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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

y ifi , ,1$ffcaP 1 i Ml THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. : OHIO. THE DREAM OF WOMANHOOD. i. A little girl with auburn hair, And oyos so bluo. Of hcaren' own hue, And features all so wondrous fair. Sho sings In childhood's gloeful vorse Of simple toys Ami peaceful Joyss Tlio future claims no thought of hers. n. A malaen fair, Just woman cronn. With eyes so bright, Thro' the dark night Awaits her lovor's woleomo tone She sings In modest tones of gleoi "0, lover mine, On ocean's brlno Como back, oh, safoly oomo to mo." A mother's lore shines In lior cyosi A mother's graco lleams In her faco; , A mother's faith that novor dies. She sings In soft, maternal strain; "My babo, my lovo. My little dove. Quick shall thy father oomo again." IV. (Vllh frenzied faco and ashen cheok. Upon her ltneo, With eyes at sea, Sho gazes on tlio waters bleak. Sho prays, with heart so sad, yet bravot "From stress of wavo O, rather, sao My husband's bark I O, Father, savol" With furrowed brow and sllvorod head She si...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

THE ARIZONA KICKER. Bom or the .Toj-i unit Borrow! or fin Km terprlihur Western Editor. Wooxtract tho following from tho last issuo of tho Arizona Klckor: Man Thanks. On Tuosday last wo wcro solzod with an attack of Apaoho colic, and within ton mlnulos from tho tfmothogrlp flrsttook hold wo woro tloil in sovon kinds of hard knots and wantod a mulo team to hold us. It should bo explained that this colio is next door to Asiatic cholera, and when it takes hold it moans business at whnlosalo ratos. Wo wcro soriously ill for two days and nights, during which tlmo wo I had Bcorcs of callors and our friends woro anxious to oxtond evory aid. During tho ton hours in which it wns thought wo must turn up our toos busi ness was mostly suspended In town, and our condition was bulletined ovory fifteen , minutes. Our warmest thanks aro duo to our friends nnd acquaint ances and tho public generally. Wo aro now about woll again and shall bo moro careful in future. Tills town can't nfford to loso us ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 August 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 24, 1889. WMiMC''" "" "FORAKERISMS." jGenorul boutly'fl Idea tliu luiuiing1 of the of i'I'Iib (io,)inorN Ererr Slop by Career Markril Treachery, raise- lmnil ami Self-Ulorifleatiou Jfyuelmens or 'uisinpcr 'lilt's IuBplreil or l'nld forlj (he Hoi- eruor. at These think, Cu eland I'lnln llcui's, oi.u.vnuH, jV."K 10. Spoeial. Aijon Beutty pul)llsli'." nu nrtlclo to dy.y doflnlntr tho .yenning of For nfcorisin. Ho says: From nn article written in tIi,o governor's ofllce, but published in tho Ohio ytute Journal of tho li2th Inst, as an utlUorinl, J clip ,Uie following .de finition pi" Foriikorlsin : '.'JJiidr tho julininjstrutlon the stno debt has be,cn reduced In ,tli,r,eo yenis from 1,220,000 to L 7)0,000, the nnnuul interest dmrgo from Jf21D,O0O to $3,CW). .wore Foratorlyms." Tlio, definition given is, J correct. I-orakerlsm means pre ,tensq,shnni, fustian, trickery, fraud liunibiig, clap-traj), falsehood, and ho uboye quotation tills the bill .com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

