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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS W. K. Vanreriiilt has dlschargod lis S10.000 chef. "Fnoi" Wiggins, of Ottawa, prodlcts nn opon wlntor. Tun month with an r in It is horo, and Oysters nro now rlpo. A l'OST-orricn in North Carolina Is to 1)0 named "Unby McKco." It is now assorted that thoro aro fully eighty varieties of tomato. An Enstorn Ohio man only thirty-four years of ago is a grandfather. Michigan's now S500 liquor tax law begins to operate on Octobor 1. ; There will bo no "watorlng-placosoa-son" nftor tho 20th of Soptombor. Fourteen hundred men aro now om ployed at tho Brooklyn navy yard. New England is having no lack of quartcr-mlllounlal anniversaries nowa days. A l'OST-OFricn in Fulton County, Pa., bears tho briof and unromantic naino of "Sis." Boston spont about 8100,000 during tho vacation season on hor school houses. Ja"v Goui.ii thinks Governmental con trol of tho telegraph both practical and advisable. Alice Liehmaxn, ngod nlno. is as tonishing London crit...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

r 1 1 wiiniinr . . i ijiii i .t. 1, mam "'j w m1 auu -isestfrsraa SWKaBtraCTCB"V PSSZTSWW , tl v v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO "THE STORY OF A FLOWER. i j A spotless thing enough, tlioy said, r Tho drift, porchanco, from foreign lands, Washed In atop of mighty tldos And lightly left along tho sands. Was It tho troasuro otsomo shollt Somo lalandor's forgotten beadf A wavo-worn polyp frdm tho root? Tho gardener said: "It Is a seod.' "Bury It," sold ho, "In tho soil; Tho earth will qulclton hore, as thoro, With v ltal forco so fair tho seed, Tlio blosoin mustbo wondrous fair I" Ah, woo, to loso tho amplo breath Of tho salt wastes I To too no moro Tho sacrlllco of morning burn , And blot tho stars from slioro to shore. Ah, woo, to go Into tho dark I Was It for this, tho buoyant slldo Up tho stoop surge, tho (light of foam, Tho great propulsion of tho tldof To loso thn half-dovolopcd dream Of unknown powers, tho bursting throo Of destinies to bo fulfilled, And go Into tho dark ah, woo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SATUBDAY. SEPTEMBER,. 1U, 1889. tZ&&Ttt9tjtiaTftftttwmMti HnmiV wwwwr 3Lmnrsmt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q. W, UREHM. Proprietor A., H. Wilsoji, - - i ,. Editor. Jin ford at the Pot-oj)lcc alLoyan as Second-class matter. Democratic Stato Ticket. Governor, J AMISS K. CAMPBELL. Lieutenant-Governor, WILLIAM V. MAHQUIS. Judge of Sitprumu Court, MARTIN J). FOLLETT. .Stale Treasurer, W. E. I10DEN. Stato School Commissioner, CHARLES C. MILLER Attorney- General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Member Stato Board Public Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Cleric of Supreme Court, I.J. 0. SIIUMAKER pemocvutc County Ticket. Common Pleas Judge JOS, KPII G. HUFFMAN, Senator, VIRGIL C. LOVRY. Representative. WILLIAM P.PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriir. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. r Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'IIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Saturday at 57 Broadway N. Y. City hi a most convenient form, at ifil.OO per year, $1.00 for six months, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

rhu'iPittsscKszsiSi &wmw&a e "'SSS'SSSBtjbtjr 'hT'i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER !U, 1889. t :. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, School begins Monday. Ed Juntos tins moved to Col umbus. Poto Rcektcnwaldt Is again In the city. Mr. Ruben Spurrier Is nt homo this week. Nols Armstrong was In town Thursday. Circuit Court Oct. 10, Common Pleas Oct. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Auditor Bowen nro in Cincinnati. John Shlvoly moved to Colum bus Inst Saturday. Philip Carroll of Perry tp., was in Logan yesterday. Mrs. A. II.X Brooko is visiting at Findlay this week. Lewis Deiph and wife are visiting in Cincinnati. Robert Blackston of Sand Run was in the city Saturday. J. v. l'oston 01 uoiummis was a Logan visitor yesterday. Miss Kate Bowlby has gone to "Woostor to attend school. . Jacob R. Calvert of Laurel was in town on business yesterday. D. J. Cresap and daughter Edna have gone to Annapolis, Md. E. B. Comly of Florence, Ala., was on o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

