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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 July 1890

V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JULY, If), 1890. flfci1 WW ; imnwniiiiinMinii -'p?! ? "" CAVOUR'S LOVE STORY. A ATdlnnrholjr Itniniiiirr In tl.o I.lfo oT Uv - Oretii lliillitn. Miss Hmlkln contrlhutos toMncmlllnn mi account of "Tho Yoiinjr Cavour," from which wo oxtract tho following passages: It Is not to bo crodltml that ro warm a hoart, howovor woll jjuanlort from all assaults, could havo passed tho critical poriod from twnnty to thirty uulto scatliloss. Camillo was too clovor and too Iccon to bn tukon in by tho wily arts of tho coquntto; but bo was not in snnnlblo to tho attractions of a Hwcot and lovoly woman, whoso praeo, roflno monfc and cultivatod mind won bis ad miration almost at tho first mooting. Intonso sympathy drow thorn togothor, and bcforo thoy wero awaro of it thoy had bocomo dcoply attached to each bthor. Tlioy soparatort wltli tho nail fooling that tlioy should novcr moot again, for, unhappily, thoro was an in Ritrmountablo ohstaclo to tholr union; tho young lady'...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

"f 3ffpwpfP W fSSf NJV " irw THE OHIO DEfiiOCRAT- ! " W " ., . Tjfyr. LARGER CIRCULATION i 1UOB OFR0E.I I I B H THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money. All Ji I mis of, lob I'i'hitbif Done' at .0 iriSST PllJCliS. VOL. V. HO. 4: LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, JULY, 26,' 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. "WV -ittf VXAys. I OHIO DEMOCRAT. THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOO AN. Cash Capital, , $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability or ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general bnnklni; business. Foreign Drafts nutl Htcanmhlp Tickets for sale at low- OHtriltCH. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawiiknok A. Cm.vun, President. OHOIIOK V. I'UI.I.KN-, VlfO 1'rCNl. Hi:uiii:n 1). Culver, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Wallcer, 1'rcftldent. Chan. 12. Hot ven, Cashier. Doesn general banking bunlncsA, receiver deposits, discounts pupor, nntl buys unci sells Kxclmngc. HBANK In central room In the .lame...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

'OHIO DBHOOBAT, LOG-AIT, OHIO, SATCKWAI", JUfA' 2(1, 18!l0. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. I.OGAN, i oma. CURRENT TOPICS. Tins womon of Wyoming havo full uffrago. Tins dog population ot Now York 9 estimated at 25,000. Tur.itK aro S00 John Johnsons in Chi cago's now directory. Laroi: colonlos ot Chinoso aro to bo established in Moxlco. Henri Rociikfoiit runs his paper in Paris by tclograph from London. "JbDOE J. N. Jonks & Wife, attor neys," Is a logal shlnglo in Lansing, MIoh. The Empress Frcdorlck has colloctod B120.000 for tho now children's hospital at Dorlln. Tun roport that Prosjdont Monondoz, of San Salvador, was poisoned is donicd by his family. Tnn natives pronounco Newfoundland "Nuffonlon" with tho accont hard on cho last syllable If 1890 koops up with its present ratio for calamities it will rub tho rocord of 1889 very closoly. By tho doath of Gonoral Fromont Mr. Stanloy becomes holr to tho honorary title "Tho Pathflndor." Tnn oxporimont of tanning loather with palmotto roots has ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

