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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

TITE OHIO PEM&QRAfr?'SATU&DAY, MARCH 14, 1801. mMm w THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q W. BBEHH. Frojuletol A.. H. Wilson, - - 1 Editor. IJntercdatthel'osl-oJJlccatLo(a) a,i Seoofit-class' mattdr. Announcements. Wo aro authorized to make the following unnouuccinonts forTown hip and Corporation oiUccrA, sub ject to tho decision Of tho Democ racy at the Primary this spring. Fulls Township. Trustee, A. J. BURGESS. ZACIIAlttAH DONELSON. Treasurer. ;" N. J. WEILANP, (for rcnomlnatiou) Aflscisor, v Guro Precinct',' .,!.. ,.'t; J. H. MYERS. ,'l.'P.J ,300pLIVE. i'.'S Falls Precinct, D. E. IIARSOII. P. W. BRJOHT. Logan, Villago. Solicitor C. V. WItlGHT. TiiBnE Ohio. are 25,120 teachers in Tun proper "addition" to make to the White House would bo a new president. Thrhk is "Maw which imposes a flno of$ojtipoii a parent who al lows 'hitf child to linger flround a railroad track. juJ. lis sj The principal aim of tho Repub lican party for the last two years, eems to have 'bqen to defeat tho will of th...

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. — 14 March 1891

fhta paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. UHE OHIO DEMOCRAT LOGAL NEWS, Born Mnrch flth. to Mr. nnd MM. Ed Bnrkor, a son. John IUsclio lias rolurncd to his homo nt Winchester. Col. SteoJo of Lancaster, Ohio, wufl itt.tawn Wednesday. Mr. Fred Hofglo mado ua a Born to Mr., and Mrs. Frank GattagTh6rMt!ch:9tH.,a son. Dr,"WlU;Hafl8enofNl8onvlHo, was in tuo city wx Tuosuny. Auditor Armstrong was In Columbus Monday on business. Mr. Courad Mltlor of Ppiry township, was .burled Wednesday. A political debt was paid off last TueBdny night at tho City Building. W,m. Kimborling , has a new s advertisement tbla week in anoth- -fit column. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith fo Corning, wore in Logan sonio few days thi9 week. Col. N; F. Hltchcopk of tho 90th O., V. I. died a few days ago at his iiomo in Nebraska. tWal';or Rochester was liomo 1 front Zaneavillq Business College onodaythi8-w;ebi(sf.L'i c Frank Pond has'fcbhd'toTaco mu, vy$8hngtorif whprehe expects to kq into: business. '' He'hty'...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

1, ,. . rEBDBl OHIO 3XEMOOBAT, XOGrAlT, OHIO, SATDEUAX, MAHOU 14, 1891. Mi i im ohio democrat. LOGAN, OHIO. WHY SHE FLED. Oat Miss Du Swoto with slippered fact. And somonhat battered ijown, .And as she scanned too card In hand, Her forehead Bhowod a frown. "A'sl" ho sighed, "another brldol Ilowcertnin Is my doom .Some gift to pay without delay, Or find my social tomb. A wrapper now, I need, HU truo, And flxlu(S by tho score. Jk parasol, R'oves, shoes and all. Mean riollnf bills galore. -"nut what of that! My purso Is flat, The weddings coma so fast; 'TIs plain, that I, with many a sigh, Must mako my old duds last. "I know 'twould bo qulto wise for mo, To work the sumo shrewd plan; 'This I might do, but brides, 'tis true. Need first of all nman. An4 I'm afraid a mjild arrayed In i-dabby gown and shoes, Tt'omnn of taste, whato'cr his haste, From out tho throng would choose. "So nought to mo Is left, I seo. Hut flight from fashion's zone; In Nioic lone place, I'll bide my face, Where b...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, laOGkAJST, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1801. f FARM AND GARDEN. TRELLIS HOUSE PLANTS. How to Detnlop tho Incompnrnlilo llcauly of Climbing Vlne. It Is rnvo to And any climbing vino nmonghouso plants given half a chance, or so treated as to develop a tithe of the beauty that might bo secured If fur nished with a sultablo trellis and prop erly trained thereon. Tho ordinary trellis as manufactured for tho trado Is nbout as insufficient, worthless an ap ology for what It is Intended for as any thing could well be a nimplo flat lad der. It takes only a short time for the plant to roach tho top and then thcro is no chanco to Bupport tho growth unless tho vine is turned unnaturally down ward or led off on to something else. What is wanted Is a largo amount of surface exposed to tho light and air with a chanco to train tho growth horizontally for a deflnlto length of time. Tho simplest form Is to follow tho cxnmplo of tho gardener or hop grower and havo a pole, only It shou...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 14 March 1891

