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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 February 1890

'-vrf ' i t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1890. i f rmrla!KMmwt.Mi wijwiukw mm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.WiBREHM. Ptoprlotcl Editor. A.. H. Wilson, - - Enteral at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. b .viA- TS AfV ltiu PitiCB is being recognized as ono or the ablest workers on the Democratic stile of tho House Hocking is honored in tho person of her able young representative. Hon. C. N. Olds, ono or tho prominent attorneys at tho Col bus bnr died at his home in that city on Tuesday hist, llo will bo will be reinemborod here, as onojof tho Attorneys in tho Terrel mur der case. Srnajtok Massik's proposition don't go down the thioats or the sensiblo men or his own party, as tho following from the Springfield Jiepublican indicates: 'The movement to oblige tho flying of the national ling over all our public school buildings is a bit of current nonsense that ought to bo given leave lo withdraw in the legislntuic. Perfunctory patriot ism bus very littio vitality and the ...

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. — 15 February 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 15. 1890. ! . ' i, a ! , ' ft V .5 ' fe- t... This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday cvenjhg. THE OHIO tteMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. M. D. Mooro was in Columbus Thurdiiy. Arch Krle&is clerking for Mil lor &. Cnso. Al 13 rook o 1ms been appointed wolgh master. T. S. Floyd of Perry was in town yesterday. CIhih Dcishlcy wus In Lancnst- or over 8undny. Fred Emvns has been appoint ed lump lighter. O. W. II. Wright was in Col umbus Wednesday. D. M. Rislcy 1ms n very sore th'um from tho bito of a cat. Mrs. Thomas Webb, who has been very sick, is improving. Luke Lehman is engaged as a clerk at D. It. Bishop & Sons. J. F..Comley of Now Lexington was In town some days this week. Mrs. W. M. Bowen and Mrs. A. Brooko wero in Lancaster Thurs day. .loo Scovill was off rusticating fiomowhero in tho country this week. A revival is in progress at the Free Methodist.church on Hunter Street. Bruce Dollison, who has been in Chicago for some time, has re tur...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 February 1890

' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGkAST, OHIO, SATUBDAY. JPEBItfLTAIlY IS, 1890. t"jifijjjp)j,r OIIIO- 1SENCE MY MARY WENT AWAY." . - -c- Y03, sir, you should cst Imvo soon her seen lior lone nnd silky hair, Sliliiln' like it shock o' sunbeams, wavln' la the summer nlr; While her chocks socmea tiloomln' roses, nnd her ttngcrs don't yon know, Thoy svero whlto ns mnplo brnnches, wrapped nrouml by wlntor'ssnnw. Eyos so bis nn' bluo an' honest, nllus Ritzln' Into nilno: An' u henrt thnt no7er faltered, whether rain or whether shtno, Cheerful words for overy body, smllln' nil tho HvclonBdny; D you wonder that I'm lonely, senco my Murj went nwayt I remember how wo used to, on them sunny nftcrnooni, Stroll together through tho woodland, llstcnln' to the pleuinnt tunes TJayod by llttlo jolly breejes, foolln' 'mong tho tree-tops high; An' sho thought that river yundor was a strip o1 fallen sky. Course It's only my odd fancy, nnyhow, It strikes mo so, Hint things now ain't half as cheery as thoy wcro n ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 February 1890

