ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Ohio Democrat, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,670 items from Ohio Democrat, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,670 results
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 28 March 1891

raSa&fSnij'i tKjpmt MmtmmmmmmTtmfL THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MARCII 28, 1891. Aim 3MBWW RMttttMMEbtfftJtojpsiMM I hOLMAN'S PltOIMIHOY. Uncle Sam "Will Hare to Iluy up Lnml Ho lln Given A way. "In your time, young man, you nro likely to see the American gov orntitctit urged to buy up land It has ho largely given uwny In order to provide its landless citizens with emtio mean!) or getting a living," ald Congressman Ilolman, of Ind iana, to me, apeaking with all the experience of many years service on the Public Lauds committee of the House of lleprosentntlves. When Judge- Ilolman entered the House in 1850, at the beginning of tho 02d Congress, tho publiu do mnin of tho United States seemed as boundless as the ocean, and the feeling of that timo was reflected in ono popular song of the day; Coma along, como along, innko no delay; Como from every nation, como by every way, Our lands nro broad enough, so hnvononlarm, And Undo Sam Is rich enough to give you all a farm. Yet In hisoKMi...

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. — 4 April 1891

A. ' . HI mm - i Hi ttm H!. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The LARGER CIRCULATION j v uwd urr ut. NTHEYALLEY, Less Money. -4 Kinds of Job I'rtnttnff Done j at LOWEST I'llICES. VOL. V. NO. 40 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APKIL 4, 1891. TERMS, $1.60 PEE YEAR. .Ig.liqiLTggngfiayra'M w nmt.w 4. 1, l e ,tmi ? . ? -j -t, fj , , , t, ,,, ift&?.& , ' .. 1.4 - ' Mr? i :w 1ST T y I 11 1 ypr i-v trt a .rnr KJtuu LMiuuiA i . ;; -' " - -' " """"' " ' """ "" ' .-...-I1" , .. ., .,, ,..-.. ..I ;':, Li 1 Jy - .,.. ,. .-,1..J.,'.U Z . ,' ,1" . ..... THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOQAHi task Capital, $60,000.00. Deposits sccurod by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. ' noes a Konoral banking btuiliirsK. Foreign Drafts nnd Steamship Tickotx for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Kooin No. C, Oporn JIousc. CiAwrknoic A. Oui.vku, President. Qroror W. Fuli.kn, Vlco Prcsl. Reuiirk D. Cui.vkk, Cashlor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAK, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $60,000. John. Wa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 April 1891

EHE OHIO DBMOOEAT, LOGAH', OHIO, SATUBOAJT, APEIL 4, 1801. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. C CURRENT TOPICS. ' Tam SE8B, tho lender of tbo Snmonn tevolt, has been banished. Tim relations of Germany and Aus tria nro becoming strained. Tub Michigan Salt Trust has lost lta tavor. It hns been dissolved. Gkn. Ghkkly will rctiro from tho vreather bureau early In July. Anna Dickinson Is said to bo rapidly recovering her mental faculties. Isaac Hei Owl, an educated Indian boy, is employed in an Omnha restau rant. Canadian fnctorlcs aro busy with largo and mysterious orders for ammu nition. The governor generalship of India is worth 5500,000 a year in salary and per qusitcs. In its way la grippo is quito as unde sirable an importation from Europe ni the Mafia. Mits. Stanley is tho direct descend ant tho seventh in line from Oliver Cromwell. Tnn thinnest and at tho same tlmo ono of tho toughest leathers tanned is a frog shin. OrsTr.n shells arc exhibited on Long Island twelve inches long and ...

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. — 4 April 1891

I ,1 jKkiailD.JW.. i, MBv.. CW . (Jj 1 I UK1 tW . t 1 umW ..? , nwiiJTWWv1itif,iw;.;yav: t 4K TfiLi, JA , .ii ilo- ,V ': u As, - v ' .. r."Wlll,WHB, & 000 OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCUST, OHIO, SATtfitDA, APRIL 4, 1891. TO BE MAGNIFICENT. Tho Gplondld Buildings World's Fair. Of tho To Victors tlio Columbia. Imposition's Su perb nrniitiiU 11 nil Grout, Impniiliiff Structure Will l'rrimt Hpoctuclo of Surpiulng Itenuty. Many thousands, no doubt, hnvo be gun to lio curious is to how the build ings and grounds of tho Columbian ex position will appear whut soil of a spectacle they will present. A blrd's syo view of tho slto and buildings, and a scries of cuts or drawings showing the elevations of the several structures and their ground plans will soon bo Issued. Without waiting for all of these, how over, says the world's fair directory a general idea can bo given. CHICAGO A SIOHT IK ITSIU.P. Tho first slght-scclng which visitors to Chicago hi 18I):j will do will be, of course, of tho city Itso...

