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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 April 1891

fBBWn;,l- rati iiii.i.uilfciMl.ilWMiituiiiagaSFaWBWaBIWWW V" THE OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1801. K2 w iwm 1 mm TflE OHIO DEMOCRAT, a.vr.BBiinu, Proprlotol Editor. A.. H. Wilson, Entered at the Post-oj)icc at Logan p,s Seeond-olasi matter. 1,000,000,000. Gkn.Spinola, congressman from Now York city, died In "Washing ton Tuesday morning. Gen. Spln .oiti was an able gentleman, a sound and unfllnclilng Democrat, wlio .ably represented his constituents In the lower houso of congress for many years. As tho design of tho dollar is to bo changed, it ghould bo modern izod to suit n Qovorninent of Pro gressive Republicanism. A Plnk--erton with a Winchester would bo appropriate for ono sido and tho juiniaturo of a 5 1-per-cont. Custom Houso for tho otlier. Tun spring elections in Ohio show that tho tendency is still strong to swing into tho Democrat ic column. This tendency will bo confirmed Into a certainty next fall should tho Republicans bo fool ish enough to run McKinley for .Govern...

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. — 18 April 1891

TIIE OniO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1891. vjmdth'Mmwwum This paper goes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Dnvid Hand Is In poor health. Mort. Smith Is visiting his mother. Ed L. Davenport was at Athens lust Saturday. "-Mrs. Jnmos Watklns Is visiting in Junction City. Arthur Wilson was in Zanos ylllo over Sunday. Only $2.50 to Cincinnati and return April 22nd. Only $2.50 to Cincinnati and return, April 22nd. Only $2.50 to Cincinnati and return April 22nd. Jerry Hansel was homo ovor Sunday, from Athens. J. J. Snider, tho saw-mill man, has moved to Columbus. Chris. Holler and his daughter went to Columbus Friday. Judgo Guthrie of Athens, at tended court hero Tuosday. O. W. H. Wright was in Cleve land on business this week. Dr. Aarons treats chronic cases. Itemppl House next Monday. Mrs. Etta s iTJpdyke, of Perry township was buried Jast Tuesday. Ex-Senator Wolsh of Athens, was hero, on business last Monday. Next Monday Dr. Aarons can bo consulted at...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 April 1891

" " - I ll.l -r-afc-aH d-u'l i n.Ji.JBmmwumnn n..n ir-i--iiTitiiiTiiwnMliifiiinii twiniwwwiiWpiwriwtoOnnrtflWfflrr.r.,, TUB OHIO DEMOOKAT, LOGAZT, OHIO, SATUituA, APRIL lS, 1891. im omo dehoorh. LOGAN, OHIO. KATIE AND NAOML Thoy Sofoly Carry tho Intoroot Monoy to Town. ATE TYKE- DALE reined her horso to tho roadside, under a spro ading clump of trees, and wiped tho perspiration from her heated brow. It was a worm day, oven for tho month of June. V a g u o thoughts of sun stroke and dread of a thun derstorm, which had been cours ing through tho child's mind for tho last hour or two, wero now almost dispelled by tho cool, grateful shado of hemlocks. Naomi. Kate's sleek bay, appeared equally thankful for rest, and Rave ex pression to her feelings by a low whinny of satisfaction. Tho little girl dismounted and pro ceeded to brush the flies from her dumb companion's glossy coat "Twenty miles from home," mur mured she, whereat Naomi turned her head and gave the speaker an intelli gent loo...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 April 1891

miB OHIO DEMOCRAT, LO&A2T, OHIO, SATUBDAT-. APRIL 18, 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. TRANSPLANTING TREES. JCwo Wnys to 1'orform tho Operation dully iiml Nnfely. Mr.tiy ni 1 vurlons nrq tho rensous for transplanting largo trees. Many per sons deslro to remove from tho forest to their own grounds trees of twenty or more feet In height for farming, now ornamenting, screens or shade. Trees Of moro than four Inches In diameter should bo removed with a ball of earth attached. This operation Is easily and safely performed In two different ways, as tho accompanying flguros Indicate. fe mm i , FIO. NO. 1. When the trees are to bo removed long distances, tho plan used in Fig. 1 should bo adopted. First dig around and loosen tho tree, care being takon not to injuro tho roots by digging too near tho tree. Placo tho connecting pieces (M) of tho standards (H It) against tho tree, to which fasten by ropes winding cloths or matting about tho tree, to pre vent breaking tho bark. Ono horse at tached to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 18 April 1891

