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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

W -C " w fiPV 1 m . local :sr:E3ws. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor, Melons on lco at Andy Holl.Tr. Tony Corrcll was lit Colunibus .Sunday. D. L. Davis, of Salt Crook was in town Monday. "Wob McClintockwas at Colum bus Thursday. Mrs. L. J. Burgess is visiting in Perry county. S. II. Bright has boon sick for n. few days past. Vic Touschpr,of Columbus,was in Logan Sunday. Loo Crcsap, of Nolsonvlllc, was in' Logan Sunday. B. W. Carlisle, of Misouri Val ley, Iowa, is In Logan. Roland Schwarz and wife was in the city Sunday. Zoko Voris has sold hla coal interest to.W. II. Turner. Jako Rccktenwnldt has pur chased the Mllncv property. Chris Nlll and Frank Lemon spent Sunday In Columbus. Miss Camp, of Nelsonville, Is visiting Miss Cora Parker. Mr. Flnley Comly was very sick a few days this week. Mr. II. Ogle, of Indiana, is vis iting relatives in this county. Ephriam Shuw, of Carbon Hill, was a Logan visitor on Monday. James Balgor, of Lancaster, made a visit to Logan last week. Will Larimer, st...

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

K.:3wMflftia il a p k i ; (ft 'lW?i s '& .OHIO REPUBLICANS. fftrnor Fomkor Ronomhmtod by Acclamation. it ln W. ti. Lyon for I.lenleimnt Oot ' etnnr nml Julie flpenr nml IUck L in mi fur iheHupreinn Court Tho l'livtform. . tub rnornmniNns. iToLimo, 0., July 33. Momorlnl Hnll was cited with a soothing mass of honied lm nitlltrwhcn Allnn IVInsnmile, chnlrtnnn N tho ltopubllcitn Btato Commltloo, called He convention to order yesterday. It was tut ifiO p. m. by tho city dock when tho Vol fell. Df. W. Wi Williams, of this Bltv. made n short. wolMlmcd nrnycr. then Mr. rlrlnsmatlosnldt t,ORNTLRMCX OP TIIH UONVKNTION ThO oprcsentntlvos of tho Kcpubllcnn party of Ohio lmvo again asscmblodto plnco a ticket in nomination, to bo elected In Novcmbor, Ho congratulated tho party on tho victory cf last November; ho apoko of thoharmony of tho party and congratulated them upon this and' tho administration of Uovornor ttarakor". LThls was received with cheers, OAVns tho nnnio of Bhormnn. But thoro ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

!l..lki .jWfeifcdJ-A-.llft.- fcW " . .V . MhW... hS m , -.. ' '."' ifJ.fr- oafiS'. -. swfiMry a--. f ft"rs? vja - :-w8mBrPH yr A THE EWING FAMILY. Eon. Thos. Swing, tho Lawyor and Statesman. till Fnbllo Cnrrtr nnd I'rofemlonnl ami rrlvnte Ufa. Kwttimy Intention to doroto this letter to tho members of tho Kwlnn; family who linvo lc como prominent, tiut before commencing tho history of Thomas EwIiir a sketch of his father-in-law, Huijli Uoylo, who wus ono of tho first settlers of Lancaster, will not bo nmlss. It was through Doyle, who wcil a Gillespie, thnt tho relationship botween tho Kwlngs nnil Dlalnos was ostabllshod, Hugh lloylc, a natlvo of County DoncRal, Ire land, emigrated In his early manhood, In tho your 1701, to tho United States, landing at tho port of Philadelphia. Ho removed successively to Baltimore, Martlnsburg and lirowasvlllo. Pa, Ho was cmployod for tho most pnrt In merchan dising nnd trafflo, In association with a young relative, under tho firm namo of John & ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 6 August 1887

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

i-jmiswz. wl -ji j "V" '1! The Ohio Democrat.. r 'II' VOIi.. II. NO. 8. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. N ' Yf l i ;ti THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOOAN. t'nsh Capital, a $0O,MO.O. j Deposits secured by Individual 1 Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs n eonornl blinking business. Foreign Drafts nnd Btuumslilp TlckctD for nolo at low (st ratCK. OFFICE, Room No. G, Opera Honse. Eawiienck A. Culver, President. UEonaKjW. PuUiES, Vica Prost. Rkuhf.n D. Oui.vf.h, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. Office Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000, '' rJohn Vallter, President, Cias. E. Jiowen, Caslilet: TJopsa Koni'iul liunklnii business, recclvoR deposits, discounts paper, mid foil s mid Hells Exchange lilSfT BANK In ccntrnl room In the Jnmes ATTORNEYS, a. W. BR EM. RUorney-at-Law and Notary Public, Molllsou Hiiilding Logan, O. Cnlli'i'tlmm nf Claims. Notes and Accounts. rMortgnires, Lenses, Contract,' Deed, Wills, jlcciiiuur'H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

