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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 May 1890

mm ittthi 'i'"' ""i "titti'ii i I l'llTlBilaMll" '-'"-""' m-miir r SX THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, MAT, 10, 1890. m REGARDING HUSBANDS. flomo Atlnnt-t Women Air Their V'en ( Upon tin' 'uliji-ct. Tlioro Is ono tiling thilt n young vot rin wlio lias lint reoonlly pono nnil frot ton horsolt married hliuulil lio tulviauA cifnlnst; Jliat Is fiV wntlmunMl olln alvonoss upon conjugal lmpptniHs In tlio jjirpsonco of womon wlio lmvu boon wed somo tinio. No nmltoe how happily 'mated tlioso damns m.vy bo Uioy fool in duty bound to snub liny o::ptomiim of faith nnd contentment on tlio pai t of tlio bvido of a fow wooks. Tlicy Hko to toll pleasant little .stories (.omcrnlntr tlio lldollty of Impllctty trusted Int'i bands, tholr fominoss for nlplit koy, club support, cards, tliolr peculiar exac tions, occontilcltlo? nnd so forth. I chanced the other day to drop In upon a cliclo of tlioso matrons when n two weeks' bride callod. 'i'ho subjoin of mnrrlnffo was hrouglit up, and the held' ventured to ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

wyJTT j .-.. -- - Auditors omo Sia The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. i VOL. V. NO. 42 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MAY, 17, 1890. TERMS, 51.50 PER YEAR. ; THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cask Capital, $50,000.00. DepoHlts secured by Intltviilunl Liability of over Four Hnndred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general banking bualnviui. Foreign DrnriHnml Steamship Tickets forsalont low est ratcR. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawkkkck A. Cur.VKit, President. Or.ouaE V. Pui.i.kn, Vlro I'rcsU UKUIIKN I). UUf.VElt, UllBlllcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllce Hours from 0 u. in. to 8 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $60,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Iiowcn, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives rtepoxliH. illscouuts paper, and buys and Hells Exchange. ... tUANK In central room In tlio James Illock. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Pablic, DoIIIhou Itiillding Logan, O, Collections ofClnlniH, Notes and Arcotmts, MnrtEngPH, Leases, Cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

TTJHI OHIO DBMOOEAT, lOGAN, OHIO, SATUltDAS, MAY 17, 1800. iff i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. MicmoAjf Is froo from dobt. In lluonos Ayros It costs $3.50 to soo tlio circus. DoMPnnno is writing fortho scion title magazines, Vickriiuim Is buying up Us bonds at 04 cents on tho dollar. Gueat duds of carbonates nnd gnlona nro reported noar Darker, Mont. Loim Tiinnyhox Is now giving moro attention to gout than to poetry. Qtu:i:.v CmtiSTiNR, of Spain, Is thirty 11 vo, very protty and vory popular. The American girl and hor money aro soon parted whou sho buys a foreign, titln. Mns. John Disnw Is 09 years of ng and lias been on tho stago slxty-thrco years. Tin: olght-hour day has beon thofj 'ulo In Australia for moro than thirty years. A Connecticut nowsboy Is cutting his third sot of tooth. Ho is elghty three. OtmA and Pattt liavo earned moro money flian any othor two women of tho century. A cnoss-nvn or squint of tho rightoyo debars a man from admission to tho reg ular ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

' WJJW MPerira "T'WW -T"-i?" mHHHJWW!!T'f ""HIPT"' If" w. m l lay.na THE QUESTION. When llio orator tots up to sponlc Ho stats out with an opening shriek. "Tlio question naturally arises." Well, ornlor, us 1 surmlso, Tlicso lucstlons frequently arlso Ami stand up waiting for replies Tlio nucstlon naturally arises. It comes In hours of Rrlcf or mirth, At tho Kill"'' r ilonth, or the Kites of birth1, Tho question lintiirnlly nrlscs Tho quostlou: "WhcroforcJ Whlthorf Why?" The unnnswerlug onrth, tho silent slty, Stind dumb, vouchsafing no reply; Tho question naturnlly nrl9cs. Fnlo crooks Iti questioning linger Joint A. hugo Interrogation point Tho qucRtlon nnturally arises. Jt motions on tho curious child, The maid, with trusting heart and m M 'J'hc youth, w lib passions hot unci wIUi Tho question nnturally arises. It comes to greatest anil to least, A guest unbidden at tho fenst, Tho question naturally arises. ' What menns It nil?" tho spooler salth, "Tlils'lltfiil, inomuntary broatb,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

