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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

t EARLY OHIO. Short Skofchoa of Attonioy Gon , oral Stanbory, An ArtUl-I.nwj-er, nn Old tliinsinlth ti ml Others A Manufactured Ancient Hiero glyphic Tablet. Henry Stnnborry, Atloincv tlct1cr.1l ot tho United -Slnles In tho Administration uf An drew Johnson, wiw tioinln (he city of Now York In ISC'), on tho SMli of rebrunry, Ho enmo to Zanesvlllo Willi his father's family In 1814. He hnd had some cdiicationnl advantages In tho llajt, and uftor further preparation nt homo was sent to Wnshlnnlnn CoIIckc, l'cnn nylvnnln. Ho wns graduated from that Instltu tut Ion In IHltl. At tho iirc of sixteen ho commenced the study ot law at Lancaster, with I!benc?cr tlroiigcr, nnd llutshcd hit legal reading In tho ofllcn of Charles C. Qoddurd. In Itt! I ho was admitted to tho liar of tho Supremo Court of Ohio, then on circuit In (lallla County, He wns urged by Thomas Kulng to commence tho practice of law In Lancaster und rldo tho circuit villi him. Tho circuit nt that time extended from the countie...

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. — 16 April 1887

LINCOLN IN IBA'4. The Unwonted Berlonanna Which IT DM played Darin the Full of Ttmt Year. But now a now ncior camo fohvnhl ontho political Btngo In Central Iltl noU; or rathor, an old favorHo reap pearcd. Tills was Abraham Lincoln. Slnco his return to Sprlngllcld from his single term In Congress, 1817 to 1849, though by no moans entirely withdrawn from politics, his actlvo work had boon greatly diminished. His Congressional llfo had largely Increased tho horizon of his observation. Perhaps It had also extended tho bounds of his ambition. Ho had doubtless discovered many of his own defects, and not unlikely had diligently sought to remedy them. Tho period following had for him boon years of work, study and reflection. His pro fession of law had becomo n deeper sclonco and a higher responsibility, ills practice receiving his undivided atten tion, brought him more Important and more remunerative cases. Losing noth , Ing of his gonial humor, his character took on tho dignity of a graver...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 16 April 1887

r Fh'Hl Slnglnp; of "Homo, Sweet Ilomo." rurliiipi tito mo3t tlnillltigtjiinrt r of ui liour or lolin J toward Piiyno'rt lifo wns Hint when Jenny Llnd Sting "llonlo Sweet Homo" to li tut. The ooensslon win tho Jumiy Jjlnd concert In AVushington, tins night or Dtwinlier 17th. IBM. Tlio iiHhumbly, was, porhupri tins most tlls'tliigtiiihccl uvui'riot'li in it con-ecrt-rociin in llii.s country. Tito immense Nuttonit Hull, hastily constructed for tlio occasion on the ruins of tho burned National Theatre, was tilled Id overflowing. Among the notables present and occupying front Hunts were Pres ident Fillmore, Daniel Webster, Henry (Jluy, General Scott, and John Howard Payne. Jenny Llnd opened with the ''Casta JMvn," and followed with the "Flute Song" (in which her voice contested rivalry for purity and sweetness witli the iiute in tho duet,) tliqn the famous "bird Song," and next on tho pro gramme tho "Greeting to America." All pieces ware applauded appar ently to tho full capacity of an ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

K ' . ft I V i-r TwpHt.aafl(im-, HflW T?- " '"' V " The Ohio Democrat. . -'Mfm '. VOL. LSNO. .44. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 23. 1887. TERMS, 31.50 PER YEAR. i 'f V, if ' THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AN. Cntih Capital) $60,000.00. Doposlts secured by Individual Liability of over ' Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a pencrnl blinking business. ForelRii Drafts nnd Btcntnshlp TIcltotH forftalo nt low est rutci. OFFICE, Itoom No. 5, Opnrn Honsc. Lawhencb A. Cur.vriii, President. QLOltaiSiW. PUM.KN, VlL'O 1'rCRt. llKUHKN D. Cui.vun, (,'nnlilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Offico Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President Chan. IS, Jioivcii, Cashier. Does'a cenernl bunking business, receives lepnsl(H, discounts paper, and buys anil sells uxciinngc. nDAKK-In central room In tlio James Block. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllson llulhliiig Logan, O. Collections, of Clnltno, NoIch nml Accounts, MurlRHKCii, Lenses, Contr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