A ' li 3 m Tn .. , -"r vr ' "jnu 'Bi, UF !. 1 tK vc P CD ?.? o bk $s w tf K CD ,j?.s. CD B all best tiarrow IBM best corn shelter 2wl best liorno.rwKo . 07 best liny clovnlor 2ft8 best grain cmdlo .. 2C9 liest ox .volte 270 beit wnenn Jacu 271 Jicst potato digger 272 licit field roller 273 best HtilKy TOKO 271 but involving rnKo Ifm liest renper . 27(1 best coin'd, reaper nml mow cr.seir-raKer 277 best mower 278 best si'tf-bliulliiff harvester . ... 27!) best port nblo engine (farm). . . 2K0 best wind engine 231 belt funning mill BB best pul veil-lug hnrrov 2S.1 best tin n Micllcr 2SI best washing mnelilno . 2S5 bcstnrunimntnl renru 'in liest farm gnto .. .. 2.17 bestBtignreano crusher . 288 bestsornhum ovnporator 2S) best grain drill, now . 200 best lionltii, tnblo . .. ..... . 281 best liny nnd strnw cutter, tested jr.: nesi Hivcrsiiiiic orsirnw cimcr in best clover hulling machine 2)1 best tliresblngmiielilne 2H best eliiirn . . . 2!X) bct butter nnrrcer i..t nm 217 best elnirn p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

Y The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Kalakaua Is pronounced Call-n-cow-n. Tnn Joraoy Lily docs not woar a jorsoy. Ubxkhal llduLANoEii's dnuehtor Is about to become a nun! Mount VriiNON, on Hid 1'otdtnac, Is to havo n door park. Mu. McOahiulb waahod In Chicago but Wipod In Canada. DlSTniBUTlNO hand bills is heroatter a jail offense In Washington. A six-foot nine husband nnd a four-foot wlfo amuse Upper Neck, N. J. A cold piece of Tlborlus Caesar has bion found at Canterbury, Eng. New Om.nANs Is considered th bost melon tnnrkot In the United Btutcs Pahis will soon behold tho Will Wost show and our immortal Buffalo Bill. A iiecext Government snlo of smuggled opium In Son Francisco brought $4fl,!X. Huhskixaor has no chlldron. Ills only heir Is a nephew well advnncod in years. Tub Irish flax trndo is Bald to bo In a more favorable condition than slnco 1831. Tnc lata John Taylor, tho Mormon pres ident, loft eight wives and many children. A Paiusiax gonlus has Invented an "o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

3E V -Ja- The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. 5 OHIO. POOR IJApfc T5 Who 1ftV0 all diiy with rnnin nnd might And comes homo weary, worn nnd white, To wnlk n equalling bnUo'ttlt hlghtf ' . ( ' Poor Papa. Who hnr. to hear a tired wlfo Recount tho petty woes nnd strife That constitute n woman's ltfo? , Poor Papa. Who hm. to go without now clothes To keep his tots In shoes and hose And dross his daughters having beaux t Poor Papa. Who's tortured by th-5 endless nolso Of half u dozen romping boys That all his poaco ut homo destroys? Pool Papa. Who's told tho coal and flour are out; Who wishes ho was, too, no doubt. And, when ho tries, Is put to routt ' Poor Pnpa. Who gronns when bills come In to pay For somo thing needed ovory day j Who can not lay a cent away? i F ) n fool to v 'ooi'.Papa. Who thlnlts ho was n fool to wed,"' i And who, If his dear wlfo was d6ad? ,', ia Vrould get another quick Instead? Poor Papa. i Who, If ho hadn't married, would Uo minus homo and health so good And end his days ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

