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

rfjPFf 'iv95yMr - i?ffVTft y nftr-'ifuw'fpi.vrF ,t " T'ijWf. ftj 'Twwrw i.tiilMtMMiMaanjjmutfwiwttmnB4nLMitffci v uhftAihJTTjiauiiinttiawigmMikMii3UiTi Roinarkw of sin Umbrcllu. "I think thN in erowdiuif. the ;nminii'rn trlllo too far.t Itain, ruin, rafn! I haven't hint u day off inr six months and lioio It j;ii'i again! Just hoar It ripping up thi' shingles and bnnglno; tit thu win dow. It rains every day, cvon on yundays. Jlut thank. ,'oodness, I don't have to go to ehtireh when it niiiiH, and Hint's miiiio comfort. Kheiimutifeni! i .should say sot Every rib in mo uehes, and consid ering thu number of thorn that are broken, tho wonder is that I am alivo to toll it. Even tho rack in ihohall whore I am thrust drip- pjng wot ovory night ha.s u 'eriek' in it.s back. "This outdoor life will bo tho donth of nioyot, i am sure. And yot no ono seems to euro a conti nental diameter for what booonms of mo. Ofllcu work is what agrees host with mo ."omething quiet and sedentary but it'.s might...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

rrsss The On LARGER CIRCULATION MOCRA THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. . V ta More News for Less Money, VOL. IV. 3STO. 22 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 18S9. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE OHoT5ilOCRAT JOB OFFICE. I All Kindt of Job Prhttlna Done I ) at TjOiriiST 1'ltlCllSl ; THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, 960,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. I)oc n RPiiornl banking Ininlneni. Foreign Drnrtn mid Htcnmsliln Tickets for unlo lit low est rules. OFFICE, Hoom No. G, Opera House. IAwltr.NOK A. Cut.vnn, President. UKOiiarc W. Pum.kn, Vice I'nt. Hkuiiun 1). Cu.VKit, ''iiMitcr. THE FIRST BANK OF IjOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from !) u. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walltcv, President. Chan: JE. llowcu, Canhter. Does ti Rcnernl banking IhibIupbx, recolves damislts.illicoitnlHimpor, ami IjuyM nml sells KxelimiKu. r-ii iek. ANIC In central room In the. .Tunics Itlnc ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notar...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

"l wgv tm U w THE OHIO TCEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUIIDAY, DEO.EMBEB 28, 1880. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, oino. CURRENT TOPICS. Ciiicaoo hns a voting population ol moro than 500,000. Tun King of Slam has just married twonty now wives. Maiiic Twain's Incomo Is said to bo 580,000 por annum. The English pross Is agreed that Urowning was, tho foremost of their foots. In China tho won rldo on horseback "sldo ways," vrhllo tho woruon ildo nstrldo. Seciiktaiiy Ulainh telegraphed Prcs idont Harrison'1! congratulations to Stnnloy. Ik London nowadays thoy stop post men on tho strcot and rob them of regis tered packages. Tun Claus Sprocklos sugar factory in 'hlladolphia is making two million pounds of sugar a day. Jeremiah Rush, Secretary of Agricul ture, has becoino a groat friend of tho now Chineso Minlstor. The avorago ago of members of tbo National Houso of Representatives is not moio than forty years. John- Hush vnds, a farmor in Brandy wino Hundred, I'a., had sot oral hives of Decs swarm a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

IBM OHIO PBM00KAl',"XO&AW, OHIO, SA'X'UltPAY, BEOBMBBll 28, 1889. E OHIO DEMOCRAT. lor an; t omo. IN THE OLD ATTIC. This dimly old nttlo I How mem'ry recalls Tho fcnr with which childhood rcgnrdcd Its vvnlls, Tho terrors my curious pplrlts lmvo dnunted. And how when tho rats scurried ovor tho floor. To fancj tho Bemblanco of footsteps they woro, And thrilled mo with drcn 1 ot tho room Hint was haunted. And now, when tho visions ot childhood nro past, I daringly trend tho dim precincts nt Inst, A hnlf startled nvvo In my memory lingers, As I ltncol by n chest that tlmo's rn ago dolles, And rnlso up tho lid to discover tho prlro Tlint lightly I lift with Irnn'rcnt young lingers. How fancy doth conjuro tho scones of pas dajs, As tho old fashioned garments nro brought to my gaze, Thcso robes that outlasted tho fnlr forms tlint w oro them, Tho' long they hnv o slept In n slumber secure, I sco tho joung grandmothers, proud uml de mure And tho grandfather powdered perukes bi'nt beforo ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

