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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

wiiGrfVfwwi!firjfflr'VF H THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1891. , rv T r -migfrrw t THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.VT.UBEHM. A. H. Wilson, Froprletot Editor, Untercd at the Potl-oJJltc at Logan as Second-clats matter. Tuk Force bill Is giving tho g. o. p. Sotiators barrels of trouble. Tub 'U 8. troo)3 and Indians ctvnio togethdr ow 'Monday, Inst, at u place nnmed Wjounded Knee. Thoro wore twenty-four soldiers killed, thlr'ty-throo wounded and throe missing. As Is generally tho cnBQ tho losses on tho side of tho savages cannot bo ascertained. tub last petit Jury of Iloeklng county was one of tho strongest tho county ovor had. Wo have tho word of Judge Huffman, that It was the most attentive and ca pable ho has ovor scon. A fow of such Juries will do much toward rendering crime, in Hocking coun ty, odious. Tub Ohio Demockat, during tho year just passed, has lnjoyed a degree or prosperity for which we aro truly thankful to our thousands of readers and patrons. In the future as In the past...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

I I ., , , , . .I'M, ' ' 'i1' J' rV JL f u 1 I c.f . it I J u 1 n I i. fie r ; 3! THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1801. 'This paper gdet to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, West Years Senator Lowory was In Coluin bus yesterday. jDr.jMansflold was in Columbus yuaWifduy. Kftto ttut Anna Fox spent last week in Nelson vlllc. Th6 Ohio Legislature will moot nexiTueDdny at 4 P,M. . Miss Stella. Hamilton of Buch iol, Is visiting bcr mothor. Joo Jftufler has sold his resid ence on (Second Street to Snininel Moore. Mrs) Augustus Floyd and son John have gone to Mississippi on business. John Sullf vim living on Hunter Street died Kow morning. Stephen Hartley has purchas ed the Tuoscher property on East Front street. Misses Stella und Jessie Waltz of Athens, aro visiting the Misses Fox's this week. The funeral of Mrs. M.J. Wil Jlard of 'South .Perry, occurred at that place Jan. 1. John L, Sheik of Allen County 3s visiting relatives and frlonds in Xiaurel to...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

j-JBiLUr rzr -r' ') t esp- r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 10GAK, OHIO, SATt)BJL)A JANUARY 3, 1801. OHIO WOODOHUCKINQ. Ifco chased fugacious woodchucks overmany leatrae of land, 9Bat.atastthay've always vanished In a round hslula the sand And ttttinjh I'vo been woodchucklng many times upon my soul J tawouarerbosfgeilnc woodcbuok for bo al ways found bis hole. rBattgtun to go voodohuoblng whon a fellow , haboy, "tan oil muscular exertion Is exhilarating Joy, ' vnccotk you can't get near the iroodohuok t.5' la touch him with a pole, AxAtteeranescent rasoal always slides Into bis hole. 'Bam Z chased tho panting fugitive and raised the battlo cry, Wtx&a vision right before me of a chunk of woodohuekplo; 'tnto a xislon right before mo of this oullnary goal. Mi Z rraoh to grab my woodchuok and he van fnhed In his hole, JUull often go woodchucklng I bare chaaod lifcn here and there TbaClaak, fugacious woodobnok, llko a long jtrealc through tho air; fctarUraproJcots I havo followed, as I noared il...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

jT-fc' 1 W.i r :.l I' THE OHIO DIDMOOKAT, LOG-AS OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1891. M , RJ& n ( k - FARM AND GARDEN. A NOVE- WIND-MILL. lTor Slmpllcltr ami Chenpncss It Cnn Mot Ho 4itrpnftl. To mako rt wind-mill that will carry a lK'lnch pump having a six-Inch stroke, 20 revolutions per minute in an ordinary wind, let the reader follow my direc tions. My wind-mill will go us high lis 60 revolutions per minute. A HO-foot tower is built und arranged us the en graving shows. Eight sticks each 1G feet long and 4x4 Inches are needed for posts. Two of these nro fastened to gether end to end to make the total height. This is easily accomplished by nailing 4 foot boards on two sides of iho joint, the boards to go Insido tho tower when It is put up. Three hun dred and forty running feet of one-inch boards 4 inches wide are required for bands and braces. Thcso arc nailed on as shown in tho cut. Aband must bo nailed around tho top of the posts and a two-Inch plat fortn placed over this. Tho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 3 January 1891

