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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 December 1889

TT"TfV1"f ' rwtm nt " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, ft. w. uumiM, A.. II. "Wilson, Proptletol - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan ni Second-class matter. JJesolved: That wo, the Porno finllc members of the llouo or Ifepicsi'titntives f Hit' tiriy-flrst Congress, at (lie liL'i?lniiiff of tho llrsl session, hetoby send greetings lo the people of llio country, the nssurnnoo of their continued confl uence in tho devotion to tho prin rlplcs of turiir icrortn, as embraced in Picsideul Cleveland'-? messages to tlio last congress on tlmt subject. nnd in the platform of principles adopted by the last Democratic national convention; and tlial wo bull with delight the emphatic ap proval of thoo principles by the people as expressed nt the polls in tlio recent elections, and we pledge I beivi to renew and continue, In Congiess the contest for it 1 educ tion of war taxes, so ably begun nnd prosecuted in former congress es by our repiesentatives and sen ntors. T--W! '' ' '' ' I' 'ml"'VM' HI PMIIM ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 December 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1889. m &hia paper goes to press at 8 o'clock , , Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT is- LO0AL NEWS, a Jcsbo Uubriol of Athons Sun- duyed In Logan. Dr. and Mrs. Dyo woro in Cin , , cimmti last week. II. S. Ilonnolil of Ronton was in town Wednesday. Our Jail Building is to bo new ly roofed with slate. S. A. Primmer of Gocd Hope was In town Tuesday. Esq. B. IT. Stevenson, of Bait Crook wns In town Thursday. B. P. Dmn, of Lancaster was n visitor In Lnguii last Tuesday. Ex-Comniissionor J. A. Mc Clelland of Perry was in the city Monday. Geo. J. Frasch, of Corning was visiting relatives and frionds in IiOgan last week. Tho County Commissioners wore in session this week till Thursday evening. Farmers' Instituto Dec. 1G, and 17. Sco program elsewhere. Every farmer should attend. Tom Mays who hail his leg broken sometime ago is improving so as to get around again. Mrs. Charlotte Metzger, of Cir leville, visited her cousin Mrs. L. McGill last week a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 December 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LO&AKT, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1880. TIE OHIO DENODRAT. LOGAN, OHIO THE EDUCATED UNDINE. Sho can write In vorso ocstatlo; She can sing onRi onoratlo; She can piny the linrp, ilanoond guitar; She can tench tho Dolsarto gesturo, Shs can poso In classic vesture, But sho can not sow a button for hor pa. ' She can proro man's evolution, In tho ones' revolution, lAUUte constollatlons sho can traco out In tho sky; Sho can giro tho nomenclature Ot all elements In naturo ; Snt sho can not balto n pudding or n pto. Sho makos nil tlio fancy stitches And embroiders llko tho witches, She can mnko n crazy quilt or crazier rug. Sho Just dotes on ltobort Drowning, Of all verso his Is tho crowning, But her mental work Is talking to her pug. Sho's composed of silks that rustlo And n hugo receding buitlo, Andofdlamouds.pcurlsnndtoolsof Cupid's war; Sho was mado for eludes to gaze on, Or for fools to get a cmzo on, But God only knows what else Ho mndo her for, W. A. Buxton, ...

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

TOIE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1889. FARM AND GARDEN. BREEDING ANIMALS. How to Soloot Thorn Ijwh Tlmt Hhoutil no Obnrrvoil to Obtnln Heat ltcmilU In Ilrooillm.'. Tho person who purchases two breed lnff nnlmrtla as nearly alike as possiblo and of opposlto sox and couples thorn to gether may obtain oiTspriup rescmbllnfj tho parents, if upon examination he also ascertains that tho ancestry of each of tho parents wore also of similar form, color and quality; and to this mid tho furthor condition that tho said offspring havo also tho samo feed, caro and atten tion. If, says tho Brooders' Uazotto, tho animals coupled bo very similar and tho ancostry dissimilar, oithor in color or form, and tho treatmont and enro tho samo, still tho offspring aro llahlo to as sumo as many dliroront forms and colors as thoro aro numbors of such proRony. Tho doctrlno of ovolution in animals and plants is in direct conflict with tho saying that liko produces llko. Animals aro Improved ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 December 1889

