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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 December 1890

1 rr THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1800. I- f to mm FTfgMPiB.rr,wjpwwwwf!wi" wi'Jiwwiai AFOKTY-TON KOOKEIt. Th6 "WoiMlori'ully Ballncutl fcjtoim Funnel in a Now York Valloy. Pevhups one of (lio most interest ing nbjiu'trt In picturesque Sulllvnn county, Now York, Ii the "rocking .stone" on the farm of Joseph Me Liuiry, two miles west of tli eounty scat, iMontleello, on the old New burg and Coshocton turnpike. In tliu center of a rather tlcninro look flig .stone wall, of which it Is a part, stands a rock whoso history is as yet unwritten and lies Inn led with the dead of many feneration;. The farm within the boundaries of which it rests is in a valley at an elevation of .some 1,000 feet above the level of the sea, forming in con sequence a most appropriate ped estal on which to stand. At first sight it probably would not attract more than a passing notice, but it is when a second and closer observation is made that the wonderful and delicate hand of nature is seen, bolli ...

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. — 20 December 1890

jpy' -r" -F . , THE OHIO DEMOCRAT Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION Lino n rem it NY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. -S (UVU VI I IVL, ' All Kinds of Job Printing Done at LOWEST PllICES. YOL. V. NO. 25 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1890. TEEMS, 1.50 PER YEAB. Thr THAN More News for Less Mon THE PEOPLED BANK OF LOOAH. Cash Capital, 5O,o60.Od. Deposits Becurcd by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doch a general banking business. Foreign DrnftBntul Steamship Tickets for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawrkmce A. Cor.VEn, President. QKOROR W. TULLBN, VlOO PrCSt. Heuukn D. Culver, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFZOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Cha E.JJotoen, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells Exchange. " tBANK In central room In tho James lock. Bloc ATTORNEYS. - GL 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. — 20 December 1890

!jjT;i-wfss':! THE OHIO TCEMOOBAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATDBDAT. DBOJSMBBU 20, J890. Yt it ; v U u i ? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. FltHBNO County, California, has 50,000 tcroB of vineyards. Bad Hat Is tho nimo of ono of tho re bellious Sioux chlofs, , Tun olootlon of a clork cost tho SUto Df Now Hnmpshlro $10,000. Tlinur. has boon mado a lilt of 310 birds which Inhabit Alaska. In tho Unltod Statos 00,000 porsons dlo of consumption ovory year. Annie Lawhr Is undor arrest at Phil dolnhla for allcgod omboxzlomont . A monument to Bismarck Is to bo erected In llorlln. Tho fund Is in hand. . Leprosy Is on tho lncroaso among tho Indians and Chinoso In British Colum bia. Miss Laura Burns, of MartinBvlllo, Xnd., has a hoad of natural hair Bovon foot InJongth. Mamie Starr, tho poisoner of the Uowland family, at Chicago, will bo Im prisoned for llfo. Mns. Snkm, of Chicago, has ronowod hor offor of a roward of 530,000 for tho arrost of Tascott An Amorlcan syndlcato has purchased tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 December 1890

sass--." THE OHIO DEMOOEAT, LOGA1T, OHIO, SATURDAY", DECEMBER 20, 1800. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN. OHIO. A CHINESE LEGEND. tn Chen si prorlnco fair n tcvn Dnss flourished in a stranuo renown, for there the womon held s uch sway And men so Ineokly yloldod wny That o'er tho land tho plnco was known, A realm woll duhucd "Tho Women's Own." Tworo nil too sad to count tho 11)8 That sprang from wlfoly whims nnd wlllsi Enoujjh to sny, through will, nnd whims Bach man was like the curthnt sltlms Droad (Jarth with tnll'twlxt hlndor Hmbs. Cut ten thcro wcro with souls not yot Completely In subjection set. those valiant, slant-oycd Decemvirs Ono day botween thcmsolves cried: "Sirs, Wo'vo stood this bondngo long enough. Let's show tho world what goodly stult A quouo-twcnltcd pato nnd boaton spirit May, splto of ovcry thing, Inhrlt. Wo'll form a Malo-Protoctlve-nnnd, From ond to end of Flowery Land, And strong la union boldly elnlm All honors duo a husband's namo." Full soon, their purpose high to...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 December 1890

