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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 November 1889

;W tt-t-r ORTO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, XOTEMBEE, 1ft, 1889. rst THE DISMAL SWAMP. A Wllilerii"s Cimti iilwr Ovr 00.000 Acres tn Ho (Si(iiiiiiiim1. DottH III Kiiitorn North Cnrnltiin. Bituatcd botivoon lh i count los of Wash ington T.vrrol mill lionufort, lies n vust trnct f liiml containing over 00,000 ncrcs. known ni tho "Dismal." It runs nlnnsr Homuwlmt pstrullcd to tho Albomir'oinouml, nt u disl-.inco of from throo In live tulles from thusnndj shoros of thnt. lit) ill fill 1 11 In 11 il 8U1U Tho strip of high land In botwoon forms aoino of tho Illicit, grain mid truclcory lands in tho Soulli, whllo tbo almost Imponctrnulo junglos of tbo bortlorlng Dismal ulTord sholtor nnd protection to various wild ii'ilmnl noliibly tho coiiunon blnolc hour und door. Numborloas wild cnttlo brovvso upon it-3 oxtonslvo rojd pastures; tho fox ilnds In lis solitary IhtclcoU congenial camping ground, while tho raccoon and opossum from its deut'o shudos limlto nightly forays upon tho border ing corn-field...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

7 C (' I ( 1 i int. uniu utmuuriHi a 4 JOB OFFICE!'1 i LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AMY PAPER IN THE YALLBT. More News for Less Money, s -JM Kinds of Job Prlnthia Done 5, t at LOWEST PltlCES. VAAAAkAAAAAAAAAlAAAAAAAAAA KnAAA.AAiAAf A VOIi. IV. NO. 17 LOG-AN. O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER? 23, 18S9. . rt " TEJOIS, $1.50 PEH YEAK. ' ' ' THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAH. ' ( Cash Cnpltnl, $50,000.00.- Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over i ,Vj Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n gotirrnl hanking hunlness. Korean Driirm ninl Htuinibhlp Tickets for sale lit low est rntei. OrFICC, Itooni No. 6, Opera Hotisc. IiAWiiiiKri: A. Cui.VKit, PiPsldcnr. Ukokok W. l'UJ.M'.s, Vlrn 1'icst. Huuiien I). Culvku, CnMilcr. THE FIRST BANK or log ax, oirro. m in Gash Capital, M, lohn V nlkor, Preaitlrnt Chan. E. Howeii, Canfimr. Doosn irenoriil hanking business receives deposits, discounts paper, ami bujN mid selH Kxchnngu. QFHAIf KIn central room In llio Block. ATTORNEYS. Jumcs Ct. AV. BIIEHM. Attornoy-at-Law ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

THE OHIO PEMO0RAT:Lba.AJErrOHIO, SATURDAY, aTOVEMBER 23, 1889. m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Spanish postago stamps bear tho plot uro of tho baby King. Chicago In its present boundaries con tains 173 square miles. The city of Philadelphia Is to havo a school of paltcontology. The now King of Portugal is an Inor dinate clgarotto smokor. Tiin Eraporor of Gormany loft Turkoy for Grecco, tho other day. A Chinaman Is about to ontor tho law department of Michigan Univorslty. Seciietaiiv Blaine has moved into tho old Soward houso in Washington. PiirEitoit William's visit to Constan tinople cost tho Sultan ovor 81,000,000. Seven million porsons aro omploycd in tho cultivation of tho vino in Franco. Idaho, "Gem of tho mountains," is tho nccurato translation of tho Indian word. A branch of tho Knights of Labor has boon formed by tho ropo-workcrs of Bolfast. The United States is credited with 10,319 papers of all sorts, 1,404 of them bolng dallies. The expenses of a fashion...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