r"r-"i',',T' V TUB OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 7 1889. nwiwiwumwiw BILL SNORT'S LETTEIJ. Harrison Apprehensive Bill Devises u Plan to Dispel IHh ' Melan choliaThe rhono gritph ns a Politi cal Boome- t Alex K. Hwcrt In Towns Sifting. Wakiunton, Nov. 9. Iy Dear Johnny: 6am Doogenbury's Mnstodonic Minstrel AfKiCRatlon Iiiih boon giving performances to crowdutl Juinsos hero in W.iBliiiitfton. JDoozunbcrry is an old friund of mine. I hnvu known liiui for years Jtuit I'll give you our conversation, which will explain tlilnjrs quicker: "I suppose, Doozy, you know that n tepid friendship exists between myself and President Harrison," said I, thinking to awe Doozy. "All right, Snort, I'll keep quiet about it. I'll not givo you away but you ought to drop him and go into some legitlninfo business," re plied Doozonbury, who leans to wards the Democracy. "Doozy, r want you to do me a favor." "Snort, I'll make any sacrifices for you, except I don't want you to bring Harrison around here an...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 December 1889

'jrpf'W IT?" 5S'T ""nsijwy ,f 'i & -1 1 ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT J (JOB OFFIOE.I All Kind of Job VrlnUng Done 4 I at lowest ritwjss. The Ohio Democrat.! 9 wvyrwwwwwwwvvwwwtf LARGER CIRCULATION VI t THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. i More News for Less Money. 3 i. M. A yOL. IY. 3STO. 20 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PEIl YEAR. THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOO AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. DepoMli8'YBccur(nl by Individual ',. , "Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. -.- Doenn general (milking buslncHS. Foreign Drolle mul BtciuiiKhlp Tickets for Kale ut low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAiriiKNcr: A. Cui.VKit, President. Uicoitac W. 1'ui.i.kn, Vlco Brest. 11KU1IKK I). UULVKlt, CllKlllOr. THE FIRST BANK OE LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Dowa cciicrnl banking business, receives flppodI. discounts pupur, mul buys uuil bells Kxchnngc. OP-11 ock. ANIC In c...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 December 1889

PUJ' -vwiwnr-' i 1 rug THEOHroDEHOCRAT. ' ' '- - ' LOGAN", s : : OHIO. !! Illl I i-jiii'ifm hifia THE OniO DEMOCRAT, LOGkAJT, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1889. CURRENT TOPICS. Tun Wost is suffering from a penny famine Dot PKnno will pass tbo winter at Cannes. Thk city or Taris ato up 14,000 horses last year. Cherry trees aw in bloom in Iloalds. burg, Cal. Onh thousand silver dollars wcfijjh uoventy-ono pounds. Canvas-hack ducks are very scarce in Chesapeake hay this season. Tirmtr. aro 310,000 workingmon nnd 50,000 workingr-romon in Uorlln. ititooKi.YN's mayor lias had his salary raised; ho ncrx gets 810,000 a year. Pinr.AHnr.vntA will have next year an cxhihitlon-of Amorican iron work. A woman in Missouri "boasts that slio ins beon led to tho altar ton times. Jay Gould's recent rotiromont from business netted him several millions r dollars. Ax average of 00,000 boxes of oranges jv dayaro bolng shipped from Galnes vlllo.'Gn. A 'SwiiNonnui (O.) inun requires a No. 0 shoo for his rig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 December 1889

Vj&tf3it i tnrir Pq k- prv ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LO&Aff, OHIO, SATURDAY, BEGEM KEJl 14, 1889. vr BEFIMM President Harrison's Opinions and Sug gestions, Involving The Country's Welfare, Laid Before Congress. Ho Touches Upon tlto Following Topical Foreign Itolntlons, Silver, Merchant Marine, Colored Question, Now States, Pensions, Etc. To the Senate and Home of Repretentaticet! There nro few transactions in the administra tion of tho Government that nro even tempo rarily held in tho conildcnco of thoso charged with tho conduct of tho public business. Every step tulicn Is tinder tho observation ot nn Intel ligent and watchful people Tho stato of tho Union Is known from day to day and sugges tions ns to needed legislation find on earlier voice than thnt which spenlts In thoso an nual communications of tho l'ersldont to Con cress. Good will and cordiality havo characterized our relations and correspondenco with oilier Governments, and the year Just closed leaves Jew International ...

