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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 June 1890

PmP' pjf 3W ,v T H J r t WS '"F" 'Wf Vp "JF"" - H."' T1TE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JUaSTE 14, 190. FL.OWCRS AN3 FICHUO. jl'iu.tilntrililn lmii'!i" Willi ti Promise tti Itr.i onm I'lipulir l!ver,'ilirie. , riowtir iii'(;l:lnce(i, with Riiriiltun. '.i fn linillco in v ti lin.vvurii by Ipi'IiIu.iiiinUn. (mall llowoi's. Muili'u't n row of piiilt IlllllfO NWIW, lll' lllMltlll'll ou lilnuk Vdl ot rlliliiiit for llio wcklnco, mill el'ii ,((iM(if tliii linijf-sH'inmtiil linili tied by Jnll'f lll(l)lll W'lvt't boVS liri) llil('L'(lctlll)(- oiitilly on Hut fi oni ot tlm boillud. Vln lnl.t In tlm pilu hIiimIpm iiinKn u pmlly Jiccklacn tied wilb jfimm velvet, uinl tlitiK) uro daisy ilLoltliiuu for jmro wlillo iowiii. . Klovvnr p'linsolt urn to nrcoiiipnny .llowor b(niicts tti inldiitiniiini; Uhho of vlolots foniiin,' i trnllli ivur xhlrroil jjiiMin t(ll(! tiro to bo worn wltb a round hat having a jjrcoti tullo brim cilffcd wltli viulots, wbllo lonj.'iUmiiiiml vio lots n,ro laid ovor thu crown o...

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. — 21 June 1890

n $WZiS!tMr&9 ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT IdOB OFFICE. LARGER CIRCULATION 5 THAN AKY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. I More News for Less Money, iM Kinds of Job Vrlntlna Done at LOWEST 1'ltlOnS. xv-v YOL. V. NO. 45 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JUNE, 21, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 2 I TIT i if "I"T" I lS Rk W aTk f' Mlb A rip q i i lu-i kj w s g I ffl i y a $ a fir - m ? 'J THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. dish Capital, $00,000.00. Deposits eecured by Iiulividiml Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n Kononl tanking business. I'orclRti II runs nml .Steamship Tickets forsnlo nt low 0.l rales. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. I. uvnrNCi: A. Cur.vrit, President. Ui.ouqk W. I'ui.r.rv, Vlru l'rcst. Ui:UIII'.N 1). CUT.VKIt, UUSlllci. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. ni, Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. Tohn Walker, 2'rettldent. Chan. 12. ISowcn, Cashier. Doenn cenornl bunking business, rocohes tlouosliK, discounts piper, mul bujs uml nulls IJxcliungo. JE2I5ANIC In ec...

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. — 21 June 1890

m MUDff OHIO DEMOCRAT, kOGUJS", OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1890. bi switv y"VFtmnM THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, omo. CURRENT TOPICS. CAttr. Sciiunz is now a steamship ngont. Tun Unlvorstty of North Carolina la now 101 yoars old. Mexican crops aro roportod ruined by dolay o tho soasonal rains. Hkniiy M. Stani.ky is announced to como to America in Octohor. At tho noarost point Asia and Alslca aro about forty-flvo mllos apart. Jamics 13. MunnocK, tho actor and roador, has lott Boston for his homo in Ohio. Hop vinos in Puyallup, Wash., recent ly grow thirtoon inches in fourtoon hours. Wilsons aro so numorous in tho low er House of Congress as to causo con fusion. Miss Tt.nwant, who is prosontlyto bocomo Mrs. Stanloy, is a descendant ol Cromwoll. A Chicaoo judgo has dlseovorod a law which forbids flromon to ontor a burn ing building. A Kansas man rocontly sold his last sow to pay tho costs of a law suit ovot lomo chickens. The King of Slam has a private for tuno of 850,000,000, with an annual...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 June 1890