wfrwriTfTg - j-fyjrr" t5?: THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGKA2T, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1890. IWPffMTOJIRWNI V FARM AND GARDEN. PRETTY SPICY, THIS. Bomn Heflectlonii nnil ConoluMona Upon Moilrn or .ImlRlnff Svvlno nt Fnlra. A Hooslor corroqpomlont of tlio Urootl ora G'nzotto snyj: Somo four or flvoyonrs ngo tho writer exhibited hoffs nt tho Kokomo, Intl., Inlr, nt which somo vory funny things hnpponcd. A Poland China brooder thon living In that city wno B&loctcd to mnko tho nwnrds, using tho Bcoro-cnrd (which was now to tho writer). Ho wrlkcd Into tho ring, pen cil In iinntl, nnil nftor soino nppnrontly hard lnbor and consldernblo tlmo suc ceeded in getting a hog scored up In tho nlnotloa somowhoro. After that ho got along moro canlly. Ho kopt his first card and alwn.ys roforrcd to It boforo sotting down n numbor on tho noxt card. Tho writer being of nn Inqulsltlvo naturo asked him why ho roforrcd to his first card always boforo ho put down tho noxt numbor. Ills answor wns: "Oh, tha...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 February 1890

"s" ', Vffi&$FT"w TnE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, FEBHUAIIY 15, 1890. iimmuiMmcmixmmammmmtmmmmmmrinuwmmrm'mrMmmmtiwmmmmmmi imiiiwiMwii wwn i ! !!! I iiiiiiimi iimii nwiwinw hbwiiihiiiihiw i The Wnll of Itio "Orippo" Victim. Aiyfli'y Hv Iai'7 A Crawford. aVicknniilturnbacUnHnlfOli time In jour ,(lhn inn so'lito rest nzaln-Jmt for uvnlpht lincttif. i imir tini k 1 fm' in V tlcih In so rote. Teni, Hiildlitft" tears, down my iniriilnit cl'i'dis pour. Hmonth fiom mv nwlinirl nit tntrn of pain, a'oiUtlce ntnl pirHier.mmly lo invliruln: Wlpciill niipt imiiico oriieti'c Iron mv Up. 1 liii ttio (IrlpiHt, doctor, 1 htnu the Grippe. llnekwiint How httclavnrd,0h tldoof my lenrj, J nm sh wrniy nrwninil In my fur . Oh nit poor hhde, IHhwoImi unit rod, Anno'lnt It Willi gii'iise, mut then tlo up my hiinil. " fc-s " , .. . .;.,, I tun mi tlioitof Knpivins nil rt'iy, T .'i iiwr of titiisffnewpi wvnr m m . . , . (Uli hirtv tlio Bwpnt ifoni,ljyr until red porei jt have till ClrYppc, Uncltrifi lihv th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

; yjP&PfFffly nrmpwepg 1'! '""'WfpW i is -Trrf?"p' WTTV pmW' rW",' f Auditors OlUco THE OHIO li- The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION IdOB YALLEY. j ' All Kind oftToti Money. I at LOWEST PllICES VOL. IV. NO. 81 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ,Vrf,-(" THAN A More Nc THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Ch Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a roiic nil banking lumlnexa. Korolffii Drnrifl mid Steamship Ticket for sate at low est rates. OFFICK, Room No. G, Opera House. Lawkenck A. Coi.vrk, President. UKOitau V. roti.KN, Vloo l'rcsl. Kbuiiun D. Cuj.vkk, G'nshtor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. JS. liotven, Cashier. Doc a general banking business, receives deposits, illucouiiU paper, anil bu n and soils Jjxchango. DANK In contra! room in the James Illorlc. ATTORNEYS. G, W. BREHM. AUorney-at-La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

ttftg. i..T?f:y '-rr. KiiflpS' "t). ,W THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGrAK, OHIO. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1890. i 2IST, X.OGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. They aro talking of a World's fair for 1S97 In Berlin. An Iowa doctor killed a butclior for not trusting lilm. Messenoer hoys aro given froo rldc9 upon public vehicles In Now York. Tun Ilouso Oommlttco on Invalid Pen sions already has 2,500 hills hoforo it. It will cost about 50,000,000 to obtain tho Information for tho olovonth consus. Surr.mxTKNiir.ST Pouter has decided that women may bo consus enumerators. Ahobt 82,000,000 aro sont from this country to Europo ovcry year for dolls. WAi.t.Acr, Watt, a Reading (Va.) five-year-old, has b'con loft ontlroly deaf by tho grip. Ituiu Woods died at Lancastor, Va.., tho other day at tho woll authenticated ago of 107. English capitalists aro now said to ho trying to buy up tho American boot and shoo factories. A tiaiiiko thief entered a yard in Now Brunswick, X. J., tho other night and stolo a hlvo of bee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