TEEE OHIO DEMOCRAT, JLOGIAJT, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1889' fr THANKSGIVING EVE. Y boyhood's homo bo foro mo llos, Just as It looked whon llfo was youngi Ero I hnd sproad my tiny Hull, Or to tho brcozo my pennons uung: Tho bluo sniolto 4llmbs tho hill bcslclo, Tho brook hoc) sing, lng on Its way, And volcos near nnd far proclaim Tho coming of Thanksgiving liny. A thousand wclcomos ns of old Ring out upon tho frosty nlr. TVhllo through tho orchard boughs I sco Tho vitiligo lights rcllcctcd there; Tomorrow will bo fostnl tlmo, And city halls and hamlets low "W'lll echo to tho merry chimes And memories of long ago. fe all nro young who gather hero Tho slro of threo scoro years nnd ton Trips lightly with his sweet grnndchlld, Tho gayest of our youngest men j For who cares nught for wrinkle now! Or sighs becnuso his locks nro gray 1 Ills heart beats light who halls with mo Tho feasts of our Thnukt-glvlng Day. Now lot mo slumber onco ngaln In that old chnmbar In tho Kll, And wnko up ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

temiwMi ufitotw THE OTTTO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY NOVEMBER, 28. 1889. K' rilL JH"IL.'J TTTT-rm rrrTTrST mr wjsi nwnmmiivmfnrmi wwwmmin ..! i ' -umihifM " !TSS frfJS Otflu i)M0CRAT. A.. H. Wilson, FropilflttX - Editor. JCntered at. the Post-office al Logan as Second'clas matter. Jr.Ki.'nitHox Davir is reported dangerously III. Conciniihs will begin Its session in one week from Monday. It ih reported that both Spain and Portugal are on tho verge of revolution. Pm: Wayne County Democrat nominates lion. John McSwceny for 1. S. .Senator. Oi'it Heptiblleun friends and Allen O. .Myers may rest easy; (he Democratic legislature is not for .ale. Wood the ballot-box forger has sued the Cincinnati Poitsuul Times Star for .fod.OOO each, for libel. Let the war go on. A systkm that puts money into the purses of one class of citizens lit the expense of all others is not protection, it is robbery. Co i,. M. L. Hawkixs, of Cincin nati will be the Adjustant Gen., of tho new administration, with T. 1). J)i)...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

THE OHIO4 OTMOC1RAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 28. 1889. This paper goes to press al S o'clock Friday evening. ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOSAL NEWS. Next Thursday is Thanksgiv ing day. W. II. Tumor bus discontinued his meat shop. Mrs. Judge Acker's condition Is very much worse. V. C. Lowry . was in Athens Tuesday on business. Dr. Hansen of Nclsonvillo was Jn town Wednesday. ilf'yoii want Solid Fun go and see "Tho Two Old Cronies." Rev. Rnmbo who used to live hero died last week at Gambler. A Farmers' Institute will be held atNolsonville Dec. 18, and J!). Steps are taken to get up a Farmers' Institute in this county. Don't miss "Tho Two Old Cromies," Opera House, Monday night. Capt. Bowon was In Columbus thls'week uttonding the Auditors convention. Invitations are out for a Grand Ball at McCarty's Hall next Thurs day evonsng. There are 8,007 youth of school age In Hocking County, in the State, 1,120,522. Over $25,000,000.00 cash assets represented in W. W. McCrays In surance Agency. Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

TTrai OHIO DEMOCRAT, lOOAy, OHIO, BATUBPAT, KOyHMBEIt 23, 188!). THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO, MEMORY'S MUSIC. The old man slt la tbu nuiishlno of tho autumn nttcrnoon, And Memory, over nd OTor, sings to tho namo old tunc, While tho rlponcd leaves nro falling llko rain on his sliver hond, A song of tho days that's vanished and Iho dear ones that nro dead. It plnps of tho beautiful summor that camo with u dream of love, To mnlto a fair world fairer. "Truo heart, In tho world abovo," lie uhlspcrs low, as ho listens to' tho song by Mumorysung, "The lovo will llvo on forover that camo whllo wo were young." There romes a chnngo In tho singing n lullaby's low refrain J lie hears tho henrt of tho mother beat In the muslo'sstrnlu; He M'of her again with her baby cradled upon her breast; And. forgetting the graves on tho hlllsldo, his heart Is nbrlin with rest. Then through tho lullaby's cadenco, a low, sad minor crcons, And ngaln by tho baby's crndlo tho old man kneels and weeps; The onnd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

