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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 January 1890

mmiaT'' v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.UREHM. A.. H. Wilaon, Proprietor - Editor. JUntcrcd til thePost-offlceat Loijun as Second-class matter. Tins meetim: f Democratic Chilis or Ohio, which mot jit Col uinlius (in the Slli lost win iv per fect success. lU'presentntlves from nvory Democratic Club In thoStalo woro prose nt. V: learn with sorrowful regret of the death of ltoprescntntlve Kimpp, of tho Pnuldlng-Dollnnee district, on Wednisdny morning at his room 201, 12. Town St., ui mil ling, of Pneumonia. He was thirty eight years of age, a hnvyor of tine alillity and u thorough Democrat. Ho was ti resident oT Defiance and loaves n wife and two children. IlnrnuniNO to tho Mute institu tions, Gov. Foraker says in ids message: "Not a scandal of any kind has occurred in connection with tho mnntigemeiit or any one them, and no faction, lack of har mony or trouble of any tort is known to exist anywhere." That doliberate .statement is a Fornker jsm. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Sknatou Instills hasr "...

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. — 11 January 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1890. uyiwmwwiLAmjrim3WiwjjfriKHLTjtw uinmivi!7AUJinfni.' pi'wi A fit' This paper goestoprbss at S o'clock I'Vltlatf evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, A Poimlnr Diagnosis. Ifj on lmVo "bigness" of tlio liciul, Catitrilinml "rlnslns" cum. A liot mut fuvcrlsli cuticle, Anil eyes BitfTiiscd with Icnrs, An "nllgouo" feeling rotiml yotirwilst, Anil nchlnglcfcsnntl lilp, Tho' " far from strong" you're linnlly Blclc, Yon liivyo not lost our "grip." Jr you Irnvo Vunnlng nt tlio noso Anil coiiBtnnt ftBorKiiec7lng( A chilly focling down j our back, ABiJunigu jourBpIno wns freezing, , KJn n"roqly1,t.ncrVous stnto, IjIIw oncinUruhlccn freiizyj Jty friend you're got the Trench "lixgrlppo" OrKnglMi lnflunzn, K. Y. llornld. TIow's your Grippe. Fred Gompf is ngaln back In tlio city. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gnffney nro home on u visit. Now it is Commissioner Krieg and Coroner Heft. School began its ufter-holidny session on Monday. Sheriff D. W. Wright assumed c...

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. — 11 January 1890

OJIE OHIO DEMOOnATrLOGAJSr, OIIIO, SATURDAY. 'T V U A T?Y II. i 1889. Somo or tlio Moro Important Oo ourroncoa of tho Yoar. I.cmllnK Iolltlcnt nnd Hoclnl Kienls Jlcntlm )y Accident mill Crimp Meteor ological mill Nocrolofrlcal Do ntructlia Colitliigrntlon -i:ic, i:tc. 1II1SIX1CSS l'AlMHIKS. ItNVOI.VIM! AMOUNTS OP tftO0,O0l) ANII UPWAIID. AND HANKS (IKNIIIAM.Y.I Jnn. .1 Henry Wcrnor, wholcsnlo dealer In hldos, Now Yorli; tsuu.OOO Feb. 4 Bank of J, N. Knapp, Marquette, Mich. Feb. B I'nclflo Quano Company, Boston, Moss.; 11,000,000. Fob. t Ohio & Western Iron and Coal Com pany, Columbus, O.i U,KX000. Fob. ftj-WIUlam Bnssclt, Boston, bulkier; 0050,000. Mar. 1 rarmcrs' and Merliniilea' Hank. Cnrliv on, Neb.... II, A. Oould k Co , dealers In rub ber etc., Boston i $1,000,000 Mar. S Itcudlng iron works, Bonding, l'a : i,ooo,a. Mar. 0-Tho Witlots I'ollory Manufacturing Company, Trenton, N. J. ; SMO.OW Mnr. 1P-C. H, North & Co , porlt paclters, Boston: $750,000. Mar. 20 K. Cummlngs &...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 January 1890

