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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

THE OHIO XBMOCRtA:aV SATUJRDiV '4 - 'MA Y, - 31, 1890. 5R ' ess THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o.w.iinEnM, Poprletot A.. H. Wilson . Editor. JJntered at the Post-offlee at Logan (is Sevond'Clais waiter. ANSOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to 'announce the following persons us candidates for nominations for the respective offices, subject to the decision of Jtlio Democracy at their Primary June 2istvigoo. "Probate Judgo WILLIAM T. ACKER. J(ACOD A. CUPP. ! . -Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPEN, Second term, , ,' Treasurer, tB! H.ALLEN, Second term, Prosecuting Attornoy, J. B.RIASON. Infirmary Director, JOHN SHUNK, of Ward Tp. JOSEPH N. KESSLER. ISAAC A. WRIGHT. .of Falls, Qoro. Commissioner ABEL .CARPENTER. ALEXANDER A. JUNJPER, of Ward Tp. GEBliART AMENPT. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS, profess a virtuous longing for puro elections. Mr. Reed with it cer tain captivating boldness, says bluntly that ho wants elections which will return a Republican Congress. Ho does not blink at tho means or try to disguise It. Th...

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. — 31 May 1890

tf THE OHIO. DEMOCRAT SATUJRDAY, MAY 31, 1890. te tir This paper goes to press at 8 o'oloak Friday evehtnff. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. it V. O. Lowry was in Columbus Monday. Robt Hnmblin was in town over, Sunday. Hon. A. 0.8an ds was in Logan over Sunday. Court adjourned on Tfcsdoy till August 25. Chas Bowlby was at Athens Wednesday evening. Daniel L. Davis of Salt Crook w,ob in t04vn yesterday. kr. Tom Collins, of Spring field has returned home. Mrs.A.H. Wilson is visiting rolativcs in South Perry. A number of our citizens visit ed in Columbus on Friday. Born May 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bnrclay, a daughter. Riley Glass in a fow days, will run a eab to and from all trains. Representative Price was in Columbus several days this week. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ferrel on Friday May 23, a daughter. Miss Maggie Wyman of Lnn easter visited in Logan last Sun day. Sheriff Wright on Thursday conveyed Perry Kuhn to the Ohio Pen. Frank Johnson has removed -yi.vto Columbus since he got...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

TOM OHIO DEMOCRAT, XOGrAa-T, OHIO, SATUKDAX, MAY 31, 1890.. r . Mr44Evtlr "- - bo TO MY FRIENDS. iJsar frlm, when I ntn dead, Tulnk, sometimes sj, At more, or noon, or point of dying day: "I wish tlict ho were with us hud not tied." For whothor fur or near, In earth or Hky, To you t think I must be somehow nigh, And such regret It would bo sweet to hear. "Think ot me U my best," When brnln and heart Did of whiit store wns thoir, their wealth inv liurt. Think ot mo thus and not by pain opprcst. Pain iiaiov 'hat will last. Defying death, Which In us felt earth's rapture lonc'd for breath To sing life's largeness present, futuro, past. Temple liar. A STUDY OF SENSATION. .As Obsorvod in tho Lowest Forms of Llfo. Jloiv the Words "Irritability" anil "Dls- crimination" are Used to HrldRO Perplexing rroblenu Sensitive l'lanti and .Sponge. If the greon scum which accumulates on roofing tllos and other exposed sur faces be washed off and tho water exam ined undor a microscope, it will ho foun...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGkAIT, OHIO, SATUHDAST, MAY 31, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. TREE TRAINING. Method! or Making tjm Crooked Grow fitrnlRJit. Mnny fruit troos as thoy como from tho nuraory havo crooked trunks, and it tliCBo aro not tnado straight thoy aro linhlo to grow into doformod troos. Tho propor tlmo for dolnfr this work is wlion tho trees linvo boon trans planted, hut it is too otton neglected, yot crooked trocs not tnoro than two inches in dtamotor sot in tho orchard may ho jrroatly improved. If the trunk simply loans to ono sldo in gradual ourvo drlvo a strong stako into tho ground ubout twonty initios from tho troe; connect the top of this with tho treo near tho branches, drawing tho troo so that it will occupy an upright position, as indicated by tho dotted lines (J) in flguro shown. A band of wlro, lo.ithor or cloth can ho used, but tho place whoro it comes in contact with tho treo should bo padded with oloth or a twist of hay to provont injury to tho bark. When n bod crook occu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 May 1890

