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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1890. Tho Making of Iloiuls. Franco Lends In Excollciico-Eiigllsh Jlnd nud American Worse. Josoph Fennel), tlio artist, recent ly wrote an artlelo cutliod, "Whut I Know About llonds." Ho says soma tho vilest roads ho lias over ridden on aro In England. This will bo nows to many pcoplo who liavo looked on English roads, especially In comparison with tho highways of America, as being woll nlgli perfect. Ho says thoro is not a 100 milo stretch of road way in England that is in good condition, and not a foot of it any where that is as woll kept as it oughtto be. Whether this is truo or not thoro is no question that America can double discount England or any other country in. vilo roads. Tho American mothod of roadmaking is singulalarly woll adapted to tho production of tho poorest possible kind of road. In most counties of tho United States a road tax is loviod, but the farmor or other porson taxed has tho option of working out his road tax, so much ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

fiFim"! Auditors OOlee NS SsNssNc THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION j JOB OFFICE. M PAPER IN THE YALLEY. iws for Less Money. I All Kinds of Job Printing Done at LOWEST PllICES. VOL. V. NO. 15 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, OCT. 11, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THAN More 1 THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOOAK. Cash Capital 860,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four, Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doos a general haultlng uurIiicrs. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for sale at low ostratoa. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House LAwnKNCK A. Cai.vnit, President. Qrokob W. 1'vUiXN, Vlco Preflt. ltr.uitKN I). Cui.VKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK of logak, onio. Offlco Hours from 9 a. ra. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker) President. Chas. E. Bow en, Cashier. Dock a eoncrnl banking business, receives dcposltR, discounts paper, mid buys and sells Exchange fl-BANK In central room In tho James Utock. , ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM.r Attorney-at-Law and Notary Pabl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

TBDB3 OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAST, OHIO, SATURDAY OCTOBER 11, 1890. HHHmMMHIJMbVHHMMMaaitwJinaBaMHMI n THE mm BEHOBMT. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. . Kalamazoo shipped 18)1 tons ot cel ery tho othor day. , Book ngonts tiro now oxoludod from Suolcs County, Pa. Biucks for artlstio docoratlon aro now rondo of old bagging. , A Hat.timoiik tramp naraod Wolch has fallon holr to S10.000. A woman in Now York furnishos lovo lottora at a dollar a pioco. Fiiinct. IIiimaiick koopa tho wolf from tho door with 8170,000 a year. Texas has an ox-Govornor Mr. Hub bard who weighs 3S0 pounds. Tnnni! aro fully fifty thousand Rus lan Hobrows in Now York City. Ministkk Fnni.rs sponds $9,000 a year Snoro than his salary in Gormany. A onxuirtKportraltof Columbus paint ed by Lotto, in 1501, has boon discover ed. Tun Cotintosi of Paris is a crack shot, nd novor allows tho attendants to load hor gun. It was originally intondod by his fathor to make a pianist of Editor Ilonry Wattorson. Tun mostoxponslvo fur is tho R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

