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

JP vr :'fn i. j. y' V 'J I It r T S 'A' 4 ,f v "Ufa? tf .14 I -ft m u. j flymww-twmwwwnim, THE OXJilO DEM'OCftAri SAl'XJKDA'Y, P&Yl S, i890. jL-iuircl Tp.j Democratic 'Tlclcol. Truslcp, jSAMUKLHIGIJAJr, Ck-rlc, t, H, DOl.LIKOX. (oimtuuli, ,.T. U. DONLKY, Assessor, SIM" NIUIZKll. Township House, 'YES. ' " NO, Supervisor, pjst. No; Justice of the Pence, J. a. KHINN. WAS IT A CONSPIRACY? rThe Conductor of 11 Night Car J Ins :m Exciting: Experience. the the the Last nij-ht four young men boarded n Broadway ear at City Hall Park. The car was poiiif northward and the hour was past midnight. The rar was empty when the young men got aboard. They appeared to be strangers to oaeli other, but probubly were not. 3Cueh man Mdectcd a corner of the ,c.r and sat down. Number one ippourcd to be dreadfully sleepy, find, autiug like a man who had a long ride ahead of him, leaned back against the ,end of the car, .swung his feet up on the seat and apparently fell asleep. 'lie had been in .this comf...

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. — 12 April 1890

n5 xsr" C,"5 Auditors oiiico THE OHIO DEMOCRAT dOB OFFICE. The Ohio N-SJ LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. All JCltkdn of Job lirlntlnu Done ' ,, IMore News for Less Mom. " at IjOWIUJT 1'JltCES. VOk. IV. NO. 87 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. I TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 'V- "ffpppiwv Democrat THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits,, secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general blinking business. Foreign Drafts unit Steamship Tickets for salo at low CHt rules. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Xjilwui'NCE A. Oui.VEH, President. Gnoum: W. 1'uli.kx, Vlro l'rcst. Ukuiikn D. Culvjeh, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 u. m. to 3 p. in, Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chas. I!. Jiowctt, Cashier. Roesu general bnnklnt; buslncsi, receives riupndt, discounts paper, and buys nnd sells UxchmiKO. . HANK In control room In the JnmcH "ATTORNEYS. Gr. AV. BJREHM. Attorney...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUKDAX, APRIL 12, 1890. 6 - jw 4 4 THE OHIO BESeCSfiT, TvORAW. nma CURRENT TOPICS. Patti wears ft number tliroo shoo. Piiinck litHMAitcic Is six fcot four Inches in holglit. Loud Acton Is considered tlio most learned mnn In Englnnd. Tititr.B lynohors woro sontenced to tho ponitontlarj at Galveston. Qr.XRitA.i. von CAi'itivr, tlio now Ger man Chnncollor, Is a bachoior. LoTTA Is rated as tlio richest slnglo voman In tlio world who has earned her own tnonoy. Thkiir Is a hill hoforo tho Now York Assembly to abolish capital punishment in that Stato. Tiik ground on whloh Ilolona, Mont., is built yloldcd $30,000,000 In gold whon it was mined. The widow of a carpontor at Heading, Pa,, found 81,000 secrotcd In her hus band's tool chest. A Mihs Tandy of lloston has sued a Dr. Karly of tho samo city for breach of promiso of marriage. Tk.v miles of railroad track, in litiga tion at Wichita, was torn up by ono of tho parties to tho suit. A Frbkcii sclontist says...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