no? omo saMocfHAxr, logan, ohio, sArtratJAsr, juw 20, iso. THEOHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN. 1 1 omo A BLAME' FOOL. Blame' foolf Wall, mobbo po, but, then, lit) wn'n't ullntonc, For thcy's lots o' folks thought death a tone wot's found thor llfo a groan; An' thot's wot happent Joey Thome, nn' cf h war n fool, Thcy's plenty others left '1th us upon tho olo foot-stool I Sho hem up from tho ctty for to what sho called "enjoy Tho bewtchus roornl scenery, nn' let tho brcczci toy An' wnnton with her ringlets," nn' n lot 0' mush llko that, Wioh p'raps Boun'a cran' nn' plltchcrskcw, but I call wall, darn. Qat, But Joo was kind o' drcamy-llkc, an' all thot sort 0' bosh, Jes' sort 0' Bonked right Inter him, nn' mndo htm think, b'gosh I She was a wingless angel, '1th a volco llko gold- lng harps An' all thet kind o' truck shelled out by nil them Shalkspcro Bbarps. An'sowhonthoy was any driven or walks It happent that, Fool-llko, Joo would hang around an' hare a llttlo chat: An' then they'd start togeth...

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

"S, '-t-Vf-m;-?) -." TIIE OTTIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JTO 2& 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.w.uREim. A.. H. Wilson, Piflprlotoi Editor. Entered at ttePoxt-otcc atJAHjim an Second-class matter. IHIMOC'KATIU COUNTY TICKET. 1'rolmto .Judge WILLIAM T. A OK 1511. Clerk of Court, 1.). II. LAIMM5N. Treasurer, 11. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. .1. B. IUAHON. Inflrninry Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL OAKPENTElt. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. ERE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION. At a mooting of tho Domocratic District Cotninittcc hold at tho Itompol House, in Logan on Wod nosduy July 2 1800, at which till tho counties except Morgan, were represented, the following call was issued. "Tho Democracy of tho 13th Con gressional District, composed of tho counties of Hocking, Jackson Fairfield, Morgan, Perry and Yin- ton arc called to meet in Delegate convention in ox- A-XJG-XJST th, 1800. at 11 o'clock A. M. for tho purpose of nominating a candidate for Member of Congress for tho said Dist...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

I'f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JULY, 26, 1890. This paper ffocs to press al S o'clock Friday evening. TTIE OHIO DEMOCBAT LO0AL NEWS, I. O. O. P. mealing Chicago only $7.2C round trip. Mrs. H. M. Hiunilton la visit . uig In Athena county. Hocking "county hIiouIi! luivo ho noxt Congressman. Mrs. Dr. Ilnnson of Nolsonvlllo vas In Logan this week. Will' Jnmca of Columbus visit ed his mother this wouk. Mrs. Dr. Itaney visited soino dnys In Toledo this week: Co mid seo Chicago, August 2, to 0, only $7.20 round trip. Tho Logan Fire Clay Co. have commenced to make brick. Nelson Karshnerof Salt Crook was in town yesterday on business. This county nover had a mem ber of Congress. GIvo us ono now. Only $7.25 to Chicago and re turn Aug. 2, to 6, you can't afford to miss it. Frank Lehman drew tho quilt at tho New Straltsvillo rafllo tho other day. Misses Fannie and Carrie Wy man of Lancaster visited in Logan tho past week. Tho Mayor's proclamation to muzzle dogs docs not seem to pro claim very ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

THIS OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGk&N, OHIO, SATUKDA, JVLY 2G, 18fl0. JOHN'S LOVE. I'm RrowInR old, as tho world snoaXs. My eyes aro Romo lcsi bright, The pink Is fainter on my checks, My Anndi nro not so whilo. Men "shlspcrs "Whero nro nil tho tints Of bonuty wo've heard Bung!" But w hat euro I what tho world hints John says I'm growing young. Kvcn as Ivy oIobps tho treo, t'o stood by him through llfo, And he has never icrvod from mo, Or named mo loss than wlto. Tho night may bring mo weary oyos My nones may lo unstrung, Hut l'vo no tasto for frowns or sighs While John says I nm young. John's words ore kind I feet them so They bring mo cheer untold, Hearts nursed on loro can novcr know Tho pain of growing old. When death shall sot our lives apart, Tho last words on my tonguo Will bo: Lord, tako n happy heart John's lovo has kopt It young. William Lylo, In Detroit Free Tress. PATTY'S EDUCATION. How Mr. Budd Booamo Convortod to Modorn Ideas. It was tea-time Tho sun hail gono down bohind tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