Tpfi'm ""ll 1. 1' W n' I J, j(fW(Wl,f' TJ-fJ-' ' atijn- i4r" II H 1 HIS ONE REQUEST. Sweot ono, whon I proposo to you. As somo day I will DannRO to, O, answer not, as young girls do: "I'll bo a sister to you." I probably will Itncol ana sigh: "Bs mlno, oh angel, or I die." la which case, ah, do not roply: "I'll be a sister to you,.' ' Vur cold disdain I would not four, I might onduro n haughty sneor; But I could nevor boar to hear : "I'll be a lister to you." i Itcfuso mo for my dearth of gold, For that I am too young, too old, Too stout, too thin; but oh, withhold "I'll be a sister to you." Of real sisters I've a scoro, And I oxpect a number moro, Jor half a scoro havo said boforo: "I'll be a sister to you." l Harry II. Smith, In America. FORTUNATE FINDERS. Itomarkablo Dlsoovorlos of Lost Valuablos. .Money Patiences That Mad Deen Trampled to tho Mud Two ltinc Stories titrunco Discoveries of Mlsiluc Dlauioniis anil Tnlunbla Man uscripts. Tho paymaster of a largo railroad -company, h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

'", y W liW Ufc IW MWlfaU, --CTM--lai !KJgMflilUAiL-WliJUUUUJ,mig fMtfiftnvnii if AN ARTISTIO NOTION. OTootl-Cnrvhur (! T.ntcat Ifnahloimble rna II mo fur I.utllra. That various flolds of labor and nrt hlthorto cxoliialvoly occupied by tnon nro being rapidly invaded by women, Is a fact that finds n sti-llcing llluBtrn Hon in tho onthuslaam with whloh many lmllos of lclsuro uro turning' tholr attention to wood carving. This nrt, in tho mindB of thoso unin formed upon tho subject, is confounded with tho woi'lc turned out by tho scroll saw, but it 1b an entirely dtfforont pur suit; and though it has ongnged tho at tontlon of ladlos In Kuropo for somd years, it has novor until now recolved consideration among fash lonablo women In this country who havo tlmo to give to tho cultivation of tholr okill in this diroctlon. Several ladies of prominent famillos who havo buon dcoply interested in wood carving ns a pastimo during last winter havo, since tholr doparturo for tholr country Boats, ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

- .,M d OjlxiO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 14, 1889. aXJU rM Wl.HWWyTTU'WX WTfT W ,IHMWHC:nTTT,yiUilMM.WfPUH,i W.liMIIV fl SJIMBa MMKWWWt wwww GPlfcN&Of? UNRIVALCU. The Hold ninlnjr Hull In tho Imperial future t "ilincnw. Hqro, rtttor his coronation, tho I"m jmror wotirn for tlio llrst tlmo till tlio jtmporliil lnsl-fiili, dines niijldit hfa noblm. anil receives tlio cotiRrntulu tlons of lilo foroijjn. iiinbiissmlora. This hull. lwllt by Hnlltui arohltocU In 1-lfll. hns boon mstornil dliritiir tho present roif-u lu u simjilo anil nroliroo-' wlioro logically o.xnut manner, mid prlmltivo munil pnliitlns lmviuj; boon repro duced with tho uiil of ancioiit descrip tions thereof In (reliuto stylo by poiis nnt lninnro-piilnlow. Around tho pil lar in llio center of this hall is u sorles of shelves forming a buftol, on which J,ho imperial plato is dlsplayod on Brand days during tho visits of the Tsar. Wo nro sorry to add that tho Inestlmablo precious troasuros of anoiont gold and silv...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

jjjOjtejlJliAMIite '.a&?h; yyJt!j5jf'H.M3af.t'' I "--'ilMUW""' ,'ftf.wwa. f-.9-L.fJL... li-lI-. ' iHfpBnr-," li j----jin,--.-r. ' - ' ;,-l- EXTRA. SUPPLEMENT- '91 T i ; '", 'ife. 1 .,- 'Mi uwrwv iri.ii'j !'l V7l'IUfl'-. ' ,l -u Vim aovRrtKort ' JAMES E. CAMPBELL, Of linmlUon.-Butlor County WILLIAM V. MARQUIS, 01 Bpjlpfqntainc, Logan.Go.nnty. Fpn J.unrin dp suniEMu coutvr MARTIN D. FOLLETT, Of 'Mqriottn, Washington CQtinty. P0h STATU TREASUItKR Of Cnnjiridgo, Guprnrjp'y County. FOR BTA'TK BCHOOI, COMMIRSIONnii CHARLES C. MILLER, . 01 Ottawa, Putnam ..Qounty. rgnyoRNVtqisNERA'F,, , JESE'M..L:EVIft,: Of Urbana; Champaign County. tt I' ' n'MKifDKR STATK IlOARn rUBLIO WORKS li . FRANK REY.NOLD8, .!', '"' Of iOIricjrinatl, Hamilton County. J ,, R,',9rrt.DrJ,!,l2lr5!l!t,J COURT h '.! 'IiJ.C.SIIUMAKER, : .. Of, Tiflln, Seneca County; TIIE I'tATTFaRHf. v I. The Democracy or Ohio, In conwf n- " ! iflon mtMmbled, approve the cloclnrn- ,,;fnorprinclplciiiiadfiby tbo?ffttnfinl ,. ' ncraorrnc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 September 1889

