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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1891. El'JJMjrnOiTKMaiTrTflUMIUJPSLWUR UBHH .Kwwwwummj FAMILY SCRAP DASKUT. A TnUtnblii nnil Tluielr Complication of Household Hint. Boll clothosplns In clour tvator onco a month and they will bo much movo dur nblo. Opon canned fruit an hour or two bo foro It is needed for use It Is tar rlolior when tho oxygon Is thus rostorod to It. lloat an prr thoroughly In a bowl and add ono teacup of cold water to It. Uso enough ot this to thoroughly molston colToo when making It. Koop In a cold placo, nnd wasto no moro eggs by dry ing. Granulated sugar Is tho purost brand; consoquontly tho choapost. Do not uso qulto as much as of othor kinds one half inch loss for a cupful. Cnko hat tor miulo with granulated sugar requires longor boating than usual; aa tho sugar is longorln dissolving. To boat tho whlto of an ogg stiff, with ouso, tboy should bo cold, with a vory email, pinch of salt Egg'Sholls are somowbat porous, and Ilka buttor and chooso absorb unpl...

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. — 28 February 1891

"u'"" oi fJ,HE OHIO "DEMOCRAT '.'.'nil! f'i. LAnaeGmcubATio'N JOB , OFFICE. n THAN ANY PAPER IK THE YALLEY. n. t All KIntlitbf'Job Print t)ijf Doha J JL J. More News-for Less- Money. i utLO irnsT ritroMi.' "i: VOL. V. NO. 85 LOGAN, O., SATtrSJDAT. 'FEBRUARY 28, .1801. 'TEBMS, 1 .50 PEE YEAR. T 1? 1 "' ' Wft M C (f w -L THE PEOPLE'SBANK OP LOO AN. Cnsli Citjiltnl, 350,000.00. Doposlts secured by Individual Liability bf ovbr Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock ft general banking luiHltiorm. ForolRii Drafts nml Httain&hlp Tickets for wile at low cut, rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. f, Oitcm House. riAWttKNCK A. Oor.vmi, President. Gkoiuik W. I'um.kn, Vlro Profit. lluumsx I). CuIjVKH, Cuslilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LO GAJb , OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President, Chas, J2. Jiowcn, Cashier. Door a ccncral banking business, receives deposits, discounts papor, und buys anil sells K.cuango. . tJJP-BANK In central room In tho James Jilouk...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

WMWSB9SZ3 MMMMWsNsBVflB T3JH OHIO BBMOOBAT, LOGAlf, OHIO, SATUKDAY. FUBniTAirS! 28, 1801. THE LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Mrs. Clkveland Is taking lessons on the violin. Womc on tho Nicaragua canal Is pro grossing rapidly. Mexico Is to have tho longest tunnel on this Continent. The John Uoylo O'Reflly fund now -amounts to $181,000. The narao of tho present Earl of Portsmouth Is Isnnc Newton. A MACHINE has been invented for mak ing shoestrings out of paper. Qeoiiqia was settled tit Savannah, by General Oglethorpe, February 12( 1733. The collection for tho Bismarck mon. timont in Berlin now amounts to 013,330 marks. GconoiA has como Into Arbor Day, and makes tho first Friday in December tho time. The Yankee genius still flourishes. The statistics of tho patent office grow every year. The late Duke of Bedford made the twelfth peer to commit suicido during this century. Missouri annually expends over S7, 000 for tobacco for the convicts in tho penitentiary. Mabcii 10 will be the 28th a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