m' " r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY MAYv 31, 1890. T V !' A FEMALE HERCULES. iTKr.ry Thine on WlilrtiMw l.tiy llurlluml Onllapirx Complolrly. Tlioro Is r romurliaulo youtijr woman living in (itmusoo County, tfow York, pccorillntf to a ItoclioHtor vmpsr n Mlsa Emily Hopper, who, from boitijf ft frail, jlulli.'.ito fflrl, lint siultluiily dot eloped into a foinulo llui-onlos. Yot alio Is only uiplitcon ami wolfflis but ono hundred pnd ton pounds. Tlio first Indications of this iiulUy oxlilbllud tliomsolvos in n tondoncy to break wliatuvcrdlslicsslio happened to lake bold of In tliokltolmn. This, liowovor. is not nn muismil tiling among lionso servants of tlio inostfcoblu constitution, Miss llarpor would pick up somo household nrtlolo and It would immediately bo broken in her grasp. A coal scuttle would collapso ns easily as a lamp chimney, and a wushtub crush Jlko nn ojjp-sbojl, Ono day her mother upbraldod hor for breaking so many things about tlio house, and advised her to bo movo ca...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 June 1890

-"VH-'t imri AC ' -i "AlifitO r OiHoe " LARGER CIRCULATION S?-i A JrUji vJrrlO jJiLMOCrvAT. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. tMore News for Less Money, VOL. V. NO. 44 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JUNE, 7, 1890. TERMS, 81.50 PEH, YEAR. '!$" 1 1 V THE PEOPLES' BANK OF I.OQAN, CiiBh't'npltnlj $50,000.00. Deposits necuroil by Individual Linhility of ovr Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Uoph n RPiiornl bnuklm; hiiHlucfis. Foreign DruriH mill Htciimxhlp TlcltcU fur snlo ill low est llttCH. OFFICII, ltoom No. 5, Opera House. Tam'ki:nri: A. (Itii.vicn, President. ii:OK(7K V. l'UM.KN, Villi l'icst, Ukuiikn 1). C!ui.vi:it, Cnslilor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOU AX, OITTO. Office Hours from !) a. in. to .'J p. 111 Paid in Cash. Capital, $50,000. John Walker, 1' resident. Chan. li. liowcii, Cash let: Does u general banking business, receives liMoslls',.i-nuii(s paper, ami luijs mid sells Km'IiUIIKC T8?1IANK In pcnlrnl room In tlio. lames llloclc. ATTORNEYS. GL W. BREIOf. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Doillsoi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 June 1890

n''"' "i rw', -?SHF ' -wf frnnn Hf ' '??" l'HB OHIO DEMOOEAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAJT, JUNE 7, 1800. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Kino Gkoiioe, of Grooce, is talking of abdicating. Kansas Is shipping eggs by ttao car load to San Francisco. Atchison has the only fomalo conius enumerator In Kansas. It costs tho Nation 8250,000 a yoar to print tho Congressional Record. Wm. RocuKFELi.En is building a S3, 300,000 rosidonco at Tarrytown, N. Y. Tnw Miller ostiraatos that tnoro aro 18,000 Hour mills In tho United States. Thoro Is one pauper in otory thirty lovon Inhabitants In England and Wales. Emin Pasha Is somowhat of a lin guist. Ho spoalcs twonty-sovon lan guages. It is roported from tho ruby mlnos of Burma, that a ruby wolghtng 804 carats has boon found. New varieties of birds havo appoarod down in'Matnc, among which aroawhlto arow and a whlto swallow. Katik Desmond, a sixtoon-ycar-old girl, has cenfossod to a long list of bur glarlos in Boston and vicinity. FoiiTOKAT...

