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

auto!. W -lill r "-- -"-- W n i i? gtltwuim uxwarmMMtihA wewrvjJMHXm.KMjnai'WMw FATHEK3 Off CONGRESS Ronurao of Statesmen Who Ilnvo Sorvod Many Vocra Tim Jjnto .Tmlfro tCcllpy' PreilercS'orj John BlinrmiuiN Uo'inroMlonal ltconrd Nathaniel ZTucdii, tho I.ilr.t of tho ISomnni Other NoUollUlci. Sonator Sherman oamo to Congress In 1855, nnd for tlio last !!." years ho lias boon In tlio thick of public af fairs. Ho jumped, writes a Now York World correspondent, to tho front dur ing lils first Congressional soaslon, and N. V. Itanlea. who la now In tho Houso, as Speaker mado liira ono of tho com mittor) to Invoatlrrato tho Kansas nnd Nebraska struggles of that tlmo. Ho was a candldato for tho Speakership himself and was noarly elected In 1839, nnd though It was not fjonorally known ho inljjht havo been, had ho desired It, Frcsldont Lincoln s Secretary of tho Troaoury. Ho was In tho Houso until 1S01, when ho took lib seat In tho Son nto, and ho has been In that body to this day, with tho s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

Auditors Ofllco . ) k THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAT'HR IN THE VALLEY. .TT7V.'i P-M1 idOB OFFICE. l nv - & M All Kinds of Job li'lnihi( Done itZ SL J. More News for Less Mom, 2 UTj O WEST I'll TO US. VjriV VOIi. IV. NO. 83 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1890. TERMS, 31.50 FEU YEAR. 1 pw - . . i$rfe " TJr? i -JilJJf f? ii fTf m Tfc R R HW 'f I v. .',Y. . ! . . VKi . rt . W -."- . " . ilft. -- THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a Kcncrnt blinking business. torclRii Draft nml atcnmshlp Ticket for imlo nt low cut rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. iMWltKNCK A. Cur.VKK, President. Oeokok V. 1'um.kx, Vice. Presl. KeuiiKM D. Cui.vkk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFI.OGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. ni.. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, I'resldcut. Chan. li.Tiowcii, Cashier, Does a general banking liuslncsi, receives deposits, dlxcouritn pnper...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

ip&$y "TWflJIs m: ,T THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAST, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, a 800. . i i m-L-ULWJUBi . hiiww imiumiiiiiimwimh iiimiihhwimwihi mil m ihmi iniwuJl niiiiiiiifwiiTinifwfMfnri mi nmi fiwriMiim i -. m IfcBSiWl.lJIMKlWiJUJUMWMIJfFJCrriJWl CaSLV33tSnCcmvtLSUKtSITastTsaalaiM TfiEOfHO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, omo. CURRENT TOPICS. Cincinnati has adopted standard timo. TAT.M.vni: always gets pay In advanco for his locturos. Maine expects to mako St.GOO.OM on tho salo of Ico this year. Ex-King Milan, of Sorvla, is living In grand stylo In Paris. Washington's birthday was gonorally obsorvcd throughout tho country. TitEiir. arc now nearly r0,000 members of tho Farmers'' nlllanco In Kansas. A minister of Sodalia, Mo., preached a sormon recently against gum-oliowlng. A rAsiitoxAiu.i: hotol has beon opened at tlio foot of tho Groat Pyramid, in Egypt. Tin: now Cornell register shows a to tal of 1,308 students, of whom 157 aro women. Heney Cunningham, of Clark County, 111., has just sold a ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

