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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

th:ee)e&& .20; isao. - -fc -. 4, nwiwtfmiTmiwwiww At tfflE 0H1Q DEMOCRAT, Q.W.BHEHM. "Ftoprletot A. H. Wilson, - - Editoi. Jintcrcdatthrost-ojjjlec'ut Logan Ms Sccond-cla&B matter. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Secretary of Btato THADPEpS E. CROMLEX, of Pickaway County. Supromo Judgo .GEORGE 13. OKEY, of Franklin' County.. ' Member of Board of Public Works. LEOPOLlTEIFEIt, ofMia'pilCourity. ,' , BEMOCRATICCOUNTr'TlCKET,, Prohate Judge WILLIAM T ACKER. Clerk of Court, 1. II. LAPPEN. j .. Treasurer, , B. H. ALL1JN. Prosecuting Attorney. J. B. RIiVSON. Inflruiary,.Director, ISAAC A'. yRIGIIT. Commissioner ABEL .CARPENTER. Surveyor JAMES DAVJS. The Ohio State Pair. Tho crowds In attendance nt the State Fair on Thursday was some thing wonderful to contemplate. There wore more than C0,000 present. .' The' .exhibition was. fully up to provious years, tho halls of each department being woll filled with cholco exhibits. Tor Congressman J8th Dial. IRVINE DUNGAN, . of Jackson county. Tn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

, gnrr7 ftTJff?' -ye0""" THE OHIO DEMOOBAT SATIJBPAY. SEPT. 20. 1890. as w fl, . ,1 ' inwe l J ' This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. - - ' d?aci played at Cheap excursion to Chicago and return Sept. 25. Chicago and return only ?(J.O0 from Logan Sopt. 25. Forty cents to Nelsonvillo and return Sept. 22, nnd 23. Soo tho display of Geological specimens at tho Fair. Tho Democratic Central Committee- is to moot Co-day.. ( J. E. Calvert of Ladroi town ship was in town Thursday. Emancipation day at Colum bus Sept. 22, only $1.60 round trip. Tho Hocking County Fair be gins 'October 1st and continues four days. Mrs.N.J.Weiland is visiting her son .Charles in Columbus this wooJc.j?'' ! Dr. Baney is absent this week rusticating In tho hills of Noble County. Columbus and return, only $1.60 Sept 22, good to return until Sept.-23. ' Only $6 to Chicago and return Sept. .25. Good, .returning until Sept. 30, a -Hocking-County was well re presented at th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

i?r?i1ft!' j yw- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGr.A2t, OHIO, &&TTJRDAr. SEPTEMBER 20, 1890 ". k M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SLOGAN, OHIO. THE OLD FARM HOME. If you'vo boon n happy rot or Through tho Holds of fragrant clover, Where llfo Is nil aslinplo round of bliss, When at evo tho sun Is sinking And tho stars are faintly winking "You can call to mind it picture such as this. Hark I Tho cows nro homeward roaming Through tho woodland pasture's ((looming, 1 can hear them Bently lowing through tho doll", And from out tho bosky dlnglo Comes the softly tangled Jtnglo And the oft repeated coho of tho bolls. Strange how momory will fling her Arms about aomo scones wo bring her, .And tho fleeting yoars but mnko them stronger grow; Though I wander for and sadly From that dear old home, how gladly Z recall tho cherished scenes of long ago. Hark I Tho cows are homeward roaming Through tho woodland posture's gloaming, I can hear them gently lowing through tho dells, And from out tho bosky dlnglo Comes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, OG-AN OHIO, SATURDAY'. SEPTEMBER 20. 1890, M i FARM AND GARDEN. waste not, Want not. This in (Jnoil ,dvlcn Tor Any Konsnn. Hut .Should tin Il.pciolully Hooilocl Now. Tho vroMiicotlvo shortnjro of food ron dors It cxtrumoly (lcsirnl)lo that no product ot tho flold lio this fall allowed to (fo to wiisto. In somo Bootlons ot tho furthor Went wlioro corn and oorn-fod-dor havo o Into years boon so plentiful us to ongondor tho most oxtrnvnjrnnt systems of manapfomont thoro will ioubtloas bo roqulrcd tho oxorclso of tho lilfiliu.it wisdom nnd economy to onablo tho nlook-irrowor to carry his an imals propcirly through tho vlntor months. Tho ndvlsnblllty of construot inj? silos for tho bottor prosorvatlon of all tho nutrltlvo mattor of tho drouth strlokon corn is bolng porlously consid ered in somo sections wlioro an appoal to such niothodshashorotoforo not boon doomed within tho rango of posslblo necessity; and whllo thoro will porhaps bo much dliroronco of opinion as to ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 September 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCKA'T, SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1890. FACTS ABOUTOATJIS How People Swear nntl AVhor.i the CU.sk Words On in u From. till' tlio l!X- "You iieoil not Iiiivm Imilccil flovori lit'uitiifO I hiiI I that I (Htl not cure ti iltim," suiil a gruff I i ('uuntcir In convorsntli'ii with Sunilny ncliool rcpurtur of WuxhliiKtou Slur. "Tlmtisiuit Hwoiirlujr. TJiu pri'Hilon hns u vcryiilffuiciitiiicun injr from what Is populury snppoH .m1, nnd was orlyliiatcd liytlicduko of Wellington. A dinn in India is tlio sinnllc.st iiicooof money known, jiml not to euro that much means Hiuiply that ono Is very indifferent. That was all tho pliritdu was In tended to .signify. The word 'ditm,' from the l.ntin verb meaning 'to eondeinn,' is a very different thing. 'iiriiuisly enough) it seuiu.s iiliiiont Invarialily to be tho ftrst word in our liiiWM'JWO acquired by foreigners, and it has always been such n favorite with the English that in the last century the French always referred to tjie;n as tho 'God...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