0EBQB3 OHIO mmOCIlATO&AJSy'OHlO SATTJBPAY, NOVEMBER' 23, 1889, FARM ANDGARDEN. Home-made fruit picker; A Simple t Kmolrnt T.IHlo Dcvlro Thnt Kiivrn Iloth Time nml I.nuor. For tho fftmornl rrathorlng; of lioavy crops of apples, pears, oto., tlicro Is nothing so reliable as tho two hands of man, but whon tho fruit Is soniowhat Bcattorcd upon tho troo this llttlo dovlco eaves much labor in climbing or moving n laddor. As n rulo tho best and largest fruit is found at tho topmost or outside branches; it is almost inaccessible and can only bo scoured by shaking' off or bruising in somo way. Most fruit plck ors which havo been placed upon tho markot havo a linen bag attached with a mouth of wlro bo arranged as to catch tho applo by tho stem, or ono provided o&,rsSej3--" ITANDY IIOMR-MADi: I'ltUlT PICKr.lt. with a cover to opon and closo by means of a small iron rod running down tho handle. Such aro vory convenient for single specimens, but to pick moro would bo almost out of tho qu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 November 1889

jyrtmnrti THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 28, 1889. inWBffwJewwffywyBPiMwyjfcjwyMyftjw3yMMHwcMmtti J (IIIBIfl IPIIMinUMMIIK A MOORISH GENTLEMAN. v iMrwiftat. .1 . - "- ' D WfAr, Xli Courtn-y ntnl Con-lilnrntlmi with Which l'o Trenton III Wire. A Moorish officer wo took to Jed flnh from Tangier luul his wlfo with him. Sho win hr only wlfo. nnd thoupJi only eighteen yo.irs of ngo, hnd boon married to him llvo years and had hnd throo children, one of whom was dead and tho other two nllvo and loft behind nt their homo In Fez, whonco thoy camo. Ho had twlco boforo portorinod tho Hadji and each tlmo had boon accompanied by ids young wlfo. This tlmo thoy woro taking her mother with thorn, and in deed tho thoughtful and ooiisidoruto way In whleh ho treated them occa sloaod mo a good deal of surprise. This bigoted Mussulman looked upon by his Kuropcan broth ron as a jealous tyrant of woman, as ono utterly Ineapablo of appreciating tholr higher qualities, and merely using thorn as mean...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

w. ?VL f & na tb J " in' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 3 JOB OFFICE, The Ohio Democrat. r LARGER CIRCULATION To ."-A M THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY.' AU Kinds of Job Printing Done tMore News for Less Money, : tJ i $ at TiOWliNT PltlCJiS. VOL. IV. NO. 19 LOGAN. O., SATUBDAY, NOVEMBER, 30, 1889. TEEMS, $1.50 PER, YEAR. Jf .- THE PEOPLES BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capitol, $50,000.00, Deposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four' Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n Rononil liankliiR bulne. Foretell Drafts nnd HtemnMilp TIclcotM fur sale at low eirt rules. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. IiAWIik.xck A. C'Ui.vnn, Prrnlclaiit. OKOItaic W. 1'Ol.i.EX, Vice I'rctit. KUUIIKK I). CUIVEH, ClUlllef. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. OfBco Hours from 9 u. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1' resident. Vims. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Doean general bunking business-, receives 4aponlts, (IIhcoiiuU paper, and buys and sells Bxchiinge. QF'IIAKR-In central room In the Jnmes Block. ATTORNEYS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