AjfSHId ' ir f i'i I BACK TO BALDWINVILLE. I had It nil tixl J up to stny To Cnr'lln'R sl.'i months anyway! That w as tho length o' tlmo sho named, Ami wnl, I ito feol kind o' 'shamed, Hut I'm Jest countln' mtnutos till I can get bnck to lloldwlnvlllc, I thought 'twould bo en By ns plo Kctchln1 tip city ways. Hut myl I'vo soon moro folks n tnlnuto hero Than follts to homo seo In n ycnr; Hut I'to folt Jest doB-lonosome, not Knowln' aonoo' tho hull lot. There's storos enough bore, high nn' low; Thoro nln't no soclnblonoss though. .Ain't n nnry ono, I'll ho hound, "Whoro nil) body sots around. I'm gottln' hungry for u sight O' Hen Hill's grocory Sut'day night. Cfir'llno sho thlnlts I'm dretful old; Dresses mo up nn' lots mo hold ' Thobnblos. Land I I fairly ncho Thlnkln'whnt works tho boys'll mnlco; I wnnt to git homo nnd commenco Haulln' mils for that back-yard fonoo. I know It's tarnnl foolishness Tho way I hanker for a mess O' dock-nn'-dnndollon greens; I know Jest how well Car'llno...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 8. 1890. ,.rff ftwwi.Taftiilm wit; miiiajawajm-tvJani' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. &. W.URM1N. Froptlotot Editor. A. H? Wilson, JSntercdat the Posl-offlceal Logan as Sfccond-cfoss matter. Announcements. "Wo nro authorized lo mnku the following announcement of candi dal os subject to (ho decision of the 3)ctnocrallc Primary oloolion to heboid March SHail 1800 ffor Fulls Township and Logan Village. m J.OOAX VIMjAGI'. For Mayor, GEORGE W. BREIIM. For Marsha), GEORGE DEISIILEY, GEORGE SII0RR. For Clerk, JOIJN V. SIIIVELY. For Treasurer, ANDREW IIOLL, JR. For Street Commissioner, EDyARD JUEUGENSMEIER. JAMES M. MOUNT. fais ruucixpr. Assessor. WILLIAM E. ENGLE. faijI.s Towxsirip For Clerk DAVID M. K ANODE. Trustee. ; DANIEL HEFT. Stkkkt Cominissioners are now to bo elected by the people. The Republican Council of Logan will take notice accordingly. Tri Congressional re-districting bill introduced by Representative Price passed the Ohio Senate Thursday and is no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. MARCH 8. 1800. rwtf wnw ii.M"juiiMwviiiiUT:Miwiiivww.iiMuii f ! ii u; w 1 1 This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Nolsonvlllo is to hnvo nn Ico factory. C. W. fichwonko was in Sugar Grovo lnqt Sunday. V. II. Wilson intends to go to "Washington shortly. Cnl Defenbaugh of Porry Tp was In town this week. Judgo Frlesncr attended Court several days this week. Esq Gallagher of Carbon Hill was in town Wednesday. The County Commissioners are in regular session this week. Chns Cook will start for tho State of Washington next wcok. Miss Hattio Houston has re turned from her visit in Columbus. Judge Huffman went homo this morning to remain till Mon- diy. Mrs. F. 0. Rochester is visiting her parents in Cincinnati this week. Prof Auld is giving another term of music lessons to his class here. Henry Groves of Kittanning is attending Court this week as a Juror. John F. White, Chns Rose and A. Mngoon went to Cincinnati last Su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

r r 'fvW'?SV"V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, omft MY GRANDMOTHER'S FAN. It owned rot !ho oolor that vnnltjr ilons Or slender wits choofofordlplny; Its lienutlful lint wns a dollcnto foionzo, A brown softly lilomlctl with urnv. From lior w.ilt to her chin, sprondlng out with out break, 'Twos 1m It on n Rencrous plan; Tlio pr'c'oof thoforo't was slnughtorod lo mako Mygrnndmotlior's turkey-tall fan. For common occasions It ncer wni meant; In a chest botween two silken cloth Twns kopt Fafoly hidden with careful Intent In camphor to Keep out tho moth. Twos fnmod fur anil wltlo through tho wholo country : lilc, l'rcm Hcerhhfba o'en unto Uani' An.1 often at meeting with envy 'twas eyed. My grandmother's turkey-tall fat. Camp mi etlngg, Indocd, wcra Its chlefest do Khl. Like a crook unto shcop gone nstray It boskono: bickslldcrs to re-soek tho right, And otborttd tho sinners to pray. It nlunjs b-nt tlmo when tho choir went wronir. In psalmody loading tho van. Old Hun lro'1, 1 know, was It? favc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

,t!!i,i"yjv" b I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 890. WMIWllllWIWIWMW llll ll'IIIH 'II T "M- :. FARM AND GARDEN. A GRINDSTONE REST. Tat Yonr Orlmlattmo In Order This Artl clo Telia You How. If tho stono is out of proper circular form, it should bo' turned oft by holding n ploco of wrought Iron, such ns nn old bolt or plcco of bar Iron, flat on tho bench, hooping It firmly In plnco; not lotting It work In or out, but wowing off tho high places until tho stono Is uniformly concontrlo with tho axis. If tho stono loses its sharpness of grit and docs not grind woll, it is becnuso tho pores have bocomo filled with particles of stool, which can bo roinovod by tho samo process as ubovo, using soft wrought iron. Tho rost shown In tho ongravlng is for holding in tho rightpo sltlon tho articlo to bo ground, bo as to grind it to a uniform bovol. For mak ing tho rest, tako two strips of hard wood six foot long and ono and n-half inches square; placo tho onds ono inch apart at ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 March 1890