uitmmmamvu 1 1 tr iiUMiiWiiffiai TILE OHIO DEMOCRAT, iLOGAy, OIIIO, SATURDAY. T AX UA.11Y 11, 1800. FARM AND GARDEN. A TROUBLESOME WEED. A I'arnMtlo 1'lnnt for Which I'nrmerj Should Ho on tho Lookout. Mr. A. R. lllrtlslll, Colorado, sontls wi, Bays Fnrm and FlrosMoi n sprig of alfalfa covered with a dolloato vino hearing a profusion of wliito flowers, nccompanlcd with a noto as follows: "l'lonso toll mo what tlio Inclosed vino Is, Wo found ono Httlo hunch of It growing In our alfalfa of Inst yoar's sowing. Iq It had to spread? Will it hurt stock to oat it?" Tho plant roforrcd to Is a species of doddor (eusouta), and holongs to tho natural ordor convolvulacotu. It is a parasltlo plant and Is only nourished hy its terrestrial roots until it becomes os tahllshcd upon tho host plant, after which Its connection with tho earth is hroken, and It feeds upon tho julcos of tho host plant. That tho roadors of Farm and Flrestdo may got an Intelligent idea of tho plant and its flowers, wo havoma...

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. — 11 January 1890

TIIF. OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY, 11, 1800. mfrawwinMntitniMjKMMfl hwwmwkwjw Mnnnvmi m4fivivmTmnMfn I'arWi:-rMlTr.tJfflnr-n.W.lJIl.'l FHENCH WAH DOQS. yjidr I'ducntlo-i.SIusllnrto Tlult Itecetvcil by Dojjs Employed In Smur-Bllnr. Tho doj; corps, long iilnco established In tho French army, has boon gtcatly increased, so o.tllclcnt havo ilioao llttlo poldlors hecotuo. At an oarly stato of tlio trials Hie Rttvo satlsfaotion aa ad vanced posts, Mionllnjr or hearing a etrangor approach in ovon In tho dark jioss, and quickly learnliipr tho dtilor onco liotnccn u friendly and a foreign .uniform. Tho latest trick tho military jilojr has loarne,d Js that of carrying dls patohes betweon diitcront bcotlona of tho nrmy or reliefs or rolnfoveomcnU presumably advancing through hostilo .country. Tho oystem of an oiT-shoot of tho dog smuggler system, which Is do pcrlbed in lljaokwood's, and tho stops by which tho animals aro taught to un derstand what is wanted of thorn aro best shown by refe...

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. — 18 January 1890

.....,.-.- iinnHbiBWIitii-ii h 1 ififaSBff1 jjtfWffiWTOflWMrw.1 Auditors OHlco N,J i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT I T T HP LARGER CIRCULATION JOB' OFFI-G'E.1 THAH AMY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money; All KUiil ofToI Printing Done I nt LOWEST PJl WES. SrSSf- YOIi. IV. NO. 26 LOGAN. O., SATURDAT. JANUARY 1H, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAiR. ,1- ML- , -v j 5 'wht. . iflh aJt. j riil ) !JH,Vlf II iK A B 51 i' THE PEOPLES' BANK OF L00AN. Cash Cppltnl $50,000.00, Deposits secured by Individual .., Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Pooh n gciiprnl bantling buMiicKK. VnrclRii Drafts mill .SteiiniHlilp Tleleoln for Bile nt low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. G, Opera Homo. IiAwitRKCic A. Rur.VKit, President. ClKonui: W. l'or.LK.v, Vlca I'rcst. Ukuukn I). Cui.vuit, CobIiIoi-. THE FIRST BANK OF LOO AX, OHIO. .Office Hours from 1) 11. in. to !1 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $30,000. Joint. Walker, President. Chan. E. Ho wen, Cashier. Docs a general bunking buxincsn, rccolvcs riuHiNl(...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 January 1890

