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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 December 1886

The Ohio Democrat. minim & whiti:, publisher. LOGAtf. s : OHIO. MAY GOD BE WITH YOU I fiooit'hyo, Rooil-byol It Is tlio Bwootost tik'tiltirr Tlint fulls (rnm mortal litis on motlnl cnr, Tin wenkno-B nf our Immntitcivo ccn chsIiik, Tno promise tlmt it lovo moro Htruut; la nciir Mny Goil bo Willi Yon t Wliy do weeny It when tlio tonrn arc Blurt litis? . . Why tnuit n wont so Mvpetbrlnproiilypnln? Our lovo noeins nil sulllolent 'till tho iitrtlie, Ami then wo feci It till Impotent unit vu In. Mny flotl ho With Voul Hotter thnn earthly present. o'en the ilt'nri'Ht Is tlio i;t out blessing tlmt our p.irtlnp) hrhiKi l'or In tlio loneliest momenta (toil Is ncnri'Ht, Ami frnin our sorrows heavenly oomrotlB hpilni;, If (toil bo With Us. liooiMiye, (xooit.byo! Willi Intent btoath wo miy It, A lomicy oLfnlth nml hoiu nml lovo; l'nrlln;; uiiixT i-omu o ran not lnnu delay It, Hut, line In Iltm vo hope ' meet nltovc, lftioil bo With Us. O mny lln buMo nml hlessnutl hoep you over, llu ho la nt...

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. — 11 December 1886

V - T FOREIGN GOSSIP. Iltid'tft Is to lmvo a railroad tunnel Unco tnllas long, nt rt costof i5:t,OUO,000. Tlio Kintierorof China's now llirano nt Slmnpjlml Is to havo lis foiinilntlon nnd pedestal innilo of gold br'oks. Threo ymrs Is nbottl tlio nvornga nctlvo strcci lifn of horriiin in Lotulon, ngnlnst sixteen to twenty yours in thlu country. A New Zealand cb'of claimed a pleco of land on which ho had settled on tlio ground that bo had onton tlio pro ceding ownor. Tlio s x hundred French army cat, whoso dutv it is to catch mlco In Ihu cloth ng Rtnro-houscs, nro to havo their rations reduced, since thoyhavo become too fat and hv.y. Klnr? Thonbnw'H stalo chariot has lately been exhibited in London. It is of the pattern used In Eurotio ono hun dred years ago, nnd it Is liberally coat i:d with sheet gold, inlaid with shoots of ghiS3. Within ther is room for only ono person. There nan been formed In London nn association, "Tlio feocicty for tho Prevention of Hyrirophob'n and tlio Ho for...

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. — 11 December 1886

wnt-iup;a.' i vaTtijmmmimmLimjm!mrtvsmmmfrmmmmTmm HWTJiMUJW OlUniiil Ci'oi Report. The fojlowing estimates tire based jipon reports received by tho Httitc Hoard from its corps of regular township correspondents, und fairly leprowits the condition of crops ond stock, December lat, 1880. Tho comparisons for area are with the last crop, Comparisons for condi tion of plant are with a full aver ago condition: "Wheat Area sown for harvest of 1887, 101 per cent; estimated number of acres, 12,711,2!!!); condition pf plant, 07 per cent. .Rye Area sown for harvest pf 1S87, 07 per cont.; t'stimated num ber of acres, p!!,507; condition of plant, 08 per cent. IJarJoy Area sown for harvest of 1S87, 08 per cent.; estimated number of acres, 00,010; condition of plant, OS per cent. Corn Product, compared witli a full average, 85 per cent.; quality, 01 percent. ijjye Stock Average condition, f)0 per cent.; hogs, marketed com pared with the total number fed, 51 per cent. In the southern and western po...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 December 1886

