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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 July 1890

'W' y - v - (ff 1WfPp(WK' Ji --ff T -V rfijrwff ' wik 'iW1lJ7 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JULY, 5, 1890. vwi"wyMW)'M'ilii iy iwiipii iwnwwwnfrw TTwwnmTT-w"nwHi'MW.'mnTM' THE "OHIO DEMOCRAT. OnW.UREIIM, Piopriotot A H. "Wilson, - Editor. Entered at the Post-ojlcc t Logat i rs Second-class matter. DEMOCIlATtU CONHKESSIONAL CONVKXriON. At a mooting of the Democratic JDistrict Committee held tit tlio llcmpcl House, in Logan on Wed nesday July 2 185)0, at which all tlio counties except Morgan, woro represented, the following call was issued. "Tlio Democracy of tho 13th Con gressional District, composed of tho counties of Hocking, Jackson Morgan, Perry and Vinton are called to meet in Delegate conven tion In -ON- 1800. t 11 o'clock A. M. for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for Member of Congress for tho said District and other necessary busi ness. Tho basis of representation in said convention shall bo ono dele gate for each onchundred votes and each fraction over fifty votes cast j...

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. — 5 July 1890

VJ??3 ftgntttftMiiia THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JULY, 5, 1890. ft Haw 'ffifwn,1 f w This paper goes to press atSd'otook wrtuay evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, You can shoot squirrels now. Normal opens next Monday. John B. Stcdom la slowly re covering. Jack McBrldo enmo homo to spend tho Fourth. Tho threshing machines will soon begin to buzz. W. H. Acker Is working on tho Cincinnati Enquirer. Will Rtorrett and wlfo nro visiting in Kansas. Irvin Dungnn of Jackson Co., was here Wednesday. Sheriff Wright was at Now Straitsvlllo Wednesday. Mrs. John Schempp visltod In Columbus on tho Fourth. R. B. House, of Rock House was in tho city Thursday. Georgo Wright enme homo from Cincinnati yesterday. Judgo McGllllvray, of Mc Arthur was in town Thursday. Mr. II. L. Glessner of Chllli cothe, was in town Wednesday. Sorvlces at tho Presbyterian church will bo resumed to-morrow. By attending tho Normal, you will better your position asa teach er. Bee Frlosnor is in jail at . Greensburg Ind, ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 5 July 1890

fVlBf - ' -"wy "F.'T'f'mf' '' 'W?Pf'!"'y,' yiw - C OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATTJltJ3A. JULY 5 180Q --., ,- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, IOOW, i i i OHIO JENNY'S WHITE ROSE. n was In tho sweet Juno afternoon the busy house wlfo sat All Alone, s&vo on tho hcarthru?dozcd tho sleek irray household cat ; For tho smalt feet, wont to patter on thn spot less kitchen floor, tho sunny summer weather chased tho daisied moadows o'er. Out ot doors ths noisy swallows twittered un derneath tbo eaves. And a breezy Joy had sot a-qulver all tho ancient poplar's leaves, Whtlo tho shining ripples chased oaoh other through tho tender wheat And tho breath ot clover blossoms from tho mow ing fields camo sweot In tho quaint old garden thcrowcro roses, white and blush and red; Chore wore ranks of gay Sweot Williams, and of pinks a showy bed; Dnlm with cups of sweetest noctar that tho va grant bees loved woll, Andn clump of frlngy southernwood that gaoa goodly smell. Dy tho open window, with hor mending bankot...

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

iiiTim umui(niniiwiijiLi.) injimlypljiiinniiii5i'mmiiuiiiniiM wnii.iMaTifi,' ,(in,'riiiHVn'iw wa YffW OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAST, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 5, 18U0. i T Hill s FARM AND GARDEN. TO SHEEP-RAISERS. They Should flat Their Kyes Open Some Inlerratlac Knots. It 19 qulto evident, says tho Brooder's Gazotto, that dock owners tiro yot tar from undorstandlntr all that Is vtiluablo and lntorostlnp In tho lino of mutton production. This fact has recently found ospoclnl oinphasis In oxporlmonts at tho South St. Paul stock yards, whloh, though onoof tho nowost, should not bo clasased nmong tho least offlolont organisations. About threo years ago tho St. Paul Chumbor of Comtnorco sont n commlttoo to Montana to invostigato and dotormlno what might bo dono toward establishing a market nearer to tho groat Northwest rangos than was tlion found at Chicago or Kansas City. Tho outcomo of this offort was tho open ing; of union stock yards at South St Paul In January, 1888. Roport of tho two y oars' b...