W3,s THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. orao. Tun baby Kinp ot Spain Is tho thir teenth of his ntinio. Ills mother feola nervous nboul him.' Tun oldest member of tho French Legion of Honor Is .1 soldier nlnoty nlno yours old, tho last survivor of tho battloot Trafalgar. A lilXOY old coin talcon recently for a twontyflvo-cent pieeo ab a drug storo in llondorson, Ky., proved to bo a Itotnan gold coin of tho dnto of 12."S. Aswrtirw Caiinkoii: has authorized tho ofliclals of tho Cambria Iron Company to draw on him for funds to rohulld tho Johnstown l'ublio Library building, Which was destroyed by tho flood. Awiiiiat influx ot Immigrants Is ex pected In February, and tho railroads aro already arranging for tho division ot tho labor of carrying tho nowly-arrivcd lordes to their nov homes in tho West Tin: recently-formed order of United Amorlcan Mechnnlcs in 1S00 will begin crusado against tho Hungarian coal miners and laborers in Conncllsvllle, l'a., with tho Intention of ousting them .from that r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 January 1890

TIITO OHIO TSiaMOOnAr. T.OaAy. OHIO, S A TUT?,D A Y.-T AS VARY IS,' 1800. P MOTHER-LOVE. My wifo, his tnothor, roclts him Ana braids her nut-brow li lmlf, Ami smllos, am) stoopi to fondle Our now-born eon nntl hlr. v Triumphant Rate maternal I Slnoo Evo's In parndlso "Wlint raptured, orbi supernal Could mutch her lovo lit cycoT Their Rlorlcd glow nngello Brlnira IMcn back again; Redeems a world's long struggle With fort-ow, Mn nnd pain. Tor Lovo ran win In losing, Find v Ictory In defeat! Knit pntri-rent t'es tho llrmor, Malto nil Cat til's sorrows sweet. Not LI To s unfatuomed riddle, Not Death's unnumbered graves, ' Can daunt tho trust of munhord In tho Mother lovo that saves I Chicago Journal. "DANDY JACK." A Horo'In.Kid QIovob and Patent Lonthor Boots. "Dandy Jackl" This was tlio Involuntary oxolnmatlon that camo from sovoral of tho group of 'bluo jackets gathered about tho main mast of tho Colorado, whon tho now lioutenant wo woro expecting camo up tho ward-room hatchway, and s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 January 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1890. gmmrwr' TmvrrMtMA'T fr "Hwhhmiih . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, n. w.bbehm; A.. H. "Wilson, Pr!pilolt Editoti Enteral at the Post-office atJoran ax Second-class matter. Wi: acknowledge ,t"o receipt of the "JNiinil Guide" fur 1800 issued jby Jiimes Vick, seedninn, Roches ter ftY. It is h lino catalogue iiml well worth the price asked We. J, B. Foit.vKKii.told tho Leglsla--Cure tlmt there was nothing for them to do hut to make tho usual appropriations and go houie. Jul Gov. Campbell thinks differently nsenn be seen hy rending his utile 'inaugural' message published in .this number of the Dhmockat. Joiiih, Qfit Your (Jim. "A remarkably large number of communists participated in tho sacrament of tho Lord's supper tit ttyo M. K. church last Sunday '(tsv.o.ulng, ,thc Hilar being crowded .eight times and partial;,' filled the jlilnth time' Nolsonvillo Itogisier. Whtitl We had thought tlmt tho .Comniunjsts were all iu Chicago, nnd, the thought gave us gr...

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. — 18 January 1890

r , 'wnBiBiwrrrfi -"if THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. 1890. wwwijWMwmMi'ai JTw,i'nmanfiiimMwwuiJ iw.miijjw uawiiwiwi ihwwiwihiw . i,ifflifrtWttK. TVtfa paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Mnmlus Holier Sundayed in Logtlll. Rend tlio "ads" of Sheriff's Sales in this Issue. Dr. Mansfield was at Atliens yesterday on business. S. A. Primmer, of Good Hopo was in town yesterday. Born, to Rov. and Mrs. D. R. Moore, Jan. ICtli, a son. 'ilorri, Jhn. 16, to Mr. and Mrs. John Uckor a daughter. George IIoll is engaged at Johnny Fraseh's as clerk. Tliad Allen is down from Lima on u visit for u few days. Luke Lehman is now in the employ of.Collins & Moore. Wo noticed N. P. Ferguson of Washington in town Friday. Miss Myrta Woods is visiting in Logan. Gnllipolls Bulletin. John Hansen was in Dayton this week u few days on business?. Andrew Crawford of the Canal .Commission came home Monday evening. Nearly every body has an at tack more or less ...

