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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 12 March 1887

M.iiIrr i ii -si. j 1 Ma;Bwji 7. jtBjjB I1- TTl,,iTOp-8ftnma4qM''Xn' !jaittiia,tt .." rf ttMJtl MtttKlni w ttrftr-k V TE ' ' ' .7T' w-rgp '.-Wf.JHwrf,-, ' A , 111 irr i wwpip ssssssaBpBHfc . l.i iiuijiwiiiiwewiwi 1 II ILWP snc V7 " .-jt? w?r- ,' "Hf" hsse: To ProlilbitiontBts Have Scruples oi' Hclcncc. Who Con- Voilo)ifitlioro discuss tho ab stract (UU'Htloit of High License .whether it is right or wrong in ,lrlncliloj wliaihcr it is expedient or Inexpedient; whether results Justify it or tho reverse. It is true that In III. it has rduced tho mnnbor of saloons in tho Stato from 18,000 to 1)000; tlmt it has nh solutely shut up many of tho sa loons In the smaller villages; that, whether it has reduced tho drink ing or not, it has, according to tho Court records, greatly reduced tho .drunkenness and disorder; that even in Chicago, with a municipal government elected by tho liquor interest and pledged to its support, tho figures cannot easily bo so re presented as to give an impressioh ...

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. — 19 March 1887

rt Mam 4t T , i . Wrf i f. The Ohio f H. 5v J5r VOL. I. NO. 38. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 19. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. 1 .iMr,- " 1 wrW jy - , r - 7 J n , $Lj& uemocrat:1' km 'k. . - r r-' f z: r j jzt r r k THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. .'ah Capital, $50,000.00. I (fc. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a (toncrnl hnnklint biinlncxs. foreign Traft mid HterunMil TIckctH ftir wilo ot low est rntcx. 'OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opera House. TjAWRkxpr A. Cui.vkr, rroBldcnt. UkohcikJW. I'ui.l.KN, Vleci 1'rost. 1U:uiik.n- D. CuiA'Kii, Cannier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours from 0 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. .John Walker, VrcnUlent. Chan. I!. Howeu, Cashier. tfloesa ccncrnl blinking business, receives tfppositN, discounts pnper, mul buys ami sells TCxclinngr. HI look. BAJf K In central room In llio Jmnes ATTORNEYS. Cr. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllson IlulltlliKf Logiin, O. Collections...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 March 1887

WWfcM&MSl ?mj mwiKm mii i ai 11 m r Tin i 1 i n mm Tn tit mr im n i mt iiiy.i':" iinHHI iiFinwni"-n w" iTw ntt-'lrFy " OTMWaWMMWIMWfcMMMMailiMrtMii fc.-T' I . llTT?. .V -- WTtmmj , i - -i '.VW-i. lTLSr iJa'S- -J'5 mt-Tsrzrk - w . vwi - -. ' "rE737 i rr-1 7- ' " -"" 1 J" 'i J. ' 1 1 il - r n Tn n 77 Uomnc''wn"i-iJ iw 1 iimipi.p wim"wi m iiw j. 1,1 . ! fi ivwn ' srm y $ Umw""' ni frfcW f The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. . ft ! OHIO. ' I M 1 III CURRENT TOPICS. A rci.i, commotio sot, that comes In the shape of a watch, 1b out. Tub editor of a now Texas paper Bays ho litl only nix subscribers. Lamp-mjiinkus should bo boiled once a Wreck In a solution of sodu. Michigan's Iron mines aro preparing for nn Immense spring output. Up lnMalno thoy think spruco gum Is a grand llitncr ' .i-iioim. Mns. Ui.Kvr.LANU is spending her Lenten lclsuro In studying French. Br.ciiETAitr Mannino will go to Europo for the bouefitof his health. Vehmost farmers nro engaging help at i& to F-2U a month and board...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 March 1887

THE SUMMONS ANSWERED. Eov. nonry Ward Booahor Dies In Brooklyn. Tim World' (Irrntrnt 1'rrselirr rnmci Ultly Awiiy While Anlevp Tho Last fceoiw Ukutcli of Ills Career. New Yonu, March 8. Henry Ward Ilcccher rtli-rt nt Orli) n, m. Tho piitlcnt boRnti to ntnlc slowly titter mMnlffht, and ttio watchers nt hh bcdsldo noon wint that tho end vat ncor. Mr, Deceher piuuert quietly uwuy hllo aslcrp. Ito never recovered consciousness utter paralytU (Unpolled tiLi mind. It li, of course, too early yet to announce any thing dcilnlte about tho funoral, but the lntor inont will probably bo In (Jrccnwood. Mr. Bccchcr never bouidit u lot thnro, but his chlldron and soma of his grandchildren Ho on Evergreen Hill on tho plot ot Mrs. John T. Howard. Mr. ncechor'R twin babies died on tho sumo day, when tho after wards famous preacher was young ai.cl poor and rotnptiru'tlrcly unknown. Hot. as llYlus at tho tlmo In Mr. Howard's house, and was glvon space on Evergreen 111)1, It Is possiblo that Plymontli C...

