. Edgar Work and wife, of Van Wert are visiting in Logan. Itohort Nutter of Gore made tho Democrat a call on Saturday. Mrs. Golden, of tho Athens Asylum visited in Logan over Sun day. Miss Lou Moore has for a guest Miss Daisy Daugherty, of Colum bus. Hen James and family, of Col- umbus ar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

w$mqMFF? wxaxmsrwrvoc THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO DREAM SHIPS. IMstitlv in o or mciulow rhim "JIio birds anil clouds In luulow past, So nightly o or Droam-lunil sea -Jly bonny ships iall merrily, jVs slowly rounillnff Into vlow .Al ovo thu aziiro rim of nlKlit, I rom ports ot Slumber onrtliwanl blown, Down tho long reaches ot tho bluo Tlioy sail Into the mellow light OI moon and star. l'rom ports of Slumber cnrlliwiml blown, l'ram Isles of Nlslit In scis unknown, riom charmed bays and fairy shores, Galtcy and llnrgo of antlqno mould Dropping at co with noiseless oars, htately Galleons, trlplo deelted, Vith yellow Ingots In the hold. .And many a graceful Hrlgantlnc, Willi slpndcr spars of mountain pine, And sails ot whitest moonbeams wrouRht, Light as tho bannered gossamer That trails upon the autumn breeze rnm brown October's russet trees. A ban -shot from the moonlit sward, In deep sca-moadows, blossom-starred. My bonny shirs at anchor swing, 0 mailncrs, what do yo bring? l'jarU...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

W$W' A MEDLEY OF MARVELS. The Frocoaca Kir.ploycrt In the Making ol ICilnt Olnss. Flint-glass, Is tho gonoral lorm for all tho multiform utensils nml ornamonts (apart irom windows and dark bottles) whloli mako glass nn omnlprosontblosH ins modern llfo. Tho distinctive pe culiarity of flint-glass Is tho prosonco In It ofloail, which Imparts a brilliancy un llko that of mo3t other glass. Tha lack-lustor snrfaco of all tho old objecti of glass mado boforo tho English Inven tion of a load formula Is noticeable. Lead oxido was originally usod only in most expensive gluss proparod from calcined Hints. Hut gradually It has crept Into many grades, down to tho most common matorlals for household and fancy wares, nnd for all transpar ent bottles, giving them nil u finer lus ter than was otherwise obtained until tho recent in volition of llmo glas3. And tho costliest of all glass, that used for optical lenses and imitation goms, still gains Its extraordinary woight and ro fractlvo power from l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 July 1889

MeWr"?"""" "'' W rnt9ivwwiaivmrwnrvrwW'"v "nFJi'nfMiiwiwtoifrriwWTi"wMWWMWiiJiiiJi"imitf ww nMWwia Tut-Tni'liVon Wool. 'i'lip H si out Wlilcli riiioot llio llnnloii urTnntlo;i on the l'uuplc. I'rmii the Detroit (Mle.li.) Nuwh. Those fitriuurs in Michigan who own slicop tiro now supposed to bo putting the hiMioilt of tho duty on wool in tho increased piico they nro rocelvin;,'. They nro willing to lie taxed on their tools, their elotli jnp, tholr food, their house furnish inpr.tliojr fence boards and oven the nulls thill, hold them to their posts, for the snko of the prollt.tlmt the ta iff enables them to pocket on their wool. And yet the record kept by F. A. Dowey, of Cambridge, .Mich., of the prices for which ho has sold his wool during tho past ill'ty years, ;uul published in The People Gattac, a tax roforhi journal, shows that between 1S1C and 'ISO'O low tarill" yenrs his wool averaged i?S cents a pound, as against an avcragoofJW cents a pound between 1SG7 and 1877 high tariff ye...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 August 1889

s t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT t i ADrsctj pinnm ATinw 4 k lMtlllL-ll IIIIfUK Illll MOB OFFICE.! THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. E More News for Less Money. 2 I All Kinds of Job 1rlntlng Dona' t at TjOWeht riticns. aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAi vol. iv. ro. . LOGAN". O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1889. m PERMS, SI. 50 PER YEAH. Tup .JsL. JL JL M i I f i i if m i $ Us if a i i THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Cnpltnl, iF.J0,0()0.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n coneral hanking bimltipxi. Foreign Vrnrts iiml (Steamship Tickets Tor sale at low st rates. OFFICE, Hoom No. f, Opera House. IjAWIikni'r A. Cui.vr.it, President. ClKomn: V. I'Ui.t.r.N, Vice l'rcsl. Ki:uhi:n 1). Cui.vr.it, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OV LOG AX, OHIO. Ofllee Hours from !) u. m. to !1 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. Joint Walker, J' resident. Clias. Ji. liowcn, Cashier. Docs u general hanking hnslness receives lcindls, discounts paper, mill buys anil sells Exchange. EGy-ll...