" "vrt " THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, G.W.BRBHM, Froprlotoi Editor. A.. H. Wilson, - Entered atthcPoit-offlcc at Logan as Sccond-ctass matter. Gkn. AiiFitED H. Tkuiiy died nt his homo in Now Haven, Conn., on Tuesday last, 'Of heart disease. His ago was 03 yours. Tmntn N n general Htriko of em ployes of tho Hydraulic Pressed Brick works or FIndlay, O. The discharge Of a hand is tho cause. The Lorillurd brick works com pany of N. Y. has failed. Tho lia bilities tiro reported tit $2,000,000 with assets to about tho same value. llEPUiiiiiCAN Senator Plumb, of KansaspwiU not support tho Force Hill, and instead will introduce ti bill for free silver, thus acting squarely against his party. Evi dently tho Senator has heard from the Farmers' Alliunco in his State, and knows upon which sido his bread is buttered. The" press mill of the Ohio Pow der Company, near Youngstown, blow up tho lGth. inst., instantly killing James Curl and William Lewis. Parts of tho men were blown a half mile from tho scene o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 December 1890

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, DECYEMBER 20, 1890.-, a -J' ! XI I il IV ' JM paper gobs to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL .NEWS, .tudgo Frlosncr wns in town Monduy. Dnn. Moriarty hns returned from tlio west. Born "to Mr. nnd Mrs. Gib Kcnnnrd, a daughter. Ferd. Mngel will give a danco at tho rink on Now Year's ovo. L. MV Aldortnrtn, Attorney, of Corning, .Qattended court- hero Monday. Increased pensions havo been grunted to Dr. Mansfield and Perry Moorohead. Miss Jcnnio Thomas of Now Stniltsvillo is Visiting Miss Muggio McCarthy this week. Nothing over happens in Vin ton county, or If there is tho local papers don't find It out. The Sheriff took Chaa Smith nnd Levi SVenzey to tho Zunes ville work last Monday. Mrs. Dr. .Pullen, after an ex tended visit at Zanesvillo and Cir cloville, returned' homo last week, r V. G. BiW.on & Co., havo made an assignment.) jThe deed of as signment is mndo'feCapt. W. M. Bowen. . An extended and elegant liter ary and musical...

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

pflffi SUWU "-1 ' ',-? -fMrts -j M THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrJlN", OHIO, SATTTRDAT, DECEMBER 20, ' ' ' " i ' i i i n I ' 1800. Ess3 A HEARTY LAUQHIN' TIME. tow We Tried Not to Krep ClirltmtiB, nnil How We Failed. ONUY wuz skorco that Chrls'mus; wo bndnl a cont to spnro For (oollsh nnd wnsteful prosonts tlinl wasn't to eat nor woar. Pnhocnrkllntcdan' gUOSHOd tt wuz bfttcr go. But wo on'y thought o' th' shlllln's an' not odco o' llttlo Joo. On'y ci tlmo kcp' oroopin' una Chrls'mus wnr nt tnos' horo, X begun to wish it wuz over an' gono fcr nnothor year; jx' I sco that pn wui botkorod, ho'd scch nn oncasy way, An' ho nlwus changed tho subjlo If tho subjlc wuz ChrKmus day; Tier Joo kcp1 a-tcllln' constant what tho other boys 'ud git. An' It mado mo fcol so awful mean 1 hain't got ovcrltyll; Till at last I couldn't stnnd It, an' tho day aforo , tho day I slipped aout awful quiet, nn' I tulc tho kecrs nwny ' CUir ilaown to tho great big city, jlst packed an' gorged with folks, Tho hnll bllln...