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

--? (M-tTfWi - TYsegaap . Kwmiwnwm MAKING AM UNION DED. fltory or lluir ll I oii I'.v lli" Dm-hlci In Hundy lliirniitili. Tho milking ot a lliiriiiudn onion Led Ji n work that roqiiiros a v:nt amount, ill llnio utul I'nloiilajlim. Tlioio was iv lot nboitl two liuiiilrml font Hqiiaru on I'.iu outskirts n( Hamilton, nnaloind with u )il(rli wall, hii iit'iir Uiu bot'tl I raw It uv jory il.iy ami liad. an oxisplliint olianuo to watch iliuopuriitloit of liiilLlviillnirll. Tho oll wns dark and rluli. t.mootli and frla lilo, mmoitof tlm tlllablu soil in Itor nmda Is. Ttiri'o moil, all colurmi, wont tii work at that lot tlm last woolc In .Ian nary and iK'nan tho jii'ollmlnr.i'y work toward making an iiiiioif hod. Thoy jiuuud ItolT from north to south, cast to west; liuuuuind it Vlth lolii8, jiacod it olt iijfaln. tluu laiWwn uiulor a troo to rout. This moasurluif and rofttliif? took sovoral iliiys. iVlinn thoy woro auro of tlm ox.iut slzo thhy brought In u horso and plow and Jioljan to turn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

-" - i it idvlmtmmikmtftfgjtjiimxhbSmfttttWMitTrrtn A ndifors Office J xu .0 .t"HE OHIO DEMOCRAT,; The Ohio Dmoc LARGER CIRCULATION ? M jdOB OFFIOE. 'than ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money. C Jill All Kind of Job PrVnUny Done ! (tt LOWEST MUCUS. VOL. v. $ro. 2 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JULY, 12, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 1 RAT. '' ' CSSNV.yWN--VV I l ? THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAK. Cash Capital, - - $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs b general banking business. Foreign DrnflH imd Htcnmnhlp TIckotH for Bnlo tit low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. IjAwuicncr A. Our.VBit, President. Uixman W. 1'ui.t.KS, Vlco l'rcsl. UnUHUN l).Cui.VKlt, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO.f. Ofllco Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. in. -. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walkcrf President. Chan. IS. Jioweii, Cashier. Dock a rotrornl banking tmslnoRs, received dopoMllK, discounts paper, and buys ami sells Kxcnmigc (-BA...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

W' ,v TS 1-1-V?.'V-I OHIO BEMOUBAT, LO&AlT, OHIO, SATUB1A!T, JULY 12 1890. t & I' I; 5. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, oma E CURRENT TOPICS. In Franco the copyright of an author Is for Mo. The population of tho oarth doublos In 200 yoars. Tub oakon stalrcaso In tho now Albo marlo Hotol, London, cost SSO.OOO. Icf. Is still coming into Now York from Norway at a handsomo profit AimnciAi, lco Is choapor In Goorgla than tho natural product In Now York. Tub chof do culslno In chargo of Quoon Victoria's tablo Is a Mohamme dan. A movement is on foot in Alexandria to export Egyptian cotton to Massachu setts. Washington has a population of 229, 700, a gain of moro than 62,000 in ton years. An Adraln, Mich., photographor is able to converso lluontly in twonty lan guages. A London firm has notified Stanley that it lias named a brand of sausages in his honor. Tho obelisk in London can not stand tho climate any bottor than its compoor in Now York. Queen Natalie, of Sorvia, has had hor lifo ins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

1"rapw"w.w" rm&w ''f$n& tfvr'"i' mliAliTil','iisiim, nV ""-HSr 1H THE OHIO DJEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY J 2, 1S00. -r i, AN OBSTACLE. I wm climbing up n mountain path With many things to do, Important business ot my own ,1l And other people's too, When I ran against t, Projudlco Thst qulto out off my Tlow. My work was such as could not wait, My pathway oloarly Bhowed, My strongth and tline wero limited, I carried qulto ft load And thcro that hulking Projudlco 8nt all ceros9 tho road I r . Solspokotohlmpolltoly For ho was hujzo and high, Suggostlng that ho move a bit And lot mo travel by. 3Ho smiled, but as tor moving! Ho didn't even tryl Then Iroasoned vory quietly With that colossal mule. J?o other road my tlmo was short Tlio mountain winds woro oool j 3 argued llko a Solomon Ho sat thcro llko a fool. Then I flow Into a passion, I danced nnd howled and swore, .1 poltcd nnd bolhborcd him Till I was stilt and soro. Jlo got as mad as I did, Dut ho sat thero ns boforo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