ON THE HOOKS. A Voosol Gooa to Piooos on Paoiflo Coast tho Fonrlotn of the Crew nnd Four Itcscaor l'rrlsh. The ship Elizabeth, of Now York, which went ashoro on tlio rocks at North Head, Saturdny night, had twenty men on board tho Captain, two mutes, tho cook and sixteen sailors; also tho Captain's wife and two children. Threo sailors, the Captain's wife and chil dren got off In a small boat. Tho boat capsized, but tho occupants were rescued by a tug. It Is thought that the rest of tho vessel's crow were drowned. A lifeboat went to tho shipwreck sailors, but was capsized by tho waves, and tho captain of tho boat drof ned. Tho ship is breaking up fast on the rocks, and will bo a total loss. Tugs have taken two parties of men across the bay to Saucollto, and they havo started over tho bills to search tho beach for survivors. It is now known that tho captain and seven teen sailors of the ship Elizabeth wcro drowned in the wreck. Tho details of tho wreck arc hard to obtain, as tho point...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATUBPAY, FEBRUARY 28,1891. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q.YT.BflEflM. ProptUtoi A.. H. Wilson, - - Editor. Entered at the PM-oj)lcc at Logan ffs Second'Cluss matter. Announcements. V,o aro authorized to make the (following unnounoementi forTown flhlp ami Corporation otllcors, sub ject to the decision of the Democ racy at the Primary tills spring. Fails Township. Trustee, A. J. BURGESS. ZACHjItrAUpQNJ3rySO, Treasurer. N. J. WEILAND, (for ronooiinntion) Assessor, Ooro Precinct, J. H. MYERS. P. J. GQODLIVE. JL?alls Precinct, ';D. E. IJarsch. .ognn, Village. Solicitor C.V. WRIGHT. The McCurgish Trial Continued From First Page. about 15 minutes of a rough house," and thon broke In the window, wo then went into MarK's house And wo soon heard Mad. say, "I can who did whip the big son that. Mark said, "you can you," and got up and w.ent toward the kitchon dcior, to go .out. His wife tried to keep him from going out but he pulled tho door open and went out and went down to where Mad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1891. 2Vjs paper goestoprcss at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT L06AL NEWS. M. D. Mooro wrta in Columbus Monday. John Schompp was in Lnn custor Wednesday1. Ell M. Wost, of Colunibus wns in the city Monday. JudgO'Stoinmnn is vory sick Buttering with dropsy. Chas Wels and wlfo havo gono to Argentine, Kansas. Baskin & Woljnsky quote a ,fow prices in tnoir now ''ad." Mrs. Adalino Stout spent Sun day wtih.friondsin Starr township. J. J. Schlockmau and his fami ly moved to Columbus, this week. Mr. Raymond Bolt is confined to his bed with a sovero attack of La Grippe. Br. Mansfield loft yesterday for a visit of sovoral days in In dianopolis. Attorney Robt Swinohart, of Adclphl, was in town on business Wednesday. The Democrats of Laurel Tp- will hold their primary on Satur day, March 28. Miss Lucy Wolf of Junction City, Is the guest of her cousin, Miss Md3ftr&ffehtfr" -' Wliyjjaschroturned Thursday from his trip to California, Mex...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

ihjH3"1TM JiuMlutll tfBiBIMHifi Tim OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAy, EBBTTABX 28, 1891. Mfate XOGAN, OHIO. A FAMILY DRUM CORPS. A. little nin bought him a big bass-drum; Doom boom boom I "Who knows," aald ho, "whon tho war will comol" Boom boom boom 1 "rn not at nil -frightened, you understand, But, II I am called on to tight lor my land, B want to bo ready to play In the band," Boom boom boom I Mo got nil his ttlldren Uttlo snaro drums; lloora tlde St boom 1 And they'd practice as soon as they'd finished their sums. Boom tldera-da boom I '"We're just like our papa," In chorus said they, "And, tf wo shoutd over got Into the tray, Why, It's safer to thump than to fight any day!" Boom tldera-da boom 1 -And, showing her spirit, the little man's wife lloom tldera-da boom I With tome of her pin-money purchased a nfo ; Booin tldcra da boom I And, picking out tunes that woro not very hard. They'd pltiy them while marching around the back yard, Witlioat for ono's feelings the Bllghtost...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

THE OHIO DUMOOItAT, OGT, 0HIO, SATUcjlA FEBIlTJAItY 28, 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. THREE-HORSE WAGON POLE. Ono Tlmt In V.uMy Mndc 'anil 'Will ricnr Cimnlilorablo Hlrnln. Three or four years ago I broko my wngon tonjruc. I bought another and mado a threo-horso tongue out of tho old one. I Rawed tho polo off about 4 or 0 InohcB from tho hounds and made a tenon on tho end. I took a scantling about 24 inches square and 2 loot 4 inches long, and made a mortice In tho middle for the tenon on tho polo; also made a small tenon on each end of tho cross-pieces, as shown in tho cut at C. I bolted pieces of iron on tho ends of f. the pales, with holes for the rod It, that goes through the tongue. Also a rod of iron goes through the poles close to tho cross-piece. 'When the bolts arc screwed tight it makes tho tongue very solid, In tho cut, A is tho broken tongue, B tho front axle of tho wagon, and P the poles. The neck-yokes aro 28 inches long. The middle ring is 10 inches from the outer end of eac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 February 1891

