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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 January 1890

" t (WaW-TpJOTWJfW'' T1TT, OHIO DFMUCRAT, SATUUDAY. JANUAKT, 25, 13)0. Milium iMiittnuilinmlMiawl",IJM "'- MY LOVE SEWED OH. fly tovo sowed en n:ul she stitched my hoott Into onoh gloianltifflalJ; flho sat whtra tho nun Eliono on her fcnlr, ChiuiKlnu lti h.wn to got J, And Htlll she scinJ with nlKh nnil nmlle, Making lin-jvoclUing dre-ci Cio while My lnvo ncwed on nnd she stitched my heart lntoonoli tlnyrcwn', "led llp-, white brow and happy eyes Were vailed In the tender ilream, .And still he Bhu neved Bto saw; ami smiled, MuI;Iiih a rtl-o for a lU-tlo child. Wy lovo etsved on, pud Jut tenrs foil fast On tho KUlbtra her nei-dlo pressed 1 ay nuur ),y tn a cold, whlto nlccp, With my hnniln c.-oi-icd on ray brctit How could my low. with lior head low liowcd JJnow JUnl 1 know showns innklnnmy shroudl Mary A. Doalooa, Jn America. LEGENDS OF IOWA. Origination and Character of W03t orn Folli-Loro. Tho "tono Treo" OpenlnR or Itoclt to Concent n Olri Pursued by Bivnso-i Saved by n Thinnlcr-...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

Auditors umw F THE OHIO DEMOCRAT VS The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION I JOB OFFICE. VALLEY. ' Money. AH Kilifls of.Tob 1'rlnUna Done J I at LOWEST 1'ltICliS. YOL. IV. NO. 28 LOGA3ST. O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THAtf Morel THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Indivldunl Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doom general banking; business. . Foreign Drafts nnd Htcamshlp TlckoU for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. CiAwnitifcie A. Cor.VKii, President. Ukoiiqk W. rur.i.KN, Vlco Prcst. Ukuiikk 1). Cui.VEU, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. Oflico Hours from it a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Wallcer, President. Chan. IS. Bowcn, Cashier. Dock ii reneral banking business, receive ilrnoAlls, discounts paper, anil buys und fcclls Kxchunge. TasT-UANK In central room In tlio JumcK Illock. ATTOltNEYS. Ct. w. brehm. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllson Building...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

:??ip r .- 'lff' tr ""v rA ? - TKEaaiaBEaoBBflT. X.OGAX. : oino. CURRENT TOPICS. Tun influonza has dono Its worst In London. Idaho Is said to liavo a Mormon pop ulation of 25,000. Nhvaija, Jlo., taxes hor whisky to pay for her water. A Mkxicax editor has gono to jail for Hboliiiff Adollna l'atti. A Qr.oiuiiA boy has won tho first prlzo In oratory at Princeton. A witiTi: rat with a hlnck head is a curiosity at 1'onn Yan, JT. Y. Cmr.r JusTicn Coiti.iss, of North Da kota, rofuscs to accept railroad passos. Ht:v. Mil. Si'Uitoi:oK is crippled with tho sciatica, and Is unablo to leavo Mon tone. Tun Sonthorn strawberry crop Is rlponlnp; from six to ten wcclts ahead of tlmo. A Florida nowspapcr tho other day rojoiced over rain, the first since Novem ber 20. Tiinrtn Is a stoady influx of visitors now at tho North Carolina "plno re Borts." Jrn. STAM.r.Y is expected to mako a prolonged stay in Cairo for climatic roason. Vkxezuela last year contributed 300, 000 bags of colTeo to tho world's vls...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