-: Kr y ,u iunm.juunMi.WWflt THE OHIO DEMOCKAT SATURDAY, JtTIiY lflT. 189Q. lft i - - OKflSHBESTC TKTTSWwi . THEfllO DEMOCRAT. l - O.W.BREHlftV A., h. Wilspn, Proprlotot Editor, ttntf.rcd at the Poxt-ojQkc (it Loyun (Is Second-did kx Uixttlcr. 1KM0CKATIC CONUIttiSSlOXAIj OONV12XTIUN. At a mooting. oMho Democratic .District Committee hold at the Itompcl House, in Logon on Wed nesday Jily '2 1S!)0, at which- nil tlio epuntjoji except Morgan, wore represented, the following' cull was issued. . ', "Tlio Dtjin.erncy,f tlioJnth4Con gresslontll'' District, composed ol" the counties of Hocking,, Jackson FulrHoldj' Morgan, Perry and Vin ton arc called to meet In Delegate .convention in 9 A.XTGHJST Otli, ' 1890. , r nt 11 o'clock A. M. for tlio purpose of nominating a candidate for Member of Congress for the said Distrjcntid other-iieccssary busi .ness. y v The .bails vofv representation.,, in 3tiid convuiitibn.sliu'll bo one dele gate for eaeli,onoluindredvotejj.Ujnd .each fraction over fift...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

TnirUK ummttimttmiii rnnmi H THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JULY, 12, 1890. 6 m This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Tho census of Nelsonvlllo Is 1500. It Is about tini6 for spring chicken. Chaa Bulger is with Father Cady in Michigan. ' 1 Athens County has 11200 feet of Iiko under contract. Gluts Itoso was In Cincinnati several days this week. ' They sny tliero are"-two daily papers atNelsonvllle.' ' Mrs. Al Brooko and children ro visiting In Lancaster. See tho now advertisement of O. V. lirohtn on our first page. Nicholas Bowers mndo his an nual call at this oillco last Monday. Miss Josio Davenport is visit ing this week in Malta and Zitnes- villo. Miss Rebecca Robinson is visiting friends in Sand Run ,this week. Miss Frank Barker of Colum bus was visiting in Logan this week. Mrs. F. S. Pursell and children visited in Huntington, W. Va., last week. Harry Ambrose, Will Strentz and C. Bishop were in Lancaster Sunday. Pcrry County 'Teachers'...

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

?i ' tfty&t1! " -r TH-in OHIO DEMOCRAT, XOGAH, OHIO, SATUltOAJ!. JUXY 12, IS1I0. -.- - y-v h,-, sft , t- & .. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, bOGAY, i i i i OHIO THE WAY I MANAGE JOHN. To think that twenty yours havo pa3sod Slnco John ami I wore wod, And not a hnrsh or orucl word lly either has been said; Wo'vo hnd our euros and trials such ' As other pcoplo meet, But then wo'vo hnd each other's smllci Howo'cr tho world should grcot. How have we lived with loving ways So long ns man and wltot Why has not pain and discontent Destroyed our Joy In llfof Tho truth, my friends, Is this, no moro: Wo keep our lovo aglow, And when the tires of lovo are bright This world Is f rco from woo. In courtship days when John would como I always looked my best; i tried to hnvo our homo arranged tn honor of my guest. Ills every wish I sought to please, I sought his comfort then; This treatment pleased myilcar good John And brought htm back again. Dear John could never frown at mo For I was always kind, And...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

ifmw'Vi'''' k' ,i hl"nmiiJipj 'Vas w)M 'JOT OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 12, 1890. cy FARM AND GARDEN. A SIMPLE SAW-MILL. Thcss took Ingenlnnii anil Ought to Work Suixiriisfuiljr. Tho skotclios and description from which our illustrations woro ongraved como to us, as lmvo many othor lnponl ous dovlcos, from tho antlpodoB. Thoy woro furnished by Mr. Jamos T. Carvor, of Queensland, Australia. L. 1 shows in horizontal section a mothod of cut ting down a standing tree- by tho aid of (prlng-polcs. An Inch holo is borod in- llfP FIO. 1. lIOlUZnKTAIj SUCTION OF TREE. to ono sldo of tho troo directly opposlto tho point whoro tho saw-cut Is to begin. Into this holo Is insortcd tho butt-ond of an elastic polo, cut to tho proper longth. To tho tip of tho spring-polo is attached a boo!: ous from a forked branch. This end is thon bont around and tho hook insortod into tho holo in tho saw near ono ond. This Bprlng-polo holds tho saw closo to tho work, and assists in hauling it, as t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 July 1890

