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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 17 November 1888

'A X y I DOCTORS. Connie riiynlrliinn hi Kviiry Ilrnnclt o Moillt'itl l'rnctlco. "It Is only within tho last twenty live years tlint women havo boon por tnlttcd to cntor mcillcnl colleges," said a gt-udiitito of tho Woman's Medical (JoIIoro of Uhleago. "Tho pchools of America woro tho first to admit womon," continued Dr. Dickenson, "and England was forced Into conces sion. Thirty years ago Mrs. Trances I'llzaboth Hoffpan was obliged to loavo England and attend a school In Zurich to got a medical education. A short tiino afterward Mrs. Garrett Andorson, now one of tho most noted of female physicians, as well as Mrs. Agnes Me Lttron, had to loavo Edinburgh to got tholr education in Paris. It Booms Btrnngo that a city lllco Edinburgh, boasting of tho most perfect school systom In tho world, had no plnco whoro a woman might study modlcino if sho woro so inclined. "Thoro nro now four medical col legos in tho United States, situated at Now York. Philadelphia, Balti more and Chicago. Thoro...

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. — 17 November 1888

w f UWMlMiUL.lJUHllAf';iHIJWfJWU' i """. TLU. rygri'jrmiimup mWLwmjmaimmiS ajxraivw mmi wmwww fnmnmnMttn VWL h 144,11 1 "pin wii immtmtwvnvmmmmim ,w'1''7?rcT'rwiui.y ifwwBWPiwiiHwiiiiiwwM ThoNcoil For Salt. TI10 importance of suit us nn ar ticloofdict, according to u scien tific writer, Is overrated. A coiir tinued uso of largo quantities of suit produces scurvy. Tho popu lar boiler that tin uppotlto for stilt Is mil vernal ,'iiiiong tho lower alli um Is Is without foundation In fact. Dogs, cats and other carnivorous animals show no fondness for it, and tho same is true of the fruit tutting animals. Even herbivorous animals do not eat bait regularly with tholr food, but only at long intervals, which ' suggests tho thought that perhaps they take It as a vermifuge. In certain parts of tho world where salt is unknown antelopes abound in countless numbers, and in parts of Africa whore salt is abundant, tho ante lope show no tartness for it. There are many instances in which flocks of sh...

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. — 24 November 1888

V -v rtofinmpf - - i , ' V'slHrH'tv THE OHIO DEMOCRAT , hAflG&R: CIRCUL'A11!0W 3 ? - THAil AKY PAPfiR III THE VALLEY. fo kJOB OFFICE. . i All Kinds of Job 1'rlntlnfi Dbiio J L More News for Less Money,? B-, at LOirilNT ritWHS. , VOL. III. NO. 2 5. LOGA3ST, O., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 888. TEMS, $1.50 PEH YEA It. 4J ' 1 fc- via - -- ' W 1ST T7T Tf - m IT "IT TT " v 8 "W" , t ,r r r a a k. ra i ' cr m Ra s . at ,m i. w ki q VBS M . SHT ZA 4 ft U a Br" 1 m fl tfJ H I B n rfi ,JJ Am ftsl m m at m l m tzr m n m tk. aw ,( tsj n i 4 ftp H 11 ED J 4r rn & n k ,1 ' "? v it v. - 21 -Z &. 1 ' THE PEOPLES' BANK iill Kyc's Chrononholon thlo;oy. rri .A-IXIIETSS IBCUR, THE ST-JSIj&JJR 3-88 or looAn. BijLgijUjuwjttmwUMij.'j.MgfjimuroMklgMtaCTonajrw Information Wanted. i'nsli Capital, $50,000.00. , Continued from last wcvf;. K F fe ; . ll lit V Dniiosits soe.urefl liv Individual t :i.!tll.. r" . JJJIUJUHJ III IIVUI Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n Koncrnl blinking luihlmw. ForolRti i...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

et ,r ;HH jtr T rf j-pa r pi t fHEOHIO DEMOCRAT. tOGAN, oinc CURRENT TOPICS. Losdoj h bellevod to bo built over a coal -bod. The blith rnto In France Is rapidly de creasing. Mns. Lockwood says sho will novor run for Prosldont again. " Thk cost of tlio Sioux City (la.) corn pal ace Isglvon as $50,000. Tins Woman's Press Club of Cincinnati lias tlitrtoon membors. Young alligators bavobocoms numorous oonr Katontown, N. J. Coloiucd men aro drlvors and conductors on Savannah (Go. ) street cars. The Nun of Konmnro donlo9 tho rumor that alio has bocomo n Protestant. Tnn man wbo first suggostod nnrrlson for I'resident Is Rotting numorous. Duksuiur, tho British Columbia coal ling, hat an lncomo of .la.OOO n day. The Jnpnnoso army is now 160,000 strong. It will bo tiO!), 000 bofoio long. The entire front of one of tho banks at Itlvorsldo, Cal., Is constructed of onyx. The old State House at Now Havon, Ct., s to bo converted Into a publlcllbrary. StXTr millions of pcoplo cbango tho Chief Magis...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