4 .( a The Ohio Democrat. " 4- VOL. I. KO. 25. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1886. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. -.'f IK r THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured, by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars! Docs it Roncrnl banking buslncsi. Foreign Drafts nntl Htcuinshlp Ticket for sale- lit low est rules. ,l ' -OPFICEy Rooni Ifo.Gj Opfefftjlonse. liAWRKNdE A. Oui.VKli, President, r OKOiiOElW. Pui.i.en, Vice Trent. IIburek n. Cui.vnn, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John WalUcr, President. C'has. E. Bo wen, Cashier. Dood a general banking bnslnes, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys nnd Hells Kxchnngc. BANK In central room In tlio Jnmcs nloeTt. ATTORNEYS. G. V. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law 'and Notary Public, DolliHon Building Logan, O. Collection! of Claims, Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, LeHes, Contracts, Deeds, Wills, Mcclinnle's Lleiw, Ac, drawn and ac...

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. — 18 December 1886

The Ohio Democrat, nnCUM & WHITE, Publisher. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tnr. orange crop has bom a dead failure In Louisiana, QnNRttAL O. O. HowxnD cries for defensos Ifor ttio l'aclflo coast. One New York lady lays out $100 a year an Items for a pet doe. Fiuinir. fires hare devastated 3,500,000 cres In Toxai tbU year. Connecticut has 20,714 acres of oyster crnuml under cultivation. Nine pearl peas, In a bolt-open goldon mod, make a new hair-pin. B.now Is lying two ami one-halt feot doop tin portions of Now Hampshire. I.N Lehigh County,rB., turkeys aro driven to market in droves, llko cattlo. PlBSlDR!fT CLEVELAND SllVcd about $25,- WO, from his first year's salary. Tim Austrian government has prohibit ed tho American gume of poker. "Sonskt" Cox says It is likobeinfin Taradlso to cot back to America. CniOAGO has a toboggan slide TOO feet long and Brooklyn one 280 feet high. A man in Newfoundland claims to hare caught a codfish weighing 112 pounds. A KKEK Charlestonlau is selling...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 December 1886

The Ohio Democrat nltEHM & WHITE, l'ubllslior. LOCIA1. : s OHIO. TO A COMET. "NlgHl unto nlnlit flhoweth Ummlcilutv" In whnt fur r unites of undlicovcro'l IIkIiC, Thou rail hint wittidoior of tlin uppor deep, Jllilot t lit) it benln, In lonft nml consoles!) fllnht, Tlunimh spaces wlito thyililulntf enuno to lecop? When nt Creation's morn rnch now-horn ntnr To tliulr Brent Milker woltn tlio blissful non-j, Wns'r then Ho did tlio (joldnti ijitos tinbnr, And rcihI tlioo forth to swell the Heavenly throng? fo vnst tlio spaces whero thy fllRlit hntli liocn, o mortal oyo hntli watched that lllght bo loi o i Thnu phlncHt but a moment, ami nanhi Upon thy way in t nono forovormore. Ilnyoml tlio vcreo whonco tho icmntest sun liiick to our onrth sheds hli coiustlnl inv. Tliou soon wilt pass its thonuh but Jim bo Klin Tho Jouiiioy to thy liomo so fur nwny. I'ntn would wo know thn pocrnts of thy pnth. Ot suns unknown, with syatcins jouiiil them rolli'd, And henvenu nil now, flitoli na tlio p...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 December 1886

i&r?uim'r-'AiNrtr"'-Ts vvttXGaawawxA-vnMmpwyiweirarvnrn n ftM.rLtamvmm. w.i juhbhti hw n pwjw ft vhp i wmjw umw wi n i' ihwmm jiiwwii i? THE-0H10 DEMOCRAT. BREHK & WHITE, Publishers. A. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, PEC. 18 - 1881). EmiiiV Bkown u lady (11) years of ago was murdered In Baltimore, Md., (lie 10 Insl, by two colored men, for the purpose of yetting the price her body would bring ut the Maryland University. ($10.00) John Itoss nnd Albert Hawkins wero ar rested and confessed thulthcyeom nittted the erlnio at the Instance of Anderson Perry the colored janitor at the Institution who has been al so arrested. Ah nn evidence of how the rich and powerful Great Britain takes care of its soldiers who have grown old and infirm In her service we reproduce the following from a Bpecinl to the Ar. Y. World of a re cent dale. Hamiux, N. S., Dec. 12 An old soldier named Bashford was sent to the poorhouse yesterday. He enlisted in the Sixtieth Itoyal Rifles in 1877, served ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 December 1886