i-wWfrTww--ittr-TWN.lfatr.mTpi,Tn f. .fcnrCT,.a34rT11rri1Trt ntrm.-r. ftEWarulM if t! iH 1 "JM- 1 1 inrrrrn ' I n n rl i r rrrrfciLi n. i ijiii TTTTC OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAIT, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1880. A & The' nlllEOHIODEKQBIiAT, LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Oranges -ro rlponlng unusually oarly in Florida. The Quoen of Italy Is growing stout, to her groat distress. QrrtJH smoking la said to bo largoly on tho incroaso In Washington. Henry Ward Brkcheh was a country boy who loved farm-llfo all his llto. "William tho Fldgotl" Is whattho Gorman Emp6TCr Is called in London. Sir Morell Mackenzie coctomplatos making a looturo tour of this country. Mrs. Cleveland's portrait is to go into tho Corcoran Art Gallory at Wash ington. At Bangor, Mo., thoy havo lady ush ers at tho opora-houso. Tho pcoplo pro for thorn to boys. Covington County (Miss.) folks in dulge in "Goobor Parching and Baby Washing Parties." Buenos Ayres will oreot a monumont to tho Fronch revolutionist, Catnbacoros...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

"Oram OHIO DEMOCRAT, JLOGKA3T, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1889, iwwiii11."" NOW. When you shall wnlk lt ponslvo mood Tho hnppy pntht ws jiseA to know, I Anil Bwcct nnd gcntlo thought Intrude, Ami tondcr dreams of Long Ago, now will your wakened spirit boar Its bitter pnng, Its bleak despair? When In your heart, as now In r.ilno .It Btanll throb tho pulso of sleepless grlof Slneo nothing enrthly or dlvlno In thnt dark hour can bring rellof How will you mourn o'er wasted bliss And that wild moment long for this I Tho echo of n silent word, An eihnlntloti of the clow, A lonely sigh nt midnight heard " In dc )th of scmo funereal j ow Thou shall be more, In thnt black day, Than jour tiuo lover past away. Then scorn no more tho present hour, Nor crush tho roses whllo they bloom I Tliu best of time has only power To hung u garland on a tomb; And nil that lats when jenrs nro sped Is hopclcs memory of tho dead. William Winter, In Harper's Wcoltly. ' 'THAT DUEADFUL TRAMP. How Mless Perm Tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

...lUWCT'ra.fc.MJJ.,.. , TTrBi,fJt. ai)rfT7iMmi u .. n -i stttrvmnmu0t vrlIE OHIO MMOCBA'JLS SAl'UUDAY, 240VEMBS11, 30, 18H9. 4$ If . ft A ft! m IV I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, n 0,W, UREIIM, A., H. Wilson, Ftoprietoi Editor. Entered at the Post-office tit Logan as Second-class matter. Coi. K. Bui it Oiu'un ia reported n.i saying that It eoit lilm -.OOO to run for Governor In Now Jersey, lie probnbly did not spend more money thnii the Republican work ers Insisted they would euro by getting votes for liim that might otherwise he cast for his opponont or not cast iii nil. His legitimate expenses should not have been $i, OOl). It Is one of the strongest points In favor of the Australian bair()t,sy8teni tliat it reduces the MiionflJi&fibrsolinl expenditure of Fcnndldafes to a trifling minimum, nntl make it possible for men of brains to bo -elected to important ofllces without reference to the length of their purses or the flnan eial -support of their friends or backers. Phira Record. There ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