rm n TiXE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. n iiuini,WilMhUlWJJ"i Wfc't '?, SHADOW PIOTURES. YfnM wjo, when you wcro little, ., Not po iiuecnly, grand anil tall, i Oil 1 raw ypur tlnv shallow Thrown by lamplight on tho wall, Alwnjsvvllh. tlio nrms uplifted. IUiichlni; out for my caress, Was the nluulow, till tho substniioo Found licr father's good night Ids4. And to night, my fair joungiltuiHhter, When I mot you In tho hull, 1 1 ouUl ICO njtntn jour shadow Thrown by Kiiullght on the wall, .Auns thrown out nml face uplifted Could It Im for kisses still? Hero Ihn nub ttnnro solves the question: "Ij, 1 nont n dollur bill I" HtlfflllO Hxp.TSS. WJ1AT KATE DID. How a Dear Littlo Girl Holpod Re storo Hor. Mothor's Sight. When It first flashed through her busy "brain and spread Itsolf out In nil sorts of pretty shapes und posslblo colorings, it nearly took her breath away. It was at recess, while nil tho othor girls woro coaxing the boys to lot thorn coast down tho fntno...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

,'ttext!r LU J,.sivfl:J u 'M t !,. . ?C A,'"'-, w rfSrta-.rvir,itgt.-twi..a..w... Wi4reU. ,2vWViV 'W-4 XJtLJCJ 'VJH.IU -1 lUbd .. I 1: h l5? n i i V f II l THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. WiBEEnM,' Froprletot A.. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. JUntcrcd aUho Post-officetLbgah as Second-class viatter. "Wiiiii nny Democrat bo rownrded for voting nnlnst n part of his) iickot Inst Monday? The man ,yJip,,VAJtQi Uo open,, straight Dumucratic ticket and ecuratly works against it is not n Democrat. . -"- By a hard and vigorous fight thb Democrats have won a mnjorify of council and thoy1 should 'see to it that tho appointed ofllcers nrofilled by sound Democrat1'. The favoring of kickere and bolters with positions and placo to' keen them in lino is a vain effort and should cease at once. Tho way to strengthen a party is to ignore the claims of such weakness. Every Democrat on tho city ticket last Monday had been honestly and fairly nominated, and was entitled to the united support, of tho entire party, and n...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

urAuhi ? faRftepJ&Qfa THE OHIO ..PEMOXJRAT-ISATUBDjvy,. APJIIL J2, 1890. jiiii VH.'J v.. 11 it 2Af paper goes to press at86'ctook Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Jas Krieg was nfc Lancaster Sunday. -Esq. Floyd was nt Carbon Hill Thursday. Oliver Wright wns In Colum bus Thursday. Leo Cresap of Nclsonvillo was in town Sunday. W-tJIhyblf "Cannon of- Lancaster Htfd?1uBt'M6ndriy, -,- , jntf v.t, GeoYgd Shorr has been appoint ed DeputytMarshah ' t Nelson Armstrong and son wero In town lust Saturday. " Nels Karshner was in from Salt Creek ono day last week. Mrs. Dr. Mansfleld returned from Bremen on Thursday overl ing. The entire Laurel Tp., Demo crat! ticket was elected last Mon day. Chas Hansen of Illinois is visit ing hhTparents Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen. - '-Mrs. C. M. Bo'wlby who has been sick with the Grippe is about $relt agajn , ' John Hansen, M. J. Kienle and A. H. Wilson were in Columbus Wednesday., , Wm. Kennedy and Bobert-Mc-Fnddeu of 'Salt' Creek were in town ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

lTTrrw.,gp' T THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1890. F? & I V- f 3 THEOHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAjf, orao. IF WE KNEW. Conld e bat draw buck tho curtulns That surround ech other's lives, Sco tho united henrt nnrt spirit. Know what spur tho notion gl es, Often wo should find It better, Purer thnti we Judgo wo should; "Wo should I070 ench othet hotter If wo only uudorstood. Could wo Judgo nil deeds by motl cs, Soo tho pood nnd hud within. Often wo should lo o tho sinner i All tho while wo lontho tho sin, Could wo know tho powers working 'IV) o'crthrow lntORrtty, "Wo should jutlRO each othor's errors With more pntlont charity. II we know tho enrcs nnd trlnls, Know tho efTort nil In vain, And tho bitter disappointment, Understood tho loss nnd Ruin "Would tho fcrim extornnl roughness Seem, I wonder, just tho sauio? Should we help where now we hinder! Should we pity whero wo blame? .Ah! wo Judge ench other harshly, Knowing not llfo's hidden forco; Knowing not the fount of u...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