I i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Moro lco. Dec, 24, is class dny. Tho Bnzuur at tlio rlnlc, was a success. Milt Martin, of Coonvlllo was In tho city Sunday. Wanted Two line fat turkeys nt this office, on subscription. Mrs. Will Sterott, of Nelson vlllo, visited In Logan tills week. Some of our physicians appear to think our city prison is unhoalty. Tho brick work on tho now mill was completed last Tuesday. D. A. Millor, Supt. Hocking Ca nal, was in tho Capital city Wed nesday. Miss Minnie Jonnort who has boen vlsltlngln Cincinnati has re lumed. Georgo Sponccr was fatally shot at Now Straitsvlllo on Sun day night John W. Work has been con fined to his room by sickness dur ing tho past week. Tho M. E. Sunday Hchool of this place will give an entertain ment Christmas eve. . Mrs. Qricr, of Lancaster, and Miss Itippey, of Pittsburg, visited relatives hero this week. W. N. Guthrie has erected a new Iron fence in front of his resi dence on Hunter street. His Honor, the Mayor was wrestling with tho v...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 December 1886

. e-r ,T FOREIGN GOSSIP. Tho Gorman War Olllco hnsclooldod that all sitb-ollicur.s iiiut learn telegra phy. Aeeord:iig lo rt'eonl slid belles, I horo are '1,070,01)0 inoro women limn muii In Kuropont the present ll'uc. --Tho French Chamber of Deputies has vuted Iho adoption of the lilll pro hibiting (ho salo of olooinnrgarhiu ami kindred Mibslnneos as butter. dowels to thu value of .10,000 frnnqs. deposited In t ho famous grotto of Lourdcs, In honor of tho Holy Virgin, hnvo boon stolen by thluvo. According to the census of Saxony for 18S' tho population of tlm Kingdom was !),18-00i. In Dresden tho popula tion numbered '.'-10,010 and m Loipslo J70,!)10. I'rof. Mnnnssolh recommends tho watermelon as n cheap butollcolivo sub Htituto for grapes in Iho trcatinontof chronic, congestion of tho llvor, chronic intestinal catarrh and similar ullcclioiis. Tliu Archaeological Society of St. Petersburg pro)oscs lo form a museum of Christum nntiuuilio:, of which it Is believed a plentiful supply ...

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. — 18 December 1886

k ME. MANNING'S POLICY. Tho Financial Alms of ttao Admin latratlon Outlined. Some Novel rropoalttoni Advanced In the Itrport of the Secretary of ilie Treasury Sliver, Debt-Paying and Itcduc. Hon of Taxation Discussed. Tlln FINANCES. WAsnwtJTOS, Doc 8. Tlio nnnunl report of Hon; Daniel Manning, Scerotnry o( tho Treas ury, Is a heavy document of nearly twenty-four thousand words. Tho main features of tho re port nro as follows: TUB Btt.VKrt QUESTION. Tho report In opening calls attention to tho ehnnpoof front of Groat Urltaln on tho silver question. For yours tho Drlttsh Government had Insisted on keeping to her own preferences regarding tho cholco of monetary metal and tho minting. "In January of tho present year, howovcr, n correspondence was opened tietneen two tie- Sartmcnts of the Drltlih Kxccutlvo (by tho In innofflco with tho treasury), which marked tho point of a now departure, which resulted In September In tho creation of tho Royal Gold and Silver Commission. Its chairman, a...