110S OHIO DHMOOEAT, IOGAU, OHIO,SATUlUA5:, JUNE 21, 1890. iiirhiBiiwnpnnii a r V "1 CAN NOT AFFORD IT." HuithH for tho mftn whd Is nblo to Bny, In ii manly, unlilushlnij nnd sonslulo way: "I cnnnot ntronl It." when tomntrd to buy Whtttr will distress Mm when pny-doy la ntsli. Burrnu for tbnt man. Though his vrny wo nog oct, n has our profounrtost, slnccrost respect j To nlm bo ho over a frloml or a foo Unchecked nthnirntlon wo all huvo to show. And wall ho dosorrcs It. IIo tenohc3 tho wny Of boldly Ignoring whatpcoplo may say Or think In n matter which only concern 4 Tho one who, for reasons, extravngnnco spurns. Wo honor him truly though seedy hU rlothos; We lovo him though llttlo of fashion lio shows; Wo trust him unquestioned though poorer than olny; Wo pray that our children may grow In his way. And Isn't ho happy! Just look In his fnco, Of enro or of worry thcro Isn't n trace. Ills conscicnco Is clear. All tho riches on earth Can't glvo him tho Joy that right doing Is worth. No...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 June 1890

r t&ffWVW -s THE OHIO DEMOOKAT SATURDAY, JUKE, 21, 1890. ii ! t r &tf THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.UREnM. A.. H. "Wilson, - - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Lotan as Second-class matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo nro authorised to announce tlio following persons us candidates for nominations for tho respective nfllccs, subject to tho decision of the Democracy nt their Primary Juno 21st 1890. Probata Judgo WII.IilAM T. AOIO JACOB A. OUPP, :u. Clerk of Court, IX II. LAPPI3N. Second term. Treasurer, 11. II. ALLEN. Second term. Prosecuting Attornoy. J. B. MASON. Infirmary Director, JOHN SIIUNK. of Ward Tp. JOSEPH N. KESSLEU. ISAAC A. WRIGHT. of Falls, Gore. HOBEltT WHITE, of Good Hope. SAMUEL II. ILEIt, of Benton Tp. Commissioner ABEL OAUPENTEIt. ALEXANDER A. JUNIPIIEll, of Ward Tp. GEBHAKT AMENDT. Surveyer JAMES DAVIS. Democratic Primary Election. The qualified Democratic voters of Hocking County, Ohio, are here by notified that on Satnnluy June, 21st, 1S!)0., a Democratic Primary Ele...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 June 1890

1 THE OITIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JUNE, 21 1890. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Goto Prank Mycr for Pure Honey. If you wnnt tho best of honey call on Frank Mycr. Miss Floronco Culver is homo from, college on n vacation. Mrs. Jonathan L. Sterling of Haydenvillo, died Inst Sunday. Miss Johanna Noonan left on Wednesday to visit in Kansas. Mrs. Rudolph llompcl visited in Clrclovlllo a few days this week. Miss Vic Davis, is homo from Lancaster on a few weeks vaca tion. Social dance at tho Rink tho night of tho Fourth. Every body invited. Geo. Gago will go to Athens Monday to take a position at tho Asylum., Wesley Haines returned on Wednesday evening from a visit in Indiana. Mrs. Clara Ruble returned on Tuesday evening from a week's visit with friends in Columbus. The Editorial excursionists nil arrived home last Monday, and re ported having had a good time. Mr. McGrath, of tho McArthur Enquirer was in town Tuesday, and and paid us a passi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 June 1890

