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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 August 1890

H-jrfl THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, AUGUST, 9, 1890. err mww iwii'wi'rwiwjna1 IUIIHMIII III'IIIMIW'WIW r I li.W w sUt - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT.' Q.VMIREHM, A.. H. "Wilson, Ftopilotol - Editor. flittered (it the Post-office, at Loyun p,s Sccond-eluss matter. J)KMOCKATIC COUNTY TICKKT. Probate Judge jyr.iiijiAM t. aokku. Ohrk of Court, j). U. LAPI'KN. Treasurer, li. II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. J. 11. 1UAS0N.; ' ' ' ' Inflrmnry Director. 1SAA0A. WRICII1T. Cominlssionor AIJKfi (JAUPKNTKlt. Surveyor .JAMES DAVIS. For Congressman 3tli Dis.t. ntVIN DUNCAN, of Jackson county. man) novor ttihl any thing of the kind (o Converse- or tiny one cIho. Evidently, tioro Is a boss llur loose in Columbus and tiio Gover nor wants him. CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION Tho Hosts of Democracy in Council. Harmony ami Enthusiasm I'ntliroiioil ami the Nominee Named. Dungan tho "Daisy. Domoc 1s ovor dono a AiiAiiAMA, and Kentucky hold heir State elections on last Mon day, and show no diminution of ,tho Democratic majo...

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. — 9 August 1890

"sw If'tW" T - fm Ktf w f?y f 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. AUGUST, 9. 1890. r ! '! ft 4 This paper (toes to press at 8 o'clock Jrrluay evening. THE OHIO, DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. A pension has been granted to Lewis lilosscr, Fanners' InsMtuto at Court House this nftornoon. Bet) notice of th.6 colored Gamp Heeling at Itompol's Grove. Albert Drqw's'fnther, or Now Lexington, died Wcdnoayovenlng. Thoro Is to bo a soldlors reun ion at Nolsonvlllo Sept. 22, and 23. The dnncojjivon at tho IUnk Tuesday ovonirig was largely at tended. W. P. Price wojj at tho Lan caster Cnrap Mooting Thursday and Friday. C. M. Gould has taken a posi tion in tho Hardware store of Gould & Son. Tho Epileptic Asylum was located by tho Board yesterday at Gallipolis. ) Miss Besslo Bickncll, of Col umbus, O., was visiting Miss Eose "Wade this week. M. A. Myers train dispatcher at this place haa taken a similar position at Louisville, Ky. Ed Gongnagel has gono to , work with a steam shovel on the C. H. V. & T. R...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 August 1890

EHB OHM) DHMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAST, AUGUST 0, 1890. I A l-r If THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LO'.Atf, oino. IN FLY-TIME. There are fiends of many klrda who unhid Jon on us call, And make our lives a burden with their norso- cutlons small. But most ot all la fly-tlmo Is my patlenco sorely tried By tho Ucnd who stands serenely with the screen-door open wldo. Though ubiquitous tho othors and wearing mnny form, Stealing on jou unawares like tho fiercest dog- day storms; They arc nothing, you will And, when thoy're rated closo beside That Qend who stands In fly-tlmo with tho screen door open wldo. Oh, wise Inventors, help me I mako nn auto matic door That will open stay flvo seconds and not ono second more, Tho speed of lasy gossips how It would accel erate! And tho stupid bore I think would prefer out side to wait. Oh, tho scrambling there would bo to get through that open door I And feot would danco a breakdown that had never danced before; Dut no moro we'd suffer tortures when tho summer'...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 August 1890