wj9jr? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1890. w-A-7sr''ti'Mfr'rvMmn-rTrfittc'nAv "?i,hujj-i ry"rntvinflr7 Tho jPorgunnii Family. Ferguson was their mime, and u more comical family I don't think over lived, ilo was a short, ftit man, incllni'd to he jolly, wliilo his wife wns lull and angular, and de lighted in makitijr married life u llsniiil waste far him. They wero blessed with imn child, u hoy nhnut nine yenrs old, who was nilschiov ousuess personified. The Fergusons hail just forsaken their hoarding-house with tho in tention of engaging ti lint. They gazed intently at five or six, until tliey nunc to one which Mrs. Fer guson declared just tho thing. "Wowed if I like the neighbor hood," said Ferguson, timidly. "Oh, indeed!" sneered Mrs. Fer guson, "you don't like the neighbor hood, do you! Perhaps you would turn up your little, undergrown nose if you wero asked to livoin the neighborhood of tho Vnnder- foilts and Astors, wouldn't you '."' "Oh, I don't know. I think 1 might m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 March 1890

Auditors Offlco PtHe OHIO DEMOCRAT VN The Ohio Democ LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. i t JOB . OFFICE. X All Kinds of Job PrintUifi Done !More News for Less at LOWEST I'JIWHS. YOL. IV. NO 33 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Money, II a kV v H i i - . 0 m i THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOQAH. Cash Cnpltnl, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of oyer Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general hanking business. Foreign Drnrts nnd Btenmshlp Tlckol for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. Lawiignck A. Cui.VKit, President. Uuokok W. l'oi.i.KN, Vice I'rcsl. Uuuiikn D. Cui.VEIt, CnBlilor. THE FIRST BANK OFZOGAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 0 it. in. to 8 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $60,000. John Walfcer, 1' resident. Chan. 15. Ho wen, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives doposltN, discounts paper, nntl buys mid sells UxchunKu. ar-UANK In control room In tho Jumes ock. Bloc ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. ftttorney...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 March 1890

" r?,gBiPqtgmx TILE OHIO DEMOOKAT, LOGKAN, OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 15, 1890. waiHwuiii oinor CURRENT TOPICS. Evr.nY Oovocnor of Iowa since 1859 is Bttll living. N.vvioATioN Is opon botweon Clovo laiid tinil Detroit. It is bollovcd tlint 1'astour 13 a victim to slow paralysis. A machine for cutting ami buttering bread has boon devised. Thomas A. Edison's birthday Is now noted In the llrltlsb almanacs. Kino Huihi:ut, of Italy, lias adopted the hot wator euro for dyspopsln. John D. IlocKKFEi.Miit, Sccrotary Tracy and ox-Senator Piatt wore school mates. An Atchison girl oightoon years old has just boon divorced from her third husband. A Movr.MT.NT for tho establishment of rco Turkish baths has boon startod In Urooldyn. New sunshados have glass balls at tho ?nd of tho ribs as a now kind of orna ncntatlon. Thk -military prison at Fort Leaven worth, Kan., contains 423 prlsonors sorv- ing for dosortion. Political prophots say flvo yoars Irom now thoro will bo at loasttwo moro Europoan ropubli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 March 1890

TUB OHIO DEMOOKAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1890. i it I I Plf Vl it THE MAIDEN'S AIM. Its pelted her nently, from hand to foot, With snowballs soft nnd with Rnowunlls fleot, And seemed to think H no end tun; WhHo sho wns busy propnrlng ono, Rolling, pounding It hard nnd sound, With snow scooped up from tho Ilcooy ground. They nlmud sho her missile fair nnd clear; Hut ho did not dodge, for ho did not fear; But calmly wnltod to sco It fly, .And far from Its target wildly shy. When, vrhnclt I on tho sldo of his smiling face Ho caught It right In tho vory plnco .Sho had meant to pnsto It, Uy Jove, nnd Mars, .And Jupiter Amnion, but ho saw stnrsl Tor her brother, n, baso-bnll pitcher tall, Had taught and trained her to throw a ball. And this gny young follow, who laughed with gieo, Whtlo bravely nwattlng hor onslaught, ho Walked sadly homo, and 'twns lator when Ho tlttcd a smllo to his mouth again. Mndellno S. Drldgos, In Jury. THE GIANT SUN. TromondouB Sizo and Powor Sirius, th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 March 1890

