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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

y. u -K V m UW ' - XiOor. 2sr:Erw3. Ed. L. "Wilson, City Editor Chas. Keynes was la Columdus over Sunday. A. H. Wilson was in Columbus "Wednesday. Geo. 6. Gage was In Athena on "Wednesday. ' Mr. 8ewell Bennett, was In Logan Tuesday. Ah Lpe, has closed his laundry on account of sickness. Mrs. Bennett spent a portion of last week in Columbus. Miss. Fanny Montgomery spent last week visiting in Portsmouth. Our band did credit to them selves nt Lancaster on Thursday. Judge John 8. Frlenner and daughtorKato werti, ,in Lancaster Sunday. ' ' Tho races at the Fair wore first class, and every body was pleased. Jo Patterson, who has been em ployed by the K.&OR. Rt is at home this week. Tony Kessler and Harv Nixon, of New Lexington were in Logan Saturday and Sunday A new floor and some other re pairs is being made in the County Treasurer's Office. About two hundred and fifty persons went to Lancaster from this place Friday. -D. Lewis sold a Haydock Buggy at the Fair, and will sell an other ...

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. — 15 October 1887

sy-lffg &tojmgttm rez -" trfAH, MS a.-'tnf - "Hi y "HHT'iiam j-y-frfraa r r w The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. OUR BENEDICTION. "Gofl Mos you, ooir!" Wo salil It when slio rnmo To awolt with us, n llttlo frifflto thin?; And ilny by diy n fc ntc'icil her, fo irtriR lest Tlionow ImprUonoit spirit might tnko wing. "doablc'tyou, ilonrl" Wo snld It when nlio niopt, Ami vhon-lia woltc, or smllod, or walled, or ftlqhcrt) And whon wo phnned hor future, then wo priycd No re il good ur Giln might bo donlod. "Coillle--.you, du.iri" Wo Slid It whoii sho illed, , t . And when sho linoll'to Biy her simple (irayor, And hen wo hild lit r tn her licit nt night, And v lion v,u called herm tho mornlni; fnlr. "Rod Ideas you, dear 1" We said It when sho wont, Ilnpjiy and proud, In school to tilto hor plieo; And wlion nho r in to Join her comrades' play. And when uukl'sodhor dimpled, llowor-lllio face, "aodhloWyonrdmirr Wo slid It whon sho stood, (VVJtli ifchool-iHvs nil behind. In girlish grace, To l...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

1; - 4 H VALUABLE SHELL8. Bow Mnther-nM'e.n.rl l Obtnlneit In Varloua Parti of the Cllobo. A cargo of nliotit thirty-six tho'isftntl pounds of pearl from the Philippine Islands arrived In this city recently, and It will no doubt soon bo convortcd Into nrtlstto shapes for tho adornmout of fashionablo mansions. Ono of tho latest affectations of tho woalthy is tho tddtMon to their household gods of artistically executed sea and landscapo paintings In 611 upon mothor-of-ponrl shells. It Ig doubtful whother ono of tho hundreds who purchase them, or Qvo out of tho thousands who admlro ihem Irt show windows on Brand way or olsowhero, have tho remotest idea that nature formed theso shells for nuy other purposo thau to bo used In this stylo of adornment. A largo importer of shells and a manufacturer of poarl goods, in con versation with a rdportoi', expressed astonishment nt tho profound ignor nnco of so ninny persons in regard to tho different localities from which pearl shells come, and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 15 October 1887

tm' r., ? et!,vvrrgr'Ti;rfipr v-.-jv -fr-r-npr-vgimjfyvf rjf!SrV J"T'S$' ' I !. -d'f?t- f ' ;JI -v rtrnr. nmr;amj,.fcrTWJTMwnwi Women Who Gamble. There are two ctpiino? nt Aix-les-Bntus, rind conftwittontly two Kntn ling saloons nml two Hots of llttlo horses. The inoro "serious" of the two cushion, tho Ccrclo d'Alx.k'S Biiinw, Juts replaced tho former In ferior sulledejeti with n now nnd mimphimia apartment, which fair ly rivals tlml of the Riiy resort of the plnco, pooticnlly nnd slgnlfl cnntly duiiomtnntod tho Villa des Fleurs. The Villa des Flours Is "fast" and though Indie often wan der in there out of curiosity, It is scarcely tho plnco to which any self-rosueotlnn young ymmn of to day would take her pvn mother As often happens tho surround ings nre protjtijeriuid moro fascinat ing thun those of the Cercle. Only jnan Is vile, Tho two Casino" though taking in about 700,000 francs upeco each season, are not .supposed to mnkoniuch money and ,do not declaro dividends. They nre phil...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22. 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PER YEAK. VOL. II. NO. 18. r ,v u.. 4 THE PEOPLES' BANK or L0OAH. Cah Capital, - o,w)b.oo; DepoBlts secured by Individual Liability of over Feu Hudred Thousand Dollars, Don a ceneral banking business. Forelcn Draft and Bteamsnlp Tickets for sale at low est rates. OFFICE. IUkjm Ho. 6, Opera Home. XjaWRBKOE A. Ooi,Vb, President. OboiwbjW. Vvjaxx, Vice Prcit. Heodn D. CUTA'KB, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OFLOGAX, OHIO. See Hours from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. Jhn WlkrPre$tdent. Cha, E. Bowen, Cashier. Does a general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells ktxehange. BANK In central room In the James Blocl ATTORNEYS. . W. BREHM. XttonuHt-Uw and Rotary Public, Dolllsq Building Logan, O. Cejloctlons of Claims, Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Deeds. Wills. Mechanic's Liens, Ac, drawn and uckiinvvl- AmZ Partition nt IjltldH. IMWCf. KoreClOS iltre of M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