( f (r . y A. L .. M, , -W WW WW M"W WW ejop ' qffioe. r I l-II? tff-TTO Tll7fnPR AT i" !"S!li. i !-"' K!'t": titJl"L H -- 1 X;1J Vl XJLV ILJLLLt IVyVjlVjri JL pMore News for Loss Money, 3 t LOWEST JMICES. .. ,, T KaaaaaaaaaaiuaaaaaaaaiuaVvv YOk. IV. NO. 9. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. M m - Y THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, 850,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thonsand Dollars. Poos a jenornl bnnklnjr. business. Foreign Drafts mid fltetunslilp Tickets for sale nt low est rate. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opera House. I.awuknck A.Cui.vnn, President. Ueohok W. VVLt.r.S, Vice Freak Heudiin 1). Cut.VElt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK of loo ax, onio. Ofllco Hours from 9 n. ni. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. Jj.Bowen, Cashier. Docs a (rencrnl bnnlclng business, rccolves deponlts, discounts pupur, and buys nnd sells Exchange. ("RASK-In central room In the Jnmos II look. ATTORNEYS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. X-OOAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Mymads of small black rats infest the corn-flolds of Texas. , They profess to smooth out wrinkles by oloctrlcltyin Paris. At Tort Dodgo, Iowa, buttor Is soiling for nino cents a pound. A man proposes to jump from tho top of the Eiffel Tow or Into a not. Tjir Moxican war votorans will hold a mooting at Detroit Soptombor 24. Tun St. Louis olovatcd road will bo Bovontcon miles long and cost 7,000, 000. Tun watering placo season has by no means como up to expectations of suc cess. CAnntAOK horses, only fairly woll matched, iq Buenos Ayres, bring S5, 000 a pair. GnoitaiA expects her fruit crop this year to bo tho largest In tho history of tho State. Tun trust rago is bolng run Into tho ground. An earthenware trust is now to bo formed. Piuvate SncnnxAitv Hali-okii's young daughter is ono of tho popular belles at Deer Park. A Wi:i.T,snuito (W. Va.) dog jumped into tho wator and rescued a half-drowned chicken. The vlntago of this year, in bot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

r",n t JrtfTlr&i,t'i' k i "i V. : ,(t m iMomienlioIeroes Imposing1 Coromonloa of Laying tho Oornor-Stono. A Scono Scarcoly Parallolod In tho History of Indianapolis. Grant Farndcof tho tirnnil Army nnil Clvlo Aftaoclntlons Rovloweil by tho l'roil- tlont or tho United Htntol, Who Ail. dressotl Thorn Kloqtionlly Do- (orlptlon of tho Memorial Blinft nnil tho Hlitory of Its UuUcllng. INDiANAroMB, A?iff. 23. Tho Stnto nnd tho city roso to tho sublimity of tho occasion to-day, and tho ceremonies attondlng tho laying of tho cornor-stono of tho soldiers' monument wcro boflttlng tho orcnt. Tlio dny was ushered In by the firing of tho Frcsldontlnl saluto of twenty-ono Runs, and tho atroots oven thus early showod nlargo nttoml--nnco of tho G. A. It. nnd citizens ffonornlly, and ns tho early morning trains began arriving tho crowds wero Increased until It Is ostlmalod that tho visitors numbered 80,000 pooplo. and oven much hlghor figures nro claimed. Excur sion trains woro run on nil tho li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

-1-Tt THE OlltO DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. AUGUST, tf 1, 1889. u M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT O. W. BIIEHM. "Pr6prloto &. H. Wilson, - - Editor. JZiiteredut the I'osl-offlcc at Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic Slate Ticket. Oovornor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL. t Lieutenant-Governor, y WILLIAM V. MAKQUIS. Judfroof Supreme Court, MARTIN D. FOLLETT, State Treasurer, W. E. HOD EN. Stuto School Commissioner, CHARLES C. MILDER. Attorney-General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Member State Board Public Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Cierk'of Supremo Court, i. .r. c, shumaker. The Ohio Slate Convention. Held nt I)n) ton AiiRiWt 27 mill 88. democratic County Ticket, Common Pleas Judgo JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Slicritr. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'IIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Uxecutlic C'oiumittco Meeting. The newly clcotcil Democintlc Rxrctitlvo Committee are notllled ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 31, 1889. jwwhiit ijiw k This paper gbes to press atSd'clbck Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Miss Nell Work Ih sick. Columbus vs Logan to-day. School commences Monday. 11. E. Ilamblin was hero Son day. Wlnccstor vs Zanesvillo Sept. ltth. Chas Iloso's horso died a few days ago. Lon Nailo lias closed his Bil liard Hall. Lew McGill was at Straitsvlllo Tuesday. ' Pat Canty was in Columbus Thursday. Straitsvlllo vs Winchester next Saturday. Phil Slisher went to tho G. A. 11. encampment. Isaiah Voris was at Athens last Wednesday. John Murphy of Delaware was in town over Sunday. It is time to commenco get ting ready for tho Fair. Mich Gear of Harmison's has gone East to buy goods. Several entries havo nlready been mado for tho Fair. 'An infant child of 13. F. Alltop was buried last Saturday. Tho gas well at Somerset is now nearly 2000 feet deep. Mr. Robt. Work and wife httvo returned from Milwaukee. Simon Nihizor of Laurel has completed a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