T?Tffl$f(mfWr'' tfHE OMXO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, JUNJD 21, 1890. ;r IS. K - lit,! Jp f -V ft 4, r gf J ' I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAST, OHIO. THREE ROSES. Togothor on a Blonder spray they hung. Dowered with equal beauty, passing fair, .And blent, ns though nn unseen censor swung, Their mingled porfumo w ith tho morning nlr Jot theirs tho fato to llnRor till decay Strewed their Bwcot-scontetl petals on tho ground; For oro tho closo of that bright summer day Each sister rose anothor f ato had found. Twined in tho meshes of a beauty's hair One blossom faded slowly, hour by hour, Until at parting, somo ono in despair As a memento craved tho withered flower. Ono went an offering to a vain coquetto, Who plucked its leaves, and as thoy flutter ing fell, "Whispered n test that has bcllovors yet. He loves mc loves mo not ho loves mo well. A maiden's form lies in a darkened room, In folded hands, upon n pulseless breast, One touch of color in tho deepening gloom, Tho last of the tbrco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 June 1890

rrvn&wr OHIO DEMOURAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAYVJTJNE 21, 1890. ifwWM wwi maBrxmjnMrm mwrui FARM AND GARDEN. THE HAY CROP. Somo Sonannnhlo Hints Tor Cutting, Curing nnil Hlucklnj;, Klc. Thoro aro thousands of tons of hay wasted by careless stacking and 1m propor covering, lmt tons of thousands of tons aro wastod and trampled undor foolby caroloss and improper foedinjf. A llttlo ovor a year u,70 an Iowa farmor sent totho Oranffo Judd Farmor a skoloh and description of a raolc to feed hay, which was illustrated in its columns. Ho says: I havo usod such a rack for sovoral yoars, and I think it Is tho vory host I havo used or soon described, and much Buporior to tho onn illustrated in this journal a fow wcoks ago, as I know by actual oxporienco with both. Hut I havo hit upon whnt I considor a hotter Bchomo in footling hay, and that is a hay-stack rack (Illustrated horowlth). liulld your rack before you stack your hay. It is best to build itso as to mako n fonco, whoro the cattlo do not...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 June 1890

riwnr .vrw.,. i tmsyyyjy 4,1 - - 'l;-pl), rK""' ' rlflTriWowrtjaBfli9rs-'M,ihVv rj. . .. . i' Ir.vV'.f't "w hi -".. ' . -r , , v --. -. r j ,. ni . rty n nrftTtV-vA -f V !! t V W 21, 1B0O. THE () U iJfti.VMJUlWL 1 . OAU XxyJl.JLi t b i. I'Ji Jvv.J.im ), .iiiiiiuwjw. in ' " '"" ' ' ""' rTwwiu'BiwiwiuiirwJtyWTTrirgTyTiPfr-TfKt'-iiytrncjr vi- vmb TArwstrsjmnmtm nu&wiKvvrmrrrmirrfmvirvtmtt'TnitiCMr&wBtt fe?MN) fcnuwwwiwpvtwwfi'' i ?rri'-prugJFaoiaTnuafTjCTwmrwarmrw MIU' I, ,!,!& Jl 1,11 ..'M A PRSME DO-!. STORY. Xta Rnnn ti Ileiy lit ji.ir(! nnd flotn n tluntpr (o CuiiHnriil ICIlt It. Tho othor day l.nkq t,irm-noll, of Rlilre, wiw hundnp for linnni around- (ho jtlrt- Jklrm'li, la Tobyhaniir-, township, writes u Fonniton .(Pa.) correspondent. VlillotftUnslJf.luiKihnhortlyixfloi'Jioon liohcaid n hound litvyirifl on tlto.opposlto iildoof tho marsh. Tho voicn of tho hound iivpo.irivl U bo In tho isanio direc tion all tho tlmo, hut preoontly It stopped, nnd. boforo Oiossflpld had...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 June 1890

F7lv"w )' i-!- vwS 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT t The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j iJOB OFFICE. IMore News for. Less Money. All Kinds of Job Venting Done J at LOWEST PRICES. LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JUNE, 28, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. VOIi. Y. NO. 47 "MWff THE PEOPLES' BANK OF IiOQAN. Cash Capital, - - $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general banking bualnens. Foreign Crafta and Btciitnsulp Tickets Tor nolo at low cBtrntcn. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAWltKNCK A. Cui.VEn, President. Ukojiok W. 1'duks, Vice ITcrJ. Ukuiikn IJ. CutVKU, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OETAIOAST, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Capital, $50,000. John WaUcer, PreaUletU. Chas. E, Bowcti, Cashier. i Hoes a general bnnWng business, receives deposltH.dlaoauiitH paper, una buys .nnd sells ijxclmnga. 5BT-BANK III oentrnl mom In io Jnmcs ocTc. JBlci? ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attoraey-at-law and Notary Pub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 June 1890