TBM OHIO DEMOOZIAT, XjOOAir, OHIO, SATURDAY, tfJEBRUAlttT 1, 1800. THE UNDERTONE. Thy word, 0 Lord, for ovormoro Is truot Tho deep without cutis to tho deop within. Hero on tho sunlit crags I Ho nt onso, Whcnco I boliold nn endless vast without, And dimly know a decpor vast within, Ono with otcrnnl volco of poallnp sound, And ono with consoless crying of tho soul, VVhllocnch to each n, solemn nnswer gives. Hoarltcnl My soul, bo still mid understand I Swept by swift winds nnd drawn by secret power, Tho waters break In muslo on tho shore, And with n speechless yot a meaning volco, Not to bo lionrd but by tho fortunnto car Attuned to high nnd spiritual sounds, Thoso waters cry, behold, thoy cry aloud, Moaning In tender sympnthy with pain, Shouting anon with fresh and chlldlllto glee, Or murmuring low as In lovo's fond cmbrneo, Or llko tho prayers of saints about to dlo, Then thundering tho wnrrlor's bnttlo-shoutj Tho market's hum, the gold of eloquence, Tho ovcr-wenrylng wrnnglo of tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MUilTAliy 1, 1890. " HBTTIV1W Mtfluwtrw-Cjrva r- wo-t'W'wwiMTfct'tTigi,TTwrtriJuy. wKumwnvWMmmtmn&tmMmmmrtTvrahiv&wwiM&tirvM'AnrMm jjumiijjjiTurvTWwrwfWjrwuwtrgi .wjawimi HS V. s - tMy -uw V 'M X irf i , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. V, I II -... .... U.W.iniEIIM, A.H.Wiloon,, - - - Editor , JCntcredal the Ihysl-offlcbtllLogui' fi,s 'Second-class matter CoMTMiius Smil 11 terrible oxper lonco with natural gas. Gov. CamiMm'.Mi is nt Fortress Monroe where his wife is sick. W. A. Taylor, tlio Chiof Cleric of ,the Ohio Senate, will give u ground hog supper, or celubruto tho day, ,on Monday evening, by giving a supper to the Governor and (lie Democratic Senators. John L. Gi:vi:u was elected by tho Democrats of Paulding and Defiance Counties last Tuc-day to till tho vacancy occasioned by the death ,of Jlepreontntivo Knupp. Ills majority was over liJUO. Nj:xt Tuesday will bo thcqiecinl election for lU'presi'iitatlvo in Franklin County, and for Senator hi Drown a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

1 TJWWV THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. FEBRUARY, 1. 1800. t raiBKMit mt jnr&KTB UTJWmrTV"fWW KmrTTlT (Ft JffIrV"t 'JTttV TW1"T TJ,'.I1 V 1TAII"LI'I V '"IV" tJI 'M I'llMflH H This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Mrs. .lJurvey Mooro is very sick. Mnck Council wng in Coluni fou8 Monday. Mrs. Georgo Folk Is very low Willi pneumonia. John W. Smith of Liuirol wus in town Thursday. "Chan" Hishon is Sccrotury for C. D. Norrls nt tlio Depot. Mrs. Myrtio Vorhes, nee Dolli son was in town last week. Born, Jan. 18, to Mr. nncl Mrs. John Slilvoly u daughter. Nelson Armstrong, Auditor elect, was in town Tuesday. John M. Buchanan of Bloom ingvillo was in town Tuesday. To-morrow is St. Ground Hog Day. Notice if the sun shines. Miss Lulu Butin of I't. Pleas ant, "W. Vn., is visiting in Logan. Miss Ella Mcoks is very sick with La Grippe and lung trouble. Col. "Weldy and Collector Kontncr were in Lancaster Mon day. Judgo Acker has been confined to his ro...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