T" i THE OITIO DEMOCRAT SATXrIU)AY, MAllOii Ik 1891. tmmaaiuvmSMsniTfrjmrt9miJmJMrrwTWBrazJ wimmiwinfiiwpwiiiwiiMMww mmuuwimiu imimlmin'i wiiwu lj.imjMjnmMj,mMnr 1 l .1 w.i'Uj.wwa 1 'm1: u jiijjjuiLi mmmn&mM I II I IU'luiliIlcan IMrnYitfentice. I inu iuii uxiriiviigiiiiuu mi "inu CougreftX which, hits just uxptrtftl o.uniiot ho iiccurutoly dutorntluud until many yearn havo clapsodt Bills havu hceli passed tint t. will call eventually for the expenditure of millions of money, hut the ex tent of the I) urdt 11 with whluh the Treasury has heen loaded cannot yet ho determined. Nevertheless, wo know that the World's predic tion of 11 deficiency at the end of the present lineal year has been Justified, and that the further pre diction that fhe Government would bo bankrupted by the expi ration of the ttecal year, June oO, 892, is nmply borne out. On the face of the annual ap propriations tho Fifty-first Con gress has provided for un expendi ture or moro than $1,000,000,000 for tho two ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

V swJ LARGER "CIRCULATION THAH AHY PAPER IH THE VALLEY. JOB- OFFICE. ( All Kinds of Job Printing Done . . More News for Less I atLO VEST PllICES. VOL. V. NO. 88 LOGAN, 0., SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 4fc THE OHIO DEMOCRAT fT V -w tit -w "- W -r- x jbt - r -a 4 I HHUHDUKW X K. A 1 . Money, i r u THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP LOO AN. :-v Cnsh Cnpltrd, ,$50,000.00. Deposits socured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. noes a Roncral banking business. Foreign Drafts nna Steamship Tickets for Hale nt low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera Honso. tiTVHKNcn A. Ccr.visn, President. UKoiian V. Vum.kn, Vlro Prcst. Uuudkk D. ClHA'KK, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offlco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $60,000, John Walker, President. Gluts. E.Hoivcn, Cashier. - ' t Doem a eenoral banking business, receives dnpqslts, Miscounts papor, and buys unci sells Exchange. BANK In central room in tlia James Bloc ATTORNEYS. Gr. W. BREH...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Pakis employs 105,000 dressmakers. Never wns wlinlcbono so dear as itls tow WO per pound. Tits Kmprcss Frederick has nothing but words of prnlfio for Frenchmen. Thk toa crop this year will be short at tho usual product by about 27,000,000 pounds. Sxpxns bearing undecipherable hiero glyphics havo been discovered In North Carolina. Tin: new torpedo gun will throw a charge of 400 pounds of nitroglycerine 1,000 feet, IK South Dakota "a blind pig, " Is tho term applied to a placo whero beer Is cold secretly. A .miss of Quakcrtown, Pa., has mado a patch-work bcdqullt which contains 23,228 pieces. Thk sultan of Turkey lias conferred tho order of tho Shekfat upon Mrs. Whitclaw Held. A Coi.ua a. (Cal.) farmer repaired tho iloor of his granary and killed 1,630 rats found underneath It A woman' of Itaeinc, Wis., has been fined S5 and costs for making faces at her pastor In church. Thomas A. Udison, says rumor, is at work on a huru cure for that s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

PROTEST FROM ITALY Acalnst tho Massacro of tbo Ital lano in Now Orloana. Threo of tho Victims gnld to II o Sutdocts or Hint; Humbert, nnd Thorn Aro Therefore lntorimtlonnt Klfilitu Involvcil. Baron Favn, the Italian mlnlslcr,Sun day, formally brought to tho attention of the president the slaughter of .Sicilian prisoners in the parish jail ut Now Or- I loans, buturduy. As a result, beorotnry Blaine sent tho following illspatch to Gov. Nloholls: "It has been represented to the president by tho Minister of Italy acc(!(lltcd to this government that nmong the victims of tho dcplorablo massacre which took place in tho city of Now Orleans Saturday were three or more hubjects of tho king of Italy. Our treaty with that friendly govern ment (w)iiuh under tho constitution is tho supremo law of tho land) guaran tees to tho Italian subjects domiciled in tho United States tho most constant protection and security for their per sons and property making them amen able on tho samo basis as our own c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