uji ..jiuj.uiiuSBPJPItt'J SU'lilulej's Keply to Clciclnmli potiBrtntio, us ho ennnot wx lioliifTi f the long ami 'gloomy IImi of rcditcliniis in wugpt) lni,o Octo bpr (!, 1 890, knowing ns wo tire bound to iH'liovo ho docs, wlint nn I'plricmic of imiikruptuio? nud wngo 1 eductions swept over the country.cliiriiig tlio year following tho election of tteujnmin Hudson and a Ilopiibllt'iui Congrcs in 18S8, it required an unipeiiknblo efTrontry on tho part of William MeKinley, Jr., in replying at Toledo to Mr. Cleveland's recent remarks on the MeKinley bill, to say of (ho sug gestions of tnritr reform: "Tho mus ses of tho peoplo uro In no temper for such a suggestion, and they will never consent to the inauguration of a policy which will scalo down their wages and render it harder to obtain tho necessaries of life." Who is scaling down tho wages but tho protected man ufacturers who dictated the terms of tho MeKinley bill ? Who is making it harder for the working people to obtain tho nece...

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

sw iatttiMaffifyjMwi: -MwautjBflic nSH kt A r ' .A -i 'IfcJ '. fMJKMiy1!B ; PHy MTu.a-awi..5itigMr-i. uljm..-uj ;wiKpMaitgwwuifceiaAJiaf;.:-i.r.'awrtaDtt.-, r. n-ntv.y ,?mw,, y.rT, ..... "Co. THERMO DEMOCRAT P"1S V LARGER CIRCULATION . THAN ANY PAPER IK THE YALLEY. Mam Wov.ro fan T noo lilnnmr . i ' ffi JUb UhMGE. All Kinds of Job Pvhttlny Done uiviu uuiio iui 'jjuoa luvuiji wv VOL. V. HO.. 86 LOG-AH, O., SATURDAY, MAKCII 7, 1891. TEEMS, $1.50 Vtill YEAH. JKzWCff'BPSMp W "W w- If xjrv I ib -W-v rc. r xtxk tst- a kt HH 1 in I "I riH V M hf A? at LOWEST PItWES. I "" "T " ,&" """ " "-cm- Aix.. -aa wii w ' . .. ..,. - - -. - - ' ' ' ' - ..- .....- - - ' - T - '' - " ' ' -- V Of THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP L0Q AN. Cash Cnpltnl, 850,000.00. Doposlts secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand- Dollars. Does a gnncrnl banking bunlncRi. Foreign DrnrtsmidBteamsliln Tickets for ealo at low est rntes. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. rAwnnNcn A. Culveii, l'rcililent. Gkokcie AV....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 March 1891

ru IH J S- 7i. k-.5 . l&fc- pi hi -i OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS, Wisconsin lias a senator by the name of Apple. Tim lobsters nro rapidly disappearing Irom the coast of Maine The legislature of Oregon has passed an act prohibiting1 profanity. A Iiotel is to bo built on the top of Pike's pcnlc 14,300 feet above the sea evel. Eva Haa- Mann (ex-Mrs. Hamilton) ays positively that sho will not go up on the stage. Hanniiiai., Ma, warms its street cars with electricity and lights its churches with coal oil. A coi.i.KCTOtt of idols who died recent ly in San Francisco had a collection of COO little deities. A rKTiioi.r.uM-MoxoB trlcyclehas been invented that will run forty miles on one gallon of oil. Thomas A. Edison, according to a friend of his, is a vegetarian, eschewing flesh, fowl and fish. Thk census which was taken in Japan last year showed tlio population of the empire to be 40,073,020. A London editor has been mulcted In the sum of 933,500 by a fair plaintiff In a breach of promise sui...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 March 1891

