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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 November 1890

CSS5S2SES25SSsSK fim5- - TfV&f. W " w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1890. :i. I A IJUKSTION. WILLIAM It. 11U.11ISUI.Ij. As Annie was currying tho bnby ono day, Tossing aloft Iholtiliip of Inanity, Dear In Hi fiitlirr unit mother nn doubt, To tin' rest of the world n inoro lmniiof humanity. Sum onmonloiig, nuil wnstlilnkliiB,i)My bo, Villi ns uuicli of Aiinlo nn rUo of llic baby. "Just look nt thu bnby' cried Aim Inn flutter Hiving tin locks round her finger n twirl; "1 f 1 was n mnn 1 know 1 conldu 't Ho keeping my hands off n donr llltlo girl;" And Sam g.ivo mo n wink, ns If to say, "Mny be, Of thu girls I'd riilbcr hug you llinu the baby." "Now kiss It, "she cried, still hugging It closer. "lis mouth llko tho roses tho honey beo Hips." Sum stooped to obey, mid ns bends enmo to gether, There elmncod lo arise n confusion of lips. Anil nn It ocenrr cd It might linvo been, may bo Thnt coch got n kiss, Sam, Ann nnd tho bnby. It's hard to tell what Just then was tho matte...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

if'HTt.'T n-riirftir-f -,a"i 'ttaaraa.aS.ii&frfcfei fcfftvi- Auditors OCflco )6 LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money, YOIi. Y. NO. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOYEMBER, 15, 1890. TERMS, 1.50 PEE, YEAR. 'TT--1Wreffmm3 '.. j , . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT r" - - jTV - r .- ITV job office I UR I JI-TTfYI IFMOf RAT I All Kinds of Job Printing Doncl I I J fl M M W . P I i1 W U 1 J 3 k E - iiiiiiijji f.ii i i ii f i ;r'..t. t J 20 i ti N THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP LOGAN. Casli Capital, . $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n Roncrnl banking business. Foreign Drafts iiml Steamship TIckcM for sale nt low est rules. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House. L.witKNOR A. Our.VEn, President. Oi:oitou W. I'um.k.v, Vico Presl. Hcuukn D. Cui.vnit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Botvcn, Cashier. Docs u ccneral banking...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

Mnk&MM iSmtm il THE OHBO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Artificial bananas, BtulTodnnd scant ed nro a novelty In fnnoy Roods. Accoittn.vo to Mlchnol Davltt, Iroland has 8150,000,000 In savings banks. Counteiifuit sllvor dollars aro In cir culation In VIoksburg and vicinity. Tun China Sea and Bay of Fundy aro tbo two roughest sons In tho world. Tui:mU Is a man of sound mind and moraory In McDonough, Ga., 125 years jld. A cioahette stump plckor-up of Paris bas just died leaving to his holrs 100,000 Xrancs. MlI8. COHNKI.IUS VANIIEltMLT uses 1,000 calling cards In tho courso of a soason. The nvorago longth of llfo Is greater In Norway than In any othor country In Europe It Is said that thoro nro 15,000 brass bands In this country, with 100,000 per formers. Toi.btoi lias loft off smoking olgar ettes as a luxury unsultod tohlsprosont principles. Two thousand two hundrod trains leavo London ordinarily ovory twonty Jour hours. At tho best English country housos Bopnrato tables f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