mMrfttwimm ,wwwwwriWi?ffWWf'wsHRj((pi(i tt!St THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. e O.W.BREHM. Proprictot Editor. A... H. "Wilson, - Entered at the Post-office at Logan as Second-class matter. Announcements. We are authorized to make tlio following announcements for'Pown Hhip and Corporation olllcers, sub ject to the decision or tlio Democ racy at tho Primary tills spring. Falls Township. Trusted, A. J. BURGESS. ACHAJtlAII DONELSON. Treasurer. N. J. WEI LAND, for ronomlnatlon) Assessor, ,Goro Precinct, J. II. MYERS. P. J. GOODLIVE. Falls Precinct, , D. E. HARSCir. P. W. BRIGHT. -BENJAMIN BEBOUT, 1st Ward, Logan. Logan, Village. Solicitor C. V. WRIGHT. Last year the Pittsburg Post, rdlstjlbuted 59 safety bicycles among boy and girls of Pittsburg and of towns in counties adjoining Pittsburg. These wheels were giv- on onrewardsfor a certain number of foil r week's subscribers obtain ed for the Daily Post. This year the Po$Msoffcring bettor wheels jind bettor inducements than It did last year. Any boy o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

THE. Oil JO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1891. njjijiail iiamnaHLww,nf'Kim, This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Every beo to Its own hlvo. Chas. Roso was in Columbus Tuosdny. Sheriff Wright was nt Athens Thursday It looks ns if tho canal must eventually go. -rLowls Blossor has received ad ditional pension. Mr. John Lorcntz on east Main street Is very sick. Thoro will bo stock sales at Junction City, March 2Cth. O. W. H. "Wright has been on the sick list for several days. Frank Kesslor has built art ad dltjon to his office building. John D. McLaln is building a now h6uso on Gallagher Avenue. Will Butln and family havo moved to Point Pleasant W. Vn. Chas. Juergonsmelor made this offlco a pleasant visit Tuesday. Subscribe for tho Democrat. This is always tho correct thing to do. It was a masterpiece tho ar rangements for tho literary con test. Colonnl Woldy was in Indiana soveral days this weok on legal business. Jflhnny.Frasch Jias sole,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

- Wi nun in,) leaptwimu t paBawaiqpaxrt,Ti mh i ijswwbwieiiiw PKflflBPW JKrSSWM Ill IIMIH KQ ME MO BEHOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. MY TWO FRIENDS. 'Xttred alono within n mighty city, The crowds that ootno nnd go; " ' MM all Its throngs, tho foolish anil the witty, X hail no friend or foe. "Tre were two men, within that mighty city, amc to mo from the throng; One loved me with a lovo akin to pity, The other's hate was strong. 'This krver and tho hater dwolt bosldo me, i Passed through the solfsamo gate J And neither, In their passing by, dentod mo The tool: ot love or hate. Saauuiy months within that mighty city Ikivcd my friend full well; Sat him, my foe, for him I folt no pity Hat the deep hato of holL Onomornlnr, In tho twilight, o'or tho city Them camo an ley bronth; Mj friend hnd passed, beyond my lovo and pity, Tha border land of death. Then was I lonely, and tho wny grow drcaryj I crlinly fought with fato, Jled cherished, with my lonollnoss nwoary, Dead loe and living hate. X sousht Il...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

TEED OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1891. cosss. FARM AND GARDEN. SENSIBLE POULTRY HOUSE. If Yon Study tlm Vlcturo You Will Know How to lltilld It. Tho poultry houso ilhtbtrntcd In this Issue mny bo of tiny tslzo, but ns shown, tho houso is 10x13 foot, Intended for 25 fowls. Tho front is 8 feet, slanting to 0 fcot nt tho ronr, tho shed being 8x10 foot (main part 10x10 feet). Tho shod Is intended as a dust room, nnd for scratching in rough weather. Tho Fio. 1. houso may bo boarded or built in nny manner, with tarred paper roof. In Fig. 2 Is bliown tho Interior, B being tho feedboxs C, tho grain box; D J), the roostsj E E, tho nestsj A A A, tho egress and Ingress holes from main room to the shed; I', tho Ingress nnd Pio. 2. egress hole from shed to tho yard, and It, a ventilator, or lattice cover. Tho main room has a feed box and water box at each end, which may bo re moved at will. It requires not over 1,000 feet of boards and 200 feet of scantling to build the house...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 21 March 1891