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

'?m?yimpmtmimfr' titfrrTWnic ra - iinw lpwivor THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W.URMIM. 'Ttojirlctoi A.. H. Wilson, - - Editor, Entered at the Pos't-office alLoytm ns Second-class matter. Wi: puhlWh hi nnnthcr place, by request, a list of questions disclos ing tlici doctrines unci purposes of tlu Patriotic Sons of America. Now that the election is over and Bopublienn newspapers have nothing: to bother tlieiti they should devote some spaco to the interest .of "Baby MoKoe." Sec. or statk Ilyun has our thanks for an advance copy of Ohio election statistics for 1SS1). The re cent election was ono of more than ordinary interest, and the prompt ness of Mr Ttyan in publishing them is much appreciated. Wi: present our readers this week with with a good likeness and a sketch of the Iifo of Hon John II. Thomas of Springfield, candidate forU. S. Sonntor. Should Mr. 'Phonies bo chosen ho will fill referred to his relations with the state as an ollleer of the Ohio penitentiary, to skin canes, a bookcaso an...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1889. 4MUommMMnmcvii Wit's paper goes to press alSu'clocfc Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Aftor to-dny tho qunll will got to tuko n rest. Mrs. Josio Eochcstor is visiting Jior parents nt Carey, O. Frnnk Urchin was in tho city Inst Saturday and Sunday. Farmers' Instituto Monday and Tuesday at tho Court House. Geo. W. Bonadum of New Lex .ington was in town Thursday. W. M. Bo wen was in Coluin dus a few days tlio fore part of the wcok. D. W. Wright has sold his prop erty on Second Street to D. II. Lappen. J. F. Comly of Now Lexington was in town u fow days tho ilrst of this week. Hornco B. Westenlmver who had a-slighl attack of paralysis is about again. Dr. Mansfield's brother Lewis of Athens County, visited in Logan over Sunday. Tho Democrat for n year would boa good holiday gift to send to a friend. Try it. .Pete Itecktonwuldt, while at work last Monday, had one of his fingers badly mashed. For correct schedule of pas senger tra...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 December 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGMlN", OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1889. THE OHIO DEHQCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. UNHEEDING. Snmmor wind lightly wavo The grass nboto your gravo; Summer ruins softly weep O'er j our lone, Rllcnt sleep. Fair flower bud and blow, Sweot birds sing clcarnnd low) Yet, unheeding thrush's Song, or roses' blushes Sun, u Ind or falling rain Unheeding, too, my pain As I sad Ugll keep In penoo you softly sloop. There was do unheeding Once, each other needing, "Wo thouRht wo Bcarco could part One brief hour, heart from heart. And at my lightest word. You said yourhort whs stirred With loro's snect, tender thilll. Now, listen as I will, I hear no sound or sigh Or licnrt-ttaiob, a, I cryt "Oh love, my lovol" and weep, While you, unheeding, sleep. Yet theso lenrs falllnsfast. In that dear, far-off past You would Inn o wipe auny With gcntlo lilss. To day With lips all unheeding, With cats deaf topleuding, And ejes dry whili) mlno nccp Ilotv calm your endless sleep! Springfield (Mass ) ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 December 1889

SWTW -f "&XXW' "qyrFprwurrv I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1889. & MY EAST. 0 lovo, albott your oyca nro bluo, f And llly-whlto your Blonder hands, 1 dream, wliono'or I loolt on you, I Of golden orient latadt Jlnylmp It Ih tlio nmbcr tl"jo Thnt suns tlio ripples of your linlr, Or your drooped oyelld's cun-ed frlngo I Hint sweetly wafts mo thoro. Maylinp It Is your brow that vies With almond blooms that fall and float Mayhap It Is your low rcpllos Clcnr as n bulbul's noto. fryou' 'fllno that redly shows Lll'o Hit) pomegrnnnto's ruddy heart! Or y- your cheek bo lllto tlio roso ' When Its pink petals part. ?hY8 no need to travel far To seek tlio cloudless cllmci of bluo, For, love, you nro my morning star " . I llntl my Unit in you 1 Clinton Seollard, In America. .BESIEGED. Thrilling Inoidont of tho Outbroak of 1062. Sioux Ono morning In tlio summer of 18C2, Jop Harvoy stood in tlio doorway of Ills country store, and gazed in wonder across tlio Minneso...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 December 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY", DECEMBER, 14, 1889. M J Suit Creole. 11 Ik reported Mint. Ilio two pro posed Hullnmd routes ninnliiK through Hult Creole T-i, h.ive ngrc.cil to rim upon odd truck from Adplphl to Hlooinlnnvlllo wlmro (hey will tuko dlU'urent directions. I.lonniiitpvUlo tlio nil proton tlou.s littlo village, nestled nt tlio foot of Imposing lillls, notud for nothing but itn honjthy loeation will nwiiljo from Its "Rip Van Wlnklo" slmnli or and hci'omu t ho bright and morning star of Hocking County when two Railroads gothpre. Just over the county, thoro is riituntcd a littlo log chapel on the heights that overlook Piko Run mid I'iney Creek called Urnsli llidgc, and for years It was tho jirido of its votaries, made up from llos", Vinton und, Hocking counties tillitconio to ho regarded with veneration. Its luster shone jihroad like n city set on a high hill and tliero was such sweet accord that observers were constrained to say "see limy those christians love." Hut very soon...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