?Sfefl ,Wjf,iri t.l'T ' -"-I"-Ti V.')IHMl111imB.l ... ..-....... ni So -waai aa TJDOD OHIO DEMOCRAT, iO&AN, OHIO, SATUKDAT. NOVEMBER 15, 1890. 9WKHSttwrssmri3MM9SKP! 1 rais. A Remarkable Change in the Chief Executives. Democratic Governors in Penn sylvania, Massachusetts, Wis consin, Nebraska and Michigan. Prohibition Dofoatod in Nebraska by njLai'go majority. Kansas Goes to tho Farm ers' Alliiincc. Republicans Disastrously XJefontoil in tho Gongrosstonnl Elootlona, and tho Noxt Ho uso Will Bo Lartjoly Domocratlc. CntCAGO, Nov. 0 Tho following Congros Ional table la bisod on tho Assool tod Press dispatches received up to 12:13. Doth flgur03 and estimates In tlio dispatches huvo been used: States. Dcm. Rep. Alabama 7 1 Arkansas B California .. 0 Colorado I Connecticut 3 1 North Dakota 1 South Dakota 2 Dolnwaro 1 Florida 2 tlcorglu 10 .. Illinois 13 8 Indiana! 11 2 Iowa 5 0 Kansas S 2 Kentucky 10 1 Louisiana 0 .. Maine 1 Maryland 0 Massachusetts 7 G Michigan ,7 4 Minnesota 3 2 Mis...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATUBPAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. ; m iii m THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.liREHM. A.. H. Wilson, - - Proprletol Editor. En tercel at the Post-oj)lcc a ILoyan pci Second'class matter. Puck might lnvvo boon President if ho had also written a had girl. What does that esteemed Dcm neratic light, known as tho Now York Sun, now think of the ques tion of tariff reform. "Kino Bon" of Ohio, is vindica ted. Tho Pennsylvania election indicates that the people of his own Stato thinks Quay a public thiof. What a blessing for his party, that McKinley was moved to put balm of Gilcad on the free list. A full grown tariff on tho quantity they will need for tho uso of de feated candidates would havo Im poverished them. Mn. Ajjjjl Caupkntku was in town on Tuesday, as smiliug and pleasant as ever. Mr. Carpenter was badly treated by Democrats on the 4th. for which they should feel ashamed. There can bo no valid oxcuso for defeating a Demo cratic nominated candidate. Re publicans only smile at the ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

K s xenuf tnumuumi i,,f ,f r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. ." n This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE )HIO BBMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Rain. M uddy rotids. Quail shooting. . Thanksgiving tho 27th Inst. Bring on your thanksgiving turkoys. Christmas is six weeks from last Thursday. Subscribe for tho Democrat and got ail tho news. Mathins & Murphy are plaster ing their Store Boom. Common Pleas Court begins one week from Monday. Thoro is in tho neighborhood of ono hundred cases on docket. Wo are happy to state that Chas. M. Gould is improving in health. Frank Kesslor and his now wife have returned from their wed ding tour. Miss Idelia Plunk and Clara Hopkins aro spending a few days in Haydenvillo. Buckeye Bouto Excursion Nov, 17. and 18, to Dayton, Tenn. and Florence, Ala. The Logan Lodge of Good Templars will hereafcr meet on Wednesday evening. Senator Lowry, C. H. Buerahus, Charles Rose and S. Weldy, attend ed the Thurman banquet. Go south when rates ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

j. CSJW 1 iT ' ' 4lll! 'H THE OHIO DBMO0KATt'LOGAIT, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. nrTi.,i- e:: i 1 :&u J...JS! LOGAN, OHIO A PARABLE OF THE GATES. "Elo shall man surely snvo his soul?" T as sunset liy tho Jordan. Gates OCllplit wero dosing, and tho whole Vast heaven hung dnrkenod as the fates. "Haw shall man surely save his soul J" he laid. (tji Jell the ltlugly dny, discrowned and deaA. Oben Christ nld: Hear this Parable: Two men set forth to Journey fast Jail reached a placo cro darkness fell .And clocd tho gates cro they had passed. Two worthy inon, each freo nltko of sla. Out one did seek most suro to enter In. A.irt bo when In their path did 1-vy A cripple with n broken staff, Tills ono did pass straight on his way, Whllo ono did stoop atld glvo tho half His strength, nml all his bread did nobly giaro Till they ut sunset saw their city fair. Then he who would mako sure ran fast To reach tho goldon sunset gate, Where r.iptalns and proud chariots passed, Hut lo' this pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

r "' ' 4?1K. - "- T-'TITt V" ""- . tu..-.-..,.-....,... r,,r.r.m rtT-f tf)T.n.sTH!iJr,;fa Tnm OHIO DHMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAT, NOVEMBER IB, 1800. r 'jr FARM AND GARDEN., POTATO KNIFE. A Good Knlfo unit Ono Anybody Onght to llo Ablo to Mnlto. I inoloao description of n potato knlfo that I mrtdo Mint works to perfection. It was mailu from a broken enso knlfo, n3 follows: ' Fllo grooves with tho corner of a fllo noross tho blndo ulonp; tho linns A and V, Vig, 1, cutting olt tho parts 0 and D, leaving n pointed blado two unci :i half inches long. Fllo tho odgo of blndo sharp and tho baok of blado nearly to nn edge, except oloso to tho handlo, vlioro tho finger will pross against It. In using, filing ontlroly on tho sldo oppoilto tho ono shown In tho cut, making this sldo oval and leaving tho sldo toward you flat. Thus sharp ened, tho blado turns moro readily In cutting than If sharponcd on both Bldos. Flnhh tho odgo on whotstono. F13 I -SMESS Noxt hoat the end of tho blado rod hot ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 November 1890