i wft-' v: i'nwUMTtwryf .? , 'g lyi,vw t "" fwrxw . iK- t-wv-iwmmmmm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1891. SBmz Wl I Watt U pi IMWHU' ') -?. . w u,u stories of sPAnnows. i ADOUT SELF-SACRIFICE. (03eT Thing Serin by n ClnioOotorvor ot Hip I'URimuinim jiiru. A correspondent of ,t)o I.,latonor, who vrltoa frotti Jamaica Plain, Isa oloso oil .Birvor of tho sparrow. ."A w.Qolr. or two ,nlnoo," ho writes, '4,a I wits passing through lloriougli Btrooti my attonHon ,was attracted by Uiud crlos of .'cawl cawl, and I saw wliooHnjr and turning In tho ,ulr two crovo, wlio woro followed or .cliusod by two sparrows. 'i!uo sparrows woro ovldtuitly trying to roach and alight on ,tho backs of tho cro.ivs. Tho ,or)o3 of tho crow'n 30,011 brought .othors who joined In tho fight, all whcollnR, (duuklntr, rising and turnlnf? togothur, tho sparrows continuing tho ,chaao not withstanding tho lncroaslnp; .numbers. Ily this tlmo thore was clp;lit or ton (crows In tho flfrltt all aiding In tho out cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

fejm Ml " - wm-jw-m.:- ;i;,;iiia imm"'" tWWWiWHEtim&xU: mmw. 4 . ., Utfoftfl w. ,'.Jw,iti 4L .. .JL . ...- : ;4ri;?. .,,.: ... ,, i,v;,;,3,i jBffia,rJ T ? Clt t, ,Vf. t rtrf-i,w . t 'fW-t v --A.I, ' ;o fii'j :i;jf.f. -..!: ,, -vn i is,,. ... .;?n.r.r ,;iiio ;?.;. -at .i,,,, -f t r 4s 11 " - r ftxoGouXiw-, THEi)HI0 DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION j THAK AUY PAPEftiKTHti YALLEY. 'i JOB- OFFICE. I ... . i ,- ,. ,. . o More News for Less Money, Liu JiiiHiH ofroi rHtuiuf none b at LO WEST 1UITCES. ' VOL. V. NO. 28 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JANUA11I7 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAB. t,G!i Jktii&rtt 4ne ."' vmti.A ai'Stavm .' y. , U9K.i tjHawnMH.t .u4. sarv wear w'Sfc-. wanMuwjkr . t 4u ? '-t .manm LMBHQUrawiHraiEttjLfHto K, ftrVWNU WIMrTTnfTTTTir i 1 1 inmiU Mi IB - ""-"-wiii ' i seymnrupMi" " aaf".-4-"-.. "--"- -.mfrrn "'' f lUsH , ., , ' f r H'i eJW' .''." i - 'Jv ' " ' ' ' ( t' 'f " " '' Jt'i -' '. '"(' fr ",'?' W4" .. ''' y ' .... t , rirv-,svysN. rrl l .: 7 a' J if I iin m r;iii A nn si g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

. "3t i T-VtW ?fT$ww t 'iLj J FiWfWow'Mjaifrfl - THE OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGA2T, OHIO, SATUBDA5T, JAiSTttAltr 10, 1801. i ' Ti f ' A tie mm OEMOGR&T. LOQAN, OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. TnK Chinese do not permit women to Ijc photographed. The new naval vessel, Newark, ljurns 2-10 tons of coal n day. Thk railroads' pay-rolls for 1890 will be nearly 8700,000,000. A PitKHiniurr's expenses amount In four years to about SSO,000. Mn. John W. Mackey has just paid (250,000 for a homo in London. Thk steel bridge across tho Columbia t Vancouver, Wash., will bo 0,000 feet long. Er.uvEN battle ships are now being constructed for tho German Govern ment. Mn. Dhakk took tho premium for ducks at the Wellington (Kan.) poultry show. A chimney 125 feet in height is to bo erected at New Haven, Ct, at a cost of 87,000. A LonsTitii weighing sixteen pounds was displayed in a New York store tho other day. The Ontario mine, located at Park City, Utah, has paid to date 511,375,000 in dividends. The Anti-Poverty Socie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

