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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 November 1890

yYVi"rri vf'?" TWM! , r"Hp 1 Wif'1Kipf?'WT' ;v i '' -r t i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1800. fttww f -yy I" THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W.UREHN. A. H. Wilson, Proptlotot T Editor. Jintcrcd at the Post-otcoatLogan as Second-class matter. Tun rumors of a proposed Indian outbreak appear to have some littlo foundation. So long as tho United States follows tlio praetico of feed ing and arming them and furnish ing them amunltion, wo may ex pect their natural dovilishncss to break out. Stop tho rations and take away their guns. If they are compelled to work for a living they won't have so much time for ghost nances. Tin: now method of beating tu bureular consumption as practiced by Prof. Koch of Rcrlin, is attract ing considerable attention in this country. Dr. John Ouitcr, ono of tho professors of pathology in the Pennsylvania University has been deputed to visit Uerliu for tho pur pose of investigating tho matter, lie sailed from N. Y., on Thursday Inst week and will make tho mo-t ...

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. — 29 November 1890

Aw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1890. came, in company with ono Madi son LaFollelt, nn undo of Mark and saw tho window knocked out, and said ho could whip tho ono who did It. Thereupon IiaFol lott went out of his homo and said: "Your woro going to lick mo, woro you?" McCurgish snld "No, I was going to lick tho ono who knocked out my window," LaFollott an swered, "I did it." McCurgish snid "Don't you say nnything or I will shoot you," LnFollott replied "shoot mo if you want to." Then Mndison LaFollott said "shoot the son of a b " and McCurgish fired twlco with a revolver ono shot striking tho wrist of Mark and tho other striking him in tho loft side of tho breast going nearly straight through the body. Ho lingorcd till Wednesday ovoning about nine o'clock when bo died. McCurgish was apprehended and committed to Jail at Logan on Tuesday morn ing, and Wednesday ovening tho Sheriff arrested and committed Madison LaFollott as an accessory in the crime. Coroner ITeft hold an i...

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. — 29 November 1890

'fwimm&iv'--$w' 7mjtirw "mirT EHH OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1890. wy .V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L.OCAN, - - OHIO INGRATITUDE. A Sanskrit l'nlilf. A holy hermit roscucil onco a mouso A savauo bird bad seized upon tor prey, .And kept tho MUlo rodent in Jits houso, Ami fed tt from Ills tablo day by day. Boon seeing how n cat tho mouso distressed, And movod In pity for bis pot thereat. Tho saint, with power of miracles pos sensed, Transformed his protege into a cat. ITut now tho mouse, or rather cat Instead, Of ovory cur w as quite as much afraid, Whereon tho saint, to ond tho fcllno's dread, Wrought a now charm, and puss a dog was made Acaln his charge Is filled with deep alarm, Tho beasts of prey that roam tho forest ' through Will surely somo tlmo do It cruel harm, A further change tho dog a tiger grow. Now hear tho sequel, you, and heed It woll; This creature with an lngrnto's heart within, Ccrhoard his guardian onco another toll How ho (tho tiger) first a mou...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 November 1890

Tim OHO DEMOCRAT, LOGvAJST, OHIO, SATURDAY-, iSTOVJEMBEJLt 29, 1890. FARM AND GARDEN. A GOOD BARN. It Can no Uullt For Tliroo Hunilrod Dol lar, or Lean. John A. Oborff, Yotlc County, Nob., writes: I havo of ton noticed plana of barns nnd otlior buildings In Orango Judd Fnrnior, but tboy havo pll boon vory largo and oxponslvo. I horowltb furnish a plan (soo Illustrations) for n small barn ono which will do for an 80-acro farm, or ovon n larger placo. Tho plan was drattod by mo for a neigh bor of mine; and, although improvo ruonts might bo mndo In sovoral pianos about tho building, I sond it as orootod. Tho bill of lumbor and hardwaro cost S240; paint, Sfl; work, 850; total, $205. Whon tho building was flnlshod, onough rURSPKCTIVE view of S300 iiaiin. matorl.il romalnod unusod to out tho cost down to $280. Tho barn rests on codar posts, with tho first story 7 foot 0 lnohcs In tho clear; all spaco abovo this bolng used for hay loft. Two pieces of 2x8's aro Bpilcod across tho building, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 November 1890