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

, ' H ,f' " $""" f5 Wf7"1 T'""'r " "" WflPHfi W") V W'l' T , E0BCEOniO BBMOGKAT, IiOG3ST,.OHIO,.SAT.UI?DAT" DEOEAIBBR 20, 1890. iifrf' hi." His is "f ty $ Tim Chrlalmis VTIrto A nice, A lileh ottlcr of utorlc, -poems, articles nncl pictures 1)11 tho -lirlstinits Winn Awakk from covor to covor, wlillu brilliant now typo imil tliodlscnrdnicnt of columns plvo tha pnRos li very fresh mid ottrnctlvo 100 K, rind wo leni'il that tha inntrnxlna U permanently oiiliirged to ono luintlrod wuro. L.onuing mirncuorm ineltiuon now IViitmra imi'lill ht 'MiirfTni'fll'. Hltltimt. M.i promised rullrond aortal, "Cub nnd Cn booio," by Kirk Munroo. "Drawing tho Chlld.Fltrnro." the first of twolvn ulrMirlnl tlrnwlnK-losion papers (with monthly prizes) by Miss Ciirollno Ulminer, (1iuigh tor of Dr. Hlminor, tho art nnutotnlht and naulptor, and "Alm-lotta's Good Times," nn Italian sorltil by n well-known ltullnn woman In Hoston. Tho short stories, papers and poems (nnd thcro ts a full treasury of them, makin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 December 1890

WC-A--- ' -it'? M)T"" ' w?wSjSlft'W!J.slSi " '; " II i i.,. oi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1890. W f erai'.miwm nil win wwj: iijwiu .-- JlBA IjB , - fmk m I Common Pleas Court. CIVIL DOCKET. Laura E. Bowers vs. J. McClel land Hlfct, order for revivor made absolute. Mnry J. McConni'll vs. Thomna Febus, et nl. tax tltlo of Clnra lies sot asldo. Taxes to Mrs. lies, less penalty. Sale confirmed. Bartlott & Kurtz vs. Comly & Hlgglnu, dismissed without preju dice at cost of plaintiff. Isaac W. Brian vs. Carrie E. Dresback, ot til., salo confirmed, widow allowed $100 mid liens ad justed. $500 to Carrlo E Dresback In lieu of homestead; taxes to be paid and bnlnnco to Edwards, Ap lln and Karshner as prior lien holders, George Davis vs. Martha Davis, divorce granted on ground of ex treme cruelty. Einstein Bros, vs. James Hannah, et nl. On referenefe. Peter Mathlas vs. Hannah Ba iters, ct al., widow and heirs of Win. Mathlas made parties, and contin ued. Sarah J. Pence vs...

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

)y, t xw r- '"WlfwUM. "fWTVTOSS"' X , V I'r ."" t ' The OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 W ir-. F 5 I ArjflCR P1RP.IH flTinM S 4wr, ' a rir- :..." JOB OFFICE. li V L.U TO V ; THA ANY 'AHrK 11 TH ' YALLrJf. .v V i rv - 5 ;1 1 o More News for Less Money. C ltt JI.IIIUH OftOh J'rillllHl l iiitjOwmht riiwn, J2L Jfci. Jn JiiL V- J&- -fflL VOL. V. NO. 2 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1890. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAR. ffr V .i ' "W XV . JtL 1 F ra 2 jg -d .. n& & tgra va fr; :: Ay i i va t- w t'j w K-P $L-r jL-J JL V JL Vv THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP L0OA1T. Cash Cnpltnl, $50,000.00. Doposits Bcourcd by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Duos a KtMiernl banking buMucxs. Foreign DrnftM nnil Hlcamslilp Tickets forfinlo ivt low est rules. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. Ij.vwnr.xar: A. Gtir.rr.n, President. OKonai: W. 1'ui.i.i:n, VIio 1'ronl. Ukuiien 1). CU.VKK, Cnsliler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG-AX, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from !) a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walk...