jfia"; 7v -v-r ? vc s?1 '. 4 !wwwrgBPf:i "T 'tf&vvfw, K $ 9 IP' ja f THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN-. oino. THOSE STAIRS. In going up to bed last night, I cllmuod with little cure, And when I thought I'd ilono tho (light There atlll was ono moro stair. 'Titos Into, tho lights wore out, trad so Most grlovously I stubbed my too. And as I lingered, nibbing hard, There carao a soulful nolso, Uplifted from tho lono bnolc-yard. Said I: "IltnowtluMolcol "'TIS Tom oxcludod hath ho boon, I'll hnsto and lot tho poor beast In," , On my way to admit tho eat At the dark kitchen door, I thought, when I hat reached tho mat That thcro was ono stair moro i My progress tho dull floor did block Wy norvous syst.om got a shock I ,1 oponed to tho doleful crlor, And climbing bapk to bed "Wouldyou bellovof strovo to get hlghor When I had reached tho head. Indeod, upon tho top-most stair I stood with ono foot In tho air. Thonlbothoughtmo: "Mrs. H. Won't hovo tho cat in nights 1" And I doscondod spoodlly To so...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

.f twgwmormgnrgrrgnrffTfjH'f.TLai.11 jiifwnwiMw'fiTWF'mifiiiwiuiiiHii'iii imnnHmimiiijanni'i imiiii'jwmwgwmijMgumiitwjMin'ajmjjjLHtfm K'mwiM.iMMWMm.wiuwjunwL'mmirx.awijtjmiwimlirtiiwnniiwtiuimniiiumM pmpwj. y.jMmTirlinjw.iFiKjwimmu.tinwumHiaM r i N 1 I A 4 i t h. 1 a k Kf W I f oo THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, (IiWiISREIM. A.. H.Wilson, - FroptUtoi Editor. SATURDAY, NOV 21 18SS Entered at thcJ'osl-nflicc at Lay an as Second-views matter. Outhwaite's majority in thN Congrcs sionul district is '2,57 L Om:vi:i..anj)'n innjorlty Georgia, (nllicinl,) is fi(,OI)il. in Gen. IIovev, Rep. is elected Gov. of IntUimu ly 2, ISM plurality. Talij Sloucju's nmjority in tiiis district over Judge IJright is 1,595. government cannot dio. It Is necosMtrily immortal. As well mli;ht you (all; of continuing Solar System without the sun, as of the existence of a republic with out u Democratic party. Men may forget wise counsels for a time and so dofoat the Dem ocratic piuty for u time, but so long as (lie human mind...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

Mf.'. i ,...! 'Jtw a i B f s jMMWanilMlllM.UilMlllU IIHUIMHlMtIH This paper goes to press at S o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEW&" JTD. L. WILSOX, Cit if Editor. Frank Bulrd whs In Logan on Sunday. Frank Brohni was in Logan on Sunday. Ed Collins, of Columbus was in Logan Sunday. Tom Johnston, of Fostoria was in tlio city this week. Clias Frnsch is mifforing with rheumatism of the eyes. Will McOlintock was in Nel son vi lie on Wednesday. Mrs. II. M. Hamilton is visit ing relatives at Buchtel. Prosecuting Attorney Lowery was in Columbus Sunday. Tlio German Detective at the Opera House on Monday evening. Tho new time card of the C. II. V. & T. By. Is published in this is sue. Col. J. E. Dana, of West Vir ginia was tho guest of F. S. Pursuit this week. Tho Crescent Club open the season with a dross ball on Wed nesday evening. Mrs. MadaBrown,icc Schwartz was visiting her parents in this place this week. Canty & Pitcher, Insurance agents have just received a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