MMMMMgmlgjnillPUH!,p.Jh-fa il iiDJNAIIilCgg IHmWl WPP WPI I IL I I II II "'' I I 'mtm - ,V V y , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1890. c? "IVHL'N MASKS AIM! IiAU) ASIDE. .When the monit1it;diiv,ns In beauty On llio cerlisllng bills, And (lie golden wing nt'duty liTiiiurstltimigU tliu llppllnj; rills; AVIinl ii eliungo will greet our vhlon As we step beyond the title, i In (lie limit of sweet clMilnii When the liinsksnio liilil itstile. Mnny brlKlitly beaming faces That wciscd to think o fair, ' Will lino nil tln-lr Momlrjtu. ginecs In the elonr light over tbpio; .rortbo shndoMslhiit were lilitdeti 'Neath thocnftlily gulioof prldo, Anil tlio sins, will r.liow imblilileii When llio masks nro Inlil aside. Many wlm teemed poor itml lowly, Pns-ed uhnotlccd by the wiiy, "Will, with indlnnt bounty holy, Stind wltblu that belli nlay, Many whorecincd s'llnlstirmeekncss. Ileiuly nil the world tuehlile, Will prou hypocrites of weakness, A ben llio masks mu lalilnclilc. Tbero',11 be t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

"" TTfc "IT:lf-'?t L" Ahin. ors 0m 00 irtV LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. mure news wr loss iuuiicy. 5 TOL.Y. NO. 21 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1890. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 'M T"to A Ti re a s 1 JL L-iL JL JL i fir xii irj'jn -j.' I'jauj'jn. Vi w THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN, Cnsh Capital, - $G0,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general bunking business. Foreign Drafts una Steamship Tickets for salo nt low a st rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawkknck A. Cci.vr.n, President. Gkoiiqk W. PUI.1.KN, Vice Prcst. ItEunEN D. Culveii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGA2T, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to J p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives doooslts, discounts paper, mid buys and sells Exchange. BANK In central room in the James ,Illoc oclc. ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, (Dollison...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

"W "jr!m!'v '4,,'wev,'" wmvmpmwi&P s y,vn'rmimw'' TEE OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGrAST, OHIO, &ATTJRDAT,, NOVEMBER SS2, lJO. --'- - THE OHIO DEHOORAT. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Till? Yosomlto valloy has had 3,500 visitors this soason. TrtEBi: aro 550 light-houses round tho coast of tho United St.itos. August MnvEii Is serving his sovonth torm In tlin Missouri ponltonMsfry. Tnn ndvanco In tho prlco of coroals causod an Increased planting of wheat. Mrw. Ai.icn Sua.w la obout to start sport a whistling tour around tho world. Wit. E. Uussi:r,r, Govornor-oloct ol Mtrssachusotts, is but ttilrty-throo yoara old. Nutmeos and raaco, two of tho prlnol pal splcos of commorco, grow In tho samo pod. Ik Now South Wales tho railroads aro obllgod to carry school chlldron for nothing. A GOATKSVII.T.B (Pa.) farmor raisod a pumpkin that is so big ho can not got It into his collar. Mn. Or.AnsTONit dislikes tobacco in svory form. IIo has a profound dlsliko for no.w clothes. RnroiiTS como from Northom M...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

imiVMmMKrmtiatawl n, ... . , aFlMfMMin ik 030 OlltO bSMOOtUtt, LOGrAtf, OHIO, SATTTJlDAY, ttOVOSMBER U2, I89d. Cfl US2Mm ,,. fft DAY. AGK to tlio homo of childhood, Though sent torcd far and wide, Back to tlio dour old kitchen, Yos, back to your mother's sido. Come, It 1 8 s her wrinkled foro hend, Herhnlr.niwhito ns snow, And sit down on her foot-stool, As in tho long ngo. Whllo father bonds ntiovft vnn. wm iiu iuu ttcigin or yonrs, Ills trembling voico with gladness Ills dim cyoi fllled with tonrs. To both tho grentest pleasure Tho year brines on its wnv Itf.t. H.l,t. ,. I . . . Is this, 0;o glnd homo-coming Upon Thanksgiving day. Onco moro tho rooms ro-ccho From kltchon, stnlrs nnd hall, Tho sound of old-timo voicos, And merry dinner call; Vhllo mnny swcot grandchildren, With laughter light nnd gay, Como pressing round tho table, This glad Thanksgiving doy. Bo como, yo sons and daughters, From rostless city strifos Come, oro you loso your rolish For tho qulot joys of llfoj Como b...