mi wm i miiwuinw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. THE TEAR-KERCHIEF. It I only u trifling thing to show Jutt n kcrclilcf, whito us tho Oriven snow, Yet many ft tender nrnl loving thought Is Into Its dainty stltcliory wrought; For tho mother wovo It from llax thnt grow And milod In the field with Its blossom bluo; tm Sho spun mo thread wtiereof it wns tnaiio, And walchel It carof ully wlicro 'twas lata, Thnt day's war n Idsscn und night's soft doff Might blench tho web to Its whitest huo; And then It was lovlnuly laid away For tho daughter's hand on her bridal day. Oh I few are tho toars by tho maiden shed On tho day that her bridal ows nro said, They may fall as sho meet her fathor'a kiss. Yet her heart Is glad with her nuptial hllss. Bin may fondly cling to hor mother's side, Yet hor lover claims hor, his happy hrldo. Bh ' fenr not to glvo up hor fair young life To tho sicred duties nnd name of wlfo; And Micro Is no grlof In tho tears that How O rr tho solt round chool: with Its blu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

wiipr ,r DIGQEH INDIAN FARE. Batter Marin from, tlm Lnrvna of Ititct, V.unln ami Ouii1iopier. "No ncornB,, no Inillansl" Bouton tlously said Chiof Boniioll, tho "On,) tain" of tho remnant of tho 1'oEomlto tribe In his rudo tint! iinporfoct form of Rpccch tho chief without a following substantially snld: 'Tho ticorn crop of this valloy lino boon a failure for tho past flvo years. Whonovcr tho crop Is a. failuro in this valloy tho crop Is bountiful on tho coast rango, and whon It is largo thoro It is sparso horo." Nooxplanatlon can bo (jlvon of this seeming peculiarity, only that it "just happons so." Tho Mono and other Indians that frequented this valloy to gather tho acorn crop corao no more, und liavo abandoned this lovoly valo to howling tourists and professional slght-scors. Through tho kindness of tho chiof I was shown through his small camp of a fow hutd and perhaps twenty-flvo or thirty fol lowers of a trlho that a fow yoars ago numbered moro than ono thousand. Though tho acor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 August 1889

jr' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, AUGUST. 31, 1889. M ysiEH I i a i'i AROUND THE KITCHEN. (Bouiotlilncn Wlilcli llnnekrripnrs WoulJ l)i Will to ltoiltclnlier. Soak woodon bowls In cold wulor bo A3 to complololy covor thorn uml lot them dry slowly, to provont tholr cracking ivhcn first uuod. In summer (t I, ussentlnl Hint all garbage jmlls and other dlslioi uod to contain rofime nod from tho ktlohon should bo emptied dally and rinsed out wjth cold water after omptylnpr. Scald out all such pull onco a weak with boiling hot flodn nnd wator. All Jjrushos used about tho sinks should bo wished out yltli soda suds at loast lOJICO n woolo Tho enro of tho rofrip;orator Is of tho jrentest mportnnco In summer, whon a bit ot meat or same other food may lodge in tho corner nnd taint tho en tire contonR It la it dangerous practlco to connect tho waslo-plpo of tho re frigerator with tho drain, hut If it is dosirublo to carry olT tho wator in litis way 11 plpo in tho lower part of ,lho pan receiving...

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

vsi .-&. a ) f V t v v v r v V 4"v . rfvV4i ww v r f 'Q THE OHIO DEIHOCKAT S f Fhe Ohio Democrat. JOB OFFICE. I All Kind of Job Printing Done THAN AM PAPER IN THE VALLLY. I More News for Less1 Money, g k atLO WEST PllICES. V VOL. IV. NO. 10. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY! SEPTEMBER 7. 1889. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAR. t THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Indlvidunl Liability of over Fonr Hundred Tiionsand Dollars. Docb n RPiicrnl ImnkliiK biiHlncss. JorelKii Urartu nnil Stcnmidiln Tickets for solo ut low nt rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IjAwiikkcic A. Culver, rresldont. Qr.oitOK W. I'oi.t.KS, VlrcPrcHl. UROUK.v I). Our.VKlt, Cnnhter. THE FIRST BANK OFIjOGAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from I) n. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E.Bowcn, Cashier. Docs a ccnornl bunking IntslnpsH, receive ripponltH. discounts puper, and buys and Hells Exchange. CB-IIANK In central room In tho Jnrne niock. ' ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREH...

