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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 October 1889

tMrnMrnmimm lu UvyiOCilXW SATURDAY, OCTOBEK, 12, 1889. er4.v-MlVAUMrrv-wwra-r'vwMttUMvAMr.j,w.'r'l tttwvm,swtvvmvimtrvmmj&mxnatoiu"Mmn iojnmumimMiiiuUM,'iKr9n.K.09inMMiartmmimwmnwmri imbhiimiwm Tlio Iliiiiibiig ofiho Forakcr Iliilstciul Pretense. If a Non-Partisan Board i3 Good for Hamilton, Why Not for Cincinnati? If a Republican Board is Best in Cin cinnati, Why Not in Hamilton ? A iVon-l'iiv iBnn Hoard .May bo Very Easily Eloctcd. Foraker Should Slialce Oft Mis Own HJisrepu- tablc Scamps Before Assuming to Do couneo Other Peoplo as ' Democratic Gangsters." General Itantty Arraigns the For- ukcr Disciples in an Unan. swcrablo Manner. And Clvoo tlio Pooplo an Intorost Ins Article "Wo hnvo nppointod a non-partisan lsonrd of public airairs for tlio city of Hamilton, nnd In addition to that wo have appointed one Kopulillcan board of Affairs for Cincinnati." Forakcr at onia. "Tlio boards that Governor Forakcr Itas appointed In the State haves all dono excellent service; only one of...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

J s w str- ..$ - , V c U t '&( L c " ji r ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT T SdOB OFFIOEJ All Hindu of Job Printing Done at KO VEST rilWUSi J The OhioDemocrat. 1 LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, More' News for Less Money,? AAAAAAAA.AAA.A.AJk.AAAAAA4. AAAAWt VOL. IV. NO. 14. LOGAN. Om SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 19, 1889. m THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. C'nsli Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n cenprnl bunking business. 1'orclen DniriH mid Hteumshlp Tickets Tor wile lit low est rules. OFFICE, Koom Ko. 5, Opera House. TjAWiir.xcK A. Cur.vnii, Pieslrtcnt. UKounK V. rur.i.KN, Vlro I'rcsl. Ukuiikn ). Cui.vkii, Cnshlcr. THE FIRST BANK TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. f -' ,U -J -4" ' . '-I ' m. V OF LOG AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 pi 'S. i'..i '" r W sZrii Bill in. Paid in Cash Capital, $60,000. John IValkcr, President. Chan. JH. Jiowcn, Cashier. Doeim general bunking business, receives doposllH, discounts piipor, an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

J ! I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tunitn nro more than 200 lawyers prac ticing In Seattle, Wash. Oats tiro soiling for flvo conts a bushel In sotno parts of Kansas. In lloston during cortain months cab bages nro sold by weight. , Jf assaciiusi:tts machines makoapalr of shoes In twenty minutes. Ovint 2,000 tons of ralshu bavo already been shipped oast from Prosno, C.il. Inci.mhahy fires in Holono, Mont., have awakened tbo old vigilante spirit. A i.Aitoi: copperhead snako found its way thiough a Columbia (I'a.) hydrant. Jlns. "Stomiwall" Jackson is en gaged upon a biography of hor husband. A iwiiknt flgurcr has found that In 12,000,000 years tho sun will bo as denso as tho earth. Mns. Gnoxnr says that big hats and tiny bonnets aro to bo tho rulo in fash ionable head-gear. E-Si cki.taiiy Bayaho's wedding with Miss Mary 'Willing Clymor is to oc cur eaily net month. Somkiiody who conceals his identity behind a (ype-wrltor remarks that the flood was aNoahtablo affair. O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

THE RAIN ON THE ROOF. Tho threatening ruin cloud droop and spread, And tlio whirling wntors loap -From rooky tarns near tho mountain's head, And ori'through tho meadows sweep, Tho dark crass bends mid tho burdocks shod Tho Rlltlcrinf? genu from their phrplo woof llut low Is' tho sound with n monotono tread Whore tho rain falls slant on tho roof. Applos with slroahs of n crimson dyo, And plumi with a silvery pall, From rnln-whlppod trees In tho orchard Ho, Or dashed 'neath tho garden wall', Tho rnln-ged drives through n storm-swept sky, Tho pattering drops havo tho beat of n hoof Hut dreamy lit night Is tho lullaby Of tl.o rain on the sloping roof. Quick splashes drip from the darkened pane. And wo know tho petals part From lllllcs drenched with tho driving rain, And tears from tho red roso start: Thnt Ileitis spiked thick with tho bearded grain Ifavu heads bent tow Ir. n, dumb reproof Dat run on tho car as a nocturno strain Is tho fall of rain on Iho roof. Indu Jl. Hays, In Traveler...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