tvmijjpji JHWT' ffSfM SUPPLEMBNT--EXTRA!: Wfe - to worsteds, so as to Incrcaso tho pronts of the Eastern manufacturers ot these article at the oxponso of tho wool-growers ami all classes of pcoplo In the West who consumed tho product of tho Eastern manufacturers. Hut the ltcpubll cans in convention assembled forgot to thank tho samo Secretary of tho Treasury, or heartily In dorso him for a ruling by which ho admitted cer tain classes of raw material, In tho nature of waste wools. Into this country at a lower rate of duty, by which means tho Eastern manufacturer Is enabled to purchaso tho cheap raw matorlal and incrcaso tho profits on his manufactured nrtlclo-by tho ruling of tho ltepubllcan Secre tary of tho Treasury. This Is what Is called "whip-sawing tho turn." Tho manufacturer gets the adrautago at both ends of It, while tho West ern wool-grower and all classes of people- who consume tho manufactured article- aro taxed to Increase tho profits of tho producer and manu facturer. T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

HWg!M &&$& f gvgy 7 tri'' r t r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT EJOB OFFICE. ill Kinds of Job Printing Done ' at LOWEST PRICES. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAI VOL. IV. NO. 11. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN, Cash Cnpitnl, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Handrod Thousand Dollars. Does n eoncritl blinking luminous. . torplRti Drnfm una Steamship Tickets for salo nt low est rntes. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honse. Iiawjikxck A. Cui.vkk, rresldcnt. Or.oitnu W. P1IM.KN1 Vlco Prcst. IIkuukn 1). CUI.VEU, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. liowen, Cashier. Dock a general blinking business, rccolvcn dopolts, (IlscouuU) paper, and buys and hcIU Uxchnngc. tB ANIC In central room In tlie James lock. Bloc ATTORNEYS. G, W. BBEHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Holllson Hnildlng Logan, O. Collections of Clulnm, Notes nnd Accounts, Moiteiiees, Leases, Contrncls, Deeds, Wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

'1 " ' i -feitiH -r "u(B5, w gp--uT 71 'W"wlfrV"BWlfplS" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Yellow fovor Is raging in Spain. RiciiAiti) Wacini-ii's signature la al most undecipherable Tiik recent Ilnytlan rebellion Is said to havo cost 810,000,000. An altar ot golden-rod was used In n Springfield (Maiw.) wedding. Tin: Empress of Japan Una again de cided to conio to this country. 1'itiNci: Aliu'rt Victoii la going to India to investigate tho tigers. Fish havo been caught in tho Quit of California at a depth of 1,400 feet. Tiik Chickasaw Nation is about to pass a law disfranchising whl to voters. Edison smokes a great deal; tho moro A'ork ho docs, tho moro cigars ho con sumes. A cow that always gives two calves at n birth is owned by Zoba Wog, of Kon nott, Pa. Facetious Englishmen call tho Amer ican minister's houso in London Lin coln's Inn. Buffalo, Dak., has a three-year old boy who weighs eighty pounds and is four foot high. I. 11. Baiiniiai!T, a farmer of Pottis Count...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. J-OGAN. OHIO THE FARMER'S BOY. Oh toll mo not of olty bonux, Who strut nbout with dyod mustnclios, Who owo tho tnllor for tho olothos In which thoy cut ttaolr oxtrn dashes. Tho city (op I no'cr will choose To trond with mo tho path ot tlfo, sir. And should ho woo, I'd o'orrotuso; I'd soorn to bo n dumly's wife, sir. Tho farmer boy with ruddy faco, Whoso hand Is brown with toll and tan, sir, Whoso brow Is wot with honest sweat, Is my ldoal ot a man, sir. IIo Itnows his place, nml fools dlsgraco Is not attached to honost labor, IIo' Is n blessing to his race, A goodly man, a kindly neighbor. Nc'or sing to mo of city boys Who walls tho streots so vory grandly, 1'ollto whono'cr thoy moot tho rich. And bow and smllo so very blandly. Tho lowly poor thoy ncvor sec, And needy one whonovcr mooting Thoy coldly pass, 'tis not genteel To havo a heart with kindness boating, Then oh ho farmer's boy formot IIo holds communion sweetwlth naturoi IIu roams tho Holds with Joyous gle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