iiillilliepwillulliaillff'inJlemMieie)ae)aw THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 18J)I. PSJ" IJT" Wlmt Is the llr-r.soiii I told Horcklah tii tell Widow Oniy To loll Moilier llrown, next door, Tn (ell Duliy -Plight, wljo (toe Hint way, 'I'd dill Deacon lliiriif?, nt tlie store, To tell tlioililiitUKiilri.ir, Timothy Menu, To cohio lor m , sure, mul In season! Jlut I'u milled till day mid no stugu lmc I HOI'lli Now what do j on think wns the reason? l'muniaC. Uoud. Qorc. John AihcikU .spont Hiitiirrtny flu Suridiiy niniiiip; relations mul liuly frit'iuls at Hiinil Hun. Asol IMillljips tuiil family of Uiiird? Ftiriuicc, moved to Van Wr.L cpunty tills wuclc. Nutter Uroi., Ituvinjr nhnndonod .llicir saloon, qn t West lust wool: to lool: up a stiitablo location for .mercantile business. A. J. Koplur, having sold his property, moved to Nelsonvllle. James Unttor and family moved to Zanc&villo Tuesday. Mrs. Sarah E. Alltnpnftcrspoiiil .injr a few week? union!; relatives nt Urbana and C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

4fy Of 0i "$ THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Of f LARGE RECIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. i THAN AM PAPER IN THE YALLEY. c All Kinds bfJob Printing Done r o jlKQtiNOTs for Less- Money. at LOWEST PllICES. VOL. V. NO. 42 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APKIL 25, 1891. TERMS, '$1.50 PER YEiUI. '. ' t ' ! i V ' .if ur 1 iT?ii"rro' a nr- si n h iw w lija Bcr ta ' im n n ea ki rrvs a ti I . THE PEOPLE'S BANK 07 LOQAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Donoslts secured b.v Individual Liability of ov6r'r'w?"'1 'Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dues n general banking bustnem. Foreign Drafts and Stcamnhlp Tickots for salo at low est ratoo. OFFICE, Rodm No. 6, Opera House. LxrfRKXCE A. Cui.vkji, Pronldont. G 1:0 nan W. PU1.I.KN, Vlco 1'rcst. Ukuhuk d. Cur.VEit, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p.m. Paid in Casb Capital, $60,000. John Wallccr, President. Chas. E. Iioivcn, Cashier. Doosn eenornl banklne bustnesn, receive doposlta, JIhcouuU paper, and buys and sells Kxohango. MP"BAHK In central r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

mftiMnnMMM3Wa)vatariuuMi rmn OHIO DEMOCRAT, ILOGAif, OHIO, SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1891. warn THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Talk's new gymnasium comploto will eost 5225,000 TnKitE nro 123 piano factories id tho united states. OitEdON and Washington aro becom ing great hop raising states. TunitET has prohibited tho circulation of the works of Emtio Zola, An Atchison street car has been paint ed black for funeral purposes. Mns. Leland Stanford gives SC00, 900 a year to charitablo objects. A walk around tho world is to bo at tempted by M. Droz, a Frenchman. Tirroo Tin is said to bo preparing to bandon tho wilds of Africa for a sea ion in England. A justice in St. Louis has ruled that girl is bound to return tho gifts mado by a rojected lover. EMPEiion Francis Joseph dwelt upon tho desire for pcaco in his speech open ing tho Itclchsrath. Taik measures are made at but two places in tho United States Brooklyn, N. Y., and Cleveland, O. Consideiunq comfort ond conveni ence, li...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