-WqiflW ' ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1800, & v AS THE KNIGHT GROWS OLD. - j A ltttlo ltul comes out to piny, . And as ho sports In chlldlllco way, A ltttlo maiden ho doth roc, And snj s to her: "Como play with mo I" A ltttlo man Just ten years old (A right truo Knight both bra a iind bold), A llttlo maiden lends to school; And thoro thoy whisper 'gainst tho rulo. A llttlo rnmhlo In tho Holds, At tlmo whon cuckoo comes and steals A llttlo egg from linnet's nest, And Knight steals henrt from uinldon's broaat. A llttlo question whispered low, (As yot this Knight doth w hlspcr so) A llttlo mnld doth undorstnnd A lover's pressure of tho hnnd. A llttlo sigh, n word, n Id 98, A mnldcn In a world of bliss. A llttlo homo qulto trim nnd ncnt; A mother's smiling fnco nnd sweet, t Young Womnn's Magazine MAMMA JO. Julian Vano's Triumph Ovor Hlro solf and tho Vf oman Ho Loved. "You will not marry mo, .Too?" Outstdo a north wind drovo tho snow against tho windows ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

Ml iWMrau V vrrtv-M&x- J. i'tPW1i'iir,'W anaiaipimMMi v,yi'"""" "frr T-qpHI THE OHIO DEMOCRAT JSATIJiRDAY, .ffEBRILABY., 22. 1890. ftCBWWflWWWB 'blii it. . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, A.W.BREHM. Pinprltoi A. H. TYilson, - Editor. Entered at the Post-oJJiceat Logan its Second-class natter. ,Tin: uot profits of the Louisiana Lottery Swindle is 5.1,000,000 per year, taken from the pockets of the ullable persons nil over .this land who hope to grow rich without honest hvbor. Tiifi Government of Russia is proving itaelf the most barbarous jof civilized government. Tlio treatment of political prisoners by !o,ponal authorities is reported to fto super-brutal. A refluod and .educated lady was recently whip ped to,denth in, a Siberian prison for some violation of tho stringent rules. Such a government is ttdis jjoico to humanity. Tin: plan of Representative JPrico of this county, for redisrict ing tho S.tato for members of Con gress was adopted by tho Senate iind Housojoint caucus and Mr. Prleo h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT . L06AL . NEWS, "No Ice this winter." Lent commenced lust Wednes day. W. P. Price- Was homo Tuesday might. II. E. Hamblln wns In town Monday. Bert Martin wa9 In McArthur lust Sunday. ' Vern Bowen Is clerking In the Auditors office. A pension has boon grantad to Wesley Haines. Ex.Senator Citl. Welch was In the city Monday. Rev. Father Cady was at Lan caster last Monday. Well, well,, well: That patent Ballot bos; is a daisy. Judge Frlcsner was down from Columbus yesderday. Ed Montgomery still remains very sick with Typhoid fever. Senator Lowry and Represent ative Price Sundayed in Logan. Auditor Bowen was in Colum bus two or three days this week. Some new conches have been put on the Hocking Valley R. R. Dr. Mansfield was at Mc Arthur professionally Thursday. There was a danco at tho Cres cent Club rooms Monday evening. Mrs. Marion Hiles was buried lu Laurel township last Wednes day. Mrs. Qertio Bennett is quite s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