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. — 18 January 1890

" "WJ ViS lfTrt-'i' THE OHIO PEMOOKAT, LOG-Ajr, OIIIO, SATURDAY. .TA"N1T A UV IS, 1800. -"" OHIO DENOCRflT. lit" LOGAN. i t i OHIO. WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN? What Is a RcntlcninnJ Is It a tlilni? Decltcd with a pcarf pin, a chain ami a ring DroRicd In n suit of Iminnculnto stylo, Sporting nn cyo-glass, a lisp nnrt n smllot Talking of races, of concerto unci balls, livening aipcmbllcs, ami nttcruoon calli, Sunning hlmelf at "at homes" unci Imrarn, Whistling imizurkii, and smoking cigars? "Whnt is n a gentleman! Say, Is It ono Hoilitlng of conquests and deeds ho hns donot Ono who unhlushlngly glories to speak Things which shouldcall up a Hush to his chcolst One, who, while ratllm; at ncllotis unjust, Hobs somo joung heart of Its pureuess and trut Beorns to steal money, or jowcls, or wealth, Thinks It no wrong to talco honor by stealth? Wb.it Isagentlemnn? Is It not ono Knowing Instlncth ely whnt ho should shun, Spenlilng no word thnt could Injuro or pain, Spreading no scandal, and decp'nln...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 January 1890

yjmmz "t:'VA.'. wip frv k. ' itaini" " TECE OHIO DEMOCRAT. H-OG-Ay. OHTO. SATURDAY". JANUATtr IS, 1H00. iMS . I FARM AND GARDEN. Winter, feeding. . Homo'lCxoollcnVltiieUii tor Footling Sheep, 'ffios'o -, who"' food tholr animals In fcholtorod yards or nndor sheds may omploy yacks for retaining- tlio foddor, which may. also bb provldod with troughs for holding, grain or meal wiion It Is fod' separately. Tlioso who nppro clato neatness will Mcslfo to construct such rncks ns present n noat appear anco. Such a one la roprosontod In Fig. 1 ot a rack for feeding shoop. Tho ggf!gg?)Ssgggg? no. 1. po3tg may ho of homlook or other tlm bor, 3 hy 4 lnchca and 3 foot long. Tho hoards must bo planed on tho edgos, so as not to catch tho wool. Tho ond plocos may bo boards a fow Inches wldo and ill inchoa long. Tho long bottom boarda will inako a tight bottom, and tho posts will bo about :i foot long. Tho slata aro 33 inchoa long and 3K wldo. All tho feed that drops through tho slats is caught In t...

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. — 18 January 1890

,y - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JAXTJAKY, 18, 1800. U IIIWIW ItlBHMMrtWWWBWWWWi faiBMWwitwuijiwii'fia'iw ivwiwiwf 'tisvmjwmw A NOCTURNAL ENCOUNTER. JIpw .Tclf Uavla 0o n Light to a Follow 7 ' l'o'llliel.tii. Tho fallowing llttlo etory, tin absoluto faot concerning tho Into JuJTorson Davis, roay ma bo out of or.dor, BayB n writer in tho New York Uornlcl, Sovoral ,yoars boforo tho war my father Judge Thomas M. O'Hrlon, now of Colorado was a resilient of AVashington. Tho laily who afterward becamo my mothor lived In Washington, and It was during Iholr courtship that tho Intcrostinf opi soilo ocourrod. My father, who was an Invotorato smokor, hail just paid an ovonlng " visit to his Bwcolhcart, and upon leaving tho houso produced a clfiar for his lnovltablo amoko and then dis covered that ho had no match. Observ ing a man approaching In tho dlstanco py father walked on toward him, and ,upon mooting tho gontloman stopped him with "I hog your pardon, sir, but "will you oblige mo with a,...