f&H TnE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 28, 1889. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BnEHM, Proprietoi A.. H. Wilson, - - Editor, En tcrcd at the Posl-of)lcc a t Logan as Second-class matter. The following question will bo discussed In the Court llnom on uoxt Tucsdny evening. Everybo dy Is expected to take part. ItBSOLVKD that the colored people of tho Unltod States should bo colonized. AIT. A. II. Wilson, Nogtitlvo lion. 6. H. Bright, Deulnmutlon John linrrington. WIien Biicli Ohio Democrats ns JRufus P. Hani) cy, ex-Congressman Foran, William Ileisley and Gen. George Yv. Morgan enter public protest against selling a U. S. Sen atorship to a Now York million nlrc, it means that thero is still much virtuo lert In Ohio Demo cracy. N. Y. Daily World. It is announced that the friends of Mr. Brico in Ohio are about to givo to tho public a list of the mimes of tho distinguished gentlo tnon who aro in favor of handing over the Ohio Senatorship to the great Fickle-Plato promoter. Of course they ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATUKPAY, DEOEMBER 28, 1889. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ' LO0AL NEWS, Mort Smith Is visiting at homo this week. Frank Brchm is in tlio clly tliis week. Mrs. Hamilton is visiting this week at Buchtoi. Dr. Beory, of Union Furnnco was in town Monday. Tho Harrington brothers are homo for tho holidays. Judgo Bright's boys are homo from school on a vacation. Chas Stullsmlth, who has been in tho south for sometime, is at home. Ken Haughco and Wint Kelly of Nelsonvlllo, spent Christmas In this city. Vurn Bowen and Miss Clara Sllsher were married Tuesday evening. Ed Itecktonwaldt, Pt. Pleasant is spending tho Holidays with ills parents. It is rumored that C. E, Bowen has purchased tho Chris Roller property. Chas McLain and brother Abraham are on a visit in tho Southwest. "The Call of Abraham" Lec ture at the Presbyterian church to morrow evening. McGiuty, (whoever that is) was registered at the Rempel House yesterday. An increase...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

THE OHIO PJEMOOfiAT, IiO&A3T, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1880. THE NEW YEAR. -iLUIJTIiY hath passed mo your i tho sonsons ctmo Duly ns thoy roro wont tlio Rcntlo Spring, And tho delirious Sum. mijr, nml tho cool ' IM6I1 Autumn, with tho nodding of tho grain, And Winter, llko nn old and hoary mnn, rrosty and stiff nnd bo aro chronlclod. Wo hti 0 rend gladness in tho now green lent And in tho llrst blown vlolots; wo lnvodrmiu Cool water from tho rock, nndln tho shndo Sunt: to tho noontido slumber; wo hao plucked Tho mellow fmltngo of tho bending trco, And girded to our pleasant wanderings When tho cool winds camo fro3hly from tho hills; And when tho tinting of tho Autumn leaves Hud faded from its glory, wo lint o Hat lly thn good llros of Winter, and rejoiced Otir tho fullness uf tho gathered sheaf "Ood hnth been cry good" "TIs Ho whoso hand Molded tho sunny hilts, nnd hollowed out Tho shelter of tho t allots, and doth keep Tho fountains In their secict plnccs cool; And It is Ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

lKEm6HI( DEMOCRAT, LOOAJST, OHIO, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1889. FARM AND GARDEN. VIBURNUM LANTANOIDES. History nml Description or On of tlio lIn(lotnt of North American Slirulu. It is a singular faot, says Gartlon nnd Forost, that with tho bxcoptlon of tho poor flguro In Audubon's "lllrds" no portrait has ijoon published boforo of this shrub, which Is by far tho handsomest of tho North American viburnums, and ono of tho most beautiful plants of our flora. Tho faot that It Is impatlont of cultivation for tho hob blobush, or mooso-wood, as this vibur num is often called at tho North, is tho most dlfllcult of all our nntlvo shrubs to cultlvato probably accounts for this lack of figures, ns American plants havo boon figured gonornlly In Kuropoan pub lications from spcclmons obtained In European gardons. Viburnum lanta noMa .was not included In cither edition of tho "Ilortus Kowonsls," and lt is doubtful if it has flowered In n gardon vory ofton (n small plant floworcd In tho Arnold Arbor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 December 1889