I ll,.l-.tPWMl- T vmsgtr, ""SOT m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAiT, OIIIO, SATURDAY, APHID 12, JL890. . ? i w FARM AND GARDEN. A MILkINQ PARLOR. The Iniporlniiro or limine n Nice, Olonn Mllltlnir-Kooin. Porhap tho most dtsnroonblo nml otton illtliy task about tho dairy farm ta milking. It m tutors not how nlco nnd olonn tho ntalharo kept, when tho milk or starts on a row of cows quite a unm oor of thnm nro Hiiro to conimonco drop ping mnnnrc, nnd tho wholo room Is tilled with an ofTonslvo odor that will polluto thu milk, to say nothing of ttio discomfiture of putting your foot or milk pall Into this 111th. A "milking parlor," its wo call it, should by nil moan3 bo provided. This may bo n room or atnll cut off from tho cow stalls. Mlno Is a small honso ton by twonty foot, conveni ently located In tho yard hotween tho cow barns. In this building thoro nro two largo mangers arranged with solf fastoning stanchions, and hlngod to tho wall oppolto nnd above tho ilnnk of tho cow Is a kind of n cl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 April 1890

3f T,'i'li'r' H THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY. APRIL 12. 1K90. IWJ'KIBIIIWWWWWl wiwi ui nwi iwmiy w I if tl M 1 'I! ! - 'if CATC HI NO A PYTHON. plow n Big Snitliii"v?ii Dislodged from It Itocky Itrtrent. It waa durinif tho cold woathcr, when ennkoa nro rtii'tlrdly r wholly torpid, that thla mtvcntiire happened, c.iya ChamboM Journal. ITmI It boon In hot wcathor, when snaltoa r.ro lively, tho etory might havo had n dllCoront ond- inff. General Mnchrtyro and his party wont onr day to oxntnlno a holo or orovlco under a rook, whero It was suspected a python lay hidden, and sro enough It .was Micro, for they could soo a bit of tho tall-ond protruding from tho holo. They lot It alono at first, thinking that .whon tho sun Ehono It might como forth ,to bask In Its warmth. In this, how ever, thoy wore disappointed, for on tho following day tho snako wa3 not to bo goon. Hut on closer examination tho tall was found sticking out us boforo. Various efforts worotnado to dislodge lU A flro was lit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 April 1890

rTTTTT"WirTmttlf-Tlf" " ""l'1WMMi Audlton Offloa AA The Ohio Democrat. i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ..'ww LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. JOB OFFICE. All Klmla of tJoh Printing Done ! ! More News for Less Money,;; J at LOWEST PRICES. tr-rrNi VOL. IV. .NO. 38 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, APRIL 19 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. !:- i THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Doposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. noes n general hanking business. Foreign Drafts nnU Steamship Tickets fur sulo at low est rates. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opera House. IiAwltKNCB A. Cur.vr.it, President. Oisoiiok W. 1'UI.WN, Vlro 1'rcst. Ukuiikn I). Cu.vmt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OiriO. Office Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. tToTnt Walker, PrcaMcnt. Chan. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Does u Rcnernl banking business, receives ricposltR,llcoimt pnpor, mid buys rmU sells ISxchunge. OC-IIANK In central room In the James niocl;. ATTORNEY...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 April 1890