THE OFCu IMJaCI-' 1 . ' : W ? fawJttWWMWI nwMmW wwwwwwiwmiiiwji 'iMwii nummiKiTmrtrrmrwmjinB,itMamminiwnijfm.'iJMmimtm MWftWfwwwiwwiMainiwyimMPiiiiWiti rtJtMT. ArmrjMMiAnniAiiWhMMMKMM4f ntfim. whjiiiiw i4tolLiuM.iitawWMMMMiWiawfca Jfc 2'u'jt paper goes to press at o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Rob Work was in town over Sunday. Judge Frlesner's term expires to-morrow. Court adjourned nine die Inst Tuesday afternoon. W. H. Lchmen of Carbon Hill was in town Tuesday. Busincs on Thanksgiving Day was generally suspended. Joseph U. Huffman will be Judge on and after Monday. Chas Sterritt of Charleston, W. Va. was in town last Sunday. Jacob Fox is suffering: with a severe catarrh in his right hand. Mrs. John Hopley of Bucyrua. is visiting relatives here this week. Ex-Postmaster John Shunk was up from Carbon Iliii Wednes day. iat Doyle is acting as night police during Tom Mayes' dis ability. ltev. Moore lectured at Mariet ta last Monday evening on Con ch ology. Miss F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

Z3E6s&E rn '"nit ' i rrf T-ninrtHflfhmTOirj! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGASr, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1880. I MHMiKtMmKMwimnnnflaHkMtnMnanna , wmum beiooiut. lr"W. ! s t t OHIO. m GIRLS. Glrlswlll fcj girls," says Grandmother Gunn; Tho oldost uinxlm undor tha sun; -And Mny and .Tonnlo and Hollo nnd ICato Qo trooping out nt tho garden gnto; Tfrooplng out for nn hour's fun, Woddlng their thanks to Qrandmothor Qunn. Jour little maidens all In n row, Hearts as clean ns tho dear whlto snow, Out In tho garden at high-spy, Mother watches thorn with a slghj "Saturday cvo, and tho work undono," 'Girls will bo girls," says Grandmother Gunn. Four llttlo maidens fair ah, mo I Tired ns maidens fair can bo; Mother scolds, In hor careful way, ,T111 four llttlo maidens slip away; And four llttlo hearts, brimful of fun, A rcfugo seek In Grandmother Gunn. Eight llttlo lips that do not sneak, Tenderly press hor faded check, Till grandma sighs, and wipes her cyos, And four llttlo mntdens, all surprl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

VmRB- "T it yvn i 'tyjrirr$mifiFvr " ' '"fl??""' THE OIUO DEMOOTCAT, LOGkAK", OIIIO, SATUBDAY,NOVEIBEl 30, 1881). FARM AND GARDEN. VENTILATING DAIRY BARNS. Fresh Air a NecoMlty, nml Ono Wny of Untmninp; It. In order to produco a puro artlolo nil of tho Ingredients must bo puro find tho processes of chnngo thoy undergo must, says tho Orango Judd Farmor, to froo from foreign Influences. In seeing that tho wator and food aro puro, tho stalls woll cloancd nnd bedded and tho animals kept warm, ono very important consideration is apt to bo overlooked namoly, puro air. "Whoro tho ntmosphoro is not kopt puro tbo effect upon tbo system soon assorts itself in ono way or another; tho milk may not show It directly at first, but tho quality of tho products Is llablo to bo influenced. When this Is tho oaso it is gonorally a good plan to look woll to tho vontllatlon of tho barn nnd lncroaso It nccordlng to cir cumstances. A too common way Is toloavoopon tho bay shoot; but this spoils tho hay for a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 November 1889

.hi i i iii'i'iW Will iiimn ii n 1 1 r i i . piruiinriiMl HE WANTED TO KNOW. JTto wanted to know liow Ooi) mndo tho Writ Outemotblu' ivtnll, Vf'y IIo I'.uln't innliu It square, llko a block or . lirlclt, Still it rotm', llko n ball t JIow It miitiiigcd to kI ay livid up In llio ulr, An' w'y It rtiiln't fall; All sloh kin' cr thirgs, nbovo an' below, Ho i anted to know. IIo wanted to knew who Cain had for n wlfo, AnMfi'iettio tllj Who lilt lllll.v l'attofson mcr tho head, It ho ever p t lilts An' whero Moses v. sit w 'en tho candlo went out, An'lf i.tlicnivrer-jllt; It ho coulilti' tin1 tlswo out, w'y Ms enko wis all dough, An' ho , tisitcil to know. An' ho wanted to know 'bout original rln; An' about Ailam'n fnll; If tho nnislto hopped aroun' on tho end ot Ms tall Ilcfoi o doomed to crw 1, An' w'at would hcv happened it Adam hciln' ct Thoorapplontnllj Theso cro ktnd.cr tMngi seemed tor till hlni '1th woo An' ho wanted to know. An' ho wanted jo know w'y somo folks wuz pood. An' feme ...