i The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. A i.Anon whnlo was captured off Long Island. Goon Fiudat 1b a legal holiday In Penn sylvania. Briiyt'di:, Kas., elected flvo lndlos to bo nldnrnicn. TitAixngcnts say womon rarely buy com ic vapors. Tun women of Ducks County, Fn., nro cm fining tlio saloons. Adam Foiikpauoii's check Is said to ba good for 13,000,000. Dn. Maiit Walkf.u has at laBt got Into tho ill mo museum. The National Amateur Tress Association meets In Cincinnati noxtyoar. Ncitiikii wine, nlo, porter nor brandy hns ever boon manufactured in Japnn, Tub Santa Ilnrbnra (Cal.) hot sulphur springs havo been sold for $100,000. It Is estimated that over 110,000 Montana sheep froze to doath tho past winter. TncNTox, N. J., hns oloctcd its llrst Ho publican mnyor In twenty-flvo years. Ir nil tho gas is taken from tho bowel of tho earth won't tho surface envo inl Tin: President nppolntcd Ilonton J. Hall, of Iowa, to bo Commissioner of Patents. Tun Hell telephone hns 14.1S5 mi...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

V- The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. S HE AND SHE. Tho market's down, I vow. And I'll loso nn ovon thou' If thoy don't como up nnlii this Tory morning! I'vo put nil my llttlo pllo Whero I thought It woll worth while Ana now tho thing's collapsing without warn ing! Oh, n fellow's llfo Is hnrd When ho holds a trumping curd Or think ho does and lliuls It's not tho right onol When Dnmo Fortnno shows hor hnnd Then ho can understand That his brain Is, aftorall, no cry bright onol I think It's only humnn To wish to bo a woman And bo rid of mon's perploxlng Inmlnoss euros) Thoro's my wlfo at homo this minute, Bhu can't guoss what troublo's In It, Or seo tho uso of having bulls and bears I Whllo I am trotting hern, Filled lvttli anxious dread and fear, Sho's no doubt nil happy, quiet and content. Sitting In hor rockfng cnalr, 'With somo knitting light as air. Over which hor llttlo curly head Is bentt t And when I go homo to night Sho'll not guoss my unxlous plight. Nor how nil day I'vo lived In...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

WiM'V'l fct-MlteUi ., ,i in i f 11 i'"T 1 ' t piJgt3MWfJ'lWLli'JTfy nnnwnrwM PC? THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, .0. W, BPEHH. Proprietor, A. H. Wilson, - - Editor. SATURDAY, Al'lt. 2!1 - 188" Jintcred at the Potl'OjIlcc at Logan its Secnnd'dnsi matter. The (J. 0. P. nrcHiuiRrj. Tho Itepubllcnu leaders claim that' they and they only should bo trusted with olllclal position, for tho reason that tlio liberties of the people, are, and be safe in no other hands, nnd in viow of this loud and oft repeated claim, our attention is particularly directed to the ques tion of tho liberty of tho citizens at this time. Outsido tho rights to which mankind aro endowed by nature, there is no moro Important right belonging to tho American citizen than tho right of having a voice in the choice of the individu als who shall be clothed with tho power of administering tho laws, nnd for tho tinio being are our masters. The right to vote is tho constitu tional right of every citizen, not .disabled by operation of law. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

H J . i' v V THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. TjOOJlTj uetws. April showers. Thursday was Arbor Day. This la tho sonson of Ash stories. Ell West was in Fostorlu this week. . Sir. Wlllard was in Columbus Tuesday. Yesterday was what might bo called wet. Canal street above Market, is being repaired. Mr. John Trltsch is having his houso repainted. F. S. Pursoll is in Charleston, W. Va. tills week. C. W. McClintock, was in Col Umbus on Monday. Frank Wheeler of Columbus was In tho city Tuesday. Dodo Whitchurst, of Winches tor, was in Logan Tuesday. Prosecuting attorney Lowcry, was in Athens this week. Dr. Campbell spent a couple days in Fostorla this week. Millar & Case aro having tho shelving in their drug store extend ed. Dr. Irwin and Nols. Fetherolf woro business visitors to Logan on Thursday. John Kerstein will start a sa loon at tho old Whito stand about May first. Tho excursion boat Star has been repaired and will make a fish ing trip soon. For Gas pipo and fittings, Li brary lamps, shades, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