TJEEB OHIO IXEMOOIlAT, LO&AJST, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1890. A TRAGEDY. Walking up tho vlllago streot Camo a maiden young and fair, j TripplnR on with fairy teot, Clad in gown of toxturo rare Wftlltlns down tho vlllngo Btrcot Camo a gallant debonair; And ho could not holp but moot I With tho Illy maid so fair. , Ana ho whispered, as thoy passed, T Somotlilnginthomaldon'soar; Mep Sho an Instant stood aghast, ,Tbcn she soroamod aloud with fear. ' Seemed tho maid as ono distraught, llcjplofs la lior suddon fright Shntno upon tho wrolcli who brought Her to such a piteous plight I Ero you heap upon his head Scorn unbounded, can you guess What unlucky words ho said? "'Jtiirfi a ipl&tr on tour drtttf" H. H. Tlthcrlngton, In West Shore. !THB NEW DEPARTMENT. 6ho Editod tho Column on Lovo and Matrimony. J Boforo tlio non-committal door loading into tho oilltorl.il dopartmont of a city Sally stood a woman whoso faco plainly indicated painful hesitation and roluc tanco. lior tbdugh...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W.UREHM. PtopiUiol Editor. A. H, Wilson, Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class fnatter. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ccretnry of Stato 'JfHADDEUS E. CROMLEYt of Plckiiway County, Supremo Judgo GEORGE B. OKEY, of Franklin County. Member of Board of Public Yorks. LEOPOLD KEIFER, of Miami County. DEJIOCKATIC COUNTYv TICKET. Probate Jutlgo WILLIAM T; ACKER. Clurk of Court, p. I. lappen, Ti.oasuror, B. 1I.ALLEN. Prosecuting Attornoy. j!b.'riasqn. Infirmary Director, ISAAC A. WRIGHT. Commissioner ABEL CARPENTER, Survoyer AMES DAVIS. For Congressman 18th Dlst. IRVINE DUNGAN, of Jackson.county. -Mcmbqr of Stnto Board of Equal ization, .JOHNk A9KLEY. Tjib tariff is a tax. . r Jay Gould says.lhat the way" to beat the tariff vis to' wear your old (Clothes. But suppose you have no ,old clothes to wear? We have recivetl th'o October number of Woods Rail-Road Guide for Ohio and Indiana. It ought to be in the possession of every one .who travels by rail. Send 10 cent...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCKAT SATURDAY, OCT. 11, 890. ; This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening., THE OHIO DEMOCRAT i LO0AL NEWS. Mrs, Mngglo Bolt has moved to Columbus. To Lancaster and return, C5 cents during .the fair. BoriJ to Abel Carpenter Jr. and wife, Oct. 6, ,1890, a daughter. Special train to Galllpolls and roturn' Sunday, Octobor 19th. Faro $1.50. , Mite" Dodo Fox of this place, Is vlsltlnp'frionda in Columbus this wook.s ( , Thatl. Floyd' and 0. C. Soesholtz of Soiftli? Perry, wero(ln town last Tuesday. Hon. O. V. H. Wright raado a Democratic speech at Jackson, O. last night. Wo regrot to learn that Jacob Schlechman has boen quite- sick for several weeks. Isaiah Frasuro who was badly hurt last week by a vicious bull is rapidly recovering. Dr. Dawson and son of Laurel- vllie. visited tho family of F. W. Dolllson, this week. Gas contractor W. C. Stratton of Lancaster, made a flying visit to Logan Thursday. One fare for round trip to Gal- llpoliB, Out. 10th. to 18th. and ?...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

qrara ohio democrat, iogan, opio, Saturday., October m, isoo. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO LOOKING BACKWARD. The melancholy days havo cotno, Tha saddest of the year, When I am forced to faco the fact That summer tlma Is dear. Alasl Ie not a dollar left, And what havo I to show :For all my six months' savings That 1 drew a month ago! My pretty flannol trousers Aro besmirched with grassy green. My bluo and whtto-strlpcd blazer Is too dirty to be seen. :My tennis cap Is faded To a color without namo, .And tho laundress has reduced my shirts To something liko tho same. Flowers and Ices, drives and bon bons, Any man is sure to find Will make his substanco vanish l,ll:o the chaff beforo tho wind. Vlmt with dancing and with tennis (Though lmprobablo It sounds), I weighed myself to day, and found I'd lost Just twenty pounds. And coated at my desk, I ask: If It Is worth it all; In sprll-E I always answer "j cs," I'm doubtful In the fall. Hut though I'vo found this outing, I.tl:o all others...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

tfJELT. OHIO ifcEtoOORAT, LOaA, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1890. X v r .. r , FARM AND GARDEN. HAY-MAKING. A D1etnlon or llio Sultleot --intnlntnir Susffcutlom far Next Yenr'a Work. Whilo it la ft ltttlo Into, saya a. wrltor In tho Ohio Farmor, to ffivo ndvlca for making hay, a dismission of, tho subject may result in bonollt, from tho fnctthat it is fresh in tho minds of tumors. Making hay doos not consumo tho tlmo or tnko tho hard labor It did somo yoara ngo, yot in a rldo of somo ton miles through my county, during tho haying season, I was forolbly reminded that somo of tho moro rocont tlmo and labor saving oonvoniancos aro not gonorally used. Of tho moro recent improved imple ments, tho liny losidor and hay forlc tako procodonco. For using tho hay fork in Btacking somo kind of a dorrlok Is nec essary, on which to run tho fork. Tho ohoapest and most conveniont is a tripod of polos six or eight inches thick at tho butt, throoor four Inohos at top, and thirty foot lung. Havo a bol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, OCT.' 11, 1390. REVISING THE OENSUS. Bill Nyo Givns Some Ro sults of His Expurgato- ry .Labors. My tlutnk.s arc duo to tho printer for mlviincu sheets, promptly re ceived, of a liltlo brochure entitled "Tho Literary $ido of tho Census," tho receipt, or recipe, rather, of which is hereby gratefully acknowl edged. It is a little volumo of less than 20t) pages, neatly printed by tho government, I think. Tt Is going to bo 11 riipi.il seller and a great boon. JP is compiled from answers on lie nt tho Census bureau mainly re garding tho interrogatories issued by .consent and connivance of gov ernment rolating to incumbrances ,on property and other private mat ters. Tho publication of tho book roveals for tho first time the truo reason for these compulsory an swers. Acting upon tho hint al ready given by thrifty publishers and syndicates, who writo to .eminent people occasionally ask ing them bow thoy onrned their first money and whether they have it yet, and i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