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. — 25 January 1890

f , y, , -fBT.piJ"' -ffWFfi1 Auditors Offlco rt--s. i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT i F JOB OFFICE. V I All Kind ofiTob Prhtthlff Done i at LOWEST PJtICISS. t c LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JASTUAKY 25, 1890. YOIi. IV. NO. 27 TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. rfl tttt- w -wr $-w n': ?r . iw 'A r-pr Flarir circulation"! HR.( IH Oil iFMOr R AT l!r:f JUL. JlL J&. Js V-- JiL J XL x4 .-saaL-- m L v jjl .?JsL n-X. jh. jl muichcho iui ucaa mime, THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOG AH. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does u cciiornl banking lntsIneFS. ForolRii Drnfls mill Bteamshlp Tlefcot for sale at low est rntcft. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opera House. liAWltKNCK A. Cui.VKlt, President. 'OKUltOK V. l'UM.HN, Vll'0 l'rcst, Uieudkn D. CUX.VKI1, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from i) a. m. to a u m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John. Walker, President. Chan. IS. Bowcn, Cashter. Roohii Rcncrnl ImnktiiK tmslncm, receive de-poiltK, dlwounts...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 January 1890

vj- vTfittlr,p",.!t1"' oina CURRENT TOPICS. Boston will havo a superintendent ot electric wires, lor Bnfoty. ItAimtTS can bo bought at" Tarsons, Kan., at two conls aptcco. A CiinsTRii (Vt.) woman illslocatod her shoulder In making her bed. Tiikiu: aro forty-flvo votorans ot tlio late w.ar in tho Iowa Legislature. Jin. Stjsauss, of Vienna, who is a mu sician of note, says tho waltz is on tho decline Nkw Yohk. city has recoived during 18S0 fourteen inches moro'than tho avor ago rainfall. A nkw railway In Wisconsin is called "tho Waukesha, I'owaukoo.Oconomowoo and Eastern. Ciiicaoo's Auditorium, hotel is on leased ground, and cost to build and fur nish 52,500,000. IlKxnr Wattkiison's father, at tho ago of elghl.y-thrcc, continues to wrlto nowspapor letters. At Williamsport, Pa., flvo red-headed girls havo give a "whlto horso bazar" in tho causo of charity. Ilnxnr 31. St.vxi.i'.y lias been offered an engagement for fifty lectures in this country at SI, 000 each. A Pennsylvania man wants...

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. — 25 January 1890

"A k'f 4 INAUGURATION DAY. Hon James E, Campbell Inaugurated as Governor. Altrllllnnt lMcrnnt t'!ier. In n Now Ad ministration Qnvnriior I'nrnlccr ClrnccTulty AmUts In tho Cerenitinlc. CotAJMnus, O., Jon. IS .Tnmcs n. Campbell ontorcil upon his duties n? Qovcrnor of Ohio tit S o'clock this afternoon, amid tlio nourish of trumpets, the music of bunds, tho cheers of thousands of Dcmooratla ndinlrcrs from nil over Ohio ant? from other States, nnd under auspices ns favorable its a Uovcrnor of Ohio over enjoyed on Wng Inducted to his crcat ofTlco. Tho Innucurntlon ceromonlos vrcro held on tho cast tcrraeo of tho nnpltol. On tho stand were Gorcroor-olcct Campboll nnd itnff'tho mombers of tho hitter belnjr lnfullrejlmcntnls; 1'rlvnto Sce-otary Charles li. Kurtz, l'rlvntc Seerctary Clntido Moolior, tho Judges of tho supremo Court, Stato officials. Senators nnd Iteprcscntntlves nnd other notables. A crowd of perhaps five thousand people tilled the broad nrcnnt the cast front of tho C.ipltol,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 January 1890