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. — 4 April 1891

.t;nHtflMlirr)aWfrfM,1'"ni nMMnmnMiM IWMmWHMWW'Tymu pliant THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APJLUL 4, 1891. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. G.W.BREHM.. A.. H. Wilson, Foptletol Editor. flittered at (Jie Post-office at Loy an xj,3 Second-cldas matter. If this Republicans woro suro qf n innjorlty of tlio council, tho Qaz- ,cttc would not Up advocating John L. Vnii.-.o uud a non-partisan coun- ,cil, but would bo saying nwful mcnn things about tho Democrats, and urging, and Insisting, and be seeching that Republicans stand tyy tlieir ticket. Tho Gold JKxporlg. Courier Journal,) Each of tho larger commercial nations Is guarding its gpld as jeal ously as a .mother does her ilrst baby. Tho engagement of $1,000, ,000 In gold last week at Now York for export was sufllclent to causo a (temporary collapse of tho stock jnitrket. Tho action of tho Treasury Department In refusing to .furnish gold bullion for foreign shipment restored confidence, but tho fear that coin, us tho bars can .not bo obtained, will bo shi...

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. — 4 April 1891

jjgjgjj wwi ittmi ihmirtWIn lyMfclliltiMijili u-jA . --MHI THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1891. iTAfa papc? goes to press at 8 o'clock Fttdau evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. J. P. Canty wna at McArthur Tti08duy. V. P. Elselo was at Columbus Wednesday. Tho Democrats will carry ov- ory ward m town. Voto ft straight Democratic ticket without a scratch. It is now tlmo to glvo Main street Its nnnual scraping. Judgo Bright was at Athons on legal business Wednesday. Gov. Campbell has proclaimed Friday, April 20th 1891, as Arbor Day. Dr. Hlbbard of Athens, and who Used to livo horo, was In town this week. Miss Agnes Watkins of Day ton, visited friends in Logan this wook. Miss Nina McBroom of Mor gan county, is visiting friends In Logan. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Pursell and children aro absent visiting fi lends his week. Pursell wants the Democrats to give tho Republicans a chance at tho offices.! j Athens papers'dre agitating tho question of better roads through out their county. Mrs...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 4 April 1891

THE OIIIO DEMOCRAT, liOGAST, OHIO, SATUBDAT. APRIL 4, 1891. tsJm im ohio dehoorat, LOGAN, OHIO. CAUSE AND EFFECT. .A Ilttlo dinner part; was In process down bo low, Whllo aliove-atnlrs, In tho nursory, was u lonely Ilttlo Fred. Vhcro Is nothing left to do 1" hoslghed. "That clock Is vory slow, Jlnd ehcn nurso doei flnlsh supper, sho will put mo straight to bed I" "Now, 11 they'd let mo play with thatl" lie looked up on tho wall, And gently pushed a chair along before him, as ho spoke "1 really would not mischief It, or worry It, nt all. And 1 feel quite protty certain I could mend llllltbrouol" Abont Ave minutes after this, tho door-bell rang, and low Tho servant to tho master whispered: "Sir, he's at the door The messenger you rang tfor," Replied tho mnstcr, "No; Ho's rnado soino stupid blunder." And ho thought of It no moro. Five minutes passed; n sound of wheels; tho servant enmo to say: "Tho carriage Is a-waltlng, sir, bollko It's come too early, Ilut the man Is very posltlvo yo...

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. — 4 April 1891

-fl!daUk,j:iirtiflKiir? 91a. JiMfe, jri'Sv YVVU. tin. ful . ' .s 5,.fl9W,"Xf 'rf' n; mit ii.r.. Ajia 1T ... nCtilrt ' r&K,&f&B"&'tiMfo TOMWwsIWWBW- TJLHU OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO, SATURDAy. APRIL 4, 1891. R. FARM AND GARDEN. GOOD SHEEP RACK. Ono Hint Jim linen BucccMftilly Used by n Now York Farmer. T herewith show drawings of my nli.cp rncks, which may bo of some help to some brother farmer. Hirst from u 2x8 inch scantling cut four end posts !J feet long; then two center posts 'J feet 4 inches long, nnd cut three boards 3 feet 8 inches long, 13 inches wide in tho center and 4 at the ends (see diagram). Then nail them on tho inside of tho posts 1J4 inch from the bottom ends; next put on tho bot tom boards nnd put tho ends out even with tho outsii'o of tho posts. Tho I tW RKROtfOMMWMS ( Jy no. l. racks should be mado in sections from 13 to 10 foot long. Uso half-inch boards for tho bottom and slides. Then put on tho sido boards 9 inches wide; put tho top edge IB inc...