"WV" ' Plarger circulation I THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. More News for Less Money, ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. JOB OFFICE. All Kinds of Job l'rhithiffDonc at LOWEST JPJMCES. VOL. V. NO. 16 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP LOQAN. Cnsh Capital, $50,000.00. Doposits secured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general bnnkliiR bunlncM. Foreign Drafts mid Steamship Tickets Tor sale nt low ustrntcH. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. LAWRkncb A. Cor.VKlt, President, QEOuaic W. Poi.lkn, Vleo Trcsl. Ukuiikn I). CULVKH, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOOAN, OHIO. Offtco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. ra. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Cfias, E. Bouicn, Cashier. Dock a general banking business, receives dcimsltA, dlKCOtmts paper, and buys nnd sells J'j-tclinngc. 5"BANK In central room lii tlio James oeTt. Bloc ATTOKNEYS. a. W. BREHM. AUorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollhon Building Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGA2T, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 18U0. wKummticrwfM"izma THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, r OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Boston will erect a $500,000 statue to Boylo O'ltollly. Tun oldest natlvo of Oregon Is forty ilx years of ago. Gkohoia. has "00 llfottmo prisoners In Iho ponttontiary. A TiiiuviNo mining camp In Callfor la Is named Glmlotvillc. Bnm stunp four horsos to doath at Mayflold, JIIcli., a fow days tipo. Ovnu 17,000 bills woro Introduced In Congress during the past sosslon. A max at Buchanan, Jllcli.. Is coining monoy out of a mushroom orchard. Fotm Norwegian vossols havo arrlvod n Now York with -1,000 tons ot ico. A iiaiiy hlppotamus has mado Its an poaranco at Central Park, Now York. Mil. AND JIllS. WAI.TEK DAMIIOSCII will mako tholr future homo in Now York. Mus. "Stont.wai.i." Jackson-, now at Staunton, Va., Is a groat sufferer from nouralgia. Pirns for gas, wator and olectrlc ca Wos mado of paper havo rccontly ap poarcd at Vlonna. Tim Borlin firo department ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

I-1 imnamnnrMrais be? " " ; fj wpiafjssA'ir LOGAN, OHIO IN DAYS O' H US KIN' BEES. There's been a ehango In kontry Hto, ' Slnco I was courtln' Jane, .A sort o" what Ihoy call roform, Whul nln't tor mo quite plain; Vho times liov altered mighty, tho', An' no ono over bom Thorn gals arena' wbut ustor wus, In days) o' huskln' hern. 3fow folltrt :ilr nclln' ilroltul stiff, An1 leavo the homost'.d farm; Somehow tlio Itcntry ways air drear, An' lost tholr mnglo charm Jest so, because, twlxt you nn' me, An' nil men, II jou plonso, Them gals ain't 'roun' what ustcr wns, In nays o' huskln' bees. Folks cry aloud o' such "hard times," Yls, evory thing goes back; O' debt', mlsfortln' an1 slch like, Thar' 'peam to bo no Black Somehow, I kinder 'suado myself. When taltln' o my ease, Them gals ain't 'roun' whut ustcr wus, In duy-to' buskin' bees. There's .Take an John hev 'gun tor spree, An' turn things upsld donn, .An' I dcolnr thar' nln't a lnd nut whut has lost Ills crown; Itlght well thar's re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1890. WiKHupj uiyffnwwjv.rnmwiinMwiffwi ' v ihwwibh THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. U.W.UREIIM. A.. H. "Wilson, l'ropiletoi Editor. Jinteredal the Post-offlccatlogati ffs Second-class matter. HEM0CIUT1C STATE TICKET. Secretary of Stalo TIIADDHUS K. CROMLTCY, of Pickaway County. Supreme J,udo GEO 11013 B. OKEY, ofFranUHti County. CM ember of Board of Public Works. LEOPOLD KEIFEH, of Miami County. jDPlOClUTIC COUNTY TICKKT. Probate .ludgo WILLIAM T. ACKER. Clerk of Court, U J J. LAPPEN. Tioustirer, I) II. ALLEN. Prosecuting Attorney. J. H. UIASON. Inllrmary Director, ISAAC A. WIUGHT. Commissioner ABEL CAUPlCNTEIt. Surveyor JAMES DAVIS. )' For Congressman 13th Dist. IRVINE DUNGAN, of Jackson county. Member of State Board of Equal ization, JOHN ACKLEY. Democrat ie JTceUtips. Hon Irviho Dungan, Hon N. It. Hysell and others will address the people at Cauiiox Hiil Sat. Even ing Oct, 18, 1890 and at Jons, on Monday Evening, Oct. 20, 1890. Hon Irvine Dungan, Hon J. II...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