' "v'tm&tfimi T- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER, 28, 1889. ti I III' I1WBW I WIIIIIIUll'JM I i & Joiumio'.s Bonnie Dream. They sat together on tho warm, sparkling sand, tho mother and the child, fiayH the Scottish American. Tho tiny golden head nestled jagainnt tho protecting breast; tho wan face was lit by tho evening aim; the oyes were closed and a Minllo parted the bloodless lips. Tho maiden slept. The mother watched bcsltlo her .sleeping child, and who scarce nioro than a child herself mur mured a mother's prnyort "Lord Jesus, save my llttlo girl," Again and again slio repeated it; "Save my llttlo child," That was all. O Qodt why aro tho poor born to bo so unhappy? Softly aim drew tho throadbaro turtuii shawl around the slender frame. Gentio as was tho motion it roused the sleeper. Tho great blue eyes opened ylde, 'Did I wako ye, Jeannie?" "No, no, mithcr, ye din mi wako me. I woko my ainself. I had a bunnio dream, mithcr." 'Ay, dearie, what was it?" The mother lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

"imwMifffti iim.u xtirmnim iiM'luiiiiaiuJLa.iggagMaiwirtfiii rwimiaJtAtsl !- i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT JOB OFFICE The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ASV PAPER IN TUE YALLETf. i All Kind of, fob Prlnthii $ ar LOWEST 1'ItWli More News for Less Mori. Done ' 0. VOI.. IV. NO. 24 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1890. TERMS, S1.50 PER YEAR. THE PEOPLES' BANK , OF LOGAN, a1i Capital, 960,000.00. DcpotrftR flccurctl by Iudivldunl ,. - Xiiabillty of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. tine n general lmnklni: titiKlni'xs. Foreign DniflHimil HIcniiiHlilp TIckolH forsulout low est rutcH. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. XjAwnr.nctt A. Cur.vmt, President. Oeuiiok W. Phi.i.kn, Vloo l'rcM. Hkuiibn 1). Cui.vku, Cushion THE FIRST BANK OF X.OGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from Ou. m. to il p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Itowcn, Vanliler. Dochu general linnklug IiusIiivkk, receives (tetOHl(n,(llHcounlH pupur, mid bujs nnil sells Kxcliungu. IIANIC In central room In tli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

- V"59as$3iwi3 .t"? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, iLOGKAJST, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUAltV 4, 1890. 3 THE OHIO DEBOORAT. LOOA.N. nuro CURRENT TOPICS. Ovr.ntwo thousand frotot tho Hudson rlvor tunnol litis boon excavated. ' Tin: wifo or tho CHlneso mlnlstor at Washington has such llttlo foot that sho can't w alk. Tur.v speak ot tho winter in Knffland being "so mild that tho violets aro blooming." Tun Gorman Itclchstap; has voted to exempt students ot theology Irom mili tary sorvlco. ltrrwr.nx llvo hundred and six hun dred patents aro granted at Washington ovory week. Minnows two inches long aro said to havo boon taken from a 74-fout well at Now Iborla, La. Noitui Carolina has 800,000 acres of swamp land to sell for tho bonofit of hor education fund. " A Catsku.Ii saloon-keopor advertises that his limhurgor chceso is tho "ad miration of tho town." ISmh'HANT, kangaroo and lizard aro tho fashionablo leathers for tho ladies' pockotbooks and card rases. Jackson, tho negro pugilist, stands ix foot two Inc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