r TT". - v -5T" -..,jm!t.:1 r-fhr rirSrV?aif9(flllmrtwiiniiliiii( n THE OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1891. iwnrtv'jji'i'i'1? 'TK wnwjbuvinimm How Ho JIoii 1'ropose? Chlcngo Tiibttnfl. ''I urn u crank," guilt tlie club miu), "on tlio subject of proposals. J would rather hear u story of lio.v u n nu i tiskod the woman ho Jovod to marry liltn than (o tnko u trjp to Europe, I don't know why I tnlcu 80 strong an interest In this miles it is that I had such u hard tinio to got my wlfo to accept tm. I had been In love with her for years. I had proposed to her seven times, nnd sho refused mo every time. Finally I went to her in despair mid said: 'Well, Alollie, I'vo asked you to marry me seven times, and and you havo declined my name. I'm going to ask you onco more, nnd If you don't marry mo I shall go west and stay .there.' " 'Well, Jack,' sho said, 'if you feel that way about it I '11 marry you.' To this day sho cannot tell ino why sho refusedino so often, to marry mo after all. "The...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 March 1891

Utllt, Off, Oft 00 fTHE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 jdOB OFFICE. The Ohio Democrat. ? LARGER CIRCULATION i THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. ( All ; All Kinds of Job Printing Done More News for Less Money. at LOWEST PRICES. 5 VOL. V. NO. 89 THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF MOAN. i Cask Capital, $50,000.00. Dopoults secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hnndiod Thousand Dollars. Does a Konorot banking business. Foreign Drafts nud Steamship Ticket for sale nt lowr ontrnton, OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera IIousc. Lawbhuob A. Cur.VKR, President. QBouan W. l'ULr,EN, Vloo TrcsU Ububrm D. CULVKit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGA2T, OHIO. Ofllco Hours from 9 a. m. to a p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. JTohn Walker, President. Chas. E. Botvcn, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives deposits, discount paper, and bujs and sells Exchange. JJlook"11 AWKIn ocntrft' l the James ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllion Building Logau, 0. GolleatlouaofClnlnia, Notes nnd Account. Mort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 March 1891

5352SaBwSB8! MtattSKSK! TCEOU OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOQ-AN, OHIO, SATTJKDAtf, MAHOH 28, 1891. -.cuw.E5,r--7r; & THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tnnnr. aro 105,000 dress maliers In Paris. ArniCA is now encircled by telegraph cables. Tythoii) fever is unusually prevalent in England. A IinooKi.YN clergyman has left his pulpit to practice- law. United Status navy enlistments nave been closed. Tho limit is reached. Faith in the ground-hog has been fully confirmed by tho weather this year. Ex-Sr-nAKi:n Reed is fond of tho bicy cle nnd takes lonjr rides on tho handy steed. Tun adjournment of Congress makes tho news field in Washington a dead waste. Baltimore recently shipped a train of len cars loaded with oysters for San Francisco. Is some parts of Australia locusts nnd caterpillars aro several inches thick on tho ground. Mica Is now used Instead of glass in Germany for tho support of gelatine photographic films. Spain says sho can and will hold Cuba against any outsldo atte...

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. — 28 March 1891

TUB OUX6 MflMOOllAT, JuO&AX, OHIO, SATURDAY. MARCH 28, 1801. rawBfc AT EVENING. Eastward tUo hilltops show Btlll whoro his whoola havo run, All golden In tho glow ,Of tho ilcyarttiig sun; Uurhs now it slnglo spnr In tho lint crimson light l'adcs and, above, ono star ' Ulooms In tho night. An 'twero i Jowcl llowor Sot In thin garden blue, Tclllnir tha twilight hour Whn falls tho silent uowj As 'twero n luntorn there Lighting Diana's wny Throush tho dim realms of air, With Us palo ray. Over yon purplo lino Sec, licr whlto taco nppoarst Droatho onco tho nlr dlvlno I Stoepcd In her fragrant tears I Out of this sliver bath Flowers shull cmcrgo ntdawn "Gracing tho narrow path Across tho lawn. Par In tho tranquil deep Trcmblo a million oyos, Guarding tho world asleep' Under tho summer sltlos. Night, Uko n mothor mild, Tenderly to her breast Taltos up lior weary child And gives it rest. Frank Dempstor Sherman, in Youths' Com panion. FIGHTING THE DUfS. Tho Old Sottlor Tolls of a Boyhood ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 March 1891

