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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

m m&hMM'te&UI '4i,:,,mJ.. .m : .,.:-,m-M. m ,. -, 2H?wr &F rpt US'l'ffr !'!. , ,i . !t lift. ...... ..,., g r .. X J.. .- ....... .r..,. tiiifflMMKHIBIflMMMHHHHlRBMMiiMil 'i i mils J i TH& OHIO-DEMOCRAT. LOOiA-L HSPEIWS. Ed. L. Wilson City Editor, E 'Harvest. Tliia is the first hunibci' of Vol. o Will StrontK is nursing a soro eye. Sheriff Gnlliglior litis sold his pucer. Corning Is agitated on the gns question. Much of tho wheat has boon cut this week1. ' Miss Emma Downy visited in Lancaster last ,wcok. Tho ten corit show went to Straitsvlllo Friday. Tliad Floyd, of Salt.Creok, was In town last Tuesday. A, now gas company has been organized in Lancaster. Miss Nellie. Crook, of Lancas ter, is visiting in tho city. Roland Schwartz and wife wore in tho city Sunday. Dodo Whitcluirst, of Winchest er, was in tho city Thursday. Wool is worth from ilO to 33 cts per pound, owing to quality. Col. and. Mrs. Ronipol returned from Now York last Saturday. V. C. Lowery was in Athe...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

vnw i - -j (! LANCASTER. jrlcol Bkotoh of tho Pionoor skTown of tho, Hooking. vflntiirn of Mr. Oreon, tlio Mother nf MiiFlrt White Child i loncer Mull Our. Hen-iAn Olit.Kitiihlancil fourth of duly. jBtienoi'or Znno, iv., orlRlnat proprietor of ttnctuler, lnid out tho town In IRW, nnd Fold to first Iota then, tho price rnngcci irom iivu imVriollnn. Manv of tlio flnt settlors of Hcastcr worci skilled mcclmnjes, nncl they ot rWorlt nt once to erect cililn, rtcnoritUy Und- fir tho ncecsBiirv timber on the lots. Sofbncourago otiilnnitlon X.:ino Ravo lots to Iftrinnlca who would build houses upon them, Rt Bo to work nt their trades, About this time tho luwyern nncl doctors nnd Ponchors begun to nrrlvo, nnd tho mental nnd brnlillfo of tho now setlloinont was tieRitn. svi'jolm Wright, of tho l'rosbytorlim church, tiled In t,nncastcr In IfMI, nnd Itov. Arnt .firm nnd Itov, James Qulnn, of the Mothodist iurch, wcro early riders of tlio I'lilrtlcld clr iltr When Falrlleld County was orannlrcd ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

immttwmmmmmmmu,mL MMmmmi -wm mt "& "N.".' ' "V1 41 "- iln' ,iM.' 4 -".tij T , flP&fP"'' 'Wlf1:J!ST,'-':' - V PSW ! TffmmmmMmpmmm1 w.wiwj wror i "' f - ' l - r - - t - ntreatlB Information Concerning th Oemilne Hprtico Otim. A lump of clear, geiiuliiosprucogiim; f rtsh and fragrant from lU nntlvo fotost, u not to do tlcsplflou as a chowlng Blip stanoo, and if ovory body could get tlio real article, instead of clieoii, adulter nted stuff, tho army of chowers would bo vastly augmojitcd. The natural gum Ifl ald by pliyslclahs.to bo boiiolletal to tho -tuoili, nutl It Is certainly a groat Improvement on tobacco. Tho woods men bring out considerable quantities of gum, sometimes packed in protty minlathro barrels, which they whittle and carvo from blocks of white ptno or cedar during Idlo hours by tho camp Urn, as presents for their friends, but thord aro puoplo who make a business of gathering gum, and In certain sec tlons of tho spruce country it pays well. Most of tho spruce gum...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 25 June 1887