"'rwr,''"'f,v s THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN. OHIO, SATURDAY. PEBRUAKY 1, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. IV.ANT : : Oino. TWO BOYS' JACKETS. Why do llioso halt-worn Jnckots hang I Upon tha chamber wnll, Just whero my oyes, Inst thlnj; nt night, And llrst nt morning, fallT And do they never leave their nail? And nro they never worn? Tho "Melton" still looks Mimcwhat smart, Tlio "Tweed" la sadly torn. Thov call to mind n last Year's nest, Lett on a lenllc9 bough I scarcely know n reaton why I Uucp thoo Jackets now. It's just ii way wo mothers hnvo Of hoarding llttlo thlnRS Mementoes ot tho tlmo boforo Our lledgllngs found their wings, Of course, I'm proud and Rlart to know Tho lads havo grown npaco, And wero not slack to scclc tho front To run life's gallant rare. 1'vo seen them do their manly part, ' Hut In my heart they wear Tho boyish gulso of boyish days Tho "Tweed" nnd "Melton" there. Tho rough, gray jacket Honvco wore, JWltli pockets plentiful, With elbow patched and bulimia gone. ' With ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

jajMoajwa! H"- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAlT,, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1890. m"y " j mniMu iKmfjrtwiiiiiw I' I FARM AND GARDEN. TOOLS FOR THE ORCHARD. ho Uucccmrut Frtitt-Growor Should llnre Kvcry Ono of Thoio. AH tho tools noedod and UBcd by our old settlors' worn an axo and an augur, and with thorn thoy would, construct housos and repair Blolfrhs, wnjrons and implomonts, and this probably much bottor than Ihoy could liavo dono It with a full sot of carpontor's and wairon-makora tools, if such woro suddonly glvon to thorn. To do tho best work requires not only tho propor tools, but also skill in thoir uso Tho nvorago orohardist probably has rxo. 1. tools ron Tim ohchakd. -fow if any of tho implomonts for tho caro of trees hero illustrated, and ho may got along very well without, if ho uses a common pruning saw, knilo, otc, proporly. Yot tho possession of perfect tools affords not a littlo satisfaction to tho user, and it ofton facilitates tho work wondorfully, Tho implomonts hero ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 February 1890

1 the orno democrat, satukdat. ttkbktjaux. i. isoo. TJjeFnll ofMcGinry. Hie Ajlventnm of a Very UiiCortpiintc Mnii. Dnii It Hr I .IT Tnlfeetl Alio.J, ropi aii c Kii db r UieCouutry to the Other The Stor of HJs Sntl Pud. The iiiifortiiiitito fato of Dun Mc (Glnty linslK'OU tolil In sour nnd (fltory In audi 11 luiwincr us to uwftjj: ,iii the moat uytiitvitjicjtic expros slons ri'liiJLive to Jiia unfortynuto julvontyrcs, Dun's nipinnry Is .cherished by the public Every where can he Jicnrd somo montlon .fMcOlnty's cUssniiponraocc, and tllls neighborhood nnd hold a pro Jils roIiik down Into tho dvpthsof (the blye .sea has come to bn re garded as ono of tho Mjisforjincs of ytho age. Vhother Ujo genial Dnn is now pouring out blarney to the jnermnlds below Is riot known, but Ills friends console themselves with 4ho belief that no matter where Dan is now, ho is milking tho best .oflijs position. In Dan's Wood flowed the best Wood in Kilaloo, and though he may not h ivo Impressed people with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 February 1890

E2!S2S f-'0 - '&.' rrsS , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT OhicxBemoc "w LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. . JOB OFFICE. I All Khulk of, fob I'HiltliiffDonc I More News for Less Money, j ( at XO 7f 'EST I'JIZCES, W"V VOL. IV. NO. 29 LOGAN. O., SATFRDS", EBRUAYR H, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. KSsastKSESS The THE PEOPLES' BANK OP Ito OAK. Cash Capital 860,000.00. Deposits Bccurod )ty Individual , Jjinbillty of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general lmtiklnpr business. Foreign nrnrtx nud Htcumshlp TlcUots for wile nt low est rntetf. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawiucnce A. Cui.VKn, President. Unoiunc W. 1'um.kk, VIco Prest. UKunKM n. Cut.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK CiFLOCfAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 0 n. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, president. Chan. E.Jioweiij Cashier. Woesa Kenernl banking business, receives deposits, discounts pnpor, mill buys and sells Kxuliungu. ASK-In central room In the Jumes MY LOVE HAS GONE AWAY. Z usod to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 February 1890