s.! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAK, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARV i. 18!)0. "",wwwmim) ' MY LITTLE LADY. I know n llttlo lady, , Sb young and swcot nnd shy, Slio blushes lllto tlio roses When a sunbeam dunces by. Bho trembles nt n ruilo wind, Is full of funded fenrs; ' It seems ns if I'd happened On n vlolot In tours. Hut n smllo her tonrs will bnnlsh, ., And her sides bo bluo again, For sho knows no moro of sorrow Than n vlolot of pain. She Is so puro nnd gentle, Could I reach tho spring on high, J would drlnlc to her In ntnrshlno From tho dipper In tho sky, Mury A. Mnson, iu N. Y, Independent. VILLAGE SHOWS, How Wo Boys Usod to Soo tho Exhibitions for Nothing. Luke Sharp Lives Over Aftnln In Memory tlio Days or Ills Youth Tho Worst Hoys In Town nml tlio Rackets They IVorlcvtl. Every now nnd tlion thoro used to como around (o our vlllago somo ono ltorso show. As a gonoral thing theso shows woro hold in tho vlllago school houso, that bolng tho only placo availa ble for tho purpose, and 1 havo a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY J ANU ART 4, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, CWiBBEHM. Froprlotol Editor. A.. H. Wilson, flittered at UiePosl-ofjlce at Loyati as Second-class matter. Foil the comfort of Interested parlies wo wish to state that it is our opinion that tho colored poo ))lo will not be colonized for some time. VoiAJStii 103 of Trow's New York Directory has tho following inter esting piece of information, "Brlco, Calvin S. pros 10 Wall, h fiOiJ Fifth Avenue." United States Senator. "Wo this week publish a number of interviews with prominent Dem ocrats of this placo and vicinity showing tho drift of sentiment in favor of Mr. Thomas for tho place, and we beliovo wore the canvass of this county mado tho same propor tion will bo kept up. We, in com mon with the other Democrats of this locality, will quietly nquiescu In the judgement of the Leglslu turo,but wo will feel that a mistake has been made if Mr, Thomas is not chosen. Death of Henry Y. Grady. Tho announcement on Monday Dec 20th....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1890. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO .DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, 1890! School commences Monday. Times aro very dull since New Tear. "Bert" Hlggins of McArthur Is visiting in Logan. Col. A. 0. Sands of Cincinnati was in tho city this week. Mr. Jake Fox was in Lancast er this week on business. i( -Miss' Minnie Alien visited in Lancaster tlio past week. Dr. Itanoy is making some im provements on his residence. Tho now County officers enter on their duties next Monday. Miss Emma Case, of Columbus, visited in Logan over Sunday. Ex-Senator B. E. Reese now of Oregon was in tho elty yesterday. Tide Houston, left Wednesday evening for Payne City, Alabama. Geo. Lutz of Lancaster spent New Year's among Logan rela tives. Mrs. Tedrow, of Nelsonvllle', visited Mrs. Carnes over New Year. Miss , Anna and her brother Will Kessler were in Corning this week. Miss Rose Wade spent Sunday with her sister Mrs. Scott in Athens. Tho"La Grippe"...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, liOGrAST, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4. 1800. OHIO, CONSOLATION. l'alo Brief enmo In nnd dwelt with mo, I mild: "Unbidden guest, thou lift Not wcleomo;" said sho: "Verily Thou nnd I will never pint," My head was bowed with weight of woe, My heart was trembling with list fears, I could not seo the way to go, So blinded were- my eyos with team, And overy thing scorned mocking mo, Tho golden glory of tho sun; And singing birds, nnd humming bco, I wished tho weary day wero done. When evening shadci did softly fall, t sat within my lonely room, And seemed to hear n dear voleo call Gontly to mo through tho gloom. Orlcf fled nwny, o'en as to mo Tho message camo that solace brought! All sorrow banished utteily, For a diviner strain I caught. It sweetly said: "Heart, bo of cheer, In I'aradlso above tho blue, JVhero love perfected ensts out fear, 1 watt for you, I wait for you." JfolUo C. TucUor, lu Clirfatlnn at Work. m. JOHN AND I. How Our Little Misunderstanding ' Was Final...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 January 1890

.um.MnHWJHUWIimM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUAltV 4, 1890. fc FARM AND GARDEN. PLAIN TRUTHS. Bomo of tlio CinP8 ' or Fntltiro In llrccilln. A render rises to nsk why it la that In mnny Instances "(armors who havo como Into tho possession o( woll-brod llvo Btook havo not succeeded In producing as meritorious nnltnnls ns they hnd boon led to oxpcot would result (rom tho uso of msh blood?" Well, In tho flrst plnco, tho fnrmor who 1ms (nllcd to attain tho rcqulslto standard of oxcollcnco may not havo hnd really iceU-brcd animals to begin with. Tho torms purtAsroi nnd weft-bred should not bo confused. It is rolatcd of Lord ltlvors that whon asked how ho Bucoeodcd In always having flrst-clnss greyhounds, bo roplled: "I breed many and hang many." Not every breeder makes such wlso uso of hemp. Not all pure-bred animals aro equally well bred. Tho woll-bfcd animal is that which has inhorltod gonulno merit from his Immediate progenitors, and tho moro of his ancestors that wor...