IE3IH &E iTjfarris c -WfW Trv' wV- V a - v - n rv - -. few ,-tftE-vsf(&jt.M , ..Atoft;rxrt.!'tt-se;w Tn.srwai fe?" tf TflE OHIO DEMOCRAT. IfW. BBEUlt, $jX -Wilson, , i- Proprietor, Editor. JAtfUltDAY, JUNE 25 - 1887, Entered at the Post-office at Logan ffurSccond-class twitter. a Jiuv- JAlwiWH llonriy for gntiii OV lino u minister wns iiruntiuut; st Sundny In a Dakota town Atrlitnli la lun-Iinr n linnm. n mnn til ,iho concroeratlon w'ho was sitting ftfear a window arose and said; "I KJIbog your pardon I'Jlder.biitJustono sutVword." "Go on. Deacon." "There "fsU-n n .,...,1 nr l.l. .. ,n,l ttlii f m'lnnk.iiR If thov inltrlit be cnnitalists. lufeoutsjlda hero looking at tlio church- Vtfvnw?! "Wlm.f.'a iIiiitV" "Hnimln ff fat-looking capitalists hanging POlt1 A.rni. 41, n fnlinn n,ll noHll IT 'jl f illlllt .vmnrnil o hnv itin Ints tlm church Json." "Is that so?" replied the f-ininlstnr. liporinninf? to trot oxcltcd L 1l,nnd stepping up on tlie altar rail to ' bco out; "you go ri...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

' X!fC4')rv,,'f v i . ,tes.- "v - The Ohio Democrat. i !'' ' n i M vol. II. no. fc. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 2. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. z K, KL 4 irf j - . t " i ' r . THE PEOPLES' BANK or LOOAH. Ciwli Capital, 900,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dooi n general Imnkliift liuntnou. Foreign Drafts and Btcamslilp Tickets for ualo at low est rules. OFFICE, Kooni Ko. G, Opera House. IjAWIikxce A. Cui.vkii, President. ClK0itciKW. Pijm.kn, Vies Frost. Ueuiikn D. Cui.VKit, Uasliler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 u. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walkev, PvenUlcnt. Chan. 12. Jloweiif Cash tor. Door a ecncnil tuinUliiR liuMucss, reretves !oi5lt.x, discounts paper, n nd buys niul sells Kxiliiinye. HANK In central room In the James .11 lock. . ATTORNEYS. a. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, iVolllson Building Logim, O. Collections of Claims, Notes nnd Accounts, Jlortcw, Lenses, Cont...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

ummmmM &m r-eti HT - wc-tji Ul spw l ".- o '' ' ' ' J i ' ' l- . ww sbkwwmwjN1 . tar aYMft:FXS?MMraftl't ' jivSprwf-s- CSS ,f mtofflMkSkattmsam &&&. iwrt.BV riui it Id 10 art. cuf nc SI fc THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. IfW. BBCHK, Proprlotori Editor. PS. .,.. L. .i wuaon, JATUllDAY. .1UNH 2 - 1887. iplAVifcra fl the Pout-office id Logan i Hccond-plttM waiter. JAlw.uys Heady for a Har feSi ' irnln. Jf'NVlillo ii minister was preaching last Sunday In a Dakota town :Jurtilp.tt tn luivlnc n. linnm. n 1)11111 111 , ... . .- , Who congregation Who was sitting Hjicar a window arose and satd; "I jfbogyour pardon Elder, but Justono ,word." "Go on, Deacon," "There offnro ueounlo of big, fill men, who 'HI look as .if Jthoy might be capitalists!, otttsjda here looking at the church- yard," "Whtit'a tliatV" "uotipio iff fat-looking capitalists hanging ovcr the fenco and acting 'sif they vanted to buy the lots the church jBon." "Is that so?" replied the t jnlnlstcr, beginning to g.et excited...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