"mfmmmm wsrvft fl r THE OHIO DEMOGHAT, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1890. " fte IF YOU HAD KOT DIED. HV JAY JACqUlM. wonder so oft In my twilight tlronms, When the tin) light's gonu mul tlio night draws ncnr, Ah I sit In the firelight's niildy fleams, Anil think of tho old dajs, sweet mul dear I wbndcr, my darling, how you would loolc If j on hud not died u em yon living now; If you wit Just there with jour nork or bowcj Tlio fllckcrlngllghton yourhnlrnndbrow. AVould you 1m matronly, Mnld nnd grand, Or tender mid sweet as j on used to bd .Hwnylng my Ufa with jour soft vvhltohund, Growing closer each year to 1110. Sweet, thore'd ha wrinkles ution jour brow, And tiny touches of Time's decny, And j our bonny hair would bo flecked with snow I (:eow by my own that Is w hltu to-day Pcrhnps, dear heart, lind you lived for me, Had jou not gono homo In tlio early dawn, Somo bright-eyed child might have, climbed my knee, And cheered our homo w Ith h!s shout and song; llciiiio had been homo In Its f...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

wiiiijwiumiwwiminiiwuuiijjumaijij.miiiii.i n "r Auditors Office t i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT Ohio LARGER CIRCULATION V ( I - r- y-N r-i i . r- S uud uri-utu ,NY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. All Kinds of Job Printing Done ) at. LO WES Pit ICES. "VpIi.V. NO. LOGAjST, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER , 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. Democrat THE THAN More News for Less Mon I n THE PEOPLE'S BANK i OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, 850,000.03. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand. Dollars. Does n general blinking business. Foreign Draft!) nnd Steamship TlckctH for sate nt low est ratcfl. , OFFICE, Koom No. fi, Opera House. tiAWRRKGE A. Cui.ven, President. Gkohoe W. 1'oi.lick, Vlro I'rcst. Ueuhkn I). Cux.VKii, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Wallcer, President. Chat. E. Bowen, Cashier. v Does a general hanking business, receives dspostts, discounts pup.'r, and buj n and sells Exchange. Blo7 TV" BANK In central ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

yXT'yB" ay irr ""w NT , -.( y. , ry$ppt$ n-JC" " ""WfaKP'T- Wn'p THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, !LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAX, DMOBMBEB 6, 1890. p THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tire "Hvo Uro" ought to bo callod tho 'deadly wlro." Coiinem. iinlvorslty has discontinued Its chair of journalism. Pnor. rttt.T.noTir, of Vlonna, bollovoa ho has dlscovorod a cancor euro. Oxr.Y lour momhors of tho last Kan das taglslaturo woro ro-oloctod. MoltK htcyclos aro usod by ladlos in Denmark than In any othor Europoan country. EutGTHio motors aro bolng Intro duced on tho underground railway In London. Quistck VlCTOltlA says sho is opposod to tho Introduction of oloctrlo lights at Windsor. In proportion to tho population, throo tlmos as much spirits Li drunk In Scot land as In England. At Frankfort, Germany, BOO horso powor Is transmitted by oloctrlclty to a distanco of 140 miles. Tun cost of foodlng tho prlsonors at tho Missouri ponltontlary is onlyolovon conts a day por capita A Javanf.se author has ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

'm ""'""' r in ii t ii iTiiiiiiiiiT'" I 'II1WMI IBM OHIO DEMOCRAT, M&AK, OHIO, SATUBDAf. ftEOEMBER G, 1890. in y THE WW. The President Strongly Urges the Passage of the Congressional ' Elections Bill. Millions of Dollars Expended Without a Cent Going Tho President Stands For the Protective Tariff. We Are at Peace With the Whole World and Are a Prosper ous People. Tho Mossago Recommends An Inter national American Bank--A Na tional Bankrupt LawNa tional Irrigation Law Copy Right Protection Safety Conplors on Freight Cars, Etc., Etc. To tho Senate and Houso of noprosontatlves: Tho reports of the sovoral oxccutlvo depart ments which will bo laid beforo Congress In tho usual courso will oxhlblt in dotnll tho opera tions of tho Government for tho last flscalyoar. Only the moro Important Incidents and results and chiefly such as may bo tho foundation of tho recommendations I shall submit, will bo re ferred to In this annual message Tho vast and increasing business of tho Gov ernment ha...