V f O? iiV hkmiKXfryrvrvMfm nur&mmvmKr Titjp' ffwmmMnt THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, O.W.DUEHM. rtcptletor, A.H.Wilson, - - - Editor. SATURDAY, AUG 13 - 18S7. JJntcrcd at the Post-office alLoyan tx Second-class matter. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS li. POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, Di:WlTT C. COOLMAN. Supremo .Tudgo (Loup Term), L. .01tlTCHKIKL13. Supremo Judge (Short Term), VJliaiL P. 1CLTXE. Auditor of State, E3IIL KTHSEWETTER. Treasurer of State, GEOKOi: W. 1IA11PER. Attorney General. AV. H. LEDH. Member or Board or Public Works. PETER MURPHY. Democratic Count Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. S1IULTZ. Ropiosonlutive, C. II. RUER1IAUS. Sherill', .'JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk or Court, . D. H. LAPP AN. Probate Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. Tjijuii: is again rumors of war among the various European pow ers. Tin: majority against Prohibi tion at the leccnt election in Texas ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

,vx..;tjsM.av5gCTnr5T)ii se. W3EC3 11 Wl 161 t . ," l I . If l - f It I gaew gjji iw jy ff.'y.w waBsawMWua Eirjrtrarwwuww w XjOOJLHIj IDTIErWS. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor. Order your muloiis ut Andy 3 loll Jr. on ice. J. R. Cnlvort 'was in town Mon day. Ohltllcothohcld their fair this week. "Will Brook, of Dolawnre, Is nt home. Frank Brown was In Athens Monday. Tid Houston Is In Clillllcotho this week. Tlio farmers nro bringing In their melons. Excursions every night to camp meeting. ', Logan is going to try for an other gas well. - This is a good time to work your road tax. Will Frnsdi had his finger broken last week. Some few of our citizens are suffering with ague. Notice tho new advertisement of A. Michie & Co. Sells will not get tho market lot for advertising. Miss Jennie Sanderson Is visit ing in Lancaster. Tho murcury don't soar so high as heretofore. Miss Theresa Till is visiting at Now Philadelphia, O. Chas. Hansen is at homo on a vacation from college. About thirty-flv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

y THE EWINGS. Distinguished Mombora of tho Family Living1 and Doad. Tim I'nrts Tiilccn In thn r.nlo Wnr lijr Urn ernls Tinnitus, Clmrle mid Hugh Knlng, Qonoml W. T. Sherman's cstlmulo of Thomas Kjvlng seems to mo to tic a Just one General Mhcriimn says Hint his personal recollections o( Thomas lining dnto bach to n veryenrly period. On Mi wriiy to West l'olnt In 1K10 lie stopped in Washington to aeo tliu Senator. "I found lilm," wrlun (lonurul Sherman, "hoarding with Mn. IIIII, who h id n son tit Weil l'olnt. The mess of which Mr. lining wus a member, consisted of somo of tho most urllll.int men of tho day. Ono day, In wnlklng nlong l'ennsylvimla mcmie, wo overlook Hon. Samuel I,. Southard, to whom ho Introduced inn ns hli joutig word. Mr, Southard nnld: 'Young man, I eim only xny lo you, n 1 usedtomyto others when I wus Socret'iryof the Navy, bo Industrious mid obedient mid you luwn nothing to fear.'" Gendral Sherman was In correspondence with Mr. lowing throughout tho civil wur. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 13 August 1887

"eser'erx "j"Br."Hg1 Ivl hi hi i UM m 11 I a FARM' AND FIRESIDE. , 7C16anllhos anil odfef arc iitnong tnerllral ahd-bcst'inothcHLi of hajipl'ness ig avcry'.housoltol.d. , ' Steamed lllca: Ono cup of rlco, ona teaspoon of snlt, throo cups of boll Ing water; steam olio hour; add ono cUpof sweet milk, cook, twenty m(nutos longor, whon It Is ro'ady to servo wltli cronm and .sugar. Boston Budget. Copperas Is.a'Aplondld modlclno to kcpp4on,hand,fqr poultry. When thoy naVoiUo roup, wasli their heads with a solution of it, and put some of t ho solu tion In tho drinking witter1 as a tonic. It provides thorn with soluto Iron, which Is necessary. Stowed Potatoes: Tako cold boiled potatdes and cut them lip qutto small; put them Into tho pan! add' sonto milk, salt and popper to taste; dredge them with (flour, and, boll slowly' liintll tho miilc becomes thick. Thcii put in con- .slderablo butter and soryo, ihot.-Chri.i-tianal Work. Dumplings: One egg;, well boaton, one ctlpftil buttermilk;' one s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

