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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 January 1891

BiMitf&iifljfiSJ V ZS3K9!lBX9UtKBHNSU,- -i' ' V"WW8' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, SATURDAY, JANUARY' 17, 1891. IM,L. iWH.Mil WlilU i-L-.. J. JILI.II--UI-UIMIIIWIH I II I '" ' ' ' ' '.J. lj rmiMt'iiriitwmfrwrTwuf'Mrw&Wxm,yvtttwsi HMjaw try fTi'imiiwui hwiii'wiu wuiwa.1 b'tjvmi 9Cli Story of an Author's Ohihl, . Every wiiumti In' -llio Jiinri bus SioWed aU)- before "John Hnlifii.v, (Gwtleuuui;" but how tunny know jnueli f the life of the womnii Whose braiii-ehjid he was?' There Ih In it it Httje roinnnco tluit I urn jSitre many will like to lieitr. Mar ked to m geatli'innn who wits n .cripple, Mrs. Mnlloeh ,Craik lived ,1111 Idyllic life nt u beau ilul country homo;, iv fo-w j.ijl.e.s from n county it own, She hoard one tiny, quite .incidentally, tht a baity had been mind tin a stoue at the crossroads, tltnt it It had been t nken to the -Town Hall iiud that nil the gentry about were going to look iitjjbe .cause it was suclvn'-swbetj little hlld. So, following the example ,of Iter neighb...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

WiVgr.V '.WW-''",?' ,-w ltOIn. - -i"ivgpfn9i Auditors Olllco THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. i More News for Less Money, All Kinds QfJob Printing Done at LOWEST PltlCES. VOL. V. NO. 80 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. JiNUARY 24, 1801. TEEMS, $1.50 PEIl YEAH. v . r, . .'- 'J , hJI -fc t. 1. 1 , ', C if i kWN ' ' f -WVV Jut THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Capital, $00,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hnndred Thousand Dollars. Does a fjonornt banking business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Tickets for solo ut low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. Lawrbnok A. Cui.vkii, President. QEOllOK W. l'ULLKN, VIcO 1'rCBt. Ubuiikm U. Culver. Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOG AX, Onto. Offico Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chtis. E. Iioivcn, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives tUiposlls, Ulscouuts pupor, and buys and sells Excliaiigo. 1SF-HANIC In central ro...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

IcEks TUB OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGJptf, OHIO, SATURDAY JANUARY 24, 1891. 3 i he mm dehoorat. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Tnn longest railroad Is tho Canadian Pacific. The Queen hns given 61,000 to tlio London distress fund. Next to the United States, Australia a stated to give the most gold. LrvCKi'OOL, Enff., getsSl,o00,000ycnr 'y rental from Its street railways. Tnn Emperor of Germany Is a photo grapher, llko Uio Prince of Wales. A dasi Is to bo built In Bear Valley, Cal., whose height will 'bo 120 feet. GovEBNonliiLilnbls message rcconv anonded a law compelling citizens to vote. STnAWDEiiniES aro now being shipped irom Lios Angeles County, Cal., to Chi. cago. Tun deepest coal mlno In the world Is near Tourney, Belgium; It is 3,542 foot in depth. The largest library Is tho Imperial of Paris, which contains over two million volumes. Tun Sultan of Turkey has attached to his bodyguard a soldier who Is 110 years old. There wcro 830 cremations In tho capital of Japan Juring tho month of Nov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

;-j tti Vj t AW WjUj '' -,. .9i.f4 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAIT, OHIO, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1891, "TV I r THE GRIP WE HAVE TO CARRY. Far each nnd all In wnys n'.ong, It mnttrrs not it wools or strong, Or whether young, or whether old, Tho way ho poor, or stroira with gold, Tliuro Is a grip to carry. It may bo itltdoil, or bo worn, It's nil tho same, it must bo borno, Thero's no cscnpo, no uso to try, TUo bettor way la shoulder high i Tho gtlp wo unvo to carry. Our brother Just across tho way Booms hlRhly favorod day by day) Wo murmur at our lot and plno, To thtnl; ho has tho bost of wine, And has no grip to carry. Hut ah I his grip Is tinsel-tipped, Ills ulna too t.lttor to bo dlppoi; Wo cun not lift tho weight ho bears, Wo can not know another's caros, Till vo his grip would carry, To each and all Is stinted out Tho ono adopted for tho route, If largo or small. If old or now, 'TIs suited, frlond, to mo, to you, Tho grip wo havo to carry. Then let us march with shout and song, 'Twill...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