JsjgtgittlSftMS usssSsStSXSlSSSSsSSSXSSl "Tf"W-Ww"'" " 'TflP7 VQHIU D.EMOUJRAT, IiOOAIT, O.BIO, SATURDAY. AUGUST 9,' 1890. & ff FARM AND GARDEN. BAGGING GRAPES. An Entr nml Rlmlilo Wny of Doing It Qulellly mill Woll. By tho oporatlon ot barring parHal exemption from rot 1b scourodi as woll b9 moro or loss uomploto exemption from sun scald nml from tho attacks of birds and Insect. It also prottats od frost In tho fall, permitting jrrapos to hang muoh longor on tho vines without foarof Injury than would bo posslblo woro tboy unprotected. It Is, howovor, an oxponslvo process tvliorudono upon a FIKST POSITION. largo scalo, and rotards tho rlponlng eomowhat Tho timo of bagging varies with different porsons, somo applying tho bags as soon as tho blossoms fall or ovon boforo, others ovon advocating as lato as whon tho grapos begin to color, so as not to roturd rlponing. Tho lat ter tlmo, howovor, wcfuld bo too lato to prevent rot. Tho bost tlmo Is usually as soon as the grapes aro tho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 August 1890

A. V7. !AA a)A, AUGUST, 0, 1800. j. t iM AHC. KU1HtIMImi anmFweaM grrwi iwjimitmwiiwiwwiiiiitu BROKE THE COMBINATION., Cow n Wlacuuclii Mini Omna to Lone- III rclth lii lotlorlcn. A colored man lind passed nroiinil tho liotsl olUoo offering lottory tlokota to iiueh nn ho tlmiiRht iiilRht huy, Buys tho Now York aim, whim llio man who h.ul lioon i.ui'l.lnft tho head otitis cano r.nd looklnn oiil ilium tho btrcol with n va cant :ur for h.ilf mi hour turn 3d and Bald: "T used to play tho lottory ovory month llio year round, but I novor touch a ticket now." "Ever atrlko any tiling?" was asked. "Oh, a trltlo now and thou, but what cured mo was ticket o.",G55." "Hy Ocorgol hut that ought to bo a lucky tlukoti" "You uhall lir.tr. I wnr In La Crosso, Win., when n man broko into a houso to rob it. lio was disuowirod and shot at, and ho shot baok and killed tho oltU:en. Amonff his plunder wai tho ticket I havn named. Tho ofllcora pursued him, and lio took rofuiro In a barn and there committed ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 August 1890

55S55S55S LARGER CIRCULATION $ THAN AMY PAPER IN THE VALLEY, More News for Less Money." VOL. Y. NO. 7 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, AUGUST, 16, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Tiic niiln ncriflnnDAT' ? ft8" W31 v r-h. r "v i job .office i fjxr ( )HTO S IF MOP R AT- B ? i i' ia THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOO AN. Gash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits" secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n general lmnklmr bitchices. Foreign DniTlR nnd Steamship Tickets for sale ut low ct rates. OFFICE, Room -No. 5, Opera House. LAWItKNCK A. Cui.VBit, President. UKOKOli W. l'lTLMCN, Vlco l'l-Oftt. UntmnN D. Cu.vnu, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John IValhcr, President. Chaa. E. Bowcn, Cashier. Dock a general bunking bunlncfis, receives rionoHlU, discounts pupcr,- nnd buys and sells Exchange. qBTBANK In central room In tlio James Block. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attomey-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollison Buil...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 August 1890

-(.-H1f i VL,.. "V ' iWitfr? KELTS OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN. OHIO, SATlTUDAi:, AUGUST 10, 1890. " T,'Spr5 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. It is said thatsnakos Tvith logs have ippoarod in Iowa. Tiik twnguo of tho glraffo is nearly a toot and a hall long. Thk first session ot tho Fifty-first Jongrcss Is now in its ninth month. Arn.rcs ton and twolvo inches in clr cttmfcronco ato raised in Southern Flor ida. Thk morldlan of Jorusalom is mon tlonod to roplaco Washington and (Iroon vloh. Tnn annual catch of codfish fotchos tho Newfoundlanders from 54,500,000 to 10,000,000. In Purls a surgical operation has boon performed by which an idiotic child was flvon sanitjr. SnrfATOit SiiKiMtAN's largo fortuno is aid to yiold hlra an annual incomo of twolvo per cent. Tun population of tho wholo Stats of Now Hampshire is fiO.OOO loss than that of tho city of Doston. Tho Spanish statesman, Castolar, ii writing a llfo of Christ, and is also busy on a history of Spain. CniNA's only rail...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 August 1890