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. — 18 December 1886

t -t.TttKt i'm' " ' 'i'iF""'fr"" Yf W st. I' i, jj ijniijgiyr! ,ar; O t iiiTf mrtrv 7i nAW"iTap- -rwnmnrarVftttyiryt'r mvnmtfify?iM'T'wmif' -'. Moulting; Uottnty Tout Questions. fliitimlny, Nov, !fl, 1S8. fYM.lA.liM. I. FlUxo, IC.viiuilnur. Time J li. 20 in, I, Dclltio nil oliiHrto.H of pronouns. 12. Decline sheep, wife mul child. Coinimro bud, little, squnro and faithful. JJ. Doflno relation, ngreement, povormont and ftrrageiiiont. '1. What Is a preposition ? When docs it become nn adverb? 0. Classify verbs and sentences as to form ; as to use, G. What parte of speech arc used lis subordinate connectives ? 7. When does a common noun becomo proper? An intransitive verb, transitivo? 8. Give examples of the use of the Infinitive, as subject, predicate, object of a verb, object of a propo sition And in apposition, 9 and 10. Diagram and parse Jtal icizod words: Ah, well! for us all some sweet hopo lies deeply buried from human eyes; and in the here after, angels may roll the stone from ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 January 1887

tfwi (Winn S.'gPC.j .-j- - JIJW 5 It ' -1 fS "v .V .HI1 "' ' F ' VV- . 1 TTs A r-i- . '' ZA .' V I . JL 9 ?. . " a--a. JA U2 w L-0A,0;SATITR1Y, JANUARY 1..1887. TERMS. 81.50 PER YKAJl. lap MM-mJfm '"W'W'U a-snrwfi r if' ; jp ftd Tk , stir ' ...... ' JM j 1 -. V-M .k , ITJ VS. HV vi r dSF FV5 tf a I I 1-d I -- i I I i JUEMIX W' T.TA T'"l U fM. .,' i II I S" , a a ' a rV'-'j & i- T& ipv tf m. JiJL vuv M. i w i i . , At , "Ck isa w.a. 'Ow. jr zx:z , .rr "i "r"rTi,Tr - t j.. ... ....... h.........i.4!E..K-. ft. N W J iff ; .! t .- I tf. THE PEQBLES'.BANK Of LOOAH, fort Capital,, '.. $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability or over Pour Hundred Thousand Dollars.,., Z i . . frwi n gcuornl ImiilsliiK IihsIdpik. KorrlRii Druns ami Htrniulili Ticket for wile ut u 4.VI THUti. JrFICK, Room No. 5, dpcra IIoiisc. n AWBESCB A. Coi.vkii, I'rcilitpnt. Itiuiiui.s 1). Cui.vr.it, Cnshler, THE FIRST BANK OFTuOGAX, OHIO. , OlUco Hours from 0 a. in. to !J p, nl. Paid in Cash Capital; ...

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. — 1 January 1887

fhe Ohio Democrat. BBHUt wiUTB, l'ubllilier. WX3AH. i omo CURRENT TOPICS. Tnn King of Belgium pays HUnloy (20,000 yoar. Turns lia grcnt religious rovlvnl In Canada. Tun cholera epidemic In Ilucnos Ayroa U on ttio decline. Tun lord mayor's dlnnor in London till yoar cost (9,000. A Ni:w Yoiik brldo, a fow days ngo, had ten bridesmaids. Tiik holiday trndo la lmmonso and shows a plcntltudo of cash. It cost Now York City $70,000 to convict Alderman McQuadp. 1t looks as If Washington and Montana might bo admitted as States. Lanotut intends ondowlng u homo for indigent rcspcctublo women. Mil. Jonks, of Wutorloo, Kan,, has named Ills thlrteonth son Chontiiut Jones. K.sni.isii professional boautlcs are not at tracting much nttontlon tit prcsont. SccmiTAitT Lamaii thinks Lowell tho best mustor of puro Kngllsh now living. America Is exporting plum-pudding to England In considerable- quantities. Tim troublo between tho Knights of La bor und Trades-Unions Is increasing. St. Paul 1ms invested thi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 January 1887