mmmmmmminiimmmimmm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 1891. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm ( THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.UREIIM. Fropitotot A.. H. Wilson, - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan ffs Seronu-GInss mailer. Tim: Republicans In Congress nre iniul and it is not Hie r.esult of lintel. learning either. Jt is jantcl that John Sherman be wail lighting rebels about the tiuio his brother Win. T. cinit. Tin: Ohio Senate has now a full .quota of members, the vacancies having been filled. Now get to work. Judas' betrayal of the Savior Avlth ii kiss was u no moro signal exnmplo of Iiuimin depravity than urging the passage of the Force bill. Timjcs are not growing bettor sineo the passage of the new Tar ill". News of reductions in wages jeach us from nil classes of pro tected industries. IxciAT.T.b of Kansas, the other day throw hayseed in his hair and tried to pass for a farmer. Tho effort was generally understood to bo A lie ance. Sr.XATon Blair of New Hamp shire will cease to be Senator af...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

T!$qYS',,'"f"'ff'1 itiffr wwn srp THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. 1801. mi imHumm M 27? paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. This Is tlio latest on Annie Itoonoy, says nn exchange: Hlm's u chestnut, o 1m Joe, How they stand HI don't know; "When tliey marry how hnppy I will he, I Hi lh' was with MoQInty, In tho Ix.'tomof thosen. Sign your namo to your com munications. A good largo crop of ico has been harvested. Tlio electric light project has gone glimmering. Ij. W. Beery, of Benton was In the city Monday. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sain, Jan. 22, a son. Tlio Indian war Is over and the "ghost dances" ended. The Circuit court convones in Logan next Tuesday week. "Miss Stella Hamilton returned to Buchtel lust "Wednesday. Georgo Wright, of Columbus, is visiting at homo this week. Mrs. Honry Troxoll of Rock Bridge, is visiting frionds in Logan. It just now seems as if Galli polis will not get the Epileptic As ylum. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Mum...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

if.-UHtw tittm wfMhIB. M UMWIWW mmiULM K t;iK'.Bn(iartpniimmiBUBimJiiUjm iwnum-uiiiiuiujiiumwAjnijimw KDDE 01HO DEMOOItAT, LO GAIT, OHIO, SATUBDAT, JANUARY 24, 1801. i If m OHIO. "IT WAS WRITTEN." .And Dosplto All Prejudices Oomo Out ao It Should. OYOUthinkthat Is to bo your fate, Ezra," said Kay I! ark or, smiling, "No, my dear boy, I do not," answered Ezra Campbell, with emphasis. "That Is only what they say. If I had the slight est idea of there being any truth in It, I would commit suicide. I'm decidedly fond of fllrta tions.youknow, but you never catch mc flirting ';? -with a widow. I admit I am afraid of "A fniid of whom, Ezra?" ashed Stella, Ezra's cousin, who had entered the room in time to hear his last remark. An explanation followed, and as she contemplated her cousin, there was a gleam of mischief in her eye. A few days later Ezra unceremoniously ac costed Miss Campbell, saying: "Stella. I think it is outrageous!" "What, Ezra?" "Why, your inviting that widow to come here...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

Mm ,i . TUB OHIQ DEMOCRAT, LOGAJS. OHIO, SATCTBDAT. JANUARY 24, 1801. ifL FARM AND GARDEN. PROTECTION FOR TREES. A. Handy Cnntrlvnnco Sketched for tlio llrncflt or I'rult-Orowcrn. The term "sun scnlcl" ts applied to the wounds found on trees on their south or southwest sides. This seems to bo a more common source of injury to fruit nnd forest trees In the Western and Northern Stales than In the. Kast or South. Huch wounds cominenco by tho discoloration of tho bark at somo part exposed to tho sun's rays, and ends in tho dyinfj and falling oft of tho baric. I hare seen scnrlet oaks, whose butts wero exposed to the sun, that had U16 bark coming off for as much as twenty feet, or even more, on their southwest slue. Very many apple trees nro thus Injured. What the cause Is has often been disput ed, but It Is probablo that It results from tho action of tho sap on tho south sldo being suddenly checked after a time of warm weather, during which it had become very actlvo where the di rect su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 January 1891