-" v Y The Ohio Democrat T-OGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. BEcnr.TAitT Imsiah la n Jorsoy cnttlo fan clcr. Will Cauletok Is ongngod on a voluino of poems. Tiir session of tho Gormnii llolchstag tins closed. I.v tho Urnnd Canyon of Colorntlo snow Is still ton feet (loop. Comr. isn't settled yot. Speculators nro still stirring It up. Cotton blooms nro limiting their nppenr nnco in Wo9t Tennesseo. Hum manuscripts In tho librarian of 1'nrls nro to bo photographed. Hiawatha, Kan., has a young lady who watches over 1C,(X)0 silk worms. Kkclt, of motor famu, snys ho is getting tired. Bo aro tho stockholders. Tm: Chicago lawyers aro holding a coro ner's Inquest on tho Into wheat ileal, It Is said that thrco-fourth of tho woman In Now York city aro wngo earners. A iiui.lkt nlnied nt Miss Geary, of St. Louis, lodged In her newspaper bustle. Mil. Llss, of Cumru, l'a., sold sixteen dollars' worth of cherries on ono trco. Am, hopo of getting natural gas" in Cleveland, O., Is practically abandoned. Tm...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

f r V The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. INDEPENDENCE DAY, 1770. ninffout, plnd IipIU, your merry c'hlmo, ' I'roulnlm to every ttinrt ami ellmc, On tills bright Rlnilnomn July morn A uconlo rrco, n Nut Ion born, Chlmo tli rou bIi tho clly, vltlo ami town, llOKnrilloB of tbn tyrant's frown, Ulnif out o'er wood nnrt mountain1) wild, Tlio birth of freedom's bimutoous rhlld. Pond tiding o'or tho fonm-wblto tide Over tho rcstlcnfi wntoM Vide Whero erosled blllown mmo unit swoll Thy holy echoes, bllthosomo lull! Lllio tlmbrol Bound across thn son, 'Columbia's hymn of llborty Ilor psulm of Independence I"eal, cannons pcnl I tho clndrfiows forth, 1'roclulm It to tho frigid Norths llolch from your ovory Iron mouth ;'ho summons to tho sunny South, Oh I Hash thojilorlous nows abroad 1'rom warm Key Wcsttorold Capo Cod! Xot tho report of freedom's Run Ho heard at Rlorlous Lexington, And from tho Atlantlo's billowy bronst Sond tho Rlad tidings to tho West, Across tho prnirlo and tho brake, Trom Uoit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. O.W.BREnM. Proprietor, Editor. A. H. Wilson, - SATURDAY, JULY 2 - 1887. .Entered at the. Post-office alLoyan as Sccantl'VlctM matter. Democratic County Ticked Representative, C. II. BUKUUAUS. Shorlir, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. rrobuto Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. So far as hoard from eight coun ties havo instructed for A. Ch Tliur jnnn for Governor. Hocking, Lick ing, Athens, Ross, "Wuyuo, Frank lin, Ularko and jModina. it begins to looli as if ho may bo nominated acclamation. Ri:i'Iu:si:ntativi:s of .tho army of the Potomac now engaged in a general reunion at Saratoga. Jy Y. showed their good solid sense in tabling every resolution otiered In regard to captured battlo flags, Jit is a timely oxainnlo to tlioso whoso solo observablo patriotism consists in insulting tho President ot tlio united States. Waysi: county, Democrats, in Count...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

7 ,k K THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOCAL 1TE1-WS. Ed. L. "Wilson, Oity Editor. Wheat Is nbotit nil down. Pouches and apples In market. L. J. Burgess was In Lancaster Monday. Miss Slna Robinson spent Sim day In Nelsonvlllo. Miss Mattlo Mumford Is visit ing In Richmond, Ind. A new porter has been engaged at tho Ilcmpcl House. Tho thermometer registered 03 in tho shado Thursday. Miss Emma Denton is in Lan caster visiting relatives. Miss Cora Parker visited in Nelsonvlllo Monday last. do to McArthur July 0th and witness somo good racing. Judges Frlesncr and Bradbury wore In Athens last week. Miss Blanch Ambroso Is visit ing in Lancaster this week. M. B. Rober, of Charleston, W. Vn., was in Logan Sunday. Wash Wyman was at Lancas ter on Thursday and Friday. S. H. Bright and A. II. Wilson will orato at Goro tho 4th inst. TldoIIoustonnndTim Morari tyjvero in Nelsonvlllo.Sunday. Miss Nan Galligher Is visiting this week near tho Rock House. Tho Recorder has ono. of tho nicest oflices in tho Court Hous...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