i i.i.i.,.fafcLAj,ili 'I ! v . IT"" ipmw nuijn.mn.utjj u FARMER KENT'S PARSON. LWrlttcn tor this paper, OTiBEESaJ IIANKBQIVIKG DAY uiul tlio solotun church With autumn tints was bright; Tlio purplo trtiltnmltho russet loaves Shono fair In tlio tempered light, Wlillo tlio nnthom roso ns frco nnd strong As nn oiiglo's skyward lllght. When the people passed from out tlio door, Somo gazed with rid icule. On a ragged bCKj if. old and blind, Who stood In tho vestibule. Tlio parson stajed n moment's spneo Ily tho beggar grim and gny; Ilasald: "Oood morrow, my worthy friend, A to you giving thanks to-dny? Jtovo on no doubt your dinner waits;" And tho parson went hs way. The bcggarsmllcd; "My Father's lands Extend from fon to sea; Ho feeds tho rnvnns whon thoy cry, And llo'll savu c-umb for mo. " Somowhon within H.j wide tlom Un A tnblo doth await; Itoncnth somo humulo cottar's roof, Or by tho rich man's gale; I only Imow 1 nood not h.istc, I will not bo too lato." Thon Farmer Kent passed wh...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

u 4 f ft. JUSTICE IN CHINA. Tho Impnrtlftt Way In Which CelcMttftl Judge Meto Out Punluli merit. A run-ch'-i-vn (horodltnry onieor) named Gh'iuig-siTan, iv Mnnchu belong ing to tho Bordorcd Uluo Unnncr, was ordorcd two yours ago to talco up hla quarters at a post station called Stt-wa-.yon, for tho purposo of patrolling tho country against robbors. At tho samo tlrao special ordors wore given to him to Itoop a watch u pon tho soldlors ot tho station, who woro roportod to bo In tho habit of opprosslng tho pooplo In its neighborhood. Ono day when the ofllcor in chargo of tho station waa away at Klrln, a Boldlor named Sun Tlon-hslang wont to a shop and tvlod to buy somo drugs on crodlt. As, how over, ho owed monoy for previous purohasos, tho shopkoopor refused to lot him have any thing without puy mont. Ho thoroforo became very vlo lent, upon which tho shopkoopor wont to complain of him to Ch'ang-slian, who sent for him, reprimanded him and thou lot him go. Next day tho shopkeoper camo ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 November 1888

-1 V'JJImii,. !;, L.I'U.U.I-Vg ,.- I ilti-nfcrnrrfwgiTirwi ' y:iPifri,'fl!'we.'tTwwj,fvirJrJwni,rwrrwi Tirpn wphj ihi BiiMMmirMy iimwiit i mi1 twwwwwwMWiww"'W"'''WW stiwririwrmw.irTjttJiMrwjjiiw.ujmrji i i H t I f ; Pi Oun Any Party, Not Willing lo AIIoaV tho Liberty of Speech Last Long? ginco my last I'Dinimmii'-iitloti I liutl proinlHcd to write nnothiu to irjve tho Jtemlt. Tlio grout politi cal contest between tlio two imiiii'H was over at six in the uvciiini; of the sixth, anil, by ten o'clock the "boys with tho hat liunils" were out with their horns; little expect Injj, so soon, to come out at the "little end" of thorn. The peculiar tension made on the vocal organs, led mo at once, to know they were not prohibitionists ISIy mind win led to inquire, does your maternal relative" tfike cognizance of your nocternal absence from tho domi cile V llowover, after due delibera tion, I found them lo be only the Cincinnati Commercial man's "In fantry;" uoii yet old enough to pitch in to t...

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. — 1 December 1888

r?-f wi.fi"i, n i mi" ' in'."'! ', ' iiiitM'-;''"''iuu"i-,u-i.j-f.4;vJXii-"-'fu-jv.tfjjj.tjui. 5 LARGER CIRCULATION j I THAN A0 PAPER IN THE VALLEY, More News for Less Money.? All Kinds of,rt rvlutluuLnel J 1 1 JLL V 1 1 JL VJ JL JLL WL Vj V XV-1L A at LOWEST 1'Jt WHS. UIAAAAAA&AAAAAAAAA.kAAAAAAA VOL. III. NO. 2. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PEHYEAB. THE,PEOPLES, BANK OF LOGAN. Cnsh Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liubility of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Rocs a general banking business. Foreign Drafts und Steamship Tickets for salo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawrkncf. A. Cui.veii, President. OnonaE AV. Pui.r.KN, Vice l'rest. ItEUiir.N 1). GuiiVKlt, Cnshlor. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGA2T, OHIO. See Hours from 9 a. in. to 3 p. in, Paid in Cash Capital, $00,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E.Iiowcn, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives iposlts, discounts paper, and buys and sells kchungc. ST ANK I...