--h 4tT rim piw rtnftmawi Wk I -.r mlfm i"imrnilniTin.L.L..i n iif itui'i. rtinrllll KM www iiiljhfriiiM wiiWilT ii aUdOT OHIO DEMOCRAT, ILOGrA, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1890. itfiWIHlMW iliaMUUMmiMI TRUE BLUE. N mamsfo nln't no slnccuro-Jcs' lay tho lmliy ilown, He's fns' nli cp. Go easy, now, 'n' turn tho cranio rnun' Out o' tlio cun-llm Ilttlo Inmbl He didn't Bleep Inst nlRht, , Thorn ol' nirwltootrrs buzsln' roun' 'n' spread thoncl flint's right. He's sofo 'n' Foun', V thnnk tlio Lord Jcs' pli up oft tlio floor Them tlo'es-jiitu ho was plnyln' with. I'll need 'cm nil 'n' ltiin c. Tho wnshlti' 'ii pllln' big this week V Jtiuiily, yon conio hero 1 wnntthem Ihltiss run thro' tho blue, 'n' rlnso 'cm lively, dear. Of coiirin folks Rot to marry, child them on tholi'llcr-lld Tho Lord nln't meant no different when Ho mndc Vm ns Hu did, I alius think It's worried Him right from tlio very lira' To luivo ol' mntils loft ocr 'n' bachelors is worse ! 'K' yet, they havo tho bostcst time; th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 August 1890

Tfiuciyjfli THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, AtTGrTJST, 16, 1890. wJC-WftwUftw ,uwwnwr ifm jttmimmiiwiMwwnnwwiHWTWiiMiwitTWMciii V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0.. W.BREIM, A.. H. Wilson, Proprlotof Editor. -rrff-' - -" " -EnteredUlthe, Post-oh;c.at Logan as Scconrf'cJass matter. ;KMO(;itATI() COUNTY TICKllT. Probate Judge Y I Mil AM T. AUICKR. 'Clerk nf Court, ). II. I.AIM'KN. Treasurer, J. II. AMiHX. J'liwoutlng Attorney. .1. H. R.IASpN. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Cnmniissinuor AHKli CAUPKNTER. Surveyor JAMKS DAVIS. necessary to point out in n niun so well known, and llio district has u largo per cout, of vacillating votors. lrtlm Republicans present a good niun thoro, ten to one (liey will ('loot him," This is a fair siimple'of llio slush with which the Republicans are consoling themselves. They nronot satisfied with the selection of Mr. Duncan, and are making lots of noise about it. Well gentlemen, wo did not ex pect to suit you, and havo taken no suggestions for tlio reason that wo ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 August 1890

wMJW MMfMWdb -S-M1K4t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, AUGUST, 1(5, 1890. aW iiwAntMimfw i ) 2 fa paper (iocs to press at S o'clock Friday cvenliii. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Tlio NormnI School closed yostordny. Colored Cump Mooting August 28, utlteinpol'fl Grove. CoallJohnston of South Perry was In town Tuusdny. John S. Brnseo, of Lnncnstor, was In twn last Mondny. Chris Nlll, of tlio Gnzctto of fice Is working in Chicago. Mrs. John Hansen and ohild ron are viaiting In Laurel Tp. Mrs. Ed Davenport Is visiting nt Washington, C. II. this week. Mrs. E. Games visited In Ncl sonvlllo Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Ella Fox is spending a fow days with friends in Lancast er. Judgo Fricsner, of Columbus, was in town several days this week. Robert Ilamblin, of Pomoroy was in town over Sunday with his .mother. Wo have been told that the Teachers' Institute commences next Monday. Mrs. Dick Sanderson and children aro tlio guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas Roso. Quito n number of Logan peo ple had a fine ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 August 1890