uiiiO D.JflMOOKA& aAT."UgAlKj -M'A.BOII .15, 1890. ,..,; i iimi? i nTir- I -Hm'i if 'Wiiii WfW) . i i f 1 I i I i i il minim. i. AJLIj jjwiiitjmrut'Of' I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.W.BREHM, ProprUtot A. H. Wilson, - - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. Announcements. Wo nro authorized to tnnko llic following announcement of candi dates subject to the decision of the Democratic Priirmry election to beheld March li'Jnd 1800 ffor Falls Tow-nsliip niul Logan Village. I.OOAN VIMiAGK. ) For Mayor, ''GEORGE W. BIlKIiar. For Marshal, GEORGE DEISIIHEY, GEORGE SnORR. For Clerk, JOHN W. 3IIIVELY, For Treasurer, ANDREW IIOLL, JR. For Strcot Commissioner, EDWARD .TUERGENSMEIER. JAMES M. MOUNT. FALLS IMU'.CIXCT. Assessor. WILLIAM E. ENGLE. falls 'rowjfsirir Justice of the Pence JOHN M. FLOYD. For Clerk '' " DAVID M. KANODE. Trustee, DANIEL HEFT. U Tiik lower Mississipi Valley is being heavily damaged by a great flood. Tiik Bill tore-organizo tho Ohio Penitentiary pa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 March 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 15.. 1800. This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Jertday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. V. P. Price wns homo Monthly evening. S. Wckly was nt Lancaster Monday. Dr. Itninoy Is ro-rpofing a por tion ot his house. A. K. Smith Is homo from Cin cinnati on a visit. 'Webb Poston of Nolsonville was in town Tuesday. " Thos'lTalnoy has moved with his family to Lancaster. B. II. 8tovcnson of Salt Crook paid us a visit yesterday. Hon. C. D. Martin of Lancaster attended court Thursday. Jack McBride, of Columbus, spent Sunday in this city. Tho Republicans of Falls Tp., hold their convention March 29th. John Frlcsncr and E. M. West were down from Columbus Thurs day. , Thad Floyd and Kingsbury Rwcot of Perry, were in town Mon day. O. W. H. "Wright was in Colum bus several days this week on busi ness. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Josie Rochester died on Tuesday morning. L. A. Tussing, Atty., of New Lexinlngfon was in court hero a few days. Chas T. Brooke, ...

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

'fm TTTTl OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAKOH IS, 1800. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, I OHIO, MOTHER. The sun BlilncB on, Anil midnight moon ond stnrs rotntn their royal sway; Orcon gross nnd brilliant flowers glow under light of dny; Bright plumed birds hold cornlval In ovcry treo And happy children's voices nro attuned to gloo j Tho sun shines on. The earth mores on, Mores on, nnd yet, hcncutli Its dark nnd henry sod, Bending below affliction's withring, crushing rod, Her soul's sweet tenomentwo latoly laid nwny, Ab dark to us that grave, so seemed our earthly day. But enrtli moves on. All llfo goes on, That this would ever be, I did not, could not think. I thought all feet would tarry, as hers pressed tho brink; AH earthly hands be folded, as hers waved good bye; All human eyes looked Hcavcnwnrd, as hers turned on high. But llfo goes on. Must wo llvo on, Without tho llRht of eyes whoso brightness paled tho stars, Without tho help of hands that softened oil earth's Jnrs, And f...

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

If I. I :v Lv ? it- , FARM AND GARDEN. SAVE THE MANURE. A Gooil Mnb. for Brevlnu I'nrm Fcrtlllrltifr Mittcrlnl. My Tilrin for saving nil tlio manure, for making tho very bost quality of plant food, anil for pottlnp tlio full bon oflt of tho developing capacity of tbo manuro la this: Our cows stand ovor a water-tight basomont collar. Doors aro on tho southeast sldo; n apaco ton foot In width noxt to thoso Is covered by a shed connecting with tho barn and low enough to allow windows ovor tho shod roof to light tho cow stablo; tho tlo-up for tbo cows is ovor tbo mlddlo of tho collar. Tho back section ton foot wldo is usod as a storo-room for flold soil, and Is filled by dumping from a drlvo-way in front of tho cows. Our sourco of supply of absorbents Is tho surfaco soil of our cultivated fields. Wo often gathor it af tor a crop of potatoes! foddor corn, oati or barloy or in tho spring boforo planting corn. Wo gathor tho dry soil in tho rldgos with a scrapor, having sldos six foot long,...