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

Hi,-f" ""WTn.V, ?if j7Ky Tt" MWWtjfRVT' " -,1W,SB,fp!' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Quern VicTontA is doslrous of paying India a visit. Neaiu.y ovory man In Gallup, N. M.( owns a pot badgor. It Is intondod to adopt tlio olcctrlc light in Strasburg cathedral. Some Indies' boots shown in a Boston ihop window nro 8100 a pair. A national chrysanthomum socioty has boon formed in this country. Tiie potato bug is making its appoar nnco in various parts of tho country. For flvo acros of land on tho summit of Mt. Washington tho ownors want 2250,000. Tun Socioty of American Florists has voted to petition Congross to establish a floral school. A Chattanoooa man tried tho other day to pawn his (also tooth to got monoy to buy drink. Sinrmm.THNO is booming at Bath, Mo. Thcro aro somo twonty odd vcssols on tho stocks. I A numiibh of Brooklyn capitalists havo decided to opon a hotol on tho Now York plan in Paris. Nearly ovory vossol clearing from San Diego, Cal., nowadays, carrlos...

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

IUHLy4 , jS bdfcu& kta MMkUtUtJtKA 2S3C i ; 5 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. II X.OGAN OHIO AFTER THE DANCE. It wns n chntr of satin rose, And Arabella sat In It; All heedless In her bitter woes That slio had flung hor hat In It. Bho had tho paper In her hand. And llorcely sho hnd crumpled It; Uor hair was wild you understand, Tho maiden sho had rumpled It. "With pearly toars her checks woro drenched, A perfect rivulet of 'om Tho whllo hor pearly teeth woro clenched, A very protty set of 'om. And yet tho morn was fnlr nnd bright, Alas, that wo should tell of It; And thero hnd been a ball o'er night, And sho hnd been tho bcllo ot It. Ebo'd danced with Lord Fltznoodlo Brown, h And wlthhor own donr Dick at It; But still sho threw the paper down .And gavo n spiteful Itlclc nt It. What was tho story that It told, Could wo loolt o'er tho pngo nt It iWhlch mado tho maiden's blood grow cold, Thon Ulndlo Into rngo at It? What nwful nows did It disoloso, So dlro that sho hnd dread of It, "Which made ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 September 1889

w ss-(5jjiiF THE OltlO DEMOCRAT. BATUKDAY. SEPTEMBER, 7. 1889. rei THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.WMJRE1IM. Proprletol A.. H. Wilson, - - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic; State Ticlcct. Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL. Lieutenant-Governor, WILLIAM V. MAltQUIS. Judge of Supreme Court, MAHTIN IX FOLLETT. State Treasurer, W. E. BODEN. Stato School Commissioner, CHARLES C. MILLER. . Attorney- Gonornl, JESSE M. LEWIS, Member Stuto Board Public Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Clerk of Supremo Court, I. J. C. SIIUMAKER. Democratic County Ticket. Common Plens Judge JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWIty. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL V. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'IIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, The Tariff is a ta,x. Wn are nil Cniupbcllitcs now. "Dinna ye hear the slogan! Tho Campbells are coming." High taxes, hunger, and hard times is the republican...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 September 1889

ffttfefe JJMt MWEsii., S3 nun imnffit ,flr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7, 1889. ' , 2 j)(t;)cr goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. "HE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, L'hu Oyster season Is now on. Mr. Fred Gompf hits gone to Cincinnati. P. J. Canty was in McArthur ovor Sunday. Nod McManlgal of Columbus was In town Monday. Chas Julian of Perry township was In town Tuesday. James and A. W. Bay wont to Columbus last Monday. Mrs. A. G. Wood Is-spbndlng this week in Columbus. John Hanson returned Wed nesday from Fulton, 111. "Nelson Armstrong the next Auditor was in town Saturday. Fairfield County Teachers1 In stitute had 205 teachers enrolled. W. P. Heft was rusticating a few days at Lancaster this week. John M. Buchanan, of South Bloomingvillo was hero Tuesday. Quito a number of our people attended the State Fair this week. Dr. McLaughlin attended tho G. A.B. encampment ntMilwuukic. L. W. Beery of Benton town ship called at this office on Thurs day. ' Tho Commissioners x w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 September 1889