fel,: JJ&ri'ftdLto.' ift.J -w.t''JWI.iifcfc-'ji if 'rjt U ifwy3M9 7i mt I&L :i. .lffia.;iji iMBBBBBB r -...- 03EB OHIO BEMOOBAT, LOGAN", OHIO, SATUKDAY, JANDARST 10, 1891. t-nt. ., --.s3tSTB r . , fe """' '"W" ,1,11 II )W!U li"'H-ayagsrir--'-- - .g ' V QUESTIONINGS. I met u llttlo cottttRO girl Eighteen yours old, sho nld, r Her brain wus tlroa with tho whirl 01 questions In hor head. Bhe mUd mc ! "What's tm'optlmlstr" "Good luck mado flehl" I crlod. "And what, thon, Is a pessimist!" "Had luck personified1 I" 'With that she a-ilied mo to oxplaln A Christina scientist. Slid I : "Hu's one who euros a pain That doesn't qulto exist." "And what Is an agnostic, prnyt" "Sweetheart, 'I do not know,"' Bhe turned her pretty hoad away "To Vassar t must go I" "I'lcase ilra't, until you'vo imswrsd mo Oil que illon, you'vo asked .lour" "My little win, dear, will you hot C. I nsk for loio, not lorol" Five years ago to-night, my oyosl I hoar a nwcot voice oroon A lullaby, whllo Tommy crlos:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

Ma lUMmm MIM(lHWWtl')WBW THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1891. -Sigggrssas j THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. Q.W.UREnM. A.. H. Wilson, Proptlttst Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as second-ulass matter. If tho Republican lenders had looked more to the welfare of tho Indians, the recent western butch eries would ntY!r have occurrod. But tho red man U not a voter, and Injustice to htm Is of no consequence. As President Harrison says tho .people do not know what they nro about, and Senator Edmunds says ;it is immaterial what they think, perhaps all public matters should in the future bo left ontrejy to these two grout men. tiik Democrats of tho Fifty-second Congress have very much to do with tho political complexion of tJie next president. A temperate nd conservative policy, no quar rels and no revenges, and a Demo crat will, in 8!W, occupy tho White House. Tho Senate in time will come too, and then for the repeul pt much vicious legislation. When a newspaper man comes to you for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

I. Ittl, Wf 4- .fc' J 41lt ! ' . " A , M J . ,...it. i ifl i h MrtHMHRMMM mill ' -' V THE OHIO IXEMOCRAT SATURDAY. JANUARY 10. 1801. ' I This paper goes io press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Ed Davenport was In Colutn bus yesterday. Mrs. Lucy A. Crawford Is visit ing in Columbus this wcok. Judgo Huffman hold court Monday and adjourned till .Tan. 15. Will Frasch loft Monday ovon Ing on an extended trip to Califor nia. Tho vfar Is ancient history, but tho Republican party has not found it out. Miss Minnie Allon loft Mon day for Westorvlllo to continue iicr musical studio?. It. W. Koynes who has been on tho sick list for several days, Is ublo to be about again. Miss Kate Bowlby left lust Tuesday morning to resume hor studies at Wooster college. John Harrington hns been pro moted to tho position of court re porter on tho Cleveland Leader. Miss Magglo McCuno of Lan caster, spent last week at home at this place, with Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Jurgcnsmier. There Is ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

amE OHIO TCEMOOBAT, LOOM)", OHIO, SATUBDAT. JANCJAKr 10, 1891. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. COURT YOUR WIFE. Sh middle-aged tnnn, I'vo a won! with you, As joa sit In jour office this morn; ' mas tho worry of life, with Its folly nnd strife, Ylereedyoar hoart like n fostorlnf? thorn? '-XSoes tho Jouch of your gold foci too clammy and colli. Are you weary of flattery's scorn! Atas, for tho days when tho passions of youth Hum taw In tho dcsolato heart! When tho laughter and tears of our Innocent Tears Never more from the sympathies start, And tho hideous mien of lndulgcnco Is seen 'Noath tho flattering mantle of art I ITterriaps you've tried f rlondshlp, and only havo found Deception and selushnoss rlfo; -cibaps yon havo poured to tho needy your hoard. To bo pricked by lngratttudo's knlfo; .Anal perhaps yon havo boen through the wholo round of sin Did yu ever try courting your wltof S?? Then take my advlco and I think you will and 'TIS s pleasure as charming as new. ITotlow mnmory's...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 10 January 1891