HiMiiMaaMMI THE OHIO DEMOORAT7LOGKAIT, OHIO, SATURDAY. FEBIttJABY 22, 1800. !. K THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. XOGAN, onio PAPA'S LULLABY. Ilaby darling, hush n byo I Wherefore Ho nwnlto nnil cry I Hats nro whlrrhiff to and fro, Why aro thoso cats yelling sot Hats In plaster como ami go. Still tliero's no good reason why You slioula rolso your nil on high llaliy, baby I Hush a byo I Tommy, Tommy, lullaby I Como now, shut your cyos nnd try. Yes, of courso, rmpn will wait I nenlly, though, l'.' growing late. 'Tlok-tlck," says It ; half past olght. Want a drink? You can't bo dry I I'm so nervous I shall lly I See hero, Thomas I Hush a byo I Now my son, Ho down bo quiet 1 Vondcrifltlshtsdtot? I hnvo other things to do; I can't sit hero soothing you; And, besides, I'm tired, too. Tor tho last time, will you try ltT If I'd n gag I would apply it. Thomas Jackson I Stop this riot. Go It, howler! Crylng's cheap; Malto It loud, nnd long, nnd deep Lio right there and mako n nolso; Pa can't stay with scre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

7WW-. TILE OHIO DIMM OCR AT. IjOG-A3 OHIO, SATURDAY. FEimUABY 22, 1890. . V FARM AND GARDEN, BRAN FOR HORSES. Its Vnluo nil a Haitian Hlsoussod Should llo Moro Oonornlly Baod. Slnoo tho nuthorltlos differ among thcmHolvos, It Is fair to nsstimo that vhilo flrst-clnss horsed for tiny purposo may bo reared nnd maintained without iron, this food In tho hands of others may form a part of tho ration and pro duoo equally good results. 'Without any doubt, oats aro tho host slnglo grain feed wo havo for horsos, though but fow will Insist that bcoauso thoy aro tho best no other kind of grain or concen trated food should bo fed. Varloty of feed Is Important to tho highest succoss with any kind of animals, and 'bran longthons tho list of availablo feeding stulls by just so much. Chemically, bran Is vory rich In just what horses need to build and maintain tho highest form of bono and musclo, slnco It Is rich in both musclo and bonc produclng elemonts. A hundrod pounds of oats contain about n.G ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 February 1890

-vt T 1 V BBBBMBJJPJjPIPJBIPIPpBWWWyW i - i...iaiaiaaaaSBSaSSfTfti,.iow((cMW fl ""'TTVCR-W J f I- r T"-irfi I jitrrrVfl "-$ OHIO DEM0C11AT. SATURDAY, FEB1UTARY 22. 1890. THE 3S2 A -.NOBODY, DON'T V KNOW. 'Hero's youii? Smltli he's n wonder for learn 'luc ,, RUHaln,rconta' tiro iunlcU by few) IU (mi wtt.uut I qalol: nuil decerning, And his Judgment 1 solid nnd triic fa rhllojuplij', undent nnd now, Ilo knows Zoi.o unwcil.as'TUc.rciiu, Hut ta c at on bun hi rdiy jVbuld do Hda it lioiKidy.AWl y Iciiowt llo teun .tell, If to hear j oy aro cnriihur, Why ye"Cht:i.irnan llrat woro n cuo; IIOliM.wltlJuotrcntlao on churning As 'tjK a pructlcod in nnc lent Peru. ,Of Sturm' thwritm Jio has the olow, And cm tflll jouow noophj Ioj grow, dlut Icuti'tliitroducohlni toyou lie's a .nobody, don't ' .know f Ho has published nnoplp concerning Tho ciploltsot King Jlrlan Uorui Ho tan tell you wb,;ro UioJii" it burning, And when IJctldchcm's ktnr is next duo. Ilo can round like, t!in Sncdoi enn tlielr "sl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 March 1890