A BREAKING BOOM. Th CnmtliUry or tlm Ohio Srnntor At mmljr Imperiled hf Ojunrrollnir Itouuli. Ileum, Wo Imvo noticed from time to tlmo thn progress of tlio Hlioininu boom which wns so ntiptrtotmly launched nt jthoDolnioiiIeo dinner of the Kopttbllcnii Club n few months ngo. Wo tlicn qioiutcd out sonic of the unmistakable mgns going to snow tlinttlicio was Jllspositlon among tho patty leaders, hitherto friends of Mr. Utalnc, to drop Jrim nntl tako tip tho Imnncr of tho jOhlti Senator. Not the least of these Judications was tho very full toport of tho speeches given in tho columns of tho Tribune, whore nothing mis sup pressed, not ovon tho Blighting allu sions of General Hawley to Mr. Bhilno, who was spoken of as tho "one nian" who had caused tho division of the Re publlcan parly, nnd tho consequent election of Mr. Cleveland. Wo should not ho surprised if tho Tribune were tho open athocato of Mr. Sherman be fore tho end of the prccnt year. Tho j Dolinonteo dinner, it will bo remem ber...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

t FARM AND FIRESIDE. A good deal of tho peculiar mutton ta(o Is taken out of it whon mutton is cured. Keep begonias wlicro tho tempera tui'o is not too dry, and thoy will not drop their loaves. Keep the ground about newly-set fruit trees clean and mollow for a din tanco of at least six feot from tho trees. Eutllngo is iirst-rato for poultry, taking tho place of green food. Feed but llttlo nt first. Corn, ryo or clover cnsilngo may bo fed.1 Home and Farm. Cream Toast! Toast a slleo of bread a nlco brown, spread n llttlo butter on it; d.lp sweet cream over it; set it in tho oven until well boated. Springfield (0.) Times. Breakfast Fritters: Ono cup of cold lulled rlco, ono pint of Hour, ono tciispoonful of salt, two eggs beaten lightly, two teaspoonfuls of baking powder stirred into the 'Hour, and enough milk to miiko a thick batter. Fry llko griddle cakes. It Is folly to uso marcs for breeding purposes, marcs that arc not well de veloped or have vicious tendencies, or nro lacking in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 23 April 1887

v THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.BAEIIM. Froptletoti Editor. A. H. -Wilson, HATU11DAY, AJ'lt. I) 1887 J'ln tercd a I th c Post-of)lee a t Loyan us' b'ccond-r.lass mat to: Tlio Electoral Votes. Tlio prevent Congress has pas-ted two nets of tlio very ilr.it import jinco In reference to tlio Proslilunt iitl office. One of thoso laws changed the order of succession to tlio olllcc, so that lioroaftor the .Secretary of State nml after him the other members of the Cabinet In order, will become President in case of the death of both tlio Pres ident and tho Vice President. Tlio other law which bus been passed, supplies nn omission in the Con stitution by providing a method of counting the ejectoral votes. All that the Constitution snys in refer ence to thjs matter is, "that the President of the Senate slinll, in presence of the Senate and House ,of Representatives, open all the cer tificates, and the votes shall then bo counted." If tbero were no such thing as .contested or disputed elections, this ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

- -w - kti-w ffl.wwm.. 'twffw .. - ,1 niA i Ij;i.M The Ohio Democrat. YOk. I. 0.45. LOG-ASP, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 80. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEft YEAH. J THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual .Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Doen n genornl bnnlilnn luislne-"". Korelpn Drnftn nml Htcnmslilp Tlt-lci-tH for siilo lit low est rnte.. OFFICE; Room No. 5, Opera House. IjAWM'.nci: A. Cui.vkh, President. GKOIUIEiW. I'um,i:s, Vlco 1'rcst. Ui:uiii:n I). Cui.vi:n, Cnililrr. THE FIRST BANK OFTjOGAX, OHIO. Oifico Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000, ' Joint IValkcv, I'reahlciit. ('has. li. Hoireii, Cashier, Docrh "cnernl hnnklns lmliir-Ra rrrelvci tlopoxltn, illm-onntN vapor, uml linys nml wilt. KxrliniiBc. BlST HANK In central room In the .lnmes ATTORNEYS. a. W. BEEHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollfsou Huihling Logan, 0. CnllrrfloiiRorCliilnis Xnlci nml Accounts MnitKiitrei, I.oiiws Contim-ls Denis, Will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Jrrr. Davis la olghty years old. 8am Jonfs will soon begin revival work In Ban Francisco. Tnr.nr. tiro ten nlindos of hellotropo In this spring's goods. In Dos Moines tlioy clinrgo you ono dollar por quart forgreon peas. American capitalists nro Investing heavi ly In real cstato In Mexico. HurrAl.o gnats lmvo killed a 12,400 Jer sey bull In Memphis, Tcnn. Excii.isit pcopla nro surprised to find out that lluffulo 1)111 Is not an Indian. Tin: season of colossal iHh yarns may now bo said to have been fully Inaugurat ed. Mn. DniNKWATnn was a candldato for mciiAcr of tho Denver (Col.) city council, recontly. Iowa nnd Kansas pcoplo now put their corn Into hogs and hominy, instead of tho distillery. KMPEiian William Is hopeful of contin ued pcaeo; still ho keeps his weather eyo on tho Czar. Tim world probably holds no moro rest lessor uncomfortable- man than tho Czar of all, tho Kusslas. Ki a M'wanoa, of Africa, Is opposed to single blessedne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