Ivvl JM OHIO DEMOCHAT, LOGrAST, OHIO, SATUTCDAr, JUNE 28, 1890. r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, KOGAJs, till OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tun streets of Wichita aro to bo pavod with jaspor. Skventkun-yf-AR locusts liavo appear ed In Now York Stato. Tun collar and cuff pooplo aro tho lat est In tho ring with a trust. W. II. Doank, tho hymn writer, is oanagor of an iron foundry in Cincin nati. Tho Congressional Record for tho prosont session has reached nearly 0,509 pages. Cholera, of tho truo Asiatic typo, Booms to bo gathering swift headway in Spain. Governor Hill will go to Indiana to attend tho unvolling of tho Hendricks statuo .Tttly 1. A California papor tolls of straw berries so largo that "flvo berries mado ascjuaro meal." Tun fund raisod in Georgia for tho Oonoflt of Mrs. Jollorson Davis amounts to nearly 83,000. It is estimated that 5,000,000 wago workors in tho United Statos bolong to labor organizations. Liohtnino struck a barrol of whisky In a Kontucky distillery, hounded oil and killod two...

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. — 28 June 1890

' MHewummu mnwiuwi'i r"trj!iH.L!'n" I)GAN, t : t omo. THE VANISHED YEARS. fl"ho year I Tho vaolshod years I Tlio cycles a.vlng With their majestlo swoop, nnd bear nwny Into tho shorclesH sea, where slngets sing Endless ebb-Songs, tho yours thnt would not stay. Tho years! How would tholr'vlstas seem to mo If I could tra verso thorn just as they woro Bathed In the light that never was on boh Or sliorol Tho blossom-garlanded pnrterro Jts hut n lano all fennel-fringed thnt strays Uy mendows dnlsy.plcd In memory, .And through thu sllcuco tho skylark's lays Drift to my heart In strands of melody. O hloomful, blissful orohnrd aisles, It seems Tho smell of lovely plnk'whltoblossomslloats Through mists and distances athwart my drcam, Commingling with tho oriole's woosomonotcsl -O happy harmonics, thnt novcr let Thedulcet strains droop to tho minor key I 'O happy harp that has no string nt frot, No plnlntfut strain In all Its minstrelsy I The years I They dawned nnd waned with shift mid shine...

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. — 28 June 1890

T m--yty-- 'A THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JUKE 28, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, a..w.uBEnu. Proprlotol Editor. .4. H. Wilson, - flittered at the Post-oLce til Logan as Second-class matter. O. W. II. AVrlRht scorns to huvo ho nmjority of the Congressional Delegation of this County. Tins Disability Pension Bill has jmssed the Senate and only awaits ytlio slguaturo of tho President. TiijH report of tliu Conforonco (Committee on pensions lias Anally ibeeomo a law. Wo don't know its .exact provisions. A young man named Charles (Grimes aged 2!1 years was drowned at Coming on lasjt Monday in the Reservoir at No 8 mine. A DKMOCHAT, Hon. Worth Dick ,crson,has been elected to fill tho unexpired term of Hon. John G. .Carlisle in tho House of Represent atives. Hahkison is reported as saying that ho $vas pilsundcrstood when ho asserted that ho wpuld not bo a candidate in '92. Wo thought ho would reordr We arc glad to be ablo to chron icle tho rapid improvement In jficalth of Speaker Hysell, and ere ...