rSBSSSSSSSimimM .MwVJK W til4YsvAB4ll&sna&L3tn ltf O iJi.r.'OeJLJAT. SATUllJDAY, J ANUABY 24, 1801. L XLt'j ; 'jl0WABm 1 JlJMlWBflWWI WWWI.MHIWUUW IBJWMBI.IWIWI.IB1MWIW IWiyp 1 W1WWWI WHlUlflWlWIBJIUWI W !. mMll IH It.MI nmrwiTlw jraiaaiwuri wmww ' . JUL wwiimwwwiM tinwM wuu wiiiwii K. HWIW'W t J ' t t W WT1TW W JUTM WMl'WfTI "W1 our coRirr.si'oxDnyrs. Ssilt Creek. Lint Friday about Jirty of Bnm ol Mercer's friends noii'hlMl ill Ms residence and wore treated It) it lilrtlulny dinner in honor of his 12nd. anniversary. Several wisest of La Grippe is re ported from Pike Hun. Mrs. Delia Garrett U dangerous ly ill with consumption. Abraham Dcvault is confined to his tied at this writing. i James Woodward of Cincinnati vl.-dted his parontH during holidays. Tliolvos have- been getting in their work an Jefferson Fetherolt's corn crib. A protracted mooting is in pro gress atZion church. After two week's vacation, Isaac Hcdforn has resumed teaching on Bine Greek. Wo hoar a great many ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

bL tirtt; V f. 5t h ,ik, i . , t vow.. A -A Auditors Ofllco . ,. pfcNIv ? I LARGER CIRCULATION $j m T1IAH AHY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. All Kinds of, Ton PrlltoJ JL JLjL mj V A J. A VJ Jy x Z SL A More Hews for Less Money. VOL. V, NO. 81 LOGAN, O., SATUKDAY, JANUARY 31. 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. q Demogr c r, jjf if inn i fir r;ij.- THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOQAU. Cash Capital, 980,000.00. Deposits Hccurcd by Individual Liability of over four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dues n general banking business. Foreign IJ rafts and Hteamshln Tickets for salo at low est rates. OFFICE, Iloom No. 5, Opera Iloasc. Oawukscf. A. Coi.veu, President. OKoitar. W. I'CLtKN, VIoo Prcsl. HKUiiKM I). Cudvkh, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. Ofllco If ours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chan. 12. Jiowcn, Cashier. Poena coner&l banking business, receives deposits, discounts uiper, and buys am! noils Exchange. . tigF-BANK In central room In the James niocu. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

TUB OHIO DEMOCRAT, iLOGAtf, OHIO, SATUBDAT. JANUARt 31, 1801. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOOAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A Nkw York clothing sign is Taylor, Cutting &. Co. One of the Sioux warriors Is named "Big Turkey." Tiiehk were 21,850 ilcatbs in Chicago last year, 200 being sulcidus. Qukkn Victoria Is asiistcd by five jnalds when sho makes her toilet. TunitK are about 25,000 teachers In the public schools of Pennsylvania. Knurr, the Prurjlnn gunmakcr, has nn annual income of about SI, 500,000. At present nlno American women aro matrimonially cngagod to titled foreign ers. A resident of Paw Paw, Mich., has a receipt for a tax paid by his ancestry in 1409. Empress Auousta will accompany Emperor William and his wife to Eng land. White onions, eaten raw, aro mco and more recommonded as a euro for insomnia. Wagxjsrian music has been barred out of the Metropolitan Theater, Now York City. TltE largest peach orchard in tho world is at Blownwood, Tex., which contains 11,000 trees. Omda perfume...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

