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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 April 1890

SSSSSm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1890. A. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W.MREHM. A. H. Wilson, Froprlctot Editol. J-Jntercil at the Post-office (it Logan as Secaml-dass matter. Meeting .of (ho Democratic Comity Central Committee. Tlio Moniburs of tbo Democratic County Central Committee will meet at tho Court ITouso in Logan on Saturday May 3 1800 at 2 o'clock r. m. to lx tlio limo and niannor of holding tlio Primary Election and tlio transaction of any other business that may como boforo the Committee. V. E. Enom:, Andy Holt, Jit, Scc'y Cbr. Fon tho ilrst time in forty years tho Democrats have elected a Gov ernor in Rhode Island. Ills name is John Davis. Ainioucm the . o.p carried tlio State of Pennsylvania by 70,152 hi 18S9, they now seem to think the state doubtful for the imperialists, und nil because of lack of honesty of purpose and reneral inefficiency of tho National administration. Tin: Tiffin woolen mills have closed. The establishment was one of the larfrc.it of its ki...

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. — 26 April 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 26. 1890. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOOEAT LO0AL NEWS, Court of Common Picas May 0 Mcrt Smith has gono to South Dakota. Silvestor Klttemlller hus ro- turncrt from tho south. Itob Work enmo up from Mar Jotta Thursday evening. Judge Bright was at Lnncnst er Monday attending court. -2-Tlio Democratic Central Com mitted rriootsnext Saturday, , -J-'Wm P. Heft is spending suvor-' nl days in Columbus this week. Now tho question soon will bo "Whore shall wo bore for gasV" John W. Ball is at Magnotic Springs, O., and his health is very poor. Harry Vanatta of Nelsonvillo was in town .yesterday on busi ness.' " Two glass works and a rolling mill at Lancustor mado assign ments'. Vernon Culver, of New York is visiting his brother Lawrence A. Culver. ,Mrs Yergcs and daughter have returned from an extended visit at Cleveland. Any one wanting papering and kalsomining done will 4 well to call on A. Bebout. Mrs. Ettio Levi and h...

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. — 26 April 1890

Tmn OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1890. !EI I iiEiio'OEMOeRATr LOGAN, omo. TWO MAIDENS. Thero win a younff woman, as I liavo boon told, Vlio worried for fenrsho wns lookinft too old; Ono day sho discovered n tiny gmy lintr And a llttlo woo vrrlnltlo which might to bo there. So, nil In n panlo, sho hastened to try llnlr washes, and tonics mid tweezers mid dye, Bbo plastered her fenturcs with lotions and evenm, And put on n mask when sho ventured to dream. Enamels nnd halms and skln-iiowdors riie tried, All stutts that ''rejuvenate." too, were applied, But, fomohow as happens to all In that oaso Sho quicker got rid of her beauty iimlgrnco. Each gnzo In the mirror showed plainly tho truth, Instead of restoring or holdliiR her youth Sho made herself older nnd shortened her days By trying those arts that aro useless always. Another young woman, as I have been told, Oavo never a thought to horselt growing old! Sho didn't go hunting to llnd a gray hair Or wrinkles or "cro...

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. — 26 April 1890

FARM AND GARDEN. A GOOD BUTTER WORKER. Any Ono Cnn A Gnnil .Mnlto. Tho work of butter mtxklnff la not so onsy, sayB Farm find Homo, that dairy won can afford to do without tho best appliances. Whoro only a small quan tity of buttor la made, hovfovor, It may not pay to Invest In an oxponslvo buttor worker. Tho ono shown In our ortgrav lng, If woll mwlo at homo, will do vory eircetlvo work, and do it much moro rapidly than tho hands. Hard inaplo or .)oecli or somo othor closo-ffralnod and tastolcsi wood will bo nooded for tho tablo top and roller. Tho tablo on which tho buttor Is to bo worked Is al most In tho shapo of a' triangle, tho rollor bolng hung at tho narrow ond. Tho rollor should bo mado somothlng tho shapo of tho housowlfo's rolling-pin. nuTTr.u woitKnit. Tho handlo by which It is manipulated should of courso bo somewhat longor than tho projection at tho opposlto end, which Is Inserted in an augor holo to hold it in place. Tho roller should bo carefully turned and thon plan...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 April 1890