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

AT. I LARGER CIRCULATION t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio THAH ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY, JOB OFFICE. More News for Less Money, ' Ill Kind of Job Printing Done at LOWEST I'll WES. j LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1889. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. VOL. IV. NO. 20 fwvm tT w v Democr AAA THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital,. - - $60,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dnesn general banking business. . Foreign Drafts nnd Htcamship Ticket for sale nt low est ratci. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. IjAwiiknce A. Cui.vku, President. Gkot.oe V. 1'uli.kn, Vlro I'rest. HutniKN 1). GULVKit, Cashlar. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. f Ofllco Hours from 0 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. lioxvcu, Cashier. Docaa sencrnl tanking business, receives dopoKlls, discounts puper, uiul buys Rnd sells Exchange. TW-BANK In ocntrnl room In tho Jnmcs ock. Bloc " ATTORNEYS. a W. BREHBI. Attoraey-at-Law and Notary Pu...

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

" ? ti,1 funJBiV ' 'T'W.'" T-jPf."1" W""' ' fWTW W" TUB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1889. "S-- i' i THE OHIO MOGRftT. LOGAN. oiiio. CURRENT TOPICS. Buffalo Bill is now said to bo worth 84,000,000. Tiu: invontor of smokoloss powdor Is an Amorloan. The population ot Borlin has now roachod 1,500,000. CoitK Is chcapor In Kansas than it over has boon oforo. Jay Goui.d has subscribed 823,000 to tho World's Fair fund. A South Kfnsinoton (R. I.) turkoy weighs forty-sovon pounds. AN'offloial ostlmnto of tho population of Grooco places it at 2,187,208. A Pendi.eto.y (Oro.) man drank a gallon of mineral wntoratono sitting on a wnjror. Tnn fast mail tlmo botweon oceans is now four days, twclvo hours and three quarters. Tim National Grantro, in sossion at Sacramento, Cal., condomned tho slnglo tax systom. An Ottawa congregation frozo out its rector by reducing his salary to ono dol lar per year. The lottor-carrior's monumont to Sun sot Cox will probably bo oroctcd in Washin...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 December 1889

:jvi MI-f HT THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOG-A, OHIO, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1889. 4 4. THE WELCOME HOME. A bright fado nt tho wlhSSw, A glad lnuuli In tlio hull, A cry, "O. papa's coming," .Rttln I hcnr It nil. Aiiiilnlfcolthp kisses Of linby llpa on tnlnc, And round my Seek dour little nrmJ Most lovingly entwine. Ah, but tho fnco has vnnlshcd Tlint wnlcbed for mo nt night, I nils tho Inugh wfco(.u wclcomo Wm full ot lcivo't delight. My heart cries out In sorrow For whnt my llfo must miss Tho baby's face, tho baby's nrms, Thu baby's clasp .mil lttss. When I go homo to itunven, I know that I shall seo Tho dear faco or iny dnrllng, Ah -die loo1s otM foi mo. "O, papa, papa's com'ng," Sho'll cry i.nd qulcldy como, To Hcmon's door tu incut mo And ltlss mo welcome homo. Eben H. Ilexfonl, In N. Y. Ledger. WHATSIIE DID. Duties PnithlWly Dono Oponod tho Way to Bottor Things. "Hut vou must koop up your music, Holon." "I don't soo tho way, mothor, do .you?" "Woll, I'vo boon thinking about it, and 1 lin...

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