V 'tjjpy'tf-'- V1 Auditors omco THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGEI. CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. All Kinds of, Job Vrlntlna Done More News for Less Money.i at DO WEST 1'JtICES. VOL. IV. NO. 32 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1890. TERMS, 81.50 PER YEAE. 1-1 H 1 I 1 I 1 I I N V I .M ' W .JaiL. JR. JL JI J . - JL JsL -1. c Ji, Jr H J W JL k. V i fl ta. i Sl m V ! I I .! I I I 1MB I - " ' ' lll.HMl THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOGAN. Gash Capital, $50,000.00. Doposits secured ' by Individual Liability or over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a )rrisni cpnnrnl lmnlclntr liusltingR. Vorelcn Druris nnu BtcnuiHliln Tfckats for sale nt low- est rates, OFFICE, Itoom Ko. r, Opera House. tiAwnuxei: A. Cim.vki:, President. UicoiKii: W. Pui.i.un, Vlco l'rcsl. KlIUHKN D.CUJ.VISK, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFDOOAX, OHIO. Ofllce Hours from i) u. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, Joint Walker, I'rcsldcnt. CUax. E.llowcn, Cashier. Doesn Kciicrnt banking business, receives deposit, d...

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

wr t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OUTO, SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 1890. iijui jimiwiiwii iwi nii mm i ii mi i niMnammH "?kzt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. BiSM.utrK will bo 75yoar9 old on April Pool's Day. An Amerlcus man has just porfcctcd a patont plo llf lor. GAiiinncoi.r. Is tho namo ol ono of Pennsylvania's coal barons. . L-aiiou prophots predict that noxt summer will bo ono of strikes all over Europe Giixr.itAi, TjON'osiiiubt Is keeping a hotel In tho llttlo town ol Gainesville, Georgia. Commissiont.ii IIauji thinks thatS120, 000,000 will pay our pension hill for tho loxt year. A WiKJf jowolor exhibits a largo moilol of a locomotlvo and oars mado ontlroly it solid Rold. Tin: Prince of Wales is a largo man and has a ilrm understanding. Ho wears a No. 10 boot. Snow at llowland Flat, Slorra County, Cal., was sovonty-flvo foot dcopattho last measuring. A suff ciistoui-houso building Is to bo srected in Now York City at an ostlmat adcost of S7,S00,000. XiN'i: hundred and fi...

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

'r-trT- TKE OHIO DiaMOCBAT. LOGA2T, OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 1890. orao, ON THE CHESS-BOARD. Thnt In Where tho Great Napoleon riiiimoit Alt Illn llnttlcs. Porhaps nn incldont which I will toll you may intorcst tho lovors of chess throughout tho land. Ono night In tho, wlntor of tho yoar 1853 thoro was gath ered around a red-hot stovo In tho hook storoof John S. Bradford, in Springfield, 111., a colorlo of young mon, all of whom Jn aftor years hecatno tnoro or loss -famous. Tho subjoot of thoir convorsa--tton wa3 tho groat sorlos of ohoss games -then in progross botwoon, tho English and Amorlcan champions. Tho party was composed of S. M. Cullom, thon a young attorney in Sprlngflold, now United Statos Sonatorj John S. Hrad ford, proprlotor of tho storo, afterward appointed by Abraham Lincoln Commis sary Sorgoant for Illinois during tho xobollion; Dr. Morrlman, who was thon and for yoars past had boon tho "king "boo" among thoso "chess players" of iho Statoj W. L. Qookins, n young jow ...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT .SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. W.BREHM. A. H. Wilson, - - - Entered at tfte Post-office (it Logan fits Second'vlass matter. Nat'uiiaii Gas has gone to libido with McGlnty. Hon. John MuUiudi: will bo the successor of A. J). Fusset, as Com missioner of Labor. Ir we have u World's 3802 It will bo held in llurnih for the West. J.r Sonntor Soncranf,of Sandusky .don't come to time on the Demo cratic re-districting bill he should bo dropped Into the river. Tun Ohio Houso of Iteprosentu t!ves,.ou Wednesday passed the .Congressional re-districting bill as jproposcd'tiy Representative Price. Py a votcof Congress on Slon .day the World's Fair, is to be held at Chicago, in case a Fair shall bo .held which is yet tohedotermincd. Jons' Jacoij A.STOK, the N. Y. millionaire, oldest son of William U. Astor, and perhaps the ricliest man in America, died at his home in Xew York on Monday last of: lieart disease. His fortune is esti mated at !fiOi),000,000. Council- s...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAECH 1. 1890. jtwwftwwifjffMwiiiiMitMiwirrMwwTiri'Tj itwgw.iirrtM'mi'TMaiwTwws. m-rnriwirjijesiiJMtrjTwiUifrti win. miu'j iiiwwi'ijrwrwTriiMn'inwjt,wr-iW'W l Th is paper goes to prces at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Marshal Vorls Is iibout well nguta. George IIoll wns In Lancnster Sunday. Rob Work wns In tho city over Sunday. Col. Weldy was In Columbus Sunday. John .'Fricshc'r was In town this week1. Subscribe- for and got tho dcwh; the Democrat 'i Frank Pickering of Lancastor was in Logan Sunday. J. B. Itlasun of Laurelvlllc, at tended court this week. Thos P. Johnston was down from Fostorla this week. It Is tlmo now for tho Land Appraisers to get.to work. Our Merchants nre beginning to import ico from Michigan. Work,haSbccn commenced on tho Lancaster Street Rail Road. Prof Auld's singing class will meet to-night in tho Court House ut7:30. Ert.L. Davenport and B. R. Iliggins were in Columbus Wed nesday. Miss Tena Frasch and he...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 March 1890