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

ub?Aiiiiii"j:"w' """"ir. rvr" 4f (wf'frr" HI IPMIIIIIIIiaWlBf a'HUUHlliJHWIMU ThoAiiKU'lcnn Hen to "Protected," lo The sheep 1ms porvorsoly refused Jo respond to the nurturing liniid xjf Protection. His llecee hits boon heavily "protected" for tlio past century, but tlio obduruto animal has refused to keep puce with in creased population and Increased demand for Ills wool. Forty yours ago tlioro was u sheep a-pioco in Jlio country for ovory one. Now wo aro short 20,000,000 sheen of pnough to go around, f hero is evidence that tho inea pacity of the sheep to demonstrate the oflleacy of Protection is turn ing tho uiinds of Protectionists against him in another direction. Tlio Committee on Vftiys and Means have their eyes on the lien It is n well-known fact that this Unpretending creature adds every year more to the wealth of the country than do all the sheep in it. She has done this thing in uu (complaining competition with foreign hens. Instead of bjeating lament over tho injustice d...

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

'"VT"t '' 7iiHilWii..iiMi,,(., rmu ,il,VXUU.t?U'iri i "r'fr1- wWlffej") THE OHIO DEH0CBAT1 The Ohio Democrat. (S0 I LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY; All Kinds of Job Printing Dono ; More News for Less Money, at LO WEST P21ICES. VOL. IV. NO. 34 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MABC1I 22 1890. TERMS, 1.50 PEE YEAR. V?,ir!i7Sr3 trrr r.u I ' " lv - r-Ok te ' .-. THE PEOPLES BANK OF LOO AH. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n gonernl banking busluess. Foreign Drafts nnd Steamship Tickets for salo ot low out rates. OFFICE, Kooui No. 5, Opera Honsc. LAWiiKNor. A. Oui.vkii, President. ClKOKOB W. PUI.I.KN, VlCO Presl. UKUIIEN D. CUI-VEK, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF DOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 i. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. CI tan. E. Jiowcti, Cashier. Tlocsa general banking business, received deposits, discounts paper, mid buys and sells HxchaDgo. "HANK-In...

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

mwmam a wiNnmynyrViniii tr' I rf ' f V, '"''ti', 2i'"!'5liS''y B!,3r'Htt vsifi-tymjmai -:- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1800. tI1 h THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. IX)GAN, i oma CURRENT TOPICS. Nr.w Yoiik printers havo rt drnmitlc club. Tun Hank ol Franco employs ICO fo malo ctarks. CittLDiir.N aro punished for coughing In school in Hrooklyn. A winteu Chautauqua, Is to ho estab lished at Crescent City, Fla. The Archbishop of Paris has issued a decroo forbidding cromatlon. The income of llockofollor, tho Stand ard oil man, is S1000 por hour. I'm: statuo of tho lato Mr. Grady, ol Atlanta, will bo modolcd by Aloxandor Doyle. A IIUNnAWAN lawsuit has just boon sottlcd after having been in tho courts for 470 years. Theiie aro fivo Now Yorks, nlno l'hll adolphias and twolvo llostons in tho United Statci. Tun town of Addison, in Maine, has twolvo couplos who havo been married "Ifty years or over. Tin: Now York Legislature will pass upon a bill prohibiting tho placing of pictures i...

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

!T5Sni: i.ff-.iTf '44 "ft ,ffL7,Lfrl ?tn Wfrtjrftyptircyi-nlrr K'jF9'$nviyFif"fPfVT " . "' TyppUtJ7Mr, r.lnejif . mi iii & n,,,, , n i1 i ,,fafry&fiS3jirfc-Jr OTDCB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAHOII 22, WOO. Is 1... IMMORTAL. lie walked tho world with bonded head ( "Thoro 19 no thing," ho moaning said, "Thnt must not Bomo dny Join tho doad." Ho lint whero rollod a river deep; A woman snthofdovvn towcop; A child Inv In hor lap nslcop. Tho wntors touched tho mother's bund. Ills henrt was touchoJ. IIo punned Iram land, Hut left It laughing In tho sand, That ono ltlnd word, thntonogcoddcod, Wns ns If you should plant n seed Tn Fnnds along donth's snLlo 1 rado. And looking from tho farther shoro Ho saw, whoro ho had snt before, A light that grow ; grow moro and more, ntfsaw a growing, glowing throng Of hnppv pcoplo w hlto nnd strong With faith, nnd jubilant with song. It grew nnd grow, this Uttlo seed Of good sown In that day of nocd, Until It touched tho Htaw Indeed 1...

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