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

,'t TIIHE OHIO IXBMOOBAT, IjOGAN, OHIO, SATURUATT, juju 7 i890. .5? uri k':.'. JWi W." MI (I , to AN ABSENT-MINDED MAN, Mr sweetheart Is a poet1, ho is graceful, slim anil tnll; Ills hair Is tlnrlt nnd curly, nnd it's long; His fnco is lllto a saint, lio can piny nnd dnnco nnd paint, And lio'd cliarm you with tho way ho sings a sonif. But lie's nlwnys in a drenm, and to strangers ho might scorn lalko a man without a purpo3o or a plan. Vet ho's not so vory tame, for ho goto tlioro all the samo, Though thoy reckon him nn nbsont-mlnded mnn. Tho editors nllst.ite that someday he will bo Bloat, That ho "simply runt" whero other people creep; Though to soo him in his wr-llr, nnd to listen to his talk You'd suroly think tho man was half asloop. Hut ho novor loses temper nnd ho never seems to fret, And money to his pocltot frosly flows; That ho don' t know whero it comes from 'twould he very safo to hot, And safer that ho don't know whero it goos. X get so very nervous when ho takes mo out ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 June 1890

TITE OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. JUNE, 7, 1890. m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BREHM. Proprlotol Editor. A.. H. "Wilson, Entered at the Post-office alLojif as Second-Class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo nro authorized to announce the following persons us candidates for nominations for tlio respective oillccs, subject to the decision of the Democracy at their Primary Juno 21st 1800. Probato Jit d pro WILLIAM T.ACK Hit. JACOB A. CUPP. Clerk of Court, r. rr. lappen. Second torm. Treasurer, $. II. ALLEN. vSccottd term. Prosecuting Attorney. J. 13. IlIASON. Infirmary Director, JOHN SIIUNK. of Ward Tp. JOSEPH N. KESSLER. ISAAC A. WRIGHT. of Falls, Goro. ROBERT WHITE, of Good Hope. Commissioner ABEL CARPENTER. ALEXANDER A. JUNIPER, of Ward Tp. GEBHART AMENDT. Surveyer JAMES DAVIS. Democratic Primary Elec tion. The qualified Democratic voters of Hocking County, Ohio, aro here by notified that on Saturday June, 21st, 1800., a Democratic Primary Election will be held in said County at the usual places of ho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 June 1890

sggaM t -o&Ais&xKVwakim. n THE OHIO PEMOCEAT SATURDAY, JUISTE, 7 1890. ' This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. A truo Domoorut for Night Police. Sonntor Lowry was at Athens on Thursday. Boring for gns will commenco lioro on Monday. FOUND A Gold Bangle. Call nt N. J. Welland's. Mrs. Dr. Mansfield was nt Bremen Wednesday. Mrs. B. R. Hlggins has boon visiting in Cincinnati. Will Kessler and Mich Gear have purchased now blcyles. Joel Hoy of Lnurelvillo was In town Wednesday on business. The County Commissioners wore in regular session this week. Mrs. T. F. McCarthy of Ash land, Wis.,is visiting relatives here. W. B. Bowlby is cmbclishlng tho front of his business block with paint. Mrs. D. It. Mooro and children nre visiting at her former home in Indiana. It is very quietly rumored that . somebody will get married next week here. School closes next Friday, and the scholars are already beginning to feel glad. W. PPrltk and Judge Bright ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 June 1890