I orao THHICE CROWNED. XJpou rnvnl throno I saw one stand, .A eccptcr In her hand, VTU raco anil dignity to r1 o command; kf Irfrcl'ng vnssnls follow oil In her train, .Anil njorlllcd her reign, Aci t.it trail lvldo extended lior domain. 3on): live the Queen!" they cried, with eager voice, ' And bado their hearts rojolce, That rhotlms honored was tho peoplo's cholco: l'l jcweleO crowr uud ermlncd robo Bhe wore, As emblems of her pow'r, 31alsl)irra exalt her majesty tho more. .Ami all wont. well, for sho was wlso and Just, A woman ono could trust, sil with lior 8tntcincii wondrous schemes l)scjistM; .And thus her famo thread all tho world round. And now hero could bo found -otilvr uomnn than tho mieen thus crowned. A-djrtno woman's heart, with all Us prldo, Can o'er bo sntlsiied E June's (int'Ct homago is to her denied; Aivi, though she bo tho heiress to n thror .aim! vast estates sho own, tier reign's n sad ono if she reigns alone. .led when ho comes tho arbiter of fate Her soul's o...

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. — 16 August 1890

!.. wirasLwrp7 ' t OMIO DJEMOUBAT, LOG-tlT, OHIO, SATUBBAr. AUGUST 16, 1890. b-JMrfii FARM AND GARDEN. WIRE FENCES. A rnrmrr Tells How to Iliilltl Tltom Clienply nuil Woll. I havo a tiomo-nindo arronRomont by which I can put up twenty to thirty rods of Mro-tin 1-plokot fonoc In a day. Tlio plckot can ho split uutof rod oak, black ash, old 1 alls, pto. I rovo out 0l a day wltU a coopor'a froiv. I uso plckots 5 font lonir. An oak troo 18 inchos In dl amotcr nt tlio bult will mnko 800 to 1,000. Tlio wlro and nails for such a fonco cost loss than ono shilling per rod. 1 uso six strands of No. 11 nn noalod stool wlro. This has Rroator strongth than No. !l wlro. lloforo pro ceeding to business a jaok and ovonor must bo mndo. Sco tlio ongravlngs. To mnko tho jaok, 12-foot tlmbors'JxO nro required. A wheel and axlo aro to bo Tin: iacic hung botween tho two frontarmsof this jack which hold tho ovonor as shown, BtrotchhifT iho wire. This wheel Is mado of two disks of boards with tho edges cha...

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. — 16 August 1890

THE OXTIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY. AUGUST, 16, .18.90. iwtmtits-'Km niwiwiy :ywiw 'irrji- tmin VTirri .utTaWmi'iwi1 iu wuii'Mwumti "a huh wwl mwmmi nwvnnm A FEMALE HKCUl CS. Jtwcr.v Tlilnir on WMrli.Mio I.nv. llcrllnniV Ciilliip.it Ciiiiiilu!ntj' Tlioro la a rotimrltiitilo young woman living In ibmospo County, Now York, according Ui a Ilonlie-Uor pupor- a .Miss Kmlly Hopper, who. from holng ft frail, dollcato fflrl, 1ms middonly duvulopod Into (i fumnlu llutciilos. Yot sho Is only eighteen nml ivulght hut ono hiindrod And ton pounds, flio llrst Indications of this quality exhibited thciusolvos In a tondoney to hronk wlmtovordlshosHlio hnppi-nod to tnho liold of in tlio kitchen. Tills, jiowovor. is not an uinistinl tiling anions houso sorvunts of tlio mostfooblo constitution. Miss llnrpor would pick up sumo household nrttolo and it would Jmmodintoly ho broken in hor grasp. A ,coal hcuttlo would colltipMi as easily as a lamp chlmnoy, and a wnslitub crush Mko an cgfr-sholl. Ono day hor moth...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