A 'V :s " pl. The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. : ohio. CURRENT TOPICS. A KXOWIM.E nogro doctor lias Inherited G0,00U. lNtoMnusTinui laco is a now thing from Franco. E.'8nfATon Donsr.T was never shaved in his llfo. Qilp.nN Victokia's court physician gets t2."),000 n year. Tin: shipments of celery from Kalama zoo average fifty tons dally. One fnctory In Newark, N. J., turns out 1BO,000 corliscrows In a year. Tun linngmnn at Fort Smith lias put ninety-four munlorors to death, Br the last of October 2,000 men will bo at work In tho Brooklyn navy-yard. Quki'.n Kai-iolani has bestowed upon several Boston ofllcinls the Order of Knpl olanl. Tnn vory largo yield of nuts this year prcssages a cold winter. So say tho prophets. Page's jump of six feet four Inches over a bar thus beating tho record Is a re marlcablo feat. Bkiimx is tho only largo German city that 1 of uses to veloclpedlsts tho freedom of the streets. A Fuotuiu millionaire offers to givo 100, 000 acres of plno lands In Georgia to evict ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. PRACTICAL COURTSHIP. You sny you lovo tnc. Mry-bo so t would not doubt your word) But others before now, you Imow, Havo such sweet lovo vows hoard Who nro not loved, now, ns wlvos would 13o loved by thmo they wort. You sny you lovo mo. Very good Hut will you Hko my bread t You sny you lovo mo. You must Itnow Your words rtro sweot to hear; Like tender music, soft and lov, Thoy chnrm my willing ear. But It you would win nil my heart, Possess my very soul Promlso to do n husband's part Bwcar you'll bring up tho coal 1 You say you lovo mo.. And you aslc If I could lnvo you too, I own 'twill bu nn easy taslc If only you are true. This, this alono I stipulate, 'TIs all my heart's deslrot That I may sleep till half-past eight, And you shall build tho fire. SimunllU Journal, HUGH'S PROMISE. How a Groat Saorifloo Brought Groat Howard. "Mother, can I Iiavo that old cago up garret?" asked Hugh Elliott, enter ing tho Kitchen whoro his mother was at work, a small,...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

- ' r - ""? i ftlf -'.' " " 'M-"' -" ' 'flfflV-Vpav" "1.V v jj' iasvj "V i' i 1 '.. v 3K ft THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, fl.W.BBEHl-. P;ojtUtJli A. H. "Wilson, - - - Editor, J9ATU3PAY, OUT. 1887 '' Enttrjtdat the Post-office at Lbgat t-'-ps .$ec.ond'plQti matter. Democratic State Ticfect. For Governor, THOMA8 & POWELL. Lieutenant Governor, PEyiTT C. COOLMAN. Supreme Judg (Long: Term), L, It. ORITOHFIELD. Supremo Judge (Short Term), VIRGIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL KIESKWKTTER, Treasurer pf State, GEOKUE W. HARPER, Attornoy General. W. H. LEETE. bomber of Board of Public Works, PETER MURPHY. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SHULTZ. Represent:! tive, C H. BUERHAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. Clerk of Court, D. II. LAPPAN. Probate Judge, W.T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner. JOHNT. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G. GAGE. The campaign is now opened and you will see hot work from now until the election. What has become of Fora...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