'W n.1 V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAN, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1890. rf-'- 'TM l.OGAN. J OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. TnK Van-American delegates will visit Montreal. Qonr.N ViCTOniA. receives 340 or moro lottors a day. Fnr.Ncit speculators have created a corner In sardines. Tin: United Statos is sending Ico to Canada via Detroit. GiiNtiiAi. Uaum lias Issued 34,(100 pen Blon certincates thus far. A non that can't hark is ono o tho curiosities ol Edlnboro, N. J. Two-Tiiimisof all tho chlldron horn In Connecticut In 1SS9 woro hoys. Gr.Nr.n.vi. SnriiMAN will bo sovonty years old tho Sth of Fobruary. Lno XIII. will ho eighty years old on March 8, should ho llvo till then. No less than 1,000,000 pralrlo chickens uro marketed in Chicago ovory year. Colonel Noiitii, tho English nitrato king, has a privato dog-houstf that cost S.,230. The Farniors' Association of South Carolina will nomlnato a Stato ticket this year. D'Ai.nr.KT, tho planist.is a strict vege tarian and oats an onormous nuinhor of a...

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. — 8 February 1890

TS8" THJ& OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 3890. I m TO FLORENCE. A Valentino. GAUGE J dftro to toll you, Floronco, Of tho soorotthot I hold, Lost you, with nllno nb horronco, Snylng I am overbold, Toss your queenly hoiul nml pout your Protty ncarlotllps In scorn; IJut I've dronmed 80 much tiboutyour Loving wnys both night nnd morn, ThntntlastI hnvo de cided, Though you think mo sadly wonk. And dcclnro mo most misguided, Now to speak I When tho summor's golden glory Mndo tho oarth divinely fnlr, First I dnrcd to breatho tho story Of my secret to tho air, Longing that fcDmo sprite or spirit, Disembodied, lurking near, Listening might chance to hear It, And repent It In your car. "With my uicssngo no befriending Fnlry to your chnmbor flow, Or I should not now bo sending This to you. Autumn's hazy skies nbovo you Wero as brllllnnt as tho trees, "When, at ovc, I heard "I loo you," In each murmur of tho breeze. "Vet I could cot summon courage, Could not trust my falt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 February 1890

FLinitAKY 8,1800 1 It ,1 ,i ill A , M. -, . i . . 1M wuiWMMffiWffTW waff W w wywwwww" KrttlVl WMPffSMMl ' wwiLiww'iiM'iwim'i wmnu.t urn-Mi1. wwri i t i. i - f i ) di .vr 4 ) ( ! : AT k .v 1" I ilD A , JVvt.rvi t??i&wnTrttxr) 7tWftwwirwvrww-T-w . . 77 ," T J - - y- " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT; O.W.BttEHM. A.. H. Wilson, Ttoptlotol Editor. Enlcrcdatthclosl-ofllccalJogu) as Second-dans matter. PiiOTKonow is contrary to the gonIusof froo institutions. Have wo a republic in fact or In nnmo only. Ontitfotfis suffering from floods cntiscd by licnvy rains and melting snows. The nunio of tho g. o. p. should bo clmngcd to Imperialist. It is a travesty on good sense to. cull them Republicans. ThK peoplo may may nmko up their minds to tho fact that Con gress will pnss a Federal election law. The rights of tho States aro no barrier. Sorn weeks sinco .lames Sloan of Alliance, fireman on tho Ft. Wayne railroad, lost .f;!5!) which ho had in his sleeve. Charles Rosen -herry, n, young man, was arested To...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 February 1890