naMHH TrHmqp&prrmwMWBfqm'm "f-'t$AfljFW1fffi .Auditors Ofilco Ww' i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT JOB -OFFIGE. ; All Khtdn of Job I'l'tnthiffDonc at LOWEST PJtXCES. VOL IV. NO. 22 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1889. TERMS, $1.50 PBll YEAH. TW r it -v W" ita f& f" v zTN ini a m F LARGER CIRCULAT,0N I I Nil 1 I If ! 1 if H ' Bfi S-C A 1 than amy paper in the valley, r THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOO AH, CilBll Cup 1 till, $50,000.00. Dopoaits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doein RPiiornl bnnkhiR IiusIiicbs. Foreign urnftH niul ytuunslilp Tlcltoli. fur talo ut low CRt rules. OFFICE, Boom No. 5, Opera House. LAWhnNCK A. Cur.VEii, President. Oi:oitoi: V. I'ui.i.un, Vlro 1'rcsl. Ui:uiii:n Ij. Cuxvim, Citshlor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Oillco Hours from 9 a. in. lo 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Walker, 1'resldcnt. Ch'as. Ji. Jiowcn, Cashier. T)oosn Rrnorn! bnnklnir btislnesn, receives doiKisltii, discount pirnur, niul buys and t-clls i.i...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

PfPWip" "7"." THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGKAST OHIO, SATURDAY, PJSCEMBBK 21, 1889. Tirasio lop.ak OTTTO CURRENT TOPICS. It Is said that Barmim wants to buy Tattl's castlo la Wales. Mtt. Gladstone thinks thntBoothovjn Is tho greatest composor. Tin: clock has been stolon from a Stouchsburg (Pa.) church. Pknsion attornoys only got $1,500,000 last year out of tho soldiers. It Is announced that Gonoral Boulan Bor will lecturo In this country. Ovr.r. 700,000 pooplo havo moved to Kansas to stay, within tho last eight years. No atthmi't will bo mado to build a Stato houso In Washington for flvo years. JJn. Gladstont: will colobrato his cightloth birthday on tho 2'Jth of this month. Tiik ontlro sowago of Paris will soon bo used for tho purposo of market gar dening. Lord Di:imv owns town land in Liv erpool which brings him in an incotnool $750,000. Ptiincess Ciiwstian, tho second and most popular daughter of Qucon Vic toria, is on tho ovo of ontiruly losing hor sight. Dit. BAUint, an Erfurt chomis...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

TBM OHIO DIDMOORAfl, LOOA, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1889. v FIFTY-MUST CONGRESS. Ilat of United Btdtba'Sonatora and "" Roprosontptlvoo. Tho following Is ft corroot roll of tho prima t nolo mouibcrs f tho Fifty-first Congress, In cluding thoso clootod to fill vncanclos caused by doath and resignations and thoso chosoti by tlio four now States. Tho latter hnvo nil oloctcd tholr IIouso members, hut Montana Is yot to chooao two Unrtod Stntos Senators: SENATE. AtiAllAMA. James L. Pugh, D. 1801John T. Morgan, D.lbW AUKANSA8. Jamos K. Jone3,D..1801Jamo3 IL Horry, D.,1895 OALtronstA. tiolnnd Stanford, It.lsoilGeorgolIoarst, D...1893 COLORADO. HonryM.ToUcr,n...lS01E'dO. Wolcott, It.. IKS CONNECTICUT. OrvllloII. Piatt, R..1801Jos. It. Hnwloy,R..lKO uiu.AWAnn. Goorgo Gray, D. . . . 1 1MW Anth'y Hlgglns, It. . 1803 noittDA. "Wilkinson Call,D...lll91Snmuoll,nsco,D... 1803 OltOltOIA. JosophE.Ilrown, D.1HHA. II. Colquitt, D...1B05 H.UNOIS. C. B.'FnnreU, R....1?HB. M. Cullom, It.. ..1895 INDIAN...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