i, v ? IjOO-A.Ij ITHWS. Ed. L. Wilson, City Editor Winter winds. Lancaster fair is falling off in its display. Will Keynes spent Monday in PU Pleasant. Frank Martin was in Mc Arthur Sunday. Emmltt Krelder Is teaching school In Marlon Tp. Miss Ella Boyd, of Baltimore, is in Logan, for a short visit. The lust fair In tho State was held this week in Somerset. Mr. Lewis Wagner of South Perry, was In Logan Friday. Mrs. Ambrose and Mrs. Ellott were in Lancaster on Monday. Mr, Luther Bort visited his son Will, Tuesday NeUonvllle Meg. Sheriff Gallagher and Jade Floyd attended the Somerset fair. Miss Anna Wright, daughter of O. W. H. Wright, is seriously 111. Will Rauch an employee of tho K. & 0. railroad was at home this week. Mrs. Horn states that the re port is untrue which stated that she gave her daughter morphine. Stetson's Uncle Tom's Cabin drew a fair crowd at the Opera House on Thursday evening. Bert Martin has fitted up a blacksmith shop in the building formerly occupied by Beb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

;V-JB tj ;,r" , srw ;"spHr- f?," I1 h i: i A t t - f ;: , THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY, Jnlin CI. Carlisle Toll Wlint Dnmixrncy 3Iiik Jiwin I'or llio Country nml Wlijr It Hhmilil Ho Ciinthnii'il In I'livtror An Aliln Dm-mm-nt llunnl Uom lllntnry nint Turin Within thu UcvnUuctlim ill' livury Intol JlKiMit Itendur. lion. Joint G. Carlisle, Speaker of tlio Homo of Kcpresonlatlvos for two terms, contributes nn nblo urtlolo on thu "Contiimnnco of Democratic Uulo" to u roeunt issue of tlio Forlim, from which wo intoto ns follows: In undertnliliiK to stnto somo of tlio reasons why tho Democratic party should 1m continued In power, It W nccemary. In tlio lliat instance, lo anil ntlontlon to tho tllltcranca of opinion be tween tho two existing vmrtlos concornlinj tho nntura nml extent of tho l-'edoral power under tho constitution, because it Is innnlfcit that their mlmlnlstrntlon of public atf.Urs must bo Itrontly iulluonccd by tholr rosiioctlvo views upon this fundamental question, This differ onco...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

r v V) 'KERCHIEFS FOR ALL. " Oharmlnv doori Which Are Off-rod At It I markably Low Price. , Handkerchief now olntm great nt tentIon from fashionablo drcs-crs. Thora novcr wns a tlmo wlion mnnu facturcra produced such lie itlful goods in thh lino as at tho presont, nnd ju-lcoa woro novel so low., Only a fowyoara ago wo gavo twonty-flvo cents for our commonest handkerchiefs, and if wo found ourselves at church or calling upon a ftlond with 0110 of these, wo rovd poslllvoly ashamed lest its coarse ness would ho dotectcd and thereby tho rcflncmon t of our entlro toilet destroyed. Handkerchiefs that would bring, fivo r ryoan rigfr, llfty cents each, can now be had at twenty-four cents. There nro hundreds of how styles scon this season, and but few plain white handkorchtofs wore notified, Thoy aro Ginbroldored in wliito or colors'in fancy designs, many of thorn being marvols, of artistic tasto nnd workmanship. Ono lovely spool men of lino linen has yollow and black daisies embroidered in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 22 October 1887

vei n FORAKER'S. MOUTH, The Most Marvellous Engine oi Modem Times. AjjreplaIve Viewt of its Character and Capaoity. HOW IT WOPIKS, ThoSad.BolUgonth, ''I thall rlilt tho Sonth and Uk my moat with nVTersker at Wheeling. Hurrlcanei, rloU and floods In galore, Earthquakes and fsrers and droughts Awful hr put, but Iter future lu ttoro llai fierce Joey 11, and hit mouth. ,Quake, lolld South I Vhuadertiolti, panics, collisions and arts, And famines and death hath the South) put an ovll now comet, with a fall tlut ne'er tlrei, fl't terrible Joe and hie mouth. . . . Squirm, solid South! ', Murdn-ers, rnplit", tho ague and Itcb, All Chrlitcmlom'i plague hutli the South; Bho'U wish the had died llko a dog In r .ditch, ., Whta Joey arrived with hit mouth. Fry, solid South! ClXTXLAHD, O., August 30, 1E87, FoRAKEit hnd better get out a manda mus upon his foul and lying mouth. Northwest. It ii ahout time thntKorakcr'g dread ful mouth was laid up for repair. ill. 'eriion fanner. Fouakek may have co...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