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. — 19 March 1887

3L&t.M$!!I?ftK9 lO&miftftlrHE ttfJCfc mmmm gjHfci jws wit.-:; i rriwc wwww.wfgajttji.'i faralSfaaia ntnjj i'-" '.-, r,i..li.,MMfM.;p-yy r..-s.-...t. .. .'. V; t Ill l( IWMin r'111-' ; 3jtf - 1 aim i i.i i. n , H WBlllllj mmmmmsm LF THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BREHM. Proprietor, feditor. A. H, Wilson, - SATURDAY, MAR. 10 - 1887 Tub advocates of nn increase of flalnry for tho Governor, present ns nn nrgumont tho fact, thnt n ilrst clnss lawyer, can and does make moro money In his practice tltnn Is now paid tho Governor of tho State for his services. "Well what of It? It Is neither necessary nor usual to elect "first-class" lawyers to the" office of Governor. Somo of tho most efficient Governors of tho- State have not been lawyers of nny class, and (vhcn wc have had a lawyer, ho 1ms generally been of n rather' small caliber. If a lawyer can make more than $1000 per an num in his practlco ho has no bus iness to offer himself for sacrifice. Let tho salary alone, and tho "first class l...

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. — 19 March 1887

r THE OHIO BEHOCRSTTT The now mill isln opocntjori, ' ' Dick McCiirthy, wns ln,.th'o city this week. Bead additional Ipchlq on Ed itorial page. . f Jacob Weaver wa's-ln Lancast er Wednesday, -"-W. P. Prlco has" put a now floor In his ofllce. ,-Honry Shulz has sold his farm to William Knlpo. Col. F. F. Rempol Is In Dayton this week on business. Dr. Chas. Balger is now study ing under Dr. Flnnoy. Milt Martin, of Coonvlllo was In the city Wednesday. Mr. Whitchurst, of Winchester, was in tho city Thursday. Miss Maggio Caso has been re appointed canal collector. Bob Work mado his usual trip 'down tho Valley this week. Tho stock holders of tho "Star" mado their first excursion Sunday. Ed L. Davenport, was suffering with a caso of soro thrort last week. "Nick" Weiland has had his Jewelry storo room repainted and papered. W. P. Prlco has boon in Col umbus this week several days on business. "Bub" Vorls' parent gate is on exhibition, on tho Market lot. Don't fall to see It. The West Virginia...

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. — 19 March 1887

gtw,aii ttf? jyfiSMRf t . i - n m.i'j.nwj.i-j ,' ""?""" "" Hi " ...'J: - "Wlrt ' 1 1r' 1 . ...,,. '.' 'fc-rt&fcl .1 m apMiimjijiiin !! ir-r-T iijini ii mi" ri'-iTrriiiiii tt n '" ' The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. A FRATERNAL TRIBUTE. IJrothor Ne4 Is honiii rrom college, And lila lioad 8o full nf knonlcdtto Ii, that really 'tit an oifort to adjust hi Derby hat. Full nf 1'oatltiK, (till o( rnoltiR, i Full n( Imaormll. steeple clinilng, lloiiiiR, rooth.UI, hnro mid hounds, Putting up the monstrous bell weighing 1111117, many liottniH, And nil that, Jlocun loisp, And he ran tua'ilo; In his sleep Ho ttilks oi "fumble." "llalfhiie.lt," "touch down," "cushion caroms," "sots-to," "goln ; out on strllio," ," Umpire's rillnff," "ovon liinltiR," Kko Ills Conoy r inian nland wlittiltigi, And he 8 followo'l 11; iv 11 pup That nt nny tltno can go against Its n eight and do It tin. Hit like. Bnch In Ned. My cultttrvrt brother; College brod, Tlioru's dttro none other Can compoto with hint In cu...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 March 1887