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

-"- fmW' ff0x :;W? nntTt OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAN, OHIO, SATUBDAiT, DECEMBER 27,. 1890. . . , ,. . .. . ""r U(- ty. THE OHIO BEiQGRAT, LOGAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. The latost London witticism 19 to oall tho dlsunltod Irish partlos "tho split F's." A jounKAT. just started In Toxa3 boars tho startling namo or tho Dovll'a Rlvor Nows. Gr.xnnAr. RonnnT E. Lee's birthday, January 10, Is now a logal holiday In Virginia. The census of Borlln, just compiled, Bhows that tho city has a population o 1,574,485. Few pooplo aro awaro that Prof. Sum nor, of Yalo Collogo, Is an Episcopal clorgyman. BiDnEFonn Poor,, Mo., Is at prosont in Tadod by a troop of snowy owls from tho Arctic wilds. The Czar of Russia Is rapidly bocom Ing ono of tho most lavish art colloctors In tho world. Mits. Beia'A. Lociiwoon has -docldod that sho doos not want to bo a candidate lor Prosidont Mits. TLVsm, tho wlfo of Sonator Plumb, Kansas, has boon an Invalid for aovoral yoars. Fhancis II., tho last King of Naples, whom -Gari...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 December 1890

LD YIUR, thy Wo is well -nigh M'cnt, Tliy feet oro tottering ana slow, Tliy hoary head with ago Is bent, Thn t f m i ncro rorthco to go; Alrendy in tho frozen snow A lonoly grnvo is mado for thco; Tho winds nro chnntlng dirges low, Upon tho land nnd on tho boo. Old year, thou wort a friond to some To some thou wcrt of worth untold, Thy days were blessings, every one, Moro precious fnr thnn shining gold; But unto other! thou a foo Did prove thyself nn enemy, Uolcntiess ns tho chains of woo As ruthless as a maddened sea. Some will rcjolco to Itnow thco dead, Others will mourn thco as a friond: Soino will look back on thco with dread, i Others their praises to thco lond; I neither offer pralso nor blame, Old Year, for what you brought to mo, For unto mo both Joy nnd pain. Your actlvo hands gavo lavishly. Thy solemn donth-hour draws n-ulgh And hark I I hear thy funeral Itnell Blow pealing through tho darkened sky Farewell. Old Year farow ell, farewell I HAIL TO THH NEW. Ilallt hall to t...

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. — 27 December 1890

ift ' $' 'vsg- rrrf7lTTgOJ.mtTTJMJJjJfV'ly'Sr", THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BRBHM, l'roptlctof Editor, A.. H. Wilson, - Entered at the Past-office at Logan as Second-class mailer. THE BLACKBURN TRIAL ON CHARGE OF BURGLARY AND LARCENY. Stow of the Krinn Murder Detailed in Open Court. Gathering tip the Tlirentli of a Great Crime. Continued from 1st page. cept the small bed room on the porch. There were four ton tlollnr bills in tho chest up stairs, the one they broke open, and some other silver money but I don't know how much. I saw the money there that after noon. Mr. Daniel Krcschbiuim had drilled in our wheat that day and finished that evening and I had gone to the chest to pet money to pay him and took 11 live dollar bill out, but ho could not change it so he said it made no difference as he had more work to do, and I put the five dollar bill into a pocket-book and put It under the clothes in the bureau drawer and they didn't get that. When was getting the ?" bjll I noticed the' other ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 December 1890