jW'ifcWfri s: iriy yir TTt ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1890. Thix papa goes loprcss atSo'aloek Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L06AL NEWS. Tj, W. Boory of Benton wns in town Monday. Some cuss stole .Too Kosslcr's cont Wotlncstlny. J. B. lllnson of Lniirolvlllo wns in town Thursday. Judge Bright wns hi McArthur "Wednesday on legal business. Kittainillor & Son linvo dls eol vctl'iiVt ridrsli t p. Socuotieo; Miss An nil Wright is visiting relative's and frlotuls in Logan this week. Oscar Pisson in "Wild Oats," will boat, ltompel's Opera, House Feb. 27. John lilzcr of Perry somehow got to town through tho mud Wed nesday. Next Friday is St. Vnlentino's Day. Send' your swoet-licnrfc a nice lecture.' Everybody wait for tho Canta ta, "Jpplithali nhd His Daughter," Feb. 20, and 21. Geo Green, of Perry County visited his brother Lowis some v days this week'. Tho sale of seats for "Jephthah and His Daughter," will open at Kessler Bros., Monday 10th. James D. Miller of Colum...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 February 1890

Tt "gXfregtffc sF it? m- & & i - THE OHIO DEMOOBATnLO&Ay, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBBTTARY 8, 3890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. THEY TWAIN SHALL BE ONE. Tho tnsk Is dono by toil, dear. ' Tho task is dono hy tolls Itut only holt tho toll, dear, When tho twain nro one. Then lot's join hand to hand, dear Lot us Join hand to hand, Thnt my strength may ho thlno And thy strength may bo mlno, And our hands ho ouo Till tho task Is dono. Tho race la run by speed, dear Tho race Is run by speed; Hut only half tho speed, dear, "When tho twnln nro ono. Then let's join loot to fool, dear, Let us join foot to foot, That my speed may bo thtno And thy speed may bo mlno. And ourfeot boono Till tho raco Is run. Tho prlzo Is won by mlnht, dear, Tho prlzo Is won by might; But only half tho might, dear, Vhcn tho twain nro ono. Then let's join heart to heart, doar. Let us Join heart to hoart. That my might may bo thlnoi And thy might may bo mine, " And our hearts, be ono Till tho prlzo Is won. ; ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 February 1890

toiassgHSscafiS wnwwg'im . IK THE OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGAN. OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 3 890. MMnmnpiMW FARM, AND GARDEN. FOR THE POULTRY. A Winter Peroli nnil ft Summer Coop Tiro Gootl Itlcna. Prom ft Into number of Farm nnd Fireside) wo Rot two good ideas whlok wo illuatrnto iiorowltli! Fiff. 1. is a small section ol n poultry I10U80 showing how to protect fowls whllo on tholr porches in winter wonthor. A is ft porch plncod over tho plntform U, under which nro tho nosts E. 0 is acovor hinged to sldo of houso TICKS ON SHEEP. the ittoiiiiiiliilikl Fin. 1. and resting on a rail in front, leaving an ontranco to tho porch as shown. This cover prevents tho cscapo of animal heat and shields tho birds from cold draughts from abovo, at tho samo timo suitahlo ventilation is afforded by Mio opon spneo In front. In warm wcathor the cover may bo raised and fastened againsj tho wall. Fig. 2 is a section of a largor cut which wo copy from our contomporary, showing how to uso sugar-barrols for coops...

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. — 8 February 1890

.; a. J ? -,1- TT1 E OiriO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, VETUUTAttT 8, 1890. I Ill-Is lllllll IIIUMKII M - miwmjuMnimwntiwwjBWwiwifffWiWiiiiFJwwii i LONLEY GULCH The Mystery Of Tho Graves. Two An AITccHiip Story Told lija I'orracr Prospector of tho Colorado Mountains. tlcnilvllle Democrat! "I noticed a few weeks ago in your pnpor n description of lonely graves in tho mount lins of Uoloru ndo," romnrked a gentleman to tho writer Monday. "At tho time I rend it I wns traveling in tho Stato and it reealiod to mind two lonely graves that I know of, which Ho hidden in the recesses of the mountain in Itoutt County. Of courso thcro is a history attached to thorn, and if you lmvo time I will spin tho yam. "In tho year of 1872 I was pros pecting in the neighborhood of Hans' Peak and tho Jiabbit car Itnnge, and at thnt time very little was known of tho rich silver veins which traversed that portion of the State. There were other pros pectors in the country, and the few of us felt elated over the finding...