INDEPENDENCE DAY. tOrlgliuil.l Venn furst I to dees Inml li if come, Mlt vomlcr vas I sttucken ilumli. l)cr Mreets, tier home uml ilor nloeples, Dcr cars, ilcr stonmpoats tinittlurponplcnl Und how tloso mmiy peoples Icof To (to ilot sumo I tnoocli would gecf. Von lnorgon, early, lifts o'clock, 1 vas nvnko mo mlt von shock, Dor cannons roar, dor Rims purst oitlt, Dor pistols pniiR, ilcr peoples slioult I I slioomp ilor bett, uml on iter Itoor, Unavoiider vuss iter tight is tor. lll I I Jls I : ,T l- IJIn frcntlnsk: bo to mo nay: Dot dls ns Independence Hay, Und vnss 1st dass? "Dor day," sett ho, 'Dot ve from Kngcland got free. Mora as clnliundrcd jears ago. Dot's Independence." Is dot sof Ho tolt mo, on dees dny, for true, I liny dings I likes could do. Donu to myself "Alia I" I say, "Dot bretty girl across do voy, Venn slio come ouit py do door, 1 ltees her vonce, und den somo moro." Veil, sho comes oult. Dcnn I rocs Meln arms npout her neck I drows; I kees her lonro und on, two, dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 2 July 1887

V . A REGAL PAGEANT. Quooh Vlotorla'a Jublloo Journey Through London. The Ifonto Thronged with Itnmtretla of Thouanml or Kntltunlnstlo Subjects ItiiprctKlvo Vernmimlc nt AVoit- mlnator Abbey In America. A aonnEol's nnMossmATiox. LONnOtf, Juno !S. Tho first Hay ot tho flfty Brijt year of tho reign ot Queen Victoria ovor Great llrltnln opened with porfoct etimmor weather In London. A lovelier day could not have been desired for tho celobratlon of Hor Majesty' Jubileo. Tho lino of tho procession from Buckingham Pnlnco to Westminster Ab bey was as follows: From tho palaco portals IIEIl MAJESTr QUEEN VICTORIA. i IFrom a Photo, by Watery, rhotORruphcr to the Queen, London. 1 along Constitution Hill, Plcadllly, Repent Btreot, Waterloo place, Pall Mall, Kast Cock spur street, Northumberland avenue, Thames erabanltmont, Ilrldgo street to Abbey. Tho lino of route was kopt by noarly 10,000 troops, representing all branches of tho sen lco; In addition COO boys from naval training chips wcro dra...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

iitfmnm " tf klmV V u w, .rnj, t -t it,oy-- fejviu The Ohio Democrat. VOL. II. NO. 8. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, JULY 9. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEU YEAR. . t P s 1 1 ? sr v H '1 THE PEOPLES' BANK OF MOAN, Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does a general banking business. Foreign Drafts nnd HtcuniHltlji Tickets for salo lit low cut rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opcrn House. IiAAVUHXCK A. (JllM'KIt, President. UloiiokJW. Pult.kk, VIch Prcst. Hnunnx 1). (Jur.vr.it, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFZOGAX, OHIO. Office Hours, from 9 n. in. to 3 p. m. Paid in Casli Capital, $50,000. Tohn Walker, President. Chan. Ji.ISowen, Cashier. Pom a general bunking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, mid buys mill sells. Exchange. BlockV BANK In 'central room In the .Tunics ATTORNEYS. (. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Dolllson Untitling Lognu, O. Collections ofClnlms, Notes mid Accounts, Mortgages, Lenses, Contriicts, Deeds, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