-w iW,H1!f Um "f s 3" l-irt .Jf I A Vt ."?. Ik1 l t lJ 4 jMIIMiBf'WiyifWIII!linl1ytltWBfi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATU11DAY, JDECY EMBER 27, 1800. J1-.JJlui .!! il iii imiiniiiiiMiin'm" inHiiiimiiii mm inwmimtumMwKemxiMmMtmmmtAnmmiritiimiKmiinmmmiuMiia .uiiiuij 'ipuiJ i.uw. mxiMumi.nu'timjuiiJ-iixJUMmutMji MimmJMtmmiinmt witmstn ?Vfs iJCj""' ffocs to press at S o'clock i Friday evening, V E HE OHIO DEMOCRAT was in s f LO0AL NEWS, Ji-Tho snow is about eight or ton inches tioop. Vnhn Notcslono etun'o in from Perry this week. Julius Tcusclior, of St. Louis is visiting: rolntivcs here. Miss Justino Sttcrs is spending hor vticutlon in Columbus. Jumps Storrott, of Clmrlcston Id visiting frionds in Logan, Miss Anna White has gone to Mlllville to spend Christmas. V. B. MeCracken, of Joplin, Mo., is visiting frionds in Logan. Miss Kato Bowlby is liomo for the holidays, from Wooster College. Mrs. Elliot, of FIndlay, is the guest of her sister Mrs. W. M. ltowon. Nelson Karshncr of Salt Creek, was in...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 December 1890

tt$gv " t f 4 i7Tt tsSkSsn rt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. THE GOVERNOR'S FATHER. dines e prouder Ned," ycr say: "Owsexthoblggcs' men or tho day; Ilcl-ia. J.iv'rito son cr fate. The MggeV gun In all tho State." WU, artor nH Is snld an' ilono Tnis all-ilrcd smart man Is my soai Ant 1 alius due tlio dirt. An. alius woro nn unblled shirt: Altos stubbed round In cowhide boots, An'atlus dressed In drillln' suits: Orter be proud cr hi m! Dear me I I orter wall I guess I bo I Ned. trui a roly-poly kid, An lest the cutest things ho did! II"a Jest slopped ovor with delight, Aa split ronn' sunshlno day an" night 1 Hrutcn's bung cr happiness turned loose, An "cl he jest drunk in tho Joooi ; 11a .surgled In his baby glee. An Rfsh! he thought tho worP cr mej .A t night T tucked him In his bed Ansld "I'm proud or little Ned." AnTXcd grow up, a likely lad, An hoed pcrtatcrs with his d.ul; He spread tho hay, an' milked tho eow, An. bocd tho corn I showed him how 1 An out heroin tho field with mo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 27 December 1890

' -ff- -w,i T- sea. THE OHIO BEMO011AT, IsOGULET, OHIO, SXTUKDAT, DECEMBER 27, 1890. -fr'T, V 1 FARM AND GARDEN. DRESSED POULTRY. ' The Eaperleneo of n. Womnn Who Dors .Her own selling. In tvnlklmr through tho mtwIcoUi shout a year ugo I noticed somo dressed poultry and inquired tho prico, una tno unswcr wns "flttcon cents a pound," and tho thouuht enmo forcibly to my mind trulv there's profit In raising poultry. but who nmko3 tho profit? Not tho producor nor tho consumer, but tho ono who, buys nnd solK I had raised chickens for tho mnrkot a great many years, always selllnff' them to poultry buyers as soon as tho broilers woro markotabln. 1 mado up my mind then that what poultry I told after this would bo sold direct to tho consumur, nnd 1 have found by experience that Is tho brut wav to dlsposo of poultry tor any ono living near a city markot or small town. Thoro arc Always a groat many people who would buy tholr .poultry ovory wcok, espocially if aicoly urcssoa nccorainff to nBrcu...