- - w 1tff'iyi)inyyp'f THE OHIO DEMQCB5y SAtlPBDiAJg,-'MAYY1 F7v .1890. T""-;tfttjT'- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BREBM, Froprlotol A. H. Wilson, - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. .ANNODNCKMENTS. Wo aro authorized to announce tlio following persons us candidates for nominations for tho 'respective offices, subject to tho decision of the Democracy, at their, Primary ,Juiie21st-18!)0. . Probato Judgo-( WILLIAM T. ACKER. Clerk of Court, P. II. LAPPEN. Second term. ,fTlip J3arnival willJTbo lyloTorMo N6 Orleans the Treasurer, B. H. ALLEN. Second terra. Prosecuting Attorney. J. B. RIASON. Of Perry Tp. Inflrmnry Director, JOHN SIIUNK. of Ward Tp. i We acknowledge tho receipt of a pressing invitation to attend the. "Royal Carnivnl" to be .held In Ogden, Utah, June 30 to July 6th, inclusive, after the fete, and will be hightoricd"by coronationosthe.reigningBoverign of tho'Carnival Kingdom of tho West;'"R:rII." Not all new things come from g effelfc ISash Tho B...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

?("' F(Tt- ' -T "if-' 3 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAY 17 1890. e s,&gmP!arW 2' paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Only otto half dny or court this week. John Hanson was at IcArthur Tuesday. , , Geo. Brashenrs was In town Monday. Dr. Rtwo'y has repainted lite residence. :-i Df.-Bhrudor of Nolsonvillo whb hero yesterday. -George' MuWbtd was ub"V Logan Monday. v' ' ftr. J. L. Davis", of Monday was In own yoslerday; ' ' ' ' Leo Cresnp, of Nelsonvlllo was In Logan over Sunday. John Gallagher's famllymoved toColumbus Thursday. Quito a number of our citizens worp 1n-ColumbiiB Tuesday. Mrs..H M. Hamilton visited In Athens county over Sunday. Senator Lowery was In Cin cinnati a few days this week. Mr. John Lorontz has put a now slate roof on his residence. "" Corn planting is late, ori ac count of 'so much rain and cool weather. Isaac I). Kontnor was appoint ed Supt. brthrHocKirnr"CanalTnsf Born Wednesday,. May J4th 1,89, to.Mt- and. Mrs. G. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

im,miifimiiir' OHIO DEMOCRAT, LO&A2T, OHIO, SATLTBUAr. MAY 17, 1800 " ",Trt- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 't JOT. AN omo THE DYING WIFE'S FAREWELL. KaIko my pillow, husband, dcnrc.it, l'alnt and fainter cnmc3 my breath, And the1) fhadows stealing slowly Mint, I know, bo those, of dentli. Slt lown closo hesldo mo, darling, l.ct mo clmp your worm, Rlroiut linnd, Yours that over hni sustnlned mo To tho borders of this land. Kor jour God and mlno, our father, Thcnco shall over load mo on, Where upon a throno ctornnl Slti lilt lovo and only Son; I've had vlsloni and been dreaming O'er tho past, of Joy and pnlnj Year by year I w nndored backward, Till I was n child again. l)r iinii of girlhood, nnd tho moment When I stood jour wlfo and bride, How my heart filled with love's triumph In the hour of woman's prldo. Dreams of thee and all tho earth cords Firmly twined about my heart Oh1 tin bitter, burning anguish, When I know that wo must part! tl has pmied, and (Soil hai promised All my footsteps ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

'Wf! w ,T' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN", OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 1', 1800. t FARM AND GARDEN. PRUNING SHEAR3. Implement Thnt Evorr Farmer Slioulil Vontim. A good pr.lr of pruning shoars which will oporato with rontllnoss and oaso Is an Important tool to tho gardonor who lcpops treos and shrubbery within proper bounds, hut badly constructed they aro not so convenient and usoful as tho slnglc-bladod lcnlfo. Wo have neon thoso that wero of vory llttlo valuo, requiring a bawl prcssuro of tho hand to cut oil a small twig; and again wo havo had tho satisfaction to work with thoso which with little offort uhdarcd olf a groon limb over an Inch In dlnmotor. All tho dllfcronco oxlstod in tho form or construction. When tho two bladon of tho shears moot squaro togethor Ilko a common pair of scissors, thoy will not pruno off a largo shoot; rioimus 1 and 2. hut If ono moves over tho othor obllquoly with a draw or sawing motion, thoir olheloncy is greatly increased. Tho tool manufaotiirors of past years ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 May 1890