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. — 1 December 1888

n '" ' ." . tr f,Tfi ' l .-, 4 C '.r'ufiV ,- it. 1 v.r a fi v "Lfc-f K f".. kf.' ?. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Peanuts ore found to bo a very profit able crop In Western Kansas. A South Brooklyn batcher doos bus iness undor the naroo of Glblots. Senator Inoaixs will build next year a 20,000 rosidonce nt Atchison, Kas. The tnnnufacturo of papor bottlos Is to bo begun on a very oxtonslvo scale, Ann AnnoR, Mich., claims the honor ot originating tho "Ho's all right" yoll. Tim first cotton mill in Iowa bogan oper ations at Dos Moines, a few days ago. Tjik Emperor of Gormany sloops, as did his grandfather, on an Iron camp-bod. An elght-yonr-old lad was convlctod of 'jurglary in Jersey City tho othor day. Thieves stolo tho communion service from tho Old South Church, at Andovor, 2Iass. "! k . V JoSErn Chamiikrlain will soil his house in Birmingham and livo in Loudon horo aftor. AroLlCE judgo InUow York hns decided that boys undor sixteon can not black boots. A.New York...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 December 1888

ujm in vm-jimr ii'j'v fi;' iJ" ' ' i'i "'" .- , ,-, j". p--; - r ".fvr M'iT-i"'i'r' " 1 1 iT' '"-;. ?$, WIi)H'fctym.hK,Hrti iiwaairjiviT.fTjr4 yyifiiaiy,.gRtiut.tV''4- -,aggE"37r" --r-f j'trv1 yVt'1 "J. m r- yg.-p. .. T-- HK CLEVELAND'S RECORD. Ill lTnnin n a 1'ntrlnt Assured by nil Grout Turin" Mvssngo, As a rosult of tho recent oloctioa H Grovor Clovoland will roliro from American politics for tho tltno being; but, if ho should novor rcappoar, ho litis already mndo a plnoo for hlmeolf in American history alongside of tho towering figures of Washington, Lin coln and Grant. Washington will nl wuys bo tho fathor of his country; Lin coln's namo is indlssolubly associated with tho emancipation of tho slaves; Grant was tho groat Gonoral who aehiovod tho dofont of tho robollion and, as a loador, did moro than any othor to promote tho poaco and har mony of tho subsequent rounlon; Clovo Jand'a famo as a patriot was assurod by tho historic tariff message, which will always bo rogardod as th...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 December 1888

'-'-vS' V'' ' Jtv ' '" '"''"f ,ft -J'it-y. , ) J" R l' ,'t ,. L'Ji THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, 0. W, BKBHM, &.. H. Wilson, SATURDAY, DEC 1 Entered ut the. Post-office at Logan as Secondv,Uixs matter. Thai llluc-Iiiiln llumlr.i. Those credulous souls who think tho business affairs of the country go ono way or tho other according to the swing of tho political pendu lum, nml who voted for Harrison in order to keep tho blue-ruin from overwhelming everybody, And no comfort in the reports of the stock market. Business has not rallied. Prices have not advanced. Trade keeps on moderately active, as it was moderately active before the election. Gold is going out of the country Instead of breadstuffs. There has been no virtue In Re publican success and noadvantago in Democratic defeat to stir men to investment or speculation. On tho contrary, tho situation is one of hesitancy. There is a disposition to go a little slower because of the uncertainty as to the future. But when four years shall roll a...

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. — 1 December 1888

iiMWWEttJMlW. "7T i kiw. kp xrrh. V V-v-""' HMyZJT wtyilnf JiSiymji? AjSMyf jiUiiyfelriywwy. i 5f " Wfl frjy fcflh fctoff rr TfUMFrJfcTti 1 ytt' paper goes (o press ul 8 o'clock Friday evening. THE OHIO DEMOCRAT LO0AL NEWS, El). L. WIX.80X, Cltjf Editor. Will SllO? "Won't It be funny when women vote If tlioy nctna nllly im Ilia men? Tliobnrrels of flour thoy'll linvo to "toto," Tho wlienlbnrrowR they'll trundle then. "Will Kho pny her bllln llko a little mini, Orhcdgo with iv pretty plnlt-liueil nolo? Will It bo a entno ofcntcli-ns-rntcli-cnn When women voto? "Won't Itbo funny to hnvo It pnld Of some political sweet glrl-brldc: "SIio'h actnnlly gone and shaved her hend t Made a bet on tho loosing Bide. " "Will they bet their boots and thclrclicwlng Biim Andthopretty bonncU on which thoy doto? "Will wo think tho millennium has come When women voto? Tom nnd Jerry. Buchtel furnneo hus went Into blast. Holiday displays nro now In order. J- P. Wheeler was In town this week. Col.AVcldy wa...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 December 1888