r i ff-rfr 'v it'TT r THE ORLEANS .FAMILY. Poraothlngr Atiout tlio Dcsccndnnta of Klua T-iOin PliUljipe. Tlin mien lo Nomourn, iln iTnlnrlUn nnil Scholarly U'Anmiilo-C.iiiilo do I'.uis, tho Joint IloJr of tlio t'oit.-.cn or Ilimrbon nnd Orltuns. Tlirco rocor.t inuliArnis lirtvo called Apodal nltPiiiluii to tliti ilosuomlnnt or Klnjf Louis' 1'lilllr,-, of Prance, who aro f ciiorally known ' "l Orlcuns family." Tlio involution In llrw.ll resulted In tho expulsion from tlmt country of tlio Count iVUu, husband of tlto Brazilian J'rlncesu Jcauol, and a (.vandsonot Louis VliUlprio. On I'olirtiary -1, tlio TiuUo do Jlontpon ;slor, llfth and yrujijrust son of Louis l'hillppo. died in Spain. In tho same wool:, o.i February 7 tho young Duo dCMcanH, great-grandson jind heir In tho dlroet, lino of Louis Puilippo, nuulo Jils rash entry Into l'nrls, tlioiirrh by li.w ho was forbidden to sol foot on tfronoh soil. Thuntlto Orleann family have como into connidorublo notice of late, says tho Youth's ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

te?5BT3 -oasnsasswri Auditors OIHce SNSVS LARGER CIRCULATION ( THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. LMxnrf-oivwiiioi,; X iiJlL VJTllvJ jLJtliVLvJ'v IMore News for Less Money, VOL. V. NO. 40 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MAY, 3, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. riiirfiwwMffaBffBf r, i .-, , .ifisimT. ri! ? RAT c aijjtit jvrtj. j jijujbijt ) v THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cash Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits secured by Indivklunl Lmbility of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. fioea ii Kdiprnl biuilcliiK ljuslm-sft. Foreign Drafts mul Htciuiixhlp Tickets for kIo nt low ettrntcH. OFFICE, .loom No. 5, Opera House. tiAWKKNCR A. Cur.vnu, rrcslilpnt. CihOltOK V. 1'ui.i.kn, Vlco l'rest. Ui'.unuN 1). Cui.viiit, C'uRhlcr. THE FIRST BANK or loo ax, ojiio. Office Hours from !) u. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. tTohu U'alfter, President, Chas, IS. liotven, Cashier. Toou RPiiornl Imtilclni; lumlncw, rprclves dopoklls, itlxcciitntM pupur, mul buyri find ncIIs 1Cm:1iiiiii;u. tSy-H.VNIi Inccntrnl room In H...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

f'?$FWT' iTVUff;,'! . TJBDB3 OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1890. ir ps ffij )n THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. unrrXtn, t t t omo. CURRENT TOPICS. Fa tti novor oats any broad unless it is toasted. Tins auUior of "McGlnty" has drawn 11,500 royalties ro far. A Bay City (Mich.) man can niako Bait for olpbt conts a barrel. Thk Irish tenants' dofonso fund now amounts to tho sum of .'18,000. Sknatou Bi.Ain's spoech on his educa tional bill contained 270,000 words. Tint huol of a man's shoo should bo Just sovon-olghths of an inch high. Grxkrai. Mii.j:s is considered tho handsomest ofllcor in tho United States army. Gknbkai. Juiiai. Eaiu.y llvos at Lynch ourg, Va., whoro ho has a comfortablo home. BtssiAltcK was onco offored 8t u word for all that he might contrlbuto to am American magazine. Tf.xdkh sentiments nro now painted across tho bond-board of bedsteads to promote happy dreams. Bktskt Cox, a colored woman who died near Greenville, S. C, was, it is .claimed, ISO years of age. Japank...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

l"iCU' Uiaw'f HMi'n.iii'iinT.'';'Hii -i, I i. 'WW" IL. I- '"II I. Ill' w MwiBwaw MISCELLANEOUS. There Is a township lit Sumnor county, Kan.. In which a crlmo ugatnRt tho laws or tlm Stato has not boon re corded in slxteon yoars. Thoro is a cat In MlllvUlc, N. .1., that f ar sixteen years has lived around .tho docks, and that will jump ove-board Aind swim llko a wator Bpimlol. Tlmro 13 an admlrahlo tirrangcmonl for quickly and safoly emptying tho house in uso in tho Tromont Theater, Itoston. Jy Bimply touching a hutton in any ono of olght handy places In the thontro, seven oxlts open, actuated by electricity. Tho dally rations of a pair of os trlshos on tho Fallbrook farm In San Dlogo County, Cal., aro forty pounds of boots for hroakfast and for dlnpor a gallon ur two of (rrain. For dossert tho birds aro glvoti bits of bono, tiall Hamilton, the prldo of tho farm, is two yours old und stands nine foot flvo Inches high. Itismarck's crossos, medals, medal lions, ribbons, stars, bucklos,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