"Hpw ff' CHAIRMAN HARTER'S SPEECH. JBqual KIrIiU for All. Spoclnl Privileges for Hone Tho Tnrlff rt Compound of Ifjno ranc, Superstition nmt Cupidity A Tell toe Address. nov. m n HAHTEn. Tho followlns address was delivered to tho Jlomocrntlo State Convention by Chairman, Ion. M D K-Tter: Qlntlemi.m Wo aro hero as tho rcpreson taUvcs, In tho great Commonwealth ot Ohio, of ttparty which, born In tho cnrller hours of tho Republic, lias lived down to this present tlmo as the champion of tho rights of tho pcoplo, a party which, through good nnd oll report, has olwnjs bclloved In tho form or government un der which wo llvo nnd which novcrfalled to , pour out Its best blood In o cry strung le for Its defense, and which to day sun lies tint It may during tho remaining j cars of tho century per form It noblest work for tho pqoplc and win a glorious, but bloodless, strugglo for tho constitution-it rights of tho masses against the en croachments of thepowcrful fow, entrenched ns Jthey aro behi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 September 1889

t'i&W'gjgjySS 'Him . - T (SW II nnRRRMiiminciiai SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY. In answer to tho quostlon, "What becomos of nil tho crnclcod and used up billiard bnllsP" a Now Ydrk con temporary Bays that thosoof real Ivory nro bouffht up and out Into dlco and other small articles. Tho oxporlonoo of tho Electrlo Light Commlttoo in Loods, England, him boon that Incandoscopt lumps bo como US0I099 niter h llfo of 850 to 000 . hours, though tho filnmonU have n nominal llfo of 1,000 hours. All plants and trees consumo wator In largo quantities. Sir John Laws discovered that an noro of barloy will talco up 109 i tons of wator in two days. Trses and plant1) aro composed moro largely of wator than any other sub Blanco. Tho branch of a troo will loso nine-tenths of its weight by drying. In M. Mcrlton's now process for burnishing stool, tho motal is placed in a bath of water at about 170 R, and Is connected to a sourco of oloc triclty just strong onough to decom poso tho wator; undor thoso conditi...

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

1 ! OiUU DJLAiOCHAX, SATUltDAr, SEPTBMJ3JBK. ,1H89. X xl J TtltnWI IIHIH'JIMWH.a3msJ1 wmafwnini mitaatwiiu?TMwtifl lu H". I FULL OF FUN. SclontisU loll us that tho cocfc roouh litis 300 tooth. Som6'mon nro born Rrqnt, homo nchtnvu greatness nnd nomo can curvo u ball. Chicago Tribune, It la evident that tho oarth is feminine, flora her persistency In ro fusing to dlsbloso hor ago. Toxaa Slftliips. Transferal) o "Mary, I should bo 4ollglilcd had I as much hair as you." "Well, mum, yoz can borry It nt any lolmoyoz lolke," Miss JFalrnndforty "Doctor, that Is tho second wrontr tooth you' vo pulled out." Dentist "Very sorry, madam, but ps you had only threo whon 1 bo prn.11, I'll get tho right ono noxt tlmo." j N. Y. Idgor. Mr. Hibrod "What do you sup pose) tho bard rcforrod to whon ho wroto of 'tho sllpporod pantaloon P'" Mrs. Slapdash "Really, I hnvo no Idea." Littlo Hobble "I bet you I know." Mrs. S. "My son, you wcro ,not spolcon to." Truth. Tho Grocor "Good-morning, Mr. Oatcako. What...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

K upitw O-T&t' it fvA m v jy..Li-i2ia BssssswfcB tfiW&m ' 4 "larger circulation I THAH AM PAPERjni'THE TALLEY. ?MnrfiNflvs fov Less Money, 5 v. . , , f, Uf t S W ThE Ohio THE OHIO DEivlOUKAT t JOB OFFICE; J All Kinds of Job Printing Done ' Democrat , kHA"l&KJrL1JlZw "VOL. IV. O. 10. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAN. Cnsh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. l)oennpeiirrallmnliliiK uusliieRi. VorolRH DniflH nml HtciuiiRhlp TIckctB for sale at low cut ratet. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. IjAWliKKfi: A. (lUi.VKit, l'reildeiit. UKOiini: W. I'ci.i.i:, Vice l'rcijl. Hr.uiiKN 1). Cui.vuiii Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFJjOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan, li.ltowcn, Cashier. Docs a general ImiiltliiK lmslnr-w, reeclvcR ilinii.n,illscountKimiicr, mill buys imil Bells KxemitiKe. OT-HASK-III central room In tlio James Work. . ATTORNEYS. II. W. BREH...

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