,-yr sfTpgfWJfWf'W'" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, MAY, 17, 1890. BLOUSES AND WAISTS. tforoltlr In Tennis 1'liiniieln, WiMhnhU Stlk4 nml Mlk Petticoats. Tlio now Lomila llnnnols nnd wntsliabM pllks for lilottsns for tlio liouso, for trnv nlliifj nml for tonnts Jmvo lirond Ntrlpvi (Of n color o wliltn, oitluir In solid Ntrlpus or narro)v Irregular s(xiiv.'s form .iitf llio bro;ul onoH. 1 title stt'lpcs pro ,vnll ns jistml, lint thoro nro also rityor stripes of rod nml green, nnd very quiof gray or Jjrown stripes. Tlit-so blouses 'nro njfaliv miulo In tlio mnauuUno frtsh Ion oZ.undy so popular, with n, ulinllow yol.'j lllin tliiUof mun's sliirti, nnd n wldo box plcot down tlio front. Tliey linvu a Htrnlfrlit ttirncd-ovnr coUtir, and ishlrt sjuovns. with wristbands, nnd aro cub long unouL'li to tuuk In undur tlio skirt bolt, but hold In Hhnpo by u draw-Inff-strlnir nt thy wnlijt linn. Figured foltlnrds nnd scotch jilnln mtr pliB aro mado Into pretty limtnu waists, trimmed vlth n, rufllo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

isryfs - ' --TSSTf VWfT W'fF'1"' "3JS sSTHI'" "gpBWf HDKT1' AutUtf rs Offloo CIS The Ohio Democrat LARGER CIRCULATION THAH AHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, j If More News for Less Money. VOL. Y. NO. 42 LOGMJST. O., SATURDAY, MAT, 24, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ?- v i in jjiir Jiox x luujuut j ," t 3 THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over . Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a irencrnl blinking business. Foreign DrnftH nnd Steamship Tickets for Halo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honsc. Lawiikkck A. Culver, President Ouyuai: W. 1'uli.kn, Vlrc Prcsl. Ukuiikn D. Cul.VKlt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 1) iu m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1'rctildcnt. Cuih. E.JBowcn, Cashier. IJocHn general banking business, rccolves deposit, discounts paper, mid buys nna sells kxchnngu. RANK In ccntrnt mom In the James Bloc OCK. ATTORNEYS. G-. W. BREHM. Attornoy-at-Law and Nota...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

MOT OHIO KBMOOBAT, LOOAJNT, OHIO, SATXTBDAY, .MAY 24, 1800. S THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN, oma CURRENT TOPICS. Tun tido of travel toward Europo has lot In. Tiik ohampton pug of England weighs but flvo pounds. Oalifokma, wants ton aoros of spaco at tho World's Fair. A skw Iron has boon invontcd which is said to bo rustless. Senator Vkst Is ono of tho plainest dressed men in Washington. Tiik Gorman Labor Conforonco, has boon flxod for Juno lfi, at Hallo. First editions of Burns' pooms aro worth now In London about $000. Tun climato of China is said to bo growing not only coldor, but drlor. Amdicii Is replacing tortoiso slioll as an ornament for tho hair in England. Ax Atchison man has had a hundred asos in tho Supremo Court of Kansas. A nil.T, to abolish suits for breach Of promiso has boon introduced in Parlia ment. A Pauir lottor says that Explorai Stanley's faco is tho color of a cooked jllvo. Op a family of sixtcon near Taylors town, Ta., thirtoon havo died of diph theria. It requiro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

-"EHM OHIO BBMOOEAT, LOaAIT, OHIO, SATUKDAX, MAY 24, 1890. DECORATING THE LIVING. HERE nro the comrades onoo ho know tvixmvmr swept o'er the lnnd, .Who followed whoro the bugles blow Their echoes ot com mand? In nameless graves llo some asleep, Burled whoro they woro olnln, Ami some In ocenn'a mighty deep, rorROttoii, long hnvo Into. To ilay tho crippled noldlcr comes Wherosomo nro lnld torcst; lie hears In dreams tho distant drums Trom North, South, East, and West, And on tho shafts that point ulo o llo scos tho bannors furled, In token ot n Nation's lovo And poaco throuRhout tho world. "Which Hue wns theirs It matters not; The blue coat or tho nrnyj .A common grief all elso forgot Hclongs to them to day: Abo o tho gruv es of thoso who fell Upon tho battle field, 3n town and city, hill and doll, Spring wcn es hor grassy Bhlold. And while wo deck our heroes' tombs, Their deeds remembering, The children crown tho vntcrnn With wo en blooms of spring, ricaso God wo no or will forgot To...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