- -"V" "'leigfT" r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAY, 3, 1890, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.W.BREIIKt. Froptletol Editor. &.. H. Wilson, Entered at the Post-offlccat Logins as Second-class matter. Meeting of tho Democratic Comity Central Committee. Tho Members of tlio Democratic County Centra) Committee will jiu'et at tlie Court IIouso in Logan on Saturday May 3 18!)0 tit 12 o'clock P. M. to fix the timo mul manner of holding- the Primary Election and the transaction of any other business that may como boforo the Committee. "W. E. Knom:, Andy IIoMj Jk, Sec'y Clir. TiiKitn is something refreshing In tho wny Gov. Campbell tired Cuppellar, Republican whltwash and all. Refresh us some moro Governor. Bohax mined and made ready for market costs tho producer 2 ots. pr. lb but McKinley proposes to put a duty of three cents pr lb. on it. Only one hundred and fifty per cent. Tho tariff is a tax. That clause of the Iowa prohib ntory liquor law prohibiting the importation of iiquorinto thwstato lias ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

Fjmaweyii'i 'WrtM StfaSmm-Jt.-t. THE OHIO PEMOORAT SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1890. i) i m i I N, 2V paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, " Whcrp slinll tho Gas Well bo ? Corn planting tlmo is now hero. Col. ltempcl was nt Columbus Thursday. Rov. Geo. Gelgor has moved to IUiBhvlllc, O. C. C, Seeliolt8 of Perry was lu town Monday. Common Picas Court com mences Monday. See CIiob Roses now advertise ment this week. J. B. Rinson of Laurolvlllo was over here Monday. Rov. Moore of Vinton County was in town Monday. Tho County Democratic Com mittee meets to-day. Mrs. M. D. Moore visited in Lancaster this weok. Miss Ida Rippoy of Lancaster visited in Logan Tuesday. Chas E. Smith and wifo were 1 itatown Shnday and Monday. -m1ss Matt ie Rouse of tho Rock Rouio was in tho city Thursday. Ijot'o tho new attractions of fered by Harmison's in this paper. Jacob Hopstetter of of Monday was in town Wednesday on busi ness. John Reeves of Lancaster was in town Wednesday o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

m ' 110 OHIO DEMOCRAT, JLOaA2T, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1890. oiMiiOMMnnrAw , - t I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XOGAN, OHTOi THE BRIGHT SIDE. It ono loolts upon tho bright stda It la suro to bo tlio rtght side At lenst Hint's how I'vo found It ns l'vo Jour. tioyed through each day. And It's queer how shadows nnlsta, Ami how easy 'tis to banish ITrom a bright shlo sort of uaturo every ilolctul thing nwny. There nro two sides to a question, As wo knows so tho suggestion Of tho slclo which holds tho sunlight seems most reasonable to mo. And, you know, wo can't bo merry, And mnlto our surroundings cheery, If wo will persist In coddling every gloomy thing wo sec. There's a sonslblo quotation Which will fit In every station Wo nil know It "As tho twig Is bent, so Is tho trco Incllncd.'l And tho twlg3 of thought wo'ro bending, If to ways of gloom wo'ro tending, Will lx pretty suro to twist and dwarf and quite duform tho mind. There's a way of searching over Tho wldo skies till wo discover Whether st...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 May 1890

4" 'KY r' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAX, OHIO, SATUKDAS, MAY ., 1890. Jt m :'' kW FARM AND GARDEN. EVERYBODY'S BROODER. A Simple Contrlvnnco "Clint Coats Hut I.lttlo nnl Is Knstly Mmlr. An oxcollont broodor can bo mndo of dry-gooda boxes, says Farm nntl Homo. ' Soloct two that nro four foot aqunro and two jfcotdcop. Place 'box No. 1 on four substantial lew, six or so von Indies high. Tnfco ofT ono side, which will bo the front of tho brooder. Ovor this open sldo lay ono odgo of a wido board, allowing tho othor odgo of tho board to rest on tho ground, forming an lnclino across the ontiro front of tho box. Nail narrow cleats longthwiso of this board so tho chicles can easily ascond. Uomovo tho bottom of box No. I! and saw tho Hides so that tho front will bo two foot high and tho back only nix inches. This will form a shed roof. Kail good boards across tho roof, ovor lapplnu each othor' llko shinglos.or shoot tin will do as well. This makes a wator-proof roof. Ma'co thrco two-inch augor ho...