f y-L ,.,y,?-v,;., w Ti wn rf iij 4riti . f l; t IU ; vr te C't , & MB?" ' Pr Piv fHEOHIODEMOtMT. LOGAN, omc YE LADS AND LASSES. Yo Inds nnd lassos, to tho fro 'Tis yours to load tho vim I right for tho rlpht With nil your might; Do nil tho good jou cnnl In every ciuiso that's cood nnd Just Do rondy to njipenr j I3 bravo and hold, And lot tho old Kail to the rear With spirit enter In tho strife, Nor shrlnlt from nny test: With purpose tru Your w.y pnrsuo, An! do oiir cry best. TTpon tho fntoful battle Hold Have courngo to nppenr; Tor honor strike, Nor corird lllie I"tU to tho rear Lend on I load on to -victory! March up tho heights of fiimol In e cry net Hoveil jour tact, Your cnrnosUicss proclnlin, Ho diligent utcrery task. Do honest and slnccro From day to U ly, Though others may 1'all to tho rc.ir. Old nge to youth resigns its svrortl, And bids it tnlco thu Held, To storm tho alls Till error falls, And foos nro forced to yield. So, lads and lasses to tho front, And bravely pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 1 December 1888

tr MTr fl BUSINESS METHODS. Tho Hoed nml Value or Thorn on tlio Farm iiihI In tlio Home. Probably no occupation In which men nro outraged Is ciirrlod out with so llttlo rognrd to business rules us that ot fnrmlnfr, and yot no occupation calls for a moro rigid ndhoronco to thoso principles which undorllo nil business transuctions. Tho farmor roqulros n mom diversified education u knowl edge of a proator variety of subjects than any of tho so-callod learned pro fessions. Tho man who knows only how to turn a good furrow, fit tho soil for tho seed, check tho growth of woods and promote tho growth of tho plant, has not mustered tho art of Buccossful farming, nor has tho man who knows only how to rear flno horsos, shoop, cattle, or fat swlno, or how to fortlllzo his fiolds to the host advuntago, ralso tho best oorn or potatoes, tho highest yield of oals and' bnrloy. Tho man to day who really makes n success as a farmor must combino nil thoso olo monts of knowledge and many moro. It used t...

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. — 1 December 1888

iK-tab- W Mf'T 1 'w y a J yJywijyi'Hf1!'1 lMfUU.Itl 1- lv I m It hi T I BE' !j 6. V U r. t 1 . " liL ft rftcf . . r HlfUUW HllJIirH Hi.lM'T'WF1,WMl RHIHirffflTT'fLI'MWwHiiJMW Tho Old Turlcoy-Hons mont. La- I mourn ns one whn struts nlopc, Somo tminyunl nil deseitcds My fontlioicdi'ponsolHlii the house, Jits bones mid fliblcU soiled. Ills fattening sides did III bolide- Ills neck mi priiuilly arching, The hatchet blight did on It Unlit, Anil sent his soul ii-inii rolling. Tils young ones denr bemoaned him hero With guileless hearts nnd tender; They did not know how soon they'd go ,Tp roust upon. the fonder. Oh I why wns 1 left heio to sigh Alone In this pold coop. I Mould not mind If I should Mini " M) self Mow ed Into soup. Ah woe Is me, nh, woo Is he, And children hotly frying; Mlno is tho loss nnd thclr's the snnce, I seiuco can Keep from crying. Good IIousukuiumnu. Does Tho I34osf; lie Can. A siirn on an onriin in n Wost- ,orn church roads : "PlOllbO clout tshoot tho organist; li...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 8 December 1888

I 0rwo tmvnnmi The Ohio Democrat ryrmt-m 1 THE OHIO DEMOCRAT I L ARRFR P.IRP.HL ATinN JOB OFFICEJ j THAN ANY PAPER IN THE YALLEY. j More News for Less Money. All Kinds of Job Printing Done ' at LO WEST Pit WES. VOL. III. NO. 2,. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. 4 " THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOO AH. Cash Capital, - 800,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general blinking business. Foreign Drafts and Bteamshlp Tickets for dale at low est rntcB. OFFICE, Room Xo. 5, Opora House. LAWJiRNOn A. Cur.VKii, President. QEonoK W. 1'uij.kn, Vlro rrcnt. Ukubrn D. Cui.veu, Cnslilcr. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. . dee Hours from 9 n. in. to 3 p, in, Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Bowen, Cashier. Poena general blinking business, receives posits, discounts paper, and buyo iiud sells Schangc. IJANIC In central room In the. Tames '.lack. ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notar...

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. — 8 December 1888

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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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