f i tn twmmmdfataaf' ptL THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATTJKDAX, MAT 4l 1890. ESS" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.T.UREIfU, rroprlotoi A.K.Wilson, - - - Editor. Entered at the Post-offlce at Loytm (ts Scaond'rluiM ,m((tlcr. ANNOUNCHMIINTS. Wo aro antliorlsjod to unnounco ,tho following persons us candidates for nominations for tho respective jotlleos, subject to tjio decision of the Domocraey at their J'rimnry J.uno 21st 1SD0. Proboie J,udge WILLIAM T. AClfEI?,, JA.COU A. CUPP, dork of Court, D. f r. LAPPH.V. .Second term. f Treasurer, 1O1. ALLEN". Second term. Prosecuting Attorney. J. IJ. MASON. Infirmary Director, .JOHN SIJUNIf, ' of "Ward Tp. .Commissioner ABEL CAHPENTER. ALEXANDER A. JUNIPER, of Ward Tp. ' Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. the probability of the bill becom ing u law, they say to their cus tomers "buy now". Now will some expert, figure out bow much increase of price the farmers will realize on their pro ducts, and how much more will bo paid our laborers in wages? A3 this bill is for tho"boneflt ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAY 524. 1890. P I" This paper goes io press at S o'clock Friday evening, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Plno-ftpplcs aro luscious now. U'ho dancing school la closed. Next Friday Is Decoration day. Candidates aro now bloom ing. Goo Mumford was in town yesterday. ItouBon D. Culver is traveling in Europe. Sherlir Wright was In Lancas ter Tuesday night. Jacob A. Cupp of Laurel was in Town Thursday. Mrs Nlll Jb putting a now slate roof on her residence. John M. Buchanan of Benton was in-town Thursday. Ovorcoats woro in demand several days this weok. Mrs. M. J. Ruble visited in Columbus over Sunday. Court took"a recess yesterday morning till next Tuesday. Democratic Primary June 21, see announcements in this paper. Mr. Arthur Jennings, of Mis souri Is visiting relatives in Logan. Notice this week a chango in the advertisement of S. C. Horn & Co. Dr. Shrader of Nelsonvillo was up Thursday on legal business in Court. Mr. Douglas Case, of Florida is visiting f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

' vr.nL OHIU DEMOUBAT, LOGrAN, OHIO, SATUBDAr. MAY 24, 1800. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, logan, i t i i omo WHEN SWEETHEART DIED. Tho sun was hid when sweothoart tiled i It seemed to us ns though lio tried To show In this way that ho grieved To sco our souls so soro bcrca cd. Tho birds wero still whon swoethenrt dlcdj It seemed ns though they unit denied ThemseU cs their songs, to pro o that thoy Were sorry for our darkened wny. The flowers all drooped when sweetheart died; It 'ectned as they woro nil allied In one desire, to mourn tho fato That lctt our hearts so desolate. Tho trees bent low whon sweetheart died; It seemed, when they swayed sldo to sldo, As they wero writhing, o'on as wo In spirit writhed lnngony. It rained all night when sweetheart died; It seemed in through tho saints had cried Till Heaven o'erflowod, to seo how deep Wo sorrowed for her droamloss sleep. The ulgut wind walled when sweothcart died; It seemed as all tho angels sighed With pity lntlnlto, to hear The way o sob...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGML-T, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 18U0. FARM AND GARDEN. SEED POTATOES. Hxtract from a. Papnr Homl by Trot. E. H. OofT Iteforo n Wisconsin rnrmera' Institute. Flvo years tiRO wo took up this ques tion at tho station, ntnrtlng on tho ns , iiUmptlon Hint tho running out of poU toos is dtfo to n lnok ot proper selection of seed. In tho yonr 1834 wo commonccd tho oxporhiiont In order to nnswor tho uostlon In tho shortest posalblo tlmo wo dotermlncd to select from thostroii(r sst hills on tho ono hnnd, In order to Increase tho vigor of ono sot of plants, and from tho woakost hills on tho other hand, In order to decroaso tho vljror of another sot of plants. In tho fall of IS83 wo ordered our men, whllo thoy woro digging our variety tosts ot pota toes, to put tho potatoes of oaoh hill carefully by thomsolvos. Whllo theso potatoes lay on tho ground drying I pnssod over tho rows andoxamincd oaoh hill, ono by ono. I thon Bolootod tho alll of each row that contained tho larg sst ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 May 1890