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. — 4 January 1890

'StfWF' THE OniO DTaMOOKAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 4, 1890. itMiiwwm HjMMI c t HKKNKBM i Not For Joseph. According to it Wnshtngton dep jpatuli printed lii Mnmlityfe Sun innnburof dliTlffilH))C(l Ohio Ho jpiihllcnna U'lfnt to liiive Hnrrlson appoint Joseph Denuon Fornkur Minister In JIiihsIii. Tho nialii reason 1 that the nbsonco of For iikcr from t lio country for two or (Jireo yenrs will givo tho divided and disgusted Republican party of Ohio nn opportunity togot together again; It is not evident how the exile of Foraker would bring about such n resujt unless tho Republi can Loaders whom ho has vainly tried to crush should be sent abroad too. Uo this as it may, "It Is likely" eays our correspondent, "that some formal presentation of Forakor's candidacy will bo madothls week."! It is needless to point oujt that Foraker is a ranting, vulgnr, and offensive man, whoso indiscretion can always be relied on, Ho is utterly unlit for a diplomatic ser vice of the United States exists for the pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 January 1890

lttiinKiTM&m:mme.ij- jm l.Mwwi..jWiit&'''''i'" t ft Auditors Ofllco i THE. OHIO? DEMOCRAT 1 LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. ' THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. A All KhulAofJob Vrhif lug Dane, i inure hgws m Less iuuiiuv, 2 at X.O west riiwiss. 'rVvx'VNNV',,,, " N"S VOL. IV. NO. 25 LOGAN". O., SATURDAY, JANTJAKT 11, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PEll YEAR. In mum. I I ' "'"' '"" S' v Wl ' 'Mk m Jv ' 'I l-i f 1 S I Si i In S f if ILr A I ,? n i , x w n r- n n n . w p fc jy & i m m ( am m m w J - js x m m v jy m jv u a w m . , v i h u va ra -.riM -&- im rm i "' . -ia -'' (Mi JI - jL. ,itt.. -".. " 'W'' .JA , - " .- ' S THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOQAH. Cash Capital, $00,000.00. Deposits secured by Individunl Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general banking biinlncm. I'orclcn DiuftM mul HtuiiiiiHlilp Tickets for boUi nt low cut rnlei. OFFICE, Itoom No. C, Opera House. Lawiiknck A. Cur.vr.it, 1'ieslilont. ClKOitui! W. 1'ur.i.r.v, Vlro 1'rcnl. Ui:uiii:n 1). Cui,vi:n, Cus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 January 1890

5 THM OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAST. OHIO, SATOBDAY.3ANUA11V U, 1890. p THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. T.or,AN. oino. CURRENT TOPICS. Atiii.une, Kas., has a lady strcot car drlvor. Queen Victoria admires American oystors. London fashion is smiling again m tho polka. ' llAt.r-nitir.D raisins soil for 5 a wn in California. Patti oxpeots to mako 8500,000 out of bor American tour. Juo Tavern is tho namo of a prosper ous village In Georgia. Browning's resting-place 5a West minster Abbey will bo near that of Chancer. Mns. Jefferson Davis will presently go to Kansas lo live with .her married daughtor. A wniTK'Owl was capture! by a Mis souri man on his farm near Sodalia, tho other day. A -tiiii:p stolo a pair of shoes from a looping policeman at So&alla, Mo., tho Othor night. Tue inventor of tho stylographlc pen is roportod to havo made a million dol lars out'of it. A competent authority thinks that tho Paris Exposition .drew at least 8250, 000,000 into Paris. In Brldgoport, Ct-, tho influonza has .affocte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 January 1890

w-WWKiJJ!V..-iT-iV.WTisl THE OHIO PMMOOBATriOg-AJT. OHIO. SATURDAY. .TA1J UAltY 11, 1800. h IE T.oruw. OTTfO HAPPIER DAYS. I snta to the llttlo children, You nro living yo"r hnpplcst days, And tholr bright oyes opened wldor Inlnnoocnt nmnzo. For their happiness wns bo perfect, ! They did not know It then; O, no, they said, thero'll bo hnpptor dnys When wo nro womon and men, I Bntd to tho youth and maiden, You nro living your happiest dnys, And Into their sparkling eyes thcro crept A dronmy, far-oft gnzoj And their hands souRht ono nnother, And their checks- Hushed rosy red ; . O, no, thoy said, thero'll bo happier dayi For us when wo nro wed. I said to tho man and woman, You nro living your happiest dnys, As they laughingly watched together Tholr baby's cunning ways. These dnys nro days ot labor, Thoy can hardly bo our best ; Thero bo happier days when tho children's grown And wo hnvo earned our rest. 1 sntd'to tho nged couple, Yoo. are living your happiest daysj Your children do yo...

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