, Aiifo n Jim.' CXCHAIGir)GSALUTS3. j nnv Uiu Thing U l"'" Aiixmit tlio Sn tlw urSdilli CitroSiinl. TIipio Avoipilit"f naslttlnjjoii.ioinD .cotton lirtlt'i a n )ltlWa.)ro:iU Rtiittoti lnKh":uollim ailut for a train, .wliloh wiitnU nxnceti'il for m-nrly an hour, Ultrl't "Pl-usll" " II K,r P v.; ioroHt. mi.l priwimlly tto saw a man bond ..ui.i.. i.hmIi imil kiii'vo- ns In n cautious "mauiiw-. Uvt-ry ono saw lilm, anil -vot no imo oiiurt-d any oxplanatlon of ills vrosonco until In) lunl atooil for tiioro thrr-u or four mlnUto. Tlion a woman from Arkansas pA libido, her smiiTstiok find nlnsurvcd: "Ucally, now, if I wnh ,homo I should reckon that' foljor meant slmto, and 1 ... 1.. .......W nlrndU " Blioulil hurry w niauu myomi ... "llo can'.t want to shoot nonu ol us, ropllfdono of tlin pion. "Ouoss I'll inako slioro of ,tliat by wakln' him up," said a Georgian, as ho not out ,hls ,iuv,olvor. ltoforo ho could fire tli'orovwas tho report of a gun holiind us, '.followod by a yoll, and a na...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

', . ,'f rfc n $" "" Auditors OlHco (r j, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. T LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. JOB OFFICE. All Kinds of, Tob Printing Done ' j More News for Less Money. at LOWEST PRICES. VOL. V. NO. 8 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JULY, 19, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PElt YEAtt. .. THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured Ity Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dooh n KiMicrul banking IiiimIiuw. KnrolRii limits mill rttcnmslilp TIcketR for snlo lit low CRlrntcs. " OFFICI, Room No. ft, Opera House. Lawhrkcr A. Cur.vr.n, President. CfKoitoi: W. 1'tiLt.FN, Vice l'rcst. Ukuhkn I). Cur.vmi, UiiHhlcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Oflleo Hours from 9 u. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Itowen, Cashier. Does n general banklnc; business, receives Jt-posiln, discounts paper, mul buys and sells Kxchniio. ar-u, IM'K. ASK-Iu central room In the James nil ATTORNEYS. a. W. BBEHM. ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

i m KHJT OHIO DBMOOEAT, I.OGAU OHIO, SATTTKDAr, JULY 11), 1890. fr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, I OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tint Bismarck monumont fund Is won on toward S100.000. No one but Christians can sorvo on jurlos in Uusila oxcopt by apodal per mission. France has moro than a quarter of a million carrier pigeons tralnod for war purposes. SRNATonSiJEnMANhas a largo fortuno whloh Is said to yield him 13 por cont annually. A society to provont pooplo from bo tng buried alivo has boon organized in Now York. Tin: Emporor of China sloops on a bod at carved wood magnlficontly inlaid with gold and Ivory. Harvard University, is 254 yoars old, and during that timo it has gradu ated 10,030 pupils. A monument to Aloiandor Stopbons Is at last to bo orocted ovor his gravo at Crawfordsvillo, Qa. Generat. Albert Pike, who Is at tho hoad of tho Masons in tho South, Is sovonty-four yoars of ago. A new particularly fatal disease, callod tho black fovor, is killing many peoplo in Central Amorlca. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

THE OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGKAN, OHIO, SATUKA, JULY 10, 1890. nf COMPENSATIONS. (The morning comes with fitter winds that blow Along tho stroot n swirling mass of snow) But ovcnlng brings, from low rllts upward rolled The radiant giory ot tho sunset's gold. Ono finds ttl Jay with weary labor long, Whllo oloso at hand ho hoars nn Idler's song That leaves an echo, but his work romalns, To groet now pcoplo'B rushing down tho plains. A sturdy ship, In seas that wildly toss, Whoro northern tompests surgo tho wnvos ncros, Makes desperate battlo till tho night Is dono, And finds at morn tho long-sought hnven won. When nutumn's hoavy footsteps llngorlng pass Above tho fallen loaves and withered grass. Beneath tho rustling garments, trailing slow, Tho buds of vlolots to perfection grow. Swift as the thought that sweeps tho star-spent skies, Death's arrow to Its work unerring files, And finds that Love, with prcsctcnco as flcot, On the chill lips hits laid his messago sweet. No wearing toll, no hou...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