jymHM j-mu uviy"1 ,ll."nwwi)ympiiii Mf,m pM"""' tw1 w MUW . iwijr. !ii,jj(p Wrm OHIO DEMOCRAT, liOGAN, omorATTJItDATT. JANUARY 10, 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. HOME-MADE INCUBATOR. One That Is Simple Hnongh to Prove) ICfllclent and Useful. Wo herewith give a description of an Incubator gotten up by J. J. lilnk, of Philadelphia, and described in Farm and Fireside. The tank, Fig. 1, Isof galvanized iron, 0 inches deep. Tho plpo A is K-inch gas pipe, while tho lower plpo is -lnoli gas pipe, connected at O and F with unions. The plpo nt D fltu togcthor like a stovoplpe so that by disconnect ing the unions C nnd F, tho bollor can bo taken off without any trouble. At B thoro is a X-inch T, with an J-lnch gauge-cock to tell tho height of water. At O there Is u V-inch faucet to empty tank and boiler II, when desired. Tho pipe I is for filling tho tank with water, while tho plpo J carries off smoke from tho lamp. The boiler, II, ismnde of gal vanized iron. Tho lamp burner is round, with the long c...

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. — 10 January 1891

i , .JM Afc, .U tf ' !K f;i .'WwVft. ri v ij-aft-atittii -I ',-' .';rt, 7 askl' mvtkMmtti1iit'ititntii IH M ''WW'j .' mmujwwmw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY J.O, 1891, iaSI'""UI "JIWUHHWOTf w.mKfftUPl-'llWtMliW' r, ii v;, rr-,rii i'f i , i- n II i'I --frT- THE BLACKBURN TRIAL ON CHARGE OF BURGLARY AMD LARCENY. fttoryof the Krinn Murder Detailed in Open Court. (Jalliorhig up tlie Threads of a Ureal (.'rime. Concluded. Cross examination: There wore two I eds mid trundle hod in tlio in tin room. 1 don't know wheth or Black n ml wife slept together, or not. I ncvor naw Blackburn In bod at Mucks. Ono of tin? 'olilldron woro j-Iek and my uiolher-!n-liiW liad borrowed the lioltloof castor oil of 11a and 1 wont altor if to give niiic to tlio child. Mllls'counsol here intorforod and witness de clined to answer furtliur. James Dillon: I live in Gibison villi, and visited the plu.-o whore tlio tiro had boon under the rocks. Then Is a foot-pith running east and west past the place about ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

,, y '. . . -:tl 1 1 ff I V 9 -- DEMOCRAT r F4 " JOB OFFICE 5 c J L. VOL. V. NO. 29 LOGAN, O,, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. I Thp Omn Ffi?iVirV',p a Plarger circulation I THAU AMY PAPER IH TUE VALLEY. I More News for Less "Money. ', Kinds of Job PrtntUuDonoS M JM HI "v V, !' A jj yg r V W 5 j X. K NJV k at LOWEST -1 "- -- -ta-.-Bi. - JSJ J8 .i. V ML. yK0r J&. &.-L -J.K. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OFiOQAlf. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Dopoalts secured by Individual 1 Liability of over four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doe ft general banking btiRlticss, Foreign Urn flu nnd Steamship Tickets for sale nt low vitratos. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opcrn House. CiAwnRNCR A. Cor.vmt, President. Oeouob W. Pult.rm, VIco l'resl. ItEimiiN D. Cuxvku, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Offico Hours from 0 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Botvcn, Cashier. Docs n ceuoriil bunking buitlnesi, receives d-aposltn, discounts puper, irnd buys ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

. .! JHt .M. U, :..-fi ., tjt ,,i x , ' Jtj;,t,'ff. ' " Mfft 'A't'l,);i,;lfi,ftw.tr'itirsiwwt, .T ,') i4itw 'T;w;r W i . ..ja i-l rt H(W!i MjhHmhVMnMHhHhhmHVHRRHSBhRBhB TUB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOG-A2T, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. . t fM t 8 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT- LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. FonTUNF. telling Ty the foot instead of the lmnd Is the lntost. IIastk is mnito to get the Mississippi levees reniiy for nnotlicr flood. Tim United States fish commission can not till the demand for rainbow rout. FoitTY-ntmiT languages aro spoken In Mexico and telephone girls are Bcarcc. 1'OitDV, Tex., has a hrido who is 0 feet S,i inches in height and only seventeen years old. One of the latest crazes in St. Louis is that of riding upon the electric cars to cure rheumatism. Tiieri: are 5,000 Indians living on reservations in New York State. The Scnccas number 2,000. La.mdkhtyille, N. J., has a midget eighteen years old and scarcely two feet high. She Is Mary Kelly. The newest nickel-in-a-slot mach...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

