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

f al if f ml ftSHWflW" THE OHIO DEMOd&AT SATURDAY, MARCH 22. 1890. iV k Kr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q, W.BREHM. A.H.Wilson, - Proprlotol Editor. 'Entered at the Post-oJJlce at Logan as Second-class matter. Announcements. Wo nro authorized to inako the following announcement of candi dates subject to the decision of the poinocratic Primary election to bo held March 22nrt 1890 for Falls Township and Logan Village. pgun Villagro Democratic Primary. For Mayor, GEORGE W. BREIiar. LUTHER S. BORT. For Mnrshnl, GEORGE DEISIILEY, GEORGE IIORR. For JOHN W. Clork, SHIVELY. First Ward. Councilman, ARTHUR McCORTNEY. Assessor, ROMAN BROOKER. Commltteefnan, AUGUSTUS BEBOUT. Second Ward. Councilman, Assessor, Committeeman, " J'HnHr "Ward, Councilman, HENRY GOMPF. Assessor, PORT ALEXANDER. Committeeman, ROBERT DAVEY. Fqurtli Ward, Councilman, Assessor, Cop)mttecrnan, Falls Township Democratic Primary. Trustee, DANIEL HEFT. For Clerk DAVID M. KANODE. Justices pf fjip Peace (2 to ejecf.) JOHN M. FLOYD. ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 March 1890

- VM&sfrwWMt.lWeiMWi .-" n! f "vov -! it. - i .. . , -- i --. ii in .... .. . . . iT-n-nwn-ii-ii.iin' - -, tf-vfymf t. vi ( .- -T ,j.-.H - r "7fT,prf ' ' -. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1890. iHMJiri l- TTTT IX i II'- N SPAte paper ffoca to press fit 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Frank Balrd wbb in tho city Thursday. W. P. Price was down homo Inst night. A Alio guitar for sale, cheap. Cnll at this office. Got your election tickets nt tho Democrat ofllco. Born, to Alva Rose and wife, March 9, a.dnughtor. Mr. Jako Fox spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Perry. Mrs. Br. Mansfield is at Bremen in uttandance on her mother. Mrs. It. A. Jones of Athens County spent a week in Logan. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Pureoll visited in Cincinnati this week. The Jury was discharged till Thursday morning of noxt week. Ills suid that Elmer Pottit wont off to get married this week. There was an adult taffy party at Mrs. Lindley's1 Monday evening. ' Court'ndjourned on Thursday ...

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

wepvr ' , v jjg.wrjTTppiiSv s '-n1'J -' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAKOH 22, 18110. ,fi.-mi"n"J5 ' THE OHIO DEB001AT. LOGAN, oraa c PROGRESS VS. LOVE. Ah nio ! tho march of Progress Is driving Love from hence. For how cnn pnrtlnj? lovora talk Across a bnrb-wlro fonco! No rwImrIiib pnto to lonn on, No hluh fonoi vrllh Its b.irs, Which seemed to shutout IMon, Whoro two oyoi gleamed bright as stars. Ah mo I tho march of Program I'.xllrs tho groat log flro, Tlio stovo sovero ami blackly grim Can no fair thoughts In! nlro. Tho tallow dip In fated Ons In t placo burns brlqht; Tho candle hndan end some tlmo. Hut tho bus i 111 burn nil night. Ah mol tho mnrch of Progress Made sail gh o way to stoam. And now an ocoan passngo Is short lhed as n drenm. No tlmo Is loft for courting Upon tho steamers fast You meet a mnld scarco know her, When, behold! tho Journoy'B past. Ah mo! tho mnrch of Progress I Has brought tho railroad car; Mora onchantlng was tho stage toach With Its rumbl...