.(n'TsH .rMgitfjae'ie if Tf t?"1' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JtTMT, 19, 1890, ' Mil I TMMM' ' " TT ' i .friT-R? JjUJiJH THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.MIEHM, A.. H. Wilson, Froprlotot Editor. Entered at the J'ost-offlcc at Logan ps Scaond-alass matter, DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Probate Jtidiro WILLIAM T, ACKKll. Clerk ol Court, D. II, LAPPKN, Treasurer, B II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. .1. 11. It I A SON. Infirmary Director. ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL CAKPLNTElt. Surveyor .1AMRS DAVIS. If tho council hnvo tho accomo dation of tho public in mind they will orilor tlieso Alleys graded mid cobbled. "DEMOCRATIC GOXUItESSIOXAL CONVENTION. At a meeting of the Democratic District Committee held at the Hum pel House, in Logan on Wed nesday July 2 1800, at which all ,the counties except Morgan, were represented, the following call was Issued. "The Democracy of tho 13th Con gressional District, composed of tho counties of Hocking, Jackson Fairfield, Morgan, Perry nnd Vin ton arc called to m...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

JJJWiPJfW V f ty -n, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JULY, IV) 1890. 9 9wmmmmwrmMinMinrrumiwmwMtnBrmwwt r vK'Bm.-nwm3nmnmmTtMU V jTAr paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Speaker Ilyscll wns In town Tuesday nlRlit. Vern Bowen Iiiih sold his stt Inon to John Chirk. John Notostoiio hns come In from Ferry Township. Call at tlio Dkmoorat office for nil kinds of Job printing. Mrs. Perdlo ltempul and daughter Florenco are at tlio Itock House. '"' Mlas Idolla 'p'lunk visited friends In StraltsvHld a few days this week. Perry County Democratic Con vention will bo hold at Corning Sept. 2nd. Don't miss going to Detroit July 22d. $50,000 In stake and purses at races. See the "ad" of the McArthur Fair in another column. It Is the first Fair In tlio State. People that want the eartli are now satisfied and are going on the Detroit excursion. Only .$3.50 Geo. Q. Gage, now an attend ant or something at the Athens Asylum was homo. last Saturday. Dr. Chns Parker,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBUASV JULY 10, 1800. f If; f M ?r r l, r ft THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. tVOGAN, iiii OHIO r BEHIND THE SCENES. Tho root sings of lovor's bliss, Of Heavenly smiles and rapturous Iclss, Of woman's beauty fair and sweet; .And vows that llfo is Incomplcto, "When forcod by fats to dwoll apart, From lr whoso Imago DUs his heart. He raves of eyes of every hue, ' Of golden brown and sapphire bluot Of waving tresses touched with gold, And glossy bands of ebon told; Of graceful figures, tall, petite; Of glance demure, or smile so sweot. Ho tolls each talo of Joy nnd woo. Go tenderly, wo feel a glow Of sympathy; our bosoms fill, And hearts rosponslvo beat and thrill, And smouldering Arcs start up anow, While doubting hearts for pardon suo, We think of him whose glttod hand Has penned theso lines, and swift Is fanned 'The hero worship In each soul. And all his virtues wo extoll, And fancy clothes with oery grace, .And manly beauty, form and face. Alasl whon we tho vail hn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

ttJBtE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, JULY 19 1800. '. ' It. FARM AND GARDEN. A PORTABLE HENNERY- It In Cheap nnil Uiorul It I Alno Itatlljr Moiml About. 1 havo a Uonncry which for oconomy of spaco and capital gooa ahoad ")f any thlncr I ovor saw. It is 13x18 toot. A partition runs across it six foot from ono end, and from this partition to tho othor ond another partition oxtonds. Thoy aro mndo of slats which run from tho top of tho noMts to tho roof. Thoro aro ton nosts in onuh compartment. A 111 KA8TKND VIEW., sloping hoard slxtoon Inches wldo covers tho nosts and provonts tho fowls from roosting on thorn. There is also a row of boxos beneath tho nosts for old llmo, ashes, ground bono and oystor shells. Tho porches aro placed under tho nosts and ovor a platform. Tho platform should not bo more than six inches bolow tho roost, so that tho birds will bo induced to occupy tho porches at night. This room will ac- -..Tpi, -,n ... p Mil ip nrMMiiini JJ Eft L i i i- . l . f r '&am...

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