.11H..1 i MmrtfiiTrt -- tnfiMiaMmi tfJA..1 i.:. THE OHIO DEMOOItAT, LOGr-CN", OHIO, SATUiCJUA-, MAftCIT 7, 1891. SI1E11MAN AND GRANT. Somo Intorostlng Hletorlool Corro- pondonco. i How lrn. filicrnmn Itrnicd tho I'rcil- dPMltiil Nomination In 1HH4 (Ion. Grunt'ii Opinion of Hliernuin Slinrinun on Grunt. ,, 111 ISSSGcn. Sherman wrotenn nrtlclo pf great interest for tho Nortli American Ilcvlcw. Wo quote. It in full: "In tho year of our Lord, 1884, tlicro wob to ha u sharp contest for tho nomi nation in Chicago for n presidential com illduto of tho Itepubllcan party. Tho ro6R and tho pcoplo bclloval that Maine wanted it, und everybody turned to him ns tho man best qualified to execute tho jpollcy, to accomplish tho result aimod at. Still, abnegating himself, ho wrote to me from Washington this letter: Confidential, strictly and absolutely bo. WASUiNOTOt?, D. a, May 25, 1884. MY Deau OENrniAr. This letter rcqulros no nnswer. After rending It Mo It awny In your most secret drowor or glvo ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1891. fiMwiiwtniffih m.w .MmitmnanvmrMivHMTrmww wwi umiwiki wiwiiif THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BBEHM. Proptlotol A.. II. Wilson, - - - Editor. Entered ut UtePosl-offlcc at Logan as Second-class matter.' - Announcements. We tiro authorized to niiiko tho following itiinnuiiuciiiuiits forTown Hhip and Corporation officers, sub JoeJ,to tho decision of tho Democ racy ut tho Pr injury this spring. Falls Township. Trustee-, 1 x A. J. BURG ESS. ZACIIAIUAU DONELSON. Treasurer. s X. J. WEILAND, (lor ronominntlon) Assessor, Goro Precinct, J. II. MYERS. P. J..GOODLIVE. ' Fulls Precinct, 3). E. IIARSOII. P. W. BRIGHT. Logan, Village. Solicitor C. V. WRIGHT. Two moro days, and tho business methods will be out of business. Tiru Cleveland post oflice squab ble is settled at lust, by tho ap pointment of Alfred T. Anderson to tho place. Mr. Anderson is at this time county Recorder, with nearly a year of his term yet in the future. J3o elections elect? The Republi can ...

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. — 7 March 1891

i wi i utmdtoR tmm nWi'w.riU'T rif.ii . THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1891. This paper goes lo press at S o'clock Friday evening THE OHIO DEMOCRAT , LO0AL mm, llepreBontutlvo I'rico was homo Thursday night. Dolph Stcdoni spoilt n fowdnys in Nownrk this week. Bom, Fob'y. 28th. to Mr. & Mrs. Wesloy Carpontcr, a son. Isatic Kontnor was in Colum bus Thursday, on business. G. W. Brohm was in Columbus Thursday, on legal business. Low MoGiil rtiiits 10,000 men to smoko "JGvon Up" stogies. Walter Bates of "Vinton, lias romoved his family to Logan. John Hansen is confined to his room and bed with rheumatism. . Will Blsley, who has been vory sick with quinsy, is convalescing. Born To Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Itaney, March 2nd., a daughter. March lias been tho most in clement month of tho season thus far. Wm. Carpenter of Mllivllle, died Tuesday night, of consump tion. . Dr. Mansfield returned Wed nesday evening from a trip to Ind ianopolis. -)QTjjDr. Finney was in Pennsylva nia lasb week t...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, ioGAH, OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1801. OHIO. TIME ILLS THAT NEVER CAME. TRhcn mlsfortuno comes to jrcu, then tlmo enough to bear ltl Jtod when danger is at hand, then tlmo enough to dare It; GIto honest tears to honest griefs but ah I I think with shamo CM ull tho anxious hours I'vo spent for Ills that nover camo. "Hxl Rlvcth Ills belovcil sleop," hut I have waked to natch Some dim, uncertain sorrow lift, with slow, sad hand, my latch Sren while sorrow passed my door, I watohed and feared tho stimol jlnd wept away the midnight hours for Ills that never came. KXi, vreary hoursl Oh, wasted hours, that might bavo been so bright I 2Jud I but trusted God's groat lovo, before my own weal! light, 3 had been richer by some years; I had not hnown the shamo Or weeping llko a coward soul, tor Ills that never came. Xo more I'll doubt, and fear, and watch, but sit In calm content; .And talto ith loving, trusting heart, oach bless ing that Is sent. To-day H full of peace and Joy...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 March 1891