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

' r--wfr -tVW njpF w (s-jswr? ; ywtiom-ytwii .fcajnnu jffuiytfmmp&raiBtfZF .-VJffGFqFrn'v , '-jgw '" "'mi".ihiiDifii'ii'-i EELE OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAV, MAKC1I 22, 1800. mwiwii imiii iitJwiiJi)wwiwiwii'CTMitwwwaMmf'i'uwtnMfPMWJtwwwi.wjv rjnw ri w ei 4 N "S V FARM AND GARDEN. THE BROOD SOW. Some BiiRBPiitlon ns to nor Curo nml TrcAtmentA System ot Scpnrnto Tons. Of nil tho domestic) animnlB tho bow Is tho only ono Hint mnltos nnd pre pares for horsolf n comforttiblo or In foot any bed for uso in bringing forth bor young. Otbor nnlmals may and usually do soparato thomiolvos from the herd, but only tho sow Books seclusion, quiet and comfort. A vory largo pro portion of nil animals nro dollvorod of tholr young during tho night, which would Boom to indlcato an emphasis from nature that socluslon and quiet aro Important clomonts for succosstul birth. When, tlioroforo, says a wrltor in tho Hrocdor's Gazotto, tho sow at liberty always soparatos horsolf from her companions a...

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

5B$"r3yy. f rrr-r, , ,..,..,.,.,,.,1, i.,,.,,',.?;;. 'T' ' iH, 4 .-, YHM&PAtyt TTTTqrrrrtunm, irtr-f-TSyf(JjSrTn'-lm3 Hr-yH-1M-', THE OHIO DEMOCRAT; SATURDAY, MAKOH 22, 1890. f ywfartwwftWfavf vtffwyHfHJTq-in 'nf tFVwmc7jwiirii iw numiiuwii S9C9B 1 I m s-r F,A f S OF A AVoiuturi'iil Discovery Mmlu By an Eyntian WlioftolliittnuSiab ternwiunn Cave. 180,001) Gmbnlmcil CuN Wlilch Hate Xulu in Tliclr Hm-retl iliirlal Place for 3,000 Year. A curious consignment of goods Avnn received jt l.tnitlon a few weeks ago, consisting of no lens AJuui 180,000 muniiny cuts from Kgypk These ciitH havo lain in their sneret burial place tit lien! llussnn for 3,000 years or mor and after having fulfilled for so many centuries the destiny intend ed for them, huvo at last, .under the impulse of nineteenth century pro gress, been sacrificed upon the ,altar of "utility" that modern all devouring ogre, These mummies are now about to 111 their final fiunotion of fertilizing English farm land, and at the fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

s ' """W." ' " Tn-n T-SV" s THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. Larger circulation ( JOB OFFICE. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. All Kinds of Job Printing Done ! IMore News for Less Money, v at LOWEST PllICES. VOL. IV. NO. 35 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MARCH 29 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ?WPiW,f' THE PEOPLES' BANK OF L0Q1S. Cash Capital, $50,000.06. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Tour Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does aKPiiornl banking buslncsR. I'orclsn Ornrts mid HlcMtithlp Tickets for salo nt low msl rates. OFFICE, Ilsoin No. 5, Opera House. Lawukkck A. Cur.VKit, President. UKUIIGK W. 1'OM.KS, VICO I'resl. Ukuiii'.n 1). Cur.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Ofllce Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Gapital, $50,000. Tohn Walker,, President. Chan. E.Jiotvcn, Cashier. Docs a Bcnernl hanking business, receive rloixwlt.s, discounts paper, undbuys and sells ICxcliimuo. llAKK-Iu central room In tlio Jnmcs lllock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

'?'$PS5pW'5 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAlT, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890. BBttV.WlWWISWWMt'iUPMnmimiBl 141 I ' V OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. In Kansas it costs S2.B0 not to voto. Tin: sllvor dollar of 1858 Is worth S20. It is said that 'P. T. Itanium mado 1(Q,000 In England. A man has hoon lined S10 for snoring In a Now York church. "As iikab as a ono-hutton rIoto" Is a now phraso of any thing very old fash ioned. Some now parasols aro fringed with tjlass and havo n beauty mirror In tho handlo. Thhuk aro oighty-throo creameries in operation In Missouri and threo in courso of construction. Mit. (ii.ADSTo.vn's hats aro now fully A sizo larger than thoso lio could wear -twonty years ago. Miss llosn Kuzauetii Ci.kvet.aji 1b largo and succossful investor in Flor 'da orango grovos. Unct:NT homicides havo caused an agl- tlon for a ro-estahllshmcnt of tho death ponalty in Michigan. Nkau tho town of Snyder, N. Y.,thoro Is a gander ovor ninoty years old, and itUl strong and vigorous. IIahvaud Univkks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