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

..AM A ! 1 I "Jfl-ll tij V- M e-A - i ,V, f -J t rv. ' t h n i 'K. K . ininiimii'H' U.UJLJU.I Tgrv Queattmis of Hopkins I Coit:ity; Stittirdiiy, Dec- ember o, ijiu. Geogr.tpl.y. V. K. EX QMS, Ex. 1. Into wlmt three brunches is geography divided? Dcfliin each. 2. What is the difference between n river biedn it ml a river bod ? 3. Nnme and Itienlo the peninsu las of North America. J. 2?nmc the predominant moun tnln chain and culminating point of each grand division. 5. Wlmt is the po-ition of the earth, with reference to the sun, on the 21st of Juno? TlicSIstof De cember? G. Name in ordor of their size, the grand divisions, thofnceniisanri the live largest cities of Ohio. 7. WJiere are the Sandwich Is lands? For what are they noted? Tor what is Iceland noted ? S. What and where are the fol lowing: Corea, Liberia, Majorca, Jtusen, Murray, Dover, Etna, Sable, Hong Kong, Valparaiso? TJ. S. History. F. M. GOKDEX, Ex. 1. Name three-important engage ments of the War or 1S1L 2. Name the memb...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

i r j ,. iw jkixJeL. ij. i ,..fa . t"'" " 'M" .mriqwrj ' f v '. 'A1 ffii;f 'i'T"1 asss MUMy-VCartwac- 3fetJMipMMi fW'ut "igwi'mu1 "nyii ;'yn()))iM'"jin '4'""' "tf11 rr'y ' om.1 -T ti'u ti 1131 fay "Wr1 1 l""or8 "r oa, 00 rs The Ohio Democ LARGER CIRCULATION j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. fore News for Less Money; r & YOL. Y. NO. 27 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1801. TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAB. fTHE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 JJOB OFFICE. i All Kinds of Job Printing Done at LOWEST PRICES. J 'R A I 4 I. i m s IS ' ih I THE PEOPLE'S BANK or LOOAH. Cash Capital, 850,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general bunking buMnosn. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for salo nt low est rutos. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. tiAWltRNOE A. CUI.VKK, PrCRllloilt. GKOltQE W. I'ULI.EN, Vice I'ICRt. UhunicN I). GulVkr, Cash lor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 u. m. to 8 p. m. I Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, Presi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

or THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAV, JANUARY 3, 1891. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Cuiia. is said to bo a bandit-ridden country. Sin. River Hanks lives in Reno County, Kns. A child's definition of snowflnkes "pop raindrops." Queen Victoria. Is reputed to be worth 845,000,000. Aiictic owls aro being shot on Long Island this winter. The Utes pronounco the Government "hcapum big liar." Tue number of winter pnsscngers for Europe is unprecedented. Dom Pedro's throne brought foui hundred dollars at miction. A rosT-OFFicE in Charlton County, Mo., has been named Mike. Bismarck's inseparable companions aro two largo Danish hounds. A clock can now bo had for tlio eco nomical outlay of soventy-flve cents. The people aro taxed in the United States for federal purposes 8300 a min utc. Op the "02 colleges in thiB country 272 aro supported by religious denomina tions. Foiity per cent, of Georgia's pino forests havo been killed by turpentine farmers. Sittino Boll's ghost ...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

1 ' i .4VKv ' . r ' - W C -rf. X ;us4- v v wttttiUitt i h'i r i BB V W 03IB OHIO D20MQCRAT, LOGA2T, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1891. I ui If WHAT A DOY CAN DO. Theno nro somo of tho things that a boy can dot lie cnn whistle bo loud tlio air turns hluo; tie cnn mako nil sounds ot honst and bird, And a thousand noises not or heard. Ho can crow or oaclile, or he cn clusk As well ns a roostor, hon or duck. Uo cnn baric lllco a dog, ho ran loo lllco ncow, And a cat Itself can't beat his "mo-ow." Do has sounds that aro ruffled, striped and plnlni Ho cnn thunder by ns n rallwny train, Stop at the s ntlons n breath and then Apply the steam and bo off again, Jlo has all of his powers In such command Ho can turn right Into n full brass baud. With all of the instruments ovory played, As ho mokes of himself u strcot parade. You cnn tell that a boy Is vory 111 It no's wldo nwnko and Itooptng still. Uut earth would bo Ood bless their noise I A dull old placo If thcro were no boys. Chicago Post. B...

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