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. — 3 May 1890

TOE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, MAY, 8, 1890. 1 1 i i! 'HIE OlOTT CL ?IEI;D, Bomct!iin Abtiut too Lo Eal Tar xitcry hi Atcaoo. ,Cnrlmis VcUtilnuin llepnulln T7nt Hava " I5"m 1Vorl d lei" Ono Hundred nnil I'.u-ly YriiM l.ow tin Alsullnn Oil Wo'.l U Nifi.l. "Tlio oldest prtic'lcjil rmtrnlrom pro iIuoom Jin Un worlil tiro the Lo llel timi dly, of AIspxc," paid cx-.Sunnlor Lowla .Emery, Jr., tlio fltfiillntf nntl-Sttindnril oil producer ot' lir.idfoid, l'a., to a Xow York Sun lloportcr. "fstrongo ni it may ,somi, tlmy liocan to ruoduoo polrolcum moro tlinn ISO ycani lioforo Colonol PraUo nank lit' plonocr woll in l'onn s.lvnitla, and yot U10 lilutory of oil pro duction 1h dated from Drnko'u sucocsaftil vonturo ncur 1'llirivUlc. Ko ono in this oountry over hoard of tko ancient Al eutian oil field until 1SS0. In that year I was making a tour of investigation among tlio litUHlan and other alleged foreign oil countries and learned of tho oxistonco of tho Tjo I.ul territory. I was surprised to ...

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. — 10 May 1890

'MZ1 TO5SSr Awlltota Offloe s THE OHIO DEMOCRAT Ijob office. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less VOL. V. NO. 41 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MAY, 10, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PEE, YEAE. jjyU i Thp Ohio-'Hi? ynriD at I All Kinds of Job Printing Done S J3. fc I P V . jj ft fti a fc. if Vi V H J J 9 fc. B a Money, If V J IKf tf J14&.1. JL. Jli jjlli&. 1 i Kr- A M Ait THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. Cash Capital; 550,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over i Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a Rcncral bnnkliiR biwlncw. Foreign Drafts nnd Stciunslilp Tickets for sale at low est r.dcn. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. tiAWKRNCK A. OUT.VF.lt, I'rCllltont. Okouok W. rui.i.KN, Vli-o I'rcnl. Ur.uunN D. CuiiVcit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Valkcr, 1'resldcnt. Chan. m. Boiven, Cashier. Boesn poiiera! lmnkliig bnslnc", receives (loposliM, discounts pupur, anil liuys m...

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. — 10 May 1890

. i i im THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, i QHTOi CURRENT TOPICS. P. b. Armour, tlio ChUago packor, is worth $.10,000,000. Mark Twain Is said to be worth moro than two million dollars. Mat will bo a month of conventions, dedications and colourations. Mil. Oauxkmk's hotol for worklngmon near Pittsburgh is to cost S300.000. i Tun International Itoform Congress moots this year in St. Petersburg1. Illinois lias four watch factorios which pruduco two thousand watches n day. 'Tis said that fowor daily papers aro publlshod In Boston now than in 1810. A Hili.man (Mich.) man is accused of selling his voto for two bushols of buck wheat. Disraeli used to say tho tost of gon tlllty was to sco womon oat oranges and grapes. It is reported that in tho past flftoon months 71,000 nogroes havo loft North Carolina. The English languago was used in framing a recent treaty botweon Russia and China. Ik Sturgls (Mich.) burglars spent two hours drilling a holo in a safe which wasn't locked. Tin: Empress of Gorman...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 May 1890

vagterr fi' TIOS OJHODEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUltDAX, MAY 10, 18'JO. tm9mAm.iimivAi'miJ0M'rfr'ni.''tiurvxi. 'mn'IIIHIWJLH WCT ml'IWiBimiHWWilJUjUMU'MIKVIlim s.'wt,wruf In-' THE GRAND AMY. - c y- i MTwenly-Fourlli Annual Encninprncnl of the Oliio Department. Xlrrtlnti of Ortlerrs unit l)rpinte Inter esting ticitliiii Sprmiirlii tlio Host liens Session I'rnri'iMlliiRn or Uiit AViinnii'dI(dli f Corps Convention. V i. rinsT 11 v. Cl'.'ClNt'ATi. April an. Tho dolcirntos to 1Iib .TwiMilv-ftiuTlli Annual Hnenmpmcnt ol Din De partment of Oliln. fl. A. It, convened nt I'llic's Opcra-houso this mnrnlmt nt I' n'cloik. De partment Commander fi.H.Hiirst.of Ghllllrothc, presided, nnd thcio vela in ntlendiinco lOSdol CRfttcs. Mr. lliichnnan lVrln, of tills cltv. wns chosen tho official stenographer of tlio Hncamp mew. Adjutant General John T.napcr reported that nil tin Department ofllccrs wore present nnd In their places ThoCominllleo on Credentials re ported projrrcss and wero cranlcd further ti...