( -i m The Ohio Democrat. 4 YOL. II. NO. 19. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, OOTOBKll 29, 1887. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. .-ir-1 h f- P' ff V i. f n K i V; r ?,- I . THE PEOPLES' BANK or L0A. CMkCplUl, . . &O.0OO.0O. : $ Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a general banking business. Foreign Drafts nnil Steamship Ticket for sale at low it rates. OFFICE, Room 5o. 6, Opera Honsc. Lawrence A. Ccr.VER, President. Okokoe.W. Pullkn, Vlco Frest. tlKUUEN D. Cui.vkh, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. See Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gasb Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President.' Chan. E. Bowch, Cauhlcr. Dots a general banking business, receives deposits, discounts paper, and buys and sells UxcuanKt. BANK Iu central room tn the Jnmes Block. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREIDL Attorncy-at-Law and Notary Public, Xolllson Building Logan, O. Collections of Claims, Notes and Accounts, Mortgages, Leases, Contracts, Derus, Wills. Mechanic's Liens, c.. drawn...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

.JJl V' p tW- 'rv nynl - r x B"' -v,i- i j 3S i "M Iff y, The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. CntCAOo lm 20,091 street-lamp. The Persian lnngungo 1b taught nt Cor noil Unlvoralty. Bomb of tlio extra largo cultlvntcd chest nuts fotch $5 a tmsliol. A WEATilr.n bureau for the Nortbwost has beon established nt St. Paul. AhtihcijU, Ivory Is mado by Injecting whitowood with chloride of llmo. Tnr. uvorngo price of now corn through out Kansas Is forty conts por hushol. Is Audrnln County, Mo., thoro Is a bnso ball club composed of nlno brothors. A Hindoo might roadlly worship tho Westorn locotnotlvo; It Is so llko Jugger naut. Tnr. koyco trco, from which tho Jupnn :so paper Is made, Is rapidly becoming ex tinct. A society In Dotrolt of men sworn not to swear numbers noarly 1,000 persons, It Is said. An Atlantic County (N. J.) dlvlno ro contly dollvorcd a sermon to an audlcnco of ono. As Omaha brldo, en route to tho altar, split her satin corsago by an Ill-timed BUCCZC. An automat...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

f. The Ohio Democrat. LOGAN. OHIO. THE DIFFERENCE. A man "stents" butter, cheese, ham, eggs, Or nny vuluar morchnndlse i 'Whoso lays violent hnml upon My poam, does but "plnglnrlr.o." Tho boy "Meals" who to hi own use nis neighbor's illmo appropriates; the man who captures In cold cash A million, say, but "defalcates." JThe poor wrotcU Is "thiol" who takes Frcm out my coop a lean old hen; Hut let him Jump his bonds and break A bank, 'tis but "cinbozzllng," then. Tho mothor "steals" a loaf of bread To still her babies' starring cries, And o'er her weary, stricken head Tho shadows of a Jatl ariso. vV Jay Gould, with nno stroko of his pen, Wrecks fortunos In n dozen States, Makes hundreds homeless but, you soo, Tho great man only "operates." Tho brassy youth, like Mr. Ives, Who falls for millions, takes tho etianos Of Sine Sing, and Is called to day 'The Youuj Napoleon of Finance." It makes a heap of dlffcrenco Upon what scalo you do tho job; Whother you yank a railroad, or With petty ...

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. — 29 October 1887

m r , mvmrjgsiaftnnFn&Hrvtft? vgmmtf; WP - ,1 nun t ivi f- j MUmn.Wf"ggtmt -gamut mrn cwiw yjw.'&f vs1i-AVr yiU s BlM W4V('( 'IMWlf Ms4m M'sWXST'' ''WrtMWWIHMS ktl'&fVlMk'&, THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, Q, V. 3r.BHU. A. H. Wilson, Prepiletoi, Editor, SATURDAY, OUT. 12!)- - 1887 Entcrcd at the Posl-ojjlcc at Logan as Second-class matter. Democratic Slato Ticket. For Governor, THOMAS E. POWELL. Llctttctiunt Governor, 1) i:VITT C. COOLMAIV, Supremo Judge (Long Term), L. R. CR ITCH FIELD. Supremo Judge (S)iort Term), VIRGIL P. KLINE. Auditor of State, EMIL KIESEWETTER. Treasurer of State, OEORGE "NY. HARPER. Attorney General. W. H. LEETE. Icnjber (f Bonrd of Public Works. ORSAMUS E. NILES. Democratic County Ticket. For Senator, WILLIAM A. SIIULTZ. Representative, C. H. BUERHAUS. Sheriff, JOHN GALLAGHER. .; Clerk of Court, :' D. II. LAPP AN. ' Probate Judge, W. T. ACKER. County Surveyor, JAMES W. DAVIS. Commissioner, JOIINT. NUTTER. Infirmary Director ANDREW WRIGHT. Coroner, GEO. G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