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. — 28 June 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JUNE, 28, .189.0. if, This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCBAT LOGAL NEWS, Father duly la HI. John A. Murphy is homo this week. John Wollor hits moved to Columbus. , Chns Roso lost a vnluublo cow ono day this week. Mrs. G. W. Brehm is visiting In Franklin County. Born Juno 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette Warner, a son. Win Waner's father, of Colum bus, visited him this week. Wo regret to lenrn that John B. Stedom is soriously sick. N. J. Wolland was in Colum bus several days this week. B. II. Allen was at his homo in Benton Saturday and Sunday. Wash Wyman of Lancaster, formorly of Logan, was horo Mon day. An addition has been built to the Millinery store of Maria Par sons. Sovoral petty burglaries were committed about town Tuesday night. Mrs. J. J. Schleckman and children aro visiting at Upper Sandusky. A young man named Forester of Nclsonvllle, was buried hero last Monday. W. II. McClintock, of the De fiance Republican was vi...

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. — 28 June 1890

""W. i .'.a ' :l M a ! EEOD OHIO DDMOOBAT, LOaAK, OHIO, sItTJIUOAX, JAM 2S189di ''liWrt AU WVi " r INDEPENDENCE BELL. LD Mtth-dny boll of freedom I The scar upon thy slJo la snered at tbo bat. tlo-wound Of vhlch n con queror died; 'Twos when thy wnr song sounded A pcoplo burst their chnin, And Tyrnnny heard astounded Tho death-knell of his reign. Enough, Oh tuneful prophet, On Independence mom, When North and South thy clanging nouth Proclaimed a nation born; If to a hundred cities Tho song such news could toll Ilnd been thy nunc dtmltlti, I Thy music's own farewell. Tor boll no prouder tidings Cor pealed to patriot enri, Nor volco a gladder tncssago spoko Tlinn thltic In nil tho years. Tlio lips that once such bunion Of Joy to millions boro earned well the golden guerdon Of silence ocrmoro. Thou stand'st UUo somo gray singer In fame forovcr young. Time's millions streak thy rifted chock, Its rust thy tuneless tongue, nut the brno bid proclamation In echo Hie', and will To eiich new...

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. — 28 June 1890

OHIO DJBMOUJRAT, IiOGAST, OHIO, SATITBUATJUNE 28, 181)0. FARM AND GARDEN. FEED TROUGH. An nzoollont Dcvlco for Focillne Chicks. It pays to lmvo n good, dry, comfort ablo liouso for young ohlokons, whether ihoy nro kopt In broodors or undor lions. No brooder Unit stands outsldo In all sorts of wsatlior will koop llttlo cliloks stoadlly warm and comfortable though a good ono will do It, whon placed in a weather-proof building. Small chicks, undor the caro of lions, do well onough in common coops, sot outsldo during dry, warm woathorj but a wcok of cold, stormy woatbor invariably injures and stunts them to ti groator or loss oxtont. Thoy can not sit on wot ground or on a wot floor, ovon undor a warm lion, night after night, mid romatn healthy. Cheap, mako-shift coops can, by boing placed in a building or undor a good shed, bo mado to answor tho purposo of protect ing a hon and lior brood from cold, but thoy aro far inferior to woll-mado, floorod, vormln-proof coops. A roally good out-d...

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. — 28 June 1890

: (f, .'I V fc THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JUKE, 28, 1890;, nmmmimmmit'MlmiiiliwLwtmiwwnmnttimmwnrmim m ii ti GPOi.T IN MISSOURI. "Great Tr.iou uf Uiinir Cmmiry sisn Un spoiled by tltntvri. "Northurn iporfunen curlalnlv I'ixn'l iniow any tliliiif ' .''outhi-in MWiourl ns a Riitno louutry, or moid of tliuiu would vlK tlial iin'ileu simt of tho SoutliiuHt," snUl (Srjorjfo 1". St-inlcy. of nutuiii.itlu motor fuino. "I spout four vpo1 in Unit io;rlon last full, mill I (rlvo you my mini Unit I nouir saw, lnard or Juiulof such n ijuantlty uiul variety of wild Ktuiiu nu inaUca its homo In that country, and tho eotitlijuoiis ono of Northurn Arlcanww. Tho Southorn Mls hoiirl country Is mow especially favored hy FJiiall jjanin wild turkn.ru, grouse, qunll and rnhliltsi, uUiioiith thoro nro a pretitmany door thoro ho many, In fnot, that ono day 1 saw a native hauling' Into ono of the towns n wajfon load of door, just as tho countrymen hero In tho Xorth haul In loads of wood. Tho door wore Htn...