"wr-Tr-- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGkAST, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1890. A STUPID LOVER. E mot her In tuo morn birds sung loud nnd olcnr. "Last night tho Mirch dopnrtod; To day tho April's licrol" " I lovo you.donr, I lovo joui Da you lovo mo?" lie said, Bho looked nt lilm a moment, Then slowly shook her hend. tlo mot her In tho evening; Ili$ fnco clowcd llko tho night; Hut hir'i no sunny noonday Of summor was moro bright. " Your question now Til nnswor," Sho whispered. "Can you guess What llttlo word I'll glvo you? You enn not? Why, 'tis 'Yes.' " " ' Y-o-s?" stommorod he. "This morning I'm suro you told mo 'No.' Ob, naughty maid, how could you Treat your true lovor so?" " True lover, you woro stupid j I thought, of courso, you know That I wns only making An April fool of you." -Margniot Eytlngo, In Harper's Hazar. A IIAPPY AP11IL FOOL. "Why Philip Koith. Thinks It a Piotty Good Sort of a Day. ONFOUND this First of April. I would liko to punch so mo one's head." Philip Koith lookod up f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

'1 n ) . . . "--rni'iriT,v.-j- ...4.. ,;. ' - '-', , - ' . .M . .. , -. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 'SATUBDAY, MABOH 20r 1890: - . : :..,-, wiiBmm'jmwwKjiimuiiuiiiiaii hi i,m.iapiia.iaiaii.aaaaaaawa fan 1 r i : I! : ',- l t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W.DREHM. A. H. Wilson, - Fropriolot Editor. Entered at the I'ost-office al Logan as Second'clasa matter. schemes to rob the states of ono of their reserved rights. Wo doom Its defeat tin Indication of tlio stability of popular government. IiOgun Village Democratic Ticket. For Mayor, GEORGE W. BllEHar. For Marshal, GEORGE DEISIILEY, For Clerk, JOHN W. SIIIVEIA'. For Treasurer, ANDREW 110 LL, JR. For Cemetery Trusteo WILLIAM. W M'CRAY. For Street Commissioner, EDWARD JUERGENSMEIER. Sealer of Weights and Measures, Two Calient Native Ohio Soldiers Join the Mnjorllr. First Ward. Councilman, ARTHUR McCORTNEY. Assessor, BOMAN BROOKER. Committeeman, AUGUSTUS BEBOUT. Second Ward. Councilman, CHARLES SCIIWENKE. Assessor, CHARLES BECKER. Committeeman, LOUIS KLEI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890. -fe s r This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evtiUngi THfiitfttO DEMOCRAT l88al news. C Col Ecmpel was in Columbus Tuesday. IsomFinley was In tho city Thursday. John Gallagher wont to Col i umbos Tuesday." Frank Blnsius wns in Lnncast r one doy last week. GeoMumford of Brasheara wns in Logan over Sunday. , t -NQtoort Karshner of SaltyCrccIc wa$ is town Inst Thursday. Charles McLaughlin has en listed in tho regular army. Tho Democrats of Fairfield hold their Primary May 24th. Mrs. Samuel Ruble is visiting friends in Logan and vicinity. James Arnold has returned from the Soldiers Homo ntDuyton. Born To Mr. and Mrs. W. T. AVhHcraft, tho 27th Inst, a daughter. Mrs Leslo Halns, is visiting her parents near Ewlng this week. -Several communications are crowded out and will' appear next Miss Hnttlo Miller is visiting relatives and friends In Gore this weok. E.' L. McLaughlin has about re covered from a severe attack of la grippe. Judge Bri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