EH3D OHIO DEMOOBAT, IiOOAJff, OHIO, 8A.VVitOAJ. APRIL 26, 1891, AWFUL DISASTER. Bxpi'osB and Mail Train on tho Lako Shoro Boad Oollldo, Fatally Crushing and ItutllntltiR Nino I'crsons, Two Engineers, a l'lro- iniiii nml Six 1'ostnl Clerks lining Iho Victims. A frigMiul wreck occurred on tho Lake- Shore rnllroad, tit Klpton Station, about forty miles west of Cleveland, early Saturday evening, In which six postal clerks and two engineers wcro killed. Tho fast mall, No. 14, bound cast, collided with No. 31, tho Toledo express, just as tho latter train was about to pull on tho siding to lot tho fast mail pass. Tho fast mall was run ning at full speed, and tho forco of tho collision was so grcatthat both engines, thrco mall cars and ono baggago car wcro completely wrecked. Following is tho list of dead: Edward Drown, engi neer of No. 21, Toledo, 0.; Charles A. Tapllff, engineer of No. 14, Toledo, 0.; F. J. Nugent, postal clerk, Toledo, 0.; Charles llnmmil, postal clerk, Elyria, O.j F. F....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1891. tmnrm.'iammtKxrmmmma.HMUirmmwKOtm aw BT A (ffibi "iTWTMWMHMHI MMWiwanartaravi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, OiW. UkEHM. Proprlctot A.. H.Wilson, - - - Editor. linterettut the Post-ojfice at Lotan an Second-class matter. Aiiij tlio 1'orry county towns havo Democratic Mayors, and yot tlio Republicans say tlio April elec tions went yrundly for them niul the McKlnley Turlir. Tin: resignation of Mr. Edmunds ns United States Senator brings to tlio front tlio fact that only three other United States Senators have resigned since tlio war. Thoy were Colliding, I'latt and Gordon. A vv.w days ago a notice was pasted up in tlio shops of the American a.v and tool works at Beaver Falls, l'a., saying the work iug force will lie reduced over 100 men on the 1st of May. How beau tiful are tlio workings of the Jlc Kinley Tariff. A Columbus dispatch to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, of dato of April 22id says: "The Uolliday bill to provent minors under tlio age of 18 enter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, APRTL 25. 1891. MMMM This paper (joes to press at 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS. Common IMcns Court convon.es May -lth. Miss May Montgomery Is vis iting relatives In Lngun. Tho now council will assert some Domocrntlc principles. Mrs JEd Prlco visited friends in Now Straltsvllle, tho past week. Dr. Marshall 1ms again located lilmsolf on IiIb farm In Terry town ship. James Donohoo of Murray City, was in town Monday, on bus iness. George Green of Perry, visited his brother Lewis soverul days this week. Gcorgo Kloinschmldt has sold u houso and lot, No. 508, to F. M. Bobout. Chns. Barker of tho Portsmouth Times is spending a row1 days with friends hero. An Increase of pension has boon granted to Stephen Floyd of South Perry. Mrs. John Hanson is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dora Shinn, in Buffalo, N. Y. R. II. Dollison of Giblsonvillo, visited his brother, F. W. Dollison, hero this week. Our rcstuaranfc mon aro refit ting up in uleganfcj...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

aiSJ SHE OUtO DJBMOOItAT, IOGAN, OHIO, SATUBDAT. APItH. 25, 1891. 1 ; THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN OHIO. LIGHTS. A Utile lamp can send but a brlof anil feeble ray, the great lights bravely beam, and tholr radl- unco far away ! tho comfort of tbe nations and tb further anoo of tho day. AU men romember when tho groat lights woro lit, She day Is kept In honor, and thoy name It as thoy sit And watch tho guiding flame, thanking and blessing It. Dut tho small and struggling lights which breath of storm might kill Baoh fain to light n continent, but doomed to smallness still, Xs thcro no ono to prnlso thorn for tholr scrvlco of good will! Yes, one, tho Lord of all, who Is tho source of Light. Ho scos them where they burn In the blackness of Earth's night, And tbe larger and tho less allko aro precious la Ills sight. He Is tho secret source by which their flames aro tod, From the boaoon's wide, whlto ray which flashes overhead, To tho intermittent ray which tho halt-spent taporsshed; And to oac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

TECB OHIO DEMOCRAT, IiOGJ-AST, OHIO, SATDBDA5T, APRIL 25, 1891. FARM AND GARDEN. A BIT OF CRITICISM. torvleonblo nnil Simple Trellis for Black berry Vines. I would Ilka to crltlotBO Mr. B. P. Powell's notes on raspberries and Wiiekberrlos, particularly his method of trelllslng, which Is to run a wlro 4jf foot from tho ground, supported by stakes at Intervals of 20 feet, topping tho canes tit a height of six feet In my opinion mine Is a far better and simpler method. My plan Is to tako good fenco posts five feet In length, set ono at each end of a row, &$ feet In tho ground, leaving 80 inches above ground. I use No. 13 galvanized wlro and draw It as tightly as possible. However long tho rows may be, a post set firmly at each ond is sufficient. After tho canes aro tied to tho wlro they form a perfect support, and thoro no stakes In the way of tho hoe. I top my canes at threo feet, just tho right height to bo handy for the pickers. By running tho wires CO inches from tho ground the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 April 1891