MWlMS I V ili.n jM.l.tPW Hi . V, i& tit .A I d The Onto1 Democrat, nrtEIIH ft WJUTK, I'uullalior. IXJfJAN. t OHIO THE OLD AND NEW YEAR. Tho Rrand old rhlmp nro penlingf wnvo upon wnvo they pour Their Hoods upon Itiu unndu of time, Thnlr muato on the ahoro: And honrts nro wildly heaving. In their tumultuous How, Ana wandering winds n-drlftliip To Now Ycnrs long ngo. Tlio lamps glenm from the city, Tlio llnhts from cot ami linll, O it Riy)y fostodncd windows, ThoduncorV sh.ulnws full! And In tlio homes of childhood, Bwoet, youthful fncos Klow. Whoro Joy nnd mtrtli ns firlRhtly Bllonu forth lon yours ngo. . Without nro gloomy shadows "'' Athwart tho mantlinasnow, And voices upward Htcnll db In whispers from bolow t r Whlln chimes nro ponllng unyly, And honrts nro beating high, Tho Old Yonr's suntls nro gathered To centuries gone by. Tho bolU nro pealing slowly, And solemn Is tho time, A momont and tho heavens King with tho New Year's chlmo. To tho New Year give wolcome, Tho fair,' ...

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. — 1 January 1887

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, BKE1U1 & WHITE, Pnbllahon. A. H. "Wilson, ... Editor, "HATURDAY, JAN. 1 1887. Zam:ski, Vinton Co., voted Thura ilny on thu proposition of Local Prohibition. It failed to curry by ia votes. It la somewhat remarkable that -the Great Apostlo of Local Option, Duncan Dow, does not know how to draw a common Municipal Ordun nnco. But sonio men can never get anything practical Into their heuds. Alas I Alas It Gov. FoitAKJJit Is aaid to bo wrest ling with tho annual bundle of prc vnrlcatlon, (commonly called mess age) and is elaborating to a con siderable extent. We suppose ho will explain why his penitentiary board allows convicts to run loose on the streets of Columbus, and wc suggest that ho also add a chapter on the manufacture of skin canes. Tun death of Logan leaves only four men who hnvo been candidates for tho Vice Presidency. These are Hannibal Hamlin, William A. Wheeler, Geo. II. Pendleton and William II. English. Of these Hamlin and Wheeler were success ful....

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. — 1 January 1887

i (.. U. l , THERMO DEMOCRAT, LOOAL ICTZEIWS. 1887. A Happy New Yeah. Mnko good resolutions. Marshal Delshley la sick. Tho flooring is In tho now mill. "What did you got for Christ mas? Will Bowcn was In Columbus Friday. Tho Club Dnnco wont off smoothly. Christmas was a lively tlmo In this town. Chas. Smith,of Corning, was at il, homo tho 2oth. "Comp" Tcuscher, was at homo for the holidays. Miss Glad Kelly spont Christ mas In Lancaster. Chas, Young and wlfo are at Athens this week. Jesso Gabriel is spending tho holidays at Athens. C. E. Obear, of Lancaster, was in the city Tuesday. J. It. Hclpman moved this week to Macon, 111. Chas. Klenle, of Columbus, was at home Christmas. Miss Jessio White, of Spencer, Ind., is home this week. Howard White, of Chicago, was at home Christmas. Mr. Walter Bates, of Monday, was in Logan Christmas. Mr. Whltehurst, of Winchester was in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. Lew McGill vis ited Athens on Christmas. Annie Schwarz, of Columbus, was in the city...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 January 1887

- m mmaHtirvK n'vtsy''V&'gfV ff -. ,i,j iMj 'V FOREIGN GOSSIP. Tliln plates of metal In (ho backs if bonks are a new London notion. Thoro in a plot afoot lo crush poker In Europe. The ,S7. Jamci' Unzcllo ami also curtain ollleials are encouraging tU Out of 700,000.000 passengers on DHthh rnlhrnvAln.it year only 100 were kHk'.lj In uiltfltlon rif7 emiifoyert, troa pnlers, or suicides worn killed. British (Itiluuoa is making lnrpp shipments of gold to Knglatid, and the prospects am that tho shipments will rival In value the groat exports of sugar, molasses and runt. Two years ngo Baroness Alqtilnr loft tjl,200'000 to tho Oily of I'nrls for an asvlinn to ha mimed after hor. Tho municipality has now purchased a park nt U.i acres anil will erect, tno asyiuni therein. I Terr "William Hor, tho famous Berlin innnufactiirer of Indies1 cloaks, recently eelebrKted tho completion of the loUOfJUtli clonk of this season's make with a grand hanquel to all his employes. A most astonishing pheno...