'"??' t' .'"yir; TBDB3 OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGUJCT, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890. '"T5i; I I. 3 OHIO. A RAINY DAY UN A GARRET. Wo could not piny nt tonnls, lo ccrcloor cro- and Weconlilnot vcnturo out of clooistUit rainy Fumnior iliiyi But yut by mo unheeded wns llio shallow In the slilos, I saw but sunny wentlior In tho Unlit of Villa's eyes. Within tho roomy attlo such Jolly games ire played. Why should I nt tho pattor of tho raindrops bo dlsuinyo.1! And In our Joy I of ton thought, If sho would only L i. sliurolt, I'll hnvo my llfo one rainy day with Vlilu In a garret . Tho years n More have hurried by since that Rluil afternoon. Which Mio and I so gayly pas-od with hoart and heart In tuno: Tho sunny locks that lip across her brow aro streaked with gray, But luvo Is Just as young and glad within our hearts today: Sometimes tho clouds hnvo crossed our sides u ml hidden all thu blue, Yot nil tho whllo altecticn's sun was shining warm and true. A yoko Is light and easy with two steadf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

THE OHIO DEMOOBAT, iLOGAJtf, OHIO, SATUBUAV MAKCII 29, 1890. MJVBn'Aajm3icnniiiiMjMpyriniWij,J 'wm FARM AND GARDEN. A CONVENIENT LADDER. Brir-Suppnrtlnir, rorfortly fincuro nml Very 1'ortnlile. A llttlo forotlioiiffht durlnff tho lols uro hours of tho wlntor sotiion will pro vide) ninny n usoful Injplomont lor tho fnrmor nnd rrnrdonor. During fruit son son it Is nlmost impossible- to hnvo n suporabundnnco of laddors for gather ing fruit. Tho following illustration 1b ro-ongravod from tho Canadian Horti culturist, which snys: It rosts on flvo bearings, throoof thorn adjustable ns to longth nnd position nnd easily adapted to all Inequalities of surface, perfcotly Bocuro, nnd very portable). A 0-foot ladder weighs about forty pounds. Tho crano, or baskot nnd hook holdor, rotntcs, or may bo shifted to oithcr sldo of tho oporatorj will support thirty pounds of fruit In baskot with oaso, and tho legs all fold In whan required. Tho object is to provido n safo stnnd nnd at tho samo tlrao In...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 March 1890

7T V r BOWSER PLAYS THE HARP. And TIini'H AVliy the Hired Girl Grow Tired and Quit. Even flip Unity tlouloil villi Pain, mid thu Nclijlilmrs Tlirrnteiictl to Slob thu House. Detroit Krco l'rcss. "When Mr. Bowser unlocked tlic front door ono night this winter ho did it so softly, and lio made so little noise in the hull, that I (ins pected something wrong. Ilocnnio into the sitting room looking rath er .sheepish and liko a man who had something on his mind; hut I asked no questions and he volun teered no information until after supper. 'J lion ho suddenly asked: "Do you keep up your piano prac tice?" "Oh, yes. You hate music and so I don't play when you tiro hero." "I hate niunio! What are you talking about'."' "You have often compared my playing to rho sounds of boating on an old tin pan." . "Well, of course, you aro n poor player, and your voice is cracked; but so far as music is concerned real music it fills my soul with Joy." "But you never sing or play." "Haven't had time hereto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 April 1890