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

TWjyT" ,!f!,jtn'(e'mvr' mfvm.- m&&?ftgtr- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Lnr.AN OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Lnvv, tho cornotlst, gots SSOO a week. A Di:tiiit mnn boughtaflfty-cont raf flo tlolut a id drow a church. A rivi:-YKAn-or.i chllil In Monson, Mc, is salil to speak throo languages. Tun King of Italy has boon limited rj his physicians to ton cigarettes a day. A Ciiicaoo baby that was born July 4 has boon chrlstonoil Gloria Columbia Ottofy. Tun Missouri law- prohibiting music, billiards, cards, dice, etc, in saloons is now In olleot. Scientists say that electric wires nro of such qulck-tcmpored mottle that it la dangerous to cross them. A Massachusetts farmer has boon xlncd for taking in his hay on Sunday vhon it threatonod rain. It lias been estimated that tho llfo in surance companlos havo lo3t 250,000 by tho Concniaiigh Valloy Hood. At Nashville, Mary Ann Shaub loft hor property of 0,000 to two favorito dogs, of tho commonest breed. l)n Kami County, Ala., has a curiosi ty in a boy who ...

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

SB! "warwjmuiuL-uii.1 iSIW tt&&iK&Sft frrrrr i ii -r -"BWftt it.raag vlWffifTtrAV,t- tfjWtS&W wiuymnnawjiiniui CONEMAUQH. "Fly totho mountain I Flyl" Terribly rang tho cry, Tho olectrlo soul of tlio wlro Quivered lltto lentlont flro. The soul of tho woman who stood Faco to fnco with tho flood Answcroit to tho shock , Liko tho otcrnnl roclt, Forsho stayed "With hor hand on tho wlro, Unafraid, Flashing tho wild word down Into the lowor town. Is thoro n lower yet and nnothorr ' Into tho volley sho and nono othor Can hurl tho warning cry: "Fly to tho mountalnl Flyl Tho water fiom Conomnugb Has opened Ub nwful Jaw, Tho dam Is wldo On tho mountain sldo!" "Fly for your life, oh, flyl" Thoy said. Sho lifted hor noblo head: 'I can stny nt my post, and dlo." Faco to fnco with duty and death, Dear Is tho drawing of human breath. "Steady, my hand 1 Holdfast k To tho trust upon thco cast. ) Steady, my wire I Oo; say That death Is on tho way. Steady, strong wlro I Oo, savo I Grand...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 August 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BRRIIM. A.. H. Wilson, Troprlctot . Editor. Entered at the Poxt-ojflcc at Loyaix fts Seeond-tdass matter. JOeiuoeratic County Ticket. Coinmon I'loas Judge JOSK1MI G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL 0. 1,0 WRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. PANIEL V. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. K.RIEO. Recorder. PAVID. M. O'HAHK, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL. Lei us see to it that the boon so freely granted to Ireland, mi paper, Is in fact restored to the Cities or Ohio. CiviIj service is lump: 'P to dry. Givn us home rule and lower tuxes. Tin: Bouhmgists were badly beaten in the recent French election. "Wohds without knowledge" The proposed Constitutional Amendments. Tim "little Brass god" has not pindo a speech this week. Truely the cause of the skin cane lun uishcth. Tin: Republicans hold their county and Senatorial Convention In Logan on the samo day, Satur day Aug lOtli. Taiutf Reform, Home-rule in cities an...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 August 1889

'II 1U I UU'WBUtkJ.J'Mi.ji.iA mmwmvKvtiiiijiivfWMiHVi Wi'MKUIIiWBMKiWWrilMWUUlltWlVIWiii)ILIliWTBllftfWPIirilM)mHlJUmmilpjtl'i.f IWWMWWWM ili 1 1 n" TVis paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. TIIE OHIO DEMOCRAT L06AL NEWS." J2.D. X. iriLSOX, Clii lidltov This week will nbotitiHottlo tlio blackberries. INLisa Annn Wright, of Colum bus is ut home. A. E. Prico was in Athens the first of tlio week. Miss Josio Diivcnport spout Sunday in Buchtel. ' C.ipt. Bowon mul fnmily nro in Lancaster this week. Worry Gngo is confined to his room by nmlnrlnl favor. II. Brown 1ms moved into his residence on Murkot St. W. E. Qrior, of Lancaster was in the city on Thursday. Low McGill is rusticating in tho Pine Grovo this week. Mrs. Dr. Hanson of Nclsonville is visiting in Logan this week. A sovoro rain storm struck this locality on Sunday evening. Miss Dodge, of Wuvorly, is visiting Mrs. Dr. Littlo this week. Miss Crook of Columbus, is the guest of her coubin Miss Lotta Work. Mrs. Henry Kcssl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 August 1889