hrtmrfti,Vifrifrtlftnn W f AmlNor.q Offlno y PtHE OHIO DEMOCRAT !s the Ohio Democrat. VOL. V. NO. 13 LO&AN. O., SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ' LARGER CIRCULATION THAN AM PAPER IK THE VALLEY, j More News for Less Money, I k Q THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF MOAN. Cftsll Cnpltnl, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individunl Lpl W-f nvpr Fo'nr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dnos a RpnornI linnklnR ImntnvM. Foreign Draft nnd Btcnnislilp Tickets for wilo at low est rule. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera Honse. IiAWJinNCK A. Ccr.vr.K, Prcnldont. .. Oi:o hoi: W. I'ui.i.fn, Vlto ProM. . Ueoukn 1). Cui.vkk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllco Hours fro'n 9 u. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000, John Walker, 1' resident. Chan. IS. llowen, Cashier. Dock a Rcncrnt hanking business, rocolvcs dniHislts, dlscouiilH puper, mul buy xml sells Uxcluuige. tW"IIANIC III central room In llio James (kJTc. Bloe ATTOItNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollisnn Ittill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

zFimiM"rT,in.mBmnA bMk f&njwijn UfP" ," TUB OHIO DEMOOHAT, LO&AJff, OHIO, SATUftDAT, SEI'TEMJBEB 27, 1800, r w ' h t. ? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Datxas, Tox., has a plague of crick ets. rniNCH Louis, of Battonborg, can sot typo. More than 10,000 Irishmen sottlo In England ovory year. Atioitnisiioi' ConmoAX is tho son of a Newark hotol proprietor. IN Walkor County, Ga., tho cantoloupo crop paid S105 to tho aero. The skoloton of a big mastodon has boon found in Piatt County, 111. DnY murrain la destroying herds of sattlo in tho southorn part of Kansas. A MAN of Adrian, Mloh., has boon fined S5.75 for swearing at a nolghhor. Tub valuo of tho Now Jorsoy cranbor ry crop Is osthnatcd at ono million of dollars. Heniu Rociif.fokt, tho Fronch jour nalist, Is a roal Count, but scorns to uso tho title. Women dotnostics aro In domand In Olympla and othor points In Orogon and Washington. Jab. REDrATii is aiding Mrs. Joftor son Davis in gottlng up tho tnoraolrs of h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

Tltii) OHIO DEMOCRAT, ZCCU, OHIO, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27", 1S90. iSUf A SOCIAL SHOCK. 'fit- Whs Mrs. MOBtyn nod from London Dr3Bs-Makor. .'Dinner was announced Immediately ftor Mrs. Wasliinrrton Mostvn entered tho drawing-room, and, Indeed, It ap peared that tho party woro only waiting hor arrival to put an ond to tho clusiio "bad quartor of an hour. "My doar," uhlsporod Lady Kondal, "I am going to Bond you down with a most charming young man, Alglo Up ham, a cousin of tho Duohoss of Liver pool; I think ho'a quite ono of tho alcost men In London, and so artistic, don't you know." Mrs. Mcstyn ralsod hor tortolso-sholl lorgnette In tho direction of tho gontlo man Indicated, and was ploasod tomako an Inspection and glvo nn opinion in not tnora than two seconds: "Charmed, I am suro. What a good looking young man. Ah, I soo raco and Intelligence." "Yes, hoth. Hut allow mo to Intro duce you," said Lady Kondal. In an other minute or so tho women woro trailing thoir silken and volvot skirts...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