,. rj-wmsr MagyaaPff ' Auditors Oilico rrf0 The Ohio Democrat. NXN THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION .THAHAHY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. JOB OFFICE. ! All Kinds of Job Printing Done i More News for Less Money. ntLO west prices. YOL. V. NO. 8 LOGAN. O. SATURDAY, AUGUST, 23, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, . $50,000.00. .Doposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Collars. rtocs n general bnnklnir business. Foreign Drnrts nnd Btcamiilitp Tlcketn for nalo nt low oBt rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Kongo. Ii AwnicNOK A. Cni.vEit, President. GKOUOK W. POI.I.KN, VIco I'resl. Ueuiikn D. CUi.vkk, Cashlor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Bowen, Cashier. Dock a general banking biiRlncfti, receives deposits, discount paper, nnd buys and veils Kxclnuigo. Tf-BA.NK In central room In the Jnmos oclc. Bloc ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Atto...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

virm OHIO DEMOCRAT, 1.0QA1T, OHIO, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1800. boiler bursts! I FATAL WRECK. I 1N ROBBERS' OUT- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. St. Louis has put up ovor fi.OOO tin street signs. Tun Toxas cotton crop Is oxpected to bo tho largest ovor had. A 1'irrsmiiioit cllont sued Ills attor ney becauso ho lost Ills caso. ltmito.v grasses aro now used to tlo bouquets lnstoad of silk ribbons. Titu ruby Is coming Into favor an tho ring to bind a matrimonial ongagotnont. BAlto.V Hlitscit, tho richest man In Europe, Is coming to America this tall. It is proposed to rovlvo tho grado of Liontonant-Oonoral for Gcnoral Scho- flold. Tun Spanish Govornmont has abol '.shed Its legation at Homo, Switzer land. SicNATOit Goisman Is said to bo tho handsomost man in tho United Statos Qenate. A nivonenn husband of Now York sold his lntorost In tholr boy to his wlfo for S300. What's In a name? Mr. Mudd Is a roal cstato doalor In ono of tho towns of Southern California. A Mi'.Mnus ne...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

."- i'2ac: OTflfl OHIO DEMOCRAT,. LOGrA, OHIO, 8ATUI)A, AUGUST 23, 1890. .iBfUwinl'iiim., A SUMMER MEMORY. A. dusty roadway, downward lending, Through pasturo-i. uhoro tho cattio fccdlcg Wndo (loop In 1n.No whlto and follow, Tint tons tbi'lr V.,irs in sunlight mellow, A innlil, whoto lips oro red ns choreics, In tangled Luthrv picking licrrlos, From undsr lior nun-lonnot glancing Seta Cupid's goblins madly dancing. And whllo my footsteps slowly wander Tolowor sweep, tho lilllsldo yonder Scorns with n i,.U.ur glory burulng, And woos my tyo-t to constant turning. .A wind gust Ir. tho rcodv hollow, "Whoro through tho awifta ench oilier follow, And to my new-formed wish replying, A Itorclilef In tho dlstnnco Hying. I pauso bcsldo tho lingering river, Whoro toll lings In tho ripples sh.vcr, And hear n blickblrd's merry calling, Down from tho upland pasturo falling. My pathway loads where sliver beeches .Shimmer nlong tho meadow reachos, Yet, by eomo mincon tnaglc holden, Jly heart clings...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