1 -'cyy U.l'dcttrt-J 1' C The Ohio Democrat. yol. ii. no. a LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, AUGUST 20. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEll YEAR. fc W A - "1 . !." h THE PEOPLES' BANK Or LOGAN. Cash Cnpllnl, $50000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dos n general hanking IhibIiicps. Foreign DrnrtH nnd Btcumslilp TlclcclH for salo ut low cnt rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. Lawjiencf. a. Culver, President. OKonoKjW. 1'um.kn, Vlco I'rCBt. ItKUnKN 1). Cui.vkk, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. ' Slco Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Cash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. IS. Bowen, Cashier. Poena ecncrnl blinking business, receives lf poKlt, discounts paper, ntiil buys nnd bcIIh Exchange. BANK In contrnl room In tlio Jnmcs 11 (oak. ATTORNEYS. Gl. W. BR EM. Attoraey-at-Law and Notary Public, Dollison Building Logan, O. Collections of ainlms, Notes nnd Accounts, Mmtgiiges, Lenses, Contracts, Deeds, Wills, Mocliunlc'R Liens, Ac, dra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

a v The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. ! OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. IiONDOK had n million dollar flro tho oth er day. A steam freight wagon 13 a success In San Diego, Cal. Baltimoiig Is agitating whipping-posts for wife-beaters. Bostox pollco claim to hnvo routed ovory opium joint In that city. Bimok Camriuw, the votcron Senator, Is being lionized In Iondon. Corrr.n ice cream Is a novelty; brown bread Ico crenm Is another. Tiif.he aro twenty murdorors In tho Now York Tomb awaiting trial. A Hr.w YoiiK miss toadies tho art of wnlklng, for ?1, nt Ocean Grove. Potatoes aro baked In the ground at Al bion, Mich., so Intense U tho heat. Junar. Gaslin, of Lincoln, Neb., has pro aided nvor thirty-three murder trials. Test examinations show that 3,000 out of tho "0,000 Alabama engineers aro color blind. A FAiumE to vaeclnato Is punished nt Fhocntx, Ariz., by 300 line or six months in jail. Martin DEXiiniMF.it, of Hillsdale, N. Y., has a pig two years old that weighs 000 pounds. Tun Kansas corn crop will no...

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. — 20 August 1887

H a MARIETTA. Tho First Sottlomont In tho North wost Torrltory, Tho Occasion of tho Crntnnnlnt Olehrnllon Neit Spring Knrljr IIMtnrjr of Mnrlettn The Flnnrcra nnil Their 1.11c Tho lllrn-tirrhnm-cttii nnil Tlulr llrntltlfiit Inland Jlomc, unit Their Subsequent Woful Jtfute. Tho occasion for tho (treat Ccntcnnlnl Expo sitions, ami for tho Important historical relcbrn tlon nt Mnrlottn next yoar nro very clearly nntl conveniently not fortli In n llttlo book recently published called "Soujonlr of Marietta." Tho nuthor of tho souvenir Is Mrs. L. A. Alderman, a resident of tho pioneer city. Tho opportunities for studying tho cnrly his tory of Ohio nro better nt Mnrlcttti thon else whoro, nnd tho writer of this book 1ms availed herself of tho abundant material nt her com mand. Tho archives of Marlottn College nro rich In historical matter, nnd n great many original doc uments of commanding historical value can bo j found on nio In them. On tho 7th day of April, 1SSS, n century will haio ela...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

' NM w E - THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q. W. BBEHM, Proprietor) Editor. A. H. -Wilson, SATURDAY, AUG 13 - 1887. Entered at the J'ost-offlce at Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS 12. POWELL. Jjloutcnnnt Governor, DuWITT C. COOLMAN. Supreme Judgo (Long Term), L. It. ClttTCIIFIELD. Supromo Judgo (Sliort Torm), VIIIGIL P. KLINE. Auditor of Sttito, EMIL KIESEWETTER. Treasurer of State, GEOllGE W. HARPER. Attorney General. W. H. LEEB. Momber of Board of Public "Works, PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SIIULTZ. Representative, C. II. RUERHAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. " Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. Probato Judge, "W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES V. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOHN T. NUTTER. Inflrmnry Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. QAGE. Is tho Democracy of the County to bo organized this year or not? What lias become of Forakcr's leather cane, presented to him by the immaculate Nye. Pittsburg was visited by a $1,000,00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