JK THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. a.W.UBEIIM. Tropiletot Editor . A.H.Wilson, - - Entered at the Pot-olcc at Logan as Second-class matter. What is Socrotnry Wlndoin go ing to do in tho event of furthor financial stringency? Ho 1ms bought $10,000,000 of bonds; but tho public Treasury will lock up that amount again in less than three weeks. It Is outrageous that Government, the croaturo and servant of tho people, should thus continually bo cnllcd upon to In terfere In their financial concorns for the purposo of keeping in tho 'channels of trado currency that "novor ought to havo been with drawn. Tho people havo tho remedy In their own hatuls. Let them turn the jobbers and tools of Monopoly out of Congress, and put in men who will koop tho Government 'poor! Pkotected Manufacturor-Holdl Mr. Farm or, stand and deliver. Farmor-Who are you? And why do you wish to rob mo? p. M. I am a manufacturer and I rob you because Congress hns authorized mo to do it. F. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

THE OHIO DEMOOBAT SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1890. IH r W This pnpcr goes to press at 8 d'oloo ft Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. W, N. Lay was at , Athons Thursday. Judgo Frlcanor was down from Columbus last Monday. Prlco and Tipton mako a splendid odor this wcok. Hon. Frauk Morrlck of Colum bus was in tho city yesterday. Mrs. ChaB. Wolland of Colum bus, Is visiting friends In Logan. MrsrWill RIsloy is sorlously ill with inflammatory rhoumatlsm. Boo what Prlco and Tipton havo to say about gold this week. Mrs. John E. Iiauch died yes terday aftornoon after a protracted illness. Tho now Commercial Hotel opposite Geo. Hartman's will opon Monday. Mr. A. Dollison of Gibisonyillo, father of W. F. Dollison, was In town this week on business. See tho large advertisement of Sheriff's sale of boots and shoes at tho old Collins & Mooro corner. Misses Rose and Bird White are rusticating In tho hills of Perry township and visiting their par ents. Walter Sain, one of Mt. Pleas ant's l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

W w w rj- 'fl (ram omo democrat,, zoo-ait, ohio, sattjbday, September 27, isoo., ; 1 i IK OHIO DEMOCRAT. COGAN, OHIO DARLING. . rVtittta inula with fcwect bluo eyes tonkfd upward with n Bhy surjirlso IiccauBa I asked her namo: - .Ywhlla Bho bent her golden head, While o'er hor faco soft blushos spread r.lttc Mimo wltt rosy flamo; 'Then. looking Vp, sho sotlly said: ".My uutno Is Momma's Darling." ""Trll roe your mother's nnma, my dear," .nd '-looping low I paused to hear. The Uttlo maid scemod musing; " Why, mamma's namo's lllto mine, you know, But just bocauHO wo lovo her so We call her Mamma Darling," " Tell roo your pnpa's name," I crlod; TVie Uttlo maiden's ojesgron wldo; "My papal Don't you know? Why, over slnco tho baby died .Vimraa and I hiu 0 nlwaj s tried Vorhccr him from his sorrow Ing; Xndmy mamma and I lovo, host TO call him I'npn Darling." -""Wlaitdi.1 you call tho bnby, dear?" Tho answer camo qulto low but clear: "Tho baby oh, I wonder what They cull him now In Heaven;...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

7T&E OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOaAJST, OHIO, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. KILLING WEEDS. l Farmer Olrri lilt VIoivs on an Iinpor JJ titnt Sultfoct. Thoro is no labor tnoro universal knionR cultivators than tlio attomptod dostriiollon ot ivoodo, and thoro is nono which Is commonly gono about with moro Irregularity and want ol aystom. Woods Infest nearly all cultivated (rounds, and thoir dostruotlon is gon- orally nttomplod after thoy havo grown ft foot blrrli. moro or less, olthor by ahoroti3 hand labor, or moro rapidly but moro imporrcotly with tho work of horsos. In tho cnrilon it Is mostly por formed, if at nil, by tho hand; in tho largo corn floM tho plow and cultivator turn ovor or '.oar up tlio largo woods and loavo man untouchod. Tho true tnnnanornont should bo tho oomniOncomutit of this labor with tho planting or sawing of tho crop. Tlio young woods should bo dostroyod bo- foro thoy ronoh tho light Tho soil haa no. 1. boon stirred for planting; but within a wook ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 September 1890