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. — 22 November 1890

"H$.W W"' W' TUT",-"J" " 'Tvmfm&i'-w:.B$ "33V mqgpm TWifWPfjpfisjjw?'' I i ,iWin.nwiitegmniMU'un'i-"'y1J-r? " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Q.W.1IREHM. Ptoprlctot Editoi. A.. H. "Wilson, - JBntcrcdatthcPost-offlccatLogan as Sccond'clats matter. Uoui.ANGiut is French for Fora cr;T. y. World Tin: consensus is against tlio census. iT. Y. World. Govi'.unoh Campbell1 was the guest of the Commercial Club of Cincinnati on Tuesday night. It is strange hdw littlo ono sees in the in Republican newspapers, nowadays, concerning President Harrison. What has become of "Buoy McKcc," anyhow V Tiiubb are three States which ,wero fairly envriod by tlio Demo crats that the Republican politic ians are trying to save through fraud and technicalities. They are New Hampshire, Connecticut and South Dakota. The Chandlers and Tlatts evidently think that their party has a vested right in tlio of fices with which even the people have no business to interfere. Refjuuiing to the proposal that .Congress shall gerrymande...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

ttMVmvrkEi """'"" TT-imu THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1890. & Dp This paper goes to press atScfotooh Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Court convoncs iSIondny. I. N. Slatzcr is on tlio sick list. Tho Republican party is broko 1u two. r-Harry Hose was in Lancaster Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Pursoll wcro in Xtolumbus Tuesday. A postofllco lias boon establish ed at Longstrcth, O. Will ifaitio of Plcasantville, is wisiting friends in Logan, John Hansen is putting a now ,slnto roof on his resldoncc. No papor in this county is read as much as tho Democrat. Tho Crescent Club will givo a dance on Thanksgiving ove. Miss Bertha Jones, of Athens is visiting Mrs. Wm. Wcitzell. 0. W. II. Wright was at Now Straitsville Tuesday on business. Jacob Hopstetter of .onday, was hero Tuesday on business. Natural gas is petering out at Lancaster as fust as time will per mit. Dr. J. B. Young of Newark, and., mado a call at this office Tues .. ' ! Mrs. Mary Evans is visiting her aged...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

." Wtmt,?rA.iAy -?H .; w Btf.1,'vpH'-V, ' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1800. ,?"-V F r P. 4 r rat C"f THEO LOGAN, OHIO. IN AN OLD ORCHARD. SHratlitnkof mo alirny 09 dca( anil volcelijs, Slaving no memory for tlmo or things, Gnwatchral of tho passing of tlio seasons Unmindful o! tuo fluttering of wings. JUrt wist not that through all tho winter weather. An over mo the snow Us tvhlto not woavc9, As sharp winds whistle down tho tmrron passes, Mjr cannt arms hunger for tho coming leaves, Jiait law; onco moro to sco tho buds ran riot Among my llchoned branches baro nml gray, Tahear again the nesting birds go wooing JVtlcmm my bordors all tho livelong day. .15jK-xvrcs Rive welcome when tho birds wing homeward JTrotn Southern winter Into Northorn spring, JLruI In tho lato fall days tho samo leaves linger Tosco tho last bird southward turn Us wing. "Wliea through tho vanished years liavo I for ottcn In early spring to sot my ways nblow, 'TO Bine broad leaves adown t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

ratia omo bemocba Logan ohio, satuiidat. November us, isoo. - in J .A FARM AND GARDEN. GET READY FOR ICE. Han for a Good Though lnoxpomlvo Icu llntiso. To ohonply build n (rood Ico-houso for forty to fifty tons, mako it lilpj li, so that but Uttlo roof la required. Tho founda tion should bo throo foot bolow tbo surfneo to nvold frost. Two Btorlop, ftf toon by Blxleon is about right. Double doors must oxtond to tlio roof. Tlio cornor posts must bo rnbbotod na shown to rocolvo tho matched boarA lining. On tho outsldo of thoso poyts a llfrht lramo should bo covered with hoavy building papor two and one-half Inches from tho lining and ono and ono-half to two lnohos from tho papor, tho covorlnrr should bo nailed on lightly. This work loavos two doad air spaces botwoon tho sunshlno nnd tho ico nnd no sawdust paoUlng will bo noodod. A ventilator in tho shnpo of a bllndod window should bo placed in both gablos under tho roof and tho best of drainngo must bo pro vidod bolow. In tho cut tho o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 November 1890