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. — 4 April 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1801. ljwmwwwwtujiwpiw iauu wuuirni m.mmwrnmmmwntrmmmtmmnmnmmiumim' rlaiaaaiaiiiiieiBaaaoo. eeiaoa. wre-arir, .fytfjMcMliis to Soldiers. Washington, 1 '. a, Fob. 10, 1891. Ti,' Attorneys nnd Agents jjruc jtlclnjr boforo the Bureau of Pen sions: Tlio attention of this llurenu is jconstiintly being culled to circular letters and printed documents of .vnrjous kinds sent out by attorneys and iiRont9 for the purpose of so .curing pension Jmsiness. Great numbers of these documents have .been forwarded to the Bureau and iilso to the Department for cpnsld .sidomtlon. Theso circulars hnvo not been submitted to the Burpau or its approval and their charact er is such as to render It necessary to call attention to ftulo 1$ of the 'Kules of Practice of the Interior pepartmont,' which is as follows: Utile 18. Every attorney, agent, (or other person reeognjzed by this Department as ontltled to practice before it, or boforo fho Commis sioner of Pensions, not les...

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. — 11 April 1891

fffPlf -jggi ;, ""o,. Oai. 00 The Ohio THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION. JOB OFFICE. THAN ANY PAPER IN THE VALLEY. , All Kinds of Job Printing bono woNews for Less Money, at lowest piiices. -A-- VOL. V. NO. 41 LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1891. TEEMS, $1.50 PEK YEAR: ,w.wM'''W'W'fr' ioftHUfmlv-.-nt ,w(, DemcJgrat. THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP 1,0 (JAW, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Doposlts secured by; Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a gonornl tanking business. Forolcn .Drafts mid Btcamthlp Tlckots for salo t low- estnUes. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera nousc. rji.WKKMOit'A. Cul.vien, President. asonan W. 1'uli.ks, Vlco I'resU Ueuukn D. CuiVEn, Cashier. THEFIRSTBANK OF LOOAK, OUZO. Offlco Hours from 0 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chaa, E. Jiotvcn, Cashier. Does a cenoral banktnr business, meolres d.posUs, discounts paper, and buys and veils Exchange. "tap-BANK In central room In the Jnmas ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attor...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 April 1891

Tim OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGrAtt, OHIO, SAfltm&A, APRIL 11, 1891, $ OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Lrcsr.ir. Er.ns drank a quart of whisky In Bangor, Me., and died. Tnc winter wlicat crop in tho south of Russia is very unpromising. It has been discovered that almanacs date hack to tho year 100 A. D. Land values in Berlin have increased C5 per cent, in tho last ten years. Duiuno tho month of December tho un did not shino onco in London. Rev. R. L. Kidd, of Canada, can re cite tho entire lllblo from memory. The Rothschilds aro believed to havo $50,000,000 Invested in American secur ities. A wealthy- San Franciscan, aged 62 years, has just cut his third sot of teeth. A new business has been started in Florida of hatching1 alligators' eggs in an incubator. The Chinese government has negotia ted a loan of 550,000,000 with Franco and England. Celluloid In solution is said to mako a fine lacquer for metal and a good wood varnish. A DKATn by tight lacing is reported xrom near London. Sho was single, a...

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. — 11 April 1891

' Mrtifc WM I ON THE STAIRS. Baby footsteps patter, ' Up the winding sUlrj ' Mother watches, smiling At hoif baby fair, "Thinks: "In this world could ther bo 'Baby qulto so swcot as hot" Now ho roHChos landing, ' Takes bis lofty placo, .Sees wuy down below him Mothor's BOillIng face, Says, through rod Up?, eyos of tituo: " Mnmmo, nlnt oou tummln tool" Mother running i'v'.ftly Up tl.o winding stulr, Catches little h.iuv. Ksegoldeahnl, Whispers In his tiny car: ' Mamma loves you far too door." Twilight shadows gnthor All about tho room, Mother by tho window, Sitting In tho ploora, In her hnnd do taoto to use, X.lo a pair of tiny shoes. Now tho sunsot glories Dalho tho wostcrn sklos, Mother looks up sadly Through hor tenr-dlmmcd eyes. Hut for Iter tho sun shaft bears Just a Hlght of golden stairs. .Far up on tho landing, Smiles a baby's face, Xlttle bands aro bcck'nlng Through tho airy spaco. Calls a child's volco sweet and truo: " Mnmma, nlnt oou tummln toot" Ilosamond Hoyt, In Youth'...