.1. lHWlll. , -, r;, Jf. 3Hgif 11 -A THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, ftEPT. 2?, 18&0. i vi, I '-rl . I "'l SPEECH OF CHAIRMAN JjA WHENCE T. NI3AL jt Hip Stiilo Democratic Convention nt Snilnsilcld, August 20, 18SK n (lontluiiion ttr tliu Convuntlon: 1 iipprocluti' most highly, and thank ou most heartily, for this tmtiit fi'rttutlou of your npnrovnl of thi iictlnn of1 your uoinmlttuu in select ing jdo t proMUu over your clcllb lUrntimiH.. Tliu fact Unit tho position lias licun given to nie, with snuli Unan imity, without any personal .solici tation on my jtart, anil in spite of jny expressed desire Unit some one jithur tliun inynelf .should enjoy this innipliment, adds groutly, in my es timation, to thn honor which itcon Ars, anil awakens within mo feel ings of tho lepest gratitude. The Ohio Democracy achieved a decided Victory in Xoveinbcr last. We elected ii Governor and Legis lature tlion becausu united, doter inineii,.and aggressive, wo wiged a contest for principle. A continua ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 October 1890

ammmmmma - ""- ... Ill W -. JIM g 111 fr1; vFjr ' irr h' dfj, '06 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION j JOB OFFICE. M PAPER IN THE YALLEY. I All Kinds of Job Printing Vone ! Less Money. at LOWEST PRICES VOL. V. NO. 14 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THAN More News for THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, 950,000.00. Deposits Bocured by Individual Liability of over' Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, Door n general bonking ImnlncPB. Foreign rrnftn nml Btcamslilp Tickets for imlo nt low DRl'nitcs. OFFICE, Room No. fi, Opera House. Lawiip.nck A. Gur.vKit, President. OHOltoi: W. Poi.t.en, Vlco l'rent. Ui'.uiikn I). Cui.vku, Casutor. THE FIRST BANK OFX.OOAX, OHIO. Ofilco Hours from 0 a. m. (o 8 p. m. -hid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Wallcer, President. Chas. E. Bowen, Cashier. Pooa general banking business, receives dopoMtn, discounts paper, and buys mid sells Exchange VDANK In central room In tho James oclc. Bloc ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 October 1890

v" " Tvvva, 4fwi?flv "3 Kr THE OHIO MJMOOttAT, LOGrAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1800. s. nr-vfC TNE OHSO DEMOCRAT. lo6an, OHIO, CURRENT TOPICS. Tiboib aro 4,600 womon printers in England. TiiraiR aro ton Indian training Bchools In tlio Union. Tint number of housos occupied by In dians Is 31,233. Tins coming Florida orango crop will to below tho nvorago. A noiifiK ran away at Ocala, Fla., and dropped doad In a pond. TllE numbor of Indians living on and cultivating- land la 0,003. Tub total Indian population of tho Unltod Statos is 847,073. Kuw Oscak, of Swodon, visited tho Baltimore at Stockholm. Pmtmoutii, Mich., ha3 thrco factorlos turning out toy air-guns. UMB1UU.IAS that can bo made largo or imadl aro something now. From nlno poach troos In Orango.Cal., 8,105 pounds woro picked. TiirniK is in Canada a million square miles of unoxplorod torrltory. Athmikw CxnNEQiB's mascot is a brass telegraph koy. Ho koops it in a glass oaso. Nnw Yonrc has discovered In Its midst practical scho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 October 1890

OHB OHIO DBilOOHAT, lOG-AN, OHIO, SATDBDAT, OCTOKEIt 4, 1890. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. , GRANDPA'S SOLILOQUY. f'vo lived nigh on to ninety years, mong things 1'vo hart to loatn tVns that pint of human natur' that has dono a drill of harm, lis tbo muster fault, f ow preachers that In f aot havo understood, tt's thi) lulling up of evil, and forgetting of tho good. 1 heard tho vital questions ngltatcd In their 1 day, And flvo and thirty years ago I sometimes had my any, And when tho social ovll was discussed Inovcry part. 2 nolo that pint I spoke of hnd got uucommon sharp. It there's ono thing moro'n another that maltos a man feci queer, TIs to have a chronto grumbler too uncomfort- nbly near. JJo scatter what you talk about ho'll moot It with n groan, And tell you of his troubles in a ccmotcry tono. Bo's nllus hluo ns whetstones, and ho'a got a load of cares tThnt lit his shinny body eloscr than tho clothes ho wears. .Ho Is alius mighty snrtln that his llfo Is almost gono, Yet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 October 1890