rpw? nT' iWfl- "TSfV -,,- YT;-fwK!yr,a'1','-' ',S?P8Si!tqPBI??B'WT',. -"sWpPWS THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1890. tUmyw.'WWTWUri IJ H-MLHJ1 "H-Mirw RflWJWW iiram k 3 M f IP M PHANTOM SHIPS AND SAILORS The Wniifluring Tiiilinimui tuul tho Murderous Gjor- mnn Baron. To (ho Dutchman wo Imvo to look for (ho original of phantom .ah p tales, which form about the most faimfllar ol sen legends. Tho ,fnmnus ship that remains o(T tho capo as tli harbinger of wreck and woo Is n Dutohuiau, whoso skipper dresses In yellow, wears u night cap, smokes a short pipe and is al ways kind enough to iieuvo in sight when a vessel is going to founder ,or run ashore. Tho idea is, of course, .that tho old fellow has been trying or soveral centuries to doublo tho .capo and not nianago it with his sold tub. Ho is so Jealous of others vho succeed that ho deliglits In tdoing all ho can to frighten away .competitors. "There Is, however, another spec ter that haunts these waters. Years nud years ago u...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 November 1890

-""--'"'"i-Ti I iff- -Audita. " u ?i n-irsiwisytv jv.ff' .'yct', wv? v WrT'T- v-kt; (THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 TheOhi JOB OFFICE. .1M Kind of Job Printing Done j at LOWEST P JUICES. VOL. V. KO. 22 LOGrAK, O., SATURDAY, jSTOYEMBEH 29, 1890. TEUMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. dA - m mr - f'H W A T to FLARGER CIRCULATION! I J !H S I Bff i A I THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. JL-JL L Ivy V.X.j!1l A More News for Less Money, b THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOOAN, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Dopoalts secured by Individual Inability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for Bale at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. C, Opera Honsc. Lawhrnok A. Culvek, President, a gouge v. pullkn, Vice Prcsl. Uruiien D. CukVEit, Cashier. o -Yraxr zr,je.a.:d THE 1 i COSMOPOLITAN, THAT BRIGUT.'SPARKLING MAGAZINE? ft THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. ra. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. iTohn Walker, President. Chas. E. Jioweti, Cashier. Boos a ...

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. — 29 November 1890

"tJfP'r?nifWW,Wwa ' ' TOD. OHIO DBMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAT, yOYJBMBEll 29, 1890. 1 I v 4 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPIOS. IK 1890 10,000,000 dozon Ofrga woro lm portod. Paiiis Is flvo tltnoa as largo as It was In 1800. Jamks KrciTir, of Cftldwoll, Tox., has a board sovon foot long. Eighty-two por cont. of all public school-tonchors aro women. A FAiMinu at Northoast, Pa., cloarod H00 on two aoros of grapes. Dn. I'ruiir. Is ono of tho physicians cntraifod In tho Koch oxnorlmonts. A Dakota f armor has raised by Irriga tion 400 bushels of potatoos per noro. One of tho flnost poaoh nursorlos in tho Wost Is locatod at Lowiston, Idaho. Smitiifii-.M), Va., did a business of moro than S500.000 in peanuts last yoar. Tun numbor of oxllos to Slborla this yoar, up to Octobor 1, amounts to 10,000 souls. Stekt. bracolots, nocklacos and brooohos aro roportod to bo coming into fashion. In tho past 40 years from 3,000 to 2,500 mllos of now stroots havo boon formed in London. Attac...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 November 1890

f Tilt itl'Bi imUMtfUMi i , THE OHId DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1800. I MEMORIES. Wcro nro strains cil swoot muslo through mom ory ringing, Bubducd In thy hush of tho longthontng yoars; Ihoy nro volcivi ol loved ones now hushed from their slngl.ig Dloil out In tho rush of tho gathorlnptoars. Vhoro nro perfumes bo rnro thoy yot llngor around us Ami groot us ng.ln In n dosolnto hour; Vo think of tho t.cs of nUcctlon that bound us At tho breath of tho roso or tlio Jasmins flower, "Thoro nro volcos 'jro hear whero tho plno trees nro sighing, Thnt whisper tho song of n day that has flod, .And up from our hearts como tho echoes re plying From mcmorleii onco that wo fancied were dead. 7o scont tho wild flowers nnd wo hear tho bees humming, And sco tho lovod faces of youth from nfnr Tls only a wanderer lazily strumming Somo nlr of our childhood upon his guitar. And wo think of tho past nnd wo learn of tho present, And wo dream of tho llfo In tho futuro to bo, As wo sit In...

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