r : . U PAPIEft MAOHE. Description of III Manufrttiri And Soma of IU Numerous Use.. ' Tho mnnufacttiro of papier mnclio (literally, "ohowotl paper") forim un importnnt branch o( tho papr Indus try. Who (toes not remember thoso projectiles of our school ilayn which wo called "spit-balls," nntl which when thrown at a wall or celling adhered thereto with tonaeltyP What was most striking about theso balls was their extraordinary hardness after thoy bc como thoroughly dry, this being tho mora marked In proportion as tho chew ing had been moru perfect. It was through observing such hard ness that tho idea occurcd to some onn to employ paper pulp in tho manul'aet nro of various objects. Yet tho sub stauco employed In tho Industry is not n "mashed" paper in theabsoluto senso of tho word, but Is a papor converted into a soft cardboard by mechanical processes. In tho manufacture of papier irmclie, tho raw material used Is a bluish-gray, unsized, strong, lluc-graiucd paper. Tho sheets may bo c...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 19 March 1887

MmMM(iMta0qASflc Em TPPT WBl!ilUil4 . VPi4B3?fMflBnPPHPMH9fi&ty!lf$3W E i i ii iiilipiiiaiMStfaaBMaBMBBMggijgWBMpWT mail t mm - j-' i i f - . .1 - f r -i t t J i' i 1 i - ., -. rm f frT.f.T) i j rjjjjjuijjjMMy r - i ii immtmi wmim t !.- if Tarllon. Mr. John Mniiiiliiin hud a very bad runaway Inst. Htituritu.v. His horso wan a lino blooded unltnul, very fiery, ambitious, lilgh-itoiitlocl, and It would lake tho strungtli or two men to place lilm In thu Hliufts. "When hu would start lie would go llko an arrow shot from a bow; John Is n fluo horse-iimn, but as ho drove from his beautiful homo, tho horso shyetl and collided with n tolenjionu pole. Tho horso ran away with the shafts and left tho buggy hanging. John telephoned to Circlevllle that he would, not be over. Judge hoohp gave us a call last week, he Is looking hale and well fed. Tho Judge gave us the bono ilt of a very lino railroad speech. We are working for a pike to Iluenavlstn, or rather to organize a system by which tho ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 26 March 1887

I The Ohio Democrat. JL -4 I 1 1 ( .i',t I I VOL. I. NO. 40. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 26. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. I & a; THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN, Crnh Cpltal 950,000.00. . 'i Deposits secured ' by 'Individual Liability of over Four Hundred 'fhonsand Dollars. Doe n goncrnl banking business. Foreign Draft! nnd Btcumahlp Tickets for sale at low est rates. OFFICE, Boom No. 5, Opera House. XiAWREKCK A. Culver, President. QE01tOEW. 1'UM.KN, Vlco PrfRt. Heuden D. Cur.vr.u, (jushler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p, m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Jiowcn, Cashier. Roes a ecncrnl banking bimlnesi, receives deposits, discounts pnpar, and buys and sells Exchange. BANK In central room In the James Bloc ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, DolllRon Building Logan, -0. Collections of Claims, Notes and Accounts, JIortRUKCS, Leases, Contracts, Meeds, Wills, Mechanic's Liens, Ac., drawn and acknow...

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. — 26 March 1887

if The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tun population of Austin, Tcxns, Is now W.OWJ. Kansas Cur Is building a (100,000 opora house. Mns. Looax Is posted by many bogging lottors. A lir.Tuns of tho untidy dragging skirts Is threatened. BroNOBS hnvo boon dlscovorcd In the lako ot Chautauqua. Home Georgians got 300 bushels of svroot potatoes out of an ucro. Mns. UitcsE refused to tako oft hor bustlo boforo going to tho gallows. The nntlors of 250 oik woro shipped from Oregon to Englnnd last year. bAM. Jokes preached twico at Toronto, recently, making &,(J00 thereby. A "motiikii of triplets" wrltos to Mrs. Hendricks for money to buy a cow. Junoi; Masset, of Douglnssvlllo, Ga., killed eleven partridges at one shot. Tun thrco Colo brothers, of Harrison, On., have tbolr hearts on tho right sldo. It would ho well If exports woro to ox nmino railroad bridges orore tho uccldonts. A weijl nt Yakutsk, Siberia, has been estimated to be frozen to a depth ot 013 Scot. TheopoheTilto...