- " r r R .' XjOOA.Ij ietiews Ed. L. Wilaon, City Editor. .Now Bupply of nlco fresh water melons on Ico at Andy Holl Jr. Chas McLnln was In Wcllstoti Sunday. Leo Hohmau, was In Colum bus Sunday. Dan Sweeney 1b porter at tho Ilcmpnl House. Miss Jonnlo Dollison Is In Now Pylinouth to-day, Mrs. 0. M. Gould and daughter is visiting In Lancaster, Miss Delia Plunk was visiting in Columbus last weok. There was a heavy rain and thunder storm hero yesterday. Miss D. Mathows lias opened a millinery storo In "Winchester. George Baker, of Columbus was in the city Tuesday evening. Miss Cora Dunsmore Is visit ing hor sister Mrs. F. F. Rempel Jr. Tho Missos Maynards return ed to their homo on Tuesday last. Tony Barlycorn, of McArthur, mado this office a call on Monday. Mr. Sinson Steel, of Perry Tp., was in Lqgan on business yestor day. A few people attended the Camp Meeting from this place Sun day. Mrs. "Will Hanson, of Nelson -Vllle, was visiting in tho city t'nis week. Frank Martin went to Now ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

TT iMiiirMirri 1 1 n i n i 'fi"i f V The Ohio Democrat LOGAN. OHIO. ONLY A MATTER OF TIME. Tiist nco tho young gamin parading tho street, The picture of henlth ami with bare, ruddy feet! Till tho small, boyish form Hint Is now Illy clnd. As n man Is adorned mid eclipses his dad, His only n matter n( time. Now ma-Utho young pair ns tlioy swing on tho Kuto, Tholr hearts being bound In tho tnnglo of fates; Till tho day of their union and, nh, iilnsl then Till u bill of divorce shall divide thorn again, It Is only a matter of time. There's tho mcck-f.iccd catblcr whoso accounts uro qtllto mixed, Who trusts, for tho present, tho books nro so llxcd As to hldq frntri directors Just linn-tiff tin stand! Tfll that mall's n dueller In Oundii's laud, tl U only n matter of tlmo. O, Ionic nl that botlo of tho seaside, whose net Torn wealthy young beau Is so skillfully sets lire tho ring's on her llngcrtlinseal of lior wish, And tl;u papers declare who has landed her fish, It Is only n matter of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

WASTED FERTILITY. A trnhlim That Ta AMnmlne MM Keitttntle Anpact Umy bj Iy. Thnttho enormous crops taken from tho land every year rob the noil ofln dispensable olomoiiU, every body li supposed to know; that stortlltty will follow If theso elements arc not restored every body ought to know. Thoy nbotind In all vegotablo mutter in offal find excrements, In tho nlglitsoll nnd other nintcrlnls that constitute tho Bowenigo of cities. If these nro saved and applied, tho earth wilt yield fruits with constantly increasing abundance; but if, as at prcsont, tho larger share of these Indispensablo elcmonts How iti sowers to tho sea, or aro wasted In other ways, can their place bo supplied from any other source? Cities aro rapidly multiplying and enlarging) their drafts on tho soil arolmmcnso and increasing; If thoy persist In poisoning tho fish instead of feeding tho land they will Inovitably bo rodueed to short ra tions. Dr. J. B. Lawes, acknowledged authority in scientific nnd practical agri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 20 August 1887

n 'T' Kmmf-- ' Twn,- j ?- ff, j' JII'HWIWII'MWTMUWWJIMM V MilUIIlT fMl'J'l'''''"IJW 'WBI-KmWfl Some ThlugH From Oooiho. Work mtikoa the workman. Only a inuslcr cnu further tut. There is no wisdom suvo In truth. Orlglnnllty uliullengos originality. Tim smallest hiilrctist Us shallow. Wvcry ono must think In his own wny. Every body can delect an error, hut not iv Ho. Wo only acknowledge him who Is of no use to us. Wc do not possess what wo do not understand. Mniinorlsm is produce by miss ing the Ideal. Theronro two peaceful powers: Justice and fitness. Blowing Is not playing the flute; you must uso your lingers. Wo aro only really alive when wo enjoy the goodwill of each other. A irrent mistake: To hold oneself too high and oneself too cheap. The best result to bo derived from history Is the enthusiasm It kindles. Unlimited activity of whatever kind must at last end in , bankrup tcy. If a man will perform all that neonlo remit ro of him, ho must overrate himself. Omaha Girl! Horrors! ...

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