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

. - !- "&$. -ws-sjv -cSS!l,'t,??i?f' -v?xV'r nv.jltfWlCTWg'' 7 fc I THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.'W.BREHM. Proprletoi A.. H. Wilson, - - -, Editor. . 1-1 - - - Entered at the Posl-offlccal Logan as Second-class matter. "Tun United States nrmy olneors, camp followers ami speculators have been actively engaged for mime time in an effort to got up a periodical Indian war. The afore nald officers and the telegraph and sensational press have all filled their respective portions of the pro ' grain, but the stubborn Indiana have refused with their habitual tole!sin to ring up the curtain. What n pity to disappoint the .-en-flatlonalists!" The above open chargo against the United States army officers, and the indirect inference thutUhc Republican administration winks at such dishonesty, appears in the last issue of the Fairfield County Jicpitblican. We hardly expected IJro. Hver.-olo to come out so boldly against the IlarrKon Adminis tration. I3ro. Eversole should not let his innate honesty ass...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

3C THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, PEOVEMBER 6. 1890. This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L06AL NEWS, Judgo Huffman held court this week. Judgo Frlcsnor was in town yesterday. W. P. Prico wns in Columbus yesterday. Joseph Stropo is homo from Tonawandii, N. Y., whoro ho was working several weeks. Tho coUnly1 commissioners met in regulac session Inst Monday They ndjourncd Thursday till De comber, 27th. Ex-Commissioner John A. McClelland of Perry township, wns in town Inst Snturdny and called at this office. Married, by Eev. J. F. Williams at his residenco in Logan, O., Nov. 2G, Mr. Howard M. Alumpford, and Miss Ida M. Myois. Miss Knto Zfehold and her frioud Miss St. Clair, aro visiting in Logan, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Shotwell. Miss Clara Steinmau, on ac count of ill health, has resigned her position at the Columbus Imbe cile Asylum and returned homo. Patent fences made of old mils, wiro and posts, seem to bo all the rnge just now. The old r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

'? i -,-'' f- s -fc,"Jff,lff ifWvffsl',', 11 " 1 EBE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATTTRDAV, DECEMBER 6, 1890. ,. uw "f ' m 1 .& THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, - - - OHIO "HANNER." Bo, Iliumcr, you're coin' to got married, And leave your old fathor alono ; "Vou're Roto to iawp out o' tho old nest, To help to bnlld ono o' your own. Of co nreo yon arc suro to bo happy. Whenever you marry Jack Ilcnth, Hut you're tyln' knot with your tongue, dear, That you can't untio with jour teeth. ft, yes. Jack In stonily and honest, And lores jou so dearly, I know, .And no doubt jour boat will glldo smoothly When bis sturdy arras help to row; But though tho top o' tho wutor bo glassy There's rocks and thore's sarnl bars beneath, And you're tyln' knot with jour tongue, dear, That you can't untie with your teeth. Yon'rc now In a lluttero' pleasure. Hut tiro's not a picnic, jou'll Ilnd, .And when .lack Is poovtsh and fretful. Then you should be patient and kind. So, remember, 1 left you this warning, Al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

tr-iiV, i ffliii ' Mi" ',",iMi m;rni', ihmv-iJ: TBM OHIO DXMOC&r, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAT.l DECEMBER 6, 1890. tSm f fr BUTTERCUPS AND DAISIES, Do you know how tho talo of tho buttercup Booamo tho ton of the dulny, As thoy prow beside tho meadow bnrs, In tho Bprlng-tlmo soft end hazy t Was thoro promise ot gold In tho buttercup! Was thoro promise ol snow In tho daisy t As a hoy and girl came attcr tho cows, John West and his playmate, Mutlot Wo'll namo tho oows," said Johnny WosU "Oh, so wo will," said Mailot "Yours shall bo named for this buttercup, And mine cullod attcr this daisy." They lingered so olt by tho pasture bars That In attcr years a daisy Would remind John West ot a sunny-haired girl, Hla bluo-oyed playmate, Muzlc Ten yeorsl and airnin by tho meadow bare John West confessed to Mn2lo; VI would glvo all tho gold of tho buttercup For tho golden heart of tho daisy." i And thus-tho talo of tho buttercup Became tho Bong of tho datsy, As thoy ItlpKcd across tho meadow bars, ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 December 1890

'11 wmim wmmmvMmu 'WW-I WPp Vr 1. T4S? -, n.'l-l ii(j j. .A . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DEplEMBER (C'lft'Sfi. mTrtvftf uvunmyith fin: ii.vuhs family.! Stir Knew Tlielr Iterant and IHiln'l HcMlnlo to Tell It. Hut roll F'rco PreM. ".oiv, tiitiditin," Hiilfl the nttorn- c.v for :lu) dHendnnt, to a little, yvirey, black-eyed, fidgety woman, who had been summoned ns u wit ness in a breach or tho peace ruse, "you will please v your testimo ny In an few words uh possible. You know the defendant?" "Know who V" ' "Tho defendant Mr. Joshua liagg?" "Josh Ilagg! I guess I do know him, and I knowed his daddy afore lit tnt and I don't know nothing to tiiu credit of either of 'em and I don't think" "We don't want to know what you think, inadoin. Pleaso say 'yes' or 'no' to my question." "What question V" "Do you know Sir. Joshua HairgV" "Don't I know 'im though ? Well, T should smile.' You ask Joih 31-igg if he knows me. Ask him If lie knows any thing ,liout tryin' to cheat a jioro old widder l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