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. — 26 March 1887

Y- THE TRAOKS COVERED Dm Tlino Whon tho OtnntcU ltcpubllc.in Hnscallt- Mlijlil Ho FnnUlinil U l'ust Ilrpnlblllt of (lis ltepiibllcun 1'nrly. Our oslocmeil contemporary, tho Albnny Argu, has not yet explained to Itn readers why tho Domx-ratta Administration has nogloctod to bring uctlon ognlnst tho Itopubllcans who have rot.hod tho Oorornmont whllo thoy wero Inonico. Tho Argiu charged that tho Oovorn ment, under tho Mcpubllcans, was a "maul or festering corruption." It nasortod that millions of dollars woro stolon and that thoro wero hun dreds of defalcations. Its charges woro so clear and apeelllo that It was nsltod why tho guilty men won! allowed to go Unpunlshod. Blnco then tho Argui has dropped tho subject. This Is singular uctlon. Troy Telegram. The Argus dropped tho subjrot pre cisely because It had given it tho fullest and most exhaustive consideration, and, when accused of glittering gener alities, replied by what our nstcomod contemporary in Troy justly terms clear and speci...

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. — 26 March 1887

fc: 7flim',iWy'WmfMi"1 i ' . if tpctmi iiim if WiWTnCT7T j-uiwummwunimim tritium 5SS Z3M2 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. w. n&EHH. Proprietor, Editor. AvH."WllBpn, .- SATl)Kt)AY, MAH. 2(1 - 1387 Mt. PKimy, Porry county, has ibcen given it foinnle postmaster in the person of Luqretla Dnljlngur. Tlti! House 1ms pa.icd tho Sqnutc bill enacting n code of discipline for tho Ohio Kntinnnl Guard, which thus becomes a law. John A. Lou ax, Jr. was married on Tuesday last.,.to Miss Edith If; Andrews, of YoungstoWn, 0.. She received u bridal-present from her fiillior of !)!oO,;)00. Vb nro glad to learn that the Emperor YVHhelm of Grammy has a birth-day. It occurred mid was- celebrated on Tuesday last, on which date ho was ninety years old.' Tin: Czar of "All the liussias'Mias Miccoedod in getting himself shot nt again. This nlfords n'u excellent opportnnityforhlm to have a num ber of his personal .enemies execu ted. Soo'.' JS'oRTU-UASTKiix Pennsylvania experienced the worst snow storm ever experien...

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. — 26 March 1887

-. ' V. r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. . ZjOoXj :sr:Erws. Spring began tliu 21st. A. Wilson wns In Gnlllpollg tills wcok. John Murphy Is at home op a vacation, y Will Epglnnd, was In tho city on Wednesday. Mr. Joljjn Hansen Is In Kansas on legal business. Get yoiir clock, or watch re-' paired at W,clinnd's. Miss Ml)jnlo Allen spent Sun flay last In Maxvllle, Will Kfcynos has takon ' lils hand out of the sling.' Work hdi not yet been com menced on tno gas well. Mr. Henty Lutz gave an oyfctbr supper on Tuesday night. Frank Wheeler, of Columbus was In Logan this week. Fred Rochester and Ed Donl van spent Sunday In Lancaster. "Bub" Voris purchased a team of mules In Lancaster Saturday. Ramy Balrd, of Baird's Fur nace, was In the city last week. C. I. Barker, of the Athena Journal was In the city this week. Democratic nominations for AVard offlicers made this afternoon. Mrs. Col. S. Churchill visited relatives here the first of this week. Dee. W. Friesner has once more vanished like a vague dream....

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. — 26 March 1887

MBi(m I'i'rii r The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN, . : OHIO. WAIT. Vnlt, my ilnrllnff, by tho ulioro Where tho dreary walern moan; You already hn o crowed o'or, I nm llneorliiRhrrO nlono. Stray not in Ih it lniul ofllsht l-'nrlm,oiul tlio open RiUo, Li-ht I loio jnu from my nlKlit Walt, my darling, darling, unit. Mhto tho croin, but journ tlio crown; Mlno tlio lnt-or, your tlio rest; You vour burden lima nut down Horrow Hiirom In my breait. All tlio nvei of HTii's rudo Ron Daih my Inrli with storm-torn sail. Temper t still abldci for inn You hnc drifted llirouU tho galo. I upon tho lillhor shore. You bjond tlio troubled tldo; Sorrow icos ou no tnoio, Shadows Willi my life nbldo. Urart that novcr nioro h ill ncho, 13 c Unit nocr moro sluill woep, Whilst 1 sorrow forour salto, Lying In tho hist, long sloop. Wnlt, my darling, by tho shoro, Wherothcrher darkly rolls; Soon 1. loo, filuill Journay o'er, Parsing to tho land of souls. Stray not In tho land of light. l'arn not through tho open g.ite,...