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. — 15 February 1890

jiiiiiy)MIIWInmn Auditors OITlco T.HE0HI0 DEMOCRaTI fTH -- - iX y tt' JOt, OFFICE. I Upj jlrlTO" All Kituls of, Tob Print! tiff Dona I J I IVv JL JL A M LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. e More News for Less Money, iJ at lowest piiices. VOL. IV. NO. 30 LOGAN. O., SATITRD& FEBKTTAYK 15, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER, YEAE. "V . i THE PEOPLES' BANK OE LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Imlivklunl Luibiliry oLovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general Imnklnc minim'. Foreign Drnfls niul HtciniiBlilp TlckoU for snlo nt low est rules. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. Lawkkmck A, Cui.vicit, Preldcnt. OKOllOK W. I'UM.KS, Vlru l'rcst. UKUllliN D.Oux.VKli, Cuslitcr. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. Ofllqo Hours from 5) a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. lioivcn, Cashier. Doesn general bunking business, received deposits, discounts paper, niul buys und sells lSxclumge. Jrw-IIANIC In ccntrnl room In tlio James ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 February 1890

.fi yrsrBW "'ftwn'r 3vr -frt M fc'! ,' m- ?& IP-4 r&.i THEOH.fflDEHOCRAT. Z.OGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Sunatou IToaji lias rocovorod from hla tcccnt illness. "OuinA," It is roportod. Is troubled with Insomnia. IIev. Sam Small is locturing In Mas Eachusott towns on tempornnco. Mr. Moiiosk is prosldontol tbo Drum mors' association of Connecticut. Fivi: now war sbip3 for tho Turkish navy wcro launched nt Constantinople. It is said that thoro aro forty-olghfc languages and dialects spoken In Mex ico. Gladstonr thinks Swlnburno will bo tho successor of Tonnyson as poet lau reate. The taxes for Stato purposes aro lowor in Missouri than in any Stato in tho Union. SiioULnr.tt capos of laco and beads aro to tako tho placo of tbo fur ones In tho spring. Silt Monr.CLi, Mackenzie contem plates making a lecture tour of this country. Canatia has permanently hired a doc tor, who is a leprosy oxpert, to hunt that disease. Iucia ZAitATn, tho Mexican midgot, died on one of tho snow-blockaded...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 February 1890

TH12 OniO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAN". OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1800. MOTHER'S HANU5. Buch beautiful, beautiful hands 1 They wero not whlto nor small, And you, I know, would scnrcoly think That they wero fair nt nil. I'vo looked on hands whoso form nnd huo A sculptor's drenm might tio; Yet wero theso ngod, wrinkled hnnds , ' Moro boautltul to me. Such beautiful, beautiful bands! Though hearts woro weary nnd sad, Tbcso patient hands kept tolling on That children might bo glad. I almost weep, ns looking back To childhood's dlstnnt dny, I think how her bonds rostcd not, When mmo woro nt tholr piny. J3ut oh I boyond this shndow-land, Whoro nil Is bright and fair, I know full well thoso denr old hands Tho palms of victory bear iVhero crystal streams, through endless tlmo, 1 1 low over golden sands ; Knd wbllo tho old grow young ngnln I'll clasp my mothor's hands. II. u. Cartor, In Drnko s Magazine A DUDE'S PHILOSOPHY. Hla Apparel a Matter of Principle and Not Moro Vanity. "WeH-lrrssml Men Oot ...

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