TUB OIXIO DBMOCBAT SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 890. This paper noes 'to press Fridtiy di)hW(f. at 8 o'clock THE ..OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, report to us tapo worms Pastures hold out well. Corn-husking 'tlmo Is now at hand. John Notestono enmo over from Perry Thursday. Tho now School Ilotiso Is to bo completed by next August. Chas. Itoso has boon In Cincin nati sovoral days this week. Dr. Mansfield has been on tho sick list for sovoral days this wook. Special train to Qallipolis and return Sunday, October 19th. Faro .$1.C0. The Republicans of this county aro not in hearty support of AV. T. .Lowls. An increaso and re-lssuo of pension has boon granted to Har vey Stultz. A. E. McGrath of McArthur was in tho city a short tirao yester day morning. It is amusing for W. T. Lowis to bo giving his views on unfami liar questions. Elinor 0. Pottitt and wife of tho Boys Industrial School wero in town Saturday. q The Ohid' democrat is tho best Democratic paper in tho vnl- loy. Subscribo now. - Ono fare fo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

TTrm OHIO MMOOKAT, LOGAIT, OHIO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1890. fc f I, f w TWO BABY FEET. SW(7mj baby feet, so jilnlc and fnlr; Saroiall J liold tliom both within my hnnil, JVorl tending low, I lilss thorn tonJcrly, With Uioughts which nono but mothers un derstand. Irrotocacbllnoof dnlnty baby g-race, Which, those dear foot unconsciously possoss, .Dear dimpled fcotl how lonRor short a wny Yoa haro to Journey; who can tell or gucsst 2ear ltttJe fret, that He yet all unstained ly contact with a world, by Bin dcfllad; Sir mother-heart prays God most fervently That alio will guide thoso restless foot, my child. And tending o'er thy peaceful couch, I nslc Unanswered questions of thy future days: I long to know If theso donr feet will trend Upward or down, through rough or pleasant wnjs. I can not tell; It Is not ratno to know What God, In wisdom, for my child hath planned, And It Is best, dear one, that It Is so, Kor human reason might not understand. iJut Ho who guides the timid sparrow's...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

THE OniO DEMOOKAi1, X.OG-AJST, OHIO, SATURDAY. OCTOJiElt 18, 1890. itMftactt.Tr.ifMmntBUjeaua.i Manm7tirma&m FARM ANDJ3ARDEN. A PIGGERY. A Fplonilld Itonltlniico for tlio I'Irh, Hot It Unal Money. Tho main, part of this piggery (hIiowii in figures 1. - and 8) is 20x41) tout, nr4 0 foot high, with oulsldo pons 7xlTy foot. It is sot on chostnut posts 3 ID ID t I l " 'IT- I I via. . rt.onu it.an op rioonuv. foot Crom ground. Partitions and floors tiro S-lnoh homloclc. Tlio troughs aro tC-lnch oak plank. Partitions hotwoon entry and pens nro hullt slanting down 'to top of troughs, so that tho hogs con not got Into thorn. Doors ns tho ends, fio. 2. rioar.KYj arm: i:m.vatio;.. and windows at tho front aide. Entry Is 3Ja foot wido. Tho floor slants 3 lncios in 10 foot, -and tho floor oE out sldo pen slants 1J inches. This building is stdod with common Biding; shinglo noof, and hemlock hatao. Tho two ventilators tend to no. 3 rjoo-nnv; knd EtcvATioK. ioop tho pons froo from bad odor. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 October 1890