fl Y The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. : ! OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Who over bow a Btuttorlng woman! Tun Mrs. Logan fund has reached tG-1,000. Tin: Belling of hugo glass canes Is a new street Industry. Hits. Cleveland will be twenty-three years old July 21. It Is said of Cuba that every thing Is taxed thoro except tho air. Doon-KNou lantorns on which is tho num ber of your houso tiro now. Walter Murray Giuson Is tho namo of King Kalakaun's right hand man. Governor Torres, of Sonorn, offers $100 each for heads of Apacho Indians. St. Louis has now twenty-four condemn cd and accused murderers In her jail. Fivb thousand hogsheads of tobacco wero burned In a Loulsvlllu lire the other day. Missouri heads the list In tho condition of tho wheat crop, showing a full 100 per cent. It Is estimated that thcro aro Blxty thousand colored Knights of Labor In the South. A daughter of Senator Enstls, of Louisi ana, Is the best horseback rider In Wash ington. The Rochester Advertiser offers Henry George a farm,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

V The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. GOING HOME. Hu with comes to mo more and mora ; I'm going homo! For Just thin morning, through tho door, Tho nunllght pcoplng, soomod to imy! There's tlmo for work nnd tlmo tor piny," I'm going homo. .As soon as I cot well and strong I'm going homo. Tho lottors say: "vo'o watted long." And "mothor nskod for you to-day." She's gottlngfooulo, old and gray I'm going homo. Tho rcry words bring Mich rollof, I'm going homo. Ilenrts'-otiso, without a touch of grlof "Why, nothing under God's broad skies "Will seem to mo Ilka mothor's oyos, I'm going homo. I'll count tho momonts as thoy pass When going homo ; Xlke shadows flitting o'or tho grass My thoughts havo swiftly gono before To whoro thoy wait around tho door. I'm going homo. I'll lcavo behind tho city gloom In going homo, And find tho npplo troos In bloom. 1 soo thorn now, nil whlto nnd rod "With Bunshlno dreaming ovor head. I'm going homo, I long for woods nnd flolds again ; i m going nomo. This was...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

SI t PS iffiyr'STttfftts'nMWCBwwi THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. 0. W. BEEHM. Proprietor, A. H. Wilson, - Editor SATUitDAY, JULY 0 - 1SS7. Enteral at the Posl-oJJtce at Logan ax Secontl-rUm matter. Democratic County Ticket. Bcprosentatlvo, C. II. DUE1U1AUS. Shorlir, JOHN C1ALLAC1IIEB. Clerk of Court, 1). II. LAPl'AN. l'rolmto Judge, "W.T.ACKEIt. County Surveyor, JAMES "V. DA-VIS. Commissioner, J01INT. NUTTHB. . Ihllrniary Director ANDREW AVRIOTIT. Coroner, GEO. a. GAGE. Tin: Logan Democrat was one year old last Saturday. The in fant Is far enough advanced to worn pantaloons, Vilson is mak ing a good paper out of the Dem ocrat. AdclphlJiordcr Xcws. Tun Wctlnton Argus on the sec ond inst. issued a mid-summer holiday number, filled to ovcrllow ing with local and general news and choice miscellany. The A rgu.i is to be commended for its enter prise. Tun old practice of fomenting international war to weed out the surplus population has given place to the policy' of deportation. The latter is cheaper...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