WWjfrWrST f ... OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY. JUNE 7, 1890. s"1-1 T THE OHIO DEMOCRAtT LOGA.IT, : t t OHIO. WHAT A WOMAN CAN DO. Therrtt poet who Btngs Of tho wondorful things That man with his might and his knowledge Rots through; Dut I wl.ili to rolionrsc, In a Jingle ot vorso, A EOod many things that a woman can do. It distressed you nppear, She can comfort and cheer, ' Otanelllm: tho trouble thnt mnito you look blue. Sho Is born to consolo Any suffering soul; mis is ono ot tho things a woman can do. Sho can tnlk like n book, Slio can wash, sow or cook, Sao can take nhabtiy garments and make them look new; And 1o hoop n houso neat, Cheerful, hcnlthy and sweet, Es another good thing that a woman can da Slio's n wonderful trick When sho nurses tho sick, Anflns mute as a shadow her tasks she'll pur- Rue. As an angel to cheer, Sho can stnnd without peer; In ono of the things thnt a woman can do. In a good many ways Shu's entitled to pralso; In a (juod many others to gli o her...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUltDAX, JUNE 7, 1890. A- V J FARM AND GARDEN. CONCRETE FOR FLOORS. K JfnnnvS Who Think It tho Host for Stnlilen unit 1Mb I'ouk. I ivd substituting concroto for plnnk In rll niy stablos nnd. liog houses as fust af'tho old floors glvo out, says a wrltor h tho Country Oontloman. From an oxumlnatlon of stablos which have boon in uso lor six yours or more, which aro floored with concrotc, and on which heavy, shnrp-Hhod horsos have stood Rummor and winter, I concludo that tli&io floors aro practically lndostructl lilc, and that thoy nro tho most econom ical that tho farnior can put in. Tho cost of such a floor will dopond Bomowhat on whether tho farmor Is con venient to stono, sand and frravol, for if theso must ho purchased or drawn bov oral miles, it will add to tho cost ma terially; hut I ilnd that with those ma terials in ahundanco within loss than a mllo of my homo, tho cost of a concroto floor is ratlior less than that of good two inch oak plan...

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. — 7 June 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JUNK, 7, 1800. peeitmw jiMTjLyimfLwiiiiiii wsaaaMww i i IV ' V dAC!-AT-ALL.-TrtADE3. Jrom Wlm Aro Alilr ti Mill." thr- itmt nf llinl l'l." Tint, jiro.it Iti'litiiiiH. Hi" elvlilrM worltl. Is ciii'iuhil.v ;i .InrU-nt-iill-lnnli", )nit 'ih n tT'iti'i'iil riiln, I'.u'h uT ILh in tilt I tiiilitiniii pi in of liatitN Ini'i only oiiii i:irtl('iil,'ir l.hiil f iMitlllltiir. Tin' jfini muilli cm ljol iirilf'J m'litil. unr Mm Jtiilnr u witnioti. ' msiiiuuilly Urn Individual iimnuf vU llii'il Mlu wuillil. If ni'irri'nlwl from IiIh followti, 1m much mow litilplp-w .than a nav:ij;o. Tho rormnrili'p.Miils, for tint supply of in ut of !!- waul i, upon otliort, t h u laltur up.in lilnMolf alone. Tim division of labor U .1 frlortoim llilnir for soelnty. If U did mil ll:o iiluii men to nmlcu pin, plus would ho much ili'arcr than ihoy aro. Until Is vury ulnar tlnit thu crafUnriii, wlio unit uiaho noth ing olso than plus' lmadn, or do nnllitm? olso than Rluirpcn plus' poln...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

r tn'a -' rr " f'y' srr iitiM5snwh-' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT " i "" yV TT t- ss. LARGER CIRCULATION -j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j IMore News for Less Money, NN0 VOL. Y. NO. 45 LOGAjST, O., SATURDAY, JUKE, 14, 1890. TEOS, $1.50 PEft YEAH. stfcKv'f y v 'xvisi ' i'S ,G$Q$ X"j.rT: !& W B . iff BT THE PEOPLES' BANK 01' LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. TlocsrtRenoriil banking biulni'RS. Foreign Drafts mid Steamship Tickets fur sale ill low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Hoiirc. llAWIlKNCB A. Cuj.vkii, President. UKuuai: W. 1'uj.i.kn, Vice 1'rcst. Ui:Uiii:n 1). Oui.Vi:it, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Oillco Hours from 9 u. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Casb Capital, $60,000. Toliti Walker, President. CM. E. Uowen, Cashier. Does a general banking buslnc, receives deposits, discounts paper, ami buys and Hells Exchange. IW-11ANK In central loom In t lie James IllOI-K. ATTORNEYS. GK AV. BREHtf. Attorn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