patifiMiiib "mitt" - ---n - a f ' ? F ftCT V ,.' 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ' "i Aonco piopin AVfn'stf nn . -Ti7Z"ij:Ij:Xu MOB OFFICE. - THAfl AUX FAVfiU IN THK VALliUI. ) More Hows' for Less' Money. I All Kinds of Job lU'lnthig Done ntLO WEST I'JtlCJJS. VOL. V. NO. 24 LOGAN, C, SATURDAY, PEQEMBEB. 13, 1890. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAH. t, , I V? N. ,' s ' K i THE OHIO nFWinnnAT 1 fr- tv -sir-tw' ' . r-.uuni w H .- J1 r x -. . .- Kfl 'MV - . v - Ji.u . .fti-Si I ' H 'IS I 1 " ff U J i H 7 OT S' A 1 fli IS.ti. jft 1 plj Si- I 1' H H.U Wl 9. M ' I"A N JIZ. icintineTnU 7t .. ..,. H ID 1 . to y ,5 R m Ma Ay '3 l . W ?& t XCn V eft ' """ ' v jsvnc) H VI f Hb. I V a & Htf v- U J W ? X -4 XV tt f VX TO ? 5 -. JK1 JBL JH BJ w " -. lJt i- !, - &L V " J " J iA -AJ , V - !- W -' 'J 1 -U h. UX. &. Jin V I ii i . . - - .... J, .,,....- i ,, - r ,.,.. . i i i - i - , - , - . t..,- , ... t. ,. I, ...... n.. ii. .. . .,.!.. ..-. -. .1 ---...- y THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP tOQAN, Cash Cnpilnl, . . $50,0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

f !rf js -pctH TUB OHO DEMOCRAT, kOGrAJST, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18 1890. TSS I R 1. 'i Wfc k LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. The nvarrlago Viconso foo In Qxtoboo laSS. 'Or nM Italians C3 por cont ro -nnofblo io roa5, Pnop. Kowi's lymph la caUodpara totldin. Tim lntosi trust ia a ttxeshlng-ma-Ulna makers' combine "Vkhsiomt la tho fourteenth Stato to 'ndopt tlio Australian ballot law. Tirr.m: aro now ll.OOtVCOO mon In Eu 'ropo ready to bo called into tho flold. Loitn UiAT.TiMonn's portrait In oil lias Vboon olTorod to tho city -of Baltimore for ?8750. Tiir.'llrst tlioatrloaS'por'formanco slnco tho'flood Is soon to bo 'givon In Johns town. Pahnell's caroorisn good doal llko Samson's, a Tolllh 'has shorn him of bis strength. ANNin Latiiir has boon arrostod in Phlladolphla for obtaining monoy under falso protonsos. Tm:nn aro sovon Amorlcan fflrla Among tho studonta at Nownhaui, Cam bridge England. Tiir London underground railroad la 'nineteen milos long1, was opened In 1803 "And cost $3,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

stsmmssgamtmsm' ttat&mmmMmmmmmmm -. r rimuii THE (MHO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAST, OHIO, SATUBJDAV. DECEMBER 13, 1800. Lt This paper goes Frtdav evenvi swing. nAnnnMi in iu the infworri j . Jr llttlo strips of sliy. titr la hunff. and Ihnm voyage far In nlr. iv -.rtlOVa In nn.1 .a ilnVfW't "W-l ft lttn .. -ll. Dawn meadows bathed In goldon light; .1 uuuu cr i uip, my oyo perceives A rustling lower of yellowing leaves. Tho birds around mo chirp and sing An merrily I swing nnd swings But soon tbo birds will nil bo gone, And snow will Ho nlong tho lawn, So, If I trend, my stops wilt show Iillco Crusoo's Friday's long ago. AVhcuvrlnter wind? In chorus call, I do not uio my swing nt nil, Hut patiently I try to wnlt Uulll returning robins mnto; And when tbev cry to greet tho sprlrg, O, how I Join them from my swing! -Clinton Scollarrt, In Ilnrpor's Young People. FORTY MINUTES LATE. How and Whoro an Engineer Lost Hio Loft Ear. "Tho most fearful nccidont that over happoned on a loeomollvo?" cohoo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