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. — 11 April 1891

L :.fiv-j., .'. Assr.- TTTE OHIO DEMOCRAT SzYTUHDAY, APRIL It, 1891. iWtfium wawcauiijui km UHMHWttWl'J JttTmiWIW..Iia3WJk.lIWgfW1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHM. rroptlctol Editor . A.. H.Wilson, - Entered at the Post-offlca at Logan as Second-class matter. Tun Republican city of Hartford, as well na otlur Itepubllunn towns of Connecticut, tins gone over to the Democrats as a robukc to tlio violent and anarchical methods of Acting Governor Bulklcy and his unscrupulous followers. AVhun President Harrison reads Hint only fix of the Ml Republican uiombors of tlio Now Hampsliire Legislature deslro his rcnomina tion ho will certainly eoncludotlmt tho rumor, that New Hampshire lms not a Republican form ofHov ernnient has omo foundation. Tiik Government is paying tlio direct Tax Refund in old Bland act fllvcr certificates. When the di rect tax was assessed upon tho States it was paid in legul-tonder Treasury notes that wero worth about CO cents on tho dollar. There ought to bo no back talk ...

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. — 11 April 1891

nrij&Mmwm&M wi&vfm tm jumk yinm h u,. , ' w vj.?wi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1891. " " T ' iiihiwimiiii iM li.ii.iiijii-i.i.i..j.a.i ,i ,, .,, i m.wiiu 2Vifo fiaper oca to press at 8 o'clock Friday cvoninff. ME OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, Sheriff Wright wna nt Athens Thursday. Tho Logan council Is still Dom ourntic, 5 to 3. Dr. Mnnsflold has moved Into Ills now louse. John Hanson wns nt Nolson vlllo Thursduy. 13. II. Alien hns sold his farm to Daniel Hiiyncs. Election Monday in tho coun try school districts. MIs3 Roso Heft Is visiting frlonds nt Lnncnster. G. W. Frasuro wivb ro-olcctcd Justice of tho Pence in Murlon. t i Dr. Jns. Little snys tho rain-fall last Thursday was 08.100 inches. H.P. Flnley, Democrat wns re elected Mayor of Now Strntsyillo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ungor in Purnacotown, April 8th twins. Now will tho now councilmon improve tho town? All answer nt -once. George Mum ford has removed with his family from Brnshoars to Logan. It will tako n good...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 11 April 1891

i J .( 'L CTDE OHIO DEMOOEAT, LOGA2T, OHIO, SATUBDAT- APRIL 11, 1891. itl T .-il fHt, he ohio BEHOGBAT. LOGAN, OHIO. LITTLE MISS DOT. Sow Sho Boonmo Mlsa Dorothy to Earl Wollman. "Miss Dorothyl Miss Dorothy!" Sharply, shrilly, tho voice pierced tho still, warm air. It was plainly evi dent that tho tall, middle-aged woman who called was very angry at not re ceiving an answer, for sho snatched up a. large sun hat and with long, rapid strides strode down tho broad driveway. At the gato bIio paused, and with up lifted hand shielding her face from tho tot, glaring sun, she eagerly scanned the acres of green lawn that stretched ljcfore her. "Miss Dor-o-thy!" "Yes, yesl JL'm coming. Wait n min iate, please," and, with swift, flying ootitcps, a young girl came bounding icro.s.s the lawn. A noble hound and a kyc terrier followed, leaping on her -at every step sho took. "Down, l'ontol Fritz, you bad dog! Sec what you havo done to mv dress," and she looked rather ruefully at the large rent in ...

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. — 11 April 1891

U33DD3 OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGkAN, OHIO, SATUitJL-A-, APRIL 11, 1891, I i FARM AND GARDEN. SOME USEFUL KNOTS. A Fur l'raotlrnl Pointers on Using nnd Kcpilrlng Hope. I hired tin old bontmnn to usslst In liny Infr, and ho gava mo a few pointers on ttHlng and repulrlnj? ropo which I found useful! To fasten the whllUotrco ho used tho "bowllno knot," Vlg. 1. Aftor passing tho ropo through tho eye or clevis ho put tho ropo lu tho slmpo as Been in tho solid part of tho engraving nnd then tho short end as In tho dotted lines. Ono of tho yarns was smaller than tho other, and to take up tho slaak of tho ropo between tho first fici. 1. no. 2. BOWI.INB KNOT. Rlli:iU' SHANK. pulley and whifllotrco ho put tho "sheop shank," Fig. 2, which will not slip and Is easily xindone. After working a few days wo broke tho rope, and, to save mo a trip to town nnd the expense of a now ropo, ho said ho would put In a long splice. It worked nil right, and It would bo dlflloult to find whero tho spllco was. Ho untwl...