a zetapm&m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 19, 18H9. ' i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. X 0. W.BREHM, A. H. Wilson, Pttprletot Editor. Entered alt he J'ost-olceU Slogan as Second-class matter. 3)oinocrati Slate Ticket. Governor, JAMKS E. CAMPBELL. Lieutenant-Governor, WILLIAM V. MARQUIS. Judge of Supremo Court, MARTIN 1). FOLLETT. Slate Treiisurer, W. K. BODEN. State School Commissioner, CHARLES U. MILLER. Attorney- General, JESSE M.LEWIS, Member Statu Board Vubllo Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Clerk of. Supremo Court, J..T. C. SIIUMAKER. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pleas .Turtle JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P.PRICE. Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL V. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS .1. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'HARE Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, Democratic Meetings. II.u.BTt'An didn't know that bal lot box was loaded. IIalntuaiAs boomerang has broken Foraker's head. Woximit how the Cincinnati gravel trado is ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY. OCTOBER. IV). 1889. m?m-m.jm.tmt ! 11 vJ Thin paper goal to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOSAL NEWS, Canty & Pitcher Imvo dissolv ed partnership. Several of our people nttondod tho Somerset Fair this week. Dr. R..W. Hansen of Nclson vlllo was In Logan Thursday. O. W. H. Wright and S. Woldy were at Columbus Wednesday. , Frank and Jim Kittsmlller In tend lo Rtart for Texas next Mon day. ';, r. J. Canty Is agent for tho new edition of tho Jtovtsed Statutes of Ohio. Miss Frank llnthburn ol Znnes vllle, Is visiting her many friends in Logan. Mr. F. C. Ryan, of Athens, visitul his daughter Mrs. J. F. White this week. A number. of Logan people took in tho dance at Nelsonvillo 'Thursday evening. Isauc Mowry has moved into tho property of J. F. Williams on north Mulberry St. Miss "Dodo" Fox is visiting In Nelsonvillo this week tho guest of Miss Emma Morgan. Clias McLain and Ay ill Eiseio were out in Perry township, on business Monday a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

3S5imrirf I! r I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO POOR RICHARD'S SAYINGS. Put In Itliymn by It. C. Ilodcc. A man knowing not how to snvo as ho gots Keeps his noso to tho grindstone and iltcs leaving dcbt9. A fat kitchen makes n lean will. What main tains Ono ico will two chtltlron bring up with no pains. rhrco removos nro as bad ns a lire. To know Tho vnluo of money n borrowing go. Employ well thy tlmo tf thou lelsuro wouldst gain. That to-day Is worth two to morrows Is plain. Llttlo strokes foil great oaks. It Is foolish to lay Out money to purchase repontancc somo day. A child and a fool both Imaglno thnt twon Ty shillings and twenty yoars no'or can bo spont. Taking out of tho moal-tub without putting In Soon comes to the bottom. Industry must win. Since thou of a minute can norcr bo suro, Do not throw an hour away that's sccuro. A plou man on legs standeth higher with caso Thnn ever a gentleman can on his knees. Who rises up lato must trot nil day with might, And scarco catch his b...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

AN INTERESTING RELIC. Itoproilucllnn of tlio First l'npor Eet 1'iilllnliod In Chloasoi Mr. TA II. Taylor, Jr., of C'ltc-igo, wlio edited In 18138 tho first nnd small est nowsptipor over publlnhod In this city, litis Issued from momory a dupli cate of that shoot. This llttlo four pugo pnpor Is less Minn flvo inches long and a llttlo moro than throo Inches wldo, and Is callod tho Now Ark. Mr. Taylor says on tho first pago of this lssuo: "This llttlo nowspapcr is a dupllcato In slzo nnd nppcaranco, as near as my momory serves mo. It was in my fathor's garrot that I published a llttlo nowBpapor when but a boy, on tho corner of Canal and Van Huron stroots, In 1838. I built my press of. wood and my stick out of n tin soda powdor box." Furthor on ho says: "I would notbugrudgo$60 for tho original copy of this dupllcato." Tho recent copy of tho Now Ark contains somo interesting Information about early Chicago. It says: "Tho first steamboat built in Chicago was tho Georgo W. Dolo. Tho second ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 October 1889