J-$1 ypwr; VUr iMUO OjfMOc 1MT, SAiXKDAY. JDECiilMBEIl, 21, 1889. ti tvri it t -rMar wifvr wm!h mwiiwiwiiwi wwnnfiiiwiiiwginwuii Miwfrw jtlu oiiio mmm, A.. H. Wilson, Proptlelot - - Editor. Entered at (ha Post'OfJlceatLogqn as Seeond-e,Ut.i matter. Wk acknowledge tlio receipt of nn Invitation tit attend tlio 7tli An nual Banquet of lliu Jackson Club of Columbus, Ohio. Tlio event will occur ut the City Hull on thocven uf Jan. 8th. Spongers of national renown liuvo been invited and u (jcriornl flood time will bo bad. Tim Ilepublicun papers take peoinl pains to make known the fact that Silent t who ran away IVoin Washington with $70,000 of Congressmen's salaries, is u Dem ocrat. The same papers took special pains not to tell that the Auditor and Treasurers who stole .'fL'00,000 from Warron County, were Itopttb-liettns. Von TiiK Nmv Ykak, Peterson's Magazine promises brilliantly. The January number is n success )i overy particular. It presents a most attractive nppcareneo and u rich tab...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, PEOEMBEK 21, 1889. 1 Thia paper goes lo press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEM0C1UT LO0AL NEWS,.' Pnrsoll was ovor In AV. Va., ovor Sunday. ' '' Judge Friofliior was in town lust Tuesday. Collins & Moore publish a cuni thls,week. Rood it. John M. Wright of Lnncnstor, was in town Tuosilny. Geo. Gill of So. Bloomingvillo was in town Tuosilny. James Arnold lias boon grant ed an incronso of pension. Titos Nixon of W. Vn., was in town several days this week. Subscribe for the Demochat and sond it to your friend a year. Charley Smith of Corning, was visiting friends in this city Sun day. Tito Free Methodists are hold ing n protracted quarterly meeting this week. Mrs. Mary 33. Randall, nged 78 years, died at New Plymouth Dec ember 12th. And now it is announced that John "NV. Bookwalter is willing to sorvo as Konutor. John Hansen and John Smith ltavo formed a law partnership. Success to'tho boys. Tho Railroad Company is building a telegraph ofllco on...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

x-V Qffrgfyt$,-ft tVt " OPKB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LO&AJST, OIIIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1889, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAN, OHIO. HOW GRANDMA DANCED. Grandma told mo nil about it; Told mo bo I couldn't doubt It, now sho danced my grandma danced Long ago) ITow she hold ncr pretty hooi, How tier dainty skirt sho spread. How sho turned her llttlo toos Broiling llttlo human rosol Long ago. Grandma's hair was bright and sunny, Dimpled chocks, too nli, how tunny 1 Itcnlly qulto n pretty girl, Long ago. -llloss her I why, sho wears n cap, Grandma does, and takes a nap Every slnglo day; and yot Grandma danced tho mlnuot, Long ago. Now sho sits there, rocking, rocking, Always knitting grandpa's stocking s (Every girl was taught to knit Longngo); ' Yet her flguro Is so noat. And her ways so staid and swoot, I can almost kco her now Ucndlug to hor partner's bow, Long ago. Grnndma says our modem jumping, Hopping, rushing, whirling, bumping, Would bavo shocked tho gentle folk, Long ago. No they moved ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 December 1889

Owssss FARM AND GARDEN. ABOUT NECK YOKES. Bomo VnlunMo nm! rmcttcnl Hint for Tcnmstcrn. Every mnn who handles horses knows how many foolish neck yokes and whlfflotrcos nro on tho mtirkot or floating about, Bomotlmos in uio, lint usually worso than usoIcsb hecauso dangorous from their poor construction, or front Vua fact tliat thoy havo not boon put togothor oy mechanics who understood tho needs of teamsters. Our no. 1. first illustration shows a neck yoko which Is common but oflontimcs worth loss. Unless It bo lmulo especially heavy it is woakonod by tho holos bored through its mlddlo to insort tho staples for tho ring. It would bo much hotter to havo it arranged llko Fig. !2. Horo tho strap of iron goes right around tho yoko and can bo hold from slipping to- Fia ward cither end by ono or two light bolts or scrows. Tho ends aro com monly bored Fig. 3 as with many whlfllotrees, and an Iron throo to threo and ono-half inches long inserted which carries a hook or ring. Such construc ti...

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