SHE OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGAN", OHIO, SATUBDAST, JUJ. FIRESIDE FRAGMENTS. I USES OF PUMICE STONE. I CHINA'S LY 2G, 1800. FARM AND GARDEN. INSECTICIDES. SomaUilnir Aliont Tliclr Vtao and th llct Mo nit of Applying. Tho Wostorn tturnt glfos tho various lnsootlutdos in usu and rocommonded moro or less earnestly. Tho Michigan oxporlmont stntlon is rosponslblo for tho ostlmatos of valuo that nro glvon to tho lnsootloldoa tintnod. It has lssuod ft btillolln In which It glvos its ostlmato of tho arsonltos, tiurbollzod piaster, kor ssono emulsion. Imhach or pyrothrum, corosono ointment and carbolic aold emulsion. l'rof. Cook says that as Tendon purple 1m much choapor than Paris groon, costlntr only flf toon conts por pound, and is jint as offootlvo In practical uso, it xhotild always bo used whon it can bo had, unless on -very ton dor foil (iso, lllco thai ot tho poach, wlion only Paris green uliould bo made uso of. It is still a (inostioii If tho arsonitcs should bo used on the poach. London pu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 July 1890

tH"1'"' ' THR OIITO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JULY, 26, 1890. WATCHING AMD WAIT INS. Olrlluxnl tn tho 1 It lo ('ctitnrlcn of tho lMil iiiiiI ill I'ri'xciil. It Is wnnuin'H prerogative to watch nnd wMfc. Only tbroitChnlitehlhlhood's hnp py springtime, mi litlcif is the puwmtnll Atilllclont. llnvliiK tiuvflrwil tin' bound At'.V that sopnratuH childhood from maid enhood, ivlinii May Ims glided Into .luno, tliti llriil period of wittchlur and waiting liofrlni. Tim culmination of this polled ttsnnlly produces "tlm prince," and, Atnld now Bin rounding.1), tho waiting contlnuos. AYlillo UiIk lltst dutntton of hnppy waiting, cnjoyod by tho girls of to-dny, covori sovor.il yoars of tliolr flctlvo llvos. In tlio lmmedlato conturlos of tho pa3t thu period of girlhood was ro Btrictod to days nlono. for girls woro commonly given In ninrrlugo almost bo foro tholr childhood days had expired. Uosoarchos In history proclaim this un Aviso condition a fact, especially among tho nobility. About tho yoar 1070...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 August 1890

,,,......1. --. Auditors Oilioo ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT JOB- OFF10E. LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AM PAPER IN THE VALLEY. .1 More News for Less Money, OL. V. NO. 5 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY. AUGUST, 2 1800. TERMS, $1.50 PEttYJSAE. a.i.t)rflirWi.r.,.MiJ.C6Waiaai pmr jT" tst" r i ,ijf? f ifi . i it? vrr '1U-A ' A ! 5 no ni hi ci n a v h - r m t9J m v & vn j va . ; mk v.v i & rM nu b vfli u'M ibw imi iv r imi r. m fi ra -mi va- r. wn i m va .v x a '.. .Ut Kinds of oob Prlntlna Done S JSL H M M . Jt M $ Jr wLdf yk Jb v J? V n 5 NiL L -EL at LOWEST Pit WES. 5 -- -- --- - . ?HE PEOPLES' BANK OP MOAN. ii Capital, $50,000.00. 'cposlts secured by Individual Liability of over "our Hundred Thousand Dollars, act a general banking business. FnrclRii Its mul Blcsiiishlp TlclictH for salo at low rates. V FICE, Koom No. 5, Opera House. ' wniraoit A. Cui.vrn, lrclilont. Qr.anar. W- 1om.kn, Vice Prcst. llKUiiEN D. Cur.VKit, Cashier. rHEFIRSTBANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Mice Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. aid in Cash...