, Dtimifu-R THE OHIO' DEMOC11AT SATURDAY, APHIL 1801. Qammrmm,wMMmufwrM'viimmm miMWPiwiiijTW .wjWiinwLjw wwuw THE STORY OF A BAD BOY. 11YT. II. ALMUCH.I chapter' ur. ON lJiAUl) Tlti: TYPHOON. I do not roimimher much about ri ho .voyage to Huston, for iiftor tlio jlrst'fow hours ivtsou I was drt'iid fully unwell. 'A'lio nnmo of our ship wns tho -"AiNo. 1, fuBt'BiillIiifr packet Ty phoon." I lenrnod ufturwunla thfit alio Hsillcd fakt only In tlio nowspn pof udvcrtlspnionts. Sly father ,ovnod one quarter of thu Typhoon, and that is wliy we Imppencd to go In her. I tried to pues which quarter of the ship he owned, and jflnally coneluded it must ho the hind quarter, tho cabin, in which wo had tho cosiest of state-rooms, with on,o .round window in tho roof and iwo shelves or boxes nailed up against tho wall to sleep in. There was a good deal of confu sion on deck while wo were getting under way. Tho captain shouted ,ordr.s (to which nobody seemed to jmy any attention) through a bat tered ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 May 1891

Aurtltow Ottlue 7fsv V, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LARGER CIRCULATION JOB OFFICE. THAN AM PAPER IN THE VALLEY. ill Kind of , Job Printing Done More News for Less Money. ut LOWEST I'll ICES. VOL.V. NO. 48 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MAY 9 1891. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. ar"m " sr w- r Kf -irr year vi ... y 'VK nr -sr?r -rur- f viV -i.ir . rr ty . r- j wrr- a rw mi a ; h H I Jm ( J J r V I M j K A THE PEOPLE'S BANK OP LOQAK. Cash Capital; $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs ft Roncrnl bunking business. 1'orolRii Drafts nnd Steamship Tickets for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. G, Opera House. CiXWUENCK A. CUI.VISIt, I'lcsldont. Gkokgk V. Pui.len, Vlro 1'ient. Reuben V. CuiiVEK, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, T resident. Chas. E. Uowen, Cashier. Docs a Rcucral blinking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, nnd buys and bolls Ixeliange. . tS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 May 1891

EHE OHIO 3BM00EAT LO&AST, OHIO, SATTTRDAT, MAY 2, 1891. mnumrmm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Neixie Grant SAnionis is with us on a visit Tins president's train has a barber shop attachment. Dn. Kocn'8 remedy is rapidly disap pearing from public notice Rome is said to bo (Towing faster thn any other European city. Tub tack concerns have combined. Tho point Is for tho consumer. It is proposed to establish a mall ser vice on tho street cars in St. Louis. A CAltoo of over SOO half-bred horses has been Bent to England from tho Ar yentino Republic. Stanley left New York tho othel day with SHO.OOO in his pocket, tho pro oeeds of his lecture tour. Talmaqk has shaved off his side burns. Ho says his faco is fatter now, and so ho don't need them. A two-cent diet kitchen is to bo es' tablishcd in New York. Pics and! doughnuts will not be in it. TnEitE are in New York between 70,000 and 80,000 Italians, less than onc ighth of whom are women. Op tho twonty thousand bills in...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 May 1891

PPEIIISTOKIO VAULT. A Maci of Masonry TJnoarthod at Huntington, Ind. kt U Thought to Ilo tha Work or Moam? llulldcrs. Some rudo Jnnsonry was disclosed to Ylow whllo cutting tho lot of D. A. Purvlanco, on North Jefferson street, Huntington, Ind., to a proper lovol, Saturday. About six foot below tho natural surfneo of tho earth a pllo of stones was encountered which seemed to Imvo been laid with n purpose. They formed an irregular hemispherical mass about six feet In diameter and thrco feet high beneath which were formed layers of flagging, each layer formed by a ilugstono six inches thick, six feet wldo and eight feet long. Below tho mass of masonry and tho flagstono was an empty vault. Tho stones woro of tho limestones va riety, and a kind that is never found in that vicinity unless tlioy havo been brought there. What tho structure had been intended for is a mystery, but it la thought to havo been tho work of tha mound builders. BBHRING TEST CASE. Postponement or tho Snrtvnrrt Suit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 May 1891