'?vmm'' "" IT"i V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCTOBER, 19, 1889. 'j - !!." ' Tlio Story or an Alleged "Spur and Ride." General Bcalt7 Reviews lt3 Feels in Hie Case, And Shows That nt Ecst It Vns Out side the Danjjor Lino. Heroes "V7Jio Wonltl Ilavo No Clmuco of Appo.iitmaat Uudor Fornlior. "Anil H happened affaln, when Gon oral Joo Johnston (fathered the Confed erate armies for ti last struggle, and fell upon Sherman's left wing in North Car olina, and (Jcneral Sloctim needed help nftur the hloodj struggle at Averyahoro, tliat Captain ForaUer as sent in the night on the host horse to he found, with orders not to spaio him, hut to glvo him tlio spur and ride to Sherman to tell him how serious was the $trii(rlo, of which he was advised hy the muttering of tlio artillery ami the dull roar of the distant musketry during the evening. A long swift gallop in the night, through obscure and gloomy roads, brought the young Captain, with his momentous message, into the presence of tho com man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

W $ f ifj? .! I"" THE OHIO DElfoCRAT" IdOB OFFICE. tAll All Kinds of Job Printing Done' at LOWEST PRICES. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA4 YOL. IV. NO. 15. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH. Cash Capital, $60,000.00. Doposlts secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. Foreign Drafts Mtd Hteamshlp Ticket for ante nt low est rata. OFFICE, Boom No. 6, Opera House. Lawkkhck A. Cui.YEn, President. OioitOK W. Pullkn, VIco Presl. Hbubkn D. ODLVBn, C&sblcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000, John Walkert President. Chas. E. Bowen, Cashier. Does a roneral banking business, receives deposits, discounts papor, and buys and soils Bxohango. BAM K In central room In the James Bloc OCK. ATTORNEYS. a W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollison Building Logan, O. CollnctlonsorClalmn, Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, IOusoh, Contract, Deed, Wills, Mechanic' Mens, Ac, drawn and Ack...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

f Tgrr trmim? f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. An attompt is making1 to form an aluminum trust. The death of Lady Holland, it is said, close? tlio vory last salon in London. Tun Edison Doll company oxpcot to mako a million dolls for tlio holiday season. A landscape by Rosa Bonhour, paint ed in 18-17, was sold rccontly in London for 812,500. Nearly 3,000,000 worth of diamonds wore nlccn from tho Klmborloy mlno in A ugust. Diamond rings for dog's tails aro tho latest whim of ,Now York womon dog worshlpors. A Florida judgo oats his lunch on tho bonch while tho lawyers aro making their picas. Doctors who recommend qulnlno say that onions aro tho noxt host thing to knock a chill. A locidi: of Odd-follows to work in tho Italian languago has boon instituted in San Francisco. Giantess Elizaiieth Lisca, now in Paris, is six foot six. Sho halls from tho Czar's country. Tin: King of Bavaria receives an in iomo of 1,000,000 a year from tho profits of tho Hofbraouhaus hrowory. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