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

y? s,- "fjwwn ymi OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGWLN. OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1890. ' - 'wp'iflp-vfV - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. JOGXS, i I1 omoi CURRENT TOPICS. Baltimore has just complotod a now bslt lino railroad. Mexico has tho prospoct of a postal phonograph system. Nearly ovory Qovornor of tho South is an ex-Confcdorato. QovbrnorNiciiolis, ol Louisiana, hat hut ono oyo, ono arm and ono leg. It has boon flttoon yoars slnco tho grasshoppers havo visited Kansas. Tint gonoral provisions of tho now sil ver bill will go Into olToct August IS. Tbeiib aro now seventy thousand wid ows in India undor nlno years ot ago. New York's post-ofllco notted tho Qovornmont noarly $4,000,000 last yoar. California Is proparlng to colobrato tho fortieth anniversary of her admis sion. Mns. Phasic Leslie says that whon Sho marries it will bo to a nowspapor van. Phesident Carn'OT is said to bo tho 03 1 tastofully drcssod public man in Franco. Tine Italians aro going to put up a monumont in San Francisco to Co lumbus. Tn...

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. — 2 August 1890

ii i iniiirrtiiiitiiiTiTHTiiiriii i iiimftirtnrwiif''"w ("fr,:i 03F OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGkAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1890. n i i REPUBLICS AT WAR. Detail of tlio Itocent Ilnttle llotween thn Troops of Hun Hnlvmlor nml Guatemala The Former Vlctorlottt forty holdlcrs Killed Causes Leading to Hostllltles-i Tlio IteporU Discredited by the llun tcmnlnn Contul nt Now York. Nkw Yowf, July 22. Private dis patches rocoivo'd licro, according to tho Horald, announco that tlio war botwoon Guatemala and San Salvador wis prc clpltatcd by tlio final refusal of tlio lattor to consent to tlio union of Ibo flvo States long talked of. Tlio roply to this effect was tlio signal for Guatomaln to invado Salvador with' armed troops, Fro Tlslonal Prosldont of Salvador Gon ral Ezota took command of his troops, who routed tho Invaders, much to 'tho surprlso and, chagrin of tho lattor. So Jar as learned only forty woro killed. Gonoral Ezota did not follow up tho onomy, desiring only to prosorvo tho integrity o...

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. — 2 August 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT -SATURDAY, AUGUST. 2, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ax: O.W.BKEHM, P A.. H. Wilson, - Froprlejol Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. ' JIUjUUCItATlU UOUiYl'Y 'J'JUKl.T. Probuto Judge WILLIAM T. ACKER. ('jerk or court, l. ii, la wen. Tieusuror, 11 JI.,ALLEN. " 3rnci!iitlng Attorney. J. H. KIASON. Intlriiinry Director, jhaac a. witiqirr. ('(HiiiiilbHioiicr AUEL CARPENTER. 4 .Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. I cu 7t JDEMOUJtATIC CONMItESSIOXAL CONTKNTIOX. At u meeting of the Democratic District Committor held at tlio Refhpo"l IIouho, in Logan on Wed nesday July 2 1800, at which all .tlio counties except Morgan, woro represented, the following call wns issued. "The- Democracy of the 13th Con gressional DJbtrlet,' composed of the counties of Hocking, Jackson Fairfield, Morgan, Perry and Vin ton uro called to meet in Delegate .convention in -ON- tho Democratic party most efllclont service. He wns a genial gentle man, beloved "by all who knew him, to whom h...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 August 1890