ft The Ohio Democrat. LOOAN. OHIO. THE KANSAS FARMER. We talked, or read, or Idly sat, beholding. Betwixt Die wlrc-Btrunff polo nnd April Prom dawn till dusk, tho endlessly unfold! skr. Idlng, Swift panorama of tho land tweop by, ITie twilight cloned npon n lonesome prairie, A paling sur.iot pierced by ono faint star, Above a house low-browed and aolltnrr. ' Been from the windows of our passing car. For ratios thoro was no other habitation, Out from a neighboring marsh a heron took flight, Roso, gray and silent ns nn exhalation. And grew a speck far In tho fading light. Framed by tho doorway In the frowning gable, The flguro of n man stood dark and still i No roof focsldo, but lust n turf-walled stable, Half-thatchcd with grass, half-sunken in the mu. A solemn mule couched on his bony haunches; JK lnnlcfaw leaned and rubbed against her sty; ,Ki trco.rfcit one baro locust, In whoso branches 1 Turkey wen roosting, black against tho sky. Tho man stood gazing, gaunt of tramo and 'gloomy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

jyigHtrmiur'nfTnNMvMrnmvji Tttymv3mmmrawvww9iwniinBuiiwuxa&txwmwrxm THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0, W. BREHM. .A. H, Wilaon, Proprietor, Editor. .SATURDAY, APH. UO - 1887 Entered at the Post-office at Logan ,as Second-class matter. Tite rumor that another Natural Gns Co.j Is being organized hero ap pears to he unfounded. Somk of the holders) of .slock in ,tho Natural Gas Co., begin to won der when operations will begin in earnest. Ir councilman Gould don't have an ordinance passed, banishing the Ijits from tho -ith Ward, tho Ito publican Gazette will lie itself bald headed in about four weeks. Tin: Circlevillo Jkmoerat and Watchman, came to us last week, emblishod with anew Head and otherwise improved in appoarancu. Bro. Van Cleaf Is to bo, congratula ted on the energy and enterprise Which makes his paper one of the best in the State. Legislative Public Works Commit tee with statements that the canal and reservoir are positively a nui sance, and that only during rainy seasons is there any...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

i i si m A 1 K THE. OHIO DEMOCRAT. XiOCAJLi SnTZETyVS. - L. J. Burgess is away this week on bttslnnca. Mrs. S. M. Godocke, was In Athens Saturday. Milt Martin, of Coonvllle, was In tho city Monday MlssJcssloWlilto Is homo for liar summer vacation. Col. llompol Is having his drug store building ropaintcd. ( A hall storm visited this part of tho country on Thursday. Joo Patterson has accepted a position on tho K. & O. R'y. E. M. West spent part of this week at Fostorla and Flndlay. Judgo J. It. Qrogan still con tinues In extremely poor health. Dick Ramsey has had his barber shop paporcd In tho latest style. Ed Itecktonwald and wlfo of Pt. Pleasant aro In Logan this week. Col. Woldy was examining the Gas fields of Northwestern Ohio this week. Leo George who has boon very sick for three months Is slowly ro covoring, L. D. Viekors, has given his office a cleaning up, it now looks like a parlor. Harmlsons & Co. arc to tho front with more bargains at lower prices. Read "ad." "Chuck...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