THE ITIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1890. J.0RD CHESTERFIELD NYE, JIc Gives "Anxious inquir er a Few Valuable Points. Dints on Mnrrlngc Amiivcr.inrios. New Varlt World .J "Anxious Inquirer," of Wost Pos iohvalto's Crossing, this .State, writes to know authoritatively tho several names and tablo of distan ces between tlin vnriouH wedding anniversaries known throughout this country, and also tlio station ery and etiquette of the elito which is customary. "Anxious Inquirer" also adds: "Wo live plainly horo in ;i sort of hand-to-mouth fashion, but wo arc great hands for gnycty, and my husband would just mako you tliu a-luiighltig when he get,s to cutting up. Wherover ho goes lie is tho life of tho party. I call him .Little Sunbeam, though ho is quito good size, but lias to nave a now gore put into his waistcoat every year, whet her it is a barn raising or a revival I care not, you will always find a group of surprised and de lighted admirers hanging about my Little Sunbeam. Wo thoughto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

i f THE. OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICII NY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. ; All Kinds ofiTobyVrtntlribnono ' at LO WEST PItlCES. VOL. V. NO. 17 LOGAN. O., SATURDAY, OCT. 25, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 'ii THAN More News for Less Money. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, 860,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does n general banking buslncsa. Foreign Drafts mul Steamship Tickets for Bale nt low est rates. OFFICE, lloom No. C, Opera House. Lawrkhck A. Coi.vkk, President. Qeouok W. Pci.i.kn, Vice- Trent. Ueuiibn D. Cclveh, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in. TA XIEB wmiD? nm Vim l VjI I fM III lEDYHAB 3L o In pursuance of law, I.BonJamin II. Allen, Tronsuror of said County of Hocking and State of Ohio, horoby notify the Tax Payors thereof, that tho ratos of taxation for tho year A. D. 1890, aro correctly stated in the following table, showing tho numbor of mill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

THE OHIO DEMOOKAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SAl'tmJDAY, OCTOBER &5, 1890. the ohiq oehogrjit. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Fmqoino is abolishod In tho Boston chools. Tnre cotton crop ot Brazil la above tho nvorago. CowonnssMKN havo but two months at homo this year. Tine Jnpanoso aro about to establish a cottony in Moxlco. Russia lms a lawsuit still ponding which is 500 yoars old. On a Connecticut railroad in a nows ooy olghty-two yoars old. Miciiioan unlvorslty has twonty-flvo Japanosc studonts this yoar. An Iowa woman has namod hor twin daughters dasollno and Korosono. Oeoror Vanhkiiuit.t's ambition Is to colloot tho flnost library in Amorica. Tub Emporor of Germany says his grand droam is tosco Eurono pacified. Neakly 10,000,000 acros of tho publio domain woro patontcd to sottlors last yoar. Dr. Aqnus, o( Chicago, claims to havo hypnotized men at a distanco of oight miles. BttEGniN'a of buffaloes in captivity is a now Industry in tho Dakota agricultural world. A lawsuit bogun 200 yoars ago...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 October 1890

THE OHIO UEUOCrt-LT, LOGAX, OHIO, SATUBIAr, OCTOBER 25, 1890. BABYHOOD. I fttvor see n baby's eyes, Soolnnoccntly bright, I I norer hear tho cooing Totes, I roll of a sweat delight, Tlut thoughts will cotno of futuro fcri (! Of porrows, blunt with Joy ( For ovory llfo, howovor bright, , lias something of alloy. I never hoar a baby's cry, 1 Of either fear or pain, Ami hear tho Joyous, rippling laugh j That follows quick ngaln, , tint thoughts will como of blttor tenrs t On somo fnr-dlstnnt day, And of tho laugh that thoa Trtll strlvo , To hlda tho griot away. Tho clasping hands and toddllngfeet, How engcr to bogtn Tlio rneo of llfo, nor know, nor think , How much to loso or win. Oh, baby smiles I oh, baby wllos I Oh, happy baby play I You ore to hungry, caro-worn souls i What sunshlno Is to day. Jcnnlo E. Lynll, In Lndlos' Homo Journal. SEEN IN PRINT. Curiously Arranged Advortlsmonta That Attrnot Attontlon. Many of The so Qnnlnt lilts Found la L'n glund Somo of tlio Kurllost Adver ti...

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