mcmmmmwQH THE OHIO DUMOOKAT, LOaAST, OHIO, SATUEDAT, JANUARY 31, 1891. THE FARMERS. Stato Oonvontlon of tho Ohio Form ens' Alllanoo at Gallon. Growth of tho Organization ns Shown by the Secretary's lteport Presi dent Likens' Address Tho Committeo on Resolutions Pre sent a Platform Which Is Dobatcd at Length and With Fow Exceptions Adopted. Gonfcrrncc with tlio Knight of T.ntxir Nearly All tlio Stiito OITIrorB Ho- i;lc(l(l liy Acclnmittlon Do- , tailed Itopurt of tlio I'rocscillncsi Oat.ion, O. Jan. 20. The third an nual session of tlio Ohio Former's Alli ance convened In this city to-day with about eight hundred delegates In ufc tendanee. Tho session opened In an In formal manner, the morning being de voted to the appointment of proper com mittees, etc. Tho only Incident of par ticular Interest In addition to tho reports that occurred in tho morning was tho Introdu Hon of the following resolution by Affrcd Whittukcr, of Cleveland: Resolved. Tliat anv mombor of tho Farmors' Alliances...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1891. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHlf. Ftoptletol Editor. A.. H. 'Wilson, Entered al the Pout-office at Logan ae Second-class matter. Senator Inoaw-h will rotlro March, 4th. Foun weeks und four dnys will oiid tho 61st. Congress. There will probably bo an oxtrn session of the 52nd. Congress. The Imperialists of this Con gress uro in tho condition of caged lions willing, but unable to injure. The Closure resolution was dis placed In tho U.S. Senate on last Honday, by a vote of 35 yeas to 31 nays. Now that the Forco bill and Clos ure resolution havo been laid aside, let us have a little necessary legis lation. Tiieuis Is room for tho bollof that ono purpose of tho Forco bill was to intrench the Eepublican j.arty so flrmly In control of the Government that it could snap' its Angers at'tho popular, demand for tariff revision as "Immaterial." There was to be a bayonet behind every section of the tarifl law. Tho Forco bill has been tied up, but tho pur...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1891. mmmwmmm i i n mi a c mtmmmm i i O M I N G OPERA ?W 3ES XI , . 3RT JES 35 D -THE OIIARMIN'a- ATCD c X3f E H o u s c f . JE3 ACT -L--fcln.w SUCCESSFUL COMEDY. TATTOO Scenery. Splendid "A Magnificent This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCEAT L06AL NEWS. - - - Dr. Munsflold is on tho sick list. Now lot tho Forco bill stay dontl. D. H. Alton Bundayed in Bon ton township. John Motcstono returned to Porry last Tuesday. Ex-Mayor Stclnraan is confined to his room by illness. Postmaster Pursell was at the Capital City on Tuesdny. Mrs. John Biossor visited her brothor this week at Jobs. Tho county school examiners moot again next Saturday. A "Tattoo Mark" at tho Opora House Wednesday Feb. 4th. Agricultural Society election to day. Chooso good officers. Reserved seatH on sale for "A Tattoo Mark," at Kesslor Bros. Frank Krieg left Tuesday. morning for an extended trip oast. Supt, It. E. Bayraan was in Lancaster lust Satu...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

tEXEE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAST, JANUARY 81, 1891. OHIO THE GUARDIAN ANGEL. A Lullaby. ttiy, steep and drenl no liarin; clapped la that protecting turn, Not a breath ot ill shall come to thy angel- guarded homo. Older ejes may weeping wolton, oldor hoarts may gTlevo forsnlten, IRura art safe in cradled rest, nlrdllng In a hap py nest. "TCtea weary world, no doubt, but thou hast not fan rid It oat; Only lotc has sheltered thco, from a thousand perils free. Oroilng to the world a stranger, thou hast known nor fear nor dangor; Xitlle hlng from morn to night, ruling In thy sovereign right. Coldcn head on pillow laid; vlolot eyes 'ncath silken shado; Dimpled hands and dainty foot; cheeks liko rotws, Hushed and swoot. Girt of gifts to mother given, making homo an earthly heaven, Neh tho spreading angel wings, where tho child's on n nngol sings. l"ir and wldo tho angola fly, sweeping down tho st irllt slty. Some to watch o'er beds of pain, soma to hover o'er tho mnln. This to b...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

THE OHIO DEMOOBAT, LOGAN", OHIO, SATUBDAy, JAN UAH 31, 1801. FARM AND GARDEN. AN EXCELLENT BROODER. Sketch of Olio Tlmt Una llrcn Used to Cuimldrrabln Advnntiififl. Wo give an excellent brooder by Mr. 1). M. l'ttlmcr, of Now York, in tills issuo, an used by htm tho past season. It la 4 feet long, 22 Inches wido and 18 Inches high on ono sido and 24 Inches high on tho other side. Tho box for tho lamp Js l'Jxlit Inches lnstdo. Tho brooder box 1ms an open bottom, but tho covor fits tight,, tho top having two or three Inches air spaco over tho tank, should tho top bo level. Tho water tank (Fig. !i) la mado of gulvan ked Iron, 1 Inch deep and 12x54 Inches. Tho stand-pipe is 8 Inches long, inado largo enough to insert tho neck of a quart bottlo In tho top. Any houso lamp can bo used, tho top of tho chimney being half an inch from tho undorsldo of tho tank. Tho tank is covered with cloth or bagging, sowed on closo and tight. Tho mother is a framo, mado of pine, covered with paper or tarred...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 January 1891