THE OHIO DEMOOKA.T, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUltDAi7, APRIL 19, 189. w HnmMnmr ., 11 ' i , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. IflGAJT. oina CURRENT TOPICS. Tatti sloops with a silk handkerchief Around lior neck. John Wanamaker's life is said to bo Insured for 81,700,000. Motukh Evr, In hor tlmo, was tho "first lady In tho land." Tun latest fad in watches is to havo tho cases of old nuggot gold. r "-"" A I'mr, vii:t.iniA ologyraan has mar ried 14,000 couples In his tlmo. Allow of ribbon tied with a bow around tho wrist Is n now fashion. Louisvii.t.n oxhiblts gonulno South crn pluck in hor fight with dlsastor. Pink straw bagging and matting nro now boing successfully manufact ured. EMir.rd Sn largo flocks aro carrying off poultry and young pigs In Toxas Coun ty, Jto. Sn.VATou Iti.Alii Is said to havo lost twcnty-flvo pounds slnco tho Congress opened. Ui:m:uaij I?oui.A?ar:u is said to bo making preparations to como to this country. A nir.r. to oxompt nowspapor mon from jury duty has boon favorably reported at ...

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. — 19 April 1890

;jig mif t i.i igrirnwrtmrrti jV- ' ' ' "r lfffT ft, TSpi Mwmmmmmriin&memmminmwmammimiivmnammin MIS MOTHER'S PIES. V o tolled nml trlod nnd vvorrlod, I've gono tho cools-book? through, Till my brain Is tlroil nml flurried, And my hnnds and patience, too. I'vo hint tho best Instruction From tho ablest cooks In town, And my pies nro crisp nnd dainty And dcllcntoly brown. .Hut npplo, mlnco or pumpkin, Of any form or nhndo, Are nothing to my husban 1 Ulto tho pics his mother made. So I'll glvo tho strugglo over, And throw my prido away, Sut ns suro ns I'm n mother I'll bo nvongnd somo day. My honnlo lads nro grow In?, And they'll not bo afraid To tell their f uturo spousos 'What ploa their mother mada. Clclly Corwln, in Good Housekeeping. DAISY'S FARM. Tho Storllo Land That Proved a a Valuable Logaoy. Daisy was ongagod, nnd hop botrothed was recolvlng tho morry congratula- tlons of tho family, consisting bf hor undo, hor aunt, and noarly a round dozon of cousins. Wharton Hill, a you...

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. — 19 April 1890

' f" y ws-'i555f5: THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890. T" r r 'j .s 1A1 i :) 4s 3 tf fc M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Q.W.BKEUM, A.H.Wilson, - - Propriotoi Editor. JUntercdat thel'ost-offlce at Logan as Second-class 7naller. Tin'. Democratic Council can not afford to recotfiilzu tlioso nl legod Democrats who foup;ht any part of the ticket at tho lato election. Tin! punishment for treason to the Government in any country, is death. The punishment for treason to apolitical party U political death and the party, for Its own protec tion, should enforce tho penalty Against all who on any occasion give aid and comfort to tho politi cal enemv. Tun Amendment to tho Owen Sunday Law was defeated in the Ohio House of Representatives Wednesday of this week by a vote of 05 to "5. Price voted against tho amendment as did 22 other Democratic members. This set tles tho matter for this session and the Owen law will remain as it is and in our opinion this is right. Treason at the North. "Nino thousand...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 April 1890

'MmVl-'H'lim'l'. flp-m w ' -py THE OHIO DBMOOBAT SATURDAY, APRIL IV), 1890. This paper gotslopreji atSd'olook Friday tvtning. THE OHIO .DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Wool buyers will soon bo around. TJ. J. Burgess wns In town Tuesday. Phil Thompson wns with his family Sunday. Wesley Haines Is in Union County this week. When vPIH the County Demo cratic Primary be held ? i inMh't dnujrhter of Johh Uckef'died'lnst Suturday. Two now Sheriff's Sales adver tised tills week. Read them. Col. Woldy was attending court in Lancaster this week. "Wild Oats" nt Item pel's Opera IIouso next Tuesday evening. There are now flvo men await ing execution in the Ohio Pen. Bund the new 1,'ad" of Price & Tipton, of tho East End tills week. Work luis been commenced in getting tho ground ready for the now Tile Works. Horn & Co., nt Collins' stand continue to sell goods at prime cost. . t w)iiWlVWtl It is time for tho Agricultural Society to commence for the next Fair. fK I Hon J. H. Outhwaito will bo a candi...