w Y wmi'uiwpi m urm iMimiinwin imimmi I;. . I I-. .- K. XjOO.L USnErWS. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor. Put Sweeny was In Colunibim Monday. Now Lexington is to havo elec tric light. .Jacob Weaver was In Athens Wednesday. "Trunk Drown spent tho Fourth In Columbus. John Brannnn, wtis In Vinton over Sunday. Rcmpel has tho coldest soda water In town. Chris Nlll was in Columbus over, Sunday. Bert Martin passed through hero on Sunday. Nols. Armstrong, of Perry was" in town Saturday. Chas Keynes was in Columbud over tho Fourth. O. W. II. Wright spont Wed nesday in Athens. Ollio Hamor was In Wostcr villo over Sunday. Milt Martin, of Coonvillc, was in town Saturday. John F. White and lady visited Athens ovor Sunday. Miss Smith, of New Loxlngton was in Logan Saturday. Mrs. A. Magoon was visiting in Lancaster this week. Mrs. S. Sulzbachor was in Pom oroy Sunday and Monday. We are sorry to learn that tho Gore balloons were a failure. Charles Work attended the races at McArthur on tho 4th. Tony Koss...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

DOWN ON THE NEGRO. Wit; tlin Itupnhtlritii 1'iirtjr 1 Itimuliunm In DrMittiincInt; tlin Oiloroil llnrr, In a recent speech on woman's sulTiMgo Senator IiignlK of Kniisns, said: , "1 Imvo nit hesitancy In saying tlml granting the light of HiilTriigo to the colored pooplo hart proven nn nb solutu nml unquallllrd failure." Sen ulor Ingnlts Is n Republican, mid ono of tho acknowledged leaders of his party. It would bo fair to presume Unit ho speaks for a largo portion of Jils party on tho question of negro suflViigo. Hut wo nro not left to infer oueo or eonjooturo on this point. Prom other Republican leaders and from various Republican nowspapora liavo come expressions similar to thoso of Senator Ingalls in bis recent speech. It Is a common thing to bear Re publicans in Congress di'claro that tho nugro is a failure as a voter and Is unlit to exorcise the privilege of tho ballot. What Is the logical result of such reasoning? If Senator Ingalls and his brother Republicans bellovo that tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

"r '-vw;wgr. VWTg?- -i - Y pygw- , TALKING TO ONE'S SELF. A Most Kxcettent Wny of Comlnitlnjr Wcnlr. Uea, Kfrntlsm mid l'rldo. An eltturly minister, bolng twitted Upon tlio growliiK liablt of tulklng to himself, replied that It guvo him groat plcusuro so to do for two reasons first, beoanso It Is always agreeablo to talk to a sensible) man; and, second, It Is cqnnlly agreeablo to hoar a sonslblo man talk. Thero Is, In fact, n certain fascination in It. A recent writer upon tlio "Human Brain" asserts that this habit Is ono of the tokens of inclplont Insanity. It Is to bo hoped that it is not. For it prevails usually among childron and persons of advanced age, and though sometimes indicative of a certain montnl woakness, it need not on tht nocouut cecHsarily point to a loss of brain. It is doubtless often a moro habit, arising from Intense rullcctlon, among sobor-mlndcd people. It might prove highly profltablo indeed to many porsons if thoy would cultivato this raro exorcise. For the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 9 July 1887

4 u M Mjutmtmmimivm ! In Iniprnvcini nl nf tlw Nfuip. Tt h n inNfoitiiue for ny KiilV faco to have it iimm.l li mm i'liu iip.M titn.s Vti tire In nn iMSQinblngo of nmlclrni Im prove tho oniiortiiiiity to seo how many of thorn nro not pretty, but would bo if their ileitis wcro nicely fcmliiino. I wouldn't ilMivsa tho hump nosed by mentioning tho Bufojevt wcro It not thnt tho ilny.i of their iiccciMiry oppi-cfwtou uro numldwd, Dr. J. h nn eminent physician. I tleslro to innltu Hint point dear, bo ns to avoid tho misplclcn that I nm foisting a humbug or an ulvertl.se luenl upon my readers. Ho U president of tho lihjrli and professionally mighty academy of iiicillrino, which Is n. strictly orthodox and conventional Iwdy. At tho 1 wt meeting over which lio presided another uirf-luul iiiujwimip, Dr. B., ex hibited a saw with winch to linprovo liOhct. Dociois forfeit their profes-Joiwl fitnnding iind get turned out of their mctl Seal nssoclatloiu, you know, If they patent or keep secret an...

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