OHIO DEMOCRAT .SATURDAY, JANUARY 81, 1891. WF Tt- 1J Jl ,1IM fctjatH M MtmtBaiMyiimiiHimwiininjmiiaiiiMiiiftiri I tMfVl fBWPflWfW M1 I'll K Tin? Slick I'liriiior. Ouenf tliu slicked gii'ties over worked by eonlliloneo men la Hint of buying u farm. Ono of u pair looks ovor the country until lie ilnds (ho man ho Is nfti'r, and ho thou buys the farm nt the farmer's own price, paying from $50 to $200 down to bind tho bargain. Hoforu the papers enn be mado out u con federate comes along, falls In love with tho stiiiiu farm and offers the farmer $2,000 moro than tho other did. Tho agriculturist sees a spec ulation hor.e and he buys tho first purehnsor off with a big bonus. Then liotl; men dropout of sight, and the farmer learns something now. I was stopping over night with a Connecticut tanner who had sold .out and taken out $200 to bind tlio bargain. I was there when the second man called with his tempt ing ofTer. Wo wnlted at the barn and Undo Jerry .came In and said to Aunt Sally: "See...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

f4. ,WWH 4kl. "THE OHIO DEMOCRAT T" The LARGER CIRCULATION i JOB OFFICE. THAN AM PAPER IN THE VALLEY. i All Jvinds of dob I'rlntlnyDono More Hews for Less Money, at LOWEST PRICES. VOL. V. NO. B2 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, "FEBUARr 7, 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, - $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. I)op a poneral banking IniMiioRH. PnrolRii Draft and Hteamishlp TickcU for salo lit low est rAtuH. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. CiAWtiKNOB A. Cur.VKit, President. Okokok W. Pui.i.ux, Vice Prest. REUUBN 1). CULVER, Cushion THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. ra. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000, John Walker, President, Chan. 12. liowcn, Cashier. Damn gcncinl bunking btixlncni, rccotven dmxxltR, tllscouutrt liunor, and buys and noils Exchange. rar-n oo k. ANK-In central room In the Jnnicit Bio ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREHM. Mtorney-at-Law and notary Public, Dnlllsoii lluihl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 February 1891

UTH3J OHIO DEMOOEAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, FEBRTJABY 7, 1891. THE MO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO CURRENT TOPICS Ex-Empiiess Eeghnie haa nn incoma otSlSO.OOO per annum. Huntkks nre killing bears In the swamps oil Now Jcrsoy. A bkiut-danckii's costumo contains stearty 100 yards of material. GmtitAN hostility to American pork ccms to be insurmountable. An academy for "scientific travelers" Is to be established in Ucnoo. Mn. Paiinbll contradicts tho report that ho intended to visit America. Massachusetts last yoar expended 53,280,000 for educational purposes. A chaiutaiile lady has presented a brand now graveyard to Joffcrson City, Mo. The newest ball bodico is nothing but two bits of shoulder tape and a waist band. Bishop Bowman, of St. Louis, has passed more than fifty years in church work. Lokd Salisbury is said to work four teen hours a day, writing and reading dispatches An English writer speaks of Oklaho ma as "surrounded by tiio Great Amcr can desert." A twelte-year-old boy of Dcnrbor...

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

THE OHIO DEMOOItAT, liOQAJR, OHIO, SATUKDAT, FEBRUARY 7, 1891. HE WORRIED ABOUT IT. Tho nun's beat will glvo out la ten million years wore," Anil ho worried about It) "It will euro glvo out thon, il It doesn't bo fore," And ha worried about it; It would suraly glvo out, so tho (scientists said In all sclcntlncnl books that ho read, And tho whole mighty unlvorso thon wnuld bo dead And ho tvorrlod about It) "And somo day tho oarth will loll Into the sun." And ho worried about It; " Just n sure, and us straight, as it shot from a gun," And ho worried about ltt "When strong gravitation unbuckles her straps Just picture," ho said, "what a tearful col- lapsol It will oomo In n fow million ages, perhaps" And ho worried about It. "Tho oarth will becomo much too small for tho race," And ho worried about It; "Whon we'll pay thirty dollars an Inch for pure space," And ho worrlod about It; "Tho oarth will bo crowded so much, without doubt, That thero'll bo no room for ono's tonguo to stick out,...

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