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. — 1 January 1887

in , b I n ' SMART MR. BOWSER. till rn)t-Rn(Tcrlnjr Wlfn Tel In About HI Kirwrlenr-n With Dressmaker. What Mr. Ilowaor didn't know nboitt IrcramAking up to rt week ngo wnim't worth knowing. What hu tlorsn't know nor would All a largo-slzcd book. 1 was frottlng about tho delay on tlio part of my drcaimakor when he sudden ly turned on mo with: "Mrs. BowHor, it's all Infprrini non sense When I order a suit of clothes thoy nro ready for mo at tho dato sot, and if thorn Is any ruason why a dress maker can't do business on business ' principles, I want to know It." "Hut I can't help It," I protested. "No, you can'tt You women nro fools to bo imposed upon as you are! I'd llko to seo ono of theso dressmakers bamboozlo mo around tho way they do you!" "Hut you don't wear dresses." "For which thank Heaven I There Is more nonsense about selecting u dress and having it. niiulo up than is seen in t un idiot asylum in a year. I tell you, ' it's all bosh!" "You might select my dress goods for me." ...

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. — 1 January 1887

arTB :ifa igHitt BHFMPeH'ffe'J&BPifts. muaatrtttoaaa 3BS ta,i.wtf !! n . - -,-s.tik fcyyW'Ti. sfMuitfr wMfiMWwitt4N iWt M.mttnMiwrtilJi ywwwMiwiMitwwi MiWMWBMiryiMWwwy w&JHt emvnteimtiimAJUfmmwn wan " hjawj wwtnjettrtwwiirrnrdjijwjmtmM3 iwmiitfWtw.wwiw iwwm.hi iwnwirtwiwi mim nsjmasi DIPHTHERIA. How II H I'roiiKiti-il y llm Use of (oitl Oil Di'l'rou'inr.u uy tin tno of Urs. Liint night n Ti'terji'tim reporter U'iitl tlio following from the .Now lluvon Journal, and tlio mibjot't being a very Interest lag ono ilur-l ing tlio )rovn(nt:e of tlio dread dl.sease, tlio reporter Interviewed .James at. Mlnrr and found lie was not u stranger 0 tlio Hiibject, which struck tlio reporter as it re velation, but well posted upon It, and what ho had to Hay Ih append ed to what the Journal lut.3 to way: The Journal nays: "Tlio theory or Dr. Wilson, of Morltloii, that tho burning of keroiene oil has some thing to do with diphtheria Is in teresting. There were soventy ono deaths from diphtheri...

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. — 8 January 1887

teA'jal mmw mmMtimm.mJL ifLMmw,: imi; jA M .l ! rflr..l2!'ST. 'a MWwO' or cfcj-mi - - 4if TaJt'if r J&H , - - &&&. "TOfcJUX- sfljf M t The STN V' i ,L T?f v V HI a h -$L-" i JL x iJL ljl jL JL i .4 ltt .- i ' Vol. i. ko.28. THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. Cash Capital, . $50,000,001 r ' n wepoait8, secured by . Itidivlclunl . "nXlablllty of over .- lr, t ifV ' ' " ' ' DoesiiRennral.bahklng business. Foreign nrnrtn nnd tstcnmshtp Tickets for sale nt low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. I.Awnr.Ncn A. Cnr.vnn, President. QconaciWi l'UM.KK, Vlco l'rcsl. Uroiikn D. Ctxi.vr.n, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllca Hours from 9 a. m. to 3p. m: Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. Chita. E. Jiowcn, Cashier. Pops n general banking business, receives doposlts, discounts paper, ami buys anU sells ,4Kxchnuge. MPllANK In ccntrnl room In tlio Jnmcs Jlfoek. ATTORNEYS. GL "W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, DoHIsou Building Logan, O. Col...

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