-iiriiiIHL ID-HH1 FOREIGN SPECULATORS, Th Potior ' " Ind Office II Moen Mot to )isconras;e Kuroptiin Capitol But io Form Capitalist Abroad to In. TiKt tl Honestly. Cortntn American ottizon who crossed tlio Atlnntlo not long ago with the Intention of soiling In England or Holland great sIIccb of unimproved land In our Territories havo hcon brought up with a round turn by the pnssngo of tho so-called Allon Land lords not, Ono of thorn was ox-Sona-tor Stophon W. Dorsoy, who Is said to linvo hail several millions of uores to soil, and whoso olabornto dinners In London, lmvo attracted tho attontlon of tho Associated Press. Other Ameri cans havo been offering to foreign in vestors a triflo of 79,000,000 acres (r two and one-half times the area of the State of Now York) situated some where in tho wonderful Southwest, whero enormous ranches and bound less SpanlRh grants grow from nothing in a single night. Hut tho forolgnors1 ardor has suddenly been chilled and tho American speculators havo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

i t r 9 '5 l s l s"i i: X -K V AN HISTORICAL MODEL. A Steam Eagtnaj Unlit In lfto Stilt In rer- j feet Rannlna; Order. Retained in perfect running order in the United States 8tAmboat Inspector's oftlco in this city is an osclilnting en glno constructed in 1809 by Daniel French. It Is only of model slzo and Is probably the first engine of tlio kind over constructed. Its description is simple Having ltd piston-rod attached directly to tlio crank-pin, as tho crank rovolvcs tho cylinder oscillates upon trunnions, ono on each side of it, through which tho steam enters and eaves tho steam-chest. Tho valves nro within the steam-chest, oscillating with tho cylinder. It is porhaps as sat isfactory an cnglno of this class as has ever boon built, for It Is well known that the mechanism actuathi;., tho valves in oscillating steam engines hns soldonv proved perfectly satisfactory in Its operation. Tho inventor, whoqo son carried on a Bhip-yard for years at Jcffersonvillo and was well known to ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 30 April 1887

f i ' m V hum !. '.t.'.njijmiu'um'uii-m..i flwumiiw w mmJUU'n '-"m" tanm iMMlw 'if nwminvBMm taffmittvm'wonmirwMWlKM ptmminwwililnUg ImproTcmi nt of Hip Nine. It'la n iniijfortiiiio Tor nny fill's fuco to liayo nin;uiuinli nasi. The jio.t tinm ;6u nra In nn nssemblnso or maidens iin prow tho opportunity lo ceo I10W niuiiy of them aro not jivctty, but would lw if tliclr iioso3 wore nicely feminine. I wouldn't tlislrusa tho hump nosed by niunlinnlufr tlio pubjecj veto It not thnt lhi ihyrt of their iirccswiry oppression tiro numbered. Br. J. U nn eminent pliynlcimi. I dcslro to make that point clear, m m to avoid tho suspicion that 1 r.m footing a humbug or nn wlveiltse incnt upon my leaders. IIo is president or tho high nml professionally mighty nendeiny of medicine, which to a btriclly ortliouox nml conventional body. At tho last meeting over which hn presided another (surgical mugwump, Dr. B., ex hibited a saw with which to improvu ' no-j.s. Doctors forfeit their, professional tlmu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 May 1887

lytHTnii'TrrtiitTMum'JBK a-Afiy it4Ui&m- f -rr mrtifflTf ""-" 'f afTffiTi-f T-Tnr fi.ifiiii timr1n-Mritwnimahirta i m t m s -. mi '. ' u ' -I .' J Ohio Democrat. VOL. I. NO. 46 LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MAY 7. 1887. TERMS,$1.50 PER YEAH. , ' ' , Jr' J " - 1 titj r-", ' ' -"" '. .--V ' ' ; ' ' "' f J- J " V THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAH. Cfldh Capital $')0,000.00. Deposits' Rccured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dons n penornl bnnkine IniMncss. Foreign Drafts and SUmniRlilp Tickets for Rulo at low cHt rotes. OFFICE, Room No. 6, Opera House liXwnENCE A. Cni.vr.R, President. GforofjW. lUM.rN, Vlco Prct. Reuben D. Cui.vku, Cnsliler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. in. , Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E.Jloiven, Cashier. Dncao. cpnerul banking biisinpfm, rcccUon deposits, dlscoiintH pnper, unci lm mut sells .Kiuhnuge. BANK In ccntrnl room In the .Inincs Bloc: ATTORNEYS. GK W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law...

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