TTTE OXTIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, AUGUST, 23, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Q.W.UREHH, A.. H.Wilson, - Proprlotol T" Editor. i Entered at the Post-oJJlceatLogan as Second-class matter. DUMOCltATICJ COUNTY TICKIIT. Probate .Initio WILLIAM 'P. AOKKlt. Clerk of Court, J). II. LAI'l'KN. 13 Treasurer, II. ALLI2N Prosecuting Attorney. J. 1$, RIASON. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner AUEL CAHPKNTER. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. Por Congressman llltli Disl. IRVINE DU2C0AN, of Jackson county. Tun 2 cont postage stnmp now in use. is oviilontly from the "bargain counter" ( ") of John Wannnmakor. It is a fraud. of tlio loading llepubllean papers ofTennsylvania. Tlio Interests of tlio whole eounlry, without regard to any section, are hostile to tills scheme It is a political measure pure and simple, a bold and desperate at tempt to overrun tlio election cus toms of u century for the purpose of perpetuating the personal power of a few reckless political loaders. Its attempted enforcement would er...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

TJpfr r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY AUGUST, 23, 1800. This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Onrbon Hill has soven stores. Col. Woldy was In Lancaster Wednesday. ' Dr. Irvin of South Perry was in town Monday. Carbon II111 Is having a scotirgo of Typhoid fever. Mrs. Ycrgcs is visiting nt Baird's Furnace. The Logan schools will corn monco Monday Sept. 8th. A. Dollison pf Gihisonvllle, visited in toyn this week. .Ttnlgo ITuffman will hold a tonn of Court hero Monday. Lowis Alltop and wifo of Col umbus aro visiting in Logan. Chas Roso is having his cut ting department refurnished. John Notostono has been in town sovoraVdays this week. Miss Mary Petty was on tho flick list tho first of tho week. A. II. Brooko has boon appoint ed Humane Officer for Hocking Co. Miss Ilalllo Smith, of Sand Bun visited friends in Logan tills week. Tho Buchtcl furnaco will bo ready to go into blast in about a month. T. E. Wells of tho Nolsonvillo JVcj3 was in town T...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

-TSM OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGA2T, OHIO, SATTmDAY. ATGITST 23, 1890. raEOHIO DEMOCRAT, LOG.VJS, i OHIO THE FIRE-HANG-BIRD. As I am sitting In tho sun upon tho porch to day, I lo : with wondornt tho elm that stands across the 'nay J 1 say nml mean "with wonder," for now It scemi tome J"nl e.ra Is not ns tall ns ycar$ ngo It used to lil The old fire-hang bird's built her nest therein fur mnav springs High up nmld tho sportlvo winds tbocmlous crndlu swings, lint not jo high as when a little boy I did my best ' Toscnle that elm and carry o!t tho old lire hang- bird's ncstl Tne llublunl boy had tried In vain to rcuch the homely prlzo That i i.,rlcd from that upper outer tulg In taunting wise, And o.icc, when Deacon Turner's boy had al most graspod tho limb, He felt' and had tohuvo u doctor operato on him' Pallet us linker broko his leg nndOrrln Hoot his arm llut wha". of that? Tho danger gave thoyport n special charm I The Hlxbie", and the Cutler boys, tho Newtons and tho rest It.in every rial;...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 August 1890

OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAr. AUGUST 23, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. BARN PLAN. It S'tioulil Como 1'rotty Nonr lliln(j U'lint I hn AvnmKn runner tVnnt. An will Ijo soon by tho Illustration, tills plan will giro good light nnd von tllntlon und onnblo us to uso tho barn floor for a fcod-room, nnd will bring tho ntlocs convonlont to both stables. Tho two Kilo pits tiro oaoh 20 foot squaro with a depth of 24 foot, and whon full will hold ovor 1,000 cublo foot of ensi lage, or enough tn food forty cows ono and a half cublo font each a day for S20 day,. I bollovo it Is concoded that It is best to feo'd somo dry food with ensilage, and that ono cubic, foot a day is onougb for a cow, but ovon if two foot per day was fed to ench of forty cows thoso hIIoos would hold onough for mo days' food. I do not fully show in tho draw ing tho arrangomont of doors nnd windows, as tho farmer who builds will know bnst whoro ho wants thorn. 1 should locato tho barnyards at tho right, and they can bo covo...

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