r- T-rrni JhMM. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, MAY, 24, 1890. USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. A atraiiR solution of nltim, to which Jins boon tidilcil u llttlo frlycorlnu untl yJnogitr, lsu :uro for mosquito littca. TIip rupcntcd application of oil anil ctnnnmoii will cmisn tluWn ujfly oircri'S ooiicom warti to dliupponr. lltilililrijj thorn with salt la also rounminotidi'd, yllon tho skin Is bruised It may ba yrovoiilcd from bei'omlng discolored by juslng a llttlo dry ntnroh or arrowroot, moroly inolHtontul with cold wulur, and placed on llio Injured part. This should bo dono at onco, Tho physician U fro()uontly asked by lady patlimts for somo thing Unit will roiuovo irci'kliiy, A writer In tho l'liarni. Zoit, says that a wash consisting of .equal parts, of lactic acid and glycorlnc ,vlll do tho work, and la harmless when applied to tho skin. Vasollno Is growlnp In favor ns nn ,oniolllent for shoos. Tako a pair of shoos, especially tho shoes worn by ladies, and when they bocotno hard and rust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

jftW.fT Alii ""o, ww 'tf -5 LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AM PAPER IN THE VALLEY. .iMhoAwuf x. A AJLL VJl 11W JLjlLI V JLv vXo. X IMore News for Less Money. VOIi. V. NO. 43 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, MAY, 31, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. - - ys;-f" c atJjiirji;a:iJ.'Ji-iuj!4i3, THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cask Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock a general banking busliicpB. ForolRii Drafts nnd Btcninidilp Tickets for sale ut low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. G, Opera House. IjAwjiknob A.CUi.vkii, President. Okouoi: W. ruu.KH, Vlro Trcst. Ukuiikn D. Cur.vr.n, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Cftas. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Docs a general banking business, receives deposits, dlHcouuU puper, mid buys niiil (tells Kxchunue. flHANK III ccutrnl room In tho James ock. Uloe 'ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllson ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

l -Ipn'ttjT.-WrlF.r'f"' ' THE OHIO BflMOOBAT, LOGJOT, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1800, & THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. There Is n groat boom in ollvo culturo In California. President Diaz, of Mexico, Is about fifty y oars old. Buffalo lltt.r. now owns King Homba's houso In Naples. Three wlto murdorors will bo banged in Memphis Juno 24. DuniNO tho past year 203 porsons woro killed by wolves in Russia. The largest cabbago ovor grown in Florida weighed 30J pounds. G. O. P. stands for "gonuino original paokago" in Kansas and Iowa. Ex-President Hayes Is to erect a nandsomo monument ovor bis wifo's grave. General Jos. K. Johnston Is clghty fottr, but as buoyant and activo as a man of fifty. Napkin rings aro absolotc, because you aro not supposed to uso napkins a second time. Tub inflow of immigrants at Now i'ork shows a steady lncroaso as tbo sea son advancos. A Kansas man says ho cleared S00O last year off a patch of walnut trees of his own planting. A St. Joseph (Mo.)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

T10 OHIO DBMOCKAT, LOGr-AJST, OHIO, SATURDAY, MAT! 31, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, & LOGAN, OHIO THE LAST OF THE HOUSEHOLD. To My 8ller In Henvon. The Inst, my dnrllnql Yes, I nm tho Inst Of all our houiehold; In tho happy past I find nlono tho closp companionship for w hit b I lonff, My lonely footsteps slip Alone tho dlfllcult, tho untried way, And there Is nobody who dnres tosny! "lie curctul, denrl I would not tnlto thnt roid," Or! "Let mo help you benr our heavy lovd." ahe luM, my darling! Yet, I nm tho last Of all my own. Love's sky Is overcast, And thrmiKh tho coming storm no voleo I hear Thatcnlls: "Ho Irrmo to brcnBt ths blast, my dear." Wull done ltsolf Is mixed with bitterness ' Do.xiuso thcro's none to call It "our uc," And thoURh my frlonds are sorry I'm alone, My grief Is nil my own, Is all my own. Tholnst, my darllngl Yes, I nm tho lost Of all tho family on earth thou hast. But yesterday thou wort so closo to mo And now thy pictured f nco Is nil I see. Thy cherlfihcd...

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