'' MWiDpt-'TW TlIE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 21, 18H9. whtmrm?trj3nTii'erttarTntnm)tmM3VLMwu THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o.vr.BarnM. Froprletoi Editor. A. H. "Wilson, - Entered atthc Post-office at Logan as Secoud-class matter. Democratic State Ticlcot. Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, Lieutenant-Governor, AVILLIAM V. MARQUIS. Judge of Suproitia Court, , MARGIN 1). FOLLETT, Stnto Treasurer, W, E. BODEN. Stnto School Commissioner, . CHARLES C. MILLER. Attorney- General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Member Stnto Board Public Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Cleric of Supremo Court, I. J. C. SIIUMAKER. Democratic County Ticket. Common Plens Judge JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C, LOWRY. Reprosentutive. WILLIAM P. PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, SherfT. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'IIARE, Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, The Platform. 1. Tho Democracy of Ohio, in con vention assembled, approve Mip declaration of principles made by the Nation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

Ww" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 21, 1889. . This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Atnog Balrd has removed to Columbus. Will James was In the city this week. Charloy Collumber moved to Tonnessco Inst week. Tom Collins is hero from Springfield on a visit. Mrs. Yergcs nnd daughter uro visiting in Cleveland. Frank Baird of Tonawanda, N. Y., was iu town Tuesday. Chris IIoll will pay you 15 cts. a pound, cash for good butter. Charlie Coleman of Nolson villo was in tho city yesterday. A two year old daughter of Wash Roby died Tuesday night. Mrs. Nina McBroom visited in Columbus several days this week. Mrs. Becm, of Indiana is visit ing her parents Mr. and Mrs. D. White. A. C. Tipton and Miss Mary Price will be married next Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Hansen came up from Nelsonvillo Thursday evening. M. B. Rcber of Charleston, W. Va., "cnino to Logan Thursday evening. A. E. Prico is superintending tho schools of Georgetown, Brown Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

wjiiirtfz j'" BFITTYSRhMB Fired Into Foraker's Xenia Froth!. Forakerisms Breeches' and Little Shams, Shipped Kakcd and Exposed to (ho People's to. TilC Debt Reduced More in Two Years Unflcr Hoailly Tlian in Three Under Forte Forakor Pretends He Refunded the Debt nnd Reduc.dthe Interest, Yet the Democratic Legislature Provided for This During- Hoadly's Term. PoraKcr Claims Uic Tax Levy Ilns Boon Heiliicttd.Mut This is Simply a Failure lo Co loci, Tor Hit) Sink ing Fund. The Prince of Humbugs Maintains His Reputation. Vast ttmns Kecclvcil t'lomTIie Dow Lire ZXuvc liceit Hquiui e'ered :i:i(l Unaccount ed l'or. to Tin: im'.opi.k or omo. Tho Governor's Xonia speech tills flvo closely printedcolumnsof tlioConimorclal Gazette It could, without tho loss of an Men, havo beon condensed into two. It Is us destltuto of argument as Capollor is of political honesty, and comes nearer tho drivol of imbecility than tho t-trongth and dignity of statesmanship. Cleveland, of course, pots his usual thru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