wMiii.NHJ.WWWJIwimiMfctiV.r.Mt'irji'Miii'iii THE OHIO DEMOOEAT SATURDAY, AUGUST, 2, 1890. tft WMJKVJt Ml 1 Hi I This paper goes topress at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL 'NEWS, Lew McGtll is suffering with tnulnrlnl rover. Joe Waller's motbor died Tues tiny nt Lancaster. Miss "Dodo" Fox Is visiting in AfuArthur thfs' week. Jlr. and Mrs. Clins Itoso were in Columbus last Sunday. Seotho fiv'rowell notico of Ilar jnlspn & Co. HI thlB issue. -iLovi Snofe,'p Fairfield county visited in LoAntTueBddy. -Miss Lultt' Ilrimbo is visiting the family of "pi'. D. Moore. The Noruial school of Now Lexington clpaod yesterday. .Tohn. B. Stedom has resumed liis old place at J. N. Kcsslor's. Miss Johanna Noonan has re turned from a visit in Kansas. Fathor Cady has returned home, and is improved in health. Lawrence Yerges is visiting his parents this week at Sandusky. There was a Moonlight Picnic at Smith's Chapel Thursday evening- Mi9s Clara Steinman was home from Columbus last w...

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. — 2 August 1890

OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OJUGCO, SATUBDAr. AUGUST 2, 1890. a i I t I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, I OfflO. VACATION. It'i planning for a month ahead and purchasing with cans Gay flannel shirts and blazer coats and scarfs and things to wear; Then with a ruckot and a bag and lots of lino cigars You say "gootl-byo" and ofl you rush to catch the boat or cars. It's stepping In a boarding houso and fooling rather strange Whtlo with tho older boarders furtlvo glancos you exchange,! But soon you get acquainted and a maiden you select With whom to flirt and fall In lovo In caso sho don't object. It'splayng tennis with tho girls and lots of silly talk, -And taking with your choson ono a loroly moon light wall:, - y. And rowing with her on the lako and hunting flowers wild. And dnnclng with her at tho hops and being more beguiled. It's feeling ltlto a millionaire and spending money free Without a thought of afterwards for anything you see. It's getting rid of business cares and troubles of the town And put...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 August 1890

aMMaJIMnnM ir t img wrpnr "w" Bm OHIO IXEMOOBAT, LO&AN, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1890. BMmfffffffaiiMrifrj j"J"MMlMiMt!aiMlliaaWWM8flMMltM'' ,. -,. f (i , . .. fBk I V FARM AND GARDEN. DAIRY MISTAKES. Homo Thine Thnt Dairymen Ought Not to no. Tho dtahoartontnp; prlcos of 1890 for butter nnd ohoeso will Tory llkoly bavo a doraorallzlnff offoot upon farm ers onfraged In tills branch of farming. Lot mo urgo you all, says n wrltor in tlio Ohio Farmer, not to show tho whlto fcathor for a ntomont or loso your grip at all. It will bo a bottor buslnos3 in tho noar future Now is tho tlmo to rovlow tho work and soo whoro mis takes havo boon mado. I will point you to ono or moro things to consider. I think it Is vory bad policy to lot a voal calf suck a dairy cow fivo or six wooks and havo all tho milk In April or May, to muko a throo to four dollar voal caroass. You might just as woll mako from sovonty-flvo conts to ono dol lar por wcok of buttor from tho samo milk and food tho skim milk...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 August 1890

'XTnltllWnJMlli"!,w '" " THE WAT"". WAS HOT. 'a JVIrlirnl.-.l l'ril1'"1 .Inker !i't tint Tnlilr Tin m ! mi tllin. Yiimin JMjmuiI H. Hntlimn I'' irotty inrly iim much disposed In practical jdkfi its was lili "nllier, who In hl'i tiny 1i'!!tthn wniM'MKWonl In that lino, but the yinuitr man ha", recently Ml111 l0 R,m 'niiivled-,'0 that for oiioo hn was over come, 'I'lm lnt'ldnnt occurred nt tlio Jiolel where Mr. fciothorn was stopping. y pmty of Ills friends woro dtsc.llsslnir tho liuiftlitililo anil olTeeUvfl .soono in tho kecoiid not (if "Lord Chumloy," in which ho lakes his morning bath liohlml a Hereon, nnd after splashing In a kitH tub full of water Hpoalts of tho coldness of tho wator and his perplexities In dressing. Tho group ot bin frlomls foil into an argument as to whother Sothcrn f ould do tho whole thing in nlno mln iitoi, tho timo which It occupies on tho stago. Tho dobato culminated In a wager, tho winner to donate stakes to a charlt ablo purpose that Mr. Sothorn could n...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 August 1890