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. — 19 April 1890

-n. Tfvjf rvm' "' 'i-m$$$ ptf " Tim OIHO DEMOCRAT, LOG-AST, OHIO, SATURDAY". APRIL 19, 1890. A, '-rmf.' h-.. , THg OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, omoi THE GOLDEN TIME. When Is tho golden tlmof you Ask , Tho golden tlmo for lovo, Tho tlmo when earth Im Krecn benonth, Anil skies nro blno above.) The tlino for sturdy, health and strength, Tho tlmo for happy l'lny. When Is tho golden hour? you ask, lausweryou: "Today." To ilny, that from tho Mnltcr's hand Slips on tho great Tvorhl sea, As stnunch as over ship that launched To sail eternally. To day, that watts to you and mo A breath of Helen's prime, That grcoU us, glad und largo and frco It Is our golden tlmo. For Yesterday hath vallcil her fnco, And gono as far away As sands that swt pt tho pyramid In Egypt's undent d.iy. No man shall look on Yesterday, Or tryst with her again; Forecr gc.no her tolls, her prayers. Her conflicts and her pain. To morrow Is not ours to hold, May never como to bless Or blight our lives with weal or 111, With gladn...

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. — 19 April 1890

wmrv.w '''' Wf1' ' m?w,wff'''v,r ' V"- ?f"J) f ' t-WWJr"e!"r H" -Kpf tr"" 'j -"FNj v.Tt--f-fr"- WWJFW TUl? OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOG-AN, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. TO HAVE BETTER ROADS. An Awnkonoti Intercut on This ImporJ tnnt atilijrct In Various Stntcs. Up in tho Uttlo Stato of Rhodo Island tho pooplo nro waiting up to tho Impor tance of linving good roadn. A Stato Road Improvement Association lias boon formed and it Is alroady doing much pood. At a rccont mooting of this body tho following lottor from Jlr. Scott A. Smith, treasurer of tho l'rovldonco Oil company, was road: Good roads alroady oxlat In various parts of tho oldor States of our country, and If they aro to bo mado and main tained In lltiodo Island much exact in formation is needed as to methods for making and maintaining roads. It may bo stated as an axiom for us that thoro Is not so much dlillculty In making good roads as in maintaining thorn. I speak from personal observation In saying that in Franco...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 April 1890

. --"vri''-yv'wyyBgflp? T1TTC OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, APRIL 19 1890. r.- Gi'Jtild Jury. John Campbell, Fulls Goro. Henry Onilinin Jr., Green Tp., lt 1'reclnct. .John Cookie, WnshlnRjon Tp. Jacob Ilnlncs, Perry Tp., 2d Pro. JO. C. Nelson, Green Tp., lot Pre. Jlnljert IJviuim, Starr Tp. Mulon I'n.vton, Lnurcl Tp. Johnson McCnriiiid;, Logan, 1st W. Jnmcs Allen, Green Um1 Pre. Lebbens Cnrrol, Perry Tp., 1st Pre, "Wllllnm Hurt, Perry Tp. 1st Pro. James Edgar, Starr Tp. John R. West, Washington Tp. Raines Ilutter, Fulls Gore. .Emanuel Crooks, Logan, 1st V. ppjyiv .11' HY. Perry Moorohend, Logan, '2d W. John CIseo, Marlon Tp. .Chris Jtoller, Logan, 1st V. ..John Unroll1. Washington Tp. Andrew Bloom, Falls Tp. Hinion Wnldeek, Green 2d Pre. William Proetor, Falls Gore. Joshua Bethel, Starr Tp. William II. Acker, Salt Creek. .John ,T. Nih.lze-, Lnurcl Tp. William Keynes, Logan 3d W. Jessu S. Williams, Benton Tp. Ticket Kates on tho C II. V. & T. Ry. On nnd after April 1st, 1800 the O. II...