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

jal.LiX.x.imuiluini.nWiiO flku nn,)i frn.y .-M.r... ..,.,..r... . f.,.,i .i---i.i.iiirtfiiifwwiivTrTVnriirnMtm $ .v i- rv" fc."-K V jur "fT'!f"' rtW'-' f I s.y W HPhR OHTO DFMOrR AT. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. ill Kindt of Job Printing Jbone'i IMore News for Less Money, All Ji. JLL. JL JLJL-4 JL JLJL V J- JL J- A. V VJL. m.JL m. . t LOWEST PJllCES. VOL. V. NO. 1 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JULY, 5, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. MffifMWBBStet .1 THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Cnpttnl, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over. . Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doch H Koncnll ImnkliiK bUHliicfW. Foreign DrullK nml steamship Tickets for Halo fit low- C'Ht riltL'H. OFFICE, Itoom No. f, Opera House. t.xwiiENCit A. Otu.VF.li, President. UKUitaii W. l'ow.KN, Vice Prcsl. llKiimiN 1). Cui.vnu, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. O'fuco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid Id Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President., Chan. E, How en, Cashier. noonn ...

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. — 5 July 1890

J " -TJT ..i"'""''- OHIU DJtHOOKAT, lOGAIT, OHIO, SATCBllAf. JtlljY 5, 1800. il P. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. i : - t OHKX CURRENT TOPICS. Louisiana has a mountain of salt The So! tan ol Morocco buys his clothos In London. Eternal vlgllanco is tho prlco ot an honest census. TiiKnn nro six thousand Italians in Now York City. Jay Qoui.d wears no jowolry ozcopt a small gold shirt stud. A Minneapolis onutnorator novor joos to St. Paul any moro. A Minnesota ninn blow out tho gas In An Omaha hotel and is no moro. The dark bluo straw hat for mon is no ot tho novoltlos in hoad goar. Tire Now York Contral. railroad has twenty-six fomalo station agonts. Secretary Rusk has just colobratod tkis slxtloth birthday anniversary. Adoli'H Busch, tho St. Louis boor king, rccolvos a salary of $50,000 a yoar. The common oldor bush of tho Atlan tic Statos bocomos a treo in California. St. Louis claims to manufacturo moro wagons than any othor city in tho coun try. A couri.n of drops of camphor on tha toot...

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. — 5 July 1890

-M wT nwnwwMWWfa iBT' Vrvf'! 1' ?' fss-" 03EDT OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGkAJS-, OHIO, SATUBDA3T, JbJA" 5, 1800. ygjLi IB i I? FAMILY CARES, Little Mabel Spcnlcs, Mr earos nrb quite as man; a Tha floivera on my gown, Ana ott I have to slRh that thfnjs Aro more than upsldo-dovrn. Whcnovor I attempt to knit Dcltnda's airy saequoi. X learn that Bertha's playing on Tha parlor railroad trade. , 3tfow Alice, who's a precious pot, Illuo eyed and sweotly fair, "With roses on hor china cheeks And sunbeams In hor hair Cooil gracious, fiho Is In tho rain, Upon the kitchen stoop, And Just as Hlco as not to-night Sho'll suflcr with ttio croup! And then I hnvo a cunning Jap, In broldcrcd gown and shoon, With half-clewed, dreamy, laughing eyes, And face Just like tho moonj And now, to shatter my roposo And glvo my nerves a shock, JIo's clambered to tho mantol-plcco And perched upon tho clock. "Whon Arabel Is bright nnd cloan Tho precious little bud I find Lucretla In tho yard A-soaklng In tho mud. And when...

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