', " ''XTmr :r"n" X '??w- THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1890, 0VHFWVrT,"Crtf1"W,".Wy1rTUT U.T JJCktllt'f UAVI WHfTWTSWfflBWSfiM W1W."1 If B ffntMm I TRE OHIO DEMOCRAT, OtW. BE3KM. - j rroprlolot A. H. Wilson,""" - '- -" Editor. Entcredat ticl'ont-ojliceal Lngai as Second-class mailer. Tin: iiiurensu of tlto public lobt In November was over six million lollnr, aeconllng to tlic latest cilll cltil bulletin. Thoro will bo nioie Announcements of this kind before tbo Mid of tliis Administration, which lias been tho most extrava gant the country ever endured. Virr.N Uosses full out tho people coino by their own. It appears that one Hos in New Ilampghiro controls the Ropubllcnn Semite, and another Doss the Republican House. Tho two Bosses cannot tice as to the process of stealing tho State out of the hands of the Democrats. What is this Republican estab lishment at "Washington Presi dent Harrison, tho Courts, Tom. Reed and tho Senate niado of, that they should insist upon man ag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

MtoilinWljil' l i " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, DE0Y3SMJBER 13, 1890. iiiMwnpwTwmjirwajinJJHj.injw mmm-muwiw seA & o h f This paper goes toprcss at o'clock Momlny. . Jorry is n staunch, work Friday 6vciuft v THE .'OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS? ThoBlioriflf took lion. Krldor to tho Pen. this pwrnlng. F. F. Uomp'ol was in Columbus flovoral dnys'his wcolc on business. n According to tho Gazette two of our councilman nro of Nolson- villo. There has been a great deal of business disposed of at tho prcsont torm of court. C. E. Uowon has purchased tho tract norjh p, town, .commonly called Oakland: ' l '" ' Head tho now "ad" of P. Blas lus In tills paper, llo Is offering soino good bargains. C. C. Scesholtz ryid Lowis Wagner of South Perry, were in town Thursday on business. Cal. Rebor says he canforo toll tho weather forty-eight hours ahead with unerring' accuracy. Miss Anna Uuerhaus of "Wichita, Kansas, is spending tho winter with her brother, Hon. 0. II. Buer liaus. Seo the now advertise...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

' h. tffft fl'T K muvammrs - '? .aiA2 . Sk -i.n lirfl apwwwiswww mftgmmF? j-r i t 'j'l'")! ,,rv-- j.-r - TUB OHIO DEMOOBASP, LO&JUST, OHIO, SATDEDAT, DBOBMBUB 13, 1890. M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, ... OHIO. FACTS. Tho man who spends upon lilt friends Tbo stamps he need? (or living Will beg somo day from thorn nnd they Will not a cent bs giving. The man who shows how llltlo ho known lly talking on nil matters Will at his death wish for tho breath Ho wasted on his chatters. Tho chap who winks wheno'cr ho drinks And smacks his lips with gusto Will liavo tho shakes nnd sco big snakes And Unit tho gutter's dust, O. Tlio man who'll uso tobacco chows lly begging them from others Will grow so mean ho will bo o'oa Discarded by his brothers. Tho man who wnlts boforo ho mates Until ho's old nnd cranky Till surely miss a llto of bliss And dlo unloved and lanky, Tho man who beats his way nnd cheats And doesn't call It stealing Will llnd ho's lost ten times tho cost Of plain nnd honest dealin...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

.-fgW?' MXWII apiHqfmnwMHRgR ME OHIO IOSMOOKAT, LOG-AST, OHIO, SATTJBDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1 890. 2 It ii r h FARM AND GARDEN. ! SHELTER FOR COWS. Hovr to llnliirco and Improve tlio Ordi nary Cnttlo llnvnl. IIovols (or cows Hlio Via- 1 ro found In nil paits ot tho country. Tho ono 1 ninlislniris mndo na shown In Urn soc orul otifjrnvlnjr. It 1ms nn oxtra shod with it pump room( and Htalilp lnclosod on tho jii'oimd floor, nnd is netnehod to tho grain barn lnstotul of bolng Boparnto. I havo mado th03o modifications ho causo ot tlio oxtra convonlonoo nnd prollt Bocilrod. Tho uppor part of tho building hat windows In tho front and roar for tnklng In hay. In somo casos thoy havo boon fitted with hay forks, oarrlo'r nnd tracks. Tho lowor part of tho hovol Is loft opon to tho cow-yard on ono sldo and usually fncos tho south or southeast. Two yoars ago I was raising somo cholco holfora nnd tho strong cnt tlo annoyod thorn by pushing thorn to no. 1. tho front of tho hovol when we had oast Storms...

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