THE ROCKING CHAIR. Jlv Brnmlmothor fcAt In thl old rooltlnR ohalrj IJut sliu was not my grandmother tlion, Ana her sweet llttlo fnro was bowltchlngly fnlr, As It Inughod n dollnnco to men. Hit sundionnct (luttorccl llko bird on lt string, Hor trosses trailed frco on tho brcozo; And Rully I ween did my Brnndmoth6r sing, Underneath tho oldgnnrlcd npplo trcos. My grandfather rodo through tho whlto orchard gate And tethered his stood to n trco; Ho had curls growing thick o'er his silly young pale, ' And high Hrnlan boots to his ltnco. From tho pltilt npplo blossoms tint oer him hung, ' Ho brushed oft the dow with his hat, Till ho came to the spot whoro tho roeltlng chair hWIMft ' And my merry young grandmother sat. Tho kingcup and cowslip bloemod 'round for nnd wide, The beos from tholr sweotncsi did slpj But my grandfather blushud and my grand father sighed, Aslio tllcltod off their held? with his whip. Then mv grundmothor hummed her a cunning old song Taint henrt noror won lady fair;"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATUBJPAY, OCTOBER, 26, 1889. WWIffiWHBWWTHItmfWIIUII.iBWjPltllt) mJlUlUUMW HIIJHWlHWf- EKES THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, S W. B3EHM, A.H.Wilson, - - Fioprlotot Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Sccoml'olas matter. Democratic Statp TJchpt. Governor, JAMES E. CAMPBELL, Lieutenant-Governor, WILLJAM V. MARQUIS, Judgo of Supremo Court, MARTIN D. FOLLETT. Stnto Treasurer, W. E. BODEN. Stitto School Commissioner, CHARLES G. MILLER. Attorney- General, JESSE M. LEWIS, Mombor State Board Public Works, FRANK REYNOLDS. Clerk of Supremo Court, I.J. C. SHUMAKER. Democratic County Ticket. Common Pleas Judgo JOSEPH G. HUFFMAN. Senator, VIRGIL C. LOWRY. Representative. WILLIAM P. PRICE. . Auditor. NELSON ARMSTRONG, Sheriff. DANIEL W. WRIGHT. Commissioner. FRANCIS J. KRIEG. Recorder. DAVID. M.O'KARE Coroner. DANIEL HEFT. Infirmary Director. PHILIP HANSEL, If Foraker, know Topp was crazy why in tho namo of honesty and good conscience did ho not remove him? Am who personally know...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1889. Shts paper goestopress atSo'olock I'Tiuay evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Court convenes next Monday. C. V. Wright has charge of the schools at Gore. Jacob Pox spent Sunday with friends in Athens. dipt Bovven and wife were in Lancaster over Sunday. John W. Ball who has been .seriously ill is improving. Ex-Treasurer Notestono is sick at liia homo near South Perry. Mrs. Gotlieb Jurgensmeler of Xancaster is visiting friends hero. Dr.R. W.Chalfant, of Bellcfon iaine, is visiting hero over Sunday. Jamcrf Gallaghor, of Carbon Hill was in town yesterday on business. Hon. J. H. Outhwaito mado a pleasant call at our office yester day morning. Mrs. A. H. Brooke attended the Flom-Foster wedding Tuesday at Lancaster. John S. Brasee Esq., of Lancas ter, was a business visitor in Lo gan yesterday. Miss Ella Vanatta and Mr. W. H. Gaffney were married last Tuesday morning. Nelson Armstrong, the Demo crat candidate for Auditor was a Logan visitor ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN OHIO WHICH WILL YE CHOOSE. Adrift on a goldon ocoan With faco turnod to tho slqr, Itocldnu with gcntlo motion, Ths lioppy blossoms Ho. Red ns a blood-wn"died saber, Gold ns thosunllowcr's crost, Wheat for a sign of labor, Topples tho emblem of test. Softly tho senses lulling v . Into n dronmloss Bleep Topples we have for tho culling, Wheat, when wo sow and reap. rnlr are the poppy btosioms That flaih on the mortal oyo Sweet are tho scarlet pleasures Tliatdnzzlo our souls and die. riensuro Is sweot In tho drinking. Steeped In delight, wo forgot That deep in names aro shrinking Tho ashes of vain regrot. Tnlr nro tho scarlet flowers, Yet fiiiror tho golden wheat. Toll In tho springtime hours, Toll in tho autumn sweot. Trouble in time of sowing, Trust for a gentlo rain, Tears 'til autumn Is showing Tho heads of ripened grain. Which will yo choose, O mortals, As emblem of ocry honr, Wheat with its yellow tassols, Or tho odorless poppy (lower? E. C. Uarrows, In Ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

MUSCLE AND JUDGMENT. Tho Two rrlinn Itequlromeiita or tlio Gold lieiiter' Trntlc. Golil-bcntlni; Is a trndo of mttsolo and judgment. Thoro Is judgment in know ing bow to Btrllco tho llttlo ptiolcago on tho stono, inusolo in tho lmmmor's clook-Hlto rise- and fall. Tho motion Is ono of tho wrist, Tho workman's olbow joint stiffons, tho hammer falls and rebounds nearly to its starting point. So, actually. It Is not tho physical ollort, it scoma, ovon though tho hammers, ono for ouch process, woigh eighteen, twelve, and sovon pounds. Each bcator rocolvos fifty penny weight of gold, rolled from tho bar into tho form of a crinkly ribbon sovon yards long and an inch in w idth. Cut into 180 piccos theso go into tho "outoh." This consists of dotached leaves of a vegctablo fiber, between each of which is placed a picco of gold. Slipped into a tightly-fitting pad, tho packago is laid on tho stono, and tho Immmoi' falls again and again, tho aim boingto drlvo tho weight toward tho edges. From th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 October 1889