X sttkieMSKWttttamjmJ wyr s r L XjOOlIj USTIErWS. Ed. L. "Wilson, City Editor Nov. 21 Is Thanksgiving. Tuesday Nov. 8 Is election day. The laundry Is again In opera tion. Jnko Fox is visiting in tlio South. W. II. McCllntock was in town Saturday. The Rempel House porch Is be ing repaired. Mrs. P. S. Pursell Is In Charles ton this week. 988,481 silver dollars were is sued last week. Thoro is talk of getting up a shooting match. Thanksgiving turkeys will soon he In deinund. Hon. William A. Schultz was in Logan yesterday. Judge S. II. Wright Is slowly improving in health. Outhwalte will speak In Lo gan on November 7th. Frank Kessler has had a new boiler put In his factory. Peck's Bad Boy drew a $175.00 house on Friday night last. Hon. E. B. Washurn died at his home in Chicago Saturday. See announcement of the Old Folks Singing in another column. A masquerade party was given t Henry Gompf's on Wednesday. We received a communication from Salt Creek, too late for pub lication. TheStandnrd...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

At f 'vf'mf '" '-mgrtn:"'n pSjF -trifmr-' mm' JfSsRSegs' k ri(if!-i ,"44 " '' U MISCELLANEOUS. 1 -AMnlno man who doosn't want to to bothered with baggago whon hogoos traveling takos only nn extra collar, and carries that under tho swonlband of his hat. Thu canon now worn by tho fashion ftblo young nion of Now York havo elgarotto cases In their sllvor handles. Tho heads accommodate a packags of clgarottos, and tho opdnlng clasp and tho hinges aro bo inlnuto as to bo scarcely perceptible When lightning struck tho barn of James Smith, of Marion, Intl., ho was standing betweon his two horses with thrco pigs nosing around thnlr foot. At tho Hush nil tho animals dropped doad, while Smith was entirely unharmed. An odd tlmc-plcco Is shown In a Philadelphia window. Tho front of tho clock Is a large, round waiter. Tho hoiii'3 aro mnrkcj on a dozen oyster shells. A small plate, garnished with slices of lemon, conceals tho works, and tho hands are a kitifo nud fork. It is said of the mayor of A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

I X W I 1 1 PHYSICAL EXERCISE. What Ii Good and What It nad for tho Average Man to Do. Inma strong bollovcr In physical cnlturc, but physionl onlturo is somo thing entirely dlflcront from out-door sports as thoy nro carried on nt prosont. Americans do not tako enough oxorclso. Mnny patients that como to tho doctor need out-door oxorclso moro than they do medtcino. As somo ono has said, tho dyspepsia from which n man Buffers is oftontlmcs moro in his logs than in Ids stomach. Tho groat difficulty with our sports is that thoy dovclop ono Bot of muscles nt tho oxponso of tho others. A man who trains for a specialty is trained only in tho parts of tho body brought chiefly into play in that par ticular sport or recreation. A tonnis player trains in ono way, a runner in nnothor, whllo n boatman goes throttgk nn entirely different courso from either. Each of these nthlotos is strong in ono diroctlon, but ho has nogtcclcd gonornl muscular exorcises for tho sako of de veloping a special loca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 29 October 1887

.& jflip cUMP9u90P EMN, In mine Olm land ot to it g) I licarlho illeut rMers now To arid at.ir with bloom, I know, JCa 19m "Mm land. Of ilrrnmt n'ono Is that it range land, Whcru i.lu sole-tun Silence stand, Hentliii,' strange foleis from tb strut-. Of ib-iams alone, Bongs sweeter f.ir than earth thcro blow, Like winds of licarcu t'ir.t come and go, 1ut lu some toiiMio vo do not know ' Bou(.nncctcrfar. Abore our pvecli that spirit Blngs, Each sir ingo sweet t rd hath strong swift wtflfnj AVe bear but sad swJst tnurmurlngt Above our speech. Wi may not know what in them lies (Gllmps( 1 of Eden's long lost sites; AYust dreams of lican 11 nnd paradise We may not know. Bennett licllman tu Fhtladclphla Time. .WMT INVCNTOn CDISON 8AV3. ,The Next Important Invention Cheap Slotlva Power Labor Question. I nskctl Etliton "V'hat ia to be the ten dency of Invention dining the nest quar ter t-f a century?" Tlio next Invention, I tlilnl:," ho enid, "is likely to Lc tlio turning of coal Into mo...

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