vimemnmR SffgSSAi 0 rwM iWi'V" yvqrr ,it r"- "Mfrr-uyrf ''nv"" " fTHE OHIO DEMOCRAT j SN- The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION j THAHAHY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. m V JOB OFFICE. j Mom News for Less Money. 4H Kin tin of, Tob l'rlutlnn Done j i at TjOV'KST I'llICUS. 1 Cws YOL. IV. KO. 86 LOGrAlSr. O., SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1890. TERMS, 81.60 PER YEAR. 'J ,' I. THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN, Cash Capital, - $fiO,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of.over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dncs a general bnnklua: Imslncin. Foreign I)i artH ami .Steamship Tickets Tor sale lit low est rnteK. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. TjAWKknck A. Cui.vr.ii, Picstitent. Uuouai; W. Pw.t.KN, Vlre I'rcRt. UhUIIKK 1). CUI.VBK, CilHlllor. THE FIRST BANK or loo ax, oirro. Office Hours from !) n. in. to i p. ;n. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. i " 7b7iu Walker, I'resldcnt. Chan. E, Jlowcn, Cashier, T)ochh ROiipriil banking buslncmi, receive dooonltx, discounts pnpor,iuld huh nnd wlls Uxchnugc. "- 9SJT-IJA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 April 1890

HHHNHHMMH4HSHES9S19l69fS991f9 mtsmv&r. vi "r'. 'f's--itigmaagiSmiBVTOwY fy . tf"V vl ' , " "J TJIE OHIO DEMOOBAT, &OGAN, OHIO, SATlJBBA V, APRIL 5, 1890. H)w'o mn in. WBW iGPW-JWBOHPBI i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN oino. CURRENT TOPICS. x13MrnKss Euounik tll print a vol Umo of pooms. THr. Czar has purchased a farm about 'tlio slzo of Texas. IdnTAi, ties for railroads aro proving lvory satisfactory. The namo of tho Mothodlst minister 'at Euroka, Kan., Is Ananias. Illinois wheat nnd fruit Is seriously Injured by cold weather. It Is proposed to create a Cohimbus Nation.il Park in Washington, D. a Neai, Dow, tho tomporanco agitator, has celobratod his eighty-sixth birth day. Aimtui: Rothschild has recently Bold his collodion of postage staimps for 00,000. Pouu silver salt cellars of tho six teenth century sold in Twondoii 'lately for S.00. RuMOinsn that on lctving tho Isllo of Jersey General Houlangcr wiM 'como to Now Yori. Tiik Rainbow flro company, 'of 'Read lng, Pa,, colobrated ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 April 1890

ffRPBHBi lffivv.ull fHM OHIO ."DEMOOBAT, LOGrAtf, OHIO FJATUB13AY, APRIL 5, 1800. 4 II' r POST-NUPTIAL. Btforo the glowing nnthraclto, That still rollocU onohantlng dreams, Conic, daarost, sit by me to-night, I And banish thought of househoUHhomca Of perfeot peaco this U th6 goat Tho swoet fulfillment of tho joy, That In tho red, prophotlo coal, ! I pictured when a lovo-struck boy. A many-inoodod girl woro you In thoso delicious, virgin days. Bo mutablo I hardly ltrfow Tho way to woo, and wooed all ways. Your mood entiancod your charms to mot Bo changof ul still, I will not chldo ', Why should a swoothcart's fancies bo Less captivating In a brldo? "WW If tho dlmplo-hoartcd pinks Itavo faded from your chcoks! t find Thorn In a rlohor bloom, methinus, Within tho garden of your ml d. You nro dlvtncr now, forsooth, Than In tho nnto nuptial tlmo; "When In tho troplo hent of youth I sang your pralso In urdont rhyme. May noblor Inspiration spring From love mado perfect by tho years I , .An...

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

J i fpS-W t T 'T-frt.; . -Pr "'Sf&mF T 'Q71 v. - A 'ir'u f.A - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 5. 1890. "T-C i 8- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Q. W.BREHM. v Proprtotol A. H. -Wilson, - Editor. EntcrfidalthcPost-oJJiccatLogaix as Second-class matter. Logan Villngo Democratic Ticket. For Mnyor, GEORGE W. BllEIIM. For Marshal, GEORGE DEISIILEY, For Clerk, JOHN W. SIIIVELY. For Treasurer, ANDREW I10LL, JR. For Cemetery Trustee WILLIAM W M'CRAY. For Street Commissioner, EDWARD JUERGENSMEIER. Sealer of Weights and Measures, First Ward. Councilman, ARTHUR McCORTNEY. Assessor, ROMAN UROOKER. Committeeman, AUGUSTUS BEBOUT. "Tlnn. T?nr1r!vi'nrnlftlia nf Min Vln. ton Jtecord lust week published the startling news that Cal Hrlco had beontlebteaSonator from Ohio. Barley will have the nows nt any cost. Rep. Gazette. WeR,- w hy do you Jump on "Bar ley" in that way for, when you know that ho has notyot complet ed his ono thousand column Serial entitled "Tho Hocking and Ohio Valloy Editorial Association...