-S- ! MiWM" I' iiflp'WJ'J"K! -air-- TEUD OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOAST, OHIO, SATURDAY MABOH 7, 1891. .Jt um.i uflm .Wi ;- 1 PARM AND GARDEN. IMPROVED FARM GATE. bno for Which It Orlglnntor Claim Wonderful Tiling. Ilcro is u slcotcli of a farm pnto which t have used for several years anil liavo fover seen In uso anywhora beyond my arm, although I have been In many places where snow Is a trouble. Its chief virtue lies In tho fact that it can bo raised to any height, and will maintain this altltudo und swing as well as when close to tho ground. Thero Is no special plan for tho gate. It only differs from other gates in being hung in n distinct fashion. A back piece is tZg&r made of scantling three inches square. 'This Is as high as tho high post of tho gate. Tho top hlngo must bo put as high as the gato will allow, as shown. Tho bottom hingo must bo placed a3 high as it will bo necessary to raise tho gate. Tho hinge is lot into tho bach sido of tho back plcco and ono bolt passes through tho...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1891. imanvtmmnmwm wiw xrmivrTT ntwwi '"'!' iiL'fWiJPritjwrtrTiTiyy'wwHti.twfiiwiji'iw'rjti wnnwiiwwytiriffaTwa l KMHAY ON 31'AN. It Is 1'ull of Vt'Isilom, Allliotib'li n JIoil oru (foninosltlone W llrlilta Dcmorrnt. Man (lint in born of woman Is small potatoes utul few in a hill. JIo vtevs up today tijul iloinlshos like u ragweed, and tomorrow, nr next day, tlio undertaker linth him. Ho jrootli I'ortli In the ninniiug warbling like 11 lark, and ii knock oil oat in ono round and two sec onds. In the middle of life he is in debt, nnd tlu tax collector pursues him wherever he tfoeth. The banister of life is lull of splinters, and ho slidcth down with considerable rapidity, lie walkuth forth in tho bright sunlight to absorb ozone, and tneeteth tho hank teller with a sip-liL draft for !fS57. He cometh liomo at eventido and meetelh tho wheelbarrow in his path. It riseth up mid smitcth jiim to tho earth, and fallcth upon him, and runneth ono of its leg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

4Wfc Org i .w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT ! LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE, THAU AMY PAPER IH THE YALLEY, All Kinds of Job Printing Done More Hews for Less Money. ut LOWEST I'll WHS. r YOL. V. NO. 87 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1891. TEEMS, $1.50 PEK YEAR. ) ' ifl 4 ," SV Tl S fc'. 16 JT 'Jk. 7 'Jft " I il jdP' "v V U CV i ;, M l . c H j fflA.. jEit JtA. fij , ff . JUi. JSJu JSL " .ffHl -t5 M JJ ,1 V J&. V" OiNi&V. SA i. XL. Jb&- ' ' ) J THE PEOPLE'S BMK OP LOGAN. . Cash Cnplf.nl, $50,000.00. 'Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n getiornl bunking Vmslnoin. Forclfcn Dra(t ami Htonmjhlp Tickets for solo nt low ostraton. OFFICE, Koom No. 5, Opcrn House. IjAwnRNon A. Ctri.TBi, rrcsUIont. Or.onac w. Pcllkn, Vlro 1'rest. Ui'.uiikv I). CuJ.vr.li, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 9 a. in. to 0 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, John Walker, President. ' CTtiis, E.Uoivcil, Cashier. Docs a general banking bnRtnos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATIjKjdA, MARCH 14, 1801. logan; OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A GfionoiA. man has boon Imprisoned for tho larceny of an umbrella. It Is Balil that Tennyson received 843 per word for his last poem, "Sleep." The Tcnnessco legislature has de clined to pass a bill forbidding sheep to run at large. Alien lnnd owners in Kansas aro in danger of being dispossessed by legisla tive enactment. Atchison sets up a claim to tho small est calf ever born in Kansas. It weighs only eight pounds. AcconniNO to statistical reports 130,000 married women arc engaged in business pursuits in (icrmany. CiiAiir.r.s Tr.no, of Uarre, Vt, is tho Sappy father of twenty-seven girls, all living and in jolly health. Under the new constitution of Mis sissippi payment of a poll tax is neces sary if a man wants to vote. There are over ninety girls in tho Philadelphia training school for nurses &t the Philadelphia hospital. Tnn British museum acquired 350 Greek coins in 180012 of them gold ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

THU OHIO DEMOCRAT, liOGrAtf, OHIO, SATUBDAT, MARCH 14, 1891, OBSCUniTY. I have seen a pure, whlto Illy Hear lta stutoly, quoonly head In n closo, eoctudod cornor, Whoro 110 my or light was shed. I havo noticed 'twas surrounded Hy ungntnty, Bcontloss Howors, Dut thoy did not mar Its beauty, As It bloomed nway tho hours. No I Its purity and freshnoss Hy tho contrast was lncrcasodl To remember thd groat lesson That It tutyht, I have not ceased. As that lilv through tho summer, 'JIM u.in minding. vuurso, toitl 1 l tiom, Almost hidden from tho Htinxliino, Casting, yot, Its sweet perfume, . . So may lives roflncd and noblo , ': Often Uourlsh In tho shado, Basking only In tho sunlight That their own puro thoughts havo , ( made. Though tho song thoy sing may novor Hy tho world at largo bo heard, r In somo heart, toll-worn and weary, Good lmpulsos may bo stlrrod. And tho gracious, tender Fathor Loves that unknown soul tho samo As tho ono whoso namo Is wrltton . On tho broad whlto scroll of f...

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