iwji. ij i ff-.m. t, TiT 1 ""' J"t "' 1 J" nm OHIO DBMOOBAT, LOGrAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1890. X THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, : t i OHia CURRENT TOPICS. The London tailors' union now nunv tors 100,000. Kino Gr.onni'. ot Grooco Is a grand father at forty-tour yoars old. Mns. Ci.nvr.i.ANii Is roportcd to bo holr to Omaha land worth S50,00n. Fiiom prosont Indications, Congress bids fair to sit through tho dog days. Gconni: Vandkiiiiilt Intends to orcct mngnlflcont resldonco at Nashvlllo. Tin: number of fcmlnlno bicyclists In St. Louis Is gaining suroly and rapidly. DrrnoiT Is arranging to colobrato tho 189th annlvorsary of Its founding, July SI. Tin: estimated population of Salt Lake City Is 35,000; that ot Utah, 2B0, 900. Tin: Prcsbytorlan gonoral assembly has voted to establish an ordor of dea sonossos. Tun red lights at tho rear ond of trains owo their oxlstonco to tho sugges tion of a woman. A Fulton (Mo.) woman was recently taken to tho asylum becausosho thought that sho was an ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

TT-"M" jX3lXU&K Jy, EECE OHIO DEMOOEAT, IiOGUIT, OHIO, SATTTKDAX, JUNE 14, 1890. -1 ifv THE OuD FIRE-PLACE. Vouraitv tall. uiintit our rurnnoo Uus Thut warm vour city homos, Anil loll mo liow (hit ho.it nplro4. Anil throur ti th'i building onmai Til linnilv, I'll lUlnill, to pi In Allttlolion wuuol, And lot tho rthott of summsr out About tho rocra to steal. Uutoh, I'd loo to hoc onco mora My father's bltf fire-place, To hear tho old loss Sinn nnd ronr, And watch tho Oodgliii; sparks outpour And up tho clitmnoy clinso. i "Your modern irato'i u nlco nttalr; Whon lull of itillu nelle, It londs tho room n ploasant air Oif any wlnlur'H night. Tho plow Inr; coal's it flow cr-bcil Lillet and crimson pinlts, And 'menu them ninny an olflncvo Peops through nmlvvlnkn and blinks. Hut oh, I Ion;; lo sco onco moro My ruber's old llro placo j To watch tho shadow s fllc'ti i o'or My mother's whltolr sanded lloor, And rouud tho coiling racol Theso patent parlor moves nto lino, AiuUhnrm ami) tho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

TTZf " tAuytoi i'OTl "nr "?T llBWBB f'.K'-?fW''lft,'irit Tif'?' ? ' W " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BRIJnK. FropTlotot A.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. flittered nt the. J'ost-office at Logan as Second-class matter. ANNOUNUKMHNTS. Wo aro authorized to niinounee the following persons an eandidntes for nominations for tlio respective onleep. HiiUlect to the decision of the Democracy at their Primary June 21st 18M). Probate Judge WILLIAM T.AOIC Kit. .TAC01J A. GUPP. Clerk of Court, 1. If. LAPPKX. Second term. Treasurer, J. II. ALLEN. Second term. Prosecuting Attorney. J. IJ. HIASON. Iniirmnry Director, JOHN SIIUXK. of Ward Tp. JOSEPH N. KESSLEIl. ISAAC A. WRIGHT. of Falls, Gore. JIOBERT WHITE, of Good Hope. SAMUEL II. ILER, of Benton Tp. Commissioner ABEL CARPKNTER. ALEXANDER A. JUNIPER, of Ward Tp. GEBIIART AMENDT. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. Democratic Primary Elec tion. Tho qualified Democratic voters of Hocking County, Ohio, arc here by notified that on Saturday Juno, 21st, 1S!)0., a Democratic Prim...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