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. — 26 April 1890

., ,' "T1 Auditors Oflleo vx"- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER, CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. JOB OFFICE. ; All Kinds of Job J'rliiihifDoiic More News for Less Money, atLOirJMT PJtICES. ssrJ VOL. IV. MX 89 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, APKIL 2 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PEIl YEAR. A JL jL m J X JL -1- JL h J&- Jl L JL Jy JL L-Z m. JL h '. rs , u h THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. ' Castt Cup 1 1 ul, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doci n KOtiornl lmnltlne bnslncis. Korr-lgn Drafts ix ml Steamship Tickets for Palo nt low est rntcs. OFFICII, Itooin No. , Opera House tiAWltENCi: A. Oui.viut, President. Gkouok W. 1'ur.t.KX, Vlro Prcst. IIeuuen 1). OUi.vkii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK or Logan; onio. Office Hours from i) a. m. to ;) p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $00,000, John WalUcr, I'rcaldcnt. Chas. JS. liowcii, Cashier. Dnosa penernl blinking business receives deposits, discounts paper, itml buys nnd sells KxoIkui;;i'. S?-11ANK- niocic 'In cen...

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. — 26 April 1890

9S9 THE8M0BESS00S1AL LOGAN, j oino. CURRENT TOPICS. I'iunck lltsMAitcrc is worth $10,000,000. Tun yearly doctors' bill of Qucon Vic toria Is $1,000. Sr.citKTAiiv Husk has taken up tho ttiuly of Fronch. Gr.xKitATi lSuTt.Rit is boliovcd to 1)0 worth 50,000,000. Mictat, tic for railroads arc proving very satisfactory. Tiikiii: nro moro than SO, 000 women clorks in London. A rivrmrint) door horn has boon found tear Sylvanln, On. i:u.n I'asjia novvspcalcstwontv-sovon dilforcnt languages and dialects. Ai'Anonv for coiulonslnpf millc and cofTeo has been built at lluona 1'arlc, Cal. A Wisconsin woman loft hor hair In Germany, sont for it and had to pay duty on it. TjinuK is said to bo a big oponlng in Madras and Hombay for American dentists. Kiimat.i: lobbyists aro recognized fac tors of legislation In England and com mand high pay. "ATiri.nof mostanciont and honor able description" is advortiscd for sale in English papers. Lintixmox, 311ch., hastened tho ad journment of a mob tho other nig...

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. — 26 April 1890

7 'V; """" ' ' i ii nrrmvunirn iiriiTirriffwiVftirtr'tTn'nyirrnmTrKTiirT-irmatl'aff.n'tTiTii i ilifmniTTiwiimliniwi,ByrBnrow ipiiumi'iihwwiwmi hibiiiiiw A BABY'S THOUGHTS. 0 pshaw I I wish that I could tnllt I'd sauco theso pcoplo good. IM leach thorn, how to treat n holploss baby as thoy should. V, Bo far its I hnvo looked nround I don't boo what prevents Theso grown-up pcoplo using Just n llttlo com mull f-enso. Thoy smother mo with blankets, hut I wouldn't dnro to kick, For lUicn I do they always pllo them on mo twleonsthloic. If I could tall: I'd tell them all a pointed fact or two. Thoy know a baby's helpless. I'll cry, that's what I'll do. Uut no, I hadn't bottor cry, 'causo when I do It brings Somo paregoric;, castor oil and lots' of nwful things. 1 want to grow up right away, and whon I'm big enough. I'm going to make my nurscy talto a wholo lot tlio stuff. And sometimes when I tell them thero's a pin n-stlcklng mo, They say I'vo got tho collo nnd thoy danco mo on their lenc...

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