" ViT '" "'(jmiflpWf"jm,"P" Umi' M V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATITRPAr, OCTOBERS 26, 1889. fiP-WT-" IlMfiKlffl James E. Campbell To!!q the Truth. Docs Rot Mince Words in An swering His Traitors. Governor Foraker Inter ested in tlie Boxes. Forakcr's Letter to Governor Luce, of Michigan. Jim Forakcp a Stockholder in tho Ballot Box Company. Mr. Campbell Not Interested rlnnnolnlly lutliu Hot, mifl llriinils hs a Doublo- Dyeil Llur llin A tun Who Says He Wui. In his speech .at Gcrmantown Tuesday afternoon, Octobor 8, Hon. James B. Campbell took tho opportunity of reply ing to tho sneaking insinuations, covert Innuendoes and obscuro charges made against him by political opponents In reference to tho ballot-box bill intro duced in Congress. Mr. Campbell said: Sjomo nights ago tho Governor of Ohio, in 'Music Hall, exhibited a ballot-box and road a portion of a bill proposing a certain form of ballot-box. It was my bill. I introduced it. So far it was all right. And it was tho box tho samo box hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

TtyTTvrtVTTOryVTi p THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 W - F . "p. H v , IV .'-"-","- -p C .j '" A p,,""'""T,,""'",,i ijoB office r b ir tr f mm iMnrwArr. m X XJ J Vl JL JL J Il- jLJ i JL V V JL 1l JL Jfttttcb ot7b6 Printing I All at LOWEST PRICES, 4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA j Done J ;. 3 AAAAAifl t LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money,? VOL. IV. NO. 16 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 2, 1889. TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAR THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAtf. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docsafconeralbnnklne business. Foreign Drorta nnd Htcnmshlp Tickota for sale ut low est rated. 3FFICE, Room Xo. 5, Opera House. i. witEKCK A. Cui.vitn, rrcnldcnt. Okorok W. Puhkh, Vlco I'rest. Hbuden 1). Culvbu, Cnshlor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AIT, OHIO. )filco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bowen, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receive diipoNllfl, disc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

- t rij-AJwiMi, f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tun French chambors will open No vember 12. Ecu.VDon has prohibited Chlneso Im migration. Vi:uy fow women carry wntohes in Now York City. GovKiiNon Piiancis lins appointed a Bt. Louis lady notary public. Aniioit Day Is now an established in stitution in thirty-two States. Dp.nman Thompson completed his llf ty-slxth year a fow days ago. Tm: leading Industry of Ilolmota, N. J., is tho manufacturo of snuit. Tin: sentiment in favor of a Ilopublio Is said to bo spreading vory rapidly in Brazil. Kino Kalakaua, of tho Sandwich Is ands,is wrltlngan oplo poem on Hnwlian 'egonds. Tin: southward navigation of wild geoso rn Connecticut begins rather early this fall. Alahama ox-Confcdcrato soldiers aro organizing societies similar to tho G. A. R. Posts. Genkkal Boui.anoi'.i: talks of suddon ly entering Franco and demanding a new trial. A national monument Is proposed to tho signers of tho Declaration of Indo pendonco. A Gkoiioia ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 November 1889

Pmwii jliuu YHE EVERLASTING HILLS. IhetvcrlnstlnBhlllil thcyhcdiio mo round And l'n'd mo snfo within this rnirrow vulo. Fromnlt tho world's proat turmoil notnsouud Doth I'cnptrnto iheso silences profound. All, llfo is paradlso In tills fjlrvnlol At rr.ornlng nil the cost plows livid red And nil tho bills reflect tho roky light! At suustt warm and mellow rays nro shed Adown tho vnlloy. whllo tho mountain hoad Stands tor a lnomont bathed In glory bright. Then, lllio n being puro nnd fair ns snow. Tho full moon rlsos grandly o'er tho hills, And mountains zcnltliwnrri, ecrcno nnd slow, She pours n flood of light on nil below And vlows her fuco In myrlaJ mountain rills. Ah, this Is peace I to llvo ot nature's sldo, To walls with her at morn and noon nnd ovo, To wandor tree with nnturo for n guldo. To drltt nnd dream upon llfo's qulot tldo, To Unci from worldly caro a sweet rcprioc. Harriot Frances Croclior. BLUEBEEEIES. How I Finally Got Dobblo and Bluoborry Plo. Dobblo nnd I woro standi...

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