,'"'V ' -4 l,"!fwrtrT""""' "t-!Wwn WS5$ THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.OGAN. OHIO. FAILURE IN A GARDEN. moforo I mado my Rardcn, 0 I win a happy man, i rend the- eoil store catalogues anil loyfully would plan Slow lot or liKclotH eg tables t oastly could ralc, And figured up tho prollts that, they say, a garden pays. Of patent fcrtlllrcrt, fancy pardon tools and seed I iKiUKht about as many at n Western fanner nccd: 1 hired men thnt wouldn't work, and, rUlnij with the lark, J dug till time for business and finished In tho darli, After 1 mndo my km den. Oh I I wnsnwoful man, The chickens ccratchcd my pretty beds, the dogs upon them ran, The cats pitched buttles on them fought, tho cows nto all my corn. And a hog that tried to blto me always rooted there at morn, Then come a drought that burned to dust my garden; then a flood And pelting hall and hurrlcano turned every thing to mud; Then, HUo tho plagues of llgjpt, swarmed upon mo tiles and bugs, Inch worms, moles, cut worms, locusts, cater pil...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 August 1889

miinijiiw'ini'irini nnimjjMimi iljumui immriLTii.Jiuiiii.ii'i mii-ii'ji J. ill THE SIERRA SNOW PLANT. A. Henutirnl Flower Fonnil on tlio Monti tuln Ilcliihts of thn Woir. Ono UiliiR that novor falls to Inlorost nil who aoo It, when iilouo it la found on tho mountain heights of tho Sierras, ia tho snow plant, known to botanists as tho Sarcodcs Sanguined, meaning blooded flesh. Iloth namos nro said to bn misnomers. Tho first wns given It from its supposed birth among tho Sierra snow, some travolers assorting that It sont Its roots Into snowbanks as other plants into earth. Suporllolal observers woro deceived by seolng the brilliant spikes of flowers rising from tho snow that had fallen around thorn In the quick mountain squalls after tho plants had grown. No flesh or blood could boas exquisitely beautiful; imag ine it rosy and snow tented, crowded hyacinth, from eight to twenty inches In height, every minlnturo boll wound about by a rosy and frosted sllvor rib bon, all topped by u hug...

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

1 & fff.,.! y?!mtT'" ei Rfjroj-r Suit Creole. Tlio July riiltiH nrc doing conrfkl d'rnblo (Inmiipo (o Knowing crops junl MMisliing off tliu soil on tlio hill The blackberry Initio Is ulinost i failure- Ikirries are dull sale at 10c per gallon. Ocnenil depres sion follows hand In bund in every pursuit. IWIhs Uell Timbprlnkolms return ed homo from Lognn where who luvs been working. Wlllinm Parks has been granted a pension at (ho rnto of $-1 per tiionlb and nboyt$300 arrearage. Blue Creek is getting subscribers for a singing school to be held at .the school house. 31 1. Carmcl Sabbath school is in tending to have a celebration this fall. ' Tlio bare foot prints of our old friend S. Il. Robinson are no long er tracible in the sands of Blue Creek. But we hope lie will soon .return to his Mecca. Snuiucl Mercer has been confin ed to bis bed two or three weeks witji llux but at this writing is convalescing Frank Kedfern the magnetic pedagogue of Soufli Perry, is teach ing si term of sch...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 August 1889

-Tgp"W( i If fiT iwvvrtVYfirwWTV? vwirwl t ri ... v i.j , . THE OHIO4 DEMOCRAT 3 ' LARGER CIRCULATION 3 C TT", 4 . P rJ 5 fdOB OFFICE.: O? & ' ! . I THAN ANY PAPER IH THE VALLEY, t p ...... . .. 1 1 i.il' Jl. !: More News for Less Money. I j yciirf o.oh J'fliiihifj Bonn h,...A.AiIULA.J;iuiXiid . k. , V J , tXIIW- - i Aiir -w'-wT .2y . . rar tt et xfx vVrir ' Ns. ?p-"' tw & - . te Na. At .rHrtnAAA. A( ftAAAAAA1! vvtl V s VOL. IV. NO. 7. 1 V& 4 LOGAN. 0., SATUKDE", AUGUST 10, 1880. rv IEMR, 81.50 PER YEAR. ..FiMi ntf twinim THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAH. C.mli C'nplliilJ $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual '' . Jjinbility orovc-i-'" "Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe. n cenernl bniikliti liiiBliie. foreign T)iiiriKiiiKl Hleninslitp Ticket ftimnlcnl low cut iiitci. OFFICE, Kooni No. B, Opera House. IjAV'MKNCK A. Ctil.VIIII, l'lesltlelll. Ui'.timii: W. I'ui.l.nx, Vice 1'iesl. ttianicx 1). Cui.viui, (.'ashler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. OflU'o Hours fnini !)a. in. t...

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