"M'mfPfTf v' MN9HMMMM THE OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JTTSTE, 14 1890. s i im umiwg-il.iMljui.iMHi.iummwm M,ijiiiMmi.wu.jii.iiimm. miujJHUuiuiurAnijBJf JMIJiW,llMJlJJIl WU HJIlffg t I ' ' "- ' '-"""icT,Tff., ,..ji ji i mil ma i., ,,. lulu . hh i. ,, , twwmi hwwjWWV-8gBaidJMiyWiiaiPllBMM f ' aft i JTtte paper goestoprcss alSo'oloch Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Scliool closed yesterday. Tho Central Cominittoo meats today. Meals, tit nil hours at 0. P. Montgomery's. James Donnelly was at Lan caster Thursday. Dr. Mooro of Vinton County was in town Monday. Mrs. Frank Belt has been quite sick tho last two weeks. Turtle Soup Saturday night and Sunday at 0. P. Montgomery's. Wesley Haines is visiting in Indiana and other places in tho west. Seo tho dato of Dr. Haines visit next Tuesday in nnothor col umn. Milk Shako and Ico Cream al ways on hand at C. P. Mont gomery's. J. L. Bright has taken a posi tion at tho .Eagle Furnace in Vint on County. Notice that the Sheriff in this iss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

ttiHMWW i i i i i ii i Jmm WW '. x Htn '- VtmtO DJB3M00EAT, LOOAIT, OHIO, SATUBDAr, JVNB 14, 1890. WWWFCT iinmiw fc-1 Jtl'5l" "" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, tOGAJF, t i i 0Hia THE MAIDEN AND THE BIRD. A bird sat singing a enrol clour On the bough ot n building trco: Oh I life Is rnro, nnd tho world Is fnlr, And snect Is my llfo to mol Oh I Mo W swcot, and tho world complete, And di'nr Ik my lovo to mo 1" And nn nnfjel ncnrRmlled down to hear That song so glad and true. A mnlden fnlr enmo singing thcra A she passed 'ncnth tho hlosiomlns trco; "Oh! tho world Is fnlr boyond compare, And swcot Is my llfo to mol Oh! lovo Is sweet ami tho world complete, Aud donr Is my lovo to mol" Hut the nngM smiled not, though well lie heard Tho witching melody. lor the maiden was decked with tho self sninu bird Thuthnd sung on tho blossoming trco I To plcnso her pride, tho bird hud died, And hushed was its ecstasy! And sbo neverbenrd a tow, sad nolo From i lono bird on n tree: " Oh! llfo was sweet with lovo to...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

r ! ' i"' MLOT OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGr.AJtf, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUJNE 14, 1890. jrc FARM AND GARDEN. THE EARLY LAMBS. Steat Mothi, of ItnnrlnR unit Mntltot- Ini; Thorn. Tho owoi ot course lmvo to uo oorvod in warm wouthor, out of ttio usual sonson for such borvlco. To accomplish it, thoy nro turnoil into a shady, well watered pasture, nnd Jpd a, lljht grain ration dally for two wooks boforo plac ing tho ram with thorn. Thoy aro thon kopt at good pasturo until tho approach of cold weather, whon thoy aro placed in wintor quartoro and aro shorn lra modlatoly. A woll-llghtcd ham baso mont will answer for quarters. This should ho battonod or double-boarded on tho outside, and lined wlthshoathing papor inside. Tho windows aro mado to nlido. Thoro is an oponing in tho floor abovo to throw down foddor, and it also answors as an osuapo for foul air. My moans of tho windows and this op&ninjr, tho temperature of tho fold can bo kopt at tho required fifty degree. Tho fold Is divided into pons 10 f...

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