iini'ii'iintin'iiiMmil y'l'liwui uyt Au'lltorOfllco flARGER CIRCULATION I I THE OHIO DEftiOCKAT The Ohi JOB OFFICE. THAU ANY PAPER IM THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money, i All Kind of Job J'riuUno Dot I atliO WJiST ntJUKS. s, VOL. Y. NO. G LOGAN. O., SATU1U3AY, AUGUST, 0 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. P' k. W ,W. 'ill a tm "a -a".. fI.j 1J ' ' . A M" .'.JJ '"J rn ivinr A'r J JL JLL1 v I7 VLJL-Z 1l 11 o l THE PEOPLED BANK or LOOAU. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general banking business. Foreign DrnriK nuil Hlcntnshlp TlcUols for salo ut low ORt rules. OFFICII, Koom No. 5, Opera House. TiAwitKXOK A. Cui.vitit, 1'icnlrtcnt. Ukuiiui: V. I'UM.kn, Vlro l'rcst. UKUIIKN 1). OUI.VKH, Oiislilor. A lm: 'IM M JLvg showing the Cheapest cmd Finest lines o? m lU M THE FIRST BANK OF LOG-AX, OHIO. OlUeo Hours from 0 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, rToliu Walker, 1'resldent. Chas. 12. Itowcn, Cashier. ...

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. — 9 August 1890

"W " "rrl?n!s' &" Tvve&mmmt? -' "- ""VtevrntvaigMiN v "-'TTm i jwiwswm''','tv Js- - "'! C',TT- 1 t ; f?il r .1 i" i -v - ' c - j- e't EOT OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAJBr, OHIO, SAOTKDAy, AUGUST , 1890. ' .i r ' " TBI TM1 n 'T an ' , . i f h i'. j THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. V ! uair, tiit omc ! . CURRENT TOPICS. Otsters ton inchos long aro found in New Guinea. "I soil clears in soven languages," is ft sign in Philadelphia. Akokl & Dapxino is tho namo ot a real ostato Arm in Dakota. Turkish womon oat roso loavos with butter to securo plumpnoss. Boutii Amgiiica is gottlng ahoad of Europo in war cloud displays. TJiie washerwomen of" a Massachu setts town aro going to strike A mo hord of camols has boon scon on tho plains near Ilarrisburg, Cal. A boatload of 400 tons of ico has gono to tho bottom of Lako Michigan. The tlckots for Mr. Stanloy's first locturo in Now York will cost S5 each. Great swarms of grasshoppors ore playing havoc with tho crops in Goor gia. Mns. Cleveland's collection of ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 August 1890

5agiB&atgflfeawftaii&gig TTTBl OHIO BJDMOORAT, XOGtN, OHIO, SATUKJOAY, AUGUST 9, 1800. fl "ATTEMPTED SUICIDE." Tonr Honor, I ha'nt got n word to fifty In my do- fonso; You'vo listened to tho painful f aclts, but ot It's no oRonso Til toll you in a slmplo way I ain't groat on tho tnllc Whyforo ft gray old chap llko mo wonted to "cut tho stalk." It's forty year slnco me and Iluth wuz tied as man mid wlfo, And nnry mortal over had a truer mato for life. In nil them ro l is wo novor had a word as you'd oall cross (Barrln' tho Christmas Day sho bruk tho knocs of Jeff, tho boss). We growed up llko a olm that runs two stems from tho samo boloi flomottmes I thoiiRht that ovor yond' wo'd on'y havo ono Soul I I novor dono a thing I didn't ask her 'pinion fust, And ot'ncr than you'd think I found my own woy wuz tho wust. When miters nsked mo how's my farm I'd o'reet 'cm say 'twas hcr'n, That Ittith dono all tho thlnkln' work and I wuz thar to lenrn, Sho siivod and sarod and paid and pa...

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