W , TJfflE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OPT., 4, 1890. m 5B nrwnwwiKiwww vmnv. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. o.w.iinEnM. Proprlctot Editor. A.. H. "Wilson JCnicrcdatthePosl-officcalLagan as Secontl'olass matter. IlKMOCKATIO STATU TlCKilT. Secretary at Stale PIJADDEUS K. CROMLEY, of Pickaway County. Supremo Judge GEORGE B. OKEY, ,of Franklin County. Mombcr of "Board of Public Works. LEOPPLB- K15IFEK, of Miami County. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET, Probate Judge WILLIAM T. ACKilSR. Olork of Court, 1). II. LAPPEN. Treasurer, B II. ALLEN. 'Prosecuting Attorney. J. B. MASON. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL CARPENTER. Survoyor JAMES DAVIS. iFor Congressman 13th Dist. IRVINE DUNGAN, of Jackson county. Member of State Board, of Equal ization, JOHN ACKLEY. -fc i2u Tirinir. s ' no provision in the MeKinley Bill against the free im portation 01 pauper labor. Tun principal business of the .present Congress has been to un seat Democrats who wero duly fleeted. Caknagie, the iron and steel lord ...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1890. This paper gocsiojtrcss at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Thcro was noBchool yesterday. Subscribe for tho Oiuo Demo crat. Circuit court will convene next Tuesday. Itobort Blaokston hnB moved to Logan. Judge Slough was In town Thursday. Sam ICnrshnor of Laurelvlllc, was In tho city Friday. Mr. and MrsrBoh! White are vis iting friends in tho city. EU West was down from Col umbus a few day this week. E. C. Steel of Washington D. 0. Is tho guest of his father-in-law, Mr. D. White Tho Steam Swing on tho market lot is a great attraction for tho boys and girls. Mr. C. H. Coolman of Eavonna, O. was the guest over Sunday of Col. Rempel and his family. A man named Hartmun has started a general storo in tho Blohaut building on Main Street. Representative W. P. Price will accept our thanks for a new finely mounted R. R. map of Ohio. Miss Emma Morgan, ofNel 8onviUrjta visiting in Logan this weeks, tho guest of the Misses Fox. Hon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 October 1890

rf" TTHB OHtO DEMOCRAT, IiOGrAST, OHIO, SATUBDAT. OCTOBER 4, 1890. Jm "A3 I SHELLED THE PEASE." Over nnd over, a little bodr Hunp In my heart, tho whole day Ion; Ni miller what task to my lot did (all, TK? o..r mado music, amid it all j I r.iiiccl the ten cups, I kneaded the bread "M.v lovo loves mol" In my ear was said; "Tnin loels bettor than wealth or oaset" V.is v.liNpcrcd to me, as I shollcd tho pease. And as I made custard or baited tho cake, A voire kept saying! "Porloro's sweet sakel" And. when tho tablo I sat tor four, Again I heard It, o'er and o'er: True love is better than wealth or cac, True lore rejoices In tasks like these!" Tun clock on the wall, with Its pleasant song, l'lclutl ii way, though the .hours woro long; At Inst It was time (or my loved ones three, Tn Ritfhpr around tho board with mo. In came two, with a merry shout Tho children ore In, but tho (other Is out 1 wondered if my True Lovo 'twould ptcaso To know my thoughts, as I shelled tho peoso I A hand N he...

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

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, XOG-Utf, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1890. -. V t' h FARM AND GARDEN. DITCHING PLOWS. An Knslor unit Cheaper Method Than Ulln 1T "nnil. In arfswor to Inquiry of tho ownor at ft modornta farm for sorao castor and ohoapor way for digging dltchos than doing tho work by hand, wo may, says tho Country Uontlorann, glvo tho stato mont of our own oxporlonco with tho ditching plow, whon tho subsoil was sd hard as to roqulro tho uso of tlio pick for loosonlng It boforo shoveling out tho loosened oarth. Whoro tho soil is so soft that it may ho frooly spadod to a dopth of throo or four foot, tho ditch ing plow would ho of no uso; and whoro tho subsoil is ontlroly froo from stono and tho land Is qulto oxtenslvo, ono of tho largo and costly niachlnos used at tho West would doubtlou bo moro prolltablo. Wo glvo a flguro and dlscrlptlon of a ditching plow many yoars ago, with which wo cut sovoral miles of ditoh through hard subsoil at loss than half tho oxponso of hiring all tho wo...

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