4 Jf-' -- ilto. .J.4 j. w ; ' - , ilfi'Afl it. ', ' ,fefe-:I' ,, ..'it.. & . Jt . iU..u jrMttttWHi..,l OraDE OHIO 3XEMOOBAT, LCGAtf, OHIO, SATUBJDAT, JANUARY 17, 1801, r JIM U8UL Governor Campbell's State Paper. !Tke People of all Cities Should Have Full Control of Their Own Affairs. To Accomplish This An Amendment to the Constitution is Rec ommended, To Be Voted on at the Next General Election. Other Matters to "Which the Att tion of the Gen- oral Assembly Is Called Are: Sallot Reform, Compulsory Primary Elections, tho Stnto Institutions, Taxation, School Books, La bor, Trusts, Olooxuargarino Legislation, Sohool Im provements, Pardons and Parols, Etc, Etc. EXECUTIVE ClTAMIlF.n, I Comj.mbus, O.t Jan. 0, 1S0L f To the General Assembly: Thorecelpls ot thOBcnornl rovenuo funil for tho fiscal year ending Nov. lfi, lffiil, as shown by tho report of tho Auditor of State. will aggre gate about three million four hundred thousand dollars; but tho expenditures for the same pe riod, provi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

3SSSS THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. nsr numiiumiwuiiJiiwiiinwimwii THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHM. A. H. Wilson, PrtpiletDt - EditOI. Entered nt the Pvst-oiceat Lotan as b'pcomltt'luns matter. AFTUHCHKISTMAS. l.ltttp lwy bliK', quit litnwlitff thnt liornj You'w kept II ii-Kolim l'tom unto morn. You ore making mo crazy Mltli liipkctnnd ttolw; Oli, whnt shall wc do with these U'rrlblo boys? Tiike 'am itiid Finnic 'cm mid put tliom to bill, Sinncll nil their tiumpeta nml buM tliclr ilrum IipiuI; Sluirtlioiu with enke till with colic tlicy cry, Then wo'lllmvcjiciicp till rourth of July. Tin: ballot box investigittlng committed hnvo reported, tind have bored Foraker and llalstcad for tlio simples. NATtiiiAii gas has completely failed at Columbus, and on last Wednesday 1,000 domestic con sumers retured to the use of the soojty black diamonds. Bito. Pursell's face looks blue this week. There is nothing like envy to make a fellow look blue. Jn the blueing business it beats thr...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

'?HIW1 '" ' MW WWIB,.H!1IM HI Wic)iiMrf?" -i. hit 11 j W)IW " WM fr OWIF ni'mw i iwimiii "nrWWp pryv? arf-W'-c, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. TWf.;rr 2V.1? paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT IotlnewsT -Win, Cnrpontor, of Mlllvillo, is In very poor health. C. CSooshoIts! of South tfen-y, wus In town yesterday. Born To Mr. and Mrs. David Later on Chrlstmiis dny, a son. Tho prlco of everything, ex cept thill paid labor Is looking up. L. McGlIl spent Sunday with Ills father-in-law, Jerry Carpenter. Mr. Fcrd Magol will give a dance at the llink, Thursday Jan. 22nd. Mensles are an epidemic in Lo gan at this tlmo with the little folks. James Englo and Will Korn nro both in a very poor stato of health. Mrs. W. II. Gaffney is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. S. Vim alt a. llufus Itobcr has sold his in terest and will retire from tho Arm of Itober & Co. John T. Nutter's friends pre sented him with a handsome gold watch last Snturdav. M...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

I mJitWiiseiftT HRSBBIHHWW nibiuiimrtiiriflhiiifBaffl uw,jj ., ,nTfc nrcrrc OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAK, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1891. aocAit, - - - oHia CE&&1H' WHAT THE BABY DID. mtio cosy twilight hiJ, 'TWlln' what tho baby did, SSta Matilda every night, Twlit the darkness an' the tight, Ttells mo In her cutest way .AU&afhlsl'ry of the day. Gives me all; leaver nothln' hid, ' VWlln' what the baby did. Seats tho whole decline an' (all i Of the Roman Empire. Ool I "William Shakespeare never hod i Cater thoughts than baby said, Vln' he bcz, to sing his thoughts, Sweeter words than Isaac Watts. YJkly, she leaves nothln' hid, TWUn' what the baby did. rooty hard scboolmnrm It fato To her scholars, small and groat; Xhev leltupon my han' TTAgleiof her sharp rattan; Vol She pities our distress, .Ail' she gives a glad recess "When Matilda sits, halt hid, ' Trllln' what tho baby did. Trudge off with my dinner pall Krery mornltg without fall: Work, wlthlmrdly time for breath; , Cls...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

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