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. — 10 May 1890

I II rtinwr am THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAY, 10, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, , VT.BBEHM. t. H. Wilson, Proptittot Editor. Jin tcrcd at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. fleeting' of llio Democratic County Central Commlttoc. TIio Members of tlio Dcmocrntic County Central Committee will moot tit the Court IIouso In Logan on Saturday May 10, '00 nt 2 o'clock P. M. to fix the, time nntl trtanner or holding the Primary Election unci tho tmnsnetion of any "other business tluit amy comobofdro tho. Committee. Of tho amount needed let tho town assume, say one sixth, of tho amount in addition to Its propor tion of tho balnnco and tho burden will ho light and much nenrer in proportion to tho accurlng benefits than In nny other way. with tho consent and aid of Messrs Lowry and Price any need ed legislation can be had to permit the taxes being laid. - All these gentlemen can ' bo seen within two days and with their consent to the proposition the gener al committee will bo ready to...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 May 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY;- MAY 10, 1890. 'T ' ' " ' I I l . ! Ut l l II iVaWWWWitWUIWIHIIWillUUWJIMP.WWWWMHMMl' ft B This prtpcr goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Here and Thoro a Few marks. Re- Air: ,"Auld Inng Syne" Ho was a Blueing master, And ho put on lots of styla; Ills tcoth wcra white nnd even, And ho lmd a winning smile; Ills head wos polsod Btiporbly, And vory fnr from bnld Oh a rcg'lnr la-do-da was ho, This snmo Professor Anld I Ho smiled upon tuo ladtss. n.ii i; ,(Atiiltho ladles smlledou him, , UHi 1 0ff tilril'dsnudWe-A-y insg, ' ht V ' ''fTIio saucy and the prim j , Ho hobnobbed with tuo gcntlomcn, And a daisy ho wascalt'd, Oh a dandy nnd a thoroughbred, Was dsar Professor Anld I Where Is ho now? wo question Andwhcrolsallour"tln7" Alas He wiyr a strangor, Aridhogladly "tookuslnl" Th proceeds of the concert Ho Rnugly stowed awny, And lit out for some other cllmo, Bid sweet Professor A. He beat tuo needy printers Alas! it was a s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 May 1890

taanuEaasBaaxaa TffrWSI ". I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. UAIAN OIIIO. THE FARMER. I. inn IDEALIST'S riCTUIIK. TJio farmer knows nor euro nor strife Ills lot Is cast In clover; With balmy sunshlno nil Ills llfo Is brightly glided ovor. IIo strays 'nonth branches hanging ripe, And sees his buckwheat growing; IIo sits at easo and smokes his plpo Jn wtntor whon It's snowing. In spring, about his garden bed ' He hears the bluebird chlrple, And notes the gladiolus red And pansy gold and purple, Or clso beneath a spreading trea, When all h sweet nnd dreamy, ' Ho looks across the mendow son With daisies uhlto nnd creamy, i Ills life with every kind of Joy Is ilnzzllngly resplendent; ' lie's hnppy as a barefoot boy, And nioro than Independent. it. Tin: ueamst's riCTtmE. When sparkling stars the heavens gem, Ilcncnth tho Shanghnl-roostcrcd bo ighs To milk a dozen kicking cows Ho capers forth ut fourn. m. When gentle zephyrs stir tho reed And May blooms deck tho mountain's brow, All day behind tho fris...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 May 1890

, ifrfriimhiftiwi wwii m nWrWVWjnxiiwi FARM AND GARDEN. COOLING MILK. Bmnotlitns About tlio Uao .or Ammonia Where tor Cnn Nut Do Obtained. Tho chemist of tlio Victorian Gov ernment rIvcis Romo Interesting Infor motion about cooling milk by tho uso ot ammonia. In butter making if uniformly high quality Imfctor 1b desired as soon ns possible) nftor milk comes from tlio cow, tho cream should bo soparnted by tho contrlfngal separator. Then im mediately, and preparatory to churning, tho croam, if not nlrondy cool, should bo cooled down to a temporaiuro not oxeccding B5 degrees Fahronholt. Tho main object of cooling is to hardon tho fat globules, ho that, during tho churn ing, thoy may full togothor In firm grains. Tho buttor thus obtains a "granular" structure, rondorlng it moro thoroughly cleansablo from tho butter mill:; it alao acquires a waxy consist ency, whereby its keeping qualities and palatabloness riro improved. For cooling tho milk various appliances nro in uso. Whoro tho oper...

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