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

iHr,---.yf."-a s.-rpwsni,.. . - " Iff J,"WV ' sir ' t-'f t ! yv-5 j ptrtfty ;",X'- , ,) THE OHIO BEMOCKAT SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1890. sac v ' ; m Vw JTif paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. "THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, We nro requested to uiako the following ,nnnouncement: For Members of Sohool Board Bought D. MoManigai. Frank Blasius. To-morrow Is Enster Sunday. W. J. Frnsch was in Columbus this week. The country ronds are reported almost Impassible. Daniel Duplor of Good Hope township Is quite sick. Col. Rem pel was In Columlius several days this week. Mrs. McClintock, mother of C. W. McClintock Is very sick. Lu D. Vlckers returned Thurs day from a business trip to Chicago. O. W. H. Wright was at the Reform Farm Thursday on official business. J. W. Harned, a respected citi zen of Stnrr township died last Saturday. -Isaiah Defenbaugh of Perry Tp was a business visitor to Logan yesterday. John Klelnschtnldt, has been appointed . night watch at the State Farm. The Harring...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 April 1890

JT JWr v.,!t Mfli I 3 THE OHIO BEMOCKA.T, LOGkASr, OHIO, SATU11DAT, APRIL 5, 1890. KKHQP3 i t V THE EASTER MESSAGE. Onco moro tho promlso ot tlio spring, llio qulckonlng and nwahonlng Of nap nnd shoot, Anil tonilcr root. Onro mora tlio mlraclo o( birth Along th e longth nml breadth of ourtli j Onco moro tho breath Ot lifo for doalh. Itelcascd again from wlntor's doom Of frozen dns, from Lenten gloom, Wo seem to stnnd In somo now land, And fresh tlio brcczo that blows nbro id That brings tho messago of our Lord, Tho llcmenly breath Of llfofordoatli. Oh I spirit foldod In thy sleep, hi soul long burled fathoms deep llcncnth the old Material mold, nine oft tho load that, year by j ear, lias vailed thy sight and dulled thine oar; And as tho lark Doth, soaring, hnrk To Heat only sounds, so hearken thou To that low volco that calleth now Across tho dark, Oh I wake and hark. Tho night goes fasti Oh, woke and pray, .For 'tis the dawn of Easter Day, Whon Heaven doth lift Abovo tho drift Of s...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 April 1890

" : ' ? .' .- r ' ;?'j'W "pfll'jt''Sp-;jr ' fs'Wf w ir ?t3 7 -f '" ffi" ' TJ ' ' OLTIE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XOGkA.:N OHIO, SATUHDAT, APR1X 5, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. SMUT IN OATS. What Cniuw It nml llnw It Can Ho 1'ro. routed. Included in ttao qunrtorly roport ro colvod from Hid Knnsns Stato Hoard oJ Agrloulturo is a preliminary roport on smut In oats, from which Is horo pre sented a summary of the wholo matter, toRothor with an Illustration. Figure 1 in tho Illustration shows a head, or pan lolo of oats, with all but tho uppormost grains smutted; flguroi 8 and 8 show small panicles with all tho grain1) smutted. Tho roport in quostion is briefly sum marized as follows: Oat smut is causod by a minute para site plant called Ustilago scgclum. Tho paraslto is carried with tho scod oats, and seed from smuttod fields will produco a smuttod crop. It is doubtful whothor tho dlsoaso Is over occasioned by tho uso of manuro which contains smut from straw or grain. Tho dlsoaso is moro dcstruotlvo than...

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