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. — 11 April 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY. APRIL 11, 1891. wtmtmmammmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmtmmmmmmammmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmamwnmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I 3 TIir.Y ADMIRED THE SERMON. A Tonehlnir Discourse llcnril iiy Two Pious Society Maidens. Scene: A Fathiannble Jloudoir. Allco Oh, uiotlior, Wjo'vo lmd cucli u beautiful soriiionl Eva Lovely 1 Kate Most eloquent! Mother - mn tho more sorry tfhnt this swollen fnco 1ms kept mo .rtway from church. Who was tho jireachor? Allco A. stranger. Tho vortjor .could not toll us his name. Eva But u in.ost striking-look ing man. Kate And his vvolco wia heav -only. Allco-rAnd wo shall novr forgot what iio. said. Mother What was his text? Eva His text I Let mo see. Alice, where was Ills text? AJIco J. I think It was from St. Luke. Kate-rOh Alice 1 How can you .say so ? Why, it was from Deu.ter (Onomy. Allco That I am sure it was .sure it was ,not. Why, lie kept .talking of tho Evangelist. Mother Perhaps, my dears, if you told mo tho words I should .k...

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. — 18 April 1891

""lto, ri , oj THE OHIO DEMOCRAT 1 rTTW Tl g w T ,y. JOB OFFICE. I U H I 1 1 I Ifl All JandaofJ-obl'rlntlitO-Doncl ff J j jLj K JL 1 LARGER CIRCULATION A THAN AHY PAPER IK THE VALLEY. More News for Less Money, at LOWEST FltlCES. lyOL.V. NO. 41 LOGAN, O., SATURDAT, APRIL 18, 1891. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAR. Democrat A THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF LOOAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Doposlts scoured by Individual Liability of ovor Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a gonorat banking buMnoss. Forolgn Drafts and Steamship TIckots for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera Ilouso. tiXWUBNOE A. ObiVkr, President. OEonan W. Puxaicn, Vloo Prost. Itsuncv D. Culver, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFJOOGAif, onio. Offlco Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. in. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, JPrcaldcnt. Chas. E. Jiowcn, Cashier. Doos a general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and cells Exchange. SB-BANK In central room In the James oak. BIoo .ATTORNEYS. CI. W. BREHM. Atto...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 April 1891

"W WI WW tH,ii"WMr -w AmMUx a)mMummimMmmi:mitmrmminwM tnuntmfmymtmmmm THE OHIO DBMOOIIAT LOGAN OHIO, SATtTRDAT AfclUL 18 1801. WJWia-V- -jKl yfc MWWWIHrWtftJtM r THE OHID DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS, Tjhe nttsburgh oil exchange la to be discontinued. The principal telephone patents ex pire two years hence. Twentv-kivk members of tho Penn sylvania legislature arc- down with tho A Savan.VAH undertaker advertises a "grand spring opening of things in my iino." The widow of Gen. Logan indignant ly denies a rumor that sho is about to marry again. The Kent county (Mich.) florist has shipped over 40,000 carnations to Chica go this winter. Gen. Ai.iiekt Pike was two years younger than Josoph E. Johnston at tho time of his death. Two Arizona prospectors havo sold their claims In tho Elkhorn district of Montana for S'.OO.OOO. The very unusual sight of two blind men fighting on tho public street was Been in New York recently. The Washington Star remarks that Italy has a fruit standing...

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. — 18 April 1891

oamai omo democrat, logan, obdco, sATtmDAr, apml is, isoi. OMO STATE NEWS. Posttown has stopped plowing aud gone to digging slnco a local mlnerolo gist claims to liave discovered gold ni'l eoppor in tho soil. Tm: Mansflcld electric street railway has been bought by a locnl company irota tho bondholders in Now York. Clarko Hude, of Sandusky, is tho heav iest stockholder. pKiutv K. Wkvoiiandt, aged 28 years, a school-toucher of Mtirshullvllh', sui cided by shooting himself in the fore head. Ilo lived im hoitr utter commit ting tho deed. No cause known. Neam Spcncervillc a two-year-old child of II. Winter was perhaps fatally hurt by being1 struck on the head by u flat-Iron, which fell fiom an ironing board. A i-AiiTi- of capitalists at Youngstown will organize a company, with a capital of $400,000, to build a plant for tho man ufacture of sheet-Iron lath, to take tho place of wooden lath In the construc tion of buildings. Tllllltr. Is n proposition to consolidate tho Hocking Valley Coa...

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