-r 'Fi ," " - z.. : 'je'i-craaac.:-. ZfUuafCamm 3ruifiwpiwwwu'mvmmnil iwwi mwiiiialJW.jMHMni.'W'iwrwi'l"iMllMiiwwwmliiw mm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. .... I MM ,. 0 . V. BItEIIM. - ProprUtoi A.. H.Wilson, - - - Editor. Entered at the Post-office at Logan as second-class matter. Announcements. Wo aro authorized to innlcc-'tho following announcoments forTown ahip and Corporation oilicer, sub ject to tho decision of tho Democ racy at tho Primary this spring. Palls Township. Trustee-, A. J. 11 una ESS. ACIIARIAII DONELSON. Treasurer. N. J. WEILAND, (for rciioniliiutlon) Assessor, .feud MAaiiH. 1st. Ward. ,Goro Precinct, J. IT. MYERS. ' J- P. J. GOODLIVE. Falls Precinct, D. E. 11ARSC1L P. W. BRIG IIT. ' BENJAMIN BEBOUT, 1st Ward, Logan. Logan, Village. Solicitor C. Y. WRIGHT. The Democrats should bo care ful to select tho best and strongest men for candidates for tho various offices. Tiik sugar schedule of tho Me Kinley tariff will go into effect April first, and tho people will bo given a chane...

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. — 28 March 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1891. jtummtmtmmtUtm nmmvwmm. miwi.iiuww This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS Otlio Knnodo Is very sick. Tomorrow U Eastor Sunday. Joromo Shaw lins moved to Logan. W.B. Brooks of Columbus, was In town Wednesday. The- voting of Falls precinct will ho hereafter at the court house. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Whlto woio In Lancaster lust Sunday. It Is said that Col. Mulhory Sellers was In town this week. Thomas Brown, an old citizen of Marion township, died Satur day. Homer L. Wright is confined to his room and bed with rheuma tism. Chas. Balgor has completed a courso of dental studios at Cincin nati. F. W. Dollison lias boon seri ously sick with neuralgia and oth er ills. Mandus Itebor of Charleston W. Va., visited his brothers at this placo this week. Milton Gnffney was called to Vinton county this week, by the death of his brother. Thoro Wore 110 applicants bo foro tlio Fairfield county School Ex aminers lust...

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

wmimmmmmMmmmaii wmwi Vii-JIUMIiUWJnBrttHW I A VISION OF EASTER MORNING. HH soft rodtlntBOf Castor aides Had blossomod In tba East, Tholr matins all th o golden birds Upon tho booch spray coased; An Instant's si lonco tell then roso A mystlo Rlory wldo And lo, upon tho threshold stood Th o Lord ol Eastortldol Ho smiled with tendor swott- nesj down lie KMOd with loving look JUylld: "My child, thou sorrowesu ' No Kastcr joy canst brook; ZjO I havo seen thy grief, and como To grant thco with tho dawn, Arlsian rare ot paradise, C Andtiy bclovod ones, gone" Then aSono tho fairest, swootest land, This over thought conceived AMoom with flowers and rich with song, wlthewect harp ohords, rolloved; AnA thero they wnlked, my bost beloved, And smiling, stretched to mo, Dear hands of welcome, from across A misty wall of soft. THie vision lifted; onco again I sa tho earth's soft sides, Ttop tried mlnstor and within Ks pcwtals with glad eyes, X passed, to sing my Easter song Andon tho way I bent To...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 March 1891

inirini'iiiti. FARM AND GARDEN. HANDLING UNOUT HAY. A Device tho (lonornl Adoption of WliteH Would Savo Much Labor. It is an etisy matter to "stick tho fork" and unload a load, of hay with horses, but It Is not nulto as ensy to loosen tho hay In tho winter with a liana pitchfork. This is especially truo where hay la put In tho barn In largo forkfuls, and allowed to roll down in any way so as to give room for tho next lorkful. It Is well to "mow away" tho hay in sections and stack it nicely in tho barn, but ninety per cent of tho farmers are often forced by approach ing storms, lack of help, breakages or other causes to put tho hay in quickly witliout regard to how it tumbles. When hay thus put in has settled, It needs a well-muscled and good-tempered man to get out u ton in fortv-flvo minutes. Vrobably tho majority, if not nu our western iiay barns have four by four wooden tracks supported from tho rafters by malleable castings and hooks nt intervals or four to six or eight feet. It...

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