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. — 26 March 1887

r Vs Y ,U LIFE IN BIG CITIES. Rome of the Qnecr Up and Down Among Now York' Working-People. It Is often said that hundreds of men wnlk ttio streets of Now York Booking Work ahct ttnablo to And It Thd moat promlnont employment broker In town Bald tho othor night that this was on tlroly untrue. "I can giro ovcry man work," ho Bald, "though it may not bo tho kind ho desires or if) lltted for. I havo dozon of Restaurants and hotels to supply and thoro aro always somo vncanelcs. This morning's papers announocd tho sui cides of threo men who becamo despor nto becauso thoy could not got work. If tlioy had boon willing to tako tho first thing that camo along they'd boon all right. No man need starrc." "How low do wagos run?" "I sont threo men to work as portcra to-day for two dollars a week, Includ ing luncheons. You stare. Of courso two dollars is nothing to us but tho man who won't work for that much and six square meals a week will haro to struggle in Now York. No matter how small tho wa...

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. — 26 March 1887

r Obltnnry. Anthouls Urowu liutln wns horn Aug. 21, 1823, near Cadiz, Hocking Co., Ohio and died March the lltli. 1887 ut Point Pleasant, V. Vn., In the sixty fourth year of his age. IIo was married Sept. 17, 1818 to Miss Eliza J. .Tame, by ltov. Joseph Carper, In Logan, O. ut tho resid ence of C. W. James, Esq. To them were born seven children, four of whom survive. Most of his life was apent In Lognn. About Ave years ago he moved to Columbus, O. and two years after ho moved to Point Pleasant, W. Va., whero ho remained until his death. At tho ago of fifteen ho was con verted and united with the M. E. Church in Logan in the communion of which he lived a faithful and ex emplary member till his dcpirturo to tho Church Triumphant. For many years he filled the responsible offices of Steward and Class leader in the church, and discharged tho duties of each office with honor to himself and fidelity to tho Master. Bro. Butln was not demonstrative either as a man or christian, but his integ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 April 1887

SSSSSSSSSSSTu ' uy- (l.- cvX. ('ilj r4SCfc YOL. I. NO. 41. .LOGAN, C HATUfRBAY, APRIL 2, 1887. TEH MS, $1.50 PER YEAH. THE PEOPLES' BANK H I KSi.' 3k Merchant Tailor, or Looks, 3EK2SS223S2 KS2S2E33233 ET2ES23a23 S2L2iJJJi2x;fi2zS :25: n n i a f ( ,j pa b cj H 71 'i i , V V''l ' 'ts, ' I H i The mocrat: . u A f! K: i- -f-- -, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability or over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n (jcnornl lilinklntr liuMnrM. KorelKii Drnriii nml btcuinHlilp TIckctH for snlc nt low put ralt'H. OFFICE, Itoom No. , Opera House. LAWitr.Ni'i: A. Cui.vkk, rrrililonl. OKononW. I'uu.ra, Vlci l-rct. Ki;uiii:n I). Cui.vi:n, Cnililcr. THE FIRST BANK OF IjOOAX, OHIO. Office Hours from fl a. m. to .1 p. in. Paid in Casli Capital, $00,000. John Walker, J'reHttlant. C7tf. li.Jloivvii, Ca.ihln'. Poos a 'moral lmtiklnt lmstncHi, rctvlves xli'pmHs, discounts iii-rt ami Ijiijh anil sells dJ.icliuilHC. Ky-H.YNK In ccnlial room In tliu James liluuk. ATTORNEYS. CI. W. BBEHM. Att...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 April 1887

V , r The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Brncrtim's tomb Is guarded by two offi cers. FAnn & Nte Is tho namo of a Wc3torn firm. OnuM smugglers havo been arrested In Hon Francisco. Geuoximo is employed la making gardens at FortFlckons, Kla. Wm. O'BnmV, of Pottstown, Po., has caught a largo whlto rat. , Colonel Is-nr.iisou, says ho will deliver no moro anti-religious lectures. A man In Illinois dodged a colt's kick, fell on a stump and broko four ribs. Tin; namo of Mulo Head has boon hit upon for a now sottlomont In Dakota. MAnrANnnnsoN Is sold to bo worth $000, 000 and Lotta only $400,000 poor thing. The nvorago weekly consumption of coal in London is S2J0,000 tons. This soota them. Allen G. TnunMAN kcops no horses be cause MrB. Thurmnn Is afraid to rldo or drlvo. ONE-rouRxn tho milk dealers in Boston, the local inspector of milk assorts, are dis honest. ' Mns. BBEcnitn has gono to Florida for a month, accompanied by her ncicc, Mlsw Bullard. Foutt snow-storms and ono...

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. — 2 April 1887

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