"wu ijnmi on. i ihkim THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAT 9 1891. - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, D.V.BREnM. 4. H. Wilson, Proprlstol Editor. Entered at the J'od-oJIlec alLoyuH as Second-class matter. Meeting or 4 he Democratic Central Committee. The Democratic Central Commit to of Tlocking comity will moot uoxt Saturday, May 0, 1891, nt ono o'clock p. i., nt tho court house, to fix tho timo mid milliner of hold ing tho next primary election, unit provide for the election of -delegates to the aoveral conventiotiH, and such other business as may he doomed necessary. L. WAiixnn, Chairman. Ei Dona vax, Sec'y, "Will somo ono tell us what the Kohl bugs mean by an honest dol lar? Tin: business of tho ward heeler and bull-doser is ended. The Aus tralian ballot law retires him with out pay. If 4hu silver dollar buys tho same quantity of groceries, cloth ing or other merchandise as does a gold dollar, in what regard Is tho silver dollar dishonest? Effect of the liillioii Congress. It is given out from Wash...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 May 1891

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY, MAT 1801, Tih paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday cvetitng. -' TflB OHIO DEMOCRAT i LOSAL NEWS, Now plant corn. Columbus and return $1.G0 May Ctli. Look woll to your (Ires this dry wcohor. x Jcsso Williams is salesman for Low McGill. Half faro to Athens, May 4th., account of circus. G. W. Lloyd of Sand Run, was in town Monday. Lafayetto Warner was in Col umbus on business. Eli M. West of Columbus, was in tho city Thursday. Esq. E. G. Martin of Ewing, vtts in town Monday. Judgo Acker has put a now slato roof on his house. Fuirllcld county Democrats indorse Gov. Campbell. Miss Vic. Davis was quite sick with la grlppo this week. Dr. Frank Brohm of Jobs, was in Logan Tuesday evening. P. J. Goodllvo of Gore, was in Logan Monday, on business. It is settled now that there will not Jjo a labor strike May 1st. Athens ar)d return 80 cents, MaV 4th., account of Wallaces Cir- jjHieriff Wright and Prosecut or JMason wore iri'Columbus Tues day. M. B. Hobor'af1 Char...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 May 1891

una omo demoora-t, iDGAtr, ohio, satubdav. jur 2, isoi. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. UNDER THE OAK. Soft tho wind-blow and sunshine In this garden which Is mlno; Bcarco a bundrod yard In girth, Yet a part of all the earth I World (or carpet, root ot skies, Walls of Naturo's tapostries. Naught between tho sun and mo Bare the curtain of a trco. Iloro as 'noath tho oak I sit, Whisperings como out of It; Summer tnnclos, half deslros, Ureatbs that fan forgotton Ores, Trembling Uttlo waits ot song, . Booking words to mako them strong - Life that dies without a sorrow, Buttorfllos of no to-morrow, Odors of a by.gono day, All tho sweots that will not stay, All the sweets that noror oloy, Unembodlod souls of joy, Sing and nutter, flash and go, With a ceaseless interflow; Till at last somo happlor seed Finds tbo rest Its brothers need, Strikes a root and grows and climbs, Buds In words and flowors In rhymes. Who shall toll me how it camot Was it In this winnowed flame, Goldon-drlpplng thro...

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

'V. H3& OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOOA1T, OHIO, SATUKDATt, MAI 2, 1891. I M , FARM AND GARDEN. HOME-MADE BROODER. An Arrangement That litis Hitherto Dodo IU Work Admirably. Tho maw who expects a biff prloo for early broilers must have Bomo means of earing for the young1 chicks as they loavo the Incubator, else thoy will soon bo a "dead loos." Of course ho, can buy brooders and broodo rs, but If tlmo bo plenty and money scarce with him ns with many others ho will profcr to make a brooder. Tho following1 home made arnuigcmont was built by II. V. N. Dlmmlckof. Madison county, N. Y., and found to do lt3 work admirably with hot water. Wo show a cross sec tion. Two tanks woro made each 80x13 inches and four inches deep, Pig. 1 with pipes for filling and faucets for empty ing. A box, L'ig. 2, to iuoloso tho upper tank was made -14x20 inches and eight inches deep. An open space was mado in the bottom of this 10x34 inches and after tho tank was carefully placed tho spaco between it and tho box was ...

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