w , THE DAIRY. Winter cnlvos nro Just tis rooiI tind as cosily rnlsod as spring calves; and your fall and wintor cnlvlng cows will avcrngo moro milk por year than thoso calving In tho spring. Stagnant pools of water In tho fields should not ho rolled upon as tho nourcos from which tho cows aro ox pcotod to dorlvo wator. lmpuro wator not only affects tho health of tho cows, but rcndors tho making of cholco butter an Impossibility. Tho greater producing power of your cows and tho moro thoroughly you havo thorn surrounded by clroiun stances favoring tho highest produc- tlon, tho moro marked will bo tho result of any ovll iniluoncos to whloh thoy may suddenly bo subjected. Cows should bo dried off in tlmo to go dry from ono to two months bo foro coming In. Jersoys espoclnlly aro dinicult to dry off. Many of them, in splto of all otTorts,, keep up tho How of milk until the vory day of calving. Corn monl and other heating food should bo withhold from cows .for sov oral weoks beforo calvin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 September 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18H9. ! t A STRANGE EDIFICE. ThoVTomlorrut Arehlttiotiireor ttm Chore.', of Vitalll llliwtinnal. Tho history of this church is m fltrnnifo as lu nspoot; It was unlit by order of Ivan tho Torrlhlo, at. tlio ox ponso of tho principality of Iv-izmi, 119 nn oxprowlon of (jrutltudo to God for tho Tanr'a conquest of that country. Tho nnmo of tho archltoat, un Italian, is unknown, but tradition roluto-j that his oyost woro burned out by ordor of Ivan to provont his duslfrnlnp; In fuluro liny raoro wonderful moinimont, "It Is my wish," said tho torrlhlo autocrat, "that this sanctuary remain tho unlquj and glorious monumont of tho gonlus of this man." In tho basomont of tho cdlfloo tiro two ohnpols, and on tho uppor story nlno chapels, surmounted by nine cupolas, each dlfforont in elmpo. dimensions, color, details, stylo nnd structural disposition. T- 1 !. too, is placed at the (nut .1 tho west, ns orthodoxy demands. Tho iacades, again, aro all dlff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION J j THAN BY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j More News for Less Money.-! 1 All Kliul of Job I'rtnthiff Done i at LOWEST I'D WKS. J tAA AAA AA AAA A AAAA AAAAA AA AA& VOL. IV STO. 12. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT J JOB OFFICE.! THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. DorRnKPticrnl hanking buslnc-si. ForelRii UrnriK mid Hlcaiiislilp TlckcU for hhio nt low est rntcH. OPFICB, Itoom No. 5, Opera Honsc. IiAwiiknck A. Om.VKii, President. Ui:ouok W. I'OM.KN, Vlro Trent. Hkuiikn 1). Cui.veu, Cnnlitcr. THE FIRST BANK OFX.OOAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 1) a. in. to 3 p. in. !' ' J it 11 ILA2LM1EB, Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'rcsUlent. Cfms. li. Ho wen, Cashier. Dock a sonernl bunking bunlnosn, rprclvrs ftopoMllH.illKvountKpaiicr, iintl bnyi iinU bcIIh Kxclinngu. Him ncic. ,YN IC In central room In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. Titn prlsonors in ttao Texas ponlton tlary ralso sugar cnno and rellno lt3 julco. After paying all tho coat of food, fuel, sholtor and clothing, 505,000 ha9 loon turned into tho Stato from this work. Tim equestrian statuo of Gonoral Robert B. Leo will probably bo unvollod in Richmond, Va., on December 6. Tho statuo is now being cast in Uronzo in Paris, and will bo shtppod about tho lost of October. Tun greatest known dopth of tho ccban is midway botweon tho Island of Tristan d'Acunha and tho mouth of tho Rio do la Plata. Tho bottom was thon reached at a dopth of -10,230 foot, or eight and thrco quarter miles. CoNGitr.ssMAN SrjNsr.T Cox was a mom bor of tho Thirtcon Club, ho died at 1.1 East Twelfth street, tho original list of his pall-bearers contained thirtcon names, ho was flvo times thirtcon years of ago, and ho was burled on Septem ber IS. A IjAiioi: and very important discov ery of uranium is reported in Cornwall, Eng. It is a truo Assure vein, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 September 1889

THE FARMER'S GIRL. Tlk not to me of city bolles, " . ; Who no'or have folt iho country breotef, flth grootlngs chill nnd cold fnrowolls, At thought of which tho heart's blood frcozcu Whoso ctlqitctto antl city nlrs -i Ana imnll talU nro enough to kill mot '" But oh, for mo the country lass, Whoso cordial (jrcotlng iloth so thrill mol" O toll me not of tho city girl, Tho votary of noklo fashion, Whoso cold Illusive fnco forotolls Hor sltlll In counterfeiting pission, Olvo mo tho happy farmer's girl, , Whoso merry, ringing, joyous laughter Will send n connot to tho brain, ' Its musla sounding ever after. 8lng not a oong of city bolles. Who 1 mgh and sneer at country lasses; They noror tripped o'er verdant dolls, All carpeted with fragrant grassos; They nu cr roamed tho llowory fields, The leaf j groes or forest shady, For thoy hao "dressed" or "shoppod" or "lalUrt," Or clso at homo hao played tho lady. Ql o mo tho rosy farmer's girl, Hor cheeks ojlow with early rising, Vboo lip is nev...

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