!"? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOG-AN. OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 1890. KOTicn to coitRKsrotfDr.N'Ts. All comnitmlftlfm lor thUtAp-r nhoutl tn aii tnUtt hr the nimftof the tiithou not ntcfsi&rllr fJt ubllentUn, bat m o Tldtnca of roM Wlh on tit tl eflhowrltor. WrIU onlr tm mit I1 of tho n r, no Vtt1flnlarljp crMl In tflof ntmts and duel hntelhUttn nd AfirM plftin nJ rflttfaot. Trip tifemr ftt rilfltaull to dclnhr. bCu of lli j1m nunnr In winch ltir t ri(Ma. THE OLD KITCHEN CLOCK. used to tick nwny tho years opon tho parlor Miolf. fhen ilrst wo went D liceplu' liouos Bcllady niv m'seu thnr for moro'n twenty yoar, It seemed to bo content p Berro tho hours in proper tlmo, nn' bo nn ornament. m' you'd or thought 'twas almost undo to rce- crlnlo tli sun, p stulfly, tculJ nn' 'round each day, the wheels nn' p'In'.cis ran, tvihn tl.o Rlrls crowed up, yo sco, they had somo sin n o Mens hey Oli n't coi'iult us much 'bout things, nor drop nn "If j ou p.ense, " lutiun nlirs 1 1' tL.niis around, nn' ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 March 1890

Tf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, liOaAJtf, OHIO, SATURDAY. M All CII 1, 1800. p.. FARM AND GARDEN. THE COMING HOG. A Farmer anil .Stock JtuUcr Toll AVIiat It Will lo. Tho cominjf hog ot twonty yoara ngo Is not tho eointnp; hojj of to-ilny, says n writer In tho Ohio Farmer, Thon, con sumption said hoavy bacon and thou sands of tons ot lard. To-day tho bot tom of tho lard vat has boon Knocked out, and no more heavy bacon la wanted. Tho heavy hop;, full of lard, Is a drug on tho market. Tlio lljrht hog, full of loan moat, brings tho hlghost prlco. lly "light" I do not moan tho little, norv ous, wiry, up-onrod, woasol-loolclng hog, but a light, largo hog. Wo must nover lot go or slzo; this always ha3 and al ways will play a largo part in tho snlo of any animal. Tho coming hog will moot tho wants of all. Tho market wants a pig that, dropped April 1, will woigh 200 pounds Ootohor 1, whon mar keted, and It will bo solid, loan moat. Tho coming hog will bo a good focdor. Jlran, corn, peas and middlings...

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