-1tBM JWfTtylHVV THE OKlCf DEMOGBA-S-rR-bAr AmBS, 1890. f"6 ' i T" TwX,tTT?'nj' " ' " ii iiiii" ' iiiaimii hiiihiiii) -., , m OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BREHH. Proprtotol A.. H. Wilson, - - - Editor. JZntcmlatthcPost'OfflccatLogaH an Second-class 7iialtcr. ADAM FoiiKPAUOir tlio great showman died of pneumonia, Thursday, ut Philadelphia, J. C, Tuthill of Lancaster has been designated by Gov. Campbell for State Librarian. The selection is a good one. Now, thanks to Ballot Box AVoodj we have a nnmo for Hn" stead of the Commercial Gazette that Just, flts. Wood calls him "Old Snorting Horse." Hon. John L. Gkykh lias been nominated by tho Democrats for Representative in tho Paulding Defiance- district, to succeed Knapp. A. D. Hkpknek, of Columbus, ?x-trcasnrcr of Franklin County, haB been nominated by the Demo crats of that county for Represen tative, to succeed John B. Law lor, deceased. TitE Democratic Party of Ohio is entitled to a fair representation in Congress, and having cast more votes at...

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. — 25 January 1890

w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1890. tnMmmmmaiimimmtMMri This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Vic Touaehor is in the city this? week. -C II. Bucrhnus was In Colum bus Tuesdny. A daughter of Chns M. Bowiby is quite sick. Dr. Dye is sick, confined to his room nnd bed. Senator Sherman Is reported to bo quito, ill. Bert JligylnH of McArthur was, in tow,fYthIii,w'eek. r-AV. J. McManigal wua up from Orbiston Tuesday. Subscribe for the Democrat find get the news. Father Cndy, who has been quito ill, is recovering. , Dr. Q. V. Beery was at our of fice Tuesday on business. Ferdie Itcmpel and his little duughter Flotence are flick. Mrs. Yerges is sick at Iicr father's home in Cleveland. Attorney 8vinehartof Adclphi was in the city Monday on busi ness. Jack' McBrfdo came down frotn.Coltimbus Monday with the "Grippe." John T. Foreman of McArthur was in the city several days tho ast week. Tho man whoakl it would be cold Into In the season...

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. — 25 January 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OniO, SATURDAY. r ANITA RY 25, 1890. K THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, t t OHIO. 'HOW THANKFUL WE SHOULD BE. If tnngucs woro nil nttnchcrt to brains, How thankful w o should ho I If "hops" w cro burred from railway trains, How thntiktiil wo should lol If finis unit foibles wcro tabooed, If gum wcro not by ladles chowed, If ricnth w ould kindly steal tho dude, How thankful wo should liol Chicago Herald. "It cnts would only Rlcep nt night, How thankful wo should hot If money would not get so tight, How tbnnltful wo should hot Jf women would not tnlk, forsooth, If ladles' lints wcro less uncouth, Jf weather clerks would tell tho truth, Hou thankful wo should bo I Yonkcrs Statesman. If ihhermen would stick to facts, How thankful wo should bo I If men would sit botweon tho acta. How thankful wo should bo I If girls In front tholr hats would doff, If folks would stop nt homo who cough, If empty guns would not go off, How thankful wo bhouhl be I llostou Courier. If drin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 January 1890

THE OniO DBMOORAT. IiOG-AJT, OIIIO SATURDAY. JAKUA RY 25, 1Si0. FARM AND GARDEN, EMBDEN GEESE. Tliey Arc. I'lnci Hlrili ntul Fnrmlilnblo lthnla r tho Toulouse- llrooil. Although tho fjrny or TouIoubo gooso tnny bo rognrdotl ns tlio moro popular and, prohnlily on nocount of Its slzo, tho must profltnblo, it hits n formidable) rlvnl In tlio whlto or Embdon vnrloty, which is vory flno in quality, but does not attain to tho samo sizo. This docs not always nppoar to havo boon tho qaso, for old Motibray says: "Tho whlto appears to bo tho largest, if not tho hoavlost, of Its kind, and, somo may ovon add, tho prottirst, too, though that must clearly bo judged as a mattor of tasto only." Tho snmo wrltor rocs on to say that tho Kmbdon takes its namo from tho Hanoverian town whonco it was, many years since, imported, and whonco, as also from somo parts of Prussia nnd Hol land, wo still continuo to draw supplies. ItdlHors In no rospoot from tho common English goose, having preclsoly tho samo fo...

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